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Geoff Two Seedlings  TBW Newsgroup

Pressure mounts to lift travel restrictions

BORDER restrictions could be lifted within weeks amid mounting pressure from the business sector and federal political heavyweights. It is understood restrictions could first scrapped...
Scott Merrett Adam Merret Sam Pfeiffer Jayden Eldridge  TBW Newsgroup

Penola captain wins Barry Stringer award in state football match

SOUTH Australia's country football team returned from the west after a close defeat at the hands of Western Australia, but were certainly not disgraced. The...
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Footballers prepare for AFL curtain-raiser

THE South Australia Country football team has been finalised, with 22 players from across the state set to make the westward journey to Perth...
Kirk Gibbs Manjimup 15000  TBW Newsgroup

Gibbs charges to second in iconic event

FORMER Mount Gambier motocross rider Kirk Gibbs fell one point short of another Manjimup 15000 crown, when he competed in Western Australia on the...
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STAFF PROFILE: Mitch Radford – Apprentice Printer

JOINING The Border Watch almost four years ago, apprentice printer Mitch Radford has been an integral part of the newspaper production team. He began his...

Western Australia sends outbacks into turmoil

THE penultimate round of the 2019 Australian Country Cricket Championships was played on Wednesday and the South Australian Outbacks failed to improve on their...

Close eye kept on major lobster industry changes

PROFESSIONAL fishers along the South East are watching with interest as the Western Australian government introduces major changes to the state's lobster fishery. The WA...

Mount Gambier woman stranded way out west

"DURING those last two days I was starting to get panicky and thinking 'this could be the end for me'," Mount Gambier woman Brooke...

Men’s Shed members meet for cross-border cluster

MEN'S shed members from across the South East and Western Victoria recently descended on Mount Gambier for the cross-border cluster. Held four times a year,...

Water effective in water filtration

AGRICULTURAL waste can be used to rapidly filter lead from wastewater, new Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has found. An ECU study found canola stalks and lupin straw, which currently have no commercial use[...]

Portland showcased as premier cruise destination

PORTLAND was showcased as a premier regional cruise destination at Australia's biggest cruise conference in Western Australia this month Glenelg Shire Council met some of the world's biggest cruise operators at the[...}

Festival’s ‘adopted son’ returns with partner in crime for Royal Oak show

AFTER a successful tour of outback Western Australia, Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival's "adopted son" Archer is returning to perform at The Royal Oak Hotel. "Partner...

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Data shows voluntary euthanasia support

LIMESTONE Coast residents are overwhelmingly supportive of voluntary assisted dying laws, with two-thirds of MacKillop and Mount Gambier voters believing terminally ill patients should...

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