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Issue #161 – Friday, November 23, 2012

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Albury Christian book shop, Word, is closing its doors. The thirdgeneration family business is suffering the wrath of the internet, like so many others. Read the full Krysten Manuel story on page 3.

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Yes it’s confronting, and yes, it makes you sad, it makes you upset to hear these stories, but the worst thing we can do is to keep being silent about it‌

Lucinda Rhook

SWEAR‌ Lucinda Rhook is urging people to go online and swear the oath in support of White Ribbon Day.

By TREVOR JACKSON ABOUT 500 women and children are assisted by Betty’s Place women’s refuge in Albury each year as a result of domestic violence. And those figures are not improving, according to chief executive of Albury Wodonga Community Network, Lucinda Rhook. Ms Rhook said while those numbers also included the Towong, Wodonga and Indigo shires, the majority were from Albury - and she says we can all play a part in reducing these “horrifying� figures.

“Part of White Ribbon Day, and the work we do at Betty’s Place, is trying to encourage people not to be silent about it any more,� she said. “Yes it’s confronting, and yes, it makes you sad, it makes you upset to hear these stories, but the worst thing we can do is to keep being silent about it.� The White Ribbon campaign is a national violence prevention campaign that aims to raise awareness among Australian men and boys about the roles they can play to prevent violence against women. Men and women across Australia are called to wear a

white ribbon or wristband as a visual symbol of their commitment and oath. And it’s this oath that Ms Rhook says can be taken by anyone who wishes to show support. “Men and women can go online to the White Ribbon website and swear the oath,� she said. “It’s all about swearing not to be silent, to say no, it’s not okay.� With White Ribbon Day this Sunday, AWNCI held a luncheon Tuesday to raise awareness of the situation here on the Border. This included a Welcome to Coun-

try delivered by Wiradjuri Elder Nancy Rooke and guest speaker, well known psychologist Ursula Benstead. Ms Rhook said the support shown from the community was pleasing, with 140 people attending. She said a major point that needed addressing was the stereotype of those suffering domestic violence, who may be seen to be a single mum on Centrelink payments, or from a low socioeconomic background. “We see women from all walks of life here,� she said. “No-one is immune from domestic

violence. All women can come across it.� White Ribbon Day is about trying to achieve a change in the attitudes and behaviours that lead to violence against women, part of which is to not stay silent. “They say good men don’t use violence, good men don’t stay silent when they see or hear about violence against women, good men lead by example and they condemn the men who choose violence,� Ms Rhook said. “That’s the whole theme of White Ribbon, for men to stop men using violence against women.�

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THE deep intensity of Ken Done’s latest exhibition has changed the way we see the artist and his beloved Sydney Harbour forever. Mr Done told NewsWeekly that one of the many complex layers drawing this exhibition together was embedded in it’s production. The therapeutic properties of painting were evoked for his own respite from prostate cancer, perhaps contributing to the powerful nature of this series. “It’s just over a year ago I was diagnosed with prostate cancer,� Mr Done said. “I underwent the operation for that on the Friday, I was home Sunday, I started work on this series of paintings on Wednesday and I stayed with them for probably about two and a half to three months. “I did nothing else but these 14-15 paintings. I chose not to be distracted by anything else and just work on these pictures.� “Most of my work has been a celebration about how beautiful Sydney Harbour is and the joys of it, so when they asked me if I would make a series of paintings about this subject, it was an immense challenge and I was very happy to do it - noone has done it before.� The paintings are an expres-

FAREWELL‌ Done has cleverly appropriated the old Japanese painting placing it second in the “Attackâ€? series. sion of both Australian and Japanese emotions 70 years after three Japanese midget submarines entered Sydney Harbour in May 1942 on a kamikaze mission. “I’ve been to war zones and I’ve been to refugee camps, but you don’t often see me painting those kinds of things. “Painting dead people is not the kind of thing that any artist would think ’well I’ll start the day with that,’ but I have been to areas of great destruction, so I knew something of that. “I didn’t want to glorify

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war. I was interested in finding out or thinking about the feelings that might have been in the minds of the young Japanese who attempted this task.� Mr Done will escort the collection to Albury just in time for Storm 1 to be unveiled - a gift to the Albury Regional Art Gallery. “I live in Sydney harbour and I like to paint it in all its forms. “The picture (Storm 1) is literally about what the sea and the rocks feel after the storm.�

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WORD Bookstore is closing down, and with it the fellowhip and wide (sometimes controversial) variety of books and media that Christians across the region have enjoyed for decades. While churches can take books on consignment and sell them, the sad thing is that many Christians will not go to other churches to purchase the items they need, in turn, highlighting the main benefit of having a non-denominational bookstore like Word. It seems that tolerance does not necessarily improve just becuase you go to church on a Sunday. Unfortunately, it is the human condition. But then again, it was also considered ‘the human condition’ to accept and actively support racism not even half a century ago, and look how far we’ve come. Short of opening another non-denominational Christian bookstore, we propose that churches in our region all purchase religious books and other media to sell through their doors. And don’t be afraid to get the more outragous, boundary-pushing variety in, it may just get the people in. We also recommend that those with a religious interest or curiosity go and get this material from wherever they need to. Don’t let yourself be bound by unfortunate religious stigma and assumption. Who knows, you might learn something.

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CLOSED‌ Luke Tischler says the closure of Word will be a great loss to the community.

By KRYSTEN MANUEL WORD Bookstore in Albury is the last Christian bookstore in the North-East region. With it’s upcoming closure, local Christians will lose more than just a shopping outlet. “Since we’ve told people we’re closing down, people have been almost mortified,� manager Luke Tischler said. “That’s a pretty strong word, but they are - we’ve had to do a bit of consoling. “We’re the type of store which is somewhat unique. If Kmart closes down you have other options, for us, you don’t.

Keep slapping it on AUSTRALIANS are being reminded that while sunscreens sold this summer could be displaying a 50+ SPF rating, they still need to be applied as often as those with lesser ratings. While the 50+ rating offers a greater choice for consumers, there is still risk involved when exposed to the sun. The new standard recognises the significant developments in sunscreen technology in recent years. The change brings Australia into line with the United States, some European countries and New Zealand, which already allow SPF50+ labeling.

“It’s been not only a bookstore, but a ministry centre where we’ve prayed for and assisted people at times.� Word in Albury has been a family business for three generations but is now, like other bookstores, suffering the effects of online shopping and e-books. “Seeing a two dimensional picture on screen is not the same,� Mr Tischler said. “Most of our shoppers are of an older generation and aren’t particularly net savvy, or don’t have the resources to go online. “The bottom line is that they prefer shopping in store.�

Another option is for local churches to purchase books on consignment, though this poses problems of its own. “Some people would be hesitant to go to a church for a book,� Mr Tischler explains. “For example, some people might not want to go to a Pentecostal or Anglican church, even if there’s a book they want. “Unfortunately that can be some people’s mindset, there’s automatically a boundary in their mind as far as going to a store associated with a church.� Word Albury will close on Friday November 27.

Harrison’s in the swim WODONGA swimmer Harrison Lowe was this week awarded the Wodonga Council Young Achiever Support Scheme (YASS) award for November. The 14-year-old has excelled in freestyle and butterfly events and from October, 2011 to May, 2012, held the seventh fastest time for his age group in Australia for the 50m butterfly. For two years running, he was awarded age champion in the Ov-

ens and Murray swimming championships, this year breaking four individual and two relay records. Throughout the year, Harrison also competed as part of the Wodonga Swimming Club relay at Age Nationals in Brisbane. He also finished second in the 50m butterfly and fourth in the 50m freestyle for his age group at the Victorian Sprint Championships. Next month, Harrison will

represent Wodonga at the Victorian Age Championships in Melbourne where he will compete in 11 events including the boys 14 years 100m butterfly, 100m freestyle, 50m freestyle and 200m freestyle. The YASS provides financial assistance to young people to participate, develop skills, compete, perform or represent Wodonga in their chosen endeavour at a state, national or international level.

