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Mossy comes to the Mount

Australian music icon Ian Moss will be bringing his Rivers Run Dry tour to Mount Gambier/ Berrin this weekend. The solo acoustic tour is...

Looking into council sustainability

With a federal government Inquiry into Local Government Sustainability underway, Member for Barker Tony Pasin has encouraged the community, and especially local councils, to...

Next step for goat, sheep ID

The vital next steps for South Australia’s implementation of an electronic identification (eID) traceability system for sheep and farmed goats have been released by...

Stringybark Quartet takes on Robe in regional tour

The Robe Institute will come alive when the Stringybark Quartet makes a stop as part of their South Australian regional tour. Presented by Country...

Blackhawk helps fires

THE Blackhawk helicopter which resides at the Mount Gambier Airport has responded to more than 20 call outs this fire danger season. According to...

School spirit shines

Commercial Street came alive when Lower South East Small Schools made their voices heard before a day of sporting action. After the traditional parade...

Building disaster resilience

A NEW pilot program will be led by Primary Producers SA (PPSA) and the Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA) to help industries...

A helping hand for homeless

There are around 150 homeless people living in Mount Gambier/ Berrin and the City of Mount Gambier is working through several plans to support...

Theatre Group to host Dinner

MOUNT Gambier Theatre Group’s Luke Pellen will make his directing debut this weekend. Typically seen on the stage and not behind the scenes, Mr...

Autumn Twilight markets

THE Autumn Twilight Markets at the Mount Gambier showgrounds were a hit for another year. There were plenty of stalls selling all sorts of...

A step forward for Stepping Stones

FAMILIES living with neurodiversity are able to secure help in Mount Gambier/Berrin through Stepping Stones Wellbeing. In 2022, registered counselor Karmyn Smith opened the...

Museum mystery brings nighttime fun

Saturday night's Murder at the Museum included a cast of over 30 actors who entertained 150 audience members at the event. Not one of those...

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Hand forged costume wins big

YEARS of practice and a love for traditional blacksmithing lead Clare Valley’s Thomas Cook securing best costume at this year’s Fantasy Medieval Fair. On Sunday,...

Speeders called out