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Fatal five

“REGIONAL people are dying on our roads and it’s got to stop.” That’s the key message Limestone Coast Police Superintendent Campbell Hill wants to get...

Premier visit

PREMIER Steven Marshall will be visiting Mount Gambier tomorrow. During the visit he will be meeting with primary producers, visiting the Mount Gambier Show and...

Mount Gambier mourns Jack Hopgood

MOUNT Gambier is mourning one of its most recognised residents following the passing of Jack Hopgood OAM. Born on February 21 1920, Mr Hopgood...

Apology

On August 24, 2021, The Border Watch published an article titled "Bushfire experts launch Lucindale fire class action”. The article referred to legal proceedings...

“Out here, there are five things that’ll kill you”

OUT here there are five things that’ll kill you. That’s the dire warning from the likeable country bloke depicted in the newest road safety advertising...

Nominations open

NOMINATIONS are now open for the annual Australia Day Awards program with Wattle Range Council calling on the community to recognise the achievements of...

Mount Gambier musician to release second single

DESPITE living five hours from Mount Gambier, previous resident and singer-songwriter Jessica Braithwaite still calls the Blue Lake City home. Moving to Adelaide to...

Book fair goes ahead

TENS of thousands of books will be on sale this weekend with the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier Book Fair reinstated once again. Hosted...

Anti-Poverty Week launched

SITTING down to a fully catered three-course meal may be a relatively common experience for some people. But for others struggling to afford their rent...

Up and coming at the Riddoch

THE Riddoch Arts and Culture Centre will host yet another intriguing exhibition throughout November with Tim Gruchy's Remembering the Future set in stone. Mr...

AgVenture careers expo

HIGH school students are being encouraged to log on and find out more about the many and varied jobs in agriculture with the National...

Students take to the stage for annual music festival

STUDENTS from across the South East will take over the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre next week as part of an annual musical festival. The...

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Fatal five

“REGIONAL people are dying on our roads and it’s got to stop.” That’s the key message Limestone Coast Police Superintendent Campbell Hill wants to get...

Premier visit

Apology