Bacteria infection found in local hydrotherapy facility NO POOL PARTY

The Aquaflow Riverland hydrotherapy pool has again been closed to the public following the detection of an atypical mycobacterium in the water. PHOTO: Stephanie Thompson

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Sara Gilligan

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Sara Gilligan completed a Bachelor of Journalism and a Bachelor of Writing and Creative Communication at the University of South Australia in 2014. Sara grew up in the Adelaide Hills before moving to the Riverland to pursue her career. She has spent the past four years working as a journalist for the Taylor Group – transferring from The River News in Waikerie to the Murray Pioneer in 2016. Her column Sara Says features weekly on page 2 of Tuesday’s Pioneer. Her hobbies include photography, reading, wine tasting, fishing and exploring the Riverland landscape.

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