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CODY Bowling saved his dad from drowning ‌ but times have since been very rocky for Ross Bowling. Turn to page 8 to read his moving story by new NewsWeekly journalist, KRYSTEN MANUEL ‌ and to see how you can help the family.

Laugh for a spell “IT’S a very quirky musical and a very funny show,� is how David Todd describes Spelling Bee. One can see such, just by looking at the crew going through their rehearsals. Livid Productions are inviting members of the public to take a role in their latest musical play. And if you’re a little shy, they’re inviting you to be in the audience. “You meet and follow the kids who compete in Spelling Bee and you learn more about their backgrounds,� show director Mr Todd said. “They start out competing against each other but end up friends. It’s a bit like school. “The show is full of beautiful music.� Spelling Bee is on at the Jazz Basement on Lincoln Causeway on 25, 26 and 27 October and 1, 2 and 3 November. Contact Liz Kolisnyk on 0448 244 639 if you’re interested in being part of it. Picture: PETER SWEENEY

‘Wet’ report A FEDERAL Government model which considers returning more than 3000 gigalitres of water to the environment has been slammed by the opposition and rural groups. According to one senior politician, the Murray Darling Basin Authority report is “150 pages of mumbo jumbo.�

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“There’s no real explanation why a wetland at Doctors Point or the Barmah Choke needs to be flooded for longer,� local MP Sussan Ley said. “This hydrologic remodelling report is nothing more than a feeble bid by the Gillard Government and the Greens to

drain more water away from the nation’s food bowl,� Ms Ley said. “It’s yet another revision of the proposed basin plan which further clouds the future for communities in the Basin.� Continued page 4

GO TO THE SHOW LIKE to win a double pass to the Albury Show on 2, 3 and 4 November? You can, courtesy of NewsWeekly. We are giving away 10 double passes to the show. Turn to page 8 to see how you can go to the show on us.

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TV Guide

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Sport

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TOP SHELF‌ Ray Crispin and Elvis Presley memorabilia in his amazing history collection.

As unique as they come By PETER SWEENEY “WE have a unique and interesting shop in the main street. This amazing shop has been created with lots of love and passion,â€? is what the promotional flyer says. Say that again. And again, and ‌ Ray Crispin is ‘the man’ behind Tallangatta’s 50s History and Heritage shop. And the Old Time Theatre. Words don’t do justice to his creation. It has got to be seen, as it’s not a case of what’s in the history and heritage shop, but rather what’s not. Tallangatta born and bred, Mr Crispin recently ‘topped up’ his amazing display by buying “everything Elvisâ€? memorabilia. “A lady had been collecting it (Elvis Presley

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memorabilia) most of her life,� Mr Crispin said, watching his feet didn’t step on an Elvis rug. However, it’s the history of his beloved Tallangatta – particularly a short film of the move of the town – which is Mr Crispin’s favourite. “The DVD of the shifting of the town may be the only one there is. I don’t get sick of looking at it,� Mr Crispin said. “It’s very popular with visiting groups, because you just don’t see film like this around anymore. And they don’t move towns anymore. “They (the government) had a budget of three million pounds to relocate Tallangatta. It was moved for 2.3 million pounds – the rest of the money went on some building in Melbourne. “But I think we got short-changed, as some things were done on the cheap here. They put in cheap pipes and the sewerage had to be replaced.� Ray Crispin opened his shop – a winner of a tourist attraction – to the public two years ago. Movie buffs would love the Old Time Theatre, which holds 42 people and features musicals, westerns, war movies, comedies, cartoons – and whatever you want. Welcome to Tallangatta pages 14, 15.

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IT’S human nature to complain about our job. We all believe we are doing the most demanding, and difficult, role in the company or organisation we work for. But do we ever stop to consider how tough the job of somebody else is? How often have we thought how much easier life would be “if I did his or her job?� Well, it’s time we found out. Even if it’s just for a day, a week, a month or a year, we should swap jobs. Even if all it achieves is a better understanding and acceptance of what somebody else does, then it would be worth the exercise. All bosses have easy jobs – or so all his/ her workers think. And maybe the reverse applies. Role reversals in companies/organisations would, in many cases, not only be funny, but enlightening. Imagine listening to mechanics sell cars and watching sales spruikers doing the servicing. Or the supermarket owner manning the cash register – and the ‘checkout chick’ doing the ordering of stock. Or the newspaper advertising executive writing stories and the journalist selling advertisements. Or the ticket clerk flying the plane and the pilot doing the ticketing. Hang on, that might be a bad example – but you get the gist of what we mean. Nobody appreciates what somebody else does in a job until they have to fill in for them – or experience what they are doing.

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Border Bikefest ENGINES are revving and the Border Bikefest is on its way back. The Wodonga Lions Club run and NewsWeekly sponsored motorbike smorgasbord will be held at Lincoln Causeway on Sunday, 4 November. And one lucky bikefest attendee will ride off on a new Honda CB125E from Blacklocks Motor Cycles in Lavington – just for buying a $2 raffle ticket. The learner legal but unregistered Honda is worth nearly $2000. There were more than 300 motorbikes at the Border Bikefest in 2011 but this year will be “bigger and better,” according to WLC spokesman Mike Georgiou. “There will also be a swap meet, where people can buy and sell stuff, and a range of traders,” Mr Georgiou said. Dont miss the 26 October edition of NewsWeekly for a full feature on Border Bikefest. PLAIN OBVIOUS… Jeff Sawyer beside the mural of the Uiver at Albury airport.

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Jeff’s plan is plane By PETER SWEENEY JEFF Sawyer – and many other heritage and tourist-minded folk – are concerned a unique piece of aviation history in Albury is rotting away. One of only three planes of its like in the world standing on its wheels – the craft is out of sight from the public, but in full range of the elements at Albury airport. The DC 2 resembles the Uiver – the plane which brought world headlines to Albury nearly eight decades ago. Now Mr Sawyer, the chair of the PS Cumberoona, and his committee want to resurrect memories of the plane. Their push to get the Uiver back in the public spotlight starts on Sunday, 21 October at a fair. The KLM Royal Dutch Airlines owned Uiver was contesting the London to Melbourne Centenary Air Race when it left Charleville, the final stopover, early in the evening on 23 October, 1934. The plane drifted from its course, and lost wire-

less contact when it hit a fierce electrical storm. About 700 cars heeded a request from a radio station and headed towards the racecourse, the lights from them making a makeshift runway. Town lights flashed out intermittently, and the signal Albury was flashed to the plane in morse code. Early the next morning, the plane approached the racecourse. The wheels touched, rose, bumped again and the plane ran a few hundred metres before stopping. The plane became bogged in thick mud. The next day it took off incident-free and finished second in the race, winning its section. Tragically, the plane crashed in the Syrian Desert while on an airmail run days before Christmas in 1934, killing all seven people on board. One of the roads at the Albury airport is named after the Uiver – as is the cafe and bar – where there is a large mural on the walls and memorabilia on the tables.

