Mount Gambier

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SES/RTS - News Output
... Reporters and camera crews were based within the area at newsrooms in Mount Gambier and Loxton with the bulletin latterly broadcast from NWS-9's studios in Adelaide ... The chief of staff is Jack Lamont, based in Mount Gambier ... The reporters are Jack Lamont in Mount Gambier and Jessica Stanley Adam Watherston in Loxton ...
List Of Australian Prisons - South Australia
... are managed by the South Australian, Department for Correctional Services apart from the Mount Gambier Prison which is managed by GSL Group ... Department for Correctional Services 1987 - 327 Murray Bridge Mount Gambier Prison Operational Minimum to maximum GSL Group 1995 - 139 Mount Gambier Port Augusta Prison Operational ...
Mount Gambier (volcano)
... Mount Gambier is a maar complex in South Australia associated with the Newer Volcanics Province ... Mount Gambier is thought to have formed by a mantle plume centre called the East Australia hotspot which may currently lie offshore ... survey brig HMS Lady Nelson and named for Lord James Gambier, Admiral of the Fleet ...
Mount Gambier, South Australia - Infrastructure - Transport
... Mount Gambier sits on a number of highways which connect the city to other major towns in the region, as well as to Adelaide and Melbourne ... Before conversion of the Melbourne-Adelaide railway to standard gauge in 1995, Mount Gambier was connected to Adelaide on the broad gauge network via Naracoorte ... Mount Gambier Airport is located a few kilometres north of the city via the Riddoch Highway ...
Members Of The South Australian House Of Assembly, 1962–1965
... LCL Eyre 1956–1968 Hon David Brookman LCL Alexandra 1948–1973 Allan Burdon Labor Mount Gambier 1962–1975 Gabe Bywaters Labor Murray 1956–1968 Tom Casey Labor Frome 1960–1970 John Clark ...

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