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Are you enrolled to vote?
Almost everyone over 18 living, owning or leasing property in a Council area can be
eligible to vote.
If you are already on the State Electoral Roll (you vote in State Elections) you will
automatically appear on the Council voter’s roll and receive a postal ballot pack.,
If you need to enrol or change your address you must do so by 8 August 2014 to be
eligible to vote in November.
Please contact your Council office for further information.
Berri Barmera Council :
District Council of Loxton Waikerie :
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Or check any of the Council websites for applications forms.
● You must be enrolled on the Council voters roll
(Please check as non-resident property owners are removed from the Local
Government voters roll by the State Government and must re-enrol to
vote. This includes businesses, tenants and non-resident owners of residential
● 18 years of age or over on or before the close of voting; and
● a resident in the Council area ( you don’t have to own a house or property –
tenants can vote too)
● owners of property who are not residents, including body corporates or group
(you need to nominate a designated person).
The Berri Barmera
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR CATEGORY 3
Pursuant to Section 38 (5)
of the Development Act
Notice is hereby given that
an application comprising
category 3 development has
been lodged with the Council
for development assessment.
Details of the application are
Development No: 752/007/14
Applicant: PT & CL Johnson
trading as Backyard Breads
Address: PO Box 54
Cobdogla SA 5346
Owner: Marnin’s Hill Pty Ltd
Nature of the Development:
To establish a shop and
Subject Land: Section 342
Sturt Highway, Barmera as
contained in Certificate of
Title Volume 5924, Folio 190
The application may be
examined at the Office of
the Council located at 19
Wilson Street Berri, between
the hours of 9.00am to
5:00pm Monday to Friday
and any person or body
affected may make relevant
representations in writing
concerning this application
to reach the Chief Executive
Officer at PO Box 229, Berri
SA 5343, not later than Friday
15 August 2014.
Each person making a
submission should indicate
whether that person wishes
to appear personally or be
represented by another party
before the Council in support
of that submission.
Please note that, pursuant
to Section 38(8) of the
Development Act 1993, a
copy of each representation
received will be forwarded
to the applicant for a written
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Date: 1 August 2014
Tuesday 19th August, 2014
Sale Commences 11am (SA time)
45 Rams For Sale
Average micron 18.8 - Average c/f 99.7
Enquiries 0419 808 657 or 0409 678 580
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HELP IS AVAILABLE!
24 HOUR HELPLINE
(08) 8227 0334
Call in or phone
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are for sale
Looking for crane hire services in or around
the Riverland JMA Engineering Pty Ltd
can provide you with a variety of crane hire
solutions at affordable prices. We have a
strong reputation for safety in the riverland
providing high quality crane hire services to
JMA Engineering has many years of
experience and has the expertise to assist
you with all your crane hire needs. We pride
ourselves in providing excellent products,
service, workmanship and strive for
outstanding safety and customer service.
AVAILABLE FOR HIRE:
12 Tonne Linmac inc Rigger
$245.00p/h + gst
50 Tonne Tadano inc Rigger
$315.00p/h + gst
100 Tonne Liebherr inc Rigger
$505.00p/h + gst
P: 08 8582 5585
M: 0427 991 161
Wish to Thank
their customers for their patronage
over the past 13 years at Lot 2 Anderson
After a short break we will be
re-opening in a new premises
Peter can still be contacted on
0427 835 456
We have an alteration service with a
Due to unforseen circumstances this
business in now for urgent sale.
“MVES Fabric have supplied the
Riverland with fabric, zips, threads,
knitting yarns and needles, ribbons,
buttons and other habidashery for
the past 12 years.
MVES FABRIC & CUSTOM CLOTHING
22 Denny Street, Berri
Phone 8582 2222
We thank all our customers for your
Support over the past 12 years.
Walk in - walk out stock and fittings
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Registration Night for
Seniors & Juniors
Wednesday 6th August,
5.30pm to 7.00pm
at the Renmark Recreation Centre Foyer
All intending Senior & Junior Players Must Register
Register Online or Download a form –
All interested coaches need to apply in
writing by Friday 30th August 2014
to Jackie Knight on: email@example.com
to discuss the reformation of the
Paringa Tennis Club
on Monday, August 11, at the Paringa
hotel at 7.30pm
All interested senior and junior players,
office bearers and volunteers
urged to attend
PHONE Nick (0479 016 854) or
John (0401 583 945)
for more details
Ken is a young 69 year old gentleman, 5’8, 73kgs
with grey hair and blue eyes. He enjoys playing
bowls, travelling, country music, bbq’s and the out-
doors. Ken is looking for a caring & active lady in his
local area. To speak with Ken please call
1800 261 848
1800 352 352
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Let me drop my poetic muse here and talk serious fora
Yo u see, losing your car can beareal hassle,but
losing your lifeis something entirely different. No,
don’t say “Oh everyone knows all about road safety”
because if that wastrue, the road toll would be zero
The stupid thing is, being safer on the roads is easy.
It’s just common sense! Here, I’ll showyou what I
We’ve all heard the messages,maybe you’re even sick
of them, buthey, they’re right! Yo u don’t have to FEEL
drunk to be adrunk driver, and your driving can be
affected by justabit of alcohol. If you’ve been drinking
there’samuch greater chance you’re going to have an
accident...That’s not my opinion, that’saFACT!
If you are doing some drinking, just don’t do the
Here’sacouple of things to help you stayin
Eat before youdrink, but remember salty stuff like
chips is just going to makeyou thirsty!
Choose low alcohol drinks or alternate between
alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks.
Drink slowly.Ifyou’re drinking for pleasure, don’t
rush it! Enjoy it.
Stickto standard drink sized glasses. Check out
my little picture down the bottom. Just one
standard drink an hour if you arealady or twofor
the gentleman isarough indication of what will
keep you below that 0.05 limit.
the Watchdog of.....
Staying Safe on the Road
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