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First arrivals in the valley BAROSSAHERALD.COM.AU is the first place to turn to for news, information, commercial opportunities and entertainment. Not only is it updated each Tuesday afternoon with the best news from the next day’s printed edition of the Herald, it also has plenty more to offer. News can happen at any time, not just on Wednesdays, so you can turn to us to find out about it at barossaherald.com.au. Those who subscribe to the website can be updated on current stories through email alerts. And if you’re away on business or holidays you are just a click away from reading about what’s happening in the area. Photo galleries are regularly uploaded from big events like the Tour Down Under, the Vintage Festival and Gourmet Weekend, so you never know when you might have been snapped. Weekly sports galleries with a range of baseball, cricket, bowls, football and tennis photos are also uploaded each Tuesday, depending on the sporting season and what sports were played the previous weekend. The Barossa Herald also has the advantage of being able to provide national and international news, so no matter where it is happening; barossaherald.com.au can help you find out about it. Sometimes there is so much news happening that the team at the Herald cannot fit it all into the printed version, and when that happens, we will be uploading some of it online. Readers are able to comment and reply to news and sports stories, vote in polls, place a classified advert, view local weather, enter competitions, read your horoscope or play Sudoku and view commercial opportunities with links to the Trading Post, drive.com.au, employment and Domain real estate.
RIDERS: Garmin-Cervelo cyclists Martijn Maaskant and Andreas Klier take in the view from the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre on Tuesday. The GarminCervelo team took a training ride around the Barossa Valley on Tuesday morning to familiarise with Stage 4 of the Tour Down Under course, in particular Menglers Hill, before finishing at Jacob’s Creek.
Volunteers wanted THE recruitment of volunteers for the Bupa Challenge Tour Ride on January 20 is well underway. The drive is held association with the Bupa Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down. Up to 8000 recreational riders are expected to ride all, or sections of, the stage route from Norwood to Tanunda. A range of volunteer roles are available in Tanunda and surrounding areas and position descriptions of the roles are now available on the Santos Tour Down Under website tourdownunder.com.au. Regional volunteers can register by visiting front page of The Barossa Council website www.barossa.sa.gov.au, by collecting an expression of interest form from a branch library of council or by phoning 8563 8474. Volunteers will be briefed about their roles at a meeting at The Barossa Council Chambers on Thursday, 12 January at 6pm.
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Tour road closures WITH the Tour Down Under finishing in Tanunda next Friday, January 20, there are several road closures drivers should be aware of. Murray Street will be closed between Jane and Bridge Streets from 6am, to be reopened at 5pm, except the section between Basedow Road and
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Barossa’s Lisa Neldner (99.9) Faith Lutheran College THIS 17-year-old, from Tanunda, looks forward to one day designing products. She’s applied for a double degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering and maths and computer science, which will take her five years to complete. “I was a bit unsure at first what I wanted to do and this means I will get to design stuff,” she said. She explained a love of maths and science runs in the family. Lisa owes her high score to consistently working hard from a young age and being given support from her parents and peers at school. To give herself a head start, in Year 11 Lisa completed three Year 12 subjects and then in Year 12 she completed a further three subjects plus the research project. While she also found Year 12 to be easier than Year 11 she did cut back on some of her socialising time and chose to unwind by playing the piano, the viola and reading.
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Renae Laubsch (97.35) Kapunda High School ACCORDING to Kapunda High principal Kristen Masters, Renae from Hamilton left no stone unturned while at school. That’s true when you check out the 18-year-old’s hectic schedule for 2011. While focused on subjects in tourism, maths, food and hospitality, a research project and three units of music she also found time to be on several school committees, take on the role as head prefect, play tennis and perform with the Nuriootpa Town Band by playing the saxophone. Renae, who also completed two Year 12 subjects while in Year 11 to help boost her overall score, said in hindsight “it was probably a bit much” but is satisfied with the end result. She believes the reason behind her high score was not just the study in the final year “but the teachers who supported her transition into each year”. In addition she also managed to squeeze in a six-week barista course which she said the final exam fell the same week as her Year 12 exams. Renae said the course will help as she takes a year off from study to head overseas on a working holiday. The year will give her time to consider her university preferences as Renae said, “I’m in two minds as I have not worked out if I want to do journalism coupled with international relations or law”.
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achievers Daniel Pellegrini (99.9)
BAROSSA residents can give blood when the Australian Red Cross Blood Service visits Nuriootpa this month. Blood Service staff will be on hand to help the public at the Soldiers Memorial Hall, 46 Murray Street, Nuriootpa, on Monday, January 16, 1pm - 7pm; Tuesday, January 17, 12.30pm - 8pm; Wednesday, January 18, 10.30am - 6pm;
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available to students via the internet. Daniel is also known in the area as a keen ten-pin bowler having presented the state on several occasions. He also chose to tune out from schoolwork by
playing the piano and reading while completed subjects in physics, chemistry, biology, maths studies and the research project. University offers will be announced this month.
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SIX years from now Daniel hopes to return to the Barossa to support the people as a general practitioner. He’s already had an interview with Adelaide University to take on a degree in medicine and now waits for the university to accept him. The 18-year-old from Tanunda said he is keen to help others and do this in the Barossa. He received merits for math studies, physics and for his research project, plus the SACE Governor Award, with only 25 awarded statewide. Referring to his time in Year 12, Daniel said, “It was easier than I expected”. To prepare himself for the final exams Daniel would write a summary at the end of the week for each of his subjects and used these for revision. He also took advantage of the practice exams
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Overall school results IT WAS a flow of pleasing results made by Barossa’s Year 12 students for 2011. Faith Lutheran College, which recently announced its name change, received a total of eight merits awards with 23 per cent of the students achieving an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) above 90 per cent. Sixty per cent of students who undertook at least one Year 12 subject achieved at least one A grade, with students achieving five A grades. The top 11 students were Lisa Neldner, 99.9; Joshua Lang, 99.2; Tessa Grieger, 98.65; Daniel Markey, 98.65; Henry Wolff, 98.05; Lena Stoll, 97.45; April Mahony, 97.35; Shane Rosenzweig, 97.25; Stephen Grace, 95.9; Charlotte Viergever, 94.9 and Hayley Main, 94.9. For Kapunda High School, 43 Year 12 students successfully completed their South Australian Certificate of Education at the school in 2011. Ninety five per cent of results were at A, B or C level, compared with a state average of 91 per cent. A total of 23 students gained one or more A grades.
Twenty-eight students were eligible for an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR). Rounding out the top five, behind Renae Laubsch, were Holly Phillips, Stacey Hampton, Vanessa Shephard and Kaitlyn Sharpe. Along with Renae, Holly Phillips also gained a merit for tourism and Kimberley McDade was awarded a merit for communication and the community while Year 11 student, Heidi Laubsch, gained a merit for agricultural and horticultural management. Meanwhile, Nuriootpa High School say it’s been the best collective results in over 10 years. Eleven students gained an ATAR and 23 with an ATAR above 80. Best per cent of grades above C grades was at 90 per cent and best per cent of A grades was recorded at 19.1 per cent. The top 11 students were Daniel Pellegrini, with an ATAR of 99.9; Aron Lebani, 98.5; Caleb McMahon, 96.2; Jordan Lambert, 96.1; Alec Bryce, 96.0; Kiara Pudney, 94.95; Carly Hausler, 91.6; Tara Vanderaa, 91.45; Emma Flatman, 91.45; Liam Casey, 91.35 and Renee Rowe, 90.5.
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WET weather conditions have played a major role in a stormwater basin not being completed in Kapunda, a land developer says. Residents at Solomon Street have since highlighted the land, owned by Light Regional Council, as a hazardous spot. They say earlier works resulted in two pits being created, one larger than the other, that do not drain, even in extreme heat. The residents were notified by the council through a letter dated December 23, 2009, about the construction of a stormwater basin. However, in the past two years one resident has contacted the council on several occasions saying the land is a potential breeding ground for mosquitoes and snakes due to overgrown
weeds, and the residents fear a child could drown in the larger pit. According to council, the developer Aqua Reef has an obligation to construct a stormwater detention basin, which is a direct result to accommodate stormwater flows that will stem from the land division proposed adjacent Gundry’s Hill on Maxwell Street. A spokesperson from Aqua Reef confirmed on Friday, “Delays are purely because of the weather and for no other reason”. Council explained the original contractor engaged to undertake the required works in 2009 was replaced by the developer following an inability to undertake the
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required works which in turn lead the developer needing to engage the present contractor. The present contractor was then engaged in early 2011 and has been trying to undertake the works. Aqua Reef has been in contact with council staff over the past six to 12 months regarding the construction of the basin, but say the wet weather has not been favourable for heavy machinery. Aqua Reef will undertake the required works and has advised the contractor is undertaking regular site inspections to determine when works can resume on the land. The developer is optimistic works should be begin in the next few weeks.
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Barossa youth sports grants
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YOUNG Barossa sportswomen were presented with grants at the Barossa Council meeting on December 20 last year to finance their sporting aspirations. Kaitlin Petney and Toni Eberhard were presented with the youth grant cheques and certificates by Barossa mayor Brian Hurn. Kaitlin was chosen to represent the South Australian Equestrian Team at the Equestrian Interschool National Championships in Werribee, Victoria in October last year. Toni represented SAPSASA Athletics in the National Athletics Championships in Darwin in September last year.
GRANTS: Kaitlin Petney, Barossa mayor Brian Hurn and Toni Eberhard. Elly Pretlove (not pictured) also received a youth grant, with which she is currently travelling on the Young Endeavour from Sydney to Eden between January 4 and 14.
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FORMER Willaston under 17 premiership footballer James Moss is in the running to be Australia’s next cricket star. Moss is in the final 15 in the Search for a Cricket Superstar show which screens on Wednesday nights on pay television channel Fox 8. The series was launched last Wednesday with 50 players competing under the eye of former Australian captain Alan Border and the list was cut back to 15. Moss, and former Gawler junior and now Northern Districts player Cameron Williams survived. Each week one or two players will be dropped from the group with the eventual winner picking up a contract with his state team for the 2012-2013 season plus a stint at the Australian Cricket Academy in Brisbane. The series was shot in Brisbane over 46 days in September and October. “It was a fantastic experience,” Moss said. “When we started Alan said to expect the unexpected and that is what happened, and the challenge wasn’t always cricket.” With his contractual requirements Moss was unable to disclose any information relating to his stay on the Search for a Cricket Superstar show. “But I can say the show makes for interesting viewing - it was very challenging both physically and mentally.” Moss, 22, is certainly a talented sportsman. He was rookie listed by the Adelaide Crows several years ago but eventually had to retire from football after he was discovered to have a hip disease. “There was no blood flow into my hip area and the bones were grating and it was like I had arthritis.”
TALENTED: James Moss. The disease also meant Moss had to give away wicket keeping in his cricket and he now plays simply as a batsman. Currently he is playing a few games with Stansbury on Yorke Peninsula but intends to step up and try for higher levels next season. Moss went to the Willaston Football Club as a junior because his uncle Robert was a coach at the club and cousin Scott was there. Interestingly, Moss’ father Mick has been appointed coach of the Freeling under 17s for 2012 and his younger brother Hayden is playing for them. “Maybe I can fill in for the seniors for a game or two,” Moss said. But for the present, viewers will have to watch Fox 8 to see just how far Moss can go in the Search for a Cricket Superstar.
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Barossa groups voice their views over wind farms According to the state government, the proposed reforms are designed to facilitate further growth in the wind industry in SA. However, in a letter addressed to the DPA committee, the council stated, ‘By its nature, the intent of the DPA contravenes the intent of the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale Protection Districts DPA and Character Preservation (Barossa Valle) Bill 2011. The bill seeks to provide ‘certainty for future investment, balanced with a need to protect the rural landscapes that enhance the special character of the Barossa Valley’. The council also opposes the proposed changes to the public
chronic disease services, dental care and drug and alcohol services. The priorities were identified as part of an integrated approach to planning the most appropriate services for each community. Following the identification of priorities the Taskgroup invited a range of stakeholders with expert knowledge and experience to participate in workshops. At the workshops participants were
asked to describe a model of care for each priority area, identify key enablers, actions and outcomes. Statewide providers, country-wide services, local Aboriginal Health Advisory Committees and Health Advisory Councils will have the opportunity to comment on the draft plan. Members of the Mid North, Yorke and Lower North and Barossa Taskgroup include Dr Jack Urlwin, a general practitioner from
Council defers village decision PROGRESS on the Seppeltsfield Village has been delayed with Light Regional Council (LRC) deferring a decision on the project until this month’s council meeting. LRC was to consider a Statement of Intent (SOI) for the village vision in December and if it should be submitted to Planning Minister John Rau, but elected members deferred that decision to give them more time to look over the document. The SOI details the investigations required, the consultation process and the timeframe of preparing the development plan amendment (DPA) to facilitate the Seppeltsfield Village vision. Concept plans lodged with LRC by Seppeltsfield Estate Trust envision up to 35 winery buildings being re-used to accommodate a variety of activities including coopering, brewing, fine food production, glass blowing and educational facilities for winemaking, viticulture, cooking, music, and other educational activities. Light mayor Bill O’Brien said elected members only received the 19-page SOI the night before the December council meeting and they wanted to have more opportunity to read and think over the document. “It outlines the whole concept of what is being proposed and some of the council members felt they didn’t really have enough time to
absorb that properly,” Mr O’Brien said. “I think the fact we have just won a civic award for process, we are mindful of that and the reasons why we won it. We are thorough and we want to do these things properly. “I think it was probably quite a good move to defer making a decision on the Statement Of Intent until such a time the councilors are quite comfortable with what they are ticking off on, all be it that it is a very initial stage of that Seppeltsfield process.” Mr O’Brien said LRC would be applying similar methods used in the Roseworthy development in regards to community consultation and ensuring everyone could have a say. “We will be looking at that (SOI) pretty carefully and the various elements of what is being proposed and make sure that doesn’t have a negative impact on the neighbours and the region as a whole,” he said. “I think we have got to exercise all the lessons we have learned from the Roseworthy roll-out and apply that to this particular project and development plan amendment, which is exactly what they are endeavouring to do. LRC will now consider submitting the Seppeltsfield SOI to the state government at its meeting on January 24.
Tanunda and John Neal, from Barossa Health Advisory Council. The Taskgroup will consider the feedback and confirm the Final Implementation Plan by the end of March 2012. For further information or to direct comments to the Taskgroup, email CHSATaskGroups@he alth.sa.gov.au. In other news Following the departure of former
Barossa Area Health Service chief executive officer Erik Moen in December 2010, Debbie Martin has been acting in the role and was formally appointed in July last year. Her official title is Cluster Director for Inner North Country Health Services. Ms Martin has worked in the area for the past six years and her previous role was Director, Community Services.
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BAROSSA Council will make it clear this month; they do not support the introduction of the statewide wind farms development plan amendment for the area. The council’s senior manager planning services Louis Monteduro will address the Development Policy Advisory committee next Tuesday evening, (January 17) in Adelaide. In October 2011, the state government announced their proposed wind farm reforms that included state councils to be given greater responsibility, plus a dramatic reduction in public consultation over newly proposed wind farms within the state.
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HE CLAIMS to have been a Barossa tourist, but chatting with Aussie rock icon Jon English - this month could be his first ever visit. “I’ve been to Adelaide plenty of times and to Gawler, and the Barossa - you know that little village where they make the sauces,” he said. Sorry Jon, that’s Hahndorf ’s Beerenberg, about an hour’s drive from here. Never mind, the Barossa looks forward to his arrival on Saturday, January 21, when he heads The Rock Show at the Barossa Arts and Convention Centre, Tanunda. The star of Jesus Christ Superstar, Against the Wind and the Pirates of Penzance will be bringing a ninepiece troupe of multi-talented young musicians and singers to highlight music from the 60s through to the 70s. The baby boomer first joined the music scene after completing a degree in arts to avoid the army. He fronted the band Sebastian Hardy. “This went on to be famous after I left,” he laughed. A few decades on and Jon continues to maintain his energy level because he enjoys what he does.
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“I’ve slowed down a bit and like to be home” at Coffs Harbour with his partner “as there are several flights to Sydney which is only 40 minutes away,” he said. The highlight of his career so far includes performing in Jesus Christ Superstar. “We performed at Memorial Drive, Adelaide, with a performance of the concert style.” Next March will be 40 years since he joined the musical. Jon thinks his love of music comes from his family. His dad was an amateur pianist. “Back then you couldn’t get a real job in music and even when I was a muso it wasn’t seen as a career compared with kids these days. They are so talented and amazing”. The Rock Show will deliver acts such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Kinks, Cream, Bob Dylan, Joe Cocker, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, David Bowie, Janis Joplin, Elton John, Mamas and the Papas and AC/DC. “People come along to see me, not really knowing what to expect, but they invariably leave saying they are just blown away by the world class young talent on stage.” For bookings and ticket prices, contact the Barossa Arts and Convention Centre on 8561 4299 or visit venutix.com.au.
Whistled away to the top end By MIKE TEAKLE RESPECTED Australian Rules football umpire Kristian Whitaker is off to Darwin. The Barossa, Light and Gawler whistler has been appointed Umpiring Development Officer for AFL in the Northern Territory. It is the opportunity of a lifetime for Whitaker and indicates that umpiring in the BL&G can be a pathway to a career in the game. In his role, Kristian will oversee all aspects of umpiring in the territory including travelling to areas such as Gove, Arnhem Land, the Tiwi Islands, Katherine, Tenant Creek and Alice Springs. “It’s going to be a huge challenge but I’m really looking forward to it,” Kristian said. “A couple of months ago I was looking at the careers section on the AFL website and saw the ad. I wasn’t too confident at the time but things fell my way. The feedback I have received from them has been very positive. “The fact I’ve umpired in a high quality competition was a factor but what really surprised and impressed them was a reference from Nobby (BL&GFA president Robin Symes) as they’d never seen an umpire endorsed by a league president before.” The timing couldn’t have been better for Whitaker after finishing
his degree in sports science in 2011 he now has the chance to develop his future in his chosen profession in a role that has the potential to take him anywhere in Australia. “I’m absolutely thrilled for Kristian,” Mr Symes said. “He’s a wonderful young man who has represented this league with distinction over recent years. “I see it as a huge endorsement of the BL&G Umpires Association and their professionalism as a panel, it’s a very good ad for umpiring in the BL&G.” Mr Symes will now have to oversee the appointment of a new coach for the junior umpires, Whitaker’s current role. After six years of umpiring and with nearly 60 A grade games under his belt, Kristian’s first priority will be adapting to the conditions and culture in the top end. He is about to encounter heat and humidity that most South Australians cannot comprehend. “It’s going to be very different but it can’t be worse than a freezing cold day in the mud at places like Williamstown or Angaston,” he said. Even tougher than the conditions will be the immense distances he faces to perform tasks such as school visits. As the major sponsor of the BL&G umpires, the Herald congratulates Kristian on his appointment and wishes him all the best.
