Disability hub to create jobs

UP TO 500 full time jobs will be created across the Limestone Coast over the next few years to support the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).[…]

Highways lined to lock the gates

REGIONAL gas mining opponents lined the region’s highways on Saturday as part of a national roadside protest to ‘lock the gate’ to invasive gas mining. While […]

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NAIDOC Culture Day

AROUND 500 school students and community members flowed through Pangula Mannamurna to celebrate NAIDOC Culture Day. Attendees reflected on the history and achievements of Aboriginal and […]

Cultural celebration

MOUNT Gambier’s Muslim community gathered at St Paul’s Church Hall on Saturday evening to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the feast that marks the end of Ramadan. Eid […]

Green initiative

MOUNT Gambier City Council outdoor caretakers have ‘planted the town green’ this month as they increase the city’s street tree population by around 300 trees. City […]

Rate proposal denied

A PROPOSED amendment to Mount Gambier City Council’s 2017/18 budget was knocked back during council’s final budget meeting on Wednesday evening as elected members cast their […]

Indigenous city celebration

AROUND 500 school students and community members flowed through Pangula Mannamurna yesterday to celebrate NAIDOC Culture Day. Attendees reflected on the history and achievements of Aboriginal […]

Strict life jacket laws floated

PROPOSED changes to South Australian life jacket laws are long overdue and a previous lack of action from the State Government has cost lives, according to […]

Fond seaside memories recalled

BORN at the Point Pearce Mission Station on the Yorke Peninsula in 1946, Aunty Val Brennan would go on to live in almost 10 towns and […]

School road risk highlighted

A FOUR-VEHICLE collision on White Avenue last month has prompted renewed calls for improved safety measures on the state managed road which runs parallel to one […]