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Liberal MP lashes State Government for lockdown ‘overreaction’

LIBERAL MP Nick McBride has struck out at his government’s hard lockdown as an overreaction to one person, saying a thorough investigation should have...

ISOLATION IDEAS: Fun and fitness from home as lockdown lift looms

SOUTH Australia's six-day COVID-19 Stay at Home order will end early at 12.01am Sunday but the remainder of lockdown doesn't have to mean forgoing...

Supermarkets stripped bare amid lockdown announcement

A LIMESTONE Coast supermarket recorded its busiest day in its seven decade history on Wednesday as a surge of people flocked to stock up...

Mental health challenges laid bare

MENTAL health advocates Mary O’Brien and Ben Brooksby were both inspired to drive change in regional communities after firsthand experience with the challenges and...

Bulk of Blue Lake path back to two-way traffic, Bay Road remains one-way

MOUNT Gambier’s scenic Blue Lake walking path returned to two-way foot traffic from Tuesday, scaling back the clockwise direction requirement introduced in April as...

Penola woman’s legacy preserved in national culinary archive

A DIVERSE collection of rare or popular cookbooks used by Penola resident Kate Spencer will be preserved by the Australian Culinary Archive to ensure...

Garden leaves others green with envy

MARIE Valenzuela’s garden of blooming rose bushes and layers of greenery have long provided an eye-catching entry to the Penola township, with her hard...

Lockdown results in cancellation of Santa’s Boulevard

MOUNT Gambier City Council has announced Santa’s Boulevard will not be going ahead due to a strict statewide lockdown. Mayor Lynette Martin released a COVID-19...

Women to lead Glenelg Shire

ANITA Rank has been reelected for a historic fifth term as Glenelg Shire Council mayor, forming part of an all-female leadership team for the...

Podcast power helps showcase best of people

TWO young Limestone Coast women united in friendship are delivering messages of positivity and empowerment across the region through a raw and relatable podcast. It...

Language key to First Nations heritage

MOUNT Gambier "always was, always will be" home to the Boandik people, a deep-rooted connection being celebrated during NAIDOC Week. The national 2020 celebration...

Learner drivers face delays

HUNDREDS of learner drivers are struggling to book a driving test, with waitlists tipped to hit six months following the relaunch of the service...

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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...