The Border Watch : November 27th 2013
NEWS TIPS email@example.com Cannabis bust at Naracoorte POLICE reported a man for allegedly growing cannabis at Naracoorte on Monday. At about 10pm, police went to the premises and located 15 small cannabis plants being grown outside. A 43-year-old Naracoorte man was reported for cultivating cannabis, possession of cannabis and possessing prescribed equipment. He will be summonsed to appear in court. Anyone with information about the manufacture, sale and possession of illegal drugs can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or provide details online at www.sa.crimestoppers. com.au. Weapon found POLICE have reported a man for carrying an offensive weapon after his home was searched in Nangwarry. Officers had reason to search the home on November 20 and allege a machete was found inside. The weapon was seized and the resident reported for the offence on Friday after speaking with police. He will be summonsed to attend court at a later date. NEWS 7 Drink driver’s vehicle seized A MILLICENT man has lost his licence for a minimum of 12 months after he blew more than four times the legal limit on Sunday morning at Millicent. A police patrol stopped the man driving at Millicent just before 1am. HEART OF THE FOREST: Penola High School student Brad Rowe, Nangwarry art statement project coordinator Laurie Charman, Penola High School student Brock McIntosh (back) and Kalangadoo Primary School students Nicholas and Nathan Rowe (front) helped construct a town entrance sign at the northern end of Nangwarry. Picture: SAM DOWDY Heritage statement Art project celebrates Nangwarry timber history SAM DOWDY STAGE one of Nangwarry’s art statement project is due to be completed in the coming weeks. One sign depicting Nangwarry as the heart of the forest has been erected at the town’s northern entrance and a second structure is being constructed at the southern entrance. Made from pine logs, the art statement represents the town’s lengthy history of forestry. Project coordinator Laurie Charman believes the statement helps consolidate the town’s identity. “In 60 years, Nangwarry has never had any decent signage,” he said. “This new art statement will make us stand out a bit more. “It’s also quite meaningful because it tells the story of Nangwarry and the South East in general.” Mr Charman encouraged residents to get involved in the planning and construc- tion stages of the project. “I like to involve students from the school in all the community projects we undertake,” he said. “If they help create something like this, the students will usually take ownership of it and look after it.” Penola High School student Brock McIntosh enjoyed participating in the construction process of the project. “I’ve really enjoyed doing some concreting and it’s something I can be proud of in years to come,” he said. “I think the signs will help make Nangwarry look a bit better.” Stage two of the project is a central art piece and stage three includes a string of silhouettes scattered throughout the town and tying the project together. 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Anyone with information that can assist police is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Extended. Ends November 30.
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