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FORBIDDEN… Brendan McFarlane, Georgia Currie, Alex Rowe and Anna Mannering displaying the bright costumes they will wear on stage in the play Aida. Photo: TREVOR JACKSON.

By PETER SWEENEY

Walk like an Egyptian ABOUT 130 excited Albury High Students will next week enjoy the fruits of their 12-month labour, when they present Aida the Musical. “It’s a timeless love story with some really good music by Elton John and Tim Rice,” Brendan McFarlane, who will feature, said. “My character is the captain of Pharaoh’s soldiers and is betrothed to Pharaoh’s daughter. He falls in love with a Nubian woman, who happens to be the princess of the country they’re at war with.” Musical director Paula Rundell-Gordon said

the plot was set in Ancient Egypt and Radames, the protagonist, was destined to marry the Pharaoh’s daughter. Radames is the leader of the Egyptian Army, but while they were in Nubia, he took slaves back and one of them is Aida. “She is the Nubian king’s daughter and, of course, they fall in love, but the Pharaoh’s daughter is still in love with him. They can’t end up together. It’s about forbidden love and unrequited love.” Musical director Helena Kernaghan is also confident and excited for opening night, but has thoroughly enjoyed the ride. “We have a superb band and an equally stun-

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LONG serving AlburyCity general manager Les Tomich has quit. Mr Tomich, who has been on sick leave since heart surgery late last year, will officially relinquish his role on 31 December. He had a year remaining on his contract. Council will “actively pursue” a replacement for Mr Tomich early in 2013. Mr Tomich, who has been involved with local government for 47 years, said he was “extremely proud” of Albury. “Everything that has been achieved in this city has been a team effort,” Mr Tomich said. “Albury is alive and humming. I drive around and feel proud when I see the projects going on. “I value and am proud of everything we’ve done - the Library Museum was a great project, as Volt Lane will be when completed. And I am most proud of our traineeships, which is insurance against a deficit of skills.” Mayor Alice Glachan said AlburyCity was seen as “a leader”, largely because of Mr Tomich, who she described as “one of the best, if not the best” general managers in local government. Mr Tomich said he would find out what was on television on Monday nights, go fishing, pursue interests in Tasmania, travel, spend time with family and “stay in and around” Albury.


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Bright side of life

IS That All There Is? It was the title of a song, half of which was spoken, which made Peggy Lee famous at the end of the 1960s. People in challenging situations today - and that’s virtually everyone would do well to keep those five words in mind. Ms Lee, born Norma Egstrom in 1920 and who died a decade ago, knew a little about “tough times.� Her mum died when she was four and she was abused by a stepmother. She was diabetic, had four broken marriages, had weight and glandular problems and other life-threatening illenesses and injuries. And yet, she was the only woman to have Top 10 hits in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s. There are times when every one of us is worried sick about something. It might be going to the dentist or doctor, an examination or interview, meeting the boss or board, work, pay, the health of a spouse, partner or child. Or whatever. In most cases, when this issue has come and gone, or the ‘problem’ has been tackled, we often ask ourselves: “Is That All There Is?� Peggy Lee says “if that’s all there is (to various heartaches) my friends, then let’s keep dancing, let’s break out the booze and have a ball, if that’s all there is.� Whatever heartaches, challenges we face - and we’ve all got them - they are not as bad as we may think. Peggy Lee told us that.

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IF Alan Cuman was given a nickname, it would be ’Counter’. The affable Mr Cuman is the returning officer for the Wodonga City Council elections - and this weekend is in charge of the counting of votes. Or, more to the point, the “extraction of ballot papers from envelopes.� This will take place tomorrow, following a rush of mailed and dropped votes this week to the Victorian Electoral Commission office in Wodonga. On Sunday, a computer will count the votes, the result of the poll reached by Sunday night and announced officially on Monday morning. This week, about 3500 votes were returned each day to VEC. There are 27,000 people eligible to vote in Wodonga. “Like everything, people leave things to the last minute and there was a rush at the end,� Mr Cuman, who has been a returning officer since 2005, said. “Ballot papers will be extracted from envelopes on Saturday and a computer will count them on Sunday. “We’re expecting 21,000 votes to be returned by 6pm Friday (today).�

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Sharing the daily battle By TREVOR JACKSON SOMETIMES the closest friendships are forged through adversity. But you’d be hard-pressed to find any outward evidence of adversity from Gemma Steadman and Sophie Coulter. Aged 11 and 12, Gemma and Sophie met after being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. And the resulting friendship is very special. “If I had to pick one good thing about diabetes, it would be the people we’ve met,” Gemma said. “When we’re doing our blood sugars together, we don’t feel different. “If one of us is high or low, we know what it feels like, so we understand what each other is going through.” “We feel as if we can really talk to each other,” Sophie added. “We have fun guessing each other’s sugars (levels) and we can sometimes pick if the other one’s not looking very well and tell them.” Sophie and Gemma undergo a rigorous daily process that includes watching what they eat - and up to 10 finger pricks to check on sugar levels. They then need to feed the information into the insulin pumps they use to ensure the correct delivery of the lifesaving drug. Sophie’s mother, Katie, says this is where their friendship takes another interesting twist. “Often, when they’re together their sugar levels stay close,” she said. “One might start high and the other low, and after a few hours they are pretty close.” While the girls manage their diabetes through the pumps, Gemma’s mother, Meg Pronk, says it’s not a cure, but a tool to allow more flexibility in their daily lives. “It’s only as good as the information you put in,” she said. And the final word from Katie is sobering. “The girls look normal on the outside, but you can’t see what’s going on inside their bodies,” she said. “Quite simply, everything they do in life takes a lot more management.” Katie and Meg are involved with Walk for a Cure in Albury on Sunday.

