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Veteran ponders Kabul fallout

LIKE many veterans of the Afghanistan war, I watched the news of Kabul falling rapidly to Taliban control with a variety of emotions; shock,...

League change to benefit all

IT IS with great intrigue I read the latest article surrounding the current debate about the future of football and netball in the Limestone...

Talking about younger generations

THE defining song of the 1960s younger generation, The Who’s ‘My Generation’, starts with ‘People try to put us down!’. I wonder what The Who’s...

Keep plastic out of landfill

PLASTIC Free July has passed again and more plastic is being produced for human use than ever. Crushable plastic can be washed and dried and...

Homelessness a key issue

IT IS National Homelessness Week, which gives The Salvation Army, and other not for profit organisations in the community, an opportunity to highlight the...

Farm safety for all ages

THIS week is National Farm Safety Week. Themed ‘Farm Safety Through The Ages - From 2-92’, the message aims to highlight the key safety issues...

Quest to become a loving country

The psychologist, social researcher and writer, Hugh Mackay has written a book titled ‘The Kindness Revolution.’ 2020 was a year like no other for Australians...

Rainbow flag decision praise

LGBTIQA+ Limestone Coast Connect is the region's only active LGBTIQA+ group and is in the process of building it's presence and awareness. We applaud...

Small town makes big impact

PRAISE has flowed in for the Tarpeena Cancer Support Group - led by 90-year-old Poppy Howe - after last week's article in The Border...

Search to rehome war badge

A COUPLE of weeks before Christmas 2020, a local prospector Ken Winnell came across what he thought was a war medal at Park Lake...

City sites turn red for cause

A NUMBER of Mount Gambier landmarks will be lighting-up red June 1-7 as part of World Haemochromatosis Week. Haemochromatosis is the most common genetic...

Call for action on kangaroos

I’m writing to express my concern at the number of kangaroos lining the sides of the road while travelling between Millicent and Mount Gambier. I...

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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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