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Police not investigating possible ‘bubble’ breach

SOUTH Australia Police (SAPOL) has confirmed that it is not investigating any possible border bubble breach that caused harsh Covid-19 restrictions on businesses and...

Wattle Range welcomes new councillor

WATTLE Range Council welcomed its newest councillor-elect this week, with local viticulturist and community volunteer Chris Brodie sitting his first monthly meeting in Millicent....

Greenrise upgrade

GREENRISE Recreational Reserve's entrance will be enhanced in coming months following the plantation of 250 trees and shrubs. Alongside the GeoVenture event hosted throughout...

Turned away at the bridge

TALENTED Mount Gambier athlete Analeigh Anderson was hoping to spend the final week of the school holidays developing her ball handling, passing and defensive...

Mount Gambier man releases autobiography

MOUNT Gambier's Graham Greenwood will release his autobiography at the end of the month while also reaching the milestone of his 13th book. The...

Vax van coming

A VACCINATION van will soon arrive in the region as part of a highly-targeted vaccine distribution strategy to deliver essential vaccines to Limestone Coast...

Coonawarra Rail Trail underway

THE much anticipated Coonawarra Rail Trail is well underway with an official sod turning ceremony taking place earlier this week. Member for Barker Tony...

Blue Lake Carols return

ONGOING Covid-19 restrictions will not dampen the local Christmas spirit with the Blue Lake Carols committee dedicated to a modified digital format once again...

Mount Gambier Toy Run gets green light

CARS and motorbikes will join together in early November to raise awareness and funds for children in need with the 2021 Roundwood Solutions Limestone...

Portland records three Covid-19 cases

THREE people have been identified with Covid-19 in Portland, with Victorian authorities continuing to investigate potential exposure sites. Portland District Health acting chief executive...

Riddoch Ward receives a nomination

NOMINATIONS have closed for those wishing to put their hand up for a vacant position within the Wattle Range Council with one Penola resident...

Bumper crop

LIMESTONE coast farmer Robert Chant said, despite heavy winter rains, his canola crop is looking “pretty good”. Mr Chant said the price for canola was...

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Money raised for worthy cause

THE Robe Bowling Club held its Wheel to Walk twilight bowls last week, which was hailed a big success financially and socially. The weather...

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