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raise funds to support medical research to improve the lives of the 122,300 Australians with the disease. The Albury walk will retrace the steps of famous explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell, including the famous tree that Hovell carved his name into on 17 November, 1824.

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Open day at gardens LOOKING at retiring - and searching for a great place to do it? Well, be at Mardross Gardens Village tomorrow for an open day. “Every day I talk to seniors who aren’t sure of their options. This day is all about giving them the information they need,� Anne Martin, the manager at Mardross Gardens, said. Display units will be open and visitors can stroll through the village gardens, while enjoying a free sausage sizzle and devonshire tea and meeting residents. And there is also $2600 in groceries - or a year’s supply - to be won. The open day goes between 10am and 2pm.

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TALENTED Albury musician Emma Quirk is ’kool’ - now she’s hoping to be ’the koolest.’ Xavier High School student Emma, 17, was last year nominated for the best vocalist in the CD competition at the Kool Skools competition. Now the talented singer and pianist wants to be nominated again - and go one better. And judging by the inspiring display she gave in the launch of the Kool Skools CD launch locally, she will be hard to beat at the state launch in Melbourne on 24 November. “It would be great to be nominated,� she said, “and, of course, get an award.� “The best thing (about Kool Skools) is that it lets budding artists from rural areas show their talent. “It’s also a place where I can get everyone’s ideas on how I can improve.� Kool Schools is open to public and private schools. “I love watching the students de-

Teams go solar LOCAL students will today contest the annual Solar Car Challenge Race Day. After a semester of work, 14 teams will battle for a host of awards, including superior craftsmanship, superior presentation, team encouragement, most innovative car and overall winner. Led by their industry mentors, students work together to design, build and race a remote control, solar powered car. The Solar Car Challenge was introduced as an innovative education partnership between schools and local industry in a bid to improve education outcomes for teenagers. The race, the eighth, is on between 10.30am and 12.30pm.

Nominations are invited for Wodonga’s Australia Day citizen awards for 2013. These awards provide a wonderful opportunity to recognise the great work being done by many people within the local community.

  

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GenerationOne School Competition invited primary schools to perform and film their version of the GenerationOne theme song Hands Across Australia, and secondary schools to use the Warumpi Band’s Blackfella/Whitefella to inspire their CREATivE CHANGE response to indigenous disparity. A primary and secondary school will each win $15,000. The winner of the People’s Choice Award will receive four Apple iPad2s. Log on to peopleschoice.generationone.org.au Voting opens on Monday and closes on Sunday, November 11, with winners of all categories to be announced on Thursday November 22.

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All residents of Wodonga who are Australian citizens are eligible for nomination. The awards will be in the form of a certificate which will be presented at the council’s Australia Day celebrations on Saturday, January 26, 2013. Nominations close on Friday, November 30, 2012 and should be made on the nomination form. The form can be obtained from the community focus team at the Hovell St council offices, from wodonga. vic.gov.au under ‘Application forms’ or by phoning the council on (02) 6022 9300.

Holler for Hume and help HUME Public School has made a public call: jump on board and help. The school is up against more than 160 schools around the country in the CREATivE CHANGE GenerationOne School competition. They are after the People’s Choice Award. The national competition, run by GenerationOne and the Australian School of Performing Arts, aims to raise awareness and get young Australians actively involved in the movement to end indigenous disparity in one generation. In its third year, the CREATivE CHANGE

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TALENT‌ Anne Files and Emma Quirk are hoping for a good result in the Kool Skools competition.

velop song writing skills, watching a song take shape and watching them mature as performers,� Xavier music teacher, Anne Files, who has been passionately involved with the program for years, said. “The journey starts with a bus trip to Melbourne where we record. The beauty of the day is that the kids get to see up close and personal how the recording process works. “Forty CDs are produced between Victoria and southern NSW - that’s 500 tracks. “It wouldn’t happen without the support of the schools and the council.� Albury City youth development officer Mandy Wilson said the city gave $4500 for the project. “It’s about providing the youngsters with an opportunity to be recorded and recognised,� she said. And Albury mayor Alice Glachin said it was about “giving youth the opportunity to showcase and develop their talents.�

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HEALS OVER HEADS‌ Showgoers from last year riding the high life.

Calling all show-offs ‘COME on in and see the show, come on in, the show is on.’ It’s that time of year again, when fireworks light up the sky and the screams of hundreds of delighted children fill the Albury showgrounds for the Albury Show. This year, showgoers can look forward to impressive spectacles from the mini-bike stunt team, clever performances from Wranglers Animal Entertainment, a wood chop competition and, of course, the fireworks. “The show has been going for roughly 150 years,� show secretary Sue Hurst said. “We always offer really good entertainment and cater for the little guys, teenagers and adults.� People will also be flocking to the show for a wide variety of art and craft displays, photog-

raphy, animal shows, cattle showing and horse events. “This year we have revised horse programs that gives competitors more classes and our horticultural section is also very strong,� Ms Hurst

said. The show opens next Friday at 3pm and continues on Saturday and Sunday, at 9am on both days.The fireworks are at 9.30pm on Saturday. Admission for adults is $15, $10 Sunday. Families are $40, $20 on Sunday, children to 16 and disability pensioners are $5 while children under six are free.

