Pony tails for breast cancer

AT only eight years old, Yahl resident Jorja Glynn will this week generously cut her long locks as she raises money and awareness of breast cancer. […]

The Sisters Sinkhole explored

THE surface water is green and murky, but as I descend it becomes somewhat clearer and before long the wreck of a truck becomes visible – […]

Silvy hangs up hard hat

A FAMILIAR face at construction sites over the last two decades, Michael Silvy has hung up his hard hat after 17 years with Mount Gambier City […]

Freak storm kills gentle giants

“IT WAS the most horrific thing I’ve ever witnessed – a big ball of white light hit and all three of them were dead before they […]

Passion for Penola’s history

PENOLA’S geological foundation, Aboriginal heritage, European arrival and formation of Coonawarra are some of the monumental topics in Peter Rymill’s history book Penola and Coonawarra from […]

Headspace volunteer reaches national level

MOUNT Gambier’s Ally Finnis will use her volunteering experience to make a difference at a national level after gaining a position on Headspace’s National Youth Reference […]