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  1. Sidecars scream around Naracoorte trackRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Naracoorte Herald

    There was some fast and furious action when round one of the Australian Sidecar Association season was conducted at Naracoorte on April 25-26. There was some fast and furious action when round one of the Australian Sidecar Association season was conducted at Naracoorte on April 25-26.

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  2. South east history lost in translation, former news cameramen fearRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ABC News

    Former WIN cameramen are concerned nearly 50 years of the south east's television news history will be lost, if measures are not taken to preserve it. Darryl 'Sid' Hosking, who was a cameraman for SES 8 and WIN for 44 years, was among a number of staff who lost their jobs following WIN's decision to stop producing the south east and Riverland regional news bulletins in early 2012.

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  3. Wild weather sweeps across SARead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NEWS.com.au

    MORE than 13,000 properties are without power and the State Emergency Service has taken more than 100 calls for help as a blast of wild weather sweeps across South Australia. WINDS gusts have hit more than 100km/h in some areas and a severe weather warning for coastal regions has been issued for Tuesday.

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  4. Nicole Muller, 18, was named national cattle parader 2015 and is now...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ABC News

    Nicole Muller, 18, was named national cattle parader 2015 and is now volunteering in her Mount Gambier community to entice other youth into the ring. Nicole Muller, 18, was named national cattle parader 2015 and is now volunteering in her Mount Gambier community to entice other youth into the ring.

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  5. Mount Gambier switches to bore water today during Blue Lake infrastructure upgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | ABC News

    Mount Gambier's water supply will be switched to bore water from today as work begins on a $2.5 million infrastructure upgrade. SA Water said customers may notice a slight difference in taste and colour while the work was underway, however the water met the Australian drinking water guidelines and was safe to drink.

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  6. Driver who killed four people while distracted by GPS given excessive prison sentence, lawyer saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | ABC News

    A driver who caused a crash in which four people died while being distracted by his GPS has been given an excessive prison sentence, his lawyer told the Court of Criminal Appeal. Alexander Thomas Wooldridge, 65, pleaded guilty to four counts of causing death by dangerous driving and one of causing serious harm by dangerous driving after the incident in South Australia's south-east in December .

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  7. Killer driver allowed to appeal sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NEWS.com.au

    CRIME fighting is not as slick and seamless as television shows would have it and the Bali 9 executions might have just made it harder, writes MAL FARR. THE head of the AFP has defended its role in the Bali Nine arrest, saying it was not in a position to arrest any drug couriers at the time they left Australia.

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  8. All that jazz: Mount Gambier's Generations in Jazz 2015 in photosRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 3 | ABC News

    It was jazz capital at Mount Gambier on the weekend as 3,700 young musicians flocked to the Blue Lake city for Generations in Jazz 2015. Dulcet tones: In his fifth year as a finalist, Liam Burrows won the 2015 Vocal Scholarship.

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  9. Victorian and South Australian landholders seek US legal help in fighting coal seam gasRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 3 | ABC News

    Victorian landholders will join graziers and politicians from South Australia in consulting New York lawyers in a bid to ramp up the fight against coal seam gas operations. More than 100 people descended on a property at North Byaduk in Victoria's south-west on Sunday to declare their intention to keep the region free of gas fields.

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  10. Irish jockey finds success following move to Australian tracksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | ABC News

    It is a long way from County Meath in Ireland to Morphettville Racecourse in Adelaide but for apprentice jockey Emily Finnegan the journey has been worth it. The 21-year-old is making a name for herself, riding a series of winners in South Australian metropolitan and country race meets.

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  11. Shotguns, safes and stolen cars: the things you find down sinkholesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | ABC News

    In the last few decades, there's been some strange things spotted in the depths of the Limestone Coast's famous sinkholes. The farmer and the errant wife: An entertaining story surrounds the reason why a 1966 Morris 1100 lies at the bottom of the Little Blue Lake.

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  12. Are these the luckiest people in SA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | NEWS.com.au

    A MOUNT Gambier man says he or his work mate could have been killed if a metal bar that pierced their windscreen while driving in the state's South East had impaled either of them. Jesse Henderson, 19, was driving the refrigeration van on Cafprico Rd, in Compton, with colleague Ash Bartlett, 32, when something suddenly smashed into their windscreen about 8.50am on Thursday.

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  13. Lucky escape as bar skewers vehicleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Naracoorte Herald

    TWO Mount Gambier men are lucky to be alive after a metal bar dislodged from a trailer being towed by a truck at Compton on Tuesday. TWO Mount Gambier men are lucky to be alive after a metal bar dislodged from a trailer being towed by a truck at Compton on Tuesday.

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  14. International cycling star Jens Voigt leads Tour de CureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | Warrnambool Standard

    GERMAN cycling legend Jens Voigt has swigged a beer and been propositioned by a middle-aged man while riding the lonely miles home after shepherding his team leaders to the front of international races. German cyclist Jens Voigt , Sydney cyclist Ben Turner and Zac Cashill, of Warrnambool, warm up on exercise bikes.

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  15. Chargers snap up Kings guardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | The Mercury

    THE Hobart Chargers have moved swiftly to replace axed American point guard Cameron Bennerman, snapping up Sydney Kings guard Kevin White. White will arrive in Hobart this morning and is set to play against Brisbane in today's 8pm tip-off at the Hobart Netball and Sports Centre.

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  16. Hashtag: The tweeting farmerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | ABC News

    In between milking 600 cows and running his Compton farm, Charles Wallis has become a bit of an expert in expressing himself in 140 characters. Using social media platform Twitter, the South East dairy farmer is sharing 'a bit of banter' with the world some days, and holding big corporations to account on others.

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  17. Naracoorte Lucindale Council to join China trade missionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | ABC News

    Naracoorte Lucindale Council will join three other south-east councils on a South Australian Government trade mission to China next month. Mayor Erika Vickery will join the mayors of Grant District Council, the City of Mount Gambier and Wattle Range on a tour to Shandong Province, South Australia's sister state in China.

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  18. Tough results in quiet weekendRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 28 | The Hamilton Spectator

    ROUND three of the Lower South East Hockey Association saw Portland's division two men and women sides have byes, and the remaining Portland teams facing tough losses. The division three women's side was the only senior side that played on the weekend and it made the trip to Mt Gambier to play Redbacks.

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  19. Mount Gambier facing bore water use during Blue Lake infrastructure workRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | ABC News

    Mount Gambier residents will be drinking bore water for up to a week, starting on Monday, while two essential infrastructure projects are carried out at the Blue Lake. SA Water's senior manager of water treatment and quality, Janina Morrison, said customers may notice a slight difference in taste and colour while the work was underway.

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  20. Todd Satchell records biggest win in Wal Smith Memorial race at CastertonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 27 | Stawell Times-News

    Stawell Great Western cyclist Todd Satchell, riding for the Anchor Point South Coast Cycling Team, registered his biggest win in cycling with victory in the 70th annual staging of the Wal Smith Memorial Casterton 50. Stawell Great Western cyclist Todd Satchell, riding for the Anchor Point South Coast Cycling Team, registered his biggest win in cycling with victory in the 70th annual staging of the Wal Smith Memorial Casterton 50. Satchell, 22, was a member of the five minute second scratch bunch, which along with riders from third scratch, was able to take the race lead on the outskirts of Casterton and go on to provide the top four placegetters.

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