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Helping hands By PETER SWEENEY VOLUNTEERS could be rewarded financially if a councillor elect wins a spot on the Wodonga City Council tomorrow week. Mike Fraser – standing for election for the second time – will propose a Council Volunteer Rewards Program if he wins a seat on the sevenmember council. Mr Fraser believes volunteers who give 100 hours a year to a Wodonga council program should be offered $150 credit on their council rates. “There are more than 500 people who help with council programs and if half took up an offer then the cost to council would be about $40,000 annually,� Mr Fraser said.

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“I would propose this money be found in council efficiences so there is no impact on ratepayers. Finding $40,000 savings to create this program in a council budget of nearly $50 million is achievable.� Mr Fraser, 52, doesn’t believe every volunteer would want to accept the offer. “Obviously, the first step would be to ask volunteers what they think is appropriate,� he said. “They all deserve something but many would not want anything. It is important we at least ask them. “I believe a Council Volunteer Reward Program would provide to the people who give hours of their time, some assistance against increasing council rates and other costs of living.

“While there are some processes in place council already have for volunteers, I propose that more can be done. “We need to build our volunteer support group as a vital resource of our city and give better support and recognition to those willing to help out.� This is the second time Mr Fraser is standing for election to the Wodonga City Council. He finished ninth of the 20 candidates who stood at the previous elections. FOOTNOTE: This story was written for its news appeal and should not be seen as endorsing Mike Fraser in the elections. NewsWeekly believes the idea of a Council Volunteer Reward Program is worth pursuing, regardless of whether Mr Fraser is elected or not.

A WODONGA resident has “had enough� of sex stores in the city openly displaying their wares. And another two people have complained to the council since one of the two sex stores in High Street opened its doors. The “no cover� shopfront window is the butt of their grievances. The resident, who asked to remain anonymous, said the front windows of the stores allowed a full view of the interior. “That isn’t good for the young people in town,� the man said. Both stores are near food outlets. One, in particular, is often lit up at night, with displays clearly visible. “A friend said he’d parked out the front of the shop one night to go to the Thai restaurant next door,� the resident said. “When he picked up his food and returned to the car, he looked in the shop and thought, ‘I’ve left my kids parked in front of that shop’. “Kids aren’t as naive as they used to be, but they just get saturated with that sort of thing these days. “Why should there be a shop so open for anyone to look in and see those kinds of things? “There’s enough pressure on kids without that.� The resident – who added he wasn’t trying to have the business closed, just to be made to be “a little more discreet� - complained to Wodonga Council. Wodonga Council’s manager environment and community protection Mark Verbaken said the situation had been reviewed. “The council’s compliance staff have reviewed the planning application and permit for the store, and have had contact with the owner and the complainant,� he said. “The planning permit is not specific as to what can or cannot be displayed in the window, however, it states that it needs to meet the responsible authority’s satisfaction, which in this case is the council. “There has not been a specific complaint in this case regarding an offensive item or display in the window, apart from the presence of the shop being offensive as a whole. “We are liaising with the owner on an ongoing basis as to what is appropriate and what is not, and the owner is being co-operative.� News Weekly contacted the shop but were told the owner was on holidays.

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Youth in space ALBURY City will next week hold two sessions to discuss the future of the Retro Youth Cafe in the CBD. The options for a new youth space - along with the area needed, type of facilities and programming – will be the main points of discussion on Tuesday at the Albury Entertainment Centre. Young people will meet between 4pm and 6pm, while the general community will gather between 6.15pm and 8pm.

Register by calling Maralee Vogel at AlburyCity on 02 6023 8111. Meanwhile, nearly 550 people responded to a recent survey on the Retro Youth Cafe, which found 90 per cent of young people believed any new youth space should include a cafe, 94 per cent said the cafe was in important source of youth based information and 97 per cent of the general community enjoyed the atmosphere of the cafe.

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JAMES Fallon High School has been awarded a $5000 Anzac Community Grant to create a short multimedia documentary exploring the current views of children and young people about the Anzac legacy. The grant will assist cover the costs of project co-ordination, materials, DVDs, printing, equipment hire and launch expenses. The Anzac Community Grants program provides grants to ex-service organisations, community groups, schools and other educational institutions, local government, museums or historical societies. “It is vital our younger generations understand and honour the enormous sacrifices Australian soldiers have made throughout our nation’s history,� Victor Dominello, the NSW Minister for Youth, said.

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IT used to be pure. It used to be clean. It used to be wholesome. How times can change. Cycling, worldwide at a competitive level, is now tainted. From all reports – supported by science and speakers here, there and everywhere – there are more drugs in cycling than you’d find in corrupt countries littered with drug deals. Five minutes ago, he was arguably the most decorated, and admired, sportsman of all time. Lance Armstrong had beaten ’em all - more importantly, he’d beaten cancer. He’d supposedly ridden a pathway for all to follow. Much has been lost in this sad, sorry and sick situation. And not only by Armstrong and those (in all sports) who have been cited, stripped of titles, finances, sponsorship and support. Stuff them. What about the public, the man in the street who follows these sportsmen like they are modernday saints? Confidence, belief, faith - they’ve all been robbed from the followers. Cadel Evans – and he’s coming over as the shining light in this fiasco – inspired Aussies to ‘hop on ya bike’ when he won the Tour de France last year. Now it’s to be seen if people will jump out of the saddle. Speaking of which, saddles in a different sport are always big news – even more so during the spring. The big races are with us. But, as in the ‘off-season’ in football, the news is bigger away from the centre of the action. When all the talk is supposed to be on the horses, much is on the men who guide them. One of the biggest names, Danny Nikolic, may never ride again – for something that didn’t happen in the saddle – while a bigger name, Damien Oliver, is under the spotlight for betting. Who knows where it will end? And then there’s the fiasco of the Carlton footy club ‘outing’ Heath Scotland for two (meaningless) pre-season Cup games and a piddly fine of $5000 over his part in an incident and the ludicrous finding in Albury court. Hopefully Big Brother, the AFL, will kick in some commonsense on the matter – and deliver a penalty 99 per cent of people believe should be the case. Ah sport, it used to be pure. It used to be clean. It used to be wholesome.

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QUEEN AND KING‌ Margaret Whittaker has been the queen at the J.C. King netball courts. Picture: PETER SWEENEY

WANT to have a fun night out – and help a battling girl at the same time? Then book a spot to the musical Spelling Bee and part of the ticket sale will go to the fund for Ciara Ryan – provided you mention her name at the Albury Entertainment Centre. Ciara, 18 months, suffers neuroblastoma, a leading cause of cancer-related deaths in children, and is in the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne.

The “very funny, very quirky� Spelling Bee is put on by Livid Productions, who are making the gesture for Ciara. The show is on at the Jazz Basement on 25, 26 and 27 October and 1, 2 and 3 November. Meanwhile, friends of Aidan and Mel Ryan, Ciara’s parents, have organised a fund-raising barbecue at Baranduda Oval on Sunday. The gold coin donation barbecue starts at 11am.

