The South Eastern Times : March 23rd 2017
14 NEWS New product rollout THE Kimberly-Clark Australia Millicent Mill recently changed its major toilet paper product and replaced Kleenex Cottonelle with Complete Clean. The changes follow product development, local testing and feedback from consumers. “At KCA, we’re always listening to feedback from our valued consumers, to ensure our products are continually improved to meet their ever-changing needs,” KCA spokesperson Dominique Chandler said. The toilet paper is made from fibres 100pc sustainably sourced from Forest Stewardship Council certified and FSC controlled wood sources. MILLIONS OF ROLLS: Kimberly-Clark Australia employees Lucy Pratt, Ruth Bailey, Grant Spooner and Catherine Buxton examined the first of many toilet rolls of Kleenex Complete Clean to be made at the Millicent Mill. START YOUR WEEKEND AWAY (THIS TESLA MIGHT HELP) WIN A TESLA MODEL S* PLUS OVER 1,000 VIRTUAL VISA CARDS TO BE WON PURCHASE A SPECIALLY MARKED CASE OF HAHN SUPERDRY OR HAHN SUPERDRY 3.5 AND ENTER ONLINE AT SIPNSAVE.COM.AU TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY. SEE WEBSITE FOR FULL DETAILS. Council history preserved MILLICENT District Council’s mayoral robes and chain of office will move out of storage into a new home at the National Trust Living History Millicent Museum. At the March meeting, Wattle Range councillors voted to provide the museum with the historical artefacts in addition to donating photographs of former mayors and chairmen to be used as a backdrop. The staff recommendation to provide the robes and chain on loan was changed after Mayor Peter Gandolfi suggested donating the items. “I think it would be appropriate if we simply gift the robes,” he said. “I think that’s where they should be. “We’re no longer Millicent council, we are Wattle Range Council.” Originally donated by former MLC Martin Cameron, council inherited the mayoral robes and chain of office following the amalgamation Beachport, Millicent and Penola district councils in 1997. Council will also donate framed photographs of former mayors and chairmen of the Tantanoola District Council to the museum. Board reappointment $ 43.99 JÄGERMEISTER 700ML HAHN SUPERDRY 3.5 24 X 330ML STUBBIES $ 45.99 JÄGERMEISTER 700ML HAHN SUPERDRY 24 X 330ML STUBBIES FRANK Brennan of Millicent has been reappointed for a further four years as a State Government appointee to the Millicent-based South East Water Conservation and Drainage Board (SEWCDB). His first term began in 2013 and followed a long career in local government with Millicent District Council and Wattle Range Council. Mr Brennan was appointed as the presiding member of the South East Natural Resources Management Board in 2012 and has also chaired the SEWCDB in recent years. He has a background in such matters as he is a primary producer as well as a past member of the SE Economic Development Board and the SE Catchment Water Management Board. Meanwhile, the other State Government appointee to the SEWCDB for a further four year term is Mount Benson vigneron Anna Hooper. She is a past member of the SENRMB. Meanwhile, the State Government has appointed Brett McLaren as the SEWCDB presiding member for the coming three years. $ 34.99 JÄGERMEISTER 700ML EACH BUNDABERG UP RUM, JOHNNIE WALKER RED LABEL SCOTCH WHISKY, CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICED GOLD RUM, SMIRNOFF RED VODKA OR GORDON’S GIN 700ML IN BRIEF Burn-off approvals available WATTLE Range Council is now issuing permits for the purpose of burning standing grass and stubble under the provisions of the Fire and Emergency Services Act 2005. $ 39.99 EACH SAILOR JERRY SPICED RUM OR JIM BEAM DEVIL’S CUT BOURBON 700ML SPICED RUM O $ 29.99 ST AGNES VS BRANDY 700ML CANADIAN CLUB OR JIM BEAM WHITE PREMIX CUBES 24 X 375ML CANS $ 70.99 EACH SOMERSET HOTEL MILLICENT 8733 2888 SipnSave supports the responsible service of alcohol. Specials apply 22/3/17 to 4/4/17 or while stocks last. Price may vary in country areas due to freight. Price includes GST. www.sipnsave.com.au 14 - The South Eastern Times, Thursday, March 23, 2017 SIPNSAVE.COM.AU SNS_P07_2203_28x5_SET www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au Permits can be obtained from council offices and landholders are reminded that they must preregister their properties prior to any permits being issued. Smoke from the burn-offs may make driving hazardous in some areas. Caution should be taken when driving through the areas. Any unattended fires should be reported to 000 immediately. Volunteer firefighters supported WATTLE Range Council has continued to support volunteer firefighters through a $1000 donation to the Country Fire Service Foundation. The foundation provides vital financial support for the volunteer firefighters of the CFS and their families should they come to harm in the line of duty. Council has donated funds to the foundation following the tragic death of CFS volunteer Brian Johnston in 2014.
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