Penola students assess inter-planet travel

PENOLA High School Year 10 students have been involved in UniSA’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Innovation Experience (STEMIE) from the start of Term 3. Students […]

Council projects to progress

MOUNT Gambier City Council will progress a number of engineering projects across the city this month Footpath construction on Swallow Drive is 90pc completed, while road reconstruction on Sturt Street (between Bay Road[…]

Energetic learning experience

STUDENTS at Tenison Woods College will be treated to a full day immersive learning experience on Monday when Danish company Vestas bring its state-of-the-art virtual reality […]

City engineering projects continue

MOUNT Gambier City Council will continue to progress engineering projects across the city during September Concrete footpath construction on Swallow Drive and Kennedy Avenue is 65pc and 50pc completed respectively.[…]

Science challenge kicks off

THE annual science and engineering challenge kicks off this week in Mount Gambier with more than 100 students from 10 secondary schools participating.[…]

Council projects progress

MOUNT Gambier City Council will continue to progress a range of engineering projects across the city during May[…]

Long-serving council manager retires

Departing Wattle Range Council operations manager Wayne Fennell was recently thanked for his 24 years of service to the council by its engineering director Peter Halton. […]