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Allan takes on nation’s best

Allan takes on nation’s best

TALENTED footballer Sarah Allan has completed a meteoric rise from learning how to drop punt as a five year old to taking out a thrilling ...

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Preselection nears

Preselection nears

THE seven candidates for Liberal Party preselection for the local seat of MacKillop are set to address party members at a closed forum in Millicent ...

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Casual day helps ‘firies’

Casual day helps ‘firies’

STUDENTS at Millicent North Primary School exchanged navy and gold uniforms for shades of red, yellow and white at the school’s annual Fire Friday casual ...

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Millicent youngster to help grant wishes

Millicent youngster to help grant wishes

A BRAVE seven-year-old is on a mission to provide comfort for children battling life-threatening illnesses by shaving his head for charity. Millicent’s Joseph Renehan will ...

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Country school drives new tech

Country school drives new tech

A SOUTH East primary school has received a $100,000 grant after being selected as one of five science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) lead schools ...

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Humanitarian support

MEMBERS of a Millicent family are looking for local support as they prepare to render humanitarian assistance in a war-torn part of Africa. Millicent’s Louis and Barbara Leake are heading to a children’s home in Uganda next month and will … Continue reading

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Allan takes on nation’s best

TALENTED footballer Sarah Allan has completed a meteoric rise from learning how to drop punt as a five year old to taking out a thrilling win in the inaugural AFL Women’s (AFLW) competition. In the second historic match, the Adelaide … Continue reading

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Preselection nears

THE seven candidates for Liberal Party preselection for the local seat of MacKillop are set to address party members at a closed forum in Millicent on February 22. The Millicent branch of the Liberal Party has issued invitations to aspiring … Continue reading

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Rider injured in sand dunes

A MOTORCYCLIST was injured after falling from his bike in the sand hills at Canunda National Park on Saturday. The 18-year-old Victorian man fell in the park near the former council rubbish dump, west of Millicent. Help was sought at … Continue reading

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Casual day helps ‘firies’

STUDENTS at Millicent North Primary School exchanged navy and gold uniforms for shades of red, yellow and white at the school’s annual Fire Friday casual day. From Reception students through to the senior school, students donned warm colours last week … Continue reading

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Millicent youngster to help grant wishes

A BRAVE seven-year-old is on a mission to provide comfort for children battling life-threatening illnesses by shaving his head for charity. Millicent’s Joseph Renehan will brave the shave this weekend to raise funds for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, which grants wishes … Continue reading

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Governor tours South East sites

THE Governor of South Australia toured three commercial sites in the Tantanoola region yesterday in the company of senior Wattle Range Council personnel. Hieu Van Le (AC) and his wife Lan Le inspected the Blue Lake Dairy Company’s milk powder … Continue reading

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Country school drives new tech

A SOUTH East primary school has received a $100,000 grant after being selected as one of five science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) lead schools in the state. Mount Burr Primary School will spearhead learning in STEM subjects by working … Continue reading

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