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Hortex Alliance has met with
the State Government to boost
growth opportunities for the
Chair Dino Musolino said the
alliance was looking to streamline
the development application process
He said councils were currently
leaning towards classifying larger
greenhouses as industrial devel-
opments instead of horticultural,
creating additional costs for the
"Those applications under class
8...then automatically say you need
fire protection and extensive fire
protection," he said.
"It can add anywhere from $200
to $1 million in extra costs for that
Mr Musolino said Wednesday's
horticulture round table addressed
the issue, in addition to job and
Held in Parliament House, the
meeting was attended by State
Government representatives, includ-
ing Agriculture, Food and Fisheries
Minister Leon Bignell and Member
for Taylor Leesa Vlahos, as well as
industry groups and the Depart-
ment of Planning, Transport and
Mr Musolino said the prospect of
developing an export hub in Virginia
was also brought to the table.
"Hortex is focused on working
with government and industry on
finding opportunities for those new
markets overseas," he said.
"We'll continuously look for
opportunities for export.
"As we're looking to grow
production in the Adelaide Plains,
we also need to be looking at
Mrs Vlahos said the meeting
generated two key outcomes,
including a peer review panel, to be
established by Emergency Services
Minister and Member for Light Tony
Piccolo, to assist primary producers
with the process of obtaining fire
The transport department has also
formed a reference group, which
will engage industry, planning
experts and emergency services, to
modernise planning laws.
Boosting plains' industry
HESS Family Wine Estates, the majority owner
of Peter Lehmann Wines, has announced the
iconic and picturesque Barossa winery will be
sold to Casella Family Brands.
Casella Family Brands, the maker of the Yellow
Tail label, is hoping to acquire 100 per cent of the
shares in the winery and recently made an offer to the
Hess Group, which it intends to accept for $57 mil-
The announcement comes following the deaths of
founder Peter Lehmann, who died in June last year,
and his son, Doug Lehmann, who passed away sud-
denly in June.
The Hess Group owns 85.7 per cent of the winery,
while Margaret Lehmann, Peter's widow, owns 10.8
Hess Group managing director Christoph Ehrbar
said the sale is a positive development for the winery.
"This is a time of transition, with the passing
of founder Peter Lehmann and the retirement of
long-time winemaker Andrew Wigan," Mr Ehrbar
"During challenging times, the quality of Peter
Lehmann Wines has only increased and it's become
clear that a real fondness exists for the winery world-
"Casella's investment in PLW will further un-
lock the full potential of Peter Lehmann, while
allowing HFWE to invest primarily in its California
A NEW set of motorcycle rider safety tips
have been released by the Motor Accident
Commission in time for summer.
The new MAC resources share important safe-
ty reminders aimed at reducing the number of
motorcycle crashes and include tips on getting
bikes road-ready and safe riding gear.
MAC road safety general manager Michael
Cornish said this year there have been nine mo-
torcycle fatalities in South Australia.
"Motorcyclists are more vulnerable on our
roads because they (are) more exposed, so wear-
ing the right gear can be the difference between
a nasty fall and injuries that prevent you from
riding again," Mr Cornish said.
Motorcycle safety tips can be found on the
continuously look for
opportunities for export.
As we're looking to grow
production in the Adelaide
Plains, we also need to
be looking at expanding
The information we require includes:
• Date of birth
• Where the baby was born
• Names of the people in
• Suburb of the family
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