Over in a far corner, far away from the public, sits the DC 2 Mr Sawyer believes should have a hangar – and be “open” to the public. “It’s aviation history and could be a major tourist attraction,” he said. “There is a vacant block of land near where the plane sits and we believe Albury City Council should build a hangar there. “This is history in our backyard. We have to do something now or it will end up in a state of disrepair.” The Albury Uiver Fair will be held at Peards Complex, Albury, between 1pm and 5pm on Sunday week. There will be stalls and displays, vintage cars, games, music and much more – including information on the Uiver – for a gold coin donation. Go to www.alburyuiver.com or www.cumberoona.com

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Together in cancer fight By KRYSTEN MANUEL FRIENDS of a tiny girl battling a life-threatening cancer are pulling together to support her family. Ciara Ryan, 18 months, is in the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, suffering neuroblastoma, the leading cause of cancer related deaths in children aged under five. A tumour is pressing on her spine, causing significant problems with movement. Ciara’s parents, Aidan and Mel, are staying nearby at Ronald McDonald House, while her three siblings are with relatives in Albury Wodonga. In a heart-warming dis-

play of community initiative and kindness, neighbours and friends of the Ryans have organised a fund-raising barbecue at Baranduda Oval on 21 October. “I was there on the day when Ciara stopped moving ... I called the ambulance,” Jodie Barran, a neighbour who is co-ordinating the barbecue, said. Fiona Capewell, another family friend, said nobody knew what was wrong with Ciara. “They decided to fly her to Melbourne, then a lump was found on her spine. Tests were done and it took ages for the doctors to confirm what it was,” Ms

Capewell said. “The hardest thing about the illness is seeing Ciara go through all her treatments, scans, operations ... she’s so tiny, she’s just a little girl and she’s losing her hair, it’s just awful. “The doctors can’t promise that she’ll walk ... they are trying to stay positive.” It is a gold coin donation for the barbecue on Sunday week, which goes between 11am and 3pm. “We have a raffle, fairy floss, helium balloons ... and activities for the children,” Ms Barran said. “The money raised will go to Ciara and her family.”

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Help Ross see the sun again By KRYSTEN MANUEL ROSS Bowling cannot remember the last time he was outside. Surrounded by the stark white walls of hospital after hospital, Ross is desperate to get outside with his family of eight for the first time in nearly two years. But he needs your help. “It was a late night swim,” Ross recalls of 4 January, 2011. “I was in one of those plastic pools. The ladder slipped, I whacked my neck and that was it.” The incident left Ross, now 48, a quadriplegic. His work as a building supervisor for Hotondo Homes was over. “I had to get rid of my tools ... everything,” he recounts. For someone who has been through such an horrific experience, Ross is in good spirits - smiling warmly at his only son, Cody, 17, who saved his life by administering CPR. “I looked out the window and thought ... ‘hold on, something’s wrong.’ My mum and sister rolled him over and I saw that he was unconscious,” Cody says. “I grabbed him and pulled him out of the pool and sent my sisters for help ... the ambulance was called and I did the CPR.” Local business owner Maree Cables is launching a campaign to purchase Ross a vehicle suitable for him to “come and go in.” “We’re trying to get him a van,” she said. “He’s sourced it on the net himself. You can get a company to donate one, but it’s the fitting out of the hydraulic hoists ... we’re going to try and do it in two weeks. “I just want to go out with the kids, the worst part is missing summer with the kids,” Ross says. Donations can be made by purchasing a ‘helping hand’ from McDonald’s - or donating into an account donated by WAW Credit Union at www.wawcommunityfund.com.au

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Open your minds ONE in four Australians wrongly think people with severe depression should “pull themselves together and push on.” That’s according to a recent survey by beyondblue. The survey showed many Australians still hold stigmatising attitudes towards people with depression, don’t know the facts, and aren’t sure what to do if someone they know shows signs of depression. Of the 3000 people who took part in the survey, around one in three wrongly

believed it was helpful to keep out of the way of someone who was depressed, one in four wrongly believed people with severe depression should pull themselves together and around one in five wrongly thought it was helpful to encourage a depressed person to put on a brave face and push on. The survey also showed eight out of 10 respondents agreed that people with depression felt they were letting their family down - and almost nine out of 10 agreed people with depression might be afraid to tell anyone else about it.

Around one million Australian adults live with depression, while less than half get the help they need. The limited understanding many people have of mental illness contributes towards stigma, which has a significant and negative impact on people. If people feel sad for a prolonged period and lose interest in work, hobbies or things they usually enjoy, it could be a sign of depression. Other symptoms include sleeping problems, lack of energy, irritability, dif-

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ARTS Yackandandah’s Fresh and Unframed exhibition is on again for Indigo Shire artists. Now in its 11th year, the exhibition offers what its title suggests - fresh and unframed artworks - at a reasonable cost. The event runs from 3-11 November and includes a People’s Choice award and the Haldane Slatter Memorial Art Award. Slatter was one of the original founding members of Arts Yackandandah and passionate about encouraging art to be accessible to the broader community. The last exhibition attracted 100 local artists exhibiting more than 200 pieces. Entry forms are available at the Yackandandah Newsagency, Indigo Shire offices, visitor information centres in the region and Spiritus Art Gallery in Yackandandah. Local Indigo residential artists are given preference. For more information or entry forms contact Linda Fish on 02 6027 1965 or Mandy Murray on 02 6027 1056.

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into Be a step ahead of pain Spring detox, now FOOT and leg aches, pain and injury are most common. In fact, most people will suffer some form of foot and leg pain in their lives, with many having their physical activities and/or mobility affected. But you can keep a step ahead of pain and injury. One of Australia’s most experienced podiatry practices focusing on musculoskeletal and biomechanical concerns, Foot + Leg Pain Clinics, has assisted thousands of people with foot and leg pain, injuries and degenerative issues. Podiatrist Marni Gray, pictured, who heads the Albury clinic, is passionate about helping locals of all ages and lifestyles to relieve aches and pains, and heal injuries, both old and new. “It’s not just about treating chronic pain and injury,” Dr Gray said. “It’s also about helping to prevent these from occurring, by assisting proper foot function, correcting faulty biomechanics, strengthening and correcting muscle patterns and supporting the musculoskeletal structure for the specific physical requirements of each individual. “It’s also important to take a holistic approach to healing and look past the surface symptoms to find the cause of issues.” Dr Gray said Foot + leg Pain Clinics keep up-to-date with the latest medical research and treatments, to ensure patients receive the best of care.

