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Issue #204 – Wednesday, October 9, 2013

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Tour of duty By KRYSTEN MANUEL

SINCE Albury councillor Graham Docksey took the reins as Albury RSL president, one issue in particular has played on his heart and mind. This month, this issue will finally come to light when the Albury RSL calls out to young veterans in a bid to break down the barriers of age, draw in the younger veteran community and offer assistance – especially to those suffering post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Only last week, the Australian Defence Force released figures showing this year’s suicide toll brings the number of suspected or confirmed suicides to 85 since Australia entered Iraq more than double the number of Australian troops killed in combat. Currently, there is no mandatory reporting of suspected suicides of former soldiers. Experts suspect the toll could be much higher. Further statistics show 780 defence personnel showed symptoms of posttraumatic stress syndrome over the past three years. In Cr Docksey’s mind, this is all the more reason for our local community to reach out to the 90-odd young veterans locally who could be suffering. “We don’t want them to suffer the same thing we Vietnam vets suffered from,� he said. “We want to open our doors. It doesn’t matter how old or young you are, the situation is the same.� Due to privacy laws the veterans cannot be contacted, but the message is still clear. “I’m trying to get back to what the RSL is all about and that is the welfare

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and the needs of our veteran and exservice community,� Cr Docksey said. “I’ve done a lot of things in my life and after 46 years in the army, having worked in army community service, I understand the system doesn’t always provide for you and the difficulties friends of mine have had with DVA (Department of Veteran Affairs) and similar organisations.� The Younger Veterans Forum on Sunday 27 October is hoping to attract visits from the national president and state president of the RSL, as well as providing stands from the DVA and veterans/veterans family counselling services. Among the sea of support will also be Lance-Corporal Matthew Maw, a 41-year-old veteran, PTSD sufferer and advocate for getting young veterans back into their local RSL.

Albury RSL president Graham Docksey and Lance-Corporal Matthew Maw are hoping to break the barriers of age with the Young Veterans Forum this month. L-Cpl Maw served in East Timor in December 2000 – June 2001, was posted to Perth in 2003 and in Afghanistan in 2006. “I was at Tarin Kowt in Afghanistan and I looked after the guys’ vehicles,â€? he said. “You see some pretty horrible stuff and some things happened‌ “You’re always anxious and on the

go, not sleeping, getting agitated. For the first three months we were there we were working 18 hours a day. It wasn’t uncommon, if you had to go to another base, to get small arms fire. “The thing that hurt me the most was I lost a friend. He died back in Australia in a car accident. I was already in a fragile state of mind and the worst thing was that I couldn’t get to

the funeral because I was still in the army. “It’s hard coming home. We would come out of country and have a psych interview but there would be 20 people in the waiting room. At that time you didn’t know if you had problems – you were going home, you were happy, the cracks don’t seem to appear until later. Continued on Page 2

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Tour of duty

Editorial Veterans should seize the support

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“I knew I had a problem when I got out of the army and was working for John Deere. I had to drive a long way to do services and I found I was just crying and crying ... “I was diagnosed with PTSD in 2008 and I had a breakdown in 2009. “I ended up in hospital and did a course for PTSD for about five months. I was actually married with four kids. Our relationship broke down so I moved out and was by myself suffering PTSD, it was pretty bad. “I was very low, I had a lot of struggles with DVA, just trying to get recognised and get help which is a long and arduous task. “The journey is like an insurance claim, almost. You have to give information and have witnesses for things that happened and nearly put a case forward. I couldn’t see my kids and I battled for over three years. It’s only just now I’m able to see them.� L-Cpl Maw has now made himself a tool to encourage younger veterans to not only seek the help they need, but seek help through their local RSL, who will welcome them with open arms. “I want to help the younger guys to realise that help is there and networking is probably the best thing you can do,� he said. “It’s bridging the gap between the older and younger vets, learning what help is out there and not getting lost, which is easy to do.� The Younger Veterans forum is open to veterans, their families and friends and will be held at Anzac House, 527 Wilson Street Albury, Sunday 27 October from 9.30am until lunch.

TYPICALLY, when people think of RSLs, young veterans don’t spring to mind. But people like Albury RSL president Graham Docksey are working to change this, and for good reason. RSLs aren’t just a place for the public to go to have a cheap meal. They’re not just a place for old men to get together and talk about war. They’re an invaluable place for people to network, support and encourage each other especially the young vets of our community. With so many of our men coming home from overseas, having been surrounded by death and violence, this is the perfect time for the older generation to step up and lend a hand. Post-traumatic stress disorder is exactly the same as it was when the troops came back from Vietnam, and while modern day soldiers have a world of support to come home to in comparison, the system is still difficult to navigate, especially when you’re suffering. Around Australia, there are whispers that not all RSL clubs are as receptive to their younger vets as they should be - an attitude that feeds the stereotype. But Albury is lucky to have a club president that leads its older members to welcome young vets so readily, understanding the importance of mentorship and support. So young vets - grab this opportunity with both hands!

CURVES in both Albury and Wodonga have again put up their hands in support of the Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon Day. From 14-26 October the clubs will waive their usual joining fee of $149 when any donation is made to the Cancer Council’s I Heart Pink campaign - even a simple gold coin donation is welcome. The club will also run a series of events and initiatives throughout the month, including hosting a Girls Night In party and selling Pink Ribbon Day merchandise. “On 18 October from 7-9pm we’re hosting a Girls Night In party,� Curves Wodonga manager Rebecca Allard said. “We’re going to have Tupperware, Bodyshop, Nutrimetics, Avon and a designer clothing label. We will also have some professionals out to show ladies how to check their breasts. “Our members are pumped, they can’t wait. They’ve taken some brochures home and their family members are coming as well.� The aim is to raise funds for vital breast and gynaecological cancer research, prevention and support services during Breast Cancer Awareness month. This year, Curves clubs across Australia are striving to meet the fund-raising goal of $250,000. “Curves clubs have been fund-raising for Cancer Council for the past seven years and have raised more than $1.4 million,� Ms Allard said. “The funds raised have helped Cancer Council’s work in women’s cancer research, prevention and support services for Australians affected by cancer. “One of these services is Breast Cancer Connect, where a newly diagnosed patient is paired with a volunteer cancer survivor to ease them through their cancer journey. “Excess weight, lack of physical activity and unhealthy diet are among the most preventable causes of the disease. “It is our hope that this month local women

