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dump a lot of houses in the middle of our prime agricultural land,” he said. “What we have got to realise here is that when people come to move into the area, the right to farm has got to be number one. “We are going to have tractors, we are going to have grape harvesters, sheep are going to make noise, all those things have got to be priority number one for a rural region like Barossa.” The preserve is the first of its type in Australia and is based on California’s Napa Valley in the 1960s. Mr Holmes said the protection meant there was scope for the Barossa to become something similar to the Napa Valley. “Back (in the 1960s), Napa Valley – prime
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AUSTRALIA’S first agricultural preserve will safeguard the Barossa Valley from urban sprawl and unsuitable industrial development. Legislation to protect the region was introduced to State Parliament on September 28 and is now subject to public consultation. A development plan amendment (DPA) is also in effect to control an influx of development applications before the legislation is approved. Minister for Urban Development and Planning John Rau said the legislation would protect the Barossa by restraining certain types of development.
“While the legislation will end urban sprawl, it will also improve opportunities for appropriate development that will support the character of the areas, such as sympathetic tourism and wine industry projects,” Mr Rau said. The DPA requires the Development Assessment Commission to consider any applications that may not fit in with the new legislation and refuse those applications deemed to be at odds with it. Sam Holmes, chief executive officer of Barossa Grape and Wine, said protecting the Barossa Valley was vital. “It is a relief that we know a large developer can’t come in, buy a big track of land, get major development status and
Rose by Knight THIS red rose is set to become a recognised symbol to honour a legendary Australian motor sport legend - and it’s been made in Evanston. It is the work of Knight’s Roses and highlights Peter Brock. The rose will be released in time for the V8 Supercars at Bathhurst, NSW, this weekend and will mark the fifth anniversary of Peter’s death. Director of Knight’s Roses Daniel Knight said, “We are delighted and extremely honoured to be associated with this magnificent blooming rose, a truly perfect rose”. For two years Knight’s Roses have been propagating the rose.
Daniel said the rose also honours the legacy of Peter Brock and his passion to help others. When Peter retired from full time racing in 1997, he established the Peter Brock Foundation to support Australians who needed a helping hand. The Peter Brock Foundation Rose will acknowledge Peter Brock’s integrity and tireless dedication to provide a better quality of life for those less fortunate. Daniel said, “This has been one of the most exciting projects we’ve ever undertaken”. “Out of the hundreds of rose varieties that we have grown
this is by far the most outstanding red rose I have ever seen. “When I think of Peter Brock, I, like most Australians, immediately remember the famous number 05 and the unmistakable bright red Holden race cars,” he said. Proceeds from the sale of the rose will be directed to Variety - The Children’s Charity - to continue Peter’s vision. For more details, visit peterbrockfoundationrose.com. au on the internet. RIGHT: Daniel Knight from Knight’s Roses with the Peter Brock Rose and promotional vehicle.
Recent rainfall records THE recent rains have given the community a chance to hold off from watering their gardens for the start of October. The drenching, found in most parts of the region, was also a welcome relief for farmers who are keen to see their crops mature and sub moisture to support the vineyards. According to the Bureau of Meteorology for the past seven days, September 28 to October 4, Truro copped the biggest rainfall with 48mm recorded. Mt Crawford
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it will include responsibilities they just can't meet. “The maximum penalties can be as high as $600,000 or five years imprisonment, or both.” Minister for Industrial Relations Russell Wortley has denied volunteer groups will be at any extra risk. “There will be no increase in the duty owed by volunteer associations to volunteer workers,” Mr Wortley said. “In fact, this legislation clarifies what has always been a grey area.” Mr Wortley said the legislation was actually making it easier for groups operating with volunteers only. “Furthermore, the new laws recognise that current requirements to nominate and train a person as a responsible officer created an unfair burden on purely voluntary organisations, and that requirement is being removed,” he said. “Quite simply, if an organisation is operating on a purely voluntary basis where there are no paid workers, that organisation does not have a responsibility under Work Health and Safety Laws. “If an organisation, volunteer or otherwise, engages paid workers, they have a duty to ensure the safety of those workers as well as their volunteers. That is fair, reasonable and exactly the situation under current SA laws.” Mr Wortley said groups with a paid employee would need to nominate a responsible officer,
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CONFUSION continues for volunteer groups with the state government and opposition locked in a war of words over proposed work safety changes. The model Work Health and Safety Act is set to be introduced on January 1 next year, but volunteer groups are getting mixed messages about what the changes actually mean. Member for Stuart, Dan van Holst Pellekaan said he expected the proposed Work, Health and Safety Act, would force many volunteer groups to close. “It is going to hurt volunteer organisations,” he said. “Any organisation that employs a person, even if it is just for a couple of hours on the weekend, would be brought into this legislation and that includes an enormous number of volunteer and not-for-profit organisations.” Mr van Holst Pellekaan said even if a sports club hired a barman or waiter for a one-off function, the club would be subject to the proposed legislation for not just the employee, but all of the volunteers as well. “It is not that you don't want people to have a safe work environment, but it is going to put some of these organisations out of business because they just will not be able to comply,” he said. “Many of them will have operated successfully and safely for decades but will not be able to operate under this legislation, because technically,
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Service club week SERVICE Club Week which runs from October 10-17 gives the community an opportunity to reflect upon, and acknowledge, the enormous contribution service clubs make to their local communities. State Parliament has been told local service clubs contribute up to $1 million to the wellbeing of the Light electorate. Tony Piccolo, the member for Light, said service clubs were involved in the Gawler Swap Meet, the Gawler Show, the Christmas Tree Festival, the Sunday markets, the Quality of Life Foundation, youth projects, the river bank project, the Village Fair and the Relay for Life. He said the Rotary clubs and the Freemasons, for example, were active in the men’s health projects. “Some of the international programs in which service clubs get involved are the Polio Eradication program, the Save Our Sight program, and the Shelter Box program,” Mr Piccolo said.
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THE use of high-quality state league netball players in the Barossa, Light and Gawler Association (BL&GNA) will be discussed at the association’s annual general meeting. The number of current and former state league players who have competed in the Barossa competition has grown over the past decade and has helped towards premierships. Bridey Lewis, president of the BL&GNA, said she would be talking with club officials before the AGM. “Every year clubs have the opportunity to put forth constitutional amendments to be voted upon by delegates representing all nine clubs,” Ms Lewis said. “As part of my role this year I have undertaken a strategic review of the association and my report will be released to the clubs in the coming weeks after review by the management committee. “In line with this I am preparing a new draft constitution which will be reviewed by the Management committee and then put to the clubs through an open consultation process,” she said. “Part of that consultation process will involve speaking with the clubs directly to determine where their clubs are at, their aims for the future and the impact on them directly or indirectly of limiting the use of “imported players,” being not only state league but also players from other associations.” Ms Lewis said she wanted to make sure all clubs had a voice, not just the clubs that tend to be more vocal and get the media spotlight. “The aim of the review is to ensure the association heads in the right direction for the benefit of all our clubs and to ensure we continue to raise our profile as the strongest country
association in South Australia.” Kapunda Netball Club president Sarah Johnson has made an impassioned plea for a return to “good old fashioned country netball”. Speaking after the Kapunda senior Kapunda has been beaten in the past three senior one grand finals, the past two by Willaston. Sarah said she felt the make up of the Barossa, Light and Gawler senior one competition had changed in recent years. “Well done to Willaston, they were too good but looking at their team, I’m not sure it is what country netball is all about,” Sarah said. “Basically they had an attack line which was state league quality. Of their three attackers, I believe only coach Lisa Wilson resides in the area. Last year Willaston was able to bring in a former National league player Mel Tump midway through the year and there can be no doubt she was a major reason why they were able to win the premiership.” Sarah said she wasn’t sure the importation of current or former state league players from outside the region was in the best interests of the competition. Katrina Frederick, president of the Willaston Netball Club, said a player shortage had resulted in the club using city player Jasmin Hoffrichter over the second half of this season. “The ones were running with a bare seven players and when one of them, Jess Earle, went overseas for a few weeks with needed another player,” Katrina said. “With the other senior sides in finals and those players wanting to stay with their teams, we decided to bring in Jas to top up the ones. “And in the grand final, she only came on to the court after threequarter time when the game was basically over,” she said.
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Stop to enjoy the scenery “Tanunda Town Committee provided extra funds for the shelter and for the actual sign itself - which cost a lot of money - something like $4000.” In addition to the support of businesses, children have also had an opportunity to put their mark on the rest stop. “Various local groups have come on board and helped out, like Tanunda Lutheran School and Tanunda Primary have been involved with providing plants the Kiwanis Club have put in,” said Mr Leske. “The Faith Lutheran School construction class laid the concrete and helped put up the structure, and did some of the landscaping as part of their VET course.” Mr Leske said various communityminded people had also volunteered their time and expertise to the project. “A man named Frank Litterini - who is a local and used to love coming down here as a kid - he wanted an area so that you could get down to the riverside,” said Mr Leske. “So he talked to the council and they brought in earthmoving equipment to make an incline.” Mr Leske said the new rest stop would
Growth wanted by Wasleys WASLEYS residents are keen to see the town grow so basic services continue to be delivered. In a survey by member for Light Tony Piccolo, respondents indicated the rural lifestyle and the small community were major assets of the town, but they acknowledge some growth would be beneficial. Mr Piccolo conducted the survey as prelude to a community meeting to be held on Sunday, October 30 in the
Wasleys Institute Hall at 2pm. “The focus of the meeting will be what the various agencies and community can do together to help provide local residents with better services and opportunities,” he said. “I am hopeful the meeting will generate ideas that with strengthen the community.” Survey responses also indicated residents are optimistic about the future of the town.
A REST stop built by the community at the entrance to Tanunda will be officially opened on Sunday. An initiative of the Kiwanis Club of the Barossa, the Gomersal Road rest stop has been three years in the making and has gained support from a wide range of people and groups. Ev Leske, Kiwanis Club member and project manager, said the project started off small and just kept building with support from the community. “The idea was to clear all the introduced species that were clogging up the river,” he said. “Then to open up the river and the cliffs for tourists, and the local population as well, then to provide facilities for visitors to stop as they come into the Barossa.” The new rest stop includes a shelter shed, tables, chairs, rainwater tank, rubbish bins, car parking, walking paths, an information board and shelter for the board. “Jacobs Creek put in $10,000 and Ahrens over $10,000, and that provided funds for the shelter shed and the information board,” Mr Leske said.
WELCOME: Project manager Ev Leske and Barossa mayor Brian Hurn. also fit in well with other projects connected to the Tanunda area. “It is not just meant to be a rest area, there is a walkway that goes along here and over the bridge,” he said. “They are putting in a cycle path and I think that might possibly be part of the path eventually. “It wasn’t really planned this way, but to me it seems like a link in a group of projects - the Angaston to Nuriootpa railway line project and that bike path project down to Gawler, and then this rest-stop - they have all fitted in together nicely.” Mayor Brian Hurn, who will officially open the rest stop, commended the
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TONY Piccolo has enjoyed every minute of his 30 years in public office. First elected to the District Council of Munno Para on October 3, 1981 - at just 21 years old Tony marked up his 30-year anniversary in public office on Monday. When the council boundaries changed in 1984, Tony ran as an alderman with the Town of Gawler, which then became area councillor. He was then voted deputy-mayor and finally elected mayor in 2000. In March 2006, Tony left his post as mayor when he was elected to state parliament, the position he still holds. While he hopes to hold his current role for the time being, Tony said he has not written off returning to the role of mayor when he finishes with state politics. “Being mayor is very different to being an MP,” he said. “You actually speak on behalf of your town. “As an MP you give people a voice, but I have four councils, so you cannot speak on behalf of any town, you speak on behalf of a whole electorate.” Local government operations have changed considerably over the past 30 years, but Tony insists it is still no easy task. “The job, in some ways, is harder because community expectations have increased,” he said. “The days of when they were just roads, rates and rubbish are just gone.” Tony said while 30 years in public office was a long time, it had passed quickly for him. “If it feels like a long time it means you are not enjoying it, but the fact it has gone so quickly – (while) it has been a tough time - it has been great to learn a lot of things and it certainly hasn’t been boring or dull,” he said. “It is more than a job for me… it is more of a calling. “You are either suited to this life or you are not because it is not 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday you are on call 24/7.” Tony said his greatest achievement is being able to give people in the community a voice. “Different things you do impact on different people differently,” he said. “If I like to say one thing I have done well, it is giving a voice to people on a whole range of matters.
