Tag: finance

City business hits new heights of customer satisfaction

ALimestone Coast business has experienced success at the 2024 Australian Achiever Awards for Australia’s Finance & Insurance Services category.
Mount Gambier’s Phoenix Lending scored 98.61%...

Bank sheds light on scam threats

ACommBank fraud and scams forum held in Mount Gambier last week attracted more than 50 people interested in learning more about business safety.
The attendees...

Interest rate hikes hit homeowners

The rising cost of living has seen an increase in the amount of people looking to refinance their home loans and seeking a lower...

Cost of living pressure mounts

The rising cost of living is having a dire impact on the community’s less vulnerable due to the lack of affordable rentals and the...

Interest rates reach decade high

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) lifted its increased rates this month for the eighth rise in a row, reaching the highest official interest...

‘Finance focus’

The finance industry has been extremely busy in the last few years due to government building grants and COVID-19. However, Willow Financial Services mortgage broker...

City Council commits to capping rate rise at 4.5%

Rates in Mount Gambier will increase by 4.5% after the City Council’s 2022-2023 Annual Business Plan and Budget was adopted at a recent special...

Council looks to budget

Preparations for the 2022/23 Budget for Wattle Range Council began in earnest in Millicent last week. Councillors spent much of one day in a workshop...

Council reins in deficits

Grant District Council has projected an operating deficit decrease by more than 50% for the current financial year. Council’s corporate services director Gary Button provided...

New business support blow

“Small print” has excluded a number of new businesses in the regions from accessing much-needed State Government support, according to Mount Gambier MP Troy...