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Don’t live as the ‘King’ did: Brown HE may have been a great man and one of Australia’s best-known performers, but the late Graham Kennedy was not a suitable role model for older Australians. Noeline Brown, Kennedy’s close friend and co-star in the popular game show Blankety Blanks, told a packed auditorium at The Cube Wodonga on Sunday that Kennedy was a prime example of “what not to do, as far as getting old,” is concerned. “He didn’t age well because he used to sit down with a recipe book and smoke a cigarette and have a gin and tonic, turn the page, have another gin and tonic, another cigarette and turn the page and then forget to eat,” she said. “We don’t want anyone here doing that.” Ms Brown, the nation’s first Ambassador for Ageing, was the guest speaker at a celebrating good eating event held as part of the City of Wodonga Senior Celebrations 2012.

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Irises, Taylor-made for joy YOU don’t have to be a green thumb to appreciate the spectacular iris flower display and open garden planned for the City of Wodonga Senior Celebrations 2012. Tim and Maria Rosa Taylor will again open the gates to their West Wodonga property, allowing people to view their extensive plantings of dwarf, median and tall bearded iris, roses, annuals and flowering perennials. The event last year was one of the most popular on the senior celebrations calendar, attracting about 1000 people over three days.

“The comments we got in our visitors book were, ‘Thank you for sharing your garden with us’, ‘Wow, what a wonderful display’ and ‘Such wonderful colours’,” Mr Taylor said. “All the aged care facilities and retirement places came through and they commented how great it was - and how happy it made them to see the irises and other flowers.” This year there are new nursery beds with all varieties named for easy identification and walking access. Mr Taylor, a qualified nurseryman, will provide short talks and demonstrations daily.

The Taylors, members of the Iris Society, will also have other members there to answer questions from visitors. The barn will be set up with a cut flower display, photography section and free tea and coffee. The flower display and open garden, a free event, is at ‘Riversdale Irises’, 14 Riversdale Place, from Tuesday, 23 October to Friday, 26 October 26 between 9am and 6pm. Groups are requested to book in advance on (02) 6056 1384.

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BREATH-TAKING… About 1000 people viewed the iris flower display and open garden during senior celebrations last year.

RESEARCH nurses Sally Mueller and Gillian O’Brien want healthy Border residents to participate in a world-first aspirin study. ASPREE (ASPirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) is the largest aspirin study undertaken in older Australians. It will determine if aspirin prolongs good health in later years. The study will test whether taking aspirin can prevent or delay a first heart attack, stroke, dementia and certain cancers in healthy people aged 70 and over. It will, for the first time, balance the potential benefits of daily low dose aspirin against the risks, such as bleeding. Ms Mueller and Ms O’Brien, who have recently set up in Wodonga, are searching for 1000 people from Albury Wodonga to be involved. “We encourage healthy Border residents, aged 70 and older and in good health, to participate in this significant study, which could potentially improve the quality of life of future generations,” Ms Mueller said.


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Welcome to Tallangatta Craft for a dollar MARY Grant and David Grice had “no idea” their Saturday morning volunteer work would be so popular with the kids of Tallangatta. They run a craft class in the town – and are finding it lures budding artists like a honey pot does bees.

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RED, RED, REDDY… The Sandy Creek Bridge is ready to steam ahead.

Re-birth of bridge It will be the centrepiece of the High Country Rail Trial, a 35 kilometre stretch of gravel for “fresh air” enthusiasts. A 10-kilometre bridge run, four bike rides and a two-kilometre hike will be held from the Tallangatta side of the bridge, followed by music and a barbecue lunch at Huon Park.

And there’s a “new” look to the bridge. For decades, disused pylons were mostly what one saw. Now, there are large red-coloured markers from the bridge. “Those (red posts) are supposed to resemble the smoke stacks of the old steam engines,” a local said.

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THE Sandy Creek Bridge has been reborn – as a track for riders of bikes and horses, and walkers. The bridge – for 90 years the rail link between Wodonga and Cudgewa and used as a carrier of supplies for the Snowy Mountains Hydro Scheme – will come to life tomorrow week after a long death.

BOB Burt is the “moving man” of Tallangatta. Mr Burt, 81, remembers taking a town from one site to another as if it was yesterday. And you probably would too, if you had to “surf” on the top of the homes for nearly 10 kilometres. Mr Burt – who hailed from a little place called Snake Valley, near Ballarat – worked for Ernie Nunn, the contractor charged with moving the now-called Old Tallangatta to Tallangatta. “I had to sit on top of the homes and lift the wires,” Mr Burt recalled. “That was no worries, but I couldn’t swim and we had to cross the river. That was a bit hairy.” Mr Burt said Tallangatta could have been relocated in months, not years.

“The biggest hold-up was finding places for people to stay in while their homes were being moved,” Mr Burt said. “We started in ’54, when we shifted four houses. That was to try the road, to try everything and see how it went. “We came back in ’55 and did the rest. The whole move took about two years.” Though he made his livelihood from moving, Mr Burt did little of it when he found Tallangatta. That’s where he found Stella, his true love. “I’m pretty happy here and I’m very happy with her,” Mr Burt, who last week had a cancer growth removed from his head, added. “When we finished relocating Tallangatta, I started my own house moving business. I did a lot of work at Bonegilla, when it was made a migrant centre.”


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TOMORROW � Hume Murray Farmers’ Market, Gateway Village, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga. 8am–noon. Enquiries, 02 6058 2996 � The Grange Australiana Festival, The Grange, 240 Felltimber Creek Rd, Wodonga. 10am-2pm. Enquiries: 02 6043 5000 � Beechworth Oktoberfest, tomorrow and Sunday. The event is loosely based around the original Oktoberfest held in Munich, Germany. Bridge Road Brewers, The Old Coach House, Ford Street, Beechworth. 11am-6pm. Enquiries, 03 5728 2703. � Caulfield Guineas Day, Oktoberfest Caulfield Guineas TAB race day with an Oktoberfest theme. Beer garden, German dancing and food. Albury Racing Club, Fallon Street, Albury. Enquiries, 02 6025 1333. � Wodonga Toy Library open every Saturday from 9am to noon at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries 0404 936 208.

By KRYSTEN MANUEL TWO thousand litres of traditionally brewed Oktoberfest Marzen is not going to drink itself – so head to Beechworth this weekend for the Bridge Road Brewer’s fourth annual Oktoberfest celebration. On top of the award-winning beer will be traditional costume, food and music. Owner of Bridge Road Brewers, Ben Kraus, pictured, is expecting around 1000 people over the weekend. “It’s always a young, happy crowd,” he said. “The staff get into traditional Bavarian costume, Lederhosen for the boys and Dirndl for the girls and we encourage everyone to do the same to contribute to the fun, relaxed atmosophere.” Ben and his Austrian partner, Maria Frischmann, have attended Oktoberfest in Munich four times. Maria has even tried her hand as a beer maid at the festival. “It’s all on a larger scale, we try to emulate what they do over there through traditional dress, food, music, everything,” Ben said. “(For the Marzen) we use the traditional German recipe along with the same processes - they age it for the same time.” The festival runs between 11am and 6pm tomorrow and Sunday. Contact 03 5728 2703 for more details.

