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QUALITY‌ Afonso Building Solutions’ Wattle Glen 267 – Quality at an affordable price. John was a very skilled builder across a vast range of trades including masonry, concrete, render and stone and soon gained a reputation for quality work. Under John’s tutelage his sons Pedro and David began their careers in the industry and around seven years ago they identified a niche in the market for quality affordable homes. The brothers started a family business and soon expanded from building one or two cus-

AFONSO Building Solutions is a local, familyrun business concentrating on quality and affordability in the new home market. Their attention to detail has just been recognised with a Master Builders Association of Victoria award for the Wattle Glen 267. (See story, Page 2) The name Afonso has become well known to Border residents through John Afonso, an immigrant from Portugal who moved his family to Wodonga in 1980.

tom homes a year to now having close to 50 jobs under construction. A third sibling, Jessica, joined the team, and the company has gone from strength to strength with customer satisfaction providing a continuing flow of work. Afonso homes are designed with enjoyable living in mind, utilising space and ease of maintenance. Quality inclusions and workmanship are provided and all at a price that fits the family budget.

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Quality solution at the right price THE growth and success of Afonso Building Solutions has come not by mistake but by good management. Business director Pedro Afonso said affordability, quality and customer satisfaction have all created success in a tough industry sector. “We’re a good value-for-money builder,� Mr Afonso said. “All homes are priced so there’s no hidden tricks with our plans. Customers can browse on our website or come in and see us and everything’s listed for them, from pricing and inclusions to what’s not included and they leave with a clear mind. “I think it’s testament to the model we’ve set up why we’re so busy.� Mr Afonso said the list of inclusions in an Afonso home is extensive and the range available allows each customer to personalise their experience. “Basically there’s down-lights, carpet and tile allowances, fullheight kitchens, a full Laminex range and a full three-coat paint system,� he said.

“All those little things that other builders skim back on, we provide as standard. “I think it’s important that when customers are investing a lot of money into their home they have a fairly big range of what they can and can’t pick from. “For example, if we tell them it’s $700 per thousand bricks, they’re not just getting two bricks to choose from, they’re getting 30, and that’s an example across the board. It’s the same with roof colours, window colours, Laminex, paint, splashbacks, the whole lot, so it’s not just one element of the home, it’s the whole home.� Mr Afonso said a budget was provided for certain items such as lighting and the customer could go to a lighting shop and purchase what they wanted. “If they want to spend extra, they pay the difference,� he said. “If they want to spend less they get the difference back. “We have a good model and it allows customers to ultimately have excellent value for money and I think that’s the key.�

DELIGHTED‌ David, Jessica and Pedro Afonso are delighted with the award received from the master Builders Association of Victoria for their Wattle Glen 267 display home.

Up there with the best AFONSO Building Solutions is the Border’s latest award-winning builder taking out the best display home in the Master Builders of Victoria’s annual regional awards. The Wattle Glen 267 was voted best in the $200,000 to $300,000 category up against tough opposition from two other regional builders. And the award is even more impres-

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with the result. “It’s the first time we entered the building awards and we won it,� Mr Afonso said. “We’re absolutely delighted. “We have a good product anyway, but we’d like to think with a bit of recognition and an award it will give us a bit more consumer confidence, maybe reinforce the fact that we are a good builder.�

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Lives on the line Young lawbreakers ‘dicing with death’ By BLAIR THOMSON YOUNG car thieves are dicing with death and putting the safety of all road users at risk, according to an Albury police officer. Inspector David Cottee said young drivers were inexperienced and prone to taking risks, making them a serious danger on our roads. Two youths will face court this month over a range of car theft and break-and-enter charges. Albury police arrested a 15-year-old Albury resident over several alleged car thefts, travelling in a stolen car and a petrol theft, and a 16-year-old Lavington male over alleged break and enters at Jindera and Culcairn, car thefts, travelling in a stolen car and cannabis cultivation. The youths knew each other. Insp Cottee said some of the charges related to a string of car thefts last weekend. In one incident, a 15-yearold girl allegedly stole her mother’s Toyota 4Runner from Wantigong Street in North Albury and crashed the vehicle into a Commodore after failing to give way at an intersection. Police allege her boyfriend fled the scene following the crash and was found a short time later. A would-be car thief attempted to steal a Toyota Camry from the Commercial Club on Friday afternoon and a VP Commodore was stolen from the Tax Office the same night. A 1992 Camry was stolen from Lavington late Friday or early Saturday and found burnt out at Gerogery, and an-

CONCERNED‌ David Cottee warns car owners to be more cautious after a string of car thefts. Picture: BLAIR THOMSON other 1992 Camry was stolen in Pemberton Street, West Albury, before the driver stole fuel at Thurgoona BP. Another 1992 Camry was stolen from Kemp Street in Lavington and the driver attempted to steal fuel from a nearby petrol station. The driver and occupants fled when the attendant turned off the petrol pumps. A 1982 Nissan Bluebird was stolen from Borella Road, Albury, on Sunday morning, and an Albury petrol station employee was shocked to see his Commodore being driven off by thieves from his workplace on Sunday night. Inspector David Cottee said there was a serious risk of death or injury in each incident. “We are concerned at the rise and also concerned that there are indicators that young persons may be responsible for a large number of these thefts,â€? he said. “They’re inexperienced driv-

ers with risk-taking behaviours, which makes them a danger on the road. “Most cases have involved a manipulation of the ignition lock. “I couldn’t tell you if the cars were locked or not.� Inspector Cottee wouldn’t say what strategies police were using to try to stop further thefts. But he said car owners, especially those with Camrys, should consider using wheel clamps, kill switches and steering locks to deter thieves, and should park their cars in garages or a position where they are hard to move. Inspector Matthew Tishler warned motorists three weeks ago that thieves were targeting older model Camrys. Recently released crime figures show Albury has a higherthan-average rate of motor vehicle thefts than the rest of the state.

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Hearts aflutter for Reece Editorial By BLAIR THOMSON

REECE Mastin set hearts aflutter at The Scots School on Saturday as 1100 screaming young fans cheered on the X Factor winner. Audience members – mainly girls in their early teens – overflowed onto the stage as they reached out to touch the singer, leaving several in tears when he dipped his hand into the throng of outstretched fingers. Mastin, 17, played two sets of cover songs, and original song Good Night, with his band. Amidst the fun and excitement, there was a serious side to his performances, with $5000 raised for local food charity Carevan after expenses. While the fundraiser didn’t reach its goal of $30,000, Carevan CEO Jodie Tiernan said the money raised would go to a good cause. “It was a great concert … I’ve never seen a mosh pit like it before,” she said. “The money will go towards feeding and assisting people through the Carevan. “Times are tough and the more people we help, the more it costs for us to keep the van on the road.” The Border food service serves 200 meals a week, with students from local schools cooking food for those in need. “Our funds are getting low,” Ms Tiernan said. “Carevan is an important part of the community and all the money stays in the community to help us assist people. “And without the community support it would be much harder for these events to happen.” Students from Midnight Basketball and cerebral palsy sufferer Mya Irving were among those in attendance.

Beginning of a new chapter By CAROLINE STRAINIG

SWAMPED… Fans got up close and personal with Reece Mastin. Picture: BLAIR THOMSON

LIFE is like a box of chocolates – you never know what is coming next. Hardly had I settled into the editor’s chair here than something unexpected cropped up and I now find myself about to hit the road to take up a position in magazines. Leaving so soon was not something I envisaged. Albury Wodonga and the community and location are everything I hoped for – a good mix of town and country with great community spirit – and I thought I would be here for many years to come. Not so. Out of the blue came an offer to return to magazines. Things are not that rosy work-wise for journalists Australia-wide at the moment and after a lot of soul-searching I decided to accept the offer. Therefore, this will be my last issue, and I’d like to take the last few centimetres of this column to thank the many people who have made my time here so special, from the dedicated staff of NewsWeekly, to the advertisers and readers who support us. It’s a great newspaper, great place and great people, and whenever I think of Albury Wodonga I will recall my time here fondly. Here’s hoping that as the region continues to grow and prosper those attributes which make it so special are nurtured and not lost. Development is great – but it is not the be-all-and-end-all.

