Artistic creativity showcased

THE Cave Gardens has been filled with colour this week as local school children decorated the paths in preparation for the Fringe in Mount Gambier.

From swirls and rainbows to big “Fringe 2018” chalk drawings, the sealed area showcases the creativity of youth in the community.

Claret Ash caves in wild weather

THE last remnants of the fallen 20-metre high Claret Ash tree at the Cave Gardens in Mount Gambier were removed yesterday by Mount Gambier City Council […]

Bollywood moves hit the streets

HOSPITAL staff will bring Bollywood to the Christmas parade tomorrow as they continue to highlight the need for an upgrade of the renal dialysis unit with […]

Singing for change

CLIMATE change will be put in the spotlight this weekend as Mount Gambier’s Mayfair Singers take part in the national Climate Choir event. Performing in the […]

Frightfully fun night out

ZOMBIES were out in force on Saturday evening, converting the cityscape to a scene from a “horror” movie for the Mount Gambier Zombie Walk, which helped […]

Locals prepare to Light the Night

LIMESTONE Coast residents will carry lanterns to light the night this October to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation and reflect on the devastating impact of […]

Fringe festival benefits outlined

AN evaluation report from Adelaide Fringe has revealed the inaugural Fringe in Mount Gambier festival attracted an audience of nearly 8000 people at events during March. […]