Tag: new zealand

Tenison shoots to netball glory

Forty Tenison Woods College netballers recently made the journey to Melbourne to compete at the Waverley International School Netball Championships.
 The netballers played various schools...

Punters race trackside for Millicent Cup

A New Zealand horse won the main prize at the annual Millicent Cup Day race meeting at the Allan Scott Racecourse at Glenburnie on...

International flair added to contest

The clashing of steel balls, squeals of excitement or despair and the popping of corks echoed around the Coonawarra Park recently, with in excess...

Bowlers score national selection

Dreams of national selection have become a reality for local Mount Gambier indoor bowlers Fiona and Keisha Pearson and Serena Bourn after being selected...

‘Golden girl’ runs up wins

Limestone Coast athlete Loraine Baron recently competed at the biennial Australian Masters Games at the SA Athletics Stadium in Adelaide, making the podium for...

Ballerina blossoms

Limestone Coast ballerina Aaliyah Priddle recently danced at The Australian Ballet Scholarship Awards in Melbourne. Priddle, 12, took part in workshop classes over two days...

‘Everest’ regional link

Millicent has an indirect link with Sir Edmund Hillary who was a member of the two-man party who were the first to successfully climb...

OneFortyOne looks to future with new leader

OneFortyOne has announced the appointment of Wendy Norris (pictured) as its new chief executive effective from mid-June. Ms Norris is currently the deputy chief investment...

Lions Club youth exchange praised

The Beachport Rivoli Bay Lions Club is still celebrating the success of an international visit by a group of young people. The club’s publicity officer...

Lions Club Youth Exchange heads to South East

The Lions Club’s Youth Exchange Camp took place in South Australia with 10 participants from all over the world attending the camp this month. The...

‘Perfect storm’ decimates crops

It is crunch time for consumers as frozen potato chips prove sparse as processed potato supply shortages start to bite. Coles has enforced a temporary...

Wine show entries pour in

The entries are in and next month’s Limestone Coast Wine Show has attracted some of the strongest numbers in the event’s 21-year history, with...

Bowls pair pride of nation

Mount Gambier mother and daughter pair Fiona and Keisha Pearson were the pride of the nation a fortnight ago when they represented the Australian...

Global art created at city studio

Local artist Trent Holbrook will be joined by four international artists today to collaborate in his studio for around two weeks. The multidisciplinary artists are...