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Beyond breast cancer

Health psychologist Jane Fletcher will join former Olympian Raelene Boyle this month in a bid to rally Border women who have suffered breast cancer for the Breast Cancer Network Australia’s free information forum - Living Well Beyond Breast Cancer. FOR DETAILS TURN TO PAGE 6

Into the Lymelight By KRYSTEN MANUEL TO SAY Wodonga woman Korinne McNeill ‘struggled’ with Lyme disease is like calling an ultramarathon a Sunday stroll. After a seemingly harmless tick bite near Torquay, Victoria, the world of the 21-year-old, successful, superhealthy business woman changed forever, leaving her with symptoms that made simple tasks like getting up in the morning feel like an Olympic effort. For years, many people around her would impatiently say ‘it’s all in your head,’ and as such, this is the first time Ms McNeill has told her story. In other parts of the world, tickcarried Lyme disease is at epidemic proportions, affecting millions of people. In Australia though, the government and medical system fail to acknowledge the existence of Lyme disease locally. As a result, Ms McNeill went undiagnosed for over eight years, allowing the disease to deeply take root. Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that affects its victims on all levels from their organs, tissues, and cellular function, to energy, emotions, hormones, fertility and capacity for life. The toxicity, inflammation, depletion and damage that results from this infection causes both chronic degenerative symptoms, overlaid with cyclic acute flare-ups. Each day brings something different. Lyme disease is cyclic, with ebbs and flares as the life-cycles of the lyme bacteria phase through, and different organs battle through the effects. There are staple symptoms - pain, lethargy, scary heart pain and beat fluctuations, tremors, cold sweats, memory loss, hormone imbalances, numbness, and foggy brain.

“I had to adapt my life to the limitations this disease puts on me, but I refuse to let it bring me down,� Ms McNeill said. “I consciously choose to push through, to force my body by pure will most days, so that I may live my life. “I built a career around yoga for this reason; it is one of the few things that help me function and feel a little more ‘normal’. It helps keep me sane while avoiding the inflammatory seize-up effects in my body. It supports me mentally, emotionally and physically, keeping my body strong while stimulating my immune system to help fight this war. I’d be lost without it.� Many people haven’t heard of Lyme disease, let alone understand how debilitating it is. Lyme disease is considered non-existent in Australia, and is often being defined instead by the symptoms and pathologies it causes - fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, motor neurone disease, guillain-barre syndrome, lupus, Alzeimer’s, juvenile reumatoid arthritis, MS, Parkinson’s, etcetera. The irony is that it is preventable if it is treated early. With a preventive course of antibiotics and an antifungal straight away for six to eight weeks after a tick bite or possible infective exposure, this disease can be entirely diverted. If, that is, the medical system doesn’t let you down by misdiagnosing and delaying treatment. “For me, eight years undiagnosed after a tick bite, means I have extensive and permanent damage to most systems of my body, and I will be dealing with this for the rest of my life.� October has been declared a month for building Lyme disease awareness, and as such Korinne McNeill is finally bringing her experience out of the closet and into the limelight.

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Recognising Lyme disease

MANY diseases and cancers have a day, month or week dedicated to spreading awareness as a method of prevention. This particular month is dedicated to spreading the awareness of Lyme disease in Australia - a disease which has not been recognised by Australian health authorities but has sufferers and their GPs desperately seeking recognition. Some 15,000 people in Australia have been diagnosed with Lyme disease, with an estimated 200,000 undiagnosed. The issue is so contentious that many GPs have openly admitted to being ostracised in the medical world for diagnosing patients with lyme diesease. The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners won’t recognise it, nor will the Australian Medical Association. But why? The idea that Lyme disease carrying ticks or, ‘nature’s dirty needles’ are not present in Australia came from a study back in 1994 that has since been found to be flawed in its methodology, but even if it wasn’t - it was nearly 20 years ago! The Australian Government chief medical officer professor Chris Baggoley has established a clinical advisory committee on Lyme disease to provide him with advice on the evidence for Lyme disease in Australia, diagnostic testing, treatment and research requirements. Do your part - learn about the disease and spread the word.

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MOST of us will never know just how fortunate we are to live in ’the lucky country’, but the Bhutanese refugees of the Border do - and they’re celebrating. Five years ago, almost to the day, the first of the Bhutanese refugees came to settle on the Border, and Teju Chouhan was one of them. “I was among what you might call the first fleet of 22 Bhutanese on October 8, 2008,� Mr Chouhan said. “Since then the community has grown to about 600 across Albury Wodonga.� Like many of the Bhutanese refugees, Mr Chouhan fled a dangerous and fearful existence, only to be refused entry to India and sent to a refugee camp on the border of India and Nepal. Mr Chouhan was only 10 years old when he left Bhutan. He spent 19 years in a notoriously unstable, unhealthy refugee camp, but has now been living in Australia for five years. Given the Bhutanese refugee’s history, it’s no surprise they are celebrating the date. Mr Chouhan said it was not just a celebration of the anniversary, but a chance to say thankyou to those who had made the transition easier, as well as a welcome gesture to other cultures. “We have had annual celebrations to mark the anniversaries but we want to make this a special event because it’s the fifth anniversary,� Mr Chouhan said “This time we’ve added a new dimension to

Dhikchaya Bhandari, Amisha Chhetri, Diosa Hall, Alyssa Gehrig, Arun Pouodel, Bina Bhandari and Rita Ghimire are looking forward to the upcoming anniversary celebrations. the program, so it’s gone from cultural to multicultural. We’ll be having cultural dances, singing and feasting - I think we’ll have over 400 people. “We have been working closely with different cultural communities, like African, Indian, Nepalese and Filipino.� The Bhutanese community is very excited to be inviting other cultures to their event, seeing it as a chance to increase the strength of multiculturalism as well as a chance to help transitions as much as possible. “We want to work in partnership with other communities,� Mr Chouhan said. “We have been here five years and we’re more settled than some. We have been working with

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spent with Lyme disease seeing GPs, physicists , endocrinologists, hematologists, neurologists, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and more. Eight years of CAT scans, ultrasounds, MRIs, countless blood tests all confirming that things were not right, yet not providing enough evidence to put a name it. The western medicine system bounced me from specialist to specialist to no avail. ‘You have chronic fatigue syndrome.’ I refused to believe it. A syndrome is a symptom, not a cause. Other practitioners declined to treat me because they didn’t understand it, and were perplexed by the way my body behaved. That is one of the biggest challenges for those with lyme disease - they don’t always look sick,

This was the most emotional day of my life. I ended up curled in a ball, crying my eyes out for hours. Not because I had Lyme disease, but because of the relief, I finally had an answer, I was not crazy.… Korinne McNeill

so people think they’re faking, or seeking attention. I am an absurdly healthy person and when you sit in front of a GP with a list of over 30 big complaints like heart pain, difficulty breathing and hormonal problems they look at you like ‘there’s something wrong with you all right - here’s a

script for some anti-depressants,’ as they give you that ‘you’re a hypochondriac’ look. To make matters worse I had friends telling me the same thing. ‘Maybe you need to talk to someone.’ For me this was the worst and most challenging part of the disease. The physical elements I could deal with but the mental and emotional effect of constantly being told it’s in your head, even when you have tests showing that you are unwell and your body is not functioning properly, was the most defeating part. As a result, I shut down. I stopped talking. I never spoke about how sick I was with anyone. This was the loneliest time of my life. My naturopath, Monica Williams, my guardian angel, was the only person who knew the extent of how sick I was, the only person who believed me, and who I truly confided in. In fact it was she who suspected the Lyme disease, and suggested I see a GP in Melbourne who specialised in it. On 16 March 2012 I received a phone call that changed everything. My GP called to tell me that my tests for Lyme disease had come back positive. This was the most emotional day of my life. I ended up curled in a ball, crying my eyes out for hours. Not because I had Lyme disease, but because of the relief, I finally had an answer, I was not crazy. I also knew that now I could identify the battle I was fighting, I could use more appropriate weapons. And finally I didn’t have to expend so much energy pretending I was okay. The treatment began and helped me feel much better, but it continues - an ongoing combination of alternative therapies and Western drugs. I can be almost normal on some days, but totally debilitated on others. My digestive system is weak, I live on a gluten-free, lactose-free, soyfree, low fructose and vegetarian diet - and even then I still have strong reactions to many things I eat. I have a low functioning pituitary gland, adrenal glands, and thyroid, and at this stage it is

