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South East Native Title claim – Who will be affected

"PEOPLE will not be losing their homes or their land," Mount Gambier Aboriginal community representative Mark Lovett told The Border Watch this week, keen...

Drillers tap into fresh water supply

THE state's water authority is drilling a new bore in Mount Gambier to secure public drinking water supply to more than 26,000 residents in...

Lions District Governor pays a visit

TOURING the Blue Lake city last week, Lions Australia district governor Judy Glastonbury explored an array of projects undertaken by the hardworking Lions Club...

Lifeline event brings people together

A QUIET morning of reflection was shared by many Mount Gambier residents on Saturday morning at the annual Out of the Shadows event. A national...

LCFA: Reigning champions still in title hunt

BACK-TO-BACK premierships remain within reach for Gambier Centrals, after the side claimed victory over Blue Lake in the Limestone Coast soccer elimination final at...

Suicide awareness community event

FIGHTING the stigma of suicide, Lifeline South East will once again host the nationally recognised Out of the Shadows free community breakfast next week. Held...

LCFA: Centrals hit hard

A SLOW start eventually saw Gambier Centrals hit hard in the second term against Portland, as it hosted the Panthers for a 5-2 victory...

LCFA: Blue Lake remains in top four

BLUE Lake is now in a prime position to defend its place in the top four of the Limestone Coast Football Association ladder, as...

Tourism sector progresses industry plan

TOURISM Mount Gambier chair Kent Comley has revealed the tourism industry body will soon unveil a dynamic website to drive the city's visitor economy. The...

Another triumph for Apollo

APOLLO added yet another triumph to its string of victories on Sunday, when it travelled to Malseed Park to take on Blue Lake in...

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Data shows voluntary euthanasia support

LIMESTONE Coast residents are overwhelmingly supportive of voluntary assisted dying laws, with two-thirds of MacKillop and Mount Gambier voters believing terminally ill patients should...

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