WODONGA’S youth will soon enjoy the benefits of the Midnight Basketball program. With a starting date of Friday, 3 May now confirmed, the organising committee is seeking assistance to ensure the tournament’s success. With the success of the program in Albury, Wodonga representative Cameron Elston said those involved were excited to have the tournament up and running and were looking for the same level of support from the Wodonga community. Midnight Basketball consists of more than just a game. It includes a hearty meal, life-skill workshops and basketball, with a motto of No Workshop, No Jumpshot. “Midnight Basketball is a national social inclusion program,� he said. “It’s designed to help the youth identify and embrace positive opportunities and try to take them away from some of the anti-social behaviour that can occur when they’re left to their own devices on weekends and late at night. “We’ve been excited so far with the support from the community. Now we’re starting our media campaign, we’re hoping the people will see this as an opportunity to help the youth, which will just feed back into the community.� Mr Elston said the program was essentially owned by Wodonga council, but run by volunteers, which they now hoped to recruit for the up-coming season. “We’re looking for two types of support at the moment,� he said. “Firstly we’re looking for support from businesses in the form of financial support. We have a variety of different packages that start from a bronze support program, which is assisting with one of our tournaments, all the way up to a platinum program which is to assist with our tournaments over a two-year period, but we’re also willing to accept any sponsorship from businesses. “Secondly we’re looking for volunteers from the community. “We have a range of different roles we need to fill to help the program run, from bus assistants or drivers to general assistants, people to keep score, people to assist with catering and people to assist with the workshops.� Mr Elston said those who could assist, whether for a single night or long-term, and anyone who feels they have skills that may be of value to the program were more than welcome to participate. For further information contact Mr Elston on 0410 449 511.

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Author published By TREVOR JACKSON AFTER winning the Elyne Mitchell Rural Women’s Writing Award, Allans Flat author Kate Rotherham is about to have her winning entry published in the latest edition of Award Winning Australian Writing. It’s the third consecutive year Kate has been published in the anthology. She says she began writing after the advice of a friend, winning an award at the Write Around the Murray festival with her first submission in 2008. And she hasn’t looked back, having been published in various Australian anthologies, literary journals and magazines. Kate’s winning story, Companion Planning, tells of an aging farmer, stuck in the memory of his deceased wife, and not wanting to leave the land. It’s typical of her work, much of which centres around rural life, parenthood and family. “I took the advice of write what you know,� Kate explained. “I’m a social worker by trade. In my work I’ve met lots of farmers and rural folk. “The community here is a big part of our work so it probably has an influence on my stories. “I’ve met farmers who are determined to stay on the land and the difficulties that raises for family - wanting people to have their independence but not wanting them to be unsafe.� Kate said when writing it was important to understand the character, to use the phrasing you imagine they would use. “It’s about getting a real picture in your head of who you’re writing about,� she said.

AWARDS... Kate Rotherham continues to taste success in a relatively short career. format in the future, time permiting. “I’d love to publish a short story collection first,� she said. “When the kids are bigger and I have a bit more time, maybe I’ll look at writing a novel - but I feel I’m still a beginner in the short format.� The Award Winning Australian Writing anthology was released this week through Melbourne Books.

“Trying to hear in your head the phrases they would use and trying to get that sense of their voice - I think that’s what separates believable stories from the not-so-believable.� The almost whirlwind rise to success has also seen Kate write short plays, performed in Sydney, on the Gold Coast and more locally at Yackandandah. And she says while she enjoys short stories, she would like to look to a longer

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Pay it forward - locally By KRYSTEN MANUEL “I JUST want to help people” is the phase heard over and over again while interviewing Dylan Blake. Dylan will be riding from QEII Square to Federation Square, Melbourne, on 26 November in one of his many bids to raise money for the carers accommodation at the Albury Base Hospital. “Albury Carers Accommodation helps people from elsewhere who haven’t got anywhere to stay, they can get accommodated,” he said. “It helps men, women, everyone. “It’s also to raise money for more breast cancer nurses in Albury. “After this ride, I will be riding for a little girl from Wodonga and I’ve also got in contact with Country Hope for kids with cancer.” But it doesn’t stop there. “I want to ride from Albury to Gympie later on – that’s six months of riding,” he said. “It’s for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, to give someone a wish on the Border.” Dylan has always had a passion for helping people, especially local people. “I’d rather fix up my own backyard,” he said “I’d rather help local people so the money stays local and helps people here.” Dylan’s mother recently passed away from breast cancer, and is fighting alongside his six siblings to keep his mother’s house - while riding for locals that need him.

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The bigger picture By KRYSTEN MANUEL AT just 16 years old, Xavier High student, Lara Files, has made her mark on a national scale, taking home a highly commended award in the ACMF (Australian Children’s Music Foundation) national song writing competition. Miss Files began her musical training at just four years old and has been song writing for the past four years. Like many song writers, she writes about her life. Her winning song is a fresh exploration of positive perspective - not the typical teenage love story. “It’s called The Bigger Picture and I recorded it in Sydney with my cousin at his studio,” she said. “It was about a girl that I know and she always seemed to be down and who needed to see the better side of things.” The competition was no

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This year’s campaign will be driven by Star FM’s New Breakfast Show Ben and Kristie. “We both love Christmas and it’s great to see everyone get involved and spread the Christmas cheer to those that are less fortunate,” Ben said. “We can’t wait to get involved!” The annual appeal receives a huge amount of community support each year and making the lead on this for another year

is the WAW Credit Union. “With so many issues overseas and in Australia taking up our time these days, it’s refreshing to stop and focus our efforts and resources on other, important things in life,” WAW Credit Union Deputy CEO Michael Mack said. “Making our children smile and helping others during Christmas is very important to the staff at WAW and we are so very proud to be able to help with Star FM’s I Believe in Christmas toy drive.”

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WINNER… Jamie Cox took a silver medal at the AUS-TAFE Culinary Trophy. “There’s people walking around staring at what you’re doing so it adds to the pressure. “You get more confident as you go and by the end of it all, you’re like ‘whatever happens, happens, I’m happy to be here’.” Mr Cox warns future competitors to expect the unexpected when entering the competition. “It all comes together in the end ... eventually,” he said.

“At all competitions something seems to happen to me. “I was in one competition and literally both soles of my shoes fell off and my feet came straight through the bottom of them. I had to keep working! “I bought two pairs of shoes to nationals.” The Zed Bar apprentice is hoping to continue his winning streak and go to the culinary Olympics one day.

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WODONGA TAFE student, Jamie Cox, has sweated it out in the AUS-TAFE 2012 culinary trophy to take home a silver medal. “They don’t tell you how close you how close the points are but they said it was very close to winning best overall there was one guy that trumped me,” Mr Cox said. Mr Cox is no stranger to competition, having competed in the culinary trophy for the past three years of his apprenticeship. He won bronze at state in his first year, silver in his second and now progressing to a national level to take home a silver in his final year. “Competitions are good, they put you under pressure and show you what you can accomplish,” he said. “Making something from scratch and then coming up with one of these really good looking dishes, it shows you ’I can do it.’ “I love the pressure, I love busy nights. For me personally, I like working with my hands and I can’t stay still for too long.” But it’s not all smooth sailing. “Everybody might think it might be like Masterchef but it’s not. You’ve got a bench space that’s about 60cm by 60cm, so you’re throwing stuff left right and centre.


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A message from the Premier

As Victorians, we live in one of the

country’s most fire-prone areas, so preparing

for

preparing for fire.

summer

means

All Victorians need to be aware of

preparing your property are vital.

tance leaving early before a fire,

several kilometres away from risk

help.

Suburban homes, even if they are

talk to them about how you could

areas, can be vulnerable to fire

Please remember that on hot, dry

caused by flying embers.

windy days, fires can start and

they plan well ahead of time. Plan-

right now to get ready for the fire

Ratings

just for those who live in bushfire-

Get a relocation kit ready with im-

the dangers of bushfires and ensure ning and preparing for fire is not

There are many things you can do

season and protect your family.

prone areas – it’s also for anyone

portant documents and essentials –

those areas.

water – so you are ready when you

who plans to travel through or near For those with homes in or around

bush, coastal scrub, grass or paddocks – even if you’re in an urban area – then planning ahead and

spread quickly. Check Fire Danger

before a fire.

