Dedicated police officer retires

DEDICATED Millicent Police officer Des Noll OAM has handed in his badge and is moving into retirement, but his inspiring contribution to the community will continue. […]

Launch fees rock boat

PROFESSIONAL fishermen launching off the Beachport Boat Ramp will see a 232pc increase in launch fees under Wattle Range Council’s draft budget.[…]

Police assurance call

WATTLE Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi has urged Police Minister Corey Wingard to honour his government’s pre-election pledge and direct the state’s police service to reopen the Kalangadoo station “as soon as is practical”.
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Nitschke notches up milestone

LONG-TERM employees are always highly valued in any workplace and for one of the South East’s dedicated workers – who has committed 50 years to her […]

Nate on national level

YOUNG and talented Penola scooter rider Nathaniel “Nate” Oakley made the town proud at the Australasian Scooter Association Championships. Competing against others from across the country […]

New chapter for Millicent woman

THE doors have closed on her Millicent shop for the final time and now Nicole Looby-McRostie is ready to run for election for Wattle Range Council and devote her time to other matters.[…]

Gandolfi on board

A PLEDGE has been made by the new Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast chair Peter Gandolfi, to focus on promoting the South East as an attractive […]

Young achievers awarded

THE valuable contributions, hard-work and dedication of the community’s younger members was commended at the 2018 Wattle Range youth recognition awards. Millicent’s Sally Sapiatzer, Madi Turner, […]

Recycling goes to waste

PLASTICS at Wattle Range Council’s resource recovery centres are being sent to landfill as councils across the country grapple with China’s ban on foreign waste imports.[…]