All the fun of the fair JOSIE Lidner, 19, is Miss Albury Show Girl for 2012. Reporter KRYSTEN MANUEL knows how she feels, albeit on a smaller level. I remember standing - hot, bothered, dressed uncomfortably and forcing a reluctant smile - as I waited. They were about to announce Miss Junior Albury Show Girl and I was in the mix. Then my smile quickly morphed into a jealous scowl when my best friend won and I received some inferior prize. But despite some ’unfair’ judging, I am like most ’Alburynians’, with fond memories of the show, of which I have been a loyal patron for the best part of 25 years. Next weekend, I, and so many others, will

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By TREVOR JACKSON BEING the 50,000th patient through Border Pathology’s doors meant little to Greg Sargeant. It’s not that he didn’t appreciate the milestone, but having the service is something he recommends to everyone. Mr Sargeant had a recent health check-up through an employer-based health scheme. He got the “all-clear”. The workplace tests take the fear out of the equation for many males reluctant to see their GP. “Working for Jacobs Toyota. we have to have a health check every year,” he said.

“We have blood tests and other tests to check for lead and other things. “It provides peace of mind because you know you don’t have a problem, and at my age (63), that’s good.” Border Pathology’s doctor services marketing manager, Vicky Leon, said the company was pleased the 50,000th customer came from a business taking the initiative to offer its staff annual health checks. “We have been operating for a little less than two and a half years, so having the support of 50,000 local people is a real milestone,” she said.


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The camera man DAVID Gordon was introduced to photography by his father Bryan when he was just eight years old. It has been a passion for him since. “I’ve had a camera in my hand for nearly 40 years. My dad, an ex-photographer, was my harshest critic,” Mr Gordon said. Now David Gordon is set to hold his first photographic exhibition at the Creators Artspace on Lincoln Causeway between 9-11 November. The exhibition will display 35 of Mr Gordon’s photographs, featuring landscape, wildlife and birdlife, macro nature and abstract and artistic shots. Most of the photographs were taken locally. All photos are for sale, with some of the proceeds to be donated to the palliative care unit of the Mercy Hospital in memory of Rob Burston, Mr Gordon’s fatherin-law, and Bryan Gordon. Albury City mayor Alice Glachan will open the exhibition on 9 November at 6.30pm. See www.dgapphotos.com or www.facebook.com/davidgordonphotos.

Laugh and a half LOUISE Egan is about to launch her career into the excitingly turbulent waters of Australian comedy. Ms Egan will release her aptly titled album - Start Ya Bastard - at Thurgoona’s Kinross Woolshed on 2 November at 8pm. A collection of predominantly original masterpieces, the Start Ya Bastard show has something for every taste and terror. She’s unique and appealing. She’s witty and willing. She’s well-travelled and amazingly energetic. She’s not only unafraid to cross the line that is considered taboo, she takes pride in pole vaulting right over it - and waving seductively at those left behind.

SNAPPED… David Gordon was reared with a camera in his hand and is about to have his first photo exhibition. These are some of his favourite works.

Already having been hailed by her idol, Kevin ’Bloody’ Wilson, Ms Egan is ecstatic at the prospect of joining Australia’s line-up of comedic musical acts.

Celebrate the Melbourne Cup at the Commercial Club Enjoy the biggest Racing Day on the calender in the club’s spacious Zodiac Lounge. • TAB Facilities • Large Screens • Variety of Hampers • Champagne & Beer Specials • Sweep Competitions • Giveaways • Lounge Bookings Available • Sweep tickets on sale in the club.

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A Battle of Beechworth

BATTLEFIELD 2, the FReeZAPUSH Start Battle of the Bands final, will rock Beechworth on 10 November. Competing bands include Hounds Homebound, The Inducer, Hunter Gatherer, Shake Hands and Dirty Thrill. Soloist Liv Cartledge will also perform. “Many of the bands competing have really strong ties to the Indigo Shire, which is fantastic,� Indigo Shire’s community development youth officer Annette Walton said. “It is also very exciting to hold the event at the same time as the North East Skate Park Series Final.

What’s on TODAY � Tallangatta Fifties Festival, goes to Sunday. A weekend of classic cars, motorcycles, non-stop Rock’n’Roll dancing, world-class entertainment, busking, art. Tallangatta.

This will add another level of energy and enthusiasm to the event.�

TOMORROW ďż˝ Myrtleford and District Agricultural Pastoral Show. A fun, family day. Wood chopping, cattle and horse events, arts and craft, photography exhibition and competition, horticulture, rides, entertainment, showbags, animal nursery. Myrtleford showgrounds, Yackandandah-Myrtleford Road, Myrtleford. Enquiries, 03 5752 2608.

Headlining the event will be modern indie rock band Kingswood from Melbourne. This band is currently wedged on the Triple J Hit List with their debut single, Yeah Go Die. There are also markets and even circus performances. Visit www.facebook.com/pages/ north-east-skate-park-series or contact Annette Walton on 02 6028 1133 for more information.

