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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...

Cop shop closure concern

THE future of the Beachport, Lucindale, Kalangadoo and Port MacDonnell police stations is under a cloud with a SA Police regional policing review floating...

Council cans Millicent Railway Lands project

PLANS to develop the Millicent Railway Lands has been mothballed as Wattle Range Council estimates potential investigation costs will hit $450,000 to address soil...

Firies fought to save own land

APPROXIMATELY 90pc of the landscape destroyed in Avenue-Blackford fire is owned by Country Fire Service (CFS) volunteers, with losses ranging from $50,000 to $107,000,...

Grant District Council secret tape revealed

A COUNCIL meeting called to address code of conduct issues within Grant District Council was partly in response to claims staff members were “harassed"...

State success is in fashion

A MOUNT Gambier event with a focus on ending fast fashion and promoting sustainability has been named South Australia's community event of the year...

Riding summer tourism wave

WITH global travel ruled out due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Limestone Coast's premier wine region is urging visitors to soak up the best...

Penola teen spreads self love message

A STRONG-WILLED Penola youth who used her personal challenges to become a role model for her peers has been named the township's 2021 Wattle...

Former Target Country employee recalls history

THE final trading days of Target Country Millicent has sent one resident and former employee on a trip down memory lane as she retells...

Council eyes lasers to combat corellas

MOUNT Gambier City Council is investigating the use of lasers at Blue Lake Sports Park to combat damage caused by flocks of corellas. During this...

Tourist influx boosts economy

LIMESTONE Coast businesses believe the current summer holiday period has been the busiest ever seen, with a regional tourism leader overwhelmed by positive response...

Program forges path for skilled women

A MOUNT Gambier timber giant will be supported in helping skilled women re-enter the workforce through a Federal Government pilot initiative. One Forty One Plantations...

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Woman dies in crash at Wye

A woman has died, and a young boy has been left in a critical condition following a car crash at Wye. About 12.30pm today,...

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