Talk to your family and others in

your life about planning and

warnings

at

cfa.vic.gov.au. If you are unsure, you should leave.

If you are planning to travel

mobile phones, radios, clothes and make the decision to leave the area

and

around our great State during the Premier Ted Baillieu

fire season, there are precautions that can be taken to make your jour-

preparing for the threat of fire.

ney safer.

neighbours who might need assis-

the areas you will be visiting every

If you have family, friends or

Check the Fire Danger Ratings for

day, on the CFA’s website or by downloading the FireReady smartphone app, and listen to local radio for warnings and advice while you are on the road. I wish all Victorians a wonderful summer, whether you’re at home or travelling around experiencing our State’s outstanding sights and attractions.

Be prepared and stay safe. Ted Baillieu MLA

Fire Action Week Nov. 18-25

Protect your family by planning ahead this summer. Fire Action Week is a great opportunity to gather all the information you need to prepare for this year’s fire season. Book a CFA Home Visit, find out about FireReady meetings in your area and check the CFA’s website to see if your local CFA station is open on CFA Sunday - 25 November. And remember to talk to your family about what you’re going to do on a hot, dry, windy high fire risk day. For more information about Fire Action Week and how to stay safe this fire season, visit the CFA website or ring 1800 240 667.

Know when to leave:

visit cfa.vic.gov.au call 1800 240 667

Premier


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Understand, and plan THIS summer, it’s up to each individual to understand their own fire risk and plan ahead. The fire risk depends on where you live or travel, the weather conditions and how prepared you are. If you live or travel near areas that are heavily forested, have thick bush or long, dry grass, or coastal areas with lots of scrub, you’re at risk. Drying grass after a wet winter has increased the risk of grass and scrub fires this summer and weather conditions will have a significant effect on how severe a fire is and how quickly it spreads. The combination of dry conditions with hot, windy days means bushfires can quickly become uncontrollable. Many people get caught out by fire dur-

ing or after a wind change. It only takes a change in wind direction to turn a small fire into a dangerous, fast moving fire front. Knowing where to go, when and how you’ll get there on a bad day is an important part of your planning this summer. If a fire threatens, a drive that would normally take five minutes could take hours, or be inaccessible. Fires can be confusing, disorienting, physically and psychologically stressful and exhausting. Making decisions in these circumstances is difficult and may cost lives. Now is the time to make plans, not when there is fire in your area. Decide in advance when you’ll leave,

where you’ll go, how you’ll get there, and where you‘ll shelter if you get caught out and cannot leave your property or your area. Ensure everyone you live with knows these plans so you’re all clear about what you’ll do on a high fire risk day. Check on friends nearby to see if they have a fire plan in place. Prepare a relocation kit containing important documents and essentials like mobile phones, radios, medications, clothes and water, and pack the kit in advance, so there’s no delay in an emergency. Talking to CFA is the best way to understand your fire risk and plan ahead. For further information, go to cfa.vic. gov.au

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He said they could survive as normal while travelling, and all that was required was to have enough emergency food and water supplies until it was safe to return home. “You don’t have to stop after half an hour to water the animals,� he said. “You just keep going and get out, and go to where you’ve planned. “It all sounds very basic but if you have a plan in place it can save your animals.�

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Code Red conditions, so defending your home is impossible. A rating of Extreme or Severe signals high fire risk conditions. If a fire starts and takes hold, it will be unpredictable and fast-moving. If you live in a high-risk area, your house is not prepared, or you are not able to defend it, leaving early in the day is your safest option. Total Fire Bans tell you what you can and cannot do to avoid a fire starting. They are legal restrictions which, if broken, can be penalised with large fines and imprisonment. Check your rating every day over summer at cfa.vic.gov.au or by calling the Victorian Bushfire Information Line on 1800 240 667.

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WHEN constructing a fire plan, don’t forget about your animals – the last thing a family needs is to lose a beloved pet because they couldn’t be found in the chaos of a fire situation. Local veterinarian and Albury RSPCA president, Arthur Frauenfelder offers some simple advice for those formulating a plan. “The absolute priority is for everybody to have a fire plan,� he suggests. “Number one priority is people come first - that must be stressed. Secondly, it’s very simple to sit down and in half an hour design an animal plan. “Firstly you need to keep cats and dogs in the house so they’re totally accessible and you’re not chasing them around the back yard. Have carry-cages for the smaller animals, including smaller dogs. The cages must be somewhere accessible so when you’re about to leave you can grab them easily.� Dr Frauendfelder also suggests pets have collars with contact details and are microchipped in the event they go missing. For larger farm animals it can be more difficult, but again, following some simple instructions can save the animals where possible or practical. “Horses can be put in a large paddock with very little fuel,� he said. “When the fire comes through they will be forced to one end of the paddock and will

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A day never to be forgotten AS the bushfire season approaches, NewsWeekly journalist Trevor Jackson knows only too well the importance of making the decision to leave early. Below he shares a personal experience. I STILL remember, like it was yesterday, the events of Ash Wednesday, 1983. Waking in the morning, I knew it was going to be a bad day. The sun cast an eerie glow, the result of fires 300-odd kilometres to the north. Months of hot, dry weather had created the perfect tinderdry bushfire conditions. By midday it had deteriorated, with strong wind whipping up the stifling heat, funnelling a

disaster towards an unsuspecting community. As the afternoon approached I cried out to leave, but she wouldn’t budge. And then it unfolded – there was no warning, just a change of wind – and hell was unleashed on a little country town. By then it was too late to flee, nowhere to hide, we were trapped by the raging firestorm. Cars streamed towards the football oval, I followed suit, not wanting to tackle the uncontrol-

lable beast in its own domain. I sat helpless with other residents seeking shelter, as sparks rushed between cars, homes burst into flames in the distance, and we huddled together, hoping, praying tomorrow would arrive. As the flames leapt high above, we were at the mercy of Mother Nature, at her most furious. We survived, but the scars remain to this day, and every fire season those horror thoughts return.

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❯❯ Television, movies, music and more…

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HISTORY… The weird and the wonderful will be discussed at the Botanic Gardens during the opening of the Children’’s Garden.

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Join in the chance to win Turkeys, Hams or Christmas Cheer from the Bottleshop

Commences 21st November until 19th December BIG OL BUSRaffles BAND Christmas EVERY FRIDAY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY FROM 6PM 19TH OCTOBER - 7.30PM AND THURSDAYS FROM $20.00 PER MEMBER $25.00 PER2PM NON MEMBER

THE Café Culture Series is returning to Wodonga this weekend with the Irish trio, Diddly Eyes. Accomplished Irish musician, Frank Murphy, an original To Be Sure, To Be Sure member, has drawn on years of experience and joined forces with Anthony O’Neill and Andrew Cooper to form the trio specifically for the Cafe Culture series. O’Neill is one of Melbourne’s elite traditional musicians, proficient in guitar, mandolin, banjo and vocals. A product of the vibrant Melbourne Irish music scene, O’Neill spent time with the Ploughboys, Bushwackers, Purple Dentists, Idle Diddlies and Saorise, to name a few. The classical trained Cooper became interested in Irish music from his love of the fiddle, in particular the Donegal style of fiddling which grabbed his attention when he visited Ireland. He has since performed with Tara, Too Rye Aye, The Ploughboys, The Borderers, Cyril Moran and The Sundowners. Together, Diddly Eyes have created a repertoire of foot-tapping, blood-stirring jigs and reels, tempered with ballads and funny songs, poems and the obligatory handful of jokes. The gig takes place at Arts Space, Wodonga, Sunday at 5pm. Tickets pre-purchased are $18 for concession or Arts Wodonga members and $20 for non-members. Purchases on the night will cost $25 all tickets. Phone Arts Space Wodonga on 02 6022 9600 for further details.

