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HAIR BEAUTY WAXING NAILS
Shop 4 STARplex Centre
18-20 Alexander Avenue, Evanston Park SA 5116
PHONE 8522 4746
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A NEW hair and beauty salon is
o ering locals gold-star treatment.
Gold Star Hair & Beauty opened at
STARplex recently and is inviting
clients of all ages to try its services.
The friendly sta cater to men,
women and children and pride
themselves on great customer
service and a ordable prices.
The services include hair, beauty,
waxing and nails, including acrylics
Students preparing for their
formal can take advantage of the
salon's hair and make-up special,
with packages starting from $100.
The salon also provides a 10 per
cent discount for seniors every day,
on all services.
All sta are local and include
salon manager and hairdresser
Anne Hilton; her daughter,
hairdresser and beautician Katie
Hilton; and hairdresser, nail
technician and beautician Mandy
"We are a fresh, modern hair,
beauty and nail salon," Anne said.
"Great customer service is a top
priority for us.
"We love making the customers
feel really special."
Gold Star Hair & Beauty salon is
open Monday to Friday from 9am
to 5pm and on Saturdays from 9am
Come down to shop four at the
STARplex centre, 18 - 20 Alexander
Avenue, Evanston Park.
Check out Gold Star Hair & Beauty
on Facebook, or call 8522 4746 to
book an appointment.
Gold Star treatment
Dr Arnold back on Dean Street
GET back into alignment with
chiropractic and acupuncture
specialists Dean Street
The business has recently
returned to Dean Street and
is o ering complimentary
postural analysis to all clients.
The practice o ers a range of
therapy, including chiropractic,
acupuncture and laser and
is also popular for its super-
pulsed cold laser, used for
doubling the results of
Its owner, Dr Robyn Arnold,
graduated with a Bachelor
of Science and a Master of
Chiropractic and provides the
most up-to-date evidence-
based therapy available.
Dr Arnold started working
at the Gawler Chiropractic
Centre with her sister, Dr Peta
Arnold (who also works as a
chiropractor in Gawler) in 1996
and has been serving the local
and surrounding communities
She also specialises in
dry needling and holds an
impairment rating from RMIT.
The practice is open Monday
to Friday, by appointment,
operating out of 5 Dean Street,
To book an appointment, call
DR ROBYN ARNOLD
BSc, MChiro, Post Grad Dip/Certs Acup & Advanced Dry Needling,
AHPRA registered Chiropractor and Acupuncturist
5 DEAN STREET, GAWLER WEST
Phone 8522 2122
Make us your
All major supplies
Your one-stop shop
Ph/fax: 8522 4848
28C Adelaide Road, Gawler
CYGNET Educational Supplies is your
one-stop shop for schools seeking
library books and other teacher
Owner Sonia Swan has over 25 years
experience selling books and teacher
resources to South Australian schools
and is delighted to have new ofﬁces
and display rooms in Gawler.
"Living locally and having a very
strong customer base in the northern
districts, it was logical to take ofﬁces
in the Gawler area," she said.
"We have a passion for books
and ﬁnding the right books for our
Cygnet Educational has three sales
representatives on the road taking
library books and resources to
schools; however, for those teachers
and librarians who would like to
come and browse, all are welcome.
The business strives to keep abreast
of the latest Australian Curriculum
publishing, best and latest new
releases, and listens and responds to
all speciﬁc requests.
Cygnet Educational Supplies works
in conjunction with Lighthouse
Books (booklist specialists) and KW
Wholesalers (stationery specialists)
making it a one-stop shop for all your
It boasts an impressive range,
which is available to both primary
and secondary schools, including
library resources, teacher resource
materials, literacy support, text and
If you want to check out Cygnet
Educational Supplies' wide range,
contact Sonia Swan (0409 927 220).
Free up your time
coming home to a
Phone: 0402 660 850
WITH little more than a vacuum
cleaner, mop and bucket, Louise
Ambrose founded her cleaning
business, Amiki Cleaners, in 2003.
Now, she is the owner of a thriving,
highly-regarded cleaning service,
which she said she owes to her
positive attitude and self-belief.
"I believe that by enjoying what you
do and having a positive attitude,
anything is achievable," she said.
When building her business, Ms
Ambrose acknowledged the help
she was given from the community.
"Thanks to the power of word-of-
mouth, within the ﬁrst six months
business was booming," she said.
"Now, we are thrilled to be in a
position to give back to the local
community via charitable cleaning
She added that the business' mission
is to provide a superior cleaning
service by staff who meet the
highest standard, with products that
are environmentally friendly and a
policy that 'no job is too big or too
With fuss-free service and focus
on customer satisfaction, our
highly trained staff guarantee...
you'll love coming home
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