SUNDAY � City of Wodonga Children’s Fair, Wodonga Racecourse and Showground precinct, Hamilton Smith Drive, Wodonga. 10am-3pm. Enquiries, 02 6051 3750 TUESDAY 16 OCTOBER � Wodonga Toy Library open every Tuesday from noon to 1.30pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries 0404 936 208. WEDNESDAY 17 OCTOBER � Albury Toy Library open 4-5pm each Wednesday. Enquiries alburytoys@ gmail.com THURSDAY 18 OCTOBER � Murray Wheezers, Chronic Respiratory Illnesses Support Group, meeting for lunch at noon. North Albury Sports Club, Alamein Ave. New members welcome. Enquiries 02 6021 4939, 02 6056 9966.

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“ A Night of Swing and Burlesque”. Ten professional musicians & dancers will entertain you with original swing and new orleans songs which hark back to the feel of the 1940s - as per its name, it’s a ‘big band’

STEVIE BIG6TH OL BUS FRIDAY JULYBAND - 7.30PM SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER 2012 $35 per person $20.00 PER MEMBER $25.00 PERPER NONPERSON MEMBER “Direct from Sydney - $45.00 The Life and Music of Stevie Wright and the Easybeats “The hilarious celebration of women -and the change!” FRIDAY 19TH OCTOBER 7.30PM

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MELBOURNE CUP CALCUTTA -- ZODIAC LOUNGE MONDAY 5TH NOVEMBER - 7PM

20,000 draw

$20,000 Cash Draw SATURDAY 10th NOVEMBER- 7.00PM

OL- Dining BUS BAND HighBIG Tea Room FRIDAY OCTOBER - 7.30PM - 3pm SUNDAY 25TH 19TH NOVEMBER - 11.30am

MEMBERS MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE TO COLLECT THE PRIZE

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Show Bookings (02) 6057 2298 For further information please call (02) 6057 2000 www.commclubalbury.com.au

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A Day and show to remember By KRYSTEN MANUEL

(MA 15+)

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FIRST THEY TOOK HIS DAUGHTER, NOW THEIR COMING FOR HIM

(M) CLASSIC FILMS – TICKETS $12.50

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NOW SHOWING: Thu 11.10.12 to Wed 17.10.12 CLASSIC FILMS – TICKETS $12.50 3D MADAGASCAR 3: Thu Fri sat Mon Tue 2.30 Sun 2.00 3D SURCHARGE APPLIES. NO FREE TICKETS

BLONDE BEAUTY… Wendy Stapleton plays Doris Day.

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Taken down a notch By KRYSTEN MANUEL MOVIE: Taken 2 (M)

DURATION: 92 minutes PEOPLE should approach this one with the usual caution taken when considering any sequel. Riding on the successful coat-tails of the original Taken, Taken 2 could be aptly described as the underachieving, malnourished twin of Taken - a careless cash grab. The bulk of the film takes place in Istanbul, where Brian Mills (Liam Neeson) is surprised by his daughter and ex-wife. Their family holiday is interrupted when Murad Hoxha (the boss of the

international sex-slave ring in the first film) begins to exact his revenge on Mills for killing his son. With his ex-wife and himself captured and tortured, Mills must direct his daughter to rescue him and in turn, eliminate all threats. With a weak, predictable plot, the saviour of the film was, of course, Neeson, who played his character with the quiet swagger and integrity we have come to expect. Neeson’s character attracted the sympathies and admiration of the audience through painfully pushing his emotions aside and skilfully dealing with the task at hand.

With scenic overhead shots of Istanbul and ever impressive spy skills splattered throughout the film, it wasn’t a complete flop… unless you compare it to Taken. I asked a few Thursday night watchers to share their thoughts. “I was half excited because I already knew half of the story, but I liked his homing skills,” said Douglas, who gave the movie a four out of 10. However, it rated a nine out of 10 with both Steve and June. “Apart from the stress, it was a good bit of fun,” Steve said, while June added: “I enjoyed the scenery of the city.”

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KILLING THEM SOFTLY (MA15+) NO FREE TICKETS Thu Fri Mon Tue Wed 11.30am, 2.15, 4.30, 7.00, 9.15 Sat & Sun 12.15, 2.15, 4.30, 7.00, 9.15 LOOPER (MA15+) Thu Fri Mon Tue Wed 11.30am, 4.30, 7.00, 9.30 Sat & Sun 2.00, 4.30, 7.00, 9.30 MENTAL (MA15+) Thu Fri Sat Mon Tue Wed 11.00am, 1.30, 4.00, 6.30, 9.00 Sun 11.00am, 1.30, 6.30, 9.00 TAKEN 2 (M) NO FREE TICKETS Thu to Wed 11.30am, 1.30, 3.30, 5.30, 7.30, 9.30 2D MADAGASCAR 3: EUROPE’S MOST WANTED (PG) NO FREE TICKETS Thu Fri Tue Wed 2.15, 6.30, 8.30 Sat & Sun 12.15, 4.30, 6.30, 8.30 Mon 2.15, 9.30 2D HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA (PG) Thu Fri Mon Tue Wed 12.30, 4.30, 8.45pm Sat 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30, 8.45pm Sun 10.00am, 11.30am, 12noon, 8.45pm DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: DOG DAYS (PG) Thu Fri Mon Tue 1.30, 4.15 Sat & Sun 10.15am, 12.15, 2.15 Wed 2.30

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$10 ADVANCED SCREENING ARGO (M) NO FREE TICKETS Mon 7.00pm PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4 (CTC) NO FREE TICKETS Wed 7.00pm

TICKETS FOR $8 TINKERBELL AND THE SECRET OF THE WINGS (G) Sat & Sun 10.00am World’s Best Fine Films

THE WORDS (M) NO FREE TICKETS Thu Fri Mon Tue 11.15am, 4.45, 7.00, 9.15 Sat 2.15, 4.45, 7.00, 9.15 Sun 2.15, 4.00, 7.00, 9.15Wed 11.15am, 4.45, 6.30, 9.15 MENTAL (MA15+) Thu Fri Sat Mon Tue Wed 11.00am, 1.30, 4.00, 6.30, 9.00 Sun 11.00am, 1.30, 6.30, 9.00

TAKEN 2 (M) NO FREE TICKETS Thu Fri Sat 7.15, 9.30 Sun Mon Tue Wed 7.15 KILLING THEM SOFTLY (MA15+) NO FREE TICKETS Sun to Wed 9.30pm

THE SAPPHIRES (PG) Thu Fri Mon Tue 11.00am, 6.30 Sat & Sun 4.15, 6.30 Wed 10.30am

