Home' The Loxton News : March 4th 2015 Contents The Loxton News, Wednesday, March 4, 2015 -- 9
All legal work including
● Personal Injury Claims
● Wills and Estates
● Family Law
● Powers of Attorney
● Debt Collection
● All Court Disputes
Shop 3, 12 Denny Street Berri
35 Bookpurnong Terrace, Loxton
White Street, Waikerie
Phone 0418 857 324
service to Riverland
& Mallee customers
Phone 8584 7505 -- all hours
Panel Beating Spray Painting
Baked Enamel Finishes
Loan Car Major Chassis
and Body Repairs Private and
Insurance Work Spray Booth
Chassis straightening machine
24 hour tilt tray tow truck
• Sports injuries & orthotic
therapy • Foot posture related
symptoms • Routine podiatry
• Children's podiatry checks
• Footwear assessments
Loxton Physiotherapy Service
4 Henry Street, Loxton
Wednesday, March 25
Thursday, March 26
Friday, March 27
Saturday, March 28
phone 8363 6576
District Council of Loxton Waikerie
Patrol Grader Operator
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Council is seeking applications from a highly motivated
and enthusiastic person for the full time position of Patrol
Grader Operator. This position will be based at the Loxton
Remuneration for this position will be paid at Grade 5
(dependent on level of experience and qualifications) of
the Local Government Employees Award and Loxton
Waikerie Council's Enterprise Bargaining Agreement.
Prospective applicants can obtain a Job and Person
Specification (which must be addressed as part of the
application) by downloading a copy from Council's website
at www.loxtonwaikerie.sa.gov.au or by contacting Human
Resources Officer -- Lynn Hand on 8584 8083.
Further enquiries regarding the position may be directed
to Tom Murch, Works Manager - Loxton on 0417 819 130.
Applications close at 12 noon on Wednesday 11th March
Applications marked "Confidential" are to be addressed
to Lynn Hand, Human Resources Officer and posted
to PO Box 409, LOXTON, SA 5333 or emailed to
"The District Council of Loxton Waikerie is an Equal Opportunity
Employer And supports a Child Safe Environment"
I can tackle large projects that make the best
use of my skills to motivate me. The sheer
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Job Ref: 557051
1300 882 992
Loxton Sporting Club Inc
DENNIS AND CAROL GOETZE,
THURSDAY 12TH MARCH,
MEALS AVAILABLE FROM 6PM.
East Murray Football and
Public Meet ing
Friday 6th March, 2015 March at 7pm
To further discuss the future of the Club,
including a possible name change.
Barbecue supplied by the Club after the meeting,
please bring a salad.
Apologies to Darren Eatts 08 8587 4140
BAR OPEN AT 6PM UNTIL LATE
(depending on numbers)
Friday 6th March and
Friday 20th March, 2015
East Murray Community Complex
Light Nibbles and Snacks Available
MEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE ON THE NIGHT
District Council of
Loxton Town Beautification Plan
The District Council of Loxton Waikerie through the
Loxton Recreation Grounds Committee has developed a
draft Loxton Town Beautification Plan to identify projects
and activities that will improve the amenity and character
of the Loxton Township.
This Plan aims to ensure Council and the Committee
capitalise on the many achievements already accomplished
with regard to the amenity and character of Loxton.
Consultation for the draft plan commences on Wednesday
4 March 2015 and concludes on Wednesday 25 March,
2015 at 5pm.
A copy of the plan can be viewed at the Loxton Council
Office or alternatively at www.loxtonwaikerie.sa.gov.au.
Comments in writing will be received up until Wednesday
25 March 2015 addressed to:
The Chief Executive Officer
District Council of Loxton Waikerie
PO Box 409
Loxton SA 5333
Or can be forwarded by email to
Sunday 15th March,
Glassey Park, Berri
CoMe 'N' try Day
10.00am - 11.30am
For further information please
contact BJ Hammerstein on 0428 233 529
and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Residents of Loxton and landowners adjacent to the land
parcels listed below, otherwise known as "Schaefers Land"
and "Habys Land".
Please be advised a baiting program for the control of rabbits
will commence Wednesday, 11th March, 2015.
Please exclude any domestic animals from this area for a
period of three weeks as consumption of the bait (1080
treated oats) or of any carcasses will put your pet in danger.
This bait should have minimal impact on native animals
within the area.
Phone Bulla Burra 0439 927 782 for more info.
Pcs 96, 97 and Lot 63 Paruna Road Sec 9D, 9B,
Lot 123, 124 Gosse Avenue
Lot 1, 110 and Sec 186, 385 Alawoona Rd, Lot 3
and Sec 231 Kingston/Loxton Rd
Drought Concessional Loans Scheme (South Australia)
LOAN APPLICATIONS OPEN
Concessional loans are now available to assist farm businesses experiencing
signi cant nancial impacts due to drought.
Loans of up to 50% of eligible debt to a maximum of $1 million are available
to eligible farm businesses for:
• restructuring eligible debt
• operating expenses
• nancing drought recovery or preparedness activities.
The Drought Concessional Loans Scheme in South Australia will be managed and
delivered by PIRSA. Applications close 30 June 2015 or earlier if the total funding
pool of $10 million is exhausted.
For information on eligibility criteria, loan terms
and how to apply, visit www.pir.sa.gov.au or
phone 1800 182 235
This program is funded by the Australian Government and delivered by PIRSA.
The Revolving Wardrobe
0400 259 683
Sunday March 29th
10am til 3pm
Theatre, Bookpurnong Road Loxton
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