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Premier backs forestry industry

PREMIER Steven Marshall has reiterated the State Government's commitment to boosting the economic value of the region’s forestry sector, saying a review into the...

Safety boost for at risk Limestone Coast women

WOMEN and their children experiencing domestic, family and sexual violence in the Limestone Coast will soon have better access to help and information with...

Trapped dog saved from house fire

A DOG trapped in a burning house in Mount Gambier's east early on Thursday morning is on the road to recovery thanks to quick-thinking...

Anzac Day flyover secured

MOUNT Gambier has secured a Royal Australian Air Force flyover during the traditional street march, which will return along with a public dawn service...

Loyal worker flicks kiln switch

ROGER Davis still recalls walking onto the Jubilee Highway timber mill for the first time 50 years ago as a long-haired, skinny kid looking...

SES issues call to arms

FROM mitigating the impacts of extreme weather events to supporting road crash or rescue operations, no week is the same for Limestone Coast State...

Beachport Playground open for Easter

THE much-anticipated $350,000 upgrade to Beachport’s Susan Memorial Playground is nearing completion and will open to the public for the Easter long weekend.
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Millicent Expo for new residents

NEW Millicent residents will be connected to educational, sporting, health and businesses resources at next week’s Millicent and Surrounds Health Support Group (MASH) community...

Students produce Easter design

TOMORROW'S Easter Vigil Mass at St Paul's Church will feature a Paschal candle designed by a Tenison Woods College student. Each year the college holds...

Rock lobster quota carry over

COMMERCIAL rock lobster fishers will be able to carry-over uncaught quota and have extended fishing seasons in temporary changes to help fishers manage the...

Flying Kangaroo lands in region

QANTAS state manager South Australia Anthony Penney says passengers will be able to book flights from Mount Gambier to Mackay, Manila or Mumbai and...

Dune rider’s life altered: Easter safety campaign highlights lasting legacy of trauma

NOT even stringent safety gear use or more than a decade of experience could save Geelong motorbike enthusiast Billy Bubb from traumatic and life-altering...

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Data shows voluntary euthanasia support

LIMESTONE Coast residents are overwhelmingly supportive of voluntary assisted dying laws, with two-thirds of MacKillop and Mount Gambier voters believing terminally ill patients should...

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