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Gold rush Cycling whiz Jack Bobridge, from Gawler, returned to his best form with three gold medals at the 2012 Subaru Cycling Australia Track National Championships at the Adelaide Super-Drome. Bobridge, who missed the Santos Tour Down Under after a crash at the Australian road titles in Victoria early in January, landed gold in the mens 40km points race, the mens 15km scratch race and the team’s pursuit. 2012 will be a huge year for the 20-year-old. “Everything I do now is geared towards the first week of April in Melbourne for the track worlds,” Bobridge said. “My hunger is at an all time high.”

Seppeltsfield village setback THE plan to rejuvenate Seppeltsfield has been delayed with council requiring more community consultation on the proposal before giving its approval. Seppeltsfield Estate Trust (SET) has lodged plans with Light Regional Council (LRC) to have the historic Seppeltsfield Winery revitalised to target tourism, education and arts. LRC considered a statement of intent for the proposal at its meeting last Tuesday, but decided not to pass it to the Planning minister, instead, asking the

applicants to undertake more community consultation. Council was to consider the document at its December meeting, but deferred making a decision when councillors found they were not given enough time to fully comprehend the document after receiving it the night before the meeting. LRC mayor Bill O’Brien said he believed it was not unreasonable for council to suggest the SET undertake a “more robust consultation process”. “This council here is not just going to say ‘that sounds like a good idea, go ahead and do it’,” he said.

“We need to see the concept plan, not just whispers around the place. “The public consultation process really needs to be absolutely robust and it hasn’t been, and I don’t think they could, in all honesty, say that it has.” Mr O’Brien said while the vision statement has been reasonably public, it is still not a plan council would submit to the minister. “The statement of intent is a little bit more down the track,” he said. “When you think of the Roseworthy project for example, the minister hasn’t signed off on the statement of intent for

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WHILE many Australians settled into a day of Aussie relaxation and activities on Thursday, the Herald was out in force to capture the events. Online from Thursday morning the community was provided with the latest details of Barossa, Light Regional and Gawler councils’ award recipients through barossaherald.com.au. Special mention was also made to Barossa’s Maggie Beer, who received an Australia Medal. The celebrity cook was awarded for her service to the tourism and hospitality industries as a cook, restaurateur and author, and to the promotion of Australian food. The Herald also recognised other recipients and the public who attended at council breakfasts hosted at Gawler, Tanunda and Roseworthy through barossaherald.com.au, through the online photo gallery. Thanks goes to Laura Collins, from Freeling, for her photos taken at Roseworthy. This week the Herald reveals more details about the Seppeltsfield Village concept, recognition goes to the small committee of the Nuriootpa Soldiers Memorial Hall who have called it a day, Barossa Tourism welcomes a newcomer, former Herald journalist Nathan Gogoll and the Angaston Show committee calls on young people to be part of a new and exciting farming concept. Don’t forget, barossaherald.com.au is also your chance to comment online on any of the stories.

FLAG FLOWN: Gawler mayor Brian Sambell and Barossa’s celebrity cook Maggie Beer greeted the hundreds of people at Gawler’s Australia Day breakfast on Thursday.

ustralia is, without doubt, the lucky country. Our lifestyle is the envy of everyone and it is encouraging to see the level of patriotism rising each year. Australians are showing they do appreciate just how lucky we all are to be able to live in such a magnificent country. The attendances at each of the Australia Day ceremonies staged by the three councils covered by the Herald were fantastic and show local communities want to celebrate our growing nation. The gatherings are also proving very popular for migrants to receive their Australian citizenship. But importantly the Australia Day gatherings are a chance to recognise the people who make our communities tick. While the federal and state awards are well deserved, they generally go to the ‘bigger’ names. The council honours’ lists go to the

people, who mix with you and I, and who volunteer their time to improve the situation for others. Each year communities recognise their own. We all know someone who willingly gives up their time to help others. It happens in all walks of life. From someone who tries to help the elderly, to another who works to improve the situation of those not-sofortunate to the parent who ensures children can partake in social activities or sport. These are the people who form the backbone of the community and are rightfully honoured on Australia Day. Last Thursday was a chance to recognise these individuals and already we should be thinking of someone who we might nominate for 2013. On Monday, it was the start of the new school year for many, and a group of youngsters started life’s journey where there is responsibility. Some of those children will grow up to be community minded and so the Australia Day cycle continues.

PACKED: Gawler’s Apex Park was transformed into a sea of faces early Thursday morning as young and old were eager to be part of Australia Day celebrations.

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THE Angaston Show Society calls on young and enthusiastic Barossa people to help make the annual show a success. The committee has launched a new initiative - the Young Farmer Challenge, to coincide with the Australian Year of the Farmer. To be part of the event, entrants need to live in the Barossa Valley, have some kind of involvement in farming, be a current member of a sporting club or charitable organisation, and enjoy a challenge. If you fit this criteria then you also have a chance to win money for your club or organisation. Entries are now open for the 2012 Young Farmer Challenge, to be staged at the Angaston Show from 11am to 3pm on Sunday, February 26. Teams will comprise three participants aged between 18 and 35, who are invited to put their technical skills and knowledge to the test in the action packed event. The competition involves skillsbased challenges, some related to farming, with a strong emphasis on technique, safety and fun. Events may include anything from rolling up a swag, stacking hay bales or using a sack truck.

HEY: Angaston Show committee has launched a new farmer event. While some of the challenges have a focus on agriculture and farming, there is no prerequisite to be involved in farming and any one from the public who is a member of a sporting club or charitable organisation is encouraged to enter. The winning team will walk away with a share of the loot for their club, with no prize money paid to individuals. If the Young Farmer Challenge sounds like fun, then enter by emailing your interest to secretary@angastonshow.org.au or phone 8564 2880. Entries for the challenge close Friday, February 24 at 5pm.

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All stock must be cleared. ACCOMPLISHED: Committee members, from left, Bob Steinborner, Hazel Humberdross, and Ruth and Jim Richards, at the Nuriootpa Soldiers Memorial Hall. refurbished kitchen area, the committee has put its heart and soul into making the hall what it is today. This is not to mention the works needed to replace the timber floorboards after the 1983 floods filled the sunken kitchen area and destroyed the floor in the main hall. Built in 1924 in commemoration of the soldiers who fought in World War I, the hall has been used for many different activities over the years, including movie screenings. While the projector has long been switched off, the hall remains well-used for a range of events, including birthday parties and social gatherings like the monthly old-style dances, which have been running for more than 30 years. “We have just taken a very keen interest in the building for all the years we have been on (the committee),” said Bob. “We have just loved doing what we have done. “ We have all had a real passion for the building and the fact it is a place where the community can come and meet for different reasons. We are going to miss it in a way.” The committee also paid tribute to Barossa councillor Scotty Milne for his efforts on the committee over the past five years.

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She helps with the family income by assisting her mother to create homemade pastries and biscuits sold weekly at the Barossa Farmers Market and the biennial Yalumba Harvest Market. Sarah supports Zion Lutheran Church and is a youth leader for Tanunda based Fuse. She helps take care of her younger sister Rachael who lives with Wolf Hirschorn Syndrome. Community Event A THREE-DAY dance event held in Mt Pleasant has resulted in community groups benefiting from proceeds. The Mt Pleasant Dance Weekend, hosted by the Mt Pleasant Dance Group, was run in August with dances held at Angaston, Nuriootpa and Mt Pleasant Soldiers Memorial Hall. About 100 patrons from SA and interstate attended. Now in their 19th year, the group has contributed $27,000 to organisations.

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He represented Australia as an exchange student to Faith’s sister school in New York and was the recipient of the 2010 South Australian Premier’s School Spirit Prize. The premier’s initiative meant placing an official wreath at the Anzac Day Service at VillersBretonnieux. In 2011 he was commended in the Order of Australia Association, SA with a student citizen award. Joint Young Citizen SARAH Doecke is the perfect role model for Barossa’s young people. The Angaston woman immerses herself in a host of Barossa events and activities, and raises funds aimed at young people. Her generous nature has seen her raise money for events such as the Shenanigans Dinner, which has raised over $3000 to assist youth programs in the Barossa.

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AUSSIES: Gawler mayor Brian Sambell (centre) with two of Gawler’s newest citizens, Rebecca Engledow and Kayleigh Bedford.

AWARDED: Gawler’s Citizens of the Year Molly Sheldon and Ophie Renner relax in Apex Park on Australia Day with Molly’s dog Buddy.

PATRIOTIC PETS: Kerry Grapendaal with dogs Cindy (left) and Joey, taking in the atmosphere at Gawler's Australia Day breakfast in Apex Park.

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Our food is essential SIMILAR to the dishes she creates; Maggie Beer is hearty, wholesome and Australian made. It’s these qualities that have led the Barossa woman and celebrity cook to be awarded with an Australian Medal on Australia Day. She has been congratulated for her service to the tourism and hospitality industries as a cook, restaurateur and author, and to the promotion of Australian food. Maggie said she couldn’t wait to tell her daughters, Saskia and Ellie, who also support her work. And she’s quick to say she owes a lot of her success to her lifetime partner Colin Beer. Currently Maggie works to promote her new range of ice creams and although she’s stepped away from regular television appearances, she said she’s busier than ever. “We just bought an orchard, from our neighbours, full of apricots, peaches, apples and pears,” she said. “So this means we will be making a lot of apricot jam as a result of the heatwave.” The orchard was purchased from her neighbours; long time Barossa growers the Ellis family. However, she said even though days can be frantic, Maggie believes she is the luckiest person. “It gives you goose bumps to be recognised, and in this community there are still dozens of unsung heroes.” Maggie also continues to reiterate her passion for food. “Food is essential and doing things like cooking together as a family is so important. It’s also important we understand food is about seasonality, the environment, plants and animals. “It brings us together and empowers

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Happy birthday to... Sonny Parker, of Tanunda, was one on January 27.

Angela Linke, of Nuriootpa, will be four on February 7.

William Linke, of Nuriootpa, was three on January 22.

Oliver Schmidt, of Nuriootpa, will be one on February 4.

Jarrad Mezzatesta, of Nuriootpa, was three on January 25.

Who’s new? Mikaela Hewitt, of Kapunda, was five on February 1.

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Views expressed in the Letters to the editor are not those of the Herald. We welcome topical letters, with preference to letters of no more than 200 words. All letters are checked for authenticity. Pseudonyms are not acceptable. Mail your letters to: The editor, PO Box 43, Tanunda, SA, 5352. Fax: 8563 3655. E-mail: editor.barossaherald@ruralpress.com

Debate continues It is little wonder that people such as Cathy O’Keeffe reject some of the bible’s contents when reading the pronounced thunderstorm of Mr Nick Wagner’s faith (Herald, January 25). He combines in cumbersome quantity a great deal of Old Testament truths, but which have no bearing on New Testament context in right perspective. He states: “To deny the Sabbath and the Holy Spirit will end in death.” He makes Christianity sound like being in the army. Give over. The Sabbath, and keeping it, is of the Old (Mosaic) Law, which was abolished by Christ’s dying on the cross. There are scriptures so numerous testifying to this that it is unneccessary to use them here. Paul’s letters especially.

The reason the Sabbath is in the Ten Commandments is because it was written under the Mosaic Law. Modern day spouters of Sabbath keeping (all right if they were Jewish) avoid the scripture Nehemiah 9:14 like the plague. It’s all in chronological order there. The Israelites only received the Mosaic Law at Mt Sinai. Before that, the Sabbath didn’t exist. Genesis says the seventh day is the Sabbath - but that too was written under Mosaic Law Jeff Hansen Greenock Aussie, Aussie, Aussie Over the last couple of years we have read literally hundreds of letter to papers from angry, worried and frustrated Australians expressing their concerns at the selloff of our country and the sell-out of our food producers and other manufacturers. The people of Australia overwhelmingly want proper labelling of food products so that we can take an ethical stance when it comes to palm oil content, or a health choice when it comes to avoiding GM content. We are being denied even this small request by what can only be called ‘spineless’ politicians from both major parties, and we now know why. Australia is being held to ransom by the World Trade Organisation and it seems that even a wealthy, strong country like ours is not immune from threats of trade sanctions. We are livid with anger that Trade

Minister Emerson can only cite potential trade wars and sanctions, and costs of labelling to big business, while effectively consigning the unique orang-utan to extinction. How can he and the Food and Grocery Council CEO sleep at night? The Australian people who care about flora and fauna are horrified to have people like this dictating obnoxious ‘greed and profit first’ agendas which are bringing us all into disrepute. We should be standing up to the WTO and saying that we value our standard of living, our decent wage and working conditions, and the quarantine laws and government regulations which allow us to trust our local food supply. How can Australia fairly compete against countries which have none of these conditions? All the things that we have worked so hard for, and value, are being eroded by so-called globalisation, and we are all going to suffer as a result. In our opinion, there is only one way to stop this and that is to vote for anyone beside the two major parties. Thank God for people like Nick Xenophon, Bob Brown, Bob Katter, Bill Heffernan and Dick Smith who are still making their voices heard, and reflecting the anguish of the people of this country. Alex Hodges and Ray Linkevics Birdwood Vodafone tower Sadly Nick Wagner, in his assumptions about the opposition to

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St John’s Parish: St J: 9am HC; Sch: 9am LR. St Paul’s Parish:St P: 10.30am Parish Farewell Svc for Pastor Anthony, Lunch to follow at noon. Tanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am. Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church: Worship service 10am at the Nuri Senior Citizen’s Centre Pr Mr Rosenzweig. Ph: 8563 1310. ANGLICAN CHURCH Anglican Parish of Barossa: Angaston: 10am HC SdK; Nuriootpa: 5pm HC SdK; Tanunda: 8.30am HC MM; Lyndoch: 10am HC MM; Williamstown: 8.30am HC SdK. Kapunda Anglican Parish:Eudunda: 9am HC; Kapunda: 9.15am Reserved Sacrament; Hamilton: 11am HC. Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all other Sundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Warden on 8568 2042. UNITING CHURCH Barossa Congregations: Nuriootpa: 11am HC Chapman; Tanunda: 9am HC Chapman; Angaston: 9am Harris; Truro: 11am Harris. Gawler Parish: Gawler: 9.30am HC Littleford, 5pm Littleford; Sandy Creek: 9.30am Edwards; Williamstown:10am Taplin. Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. Light Parish: Kapunda: 9.15am KC, Mrs J Mickan; Robertstown: 9.30am Mr A Partington. 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

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the Vodafone tower in its current location, has failed to get the facts. The 111 people who made written representations opposed it purely on the basis of the proposed location on the unspoilt rural ridge which forms the western boundary of Tanunda. There was no opposition at all to new towers. Six alternative sites have been suggested to Vodafone along with the names and contact numbers of the people who are willing to enter into discussion with Vodafone. The group of concerned citizens has offered a constructive response: none are Luddites to my knowledge, contrary to Mr Wagner’s assumption. Telephone towers are going to proliferate as telecommunications becomes more complex. A proposal was made to the Development Assessment Panel and to the Light Council, that both the Barossa and Light councils co-ordinate a public meeting with all telecommunications providers to plot future locations for towers, so that they can be co-located or otherwise located to minimise the visual impact on our landscape. I believe we can have up-graded telecommunications facilities, without necessarily causing major blots on our magically beautiful areas. If we plan carefully, we can have our telecommunications cake and retain the beauty of the Barossa. Margaret Lehmann Tanunda Cricket oval Why is the South Australian taxpayer paying over $600,000 to modernise (read spoil) the most picturesque sports oval in the world, when there is a hospital waiting list larger than the attendance on any of four non holiday days of the five day test against India? SA cricket and the AFL are the only benefactors insomuch as they will receive the rent for corporate boxes. The SA public are stung again by the Labor government. Tony Beales Gawler East China concern Recently I wrote to the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Agriculture expressing my opposition to the carbon tax and the purchasing of agricultural land by Chinese companies. In a nutshell their replies on carbon tax was to insure Australia will lead the world on renewable energy in a bid to counter climate change. In my opinion a carbon tax will have virtually no impact on climate change, especially when countries like China, India and America are doing nothing or little to stop greenhouse gases. I believe a carbon tax is nothing more than redistribution of wealth.

