Pathways to productivity explored

NATURAL Resources South East will hold a Pathways to Productivity forum in Keith next month with presentations relevant for land owners and anyone with an interest in sustainable agriculture[…]

Brave volunteers praised for fighting fierce blaze

COUNTRY Fire Service (CFS) firefighters from across the Upper South East and beyond have been applauded for their courage shown to contain a devastating bushfire, which destroyed four houses in Sherwood on Saturday. […]

Small business challenges loom

THE small business sector enjoyed some notable achievements in 2017, but challenges loom on several policy fronts according to Australian Small Business Ombudsman Kate Carnell[…]

Research urged for potential gym members

SOUTH Australians who have made a New Year’s resolution to join a gym are being urged to shop around and check out the membership agreement before signing a contract[…]

Former Millicent man joins Xenophon

FORMER Millicent resident Andrew Stratford will stand for Nick Xenophon’s SA Best party in the seat of Kavel at the state election in March.[…]

Who ya gonna call?

INTERSTATE “ghost busters” have been in Millicent and district in recent weeks inviting fee-paying members of the public to join them on their investigations of paranormal activity.

Police vehicles tested

POLICE across the state are about to trial the Kia Sorrento and new overseas-built Holden Commodore ZB as general duties vehicles[…]