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NEWS IN BRIEF
LYNDOCH residents will soon need to
retune their televisions.
All free-to-air TV channels in Lyndoch will
be changing frequencies, as part of a national
program to open broadcasting spectrum for
new services, such as mobile broadband.
Lyndoch viewers will need to retune their TV
after 3.30pm on September 9.
Angaston viewers will also be required to
retune on September 16.
Retuning can be done via the remote; for
most TV sets, press the 'menu' button, and look
for options such as 'channels' or 'auto-tuning',
and follow the prompts.
There may be some temporary disruption to
all TV services on retune day, including service
For more information about the retune, visit
retune.digitalready.gov.au or call the Digital
Ready Information line (1800 20 10 13).
Dollar for dollar to aid repairs
GAWLER Council will offer owners of
historic walls dollar-for-dollar assistance
to have them repaired as part of a new
Council has announced two rounds for
the 2014/15 Gawler Historic Walls Grant
Scheme and is inviting owners of historic
walls to submit an application for help with
the costs of restoration or repair.
The scheme offers local residents, organi-
sations or businesses dollar-for-dollar assis-
tance for repair and restoration work, with
$50,000 in funding available this financial
Gawler Mayor Brian Sambell said there
were a high number of walls around the
town that would qualify to receive grants.
"We expect a strong response from the
community for this scheme," he said.
"Council are aware of 361 historic walls
in Gawler and some 124 are listed as a pri-
ority one, requiring repair or renovation."
Applicants may also qualify to receive
further support for their wall project from
the Work for Dole scheme, with a quali-
fied stonemason and team of locals hav-
ing the potential to significantly reduce
Mayor Sambell said Gawler was known
for its significant number of heritage-listed
properties and council was keen to help pre-
"It supports our commitment to preserve
Gawler's unique history and our cultural
built heritage," he said.
Council's Historic Walls Grant Scheme
guidelines and application form are avail-
able on its website, or from the service desk
at the town hall.
Round one applications close on Septem-
ber 30 and successful applications will be
announced on November 1.
Subject to budgeted monies remaining
from the first round, a subsequent second
call for applications will run through to
If you have an old historic wall and wish
to apply for the grant and see if you qual-
ify for the Work for Dole scheme, contact
Jeanette Lockwood (8522 9211).
Deputy Mayor Brian Thom and Gawler Mayor Brian Sambell examine the condition of the notorious High Street heritage wall.
PHOTO: Carl Pfei er
" BRIAN SAMBELL
We expect a strong
response from the community for
this scheme. Council are aware of
361 historic walls in Gawler and
some 124 are listed as a priority one,
requiring repair or renovation.
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