Robe mayor praises fracking ban

ROBE Mayor Peter Riseley has welcomed the impending legislated ban on fracking for gas in the South East for the next 10 years. The State Government has supported the bill from parliamentarian Troy Bell and Mr Riseley[…]

Pair up for suite life

PENOLA’S newest residents, Paul and Tania Morris, joined the community last month as the new owners of accommodation venue Alexander Cameron Suites. Making the transition from […]

Road safety relaunch given green light

AN AFTERNOON of fun and excitement has been planned from noon on Sunday to mark the opening of the newly refurbished Millicent Children’s Road Safety Centre. […]

Champion races to hit water

A UNIQUE sport will descend on Robe this summer when the Ski Racing Australia World Championship selection races are held at the coastal town. The sport […]

Agnew makes fresh council bid

SPORTING and business identity Deb Agnew has made a fresh bid for local government by nominating for Sorby Adams Ward on Wattle Range Council. She was an unsuccessful candidate for Kintore Ward at the last poll in 2014[…]

Imaginative art hits Millicent streets

MILLICENT is about to join the many communities around the world that have a “street piano”, which will give residents and visitors to the town the […]

Fire team call out

WHEN Country Fire Service (CFS) firefighters are on the ground tirelessly responding to incidents, the work of the communications team can often go unnoticed. They are […]

National recognition for trucking career

FORMER Penola resident Maralyn Bierwirth has forged a career in the trucking and transport industry, following in the footsteps of her late father Don. Her devotion […]