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Kapunda’s Christmas party THE 2011 Kapunda Christmas Street Party attracted a record crowd of more than 2000 on Friday evening. Perfect weather and a huge range of activities drew families into the main street to enjoy the carnival atmosphere and entertainment. Officially opened by Member for Wakefield Nick Champion and Light Regional Council mayor Bill O’Brien, the street party was a hive of activity from 5.30pm until well after sunset. “This year’s event attracted a record number of people and was a resounding success,” said Mr O’Brien. “The Kapunda Christmas Street Party is an important community event and congratulations must go to the energetic group of volunteers on the KCSP Inc committee and our very generous
local sponsors in making it all happen for the families of Kapunda and regions.” The Yellow Brick Road proved very popular with the children, while children and adults alike were keen to see the animals in the petting zoo and at the Animals Anonymous tent where they could get up-close and personal with snakes, lizards and birds. There was also mini-golf, the GymBus, camel rides, a V8 simulator, face painting, car displays, live entertainment and carols. Santa gave the reindeer a rest for the weekend in the lead-up to Christmas and instead of using his sleigh, he made his grand entrance in the local Metropolitan Fire Service truck.
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FRIENDS: James Ambrose, 3, gets to know the lambs in the petting zoo at the Kapunda Christmas Street Party.
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Tower approved but residents hold onto hope A PHONE tower proposed for the edge of Tanunda has been approved by a council development assessment panel. As reported on Thursday on barossaherald.com.au, the decision to approve the application had most of the 50-member gallery storming out of the Light Regional Council (LRC) Development Assessment Panel (DAP) meeting at Hewett Community Centre last Wednesday. The group of Tanunda residents opposing the 28-metre phone tower proposed for a Smythe Road property now awaits the decision of the South Australian Development Assessment Commission (DAC). Development approval is only granted if the DAC concurs with the DAP’s decision. Mike Brooksby, one of the residents opposing the tower, said the group is hoping the DAC refuses the proposal. “If that doesn’t take place and they concur (with) the decision to grant approval, that is when we need to get together as a group to determine how we are going to tackle it,”
Mr Brooksby said. “There have been some discussions about obtaining some professional planning and legal advice to basically ascertain what avenues we have got. “We won’t do anything in regard to that until we know what actually happens at the DAC.” Presiding member of the DAP, Bruce Ballantyne, said the decision was made based on the information in the application, comments from council planners, both written and verbal representations, the development plan and the development act. “The panel certainly was respectful for the importance of the Barossa Valley, its heritage, its importance to tourism, and that was taken into consideration,” he said. “But again, at the end of the day, we have to make a decision that is in accordance with the provisions of the development plan and the act.” The DAC is expected to consider the application in late January, 2012. Visit barossaherald.com.au for the extended version of this story.
Man dies INVESTIGATIONS continue into the circumstances behind the death of a 58-year-old Kapunda employee. The incident occurred at about 5.45pm on Sunday at a stockfeed manufacturing business, where work was underway to process hay. Initial inquiries indicate that the man was struck by a shuttle, which is part of a large complex piece of plant used to rapidly move hay bales across the work area.
The man received serious crush injuries and was taken to Kapunda Hospital, where he later died. SafeWork SA urge workers in farm-related industries to take extreme care around machinery and vehicles as activity continues during the current harvest and into next year’s grape vintage. SafeWork SA acting executive director, Bryan Russell said, “While the most recent farm-related workplace deaths in South Australia have involved vehicles, we also urge the utmost caution be used when working around other plant such as hay balers and in this case, hay shuttles”.
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Green light for Roseworthy THE Roseworthy Garden Town plan has been officially endorsed by Light Regional Council (LRC). It is set to make Roseworthy one of the largest developments in Australia with 25,000 homes to be built in the town over the next 30 years. As reported on barossaherald.com.au last week, the plan was passed unanimously at last Tuesday night’s Light Council meeting. The Roseworthy Alliance, which developed the draft concept plan for Roseworthy, has welcomed LRC’s move to support the plan. Alliance chair Martyn Evans said it was an important step in the council’s award-winning planning process and approach to local government. “The Roseworthy Alliance is pleased to be part of Light Regional Council’s planning process to achieve well-managed growth,” he said. “Council’s governance framework and its leadership set this project apart. “A feature of the council’s engagement is the extent to which the community took the time to review and comment on the draft concept plan and provide feedback to council.”
“I am absolutely delighted the council now have taken that step, in a unanimous reponse to the recommendations as well. I think that really says something about it. It says we are extremely comfortable with the concept plan.” - LRC mayor Bill O’Brien Mr Evans said the Roseworthy Alliance is looking forward to the next steps of council’s planning process. “The draft concept plan for Roseworthy Garden Town is the blueprint for future growth,” he said. “We are committed to working with the Light Regional Council as it progresses the draft concept plan into a structure plan.” LRC mayor Bill O’Brien said he was “absolutely delighted” the plan had been supported by council, and with a unanimous decision. “I think that really says something about it. It says we are extremely comfortable with the concept plan,” he said. “Now we take that next step towards the infrastructure plan, which of course is going to probably engender quite considerable debate as we move through all of that as we start to get into the finer detail of things. “To just tick off on something as grand as this is quite extraordinary. “I have no doubt council will want to be thoroughly exploring how that is going to look, but now we are able to proceed, talking with government agencies and departments in relation to major infrastructure requirements like rail and those sort of things. “We have got to make sure the infrastructure is in place before we start building houses otherwise we could find ourselves in a spot of bother.”
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Blend of wine and cricket EMPLOYEES from some of the Barossa Valley’s best wineries took to the cricket pitch on Friday for the official launch of Wickets For Wine. The brainchild of Toby Yap (Langmeil Wines), Craig Phillips and Ben Chipman (Rusden Wines), Wickets for Wine is a social Twenty20 cricket competition where winery teams play against each other and raise funds for Movember. Chateau Tanunda cricket ground hosted the official launch on Friday, but the first official Wickets For Wine carnival will be held in November next year.
“Toby and I find it almost physically impossible to grow a moustache so we thought we’d try and raise money for the Movember cause in a different way,” Craig said. “Everyone loves a social game of cricket and when you add wine we thought we might have an event that gets the community together to put a spotlight on the importance of men’s health.” Organisers are hoping for around 10 teams to enter next year’s event with the aim of raising between $15,000 and $25,000 for Movember, which raises funds for men’s health.
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Council may fund rural addresses RURAL Barossa ratepayers could be in for a little Christmas saving with council to yesterday consider fully funding the rural addressing system. In November, council decided to provide a partial subsidy for the addressing system following the sale of a block of land at Lyndoch to be used for an ETSA substation. That subsidy was to reduce the cost for landowners from $30 to $20, but council could now foot the entire bill for the cost of the signs and their installation. Barossa Council director of
works and engineering Bim Lange said after the decision to subsidise the addresses, informal discussions had prompted staff to look further into whether council could fully fund the rural addressing system. “The idea was to look a bit further and see if it could be fully funded in council’s existing budget,” Mr Lange said. “We are carrying a little bit of surplus within the existing budget at the moment, we have had some people that have left and we haven’t filled those positions immediately.
“There are other lines that I have looked at within our signage budget, which is general signage, that I think there is an opportunity there to find that bit of extra money. “I think within the operating budget we would be okay to fully subsidise the project.” Rural property addressing is a distance-based numbering system, which advises emergency services, or anyone searching for a property, how far that property is from the start of a road, and on which side the entrance to the property is located.
Family services unite THREE major agencies that support young children and their families are now under the one umbrella. The Department for Children’s Services (DECS), Families SA and Child and Family Health now form the new Department of Education and Child Development. This change was announced in November. According to Minister for Education and Child Development Grace Portolesi, important research by leaders in early childhood like the late Thinker in Residence Dr Fraser Mustard, “underpins the idea behind the new department, which aims to support young children and their families from the moment children are born”. Dr Mustard was a Thinker
in Residence in SA in 2006-07. His perspectives were instrumental in the developing of world leading Children’s Centres for Early Childhood Development and Parenting, the development of the Australian Early Development Index and in creating the structure of the new Department for Education and Child Development. Minister Portolesi said, “We want to give children and their families the best opportunities to succeed and bringing together all these services in one department will help us do that as a government”. She said this new agency brings together the government services that work with children and their families and is a first for Australia.
Fresh new market CELEBRITY chef Simon Bryant will launch the inaugural Mt Pleasant Farmers Market on February 4. Simon, who also appeared on ABC’s The Cook and the Chef series, will use his culinary skills to demonstrate the use of local produce, which he will choose from the market stalls on the day. Simon’s food philosophy is based on the ethics of locally sourced, fresh ingredients. The committee said work is currently being done to ensure there is a fantastic mix of stalls delivering all the essentials including fruit and veg, milk, cheese, eggs, honey, olive oil, meat and seafood, bread and baked goods, hot breakfasts and fresh coffee, jams, preserves, and wine. The market will be held each
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week at the town’s showgrounds (Talunga Park) and will be open to noon on Saturdays. A country breakfast and freshly brewed organic coffee will be available for hungry travellers from 8am, and will feature fresh, locally produced ingredients. The market launch and establishment is the culmination of over 18 months of hard work by the Mt Pleasant Natural Resource Centre Inc and its volunteers. Co-ordinator of the Natural Resource Centre Faye McGoldrick, commends the dedication of community volunteers of turning a small idea into a new community business that supports sustainable food production and promotes the importance of a healthy environment to a healthy food chain.
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APPRECIATED: Tears of joy are being shown and hugs are being given by people who have received a Barossa Christmas hamper this month. The donation of non-perishable goods and toys for children are currently being distributed by Lutheran Community Care and their merry band of volunteers. Again this year, more than 200 hampers will be delivered throughout the Barossa and surrounding regions to bring support to those in need. Last week Pastor Len Gerschwitz blessed the hampers before helping the volunteers spend a full day packing the goods. Volunteers packing the hampers are (from left) Ivy Schmaal, Joy Graetz and Jan Jenner.
SUPPORTIVE: Community CPS Gawler thanked the community for their support in raising funds for U Care Gawlerâ€™s Christmas hampers. Donations came from Foodland Gawler, IGA Angle Vale, Tim Barkla from Austral Meats, with $300 in cash plus raised and over $300 in donations of food and toys collected. Pictured (back from left) is Chris Vitnell, chief executive officer of U Care Gawler, Richard Carter, branch manager of Community CPS Gawler, Vanessa Sherratt, U Care Gawler administrator, Raelene Benier and lolly winner Anthony Howard with (front) CPS staff Natalie Chaney, Natalie Hahn and Jodie Myers.
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Town with a big heart A SMALL Barossa town has managed to enjoy the meaning of Christmas and raise funds for charity. The unique Eden Valley event involved community members walking to various town destinations to become involved in fun festive activities on Sunday, December 11. The afternoon kicked off with a walk from the hotel beer garden to St Petri Church where John Edwards played an organ recital. The recital, ‘Toccata for Eden Valley’, was also composed by John as a Christmas gift to the town. Myriam Bultsma brought a healing touch as she presented the magic of Tibetan singing bowls and flute. The German carol Stille Nacht completed the first part of the walk. CFS members then assisted walkers to Lilliefield Gallery where participants created Christmas community art pieces. Walkers then carried the mosaic Madonna and child and ceramic ornaments they had created to the Eden Valley Institute. The hotel’s social club members of the Tourism & Promotion Group welcomed walkers with a prepared barbecue and drinks stall. Members decided to donate the entire profits of $300 made to David Lillecrapp, representing the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal at Gawler. After a group photograph was taken, the Eden Valley Singing Group and Myriam Bultsma presented Australian Christmas carols and this was followed by coffee and Christmas cake supplied by the members of the institute committee. The final surprise of the day was a group countdown for the festive lighting of the Eden Valley Christmas Star, which will glow throughout the season, atop the institute.
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M Williams Riverton More on politicians’ pay The Remuneration Tribunal must have thought they were discussing their own salaries when they increased politicians’ pay by such large percentages. The tribunal is about as independent to politician remuneration as the TV is to the remote control. Our Prime Minister will now receive a higher pay than the President of the USA. Assuming the pay rates for both leaders were even, on a percapita basis Australians pay 20 times to the PM as do Americans to their leader. Population of USA 310,000,000, Australia 21,000,000. The President virtually runs the United Nations, the United States and most of the western world. He must walk a tight line to satisfy the Christian lobby, the Jewish lobby, the Pentagon and the CIA. The US economy demands military excursions or invasions
into other countries at least every five or six years. More than 12 per cent of Americans carry guns, and assassination is always a threat to the President. The President is limited to two terms, and the pension is only a fraction of Australian politicians’ pensions. Our PM only has to satisfy a few influential lobbies and follow the USA foreign policy. Tony Beales Gawler East Same-sex marriage SBS News reports that since 2001 ten countries have legalised same-sex marriage, although Australia so far has not. Homosexual unions for both sexes however, are recognised in the ACT, NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland; this is a first step in the legal process. Homosexual unions of any type or degree are forbidden in God Almighty’s Holy Word with retribution threatened as the outcome. Those who ignore or refute this warning do so at their own peril. The fact that most liberal Christian leaders condone this sin does not annul it; it simply demonstrates their infidelity to Christ, their hypocritical spiritual condition, their desire to avoid persecution and demur to worldly concepts, and their vain opposition to the
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CHURCH SERVICES DECEMBER 24 & SUNDAY, DECEMBER 25 LUTHERAN CHURCH PARISHES Angaston Parish: 24-Angaston: 7pm in Church; Keyneton: 6.30pm; Eden Valley: 7.30pm. 25Angaston: 8.30am HC; Penrice: 10am; Springton: 9am KEVS Congregations Combine. Bethany-Tabor Parish: 24-Bethany/Tabor: 5.30pm & 7.30pm Combined at Faith. 25Bethany/Tabor: 9am HC Combined at Faith. Cambrai Parish: 24-Cambrai: 7.30pm R; Sedan: 8pm P; Stonefield: 6pm P. 25-Cambrai: 8.30am HC; Sedan: at Cambrai; Stonefield: 10.30am HC. Eudunda Parish: 24-Eudunda: 7.30pm Family Svc; Neales Flat: 6pm Family Service; Peep Hill: 7.30pm LR. 25-Eudunda: 9am HC; Peep Hill: 7.30am HC. Freeling Parish: 24-Freeling: 6pm at Freeling Institute; Rosedale: 7.30pm; 11pm Parish C/light Svc. 25-Freeling: 8am; Rosedale: 10am. Gawler: Zion, Pr Geoff Havelberg, Ph 8523 1929. 22B Cowan St, Gawler. Gawler Immanuel: Cnr Second & Seventh Sts, Gawler.Ph: 8522 6000.Sunday 8.45am, 10.45am. 1st Sunday of month 9.30am. Share-a-meal every 1st & 3rd Wed 11.45am. Greenock: 24-Greenock: 7pm LR; Gnadenfrei: 7.30pm LR; Nain: 7.30pm LR. 25-Greenock: 9am Pr; Gnadenfrei: 9am LR; Nain: 10.30am Pr. Kapunda Parish: 24-Bethel: 7pm R/Children’s Program; Kapunda: 7.30pm R/Children’s Program; Allen’s Ck: 7.30pm R/Lessons & Carols. 25-Kapunda: 10am Parish Service, R. Langmeil Parish:24-7.15pm at Tan Lutheran School. 25-8.45am Trad HC, 10.30am Cont HC. Light Pass Immanuel Parish: 24-Light Pass: 6.30pm; Stockwell: 8pm. 25-Light Pass: 9am LR; Stockwell: 9am P; Dutton: 10am P. Light Pass Strait Gate: 24-Light Pass: 7.30pm R; Gruenberg: 7.30pm; Truro: 7.30pm R. 25-9am Parish Service at Truro. Lyndoch Parish: 24-Lyndoch: 7pm Children’s Svc at Institute; Rowland Flat: 7pm Children’s Service. 25-Rowland Flat: 10.30am Parish
Christmas Liturgy HC. Nuriootpa: 24-St Petri: 7pm Family Carol Svc; Holy Trinity: 6.30pm Children’s Presentation; Ebenezer/Neukirch: 7.30pm Children’s Presentation. 25-St Petri: 8.30am HC, 10.30am HC; Holy Trinity: 8am HC; Ebenezer/Neukirch: 9.30am HC Combined at Ebenezer. Robertstown Parish: 24-Point Pass: 7.30pm Pr; Robertstown: 7.30pm LR. 25-Robertstown: 8.30am HC; Point Pass: 10am HC. St John’s Parish: 24-St J: 7pm Parish Children’s Service. 25-St J: 8.30am; Sch: 10am. St Paul’s Parish:24-St P: 6.30pm; Gdb: 8pm. 25St P: 8am T HC; Gdb: 10.30am T HC. Tanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am. Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church: 25-9am at Nuri Senior Citizens Centre. Pr M Rosenzweig. Ph: 8563 1310. ANGLICAN CHURCH Anglican Parish of Barossa: 24-Nuri: 7.30 HC SdK; Tanunda: 11.30 HC SdK; Lyndoch: 9.30 HC MM; Williamstown: 7.30 HC MM. 25-Angaston: 9.30 HC SdK at Uniting Church. Kapunda Anglican Parish: 24-Christ Church, Kapunda: 6pm Family Service, 11.30pm Midnight Mass ; St Matthew’s, Hamilton: 9pm HC. 25-St Mary’s, Point Pass: 9.30am Combined Service. Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all other Sundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Warden on 8568 2042. UNITING CHURCH Barossa Congregations: 24-Nuriootpa: 7.30pm Carol Service; Angaston: 7.30pm Carol Service. 25-Nuriootpa: 9am Plush; Tanunda: 9am Chapman; Angaston: 9.30am De Kleer; Truro: 9am Truro WC. Gawler Parish: 24-Gawler: 8pm Littleford; Sandy Creek: 10.30pm van Dyk; Williamstown: No Service. 25-Gawler: 9.30am Littleford; Sandy Creek: No Service; Williamstown: 9am Polkinghorne. Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. Light Parish: 24-Kapunda: 7.30pm J Mickan; Eudunda/Robertstown: Combined with Lutheran Churches. 25-Kapunda: 8.30am G Fahlbusch. BAPTIST CHURCH Barossa Community Church: 10am Barossa Junction Motel/Conference Centre, Barossa Valley Way, Tan, Pastor Richard Ansoul. Ph: 8563 2158. Lyndoch Baptist Church: Kauffman Ave, Lyndoch: 10am. All welcome. Enquiries to Pastor Tony Edwards on 8564 3001. CATHOLIC CHURCH PARISHES Northern Light Catholic Parish: Nuri: 1st & 3rd Sat 6.30pm, 2nd & 5th Sun 10.30am, 4th Sun 9am; Kapunda: 4th Sat 6.30pm, 1st & 3rd Sun 10.30am,
2nd & 5th Sun 9am; Freeling: 1st Sun 9am, 4th Sun 10.30am, 5th Sun 5pm; Tarlee: 3rd Sun 9am. Parish Office: Ph 8566 2064. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Barossa: 1 Old Kapunda Rd, Nuri; Sat 9.30am Family Bible Study, 11am Family Worship. ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Barossa New Life Centre: Sunday 10am at the roundabout, cnr Barossa Valley Way & Siegersdorf Road, Dorrien. 4pm at Mt Pleasant Anglican Church Hall, Melrose St. All welcome. Pastor Diane Pope, Pastor Trevor Auricht. Ph: 8562 3844. Kapunda: 10am Sunday, Light Community Church, Main St, Kapunda. Pastor Paul Smith. All welcome. Ph: 8566 2864. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Tanunda, McDonnell Street opp former Tanunda Primary School: Saturdays 2.30pm, Worship, Open Bible Study. CHRISTIAN FAMILY CENTRE Barossa: 10.30am Sundays. 16 Scholz Ave, Nuri. Pastor Alan Matson. Ph: 0404 846 274. Murray Flats: 5pm alternate Sundays. Pastor Alan Matson. Ph: 0404 846 274. Cambrai Uniting Church 5pm. SALT CHURCH 25 Northside Crt, Evanston Gdns: Sunday Service 10am & 5pm. Offices, b/shop open 9.30am-4pm. Ph: 8522 0000. THE CHRISTADELPHIANS Sunday school, Greenock Institute Hall, 9.30am. Memorial meetings 11am Sunday. Bible Studies 8pm Tuesday. All welcome. Phone 8524 4196. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Main North Rd, Evanston Park. Worship Service Sunday 10.30am. All welcome. Pastor Douglas Carolisen. Ph: 8523 1706. INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCH Birdwood United Church. 10am Pr Brian Teakle. Ph: 8568 5540. All welcome. HEWETT COMMUNITY CHURCH OF CHRIST Kingfisher Dr, Hewett. 10am, Sunday inspiring worship service. Young generation and creche avail.Youth, women and men’s programs. Ph: 8522 4938. GAWLER FULL GOSPEL OUTREACH MINISTRIES Family Worship Svc. 10am Sun, stone pavilion, Sport & Community Cent, Nixon Tce, Gaw. Pastor Shirley Coe. Ph: 0401 065 748. KAPUNDA EVANGELICAL CHURCH 25-9.30am, No Evening Service. LYNDOCH FULL GOSPEL FELLOWSHIP MINISTRY Lyndoch Institute each Sunday, 11.30am1.30pm Pastor Ken East ph: 8524 4787.
