OPINION: Seaweed Confusion

THE Border Watch reported last week on an issue raised by several coastal identities, both commercial and private, relating to the relocation of rotting and foul smelling seaweed. I might be a little simple and may have missed[…]

Maritime history inspires art project

CREATIVITY and history will combine at Port MacDonnell as Port to Port representative Khairunnisa Schebella arrives for an innovative project. Port to Port is a digital […]

Museum showcases maritime history

VISITORS can sink into shipwreck history as Port MacDonnell’s maritime museum showcases the Submerged – Stories of Australia’s Shipwrecks exhibition. The free exhibition focuses on wrecks […]

New-look foreshore on track

GRANT District Council will seek government funding to progress stage two of The Waterfront project at Port MacDonnell. The landmark project is already well under way […]

Seaweed dump has fishers ‘in a stink’

THE Port MacDonnell multi-million dollar rock lobster processing sector has warned the industry will be potentially tarnished if thousands of cubic metres of rotting seaweed is […]

Anglers face tough conditions

PLEASANT and warm conditions were well received by anglers over the past few days, but unfortunately they did not hang around long before the wind whipped […]

Fishers push forward with cooperative

A GROUP of regional commercial rock lobster fishers is pushing ahead with plans to establish a fledgling fishing cooperative at Port MacDonnell. With the start of […]

Bay faithful celebrate church history

THE 150th anniversary of the Port MacDonnell Uniting Church will be celebrated this month with a day of celebrations planned for September 16. A 10am service […]