Regarding my opposition to Chinese companies purchasing areas of agricultural land on the Liverpool plains in NSW I pointed out that just below the surface on the Liverpool plains are vast amounts of known coal deposits, so I asked the two politicians the question will their government allow the Chinese to bring in their mining equipment, and ship the coal back to China? Both politicians evaded my questions, and stated that foreign investment has helped build Australia’s economy, and will enhance the wellbeing of Australians, by supporting economic growth and prosperity. However they pointed out that the Foreign Acquisitions and Takeovers Act 1975 provides the legislative framework for the federal government to review significant foreign investment proposals on a case-by-case basis. They stated figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics revealing that at December 31, 2010, 89 per cent of agricultural land was entirely owned by Australians. I obtained the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics which reveal as at December 31, 2011, there is a huge increase in foreign ownership of agricultural land, with the Northern Territory leading the rest of the states with 24 per cent foreign ownership, followed by South Australia 12 per cent, Queensland 11.8 per cent, Western Australia 8.5 per cent, Tasmania 5.6 per cent, New South Wales 2.7 per cent and Victoria 0.8 per cent. If this increase in foreign ownership has increased so dramatically in one year, imagine who will own Australia in the foreseeable future, certainly not our grandchildren if this trend continues. Another very disturbing aspect is that in 2009 the Labor federal government allowed China to use a station at Mingenew in Western Australia to track its satellites. It did this, apparently not realising the dual purpose nature of China’s space program, with its military aspect. China was thus able to track Australian and American military activities, and track where all our defence installations are situated. This information only came to public attention in The Australian, November 28, 2011, on page 5. Australia was once called the lucky country, or clever country, but sadly in a subtle way our federal Labor government, which came to power by default, with the aid of the Greens and certain Independents through our socalled democratic preferential voting system, has slowly but surely changed our way of life to conform to their political agendas. The famous English statesman Edmund Bourke stated, “All power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely”. Hedley Scholz Eudunda

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Information wanted Barossa Police need your help in identifying a vehicle similar to this vehicle, pictured above, following an incident in Nuriootpa. On Thursday, January 12, at about 4pm, a 40-year-old woman was pushing a trolley along the footpath of Fourth Street, Nuriootpa, when two young males in a red commodore, with faded panels, shouted abuse at the woman as they drove past. The males then did a u-turn in the car and returned, hitting the trolley and injuring the woman. Barossa Police ask for any information, which may help lead to the identification of the vehicle and its occupants, to contact BankSA Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.

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All aboard - almost OVERCOMING longstanding travelling habits is one of the major challenges facing the new Gawler Metro Bus Service. According to a survey undertaken by local State Member of Parliament, Mr Tony Piccolo, about 24 per cent of people over the age of 60 are using the new bus service. Mr Piccolo surveyed all residents over the age of 60 who live in the areas serviced by the new Gawler Metro Bus Service to gain a better understanding of why people do or don’t use the service. Mr Piccolo said while the 24 per cent figure sounds low, 56 per cent of respondents said they still prefer to use their personal vehicle instead. “One of the challenges facing new services is changing people’s longstanding travelling habits,” Mr Piccolo said. “Having said that, figures for the first six months for the service are very encouraging as users have taken over 20,000 trips,” Mr Piccolo said. Mr Piccolo said he anticipated this figure will grow as people become more familiar with the service. Seven per cent of respondents to the survey said that the timetables did not suit their needs, while another 24 per

cent stated they could not use the metro bus service because of mobility or health reasons. Mr Piccolo said he was happy to say that most of the people who would like to continue to use the Gawler Dial A Ride service because of health or mobility reasons should be able to do so. A smaller number of people (five per cent) stated that the timetables were confusing. “My office will contact those people and see if we can help them to use the Gawler Metro Bus Service,” Mr Piccolo said. Mr Piccolo said the Gawler Metro Bus Service is an important part of transport infrastructure in the area. “The service is subsidised by the taxpayer so it is important that we maximise its usage,” he said. Mr Piccolo said that those respondents who use the new bus are generally very happy with it, indicating that it is reliable, provides them with the freedom to move around the town and connects them to the Gawler to Adelaide train service. Complaints about the new service included the walking distances to the closest bus stop, difficulty of carrying shopping on the bus and some found boarding the bus difficult.

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AROUND 100 Gawler residents have applied to use the Gawler Dial A Ride service under the medical needs program. The introduction of the Adelaide Metro Bus Service in the Gawler Council urban areas and Hewett led to a change in the coverage by the Gawler Dial A Ride service. While the service has not been discontinued, it has been modified to avoid duplication with the Gawler Metro Bus Service. Under the medical exemptions program people with mobility or health issues can apply to continue to use the Dial A Ride service within the area serviced by the Gawler Metro Buses. No restrictions apply to the Dial A Ride on weekends as the Gawler Metro Buses do not operate on those days. The medical needs program has been introduced following lobbying by local State Member of Parliament Mr Tony Piccolo. www.barossaherald.com.au

Mr Piccolo acknowledged that for some people, because of mobility or health reasons they are not able to use the new metro bus service and would still need the Dial A Ride service. Prior to Christmas, Mr Piccolo undertook a survey of residents over the age of 60 to ascertain how many people would need to continue to use the Dial A Ride service. “As a result of the survey we were able to assist about 100 people to apply to continue to use the Dial A Ride service because of health or mobility issues,” Mr Piccolo said. Mr Piccolo was pleased that people with particular needs were still able to use an affordable and flexible transport service around Gawler. Mr Piccolo said if any resident felt that they were eligible for the medical exemptions program, but have not yet applied, they should contact his office on 85 222 878.

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Liberals to axe Gawler buses THE Liberal Party will axe the Gawler Metro Bus Service if they win government at the next election according to local State Member of Parliament, Mr Tony Piccolo. Mr Piccolo was responding to two media statements recently issued by Gawler-based Liberal politician, Mr John Dawkins MLC, in which he attacks the service and describes it as a failure. According to official reports the new bus service has conducted over 20,000 trips in its first six months of operation. Mr Piccolo said the only conclusion that can be drawn from Mr Dawkins’ attacks on the service is that the Liberals are laying the ground work to axe the service if they win the next election. Mr Piccolo said the initial customer figures are very encouraging and to describe a service that has made 20,000 passenger trips in its first six months as a failure “defies credibility”. “While the service is not perfect, Mr Dawkins’ attacks are designed to undermine and discredit it thus making it easier for the Liberals to axe it should they win,” said Mr Piccolo. Mr Piccolo said the Liberals have no intentions to improve public transport in the area, so they try to deflect their lack of policy by attacking the new service. “A new service can always be improved by engaging the community in a dialogue, and finding out what the community needs are,” said Mr Piccolo. “A fledgling service is not improved by attacking and undermining it. It is disappointing that a local Liberal MP would attack and undermine an important public service. The figures speak for themselves. Over 20,000 trips in its first six months is a very encouraging start.” Mr Piccolo said he expected the passenger numbers to increase when the Gawler to Adelaide train service is re-opened in a few months time, and as people become more comfortable with the service. Mr Piccolo said his office had undertaken a survey [see separate story] of community members over 60 years to gain a better understanding of why people do and do not use the new Gawler Metro Bus Service. “Mr Dawkins’ criticisms of the service display a distinct lack of understanding of the principles behind the service,” Mr Piccolo added. admin.barossaherald@ruralpress.com


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Call Sue 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

11 Whittaker Street IMMACULATE FAMILY HOME Spacious 3 bedroom family home with separate lounge room, Kitchen overlooking Dining, walk in Pantry with lots of Cupboard space. Ducted R/C Air Conditioning. Low Maintenance gardens. Garage under main roof with access into the home. Second Driveway for Caravan and within walking distance to Main Street. Be quick for this quality home. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

LYNDOCH - $399-$420,000

SPRINGTON - $219,000

NURIOOTPA - $500,000

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29 Road 42Stockwell Angas Street ROMANTIC HIDEAWAY!

12 Rounsevell Road GORGEOUS OUTLOOK!

Less than 65 km away from Adelaide CBD this romantic western red cedar cottage set on a large block over 1600m2 will surely steal your heart. Stylishly presented as an open plan 2 brm, 1 bathroom home with beautiful indoor/outdoor flow. Combustion heater/bread oven, evap. cooling, many fruit trees and veggie patch in beautiful cottage garden, rainwater tanks.Very affordable living or holiday home!

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

Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819

NURIOOTPA - EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

TANUNDA - $242,000

Unless sold beforehand, 24 February 2012

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3 Kindler Avenue

7 Robert Ross Drive SPACIOUS FOUR BEDROOM HOME 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 0419850408

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Don’t over look this great opportunity, nearly 400m2 of quality home built to the owners exacting standards, quality throughout, 4 spacious bedrooms & 3 living areas, solid brick construction, ducted A/C, vacuum maid, 3m ceilings, quality timber features throughout, drops and pelmets, floor coverings, all amongst the best you could wish for- 975m2 Block- LOOK AT THE VALUE!!!! Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

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8 New Road

5/1 College Street

CLASSIC, SOLID, STYLISH FAMILY HOME!

FANTASTIC INVESTMENT PLUS GREAT LOCATION 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, Walking distance to town, very low maintenance, bedrooms have built in robes, good size lounge with feature bay window, kitchen includes a host of cupboard space and pantry with the island bar separating the kitchen from the dining area. Heating and cooling. Garage under the main roof and paved courtyard. Sue Schugmann 0419850408

A truly delightful property offering privacy, space and convenience. A family bungalow with 3 living areas, 4 double bedrooms & 2 bathrooms on a generous block of approx. 1278m2, has been fully renovated & restored. Lofty ornate ceilings, original architraves & skirtings, sash windows, fireplaces & polished floorboards, new wiring & roofing, solar pwr.

Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819

“The best people in local real estate” Consultant Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420

Consultant Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

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Consultant Sue Fechner 8563 3511

Consultant Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819

Consultant Elle Moreton 0488 996 566

Property Manager Anne Johansson 8563 3511

8563 3511

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Real Estate Liftout PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

Town facilities, rural outlook

KITCHEN: Cook up your meals in the delightful country kitchen.

Great Nuri investment THIS Nuriootpa property is great for investment either to live in or for rental purposes. It is currently tenanted at $250per-week. There are polished floorboards throughout this well-looked-after double-brick dwelling. The house comprises three double bedrooms, a country kitchen with a pantry and electric appliances. Worth a look is the large lounge room with French doors. Temperature control is by an oil heater, overhead fan and splitsystem reverse-cycle air conditioning.

The bathroom is neat with a shower recess, bathtub, vanity and toilet plus there is a separate second toilet. Outdoors there is a tiled roof and guttering in good condition, a rear verandah, a double garage with power and concrete plus easycare gardens. All this on a nice size allotment of about 697 square metres. The property is within walking distance to all facilities. So many options and well-priced so give Julie a call to arrange your own inspection.

QUALITY: The Kapunda home, with three good-sized bedrooms and over two titles. Features on the inside include linen storage in hallway, fantastic lights in the fully-tiled bathroom and ceiling fans. Reasonably new carpets are also a highlight with all floor coverings in good condition. Outside, there are security doors and window screens, a walled outdoor courtyard area and extensive car parking provision. Mains water is connected and there are 6000 gallons of rainwater with pressure pump. There is extensive shedding, a tool shed and a wood/ man’s shed. Established fruit trees are another bonus. This is a good quality house

SITUATED on the edge of Kapunda’s northern boundaries is this solid brick-veneer home with a tiled roof. It is on a 2252 square metre block over two titles, circa 1984. There is bitumen road frontage, extensive gardens and it is set back from the main road. Mixing the best of both worlds the owner has town facilities with a rural outlook. The fully-established gardens lead to a very well-presented three good-sized bedroom home. The house is equipped with a combustion heater, plus a splitsystem air conditioner and evaporative cooler.

situated on the edge of town and priced to sell at $299,500. Near offers will be considered. Inspection by appointment only. Call David from Hambours on 8566 2209. RLA150685.

David Mosley

Hambours R E A L E S TAT E

KAPUNDA

KAPUNDA

At a glance...

NEW RELEASE

NEW RELEASE

Where: 4C The Crescent, Nuriootpa. Features: Solid home. Price: $275,000. Open: Contact agent. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate.

GOOD SIZED BLOCK. Good sized block established on the eastern side of town, short distance to Main Street facilities. Situated on a level 835m2 block (18.5m W x 45m D), with near new fencing on two boundaries. Power & water available at the front of the block. Not too many of this type undeveloped in Kapunda.

RLA: 198199. Contact: Julie Toth (pictured) on 8562 4650 or 0418 853 134.

Asking $83,000

RLA150685

KAPUNDA

Asking $182,750

RLA 150685

KAPUNDA PRICE REDUCED

UNDER CONTRACT

4 BEDROOM + 2 BATHROOM HOME. 4 brm + 2 bthrm brick home with tiled roof on large block (approx. 1 acre). Circa 1980s. Situated at the Northern end of Kapunda the home boasts a 2 street frontage. Master brm has ens. & WIR. A 12x8m steel frame rear v/dah with alsynite roof. Galv. iron gge with concrete flr. Chook yards, fruit trees & natives. Combustion htr in Lounge. Front v/dah, gdn watering system. RLA150685

TYPICAL KAPUNDA COTTAGE. 3 bedroom freestone cottage, circa 1880 with modern brick additions to rear section and within walking distance of most facilities. Established easy care gardens, bullnosed verandah, open-plan kitchen/dining room, separate toilet and a neat and tidy bathroom.

Asking $265,000

No. 3 & No.7 Harriet St, Kapunda. Modern 2 bedroom open plan b/v homes approx. 3 years old. No. 3 is on approx. 390m2 and No. 7 is on approx. 265m2. Both are available vacant possession. Contact David now! RLA 150685. Asking - $176,000 for No.3; $172,000 for No.7

Mark Hambour Lic Agents. 65 Main Street, Kapunda. RLA150685

Phone David on 8566 2209 all hours

1788144

email: hambours@bigpond.com | www.hamboursrealestate.com.au | mobile: 041 491 7474

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Urgently Required:

• Character stone homes • Vacant acreage (large or small) • Hobby or income producing farms

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Real Estate Liftout

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LOOK beyond the wellpresented, yet plain, street facade and discover an amazing, stylishly updated property here in Tanunda. It is packed with holiday features and offers resort-style living at home with extensive undercover entertaining areas, a fully-equipped outdoor kitchen, inground solar-heated pool, sheltered pool house and lined outdoor games room. Immaculately presented throughout, the property has fabulous space to store up to six vehicles off street including a caravan. Here’s a property for lovers of celebration, entertaining and outdoor living. The impeccable interior and layout provides three living zones within, four bedrooms, two superbly renovated bathrooms plus new neutral carpets and tiling throughout. Family life meets in the everyday open-plan living space, a well equipped solid timber kitchen at its centre and where a wall of sliding glass opens the home right up to the great outdoors. A large rear verandah offers

IMMACULATE: The impressive kitchen area of the Tanunda home.

immediate undercover shelter for long table dining while overlooking what can only be described as entertaining bliss, the property’s stunning poolhouse with fully equipped outdoor kitchen and slide-track cafe blinds, an all-year-round crowd pleaser and entertainer. Featuring a ‘Red Centre’ outdoor kitchen, teppanyaki bar and free-standing pizza oven, the kitchen will please the most gourmet of cooks. In addition, there’s a smoker, rainwater plumbed sink, slow combustion heater, lighting, ceiling fans and television points for the sporting buffs. Tempered glass fencing adds to the luxury of this solar-heated pool setting, effortlessly maintained with its selfregulating salt-chlorination setup. To the other side, a lined games room provides great options for teenagers, hobbies and a workfrom-home arrangement or for the car collector, the addition of roller doors will convert the room to a double car shelter beside the existing carport. The property has the capacity to store multiple vehicles off

street and plentiful space remains for the erection of an additional carport, subject to council consent. Abundant in “green” and “eco” features, this property boasts a massive 38,000 litres of rainwater storage in its cleverly planned and low maintenance backyard oasis with thriving raised vegie plots and handy storage sheds situated in the rear. Lifestyle doesn’t get much better than this with so much to enjoy for the kids and for entertaining, live like you are on holidays all year-through. Contact David Braunack to book your permanent holiday.

At a glance... Where: 18 Rosalie Avenue, Tanunda. Price: $437,000. Open: Sunday, February 5. When: 2.30pm-3pm. Agent: Homburg. RLA:219152. Sales person: Contact David Braunack on 0418 841 349.

Hambours R E A L E S TAT E

AUCTION - KAPUNDA CHATTEL AUCTION SATURDAY, 11th FEBRUARY (Put this date in your diary now)

24 Hancock Road, Kapunda - 9.30am Start

Daimler Mercedes Truck 1989 – no rego, Wertheim Sewing Machine Table, assorted tool kits, portable drills, foundation wax for bee hives, 10x50 staples, set A/F spanners, wooden box carpenters tools – complete set, truck trolley jack, pipe cutters, trans arc tradesman stick welder, Uni MIG 225T, portable alternator 8.5kw, Hyd Pipe bender set, assorted drills, Sidchrome socket set assorted, tandem trailer 17x5, single axle trailer 8x5, tool kit metric spanners (ring & open enders), angle grinders, bee keeping equip & a whole workshop full of tools.

Photo ID required. Cheques & Cash ONLY (NO EFTPOS) Hambours Real Estate. 65 Main Street, Kapunda WH1788434

Phone David on 8566 2209 all hours email: hambours@bigpond.com | www.hamboursrealestate.com.au | mobile: 041 491 7474 RLA150685

ABOVE: The impressive outdoor entertaining area of the superb Tanunda house. BELOW: Jump in. The covered solar-heated salt-chlorinated swimming pool.

No Vacant Properties WAITING LIST OF TENNANTS

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MORE PROPERTIES REQUIRED URGENTLY

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Julie Thring Owner

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Real Estate Liftout

Solid investment Amanda’s sitting pretty

CORNER: The solid double-brick Tanunda house on a corner allotment. sheds, shadecloth carpark and beautiful established rear garden with various fruit trees and vegetable patch. The backyard is secure and safe for the children and pets. Suitable for first home buyers, investors or retirees. Don’t miss this opportunity - take time out to have a look for yourself.

At a glance... Where: 15 Coronation Avenue, Tanunda.

