Portside Weekly - 28 Jun 2017

Table of content - Portside Weekly (28 Jun 2017)

WE’RE HAVING A FUTSAL FOR ALL
Full steam ahead
MONKEY, IT’S BEEN MAGIC
CLASSES A BIT OF A STRETCH
LOCAL REAL ESTATE GUIDE
WHAT’S ON YOUR GUIDE TO THE WEEK’S ENTERTAINMENT
SALTY DOG SET TO MOVE IN
CREATIVE APPROACH TO NEW-LOOK PORT
Aged care beds to go
Trams on election wishlist
Rail extension to ignite Port
Budget funding boost for jetties
Funds allocated for office fit out
It’s yoga a go-go at playgroup
Cloud over Osborne
Futsal fever at LeFevre
Waterfront build plan
Civic centre bulk bins go hi-tech
Councils up in arms over fund
Memories on tap for hotel duo
WHAT’S IN A NAME? MONKEY HOUSE
HENLEY BEACH
SEMAPHORE PARK
Rate rise to cover costs of housing
SEMAPHORE
End of year need not be taxing
MATTER OF PRINCIPALS
LARGS BAY
CECILE ALDERSEY, Semaphore Park
DIRECTORY
IAN D. SEARLE, Largs North
MICHAEL POLLARD, Largs North
DANIEL BRAMLEY, Largs Bay
Don’t be a lemon in workforce
Little Wonders, Hill Smith Gallery
Woodstock by Portugal.The Man
nybooks.com
What’s on planner
NOTICEBOARD
Put this in the diary
MY COUSIN RACHEL (M)
A gem of a jeweller
Community highlight by
Pinnacle of the peninsula
Cineraria care
Crepe myrtle trim
LEAF FALL
Horoscopes& Puzzles
HARD C ROS SWO R D :
EASY CROSSWORD:
SUDOKU
SUDOKU
EASY
HARD
Renovated grandeur, modern ease
DETAILS
GARDEN GURU
Eyes on the prize FOOTBALL
Hit and miss for Bearcats’ double-header
Uni gives Pies a big footy lesson
Gap between sides too big
DO YOU KNOW A YOUNG SPORTS STAR?
Underdog takes out the cup
Coaching shuffle as several clubs switch mentors
Garville sets sights on top two
Uni star scores six goals in first half
FFA Cup SA final

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