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FOOTY TIPPING COMPETITION
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. The promoter of the competton is The Bunyip -- 120
Murray Street, Gawler SA.
2. Entry into the promoton is open to residents of South
Australia. Directors, management, employees of The Bunyip
and their immediate family may enter the competton but
are not eligible to win any of the prizes.
3. There are no entry fees to register or play.
4. All personal informaton collected by entering this
competton will not be given/sold to any third party unless
required by law.
5. The competton commences prior to the frst round of the
AFL Premiership Season and concludes at the end of round
23 of the AFL Premiership Season.
6. Tippers can join the competton afer the start of round
one but will not be given any compensaton points.
7. Tippers must submit their tps via the coupon or email by
5pm the day of the frst game of the round.
8. Tips sent in via mail must arrive prior to 5pm the day of the
frst game of the round. The Bunyip accepts no responsibility
for tps posted and not received before the cut-of tme.
9. One point is awarded for each correct tp. A draw cannot
be selected. In the case of a draw, all partcipants will receive
one point for that match.
10. If a tpper does not submit tps, they will score zero for
11. The weekly prize of a $80 meal voucher to spend at
Willaston Hotel, Willaston, is awarded to the tpper with the
highest number of correct selectons for the round. In the
event of more than one tpper having the same number of
wins, a winner will be selected at random.
12. The meal voucher is valid for six months and can only be
redeemed for food and beverages at Willaston Hotel.
13. The major prize is 52 weekly $100 grocery vouchers,
valued at $5200, thanks to Drakes Foodland Gawler and
Angle Vale. In the result of a te, round 23 will have a random
match with a winning margin specifed. The closest to that
margin will be deemed the winner.
14. All prize winners will be notfed by The Bunyip.
15. In the event of a dispute, the decision of the promoter is
fnal. No responsibility is taken for lost or misdirected tps.
16. The promoter reserves the right to amend the rules of
the competton as considered necessary. Individual notce
of such changes shall not be given but such changes will be
published in The Bunyip.
17. Partcipants may not enter more than once. The promoter
reserves the right to determine that a person has made more
than one entry, and to disqualify any such person from the
competton, or to remove entries so that only one entry
18. The promoter’s decision is fnal and no correspondance
will be entered into in relaton to the competton. Submission
of round one tps is deemed acceptance of the Terms and
Conditons of this competton.
19. The promoter reserves the right to accept or reject any
entries, at its discreton.
• Copy received constitutes an order for publication and
acceptance of conditions.
• All monthly accounts are charged monthly to the advertiser and
must be paid to within 30 days of the date of the invoice.
• The position of advertisements is at the discretion of the
newspapers.The publisher will make all reasonable attempts
to position advertisements upon request where special
arrangements have been made and agreement reached on
payment of appropriate loading charges.We cannot guarantee
bookings, which are in any way conditional.
• Advertisements deemed to resemble editorial style
presentation will be bordered with the word "Advertisement" in
10-point type place at the top of the advertisement.
• The publisher will not publish any advertisement stating that
money is sent to a post office box.
• The publisher has absolute discretion over the publication of
advertisements and reserves the right to reject advertisements
deemed unsuitable for publication. Advertisements lodged must
comply with Advertising Codes of the Media Council of Australia
and with the interpretations of the Advertising Standards Council.
• The advertiser or agent must notify the newspaper of any
error immediately after publication.The newspaper shall not be
responsible for any error notified after seven days. The publishers
are not responsible for recurring errors.The publisher will not be
held accountable for any loss of income, be it business, personal
or otherwise as a result of any error or omission relating to an
• Telephone instructions are accepted, but the publishers are not
liable for error or misunderstandings, if not confirmed in writing
prior to publication deadline.
• The advertiser or agent accepts full responsibility for content of
advertisements published and agrees to indemnify the publisher
and its employee and agents against any liability whatsoever which
may arise from such publications including liability for negligence.
• Copyright. Where no charge is made for the preparation
of advertising material, the publisher will remain owner of the
copyright of the material. Such advertising material may only be
reproduced with the consent of the publisher and upon payment
of such fee as the publisher may require.