Holy Spirit by whose inspiration the Scriptures were compiled. During his short time on earth our Lord Jesus treated the destruction of the cities of Sodom, Gomorrah and nearby towns as factual, thereby upholding the truth that it was a singular example of God’s displeasure against gross sins. The inhabitants of the Cities of the Plain were not annihilated because their genes were wired incorrectly, but because it was a sin against God, since man was made in His image and they were effacing and debasing that sovereign image in a most despicable manner. Modern wizards will say that homosexual persons suffer something akin to sickness and are not to be held accountable for their deviances. But they are wrong. Their genes are wired the same as everyone’s; they simply give vent to their lusts and thus intensify their hatred of God’s wise laws. For this sin they will be held accountable. The Scriptures are true whether you prefer to believe them or not. Mere unbelief does not invalidate God’s eternal Word. The Lord Jesus said to the unbelieving Jews of His day that “the Scriptures cannot be broken” and He was referring to the Old Testament. He also warned people to “remember Lot’s wife” who died near the scene, thus treating her as a factual historical person. And He should know because our Lord Jesus is God, omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent. The bulk of modern preachers erase God’s holy attribute of wrath from the pulpit, and maximise His love, presenting Him as a lop-sided caricature. This is sacrilege because it subtracts from the Holy Spirit’s inspiration. But they would rather please men than the God they pretend to serve. They cry up love, goodwill and tolerance and deny God’s sovereign right to exercise his justice and wrath against evil-doers creatures He has created and cared for - and for this minimising they will suffer the maximum: “Whatsoever a man sows, that also shall he reap”. George Whitefield wrote: “As God can send a nation or people no greater blessing than to give them faithful, sincere and upright ministers, so the greatest curse that God can possibly send upon a people in this world is to give them over to blind, unregenerate, carnal, lukewarm and unskilled guides.” When God withdraws his faithful servants from duty that is a curse indeed. That homosexuality is a sin can be simply demonstrated by their hijacking of the beautiful English word gay to use as a euphemistic epithet to whitewash their vile practices and garnish their delusions, but God is not mocked nor are Bible Christians fooled. The ungodly might deceive themselves but not God. It is sin the same as murder is, not a social alternative. Paint over it as much as you will - it is repentance God seeks, not excuses. Never before has such a charming word been harnessed to 1776940
how I feel about them and the way they behave towards us the voters; the people who pay them. It seems politicians think they are a species apart from the rest of us and act accordingly, to their advantage.
such abhorrent service. If the Australian Government legalises homosexual marriages then it can only expect an upsurge in famines, floods, fires, pestilence, exotic diseases and other seemingly “natural” events that will white-ant its economy. God is sovereign of this blighted land along with the rest of the universe He created - He will rebuke this nation and the soil under our feet. As He warned through the prophet Isaiah, He will withdraw from evildoers and let them die in their sins with no possibility of salvation: “Let their collection of idols save them!” He said. B S (Joe) Wilkes Eudunda Christmas comment Each year I look for decorations for my inside Christmas tree and can find baubles and ‘Ho Ho Ho’ stuff. I also look for outside lighting and guess what, all ‘Ho Ho Ho’, Father Christmases and snowmen and reindeer. Tell me, are we celebrating jolly things or are we celebrating Christ’s birth? I am a Christian and find that I cannot express my Christianity with all this false advertising. What is Christmas? It is the celebration of the birth of Christ. Are people afraid of ridicule for stating the real fact? Please, please, if you are not a Christian, what are you celebrating? You Christians out there, let’s get real and tell and show the facts. Edna Klau Kapunda TV drivel For the first time in about 20 years I watched a program on commercial TV. The program was a “crime thriller”, it started 12 minutes late, and ran for 126 minutes. It runs for less than 60 on the ABC. As is expected with this type of thriller, one attempts to pick the villain. At first I thought the man from Bunnings was the murderer, because he was the last to see the victim alive and always carried a “blunt instrument”. My next guess was the AAMI salesman - he seemed too anxious to leave the scene and caused a big accident in so doing. My final guess was Tony Abbott. He always seemed to be close by and often disguised as a tradesman of some sort. He appeared as - butcher, fishmonger, carpenter bricklayer and even arrived driving a truck. It turned out he was an undercover chief inspector and instructed his men to bring Julia Gillard in for questioning. How viewers can put up with constant interruptions to a movie is totally beyond me. Tony Lyons Gawler East
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Politicians’ pay REGARDING the pay rise for politicians, news of increases in salary for the PM and federal politicians. According to newspapers, the PM is earning more than the US President. How do you make that out? And don’t tell me that the Remuneration Tribunal is independent. How is it that this can take place when the country seems to be in financial difficulty as is most of the world? When the federal government is slashing spending, increases taxes, cut back on services and jobs and on whatever they can think of. Politicians of all sides will agree with the new increases, as it is the only thing they will agree on when it comes to that, no problem at all. Maybe some perks will be reduced and not before time. There is arrogance in all sides of politics. How can you vote for politicians who rort the system at every opportunity? Plus those allegedly guilty of not filling their tax returns for several years, not respecting road rules and failing to pay fines, overspending on perks, assault etc, claiming anxiety, depression, traumatic experiences etc, you name it. If someone finds my remarks too harsh, I am sorry, but that is
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oday’s edition of the Herald is the last for 2011 and we all look forward to celebrating Christmas and the New Year break. But just as much, the team at the Herald is looking forward to 2012. We are excited about the future media is taking with the working together of the hard copy of our paper and the development of the online component.
The Herald, South Australia’s largest circulating country newspaper, will continue to be available each Wednesday, home delivered and free. It is important to us, that we continue to service our readership with the latest in news and sport to which they have become accustomed for more than a century. We know our paper is appreciated - try and find a copy at your closest outlet by the Saturday after publication. More than 21,000 copies in the hands of the general public.
But just as exciting is the development of our website at www.barossaherald.com.au which contains the latest in news and sport, and links us to the world. So if you can’t get a copy of the Herald, read it on the internet. In 2012, look for regular story updates and breaking news - the world wide web means the Herald is not restricted to just informing readers once a week. So enjoy the Christmas and New Year’s festivities and the Herald in updated news and sport in an exciting 2012.
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GAWLER Arrests • A 22-year-old Gawler West woman was arrested on December 12 for a warrant. • An 18-year-old Evanston Park man was arrested for aggravated serious criminal trespass and theft on December 12. • A 35-year-old Gawler South woman was arrested for a warrant on December 13. • A 57-year-old Hewett man was arrested for aggravated assault on December 15. Reports • The Barossa Highway Patrols reported four persons on December 12 for severe risk breach dimensions and load restraint, two counts of severe risk operator of heavy vehicle, severe risk, dimensions and severe risk branch, operator heavy vehicle. • A 56-year-old Evanston Park man was reported on December 15 for manner dangerous and due care. • A 39-year-old Gawler East man was reported on December 14 for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.131 and for failing to keep left on December 14. Property Damage • A letterbox was pulled up and used to smash four windows to a house on Elaine Street, Evanston, between December 16 and 17. Another house on the same road had two glass sliding doors smashed at about the same time. Serious Criminal Trespass • Thieves entered a house at Lawrence Avenue, Gawler South, and stole car keys and a vehicle on December 17. The vehicle was involved in a collision at Evanston. Safety reminder • On Sunday evening an incident occurred in Murray Street Gawler, near Pioneer Park, involving a vehicle and a child. The child was treated for injuries at the Lyell McEwin Hospital. Police remind motorists and parents to take particular care during the festive season, in particular at community events.
BAROSSA Arrests • A 36-year-old Nuriootpa man was arrested on December 15 for theft and two counts of deception. • A 34-year-old Tailem Bend man was arrested on December 18 in Tanunda for driving under the influence. Reports • A 28-year-old Mt Pleasant man was reported on December 15 for driving without due care and for prescribed concentration of alcohol with a reading of 0.074. This report was made after following a vehicle accident on November 25. • A 54-year-old Kapunda man was reported on December 16 for failing to stop at the scene of an accident and driving without due care relating to an incident in Adelaide. • A 27-year-old Angaston man was reported on December 18 for using a carrier service to harass following a number of offensive calls to a business in Nuriootpa. Serious Criminal Trespass • Three saddles and riding gear valued at over $12,000 were stolen from a shed at a residence on Schrapels Road, Mt Pleasant on December 17. Property Damage • A vehicle parked at a licensed premise on Murray Street, Tanunda sustained damage on December 11. • A vehicle parked near parklands on Muecke Court, Tanunda, sustained extensive damage after several persons jumped on the bonnet and roof. A window was also smashed. Four persons were seen running from the vehicle. The incident occurred on December 18. Dangerous Driving • Following complaints from Greenock and Rowland Flat residents, a 21-year-old Kapunda man had his vehicle seized and lost his licence instantly for misuse of a motor vehicle on December 12.
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Join the swim squad BAROSSA’S young swimmers are being encouraged by triple Olympic Gold Medallist Stephanie Rice to join her swim squad. The online squad is aimed at sharing her secrets of success among young aspiring swimmers and inspire the next generation of elite swimmers. Stephanie’s swimming training videos, nutritional information and squad updates will be released monthly for both parents and children to access throughout next year. Barossa swimmers under the age of 18, wanting to learn from the three-time Olympic Gold
Medallist, are also encouraged to apply at the specially designed Steph’s Swim Squad application on the SunRiceFoods Facebook page. In addition, she will select 10 young swimmers from those who enter who she will also mentor over six months. Those children under the age of 13 wanting to win the opportunity to be a part of Stephanie’s Swim Squad can also do so via their parent’s Facebook page. Applications for the swim squad are currently open and close Friday, January 20. For more details visit the SunRiceFoods Facebook page.
Lily Murray, of Tanunda, was four on December 19.
Abby Ellis, of Angaston, will be one on January 4.
Caleb Golder, of Nuriootpa, will be five on December 28.
Chelsea Short-I’Anson, of Stockwell, will be nine on December 23.
Cooper Hill, of Truro, will be two on December 22.
Harry Jaensch, of Nuriootpa, was two on December 5.
Hollie Jaensch, of Nuriootpa, will be nine on December 22.
Matilda Feaviour, of Tanunda, was two on December 14.
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WHO’S NEW? Flynn Ennis, son of Rod and Rose, of Angaston, was born on November 3 at Tanunda Hospital, weighing 8lb 3oz (3720g). A grandson for Elaine Holden of Kapunda and the late Keith Holden, Wayne and Jeanette Ennis of Melbourne, and a great grandson for Val Ennis of Castlemaine, Victoria.
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Best lights are in Nuriootpa
WINNERS: The Mills’ family home at 26 Explorer Parade, Hewett, is a favourite with children, and below, Leanne and Vince welcoming visitors to their display. THE Barossa and surrounding areas Herald’s Christmas Lights Competition winners are Lorrel and Mossie Boehm. Their home at 23 Hatch Street, Nuriootpa (pictured above), was declared the winner by the judges. They will receive $250 thanks to Perry Trade Services. The winners have also been drawn in the Christmas Lights voting competition.
J Fielding from Virginia has won $100 towards a meal at The Clubhouse at Tanunda. Emma Oates from Willaston has won $100 towards a meal at the Prince Albert Hotel. Almost 100 entries were received for the competition. For photos of Christmas lights from around the Gawler and Barossa Valley areas, visit barossaherald.com.au.
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Mills light up as winners THE judges have driven around Gawler and the surrounding areas over the past two weeks and have finally come to a decision for the Herald’s Christmas Lights Competition winners. Vince and Leanne Mills’ display at their Hewett home has been judged as the best entry from the Gawler area. The couple lives at 26 Explorer Parade, Hewett, with their 12-month-old daughter Zoe and their display features a beautiful array of Santa’s, reindeer, stars, trees and even a train. Vince said there was ‘a few dollars’ worth of lights in their front yard, but it was all worth it to hear the children’s enjoyment. “The first night this guy pulled up in an old HK Monaro and I wondered what he was doing, the next minute there were these two little hands on the car window and this little head popped up to see the lights,” Vince laughed. “I spent seven hours on the roof putting the wires out, but then you hear the kids pull up (and it is all worth it).
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“I’d really like to thank Perry Trade Services for sponsoring the competition and the pubs, The Prince Albert and The Clubhouse, for putting up the prizes for voting.” Leanne said while they skipped last year when Zoe was born, this year they can sit in the house with the curtains and door open so they can see and hear the people come to admire the display. The couple is so committed to their display, they trawl the internet to find good lights to buy, have upgraded most of their displays to LEDs and they have even had to have extra power points put into the garage to power all the lights.
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Can I eat carbs at night? Fitness THE old saying goes, "Breakfast for a king, lunch for a prince, dinner for a pauper." But do you need to eat less, particularly carbohydrates at night? Nutritionist Matt O’Neill offers some practical advice. Can I still eat carbohydrates after 6pm? The simple answer is, "Yes you can - just make sure you don't overeat." It's over consumption of food late in the day, or "back-
loading" calories as Ellen Coleman, leading dietitian calls it, which is the likely cause of weight gain related to night-time eating. It's hard to find any conclusive metabolic evidence that carbohydrates or any food eaten at night is more likely to be stored as body fat. Metabolism drops when you are sleeping, but that simply lowers your daily energy expenditure and its 24-hour energy balance
(energy in versus energy out) that really matters for weight gain or loss. For fat loss there appears to be no difference in success between eating three square meals or eating more often as long as total energy intake remains the same. The January 2005 editorial in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN) states, “Simply put, the question of whether there is a health benefit from the consumption of small meals will ultimately depend on how much energy is consumed, as opposed to how often or how regularly one eats.”
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Are you are investing in your health right now? Ageing well is about your emotional and physical ability to live a longer and healthier life. Chronic health conditions, common in later life, can be related to lifestyle factors, such as a lack of physical activity and poor nutrition. For most of us in our 50s and beyond, weight begins to creep up. Women after menopause, for example, tend to accumulate excess weight around their waist. Over 50s most likely experience joint pain, which may affect their choice of physical
activity. Unfortunately, some may just find this all too difficult and become inactive. COTA, Council on the Ageing, (the peak organisation for older South Australians) offers support to people over 50 and encourages positive ageing through regular attendance in gentle fitness programs, such as Strength for Life at registered venues. Meeting Strength for Life members at STARplex has made me acutely aware of the benefits of positive ageing. To ensure your long term health risks are minimal, remember the basics - varied diet and regular exercise.
Aim to include at least 30 minutes of physical activity on at least five days-per-week otherwise you will need to reduce your energy intake, calories from food. To increase your fitness and wellbeing, be as active as you can throughout the day. If your weight has increased over the years, a loss of as little as 2-3kg can improve your blood pressure, blood glucose levels and cholesterol. Lifestyle risk factors can be reduced, even with the older population. All it takes is commitment and learning new strategies to replace old ones.
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ACTIVE: Joan Watts, a Strength For Life member at STARplex.
WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS and would like to remind you that Children/ Pensioners and Health Care Card Holders are bulk billed Monday to Friday following initial consultation. Allcare also offers onsite allied services Podiatrist: Mr Daniel Claassen consults alternate Fridays Social Worker: Mr Peter Dowling consults every Tuesday General Surgeon: Mr Rimino Guerriero consults alternate Thursday afternoons. Abbotts Pathology have an onsite collection centre which is open 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday and 8.30am to 11.30am Saturday.
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Catch up on your nutrition: The evening meal is an opportunity to achieve a balanced diet for that day. For example, if you've gone short on three serves of fruit during the day, aim to have some fruit salad for dessert. Eat a little less of your main dish if needed. If you've missed out on vegetables during the day, make your evening meal vegiebased; a stir fry, vegetable lasagne or a salad. Eat enough to get to bed: Unless you are an athlete or exercising strenuously in bed, you won't need to carbo-load at night. Serve a smaller portion, take the edge off hunger and then get an early night. If you are asleep, you won't feel hungry until morning. Then you can start another day of nutritious eating with a healthy breakfast fit for a king. The old saying still works, but for practical reasons.
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Wednesday, December 21, 2011 - Domain Page 1 - The Herald, Barossa Valley
Something for all the family
Dianne Fraser 0421 759 300
QUALITY COUNTRY HOME, MILLICENT
IDEAL FAMILY HOME ONLY SHORT WALK TO MILLICENT NORTH PRIMARY SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN SPORTING GROUNDS AND LARGE MODERN CIVIC PLAYGROUND AND SKATE PARK 3 BEDROOMS (ALL BIR), LARGE DINE KITCHEN, LOUNGE, OFFICE LAUNDRY, REAR SUNROOM, BATHROOM, LARGE CUL DE SAC ALLOT. AS NEW DUCTED RC AIRCOND. MAINS PRESSURE RAIN WATER LGE D/SF GALV GARAGE PLUS 2 CAR CARPORT. DECEASED ESTATE SALE ENQUIRIES & INSPECTION ARRANGEMENTS
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INDIVIDUAL: The beautifully-presented four-bedroom house in Altona set on almost two acres. SITUATED on the outskirts of Lyndoch in the area known as Altona this individuallydesigned home offers a semirural bush setting of almost two acres.
dinner drinks or to curl up with a good book and a glass of wine on a wintry night. After those drinks, step up into the dining room for dinner with friends or a simple family meal, it’s ideal for either. The timber kitchen has a pantry and dish drawer dishwasher as well as good storage and bench space and great views of the patio and rear garden. The adjoining family room is another welcoming spot with a cosy slow-combustion heater and split-system air-
This beautifully-presented home at 19 Wilhelm Street has ample room for a family, offering four bedrooms plus a study and two living areas. The formal sunken lounge has a built-in bar, gas heating, builtin shelving and a large picture window affording views of the leafy front garden.
It’s a lovely room for pre-
9 Charles Fry Court CATHEDRAL CEILINGS Located in a quiet court and set on 682m2 allotment this home is sure to impress. With 3 Bedrooms, Ensuite, Built in robes, Polished floor,Three way bathroom, Kitchen & Electric appliances, lots of cupboard space, Split system Air conditioning, Open plan lounge, fam & Dining, Carport, Double Garage & double attached Carport.The list goes on.
Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408
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7 Robert Ross Drive LIGHT UP YOUR HOME WITH FREE ENERGY 42 Solar Panels, ensuite & wir, Large separate lounge, Flat screen TV & Entertainment, Large kitchen, Spacious open plan family & meals, Ducted R/C A/C, Extra large double garage umr, Rear veranda, Established gardens & fruit trees, Rain water tank, Set in a great location on a 772m2 block. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408
LYNDOCH - $315,000-$330,000
Viewing of this property, priced at $530,000, is highly recommended. Contact Peter Fairweather from Barossa Real Estate on 0415 625 420 to arrange a viewing. RLA1997.
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WILLIAMSTOWN - $350,000-$385,000
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12 Rounsevell Road GORGEOUS OUTLOOK!
Large 4brm family home with formal lounge, separate dining room, timber kitchen. Ducted cooling, gas wood heating + split system a/c. Half-court tennis court on approx. 7890m2 allotment. Extensive shedding and landscaped gardens. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420
4 brm brick veneer home set on a large 5150m2 (approx) block. Separate lounge room, kitchen/ family/ meals area, bedrooms 1, 2, and 3 all with BIR, three way bathroom, slate flooring, outdoor entertaining area, 3 garden sheds and ample r/w. Elle Moreton 0488 996 566
BLANCHETOWN - $220,000
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High raked ceilings, slate flooring, feature brickwork and joinery all add to the natural appeal and individual character of the home.
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LYNDOCH - $399,000-$420,000
A well-designed layout allows adult privacy with the study, master suite including walk-in robe and renovated ensuite, and formal living areas at one end of the house. At the other end are the three remaining bedrooms, all with built-in robes, the family bathroom and laundry.
Outside offers more to delight with established gardens under dripper system and a half court tennis court for family fun. Last, but by no means least, is the fantastic shedding which will delight the male family members and provide both storage space and a great workshop area.
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Lot 991 Rogasch Rd Lot 992 Rogash Rd Lyndoch Lot 1 86 Gilbert St Lot 2 86 Gilbert St Lot 1 Margaret St Lot 2 Margaret St Lot 3 Margaret St
11 Rushall Road PRICE REDUCTION - SET TO SELL Set perched up on a (approx) 1005m2 block this 3 brm 2 bathroom home gives you plenty of room to move, and the inside of the home is nothing less. 2 separate living areas both of good size. Good family kitchen with plenty of cupboard space, gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher. Outside is a gabled patio perfect for entertaining friends. Evaporative cooling, gas heating a double garage under the main roof and plenty of room for a caravan or boat.. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420
131 Page Lane ENJOY THIS SUMMER River front double story shack is ready for new owners to love it and enjoy it as much as the current owners have in the past. Open plan kitch/fam/dine, separate lounge, updated bathroom, two bedrooms, balcony and split system a/c. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420
Greenock 2 James Smith Court
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Nuriootpa 32 Third Street
“The best people in local real estate” Consultant Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420
Consultant Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408
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Property Manager Anne Johansson 8563 3511
Wednesday, December 21, 2011 - Domain Page 2 - The Herald, Barossa Valley
104 Murray St, Tanunda www.barossarealestate.com.au RLA 1997
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Julie Toth and staff wish all our valued clients
SENSATIONAL: Above and right, views at Piers Hill, Pewsey Vale.