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MARGARET Whittaker vividly remembers “tagging along� with her parents to the J.C. King courts in Albury each weekend during the netball season. Gordon and Noelene Reynolds were key players in the early days of the complex. “Mum would be inside doing paperwork and keeping things running, while Dad was outside with a shovel and wheelbarrow collecting all the bindis that punctured balls and got on shoes,� Margaret said. “We’d get there early on a Saturday and I helped Dad mark the courts with lime. He had a stringline and a jam tin to do the job. “The markings would wash off during the week.� Border netball officials and players, past and present, will tomorrow night celebrate 50 years of playing at the J.C. King courts over a dinner. “A Mr J.C. King gave the land to the netball association,� Margaret said. “Netball was played at Noreuil Park before then. There are a lot of stories from the old days.� Naturally Margaret, who played for a long time before deciding a few years back that she was “too old a girl� to be putting on a netball skirt, did to her children what her parents did to her. Drag them along to the netball. “They were in the pram and I used to have them in the clubrooms,� Margaret said. “Then they started growing, running around and playing on the courts and in the old creek that was there.� Stories and memories like this from old netball days will flow tomorrow night. Contact Albury Netball Association president Donna on 0438 691 499 if interested in attending.

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By KRYSTEN MANUEL PROMOTING awareness of ovarian cancer has driven Heather Watts since her daughter passed away from the disease. “Kelsey lost her three-year struggle to a very rare cancer in December 2011,� Heather said. “I have since wanted to promote awareness of this silent killer to women in our community. Raising awareness is most important as someone dies of ovarian cancer every 10 hours.� Heather – and a group of like-minded women – have been inspiring the community into muchneeded action. Since Heather began the Border Ovarian Cancer Awareness Group, more than $6500 has been raised towards the building of a new cancer centre in Albury, as well as contributing to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. “Since April the support of our community has been phenomenal. We have a committee with 20 supporting members,� Heather said. “These are women who have come in and said: ‘let’s save the lives of women’ and they’re doing that.� They sure have – and if Kay Pollard has her way the group will eventually have 1000 members. “That’s our goal,� Mrs Pollard said. “It costs $5 a year to be a member and every cent we make

goes to ovarian cancer research.� Mrs Pollard was behind the counter at the family-owned Wodonga Plant Farm when Heather Watts called in as part of her fund-raising drive. The active Mrs Pollard not only donated – but offered to roll up her sleeves and help with the fund-raising. The group has since organised several fundraising events, including at the Boxing Day Races at Wodonga – where a race will be sponsored by McRae Motors - and a night walk on 21 February for National Cancer Week. The Boxing Day fund-raiser is a sentimental event for Heather. “Kelsey was in the horse industry. She grew up in Wodonga, went to pony club and worked as a manager at a thoroughbred stud farm. Her and her partner were involved with horses, she even had her own racehorse - Love Long Journey,� Heather said. “From starting off by myself to having a committee with so many generous, skilled supporters, it’s a testament to our community. The support has been amazing. “We’ve got a few other functions in the wind, also.� People wishing to donate, or for more information, can contact Heather on 0401 008 310. See our Pink Ribbon breast cancer feature, pages 12-16.

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THE tireless work of Heather Watts in raising awareness of ovarian cancer was recognised by Wodonga City Council on Monday night. Ms Watts was presented with Wodonga Council’s Eagle Award for October, which recognises residents who are involved in the community and helping others. Finding many women had little idea about the symptoms of ovarian cancer following the death of daughter, Kelsey, Ms Watts organised an awareness day and fund-raising walk around Sumsion Gardens on 21 April.

Sponsored by Rotary clubs and businesses, Wodonga Council and Wodonga Senior Secondary College, about $2000 was raised and donated to the Albury-Wodonga Wellness Centre at the new cancer accommodation centre. The following day, the Wodonga and District Turf Club named a race at its meeting in memory of Kelsey, a successful trainer. Ms Watts and her supporters manned the gates to ask for donations for cancer research and raised another $700.

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A GROUP of Border blokes will be twirling, grooming - and possibly praying to the facial hair Gods - during November. And it’s all in the name of charity, as the Border Mos want to raise as much money as possible for men’s health issues. To build the bank account, the group first wants to bank on numbers. “It’s a fun way of fund-raising,” Dan Sawyer said. “During the first few weeks of Movember, you start seeing blokes on the street with a shade of a moustache, and you know you are not alone. “I guess the thing which puts most guys off is the fear of doing Movember, and almost failing to grow a good moustache.

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SENIOR citizens can step back in time with a display of old cars, motorcycles and hotrods at Westmont Aged Care Services on Sunday. The Baranduda aged care facility will open its doors to the public again as part of the City of Wodonga Senior Celebrations, inviting people to a day of food, fun and entertainment. A highlight will be a free display of antique motorcycles, heritage cars and hotrods provided by multiple car clubs and individuals. There will also be live entertainment, hot roast rolls and morning and afternoon teas available for a minimal fee. Westmont chief executive officer Peter de Koeyer said the facility was pleased to be involved in seniors celebrations - and looked forward to the event each year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are a regular participant in senior celebrations and normally do gardens or straight open

standing 30-year commitment to the music industry, youth music education and his work with marginalised and homeless communities. He has been awarded Australian of the Year Local Hero 2008, Anzac of the Year 2009, an Honorary Doctorate and an Order of Australia in the Queen's Birthday Honours in 2009. Welch will perform songs from his early childhood, including his most loved musicals My Fair Lady, Kismet, Man of La Mancha and The Music Man, along with Australian ballads and popular songs like â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;You Raise Me Upâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. A morning tea will be held at 9.30am. Bookings are essential at The Cube Wodonga on (02) 6022 9311.

days,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This year we decided to do something a little bit different and incorporate some colour and movement in the form of these vehicles. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There will be static displays and heritage vehicles doing free rides around the Baranduda area, perhaps bringing back memories for some people.â&#x20AC;? Presently, Westmont is home to about 150 residents. The residential aged care facility is at capacity, with a long waiting list. Some assisted living apartments remain unoccupied and independent living villas are being built as they are required. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are building our community over the next five to 10 years,â&#x20AC;? Mr de Koeyer said. The vehicle display and open day runs from 10am to 3pm, with tours of the facility every hour from 10.30am. Phone Westmont on (02) 6043 9999 for further information.

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ONE of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finest tenors will feature in the final days of the City of Wodonga Senior Celebrations 2012. Jonathon Welch, who is best-known as the man behind the ABC TV smash hit series Choir of Hard Knocks, will perform at The Cube Wodonga on Tuesday, 30 October at 10.30am. Welch is a multi-award winning singer, conductor, teacher, songwriter and recording artist. Making his debut with Dame Joan Sutherland at the Sydney Opera House in the Merry Widow 1988, Welch has more than 60 stage roles to his credit and has performed extensively in opera, musicals and in concert.

