Millicent store faces further reorganisation

A FURTHER reorganisation of Millicent’s IGA supermarket may be on the cards if the store is determined to be over 400 square metres, Treasurer Rob Lucas says. Following the defeat of the State Government’s Retail Trading[…]

Erosion ‘stop-gap’

A $30,000 State Government allocation to address coastal erosion at Post Office Rock is a “stop-gap” measure before parts of Beachport slip into the sea, Wattle Range Council says. While welcoming the SA Coast Protection[…]

Flexibility enhanced for vegetation management

CHANGES to the State Government’s roadside vegetation management will provide councils with greater decision-making powers regarding managing and removing regrowth. New interim guidelines released by the […]

Association backs relocation

THE board of Basketball Mount Gambier has announced “in principle support” for its relocation to Mount Gambier City Council’s proposed $39.1m sport and recreation centre. The […]

Roundhouse demolition begins

MOUNT Gambier’s 65-year-old towering railway roundhouse will soon become another forgotten landmark with demolition works well under way at the site. The dismantling works were in […]

Schools receive $1b boost

THE State Government will invest more than $1b in capital projects in the public education sector, including two new birth to Year 12 schools for the […]

City Council adds to Fringe contribution

MOUNT Gambier City Council will contribute an additional $35,000 for the 2019 Mount Gambier Fringe Festival following a three-year recurrent funding pledge from the State Government. […]

Expanded prison officially opened

THE State Government says the $60m expansion of the Mount Gambier Prison will deliver greater rehabilitation of prisoners to reduce crime and the number of victims […]

Regional teachers raise voices

TEACHERS from across the South East raised their voices on World Teachers’ Day in unity with thousands of educators across South Australia, demanding respect from the […]

Rail shed to be razed

MOUNT Gambier’s 65-year-old railway shed will be demolished in the “near future” despite a section of the community continuing its unwavering fight to save the fire […]