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Beyond breast cancer By KRYSTEN MANUEL WOMEN from across the Border are invited to attend Breast Cancer Network Australia’s (BCNA) free information forum Living Well Beyond Breast Cancer. Designed especially for women, men and families affected by breast cancer from rural and regional areas, the forum highlights the medical, physical and emotional aspects of living well after a breast cancer diagnosis. The program will feature the latest information and advice from breast cancer and health experts, inspiration from Olympian and breast cancer survivor Raelene Boyle and opportunities to meet others going through a similar experience. “One of the most powerful things about these types of forums is you have the ability for women to talk about their experience with other people who get it,� health psycologist Jane Fletcher said. “The uniqueness of the cancer experience makes it very isolating, particularly to family and friends who haven’t had that experience. So an event like this gives people the opportunity to talk about their ex-

perience with people who they don’t need to explain things to - they’re women who understand. “It’s also an opportunity for women to bring their partners along so that they can get an insight into what the lived experience of breast cancer is actually like.� Dr Fletcher will be talking about some of the typical emotional and mental difficulties of cancer, as well as some strategies to deal with them. “One of the big things I talk about is how you manage fear of recurrence,� she said. “We estimate that about a third of women will have met the criteria for anxiety and probably around a quarter will meet a criteria for significant disorders such as depression. They’re probably the most common psychological issues and then we have issues of grief and loss that people go through - especially changed body image. “It’s also important to remember the psycho-sexual issues, especially of women who are in menopause and we’re chemically inducing menopause in them. “We can’t take the experience away, but what we can do with these

sorts of forums is give people the opportunity, in a safe place, to talk about their experience and we can provide them with good quality information. “Those who have had or have cancer compare themselves to other people and see someone to look up to and normalise their experience and know they’re not alone.� The BCNA Living Well Beyond Breast Cancer Forum series has been made possible through the Australian Government’s Supporting Women in Rural Areas Diagnosed with Breast Cancer funding. Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) is the peak national organisation for Australians personally affected by breast cancer, and consists of a network of more than 85,000 individual members and over 310 member groups. BCNA informs, empowers, represents and links together women and families affected by breast cancer. BCNA works to ensure that women diagnosed with breast cancer, and their families, receive the very best information, treatment, care and support possible. Living Well Beyond Breast Cancer is a free forum held at The Cube,

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Health psychologist Jane Fletcher will be speaking at The Cube later this month at Living Well Beyond Breast Cancer. Wodonga from 10am-3pm Thursday 24 October. Registrations open from 9.30am. Refreshments and light lunch will be provided. Places are limited so register early to avoid disappointment. Friends and family are welcome. Register online now at www.bcna.org.au or call 1800 500 258. For more information, visit www. bcna.org.au to find out more about our programs and services, including the free My Journey kit for women newly diagnosed with breast cancer.

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THIS October long weekend, discover why the Canberra region is internationally acclaimed for their cool climate wines as Murrumbateman’s wineries match their best drops to delicious tasting plates at the Murrumbateman Moving Feast. A firm fixture on the calendar of wine and food enthusiasts, the Moving Feast is essentially a ‘roving degustation’ - with each participating winery serving up their signature dish, including a dessert option together with a glass of hand-picked wine. “The Moving Feast has really proved to be a unique way to get out and explore the region, with wineries dotted all around this very picturesque part of the world,� festival organiser, Greg Gallagher of Gallagher Wines said. “And this year, visitors are in for a treat with many wineries serving up their 2013 vintage - which was marked by ideal ripening conditions and has really extenuated the flavour of the grapes.� This year, the festivities will kick-off the weekend prior to the Moving Feast with the presentation of the Australian Cool Climate Wine Show trophy on Friday 27 September and the Wine Show at the Murrumbateman Recreation Hall on the Saturday. Then over 5 and 6 October, 14 of the region’s wineries will open their cellar doors to showcase their finest drops matched to tasting plates featuring local produce. Located on the Barton Highway between Canberra and Yass, Murrumbateman is well worth a day trip for this fantastic festival. The Murrumbateman Moving Feast includes 14 Wineries in the Murrumbateman Region and runs from Saturday 5 to Monday 7 October. Cost: $20 for main fare and $15 for desserts. For a program of events and venue information visit www.makersofmurrumbateman.org.au or call 02 6226 2557.

NEW Nominate your street for a free barbecue. Barbecues are held on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings during daylight savings months between 6pm and 8pm. Wodonga Council are looking for neighbourhoods to host a free barbecue this summer. Come along, meet your neighbours and have some fun. To nominate your street or for more information, please visit wodonga.vic.gov.au/neighbourhood-bbq or phone events co-ordinator Kellie Miller on (02) 6022 9300.

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Long road of hard work By KRYSTEN MANUEL IT’S RARE these days to meet an artist who spends up to seven years on one painting, but it works for Robin Cerini. Cerini’s exhibition The Long Road is currently being exhibited in a rush of bold colours and shapes - a trademark of her works - at Arts Space Wodonga. “I’ve always exhibited but never a solo, and I thought ‘okay, this is it, this is my swan song,’� Cerini said. From an early age, the challenge for Cerini was to combine naturalistic atmospheres with semi-abstract compositions to give a layered impression of the intended subject. Many times the painting, not the artist has taken over. Cerini describes her work as abstract expressionism through her use of design, colour, light and shadow. Her works generally favour symbolism and geometric constructions - the changing effects of light and shadow show the influence of her surroundings combined with an imaginative interpretation of the same surroundings. Themes over the years have generally been based on the observance of the effects of the moonlight and sunlight, the colours and textures of the changing seasons and reflections and refractions of water. “My husband and I kept looking at my work and said we couldn’t really tabulate it because I don’t do the same

style all the time or the same subject matter, but I do suns and moons,� she said. “So we thought the easiest way is to say it’s abstract expressionism, some of them would be impressionistic. “I haven’t done a pure abstract as such. I’m able to do it, but there’s nothing in it for me. I can enjoy looking at someone else’s totally abstract work and get something from it, but it’s not me. “So it’s basically oil painting and in line with the renaissance period where you built paintings up in layers, someone else did the work and you did the finishing touches, but I do it all.� Having said that, it’s no surprise it takes Cerini a lot of time and effort to produce one of her master pieces. “It takes a long time, ten years for the series of four,� she said. “One of the others was seven years. I have a number of paintings put out and I work on them as the mood takes me. With oils, it has to dry, I don’t speed it up, it’s just as it happens. And I make my own varnish - it’s hard work.� Cerini’s love of painting started in primary school and followed her passion through to university at Swinburne, eventually emerging as a teacher. The Long Road refers to the story of her life, beginning in the bush, gaining professional experience in Melbourne, living in Wodonga for 30 years, then

Don’t miss Robin Cerini’s stunning works of abstract expressionism - The Long Road. back into the bush, all the while feeding her creative abilities and creating intricate, mesmerising works. “It’s a release - my word, you can leave children and housework and everything else, switch off and not feel guilty. I go down and put my music

on and away I go!� She said. Music, mostly classical, jazz and poetry have also had profound influence on Cerini’s use of colour and tonal value in her abstract compositions. Cerini has ran two classes at Arts Space for children throughout her ex-

hibition - which is on until 12 October - a final class will be held on 12 October. Find Arts Space at 160 Lawrence St Wodonga. To book classes, call (02) 6022 9600.

