Red Couch: Oatmill celebrates 20 years

WHEN the Oatmill Cinema Complex opened its doors in December 1997, James Cameron’s Titanic was a box office sensation across the country. Mount Gambier residents turned […]

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 […]

School assault fear

A PARENT has raised alarming concerns about the behavioural issues of some students at a Mount Gambier primary school, alleging his six-year-old daughter had been seriously […]

Tourists decipher puzzling portrait

WITH squinted eyes and tilted heads, puzzled tourists are struggling to identify the mysterious pixelated face watching over the Blue Lake city. The fresh artwork featured […]

Council structure changes defended

MOUNT Gambier City Council chief executive Mark McShane has defended the government body’s staff restructure program and denied it was fueling low morale among staff members. […]

Motorsport: Skeer puts all into dream

DALLAS Skeer is a young man on the move. The 15-year-old from Furner has been chasing his dream – and fast. The last season of motorcycle […]

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1922 Ford T

BUILT from scratch, Peter Ryan’s 1922 Ford T is his pride and joy. Bought for $3000 and now worth around $16,000, the car was first spotted […]