Spreading Christmas cheer

CHRISTMAS will become much brighter for many struggling families in the region this year with thanks to the Mount Gambier Community of Helping Hands and the […]

Penola memories shared

THE tranquility and simplicity of life in Penola attracted 94-year-old resident Brian Pannell to settle, contribute to and represent the town. Born in 1923, Mr Pannell […]

Young baker on the rise

THE state’s most consistent young pastry cook has completed his apprenticeship and will continue to bake sweet and savoury treats daily at a Mount Gambier bakery. […]

War photographer returns

AUSTRALIAN premier war photographer and Millicent High School alumnus Gary Ramage will detail life in a war zone at a meet and greet session on Friday. […]

Sad farewell for influential school leader

“JANE has made the ultimate impact, I have never worked nor met anyone else like Jane who has an unbelievable understanding of students, especially those with […]

People power stands test of time

ROME was not built in a day – but nearly 100 years ago the Rook Walk overlooking Mount Gambier’s Crater Lakes was. The walkway alongside the […]

24 hour run for charity

FACING both a mental and physical challenge, Mount Gambier man Michael Mustart will put his body to the ultimate test in a 24-hour run to raise […]