A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS
Stunning and unique
At a glance... Where: Lot 2 Brownes Road, Pewsey Vale. Price: On application. View: Call agent to view. Agent: Homburg. RLA:219152. Contact: David Braunack on 0418 841 349.
Through rustic iron gates and garden arbours, numerous walks radiate out from the homestead, slate paths meander through the myriad of garden rooms that take in the changing hues of all four seasons, magical multi-level pockets with retaining walls, climbing roses, camellias, rhododendrons, jasmine, lilac, hydrangeas, wisteria, ornamental Japanese cherries and wildflower scents that include native honeysuckle and jasmine in this very seasonal garden that never ceases to surprise. A tall tree woodland stands to the garden’s edge and a little bridge crosses over the natural watercourse that feeds into the property’s lake. Enjoy watching ducks and the occasional pelican visit, canoe and fish for rainbow trout in the dawn. Deer, kangaroos and echidnas are regular visitors to this native wonderland that attracts butterflies and abundant birdlife. Birdbaths are dotted throughout the rambling cottage garden, and come late afternoon, quietly sit and watch the blue wrens, honey eaters, robin red breasts, kookaburras and brightly coloured parrots, the property’s constant guests, come down to drink in the cool evening air, an unforgettable experience. The property features a freestanding two room ‘cottage’ or artist’s studio, cellar, two fabulous sheds with storage rooms, multiple roller door accesses with height to suit machinery and caravan storage plus third toilet. ‘Piers Hill’ is an idyllic hidden land, secluded from the outside world, yet within easy commuting reach of Adelaide and nearby Barossa towns, a sanctuary, a resort, a rural retreat and a kingdom of nature that will provide you and your family with the best that this world can offer.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
ANGASTON 21 Jubilee Avenue
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VERY AFFORDABLE PROSPECT! 3 brm duplex/sem-detached solid double brick home, c/port with elec r/door, sheds 20x30 and 20x20. Lots of features. Rain water plumbed to the house.
ANGASTON 36 Penrice Road
TWO LARGE BLOCKS Two titles, lovely upgraded 4 brm, 2 living areas stone home on 1 title 1012m2 & established garden on the other title 1150m2. Keep it as a whole or sell one off.
OPEN Sunday 15th Jan, 12.30-1.15pm 73 Greenock Road
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WOULD-BE RENOVATORS - LOOK AT THIS! Great starter, double brick home, 2 brms plus sunroom, lounge & family living. Needs TLC or live in while you build your dream home. Split level residential block of 805m2
NEW HOME MODERN LIFESTYLE Completely finished inside 3 brm with carpets, master with wir and ensuite, brm 2 & 3 with bi-robes, open plan kitchen/dine/living area with timber floor. Great investment.
STOCKWELL $280,000 Property EUDUNDA 15 Duckpond Road
W.I.W.O. Freehold Business with Residence For Sale or Lease General Store, Takeaway & Postal Agency - 2 brms, sunroom or 3rd brm, sleepout, commercial & residential kitchen, lounge, s/rm, study, 40x30 approx shed & more. Lots of potential - 3 businesses in one!
Lot 102 Belvidere Road
Stock & imp. 16 Railway Parade
BEAUTIFULLY RESORTED 1910 VILLA.12 ft ceilings, picture rails in every room. 3-4 bedrooms, 2 living areas, country kitchen, new bathroom with spa, front & rear access for boat & caravan. 1000m2 allot.
Site 58 Tanunda Tourist Park CHEAP COMFORTABLE LIVING Large on site caravan & solid annexe, bedroom, neat kitchen, lounge, shower cubicle, r/c air cond, front & rear deck, g/shed. Access to pool, bbq, etc.
5/1 College Street EVERY MANS DREAM 25 Acre flat land, 3 brm brick home, 50x50 shed, 30x20 shed plus horse stable, 100,000 rain water tank and more. Master brm with ensuite & wir. Heating and cooling.
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WELL PRESENTED 2 BEDROOM UNIT Large kitchen with pantry, dining area, comfy lounge with bay window, plenty of built-in robes, single garage, elec. r/door, paved courtyard.
8562 4650 0418 853 134
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HIGH in the Barossa Ranges adjoining the Heysen Trail, ‘Piers Hill’ is an earthly paradise of 53.94 hectares. A harmony of hills and valleys with a remarkable bluestone homestead positioned to take in extraordinary views across the property’s own lake, stunning garden and tall gum surrounds. A property offering a cool climate and higher rainfall with ten paddocks, renovated pastures, quality stock fencing, three dams, abundant rainwater and extensive shedding in this sacred stunning refuge. Nearly 600m above sea level, this sublimely picturesque property savours views that stretch to distant Mount Lofty, St Vincent’s Gulf and beyond, with its native gullies of ancient gums, black boys and moss rocks, the terrain is undulating to hilly. Currently running Angus Cattle and equipped with as new cattle yards, the property has mostly hotwired well maintained stock fencing. Constructed of local bluestone and very much a part of the rural landscape, the outstanding Ushaped homestead is a timeless design created around a central sundrenched courtyard and uniting the polished natural elements of timber, stone, slate and glass. With dramatic raked ceilings, western red cedar windows, french doors and huge airy rooms, every aspect of the home looks onto glorious pockets of surrounding layered gardens. Comprising of four generously proportioned bedrooms, two bathrooms, three living rooms, immense modern eat-in country kitchen and plentiful storage throughout, the layout is hugely adaptable for family life, multigenerational living, entertaining and beyond. Lifestyle spills out to the endless verandah, brick paved and draped in glory vines to further filter light in the high summer and frame the open air courtyard space with its breathtaking views across the lake, its gum studded banks and unfolding diverse garden. Adjoining the courtyard, a wall of glass off the casual living room opens the home up to a superbly elevated and decked lakeside stage with gabled pergola.
and we wish everyone a safe and prosperous 2012!
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For sale or lease
INSECURE in your job? Like to be independent and be your own boss? Well this may well be it. If you’re looking for that lifestyle change this could be the opportunity for you. In a friendly country community, Stockwell is located about 6km from Nuriootpa or Angaston in the Barossa Valley. Here is a freehold home and business for sale or lease (pictured above), walk in, walk out. This original historical property was built with solid stone in 1858 and for the past 150 years it has been trading on and off as the local store. The front of the building comprises the general store and post office with original timber floor, counters, shelving, fridges, reverse-cycle split system air conditioning and equipment, large store room and commercial kitchen plus a huge dry cellar. This general store trades seven daysper-week and is easily run by one person. The postal agency with its additional income trades five days-per-week. There is great growth potential for extra additional income for the owner/operator. Next to the general store is another large shop area with frontage to the main street that can be used for a small supermarket, clothing store, cafe eat-in or take away or lease
KAPUNDA 12 Quintrell Street
out, all of which could provide a very good income for the owner/operator. The town of Stockwell has the potential for further residential development. The comfortable two-bedroom home, situated in the back of the store, includes a large kitchen and formal lounge room. Outdoors there is a fully-lined single room for a teen retreat or guestroom, large underground rainwater tank, Colorbond rear fence with double gates to access the backyard through the rear lane. The roof and front verandah are both near new. Top location for a lifestyle change and to acquire a piece of history, only five minutes drive to Nuriootpa or Angaston.
At a glance... Where: 15 Duckpond Road, Stockwell. Price: $280,000 plus $70,000 stock and equipment. Open: By Appointment. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA198199. Contact: Julie Toth on 8562 4650 (office) or 0418 853 134 (mobile).
TOP: The immaculate two-bedroom unit in Williamstown. CENTRE: The well-established gardens at the rear of the property. ABOVE: The lounge area of the unit is light-filled.
GAWLER EAST - 60 Calton Road
ENJOY A LIFESTYLE ENVIED BY MANY!
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GAWLER BELT - Lot 14 Krause Drive
GAWLER SOUTH - 5 Fourteenth Street
ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT! Restored Circa 1870’s Colonial Cottage View by appointment
Williamstown - 7 Charles Fry Court
• 3 brms, master with BIRs, ceiling fan, bay window • Lnge w. polished floor, fireplace w. combustion heater, ceiling rose & ornate cornice • Dining room w. open fireplace & feature beams • New solid blackwood timber kitchen with Essa stone benchtops, dwshr & quality s/steel apps • Lge family/meals area has r/c wall unit, timber french doors and ceiling fan • Expansive 11.5m x 5m paved, peaked, pgla area with bonus 6 person hydro spa • 6m x 6m shed w. concrete flr & pwr connected Contact Brendan 0416 054 731 ID: DHZG54
KAPUNDA 5 Hogan Street
WILLASTON 11/25 Holmes Street
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MASSIVE $20,000 PRICE REDUCTION!!!
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What a great price! Set in quiet cul-de-sac this neat & tidy home would suit a variety of buyers - incl 1st home owners, investors, retirees & families. On a low maint approx 703sqm allot the property feats: • • • • • •
3 brms, master with ensuite and walk in robe Lge L-shaped lounge & dining with down lights Timber kitch with pantry overlooks tiled dining Ducted evaporative cooling & two gas heaters Big paved peaked undercover entertaining area Large garden shed with concrete floor
Contact Brendan 0416 054 731
$225,000 View by appointment
WILLIAMSTOWN 2/20A Coleman Close
$219,000 View by appointment
Only Approximately 18 Months Old
2 or 3 Bedroom Unit
Immaculate Home Unit in Small Neat Group
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• 2 bedrooms, master with direct access to bathroom • Spacious lounge room, kitchen overlooking meals area • Heating and cooling • Carport under main roof with roller door • Paved 7m x 3m timbered pgla area, 3.5m x 3m gdn shed • Neat well established gardens front & rear
3 bedrooms, master with ensuite and walk in robe Bedrooms two and three both with built in robes Fml lnge, o/plan kitch/meals/family area w. down lights Kitchen w. dishwasher, WIP & feature built in wine rack Garage with auto roller door, paved gabled U/C ent area, shed plus side access
Contact Brendan 0416 054 731
Master bedroom with built in robe Huge third bedroom or possible rumpus room Spacious lounge leads into dining area Reverse cycle heating and cooling wall unit U/C paved patio area, gdn shed, neat well established gdns
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Are you transferring to the Kapunda region? Wanting to purchase a lifestyle home within easy access to all facilities? Look no further! Located in a quiet cul-de-sac on a roomy 1150 sqm block. A high quality home featuring: • 4 spacious bedrooms, plus study • Master suite with vaulted ceiling, his & hers WIR’S & huge ensuite • Brms 2, 3 and 4 all have built in robes & ceiling fans • Fml lnge room has vaulted ceiling and feature pillars • O/p tiled kitch/meals/family area has vaulted ceiling • Kitch has island bar, WIP, dwshr, new oven & r-hood • Lge rumpus room has tiled floor & feature windows • Ducted cooling, comb heat & 2 x S/S R/C wall units • 2 fabulous entertaining areas, one elevated & both undercover overlooking the sparkling salt chlorinated solar heated in ground swimming pool • Approx 20 x 30 shed has st access, conc floor & pwr • Great parking with triple automatic roller doors into gge Contact Brendan 0416 054 731 ID: D5XG54
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• Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite with spa & separate toilet • Bedrooms 2 & 3 both with built in robes. Bedroom 4 or study. • Spacious formal lounge room and dining • Tiled open plan kitchen and family/meals area with feature Atrium • Big rumpus room with arched French doors Contact Brendan 0416 054 731 ID: DFV654
Contact Brendan 0416 054 731 ID: DKV654
COUNTRY LIVING IN STYLE!
LARGE HOME ON NEARLY 5 ACRES!
• Wow! Approx 264 sqm Rendition home on big 1174 sqm block • 4 brms, master with bay window, wir & ensuite with spa • Lge fml lnge. Huge o/plan kitch/meals/family • Approx 160 sqm u/c ent area, 13m x 2.5m lap pool w.side pool (total cap. 70,000 lts) • Walk to everything - Main Street, Schools, Bus stops, Reserves
FOR those looking for something on the smaller side, definitely worth a look is this unit in Williamstown. Situated at 2/20A on Coleman Close is this immaculate home unit in a neat small group. Priced at $219,000, the unit has two bedrooms, the master with direct access to bathroom. Relax in the spacious lounge room. The kitchen overlooks the meals area. Indoor temperature control is taken care of with heating and cooling appliances. There is a carport under the main roof with a roller door. Outside is a paved 7m x 3m timbered pergola area and a 3.5m x 3m garden shed. Neat describes the well-established gardens at the front and rear. For more information or to arrange a viewing contact Brendan Howard from LJ Hooker on 0416 054 731. RLA1679.
Contact Brendan 0416 054 731
Wednesday, December 21, 2011 - Domain Page 4- The Herald, Barossa Valley
Real Estate Liftout
Little Bethany farmhouse
VINEYARD: Create your own special wine on the Bethany property. WITHIN walking distance of Tanunda’s heart and on Bethany’s western edge is this quaint solidbrick residence. Set on almost three-quarters of an acre, it will allow you to live the semiself-sufficient existence you’ve yearned for with its small established orchard, pocket of old vineyard, array of shedding and abundant rainwater storage. A property where you’ll relish the peace and quiet immersed in picturesque surroundings. A good, honest and original example of the retro era, constructed of double-brick and with high ceilings and polished floorboards throughout, the floor-plan of this home provides two generous bedrooms, a separate lounge, large kitchen with original ‘Simpson’ enamelled wood-fired oven, sunroom, family bathroom and laundry with walk through store-room. Through a feature servery window, the sunroom is linked to the kitchen making it an ideal space for everyday dining and the morning cuppa, here glass slides to connect life with the unfolding outdoor space, the orchard, shedding and vineyard beyond. A little sheltered back porch provides the perfect nook to sit quietly and survey the rural scene.
Stepping through the landscape to the rear, you’ll discover a bay leaf and olive tree, almond, walnut, locut, various varieties of orange and apple, mandarin, peach, nectarine, plum, pear and grapefruit. To the right boundary, a series of small garden storage sheds are situated and to the left are two larger sheds, one of these being insulated and ideal for those wishing to dabble in a little winemaking at home. The small Traminer vineyard stands to the rear of this gently sloping block and tall gums frame the boundary from the neighbour’s side. With three rainwater tanks, one for garden use and the others plumbed to the home, there is ample to keep you almost free of mains water use most years. Beneath the tank stand there’s a handy step-down semi-underground cellar and at the end of the long driveway adjacent, the car shelter is situated. Here’s a farmlet to call your own, where you can enjoy your weekends pottering among nature and add your own stamp to the sweet little home, so close to everything yet in your own private haven. Contact David Braunack on 0418 841 349 for further information on this lifestyle offering.
LOUNGE: Relax in the lounge room of the Bethany home which features polished floorboards.
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B/V home built 1991 on approx 820m2 corner allot, 3 good sized bedrooms, master with bi robe, spacious sitting room with split system air with tiled floor, family room/dine, bathroom with sep shower, bath, sep w.c. estab gardens.
KAPUNDA Lot 2 Blackwell Street $49,950 CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP!
119 Old Adelaide Rd
KAPUNDA 15 Rowett Street $184,950 REDUCED
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Yes, the asking price is correct! This regular shaped vacant serviced residential building allot of approx 410m2 could be the budget priced allot you’ve been searching for. Situated 500m from Kapunda’s CBD, mains water & CWMS connected, fencing to rear and side boundaries.
5 Jordan Street “Live Large”
Stone cottage with modern extension on approx 559m2, 3 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge with combustion heating, bathroom with separate shower, bath, separate w.c. carport & shed, great views, presently tenanted @$185.00 pw
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It’s very rare these days to come across a large centrally located residential building allotment ! Just over 1500sqm with water and effluent connected, definitely room here to do your own thing. Situated at the end of a quiet culde-sac on the high side of the well serviced Kapunda township. For more details phone Steve 0417 811 348.
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A unique sandstone/bluestone family sized home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 x living areas, fantastic cellar/man cave, kitchen, updated wet areas, garage/workshop umr, re-newed wiring and plumbing, wide shady verandahs, over 2000 sqm of established grounds on two titles with shedding and plenty of rainwater storage. Town Centre zoning allows for certain types of business use`s (subject to consents). Steve 0417 811 348
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KAPUNDA 14 Bagot Street $279,000 NEG
Ideal first Home or DownsizeCompact home, 2 bedrooms with bi’s, 3rd br/craftroom with sep access, new paint and carpets t/out, Feltus kitchen, r/c air cond, close to reserve and walking distance to all facilities
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15 Robe Street
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Wednesday, December 21, 2011 - Domain Page 5 - The Herald, Barossa Valley
Steve 0417 811 348 RLA 163708
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Lot 2 Brownes Road "Piers Hill"
High in the Barossa Ranges adjoining the Heysen Trail, ´Piers Hill´ is an earthly paradise a harmony of hills & valleys, with a remarkable bluestone homestead positioned to take in extraordinary views across the property´s own lake, stunning garden & tall gum surrounds. A property offering a cool climate & higher rainfall with 10 paddocks, renovated pastures, cattle yards, quality stock fencing, 3 dams, abundant rainwater & extensive shedding in this stunning refuge. Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRER463 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
8 Acacia Street
$320,000 - $340,000 4 Lots on Samuel Road
$195,000 - $475,000
Space for family, kids, extra vehicles on almost 1/2 an acre Complete & well presented property offering everything a young family needs, beautifully maintained home with 2 living zones, ´eco´ heating/cooling, fernery framed u/c entertaining & huge securely fenced yard for kids & pets. Separate yard & double garage provide access for extra vehicles on 1845sqm close to Tanunda´s heart.
• 4 vacant industrial land allotments from 2,500m² to 8,207m² approx • Positioned on BW Truck route close to Sturt Highway giving easy access to Northern Expressway, Port Adelaide, Adelaide & Interstate destinations • All services available. • Shed packages an option
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE487 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRECS486 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
$275,000 34 Branson Road
Price on Application 1 Bethany Road
´Piers Hill´- Stunning & Unique 53.94Ha
$349,000 - $369,000 25 Atze Parade
$315,000 - $325,000 26 Staehr Street
$395,000 - $430,000
Courtyard Cottage on Acacia Behind a quaint picket fence & bull nosed front verandah, this appealing modern cottage with open living is the ideal home for those seeking a low maintenance lifestyle, situated on 423sqm with a fully paved rear yard, carport & colourbond garage, this property will see you with more time for relaxing, entertaining & enjoying an alfresco lifestyle.
Modern Home with Rural Outlook Sit. on edge town, w/- views across undulating farmland, mod 4 b’room home has loads of appeal for a variety of buyers. Beautifully presented w/- both formal & casual living, open plan kit. meals & family area, o/looks covered o/door ent. area & est rear yard. Main b’room w/- ens & wir, dble c/port, lge garden shed, room for van/trailer/boat + more. A must to inspect.
A Brand New Classic Clean contemporary lines, high ceilings, timeless tones & layout to suit today´s life style. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, separate lounge & open plan tiled casual living with well equipped kitchen & sliding glass to take life outdoors. Ducted heating & cooling, double carport with auto door & secure internal access. Carefree living on 459sqm.
Character, charm and desirability C1890 home oozes character, charm & desirability. Stunning entrance with polished timber floors, ornate plaster ceilings, formal dining with French doors leading into spacious lge. Renovated bthrm & lndry. 3 bedrooms (2 dbl) all with built-in robes Country kitchen, dishwasher and cellar. Lined dbl gge with sep. office, c/port, paved o/door area, landscaped grounds.
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE480 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE459 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE347 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE465 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
43 Fifth Street
$199,000 - $217,000 47 John Harris Drive
$195,000 - $210,000 79a Murray Street
$229,000 - $249,000 11 Edinburgh Avenue
$225,000 - $240,000
Excellent Value Home, Plus a Great Shed Affordable & comfortable 3 bdrm home is situated just around the cornerfrom the 7 day supermarket, & a short stroll to the main street shops & local schools. A fabulous 40’ x 20’ shed occupies the back section o the generous 840m2 allotment. 3 bedrooms, open plan ktichen lounge dining, separate toilet, laundry and bathrooms, plus a partially enclosed rear verandah.
"Taj Mahal"............Not! If you are looking for an affordable challenge, then you´d better come for a look ! 3 B’room brick veneer home has the makings of a good 1st home or rental. Generous 900m2 allotment, offering vineyard & Barossa Ranges views, dble gge & loads of scope to create a great little property. The basic elements are here, just bring your imagination and elbow grease.
Location and Affordability! Brand new home,adj to High School & close to main street, tucked away on very manageable, low maint. allotment, making it ideal for those wanting a central location w/- privacy. Spac open plan kit & living, 3 b’rooms (2 w/- birs), s.s. r/c a/c, decking area, 3 bay gge & much more. Suit investors, 1st home owners, retirees or small family. A must to see!
Great starter/Investment opportunity This comfortable & affordable 3 bedroom home is situated on an allotment of some 724 m2, and offers loads of potential for those starting out. With a renovated kitchen, cosy lounge, sep bathroom inc bath and shwr, polished floorboards, neutral décor and more. Lge fully fenced rear yard with scope for ent. area, garaging etc.
