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or simply email your tips to firstname.lastname@example.org
along with your name, address, phone number and
this week's unique playing code as the subject.
This week's unique code is: 5X3EW
WIN $5200 worth of groceries --
that's a $100 voucher each week
for a whole year! Thanks to
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THE WEEK'S BEST TIPPER WILL
WIN A $80 VOUCHER THANKS
TO WILLASTON HOTEL.
OUR ROUND 18 WINNER!
1. Alison Angus (6) 143
2. Ricky Thomas (6) 142
3. Wayne Angus (6) 141
4. Lynete Carmody (6) 141
5. Ian Chapman (5) 141
6. Bernard Smith (6) 141
7. Michael Angus (6) 140
8. Brenton Lange (6) 140
9. Evelyn Angus (6) 139
10. Bob Barnes (6) 139
11. Joel Chapman (6) 139
12. Shari Clough (6) 139
13. Scot Miller (7) 139
14. Barbara Mostyn (6) 139
15. Jill Richard (5) 139
16. Marjory Williams (6) 139
17. Garaham Mayfeld (7) 138
18. Bryce Norton (6) 138
19. Ali Chapman (6) 137
20. Christne Lange (6) 137
* Three other entrants are
currently on 137 correct tps
Round 19 entries close Friday, July 25 at 5pm.
Please tck the box of the team you are tpping to win.
Please note, there are only four AFL matches
played this weekend, due to the split round.
AUSTRALIAN toddlers are
eating more than the recom-
mended levels of salt, which
is putting them at greater risk
of heart disease in the future.
New research from Deakin
University shows 18-month-old
children are eating on average
2.7 grams of salt per day, 0.2
grams above the recommended
The National Heart Founda-
tion of Australia is alarmed by
the facts and its health director,
Dr Robert Grenfell, said reduc-
ing salt in our diet was essential
for improving Australia's heart
"Children who have a diet
high in salt often develop a taste
for it and carry that damaging
behaviour into adult life," Dr
"Sadly, if there is no action to
improve our children's food hab-
its we are setting them up for a
high chance of heart disease later
in life," he said.
The Heart Foundation rec-
ommends eating fresh fruit and
vegetables, checking food labels
and replacing salt with herbs
and spices when cooking.
Too much salt
RED Cross is urging people to brush up on
their first-aid skills so they can deal with diabetic
Red Cross first-aid trainer Anthony Cameron said
many Australians are living with diabetes and that a
diabetic attack can often be confused with someone
under the influence of alcohol.
"Low blood-sugar levels affect the brain's ability to
function properly and a quick and effective first-aid
treatment can be as simple as giving the person a fruit
juice, soft drink, dried fruit or lolly," Mr Cameron
"Red Cross first-aid training gives us the knowledge
and skills to help with a diabetic emergency," he said.
To book a Red Cross first-aid training course, go on-
line to redcross.org.au/firstaid or call 1300 367 428.
Daniel and Benita Grose, of Hewett, with daughter Alinta and
baby Cierra Aimee, born July 4 at the Gawler Health Service.
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