The Border Watch : November 8th 2013
NEWS TIPS firstname.lastname@example.org Willow Financial Services Pauline Hill and Scott Wilson have decided that they are too young to think about retirement and after a couple months of holidays, they have decided to start up their own Financial Planning Business, Willow Financial Services. Why not pop into their new offi ce at Plantation Timbers, 2 Eleanor Street, Mount Gambier and fi nd out what Pauline and Scott have been up to over the last couple of months and what services they can provide for you in the future. Phone 08 8724 7745 Mobile 0447 616 611 2 Eleanor Street, Mount Gambier scott@willowfi nance.com.au pauline@willowfi nance.com.au Scott Wilson, Scott Wilson Pty Ltd t/a Willow Financial Services are Authorised Representatives GWM Adviser Services Limited ABN 96 002 071 749 t/a MLC Financial Planning an Australian Financial Services Licensee, Registered offi ce at 105-153 Miller Street North Sydney NSW 2060 and a member of the National Australia group of companies. NEW BOARD: Women in Business and Regional Development has appointed a new board with members Di Ind, Christine Hulford, Sally Mattschoss, Maria Gentile, Emma Koch (chair), Tammy Whitehead, Des Noll and Judy McKay. New board appointed Women’s network provides much-needed rural asset Group to celebrate with Aussie tradition A NEW board has been appointed for Women in Business and Regional Development (WiBRD) with Emma Koch remaining as chair. “I am very excited to chair this group for a second year and look forward to implementing a series of regional and local network events,” Ms Koch said. “We have an excellent board bringing together a range of skills and interests which will be a huge asset in developing this much-needed regional women’s group.” The group’s next event is a lunch and workshop at Naracoorte Town Hall on November 15 with Victorian Rural Women’s 2010 award winner Alana Johnson and well-known South East identity Sue Bell from Bellwether Wines facilitating a workshop on how rural communities can work together. With networks in Mount Gambier, Millicent, Robe, Naracoorte, Bordertown and an alliance with a Portland group, WiBRD manages a series of networks that bring together like-minded women. THE Mount Gambier and Districts Women’s Business Network will visit Shiralea Pet Resort at Allendale on Wednesday to celebrate Christmas in a traditional Aussie way. “This fi nal meeting will see a changing of the guard as new planning committee members Judy McKay, Barbara Lightburn and Stacey Bradley talk about plans for the network in 2014,” network leader and Shiralea Pet Resort proprietor Lynne Johnston said. Long-serving members Melissa Stephenson, Elaine Pollock and Ms Johnston will also be farewelled at the event. Since March 2009, the network has held monthly meetings providing women an opportunity to promote their business, share information and form alliances to build success. “Over the years we have seen the network grow and we hope that members will join us for our fi nal function where well-known chef Sheila Pannell will showcase classic Aussie foods of beef and kangaroo with damper and billy tea under our gum trees,” Ms Johnston said. “We haven’t forgotten the vegetarian as well so come along to browse the many delights on our property and enjoy the Christmas cheer.” Shiralea is a unique business providing boarding kennels for pets, a pet friendly bed and breakfast with an art studio and picture framing studio within the environs of a native garden. The 1864 cottage and stables were the fi rst established in Allendale. The three-course banquet dinner begins at 6pm and includes non-alcoholic rainforest punch and billy tea for $45 per person. Partners are welcome and a $5 Kris Kringle will be held, with participants asked to arrive with a gift to contribute. To book contact email@example.com State recreational fi shers to update activity information A NEW state recreational fi shing survey will seek updated information from South Australian fishers about their activities. The 2013/14 survey will begin on December 1 and provide a comprehensive snapshot of the habits of recreational fi shers and estimates of their annual catch. Fisheries Minister Gail Gago said the survey would collect up-to-date information on catch rates for key species, by both boat and shore-based recreational fi shers. “We need this data to add to our existing knowledge of species, to better understand recreational fi shing habits and to support fi sheries management decision-making,” Ms Gago said. “An initial screening survey is now under way to randomly choose at least 600 recreational fi shing households. “They will be contacted monthly to record details of their catch and their fi shing practices, such as the number of times they went fi shing and where they went.” The previous survey conducted in 2007/08 found there were about 236,000 recreational fi shers in South Australia. The survey will cover all fi shing activities in saltwater and freshwater, shore and boat-based fi shing and various fi shing methods, including line-fi shing, diving, pots and nets and all species, with special emphasis on the key managed species such as King George Whiting. 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