Polished exhibition on display

CARVE, Cut, Polish – now on show at the Riddoch Art Gallery – brings together three superbly talented Limestone Coast sculptors with vastly different styles and […]

Horse rescue labour of love

“THE tragedy was a bonding experience and it was a turning point for all of us,” Kehsarra Clydesdale Rescue owner Lynn Brierley said, speaking to The […]

Childs jumps to research Gordon

ALLAN Childs is a walking encyclopedia on Adam Lindsay Gordon – the acclaimed poet and champion horse rider who lived for a time in a small […]

Doctor goes wild for photography

FRAMED photographs of big cats and sweeping landscapes adorn the walls of Doctor Mike Bruorton’s office at Hawkins Medical Clinic, hinting at his former life as […]

People power stands test of time

ROME was not built in a day – but nearly 100 years ago the Rook Walk overlooking Mount Gambier’s Crater Lakes was. The walkway alongside the […]

Silvy hangs up hard hat

A FAMILIAR face at construction sites over the last two decades, Michael Silvy has hung up his hard hat after 17 years with Mount Gambier City […]

Wealth for toil in lucky country

FOR Karen refugees Saw Khain and Saw Myo, working nine hours a day, six days a week is easy compared to the gruelling work they are […]