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The other view I WOULD like to answer Joe Wilkes (Herald, December 21) who uses the Old Testament to decry the evils of homosexual unions. I was raised a Catholic, but chose to leave that faith after an examination of the Bible whose values Mr Wilkes so fervently upholds. If we can accept that the Bible, in its entirety, is the word of God, how can we explain its contradictions? Slavery is condoned in Genesis, Exodus, Luke and Deuteronomy, for example, but Jeremiah, Mark, Matthew and Isaiah are against it. God is supposed to be allknowing and infallible...he would not make such mistakes. If God spoke to all these writers, is it that they interpreted his word differently... and if so, doesn’t that make the entire Bible an unreliable source of his Word? I cannot believe in a book that says “Thou shalt not kill,” on the one hand, but then allows exceptions as long as you’re reading Leviticus, and thus killing gay men, adulterers, thieves (20:13), blasphemers (24:1423),witches (20:27), unchaste daughters of priests (21:9), or children who swear at you (20:9). Will the courts
uphold my decision to smite them? I always thought that the term “papal Army” was an abomination but, apparently, killing “in the name of the Lord” is okay. The problem is that nobody seems certain where to draw the line. People have used passages from the Bible to defend their arguments for centuries. I could go to the Bible now and find passages to support objections against surgery, blood transfusions and plant hybridisation - all of which have saved lives and alleviated the suffering of millions. The genes that Mr Wilkes claims to be so informed about were only discovered by the study of parts excised from the human body... which Leviticus describes as an abomination. Should I also be going into restaurants and asking a person’s religion before throwing their dinner across the room to save them from the abominations of shellfish (11:10), eating an unhooved animal (11:26) or snail (11:30), or from the exile that is the punishment for eating fat or blood (7:23-26)? Leviticus does, however, answer our questions regarding the complete deregulation of immigration by saying we must offer
hospitality to all, regardless of race(19:33-4). Does God really want us not to marry if we’ve had sex, lost our first spouse, or divorced?(21:13)? Would God really discriminate against the disabled by not allowing them to “approach to offer the bread of his God”? Would he really advocate whipping a slave woman a man had had sex with (19:20) or placing a monetary value on human life (27:3) - with women being worth only 50-60 per cent of the value of men? Would he really destroy your soul if you worked on the Sabbath(23:30)? If so, I’d rather not believe in him. I do not mean any disrespect to people of faith, but I do ask Joe Wilkes to think about the fact that the Bible was not written by God, it was written by men, and men make mistakes, misinterpret and are human. How else can he explain the inconsistencies? As a child, I asked my teachers about these, and was told that the Bible is the word of God, and was not to be questioned, only one dared to attempt to explain it, by saying that the Bible was written by men who were trying to interpret the
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Next war When a punter is selecting a horse to bet on, and when a policeman is considering the laying of charges on a suspect, they always check for any “form”. Before Julia Gillard backs the United States intentions to attack Iran she should Google “Operation Northwood” and “Operation Mongoose” and see that the Pentagon has “form”. The US government has confirmed the proposed actions as “official policy”. Tony Beales Gawler East
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ARRESTS • Gawler police arrested an Evanston Gardens woman in her 30s on a warrant on January 4. • A 19-year-old Gawler West man was arrested by Gawler police on January 4 for breaching bail. • Gawler police arrested a Smithfield Plains man in his 20s on January 5 for misuse of a motor vehicle and PCA with a reading of 0.084. He was issued with an instant loss of licence and his vehicle was subsequently defected and impounded. • An Evanston gardens man in his 30s was arrested by Gawler police on a warrant
on December 5. • Barossa CIB arrested a Parafield gardens man in his 20s on January 5 for using for offensive language. • A Willaston woman in her 20s was arrested on January 7 by Gawler police for using offensive language and throwing a missile. REPORTS • A Roseworthy man in his 40s was reported on January 4 for driving while disqualified. • A Willunga woman in her 20s was reported by Barossa Highway patrol for driving a vehicle in a careless manner on January 5. • Gawler police reported a Gawler East woman in her 30s
for driving unlicensed on January 5. • Barossa CIB reported a man in his 30s on January 6 for serious criminal trespass and theft from a break on a business in October, 2011. SERIOUS CRIMINAL TRESPASS • A home on Shamrock Way at Roseworthy was broken in to on January 4 via a bedroom window. A shed was also entered and items were stolen. •Roof tiles were removed to gain entry at a break in at a home in Lumsden Court at Evanston Park on January 6. Entry was not gained to the house.
Barossa police report ARRESTS • Nuriootpa police arrested a Tanunda man in his 20s on a warrant on January 5. • An 18-year-old Nuriootpa man was arrested for breaching bail on January 8. A Greenock woman in her 20s was arrested by Nuriootpa police on January 7 for driving without due care. REPORTS • A Waikerie man in his 20s was reported by Nuriootpa Police on January 6 when he was found to be driving while suspended on the Sturt Highway at Stockwell. • A 17-year-old Nuriootpa male was reported on January 8 for misuse of a motor vehicle after
police observed him ‘fishtailing’ his vehicle on a dirt road. The vehicle was subsequently impounded. THEFT • Two mountain bikes were stolen from the rear yard of a home on Elizabeth Street, Nuriootpa between December 31 and January 3. SERIOUS CRIMINAL TRESPASS • A Mildred Street, Kapunda business was broken into between January 5 and 6, with numerous items stolen. • A Seppeltsfield Road, Marananga business was entered between January 1 and 4 and items were stolen.
Road deaths Firearms find mar holidays at Willaston A 23-YEAR-OLD Williamstown man died in a two-vehicle collision at One Tree Hill on Sunday. He was the passenger in a car which was involved in a crash with a ute at an intersection on One Tree Hill Road just before midday. The driver of the car, a 24-year-old Paralowie man, was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital in a serious but stable condition. It was the first fatal crash in South Australia in 2012. On Christmas Eve last year, another man, a 41-year-old from Birdwood, died when his motorcycle hit a guard rail at Mt Pleasant. The crash occurred just before 9.30am on December 24 on Torrens Valley Road, near the intersection on Black Snake Road between Birdwood and Mt Pleasant. Major crash investigators atended the scene. A total of 103 deaths were recorded on South Australian roads in 2011.
elcome to 2012 with the Herald, a year in which we are excited about further developing the state’s largest circulating country newspaper. As our front page explains, the Herald looks forward to bringing all your news, weekly in print and daily online. Today we also record Tony’s swansong. After 13 years as the Herald’s general manager and sales manager, Tony Swan is seeking to further his working career elsewhere. A judgement of a person’s success can be gauged whether the place of employment is better for their involvement. No-one can argue that the Herald has not moved forward dramatically under Tony’s guidance to be
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A 57-YEAR-OLD Willaston man was arrested on Sunday after being found with firearms, drugs and a taser at Willaston on Sunday morning. The man was stopped in a vehicle in the car park of a Willaston Hotel at around 12.20am on Sunday, where Gawler police searched his car. They located a .22 rifle, ammunition, a concealed knife and a torch, which was
found to be a taser upon closer inspection. Police also discovered a small quantity of what is believed to be amphetamine. The man appeared in the Elizabeth Magistrates on Monday. Police ask that anyone who has information about illegal firearms or drugs to contact BankSA Crime Stoppers immediately on 1800 333 000.
a significant media presence in a tight marketplace. Tony leaves having done a brilliant job, but he departs with the paper about to take another giant step into future. Being in the Barossa is exciting at any time but this month we have the Santos Tour Down Under next Friday then the spectacular Valley Hot Rodders Cruise On from January 20 - 23. Normally, we have to wait until the Wednesday to read about those wonderful tourist events. Not in 2012. The Herald will have news and photos from both events online shortly after they happen. Our loyal readers who still prefer to read a hard copy of the paper each week won’t miss out. On Wednesday, with the Herald will be home delivered with expanded coverage of both events. That is the beauty of the new technological age in which we live. Online, the Herald will record the news as it happens but each Wednesday we will still deliver our sought after newspaper.
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Real Estate Liftout
Great opportunity New release of craftsman-built home at Sutherlands. Domain Page 3. THURSDAY 12TH JANUARY BAROSSA REAL ESTATE LYNDOCH 7 Robert Ross Drive.................4:30 – 5:00pm HOMBURG REAL ESTATE NURIOOTPA 47 John Harris Drive ............5:30 – 6:00pm
PROFESSIONALS KAPUNDA KAPUNDA 119 Old Adelaide Road ........12:00 – 12:45pm KAPUNDA 80 Mildred Street.....................1:00 – 1:45pm KAPUNDA 14 Bagot Street........................2:00 – 2:45pm
SUNDAY 15TH JANUARY
BAROSSA REAL ESTATE WILLIAMSTOWN 12 Rounsevell Road..11:00 – 11:30am LYNDOCH 11 Rushall Road ..................11:45 – 12:15pm NURIOOTPA 21 Kranz Street ....................1:45 – 2:15pm NURIOOTPA 8 New Road..........................2:30 – 3:00pm WILLIAMSTOWN 9 Charles Fry Court.......3:45 – 4:15pm LYNDOCH 7 Robert Ross Drive.................4:30 – 5:00pm
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Real Estate Liftout
Dual income property WHAT a great investment property in Tanunda with potential rental income from storage to help pay off the mortgage. Situated on a good-sized corner block in a quiet residential area this double brick house will make a great investment or first home. The home is of solid construction offering three good-size bedrooms, two of which are fitted with wallmounted electrical heating. The entrance hall features two double glass doors leading into a cosy lounge with high ornate ceilings and a slow combustion heater for comfort in those cold winter months. Modern describes the eat-in kitchen which is decorated in neutral cream tones and offers ample storage and bench space to do your own home cooking. The bathroom is comfortably fitted with a separate shower, bath, and there is a separate toilet. Outside, there is a huge entertainment area and a single
OPTIONS: The Tanunda house is pictured above while below is a guide of the huge shed.
carport with space for parking two cars and some additional storage space. The backyard is fully fenced, with plenty of room to play, including a lawn area and space for your vegie patch. What’s really great about this property is the huge, separate storage shed of about 108 square metres (13.5 x 8) at the rear of the block with off street access. Fenced off from the backyard, the shed has space for at least seven cars, a boat and caravan, or a small van. A fantastic opportunity to work on your own cars with concrete flooring, power, pit, and hoist all provided. This is a great investment property which just needs that bit of tender loving care to make a lovely home for a smaller family, with potential extra income from storage with off-street access. Further features include a rainwater tank plumbed into the house, reverse-cycle air conditioning, security shutters to the bedrooms, and a garden shed for all your garden tools and utensils. An absolute must to inspect for investors and multiple car owners.
At a glance... Where: 14 Angas Street, Tanunda. Price: $325,000. Open: Sunday, January 18. When: 11am - 11.30am. Agent: Barossa Real Estate. RLA1997. Contact: Myriam Bultsma on mobile 0427 392 819.
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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.
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7 Robert Ross Drive LIGHT UP YOUR HOME WITH FREE ENERGY 42 Solar Panels, ensuite & wir, Large separate lounge, Flat screen TV & Entertainment, Large kitchen, Spacious open plan family & meals, Ducted R/C A/C, Extra large double garage umr, Rear veranda, Established gardens & fruit trees, Rain water tank, Set in a great location on a 772m2 block. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408
29 Road 21Stockwell Kranz Street GOOD FAMILY LIVING! Built in 1984, modern floor plan and neutral tones. Master brm with ens & wir, beds 2 & 3 with BIR’s, 3 way family bathroom, formal lounge and dining room and an open plan kitchen, family, meals area. Centrally located to town amenities and with Nuriootpa only 78.6km (approx) from Adelaide, it could be the country change you are after. Elle Moreton 0488 996 566
LYNDOCH - $315,000-$330,000
KAPUNDA - $275,000-$285,000
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12 Rounsevell Road GORGEOUS OUTLOOK!
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
LAND FOR SALE Angaston 21 John Dallwitz Ave
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$199-$215,000 Sue Schugmann $199-$215,000 Sue Schugmann $125,000 Sue Schugmann $100,000 Sue Schugmann $119,000 Sue Schugmann
8 New Road CLASSIC, SOLID, STYLISH FAMILY HOME! A truly delightful property offering privacy, space and convenience. A family bungalow with 4 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms on a generous block of approx. 1278m2, has been fully renovated and restored. Lofty ornate ceilings, original architraves and skirtings, sash windows, fire places and polished floorboards, new wiring & roofing, and solar power.
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11 Rushall Road PRICE REDUCTION - SET TO SELL Set perched up on a (approx) 1005m2 block this 3 brm 2 bathroom home gives you plenty of room to move, and the inside of the home is nothing less. 2 separate living areas both of good size. Good family kitchen with plenty of cupboard space, gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher. Outside is a gabled patio perfect for entertaining friends. Evaporative cooling, gas heating a double garage under the main roof and plenty of room for a caravan or boat.. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420
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.
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104 Murray St, Tanunda www.barossarealestate.com.au RLA 1997
Real Estate Liftout PROPERTY OF THE WEEK
OPEN: Open-plan living inside the Sutherlands home.
New release HERE is a great opportunity for a handyman/builder with vision. This three-bedroom, threebathroom stonemason-built home is on about 180 acres and is for genuine sale. A change in direction of the vendors is the reason this near 40 square house is on the market. Located five minutes drive from the Sutherlands Hotel on a quiet country road, this craftsman-built home has some very special features. A further 65 acres of land is also available by a lease agreement with the local government council. Mains electricity, mains water, rainwater tanks and gas hot water and cooking facilities complement this home. Yes it still needs some finishing touches but someone willing to do the work will reap the rewards. The asking price is $370,000. Call David from Hambours Real Estate on 0419 917 474 or 8566 2209 for a private viewing. Further details will be made to genuine clients.
Wow - so close to town EVERYTHING is so close here in Eudunda. Only a few minutes’ walk to the main street shopping, the hospital, schools, gallery, museum and hotel. The solid double-brick, highceiling home consists of three large bedrooms with quality carpet. The lovely large timber kitchen, with a walk-in pantry and plenty of cupboard space has been upgraded. A combustion heater for the cooler months is a feature of the lounge room while the sunroom is spacious. Ducted evaporative air conditioning takes care of the indoor temperature during hot summer months. A wide hallway, nicely tiled modern bathroom with bathtub, shower cubicle and vanity, separate large toilet with hand basin and wide doorway suitable for a wheel chair are other highlights. Outside features include a paved outdoor area, shadehouse, double garage plus single garage with roller door, concrete floor and power. A rainwater tank is plumbed to the house and there is a chook shed and storage shed, a vegie patch, good gutters and tiled roof, cute picket fence, double gate access to backyard and easycare gardens.
APPEALING: The Eudunda home with three large bedrooms which is within walking distance of all the major amenities.
The home is perfect for a family or handyman with all the shed space. Retirees you don’t need a car, this property is central to all facilities. The price range for this outstanding home is $200,000 to $210,000. For further information please call Julie Toth on 8562 4650 or 0418 853 134.
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Location, location... Solid brick veneer 3 brm home circa 2004 on small manageable 325m2 block, established gardens, fully enclosed rear pergola area ideal for a summers night. Features include duct evap air cond, s/s air cond, o/plan kitchen/ dining/ lounge with sliding door to outside entertainment area, stylish entry hallway. Walk to main street, supermarket, chemist, post office etc. RLA150685
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
SOLID BRICK VENEER HOME Situated on edge of Kapunda on a 2252m2 block over two titles. Fully established gardens lead to very well presented 3 bedroom home with c/h, split system a/c and evap. Other features include extensive shedding, outdoor courtyard area, ceiling fans, fully tiled bathroom. Near offers will be considered. RLA150685
Edge of Kapunda. 3 Brm, tbr framed hardi-plank house. Security blinds to front, dbl galv iron gge, establ gdns, good street appeal. Currently leased for next 10 months. LG Slipsystem a/c ducted and evap system, near new carpets t/out, freshly painted, quality lino. New kitchen, updated bthrm, built-ins in main brm. Rumpus/Fam rm. Perg w. ceiling fan, ample paving and shedding, huge year yard. R/wtr tank, Clipsal switch to power, a/g pool. RLA 150685
Price Reduced to $235,000
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Real Estate Liftout
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A unique sandstone/bluestone family sized home offers 3 bedrooms, 2 x living areas, fantastic cellar/man cave, kitchen, updated wet areas, garage/workshop umr, re-newed wiring and plumbing, wide shady verandahs, over 2000 sqm of established grounds on two titles with shedding and plenty of rainwater storage. Town Centre zoning allows for certain types of business use`s (subject to consents). Steve 0417 811 348
KAPUNDA Lot 91 Smedley Street $79,950 "CONVENIENCE & SPACE"
Pick up the phone and be the first to view this 1985 year built brick veneer home, offering 3 brms, updated kitchen & bthrm, o/p lnge/ dine, year round climate control, full lgth paved vdah, attached c/pt, estab grounds, fenced large side yard with toolshed ideal for the kids and dog to run around, total land over 1000 sqm, whether looking for your 1st home, investment property or place to retire with room for the cvan, this one suits many options! See you Sunday.
Stone’s throw from main street this building allotment of just over 1000 sqm is now available, approx 32m x 32m, easily accommodate a single or double dwelling subject to all necessary consents & approvals). Water and effluent on. Walk to shops, bowls, hotels etc, new residential development has taken place across the road. For more details. Steve 0417 811 348
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Shining space peaceful place AT THE end of a quiet no through road, where a large leafy reserve frames two sides of this superbly presented property, life within the town could be no more peaceful. At 19 Oxley Street, Nuriootpa, is a home that’s large enough for family life, refined enough to please the most selective and low maintenance enough to allow the owners the luxury of time to truly enjoy life in this private pocket. Shining porcelain tiling, downlighting and shades of milk and coffee feature throughout this residence so full of light, all four bedrooms are of the most generous proportions and both bathrooms are simply beautiful. The living zones within the house include an immense home theatre room with a recessed wall for the flat screen television and a huge openplan casual lifestyle space featuring floor to ceiling glass on three of its sides, a stunning stainless-steel framed gas log fireplace and superb designer kitchen with endless glass splashbacks and island bar. Throughout the home, superior quality custom-made blinds and block-out curtains add to the dramatic and high class presentation. Sliding glass to three sections allows the home to become ‘open air’ to the extensively paved courtyardstyle rear grounds where sandstone retaining walls contain a row of young trees that will soon become a screen of green between the property’s one and only neighbour. There are several positions outdoors in which the addition of a
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shade sail, retractable awnings and a pergola would finalise the creation of multiple outdoor living zones in this low maintenance and well finished outside space. The classic, uncluttered and tasteful choices throughout this home give it high end appeal and with parkland surrounding the home to render it virtually neighbour free, this property has the luxury of space and treescape to complement outdoor living and entertaining on its easy-care 575 square metres. Style and class, space and light, privacy and peace are what you will discover when you experience this property of an immaculate standard and where you will easily see yourself living freely, entertaining effortlessly and enjoying endlessly this unique parkside position. David Braunack (pictured) of Homburg Real Estate can be contacted on 0418 841 349 and will be pleased to introduce you to this standout property, priced at $390,000 - $410,000.
Real Estate Liftout
Australia’s still raising the real estate roof AUSTRALIAN housing markets displayed a generally resilient performance in 2011, reflecting the inherent security of residential real estate in this country, particularly when compared with housing markets in similar open-market economies. The year was always set to be a period of correction for Australia's housing markets following the unsustainable growth in house prices recorded through 2009 and 2010. Between January 2009 and June 2010, Melbourne's quarterly median house price rose by nearly 30 per cent, with Sydney's up by almost 20 per cent over the same period. All other capitals also recorded big rises in house prices over those 18 months. Housing affordability crashed by the end of 2010, with surging house prices and rising interest rates
combining to send buyers into hibernation. Australian Property Monitors data has revealed that capital city housing markets have generally performed encouragingly in 2011 despite the pressure on housing affordability generated in 2010 and a mixed economic performance in 2011. The national median price for houses over the year to October 2011 fell by just 1 per cent compared with the previous year, with median unit prices rising by 1.2 per cent over the year. The 2011 result follows a 17 per cent rise in the national median house price over the year to October 2010 and a 12.2 per cent rise in the median unit price over the same period. The best capital city performers were Melbourne and Sydney, where annual median house prices rose by 1 per cent. Darwin and Adelaide
house prices were flat and Hobart down 1.5 per cent. The worst performers over the year were Brisbane and Perth, where annual median house prices fell by 3.5 and 4.75 per cent respectively. The unit market clearly outperformed the housing market over the year to October 2011, with Sydney recording median unit price growth of 2 per cent followed by Melbourne and Darwin up by 1 per cent. Brisbane and Perth were again the underperformers, with annual unit prices falling by 1.3 per cent and 3.5 per cent respectively. Bureau of Statistics data confirms the solid performance by Australian housing markets in 2011, with the number of owner-occupier housing loans rising by 2.4 per cent over the 10 months ending October compared with the same period in 2010.
