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Liquor and Gambling Commissioner considering move to stem alcohol-related harm in Ceduna and Coober Pedy


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THE Liquor and Gambling Commissioner is considering changing licensing conditions in Ceduna and Coober Pedy to tackle alcohol-related harm in the regional centres.> Mr White later told The Advertiser his office was working with local councils, police and licensed venues to find ways to reduce alcohol-related harm, particularly to indigenous people.
"This work includes consideration of conditions being placed on liquor licences," he said.
Mr White said he had asked police to provide him with data for a "clearer picture" of the extent of the problem.
Ceduna Mayor Alan Suter said there were already restrictions on people buying more than two litres of cask wine or one bottle of port a day but drinkers often found others to buy more alcohol for them.



Call for NRM board members


Natural resources management boards across the state are now looking for new community board members committed to ensuring a resilient and healthy landscape for future generations.
South Australia is covered by eight regional NRM boards, each of which has up to nine community members.
The NRM boards have a strategic role in providing regional leadership in, and connecting local communities to, the sustainable use and effective integrated management of natural resources at a regional level.
Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources Group Executive Director of Partnerships and Stewardship, John Schutz, says board members have the chance to leave a lasting legacy.
“Without sustainable management practices, many industries and communities would not have a long-term future and it’s vital we make good decisions now,” he said.
Mr Schutz says board members come from wide-ranging backgrounds with strong skill sets.
“Our board members have skills, knowledge and practical experience in a wide range of areas, such as community affairs at a regional level, primary production, land management, and business or local government administration,” he said.
“Others have specific skills in biodiversity, conservation, water resources, soil conservation and knowledge of natural and social science or experience in the management of coasts, estuaries, marine areas and fisheries and aquaculture.
“Many also have urban or regional planning skills as well as a strong interest in Aboriginal heritage and land and water generally.”
Mr Schutz says community members with these skills are encouraged to apply for a position on one of the boards.
“If you have skills in any of these areas and you’d like to help make a difference in your community, then we would love to hear from you,” he said.
“A commitment of between two to four days of service per month is required.”
Appointments commence in April 2014 and may be for terms of up to three years.
Applications close on 12 July 2013.
For more information on board membership or to obtain an application form, visit www.environment.sa.gov.au/vacancies, or contact Mica Balela on (08) 8463 6860 or at mica.balela@sa.gov.au.



FAR NTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE INC
ROUND 8, 22 June 2013


Olympic Dam 17.15 - 117 def Andamooka 7.11 - 53


Olympic Dam
Goal Kickers:
James Simmons 4, Scott Montgomerie 3, Angus Coote 3, Andrew Pocock 3, Daniel Cummings 1, David Moyse 1, Daniel Emes 1, Thomas Dwyer 1
Best Players:Jonathon Veale, Rian Hornhardt, Michael Shaw, James Simmons, Scott Montgomerie
Andamooka
Goal Kickers:
Craig Rainsford 4, Terry Clancy 1, Aaron Hand 1, Nikaiya Herlihy-Graham 1
Best Players:Aaron Hand, Todd Paull, Craig Rainsford, Troy Mulders, Luke Sander

Roxby Districts 10.10 - 70 def Coober Pedy Football Club 8.6 - 54


Roxby Districts
Goal Kickers:
Ricky Prosser 4, Jared Greenbank 3, Craig Hall 1, Callan Haugum 1, Kain Zeptner 1
Best Players:Cody Kenny, Jared Greenbank, Luke Godfrey, Ricky Prosser, Craig Hall
COOBER PEDY
Goal Kickers:
Kelvin Henry 3, Jamaal Witchen 2, Mark Bell 2, Jye Burgess 1
Best Players:Benjamin Buller, Colin Liddle, Martin Grava, Jye Burgess, Jamaal Witchen



Roxby Downs Junior Football Junior Colts


The Hawks Junior Colts 6.16 (52) defeated The Giants Junior Colts 1.2 (8)


GOALS, The Hawks Junior Colts :
Matthew Lowe 2, Brodie Caden 1, Connor Woolford 1, Sax Brougham 1, Lochie Herring 1
BEST: The Hawks Junior Colts :
Matthew Lowe, Brodie Daddow, Lochie Herring, Luke Young, William Meadow
GOALS, The Giants:
Malachy Lynch 1
BEST, The Giants:
Malachy Lynch, Jack Dalgleish, Lachlan Lloyd, Kaiden Weston, George Clarke

The Suns Junior Colts 4.3 (27) defeated The Bulldogs Junior Colts 3.3 (21)


GOALS, The Suns Junior Colts: Bobby DÁrrigo 2, Lachlan Duns 1, Zane Annand 1
Best:Bailey French, Riley Holder, Bobby DÁrrigo, Zane Annand, Jackson Brooks
GOALS, The Bulldogs Junior ColtsLachlan Elliot 1, Samuel Crilly 1, Coby Seery 1
Best:Lucas Johnson, Corey Macgowan, Bailey Chamberlain, Gotch Jake, Coby Seery

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