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Residents lace up for annual Breast Cancer fundraiser

MOUNT Gambier’s Valley Lakes precinct will be a sea of pink next weekend as the annual Women in Super Mother's Day Classic fundraiser returns...

School back in session

LIMESTONE Coast education facilities ushered in Term 2 this week as students returned to classrooms across the region. Children attending Yahl, Glenburnie and Suttontown primary...

Best of the best

THE South East Zones women’s football squad was announced this week, as the team prepares to compete in the South Australian Country Women’s Championships...

Millicent still in control

MILLICENT 76 d WEST GAMBIER 60 IT is hard to imagine there has been a more competitive, more attractive opening quarter of Western Border netball...

Netballers pay tribute

HATHERLEIGH 54 d ROBE 36 IN the showcase game of the Mid South East netball ANZAC round, Robe hosted Hatherleigh an honoured Australian service people...

Young girls lead playground push

TWO Mount Gambier children are leading a neighbourhood campaign to have a playground established at a community reserve on Matthew Flinders Way. Imogen Lines, 10,...

Kalangadoo remembers WWII veterans

MEMBERS of the Kalangadoo community will gather on April 18 to remember two World War II veterans for the town’s annual Anzac commemoration service....

Drainage board calls for stronger coastal collaboration

THE South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board has called for greater collaboration with the Coast Protection Board, with chair Lee Morgan telling a...

Marshall praises Millicent mill

PREMIER Steven Marshall has praised the efforts of Kimberly-Clark Australia Millicent Mill employees in producing almost half a billion toilet rolls in 2020 amid...

Mayor lambasts cross-border plan

WATTLE Range mayor Des Noll has lambasted an interstate campaign focussed on upgrading the Green Triangle region’s key freight routes as “Victorian-centric” and warned...

Nurses union lashes Scriven

THE state’s peak professional nursing and midwifery organisation has hit out at “incendiary and blatantly irrelevant” comments made by Labor frontbencher Clare Scriven on...

Millicent town plan released

THE creation of an open air plaza in Millicent’s main street, transforming Eudunda Lane from a dull thoroughfare to an active space and public...

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Data shows voluntary euthanasia support

LIMESTONE Coast residents are overwhelmingly supportive of voluntary assisted dying laws, with two-thirds of MacKillop and Mount Gambier voters believing terminally ill patients should...

Tinknell holds on