New South Wales was the best performer with an increase of 8 per cent, with Western Australia surprisingly in second place with growth in home loans of 7 per cent over the year, courtesy of a surge in the past three months - indicating perhaps growing late-year momentum in that market. By contrast, the number of home loans approved in Queensland in the year to October fell by 8.4 per cent compared with the same period in 2010. The nature and strength of Australian housing markets in 2011 was always to be determined by the underlying supply and demand characteristics of individual markets and the strength of national and local economies. In addition to the affordability barriers created by the prices surge and interest rate rises of 2009 and
2010, housing markets have had to encounter unexpected headwinds in 2011. The impact of the central Queensland and Brisbane floods was not restricted to the local housing markets. National economic output was affected through reduced coal exports and the cost of the reconstruction levy. Higher prices for fruit and vegetables also affected household budgets nationally. The impact of catastrophic natural disasters on the national psyche and confidence cannot be underestimated, particularly given Australia's recent propensity for financial conservatism, especially when it comes to buying or borrowing. By Dr Andrew Wilson who is senior economist for Australian Property Monitors. Source: BusinessDay
Hanging gardens VERTICAL gardens can be a striking space saver with environmental benefits. At least as far back as the creation of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon in the ancient world, man has grappled with the idea of growing plants in a vertical direction. But in recent years the idea of the vertical garden, also known as the wall garden, has had a new lease of life around the world. Erwin Taal, a landscape architect and spokesman for the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, says wall gardens are growing in popularity. He ascribes the demand to new products, the need to make the most of space and the environmental benefits, which can include improving air quality and filtering water runoff. Another attraction is the novelty of being able to grow herbs or vegetables on an inside wall - although, Mr Taal notes, care must be taken with fertiliser if the produce is to be eaten. “'People like the idea of a salad bar or a herb wall or something like that, rather than traditional pots or hanging gardens,” he says. Vertical gardens can be as little as one or two square metres, or cover an entire wall or walls. Some systems use planter pots attached to a wall and some use material ''bags'' filled with growing media into which the plants are ''plugged''. “The trick is, whatever way it is, to have sufficient growing media for plants,” Mr Taal says. Ben Cusack, of vertical garden specialist company Lushe, a retailer of the Wallgarden system, says the key to success is matching the plants to the conditions, in which the garden is located such as sun, shade and plant size. “'Small, dense plants work better to provide wall coverage,” he says, and irrigation systems are critical. “'A vertical garden will dry out much faster than pot plants and can need watering every day depending on the conditions,” he says. “So we always recommend to install a dripper system to keep the plants hydrated.”
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FIRST RELEASE & OPEN
1 Chinner Street
$260,000 - $280,000
Quaint Modern Cottage in Superb Location This highly desirable 2 bedroom home is situated opposite the picturesque town park/oval complex, providing a beautiful year round outlook. Set on a handy corner allotment, with it´s own lovely grounds, this property is bound to impress a wide range of purchasers from first 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. Inspect: Sunday 3:30 - 4pm Web: HRE501 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828 Michael Bogan: 0416 586 897
FIRST RELEASE & OPEN
8 Sibley Street
$199,000 - $217,000
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. Inspect: Sunday 3:30 - 4pm Web: HRE503 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
NEW & OPEN
25 Atze Parade
NEW & OPEN
$315,000 - $325,000 34 Lehmann Road
NEW & OPEN
$410,000 - $430,000 79a Murray Street
$229,000 - $249,000 8 Acacia Street
A Brand New Classic Clean contemporary lines, high ceilings, timeless tones & layout to suit today´s life style. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, separate lounge & open plan tiled casual living with well equipped kitchen & sliding glass to take life outdoors. Ducted heating & cooling, double carport with auto door & secure internal access. Carefree living on 459sqm.
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.
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!
Courtyard Cottage on Acacia Behind a quaint picket fence & bull nosed front verandah, this appealing modern cottage with open living is the ideal home for those seeking a low maintenance lifestyle, situated on 423sqm with a fully paved rear yard, carport & colourbond garage, this property will see you with more time for relaxing, entertaining & enjoying an alfresco lifestyle.
Inspect: Sunday 3:15 - 3:45pm Web: HRE347 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Sunday 1:30 - 2pm Web: HRE483 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Sunday 2:50 - 3:20pm Web: HRE473 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE480 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
19 Oxley Street
$390,000 - $410,000 4 Lots on Samuel Road
RE-RELEASE & OPEN
$195,000 - $475,000 47 John Harris Drive
PRICE REDUCED & OPEN
$195,000 - $210,000 8 Lehmann Road
$379,000 - $389,000
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.
• 4 vacant industrial land allotments from 2,500m² to 8,207m² approx • Positioned on BW Truck route close to Sturt Highway giving easy access to Northern Expressway, Port Adelaide, Adelaide & Interstate destinations • All services available. • Shed packages an option
"Taj Mahal"............Not! If you are looking for an affordable challenge, then you´d better come for a look ! 3 B’room brick veneer home has the makings of a good 1st home or rental. Generous 900m2 allotment, offering vineyard & Barossa Ranges views, dble gge & loads of scope to create a great little property. The basic elements are here, just bring your imagination and elbow grease.
Situated in Langmeil Estate. 4 B’rooms, main w/- ens & wir. Formal & casual living areas. Great kitchen w/- d/washer, b/bar + pantry. Fully ducted r/c a/c + neutral tones t/out. Covered & paved outdoor ent area. Lge, fenced yard w/- well est. garden + shed. Dble c/port w/- elec. panel lift door + side access for van etc. R/water plumbed.........& much more. Beautifully presented & ready for the new owners to move in and enjoy, don´t wait!
Inspect: by appointment Web: HRE493 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRECS486 RLA: 219152 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
Inspect: Thursday 5:30 - 6pm Web: HRE476 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Sunday 12:30 - 1pm Web: HRE433 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
David Braunack 0418 841 349
Guy Draper 0417 810 828
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Mike Bogan 0416 586 897
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TANUNDA 8563 2599 NURIOOTPA 8562 2600
9 Paradale Drive
$455,000 - $475,000 26 Staehr Street
$395,000 - $430,000 Lot 393 Stockwell Road
$279,000 - $299,000 11 Edinburgh Avenue
$225,000 - $240,000
Features to Impress Executive prop., sit in Langmeil Est. Wide front of this prop easily caters for dble gge umr, + additional d/way w/- access to rear yard & 6m x 6m shed, suit vans, boats & trailers. Quality home offers up to 4 b’rooms, or 3 & study, lge main w/- ens & wir. 3 Spac living areas, feature packed kit. w/- huge pantry, ducted r/c a/c, covered outdoor ent area & more.
Character, charm and desirability C1890 home oozes character, charm & desirability. Stunning entrance with polished timber floors, ornate plaster ceilings, formal dining with French doors leading into spacious lge. Renovated bthrm & lndry. 3 bedrooms (2 dbl) all with built-in robes Country kitchen, dishwasher and cellar. Lined dbl gge with sep. office, c/port, paved o/door area, landscaped grounds.
Affordable & Versatile Offering almost an acre of land, a neat, practical 3 bedroom home, with fabulous outdoor entertainment area, a 6 x 9m garage, double carport, fully fenced rear yard plus extra land for a variety of pursuits, all situated in the small country township of Stockwell, only a short stroll to the general store, town ovals and Hotel. A must to inspect.
Great starter/Investment opportunity This comfortable & affordable 3 bedroom home is situated on an allotment of some 724 m2, and offers loads of potential for those starting out. With a renovated kitchen, cosy lounge, sep bathroom inc bath and shwr, polished floorboards, neutral décor and more. Lge fully fenced rear yard with scope for ent. area, garaging etc.
Inspect: Sunday 1 - 1:30pm Web: HRE460 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Sunday 2:15 - 2:45pm Web: HRE465 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Sunday 4:15 - 4:45pm Web: HRE376 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE467 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Pieces 95 & 96 Krondorf Road
$350,000 - $370,000 11 Schaedel Street
$229,000 - $249,000 25 Murray Street
$585,000 - $615,000 49 Murray Street
Versatile 1.5 Ha Property on "Krondorf Road" Just the address will be enough to spark interest. 1.5 Ha (approx 3.5 acres) inc a small v/yard planted 1994 of approx 2000m2 (1/2 acre), 2 b’room home, 20 x 30 gge + winter creek w/- lge gums & loads more room for a variety of pursuits. Whether cellar door, small winery, B&B or weekender, the choice is yours (sub to Council consents). Genuine sale, so be quick!
Affordable First Home/Investment This comfortable 4 bedroom home situated on a 729m2 allotment is conveniently located close to a primary school and 7 day shopping. Generously sized lounge, kitchen/meals, bathroom with spa bath, fully enclosed rear yard, entertainment area and much more. Will suit first home owners, investors, small family, retirees and more.
Versatile Residence/Commercial or Both Character older prop, in heart of main st offers opportunities galore. Currently family home, there is scope for use as business premises or a mixture, lge side room, (cellar beneath) fold back timber & glass doors & kit area at the rear (incl Pizza oven) maybe small eatery, cellar door or party place for family & friends, choice is yours. Loads of features.
Great Investment Opportunity Significant, historic building, being offered for genuine sale to investors. In excess of 500m2 floor space a multitude of various sized offices spread between 2 floors & 2 linked buildings. Centrally located, well known building is securey leased to long standing business with a 5+5yr lease (from 1/8/11) offering an 8% return.
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE438 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE441 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE217 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417810828
Inspect: Call Agent to View Web: HRE171 RLA: 219152 Guy Draper: 0417 810 828 David Braunack: 0418 841 349
OPPORTUNITIES: The Tanunda property is pictured above and below a room for a possible business venture.
THIS versatile property at 25 Murray Street is situated in the heart of the Barossa’s popular tourist town of Tanunda. It lends itself to commercial, residential or a blend of the two. The property has a renovated two or three bedroom home featuring a stylish modern kitchen with Caesar stone benches, quality appliances and loads of cupboards. The bathroom has also recently been renovated in classic white tiling, with a semi-frameless shower, bath and vanity. The cosy lounge features a slow combustion heater for those chilly winter nights, and the whole of the house has ducted evaporative cooling for summer. There are two very large bedrooms, the main with polished timber flooring and French doors to an outdoor entertainment area, then a smaller sleepout plus a study nook. Outside there is a second, private, covered entertaining area, and a huge block of land that would allow further development, or provide a great area for the family pets and kids. A 40 x 25, insulated shed
with air conditioner and 10ft high opening at the doors, offers excellent storage for commercial purposes or for vehicles, boat, van and more. From a commercial viewpoint, there is a large room measuring over 10m x 5m, with timber flooring, glass bi-fold doors to the street, a bar, servery through to a kitchen area (complete with pizza oven) and a sizable dry cellar beneath. Disabled access is available via the rear entry, as well as compliant toilet facilities, making this a ready made opportunity for those wishing to pursue a food/wine operation. The 1600 square metre allotment, has two road frontages, loads of parking for customers and potential for further development. Perhaps sub-division for tourist accommodation, a townhouse or a fully fledged home, the choice is yours. A must to inspect to realise the full potential. The price has now been reduced in the range $585,000 to $615,000. Inspections can be arranged by contacting Guy Draper of Homburg Real Estate, on 0417 810 828, or via the office on 8562 2600. WH1778474
TANUNDA 88 MURRAY STREET 8563 2599 | NURIOOTPA 15 GAWLER STREET 8562 2600 email@example.com
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Stunning 4 Bedroom Home This stunning quality home built in 2004 is a massive 249m2. Set on a 920m2 allot this lovely Distinctive built home offers 4 lge brms, main with ens & WIR, brms 2, 3 & 4 with BIRs, good size office, fml entry & fml dining, generous size kitchen complete with quality appliances, plenty of storage & a lge b/fast bar overlooking the spac o/plan living meals & family room. The home is fully insulated, has r/c heating & cooling, rainwater tank, dbl c/pt with remote roller doors, 12m x 6m galvanized shed with built in mezzanine storage area. The front gdn has established plants and pop-up sprinklers and the back garden has a large entertaining area with the gardens yet to be completed. This stunning property is within walking distance to the main street and local schools.
“JARRAWARRA” If you’ve dreamed of owning your own piece of paradise, Jarrawarra could be it. Situated on a bitumen road just outside Kersbrook, the ppty feats 8ha (20ac) of gently sloping land, some native scrub, grazing pddcks & a mature protea plantation (gen over $15K p/yr). The Tony Gasparin home has quality fittings t/out & has been metic maintained. Timber cathedral ceilings & an o/p living area give feeling of space/light. The home is fully ins in the roof + ext/int walls, is north-facing & has wide eaves. Solar panels gen around 1.5 kilowatts, a solar/elec hws, 2 s/s a/c’s & slow comb heat for year-round comfort. Ample firewood available for the cutting. From the lnge & kitch windows, you have a view across the dam, the proteas & hills, & a gdn court in the centre of the house further enhances connection with nature. Water is supplied by a 4.5mgL dam & 90,000L concrete rainwater tank. Other feats incl ample shedding, mature fruit & nut trees, a veg gdn and resilient back lawn. Within commuting distance of the CBD, less than 30mins from major shopping ctrs & on the doorstep of the Barossa. # 7026 RLA 61382
“Merriwood Farm & Guest House” Set on over 5 acres this stunning circa 1890 cottage offers 360° panoramic views, offering 3 bedrooms, master with open fire place, family/ dining & formal lounge, country style Oak kitchen and stylish bthrm with spa, slow combustion heating & r/cycle air-conditioning. The separate guest house features open plan living, master brm, kitchen, lounge/dining & bathroom. The property has 4 paddocks, some with horse shelters, 9.3x10.3 shed with workshop, large aviaries, kangaroo enclosure, shared bore, 55000L approx rainwater storage and stunning cottage gardens. All this situated approximately 10km out of Kapunda. # 3027 RLA 61382
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!
Unrivalled Quality & Privacy This beautiful tree studded allotment offers over an acre of tranquillity with stunning views. The 2 storey residence comprises of 3 large bedrooms upstairs, 2 with balconies, and a main bathroom. Downstairs there is a huge open living area overlooked by the amazing timber kitchen, superb appliances and slate flooring, large laundry and 2nd toilet facilities. The enclosed verandah is a 2nd entertaining area with spa. Park-like grounds, fully established and easily maintained. There is also a 40x30x15 shed/workshop and another 20x20 lined shed/children’s retreat. No expense has been spared. Inspection is a must - A great find nestled in the heart of the Barossa. # 5031 RLA 61382
Beautifully Established and Meticulously Maintained
‘Wow - Picture Perfect’
One owner since new, this stunning home offers all a growing family could want: 4 lge brms, main with ens & WIR & BIRs t/out 2, 3 & 4, 3 spac living areas with family/meals, fml lnge & games room, & a sparkling newly appointed kitchen with Patini benchtops, glass splashbacks & s/steel apps. With gas heat, ducted evap A/C & quality soft furnishing t/out the home is absolutely complete. Outside is a further 170m2 (approx) u/c ent, immac presented gdns, 2nd & sep access for cvans or trailers, a 20x30 shed/wkshp, & a glorious heated pool. With extras abundant, this property is the complete package in a wonderful neighbourhood, if you’re looking for the perfect place to raise your family then look no further, inspection is by appointment and will not disappoint.
This immac home built in a picturesque, quiet culde-sac in Lyndoch offers plenty of room to move. This stunning Galaxy home set on 1303m2 with manicured gdns offers 4 brms, main with lux, spac ens, WIR, dressing room (or office), brm 2 + 3 have BIRs, 3 way bthrm with bath & shwr. Kitchen has quality apps & plenty of room with ample storage space, all this overlooking the o/p family & meals area. A fml dining & lnge with high ceilings & exposed beams. The home has ducted evap cool & gas heat. Outside is a stunning ent area & fern gdn at the side of the dbl c/pt & at the rear of the home. Spa with gas heat, glasshouse & lge u/g wine cellar & 3 x 4m gdn shed, 20 x 30 shed with sep dwy, auto watering system in all gdns. 44,000ltr rainwater tank pumped to the house (not toilets) & can be switched to mains. All this only 10-15 mins from Gawler & on the doorstep to the Barossa. Why bother to build when it has all been done!
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Relax in Peace with Rural Views
This fabulous 2003 built home is set on 996m2 with majestic views. The home offers master bedroom with bay window, ensuite, walk-in robe and ceiling fan, bedrooms 2, 3 & 4 have built-ins and ceiling fans, formal entry, stunning formal dining and lounge with vaulted ceilings, open plan family/meals and kitchen with a central servery/breakfast bar, large split system heating and cooling and slow combustion heater the home is complete with quality appliances, fixtures and fittings. Outside boasts a stunning entertainment area with views you could look at all day long, it has a superb salt water pool, manicured gardens, large shed, double carport under the main roof, all the fruit trees you could ever need, all located in the picturesque town of Lyndoch - just walking distance to schools, shops, cafés and wineries. # 3021 RLA 61382
Offering 2 residences on over 1½ acres, this is both a unique & idyllic property. Set in a v.quiet court amongst other quality homes it boasts stunning views to the Barossa Ranges framed by it's very own vines. Built in 1982 this solid brick home consists of one dwelling featuring 3 brms with fml lnge/dining, superb timber kitch, full bthrm with sep toilet & lndry adj to another 2 brm residence with kitchen, open family/ dining, bthrm with shwr & sep toilet + lndry. Perfect for the extended family, privacy for the children or possible income producing opp. Serviced by ducted evap a/c & r/c split systems. Outside the property offers superbly estab mature gdns, a huge pgla outdoor ent area together with 30 x 20 shed with pwr & cement flr. A truly rare offering which would accommodate a range of requirements, as 2 very sep homes or a single 5 brm residence.
Constructed by Galaxy Homes in 2002 this spacious 4 brm home has all the extras that you would expect in a build of this calibre. Main bedroom features WIR & ensuite with dbl vanity & spa. With BIRs throughout the other brms all dbls with the 2nd being as large as the main. Boasting sunken formal lnge/formal dining & a huge family with meals area off the kitchen this home delivers quality and quantity with 30 squares of luxurious living, high ceilings throughout, Actron reverse cycle ducted heating and air-conditioning. Together with great outdoor entertaining accessed via French doors from the family area all set on a large 760m2 allotment, which although large is easy to maintain. Barossa bound? This property is a “must see” - call today to arrange a private inspection to suit you.
Immaculately presented home set on approx 1046m2 is right on the doorstep of the Barossa Valley, offering 360˚ views of stunning rural views & tranquillity. This lovely sandstone fronted home offers 4 good sized brms, main with BIR, fml entry, generous lnge/dining with parquetry flrs & slow comb heater, family room, mod kitchen/ meals area & new bathroom. Other features include split system heating and cooling, large double carport with 3 phase power and entertainment area off the rear of the home - somewhere you can sit, unwind and take in the view while you watch the kids play. The property is situated within walking distance of the local, school, bakery, shops, wineries and cellar doors. Don't miss out on this lovely opportunity to acquire a piece of the Barossa.
This stunning home will be a joy to come home to! Built in 2008, this fabulous property features 3 brms, main with WIR & ens, BIRS to brms 2 & 3, together with a spac study which could easily become the 4th brm. Offering 2 sep living areas comp fml lnge with surround sound perfect for movie nights, & the lge light-filled o/p family/dining area with amazing kitchen, complete with s/steel apps, incl canopy rangehood, lge free-standing oven & dishwasher. Plenty of bench space & loads of cupboards. The o/plan area is perfect for ent, & the internal décor, fixtures & fittings are quality t/out with no expense spared. Immac estab gdns & the gorgeous paved rear terrace which overlooks the beautiful tree-studded Victoria Ck Reserve - an idyllic position! Complete with ducted evap A/C, dbl c/pt with auto-roller doors umr & 10,000L rainwater pumped to house all on over 600m². This property is picture perfect & great value!
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Enjoy wonderful Charming character home family living main with an ensuite and walk-in robe while bedrooms two and three both have built-in robes giving you plenty of storage space. The formal lounge overlooks the front garden which provides privacy to the front of the home while for those special occasions there is a formal dining room and an open-plan kitchen plus family, meals area. The kitchen has plenty of cupboard space and has a large window overlooking the backyard so you can supervise the kids while preparing meals. A three-way bathroom is centrally located for bedrooms two, three and four and the laundry is at the rear of the home and also has easy access to the back yard. The house is in an established part of town close to schooling, the main street plus the main shopping precinct and has easy access to the Sturt Highway. Nuriootpa is located about 78km from Adelaide, and with the new Northern Expressway it is an easy daily commute to Adelaide making it possible to still work in the city while providing a fresh country lifestyle for the family. For more information or to arrange a viewing contact Elle Moreton from Barossa Real Estate on 0488 996 566. RLA1997. The price guide is $375,000 to $390,000.
