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The Wunkar Football Club is seeking a
Trainer for the 2017 Season.
Applicant must be dedicated and available to
Thursday night trainings and Saturday games for
Netball, Colts and A Grade players.
All materials and equipment are supplied and a
Trainer allowance is to be discussed with
the successful applicant.
First Aid essential.
Level 1 Accreditation preferred however
accreditation can be obtained at Club’s expense.
All applications can be sent via email to
CMV Farms is a company with diverse horticultural
and viticultural holdings in South Australia and
Victoria and is part of the CMV Group of companies
CMV Farms is in the process of developing a 600
hectare “Greenfield’s” almond orchard located 12 km
from Loxton SA. The first 150 hectare’s were planted
in 2016, a further 300 are now under development with
further plantings planned over the next few years.
Currently we are calling for expressions of interest to
be part of this exciting and successful development.
Towards the end of the year we will be recruiting
for a variety of positions. This is a great opportunity
to expand on your skills or develop new ones.
CMV is committed to training and retaining the best
employees in the industry.
If you are interested in finding out more please
contact the Property Manager on 0418 279 805
or email email@example.com for further
information. All future roles will be advertised locally.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
“Food Riverland Inc”
is seeking a part time manager for its
Riverland Farmers Market
based in Berri.
This is a contract position with some
flexibility in working hours.
The successful applicant will need to be available on
Saturdays from 6.00am till 1.00pm plus meet the
expectation that they will be the communication contact
for the market on other days.
This is an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic
person and remuneration will be tied to your success.
Further details are available from
Ed Cottam 0417885564
I, Tony Siviour, Chief Executive Officer, for, and
on behalf of the Renmark Paringa Council,
exercise the authority delegated by the Minister
of Transport under Section 11 Road Traffic Act,
and make the following order under Section 33 of
I declare that the ‘Paringa Paddock Trail Launch’
is an event to which this section applies and that
the following road be closed to vehicle traffic
on Saturday 27 May 2017 between 9:30am to
Within the Renmark Paringa Council:
Portion of Patey Drive in front of the Arthur
Shepherd Lions Park
I direct that persons taking part in the ‘Paringa
Paddock Trail Launch’ on the above roads be
exempted from all Australian Road Rules relating
to pedestrian behaviour, wearing of seatbelts and
the carriage of persons in or on vehicles.
Chief Executive Officer
P (08) 8580 3000
Notice of Road Closure
Section 33 Road Traffic Act 1961
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TWG Loxton is the Australian arm of the world’s third
largest wine producing company. Our Loxton Winery
is a highly regarded production facility, primarily
focused on producing and exporting wine for the US
Our hardworking Cellar crew has an exciting
opportunity to appoint additional multi-skilled,
self-motivated team players to join our team on a
permanent full time basis.
As a role model in safe and efficient work practices,
you will be required to carry out a variety of activities
to support our winemaking processes. Following
Standard Operating Procedures,
equipment, completing paperwork, operating a
computer and guiding and assisting your team mates
will make for a busy, but rewarding career.
In this position previous Cellar Hand experience is
If you are able to work under pressure, you are
solution focused, and capable and willing to lead
small work groups, we would like to hear from you!
The Cellar generally operates a triple shift rotating
roster, over five days per week. Commitment is
expected to perform ongoing shift work and overtime
as operationally required, particularly during the
To apply, please complete an application form, and
forward with a cover letter and current resume to:
TWG Australia II Pty Ltd
PO Box 571
Loxton SA 5333
Or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application forms are available from TWG Loxton,
1610 Bookpurnong Road Loxton, or phone
08 8584 8200.
Applications close Monday 5th June, 2017
Full Time Positions
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Urgent care in the Riverland
when it’s needed most >
On a daily basis the Royal Flying Doctor
Service conducts more than 100 aeromedical
evacuations across Australia – an average
of two flights to the Riverland every day.
Please donate today and help
keep the Flying Doctor flying.
1300 669 569 | www.flyingdoctor.org.au
Busy week for
THE Berri Library will hold a
number of events this week as
part of the Australian Library and
Member for Chaffey Tim
Whetstone will perform a
Simultaneous Storytime reading
for a group of Rivergum Christian
The reading will begin at 11am
tomorrow and will coincide with
readings at various locations across
Storytime is held annually by the
Australian Library and Information
Every year a picture book, writ-
ten and illustrated by an Australian
author and illustrator, is read simul-
taneously in libraries, schools, pre-
schools, childcare centres, family
homes, bookshops and many other
places around the country.
This year’s book is called The
Cow Tripped Over the Moon.
The library will also hold a
Cancer Council Biggest Morning
Tea on Thursday and a ‘Learning to
use your tablet or iPad’ session the
Library patrons and other mem-
bers of the community are invited
to attend the morning tea and for a
$2 gold coin can enjoy a spread pro-
vided by the Berri Library staff.
A Research your Family History
Session will take place Thursday
Bookings are required for the
Call the library on 8595 2666 to
secure a spot.
Cancer prevention team in town
TODAY marks the
final day of a two-day
visit by Cancer Council
SA to the region
reminding locals of the
importance of bowel
Prevention team has
been in the Riverland
yesterday and today to
encourage residents to
take their tests.
Cancer Council SA
chief executive Lincoln
Size said bowel cancer
was curable in around
90 per cent of cases if
“In many cases,
bowel cancer does not
display any symptoms,
so people’s best line
of defence is through
screening,” he said.
50, 54, 55, 58, 60, 64,
2017 will receive a free
bowel cancer screening
kit in the mail from the
National Bowel Cancer
Around 44 per
cent of eligible South
Australians are cur-
rently participating in
the national screening
program and Cancer
everyone who received
a kit through the mail
to complete the test.
With 24 South
diagnosed with bowel
cancer every week
and eight dying from
the disease, Mr Size
said the earlier it was
found, the better the
“The simple truth is,
the greater the program
participation, the more
bowel cancer cases
are found at an earlier
stage when treatment
is most effective,” he
South Australians in
the eligible screening
ages are encouraged
to visit the National
org) or by calling 1800
118 868 for additional
information about the
Screening kits are
also available from
Cancer Council by
calling (13 11 20) or at
a local pharmacy.
It is recommended
that everyone aged 50
and over complete a
Faecal Occult Blood
Test every two years.
q Guess the book in a bottle
q National Simultaneous
Story Time (Wednesday,
q Cancer Council Biggest
Morning Tea (Thursday
q Pin-it board of favourite
authors (all week)
q Learning to use your tablet
or iPad session (Thursday –
q Research your family
history session (Thursday
night – bookings required)
This week’s program:
Town’s loos receive a facelift
THE Waikerie Memorial Gardens
public toilet block has had a
facelift recently with the help of the
Waikerie Men’s Shed (WMS).
As part of a memorandum of
understanding between the WMS
and District Council of Loxton
Waikerie, specific, small-scale pro-
jects around the town are completed
by members of the men’s shed.
The materials for the projects are
supplied by council and the labour
provided by WMS for a set amount
of funds per year.
WMS spokesperson Bob Kemp
said the group was painting the
inside of the toilets as part of the
“The Waikerie Memorial Gardens
toilet block was originally a con-
struction and installation project of
the Rotary Club of Waikerie about
30 years ago,” Mr Kemp said.
“The toilet walls had been graf-
fitied, and the inside of the toilet
walls were dark brick so we have
brightened them up with white paint
on the walls.”
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