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Why did local health refuse cancer services: Hood

A MOUNT Gambier City Councillor has raised concerns over reports that the Limestone Coast Local Health Network (LCLHN) did not support the establishment of...

Covid ward changes to infectious disease

AN infectious disease ward has opened at the Mount Gambier and Districts Hospital, replacing what was previously the Covid-19 treatment ward. The Covid-19 ward originally...

Local band returns to the Commercial Hotel

MOUNT Gambier band Suburban Henry will be hitting the stage at the Commercial Hotel this Saturday. Band guitarist David Fox said it was great to...

Cross Border Commissioner one step closer

ESTABLISHMENT of a Cross-Border Commissioner is one step closer with legislation to establish the position passing through the South Australian Legislative Council (Upper House)...

Cattle show udderly packed

THERE was a great at-moo-sphere at the Mount Gambier Showgrounds recently, with big crowds checking out the Australian Highland Cattle Society Show. It is...

Veterans advocates fight for wellbeing centre

VETERANS advocates are calling on the State Government to support their plans for a Limestone Coast Veterans Wellbeing Centre. The Limestone Coast Veteran's Services...

Tourism minister visits Kilsby

LABELLED as a prime target for tourism, the Kilsby Sinkhole will be one of the attractions in the Limestone Coast to participate in a...

Further funding needed for palliative care

IN Home Hospice Care services have been secured for several more months after receiving $74,200 under the State Government’s palliative care grants. The care service...

$100m for businesses

The State Government has announced a $100m economic recovery fund for local South Australian businesses. The funding will be over spread over four years, with...

New buildings officially open

FORMER Mount Gambier High School teachers have been recognised with school buildings, built as part of a $6m school upgrade, named after them. The...

Wage increase welcomed

A LIMESTONE Coast union representative has praised the Fair Work Commission following its decision to raise the national minimum wage by 5.2 per cent...

Worldwide Knit in Public Day

DESPITE not being as busy as previous years, avid knitter and Twisted Threads member Julianne Woodruff called Worldwide Knit in Public Day another success....

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Beautiful finish on woodworking career

DAVID Wilsmore, 71, is pulling up stumps after a stellar 15 year career at Bedford Mt Gambier. Mr Wilsmore, who has a visual impairment of...