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Teens get hands dirty

Teens get hands dirty

YOUNG green thumbs recently got their hands dirty, using an ancient natural farming technique to restore habitat in the South East. A group of Millicent High ...

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Candidates speak out

Candidates speak out

LIBERAL candidate for Barker Tony Pasin and Family First candidate Yvonne Zeppel voiced their traditional views on marriage during a same sex marriage debate at ...

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Drilling operations cease

Drilling operations cease

PROMINENT Millicent company Thompson Drilling is ceasing the drilling aspect of its operations by the end of August. Until recently, the company had a workforce of ...

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Health clinic opens

Health clinic opens

“PEOPLE, not patients” is the mantra of a new medical clinic which has opened in the South East this week. Established by Dr Richard Try - ...

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‘Three Sues’ toast to record result

‘Three Sues’ toast to record result

THE Millicent Bowling Club was filled to the brim last week as more than 130 people raised their cups for the annual “three Sues” Biggest ...

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Split vote

THE Liberal Party appears set to retain the seat of Barker despite a surge of support for the fledgling Nick Xenophon Team. As vote counting resumes this morning, Liberal Tony Pasin is expected to fend off a strong challenge from … Continue reading

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Robe gold rush history shared

AN INSIGHT into the Chinese migration into Robe in the nineteenth century has recently been provided to the Millicent-based South East Family History Group. Millicent resident Chris Parmenter has made a special study of this subject and shared his knowledge … Continue reading

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Teens get hands dirty

YOUNG green thumbs recently got their hands dirty, using an ancient natural farming technique to restore habitat in the South East. A group of Millicent High School students visited the Nature Glenelg Trust Nursery in Mount Gambier to gain experience … Continue reading

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Break-in spree

THE spate of break-ins in Millicent continued over the weekend with thieves again targeting the Millicent Lions Shed and the Millicent Saleyards. It is the fifth time since late April that the service club property in Fifth Street has been … Continue reading

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Candidates speak out

LIBERAL candidate for Barker Tony Pasin and Family First candidate Yvonne Zeppel voiced their traditional views on marriage during a same sex marriage debate at a forum in Mount Gambier on Saturday night. Both candidates said they were informed by … Continue reading

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Break-ins investigated

LIMESTONE Coast police have begun investigations into a series of break-ins in the Millicent and Penola area during the past two weeks. Between June 1 and June 11, the rear door of a sporting club on North Terrace in Millicent … Continue reading

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Dairy stress revealed

VETERAN Tantanoola dairy farmer Kevin Brown has told a recent dairy industry forum the sector is enduring the worst slump he had seen. The forum was held in Mount Gambier on Thursday and was hosted by the Grant and Wattle … Continue reading

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Drilling operations cease

PROMINENT Millicent company Thompson Drilling is ceasing the drilling aspect of its operations by the end of August. Until recently, the company had a workforce of 38, including 12 employees who live in Millicent and district. The remainder live in … Continue reading

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