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Name search continues for history group

Only one person remains unidentified in this photo from the South East Family History Group collection. The other people in the photo have been named...

From South Gippsland to Blue Gum Park

Third generation Australian Phyllis Facey recently celebrated her 100th birthday with family and close friends at her Millicent home, Blue Gum Park. Phyllis Corbyn Canobio...

Highway crash after speed check

A woman has escaped serious injury after she crashed on the Riddoch Highway. Police were conducting speed detection duties at Lochaber when they detected a...

Garden centre turns pink for fundraiser

Over the last few weeks McCourt’s Garden Centre and Cafe has turned pink as staff prepare for this Saturday’s Strike Me Pink fundraiser. Inspiration for...

Letter request denied by Mayor

Wattle Range Council Mayor Des Noll has spoken out after receiving a request that he not include an Acknowledgement of Country at a local...

Report highlighting local mill’s success

A report recently prepared by Synergies Economic Consulting on behalf of Kimberly-Clark Australia (KCA) has been released and provides a snapshot of the socio-economic...

Carriages commemorate century

Glencoe Central Primary School and Glencoe and District Kindergarten students were visited by Rob’s Carriages to mark 100 years since the last Cobb and...

Autumn Twilight markets a hit

THE Autumn Twilight Markets at the Mount Gambier showgrounds were a hit for another year. There were plenty of stalls selling all sorts of...

Men’s Shed members meet

The Mount Gambier Men's Shed will be hosting the first Men's Shed regional round up seen in the district since the beginning of Covid-19...

Three lives lost in SA over Easter weekend

Over the Easter long weekend, South Australia Police conducted a state-wide traffic operation from Thursday, March 28, to Monday, April 1. The aim of the...

Home prices up in South East

Home prices in the South East are up 71.3 per cent since March 2020 according to the latest PropTrack Market Insight. This is a...

Trip evokes “old times”

Glencoe Central Primary School was one of several visited on a re-enactment of a 100 year old mail run. Organised by Rob's Carriages, the...

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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...