Road upgrades to start

WORK will soon start on upgrades along the Millicent-Kingston road, with the State Government overseeing more than $4m of investment into the Princes Highway. The works […]

Taxi issue ‘put to bed’ by council

MOUNT Gambier City Council will take no further action to reinstate the city’s taxi by-law when it expires on January 1 The legislation that permitted council to make its current taxi by-law was repealed by State Parliament in March

K&S announces profit increase

REGIONAL transport giant K&S Corporation Limited has announced a jump in profits after an increase in operating revenue. Announcing last financial year’s results last week, the transport[…]

Drought relief convoy en route

THE regional community is rallying behind drought-stricken farmers south of Tamworth by organising a convoy of trucks laden with hay. Volunteers are expected to head off […]

Airline meeting to ‘clear the air’

A DELEGATION of regional stakeholders is poised to meet with regional aviation giant Regional Express to “heal wounds” and advocate for expanded services. This follows the […]

Roundhouse to be razed

THE demolition of Mount Gambier’s rail roundhouse will go ahead without any intervention from Mount Gambier City Council despite a last ditch effort by an elected […]

Speed limits cut

SPEED limits on four roads in Yahl will be reduced to 80kph following an assessment by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure[…]

Highway upgrade priority

MEMBER for Barker Tony Pasin has welcomed an announcement the Australian Government will fully fund a strategy to establish Princes Highway priority upgrades between Sydney and […]