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Don’t stall, be on one Where pink dollars go CANCER Council Victoria is urging Wodonga residents to volunteer their time to support Pink Ribbon Day activities on Monday, 22 October. The annual fund-raiser helps support the 3499 Victorian women – including 21 from Wodonga - who will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Sadly, each year 763 women in Victoria lose their life to the disease – three whom are from Wodonga. Pink Ribbon Day raises awareness of breast cancer with the sale of merchandise and pink ribbons, which are the international symbol of support and recognition for women affected by breast cancer. The fund-raiser raises money for breast cancer research, prevention programs and support services. This year the Cancer Council hopes to raise $1million in Victoria. “We’re eager to recruit volunteers across Victoria to help man our stalls on Pink Ribbon Day, by selling pink ribbons and other merchandise,” CCV spokesperson Kate Delbridge said. “Every cent raised through our stalls will go directly to funding our breast cancer research and providing support services to women affected by the disease. If you’re able to offer a morning or afternoon to help out on a Pink Ribbon Day stall, we’d love to hear from you.” If you’d like to help, contact Lynette Phuong on 03 9635 5201 or at lynette.phuong@cancervic.org.au.

“THINK Pink” is the message from the Cancer Council for Australians in October. And the Cancer Council NSW hopes to raise $3 million through Pink Ribbon. “Stop and Pink with friends, family and work colleagues and help the only charity that funds and supports the entire breast cancer journey for patients and their families,” is their motto. $5 pays for an Information Support Pack to be sent to someone who has just been diagnosed with cancer and needs information on treatment and assistance options. $25 covers a Helpline consultant phone call that will provide information and support for people affected by breast cancer. $50 pays for an hour from a research assistant. $100 pays for the collection and processing of a set of blood specimens to be kept in the biobank, a vital resource for future genetic and lifestyle research relating to

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HAPPY DAYS… Women readying to watch a TV show on Pink Ribbon Day.

EVERY day, 48 Australian women are told they have breast or gynaecological cancer. It’s a horrifying statistic – and one which led to the formation of Pink Ribbon Day. And you, yes you, can play a big role in taking on the fight against cancer in women. Why don’t you – or the company you work for – organise a

pink-flavoured morning or afternoon tea, lunch, raffle or sports day. Or maybe you can sell merchandise or work on a stall. Whatever you do, don’t keep the information ‘mum’. Cancer councils across the country urge people to spread the message. So go to it and help lower the number of women hit by cancer.

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Reduce the risk at Fernwood WITH all the media dos and dont’s floating around the C-word, you can count on exercise as a sure thing to lower your risk of cancer. “Evidence shows that 30 to 60 minutes of physical activity per day significantly reduces the risk of breast cancer,” said a report written by the World Health Organisation. So why not start now with Fernwood’s latest offer - 14 days gym access for just $20 in support of Pink Ribbon Day. Studies have also shown strenuous exercise through adolescent years and constant exercise

throughout life will also reduce the risk of women getting cancer. One study concluded that women who exercised moderately after a diagnosis of breast cancer, had improved survival rates compared with more sedentary women. “We have a personal trainer who is also a physio who can help you with any programs you may need,” said Ann Wilkesmann, the owner of Fernwood Albury. “All our staff at Fernwood - instructors, members and personal trainers - are all female.”

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Every dollar helps have gone through breast cancer. It affects them financially, it affects the kids, relationships, even maintaining the house. “The impact is often not fully realised until someone has come through and survived.” The high cost of treatments, time off work and travel can send families to financial ruin. Which is why systems such as the Mortgage Assistance Scheme from Housing NSW are so valuable. However, the real backbone of financial assistance for cancer sufferers stems from fund-raising. With so many selfless people donating and organising

fund-raisers, women with cancer can be comforted in knowing they are not alone - financially or otherwise. Like many groups in Albury Wodonga, the women of Wodonga Real Estate are doing their bit. “The girls have organised a girls night in for staff,” Fran said. “We did invite the boys, but it’s a pyjama party and beauty night. It’s a donation to get in and we’re going to raise money that way.” Wodonga Real Estate owner Vicki Hodgson said “you cannot let the side down.” “You have to do all you can to support and fund that research.”

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WE know the myriad of effects of cancer are not strictly contained within one person. Emotionally, mentally, and, to some degree, physically, families experience a high cost when one person is struck ill. But what about practical hardship? This is an area where Wodonga Real Estate’s Fran Wernert sees first-hand the devastating effects of families struck by cancer. “It doesn’t matter whether it’s a landlord, vendor or tenant, of which we are all one,” she said. “It has a massive impact. “We have a number of tenants who

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Staying abreast of things MAMMOGRAMS are known to be one of the more uncomfortable tests women can undergo, but are a necessity given the prevalence of breast cancer in our modern society. But a digital imaging machine at the Gardens X-Ray Group is helping to make the test a little more comfortable. It has been given an appreciative applause from women across the Border over the past year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The customer response has been really good,â&#x20AC;? Wayne Ashton of the X-Ray Group said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Patients can come knowing they have the most comfortable, most technologically advanced systems available.â&#x20AC;? The Philips MamoDiagnost DR machine provides high quality digital imaging with more comfort and less radiation for patients.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The image quality is the best you can get and the dose of radiation is as low as you can get,â&#x20AC;? Wayne said. A year on and the system is still the most current of its kind and can only be found locally at the X-Ray Group. The stereotactic biopsy device has also been â&#x20AC;&#x153;a huge success.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;The device has been fantastic for the patients who have needed it,â&#x20AC;? Wayne said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It means they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have to travel out of town ... it allows the radiologist to place the needle exactly where the legion theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re looking at biopsying is.â&#x20AC;? Mr Ashton believes the $250,000 the MamoDiagnost machine cost, was money well spent. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the investment weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve made to give our patients the best available care,â&#x20AC;? he added.

BLONDE BEAUTIESâ&#x20AC;Ś Amanda Kotzur and daughter Sophia. us closer to the future we want for our children. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have two children, two and four years old. I hope that when theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re adults we have the equipment, the medicine and the technology to procure it, so they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t become a statistic,â&#x20AC;? Amanda said.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;I hope people also have the right access so that people without private insurance can still have the same quality of treatment and people who live rurally can have the same medical opportunities as those who live in the city.â&#x20AC;?

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ONE of Wodongaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fastest growing estates, White Box Rise, boasts of ecofriendliness and offers a healthy, active lifestyle - a lifestyle with no room for cancer. â&#x20AC;&#x153;White Box Riseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s whole philosophy is about being eco-friendly,â&#x20AC;? land sales manager Amanda Kotzur said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You can walk to the shop, the doctor, the athletics track, the school and the aquatic centre. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve delivered massive amounts of parkland so people can be surrounded by and encouraged to utilise the environment.â&#x20AC;? Aside from being an astute businesswoman, Amanda is also a young mother, representing and reminding us just what this means in an age of high incidence of cancers in women. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I met a young lady who suffered through cancer in real estate. We struck up a relationship and I watched her through her journey. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She was very inspirational - a survivor. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She was so young. She has a daughter and for me it put things in perspective. It can affect any age and as a mother, you want to see your children grow up.â&#x20AC;? Although time and money are precious, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s important to be reminded that every hour or dollar we donate is taking

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The two-way street of volunteering STUDENTS and faculty at the Albury Wodonga Community College know the importance of education and ‘giving back’, when it comes to women’s cancer. Starting with education through health programs and visits from health workers, students can look forward to soon participating in a symbolic relationship with local fund-raising organisations. “We have a health program to educate the students on cancer and a health worker who talks to the students about women’s and girls issues,” Marg Crisp, the education officer at the college, said. “We find students have people in their family with cancer and they may not know how to deal with it and find it difficult to cope. “That’s one of the reasons why education on

the issue is so important – it’s a challenge. “We’re trying to get them back into education with a long-term outlook as to where they are in the workforce. “We would definitely like to be involved with women’s cancer groups. We would like to actually get the students working as volunteers. “It’s a two-way street … we have them linking into those networks and then participating and helping those networks.” The college will be having a cupcake sale to local businesses to raise money for Pink Ribbon Day. “Next year we will send out notifications for local businesses and send the students to those participating businesses. We are hoping to both give back to and utilise the community to mentor and teach the students.”