CELEBRATION: Tony Piccolo takes the cake. “While the biggest challenges are trying to change long standing policies, often most satisfaction comes from resolving a small issue which is important to a person.” While Tony has also been involved in many projects around the district, including the recent introduction of public bus services to Gawler and the upgrade of Murray Street, he said he owed their succes to the people he worked with. “I think that is the key to success, harnessing the right people to work with you to get things done,” he said.
Learn a language for the future KAPUNDA High School and Trinity College South have had their language studies boosted. Kapunda High was awarded $40,000 for its Japanese program and Trinity College South $30,000 for its Chinese course.
Member for Wakefield Nick Champion said the funds would help increase the number of students studying Asian languages. “Not only will these three schools benefit, but Freeling Primary School, Kapunda
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Hop on your bike PETER Edwards saves money, is fit and healthy and says he owes it to bike riding. The refrigeration mechanic most days rides from his Mt Crawford home to his work, Orlando Wines. He now calls on the community to do the same as part of the sixth annual Ride To Work Day on Wednesday, October 12. Peter said he took up riding when his car was off the road for repairs. “I had a 10 speed bike in the shed and thought I would use that,” he said. “I lived at Nuriootpa at the time and it just about killed me, but then I got the bug, it became addictive”. Peter soon joined the first Tour Down Under breakaway event and has only missed out on one event to date. He has also ridden in the JDRF Diabetes Ride in honour of his friend who died from complications associated with type 1 diabetes. He also been involved in organised charity rides and regularly cycles throughout the region with Team Barossa. While Peter said the 44km round trip involves beautiful scenery, he added it doesn’t come without dangers. Peter believes if all road users respects each other and follow the road laws then perhaps more people would ride to work. “I encourage people to ride on the day on the proviso it’s safe to do so”.
FIT: Peter Edwards rides from Mt Crawford to Rowland Flat. Peter said the side benefits for riding for him means money saved in fuel, being a little fitter and feeling terrific. Ride to Work Day post-event surveys revealed that 43 per cent of first time riders in 2010
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Lutheran discussion ORDAINING of women and same sex unions will be up for discussion in the Barossa this month. These topics will be part of a symposium to be held at the Faith Lutheran School, Tanunda on October 13 and 14. The gathering will include theologians from Australian Lutheran College, members of the Lutheran Church of Australia’s Commission on Theology and about 80 invited participants. Questions will include, culture challenges the Church but does it challenge Scripture? What is Scripture’s contribution to social justice and human rights? The Lutheran Church of Australia, which does not ordain women, will hear the views of Lutherans from the UK, USA, Canada, Finland, Germany, Papua New
Guinea, Palestine and South East Asia. When the Church teaches on matters such as infant communion, exorcism, the office of president/bishop, the ordination of both genders, the diaconate and blessing of same sex unions, it does so on the basis of Scripture. Even within worldwide Lutheranism, however, Churches reach different conclusions. President of the Lutheran Church of Australia, Rev Dr Mike Semmler said, “This forum will look at interpretation, scripture in context and culture and the distinction of what God demands and the good news of what he has done”. A number of guest preachers will occupy pulpits across the Barossa Valley on Sunday, October 16.
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SUCCESSFUL: Zac Singlehurst, Jordan Singlehurst, deputy mayor and councillor David de Vries, Jordan Lambert and Dominic Fleming. THESE young people have enhanced their sporting prospects by taking advantage of a youth grant. Other young people have the chance to do the same with support by the Barossa Council. In September deputy mayor and councillor Dave de Vries presented certificates and cheques to four young people, and their stories differ. Zac and Jordan Singlehurst, who both
represent Vaulting SA, received funds to assist them to attend the 15th Australian National/International Equestrian Vaulting, which was held in Sydney earlier this month. In July Jordan Lambert used the funds to help her compete in the 2011 Softball Australia International Youth Camp in Sydney. While Dominic Fleming used his donation to attend the SAPSASA (State
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LONG-STANDING chief executive officer of the Nuriootpa Co-op David McArthur has announced his retirement. An advertisement seeking a new ceo was put out to the public on September 24. David said, “I have had a fantastic nearly 30 year career at the Co-op and with the support of very talented people have witnessed incredible growth and development over my time”. “My vacated position will be highly sought after and I believe the board will attract a top professional candidate ready to drive this unique Barossa icon to even greater heights. “The next few months will allow me the final privilege to watch our newly-developed Barossa Mall stores reinvigorate the retail business. “It has been a privilege working with our managers on this new project and I have been amazed at their contagious enthusiasm and dedication to the job at hand. “While I have understandably found it hard to make the retirement decision, I am convinced that the time is now right for me to pursue other interests. I will leave with full confidence that our wonderful Co-op is in great hands led by a community-based strategic board fully supported by a dedicated management team and staff,” he said. He will retire at the end The Co-op’s financial year. The Co-op, with its new motto “Heart of the Barossa’ has served the Barossa since 1944. The unique organisation employs over 300 staff and owns two shopping centres housing major corporate stores and tenants across three sites. The Co-op is owned by about 14,000 members of the Barossa community who share in the profits. Each year The Co-op turns over about $60million. The Co-op board is now looking for someone to again lead, motivate and mentor the group. Applications are sought from accomplished senior managers ideally with experience in retail or a comparably customer focused industry.
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9 LUTHERAN CHURCH PARISHES Angaston Parish: Angaston: 8.45am , 10.30am HC; Penrice: 9.30am LR; Keyneton: 9am HC; Eden Valley: 10am LR; Springton: 11am. Bethany-Tabor Parish: Bethany: 8.30am T HC, 11am M HC; Tabor: 9.45am HC band. Cambrai Parish: Cambrai: 9.30am R; Sedan: 9.30pm R; Stonefield: 9.30am R. Eudunda Parish: Eudunda: 10am LR; Neales Flat: 9am, LR; Peep Hill: 9am LR. Freeling Parish: St Marks, Freeling: 10.45am; Trinity, Rosedale: 8.45am; Wheatfields: 2pm. Gawler: Zion, Pastor Geoff Havelberg, Ph 8523 1929, 22B Cowan St, Gawler.8.45am Trad Matins, 10.45am Cont W, HC. Gawler Immanuel: Cnr Second & Seventh Sts, Gawler.Ph: 8522 6000.Sunday 8.45am, 10.45am. 1st Sunday of month 9.30am. Share-a-meal every 1st & 3rd Wed 11.45am. Greenock: Gnadenfrei: 10.30am LR ChATS; Nain: 9am HC; Greenock: 9am LR JAM 9.45am, 9.45am JAM. Kapunda Parish: Bethel: 10.30am R; Kapunda: 10.30am R; Allen’s Creek: 10am R. Langmeil Parish:8.45amTrad HC ,10.30am Cont Light Pass Immanuel Parish: Light Pass: 10.30am HC baptism; Stockwell: 9am HC; Dutton: no service. Light Pass Strait Gate: Light Pass: 10.30am HC; Gruenberg: 10am R; Truro: 9am B. Lyndoch Parish: Lyndoch: 10.30am LMP; Rowland Flat: 9am Trad HC, LMP. Nuriootpa: St Petri: 8.30am, Pr R Voigt, 10.30am HC, Pr R Voigt, 9.30am-10.25 SALT; Holy Trinity: 8.30am M; Ebenezer: 10am LR; Neukirch: 10am M. Robertstown Parish: Robertstown: 10am LR; Point Pass: 10am LR; Geranium Point: 10am LR.
St John’s Parish: St J: 9am; Sch: 10.30am HC. St Paul’s Parish: St P:10.30am C HC, Gdb: 8.45am T HCam C. Tanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am. Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church: Sundays 10am W, Nuri Senior Cits Cent, Pastor M Rosenzweig. Phone: 8563 1310.
ANGLICAN CHURCH Anglican Parish of Barossa: Nuriootpa: 10am HC MM; Tanunda: 8.30am HC MM; Lyndoch: 8.30am HC BP; Williamstown: 10am HC BP. Kapunda Anglican Parish: Kapunda: 9.15am, HC; Point Pass: 11.15am, HC. Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all other Sundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Warden on 8568 2042. UNITING CHURCH Barossa Congregations: Nuriootpa: 9am Chapman HC; Tanunda: 11am Chap HC; Angaston: 11am Harris; Truro: 9am Harris.. Light Pass: Not supplied. Gawler Parish:Gawler: 9am Schutz; Gawler: 5pm W Sanders; Sandy Creek and Williamstown to combine at Sandy Creek for bush service at 10.30am. Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114. BAPTIST CHURCH Barossa Community Church: 10am Barossa Junction Motel/Conference Centre, Barossa Valley Way, Tan, Pastor Richard Ansoul. Ph: 8563 2158. Lyndoch Baptist Church: Kauffman Ave, Lyndoch: 10am. All welcome. Enquiries to Pastor Tony Edwards on 8564 3001. CATHOLIC CHURCH PARISHES Northern Light Catholic Parish: Nuri: 1st & 3rd Sat 6.30pm, 2nd & 5th Sun 10.30am, 4th Sun 9am; Kapunda: 4th Sat 6.30pm, 1st & 3rd Sun 10.30am, 2nd & 5th Sun 9am; Freeling: 1st Sun 9am, 4th Sun 10.30am, 5th Sun 5pm; Tarlee: 3rd Sun 9am. Parish Office: Ph 8566 2064. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Barossa: 1 Old Kapunda Rd, Nuri; Sat 9.30am Family Bible Study, 11am Family Worship.
ASSEMBLIES OF GOD Barossa New Life Centre: Sunday 10am at the roundabout, cnr Barossa Valley Way & Siegersdorf Road, Dorrien. 4pm at Mt Pleasant Anglican Church Hall, Melrose St. All welcome. Pastor Diane Pope, Pastor Trevor Auricht. Ph: 8562 3844. Kapunda: 10am Sunday, Light Community Church, Main St, Kapunda. Pastor Paul Smith. All welcome. Ph: 8566 2864. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Tanunda, McDonnell Street opp former Tanunda Primary School: Saturdays 2.30pm, Worship, Open Bible Study. CHRISTIAN FAMILY CENTRE Barossa: 10.30am Sundays. 16 Scholz Ave, Nuri. Pastor Alan Matson. Ph: 0404 846 274. Murray Flats: 5pm alternate Sundays. Pastor Alan Matson. Ph: 0404 846 274. Cambrai Uniting Church 5pm. SALT CHURCH 25 Northside Crt, Evanston Gdns: Sunday Service 10am & 5pm. Offices, b/shop open 9.30am-4pm. Ph: 8522 0000. THE CHRISTADELPHIANS Sunday school, Greenock Institute Hall, 9.30am. Memorial meetings 11am Sunday. Bible Studies 8pm Tuesday. All welcome. Phone 8524 4196. CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Main North Rd, Evanston Park. Worship Service Sunday 10.30am. All welcome. Pastor Douglas Carolisen. Ph: 8523 1706. INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCH Birdwood United Church. 10am Pr Brian Teakle. Ph: 8568 5540. All welcome. HEWETT COMMUNITY CHURCH OF CHRIST Kingfisher Dr, Hewett. 10am, Sunday inspiring worship service. Young generation and creche avail.Youth, women and men’s programs. Ph: 8522 4938. GAWLER FULL GOSPEL OUTREACH MINISTRIES Family Worship Svc. 10am Sun, stone pavilion, Sport & Community Cent, Nixon Tce, Gaw. Pastor Shirley Coe. Ph: 0401 065 748. KAPUNDA EVANGELICAL CHURCH Sundays 5pm, 1st Sunday 10.30am, CWA Hall. Pastor Andrew Amos. Ph: 8566 2148.
