Tag: news

Traditional American feast off the menu?

Ataste of the USA might yet come to Mount Burr for one night next month. General store proprietors George and Rosie Copelin are undecided about...

Life saving lessons awarded

Respected Beachport swimming instructor Julie Moran has recently been given an Award of Excellence by Surf Life Saving South Australia.
The Beachport Surf Life Saving...

Experience at helm of LGA board

Experienced bureaucrat Debra Brokenshire has been appointed as the interim executive officer of the Limestone Coast Local Government Association for an initial period of...

Careers and culture come together for regional students

Two local Mount Gambier students travelled to Darwin to join 28 First Nations students from schools across the Northern Territory and South Australia to...

Wellbeing order of the day

The 2024 Limestone Coast Regional Wellbeing Expo on Friday has been hailed a success with more than 400 people passing through the doors of...

Nowhere for drivers to hide

Limestone Coast motorists heading into the state’s capital are being urged to put their mobile phones away with Adelaide’s new detection cameras set to...

Mount Gambier MP on trial

The trial of Independent Mount Gambier MP Troy Bell on alleged fraud charges is expected to resume in the District Court in Adelaide this...

Landscape board levy rise

Primary producers across the region will pay $400 to a State Government agency in the next financial year.
The $397.70 levy on all rural production...

Boat ramp fees a drop in the ocean

Users of the Beachport boat ramp are set to be heavily subsidised again in the coming financial year.
Wattle Range Council’s draft budget for 2024/25...

Drug abuse lessons shared

State MPs have joined Substance Misuse Limestone Coast (SMLC) in investigating the potential for a successful alcohol and other drug (AOD) service model in...

Vietnam veterans commemoration approval sought

Vietnam War veterans are set to be honoured at Robe.
The local sub-branch of the RSL would like to place a commemorative seat on Victoria...

Sip it and fix it at Millicent

The so-called “Repair Cafe” in Millicent has just had its busiest session with around a dozen items fixed on Saturday morning.
Organisers were disappointed when...

Time against historic landmark

Community leaders at Robe have conceded the historic Cape Dombey obelisk is beyond saving.
Mayor Lisa Ruffell and council chief executive Nat Traeger have made...

‘Minor’ council job comes with major price tag

The cost of a routine and relatively minor maintenance task in Millicent generated the most debate at the June monthly meeting of Wattle Range...

Town to send best wishes

Members of the Beachport community are invited to thank retiring postmistress Piarena Monckton at a morning tea in the old Beachport Institute/South Coast Cinema...