Phone 8562 4855 for more information
BAROSSA ENTERPRISES NDIS
When: Friday, June 20
Where: Barossa Enterprises
27 Samuel Road, Nuriootpa
A local Area Coordinator will be coming
from the National Disability Insurance
Agency regarding information on the
National Disability Insurance Scheme.
The Local Area Coordinator will be providing
• Current interstate trail sites
• Practical readiness for service providers
• Any questions regarding the NDIS
All interested persons and service providers
12 Street Vincent Road
FRIDAY 20th JUNE at 10.30am
To follow House Aucton
Tractors and vineyard equipment -- assorted tools
– building equipment – Furniture and household efects.
MF 130 with forklif 4950hrs, MF 135 with dodger
7260hrs, discs, plough. Super-spreader, cultvator, carryall,
white ride on mower, Valiant ute, trailer 240v generator,
grinder, anvil, ladders, planks, jacks and assorted tools
and equipment. Household efects include fridges
pool table, beds, chairs kitchen ware and sundries too
numerous to menton.
Details: Tren Vine 0418 812 381
Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a
CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with the
Council for a development assessment by Tradewell Pty
Ltd C/- LN Property Group Unit 4, Level 1, 2 Hindmarsh
Square ADELAIDE SA 5000
Development Application No 490/288/2014.
The nature of the development is CHANGE IN USE
FROM SHOP AND DWELLING TO MEDICAL CONSULTING
ROOMS AND ASSOCIATED CAR PARKING (NON-COMPLY-
The land proposed to be used is situated at 1 Main North
Road EVANSTON 5116, being Certi cate of Title Volume
5903 Folio 315 and is located in the Residential Zone.
The application may be examined at Council's Infrastruc-
ture and Environmental Services Department, located
in the Centrelink Building, 23 High Street, Gawler East,
during normal business hours and any person or body
a ected may make relevant representation in writing
concerning this application to reach the Chief Executive
O cer at the Town of Gawler, PO Box 130, Gawler 5118,
not later than 5.00 pm Tuesday 1 July 2014.
Each person making a representation should indicate
whether that person wishes to appear personally or be
represented by another party before the Development
Assessment Panel in support of that submission.
Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Devel-
opment Act, a copy of each representation received will
be forwarded to the Applicant for a written response.
Signed: Joel Taggart
Team Leader Development Services
Date: 18 June 2014
THIS IS THE FIRST AND ONLY
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1993 NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT
PURSUANT TO SECTION 38(4)
OF THE DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1993
As part of its budget process, Council has prepared a draf
Annual Business Plan for 2014/15, which outlines Council's
long-term objectves, proposed services and projects to be
undertaken during the year to achieve those objectves
and how these actvites are to be funded.
We are seeking community feedback on what is being
proposed and therefore invite you to comment. Copies of
the document are available from the Council ofce, can be
viewed on our website or we can forward a copy to you
upon request. Enquiries regarding the draf Annual Busi-
ness Plan may be made in person at the Council ofce, by
telephone or by utlising the queston and answer link on
This is your opportunity, as a member of the community,
to provide us with feedback on what Council is propos-
ing for its 2014/15 budget. Comments, in writng, will be
received untl Wednesday 9 July and can be submited by
post, fax or email.
A public meetng will be held at the Civic Centre in Balakla-
va on Wednesday 9 July at 6.00pm to provide the opportu-
nity for community members to make verbal submissions
or ask questons about the draf Annual Business Plan.
Please advise Council’s Corporate Services Manager, Steve
Jonas, should you wish to atend this meetng to make a
verbal submission or ask questons.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Wakefeld Regional Council
Annual Business Plan 2014/15
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LEFT: Friends and
students (from left)
and Jade had fun
doing their hair
for the school's
fundraiser for the
Mary O'Connor (left) and Helen Scholes of the Immanuel Lutheran School's
Parents and Friends Association help hungry visitors to Sunday's Little Star
Market at their food stall.
PHOTO: Sam Agars
HARRISON. If anybody
knows the whereabouts of
Christine, please phone
0400 050 243 urgently.
Perhaps it's time you checked out
the situations vacant page
in today's Bunyip.
O cially opening Interwork's Gawler o ces last week are (from left)
Rosemary Wallage, Deputy Mayor Brian Thom, Michael Smith, Owen Sander
and Member for Light Tony Piccolo.
Laube give a
at St Columba
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