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Study shared at church breakfast

AMillicent church minister has found a practical application to one of his theoretical assignments.
Pastor Simun Lalich has had charge of the Millicent Baptist Church...

First Nations Voice candidates revealed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baG6jot78kM&t=21s The candidates contesting the inaugural 2024 South Australian First Nations Voice to Parliament have been officially declared, with 14 nominations for Region 4, which...
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Festival delight back for 2024

The much-anticipated Beachport Crayfish Festival is making a glorious return for the second time this weekend, promising an unforgettable day of community spirit, coastal delights and family-friendly fun.
The Beachport Crayfish Festival celebrates the town...

House made a home

Aresident has clocked up over 20 years at an independent living facility in Mount Gambier to become the house’s longest residing member.
The “delightful” Doris Duffy celebrated 22 years at Abbeyfield Mount Gambier House this...
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Councillors encouraged to open minds to change

An elected member of Wattle Range Council believes his fellow councillors should open their minds to change.
Councillor John Drew made this observation when he...

Residents ‘have say’

South Australians are having their say on the future of council elections and better community representation and engagement, with more time provided to submit...

Efficiency leads to early prep for new master plan

Key community stakeholders will be invited to participate in an Aviator’s Jury to assist in creating a new Mount Gambier Regional Airport Master Plan.
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Mountain mastered

Two Mount Gambier racers Kai Allen and Jobe Stewart conquered a different mountain on the weekend as they climbed through the ranks at Mount Panorama for the opening round of the 2024 Dunlop Super2 Series.
 Reigning Super2 Champion Allen won race one on Saturday with Stewart finishing 19th after an unfortunate stroke of luck at the start line.
 “I still do not really know what happened, the clutch just started to burn out pretty much straight away as soon as I got on the throttle,” Stewart said.
 On Sunday morning, Allen crossed the line only 0.08 seconds in front of Stewart in the second qualifying session to place the pair on the front row of the grid in race two that afternoon.
 “After...