Category: News

Kimberly-Clark fined for advertising mix-up

One of the region’s largest employers has been fined $200,000 by the Federal Court for misleading advertising. Kimberly-Clark Australia has 400 employees...

Fun and games back at Tantanoola

The Tantanoola community is celebrating the return of its playgroup sessions. The playgroup was based within the grounds of the Tantanoola Primary...

Penola town plan comment sought

Wattle Range Council has endorsed the Penola Town Centre Draft Concept Design for public consultation. Members of the community, key stakeholders and...

Support rolls out to fire affected farmers

All roads led to the Naracoorte and Lucindale area on Saturday, with a host of events held in the region to support...

Penola tuned up

The Penola Coonawarra Acoustic Music Gathering will kick off in two weeks. The event will be held at McCorquindale Park from Friday,...

Emergency water deal reached

The South Australian Government is leading the way in supporting drought affected farmers in their region after signing on to the $100m...

Hospitality worker shortage hits region

Coastal eateries are not the only businesses in the hospitality industry having trouble finding staff with hotels across the region facing similar...

Liberal member endorsed

Former Mount Gambier teacher Penny Pratt is well-placed to enter State Parliament next year after winning Liberal Party endorsement for the rural...

Housing crisis looms in wake of pandemic

COVID-19 and its impact on the housing market has left the Limestone Coast on the precipice of an unprecedented homelessness challenge, according...

Tarpeena timber product in sights for council office

Preliminary design work including the possible use of a new laminated timber product from Tarpeena is continuing on the proposed $5.5m office...

Enchanted creatures overrun city streets

Mount Gambier’s main street will be overrun by enchanted creatures when the Fringe Festival comes to town. The Fringe...

Saleyard stakeholders confident

Stakeholders associated with the Millicent saleyards are confident the ageing facility can meet the conditions set by Wattle Range Council for their...