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Riding against poverty By KRYSTEN MANUEL CAREVAN has put up their hand for Anti-Poverty Week from 13-19 October with their annual Carevan Anti-Poverty Ride, this time in memory of one particular tireless volunteer, Marg Fisher. “Marg Fisher was a volunteer for Carevan since its inception,” Carevan’s Jodie Tiernan said. “We held our first anti-poverty week bike ride three years ago and she was very much a part of that. She was a fantastic volunteer that just gave everything she had back to the community. “The first bike ride was successful but unfortunately Marg passed away the weekend before the second bike ride. “All her family were still in mourning but they still came along to the bike ride. They were grieving but they wanted to play their part because our whole vision is to unite in the fight against poverty. “I thought it would be quite fitting if we could do our ride in memory of Marg Fisher this year.” The day includes four different rides for all levels of fitness. The family ride is 8km, leaving from Hovell Tree Park and goes to Wonga Wetlands and back. There is also a 52km Jindera ride, 110km Walla ride and 137km Walbundrie ride. “When everyone gets back to Hovell Tree Park we have lots of things going on including entertainment, refreshments – Daryl from Sweethearts is providing pizza,” Ms Tiernan said. “It’s a great chance for everyone to get out and be aware of what’s going on in our community.” Carevan actively aims to diminish poverty in the Albury Community, not only by providing meals for those in need, but by building relationships with the people they service. “Carevan isn’t just about going and dumping a meal, it’s about sitting down at a table, getting to know them, seeing if we can assist them to make positive life choices and letting them know what services are available along the way,” Ms Tiernan said. “All the funds raised go towards Carevan and us helping those less fortunate living in our community but it’s also time to get Carevan over to Wodonga and hit the streets to help those families in need. “We’ll use the van we have so we can go there one night a week next term, but we will put funds we get from the bike ride towards getting another van.” Anti-Poverty Week is an expansion of the UN’s annual International Anti-Poverty Day on October 17. The week has grown to become an important week for advocacy and education. Last year, figures from the Australian Council of Social Services showed that 2.2 million Australians live below the poverty line, with one in six children growing up in poverty. Michael Perusco, CEO St Vincent de Paul Society NSW and NSW Co-Chair of Anti-Poverty Week says the face of poverty in Australia is changing. “We have moved away from the definition of poverty as solely a measure of income and now looking at a range of indicators for social inclusion such as access to health services, education, employment opportunities and public transport, which many Australians do not have,” he said. For more information or to register for the Carevan Anti-Poverty Ride in Memory of Marg Fisher, visit www.antipovertyweekbikeride.com

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Veterans are being urged to get out and get active during Veterans’ Health Week, 14-20 October. the Murray and some of the iconic landmarks around there, for example the Hovell Tree, Oddies Creek, Oddies Park. “We then have a fellow to come and talk about exercise programs, then we will have a healthy meal back at the RSL. “It’s an opportunity for people to socialise and learn a bit more about their local history.� The second event of the week includes two games at Albury Tenpin Bowl followed by afternoon tea at Legacy House. “To cover costs, because it’s $18 for two games, we’re asking $5 from participants and that includes the game and their shoes,� Murray Border Asso-

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Country Hope to benefit RIVERINA charity Country Hope is set to benefit to the tune of more than $30,000 raised at this year’s Henty Machinery Field Days, thanks to the generosity of two regional businesses. Farm machinery dealer Hutcheon and Pearce donated $500 from the sale of every special anniversary edition tractor sold over the field days, while Coles raised $12,800 from a community barbecue at Henty. The 6150M Anniversary Special limited edition John Deere 150hp tractor was officially launched to celebrate Henty’s 50th anniversary and the 60th birthday of Hutcheon and Pearce. Group sales manager Andrew Sands said 40 of the 50 tractors were sold over the field days, resulting in $20,000 for Country Hope. Mr Sands said 16 tractors were sold on the opening day of the field days, and 36 by the end of day two. “The rain was the main driver of confidence ... It was a good Henty, the wet weather added to it and it was a lot more

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VISITING the Taylors’ spectacular open garden and iris flower display has been described as like “dying and going to heaven.” Tim and Maria Rosa Taylor will again open the gates to their West Wodonga property this month as part of the City of Wodonga Senior Celebrations 2013. Members of the public are invited to view their extensive plantings of dwarf, median and tall bearded iris, as well as roses, annuals and flowering perennials. The event last year was one of the most popular on the senior celebrations calendar, attracting more than 1000 people. “We had almost every aged

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DID you know that a quarter of the human body’s bones are in the feet? Feet do an amazing job and yet are often taken for granted until something goes wrong. Your feet take the weight of your whole body, so foot problems can quickly lead to pain and affect the way you walk. This can result in knee, hip and back pain. The good news is that looking after your feet can prevent most problems. The best person to see if you have any issues is a podiatrist. Podiatrists are specially trained to deal with whatever foot problem you may have. This includes sore heels, ankle sprains, fungal infections, diabetes, arthritis and a variety of other injuries and issues. Border Podiatry Centre treat children as well as adults and are able to request ultrasounds and x-rays if needed. The staff at Border Podiatry Centre know healthy, happy feet make all the difference to enjoying life. The staff strive to

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Shoe business BRAD Lodding and his team at Bags n Boots specialise in selling and correctly fitting quality footwear including brands such as Ziera, Naot, Clarks, Merrell, and Propet. With a large variety for women, men and children of all ages, everyone can be specially fitted by Bags n Boots’ experienced staff. Coming into summer, many people will be surprised with the amount of summer shoes that fit orthotics, allowing feet to be free in the warmer months, not confined to heavier footwear. “There’s hardly a foot we

can’t fit and if we can’t we refer those people to a podiatrist or they can get a shoe made for them,” Bags n Boots owner Brad Lodding said. “We stock a wide variety of styles that fit orthotics, as well as orthotics people can wear a sandal with. “Everything starts at your feet and works its way up. Having the right shoe doesn’t just help your feet, but your knees and back too. I even found that when I was playing football I got into some better quality shoes and haven’t had any back problems since!

