Coastal crowds behave

THE region’s New Year’s Eve revellers were well behaved, with large crowds enjoying festivities in Robe and Beachport without major incident. Thousands of holiday makers flocked […]

Coastal towns to swell

A SLOW start to summer has been attributed to lower than usual tourist numbers before Christmas, with visitor numbers expected to triple in Beachport from this […]

By-law expiry ‘not fare’ for city

MOUNT Gambier residents will face “broad and varying” taxi fares when council’s by-law expires next month, according to Lake City Taxis’ Perri-Anne Rasmussen. Despite Mount Gambier […]

South East left in the dark

HOMEOWNERS are waiting months for new electricity meters to be installed as a result of changes to regulations, with builders running extension cords over fences for […]

Woman’s life honoured

ONE week after her death, Mount Gambier resident Eden Kennett was honoured at a vigil on Friday. Friends and family were joined by more than 100 […]

Millicent hospital service coup

SLASHING doctor call out times at the Millicent and District Hospital has been listed as a highlight by the Millicent and Surrounds Health Support Group at […]

ATAR success secured

A YEAR of intense study and sacrifice has paid dividends for Millicent High School’s Class of 2018, with students receiving their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) […]

Trade advice sought

THE State Government has sought legal advice about interpretations of the Shop Trading Hours Act as speculation grows it may take action to challenge whether Millicent […]

Prestigious honour for Millicent students

A ONCE unlikely candidate for Millicent High School’s highest academic honour has attributed her turnaround success to woodwork. School dux Kelsie Wilkinson was awarded the prestigious […]