YOUR family will love living in this house at 21 Kranz Street, Nuriootpa. Hopefully they will get as much use and enjoyment as the current family has over the past 27 years. As the original owners, the family have maintained the home to a high standard. Built in 1984 by quality Adelaide builders, Coppins & Lowry, the land size is very generous of about 1181 square metres giving you plenty of space for all of the family’s outdoor requirements. This house has something for every member of the family and even includes a purpose built shed for the caravan. The handyman of the house will enjoy working in the large shed that has a cement floor and power, while the gardener in the family won’t want to be inside with the gorgeous garden providing hours of enjoyment. The kids have space to have a cubby, swing set, chooks and much more. After a full-on day, the verandah is a wonderful space to chill out and relax those aching muscles and admire the day’s achievements. Neutral tones are displayed throughout the home and the floor plan is very well thought out and in keeping with today’s requirements. There are four bedrooms, the
HERE is a beautiful 1910 villa retaining all the enchanting characteristics of a bygone era. This Eudunda property (pictured) has plenty to offer for the growing family with lots of character and the potential it can offer with the two titles. There is the option either to build another home on the second title for your parents or children or sell it and make extra money or keep it as whole. The inside features are the sensitively upgraded beautiful modern six-year-old galley-style kitchen which offers open space living. The meals and family area are serviced by a dishwasher, combustion heating and reverse-cycle wall air conditioning. This magnificent house
consists of 12ft high ornate ceilings, picture rails, a formal lounge room, four large bedrooms, renovated modern bathroom with shower cubicle, bathtub, vanity and towel warmer, and the toilet is separate with hand basin. The fantastic house is situated on two large parcels of land with two titles. The house with about 1012 square metres and the adjoining block about 1150 square metres. Outside features are the rear verandah, and from there through to the enclosed and paved entertaining area with café blind, carport for three cars, stable and garden shed, established gardens. The property is well fenced with two double gate access for caravan and boat, all the above
and more on a lovely double allotment. This property is situated only a short stroll to the main street shopping, the hospital, schools, gallery, museum and hotel. Just the perfect place to escape from the noise and the hustle and bustle of the city.
At a glance... Where: 2 Michael Street, Eudunda. Price: $285,000 to $295,000. Features: Two titles. Open: By appointment. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate. RLA198199. Contact: Julie Toth on mobile 0418 853 134, work 8562 4650.
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WOULD-BE RENOVATORS - LOOK AT THIS! BRAND NEW HOME - FINISH TO YOUR STYLE VERY AFFORDABLE PROSPECT! Great starter, dble brick home, 2 brms + 3 brm duplex/sem-detached solid double Just built, convenient location, walk to shops and sunroom, lounge & family living. Needs brick home, c/port with elec r/door, sheds main street. Choose your floor coverings and TLC. Split level residential block of 805m2. 20x30 and 20x20. Lots of features. landscape to finish off this modern 3 bedroom home.
FAMILY: This Nuriootpa house is ideal for enjoyable family living and inset is the wonderful open-plan kitchen and dining areas.
9 Kapunda Street NEW
15 Coronation Avenue NEW
2 Michael Street NEW
Julie Thring Owner
28A Adelaide Road, Gawler 8523 3319
QUIET TREE LINED STREET TWO LARGE BLOCKS Dble brick 3 brm home on a 780m2 cnr block. Large Two titles, lovely upgraded 4 brm stone home on lounge, kitchen with pantry, heating & cooling. Dble 1 title 1012m2 & established garden on the other gge, estab rear garden with fruit trees & more. title 1150m2. Keep it as a whole or sell one off.
Lot 102 Belvidere Road GOOD SHEDDING – LARGE LAND 50x50 shed, suit earth moving business, mechanics or carpenters. 3 brms, 2 bthrms, brick home. All this & more on 25 acres.
Ring me for an appraisal 7 days a week on
0427 233 319
WOW SO CLOSE TO TOWN! 1930 Villa in a good condition, 3 brms, lovely upgraded kitchen, sunroom, ducted A/C, double & single garage, crn block
Stock & imp. $70,000 15 Duckpond Road
Site 58 Tanunda Tourist Park (NEW) CHEAP COMFORTABLE LIVING W.I.W.O. Freehold Business with Residence For Sale or Lease Large on site caravan & solid annexe, BEAUTIFULLY RESORTED 1910 VILLA bedroom, neat kitchen, lounge, shower 12 ft ceilings, picture rails in every room. 3-4 General Store, Takeaway & Postal Agency - 2 brms, cubicle, r/c air cond, front & rear deck, brms, 2 living areas, country kitchen, new bthrm sunroom/3rd brm, sleepout, commercial & residential kitchen, lounge, study, shed & more. 3 businesses in one! with spa, front & rear access, 1000m2 allot. g/shed. Access to pool, bbq, etc.
Call for your free market appraisal
16 Railway Parade
8562 4650 0418 853 134
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2/7 Gawler Street, Nuriootpa www.julietothrealestate.com.au
We offer weekend opens for your properties
Happy birthday to..
Riley Fox, of Lyndoch, will be two on January 12.
Elisha Weston, of Nuriootpa, was five on January 8.
Matilda Ware, of Nuriootpa, was three on December 24.
Herald birthday photographs are taken inside The Co-op’s Toyworld section, Nuriootpa, each Saturday. Parents are asked to line up from 10am.
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YOUR TRADES & SERVICES GUIDE Deadline for advertisements is 5pm Thursdays
Reed Zeunert, of the Barossa, was one on December 14.
An A5 copy of the photo is available to the parents for $5.50. To order a copy of the photo, which appears in the paper, contact the Herald office on 8563 2041
WHO’S NEW? Erik Stephen Gates, son of Shona Smithson and Aaron Gates, of Nuriootpa, was born on December 6 at Gawler Health Service, weighing 7lb 151/2oz (3600g). He is the first grandchild for Steve and Louise Smithson of Lyndoch and Marlene and Ian Gates of Nuriootpa.
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Phone Andy on 0430
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PROMPT FREE QUOTES • NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL Barossa Business Servicing SA • E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shower Surgeon We fix leaking showers!
CARTER SKIP BINS NEED A SKIP?
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SERVICING GAWLER, BAROSSA AND SURROUNDING AREAS
WillMar Maintenance TILING – FLOOR & WALL
SPECIALISING IN BATHROOM RENOVATIONS HIGH END QUALITY I LOW END PRICES
Dave Martin 0412 042 061
Dave Williams 0411 278 173
email email@example.com Licence No. BLD 170598 & BLD 58206 | ABN 98 169 608 692
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Mob: 0417 850 352 BLD 173912
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• Sheds • Patios • Carports • Workshops • Barns • Commercial • Industrial • Rural
• Domestic, Commercial & Rural Sheds • House Additions & Renovations • Home Improvements • Concrete Cut, Grind & Core • Tipper Hire & Excavation
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• Earthmoving and cartage • Road and site works • Dozers and elevating scrapers • Rubber tyred and crawler loaders • Wine Tanker • Flat Top Semis, tippers and tandems • Excavator with HD rockbreaker • Demolition work • Quarry products (building sand, loam etc) Salvage yard, secondhand building materials (Nuriootpa) Ring 0407 600 857
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Ph 8566 3778 or 0419 806 112
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Ph Mark: 0401 186 784
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ABN 20702319843 ASBESTOS LIC No 315254 BLD LIC No 189961
• Asbestos removal & collection • Demolition of anything • Asbestos consultancy
Ph: 0419 821 923
Domestic & Industrial bins 4, 6 & 9 cubic metre bins
EFTPOS & Credit facilities available
Fencing Post rail & Good Neighbour Security chainwire fencing Trench digging Stormwater & electrical Post hole boring 200, 300 & 450mm Retaining walls - concrete sleeper Light earthworks & Laser leveling 3 tonne Tip truck available Bobcat Hire available
L RUBBISH REMOVAL & CLEAN UPS L DRIVEWAYS ETC. L LANDSCAPING L SITE PREPARATIONS L QUARRY MATERIALS L TREELOPPING L LASER LEVELING
• New TV Aerial Installations • Home Theatre/Surround • Plasma & LCD wall mounting Sound Installations • Pre-wiring Houses for Pay • SMATV/MATV Systems TV, Phone Points and Future • Free Satellite TV Installation TV Points
Mob: 0407 673 233 A/H: (08) 8525 2828 PO Box 7, Freeling 5372
Jimcom Pty Ltd
Lic. Tec. ABN 746 180 50 866
Phone 8562 2629
41 Tanunda Road, Nuriootpa
• REPAIRS • CORNICE • EXTENSIONS • BATHROOM RENOVATIONS • WATER DAMAGE
Mark: 0417 810 940 • Kym: 0488 478 345 BLD197938
Nuriootpa House & Grounds Maintenance BLD 198620
• Renovations & Maintenance Work • Welding & Gates • Polesaw & • Render, Plaster & Brick Repairs Brushcutting
For Prompt Reliable Service
Ph Chris Hall 8562 8216 or 0429 029 216 BUILDERS/CARPENTRY
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• • • • • • • • •
• For the least impact on work area
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Save your back and call Traff Carter 0421 219 214
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ELECTRICAL DIVISION DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL
Windows Shower Screens
CARPORTS PERGOLAS GAZEBOS VERANDAHS DECKS CAFE BLINDS
GLASS/GLAZING = 24 Hour Emergency Service
Serving the Community for 20 years • Glass • Shower Screens • Glazing • Manufacturers of Aluminium Shopfronts • Security Doors and Screens
YOUR LOCAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR THAT TURNS UP! • • • •
Rewires Sheds Extensions Upgrades to Switchboards
• Light/Power/Fans • Safety Switches • Domestic & Light Commercial • Smoke Alarms
1A PAXTON STREET, WILLASTON SA 5118
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AGS Computer Maintenance
We offer complete computer support in the comfort of your home, or a convenient pickup and return service, with no call out fee:
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No job too small
Call your Local Jim for more than just mowing
FOR FREE QUOTES CALL RIC
CONCRETOR Barossa Valley &
131 546 www.jims.net
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FOR ALL YOUR
FOR ALL YOUR GARDEN AND HANDYMAN NEEDS
Surrounding Areas CONCRETE NEEDS EE ES FR UOT Q BLD CALL GEORGE 0427 334 617 210730
Phone Les Williams
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Trenching - Elec/Water Post Holes (200/300/450) Site Preps - sheds & tanks Retaining Walls With operator or DIY
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Call Keith 0413 733 098
Grant McDonald Mob. 0409 248 234 Fax. (08) 8523 3227
Grants Glass & Glazing
NO JOB TOO SMALL NO OBLIGATION FREE QUOTE
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“we go out on a limb for you” Tree Removal, Shaping, Pruning, Hedging & Stump Removal
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0433 103 500 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rendellplumbing.com.au
Lic: PGE 22 66 33 ABN: 53 343 366 380
f All plumbing maintenance f Gas appliance maintenance f Renovations f Hot water systems f Emergencies f Solar & heat pump f Blocked drains f Competitive rates f Servicing Lyndoch, Gawler and surrounding districts
We stock all your materials for pergolas, shadehouses & landscaping
Friendly helpful advice available ~ SPECIALISING IN TREATED PINE POSTS & TRELLISING ~
R & M TIMBER SUPPLIES Lot 9, Kelly Road,Willaston, Phone 8522 6504
MBA No. 02271
% Up to 35 DISCOUNT on Roof Restorations
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ROOFING/GUTTERING We Do...
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â€˘ Roof Restoration - Re Roofing â€˘ Gutters â€˘ Carports â€˘ Verandahs â€˘ Roller Shutters â€˘ Canvas and Shade View Awnings â€˘ PVC & Ziptrak Blinds
â€˘ Treated pine â€˘ Oregon â€˘ Pinus â€˘ Trellis â€˘ Poly Carb Sheeting
85 632 599
TIMBER SUPPLIES Our
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Mark: 0418 840 635 or Tom: 0418 829 736 Ph/fax: 8523 3263 Lic Noâ€™s: 4844/182449
Stash â€˜nâ€™ Store
SA owned & operated. All technicians fully licenced.
INDUSTRIAL â€˘ COMMERCIAL â€˘ RESIDENTIAL
All types of wall and floor tiling
GRAYâ€™S PEST CONTROL
BAROSSA VALLEY & SURROUNDING AREAS Phone: 8563 0430 or Callum: 0412 460 165
lists Bathroom Renovation Specia
Local - City - Interstate 24 HOUR SERVICE Jeremy & Kylie
0400 631 631
Tom the Tiler & Son
Quality Service Guaranteed
15 years experience
SPECIALISING IN Prior to purchase inspections Termites - Bees - Ants - Rats - Mice Possums - Spiders, etc. 50 yea combin rs Pest Co ed experie ntrol nce
Driveways Paths Patios
HOURS OF OPERATION Sunday-Thursday to Midnight Friday and Saturday till 3am
Contact Greg 8563 3631
F O R A L L YO U R N E E D S
Head Office, Pooraka (08) 8260 6266 Ask for Rino, Mobile 0407 601 116
East Tce Kapunda 8566 2302
Lic. No. BLD53282
â€˘ Restaurant and Airport Transfers â€˘ 7 seater available â€˘ 7 days
â€˘Now selling Concrete â€˘Full range of dolomite products available â€˘Including ballast for septic â€˘ Phone us for a free quote
Phone 0403 007 863 or 8563 0217 (Tanunda)
& LIGHT TAXI BAROSSA CAB SERVICE
EST. 12 YRS ~ KAPUNDAâ€™S OWN QUARRY
PAINTER & DECORATOR 25 years experience Interior â€˘ Exterior Decorative Finishes Roof Restoration Colour Consultation
QUARRIES MANTINA QUARRIES
Builders Lic No. BLD 158849
WILL PAY YOU FOR YOUR SCRAP METAL
On Site Weighbridge Brass, Copper etc weighed in full view
For all your upholstery needs
Chris Kemp ~ 0408 833640 Any Area | Free Quote | Free pick up and delivery
ALL TYPES OF BLOCKED DRAINS â€˘ Septic Tank Cleaning â€˘ Soakage Wells â€˘ Winery Waste â€˘ Electric drain cleaning equipment
All Local & Surrounding Areas
45 Leitch Road Roseworthy
PH: 8524 8785
Mon-Fri 7.30am - 4pm
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Maximise your potential audience By promoting your business through the Heraldâ€™s Dial-A-Service Serving your community section, you will be appearing in South Australiaâ€™s largest circulating since 1908. country newspaper with 21,300 weekly copies (Bunyip 9,700 Leader 7,700) Phone Roxanne on 8563 2041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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GOOD TIMES: Young people are expected to flood Gawler’s recreational hotspots these holidays. Gawler Sport & Community Centre have jumped onboard to host skating sessions each Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. There’s a stack of new skates available for hire including classic roller skates or inline blades, with sessions to include music and great skating games with fantastic lolly prizes. Enquire about booking your next skating party which can be booked during skating sessions or you can book the entire stadium. For more information, contact 8522 9203. In addition,cool off these summer holidays at the Gawler Swimming Centre. There’s the diving board, waterfall mushroom, lawned area and giant inflatable fun run. There are three heated pools including an Olympic-size main pool and shade over the majority of the pools. For more details or to enrol into lessons contact 8522 2034.
Schnitzel Night Family Meal Night *2 adults & 3 kids
Enjoy a play in the vines
THIS year the Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance with Essential Theatre celebrates 10 years of presenting Shakespeare in the Vines. The ongoing event has meant bringing quality and live Shakespeare productions to the picturesque grounds of Seppeltsfield Winery. On January 28 Much Ado About Nothing will be performed. The story After victory at war Don Pedro leads his soldiers including the dashing young Claudio and the clever wordsmith Benedick to the home of Leonato. The soldiers are greeted warmly by Leonato and his charming daughter Hero and consequently invited to stay for the month. Leonato’s witty niece, Beatrice, engages in a merry
Terms and Conditions Family Meal Deal only available Wednesday nights. Adult’s meals must be ordered off the Family Meal Deal Menu 1 meal per child. Extra kid’s meals charged at $7.50. All Meal Deals not valid with any other food promotion or offer
war of words with Benedick; both talking a mile a minute, proclaiming their scorn for love, marriage, and each other. In contrast, Claudio and Hero, upon meeting for the first time, are rendered practically speechless by their love for one another and are quickly betrothed. Everyone is convinced Benedick and Beatrice should couple, so a cunning plan to trick them into confessing their love for each other is devised. Meanwhile, the bastard brother of Don Pedro, Don John, devises a meddling plan to trick Claudio into rejecting Hero at the altar accusing her of being unfaithful. The acerbic wit and feisty intelligence of Beatrice and Benedick make them two of Shakespeare’s most irresistible characters. Among the
romance Shakespeare also delights audiences with comical mishaps of the night watchmen, Dogberry and Verges. Come along Shakespeare in the Vines will be held on Saturday, January 28. Tickets are $45 for adults and $20 for children under 18 and those under 12 are free. Strictly no bring your own alcohol or deck chairs, rugs only. Food and wine will be available from 5pm for a 6.30pm performance. Pre-entertainment will be performed by Cloudy. Tickets are limited and are available at Tanunda and Kapunda visitor centres, Seppeltsfield Winery, Whistler Wines, Barossa Valley Estate, Rolf Binder and Hentley Farm, through Craig on 8564 3443 or visit seppeltsfieldroad.com. WH1782136
MON TUE WED THU SAT SUN
Kids Eat Free Lunch & dinner
WHAT’S COMING UP WITH SHOWS
D AY T R I P S
THE NUTCRACKER ON ICE Thursday 19th July, At, the Festival Centre 1pm performance
SYDNEY & THE BLUE MOUNTAINS May 7th to May 15th (see other Greenock Charter Ad on page 4 for more details) VICTORIA’S MORNINGTON PENINSULA September 24th to October 2nd Tour Includes: Queen Victoria market, The Briars Park, Ashcombe Maze - Australia’s oldest maze and 25 Acres of internationally acclaimed garden, A Lighthouse Museum, French Island, Arthur’s Seat and a car museum, Little Penguins and the penguin parade, Phillip Island, Sorrento, Geelong, Guided tour of Fort Queenscliff, Queenscliff Maritime Museum, Eastern Beach and the Water precinct, Ford Discovery Centre, Beleura House and Garden, Catch the ferry to Queenscliff. The Garden Vineyard - This has been credited by Don Burke as one of the ten best gardens in Australia, Freedom Bay Cruise and lots of scenery along the way to everywhere we go.
FOR ENQUIRIES & BOOKINGS & ITINERARIES PHONE
Wednesday 1st February .....Mystery Trip 2 (A day with a difference but, I must say you will see some fascinating creations) Wednesday 22nd February..Cummins House & Fresh Choice Restaurant Thursday 8th March..............Mystery Trip 1 (Should be a bit cooler here, Easy trip for anyone with mobility problems) Thursday 12th April..............Mystery Trip 2 (It’s amazing what some people can do with wasteland) Tuesday 24th April................Mystery Trip 3 (We have been to this town a loooooooooooong time ago & things have changed See if you can guess the town)
OR CHECK OUT www.greenockcreekcharter.websyte.com.au # HWT Licence No. 108 195 G.C.C. ABN 43 056 104 187
85614299 Faith Lutheran School Magnolia Rd Tanunda
Up Coming events... The ‘M’ Girl – Wed, 14th March 11am
Elton John Tribute – Sat, 17th March 7pm Busting Out! – Wed, 9th May 8pm
THE ROCK SHOW With Jon English
ROSS NOBLE Nonsensory Overload
MEN IN PINK TIGHTS Les Ballet’s Elolle
Aussie Rock Icon Jon English and a cast of multi-talented young rockers take you on a wonderful journey to rediscover the music that shaped a generation. This spectacular tribute honouring 60’s & 70’s classic rock has taken the country by storm! Includes; Pink Floyd, Queen, Beatles, The Who, Janis Joplin, Joe Cocker, AC/DC and many more.
Nonsensory Overload is Noble back fresh from his travels, not to mention his own TV show, doing what he does best; spinning forth hilarious nonsense for your amusement. Now is your chance to see one of the best live comics working internationally today. Prepare your brain for a Nonsensory Overload!.
From the thrilling pirouettes of the male dancers (in male and female costumes) with brilliant choreography to the side splitting humour, ‘Men in Pink Tights’ is designed for the young and old. Featuring over fifty ballets in its repertoire and an array of the best international professional male ballet dancers from thirteen nations.
