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  1. Port Mac earthquake not the first or last, says seismologistRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | ABC News

    An earthquake measuring 3.5 magnitude has been recorded off the coast of Port Macdonnell, but a seismologist has said the geological event is quite common for the region. Striking offshore, around 55 kilometres south of Mount Gambier at about midnight on Friday, there have been no local reports of any 'bumps or shakes' from the minor earthquake.

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  2. Bravery medals for Mount Gambier matesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | ABC News

    Mount Gambier friends Michael Doll and Luke Pulford say they didn't think twice when it came to rescuing their mates from a burning car in 2012. The men had been watching football at a friend's house when four of them decided to drive to McDonalds at about 8pm that night.

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  3. Brave Jessie paid the ultimate priceRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    LAST YEAR, they had plenty to despair. So this time around, seniors are getting in early with their pre-budget wish list.

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  4. Footy chiefs to stamp out growing meth problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | NEWS.com.au

    THE SA Amateur Football League believes players are using the drug ice to enhance performance before suburban and country games. The league is calling for help to tackle the problem as a former coach warns use of the drug is rife at country clubs.

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  5. Busker jailed for indecently assaulting girlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | ABC News

    A man's claim he was not really a paedophile when he indecently assaulted a five-year-old girl at a school playground has been rejected by a South Australian judge. Michael John Molloy, 26, has been sentenced to four years' jail, but with time already served could be out on parole from the middle of next year.

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  6. 'DPP malaise to blame for delayed justice'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | NEWS.com.au

    An Adelaide Magistrate has blamed "malaise" within the ranks of prosecutors for unnecessary delays in criminal cases. Picture: Roger Wyman.

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  7. Friday Rewind: Mount Gambier's first madam: The notorious Kitty TempleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | ABC News

    Ladies born in the 1800s were expected to be chaste, accommodating and most of all, pious. Then there was Kitty Temple.

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  8. SA busker jailed for molesting girlRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | The Age

    A busker has been jailed for at least two years and eight months for molesting a young girl in the playground of a South Australian school. Michael John Molloy, 26, was found guilty in the District Court of aggravated indecent assault of the five-year-old in November 2013 at a Mount Gambier primary school playground.

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  9. Call me Emma, says short-statured comicRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Age

    Comedian Emma J. Hawkins who has a show at the Comedy Festival called "I Am Not a Unicorn". Photo: Justin McManus Strangers often come up to performer Emma J. Hawkins and pat her on the head.

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  10. Man cut during robbery at Mount Gambier shopRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | NEWS.com.au

    FORMER Prime Minister John Howard has outlined his checklist for being a good leader. But should Turnbull, Bishop or Abbott have taken the most notes? LIEUTENANT General Angus Campbell and Air Vice-Marshal Gavin Davies, CSC, have been announced as the new army and Air Force chiefs.

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  11. Romantics target Blue LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | ABC News

    It's not quite up to Paris's famous 'Love bridge' standards, but padlocks with a romantic twist have begun to appear near Mount Gambier's iconic Blue Lake. About 10 padlocks have been locked into place on the Rotary lookout near Adam Lindsay Gordon's obelisk, roughly etched with names, dates and hearts.

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  12. Naracoorte Jets make rugby grand finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Naracoorte Herald

    THE Naracoorte Jets will play off in this weekend's Mount Gambier Rugby League South Aussie 9s 2015 grand final. Josh Johnson will be looking to carry the ball for the Naracoorte Jets in this Saturday s summer 9s rugby grand final in Mount Gambier.

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  13. Kids love 'Amazing Day'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Naracoorte Herald

    NEARLY 200 children had a blast at "Amazing Saturday" in perfect weather at the Naracoorte Scout Hall on March 14. Visiting Lameroo kids : back row - Laura Baker, Monique Smith, Sarah Pearce, Braam Pauer; front - Emmy Zerk and Kenton Weetra. NEARLY 200 children had a blast at "Amazing Saturday" in perfect weather at the Naracoorte Scout Hall on March 14. The eight-hour event attracted primary school aged children from Naracoorte, Padthaway, Lucindale, Kingston and even as far away as Lameroo.

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  14. SA man jailed over horror family crashRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Yahoo!

    A South Australian driver who was distracted by his GPS when he collided with a truck, causing the deaths of four family members, has been jailed for at least two years. Alexander Thomas Wooldridge, 65, was a CFS volunteer and a pillar of the community with an unblemished record before the tragic accident.

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  15. Distracted driver jailed for SA crash that left four people deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | ABC News

    A driver has been jailed over a crash that killed four people last year in the south-east of South Australia. The District Court sitting at Mount Gambier heard Alexander Thomas Wooldridge, 65, of Mount Schank became distracted by his GPS device moments before the fatal collision on the Princes Highway at Hatherleigh last December.

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  16. Driver jailed over family fatality crashRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Yahoo!

    A driver has been jailed for at least two years for causing the deaths of four family members in a horror crash in South Australia. Alexander Thomas Wooldridge, 64, was sentenced to four years and two months with a non-parole period of two years in the District Court in Mount Gambier on Wednesday.

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  17. Going it alone: Life as an independent musoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | ABC News

    On a rainy Monday afternoon, a petite blonde is wearing an AC/DC singlet and juggling a takeaway coffee and a stack of posters as she sweet talks a Mount Gambier cafe owner into advertising her event. Just days away from the launch of her first EP, Tamara Seeley has learnt that life as an independent musician is not always glamorous.

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  18. Jail for driver who killed four members of same familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | NEWS.com.au

    Alexander Thomas Wooldridge to spend at least two years in jail over crash that killed four members of one family at Hatherleigh, in SA's South-East Alexander Thomas Wooldridge, pictured with supporters at an earlier hearing, has been sentenced to at least two years' jail over the crash that killed four members of the same family at Hatherleigh, in the state's South-East, in December. Photo: Naomi Jellicoe.

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  19. Herrewyn claims Greg Gleeson Memorial handicapRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Warrnambool Standard

    MOUNT GAMBIER'S Daniel Herrewyn kicked off the South West Road Cycling series with a win in Saturday's Greg Gleeson Memorial handicap at Wangoom. MOUNT GAMBIER'S Daniel Herrewyn kicked off the South West Road Cycling series with a win in Saturday's Greg Gleeson Memorial handicap at Wangoom.

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  20. Regional visitor centres deal with growing social media pushRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | ABC News

    A statewide conference is being held in Mount Gambier from tomorrow looking at ways the centres can better utilise social media. Lisa Braes from Mount Gambier's Visitor Information Centre said more people were going online for information but still wanted it from a credible source.

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