Link to past under threat

A SERIES of hand-crafted wood carvings which depict Mount Gambier’s history are rotting away on the city’s outskirts. Echo Farm owners Linda and Bruce Hay have […]

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CARSMART: 1955 FJ Holden

AFTER sitting in owner Dennis Boundy’s shed for over 20 years, this 1955 FJ Holden was finally restored to its former dragster glory recently.  Mr Boundy […]

Faithful unite

HISTORY was made at Beachport last Sunday with an Anglican service being held for the first time in the Uniting Church. Millicent/Beachport Anglican parish priest Father […]

Home detention for disqualified driver

A MILLICENT man who drove disqualified will serve a period of imprisonment on home detention due to a previous poor history of traffic offending. Bryan Perry, […]

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Rook Walk centenary event

HUNDREDS of school children and community members assembled at the historic Rook Walk overlooking the Blue Lake to celebrate its centenary on Tuesday. The 10ft stone […]

‘Symbol of hope’ stands test of time

DESCENDANTS of the Rook family were among those in attendance at the Rook Walk centenary event on Tuesday morning. Susan Chamie travelled from Sydney to speak […]

Historic Rook Walk centenary event

HUNDREDS of school children and community members assembled at the historic Rook Walk overlooking the Crater Lakes precinct yesterday to commemorate its centenary. Many dressed in […]

Rook Walk centenary celebrated

TODAY marks exactly 100 years since more than 2000 people assembled at the Blue Lake to build the Rook Walk in the largest day of community […]

Lone piper sounds across Valley Lake

THE music of a lone piper on the balcony of Centenary Tower echoed across the Valley Lake on Sunday afternoon to commemorate the signing of the […]