‘Aussie Einstein’ on show

THE mechanical achievements of a man touted as the Australian Einstein is currently on display at the Millicent Visitor Information Centre. The Lost Tools of Henry […]

Childs jumps to research Gordon

ALLAN Childs is a walking encyclopedia on Adam Lindsay Gordon – the acclaimed poet and champion horse rider who lived for a time in a small […]

Penola memories shared

THE tranquility and simplicity of life in Penola attracted 94-year-old resident Brian Pannell to settle, contribute to and represent the town. Born in 1923, Mr Pannell […]

People power stands test of time

ROME was not built in a day – but nearly 100 years ago the Rook Walk overlooking Mount Gambier’s Crater Lakes was. The walkway alongside the […]

When in Ancient Rome…

AN ANCIENT Rome exhibition boasting over 200 replica artefacts will be hosted by the Riddoch Art Gallery in 2019. The exhibition will bring to life one […]

Historic nursing home set for demolition

CONTRACTORS are preparing to demolish what is thought to be Millicent’s last private maternity home. Known to many as Mrs Mott’s nursing home, Boneham Aged Care […]

City past fills blanks

FOUR large scale black and white photographs have been installed on empty walls in the heart of the city as part of a project supported by […]

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Students explore historic mysteries

REIDY Park Primary School students uncovered mysteries of the past last week in the Ancient Civilisations Showcase. Working on their projects throughout the term individually or […]

Art highlights history

IT was an exciting day for Mount Gambier Child Care Centre students on Friday with the handover of a special art piece to Mount Gambier City […]