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Playford In The News - January 20

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Playford In The News - January 20
Published 20 January 2017
More publicity for Playford's newest development, a boxer profiled for a big fight and the announcement of South Australia's biggest undercover lawn bowls arena headline this edition of Playford In The News.

More publicity for Playford's newest development, a boxer profiled for a big fight and the announcement of South Australia's biggest undercover lawn bowls arena headline this edition of Playford In The News.

The development of a massive undercover lawn bowls arena at Elizabeth was announced this week, with the story covered by The Northern Messenger and The Bunyip.

The Messenger also reported on another development in Playford, a proposed medical facility. The City of Playford's Mayor Glenn Docherty talked up the region's positive future in The Bunyip in light of the announcement about a closing date for Holden.Meanwhile, Sarah Rohweder reported on the use of bird scarers by primary producers and the need for primary producers to obey By-laws in relation to the equipment.

There was also coverage of upcoming movie nights being hosted at Playford Alive Town Park.

The Bunyip reported on public consultation is taking place in regards to new playground developments in Elizabeth East.

This week saw Argana Park host the national speed skating championships, with The Bunyip's Laura Collins focusing on a local competitor in her story.

Playford News also reported on the event.

Finally, also in sport, The Sunday Mail spoke to local boxing champ Anthony Caruso, who has booked a fight on the under card of the massive Anthony Mundine versus Danny Green grudge match.