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Playford in the News - February 17

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Playford in the News - February 17
Published 17 February 2017
Driverless buses could be hitting the roads out north, as we find out in this week's edition Playford in the News.

Driverless buses could be hitting the roads out north as we find out in this week's edition Playford in the News.

Today Tonight took a look at a #SmartCity proposal for driverless buses to transport Lyell McEwin Hospital staff from their car park to work.The City of Playford has also featured over four pages in a major inflight magazine, Business First, with Mayor Glenn Docherty discussing building strong communities, overcoming setbacks and transitioning our community from traditional manufacturing to digital connection.The publication will be read in airports and airlines across South East Asia and Australia.The Playford Fringe continues to gain publicity, with

The Bunyip reporting on the artwork recently completed by artist Mimby Jones Robinson. For more information about Playford Palace, visit here.

Plans are afoot for a farewell to Holden when the plant closes down later this year, The Northern Messenger reports.The Northern Messenger also reported on the opening of a new service provider moving to the north in preparation for the NDIS. For more information about how you can access the NDIS, click here.

Virginia continues to prepare for the arrival of the NBN, according to The Northern Messenger.