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Budget brings living cost relief

Limestone Coast residents are set to receive a rebate on their electricity bills, following the Federal Government handing down its budget on Tuesday night.
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Volunteer in spotlight

Aquarter of a century of service to Mount Gambier’s Centrestage Community Theatre has been recognised. Chris Davey was honoured with a life membership award at a ceremony at the Wehl Street Theatre. Mr Davey was the...

Mushroom lane ‘glow up’

Apopular Limestone Coast tourist attraction will open in a revised format this year.
Ghost Mushroom Lane will be closed this season for the first time in eight years, after initially opening to the public in...

Assault sentence suspended

A42-year-old Limestone Coast man has learned his fate after assaulting a local hotel employee earlier this year.
The man faced the Mount Gambier Magistrates Court...

Re-A-Range event to reach Wattle Range

Millicent will soon be the venue for a weekend of activities, workshops and opportunities to learn to live sustainably.
Wattle Range Council are inviting people...

Sounds of nation

Multi-award-winning performer Michelle Pearson returns to Brands Laira to present her newest music sensation, Mixtape Australia: The songs that shaped the nation!
Winner of the...
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Cricketers hit world stage

Two local cricketers have returned from a trip of a lifetime in South Africa, after being selected as part of a prominent cricket academy tour.
 Mount Gambier juniors Jayden Prior and Georgia Barrett toured South Africa, not only having the opportunity to play on international pitches, but immersing themselves in the country’s culture.
 The duo toured with the Jason Gillespie Academy, based in Adelaide, spending three weeks playing against different standards of teams in various formats.
 Gillespie, the newly appointed Pakistan Test Team coach, travelled with the teams during their time overseas.
 Gillespie said he enjoyed taking part in the tours with up and coming cricketers.
 “It is an opportunity to experience different playing surfaces against players who may play the game differently to...

Long-time rivals face off

Senior Men
Gambier Centrals v International
Inter will take on Gambier Centrals this week on Sunday at MGA Park, with the black and blue coming off...