Dining Room open from 6.30pm with resident pianist Sevens Restaurant open from 5.30pm Bookings available Enjoy the music of “Overtime” in the Zodiac Lounge from 9pm -1am

• 18 years and above

Always a favourite Rod will fill your hearts with Christmas Spirit through great music and comedy.

BIG OL BUS BAND Show Rodney Vincent Christmas FRIDAY 19TH OCTOBER FREE ADMISSION ZODIAC- 7.30PM LOUNGE

$20.00 PER MEMBER $25.00 PER 10.30AM NON MEMBER TUESDAY 11TH DECEMBER

NEW YEARS EVE MONDAY 31ST DECEMBER

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

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IT’S all happening at the Albury Botanic Gardens. This week was the launch of the first book to document the history of the gardens, and at the wake of the opening of the Children’s Garden next month, children are invited to come and experience an art program that will open their minds to weird and wonderful horticulture. “It’s part of an international botanic gardens agenda to engage children in horticulture and the importance of plants, and to have fun at the same time,” the curator and conductor of the event, Paul Scannell said. “We talk about beautiful looking seed pods and flowers, as well as plants related to T-Rex and meat eating plants. “We’ve got Nail Can Hill - that’s covered in sundews which is a carnivorous plant. “We can relate all that back to T-Rex and the dinosaurs and some of the early plants like cycad and treefern. “We can show them symmetry of flowers and the way flowers are arranged in almost a mathematical sequence for the later primary school years. “We can study evolution of plants, how they have adapted leaf forms and leaf shapes, fronds and hard coatings to protect them from animals. “We can really get them to sink their teeth into horticulture.” The Weird and Wonderful art program is appropriate for children of all ages. 24 November, 10.30am-12pm at the Albury Botanic Gardens. The event is free and supplies art paper, BYO other art supplies.

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TOMORROW � Hume Murray Farmers’ Market. Fresh produce and prepared foods grown and made on our doorstep. Gateway Village, Wodonga. 8am-noon. Enquiries 02 6058 2996. � Weird and Wonderful. Plants that eat meat? Plants that dinosaurs ate? Meat eaters from Nail Can Hill? Living fossil plants? A fun art program for kids of all ages at the Albury Botanic Gardens. BYO art materials, A3 paper supplied. Enquiries 02 6043 5699. � Friends of Wodonga Library next pre-loved book sale. Wodonga Library, 9.30am. � Albury Toy Library is open 10am-11am. Enquiries email alburytoys@gmail.com. � Wodonga Toy Library, 9am-noon at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries 0404 936 208. � Seen the movie? Come and meet two of the original members of The Sapphires, Laurel Robinson and Lois Peeler, at a special screening of the hit movie. 7pm-10pm, Wonga Wetlands. Enquiries 02 6051 3800. SUNDAY � Cafe Culture Series. Irish Trio, Diddly Eyes. Arts Space Wodonga, 5pm. Tickets 02 6022 9600. � Culcairn Classic Cars first annual Swap Meet and Show ’n’ Shine. Classics, muscle cars, bikes and choppers, modern retros, utes. Free in ground parking, food and drink, undercover sit down eating. Culcairn football ground from 7am. Admission $5, children under 12 free. Enquiries 02 6029 8432 or 0429 447 519.

� Bundyi festival, wood-fired oven gathering. Pastor Darren Wighton of the Koori church will host a multidenominational gathering at the community wood-fired oven on the banks of the Murray. 11am Hovell Tree Park. Enquiries 02 6023 8753. � Chiltern Mo Ride. A participation ride raising money and awareness for prostate cancer and depression. Catering for all riders from professionals to families. Chiltern Recreation Reserve. Various costs, various times. Enquiries 03 5726 1611 or www.chilternvic.com � See Mia Grace and the Aviators live at the Telegraph Hotel, 5pm. MONDAY � Probus Club of Albury Hume meeting. Commercial Club Albury. 10am-noon. All welcome. TUESDAY � Wodonga Toy Library, noon-1.30pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries 0404 936 208. WEDNESDAY � Albury Evening View Club Christmas Meeting, SS&A Club, Olive Street, Albury. 6.30pm for 7pm. Dinner bookings phone 6041 4260. � Albury Toy Library is open 4pm-5pm Wednesdays and 10am-11am. Enquiries email alburytoys@gmail.com

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A darker Done By KRYSTEN MANUEL

“IF people think they know what Ken’s work is all about, they should think again,” Director of Mossman Art Gallery, John Cheeseman said. “If you’re a fan, you’ll be surprised. If you’re not a fan, you’ll become a convert.” Ken Done is one of Australia’s most iconic artists, known for simple, bold and bright paintings of his beloved Sydney Harbour. Albury Art Gallery exhibitions co-ordinator, Jules Boag, is looking forward to bringing the critically acclaimed exhibition “Attack: Japanese Midget Submarines in Sydney Harbour,” to Albury. “The paintings show the story of the kamikaze suicide mission with the midget submarines,” he said. “They left knowing that they would never return. They came across Sydney Harbour and ended up sinking a supply ship, but in the process were killed. “It’s an interesting connection between Australia and Japan - now we have such a different relationship compared to 70 years ago.” The works explore a darker, more complex side of the artist and the harbour. “As Ken said to me, ’I’ve never painted people dying before’,” Mr Cheeseman said. The work was commissioned by the Mossman Gallery in Sydney, an idea that began with Mr Cheeseman. “I have a tradition of working with ideas that are central around an area, looking at heritage and other types of things. “Coming to Mossman, one of the key events that had happened around here was the Japanese attack on the harbour. It was something that had interested me since I was a small child. “It was getting towards the 70th anniversary of the event and it just happened to be that Ken himself is a local Mossman artist. “His work is associated so strongly with Sydney

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work in a new light.” Ken will be present at the opening of the exhibition on Friday 30 November. Art buffs will also be excited to know they can attend “conversation with the artist,” an intimate discussion and tour with the artist himself.

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Exhibition: Opens 30 November, 6pm and follows a Japanese theme with sushi and ’J-pop.’ Conversation with the artist: 1 December. 10.30am. Dawn with Done: 7 December, 7am- 8.30am.

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A twist for the Twihards By KRYSTEN MANUAL MOVIE: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2

DURATION: 1 hr 55 minutes APPROPRIATING a movie from a book is always hard. Details are always missed, relationships and scenarios are never explored to their full potential such is the nature of the beast. I walked out of Breaking Dawn: Part 2 of the Twilight Saga, among the inevitable babble of complaints and questions regarding the movie’s rendition of the book. What I believe we all forget, is that a movie isn’t meant to be, and can never be the same as the book. It is an art

form in its own league and is bound by its many limitations. So let’s talk about the movie. As actor Kristen Stewart (Bella) said in one of her recent interviews, “it’s a big movie, it’s hard to do something that matters to so many people.” This particular film, being the last instalment of the saga, was so highly anticipated and under so much pressure and expectation, it seemed almost bound to fail. So the unanticipated twist was quite genius. Somehow, the movie did not deviate from the book, but still shocked even the hardest of the ’Twihards.’ “I was very surprised at the ending

but without that ending it would have been a bit wishy-washy,” Janine King (self admitted Twihard) said. “The double ending was good, it really gave it guts. “I thought ’oh my God, they’re taking licence.’ It worked, everyone sat up and took notice.” Special effects were much better in this instalment than the previous, though still inconsistent. It seems the special effects team are definitely “team Edward,” having done a stunning job with the vampires, but still not hitting the mark with the wolves. All in all, a triumphant conclusion to the saga.

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In good company WELL established homes are often enhanced by well established streets - and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the case with this feature home. Set among other quality residences in Wodongaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leafy Sanctuary Gardens estate, the four-bedroom home would ideally suit a growing family, with an emphasis on entertaining. Large rooms, open settings and tasteful features are sure to provide the new owners with a pleasurable living experience. The main bedroom nestles at the front of the home, with ample space, a walk-in robe and ensuite. Across the wide, tiled entry is an open-plan and very spacious formal living and dining area. Entertainment value here is at its best, with room for a large family dining setting, indulgent lounge room furniture and a big-screen theatre TV. The chef will be impressed with the timber kitchen, complete with ample bench and storage space, electric cooking and double sink. A breakfast bar allows for those more informal on-the-run meals while the tile theme continues through. The remaining three double bedrooms include built-in robes, ideal for the teenagers needing space and privacy.

