Volunteer firefighters happy to be alive

REGIONAL volunteer firefighters on-board a charter plane are lucky to have escaped serious injury following a dramatic incident at the Mount Gambier Airport. Five volunteer firefighters […]

Beach Energy is here to stay

BEACH Energy is set to have a permanent presence in the heart of Penola after securing a building on Church Street for its regional office. The refurbished building will be a modern office space and will include information[…]

Interschool Lego league contested

LIMESTONE Coast schools have been preparing brick by brick for the regional South East Lego League. Last Friday, Reidy Park Primary School held its first interschool […]

Pioneers ready to play hard ball

THE community campaign to save the embattled Pioneers Basketball Club is gathering momentum as the iconic sporting institution faces possible elimination. The 30-year-old sporting club has […]

K&S announces profit increase

REGIONAL transport giant K&S Corporation Limited has announced a jump in profits after an increase in operating revenue. Announcing last financial year’s results last week, the transport[…]

Groups to deliver landcare program

SOUTH East Natural Resources Management and Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Authority are among 47 organisations selected to deliver the $450m National Landcare Regional Land Partnerships Program.
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Winnovation nomination

WOMEN in regional communities are being urged to apply for the annual Winnovation Awards, with nominations closing July 31.[…]

Forestry back on federal agenda

THE Australian Forest Products Association yesterday welcomed Federal Labor’s commitment to deliver “a comprehensive strategic plan” for the forest sector should it be elected.[…]

Specialist health link

MOUNT Gambier and district residents who experience a stroke will have access to expanded after-hours clinical support at the city’s hospital, which has been described by […]

Regional tourism growth roadblock

SOUTH Australia’s regional tourism is being handicapped by inadequate roads and access to water, power and internet services, according to Robe Mayor Peter Riseley.[…]