Church remains on market

THE auction of the former Saint Nicholas Anglican Church at Beachport attracted around 80 people when it went under the hammer Saturday afternoon. Millicent Real Estate […]

Robe proves place to be for revellers

ALMOST 70 revellers came to the attention of police for alleged behavioural and motoring offences at Robe during the New Year’s Eve celebrations. Senior Sergeant First […]

Coastal crowds behave

THE region’s New Year’s Eve revellers were well behaved, with large crowds enjoying festivities in Robe and Beachport without major incident. Thousands of holiday makers flocked […]

Coastal towns to swell

A SLOW start to summer has been attributed to lower than usual tourist numbers before Christmas, with visitor numbers expected to triple in Beachport from this […]

Faithful unite

HISTORY was made at Beachport last Sunday with an Anglican service being held for the first time in the Uniting Church. Millicent/Beachport Anglican parish priest Father […]

Pricy treat

LOBSTER will be an expensive treat at Christmas going by the “beach” (wholesale) price paid to fishers at Beachport last weekend which was $86 per kilogram. […]

Coastal towns sleep through earthquarke

ROBE and Beachport residents are unlikely to have felt even the slightest tremor on Wednesday night, despite an earthquake occurring dozens of kilometres off the coast. […]

Erosion ‘stop-gap’

A $30,000 State Government allocation to address coastal erosion at Post Office Rock is a “stop-gap” measure before parts of Beachport slip into the sea, Wattle Range Council says. While welcoming the SA Coast Protection[…]