Sawlog timber supply hits limit

FORESTRY company OneFortyOne Plantations has revealed there is little excess sawlog in its estate to sustain any growth in the region’s structural timber processing sector. The […]

Bell on bail in $2m theft case

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has appeared in court for the first time after being charged with the theft of more than $2m dollars. Troy […]

Abandon ship?

AN INDEPENDENT consultant has recommended dramatically scaling back services at the Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre following a comprehensive review of the city’s visitor information […]

Last stand for city RSL

FINANCIAL woes have forced Mount Gambier’s iconic Returned and Services League to put its Sturt Street premises up for sale less than a month before the […]

People ‘screaming out’ for ice rehabiliation

A LANDMARK investigation into the region’s crystal methamphetamine scourge has revealed desperate users are “screaming out” for rehabilitation services. Pangula Mannamurna Aboriginal Corporation researchers have already […]

Crisis service centre speaks out

LIFELINE employees in Mount Gambier have warned the loss of the South East Community Legal Service will be devastating for the community and have serious effects […]

‘Cents-less’ gas exploration risk

NEW claims have emerged the State Government has only banked $11m in royalties from South East gas production over the past 70 years, which is “pittance” […]