New faces elected to council chamber

MOUNT Gambier City Council is set for a major shakeup with four new faces elected to the chamber. Elected member positions were tightly contested as vote counting was finalised yesterday, with a number of incumbent[…]

Morello motivated for more

INCUMBENT councillor Frank Morello has labelled “unfinished business” as the key motivator behind his decision to nominate for a second term on Mount Gambier City Council. […]

City Council wastes no time

MOUNT Gambier City Council will apply for funding through the State Government’s $12.4m support package for local government following China’s ban on foreign waste imports[…]

Indoor pool plan resurfaces

Text your view – What are your views on a potential indoor public pool facility for Mount Gambier? ONCE rated among the top infrastructure priorities for […]

Youth key to future

MOUNT Gambier City Council elected members prioritised recommendations from its youth engagement strategy and culture and heritage plan at a workshop this week. Both the youth […]

Stage legend back in spotlight

A GIANT pixelated portrait of Sir Robert Helpmann is taking shape as external renovations continue at Mount Gambier’s civic centre. Zinc panels fixed to a steel […]

Civic Centre fly tower revamp

[caption id="attachment_3565" align="aligncenter" width="600"] FLY TOWER UPGRADE BEGINS: Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre manager Frank Morello, Dycer Constructions managing director Chris Dycer and Mount Gambier City Council regulatory services manager Michael Silvy on site at the Civic Centre, where the construction of scaffolding is nearly complete, ahead of a $1.3m refurbishment project.[/caption]