Corella concerns raised at consult

THE distinctive loud calls of hundreds of noisy corellas are causing disquiet among the Tantanoola community, with the birds wreaking havoc to trees, television aerials and […]

Heritage event support

WATTLE Range Council has thrown its support behind the Blades of Glencoe shearing event which is expected to attract hundreds of people to the rural community […]

Costal mayor calls for patience

NEW Robe Mayor Alison Nunan has asked for patience from all sectors of the community as the 2018-2022 council starts its deliberations. Due to the volume of matters before it, the council […]

Average rate increase calculated

MOUNT Gambier ratepayers will see a cumulative increase of around $150 on their average rates across three years as City Council strengthens its war chest for […]

Community elects duo

FORGING a strong bond for the betterment of the Penola and Coonawarra district will be the focus of Wattle Range Council Riddoch Ward representatives Dean Burrow […]

Mill expansion appeal

THE appeal process against the expansion of a timber processing plant’s operating hours at Yahl is continuing in the Environment, Resources and Development Court. The appeal […]

Record burns forcasted

PRESCRIBED burns are set for record numbers this season as the Department for Environment and Water prepares to reduce bushfire risk in areas across South Australia. Over spring and autumn, 65 burns treating over 7300[…]

Lee to contest second term

MAYOR Andrew Lee will seek re-election to represent the city as its civic leader for a second term. Despite controversy during his first term, Mr Lee […]

Martin announces election intention

THE Mount Gambier mayoral race has been thrown wide open with prominent business leader Lynette Martin OAM announcing she will contest the upcoming local government elections. […]