Home' The Bunyip : August 27th 2014 Contents Page 34 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, Wednesday, August 27, 2014
GAWLER Corner Reid and Jacob Streets
ANGLE VALE 121-129 Heaslip Road
A South Australian Family Owned Business
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Helping your local community
group 365 days a year.
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A local initiative by Drakes Supermarkets
MON TUES WED THUR SAT SUN
KIDS EAT FREE
$25 2 x Parmis & jug soft drink
Lunch & Dinner
NIGHT $35 2 adults & 1 kid
$40 2 adults & 2 kids
$45 2 adults & 3 kids
Add $5 per child.
STEAK NIGHT from $11.90
Premium graziers steaks
$10 ROAST Traditional roast
lunch & dinner
To enter, return the tipping coupon to The Bunyip o ce,
or simply email your tips to email@example.com
along with your name, address, phone number and
this week's unique playing code as the subject.
This week's unique code is: W1LJP
WIN $5200 worth of groceries --
that's a $100 voucher each week
for a whole year! Thanks to
Drakes Foodland Gawler & Angle Vale
Photo for illustraton purposes only.
THE WEEK'S BEST TIPPER WILL
WIN A $80 VOUCHER THANKS
TO WILLASTON HOTEL.
OUR ROUND 23 WINNER!
1. Bernard Smith (10) 187
2. Scot Miller (9) 184
3. Brenton Lange (10) 183
4. Garry Launer (10) 183
5. Evelyn Angus (9) 182
6. Alison Angus (7) 181
7. Michael Angus (10) 181
8. Ian Chapman (9) 181
9. Christne Lange (11) 181
10. Graham Mayfeld (9) 181
11. Ricky Thomas (7) 181
12. Marjory Williams (9) 181
13. Lynete Carmody (10) 180
14. Joel Chapman (8) 180
15. Bev Konstantnoudis (11) 180
16. Adam Walton (10) 180
17. Wayne Angus (7) 179
18. Tony Gladigau (11) 179
19. Jill Richard (9) 179
20. Barbara Mostyn (11) 178
* Three entrants are
currently on 177 correct tps
Round 24 entries close Friday, August 29 at 5pm.
Please tck the box of the team you are tpping to win.
WINNING MARGIN: Collingwood v Hawthorn
PLEASE NOTE: BL&G tpping has concluded. In case of a te,
the season’s winner will be the tpster who tps closest
to the winning margin of the above game.
Mobile ashing lights
THERE has been a noticeable and con-
cerning increase in the use of 'flashing
light signage on mobile trailers' in the
Business owners need to be aware that such
signage contravenes a Town of Gawler by-law
that prohibits the use of such signage.
In some cases, this signage may also contra-
vene Department of Transport regulations.
If in doubt, contact council's planning of-
ficers before you buy, lease or commit to using
You may be committing an offence that car-
ries a heavy fine.
DOG rego discs have gone out and
renewals need to be paid by August 31.
DUE to recent wet weather, the weed-
spraying program was delayed for a few
However, council is working to get the
spraying back on track to remove the weeds.
Gawler Poetry Competition
IN acknowledgement of Gawler's 175th
year, Celebration is the theme for this
year's Gawler Poetry Competition.
Entries are open to residents of South Aus-
tralia and prizes will be awarded in adult,
youth and junior categories.
More information about the competition
and entry forms are available from council's
libraries, or you can download the form (gawl-
Entries close on Friday.
PREPARATIONS are in progress for the
During this week the marquees are going up
and Princes Park is a hive of activity ready for
this big weekend.
Tra c and transport plan
COMMUNITY consultation is well un-
der way with the Transport and Traffic
Management Plan and council is look-
ing forward to receiving your feedback
and comments on the plan and any other
There will be an Open House Drop-In Ses-
sion tomorrow between 3pm and 7pm at the
Gawler Institute, 89 Murray Street, Gawler.
To view the plan, visit gawler.sa.gov.au/ttmp
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