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Fijian born multi instrumentalist Jay Hoad
is on his way to the Barossa to combine forces
with one of our local Yoga teachers as well as
performing his incredible one man band show
later that day.
Jay will be composing music and performing
live with local yoga teacher Davina from Yoga
Gnosis on January 15 at the Williamstown
Queen Jubilee Caravan Park, Barossa 9.30a.m.
He is also performing his crazy show with 17
instruments on stage at Barossa Valley Brewing
on the same day at 2pm. These will be Jay’s only
appearances in this region for the year.
Last month Jay was awarded the prestigious
“ABRA Blues and Roots Album of the Year” with
his latest album “ Off the Cuff ” which he wrote
and recorded with famous blues guitarist, Chris
Last year Jay wanted to bring the show to
as many regional towns as possible, literally
weaving around the entire coast of Australia
from start to finish with 206 shows performed
in 2016 across five countries, as well as some big
festival performances just announced for 2017.
“Yeah, we just love to bring the show to
locations that don’t really have touring artists
too often, and this year’s tour features so many
weird and wonderful instruments that it really
gives the fans a chance and to hear and see
something cool, new and unique.”
Jay Hoad at Barossa Valley Brewing
Jay Hoad who will be performing in the Barossa.
Upgrade plans for
Last year Mt. Pleasant Progress Association, was
looking at the improvement and upgrading of the
Talunga Park complex on several fronts reports
Mr Stephen Corbally, chairman, Mount Pleasant
Progress Association Inc.
One of the issues grappled with for the better
part of 2016 was trying to find a balance between
competing users of the oval.
Two greatest users are the Football Club and
the various horse committees who regularly use
the facility including the oval during most of the
These two main users have different effects on
the oval surface and are not necessarily compatible
with each other.
Mt. Pleasant Progress Association has come
to a decision that the oval should be “allocated”
to these two users on a seasonal basis, such that
football only will be played on the oval during the
winter football season, and on completion of the
football grand final period, a few weeks would be
left to prepare the oval for the upcoming summer
horse season, which would continue until football
This programme should also cater for the
compatible use of the oval on such times when
the allocated users are absent.
An issue which is affecting both of these users,
is the old buried concrete cricket pitch, a leftover
from some 20 years ago when Mount Pleasant
fielded a cricket team.
It is now in poor condition and badly cracked,
and presents a continuing safety issue for both
users, and for the Park Manager in ensuring it is
safely covered for events.
In conjunction with a new Council-wide initiative
to progressively upgrade all the ovals in the Council
area, the association has decided that the cricket
pitch is to be removed, to both get rid of the ongoing
hazard, and allow the oval to be restored and
It is planned to install a new irrigation system as
part of this upgrade, which will use treated water
from the adjacent Mount Pleasant treatment plant.
A new $20,000 irrigation pump has been installed
this year as a start to the upgrade.
These upgrades, to be progressively carried out
over several years, will result in the oval becoming a
year round playing and event surface, and enhance
the reputation as a great place to visit, both as a
sports enthusiast and as a tourist.
December 19 - Nuriootpa CFS responded to a
minor clean up Sturt Highway Nuriootpa.
December 19 - Nuriootpa CFS, Angaston CFS
responded to assist at a grassfire at Stonefield
Road, Steinfield. Eudunda CFS, Neales Flat CFS,
Truro CFS, Blanchetown CFS, Cambrai CFS also
responded to this incident.
December 21 - Nuriootpa CFS and Tanunda CFS
both responded to a fire alarm at the new Mitre 10
store, Gawler Street, Nuriootpa.
December 22 - Angaston CFS and Nuriootpa
CFS both attended a private alarm at Capral
Aluminium, Crennis Mines Road, Angaston.
December 27 - Tanunda CFS and Tanunda MFS
both responded to a fire alarm at Tanunda Lutheran
Home, Bridge Street, Tanunda.
December 28 - Nuriootpa CFS dispatched a unit
to a call to a structure fire at Old Bethel Road,
December 28 - Tanunda CFS responded to an
undefined event, power lines down, blocking Yetti
Road, Cockatoo Valley.
December 28 - Angaston CFS responded to a
tree down blocking road at corner of Moculta Road/
Salem Road, Angaston.
December 28 - Angaston CFS responded to
multiple calls for trees down near Collingrove
December 28 - Angaston CFS responded to a
tree down on Roaring Forties Restaurant, Murray
December 28 - Angaston CFS responded to help
with multiple trees down at Saddleworth Road,
December 28 - Nuriootpa CFS responded to a
tree down blocking Liebig Road, Nuriootpa.
December 30 - Nuriootpa CFS and Truro CFS
both responded to a baler fire, Dutton East Road,
December 31 - Nuriootpa CFS and Angaston CFS
both responded to a fire alarm, Nuriootpa Primary
School, Buna Terrace, Nuriootpa.
January 1 - Nuriootpa CFS responded to a minor
incident involving a car and tree, Belvidere Road,
January 3 -- Nuriootpa CFS responded to animal
rescure, 21 Moore Avenue, Nuriootpa. (Ducks stuck
January 5 - Anagston CFS assisted SAAS with
patient lift at Lindsay Street Angaston.
January 6 - Nuriootpa CFS responded to a
rubbish fire in the middle of Kreig Street, Nuriootpa/
January 6 - Nuriootpa CFS, Truro CFS, Neales
Flat CFS, Blanchetown CFS, Angaston CFS, Sedan
CFS all attended to a truck fire, Sturt Highway,
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