HOUSING affordability improved in Australia last year, according to an annual international ranking, but local real estate still remains some of the least affordable in the world. Australia's national unaffordability ratio sank from 6.1 times in 2010 to the still ‘severely unaffordable’ ratio of 5.6 times, helped by sinking home prices, according to analysis by a US research group. “Australia exhibited the worst housing affordability of any national market outside Hong Kong,” the eighth annual Demographia International Housing Affordability survey of 325 markets concluded. The unaffordability ratio is derived from dividing the median house price by the median household income. Demographia considers a median multiple rating of three times or under to be “affordable”. Housing markets with a median multiple of 3.1 to 4 times are dubbed “moderately unaffordable”. The ratio of 4.1 to 5 times is “seriously unaffordable” while “severely unaffordable” markets have ratios of 5.1 times or above. “There were no affordable markets in Australia in 2011 and the overwhelming majority of markets were severely unaffordable,” the report said. www.barossaherald.com.au

through Ochre Gallery and retail stores. The chairs come in a variety of series. Her travel chairs have vintage travel postcards, posters and stamps plastered onto them, whereas her pop art chairs look like Roy Lichtenstein cartoons in 3D. Customers buy them as oneoff talking points or as a set. One client used the pop art chairs for a boardroom “because they thought that

RLA198199

... where people matter $219,950 NURIOOTPA

DUTTON

42 Truro / Eudunda Road OPEN Sunday 5th Feb, 3-3.30pm NEW

$275,000

4C The Crescent

KEYNETON

$85,000

Lot 8 Angaston Swan Reach Rd

NEW

NEW

Features: Corner block. Price: $277,000. Inspection: By appointment. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA:198199. Contact: Julie Toth on 0418 853 134 or 8562 4650.

House prices drop but up on global list By CHRIS ZAPPONE

ART: Amanda’s chairs.

people go in there to discuss money and investments and they needed something as an ice-breaker”. Toniolo first got the idea to paint chairs at her Caulfield home, before New York, when her husband built a dining table then realised no regular chair would fit underneath it. The couple had stored old chairs in the garage that filled the space properly “but I said, I'm not putting those crappy things in. My husband asked me to paint them and even though I said, I want nice chairs, not those ratty things in the house, I painted them anyway.” Her art career began more than 30 years ago, when she went to CIT art school. There, her classmates included ACP Magazines’ Deborah Thomas, artist Kate Durham and singer Nick Cave.

Hong Kong's national median multiple of 12.6 times topped the list for unaffordability, followed by Australia, New Zealand (5.2), Britain, (5.1), Canada (3.5), Ireland (3.3) and the US (3). Britain, Ireland and the US have suffered crippling house price collapses, while Australian prices, after falling in 2008, rose through the September quarter of 2010, helped by rate cuts and cash stimulus. Capital city home prices have slipped 3.7 per cent in the 11 months to November, according to RPRismark data. The Housing Industry AssociationCommonwealth Bank housing affordability index, released last month, showed a 1.2 per cent rise in September quarter affordability. The median home price in November was $450,000, RP data showed. Australia's property has been characterised as the most overvalued in the world by The Economist magazine and the bubble-watching investor Jeremy Grantham, from the US investment fund GMO. In the Demographia survey, Sydney was the 323rd most affordable with a house price-toincome ratio of 9.2. Melbourne was 320 with a ratio of 8.4. Coffs Harbour was 319, the Gold Coast 318, and the Sunshine Coast 317.

RESTORED MINERS COTTAGE 1 brm, lounge can be 2nd brm, kitchen/family rm, front & rear v/dah, s/s a/c, gdn shed, r/wtr plumbed to house, 3000m2 allot.

GREAT INVESTMENT Double brick, 3 brm home, large lounge with French doors, kitchen with electric stove & pantry, polished floorboards throughout, heating & cooling, double garage. 697m2 allot (approx)

ANGASTON $195-$210,000 TANUNDA 21 Jubilee Avenue OPEN Sunday 5th Feb, 12.45-1.15pm

1390M2 BLOCK UNDER $90,000 Large flat land with no encumbrances put on this property by the council with over 30m frontage and over 45m in depth you could dream up your own design (STCC.) Water and power available.

$277,000 ANGASTON $199-$229,000

15 Coronation Avenue

36 Penrice Road OPEN Sunday 5th Feb, 12-12.30pm

NEW

QUIET TREE LINED STREET WOULD-BE RENOVATORS - LOOK AT THIS! VERY AFFORDABLE PROSPECT! 3 brm duplex/sem-detached solid double Dble brick 3 brm home on a 780m2 cnr block. Large Great starter, dble brick home, 2 brms + brick home, c/port with elec r/door, sheds lounge, kitchen with pantry, heating & cooling. Dble sunroom, lounge & family living. Needs gge, estab rear garden with fruit trees & more. TLC. Split level residential block of 805m2. 20x30 and 20x20. Lots of features.

NURIOOTPA

$285,000 EUDUNDA

73 Greenock Road OPEN Sunday 5th Feb, 1.30-2pm

$200-$210,000 NURIOOTPA $310-$330,000 4B The Crescent

9 Kapunda Street NEW

NEW

BRAND NEW HOME - FINISH TO YOUR STYLE BRAND NEW HOME WOW SO CLOSE TO TOWN! Just built, convenient location, walk to shops and 1930 Villa in a good condition, 3 brms, 3 brms, ensuite, walk-in robe, formal lounge, main street. Choose your floor coverings and lovely upgraded kitchen, sunroom, ducted family/games room, large modern kitchen, landscape to finish off this modern 3 bedroom home. A/C, double & single garage, cnr block. double garage, quiet location, low maintenance.

EUDUNDA

$285-$295,000 EBENEZER

2 Michael Street NEW

$680,000 EUDUNDA

Lot 102 Belvidere Road OPEN Sunday 5th Feb, 2.15-2.45pm

$295,000

16 Railway Parade

GOOD SHEDDING – LARGE LAND BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 1910 VILLA TWO LARGE BLOCKS Two titles, lovely upgraded 4 brm stone home on 50x50 shed, suit earth moving business, 12 ft ceilings, picture rails in every room. 3-4 1 title 1012m2 & established garden on the other mechanics or carpenters. 3 brms, 2 brms, 2 living areas, country kitchen, new bthrm title 1150m2. Keep it as a whole or sell one off. bthrms, brick home, & more, on 25 acres. with spa, front & rear access, 1000m2 allot.

Call for your free market appraisal

8562 4650 0418 853 134

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2/7 Gawler Street, Nuriootpa www.julietothrealestate.com.au

WH1788165

IN A quiet tree-lined Tanunda street, this lovely solid double-brick home is nestled on a generous corner allotment of about 780 square metres. Inside features comprise three bedrooms, two double and one single room, a large and bright formal lounge room with a ceiling fan and a spacious kitchen with a pantry and electric appliances adjoining the dining room. The neat bathroom has a bathtub, vanity and shower cubicle, and the toilet is separate. There is heating and cooling. The oil heater that doubles up through to the kitchen makes the whole home warm and comfortable throughout the winter and the ducted evaporative air conditioning keeps it nice and cool in summer. Outside features include a rainwater tank plumbed to the kitchen and laundry, a double garage with power and concrete, two garden

ONE Melbourne artist is brightening rooms one chair at a time. When Amanda Toniolo went to New York in September 2009 and stayed at an artists' residence, she was going on the steam of her husband, Antoine, who had submitted his paintings before being accepted at PointB Worklodge in Brooklyn. While there, she figured she had better work, too - her name was down as a co-artist - but “I thought, what can I paint? I couldn't find an art shop but I found a chair at a second-hand shop.” Employing the mixed-media techniques of decoupage, varnish and painting, Toniolo's hand-painted chairs soon garnered interest. After landing at the Melbourne Art Fair in 2009, they now sell in Melbourne

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homburg.com.au Tanunda

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6 Julius Street

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Auction: Friday 24th February @ 11am 8 Vintage Way

The Beauty of the Bungalow Displaying the undeniable charm, beauty & individuality found only in the Bungalow, this stunning 1920´s character home has a lovely deep front verandah on which to sit & watch the world pass by; extravagantly wide hallway with fretwork; large airy rooms; high ceilings with delightful detailing; timeless Baltic floors, original fireplaces & sash windows. Harmoniously extended, the vast family casual lifestyle area opens onto a huge decked rear verandah thru a wall of glass. There´s a 2nd lounge, study, heritage bathroom with claw tub, cellar & striking kitchen. An unbeatable location for family life.

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$329,000 - $359,000

Quiet Cul-De-Sac This affordable, and feature packed modern home, situated in an elevated position in this popular country town, offers up to 4 bedrooms along with 2 living areas and a fabulous outdoor, covered entertainment area, making it an ideal family home. With a generous 747m2 fully fenced allotment with large garage/workshop, carport, established gardens, rainwater and much more. Inspect: Sunday 3:15 - 3:45pm

Inspect: Sunday 1:30 - 2:15pm Web: HRE523 RLA: 219152

Web: HRE508 RLA: 219152 & 222770 David Braunack: 0418 841 349 Grant Fielke: 0427 300 049

Guy Draper: 0417 810 828

Greenock

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10a Murray Street

NEW

$229,000 - $249,000 Lot 2 Brownes Road "Piers Hill"

Price on Application

Occupy, Rent or Run a Business!

´Piers Hill´- Stunning & Unique 53.94Ha

Situated in the main street of a quaint country town, this character filled C1860´s building has covered all these things and more

High in the Barossa Ranges adjoining the Heysen Trail, ´Piers Hill´ is an earthly paradise a harmony of hills & valleys, with a

over it´s colourful past. Now it´s time for you to put it to a use that suits you (sub to consents). With solid stone construction,

remarkable bluestone homestead positioned to take in extraordinary views across the property´s own lake, stunning garden & tall

large rooms, high ceilings and loads of charm, all it needs now is you. Located in the heart of town on a 568m2 corner allotment

gum surrounds. A property offering a cool climate & higher rainfall with 10 paddocks, renovated pastures, cattle yards, quality

with the town oval at the rear, this is an affordable character property with loads of potential, so don´t wait.

stock fencing, 3 dams, abundant rainwater & extensive shedding in this stunning refuge.

Inspect: Call Agent to View

Inspect: Call Agent to View

Web: HRE522 RLA: 219152

Web: HRER463 RLA: 219152

Guy Draper: 0417 810 828

David Braunack: 0418 841 349

Nuriootpa

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43 Fifth Street

$199,000 - $217,000 1 Chinner Street

This affordable & comfortable 3 bedroom home is situated just around the cornerfrom the 7 day supermarket, and 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. The home comprises 3 bedrooms, open plan ktichen lounge dining, separate toilet, laundry and bathrooms, plus a partially enclosed rear verandah. Great value, be quick! Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE468 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828

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8 Sibley Street

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$260,000 - $280,000 2 Sarah Street

$375,000 - $395,000

Quaint Modern Cottage in Superb Location Highly desirable 2 b’room home is situated opposite town park/ oval complex. Handy corner lot, with lovely grounds, this prop is bound to impress a wide range of purchasers from 1st home owners, investors, retirees or those considering a B&B (sub to consents). Attractively priced for genuine sale, this is one that must be inspected.

Stunning Cottage Renovated cottage w/- charm & character, updated kit., bathroom & laundry facs. Features incl. polished timber floors, solid construction, casement windows, lge cellar, mod. kit. w/new appliances, s.s. r/c a/c, s.c. heating, sunroom w/- lge picture window to o/door ent area & est garden, 20 x 30 gge, c/port + more. Suit wide range of uses, incl. B&B (sub to consents).

Inspect: Sunday 12:15 - 12:45pm Web: HRE501 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828 Michael Bogan: 0416 586 897

Inspect: Sunday 1 - 1:30pm Web: HRE513 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828

3 Kapunda

NEW & OPEN

$199,000 - $217,000 Lot 407 Belvidere Road

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NEW & OPEN

Excellent Value Home, Plus a Great Shed

Angaston

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NEW & OPEN

$485,000 - $515,000 27 Hancock Road

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$245,000 1 Jacobs Street

$325,000 - $335,000

More Than Meets the Eye! A quick drive by will not do justice to this beautifully renovated, affordable home. Offering 3 bedrooms, large lounge, eat in kitchen with polished timber floor, fully ducted r/c a/c, neutral tones t/out, large entertainment raised deck, dble garage, manageable fully fenced rear yard and more, A must to inspect. Suit first home owners, investors, retirees or small family.

20 Acre Lifestyle Retreat Rare offering of quality built home set on approx. 20 acres w/beautiful blend of native vegetation & arable land. Whether as hobby farm or a fabulous place to raise the active family, both home & land offer great flexibility for a variety of potential purchasers. Bitumen road frontage, mains water only a few minutes drive from the Nuriootpa township.

Little Native Wilderness On 1800sqm, surrounded by a sanctuary-like setting attracting wildlife, this neat 10yo home has an airy feel with timber style floating floors, an open-plan & sliding glass to an immense rear decked verandah, idyllically overlooking bush-like surrounds. Huge shed, pergola, chook run, R/W. Secluded yet close to services. (Option of 2 extra 900sqm lots).

Downsize, But Keep the Van! Fab modern home sit. on cnr lot in the popular Kalimna Est has loads to offer, incl. direct access to lge area at rear of home, ideal for storing van, boat, trailer or extra vehicles. Manageable lot & feature packed home. Incl main b/room with wir and ens, birs, 9´ ceilings, ducted r/c a/c, dbl grge umr with direct home access and much more. Don´t wait!

Inspect: Sunday 12:45 - 1:15pm Web: HRE503 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828

Inspect: Sunday 2:30 - 3pm Web: HRER512 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828

Inspect: Sunday 3 - 3:30pm Web: HRE509 RLA: 219152 Felicity Cock: 0411 456 266

Inspect: Sunday 1:45 - 2:15pm Web: HRE514 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828 Michael Bogan: 0416 586 897

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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

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homburg.com.au Nuriootpa

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Lot 1003 Stonewell Road

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$490,000 - $515,000 29 Falkenberg Road

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$495,000 42a Maria Street

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$450,000 - $470,000 34 Lehmann Road

$395,000 - $415,000

Rural Living - Close to Town Small acreage (approx.1.5ha) a private sanctuary w/- native vegetation & stunning views. Small oil producing olive grove, ideal for the hobbyist, w/- balance of land lightly wooded, offering lots of potential. Comfortable 3 b’room home has formal & casual living, mod. kit., w.i. & bir´s to b’rooms, 3 way bathroom, enc. outdoor ent. area, ducted cooling & more.

¾ Acre Feature Packed Property Situated within town boundaries, rare 3000m2 lot is bound to attract a great deal of interest. 3 B’room residence, offering casual & formal living, ens. to main b’room, loads of b.i.c’s, r/c a/c, sch, r/-water t/out, massive covered ent. area w/- roll down blinds & bbq r/hood, dbl gge umr + van port, lge shed/ workshop, aviaries & much more. Impeccably est & maintained.

Quality, Style and Location More here than meets the eye. Sit. in heart of town, within easy walk of shops, restaurants, oval etc, Bartsch built home exudes quality, character & charm, w/- all mod cons. 3 b’room, 2 bath, formal & casual living, store room, timber kit., ducted r/c a/c, piped music, dbl gge umr w/- direct home access, 2 c/yards, fully enc. ent. area, u/g r/water t/out & much more.

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.

Inspect: Sunday 4 - 4:30pm Web: HRE505 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828

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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.

For Lovers of Outdoor Living & Entertaining Look beyond the well-presented yet plain facade & discover an amazing, stylishly updated property that is packed with holiday features & offers resort style living at home: extensive U/C areas, fully equipped outdoor kitchen, I/G solar heated pool, pool-house & outdoor games room, 38,000 litres of R/W, space for 6 vehicles off street plus potential for additional car storage.

Shining Space, Peaceful Place Style & class, space & light, privacy & peace are here in this unique park-side position, live, entertain & enjoy freely with neighbours on one side only. Shining porcelain tiling features in this residence of light & living zones include a huge home theatre room & immense open plan lifestyle space with stainless steel gas log fire & stunning designer island kitchen.

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!

Inspect: Saturday 2:45 - 3:15pm Web: HRE363 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349

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Lifestyle vision FROM this heavenly homestead nestled in the foothills of the Barossa Ranges, you can enjoy an idyllic lifestyle and run your thriving business from home, accompanied by breathtaking and endless views across the valley floor and beyond. This diverse 6.76ha property provides multiple sources of income with its hugely successful long-term established bed and breakfast operation comprising six self-contained accommodation sites, 10 acres of super premium dry grown vineyard, fantastic shedding, stables and unlimited scope to add to the business here in this stunning, elevated and leafy setting. ‘Blickinstal’ translates to ‘view into the valley’ and is the perfect base from which to enjoy the Barossa, offering secluded tranquillity that is just a country walk from the acclaimed Krondorf Road wineries and Bethany settlement, where local history and old stone farmhouses make this location an authentic Barossa experience. With the ‘Heysen Trail’ and the ‘Kaiser Stuhl Conservation Park’ located just behind the property, ‘Blickinstal’ is an idyllic health retreat. Set among the wonder of nature, surrounded by tall gums

What: Blickinstal. Where: Rifle Range Road, Tanunda. Price: On Application Agent: Homburg Real Estate. Salesperson: David Braunack on 0418 841 349.

and native birdsong, the property’s four units are beautifully upgraded with sparkling new bathrooms, luxurious kitchenettes with solid marble benchtops, quality co-ordinated furnishings, airconditioning and new flat-screen televisions. A full-length slated verandah provides the perfect vantage point for guests to sit back and enjoy a glass of wine while revelling in a slow sunset and in the ever-changing rural scene below. Adjacent, a gazebo with barbecue facilities allows the pleasure of outdoor dining through all seasons. Further up the hillside and ideally equipped for longer stays, the two light-filled split-level lodges provide more expansive living space and have the added luxury of spa bathrooms and the ambience of wood fuelled fires. To ensure smooth housekeeping, two easily accessible laundry and storage rooms service both the lodge pair and the unit group.