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE468 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE476 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE473 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE467 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
12 Bethany Road
$396,000 34 Lehmann Road
$410,000 - $430,000 68-70 Basedow Road
$370,000 72 Murray Street
Little Bethany Farmhouse Within walking distance of Tanunda´s heart, this quaint & original solid brick residence on almost ¾ of an acre will allow you to live semi-self-sufficiently with its small established fruit & nut orchard, pocket of old vineyard, array of shedding & abundant R/W storage. A little farmlet where you can relish the peace & potter amongst nature in your own private haven.
On With the Boardies and Bikini´s! Modern & affordable 4 b’room home has the bonus of i.g. pool, ready for the family to enjoy. Offering both formal & casual living areas, main b/room w/- ens & wir, heating via sch & ducted evap cooling, dble c/port extending into covered ent area, garden shed & more. Situated in popular Langmeil Est., this prop is definitely one to call home.
Development Potential • 2023m2 allotment • Zoned Residential • Existing workshop and depot use • 3 large sheds 73.5m2, 86.5m2 & 176.8m2 • Close to town facilities
Residence, Shop, Office & more... Positioned within the town´s busiest foot traffic sector, here is a valuable & rare opportunity to purchase a property to cover all your business & lifestyle needs. Quality solid built premises offers over 85sqm of showroom/office space plus a character 3 bedroom residence with extensive storage areas, u/c car shelter, garage & access to public parking on this 900sqm site.
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE477 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE483 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
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Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRECS374 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Web: HRE475 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
David Braunack 0418 841 349
Guy Draper 0417 810 828
Felicity Cock 0411 456 266
Mike Bogan 0416 586 897
Cindy Taylor 0408 086 119
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Ann Braunack 0438 633 582 Commercial Leasing Manager
TANUNDA 8563 2599 NURIOOTPA 8562 2600
22 Fechner Place
$425,000 10 Arrawarra Place
1 Eden Valley
$570,000 Pieces 95 & 96 Krondorf Road
$350,000 - $370,000 Lot 41 Keynes Hill Road
$720,000 - $745,000
A Time for Recreation & Relaxation Light & bright with a layout of 3 living zones, this home on a low-maintenance 561sqm offers simplicity in its living style to give you time for the things you love most. Tiled everyday living areas surround the central island kitchen keeping family connected & indoors & out meet thru sliding glass. Open-air rear courtyard is ideal for relaxed gatherings in the sunshine.
Enjoy the Time of Your Life With glorious & peaceful lakeside views, classic home of huge proportions features magnificent lifestyle spaces indoors & out, catering for all seasons of living & entertaining. Four grand sized bedrms, two luxurious bathrms, stunning kitchen, gleaming porcelain tiling, abundant storage, 3 phase ducted a/c, shedding, r/w & even access for the caravan.
Versatile 1.5 Ha Property on "Krondorf Road" Just the address will be enough to spark interest. 1.5 Ha (approx 3.5 acres) inc a small v/yard planted 1994 of approx 2000m2 (1/2 acre), 2 b’room home, 20 x 30 gge + winter creek w/- lge gums & loads more room for a variety of pursuits. Whether cellar door, small winery, B&B or weekender, the choice is yours (sub to Council consents). Genuine sale, so be quick!
Escape to the Country Set amid picturesque hills of Eden Valley a 3 level 4 bdrm home on a magnificent 24.45ha approx (60 acres) of gum studded land with winter creek captures views, nature and lifestyle. Abundant water supply from dams, storage & bores. Great shedding & outdoor living areas. Approx 1 hour commute to city.
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE344 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE114 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE438 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to view Web: HRER147 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841349
18 Flora Street
$240,000 - $250,000 Lot 942 Light Pass Road
$220,000 - $240,000 Lot 203 Neldner Road
$320,000 - $340,000 28 Buna Terrace
$220,000 - $230,000
On the High Side of the Street With airy open-plan living & views across the tree tops of town, this brick home on an elevated 783sqm with dual driveways, rear shedding plus full length front & rear verandahs is perfectly practical. Ranch style, floating floors, ducted evaporative cooling, gas heating & quaint drought tolerant front cottage garden. Currently tenanted at $240/week.
Lifetyle Half Acre Allotment Fabulous semi rural allotment situated in a quaint little hamlet, just a few minutes from the town’s of Nuriootpa and Angaston. 2,559m2 Of land, offering loads of space for a large family home, shedding, swimming pool and much more. A rare opportunity in a great location not to be missed.
Step Back in Time On just over an acre (4421sqm), this Bungalow is almost secluded by the old tall trees in its sleepy village setting. The large rooms, floorboards, leadlight, fretwork, high ceilings, sash windows, original doors, skirtings & architraves will steal the heart of the period home decorator. Peace & space accompanied by birdsong & the laughter of kookaburras.
Parkside Site Along Nuriootpa´s parkside circuit & continuing around from the leafy dress circle of Kokoda Road, this 711sqm allotment with wide stretch of street frontage & existing 1950’s solid brick home is position perfect & may suit the keen renovator or developer with an eye for a location of desire. Surrounded by quality residences in the town´s most picturesque pocket.
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE167 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
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Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE399 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE363 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Angaston Rural blocks Rural Living
Web: HRE404 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
1.89 Ha (4.67 acres) $280,000 $300,000 Web ID HRE188 11 Schaedel Street
$229,000 - $249,000 Lot 393 Stockwell Road
$279,000 - $299,000
18 Mattner Road
$370,000 - $395,000
Affordable First Home/Investment This comfortable 4 bedroom home situated on a 729m2 allotment is conveniently located close to a primary school and 7 day shopping. Generously sized lounge, kitchen/meals, bathroom with spa bath, fully enclosed rear yard, entertainment area and much more. Will suit first home owners, investors, small family, retirees and more.
Affordable & Versatile Offering almost an acre of land, a neat, practical 3 bedroom home, with fabulous outdoor entertainment area, a 6 x 9m garage, double carport, fully fenced rear yard plus extra land for a variety of pursuits, all situated in the small country township of Stockwell, only a short stroll to the general store, town ovals and Hotel. A must to inspect.
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE441 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE376 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
49 Murray Street
9 Paradale Drive
Great Investment Opportunity Significant, historic building, being offered for genuine sale to investors. In excess of 500m2 floor space a multitude of various sized offices spread between 2 floors & 2 linked buildings. Centrally located, well known building is securey leased to long standing business with a 5+5yr lease (from 1/8/11) offering an 8% return.
Features to Impress Executive prop., sit in Langmeil Est. Wide front of this prop easily caters for dble gge umr, + additional d/way w/- access to rear yard & 6m x 6m shed, suit vans, boats & trailers. Quality home offers up to 4 b’rooms, or 3 & study, lge main w/- ens & wir. 3 Spac living areas, feature packed kit. w/- huge pantry, ducted r/c a/c, covered outdoor ent area & more.
Versatile Residence/Commercial or Both Character older prop, in heart of main st offers opportunities galore. Currently family home, there is scope for use as business premises or a mixture, lge side room, (cellar beneath) fold back timber & glass doors & kit area at the rear (incl Pizza oven) maybe small eatery, cellar door or party place for family & friends, choice is yours. Loads of features.
It’s All Here & Very Affordable! Well est prop has many features, it is bound to attract a lot of interest. Sit only 100m from the primary school, corner lot w/reserve across the road, Return verandahs/carports, a lge covered & paved ent area, dble gge, sep games room, est gardens, fully fenced yard, r/water & more. All this plus a great 3 b’room 2 bathroom home. Don’t wait.
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE171 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE460 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE217 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417810828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE130 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417810828
Impressive Home, Just Finish The Outside - Your Way ! If a lge mod home on big lot excites you, but the thought of waiting an eternity for it to be built haunts you, then this fab prop could be the answer. 3 Massive living areas, inc theatre room, family room & games room, 4 generous b’rooms, fully featured kit., dble gge umr + more. Outside the prep work for paving, driveway & ent. area has been done.
1.04 Ha (2.5 acres) $250,000 1.29 Ha (3.1 acres) $275,000 Web ID HRE388 David Braunack : 0418 841 349
$455,000 - $475,000 25 Murray Street
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE461 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
$585,000 - $615,000 1 James Street East
$279,000 - $299,000
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Real Estate Liftout
Immaculate family home
Charming character home
VALUE: The immaculate Kapunda home (left) and at right, the spacious side view.
MORGAN (Idyll Acres)
Lot 34 Echidna Ave 2 storey home, double block 100m to river and boat ramp, lovely river views, 3 bedroom, updated kitchen and dine, lounge with combustion stove, 2 bathrooms, front stairway inside rear outside, large decking’s front and rear, large games room 1771722
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WOW. This ‘as new’ seven-year-old family home is in immaculate condition and is fully esatablished both inside and out. It’s a true credit to its current owners. Situated fronting a sealed and kerbed road on the high side of Kapunda and nicely positioned on an allotment of about 822 square metres, the property has a lot to offer. There are three bedrooms, all with built-in robes. An open-plan lounge/dining area and well- serviced kitchen are features. The bathroom has a bath and separate shower while there is a vanity hall and separate toilet. Ceiling fans to bedroom one and the lounge plus two reverse-cycle split-system airconditioners and gas heating ensure indoor temperature control. There are security shutters to the front windows and the home has a front timber decked verandah and there is a rear timber decked outdoor entertaing area. Other features are an attached single carport, double Colorbond garage with concrete floor and power and attached gable roofed double carport, zincalume toolshed, two rainwater tanks. watering systems to front and rear gardens plus extensive slate look paving. There is Colorbond fencing to rear and side boundaries plus beautiful easycare established grounds. So if this description ticks all your boxes and you can see yourself sitting on the rear timber deck with a coldie or two looking at the far reaching rural views, don’t dilly dally, come and have a bo-peep before it’s too late. Open to suit you, contact Steve on 0417 811 348 from Professionals Kapunda. Asking $249,950. RLA 163708.
HERE is a beautiful 1910 villa (pictured) at 2 Michael Street, Eudunda which retains all the enchanting characteristics of a bygone era. This property has plenty to offer for the growing family with lots of character and the potential it can offer with the two titles. There is the option either to build another home on the second title for your parents or children or sell it and make extra money or keep it as whole. The inside features are the sensitively upgraded beautiful modern six-year-old galley style kitchen which offers open-space living with meals and family area, serviced by a dishwasher. There is combustion heating and reverse-cycle wall air conditioning. This magnificent home consists of 12ft high ornate ceilings, picture rails, a formal lounge room and four large bedrooms. The modern bathroom has been renovated with shower cubicle, bathtub, vanity and towel warmer, and
the toilet is separate with hand basin. This fantastic home is situated on two large parcels of land with two titles, the house with about 1012 square metres and the adjoining block of about 1150 square metres. Outside features are the rear verandah, and from there through to the enclosed and paved entertaining area with café blind. There is a carport for three cars, a stable and garden shed, and established gardens. The property is well fenced with two double gate access for caravan and boat, all the above and more on a lovely double allotment. This property is situated only a short stroll to the main street shopping, the hospital, schools, gallery, museum and hotel etc. The perfect place to escape from the noise and the hustle and bustle of the city. The price range for this outstanding home is $285,000 to $295,000. For further information please call Julie Toth on 8562 4650 or 0418 853 134.
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Set on over 5 acres this stunning circa 1890 cottage offers 360° panoramic views, offering 3 bedrooms, master with open fire place, family/ dining & formal lounge. Together with country style Oak kitchen and stylish bthrm with spa, the Farmhouse is complete with slow combustion heating & reverse cycle airconditioning. The separate guest house features open plan living with master bedroom, kitchen, lounge/dining & bathroom. The property has 4 paddocks, some with horse shelters, 9.3x10.3 shed for parking with workshop, large aviaries, kangaroo enclosure, shared bore, 55000L approx rainwater storage and stunning cottage gardens. All this situated approximately 10km out of Kapunda and only a 30-40min drive to the Barossa Valley or 2530mins to Gawler.
This stunning quality home built in 2004 is a massive 249m2. Set on a 920m2 allot this lovely Distinctive built home offers 4 lge brms, main with ens & WIR, brms 2, 3 & 4 with BIRs, good size office, fml entry & fml dining, generous size kitchen complete with quality appliances, plenty of storage & a lge b/fast bar overlooking the spac o/plan living meals & family room. The home is fully insulated, has r/c heating & cooling, rainwater tank, dbl c/pt with remote roller doors, 12m x 6m galvanized shed with built in mezzanine storage area. The front gdn has established plants and pop-up sprinklers and the back garden has a large entertaining area with the gardens yet to be completed. This stunning property is within walking distance to the main street and local schools.
“JARRAWARRA” If you’ve dreamed of owning your own piece of paradise, Jarrawarra could be it. Situated on a bitumen road just outside Kersbrook, the ppty feats 8ha (20ac) of gently sloping land, some native scrub, grazing pddcks & a mature protea plantation (gen over $15K p/yr). The Tony Gasparin home has quality fittings t/out & has been metic maintained. Timber cathedral ceilings & an o/p living area give feeling of space/light. The home is fully ins in the roof + ext/int walls, is north-facing & has wide eaves. Solar panels gen around 1.5 kilowatts, a solar/elec hws, 2 s/s a/c’s & slow comb heat for year-round comfort. Ample firewood available for the cutting. From the lnge & kitch windows, you have a view across the dam, the proteas & hills, & a gdn court in the centre of the house further enhances connection with nature. Water is supplied by a 4.5mgL dam & 90,000L concrete rainwater tank. Other feats incl ample shedding, mature fruit & nut trees, a veg gdn and resilient back lawn. Within commuting distance of the CBD, less than 30mins from major shopping ctrs & on the doorstep of the Barossa. # 7026 RLA 61382
Perfect Position This wonderful 3 bedroom home offers ensuite and walk-in robe to the main bedroom, formal lounge with bay window, formal dining room or study plus family/dining area which is over looked by the Blackwood timber kitchen with walkin pantry. Complete with heating and cooling, superbly established gardens, return verandahs, great outdoor entertaining and fantastic 20x30 shed, all on an 832m2 corner allotment opposite a huge recreational area close to amenities - this property truly offers it all!
Beautifully Established and Meticulously Maintained One owner since new, this stunning home offers all a growing family could want: 4 lge brms, main with ens & WIR & BIRs t/out 2, 3 & 4, 3 spac living areas with family/meals, fml lnge & games room, & a sparkling newly appointed kitchen with Patini benchtops, glass splashbacks & s/steel apps. With gas heat, ducted evap A/C & quality soft furnishing t/out the home is absolutely complete. Outside is a further 170m2 (approx) u/c ent, immac presented gdns, 2nd & sep access for cvans or trailers, a 20x30 shed/wkshp, & a glorious heated pool. With extras abundant, this property is the complete package in a wonderful neighbourhood, if you’re looking for the perfect place to raise your family then look no further, inspection is by appointment and will not disappoint.
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This immac home built in a picturesque, quiet culde-sac in Lyndoch offers plenty of room to move. This stunning Galaxy home set on 1303m2 with manicured gdns offers 4 brms, main with lux, spac ens, WIR, dressing room (or office), brm 2 + 3 have BIRs, 3 way bthrm with bath & shwr. Kitchen has quality apps & plenty of room with ample storage space, all this overlooking the o/p family & meals area. A fml dining & lnge with high ceilings & exposed beams. The home has ducted evap cool & gas heat. Outside is a stunning ent area & fern gdn at the side of the dbl c/pt & at the rear of the home. Spa with gas heat, glasshouse & lge u/g wine cellar & 3 x 4m gdn shed, 20 x 30 shed with sep dwy, auto watering system in all gdns. 44,000ltr rainwater tank pumped to the house (not toilets) & can be switched to mains. All this only 10-15 mins from Gawler & on the doorstep to the Barossa. Why bother to build when it has all been done!
Offering 2 residences on over 1½ acres, this is both a unique & idyllic property. Set in a v.quiet court amongst other quality homes it boasts stunning views to the Barossa Ranges framed by it's very own vines. Built in 1982 this solid brick home consists of one dwelling featuring 3 brms with fml lnge/dining, superb timber kitch, full bthrm with sep toilet & lndry adj to another 2 brm residence with kitchen, open family/ dining, bthrm with shwr & sep toilet + lndry. Perfect for the extended family, privacy for the children or possible income producing opp. Serviced by ducted evap a/c & r/c split systems. Outside the property offers superbly estab mature gdns, a huge pgla outdoor ent area together with 30 x 20 shed with pwr & cement flr. A truly rare offering which would accommodate a range of requirements, as 2 very sep homes or a single 5 brm residence.
Constructed by Galaxy Homes in 2002 this spacious 4 brm home has all the extras that you would expect in a build of this calibre. Main bedroom features WIR & ensuite with dbl vanity & spa. With BIRs throughout the other brms all dbls with the 2nd being as large as the main. Boasting sunken formal lnge/formal dining & a huge family with meals area off the kitchen this home delivers quality and quantity with 30 squares of luxurious living, high ceilings throughout, Actron reverse cycle ducted heating and air-conditioning. Together with great outdoor entertaining accessed via French doors from the family area all set on a large 760m2 allotment, which although large is easy to maintain. Barossa bound? This property is a “must see” - call today to arrange a private inspection to suit you.
Immaculately presented home set on approx 1046m2 is right on the doorstep of the Barossa Valley, offering 360˚ views of stunning rural views & tranquillity. This lovely sandstone fronted home offers 4 good sized brms, main with BIR, fml entry, generous lnge/dining with parquetry flrs & slow comb heater, family room, mod kitchen/ meals area & new bathroom. Other features include split system heating and cooling, large double carport with 3 phase power and entertainment area off the rear of the home - somewhere you can sit, unwind and take in the view while you watch the kids play. The property is situated within walking distance of the local, school, bakery, shops, wineries and cellar doors. Don't miss out on this lovely opportunity to acquire a piece of the Barossa.
This stunning home will be a joy to come home to! Built in 2008, this fabulous property features 3 brms, main with WIR & ens, BIRS to brms 2 & 3, together with a spac study which could easily become the 4th brm. Offering 2 sep living areas comp fml lnge with surround sound perfect for movie nights, & the lge light-filled o/p family/dining area with amazing kitchen, complete with s/steel apps, incl canopy rangehood, lge free-standing oven & dishwasher. Plenty of bench space & loads of cupboards. The o/plan area is perfect for ent, & the internal décor, fixtures & fittings are quality t/out with no expense spared. Immac estab gdns & the gorgeous paved rear terrace which overlooks the beautiful tree-studded Victoria Ck Reserve - an idyllic position! Complete with ducted evap A/C, dbl c/pt with auto-roller doors umr & 10,000L rainwater pumped to house all on over 600m². This property is picture perfect & great value!
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road anywhere in the world and spearheads Holden’s push to become a leader in technology and sustainable motoring. “Volt will make driving more economical, more environmentally-friendly and will fundamentally change the way Australia thinks about alternative transport solutions. “This is the start of something big for Holden and Australia.” Volt can be recharged easily and seamlessly at any standard household power point, and a full charge takes about four hours with the 240V charge station – significantly less than most electric cars currently on the market. If a power socket isn’t convenient, Volt can simply be refuelled with petrol and more than 500km of additional range is available.
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footprint and at approximately $2.50 to fully recharge the Volt, it also means significantly reduced running costs. Complementing the battery is a 1.4-litre petrol engine that acts as a generator, that when required recharges the Volt’s battery as you drive. With this unique range-extending mode, Volt is capable of more than 500km before recharging or refuelling is needed. Holden chairman and managing director Mike Devereux said the Holden Volt would be a game changer for Holden and the wider automotive industry in this country. “Volt is the no compromise electric car. It’s electric when you want it and petrol when you need it,” he said. “It’s among the most technologically advanced cars on the
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practical form of transport and are better for the environment,” the Lord Mayor said. The Holden Volt represents a fundamental change not just for Holden, but for the entire Australian automotive industry. The world’s first Extended Range Electric Vehicle (EREV), Volt spells the end of range anxiety for electric vehicles and begins a new era of technological leadership for Holden. With its cutting-edge drivetrain, Volt is capable of up to 80km of pure electric driving from its lithium-ion battery – allowing the majority of Australians to complete their daily commute without visiting the petrol station. That means emissions free motoring, a greatly reduced carbon
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Navara ST-X 550 the right recipe THE dual cab ute market is certainly burgeoning these days. While most tradies are happy to stick with the budget versions, there are some who are happy to pay a few more dollars and get a few more goodies. Like 550Nm - say hello to the Nissan Navara ST-X 550. The recipe is simple - take a regular Nissan Navara ST-X and swap the 2.5-litre four-cylinder diesel motor for a 3.0-litre, turbocharged V6 diesel. Back it up with a seven-speed automatic, and you’re done. Well, it’s a little bit more involved than that, but you get the idea. Yes, it’s the engine that dominates this car. With 170kW on tap, and a whopping 550Nm to back it up, the Navara ST-X 550 is probably the quickest dual-cab ute on sale today. With its huge torque and all-wheeldrive, the other thing that really impresses is its towing capacity 3000kg. But hang on for a minute; the standard Navara, with its 2.5-litre diesel and 403Nm, manages to tow 3000kg, too. So, for the price difference between the two models what do you get apart from an extra 147Nm?
