The Border Watch : October 22nd 2013
[BOTTOMFOLIO][PAGENO] - The Border Watch, [DOW], [MONTH] [DOM], [YEAR] The Border Watch, Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 12 FIVE YEARS AGO 25 YEARS AGO 10 YEARS AGO A DAMAGED freight plane delayed flights in and out of the Mount Gambier Airport for two hours yesterday morning as emergency services mopped up a small slick of spilled fuel. THE Mount Gambier A&H Society Spring Show has closed for another year with organisers hailing this year's event a success. The show, which is in its 152nd year, still managed to pull in around 12,000 people despite heavy rain on Saturday afternoon after fine weather on Friday. Show president Malcolm Kilsby said numbers were only down a little compared to last year. OCTOBER 23 Watch, October 23, 2008 Watch, October 21, 2003 FLASHBACK: The Border Wh O b 23 2008 Buy on DRIVE A WINNER NAVARA D40 ST-X DUAL CAB WINNER OF THE MAGAZINE UTE OF THE YE 200 Lake's low ebb THE water level of Mount Gambier s Blue Lake has dropped to its lowest ebb in recorded history, according to new information released yesterday by the region s water authorities. A drop in rainfall, along with climate change issues and pumping rates, is contributing to the lake s downward slide. The lake - which is the city s drink- ing water and Mount Gambier s most famous natural icon - has been shrinking since the 1910s, but a more rapid decline has been recorded in the past 20 years. While the Valley Lake s water level has lifted slightly this winter, it is again expected to drop to a record low this summer because of evaporation and low rainfall during warmer months. Blue Lake Management Committee chair Andy McPharlin said it was crucial that strategies were put in place to stop the decline of the Blue Lake. "We just can t rely on rainfall to fix it, that is not a strategy," Mr McPharlin said. Conceding the decline was a con- cern for the community and water authorities, he said a number of projects were under way to reverse the downward spiral. These include a review of the water allocation management plans by the SENRM Board, water saving devices for households and compulsory metering on irrigation wells. He said authorities were even now canvassing the possibility of tapping into the confined aquifer to reduce pumping volumes from the Blue Lake. But he conceded the challenge was a complex and difficult problem to solve. Meanwhile, Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation principal technical officer Jeff Lawson said yesterday the Blue Lake now sat at 11.3m above sea level, which was the lowest level since records were kept. He said by the end of summer the Valley Lake s water level would sit at similar levels. "There is a direct correlation between what is happening with the water levels and the amount of rainfall we are receiving," said Mr Lawson, who only compiled the new water level figures yesterday. But he did concede pumping rates - which would rise during the warmer months - were a contribut- ing factor to the declining water levels. Mr Lawson said the region needed a series of above average rainfall patterns to trigger a rise in water levels. "We need to look at better water usage," said Mr Lawson, who explained this applied to domestic, industrial and irrigation users. Meanwhile, SENRM Board gen- eral manager Hugo Hopton said yesterday the organisation was responding to resource conditions trends by proposing reductions to allocations through its draft water allocation plan. "The SENRM Board, through the Lower Limestone Coast Water Allocation Plan, is proposing reduc- tions to manage for increased pressures on our water resources including climate change and drought," Mr Hopton said. Mount Gambier City Council operational services director Daryl Sexton said council had yet to con- sider banning boating and skiing activities on the Valley Lake. "There is plenty of deep water in the lake for boating and skiing," said Mr Sexton, who explained boating enthusiasts were aware of the shallow parts of the lake. But he warned people needed to consider the risks of coming in contact with the water, which was polluted. BY SANDRA MORELLO Email: firstname.lastname@example.org pMount Gambier's Kristen Arbery, Kai Arbery, 2, and Adam Johns enjoy the sunshine at the Valley Lake. The lake's water level is expected to