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8 East Terrace, Loxton
Phone 8584 7886
70% of women are not wearing
the correct bra.
You will love our extensive size range! Sizes of 10-24 Cup Sizes AA - J
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WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 24TH TO SATURDAY OCTOBER 4TH
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30TH TO 6.30PM
It is reported that up to 70% - 85% of women are wearing the wrong size or
Bras have a short shelf life so yours are probably stretched and out of
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A correct fitting bra improves your whole body silhouette
Wearing sexy and well fitting lingerie gives you an inner glow
Your bounce is greater than the ball you are using in your sport
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Bronwyn is a qualified and experienced fitter so call LamiSaru
Boutique to arrange a time for a personalised discreet bra fit
Here are 5 reasons why you
probably need a new bra
or a huge 25% off the complete range of Triumph bras when
you purchase 2 or more Triumph Bras
Is this YOU?
Visiting Triumph Fitter in-store
Tuesday, 30th September 10.00am - 3.00pm
Call in for a FREE personalised private consultation
Guidelines and Expressions of Interest
AVAILABLE AND OPEN NOW
If you are an irrigator holding a Class 3 water access entitlement you may be eligible for funding to
make significant improvements to your irrigation enterprise, including improvements to irrigation
Primary Industry and Regions SA (PIRSA) is delivering the $240 million South Australian River
Murray Sustainability Irrigation Industry Improvement Program (SARMS-3IP).
We are looking for projects that will make significant improvements to productivity and water use
efficiency through activities such as crop diversifications, optimisation of irrigation infrastructure,
technical and farm business training, as well as business enterprise reconfiguration.
Regional Support Officers are available to support interested irrigators wishing to participate, and
will be conducting a series of information sessions.
This program is funded by the Australian Government and delivered by the Government of South Australia.
Got big plans for your irrigation enterprise?
Need investment funds to make it work?
SARMS-3IP Information Sessions
Thurs 25 Sept Loxton Football Club
11am & 3pm
Fri 26 Sept Renmark Hotel
Mon 29 Sept Waikerie Hotel
Mon 29 Sept Berri Hotel
Tues 30 Sept Murray Bridge Community Club 11am
Tues 30 Sept Langhorne Creek Football Club 6pm
For further information or to attend
an information session, go to:
1300 364 322
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Charlotte Gee (left) and Bronwyn Proud are urging women to pop by LamiSaru Boutique for
their Big Brand Bra Sale, which will include a visit from Specialist fitter Jean, from Triumph.
Most women do not wear a
properly fitted bra and as a result,
they may experience a wealth of
problems, including back aches,
discomfort in their breast, shoulder
problems and general fatigue.
All those straps that dig in and cut, or
under wires that creep up, ruin the body and
posture, in addition to the line of clothes.
A good bra should be comfortable and
supportive – it should not be a nuisance.
Numerous studies and surveys have
highlighted that between 70 to 85 per cent of
women are treating their breasts badly, either
shoving them into too-small cups or allowing
them to float freely in a draping sling.
LamiSaru Boutique owner Bronwyn Proud
said her customers were “amazed” at the
difference a correctly fitted bra makes.
“When we find the correct bra for them,
they smile and can’t believe how much better
they look there is always a definite lift in their
spirits,” she said.
“ This is because a correct-fitting bra
enhances shape and can make the breast look
smaller or larger – depending on what result
the customer wants.”
Bronwyn said there was a large amount
of “technical” information when it comes to
fitting a correct-sized bra.
“Where women become particularly
confused is when they lose or gain weight and
their bra obviously doesn’t fit, she said.
“Or when the breast changes, which
of course we know happens throughout a
woman’s life. It is not just a case of grabbing
the ‘next size’ because there are a number
of factors in bra sizes that affect the correct
fitting of a bra.”
However, help is at hand, with LamiSaru
Boutique staff trained bra fitters.
“We are nearly always able to find a bra for
our customers regardless of shape and size,”
“Our range is extensive and we cater for
plus sizes, the not-so-common sizes, as well as
everyday and fashion needs.
“We love it when we are able to help our
customers find the correct fitting bra. Because
the philosophy at LamiSaru Boutique is
‘helping women feel good about themselves’.”
Specialist fitter Jean, from Triumph, will
be in store on Tuesday, September 30, from
10am to 3pm offering free fittings and advice.
LamiSaru will be trading until 6.30pm that day
as part of its Big Brand Bra Sale.
Bronwyn is also a qualified bra fitter, so if
you cannot make it on Tuesday, call LamiSaru
Boutique on 8584 7886 to arrange a time for
a personalised, discreet bra fit. Out of hours
fittings can be accommodated.
To all women – is this you?
To all women – is this you?
Pinnaroo man was
charged with making
unlawful threats and
property damage at a
Loxton residence last
Police were called
to the home last,
16, after reports of
a man yelling in the
It is alleged he dam-
aged a vehicle and let-
He was granted bail
and will appear in
the Berri Magistrates
Court next month.
Police have arrested
a Riverland man for
indecent assault fol-
lowing an incident
that took place in
man has been bailed
and will appear in
the Berri Magistrates
Court on November
Saturdays are here to stay
by Paul Mitchell
A record second-day
crowd has ensured the
Riverland Field Days will
retain its Friday/Saturday
Approximately 15,700 peo-
ple attended the two-day event,
around 3000 more than last year’s
Riverland Field Days secretary
Tim Grieger said about 6500 peo-
ple attended on Friday, making
Saturday’s turnout a single-day
record – and securing the format
for future years.
“I would say we’re about 25 to
30 per cent up overall, so we’re
very pleased with that atten-
dance,” he said.
“It confirms that the Friday/
Saturday format is what the
Mr Grieger said early feedback
including exhibitor surveys –
had provided further assurance to
The event was again a major
boost for the region, Mr Grieger
said, particularly with local
accommodation houses and other
“I’ve had some feedback from
accommodation providers across
the region and they were fully
booked,” he said.
“In terms of input to the region,
I don’t have a dollar figure, but it
was certainly significant.
“In terms of business trans-
acted on the site, the survey we
did last year from our visitors
indicated that somewhere around
$4 million was spent during the
Field Days at the Field Days, and
that’s a lot of money to be shared
between the exhibitors who are
Among the highlights was the
appearance of celebrity chef Poh
LingYeow, who gave a handful
of cooking demonstrations and
helped judge the Woolworths High
Schools Cooking Challenge.
Mr Grieger Paid tribute to the
“It’ a wonderful organisation to
work for and that comes through
to the exhibitors, the public, and
all the services who support the
Field Days,” he added.
Taking part in the Woolworth’s Cooking Challenge at the Riverland Field Days on Friday were Loxton
High School students Ellie Gillard (left) and Klaudia Gregurec and Waikerie High School’s Ashleigh
Baker (right) while celebrity chef and judge Poh Ling Yeow looks on.
Will Slee photos
At the combined Loxton Christmas Lights and Loxton Historical
Village stall at the Riverland Field Days on Friday were volunteers
(from left) Anton Thiele, Pat Saunders and Pat West.
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