OUTSTANDING: An aerial view of Blickinstal in Tanunda above and below a ground view.

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INVITING: The two-storey Altona house (left) and at right, the amazing timber kitchen. THIS beautiful tree-studded allotment in Altona offers over an acre of tranquillity with stunning views of the Barossa. The two-storey residence comprises three large bedrooms upstairs, two with balconies from which to enjoy the views, and a main bathroom. Downstairs there is a huge open living area overlooked by the amazing timber kitchen with granite benchtops, superb

No expense has been spared in the establishment of this wonderful home, it is warm, inviting and quality throughout. Inspection is a must to truly appreciate all the qualities that this property, priced at $459,950 has to offer - a great find nestled in the heart of the Barossa. For more information contact Kies Real Estate, Gawler on 8523 3777.

appliances and slate flooring, together with large laundry and second toilet facilities. The enclosed verandah is a second entertaining area currently used to accommodate a pool table and spa, with sweeping views of the park-like grounds, fully established and easily maintained. There is also a 40x30x15 shed/workshop and another 20x20 lined shed/children’s retreat.

SITUATED on about two-and-a-half acres, this home at Lot 10 Womma Road, Virginia will definitely appeal to the large family looking for that extra space. Only a stone’s throw from the new Northern Expressway and Virginia Nursery and take your pick of where you would like to shop with the Virginia, Munno Para and Elizabeth shopping centres only a short drive away. The home features four bedrooms, the main with an ensuite and walkin robe. Temperature control is taken care of with split-system air conditioning for summer and slow combustion heating in winter. Open-plan for the kitchen / dine / family area give the owners room to move. Outside, the undercover entertainment area with café blinds is a beauty for relaxation.

There is a massive shed with concrete and power plus there is a bio cycle, reticulated to the garden. You will fall in love with this one. Put this one on your ‘must see list’ and give Shari Olsson (pictured) from RE/MAX Living Real Estate a call today on 0413 883 920.

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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.

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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!

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.

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Little native wilderness ABOVE: The Kapunda house nestled in natural bush and below the back verandah area.

THIS ranch-style timber-framed home in Kapunda is surrounded by a real taste of Australia with its leafy and natural sanctuary-like setting attracting birds and wildlife. Situated on 1800 square metres with the option of doubling the land size with a further two allotments, it is a retreat for relaxation and time away from the world and only a short walk from the convenience of main street services. A great place and space for the kids or for those who enjoy the quiet life, this neat decade-old home set back privately behind native tree growth seems to belong in this nook of nature. With timber-style floating floors, open-plan living with a slow combustion fire, ducted evaporative cooling, galley-style kitchen, threeway bathroom and three bedrooms, this home has an airy feel of freedom with sliding glass that takes living out onto the immense elevated rear deck and full length verandah, an idyllic outdoor living space overlooking the bush-like surrounds. Down some heavy timber slab steps off the rear verandah, the paved and shaded pergola space is semi-

enclosed in a sense of greenery and is an ideal alfresco zone for barbecues in the heat of summer. The property’s huge shed with 10 foot sliding entrance and concrete floor provides expansive space to shelter vehicles, a caravan and workshop. Several rainwater tanks are ideal for backyard use and a fabulous chicken coop adds to the idea of semiself-sufficiency. For those looking for even more space to live their dream, the neighbouring double block is also available and has numerous established fruit trees to enjoy through the seasons and offers the potential to build another dwelling or two. Discover the natural beauty of the lifestyle here.

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Men in tights THE new and hilarious Australian World Premiere production of Men In Pink Tights has included the Barossa in its list of performance stops. This production is the ultimate send up of both classical and contemporary ballet and is targeted for males and females, young and old. From the thrilling pirouettes of the male dancers in drag, with brilliant and innovative

choreography to the side splitting humour, the show is presented in lavish costumes worth $3million. It is sure to excite, entertain and amuse audiences as burly men transform into dainty, slightly hairy swans. The Barossa show falls on, Saturday, March 31, with bookings to be made by contacting the Barossa Arts and Convention Centre, Tanunda, on 8561 4299.

Adam Harvey in Ticket giveaway the Barossa

Open your mind and try Tai Chi TAI Chi is an ancient form of movement and young and old have the opportunity to share in the skill in Kapunda. The unique exercise helps by developing co-ordination of the body and mind and mental well being by gently strengthening most of the body. According to teacher Philip, Tai Chi is fun and also means social interaction. “Almost everyone who has tried Tai Chi feels the benefits within the first week,” he said. Philip has been teaching beginners and advanced classes at Kapunda and Clare for several years. To find out more or to book a class in Kapunda, give Philip a call on 8528 6226.

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TICKETS are steadily moving to the Adam Harvey concert at the Vine Inn on Sunday, February 5. So get in now before it’s too late. The Australian country music singer reached another pinnacle on the weekend after his work ‘Falling into Place’ won Album Of The Year at ‘The Golden Guitars’ Music Awards. “I’m so excited and honoured to win the Album Of The Year. This album means so much to me and to win this Golden Guitar is an amazing way to cap off a great 12 months,” Adam said. This is his third Album Of The Year award and eighth Golden Guitar overall. Falling Into Place is his seventh studio album and it reached No 1 on the Country Music charts and a Top 10 debut on the ARIA album charts. Adam looks forward to sharing his music and success with the Barossa on February 5 from 7pm. Doors open at 5pm with no reserved seating, only general admission. Tickets are just $30. For more details phone the Vine Inn on 8562 2133 or visit vineinn.com.au.

IF YOU’RE desperate to hear the sounds of Hall and Oates and Icehouse on February 11, the Herald can help. Up for grabs is a double pass to ‘a day on the green’ at Peter Lehmann Wines. The concert is a chance to sit on the lawns of the Tanunda winery while sipping Barossa wines and listening to great music. All you need to do is send an email and explain in 25 words or less why you want to be part of a day on the green. Special consideration will be given to those who are creative. Email entries need to be forwarded to michelle.orielly@ruralpress.com with ‘adotg’ in the subject box and entrants names and day time telephone numbers must be included. Entries need to be received by Monday, February 6 at 5pm, with the winner announced by phone on Tuesday, February 7. The double pass will be made available at the gates. Good luck.

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24th FEB EAT PRAY LOVE (M) Entry including a glass of wine $15. Meals available from $15. No BYO food or drink. Doors open 7pm. Movies commence after sunset. Please bring deck chairs or picnic rugs. In the event of inclement weather movies will be cancelled.

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Keep it clean READY: Ken Rosenzweig of Barossa Pressure Cleaning.

YOUR LOCAL COMPLETE WINDOW FASHION SPECIALISTS Solve your heat problems

IMPRESSIVE: The pavers around the home of Peter Fairweather in Tanunda before (left) and after (right) attention by Barossa Pressure Cleaning run by Ken and Janine Rosenzweig.

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AS ONE of the Barossa Valley’s most respected land agents, Peter Fairweather knows the value of property presentation. Peter, principal of Barossa Real Estate, had no hestitation using Barossa Pressure Cleaning when his own home needed attention. “The pavers around my house were black,” Peter said. “After encouraging people to make sure their properties are spotless when they go on sale, I knew I had to have the pavers cleaned. “I have used the services of Ken and Janine Rosenzweig for many years, especially for the polishing of floors. Now they had branched out with a pressure cleaning service I had no hesitation giving them a call. “I can’t believe how well the pavers at my house came up after having them pressure cleaned,” he said. Peter said if people intend placing their house on the market or just wanted to add value to consider using the services of Barossa Pressure Cleaning.

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Cool man cool H G Humphrys in Gawler have all your air conditioning needs covered. From window and/or wall splitsystem to fully ducted evaporative or reverse-cycle systems, H G Humphrys has it all. And they must do it right as the company has been installing air conditioners in the Gawler area (and beyond) for more than 18 years. They have had plenty of repeat business from clients who have moved house or have been referred by other customers. H G Humphrys have been a Bonaire dealer for many years and currently have very good offers available. Bring in your plan or fax or email to Bob Pearce at H G Humphrys or he can go out and do a free home inspection. Better still, drop in to H G Humphrys new store at 41 Murray Street, opposite the Kingsford Hotel and see their wide range of air conditioners. Make no mistake, they will have you cool in no time.

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KEEPING COOL: Bruce Fanning from H G Humphrys in the store’s new showroom at 41 Murray Street, Gawler, opposite the Kingsford Hotel. Bruce, and the friendly team, are ready to ensure customers keep their cool during the hot weather forecast for South Australia for the next few months. Drop in to their new showroom or for any information give the staff a call on 8522 1111.

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Grant’s work encourages blinds faith EXCELLENCE in workmanship has delivered its reward for Tanunda-based Grant Dahlitz of Barossa Window Fashions. Grant had previously carried out work on rental properties for Janet Teusner of Gawler. So she had no hesitation in engaging him for the installation of blinds at her recently-purchased rental property in Tanunda. “About 18 months ago I needed some window furnishings fitted into the Gawler properties,” Janet said. “As is my normal way, I went about getting four to five quotes. “I was quite surprised at how affordable Grant’s quote was,” she added. “This time I didn’t even bother getting other quotes. “The quality of his work, attention to detail, punctuality along with an outstanding knowledge of the quality products with which he deals makes it an absolute pleasure to do business with him.” Janet said she was delighted with the work of Barossa Window Fashions yet again. She had vertical blinds, timber venetian blinds and roller blinds fitted in various rooms of the latest property. “I would certainly have no hesitation in recommending Grant to anyone who wants any window fashion work carried out.” For a quality and affordable solution to your window furnishing problems give Grant a call at Barossa Window Fashions on 1800 447 499.

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DELIGHTED: Janet Teusner proudly displays the blinds installed by Grant Dahlitz of Barossa Window Fashions.

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NISSAN has announced the latest piece of ‘must-have’ kit for the iPhone - a ground-breaking self-healing iPhone case. The Nissan Scratch Shield iPhone case features the brand’s pioneering self-healing paint finish, a world first in paint technology developed in 2005 and already used on a number of Nissan and Infiniti models. Now this ground-breaking technology has been applied to a product that’s prone to scratches through everyday use - the smartphone - with Nissan’s new Scratch Shield case meaning iPhonelovers can keep their phone looking at its best for longer. Developed by Nissan in collaboration with University of Tokyo and Advanced Softmaterials Inc, the unique Scratch Shield paint finish was initially designed for automotive use and is available on the Nissan Murano, 370Z and X-Trail along with the Infiniti range of products. Now, thanks to Nissan’s pioneering approach, this technology is being trialled for the first time on a nonautomotive product in Europe, with the Nissan Scratch Shield iPhone case. The Nissan Scratch Shield iPhone case has been designed using several automotive engineering innovations to deliver a more durable and long-lasting paint coat, and closely fitting, tight case. The case has three key benefits: the highly flexible and elastic properties of Scratch Shield paint technology allows fine scratches to quickly mend themselves; its tactile gel-like rather than glossy surface is more scratchresistant than conventional paint and provides a better grip; and the case itself is made of ABS plastic - a high grade substance widely used in the automotive industry which is more rigid and robust than other plastics.

DEVELOPED: Scratch Shield case. The outer ‘paint’ is made from polyrotaxane, which means that when damage occurs to the coating in the form of a fine scratch, the chemical structure is able to react to change back to its original shape and fill the gap - ‘healing’ the blemish. An initial batch of prototypes of the innovative Scratch Shield iPhone cases has been produced by Nissan for BETA testing with selected journalists and customers, but if demand proves strong, it will look to put the cases on general sale later this year. The Scratch Shield iPhone case is an example of taking Nissan automotive technology that has had a huge impact for their customers, and then shifting the boundaries to apply it to another everyday product.

Boy uses father’s car after missing bus A 10-year-old French boy has been apprehended by police after taking his father's car and trying to drive it to school when he missed the bus. The boy, who took along a nine-year-old friend who also missed

the bus, made it more than two kilometres in his father's Renault Megane before crashing into a roadside pylon, police in the south-eastern town of Valence said. “I had my seatbelt on,” the boy told police when

they arrived. Neither boy was injured. Police said the boy could face charges of driving without a licence and damaging public property. Prosecutors will decide whether to press ahead with the case.

* Private & Business Fleet Buyers Only. #ABN Holders only. Maximum recommended driveaway price including 12 months registration, 12 months CTP, stamp duty, other applicable statutory charges and dealer delivery. Metallic paint $495 extra. Price will vary from dealer to dealer. ºTo approved commercial applicants of Nissan Financial Services Australia Pty Ltd, ACL 391464. Offer valid for vehicles ordered and delivered by March 31, 2012. Only at participating Dealers. First repayment: July 2012. Interest applies for entire loan period. Terms and conditions apply. Offer excludes Rental Fleet buyers. ^$2,500 Factory Bonus applies to Series 4 X-TRAIL 4WD ST, STL and Ti Petrol models only. Factory Bonus is not transferable, not exchangeable and cannot be redeemed for cash. †1.9% pa comparison rate for new Micra vehicles. Approved applicants of NFSA only; 36 month term, terms and conditions apply. Comparison rate is based on a 5 year secured loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the example given. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Only available at participating dealers. Prices, factory bonus and finance offers valid for vehicles ordered and delivered between 1/1/12 and 31/3/12. ‡Applies to the first 12x10,000kms scheduled service intervals for up to 6 years/120,000kms (whichever occurs first). Some exclusions apply. Ask your Nissan Dealer or visit nissan.com.au/cpstcs for full terms and conditions.

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Be My Valentine BLOOMING BEAUTIFUL: Maggie and Millie from Miss Maggies flowers are getting ready for the Valentine’s rush. Roses are lovely for Valentine’s Day but don't forget that lilies are also a stunning choice that smell divine.

Give her a gift she’ll treasure.. Free rose with every Gift Basket Huge variety of gift baskets to choose from

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GIFTS: Wrapped in Style at Murray Street, Gawler are well stocked for Valentine’s Day on February 14. Janice Pearce is holding one of the store’s special hampers which will have great appeal to all romantics. There is even a ‘naughty’ section so drop in and see what has been packed in the hampers. For a special treat, anyone who purchases a basket will receive a free red rose. Wrapped in Style also is well stocked with plush bears, photo frames, jewellery boxes, cards and so much more. Why not take in a photo of your special loved one and choose a frame? The girls will then insert it for you and gift wrap it for free.

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

GARAGE SALES

1,000 LITRE SHUTTLE CONTAINERS ideal for fire fighting water storage - $100. 18 available. Call Landmark Gawler 85222266

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 admin.barossaherald@ruralpress.com

GARAGE SALE 8 Ngadjuri Street, Nuriootpa. Saturday 4th Feb. 8am - 1pm.

MARRIAGE CELEBRANT - Margaret Curd - perfect ceremonies designed for you. Please call me 0423205140. www.margaretcurd.com.au

Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988

HUMBLE, Mark Congratulations and best wishes on your 21st, 31/01/91. Wishing you health and happiness and much success in the future. All our love Mum, Dad, Kristy and Andrew.

BIRTH NOTICES JENKE(nee Mickan) Daniel, Louise & big sister Amalie welcome with love the arrival of Grace Isla. Born 16th January, weighing 7pd 11oz. Special thanks to Dr Tamlin & NECH.

DEATH NOTICES ARGENT, Laurel Merle (nee Brereton) 02/04/1915 - 22/01/2012 Aged 96 years. Loving wife of Angas Edward Mark (deceased). Dearly loved mother of Grace and Marlene. AT REST Lovingly cared for by the staff at Mount Pleasant District Hospital Aged Care. As per Laurel's wishes, her private funeral service was conducted in the Folland Chapel, Enfield, on January 31, 2012.

Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm 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. ELBERTA PEACHES Ian Schwarz. Bethany 85632047 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.

GENERATORS

Barossa Valley 8562 1169 Accredited Member Australian Funeral Directors Association JOHN BROWN. Passed away 27th January 2012 at Torbay Qld after illness. Funeral 2.30pm Wed 8th February at Kirks Chapel, 224 Urraween Road, Hervey Bay Qld. At peace and reunited with his beloved Barbara.

IN MEMORIAM DOECKE, Rodney Kevin In loving memory of Rodney who suddenly passed away 31/1/2011. Sadly missed by sister Yvonne, brother-in-law Richard, Anne & Stephen. POLKINGHORNE, Jean Passed away 2nd February, 2010. Two years have passed since you slipped away to Heaven. My soul mate, forever in my heart. Not a day goes by that your are not in my thoughts. Loved & missed every day. Your loving husband Bill.

