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DURING Mental Health Awareness month in October last year I wrote an opinion piece for The Border Watch about the ‘shadow pandemic’ and the...

Support local

YOU'VE heard it many times but now is really the time to support local. Our hospitality, retail and fitness businesses have been through some of...

Editorial

RECENTLY there is clear evidence that local government is far more democratic than our State Government. It only takes a mayor, a handful of councillors...

Editorial

ELECTION campaigns usually have at least two contenders showering our communities with promises. With only six weeks until we go to the polls, it seems...

Editorial

THE Crater Lakes fire highlighted to 25,000 people the massive effort our firefighting men and women make to protect our community. In many ways, the...

Australia Day is a time for reflection and celebration

AUSTRALIA Day is a time for reflection and celebration. To reflect on all that we have achieved together on our journey thus far and a...

Editorial

THIS year is shaping up to be interesting politically. All three levels of government go to the polls this year. Two out the three levels of...

State Government must ease restrictions

AS we roll into a New Year and a new wave of Covid, it’s important to remind ourselves what we have to be thankful...

Editorial

THE reality is that Covid-19 has now entrenched itself into our communities. Since the outbreak of Covid-19, people living in the Limestone Coast have mainly...

Covid breaking point

AT what point does a system break down? That is the question I ask myself in relation to the State Government's handling of the...

Editorial

AS the dawn of a new year approaches, so does the new approach to dealing with the pandemic. Let’s face it, SA Health has...

Building a cohesive community in 2022

AS a community are we becoming more abusive to others? Abusive people believe they have the right to control and bully other people....

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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...