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Australia Day Awards
THERE are only two days to go before
nominations close for next year's Australia
Nominate someone you know who is rep-
resentative of Australia: volunteers, trad-
ers, artists, sporting stars and others, peo-
ple who fully embrace the fundamental
values of what we celebrate as a nation on
Categories include Citizen of the Year, Young
Citizen of the Year, Corporate Citizen of the Year,
Community Group of the Year, and Community
Event of the Year.
Nomination forms are available at gawler.
sa.gov.au or from council offices.
James Martin celebration
IN celebration of our 175th year, the Town
of Gawler has completed the restoration of
the 1903 statue that commemorates the life
and times of James Martin, founding father
of Gawler, twice mayor, industrialist and
patron to many Gawler institutions in the
To celebrate the restoration of the Italian
Carrara marble statue, there will be a formal
unveiling and associated community event
around the statue on Whitelaw Terrace, this
Saturday at 10.30am. All are welcome.
Food Safety Week
THIS week is Food Safety Week.
The theme this year is 'Temperature danger
zone', with a focus on keeping hot food hot and
cold food cold.
Displays will be held in council offices and
libraries throughout the week.
There will be free information and
promotional material available to residents and
CONGRATULATIONS to council's newly
appointed elected members: Mayor Karen
Redman and councillors Adrian Shackley,
Ian Tooley, Scott Fraser, Jim Vallelonga,
Merilyn Nicolson, Kevin Fischer, David
Hughes, Robin Symes, Paul Koch and
Gawler - too lovely to litter
Slow down for roadworks
Gawler Council worker Luke Kellett reminds drivers to slow down on Para Road in Evanston.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
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DRIVERS who ignore speed
limit signs passing through
roadworks zones are putting
workers' lives in danger, accord-
ing to Gawler Council.
Gawler Council, SA Water
and Transport Department
workers are among those who
regularly employ 25 km/h and
40 km/h speed limit signs while
undertaking maintenance work
on Gawler roads.
However, some motorists are
failing to adhere to the tem-
porary speed limits, cruising
through the roadworks zones as
if they were not even there and
putting the lives of workers in
danger in the process.
Gawler Council infrastructure
manager Scott Reid said drivers
need to take more care while
travelling through such zones
and realise the speed limits have
been temporarily decreased for
"Speed decreases a driver's
ability to assess a situation and
avoid any incidences, there-
fore driving at excessive speed
through a work zone is highly
dangerous as workers could be
seriously injured," he said.
Mr Reid said although coun-
cil did not see the problem as
a major issue, it was important
all drivers slow down to avoid a
"Regulated speed signs dis-
played at a work zone, such as
forceable by SAPOL," he said.
A Gawler police spokesperson
said officers sometimes moni-
tored speeds through roadworks
zones and would warn or report
motorists who ignore the speed
a driver's ability to assess
a situation and avoid
any incidences, therefore
driving at excessive speed
through a work zone
is highly dangerous as
workers could be seriously
enquiry -- page 26
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