Aussie Brand, Low Speed, Diesel Super Silenced, 12kva $4999, 15kva $5299, 25kva $5999, Quality portable diesels, electric start 8kva $1649 delivered, 0432 636 678 www.outbackgenerators.com. au

GERMAN CUCKOO CLOCK approx. 150 x 150mm. Early 2000 as new in excellent working condition $225. Has your cuckoo clock lost its cuckoo? Let me quote you for a restoration! Please phone Ted on 85622384 GUN SALES. Ammo, repairs, safes, accessories & service. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors, 48 Murray St, Gawler 85226200 HAY OATEN WHEATEN Hay from $35 roll Phone Peter & Bev Grocke 0429 694 058 or 8563 2113 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 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 PLANTS - Natives, perennials, tube stock, water wise etc. MORNING STAR NURSERY Lot 1 Cossins St., Kapunda. Ph: 85663952. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am- 5pm.

WINERY EQUIPMENT 2" mono pump forward and reverse, basket press, grape stork grower, old cylinder, wine pump, wine fittings. 0409300354 YOUNG PEKIN BANTEMS $6 each 85662339

SATURDAY 4TH FEBRUARY household items, after 8am 5 Johann Mattner Ct, Lyndoch

WANTED ANY SCRAP METAL Will pay cash for the removal of yours. Ph: 0412259039

WRECKING

ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117

Ford Falcon EL Sedan 4 Litre motor and auto transmission, 145,000 km, roof rack, most parts available. Ford Falcon AU II XLS Super Cab Utility 4 Litre motor. 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 VX Berlina Sedan 3.8 Litre motor and auto transmission, 120,000 km, factory mags. Holden Commodore VZ Lumina Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, 76,000 km Holden Commodore VZ Stationwagon 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, roof rack, most parts available. 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

CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694

GAWLER MOTOR WRECKING 3 Prescott Crescent, Gawler Belt 8522 5677 or 0416 081 109

MOTOR VEHICLES

TO GIVEAWAY WHITE SHOP COUNTER damaged slightly by flood water, up on 2 sides about 30cm. Otherwise in perfect condition. Has one shelf, suit storage for shed/garage etc. Ph: 0422250725

PETS BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog clipping, heated hydrobathing, blowdrying & nails for all breeds. LARGE & SMALL by an animal lover. Ph: 0418810323 HOOTZ DOG GROOMING Mobile. Qualified groomer. Nuriootpa Ph: Justin 0406840020 HYDROPAWS 4pawfectpaws. Mobile nose to tail pet care. Heated hydrobath, blowdry, nails & clipping. Ph: Bridget 0488444542

LIVESTOCK J.W. SMART WOOLBUYERS PTY LTD. Will buy all types. Flexible hours. Ph: 0417878486 - jwsmartbigpond.com

ENTERTAINMENT FISHING CHARTERS Yorke Peninsula, from $200 p/p, ph 0417 877 016, charterfishing.com .au

PERSONAL MT. PLEASANT area. Unrushed & personal 4 gents who prefer private. 0466964374

ACCOMODATION WANTED WANTED to rent farmhouse or house with small acreage for mature couple, top refs., long lease essential. Ph. 85663031 www.barossaherald.com.au

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 admin.barossaherald@ruralpress.com

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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

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General Towing, breakdowns, caravans, boats, farm machinery

0404 856 309

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MARRIAGES

180 LITRE chest freezer $100, small column heater $10, dual strip heater (large box design) $10, 2 x 48" ceiling fans $20 ea, new 48" ceiling fan with light $40, toaster oven $10, 1930s carved dining table $500 (6 unmatched chairs $10ea), matching sideboard $500, 2 x ornate chairs/gold upholstery $50ea, single ensemble $100, chest of drawers $20, 2 x office desks $30 & $50, desk return to match $50, chest of drawers to match $50, 2 x office chairs $10ea, metal bench /desk with vinyl top (comes with extra slide-on top to enlarge it's size) $40, 3-drawer filing cabinet $50, taupe rey pair of nearly new curtains (suit reasonably large window/sliding door) $60, 4 x framed Bali rubbings $20ea, Olympus motor drive $30, Inheritance book $10. Kapunda: 85662625 or 0416247561.

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BMW 740i. Silver/black leather. XON-962 Regd. 7/9/12. 6,746 Km. All access. 20" mag wheels. Full details. Ph: 85621197 CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309 HOLDEN ASTRA 2003 WRX-176 reg to 4 /12, a/c, auto, 188,000kms, $6250 ono 85246845 or 0428826873

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.

FOR RENT 1/3 YOUNG STREET. Neat, 1 bedroom unit in Kapunda. Freshly painted. Good size living/dining area with kitchen and new AC unit. A good size bedroom with new carpet. Private rear yard area. No pets $160 per week. Avail now. Contact Brock Harcourt Gawler Property Management on 8523 3319 4/3 YOUNG STREET. Easy to maintain, 2 bedroom unit in Kapunda. Open plan kitchen, living and dining area. A/C unit in lounge. 2 decent size bedrooms. Easy to look after front garden. Private rear yard area. No pets. $160 pw avail 26.2.12 Contact Brock Harcourt Gawler Property Management on 8523 3319 BAROSSA AREA 3 b.r. house, A/C, garage, pets neg., available late January. $280 p.w. Ph: 0407619246 KAPUNDA RENTAL - Brand new 3 bed, Master with walk through robe to 2 way bathroom, bed 2 & 3 with WIR. Well appointed kitchen with dishwasher, spacious open plan living and ducted R/C. Single lock up carport, fully enclosed low maintenance backyard, garden shed and rainwater. $290.00 pw, Available now. No pets. Ph: 0427605059 admin.barossaherald@ruralpress.com


HEALTH & BEAUTY

POSITIONS VACANT

ACRYLIC

FREE TRAINING! POSITIONS VACANT

LOST & FOUND

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MASSAGE Therapeutic, Aromatherapy, Pregnancy Massage, Aromatherapy Pamper Packages, Myofacial Release, Reiki. 7 years professional experience. Gift vouchers & Pensioner discounts available. Consulting in Kapunda. Liz Ronan. Ph:85663125 or 0400760010

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CERT IV FRONTLINE MANAGEMENT

$4000 Government Training Incenves are available for *eligible parcipants making the course cost neutral!

Call to discuss (08) 8562 2122

McColl’s Transport is seeking an experienced driver for casual work in the Barossa region. HC/MC licence essential, Please contact Ashley on 1800 032018 or forward your resume to hr@mccolls.com.au

Beaurepaires Tanunda

Truck Tyre Fitter

GAWLER'S MONSTER FAIR FUN DAY Saturday 17th March 10am-4pm Gawler High School, Barnet Rd, Evanston. Stallholders Welcome - Insurance needed. Phone 0408 814 954 Email funkyallsortz@live.com.au MARKET Barossa Junction Motel this Sat 4th 9.30 - 2.30. Craig's fruit/veg, many variety stalls. Sites $10 Glenda 85633181

PENRICE COMMUNITY CONSULTATION GROUP MEETING Wednesday 8th February 6pm-10pm Barossa Council Chambers ~All welcome~ 1789096

BODY, MIND & SPIRIT FAIR ANGASTON TOWN HALL

Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 February 10am – 5pm both days $5 entry for whole weekend Includes admittance to FREE talks! 8 different Readers, 8 Gift stalls 5 different Healing Practitioners Full catering. Ring Jan 0408 819 826

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 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 DO YOU LOVE HOME DECORATING? Partylite gifts, a leading sales marketer of candles and candle accessories, is an established company that is new to the Barossa Valley. Host a Partylite show and receive high quality candles and beautiful accessories for your home. Book a show now and experience the wonder of the most beautiful candles and accessories on the market. Career Opportunities are also available for independent consultants who want more time in their life. Set you own hours, be your own boss and work your business around your life. And most of all there is no start up financial outlay. For more information Call Trish on 0428 232 897 LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown

gemma_hales@goodyear.com or call Gemma 03 8416 7343

Approx 15-20 hours per week. Must be a motivated, energetic person able to adapt quickly and work in a team environment. Please phone

0438 630 075 for a interview

APPRENTICE BAKER/PASTRY COOK REQUIRED

The Barossa – committed to excellence in Local Government Works Supervisor (5 Year Fixed Term Contract) The Barossa Council is committed to providing the community, business, industry and visitors with high quality services and facilities that contribute to an attractive environment and lifestyle. An exciting opportunity has arisen within our Works and Engineering team for three highly motivated, energetic and outcome-driven supervisors. The primary focus of these roles is responsibility for assessing Council’s asset infrastructure, developing work orders and supervising maintenance projects and crews in terms of time, cost, safety, environment and quality. To be successful within this role you will require: • Demonstrated experience in a business/project operations management role gained at a similar level • Understanding of and an ability to apply Council Asset Management systems and policies • Ability to proactively build relationships with key stakeholders •Management experience with capability to achieve service standards and delivery • Experience in researching and understanding complex information to develop and implement operational solutions • Ability to embrace and practice the Council’s strategic direction

Looking for a self-motivated, energetic person with a passion for food. Please phone

0438 630 075 for a interview

Hairdresser wanted Part time position

Texture & Hue are seeking a motivated, fully qualified senior stylist who likes working in a positive and relaxed, yet current and professional environment.

Aluminium Window & Door Installer - Full Time We have a vacancy for an enthusiastic and motivated person to assist with the installation of aluminium window and door frames at various commercial and domestic sites within SA, involving a variety of aluminium framing systems. Similar industry experience would be an advantage or this position would suit a young person willing to learn on the job. Applications required by Monday 13th February 2012 to PO Box 766, Tanunda, 5352. Fax 85630150, Email admin@rogaschwindows.com.au or for further details Phone 8563 2280

These positions offer the opportunity to work within a dynamic, challenging and rewarding environment. The successful applicants will be provided with training and support to operate within Council’s Management and IT systems. Applicants will also be required to complete psychometric testing and a pre-employment medical as a part of the selection process. For further information please refer to www.barossa.sa.gov.au or contact Human Resources on 8563 8444. To apply please forward your application addressing the qualifications, specialist knowledge and skills required to The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa SA 5355 or email hr@barossa.sa.gov.au, by Monday 13th February 2012. The Barossa Council is committed to EEO principles, workplace diversity and professional development.

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Apply by sending a resume to

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Benefits include discounted tyres, career progression, training and development opportunities.

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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.

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SHOP ASSISTANT REQUIRED

Diagnosing tyre problems and changing tyres and rims.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Need Help? Contact 83463255 Meeting: Friday's - C.W.A. Building Kapunda - 8pm.

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CASUAL

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COMING EVENTS

We are looking for a mechanically minded person to join our team! Must have a manual drivers license and excellent customer service skills. Workshop and field based role.

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LOST Set of car keys (in Lyndoch area) with Lyndoch Motors key ring. Please contact Paul 0422064717

The position is for a person wishing to fulfil a 'rent a chair' agreement where you are solely responsible for your own clientele and responsibilities expected upon this type of agreement. A great opportunity to take home above award wages and enjoy the rewards of your own hard work without the fuss of running a salon. Reasonable rates and an opportunity which is hard to find. Applications to be sent via email including a letter of application and a full CV to textureandhue@gmail.com also must contain a contact name and phone number from a past or present work colleague and past employer. All applications are strictly confidential. Only one position available. Applications close 1.03.2012. WH1789423

Tanunda Lutheran Home “A Workplace of Choice” TLH is a large Residential Aged Care facility with a proud reputation, Christian philosophy of care and excellent working environment. REGISTERED & ENROLLED NURSES PERSONAL CARE WORKERS RNs for permanent day and night shift. EN and PCW casuals working towards PPT. Maximum salary sacrifice and other staff benefits make this an equitable employment option. Enquiries to Felicity Hage, DOC. Application forms and job specifications available by phoning 8563 7777 or emailing reception@tlhome.com.au. Written applications with resume and references to 27 Bridge Street, Tanunda 5352.

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NAILS, makeup & spray tanning. FULL SET ACRYLIC NAILS $45 Phone Lisa 0417658188 Williamstown

POSITIONS VACANT

Applications close 15 February.

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WORK WANTED

PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

AWESOME PAVING all types of paving and retaining walls. Barossa Valley areas. Free quotes. Ph. Robert 0430447159

DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993

LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL

HOME CLEANING & IRONING - $15 off first reg. service so you try us out. Ph: Carolyn or Nat till 8pm daily incl. w/ends. 0409691576

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT Pursuant to Section 38 (5) of the Development Act, 1993

JOB WELL DONE! Do you need your home cleaned. Please phone Margaret on 0418940202 References available.

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 application area as follows:DEVELOPMENT NO. 313/396/2011 APPLICATION A R Kleinig & A S Kleinig ADDRESS PO Box 1 STOCKWELL SA 5355 NATURE OF THE Single storey detached DEVELOPMENT dwelling with a verandah attached (Non-Complying) SUBJECT OF LAND Heintze Road MOPPA, Sec 22 HP 160100, Hd Belvidere CERTIFICATE OF Volume 5840 Folio 247 TITLE

The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) is seeking applications from operators of In Home Care and Occasional Care services or persons applying for approval of such services, interested in receiving an allocation of Occasional Care or In Home Care places, or an additional allocation of

ROLLER shutter repairs 08 85662922

such places. Further information, including the applicant guidelines and application forms, is available online at

CASUAL WORK WANTED

www.deewr.gov.au/earlychildhood. If you do not have internet access please contact 1300 363 079. Applicants will be required to make an objective assessment of their operational requirements, demonstrate their capacity to deliver quality child care and meet allocation criteria. Places are limited and there is no guarantee that all applicants will be allocated places. It is preferred that

Phone 8563 0198

applications are submitted electronically and must be received by Friday 9 March 2012.

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REAL ESTATE PRELIMINARY NOTICE FOR PRIVATE SALE/RENT - ANGASTON Semi renovated 3BR Home 5 min walk from Main St. Enquiries 0402762681

BAD CREDIT? Personal loans, car loans, Home loans. Find your lost superannuation, Superannuation Consolidation. 0412 804 248 Brigette

PUBLIC NOTICES

Barossa United Junior Soccer Club REGISTRATION DAY NEW AND CURRENT PLAYERS WELCOME TO APPLY FOR THE 2012 SEASON

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH 11am – 1pm U6 – U8 $135, U9 – U17 $160 Fees to be paid on the day CLUBROOMS AT BAROSSA TOURIST PARK, ENTER AT GATE BEHIND NURIOOTPA HIGH SCHOOL OFF PENRICE RD Info: Grant Bell 85663668 (0488 963668), Suzanne Halman 85633640 (0427 633640) Online Registration at www.barossaunited.com.au (Registration not accepted until all fees are paid and subject to team requirements)

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AGES 4 - 16 WELCOME

DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993

Small Batch Contract Winemaking

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT

Skillogalee offers contract winemaking services to growers, winemakers and wine branders, who want to convert their fruit into product for their own label or who require initial processing of their Clare Valley fruit locally. Iconic to Clare, Skillogalee has the capacity to crush 350t of fruit. We specialise in small parcels, from around 4t to 20t, for premium, boutique wines. We offer the ability to tailor consultancy or full contract winemaking services to your needs. Progressive and innovative, the winery is considered a benchmark in Australia for its professionalism and its integrated use of technology alongside good, oldfashioned winemaking techniques to ensure you receive the highest quality, handcrafted wines. Contact our qualified and experienced winemaking team on 08 8843 4113 or email dan@skillogalee.com.au

DEVELOPMENT NO. 960/00441/12 NATURE OF THE DEVELOPMENT

Retaining Wall and Fence

SUBJECT LAND

15 Reg Smith Cr WILLIAMSTOWN SA 5351

The application may be examined at The Barossa Council Office, 43-51 Tanunda Road, Nuriootpa during business hours. Any person or body affected may make relevant representations in writing concerning this application, to be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa SA 5355 or email barossa@barossa.sa.gov.au, and received not later than 5:00pm, 15/02/2012.

AUTHORISED Jake McVicar OFFICER DATE 1 February 2012 THIS IS THE FIRST AND ONLY PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE

Each person making a submission should indicate whether they wish to appear personally or be represented before Council’s Development Assessment Panel in support of their submission. A copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the applicant to respond.

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The application my 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, 15 February 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. 1789187

PAINTER Local experience. Quality work. Free quote. Ph: Peter 0417805982 Lic. No. BLD48086

Request for applications for the allocation of Child Care Benefit Approved Occasional Care and In Home Care Places

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Community News Gawler Garden Club THE December meeting of the Gawler Garden Club was a casual Christmas gathering. Members and partners enjoyed a sumptuous evening meal with salads, sweets and fruit cup provided by themselves. The hall was decorated with Christmas trees, lights and paper doily snowflakes. The evening concluded with the Christmas raffle. A generous spirit was shown by the donated items for Gawler U-care. The next meeting will be held on February 7 at the Gawler Zion Lutheran Church hall with doors open at about 7pm and meeting business beginning at 8pm. Visitors are welcome.

Barossa Writers Best-selling travel author Lydia Laube will be guest speaker at the Barossa Writers’ Inc annual general meeting AGM this year. Lydia is well known for her first best seller ‘Behind the Veil’, her story of nursing in Saudi Arabia. Other entertaining tales from this intrepid and widely travelled author include ‘Llama for Lunch’ and ‘Is This The Way to Madagascar?’ The Barossa Writers meet regularly on the second Wednesday of every month.

