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New Red Cross vehicle makes maiden voyage

A NEW Red Cross minibus connecting Millicent district residents with the Blue Lake city made it maiden voyage this week. The nine-seater van will be...
Josh Williams (2)  TBW Newsgroup

Limestone Coast community drives to assist Kangaroo Island bushfire recovery

POWER tools, household goods, generators and refrigerators will be delivered to Kangaroo Island following an outpour of donations from the Limestone Coast community. For the...

Rail project struggles to get rolling

WATTLE Range Council's proposed Millicent railway precinct redevelopment has hit a stumbling block amid claims of a lack of interest from the state's transport...

Road upgrades to start

WORK will soon start on upgrades along the Millicent-Kingston road, with the State Government overseeing more than $4m of investment into the Princes Highway. The...

Taxi issue ‘put to bed’ by council

MOUNT Gambier City Council will take no further action to reinstate the city's taxi by-law when it expires on January 1 The legislation that permitted council to make its current taxi by-law was repealed by State Parliament in March

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[…]

Drought relief convoy en route

THE regional community is rallying behind drought-stricken farmers south of Tamworth by organising a convoy of trucks laden with hay. Volunteers are expected to head...

Airline meeting to ‘clear the air’

A DELEGATION of regional stakeholders is poised to meet with regional aviation giant Regional Express to “heal wounds” and advocate for expanded services. This follows...

Roundhouse to be razed

THE demolition of Mount Gambier's rail roundhouse will go ahead without any intervention from Mount Gambier City Council despite a last ditch effort by...

Speed limits cut

SPEED limits on four roads in Yahl will be reduced to 80kph following an assessment by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure[...]

Concerns raised about speed limit on ‘scary’ road

GRANT District Council will liaise with the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) to review the speed limit on Mingbool Road[...]

Council urged to find loophole in state taxi legislation

THE future of the taxi system in the region continues to cause a stir throughout the community following announcements of the by-law lapse which...

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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...