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Verdict stamped on city drug deliveries

A39-year-old Nigerian national has received a substantial prison sentence after being found guilty of importing methamphetamine and heroin with a potential street value of...

Repair skills showcased

Arepair project with a difference is half way through its trial period in Millicent.
 The Millicent Repair Cafe started in March as an initiative of...

Coastal projects on cards

There are currently around 20 projects costing $1.3m at Beachport which are earmarked for public money.
The oldest building owned by Wattle Range Council is...

Rough and ready

Amulti-million dollar upgrade of a popular coastal road has not greatly improved the ride for motorists.
Nevertheless, the State Government has defended public criticisms of...

Opinion: Country communities being let down by Labor decision-making

The Albanese Labor Government has made a series of policy decisions since being elected two years ago that highlight their disdain for our regions.
 It’s...

Heat turned up on illegal tobacco

The State Government is further cracking down on the sale of illegal tobacco and vaping products in South Australia, with a significant funding boost...

Cups run over at record-breaking Biggest Morning Tea fundraiser

This year’s Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea Mount Gambier made a splash as host Karen Petersen raised more money than ever for Cancer Council Australia...

Soccer clubs kick in to support Foodbank

The Limestone Coast Football Association (LCFA) recently made a significant donation to Foodbank SA Limestone Coast following the success of their MiniRoos Carnival.
Every soccer...

Elective surgery halt

Non-urgent surgery has been cancelled at Mount Gambier Hospital and a re-start date has not been given. The temporary ban on elective surgery extends to...

Car park mistakes prompt rule reminder

Results of an RAA road rules quiz show most drivers do not understand basic rules around car parking and may be leaving themselves open...

Home building backlog

Housing developments are being delayed in Mount Gambier due to water and sewerage infrastructure concerns.
Mount Gambier City Council has been queried if it has...

Council tackles housing affordability

Mount Gambier City Council has released its Draft Local Housing Affordability Plan and is seeking community feedback.
The plan represents a step forward to address...

New campaign champion grassroots journalism

The Local and Independent News Association (LINA) has launched a pivotal nationwide campaign aimed at growing diverse, community focussed voices in Australia’s media landscape...