Wattle Range office on agenda

WATTLE Range Council will spend $165,000 on plans to upgrade its Millicent office if the draft 2020/21 business plan and budget is adopted. The proposed allocation […]

Ann Miller  TBW Newsgroup

Music lovers look forward to festival

LIMESTONE Coast residents will dust off their dancing shoes in the post-COVID world at a new addition to the region’s arts calendar. The inaugural Penola Coonawarra […]

Linda Boylan 2 (1)  TBW Newsgroup

Hotel industry left ‘bleeding money’

A REGIONAL hotel industry leader says publicans are gutted they cannot open their indoor dining rooms given the sector is “bleeding money”. While restaurants and cafes […]

Carly Sergeant  TBW Newsgroup

Dine-in delight for cafes and restaurants

RESTAURANTS and cafes will throw open their indoor dining spaces tomorrow in what has been described as major step in revitalising the crippled hospitality sector. While […]

Carmel And Kristy  TBW Newsgroup

Millicent library ‘back in business’

THE Millicent Public Library is partly back in business this morning after several weeks of COVID-19 restrictions. The Federal Government ordered the nationwide closure of libraries […]

Malcolm Henke  TBW Newsgroup

Wood sales heat up

A COLD chill now book-ending most days in the Limestone Coast and with COVID-19-related travel restrictions keeping people at home, business is booming for firewood suppliers. […]