plummet to record lows this summer, similar to the level of the Blue Lake. Picture: SANDRA MORELLO. WEATHER Mount Gambier Today - Fine. High cloud 21o -- full report page 27 TV GUIDE Page 12 COMICS Page 17 S KEEPING THE SOUTH EAST INFORMED SINCE 1861 $1.00 inc. GST Thursday, October 23, 2008 Pink Ribbon D y Monday 27TH October 2008 8 page feature inside - Helping raise money to fund a cure for Breast Cancer ONE YEAR AGO Watch, October 23, 2012 FLASHBACK: The Border Wh O b 23 2012 THE Mount Gambier A&H Society Spring Show has closed for another year with organisers hailing this year s event a success. The show, which is in its 152nd year, still managed to pull in around 12,000 people despite heavy rain on Saturday Show president Malcolm Kilsby said numbers were only down a little com- pared to last year. "It was about 2.5pc down," he said. "There was an afternoon shower on the Saturday at a critical time for ticket sales." Continued page 2 BATTLE RE-ENACTMENT: Members from the medieval camp demonstrating to the crowd how weapons were used in medieval times at the Mount Gambier Spring Show. Picture: GEORGIA KELLY-BAKKER Show president Malcolm Kilsby said afternoon after fine weather on Friday. Show shines SHOW DELIGHT: Ethan and Kyle Gid mp in excitment at M ing S GEORGIA KELLY-BAKKER YOU SEE IT! YOU LIKE IT! WE MA TV GUIDE WEATHER > WINDS EASING. PARTLY CLOUDY. 24O -- PAGE 35 BUSINESS > PAGES 10-12 www.borderwatch.com.au | $1.10 2010 & 2011 Country Press SA Newspaper Of The Year Tuesday, October 23, 2012 594004 INSIDE TODAY'S CARSMART LIFTOUT SPORT BACK PAGE REALITY CHECK FOR DEFENDING CHAMPS NEWS PAGE 3 FOREST BUYER PROMISES SECURITY ICON DEBUTS AT 2012 AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SHOW 1988 2003 2008 2012 from our archives OCTOBER 25 THE State Government put $10,000 towards Limestone Coast Tourism promotion last year, while announcing $23.7m for Kangaroo Island, according to documents revealed by a regional tourism stalwart. OCTOBER 24 A SOUTH East timber leader has claimed the possible collapse of the Penola Pulp Mill will not be a "disaster" for the region because other companies are already scouting the area for opportunities. THE water level of Mount Gambier's Blue Lake has dropped to its lowest ebb in recorded history, according to new information released yesterday by the region's water authorities. A drop in rainfall, along with climate change issues and pumping rates, is contributing to the lake's downward slide. The lake has been shrinking since the 1910s, but a more rapid decline has been recorded in the past 20 years. OCTOBER 23 OCTOBER 22 STRONG bidding led to more than $40,000 worth of sales at Sunday s Coonawarra Cabernet Brunch and Auction, winding up a strong weekend of festivities to celebrate the region s wine. OCTOBER 21 TUMBLING rock lobster prices have triggered calls to strengthen the domestic market and help the multi-million dollar export fishery ride through tough times. WATER restrictions will be introduced in Mount Gambier for the first time in history as part of a state-wide initiative to curb usage. The new regulations will begin next Sunday to coincide with daylight saving and will apply to every household in the South East which is connected to SA Water. The permanent measures also provide restrictions for public and private gardens, recreational areas and sports grounds. OCTOBER 21 OCTOBER 22 THE 5.30pm rush to queue at the checkouts of Mount Gambier businesses can now be avoided as fully deregulated shopping hours begin this weekend. OCTOBER 23 A SITE near St Paul s School has been targetted by a major hamburger restaurant company as its chance to establish its chain in Mount Gambier. The proposed restaurant will also include a drive-through servery. THE potential for a gas inspired industrial and agricultural resurgence from reserves at Penola has been endorsed by the region's key lobby group. In assessing the anomalour gas find, the Green Triangle Development Council said today the gas reserves would breathe new life into the South East, with it being hailed as one of the most significant recent events for the region. OCTOBER 20 OCTOBER 21 THE pioneering spirit of a past Mount Gambier Corriedale sheep breeder, Dr W.J. Browne, was immortalised on Saturday with the unveiling of a commemorative plaque at Corriedale Park. OCTOBER 