Thursday, 8th March 8.00pm Adult $48.20 Conc $43.20 Child $43.20 Group (10+) $43.20
Saturday, 31st March 8.00pm
Saturday, 21st January 8.00pm Adults $69.00 Conc $64.00 Child $59.00
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Adult $69.90 Conc $59.90 Child $44.90 Family $200 Group (10+) $59
Barossa Valley Toyota 175 Murray Street, Tanunda Phone 8563 2188
MASSIVE AURION & CAMRY CLEARANCE
2009 TOYOTA AURION AT-X
Automatic, cruise control, CD player, power steering S272-ADN
2009 AURION AT-X
3.Lt Auto, CD, A/C, Cruise Control, Power Windows. S373-ADN
2003 TOYOTA CAMRY ALTISE
Automatic, CD player, WAS $12,990 power windows, air SPECIAL conditioning WWP-424
2010 TOYOTA CAMRY HYBRID
6L/100km Econ, Reverse Camera, Reverse Parking Sensors. S358-ANB
2009 TOYOTA AURION AT-X
Automatic, power windows, CD player, cruise control S350-ADN
2009 TOYOTA CAMRY ALTISE
2.4L auto, A/C, cruise control, curtain airbags, front seat airbags, 42,000ks. S352-ADN
2007 TOYOTA AURION TOURING
Climate Control, A/C, Multi Disc CD, Front & Back Parking Sensors, Low Kms. XPT287
2010 TOYOTA CAMRY ALTISE
2007 TOYOTA CAMRY ALTISE
Auto, Cruise Control, Curtain WAS $22,990 Airbags, Blue Tooth SPECIAL Compatible Audio, CD. S990-AHA
2.4 Litre 4 Cyl, Auto, Cruise Control, Electric Windows, CD Player. XPI024
MORE HAND SELECTED USED VEHICLES 2009 TOYOTA COROLLA ASCENT
2005 HOLDEN ASTRA CDX WAGON
2009 TOYOTA HILUX SR5 DUAL CAB
2005 HOLDEN RODEO 4X4 DOUBLE CAB
2009 TOYOTA HILUX SR 4X4 DOUBLE CAB
2005 FORD BF XL UTILITY
6 spd manual, CD player, cruise control, power windows S051-ADZ
1999 TOYOTA CELICA SX
5 speed manual, power windows, CD player, electric windows XIE-702
2009 COROLLA LEVIN ZR HATCH
5 Speed Manual, CD WAS $13,990 Player, Cruise Control, SPECIAL Sunroof, Spoiler. WOF-032
Automatic, Cruise Control, Curtain Airbags, CD Player S794 ACO
2009 TOYOTA HILUX SR 2WD
Tray Top, V6 4.0L, 5 spd man, CD, A/C, only 11,800kms S138-ADZ
2004 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER
Cab chassis, 4x4 diesel, 5 speed man, air cond XDX-565
Automatic, cruise control, power windows, canopy. S508-AEX
L SO WAS $47,990
2006 COROLLA LEVIN HATCH
Auto, CD player, alloys, power windows,rear spoiler, 1 owner, low kms. XKH-518
2006 LANDCRUISER SAHARA WAGON
4.2L turbo diesel, 8 seater, CD Player, leather seats, Sat Nav. XLN-159
Barossa Valley Toyota
Tray top, 5 spd manual, cruise control, power windows S701-AGU
2002 TOYOTA AVALON VXi LIMITED
Auto, air cond, sunroof, power windows, CD. WRT-336
2009 TOYOTA KLUGER GRANDE AWD
V6 auto, pwr WAS $56,990 windows, leather trim, SPECIAL cruise, tow bar. S354-ADN
Gordon Alderslade A/H 0418 811 019
Automatic, CD player, power windows, hard cover lid S765-AAY
3Lt T/D, 5 spd man, power windows, cruise control, towbar XPE-400
2007 HOLDEN BARINA
2000 TOYOTA YARIS YR
Automatic, CD Player, Power Windows, Air Conditioning. XPJ 009
5 speed manual, CD player, electric windows, air cond S098-ABF
2007 PRADO VX TURBO DIESEL
8 seater, Leather Seats, Auto, CD Player, Electric Windows. XNC-190
Trevor Kruger A/H 0417 876 350
2007 NISSAN NAVARA STX DOUBLE CAB
Auto, power windows, WAS $35,990 CD player, roof SPECIAL racks, canopy. XHX546
Tim Kroehn A/H 0439 702 210
Nerissa Pumpa Finance & Insurance
175 Murray St, Tanunda. 8563 2188 email@example.com
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We’ve got the feeling!
WANTED TO BUY
GEORGE CARL GOGOLL arrived New Year's Day with the expert assistance of Kirsty Booms at the Tanunda Hospital. Our new little man is a brother for Henry and Ruby. He tipped the scales at 8lb. 2oz.
NEED A PUMP? For all your needs, Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, WILLASTON. Ph: 85232350
CLOCKS, WATCHES and anything small mecanical needed for recycling of any of the above mentioned. Get a FREE QUOTE/ESTIMATE to restore/repair any of the above. Please phone Ted on 85622384. Many thanks to all those who have responded to my last year's appeal.
Happy 21st Birthday Jamie Rebecca “Bestie” 10/1/12 with lots of love and Best wishes always from Mum, Michael, Alex. We are all very proud.
JAESCHKE - SCHUTZ Anne & Tony, together with Heather & Michael, are delighted to announce the engagement of Meg & Lucas on December 30th 2011. Our love and best wishes from both families. MEANEY - ROEBUCK 25th December, 2011. Geoff & Helen are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter Kimberley to Jake, son of Geoff Roebuck and Jennifer Milward. We wish them all the best for the future.
Aged 77 years. Dearly loved and loving husband of Jenny Loving father and father-in-law of Jacquie and Michael Paech and Robert and Angie Schubert Devoted grandpa of Caroline and Brian Barker, Sarah and Joshua, Nathan, Anna, Talya and Ben. At rest in the arms of his loving Lord. His Funeral Service was conducted on Tuesday January 10. Pastor David Gogoll kindly officiated.
Barossa Valley 8562 1169 Accredited Member Australian Funeral Directors Association WINTON - Rex Late of Wentworth NSW & formerly of Tanunda SA. Passed away peacefully at Wentworth Hospital on January 2, 2012, aged 86 years. Loved and loving husband of Patricia (Patsy), much loved father and father-in-law of Peter and Kerryn, Robert and Annette, David and Zdenka, Stephen and Andrea, Brian and Marina, Geoff and Lesley, Chris and Maria, and Michael. Adored grandpa of Rhiannon, Adam, Jarrod, Nathan, Tahlia, Thomas, Daniel, Benjamin, Tyler, Kasey, Travis, Molly, Meg, Sophie, Olivia, Jonah, Elijah, Jotham and Samara.
RETURN THANKS JAENSCH, Rohnda Viola I would like to sincerely thank family & friends for all the cards & personal mesages of sympathy on the loss of my wife Rhonda. Please accept this as my personal thanks. Perc www.barossaherald.com.au
TV CORNER UNIT Tall, solid wood, excellent condition. $200 ono. Ph: 0408624323
ANY SCRAP METAL Will pay cash for the removal of yours. Ph: 0412259039 ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117 ANYTHING WITH METAL Cash 4 cars, free collection. HAPPY SCRAPPY recycle it! 85630213 or 0406411117 CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694
CA $ H F O R CA R S & S C R A P M E TA L B A RO S S A T OW I N G
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FOR SALE Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988 Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm
SCHUBERT, Bevis Heinrich Passed away peacefully on January 4, 2012.
SELLING, BUYING .......? Advertise in the Herald classifieds, and get results! Giveaway ads are run for 1 week, FREE. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 5.00p.m. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday. (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041, Fax: 85633655 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All donations of furniture, clothing, bric-a-brac enable us to assist our Community BAROSSA VALLEY Country Furniture Paint Stripping Furniture Restoration Custom Made. David Bush 0419628222 CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston. CLUB LOUNGE for sale excellent condition $200 - 0439815253 DESK, flat pack from office shop. Walnut top/charcoal sides. 150cm wide x 90cm deep x 72cm high. As new $50 firm. 85633581 after 4pm or 0400612804
WRECKING Ford Falcon AU II XLS Super Cab Utility 4 Litre motor Ford Falcon AU III Sedan 4 Litre motor and auto transmission, 94,000km 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, 56,000km, most parts available Holden Commodore VS Sedan 3.8 Litre ecotech motor and auto transmission, 207,000km, most parts available Holden Commodore VZ Lumina Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, 76,000km Holden Commodore VY Sedan 3.8 Litre motor and auto transmission, most parts available Holden Commodore VE 60th Anniversary Sedan 3.6 Litre motor and auto transmission, factory alloys
GAWLER MOTOR WRECKING 3 Prescott Crescent, Gawler Belt 8522 5677 or 0416 081 109
BOATS & MARINE
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. FRIDGE Fisher & Paykel 451L, all fridge. Excellent condition $200. Freezer Westinghouse upright, older model, good condition. Give away. Ph: 85663173 GOLF CAR 2 seat buggy, excellent condition, fitted with full set of brand new deep cycle batteries. $3,750 Ph: 0450438010 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
0404 856 309 GARAGE SALES
48 GEORGE STREET Truro. Saturday January 14th. 8am - 3p.m. HAVING A GARAGE SALE? Advertise in The Herald classifieds, and get results! All Garage Sale ads MUST be prepaid. You can now place your classified ad at Kapunda Newsagency, deadline is Monday 4.30 pm. Classified deadline 5.00pm Monday (Maybe subject to change) Ph: 85632041 Fax: 85633655 or email email@example.com MOVING SALE household items, clothes, bric-a-brac, DVD's, old LP's, collectables. Make an offer. Old Bower Store, Fri 13th, Sat 14th, Sun 15th 10am - 5pm. SAT 14 JAN, 9 James St East Truro. Everything from antiques to shed things. SATURDAY 14th January. 8am start, 7 Paradale Drive, Tanunda. Tools, MIG welder, household, bric-a-brac.
DOMESTIC farm, pool and spa pump repairs. Complete workshop facilities also for electric fence energisers. New units, conversions to solar, tapes and insulators. Qualified tradesman. Ag Power Williamstown Road, Cockatoo Valley. 0408820024 ENGEL & WAECO 12/24/240 volt fridge /freezers. All models. Best prices in the State. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors 85226200
General Towing, breakdowns, caravans, boats, farm machinery 1780535
ROSS, Evelyn Mary (Bubs) Happy 90th Birthday Ma for today. Congratulations on reaching a special milestone in your life. Much love and best wishes for many more. Love Trevor, Creina, Grant, Anthea, all of your grand children and great grand children.
GRAETZ - WILSON Melanie and Steve are pleaed to announce their engagement on 16/12/11
Community Helpers Inc DONATIONS
MOTOR VEHICLES CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309 DAEWOO Musso Diesel. 4 x 4 manual, alloys, bull bar, tow bar. WTJ-095 $4,000 Ph: 0411475151 NISSAN E20 Van with LPG. UCB-502 $1,500 Ph: 0411475151 SUZUKI Liana auto, sedan, red/black trim, air bags, all electric, P/S, A/C, Radio/CD, alloy wheels, spoiler, Reg. XIW-648, 40,000 Kls. $11,990 Ph: (08) 85623636
CARAVANS, TRAILERS & SPACELINE CARAVAN Pop-top. 16' x 7'6", 2001. Reg. YDY-707 Ex. cond. inside & out, well looked after. Including roller awning plus full annexe, towing aids, reverse cycle A/C, microwave, new inner spring mattress, 3 way fridge / freezer, electric brakes. $24,000 neg. Private sale - Tanunda. Ph: 0413186217
CARAVANS FRANKLIN 6 berth 20' tandem. Island double bed, in roof R/C A/C with remote, excellent order throughout, ideal van for travelling or accommodation. $6,950 Ph: 0450438010
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Of clothing & bric-a-brac For our Tanunda Shop 119 Murray Street Phone 8563 1105 Furniture Welcome Nuriootpa Warehouse 8562 2786
PLANTS - Natives, perennials, tube stock, water wise etc. MORNING STAR NURSERY Lot 1 Cossins St., Kapunda. Ph: 85663952. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am- 5pm.
FILSELL, Richard (Dick) Best wishes to you on your 80th Birthday, 11/1/12. Love and God Bless from Val, Kym & Jo, Ryan, Jenni & Ben, Emma & Matt and your Great Grand Children. Keep Bowling.
Working for Carers Link and other charities
FOR RENT WILLASTON $290 p.w. 3 b.r. house, open plan kitchen, dining, lounge, rumpus. Gas heating / stove, ducted a/c, large landscaped backyard, double c/port. Pets neg. Available now. Ph: 85639080
AUCTION SALES AUCTION at Lot 56, Craig Street Tarlee on 28th Jan 10am. Household furniture, some antiques and sundries
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. firstname.lastname@example.org
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
LOST & FOUND
One white cat with black ears and a black tail. “Snowy” Tanunda area. Loved companion. REWARD for return.
Please call 8563 044 HEALTH & BEAUTY ACRYLIC
NAILS, makeup & spray tanning. FULL SET ACRYLIC NAILS $45 Phone Lisa 0417658188 Williamstown
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 REMEDIAL MASSAGE Trigger Point, Deep Tissue, Relaxation, Myo-fascial, Lymphatics. Health rebates. Acia Health / Physiotherapy, 1A Bilyara Road, Tanunda. Call Lynette Roesler 0409631553
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.
Part-time Taxi Drivers wanted. Flexible shifts & good working conditions. Knowledge of the Barossa preferable. Training provided. Phone Greg 0400 631 631 Barossa & Light Cab Service
Be part of a great South Australian event
Tuesday 17 January 2012 Stage 1 – Prospect to Clare Join the festivities of a free community BBQ in both Freeling and Kapunda 12.00pm to 1.30pm
CASH AUCTION At Mount Pleasant Showgrounds Tuesday 17th January-Start 9.30am Bring your unwanted goods & turn them into cash. Contact Peter 85811752 THE FUN OF THE FAIR for hire or percentage for any event. Kiddy rides, bouncers, games, thrill rides & food vans. Ph: 0408810202 or 0437810200 www.colinleightonamusements.com.au WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 2012 BAROSSA AREA A planning meeting for this year's World Day of Prayer will be held at the Tabor Church hall Tanunda on Wed Jan 18 at 7.30pm. Contact Raelene on 85632360 for more info. Everyone welcome. Mt McKenzie Hall committee is proud to present
See the cyclists: • Negotiate the bends in Freeling -12.30pm • Sprint for the line in Kapunda Main St for the Jayco #1 Sprint - 1pm • Snap a photo of your favourite rider at the “Powerade Hydration Station” Clare Road Kapunda – 1pm
CERT IV FRONTLINE MANAGEMENT
Call to discuss (08) 8562 2122
Enter the Best Decorated Bike Competition through your local library in Freeling and Kapunda
Or enter the official TDU judging of the Best Dressed House or Business competition by visiting www.tourdownunder.com.au/santos-best-dressedtown-competition.htm
Specialising in agricultural machinery Above award rates Located in Kapunda
Green and Gold plastic may be picked up from both Kapunda & Freeling Council offices
in a Country / Rock ‘n’ Roll music FUNDRAISER
For more information contact Sue Eldridge, ph: 0428947479 email: email@example.com
4th February 2012 6.00pm - 11.00pm Under the Country Night Sky $10 per person $25 per family (2 adults & 2 kids) $4 per child under 15 years of age Children under 10 free
CIVIL CELEBRANT - Angela Nielsen Ceremonies designed for you. Marriages, namings, committment and renewal of vows. Ph: 0408107940 or 85642773
All profits raised go back into our hall of the small town For more information contact: Tanya 0421 207 384 or Jean 8564 8280 The Mt McKenzie Hall is about 9km out of Angaston on the Angaston to Eden Valley Road. Turn right onto Yumbunga Road and the hall is about 50m on your left. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
CALL 0429 845 341
Shanahan Transport Pty Ltd, Require the services of a Truck Driver - preferably has MC Licence - to fill a Casual/Fulltime position operating Grain tippers and Hay cartage. Based at Freeling SA.
CHIROPRACTOR. Dr Kana Nathan 39 Murray St, Angaston. Consulting Saturdays Ph. 85642882
• Face Painting for the kids • Dance floor kindly donated by the Valley Rockers • Sausage sizzle & drinks available • Welcome to BYO food & chairs
$4000 Government Training Incenves are available for *eligible parcipants making the course cost neutral!
Decorate the towns in the Aussie colours of Green & Gold
Community BBQ’s will be situated near the Freeling Hotel Freeling and on the Council office lawns Kapunda
HEARTLAND / STEPPIN’ BACK
HOOTZ DOG GROOMING Mobile. Qualified groomer. Nuriootpa Ph: Justin 0406840020
Santos Tour Down Under
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Need Help? Contact 83463255 Meeting: Friday's - C.W.A. Building Kapunda - 8pm.
BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog clipping, heated hydrobathing, blowdrying & nails for all breeds. LARGE & SMALL by an animal lover. Ph: 0418810323
Please Phone Tom 0417 859 523
LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown
4 Days: 4/5th Feb & 18/19th Feb
For both the self healer & energy practitioner. Teaching you how to do a full Auric Healing incl. • Chakras • Meditation • Crystals • Colour • Spiritual Beings • Clearing Psychic Attack • Working with universal energies and much more.
Call Sarah on 0417 859 029
HANDS ON DOGS Providing services for your dogs. Grooming, massage, convalescence care. Call Jenny on 85232452 Gawler or 0423 474 287
for more information
MEDICAL RECEPTION TRAINING 'Become Job Ready' ph: 1300 887 082 FOR A FREE info pack or visit www.medtrain.com.au
ENTERTAINMENT FISHING CHARTERS Yorke Peninsula, from $200 p/p, ph 0417 877 016, charterfishing.com .au
COMING EVENTS 75TH ANNIVERSARY of the FORMATION OF IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CONGREGATION - TRURO Sunday 12th February, 2012 - 10.00am. Former members invited to attend. Please bring a savoury & sweet for shared lunch. Enquiries: R. Munchenberg Phone: 85640344 firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration Day for 2012 Season SUNDAY 15TH JANUARY, 2012 Nuriootpa Sports Centre Netta to Junior 1 11.00 to 12.30 Inter’s to Senior 1 12.30 – 2.00 Net-Set-Go (5 – 7 years) Can Register Name and details
New players welcome
WORK WANTED GARDEN & YARD Maintenance; General Domestic - Rubbish Removal; Small Trees Trimmed; General Tidy Up; And much more all at affordable rates Pensioner Rates from $19p/hr All Enquiries KAVERIEK ENTERPRISES Ph: 0432579347 HOME CLEANING & IRONING - $15 off first reg. service so you try us out. Ph: Carolyn or Nat till 8pm daily incl. w/ends. 0409691576
Uniform ordering available on the day. Sausage Sizzle for a gold donation
PAINTER Local experience. Quality work. Free quote. Ph: Peter 0417805982 Lic. No. BLD48086
If unable to attend Registration Day please advise the Secretary before 31st December 2011 to receive a Registration Pack. Payment and Registration completed by 13th January 2012
ROLLER shutter repairs 08 85662922
The Secretary Nuriootpa Netball Club P.O. Box 987, NURIOOTPA 5355 Email: email@example.com
PERSONAL I'll get you everytime 1902 267 123 $2.48pm pay/mobex CC: 1300 306 117
MT. PLEASANT area. Unrushed & personal 4 gents who prefer private. 0466964374 PETITE girl with beautiful smooth skin, Attractive & friendly, txt Lexi to 0400 390 440. $4.25/msg pair. Help 1300 306 250.
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Intuitive Healing Practitioner Course "To enrich everyday moments around the world.”
BERRI ESTATES WINERY MAINTENANCE FITTER & TURNER "Accolade Wines Australia showcases regional winemaking at its finest, offering premium wines from key wine growing areas around Australia”. Berri Estates is one of Australia’s largest wineries, with the ability to process in excess of 200,000 tonnes of grapes annually. We are looking for a self-motivated, enthusiastic, reliable person to work in the busy Packaging Maintenance Department at Berri Estates. This position would suit a highly motivated team person with strong communication and organizational skills. Previous experience in a production environment is desirable. This position involves maintenance and upgrading of plant and machinery, breakdown maintenance and working on preventative maintenance within the Packaging facility. This position requires some overtime and working a rotating shift roster. Trade qualifications are necessary. Experience in stainless steel welding and Pneumatics 1 & 2, along with knowledge of OH&S and Quality Systems would also be advantageous. If you have production environment experience and possess a positive attitude, a willingness to learn and the ability to work in a team environment, then you are encouraged to apply. Further enquiries or requests for a copy of the Position Description can be directed to the Packaging Manager, Ryan Hodgson on 8582 0394. Applications to be marked Confidential and addressed to: Packaging Manager, Accolade Wines PO Box 238, BERRI SA 5343 Applications close – Friday 20th January 2012 “Accolade Wines Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer” www.accolade-wines.com www.barossaherald.com.au
CIVIL PLANT OPERATOR MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE IN CIVIL EARTHWORKS OPERATING
Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 28 (5) of the Mining Act 1971, that the Minister for Mineral Resources and Energy proposes to grant an Exploration Licence over the undermentioned area.