LOOPER (PG) Thu to Wed 4.30

KATH & KIMDERELLA (PG) Thu Fri Mon Tue Wed 2.00

MENTAL (MA15+) Sat & Sun 1.45

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WENDY Stapleton is back to rock the border with her unique, sensual voice as “the girl next door”- Doris Day and the edgy, larger-than-life Dusty Springfield in the hit show, Dusty, Doris and Me. With a mountain of international success under her rhinestone encrusted belt, including “I only want to be with you - the Dusty Springfield Story,” Stapleton is excited to return to Albury. She had deemed the show as “a bright trip down memory lane.” “It’s all fun and games, it’s bright. The demographic is terrific - both periods apply to senior citizens ... and we’ve always had great memories of Albury. In the Rockets, with Girls, Girls, Girls in all the clubs there, we’ve had some wonderful times in Albury.” Stapleton is performing Dusty Springfield classics that have had people bopping in their seats for generations, including “Son of a Preacher Man,” “I Only Want to be With You” and “I Just Don’t Know What to do With Myself.” Hits from Doris Day’s musicals “Calamity Jane” and “Love Me Or Leave Me,” including “Secret Love”, will also be performed in full costume. “Doris is a bit tongue in cheek. She’s a gorgeous bride, a virginal bride, a big white almostwedding-dress, white hair, white teeth. Dusty is a bit more funky.” So why Dusty and Doris? “Well they’re my favourite blondes. When I was young, my mum was a big fan, I saw them a lot in movies,” Stapleton said. “I’ve always loved Doris, she was the girl next door ... I was Dusty in the original musical in Australia for 14 years on and off. It was wonderful, because eventually you got out to country towns. The Dusty show is what started it all. “It has grown with me, it’s great fun. It’s not a job, it’s a joy.” Dusty, Doris and Me will be performed at The Cube, Wodonga, at 10.30am next Wednesday. There is a free morning tea at 9.30am. For more details, call 02 6022 9223.


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Homes&Property �� Albury Wodonga

Close, cosy and classy LOOKING for a family home close to Wodongaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s CBD? Well, this four-bedroom home may just be the ticket. Ideal for the growing family on a budget, or the astute investor, this home has everything in place to move in and enjoy, with scope to add your own touch. And itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all within easy walking distance of the CBD and plaza shopping. Kick off your shoes on the wide, undercover front verandah and enter to discover touches of old-style, with high ceilings creating a spacious feel, and tiled floors adding a clean finish. Two larger bedrooms add to the convenience, allowing space for the growing teen, while the remaining two are also of a good size.

All bedrooms feature built-in robes, while the master boasts a polished wood floor. The fourth bedroom, situated towards the front of the home, could easily be utilised as a home office, providing privacy for the family finances or as a homework area for youngsters. The main living area is relaxed and spacious, the old-style having been remodelled to provide a more interactive experience. The kitchen boasts ample storage space, stainless gas cooking and opens to the large dining area. Here youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find access to the backyard and the spacious lounge room. Outside, the grounds are well established and maintained and provide the perfect canvas for the

creative green thumb. At the rear, an oversized carport offers not just shelter for the family vehicle, but a shady place to relax in on a comfy chair on a sunny afternoon. And those who like to tinker, or maybe put down the odd home brew, are presented with an ideal opportunity to create a spacious man-cave, in the form of a large garage/workshop.

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Homes&Property Enzo Raimondo CEO Real Estate Institute of Victoria

Albury Wodonga

Not a grand trend A LOW volume of sales is a feature of the current market. Up until the AFL grand final, there had been 18,433 auctions this year, with 11,132 – or 60.4 per cent – selling under auction conditions. As is always the case, many homes will have been sold after auction, but they will be recorded as private sales unless later offered at auction. This compares to the 22,247 auctions held up until the same time last year, when the clearance rate of 60.6 per cent saw 13,476 sold. In 2010, when effective demand was much stronger, there had been 23,820 auctions - and a clearance rate of 76.8 per cent. From an overall perspective, the volume of sales by auction is down 17 per cent on this time last year - and 39 per cent on this time in 2010. A prime factor influencing this is an increase in the propensity of people to save rather than spend - due to low levels of consumer confidence. This is reflected in the Victorian Government data comparing the number of new mortgages with those discharged. In August, there were 326 fewer new mortgages taken than discharged. This has been the case for the past two years, essentially since just after the market peaked in 2010. This compares to the 10-year average, which was 498 more new mortgages than discharges. The combination of these factors will act to prevent any substantial price growth in the short term and continue to provide buyers with excellent conditions.

Time for the reno ALWAYS wanted to do “a reno” job on your bathroom – but didn’t know where to start? Well, a free Do It Yourself workshop may be just what the doctor – or, more importantly, the boss of the house – ordered. National Water Week starts on 20 October and Bunnings Warehouse at Albury and Wodonga are running DIY workshops on 25 October.

WHY PAY EXPENSIVE AGENCY FEES?

Staff from both stores will give expert advice – and throw out some simple renovation tips and tricks on how to make the bathroom of your dreams. A wide range of topics, including plastering, water-proofing, tiling and flat-pack cabinetry assembly, will be covered. “The step-by-step workshop will provide residents with hands-on experience so they can update their bath-

room with ease,” comes the reassurance from Bunnings. But wait, there’s more. The Bathroom DIY Workshop will also inform Albury-Wodonga residents about the many water saving products that can be utilised in the bathroom to save water and money on bills. The seminars are at Bunnings Albury 02 6042 3400 and Bunnings Wodonga 02 6043 8900 between 6 and 8pm.

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MARGY MEEHAN 0419 972 735

DES LONERGAN 0408 575 825

13 Hogan Court

ALAN HODGSON 0418 468 579

$325,000

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Outstandingly presented and lovingly cared for ideal family home Gas heating and evaporative cooling, two living areas Undercover outdoor BBQ area on a 843m² block

2/1 McKibbon Court

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Popular Federation Park location, master bedroom with en-suite Ducted heating and cooling, seperate lounge, kitchen, family/meals area Undercover outdoor living all on a private 1056m² block

2 - 25 Kyle Court

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Currently let at $170 per week. 6.5% yield Beautiful new 2 pak kitchen Compact rear yard with garden shed

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13 Galaxias Terrace

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Spacious modern kitchen with extensive cupboards and bench space Two large living areas, 18 sq of living All season undercover pergola, access to yard from garage

$212,000

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Suited to first home buyers, downsizers or investors Great paved pergola with brick barbecue Let at $250 per week or can be purchased vacant

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Lounge with downlights, ceiling fan and split system heating & cooling Currently let at $280 pw until October 2012 Set on a large 917m² allotment in a very quiet court location

3 Iron Way

$429,000

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$329,000

6a Templeton Court

Inspection by appointment

Two bedroom unit with lock up garage Fantastic investment opportunity In a handy West Wodonga located near shops

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Quality open plan home of 19.6 squares Comforts of ducted heating and cooling Oversize garage with rear and internal access

