Bell criminal trial location remains unknown

THE ongoing argument in relation to the location of Troy Bell’s criminal trial has been adjourned until later this month after senior counsel was unable to attend yesterday’s hearing. Facing 20 counts of theft and six of dishonestly[…]

Greens leader highlights moratorium ‘turn of events’

GREENS MLC Mark Parnell has highlighted the “remarkable turn of events” in the Marshall Government’s support for a legislated moratorium after voting down an almost identical bill earlier this year. Mr Parnell labelled the[…]

Recreation centre views shared

THE city’s three mayoral contenders have weighed in on the proposed multi-million dollar sports and recreation hub for Mount Gambier, following the announcement of a massive […]

Regional festival future secure

THE future of Mount Gambier’s Fringe Festival is assured following the State Government’s announcement it will commit $10,000 in funding towards the event for the next […]

Meningococcal vaccines rolled out

SOUTH Australian babies and young children are the first in the nation to receive free meningococcal B vaccinations through a state-wide immunisation program launched Monday. Member […]

Women’s Auxiliary celebrates 80 years

THE Mount Gambier Community RSL Women’s Auxiliary will celebrate 80 years this month. Active since 1938, the organisation supports the RSL, wives of returned servicemen and […]

Domestic violence help only a call away

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has welcomed the State Government’s commitment to funding a domestic violence crisis hotline for women across South Australia, but says more funding should be […]

Forestry regulator allays over-harvest fears

THE national forest sustainability regulator has dismissed fears regional foresters are “abusing” the plantation estate through over-harvesting. Australian Forestry Standard Ltd – trading as Responsible Wood […]