• Modern equipment: • Backhoe, Loader & Excavator • HR Licence would be an advantage • White Card and Workzone Traffic cards an advantage • Immediate start • Excellent working conditions
Immediate start - above award wages and conditions. For further information contact David Slade on 8563 0550
Papillo Earthmovers P/L PO Box 200 Smithfield SA 5114 Fax: No: 08 8284 2535 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Current HC licence (MC an advantage) • Good truck skills • Ability to work in a team environment • Knowledge of earthmoving machinery
CAKE DECORATOR / SHOP ASSISTANT
YOUR LOCAL COMPLETE WINDOW FASHION SPECIALISTS
1 Year Fixed Term Contract We currently have an opportunity for a dynamic individual to join our Corporate and Community Services Team. The primary responsibility of this role is to assist with the development and administration of robust contracts, leases and licences. You will also support the administration of Council’s governance, risk management, community land & property management as well as insurance and general administration functions as required. To be successful within this role you will require; • Qualifications or experience that demonstrate the ability to undertake the position • Broad knowledge of legal and administrative requirements for the effective development and management of contracts, leases and licences • Strong negotiation and verbal communication skills • Accurate and clear written communication skills • Sound ICT and records management skills • Sound problem solving, project management and time management skills • Ability to assimilate and use varied information, make recommendations to senior managers and manage multiple tasks
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 email@example.com, by Monday 23rd January 2012.
AW N I N G S
Applications Close 25/1/2012
DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT Pursuant to Section 38 (5) of the Development Act, 1993 Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with the Council for a development assessment.
• Hinged & Sliding Security Doors • Security Window Screens • Safe-S-Cape Keyless Fire Exits • Patio Enclosures • Commercial Security Screening • Cyclone Screening • Tamper Resistant Fasteners
Vertical screening ideal for outdoor restaurants, patios, verandahs, corporate signage. For sun and UV protection choose the fabric that suitsyour needs from hi-tech solar fabrics from France - PVC tinted or clear, blackout fabrics or stylish acrylic. The Ziptrak guide system has no ropes, no zips, no straps, no buckles.
Barossa Window Fashions
MACHINE HARVESTER OPERATORS/OBSERVERS
1800 447 499 Box 46, Tanunda SA 5352 www.barossawindowfashions.com.au
The Terraces Vineyard Management operates a fleet of 7 Gregoire grape harvesters. In Vintage 2012 TTVM will be operating 4 self - propelled harvesters in the Barossa Valley and as such require harvester operators and observers. The positions are casual beginning in early to mid February through until late April/early May. The opportunity exists for ongoing full-time employment thereafter. The opportunity also exists to travel to other regions including the Adelaide Hills & South East of SA. Applicants experienced with machine grape harvesters will be preferred, however, experienced operators of other farm machinery will also be considered. We offer generous remuneration packages and the opportunity to work in a progressive organisation with similarly motivated and skilled staff. Applications to: The General Manager The Terraces Vineyard Management PO Box 314, SUMMERTOWN SA 5141 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Linophir Supply Chain Management Pty Ltd
LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL
We e Aust xceed standralian ards 1782186
Resumes to: Reftec Refrigeration Pty Ltd email@example.com P.O. Box 158 Tanunda SA 5352 Or phone 8563 2855 for application form.
Details of the appplication are as follows:-
Welcome SCASE AUTOMOTIVES to 3 Grey St, Kapunda in the NEW YEAR - mechanical repairs - crash repairs Phone 8566 2435
DEVELOPMENT NO. 313/251/2011 APPLICANT S W Jungfer ADDRESS Lot 73 Cliff Road ROSEWORTHY SA 5371 NATURE OF THE Parking of a heavy vehicle DEVELOPMENT and trailer in excess of 3000 kilograms (Non complying) SUBJECT OF LAND Cliff Road ROSEWORTHY, Lot 73 DP 63534, Hd Mudia Wirra CERTIFICATE OF Volume 5908 Folio 30 TITLE The application may be examined at the Offices of the Council located at 93 Main Street, Kapunda and 12 Hanson Street, Freeling, during normal business hours and any person or body affected may make relevant representations in writing concerning this application to reach the General Manager Development and Regulatory Services at PO Box 72, Kapunda SA 5373 not later than 5.00pm on Wednesday, 25 January 2012. Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission. Please note that, pursuant to Section 38 (8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the applicant for a written response. Lisa Sapio AUTHORISED OFFICER DATE: 11 January 2012 THIS IS THE FIRST AND ONLY PULICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
Best wishes to Jason & Scott 1782083
AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATIONS Reftec are seeking a hardworking, enthusiastic trainee to join our Installation Division. Enjoy an excellent variety of work in the Barossa Valley. Applicants must be self-motivated, have excellent communication skills, be able to work in a team environment & hold a current drivers licence.
The Barossa – committed to excellence in Local Government
The Barossa Council is committed to EEO principles, workplace diversity and professional development.
Phone 8563 2041 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The applicant’s address for service is:
The application and certain documents and material (including plans) relevant to the application may be inspected without fee at a place and during a period specified by the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner, Chesser House, Level 3, 91-97 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000. Ph: 08 8226 8655 Fax: 8226 8512 Email: email@example.com
Stand out from the crowd!
The application has been set down for hearing on 30/01/2012 at 10:00 am. Any person may object to the application by lodging a notice of objection in the prescribed form with the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner (and serving a copy of the notice on the applicant) at least 7 days before the hearing date (VIZ 23/01/2012). C/- Norman Waterhouse Lawyers, Attention: Tom Walrut, GPO Box 639, Adelaide SA 5001.
Applicable to display: Positions Vacant, Coming Events, Public Notices and other boxed classifieds.
for a interview
0438 630 075
Looking for a self-motivated, energetic person that must be able to work, unsupervised, handle pressure, able to adapt quickly and work in a team environment.
J. Martin Mining Registrar
When you place a display classified ad you can have a full colour logo or key parts of the text for only $55 on top of the price of the ad.
Papillo Earthmovers Pty Ltd PO Box 200 Smithfield SA 5114 Facsimile: 08 8284 2535 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plan and co-ordinates can be found on the PIRSA website: http://www.pir.sa.gov.au/minerals/public_notices or by phoning Mineral Tenements on 08 8463 3103.
Experience in float work, side tippers, semi tippers and truck & dog preferred.
Pirie Resources Pty Ltd Eudunda area – approx 90 km northeast of Adelaide Two years 176 2010/00388
Term: Area in km2: Ref:
Applications and resumes forwarded to
Linophir Supply Chain Management Pty Ltd has applied to the Licensing Authority for a transfer of a Producers Licence in respect of the premises situated at Lot 102 Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch SA 5351 and known as Ross Estate Wines.
Tanunda Foodland require two qualified butchers Full Time and Casual.
LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997 NOTICE OF APPLICATION
Mining Act 1971
BIG Thankyou to all our customers
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SHOWCASING OUR LOCAL HEROES
Starplex swimming roundup STARPLEX Swim Club came away with 10 gold, 11 silver, 11 bronze individual medals and 139 personal best times from the 2012 SA State 18 and under long course championships. The championships were held at the SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre from January 3-6. The Starplex team of 23 swimmers competed in 164 events and qualified for 96 finals. Swimmers competing were: • James McKechnie (6 gold,2 silver,2 bronze) •Makayla Ailmore (2 gold,3 bronze) • Ben Jackson (1 gold,1 silver) • Tyler Zecchini (1 gold,1 silver) • Connie Jackson (4 silver) • Kate Edwards (2 silver, 2 bronze) • Gavin Wall (1 silver) •Jordan Grimes(3 bronze) •Sam Branson (1 bronze) • Kya Grech • Luke Sugrue •Matthew Edwards • Shaun Hahn •Yoharna Rachwal •Jarryd Zilm • Bethany Gyzen •Lucinda Schmidt •Brodie Duell • Cameron Poppelwell •Kendra Pring •Lachlan Herraman • Daniel Pring • Katelyn Weller •Tyson Herraman •Jordan Zilm •Lucas Munro, Thomas Sherratt, William Branson, Bradley Grimes, Shay Middlemiss, Esther Barker, Jessica Hahn, Hayden Melnik and Ellen Wall joined the forementioned swimmers to represent Starplex Swim Club in the relays. An extra seven medals were won. Gold: male 16 and under 4x100m medley (Ben, James, Luke and Gavin). Three Silver: male 16 and under 4x50m medley (Ben, James, Luke and Jordan Grimes); female 18 and under 4x50m freestyle and 4x100m medley (Kya, Kate, Shay and Makayla). Three Bronze: female 18 and under 4x100m freestyle (Kate, Kya, Lucinda and Makayla); male 16 and under 4x50m freestyle (Ben, Cameron, Luke and James) and 4x100m freestyle (Ben, Gavin, Luke and James). Starplex continued the awards with volunteer officials Mark Branson and Ynez Grimes named male and female officials of the meet. Starplex head coach Steve Garner said, “It was an outstanding effort by all swimmers.” Steve commenced coaching at Starplex three weeks ago and was encouraged by the teamwork, performance and results displayed by all competitors. Coaches will be turning their attention to the 2012 state open long course championships later this month for which nine swimmers have qualified; James McKechnie, Ben Jackson, Gavin Wall, Makayla Ailmore, Kate Edwards, Kya Grech, Luke Sugrue, Shay Middlemiss and Tyler Zecchini.
BAROSSA 8-BALL As of January 4. Team P W L Th Crownies 4 4 0 Breakers 4 3 1 Ev Vipers 4 2 2 Big Balls 4 1 3 Wreakers 4 1 3 Springton 4 1 3 Results: Crownies d Wreakers 10-5; Vipers d Springton 11-4.
F AG % Pts 39 21 65 8 40 20 66 6 29 31 48 4 29 31 48 2 24 36 40 2 19 41 31 2 9-6; Big Balls d Breakers
PETANQUE Gawler Petanque Club results. Sunday, January 8. Game One: John Gejas / Glenis Head d Iris Stephenson / Alan Collinson 13-3; Luke Randall (junior) / Margaret Randall d Stan Wilson / Lilian Elles 13-6. Game Two: Luke Randall (junior) / Alan Collinson d Stan Wilson / Margaret Randall 13-3; Lilian Elles / Iris Stephenson d John Gejas / Glenis Head 13-7. The last game was a really interesting game as it goes to show that age is no barrier. Lilian and Iris are both over 90-years-old and played against John and Glenis who have both played in the state sides. Congratulations Lilian and Iris on a great win. Gawler Petanque Club usually meets at 1.30pm on Sundays at Essex Park,Victoria Terrace, Gawler (next to tennis courts), unless the forecast temperature on the preceding Friday evening is for 35°C or above. The first Sunday of each month games are played at Chateau Dorrien, Tanunda. Everyone, from eight years upwards, is welcome to email@example.com
GOLF KAPUNDA Welcome back to the golf for 2012. I trust everyone had an enjoyable and safe Chrissie and New Year. Last Saturday was the first Monthly Medal for the year and it was an interesting day weatherwise at Kidman Links. About half the field of 46 teed off early with the threat of thunderstorms later in the day. As it turned out the wind got up in the morning, the thunderstorms hit right when the pm players were about to hit off then abated to a perfect afternoon for golf. Despite what they may tell you, once again the arvo players got the better of the conditions and the scores reflected that. There were several pretty good scores given the conditions with three players carding nett 69s. The unluckiest was John Sheppard (am starter) who not only lost the countback for the monthly medal but was also pipped for the A grade win. New pres Craig Sutherland scooped the pool with his 83/69 just beating Ian ‘Poppa’ Watson who showed he still has it with 81/69 and a win in the A grade. Daniel Arch must have had the putter working with 80/71 and Joe Ryan, Mick Fiddes, Roger Mottau and Mick Watson all had nett 73s. Despite Mick not playing much over the past couple of months he still managed a 75 off the stick. The B grade was cleaned up by Shane Fiddes also with a respectable 87/73. Not sure what happened to the other B graders as none featured in the ball run down. Mrs Murray’s son Harv snuck home in the C grade with 92/71, just the one shot ahead of Peter Hill and Keith Alexander with nett 72. Graeme Smith continued his good pre-Xmas form with 73. A half dozen fillies ventured out and Inge Smith was the best of them with a very good 99/72. I can’t remember when I last played in a group where the other three players amassed a total of 10 penalty shots between them. I will let you ask Theo, Bob and Al who they all belonged to. I would imagine the “snake tin” will need a clean out after last week’s round judging by the number of 30-
come along and enjoy a game of petanque. The first three visits are free. Experience is not necessary, boules and training are available. For more information contact Margaret Randall on 8563 1323 or 0427 631 323.
BOWLS Robertstown bowls. Division One v Mintaro (1.30pm start): J Stacey, R Coe, L Booth, B Friebel; G Rooke, Joanne Kotz, N Nicholson, M Colbey; N Eberhard, A Kotz, R Kotz, G Kotz. Bar: Jo Kotz. Hostess: C Ruediger. Duty rink: G Kotz. Team manager: B Friebel. Division Two v Watervale (2pm start): R Wilksch, M Launer, C Heinrich, D Niemz; T Rule, R Schutz, A Cox, M Lehmann; L Cox, R Dunsdon, A Menzel, D Ruediger. Cars leave at 12.30pm. Drivers: A Cox, C Heinrich, A Menzel. Team manager: A Menzel. Results: Division One: Robertstown 64 V Saddleworth 70. B Friebel 20 - N Crouchan 22; M Colbey 16 - A Peters 26; G Kotz 28 - D Hodge 22. Division Two: Robertstown 60 v Spalding 40. D Niemz 27 - K Rowley 12; D Ruediger 9 - G Goodridge 17; M Lehmann 24 - P Gill 11.
plus putts up on the board. Don’t forget twilight golf is on again tonight (Wednesday) and good fields are anticipated once again. Even if the golf is average you will be well fed by gourmet barbecue king Tony Stevens. This week we are back to a par comp for the Tim Ellbourn Engineering trophy. If you need a trailer or any other manufacturing done Tim is the man to see. GAWLER Wednesday - Ladies, 4/1; Marion Bow and Nikki Stuart both had 39 pts and couldn’t be separated on a fifth countback so a tie was awarded. Kaye Korber was next best with 37pts while Glo Potter birdied the 4th. Thursday, 5/1: You do not even have to be in the presence of the golf club to know that Clifford Commins managed some late chip-ins to fasten a win on a countback from C Gill and R Morris. In case you haven’t heard, this is Clifford’s first of his regular two wins in a year - getting it out of the way early. Ball winners; J Peel, J Williams, M Cogan, K Morse, G Donaldson, K Smith, I Cameron, G Gray, T Byrnes, G Barber, D Butler. NTPS: Elders 4th; P Robinson, Spencer Flooring 6th, J Agar, Elders 11th; M Richards. Birdie balls; G Barber, R Polito, R Hartwell, B Pipe, W J Martin, H Brown, S Jeffery, J Agar, G James. Eagles: G Barber (9th). Mid Week end, 6/1; Another goodsized midweek competition for those lucky enough to still have a few days off. Ben Verhoef managed to win the stableford competition with 43 points, runner up was in-form Brett Santini with 40pts. Ball winners; C Swinstead, I Chaplin, W J Martin, D Honen. Birdies: S Francas, J Weeks, W J Martin, J Viergever. Eagles: C Swinstead (5th). Saturday, 7/1; Some more great weather for the Saturday competition - the morning players copped the best of the wind. Richard Hall managed to win the Monthly Medal competition with a fantastic nett 68, on a countback from Craig Morrison. A grade; C Morrison 68; S Daly 70; B Verhoef 71. B grade; R Hall 68; T O’Boyle 70; C Decelis 71. C grade; K Murdey 72; J Reaney
72; R Flett 74. Ladies; D Agar 74; G Potter 74. NTPS and Long Drives - Uleybury Wines 2nd, B Pipe; St Kilda Hotel 3rd long drive, D Nguyen; Giannitto Hotel Group 4th, H Smits; Kingsford Hotel 6th, P Dowling; Roseworthy Hotel 3rd shot 9th, G Potter; Fasta Pasta long drive 10th, I Laurence; High Beam Car/ Dog wash 11th, P Baker; Bushmans Hotel 14th, D Stewart; Willaston Hotel 16th, R Clarke. Ball winners; B Pipe, P Poysden, D Harte, K McLean, B Marsh, D Wilson, K Dredge, C Lowe, D Stewart, G Long, R Clarke. Birdie balls; D Shepherdson, R Tavener, S Jeffery, M Cogan, C Bartholomew, P Dowling, B Richardson, B Verhoef, H Smits, D Stewart, K Dredge. Sunday, 8/1; Another windy and quiet Sunday saw Dave Brook take the winning position with a stableford score of 39pts, followed closely by Gavin Page with 38pts. NTPs: 4th: G Barber; 6th: H Smits. Ball winners: D Stewart. Birdies: D Stewart, R McNamara. BAROSSA Blue Course stroke competition. A grade T Slavin 66, r/u G Hunter 70; B grade D Batterbury 69, r/u P Twelftree 70; C grade S Blackmore 67, r/u R Kerrison 69. A grade (43 players): Z Fuller 71, T Turnbull 71, L Collins, A Strawbridge, N Ward all 72, R Perry, M Pix, D Jaensch all 73. B grade (35 players): P Graetz, K Farley, R Harcourt, M Wilson all 71, B Beattie 73, S Richards 73. C grade (22 players): P Butler 72, G Johnson 72, R Kernick 73, A Smith 73. Ladies competition winner S Turnbull 71. B Baird 71, J Lythgoe 72, S Siviour 72. NTP 3rd T Slavin; 4th second shot A Berndt; 6th D Oats; 12th Z Fuller; 10th second shot P Butler; 17th P Alderson. Long drives: A grade D Jaensch; B grade S Miller; C grade R Kerrison. Putting competition: D Batterbury 24 putts. Ladies novelty: S Turnbull putting 29. Midweek White Course stableford competition. A grade N Ward 41; B grade A Prior 38; C grade T Woolley 37. A grade (28 players): T Turnbull 41, M O’Brien 41, J Mosey 40, T
Cowgill 39, R Higgins 39. B grade (23 players): M Newcombe 37, D Quodling 36, R Staehr 36, P Frazer 35. C grade (14 players): R Hampel 35, S Blackmore 34, G Burgess 34. NTP 6th L Collins; 15th T Cowgill. 4BBB: M Newcombe, T Woolley 48. TANUNDA Saturday stroke competition winner R Newstead 61. A grade P Stacey 67, r/u M Campbell 73; B grade B Rowney 68, r/u R Homburg 73; C grade N Harris 68 c/b, r/u G Lamshed 68; Ladies R Newstead 61, r/u P Rowney 77. Long drives: A grade B Grocke; B grade P Jeffries; C grade T Yap; Ladies J Jeffries. NTP 6th B Hage (Peter Lehmann); 8th A Ayres (TPGB); 11th B Hage (Langmeil); 16th B Rowney (Rusden); 7th hole 2nd shot G Kruger (Kalleske). Rundown: T Yap 70, R Haynes 71, I Hongell 71, S Berry 72, D Tuk 72, T George, B Chipman, P Jeffries all 73. Sunday Pro Shop stableford competition: B Burns 42. Men’s Midweek stableford competition: P Denley 37, I Hongell 36, J Blechynden 35, D Cock, B Eckermann, R Haynes all 33 c/b, W Fechner 33. NTP W Fechner. Ladies Midweek par competition: D Reichelt 3, J Jeffries 1. NTP: F Blackwell. LD: L Montfort. Thursday Twilight stableford, 9 holes. Name Pts Score R Humphris 10 21 B Shorter 7 19 c/b J Hongell 5 19 c/b D Reichelt 4 19 MT PLEASANT Saturday stroke - Roesler Cup competition: R Elliot 66, T Lehmann 67, I Wannan 69, D McQueen 70, B Kneebone 70, E Bishop, P Turvey, J James all 72, R Hargraves 73. NTP 4th P Turvey; 12th R Hargraves; 18th B Kneebone. Midweek stableford competition: A grade - J Zerk 40, I Wannan 36, R Elliott 35, S McNeil 34; B grade - B Kneebone 36, P Boucher 36, C Noble 34. Ladies stableford competition: N Horsnell 40, C Zerk 32, R Vincent 32.