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TODAY � Albury Toy Library open 4-5pm. Inquiries, email alburytoys@gmail.com. � Wodonga Family History Society. Meets at Wodonga Library, research hours are 10.30am - 3.30pm Tuesday. Meeting this Thursday 7.30pm, Felltimber Community Centre crn Felltimber Creek Rd and Melrose Drive. � Open Age Learning, 432 Townsend St. Term 4 from 7 October - 8 November. Choose from scrapbooking, card making, digital cameras, handcrafts, painting/ drawing (water, oil, acrylic), learn to read piano music, strength and flexibility exercise, computers for beginners and advanced, creative writing, countries and cultures and Tai Chi. Inquiries: (02) 60215122. � Hot House Theatre - Myths, Fables and Legends (seven to 12yrs). Three days of imaginative story building with costumes, props and performance on stage. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 9am - 3pm. Cost: $110. Inquiries: Lincoln Causeway Gateway Island, (02) 6021 7433. THURSDAY � Wodonga Scrabble Club meeting. The Salvos Cafe, Wodonga (enter via Railway Street), 6pm- 9pm. Gold coin donation. Inquiries: Natalya 0435 916 082. � The Long Road Exhibition (until 12 October). The Long Road is an exhibition of works by local painter Robin Cerini. The works in this exhibition show Cerini’s experience working within abstract expressionism, through her use of design and colour and light and shadow, presented on canvases and board surfaces. Arts Space Wodonga Cnr lawrence and Hovell Streets Wodonga. 10am-4pm. Inquiries: (02) 6022 9600. � LibraryMuseum Film Nights - The Magic Pudding (PG). Enjoy films with a literary

theme on the first Thursday of each month at 6pm, starting with drinks and nibbles at 5.30pm. LibraryMuseum, Corner of Kiewa and Swift Streets, Albury. FRIDAY � Howlong Country Golf Club Member’s Draw. Raffles and $500 EFTPOS card give-away. Howlong Country Golf Club, Riverina Highway. Free all day. Inquiries: 02 6026 5321 or enquiries@ howlonggolf.com.au. � Petrucci-Ajaye Trio at JAZZ Basement. The trio consists of Peter Petrucci guitar, Eric Ajaye - double bass, and Mark Sutton - drums. Petrucci is renowned as one of Australia’s finest guitarists, unique with uncommon refinement and fluency in his playing. Eric C. Ajaye was born in Brooklyn New York and studied violin for nine years before switching to bass. JAZZ Basement bar is open from 7.30pm with dinner available beforehand at La Maison Cafe. JAZZ Basement, Gateway Village, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga. Doors open 6.00pm, $20 or $15 concession. Inquiries: 0438 623 462. � Jan Preston’s My Life As A Piano. Known as Australia’s Queen of the Boogie Piano, Jan Preston has a reputation as a magnetic live performer. Her renditions of original piano boogie compositions and tunes such as the ‘Black and White Rag’ and ‘Bumble Boogie’ are astonishing. Winner of four Best Female Blues and Blues Artist of the Year Awards, Jan plays festivals and concerts throughout Australia, NZ and Europe, tours her own shows and writes music for films. Her original piano composition was used as the theme to ABC’s Australian Story for six years. Wodonga Arts Space, Cnr Lawrence and Hovell St, Wodonga, 7.30pm. Bookings: www. thecubewodonga.com.au/tickets.

� Corowa Festival of Dance - Friday to Monday. This three-day multi-venue festival celebrates and showcases the spirit of music and dance. The festival consists of dance events focusing on varying dance styles such as new vogue, modern, old time and ballroom dancing. The weekend also provides the opportunity for dancers and dancing novices to develop their dancing skills at dance related workshops and events. Visitors are treated to an array of fabulous music and entertainers. Adult $8 to $25. (02) 6033 3221 or 1800 814 054. SATURDAY � Wodonga Toy Library Inc. Wodonga West Primary School (corner Lawrence and Murphy Streets) 9am - 12pm. New members welcome. Inquiries, 0404 936 208. � Albury Toy Library 10-11am. Inquiries, email alburytoys@gmail.com.*NSW Justice of the Peace volunteer available every Saturday. 11am - 12noon at the Albury LibraryMuseum. � Chiltern’s Star Theatre - A special night in Charlie’s ‘Stables’. Step back in time and discover what is housed in Charlie Summerfield’s fascinating museum. The Stables are full of all sorts of treasures of antique and quirky objects from the past. Let Charlie explain what they are with a night of fun and trivia. Do you know what they are? Enjoy a three-course meal with barbecue as well as tea/ coffee, scones with jam and cream for supper. Time: 7pm, cost: $25 Bookings required. Contact Lois Hotson (03) 57 261 358 or Kathy and Tony at Gillman Real Estate, Main Street, Rutherglen or Emma and Matt at Chiltern Post Office. You can also email: hotson@westnet. com.au

SUNDAY � The monthly Old Time Dance will be held at St James’ Anglican Church Hall, Urana Road Lavington from 7pm to 11 pm. Cost $5 and includes a homemade supper. Burgundy Blue Dance Band. All welcome. � Miniature Railway. The Railway is located at Ten Mile Creek Gardens. Second and fourth Sunday of the month, every Sunday on school holidays. Bookings can be made for special occasions, birthdays parties, school classes, tourist coaches or other groups. Open 10am to 4pm, $3 per ride. For bookings: (02) 6036 2253. MONDAY � Walbrundrie Agricultural Show. This popular agricultural show, held on the Labour Day holiday annually, is renowned for its quality horse events and playing host to the Southern Riverina Strong Wool Championships. The Show Girl Competition, Ute Competition and Dog Show are popular drawcards, ensuring there is something for everyone to enjoy. Walbundrie Showgrounds. Inquiries: (02) 6029 0130. TUESDAY � Free Movie Screenings - Great Expectations. Get swept away with this beautiful adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic novel. Young orphan Pip (Irvine), is given a chance to rise from his humble beginnings thanks to a mysterious benefactor. Moving through London’s class ridden world as a gentleman, Pip uses his newfound positioning to pursue the beautiful Estella (Grainger) - a spoilt heiress he’s known since childhood. Yet the shocking truth behind his great fortune will have devastating consequences for everything he holds dear. Commercial Club Albury. 1.30pm and 7.30pm. Inquiries: (02) 6057 2000.

