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Police ready to enforce plan compliance

LIMESTONE Coast Police will ramp up compliance checks on businesses in the region to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in South Australia. It follows...

New rules praised

SOUTH Australia’s independent and peak business body has labelled the move to a one person per two square metre density rule from next Monday...
Shane Dycer  TBW Newsgroup

Building company avoids major disruptions to ‘remain active’ across Limestone Coast

A MOUNT Gambier building company says the industry remains active in the Limestone Coast and is yet to feel the economic impacts of the...
Shelves 6  TBW Newsgroup

Call for calm amid Coronavirus panic

MOUNT Gambier's peak business group has called for people not to "panic" amid the coronavirus health crisis. The caution comes as hundreds of consumers in...
Bizboost (1)  TBW Newsgroup

Businesses ‘switched on’

MILLICENT'S small to medium sized businesses are embracing technology to stay innovative, in contrast with a recent report showing 85pc of small businesses are...

Businesses pay price for levy hikes

THE State Government's increase to the solid waste levy will result in higher concentrations of illegal dumping in forest plantations, the State Opposition has...
George Copelin Landscape   TBW Newsgroup

‘Crippling fees’ hit bottle shops

LICENSED bottle shops at Mount Burr and Nangwarry are in jeopardy due to crippling rises in State Government licence fees. The annual Mount Burr charges...
Bec Williamson  TBW Newsgroup

High water bill relief in pipeline for customers

MEMBER for Mount Gambier Troy Bell says regional residents have a right to feel "angry" over exorbitant SA Water bills and deserve immediate relief. This...
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Unlucky truckie gets sinking feeling

A GARBAGE truck had to be freed from a hole which formed in a Mount Gambier car park yesterday morning, swallowing the vehicle's right...
Max And Milla Prowse  TBW Newsgroup

University study links sustainable practices to business performance

BUSINESSES which adopt environmentally sustainable practices perform better across a wide range of industries and economies, a University of South Australia study claims. Coinciding with...

Brazen thieves in sights

A NEW strategy involving social media has become a successful option for small businesses to combat brazen shoplifters in the region. All small businesses are...

State tourism council announces name change

THE SOUTH Australian Tourism Industry Council has changed its name to avoid the "common confusion" with the similarly named State Government tourism body. The non-for-profit...

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Kalangadoo remembers WWII veterans

MEMBERS of the Kalangadoo community will gather on April 18 to remember two World War II veterans for the town’s annual Anzac commemoration service....