“A lot of people find if they have their kids in cheap shoes they have foot problems later in life and they will have to go and see a podiatrist. “We believe prevention is better than cure, so treat your feet right the first time. After two generations and 25 years as an independent, Bags n Boots provide a personal touch with the quality of service that you just don’t get in chain stores. Bags n Boots also have Facebook promotions throughout the year. You will find the friendly team at 148 High Street, Wodonga, phone 6024 4944.

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Natalie Rowett and the team at The Athlete’s Foot offer the best in quality, service and fit.

Finding the right fit NATALIE Rowett, new owner of The Athletes Foot Albury, is excited about the opportunity to provide the Border region with quality product, service and fit. With a background in the recreation industry and with a long love of sport - in particular, running - she knows the importance of proper footwear and the right fit. Natalie has been with the Athletes Foot for six years and managed The Athletes Foot Albury in Myer Centre Point for two years. After working in Sydney and Canberra, being a country girl at heart and growing up in rural South Australia,

Natalie couldn’t pass up the opportunity to be back in the country again doing what she loves most - selling shoes! Did you know shoes have a shelf life? Even though your shoes may still look ok on top, they could be completely worn out underneath. The main function of a shoe is the mid sole. The mid sole provides shock absorption for your feet. Whether you are walking, running or standing, a good quality shoe will absorb the shock into the midsole and take the pressure away from your feet, shins, knees and back. As a general guide staff at

The Athletes Foot recommend you update your running footwear every 12 months or up to a thousand kilometres wear. Updating your footwear can help prevent injuries and provide comfort and preservation of your feet. “Not only do we provide athletic footwear, but we also stock shoes for work, lifestyle, leisure and medical that will also provide shock absorption and all-day comfort,” Natalie said. “Come in and talk to our friendly and professional staff and Find Your Fit at The Athletes Foot Albury.”

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Diabetic foot amputations A LIFE-THREATENING and costly consequence of diabetes is the potential loss of feeling to the lower extremities experienced by diabetics. This loss of feeling puts feet at risk of ulceration and injury. Without careful monitoring and maintenance, these issues can quickly become life-threatening and, for 18 in every 100,000 Australians, will result in amputation Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a figure that places us second-worst in the developed world for unnecessary lower-limb amputations related to diabetes. In addition to this, Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders are up to 38 times more likely to lose a limb because of diabetes. Each hospitalisation related to foot ulcerations costs the healthcare system $13,000, while each

lower-limb amputation costs $26,000, in additional to substantial ongoing medical costs. The toll on quality of life is immeasurable and postamputation diabetics have a 50 per cent mortality rate within five years. The Australasian Podiatry Council, and leading academics in the field of podiatry, believe these figures can be changed. An $85 million annual investment into funding Medicare-subsidised podiatric consultations for diabetic patients in Australia has the potential to save up to $400 million in emergency treatments and hospitalisation. Not only that, but Australia would also be pulled into line with other developed nations in terms of providing quality preventative health services for diabetic patients.

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Hotel has the lot By KRYSTEN MANUEL

THEY say the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;localâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; is a central establishment to any town, and this couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ring truer than with the historic Bethanga Court House Hotel. A breath-taking drive along Lake Hume through rolling green hills will lead you to the pub that sustained a town since 1876, just a year after it was settled. Amid the increasing rush of gold and copper mining, a new watering hole, then known as The Saw Mill Hotel, was born. After several changes of hands, The Saw Mill Hotel became the Court House Hotel. Now, the hotel is still known as the Bethanga Court House Hotel, and thanks to the tireless work and passion of its current owner since 2002, Ms Leslie Smith, the hotel is a rich source of history and local pride. From VFL legend tributes to 100-year-old newspaper articles, the walls of the hotel are plastered with history that has patrons admiring for hours. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to lose that history and thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s why I got all the photos,â&#x20AC;? Ms Smith said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I went through a lady from LaTrobe University in Melbourne who wrote a book on the town and had the photos blown up. There was a family by the name of Sutherland who were involved with the hotel and one of them had photos to contribute, then just bits and pieces have come in the mail from dif-

ferent families - I put the word out.â&#x20AC;? The hotel also claims bragging rights to many of Ken Maynardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s characters depicted in the famous Ettamogah Pub cartoons, with an original plasterboard sketch occupying one wall. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ken Maynard originally started his drawings here, so his characters - even though most of it is Ettamogah Pub - were all based from here, like the policemen,â&#x20AC;? Ms Smith said. Aside from feeding fading history back into the town, Ms Smith has also put a lot of time, effort, thought and money into extending and refurbishing the hotel, but still keeping that beloved old country charm. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All the concrete has been built up out the front, you used to have to walk down into a ditch to get into the pub,â&#x20AC;? Ms Smith explains. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The entire verandah, beer garden, back extension and toilets have been built on. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s complete disabled access which is perfect for our ageing population. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There were no gardens so all of that has been done too - a favourite spot for aged care and disability service providers.â&#x20AC;? Coming into summer, the garden is particularly popular, as is the vast menu on offer which covers pub favourites like lambs fry and bacon, and bangers and mash, pizzas, four different chicken dishes, veal, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;from the grillâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, huge steaks,

