The South Eastern Times : June 28th 2018
14 NEWS Surf event success MEMBERS of the Beachport Surf Life Saving Club say they have been embraced by groups after recently hosting a major carnival. Club spokesperson Julie Moran said surf life saving clubs from both metropolitan Adelaide and regional Victoria converged on Beachport for an actionpacked June long weekend of rescue boat racing at the local surf beach. “Our recently established club was certainly made to feel like part of the Surf Life Saving SA wider family when we were offered the opportunity to host a carnival designated for the racing of inflatable rescue boats,” Ms Moran said. “With swells of over three metres on Saturday, our water conditions provided competitors with plenty of waves to negotiate and plenty of entertainment for the hundreds of spectators that came to watch. “The racing started with competitors on the beach racing out in the water to the inflatable rescue boats and starting the engine before racing out to cans (floating markers) in the water where they were required to rescue a patient, either by hauling TV GUIDE I Thursday June 28 I SEVEN Sa WIN Sa 6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. 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Consumer advice: violence – v, language – l, sex references – s, nudity – n, drug use – d, horror/supernatural themes – h, adult themes – a, medical practices – m, war scenes – w, (R) Repeat, (CC) Closed Captions. 14 - The South Eastern Times, Thursday, June 28, 2018 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au OUT IN THE BAY: Several surf life saving clubs recently converged on Beachport for a weekend of inflatable rescue boat racing at the local surf beach. them into the boat or by entering the water and swimming to rescue patients with a rescue tube. “Sunday’s swell conditions eased off slightly, but nevertheless the two carnivals in Beachport were classed as the highlight of this season by many of the competitors out of the six-part series.” Ms Moran said the Beachport and Rivoli Bay Lions Club was an integral part of the weekend’s suc- cess, readily assisting with catering for the carnival with doughnuts. She said the Beachport Surf Life Saving Club provided a barbecue and soups and the Millicent Rotary Club supplied hot chips. “Feedback from both competitors and spectators was very positive,” she said. “Conditions and weather were extremely favourable and the local residents were very welcoming to all Picture: STEVE CHAPPLE PHOTOGRAPHY the competitors and their families who look forward to returning to Beachport again. “It is hoped that as our club continues to grow from strength to strength, this carnival is only a small chapter in our ever evolving story. “We currently attract members from all over the South East region, including Mount Gambier, Glencoe, Millicent, Penola and Beachport.” University merger opportunity explored MOUNT Gambier’s University of South Australia could be absorbed into an expanded University of Adelaide as the two universities explore a merger. Known as UniSA, its campus is located on Wireless Road West and caters for various disciplines, including teaching and nursing. In a message to graduates recently, University of Adelaide Chancellor Kevin Scarce said his council and the University of South Australia’s council had agreed to explore the merits of a merger to create a new, leading Australian university. “What this means for alumni is that both universities will undertake extensive consultation with graduates as well as with students and staff, business, industry, government and members of the community over the next six months,” Mr Scarce said. “It is important to stress this is a period of consultation and therefore it is business as usual for the University of Adelaide. “There is no foregone conclusion and regardless of the outcome of these discussions, there will be no immediate impact on our teaching and research and the academic programs our students are currently studying will not be impacted.” The University of Adelaide was founded 142 years ago while UniSA formed in 1992. Volunteer funds boost COMMUNITY organisations will benefit from $20m in Federal Government grants to support the efforts of their volunteers. Grants of between $1000 and $5000 can be used towards the cost of essential items that help make the work of volunteers easier, safer and more enjoyable, such as equipment, training, transport and background screening. The volunteer grants round is expected to open in August.
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