No such thing as too many cooks

MEALS on Wheels South Australia has celebrated a major milestone this month by delivering its 50 millionth meal. The volunteer-based organisation has been operating in South […]

Family diaries open to public

THE diary of a local man has taken residents back to Millicent’s earlier times when there were “less rules so people had to use their common […]

Lobbying pays off with chaplaincy funding

MOUNT Gambier schools will benefit from the continuation of the National School Chaplaincy Program, with the Federal Government contributing an extra $247m in the 2018/19 budget. […]

Global audience for jazz event

GENERATIONS in Jazz will reach a global audience next year as part of Sydney’s International Jazz Day celebrations. But the unique venue – a massive big […]

Roos on the rise

WHILE the Western Border football match of the round this week is undoubtedly across the border at Island Park, here in the Blue Lake City there […]

Boys helped through trauma

GAMBIER City Lions Club is helping domestic violence victims get a fresh start in life through the donation of hundreds of dollars of essential items. The […]

Illegal dumping crackdown warning

COUNCIL authorities have issued a fresh warning over people continuing to illegally dump household rubbish on the fringe areas of Mount Gambier. With trailer loads of […]

Plea for answers

THE aunt of murdered Mount Gambier man Stephen Newton – who was found dead in his home in 2011 – has revealed she is confident in […]