seafood and pasta dishes, even ham steaks. Take away is also available from open to close - a great option for waterskiers and wakeboarders to take back to Lake Hume and enjoy by the water. But if you havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t already chosen your favourite Bethanga Court House Hotel meal, Ms Smith said you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go past the Mexican chicken schnitzel for just $19.50. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chicken done with salsa and chilli, cheese, sour cream, more salsa, then covered with capsicum, spring onions, corn chips and avocado,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a beautiful looking meal, and great tasting.â&#x20AC;? The hotel also offers awardwinning local wines - perfect for a Sunday afternoon in the beer garden. And if thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not enough to drag you across the lake, the hotel also offers accommodation deals that will have your jaw hitting the table. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We do package deals - $50 includes the bed, main meal and a continental breakfast in the morning,â&#x20AC;? Ms Smith said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is basic, more backpacker style with a bed and shared bathrooms, but very popular with motorcycle groups and angling groups.â&#x20AC;? So jump in the car this weekend, bring the family and your appetite, and witness the friendly faces, the beauty and the history of the Bethanga Court House Hotel. Bethanga Bay Road, Bethanga, phone 02 6026 4214.

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Art from her heart and head By KRYSTEN MANUEL WAKING up in intensive care eight days after passing out from severe pneumonia isn’t the ideal wake-up call to change your life. But it was just the wake-up call artist MariJana van Zanten needed to put down her hectic life and pick up her first love - the paintbrush. “I was one of those really busy people who ran around like a headless chook,” Ms van Zanten said. “I had five clinics, a big farm and a big life because I was on a heap of committees and boards. “I went to assist my sister with planning a family wedding and I knew I was sick but I thought ‘I’ll be right’. “I got in the car and I thought ‘no, there’s something really wrong here,’ so I went back inside. Eight days later I woke up in intensive care. “The ambulance had taken me to hospital after finding me in my sister’s kitchen. It was very serious, my family were called and it went from pneumonia to renal failure. “When I recovered from that, which took a long, long time, I felt that I just needed to do what I wanted to do, and

that’s paint.” Ms van Zanten will be opening her exhibition at GIGS Art Gallery this Friday, which includes two works drawn from her experience in central Australia. Happiness and Sadness are monoprints based on Aboriginal children she saw with beer cans around their necks for sniffing petrol. Happiness represents the feeling she had of being in the true Australian outback in all its beauty. Sadness was the reality of how many of the indigenous people were living, some as young as three years old. Ms van Zanten was born in the remote community of Balranald and moved to Melbourne for university, attaining a degree in fine art from Deakin University before spending a year in Europe visiting galleries and learning more about her passion. “I had a gift from a young age,” she said. “I was an outback Australian and I spent a lot of time drawing and painting outback things near Balranald in the bush. It was a wonderful life, a wonderful childhood. “While I was in Italy I would get really bad headaches and one of my student friends said to see this funny old

lady to fix my neck. When I came back to Australia I enrolled in a 10-week Shiatsu course and it took my whole life - I practised Shiatsu for 25 years. “I’d teach an art course here or there, do some life drawing or teach some portraiture. “After my near death experience with pneumonia I thought ‘what am I really going to do with my life?’ So I started painting again. I’m really passionate about my work, I love it. “I’m a people person so I do a lot of portraits and do a lot of studies of people, but really observational stuff. “This is my first big solo exhibition. It’s called A Different Place because it’s painted in Albury, which is a different place, but it’s also a different place within me.” Witness the beautiful, emotive works of MariJana van Zanten from 11 October to 3 November at GIGS Art Gallery, Gateway Village Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga. Open: Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-4pm. Inquiries: (02) 6021 3073.

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Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s on TODAY ďż˝ Albury Toy Library open 4-5pm. Inquiries, email alburytoys@gmail.com ďż˝ Wodonga Family History Society. Meets at Wodonga Library, meeting every third Tuesday of the month 7.30pm, Felltimber Community Centre cnr Felltimber Creek Rd and Melrose Drive. ďż˝ Open Age Learning, 432 Townsend St. Term 4 from 7 October - 8 November. Choose from scrapbooking, card making, digital cameras, handcrafts, painting/ drawing - water, oil, acrylic, learn to read piano music, strength and flexibility exercise, computers for beginners and advanced, creative writing, countries and cultures, Tai Chi. Inquiries: (02) 6021 5122. THURSDAY ďż˝ Wodonga Scrabble Club meeting. The Salvos Cafe, Wodonga (enter via Railway Street), 6pm-9pm. Gold coin donation. Inquiries: Natalya 0435 916 082. ďż˝ COPAS is holding a Forum at the Commercial Club Albury on 10 October from 9.30am to 12.30pm to provide information regarding the range of services currently offered to families with a member with a disability and expand on other supports and/or services that are available. ďż˝ Albury Day View Club morning tea, 11am at Melodies, St Ives on the Lincoln Causeway. Inquiries: 02 6021 8363 or 02 6025 3345. FRIDAY ďż˝ Benalla Bowls Club Bush Entertainment Muster. 7.30pm Aussie Concert Euroa Ukelele group, and Elysium musical group plus rhyming Bush Poets. Inquiries: 0422 848 707. ďż˝ The Anglican Parish of Northern Albury will hold a Twilight Spring Fete from 4pm to 8pm in the grounds of St. Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s church Urana St Jindera. Stalls include: Plants, cakes, produce/sweets,

Email: newsdesk@awnw.com.au craft, books, tombola, barbecue, cake/ coffee and trash and treasure. Jindera Pop The Top Festival, 11-13 October, showcasing convertible and soft-top vehicles from different eras. From historical restorations to modern luxury vehicles, Jindera Pop the Top Festival offers convertible car enthusiasts the opportunity to show off their prize possessions and enjoy a weekend of fun with like-minded people.

Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss the Albury Wodonga District Orchid Club show this Saturday! SATURDAY ďż˝ The Rotary Club of Henty is holding a Community Garage Sale from 8am. Free site maps at Dales Highway Store. One of the biggest garage sales in the district.

ďż˝ Benalla Bowls Club Bush Entertainment Muster. 8.30-10am Poetsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Breakfast, 10.15am workshops â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Theatre craftâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Impress the Press,â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 2.30-3.30pm â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Walk upâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; comedy poems and yarns. 4pm Aussie song/music championships. 7.30pm Variety concert. Inquiries: 0422 848 707. ďż˝ Wodonga Toy Library Inc. Wodonga West Primary School (corner Lawrence and Murphy Streets) 9am-12pm. New members welcome. Inquiries, 0404 936 208.Albury Toy Library 10-11am. Inquiries, email alburytoys@gmail.com ďż˝ NSW Justice of the Peace volunteer available every Saturday. 11am-noon at the Albury LibraryMuseum. ďż˝ The Albury-Wodonga and District Orchid Club annual show, Mirambeena, Martha Mews, Lavington, 9am-5pm, Sunday 13 October 9am-4pm. Inquiries 02 6021 4887. ďż˝ Wodonga South P.S Book Bonanza. 9am1pm, Wodonga South Primary School Gym. Loads of books for sale. Inquiries: 0415 900 020. ďż˝ Hot House Theatre technical training (16+). Hands on! Stage management, lighting and sound and all techniques required for staging a production. Sat 12 and Sun 13 Oct, 9am-4pm, $130/$90 student concession. The tech training one is usually the precursor to securing someone to complete a two-year technical traineeship with us from 2014. SUNDAY ďż˝ Miniature Railway. The railway is located at Ten Mile Creek Gardens. Second and fourth Sunday of the month, every Sunday on school holidays. Bookings can be made for special occasions, birthdays, parties, school classes, tourist coaches or other groups. Open 10am to 4pm, $3 per ride. For bookings: 02 6036 2253.

ďż˝ Benalla Bowls Club Bush Entertainment Muster. 8.30-10am Poetsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Breakfast 10.15am. Poetry writing workshops. 2pm C.J. Dennis â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Songs of a Sentimental Blokeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Concert. Inquiries: 0422 848 707. MONDAY ďż˝ Newcomers / Old Hands. Share your stories about life in Wodonga in the 1950s and 1960s with Professor Bruce Pennay as he uses photographs, sketches and maps to trigger thoughts about the communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s responses to post-war immigration. Come to share a memory (and a cuppa) or simply come along to learn more about your community and its recent past. Held in conjunction with Wodonga Historical Society. Bonegilla Migrant Experience, 2pm. Inquiries: 02 6020 6912. TUESDAY ďż˝ Lunch with Pete Denahy. Yackandandahbased musician, Pete Denahy, will entertain crowds at a two-course lunch overlooking the golf course. The luncheon will be held from noon at The Clubhouse Bar and Bistro Wodonga as part of the City of Wodonga Senior Celebrations 2013. Bookings required: (02) 6022 9311 or in person at The Cube Wodonga Box Office by Wednesday 9 October. The Clubhouse Bar and Bistro, 10 Clubhouse Place Wodonga, noon. Cost: $10. Inquiries: 02 6022 9311. ďż˝ The Incredible Burt Wonderstone M. After breaking up with his long-time stage partner, a famous but jaded Las Vegas magician named Burt Wonderstone (Carell) fights for relevance when a new, hip street magician (Carrey) appears on the scene. Commercial Club Albury, 1.30pm and 7.30pm. Inquiries:02 6057 2000.

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Take a deep breath - and hold on By KRYSTEN MANUEL MOVIE: Gravity DIRECTOR: Alfonso Cuaron STARRING: Sandra Bullock and George Clooney

DURATION: 91 minutes A STUNNING juxtaposition of the brilliant beauty of our world and the chilling eeriness of our vast universe. For someone who experiences both terrifying nightmares and relaxing, even euphoric dreams of being in space, this film captured it all in a way even the slumberous, limitless imagination couldn’t grasp so perfectly. Time after time, Gravity had the

hairs on my arms standing in suspense and my stomach churning as the film seemed to somehow pluck the viewer from the cinema and place them in spacesuits. Rookie astronaut Dr Ryan Stone (Bullock) and veteran Dr Matt Kowalski (Clooney) are working on what seems to be a relatively routine mission when debris travelling at ridiculous speeds shatters their craft. Dr Stone tumbles out of control through space – a particularly queasy moment. Dr Kowolski eventually finds Dr Stone and the pair battle waning oxygen, equipment and hope on their way to a Russian shuttle. The journey to the shuttle separates

the two and Dr Stone is forced to leave the shuttle and travel back into space in order to reach a Chinese shuttle, and against all odds. Her journey will leave you with fingernail marks on your palms and shivers down your spine – how will she make it back to Earth? This is not the sort of film I would see twice, but a must-see all the same. The only criticism I have is it was quite far-fetched, though it’s the ‘slice of life’ astronaut scenes in between that will have you walking out of the cinema (as one woman did last Friday) deeming it “absolutely amazing.”

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The Oysters, one of the acts for the Happening in Holbrook Festival.

