Protest tamed

TEXT YOUR OPINION: What are your views on lions and other exotic animals in circuses? A VETERAN lion trainer working for the nation’s oldest touring circus […]

Greens deal silence

DESPITE conceding “Labor’s gas policy stinks”, Greens SA has refused to answer why the party will direct voter preferences to Labor in the seat of MacKillop. […]

Women embrace message of change

WEARING purple ribbons with pride, women of all ages and backgrounds last week gathered at City Hall to celebrate females across the world for International Women’s […]

Grocery budget goes further

MCDONALD Park School students and staff have welcomed an abundance of new equipment thanks to the Woolworths Earn and Learn Program. From sporting equipment to science […]

Ey opposes Liberal deregulation policy

LIBERAL candidate for MacKillop Nick McBride has reiterated his commitment to retaining Millicent’s rare trading hour scheme following his party’s media release reporting 75pc of South […]

Arson suspicion

A SUSPICIOUS fire at a Mount Gambier home is currently being investigated by police after firefighters were called to extinguish the blaze yesterday morning. Police and […]

Festival takes shape

PLANNING is well under way for this year’s Geltwood Festival with organisers anticipating another successful event. The festival will be held in Millicent from April 13 […]

Fresh business start

WITH a revamped premises and menu, McCourts Cafe is one of six businesses in Millicent to change ownership so far this year. Sister-in-laws Madi and Rosie […]

Man dies following motorcycle crash

A NANGWARRY man has died from head injuries after crashing his motorcycle into the fence of a property in the town yesterday morning. The 44-year-old was […]