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Two close contacts identified in Mount Gambier

TWO employees at a Mount Gambier-based manufacturing company have been forced into isolation after a Covid positive person attended the site last week. But...

Children welcomed into loving home

HAVING two young girls of their own has not held Kate and Jeremy Thomas back from welcoming more than 20 children into their home...

New RDALC appointments

THE new Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast Board met for the first time this month after having appointed two new members - local farmer...

Bordertown meeting success

IMPROVING online presence was the focus for the first Bordertown lunch for the Women in Business Regional Network. The network already has 10 chapters meeting...

Foster care forum wealth of information

TWENTY vulnerable children unable to live with their biological parents in the Limestone Coast could not be placed in long-term family based placements due...

Old scholars in spotlight

FOR the first time since the awards began in 2016, Tenison Woods College will host its annual Shining Light Awards in a virtual setting...

Cross-border COVID shot requirement overturned

A SOUTH Australian Police direction mandating at least one COVID vaccination for cross-border community members has been axed, but authorities have not ruled out...

Digital learning and regional communities

Around 30 people gathered at UniSA’s Mount Gambier campus on Tuesday night to listen to Professor Shane Dawson deliver a free public lecture discussing...

National Science Week activities in Mount Gambier

STUDENTS across Mount Gambier have learnt different science-based skills this week to coincide with National Science Week. Children of all ages participated in events...

Feds’ water help

A water infrastructure project within the Limestone Coast has received $400,000 in funding from the Federal Government, under the National Water Grid Connections funding...

Hood announced as Liberal candidate

MOUNT Gambier City Council elected member Ben Hood has ended speculation about his political future after being officially announced as the Liberal Party’s candidate...

Hospital service to continue but ward scrapped

THE Mount Gambier and Districts Health Service will not include a dedicated private ward following the incorporation of the Mount Gambier Private Hospital into...

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Guide to machinery buying

NEW research into one of the most hotly debated line items on the farm budget, machinery, has resulted in the development of a comprehensive...

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