The South Eastern Times : August 22nd 2017
Circulating extensively throughout Millicent, Robe, Beachport, Tantanoola, Kalangadoo, Southend & surrounding districts TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2017 GENERATING POWER: Year 5 student Maxwell Mules generates energy as part of Newbery Park Primary School’s science fair last Friday. The school’s upper primary students presented a range of interactive experiments to staff, students and families for STEM Day. Full story page 4. No. 10852 | Price $1.40 Native title claim lodged A NEW native title claim for the entire South East has recently been lodged by the First Nations of the South East. The claim will be discussed by the Robe District Council tonight. In his report to council, chief executive Roger Sweetman said the Limestone Coast region has not had any previous claims lodged. Mr Sweetman said most of the other councils in South Australia have had experience with the management of native title claims in the 25 years that this process has been operating. He said the chief executives of the Limestone Coast councils are investigating the opportunity to engage one legal firm. Police pursuit leads to arrest of driver A MILLICENT man who sped away from a driver testing station and assaulted police when they attempted to arrest him has been remanded in custody while the court awaits a home detention report. Aaron Elias Lloyd, 29, appeared in police custody in the Mount Gambier Magistrates Court before an Adelaide magistrate on Friday after being arrested and charged with several offences the previous evening. Lloyd presented himself in the court dock with a black eye after becoming involved in a “scuffle” with police as they tried to arrest him on Thursday. The events that led to Lloyd’s arrest started at around 4.15pm when police were conducting drug Additional rally stage scheduled and alcohol testing on Jubilee Highway West. Lloyd was driving a black Holden sedan and slowed down, but then sped off from the testing station. Police followed the car for a short time before terminating the pursuit for safety reasons. Following enquiries, Lloyd was located and arrested at a pa 5ge The vehicle was seized for examination. Continued page 4 McLaughlin page 3 Park upgrade praised JAM SESSION SUNDAY 27TH FROM 4.00PM COME DOWN FOR A DAY OF GREAT MUSIC, FANTASTIC FOOD & DRINKS See you there! SPORTSMANS HOTEL 72 George St, Millicent Phone: (08) 8733 2017 716296 Greenways Hall handover page 8 “This firm would provide advice and assistance during this process with the view to reducing the costs involved and ensuring consistent information and advice are provided to the communities within the Limestone Coast,” Mr Sweetman said. “Native title rights are pre- existing (precolonial) rights held by indigenous peoples and groups as derived from their laws and customs. “The Native Title Act established a legal framework to manage and resolve the diversity in the rights and interests to lands and waters held and/ or being claimed by indigenous and settler Australians.” Mr Sweetman has previously Millicent address. A further address was identified in Snuggery where police located the black Holden which had stolen number plates attached, but all other identifying marks had been removed. had experience of dealing with such claims when he previously held senior roles with the Yankalilla and Adelaide Hills councils. He told The South Eastern Times such claims affected Crown land and he anticipated the main financial impost on his council would be legal fees.
August 17th 2017