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A modern and functional main bathroom, separate toilet and large laundry complete the necessities. But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the great outdoors that really make this house a home. A more-than-generous alfresco dining area includes a pitched roof for style and ample space for the larger gathering, to enjoy a barbecue or watch TV with a reception point already in place. A feature fish pond sits proudly to one end, surrounded by birds-nest ferns, with an authentic-looking stream feeding a waterfall to provide a relaxing ambience. The easy-to-maintain yard is sectioned into courtyard-like settings â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a space for all members of the family. Relax beneath mature trees, take a light lunch in the shade of an umbrella or simple stretch out on the grass and enjoy the sun â&#x20AC;&#x201C; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s your choice. Again, the mundane requirements of family living havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been forgotten, with a double garage that includes a rear roller door for easy trailer access and a side gate to cater for the wheelie bins. In-floor heating and ducted cooling complete this picture-perfect property.

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12 Sanctuary Boulevard ďż˝ Price: $369,000 ďż˝ Inspect: By appointment ďż˝ Contact: Clinton Harvey, Wodonga Real Estate (02) 6056 1888 or 0408 605 950

Magnolia Park

Central living blocks only 5km to Dean Street and 2km to Centro Lavington

Windrush Floor Plan Living 146.5m² = 15.8sq Garage 41.5m² = 4.5sq Alfresco 9.6m² = 1.0sq Porch 4.9m² = 0.5sq

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Package price $335,450 with 10% off land $323,750*

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Package price $375,350 with 10% off land $362,750*

Total Area: 258.9.5m² = 27.9sq

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NARELLE ROBINSON MARGY MEEHAN 0409 564 860 0419 972 735 ON DUTY

JOAN NALDRETT 0419 483 919

CLINTON HARVEY 0408 605 950

DES LONERGAN 0408 575 825

$339,000

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Spacious two bedroom unit close to all facilities Open plan lounge, dining and good size kitchen Single lock up garage with access to a small paved courtyard

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Inspection by appointment

Beautifully presented and ready to occupy in popular Cambourne Park Open plan lounge and dining, ducted heating and cooling Separate family room leads out to wide all weather veranda

116 Mitchell Street

$369,000

$225,000

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2

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Genuine entertainer with a massive pitched pergola perfect for any occasion Timber kitchen with induction hot plates, pyrolytic wall oven and dishwasher Separate open plan living areas of formal lounge/dining and tiled family room

31 Mayfair Drive

$259,900

24 Magnolia Crescent

$292,000

NE W

$225,000

2

3

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3

Inspection by appointment

Located close to LaTrobe University and Wodonga Tafe Two living areas, kitchen with gas cooking Double carport plus a lock up garage with remote

$329,000

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Floating floors throughout for easy maintenance and living Generous 865m2 allotment, close to shopping centre Outside has a huge workshop / garage and a double carport

8 Porta Court

$329,000

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Inspection by appointment

Three bedrooms, master with en-suite and WIR Well designed kitchen with quality SS appliances Double lock up garage with remote access

Beautifully renovated, walk in and do nothing Floating floors throughout living areas Good car accommodation with access through to yard

42 Victoria Cross Parade

$399,000

By Negotiation

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2

Inspection by appointment

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

KERGUNYAH

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2

2

Inspection by appointment

Updated kitchen with new appliances Two spacious living areas Double lock up garage with rear access

40 Victoria Cross Parade

CHILTERN

3

Inspection by appointment

Brand new with 21.22 sq of living. Move straight in Ducted heating and cooling, two living zones Timber lined alfresco area and fully landscaped

$465,000

2

$405,000

$340,000

2

2

Inspection by appointment

Brand new 8 star energy rated with double glazed windows 3.8kw solar system. 23,000 lt underground water tank Louvered retractable roof for alfresco dining

YACKANDANDAH

From $280,000

NE W

TALLANGATTA

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4

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NE W

11 Snowy Street

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NE W

NE W

28 Pitmedden Drive

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Inspection by appointment

12 Sanctuary Boulevard

NE W

17 Whernside Drive

ALAN HODGSON 0418 468 579

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$169,950

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1-375 Lawrence Street

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Superb formal lounge with access to balcony Beautiful Blackwood kitchen. Overlooking Lake Hume, beautifully presented

TALLANGATTA EAST

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$385,000

Inspection By Appointment

Lovely home with water views - 12.6 acres, 5.13 ha Garage or workshop, abundant water supply Plenty of room to graze a few head of sheep or cattle

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2

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2.5 Acres surrounded by farmland plus views of the mountains and beyond Magnificent Blackwood kitchen with all the modern touches Water supply of rainwater tank, bore and dam that has never ran dry

THOUGHLA

$107,000

Inspection by appointment

20 acres / 8 hectares of idyllic bush hideaway About two hours from Albury/ Wodonga on good sealed road Power available, planning permit. All it needs is you

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Huge block of 2656m², previous doctors surgery Solid brick and timber home C1870, 14 ft ceilings Large verandahâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s on the front and northern side

DARTMOUTH

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$125,000

1

Inspection by appointment

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

Inspection by appointment

Balance of Yackandandah Heights Englobo Land. Opposite golf course. Choice of three blocks from 1.3 hectares (3 acres plus) with subdivisional potential STCA Town water, power and telephone available. Close to town

CHILTERN

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$180,000

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2

Inspection By Appointment

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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6056 1888

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High St, Barnawartha

$250pw

Unique renovated home over 2 levels with master and retreat upstairs. The home offers 3 split systems, two bedrooms, BIRs, formal lounge, open plan kitchen / dining with timber look flooring and dishwasher. Single carport, secure yard and entertaining area. Avail 3.12.12

Cummings St, Wodonga

$270pw

Two bedroom townhouse in Central Wodonga. Features ducted cooling, gas heating, lounge plus separate meals area, private courtyard, gas cooktop, dishwasher, built in robes, full bathroom, good size laundry, single lock up garage with remote access. Avail now

Mackenzie Cres, Wodonga

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

$320pw

Executive three bedroom townhouse, 2 way bathroom, open plan living area, outside entertaining area, dishwasher, solar hot water service, split system, ample storage, quality fittings, very low maintenance yard and double garage with remote access. No pets. Avail now

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Albury & District properties

Jarrah St $175pw Avail now Renovated 2 BR unit, BIRs, gas heat, AC, single carport, no pets. Forde Crt $210pw Avail now Tidy 2 BR unit, BIRs, AC, gas heat, gas cooking, SLUG, no pets. Jackson Drive $210pw Avail 30.11.12 2 BR unit, BIRs, large lounge, meals, full bathroom, gas heat, AC, carport. Hamilton Pl $230pw Avail now 2 BR townhouse, S/S heat/cool, BIRs, full bathroom, open plan, SLUG, no pets. Mitchell St $260pw Avail 02.01.13 Central 2 BR townhouse, BIRs, full bathroom, alfresco, DLUG, encl yard, no pets. Awburn St $340pw Avail now Executive 3 BR townhouse, ducted heat/cool, DW, ENS, DLUG. Anne St $415pw Avail mid Dec As new 2-storey 3 BR townhouse, ENS, ducted heat/cool, BIRs, DLUG, no pets

Melrose Dr $230pw Avail 30.11.12 3 BR home, BIRs, lounge, meals area, ducted heat/cool, garage, carport. Beechworth Rd $280pw Avail 05.12.12 3 BR home, ENS, gas heat, ducted cool, carport, entertaining area, shed. Firestone Way $290pw Avail now 3 BR home, DW, BIRs, secure yard, dbl garage, lawns included. Stanley St $300pw Avail now Renovated 3 BR, ENS, large yard, carport, shed, lawns incl, no pets. Highland Cres $320pw Avail now 4 BR home, ENS, sunroom, ducted heat/cool, lock up garage, carport. Inwood Cres $350pw Avail now New 4 BR home, S/S heat/cool, ENS, DW, alfresco, encl yard, remote DLUG.

