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Sacrifices remembered

Sacrifices remembered

MILLICENT briefly came to a standstill on Friday morning as 250 people paid tribute to wartime service and sacrifice at the annual Remembrance Day service ...

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Oval arch reinstalled

Oval arch reinstalled

AN HISTORIC sign has been returned to its rightful location following strong community support for its restoration. After spending almost a decade in storage, the Gordon ...

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Learning from living

Learning from living

CHILDREN at the Gladys Smith Early Learning Centre are gaining awareness of where produce comes from and exploring their relationship with other living things through ...

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Step towards a cure

Step towards a cure

COMMUNITY members are invited to put on their running shoes and participate in the world’s biggest type 1 diabetes fundraising event. Beachport resident Kerry Oschar is ...

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Girls night a success

Girls night a success

HUNDREDS of women united in pink on Friday night for the Millicent Cancer Support Group’s Girls Night In fundraiser. Over 200 women packed the Millicent and ...

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Pay rise accepted

MEMBERS of the largest union at the Kimberly-Clark Australia Millicent Mill are understood to have accepted a pay rise of 2pc. The 250 “blue” and “white collar” members of the Millicent sub-branch of the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union … Continue reading

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Sacrifices remembered

MILLICENT briefly came to a standstill on Friday morning as 250 people paid tribute to wartime service and sacrifice at the annual Remembrance Day service at the Millicent Cross of Sacrifice. Held in warm weather under blue skies, the Remembrance … Continue reading

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Boat ramp study

WATTLE Range Council will appoint a structural engineer firm to undertake a study on the Beachport boat ramp with a focus on the reduction of the ongoing operational costs. At last week’s meeting, council voted to engage the services of … Continue reading

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Record enrolments received for interactive Millicent playgroup

AN INTERACTIVE playgroup has grown in popularity since starting this school term, with record enrolments prompting St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School to add an additional session to cater for demand. Almost 20 pre-school children are currently enrolled at the new … Continue reading

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Forest data concern

THE Australian Forest Products Association has cautioned against misconstruing data from Safe Work Australia in its recent report “Work-related traumatic injury fatalities, Australia 2015”. Association chief executive officer Ross Hampton said while the report noted fatalities across the agriculture, forestry … Continue reading

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Oval arch reinstalled

AN HISTORIC sign has been returned to its rightful location following strong community support for its restoration. After spending almost a decade in storage, the Gordon Memorial Oval arch has been reinstalled at the Adelaide Road entrance of the Millicent … Continue reading

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Learning from living

CHILDREN at the Gladys Smith Early Learning Centre are gaining awareness of where produce comes from and exploring their relationship with other living things through the addition of three chickens to their learning environment. A coop was funded by the … Continue reading

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Step towards a cure

COMMUNITY members are invited to put on their running shoes and participate in the world’s biggest type 1 diabetes fundraising event. Beachport resident Kerry Oschar is encouraging members of the public to participate in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund One … Continue reading

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