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The Murray Pioneer newspaper currently has a position for an
enthusiastic, results oriented sales person to be part of our
advertising sales team.
The successful applicant will be based at the Murray Pioneer
office in Renmark and will be part of a motivated advertising
sales team, selling into a number of newspaper titles.
You will be responsible for the sale of advertising space to
casual and contract clients. Excellent communication skills are
vital to developing and maintaining good client relationships.
The successful applicant will have excellent organisational
skills and sound computer knowledge.
This position is full time and a current driver’s licence is
Written application will be treated in the strictest confidence
and should be addressed to:
PO Box 832, Renmark SA 5341
or email: email@example.com
Applications close Wednesday 3rd May at 5pm
Advertising Sales Consultant
Permanent Full Time Position
P. COSTI & SONS PTY LTD
PART TIME CASUAL
for coming Citrus Season
Forward resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or post to: P. Costi & Sons P/L
PO Box 1064, LOXTON SA 5333
Applications close Friday 28th April 2017
Flu Clinics 2017
Berri Medical Clinic
Under the National Influenza Vaccination Program, free
Influenza Vaccination is available for the following people.
• Pregnant women
• Aboriginal children aged 6 months to less
than 5 years of age
• Aboriginal persons aged 15 years and older
• Medical at risk persons aged 6 months and older, who have
a chronic disease, such as Diabetes, Asthma or Heart disease
• Persons aged 65 years and older.
Clinic times for these people, will be held on :
Thursday 20th April
Friday 21st April
Thursday 27th April
Friday 28th April
9.00 am – 12.00md and 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
For all other people who do not meet the above criteria,
clinics will be held on:
Monday 1st May ( Fees apply )
Tuesday 2nd May ( Fees apply )
2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Bookings are essential, please contact the Clinic on
85822855 after 1030 am for an appointment time.
Please bring your medicare, Repat and any government
concession cards to your appointment.
Please be advised that we require you to wait a minimum
of 15 minutes and to refrain from driving or operating
machinery for at least 30 minutes following your vaccination.
Community Development Grants
Monday 1 May 2017
DAVID BEATON - CEO
35 $5 from each
tickets will go towards
the Women’s &
0404 475 049
April 29, 2017
Please forward your resume to:
Renmark Foodland IGA
25 Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark SA 5341
or drop into the Renmark Store
Applications close Friday 12th May, 2017
with some weekend work.
Experienced preferred but not essential.
We are seeking a motivated, enthusiastic and
reliable person to join us
Mammarella, Grazie Tutto.
Always in our hearts
Terry, Miranda, Matia.
On Tuesday, April 11 at 5am you came
in spirit to my room, you looked radiant
and happy and that made me happy.
Love always Mikayla and Zara.
Mammarella, Grazie di tutto.
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Waikerie Country Fire Service brigade captain
Shaun Arnold is urging locals to be careful when
burning off, despite the fire danger season ending
recently. PHOTO: Stephanie Thompson
Fire season officially over, but...
DESPITE the fire danger season ending recently,
locals are being urged to be vigilant when burning
Waikerie Country Fire Service brigade captain
Shaun Arnold said the recent dry conditions could
yet become problematic.
“A lot of people are going to get caught by sur-
prise,” he said.
“People were surprised the way fire burnt
before the fire ban season started (in November) –
they thought grass wouldn’t burn like it did.
“The same sort of thing is going to happen in
coming weeks I would think.”
Waikerie has had 47.2mm** of rainfall so far
this year and Mr Arnold said locals should keep
the previous dry conditions in mind.
“The main tip is to be aware,” he said.
“Don’t think just because fire ban season has
finished, that (fire) is not going to take off.
“It will still burn and on a windy day it will
burn quite vigorously.”
While the fire danger season ended in the
Riverland earlier this month, CFS state co-ordi-
nator Phil McDonough urged land owners to be
aware of the district they are in and the restric-
“Many land managers will want to utilise the
mild autumn weather to conduct burn-offs,” he
“If the district is still within the fire danger sea-
son then a permit will be needed.
“When the season ends land managers may
burn without a permit but it is essential they still
consult and follow the codes of practice.
“They will also need to be aware of other
restrictions under other legislation concern-
ing native vegetation and the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA).”
Don’t think just
because fire ban
season has finished
that (a fire) is not going
to take off..
- Shaun Arnold
Waikerie CFS captain
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