Quite a bit as it turns out. There’s a plastic-lined tray, a satin-black sportsbar with LED brake light, a hard tonneau cover which locks with the central locking, a tinted bonnet protector, front fog lights, headlamp washers, privacy glass, roof rails and, of course, V6 badges. That engine, code-named V9X, is quite different from regular V6s. It uses a 65-degree vee angle, giving enough room to nestle the turbocharger within the banks of the vee. The block is also constructed from compacted graphite iron, which gives a weight advantage over cast iron (which would make the Navara too front-heavy) but is quieter than an a light-weight aluminium block. There’s no doubt the Navara 550 is quick - in fact, it’s likely the quickest dual-cab ute on sale in Australia. Off the road, the Navara 550 is excellent, and it churns through the sand with ease (tyre pressures dropped and VSC off) using its power to push through any boggy situations, with the huge torque keeping the motor from bogging down when in really heavy stuff. Inside, you’re kept comfortable by dual-zone climate control and fairly soft seats.
COMFORT: Christian Siegele from Barossa Nissan tests out a Nissan Navara ST-X 550.
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Local Holiday Activities Cheap speed exhilaration Enhance Barossa experience By KYLIE HUGHES THE bitumen slipping beneath you as you’re pressed back in the seatsensations of exhilaration, freedom and performance. Some people have a need for speed. But is there a safe, cost-wise alternative to buying a fast car? According to Ian Williams, president and publicity officer of the Australian Karting Association, the answer is “absolutely, yes”. The answer is karting. According to Ian, entry into the sport ranges from $3000 for a used kart up to
about $8000 for a new one. Those numbers also include personal safety equipment, some tools, club membership and licence fees. In terms of running costs, hobbyists who are content to practice only once or twice a month will spend as little as $500 to $1000 a year. Junior drivers will spend around $1500 a year to race at 15 to 20 local events, and a senior about $2000. “As you get more competitive, your running costs increase with extra practice days and more spare parts for the kart,” Ian said.
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Now 16, Rhys has already collected an impressive number of awards and championships. “My dad got me into karting,” says Rhys. “He always dreamed of being an open wheel racer. He spent a few years racing Formula Vee’s before he and mum started a family. “When I was seven, dad got me my own kart and we’ve been having fun together ever since.” When asked how karting compares with other types of motor racing, Rhys replied. “I’ve driven Formula Three cars and I still have to say that you can’t beat karting for cheap thrills. If you’ve never driven a kart, you probably can’t understand how fast and exciting it really is. “When you’re driving at over 100km-an-hour in an open cockpit only a few inches off the ground, it feels like you’re going at 200,” he said.
BAROSSA Bike Hire are certainly on a roll. It has been just over a year since Barossa Bike Hire started delivering bikes for hire throughout the Barossa to guests’ accommodation. Promoting a guilt-free Barossa biking cellar door experience, Barossa Bike Hire owner operators Louis and Karen den Berger with their daughter Sophia started their business in spring 2010 with 12 Giant comfort bikes wanting visitors to the area to experience the real Barossa. “We wanted to offer visitors to the Barossa region a truly interactive wine and food experience and encourage our visitors to enjoy more and linger a little longer,” Karen said. “The great thing about biking the Barossa is winding down and enjoying the fresh air, it just makes everything that much better.” In the last year more and more visitors are enjoying Barossa Bike Hire’s service. “With delivered ultra-comfortable Giant bikes, local knowledge and emergency service provided with every hire our fleet has grown,” Karen said. “Barossa Bike Hire’s fleet of 60 quality Giant bikes includes hybrid road, hybrid mountain and mountain bikes. Plus Barossa Bike Hire has a complete range of child biking options to hire. “With the growth of Barossa Bike Hire we have changed the name to Barossa Bike to encompass hire, tour and shop services.” Karen said visitors to the Barossa were very keen to explore the
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Much ado in the vines marriage, and each other. In contrast, Claudio and Hero are sweet young people who are rendered practically speechless by their love for one another. Benedick and Beatrice are tricked into confessing their love for each other, and Claudio is tricked into rejecting Hero at the altar. However, Dogberry, a Constable discovers the evil trickery of the villain, Don John. In the end, Don John is captured and everyone else joins in a dance celebrating the marriages of the two couples. Shakespeare in the Vines will be held on Saturday, January 28. Tickets are $45 for adults and
$20 for children under 18 and those under 12 are free. However, strictly no bring your own alcohol or deck chairs, rugs only. Food and wine will be available from 5pm for a 6.30pm performance. Earlier entertainment will be by Cloudy. Tickets are limited and are available by visiting Tanunda and Kapunda visitor centres, Seppeltsfield Winery, Whistler Wines, Barossa Valley Estate, Rolf Binder and Hentley Farm or phone Craig on 8564 3443. RIGHT: A scene from this year’s Shakespeare production of Romeo and Juliet at Seppeltsfield Winery.
Children’s holiday fun ATTENTION parents and grandparents, if you’re looking for affordable activities to keep the children busy these holidays then listen up. The library branches of The Barossa Council again hosts activities for children aged from four to 13-years. On January 9, children can make their own game, this is available for children from seven and upwards and costs $2. January 12 and 13 - there will be sessions for children aged four to seven to find out what’s in the Big Box of holiday fun. The creative activity for both boys and girls costs $2. January 16 - children between four and 13 are encouraged to bring in their plain thongs, preferably new, and transform them into
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THANKS to the efforts of Barossa groups like the Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance, you don’t have to travel far to enjoy quality entertainment. In January the Alliance is hosting another of its popular ‘Shakespeare in the Vines’, this time featuring Much Ado About Nothing. The comedy, written by William Shakespeare, involves two sets of lovers - Benedick and Beatrice and Claudio and Hero and will be performed on the picturesque grounds of Seppeltsfield Winery. Benedick and Beatrice are engaged in a “merry war”; they both talk a mile a minute and proclaim their scorn for love,
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THE public has the chance to enjoy classic movies to be screened outdoor at Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre. The annual event is held each Friday in January and February means a chance for movie buffs to sit back, relax and enjoy wines and fabulous foods for a fee. For $15 guests receive entry to watch a movie as well as a complimentary glass of wine for adults or soft drink. What: Movies at the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre. Where: Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat. When: Doors open at 7pm. Movies screen after sunset about 8.15pm - 8.45pm, weather permitted. Dates: Friday, January 6 - Gulliver’s Travels, January 13 - The Social Network, January 20 - The Tourist, January 27 - Jaws, February 3 - The Day of the Jackal, February 10 - Romeo & Juliet, February 17 He’s Just Not That Into You and February 24 - Eat, Pray, Love.
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Wineries spread their wings TWO Barossa wineries have been given a financial boost to help them better access world markets. Pindarie Pty Ltd at Gomersal has received $17,000 and Hart Family Wines Trust at Vine Vale were handed $4600 through the state’s Getaway Business
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small business Tom Koutsantonis, “With the expanding economies of China, India and Vietnam on our doorstep, our region offers enormous export potential, as these countries develop into huge markets for our goods and services.
Stamping out fire setters AN OPERATION to stamp out fire setters is now in place by South Australia Police. The focus of Operation Nomad is on prevention by providing a highly visible policing presence in high-risk bushfire areas and cracking down on people with a tendency to start fires. Assistant Commissioner Bronwyn Killmier said, “This season police are monitoring 217 people of interest, which includes 29 high risk, 59 significant risk and 129 possible risk. “Police will be making personal contact visits to people of interest according to their assessed risk to the community as well as the weather of the day.” The strict contact regime is designed to disrupt and reduce fire-setting opportunities throughout the season. Police will again this season use the Automatic Number Plate Recognition system. This works by police being able to read vehicle registration number plates as the police vehicle travels along. The camera scans vehicles that pass and captures an image of the number plate. Scanned plates are then validated against a special download of the Nomad Hot List database. Children lighting fires is another issue of concern, with many occasions where police have had to speak to children under the age of 10 in relation to starting fires. “Parents should be aware what their children
are doing at all times and ensure there is no access to matches, aerosol cans and magnifying glasses,” Assistant Commissioner Killmier said. Also, during the 2010- 2011 Fire Danger Season, prescribed equipment and vehicle exhausts caused 116 fires, so landholders are urged to service their equipment/machinery, to help prevent fires on rural properties. Police also remind landholders that fireextinguishing equipment is required to be within the property during any harvesting or related work, and non-compliance will result in a fine. “We are asking everyone to be alert, and anyone who sees anything at all suspicious is asked to call police; please don’t take chance that some else will call.” Penalties under the Act range from a maximum 20-year jail sentence for a deliberately lit fire, to a $315 fine for lighting a fire during the fire danger season. The following is the number of fires caused by prescribed equipment and exhausts for the 2010-2011 Fire Danger Season: • Vehicle exhausts 16 • Harvester/Header 49 • Angle grinder/welders 19 • Ride on mower/lawn mower 16 • Slasher 9, Baler/Bailing machine 5 • Brush cutter 1 • Trash cutter 1 For further information on the bushfire season, visit cfs.sa.gov.au
Sport STARPLEX Basketball Monday juniors 12 and under: Division One - grand final, Storm 34 d Barossa 16. Division Two grand final, Undertakers 25 d Craigmore Big Birds 6. 14 and under - grand final, Craigmore Flight 31 d Sharks 9. 16 and under - grand final, Craigmore Thunder 25 d Red Dragons 18. Monday evening men Division One - Crumpet Squad d Wolverines 41-23; Run & Gun d M & M’s 66-43; Flight Team d Blitzers 44-29; He Got Game d Wizards 32-31; Shooting Blanks d Beard Of Chuck 46-21. Division Two - Black Knights d Muffin Stuffers 35-33; Shakers d Orlago Bujic 61-40; Dilligaf d Hurricanes 38-33; Off In The Shower d Wreckless 51-27; Flames d Turbos 46-45. Tuesday daytime ladies Tuesday juniors - under 8s: Central Little Lions 14 d Dragons 0; Lightning 12 d Williamstown Giants 0. 10 and under: Allstars 16 d Redbacks 6; New Stars 12 d Badge Roos 3; Celtics 16 Drew Barossa 2 16; Barossa 1 30 d Red Devils 12; Run N Gun 26 d Rockstars 0; Brookers 14 drew Sudden Impact 14; Starplex Hawks 11 drew Central Lions 11. Tuesday night men Hawks 51 d Gang Green 34; Outlaws 50 d The Was Nots 33; O2 Tha Fn 59 d James 41; The Boys 55 d The Steelers 33; Gawler Gunners 45 d Beam Team 26; Taipans 35 d Tanks 19; Airballers 40 d Swarrens 23; Clumsy Ninjas 55 d Red Lions 19. Wednesday evening ladies T-Birds 39 d Tangos 24. Thursday night mixed Spurtics 52 d 5 Stars 46; 69ers 42 d Ultim8’s 38; Beamers 59 d Black Magic 29; Comets 58 d Its Only Social 39; Steelers 57 d Hungry Hippos 28.
Netball Monday night ladies The Bitties d Krazy Kats 27-12; Checkmates d Don’t Care 51-17; Jitterbugs d Pythons 27-13; Meatloaf d Randoms 32-19; Wild Turkeys d Bulldozers 46-24; South Gawler d South
35-15; Purple d Gotacks 30-26; Southies d Barossa High 5’s 30-22; Divas d Fumble Beez 32-16. Tuesday evening mixed Team Phat 21 d Demdem 18; Balls Of Steal 27 d The Destroyers 5; S Club 7 33 d Bityy 7’s 23; Can/T Touch This 25 d Hi Viz Heros 19; Falcons 32 d Black Thunder 30; Power Rangers 20 d Vengaboiis 19; Dirty Beaches 26 d Lol 16; Pink Paws 23 d That’s What She Said 17. Wednesday juniors 11 and under - South Gawler d Trinity 4 9-4; Trinity 7 drew Trinity 3 13-13; Trinity 5 d Trinity 1 27-9. 13 and under - Trinity 1 d Trinity 2 23-13; Trinty 7 d Trinity 5 28-4; Trinity 6 d Trinity 4 14-13. 16 and under - Inter 1: Trinity 5 d Trinity 1 5-1; Trinity 4 d Trinity 2 22-7. Inter 2: Trinity 5 drew Trinity 3 7-7; Trinity 4 d Trinity 1 38-11; Trinity 2 d Trinity 6 21-7. Wednesday evening ladies Trinity 1 d Tosnc Blue 40-19; Pink Bits d Trinity 4 40-34; Trinity 5 d Tigers 31-19; Trinity 3 d Triple S 33-7; Escapees d Mels Army 32-16; Lollipops d The Fruit Loops 26-15; Dirt Diamonds d Kmp 36-26; Mamma Bears d Family Affairs 34-33; Trinity 2 d Trinity 6 21-7; Diamonds d Donneybrooks 34-28; Mallala d Bits & Pieces 41-24; Inxs d Two Well Roosters 38-16. Wednesday evening mixed The Fat Pack d All Blacks 18-14; Masterclass d Wildcats 21-8; Skalliwags d Rascals 36-10; Lucky Lemons d DTF 21-10. Friday ladies daytime Teals d Skittles 53-15; Straight Up d Barely There 28-21; Lady Birds d Wasleys 27-17.
Futsual Soccer Under 8s: Superstars 6 d Lil Stars 2. Under 10s: The Strikers 7 d Break Aways 2; Black Magic 4 d Red Eagles 2. Under 12s: Big Warriors 7 d Pink Panthers 6; South Lions 5 d Mp Strikers 0; Mighty Reds 7 d Bazingas 3. Under 16s: Pondi Rangers 8 d Team America 2; Big Hits 15 d Just For Kicks 2; Blazing Blues 7 drew Spekkies 7.
Volleyball Rogue Crew 3 d Khs Cobras 2.
APD Parcel Delivery would like to wish all clients a Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year! APD is pleased to be providing a twice daily parcel services to and from the Gawler and Barossa Valey areas and we look forward to continuing to provide our successful and reliable service in 2012. If you have any queries regarding our rates or service coverage, (including country and interstate freight) please do not hesitate to call our office on 08 8416 8000 or David Jones on 0418 459 366
P: 08 8416 8000 F: 08 8234 2474 M: 0418 459 366 W: www.apdparcel.com.au A: 62 Chapel St, Thebarton SA 5031 www.barossaherald.com.au
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Christ mas Church Services Guide Answer: La Befana According to tradition before the birth of Jesus the three wise men reached the village where La Befana lived. She put them up for the night because she kept a neat house. The wise men asked her to go with them to find the baby Jesus but she declined because she was busy cleaning the house. She later regretted her decision not to go and set out by herself to find the baby but unfortunately she did not succeed. And now every January 6, which is the last day of the 12
days of Christmas, she goes out and searches for the baby. She brings gifts with her for all the good children and delivers coal to the bad ones.
Who delivers gifts to children in Syria? Answer: The Smallest Camel In Syria, children actually get their gifts on New Year's Day. They are brought by the smallest camel that brought the Wise Men to the baby Jesus. It is traditional for children to leave water and hay outside of a camel's house the night before. In the morning the water and hay is gone, replaced by gifts.
Who is credited with designing the first glass Christmas ball?
Where did the kissing under the mistletoe tradition begin?
Answer: Hans Greiner
Hans Greiner was by profession a glass blower who lived in Lauscha, Germany. He and his partner set up their glass shop in 1597. Since he was unable to buy the traditional Christmas tree decorations of nuts, fruit and candy he decided to make glass decorations. Hestarted making his decorations in the shape of fruits and nuts but later expanded them to the customary sphere.
There are a lot of traditions surrounding the mistletoe plant. Mistletoe was traditionally hung in doorways where a young man could claim a kiss if he caught a girl there. He then removed one of the berries from the plant. When the fruit was gone no more kisses could be claimed. It was thought to be unlucky to have the mistletoe touch the ground. Although the berries of the plant are poisonous, mistletoe has long been believed to have supernatural and medicinal powers.
Northen Light Catholic Parish
MASS TIMES CHRISTMAS EVE Freeling 6.30pm (Nativity) Kapunda 8.30pm Balaklava 6.30pm Hamley Bridge 6.30pm (Nativity)
CHRISTMAS SERVICES CHRISTMAS EVE St George’s, Orleana Square 5pm Crib Service 11.30pm Midnight Mass
CHRISTMAS DAY Nuriootpa 9.00am Port Wakefield 8.30am Mallala 8.30am Contact: Office: 0885 662064 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Christmas Morning Transfiguration Church, Adelaide Road 9am Holy Communion Office Enquiries 8523 5677 WH1776031
St Paul’s Lutheran Tanunda & Gnadenberg Lutheran Moculta CHRISTMAS EVE
CHRISTMAS DAY 8.00am Traditional Service with Holy Communion at St Paul’s Church, Tanunda (with St Paul’s-Langmeil Choir) 10.00am Traditional Service with Holy Communion at Gnadenberg Church, Moculta Theme at both services: Behold the Son-light!
Enquiries: Pastor Anthony Price 8563 2248
8.45am Traditional Service at St Paul’s Church, Tanunda Gnadenberg 10am Holy Communion at Gruenberg Church (Strait Gate Parish Service)
The Christmas Key
Anglican Church of Barossa 21st December (Wednesday) 7.30pm - 9 Lessons & Carols at Holy Trinity Lyndoch 24th December (Saturday) 7.30pm - Holy Communion Service at St Peters, Williamstown 7.30pm - Holy Communion Service at St Boniface, Nuriootpa 9.30pm - Holy Communion Service at Holy Trinity Lyndoch 11.30pm - Midnight Mass at St Aidens, Tanunda CHRISTMAS DAY 9.30am - Holy Communion Service at Angaston Uniting Church WH1777364
December 24 - Christmas Eve 6.30pm Children’s Presentation (Holy Trinity) 7.00pm Family Carol Service (St Petri) 7.30pm Children’s Presentations (Ebenezer &Neukirch) December 25 - Christmas Day 8.00am Holy Trinity 8.30am Holy Communion St Petri 9.30am Holy Communion (Ebenezer & Neukirch combined at Ebenezer) 10.30am Holy Communion St Petri December 31 6.30pm Holy Communion (Holy Trinity) 7.30pm Holy Communion (St Petri) 8.00pm Holy Communion (Ebenezer & Neukirch - combined at Neukirch)
5:30 pm & 7:30 pm
Christmas Eve at the Faith School Chapel All children are encouraged to be part of the play (costumes provided) . Air conditioned comfort All welcome.
January 1 9.30am Ebenezer & Neukirch - combined at Ebenezer 10.00am St Petri worship (at Redeemer School) Pastor Robert's final service 11.00am Holy Trinity
Enquiries to: Pastor David Gogoll 8563 2089
21 SECOND STREET, NURIOOTPA
CHRISTMAS CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS SERVICE Sunday 18th December at 7:00pm
CAROLS & READINGS SERVICE Christmas Eve at 7.30pm
9:30am Service with Holy Communion
NEW YEAR’S EVE
7:30pm Service at Zion Lutheran Church DON’T FORGET TO INVITE ALL YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS! Immanuel Lutheran Church, Gawler. Cnr 2nd & 7th Streets.
•The word Bible comes from the word biblia which means books. •The word disciple comes from the Latin meaning pupil •The word apostle from Greek meaning messenger or person sent forth •The Bible is made up of two parts the Old Testament and the New Testament •There are 66 books in the Bible •There are 39 books in the Old Testament •The New Testament contains 4 Gospels, Acts, 21 Epistles, and Revelation in it.
NURIOOTPA LUTHERAN PARISH
Bethany Tabor Parish invite you to .......
6.30pm Children’s Christmas Presentation “Happy Birthday Jesus” at St Paul’s Lutheran Church, Tanunda (cnr Murray Street & Basedow Road) 8pm Children’s Christmas Presentation “O Christmas Tree” at Gnadenberg Lutheran Church, Moculta (Gnadenberg Road, Moculta)
Who delivers gifts to children in Italy?
CATHOLIC CHURCH GAWLER
Christmas Service Times Christmas Eve At St. Brigid’s SAMMAT Building, Para Road, Evanston 7:00pm Children’s Mass At Ss Peter & Paul’s Church, Porter Street, Gawler 11:30pm Carols 12:00 Midnight Mass
Christmas Day At Ss Peter & Paul’s Church, Porter Street Gawler 8:00am & 10:00am
Gawler Catholic Parish 1 Parnell Square Gawler Phone: 8522 1089
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3 SEATER black leather lounge, excellent condition, $300 ono. Ph: 85630409
Erki Stephen GATES was born to Shona Smithson & Aaron Gates on 6th December, 2011 at Gawler Hospital. We welcome this precious child, Son, Grandson and Great Grandson to our families. Love Louise, Stephen & Sian Smithson.
Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm
Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988
All donations of furniture, clothing, bric-a-brac enable us to assist our Community CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston.
PERSONAL 60TH BIRTHDAY Phil D'Giacoma 21.12.2011 A group hug on your birthday, for words cannot describe the love we have for you. 40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY 27.12.2011 Phil and Liz D'Giacoma You mean the world to us, as we celebrate all your greatness as a big happy family. Love from your best creations and biggest fans. Jodie, Andrew, Becc, Jase, Megan, Dion, Dames, Jojo, Jack, Luci, Wil, Chloe, Abby and Bonbon MT. PLEASANT area. Unrushed & personal 4 gents who prefer private. 0466964374
ENGAGEMENTS NOLL - SANDEMAN David & Jenny of Tanunda, together with Scott & Vicki of Williamstown are thrilled to announce the engagement of Jessica & Anthony on 4/12/11. Love & Blessings as you plan your life together.
