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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...

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...

Breath of fresh air keeps icon alive

An iconic Mount Gambier brand that has helped shape the South Australian agricultural landscape for over 100 years is being revived by a local...

Nurse positivity shines

Senior Millicent nurse Caroline Dower has secured one of the prestigious awards given out each year by the Limestone Coast Local Health Network.
The Millicent...

Bedford unveils timber upgrade

Bedford formally launched its new state of the art equipment at its timber manufacturing facility in Mount Gambier on Thursday as part of a...

Fungi glowing concern

Glowing biolumiscent fungi has attracted thousands of tourists to Ghost Mushroom Lane in Glencoe at night-time during recent years, but there is concern the...

Race rivals chase glory

Mount Gambier drivers dominated the opening round of the Dunlop Series Super2s at Bathurst.
The Blue Lake city’s Kai Allen and Jobe Stewart showcased their...

Vehicle in CBD crash

Emergency services are currently at the scene of a vehicle accident in the heart of Mount Gambier. A vehicle has crashed into the side of...

Australiana artwork unveiled

Abeautiful Australiana mural was officially unveiled on the wall between the Penola War Memorial Hospital and the Pinchunga Aged Care Facility last week.
More than...

Region off air

Limestone Coast residents are purchasing new televisions and set top boxes following changes to television transmission in eastern South Australia.
Over the coming months, the...

Vehicle emission target concern

Member for Barker Tony Pasin has raised concerned the Federal Government’s preferred new fuel efficiency standards could significantly increase the cost of SUVs, 4WDs...

Funds ‘stumped up’

The third Pink Stumps match at the Rendelsham Cricket Ground on Saturday raised around $5000 for the McGrath Foundation and was judged a social...

Aerial fire crews tap into mill resource

Tests have shown that Black Hawk helicopters can suck 4000 litres of water from the secondary treatment ponds at the Kimberly-Clark Australia (KCA) Millicent...