Weeping for the willows

THIRTEEN weeping willow trees lining Crouch Street South will be removed next week to the dismay of prominent Mount Gambier surgeon Barney McCusker. Of the 13 […]

Business tech show success

MORE than 50 local businesses and community members attended Mount Gambier City Council’s first Business Tech Show at the Main Corner on Friday. City Council tourism […]

National disability scheme explained

CARERS SA hosted a regional forum at Mount Gambier City Hall yesterday to provide people with a disability, their families and carers with practical information ahead […]

Gas search is on

GAS exploration company Beach Energy has revealed drilling is likely to begin within weeks at its Haselgrove-3 well site south of Penola. The $12m drilling program […]

Road safety partnership extended

A UNIQUE road safety partnership in South Australia between the Motor Accident Commission (MAC) and Limestone Coast Local Government Association (LCLGA) has been extended until June […]

Literacy innovation

PENOLA Primary School is continuing to revolutionise the teaching and learning of writing in an effort to develop future writers by applying real life tasks to […]

Murderer faces prison assault charges

A CONVICTED murderer charged with serious assaults against a Mount Gambier prison staff member had a brief hearing in the Mount Gambier Magistrates Court on Monday. […]

RSL call rallies community

A FLURRY of community donations and the prospect of selling its car park have enabled the embattled Mount Gambier Community Returned and Services League to postpone […]

Hospital safety alarm

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has called for an urgent review into security at the city’s hospital amid “alarming” claims a nurse was recently threatened […]

Lifeline event brings people together

A QUIET morning of reflection was shared by many Mount Gambier residents on Saturday morning at the annual Out of the Shadows event. A national event […]