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  1. New James Morrison partnership to replace Generations in Jazz AcademyRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | ABC News

    Jazz legend James Morrison has partnered with the University of South Australia to open an academy at Mount Gambier's Old Town Hall. Students will be able to complete a Diploma and Associate Degree in Music and it is intended a Bachelor of Music program will be offered from 2016.

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  2. Men arrested in connection with Mt Gambier business break-insRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | ABC News

    Two Mount Gambier men will face court today charged over a recent crime series in Mount Gambier, while police continue to pursue links between other business break-ins. Earlier this month, a Mount Gambier hotel was broken into and keys to a vehicle were stolen, which was later used to smash the window of a Commercial Street West business.

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  3. Bigger, better, jazzier: Mt Gambier secures new James Morrison AcademyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | ABC News

    Australia's next generation of top musicians may be coming from the Blue Lake city as jazz legend James Morrison today announces a new national academy under his name will be based at the old Town Hall. In a coup for the city of Mount Gambier, the State Government has contributed $500,000 to a collaboration between the University of South Australia and Morrison to establish the James Morrison Academy of Music at UniSA.

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  4. Putting on a jumps show In WarrnamboolRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    Tim Clarke clears a jump during the final round of the Australian Showjumping Championship grand prix at Werribee in September. Picture: Stephen Harman Grassmere equestrian and Warrnambool Agricultural Society showjumping committee member Tim Clarke said although this year's show clashed with the Mount Gambier show, entries were still strong.

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  5. Masters Games wins sports awardRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Naracoorte Herald

    THE Naracoorte SA Masters Games has been judged the most successful sporting event in the SE this year, after claiming a major award in Mount Gambier on Sunday. Naracoorte Lucindale mayor Erika Vickery and Masters Games coordinator Jan Bittner with the SportsSE Sports Star awards trophy for best event.

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  6. RFDS history flies byRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Naracoorte Herald

    Royal Flying Doctor Service central operations volunteer coordinator Deb Adams congratulates founding members Roger Bennett, Noel Allchurch and Denise Grieve on 20 years of service with the local support group. Past and present members marked the anniversary with an afternoon tea at Longridge Aged Care's recreation room on October 10. Three original founding members - Denise Grieve, Roger Bennett and Noel Allchurch - were presented with certificates of appreciation for their work and commitment over the two decades by RFDS central operations volunteer coordinator Deb Adams.

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  7. Tender decision looms for Mount Gambier jail expansionRead the original story

    Yesterday | ABC News

    The Department of Correctional Services says the successful tenderer for expanding the Mount Gambier prison should be revealed in coming days. The project has received Development Assessment Commission approval and the District Council of Grant has requested local contractors be used where possible.

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  8. Horsham Hornets' men and women defeat WarrnamboolRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wimmera Mail-Times

    HORSHAM Hornets' women's team survived a thrilling shootout against the Warrnambool Mermaids in their first game of the Country Basketball League season on Sunday. HORSHAM Hornets' women's team survived a thrilling shootout against the Warrnambool Mermaids in their first game of the Country Basketball League season on Sunday.

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  9. Overcrowding forces third expansion for Mt Gambier prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Minister for Correctional Services Tony Piccolo has told ABC South East's Morning Show that a further expansion to Mount Gambier prison is because there are 'more prisoners to accommodate'. A $2 million 24-bed expansion was recently approved by the State Government, increasing the prison's capacity from 309 to 333 prisoners.

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  10. Man pasted girl's face onto pornographic imagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NEWS.com.au

    A MOUNT Gambier man who superimposed the face of an underage girl onto sexually explicit images of a woman's body has avoided immediate jail time. A DEVELOPER will demolish part of a 19th-century distillery in Adelaide's east to create 27 contemporary "townhouse-style apartments".

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  11. School lashed over sex abuse case failingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NEWS.com.au

    AN expanding Adelaide soccer club fears it will have to turn juniors away after a primary school rejected a bid to use its pitches. The school's reasoning is clear.

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  12. Mayoral hopefuls entangled in email rowRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NEWS.com.au

    AN expanding Adelaide soccer club fears it will have to turn juniors away after a primary school rejected a bid to use its pitches. The school's reasoning is clear.

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  13. First look: Rolling Stones stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NEWS.com.au

    AN expanding Adelaide soccer club fears it will have to turn juniors away after a primary school rejected a bid to use its pitches. The school's reasoning is clear.

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  14. Alleged killers drivers to face trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NEWS.com.au

    AN expanding Adelaide soccer club fears it will have to turn juniors away after a primary school rejected a bid to use its pitches. The school's reasoning is clear.

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  15. SA man avoids jail for superimposing child's face on adult pornography imagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    A South Australian man has avoided being sent to jail for altering pornography by superimposing the face of a child onto images of an adult body. Brenton Edward Steer, 68, of Mount Gambier, pleaded guilty to aggravated charges of producing and possessing child pornography relating to images police found on his computer last October.

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  16. 10 inspiring South East photographers: Mount Gambier's Paul McFarlaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    From aircraft on the runway to those planes shooting across the sky at 35,000 feet, Paul McFarlane has shot them all... with his digital camera that is. A wide angle lens captures a close up of a plane's nose cone on the runway.

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  17. The inspiring Turia wins over Mount Gambier audienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ABC News

    Known for her courageous spirit and cheeky sense of humour, burns survivor Turia Pitt won over the crowd during an appearance at Mount Gambier's City Hall on Monday night. It was September 2011 when the 25-year-old mining engineer was left with burns to 65 per cent of her body after being trapped by a fire whilst competing in an ultra marathon event in the remote Kimberley region.

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  18. Arson blamed for blaze that claimed historic railway carriageRead the original story

    Monday | ABC News

    The Metropolitan Fire Service says a fire that destroyed an historic railway carriage inside a large Mount Gambier shed was deliberately lit.

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  19. Supporters remember impact of Gough Whitlam's rare south-west visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Warrnambool Standard

    HOME territory of his then arch-nemesis Malcolm Fraser, Gough Whitlam rarely ventured to south-west Victoria except for a few occasions. HOME territory of his then arch-nemesis Malcolm Fraser, Gough Whitlam rarely ventured to south-west Victoria except for a few occasions.

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  20. South-west camper fans prefer it close to homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Warrnambool Standard

    That's what the Shipwreck Coasters chapter of the National Campervan Club regularly proves with its weekend trips throughout the south-west. The group recently spent the weekend in Panmure - only a 25-kilometre trip for its Warrnambool members but far enough to relax and enjoy a change of scenery.

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