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Gaze on the graze VICTORIA’S best produce, coupled with some great Aussie talent, including Daryl Braithwaite performing his new album, will make for one spectacular day at Harvest ’n’ Graze in Bright. “I’ve done two Harvest ’n’ Grazes - they’re great!” Braithwaite said. “I like to get audiences involved, whether they dance or move or come close or whatever, and that happens at Harvest ’n’ Graze, it’s a really nice atmosphere.” Braithwaite will be performing his classics as well as new songs from his new album, Forever The Tourist. “The single is called Not Too Late and the comment I’ve had so far is it’s a different style,” he said. “I’m probably too close to it but I think it’s a good piece of work. It makes me feel good when I hear it and it’s being played here in Melbourne on the radio which is great. “Soundwise it’s slightly different and the approach might be a bit more modern, for me!” Gourmet produce will be aplenty at Bright with up to 25 stalls of the state’s best regional wines, olives, honey, boutique beers, artisan delicacies and a vast assortment of ready to eat delights just to name a few.

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HiLife Helicopters will also be taking scenic flights over Bright throughout the day. The team at Harvest ‘n’ Graze is also proud to announce their new partnership with SecondBite. Harvest ’n’ Graze is keen to endorse and promote SecondBite’s excellent community work through redistribution of surplus fresh food to community food programs around Australia, supporting people who are homeless, women and families in crisis, youth at risk, indigenous communities, asylum seekers and new arrivals. Harvest ’n’ Graze has created a family friendly festival based around the incredible produce on offer right here in Victoria. All stallholders are hand-picked and share the Harvest ‘n’ Graze philosophy of ’Local. Seasonal. Family. Sustainable.’ The live music line-up on the day also includes Kingston Crown, Broken Hearts and Smokin’ O’Brien’s, with cooking demonstrations, free kids’ amusements, face-painting, helicopter rides and family activities as well. Bring the family, bring a picnic rug and bring your harvest cheer. Bon appétit! Harvest ’n’ Graze is on Saturday 12 October, Howitt Park, Bright, 10am-6pm. Tickets $25 pre-purchase to book, or $29 at the gate and kids under 18 free. For more information visit www. harvestngraze.com

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AS someone who thinks Adam Sandler is an idiot at the best of times, it’s rather charitable of me to resist fully siding with the critics on this one. One of the funnier reviews I read said Grown Ups 2 is “nothing but Adam Sandler hanging out with his pals and congratulating himself on how awesome he finds himself to be.” While this is completely true, there are some genuinely funny scenes and lines, just not enough to refer to the film as actually funny. Grown Ups 2 presents an all-star cast and is set on the last day of school before summer holidays. Lenny (Adam Sandler) and his family have relocated back to the small town where he grew up - a very relaxed, lazy town full of

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New view on lifestyle estates IT’S no secret that an over 50’s estate can provide the coveted combination of lifestyle, a new home, security and freedom. It’s also no secret that many such lifestyle estates are developed and run with an archaic format that leaves many sighing in disappointment. Wouldn’t it be great if developers could just move away from what was done 20-years-ago and offer up a more current formula? Something that could really be enjoyed from a younger age to maximise the more active and social parts of retiree’s plans. Kensington Gardens has achieved this and they believe retirees should come and see for themselves. Gone are the pokey houses, crammed in with hardly enough room for two cars to pass on the street. Gone is the ‘one room for all purposes’ clubhouse, along with the boring day-today lifestyle and gone is the insistence “I’m too young for a place like that!� Kensington Gardens offers architecturally designed three and four bedroom homes, ensuite and bathroom as standard and detached houses with landscaped gardens for privacy. Homes are thoughtfully designed, award winning and built to a high standard of finishes and quality. They allow for a master bedroom, guest bedroom and utility room (computers, arts and crafts equipment). Most plans also have a double garage for either two cars or extra stor-

Kensington Gardens - resort-style living for the over-55s. age. There’s also a separate and secure parking space for those with a caravan or boat. Kensington Garden’s estate has an amazing resort feel - from the beautiful landscaped entry gardens to the wide streets with generous street setbacks

for housing. The estate is leasehold and, as such, has a continued vested interest in the saleability of houses. The estate is very well maintained and presented, and always will be. Another benefit of living at Kens-

ington Gardens is the architecturally designed $4.5 million clubhouse. With 26-years-experience behind it and purpose built rooms for different activities (a fully equipped gym, computer room, surround sound cinema room, fully licensed bar, French style sitting room),

The builder of choice for Kensington Gardens Albury Alatalo Bros are proud to be associated with Kensington Gardens Albury, a resort style retirement community for the over 50’s. Come and see for yourself, you’ll be pleasantly surprised

the clubhouse is a mecca for activity, socialising, keeping fit and learning new skills. The best part is it’s already built and established ready to enjoy. Residents enjoy an amazing, personalised lifestyle with full use of the clubhouse - which is above and beyond expectations, on the doorstep for them and their guests to use at any time, like an extension of the home. At Kensington Gardens residents become much freer, released from many of the day-to-day responsibilities. They can leave home at the drop of a hat knowing the property is watched, bills forwarded, and lawns maintain. Day to day there’s no more painting, lawn mowing, cleaning swimming pools, it’s all done. For those not working, all they need do is think of new, more enjoyable ways to fill their day‌ learn Thai Chi at the Clubhouse, head out for an extra round of golf at the Thurgoona Golf Club which the estate backs on to. In terms of resident perception to this lifestyle estate, most wish they had moved in sooner. There is no stigma at Kensington Gardens, it has been designed and developed to maximise the fun residents can have now. This is an estate to enrich the lifestyle and you don’t have to be rich to move in. With a fantastic clubhouse, well designed and personalised constructed houses and amazing lifestyle opportunities, the real question is whether you can afford not to be there.

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Alatalo behind Kensington By KRYSTEN MANUEL ONE of the main benefits of choosing Kensington Gardens is the freedom of building your own home coupled with professional guidance, making the process as easy and enjoyable as possible. And rest assured, quality is of the utmost importance, as Kensington Gardens chooses to work with the best in the business - Alatalo Bros. “One of the key things that sets us apart in the industry is the quality of the homes,” village manager Tony Lieschke said. “The homes are stand-alone, so you don’t have a high density environment, but the the thing the market really warms to is that we have the flexibility and resources to give them choice. “Residents are not being told ‘there’s your home there, accept it for what it is.’ If it’s in the realms of possibility for either ourselves or the builders, we will do our best to accommodate them.” Alatalo Bros have been working with Kensington Gardens from the very beginning. Based in Albury Wodonga with a building history spanning 30 years, Alatalo Bros are synonymous with attention to detail, personalised service, quality workmanship and a reputation as a progressive property developer.

The company is family owned and operated and dedicated to providing quality homes and residential subdivisions throughout Albury-Wodonga, Wagga Wagga and Shepparton. Kensington Gardens and Alatalo Bros have developed a successful, solid and mutually beneficial relationship over the years, both striving for the same goal - customer satisfaction. “The reputation of Alatalo is unquestionable and given the Greens name, we wanted to make sure we worked with credible local companies,” Mr Lieschke said. “There’s no two ways about it, you can refer to it as indirect marketing but the fact that we can drop the Alatalo name certainly carries weight in the local community. “We honestly can’t speak highly enough of them, they’ve been absolutely over the moon with quality workmanship. “With Flair Cabinets it’s the same thing, there’s not too many that can undermine the quality of their workmanship.” Alatalo construction manager Tony Moyle said the key to their successful business relationship was the mutual ability and desire to work together. “We’re very proud to be part of the association between Kensington Gardens and the Green Group, not just

here in Albury Wodonga but also in Shepparton,” Mr Moyle said. “Col, Tony and the team out at Kensington Gardens are very engaged in the building process. They’re very involved so they know their client is going to be happy with the process at the end of the day. “The biggest thing we’ve been able

to build up with Kensington is the relationship between the two parties. We’ve been able to refine, modify and change things along the way which is giving them better plans. They’ve been very receptive to our suggestions when changes are bought about, and very open and engaged in the whole process so they know their clients will end up with a great home.

