Sinkhole prime for diver training

KNOWN primarily as a training site among cave divers, Gouldens Sinkhole in Mount Schank has seen thousands of students explore its cold and normally murky waters […]

Maddocks appointed to lead role

LOCAL charity ac. care has announced Shane Maddocks will take the reins from previous CEO Robert Foggo, who retired after 25 years at the helm. Appointed […]

Tourism push bears fruit

FORMER Melbourne residents Simon and Kerry Meares have left their hectic city lifestyle to develop a tourism business in Penola after falling in love with the […]

Age no barrier for local disc jockeys

A DECORATED World War II veteran and celebrated artist respectively, Charlie Miller OAM and Kelvin Smibert can now add radio disc jockeys to undoubtedly long lists […]

League of their own

GREG McKeever has cooked meals for the likes of Dolly Parton, Paul and Linda McCartney, Tina Turner, the Bee Gees and Queen Elizabeth II. Presented with […]

Homecoming shapes city arts scene

Celebrating the launch of Beyond Borders: The Life and Times of Kevin G. Hein, His Family and Their Ancestors, the Mount Gambier local spoke candidly to […]

War hero inspires RSL donation

JULIAN Mattay this week donated $1000 out of his own pocket to the embattled Mount Gambier Community Returned and Services League in honour of his late […]

Rotary stalwart’s birthday celebrated

CELEBRATING his 99th birthday yesterday, Mount Gambier resident and World War II veteran Colin Cameron OAM has lived a life of achievement. Humble and giving, Mr […]

City’s firefighters put to the test

THE city’s retained firefighters learnt improved methods to control conditions when battling structural fires during an intensive training program this week. Mount Gambier’s old recycling depot […]