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  1. Young hopefuls grow into tour contendersRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    Anchor Point-South Coast team manager Andrew Lindsey can recall pulling teenagers out of school to contest the inaugural Tour of the Great South Coast. READY: Dylan Lindsey is part of the five-member Anchor Point-South Coast team contesting the Tour of the Great South Coast.

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  2. Thunder keep their top-two hopes aliveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Advocate

    THE North West Thunder's hopes of a top-two finish in the SEABL South Conference remain alive after a gritty 92-80 win over Nunawading on Saturday night. THE North West Thunder's hopes of a top-two finish in the SEABL South Conference remain alive after a gritty 92-80 win over Nunawading on Saturday night.

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  3. Thunder unable to bridge gapRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | The Advocate

    THE North West Thunder fell just short of an incredible comeback victory against Mount Gambier in their SEABL clash on the road last night. THE North West Thunder fell just short of an incredible comeback victory against Mount Gambier in their SEABL clash on the road last night.

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  4. Funding for cycling tour, Moyne gives out $20,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Warrnambool Standard

    THE Tour of the Great South Coast has received a boost with the confirmation of backing from Moyne Shire Council. THE Tour of the Great South Coast has received a boost with the confirmation of backing from Moyne Shire Council.

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  5. Friday Rewind: Beer challenges, 'Nurse girls' and blokes with castlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | ABC News

    In the 1800's, the Border Watch's public notice section was a goldmine of interesting and sometimes entertaining reading material. Before any real regulation came in for the newspaper industry, anyone with the money to spare could purchase a few lines of space, making the pages a veritable wild west for those who wished to air their grievances in public.

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  6. Jordan Murdoch, the chilled out CatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Sydney Morning Herald

    If Geelong is at its mid-winter worst on Saturday, Jordan Murdoch won't mind. And he won't be wearing long sleeves.

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  7. Top spot within reachRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Border Mail

    IF the Albury-Wodonga Bandits can hold their nerve in the next three games, they'll be in the box seat to secure themselves a home final. The first of three must win games comes this Saturday night against the lowly Frankston, before another winnable game against Sandringham is followed by a huge season-ending clash with Southern conference leaders and reigning champions Mt Gambier.

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  8. Local fast food drive-thru crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Naracoorte Herald

    A MOUNT Gambier man was obviously in a rush to quell the munchies at a fast food outlet last night - and it didn't end well. A MOUNT Gambier man was obviously in a rush to quell the munchies last night - and it didn't end well.

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  9. Stop the blame game | COMMENTRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Naracoorte Herald

    CONVERSATIONS with fellow SE residents recently has confirmed growing frustration with what seems to be a never-ending blame game between State and Federal governments. CONVERSATIONS with fellow SE residents recently has confirmed growing frustration with what seems to be a never-ending blame game between State and Federal governments.

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  10. Bragg confident best on way for ThunderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | The Advocate

    Bragg was speaking ahead of tonight's SEABL blockbuster against Mount Gambier, which will be played just six days after the Pioneers beat the Thunder by three points in an overtime thriller at Ulverstone. The Tall Timbers Thunder flies to Mount Gambier this afternoon for the first leg of a road trip to tackle the toughest assignment in the competition, the league-leading Pioneers.

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  11. Captain Keem on the mendRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | The Hamilton Spectator

    WESTERNS Football Club senior captain Michael Keem is on the road to recovery after a nasty collision involving an opposition player last Saturday afternoon. Early in the third quarter of the round 12 South West District Football League match up between Westerns and Dartmoor, Keem collided with Giants player Jay Ropitini while contesting for the football, with both players collapsing.

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  12. Drop your prices Rex: country SA travellers say airfares too highRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | ABC News

    An on-going debate amongst South Australian country travellers has risen again, with a petition asking airline Regional Express to bring their regional ticket prices in line with capital city destinations, gaining nearly 1,500 supporters. Asking for the airline to 'drop their prices and support rural people', the petition claims the lowest price for a return flight from Mount Gambier to Adelaide on a particular date would cost a traveller $401, whereas a return flight from Adelaide to Melbourne cost as little as $136 via a different carrier.

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  13. Farmers flock to Naracoorte for grasslands conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Naracoorte Herald

    THERE was an influx of utes and farmers to Naracoorte when the Grasslands Society of Southern Australia held its annual conference last week. Sandy Nott , Alister Just and Geoffrey Burkes grab a cuppa and have a chat during one of the breaks during the two-day Grasslands Society conference at Naracoorte last week.

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  14. Wine show entries openRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Naracoorte Herald

    THE finest wines from across the Limestone Coast will soon be put to the ultimate test, with entries for the prestigious 15th Limestone Coast Wine Show officially open. THE finest wines from across the Limestone Coast will soon be put to the ultimate test, with entries for the prestigious 15th Limestone Coast Wine Show officially open.

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  15. Parents of drug addicts tell inquiry Mt Gambier needs 24/7 crisis centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | ABC News

    "You don't even know your own daughter. When she's coming down, her eyes are like the devil.

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  16. Gold for tinned milkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Warrnambool Standard

    MORE farms are set to be purchased by Camperdown Dairy International as the fledgling processor builds on a successful Chinese deal. MORE farms are set to be purchased by Camperdown Dairy International as the fledgling processor builds on a successful Chinese deal.

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  17. Milk DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | Warrnambool Standard

    A NINE billion dollar deal for a new Camperdown dairy processor to supply powdered milk to China is set to create more than 100 jobs, management say. Camperdown Dairy International corporate systems manager David Mullins , CEO Phil McFarlane and project manager Adam Green, with Corangamite Shire's planning building services manager Greg Hayes, planning officer Andrew Lancashire and CEO Andrew Mason at the presentation of the planning permit for the new dairy venture in October 2014.

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  18. Young gymnasts jump to invitational successRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | Warrnambool Standard

    BALANCE: Warrnambool gymnast Brigette Fergus, 11, was among more than 300 who competed at the two-day invitational. Picture: Vicky Hughson The pick of the results came in girls' level seven, with Lucinda Cahill, Sophie Weir and Amy Johnston completing a clean sweep of the podium.

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  19. Footage from GoPro camera shows SA sniffer dog in prison sweepRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | ABC News

    Footage taken from a camera attached to a sniffer dog has given the public a "unique insight" into police attempts to stop contraband entering the prison system, a South Australian minister has said. A GoPro camera was fitted to a sniffer dog as it performed a "sweep" of Mount Gambier Prison with its handler.

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  20. 'Ice' taskforce reveals priority areas for actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | ABC News

    Mount Gambier, in South Australia's south-east, hosted the first community 'ice' forum for the taskforce in May and it went on to collect 1,300 submissions from around the nation, as well as advice from experts and community members. The Member for Barker, Tony Pasin, said a collaborative approach between federal, state and territory leaders needed to continue in order to address the issue.

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