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Tidy Mathias   TBW Newsgroup

RSL hall in firing line

THE demolition of the Millicent RSL Hall has been suggested by two Wattle Range Council elected members. The suggestions for the council-owned building have come...
Sinaway Georgiou Tree Planting Program  TBW Newsgroup

Council considers cutting tree target

MOUNT Gambier City Council will consider a change to the city's current tree-planting program which will prioritise quality and size of the trees over...
Tony Henderson Jeff Sinclair Marion Galwey And Wayne Sutcliffe   TBW Newsgroup

Neighbourhood memories shared

SOME little-known facts about a historic Millicent street were shared at the recent South East Family History Group October monthly meeting. Guest speaker Marion Galwey...

Wattle Range Council condemns Bight oil proposal

WATTLE Range Council has condemned proposals to drill for oil in the Great Australian Bight due to the threat of environmental harm. Following a spirited...
Councillor David Laurie TBW Newsgroup

Nominations open to fill Robe position

NOMINATIONS to fill the extraordinary vacancy on the Robe District Council will open on September 26 and close a fortnight later. Deputy mayor Peter Riseley...

Council eyes club site for rebuild

WATTLE Range Council will spend up to $50,000 to investigate whether to spend $3.5m within the next five years for a new office at...

Millicent Legacy Widows Club seek new members

A MILLICENT group is on the look-out for new members as its monthly meetings have recently got under way for 2019. Millicent Legacy Widows Club...

Extra dredging work needed

A REQUEST for further dredging of the Beachport boat ramp at a cost of $89,000 is set to be considered by Wattle Range Council...

Hungry drivers cause headaches

MOUNT Gambier City Council will vote to implement no stopping zones at the Jubilee Highway East and Attamurra Road intersection to improve traffic safety...

Sell-off talk for Millicent Saleyards

THE possible privatisation of the Millicent Saleyards is being explored by Wattle Range Council. Staff have been directed to prepare a report on the concept...

Contamination check at rail site

SCIENTIFIC reports costing $70,000 have been commissioned by Wattle Range Council to determine the level of soil and water contamination at the former Millicent...

Climate concerns

NEWLY elected Robe councillor Peter Riseley recently used his final monthly mayoral message to repeat his oft-stated concerns on climate change. "It is in my opinion the greatest threat to humanity," Mr Riseley told the October[...]

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Money raised for worthy cause

THE Robe Bowling Club held its Wheel to Walk twilight bowls last week, which was hailed a big success financially and socially. The weather...

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