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Businesses face challenge to keep Penola on the map

BUSINESS operators have called for greater promotion of Penola's tourism credentials to ensure potential visitors do not bypass the town when a heavy vehicle...

Country cash splash

REGIONAL South Australia is the big winner of the State Liberal Government's first budget, with more than $773m of investment across services, infrastructure and...

Budget funds drive Penola Bypass project

AFTER six decades of debate, the long-awaited Penola Bypass is expected to be complete in 2020 with the Marshall Government committing to stage two...

Penola bypass a priority despite tight budget

DESPITE forewarning of a tough first budget, Treasurer Rob Lucas has reiterated the State Liberals’ election pledge to complete the Penola Bypass. Mr Lucas said the long-awaited stage[…]

Regional health pledge

THE Australian Conservatives will implement all 49 recommendations of the Parliamentary Inquiry into Regional Health Services under a MacKillop-specific policy announcement if elected after Saturday's state election.[...]

‘Pathetic’ parties criticised for Penola bypass snub

A WAR over the project cost of the Penola bypass has resulted in SA-Best leader Nick Xenophon labelling major parties as "pathetic" for not...

Wattle Range wish list

WATTLE Range Council is hoping a lengthy wish list to political candidates will improve its chances of securing funding for key priority projects ahead of the state election.[...]

Pledge bypassed – Marshall uncommitted

STATE Opposition leader Steven Marshall failed to commit funding for the Penola bypass as an election pledge when he visited the town last week. Despite...

Mining royalties proposed to fund regional roadways

BACKLOGGED regional road maintenance will be funded through a new mining royalty revenue scheme if the State Liberals are elected to government at next...

Mayor set to hand up robes

WATTLE Range Council will face a major change in 12 months with current mayor Peter Gandolfi announcing he will not stand for re-election at the next Local Government election.[...]

Speed limit reduction ‘example of government’s regional neglect’

THE speed limit drop on eight regional roads is a further example of the State Government neglecting the regions, Liberal candidate for MacKillop Nick...

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Wild ride rewarded with podium finish

IT has been a wild ride for Mount Gambier Wingless Sprint driver Mitchell Broome in recent weeks. Broome caused a fair amount of damage to...