Fond seaside memories recalled

BORN at the Point Pearce Mission Station on the Yorke Peninsula in 1946, Aunty Val Brennan would go on to live in almost 10 towns and […]

Refugee sewing skills recognised

CONGOLESE refugee Alpha Shonda is quickly making his mark on the Blue Lake city as he uses his impressive sewing skills to integrate into the community. […]

Aboriginal health worker recognised

LIMESTONE coast Aboriginal health worker Peter May has been recognised for his dedication to the community, placing third in the annual LiFE Awards last month. Nominated […]

Eileen cruises into retirement

FILLING the halls of The Oaks Aged Care Facility with laughter and joy for many years, Mount Gambier resident Eileen Cruise will be greatly missed after […]

Pigs bring hope to the poor

SIFTING through piles of rubbish and breathing in thick harmful smoke could become a thing of the past for some disadvantaged families in Indonesia thanks to […]

Lifelong volunteer

WITH photographs and memorabilia proudly displayed throughout his house, it is clear that Allan Dowdell OAM is a man of many titles and accomplishments. Referring to […]

Memoir highlights life challenges

AFTER experiencing a series of challenging circumstances throughout his life, Mount Gambier man Brendan Buchanan put pen to paper in an effort to share his story […]

Refugee settlement celebrated

LIFE in Australia is a world away from a childhood spent in Thailand camps for Karen refugees Nerr Soe Kapan and Lizar Lee. Never setting foot […]

Local police officer celebrated

“A HUMBLING experience” is how Senior Sergeant First Class Peter Brown has described his Australian Police Medal, which was announced in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List […]

Local beautician shares success story

A LOCAL beautician attributes her success in the annual Millicent Community Business Association (MBCA) Business Awards to her decision to start her own enterprise. Almost a […]