Staff not stumped by yellow turf

YELLOWING turf at one of the city’s prominent cricketing venues is no cause for concern, according to Mount Gambier City Council. The grass at Frew Park […]

Footballers in pursuit of pride

THE Lower South East will be well represented on the Adelaide Oval tomorrow prior to kick off in the AFL fixture between the Crows and Melbourne. […]

Unit destroyed in suspicious fire

A SUSPICIOUS fire completely destroyed a vacant unit in Mount Gambier on Wednesday night, with investigators continuing to determine the exact cause of the blaze. Mount […]

Schools tree day partnership formed

ONEFORTYONE (OFO) and Tenison Woods College (TWC) have joined forces to take part in this year’s National Schools Tree Day. Students from year levels across the […]

Rook Walk centenary event

THE Mount Gambier History Group and Mount Gambier City Council have called on the community to share stories of their family history to celebrate the centenary […]

Protest voices fall on deaf ears

THE region was well represented on Adelaide’s North Terrace yesterday as Limestone Coast Protection Alliance members arrived in ramped up their campaign against fracking. A busload […]

Forest dump disgust

ONEFORTYONE Plantations has raised alarm over a spate of rubbish dumping across the region, including hazardous asbestos material. Illegal rubbish dumping in Green Triangle forests has […]

Anti-fracking fight reaches parliament

A CONTINGENT of South East residents will take to the steps of State Parliament today to support Greens parliamentarian Mark Parnell’s push to legislate a ban […]

Airline ‘breakthrough’

Fare go: High costs barrier to travel Airport costs under scrutiny Meeting clears air over Mount Gambier service A PROPOSAL by aviation carrier Regional Express to […]