after Gwondoland divided to form the African continent. Homo erectus, from approximately 1,500,000 BC, inhabited Europe and Asia which included this southern continent - before the last Ice Age split the isthmus joining Australia to Asia. Once Australia became an island, the Homo erectus remaining evolved to its own race of modern humankind. Jeff Hansen Greenock Political comment On watching question time on television on Thursday, I’m sick of what’s going on. Didn’t Tony Abbott remember that the PM wanted a blank cheque to be given to her, with all these illegal talks to be attended to? And, does she know for sure whether these so-called refugees are really who they say they are? Where’s the papers to prove this is so? She will get 4000 of them and have them here to grab the jobs, and have money given to them when they arrive. It won’t be long before the poor Aussie bloke will not have a job. Forget the blank cheque, get our navy out there looking for illegal boaties (and planes in the air) and as soon as spotted, get the navy to turn the dam boaties round and send them back to where they came from. Gloria Harcus Sedan Entertainment compliment I would like to thank the Herald and VJ Entertainment for the Candlelight Concert tickets I won. My husband and I had a fabulous evening. As I sit putting pen to paper listening to the awesome sounds of Lucie Thorne I can’t help but think how fortunate we are to have another jewel in the crown of this rich tapestry that is the Barossa Valley. The Barossa Regional Gallery is the perfect venue to hold these concerts. The walls graced with art and the ornate surrounds of the stage providing a fabulous platform for the artists. How wonderful to showcase
local talent such as Cloudy Davey and Darren Wotton. I encourage the whole community to continue supporting these concerts to ensure quality entertainment is available on our doorstep. Thanks again. Jo Menzel via em-mail Letter reply In reference to Mining Versus Food (Herald, September 7). New coal mining, new gas fields on arable land by foreign countries, water resources vastly reduced as the writer says, but also maybe contaminated, encroachment of housing estates also on farming and agricultural land. As someone said recently, - you can’t eat coal and can’t drink gas. Good land to grow food is diminishing. One will have to pay higher prices and/or buy foreign food of dubious quality. In The Advertiser on September 10, “Foreign buyers on the rise”. Is the Foreign Investment Review Board doing their job properly? Are governments doing their job governing the country, or are politicians too busy watching their backs and too busy competing at scoring the most points in parliament? Unemployment going up recently and we need action from politicians to match words. Today Tonight on September 13, a further view of foreign ownership; buying big in Australia, not only in rural areas but also expensive mansions and the lack of rules to prevent more of the same. If there are limits and restrictions as to what and how much can be acquired, those amounts are too high or holes in the walls, which allow them to be passed over or ignored. We are not the only country where this is happening - Chinese also buy big in Italy and Russians in the South of France and Arabs in Paris etc. Money and power will get you anywhere and so will greed. Heard of the Chinese businessman in talks with the government of Iceland to buy land and build a multi-million dollar resort. M Williams Riverton
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TONY Gerlach from Nuriootpa proved himself the best tipster in the Herald’s annual AFL footy tipping competition. For the first prize, Tony and wife Josie went to major sponsor Harvey Norman Munno Para to collect a home theatre package. For his ability to tip the AFL winners in 2011, Tony picked up a Samsung 4HD 50” plasma television plus a Blue Ray home theatre system. The prize is valued at $2500. Harvey Norman Munno Para electrical store manager Rob Colarusso presented the Gerlachs with their prize. Due to the success of the competition, Rob has committed his support through Harvey Norman Munno Para for the 2012 competition. “We enjoy our yearly association with the Herald’s football tipping
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A 47-YEAR-OLD man was arrested following a routine inspection made by police near Saddleworth on Sunday night. The man, of no fixed address, was stopped by a police traffic patrol on Marraville Road after he was found carrying $55,000 in cash and about 600 grams of what police will allege is amphetamine. The man’s vehicle was stopped at about 10.30pm and he was arrested charged with possessing a trafficable quantity of a controlled drug and unlawful possession in relation to the money. Bail has been refused and the man appeared in the Port Pirie Court on Tuesday.
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THE state’s road toll currently stands at 84, but is fast approaching the number of road fatalities at the same time last year, which was 86, say South Australia Police. Police will now be doing everything they can during ‘Operation Safe October’ to stop this year’s road toll from overtaking last years. Over the next four weeks police will target drink/drug driving; speeding, seatbelts and inattention or driver distraction. Officer in charge of SAPOL’s Traffic Enforcement Branch, superintendent Linda Fellows said, “These figures represent a great deal of suffering and grief for the family and friends of those who’s loved ones were taken from them in a single tragic moment”. Police will use a range of tactics across the state as part of the operation, such as a highly visible police presence, directed patrolling activities and speed detection as well as static and mobile random driver testing. On-the-spot fines will be issued for speeding, drink and drug driving, driver inattention and failing to wear seatbelts. Statistics An analysis of crash data for the 2010 calendar year reveals that:
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his is the beautiful Barossa, isn’t it? Well most locals and tourists travelling along the roads wouldn’t have the opportunity to experience the uniqueness of the area with the amount of potholes about. It seems many motorists have to drive defensively in order to get from a to b. Cruise along the busy and scenic stretches at either Stonewell or Samuel roads between Tanunda and Nuriootpa at the moment to see how bad they are. The same could be said for sections of Murray Street, Tanunda and other prominment routes.
ARREST • Police have arrested an 18-yearold Paralowie man in relation to the armed robbery of a Bakers Delight store in Gawler on September 17. The man has been charged with three counts of aggravated robbery. Police will allege
These roads have both been given a quick fix with hot mix but a few weeks on and they are still as rough as guts. Remember Gomersal Road as it was. While the Light Regional Council has created a team to fix hot spots within 48 hours of a complaint or a call made it only fills a hole, not rectifies the whole problem. Remember the roads also pose dangers during the night; even while travelling at 80km. This band-aid solution certainly shows how poor either our state government or councils are. Why is it we are seeing continual road damage? Is it the materials used or is it the increase in road traffic over the years creating the problems or a combination of both? As motorists we have a right to request good roads for the wear and tear of our vehicles, our safety and to be able to check out the beautiful scenery once in a while.
Cricket challenge met Year 1 students Stephanie Gallas and Luke Braunack took part in the Milo in2cricket session at Nuriootpa Primary School on Thursday. The program is a fun way for children to learn how to play the popular sport. It incorporates all junior development programs in clubs, schools and the community. The students are pictured with SA Redbacks player Dan Cullen at a Milo Cricket session in their new hall.
Happy birthday to... Amani Zimmermann, of Nuriootpa, was two on October 3.
Ruby Kowald, of Nuriootpa, was two on October 2.
Lucas Henschke, of Tanunda, was one on September 28.
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Herald birthday photographs are taken inside The Co-op Store, Toyworld section, each Saturday and parents are asked to line up from 10am. An A5 copy of the photo is available to the parents for $5.50.
Isaac Weston, of Nuriootpa, was six on October 3.
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STUDENTS and teachers at Nuriootpa Primary School are finally able to enjoy their new hall and middle school. The project suffered a major hurdle last year when the partially-built hall structure was burnt down in an arson attack, but construction soon restarted and the building was only recently completed. New carpeting, painting and acoustic coverings in the original school building, a new sand pit and an outdoor classroom were also part of the school’s rejuvenation. The hall and middle school building have been in use for about six weeks and the students are always excited to use the new facilities. Nuriootpa Primary School principal Sue Toone said the school had been applying for hall funding for 12 years and it was a massive boost for the school community now it was built. “The hall has been really appreciated for PE lessons, performances, whole school assemblies, and we are also hiring it out to some local groups, so the local line-dancers are in there too,” she said. “We have got a really big sports program and the oval has been really good, but if the weather is wet or too hot (it isn’t suitable)… this is just a blessing.” Before the hall events were squeezed into the main buildings shared space, and the larger events were forced out onto the oval. Year 7 student Caitlin Heppner, said the hall was a great asset for the school. “It is a nice big area we can all use for a wet or windy day,” she said. The middle school building, for Years 6 and 7, has three classrooms and a flexible learning room for shared use. Nuriootpa Primary School currently has 320 students enrolled, providing an excellent learning environment to keep students engaged with their teachers and their study.
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WILLIAMSTOWN 6/3 WILD STREET
FOR SALE $319,000 or FOR RENT $285pw OPEN - Saturday 1-2pm Five new homes on low main community title blocks from 420sqm to 435sqm in size comprising 3 bdrms, sep lnge, dining, up to the minute kitchen and bathroom, c/pt + additional parking, fencing etc, peaceful rural setting.
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DUAL PURPOSE: The three-bedroom Tanunda house on a corner block with a huge outdoor entertaining area.
SPACIOUS AND GRACIOUS 24 Gameau Road, Two Wells SA 5501 Open time Sunday October 9th 3.30-4.30pm Spotlessly presented featuring four bedrooms with ensuite and walk-in robe to the master bedroom, built –in robes to remaining. Modern kitchen offers electric cooking with dishwasher and oodles of cupboard and bench space. Ducted evaporative cooling and electric panel heating. Offering separate lounge and a huge family and / or theatre room for all occasions. Leading out to a spacious undercover entertaining area. A huge mans shed (6x9) with plenty of storage. Double driveway with side access. A generous sized allotment 1257m2 and set amongst other modern stylish homes. Close to local shops, schools and only a short drive to Gawler for all your shopping needs, also approximately 30 Minutes to Munno Para or Elizabeth Shopping Centre’s. Head down the Northern expressway straight into to the city.
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The modern eat-in kitchen 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. There is a huge outdoor entertainment area and a single carport with space for parking two cars and some additional storage space. The backyard is fullyfenced, 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,
HERE is a great Tanunda investment property 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 doublebrick house will make a great investment or first home. The house 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.
10 exclusive allotments ranging in size from 721m2 – 917m2 with tree lined reserve as a backdrop. Close to schools, shops and centre of town. Easy access to Sturt Highway so great for commuters. Opportunity to build the home of your dreams in a great location. Very realistic reserve prices so don’t miss out. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420
LYNDOCH - $445,000 TO $465,000
ANGASTON - $465,000
7 Robert Ross Drive SOLA POWERED BEAUTY 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS 2 PARKING SPACE 42 Solar Panels, yes this is not an misprint, plus, Four Bedrooms, Ensuite and Walk in Robe,Large separate lounge, Flat screen TV & Entertainment, Large kitchen, Dishwasher, Spacious open plan family & meals, Ducted R/C Air Conditioning, Extra large double garage umr, Rear veranda, Established gardens and fruit trees, Rain water tank, Set in a great location on a 772m2 block and close to local schools and shopping. Sue Schugmann 0419850408
Lot 214 Flaxmens Valley Road IDYLLIC BAROSSA LIFESTYLE 20 acres of lush gum studded country. Stylishly renovated homestead with open plan living, cellar, high ceilings, large kitchen, corian bench tops, ducted r/c a/c & slow combustion heating. Well planned and manageable with 2 dams, shedding, good fencing and much more. Great to visit, even better to own. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420
Where: 14 Angas Street, Tanunda. Price: $325,000. View: By appointment. Agent: Barossa Real Estate. RLA: 1997. Contact: Myriam Bultsma on 0427 392 819.
STOCKWELL - $445,000
GREENOCK - $134,950
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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. There is also 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
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Lot 50 Hill Climb Road Your own piece of tranquillity! Idyllic property on approximately 1 hectare (approx 2.5acres) located just minutes away from Angaston.This gorgeous 1860’s (approx) stone cottage is hidden away from all the hustle of day to day life. Charming cottage garden with established fruit and shade trees. 3 bedrooms, separate lounge, eat in country style kitchen and enclosed rear verandah. “I didn’t think that properties like this still existed. Be quick as this won’t last”. Peter Fairweather 0415 825 420
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18 Mattner Road EXECUTIVE STYLE LIVING IN RURAL BAROSSA AMBIANCE!
