Town hall trees to be replaced

MOUNT Gambier City Council will remove and replace 13 trees around the town hall over the next two years following an assessment by an independent arborist. […]

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 […]

Council projects progress

MOUNT Gambier City Council will continue to progress a range of engineering projects across the city during May[…]

Waste charge rise

KERBSIDE bin charges are forecast to rise 72pc under the City of Mount Gambier’s 2018/19 draft annual plan and budget in response to China’s ban on imported paper and plastics. […]

Residents urged to recycle

AS THE global waste processing industry grapples with China’s ban on foreign waste imports, Mount Gambier City Council environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard has urged residents […]

Disability support expands

A NEW service in the city will expand opportunities for both support of people with disabilities and employment in the region. Officially opening its doors this […]

No plastic panic

FORMERLY the world’s largest importer of recyclable materials, China’s ban on foreign waste imports has thrown the international waste processing industry into disarray. Mount Gambier City […]

Rotary Club backs football talent

THE Rotary Club of Mount Gambier Lakes has donated over $2000 to the city’s Junior Sports Assistance Fund to assist disadvantaged junior sports people[…]

City council seeks feedback

MOUNT Gambier City Council has invited public feedback on its 2018/19 draft annual business plan and budget, which will be considered before the adoption of a final plan/budget in June[…]