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Celebrating 60 years Best in the family business

TWIN TOWERSâ&#x20AC;Ś Brett Drinnan, manager of Dysons at Wodonga, stands between two showpiece buses.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all in the family

FAMILY has always been the â&#x20AC;&#x153;core and common valueâ&#x20AC;? of Dysons. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is this attribute, above all else, which has made Dysons what it is today â&#x20AC;Ś and what it will continue to be through future generations,â&#x20AC;? a company statement said. Care and respect, honesty, accountability and teamwork, are the four pillars which Dysons operate by, according to Brett Drinnan, the North East Regional Manager of Dysons. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Without these, we do not have the basis for a successful company,â&#x20AC;? Mr Drinnan said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At Dysons, we take pride in what we do and how we do it.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are mindful of our place in the community and, in turn, what we can provide it through our services. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dysons are a company with vision. We constantly look for opportunities to propel ourselves into the future to make our existence secure in the area of public transport.â&#x20AC;? Mr Drinnan said the public transport network locally was â&#x20AC;&#x153;first rate.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;We offer the latest ultra-low floor vehicles which allow for easy ingress and aggress for the disabled and the infirm, with the vehicles being fully air-conditioned for passenger comfort.â&#x20AC;?

CLOSE KNITâ&#x20AC;Ś Lance Deacon, Les Dyson, Maisie Deacon, Tracey Dyson (back), Col Dyson, Anita Dyson, Jen Stewart, Brad Dyson, Lachlan Dyson and Roy Dyson are descendants of founder Laurie Dyson.

DYSONS Bus Lines were one of three businesses who were the first inductees into the Victorian chapter of the Family Business Australia Hall of Fame. The award was made to Dysons at a Hall of Fame ceremony during the annual state conference of FBA in Melbourne earlier this year. Haymes Paint and Wittners Australia were the other recipients recognised for making a significant contribution to Victoria. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We recognise the work Dysons have done in Victoria for decades,â&#x20AC;? founding FBA chairman David Smorgon said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The national presence they have demonstrates that family businesses are really something special.â&#x20AC;? Dysons and the other award winners were said by the FBA to have â&#x20AC;&#x153;exemplified the fundamentals of successful multi-generational family businesses.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Each generation of these businesses has built on the reputation for quality their parents and grandparents worked so hard to establish,â&#x20AC;? Trudy Alcoe, executive officer of FBA in Victoria, said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When Laurie Dyson bought a bus business from his old boss in 1952, he had four â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;clapped outâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; buses. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sixty years later, Dysons operates more than 350 buses and coaches from Melbourne up to the Northern Territory.â&#x20AC;?

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Celebrating 60 years On the buses – by accident

ROYAL RIDE… Cobb & Co delivered mail many, many years ago.

Cobb and Co Dysons took over the title when it purchased the Bell Street Bus Company in the early 2000s. “The naming rights will give you plenty. They will mean as much as anything you’ve done, or will do,” a longtime and senior figure at Cobb and Co said at the time.

She started in the Melbourne suburb of Reservoir, now the headquarters are at Bundoora. “My grandfather had amazing vision for this place - he knew this part of the world would flourish,” Margie commented on the present site. “And he had vision for the company. “His main goal was to create jobs for his family, in particular. “He wanted the business to do well and grow. He would be amazed at how big the company is today - there are about 700 employees. He would be a very proud man.” One could say Laurie Dyson made an investment … an investment that without his ability to gain and maintain loyal friendships, an exceptional work ethic and a family who offered devout support, could have seen what is now a thriving transport business, collapse in its infancy. Laurie Dyson passed away in 1984, aged 80.

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FROM the heart of the city to the shadows of the CBD … it was a move that had to be made. The Dyson Group of Companies officially began operating in the Wodonga region on 2 July, 2008, when it purchased Mylon Motorways, a family-owned business that had been operating in Wodonga for just over a century. Then the depot was in High Street – handy to “this, that and everything.” However, it was to be only a matter of time before a move had to be made. The vehicle entrance at 153 High St became overworked, the entry and exit being via a rear street and having to be negotiated through a public car park. Some vehicles had to be parked in another yard off-site. So a much roomier site was bought in July, 2009. Fast forward to the present day and the nearly two hectares at 18-20 Moloney Drive, Wodonga, can hold 70 vehicles, the workshop is capable of handling four vehicles at any one time and includes a detail bay and wash bay. And whereas getting buses in and out of the site had been a nightmare at High St, this isn’t the case at the site in the industrial estate adjacent to the Hume Freeway. The move could be called progress, in more ways than one.

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A very, very big part of history. That’s what Dysons got into a decade ago when they bought the iconic Cobb and Co. Now many companies loosely call themselves “iconic”, however, Cobb and Co never had to. It just is.

THE year was 1952. Laurie Collins Dyson was working as a bus driver, struggling to make ends meet when his boss, Ned Gastin, passed away. Then aged 48, Laurie was offered the business – which was four ‘clapped out’ buses and the rights to one route. Oh, and he had a 13-yearold apprentice mechanic and two drivers. You could say L.C. Dysons Bus Services started by accident. Not so its growth, as today there are about 350 buses and 700 employees in Victoria. With headquarters in Melbourne, Dysons has depots at Bairnsdale, Moama, Leongatha, Kyneton and, of course, Wodonga. Margie Hill remembers her late grandfather, Laurie Dyson, fondly. “He was a man of vision,” Margie said. “I started working for the company 28 years ago, when I was 15,” Margie, who is the events and social club co-ordinator at Dysons, said.

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Celebrating 60 years

Bus down memory lane A TRIP down memory lane â&#x20AC;&#x201C; highlighted by a Road Show â&#x20AC;&#x201C; is how Dysons celebrated its 60th anniversary. On 1 June, L.C. Dysonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bus Services Pty. Ltd. chalked up six decades in the passenger transport industry. The Road Show visited Dysons six depots at Wodonga, Kyneton, Leongatha, Bairnsdale, Moama and Melbourne over a four-month period. The â&#x20AC;&#x153;remember whenâ&#x20AC;? over lunch at each venue was surrounded by an impressive display of memorabilia and three meticulously restored

historical buses. Guests at each Road Show included Dyson family members from five generations, past and present staff and various business clientele. Dysons became a member of FBA (Family Business Australia) in 2003 and has twice been honoured with FBAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Family Business of the Year â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Third Generation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Victoriaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Family Business of the Year â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Third Generation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Nationalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; awards in 2003 and 2009. The awards celebrate the achievements of Australian family businesses and their contribution to our lives, culture and the

Australian economy. Dysons, started with four buses by founder Laurie Dyson, now operates 350 coaches and has about 700 staff. It is one of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest coach operators and offers local charter and luxury tour coaches, including major event transport special services, Victorian Government V/Line contracted rail replacement services and Department of School Education contracted services, school route services, including special community and district contracts and short distance metropolitan commuter services.

