‘Unfair’ rebate challenged

STATE law requiring councils to subsidise the rates of not-for-profit community housing providers is unfair on Wattle Range residents and should be changed, Mayor Peter Gandolfi says.[…]

Police assurance call

WATTLE Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi has urged Police Minister Corey Wingard to honour his government’s pre-election pledge and direct the state’s police service to reopen the Kalangadoo station “as soon as is practical”.
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Gandolfi on board

A PLEDGE has been made by the new Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast chair Peter Gandolfi, to focus on promoting the South East as an attractive […]

Report points to saleyards concern

ALTHOUGH the future of the Millicent Saleyards has been in question for some time now, a report released by Wattle Range Council recently has highlighted just […]

Saleyards budget blow

THE long-awaited report into the Millicent Saleyards has recommended a slew of options for the site’s future, including selling or closing the facility following losses of almost $700,000 over the last six years.
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Bypass demand

SA-BEST will demand the completion of the $4.5m Penola Bypass if MacKillop candidate Tracy Hill wins the seat and the party holds the balance of power after the state election[…]

Australia Day in Penola

PROUD community members congregated in Penola’s War Memorial Park to celebrate Australia Day and acknowledge the town’s deserving citizen’s of the year. Wattle Range Mayor Peter […]

Looby-McRostie confirms council intention

MILLICENT business operator Nicole Looby-McRostie has a place on Wattle Range Council as one of her aims for the year. The four-yearly council elections occur in […]