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The Border Watch
South Australia's country newspaper of the year for 2010, 2011 and 2012 is proudly produced in Mount Gambier, covering the broader South East
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The Border Watch 14h
The multi-million dollar processing sector has warned the industry will be potentially tarnished if thousands of cubic metres of rotting is dumped along a local .
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The Border Watch Sep 17
In an extraordinary political development, Grant District Council has moved a motion of no confidence in mayor Richard Sage the day before entering caretaker mode.
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The Border Watch Sep 14
Kalangadoo has held on for a hard-fought victory over Tantanoola to take out the A Grade MSENA premiership 53-44.
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The Border Watch Sep 14
A goal which crossed the line at the final second has crowned Robe as the 2018 MSEFL A Grade premiers in a fairytale win over Mount Burr! Final score 9.10 (64) to 9.7 (61).
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The Border Watch Sep 14
Port MacDonnell’s B Grade netball team has defeated Kalangadoo 34-28 to secure the premiership.
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The Border Watch Sep 14
Scores are level on 25-all at half time of the A Grade MSENA grand final between reigning premiers Kalangadoo and Tantanoola.
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The Border Watch Sep 14
The Mozzies have edged out to a 25-point lead over the Roosters in the A Grade grand final with a half time score of 7.6 (48) to 3.5 (23).
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The Border Watch Sep 14
Kalangadoo has won the A Reserve netball grand final against Port MacDonnell 36-33, while Glencoe prevailed on its home ground in the B Reserve decider against Tantanoola 47-35.
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The Border Watch Sep 14
Hatherleigh’s Reserves have claimed premiership glory with an 8.7 (55) to 6.5 (41) Win over Kongorong.
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The Border Watch Sep 14
Kalangadoo’s 17 and Under netball side has defeated Robe 40-29 to finish the season undefeated. In the 13 and Under decider, Hatherleigh accounted for Tantanoola 30-21.
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The Border Watch Sep 14
Hatherleigh’s senior colts have claimed a convincing win over Robe in the grand final. Final score was 7.10 (52) to 4.4 (28).
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The Border Watch Sep 14
Hatherleigh’s 15 and Under netball team has claimed the premiership win over Mount Burr, 34-29
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The Border Watch Sep 14
The first Mid South East football grand final has been played and won with Kongorong’s junior colts defeating Tantanoola 5.6 (36) to 3.5 (23)
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The Border Watch Sep 13
A timber industry workers union leader has called for a probe into whether water licences should be scrapped for plantations amid predictions the region's forestry estate could shrink by 25pc within a decade.
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Katie Jackson Sep 12
MILLICENT football coach Clint Gallio has announced his departure from the club after winning the 2018 Western Border Football League A Grade premiership.
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The Border Watch Sep 12
The developers of the dilapidated Fidler and Webb site are unable to foreshadow when construction of the proposed $6.8m new shopping complex will get under way.
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The Border Watch Sep 8
Millicent Football Club has won its first A Grade premiership since 1984 over East Gambier by just four points. Final score was 11.11 (77) to 11.7 (73). @ McDonald Park Oval
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The Border Watch Sep 7
The Saints have secured their 10th consecutive WBNA A Grade grand final with a 41-35 win over The Tigers. @ McDonald…
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The Border Watch Sep 7
Half time in the A Grade footy and a quiet quarter sees Millicent hold it’s lead over East 5.5 (35) to 3.4 (22).
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The Border Watch Sep 7
It’s goal for goal in the WBNA A Grade grand final with Millicent narrowly leading North Gambier 29-28 heading into the final quarter.
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