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Sports precinct on new ground

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Hayfield Park offers new open space
THE official opening of Hayfield Park on Sunday signalled the unveiling of the first stage of Blakes Crossing's $10 million parks and open space program.

Housing estate for Hillbank
ANOTHER housing estate is set to hit Adelaide's northern suburbs, with plans recently unveiled for 'Niche at Hillbank’.

Intersection upgrade
UPGRADING the intersection of Curtis and Heaslip roads at Angle Vale has resulted in a temporary road closure that will continue until Tuesday.

Capturing Playford's stormwater1
PLAYFORD Council has been granted $9.6 million from the federal government towards an innovative stormwater capture project.

Reducing the impact of feral olive trees
WITH the help of local authorities, Gould Creek landowners Frederick and Annika Stokes-Thompson are winning the fight against feral olive trees that had invaded 40 per cent of their four hectare property.

PLANS for the development of the Elizabeth Regional Sports Precinct are moving along after Playford Council purchased land for the project.

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