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Volunteers sought for Valley Lake Conservation Park planting
More than 1,500 native shrubs will be planted at Mount Gambier's Valley Lake Conservation Park on Sunday as part of an ongoing revegetation project.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
New move for Mt Gambier ambulance station
Dialling Triple-O in Mount Gambier will get you the same paramedic and ambulance today, but staff will be responding from a different address.
Australian Caravan Club's SE group travel to Serviceton
THE NEW SE branch of the Australian Caravan Club, Limestone Coasters, settled in Serviceton over the weekend to decide its structure.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
7 Wonders of South Australia winners: Natural wonders
From the coastlines and islands to the Flinders Ranges and beyond, South Australia is home to some of the world's most spectacular natural wonders.
Drunk jewellery thief waited for police to arrive, court hears
Gregory Charles Cavanagh from Geelong, pleaded guilty to serious criminal trespass and theft in the Mount Gambier Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
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Malseed defends Mount Gambier title
STRONG representation amongst a host of positive and encouraging results headlined Portland's involvement in the 100 Mile Classic and 2014 South Australian Kermesse Championships last weekend.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Jails running out of room for prisoners
SOUTH Australia's jails will not have enough beds to house all the state's prisoners in two years as demand outstrips capacity, the State Government has revealed.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
State Government considers scrapping Health Advisory Councils
Health Advisory Councils are being asked to justify their existence as the State Government considers reducing the number of boards and committees.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Councils asked to help fund virtual war memorial website
The RSL in South Australia is hoping to create a webpage for every serviceman and woman from South Australian and the Northern Territory - from the Boer War to Afghanistan.
'I just want to go into a shop and buy something that fits': Robyn's story
With an estimated 12 million overweight Australians and global obesity rates soaring, the weight loss industry is big business.
Rawson cites strong interest in Otway Basin onshore exploration
Rawson Resources says it has had strong interest from companies wanting to take part in the onshore exploration of the Otway Basin.
Apsley's Border Inn is (almost) ready for business
INTERNATIONAL identity Ian Perry, now of Mount Gambier, has come on board as consultant chef for the about to re-open Border Inn at Apsley.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Bag snatcher on 'trial' for community to judge
A mock sentencing was played out to an interested crowd of onlookers in Mount Gambier on Wednesday, providing further insight into what goes on behind the closed doors of Australian courtrooms.
Naracoorte's hair and beauty program cut
HAIR and Beauty students at Naracoorte TAFE campus have been left in the lurch after the program was withdrawn after one semester in 2014.
Benjamin takes the cake in Victorian muffin-baking title
BENJAMIN Hirst's carrot and date muffins, created under the expert guidance of his grandmother, have been awarded as the best in the state.
Apsley's historic Border Inn hotel to re-open
South Australia-based chef Ian Perry has overseen the menu design, and will also mentor the hotel's kitchen staff.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Early days for Limestone Coast tourism body
The Member for Mount Gambier, Troy Bell, says a steering committee has been established to investigate how it would operate.
Court jails Millicent man who caused car yard explosion
A Millicent man has been jailed for seven months after a petrol explosion and fire at a car yard in the town.
Mount Gambier records biggest rise in median house prices for June quarter
The Real Institute of South Australia says house prices in regional areas have shown strong growth in the past 12 months.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Fire forces art lovers onto the street during opening night
Art lovers got more than they bargained for on Friday night when a fire in a ceiling light forced the evacuation of the Riddoch Art Gallery during the opening of an exhibition.