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Mount Gambier Australia Day community event at the Cave Gardens

THE Mount Gambier community gathered at the Cave Gardens for this year's official Australia Day breakfast on Tuesday. The annual event started at 7.30am...

City residents honoured on Australia Day

THE Mount Gambier community has honoured several outstanding residents during City Council's annual Australia Day breakfast. Taking the stage at Tuesday's ceremony at Cave...

Vandals await sentencing

TWO young Mount Gambier men face sentencing after pleading guilty to using rocks to damage a dozen vehicles across the Blue Lake city during...

Biopsy machine to improve cancer detection

A STATE of the art medical biopsy machine to improve prostate cancer diagnosis practices in the Limestone Coast has been commissioned. The transportable transperineal...

Specialist on hand

A NEWLY appointed nurse is providing specialist advice to Limestone Coast patients undergoing prostate cancer diagnosis or treatment. Tracy Bryant was appointed as the...

Push to remove Blue Lake path restrictions

A MOUNT Gambier councillor has unsuccessfully pushed to remove the one-way foot traffic directive along the Blue Lake's Bay Road walking path. Councillor Paul Jenner...

High flyers honoured at airport ceremony

ALL corners of the Grant District Council were represented in the district’s annual Australia Day awards, highlighting the broad reach of volunteerism and community...

Region’s newest Aussies welcomed

MOUNT Gambier has welcomed its largest intake of new citizens in over a decade during a special Australia Day ceremony at Sir Robert Helpmann...

Healthy support for medical students

A GROUP of Limestone Coast tertiary students will receive financial support as part of an annual grant encouraging health professionals to practice in the...

Educator awarded national honour

A LIFE of educating has taught Kingston resident Alison Stillwell an important lesson - you never stop learning. “I was never into history when...

Generosity reward with OAM

FOR more than 60 years, Kingston resident Peter England has been tirelessly giving to his community and not counting the cost. But the philanthropist's contribution...

Courage recognised in riverside town

A SELFLESS act has been rewarded as Australia Day honours were handed out to a worthy Nelson recipient on Tuesday. The community gathered at the...

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No racing until at least the spring

THOROUGHBRED racing will not return to Alan Scott Glenburnie racecourse until the spring of this year, at the earliest. Following a recommendation by track manager...