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Wildlife park closes doors By BLAIR THOMSON STAFF at Oz.e.Wildlife say there is no chance the animal sanctuary will ever reopen. Declining attendances, rising costs and the withdrawal of council funds forced the tourist attraction to close last week. Ettamogah Sanctuary vice chairman Darryl West said all options to keep the sanctuary open had been explored, but several hundred thousand dollars was needed to keep the venture running. Mr West said Albury Council continuing to fund Oz.e.Wildlife, and a plan by a local publican for a fundraising concert, would only be “Band-Aid” solutions to deeper problems. “I’ve been involved with it for 20-odd years and I’ve seen and heard it all before,” he said. “The amount of money needed to keep it running is not a few thousand dollars, it would have to be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. “I’m not saying these rescue plans aren’t well intentioned, but it’s all BandAid stuff, it’s not the remedy. “It’s a structural thing. Our income is

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about half of what it was three years ago, costs are rising, and it’s just not sustainable.” The public had a chance to visit the animals at the sanctuary for the final time last Thursday. The 30 kangaroos, 30 deer, four peacocks, eight ducks, four pythons, eight lizards, one penguin and other animals started to be shifted to other zoos and parks in NSW this week. It’s expected the animals will all be gone by Christmas. The council withdrew about $50,000 in annual funding, which Mr West described as the “main event” in the closure, but said it had been coming for many years. “I think we fought the good fight,” he said. “Everything we did, we did on a shoestring budget. “But it’s the capital, the advertising, electricity costs, wages, moving the highway … it all added up. “I feel sorry for the area because it was a regional tourist attraction.” Mr West said Oz.e.Wildlife had struggled since it opened in 1969.

Brewer tastes success BEECHWORTH craft brewery Bridge Road Brewers have yet again tasted success at the Australian International Beer Awards held recently in Melbourne, bringing home 10 medals. The small Beechworth brewery has enjoyed consistent results at the international event for the past seven years, up against entries from more than 30 countries and over 1300 beers. Standouts for the boutique brewer were five silver medals for their Biere de Garde, Celtic Red Ale, Chestnut Pilsner, Bling IPA, and India Saison, the latter a collaboration beer brewed with Norwegian brewery Nogne O. Other Beechworth beers to be honored with bronze medals were the Beechworth Pale Ale, Galaxy Single Hop IPA, Stella Single Hop IPA, Robust Porter, and Posse Summer Ale. “I am pleased that our small brewery is able to offer a local product and get more people drinking local beer, beer that is judged to be up there with the best in the world,” brewer Ben Kraus said.

Woman walks away from highway crash A WOMAN had a lucky escape after rolling her car on the Hume Highway and landing near train tracks last week. The 24-year-old Hyundai Excel driver overcorrected the vehicle while travelling north on the highway, spearing the car off the road, over an embankment and through a cyclone fence, before coming to a rest near the Fallon Street bridge. The woman escaped uninjured but the car was a write-off.

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Increase ‘outrageous’ By CAROLINE STRAINIG ALBURY councillors have been slammed by the city’s ratepayers association for giving themselves an allowance increase in such a tough economic climate. “I think it is outrageous,� the president of the Albury Citizens and Ratepayers Movement, John Emery, said. “They say you pay more you get better quality people. Well I doubt that. “There is more being spent on administration per capita and less on infrastructure. “We are getting a raw deal from the council. Councillors and governments alike appear totally insensitive to the people’s plight.�

Mr Emery said the ratepayers association would definitely be running a ticket at the next local government elections in September, although he had not yet decided if he would stand. Albury councillors voted at a meeting last week to give themselves the 2.5 per cent rise recommended by the Local Government Association. As of 1 July councillors will receive $17,060 instead of $16,640 and Mayor Cr Alice Glachan’s allowance will increase from $52,960 to $54,290. Despite the rise, Wodonga is still well ahead, with Wodonga mayor Mark Byatt receiving almost $70,000 and Wodonga councillors $22,018.

Police hunt for riders By BLAIR THOMSON

HIGH SPEED‌ Sgt Damian Bould with a Yamaha bike used in a highspeed police pursuit early Friday morning. Picture: BLAIR THOMSON

WODONGA police want to speak to two men seen riding a motorbike with no licence plates along Pearce Street around 1.50am last Friday morning. The driver of the Yamaha YZF 750 road bike caused a brief pursuit after police attempted to stop the vehicle and it sped off. Sgt Damian Bould said police stopped the pursuit once it became apparent the driver had little control over the bike. “The police took up position behind it and attempted to intercept it, and it sped off reaching an estimated speed of 100kph in a 60kph zone,� he said. “About 10 to 15 minutes later it was

spotted in Parkers Road and the police chose not to engage in pursuit. “The motorcycle was found abandoned in parkland in Skye Court about 15 to 20 minutes later.� The bike had not been reported stolen and the passenger on the bike was not wearing a helmet. “We don’t believe the bike was stolen,� Sgt Bould said. The pursuit lasted less than one kilometre. “We’re seeking assistance from any member of the public who may know that identity of the rider and passenger and ask that they contact Wodonga police on 6049 2600,� Sgt Bould said.

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A CAMPAIGNER behind the current attempts to save Albury’s historic Uiver DC-2 aircraft has vowed to not give up. “We won’t give up until it’s dead – and I will not allow people to kill it!” Jeff Sawyer of the Friends of the Cumberoona said. Mr Sawyer made his comments reacting to criticism by Cr Henk van de Ven in last week’s NewsWeekly that some of what the group was doing was retracing dead-ends. He acknowledged that, but said times had changed. “Yes, Henk did visit Lelystad aerodrome in the Netherlands, but that is a long time ago,” Mr Sawyer said. “Just because he and others have failed does not mean we will fail in our attempt. “We have already raised $5000 in a very short space of time. “If you never try something, you will never succeed.” Mr Sawyer said the Friends of the Cumberoona’s submission in response to Albury Council advertising for expressions of interest in the plane provided for council paying for half a hangar, but that was only a starting point and once the plane was heritage listed funding from the state and federal governments might also be available. “I do believe it is worth keeping,” he said. “We need more tourist attractions, and you cannot just rate their success in terms of gate takings – people stay in hotels and go to shops and restaurants.” While his organisation was called the “Friends of the Cumberoona”, it was dedicated to the preservation of all Albury icons. They had only recently taken up the cudgels on behalf of the Uiver because several councillors had been actively trying to save the plane, but these councillors had now given up. He understood council had received three expressions of interest in the aircraft in addition to theirs since advertising in April, and the Friends would be prepared to work with any local group. The Uiver is a DC-2 aircraft placed at the airport to commemorate the emergency landing of the original Uiver, which was forced down by a severe storm during an air race. You can read more about the Friends of the Cumberoona by visiting www.alburyuiver.com and www.cumberoona.com.

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“You see that photo of that Dutch plane – does it look familiar?” Cr van de Ven asked NewsWeekly. “That shot was taken by me in 2008. This was taken by them recently! “Everything they are doing now – bringing the Dutch plane out – we went through in 2008 and gave up on because it was too expensive. It would have cost $1.6m Euro – and that was five years ago. “We approached the Dutch airline KLM and while they gave us their support on paper, no financial support. “Plus there were logistical problems flying the plane across the Middle East.” Cr van de Ven said he was fed up with council being painted as baddies because of its decision to seek expressions of interest in the plane.

