Naracoorte, July 22, 2024

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Police crisis

Police crisis

By Nasik Swami  Bold measures and policies need to be put in place to solve the "crisis" facing police in Naracoorte and its surrounding towns. Shadow Minister for Police Sam Telfer says there are some "real challenges" facing police in South Australia that are...

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Police crisis

Police services on the radar

By Nasik Swami A regional policing review team has been set up to examine police requirements in the Limestone Coast region. The review is part of the strategies employed by the South Australia Police to make communities in the region safer from criminal activities and increase police presence on our streets. SA Police told The […]

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What’s the strategy?

What’s the strategy?

By Nasik Swami The Naracoorte Hospital does not have a specific strategic plan that sets its direction for the future. This newspaper has queried Limestone Coast Local Health Network Board chairman Grant King on the strategic direction of the hospital and what the focus of the strategic plan was. Mr King said the board had […]

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Environment of fear

By Nasik Swami Many children in the district are growing up in an environment of fear because of domestic violence, says a regional community family care organisation. Limestone Coast-based Centacare says their data shows many children from the area have developed unusual behaviour patterns because of their experiences at home. The executive manager for Domestic […]

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Union: Not enough incentives

Union: Not enough incentives

By Nasik Swami Give enough incentives to attract and retain police officers to work in rural South Australia. That’s the call to the government from the Police Association of South Australia, the union representing police officers. President Mark Carroll told The News that it was a “perennial challenge” to attract enough police officers to work in […]

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Naracoorte Branch of Cancer Council SA Biggest Morning Tea

Naracoorte Branch of Cancer Council SA Biggest Morning Tea

Proudly Limestone Coast appoint new CEO By Danielle England, Chair, Limestone Coast Food & Agribusiness Cluster (Proudly Limestone Coast) Proudly Limestone Coast is delighted to announce the appointment of Gideon Sinclair to the role of Chief Executive Officer. Gideon brings over 25 years of operations management and executive leadership experience to the role, which is […]

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Union: Not enough incentives

Faceless no pamphlet

Your Say: Cliff Hignett, Naracoorte  A pamphlet, just received in my mail box, states ‘The Voice – Risky! Unknown! Permanent!’.  Rumour has it that this is just the first of many similar leaflets we will get in addition to the taxpayer-funded YES and NO cases.  A quick read established that the arguments were the same […]

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Proudly Limestone Coast appoint new CEO

Proudly Limestone Coast appoint new CEO

By Danielle England, Chair, Limestone Coast Food & Agribusiness Cluster (Proudly Limestone Coast) Proudly Limestone Coast is delighted to announce the appointment of Gideon Sinclair to the role of Chief Executive Officer. Gideon brings over 25 years of operations management and executive leadership experience to the role, which is underpinned by a strong passion for […]

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Union: Not enough incentives

Tennis SA State League All Stars coming to the South East

By Breanna Hassam, Tennis SA Tennis SA has today announced the South East region will host the Tennis SA State League All Stars, as part of the 2023-24 State League season.  Tennis SA, in conjunction with the Naracoorte Lucindale Council and Lucindale Country Club, will host the event at the Lucindale Country Club on Saturday […]

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Bill keeping Naracoorte on track 

Bill keeping Naracoorte on track 

By Paul Mitchell By necessity, the Scouts’ ‘be prepared’ motto also fits the philosophy of long-serving Naracoorte Racing Club track manager Bill Vine.  The club’s next scheduled meeting is more than two months away, on Friday 20 October, but a combination of recent history and old-fashioned pride in performance has the local track race-ready 365 […]

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Police crisis

Footy Report

Mundulla made a pre-finals statement by comfortably beating fellow top five team Kingston in last Saturday’s KNTFL match of the round. After an even start, Mundulla pulled further away the longer the game went, to win 16.16 to 11.8. Gun goalkicker James Hinge was again in good touch with 5 goals and captain Nick Mosey […]

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