Set yourself up for life on this fantastic (approx) 797m2 corner block. It is a great size for a family to build a large 4 bedroom home with 2 living areas and a double garage.There is also plenty of room for a pergola, swimming pool and the kids swing set and cubby house. Extras to this great package are paved street, electricity and water connected and your very own New Orleans Street Lamp that will give your home a prestige look. Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819
This stylish well-appointed home oozes the “feel good” factor! Featuring 4 double bedrooms all with BIR`s, main with double WIR and en-suite with bath and double basins. Three large open plan living areas, incl. home theatre with in-wall surround sound system. Wellequipped modern kitchen with breakfast bar, study or 5th bedroom, ducted heating and cooling, extra-long double garage with access to dining area. Security shutters on all external doors and windows. All on a big block of approx. 1200m2. Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819
LYNDOCH - $345,000
EAST TRURO - $249,750
11 Rushall Road Set perched on a (approx) 1005m2 block this 3 bedroom 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
7 James Street “COTTAGE WITH ROOM TO MOVE” Excellent opportunity to invest for retirement or rental. Attractive cottage style 3 bedroom home with well established gardens, shedding & carport. Modest and very comfortable family living. Spacious outdoor living area with pergola. Well priced, and ready to be lived in…Extremely well presented. Myriam Bultsma 0427 392 819
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104 Murray St, Tanunda www.barossarealestate.com.au RLA 1997
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IMPRESSIVE: The open-plan kitchen and living area. ALONG the famous avenue of palms leading to the iconic Seppeltsfield Winery and situated among the historic workmen’s cottages a little before the winery’s grand entrance is this restored and extraordinarily extended residence. The residence is a blissful mix of old and new, a brilliant fusion of wonderfully preserved character and stunning architectural design that sees living extend out to enjoy alfresco life on this picturesque 6930 square metre parcel, with a pine forest to the rear and breathtaking views across Seppeltsfield itself. Exquisite pressed tin walls and ceilings, polished floorboards, leadlight, original open fireplaces and sash windows combine with soaring floor-toceiling glass, polished concrete, stainless steel and the warmth of timber. A perfect lifestyle property, down-to-earth yet sophisticated and luxurious, comfortable, practical and picturesquely positioned, a place to savour with family, friends and for enjoying life through its seasons. Return verandahs frame the symmetrical cottage and late afternoon light radiates through the brightly coloured leadlight that highlights the cottage’s entrance, splaying a warm glow across textured tin and the honeyed timber floors. Three king size bedrooms and a separate lounge are all situated in this peaceful cottage portion of the residence, restored yet remaining highly original. Morning light floods in through the glassed-in lifestyle space and amazing rear extension, where views stretch out across the property to the pine forest on the hilltop boundary. Polished concrete complements the www.barossaherald.com.au
western red cedar, stainless steel and glass accents of this lightfilled open-plan space and as day turns to night, downlights and track lighting spectacularly take over. Under floor heating features throughout this contemporary addition and lifestyle flows around the streamlined commercial style island kitchen designed to marry entertaining, dining and food preparation with company and conversation. A trap door and solid jarrah steps access the underground wine cellar and just outside the kitchen door, lime and mandarin trees, a raised vegie plot and herb garden are at easy reach. The bathroom and laundry are superbly designed rooms to be enjoyed, both functional and beautifully modern, a sleek Tasmanian Oak partition cleverly divides the living space from the wet areas and conceals a pantry, abundant storage and computer nook. Life spills out to the Mediterranean-inspired garden setting, where capital pear trees stand proudly beside the open air courtyard, its space defined by retaining walls anbd concrete pavers. A snow pear, weeping mulberry, a line of elms, rows of english box hedge and a lovely elevated lawn area further enhance the setting. Up beyond the 20 x 30 garage, huge old trees offer shady picnic sites and the perfect limbs on which to hang a childhood swing. The property’s huge 70,000 litres of rainwater storage is neatly tucked away. The property offers a breathtaking back drop where you can start your new life, a place of natural beauty, fabulous history and immense character. Contact David Braunack of Homburg Real Estate on 0418 841 349 to experience this amazing property.
THIS release is the perfect family house in Kapunda and is of generous proportions. Centrally located, the 2005 four-bedroom, two-bathroom brick-veneer house (pictured) was built by Distinctive Homes and is on a quiet sealed road. Situated on a 900 square metre block, the property is within walking distance to main street facilities and both the primary and high schools. It is an ideal family-sized house fitted with reverse-cycle air conditioning and there are vertical blinds fitted to most windows. A double remote roller door carport is attached to the house. There is a formal front lounge room.
Bedroom one has walk-in robes and ensuite bathroom while all other bedrooms are fitted with built-in robes. Generous describes the openplan kitchen, complete with a walk-in pantry, a double bowl sink and provision for a dishwasher. All overlooking the meals and family room. Further features include a fully-insulated roof and walls, downlights fitted to the main rooms, quality carpet in the bedrooms plus neutral colourtiled areas throughout. There is a deadlock to the front door. Outside is a 12m x 6m galvanised iron shed complete with mezzanine storage area and a concrete floor. The front gardens are fitted
with pop-up sprinklers while the rear and side gardens are to be completed. The asking price is $369,950. Contact David from Hambours on 8566 2209 for a private inspection. RLA150685.
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Regrettable sale. 7 acres within one hour of the Murray River, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and Burra. 3 bedroom home, slate floors, new kitchen, lounge with c/h, rear pergola ent area, 4 bay shed with 1 bay closed in as a workshop with power and lighting, horse stable/shelter, chook run and more. RLA 150685. Asking $285,000
Walk to main street. 4 bedrm, 2 bathrm t/f home on 10 acres; excellent shedding & substantial improvements. Main bedroom ens/walk through wardrobe between 2 way bathroom, open plan lounge/dining, full length rear verandah. 40x25x10 garage with wet areas, new 60x40x14 shed with conc floor power & lighting. RLA 150685. Asking $485,000
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
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
Asking $299,500 Asking $249,500 Mark Hambour Lic Agents. 65 Main Street, Kapunda. RLA150685
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Historic Stone Miner's Cottage c1866. After 53 years, Vendor is downsizing! Old stone house comprises 3 double bdrooms, 2 with ofp, eat in kitchen, separate dining room, bathroom with bath & vanity, separate shower, dry cellar, situated on approx 750m2 with new single garage, carport, established gardens! Well worth a look at this price!
ROBERTSTOWN 15 Commercial Street $129,950 OLD BANK REDUCED
Well presented double brick home in prime location close to school, shops and facilities. Comprising 3 spacious bedrooms, large eat-in upgraded kitchen, sitting room with c/h, ducted evap air con, spacious rear lobby, double garage with access from the house with room for trailer/caravan, tidy easy care gardens, chook shed and garden shed, plenty of character here!
5 Railway Parade Well presented Family Home. 3 bdrm timber framed house on approx 1/2 acre built in 1935 comprising eat in kitchen, sitting room w/open fire, spacious master bedroom, updated bathroom with shower over bath, new roof insulation, fully established native gardens with mature trees, 2 car garage with workshop, caravan or boat shed, chook enclosure, short walk to School and facilities!
POINT PASS 6 Main Street $120,000 STONE HOUSE & 3 ALLOTS/3 TITLES
Huge stone building on approx 1000m2 allotment comprising front banking chamber, manager's office, old safe with door, long hallway with 3 bedrooms, spacious kitchen, sitting room with open fire, high ceilings, timber floors, rear access off bitumen road, masses of potential here! Mains water and power connected.
Roll the sleaves up here, some work required but take a look at the price! 3 bedrooms, separate dining with open fire, pressed tin ceiling, huge sitting room with combustion heating, bathroom with separate shower bath & vanity, old stone Council office ideal for studio.
TAKE a look at this residence at 25 Koncke Street, Greenock which is across two levels. It has a quirky layout of unusual angles and a floor-plan designed around its spectacular views right across the Barossa to the ranges. The unique and highly original 1950s solid-built retro residence on 1271 square metres is one that is sure to inspire the architect in you. Featuring timber floors, high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass that brings in the views, this lightfilled home comprises of a separate lounge, spacious eat-in kitchen, three bedrooms, renovated family bathroom with corner spa with a separate loo. There is a functional rear lobby and within the basement zone of the home, two further versatile rooms plus a double garage. The lay-out offers great options for a ‘littlies’ playroom, teenager’s retreat or a work-from-home-studio, nicely separated from the main living sector of the house. There is huge scope to take this property to new heights, add value and really create some ‘wow factor’ both indoors and out. Add sliding glass and extensive decking all around to open the home up and expand the lifestyle out under the trees to savour the amazing views. To the rear of the home, an existing
verandah with a decked platform and all-season bistro blinds is a serene and beautifully sheltered spot for dining among leafy terraced courtyard surrounds. Majestic and mature shade trees add to the layered backyard oasis where children will delight in the abundance of space, their own cubby house with slide and sandpit already awaits, and secure fencing is in place. A huge barn-style shed with solid rendered walls and an attached caravan port may provide secure storage for another five vehicles. To the rear and under the main roof of the shed, four further rooms are ideal to extend the workshop operations and provide excellent further storage or potential for alternative teenager digs. This property is a one-of-a-kind, unique and quirky haven with multidimensional facets to both indoors and out, giving huge adaptability and versatility. This is a home with its surrounds that will allow you every opportunity to engage your imagination and maximise on the potential. With a price guide from $340,000 to $370,000, this property is open for inspection this Sunday, October 9 from 3pm-3.30pm. Contact Mike Bogan of Homburg Real Estate on 0416 586 897 to register your interest in this most inspiring property.
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An enlightened life GLEAMING porcelain tiles, beautiful lighting and shades of white and stone illuminate the vast living spaces within this stunning home at 15 Roesler Drive, Tanunda. Easy family living is enhanced by endless space and storage, grand sized bedrooms and bathrooms and a superbly equipped kitchen to ensure every level of living and entertaining is an enlightened experience. Just four months since completion and finished with impeccable taste, this example of the fabulous ‘Georgia Spa’ truly shines here. Classy details feature throughout this home, from
the recessed 10 foot ceilings in the double formal living space to the twin doors that open to reveal the generous master bedroom and its resort-style ensuite. Past the walk-in cloak room, the wide entrance hall opens up to the casual living centre of the home and to where the brilliantly stylish black and white kitchen takes centre focus. Beyond, a generous rumpus room caters for the activities of all age groups and sliding glass off both these second and third living areas takes life outside. The spacious yard has two zones. There’s room for a shed and children’s playground to
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Priced at $429,950, this home will be open for inspection on Sunday, October 9 from 2.45pm - 3.15pm. To experience this light and bright home, contact David Braunack on 0418 841 349 or Felicity Cock on 0411 456 266 both of Homburg Real Estate.
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Brick veneer home on ½ acre land close to Dublin and Two Wells. 3 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen/ dining/ family room, electric appliances, split sytem A/C, Ducted Evap A/C, Shed. Pets Neg. Avail Now!
Large stone home, comprises of 3 good sized bedrooms. Large lounge room, open kitchen area. Bathroom with toilet, back porch area. Large entertaining area. Good sized block. Close to schools. Avail Now!
Neat Two bedroom unit, open plan living area, R/C A/C. Nice bathroom with separate bath and shower. Carport, rainwater tank, garden shed. Low maintenance yard. Only two in the group, in a quiet location. Available End October ! FOR FURTHER DETAILS PLEASE CONTACT OUR PROPERTY MANAGER HOLLY DIEKMAN 0437 528 022 OR SAMANTHA WHILEY 0417 022 061
KAPUNDA 43 Mildred Street Inspection by Appointment
42 Weigall Street Inspection by Appointment
Modern 3 bedroom home, Upstairs studio or 4th bedroom. Large kitchen with plenty of cupboard space, Open plan living with family & meals areas. Entertaining area at rear. Heating & Cooling, Secure undercover car parking. Fully fenced yard with shed. Close to schools & facilities. Available End October !!
