And the Winner is ... Port Pirie Regional Council!
On Thursday 11 October at the Renmark Hotel five rural teams competed in this year’s Rural Management Challenge. What a day! Teams demonstrated exceptional team work, tackling tasks as they came with energy and humour. Many stepped well out of their comfort zones and excelled- well done to all!
Congratulations to Port Pirie Regional Council who came out on top, followed by Mid Murray Council. A big thank you to all teams and supporters for a fantastic day.
We would like to thank our wonderful volunteers, corporate partners and sponsors - without them the day wouldn’t have been possible!
2017 Mount Gambier
And the Winner is ... Wattle Range Council!
On Thursday 12 October at the Commodore on the Park in Mount Gambier ten rural teams competed in this year’s Rural Management Challenge. What a day!
It was a tough race, but Wattle Range Council came out on top, followed by District Council of Loxton Waikerie and City of Mount Gambier (Team 1). A big thank you to all teams for a fantastic day.
We would like to thank all of the wonderful volunteers - without them the day wouldn’t have been possible!
And the Winner is ... Rural City of Murray Bridge!
On Thursday 13 October a record number of 10 rural teams gathered at the Clare Country Club to compete in this year’s Rural Management Challenge. There was a buzz in the air as teams displayed a great level of energy, humour and team work, eager to take out the title of 2016 Rural Management Challenge Winner. It was a tough race, but Rural City of Murray Bridge came out on top, followed by Coorong District Council, City of Victor Harbor and Northern Areas Council.
And the Winner is ... Mid Murray Council!
Thursday 15 October saw 7 rural teams gather at the Chifley on South Terrace to compete in this year’s Rural Management Challenge. It was a tough race, but Mid Murray Council came out on top, followed by Wattle Range Council and Rural City of Murray Bridge.
A big thank you to all teams, our wonderful facilitator and volunteers for a fantastic day. Thank you also to our corporate partners LGFA, LGRS, McArthur, Statewide, Norman Waterhouse Lawyers and Telstra and to our Event Partners, UHY Haines Norton, Tonkin Consulting, Maloney Field Services and Civica for your valued support.
2014 Mount Gambier
And the Winner is ... Yorke Peninsula Council!
A record number of eight rural council teams came together in Mount Gambier on Thursday 16 October to compete in the annual Rural Management Challenge – a day of teamwork, tight deadlines and plenty of creative thinking! The winning team on the day was Yorke Peninsula Council (aka the Peninsula Powerhouse! - the winning team is pictured below) and all teams celebrated the day's successes at an Awards Dinner held that evening at The Barn Palais. Congratulations!
To catch a glimpse of all the action of the day, please check out this year’s video.
2013 Port Augusta
And the Winner is ... Yorke Peninsula Council!
What a day it was! 7 teams from Rural councils battled long and hard all day through various challenges and trials. Teams from Yorke Peninsula Council, Barossa Council, Port Augusta, Wakefield Regional, Whyalla, Renmark Paringa and Light Regional Council took part - and the overall standard of the teams was incredibly high. All teams are to be congratulated on their efforts. But in the end there could be only one winner—and the spoils went to Yorke Peninsula, (team pictured below) with Light Regional a close runner up.
And the Winner is ... District Council of Yorke Peninsula!
On 9 October, seven council teams came together in beautiful Renmark to compete in the second annual Rural Management Challenge. Each team played the role of the Management Team of the District Council of Galeforz and took on numerous tasks and surprises throughout the day using their enthusiasm, intellect and teamwork. The winning team was announced at a Celebratory Dinner that evening.
Congratulations to the District Council of Yorke Peninsula (pictured below) and also to the Runners Up, Mid Murray Council.
Thank you to our wonderful sponsors for making the event such as success!
2011 Mount Gambier
And the Winner is ... City of Mount Gambier!
October 13th 2011 LGMA (SA) held a pilot Rural Management Challenge down at the lovely South East Coast City of Mt Gambier. 5 excited teams from across the region participated in the challenge and attended a dinner that night to see who the winning team would be. Congratulations to the City of Mount Gambier on winning! A big thank you also goes to Terry Bruun, our Facilitator and to our volunteer observers: Heather Barclay, Vanessa Davidson, Victoria Minenko, Emma Morgan and Anna Pullen. Thank you too to our sponsors, LGFA, McArthur, Local Super, the ASU and Maloney’s Field Services and to the District Council of Grant for your local knowledge and assistance.