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Miracle cancer recovery

PINK has always played a prominent role in Penola resident Jenny Pahl’s wardrobe, but the bright colour now holds a heartfelt meaning for the...

Road safety campaign targets solo driver risk

A STRIKING series of billboards will line Limestone Coast roads this month as South Australia Police urge regional residents to consider the consequences of...

Tenison Woods College class of 2020 say farewell

TENISON Woods College said farewell to its class of 2020 last week during their last formal day of schooling. On Thursday October 22, the college...

Code of practice pledge

PRIMARY Industries and Regional Development Minister David Basham has pledged to discuss a timber processor-backed draft forestry code of practice with the Australian Competition...

Paper trail leads woman to Filipino relatives

A FOLDER of paperwork was all Mount Gambier resident Keisha Seiler had to help start her international search for her birth family. It took...

Landowner support needed for endangered species

LIMESTONE Coast landowners can now access funding to help plant trees and protect habitat for the endangered South-eastern Red-trailed Black Cockatoo. The Communities helping Cockies...

Chamber provides ’strong community presence’ for seven decades

THE MOUNT Gambier Chamber of Commerce - a proud advocate for the city’s business sector - will celebrate its 70th anniversary next month. The city’s...

Hub naming an important step for community

MOUNT Gambier councillor Frank Morello has urged the community to consider selecting one of two shortlisted Boandik names for the multi-million dollar community and...

Wattle Range swimming sites to open

ALL Wattle Range Council swimming facilities will open on time for the 2020/21 swim season, with Penola Pool opening early for swimming lessons. ...

Boundary shifts 35,000

A PROPOSED alteration to the northern boundary of MacKillop will unnecessarily displace 35,000 electors across South Australia according to the State Liberals, with the...

Chief slams party politics

OUTGOING Mount Gambier City Council chief executive has launched an extraordinary broadside at the behaviour of elected members, telling ratepayers “party politics playing...

Key project win for Dartmoor community

AN unused section of rail corridor in the heart of Dartmoor will be transformed into a shared use path, bringing a key community-driven project...

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Stan Thomson’s debut novel

MOUNT Gambier personality Stan Thomson has released his debut novel, following the life of a young Craig Erskine after the Second World War. Mr...

Locals bypassed