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The Times' front page story: Liberal MP Michael Pengilly comfortably retained the seat of Finniss in the 2010 state election. Liberal MP Adrian Pederick for Hammond also won his seat easily with a swing of more than eight per cent.
National news: On March 25, 2010, the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced that the population of Australia now exceeds 22 million. On March 21, 2014, the population was projected to be 23,423,946.
Number one song in Australia: Train Hey Soul, Sister
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BIG BOOST FOR KIDS: Derek McIlroy, of McIlroy Auto Group, and Tony Bailey, of Sprint Auto Parts, donated a child booster seat for the Southern Fleurieu Cancer Support vehicle, driven by Geoff Hewitt.
GUN: Twelve-year-old Corey Capaldo with the trophies he won at the state under 18 Kite Surfing Titles.
HAVING THEIR SAY: Trevor and Lis Jackson from Victor
Harbor posting their votes at the Victor Harbor Town Hall on
Saturday, March 20.
NEW CLUBS: Steve Croft got lucky at the Junkathon on Saturday, buying three sets of golf clubs for $1.
FAMILY FUN: Penelope and Jolie from Port Elliot at the Junkathon Auction at the Victor Harbor Uniting Church on Saturday.
RUBBER DUCKY: Mark Skanes, Todd Richardson, Mark Finlay and Wayne Good from the Port Elliot Surf Life Saving club with the club's new rubber ducky.
LIFESAVERS: New lifesavers at the Port Elliot Surf Lifesaving Club include Pheobe Haywood, John Smallacombe, Nakita Dorward, Cathy Venning, Robin McKinnon, Patrick Acton, Will Joseph, Steve Tummel, Kerrie Bartley and Vicki Francis.
FUN: Chris Sims checks out the Honda CT 110 Postie Bike at
the Fleurieu Motorbike Fest.
LEADERSHIP: Craig Littlely was coming to the twilight of his great career, but cleared the ball out of defence in the trial game against Unley Jets.
FOOTY: Tom Simmons during Victor’s trial match against Reynella, where the Roos were winners by a few goals.
FOOTBALL IS BACK: Victor Harbor's Sam Basham game against Reynella.
Back: Scott Carroll, Sam Caroll, Mary-Lou Corcoran, Molly Travers and front, Cooper Cox, Ava Cox and Austin East on election day, Saturday, March 20.
SETTING THE PACE: Kody Powell and Karlee Schwob run their hearts out in the 200 metres at Little Athletics at the weekend.
BIG JUMP: Sophie Pennifold competes in the High Jump at Little Athletics at Mount Compass on Sunday
CHEESE AND MUSIC: Enjoying themselves at Alexandrina Cheese Company on Sunday were Terry Silcox, Brian Clancy, Pam Silcox and Josie Clancy from Goolwa.
BEST INDIVIDUAL: Winner of the 2010 SABA Customer Service Awards for Best Individual Emma Kuhn at her Urbane Instinct salon in Goolwa.
PLAYTIME: Tom, Playtime Teacher Celeste Torok and Kimberley have fun
in the new Early Learning Facility at Encounter Lutheran.
FAIR TRADE CRUSADER: Reverend Simon Clemow was aiming for a Fair Trade Goolwa community.
OFF TO NATIONALS: Luke Wyten from Hindmarsh Island preparing to represent the state.
TOP COMPETITORS: Matthew Kuss, Ambrose Willoughby, Marcus Lippett, Jessica Kuss and Ellie Huwart competed at Santos Stadium on the weekend.
BEST BUSINESS: Winner of the 2010 SABA Customer Service Awards for Best
Business Goolwa's Priceline Pharmacy team: (Front row from left) Chris, Becky, Kiera, Dimity and Vinia. (Back row from left) Alex, Robyn, Sharon, Sarah, Amelia, Julie, Sabine.
NEW SPONSOR: APIA's Bridget Fox and the Deputy Mayor of Victor Harbor Pat
Chigwidden are waiting in anticipation for the Fleurieu Railfest to be held in May.
GREEN: Angela Harpas and Kellie Hunter of Victor Harbor were in the St Patrick's Day spirit on March 17 standing out in the crowd wearing green.
HAVING A CUPPA: Steady Footsteps participants at front Margaret Brown, Betty Michelmore, Marion Newell and David Noon, with volunteer bus driver Robbie Seccafien, Occupational Therapist Erin Croft and Therpay Aid Lorrain Couzner, enjoyed an outing in the sunshine.