Sizzling charity success

A SAUSAGE sizzle was held at Fosters Foodland over the weekend, raising almost $200 for the Cancer Council. Fifteen-year-old Millicent High School student and Cancer Council […]

Ey opposes Liberal deregulation policy

LIBERAL candidate for MacKillop Nick McBride has reiterated his commitment to retaining Millicent’s rare trading hour scheme following his party’s media release reporting 75pc of South […]

Easter safety focus

THE call has gone out for helpers to man the refreshment stop near Millicent this Easter holiday long weekend.[…]

Deregulation pledge

SUNDAY and public holiday trading could expand to Millicent with the State Liberals pledging to deregulate the state despite overwhelming community opposition against shop trading hour expansion.[…]

Woolworths goes alone in customer service change

THE first self-serve check-outs are in the process of being installed in the Millicent Woolworths supermarket. Such facilities are becoming commonplace at larger supermarkets around the […]

Faithful share festive spirit

MILLICENT’S churches will unite next month to bring holiday cheer to the less fortunate for the 2017 Combined Churches Christmas Appeal Fete. The United Church Hall […]

Farm-themed artwork installed

A NEW farm-themed mural by local artist Peter Dunn has been installed on a wall of the Millicent Visitor Informtion Centre. Painted on timber, the mural […]