Public school teachers walk out

PUBLIC school teachers across the state will strike tomorrow morning to “demand respect” from the State Government during ongoing enterprise bargaining negotiations[…]

Port MacDonnell foreshore revitalised

GRANT District Mayor Richard Sage has described the seaside town of Port MacDonnell as riding on a “crest of a wave” following the official unveiling of […]

Exciting health opportunity

THE freshly appointed chair of the new regional health board has vowed to run a tight financial ship under his stewardship. Mount Gambier identity Grant King […]

‘Renegade’ praised

THE Limestone Coast Protection Alliance has praised a first-term Liberal MP who has declared he will cross the floor on his party’s proposed mining legislation amendments. […]

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 […]