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Meet the village manager – Tony Lieschke By KRYSTEN MANUEL IT took all of 20 minutes to sell the position of village manager to Tony Lieschke three years ago, and he couldn’t be happier with his decision. “I was working for a building company and was approached to see if I would be interested in the role,� he said. “I must admit I was guilty of having a pre-conceived idea of the term ‘retirement village’ because it wasn’t a field I had extensive experience in and I linked it with aged care. “I was always curious as to what the Green Group were doing here, so I was here for 20 minutes, got a good idea of the lifestyle concept and that was the catalyst to my decision.� Mr Lieschke is going into his fourth year with Kensington Gardens and says his favourite part of the job, by far, is interacting with residents and staff. “I’m being sincere when I say this, growing relationships with the residents is the most enjoyable thing about my role,� he said. “The people I’ve met, their extended families and friendships that have been created - they are a wonderful community, fantastic people. “And the staff are just terrific. I like to surround myself

with good people and that’s what we’ve done here, I can’t speak highly enough of them.� As village manager, Mr Lieschke is responsible for the development of the village, including overseeing expenditure, marketing, promoting, selling and the marking up of plans. The village offers a great deal of choice in homes, so Mr Lieschke does alterations, co-or-

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works smoothly and residents are content. “At the end of the day, my responsibility is to make sure that the village runs as a happy village,� he said. “I’m a great believer that if the village is run well, a lot of the marketing will take care of itself through word of mouth. “Like any community there are day to day issues that indi-

I’m being sincere when I say this, growing relationships with the residents is the most enjoyable thing about my role‌ Tony Lieschke

dinates all costings and follows builds right through to completion, working in conjunction with Alatalo. The village manager also assists with the development of the existing estate, co-ordinating gardeners and concentrating on maintenance. “Maintenance is something we place very highly on the list of what we’re all about, it’s one of the reasons people come here,� he said. Mr Lieschke also liaises with residents on a day to day basis to ensure the village

vidual residents and households deal with and of course it’s my role also to assist with that. I’m very conscious of not giving the impression that when someone comes to live here that it’s a regimented environment, quite the opposite. I believe with the community facilities they can run that virtually like they run their own households.� Mr Lieschke grows more passionate about his role each day, genuinely supporting and believing in the Green Group vision for Kensington Gardens. “It’s just marvellous,� he said. Tony Lieschke - Kensington Gardens village manager.

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What once was - Kensington Gardens, 2006. Inset: The $5 million Kensington clubhouse, complete with cinema, pool, library, auditorium and more.

By KRYSTEN MANUEL LOOKING at Kensington Gardens today, it’s hard to imagine it was once nothing but farmland (though the breathtaking views are a dead give-away). With 90 homes and counting, and a stunning main building complete with pool, gym, auditorium, cinema, library and more, the sky is the limit for Kensington Gardens. “It was a farm with a couple of sheds and a couple of dams in those days,” Green Group regional manager Col Ward said. “Sean Green, our director from Bundaberg, bought the site and asked me to come and have a look around to see if I wanted to move here. “We applied to the council for our development consent in June 2007 and completed our first house in May 2008.” Doug and Dell Crawley were Kensington Gardens’ first residents and currently live in a house looking onto the main building. They are affectionately known as the mayor and mayoress of Kensington Gardens. The following year construction got underway for the main building in conjunction with the first stage. “We built a lot of our facilities up front - many people say it’s one of the most beautiful buildings they’ve seen, particularly in regional areas. ” Mr Ward said.

“It’s reasonably unusual for an estate to put $5 million into a building when they’ve only completed about 20 homes, but that’s what we did. We put our money up and people have recognised that. “We had four stages but we did two stages together. Those two stages were 65 homes completed last year, but by then we had 20 built in the next stage. “From then on we’ve only built as we’ve sold, except for display homes. “Things were reasonably slow at the start but we’re picking up speed now.

Now it’s starting to take on that persona of a very vibrant estate. “We currently have 90 homes and we’re seriously thinking about the next stage which will incorporate lockable caravan bays and the Workshop - the men’s shed.” Mr Ward said now the village is more lively, a mushroom effect had begun to happen, where there were enough residents here to create social and activity groups from, not to mention enjoy busy Friday nights at the bar.

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great decision. “People say to me ‘you came here from Queensland?’ and my reply is ‘you don’t know what you’ve got!’ There is just so much in this area, it’s beautiful. “I am a great advocate for our district. “I love the rural feel of our estate, it’s just got something that’s special. It has a rural feel, it has the Alps in the background, we have a common boundary with the Thurgoona Golf Course, and it’s just a really nice feel. “Of course one of the really special features that we have are our residents - they bring the estate to life and are a wonderful and interesting group of people from all walks of life.” Mr Ward’s position has changed slightly over the years, from someone who organised and oversaw the very beginning of the development to a role that monitors quality assurance across all facets of what is a thriving mini community. “My job is to ensure that everything

KENSINGTON Gardens regional manager Col Ward has been with Kensington Gardens from the very beginning - before the first bulldozer rolled onto the land. Originally hailing from Queensland, it didn’t take Mr Ward long to fall in love with the Border and all it has to offer. “I’ve been with the company now for 11 years now and thoroughly enjoy my role,” he said. “I started as manager of Mackay back in 2002 and then after 12 months there was a restructure and I was appointed North Queensland manager overseeing our estates in Mackay and Townsville. Three years later, we made a decision to start developing in Southern New South Wales/ Regional Victoria. “I came down to have a look at Albury, drove out to our site at Thurgoona and up and down Dean Street and I said ‘yes, this is for us.’ I rang my wife and said ‘that’s it, we’re off!’ It was a

runs smoothly, which is made quite easy because of our friendly and competent staff,” he said. “We have residents who have looked through 30-40 estates before deciding to come to Kensington Gardens. I think that is the best recommendation we can give. “Our residents love that fact that we are essentially different to a lot of other estates. We offer many choices through our range of roof tile colours, bricks, internal tiles, carpets. We also allow residents to make alterations to the design. “We have over 20 plans to choose from as well. Quite often when our intending residents bring their adult children out for a look they say ‘sorry Mum and Dad, but we’re going to move in!” Mr Ward has seen Kensington Gardens through every stage to this point and is keen to start work on the next stage which includes the workshop, lockable caravan bays and, of course, more homes.