“I have been on council for eight years, and served on the Uiver Community Trust established 12 months after I joined council and that was discontinued only recently,” he said. “We have investigated every option. “We set up a charitable trust to raise funds for the restoration of the Uiver, and we tried for several years to get someone interest in restoration and get some government involvement. “We even tried to get the RAAF interested in the restoration, using their apprentices at Wagga. “Despite having lots of publicity functions, the charitable trust raised only $10,000$12,000, which was used for restoration of the tail of the aircraft. “Where were all these people back then?”

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Norm celebrates 95-year milestone By TREVOR JACKSON NORM Martin has seen many changes in the region during his lifetime, and at 95 years of age that’s more than most can lay claim to. Family and friends gathered around to celebrate his birthday last week with a party at Grange retirement village where he lives. Norm spoke to NewsWeekly prior to his party. He’d been unwell recently, but said he did like to get together with family and friends and enjoy their company. Around 35 people gathered to celebrate and share stories. Norm was born in Wodonga and lived in the Bethanga region his whole life. He commenced dairy farming with his father, later married his wife Betty and they continued to run the farm. Norm was very community minded, spending many years as a member of Towong Shire Council, including a couple of terms as president and was a member of the Murray Valley Development League, an organisation set up to look after the interests of the Murray River. He displayed some disappointment with the creation of the Hume Dam which covered much of the fertile river flats around the Mitta Mitta River. Being a farmer, Norm was always very attached to his farm dogs. Quite some time ago he was driving around the paddock and one of the dogs was tied to the tray of his Landrover. The dog slipped and was choking on his lead. Norm gave the dog mouth to mouth and the dog survived. He was

Amalgamated Taxis’ driver Graham Whitehead shows the ample accessibility available for seniors, particularly those in wheelchairs in one of the Toyota Maxi Cabs. Picture: TREVOR JACKSON

Seniors well catered for By TREVOR JACKSON

so there is a record of any incidents inside or immediately outside the taxi.” Mr Farrington said it provided peace of mind from two angles – one being from the passenger’s point of view and the other for the security of drivers. A range of vehicles and the latest technology ensures seniors are comfortable using the service. “The drivers certainly help the older passengers where possible, but we also have a good range of vehicles,” Mr Farrington said. “We have the Toyota MaxiCabs which are all wheelchairequipped so if someone’s in a wheelchair we can move them in the bigger vehicles. If we have someone who may have difficulty climbing into the Toyotas most people can get in and out of the sedans and station wagons.” Mr Farrington added that response times for the service were generally very good.

SENIORS using the Amalgamated Taxis service in Wodonga can rest assured they are well cared for as they commute around the region. Approximately half the customer base for the company consists of older residents and manager John Farrington said they were well catered for. “In a lot of cases we are their form of transport - they recognise that and we recognise that,” he said. And he said as more security cameras come online seniors can feel more relaxed utilising his service. “We will progressively be installing security cameras in all the vehicles in Wodonga over the next couple of months,” he said. “It puts the physical presence in and around a taxi on record. They can be recalled at any time

CELEBRATION… Norm Martin turned 95 last week and was joined by family and friends to celebrate the milestone. always very proud of that achievement. Norm eventually changed from dairy farming to running sheep but tried to avoid change in other areas of the industry. He wasn’t renowned for his love of machinery and chose to ride a horse around the farm rather than a motorcycle. But he did experience the “mechanical horse” during the war years, where a fall and subsequent broken leg saw him discharged from the army and ruined a possible career in the intelligence corp.

It’s said Norm detested motorbikes from then on and rode a horse up until as recently as 20 years ago. One of Norm and Betty’s great passions in life was old-time dancing, which the couple continued until Norm was 85 years old. Reflecting on his life, Norm told NewsWeekly one of the secrets to his longevity was the fact he didn’t drink and kept fit by working and keeping active on the farm. He considered life now to be much easier than in times gone by.

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What’s on FRIDAY, JUNE 8 ■ WA Youth Jazz Orchestra at The Jazz Basement. Tickets $20, or $15 concession, bar opens 7.30pm. Enquiries 0438 623 462. SATURDAY, JUNE 9 ■ NSW Justice of the Peace volunteer available every Saturday from 11am to noon at the Albury LibraryMuseum. ■ Hume Murray Farmers’ Market at Gateway Village on the Lincoln Causeway from 8am to 12pm. Enquiries 6058 2996. SUNDAY, JUNE 10 ■ A Candela Lie, Volume Addict and Sonic Loader live at the Bended Elbow beer garden from 4pm. Enquiries 6023 6266. ■ Tim Freedman live at the SS&A Club, free entry. Enquiries 6041 2222. ■ Australian Cortina Nationals Show and Shine at the Kinross Woolshed from 10am. Enquiries 0418 388 555. ■ Wood Fired Oven bake at Hovell Tree Park from 11am to 4pm. Enquiries 6023 8753. TUESDAY, JUNE 12 ■ Wodonga Toy Library open every Tuesday from 12pm to 1.30pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall, Beech Street, Wodonga. New members welcome. Enquiries 0404 936 208. ■ Albury Branch of the Country Women’s Association meets at 561 Kiewa Street from 9.30am for 10am start. Bring a treasure to talk about. Enquiries 6025 2169. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13 ■ Thurgoona View Friendship Club meets at the Boomerang Hotel function room from 7pm for 7.30pm start. Enquiries 6025 2329. ■ Albury Wodonga Chronic Pain Support Group meets at noon at Adamshurst for AGM. Enquiries 6025 7632. ■ Albury & District Historical Society meets at the Commercial Club from 7.30pm. AGM followed by DVD

on Albury Wodonga parklands. Enquiries 6021 4887. ■ Albury Toy Library open 4pm to 5.30pm every Wednesday during school term. Enquiries alburytoys@ gmail.com THURSDAY, JUNE 14 ■ The Symphony of Life at the Butter Factory Theatre on the Lincoln Causeway, additional shows Friday and Saturday. Enquiries 6021 7433. ■ Friends of the Art Gallery Film Night at the Albury Art Gallery from 5.30pm. Enquiries 6043 5800. FRIDAY, JUNE 15 ■ Spectrum exhibition of colour at the Albury Art Gallery, runs until 5 August. Enquiries 6043 5800. ■ Albury Gang Show performance at the Albury Entertainment Centre from 7.30pm. Additional shows on Saturday at 2pm and 7.30pm, tickets $12. Enquiries 0418 478 984. ■ Peter Powers live at the Commercial Club from 7.30pm, tickets $35. Enquiries 6057 2000. SATURDAY, JUNE 16 ■ Fellowship of First Fleeters Albury Wodonga chapter meets the third Saturday of each month at the Albury LibraryMuseum from 10am for 10.30am start. All welcome. ■ Thurgoona Community Market and Car Boot Sale at St John’s church grounds from 8am to 1pm. Enquiries 0437 050 279. SUNDAY, JUNE 17 ■ Wood Fired Oven bake at Hovell Tree Park from 11am to 4pm. ■ Little Me Markets at Sumsion Gardens in Wodonga from 10am to 2pm. Enquiries 0421 082 388. THURSDAY, JUNE 21 ■ Refugee Week at the Albury LibraryMuseum from 11am, runs until 23 June. Enquiries 6023 8333. ■ Murray Wheezers Respiratory Illness Support Group meets the third Thursday of each month at Glenecho Neighbourhood House from 1.30-3.30pm. Enquiries 6021 4939.

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PERFORMANCE… Members of the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra in action.

