Institutional abuse victims to receive apology

LOCAL residents who experienced institutional child sexual abuse and their supporters are invited to gather at a ceremonial event in Mount Gambier to mark the National Apology this month. The event, held in partnership with[…]

Morello motivated for more

INCUMBENT councillor Frank Morello has labelled “unfinished business” as the key motivator behind his decision to nominate for a second term on Mount Gambier City Council. […]

Council projects to progress

MOUNT Gambier City Council will progress a number of engineering projects across the city this month Footpath construction on Swallow Drive is 90pc completed, while road reconstruction on Sturt Street (between Bay Road[…]

Innovative recycling options explored

MOUNT Gambier City Council will continue to explore potential waste management and recycling opportunities, including the use of crushed glass in road construction. A report received at council’s monthly meeting[…]

Taxi issue ‘put to bed’ by council

MOUNT Gambier City Council will take no further action to reinstate the city’s taxi by-law when it expires on January 1 The legislation that permitted council to make its current taxi by-law was repealed by State Parliament in March

Luck of the draw for candidates

A MAJORITY of Mount Gambier City Council candidates turned out to watch the ballot draw at the civic centre yesterday afternoon, with the notable exception of […]

City Council ballot drawn

A MAJORITY of Mount Gambier City Council candidates turned out to watch the ballot draw at the civic centre yesterday afternoon, with the notable exception of […]