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Get the care you may need AGED Care Services Australia Group is fast seeing its vision take shape as the local project team works around the clock to develop the brand new Albury and District Aged Care Residence at 636 Logan Road. Local residents, commuters, and those strolling past the site have been watching with curiosity the bustling construction tucked behind the Albury and District banner which wraps around the fenceline. All await the day they will see the fruits of the labour of the local team of builders, concreters, tilers, plumbers, painters and gardeners - all hand-

picked from local companies, offering an employment boost within the two cities. Excitingly, the new Albury and District is on track to open in March 2014, and the current Albury and District facility located on David Street is taking inquiries and bookings now. The new Albury and District Residence on Logan Road will provide a “hotel-style accommodation meets residential aged care experience.� Stepping into the new Albury and District Residence, residents, family and guests will find themselves in an

oasis of contemporary style, stunning surrounds and peaceful tranquillity from the gracious foyer to private dining rooms, generously sized bedrooms with private en suite, and the friends and family cafe and lounges surrounded by landscaped gardens and private courtyards. There’s even an outdoor physical therapy centre. When completed, Albury and District Aged Care will be entirely relocated to the brand-new premises at 636 Logan Road, Glenroy. But some things will stay the same - the care, dedication, and passion of the team at Albury and District who tenderly care for Al-

Developments, who operate 36 aged care facilities across four states in New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, and South Australia. For direct inquiries to Albury and District, call (02) 6041 2858.

bury’s aged care population. “The addition of 30 high and low care beds will mean a total of 164 beds for Albury and District, resulting in much needed residential care for ageing local residents, where demand for services in this area is on the incline,� Japara Developments development manager, Joel Wertheimer said. “This is due to our ageing population.� Albury and District Aged Care Facility is part of the Residential Aged Care Provider ACSAG (Aged Care Services Australia Group) and Japara

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service called Ingenia Care Assist, who can assist in finding a wide range of care services to assist our residents in their unit without the stress and worry of having to find these services themselves. Services available to Mardross Garden residents include domestic assistance e.g. housework; personal care - assistance with showering etc; assistance with transport, nursing support for medication management or wound management, aids and equipment and respite care if they are caring for a loved one. Renting during retirement at Mardross Gardens can provide the flexibility, freedom and security a lot of seniors are look-

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Over 55’s ..... Life starts Now! Welcome aboard! SENIORS

By KRYSTEN MANUEL

WITH a vast variety of holidays, tours and mega shows, Martins Albury welcomes you aboard their luxury touring coaches so you can travel in comfort and style. Enjoy coach holidays in the company of likeminded people, with itineraries designed for an easy travel pace and lots of fun, all guided by your experienced coach captain. When planning any sort of getaway with Martins, expect true value for money with comfort-

Over 55’s Secure Rental Village s"EDROOM5NITSWITH+ITCHENETTE s(AIRDRESSERAND#HEMISTAVAILABLEBYAPPOINTMENTs3OCIAL#LUBOFFERING ENTERTAINMENTANDACTIVITIESs#ARINGON SITE6ILLAGE-ANAGERSs7ALKINGDISTANCETO PUBLICTRANSPORTANDSHOPPINGs!FFORDABLE INDEPENDENTLIVINGINCLUDINGTWOCOURSE MIDDAYMEALs"REAKFASTANDDINNEROPTIONS ADDITONALCOSTSAPPLYs/URDELICIOUS HOMESTYLEMEALSAREPREPAREDONSITE TWO WEEKS RENT FREE!!! - Conditions apply.

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able accommodation, most meals provided and entries as per the itinerary. And rest assured, domestic coach touring will remain an affordable option for people well into 2014. Next year Martins is offering a varied program suitable for all ages, including a seven-day tour to the famous Tamworth Country Music Festival, six-day tour along the beautiful Great Ocean Road, nine-day tour to stunning Norfolk Island, a 13-night cruise around the east coast of New Zealand, a tour of the Kimberley Ranges, West Coast of Australia, Grafton Jacaranda Festival and much, much more! New mega-shows for 2014 are also available for booking, including The Lion King, Wicked, Les Miserables and Strictly Ballroom. If you belong to Probus, Seniors or Garden Club, Martins can plan an itinerary to suit your requirements and present the best possible tour for your group. This includes day tours, short, multi-day or extended tours, or a tailor-made tour designed to give you the best experience possible. Martins also offer travel insurance for that extra peace of mind. Established in 1932, Martins have a long, proud and trusted history locally and across the country. F.R. Martin Pty Ltd and Martins Travel Tours Pty Ltd are sister companies, working in conjunction to provide a comprehensive travel service. Martins Travel opened in 1979, to support the growth of the coach operation, Martins Albury. Both companies are owned and operated by David and Rosalie Martin. Martins Albury is Albury’s premier coach charter operation, providing five-star coach charter and tours, the Albury town route service, as well as the local school bus service. Martins Albury is a fully accredited

Rosalie Martin, Lynell Reid, Janene Hynes and Lorelle Forelli of Martins Albury. member of Bus NSW and Bus Victoria. Martins Travel and Tours can provide assistance with both your international and domestic travel needs, with qualified and professional staff, who will personally care for any

booking you make through our office. Book your next getaway with Martins - call (02) 6040 4400 (9am to 5pm Monday to Friday), email to travel@martinsalbury.com.au or visit them at 66 Fallon Street, Albury.

Albury & District Residential Aged Care provides the highest possible person centred care to our residents and a 24 hour nursing service in a friendly, home like environment.

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High & Low care beds available now.

Residents have the option of high and low care, convalescent & respite care. They also have twin share accomodation, offering spouses the RSSRUWXQLW\WROLYHWRJHWKHUZLWKWKHEHQHĂ&#x20AC;WRI hour care. Our Care Services: Â&#x2021;59 high care beds Â&#x2021;KRXU5HJLVWHUHG1XUVLQJFDUH Â&#x2021;<RXURZQGRFWRURUVSHFLDOLVW Â&#x2021;3HUVRQFHQWUHG/LIHVW\OHSURJUDPGD\VDZHHN

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We are excited to announce that in 2014 Albury and District will be opening a new â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hotel styleâ&#x20AC;? residential care accomondation at 636 Logan Rd, offering an additional 30 residential care beds. The new residence will provide modern facilities, set amongst stunning landscaped gardens and private courtyards. Residents will enjoy generously sized bedrooms with private ensuites, private dining rooms and a family cafe, as well as an outdoor physical thereapy centre. The current Albury & District, David St, are taking enquiries and bookings now.

Call us today on 6041 2858 or visit us at acsagroup.com.au

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Life starts Now

Westmont Aged Care Services will host Wheels at Westmont as part of the City of Wodonga Senior Celebrations.

Classic cars on display WESTMONT Aged Care Services will rev up Wodonga’s senior celebrations this month with a display of hot rods, heritage cars, classic cars and antique motorcycles. Wheels at Westmont will be held from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, October 26. The event, held for the first time last year, is expected to feature about 50 vehicles and attract up to 500 people. Westmont chief executive officer Peter de Koeyer said it was a great event enjoyed by the facility’s 150 residents as well as members of the public.

“The vehicles are fantastic to see,” he said. “At the same time people have the opportunity to look around the facility and be entertained.” In addition to the car display, the day will also include guided tours of the homestead, assisted living apartments and villas, as well as entertainment by local singing sensation, Glenn Starr. Morning tea and a light lunch will be served for a small fee. Westmont is set among beautiful gardens at Baranduda so there is plenty of space to sit, relax and enjoy the surroundings.

