Senior residents celebrated

THE REGION’S senior population will take the spotlight in October for the annual Wattle Range Council Celebrate Seniors Month. Venues throughout the area will host a […]

Coastal wattle concerns

CONCERNED Penola resident Dean Galpin is disheartened with the lack of attention to stopping the spread of coastal wattle in the district after continued efforts to […]

Community club lifeline

THE embattled Millicent and District Community Club has again been thrown a lifeline by Wattle Range Council.[…]

‘Donations’ dumped

THE volunteers at a Millicent charity shop continue to be dismayed at the thoughtless actions of some so-called “donors”. While grateful for those who give away […]

National pledge made

AFTER a lifetime of living in the lucky country, well-known librarian Anne Schumacher has become a naturalised Australian citizen. The Scottish-born Millicent resident pledged loyalty to […]

Forced factory clean-up

THE final chapter is about to be written in the chequered 50-year life of a Millicent landmark. Wattle Range Council has begun legal proceedings against the […]

Finals time brings police out in force

POLICE across the Wattle Range Council region will be monitoring crowds and driver behaviour on Saturday as football and netball finals are held at Tantanoola and […]

Dry zone supported

MILLICENT police have supported the possible extension of a dry zone to help control New Year revelers at a popular seaside location. Each year, the population […]

Milk processor set to start production

THE owners of the new $80m milk powder processing plant hold little concern over the looming multi-million-dollar conventional gas drilling venture adjacent the site south of […]