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Only two years old in Alpine Views Estate Ultra modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances Currently let at $420 per week until Jan 2013

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Brand new GJLewis home of 18 sq on 525m² of land Beautiful North facing kitchen with all the modern touches Turn key finish, landscaping to be compleated

From $145,000

BETHANGA

Inspection by appointment

Mayfield - 48 Doolans Lane, Gooramadda Prime chemical free farmland - 53.6ha, 132.5 acres Stockyards, steel shed, bore and good fencing

For Sale By Tender

$199,000

CHILTERN

$180,000

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Formal and informal living zones Great outdoor living areas surrounding in-ground pool Views and access to Golf Course

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Older style timber home & shop craving renovation Open plan living, large workshop, large block Tenders close: 2.30PM 9 November 2012

YACKANDANDAH

$595,000

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27 Main Street, Chiltern, huge block of 2656m² Triple brick and timber home C1870, 14 ft ceilings Large verandah’s on the front and northern side

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$125,000

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Sizes range from 2.4ha (5.4 ac to 10.09ha (39.75ac) Just 5 mintues to Tallangatta and 25 minutes to Wodonga. Get in first and choose from the 8 blocks available

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CLINTON HARVEY 0408 605 950 ON DUTY

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JOAN NALDRETT 0419 483 919

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Great first family home on a big corner block with massive shed Generous size living area, new kitchen, excellent outdoor living This home gives real “Bang for your Buck”

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This charming 1870s cottage has been partially restored and beautifully maintained Updated kitchen and bathroom with characteristics of a by-gone era All this on a spacious, tree-filled 1600m2 allotment

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Tastefully refurbished cottage on 5.66ha Featured decorative cornices and ceilings Excellent catchment and ground water. Huge shed

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The home is in good condition with 3 good size bedrooms, lounge-kitchen, bathroom and laundry Perfect as a weekender, retirement villa or an investment you can use from time to time Lovely established shade trees make the perfect scenario for those afternoon refreshments

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6056 1888

More great listings and photos available at

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6 Stanley Street, Wodonga

Email: sales@wodongarealestate.com.au Email: rentals@wodongarealestate.com.au

RENTAL PROPERTIES OF THE WEEK

FRAN WENERT

FIONA THOMAS

CHRIS KING

MARYANNE McKERNAN

JACQUIE STERK

MARK ROSEVEAR

SUE RITCHIE

NONI PORTER

LUCINDA MORGAN

DANIEL McDONALD

TESSA BARKLEY

MARY-ANNE CUNNINGHAM

Fadden Court, Wodonga

$230pw

Fantastic 2 bedroom townhouse features split system heating and cooling plus gas heating, gas cooking, built in robes, full bathroom, all weather outdoor area with small enclosed yard and single lock up garage. Avail 30.10.12

Cambridge Dr, Thurgoona

$400pw

Castle Creek Road, Wodonga $360pw

Ben Valley Lane, Yackandandah $350pw

Brand new 4 BR home, quality fittings, ducted heat/cool, formal lounge, alfresco entertaining area, sleek kitchen with DW, ENS and WIR to main BR, BIRs, encl yard, rain water tank, remote DLUG with internal access. Avail now

4 BR plus study-nook home featuring ensuite & WIR to the main BR, BIRs to others, ducted heating and cooling throughout, two living areas, kitchen with gas cooking and dishwasher. Externally the property has a secure yard, double garage plus large outdoor paved area. Avail now

Just 6kms from Yackandandah’s main street, this charming rural retreat offers 4 BRs with WIR and ensuite to master, 2 living zones. Large modern kitchen/dining with gas cooking and dishwasher, air-conditioner and cosy wood heating. Outside is a double enclosed carport with storage shed, entertainment area with views, orchard and a paddock is also available. First time offered. Avail 19.10.12

Units/Townhouses available Anne St $140pw Avail 03.11.12 1 BR unit, large living, single carport. Lawn maint incl. No pets. Cummings St $170pw Avail now Central 2 BR unit, S/S air-con, BIRs, carport, courtyard, Lawns incl. No pets. South St $195pw Avail 23.10.12 2-storey, 2BR unit, BIRs, gas heat, S/S, carport. Lawns maint. Forde Crt $210pw Avail 19.10.12 Tidy 2 BR unit, BIRs, A/C, gas heat & cook, SLUG. Recently refurbished. No pets. Mark St $250pw Avail 24.12.12 As new 2-storey, 1 BR townhouse, S/S heat/cool, DW, WIR, carport. No pets. Bent Pl $265pw Avail now Lovely 3 BR townhouse, BIRs, duct heat/cool, SLUG. Garden maint incl. No pets. Thornycroft Ave $310pw Avail 20.12.12 Executive 3 BR townhouse, ENS, WIR, DW, duct heat/cool, remote DLUG. No pets.

Leading the way in Property Management, now leasing over 50% of the Rental Market. Current Vacancy Rate 0.6%

Houses available

Houses available Burnley St $225pw Avail 15.10.12 Spacious 3 BR home, gas heat, BIRs, ceiling fans, large yard, SLUG. Mullins Rd, Killara $250pw Avail 30.10.12 Lovely 3 BR home, separate lounge, A/C, gas heat, secure yard. Pets allowed. Coventry Crt $265pw Avail now 3 BR home, ENS, BIRs, duct cool, gas heat, large encl yard, carport.

Fitzroy St $350pw Avail 31.10.12 3 BR home, duct heat/cool, ENS, BIRs, ceiling fans, remote DLUG, room for boat/trailer.

Union Rd, Nth Albury $255pw Avail 12.10.12 Neat 3 BR home, BIRs, S/S heat/cool, wood fire, rumpus, deck, encl yard. Mountain Way, Lavington $305pw Avail 05.10.12 Modern 3 BR townhouse, ENS, WIR, DW, BIRs, duct heat/ cool, remote DLUG. Western View Dr, Albury $365pw Avail now 2-storey, 5 BR home, 2 bath, BIRs, S/S air-con, gas heat, rumpus, courtyard, carport.

Albury & District properties

Out of town properties

Glendaloch Crt, Lavington $220pw Avail now 2 BR unit, large living, BIRs, duct cool, gas heat, courtyard, SLUG. No pets. Wyse Crt, Albury $255pw Avail 26.10.12 Central, neat 2 BR townhouse, S/S heat/cool, BIRs, deck, SLUG + 2 extra spaces.

Castle Creek Rd, Wodonga $195pw Avail now. Unique 2 BR furnished unit 15mins from Wodonga, open living, S/S heat/cool. No pets. Indigo Dr, Barnawartha $380pw Avail now Lifestyle retreat, 3 BR, BIRs, ENS, wood heat, DW, duct cool, remote DLUG, chook yard, backing onto creek.

Draw Crt $310pw Avail 12.10.12 Lovely 3 BR home, gas heat, duct cool, encl yard, SLUG, shed.

