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Skye’s the limit for dedicated student

UNIVERSITY of South Australia Mount Gambier Bachelor of Education student Skye Varcoe has been selected as one of 17 students to spend two weeks...

New kitchen for Millicent North

PROSPECTIVE Millicent North Primary School masterchefs will plate up in a state of the art facility following the construction of a new $80,000 kitchen...

Millicent Lioness bookshop relocates

A POPULAR bookshop which has raised close to $40,000 for charity over the last five years has opened up in a new location in...

Limestone Coast couple give five siblings ’forever’ home

SEVEN years after Ben and Jess Peters decided to become foster carers with ac.care, they have legal guardianship of five siblings who have found...

Charity auction to support vulnerable children

A CHARITY auction fundraising to support vulnerable Limestone Coast children will launch on Friday 16 October with 14 Pioneers Basketball Club playing jerseys up...

Penola’s watershed moment

STORM water flooding across Penola’s city business district is expected to be a thing of the past in coming weeks with major upgrades to...

‘Tuff’ experience for Mount Gambier students

NORTH Primary School recently had an exclusive visit of thanks from South Australia Police and Australian Defence Force. Before the holiday break, students wrote...

Push for more breast cancer awareness across Limestone Coast

ALTHOUGH October is marked as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is an every day discussion point for Mount Gambier resident Sharon Tuffnell during her...

Victorian border closure forces young Naracoorte family to pack bags and form new life...

South Australia’s favourite seaside town has become home for the McLachlan family after they were forced to flee their rural property just hours before...

Foreign worker shearing industry shortage a concern for Limestone Coast peak season

A NATIONAL shearer shortage caused by border shutdowns and travel restrictions is creating unprecedented pressure this spring season across the Limestone Coast’s agricultural sector. Tough...

Drastic Robe greenery slash

ROBE’S city business district has been temporarily stripped bare of greenery with several ageing trees uprooted from pavement after being declared hazardous to the...

Millicent man proud to turn his life around after tragic life-changing accident

When Millicent resident Trevor Palmer was told he was never going to walk again, he, somehow, found solace, not sadness. Over 15 years ago on...

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Sa visiting trainers rewarded for effort

WITH lockdowns, border closures and only essential personnel permitted on track, the Mount Gambier Greyhound Racing Club probably did pretty well to conduct race...

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