Ideal family home/tradesperson. Roomy T/F home on 2240m2, 2 titles, short drive to main st, 3 brs, office, fml lounge, spac kitchen/dine, family rm, elec apps, w.i. pantry, s/s a/c, front & rear verandahs, 2 sheds, r/w tanks, 3 phase power. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
46 Barwell Street Inspection by Appointment
Extremely well presented family home, close proximity to bowling green & main street, 4 brms, 2 bthrms, fml lnge, formal dining, spac family room, lovely kitchen has plenty cpds, elec appl, lge 40x30x11 shed, paved driveway, well fenced. Opp to purchase a lovely home close to all facilities. WEB ID: 106356453 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
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Way Street Inspection by Appointment
Residential allotment of approximately 1690m2, having 2 titles, water connected, common effluent runs past, close to sporting facilities and trotting track. Reasonably level allots provide opportunity for investor to build 2 homes or family wanting to build on large allotment. To be sold as a whole. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
KAPUNDA $525 - $555,000
5 Hogan Street Inspection by Appointment
Well maintained stone home on approx 817m2, main road frontage, close to Main Street, 3 good sized bedrooms, roomy lounge, country style kitchen, and renovated bathroom. Features include high ceilings, ceiling rose, combustion heater, pergola, workshop and shed, nice family home. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
Lge 5 br modern environmentally friendly family home on 2029m2. Ens & WIR to br 1, BIR brs 2,3 & 5, refurb kitchen, split level fam/mls, s/s r/c a/c, 40x20 gge w 3 ph power, a/c bathrm & kitch, 2 store sheds, paved ent area, 2 r/w tanks. WEB ID: 106356453 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
Lot 58 Ford Street Inspection by Appointment
1 John Street Inspection by Appointment
Don’t miss the opportunity to buy this excellent home. Near new b/v 555m2 allot., 3 bdrms, E/S, WIR, formal lounge, spac. kitchen/dine/family rm, W.I.pantry, central bench, lge s/s a/c, garage umr, shed, ent. area. Side access,room for caravan. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
13 Fuller Street Inspection by Appointment
Well presented near new home on cnr allot approx 344m2. 3 bdrms, kitchen w elec apps, d/w, pantry, o/plan living/dine, s/s a/c, 9’ ceils, vdah, carport, lovely cottage gdn on drippers, r/w plumbed t/out home. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
LYNDOCH Fiebig Court Inspection by Appointment
Walk to main street. Well presented near new home on cnr allot approx 344m2. 3 bdrms, kitchen w elec apps, d/w, pantry, o/plan living/dine, s/s a/c, 9’ ceils, vdah, carport, lovely cottage gdn on drippers, r/w plumbed t/out home. WEB ID: 106614295 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
Neat solid home on 11,000m2 allot, having 3 titles, possible subdiv STCC. 3 brs, office, kitchen w elec apps & d/w, fml dine, lge lounge, r/c a/c, gas htg. Paved gable pergola, 40x20 shed, caravan shed, 30x20 shed. Rear access. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
78 Gilbert Street inspection by Appointment
NEW Inspection by Appointment
Neat b/v home on lge 1950m2 allot with rural views. 4 brs, main ens & WIR, br 2 & 3 BIR, kitchen has gas stove, pantry, plenty cpds, dine, family, fml lnge, comb heat, ducted a/c, dble c/pt UMR, vdahs, pergola, 30x20 gge. Currently tenanted. WEB ID: 106770196 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
1/10 Kook Street inspection by Appointment
3 separately designed 3 br homes, community titled allots from 300m2-312m2. Rendered hebel walls, floor coverings, quality interior fittings r/c a/c, gas h.w.s., paved drive, landscaped front yd, fencing, Ideal first home/retirees/investors. WEB ID: 105904426 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
3 bdrm family home on approx 4000m2 allot. Sub div poss (STCC). Main br ens, wir & s/s r/c a/c, brs 2&3 bir, fml lounge, fml dine, open kitch/meals, bathrm w sep shwr & bath. S/s r/c a/c & comb htr in lounge, ent area, sep games rm, 30x20 shed. WEB ID: 106781194 Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
Approx 85 acres, close to highway but still private, scrub land, cleared land has olive, fig & pistachio trees, brick building, sep bath & toilet, r/w tanks, underground creek, generated power, ideal weekender, retreat or living. Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
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Close to main street, doctors surgery & hospital. Nice unit amongst group of 4, 2 bedrooms, kitchen/dining, electric appliances, reverse cycle air conditioning separate garage and store room, manageable garden, Strata title. WEB ID: TBA Colin Schwartz 0409 934 942
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Homburg Real Estate welcomes Shari Wallent
How do you look after your house when it’s someone else’s home? Since commencing my career in Property Management many years ago I have met many owners who have chosen to manage their property themselves and who were very successful. However, with the time involved in collecting rents, arranging repairs, finding the best tenants and understanding the constantly changing landlord tenant law, most owners have found that their time is more valuable spent elsewhere. I joined Homburg Real Estate because of its direct focus on Property Management. Unlike most real estate offices, this is our core business not just a sideline and has given me the opportunity to implement and develop best practice methods that have seen my client’s investments grow. As a qualified and experienced Property Manager I’ve learned valuable lessons that have lead to the implementation of 8 key procedures that will protect your investment and maintain cash flow, the two major concerns of every property investor. These procedures are standard practice at Homburg Real Estate, so whether you have a single investment property or an entire portfolio,
Shari has spent many years in the real estate industry and property management field. She believes landlords deserve a property management team that takes the utmost care with their most valuable asset. Shari combines her solid industry experience with a professional, honest and reliable team that deliver a six star service to clients.
our team of dedicated Property Managers will maximize your return on investment by focusing on the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
Careful tenant selection Expert lease negotiation Timely proactive communication Effective marketing Full rent arrears management Cash flow management Inspections & maintenance Comprehensive financial reporting
When all eight of these factors are effectively managed, the end result is an investment that remains well maintained and well tenanted, thereby delivering excellent return on investment without adversely affecting investor cash flow and peace of mind. To find out how our Property Management team can maximize your investment, please contact me to discuss. - Shari Wallent, Homburg Real Estate
Having lived and worked in both the metropolitan and country areas she appreciates the vast range of properties the Barossa Valley has to offer. Whether it is an executive home, a rural lifestyle property or a unit, Shari and her team will be able to help and pass on their wealth of knowledge in the property management arena to both owners and tenants. Shari is a member of the Real Estate Institute of South Australia and in her time in real estate has looked after several rent rolls and headed leading teams. She chose to join the Homburg team because of the fantastic opportunities that building South Australia’s largest independent brand outside of the metropolitan area could offer and the fact that she is working for a company that pride themselves on excellence. She loves meeting new people, the fast paced nature of the business and achieving excellent results for her clients. If you are looking for a dedicated and nurturing professional, contact Shari and her team and leave your asset in the hands that have nearly two decades of experience.
“I’m not interested in the past! I am interested in the future for that is where I expect to spend the rest of my life” - Shari
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Real Estate Liftout
ABOVE: Enjoy time playing snooker or pool in the spacious living area. BELOW: The beautiful garden setting makes for a relaxing environment. THIS lovingly-maintained house at 22 Helen Street, Nuriootpa has dual driveway access and secure undercover storage for up to five vehicles ,plus off-street parking for a further three. It comprises two huge living areas, three bedrooms and two bathrooms and is ideal for those looking to enjoy a relaxed existence with time and space for friends and family in easycare surrounds. Spacious and light-filled, this 1989-built house, in impeccable condition, is cosy, comfortable and inviting. The front foyer welcomes guests into the formal living space and beyond the house opens up to an immense casual lifestyle hub, with a slow combustion wood-fire adding to the exposed brick ambience. The home’s central U-shaped
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conditioning will cover all seasonal extremes. In addition to the valuable double access this property offers, the corner location also ensures privacy. A 20 x 30 garage with built-in workshop plus rainwater tank and garden shed screen one boundary and a triple length carport to the other means that neighbours are barely noticeable to life here in this established location. Enjoy this beautiful home just as it is or modernise easily with just a few aesthetic changes, either way, this property is priced realistically with scope to add further value. Park yourself here, take advantage and enjoy the benefits. Priced at $330,000 - $340,000. For further details on this property, please contact David Braunack of Homburg Real
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kitchen (pictured above) is abundant in cupboard and bench space and looks onto family life where the everyday lounge and dining areas are nicely separated by the built-in bar or office nook. On the northern side, glass doors slide back to reveal a beautifully shaded and paved courtyard space framed by a layered garden of camellias and tree ferns creating a picture window for this living end of the home. The house’s layout provides three bedrooms of queen proportions all featuring floorto-ceiling storage. The master is additionally equipped with a walk-through dressing room and ensuite. Berber carpets throughout provide cushioned comfort and use of either ceiling fans, ducted evaporative cooling or the reverse-cycle split-system air
Kellet Court rerement village coages in Nuriootpa oﬀer both comfort and style. The coages are architecturally designed to incorporate the most up to date features to make your rerement comfortable. We have 3 newly built coages on oﬀer and if you would like to have more informaon or to view the coages then please call us on 8562 0300
Acvely Engaged in Ageing
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Real Estate Liftout
Purchase piece of history
Spacious with great views
WELL known Evanston Park businessman Jim Reveruzzi says the time has come to retire. The winners could be his customers as they have the chance to purchase items which are part of history. “After almost 40 years of collecting and hoarding it's time to let it go,” Jim said. “People do really have a great opportunity to buy a piece of ‘history’.” Jim says there are items for, character building, restoration, gardenscape or general conversation pieces. “My motto has been recycle, restore, reuse and my proverb is ‘one person’s junk is another person’s treasure’. Potential buyers have the chance to
LEFT: The kitchen area of the five-bedroom Penrice house and right, the outside views.
At a glance... What: Gawler Salvage For all general Where: 3 Potts Road, Evanston Park. Contact: Jim Reveruzzi. Phone: 8523 2466. Mobile: 0417 866 545. Business hours: Monday - Friday 8am – 5 pm. Saturday - 8am – 2.30pm. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
take a tour through Jim’s virtual store on the internet. “You will never know what treasures you might find,” Jim said.
JUST look at the views, great aren’t they? That is why it is so hard to believe that those views are from the front yard of a large family home. On top of all that there are no near neighbours, only nature to surround this lovely property. This spacious family house is on the outskirts of AngastonPenrice, a Barossa Valley town not far from the shops, school and services for that matter. The home in question is a versatile five-bedroom, twobathroom layout. It’s versatile. It can either be four bedrooms with a study/office or five bedrooms. There are also three separate living areas, a formal lounge at
FOR SALE: Jim Reveruzzi with a few of th wheels he has for sale.
the front for entertaining and a family room for the whole family to enjoy together, also a rumpus room. All this at the rear leading out to the gabled roof paved
entertaining area. Beautiful and spacious describes the kitchen with stainless-steel electric appliances, a cooktop with rangehood, a wall oven, dishwasher, benchtop and walkin pantry. Other features include a large combustion heater and ducted reverse-cycle air conditioning throughout the home for allyear comfort. There is a double garage under the main roof with roller doors plus a 20x20 shed with roller doors. Set in a safe environment from city pressures, the property gives a marvellous feeling of freedom. Take time out to have a look for yourself.
At a glance... Where: 30-32 Salem Road, Penrice. Features: Four acres, plus look at the view. Price: $500,000. Open: Sunday, October 9. When: 1.15pm - 2pm. Agent: Julie Toth Real Estate, RLA 198199, Ph: 8562 4650. Contact: Julie Toth on mobile 0418 853 134.
New home sales low NEW home sales have stayed close to their lowest levels in more than a decade, with Australians showing an unwillingness to buy amid global financial uncertainty. A survey of Australia’s major residential builders shows the total number of new homes sold in August rose by 1.1 per cent across the country to 6497. This follows an eight per cent fall in July to 6428, the lowest level of new home sales since December 2000. HIA chief economist
Harley Dale said it was understandable that Australians were showing a reluctance to buy new homes. He said the reluctance was in the face of weak domestic and global economic conditions. “New housing conditions are very soft at present,” Dr Dale said. “For those who are in a financially capable situation to build a home, now is a very good time to contemplate doing so.” Detached house sales increased by 1.5 per cent in the month of
August but were down by 15 per cent over the quarter. Sales of multi-units fell by 2.2 per cent in the month. The improvement in the volume of detached house sales reflected a rise of 9.8 per cent of sales in Queensland and a three per cent increase in Victoria, Dr Dale said. “August marked the first month of the building boost grant by the Queensland government and this has clearly had a positive, if modest impact on sales.”
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3 Coronation Avenue
15 Duckpond Road
ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME 10 Solar panels to generate power make this home very energy efficient and cost saving. Well looked after double brick home, three bedrooms with built-in robe, kitchen with gas stove, bright lounge room, heating and cooling, rain water plumbed to the home, carport, large shed and backyard. 758m2 allotment.
PENRICE 30-32 Salem Road
W.I.W.O. Freehold Business with Residence For Sale or Lease General Store, Takeaway & Postal Agency - 2 brms, sunroom or 3rd brm, sleepout, commercial & residential kitchen, lounge, s/rm, study, 40x30 approx shed & more.
OPEN Sunday 9th Oct, 1.15 to 2.00 pm Lot 102 Belvidere Road OPEN Sunday 9th Oct, 2.30 to 3.00pm
BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL SALES
Property Management 6.6% COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL & STRATA / COMMUNITY NO ONGOING FEES & Unique Tenant Screening
RENTAL - Hewett- 4 bedroom with ensuite and Built ins - Family, Rumpas, Lounge, Meals, Double Garage plus room for 2 extra Cars, Alfresco Extensive yard with garden patch and Aboveground pool (inground)$420.00 week
Great family home. 5 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, family lounge, dine, family/games room, set on 4 acres with views.
BUSINESS - Gawler Aquariums - Exceptional business with long term prospects - Good Lease and extensive clientele base which is SA wide Established in 1992 and in Gawler for last 14 Years
COMMERCIAL - LEASE OR SALE - 20 Adelaide Rd Gawler - High Profile property 10 Office complex with off street parking for 16 vehicles Technology friendly for modern equipment Excellent lease arrangements
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SOLD LOVELY FAMILY HOME - Three brms, bay window in master brm, formal dining, lounge rm, family rm, heating & cooling, single carport plus 2 single garages, gabled roof entertaining area. Easy care enclosed backyard.
Shane Butler 0422 314 631
15 Frederick Street WH1752476
BUSINESS - Electrodry Franchise - Francjise area Salisbury to Barossa Valley - Brilliant business with potential to grow - 2 Complete vans of equipment - potential to split areas - Water Damage and Tile & Grout Extra Equipment
Start your own business! 3 bedroom residence on 25 acres with excellent shedding and stables, suit contractors.
Call for your free market appraisal
Brand New Home - Finish to your Style Just built in a convenient location, walking distance to shops and the main street. Choose your floor coverings and landscaping to finish off this modern 3 bedroom residence and create your perfect lifestyle.