REMEMBERINGâ&#x20AC;Ś Buses from 1983 (left) and 1967. Memorabilia from Dysons Road Show.

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ICONIC… that’s how Jazz basement owner Graeme Cook describes Paul Williamson’s Hammond Combo.

What a Combo, so jazz it up By TREVOR JACKSON DESCRIBED as a Melbourne music institution, Paul Williamson’s Hammond Combo is bringing its highenergy, upbeat sounds back to the Jazz basement tonight. The band has been somewhat of a regular fixture at the Border venue. Having played the first Jazz basement gig in 2004, they’ve since returned several times, on occasion with Motown legend Gil Askey of Dianna Ross and Stevie Wonder fame. Frontman, vocalist and saxophonist, Paul Williamson, has played with some of the biggest Australian and international acts, including Deep Purple, Dire Straits, Jo Jo Zepp and Men at Work, to name a few. Likewise, Tim Neal has a wealth of experience, including working with The Swingin’ Sidewalks, The Feelin’ Groovies and Banana Oil. He brings the classic sounds of the B3 Hammond organ to the stage. Drummer and vocalist, Mike Jordan, is well known in jazz circles for his work with the Brian Brown Ensemble and Art Attack.

Venue owner Graeme Cook said the band had proved popular with jazz and blues fans in the region. “Their last Jazz basement gig was October 2006, so it has been a long time between drinks,” he said. “They are a great combo and an iconic Melbourne-based group.” Attendances have continued to grow at the Gateway Island venue, with newcomers and a loyal, regular fan base. And while Mr Cook said they strived to provide the best quality gigs possible, attracting many overseas artists in the process, the venue also helped produce a solid following. “We’ve worked very hard over the years to make the gigs happen,” he said. “Musicians certainly recognise this and enjoy coming here. “The room produces a great sound and we have a great sound engineer in Callum Gough. “We have been attracting interest from lots of international artists.” Tonight’s gig kicks off at 8pm, with the bar open from 7.30pm.

Migrant move is moving footage IN 1924, Italian film director Angelo Drovetti embarked on an epic 8000 nautical mile voyage with his movie camera. The result, Dall’Italia All’Australia, (from Italy to Australia), is regarded by many as the most comprehensive film made of any migrant voyage. Melbourne writer and historian Anthony De Bolfo will introduce and commentate on this early silent film at Chiltern’s Star Theatre tomorrow night. The film showcases the panoramic views witnessed by Italian, Yugoslav, Greek, Arabic and Jewish migrants as they stood atop the deck of the Regina d’Italia (Queen of Italy) during their seven-week world odyssey from Genoa to Australia, by way of Egypt, the Suez Canal and Sri Lanka, arriving here in September 1924. The film is also accompanied by a soundtrack of lively Italian folk music by Aria award- winning musicians, “I Viaggiatori” - The Voyagers. The cost of the film, barbecue tea, discussion and supper is $20, or $10 for the film at 8.15pm. Children are half-price. Bookings to Lois Hotson on (03) 57 261 358 or hotson@ westnet.com.au

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A bloody masterpiece MOVIE: Killing Them Softly DURATION: 97 minutes IN a triumphant display of breathtaking cinematography and sublime acting, director Andrew Dominik has artfully created a fly-on-the-wall view of crime as a way of life. Every word is meaningful, every breath is noted, every bead of sweat is tasted - and the violence? The violence is raw, fleshy, savage and delicate. Having adapted the 1974 novel, Cogan’s Trade by George Higgins, Killing Them Softly is set in the gloom of New Orleans and tells the story of a heist that goes wrong. Two exceptionally dumb guys fresh out of jail are

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Thirty years ago, only a small percentage of products looked to the market on price alone. Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fixation on price alone has reduced the ratio of product offerings. However, quality products are still available. You do not purchase a television without seeing or hearing it on normal everyday programs, similarly you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t judge a sound system until you listen to a sound system at normal listening levels - and comparing the sound systems for the richness of sound in the middle frequency region. Middle frequencies are where most vocal activity occurs. And the older you get, the more it makes sense to invest in a better sound system without the bells and whistles.

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THE successful return to Australia for hifi shows in 2011 has provided the country with an annual event rotated between Melbourne and Sydney. Sheraton on the Park in Sydney is this weekend hosting the 2012 version. With larger demonstration rooms - and 60 premium brands - this will be the largest exhibition of fine audio the country has seen. I will discuss the many new and future product releases, plus cutting-edge products that were on display at the Australian Audio and Video Show, in my next column.

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It’s not kids’ stuff ents and guardians are encouraged to play and interact with the colourful displays. Under the Story Bed space is for children aged two to seven. Up until 11 November, children will be encouraged to venture into a magical world and enjoy the books, toys, games, puzzles and crafts. Learning and Outreach Co-ordinator Caryn Giblin said Under the Story Bed was a wonderful world for little people

to “let their imagination run wild.” “The exhibition encourages children, parents and caregivers to turn their children’s bedrooms into simple, inexpensive creative play areas.” A special Under the Story Bed storytime happens at 11am between Monday and Saturday during the exhibition. An outdoor play space will also be held in conjunction with the Applause Festival in QEII Square on Saturday.

What’s on TOMORROW � Antiques and collectables valuation day at Albury Library Museum. 10am-4 pm. Conducted by Elizabeth Stevens, antiques valuer, radio 2UE. $5 per item. � Thurgoona Community Market and Car Boot Sale. St. John’s Church grounds, 288 Table Top Road, Thurgoona. Produce, gifts, family fun. 8am-1pm. Gold coin donation. Enquiries, 0437 050 279. � Wodonga Toy Library open every Saturday 9am-noon at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries, 0404 936 208. � Albury Toy Library open 10am–11am. Enquiries, email alburytoys@gmail.com � Applause Festival. QEII Square and Dean Street, Albury. Buskers, street performers, musicians, pavement art. 11am-5pm. Enquiries, 02 6021 7775. � The Bright Spring Festival. Street and river markets, open gardens and workshops, food and wine events. Various locations Great Alpine Road, Bright. Enquiries, www.visitvictoria.com/regions/HighCountry/Events/Community/Bright-Spring-Festival.

SUNDAY � Yackandandah Garden Club presents three open gardens. Plant stalls, devonshire teas, tickets and directions at Senior Citizens Hall, Wellsford Street, Yackandandah. Entry $10 for three gardens. 10am4pm. Enquiries, 02 6027 1786. � The Little Me Markets. Albury Wodonga’s first boutique market. Coffee, toys, live music, jewellery, face painting, artwork, gift cards, clothes. Sumsion Gardens, Wodonga. 10am-2pm. Enquiries, 0421 082 388. www.littlememarket.com � Community Wood Fired Oven. Cook, share, learn and eat together with oven co-ordinator. Hovell Tree Park, Wodonga Place, Albury. Free entry. 3pm-8pm. Enquiries, 02 6023 8753. MONDAY � General meeting of Albury Hume Probus Club. 10am– noon. Commercial Club. All welcome. TUESDAY � Wodonga Toy Library open every Tuesday noon1.30pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries, 0404 936 208.

