Silvy hangs up hard hat

A FAMILIAR face at construction sites over the last two decades, Michael Silvy has hung up his hard hat after 17 years with Mount Gambier City […]

Bold makeover faces backlash

A BOLD mosaic makeover as part of external renovations at the Mount Gambier Civic Centre has prompted passionate responses from South East residents. As the $1.3m […]

Theatre icon towers over city

THE pixelated face of Sir Robert Helpmann has finally been unveiled in its entirety as scaffolding is dismantled at the Mount Gambier Civic Centre. External renovations […]

Rail Trail to extend west

MOUNT Gambier City Council will use funds allocated in the 2017/18 budget to progress the next stage of the Rail Trail development.[…]

Ryder Cheshire expansion to begin

THE construction of a second Ryder Cheshire home in Mount Gambier is expected to begin within three months following a $530,000 Federal Government contribution. The home […]

Landfill switchover

THE $1.2m construction of landfill Cell 3B at Caroline Landfill was completed last month at an opportune time as Cell 3A reached critical capacity.[…]

Civic Centre fly tower revamp

[caption id="attachment_3565" align="aligncenter" width="600"] FLY TOWER UPGRADE BEGINS: Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre manager Frank Morello, Dycer Constructions managing director Chris Dycer and Mount Gambier City Council regulatory services manager Michael Silvy on site at the Civic Centre, where the construction of scaffolding is nearly complete, ahead of a $1.3m refurbishment project.[/caption]