DEATH NOTICES McNAMARA, Carolyn Jane. Passed away suddenly after a long illness at Kapunda Hospital on December 15, 2011. Aged 71 years Dearly loved and cherished wife of Pat (Paddy) Loving mother of Mark and Jeremy Mother-in-law of Jo-ann Very much loved nan of Mathew and Sarah-Jayne The family wish to sincerely thank Dr. Van Dissel and all staff at Kapunda Hospital for their devoted care. Carolyn's Funeral Service was conducted on Tuesday Morning December 20th at Dutton Park Memorial Gardens.
DOMESTIC farm, pool and spa pump repairs. Complete workshop facilities also for electric fence energisers. New units, conversions to solar, tapes and insulators. Qualified tradesman. Ag Power Williamstown Road, Cockatoo Valley. 0408820024 FIREWOOD Quality seasoned. Split red. blue, sugar gum, mallee stumps sawn mallee & bags of kindling. Weighbridge docket supplied. Pickup or deliver AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. Matthew Reimann, Firewood Supplies. 0413089743. Delivery available 7 days by appointment. Credit Cards now accepted. GARAGE 6 x 6 metre, 3 x 3 metre toolshed, 3 x 3 metre carport all together, roller door, entry door, 2 sliding doors all steel construction $900 ono. Buyer to remove 0432579347 GENERATOR Aussie Brand 8kva Port. Diesel Pre Xmas Sale, perfect backup power for your house, Electric Start with Battery $1299. 0432 636 678
GENERATORS Aussie Brand, Low Speed, Diesel, Super Silenced, Pre Xmas Sale on now until sold out 12kva $4999 15kva $5299 25kva $5699. 0432 636 678. www.outbackgenerators.com.au GENERATORS NEW Aussie Brand 10KVA 16Hp petrol Key/Remote Start Auto Idle 32Ltr fuel 3 x 15amp, RRP $3500 Sell $1650 DELIVERED DIESEL Super Silent (60db) Low Spd 10kva to 37kva. BEST PRICES. Ph 0423 286 661 www.australiawidegenerators .com.au
Accredited Member Australian Funeral Directors Association
THANKYOU KAPUNDA PIZZA BAR To all our valued customers, thankyou for all your support throughout our first year. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas & a wonderful New Year. Thankyou. PERSONAL THANKS to Ambo's, MFS, Nurses and Yvonne for helping us with Ron. Chris & Liz - FORD HOUSE www.barossaherald.com.au
Ford Falcon AU II XLS Super Cab Utility 4 Litre motor and auto transmission. Ford Falcon AU III Sedan 4 Litre motor and auto transmission, 94,000 km Ford Falcon BF XR6 Sedan 4 Litre motor, 73,000 km, most parts available. Ford Falcon BF III Stationwagon 4 Litre LPG only motor and auto transmission, 56,000 km, most parts available. Holden Commodore VZ Lumina Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, 76,000 km Holden Commodore VY Sedan 3.8 Litre motor and auto transmission, most parts available Holden Commodore VE 60th Anniversary Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, factory alloys
GAWLER MOTOR WRECKING 3 Prescott Crescent, Gawler Belt 8522 5677 or 0416 081 109
Our last edition published in 2011 will be on Wednesday 21 December and the first edition for 2012 will be Wednesday 11 January.
GARAGE SALES HAVING A GARAGE SALE? Advertise in The Herald classifieds, and get results! All Garage Sale ads MUST be prepaid. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 4.30 pm. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041 Fax: 85633655 or email email@example.com SAT 31ST 8.00am - 12noon. Furniture /baby/toddler gear. 36 South Terrace, Nuriootpa.
Community Helpers Inc
ANY SCRAP METAL Will pay cash for the removal of yours. Ph: 0412259039 ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117 CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694
CA $ H F O R CA R S & S C R A P M E TA L B A RO S S A T OW I N G
Of clothing & bric-a-brac For our Tanunda Shop 119 Murray Street Phone 8563 1105 Furniture Welcome Nuriootpa Warehouse 85622786 Working for Carers Link and other charities
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ACCOMODATION VACANT ROOM incl. ensuite from $175 p.w. 85640400 or 0437860002
General Towing, breakdowns, caravans, boats, farm machinery
0404 856 309
RIDLEYTON Lockup townhouse to share. Ring Christian 0431220255
GUN SALES. Ammo, repairs, safes, accessories & service. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors, 48 Murray St, Gawler 85226200
ALL PETS DAY SPA 15% off special. Hydrobath, Clipping and more located in Gawler east ph 0439815992 or visit http: /allpetsdayspa.hopout.com.au
HAY OATEN WHEATEN Hay from $35 roll Phone Peter & Bev Grocke 0429 694 058 or 8563 2113
BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog clipping, heated hydrobathing, blowdrying & nails for all breeds. LARGE & SMALL by an animal lover. Ph: 0418810323
LEADLIGHT - Local, professional affordable leadlight. I'll come to you, or call at Gawler Glass Design studio, 58 Yettie Rd, Williamstown. Weekly classes. Bob Pirch 85247241
HOOTZ DOG GROOMING Mobile. Qualified groomer. Nuriootpa Ph: Justin 0406840020
MINGE WAY, NURIOOTPA PRICE ON APPLICATION Luxurious, 3 year old home on 700m2 block in a quiet, friendly estate within walking distance to school, child care centre and shops. Four bedroom, Master with huge ensuite/WIR. Stunning Gallery entrance, family room, rumpus room, huge formal lounge/dining, spacious kitchen with extended bench space and raised breakfast bar, quality stainless steel electric wall oven/ceramic cook top, dishwasher provision. Extensive storage space throughout home. Ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout. Quality floor coverings and fixtures. Mains gas hot water. Double garage UMR with electric roller door. Large undercover outdoor paved entertaining area. Fully landscaped front garden. ENQUIRIES PHONE - 0410 340 925
MAINS pressure blue line poly from $37 roll. Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. Ph: 85232350 NEED A PUMP? For all your needs, Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, WILLASTON. Ph: 85232350
HERALD CHRISTMAS TRADING HOURS The Herald will be closed over the Christmas / New Year period from 12 Noon Tuesday 21 December, 2011 and will re-open from 8.30a.m. Wednesday 5 January, 2012.
CARTWRIGHT (nee Wilksch) Luke, Jo, Rhett & Elyse are thrilled to announce the arrival of our gorgeous girl, Scarlet Bonny, 8lb 1oz on Thursday, 15 December, 2011. Many thanks to Aunty Tarn & the fantastic midwives at Gawler Health Services. A beautiful gift to complete our family.
PLANTS - Natives, perennials, tube stock, water wise etc. MORNING STAR NURSERY Lot 1 Cossins St., Kapunda. Ph: 85663952. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am- 5pm. SELLING, BUYING .......? Advertise in the Herald classifieds, and get results! Giveaway ads are run for 1 week, FREE. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 5.00p.m. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday. (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041, Fax: 85633655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org STORMWATER 90mm pipe $13 and fittings. Gawler Irrigation Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. 85232350
HYDROPAWS 4pawfectpaws. Mobile nose to tail pet care. Heated hydrobath, blowdry, nails & clipping. Ph: Bridget 0488444542 VALLEY AQUARIUMS All Your Aquarium Needs •Tropical•Cold Water•Turtles •Axolotls•Live & Frozen Food •Filters/Pumps•Tanks & Stands Eftpos available Weekly Specials in Store 48b Murray Street Nuriootpa Open Hours Wednesday to Friday12pm til 5pm Saturdays & Sunday 11am til 3pm Ph: Richi 0425826464
LIVESTOCK J.W. SMART WOOLBUYERS PTY LTD. Will buy all types. Flexible hours. Ph: 0417878486 - jwsmartbigpond.com
LOST & FOUND FOUND - An expensive golden man's wrist watch. Inscribed "To George from BTM Fin. Dept. Jan 29th 1965" Please phone Ted on 85622384
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AGISTMENT AVAILABLE HORSE AGISTMENT Nuriootpa Rd, Greenock. Good pasture, fences and shelter shed. Ph. 0417858211
ENTERTAINMENT FISHING CHARTERS Yorke Peninsula, from $200 p/p, ph 0417 877 016, charterfishing.com .au
FOR HIRE SLUSHIE/FROZEN Cocktail Machine HOT CHOCOLATE Cocktail Machine PUCKER POWDER . FAIRY FLOSS Slush-a-Licous Phone Pina 0434141097 www.slush-a-licous.com.au Family owned, locally operated. email@example.com
FORD '91 F150 4 X 4 Panel Van. V8, auto, 115,000 Kms, on gas, good for tradesman, camping, carrying goods. XIZ-355 $13,000 ono. Ph: Kevin on 0402073212
PLANT SALE Dec. 26 thru to Monday 2nd Jan.
are having a HUGE
Find us on the Gumeracha to Birdwood Rd, next to The Toy Factory, GUMERACHA. Select from the largest range incl. Natives, Rare & Unusual, Cottage Garden & Hedging Plants. Enquiries: 0438 855 159 firstname.lastname@example.org
HOME CLEANING & IRONING - $15 off first reg. service so you try us out. Ph: Carolyn or Nat till 8pm daily incl. w/ends. 0409691576 PAINTER Local experience. Quality work. Free quote. Ph: Peter 0417805982 Lic. No. BLD48086 ROLLER shutter repairs 08 85662922
CARAVANS WANTED a reasonably priced older style caravan, normal van or pop-top. Ph: 83893293
HEALTH & BEAUTY ACRYLIC
NAILS, makeup & spray tanning. FULL SET ACRYLIC NAILS $45 Phone Lisa 0417658188 Williamstown
REMEDIAL MASSAGE Trigger Point, Deep Tissue, Relaxation, Myo-fascial, Lymphatics. Health rebates. Acia Health / Physiotherapy, 1A Bilyara Road, Tanunda. Call Lynette Roesler 0409631553
MASSAGE THERAPIST - KAPUNDA
TANUNDA NETBALL CLUB 2012 SEASON REGISTRATIONS Tanunda Netball Clubrooms Senior 1 & 2: January 12th 7.00 – 9.00pm Registration & Pre-Season trials
Agricultural Technical Officers - Piggery Formal qualifications in Agriculture to at least Diploma level and previous piggery experience are essential. Applicants with Cert 3 in Agriculture or Piggery management and at least 18 months experience will also be considered.
NEW PLAYERS WELCOME
Knowledge and experience in workplace health and safety, and piggery quality assurance and food safety will be an advantage.
Enquiries: Secretary, Deb Miles
The position will involve (but is not limited to):
P: 8563 3360 E: email@example.com
• Supervision and implementation of methods, techniques and procedures , relating to efficient and budgeted production of breeding, farrowing and/or growing pig areas of piggery management • Daily monitoring and treatment of animal health - including the administration of vaccines and medications when required • Keeping accurate and comprehensive records including livestock movements, inventories, reproductive records and stock weights • Assisting in controlled breeding and/or growing pig trials and experiments • Training piggery staff according to Standard Operating procedures and Quality Management standards • Understanding and assistance in facility and equipment maintenance programs would be an advantage WH1777516
MEDITATION CLASSES KAPUNDA Starting 17 January 2012 Register your interest now! 0409-131038 firstname.lastname@example.org THE FUN OF THE FAIR for hire or percentage for any event. Kiddy rides, bouncers, games, thrill rides & food vans. Ph: 0408810202 or 0437810200 www.colinleightonamusements.com.au
Registration Day for 2012 Season
Please provide a current CV outlining qualifications experience and Australian resident status (if applicable) to:
Applications close at 5pm Friday 23 December 2011
SUNDAY 15TH JANUARY, 2012 Nuriootpa Sports Centre Netta to Junior 1 11.00 to 12.30 Inter’s to Senior 1 12.30 – 2.00 Net-Set-Go (5 – 7 years) Can Register Name and details
The Barossa – committed to excellence in Local Government
CUSTOMER & LIBRARY SERVICES OFFICER MATERNITY LEAVE - CONTRACT POSITION Part Time - 24 hours per week
New players welcome Uniform ordering available on the day. Sausage Sizzle for a gold donation If unable to attend Registration Day please advise the Secretary before 31st December 2011 to receive a Registration Pack. Payment and Registration completed by 13th January 2012 The Secretary Nuriootpa Netball Club P.O. Box 987, NURIOOTPA 5355 Email: email@example.com
PROFESSIONAL NOTICES Anne Hamilton R.N. Professional Counsellor Ph 85235235 : Mobile 0416060835 Confidential Personal Counselling and relationship therapist for adults. All ages. Home visits can be arranged for up to 50 Km radius. Small call-out fee. Gawler, Barossa and Northern suburbs etc Health fund accredited.
Some shift and weekend work will be required.
Sue Caloghiris Bibber International PO Box 146 Glenelg SA 5045
MARKETS - Saturday 24th 9.30 - 1.30 Barossa Quilt & Craft Cottage Angaston Road. Hot donuts, fruit/veg, variety stalls. Glenda 85633181
Please send applications to “The Manager” Clare Country Club PO Box 696 Clare SA 5453 Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior – Netta: February 9th 5.00 – 7.00pm * Registration only *
Seven Years Professional Experience Gift Vouchers Available Pensioner Discounts Available
FINE ARTS EXHIBITION CHATEAU DORRIEN Experience the wow factor, journey through the various styles, media and techniques of painting and sculpture from contemporary to realism by prominent artists Betty Shanks and Tony Haines.
The Clare Country Club is a 4 Star regional Resort located in the heart of the Clare Valley. We seek an Executive Housekeeper to join our team. The successful applicant will have proven experience in housekeeping management, demonstrating strong planning and budget skills, proven rostering skills and the ability to lead and train others. We seek a highly motivated individual for this hands-on role.
We are seeking suitably qualified staff for our Piggery operations in South Australia, based at regional sites near Wasleys, Sheaoak Log, Murray Bridge and Tailem Bend.
Therapeutic Massage Aromatherapy Massage Aromatherapy Pamper Packages Pregnancy Massage Myofascial Release Reiki & Energy Healing
ARTISANS AT GREENOCK MARKET Greenock Town Square Friday Evenings 5.30pm - 8.30pm Live music, food, wine, unique stalls. Oct 14th, Nov.11th, Dec. 9th, Jan.13th, Feb. 10th, March 9th.
Senior 3 – 6, Inters: February 2nd 6.00 – 8.00pm * Registration only *
8566 3125 or 0400 7600 10
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Need Help? Contact 83463255 Meeting: Friday's - C.W.A. Building Kapunda - 8pm.
The Plant People S.A. & Bulbs 2 you
SPACELINE CARAVAN Pop-top. 16' x 7'6", 2001. Reg. YDY-707 Ex. cond. inside & out, well looked after. Including roller awning plus full annexe, towing aids, reverse cycle A/C, microwave, new inner spring mattress, 3 way fridge / freezer, electric brakes. $24,000 neg. Private sale - Tanunda. Ph: 0413186217
CHIROPRACTOR. Dr Kana Nathan 39 Murray St, Angaston. Consulting Saturdays Ph. 85642882 CIVIL CELEBRANT - Angela Nielsen Ceremonies designed for you. Marriages, namings, committment and renewal of vows. Ph: 0408107940 or 85642773 LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown STONE MASONRY SERVICES. Repointing, structural, features int & ext. garden, retaining, drystone styles. Ph: 0467272503
It’s our Annual PLANT SALE!
FORD '66 Mustang Coupe. Good condition. Reconditioned C5 trans. 289 V8, Lots of new parts. S192ABB $28,000 ono. Ph: Kevin 0402073212
CARAVANS, TRAILERS &
CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309
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Applications are invited for a 12 month maternity leave position to provide library and Council customer services across our 5 library locations. We are seeking a customer focused person with a strong interest in library services and an understanding of Council customer service. Some regular evening and weekend hours are required. The position requires; • Demonstrated enthusiasm and understanding of quality library and Council customer service principles and the ability to engage with a diverse community. • Demonstrated knowledge of library operations and services and the role of libraries in supporting and encouraging reading and access to information. • Demonstrated computing skills, including experience using PC applications, library and finance systems, internet, basic PC troubleshooting, social media and use of photocopiers and office equipment. Applicants are to provide a cover letter, a brief response to the Specialist Knowledge and Skills sectionprovided in the position description and a CV as part of their application. Remuneration is in accordance with the SA Municipal Salaried Officers Award and The Barossa Council Enterprise Agreement, Level 2. A Position Description can be found on our website www.barossa.sa.gov.au. Further information can be obtained from Tania Paull, Senior Coordinator - Library Services via telephone (08) 8563 8448. Written applications should be sent in confidence to: The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa 5355 or email email@example.com by 5pm Friday 6 January 2012.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT Pursuant to Section 38 (5) of the Development Act, 1993
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ordinary meeting of the Light Regional Council Development Assessment Panel has been rescheduled from 11 January 2012 to 25 January 2012.
Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with the Council for a development assessment. Details of the appplication are as follows:DEVELOPMENT NO. 313/408/2011 APPLICANT Nitschke Chaff & Freight ADDRESS PO Box 604 GREENOCK SA 5360 NATURE OF THE Extension to existing hay DEVELOPMENT processing shed measuring 27m x 16.5m x 6.7m wall height (non-complying) SUBJECT OF LAND Branson Road GREENOCK, Lot 500 DP 16274, Hd Nuriootpa CERTIFICATE OF Volume 5418 Folio 23 TITLE
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The position is full-time and includes secretarial and other duties as required. Applications in writing with resumé and references to Oliver Portway at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or PO Box 60, Tanunda 5352, by Friday, 6 January 2012.
