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Beautiful finish on woodworking career

DAVID Wilsmore, 71, is pulling up stumps after a stellar 15 year career at Bedford Mt Gambier. Mr Wilsmore, who has a visual impairment of...

Out and about at Generations in Jazz Gala Concert

Music lovers from around the Limestone Coast filled the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre last Thursday for the Generations in Jazz Gala Concert.

Stars steal show at Kelpie Muster

DOGS were clearly the stars at the annual Australian Kelpie Muster in Casterton recently, with a couple standing out from the crowd. They were not...

More homes needed for children in care

THE ongoing housing shortage is causing difficulties with children in care being “shuffled around” as a carer calls on the State Government for better...

Vintage bikes on show

VINTAGE motorbikes will be on show for the community next month while also raising funds for the Cancer Council. The Mount Gambier Classic and...

Red Cross services those in need

A “PERFECT storm” of issues has resulted in the Red Cross more than doubling its trips for those in need under its Commonwealth Home...

Mental health service improved

MENTAL health services at the Mount Gambier and District Hospital have improved, according to the State's leading psychiatrist. In August of last year, South...

Top award given to Lions member

AFTER being involved in the Lions Club for more than 20 years, Mount Gambier’s Trevor Fulton was awarded the Lions Melvin Jones Fellowship Award...

James hangs up hat after 33 years

RENOWNED jazz musician James Morrison will be stepping down from his role with Generations in Jazz (GIJ). After more than three decades as artistic director,...

Wulanda Centre communication questioned

COMMUNITY reference group members and Mount Gambier City councillors have expressed concerns surrounding communication regarding the Wulanda Recreation Centre. The concerns comes due to...

Closing the yield gap on legumes

A GRAINS Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) legume project in South Australia will feature 33 trials sown this year. In its second year, the legume...

Grant High School takes a trip through time

GRANT High School are taking a trip through time with their musical Musical She Wrote. The performance will be a throwback to musical's past,...

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Beautiful finish on woodworking career

DAVID Wilsmore, 71, is pulling up stumps after a stellar 15 year career at Bedford Mt Gambier. Mr Wilsmore, who has a visual impairment of...