$18m for Mount Gambier schools

FACILITIES at Grant High School are set for a major transformation following the State Government’s unprecedented $692.2m investment in public school infrastructure upgrades announced today. One […]

Theatre sits tight

“THE seats are now over 40 years old and they are literally falling to pieces,” Wehl Street Theatre management committee chairman Tony Chalinor told The Border […]

Community funding pool opens

UPGRADES to sporting and community facilities, tourism campaigns and volunteer support services are among projects vying for funding within Grant District Council in round one of […]

Quality care continues

THE quality of the care provided to 60 residents at Millicent’s Sheoak Lodge aged care facility has not been compromised by the use of contractors who have been engaged after work bans were introduced by support staff.[…]

Political hopefuls face off

A MOTION for a “good old fashioned town hall debate” between MacKillop candidates in Millicent has been carried at Wattle Range Council’s recent monthly meeting.[…]

Erosion threat ‘matter of urgency’

PARTS of Beachport could be flooded during large sea surges if coastal erosion is not kept in check as a matter of urgency, Wattle Range Council heard recently. […]

Legal service feedback sought

GRANT District Council is calling for feedback on the delivery of community legal services amid a major shake-up in the regional sector earlier this year. This […]

Gold coin donation locks in land lease

WATTLE Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi yesterday revealed the State Government leased thousands of hectares of land to OneFortyOne Plantations for a 105-year period at a cost […]