Health chair appointed

FORMER Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast chief executive Grant King has been appointed chair of the South East Local Health Network. Under a State Government restructure, SA Health will establish 10 local[…]

Innovative recycling options explored

MOUNT Gambier City Council will continue to explore potential waste management and recycling opportunities, including the use of crushed glass in road construction. A report received at council’s monthly meeting[…]

Taxi issue ‘put to bed’ by council

MOUNT Gambier City Council will take no further action to reinstate the city’s taxi by-law when it expires on January 1 The legislation that permitted council to make its current taxi by-law was repealed by State Parliament in March

Monthly medal draws big field

IN the biggest field since last summer, 122 players vied for the Mount Gambier Golf Club’s monthly medal on Saturday. With the advent of Spring and […]

Volunteer red tape slashed

VOLUNTEERING screening will be free for all South Australians from November 1 as part of a key election commitment of the Marshall Liberal Government. South Australians have been paying […]

Creditors to meet over club closure

THE voluntary administrator of the Millicent and District Community Club has called a meeting of creditors. David Kidman, of Adelaide insolvency firm Ferrier Hodgson, will meet the creditors[…]

Resource board leader chosen

KEITH’S Louise Densley has been appointed as the South East Natural Resources Management Board regional agriculture Landcare facilitator for 2018 to 2023 Based at the Natural Resources Centre in Keith, Ms Densley will[…]

Contaminated strawberries reported in South Australia

SOUTH Australian Police in conjunction with SA Health are advising members of the public to check punnets of Mal’s Black Label strawberries following a report of a needle found inside the fruit over the weekend. A member of[…]

Lucindale duo deliver goods to drought-affected NSW

FATHER-SON duo John and Andrew Pilmore of Lucindale were welcomed with open arms when they arrived in a drought-affected small town in New South Wales last month Delivering groceries and grain to locals in Pooncarie[…]

Newspaper gives back to cancer support group

THE Border Watch donated 10pc of advertising revenue from a recent feature to the Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group this week. The $320 donation was accepted by group member Richard Harry, who said the[…]