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Location, location, location By TREVOR JACKSON WE’VE all heard the often used catch-phrase of the above headline, but this property can boast just that. The opportunity to create something special is presented in one of the best streets in Wodonga’s sought-after Willow Rise Estate. Privacy is assured, and adds to the appeal, with neighbours on one side and a green belt and park on the other. Here you’ll find easy access to the city’s walking and cycling trails, while a short drive to Pearce Street ensures convenient access to the city’s major road distributors. The home lends itself to the handyman/renovator, providing the perfect blank canvas for those willing to use a bit of elbowgrease and reap the rewards further down the track. It’s all there – it just needs a little TLC to create your own oasis. New carpets, paint and ducted heating and cooling ensure the necessities are in place, ready to add your touches. Step down into the sunken, formal lounge room for those cosy nights entertaining family or friends. A brick feature wall, complete with arch leads to the main dining area, with access to a small

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High fives for TV show THE only weekly television show about the local property market, MPTV, has just entered its fifth season. Almost 300,000 people are watching across Australia and online to learn more about the market and the selling, buying and leasing of real estate. Unlike reality TV shows about real estate, MPTV provides the basic advice you need to make informed decisions about real estate. The show is screened every Tuesday at 7.30pm on TV4ME (digital 74 or 64 depending on your location) and repeated on Thursday at 7pm. Hosted by Des Dowling, MPTV visits a different suburb each week, meeting the experts and providing viewers with important information about the local area and its market. The show has visited over 40 different locations: from Bendigo to Fitzroy; from Point Cook to Pakenham. The weekly panel looks at topical issues, like should you renovate or build a new home from scratch? How do you choose the right real estate agent? How do you make the switch from owneroccupier to investor? Each of these segments is available for viewing and reference at a later date from www.melbournepropertytv.com The show is backed by a range of real estate professionals, including the REIV, Fletchers, Infolio Property Advisers, ME Bank, Archicentre, HIA, Empower Wealth, NRAS Superstore and Stewart Title Limited. Experts from each organisation provide advice and quality information. Importantly, every Monday morning you can watch a two-minute market wrap online, which reviews the performance of the market over the previous week in most parts of Australia. To view, just visit www.reiv.com.au on Monday mornings or watch the Tweet from @REIVictoria.

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CLINTON HARVEY 0408 605 950 ON DUTY

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Unlimited access to yard with 2 separate driveways Large lounge with character raked ceilings Great paved outdoor entertaining area

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Ultra modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a walk in pantry

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Brand new four bedroom home with ducted heating & cooling, open plan tiled living opening to alfresco area. Sleek kitchen with dishwasher and gas cook top. Ensuite and WIR to master, BIRs to other bedrooms, enclosed yard, rainwater tank, DLUG with remote and internal access. Avail now

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This charming lifestyle property offers three bedrooms with BIRs plus study, ensuite to master, dining / family with polished timber floor, kitchen with views, DW, ducted cooling throughout and the property has solar mains boosted powered. Outside, the easy care garden setting offers DLUG with remote, single carport, wood shed, chook yard and your own back yard creek. Avail now

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Griffith St $130pw Avail 24.10.12 1 BR unit, BIR, lounge, gas heating, airconditioning, no pets. Baelon St $150pw Avail now Central 2 BR unit, BIRs, carport, Lawns incl. No pets. South St $195pw Avail 23.10.12 2 BR unit, 2-storey, S/S cool, gas heat, encl courtyard, lawn maint incl. Lawrence St $215pw Avail 13.12.12 Central 3 BR unit, BITs, gas heat, AC, full bathroom, secure yard, carport. Bassett St $310pw Avail 20.12.12 Executive 3 BR townhouse, S/S heat/cool, ENS, low maintenance yard, DLUG. High St $340pw Avail now Custom designed 2 BR, S/S heat/cool, ENS, modern kitchen, built in fridge.

Burnley St $225pw Avail now Spacious 3 BR home, gas heat, BIRs, ceiling fans, large yard, SLUG. Lawrence St $250pw Avail now 3 BR home, gas heating, AC, 2-way bathroom, encl yard, carport. Bruce St $270pw Avail 30.10.12 3 BR home, S/S heat/cool, gas heater, ENS, BIRs, pergola, DLUG, no pets. Lutzen Cl, Baranduda $280pw Avail 20.10.12 Neat 3 BR home, BIRs, ducted cooling, gas heating, dbl garage, large encl yard, pergola. Draw Crt $310pw Avail now 3 BR home, gas heating, ducted cooling, 2-way bathroom, encl yard, SLUG. Streets Rd $380pw Avail now Quality 3 BR home, ducted cooling, gas heating, DW, ENS, encl yard, DLUG, alfresco. Castleton St $400pw Avail 27.10.12

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Whistler Conc $400pw Avail now Beautiful 4 BR, 3 living, ENS, ducted heat & cool + S/S, DW, ducted vacuum, DLUG.

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Daly St, Lavington $350pw Avail now 3 BR home, 2 living, ducted heat/cool, ENS, DW, established encl yard, 7.2 x 9m shed, DLUG, huge pergola. Western View Dr, Albury $365pw Avail now 2-storey, 5 BR home, 2 bath, BIRs, S/S air-con, gas heat, rumpus, courtyard, carport.

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Rachel Crt, Lavington $250pw Avail now 2 BR townhouse, BIRs, DW, S/S heat/cool, enclosed Isaacs Ave, Yackandandah $270pw Avail 1 week yard, SLUG with remote. 3 BR home, 2-way bathroom, wood + NOBO Union Rd, Nth Albury $255pw Avail now heating, ducted cooling, 6x4 shed. 3 BR home, BIRs, S/S heat/cool, full bathroom, Ben Valley Lane, Yackandandah $350pw Avail rumpus, undercover deck, encl yard, shed. 19.10.12 Allan St, Albury $310pw Avail now Charming 4 BR home, ENS, DW, AC, wood heating, 3 BR townhouse, ducted heat & cool, ENS, full bathroom, DW, encl yard, DLUG, pergola. carport, views, orchard.

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$359,000 6.8% yield Destined To Impress • Four bedroom home will suit the most discerning buyer. • Master with en-suite and walk in robe, BIRs to other 3 BRs • Ultra modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances • Ducted heating and cooling • Undercover outdoor living area, double lock up garage with remote • Side access for boat/ caravan

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$149,000 6.1% yield. The Perfect Investment. Currently leased at $175 per week until December 2012 • Spacious open plan living, new carpet, gas wall furnace and reverse cycle AC • Two generous size bedrooms with built in robes • Updated large kitchen • Single carport • Small enclosed low maintenance yard

• Parklands, playgrounds and walking tracks at your doorstep

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$240,000 6% yield Move In Spring. Currently let at $280pw until October 2012 • Lounge with downlights, ceiling fan and split system heating and cooling • Kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher and a pantry. • Undercover outdoor entertaining area • Double lock up garage and a garden shed. • All this set on a large 917m² allotment in a very quiet court location

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Classifieds FLY ROD, Gandalf, Hardy reel, wet and dry lines, jacket and flies. $500 the lot. (02) 6043-1541.