Happening thing HOLBROOK is looking picture-perfect as the exciting build-up to the Happening in Holbrook Festival (HIHF) continues. The HIHF is part of a plan to remind visitors that Holbrook is still a vibrant town with much to offer the wider community. “It’s a celebration that we now have a nice peaceful town because before the bypass, on average, we would have 2000 trucks coming through town every day,” festival committee chair and owner of the Submarine Cafe, Warren Thompson said. “That is a lot of noise and dust. Sometimes it was very hard to get across the street. “Since the bypass opened, the only noticeable drop is that the trucks aren’t coming through now which makes it nice and peaceful. “The people who used to stop at the food outlets are still stopping because it’s just so easy to get on and off and because we were the last place to be bypassed - people are used to stopping in Holbrook. “People are creatures of habit so they continue to come in and we’ve only noticed a very small drop off in the amount of customers.” The HIHF will be held over two days on 19 and 20 October with a huge variety of events. Saturday commences at 9am with a collectors fair and heli-

copter joy flights over the picturesque historic town. At 10am the market and craft stalls open and the Show ’n Shine begins along with jumping castles, miniature train rides, a gala art show and kids photographic competition. A highlight of the festival will be the grand street parade kicking off from 2pm. There’ll be historic trucks, veteran and vintage cars, flexible clippers (restored pioneer coaches), ultralight aeroplanes, colourful local floats, marching bands, military vehicles, animals participating in the parade plus much more. “I think the street parade will be the main highlight,” Mr Thompson said. “It looks as though there will be around 100 units in that street parade - the main street will be blocked off for the duration. “There will be speakers from the top floors of both pubs telling people what’s going though so it’s going to be fantastic for people to just stand or walk along the streets with the different floats, vehicles and bands.” All day bands and entertainers will be playing in different locations in Holbrook, culminating in a huge live concert in Ten Mile Creek Gardens from 4pm to 6pm. The Prairie Oysters and Korey Livy, Riverina Concert Band and Albury Wodonga Pipes and Drums are just some of the entertainers along with a fantastic variety of

buskers. Evening entertainment will be available at the local pubs and RSL club. On Sunday the Woolpack Inn Museum will hold an open day from 9.30am, which will include a barbecue, many displays including ladies’ handicrafts from yesteryear and Henty Antique Farm Machinery Club will display their engines. The Submarine Museum, Woolpack Inn Museum and National Museum of Australian Pottery will be open all weekend. Mr Thompson said the community was very excited about the line up of events over the weekend, with something for all the family and a lot of free events. “The full program is currently being finalised and will be available prior to the weekend,” he said. The mayor of Greater Hume Shire Council Heather Wilton said the Holbrook community had put in many hours of preparation to ensure visitors to Holbrook enjoy a truly spectacular weekend. “On behalf of Holbrook I invite everyone - mark your calendar and join in the festivities,” she said. Follow the build-up to the Happening in Holbrook Festival weekend on the Facebook page - www.facebook.com/happeningin.holbrook?fref=ts

24, 25, 26 & 31 October 1 & 2 November 2013 Albury Entertainment Centre Tickets available online at www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au/entertainment or in person at Swift St, Albury. Phone 02 6043 5610 1089040-PJ36-13

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Stunning family home THIS beautiful family home in West Albury will leave nothing for the new owners to do when they purchase this immaculate property, located in Pemberton Park. With attention to detail, this home is comprised of three bedrooms plus spacious study with glass bricks and an outlook to the outside atrium. The main bedroom offers

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WITHOUT question this is one of the tidiest character homes to enter the market for some time and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in the sought-after Central Wodonga position with all facilities at your fingertips! From the street, 15 Woodland is secure, tidy and a little bit retro with blue paint providing an interesting contrast to the red-tiled roof. Behind the wrought iron fence is a perfectly manicured, established garden that shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t require too much maintenance. A welcoming large undercover porch is easily accessible from the family room through classy double doors, and the front door adds that extra peace of mind with a security door. The entry-way is large and inviting, a taster for the rest of the home, with high ceilings, decorative cornices and beauti-

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ful polished floorboards leading into the family room. The family room is lightfilled and offers both a gas heater, log fireplace, air-conditioner and ceiling fan. The maroon fireplace is a modern contrast from the rest of the room, creating a welcome focal point. The master bedroom also resides at the front of the house, with large built-in robes and ceiling fan. The second bedroom is queen size, same as the master, but also offers a beautiful oldstyle corner window for extra light and built-in robe. Bedroom three is located at the rear of the house, again presenting a large room with lots of natural light and built-in robe. The dining room, connecting the family room and kitchen, is open enough to remain social but still segregated

enough to claim its own space in the house. The kitchen, while simple, has ample storage space and a dishwasher. It also provides yard access from an external security door. The bathroom is fully equipped for kids and adults, with a bath, large shower and luxurious towel warmer for those chilly mornings and evenings that are hopefully behind us now. The backyard is built for the entertainer. Large and luscious, not only does it feature fruit trees and a substantial vegie garden, but a garden shed, lock-up garage, fish pond and - the best part - a beautiful big decking just on a year old, with courtyard barbecue to the side. This home is, without question, a crowd pleaser. Families, singles, couples, investors thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s something for everyone at 15 Woodland Street.

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CLINTON HARVEY 0408 605 950

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Premier For Space & Central Location 74 Thomas Mitchell Drive Comprising charms of yesteryear with comforts of the modern world Evaporative ducted cooling, gas ducted heating plus gas wall furnace Large and spacious kitchen/dining, lounge rooms and 9 foot ceilings throughout Superb central location - Price guide $250,000 to $275,000 Auction: Saturday 2nd of November @ 12:30pm - On Site wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8582

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Federation Park

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Bright and Light 6 Jasper Close Bright and light and facing North in a quiet court location! Offering large L-shaped lounge/dining plus good sized kitchen/dining area A secure allotment of 735m² with room to move or add a pool! Great car accommodation, single garage plus single carport and access through $263,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8574

Fabulous Family Home 18 Haley Crescent A great house in a fabulous location with room to build on or renovate Offering a renovated kitchen and L-shaped spacious lounge/dining area Great decked area under a beautiful shady tree adds character and charm An allotment size of 945m² and a rent of $275 per week $250,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8566