Streets Rd $350pw Avail now Quality 3 BR home, 2 living, ducted cooling, gas heat, DW, ENS, large yard, DLUG. Helsingor Ave $360pw Avail 22.11.12 3 BR + study, ENS, DW, gas log fire, ducted heat/cool, deck, DLUG. Golflinks Ave $450pw Avail 18.12.12 As new 4 BR home, 2 living, ENS, ducted heat/ cool, DW, outdoor entertaining, DLUG. Quoll Road $480pw Avail 07.12.12 Large 4 BR home, ENS, timber kitchen, DW, ducted heat/cool, pergola, triple LUG, workshop.

Union Rd, Nth Albury $255pw Avail now 3 BR home, S/S heat/cool, new carpet, rumpus, deck, shed/garage. Kooba St, Albury $265pw Avail now 3 BR home, ducted cool, gas heat, DW, large yard, LUG with remote, carport. Allan St, Albury $300pw Avail now 3 BR, ducted heat/cool, ENS, BIRs, full bathroom, DW, DLUG. Denmar Ave, East Albury $350pw Avail 13.12.12 Renovated 3 BR home, ducted heat/cool, DW, rumpus, views, DLUG with remote.

Albury & District properties Plummer St, Albury $145pw Avail 10.12.12 2 BR unit, open kitchen / lounge, S/S AC, BIRs, single carport, no pets. Benn Cres, Albury $255pw Avail now 3 BR townhouse, S/S heat/cool, BIRs, full bathroom, encl yard, SLUG

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1/63 Melrose Drive, Wodonga

• Country living with city convenience • Rare opportunity to live close to the river • Magnificent views to the surrounding snow fields

116 Mitchell Street, Wodonga

Turn-key 2 & 3 bedroom townhouse packages, single and two storey from $265,000 Environmentally responsible design, 8 Star Energy rating - low running costs. Elmwood Cafe, Medical Centre & Pharmacy. Close by to buses, hospital.

• Albury and Wodonga schools, shopping and

$225,000 6.2% yield. Ready To Sell Features include: • Three large bedrooms with built in robes • Functional kitchen with pantry • Cosy lounge with gas heating • Outside has a huge workshop / garage and a double carport • Generous 865m2 allotment

Stand alone title - No body corporate - No Fees.

• Parklands, playgrounds and walking tracks at your doorstep

$141,000 6.4% yield Neat unit awaits the first home buyer or the astute investor. Currently leased at $175pw until December 2012 • 2 bedrooms with built in robes • Spacious living, new carpet, gas wall furnace and reverse cycle air conditioning • Updated large kitchen • Single carport, small enclosed yard

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

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17 Whernside Drive, Cambourne Park

$339,000 5.9% yield Destined To Impress • Ready to occupy, this brick veneer family home features: • Four double bedrooms with built in robes • Master BR with en-suite and walk in robe • Ducted heating and cooling • Separate family room leads out to wide all weather verandah • Established gardens and double lock up garage with remote controlled doors

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Mowers, Brushcutters, Blowers & Generators 208 Borella Road, Albury (opposite the Albury Base Hospital)

Phone: (02) 6041 1444

C843903-KS37-10

Albury Engineering & Mower Service

PETS & SERVICES

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GOLF BUGGY, bag boy express smoothie, sprung type. $100. (02) 60593054.

GOLF CLUBS, ladies, R/H, carbon shafts, Cougar Silver brand, with bag. $250. (02) 60593054.

WATER 15 LITRES $4.95

CASH FOR AUSSIE COINS

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0400172173

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GOLF CLUBS, mens, R/H, carbon shafts, Mizuno brand, with bag. $250. (02) 6059-3054.

WEIGHT LIFTING BENCH, GC, must sell. $40ono. (02) 6025-1778. Lavington.

GOLF CLUBS, R/H, full set, with bag. $100. (02) 6059-3054.

WORK TABLE, for wrought iron, complete with gigs for scroll work, including heavy anvil. $400 the lot. 0438 439 276.

HILLS HOIST, original, large, steel, VGC, already removed. $300ono. 0409 904 079. HOT WATER UNIT, Coleman, portable, used only twice. $199. (02) 60431991, 0419 673 069.

! # "" Covering Albury/Wodonga KAYAK, touring, 4 meter, ‘Spirit’, large single cockpit, adjustable footrests, EC. $3950ono. 0419 616 563.

POOLS & SPAS

WANTED

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

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS PIANO, Suttons ‘Mignon’, suit learner. $1,000ono. (02) 6059-3045.

For all your Pool & Spa Chemical needs on site:

Water Testing Cleaning & Maintenance Repairs & Spares

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PETS & SERVICES

0438 572 684

Classifieds Deadline: 5pm Tuesday Ph: 1300 666 808

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

ALBURY HIGH, school uniform, 3x grey shirts and jumper, 2x polo shirts, 2x sports shorts, EC. $150 the lot. 0402 399 728.

CLUB LOUNGE, 3 piece, gold velvet, EC. $395ono. 0419 432 052.

BBQ, large hooded, with cover and side burner, stainless steel, GC, $170. 0458 043 649. BED, queen size, with mattress, EC. $250. 0421 271 461.

BIKE, electric, as new, ladies/gents, 26” alloy frame, gears, 40km range. $900. (02) 6056-8269. Wodonga.

DENTAL UNIT, W.G Challenger, including hand pieces, Belmont light, chair and Siemens air pump. Price $400. Phone between 7pm-8pm. (02) 6020-6960.

DISPLAY CABINET, 1.3mx0.4mx2m, 5 doors, 3 with leadlight, as new. $350ono. 0428 400 419. ELECTRIC BED, double, adjustable, VGC. $1,500 ono. (02) 6043-2090.

BIKE, girls, green, Huffy, in great condition. $30. 0423 081 786.

FRIDGE, 90 litre, bar or second fridge, good order. $120ono. (02) 6024 2493.

BLOWER VAC, Ryobi, electric, 2.2kw, as new. $65ono. 0422 593 381.

FRIDGE, Fisher and Paykel, 390 litre, upside down, GC. $280. (02) 6043 2192.

BUNK BED, bottom folds out to double, including single mattress and sheets and futon. $300. 0402 399 728. CHAINSAW, brand new, 62CC, 22” bar. $200. 0457 353 871. West Wodonga.

CHEST FREEZER, Hisense, 150L, EC, 1 year warranty. $195ono. (02) 6025-5244 or 0422 010 304.

OIL PAINTING, Seascape, blues, 39” x 29”. $200. 0425 271 848. Albury. SCHOOL UNIFORM, Murray High, boys, Year 89 winter/summer, medium size. $100. 0423 081 786.

SCHOOL UNIFORM, Murray High, girls, Year 11-12, winter/summer, medium size. $100. 0423 081 786. SCHOOL UNIFORM, Trinity, boys, medium size, winter/summer, Year 6-7 $100. 0423 081 786. SCHOOL UNIFORM, Trinity, girls, medium size winter/summer, Year 7-8. $100. 0423 081 786. SEWING, Horn sewing cabinet, with Elna sewing machine and accessories. $300ono. 0421 832 253.

ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE

New rules apply to the advertising of dogs and cats for sale. It is now an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat in Victoria unless the microchip identification number of the animal is included in the advertisement or notice. A registered domestic animal business may use its Council business registration number as an alternative. For further information, call 136 186 or visit www.dpi.vic.gov.au/pets

GAZEBO, Jamie Durie, fully enclosed, flyscreen /material, new in box, $350. (02) 6024-5190. GEM WEIGHT STATION, hardly used, fantastic condition. $150. 0457 353 871. West Wodonga. GENERATOR, 20l tank, 240v key start, rated output 5kw 50Hz, used once, EC. $700. 0423 081 786.

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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 $2,731.50. Phone between 7-8pm. (02)60206960. SHOWER CHAIR, and over toilet seat with accessories, plus shower stool. $60. 6021-1673.

