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EMPLOYEE... Employee of the Year winner Jill
Novy with colleagues from Barunga Village, Port
Broughton, Chris Kaminski, Maureen Coffey,
Merrilyn Hewett and Carol Elliott.
SCHOOL-BASED APPRENTICE... Hannah
Nixon, from Ocean Star Hair and Beauty,
Ardrossan, winner of the School-Based Appren-
tice of the Year award with supporters Vickie
and Len Easther.
SMALL BUSINESS... Short Cutz by Janine, Kad-
ina, was joint winner of the Small Business
Employer of the Year award. Celebrating with
owners Janine and Scott Mercer are staff mem-
bers Bronwyn Hosking, Holly Martin, Caitlyn
McKay, Sue Measday and Sari Price.
EMPLOYEE RUNNER-UP... Runner-up in the
Employee of the Year category Louise Crowell,
from LJ Hooker, Ardrossan, with employers
Vickie and Len Easther.
BARUNGAVILLAGE.COM.AU 08 8635 0500
Barunga Village Inc congratulates its
Manager of Hotel Services, Jill Novy,
and all other winners and nominees of
the Regional Development Australia
Yorke and Mid North Employment awards.
On behalf of the
good team at LJ
and Port Vincent,
to Louise on your
award and your
staff and, above
all, our clients and customers.
• Louise Crowell
Brent and Audra Hines
4 Digby Street, Kadina
Phone/Fax: 8821 1498
Congratulations to all the
winners from the 2012
Thanks to everyone who
supports local business.
Without you we don't have a
business to be nominated.
Krazy Karaoke Night
Melbourne Cup Luncheon
ALMOST 200 employers,
employees, family and friends
walked the red carpet for the
annual Yorke Peninsula Cele-
bration of Employment Awards
dinner held in the Ardrossan
Town Hall on Saturday.
The event is organised by
Regional Development Aus-
tralia Yorke and Mid North and
was emceed by journalist and
ABC news presenter Jessica
Award nominees came from
all four local council regions ---
District Council of the Copper
Coast, District Council of Yorke
Peninsula, District Council of
Barunga West and Wakefield
A new category was intro-
duced to recognise rural and
It has been inspired by the
tireless efforts and achieve-
ments in regional development
made by former RDA econom-
ic development officer Peter
The inaugural winner of the
Peter Stockings Perpetual
Regional Service Award was the
man himself, Peter "Soxie"
AUSTRALIAN School-Based Apprentice
of the Year: winner Hannah Nixon
(Ocean Star Hair and Beauty,
Ardrossan); runners-up Jett Anderson
(Minlaton Auto Centre) and Brodie
Paige (H. K. and J. M. Martin General
Trainee of the Year: joint winners
Rhianna Mallon (ANZ Bank, Balaklava)
and Paul van Heusden (Big Byte IT
Solutions, Maitland); runners-up Kelly
Liston (Wahlstedt Quality Homes,
Moonta) and Isabelle Woodforde
(Coopers Alehouse, Wallaroo).
Apprentice of the Year: winner
Arnold Du Toit (Peninsula Plumbing,
Moonta); runners-up Samuel Graham
(District Council of Yorke Peninsula,
Maitland) and Jake Andrews (Peninsu-
la Plumbing, Moonta).
Employee of the Year: winner Jill
Novy (Barunga Village, Port
Broughton); runner-up Louise Crowell
(L.J. Hooker, Ardrossan).
Small Employer of the Year: joint
winners, Copper Coast Auto Electrical,
Kadina, and Short Cutz by Janine, Kad-
ina.Medium Employer of the Year: joint
winners, Peninsula Plumbing, Moonta,
and Rex Minerals Ltd, Ardrossan.
Joint winner of the
Best Small Employer Award
Dedicated staff is what makes a good business.
Employed with us we have fantastic, skilled and
caring staff and this award is recognition of them.
We also would like to thank our very loyal customers
for their continued support and congratulate our
joint winners Paul and Josie Metcalf who are also
deserving if this fantastic award.
Our last thank you goes to our families we greatly
appreciate their help towards our business.
Jackie Fairlie, thank you for honouring us by
nominating our hair salon for Small Employer of the
Year for the Yorke and Mid North areas.
Scott and Janine Mercer
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