ďż˝ Albury Toy Library open 10-11am. Enquiries, email alburytoys@ gmail.com. ďż˝ Wodonga Toy Library, 9am-noon at Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries, 0404 936 208. ďż˝ Static Aircraft Display, 9am-2pm. Includes a Chinese Nanchang, Yak 52, Kitty-Hawk, Chipmunk, Birddog on floats, Piper Pacer, Harvard, and much more. This is not an air-show. Barbecue and drinks for sale. Gold coin donation. Albury Airport. SUNDAY ďż˝ Community garage sale, 74 Commercial Street, Walla Walla.

Enquiries, Leonie Carey 02 6029 2129 or Debbie Wenke 02 6029 2217. ďż˝ Walk to Cure Diabetes 10.30am for 11am start. Hovell Tree Park, Albury. Enquiries, Albury Wodonga Diabetes Support Group, 02 6021 8668. TUESDAY ďż˝ Wodonga Toy Library, noon1.30pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries, 0404 936 208. WEDNESDAY ďż˝ Albury Toy Library open 4-5pm Wednesdays and 10-11am. Enquiries, email alburytoys@ gmail.com.

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ALTERNATIVE… Tex Perkins and the Dark Horses are coming to the Border.

Endless gigs follow sack By TREVOR JACKSON

“I WAS a bad worker bee, an inadequate drone,” is how Tex Perkins explains his reasoning for entering the entertainment industry some three decades ago. “Basically, the last time I was sacked from a job coincided with being offered some gigs in Sydney,” he explained. “That opportunity was followed by another, and I haven’t looked back - it has been 30 years.” For those familiar with the work of the enigmatic Aussie, it has been an interesting ride, an almost chameleon-like career. Back in the days of a 17-year-old, Perkins says he was involved in the postpunk scene in Brisbane, into rock and roll, punk rock, country, and blues and roots music. “I was playing thrashy, country blues, I guess you could call it,” Perkins said. That was with a band called the Dum-Dums. He moved on to The Beasts of Bourbon, a project he considered, “a little bit more sophisticated”. Another venture came in the form of

The Cruel Sea, a further change of direction with the collaboration Tex, Don and Charlie, among others. In fact, change seems to have defined Perkins’ career - and that’s not by mistake. “I try and avoid drudgery,” he said. “I just keep moving and I return to projects - it’s not as if I leave them and never return. “I’m looking forward to doing another Tex, Don and Charlie album.” His career has also included an interesting segue with the Man in Black Johnny Cash shows. “It worked so well, because I was so comfortable there,” Perkins said. “It was like an old country chair to me - I could just relax in those songs.” Perkins is bringing his latest work with the Dark Horses to the Border, and again, he has an interesting spin on the band’s style. “It’s sort of country, but it’s not,” he explained. “We played a country music festival at the beginning of the year and the audi-

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ence didn’t really embrace us - ’you’re not country, you’re shit’, was generally the attitude. “We kind of consider ourselves alternative country, or aggressive country. “I guess we are, at heart, a country rock band, but we’re not satisfied with just that. We’re very interested in pushing boundaries and seeing where we can take it. “I think we’re a little bit more forward looking, progressive than the classic country rock band.” And punters attending the Albury gig can expect “a whole range of things”. “Primarily, I’m bringing the Dark Horses to Albury,” Perkins said. “But then we can also play Tex, Don and Charlie, The Beasts of Bourbon and The Cruel Sea songs. “It won’t be the complete human jukebox of Tex Perkins, but I think, as a fan of any of those other bands, you will recognise some material.” The Tex Perkins Dark Horses tour hits the SS&A Club on Friday, 16 November. Contact the club for further details.

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Fast, sexy and Savage MOVIE: Savages (MA15+) DURATION: 129 minutes YOU may see a few harsh reviews on Savages from movie snobs who turn their noses up at anything not Tarantino. But take it from me, it’s worth a look. A tricky, bloody thriller with wild, twisted flashes of sex and genius, Savages explores the blurry lines between friendship and love, challenging the audience with the ageold question - the price of a life.

NOW SHOWING: Thu 25.10.12 to Wed 31.10.12 LOOPER (MA15+) Thu to Wed 1.45, 9.15 3D DREDD (MA15+) Thu to Wed 4.45, 9.30 3D FRANKENWEENIE (PG) Thu to Wed 4.30, 8.30 3D SURCHARGE APPLIES. NO FREE TICKETS ARGO (M) NO FREE TICKETS Thu to Wed 11.15am, 1.45, 4.15, 6.45, 9.15

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O (Ophelia) has a truly envy worthy life. Living in a mansion on Laguna Beach, she enjoys the love of two gorgeous men - Chon, the damaged, exmarine, and Ben, the peace-minded Buddhist. Between the three, they develop high grade marijuana and create an almost violence free business. But, of course, some unhealthy competition is attracted - enter the Mexican Baja Cartel, headed by the ruthless Elena. When Elena’s offer to join forces is refused, O is kidnapped and, of course, her boys will stop at nothing to get her back.

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Many chainsaws, IEDs, dollars and the odd slap later, the film seemingly ends, only to re-attempt the ending in more feelgood fashion. It is also worth mentioning John Travolta’s appearance in this movie. Playing the smaller, but interesting and complex role, Travolta is the dirty dealing DEA cop with a finger in every pie - and he does a damn good job. For entertainment value, Savages is a winner - the best movie I’ve seen in a long time.

