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Rex warns Qantas of lawsuit

QANTAS has been threatened with a lawsuit by Regional Express (Rex) after accusing the national carrier of intimidation by entering routes that have been...

Differential restrictions considered: Premier

PREMIER Steven Marshall has revealed there was “some discussion” about implementing differential restrictions for regional South Australia, but ultimately opted for a statewide lockdown...

Millicent businesses reemerge from lockdown

DESPITE not recording a COVID case during the pandemic, Millicent businesses snapped shut during the state’s seven-day lockdown before re-emerging on Wednesday morning. Residents...

Community spirit continues to support those in need

COMMUNITY spirit radiated through Sunset Community Kitchen this week as volunteers prepared a significant amount of meals for the region's vulnerable residents. Following the...

MP slams telcos over blackspot program

MEMBER for Barker Tony Pasin has lashed the country’s telecommunication providers after just two locations in South Australia will be addressed under the Federal...

City Council attendance report delivered

A MOUNT Gambier councillor who requested on report on elected member attendance in 2021 believes the document "speaks for itself". Cr Max Bruins’ remark...

Multi-million dollar forest deal logged

ONE of the world’s largest asset managers has purchased more than 22,000ha of pine plantation in the Green Triangle in what is the biggest...

Call for pothole compensation

MOTORISTS who incur damage to their vehicles as a result of pothole damage should be eligible for compensation from the State Government, Mount Gambier...

Forest family honour

A RETIRING OneFortyOne employee has had a forestry road named in his family’s honour, after a collective 55 years of service to the Green...

Brothers create sweet success

SWEET success of selling homemade cookie dough has resulted in two Mount Gambier brothers becoming young entrepreneurs. Brothers Cooper and Henry Medhurst developed the...

Region’s best vintage in decades

MILD weather has developed what some in the wine industry are describing as the best vintage in two decades across the Limestone Coast. Likened...

Artistic duo plan to hit the city for three day event

TWO Limestone Coast artists have received the opportunity to attend a three-day intensive program of workshops, forums, talks and networking opportunities in Adelaide’s main...

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Grants given for kids

HEALTHY eating habits and hydration has been well supported by Flinders University with a total of $4000 being shared between two local organisations. The...