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Pines Enduro 400 nominations open

THE Millicent Sand Buggy Club’s Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400 will return in 2021, continuing a 42-year racing history. Entries are now open...

Council considers sin bin tags

KALANGADOO, Mount Burr and Nangwarry residents could have the contents of their kerbside bin examined to reduce contamination and properly sort and clean recyclable...

Limestone Coast workers file wage theft allegations

MORE than 30 current and former workers at four Limestone Coast supermarkets owned by Eudunda Farmers have claimed they were underpaid and misclassified as...

Wattle Range postpones RDA cut

WATTLE Range Council will postpone a decision to withdraw almost $20,000 in funding to the Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) until after representatives...

Mount Gambier residents ‘Take the Plunge’

Mount Gambier women Brittany Case and Venita Coutts are set to ‘Take the Plunge’ today, to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities South...

McDonnell’s softwood mill to be sold

The AAM Investment Group has agreed to terms for the purchase of the Mount Gambier based N.F. McDonnell & Sons softwood timber processing business,...

Rock lobster season rolls in early

The southern zone commercial rock lobster season opened two weeks early on Wednesday, with commercial fishers being able to carry over 20 pc of...

Wattle Range mayor

WATTLE Range mayor Des Noll says he is “concerned and disillusioned” with the decision-making process of elected members following an eleventh hour attempt to...

Shortage forces firefighters and police to drive ambulances

FOLLOWING revelations Penola Country Fire Service (CFS) volunteers were recently called upon to drive an ambulance, the South Australian Ambulance Service (SAAS) says an...

Teenager leaves lasting mark

HE WAS a talented soccer goalkeeper and passionate about the environment, but William Fry will be remembered most as "the best son a parent...

Fringe Festival returns

MOUNT Gambier will be transported to another world next year with the Fringe Festival receiving the green light once again. Following the cancellation of...

Forestry carbon credit push on ice

STATE and Federal MPs have poured cold water on Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell’s push to lease carbon credits generated from the South...

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Young Saints stand tall

A GRADE - MILLICENT 12.11 (83) d SOUTH GAMBIER 7.6 (48) A STRONG second half handed Millicent its second Western Border football premiership in three...