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The first hearing device
that revolves around you.
151 Murray Avenue, Renmark. Also consulting in Berri and Loxton.
Shopping streets, restaurants, meetings, and family get-togethers.
These situations can all be hard to navigate when you have a hearing
loss. But they don’t have to be anymore.
We call it a complex listening environment. You call it “socialising”.
Finally there’s a hearing device that lets you hear what you want to hear,
even in the most complex listening environments. It’s called Oticon Opn.
With it you can participate in multiple conversations, not just the one in
front of you. Just like you used to do.
08 8586 3025
Try the Opn experience over lunch paid for by us! *
Free lunch and listen trials will be offered throughout the months of July and August at HearClear Audiology.
Call 8586 3025 today to book your Oticon Opn
obligation FREE TRIAL.* Places are limited.
Trial participants will receive a meal voucher for a local
café or hotel to allow you to experience this revolutionary
technology in a noisy environment.
LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED
FREE hearing aid
trial with lunch on us
HearClear Audiology is inviting all of our cur-
rent clients and also anyone who has not
experienced our exceptional service before to
trial the Oticon Opn hearing aid over lunch.
You will have the opportunity to trial the
Oticon Opnfamily of hearing aids. With every
trial, each participant will receive a $30 meal
voucher. This will allow all participants to expe-
rience this new and exciting technology for
themselves in a noisy environment.
Oticon Opn has become a new benchmark
in hearing aid technology. It is the first device
in decades to move away from the traditional
directional microphone as a way of suppress-
ing unwanted background noise. Instead the
Oticon Opn is able to scan the environment
360° over 100 times per second, then attenu-
ate individual unwanted noise sources and
This creates an ‘open’ sound experience
for users and overcomes the ‘tunnelling’ side
effect associated with traditional directional
microphone beam technology.
This is your chance to experience hearing
aids that will give you a noticeable difference
instantly. Be one of the first to try these new
devices and enjoy lunch on us.
The response to these revolutionary hearing
aids has been phenomenal. People are report-
ing a very natural sound quality and hearing in
group situations is superior to any other devic-
es they have used before. This is all thanks
to the all-new Velox platform which runs the
Oticon Opn, allowing processing speeds 50
times faster than the outgoing technology.
As a special offer, HearClear Audiology
invites you to attend our clinics in Renmark,
Berri and Loxton for a free, comprehensive
hearing test at no cost (valued at $137) and
an obligation free trial of Oticon’s Opn hearing
aids. Trial participants will receive a $30 meal
voucher in July and August for a local café or
hotel to allow you to experience this new tech-
nology in a noisy environment.
For more information and to book one of
the limited spots available, phone 8586 3025.
and SONIA FOWLER
FINANCES – including
rate rises – and the status
of a local caravan park
were among the main
focuses for ratepayers
at Loxton Waikerie
council’s recent public
About 10 people
attended the Loxton
meeting, while 25 peo-
ple were on hand in
Waikerie the following
night to provide feed-
back on the council’s
proposed 2017/18 busi-
In Loxton, plans
for the council-owned
Holiday Park were que-
ried, after local woman
Kathy Schliebs described
it as “one of the most
resourced” parks in the
Council CEO Peter
Ackland said since being
acquired by council,
the park’s turnover had
increased from between
$320,000 to $350,000
per year to “something
like $700,000” now.
In reassuring locals
the park had no impact
on ratepayers, Mr
Ackland said the facility
“runs on its own money
and its own profit”.
The park was also
a popular subject at
the Waikerie meeting,
where attendees fielded
a series of questions
about Loxton, including
queries on the proposed
$11.79 million Loxton
Recreation Centre pro-
ject and expenditure at
the Loxton Historical
Discussion also sur-
rounded the council’s
3.5 per cent general rate
sions and feedback on
the District Council
of Loxton Waikerie
Draft Annual Business
Plan will be accepted
until 5pm, this Friday,
Council’s public consultation meetings...
Both towns focused on Loxton
AN official opening was held
in Berri yesterday as part of
this year’s NAIDOC Week
Local celebrations began
on Sunday with a church
service, light lunch, wel-
come to country and smok-
ing ceremony at the Gerard
A barbecue breakfast was
held before a march to the
Berri river front, followed by
the official opening with a
welcome to country, flag rais-
ing and awards ceremony.
About 250 people took
part in the activities, around
double last year’s number.
this week with a fishing
day at Redbank, Gerard, a
BlueLight Disco in Berri
tomorrow night, and a com-
munity event in Waikerie and
invite-only ‘elders lunch’ in
Renmark on Thursday.
Riverland NAIDOC Week
celebrations conclude with a
Family Fun Day at the Berri
football oval on Friday from
11am to 2pm.
Minister for Aboriginal
Affairs and Reconciliation
Kyam Maher said this year
NAIDOC Week celebrates
the importance of Aboriginal
languages to the identity
of Aboriginal people, with
opportunities for people to
learn about language and
Around 250 community members took part in NAIDOC Week celebrations
in Berri yesterday, which included the annual march and awards ceremony.
PHOTO: Christian Longobardi
Berri’s NAIDOC Week launch
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