Westmont is a communityowned, not-for-profit organisation which caters for the ageing community of Wodonga and the surrounding area. Services include residential aged care, respite, assisted living, independent living and community care. The City of Wodonga Senior Celebrations will be held throughout the month of October, with a range of activities planned including concerts, movies, bus tours, shopping and sport. Full details are available at wodonga.vic.gov.au/sen-celebrations

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Estateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s open day festive event WODONGA Gardens Retirement Estate is proud that its open day being held on Saturday 12 October from 11am to 3pm is an official Wodonga Seniors Month Activity. Ruth Kernaghan is putting the finishing touches to a festive event that will showcase the lifestyle opportunities of living in a retirement estate. The open day will feature music by the Grooveyard Hammond Combo,

sausage sizzle and afternoon tea along with wine tasting. Open day visitors will also be able to gain an understanding of the benefits of living in West Wodonga, with information stands from The Daintree Medical Centre and Nordcon. A Harvey Norman furnished Acacia display villa will also be launched to demonstrate what an incoming resident could purchase with one of the

limited $5000 move-in vouchers. Ruth is especially thrilled that Tom Gannon will be at the Open Day. Tom and Michael Gannon, directors of the Gannon Lifestyle Group, believe passionately that what makes their estates so special is that the values of â&#x20AC;&#x153;friends, lifestyle and securityâ&#x20AC;? are at the heart of every Gannon community. Ruth says Tom is looking forward to attending the open day to highlight

the features and lifestyle that makes a Gannon Lifestyle Estate so special. Tom says that Wodonga Gardens Retirement Estate focuses on making retirement as relaxing and enjoyable as possible. Home maintenance and gardening are taken care of by trusted on-site staff, giving residents more time to enjoy the wide range of social events and activities on offer. Security is also

a key consideration and each estate has gated entry and 24-hour monitoring, so residents have peace of mind that their home is always well looked after, which is ideal for retirees who love to travel. So come along to the Wodonga Gardens Retirement Estate Open Day to find out more about a lifestyle just waiting for you!

Albury Computer Tutoring Service Want to learn how to use computers? Know the basics but want to learn more? Friendly computer tutoring conducted at your home or at a pre-arranged venue.

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THIS spacious family home located on a fantastic double block of 1909 square metres is ideal for the growing family. As an added bonus the home has been fully revamped for full wheelchair access through out the whole home. The bathrooms are totally disabled and elderly accessible and recently renovated. With four double bedrooms plus a study area the home has ample space for the whole family, along with two very large living areas. One living area is a sunken rumpus room with feature wall and the other is a lovely open family and dining room with cosy wood heater. The kitchen has been recently renovated and offers ample bench space, dishwasher and lots of storage. For comfort the home also has full ducted heating and cooling throughout and all bedrooms have ceiling fans. Outside the home offers so much room for everyone, from entertaining under the large pergola at the rear, the sunken pool, elevated cubby house with slide, great vegetable garden, orchard and chook yard, and for extra space the four bay garage is fitted out inside with a wood heater, kitchen sink, toilet and air-conditioning. A must for every man’s shed. All this and so much more, inspection is a must to fully appreciate what this home has to offer.

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3 1 3 This brick veneer home is an ideal investment or 1st home Offering 3 bedrooms, built in robes, great outdoor area Located by school, parkland, shopping complex & Tavern Refurbished kitchen, meals open living area $219,000

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Great investment unit or live in 3 bedroom double storey townhouse Spacious open living area downstairs Private secure court yard and rear yard

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2 1 1 5/450 Kotthoff St, LAVINGTON N Fantastic brick veneer investment property N Located only a short stroll to Centro Lavington N 2 spacious bedrooms both with built in robes N Private, covered pergola, leased at $185p/w $125,000

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111 Kennedy St, HOWLONG

4 2 4 N Large family home on 1909m double block N Renovated to accommodate full wheelchair access. N Ducted heating & cooling & cosy wood heater N4 bay garage/workshop $319,000 2

15 Murphy St, WODONGA 3 1 3 N Triple fronted brick veneer family home in central Wodonga N 3 double bedrooms all with built in robes N Split system air-conditioning and open fire place N Fully renovated modern kitchen $299,500

1/733 Forrest Hill Ave ALBURY 2 2 2 N This great double story townhouse is in a prime location N Within easy walking distance to Alburys central precinct N 2brs plus study, full bathroom & 2nd toilet $310,000 N Spacious open living, kitchen & meals

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Stunning townhouse IF YOUR dream has always been to live in central Wodonga within walking distance to all amenities including cafes, shops and bus stops, this is the home for you. The moment you walk into this stunning home built by Gary Hosie, you will appreciate the quality of the workmanship and the finest of fixtures and fittings. Low-maintenance gardens in the beautiful paved entry stand out as you make you way to the front door which has a leadlight feature. Inside you are greeted with a tiled entrance and to the left a spacious double bedroom with built-in robe. The main bedroom offers a walk-in robe

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and the third bedroom can be used as a bedroom /home office or sewing room as it has a tiled floor and excellent storage. The large bathroom has twoway access and is situated in the middle of the townhouse, ensuring easy access from all living areas. The formal lounge is situated at the front of the home and offers loads of natural light through the many windows. Ducted heating and cooling which is zoned will provide year-round comfort. The large hostess two-pack kitchen offers stainless steel appliances and a dishwasher. A walk-in pantry provides excellent storage which is often unheard of in townhouse living.

An oversized double lock-up garage with additional space for a workshop features a second shower, toilet and basin. The private and paved undercover entertaining area is north-facing and can be enjoyed year round, with ceiling fan and natural gas points for the barbecue. Two kilowatts of solar panels have been installed on the roof to alleviate the rising costs of electricity bills. This beautiful townhouse represents excellent value and is priced to sell below establishment cost. Phone now to arrange an inspection of this stunning property.

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Holiday homes WITH the weather getting warmer, it may be tempting to consider buying a holiday home in picturesque coastal towns such as Lorne, Mornington, or Sorrento. Many people purchase holiday homes for personal reasons but some are also attracted to the investment potential of such a decision. Holiday homes are different from a standard residential property that you can lease out for a more long-term basis. If you are looking to set up your holiday home as an investment, there are a few things you should consider. Holiday homes can be expensive. The average house price in popular holiday areas is $591,000 in the June quarter of 2013. This is more expensive than the metropoli-

tan median house price of $562,000 despite many of these areas being located in the outer or regional suburbs. Many holiday homes are located in seasonally popular areas. Take for example the popular coastal town of Sorrento. According to the 2011 Census, taken in the offpeak period in August, around 78 per cent of homes were vacant. You will need to account for the possibility that there can be long periods of vacancy for your holiday home. The maintenance costs can be higher than a standard residential investment. Holiday homes need to appeal to short-term visitors so it may have to compete with hotel accommodation in the area. That is why many holiday homes come fully furnished.

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Pristine Central Charmer 15 Woodland Street Updated gas kitchen with dishwasher ideally placed for indoor and outdoor dining Spacious north facing lounge with gas & wood heating plus refrigerated cooling Superb one year old deck that spills out to a neat & flat yard Delivering what the market is looking for- move in, put the furniture down & enjoy Auction: Saturday 2nd November @ 11am - On Site wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8363

Leneva

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Lake Hume Resort

Ideal Retirement / Permanent Living 11 Brush Box Drive Close to snow fields and wineries Licensed restaurant and bar facilities All maintenance is carried out by the resort This is your own freehold, NOT time share $189,500 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P0083

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Radiates Charm 9 Oakmont Circuit Main bedroom with en-suite & walk in robe Dining room with stunning feature wall DLUG with remote, internal access and sink Two garden sheds & a low maintenance yard $335,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8360

W Location, Character & Size 2/350 Lawrence Street Close to shopping centres and TAFE/LA Trobe Large timber kitchen and renovated bathroom Outside offers a secure large yard Call today for your FREE appraisal $205,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8557

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Position, Presentation & Size 10 Koendidda Court New carpet, paint and window furnishings Three large living areas Ducted heating and cooling Fabulous outdoor entertaining area $359,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8154

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Ticks All The Boxes 60 Victoria Cross Parade 4 year old 18m² Simond’s built family home Alarm system & 9 foot ceilings as extras Ducted vacuum system, heating and cooling Covered alfresco off of the family room $325,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8383

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Family Living - All The Hard Work Done 31 Bremer Avenue Main bedroom with en-suite and walk in robe Built in robes to other three bedrooms Formal lounge, tiled family & dining room Pergola, DLUG & separate powered workshop $437,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8451