SLEEPERS, used, ex railway, B grade, $16.90 each, also half wine barrels available, GC. Phone 0411 558 572. SOFA BED, EC, used twice, paid $1,600, sell $400. (02) 6024-7763. SOFA, 2 seater, VGC. $75ono. 0428 400 419.

SPA BATH, white, 3 corner, 1500 x 1500, complete with pump. $200. 0438 439 276. STORAGE DRUMS, 5 x 100kgs, strong plastic, sealed lids. $125 the lot. (02) 6024-4797. TV, flat screen, Samsung, full HD, LCD, as new. $230ono. 0428 400 419.

WASHING MACHINE, LG, top loader, turbo, 5Kg, EC. $280ono. 0428 443 675.

Phone Nathan on 0431 547 042

FOR SALE

AVIARY ITEMS, carry boxes, heated perches, nets etc. $100 the lot. 0421 832 253.

SEWING, SEWING MACHINES

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

Specialising in distributing your advertising material into letterboxes in Albury Wodonga

DEB DRESS, size 14, full length, small train, fitted bodice, with gloves. Never been worn. $195. (02) 6059-4012. Wodonga.

Email for distribution maps and quantities to prov.letter@bigpond.com or phone 0437 300 108

SITUATIONS VACANT

PUBLIC NOTICES

ABLE TO START NOW ???

PC/Mail Order from home. $2k-$5k. (03) 8671-2990.

CA$H FOR CHRISTMAS DISTRIBUTORS & TEAM LEADERS WANTED Up to $350/pwdrop & collect catalogues. Immediate start – training provided. Enquire on either positions:

CALL 1300 665 983 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

RSA & RCG BEST PRICE SS&A Club

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Provincial Letterbox Distributors

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

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DINING TABLE, very solid, pine, round, as new, seats six. $250. (02) 6043 1233.

FREEZER, upright, Frigidaire, 230 litre, GC. $160. (02) 6043 2192.

BRUSHCUTTER, brand new, 5in1, pole saw, $200. 0457 353 871 West Wodonga.

LOUNGE SUITE, genuine leather, brown, 3 seater, plus 2 recliners chairs, EC. $1,200ono. (02) 60411196.

Paying $9.50 for round Aussie 50c, gold sovereigns and up to $350/kg for Aust silver pre-decimal coins.

BUSINESS SERVICES

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GO KART, Yamaha, 100S, fresh motor, GC. $950ono. (02) 6056-3150.

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WALKERS WANTED

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Phone 0427 508 245

development

www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au

NOTICE OF DECISION

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 Albury City during the period ending 16 November, 2012:

APPROVED DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS

DA NUMBER PROPOSAL

PROPERTY

10.2011.31044.2 Modification of Consent - Integrated Housing - 4 Residences, 4 Lot Torrens Title Subdivision & Demolition Work 10.2012.31629.1 Residence, Garage & Demolition of Existing Residence & Shed 10.2012.31873.1 Alts & Adds to Residence 10.2012.31877.1 Residence & Garage 10.2012.31885.1 Colorbond Shed 10.2012.31888.1 2 Industrial Warehouses & Associated Offices 10.2012.31889.1 Residence & Carport

509, 515 & 519 Hovell Street SOUTH ALBURY

10.2012.31891.1

Dual Occupancy Development - Demolition of Existing Residence, Construction of 2 Townhouses with Detached Garages and a 2 Lot Strata Title Subdivision 10.2012.31892.1 Carport 10.2012.31895.1 Residence & Garage 10.2012.31896.1 Colorbond Shed 10.2012.31897.1 Nail & Beauty Therapy Studio - Indigo Nails 10.2012.31898.1 Verandah 10.2012.31899.1 Carport & Storage Room 10.2012.31901.1 Alts & Adds to Residence, New Carport and 10.2012.31904.1 Residence & Garage 10.2012.31911.1 Front Fence, Inground Swimming Pool and Alts & Adds to Residence 10.2012.31915.1 Retaining Walls 10.2012.31916.1 Alts & Adds to Residence

671 Forrest Hill Avenue ALBURY 34 Murray View Road EAST ALBURY 12 Whitton Drive THURGOONA 61 Fairway Gardens Road THURGOONA 23A Catherine Crescent LAVINGTON 300 Kaitlers Road SPRINGDALE HEIGHTS 736 Peel Street ALBURY

203 Alexandra Street EAST ALBURY 7 Hartwig Avenue GLENROY 826 Mate Street NORTH ALBURY 487 Kiewa Street ALBURY 20 Cambridge Drive THURGOONA 448 Schaefer Street LAVINGTON 713 Stedman Crescent ALBURY 212 Rivergum Drive EAST ALBURY 758 Fellowes Crescent ALBURY 10 Baw Baw Street THURGOONA 531 Backhaus Court ALBURY

APPROVED COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATES

CDC NUMBER PROPOSAL

PROPERTY

13.2012.27195.1 Patio

164 Wantigong Street NORTH ALBURY 764 Hodge Street GLENROY

13.2012.27216.1 Inground Swimming Pool

The relevant consents are available for public inspection, without charge, at AlburyCity’s Customer Service Centre during normal working hours or by visiting our website www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au and select ‘Development Application Tracking’.

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MOTORCYCLES

MOTORCYCLES

MOTORCYCLES SUZUKI, 1996, RM250, GC, 2 stroke, $2,000. 0414 497 724 Wadonga.

THUMPSTER,125, great upgrade from PW50, 4 speed, no clutch. $350ono. 0432 889 502.

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Cash for Christmas Winners Angela McCrohan, West Wodonga

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CA$H FOR CHRISTMAS

BMW, R1100S, 2000, 42,000kms, EC, YBD-99, $9,500. (02)6026-5406. Howlong. KAWASKI, KXF 250, 2011, low hours, well maintained, Costanzo suspension, vortex iginition, pro circuit, too many extras to mention. $6,200. 0400 413 909.

KTM 525 EXC, 2006, 6 months reg, many extras, 4,926kms, EC, FF435. $6,700. 0428 507 777. Wodonga.

YAMAHA, scooter, 125cc, auto, EC, Vic. reg IO-870. $1,300ono. (02) 60563150.

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SUZUKI RMX, 250s, vin no JS5SJ14A00501516, GC. $1,900ono. 0432 889 502.

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MOTOR VEHICLES FORD, Courier, ute, 1989, suit farm or handyman, steel drop side tray, very reliable, manual, original 231,000kms, 5 months reg, OTX-880. $1,950ono 0429 180 024. FORD, fairmont, 1996, dual fuel, white, auto, NSW reg, VWM-840. $1,990ono. 0433 338 358.

AUTO PARTS /ACCESSORIES MOTOR CYCLE BOOTS, new with tags, Thomas Cook. $80. (02) 60256292.

TYRES, Discovery, 16”, GC, 60% tread left. $550ono for 4. (02)60563150.

BOATS & MARINE FORD, Laser, 1991, sedan, silver, auto, reg until 02/13, 184,000kms, will provide RWC, located in Beechworth. $2,500ono. 0437 333 305. 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.

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.

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. OUTBOARD, Johnson, 6Hp. $450ono. 0432 889 502.

TINNY, 12 foot, V/hull, 9.9Hp, Johnson outboard and trailer, GC. $2,000. 0419 467 784.

U N D E R C O V E R STORAGE, caravans secure from $15 per week 0411 267 133.

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

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. COMPASS, poptop, 1999, 17’, island bed, rollout awning, full annexe, TV, VGC, NSW reg. $15,000. 0438 608 732.

