National pledge made

AFTER a lifetime of living in the lucky country, well-known librarian Anne Schumacher has become a naturalised Australian citizen. The Scottish-born Millicent resident pledged loyalty to […]

Sam darts toward fundraising target

MEMBERS of a Millicent sporting group have recently opened their hearts to their youngest player as he embarks on a fundraising venture later this month. Sam […]

Forced factory clean-up

THE final chapter is about to be written in the chequered 50-year life of a Millicent landmark. Wattle Range Council has begun legal proceedings against the […]

WBFL: Saints go down in first semi

CASTERTON Sanford is celebrating after claiming a win in the Western Border football first semi final against Millicent on Saturday. The wide open spaces of Blue […]

WBFL: Cats hold advantage

WESTERN Border football finals kick off this weekend, with third and fourth place to do battle in the hope of staying alive in the post season. […]

Call system in use

PATIENTS and nurses are ringing in the new $110,000 integrated call system at the Millicent and District Hospital. The sophisticated call management system sends patient calls […]

Duldigs suit up for new role

MILLICENT’S Tony and Di Egan will enjoy their first day of retirement tomorrow after one of the town’s most loved businesses officially changes hands. After two […]

Demons fire in decider

SOUTH Gambier made history at Vansittart Park on the weekend, as the Demons were crowned the inaugural South East Women’s Football League premiers. Up against Millicent […]

Fatal crash near Millicent

A MOTORCYCLIST was killed near Millicent this morning. At about 11am, police were called to the Princes Highway near Mullins Corner after reports a motorcyclist had […]