Coaches appointed By GRAHAM FISCHER SENIOR One netball coaches for the 2012 Barossa, Light and Gawler Netball Association have been finalised. Nuriootpa has appointed Robyn March as senior one coach and former senior one player and coach Sarah Smith to head senior two. At Freeling, it is a case of ‘back to the future’ with highlyrespected Lynette Carmichael taking charge. Kapunda has chosen Paul McGrath top take over from Lee Anne Cummins who has taken the senior role with city club Health and Life Phoenix. The appointments follow the announcement last year of club senior two coach Maria Fraser taking the senior one role at Tanunda with the unavailability of Janelle Steinberner through work. Alli Prior, head of the coaching selection panel at Nuriootpa, said the club was delighted to have Robyn and Sarah as their two main senior coaches. “Robyn was an assistant at state league reserves level with Cougars when they won premierships as well as coaching at Adelaide Metro level and Sarah is a great club person who is happy to take the 2s,” Alli said. “Our club registration day is Sunday, January 15 from 11am2pm.”
BUILDING: From left, Freeling’s Toni Oliver, club president Lisa Eichner and senior one coach Lynette Carmichael. Freeling last year established a Development committee to help build the club into the future. Toni Oliver, who was on that committee, said it had been decided that club stalwart Lynette Carmichael was the right person to lead the club’s playing list. Previously having coached in the early 90s and again for one year in 2004, Lynette is keen to develop the young talent. “I’m excited about the season,”
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Lynette said. “We had trials in November and pre-season training for the our group starts at the end of month.” Paul McGrath, who has been an umpire in the association recently, put his hand up to take over at Kapunda. Club president Sarah Johnson said Paul would not be the first male to be in charge of the senior one team at the club. “Tony Truscott coached the club to a premiership in the late 1990s,” Sarah said. www.barossaherald.com.au
SHOWCASING OUR LOCAL HEROES
Further frustration Barossa and Light cricket By MIKE TEAKLE
BROKEN: Gawler Rangers’ Glen Holland breaks his bat while batting in the Division Seven game against Port Adelaide.
By ROBERT LAIDLAW GAWLER Rangers continued to add further frustration to its season when it lost 5-6 to Goodwood Indians in division three baseball last Saturday. Although playing competitive baseball through most of the season, the Rangers have continually shown they lack that ‘killer’ instinct. And in spite of a fortnight’s break for Christmas, failed to change the status quo in their first game of the new year. The start was promising, when the first three players garnered hits in the top of the first inning, after singles to Dylan Winning and Andre Benjamin, and a long triple by Sam Murphy for three runs. While Goodwood answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of the first, Gawler responded with another two runs in the top of the second frame, thanks to James Parker’s double and two errors. With two bad errors the Rangers gifted Goodwood three runs in the bottom of the second inning for a score of 5-5, with a cricket score looming.
But then the feast became a famine. Both sides’ scoring opportunities dried up, as both teams only managed one hit each the rest of the way. Murphy came on to pitch for Gawler in the third frame and struck the side out, then pitched shut-out ball until the sixth and final inning, when two errors and a hit gifted the Indians with the winning run. This week the Rangers travel to Lockleys for a game against West Torrens. Trailing 4-9, the Rangers B grade team scored five last inning runs to snatch a 9-9 draw with Adelaide in division five baseball. The highlight of Gawler’s late rush was Wayne Jenkins long two-run triple, in a game where all players contributed. Gawler’s division seven side fought hard but lost 8-15 to Port Adelaide, a five-run fourth inning the highlight, with three consecutive hits from Trevor Norley, Thomas Norley and Ben Mayfield driving the push. Paul Casson and Steve Nemeth also collected hits.
SCATTERED rain played havoc with local cricket on the weekend with some games being washed out when on the verge of an exciting finish. South Gawler pulled off a nail-biting one run win over Nuriootpa thanks to an overthrow on the final ball of the match which was interupted by rain but the home side got the covers on quickly, allowing for a result. Sandy Creek (8/173) looked set to turn their disappointing season around when they had Gilbert Valley on the ropes (6/145 after 36 overs) before a downpour ended their hopes. Michael Burden was the standout performer with 71 runs for the Cockatoos before taking 3/23 from his seven overs. The game between Angaston (187) and Kapunda, 5/144 after 32.3 overs, could have gone either way before the rain came. Both sides featured half centuries to openers with Kapunda’s Sam Ryan making 52 and Angaston’s Ben Burgess 55. Gawler Central (4/171) easily accounted for Tanunda (77). A reshuffle of the batting order saw Andrew Frackowski drop from opening to number six where he managed just one run but his replcement fared worse with both Tigers openers dismissed without scoring. Fortunately for Cental Aaron King (92) and Jamie McCafferty (47) steadied the ship to build a respectable score. Frackowski redeemed himself by cleaning up the Magpies tail with 3/6 from 2.4 overs. In the A2s, Sandy Creek’s Lee Ratcliffe led the way with 108 not out. He was well supported by Simon Koch 52 not out as the pushed Sandy to 4/226 in their win againstagainst Greenock (82). Angaston tallied 5/214 against Light Pass (7/129) thanks to Daniel Rathjen, 54, and Michael Pech, 75, while Steven Gallasch, 51 not out, couldn’t lift his Light Pass outfit. Nuriootpa’s Jarrod Tregenza collected 52 runs and Jarrod Schiller 70 as the Tigers reached 7/187 beforeholding South Gawler to 9/103. A1 Sandy Creek 8/173 (M G Burden 71, G Werner 30, M Birchmore 25, J Connell 2/16, A McCabe 2/33) drew with Gilbert Valley 6/145 (M Hosking 41*, M G Burden 3/23, C Roberts 2/27). Kapunda 5/144 (S Ryan 52, M Johnson 35, R Johnson 32) drew with Angaston 187 (B S Burgess 55, N Pech 37, B A Byster 32, M Ryan 3/20, S Ryan 3/32). Nuriootpa 8/184 (M George 61, D S Doecke 38, L A Steinborner 30, D J Golder 2/14, T Impett 2/21, S M Lay 2/48) def by SouthGawler 9/185 (T Impett 40, R T Barker 33, D J Golder 31, D S Doecke 3/42, A Prior 2/34). Tanunda 77 (M Hartigan 34*, A M Frackowski 3/6, C Bilney 3/11) def by Gawler Central 4/171 (A J King 92, J McCafferty 47, G Clarridge 2/31). A1 Reserves Light Pass 8/183 (R Mattner 60, S Hill 43, B W Montgomery 4/16, A Papas 2/54) def
SQUARE CUT: Angaston’s Kym Vivian hitting out against Kapunda in the A1 clash which finished in a draw. Freeling 81 (A Nash 4/21, C Todd 4/26). Truro 9/173 (T Eggleton 63, J Deren 40, S Collins 3/18) def Greenock 158 (G Stevens 42, J O’Callaghan 3/20, B Fairey 3/46, T Eggleton 2/15, Z Giles 2/24). Lyndoch 6/136(dec) (M J Robinson 57*, D Urry 3/39) def Eudunda-Robertstown 8/130 (D Cluse 33, B R Tanti 2/20, S Wynne 2/27). A2 Angaston 5/214 (M Pech 75, D Rathjen 54, B Brook 35, J Braunack 2/49) drew with Light Pass 7/129 (S Gallasch 51*, S J Doecke 3/25, A Murphy 2/20). Greenock 82 (D Schilling 39*, G L Davis 5/20, M Darlington 2/20) def by Sandy Creek 4/226 (L J Ratcliffe 108*, S T Koch 52*, J Koch 2/39). Gawler Central 8/183 (C L Chester 40, A K Ness 36, B Skuse 26, S D Swan 3/42, P Mernagh 2/36) drew with Tanunda 2/144 (P Mernagh 74*, L Boschen 27*). South Gawler 9/103 (J Nas 27, J Schmidt 5/21, K Siegele 2/31) drew with Nuriootpa 7/287 (J Schiller 70*, J Tregenza 52, J Gerhardy 40, M Milne 33, G B Swyghuizen 26, J Mackereth 2/50, L McCracken 2/51). A3 Gawler Central 8/127 (L Hughes 42, R Muirhead 3/24, L G Bennie 2/21, M P Cotton 2/29) def by Sandy Creek Green 7/192(dec) (B Nottle 53, L G Bennie 45, R Thomas 26, L G Kemp 2/19, B Hughes 2/45). Freeling 6/99 (B Ryan 36, J Wright 29, K Jarman 3/22) drew with Kapunda 6/159 (J Zanandrea 36, T Sires 30, M M Good 29, J Hirst 2/26, J Brennan 2/38). Tanunda 123 (B J Marshall 45, J Lewis 3/26, G Smith 2/5, R Giles 2/14) def Truro 38 (S Dswonitzky 3/2, J Ellis 3/17, R Bignell 2/1). Sandy Creek Yellow 7/163 (N Reidman
64, A J Wallwork 51, M Horsburgh 28*) def by Gilbert Valley 160 (M J Coldman 4/29, R Reidman 2/20). Nuriootpa 149 (A Linden 47, R Schultz 30, T Dickson 3/28, A Daken 2/8, S Matz 2/20) def by Lyndoch 162 (S Scally 63, R J Heinze 3/10, A Linden 2/15, R Schultz 2/30). A4 Lyndoch 100 (J Charnstrom 4/15, J Cufone 3/12, B E Work 2/15) def by Mallala 139 (W S Rudd 39, A Fischer 30*, S Green 2/14, D Boyle 2/16, D Marshall 2/19, J C Schloithe 2/22). Freeling def Tanunda. Kapunda 7/158 (W Van Dissel 59*, D Georgi 43, C Ryan 33, R Moore 2/16, D James 2/21) def by Nuriootpa 5/216 (B Giles 68*, D James 64, A Norton 41, R Dippl 2/35). Greenock 5/150 (G Nitschke 46, M Obst 31, K Fuller 26*, C Done 2/20) def Gawler Central 9/141 (T Heinze 29, J Urquhart 25, G Nitschke 2/14, M Obst 2/17). Under 16 Freeling had a bye. Gawler Central Black 8/138 (J Grindlay 43, D Judd Smith 2/12) def by South Gawler 1/166 (T Panagiotou 81*, B Bain 61*). Kapunda 9/193 (M M Good 52, W Van Dissel 34, J Brown 28, J Robertson 3/14, S Byrne 2/30, M Werner 2/31, T Bishop 2/35) def Greenock 5/70 (J Brown 2/10). Mallala/Lyndoch 58 (A J Dutschke 2/2, L Jones 2/2, J Wheeler 2/7) def by Angaston 3/82. Sandy Creek Gold 4/106 (B Dew 36, C Robinson 28) def Gawler Central Gold 39 (C Robinson 4/5, R Hage 2/6). Nuriootpa/Light Pass 6/118 (K Nitschke 33, K Smith 2/9, N Schlein 2/11) def Sandy Creek Green 6/70 (R Schultz 2/4, D Moore 2/8, D Douglas 2/13).
Gawler Rangers 3 2 0 0 0 0 -5 Goodwood 2 3 0 0 0 1 -6 Hits: Sam Murphy 2, Andre Benjamin, Dylan Winning, James Parker.
BankSA Under 14 Country Cup
Round One Tuesday, January 3. Mid North 2/124 (Pratt 52*, Mutch 1/4) d Barrier 89 (Mutch 36, Moller 3/12). Barossa and Light 7/101 (Lange 22, Fulton 2/9) d Eyre Peninsula (Woods 18*, Antonie 2/1). South East 8/209 (Allen 140*, Tillbrook 3/23) d Yorke Peninsula 82 (Johnson 29, Allen 5/7). Upper North 4/103 (McInerny 53, Lean 2/12) d Murray Districts (Jackson 32, Pengelley 4/26). Fleurieu South 7/119 (Florence 45*, Schellen 3/21) d Fleurieu North 9/59 (McKay 18, Fox 4/14)
Gawler Rangers 0 2 2 0 5 -9 Adelaide Angels 6 0 3 0 0 -9 Hits: Jimmy Hope 2, Liam Holland, Darren Unger, Steve Allen, James Sheekey, Wayne Jenkins, Paul Skelton, Adam Soar.
Next games: Saturday - Division Three v West Torrens away, 3pm; Division Five v West Torrens at home, 3pm; Division Seven v GGCD Dodgers away, 12.30pm. Sunday (January 22) - Under 14 A v East Torrens at home, 3pm; Under 14 B v Henley & Grange at home, 12.30pm; LL Majors v Redsox at home, 10am; LL Minors v Henley & Grange at home, 10am.
Australian championship Results from the Australian Country Cricket Championships being played in Geelong, Victoria.
Round One: SA Country 246 (K J Ashby 93, T H Burge 67) and 1/71 (K J Ashby 50*) def Vic Country 212 (B Brown 3/38, R Bock 3/40, B Stephenson 2/54). Round Two: SA Country 7/370 (B Smith 106, T H Burge 83, B Wall 51*, T Heinrich 48, K J Ashby 47) def East Asia Pacific 211 (A J Frick 4/58, K J Ashby 2/25). www.barossaherald.com.au
Round Three: SA Country 75 def by Qld Country 6/190 (A C Hume 3/34). Round Four: SA Country 108 (J Garrett 34, C R Knight 31) def by NSW Country 6/124 (K J Ashby 3/20, R Bock 2/15). Round Five: SA Country 9/278 (B Smith 75, T Heinrich 38, J Garrett 35, T H Burge 29, C R Knight 28) drew with NT Country 7/311 (K J Ashby 3/62, B Stephenson 3/85).
Round Two Wednesday, January 4. Yorke Peninsula 117 (Harris 47, Lehmann 3/30) d Murray Districts 110 (Jackson 30, Hann 2/6). Eyre Peninsula 9/131 (Gerloff 25, McEachern 3/30) d Fleurieu North 79 (Liersch 31, Fulton 5/17). Fleurieu South 7/214 (Haynes 46, Whitbourne 44, Mitchell 2/14) d Barrier 43 (Salt 4/10, Fox 2/5). Barossa and Light 6/203 (Lange 53, Kurbatfinski 2/2) d Upper North 8/159 (Pengelley 90*, Brown 2/11).
South East 8/213 (Page Jnr 123, Wohling 3/24) d Mid North 51 (Capewell 3/8, Hosking 3/13). Round Three Thursday, January 5. Mid North 7/137 (Wilsdon 54, Blackwell 51, Martin 3/18) d Yorke Peninsula 39 (Pratt 3/6, Blackwell 2/3). Eyre Peninsula 8/207 (Clements 41, Mutch 2/21) d Barrier 107 (Gerloff 3/13, Bennett 2/3). South East 7/346 (Allan 199*, Strout 4/47) d Fleurieu South 129 (Fox 58, Gordon 3/22). Barossa and Light 7/152 (Keller 46*, Kielow 2/18) d Murray Districts 7/146 (Jackson 58, Slate 2/9). Upper North 142 (Kuerschner 48, McEachern 4/27) d Fleurieu North
7/116 (Crowden 43*, Hoffman 3/19). Round Four Friday, January 6. Upper North 9/188 (McInerney 80, Reardon 2/14) d Barrier 127 (Harvey 77, Pengelley 4/21). Yorke Peninsula 6/168 (Harris 59, Antonie 3/26) tied Barossa and Light 168 (Antonie 28, Gutschke 2/20). Mid North 126 (Pratt 21, Strout 3/23) d Fleurieu South 63 (Blackwell 3/8, Wohling 2/9). South East 8/195 (Allen 69) d Eyre Peninsula 128 (Schumann 54, Hosking 3/16, Allen 3/12). Murray Districts 6/232 (Jackson 52*, Barrett 46) d Fleurieu North 123 (Aitchison 56, Lehmann 3/15).
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The Herald Bowls Report Barossa and Light results Division One
Angaston 89 v Tanunda 91. J Standish 21 v B Pech 16; B Bowden 20 v R Schneider 27; D Jaunay 23 v P Rost 24; B Teakle 25 v C Mahoney 24. Eudunda 78 v Nuriootpa 71. P Eva 22 v G Langley 18; J Hanns 18 v R Walker 18; B Warner 18 v R Grope 15; M Schutz 20 v S Allen 20. Kapunda 90 v Lyndoch 94. G Redden 24 v C Rule 22; M Dew 19 v B Howell 27; R Rogers 23 v P Uranjek 24; T Rae 24 v P Woods 24. Freeling - bye. Division Two
Angaston White 67 v Kapunda 49. B Tuttle 22 v K Matthews 13; C Tabe 23 v T Leslie 19; D Armstrong 22 v P Maitland 17. Lyndoch 67 v Freeling 60. R Fillsell 25 v G Maynard 21; M Launer 13 v F Hines 29; B Prime 29 v B Schuster 10. Nuriootpa Gold 73 v Angaston Blue 60. P Buckley 21 v E Bond 27; N Collyer 28 v L Teakle 11; I Klaebe 24 v C Reardon 22. Tanunda White 73 v Nuriootpa Black 69. T Ratsch 34 v T Elix 25; M Hurst 26 v C Baker 16; E Allanson 13 v N Jaensch 28. Tanunda Black - bye. Division Three
Freeling 48 v Nuriootpa Gold 84. L Goedecke 19 v N Nolan 20; K Bettens 12 v M Sims 30; G Holmes 17 v J Mattner 34. Kapunda Black 71 v Angaston 54. J Baldwin jnr 21 v H Schmied 9; C Reardon 29 v I Philp 22; K Dooley 21 v C Vereyken 23. Kapunda Red 80 v Tanunda 51. D Franks 25 v T Leech 16; B Cummins 30 v K Schmaal 21; B Brealey 25 v D Goodwin 14. Lyndoch 67 v Nuriootpa Black 67. C Turner 28 v P Collyer 16; A Jocelyn 21 v K Harrison 30; A Gerrard 18 v P Jones 21. Eudunda - bye.
Bowls teams EUDUNDA Division One v Freeling at Eudunda: R Hnatyszyn, Judy Milde, J Willoughby, B Warner; M Geister, P Voigt, W Mader, J Hanns; R Leditschke, G Mitev, G Schmidt, P Eva; G Doecke, K Laucke, D Kleinig, M Schutz. Division Three v Kapunda Red at Eudunda: T Branford, M Nietschke, R Milde, G G Schutz; G Zerner, M Christie, F Schiller, R Hams; G O Schutz, D Pope, R Regnier, F Schmidt. Reserves: G Minge, Joy Pfitzner. Umpire: R Milde, M Schutz. Duty rink: M Schutz. Special Event - Eudunda Red v Eudunda White: L Marshall, K Heinrich, Betty Pfitzner, Pat Obst; G Goedecke, M Treloar, K Hines, C Menz. Midweek Men v Tanunda Black at Tanunda (depart 12.15pm): G Minge, K Laucke, J Willoughby; R Regnier, F Schmidt, W Mader; G Mitev, C Menz, R Hams. Ladies v Kapunda at Kapunda (depart 8.30am, start 9.30am): A Brook, H Jenke, D Leditschke, J Milde; M Weymouth, L Mosey, K Hickey, B Marshall; D Mader, J Bruhn, D Twartz, M Nietschke; S Schutz, J Hams, P Gordge, P Dutschke.Reserves: J Johnston, B Pfitzner, J Pfitzner. FREELING Division One v Eudunda at Eudunda: T Johansen, L Mullins, J Morris, G Fergusson; J Brydson, N Lee, J Grantham, H Sykes; I McFarlane, N Marslen, T Mullins, L Ryan; K Swanson, T Secomb, T Heinjus, C Kearns. Division Two v Nuriootpa Black at Freeling: J Fidge, D Johansen, L Swanson, G Maynard; O Howson, S Ryan, K Price, F Hines; B Schuster, P Flowers, P Heinjus, S Sloan. Division Three v Tanunda at Tanunda: G Thompson, D Jamieson, W Pitt, K Bettens; A Drury, P Erskine, C Trestrail, G Holmes; P Fryer, W Rivett, D Schirmer, L Goedecke. Reserve: L Woods. Midweek v Angaston Blue at Freeling: K Bettens, T Mullins, J Grantham; B Schuster, T Secomb, I McFarlane; T Johansen, J Morris, C Kearns. Reserves: W Pitt. KAPUNDA Division One v Tanunda at Kapunda: R Scoot, R Gill, B O’Reilly, T Rae; C Otterspoor, J Scholes, I Otterspoor, M Dew; C Doecke, G Donovan, W Reardon, R Rogers; W Beavan, A Reinders, P Voumard, G Redden. Duty Rink: R Rogers. Division Two v Tanunda Black at Kapunda: F Hier, J Baldwin jnr, B Phillips, P Hart; T Scholes, L Carter, T Leslie, K Matthews; C Hamper, S Hart, P Maitland, J Trotta. Duty Rink: P Hart. Division Three Red v Eudunda at Eudunda: B Adams, T Scoot, B Goodfellow, B Cummins; F Dobbin, B Morris, G Campbell, B Carrick; R Matthews, R Doecke, A Thiele, D Franks. Cars skippers. Division Three Black has a bye. Midweek Black v Nuriootpa Blue at Kapunda: C Hamper, W Beavan, T Rae; P Hart, J Scholes, G Redden; T Leslie, A Reinders, R Rogers. Duty Rink: G Redden. Midweek Red v Nuriootpa Green at Kapunda: B van Gasteren, T Scoot, C
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Angaston White 60 v Lyndoch Blue 60. D Armstrong 27 v M Launer 14; T Edwards 15 v C Rule 29; K Sandford 18 v D Moncrieff 17. Freeling 86 v Tanunda White 33. C Kearns 29 v P Secker 7; J Grantham 26 v A Price 11; I McFarlane 31 v R Schnieder 15. Kapunda Black 70 v Kapunda Red 49. T Rae 19 v B O’Reilly 14; R Rogers 32 v P Voumard 16; G Redden 19 v C Sunman 19. Lyndoch Gold 61 v Nuriootpa Gold 58. K Boyle 19 v R Chapman 20; J Sharrett 23 v R Walker 20; D Hausler 19 v T Gibbons 18. Nuriootpa Black 44 v Tanunda Black 62. C Baker 16 v D Heidenreich 26; T Elix 11 v J Garrett 16; T Billing 17 v C Mahoney 20. Nuriootpa Blue 73 v Eudunda 56. B Randall 23 v R Hams 22; P Rosenberg 23 v J Willoughby 20; L Steer 27 v B Mader 14. Nuriootpa Green 72 v Angaston Blue 58. W Williams 25 v M Hurn 21; I Klaebe 24 v C Tabe 12; R Garrett 23 v B Teakle 25. Ladies
Freeling 108 v Eudunda 68. L Mullins 25 v M Nietschke 17; D Johansen 28 v J Milde 24; J Gerrits 30 v B Marshall 9; J Dunbar 25 v P Dutschke 18. Lyndoch 52 v Angaston 94. V Reeves 20 v E Bond 16; G McLeod 9 v E Argent 23; C Turner 11 v L Lablack 31; D Jones 12 v G Armstrong 24. Tanunda 87 v Kapunda 81. M Hurst 18 v R Scoot 18; M Meertens 17 v C Holmes 28; G Woods 27 v H Sexton 18; K Wallace 25 v C Reardon 17. Nuriootpa - bye.
