Onkaparinga Council and the Thalassa Park Trust have been working on designs for the $320,000 project for the past three years. The council’s open space work group co-ordinator, Andrew Smith, said the roots of three oak trees growing among the play equipment at the Aberfoyle Park site prompted the move. “Council staff had picked up on the fact that the root system was invading the old playground,” Mr Smith said.
Ausgid has reported blackouts in Carrington, Wickham, Maryville, Newcastle, and Tighes Hill. Power outages have been reported at 1400 businesses and homes across inner-city Newcastle.Ausgid has reported blackouts in Carrington, Wickham, Maryville, Newcastle and Tighes Hill about midday on Friday.Power is not meant o be restored until 2.30pm.More to come.BLACKOUT: The areas reporting power outages. Picture: Ausgrid map
About 50 residents attended a public meeting at Christie Downs Community House on Saturday to have their say on more than $1 million worth of upgrades to the station. Most were pleased that the State Government was finally taking action after years of lobbying. However, others listed a number of demands and ideas to ensure commuters felt safe using the station, including CCTV cameras in the carpark and upgrading the park between the station and Morton Rd.
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