Mount Gambier, Australia Newswire

Mount Gambier, Australia Newswire

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  1. Richmond Tigers' Alex Rance on track for AFL return in pre-seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    Richmond star defender Alex Rance is slated to make his AFL return in the JLT Community Series, but will still be managed ahead of round one. Kaitlyn Ashmore kicks a goal of the year contender, the Pies get their first win and Tayla Harris takes down two in a huge collision.

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  2. First round boon for motocross clubRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Warrnambool Standard

    FLYING HIGH: Motocross riders will make their way to Allansford's Lake Gillear track this weekend for the Western Region Motocross Series. MORE than 250 riders will be tearing up the track at Allansford's Lake Gillear this weekend for the first round of the Western Region Motocross Series.

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  3. How to support yourself and feed 250 families from your backyardRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | ABC News

    Regional communities would thrive, the environment would be in better nick and people would be happier - they are but some of the benefits Tara-Lee and Brian Joyce saw in using less than half a hectare of land to feed 250 families and support themselves. "If you've got more families living off an acre and a half, you can have a lot more families in the community," Mr Joyce said.

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  4. Youth of the Year winnersRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Naracoorte Herald

    YOUTH OF THE YEAR: Naracoorte High School students Ryan Pedler , Tamika Nash-Hahn and Sarah Aylesbury are pictured with principal Kym Grant. Three Year 12 students from Naracoorte High School competed in the recent Lions Club Youth of the Year competition held in Naracoorte.

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  5. Man critical after German Flat roll overRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NEWS.com.au

    A MAN is fighting for his life at the Royal Adelaide Hospital after his car rolled in the state's south east. Emergency crews were dispatched to the intersection of Gowers Rd and Benara Hd Line Rd in German Flat at about 5.45pm on Tuesday.

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  6. Pupils get a GRIP on leadershipRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Hamilton Spectator

    PUPILS from Portland, Heywood and surrounding districts came together for an action-packed day of personal development at the highly-popular GRIP Leadership Conference in Mount Gambier on February 21. The Portland Aluminium-sponsored trip saw 47 pupils from Portland, Heywood and surrounding districts join more than 400 students from South Australia and Victoria for the sixth conference, where they reflected on the core values of generosity, responsibility, integrity and people. Through a mixture of lectures, team building exercises and reflection time, pupils actively focused on how to become better leaders in their schools and the community.

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  7. Joy is par for courseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Warrnambool Standard

    STALWART: Warrnambool golfer Bessie McGrath says golf has given her a great deal of enjoyment over the years. Picture: Amy Paton Bessie, must admit I'm pretty jealous of your sporting highlight of getting two holes-in-one playing golf.

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  8. Forestry companies urge public to use new litter reporting appRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    Forest managers in South Australia's south-east are hopeful new legislative powers to help the public dob in litterbugs may help combat the problem of illegal dumping in forests. This month, the Environmental Protection Authority launched its Dob in a Litterer campaign as new provisions under the Local Nuisance and Litter Control Act 2016 came into effect.

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  9. Under-12 boys and under-14 girls taste success in NaracoorteRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 12 | The Hamilton Spectator

    THE Portland junior Coasters enjoyed an excellent weekend during the Naracoorte Junior Basketball Tournament with the division one under-12 boys and under-14 girls winning grand finals. The under-12 boys went through the tournament undefeated, defeating Millicent by one point in scorching heat while the under-14 girls overcame Millicent in their final.

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  10. Gray to make case to tackle TigersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | The Mercury

    AFL: St Kilda have fought off a spirited Port Adelaide comeback in the JLT community series, in a clash with plenty of positives for both sides. AFL - Showdown 41 - Port Adelaide v Adelaide Crows at Adelaide Oval.

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  11. Heywood Truck and Ute Show a resounding successRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 26 | The Hamilton Spectator

    THE Heywood Truck and Ute Show, which has become a huge drawcard for the Wood, Wine and Roses Festival, hosted a special guest on Saturday. Glenn 'Yogi' Kendall, who is one of the stars of Outback Truckers on Channel 7, rolled into Heywood with 24 prime movers and their drivers as part of a convoy from Mt Gambier.

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  12. Lade wants Dixon part of ruck mixRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 26 | The Mercury

    CHARLIE Dixon's label as "key forward" - and exclusive role as the major focal point of the Port Adelaide attack - is up for debate at Alberton. New Power rucks-forwards coach Brendon Lade is challenging senior coach Ken Hinkley's vow to keep 200cm Dixon at the goalfront.

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  13. Top Six Shoot Out at Kalkee's Blue Ribbon RacewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | The Ararat Advertiser

    Mt Gambier driver Mark Jennings led the competition all night winning all three of his heat races. Penola driver Steve Gartner was also on top on the field while Kathryn Jackson of Warracknabeal beat the men home in one heat to easily earn a first position.

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  14. Noll no-show at Adelaide assault hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | NEWS.com.au

    Shannon Noll has been told he must appear at his next court date after missing a scheduled hearing in Adelaide over an alleged strip club assault. The 41-year-old singer was charged with assault after a scuffle with security guard outside the Crazy Horse Revue in the early hours of January 15. Reporters waited outside Adelaide Magistrates Court for Noll to appear as scheduled on Friday but he did not attend the hearing.

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  15. Heywood festival a 'worthwhile' dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | Warrnambool Standard

    Winners: Warrnambool-based Jake Carter and Tom Freeman both won prizes at the ute show at Heywood's Wood, Wine and Roses Festival. All smiles: Levi Staude, 5, from Mount Gambier, was enjoying himself at Heywood's Wood, Wine and Roses Festival on Saturday.

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  16. Houston rockets into Round 1 contentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | The Mercury

    AFL: St Kilda have fought off a spirited Port Adelaide comeback in the JLT community series, in a clash with plenty of positives for both sides. HE was drafted as a forward but Port Adelaide rookie Dan Houston has gone into defence and emerged as a Round 1 bolter after an eye-catching performance in the JLT Series opener.

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  17. Greyhound trainer banned over drugged dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | NEWS.com.au

    Bus drivers threaten industrial action, explosive scenes outside court, a violent history of Dudley Davey and a golf club used to break into cars. AN Adelaide greyhound trainer has been disqualified after his dog was found with amphetamines in its system following a race win at Gawler last year.

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  18. Shannon Noll fails to show up to face assault chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | Daily Mail

    Shannon Noll fails to show up to face charges of assaulting a bouncer after he was refused entry to Crazy Horse strip club Shannon Noll was excused from a scheduled court appearance over a scuffle with security guards outside an Adelaide strip club.

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  19. Shannon Noll a no-show at Adelaide courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | NEWS.com.au

    Shannon Noll has been excused from a scheduled court appearance over a scuffle with security guards outside an Adelaide strip club. The 41-year-old singer is accused of assaulting a bouncer after he was removed from the Crazy Horse Revue early on January 15. Magistrate Rodney Oates was obliging but said Noll must appear in person on the next occasion, a pre-trail conference in April.

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  20. Eccentric late artist Lorry Humphreys honoured with exhibition in Mt GambierRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | ABC News

    A blue eyebrow pencil is not the kind of item normally on display at Mount Gambier's Riddoch Art Gallery, but in an exhibition from late artist Lorry Humphreys, it makes perfect sense. The elderly lady famous for her blue eyebrows, knitted hats and love of art, donated her entire estate - valued at $1.4million - to a Mount Gambier philanthropic foundation after her death in 2015.

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