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Health workers encouraged to take ‘time out’

LIMESTONE Coast health workers have been encouraged to take time out this month to prioritise mental wellbeing through simple daily activities. The Limestone Coast...

Ambitious wish list

A REBUILD of the Southern Ports Highway, upgrades to the Beachport and Southend jetty and renovations to Penola High School are among major projects...

Quest for transport

INVESTMENT in regional public transport should be among the South Australian Government’s priorities in the upcoming State Budget, shadow regional development minister Clare Scriven...

A second chance at life

BATHTIME at the Hodgens residence has been shorter than usual this week as the Millicent family shares their tub with a new two-legged friend....

Young Cat close to grand final action

Mount Gambier AFL export Brad Close is a three-time premier as a Tiger but he hopes the iconic “yellow and black” catchcry doesn’t echo...

Bravery rewarded

PORT MacDonnell resident Grant Fensom has been named as the Lions Club of the City of Adelaide and South Australia Police 2020 Citizen of...

Breath of fresh air

AN IDEA hatched by an attempt to cure a four-legged friends’ bad breath has resulted in a lucrative business for Mount Gambier man Adrian...

Council deputy stood down

ONE of Grant District Council’s highest-ranked staff members has been suspended following misconduct complaints lodged by the council’s chief executive officer and mayor. Deputy chief...

Christmas boulevard planned for city

A REVAMPED NF McDonnell and Sons Mount Gambier Christmas Parade plans to transform Blue Lake Sports Park into Santa’s Boulevard. Due to COVID-19 requirements,...

City poised to ride wave of mountain bike popularity

MOUNT Gambier could become a mountain bike tourism destination with key stakeholders currently exploring the potential for further trail expansion and promotion. The...

Toy Library plans Frew Park fun day

AFTER a COVID-19 enforced hiatus, the award-winning Mount Gambier Toy Library will welcome children and their families back to the facility with a stay...

Harry keeps runners on right track

HAS an unusually large volume of runners powered along your street recently? Maybe you have passed a sea of walkers all wearing bright blue shirts...

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Red Cross services those in need

A “PERFECT storm” of issues has resulted in the Red Cross more than doubling its trips for those in need under its Commonwealth Home...

Gearing up