Groups unite to combat ice

THE insidious drug commonly known as ice continues to have a “crippling impact” on the Mount Gambier community. This is the important message from Limestone Coast […]

Gas warning shot fired

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has warned the State Government to back a legislative moratorium on fracking in the South East or face potential voter […]

Health technology upgraded

PATIENTS and medical staff at the Millicent Hospital will have access to additional support with the introduction of real-time video technology to connect with experienced rural […]

Community art windfall

MOUNT Gambier City Council has considered options to transform the giant stump that was once the largest tree in the Cave Gardens precinct. The stump could […]

Plastic fantastic

A REGIONAL civic leader has reignited debate over the need for a regional bioenergy plant in the Limestone Coast to potentially solve the plastics recycling crisis […]

Disability respite centre opened

MIROMA Incorporated formally opened its second disability respite facility at the weekend. Aptly named Maruwa, which means “to take care of”, the home will allow Miroma […]

‘Major event’ status push

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell will call on the State Government to award Generations in Jazz major event status in a parliamentary motion next month. […]

Dump backlash

GRANT District Council has raised fears the Mount Gambier district is being targeted as a potential dumping ground for asbestos by interstate contractors. This follows a […]

Students raise bar

ADELAIDE’S Marryatville High School dominated the top divisions of all three major award categories at this year’s Generations in Jazz festival. Major winners from the City […]