AB CIRCLE, as new, used few times, EC. $100. 0423 081 786.

GARDEN SHED, brand new in box, gable roof, window, zinc, 6m x 3m $900. 0423 081 786.

AGAPANTHAS, 5, blue, potted. $20 the lot. 0434 396 842.

GENERATOR, 20l tank, 240v key start, rated output 5kw 50Hz, used once, EC. $700. 0423 081 786.

ASSORTED, chase lounge, navy/blue, GC. $200. Dining suite, wooden table, 6 seats, GC. $350. Air conditioner, Kelvinator, with remote, VGC. $300. 0423 806 699.

GLASS GRINDING MACHINE, for leadlight, as new, with all tools, glass, spare grinding heads. $450. (02) 60402774, 0417 066 855.

BED FRAME, girls, cream, with slats, GC. $30. 0423 081 786. BED, double, mattress and base, GC. $85. 0422 503 100.

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GOLF CLUBS, full set plus, as new condition. $150ono. 0409 453 019.

GYM EQUIPMENT, weight bench, leg extension, preacher attachment, rowing attachment, lat pulldown, dip bar, straight spinlop bar, ezy spinlop bar, 160kg of weight plates. $500ono. (02) 6026-4131, 0400 475 751. KITCHEN, beige, laminte, includes appliances, VGC. $500ono. (02) 6024-2450.

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PRESSURE WASHER, portable, 3000 psi, brand new, with pressure hose. $300. 0423 081 786.

WASHING MACHINE, Fisher and Paykel, top loader, 6.5Kg, EC. $360. 0408 237 342.

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

MASSAGE THERAPISTS

R/C NITRO CAR, gas powered, Y8, 4WD, buggy, Dominator, 25R. $500. 0400 633 016.

ADVERTISERS in this section are qualified practitioners and are offering a non-sexual service.

SEWING, Horn sewing cabinet, with Elna sewing machine and accessories. $300ono. 0421 832 253.

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BIKE, girls, green, Huffy, in great condition. $30. 0423 081 786. CHAINSAW, brand new, 62CC, 22” bar. $200. 0457 353 871. West Wodonga.

LOUNGE, modular, 6 seater, EC. $400ono. 0409 563 619. MIXER AMP, 6 channel and 15”, powered, fold back, EC. $400. 0429 088 238.

CLUB LOUNGE, 3 piece, gold velvet, EC. $395ono. 0422 503 100. COUCH, 3 seater, fawn material. $60. (02) 60275256.

DINING SUITE, timber, walnut, 6 chairs, octagonal table, extendable. $230 ono. 0437 276 828. ELECTRIC BED, double, adjustable, VGC. $1,500 ono. (02) 6043-2090.

ELLIPTIC EXERCISER, with small computer, GC. $20. 0423 081 786.

MOBILITY SCOOTER, Bolwell, top of the range, as new, always garaged, features - full canopy with sides, arm rests, front and rear baskets, rear view mirrors, indicators, head and tail lights, headrest, safe and easy to operate, good battery. $2,800. Phone (02) 6071-0210 for further information or demo. OIL PAINTING, Seascape, blues, 39” x 29”. $200. 0425 271 848. Albury.

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

WATER 15 LITRES $4.95

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PETS & SERVICES ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE

BRIDAL & DEB WEAR

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AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER, Pup, pure bred, vet checked, vaccinated, non moulting, microchip no. 000146244609. $700. 0427 261 664. Chiltern. AVIARY ITEMS, carry boxes, heated perches, nets etc. $100 the lot. 0421 832 253.

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DEB DRESS, size 12, full length, strapless, fitted bodice with gloves. $300. (02)6024-7754. Wodonga.

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

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

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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 12 October 2012:

APPROVED DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS DA NUMBER

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SITUATIONS VACANT

10.2010.30170.3

Modification of Consent – Residence, Carport & Colorbond Shed

63 Landscape Lane SPLITTERS CREEK

WALKERS WANTED

10.2012.31686.1

Dual Occupancy Development – 2 Units & 2 Lot Strata Title Subdivision

232 Vickers Road LAVINGTON

10.2012.31721.1

Laundry Facility

853, 857 Leslie Drive & 858 Knight Road NORTH ALBURY

10.2012.31821.1

Alts & Adds to Albury Base Hospital – PET Scanner Facility

201 Borella Road EAST ALBURY

10.2012.31827.1

Change of Use – Office & Internal Fit Out

1/330 Griffith Road LAVINGTON

10.2012.31834.1

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10.2012.31840.1

Colorbond Shed

16 Nullah Court TABLE TOP

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CARAVANS & TRAILERS

DICKIE SEATS, for Landcruiser, 1989 model, EC. $300ono. 0432 889 502.

FIAT, 130 coupe, VGC, lots of money spent, V6, OHC motor on club plates, 38321H. $8,350ono. (02) 6025-3383.

FORD, Laser, Ghia, hatchback, auto, 1985, EC, white, only 55,000kms, one lady owner since new, always garaged, full service history, test drive welcome, RWC, perfect firsdt car. YSN-219. $4,500ono. Phone 0429 180 024, AH (02) 6024-5519. HOLDEN, Combo, 1996, 1.4 litre, 5 speed manual, AC, power steer, NSW reg UEB-848. $2,800. Phone (02) 6041-6704. Albury.

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.

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.

SUBARU, Impreza RS, 2002, 2.5L, 178,000kms, auto, silver, VGC, mechanically A1, great first reliable car, BH-31-DC. $8,300. 0423 081 786.

MOTOR CYCLE BOOTS, new with tags, Thomas Cook. $80. (02) 60256292. ROOF RACK, for Tradesmans’ van, 2.8m, EC. $300. (02) 6040-2774, 0417 066 855.

TOWING HITCH, Eaz-lift, adjustable, never used. $380. 0409 563 619.

TOYOTA, Landcruiser, HZJ105R GXL, 1998, 4.2ltr, turbo diesel, auto, 131,000kms, DM-675. $13,900. (02) 6145-2084.

MOTORHOME, Dodge 300, HD245, 76 model, 32,000kms, stove, water, 12/240 power, double bed, RWC, Vic. rego. URX-323. $8,000. 0401 491 683.

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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.

MILLARD, 2004, Weekender, single beds, poptop, 14’, minimum use, Vantec protection inside/out, EC, Q-49389. $19,000 ono. 5728-2903. Beechworth.

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.

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.

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

TOYOTA COASTER, motor home, 1976, reg as motor caravan, new motor, new tyres, tubes, XAR586, as is $11,000ono. 0429 081 177.

TRADESMAN TRAILER, new, 6x4, heavy duty, deluxe, extras included. VIN: 6FDAUFTRLAMI01029. $1,650. 0419 875 434.

FARM VEHICLES /MACHINERY

MOTORCYCLES

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.