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The application may be examined at the Offices of the Council located at 93 Main Street, Kapunda and 12 Hanson Street, Freeling, during normal business hours and any person or body affected may make relevant representations in writing concerning this application to reach the General Manager Development and Regulatory Services at PO Box 72, Kapunda SA 5373 not later than 5.00pm on Wednesday, 11 January 2012. Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission. Please note that, pursuant to Section 38 (8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the applicant for a written response. Karen Mitrovic AUTHORISED OFFICER DATE: 21 December 2011
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CHAP is a successful community-based organisation providing in-home services to support frail older people, younger people with disabilities and their carers across the Barossa, Gawler, Lower North, Wakefield Plains and Yorke Peninsula regions of South Australia. CHAP is recognised as a leader in its field. CHAP has three Regional Offices located in Nuriootpa (including Administration), Clare and Maitland. Team Leader, Nuriootpa We are seeking suitably qualified applicants for this exciting position. As Team Leader, Nuriootpa you will be responsible for leading a team of coordinators, who undertake assessment and case management of clients for community based aged care services and the brokering of independent contractors. The successful applicant will have a client caseload and work with the Manager Operations in the leadership and management of the team to provide quality customer focussed services in response to local community needs. The successful applicant will have: • proven experience and leadership ability, within a health or human services organisation. • proven effective HR and resources management and a range of personal attributes including excellent communication and negotiation skills and a commitment to quality client centred service provision. • reasonable knowledge of contemporary State & Commonwealth policy direction, legislation, and issues within the aged care industry. • a high level of integrity and commitment to achieve CHAP’s objectives and work within its values. Remuneration and conditions of employment are as per the Social, Community and Disability Services Industry Award (Level 5) and the Country Home Advocacy Project Enterprise Agreement. This is a full time position but 0.8 FTE can be negotiated prior to appointment to the position. Attractive salary sacrifice options are available to CHAP employees. CHAP offers flexible working arrangements negotiable prior to appointment to the position. A Job and Person Specification is available on our website: www.chap.org.au Enquiries and applications should be directed to Kath Hampel, Manager Operations, Phone 8565 8107 and email email@example.com Applications close Friday January 13th, 2012
Rural Property Addressing Changes to road names within The Barossa Council Eﬀecve 1 February 2012 Exisng (or previous road name)
New Road Name
Peramangk Road, Nuriootpa
From Old Kapunda Road to new freight Route Extension
Moppa Road South
Millers Road, Moculta
Duck Ponds Road North to boundary with Mid Murray Council
Peggys Hill Road, Flaxmans Valley
Boundary Road with Mid Murray Council
Peggy Hill Road
Mount Karinya Road, Moculta
Keyneton Road to boundary with Mid Murray Council
Cromer School Road, Cromer
Cromer Road (The Barossa Council) to Cromer Road (Adelaide Hills Council) boundary
Plumb Quarry Road, Williamstown
Para Wirra Road to boundary with City of Playford
Humbug Scrub Road
Springton to Jutland Road, Springton
Enre length from William Street, Springton
Springton to Cookes Hill Road, Springton
Enre length from Eden Valley Road
Cookes Hill Road
Springton to Williamstown Road, Springton/Williamstown
From Warren Road to L Staricks Road
From L Staricks Road to Miller Street
Flaxmans Valley Road, Angaston
North from Heggies Range Road to Eden Valley Road (DTEI)
Un-named road west of Barossa Valley Way, Tanunda
Opposite Riﬂe Range Road
Riﬂe Range Road West
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WINNERS of the Kapunda Christmas Street Party Incorporated raffle drawn 16 /12/2011 at the Christmas Street Party. 1st prize Steve Wall; 2nd Leah Aplin; 3rd H. Shearing; 4th J. Colledge; 5th Mahalia Hill; 6th Bev Mickan; 7th Leeza c/- North Kapunda Hotel; 8th Lecons Family; 9th Barb White;10th Janet Hazel; 11th Colin Bolt; 12th Natalie Schmidt. Thank you to everyone for purchasing tickets and the generous businesses for donating the prizes for our Kapunda Christmas Street Party raffle. WH1780293
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SHOWCASING OUR LOCAL HEROES
Adelaide Plains and Barossa Veterans Played at Barossa Golf Course sponsored by J Raynor. A grade 38 G Neilson 38; J Ball 38; T Pearson. Ball winners 37 L Williams; 36 L Hampel; 36 J Ryan; 36 B Lythgoe; 36 J Pengilly; 35 F Altmann; 34 Dean Butler; 34 M Marcus; 34 V Zitto; 34 R Grigg. B grade 39 M Reynolds; 37 H Jeske; 36 T Lehmann. Ball winners 35 D Dowsett; 35 S Demaria; 35 G Johnson; 34 C Sims; 34 R Hargrave; 33 B Stewart; 33 K Robinson. C grade 38 F Trimboli; 38 J Clark; 36 V Cozzitorto. Ball winners 34 G Brown; 34 J Curtin; 34 Bill Sims; 33 C Sharpe; 33 D Kaisler; 32 B Milne; 32 L Zbierski. Annual trophy winner T Dowling. BAROSSA Christmas Ambrose Men’s winner: A Tagg, A Steinart, A Maynard, K Obst 52.375, r/u B Weedon, K Winton, P Graetz, D Venning 54.625. Mixed winner: K Turnbull, S Turnbull, T Turnbull, G Bethune 54.625. Ladies: M Dunn, B Both, J Bird 65.5 NTP 3rd Z Fuller; 4th Z Fuller; 6th P Taylor; 10th N Ward; 12th K Obst; Chicken Nest Z Fuller; 17th B Weedon. Long drives: A grade D Geyer; B grade A McAuliffe; C grade G McDonald. Midweek Allan Graham Trophy stableford competition winner P Steele 39, r/u M O’Brien 38. Ball winners: Z Fuller 37, D Oats 37, K Turnbull 36, D Jaensch 36. NTP 6th D Venning; 15th M Bogan. 4BBB: P Steele, D Jaensch 46. GAWLER Wednesday Ladies. The winner of the Kingsford Hotel stableford event was Kay Korber on a countback from Robyn Sullivan with 34 points. NTP 4th K Korber; 11th R Sullivan. Birdies: K Korber x2, L Polito 6th. Thursday. Craig Swinstead’s 68 held up for a win from Neil Heinrich 69 and Phil Marsden was third on a countback with 70. Ball winners: G Barber 70, R Malone 70, B Pipe, D Dare, B Marsh, A Preston, J Griffiths, W J Martin, P Roach, A Jeffery all 73. NTP 4th C Scott (Elders); 6th P Heffernan (Spencer Flooring); 11th R Clarke (Elders). Birdie balls: D Dare, J Cook, C Scott, H Smits, B Marsh, R Clarke. In a rare effort three eagles were scored on the one day by K Morse and A Jeffery on the 1st and G Barber on the 9th. Midweek. Nathan Mitchell won midweek on a countback from Garry
Mcollum with 40 points. Ball winners: I Chaplin 38, B Marsh 38, M Baker 37, R Fraser 37. Birdies: J Jordan. Saturday. The wet weather didn’t dampen the diehards from competing on a challenging day for the famous Dave Gregory and Mike Barlow Trophy. We wonder if playing with the trophy donors had any bearing on Jack Vandommele winning on a countback from John Wozniak who has been due for good round for some time. A grade: C Bartholomew 39, D Butler 38, D Shepherdson 37; B grade: J Vandommele 40, J Wozniak 40, Kid Williams 39; C grade: T Dowling 37, D Harper 35, J Reaney 35; Ladies: S Francas 36. NTPs and long drives: 2nd S Porter (Uleybury Wines); 3rd long drive D Butler (St Kilda Hotel); 4th J Assender (Giannitto Hotel Group); 6th D Butler (Kingsford Hotel); 3rd shot 9th K Jarvis (Roseworthy Hotel); Fasta Pasta Long Drive 10th R Kilmier; 11th D Edwards (Hi Beam Car/Dog Wash); 14th J Vandommele (Bushmans Hotel); 16th G Donaldson (Willaston Hotel). Ball winners: T Clarkson 38, N Heinrich 38, L Chiappetta, I Monro, S Porter all 37, M Collier, P Burge. Birdie balls: G James, T O’Boyle, D Edwards, P Robinson, B Burge, B Marsh, J Assender, J Vandommele, C Bartholomew, D Shepherdson, D Butler x2. A reminder that next week’s competition is stableford playing for the Mike Yardley Trophy. Sunday. The rain didn’t stop John Agar from storming home on the back 9 to beat Bob Malone on a countback with 37 points. Ball winners: S Francas, B Santini. Birdies: C Bartholomew, J Agar, C Swinstead, G Slade. NTP 6th C Bartholomew. Wishing everyone a safe and bogeyfree Christmas. TANUNDA Saturday 2 Ball Ambro’s Ham and Turkey Day competition winning team B Grocke and F McKinley net 60. Rundown: G Lambshed/B Bailey 61.75, S Fechner/T Jenkins 63.75, A Coutie/P Stacey 65.25, C Crichton/P Giersch 65.5, B Veevers/D Goers 65.5, P Lithgow/J Hoffmann 68.25, J Blechynden/L MacKenzie 69. Long drives: A grade G Mewett; B grade P Lithgow; C grade D Cock; Ladies F Blackwell. NTP 6th B Bailey (Peter Lehmann); 8th J MacPhail (TPGB); 11th F McKinley (Langmeil); 16th P Lawrie (Rusden); 7th hole 2nd shot T Jenkins (Kalleske). Sunday Pro Shop stableford competition: R Casey 35. Men’s Midweek stableford competition: R Muir 42, R Haynes 39, J Hongell 38, S Ward 35 c/b, R Wallace 35 c/b, B Eckermann 35. NTP T George. Ladies Midweek stableford competition: S Othams 38, C Hongell 32, L Semmler 31. LD: L Semmler. Thursday Twilight stableford 9 holes competition: S Othams 10, B Andrews 7, S Blackwell 5, D MacPhail 4. MT PLEASANT Midweek stableford/Jokers competition. A grade: R Jackson 67, S McNeil 66, N Wilson 64, R Elliott 59. B grade: P Flatman 69, P Gladigau 65, G Benier 60, R Hargrave 60. Ladies stableford/Jokers competition: N Horsnell 66, C Zerk 65, L Stephens 60.
GAWLER 8-BALL Results from matches played on December 15. Overway Whos Ya Momma d Exchange Hotel 12-3; Soccer Club Eagles d Willaston Warriors 13-2; Roseworthy Blue d Smithfield Outsiders 10-5; Two Wells No Fear.Comm d Lyndoch Hotel 10-5; Two Wells Commercial d Roseworthy Shooters 8-7; XChanged d Willaston Farcues 11-4; Soccer Club Kruisers d Smithfield What The’s 8-7. Premiership Team Two Wells No Fear.Comm Overway Whos Ya Momma Roseworthy Blue Smithfield What The’s Smithfield Outsiders Soccer Club Eagles Soccer Club Kruisers XChanged Willaston Farcues Two Wells Commercial Lyndoch Hotel Exchange Hotel Roseworthy Shooters Willaston Warriors
P 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
W 7 7 7 5 5 5 5 4 4 2 2 2 1 0
L 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 4 4 6 6 6 7 8
F 79 77 75 73 71 71 64 64 48 47 44 43 43 39
A 41 43 45 47 49 49 56 56 72 73 76 75 77 81
S 14 14 14 10 10 10 10 8 8 4 4 4 2 0
Barossa and Light cricket By MIKE TEAKLE WILD weather played havoc with this week’s round of BLCA cricket. Only two A1 games got underway with the clash of the bottom two sides South Gawler and Gawler Central being called off with the result well and truly in the balance. Batting first, the Lions made a handy 6/166 thanks to strong showings from Danny Kaye (54) and Shaun Lay (29). In reply, Central reached 4/75 before play was abandoned leaving the Lions to rue a missed opportunity. At Kapunda, Sandy Creek compiled 8/184 after several players (Simon Koch 27, Bill Fuller 37, Michael Burden 27, Steve Hands 27 and K Roberts 23) got starts in building a defendable total. Rain intervened with Kapunda sitting on 1/19 and Sandy Creek missing their two opening bowlers, Launce Kent and Ali Crothers, and would have had to make do with part time seamers. One of the few games to register a result was the A3 clash between Sandy Creek Yellow and Sandy Creek Green. The derby turned out to be a non-event though as Matt Cotton 4/10 and his fellow Green bowlers demolished the Yellows for just 31 before cruising to victory with 5/126. In the A4 fixture between Greenock and Nuriootpa it came down to the Schlungers winning with just one over to spare as they chased down Nuri’s 140 with 5/144. Greenock’s Peter Nitschke took 4/30 from his eight overs and while Nuri bowler Arlon Hall’s figures of 4/21 from eight look better on paper it wasn’t enough to secure a win for the Tigers. Greenock number three Michael Obst finished unbeaten on 57 and was well supported by Daniel Lloyd (35) and Leon Keller (21) to claim the win. In A5 action, the top of the ladder clash almost saw top side Angaston upset by Greenock with only the rain saving the Blues who were 4/8 after 3.2 overs chasing Greenock’s 105. A1 Tanunda drew with Angaston. Kapunda 1/19 drew with Sandy Creek 8/184 (M G Burden 37, B N Fuller 37, S Hands 27, S
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BAROSSA 8-BALL Team P W L F Ag Breakers 3 3 0 35 10 Th Crownies 3 3 0 30 15 Ev. Vipers 3 1 2 18 27 Wreakers 3 1 2 18 27 Springton 3 1 2 15 30 Big Balls 3 0 3 19 26 Results: Breakers d Vipers 10-5; Crownies d Springton 11-4; Wreakers
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T Koch 27, T Barnes 3/29, R Johnson 2/25). Nuriootpa drew with Gilbert Valley. South Gawler 6/166 (D Kaye 54, S M Lay 29) drew with Gawler Central 4/75 (L T Mitchell 2/18, M Sims 2/31). A1 Reserves Eudunda-Robertstown drew with Truro. Greenock drew with Freeling. Light Pass drew with Lyndoch. A2 Sandy Creek 2/46 (N A Gum 26) drew with South Gawler 9/128 (G Roberts 31, N A Gum 2/23, R Muirhead 2/28). Angaston 0/43 drew with Greenock 134 (B Usher 28, A Rogers 3/9, C Doecke 2/16, S J Doecke 2/19, S Collings 2/28). Gawler Central drew with Light Pass. Tanunda drew with Nuriootpa. A3 Freeling drew with Tanunda. Gawler Central drew with Gilbert Valley. Lyndoch drew with Kapunda. Truro drew with Nuriootpa. Sandy Creek Yellow 31 (J Power 4/5, M P Cotton 4/10, G Hinderwell 2/14) def by Sandy Creek Green 5/126 (D R Ireland 41, M Chomik 39*, J Hicks 3/34). A4 Lyndoch drew with Tanunda. Freeling drew with Kapunda. Greenock 5/144 (M Obst 57*, D Lloyd 35) def by Nuriootpa 140 (P Nitschke 4/20, M Ferrier 2/5, M Obst 2/28). Mallala 5/62 (S Dawe 2/9) drew with Gawler Central 102 (P Cameron 35, T Cawrse 2/4, B Wilson 2/4, W S Rudd 2/5, W Farrelly 2/16). A5 Angaston 4/8 (T Bishop 2/4) drew with Greenock 105 (K Hammerling 27, S Hansen 26*, M J Lightburn 4/28, C M Schultz 3/12). Light Pass drew with EudundaRobertstown 3/56 (M Laubsch 2/7). Gilbert Valley v South Gawler. Under 16 Angaston 34 (J Harvey 4/8, T Stansborough 4/10) def by Gawler Central Black 1/96 (J Grindlay 32*, T Stansborough 25*). Gawler Central Gold 89 (B Swan 61, H Kirvan 5/10, H M Moss 3/17) v Freeling. Sandy Creek Gold had a bye. Greenock 88 (K Hammerling 33, C Ireland 3/13, D Moore 2/21) v Nuriootpa/Light Pass. Sandy Creek Green drew with Kapunda. South Gawler 165 (T Panagiotou 69, J Millar 28, B Dankiewicz 28, R Konzag 2/22, N Goudie 2/27, B Wilson 2/34) v Mallala/Lyndoch. Under 14. Freeling 6/88 v Gawler Central. Eudunda-Robertstown v Angaston 97 (S Morris 3/5, D Grosser 2/6, A Nietschke 2/8, B Launer 2/8). Kapunda 3/237 drew with Sandy Creek 6/112 (J Billing 29*). Lyndoch 5/117 (M Dalliston 25*) drew with South Gawler 0/0. Tanunda 1/27 drew with Gilbert Valley 59 (A Radzevicius 3/4, B Biagi 2/2, N Burton 2/7, A Pomeroy 2/17). Nuriootpa had a bye. Under 12. Tanunda Black v Lyndoch. Sandy Creek 8/92 (K Hayter 2/7) def by Eudunda-Robertstown 2/76. Gilbert Valley Maroon v South Gawler. Light Pass v Greenock. Mallala 31 (J Hoklas 3/1, J Gray 3/2, B Dahlitz 3/4, C Fielke 2/1, J Birchard 2/3) and 6/0 def by Tanunda White 5/14. Nuriootpa v Gawler Central. Gilbert Valley Blue had a bye. Angaston v Gilbert Valley Red.
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KAPUNDA Conditions weren’t too bad when the early morning players arrived at Kidman Links for last Saturday’s Ron Turnbull’s Kapunda Foodworks stableford round. Unfortunately these didn’t last long and the wind and rain gradually got worse through the morning only to fine up just as the pm players were teeing off. Although the rain may have eased the wind continued to blow making scoring difficult for those players as well. The decision by Graeme and Inge Smith to spend the morning shopping rather than golfing seemed to pay off, at least for Graeme anyway. For the second time in three weeks he managed to top the field, albeit with a much lower score of 39 points. Maybe this time he will see a more substantial drop in his handicap. The A-graders seemed to score better than the rest of the field and Pete Morrison had the better of the countback with Jamie Lindeblaad. Both finished with creditable 38 point totals, just the one ahead of Mark Pettigrew who was a further shot up on Greg “Bully” Higgins and Ian Clarke. Bully’s chip in eagle on the par 5 10th for a lazy five points certainly helped his cause. The B grade was also a closely contested affair resulting in a threeway countback on 34 points. Jim Wilson was the successful winner ahead of Mick Hennesey and Sal Hambour. Captain Scottie Earle had 33. In the C grade a couple of veterans also squared off in a countback. With one player hitting off in the am and the other at lunchtime it could be said the conditions turned out equally as tough either way. “Sir” Don Kaesler had a welcome return to the winner’s circle ahead of Dave Perry with 35 points. It was a long way back to the rest of the bunch who failed to make 30 points. Of the three fillies who ventured out, Janet made it a memorable day for the Morrisons with her very good 37 points being too good for Inge and Tine. Wednesday’s twilight comp once again attracted almost 50 starters and the ante was raised higher again. This time it was part timer Kelly Lange who managed to clean up with a ‘pb’ of 26 points. The handicapper will put her back in her place for tonight’s run. Giving it a fair crack to catch her was young Kyle Hayter who was the best of the “golfers” on 24 points. Sam Owen seems to be enjoying the walk around hitting a golf ball again and finished up with 23 points of his own. The leading lady was a visitor from the neighbouring plains with Faye Reese scoring a very nice 21 points. Young Will Crockett was the leading junior. Don’t forget tomorrow (Thursday) is the Milton Martin and Greg Jones Ham and Turkey day. A shotgun start is planned for around 9am (I think). Next Saturday there will be a comp for those who want some exercise prior to their Christmas pig out. Rod Fuller will sponsor a 4BBB stableford round for interested parties. If you haven’t already organised a partner, there are generally a few strays around looking for a game. I believe there will also be a clubsponsored stableford comp on the holiday Monday after Christmas.
As this will be the last much read Kapunda golf report before the big fella in the red suit does his rounds, on behalf of the committee and members of Kapunda Golf Club I would like to wish all and sundry a very merry, joyous and safe Christmas and happy and equally safe New Year. All the best until next time. Turnbull Foodworks Trophy stableford competition winner G Smith 39. A grade: P Morrison 38, J Lindeblad 38, M Pettigrew 37, G Higgins 36, I Clark 36, J Higgins 35. B grade: J Wilson, M Hennessey, G Hambour all 34, S Earle 33, B Menzel 32. C grade: D Kaesler 35, D Perry 35, T Symons 29, B Lambert 28, J Kerrigan 28. Ladies: J Morrison 37, I Smith 27, T Perry 25.
SHOWCASING OUR LOCAL HEROES
Barossa, Light and Gawler tennis Senior results Division One No matches played. Division Two Tod Street 7-7-74 def by 9-9-86 Willaston. Division Three Willaston Blue 8-8-73 def 8-8-72 Willaston United. On a trying day for playing tennis Willaston Blue recorded the narrowest of wins over Willaston United 8 sets 73 to 8 sets 72. After starting the day off with mixed doubles, which was a well received format change, both teams had won two sets each. After the singles scores were still deadlocked at six sets each, it all came down to the doubles, with both teams winning two sets each. The result was despite the valiant efforts of Willaston United’s mixed double combination Vicki Smith and Garry Townsend winning 7-6 against Jason Rozman and Alanna Mitchell of Willaston Blue. For all things tennis in Gawler go to www.gawlertennis.com.au.
Barossa and Light juniors Division Three: Tanunda White 0-0-0 drew Angaston 0-0-0; Lyndoch v Kapunda; Moculta 2-2-12 def Tanunda Black 0-0-6; Nuriootpa 0-0-0 drew Tanunda Silver 0-0-0. Division Four: Tanunda Silver 0-0-0 drew Tanunda White 0-0-0; Nuriootpa 0-0-0 drew Lyndoch 0-0-0; Angaston 0-0-0 drew Tanunda Black 0-0-0; Kapunda 0-0-0 drew Vine Vale 0-0-0. Division Five: Keyneton 0-0-1 drew Marananga 0-0-3; Tanunda 0-0-0 drew Kapunda 0-0-0; Angaston 0-0-0 drew Freeling 0-0-0; Lyndoch bye. Division Six: Tanunda White had bye; Vine Vale Green 0-0-0 drew Kapunda Red 0-0-0; Freeling 0-0-0 drew Tanunda Black 0-0-0; Kapunda Black v Angaston; Nuriootpa 0-0-0 drew Vine Vale White 0-0-0. Division Seven (Green Ball): Tanunda Black 0-0-0 drew Nuriootpa 0-0-0; Vine Vale Green 0-0-0 drew Angaston Blue 0-0-0; Angaston White 0-0-0 drew Vine Vale White 00-0; Kapunda 0-0-0 drew Freeling 00-0; Keyneton 0-0-3 drew Tanunda White 0-0-7; Tanunda Silver 6-6-36 def Vine Vale Black 0-0-0. Reminder: Results and premiership tables can be accessed on the web http://www.tennis.com.au/sa/competi tions
GDTA juniors Note: Junior tournament is being held on January 2,3 and 4. Boys Division Three Round 8: Trinity College Gold 0-0 drew Trinity College Blue 0-0 (drawn: 6-0); Riverton 3-30 def Willaston 326; Xavier Saints 4-24 def Lutheran St Georges 2-18. Girls Division Three Round 8: Riverton 3-23 def Tod Street 3-22; Trinity College 0-0 drew Lutheran St Georges 0-0 (drawn: 6-0).
Boys Division Four Round 8: Roseworthy 0-0 drew Willaston 0-0 (drawn: 6-0); Xavier Saints Rust 5-33 def Xavier Saints Black 1-18. Girls Division Four Round 8: Trinity College Gold 3-28 def Trinity College Blue 3-23; Lutheran St Georges 4-33 def Trinity College Red 2-17; Xavier Saints 6-36 def Willaston 0-6. Boys Division Five Round 8: Trinity College Gold 4-28 def Trinity College Red 2-26.
Whackits 8-62 d Keyneton 4-52. Wednesday Night Red: Tanunda Down Under 12-73 d VVTC Bottles 017; Lyndoch Leftovers 10-73 d The Bye 2-44; Toyota Cruisers 7-55 d Angaston Panthers 5-48; Gibson Wines 9-71 d Nuri Chasers 3-48. Wednesday Night White: Match Fixers 11-73 d What a Racquet 1-30; Team Racket 6-60 d Hermansberg 655; Stablemates 11-69 d Loose Cannons 1-41; Rebels 10-64 d Mixers 2-41. Wednesday Night Blue: Angaston Blues 8-55 d Havin a Ball 4-39; Tiggers 8-61 d Parrots 4-42; Manooknas 9-65 d Making a Racquet 3-41.
