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Matilda And Liz Spencer  TBW Newsgroup

Locks chopped for charity

A LITTLE girl with a big heart and long locks will make a bold change in the coming weeks, donating her hair for use...
Meagan And Mackenzie North Primary School  TBW Newsgroup

Students turn new page

CHILDREN across the Limestone Coast joined their peers around Australia for National Simultaneous Storytime yesterday, entering the world of chicken divas Whitney and Britney...
David Mezinec  TBW Newsgroup

Schools safe for students’ return

LIMESTONE Coast schools are preparing for increased numbers of children at their facilities next week as South Australia's Chief Public Health Officer delivered a...
Lenny, Judd And Max Outdoors  TBW Newsgroup

Nature play areas encourage childhood development

NATURE play areas across the Limestone Coast may be having more of an impact on childhood development than previously thought. A country-first study conducted by...
Jane Qualmann  TBW Newsgroup

Seeds of Hope group raises funds to help revive bushfire affected gardens

A GROUP of "green thumbs" have joined forces to create Seeds of Hope, a fundraiser dedicated to reviving gardens lost in the recent Australian...
Zoe And Greg National Enviro Day  TBW Newsgroup

Children make mark on environment through park planting program

MELALEUCA Park Primary School students have geared up with their best garden gloves into make their mark on the environment. As a collaborative World Environment...
Back To School2web TBW Newsgroup

Driver caution urged as school returns

AS CHILDREN across the region return to classrooms this week to continue their schooling journey, drivers are urged to behave appropriately around school zones. Thousands...

Limestone Coast bus operators express frustration

INDEPENDENT Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell has urged motorists to slow down around buses during student pick up and drop off. "Bus operators have...

Young readers ‘go wild’

BOOK lovers discovered a new world and a curiosity for creatures during the school holidays as part of the Millicent Public Library's Summer Reading...

Family on board with bus review

A NANGWARRY parent whose children attend Mary MacKillop Memorial School has welcomed the State Government's public consultation investigating whether non-government students should be allowed...

Kindergarten upgrades celebrated

MILLICENT North Kindergarten opened its gates to the community last week to celebrate the completion of several major upgrades. Despite afternoon rain and gusty winds,...

Children’s centre upgrade complete

A WOODEN boat, rope suspension bridge and a drama platform are just some of the exciting new additions to Penola's McKay Children's Centre's outdoor...

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Federal funds support export growth

KEY industry groups responsible for supporting several Limestone Coast ag-industries have received federal funding to explore new export market opportunities for the region's producers. Meat...

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