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Western Victoria and South East South Australia Rural Report, 12/12
Warwick Long Poppies will be commercially grown in Victoria from next year. The Victorian government paved the way for a poppy industry in the state by introducing legislation that allows the crop to be legally grown.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Heywire winning entry a call to combat classroom sexism
When 16-year-old Jemma Fulton from Yahl, near Mt Gambier, decided to enter Heywire, she wasn't entirely sure what to write about, but then decided to put pen to paper and write about herself! Her piece entitled "C'mon ladies - get your big girl knickers on!" is the winning entry for the South East SA region.
Cristina dances her way to Baz Lurhmann's ballroom
When the musical version of Strictly Ballroom opens at the Lyric Theatre in Adelaide next year, Mount Gambier's Cristina D'Agostino will be dancing her way into the hearts of many.
Bikers take part in 2013 toy run
SE bikers proved they have hearts of gold on the weekend when they took part in the 2013 Christmas Toy Run.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
'Gangbusters': how Naracoorte raised $675,000 for a CT scanner
Naracoorte Hospital is set to welcome a lifesaving piece of medical equipment in 2014, thanks to the generosity of thousands of people across the South East district.
Big Bang Theory: scientists size up the volcano that rocked Mount Gambier
Volcanic ash plumes rising up to 10 kilometres high, health risks to humans and an impact zone of up to 100 kilometres radius.
Mount Gambier season opener a winner
Mount Gambier conducted their first meeting of the season and while it was a big punting weekend at the Mount with Thoroughbreds & Greyhound meetings during the day the twilight fixture still drew a good crowd to the trots.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Warrnambool paramedics to protest in Spring Street
WARRNAMBOOL paramedics say they will reject the government's latest pay offer because of plans to make them travel up to an hour in their own time to staff other branches around the south-west.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Man lights up and causes Millicent car yard fire
A man who lit a cigarette while trying to siphon fuel from a car last night in Millicent, has been charged with arson after causing a fire which caused $100,000 damage.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Stroke patients get access to new rehab services
The program is run at the Riverland Regional Hospital and is supported by a group of Adelaide-based specialists, who travel to the region for consultations.
Obstetrics service talks progressing at Millicent Hospital, nursing federation says
Country Health SA cut obstetric services at the hospital in July, forcing expectant mothers to give birth at Mount Gambier.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Christmas Toy Run set to bring lots of joy to kids
Riders can join in from Naracoorte, Penola or The Market Place in Mount Gambier and the final leg of the ride will be along commercial St down to the Valley Lake.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Pine vs plastic: real Christmas trees a steal with a permit
It's tall, full and beautifully green and you're already imagining its boughs laden with tinsel in a corner of your lounge room.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Marshall to reveal south-east SA economic kickstart
South Australian Opposition Leader Steven Marshall will tour Carter Holt Harvey and meet local business people as part of a two-day visit to the state's south-east.
Voice behind Talking Newspapers rewarded on international day of disability
Each week Kathy Golder's soft voice is delivered through the mail, her words a gift to those who cannot read themselves.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Bega District News
Saputo cheese bid stymied, Bega takes back seat
BEGA Cheese has taken a back seat in the three-way contest to acquire Victorian dairy processor Warrnambool Cheese and Butter.
Classic champ extends hot streak in SRA round at Premier Speedway
MOUNT Gambier's Steven Lines is sprintcar racing's hottest property after notching his seventh win of the season with a flag-to-flag victory at Allansford's Premier Speedway on Saturday night.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Things to know about reporting from a war zone
ELIZABETH JACKSON: A couple of weeks ago I was invited to participate in a project organised by the ABC's education website, called Splash.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Riders' great Victorian adventure
AFTER spending nine days on the Great Victorian Bike Ride, it's likely riders recognise the rear ends of other riders better than their faces.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Regional cycling groups gain speed
Numerous cycling collectives have formed in major regional centres across SA, ranging from the Southern Flinders Rough Riders, to the Little Red Grape group in Clare, the Border BUG in Bordertown, and the Better Hearts in Mount Gambier.