Budget Buzzzz

City Council to consider business plan feedback as low attendance recorded at special meeting A perceived outpouring of community concern failed to eventuate at Mount...

Drug abuse lessons shared

State MPs have joined Substance Misuse Limestone Coast (SMLC) in investigating the potential for a successful alcohol and other drug (AOD) service model in...

Landholders on watch

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board is urging landholders to be on the lookout for declared weed gorse (Ulex europaeus).
With a small number of isolated...

Grain yield ‘promising’

Seeding is well under way at most farms across South Australia, despite the dry conditions, with total grain production for the 2024-25 season predicted...
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Discover the treasures from Coonawarra Cellars

July will host a month-long festival of “cellarbrations” as the Coonawarra Vignerons host their annual Cellar Dwellers event.
 Locals and visitors are being invited to visit Coonawarra during July and be treated to a rare...

Regional toolkit to support housing

Anew Regional Housing Toolkit has been launched to help regional councils unlock new housing opportunities and ease acute pressure on housing availability and affordability in communities across the state.
LGA South Australia President Mayor Dean...

Sip it and fix it at Millicent

The so-called “Repair Cafe” in Millicent has just had its busiest session with around a dozen items fixed on Saturday morning.
Organisers were disappointed when...

Landscape board levy rise

Primary producers across the region will pay $400 to a State Government agency in the next financial year.
The $397.70 levy on all rural production...

Town to send best wishes

Members of the Beachport community are invited to thank retiring postmistress Piarena Monckton at a morning tea in the old Beachport Institute/South Coast Cinema...

‘Forest of the Fallen’ on display at Millicent

Apolitical protest was recently staged in the war memorial gardens adjacent to the Millicent Cross of Sacrifice.
A small group of protesters temporarily placed around...

Regional LGA board leader steps down

The Limestone Coast Local Government Association Board has recently met in the wake of the resignation of its executive officer Adrian Maywald which took...
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Desert race done and dusted

Two local racers made the dust fly when they competed in the Finke Desert Race in Alice Springs recently.
Jack and Amy Mildwaters competed and finally completed the 2024 race, which is one of Australia’s largest desert/off road races.
Vehicles taking part in the event are similar to the ones raced in the Pines Enduro held in the South East.
The racers competing in Finke started their journey in Alice Springs and raced to the small indigenous community of Aputula, commonly known as Finke.
The race is around 224km each way with the track following the old Ghan railway line.
This year there were around 120 car entries with upwards of 60 racers who actually finished the race.
Many vehicles often do not finish for...

Football legacy remembered

The Mount Burr United Football Club has acknowledged the recent passing of Ken Bellinger: a former player, coach, president and life member.
Ken has also...

Centrals seeks to land Apollo win

Senior Men
 Inter v Naracoorte United
 Naracoorte United will travel to Casadio Park this Sunday to take on International.
 Last time these teams played, Inter made light...

Headlam strikes victory

Local sponsor DJ Interiors held a Seniors Stroke Event at the Mount Gambier Golf Course in very cool temperatures.
Despite the weather, the course still...