Renowned sport coach to address city athletes

THE University of South Australia will bring former Socceroos and Sydney Swans strength and conditioning Coach Nik Hagicostas to Mount Gambier tomorrow to present a free public lecture on[…]

New addition ‘cellar-brated’

NEW kid on the block Peter Thompson Wines has opened its brand new cellar door in the Penola district, bringing the region’s total outlets to 28. […]

Entrepreneurial focus at Mount High

MOUNT Gambier High School was yesterday named as one of five of the state’s first specialist entrepreneurial schools, delivering learning programs that will promote and encourage entrepreneurial mindsets in students. Opportunities[…]

Zombies saddle up

THE walking dead roamed Commercial Street last month during the ninth annual Zombie Walk, raising funds for Mount Gambier’s Riding for the Disabled Association. Around 60 […]

Basketball association on board

THE board of Basketball Mount Gambier has announced “in principle support” for its relocation to the proposed $39.1m sport and recreation centre. The city’s peak grassroots […]

Convention full of flavour

GREAT wine, food and fellowship were on the menu at the 35th International Beefsteak and Burgundy Convention held in Coonawarra over the weekend. Convention chairperson Rick […]

Brass band man to be honoured

MOUNT Gambier’s own “brass band man” Allen Woodham OAM will be honoured by the Christmas Parade Advisory Group for 20 years involvement in coordinating the Lions […]

Athlete recognised with scholarship

LIMESTONE Coast middle-distance runner Hannah Elliott has become the latest recipient of the highly-regarded Trisha Flett and Sally-Jane Allen Sports Scholarship. Elliott holds the state title […]

National Remembrance Day honour

MOUNT Gambier High School (MGHS) students Julia Mitchell and Luke King represented their school as part of the National Remembrance Day service in Canberra last weekend […]