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$1b industry exemption appeal

THE region’s $1b-plus forest products sector has urged Premier Steven Marshall to ensure the industry remains an “essential service” through any roll-out of further COVID-19 restrictions. […]

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Money grows on pine trees

A PROMINENT national timber industry association has warned the region’s plantation estate must grow to accommodate expansion in the processing sector. Australian Forest Products Association SA […]

Veterans gone but not forgotten

AN INTIMATE gathering of around 30 people paid their respects to those who fought in South Africa between 1899 and 1902 at the Boer War Memorial […]

Exploring the depths: The Shaft

AS we cautiously drop into the depths, I glance up to see daylight shining through a small hole far above us, knowing it is the only […]

Sinkhole prime for diver training

KNOWN primarily as a training site among cave divers, Gouldens Sinkhole in Mount Schank has seen thousands of students explore its cold and normally murky waters […]

Coldest sinkhole a ‘hidden gem’

KNOWN among cave divers as the coldest sinkhole in the South East, Ela Elap is hidden in a paddock on private property in Mount Schank. At […]

Highway to underwater heaven

A UNIQUE sinkhole in the middle of a state highway linking Mount Gambier and Port MacDonnell has been attracting cave divers to the South East for […]

Lone tree marks mysterious deep cavern

KNOWN as “One Tree” by the cave diving community, this water-filled sinkhole gained its name from a lone pine tree standing near its northern edge. On […]

Natural underwater wonder explored

HIDDEN in a vast pine plantation on the outskirts of Mount Gambier lies one of the Lower South East’s most valued treasures – a picturesque waterfilled […]