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Another call for lost names

Both the South East Family History Group and the Millicent Museum have shared photos from their collection in an attempt to identify any unknown...

Find an Anzac Day service near you

Anzac Day services will be held around the Limestone Coast on Thursday, April 25, to commemorate the contribution of all those who have served...

Latest variety information on-hand for growers

Growers and advisers across Australia can now use the latest results on the performance of different grain varieties - incorporating results from the 2023...

Slow down for breakdown vehicles

A 25KM/H speed limit could soon come into effect when passing roadside breakdown and recovery vehicles when their lights are flashing. The legislation has been...

Search continues for cross border commissioner

THE search continues for South Australia’s cross-border commissioner following the resignation of Liz McKinnon last year. Ms McKinnon was announced as the first...

Ghost mushrooms glow for another season

THE region's beloved glowing mushrooms are back, but the traditional Ghost Mushroom Lane is no more. Forestry SA chief executive Tim Ryan confirmed Ghost...

Footy’s pulling power

It was another incredible week for our state, as we shone in the national spotlight with a fantastic AFL Gather Round weekend showcasing the...

Be aware of snapper rules

With school holidays underway, recreational fishers are reminded that fishing for snapper is only allowed in the South East Fishing Zone and catches must...

Speeders called out

Mount Gambier/ Berrin’s Sutton Avenue has been identified as one of regional South Australia’s top speeding camera locations. The road came in at number...

Cabinet reshuffle sees minister roles change

THERE has been a shake up in the Cabinet of South Australia following Member for Sturt Geoff Brock stepping down from his ministerial duties....

Oxlade steps into new role

A new chief executive officer has stepped up to lead Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC). Lauren Oxlade started in the role this week...

Robe’s future in your hands

The District Council of Robe is calling for community feedback on two important draft documents helping to outline the town's future. The Draft Strategic...

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Tenison’s new buildings blessed by Archbishop

REPRESENTATIVES of Religious Orders, former students, staff and community members of Tenison Woods College recently gathered for a special Celebration of Journey and Legacy. On...