Best young talent By BLAIR THOMSON THE WA Youth Jazz Orchestra will perform at the Jazz Basement at Gateway Island tonight (Friday). The unique orchestra features some of the best young jazz musicians in Western Australia, aged between 14 and 25. Almost every jazz, swing, lounge and big band performing in Perth has current or past members of the orchestra. The 18-piece group is renowned for its big band groove and innovative performances, with the skills of the performers belying their age. Past performers include Troy Roberts, Daniel Susnjar, Graeme Blevins and Mat Jodrell who have all gone on to perform overseas.

The group’s general manager, Fiona Symonds, said she was often surprised by the musicians’ talents. “WAYJO features some of Australia’s most outstanding young jazz musicians,” she said. “They really are the cream of the crop. “They consistently leave audiences and guest artists amazed at their level of skill and imagination.” John Morrison, brother of renowned musician James Morrison, leads the band. The group is visiting Wodonga as part of a four date tour of Sydney. Tickets to the show cost $20, or $15 concession, with the bar open from 7.30pm for an 8pm show. Tickets can be reserved by texting or calling 0438 623 462.

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Wood to star in local production

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IN SPACE... SOMETHING CAN HEAR YOU SCREAM

By BLAIR THOMSON TV and theatre legend John Wood will star in Symphony of Life, a new play which premiers at the Butter Factory Theatre next Thursday 14 June. Best known as Snr Sgt Tom Croydon in police drama Blue Heelers, the Gold Logie Award winner will play Pecker in the upcoming production. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s terrific character, Pecker,â&#x20AC;? Wood told NewsWeekly. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spent 27 years working for the taxation department and heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finally resigned with the intention of doing something for himself for change. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some might call him an aging weekend hippy. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a recognisable type of person that could come from anywhere.â&#x20AC;? Wood signed up for the play, written by Megan Rigoni, because he believed it was a cause worth helping out. Cancer support group Brave Hearts on the Murray commissioned the work, with Brave Hearts members and other cancer support service personnel taking roles as storytellers, choir members and promoters. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not something Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d normally do,â&#x20AC;? Wood admitted. â&#x20AC;&#x153;But itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a cause worth supporting, which is all Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m really trying to do. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a terrific character, Pecker, really well written and a lot of fun to play. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m very happy to be involved.â&#x20AC;? Wood, 65, has been a regular visitor to the Border throughout his career. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think I came the first time with Death of a Salesman, or Major Barbara back in 1970 and performed there with the Melbourne Theatre Company in The Last of the Knucklemen in the mid-70â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been there recently with HotHouse,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I came up and did a play called The Ghost Writer, I was there again with The Club, I think I did A Stretch of the Imagination up there, as well as Strange Bedfellows which of course originated there. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I always love getting up there.â&#x20AC;? While the Melbourne production of the Strange Bedfellows musical has been put on hold, leaving Wood with few job opportunities this year, he does have a

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KEENâ&#x20AC;Ś John Wood is looking forward to his upcoming Border production, which starts next Thursday. few prospects in the pipeline. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is feast or famine,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a very difficult business to make a living in. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve picked up a continuing role in The Doctor Blake Mysteries which is being done for the ABC. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hopefully that will lead on to bigger and better things, if bigger and better

things can pop up at my age,â&#x20AC;? he added with a laugh. Wood has travelled to the Border several times to rehearse Symphony of Life, which is directed by local Chris Pidd. Local performers also feature heavily in the production, which runs from Thursday to Sunday. Fore more information call 6021 7433.

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Mel returns to his true passion By BLAIR THOMSON MOVIE: Get the Gringo (MA15+) DURATION: 96 minutes SOMEWHERE amongst the controversy surrounding Mel Gibsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s private life and the allegations of sexism and racism, everyone seemed to forget his acting talents. Sightings of Gibson on the big screen have been few and far between in recent years, partly because heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been working behind the camera, and partly because fewer people want to put him in front of the camera. Nonetheless, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great performer. In this latest outing he plays a professional criminal known as The Gringo, who has smashed a stolen car laden

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with millions in cash across the border into Mexico, where corrupt police are waiting. The justice system in Mexico leaves a little to be desired, and Gibson finds himself in a filthy prison where inmates are free to inject heroin, families can rent rooms complete with their own kitchens and beds, and certain prisoners hold all the power and influence. The Gringo begins scheming from the moment he steps foot in the place and makes an unlikely alliance with a 10-year-old boy, more out of necessity than desire. Strange as it may seem, the duo create a formidable partnership and as the story unravels a bond between the two, and the boyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mother, gains strength.

At first it seems like the prison is perhaps, in the words of The Gringo, the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worst mall, and not all that violent. But delve a little deeper and it becomes apparent that human life has no value and cash rules. The money The Gringo stole comes back to haunt him and while itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not a true action film with guns constantly blazing, there are some great action scenes and plot twists and turns as our hero protects his young ally. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s worth noting that Gibson also co-wrote and co-produced this film and has created a unique movie well worth a look, but perhaps not a film for the ages.

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Homes&Property Homes Property ❯❯ Albury Wodonga

All the comforts of home at an affordable price COMFORTABLE family living and room for the children to play is assured in this week’s Wodonga Real Estate featured property. A tasteful front timber door with Australiana-style lead light greets the new owners, opening to a tiled foyer. A large lounge/ family room offers enough space for the family to enjoy time together with a gas wall furnace to keep warm on those cool winters’ nights. The extremely spacious kitchen allows for the largest meals or extended gatherings with ample cupboard and bench space, plus the bonus of large walk-in pantry.

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The extra family/dining area provides easy access to outdoor entertaining with an undercover alfresco area the perfect spot for those balmy summer evenings. The three bedrooms are all of comfortable proportions with the master suite having a large walk-through robe leading to a spacious ensuite. The remaining two bedrooms both include built-in robes. The main bathroom is again of large proportions with a separate toilet alleviating congestion for the growing family. Outside the back yard is sure to please with ample space for

the kids to run around. An established garden plot provides space for home-grown produce while a separate compost area allows the green-concious gardener to supply their own special blend of fertiliser. A garage under the main roof takes care of the family vehicle while a carport with roller door adds extra space. Access to the back yard via a full concrete driveway reveals yet another vehicle home with a free-standing brick garage. Two garden sheds further adds to the appeal at a realistic family budget price.

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6 Edinburgh Circuit ■ Price: $289,000 ■ Contact: Clinton Harvey Wodonga Real Estate (02) 6056 1888 or 0408 605 950

SPACE… Comfort and space at a realistic price.

Rural Living A country feel but still close to town

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We have several Rural Lifestyle Properties for sale adjacent to existing reserves and wildlife corridors. Visit our website at www.awc.gov.au or call 60238000 to see what’s available.

