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Make your own quiet whoopee –
Paint the town with friends or family!
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Than the brightest stars above!’
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Five people were injured following a four
vehicle crash on the Sturt Highway on Sunday.
At approximately 11.30 a.m. emergency
services were called to the incident about 10
kilometres east of Truro.
A 24 year old woman from Hewett, a 51
year old man and
49 year old woman
from Kadina were
admitted to the Royal
Two helicopters were
required to transport
two of the patients,
while another was
taken by ambulance.
The two passengers
of a vehicle being
driven by a 74 year old man from Hillcrest were
taken to the Angaston Hospital for observation.
The occupants of the fourth vehicle, a 44 year
old man and his family from Toorak Gardens
were all uninjured.
Although the cause of the crash is still being
investigated by the Murray-Mallee Highway
Patrol, it is believed that a vehicle travelling east
and a vehicle travelling west swiped along the
dividing line, causing the east bound vehicle to
travel further into oncoming vehicles, colliding
Senior Constable Cale Ellison of the Nuriootpa
Police said the use of seatbelts and airbags was
critical to the survival of those involved.
“I have no doubt that seatbelts and airbags
have saved at least three lives in this collision,”
LUCKY ESCAPE: A woman in her thirties was taken to hospital on Friday with minor injuries following
a single vehicle crash in Schilling Street, Angaston. At just after 11 a.m. the driver lost control of her car
before mounting the kerb and hitting a tree and a signpost.
P plate driver disqualified
Four car collision on Sturt Highway
Reforming surrogacy laws
Liberal Member of the Legislative
Council, John Dawkins has
introduced legislation to the
reform South Australia’s surrogacy
“The legislation will lead to
better regulation of the practice of
surrogacy in South Australia whilst
maintaining the ban on commercial
surrogacy,” said Mr Dawkins.
“For many couples who cannot
conceive naturally surrogacy is
often the preferred option and it’s
important that our laws are both
sympathetic to their needs and
vigilant in protecting the children.
The amendments I have
introduced to the Family
Relationships Act will:
• Allow for reasonable
reimbursement of costs incurred
by a surrogate mother during the
period which she is carrying the
• Establish a register of approved
surrogates that can be accessed
by approved medical institutions
to make finding a surrogate in
South Australia easier.
• Regulate overseas surrogacy
arrangements, whereby any
proposed international surrogacy
agreement must be approved by
the responsible Minister, much
like the process in place for
Barossa Highway Patrol reported a
19 year old Freeling man for speeding
and breaching p plate conditions on
November 16. The man received a licence
disqualification for six months.
Kapunda Police arrested a Barossa
woman aged in her fifties for aggravated
assault and theft on November 13.
Freeling and Kapunda Police arrested
an 18 year old Freeling man for driving
whilst disqualified on November 14. As
a result his vehicle was impounded for
Nuriootpa Police arrested a 32 year
old Gawler man for assault on November
A vehicle parked was scratched on
November 11 in the car park of a licensed
premises on Murray Street, Nuriootpa
Tools were stolen from the rear of a
utility vehicle parked on Hamilton Street,
Freeling between November 12 and 13.
you are at risk
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