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Uni changes tune on academy

THE University of South Australia is phasing out its music programs offered through the James Morrison Academy after ending its partnership with the jazz...

Busy times for Women in Business

KYLIE Boston will draw on decades of experience working in agriculture, organisation management and more recently local government to lead the Women in Business...

Doubt over Millicent Saleyards future

THE future of the Millicent Saleyards hangs in the balance as Wattle Range Council continues to consider extending the operations of the facility for...

Wattle Range reconsiders proposed $5.5m office location

THE Millicent RSL as the site for Wattle Range’s proposed new council office could again be in play as elected members flagged a motion...

Craftsmanship goes a long way

MOUNT Gambier woodturners continue to positively impact Australian Defence Force personnel deployed overseas, with handmade pens a personal gift from their home country. Earlier this...

Small workshop plays big role in Middle East project

KEY components of a complex multi-million dollar engineering project for one of the world’s largest aluminum smelters have been built on Mount Gambier’s outskirts....

Clubs given time to address signage issue

SPONSORSHIP signage facing outwards from Mount Gambier sporting grounds is at risk of being removed due to development and compliance breaches with Mount Gambier...

Hard waste saved from landfill

ALMOST all items collected through Mount Gambier City Council's kerbside bulky waste collection service have been been saved from landfill. A report presented in...

Young Lion inspired to attract new members

YOUNG blood has been added to the Mount Gambier Lions Club as a new member joins the team with plans to encourage others to...

Deep community roots recognised

SUE Zwar is known by some as the "rose lady" of the Penola and Coonawarra area but this title will soon be challenged with...

Limestone Coast media identity continues to ‘roar’ for community

STEPPING away from his long-standing commitment to keep the Limestone Coast community informed, media identity Stuart Stansfield has used his spare time to offer...

Prison for drug crimes

A COUPLE who attempted to transport more than $5000 worth of methylamphetamine from Melbourne and sell it from a Mount Gambier hotel have been...

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No racing until at least the spring

THOROUGHBRED racing will not return to Alan Scott Glenburnie racecourse until the spring of this year, at the earliest. Following a recommendation by track manager...