The South Eastern Times : February 7th 2017
4 NEWS Rider injured in sand dunes J.L. ‘FRED’ SMITH email@example.com A MOTORCYCLIST was injured after falling from his bike in the sand hills at Canunda National Park on Saturday. The 18-year-old Victorian man fell in the park near the former council rubbish dump, west of Millicent. Help was sought at about 5pm and Millicent Country Fire Service, State Emergency Service, SA Ambulance Service and police responded. Senior Sergeant First Class Peter Brown, officer in charge of Millicent Police, said the motorcycle was not damaged and the reason for the fall was not known. He said ambulance officers had treated the rider for minor facial lacerations and burns to his arms. Wattle Range CFS group officer Fred Stent said his personnel assisted at the scene and the rider was transported from the sand hills by ambulance. RESCUE UNDER WAY: Emergency services personnel prepare to transfer the injured rider to hospital by a four wheel drive ambulance. Picture: GRAEME MELLOR PHOTOGRAPHY Youngster to help grant wishes From front page “I saw another lady do it and I thought I would do it to help sick kids,” Joseph said. “The money you raise goes to Make- A-Wish and it helps the kids because they can afford to do what they want to do.” Mother Laura Renehan said while initially hesitant, she was “pretty proud” of Joseph’s decision to brave the shave. “We went to a head shave and he just IN BRIEF Coastal film society set to return THE Beachport Film Society will come out of its customary summer recess at the South Coast Cinema this month. It will screen the film United Kingdom at 7.30pm on February 24 and the screening will be followed by a shared supper. The Railway Terrace cinema has been the base for the Beachport Film Society since 1995 and it has been running monthly screenings ever since. A private promoter shows movies at peak holiday periods, charity screenings are also held at the council-owned venue and it is also used for concerts and meetings. came up with it on his own,” she said. “When he came up with the idea, I said to him to leave it for a while to make sure of his decision. “It has been nearly a year since he came up with the idea and he has been very consistent and always asks me about it.” Joseph’s head shave will begin at 7pm on Saturday at the gliding club. “I’m nervous but at the same time excited,” he said. “I can’t wait for all my friends to see my hair.” MORE SUCCESS: The latest album by former Southend singer-songwriter Kasey Chambers has shot to the top of the charts. Kasey debuts on top of ARIA chart Place an order for Valentine’s Day and go into the draw to win a huge, beautiful teddy bear (valued at $200) Open Monday 13th, 9am - 7pm and Tuesday 14th, 7am - 5pm Roses, chocolates, teddy bears, balloons Delivery available to Millicent and surrounds, Tantanoola, Mount Burr, Southend, Beachport, Robe, Kingston and Mount Gambier. 43 George St, Millicent | 8733 2650 4 - The South Eastern Times, Tuesday, February 7, 2017 709767 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au WITH her 11th studio album, Dragonfly, former Southend singer-songwriter Kasey Chambers has debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart for the fifth time. The follow-up to Bittersweet, debuting at number two in September 2014, the Dragonfly double album is out now, with guests including Paul Kelly, Ed Sheeran, Grizzlee Train, Harry Hookey, Vika and Linda Bull, Keith Urban and Foy Vance. The first disc of Dragonfly was produced by ARIA hall of famer Paul Kelly at The Sing Sing Sessions, while the second was produced by Kasey’s brother Nash Chambers at The Foggy Mountain Sessions. Kasey has previously topped the ARIA Albums Chart with Barricades and Brickwalls in 2002, Wayward Angel in 2004, Carnival in 2006 and Rattlin’ Bones, her collaboration with Shane Nicholson, in 2008. Kasey’s Sooner Or Later tour with Bernard Fanning kicked off in Tamworth on Australia Day and continues throughout February.
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