Sunman; J Baldwin snr, W Reardon, B O’Reilley; R Parker, F Hier, P Voumard. Duty Rink: P Voumard. Ladies v Eudunda at Kapunda: M Atkins, A Petch, S Franks, R Scoot; D Sweet, P Dobbin, T Scholes, H Sexton; K Rae, R Perry, P Ferns, C Reardon; D Huntley, B Hier, A Thiele, C Doecke. Duty Rink: R Scoot. LYNDOCH Division One v Angaston at Lyndoch: G Zerk, T Teague, W Southern, P Woods; D Green, T Drummond, G Ayres, C Rule; R Vanstone, J Sharratt, D Hausler, B Howell; Di Jones, G Reeves, K Gavin, P Uranjek. Duty Rink: B Howell; Bar Rink: P Woods. Division Two v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa. Cars depart 12.30pm. D Wilson, S Drummond, E Palmer, B Prime; R Heidrich, P Handke, A Turvey, M Launer; A Streames, B Koch, R Filsell, B Allan. Division Three v Angaston at Angaston. Cars depart 12.30pm. B Fisher, R Idel, D Turvey, J Allwood; K Brown, J Emerson, I Turner, A Gerrard; I Knight, E Smith, G Stansborough, C Turner. Midweek Gold v Tanunda White at Tanunda. Cars depart 12.30pm. B Fisher, G Reeves, D Hausler; B Day, B Koch, K Boyle; A Gerrard, R Filsell, J Sharratt. Midweek Blue v Nuriootpa Black at Nuriootpa. Cars depart 12.30pm. I Turner, T Drummond, B Howell; D Lindner, A Turvey, M Launer; E Palmer, R Idel, T Haycock. ANGASTON Division One v Lyndoch at Lyndoch. N Smith, F Thomas, T Edwards, D Jaunay; M Short, M Hurn, K Brook, B Bowden; J Jensen, J Argent, L Buckley, J Standish; M Renshaw, B Hurn, K Sandford, B Teakle. Manager: D Jaunay. Cars: Thirds leaving at 12.40pm. Division Two Blue v Tanunda White at Tanunda: A Hall, B Copperwheat, M Johnston, E Bond; M Storton, W Newell, I Langley, C Reardon; D Tye, J Harris, M Teakle, L Teakle. Manager: M Storton; Cars: Skippers leaving at 12.45pm. Division Two White has a bye. Division Three v Lyndoch at Angaston: R Benjamin, J Carruthers, J Rodgers, I Philp; P Clark, B Agars, S Barnden, H Schmied; A Grear, D Copperwheat,F Booth, C Vereyken. Duty Rink: Division Three. Reserves: Division Two White. Midweek Blue v Freeling at Freeling: C Vereyken, T Hopkins, M Hurn; J Carruthers, M Teakle, B Teakle; K Woodards, A Harvey, C Tabe. Manager: C Tabe; Cars: Skippers leaving at 12.30pm. Midweek White v Nuriootpa Gold at Angaston. I Philp, P Gibbons, D Armstrong; R Benjamin, A Hall, F Thomas; A Grear, J Rodgers, T Edwards. Manager: A Hall. Umpire: F Thomas. TANUNDA Division One v Kapunda at Kapunda: C Neldner, S Mewett, I Graetz, C Mahoney; S Pech, G Woods, D Grear, P Rost; M Silvestro, B Williams, K Bartsch, R Schneider; P Baverstock, I Jaensch, R Mewett, B Pech. Division Two Black v Kapunda at Kapunda. J Ralston, K Schmaal, K Wallace, D Schiller; J Schultz, G Farquharson, P Secker, A Price; G Rainsford, D Pech, M Meertens, D Meertens. Division Two White v Lyndoch at Tanunda. K Schliebs, G Meyer, B Wallace, E
Allanson; F Altmann, N Hurst,D Martin, M Hurst; H Rohrlach, J Farquharson, I Frick, T Ratsch. Duty Rink: T Ratsch. Division Three v Freeling at Tanunda. D Ralston, G Ahrens, Sub, D Goodwin; W Weinmann, T Schmidt, R Smith, C Graetz; P Schultz, R G Smith, M Goodwin, T Leech. Midweek morning v Nuriootpa at Tanunda: M Goodwin, P Schultz, J Ralston, G Woods; E Kampman, B Clarke, J Stephens, M Meertens; D Semmler, M Schmidke, D Light, M Hurst; J Schultz, C Altus, J Farquharson, K Wallace. Midweek Black v Eudunda at Tanunda: K Schliebs, D Martin, D Heidenreich; H Rohrlach, S Mewett, C Mahoney; B Wallace, B Williams, T Ratsch. Duty Rink: D Heidenreich. Midweek White v Lyndoch Gold at Tanunda: C Graetz, D Schiller, R Schneider; C Traeger, P Baverstock, A Price; D Goodwin, G Farquharson, P Secker. NURIOOTPA Division One has a bye. Practice at 1pm Saturday. Division Two Gold v Lyndoch 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: D Bessell; Duty Rink: P Buckley. Division Two Black v Freeling at Freeling: C Hughes, M Simpkin, L Tscharke, T Elix; S Rogers, C Baker, R Ellis, T Gibbons; A Jones, M Boehm, D Baker, N Jaensch. Cars: Depart 12.45pm; Drivers: M Simpkin, C Baker, M Boehm. Division Three Gold v Nuriootpa Black at Nuriootpa: C Forbes, G McCormick, K Bullock, J Mattner; K Williamson, B Jones, L Steer, M Sims; John McIntosh, J Chapman, M Nolan, N Nolan. Umpire: M Nolan; Duty Rink: J Mattner. Division Three Black v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa: K Steer, J Reusch, C La Nauze, P Collyer; M Graetz, D Quodling, Aird Shoesmith, Phil Jones; M Medlow, R Hahn, K Reichelt, K Harrison. Red stickers please. Midweek Gold v Angaston White at Angaston: C Forbes, L Cook, T Gibbons; C Reuter, S Rogers, R Chapman; G McCormick, Aird Shoesmith, R Walker. Cars: Depart 12.45pm; Drivers: L Cook, S Rogers, Aird Shoesmith. Midweek Black v Lyndoch Blue at Nuriootpa: J Bilney, L Tscharke, T Elix; B Jones, G Prior, T Billing; A Jones, R Ellis, C Baker. Umpire: R Ellis. Duty Rink: T Billing. Midweek Green v Kapunda Red at Kapunda: P White, R Matschoss, W Williams; K Reichelt, A Fyfe, R Garrett; D Bessell, R Warnest, I Klaebe. Cars depart 12.30pm; Drivers: K Riechelt, I Klaebe. Midweek Blue v Kapunda Black at Kapunda: G Krahling, C La Nauze, P Buckley; K Harrison, A Rayner, D Wilson; C Hughes, J Mattner, R Randall. Cars depart 12.30pm; Drivers: P Buckley, K Harrison, R Randall. Ladies Midweek v Tanunda at Tanunda: L Wilkinson, L Hahn, N Chapman, M Nolan; H Roberts, H Sandow, G White, P Jones; J Zanetic, M Waples, J McIntosh, D Baker; J Krause, V Bessell, U Boettger, M Elix. Reserves: J Chapman, A Shoesmith, D Dalton, D Allen. Cars: Pick up 8.40am; Drivers: N Chapman, P Jones, J McIntosh, U Boettger.
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Premiership tables DIVISION ONE Team Tanunda Nuriootpa Freeling Lyndoch Angaston Eudunda Kapunda DIVISION TWO Team Nuriootpa Gold Angaston Blue Tanunda White Nuriootpa Black Tanunda Black Lyndoch Kapunda Angaston White Freeling DIVISION THREE Team Nuriootpa Gold Kapunda Red Kapunda Black Tanunda Eudunda Nuriootpa Black Lyndoch Freeling Angaston MIDWEEK Team Kapunda Black Tanunda Black Freeling Nuriootpa Green Nuriootpa Gold Lyndoch Blue Kapunda Red Lyndoch Gold Nuriootpa Black Tanunda White Angaston Blue Nuriootpa Blue Angaston White Eudunda LADIES Team Nuriootpa Kapunda Tanunda Lyndoch Eudunda Freeling Angaston
P 13 13 13 13 13 13 13
W 7 7 6 6 4 3 2
D 0 0 1 0 1 0 0
L 3 4 3 4 5 8 8
B 2 1 2 2 2 2 2
C 1 1 1 1 1 0 1
F 1049 978 957 926 896 895 860
A 790 995 875 908 920 1068 1005
S 259 -17 82 18 -24 -173 -145
% 57.04 49.57 52.24 50.49 49.34 45.59 46.11
Pts 164 161 142 135 115 74 67
P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12
W 7 6 7 6 5 5 4 3 0
D 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
L 2 2 4 4 4 5 6 6 10
B 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1
C 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1
F 687 701 768 711 636 708 703 648 578
A 544 598 726 668 651 753 664 696 779
S 143 103 42 43 -15 -45 39 -48 -201
% 55.81 53.96 51.41 51.56 49.42 48.46 51.42 48.21 42.60
Pts 137 127 119 115 107 100 90 81 36
P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12
W 10 7 6 5 4 3 3 3 1
D 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0
L 0 1 4 4 5 5 6 8 9
B 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1
C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1
F 780 702 712 614 618 689 628 669 607
A 548 555 614 604 629 693 761 780 775
S 232 147 98 10 -11 -4 -133 -111 -168
% 58.73 55.85 53.70 50.39 49.56 49.86 45.22 46.18 43.92
Pts 164 145 113 106 100 93 75 68 48
P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12
W 11 9 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 4 3 3 1
D 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 0
L 1 3 4 4 6 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 7 11
B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
C 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
F 773 733 687 713 773 654 694 627 714 677 692 709 632 534
A 639 585 584 626 671 669 690 665 669 750 729 727 782 826
S 134 148 103 87 102 -15 4 -38 45 -73 -37 -18 -150 -292
% 54.75 55.61 54.05 53.25 53.53 49.43 50.14 48.53 51.63 47.44 48.70 49.37 44.70 39.26
Pts 157 134 118 117 107 103 101 97 94 81 75 70 64 26
P 12 12 12 12 12 12 12
W 7 6 5 5 4 4 4
D 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
L 2 3 5 5 6 7 7
B 2 2 2 2 2 1 1
C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
F 845 770 763 757 750 800 858
A 677 752 766 774 829 826 860
S 168 18 -3 -17 -79 -26 -2
% 55.53 50.59 49.89 49.44 47.50 49.20 49.94
Pts 187 164 140 139 123 117 114
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Results for Saturday Pennants - January 7.
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Les ‘Chooky’ Stott plays lawn bowls for Hamley Bridge. Where have you played your lawn bowls? Hamley Bridge.
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Who are key players at your club? Barry Smith, Darcy Rex, Mal O’Brien. What is your most important attribute? Concentration and patience and a bit of ability. Who is a character at the club and why? Harry Frencken - humorous sayings, and one of the loud ones. Who is the best player you have played with and against? With John Hill, against John Greenslade, Alf Sandercock. Major influence in your lawn bowls: Max McKenzie. Who are your sporting idols? Barrie Robran, Andrew McLeod and Mark Ricciuto. Any superstitions? Wear the same pants (washed) to bowls every week.
If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Tom Mix, an old cowboy actor.
What event has inspired or amazed you? The terrorist attacks in America were unbelievable.
Greatest moment and disappointment? Wedding day, losing my wife.
If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? Cut perks in half for all retired politicians, take away their gold cards. Pet hates on the lawn bowls rinks? Rowdy bowlers - we have some at Hamley Bridge. Favourite actor and movie? Not a movie watcher.
How would you spend a million dollars? Spread it around my family. What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Would like to be the best golfer - great pay. If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? My son (he would keep my spirits up), my daughter (she’s a good cook) and any two of my grandchildren.
THE race for the Division One pennant in Barossa and Light Lawn bowls continues to heat up. Tanunda has grabbed top spot courtesy of their two-shot win at Angaston, combined with Nuri’s shock seven-shot loss to Eudunda. It’s too early to call which teams will even make up the final four but could this be the year Tanunda finally win their first Div One premiership? Fourth-placed Lyndoch’s hopes were dealt a cruel blow over the break with skipper Trevor Noble suffering a serious hand injury in a freak accident. Noble was in the process of coring the green when he reached into the machine to make an adjustment.
The decision proved costly with Noble losing half a finger and receiving extensive injuries as a result. In proof that you can’t keep a good man down Trevor has been spotted practicing left handed and hopes to make his return via Div Three before season end. Sunday saw the B&L association compete against Wooroora, Mid North and Broughton. An undefeated effort by the B&L saw them claim the K S Trengove Shield by a considerable margin.
> Football ANGASTON’S hopes of a quick return to finals action in 2012 have been scuttled with the news that their two best players are leaving to join the Mannum Roos. 1785955
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> Cricket IN GOOD news for cricket fans, the Vine Inn Big Bash is back for another year. The event is being held at Nuriootpa from on Sunday, January 22.
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> Racing ANGASTON trainer Tony McEvoy was delighted with Little Critter’s barrier draw in Saturday’s $2m Magic Millions Classic at the Gold Coast. The two-year-old came up with barrier five in the field of 21 which includes five emergencies. On Saturday, Little Critter ran second to Lady Colours in a 900m race at the Gold Coast. “I plan to ride him just off the pace on Saturday,” McEvoy said. “From gate five he should be able to sit right on the leaders and with a genuine tempo could outsprint them.” Jim Byrne will ride Little Critter Craig Williams has been booked for Sky Raider in a staying race. Proudly brought to you by: BAROSSA
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Perennial top three votegetter and onetime winner of the Mail medal Craig Harvey along with the competition’s best small forward Andrew Pech have been enticed to ply their trade in the River Murray league in 2012. In contrast, things just keep getting better for Barossa District. The Bulldogs will see the return of stellar centreman Michael Taylor (Adelaide University) and young utility Nathan Emes (Central District). Big news also that they have signed young sensation Jesse Aish from Norwood. “Having those three guys coming into the group gives us a great amount of flexibility,” Roger James, Barossa coach said. “We’re pretty happy with where we’re at so far”.
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CAUGHT: Sani Pfeiffer with a Christmas Eve kingfish.
By LUBIN PFEIFFER WELCOME to 2012 and hope it is a fish-filled year for everyone. The fishing has been red-hot over the Christmas period with most areas both river and seaproducing fish. On the Murray, callop have been taking a variety of lures with vibes with the loudest rattle being my first choice. Fish these close to the snags and quite slowly. All the hot weather has sent the carp towards the surface and many fish can be spotted just by scanning over the water slowly. Pick a stretch that is easy to walk along and take your time, a good pair of Polaroid sunglasses will make this so much easier. I find an 8wt fly rod and white fly to be this fish’s biggest predator. Over on the coast good hauls of squid have coincided with the calmer weather and some of
these have been absolute thumpers in size, once again orange coloured cloth jigs have been the standout performer. Both snapper and kingfish have been on the bite for those who are a bit more patient with their fishing. Kingfish are cruising around in shallower water during the day with snapper in the shallows best targeted at night. The most important aspect to catching these fish is to be prepared. There is no real gun spots for the bigger fish in shallow water because they spend all of their time cruising around. Pick an area where some have been caught in the past and the essential key to capture is to have faith in what and where you’re fishing. The fish will come. Crabs have been on the move in the north of both gulfs and there are some good sized ones among them. Tight lines until next week.
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“I was pretty happy with the race,” Ella said. “Especially the run. “I am in the middle of a very heavy four-week training block building towards the world championship qualification event in Geelong in February so it took a while to get the legs going on the bike.” In the month leading up to Sunday’s event, Holmes completed 80km of swimming, 160km of running and 1000km of bike training – including riding 20km to the West Lakes event with fellow Fuse Multisport athlete Sam Tebeck, 17, of Williamstown, and coach Steve O’Brien. “Ella’s run leg is a real strength at the moment and at least as strong as it was in 2009 when she won the World U19 AG Championships,” O’Brien said. The coach said that he also was very pleased with the outstanding performance of junior triathlete Tebeck who finished third in the Male Open category, his first race in that category. Holmes’ next race is the Australia Day Triathlon at West Lakes on January 26.
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BACKHAND: Lyndoch’s Tony Drummond sends down a backhand bowl during Saturday’s Division One game against Kapunda. All the bowls results and tables are on page 25.
Golf Tee off times were crucial on Saturday with wind and rain making it tough for many of the Saturday players. All the scores are on page 23.
Cricket Most cricket matches were able to be completed for the start of 2012 but some had to be stopped because of the storm. The scores are on page 24.
Bowls Results, team selections and premiership tables are on page 25. Club notes on the Herald website at: www.barossaherald.com.au
SUCCESSFUL: James McKechnie with his national medals. McKechnie to do to reach the Olympic qualifying standard for the 200m breaststroke, which is 2.11. The young gun has shown remarkable improvement over the past two years, and currently has a best time of 2.23 for the event, with an aim of reducing it by six seconds before April. “I have the capacity to push myself, and I need to smooth
out the edges, by tweaking my stroke,” James said. “It’s the little things, like improving a lift error and getting more fluid, as well as working on turns.”
Swimming roundup The details of how the Starplex Swim Club fared at the championships are on page 23.
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coaches, where they help you to harness your skills,” James said. “Then I was invited back for another camp in December with the Australian junior coach Vince Raleigh, which was a great experience. “Just to have the use of their underwater cameras to try to understand technique and how to improve was a great help.” McKechnie holds his age group’s state records for the three breaststroke events (50m, 100m and 200m), which he breaks every time he achieves a personal best. But it is on the bigger stage the ‘super fish’ is hoping to be able to push himself further, to realise his dream of qualifying for the Olympics. In the short term, McKechnie has the state open swimming champs next week, then in March the Olympic trials and Australian Open, with the national age in April. “The main aim for me is not to drop off and to continually see improvements in my results,” James said. “I need to capitalise on my experience with the AIS and with my new coach, Steve Garner, who recently joined our club and is highly credentialled. “Naturally the Olympics is the dream, but it is a long road and it will still be a couple of years before I know whether I’m good enough.” There is plenty of work for
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