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Albury-Wodonga Corporation 2/620 Macauley Street, Albury NSW 2640 1016688-KC50-11

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Albury Wodonga

Reward for innovation Alatalo Bros takes out first place in Master Builder awards By TREVOR JACKSON ALATALO Bros Homes has taken out first place in the Master Builders Association of Victoria Regional North East building awards display home above $400,000 category for their 8-star energy rated home, the Enviro 8. Alatalo Bros manager, Tony Moyle said the award was a nice reward for 12 months of hard work and planning by Alatalo Bros’ draftsman Nathan Boehm. Mr Moyle said Mr Bohem worked tirelessly on every aspect of the project to design and finish the home to perfection. “He’s created something that has not only been designed to look good, but be functional, affordable, and of course environmentally friendly in it’s energy saving,” Mr Moyle said. “We’re very proud of winning the award with this home. It’s not your everyday layout - it’s a little bit different.” The home was designed with energy savings in mind, set with a northerly aspect to take full advantage of natural light. It includes double-glazed windows, polystyrene cladding which improves the acoustic and thermal properties of the house and LED lights to cut energy consumption. Rainwater tanks feed the toilet

PERFECTION… Nathan Bohem and Mike Alatalo proudly display their MBA award for their display home, the Enviro 8 located at 85 Forest Drive, Thurgoona. Picture: TREVOR JACKSON

CEO Real Estate Institute of Victoria

Advertising, the tip for better market success WHEN marketing a property for sale an estate agent will recommend a range of options depending on the property, location and method of sale. As advertising is an outgoing that is paid for by the vendor, it is advisable to have an understanding of the options. The most cost-effective advertisements are on the internet. Internet advertising is now the primary way most buyers become aware of a property. The internet provides a wealth of information that is not easily included in print advertisements and you can make the advertisements interactive by including video and voice-over to describe a property’s features. If you are having photos taken, ensure that the quality and resolution are such that may be viewed clearly. Depending on the value of the property, specific websites can also be created for a property. While print advertisements are still being used, they are less popular than they were a decade ago; however, they have a role to play in some markets. Print advertisements appear in local newspapers or magazines and in the weekend metropolitan papers and range from display advertising to simple classified listings. Most agencies have their own magazines and window displays. As agencies tend to situate themselves in areas with high pedestrian traffic, these options provide a simple and low-cost way of bringing the home to the attention of buyers. And, of course, social media is now being used to market property. It can’t replace methods that have a significantly higher reach but can complement a campaign. Finally, an agency’s own database of buyers is a very valuable marketing tool. A good agency will maintain its own list of interested buyers and will market homes directly to them. With the range of options now available, it is important that sellers work with their agent to produce the most effective marketing campaign possible.

WINNER- BEST DISPLAY HOME North East Victoria Building Awards 2012

Enviro 8 Floorplan Living 25.5sq Garage 4.1sq Alfresco 5.1sq Porch 0.9sq Total

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Display Home: 85 (Lot 505) Forest Drive Thurgoona. Open Fri-Sat-Sun 1.00 to 5.00pm 1036169-SH23-12

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and the gardens were created to provide both minimal maintenance and water requirements. Inside the modern layout becomes more apparent with overhead shelving in the kitchen rather than cupboards and different angles designed to create space and environmentallyfriendly and solid bamboo flooring has been used. Mr Bohem said he was pleased with the final product and just as impressed with the award. “A lot of hard work went into getting the design to the stage where we could do something a bit different so I’m happy that everyone appreciated it,” he said. “My idea was to show something different, a bit more modern, keeping up with the times. The design came from styles I like and ideas that were around at the time and we were very happy with the final product.” And the unique design has turned heads in the marketplace with Alatalo Bros sales manager Michelle Brown saying the feedback from the public had been very positive. “Everyone who goes through the home walks out and says they love it,” she said. “I haven’t had any negative response from it. Normally you get some negativity in a home but I can honestly say I haven’t had any about this.”

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MARGY MEEHAN 0419 972 735

$239,500

DEBBIE PASCALL 0407 391 772 ON DUTY

JOAN NALDRETT 0419 483 919

CLINTON HARVEY 0408 605 950

DES LONERGAN 0408 575 825

$535,000

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2/5 Railway Street

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8 Marigold Court

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In Parkland Estate this home should appeal to both families and investors Comprising 2 living areas,3 bedrooms, kitchen, meals, laundry & DLUG with remote Close to a shopping centre, sports and leisure complex and schools.

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17 Whernside Drive

$365,000

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This is a perfect opportunity to add to your investment portfolio Purchase a single unit or the block of three, all on separate titles Gas wall furnace and split system cooling

$368,000

Inspection by appointment

Beautifully presented & ready to occupy, this brick veneer family home Four double bedrooms with built in robes Separate family room leads out to wide all weather veranda

TANGAMBALANGA

1

$195,000 Each

$235,000

346 Whytes Road

4

2

2

$765,000

Inspection By Appointment

Only minutes from Wodonga is this beautiful home on 7 acres Family room with split system air conditioning and two way wood heater Ample shedding is provided with 11 x 9 colourbond shed

TANGAMBALANGA

$265,000

NE W

YACKANDANDAH

3

Meticulously maintained this expansive family home is enviably situated in a peaceful court on a beautifully landscaped 2111m2 block Four bedrooms ( two with en-suites ) two studies and very spacious living areas Completing this home is a sparkling inground pool, extensive paved undercover outdoor living areas, fully lined and powered four car garage with an additional two car garage and two car carport.

Inspection by appointment

$170,000

2

Perfectly located across from new Woolworths supermarket Offers totally maintenance free living Two large bedrooms both with walk in robes and a study

Secure an as new townhouse only 200 metres from Centro Wodonga plaza Stylish kitchen with stainless steel appliances plus dishwasher Open plan living with split system air conditioner

50 Elm Street

$280,000

N P R EW IC E

2 Como Court

ALAN HODGSON 0418 468 579

NE W

NE W

2-8 Mitchell Street

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2

2

Inspection by appointment

A rare opportunity to purchase 20 acres so close to Yackandandah Offering picturesque creek frontage and shady mature trees 8m x 10m colourbond shed, brick lock up garage

TANGAMBALANGA

From $76,000

Inspection By Appointment

Establish your business identity in your own premises Prominently located, affordable serviced industrial blocks Land sizes from 1525m² - 1890m². Ready to build on

4

1

1

Inspection By Appointment

On a large corner block this four bedroom family home provides versatility Lounge has feature fireplace with gas log fire, reverse cycle air conditioning Large sash windows overlooking beautiful established gardens with steps down to second level

LAKE HUME

3

1

$200,000

1

Inspection By Appointment

Appealing timber home on the lapping shores of Lake Hume On freehold title within Lake Hume Resort Note: Freehold title is not time share. Excellent returns

3

2

1

Inspection by appointment

Enjoy splendid views and the benefit of potential Large modern kitchen meals area. Front and rear deck Great shedding, big block and close to town centre

DARTMOUTH

3

1

$125,000

1

4

2

2

Inspection by appointment

Located on the edge of town on a corner allotment, is this quality brick home Good size kitchen with electric & gas cooking & a dishwasher Sporting and social facilities nearby. Just 15 minutes to Wodonga / Albury,

BONEGILLA

$465,000

Inspection by appointment

Inspection by appointment

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

Owner says SELL this historically successful sale/service site of 2419m² - 3 titles Strategically located retail site only two minutes from Lake Hume and 10 minutes from Wodonga & Albury Represents outstanding opportunity to expand your commercial base.

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RENTAL PROPERTIES OF THE WEEK

Kingfisher Drive, Wodonga $350pw

Bremer Avenue, Wodonga

$370pw

Large 3 BR home with study. Features include ducted heating & cooling, gas log fire, large formal lounge plus large family/meals area, kitchen with gas cook top & ample cupboard space, master BR has ensuite & WIR, plus BIR to the other two BRs & full bathroom. Other features include DLUG with remote & internal access, private secure yard with entertaining area. Avail now

This modern & fresh 4 BR home with study/fifth BR features ensuite & WIR to master BR, BIRs in all other rooms including the study. The kitchen is modern with heaps of cupboards, 5 burner gas cooktop & dishwasher. Separate formal lounge, open plan meals & family room with ducted heating & cooling throughout. Oversized DLUG with remote, under cover area & internal access. Secure yard & pergola. Pets upon application. Avail now

Units/Townhouses available

Houses available

Gralen St $140pw Avail 15.06.12 Very neat tidy 1 BR, gas heat, A/C, BIRs, single carport.

