By Leanne Becroft Limestone Coast Toy Library is an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation, located at 14 Rolland Street, Naracoorte – the previous site of the Christian School. Members will be able to borrow up to 4 toys each month from our collection of toys, books, games and puzzles for an affordable membership fee. This cuts costs […]
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2023 Qualifying Final 26th August to be played at Penola 9.00am – Division 2 – Naracoorte v Keith 10.30am – Division 1 – Penola v Naracoorte 10.30am – 13 & Under A – Naracoorte v Kybybolite 12.00noon – B Grade – Border Districts v Lucindale 12.00noon – Division 3 – Naracoorte v Bordertown 1.30pm – […]
By Bridging the Gap. 10th August 2023: Twenty two ladies played 24 boards & we all enjoyed seeing Liz Ogilvie & Jenni Castine back at the bridge club again and we welcomed Christina Crowe, from Sydney, who played with her sister-in-law, Sandra Haynes. Sandra was overheard complaining of being ‘brain dead’ however her score definitely […]
By Nasik Swami
A federal member of parliament says the Australian Indigenous Voice referendum will create two classes of Australian citizens – those who can trace their heritage to Australia’s First Peoples and those who can’t. Opposing the referendum in its entirety, Tony Pasin said the proposed Voice will enshrine division in the constitution. “Instead […]
By Max Clifford. On a surprisingly frosty morning, a field of 62 played the Blue Lake course, with one of their stalwarts, Russell Lingham, our Secretary, winning Div 2 with a lovely 40 points from Kenny Milsop and Kingston’s Peter Stojanovski, who both had 35. First Div was won by Robe’s Gordon Fleming on 37, […]
By Nasik Swami
The Naracoorte-Lucindale Council is under no financial stress. That’s the assurance from mayor Patrick Ross, who says the unfinished capital works in the 2022-2023 financial year did not mean council had run out of money. In its July meeting, the council endorsed carry-forward of the capital expenditure from its 2022–2023 budget to […]
By Diann Norman. The Foursomes Championships hosted by the Mt Gambier Golf Club was played in ideal weather with the course in great condition. 9 clubs were represented in the Champion of Champions event with the Bordertown pair of Anna Dawes and Sharon Leigh taking out the win. The Championship Foursomes was also won by […]
Resthaven has launched a new government-funded program which aims to support older South Australians living with dementia to stay at home for as long as possible. The ‘Staying at Home in Regional South Australia’ program […]
By Diann Norman. The SE District competition for the 36 plus handicap players was held at the Mt Gambier Golf Club in ideal conditions on 14th August. It was Kay Bowman from the Beachport Golf Club who took out the honours. She won with 34 points followed by Fiona McInnes from the Lucindale Golf Club […]
By Liz Travers.
The Naracoorte Ladies Probus Club held its monthly meeting on 24 July at the Naracoorte Hotel. 20 members and two visitors attended. Kerin Grosser was inducted into the club, bringing our total membership to 28 members. Dr Liz Reed was our guest speaker. Dr Reed is a lecturer and researcher in Palaeontology […]
By Michael Waters. Griffin had a big win over Troll on Monday night in A grade table tennis. Griffin won all three doubles matches that helped give them a 9-3 win. For Griffin, Steve Lawrie won 3 singles, Simon Smith won one single and Kevin Schultz won 2 singles. Kevin has been the big improver […]
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