24 FLASHBACK: The Border Watch, October 20, 1988 FLASHBACK: The Border Watch October 21 2003 NEW TRAILERS Available now FOR SALE DUE (Various siz Inside YOUR 'Watch' Auction tops $1m mark Page 2 Vehicle theft anger SS EQUIPPED 20 VY CO BEKINGOFT By SANDRA WALLACE Water bans Restrictions taking effect next Sunday Conboy's Nurseries retail manager Michelle Dunn is pictured watering some camellias with a hand-held hose. From this Sunday, nu rseries will be restricted to watering by hand during the day and only running sprinklers at night. Ms Dunn says Conboy's Nurseries already operated automatic sprinklers at night. WATER restrictions will be introduced in Mount Gambier for the first time in history as part of a State-wide initiative to curb usage. The new regulations will begin next Sunday to coincide with daylight saving and will apply to every household in the South East which is connected to SA Water. The permanent measures also provide restrictions for public and private gardens, recreational areas, sports grounds and nurs- eries. People who flout the new measures will be slapped with a $315 expiation notice. Member for Mount Gambier Rory McEwen said yesterday the measures were about "conserving water". "I think we have to change our mindset in terms of water being readily available and we can just use it anytime we like for everything," Mr McEwen said. "We need to think more strate- gically about using water be- cause we can t just run the taps for the sake of it for two reasons; it will cost you less money and environmentally we need to become more attuned to using our very scarce water more responsibly." Mr McEwen said Mount Gam- bier and the South East should be part of those new measures. "Just because water is more freely available, it shouldn t mean we should abuse that resource," he said. Mount Gambier mayor Steve Perryman said yesterday the new measures were a positive step. "We probably don t value our water highly enough. Any water we can conserve is a good thing because we have had a dramatic drop in the level of the Blue Lake in the past 10 to 20 years, and it is good the level has stabilised in the last two years, anything we can do to curb our water use is a good thing," Mr Perryman said. He said the measures did not appear too restrictive. "It s mostly about awareness and they (government) have relaxed some of the measures they have had in place in Adelaide," Mr Perryman said. "We (council) have a long term strategy where we want to reduce water use by 20 percent. We started this year and we have put meters on all of our bores, so we can measure our water use, and we have also got some intelligent watering sys- tems that detect whether it warrants watering or not." Grant District Council mayor Don Pegler welcomed the govern- ment s move to conserve water, but argued the restrictions for each regional area should be different. "A lot of the local water we use goes straight back into the aquifer, so it is not as if we are pulling it out of a river and it never finds its way back," Mr Pegler said. The new regulations were jointly announced by Adminis- trative Services Minister Jay Weatherill and Minster for the River Murray John Hill. Mr Weatherill said the changes would be much simpler to follow than the previous restrictions in Adelaide and would further strengthen the State s water conservation initiatives. Meanwhile, Mr Hill said: "Any- one in breach of these new measures will, in the first instance, be issued with a warning notice, reminding them of their responsibilities. If non- compliance continues a $315 expiation notice will be issued. Serious or continuing breaches could result in court action with fines of up to $5000 for individu- als and up to $10,000 for corporations." A mail-out to all households, which will begin the following week, will fully explain the new water conservation measures and the penalties for non- compliance as well as helpful tips on wise water use. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2003 Established 1861 Ph: 08 8724 1555 Fax: 08 8724 1551 85c Inc. GST SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC1 SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC I TUESDAY OCTOBER 22 I 6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. 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October 23rd 2013