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Some are published authors, some have won awards and others write simply for enjoyment. It is a warm and supportive group with members writing in many different genres. Newcomers are always welcome. The AGM will be held in the Uniting Church Hall at Williamstown on February 8 at 10am with a shared lunch to follow. Contact Chris on 8523 7535 or Mary on 8524 7341

WAB on-line If connecting with rural women around the state on-line interests you, the Women in Agriculture and Business SA email branch would be worth joining. WAB set up the WAB On-Line branch in 2007 and members meet monthly by email to discuss issues affecting agriculture, rural life and themselves. Members are located in all corners of SA including Mount Gambier, the far West Coast, Mid North and Adelaide. Each month, the branch facilitator, currently Elke Unger from Mount Schank in the South East, begins the meeting with an email to all with some discussion points. Members contribute throughout the following week with their opinions and experiences. The November meeting saw members contribute their ideas

on the issue of country school bus contracts and share their Melbourne Cup day activities. Issues can be forwarded to WAB Council for lobbying action. On-Line branch has met face to face as well with a dinner and a Spanish lunch complete with flamenco dancer for entertainment. A get together for the group is planned for early 2012. WAB’s Adair Dunsford says the On-Line branch was set up for isolated women or those who do not have the time to attend WAB branch meetings. She said it is also one way for rural women to have a membership of the progressive and dynamic WAB group if there is no local branch. On-Line members are full members of WAB receiving all WAB information including the quarterly newsletter, WAB News by email. They can attend any of the six annual Regional Conferences and the annual State Conference. Members are sent information on events, board positions and scholarships with one On-Line member’s son recently winning a scholarship to support his university study. WAB is currently involved in designing an independent website and plans to have a forum site on that for members. For further information contact WAB’s Administration officer, Cheree Reichl wabinsa@gmail.com or phone 0403 715473.

REAR: Prayer Academy, trained by Gary Searle, appears to be looking over the top of stall three prior to the start of last Wednesday’s St John Ambulance Maiden at Gawler. Well fancied, Prayer Academy failed to run a place but Searle had a win later in the day with Just a Giggle then Sham’s Time won for the stable at Morphettville on Saturday.

McEvoy pleased KILDALTON Park thoroughbred trainer Tony McEvoy was delighted with his stable runners at Monday’s Murray Bridge trials. McEvoy trialled eight horses and hopes they can measure up in better class races over the next few months. One of the stars was three-year-old Pelicano which the trainer hopes can prove an SA Derby hopeful. Pelicano, ridden by stable jockey Matthew Neilson ran third in a 900 metre trial. “He worked home really well over the final stages,” McEvoy said. “I hope I’m not misguided but everything he has done suggests he

NIGHT TENNIS Monday Night Red/White

NEW STAFF: Staff and students at Nuriootpa High School welcomed eight new teachers this year. At back, principal Ian Tooley is pictured with from left, Winston Bartlett, Louise O’Halloran Alex Hoffman, Jen Watts, Jessica Light, (Front) Phil Thompson, John Roy and John Setlhong.

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Freeling Outsiders 9-54 def Kapunda 3-35; Gully Breezes 7-58 def Angaston All Stars 5-48; Woodies 10-67 def Barossa Blues 2-35; Peckers 7-64 def Maranock 5-46; Cana’balls 10-64 def Via Allendale 222. Monday Night Blue Freeling Extras 9-58 def Whose Fault 3-28; The Whackits 6-61 def Kick Ace 6-52. No Wednesday matches

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can run a Derby distance and now it is finding out if he has the class.” Pelicano hasn’t raced since winning a 1400 metre event at Morphettville Parks on October 3. He is likely to trial again before making a raceday reappearance. McEvoy was happy with former Queensland mare Glacial Miss who won a 900 metre trial by two lengths. “She was a bit keen but hit the line strongly and should prove competitive in Adelaide.” McEvoy also unveiled an imported galloper Sysmo which ran fourth in a 900 metre trial and is likely to run on February 11.

because of Australia Day on Thursday.

LAWN BOWLS Robertstown results for January 28. Division One at Robertstown. Robertstown 73 v Clare Gold 74 B Friebel - 22, R Wurst 27; N Eberhard - 19, K Clarke - 27; M Colbey 32, R Howles - 20. Division Two at Burra. Robertstown 63 v Burra Green 64. D Niemz - 31, D Day - 22; M Lehmann - 22, F

Fennell - 21; A Menzel 10, I Wride - 21. Teams for February 4. Division One v Spalding. J Stacey, R Coe, L Booth, B Friedel; G Rooke, S Schulz, N Nicholson, M Colbey; C Heinrich, A Kotz, R Kotz, N Eberhard. Division Two v Clare Blue. S Wilksch, C Stocker, R Wilksch, D Niemz; K Voigt, R Schutz, T Rule, M Lehmann; D Schmidt, R Dunsdon, D Ruediger, A Menzel. Bar: M Lehmann; Duty Rink: A Menzel; Hostess: Ev Ross; Team Manager: A Menzel.

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SPORTS GOLF KAPUNDA Kapunda Landmark Trophy Pairs Ambrose competition: C Sutherland/D Crockett 613/4, W Skinner/T Holding 631/4, T Moritz/J Higgins 631/4, B Williams/D Arch 631/2, P McCarthy/A Sherrah 651/4, D Sherrah/E Sangster 651/4, J Owen/I Watson 653/4. BAROSSA Blue Course stableford competition. A grade M O’Brien 38, r/u L Collins 38; B grade P Temme 41, r/u D Quodling 37; C grade A Smith 39, r/u G McDonald 39. A grade (33 players): Z Fuller 38, J Alderson 35, T Giles, G Johnson, J Kurtz all 34, R Nairn 33. B grade (31 players): D Venning, K Farley, G Wills, C Sims all 36, G Reynolds 35, T Chiverton 35. C grade (19 players): C Sonntag 37, S Blackmore 37, A Wigan 36. Ladies competition winner B Both 41. P Johnson 37, S Siviour 36. NTP 3rd G Johnson; 4th 2nd shot P Temme; 6th K Farley; 10th 2nd shot T Cowgill; 12th D Johnson; 17th T Giles. Long drives: A grade P Hefferan; B grade T Chiverton; C grade S Blackmore. Ladies novelty, best back nine: B Both 22. White Course stroke competition winner I Fyfe 67. Ball winners: S O’Neil 68, G Burgess 68, C Linden 69, J Kurtz, A Oats, S Andrews all 70, P Nash 71, G Bethune 71. Ladies competition winner S Siviour 76. NTP 6th R Thiele; 15th M Wilson. 4BBB: L Williams, G Burgess 45. MT PLEASANT Par/4BBB competition: N Wilson/I Wannan +10, R Elliott/A Wake +9, S Tregenza/D Swann +7, L Claridge/R Jackson +7, R Searle/R Hargraves +6, K Vine/C Noble +4, T Lehmann/S Hargraves +4, M Turvey/J James even.

Midweek stableford competition: A grade - G Hutchison 38, I Wannan 34, R Elliott 33; B grade - B Kneebone 45, T Lehmann 42, P Gladigau 35. GAWLER Wednesday - Ladies; In scorching weather Kay Korber and Lesley Pyke both had 35 pts. NTP was Gloria Potter while Robyn Sullivan had two birdies. Thursday - In the good spirit of Australia Day, what better way to spend it than out chasing the little white ball around the golf course and then enjoying a steak sanger? Chris Matcham managed to string a few good holes together and win the stableford competition with 43 points. Trev Byrnes and ‘El Presidente’ followed closely with 42 and 41 points respectively. Ball winners; S Jeffery, D Wyer, T Dowling, N Orr, J Williams, J Palmer, R Sawyer, D Steel, J Baum, R Thomson, E Richardson. NTPS: Elders 4th; P Trenorden, Spencer Flooring 6th, D Butler, Elders 11th; J Williams. Birdie balls; D Butler, J Baum, C Swinstead, C Bartholomew, H Jeske, R Morris, P Heffernan, R Clayburn, B Sankey, J Williams, H Smits, P Cameron, D Whitehill. Midweek end - The ladies who played on Australia Day dominated the midweek competition this week. Skye Jeffery had a fantastic round with 46 points, and easily took the winnings. Deb Decelis had a good round also and picked up second with 38 points. Ball winners; W J Martin, R Lyons, I Chaplin. Birdies: W Haynes. Saturday - A steaming hot day saw the afternoon field struggle to round up a decent score between them. Ian Pye, second off in the morning, managed a win with 41 points, and closely behind Shane Sandercock and Darren Harper also had good scores. A grade; P Burge (39), P Warburton (39), J Williams

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(38). B grade; M Williams (38), D Edwards (38), T O’Boyle (37). C grade; I Pye (41),S Sandercock (40), D Harper (39). Ladies; D Poysden (39), L Pyke (38). NTPS and Long Drives Uleybury Wines 2nd; D Wilson, St Kilda Hotel 3rd long drive, P Warburton, Giannitto Hotel Group 4th; P Roach, Kingsford Hotel 6th; M Cogan, Roseworthy Hotel 3rd shot 9th; A Jeffery, Fasta Pasta long drive 10th; S Sandercock, Hi Beam Car/ Dog Wash 11th; C Bartholomew, Bushmans Hotel 14th; K McLean, Willaston Hotel 16th B Lonnee, Ball winners; T Milics, M Cogan, H McKerney, C Swinstead, A Jeffery, C Bartholomew, B Lonnee, J Van Dommele, P Roach, R Brady, G Long, S Porter, M Yardley, B Pipe Birdie balls; C Bartholomew, S Jeffery, A Jeffery, D Wilson, S Porter, G Gray, P Roach, R Brady, J Williams. Eagle; A Jeffery (9th). Next week members are playing for the Dale Wood monthly medal, and the competition is stroke. Sunday - Greg Barraclough and Paul Turley played well ahead of the field both scoring 39 and Greg winning on a countback by a nose. NTPS: 4th: B Johnson 6th: B Coombs. Ball winners: B Coombs 35. TANUNDA Saturday stableford competition winner S Rawlinson 42. A grade S Rawlinson 42, r/u B Hage 40; B grade T George 39, r/u J Gooden 35; C grade A Hamann 39 c/b, r/u S Henschke 39; Ladies D Reichett 35, r/u C Hongell 27. Long drives: A grade S Rawlinson; B grade T George; C grade J Sonntag; Ladies J MacPhail. NTP 6th S Coombs (Peter Lehmann); 8th B Ronan (TPGB); 11th A Hamann (Langmeil); 16th B Veevers (Rusden); 7th hole 2nd shot B Veevers (Kalleske). Rundown: A Coutie 36, P Schultz 35, D Cocks 35, B Bailey, S Ward, G Kruger all 34. Sunday Pro Shop stableford competition: N Norman 40, B Burns 32. Men’s Midweek stableford competition: S Fechner 42, J Hongell 41, B Sims 40, D Hemsley 38 c/b. NTP R Haynes. Ladies Midweek stableford competition: H Peter 35, D Ahrens 32. NTP: L Montfort. LD: L Montfort.

RIFLE SHOOTING Kapunda Rifle Club Results of January 28 contest for the R Ireland Trophy over 300 yards by 17 members. T Otto took the trophy, as well as being top off rifle for F Class. J Hoerisch was top off rifle for target rifle. Scores Fullbore: J Hoerisch: 48.3, 47.4, 95.7, 6.5, 100, 19. D Lindner: 46.2, 46.4, 92.6, 9, 100, 17. L Mullins:40.1, 32, 72.1, 19, 91, 12. B Ireland: 47.3, 46, 93.3, 6, 99, 18. D Pumpa: 45.2, 42, 87.2, 7.75, 94, 13. T Helbig: 44.1, 40, 84.1, 5.25, 89, 15. L Williams: 47.3, 45.2, 92.5, 2.25, 95, 13 F Class: P Larsen : 58.3, 53.1, 111.4, 17.5, 120, 17. C Helbig: 35, 36, 72, 95, 13. S Larsen : 55.2, 54.1, 109.3, -, -, 21. A Kerin: 53.1, 56.5, 109.6, 14.5, 120,19. T Otto : 59.7, 59.4, 118.11, 10.5, 120, 19. J Taylor: 54.3, 56.4, 110.7, 10, 120, 22. S Smithson :49, 50.1, 99.1, -, , 19. G Neldner : 52.2, 50.1, 102.3, 22.25, 120, 20. B Kalleske : 55.1. 55.2, 110.3, -,-,20. D Barlow : 49, 42, 91, -, -, 15. Next week - 500 yards D & J Pumpa Trophy.

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For love of sport By ROBERT LAIDLAW JO CONNOLLY loves playing sport, watching it and working within the industry. Recently she switched from helping create opportunities for one group of society to another, as the Barossa regional After School Activities co-ordinator. When the sport fanatic completed her Flinders University degree she began working at SASRAPID, helping integrate athletes with a disability onto an elite pathway. Now, after 15 years in various roles, Jo has switched to help primary school children realise their sporting dreams. “Out of university I wanted to teach, but not just general teaching, I wanted to be a specialist and help create pathways,” Jo said. “Sport is a great medium for life skills, and as a development officer with SASRAPID, I worked with people who had integration difficulties, from the grass roots through to Paralympics. “With a background in country sport, I understand the importance of sport in communities and wanted to work with people who had a vulnerable background, and help create opportunities.” Originally from Tailem Bend, Jo grew up in a sporting family, influenced by her father Terry, who was the youngest of 15 siblings - all who played sport. Terry is still the president of Tailem Bend Football Club, even though he now lives in Adelaide. As the youngest of three sisters, Jo also grew up wanting to follow in her siblings’ footsteps, where every weekend in town was centred on sport, including netball and tennis. “When I first moved to the city and started work, a colleague, Kylie Forby talked me into playing netball and tennis at Virginia, and a decade later I’m still her team-mate,” Jo said. “A netball premiership has eluded us so far but we have won four or five tennis flags, including three-in-a-row. “I also love watching sport, and

ENTHUSIASTIC: Jo Connolly is keen to pass on her love of sport. on Australia Day was on the hill watching the cricket at Adelaide Oval. “As for footy, the family has a supporting hierarchy - Tailem Bend is our country team, then Norwood in the SANFL, followed by the Crows. “As for sporting people who have influenced me, it would be Steve Waugh and Steffi Graf, just in the way they go about their sport - professional, consistent, hard at it, and passionate.” Now Jo will help ‘shape’ primary school children’s future sporting pathways, a challenge she is looking forward to with enthusiasm. As the co-ordinator of the Barossa region, an area that includes Gawler, Adelaide Plains, Mount Pleasant and Gumeracha, and Waikerie and

Morgan, Jo says there is something for everyone, from dance and fitness to netball, baseball or football, plus many more. The After Schools Program has 20 schools in the region, with two to three programs at each site per week over the four terms of the school year. “To watch children grow is exciting, and to see sport play a part is so important,” she said. “If anyone finds they love the sport they are trying, there are avenues for them to continue, which is a fantastic part of the program. “If something clicks while they are having a go, it can help create a sporting pathway as well as shape an individual’s identity. And for me, to help mould a future sportsperson makes it all worthwhile.”

Kapunda’s harness season THE Kapunda Harness Racing Club starts its 2012 season on Sunday, February 12. It will be the first of three meetings with an anticipated start time of 1pm. The second meeting, on Sunday, February 26, will be covered by the off-course TAB and will be able to be seen on Sky Channel. The ‘Tiles for Life’ Kapunda Pacing Cup and the Trotters Marathon will be contested at that meeting. The club’s third raceday will be Sunday, March 18 and will feature the ‘Tiles for Life’ Kapunda Trotters Cup. Secretary Rod Whenan said the club was proud to welcome ‘Tiles for Life’ as a major sponsor for the 2012 season. “Sam and his team at Kapunda are sponsoring the Pacing Cup and Trotters Cup and as part of the sponsorship the back straight has been named the ‘Tiles for Life Back Straight’ for this season,” Mr Whenan said. “Tiles for Life is a new business in Kapunda and has an expansive showroom at 123 Old Adelaide Road and we recommend you call in and support our new sponsor.” The Kapunda Farm Fair 2012 and Eblens at Angaston are silver sponsors with a race named after them at the February 26 Sky/TAB meeting. The Trainers Incentive draw will be held again this season, with a complete set of harness including hopples as the prize. All trainers will have entry in the draw for each horse they race at any of the three race days. The same horse competing at any meeting will receive an entry for each time it starts.