8562 4650 0418 853 134
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Community News FRIENDS of the Barossa Libraryâ€™s next â€œBooks Galoreâ€?, eight-day book sale will be at the Lyndoch branch of the Barossa Council Public Library from today (Wednesday) to Tuesday, October 11. Opening times are Wednesday to Friday, October 5 to 7 from 9am to 5pm, Saturday, October 8 from 9am to noon, Monday, October 10 from 9am to 5pm and Tuesday, October 11 from 9am to 3pm. Please note that the library is closed for lunch every day from 12.30pm to 1.30pm.
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treasurer Paddy Carter and committee members Claire Hein, Christine Malone, Kevin Platt, James Porter, Margaret Seager and Brian Storey. After the formal business was completed the guest speaker, Joanne Thomas, regaled the meeting with talk about her life before she came to the Barossa, about how books have influenced her through her life, and about the challenges emerging for local government, including libraries. Please support the Friendsâ€™ work for the benefit of our library. We are always looking for new members
with their fresh ideas. If you would like to know more, phone Hon secretary Bill Biscoe on 8564 3290 or membership secretary Paddy Carter on 8563 2472 or ask at the library.
presented by the physiotherapist who designed the course, they are easy to follow. Meetings of the Support Group are usually held on the first Wednesday of each month in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Hall, corner of Penrice Road and Park Tce, Nuriootpa (opposite the High School) at 2pm. These meetings may be helpful to anyone who has recently been diagnosed and needs support from people who share their condition. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 5 at 2pm. There will be guest
Barossa Solace At the September meeting of the Barossa Fibromyalgia / Arthritis Support Group several members who had recently completed the â€œActively Ageingâ€?course shared their experience of this course and the benefits they had gained from the simple exercises taught. As the exercises are demonstrated on a DVD
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Come and explore the eclectic range of non-fiction, fiction and childrenâ€™s secondhand books, magazines and videos. The selection will be replenished daily. As usual prices are reasonable. Bring your own shopping bag and fill it for $8 or, for an extra $1.50, fill a purple library bag. For more information ask at the library or phone Jill Stevens on 0419 862 776. Last month the Friends held their annual general meeting at which a new committee was elected as follows: president Jill Stevens, vice-president Adelaide Abbott, hon secretary Bill Biscoe, hon
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FLYING HIGH: Lyndoch’s St Jakobi Lutheran School students model an aeroplane. Bridgette Kies). With everything on offer, it makes for a great day out for the whole family,” she said. Following the event, the St Jakobi students look forward to presenting a cheque of part proceeds to Camp Quality. The day begins at 10am and finishes at 4pm. Entry is only $20 for adults, $5 for children or $50 for a family. In addition, the community is invited to join in the inaugural Barossa Airshow dinner on Saturday, November 5.
A delicious, three-course meal accompanied by premium Barossa wine await those who attend. Guest speakers will includes Matt Hall, local identities and the Chopper Chicks. The dinner will be held in the Valley of Hope Centre, St Jakobi Lutheran School form 6pm to 11pm. Tickets are $50, which includes a complimentary drink on arrival, but are limited. To book or for more details, phone 8524 4137.
THE students and staff at St Jakobi School, Lyndoch, are flying high in anticipation for the Barossa Airshow. Organisers have been working hard to secure plenty of key attractions for the event, to be held on Sunday, November 6 at Rowland Flat airstrip. The family fun day will involve aerobatic pilot Matt Hall, the RAAF Roulettes, Chris Sperou in his Pitts Super Stinker, plus 15 ground displays. Chris Sperou became a pilot in 1960, after working as a professional fisherman and refrigeration mechanic. After he obtained his pilot’s licence, Chris began teaching himself aerobatics and went on to win the Australian Aerobatic Championship, not once but 13 times. Plus, he competed five times at the World Aerobatic Championships. According to St Jakobi School principal Kathryn Kreig, the school community can’t wait to put on another airshow spectacular. “Our fantastic teams will look after you on the day. The catering team is preparing some tasty, great value food,” she said. “The final touches are in place from car parking through to fun rides, stalls and amusements (organised by
Artisans flock to Greenock clothing, jewellery and tools. The Greenock artisans will once again join together at the town square from 5.30 to 9.30pm. It’s a chance for the public to purchase candles, mosaics,
knitted toys, plants, jewellery, wine and much more. The first event kicks off on Friday, October 14 and follows on November 11, December 2, January 13, February 10 and March 9.
In addition, there will be live entertainment and a selection of great food. So come along and join in with the locals for a great night. For more details, phone 0410 183 215.
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Town fair a community affair IF YOU enjoy a good fair,then Springton is the place to be on October 23. Organised by the town’s Progress Association, the event promises to have something for everyone. Attractions will include a bouncy castle, rock climbing, show rides, food and a variety of stalls.
The event will be held in Springton Hall at Graetz Terrace, Springton, from 11am to 4pm. Proceeds from the event will go the Springton Progress Association Inc, which is a not-for-profit group. The group provides community events and is responsible for maintaining some of the town’s property.
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FOLLOWING the Youth Advisory Committee’s recent Film Friday featuring ‘How I Met Your Mother’, another film event has been organised. This time young people, aged between 13-25, can laugh the night away on Friday, October 7, with footage from a selection of stand up comedians such as
Ross Noble, Arj Barker and Carl Barron. Held at Barossa Art Gallery, Basedow Road, Tanunda, entry is $5 with a snack bar available. Doors open at 6.30pm with the films to run from 7pm to 10pm. Don’t forget to bring beans bags and cushions to settle in for a great night’s viewing.
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EVER been to the Kapunda Celtic Festival? Well then make the time this month as a host of free and interactive events await young and old in Kapunda over three days. The 36th event involves The Storytellers Guild ready to tell their fascinating stories, bands, musicians, there will be a street parade and stalls. Organisers have worked to include plenty to see and do such as a singing competition, with prize money. The Kapunda Chapel Theatre will present a Celtic concert on the Saturday (October 15) from 8pm, called History of Kapunda - A Celtic Tale. In addition to the Celtic fun, this year’s festival will involve the Mind Body and Spirit Fair. The Celtic Festival was first held in 1976 and has been staged annually since the making it the longest Celtic Festival in Australia. The Celtic origins extend back to the 19th century when Kapunda Celtic community celebrated St Patrick’s Day. Following the discovery of copper in the mid-19th century, a commercial wine was developed, which attracted miners from Cornwall, Wales and Ireland to the town of Kapunda. The formation of the festival was motivated by the townspeoples’ wish to celebrate Celtic heritage. To be part of the fun, be sure to mark October 14, 15 and 16 on your calendar.
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PROUD MOMENT: Roseworthy’s Callum Rawlinson presented a premiership medal to Geelong footballer Jimmy Bartel on Saturday during the AFL grand final in Melbourne.
ROSEWORTHY Auskicker Callum Rawlinson was the envy of all his school friends on the weekend. The nine-year-old participated in one of the biggest weekends on the Australian sporting calendar, the 2011 Toyota AFL Grand Final. Callum, a participant at the Freeling NAB AFL Auskick centre, had the time of his life during a weekend of action-packed activity. Accompanied by his father David, Callum kicked the weekend off in style at the NAB AFL Auskicker of the Year Awards dinner where he stepped onto the MCG turf for the first time before being presented with his official playing jumper by the 2011 NAB AFL Rising Star, Dyson Heppell. On Friday, Callum, marched alongside fellow Auskickers and the two competing grand final teams through the streets of Melbourne for the traditional Toyota AFL Grand Final Parade, and if that wasn’t enough, he was back at the MCG on Grand Final day to play footy at halftime and to present the Geelong’s Jimmy Bartel with his 2011 Premiership Medal. Callum said the best part was playing on the MCG at half time. “It was so exciting to play in front of so many people on the MCG, and getting to present a premiership medal to Jimmy Bartel with all my friends watching on TV was really cool too,” Callum said. Callum’s opportunity to participate in this once in a lifetime Grand Final experience came to life through NAB’s Auskicker of the Year competition, which exists to reward Auskick participants across the country for their teamwork and dedication to the sport. Every week, 168,000 children and their parents head to one of 2,800 Auskick centres across the country to participate in NAB AFL Auskick. NAB is dedicated to giving back to the community through programs such as Auskick, which offers families an accessible and affordable community activity in a safe and friendly environment.
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VOLUNTEER work for the Liberal Party by Pauline Davids and Bronwyn Helps has been recognised at a ceremony at Cafe Nova in Gawler. A large number of family and friends along with Dr Bruce Eastick, Neil Andrew and Malcolm Buckby, all past local members of parliament in both State and Federal, were in attendance and paid great tribute to these two hardworking ladies. Cosie Costa, president of the Light Liberal branch
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Spectator fun at the Hillclimb this month HILLCLIMB competitor and 10 times Australian Champion Peter Gumley is keen to protect his SA title and record. Gumley will come head-to-head with local and Victorian challengers to keep both his title and his Collingrove outright record at the PhoenixPM South Australian Hillclimb Championships, to be held at Collingrove Hillclimb on October 15 and 16. In addition, Tanunda man Stan Ward will drive his Elfin 623. Together with this outright tussle, there will be 80 other cars in various classes striving for class records and personal bests. The largest group is the 19 cars in the road-registered 4WD class where a dour struggle between Evo’s, WRX, Skyline, Audi’s, and Mazda will be a feature. A top-ten shoot out feature will close the event on Sunday. This will feature the fastest ‘open top’ cars and the fastest ‘tin tops’ in an outright dash for cash.
Featured in this contest will be Kevin Mackrell’s self-engineered 6.6 litre, 4WD Datsun 260Z, truly a fire breathing monster. A keen contest is expected in the Marque Sports group pitching Hillclimb veterans Peter Hall, Norm Goodall, Peter Smeets against youthful Tom Ferguson in an intriguing contest between Datsun, Porsche and Toyota. According to organisers, the event is great for family with a great choice of viewing positions in a beautiful setting. Bring a picnic or support the on course catering, featuring some of Barossa’s best. Admission is $10 per person or $20 per car load. Collingrove Hillclimb is located at Hillclimb Road, Mt McKenzie, just 8km south of Angaston on the Eden Valley Road. The meeting is arranged by the Sporting Car Club of South Australia,
Jacob’s visit to the town, plus the community buried a time capsule. On Sunday, November 6, the town will again celebrate SA’s birthday and open the capsule. The day will begin with a luncheon at the Strait Gate hall from noon. The public is asked to bring a plate of either savoury or sweet to
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Light Pass open time capsule A TIME capsule buried at Light Pass will be unearthed in November to mark SA’s 175th birthday. It was 25 years ago when the small Barossa town held a weekend of celebrations to commemorate SA’s Jubilee 150 years. Back then the town organised a re-enactment of Colonel William Light and
share and refreshments, with tea and coffee supplied. There will be photos and memorabilia on display and those who joined in for celebrations 25 years ago are encouraged to share their memories and stories. After lunch, the time capsule will be opened with the contents put on display for all to see.
The capsule will be re-filled with present day objects and buried again and remain there until 2036 when SA celebrates its 200th anniversary. Light Pass Primary School will be open to the public for those keen to see changes over the past years. Also, the students will be involved in activities at the school.
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Geologist Cecil Madigan then led the first major expedition across the desert in 1939, naming it after Alfred Allen Simpson, the president of the South Australian branch of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia. The 50th Anniversary Nissan Patrol crossing will largely follow the Spriggs’ original route. It will be led by an identical Nissan Patrol G60 to that used on the first crossing, crewed by Doug and Margaret Sprigg, who today run the Arkaroola Sanctuary. The actual Nissan Patrol used in 1962 disappeared many years ago and Nissan Australia is staging a country-wide search to locate it in time for the 50th anniversary celebrations. Reg Sprigg chose the Nissan Patrol G60 for the crossing based on its strength and suitability for the harsh desert terrain and at a time before the establishment of Nissan Australia in 1966. Based on the first short wheelbase Nissan Patrol developed in 1951 for military use, his Patrol featured a 3,956cc overhead valve straight sixcylinder petrol engine, a three-speed dual range transmission, live axles and leaf springs. A highlight of the re-enactment crossing of the Simpson Desert will be the erection of a 50th Anniversary cairn near Birdsville. A documentary film will be made of the re-enactment while Nissan Patrol owners from around Australia will be invited to celebrate its conclusion in Birdsville.