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Light & Bright 20 Turton Court Spacious north facing lounge Well equipped kitchen with gas cooking Outdoor entertaining under the pergola Neat and tidy - ready to move in and enjoy $259,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8261

Unbeatable Family Combination 4 Toy Court Quiet Court Location with beautiful views Three living areas, lounge, family & rumpus Large kitchen/dining with walk in pantry 880m² block with side access & garden shed $439,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8038

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Blue Bonnet Estate

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Stunning Views 3 Peregrine Place Formal and informal living areas Hostess kitchen for the “master-chef” Outdoor entertaining area with stunning views Well-landscaped garden, with rock retainer $529,500 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8359

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Choice Of Home Site Or Acres Yackandandah Heights Last fully serviced home site of 1097m² Choice of 2 small lifestyle blocks 2.018HA- 4.98 acres plus 2.3HA - 5.82 acres Call Des for more details 0408 575 825 From $96,000 to $350,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P0197

Only 25 Minutes To Albury/Wodonga 5A Hollow Street Twelve acres with magnificent views Access to power & phone at the front gate Walking distance to primary school & shop Area has been cut for future house and shed $200,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P7702

Live The Dream 330 Mia Mia Road Beautiful 15 acres, 20 minutes to Wodonga Commanding views from 18.7 square home Electric kitchen with split range and pantry Four bay steel shed, ‘man cave’ & workshop $555,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8007

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6056 1888 6 Stanley Street, Wodonga

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$240pw

Lawrence St, Wodonga

Three bedroom home located near Wodonga Hospital. Features built-in robes, separate lounge and kitchen/meals area. Ducted cooling, gas heating and cooking, single carport and an enclosed yard. Easy to maintain gardens and in walking distance to the park for the kids to play. Avail 17.10.13

$250pw

This three bedroom unit offers lounge, separate dining, dishwasher, large laundry with second toilet. The master bedroom features walk in robe, split system, built-in robes, gas heating, air conditioning, private courtyard, carport plus front court yard with BBQ area and side gate access. No pets. Avail now

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Houses available

Beechworth Rd $135pw Avail 30.10.13 Central one bedroom, split system heating/ cooling, carport. Hot water service. No pets. Chenery St $155pw Avail 31.10.13 1 BR, gas heating, A/C, BIR, ceiling fan, carport. Lawn maintenance included in rent. No pets. Lowanna St $190pw Avail now 2 BR, gas heating, A/C, renovated kitchen, BIR, ceiling fan, carport, garden shed. No pets Forde Crt $210pw Avail 10.10.13 Refurbished 2 BR unit, BIRs, A/C, gas heating/ cooking, low maintenance yard, SLUG. No pets. Turton Crt $225pw Avail now Neat and tidy 2 BR unit, gas heating/cooking, ducted cooling, garden shed, courtyard. Single garage. Bent Pl $230pw Avail now 2 BR unit, split system, BIRs, enclosed yard, lock-up garage, entertaining area, carport.

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Lawrence St $185pw Avail 19.10.13 3 bedroom one, gas heating, air conditioning, enclosed yard. Short walk to the main street. Elm St $220pw Avail 07.10.13 Central 2 BR, BIRs, A/C, gas heating, carport. Garden shed not included. No pets. Gayview Dr $265pw Avail 02.11.13 3 BR home, dishwasher, air conditioning, gas heating, timber floors, carport, garden shed. Milend St $320pw Avail 07.10.13 2 storey, 3 BR, study nook, BIRs, ENS, gas cooking, dishwasher, S/S A/C, remote DLUG. Maygar Ave $340pw Avail now As new 4 BR home, S/S heating/cooling, ENS, WIR, BIRs, DLUG with internal access. Windsor St $340pw Avail now Modern 4 BR, S/S heating/cooling, ENS, BIRs, enclosed yard, DLUG with internal access.

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DRIVERS from seven to 60 made the most of their club day last Saturday as the ROTAX Pro Tour loomed. “It was almost a perfect weekend for the kart racing,” Albury Wodonga Go Kart Club President John Reynolds said. “We had some pretty intense competition, especially at the front of the field because we’re getting close to the end of the club championship which finishes in November. It was a particularly well-run weekend with very little incident. “At the end of October we’re actually having a big national meeting, the ROTAX Club Tour. It’s six rounds nationally and all the best

cars in Australia will be here competing that weekend.” Mr Reynolds said the club would put up some fantastic competition for ROTAX, held on 26 and 27 October at the Sheathers Road track. “One of our rookie competitors, Zachary Best, he’s leading the club championship and when he travels away for bigger meetings he does very well, so he’s one of our up and coming potential race-car drivers,” Mr Reynolds said. “In rookies, Miranda Clark is getting better and better to the point where she’s almost challenging the boys, and we also have Hayley Pilfoot, she’s a senior and is actually attending the Wodonga TAFE mo-

torsport course and she mixes it with the blokes all the time. “It’s one of the few sports where girls compete against guys on an equal footing.” The Albury Wodonga Kart Club had its first meeting back in 1992 and caters for all ages (from seven years old) and weight classes. “We have the cadets who are seven to 10 years, rookies from 10 - 12 years, juniors from 12-16 with different weight divisions, and seniors with their different weight divisions and engine performance levels. “All the members own their own equipment, to be involved in the sport you have to have your own car. “And we have a number of fami-

lies that compete. On the weekend we had a mother, daughter and son competing. There was a father with his two sons competing, so there’s definitely a lot of family involvement.” Mr Reynolds encourages as much family involvement in the club as possible, having involved his sons from a young age as well. “I’ve always been involved in motorsport,” he said. “I used to compete myself and I got involved with the car club when it first started with my sons. “My sons are still involved in motor racing, my eldest still races cars and my younger son races V8 Supercars, so he’s made a career out of it.”

THE inaugural Albury Wodonga Memory Walk and Jog will be held on Sunday 6 October at Sumsion Gardens (Belvoir Park), Wodonga. General manager of Bupa Wodonga, Linda Hudec says Memory Walk and Jog is a wonderful community event that supports people living with dementia, their family and carers. “There are approximately 5000 people living with dementia in the Albury Wodonga area, and we see the effects of it every day,” she said. “We’re proud to say that it was the enthusiasm of local carers that has led to discussions with Alzheimer’s Australia, and ultimately to the event being run here this year. We’re delighted to have Memory Walk and Jog in Albury Wodonga and to be supporting Alzheimer’s Australia in the work they’re doing in the area. “We’re really hoping the community will get behind the event by signing up and taking part. We hope to raise more than $50,000 to help people living with dementia in our local area.” Participants will be able to take part in a 2km walk, a 5km walk or jog or a 12km run. Teams of four people are also invited to enter the 12km team challenge. The team challenge is ideal for sporting groups and those with a competitive nature. There are a range of distances designed to include everyone, regardless of speed or age. All funds raised will stay in Albury Wodonga to assist Alzheimer’s Australia provide a variety of services to support local people living with dementia, their carers and families. Alzheimer’s Australia is the charity for people with dementia and their families and carers. As the peak body, it provides advocacy, support services, education and information. More than 320,000 people have dementia in Australia. This number is projected to reach more than half a million by 2030. Dementia is the third leading cause of death in Australia and there is no cure. For more information go to www.memorywalk.com.au/alburywodonga The 2013 Albury Wodonga Memory Walk and Jog is being held with the support of the Albury Wodonga Triathlon Club and is proudly supported by Bupa aged care.

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