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Drivers targeted as police step up

POLICE have highlighted their major, annual high-visibility South Australian road safety operation in a bid to make drivers consider their responsibilities behind the wheel over the festive period.[...]

Home detention for disqualified driver

A MILLICENT man who drove disqualified will serve a period of imprisonment on home detention due to a previous poor history of traffic offending. Bryan...

Drivers in spotlight

POLICE have warned against the dangers of driving while affected by illicit drugs after 16 motorists were caught during drug testing in the region...

Speeding drivers prompt warning

TWO drivers have lost their licences for driving at more than 40kph over the speed limit in the South East and prompted a warning...

Fatality leads to driver extradition

A MOUNT Gambier truck driver has been extradited to Victoria after being charged for his involvement in a fatal crash near Portland in March. Peter...

Timber stolen in brazen Millicent theft

A STOLEN truck loaded with timber decking ploughed through the fence of a prominent Millicent business in the early hours of yesterday morning in...

Health minister visits Mount Gambier Hospital as workers raise safety alarm

HEALTH Minister Stephen Wade yesterday spoke with staff regarding safety issues at Mount Gambier Hospital, including its emergency department. This follows staff and patients raising...

Fuzz locks down funds

ONE Limestone Coast police officer is making a difference for men's health and supporting prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention research...

Proposed law targets child exploitation suspects

INDIVIDUALS suspected of distributing child sexual exploitation material will be forced to provide investigators with passwords and fingerprint scans to their devices or face...

Violent criminal sparks manhunt

A VIOLENT criminal who was released on home detention bail was arrested by police yesterday after correctional services lost track of him on Friday...

No bites for fishing knife tale

A MOUNT Gambier man who was located at a local hotel in possession of a fishing knife received a small fine in court on Tuesday. Gage Michael Leddin, 19, appeared unrepresented in the Mount Gambier Magistrates Court[...]

Shoot to kill authority granted

POLICE will have shoot to kill powers in the event of a terrorist threat under recent laws passed by State Parliament. Under the new legislation, the Commissioner of Police will have the power to declare an incident a "terrorist[...]

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Back in town to transform community gym

A NEW era dawns for the Millicent Gymnastics Club, with a full time coach and club manager appointed this week. Fiona McDonald will take on...