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By PAMELA PERRE
Former Renmark girl
will strut on the Emmy
Awards red carpet
tomorrow night, after
her Los Angeles-based
sound company snagged
a nomination at the
Mrs Westbrook (nee
Dohnt) and her husband Ken-
yata’s sound technician com-
pany is vying for the award
in the category: Outstanding
Sound Mixing for a Variety
Series or Special, for its work
on The Voice America.
Mrs Westbrook’s father,
Paul Dohnt, said he was
“speechless” when he heard
“For a little kid who
learnt to ski, swim and catch
yabbies on the Renmark
river front, it’s going to be a
far cry when she’s all dressed
up on that red carpet,” he
“I’m so proud of her.
“Her category isn’t tel-
ecast, but I’ll be looking
online to see if she wins.”
Mrs Westbrook attended
St Joseph’s Primary School,
Renmark, and got into
sound engineering through
her husband, who she met in
The 66th Annual
Emmy Awards for
creative arts is being held
tomorrow night, while the
main prime time event is
being held on Monday,
Sam up for an Emmy
Former Renmark woman Samantha Westbrook (nee Dohnt)
and her husband Kenyata’s sound company is up for
an Emmy Award at the prestigious event’s creative arts
presentation night, in Los Angeles tomorrow night.
Two men who went missing in the Marne
Valley Conservation Park, south of Cambrai,
were found safe and well earlier this week.
The men planned to complete a 15km to 20km
walk in the park on Tuesday night, but failed to
return by 8am the following day.
However a police helicopter spotted the pair at
about 8.30am on Wednesday, about 1km from one
of their parked vehicles.
Both men were checked by ambulance officers
and did not require medical attention.
Hikers found safe
Riverland motorists are being reminded
they have to slow down to 25km/h when
passing emergency roadside incidents from
State Minister for Emergency Services Tony
Piccolo said the new emergency speed zone was
designed to help protect frontline workers and
volunteers who carry out “vital emergency work”.
“When you see a stationary emergency vehicle
with red or blue flashing lights, you must slow
down to at least 25km/h,” he said.
“Our volunteers and emergency services staff
are often called on to provide life-saving assistance
at roadsides, or it may be that a police officer has
pulled over to question a driver.
“By slowing down, we can all help them to
safely get on with the job.”
The new law applies within the ‘emergency
services speed zone’, which includes:
q An area of road in the immediate vicinity of
an emergency services vehicle that has stopped on
the road and is displaying a flashing blue or red
q Between two sets of flashing blue or red
lights that have been placed by an emergency
worker at either end of a road on which an
emergency vehicle has stopped.
For more information visit the website
New 25km/h road rule:
In case of emergency
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