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Map en route to Marshall

WATTLE Range Council will send Premier Steven Marshall a map of the district requesting the location and expenditure of projects that have been funded...

Police seek murder insight

LIMESTONE Coast Police have urged the public to come forward with information regarding the relationship between a Mount Gambier man and woman after 44-year-old...

Millicent award ceremony celebrates 10 years

FOR almost a decade, the Millicent Business Community Association has celebrated businesses and individuals for their achievements and leadership as part of the Outstanding...

Millicent town plan endorsed

AN open air plaza in Millicent’s main street, transforming Eudunda Lane from a throughfare to an active space and public art on McLaughlin Way...

A helping hand for region

MOUNT Gambier man Richard Harry is a founding committee member of the Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group, a vital resource for people affected...

Gel blaster charge

A MILLICENT man will face court after being found in possession of an unregistered gel blaster firearm. Police discovered the firearm while undertaking inquiries at...

Million-dollar mystery remains

THE mystery winner of a $1m Saturday X Lotto ticket purchased in Naracoorte has yet to come forward. The ticket, which was not registered when...

Life skills passed down

FIREFIGHTING skills are currently being passed down through the Country Fire Service cadets program, equipping Limestone Coast youths with a number of important life...

Region put on show

NATIONAL and international stakeholders were reminded of the natural wonders surrounding the Limestone Coast earlier this month as two major regional tourist specialists attended...

Spooky tour hits Old Gaol

WHILE it bared some resemblance to scenes out of a Hollywood horror movie, a weekend paranormal investigation at the Old Mount Gambier Gaol was...

Fundraising for a worthy cause

AROUND 140 people gathered at the Mount Gambier RSL and District Bowling Club last fortnight to help raise money for the Mount Gambier Cancer...

Vintage forestry equipment travels to new home

VINTAGE forestry equipment has made its way across the country to settle at its new home in Nangwarry. The Nangwarry Forestry Museum received an...

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Wood is good for the world

CHILDREN'S farming icon George the Farmer has traded his tractor for a harvester in an effort to teach Australia’s next generation about the importance...