Swan St $210pw Avail 06.07.12 3 BR home, 2 bathrooms, S/S heat/cool, BIRs, encl yard, carport. Buckland Crt $255pw Avail 21.06.12 McEwen Cres $175pw Avail 2 wks 3 BR home, duct cool, gas heat, large living, Great 2 BR unit, spacious living, S/S cool/ separate meals, BIRs, dbl carport. heat, BIRs, single carport. Hamilton Pl $275pw Avail 28.06.12 Very neat 3 BR home, DLUG, duct cool, ceiling Huon Hill Rd $195pw Avail now fans, BBQ area. Large 2 BR unit, gas heat, S/S cool, BIRs, Melrose Dr $300pw Avail 16.06.12 external grounds, SLUG. Neat 3 BR home, ENS, DW, duct heat/cool, Turton Crt $230pw Avail 02.07.12 remote DLU carport. Neat 2 BR unit, study nook, A/C, gas heat, BIRs, Cole St $320pw Avail 10.06.12 DLUG. No pets. Lawns incl. Renovated 3 BR home, study, duct heat/cool, DW, ENS, BIRs, family room, DLUG. Hume St $240pw Avail end June Georgina Ave $340pw Avail 03.07.12 2 BR townhouse, gas heat, A/C, DW, BIRs, Modern 3 BR home, WIR, ENS, DW, spa bath. ceiling fans, encl yard, SLUG. alfresco, remote DLUG. Mitchell St $280pw Avail 06.07.12 Hogan Crt $350pw Avail now Modern 2 BR townhouse, duct heat/cool, BIRs, Executive 4 BR home, ENS, DW, duct cool, gas remote SLUG. heat, SLUG, home office

Avondale Drive, Wodonga

$460pw

Executive style 4 bedroom home with study, ducted heating and cooling, formal lounge, huge open kitchen and living areas with view across the hills, dishwasher, ensuite, walk in robe to the master, enclosed yard with immaculate gardens. Double lock up garage. Must inspect. Avail 03/07/12

Houses available Hogan Crt $350pw Avail now Executive 4 BR home, ENS, DW, duct cool, gas heat, SLUG, home office Riversdale Pl $550pw Avail 11.07.12 4 BR, plus study, duct heat/cool, parents’ retreat, ENS, DW, workshop, remote DLUG.

Albury & District properties Ann St, Jindera $295pw Avail 15.06.12 Central renovated 3 BR home, gas heat, S/S heat/cool, garden shed, tandem carport. Cadell St, Albury $305pw Avail 20.06.12 Modern 3 BR townhouse, duct cool, gas

Gumnut Court, Albury

$430pw

Ideal for the family, this large well presented four BR home features 2 large living areas, ducted heating & cooling throughout, en-suite and walk-through robe to main BR, BIRs to other BRs. The open kitchen area opens on to a decked alfresco entertaining area & features gourmet appliances. Externally the property also features a large secure yard area with garden shed, double remote garage & side gate access to the rear yard. Inspection will not disappoint. Avail now.05.12

Albury & District properties Hume St, Albury $275pw Avail no Renovated 3 BR home, gas heat, S/S heat/ cool, elect cook, tandem carport

Out of town properties Queen Elizabeth Dr, Tallangatta $300pw Avail now 2-storey, 3 BR, 3 bath, WIR, duct heat/cool, infloor heat, study, balcony, remote DLUG. Hodge St, Beechworth $295pw Avail now 3 BR property, BIRs, S/S heat/cool, elect cook, open living, garage, 3 x carport.

Storage Sheds Trafalgar St Wodonga from $77 pm Avail now Secure storage units from 2.3 x 3.5m up to 8 x 3.5m. 24 hour access for tenants.

heat, BIRs, remote DLUG, encl yard Peards Dr, Albury $340pw Avail 15.06.12

VACANCY RATE 0.85%

3 BR townhouse, duct heat/cool, ENS, WIR,

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

BIRs, DW, encl yard, remote DLUG

THE LAND SPECIALISTS

“Quality living by the river”

Whenby Grange ...........................................from Wattle Glen ....................................................from Wattle Views ..................................................from New West Village .........................................from Western Park .................................................from Barnaduda Park ............................................from Country Club .................................................from Federation Park ............................................from

$112,000 $ 95,000 $ 90,000 $ 75,000 $125,000 $ 80,000 $110,000 $105,000

Englobo Land - Yackandandah...............from $575,000 + G.S.T. Yarralumla ......................................................from $ 95,000 Willow Gardens ............................................from $120,000 Yackandandah Heights .............................from $ 71,000 Fairway Gardens (NSW).............................from $100,000 Yackandandah Industrial ..........................from $ 86,000 + G.S.T. Tangalamba Industrial ...............................from $ 76,000 + G.S.T. Wodonga Industrial Estate.......................from $1.8 million

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HUTTON Real Estate 6025 8000 AUCTION FRIDAY JUNE 22 2PM ONSITE

$342,000 LAVINGTON 548 Sanders Road

THURGOONA, 10 Sugar Gum Way DELIGHTFUL FAMILY HOME

2

4

Four bedrooms, main with ensuite, formal lounge, open living and dining, adjoining well equipped kitchen with pantry, dishwasher and breakfast bar. Ducted heating and air conditioning., double garage, remote entry.

2

AUCTION

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

UNDER OFFER

NORTH ALBURY, 929 Mate St

1

3

The three golden rules of Real Estate belong to this one. A very comfortable home with lots of room. Situated on a large 809m2 block. A short walk from Lavington Square.

DECEASED ESTATE

$160,000 LAVINGTON, 537 Webb Street

PRICED TO SELL Three bedrooms, formal lounge, kitchen with meals area. Freshly painted, new carpet throughout, ducted air conditioning, lock-up garage plus storage. Excellent investment, currently tenanted at $230 per week

1

3

NORTH ALBURY, 503 Union Road

1

$237,500

A VERY APPEALING HOME UNIT

1

2

$187,500

VERY AFFORDABLE PACKAGE This home would certainly suit the ďŹ rst home buyer or investor. Three bedrooms, formal lounge, country style kitchen. Single lock-up garage. Situated close to public school, Public transport and parkland. Phone for inspection.

1

3

WOOMARGAMA Old Hume Highway

1

$130,000

FORMER WOOMARGAMA STORE & RESIDENCE

1

A very spacious unit, two bedrooms, large open plan living, dining, kitchen with pantry, b/bar and dishwasher, full bathroom, second toilet, separate laundry, ducted air conditioning, gas heating, lock-up garage with remote and internal entry. Outdoor entertainment area and private yard.

1

Situated on approximately 1.5 acres is the former Woomargama General Store and adjoining residence.The store offers a multitude of opportunities. The Residence is a renovators delight.

PROPERTIES FOR LEASE

For Professional Property Management Contact Hutton Real Estate today on 6025 8000

3

ALBURY

3

1

$260PW WODONGA

4

THURGOONA

1

2

$360PW MOUNTAIN VIEW

Shop 8, 330 Urana Road LAVINGTON NSW 2641

2

$275PW

4

2

1

2

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$420PW

Rentals Wanted No Advertising Charges

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Nigel Horne 0407 058 706

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TILING

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Mowers, Brushcutters, Blowers & Generators

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Specialising in Bathroom Renovations Re-Grouting l Sealing l Waterproofing Kitchen Splashbacks

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Specialising in Steel Roofing ~ Residential ~ Commercial ~ Renovations ~ Maintenance ~

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BREAKFAST TABLE, blackwood, 8 drawers, lovely unique piece, cost $2,000, sell $850ono. 0402 993 701.

BUNKS, tubular, ex Fantastic Furniture, with mattresses, little use. $230. (02) 6041-6675, 0408 690 269.

