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Business Owners Festive Season
Reﬂection: How can I make my Business
Once the festive rush subsides, it's common
for business owners to reﬂect on their results of
the past year. Invariably in this challenging time,
people ask themselves how they can improve
Our experience is that two really important keys
to improving business proﬁts are:
(1) Know and Understand Your Numbers
For example a relatively small change in your
gross proﬁt margin can have a substantial impact
on your gross proﬁt and hence your net proﬁt.
Too many business owners don't understand or
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(2) Work “On” Your Business not just “In” it
So many business owners confuse being busy
with being proﬁtable. Regularly taking time to
anlayse your business and plan for success is a
certain way to improve your results.
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complimentary meeting to explore how we can
help you improve your business results.
Merry Christmas and Safe
New Year to all.
GAWLER Council has increased its
digital presence online by creating
a video to promote its image and
Hosted by legendary South
Australian television personality Keith
Conlon, the video, which features
high-production values, spruiks about
all the town has to offer, from its strong
heritage and expansive public reserves
to its quality sporting and recreational
Gawler Council chief executive
Henry Inat said council wanted to
increase its presence online and pro-
mote the town to a digital audience.
"As part of our Digital Local
Government Program project, we are
changing our online business to be
more accessible to our community," he
"As part of this we created a promo-
tional video about Gawler to show the
world just how remarkable it is."
Council funded production for the
video as it was part of its Digital Local
Government Project, which received a
$7644 federally-funded grant to pay
for its costs.
The entire production cost of the
video was funded through the grant.
Mr Inat encouraged local residents
to view the video and share it to attract
more visitors and development to the
"We have the video downloaded into
Town of Gawler YouTube channel and
will be promoting it on our social me-
dia sites," he said.
The video can be viewed at
The Bunyip's website (www.bunyip-
FREELING and Greenock residents could soon
be enjoying improved mobile phone reception,
with plans to upgrade base stations in the areas.
The upgrades are planned for mobile phone base
stations at Borrow Street in Freeling and Branson
Road in Greenock.
The Freeling station upgrade involves the relo-
cation of three existing panel antennas onto new
mounts, the installation of six new 2.5-metre-long
panel antennas onto new mounts, six new remote ra-
dio units, six new tower-mounted amplifiers and one
new GPS antenna.
Upgrades to the Greenock station include the re-
placement of six existing panel antennas for six new
2.5-metre-long panel antennas, the installation of six
new tower-mounted amplifiers, six new remote radio
units and one new GPS antenna.
If the upgrades go ahead it is expected to improve
mobile phone reception in the areas for Telstra users.
Further information about the planned upgrades
can be obtained from Adam Pfitzner, on behalf of
Telstra (8237 9989 or adam.pfitzner@aurecongroup.
A NEW cellar door will be developed within the
Jacob's Creek precinct at Rowland Flat and will
be supported by a $1 million State Government
Regional Development Fund grant.
Regional Development Minister Geoff Brock made
the announcement in the Barossa on Friday and said
the St Hugo Brand Home cellar door complex would
draw tourists and investors to the region.
"This $1 million grant from the Major Projects
Program, part of the expanded $15-million-a-year
Regional Development Fund, offers a significant
boost to the development of the St Hugo cellar door,
which is expected to attract around 20,000 domestic
and international visitors a year to the Barossa," Mr
"The benefits of this will flow on to other local
businesses, increasing regional growth and support-
ing the wider Barossa brand."
Cellar door grant
Digital Local Government Program project o cer Melinda Kennedy, Gawler
Council executive manager Steve Harrison and Gawler Mayor Karen Redman view
the Gawler Video on some of council's big television screens. PHOTO: Alec Urquhart View the video at www.bunyippress.com.au
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• Medical & Surgical Services
• Pet Dentistry
• Hospital Facilities
• X-ray & Ultrasound Facilities
• Nutritional Advice & Diet Food
• Pet Accessories
• In-house & Referral Pathology
• Qualified Veterinary Nursing Staff
• Specialist Referrals
3 Bright Street, Willaston P 8522 2055 | F 8523 3541
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Cnr Anderson Walk & Queen Street, Smith eld | P 8254 1000
TANUNDA CLINIC 21 Murray Street, Tanunda | P 8563 0235
GAWLER Veterinary Services
has had a successful 2014, with
a number of new, dedicated staff
members coming on board to
join the already experienced and
With seven veterinarians, nine
nurses and three reception staff
employed at clinics in Willaston,
Smithfield and Tanunda, the
strongly bonded team places utmost
importance on your pet's health.
This year, the business has
welcomed Dr Chris Brown, Dr
Sarah Hill and Dr Chalette Brown,
but has also farewelled valued
veterinarians Dr Trudi Power and
vet nurse Michelle Clark.
All staff have veterinary degrees
or are fully trained nurses (TAFE
L4) and guarantee that your pet
will be treated well, whether it be a
check-up or serious operation.
We offer a wide variety of services
for companion animals
Gawler Veterinary Services has
been caring for local pets since
1952 and was established by
Dr Bruce Eastick, the only qualified
veterinarian practising north of
Gepps Cross at the time.
The practice at Willaston is on
the original site, but has developed
over the years from a mixed
practice, treating predominantly
horses and livestock, with some pet
work, to now a companion-animal
Dr Tony Atyeo currently owns
the family-friendly business and has
been running services for 39 years.
Gawler Veterinary Services is
open 8am to 7pm, Monday to
Friday, and 8am to midday on
To contact, call 8522 2055.
Management and sta would like to wish all our clients and their pets a Merry
Christmas and Happy New Year.
Gawler Veterinary Services
Gawler Veterinary Services
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