Citizen celebrated at Australia Day event

A SIGNIFICANT presence of holidaymakers swelled the number of attendees to 600 at the annual Australia Day breakfast at Beachport’s Centennial Park. As they have done […]

Priest welcomed to Penola

DESCRIBING Penola as a spiritual gem, Father Michael Romeo is delighted to immerse himself in the community as the town’s new Catholic priest. Growing up in […]

Back to school

BACKPACKS stuffed with supplies and excited faces filled the streets this week as more than 1000 students across Millicent’s primary and secondary schools started the new […]

Candidate outlines election priorities

REGIONAL road infrastructure, boosting mental illness facilities and water security are among independent candidate Jon Ey’s priorities for the seat of MacKillop. The state election candidate […]

Forest conditions back in spotlight

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has renewed his call for an independent auditor to monitor OneFortyOne Plantations’ compliance with conditions set in the 2012 forward […]

World of knowledge shared

ENGLISH teachers from Inner Mongolia visited Yahl Primary School on Tuesday – their last school visit during a week-long stay in the city. Exploring Mount Gambier […]

Mill handover

THE timber manufacturing workers’ union has described the ownership transfer of Mount Gambier’s two largest wood processing sites as a positive step for the regional industry. […]

Expansion fuels security concerns

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has called for the State Government to ensure there is an appropriate number of guards at the city’s privately managed […]

Scooter superstar – Nate rides to nationals

PENOLA’S young scooter superstar Nathaniel (Nate) Oakley has successfully qualified for the Australasian Scooter Association nationals in Sydney this year after topping the South Australian qualifier […]