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Simone Kain  TBW Newsgroup

Penola entrepreneur to guide State Premier

PENOLA businesswoman and entrepreneur Simone Kain will join a peer group to advise Premier Steven Marshall on how to attract and retain young global...
Ian And Baiden Sharam  TBW Newsgroup

Men’s Shed members continue community projects following forced closure

PENOLA Men's Shed members have picked up power tools and continued to complete community work after returning to the facility after a forced closure. The...
Peter Rymill  TBW Newsgroup

Community leader tackles fresh project

THE Penola and District Cultural Fund has farewelled its founder with Peter Rymill resigning after more than 20 years at the helm. Mr Rymill has...
Ruby And Alex (2)  TBW Newsgroup

Students get through testing times

YEAR 12 students have returned to the classroom for term three, buoyed by the knowledge end of year exams will go ahead in 2020. Written...
Steven Hill (2)  TBW Newsgroup

Farmers face uncertainty heading towards spring sale season

PENOLA district farmers have raised concerns about the financial implications of the South Australia-Victoria border restrictions on the primary produce sector as the typically...
Ulrich Grey Smith (5)  TBW Newsgroup

School upgrade plan triggers facility relocation discussion

NEW details have been released regarding the Penola Community Library redevelopment following public concerns access to the facility would be limited. Penola High School has...
Ella  TBW Newsgroup

Wattle Range mayor recognises student achievements

WATTLE Range Council has highlighted youths across the local government area as part of its 2020 Youth Recognition awards ceremony. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the...
Anne Miller (2)  TBW Newsgroup

‘Full steam ahead’ for Penola music event

LIMESTONE Coast music lovers will also get a laugh out of the headline act booked for the inaugural Penola Music Festival. Comedic musician Peter Denahy...
Peter Balnaves  TBW Newsgroup

Grape prices increase positive following tough vintage

A SURVEY of Coonawarra wineries has revealed the 2020 wine crush was the lowest since 2014, in line with a national drop in yields. Despite...
Nirmal Grewal  TBW Newsgroup

Community adapts to evolving challenges living and working across state lines

A PENOLA doctor has raised concerns about the potential impacts to the state's healthcare system as a result of differing restrictions between South Australia...
Josie Abbey (2)  TBW Newsgroup

McCorquindale Park committee lodges $50,000 upgrade bid

CHILDREN of all ages may be getting back to basic play with the vision for a nature playground at McCorquindale Park in a Penola...
David Galpin (5)  TBW Newsgroup

Border residents stuck in the middle

A WARRAWINDI farmer continues to navigate changing cross-border compliance measures that impact his interstate agricultural enterprise. Last week's introduction of tightened restrictions along the South...

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Creativity part of community connection puzzle

DECORATED puzzle pieces will symbolise connection throughout the Glenelg Shire Council area as part of a new collaborative arts project. The Connected Community Project, launched...