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Does your teacher registration expire in January 2015? If so you
will need to lodge an application to renew your registration by
31 December 2014
An application to renew your registration will be sent by post in late
October 2014. To be registered as a teacher in South Australia you must
apply to renew your registration by the due date. If you have not received
an application to renew your registration by 30 November 2014, please
contact the Teachers Registration Board on 8226 8811 as non receipt
of an application to renew is not an acceptable reason for allowing your
registration to expire.
Change of Address and/or Name
Remember to notify the Board in writing of any change of address and provide
certified documentation if you have changed your name.
PO Box 3649, Rundle Mall SA 5000
Tel: (08) 8226 8811
Prices effective from Wednesday 01/10/2014 until
Tuesday 07/10/2014, or while stocks last.
121-129 Heaslip Road Gawler
Corner Reid and Jacob Streets
Australian Grain Fed Beef Topside Steak - bulk
$9.95 per kg
FRUIT & VEG
South Australian Pre-Pack
Potatoes 2.5kg 80¢ per kg
DAVID HURST KITCHENS
Showroom & Extensive Kitchen Display
3 Bernard Court, Gawler Belt Phone 8522 3115
• Domestic & Commercial Cabinetmakers
• Upgraded showroom
Calling all environmental green thumbs
CONSERVATION volunteers from the
Gawler and Barossa regions are being
sought to form a 'Green Army' which will
help manage the natural environment at
Brookfield Conservation Park.
The Green Army is an Australian Govern-
ment initiative open to young people, includ-
ing graduates and job seekers, to develop
skills, undertake training and gain experience
in the delivery of conservation projects.
Conservation Volunteers Australia state
manager Tricia Curtis said the six-month
project at Brookfield would be a valuable op-
portunity for young people to develop im-
"It's quite a unique opportunity for
the community to get involved in the
research, management and conservation of
the park," she said.
"They are going to be targeting two issues,
pest plants and animal management...they
are having quite an impact on native vegeta-
tion and native wildlife."
The project will focus on restoring habitats
for Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombats that live
in the area, as well as improving the connec-
tivity of surrounding vegetation remnants.
Ms Curtis said one of the project leaders
would be travelling from the northern sub-
urbs to the conservation park each day, mean-
ing volunteers in the area would be able to
grab a lift out to the site.
The program provides opportunities for
young Australians aged 17 to 24 to gain train-
ing and experience in environmental and her-
itage conservation fields and explore careers
in conservation management, while partici-
pating in projects that generate real benefits
for the environment.
Green Army teams of 10 (up to nine par-
ticipants and one team supervisor) will be
deployed to projects lasting 20 to 26 weeks
across Australia to help communities deliver
local conservation outcomes.
Projects will be guided by local community
needs and contribute to Australia's national
and international environmental priorities
The Australian Government has allocat-
ed $525 million for the program over four
If you are interested in volunteering for
the program complete an application form
army) or call Tricia (0428 533 031).
LEFT: Eva Antipuesto, of Willaston, with
newborn baby Leona Louise Weckert
who was born at the Gawler Health
Service on Thursday, September 25.
The project will focus on restoring habitats for
southern hairy-nosed wombats that live in the
RIGHT: Amanda Cook and Dion King of
Gawler, are proud to show their newborn
baby Brooklyn, who was born on Friday
at the Gawler Health Service.
PHOTOS: Alec Urquhart
The information we require includes:
• Date of Birth
• Where the baby was born
• Names of the people in the photo
• Suburb of the family
TASTE ON MAIN
Shop 2/95 Murray Street, Gawler
Phone 8522 5756
Name: Adrian Thiele, owner.
What are your services? We do coffee, good-priced
meals, wood oven pizzas and catering in an all-round happy
How long have you been in business? We have been here
since June 1.
To what do you attribute your success? We have good
food, great coffee and friendly service.
What is it like having a business in Gawler? Gawler is
exciting and has a great sense of community.
What is the best part of your job? I enjoy making coffee
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