Football: Saints shoot for history on home ground

MILLICENT will fight for glory on its home ground this Sunday, when it takes to McLaughlin Park against Kybybolite in the Limestone Coast Women’s Football grand final.

The Saints finished their minor season on top of the premiership ladder, with last week seeing the top three sides take on their Round 7 opponents hoping to claim the percentage needed for a grand final berth.

Recycling in the spotlight

A SPECIAL guest visited St Anthony’s Primary School this week, teaching students the “magic” of recycling. Students learnt about the bin system and how they can […]

School travel demand

A PENOLA school principal has called on the newly elected Liberal State Government to follow through on its student transport promise. Her comments come in the […]

Hotel cash grab

A MILLICENT business has been left with significant damages after a theft on Sunday night. […]

Doidge lights up stage

STANDING centre-stage amidst the glitter and razzle dazzle of one of Australia’s most successful homegrown musicals is Millicent’s own Euan Doidge. The 24-year-old has been “shaking […]

Football: Allan on the rise

FROM the Hatherleigh Football Club to the Adelaide Crows, Millicent’s Sarah Allan has been kicking serious career goals. The 20-year-old Crows defender played arguably her best […]

Libs keep hold on MacKillop

THE Liberal Party’s Nick McBride will be the third Member for MacKillop after securing a convincing victory at Saturday’s state election. With 16,301 of the 23,359 […]

Football: Final two are set

MILLICENT and Kybybolite will battle in the 2018 Limestone Coast Women’s Football League grand final this weekend after a dominant seven rounds in the home and […]