In the Papers this Week October 28th 2013

Ironman Returns After Four Years

For the first time, Smiths Beach in Yallingup will host the Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Ironman & Ironwoman series 2013-14. Tourism Minister Liza Harvey said the beach would be the venue for the first two rounds of the event. “It is a great coup for Western Australia as it is one of only three states to feature in the competition,” Ms. Harvey said. The last time the state hosted the event was in 2009 when over 80,000 people showed up.

Hundreds Sign Petition In Support Of Farmers Market

500 local residents signed a petition to support Margaret River Farmers Market’s existing tenure at the Community Resource Centre. The Margaret River Regional Producers Association distributed the petition during the weekend market, asking the Augusta Margaret River Shire Council to help protect the weekly event’s residence at the Resource Centre. The petition will once again be available to be signed during the next Farmers Market at the Resource Centre on Tunbridge Street this Saturday. For details, contact Katrina Lombardo at 9757 9095 or kat@margaretriverfarmers market.com.au.

Locals Required For TV Show

Margaret River residents have an opportunity to work as extras in a new reality TV show called ‘When Love Comes to Town’. The show is going to feature 12 single urban girls who will take a trip to the farthest corners of the country in search of ‘the one’. Crew and cast will tour Margaret River this Friday for the first time and Hay Shed Hill Winery has been selected for the arrival scene. To find out more, please contact Siobhan Dampney of Southern Star Entertainment at (02) 9202 8924 or sdampney@sstar.com.au.

Opportunity To Enjoy Healthy Groove

People who love dancing, music and having fun will feel at home at the Conscious Grooves event taking place at the Margaret River Yoga School on Saturday, 6-9pm. There will be loads of live music entertainment and everybody is invited to bring along their instruments to be part of this huge jam n’ dance party. Ticket is $15, with free admission for kids. To find out more, call Elise at 0415 252 251.

App To Assist Parents

Margaret River Primary School is set to launch a mobile phone app to help parents register their kids being absent from school. MRPS principal Sinan Kerimofski said that the app also includes features such as a QR code reader, canteen menu and term planner. Parents will be able to download the app from Google Play or their phone’s app store after its launch at the school’s Parent and Citizens meeting next Tuesday.

Stillwater Giants To Perform At Tav

Stillwater Giants are set to perform on their home turf of Margaret River over the weekend with some outstanding accolades under their belt. After being chosen via Triple J to perform at the Groovin’ the Moo festival held in Bunbury, they have made an appearance on many shows in Perth, playing as the opening band for the likes of The Rubens, Van She, The Medics, Last Dinosaurs and Ball Park Music. The boys will grace Settlers Tavern this Saturday night.

About Benji

I am married and live on a farm near Margaret River with my wife, daughter and son. I set up The Margaret River Guide to assist people coming to Margaret River Western Australia to easily find what they are looking for. I also wanted to allow people to find activities they did not know about and to be able to openly comment on/ review businesses.

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