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High-speed hobby By TREVOR JACKSON “IT’S a bit of a hobby,” is how Kim Jones describes his Formula Atlantic race car. While that may be a fair description, Jones was certainly on the pace at Winton over the weekend, qualifying the car around one and a halfseconds faster than a V8 Supercar, and taking out the round win. “Not bad for a 30 year-old car and a 56 year-old driver,” the Brad Jones Racing team boss quipped. The historic class of racing allows open-wheel cars up to a 1986 vintage. Jones runs a 1980 March, sourced from North America some five years ago, rebuilt to its former glory, running a 1600cc Cosworth engine and tipping the scales at just 500kgs - without Jones aboard. “I’ve just lost a little bit of weight because my son said I was the single heaviest component in the whole show,” Jones joked. “They only produce around 240 horsepower, so the speed is all through the corners - they’re not

hugely fast down the straight so the weight does make a difference.” As a young driver Jones raced Formula Fords, but said he couldn’t afford to step up to the Atlantic class until later in life. “To me pure motorsport was always open-wheelers,” he said. “But I had a young family and that was the direction I went in. “I worked on the cars and Bradley drove them, so I’ve always been a frustrated race car driver. “I never had enough money to get one then, but like most people, when you get older you can afford the things you couldn’t when you were young - so I bought it, and I enjoy it. “Now I have something I can compete with. It’s good fun.” Jones said conditions on the Sunday created a lot of talk in pit lane, with rain producing plenty of interest on and off the track, and the class itself evoking memories of times passed. “The rain made it even more interesting because we have slicks on the cars,” he said.

MEMORIES… Kim Jones’ March open-wheeler brought back plenty of fond memories at Winton Motor Raceway on the weekend. “They’re not very heavy so they slip and slide around - it got everyone’s attention. “It’s surprising the number of people up and down pit lane who

Hayes one busy VIP By GARRY HOWE

CHAMPION trainer David Hayes might have to excuse himself from official duties at times as the special VIP guest at the Wodonga Cup meeting on Sunday 2 December. Hayes heads up the famous Lindsay Park operation established by his father Colin in South Australia, which now has its headquarters on the Hume Highway at Euroa. The Hall of Fame trainer will mix with patrons as part of his official duties as the cup meeting’s first VIP guest, but may also find himself in the stalls area and mounting yard at some stage during the day. Lindsay Park’s acting racing manager Ebani Harvey said it was still too early to confirm, but she hoped the stable would be represented by a couple of nice maiden gallopers and last start Geelong winner Moving Moment on Cup Day. Club president Colin Haynes, who races a couple of horses with

VIP... Hall of Fame trainer David Hayes will be a special VIP guest of the Wodonga and District Turf Club on Cup Day. Hayes as part of the Alzone syndicate, also hoped Manila Jewel might be a candidate for the Cup, which this year has increased prizemoney of $80,000 to coincide with the 80th running of the race. Manila Jewel was a last start sixth in the Group 2 Matriarch Stakes at Flemington on the last day of the Melbourne Cup carnival. Haynes said he was thrilled to

have someone of Hayes’ calibre as a guest on Cup Day. “We’ve been trying to get him for a couple of years now, but he’s usually in Hong Kong this time of year,” he said. “He will be a great attraction and create a bit of interest, particularly if he has a few runners as well.” The Alzone syndicate is named after a horse most of the members raced with Wodonga trainer Stephen Aldridge. Alzone was a winner at the Boxing Day meeting last year. The group now races a threeyear-old that has had one unplaced run at Seymour and an unraced Fastnet Rock two-year-old that had a recent barrier trial at Tatura and is expected to hit the track soon. Haynes said he was thrilled with the way the Cup meeting was shaping up. He said a lot of interest would also centre on whether local trainer Brian Cox could notch his record 11th cup.

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“Brian looks like having a couple of good ones in,” Haynes said. “He is really a very good trainer in the area and has certainly got the score on the board.” Cox should again be represented by Murdoch’s Joy, which was denied last year when the Gerald Egan-trained Jetconi won his second successive cup. Egan confirmed to NewsWeekly last week that Jetconi would be back to attempt a cup hat-trick before being retired from racing. Wodonga and District Turf Club chief executive Brad Thomas expects a big crowd on Cup Day. He said packages on the front straight had sold out already and he expects the crowd to top 3500. The Age racing writer Patrick Bartley will host the VIP marquee.

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said, “they sound fantastic, that’s the way I remember open-wheelers to be, big wide tyres, good noise and fast racing” - it’s nice that you can bring that back.”

IT WAS a baptism of fire for young Border driver Matt Chahda in his first outing in a V8 Ute race on the weekend at Winton. Chahda was caught up in a major accident on Saturday that took out several vehicles around him, spinning his ute but leaving it intact and on track. And despite a tough weekend of racing he was rewarded with the Hard Charger award. Chahda said considering his

lack of experience in the class, having never raced one of the V8 Utes before, he was more than happy with the weekend’s efforts. “I was the only person out there who’d never raced in the series before,” he said. “To beat a lot of the guys who do it full-time was good.” Chahda said the ute was one of the hardest cars he’d driven, with tight racing and no room for error. A mistake off the start line

in Sunday’s final race made the award even sweeter. “In a class that’s so hard to pass, to get the most passes in my first time out there wasn’t what I expected,” he said. “I was pretty unhappy with how the race went Sunday, messing up the start, so to get the award was pretty cool.” Chahda now heads to Sydney for the final round of the series where he hopes to qualify higher up the grid and is aiming for a top 15 result.

WOMEN are being encouraged to give triathlon a try when the Albury Wodonga Triathlon Club holds a ‘women’s only’ mini-tri Sunday at Allans Flat. The event will follow the regular club race and will comprise a 300-metre open water swim, 13km ride and 3km run over the picturesque Allans Flat course. Organiser, Nadia Mellor says the women’s only event is designed to introduce women into the sport in a friendly, non-threatening environment. “We encourage all ages and abilities to come along and have a go,” she said. “You don’t need a fancy bike, just one in good working order, a helmet and a pair of runners. “If the swim is a concern, the club will have members available to swim the 300 metres and we’re also encouraging women to form a team and just complete one leg each.” The club has been running the women’s only event for the past few years, resulting in a number of women continuing with the sport, some even taking on greater challenges such as Olympic distance and half ironman events. The regular mini tri will commence at 8.30am with the women’s event at 10am. Registration is from 9am and the cost is $15 for individuals and $5 for each team member. All proceeds raised from the event will go to the local McGrath Foundation Breast Care Nurses.


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Mark of Cain By TREVOR JACKSON ALBURY boxing trainer Mark Janssen is full of confidence for his current fighter, Cain Oldfield. The Queensland-based welterweight has only competed in one professional bout, winning by knockout within a minute, but already he has Janssen’s full attention. It’s the passion Oldfield displays that Janssen says will take him to the top of the sport. Not only is he making a comfortable living in his current employment, but he has no problems travelling to Albury from North Queensland to attend Janssen’s Universal Gym and hone his skills. And as he faces his next bout in China, that’s exactly what he’s been doing, putting as much faith in the local, world-renowned trainer as Janssen does in his abilities. “I’ve always wanted to be a world champion but it seems a bit far-fetched when you’re a kid,” Oldfield told NewsWeekly. “A guy from work, Kali Meehan’s cousin, told me about Mark, and when you come down and see him and all the photos, all the world champions he has around his arm, the photos at press conferences with Don King, it makes it feel real. “When I come down here I tune in and listen to what he has to say, because I know he’s right.”

While relatively inexperienced in the professional ranks, Janssen has no doubt Oldfield has the ability to go as far as he desires. He said Oldfield’s maiden victory was a brutal display of power, but he added there was more to the man than just pure force. “Cain has the resistance, the power, the speed and the hunger to be a top-class fighter,” Janssen said. “But it takes more than skill. You have to have the right personality, you have to be able to handle pressure, you have to be able to take a good shot, and it sure helps if you can punch. “Cain can punch like 10 men. It’s everything you look for in a fighter to take him to the next level. “It’s still very early days but I’m confident he’s going to have a great career - we’re looking to win championships.” And if passion is any gauge, Oldfield is already a winner. “I don’t think money is everything,” he said. “I had a break from boxing for a while and thought, what if I grow old and think, coulda, shoulda, woulda? - so I decided to do it. If I fail, then I’m still happy.” Oldfield and Janssen will spend the final two weeks of his preparation in Albury prior to heading off to China in early December.

PASSION... Mark Janssen and Cain Oldfield after a training session in Albury in preparation for their upcoming Chinese bout.

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