Night tennis Monday Night Red/White: Freeling Outsiders 12-72 d Angaston All Stars 0-15; Via Allendale 6-56 d Barossa Blues 6-50; Cana’balls 12-73 d Maranock 0-26; Woodies 12-72 d Kapunda 0-16; Gully Breezes 7-57 d Peckers 5-51. Monday Night Blue: Nuts 4 Tennis 1065 d Whose Fault 2-35; Freeling Extras 8-58 d Jacobs Creek 4-38; The
Thursday Morning Ladies Vine Vale White 6-36 def Angaston on forfeit; Freeling 5-35 def Nuriootpa 1-11; Marananga Movers 4-32 def Vine Vale Viognier 2-19; Tanunda Shiraz 5-34 def Maranaga Marvels 116; Tanunda Grenache had a bye.
Barossa and Light Tennis Association premierships Juniors Division Three R Team P 1 Angaston 9 2 Nuriootpa 8 3 Moculta 8 4 Tanunda White 8 5 Kapunda 8 6 Tanunda Silver 5 7 Lyndoch 7 8 Tanunda Black 9 Juniors Division Four R Team P 1 Tanunda Black 9 2 Nuriootpa 9 3 Lyndoch 9 4 Tanunda Silver 9 5 Kapunda 9 6 Angaston 9 7 Tanunda White 9 8 Vine Vale 9 Juniors Division Five R Team P 1 Angaston 7 2 Kapunda 8 3 Marananga 8 4 Lyndoch 7 5 Freeling 8 6 Tanunda 8 7 Keyneton 8 Juniors Division Six R Team P 1 Freeling 7 2 Kapunda Red 8 3 Vine Vale Green 8 4 Tanunda Black 7 5 Vine Vale White 8 6 Nuriootpa 8 7 Angaston 7 8 Tanunda White 8 9 Kapunda Black 7
Bye 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0
W 7 7 5 4 2 2 1 0
D 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1
L 0 0 3 3 5 3 6 8
SF 44.5 35.5 28 23.5 18.5 15.5 11 9.5
SA 5 11 18 21 26 14 31 39
GF 260 248 215 182 160 140 135 111
GA 107 163 185 183 204 130 229 250
W 6 6 5 4 3 3 0 0
D 2 2 3 2 3 1 3 2
L 1 1 1 3 3 5 6 7
SF 38 35 29 32 29 24 20 9
SA 9 13 17 15 17 27 27 41
GF 216 212 190 187 171 179 156 116
GA 117 138 163 152 161 220 213 263
Pts 59 57 47 45 39 35 19 9
Bye 2 1 1 2 1 1 1
W 6 4 3 3 2 1 1
D 1 2 2 0 3 3 3
L 0 2 3 4 3 4 4
SF 29 22 25 20 23 23 20
SA 10 21 17 22 19 19 24
GF 183 167 159 170 163 144 167
GA 121 174 138 183 174 167 196
Pts 52 37 35 32 31 27 26
Bye 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
W 6 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 0
D 0 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1
L 1 1 3 1 3 3 4 6 6
SF 28.5 33 27 27 23 18.5 19 15 13
SA 13 9 18 10 21 24 22 30 26
GF 203 195 180 168 184 137 157 151 132
GA 145 97 167 122 198 182 196 213 187
Pts 52 51 42 42 35 29 28 18 12
Thursday Morning Ladies Team Pts Vine Vale White 55 Freeling 46 Marananga Movers 44 Vine Vale Viognier 35 Tanunda Shiraz 34 Angaston 33 Nuriootpa 18 Tanunda Grenache 17 Marananga Marvels 6
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By ROBERT LAIDLAW GAWLER Rangers hit a road block in the chase for a top four berth with a 3-9 loss to top Division Three baseball team Kensington, an eightrun push in the rain proving fatal. After conceding a run at the top of the first inning, the Rangers levelled in the bottom half of the frame when lead-off man Dylan Winning singled and scored on Ricky Clark’s hit. Kensington failed to score in the second inning, with Gawler taking control with a pair of runs in response, after James Parker singled and Mark Amphlett walked, both scoring when Winning sacrificed and Andre Benjamin hit. Rain had been threatening all game and in the third inning the skies opened up, with Kensington going on a rampage scoring eight runs. Gawler was able to bat in the bottom half of the third frame, with rain still tumbling down, but was retired in order, with the umpires ending the game on 75 minutes, the minimum time required for an official game. After the Christmas break, Gawler Rangers take on second-placed Goodwood Indians at Goodwood. A six-run first inning laid the foundation of the Rangers 10-0 victory over East Torrens in Division Five baseball. With Dean Richards tying the
Torrens batters up for three innings from the mound and Adam Soar continuing the shut-out through the final two frames, the Rangers were in control throughout the game. The highlight of the first inning was back-to-back doubles from Dave O’Brien and Darren Unger, while Steve Allen batted 1000 on the day with three hits and a walk. Gawler’s C grade side was close without tasting success against East Torrens, losing 5-7 after the Redsox scored all of their runs in the third inning of the five-frame game. Josh Mayfield pitched well in the first two frames and Ben Grima shut Torrens out in the last two innings. The Rangers under 14s lost 5-10 to Golden Grove Central Districts, scoring twice in the first inning and three times in their final at bat. In its worst performance of the season, Gawler’s other under 14 team went down 3-23 to undefeated West Torrens, all three scores coming in the third frame after hits from the Bergen twins, James and Mark. Little League Majors played well with all players contributing with the bat in a 15-2 victory over Woodville, Declan Gillard-Martin hitting his first home run, a threerun shot. The Little League Minors had a strong 10-3 win over Port Adelaide, Jackson Pike pitching a shutout inning and collecting two hits, while Hunter Powell hit a home run.
Division Three Kensington 1 0 8 -9 Gawler Rangers 1 2 0 -3 Hits: Andre Benjamin 2, Dylan Winning, Ricky Clark, James Parker. Division Five Gawler Rangers 10 d East Torrens 0. Hits - Steve Allen 3, Dean Richards 2, James Sheekey 2, Dave O’Brien 2, Jimmy Hope, Trevor Norley, Darren Unger. Division Seven East Torrens 7 d Gawler Rangers 5. Hits - Ben Grima, Steven Nemeth, Graham Fischer, Trevor Norley. Under 14 GGCD 10 d Gawler Rangers 5. Hits - Sebastian Benn, Michael O’Connor, James Gillard-Martin. West Torrens 23 d Gawler Rangers B 3. Hits - James Bergen, Mark Bergen, Zac Allen, Riley Holland. Little League Majors Gawler Rangers 15 d Woodville 2. Hits - Jack Jenkins 3, Zakeray Heintze-Unger 2, Alex Smethurst 2, Brodie Ewen 2, Declan Gillard-Martin 2 (hr), Cooper Amphlett, Matthew Young, Sebastain HeintzeUnger. Little League Minors Gawler Rangers 10 d Port Adelaide 3. Hits - Jackson Pike 2, Hunter Powell (hr), Link Ryan, Wyatt Ryan, Cooper Wilson, Bailey Smith, Camero Keon. Next games:
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The Herald Bowls Report Barossa and Light results Results for Saturday Pennants - December 17 Division One Freeling 76 v Angaston 96. L Ryan 11 v B Teakle 32; G Fergusson 19 v B Bowden 26; C Kearns 25 v J Standish 24; H Sykes 21 v D Jaunay 14. Nuriootpa 94 v Kapunda 85. G Langley 12 v R Rogers 35; R Walker 23 v I Otterspoor 16; R Grope 32 v G Redden 16; T Billing 27 v M Dew 18. Tanunda 102 v Eudunda 42. B Pech 28 v J Hanns 8; R Schneider 25 v M Schulz 9; P Rost 20 v B Warner 20; C Mahoney 29 v P Eva 5. Lyndoch - bye. Division Two Angaston White 60 v Nuriootpa Gold 69. B Tuttle 24 v P Buckley 22; C Tabe 17 v N Collyer 23; D Armstrong 19 v I Klaebe 24. Freeling 60 v Tanunda White 66. B Schuster 23 v T Ratsch 25; G Maynard 25 v E Allanson 23; R Ratsch 12 v M Hurst 18. Lyndoch 96 v Tanunda Black 64. M Launer 33 v P Secker 18; R Allan 23 v A Price 33; R Prime 30 v D Meertens 13. Nuriootpa Black 84 v Kapunda 57. C Baker 25 v K Matthews 21; T Elix 22 v P Maitland 21; T Gibbons 37 v T Leslie 15. Angaston Blue - bye. Division Three Angaston 65 v Eudunda 75. I Philp 25 v G Schutz 21; E Bond 18 v F Schmidt 31; C Vereyken 22 v R Hams 23. Kapunda Black 64 v Nuriootpa Black 55. J Baldwin snr 19 v K Harrison 19; C Reardon 23 v P Jones 15; K Dooley 22 v P Collyer 21. Lyndoch 67 v Freeling 68. D Turvey 13 v W Pitt 31; C Turner 30 v K Bettens 12; J Allwood 24 v L Goedecke 25. Tanunda 49 v Nuriootpa Gold 54. J Miegel 21 v J Mattner 16; D Goodwin 6 v N Nolan 20; C Graetz 22 v M Sims 18. Kapunda Red - bye. Results for Thursday Pennants - December 15. Angaston Blue 55 v Kapunda Red 64. B Teakle 24 v P Voumard 20; C Tabe 16 v C Sunman 23; M Hurn 15 v B O’Reilly 21. Eudunda 41 v Freeling 84. J Willoughby 22 v C Kearns 23; B Mader 16 v J Grantham 25; K Laucke 3 v I MacFarlane 36.
For all the club reports go to our website:
www.barossaherald.com.au and follow the link in sport. And check out the bowls photos in sports gallery. Lyndoch Blue 63 v Lyndoch Gold 49. B Allen 19 v J Sharrett 18; B Howell 23 v D Hausler 17; M Launer 21 v K Boyle 14. Nuriootpa Black 64 v Tanunda White 48. C Baker 22 v P Secker 13; T Elix 22 v R Schnieder 14; T Billing 20 v A Price 21. Nuriootpa Green 57 v Angaston White 59. W Williams 27 v D Armstrong 14; I Klaebe 18 v T Edwards 12; R Garrett 12 v F Thomas 33. Nuriootpa Gold 59 v Kapunda Black 65. R Chapman 21 v T Rae 18; R Walker 23 v G Redden 18; T Gibbons 15 v R Rogers 29. Tanunda Black 69 v Nuriootpa Blue 65. D Heidenreich 28 v P Rosenberg 16; J Garrett 22 v P Buckley 26; C Mahoney 19 v B Randall 23. Ladies Kapunda 67 v Freeling 60.75. S Franks 15 v D Johansen 21; C Holmes 19 v K Swanson 10; C Reardon 20 v L Mullins 12.75; C Doecke 13 v J Dunbar 17. Lyndoch 89 v Tanunda 71. V Reeves 21 v G Woods 19; P Sharrett 17 v M Meertens 16; G McLeod 32 v D Light 16; D Jones 19 v M Hurst 20. Nuriootpa 102 v Angaston 67. D Baker 32 v L Lablack 15; P Jones 26 v G Armstrong 15; M Elix 26 v L Teakle 14; M Nolan 18 v E Argent 23. Eudunda - bye.
Teams for January 7. FREELING Division One - bye. Division Two v Lyndoch at Lyndoch: Phil Waldegrave, D Johansen, L Swanson, G Maynard; R Ratsch, S Ryan, J Wright, F Hines; J Fidge, S Sloan, K Price, B Schuster. Division Three v Nuriootpa Gold at Freeling: O Howson, C Trestrail, D Jamieson, K Bettens; A Drury, P Erskine, W Pitt, G Holmes; P Fryer, W Rivett, D Schirmer, L Goedecke. Reserves: Pam Waldegrave, P Heinjus, G Thompson. Midweek v Tanunda White at Freeling: K Bettens, T Mullins, J Grantham; B Schuster, T Heinjus, I McFarlane; J Johansen, J Morris, C Kearns. Reserves: J Fidge, Phil Waldegrave, W Pitt.
TWO UP: Nuriootpa’s Geoff Langley (left) signalling during an end against Kapunda in Division One watched by opposing skipper Ron Rogers.
Premiership tables DIVISION ONE Team
Nuriootpa Tanunda Freeling Lyndoch Angaston Kapunda Eudunda
12 12 12 12 12 12 12
7 6 6 5 4 2 2
0 0 1 0 1 0 0
3 3 3 4 4 7 8
1 2 1 2 2 2 2
1 1 1 1 1 1 0
907 958 957 832 807 770 817
917 701 875 818 829 911 997
-10 257 82 14 -22 -141 -180
49.73 57.75 52.24 50.42 49.33 45.81 45.04
159 146 142 118 111 62 54
DIVISION TWO Team
Angaston Blue Nuriootpa Gold Nuriootpa Black Tanunda White Tanunda Black Kapunda Lyndoch Angaston White Freeling
11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11
6 6 6 6 5 4 4 2 0
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
1 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 9
2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1
641 614 642 695 631 654 651 581 518
525 484 595 657 651 597 693 647 712
116 130 47 38 -20 57 -42 -66 -194
54.97 55.92 51.90 51.41 49.22 52.27 48.44 47.31 42.13
125 123 113 105 95 90 86 65 34
DIVISION THREE Team
Nuriootpa Gold Kapunda Red Tanunda Kapunda Black Eudunda Nuriootpa Black Freeling Lyndoch Angaston
11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11
9 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 1
0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
0 1 3 4 5 5 7 6 8
1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1
696 622 563 641 613 622 621 561 553
500 504 524 560 629 626 696 694 704
196 118 39 81 -16 -4 -75 -133 -151
58.19 55.24 51.77 53.37 49.36 49.84 47.16 44.71 43.99
148 129 106 99 88 84 68 68 46
Kapunda Black Tanunda Black Nuriootpa Gold Nuriootpa Green Freeling Kapunda Red Lyndoch Blue Nuriootpa Black Lyndoch Gold Tanunda White Angaston Blue Angaston White Nuriootpa Blue Eudunda
11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11
10 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 3 2 1
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
703 671 715 641 601 645 594 670 566 644 634 572 636 478
590 541 610 568 551 620 609 607 607 664 657 722 671 753
113 130 105 73 50 25 -15 63 -41 -20 -23 -150 -35 -275
54.37 55.36 53.96 53.02 52.17 50.99 49.38 52.47 48.25 49.24 49.11 44.20 48.66 38.83
142 118 105 103 102 100 96 94 83 81 73 55 54 26
Nuriootpa Kapunda Lyndoch Eudunda Tanunda Freeling Angaston
11 11 11 11 11 11 11
7 6 5 4 4 3 3
1 1 0 0 0 0 0
1 2 2 2 2 1 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
840 689 705 682 676 692 764
677 665 680 721 685 758 808
163 24 25 -39 -9 -66 -44
55.38 50.89 50.90 48.61 49.66 47.72 48.60
171 161 137 123 121 95 94
1 3 5 4 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 7 8 10
2 2 4 5 5 7 7
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Philip Duffield - Hamley Bridge Where have you played your lawn bowls? Hamley Bridge - it’s my first year.
What is your most important attribute? Quiet and well-mannered. Who is a character at the club and why? Harry Frencken - always has an answer for everything and laughable comments. Who is the best player you have played with and against? This is my first year and have only played eight matches. Best player would be my skipper John Bell. Against would be Darcy Rex, a Division One player, who we played against in club pairs. Major influence in your lawn bowls: My grandparents and father who were keen bowlers. Who are your sporting idols? Don’t have any.
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Any superstitions? No.
Greatest moment and disappointment? Greatest - birth of children. Disappointment - children growing up and all the problems they create.
What event has inspired or amazed you? Got talked in to filling in for first match, enjoyed it and continued playing.
How would you spend a million dollars? Buy more farming land and a new set of bowls.
If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? High electricity, fuel and water prices and water issues in relation to the Murray Darling Basin.
What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Tennis - because of the high prizemoney and to display my athletic qualities.
Pet hates on the bowls rink? Excessive noise and taunts from an isolated few. Favourite actor and movie? None in particular.
If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? My wife Cheryl otherwise we would miss each other and my children Allison, Timothy and Claire.
THE Mid North squad for the 2012 SACA Country Carnival is made up entirely of players from the Barossa and Light Cricket Association. The carnival, played in Adelaide between February 6 and 9 pits our boys against the cream of SA’s country cricketers. The squad is: • Riley Barker (South Gawler); Mitch Boschen (Tanunda); Ben Burgess (Angaston); Brett Burgess (Angaston); Christian G a t t e r m a y r (Tanunda); Andrew Kokot (Sandy Creek); John Lienert (Nuriootpa); Ben Perkins (Nuriootpa); Scott Rathjen (Angaston); Corey Roberts (Sandy Creek); Tristan Schwartzkopff (Tanunda); Luke Steinborner (Nuriootpa); James
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WITH no significant player departures from last year, Angaston are on the front foot, actively recruiting. The Panthers have signed 184 cm forward/defender Mark Ruwoldt from Glenelg. Ruwoldt was a crucial component of the Tigers’ reserves premiership side in 2011 and with 100 league games under his belt in seven seasons at the Bay his experience will be vital. “We’re pretty happy to get Mark,” Craig Hadden, Angaston coach said. “We’ve got a couple of other guys that we’re talking to at the moment but like all clubs nothing is finalised yet.” At the other end of the scale, the departure lounge at Gawler Central is pretty full with Kirk Heberle and Sean Brading joining Scott Hahn and Casey Thomas as outs. No word yet on new arrivals at Central but stay tuned for updates
early in 2012. Heberle’s exit is a blow to the atmosphere around the league as the colourful utility is one of the true characters in the game. The big fella is heading to Hamley Bridge to take a position as a playing assistant coach with the Bombers in search of a new challenge. “It’s hard to leave Gawler Central but I wanted to do something to reinvigorate myself,” Heberle said. “I’m interested in coaching so it’s a nice entrée into that area. I like the idea of helping build something at a club that’s been down but has the passion to grow. I can’t wait to get started.”
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IRRESISTIBLE: Ripping good vibes.
By LUBIN PFEIFFER VIBES are back in vogue with callop on the bite as the Murray River starts to clear a little. Vibes are bib-less lures, that when cast out and allowed to sink will vibrate from side to side and rattle as you wind them in. The callop find their tight shimmy action irresistible and they’re now our go-to lure when hitting the Murray River. I like to buy models that rattle the loudest. On an outing to the river last week good friend Dan Boehm and I were just going to fish with vibes and see how we went. No bait, worms or shrimp. Hopes were high but the problem was we both had only one vibe in our tackle bags and there would be no room for error. Covering a few snags and
only managing the prized recapture of someone’s long lost opera house net I set our sights on a snag that had been producing some good callop for us. No sooner had I dropped the vibe in to the maze of sticks I felt the solid thump of a fish down deep, followed by another and then a third, hooking none I might add. I then made the call that maybe we should move on when Dan suggested we should stay a couple of minutes. It was at this point in time when his vibe was solidly nailed by a callop that steam trained its way back down through the timber, then a bit more, and then further still. Eventually stealing the only vibe he had as Dan said “yep, those vibes work.” Tight lines until next year.
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Ebony’s medal goal A BRONZE medal playoff loss last season has fuelled a desire within state under 17 softballer Ebony McLean (pictured) to do better next month. The Gawler High School student is looking forward to next year’s national carnival in Tasmania from January 8-15. “Last season we were in Brisbane but the floods affected the games so we played the bronze medal final against Western Australia in Waverley, Victoria, which we lost,” Ebony said. “We will be underrated as we lost quite a few players from last season, but I think we will do better, and will be a medal chance. “Our new coach is Wess Frances, who is the former coach of the Australian schoolgirls team, and everyone has a positive attitude.” Ebony first played softball after representing the SAPSASA state team in year six, and the following season suited up with Giants in the Gawler and District softball competition. Three seasons ago the young gun joined Walkerville in the metropolitan competition and has reaped the benefits, making the under 17 state squad for
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BACKHAND: Nuriootpa’s Wayne Williams sends down a backhand bowl during Saturday’s Division One game against Kapunda. All the bowls results and tables are on page 37.
Golf What a fluctuating day for the golfers with wind and rain at different stages making it tough, depending on the tee off time. All the scores are on page 35.
Cricket The wet conditions made play difficult in many matches while others had their games shortened by the weather. The scores are on page 35.
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the past three years and the team for the second time. Playing mainly third base, Ebony has a good arm and is known for her reliable defence, while she is also a handy hitter. “I enjoy the team aspects of softball and the way everyone works together,” the 15-year-old said. “It’s good the way everyone encourages each other, while the game teaches you some important lessons, like working on skills, anticipating the play and being on time. “My long-term goal is to represent Australia, while in the short term I’m looking to have a good carnival and make the Aussie squad, which will play a USA college team in the Friendship Games later next year.” Although softball takes up a lot of the Year 11 student’s time with travelling, practice and games, she also works part time with Fasta Pasta in Gawler, and is hoping to earn a scholarship to an American college in the future. Two other girls with a local connection in the under 17 state team are former Bluejays player Jess Maslin and Chantelle Humphrys, who played baseball with Gawler Rangers.
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