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BMW, R1100S, 2000, 42,000kms, EC, YBD-99, $9,500. (02)6026-5406. Howlong.

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KTM 525 EXC, 2006, 6 months reg, many extras, 4,926kms, EC, FF435. $6,700. 0428 507 777. Wodonga. SUZUKI, 1996, RM250, GC, 2 stroke, $2,000. 0414 497 724 Wadonga.

CAMPER TRAILER, 2003, trek, off road, everything as new, reg Q0-38-01. $6,800. (02) 6059-6550.

CAPRICE, poptop, 16½”, front kitchen, island bed, rollout awning, single axle, 7 months NSW reg. Reduced $15,000. 0488 625 291. CARAVAN, 1984, 16’, with awning, island bed, GC, Vic. reg. $3,000ono. 0409 766 449.

CARAVAN, GC, 1980's model, new innerspring mattress, with excellent interior, includes stove, 3way fridge. $1,990ono 0432 889 502.

TRACTOR, John Deere, 6200, 4WD, 90hp, 6,242 hours, 8070 loader. $19,900. 9015-7564. Pitola.

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FIGHTING FIT… Trainer Kevin Hasler says Adam Doody is as “fit as a fiddle” for fight night. Picture: TREVOR JACKSON

Starry fight night FIGHTERS from all parts of New South Wales and Victoria will converge on the Border tomorrow for the Australian Amateur Boxing League’s Fight Night Under the Stars. Local boxers will take on all comers, with a women’s bout being a highlight. The event is at the open-air venue of the Kinross Hotel and organiser Graeme Melbourne expects a bumper crowd. “The last time we had it out at the Kinross, it attracted close to 1000 people,” he said. Melbourne said local fighters to watch included Wodonga’s Adam Doody and the John Fraw-

ley trained Josh McGrath from Albury. Doody is trained by Kevin Hasler in Wodonga, who said his 20-year-old charge is as “fit as a fiddle”. “He has had four fights, won three and lost one,” Hasler said. “He has grown as a person - his attitude, he’s a good fighter and a good guy all-round.” Doody said while he was feeling nervous, he believed his form was good. There’s the weigh-in of fighters at 1pm, with gates opening at 5.30pm for a 7pm start. There will be a raffle and auction of memorabilia.

Hope from golf classic COUNTRY Hope, a locally-based family centred support organisation for children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses, will benefit from Sunday’s annual Mayor’s Trophy golf day. Held at the challenging Commercial Golf Resort Albury, the event is an 18-hole individual stableford championship for A and B grade division - and caters for handicap and

non-handicap golfers. The event is run by Albury West Rotary Club. The day begins with registration and a barbecue at noon, followed by a shotgun start at 1pm. Entry is $45 and includes golf and lunch and a chance to win the main trophy and other events. Entry forms are available at golf clubs, golfing retailers and Rotary clubs.

Walla Walla win THEY used to get battered, now Walla Walla Croquet Club does the battering. After being in the wilderness since 2006, when it entered the interclub series, Walla Walla finally won a Battered Ball competition – a 10-match annual interclub event between Walla Walla, Albury and Wodonga. The Walla Walla ‘white’ team comprised captain Alan Hunter, Belle Cahill, Elaine Krause, Melba Muller, Merv Wegener, Ruth Kotzur and emergencies Wendy Tolley, Judy Wegener and Ross Krause. Walla Walla won eight of its 10 games, including 12-3 and 9-1 wins against Wodonga Yellow and 14-1 and 13-2 victories against Wodonga Red. Then there were close wins, against Walla Walla Green 8-7 and Albury White 8-7.

WALLA WINNERS… Back row: Ruth Kotzur, Belle Cahill, Elaine Krause, Wendy Tolley and, front row, Ross Krause, Alan Hunter, Melba Muller and Merv Wegener.


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JUST weeks ago, every man and his dog was at the Lavington Sports Complex for the grand final of the 2012 Ovens and Murray Football League. Last Saturday, there was just a woman and her dog on the outer at Lavington when the first ball was bowled in the 2012-â&#x20AC;&#x2122;13 cricket season. PETER SWEENEY captured the woman and her mutt having a ball, while the men in the middle were chasing balls.

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MATT Chahda has continued his rise up the motorsport ladder in Australia, winning his last outing in an open-wheel Formula Ford. And now the Border-based driver has the opportunity to add a bit of international experience to his resume. Chahda has been offered a drive in a Legend race car in Las Vegas for the national series final on a flat-track road circuit. Bronson Butcher, a friend who is competing in the States in the Legend series, threw Chahdaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name in the hat - and Chahda accepted an offer to drive. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll head to the States in early December. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They had a couple of seats available and were about to advertise the drive in Australia,â&#x20AC;? Chahda

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Local Sport LAVINGTON-BASED equestrian photographer Peter Orr snapped Canberra-based Eleanor Miller and her steed Kaloona Grace clearing this jump during a NSW pony club championship at the Albury-Wodonga Equestrian Centre. Some of the competition was cancelled, due to a thunderstorm and a waterlogged course. However, a talk by Olympic Games bronze medallist Shane Rose on his experiences from pony club to elite level competition more than made up for the downtime.

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A winner on all surfaces By TREVOR JACKSON THE transition from dirt to bitumen hasn’t fazed Felicity Wardlaw. In fact, the Albury Wodonga Mountain Bikers club member, who recently finished runner-up in a gruelling 24-hour mountain bike in Canberra, is making her mark on the road. She was recently victorious in the Women’s Masters Cycling Championships in Goulburn, consisting of time trial, criterium and road race stages. Wardlaw took out two gold medals and a silver to clinch the title. And last weekend she managed a credible seventh in the National Road Series Shipwreck Classic at Warrnambool, racing for the Bicycle Superstore TORQ team. After being asked to fill in for the team in a road event, Wardlaw has taken to the genre with a passion.

She says her mountain-biking fitness has helped, but the experience offered by team-mates was invaluable. “It can be daunting jumping into a national road series without having done much road cycling,” she said. “The challenge has been learning team tactics and skills for riding in a large peloton. “I have some good and experienced team members who have provided good mentoring, which is what you need when you’re quite green.” Wardlaw heads to Ballarat this weekend for the final round of the national series. She says the course should suit Border cyclist Lisa Barry. “It’d be really good to get a placing,” she said. “But it’d be better to have a couple of our riders in the top 10.”

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TRANSITION… Felicity Wardlaw has successfully made the transition from dirt to bitumen. Picture: TONY REECKMAN

“OFF and racing.” That will be the call tomorrow when the Wodonga Turf Club hosts the first of eight meetings for the 2012-’13 season. Hot on the heels will be the Melbourne Cup day fixture. Sportsmen and women from many winter sports are tomorrow expected to head for the sports marquee. “It’s $20 to get in and that includes a couple of drinks and a band,” WTC manager Brad Thomas said. “We’re expecting it to be a big hit with teams winding up their seasons. Given good weather, we’re budgeting on 2000 people on Saturday. “We’re planning on many families coming. You can bring everything except alcohol and there will be many activities for children.” The first local race is at 1.40pm, with gates opening two hours earlier.

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