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News in pictures South Australia: November 7PHOTOS

News in pictures South Australia: November 7 | PHOTOS MURRAY BRIDGE: One woman wants to make people’s lives a little brighter by inspiring them to turn their frowns upside down and smile. Leta Collett moved to Murray Bridge about five months ago and last week she decided to try and make a difference, even if only for a few seconds. PHOTO: Dani Brown
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CLARE VALLEY: Rumour and misinformation continue to surround the future of Martindale Hall, as locals seek answers from the government about what lies ahead for this Clare Valley icon.

BAROSSA: One of Barossa’s greatest vignerons had the surprise of his life while celebrating his 63rd birthday. Robert Hill-Smith, fifth generation vigneron at Yalumba, was named Yalumba’s 54th signatory at his surprise birthday dinner.

BORDERTOWN: John McIntosh on his 1996 Yamaha Royal Star, Katrina Pretlove, Cynthia Ward and Brett Burchell on his 2011 Harley Davidson Wide Glide ready to roll for the Christmas Tree of Hope Ride on November 22. PHOTO: Benn Gransden

ROBE: District Council of Robe councillors have shown great interest in becoming part of the KESAB Sustainable Communities program. Robe local Mark Standerwick says every little bit helps when it comes to keeping Robe s beaches clean. PHOTO: Kate Foreman

CLEVE: Truck drivers are urged to remain vigilant on the roads this harvest following a road train rollover seven kilometres north of Cleve on Sunday.

MURRAY BRIDGE: More than 11,000 people are expected to move to Murray Bridge in the next 25 years. Masons Real Estate sales consultant John Leahy believes the predicted population rise in Murray Bridge will produce a range of positive results for the region. PHOTO: Peri Strathearn

MENINGIE: The Lake Albert Community Reference Group, whose members include Sam Dodd, Neil Shillabeer and Bill Henshall, has rejected the State Government’s choice of water cycling as the best way to cure the lake’s salinity problems. PHOTO: Peri Strathearn

PENOLA: Penola’s “Snow” (left) and “Pork” Merrett get ready to set off for the Aussie Muscle Car Run.

PORT AUGUSTA: Port Augusta Special School principal Anne Holmes could not be more excited about the brand new school campus. The keys are due to be handed over next week.

PORT AUGUSTA: A 63-year-old woman made a lucky escape at this single-vehicle rollover. The woman was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. PHOTO: Steph Say

FAR NORTH: Driver fatigue appears to be the cause of a crash where two people died Tuesday night on the Stuart Highway, according to police.

PORT LINCOLN: Dental assistant Selina Sellen in one of the rooms in the new $4.2 million dental clinic at the Port Lincoln Hospital. PHOTO: Natasha Ewendt

PORT LINCOLN: Port Lincoln City Council community infrastructure manager Nigel Melzner with one of the recycling racks. The council has received a grant to install 10 more on bins in the central business district.

PORT PIRIE: St Mark’s College student Maggie Clarke puts the final touches to her Year 12 psychology exam papers along with 18 classmates. PHOTO: Hollie Joyce

ROXBY DOWNS: Mark ‘Dags’ Dalgleish enjoys the simple things in life like barbecues and kicking back with family and friends. PHOTO: Jack McGuire

SNOWTOWN: Snowtown has a refocussed future following the official opening of stage two of the Snowtown Wind Farms on Sunday. Tour de France winner Cadel Evans, pictured, and Premier Jay Weatherill were in Snowtown for the launch.

MID NORTH: Tributes flowed for Andrew Harrison, right, the farmer and CFS volunteer who died from burns suffered while fighting a bushfire at Nantawarra. Andrew is pictured with his wife Kellie, in this photo supplied by his family.

VICTOR HARBOR: Social media has unveiled its ability to bring people together in positive ways, after the owners of a camera found in Italy three years ago were tracked to Victor Harbor. Germany’s Nicol Hellwig has located the owners of a camera he found in Italy in 2011 through this couple, Susan and Steven Monaghan, who he found with the help of The Times’ Facebook community.

FLEURIEU: One of the region’s most hazardous intersections will receive a roundabout, and the speed limit for the entrance to Victor Harbor will be slashed, in a road safety shake-up proposed by the state government. Fleurieu Road Safety Group treasurer Malcolm Frahn welcomes the proposed upgrades to Victor Harbor’s Ring Road. PHOTO: Michael Simmons

CEDUNA: The Ceduna Youth Hub won the Rural Doctors Workforce Agency Rural Community Health and Wellbeing Award at the South Australian Community Achievement Awards in Adelaide. Ceduna Youth Hub Youth Hub Peter Jericho and director GP services at the Rural Doctors Workforce Agency Fran Lovell celebrated the win.

WHYALLA: Muradel had its grand launch of its Whyalla demonstration plant. Pictured were, back, left, ARENA chief financial officer Ian kay, member for Giles Eddie Hughes, Minister for Regional Development Geoff Brock and Muradel board executive chairman Ollie Clark with Muradel chief executive officer David Lewis. PHOTO: Kayleigh Bruce

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