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Tune in with new technology TECHNOLOGY continues to stream ahead in the motoring industry. Holden has just announced the launch of a new premium infotainment system, MyLink. The system allows drivers to integrate their compatible smartphone and stored media with their car. It connects to compatible devices via Bluetooth, plug-in outlet or USB, and a seven-inch colour touch screen allows the driver to control selected functions, including music, radio and telephone. The driver is able to access stored songs from their phone or MP3 player and their favourite radio station. When a mobile device is connected to the system, the driver will also be able to stream digital content from selected applications.

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Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time for action By TREVOR JACKSON

PEACE OF MINDâ&#x20AC;Ś Jacinta and Tony Walmsley will service your trailer.

WHEN was the last time you had the bearings on your trailer checked? If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re like many trailer owners, it has probably been a while, and with the warmer weather nearly here, now is the time to take action. Whether a standard 6x4 trailer, a boat trailer, or a caravan, the advice from Tony and Jacinta Walmsley at P&L Bearings in Wodonga is simple get your bearings checked. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The two most important things are lights and bearings,â&#x20AC;? Tony says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Most people just hook their trailers up and assume the lights are still working from last year, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not always the case.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;With bearings, if a boat has been pulled out of the water and there was water still in the bearings when the boat was parked, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be rusted. Then the bearings will get hot and seize up. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Instead of being a $120 checkup with new bearings, it could cost $500 or more to get back on the road again.â&#x20AC;? Tony said clients often brought trailers in that had belonged to their father or grandfather, and hadnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t had the bearings serviced for many years. He said sometimes in those situations it was cheaper to replace the whole axle than to try to repair the bearings. But he said everything was fix-

able. The cost depended on the damage caused, and the convenience of knowing your trailer was right to go far outweighed the minimal cost of a service. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At the end of the day, $120 to know youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re right, is better than a Saturday afternoon sitting on the side of the road, having to wait until Monday morning when someone opens,â&#x20AC;? he said. For their $120, customers are ensured of a full check-up, including bushings and lights, and quality Japanese bearing replacement. P&L also offer bearing kits for cars, including transmissions, and can custom build trailers to specific needs.

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Ewe sit on it, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll cover it By TREVOR JACKSON

VARIETYâ&#x20AC;Ś Wendi Strauss and Shadow have plenty to show at Big Chiefs in Wodonga.

SHADOW looked. He wanted to come over and say hi, but his sheepskin bed just looked too comfortable. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m guessing Shadow, the â&#x20AC;&#x153;shop dogâ&#x20AC;? at Big Chiefs in Wodonga, has discovered what so many customers have - the quality and comfort of the products in the store. Whether you drive, ride, fly, or whatever, Big Chiefs can make a seat cover to suit you. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our motto is, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;ewe sit on it, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll cover itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;,â&#x20AC;? store owner Wendi Strauss said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve done motorbikes, pushbikes, golf buggies, planes, helicopters - the only thing I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve put a seat cover on is a train.â&#x20AC;?

Wendi said seat covers were always popular, more so in summer. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The car seats arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t overly comfortable, even though they should be, plus the sheepskin is cool in summer,â&#x20AC;? she said. The seat covers produced at Big Chiefs are custom made to fit, something that has become a necessity in recent times. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With all the new cars and airbags, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re all different, so you have to make them for the particular seats so they fit properly,â&#x20AC;? she said. All the seat covers are made from three-quarter inch clip sheepskin, described by Wendi as being â&#x20AC;&#x153;the ideal length.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you go any less, you might as well not have it, and if you go any more, it

tends to flatten too quickly,â&#x20AC;? she said. And she says another important factor in choosing a quality seat cover was the protection it offered the seats - especially considering the investment people make in their vehicles. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If your seats arenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t in good condition when you decide to sell your car, you lose a lot of your resale value,â&#x20AC;? Wendi said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;People are starting to realise they need to cover their seats so they stay in good condition.â&#x20AC;? And while youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re inquiring about your next set of seat covers, why not have a browse around the shop and look at the many products on offer, from footwear to knick knacks and souvenirs. You might be surprised what youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find.

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Homes&Property �� Albury Wodonga

Out of town, not out of reach By TREVOR JACKSON A SHORT drive south of Wodonga on the picturesque, tree-lined Baranduda Boulevard - sits the peaceful, country village of Baranduda. And it’s here you’ll find this sprawling four-bedroom family home. No expense has been spared to create this stunning private oasis, from the tasteful entry foyer to the relaxing rear entertaining deck. With 26 squares of living, this home caters for the growing family. Australiana motifs grace glass panels on the timber front door, and the prospective owners are greeted by feature tiles upon entry. The master suite is itself a private haven, set adjacent to the study at one end of the home. This spacious area includes a large ensuite and expansive walk-in robe. It’s a long stroll to the ’west wing’, where the remaining three double bedrooms reside, all with built-in robes, and serviced by a large main bathroom with separate toilet. As a side note, it’s refreshing to see such a well-designed laundry, with extensive storage via a generous walk-in linen press, and ample cupboard space in the main room. But the living areas of the home are its hub - and here’s where this home really shines. The large kitchen has been designed with the budding chef in mind, with abundant storage space, including pot drawers for those awkward, bulky items, stainless gas cooktop, stainless electric oven and a dishwasher.