CARRIAGE LAMPS, unrestored, genuine kero, carbide candle, 28 electrine candles, $1,300. 0431 611 361. CEILING FAN, internal, EC, $40. 0428 320 975. CHAINSAW, brand new, 62CC, 22” bar. $200. 0457 353 871. West Wodonga.

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MASSAGE THERAPISTS

Railway Sleepers

Large quantity, 1st 2nd and 3rd grade.

DINING SUITE, octagonal shape, 7 piece, extendable table, Italian style, GC. $450. 0417 665 478. DINING TABLE, 183 x 88cm, solid pine, 4 matching drop seat chairs and bench seat, Australian made, GC. $400. (02) 6024 2859. DINING TABLE, Advanced Furtniture, twin pedestal, extendable, 6 chairs, VGC. $490ono. (02) 6056-1297.

DINING TABLE, round, 1070mm W, mahogany, solid timber, with 4 chairs, $280. Delivery can be arranged. (02) 6043-2160.

DINING TABLE, timber, with butterfly extension, VGC, seats 10 to 12 extended. $485ono. (02) 6043-1029.

DISPLAY CABINET, with light, wood frame, 5 glass shelves, 570cmW x 1960cmH. $250. (02) 6059-3939. 0409 561 617. Wodonga. FIRE, Kent Consul burning wood fire, GC. $250. (02) 6025-4687. FREEZER, 500 litres, VGC. $480. 0458 640 981. FREEZER, 700 litres, VGC. $680. 0458 640 981.

Ring Derek for details

0425 742 491 RECLINER, one seater, Vienna Chocolate, used one week, $200. 0431 611 361.

PETS & SERVICES ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE New rules apply to the advertising of dogs and cats for sale. It is now an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat in Victoria unless the microchip identification number of the animal is included in the advertisement or notice. A registered domestic animal business may use its Council business registration number as an alternative. For further information, call 136 186 or visit www.dpi.vic.gov.au/pets 1021252-PJ16-12

REDGUM SLAB, plus 2 half trunks suitable for legs, $475ono. (02) 60217668.

ROLLER DOOR, second hand, includes tracks and brackets etc, 2100H x 2500W. $100. (02) 60408666.

AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER, Pup, pure bred, vet checked, vaccinated, non moulting, microchip no. 000146244609. $700. 0427 261 664. Chiltern. BUDGERIGARS, x 10, young, all colours, $100 the lot. 0408 297 478.

SHELL NECKLACES, 23, genuine old South Pacific, male/female, EC, $400. 0431 611 361.

SEWING, SEWING MACHINES

SLEEPERS, used, ex railway, B grade, $15.90 each, also half wine barrels available, GC. Phone 0411 558 572.

MACHINE REPAIRS, all makes and models, prompt and reliable service. (02) 6040-8250.

STOVE, electric, Chef Electrolux, ceramic top, very clean, paid $1,115. sell for $300. (02) 60214784

WANTED

CASH FOR AUSSIE COINS

SURF ROD, spun fibreglass, EC, one piece, 16ft. $90. Phone Col (02) 6024-3939.

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

TV, Nec, 51cm, with remote, VGC, analogue, $50ono. 0419 404 820. Lavington.

Phone Nathan on 0431 547 042

WASHING MACHINE, Fisher & Paykel, Aqua Smart, 7kg, top loader, 3.5 years old, EC, $320. 0427 479 445. WHEELIE WALKER, as new, cost $200, sell $80. (02) 6025-2440. Lavington.

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

FRIDGE/FREEZER, Whirlpool, very large, 2 door, with ice maker, water dispenser, VGC, paid $3,000, sell $800ono. 0402 993 701. FRYER, gas, 20 litre oil capacity, 40 x 70 x 85H. $1,300. 0458 640 981.

FURNITURE, Colonial sideboard and tall boy, as new, $700 the pair. (02) 6021-7668.

GAS HEATER, Rinnai, energy saver, model no. 1001, space heater, includes external vent system, no further use, $200ono. (02) 6040-0665, 0407 705 864.

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FREEZER, upright, 6 baskets, 389 litres, very clean, GC, $300. (02) 6026-2250/ 0408 489 501.

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BRIDAL & DEB WEAR DEB DRESS, size 12, full length, strapless, fitted bodice with gloves. $400. (02)6024-7754. Wodonga.

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

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OIL PAINTING, Seascape, blues, 39” x 29”. $200. 0425 271 848. Albury.

PIANO, 2 crown Richard Lipp & Sohn Stuttgart, VGC, selling due to relocating, $1,300ono. (02) 6023-5467, 0429 360 527.

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COMPUTER, desk top, with Microsoft 2007. $225ono. (02) 6040-4634.

NATIVE POTTERY, genuine, from Malekula Island Vanuatu, 48 pieces, display cabinet, price negotiable. 0431 611 316.

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

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MITSUBISHI, Lancer, 2004, auto, AC, 48,000 kms, silver, 670-SEH, $8,700ono. (02) 6054-6940. HOLDEN, Commodore, ute, Vy SS, Series 2, 6 speed manual, purple, 20'' rims, CC, AC, PS, chrome ladder racks, 218,480kms, 258-HLF, $12,500. 0409 617 077 or 0405 340 034. HOLDEN, Commodore, VZ, sedan, white, cruise, tint, rear spoiler, EC, 107,000kms, reg. until November 2010, AZH-69G. $11,000. (02) 60268493. Albury.

MITSUBISHI, Lancer, MR, 2 door, auto, AC, tinted windows, towbar, reg NSW until August, UOA744. $4,000. 0402 059 914. MITSUBISHI, Magna, XRX, 2004, 70,000kms, full books, AWD, one owner, immaculate condition, WOB-394. $15,000. 0450 163 922. Wodonga.

HOLDEN, Crewman, VZ SS, 2004, 6 speed manual, 91,000kms, 18” XHP rims, 5 months reg, ARD-58U. $22,000ono. 0405 724 660.

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.

HOLDEN, Rodeo, 1998, dual cab, 4X4, 5 speed manual, AC, towbar, NSW reg. until 06/12, VMF-971. $5,000. 0478 228 859.

TOYOTA Hilux, 2000, 3L turbo diesel, SR5 cruise, UFH, winch, canopy, 220,000kms. QBT-272. $20,000. 0413 904 808.

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ELECTRIC BRAKE, controller, Energizer 111, perfect working order, with full operating and installation instructions. $35. (02) 6032-7228. MOTOR CYCLE BOOTS, new with tags, Thomas Cook. $120. (02) 60256292.

HOLDEN, Combo, 1996, 1.4 litre, 5 speed manual, AC, power steer, NSW reg UEB-848. $2,800. Phone (02) 6041-6704. Albury.

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CARAVANS & TRAILERS

AVAN, Aliner, 10/99, reg until 10/12, double bed, solar panel, 3 way fridge, LED lights, microwave, 3 exit side doors, full annexe, many extras, always garaged, N42870, $14,500. 0488 257 912.

UTILITY TRAILER, used for bike camping, lugs in floor to suit 3 motor bikes, 2 built in cupboards, reg until 12/12, R19550. $5,500, 0418 576 584.

FARM VEHICLES /MACHINERY

FORD, Transit, Sunliner Odyssey, 2003, turbo diesel, auto, 55,000kms, shower, toilet, rear double bed, AP-82-LC, $78,000. 0418 572 023.

TRACTOR, new Lamborghini, R3EVO 100, 4WD, cab/air, 99Hp, tractor with front end loader, $76,890 inc. gst. (07) 4063-2772.

MOTORCYCLES SPORTS BAR, and hard tonneau cover, to suit Mitsubishi ML Triton, EC, includes all fittings and locks and keys. $195. 0407 705 864, (02) 60400665.

