Kapunda research facility proposal being assessed


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Ellouise Crawford


Ellouise Crawford joined The Bunyip in April, 2010, while completing a Bachelor of Journalism at the University of South Australia. Ellouise wrote The Bunyip’s Playford Times before joining the editorial team full-time in late-2011. She now covers the Light Regional Council region and enjoys writing about Gawler’s strong heritage, as well as its many passionate and inspirational residents. Ellouise grew up in Gawler and now lives in Wasleys with her family.

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One Comment;

  1. Chris said:

    This end of Kapunda already puts up with terrible levels of noise, light and air pollution from Johnson’s this can only add to that.
    Noisy cows and their smells can only lead to noisier dogs in the area.
    Dealing with the effluent from a development like this should involve interception drains and underground tanks for containment if it were allowed to proceed. Hopefully not.
    It would be another example of the erosion of quality of life that this end of town continually suffers at the hands our local planners and stakeholders (steak holders…)
    Maybe I should join PETA….

    Chris Blaikie