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Community News Barossa Lutheran Women
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS – AMENDED NOTICE Nominations are hereby called to fill four (4) positions on the Hills Area Health Advisory Council at the Annual General Meeting, being (1) from the Northern Adelaide Hills Local Community for a term of (3) years and (2) from the Strathalbyn Local Community for a term of (3) years, and (1) casual position from the Mt Barker Local Community for a term of (1) year. Nominations must be in writing, signed by two residents of the same local community and the nominee, who must also be a resident of the same local community. The AGM will be held on Monday 14 November 2011 at 7.00 pm in the Jan Murray Day Centre, Gumeracha District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, 2 Albert Street, Gumeracha, when voting shall take place if more than the required number of nominees have been received. Nomination forms are available from each of the hospital reception areas (Strathalbyn, Mt Barker, Gumeracha and Mt Pleasant) or by telephone 8209 9204 and must be received by the Returning Officer by 12.00 noon on Monday 24 October 2011. ‘Community member’ is a collective term referring to persons who live in the local council area or who live outside the local council area but who use or may use services provided by or associated with the local Health Service. ‘Mt Barker Local Community’ means people who live near or who use or may use services provided by or associated with the Mt Barker District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital. ‘Northern Adelaide Hills Local Community’ means people who live near or who use or may use services provided by or associated with the Mt Pleasant District Hospital and/or the Gumeracha District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital. ‘Strathalbyn Local Community’ means people who live near or who use or may use services provided by or associated with the Strathalbyn and District Health Service. Nino DiSisto Returning Officer C/- Gumeracha District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital PO Box 16, Gumeracha SA 5233 HEALTH012572
IT WAS obviously the season of spring when over 70 Lutheran women met recently for their annual Fellowship Day, as the venue, St Petri Church and hall at Eden Valley, was decorated with lovely arrangements of spring flowers, especially tulips of many shades. The theme for the day was “from little things big things grow”, and a pictorial presentation of the theme, which had been prepared by Paula Starke, was shown prior to the commencement of morning and afternoon sessions. Pastor John Thiel conducted the opening service, using the theme as the topic for his address. Pastor Thiel drew attention to the packet of tiny seeds attached to the programs - the seeds of the Eucalyptus Tenera. How amazing that from these tiny specks a mighty gum tree grows. Members were welcomed by chairperson for the day Grace Kroehn (Springton Fellowship). Lyn Bartholomaeus (Eden Valley) acted as secretary. Brief histories of the
host groups were read. Eden Valley was formed 63 years ago, Springton 73 years ago. The first guest speaker was Matthew Huckel who works as a music therapist with Disability SA. Matthew uses music (vocal and instrumental) to aid in the rehabilitation of braindamaged people. A film was shown about four of Matthew’s clients and their response to his therapy. We next heard from Robyn Richter of Barossa Lutheran Community Care. Robyn told us that the demand for emergency relief grows daily, but remarked that most of the Barossa community seem oblivious to this need. After singing table grace we adjourned to the hall to enjoy fellowship over a delicious shared lunch and to browse at “The Cottage” Bookshop display. The opening devotion for the afternoon session was prepared by Val Hentschke, who spoke from the heart about personal experiences she had shared with her Sunday School class years ago. To this day some from that class still remember her words. The second guest
Attention: Sports Fans Want to hear all about the AFL hey days of the 80’s and 90’s??? Then come along to the Vine Inn on Friday October 14 from 6:00pm onwards and listen to Doug ‘the Hawk’ Hawkins and Robert ‘Dipper’ Dipierdomenico.
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If you have the day off and want to squeeze a hit of golf in as well, you are in luck. The Hawk and Dipper will also be appearing (and playing) at the Barossa Valley Golf Club earlier the same day. Cost is $50 for the golf which includes your green fees, lunch and soft drinks. The golf will be a 4 person Ambrose event with all tickets available from Damien Geyer on the above details. Teams of 4 must be booked asap or individuals can book with Damien and be placed in a team.
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speaker was Kay Herring speaking about volunteering in Switzerland while the w o r l d - w i d e o r g a n i s a t i o n “Initiatives of Change” (formerly Moral Rearmament) held conferences at Mountain House, a beautiful former palace which has since been a hotel, hospital and now conference centre for part of the year. The conferences aimed to inspire, support and equip delegates to work to bring about changes for the better in their home countries. Kay’s duties were in housekeeping, preparing rooms for delegates. Reports from Tanunda Lutheran Home (Lyn Hayman), LCC Care and Clothing Advisory Committee (Rosina Lange) and Barossa Retreat Committee (Margaret Spike) followed. The offering received totalled $677, to be divided equally between Amandus (Disability Ministry), Australian Lutheran College Auxiliary and Debora Orphanage, Indonesia. Maralyn Bartholomaeus was pianist/organist and Kayleen Gerhardy was power-point presenter for the day. Guest speakers were presented with gifts of Gully Gardens products. Margaret Georg delivered the closing devotion, and the final hymn “O for a Faith that will not Shrink” was sung. The next Fellowship Day will be hosted by Lyndoch-Rowland Flat Fellowships in September 2012.
Lutheran Community Care Lutheran Community Care in conjunction with the Australian Taxation Office are once again offering their free “Tax Help” service. To be eligible your income must be below $50,000 and your tax affairs must be simple. Tax Help volunteers are available until the end of October to assist people prepare basic individual tax returns. Tax Help can assist eligible taxpayers in the following areas • Preparing straight forward tax returns for low income people • Complete a nonlodgment advice for those who do not need to submit a tax return Tax Help volunteers are not able to assist tax payers with more complex tax affairs such as income from business, investment properties, rent, voluntary agreements or royalties. Each individual tax return requires one appointment time. (ie: couples require two appointments) For more information and appointments call Lutheran Community Care, 16 Gawler Street Nuriootpa, on 8562 2688.
Barossa Fibromyalgia The August meeting of the Barossa Fibromyalgia / Arthritis Support Group was a follow up discussion of ways to make tasks in the home and garden simpler and less painful for those with problems associated with arthritis and fibromyalgia. At the September meeting of the Barossa
Fibromyalgia / Arthritis Support Group several members who had recently completed the “ A c t i v e l y Ageing”course shared their experience of this course and the benefits they had gained from the simple exercises taught. As the exercises are demonstrated on a DVD presented by the physiotherapist who designed the course, they are easy to follow. Meetings of the Support Group are usually held on the first Wednesday of each month in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Hall, corner of Penrice Road and Park Tce, Nuriootpa at 2pm. These meetings may be helpful to anyone who has recently been diagnosed and needs support from people who share their condition. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 5 at 2pm. There will be guest speaker who will introduce a different form of exercise Nordic Walking, which uses walking poles suited to each individual - especially in relation to those with Fibromyalgia. For further information, please phone Ros at 8562 1105. There is a “Moving towards wellness” sixweek course planned to begin in October, to be held in Tanunda (behind the Hospital). This course is beneficial to anyone with a chronic illness of any kind, to help them live with their condition. For more information, please contact Barossa Health Community Services on 8563 8544.
Time running out for rural applications RURAL women have just two weeks remaining to get their applications in for the 2012 RIRDC Rural Women’s Award. Applications for the peak national award close on October 15 - World Rural Women’s Day. Rural women are encouraged to enter themselves or to nominate someone they think is making, or could make, a real difference to their community. The award is open to all women involved in primary industries, including forestry and fisheries, natural resource management and related service industries. The 2012 RIRDC Rural Women’s Award provides financial assistance, mentoring and access to a nationwide network of business and community leaders for the selected winners. Winners are selected for each state and a national winner is also chosen. Each applicant is asked to submit a proposal, or vision, that will improve Australia’s rural communities and State and Territory winners will receive a $10,000 financial bursary to implement that vision. The state and territory winners and runners up will also have the
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opportunity to undertake the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) Company Directors Course and be supported with 12 months of facilitated individual strategic leadership support. The aim of the award is to support women with demonstrated leadership capabilities who have the desire and commitment to make an even greater contribution to their industries and communities. The Award is an initiative of the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation in partnership with the state and territory agencies responsible for agriculture, primary industries and resources. RIRDC acknowledges the support of the Award’s national partner, the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and the Award’s national sponsors - Westpac Banking Corporation, ABC Radio and Rural Press Ltd. NOTE: Applications can be downloaded and submitted online from the RIRDC website: www.rirdc.gov.au firstname.lastname@example.org
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Passed away September 29 at Kapunda Hospital Aged 61 years. Daughter of Harry & Edna Jackson (both deceased). Loved and loving wife of Ian. Loving mother and mother-in-law of Justin and Nadine, Carmel and Shaun, Christopher and Krista. Loving nan of Amanda, James, Phillip, Abbey, Jacob and Jordan. Sadly missed and Forever in our Hearts. BAVERSTOCK, Anne September 29th, 2011 Loving sister & sister-in-law of Sue & Ron. Loving aunt to Alan, Melissa & Lyndall and families. So Proud of You
Christopher (Chris) 25-9-1962 to 2-10-2011
From the moment I met you I knew you were the one Every day that we shared together We always had fun Of all the times we shared together I will never forget your warm heart, Cheeky smile and strong strength. Words cannot express the heartache I have My darling you were not only my husband, You were also my best friend. My heart will be yours for an eternity it's true. I know you're in a better place now. I want you to know I love and will never forget you. Love your loving wife Tania xxx Dearest Daddy, Your battle is now over, no more tears flowing down your cheek, no more pain, no more suffering, now you are no longer weak. I still do not understand why this had to happen to you, but I am proud to say you are my dad, the greatest man I ever knew. Although you will not be here to walk me down the aisle, when the day comes I know you will be by my side with a smile. You were always there for me and never once made me cry, until the day you closed your eyes and had to say goodbye. Now you are my Angel, so spread your wings out wide, please wrap them around me whenever you see me cry. Our time together was memorable and God took you way too fast, But the most precious thing to me was you being there for my first breath, and me being there for your last. Love always your loving daughter Amanda and loving son in law Ben. xxxx Dear Dad, I wish I could see you one more time Come walking through my door, But I know that is impossible I will hear your voice no more. I know you can feel my tears And you don't want me to cry Yet, my heart is broken Because I can't understand why Someone so precious had to die I pray that God will give me strength And somehow get me through As I struggle with this heartache That was caused by losing you. In precious memory of Chris Glaetzer who walked through heaven's gate 2/10/11
GLAETZER, Chris You were the bravest man we have ever met. You never complained when it got too much, so goodbye to our brother-inlaw. Sharyn & Michael and much loved Uncle of Joshua & Reece. You will be sadly issed.
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.
GLAETZER, Chris. Goodbye to our son-in-law. You were taken too soon from us. You fought a courageous battle. We've got so many special memories. You will always be loved. Love Mum & Dad Cundy.
HAY OATEN WHEATEN Hay from $35 roll Phone Peter & Bev Grocke 0429 694 058 or 8563 2113
GLAETZER Chris Forever in our hearts as an amazing husband and father, whose family was his world. James, Erin, Ava & Kingston XXX
FUNERAL NOTICES BAVERSTOCK THE RELATIVES and FRIENDS of the late ANTHEA LORRAINE (Anne) BAVERSTOCK are respectfully informed that her Funeral Service will be conducted TOMORROW MORNING, October 6, commencing at 10.00 a.m. in the Anglican Christ Church, Branson Street, Kapunda, afterwhich her Funeral Cortege will proceed to the Clare Road Cemetery for the Committal Prayers.
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THANKYOU I WISH TO THANK everyone for the gifts, cards and best wishes for my 70th birthday. OWEN SCHUTZ.