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Homes&Property

Albury Wodonga

Prices down WODONGA house prices have dropped - unlike the rest of regional Victoria, which has remained stable. Median house prices in the Victorian border city increased by 2.8 per cent over the last quarter, but reduced by 0.9 per cent over the year, according to Robert Larocca of the Real Estate Institute of Victoria (REIV). “In rural Wodonga, the median house price went down by 11 per cent,” Mr Larocca said. On a state level, September quarter medians demonstrate stability with residential Victorian house prices for this quarter at $307,000. In June, they were $305,000. Wodonga’s median house price is around $272,500 for the city - and $247 000 for rural areas. Enzo Raimondo, chief executive officer of the REIV, said while homebuyers and sellers had been “acting cautiously”, prices had remained stable. The REIV believes that once there is an improvement in consumer confidence, capital growth will return. “The rental market has begun to tighten again,” Mr Raimondo said. “In regional Victorian, the vacancy rate dropped from 2.7 per cent in June to 2 per cent in September. “Over the course of the quarter, the median rent for a house increased from $290 per week in July to $295 per week in September.”

It’s that time of the year By PETER SWEENEY SOME say it’s because of spring - but those in “the know” say it’s because of the time of year. Both may be right. In the world of real estate, the ears - and interests - of people have risen strongly. “It happens towards the end of one year and close to the start of another,” Clinton Harvey, of Wodonga Real Estate, said. “People look at buying and selling at this time of year. “Inquiries for homes have been very steady during October. That’s both for sales and rentals.” Mr Harvey said there were “a lot less” houses on the market this year. “A vendor may have bought a house for $300,000 five years ago, and it’s worth much the same or not much more now,” he added. “So he/she mightn’t be keen on selling, thinking they won’t be making much. But it works for them when he/she wants to upscale and look for a bigger home in the $380,000 to $400,000 range. “While the price for their home mightn’t be terrific, there has never been a better opportunity to get into a bigger home at a better price. “I think you can say the same across the board.”

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15 Bourke Cres

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Bruce St, Wodonga

$270pw

Burnley St, Wodonga

Three bedroom home with split system heating and cooling plus gas heater. Neat kitchen with gas cook top, ensuite to master bedroom, built in robes, full bathroom, pergola, small enclosed back yard and double lock up garage with internal access. No pets. Avail 30.10.12

Units/Townhouses available

$225pw

Western View Dr, East Albury $365pw

Spacious three bedroom home, large lounge with gas heating, spacious dining area, electric cooking, built in robes and ceiling fans in all bedrooms, full bathroom, spacious laundry with built in cupboard, large back yard (not enclosed) and single lock up garage. Lawn maintenance included. Avail now

Five bedroom, two bathroom home in popular Estate. Built in robes to all bedrooms, separate split systems to upstair bedrooms. Spacious living downstairs with split system and gas heating, renovated kitchen and separate rumpus / bar area. Undercover entertaining area, garden shed, courtyard and single carport. Avail now

Anne St $415pw Avail mid Dec. 2-storey, 3 BR townhouse, WIR, ENS, spacious living, duct heat/cool, remote DLUG.

Houses available Melrose Dr $230pw Avail 30.11.12 Neat 3 BR home, BIRs, ducted heat / cool, single carport+ garage. Mayfair Dr $240pw Avail now 3 BR home, ensuite, ducted cool, gas heat, encl yard, pergola, SLUG. Derwent Way $275pw Avail 01.11.12 2 BR home, duct cool/ heat, BIRs, DW, open living, SLUG. No pets. South St $300pw Avail now Renovated 3BR, BIRs, DW, gas heat, AC, encl yard, garden shed, SLUG. Fitzroy St $350pw Avail 31.10.12 3 BR home, ensuite, ducted heat / cool, DW, u’cover area, encl yard, DLUG Castle Crk Rd $360pw Avail now

Mitchell St, Wodonga

Houses available

Units/Townhouses available

Mayfair Dr $150pw Avail 26.11.12 1 BR unit, polished floors, gas heat, AC, courtyard, single carport. Railway St $180pw Avail 23.11.12 2 BR townhouse, gas heating, AC, full bathroom, single carport. No pets. Forde Crt $210pw Avail now Tidy 2 Br unit, recently refurbished, BIRs, AC, gas heat, SLUG, no pets. Charles St $220pw Avail 14.11.12 3 BR unit, 2 living, gas heating, AC, pergola, double carport, no pets. Lawrence St $290pw Avail Dec 2 BR townhouse, BIRs, DW, ducted heat / cool, alfresco, SLUG, no pets. Bassett St $310pw Avail 20.12.12 Executive 3 BR townhouse, S/S heat/cool, ENS, low maintenance yard, DLUG. Mitchell St $350pw Avail 29.10.12 Fully furnished 2 BR townhouse, ducted heat/cool, BIRs, encl yard, SLUG.

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

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Fully furnished modern 2 bedroom townhouse with ducted heating and cooling, full bathroom, built in robes in both bedrooms, stainless steel gas cooktop and electric oven, outdoor entertaining area, enclosed yard and single lock up garage with remote and internal access. Avail 29.10.12

Albury & District properties

4 BR home + study nook, ensuite, ducted heat / cool, DW, dbl garage. Anglesey St, Leneva $360pw Avail 24.11.12. Brand new executive 3 BR home, duct heat/cool, DW, ENS, alfresco, remote DLUG. Whistler Conc $400pw Avail now Beautiful 3 BR + study, ENS, ducted heat & cool + S/S, DW, ducted vacuum, DLUG.

