Hospital landscape to be transformed

WORK is continuing at Penola War Memorial Hospital in an effort to transform the area between the Pinchunga Aged Care facility and the hospital building. The […]

Veteran makes lasting mark on city

MOUNT Gambier’s last surviving prisoner of war has been nationally honoured as a recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) following decades of service to the Mount Gambier community.

Honeymoon’s over McBride

READ MORE: Pangallo slams leader’s ‘unwillingness to listen’ READ MORE: Supermarket workers oppose deregulation READ MORE: Millicent crowd sends message OUR VIEW: Millicent shop trading hours […]

No such thing as too many cooks

MEALS on Wheels South Australia has celebrated a major milestone this month by delivering its 50 millionth meal. The volunteer-based organisation has been operating in South […]

Family diaries open to public

THE diary of a local man has taken residents back to Millicent’s earlier times when there were “less rules so people had to use their common […]

Reconciliation celebration

COMMUNITY members gathered at Pangula Mannamurna yesterday afternoon for a free barbecue lunch to celebrate National Reconciliation Week. The week runs annually from May 27 to […]

Volunteer recognition

COUNTRY Fire Authority volunteers have saved lives and property for decades and while the faces might be changing and the service evolving to meet changing needs, they remain an essential part of our community.
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Lionesses look back with pride

CARING, supportive and determined are three words used to describe Lioness Club of Mount Gambier members who have gone out of their way to help those […]