Category Archives: News

Vehicle rollover

A LOCAL man was airlifted to Adelaide in a life-threatening condition after his utility rolled over at German Flat, near Tantanoola, on Tuesday afternoon. At press time yesterday, Millicent police said the 61-year-old man was being treated in the Flinders … Continue reading

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Craft talents help raise cancer funds

A GROUP of community-minded crafters using the art of quilting to pursue advances in curing childhood cancers have been recognised for their efforts. Craftswomen from the Quilts for a Cause program were honoured by the Lions Club of Millicent for … Continue reading

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Head shave to raise funds

A SOUTH East woman will brave the shave to pay homage to a childhood friend who overcame blood cancer as part of the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave campaign. Former Mount Burr resident Tammarra Whitaker’s luscious locks will be lost … Continue reading

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Catamaran launched

HUNDREDS gathered to witness the launch of the supersize catamaran Obsession at Beachport on Friday morning. School students, residents and tourists gathered to witness the catamaran being craned from a truck into the water adjacent the Beachport recreational boat ramp. … Continue reading

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Graduate recognised

A SOUTH East graduate has been recognised by the Governor of South Australia for her meritorious achievements in the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE). Kangaroo Inn Area School alumni Chelsea Brooks, 18, was among 27 students presented with the … Continue reading

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Tropical dream set for mayoral cabaret

THE MILLICENT Civic and Arts Centre will transform into a tropical dream in April for the 2017 mayoral cabaret. Community members are encouraged to dust off their dancing shoes and sport their best Hawaiian shirts when the popular event makes … Continue reading

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Deregulation concern

THE owners of Millicent’s two independent supermarkets have called for the status quo to be maintained with respect to shopping hours. Wattle Range Council started a formal public consultation process yesterday about the possibility of deregulating Millicent’s shopping hours. Millicent … Continue reading

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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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