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Call for Community Reference Group Applications
22 June

​The City of Mount Gambier seeks applications from members of the Limestone Coast community interested in becoming a member of the Mount Gambier Regional Sport and Recreation Centre Community Reference Group. The Community Reference Group will play an important role in representing the community by providing input into the design, functionality and operations of the proposed $40million centre. Read full article

Fund to support swimmer to attend championships
13 June

The City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund is pleased to support local swimmer Jordy Martin who has been selected in the School SA Swimming Team to compete in the School Sport Swimming Championships to be held in Hobart, Tasmania in July 2018.​ Read full article

Young baseballer supported by Junior Sports Fund
01 June

The City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund congratulates Brock Keding on his participation in two National Baseball tournaments in recent weeks. Last week Brock competed in the 2018 Senior League National Championship Under 17 Charter Team Adelaide Titans in Lismore, against New South Wales and won silver. Read full article

A history of Australian cooking
29 May

​“Tried, Tested and True” is a priceless collection of classic recipes as well as untold stories from Australian Community Cookbooks by bestselling author of “The Australian Blue Ribbon Cookbook”, Liz Harfull. Liz will launch her latest release at the Mount Gambier Library on Thursday 7 June 2018 at 7:00pm. Tried, Tested and True was inspired by such a Community Cookbook: the 1933 edition of the “Suttontown Recipe Cookbook”. Read full article

Microchip your pet by 30 June
25 May

​Following changes to the Dog and Cat Management Act, from 1 July 2018, all dogs and cats must be microchipped. All new generations of dogs and cats (born after 1 July 2018) must be desexed with exemptions to apply for working dogs and registered breeders. The Dogs and Cats Online system is a one-stop online service for all registration payments, microchipping and breeder information and is accessible 24/7, including on mobile devices. Read full article

'Hickory Dickory Dash' live at City Hall
23 May

​More than 240 local school children were entertained by the Mount Gambier Library’s theatrical performance of “Hickory Dickory Dash” at City Hall as part of National Simultaneous Storytime. Every year, a picture book written and illustrated by an Australian author is read simultaneously across the nation on the same day at the same time, in kindergartens, schools, bookshops and libraries. Read full article

Celebrating National Volunteer Week
18 May

During National Volunteer Week 21 to 27 May 2018, the City of Mount Gambier acknowledges the generous contributions made by local volunteers. This year's theme 'give a little, change a lot' represents the millions of volunteers nationally who make a profound impact within their respective communities. Read full article

$6.8million ALDI Application Approved
17 May

The City of Mount Gambier has approved a $6.8million development application from ALDI to construct a supermarket, four retail outlets and extended car park at 58 Commercial Street East Mount Gambier, the site formerly occupied by the Fidler and Webb shopping complex. Read full article

Five new Australian citizens welcomed
11 May

Five members of the Mount Gambier community took the final step in their journey to become an Australian citizen last week. Candiates made the Australian Citizenship oath, pledging their loyalty to Australia at a City of Mount Gambier Citizenship Ceremony held at the Civic Centre Council Chamber on Thursday 3 May 2018. Read full article

Fund continues to support talented young athletes
11 May

The City of Mount Gambier Junior Sports Assistance Fund congratulates Hayden Crowe on his selection to participate in the 2018 Australian Little Athletics Championships. Hayden attended the 2018 Australian Little Athletics Championships in Runaway Bay, Queensland during April. He received a $150 donation from the fund to help get him there. Read full article