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The Kapunda club will also provide a presentation of Blue Rock wines to the winning trainer and driver of each race. The trainer and driver of the two cups and the marathon will also receive an additional presentation. The Pacing Cup will again be presented by Brereton Jewellers of Gawler and the Trotters Cup will be presented by the SA Square Trotters Association. The Trotters Marathon, the longest trotting race in Australia, will receive a replica of the Jack Elmslie Memorial Shield. The shield remains in the clubrooms with the winner’s name being added. A rug will also be presented to all winners at the Kapunda meetings and these presentations will be made by the sponsors of the race. There will be additional incentives each day for owners also with a random horse stall draw being conducted for a $75 voucher from Hopkins Saddlery. Kalleske Chaff will also be making a presentation for each race conducted over the three meetings. Club memberships are $15-per-person with incentives being provided. A draw for four meal vouchers from local hotels will be held on each raceday and at the last meeting on March 18, a draw will be conducted for a holiday package to stay at the Town House Motor Inn at Horsham in Victoria. The club thanks Daryl and Lyn for their support again this season. For further membership details check the website www.kapundaharnessracing.com. The club will celebrate its 65th birthday at the March 18 meeting as the first raceday was on March 11, 1947. Preparations and promotions are in hand to celebrate. admin.barossaherald@ruralpress.com


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Rangers easily Barossa and Light cricket By MIKE TEAKLE

By ROBERT LAIDLAW GAWLER Rangers dominated from the batters box in beating bottom Division Three baseball side Adelaide Angels 12-0 on Saturday. It was the Rangers’ most convincing performance for the season, scoring in every inning except the first, and playing almost faultlessly in the field. After a scoreless first frame, Gawler made its mark in the second, after hits to Rick Leonard, Shaun Clark, James Parker and Ryan O’Handley set up a three-run push. Another three-run inning in the third, after four errors and hits to Shaun Clark and Parker, saw the scoreline blow out to 6-0. With a RBI double in the fourth dig, Shaun Clark picked up his third hit of the game and increased the Rangers advantage to 7-0. Then in the fifth inning, Parker’s two-run single was the highlight of a four-run frame, and his third hit of the game, as the lead blew out to 110. Dave O’Brien ran out an infield hit and eventually scored in the bottom of the sixth to complete the scoring. Starting pitcher Andre Benjamin threw four innings for one hit, while striking out six batters, and relievers Sam Murphy and Rick Leonard offered good support with one digs each of shut-out ball. The Rangers B grade lost 5-12 to Glenelg, after leading 4-3 in the

fourth inning, with the Tigers breaking the game open with a seven run fifth frame. In a sensational Division Seven game, although losing 2-3 to Playford Rebels, Gawler Rangers played some of the best baseball seen in this grade. Gawler scored both its runs in the first inning, through Adam Soar and Darren Unger, while Rebels managed single runs in the first, third and fourth frames. Soar and Aaron Jerram shared the pitching for the Rangers and kept the game close throughout. Gawler Rangers under 14s almost pulled off a miraculous win before conceding three last inning runs to go down 12-13 to Adelaide. Trailing by five runs going into its last at bat, Gawler scored seven runs to hit the front, Josh Young belting a long home run. Earlier Thomas Norley had hit two home runs. The other Gawler under 14 team managed a close 6-3 win over Golden Grove Central Districts, with Jake Jarvis and Ben Mayfield sharing the pitching duties. Little League Majors had a resounding 16-3 victory over Port Adelaide, Brodie Ewen and Sebastian Heintze-Unger picking up three hits each, while Matthew Young belted a long home run. In the Little League Minors, Gawler was unlucky in going down 5-6 to Golden Grove Central Districts on the last hit of the game.

Division Three Adelaide 0 0 0 0 0 0 -0 Gawler Rangers 0 3 3 1 4 1 - 12 Hits: Shaun Clark 3, James Parker 3, Sam Murphy 2, Ricky Clark 2, Andre Benjamin, Rick Leonard, Ryan O’Handley, Dave O’Brien.

Division Five Glenelg 12 d Gawler Rangers 5. Hits: Paul Skelton 2, Liam Holland, Mark Amphlett, James Sheekey, Dean Richards, Steve Allen, Glen Holland.

Division Seven Playford Rebels 3 d Gawler Rangers 2. Hits: Adam Soar, Trevor Norley, Graham Fischer.

Under 14 Gawler 6 d GGCD 3. Hits: Zac Allen 2, Ben Mayfield, Jake Jarvis, Riley Holland. Adelaide 13 d Gawler Rangers 12. Hits: Hamish Nemeth-Webb 2, Thomas Norley 2 (2hr), Josh Young (hr), Michael O’Connor, Jordan Holmes, Michael Walton, Callum Borchard, Dylan Allan.

Little League Majors Gawler Rangers 16 d Port Adelaide 3. Hits: Brodie Ewen 3, Sebastian Heintze-Unger 3, Zakeray Heintze-Unger 2, Declan Gillard-Martin 2, Jack Jenkins, Zacery Walford, Zachary Carston, Alex Smethurst, Cooper Amphlett, Matthew Young (hr).

Little League Minors GGCD 6 d Gawler Rangers 5. Hits: Jackson Pike, Trent O’Brien, Wyatt Ryan, Cooper Wilson, Jacob Allen.

Next games: Saturday: Division Three v Sturt at home, 3pm; Division Five v Southern Districts at home, 12.30pm; Division Seven v Northern Districts away, 1.30pm. Sunday: Under 14 A v Kensington at home, 12.30pm; Under 14 B v Adelaide at home, 3pm; LL Majors v Henley & Grange at home, 10am; LL Minors v Woodville away, 10am.

DARTS Gawler Darts results on January 27 - by ‘Pegout’. Men’s div. Nominated singles championship results played at Willaston Football Club January 23. Winner - Aaron Delvendiep, Roseworthy T & A’s; runner up Chris Weatherly, Munno Para Bowling Club Barflyz. 180 thrown by Aaron Delvendiep. HPO 87 - Joe Aranyos. admin.barossaherald@ruralpress.com

Ladies div. Nominated singles championship results played at Willaston Football Club January 25. Winner Angela Cornell-Griffin, Roseworthy Nashos. Runner up Jacqui Trice, Willaston Hepcats. HPO 130 - Angela Cornell-Griffin. Mixed div. January 24 premiership table: Ravens 16-72, Wonderers 16-63, Rebels 14-62, B & B’s 10.55, Kookaburras 2.36, DownUnder 0.33. 180 - Derrick .Palmer. HPO 90 - Brenton Hill.

A1 Angaston 163 (B Burgess 38, N Pech 36, L Hill 6/37, S L Hogan 2/29) def by Sandy Creek 9/180 (M Donohoe 29, S L Hogan 27, M J Blenkiron 3/34, B J Klemm 3/35, B Burgess 2/37). Gilbert Valley 133 (K Vandeleur 51, C McLean 2/8, J Brown 2/14, C Reimann 2/19) def Kapunda 101 (C McLean 25, C A Mullins 3/8, T W Vater 3/16). Nuriootpa 188 (C Burgess 54, J Schmidt 32, M George 29, T Jungfer 25, A M Frackowski 4/12) def by Gawler Central 9/224 (P J Thomas 51*, R P Knight 49, T T Stock 39, A J King 37, W K Serle 30, J Schmidt 4/42, M C Zerner 2/24, J C Lienert 2/43). Tanunda 8/157 (M Ashmore 38, T Schwartzkopff 26, F Noto 3/25, M Sims 2/23) def by South Gawler 8/165 (D J Golder 33, R T Barker 29, T Goers 3/36). A1 Reserves Truro 121 (S W Lord 37, S Donovan 26, M J Robinson 4/19, B R Tanti 3/20, E Giedel 2/26) def by Lyndoch 5/257 (S Scally 63*, A Berndt 39, T Burge 38, S Wynne 35*, B Fairey 2/37). Freeling 6/235 (B M Parish 80, I M McMillan 48, R Gorski 45) def Eudunda-Robertstown 108 (R J Montgomery 5/23, A Papas 2/27). Greenock 133 (G Stevens 34, D Murray 33, S Fowler 30, P Hunter 4/22, W Gripton 2/13, S Camilleri 2/24, S Schmidt 2/35) def by Light Pass 8/193 (P Hunter 69, S Schrapel 36, W Gripton 31, Z Dahms 3/30). A2 Sandy Creek 193 (A J Wallwork 73, N Goodman 41, T Herrmann 3/34, A Murphy 2/41) def Angaston 129 (A Murphy 28, M Darlington 4/38, D R Ireland 3/24). Light Pass 114 (M Mattner 27, B Loffler 4/21, B Verne 2/16) def by Greenock 132 (B Verne 36, J Robertson 29, G Miller 3/37, T Taylor 2/19, B Boehm 2/23, M Baumann 2/29). Gawler Central 7/223 (J King 48, L Hughes 46, C L Chester 42, B Hughes 25, J Schiller 3/30) def Nuriootpa 173 (D Steinborner 47, C Ellison 33*, D J MIller 3/24, J King 3/31, C Ingram 3/35). South Gawler 208 (B Rolton 74, A Mackay 30, P Healy 6/37, M Wegener 2/53) def by Tanunda 7/218 (L Boschen 75*, M Fechner 51, T Swan 26, S O’Donoghue 2/7, L McCracken 2/41). A3 Lyndoch 8/128 (T Dickson 34, J R Stanbury 27, C Hirst 2/13, R Schirmer 2/28, B Ryan 2/38) def by Freeling 129 (T H Carmichael 32, W Roberts 3/19, W Aylett 2/23). Kapunda 6/177 (J Zanandrea 74, R Brown 39*, D Goddard 29, S Dawe 3/22) def Gawler Central 6/121 (M P Knight 33, J Zanandrea 3/22, M Hoffman 2/32). Sandy Creek Green 8/282 (B Silvy 74, M Chomik 51, L G Bennie 50, G Hinderwell 39*, M Hurley 25*, D Hahn 3/40,

BAROSSA 8-BALL Premiership table Team P W L F AG % Th Crownies 7 7 0 69 36 65 Breakers 7 5 2 70 35 66 Ev Vipers 7 4 3 51 54 48 Big Balls 7 2 5 49 56 46 Wreakers 7 2 5 44 61 41 Springton 7 1 6 32 73 30 Results: Breakers d Wreakers 10-5; Big Balls d Springton 11-4; Crownies d Vipers 10-5.

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STRAIGHT BAT: Aaron King of Gawler Central defends on his way to 37 against Nuriootpa. J Lewis 2/49) def Truro 47 (G Hinderwell 4/6, S Doolan 3/10, M P Cotton 2/30). Nuriootpa 164 (A Linden 65, A Milne 37, J Heinze 25, P Foltenburg 3/43, K Smith 2/11) def by Sandy Creek Yellow 8/175 (J Hartwell 106, J A Smedley 41*). Tanunda 143 (B J Marshall 45, S Liersch 27, A E Callery 3/24, J Molineux 2/24, L Slok 2/26) def Gilbert Valley 108 (R Schwartz 44, W Akkerman 5/24, D Eggleton 3/10, J Ellis 2/19). A4 Tanunda 7/168(dec) (B Smart 59*, S Leske 52, J Van Dissel 2/29) def Kapunda 156 (J Van Dissel 38, D Trotta 34, R Dippl 27, D Hean 3/35, R Bignell 2/21, C Roehr 2/32). Freeling 5/115 (M Goodwin 47, H M Moss 25, C Malsom 4/32) def Lyndoch 111 (N Rattley 35, G Rooney 4/9, J Watts 3/26, A Martin 2/18). Gawler Central 9/137 (T Heinze 33, M James 29, D Moore 3/22, R Moore 2/4) def by Nuriootpa 2/146 (A Norton 49*, A Reusch 26*). Mallala 6/204 (D Cawrse 52, K Curnow 49, W S Rudd 40*, R Lieschke 3/39, D M Nitschke 2/55) def Greenock 90 (D M Nitschke 27*, P Nitschke 26, J Charnstrom 4/14, W S Rudd 2/14, A Buckley 2/14). A5 South Gawler120 (J Benson 38, T Pocock 38, D Carnelly 4/30, T Richardson 4/42, C M Schultz 2/30) def by Angaston 161 (D Carnelly 67, C M Schultz 34, P Blackburn 4/11, S Rayner 2/0, C Heneker 2/29). Eudunda-Robertstown 7/128 (M Ward 38) def by Gilbert Valley 6/159 (J Dunstan 2/34). Greenock 8/146 (J Haese 54, D Rosenzweig 35, J Braunack 2/26, K Schutz 2/27, M Laubsch 2/32) def by Light Pass 0/156(dec) (B Elbourn 55, J Braunack 54*). Under 16 Freeling 4/150 (B Heinrich 75, A Haseldine 25*) def by Sandy Creek Gold 7/160 (P Herd 51, C Robinson 41*, B Dew 25, H Kirvan 4/10, B Jericho 2/38). Gawler Central Black 146 (J Harvey 82, B Cameron 4/21, B Swan 3/29) def by Gawler Central Gold 151 (B Swan 28, V Kroon 25, J Grindlay 2/8, T Stansborough 2/19, J Lamb 2/28). Kapunda 164 (T Hunt 43, C McLean 39*, J Connell 33, B W Homes 4/16, B Fairey 2/22) def Angaston 29 (J Connell 4/7, T J Williams 3/5, J Brown 2/7). Greenock 5/187 (J Robertson 103*, J White 2/20) def by South Gawler 3/261 (B Bain 104*, T Panagiotou 102*, J Robertson 2/28). Sandy Creek Green had a bye. Nuriootpa/Light Pass 8/99 (K Schutz 26, J Good 4/16, B Wilson 2/18) def Mallala/Lyndoch 90 (B Wilson 43, C Ireland 4/12, Z Fuss 2/3). Under 14 Angaston 6/147 (J Antonie 43*, R J Eberhard 28*) def Kapunda 4/95 (A T Smith 51*, R Kuhn 2/9). Gawler Central 3/179 (M Stewart 51*, J Kroon 35*, P Searle 33) def Nuriootpa 7/158 (M Norton 43, H Noack 31, N Lange 25, B Acton 2/5, B Cameron 2/5). Gilbert Valley 5/109 (C Rowett 52, M Dalliston 2/6) def Lyndoch 5/92 (B Schiller 27*, C Rowett 3/16, L H Reichelt 2/9). Eudunda-Robertstown 4/97 (A Nietschke 31) def Sandy Creek 89 (A Nietschke 2/6, A Rule 2/10, S Morris 2/10). South Gawler 9/110 (B E Fitzpatrick 36*, N Burton 2/16, N Judd 2/18) def by Tanunda 3/183 (S Dunn 29*). Freeling had a bye.

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IN THE ACTION: Gawler Rangers’ Ryan O’Handley was hitting safely or taking a sliding catch in front of Dylan Winning against Adelaide.

A DISAPPOINTING effort from Kapunda that saw them post just 101 runs batting first has cost them a chance of victory against Gilbert Valley (133). Only Connor McLean (25) could pass 20. Craig Mullins mopped up the tail, collecting the final three wickets for just eight runs. Sandy Creek (9/180) collected a much-needed win over Angaston (163) as Lee Hill shattered the Blues top order taking the first five wickets of the innings on his way to 6/37 from his eight overs with only Kym Vivian (24) and Ben Burgess (38) showing any resistance. The Cockatoos got the job done with an even spread of scorers as five batsmen reached 20 (even Bill Fuller -20managed what this year could be described as rare runs). Gawler Central (9/224) smacked Nuri (188) in their fixture as the Tigers delivered with the bat as Ty Stock (39), Aaron King (37), Rod Knight (49), Peter Thomas (51) and Willy Searle (30) all chipped in. The competition’s form batter Jamie McCafferty contributed just one run before being caught and bowled by Travis Jungfer and Andrew Frackowski made amends for his duck by taking 4/12 from his two overs with the ball. Tanunda’s miserable season continued as they were restricted to just 157 by South Gawler as the Lions (8/165) collected a rare win for season 2011/12. David Golder (33) top scored for the Lions while Riley Barker (29), Danny Kaye (24) and Mark Sims (20) contributed. In A1 reserves action Freeling (6/235) easily accounted for Eudunda/Robertstown (108) as Ben Parish (80), Ian McMillan (48) and Russell Gorski (40) all got among the runs. Lyndoch (5/237) easily took care of Truro (121) thanks to Steve Scally’s 63 not out and Light Pass (8/193) waltzed past Greenock (133). Paul Hunter, 69, and Sean Schrapel, 36, were the key rungetters. In theA2s ,Tanunda (7/218) triumphed over South Gawler (108) on the back of Liam Boschen’s 75 not out and Matt Fechner’s 51. South’s Ben Rolton scored 74 to no avail as his side were unable to contain the Magpies. Sandy Creek A3 batsman Jamie Hartwell notched a century (106) in his side’s 12-run win over Nuri who were well positioned after 65 from Aaron Linden.

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Luke McCracken plays cricket for South Gawler. Where have you played your cricket? Junior cricket at Atco, senior cricket at South Gawler.

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Who are key players at your club? Andy Mackay opens the batting, when he gets going I know we are in for a good day, and Justin ‘Emu Skull’ Mackereth, junior leg spinner. What is your most important attribute? Lower order hitting, and the occasional sledge. Who is a character at the club and why? Jordy Dare, outrageously tight clothes, way too many wrist bands, but still quite intense which makes me laugh. Who is the best player you have played with and against? With, David Coombes, against Boh Wall has taken a liking to my bowling a couple of times.

Favourite actor and movie? Jim Carrey, movie Yes Man. If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Jim Carrey.

Major influence in your cricket: My brother who is three years older and always better, made me spend countless hours bowling to him in the driveway at home.

Greatest moment and disappointment? Winning A3 cricketer of the year and disappointment, losing A3 grand final last year.

Who are your sporting idols? Ricky Ponting, Nathan Buckley and Mike Tyson.

How would you spend a million dollars? Upgrade South Gawler oval, take the wife on world trip.

Any superstitions? Always borrow Andy Mackay’s bat, What event has inspired or amazed you? The creation of Earth Hour, how that was created and evolved is amazing. If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? Education costs. Pet hates on the cricket oval? Being a bowler I hate dropped catches. I am usually the worst offender, and the overuse of sunscreen by fair skinned team mates.

