Blue Lake scare

MOUNT Gambier Police will step up patrols in the Blue Lake precinct following a male teacher receiving facial injuries after trying to flee a “white van” […]

Livestock value high despite reduced stock

THE Glenburnie Saleyards recorded a downward slide in cattle and sheep numbers last financial year, according to new figures released by Grant District Council. A tally […]

Christmas parade to draw large crowd

MORE than 10,000 people are expected to swarm into heart of Mount Gambier today for the city’s iconic Christmas Parade, which is the largest event of […]

Airport contract awarded

GRANT District Council has awarded a $239,500 contract to an architectural firm for the design of the redeveloped Mount Gambier Airport terminal. Elected members voted to […]

Ground-breaking health initiative

A GROUND-BREAKING program providing on the ground training for international medical graduates is under way with the first recruit flowing onto the medical wards of Mount […]

Blue Lake city in the spotlight

THE Mount Gambier district’s spectacular network of natural wonders is driving an upswing in global tourism, which is throwing the Blue Lake city onto the international […]

Sage retains role

INCUMBENT mayor Richard Sage has narrowly survived a major challenge to take victory in the Grant District Council Local Government elections. Mr Sage – who will […]

Roundhouse razed

THE rattle of train carriages winding their way through Mount Gambier and pulling into the roundhouse at the city’s railway yards is a distant memory. While […]

Regional safety plea

A REGIONAL timber workers union leader has called for the establishment of an independent safety commissioner and mandatory coronial inquests into deaths at work. The push […]