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image located by Valentin Poposki, 1 December 2010
The flag of the City of Salisbury, South Australia, can be seen on this web
Modified city logo on a white background.
Valentin Poposki, 1 December 2010
Salisbury is a local government area in the northern suburbs of Adelaide.
The photo of the flag accompanies a story of the signing of a sister city agreement with Mobara (Chiba, Japan) in May 2002, and would appear to be taken at a sister city event, possibly during the visit to Japan for the signing. The flag is hanging on a wall alongside the Mobara flag.
The white flag displays a yellow triangle with a semi-circle taken out of the base above a thick blue wavy line. Below this is the text "City /of/ Salisbury" in blue and then a straight yellow line. As Valentin says, this uses the elements of the city logo, however the current logo (PDF with construction sheet available here: http://cweb.salisbury.sa.gov.au/manifest/servlet/binaries?img=2605&stypen=html) has the triangular shape much larger, the blue wave a more streamlined shape rather than a simple curved line, and the text arranged differently. I would guess the the arrangement on the flag is a previous version of the logo.
Jonathan Dixon, 17 December 2010