Community turns out in droves to support proposed indoor sports and rec centre

MORE than 300 people packed the auditorium at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre on Wednesday night in a show of support for a proposed indoor pool and sports complex.

Around 400 apologies were received for the community meeting, which was called early this week by a working group representing four of the city’s major sporting codes.

Claret Ash caves in wild weather

THE last remnants of the fallen 20-metre high Claret Ash tree at the Cave Gardens in Mount Gambier were removed yesterday by Mount Gambier City Council […]

Indoor pool plan resurfaces

Text your view – What are your views on a potential indoor public pool facility for Mount Gambier? ONCE rated among the top infrastructure priorities for […]

Conversation could save a life

“WE want to dispel some of those myths around suicide and reduce the stigma to make it easier for people who are struggling with suicidal thoughts […]

Sports team up

A GRASSROOTS community campaign is under way to revive plans for the construction of a multi-million dollar indoor pool and recreational centre in Mount Gambier. This […]

Youth key to future

MOUNT Gambier City Council elected members prioritised recommendations from its youth engagement strategy and culture and heritage plan at a workshop this week. Both the youth […]