Home' The Murray Pioneer : June 9th 2017 Contents www.murraypioneer.com.au Friday, June 9, 2017 NEWS 7
SipnSave supports the responsible service of alcohol. Specials apply 7/6/17 to 13/6/17 or while stocks last.
Price may vary in country areas due to freight. Price includes GST. www.sipnsave.com.au
WILD TURKEY 86.8 PROOF BOURBON,
SAILOR JERRY SPICED RUM OR
JAMESON IRISH WHISKEY
(GRAB A DRINK
AND GET COSY)
IN THE GRASS
A DOUBLE PASS TO BE WON
DAILY UNTIL THE 13TH OF JUNE
CARLTON DRY AND ENTER ONLINE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY. SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.
24 X 355ML STUBBIES
COOPERS DARK ALE
24 X 375ML STUBBIES
24 X 375ML STUBBIES
WEST END DRAUGHT
30 X 375ML CANS
JIM BEAM WHTE OR
CANADIAN CLUB PREMIX CUBES
24 X 375ML CANS
CLARK’S CELLARS BARMERA 8588 2430
RENMARK HOTEL RENMARK 8586 6755
WAIKERIE HOTEL WAIKERIE 8541 2999
Hon. Robert Brokenshire MLC
Proudly Fighting for Regional and Rural
I am often in your area and would be
happy to meet and discuss issues that
are important to you.
As a Member of the South Australian Upper House I am fighting for
a fairer deal for rural and regional South Australians and tackling
important issues from Right to Farm legislation and better health care
for country regions to better job opportunities and safer country roads.
I stand for: Limited Government, Personal Responsibility,
Free Enterprise and Civil Society
Hon. Robert Brokenshire
Member of the Legislative Council
Ph: 8237 9122
Country Callers: 1800 182 097
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .gov.au
Full contact details:
AUSTRALIAN TRANSPORT Safety Bureau
(ATSB) investigators continue to investigate last
week’s plane crash in Renmark, with a preliminary
report expected to be released by the end of the
ATSB investigators remained at the crash over
the weekend, sifting through the scene, with a crane
used to lift parts of the wreckage.
The report will include all available facts
obtained by the ATSB so far, with parts of the
wreckage transported to Adelaide last week for
A final report of the crash will be made available
within 12 months of the incident.
Rossair continues to look for a replacement as
chief pilot, following the death of former chief pilot
Martin Scott in last week’s crash.
Unable to operate without a chief pilot, Rossair
hope to resume flight operations within two weeks.
Anyone who witnessed the crash is encouraged
to contact the ATSB on 1800 011 034.
The site of last week’s plane crash, near Renmark, was taped off from the public as the investigation
continues. INSET: ATSB investigators will release a preliminary report into the crash by the end of the month,
with a full report expected within 12 months. PHOTOS: Christian Longobardi
LOXTON and Waikerie
residents can expect an
average increase of 3.5
per cent on their council
rates, with councillors
approving the rate
rise at a recent special
The District Council
of Loxton Waikerie met
last night to finalise its
2017/18 budget for pub-
tion will begin next
Thursday, and will con-
clude on Friday, July 7.
In a recent meeting,
councillors agreed for
the fixed-rate compo-
nent of rates to be $300.
Kerbside waste col-
lection fees will rise $2
for a three-bin serviced
property to $277.
and retirement village
units will pay $218 and
$183 respectively – a
dollar increase from last
Rates for the
service will increase by
$10 to $500 for occu-
pied homes in Loxton
and Waikerie and
$440 in Moorook and
The council also
increased its rates by 3.5
per cent in 2016/17.
Council rates to
rise by 3.5%
The wreckage of the Rossair plane that crashed in
the Cooltong Conservation Park last week.
Links Archive June 6th 2017 June 14th 2017 Navigation Previous Page Next Page