What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Poker, don’t have to wait till after the game to have a beer. If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? Definitely my wife Rachael, I could trick her and say it’s a holiday, Carl Barron for comical relief, Jamie Oliver for his culinary skills and a toss up between Lee Makris and Damien Herzick for a drinking mate.

PREDICTABLE isn’t a word that has been used to describe the Division One matches in the Barossa and Light competition this season. And Saturday’s results will leave most observers scratching their heads in bewilderment. Ladder leader Tanunda, desperately in search of their first Division One title blew another golden opportunity (courtesy of their 12-shot loss at home to Lyndoch) to keep a buffer between themselves, Freeling and Nuriootpa. Actually Nuriootpa would have moved into first place if not for their two-shot loss at Angaston which came down to the final bowls on the final end.

Angaston skipper David Jaunay nailed a perfect drive to go from two down to three up as Angaston was able to retain their hold on fourth spot despite Lyndoch’s win.

> 8-ball KAPUNDA 8-ball star Jock Parks had mixed results at the 2012 under 18 Australian championships in Canberra recently. Jock, 17, had hoped to finish in the top six to qualify for the world titles in England this year. However he could only come 16th in the field of 24 but all games proved to be very close. Better news in the teams competition where Jock was a member of the South Australian team which finished runner-up to Western Australia.

> Cricket WITH the top four decided in the A1 one day cricket competition the venues for the first round of finals have been announced. First-placed Gawler Central take on fourthplaced Angaston at

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CAUGHT: Sensational summer sandys.

By LUBIN PFEIFFER IT IS a great time of year to get out and target sand whiting along our shallow coastal beaches. These fish are also found throughout the many estuary systems north of Adelaide. Sand whiting love shallow warm water and will respond well to lures, bait or flies. Choose a location with water to around a metre in depth that has a sandy bottom. Sand whiting will feed right on the edge of where the water meets the beach so casts need not go too far. Lures that I have caught sand whiting on include blades in sizes 40-50mm, small poppers around the same length and small sinking hard bodies 6070mm long. Any colour will

work but reds, greens, and silver are a good start. The key to catching sand whiting is to have your lure running near or on the bottom when you retrieve. Sand whiting will take lures with gusto and there is no mistaking a hook up on one. When using poppers I like to retrieve them over very shallow water (05.m or less) plopping slowly until I register a strike. Baits of small fish pieces, squid strips or blood worms will take fish but the best has to be local bait gathered with a bait pump. These are usually small nippers and work a treat. Sand whiting are beautiful to eat and make a stunning summer meal. Size limit is 24cm when measured to the tip of the tail and you’re allowed 20 fish per person. Tight lines until next week.

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The Herald Bowls Report Barossa and Light results Division One

Angaston 95 v Nuriootpa 93. J Standish 24 v S Allen 20; B Bowden 24 v R Grope 25; D Jaunay 28 v R Walker 25; B Teakle 19 v W Williams 23. Kapunda 79 v Freeling 96. G Redden 22 v L Ryan 12; M Dew 23 v H Sykes 29; R Rogers 19 v C Kearns 21; T Rae 15 v J Morris 34. Tanunda 83 v Lyndoch 95. B Pech 18 v P Uranjek 29; R Schneider 27 v B Howell 19; P Rost 15 v C Rule 28; C Mahoney 23 v P Woods 19. Eudunda had the bye.

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LYNDOCH SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIPS: Mens - Chris Rule, left, (winner) and Trevor Noble (runner up). Womens - Val Reeves, left, (winner) and Sue Drummond (runner up).

Angaston Blue 66 v Freeling 68. L Teakle 26 v G Maynard 28; E Bond 22 v F Hines 22; C Reardon 18 v B Schuster 18. Lyndoch 76 v Tanunda White 68. R Fillsell 33 v M Hurst 11; M Launer 19 v B Wallace 26; A Turvey 24 v T Ratsch 31. Nuriootpa Gold 70 v Nuriootpa Black 71. P Buckley 33 v T Elix 15; N Collyer 22 v N Jaensch 22; I Klaebe 15 v T Gibbons 34. Tanunda Black 66 v Angaston White 61. D Meertens 20 v D Armstrong 20; A Price 22 v B Tuttle 21; D Schiller 24 v C Tabe 20. Kapunda had the bye.

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Freeling 95 v Kapunda Red 56. L Goedecke 33 v D Franks 17; K Bettens 26 v T Scoot 24; R Ratsch 36 v B Brearley 15. Kapunda Black 83 v Lyndoch 54. J Baldwin snr 28 v D Turvey 21; C Reardon 28 v M Magee 18; K Dooley 27 v M Sharratt 15. Nuriootpa Gold 65 v Eudunda 63. J Mattner 22 v G Schutz 17; M Sims 21 v R Hams 28; K Bullock 22 v F Schmidt 18. Tanunda 83 v Angaston 46. T Leech 31 v H Schmied 11; J Miegel 34 v I Philp 17; D Goodwin 18 v C Vereyken 18. Nuriootpa Black had the bye.

Bowls teams EUDUNDA Division One v Lyndoch at Eudunda: W Mader, T Schiller, G Mitev, J Hanns; B Hnatyszyn, J Willoughby, A Pfitzner, B Warner; B Leditschke, M Geister, G Schmidt, P Eva; G Doecke, P Voigt, D Kleinig, M Schutz. Division Three v Tanunda at Tanunda (cars leave at 12.15pm): G Goedecke, M Nietschke, R Milde, G G Schutz; G Zerner, R Regnier, F Schiller, R Hams; T Branford, D Pope, K Laucke, F Schmidt. Special Red v White: J Pfitzner, M Treloar, M Weymouth, P Obst; G Heinrich, R Schultz, S Reeves, C Menz. Special White v Red: L Mosey, K Heinrich, T Bowden, G O Schutz; G Minge, M Christie, L Marshall, M Nietschke. Duty rink: P Eva. Midweek Men v Nuri Black at Nuri (depart 12.15pm): K Heinrich, Kip Laucke, J Willoughby; M Christie, C Menz, R Hams; G Mitev, R Regnier, B Mader. Ladies v Tanunda at Tanunda: (cars leave 8.15am, start 9.30am): A Brook, H Jenke, D Leditschke, J Milde; B Pfitzner, J Johnston, K Hickey, B Marshall; D Mader, J Bruhn, D Twartz, M Nietschke; S Schutz, J Hams, P Gordge, P Dutschke. FREELING Division One v Nuriootpa at Freeling: T Johansen, L Mullins, J Brydson, J Morris; S Sloan, N Lee, J Grantham, H Sykes; L Ryan, N Marslen, T Mullins, G Fergusson; K Swanson, T Secomb, T Heinjus, C Kearns. Division Two v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: A Drury, S Ryan, K Price, F Hines; Pam Waldegrave, P Flowers, B Schuster, I McFarlane; Phil Waldegrave, L Swanson, D Johansen, G Maynard. Division Three v Nuriootpa Black at Nuriootpa: G Thompson, W Pitt, D Jamieson, K Bettens; O Howson, P Erskine, C Trestrail, G Holmes; P Fryer, P Heinjus, R Ratsch, L Goedecke. Reserves: Pam Waldegrave. Midweek v Kapunda Red at Freeling: K Bettens, J Grantham, H Sykes; W Pitt, T Secomb, I McFarlane; B Schuster, T Mullins, C Kearns. Reserve: Phil Waldegrave. KAPUNDA Division One v Angaston at Kapunda: R Scoot, J Scholes, I Otterspoor, M Dew; C Doecke, G Donovan, W Reardon, R Rogers; W Beavan, A Reinders, P Voumard, G Redden; R Gill, T Leslie, B O’Reilly, T Rae. Duty Rink: G Redden. Division Two v Lyndoch at Kapunda: F Hier, C Otterspoor, B Phillips, P Hart; R Perry, P Ferns, L Carter, K Matthews; T Waterman, S Hart, P Maitland, J Trotta. Duty Rink: J Trotta. Division Three Red v Kapunda Black at Kapunda: B Adams, R Mattschoss, P Dobbin, B Cummins; P Sando, F Dobbin, R Doecke, T Scoot; T Leslie, B Hier, A Thiele, D Franks. Duty Rink: T Scoot. Division Three Black v Kapunda Red at Kapunda: S Franks, B Sweet, J Pitman, C Reardon; T Noack, D Parish, J Baldwin jnr, K Dooley; D Sweet, A Wilson, E Pitman, J Baldwin snr. Midweek Black v Angaston White at Kapunda: C Hamper, A Reinders, R Rogers; P Hart, W Beavan, T Rae; J Scholes, K Matthews, G Redden.

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Duty Rink: R Rogers. Midweek Red v Freeling at Freeling: G Campbell, T Scoot, C Sunman; J Baldwin snr, W Reardon, B O’Reilley; R Parker, F Hier, P Voumard. Cars: R Parker, P Voumard. Ladies v Nuriootpa at Nuriootpa: A Petch, E Pitman, S Franks, R Scoot; D Sweet, P Dobbin, T Scholes, C Holmes; K Rae, P Ferns, A Thiele, C Reardon; D Huntley, B Hier, C Doecke, H Sexton. Cars: Depart 8.30am; Drivers: Seconds. LYNDOCH Division One v Eudunda at Eudunda: Cars depart noon: T Teague, J Sharratt, G Zerk, P Woods; Di Jones, T Drummond, G Ayres, C Rule; D Wilson, R Vanstone, D Green, D Hausler; G Reeves, W Southern, K Gavin, P Uranjek. Division Two v Kapunda at Kapunda: Cars depart 12.30pm: B Day, E Palmer, T Noble, R Filsell; A Streames, R Idel, A Turvey, B Allen; R Heidrich, P Handke, B Koch, M Launer. Division Three has a bye. Midweek Gold v Tanunda Black at Lyndoch: B Day, B Prime, K Boyle; G Schumacher, G Reeves; A Gerrard, R Filsell, J Sharratt. Duty Rink: K Boyle. Midweek Blue v Angaston Blue at Lyndoch: D Lindner, A Turvey, M Launer; R Idel, D Moncrieff, B Howell; I Turner, T Haycock, B Allan. Duty Rink: M Launer. ANGASTON Division One v Kapunda at Kapunda: N Smith, F Thomas, T Edwards, D Jaunay; S Heinze, M Short, K Brook, B Bowden; J Jensen, J Argent, L Buckley, J Standish; M Renshaw, B Hurn, K Sandford, B Teakle. Manager: D Jaunay. Cars: Depart 12.40pm; Cars: Seconds. Division Two Blue v Tanunda Black at Tanunda: A Hall, K Renshaw, M Johnston, E Bond; M Storton, W Newell, I Langley, C Reardon; D Tye, J Harris, M Teakle, L Teakle. Manager: M Storton; Cars: Depart 12.45pm; Drivers: Thirds. Division Two White v Tanunda White at Angaston: P Gibbons, W Sibley, L Schulz, D Armstrong; M Hurn, M Klingner, B Bullock, B Tuttle; P Pech, T Hopkins, A Booth, C Tabe. Manager: D Armstrong; Duty Rink: B Tuttle. Division Three v Nuriootpa Gold at Angaston: R Benjamin, J Carruthers, L Bell, I Philp; P Clark, B Agars, F Booth, J Rodgers; D Copperwheat, G Chmied, S Barnden, C Vereyken. Manager: S Barnden; Umpire: S Barnden. Reserve: A Grear. Midweek Blue v Lyndoch Blue at Lyndoch: C Vereyken, L Schulz, M Hurn; J Carruthers, M Teakle, B Teakle; K Woodards, T Hopkins, C Tabe. Manager: C Tabe. Cars: Depart 12.40pm; Drivers: Seconds. Midweek White v Kapunda Black at Kapunda: I Philp, K Renshaw, D Armstrong; R Benjamin, A Hall, I Langley; A Grear, J Rodgers, F Thomas. Manager: A Hall. Cars: Depart 12.40pm; Drivers: Leaders. TANUNDA Division One has a bye. Division Two Black v Angaston Blue at Tanunda: J Ralston, K Schmaal, G Woods, A Price; G Farquharson, P Secker, K Wallace, D Schiller; G Rainsford, D Pech, M Meertens, D Meertens. Division Two White v Angaston White at

Angaston: M Silvestro, B Williams, B Wallace, E Allanson; F Altmann, W Noack, D Martin, M Hurst; H Rohrlach, D Koch, I Frick, T Ratsch. Division Three v Eudunda at Tanunda: D Ralston, G Ahrens, B Hoklas, D Goodwin; G Meyer, K Schliebs, T Heinrich, J Miegel; M Goodwin, J Stevens, D Light, C Graetz. Duty Rink: C Graetz. Midweek morning v Eudunda at Tanunda: M Schmidtke, J Farquharson, L Miegel, M Hurst; E Kampmann, B Clarke, J Stephens, M Meertens; W Wienmann, M Goodwin, J Ralston, G Woods; J Schultz, C Altus, D Light, K Wallace. Midweek Black v Lyndoch Gold at Lyndoch: K Schliebs, D Martin, D Heidenreich; H Rohrlach, S Mewett, C Mahoney; B Wallace, B Williams, J Garrett. Midweek White v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: D Goodwin, P Secker, T Ratsch; C Graetz, D Schiller, R Schneider; C Traeger, G Farquharson, A Price. NURIOOTPA Division One v Freeling at Freeling: L Fuss, G Prior, C Jones, R Grope; P Fechner, R Ellis, R Chapman, R Walker; R Garrett, R Mattschoss, G Langley, W Williams; S Ryan, R Randall, T Billing, S Allen. Cars: Depart 12.45pm; Drivers: C Jones, R Walker, R Garrett, T Billing. Division Two Gold v Freeling at Nuriootpa: M Jones, Pam Jones, D Langley, P Buckley; D Bessell, L Cook, N Christopherson, N Collyer; C Allen, R Warnest, P Rosenberg, I Klaebe. Umpire: N Collyer; Duty Rink: I Klaebe. Division Two Black has a bye. Division Three Gold v Angaston at Angaston: C Forbes, G McCormick, K Bullock, J Mattner; K Williamson, B Jones, L Steer, M Sims; John McIntosh, J Chapman, M Nolan, N Nolan. Cars: Depart: 12.45pm; Drivers: G McCormick, M Sims, J McIntosh. Division Three Black v Freeling at Nuriootpa: C Reuter, J Reusch, C La Nauze, P Collyer; M Graetz, D Quodling, Aird Shoesmith, Phil Jones; M Medlow, R Hahn, K Reichelt, K Harrison. Umpire: P Collyer; Duty Rink: K Harrison. Midweek Gold v Nuriootpa Blue at Nuriootpa: J Reusch, L Cook, T Gibbons; John McIntosh, S Rogers, R Chapman; Aird Shoesmith, C Allen, R Walker. Umpire: R Chapman. Midweek Black v Eudunda at Nuriootpa: J Bilney, L Tscharke, T Elix; B Jones, K Bullock, P Fechner; A Jones, C Baker, R Ellis. Duty Rink: R Ellis. Midweek Green v Tanunda White at Nuriootpa: P White, D Bessell, W Williams; K Reichelt, R Mattschoss, R Garrett; N Nolan, R Warnest, J Bell. Umpire: R Mattschoss. Midweek Blue v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: K Harrison, J Mattner, D Wilson; C Hughes, A Rayner, R Randall; G Krahling, L Steer, P Buckley. Duty Rink: D Wilson. Ladies Midweek v Kapunda at Nuriootpa: L Wilkinson, A Shoesmith, N Chapman, M Nolan; H Roberts, J Chapman, G White, P Jones; J Zanetic, D Dalton, J McIntosh, D Baker; D Allen, V Bessell, U Boettger, M Elix. Reserves: L Hahn, H Sandow, M Waples, J Krause. Umpire: G White; Duty Rink: P Jones.

DIVISION ONE Team Tanunda Freeling Nuriootpa Angaston Lyndoch Kapunda Eudunda DIVISION TWO Team Nuriootpa Gold Angaston Blue Nuriootpa Black Tanunda White Tanunda Black Kapunda Lyndoch Angaston White Freeling DIVISION THREE Team Nuriootpa Gold Kapunda Red Kapunda Black Tanunda Eudunda Freeling Nuriootpa Black Lyndoch Angaston MIDWEEK Team Kapunda Black Tanunda Black Freeling Nuriootpa Gold Nuriootpa Green Lyndoch Blue Nuriootpa Black Kapunda Red Lyndoch Gold Nuriootpa Blue Tanunda White Angaston White Angaston Blue Eudunda LADIES Team Nuriootpa Kapunda Eudunda Freeling Angaston Tanunda Lyndoch

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CONCENTRATION: Nuriootpa’s Russell Walker in action against Angaston. All the bowls results and tables are on page 31.

Golf Warm, but pleasant conditions for the golfers on the weekend before the late storm on Saturday. Scores from around the region are on page 28.

Cricket With the Adelaide test finishing early, players were happy to turn out for their Barossa and Light sides. All the scores are on page 29.

Bowls Things are tight at the top of division one heading towards the finals. Club notes are on the Herald website at: www.barossaherald.com.au

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the Victorian leg of Triathlon Australia’s World Championship Qualification series on February 12. “The race was good preparation for the Geelong

Olympic distance event,” she said. “We completed a pretty hard bike training session before and after the race, so I’m really happy with a win.”

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