Albury & District properties

DW, pergola, dbl carport Allan St, Albury $310pw Avail now 3 BR townhouse, ducted heat & cool, ENS, full bathroom, DW, encl yard, DLUG. Rivergum Dr, East Albury $370pw Avail now 3 BR + study home, ENS, ducted heat / cool, DW, courtyard, remote DLUG. Cambridge Dr, Thurgoona $400pw Avail now 4 BR, ducted heat & cool, formal lounge, OPL dining & family & alfresco entertaining, gas cooktop DS, ens, enclosed yard, rainwater tank and DLUG

Urana Rd, Lavington $200pw Avail 27.10.12 2 BR townhouse, gas heat, AC, full bathroom, BIRs, encl yard, SLUG. Lavington $220pw Avail now. 2 BR unit, large lounge, BIRs, duct cool, gas heat, courtyard, SLUG. No pets. Hanel St, Albury $305pw Avail 15.01.13. Period 3 BR home, study, S/S heat/cool, wood fire,

Murra Crt, Kiewa $190pw Avail now Neat 2 BR unit, BIRs, large living / dining, S/S heat/ cool, good size yard, SLUG. Indigo Drive, Barnawartha $375pw Avail now Lifestyle property, 3 BRs + study, ENS, DW, ducted cool, combustion heater, DLUG.

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ELECTRICIANS

Brian Murray - Formerly The Tap Doctor C1028127-JJ19-12

Howard Shearer (02) 6023 1931

Phone

02 6024 7725

Shearer Electrical Pty Ltd. NSW Lic. 154563C Vic. Lic. 15178

NSW Builders Lic 240793C

C1009104-JJ08-12

Renovations & Alterations Decks & Pergolas Small Jobs Specialist Quality Work Guaranteed

Quality Renovations & Extensions C973247-KK41-11 C953852-JL32-11

25 years experience. Specialising in all types of concrete work. FREE QUOTES Large and small jobs.

Bobcat, Mini Excavator & Tip Truck also available.

PHONE 0418 578 447

ABN 296 226 46183 NSW 15028C VIC 19565

FLOOR SANDING

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“For lovely polished timber floors!” FURNITURE RESTORATION

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WHM - All Carpentry Services WHM - General House Maintenance WHM - Minor Painting,

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• Truck and tractor hire • Lawns and edges out • Site clearing • Rubbish Removed • Spouting cleared • Landscape work • Cars removed • Mini loader hire • Odd Jobs - whatever? • Weed spraying

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Specialising in all Pest Control NE Victoria & Southern NSW Locally owned family business since 1974. Termites (White Ants), Spiders, Bees, Wasps, Bed Bugs, Fleas, Rats, Mice & Cockroaches Purchasing a Property? Are there Termites? Have it professionally inspected! Effective, competitive solutions for your Termite problems

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Phone: 0457 927 736

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PLUMBER NO CALL OUT FEE

FLOORS LAID AND REPAIRED MANY YEARS EXPERIENCE PROMPT QUOTES ALL AREAS REALISTIC PRICES!

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NO

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0429 623 831

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• Maintenance • Hot Water Services vices • Water Filters • Taps • Renovations • Water Saving • Replacement Toilets/cisterns All other plumbing services

We provide free quotes

S P Gils on Domestic Maintenance Solar Systems Eco Lighting Solutions Switchboard Upgrades Electrical Safety

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For all home and garden maintenance needs

Call 13 11 98

www.graceconstructions.com.au

• • • •

PLUMBING

• Metering/Gross Meters • TV & Antenna Installations • Appliance Repairs • Ceiling Fans & Tastics • Security Lights

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Grace constructions

0427 795 579

MURRAY

For All Electrical Work

0428 231 931

Mobile

0419 160 282

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Email: mattdoddsplumbing@hotmail.com

C859245-JL43-10

Ph: 0438 458 145

ELECTRICIAN

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• Sheds and Pergolas • Fencing and Cattle Yards • Stainless Pipe Work • Handrails • Labour Hire • Onsite Welding • Shutdown Work • Pool Fencing • Colorbond Fencing

*Tiling *Plastering *Welding *Painting *Scheduled Maintenance * Fence & Gate Repairs *Concreting *Timberwork *Brickwork *Retaining, Paving, turf or Seeded Lawns etc.

THOUGHT OF A JOB? - WE CAN HELP!

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ALL FACETS OF PROPERTY MAINTENANCE:

0415 388 133

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NSW Lic: 190222C

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0438 692 277

BUILDERS

&

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TILING

AUTOMOTIVE

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RUBBISH REMOVAL

Car Servicing - All Makes and Models

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Don’t buy new furniture! Recycle it! Call now for a FREE in-home quote

Phone: (02) 6059 3817

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Call Wally 0418 578 100 or 02 6009 0994 www.opalelectronics.com.au

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Albury Nails Shop Manicure - Spa Pedicure - Waxing Full Set French Nails Refill Spa Pedicure

$50 $30 $35

We have moved from Sunny Nails

Open 6 days - Shop 8/685 Dean St Albury

Clothing Alterations NOW AT 87 Mitchell St (cnr Athol St) Wodonga Mon to Fri 9.30am to 4.30pm

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FOR SALE

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For all your Pool & Spa Chemical needs on site:

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UPHOLSTERERS

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Phone: (02) 6041 1444

My name is Joel and I can help you with your financial needs, call me on 0428 167 935 or email joel.franks@cba.com.au. I can come to you.

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AB CIRCLE, as new, used few times, EC. $100. 0423 081 786. AGAPANTHAS, 5, blue, potted. $20 the lot. 0434 396 842.

