Horse rescue labour of love

“THE tragedy was a bonding experience and it was a turning point for all of us,” Kehsarra Clydesdale Rescue owner Lynn Brierley said, speaking to The […]

Fire leaves $2m damage bill

EMERGENCY Services Minister Chris Picton has praised the mateship and community spirit shown in the wake of the devastating Sherwood bushfires as he toured the scorched region last week[…]

Dedication rewarded

MILLICENT Country Fire Service Brigade volunteer firefighter Rob Gommers has recently been named Millicent firefighter of the year. Local CFS brigade captain Phil Richards said Mr […]

Red Cross introduces new program

A DIFFERENT type of Australian Red Cross vehicle has been turning heads around the city lately as volunteers travel across Mount Gambier with tool boxes in […]

Local volunteers celebrated

RED Cross South East volunteers this week gathered at the Mount Gambier Marketplace to celebrate International Volunteers Day. Celebrated each year on December 5, it is […]

Rural ambulance initiative launched

A NEW South Australian campaign has been launched to encourage everyday people to join the ambulance service as volunteers. With a particular focus on rural areas, […]

No gimmick appeal

CRISIS support service Lifeline recently launched its largest ever fundraising campaign, calling on Australians to donate and help hardworking volunteers answer the one million requests for […]

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 […]