Call system in use

PATIENTS and nurses are ringing in the new $110,000 integrated call system at the Millicent and District Hospital. The sophisticated call management system sends patient calls […]

Duldigs suit up for new role

MILLICENT’S Tony and Di Egan will enjoy their first day of retirement tomorrow after one of the town’s most loved businesses officially changes hands. After two […]

Knowledge on show

KANGAROO Inn Area School students were shown the realities of primary industries last week in preparation for their participation in the Royal Adelaide Agricultural Show. Students […]

Bell Shakespeare brought to bush

KANGAROO Inn Area School teacher Kate Curling has brought Shakespeare to the bush after being selected to participate in a prestigious teacher development program. Ms Curling […]

Learning stems from science fair

ERUPTING volcanoes and interactive sensory experiments were on display at Newbery Park Primary School last week for the inaugural science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) day […]

Liberal party unaffected by charges

FORMER Liberal MP Troy Bell’s criminal charges will not adversely affect the party’s chances of gaining government at the state election, Liberal candidate for MacKillop Nick McBride has said.[…]

Firefighters put bodies on the line

TWO Millicent Country Fire Service volunteers will step up to fight mental illness by climbing up 28 floors wearing 25kg of turnout gear and breathing apparatus next month[…]

Adventure time at public library

THE Millicent Public Library has transformed into an archaeological adventure as children and adults put their deductive reasoning to the test in the first escape room […]

Students keep language alive

MILLICENT High School students are keeping a minority language alive following the recent introduction of Italian to the curriculum. While latest census data reveals the number […]