War-time memories remain

I WAS 14 years old when the war started and tried to enlist immediately. But my dad always had the same answer – you’ll get a […]

Seaweed dump has fishers ‘in a stink’

THE Port MacDonnell multi-million dollar rock lobster processing sector has warned the industry will be potentially tarnished if thousands of cubic metres of rotting seaweed is […]

Service centre goes extra mile

BRIDGESTONE Service Centre Mount Gambier has been named the top performing regional store in South Australia/Northern Territory in the annual Bridgestone MasterClass program awards, presented at […]

Future remains unknown for Pioneers

IT has been a tense few weeks for the Mount Gambier Pioneers basketball club, with its future unsure. Back on August 18 Basketball Australia stated it […]

Young drivers educated

MORE than 100 high school students from across the Limestone Coast took part in the annual Rotary Youth Driver Awareness (RYDA) program hosted by Lakes Rotary […]

Luck of the draw for candidates

A MAJORITY of Mount Gambier City Council candidates turned out to watch the ballot draw at the civic centre yesterday afternoon, with the notable exception of […]

Millicent group scouts new members

THE Millicent Scouts Group could be forced to close its doors due to a lack of community support and a decline in membership numbers. The group […]