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South Australian week in photos: October 10-14PHOTOS

South Australian week in photos: October 10-14 | PHOTOS ANGASTON: Charlie Rice, 4, was all smiles at the Barossa Farmer’s Market on Saturday. Photo: Erica Visser.
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PORT AUGUSTA: Matilda Moylan-Blaikie and Kurt Jury, of the Andamooka Yacht Club, were proud to accept the Mayor’s Choice award at the Regional Awards night held at Port Augusta’s Central Oval complex.

MOUNT COMPASS: A truck carrying 425 sheep rolled on a bend at Nangkita Road, near Mount Compass, mid-morning on Wednesday, October 12. Photo: Ben Kelly.

WET CONDITIONS: Wrattonbully Wine Region Association president Tim Fletcher believes the rain has been mostly positive for local grapegrowers. Picture: Isabella Hood.

KEITH: Nash Harper and Dusty Willis had a good time in the inflatable bubbles at the Keith and Tintinara District Show on October 8. Photo: Danni Shafik.

TRAINING: Ceduna fire fighter Colleen Nicholls prepares for the upcoming fire season. Picture: Kaitlyn Fasso-Opie

LOCALS: Kincraig Hotel’s Olivia Dowling (left) and Lena Smith are hoping to collect thousands of dollars through the U.G.L.Y bartender of the year campaign. Picture: Isabella Hood.

HISTORY: Sarah Jewell, head chef at Aria Restaurant located at the Sydney Opera House, enjoyed learning about where products came from. Picture: Trudi Herde-Rodda.

FINAL FAREWELL: Brad Collins and Kristel Dally from PowerFM with Allora Brannen explore the abandoned rides at Puzzle Park before it is demolished. Photo: Emmalie Balnaves-Gale.

ENTERTAINER: Murray Bridge resident Meryl Sorensen has been clowning for 25 years and fears the purge will impact her ability to continue. Photo: Emmalie Balnaves-Gale.

NURIOOTPA: Graham Linke in the traditional smokehouse set behind his iconic Linke’s Central Meat Store. Photo: Erica Visser.

VINE VALE: Chris Pfeiffer, Marananga, Barossa Trike Tours’ John Petrie and Darren Wotton at Tim Smith Wines’ during the inaugural Vine Vale Winemakers’ Shed Day. Photo: Carla Wiese-Smith.

PORT PIRIE: Kylie Monaghan’s voice echoed around the nation on Sunday night as she spoke to 60 Minutes about voluntary euthanasia. Sadly, Kylie succumbed to cancer the day before the program aired.

PORT LINCOLN: Lower Eyre Peninsula mayor Julie Low and councillor Geoff Bayly with the 1943 Auster that will be on display at the Port Lincoln Air Show. Picture: Jarrad Delaney.

PORT ELLIOT: Australian Diamonds captain Laura Geitz stopped by the Port Elliot Netball Club on Friday, October 7 to present it with a $20,000 grant. Photo: Dani Brown.

FAST FINISH: Sandhill Warrior takes out the Murray Bridge Gold Cup on Wednesday, October 12. Photo: Casey Gregory.

JUROR: Gregory Miller has a look at the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission Report as he prepares to hear from the community on the nuclear waste issue. Picture: Jarrad Delaney.

PORT GERMEIN: District Council of Mount Remarkable mayor, Colin Nottle, thanks Regional Development Minister, Geoff Brock, for the state government’s financial support for Port Germein Jetty repairs. PHOTO: Greg Mayfield.

CONCENTRATION: Monbulla’s Jesse Martin prepares a powerful serve to Wattle Range Gold player Lucy Butler on Saturday afternoon. Picture: Isabella Hood.

BURRA: Stacey Kerin, Handmade @ The Gap, Fords, had her first stall at Burra Show at the weekend. In less than 12 months, Stacey has begun selling her products in two stores. Photo: Chelsea Ashmeade.

PORT PIRIE: Two men were injured in a crash while attempting to land at the Port Pirie Aerodrome. PHOTO: Dylan Smith.

RECORD BREAKER: Anden stud co-princpal Joel Donnan, Woomelang, Vic shows his delight at selling White Suffolk ram Anden 150277Tw for $68,000 to SA breeders. Photo: Ian Turner.

DAMAGE CONTROL: Hatherleigh farmer Andrew Skeer (pictured holding son Joel in his barley) estimates 30 per cent of his Lower South East crops would have considerable waterlogging damage from recent rain events, but sons Leo and Kobe were making the most of the situation. Photo: Jacqui Bateman.

SWEET: Val and Norm Pope with their latest Eyre Peninsula Regional Award and some of their award winning honey.

GATHERING: Nola O’Connell (chairperson) and Kirsty Elson (secretary), pictured at the weir, are steering the Cleve SA Rural Women’s Gathering. Picture: Trudi Herde-Rodda.

PINKERTON: Kingston’s Jesse Crase (left), Kevin Sharam, Wendy Vella and Jeff Pinkerton wear pink to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Photo: Tiffany LePoidevin.

WHYALLA: Pop Up Kitchen members Tania Drobnjak, Argiri Kotsomitis and Elpida Vlachoulis hold their People’s Choice trophy won in the Eyre Peninsula regional awards. PHOTO: Louis Mayfield.

PETERBOROUGH: Barry, left, and Nan Clapp, Stuart Liberal MP Dan van Holst Pellekaan and Peter Malycha cut the 30th anniversary cake for the Nalya Lodge aged care facility. PHOTO: Greg Mayfield.

WHYALLA: Mayor Lyn Breuer and Whyalla City Council mechanic Neil Chambers are pictured removing the old logo from a council vehicle to replace it with the new logo launched recently.

PETERBOROUGH: Peterborough District Council chief executive officer Peter McGuinness, left, and council works manager Chris Thomson hold a section of pipe of the kind destined for the new sewage scheme. PHOTO: Greg Mayfield.

PORT AUGUSTA: For one week Port Augusta will host the largest free travelling exhibition ever featured by the Australian War Memorial – The Spirit of Anzac Centenary. Major General (Retired) Brian Dawson and Port Augusta Mayor Sam Johnson are pictured inside Central Oval Complex, the site of the exhibition. PHOTO: Matt Carcich.

ROBE: Julie Hinchliffe from Robe Dairy. Photo: Kate Foreman.

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