Volunteer recognition

COUNTRY Fire Authority volunteers have saved lives and property for decades and while the faces might be changing and the service evolving to meet changing needs, they remain an essential part of our community.
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Lionesses look back with pride

CARING, supportive and determined are three words used to describe Lioness Club of Mount Gambier members who have gone out of their way to help those […]

Applications open for community grants

THE nib foundation is encouraging local registered charities committed to improving health and wellbeing outcomes to apply for funding as part of its community grants program[…]

Courtyard concept plan

THE Penola and District Medical Support Group is encouraging the community to band together to help fund a beneficial courtyard between the Penola and District War […]

Sunset Kitchen secures government grant

STRUGGLING members of the community will continue to receive much needed support from a local organisation with thanks to a generous grant. The Sunset Community Kitchen […]

What happened to our tidy town?

“WHAT happened to our tidy town?” was the question on many ratepayers’ lips this month as residents expressed disappointment at the state of the city’s streets. […]

City health council ‘all talk, no action’

MOUNT Gambier Liberal candidate Craig Marsh has criticised outgoing Mount Gambier and Districts Health Advisory Council (HAC) leader Penny Richardson, claiming she failed to fight on […]

Community appeal brightens Christmas

AS CHRISTMAS Day nears, Mayor Andrew Lee has appealed to the community to dig deep and support the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. The cause […]

Community Christmas

COMPANIONSHIP, a festive feast and plenty of Christmas cheer will be on the menu at this year’s Mount Gambier Community Christmas Day Lunch. The volunteer-run event, […]