Home' The Murray Pioneer : October 24th 2014 Contents www.murraypioneer.com.au Friday, October 24, 2014 NEWS 7
Let's create a better
state of health.
We've always worked hard to provide South Australians with healthcare you can
depend on. We're still building, but with changing community needs and advances
in treatments and technology, now is the time to transform our health system so that
it can provide you with consistent, quality care in the future.
We have consulted with our doctors, nurses and other health professionals across
the state to explore the best ways to achieve this.
And because it's your health system,
we want you to get involved at
Extensive contact across the whole district through
work, sport and recreation makes me aware of the
I continue to work for:
● considered and controlled budget spending
● prioritised and quicker project delivery
● efficient and equitable service provision
● development to support all towns
Your strong voice for the community
Re-elect Trevor "Nobby" Norton
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PO Box 8, Kingston-On-Murray SA 5331
for experience and
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RENMARK'S new boat
mooring pontoon system will
be officially opened tonight.
Member for Barker Tony
Pasin and Renmark Paringa
Council chief executive offic-
er Tony Siviour will attend
the opening, to be held at the
The eight-berth boat sys-
tem, part of the Renmark
Town Centre Revitalisation
Project, cost $210,000 and was
designed to increase connectiv-
ity between the river and town
Mr Siviour said the new
boat moorings would encour-
age more people to enjoy the
"We have seen an explosion
of wake and speed boats com-
ing into the region, in particu-
lar to the Big 4 (Riverfront)
Caravan Park," he said.
"These people out on the
water can now conveniently
moor and come and enjoy the
facilities and dining experienc-
es, and spend money within the
township of Renmark."
Mayor of Renmark Paringa
Council Neil Martinson said
the final phase of the revitali-
sation project would include
the installation of drinking
fountains, bike tracks and
community art, along with
parking modifications on
"This project is a real win
for the region and an infra-
structure asset the Renmark
community can be proud of,"
Renmark's new mooring pontoon, behind the Renmark Club, will be officially opened tonight.
THE winners of the 2014 South Australian Regional
Awards for the Murraylands and Riverland region
were announced on Tuesday night, with six locals
taking out awards in various categories.
Riverland Youth Theatre, Glenview Poultry
Farm, 919 Wines and Almondco Australia received
awards, along with Gwenda Webber, of Waikerie,
and Meg Gillespie, of Barmera.
The awards ceremony, held at the Waikerie Hotel
Motel, was attended by 200 people.
A record 383 nominations for the region were
received, and Brand South Australia chief executive
officer Karen Raffen congratulated the winners on
"The competition was stronger than ever before
with very high quality entries," she said.
"Both the winners and finalists should be
extremely proud to make it this far."
Local award winners:
Dr+Group Arts Award -- Riverland Youth Theatre
Telstra Small Business Award -- Glenview Poultry
Telstra Large Business Award -- Almondco
Seniors Card Community Individual Award --
Gwenda Webber OAM
Food South Australia Regional Food Award --
PIRSA Regional Wine Award -- 919 Wines
Leukaemia Foundation Youth Award -- Meg
Farmers Union Iced Coffee Hall of Fame Award
-- Almondco Australia (Food 2012, Large Business
2014, Regional Food 2014)
Regional award winners revealed
Leukaemia Foundation Youth Award winner Meg Gillespie, of Barmera, with
mother Monique and grandfather Brian Caddy at the 2014 South Australian
Regional Awards held at the Waikerie Hotel Motel on Tuesday night.
Waikerie's Gwen Webber was
awarded the Seniors Card Community
Individual Award. She is pictured with
Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone.
Arrosto Coffee's Callum and Lauren
Benda were finalists in this year's
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