Fishing companies to be congratulatedIt

It is now 12 months since the Adopt a Beach program was put into place, and it would be nice to see what types of debris and the amounts collected are.

There has been a huge improvement in 12 months with the amount of marine debris that had been washing ashore previously at Point Bolingbroke.

The two companies that have monitored beaches south of Tumby Bay, Blaslov Fishing and Tony’s Tuna, have done their beach clean up regularly.

In particular Blaslov Fishing have gone above and beyond what they were ever asked to do and this company is one that can set an example to others in the aquaculture Industry.

I would like to commend Justin Nelligan from Blaslov Fishing on his effort and thank him for his support.

The beaches are the cleanest they have been in many years and its has been pleasing to have people say that it’s nice to see the beaches clean of the rope, plastic and other material they used to see littered along the coastline.

At the end of the day some have realised that it was not that hard to do the right thing and to monitor what was washing ashore.

It is something that needs to continue and I would like to see the program continue.

It would be disappointing to see a successful program and the work that has been done and results achieved all come undone.

Minimal marine debris is being collected from around Point Bolingbroke compared to when the Adopt a Beach program first started, when every few weeks more than 100 kilograms of debris was coming ashore.


Bolingbroke, Tumby Bay

Well done to local police officers

I want to use this forum to publicly thank the two police officers on patrol who stopped on Mortlock Terrace to give me a lift home in the early hours of Friday morning after the Anzac Day commemoration.

I estimate I had walked about 12 kilometres that day and found out I’m not getting any younger.

After trying for about half an hour to get a taxi I gave up and decided to walk (not a very good idea).

My lower back was killing me and my legs and feet were aching so it was with huge relief I accepted your offer.

Unfortunately I failed to get your names so gentlemen, once again I thank you very much.

You showed great community spirit and are a credit to your uniforms and the SA Police.


Vietnam veteran and RSL Port Lincoln president

$20,000 raised for Zac Noble

Zac’s family are grateful and humbled by Eyre Peninsula’s wonderful country kindness.

We wish to convey our sincerest thanks to everyone who gave their time and talent, generous donations of money, auction and raffle items, food and accommodation for Zac’s Benefit.

All proceeds will go toward Zac’s personal care and comfort as well as equipment and treatment for his rehabilitation.

We are hopeful that Zac will transfer to a country nursing home soon.

Thank you all so very much.



Are the fairies at work in Canberra?

With the departure of experienced Labor politicians, one has to wonder who is advising the prime minister.

Could it be the fairies at the bottom of the garden?



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