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Duo dedicated to region

COMMITTED community members Keith and Dorrie Bennier have dedicated their lives to the region through tireless volunteering efforts over their outstanding 60 years of...

Local woman aims to tackle homelessness in community

"WE still need to fight for women's rights, older women in homelessness is a big issue everywhere and this is an opportunity for us...

Music teacher on learning journey

TRAVERSING the Scottish countryside to attend nine music festivals in nine weeks, Port MacDonnell resident Adam Hardcastle intends to arm himself with knowledge to...

Chronic fatigue awareness push

YAHL'S Tessa Deak is not an average 18-year-old. As her friends celebrated Year 12 graduation last year, she welcomed a wheelchair into her life to...

Health Advisory Council position filled

MOUNT Gambier Hospital Health Advisory Council's presiding member has vowed to instil a new era of greater community advocacy and transparency. Maureen Klintberg - who...

Local dog agility competitor battles with Multiple Sclerosis

THE positivity and determination of local sports teacher and dog agility competitor Sarah McDowell is an inspiration for all as she battles with a...

Community music icon recognised

AFTER dedicating 60 years of continuous service to community banding, Paul Brill was last week awarded life membership of the South Australian Band Association...

Farmer lifts curtain on gas risk

A REGIONALLY produced documentary focused on the gas industry will be screened in a world premiere at Mount Gambier's Oatmill Cinema. The film documents the...

Health commitment recognised

HELPING to improve health services across regional South Australia and implementing projects from the Limestone Coast to Ceduna, former Mount Gambier resident Kristie Cook...

Experienced winemaker departs region

ACCOMPLISHED winemaker Sandrine Gimon will be sorely missed as she exits the region after 25 years dedicated to Rymill Coonawarra. Growing up around her wine...

New Anglican Church priest welcomed

FROM the tropics of Sri Lanka to the Blue Lake city, Father Neil Fernando was officially welcomed to Mount Gambier over the weekend as...

Local surfing legend remembered

WITH hands linked and teary eyes, surfers from across the region this week said a final goodbye to local icon John Hunt at one...

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Funding for Tree Breeders Association

A NEW research facility will be built on the outskirts of Mount Gambier/Berrin following a state government investment of $450,000. The funding will be matched...