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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...

When royalty came to town

Local historians would like to identify onlookers in this photo of the royal visit to Mount Gambier in 1964. Taken on February 26, 1954, the...

Memories of Millicent explored through placement

Final year Flinders University student Madeleine Fewster has spent the last two weeks at the Millicent Museum as part of her Creative Writing degree. When...

Safety centre receives praise from SAPOL

For the second year police officers from the Road Safety Centre in Adelaide visited Millicent for the Wattle Range Council's school holiday program. Last week...

Rotary in the spotlight

Millicent Rotary Club engaged the services of four local mechanics last week to host their annual headlight check. During the drizzly two hour period last...

Fundraiser strikes a chord

A generous donation from the Millicent Cancer Support Group (MCSG) substantially boosted the tally for the Strike Me Pink day hosted by McCourts Garden...

Community names another pic

Several people were able to identify David Pearce as the unknown man in this photo which appeared in a previous edition of this newspaper. Ms...

More space for E E Muir

A well-known Penola business has opened it's new premises which promises to boost productivity and efficiency. Agricultural supply company E E Muir and Sons...

Kalangadoo comes together for ANZACs

LOCALS from Kalangadoo and surrounds gathered at the Kalangadoo Cemetery to remember the ANZAC soldiers of the town who dedicated their lives to protecting...

Mental health fundraiser ignites conversation

THE Shaka Project and local high school student Harmony Kennett have teamed up to try and tackle the stigma of mental health. Ms Kennett...

Answers found for century long mystery

Gill Bullard and her sister Marilyn Hamilton were sorting through family possessions just before Christmas last year when they unearthed a wartime mystery connected...

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...

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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...