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Parkland Treasure 5 Maple Court Quiet court close to Parkland, schools and shopping this home is full of character En-suite and walk-in robe, open plan living and additional games room Features including ducted heating and cooling, floating floors throughout Fabulous 681m² allotment, double tandem carport and 4x5m powered workshop $274,999 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8577

Invest or Live In 1/15 Turton Court Here is a great opportunity to purchase a front unit in a quiet West Wodonga court Open plan living, light filled kitchen & two generous bedrooms with built in robes Single carport, enclosed yard & close to schools, shops, transport and more Currently let at $225 per week, possible return of 6.34% per annum $185,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8594

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Water Views! 27 Craig Drive Enjoy Lake Views from the large front balcony and two spacious living areas Downstairs offers rumpus or fifth bedroom & private courtyard for the entertainer Double lock up garage and secure, covered siding for your boat This very comfortable property offers affordable living in lovely lake side Bellbridge $335,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P8507

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Quality Built, Outstanding Views 7 Bells Flat Road Master built property with spectacular views of Mount Big Ben Master suite featuring lounge/retreat, study, en-suite and walk in wardrobe Large tiled family and dining area, timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances fully enclosed and plumbed barbeque room, air-conditioned workshop and toilet $459,000 wodongarealestate.com.au/1P7681

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1095005-RMB41-13

6056 1888 6 Stanley Street, Wodonga

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RENTAL PROPERTIES OF THE WEEK

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Forde Crt, Wodonga

$210pw

Silkyoak Ave, Wodonga

This tidy two bedroom unit has been recently refurbished with new paint and carpet throughout. Features built-in robes to both bedrooms, wall airconditioner and gas heating, gas cooking, single lock-up garage and low maintenance rear grounds. No Pets. Avail now

$390pw

This four bedroom home offers two open living space, en-suite and full bathroom. Ducted heating and cooling. Built-in robes to all bedrooms. Undercover outdoor entertainment area and double remote lock up garage. Very popular location close to supermarket, swimming pool, schools and homemaker centre. Avail 09.12.13

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

$440pw

Victoria Cross Pd, Wodonga $450pw

This fantastic four bedroom plus study home features master with ensuite and built-in robes, ducted heating, ducted refrigerated cooling, wood fire, built-in robes, additional room and ensuite downstairs. The modern kitchen features stainless steel dishwasher and 2-door Samsung fridge. Outdoor covered deck. Enclosed yard with side access, 4 car garage, workshop and storage space. Avail 11.11.13

Quality built southern Vale home in a prime central position. Features include four bedrooms with an open study, master with WIR and en-suite, all other bedrooms with BIR’s, separate lounge room, tiled family and dining area with rumpus room, ducted heating and cooling, kitchen with stainless steel appliances, walk in pantry with a six burner stove, all weather outdoor area. Avail 08.11.13

Deakin St, Wodonga

Units/Townhouses available

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Out of Town

Beechworth Rd $135pw Avail 30.10.13 Central one bedroom, split system heating/ cooling, carport. Hot water service. No pets. Chenery St $155pw Avail 31.10.13 1 BR, gas heating, A/C, BIR, ceiling fan, carport. Lawn maintenance included in rent. No pets. Campbell Ave $195pw Avail now 2 BR, gas heating, A/C, BIRs, gas cooking, SLUG. Lawn maintenance incl in rent. No pets. Turton Crt $225pw Avail now 2 BR, gas cooking, WIR, ceiling fans, ducted cooling, gas heating, garden shed, carport. Kingfisher Dr $235pw Avail 21.10.13 3 BR townhouse, BIRs, DW, gas heater, ducted cooling, pergola, enclosed yard, single garage. Wilson St $250pw Avail now Central 3 BR, gas heating, AC, lock up garage with extra parking space.

Elm St $220pw Avail now Central 2 BR, BIRs, A/C, gas heating, carport. Garden shed not included. No pets. Beech St $220pw Avail 18.10.13 Central 3 BR, gas heating, gas cooking, ducted cooling, enclosed yard, Colorbond shed. Gayview Dr $265pw Avail 02.11.13 3 BR home, dishwasher, air conditioning, gas heating, timber floors, carport, garden shed. Nightingale Ave $340pw Avail now 3 BR, study, ENS, WIR, gas cooking, formal lounge, BIRs, shed, remote SLUG. Park Ln $350pw Avail 01.11.13 3 BR, study, ducted heating/cooling, WIR, ENS, 2 living areas, alfresco, DLUG. Victoria Cross Pde $360pw Avail now 3 BR, ENS, WIR, ducted heating/cooling, BIRs, alfresco, remote DLUG. O’Meara St $380pw Avail 24.10.13 4 BR, ENS, WIR, BIR, 2 living areas, DW, ducted heating/cooling, alfresco, remote DLUG.

Nightingale Ave $340pw Avail now 3 BR, study, WIR, ENS, BIR, good shed, remote single lock up garage with internal access. Buckley St $400pw Avail 11.10.13 New 4 BR, WIR, ENS, BIRs, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, alfresco area, remote DLUG. Avondale Dr $420pw Avail now 4 BR, ENS, WIR, BIRs, ducted heating/cooling, pool, remotePlease DLUG. Rear access. No pets. contact Whitlam Crt $440pw Avail 09.10.13 4 BR, ducted heating/cooling, WIR, ENS, BIRs, all weather patio, DLUG. Side yard access.

Albury & District properties

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Kotthoff St, Lavington $260pw Avail now 3 BR, gas cooking, heating and cooling, secure yard, single carport, garage plus studio. Wright St $320pw Avail 23.10.13 3 BR, ENS, ducted cooling, gas cooking, DW, DLUG with drive through access to yard. Featherstone Ave $325pw Avail now Brand new 4 BR, ENS, WIR, electric cooking, DW, alfresco area and remote DLUG. Peards Dr $330pw Avail now Executive 3 BR, ducted heating/cooling, WIR,

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ENS, outdoor entertaining area, LU garage. Mountain View Dr, Lavington $350pw Avail now 3 BR home, WIR, ENS, ducted heating/cooling, separate unit, dbl carport.

