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Amelia Henry  TBW Newsgroup

Students cook up a storm

A TEAM of Penola High School Year 10 students are creating a stir in the community with the reopening of the popular Cafe 43. Students...
Marg Muller, Mary Leech And Carol Cox  TBW Newsgroup

Visitors return to Mary MacKillop interpretive facility

THE Mary MacKillop Penola Centre is once again open for business with a fresh look and new exhibits. Centre staff and volunteers have already welcomed...
Diane Williams (2)  TBW Newsgroup

Wattle Range campaign encourages local spending

LIMESTONE Coast residents will be encouraged to shop local first through a campaign spearheaded by Wattle Range Council to help reduce the economic impacts...
Marcus Devereux (2)  TBW Newsgroup

Gym prepared to follow state’s COVID-19 safe marshal requirements

THE sole gym in Penola will remain operational but may require its users to undertake COVID-19 marshal training to ensure the business remains compliant...
Matt Tilby  TBW Newsgroup

Logging employees deemed essential travellers

MERRETT Logging employees will be able to conduct cross-border duties with the company's forestry workers deemed essential travellers in the primary industry sector. Despite needing...
Trevor Evans Tony Pasin  TBW Newsgroup

Federal minister visits city waste transfer station

FEDERAL Government Assistant Minister Trevor Evans visited the Mount Gambier waste transfer station last week as the government plans to ramp up its commitment...
Dj Interiors  TBW Newsgroup

‘Snatch and grab’ arrest following attempted theft

A FRIGHTENING attempt at a "snatch and grab" led to the dramatic citizen arrest of a Mount Gambier man at a small Commercial Street...
Teegan Galpin (2)  TBW Newsgroup

Virus restrictions force relocation

SEVERAL Penola district families have been forced to relocate into South Australia ahead of Friday's looming changes to cross-border community processes which will impact...
Band Cancel  TBW Newsgroup

Pandemic forces band festival cancellation

MOUNT Gambier's Lions Blue Lake Brass Band Festival has been cancelled for the first time in over 60 years, citing the COVID-19 pandemic as...
Stephen Wade Ngaire Buchanan  TBW Newsgroup

Negotiations near completion for proposed Mount Gambier Medi-Hotel

NEGOTIATIONS are almost complete for the site of Mount Gambier's COVID-19 medi-hotel, which will house uninfected returning travellers, Limestone Coast Local Health Network chair...
Ricky Dalby And David Shepherdson  TBW Newsgroup

Track manager races to city role

THE man supervising Murray Bridge's much-lauded race track will be charged with the responsibility of fixing Mount Gambier Racing Club's troublesome surface. A weed infestation...
Debbie Brockie  TBW Newsgroup

Jobs at risk as state health department denies Victorian workers’ applications

VICTORIAN-BASED aged care workers at one of Mount Gambier's residential facilities are likely to lose their jobs after their applications to enter South Australia...

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Toy Run to deliver Christmas cheer with a difference

THE popular Limestone Coast Toy Run will hit the road Saturday to support the region's disadvantaged youth with organisers only accepting monetary contributions to...