Primary school garden grows farming knowledge

KALANGADOO Primary School’s youngest green thumbs have been busy growing and nurturing their knowledge on local farming and produce. This term Year R-7 students have been […]

Strong interest for women’s rugby

WOMEN looking to push themselves in a sporting nature will have the chance again later this year when the Limestone Coast Rugby League season fires up. […]

Confidence grows for improved Roos

WESTERN Border football returns tomorrow after a break for the South East Zone carnival last week, with the match of the round between West Gambier and […]

Teys Australia beefs up industry

AUSTRALIA’S second largest beef processor Teys Australia will inject over $30m into new infrastructure at its Naracoorte plant and offer around 100 new jobs in a significant boost to the region’s […]

EXCLUSIVE: Jobs go offshore

MOUNT Gambier could be losing out on timber industry investments of more than $300m – including the creation of 600 jobs – because of raw log […]

Blanket gas mining ban debate

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has rejected calls by a prominent environmentalist that all gas mining activities should be banned in the South East. South […]