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NEWBOLD Temporary Fencing has
been operating from Kadina since
Owner/operator Scott Newbold
identified a need for building sites
to be secured and saw an
opportunity to develop a
Since its inception almost eight
years ago, NTF has grown to be
one of the largest suppliers of
temporary fencing outside the
Adelaide metropolitan area.
With thousands of metres of
temporary building site fencing,
temporary pool fencing and
crowd control barriers, there is
not a temporary fencing problem
which cannot be solved by the
NTF covers a vast area of the
state and has supplied fencing as
far away as Broken Hill in the
north, to Warooka in the south
and Port Lincoln in the west, as
well as most places in between.
To celebrate the 50,000th
metre of fencing to be hired, NTF
is offering a 20 per cent discount
on all fence hire until the end of
NTF has also added a new
element to the business by
purchasing a high-pressure water
blaster capable of producing
pressure up to 5000psi.
The unit is fully mobile,
mounted on its own trailer with a
water supply tank fitted.
Whether you have a blocked
stormwater drain, need a boat
hull cleaned or graffiti removed,
this machine will do the job.
By attaching various nozzles to
the drain-cleaning hose, dirt,
sludge and even small roots can
be cleared in a matter of minutes
No more shoving a hose or wire
down a blocked drain in an
attempt to clear it.
Scott said the machine can
even clean those pavers which
seem to have lost their colour.
A specially-designed pavement
cleaner part applies high pressure
water without using chemicals to
blast away dirt, grime and moss
from hard surfaces.
Give Scott a call on 0409 248
242 for a no obligation quote
before summer and the
entertainment season is here.
Temporary fences and high
pressure water blaster
FENCING MAN... Scott Newbold has added a high-pressure water blaster to his temporary
fencing business. The machine can be used to unblock stormwater drains, clean boat hulls,
give life back to pavers or remove graffiti.
Superheroes of fitness
THE Fitness Avengers
team joining the Upper
Yorke Peninsula Relay for
Life is made up of staff,
family and gym members
from the Copper Coast
Sport and Leisure Centre,
"Our theme is super-
heroes of fitness to give us
a better chance and
brighter attitude to life,"
team captain Linda
and keeping up physical
strength can help people
cope with the physical and
mental challenges they
may face in life."
Linda said she has
always been a member of
someone else's team in the
past and was keen to form
her own team this year.
"I have lost a brother to
cancer and have had two
sisters endure the therapy
to overcome breast can-
cer," she said.
"All of our team mem-
bers have been touched by
someone with cancer and
by participating in
fundraising programs like
the Relay for Life we are
able to contribute some
funds towards finding
Each member has held
small individual fundrais-
ing events and as a team
they are running a raffle
with first prize a three-
month gym membership.
Tickets are available from
Copper Coast Fitness or
any of the team members.
The Fitness Avengers
also have a cookie drive on
the go, with 250-gram
packs of chocolate chip
cookies or melting
moments available for
only $3.50 each.
To place your order,
email details to Linda on
Bev Prestwich is putting
together a visual/photo-
graphic tribute to be dis-
played throughout the
Relay for Life weekend.
If you have photos of
loved ones who have been
lost to cancer, or would
like to share any special
photos to celebrate your
courage and triumph as a
survivor or carer, forward
them to Bev as soon as
Images can be emailed
@gmail.com or contact
Bev on 0429 992 736 to
arrange delivery of hard
"The relay is a wonder-
ful opportunity to unite in
the fight against cancer as
well as remember and
honour those we have lost,
we need your help to make
it a special event for
the whole community,"
The Fruitloops Survivors Sparkle
Rock 'n' Roll Club
Be Heroes I
Be Heroes II
of the Village
STILL TIME... There is still time for you to get a team together
and join the Upper Yorke Peninsula Relay for Life, October 27-28.
These are just some of the teams which will be participating.
World PRCC Invincibles
NEWBOLD TEMPORARY FENCING
Call Scott Today!
0409 248 242
• Pressure up to
• Fully mobile with
NOW FOR HIRE
FIT... The Fitness Avengers, back: Linda Burnell,
Kerry Choules, Kayla Brodie, Darren Cox, Rebecca
Seal, Dean Angus, Donna Angus; front: Brooke
Dayman, Lisa Seal, Hanah Seal. (Absent: Catrin
Evison, Tanya Cook, Tracey Dayman.)
MOST people are aware smoking
increases the risk of cancer, but did
you know drinking alcohol also
increases the risk of some cancers?
Such cancers include those of the
mouth, pharynx, larynx and
oesophagus, plus liver and breast
Even small amounts of alcohol
increase your cancer risk, with the
risk increasing the more you drink.
All alcoholic drinks increase the
risk of cancer, including beer, wine
and spirits. Combining alcohol with
smoking significantly increases the
risk of developing cancer, more so
than these two factors alone.
Cancer Council recommends
people limit or avoid alcohol intake.
For those who drink alcohol, rec-
ommendations are to consume no
more than two standard drinks a
day and to avoid binge drinking
(more than four standard drinks in
one session) entirely.
Tips for drinking less:
• Choose low-alcohol drinks-- not
only do they contain less alcohol,
they have fewer kilojoules and
therefore help prevent weight gain.
• Alternate alcoholic drinks with
water or soft drinks.
• Order half nips of spirits.
• Use water to quench your thirst
and sip alcoholic drinks slowly.
• Try a wine spritzer --- wine and
soda or sparkling mineral water.
• Eat while drinking to slow your
drinking and fill you up.
• Avoid salty snacks that make you
• Make your own non-alcoholic
drinks such as frozen raspberries
blended with soda water and ice or
a fruit punch.
This is the fourth in a series of arti-
cles by Georgina Weissmann, Upper
YP Relay for Life mission delivery
coordinator with information adapt-
ed from www.cancersa.org.au and
Cut your cancer risk: Limit alcohol intake
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