Albury & District properties

Victoria Cross Pde $350pw Avail 05.11.12 3 BR home, duct heat/cool, ENS, WIR, DW, paved area, remote detached DLUG. Victoria Cross Pde $385pw Avail soon As new 4 home, 2 living, ENS, WIR, duct heat/cool, DW, spa bath, encl yard, remote DLUG. Quoll Rd, Baranduda $500pw Avail 07.12.12 Amazing 4 BR home, ENS, WIR, DW, duct heat/cool, outdoor entertaining, triple LUG.

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Stand alone title - No body corporate - No Fees.

• Albury and Wodonga schools, shopping and

Elmwood Cafe, Medical Centre & Pharmacy. Close by to buses, hospital.

Environmentally responsible design, 8 Star Energy rating - low running costs.

entertainment close by • Large, flat sites • Priced from $105,000

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SERVICES: Town Water, Telephone, Electricity, Gas & Sewerage Located at Whytes Road, Baranduda Lifestyle Blocks 4.9 ac (2 ha) to 5.2 ac (2.3 ha)

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Wodonga Industrial Estate....................... from $1.8 million + GST

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Trades

Deadline: 2pm Monday Email: classifieds@awnw.com.au Phone: 1300 666 808

ELECTRICIANS

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COUCH, 3 seater, fawn material. $60. (02) 60275256.

SHORTS, mens and boys, 10,926 pairs, 14 sizes, 107.5cm to size 70cm, 50% wool 50% poly, one colour, in plastic, original boxing, total sale only $5,463. Phone between 78pm. (02)6020-6960. SLEEPERS, used, ex railway, B grade, $16.90 each, also half wine barrels available, GC. Phone 0411 558 572.

DINING CHAIRS, 4, VGC, clean, soft fabric seats. $90. (02) 6043-1029.

SOFA BED, 200cm W, tapestry jungle print, EC. $150. (02) 6040-2879.

DINING SUITE, timber, walnut, 6 chairs, octagonal table, extendable. $230 ono. 0437 276 828.

STAMP COLLECTION, mint and used stamps. $200ono. (02) 6041-1196.

VENDING MACHINE, for drinks, holds 240 cans in 8 slots. $800ono. 0400 470 141.

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MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS ASSORTED, Fender, electric acoustic guitar, with case, Ashton AEA-60 acoustic amp, Acesis, SR16, drum machine, still in box. Bargain. $600 the lot. 0407 002 674.

FIELD BIN, 45 tonne transportable Kotzur bin. $8,800. (02) 6029-0128. Walbundrie.

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ATTENDANT CARE WORKERS REQUIRED • West Albury NSW • Thurgoona NSW • Training and support provided Southern CrossCommunity Healthcare provides quality care and service to the community. Personnel required for two separate programs. Must be available to commence immediately. WEST ALBURY Working as part of a team to provide high level care and support to a gentleman with a Spinal injury and who is ventilator dependant, living in the family home. The gentleman requires assistance with all activities of daily living. Shifts Available: 9am – 5pm 4.30pm – 11pm 11pm – 9am Active overnight Crossover shifts 830am – 12midday and 9am – 1230pm THURGOONA Personnel required to join a team to provide care and support to a lady who has Multiple Sclerosis, living in her own home. The lady enjoys socialising, watching movies and spending time with her pets. Duties include assistance with full personal care, light meal preparation, and domestic duties. Shifts Available: 6.45am – 815am 6pm – 730pm Essential: • Certificate III in Aged Care/Disability and experience delivering moderate to high level care • Mobile phone • Drivers Licence and reliable vehicle • Ability to commence immediately CONTACT SOUTHERN CROSS Online: www.scch.com.au/Application.htm Phone Recruitment Line: 1800 989 000 Ext 463 PLEASE QUOTE REFERENCE NUMBER - 021RBLH

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Advice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 81 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 for the purpose of activating Section 101 of the Act, that the following applications were determined by AlburyCity during the period ending 5 October 2012:

APPROVED DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS

WALKERS WANTED

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10.2011.31144.2 10.2011.31380.1

20 Hurworth Court WEST ALBURY 589 Affleck Street ALBURY

10.2012.31701.1 10.2012.31717.1 10.2012.31797.1 10.2012.31802.1 10.2012.31804.1

Modification of Consent - Elevated Deck Residential Alterations & Internal Renovations Alts & Adds to Residence Carport & Colorbond Shed 8 Lot Community Title Subdivision Alts & Adds to Residence Residence & Garage

10.2012.31812.1 10.2012.31816.1 10.2012.31817.1 10.2012.31818.1 10.2012.31822.1 10.2012.31829.1 10.2012.31831.1 10.2012.31832.1 10.2012.31833.1 10.2012.31835.1 10.2012.31844.1 10.2012.31846.1

Carport Colorbond Shed Residence & Garage Residence, Garage & 19,000L Water Tank Colorbond Shed Extension to Existing Colorbond Shed Residence, Garage & Front Fence Carport Residence & Garage Alts & Adds to Residence Colorbond Shed Colorbond Extension of Existing Shed

355 Charles Street SOUTH ALBURY 12 Renwick Court LAVINGTON 9 Donnolley Court LAVINGTON 28 Eagle Rise Road TABLE TOP 76 Fairway Gardens Road THURGOONA 375 Sandrina Drive LAVINGTON 100 The Avenue THURGOONA 7 Finke Court HAMILTON VALLEY 11 Samantha Court TABLE TOP 395 Hedley Crescent LAVINGTON 24 Gale Court THURGOONA 201 Pickworth Street THURGOONA 517 Munro Street HAMILTON VALLEY 202 Pickworth Street THURGOONA 1074 Table Top Road TABLE TOP 6 Love Lane SPLITTERS CREEK 180 Alexandra Way TABLE TOP

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R/C ELECTRIC CAR, 110th scale, off road, brushless, buggy. $300. 0400 633 016. Albury.

AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER, Pup, pure bred, vet checked, vaccinated, non moulting, microchip no. 000146244609. $700. 0427 261 664. Chiltern.

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PIANO, Schiller, EC. $1,100ono. 0408 237 342.

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BOAT AND TRAILER, 4.4 metre, fibreglass, 50Hp Johnson and 7.5Hp Mercury, fish finder, safety gear, 12 months NSW reg. FM-433N, CQ-9555. $7,000ono. 0400 633 016. Albury.

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HOLDEN, Commodore, VZ, sedan, white, cruise, tint, rear spoiler, EC, 107,000kms, reg. until November 2010, AZH-69G. $11,000. (02) 60268493. Albury. HOLDEN, VU, 2001, ute, V6, manual, 151,000kms, lowered, 18” mags, regularly serviced, WNE-465. $14,500ono. 0417 157 230. Wangaratta. LANDCRUISER, FJ60 Sahara, 1984, dual fuel GC for age, unregistered, engine no. 2F856161. $2,800ono. 0432 889 502.