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INVESTORS CORNER 8 Sutton Court Wodonga

STAGE 5 & 6 NOW SELLING INSPECT NEW DISPLAY VILLAGE DAILY FROM 12PM

Enjoy a country lifestyle with freedom and space, whilst living with the luxury of town services (water, gas, telephone, electricity, sewerage.)

Stage 1 Lot No 2 3 6 7 8 20 21

Area 4.942 ac 5.228 ac 4.944 ac 5.923 ac 5.915 ac 4.979 ac 5.458 ac

Price $299,000 $290,000 $269,000 $259,000 $289,000 $305,000 SOLD

$265,000 6.5% Yield DOUBLE THE VALUE / INVESTMENT A rare opportunity to purchase a solid three bedroom home with attached one bedroom two storey residence currently let at $330 per week combined. All on the same title and under the one roofline the residences have their own entrance and yard independent from each other.

12 Jarrah Street, Wodonga

$251,000 5.5% Yield A REAL SURPRISE PACKAGE This beautifully updated property in popular Moonya Estate has recently undergone a makeover and features near new paint, drapes, gorgeous floating timber floor and carpet to

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A rare opportunity to live close to the river. Flat blocks available. Panoramic valley views to magnificent mountains and distant snowfields. Country living with city convenience. Close to Albury/Wodonga CBD.

Lot No 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Area 4.94ac 4.97ac 5.37ac 5.22ac 7.86ac 5.88ac 5.06ac

bedrooms.

5 Vienna Court, Wodonga

Price SOLD SOLD HOLD SOLD $350,000 $290,000 $315,000

IMMACULATE, READY TO GO Well cared for by the current owners for over 30 years this home is perfect for those who want to move in, put the furniture down and enjoy.

MORE GREAT LAND FOR SALE Whenby Grange............................... Wattle Glen.................................... Wattle Views................................... New West Village............................. Western Park.................................. Baranduda Park............................... Country Club................................... Federation Park............................... Yarralumla......................................

from from from from from from from from from

$98,000 $105,000 $90,000 $100,000 $98,000 $95,000 $108,000 $95,000 $87,000

$209,000 6.2% Yield

Willow Gardens............................... Yackandandah Heights..................... Fairway Gardens (NSW).................... Blue Bonnet Estate.................... Industrial Land & Englobo

from from from from

$110,000 $79,500 $100,000 $120,000

Yackandandah Industrial..................... Tangambalanga Industrial...................... Englobo Land - Yackandandah............ Wodonga Industrial Estate.......................

from $71,000 + GST from $61,000 + GST from $575,000 + GST from $1.5 million + GST

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1073 Bunton St, ALBURY 4 2 2 N Very spacious brick veneer family home N Offering 4 bedrooms, full en-suite plus large study N Modern fully renovated kitchen with breakfast bar $329,500 N Fully tiled in-ground pool and lawn area

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

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TRACTORS: 4EWD John Deere 9430 John Deere 8430 FWA John Deere 7720 John Deere 6310 John Deere 6420 John Deere 6920 John Deere 6400 John Deere 6420 Case IH 5150 New Holland TM125 Massey Ferguson 5445 MF5445 TILLAGE 1890 Airdrill 40’ John Deere 1910 TBH 340BU Case IH PTX600 36’ Agro Drill 24 Run Seeder Duncan 19 Run Seeder

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Athletes kick off By KRYSTEN MANUEL THE Border Track and Field Club welcomed their first meeting of the season last Saturday evening with perfect weather and a solid program. Athletes of all ages competed at Alexandra Park in a program that included a 100m, 200m, 800m, long jump, triple jump and shotput. Club president Bernie Cannan said it was a great start to the season and is looking forward to more members filtering in. “We knew there were going to be a few away with the long weekend and such, so while the numbers were down, it was still quite good,” he said. “It was great to get the program underway.” Mr Cannan said the club is growing each year and encourag-

Keenan Sirmones, Nic McCormack and Carson Lehmann belt it out for the 100m with coach Les O’Brien on the starter’s gun. Inset: Carson Lehmann on his first long jump of the season.

es past athletes or those on their off-season from football, soccer or netball to join up as a method of keeping condition. “We weren’t happy with last year’s numbers, but we have more signed up for this year already,” he said. “I’m hoping to get 25 members competing each week. “It’s a pretty relaxed, friendly atmosphere - and we alternate competition nights in order to accommodate people.” The next competition will be held on Wednesday 16 October from 5pm at Alexandra Park and will follow the same program as last week, though athletes will follow a program of 100m, 200m, 400m, 1500m, high jump, discus and javelin at the third meeting. For more information, call 0409 326 218 or 0260 217 226.

Girls cruising for a bruising By KRYSTEN MANUEL AFTER a two-month rest from competition, the Murray River Derby Dames (MRDD) are preparing for their next home bout against the Wagga Derby Dolls in MRDD Ghouls Night Out. Thanks to a successful rules and scrimmage class with Wangaratta’s North East Roller Derby girls just a fortnight ago, the MRDD and Wangaratta will join forces to play against Wagga on 26 October. “Wang hasn’t quite gotten a whole team yet so we’re helping them out and giving them a chance to use their skills they’ve been practicing for - It’s only fair that we give back to other people as well,” MRDD presi-

dent Jo Lindsay said. “The girls have had a few bouts of their own this year and we thought it would be good to promote local and regional roller derby. “The teams we’ve played against have been Melbournebased teams so we thought it would be good because they’re neighbours! Why not play somewhere close to home rather than going to Melbourne?” The rules and scrimmage classes are a twice monthly occurrence and work like a practice game mixed with both teams. “You can utilise all the skills you’ve been practising in training and get up that experience for the actual game plan,” Lind-

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