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

GIFT SHOPS Ever changing inspirational Gift and Homewares for yourself, family and friends!

BBQ, large hooded, with cover and side burner, stainless steel, GC, $170. 0458 043 649. BED FRAME, girls, cream, with slats, GC. $30. 0423 081 786.

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Closed Tue

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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. CLUB LOUNGE, 3 piece, gold velvet, EC. $395ono. 0422 503 100.

COME AND SEE WHAT’S NEW IN STORE

111 Towong Street, Tallangatta

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

BED, Ferrari car bed, red, with slats and mattress, GC. $100. 0423 081 786. BED, king single ensemble, Seally Dream Saver, VGC, sheets and valance included. $200. 0423 081 786.

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.


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Classifieds

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

FOR SALE

WATER 15 LITRES $4.95

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

BRIDAL & DEB WEAR

Best Water Best Price

ENTERTAINMENT UNIT, solid Rajah, as new, L201x W55 x H60cm. $520ono. 0408 237 342.

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

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

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

MASSAGE THERAPISTS

SITUATIONS VACANT

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

SHORTS, mens and boys, 10,926 pairs, 14 sizes, 107.5cm to size 70cm, 50% wool 50% poly, one colour, in plastic, original boxing, total sale only $5,463. Phone between 78pm. (02)6020-6960.

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

ABLE TO START NOW ???

KITCHEN, beige, laminte, includes appliances, VGC. $500ono. (02) 6024-2450.

LOUNGE SUITE, 3 seater couch, brown fabric, 2 Big Boy recliners, VGC. $400. 0409 377 127.

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.

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

TREADMILL, Inspiration Pursuit, EC, multi setting modes. $200ono. (02) 6021-2496 or 0415 607 457. TRINITY COLLEGE, text books, Year 9, EC. $100 the lot. 0402 399 728.

VENDING MACHINE, for drinks, holds 240 cans in 8 slots. $800ono. 0400 470 141. WALL OVEN, Westinghouse, natural gas, with grill, VGC. $60. 0408 220 935.

WASHING MACHINE, Fisher and Paykel, top loader, 6.5Kg, EC. $360. 0408 237 342. WASHING MACHINE, LG, top loader, turbo, 5Kg, EC. $280ono. 0428 443 675.

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

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SITUATIONS VACANT

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SEWING, SEWING MACHINES WALL UNIT, antique baltic, EC, L190 x D50 x H215cm. $620ono. 0408 237 342.

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

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.

FORD, Courier, ute, 1989, steel drop side tray, very reliable, manual, original 231,000kms, 5 months reg, suit farm or handyman, OTX-880. $1,950ono 0429 180 024.

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.

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

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

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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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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DISCOVER… Albury Wodonga Yacht Club is urging people to come and experience the excitement of sailing on Sunday at Lake Hume.

BANDITS star import Mohamed Ntumba has re-signed with the club. “Momo’s work ethic, physicality and mental toughness were a key ingredient this year,” coach Brad Chalmers said. “We are delighted he will be back, it shows wonderful commitment to what we are about as a club.” The Bandits recently lost championship player Jazz Ferguson, who has moved to Bendigo. Meanwhile, staff at the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre are readying for a hectic November - spearheaded by the return of Jackson. Australia’s flagbearer at the recent Olympic Games will suit-up for the Canberra Capitals in their clash with Bendigo Spirit on 18 November. “In terms of events, November is competition time here,” Michael Stanton, manager at the LJSC, said. “There’s something on every weekend.” It starts on 3 and 4 November with the 30th annual badminton tournament for veterans - to be followed a week later by the Twin City basketball senior classic. Then there’s the Jackson show, before the Murray River basketball jamboree for Under-12s. “We’ll have sides from most states and New Zealand here,” Stanton said.

Wind in your sails ALBURY Wodonga Yacht Club is opening the hatches on Sunday - for a day of discovery. The Discover Sailing Day is an initiative of Yachting Australia and is designed to introduce more people to the experiences of sailing. And where better to discover the sport than on the banks of Lake Hume? The club will be open for tours with a licensed cafe and the wood-fired pizza oven operating. More importantly, people unfamiliar with sailing can seek advice about the sport, and how to access training services for children and adults. They can also find out about the Sailability

program, designed for people with disabilities, which has proved most popular. There will also be a national Discover Sailing Day prize. Fill out a registration form and you’re in the draw to win a one-week charter in the Whitsundays for six people on a monohull boat. The prize includes two adult return airfares to the Whitsundays. If you’ve thought about trying your hand at sailing, now is the time to check out the posibilities. Visit www.awyc.yachting.org.au for more.

Margaret courts success MARGARET Whittaker knew last Saturday night was going to be a good one - but she didn’t realise it would become one of her most memorable. Community-minded Marg was in a 60-strong crowd at a dinner to celebrate 50 years of playing netball at the J.C. King courts. Marg, who used to ’tag along’ to the courts with her parents in the early days at the J.C. King courts, was presented with a plaque at the end of the night. “But wait,” she was told, “there’s more.” On Monday night, the Albury Netball Association named one of the courts after Marg Whittaker. “I was gobsmacked,” Marg said.

GOBSMACKED… Margaret Whittaker was surprised to have a court named in her honour. Picture: PETER SWEENEY.

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DUNK… The Bandits have scored with the return of Mohamed Ntumba to the lineup for next season. Picture: TREVOR JACKSON.

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