LANDROVER, 2000, Freelander, Vic reg, QMA549, reg 12/11, 166,000kms, new tyres, exhaust and clutch, $8,000. 0409 568 360. Wodonga.

MITSUBISHI Lancer, 2006, 1 lady owner, 5 speed manual, cruise control, 12 months warranty and roadside assistance, alloy wheels, 9 months registration, UHA908. $13,700. Phone 0400 992 714.

NISSAN, Navara STX, 2008, EC, low kms, many extras, includes bullbar, tubliner, car kit etc, WER390, $30,000, 0419 892 305, 0418 459 259. Wodonga. TOYOTA Hilux, 2000, 3L turbo diesel, SR5 cruise, UFH, winch, canopy, 220,000kms. QBT-272. $20,000. 0413 904 808.

TOYOTA, Camry, 1997, auto, 167,000kms, reg Vic., GC, PKR-207. $2,990. (02) 6024-2469.

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QUINTREX, 3.6 punt Tyhatsu, 9.8 motor, used one tank fuel only, humming sounder, model no. 718, sonar, reg No. AFL-633N. $2,500ono. (02) 6025-4529, 0412 272 422.

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BORDER hockey star, Nan Latta, has just added to her already impressive resume, being selected as attacking captain in the Australian over 35s hockey team. Latta received the nod after the Australian championships, where she represented Victoria. Her team won and she was crowned the top goal scorer for the tournament. The Australian team heads to New Zealand in May next year to play a Trans-Tasman series, up against the likes of NZ, England and Wales. It has been two years since Latta represented Australia in the competition, which they won, and where she again top scored and was awarded player of the tournament. Latta said, having been selected in the past, she wasn’t so much surprised by her selection, as her naming as attacking captain. “That’s usually someone who has been there a few times before,” she said. “I’ve only been in the tournament twice, and I had last year off, but I was captain of the Victorian side.” While the team consists of over-35s, Latta said it’s some of the toughest hockey she has played. “It’s a really good, high quality competition - at least as high as state league division two,” she said. “Last time I went away it was the best hockey I’ve had the opportunity to play. They’re all playing smart hockey. Everyone has a hockey brain they’ve developed over a long time. “It was a different kind of challenge. It was tough.” And with another two years of state league hockey with Albury Strikers, Latta has no plans to down her stick yet, her passion for the game still burning strong. “I want to keep going as long as I can,” she said. “This competition gives me an opportunity to play where I wouldn’t normally have the chance. “There are masters games that are a bit more social, but I still like the competition at this stage. “I love the game, and I love the strategy of the game.”

In the swim with Tom

HE’S in his eighties, he does more push-ups pre-breakfast than most of us have breaths and he’s a daily swimmer. And Aussie Rules legend Tom Hafey is Border-bound. Hafey will talk of the benefits of keeping physically active when he visits the Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre on Friday. However, he

TACKLING the Top End was a challenge brother and sister, Angus Maitland and Veronica Geisler were up to. The pair took on the best across the country in darts, and Maitland returned as rookie of the year, sharing the honours with a fellow competitor. “That was huge,” Maitland said. “The whole side let out a huge cheer. It was the first time, as far as I know, that they’ve shared it because they couldn’t split us - there was .001 average difference.” And while he has been playing the game since 14 years of age, it’s his first year as a representative player, at 33 years-of-age. Neither he or Geisler had previously tried out for state teams, so for both to make the cut was itself impressive, and for Maitland to take the rookie title was the icing on the cake. “For years people have been telling me to try out for the Victorian state team, but I haven’t followed through because of the expense involved,” Maitland said.

will also discuss motivation, goalsetting and success – something the coaching great knows plenty about. The visit will also help the YMCA Open Doors program, a targeted intervention designed to assist disadvantaged people in the community access the benefits offered by the YMCA. A sporting

“This year we both decided to try out and that made it a bit easier.” “Winning the rookie title, it just makes the last 12 months worth it, the work I’ve put in, playing at such a high level for so long.” Maitland said one of the highlights of the competition was winning the game that clinched the match against NSW – and of course, the rookie title. He said the difference between the level he normally played, and the national competition was “unbelievable”. “The support that’s given is totally different to a local comp,” Maitland said. “They get right behind you.” And while next year’s competition is a way off, Maitland is already making plans to head back for another shot. “It’s something I have to look at,” he said. “With the costs involved, we might have to look at getting some sponsorship, but it’s something I want to continue.”

memorabilia auction will help raise funds for the program. Finger food will be provided and drinks will be available. Tickets cost $10 for members or $15 for non-members. Call Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre on 02 6058 2531 for more information.


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READY… Lady Wolves’ Stacey de Keoyer, Rachel Jefferey and Ella Hales are ready to hit the floor as the new CBL season tips off.

Wolves aim to roar again UNITE… Jodie Tiernan, front, Steve King, Dan Wiencke and Brigitte Chisholm are urging Border cyclists to get on their bikes and ride in the fight against poverty.

A ride to Care and share By TREVOR JACKSON CAREVAN is hosting an Anti-Poverty Week bike ride again. More than 100 riders headed south of the border last year, while on 21 October, they’ll be heading north. Carevan CEO Jodie Tiernan says there is an added bonus for participants to help spread the word. “This year we’ve done something different with our Carevan bike riding jerseys,” she said. “We have rides from Hovell Tree Park to Jindera, Walla and Walbundrie.

There is poverty in our region and more and more people are finding it hard to pay their bills…

Jodie Tiernan

“We also have a family ride, or walk, to Black Duck cafe - all returning to Hovell Tree Park.”

Once back at the park, riders will enjoy an afternoon of entertainment for the youngsters, including face painting, and much relaxation. Money raised from the ride will go to the Carevan in Albury. “I think it’s a great family day, for a fantastic reason,” Ms Tiernan said. “There is poverty in our region and more and more people are finding it hard to pay their bills. “To be able to assist them with a meal or something, it’s just fantastic.” For further information or to register and order a jersey, go to antipovertyweekbikeride.com

WODONGA’S Lady Wolves are preparing to defend their North East conference Country Basketball League title when the new season tips off. With the majority of last season’s successful team returning to the court, the Wolves are looking to continue where they left off. Incoming coach Doug Polmear said without any significant height in the team, they would need to ensure consistency at both ends of the court. “We have great athleticism amongst our players and we will be looking to execute our plays consistently whilst capitalising on our transitional plays,” he said. “The bench will play a vital role in our success this season, and we will need our younger players to step-up and show they are committed to play at this level.” Meanwhile, the men have lost a number of last season’s players. Mick Hickey steps in as coach and will be looking to the experience of Heath Ohlin and Broady Mills to lead the way. The season tips off with a road trip to Maryborough tomorrow before the first home-court hit out at the Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre on 20 October.

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