After 31 years and a few attempts at retirement, the owners of the DayDream Motel, Alan and Jessie Roberts, have finally sold up and are moving on to the next chapter in their lives.
The motel was recently sold to a man who has motels in Clare and the Northern Territory, and who will lease it out. In the meantime the new owner’s son will take over tomorrow and Alan and Jessie will stay with him for a one-week transition period.
Alan, 83, and Jessie, 86, have got a lot of living to do and next week will move to the house they built in Victor Harbour, where they will celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary next year.
A local child care service concerned about a busy street with reckless drivers has requested a school zone for the safety of the kids.
Liz McRae has decided it was time to put her feet up after 34 years of working at Australian Unity.
Darling River representatives have received a reply from the NSW Water Minister, two and a half months after they wrote to her, and it was not worth the wait, they said.
A selection of Barrier Truth staff have created a new in-house venture which is being called “Barrier Truth Design”.