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

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POPTOP, 2001, 16½ foot, rollout awning, front kitchen, gas cooktop, double bed, 12 months NSW reg, NO8997. $16,500. 0488 625 291.

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

BMW, R1100S, 2000, 42,000kms, EC, YBD-99, $9,500. (02)6026-5406. Howlong. HONDA, CT110 Postie, 30,000kms, reg, EC, PHF56. $1,300. (02) 60415460 in evenings.

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

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Ovens & Murray Football 2012 Anything does happen Simon

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WHEN you get old and set in your ways thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s nothing quite as comforting as predictability. Muesli every day, the remote control in the same spot and tea on the table at 6.10pm. If this sounds like you, then thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a fair chance this seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ovens & Murray would be causing you some discomfort. Anything can happen and probably will, and well in fact last weekend did! With seven rounds complete thus far it would be fair to think you could use previous form as an indicator, but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not. Albury entered last weekendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s round with just one loss and all but one past victories had been emphatic. They met the Wodonga Raiders, who had recruited well and have much potential but had not lived up to expectations, yet to beat a side above them on the ladder. Even if the result was close most would have been comfortable with their selection of the Tigers. The Raiders have now turned the competition on its head with their ďŹ rst win against Albury in almost 10 years. I bet you didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t see that coming. I bet you also expected the only other side to have beaten the reigning premiers this year and a team that got the points against a starstudded Wangaratta to be too strong for the bottom-of-the-ladder Nth Albury. I am referring to Myrtleford and, yes, given that they have been inconsistent, it was still a game they were expected to win. They didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t! It continues. Second bottom Corowa Rutherglen shocked everyone with their victory over Wangaratta and many peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tip for the wooden spoon, Wang Rovers, knocked over Lavington and ďŹ nd themselves on top of the ladder. With all that being said how on earth do I or any other so-called experts conďŹ dently provide this weekendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tips? I dare not go on form. I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really go on home ground advantage. And I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to start picking my favourite colours. So for reasons that I am sure will no doubt make me look even more inadequate then I already do here goes. Wangaratta Rovers v Wodonga Raiders With the Wodonga Raiders ďŹ nally coming of age, this contest with ladder-leader Wang Rovers promises to be one of the games of the season.

Raiders forward Patty Rose is on track to reach 100 goals and he looms as the difference in this game. Should the miserly Rovers defence curtail Roseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inďŹ&#x201A;uence the Raiders donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t appear to have too many other goal-kicking options. Mick Carusoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s back line has conceded the smallest score for the season and to me is their strength. The Raiders welcomed back mid-ďŹ elder Luke Schilg last week, and the form of Ben Davies, David Stretton and Todd Bryant gives them a decisive edge in the engine room. The better the midďŹ eld the more scoring opportunities and on this alone I have gone with the Wodonga Raiders by seven points. Corowa Rutherglen v Nth Albury Not much separating these teams. The Roos have performed below par thus far and will be looking to bring about two on the trot. Former AFL player Aaron Henneman was great last week in both the ruck and up forward and will be the key to Corowaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chances of victory. Despite sitting on the bottom of the ladder, the Hoppers have not really been too bad with just one forgettable performance against Albury. Their heroic captain Dan Leslie has led from the front all year and has had plenty of support from onballer Matt McDonald. My thoughts are that the Hoppers might just pinch this one with an 11-point margin. In other games, Albury should be back to the winnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s board and take out last weekendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rare loss on Wodonga. Lavington have more at stake to lose than Myrtleford and should get the points in their battle and a Pigeon outďŹ t at home must start clear favourites against a roller-coaster Wangaratta.

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Local Sport Midnight Basketball rocks Reece Mastin shines at community sports night By TREVOR JACKSON

AMAZED… Reece Mastin mingled with children involved in the Midnight Basketball program Friday night at Lauren Jackson Sports Centre. Picture: TREVOR JACKSON

LAUREN Jackson Sports Centre was rocking Friday night when XFactor winner, Reece Mastin paid a surprise visit to the Midnight Basketball program. Screams of delight echoed through the stadium as Reece and his band entered with the children involved in the program unable to curb their enthusiasm. Carevan CEO Jodie Tiernan set up the visit after organising Mastin to attend a Carevan performance on Saturday. “I picked Reece up from the airport and told him what I was involved in,” Jodie said. “I asked him what they were doing later and mentioned Midnight Basketball. I told him the kids were busting to see him and for them to get a personalised hello would be great. “He said ‘Yeah, OK, no worries’.” Mastin told NewsWeekly he was more than happy to be there to meet the children. “We try to get involved in as much charity stuff as we can but we’ve never actually done anything like this,” he said.

“We thought, what a cool idea, getting kids to come down and get away from everything and just play sport. They’re staying fit, they’re staying out of trouble and they’re good kids, so it’s a good thing to come down to and see what they’re doing.” And while the setting was somewhat intimate compared with other appearances Mastin was involved in he seemed to take it all in his stride. “I’m used to being on stage six foot away from someone but to actually be here talking to the kids and seeing them smile, it’s awesome,” he said. “I love doing things like this.” Jodie said seeing the reaction of the children when Mastin walked in was one of the highlights of her involvement with Midnight Basketball so far. “To walk into the stadium and see all the kids screaming, it just made my heart sing,” she said. “It nearly brought me to tears. They were just amazed. They had a cuddle from him and a photo and they can’t wait to get the photos back. They were just over the moon. “That’s the reward you get out of doing something like this.”

Getting the road safety message out By TREVOR JACKSON

portunity for parents and young drivers to attend the open-style forum and gain invaluable advice on driving habits and the consequences involved with not obeying the rules. “The 17-25-year age group is where a lot of our crash statistics lie,” Ms Torocsik said. “It’s not often you can get a lot of specialised people into one area at the same time to talk to a target group like this, so it’s a great opportunity.” While local statistics may have an impact on young drivers in the region, Good Sports coordinator Peter Lee said the talk by the young driver who spent time in jail would possibly affect more members of the community. “Mark is going to come along and talk about being involved in an accident

EDUCATION on road safety for parents and young drivers is the message Albury Council and Good Sports will be pushing when they hold a seminar on 20 June. Speakers will include the director of Accident and Emergency Albury Wodonga Health Service, a leading local orthopaedic surgeon, Albury Border Rescue and a sergeant from the local police highway patrol as well as a young local man who has served jail time for his involvement in a motor vehicle accident. The target audience is the 17-25year age group with parents encouraged to attend. AlburyCity Road Safety Officer Lauren Torocsik said it was a good op-

where one of his best mates was very badly injured and is virtually a quadriplegic,” Mr Lee said. “He went to prison as a result and he’s going to talk about the feelings relating to that – about how it was good going out that night, then after everything happened how it hit him and how prison affected him. “Now he’s making his way back out in society, but he’s had to pay for that one brash moment. He’s still good mates with his friend and hopefully his friend will be coming along with him.” The seminar will be held at Lavington Panthers Sports Club from 7pm and those interested in attending can contact Peter Lee on 0409 956 251 or via email at nswsouthwest5@nswgoodsports.org. au.

EDUCATION… Peter Lee and Lauren Torocsik are looking to educate young drivers and parents on road safety at a seminar at Lavington Panthers Sports Club. Picture: TREVOR JACKSON

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ny director Pedro Afonso said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The yard here has no lawns to mow with the artificial lawn, it has drought-tolerant plants and rock garden beds which provides a stunning home thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s easy to use and maintain. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a large home on a smaller block which allows customers the time to do other things. Weekends of cleaning showers and bathrooms and really having to bore into those labori-

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