REUNIONS GILL FAMILY AND HAMILTON S.A. The annual reunion and pooled lunch will be held at Gill Park, Hamilton, on Sunday 9th October, 2011, at 12 midday. Family AGM 11 a.m. Enquiries 85662167
FOR SALE Love your loving son Shaun xx Goodbye Dad, I'll see you soon I'll remember all the good times And we will think of you each and everyday I'm so sad to see you go This I hope you will know I know you're in heaven up above Watching over me with your love So until we meet again I'll do what I can to make you proud Even though we are apart Dad, you will live on within my heart Love always Sarah xxx GLAETZER, Chris (Glaetzol) 49 years young. Chris's smile is gone forever and his hand we cannot touch, we will always have the memories of the friend we loved so much. In the arms of the angels. Your loving friends Scott & Natasha Goldsmith Paul & Gino Pozzan
ATTENTION HORSE OWNERS - Quality Lucerne Hay $9.90 including GST. Delivered 40 bale lots or more. Ph. 85645083 Barossa New Life Church TREASURE CHEST - FURNITURE MART 10 Murray St, Nuriootpa Tel. 85622988 Monday - Friday 9am - 4pm Saturday 9am - 12pm 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
LEADLIGHT - Local, professional affordable leadlight. I'll come to you, or call at Gawler Glass Design studio, 58 Yettie Rd, Williamstown. Weekly classes. Bob Pirch 85247241 MAINS pressure blue line poly from $37 roll. Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. Ph: 85232350 NEED A PUMP? For all your needs, Gawler Irrigation, Lot 11, Paxton Street, WILLASTON. Ph: 85232350 PLANTS - Natives, perennials, tube stock, water wise etc. MORNING STAR NURSERY Lot 1 Cossins St., Kapunda. Ph: 85663952. Open Thursday to Sunday 9am- 5pm. 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 SLASHING, MOWING, whipper snipping. Backyards to acres. Truck & tractor hire. Competitive rates. Ph: Bill 0419807492 AH. 85628055 for free quote. STORMWATER 90mm pipe $13 and fittings. Gawler Irrigation Lot 11, Paxton Street, Willaston. 85232350
SALVAGE YARD 702 Stockwell Road, Angaston Open:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat 9am - 12 noon Timber, steel, bricks, stone, s/w pipes, gates, windows, louvre glass, doors, reo, formply, iron, galv & colorbond. Always buying and selling quality second hand building materials. PHONE 8564 2900
BAVERSTOCK Anthea Lorraine (Anne)
CLEARING SALE Preliminary Notice Mt Mary Saturday 5th November 2011
Antiques & Memorabilia Old & Interesting Items The Last Sale Of Mt Maryâ€™s Memorabilia A Sale Not To Be Missed Further Entries Invited Full Details Later
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TO GIVEAWAY FREE - Analogue TV's current till Dec 2013. Several to choose from. H.G. Humphrys, 134 Murray Street, Gawler 85221111 KELPIE X 14 months old. Ph: 85662923
CASH FOR BOTTLES & CANS. Wine bottles, batteries, phone Lange's Can & Bottle Depot on 85642292 for trading hours, 20 Newcastle St, Angaston. ENGEL & WAECO 12/24/240 volt fridge /freezers. All models. Best prices in the State. Gawler Fishing & Outdoors 85226200
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BELINDA'S PAMPERED PETS NURIOOTPA Professional dog clipping, heated hydrobathing, blowdrying & nails for all breeds. LARGE & SMALL by an animal lover. Ph: 0418810323 HOOTZ DOG GROOMING Mobile. Qualified groomer. Nuriootpa Ph: Justin 0406840020
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.
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BUSINESS FOR SALE EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Greenock IGA. Plant, stock & equipment. Flexible lease. Ph: 85628056
KAPUNDA 3 b.r. house, R/C A/C, L/up garage, encl b/yd, b.i.r.'s all rooms. $230 /wk. Short term lease. Available 17th Oct. Ph: 0414934165
HEALTH & BEAUTY
GARAGE SALES DINING TABLE, side board, dresser, single bed with mattress + trundle + dressing table. Glassware, crockery, household items, tools, toys, DVD's + games. 5 Orchard Court, Nuriootpa. Saturday 8th October, 9am - 3pm. FURNITURE, machinery, plants, bric-abrac, pergola 5m x 3m x 2.2m, garage 6m x 6m, toolshed 3m x 3m, carport 3m x 3m. Buyer to remove. Ride-on mower MTD 9 h.p. 2 Ey Grove, Evanston. 8th & 9th October. 9am - 3pm. GARAGE SALE - 8th October, 2011. Lutheran Church Hall, South Tce., KAPUNDA. 9am-1pm. 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 SATURDAY 8 October - Homburg Street, Tanunda. 8.30am - 12 noon. Look for signs! Moving Sale - Shed/office clear out (hardware materials, computer parts & cables), Kids gear, Books, General Household, BBQ (3 burner). Come & grab a bargain!!!
Community Helpers Inc DONATIONS
Of clothing & bric-a-brac WH53419
For our Tanunda Shop 119 Murray Street Phone 8563 1105 Furniture Welcome Nuriootpa Warehouse 85622786 Working for Carers Link and other charities
ENERGY HEALING - Bring your mind and body back into balance. Access Bars, Quantum BioEnergetic Balancing, Reiki, Energy Healing, Pranic Healing and Spiritual Healing. Jyakin - Heart of Light Healing Kapunda 0409-131038 or 8566-2929 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 THERAPIST Helen Brighenti. Deep tissue massage, myofascial cupping, dry needling, skeletal mobilisation. 1⁄2 hr appointments available. AAMT member. Health Care rebates apply. Working Monday - Thursday. Call 85630142 or 0412482196 for an appointment.
Pyjama Party Friday 21st October 2011 7pm-Late with DJ Dave Steinert Clubhouse - Tanunda Admission: $15.00 BYO supper Raffles on the night Complimentary champagne on arrival Tickets: Lisa Mob – 0427 395 932 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ABBA GOLD (The Flaming Sambucas) Tribute Show
ARTISANS AT GREENOCK MARKET Greenock Town Square Friday Evenings 5.30pm - 8.30pm Live music, food, wine, unique stalls. Oct 14th, Nov.11th, Dec. 2nd, Jan.13th, Feb. 10th, March 9th. KAPUNDA Indoor Market Celtic Weekend 15th & 16th October CWA Hall - Main Street 9.00 - 3.00 - FREE ENTRY Welcome to browse Stall holders welcome (Public Risk Insurance essential) www.kapundacommunitycraftshop.org .au Enquiries - Phone 85662241
Strathalbyn Harness Race Track Sunday 16th October, 2011 Sellers 6am, Buyers 6.30am Fully Catered, Show & Shine. Enquire 0423 524 481, 8552 1042
Saturday November 5th 8pm @ Barossa Arts & Convention Centre Brenton Langbein Theatre, Magnolia Rd, Tanunda
CASH FOR SCRAP METAL I AM LOCAL. Ph: 0411165694 WANTED GRAZING LAND. Eden Valley /Flaxmans Valley and Barossa Ranges. Sheep only. Hills or vineyard, agistment or lease. Payment in advance. Ph. 0418851483
CHIROPRACTOR. Dr Kana Nathan 39 Murray St, Angaston. Consulting Saturdays Ph. 85642882 CIVIL CELEBRANT - Angela Nielsen Ceremonies designed for you. Marriages, namings, committment and renewal of vows. Ph: 0408107940 or 85642773 LEADLIGHT STUDIO make new, repair old, traditional to contemporary. For quality & competitive prices contact Tracy 85246959 Willliamstown
SUFFERING FROM ACHES & PAINS? Feeling stressed or unwell? RELAX, RESTORE, REVITALISE! Remedial massage, Scenar Therapy or Reflexology can help! Treatments are tailored to your needs for best results. Gov. Accr. Practitioner with over 10 years professional experience. For your appointment phone Elwine 0419820921. Health fund rebates are available.
08 8561 4299 Price: $42.60 Adult $38.60 Concession $34.60 Group (8+)
Proceeds to Barossa Area Fundraisers For Cancer Inc
HANDS ON DOGS Providing services for your dogs. Grooming, massage, convalescence care. Call Jenny on 85232452 Gawler or 0423 474 287
WANTED ANY SCRAP METAL Will pay cash for the removal of yours. Ph: 0412259039
CHIMNEY CLEANING Local Barossa Service Phone: David 0407189215
Proudly sponsored by the Herald
STRATHALBYN SWAP MEET
BAROSSA GARDENING AND MOWING SERVICE Lawnmowing and Gardening Evap Aircon Service/Repair Chimney Cleaning/Service Call David 0407189215
MARRIAGE CELEBRANT - Margaret Curd Perfect ceremonies designed for you. Please call me 0423205140
J.W. SMART WOOLBUYERS PTY LTD. Will buy all types. Flexible hours. Ph: 0417878486 - jwsmartbigpond.com
POLY FABRICATION, Welding & Tank Repairs. All sizes. All Areas. We can Supply valves, pipes & fittings. 25 years experience. Dalkeith Plastics Pty Ltd. Ph: 83474244 www.dalkeithplastics.com
Raising funds for Breast Cancer
HYDROPAWS 4pawfectpaws. Mobile nose to tail pet care. Heated hydrobath, blowdry, nails & clipping. Ph: Bridget 0488444542
POSTIE FASHIONS - Clearance Sale, 50% off - CASH ONLY - Thursday 13th October, 12noon to 6pm. CWA HALL, Murray Street,Tanunda. Summer Garments on display. Postie Fashions sizes 6-28.
BALLROOM Dancing Classes Fri nights 7.30pm, Lyndoch hall. Ph:83692282 - all ages. www.bobandhalinasdance.com ZUMBA fitness classes $12 Wednesdays 10.15am & 6pm Greenock Institute. Thursdays 6pm Angaston Primary School Hall. Sue Evans Instructor 85628184
PERSONAL MT. PLEASANT area. Unrushed & personal 4 gents who prefer private. 0466964374
CASH FOR CARS and scrap metal. Ph: 0404856309
BOATS & MARINE
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QUALIFIED BUTCHER FOR BUSY SUPERMARKET Applications in writing to Tanunda Foodland Attn David Slade 119 Murray St, Tanunda
I GOT THE JOB! JOB WINNING RESUMES Professional Resume Service “To give you that job winning edge” Suite 3, Kaiser Stuhl Office Building, Beckwith Park, 30-38 Tanunda Road Nuriootpa 8562
KAPUNDA & DISTRICTS KENNEL & OBEDIENCE DOG CLUB INC.
BAROSSA EXTERIOR RESTORATION & PAINTING SERVICE Roof seal & painting, stone and brick restoration. Multi skilled labour available. Exterior excellence. Ph: Steve 0434042793 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 PAINTER Local experience. Quality work. Free quote. Ph: Peter 0417805982 Lic. No. BLD48086 ROLLER shutter repairs 08 85662922
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Wednesday, 26th October, 2011 To be held at the Clubrooms at 7.30pm MEMBERS COME ALONG AND HAVE YOUR SAY – WE NEED YOUR ATTENDANCE
DEVELOPMENT ACT 1933
Written applications, referring to the relevant position and addressing the selection criteria, should be forwarded in confidence to the Chief Executive Officer, The Barossa Council, PO Box 867, Nuriootpa 5355 or email email@example.com by 5.00pm on Monday 24th October 2011
The Barossa Council is committed to EEO Principles, workplace diversity and professional development.
Please forward applications to: McGuigan Barossa Valley PO Box 62 Hermann Thumm Drive Lyndoch SA 5351 firstname.lastname@example.org
NATURE OF THE DEVELOPMENT Construction of Bed and Breakfast accommodation ancillary to the dwelling on the land SUBJECT LAND
Brian Carr Chief Executive Officer
7 West Terrace KAPUNDA, Lot 2 DP 40421, Hd Kapunda
ROAD CLOSURES ANGAS PARK FRUIT COMPANY “100 YEAR CELEBRATION” Friday 7 October 2011
CERTIFICATE OF TITLE Volume 5212 Folio 839
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 5.00p.m. on Wednesday, 19th October 2011. 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.
SIGNED: Jake McVicar - Authorised Officer DATE: 5 October 2011 THIS IS THE FIRST AND ONLY PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
EMPLOYMENT DIRECTIONS (Staehr Street Incorporated) Invites all interested persons to attend our ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING to be held on Tuesday 25 October 2011 at 4:00pm St Petri Lutheran Church 21 Second Street Nuriootpa SA 5355 Light Refreshments provided from 3:45pm
Persons taking part are exempted from all Australian Road Rules relating to pedestrian behaviour.
Above award wages with performance based incentive available to the right applicant.
For enquiries please contact The Barossa Council 8563 8444
RSVP – Kahla Abley Phone: 8523 8211 by Monday 17 October 2011
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN Applications to: The Service Manager 175 Murray Streeet, Tanunda 5352
The next Infrastructure & Regulatory Services Committee meeting will be held Wednesday, 2 November 2011 at 5.00 pm at the Kapunda Council Offices.
Magnolia Road Tanunda, Between Menge Road and Light Pass Road will be closed to traffic between 7.30am and 12.30pm and Research Road, Tanunda From Magnolia Road for a distance of 800 metres will be closed to traffic between 7.30am and 12.30pm
with ever-increasing popularity of the Toyota product and strong growth occurring within our service department we require an additional qualified
Must have manual license, no lifting restictions Immediate start, competitive wages.
APPLICANT ADDRESS Tony Wilson PO Box 55 KAPUNDA SA 5373
2011 BAROSSA DUATHLON Sunday 16 October 2011
Barossa Valley Toyota
Tyre Fitting, Service fitting counter sales.
DEVELOPMENT NO. 313/321/2011
Murray Street, Angaston Between Schilling Street and North Street Closed to traffic between 6.00am and 3.00pm
Applications close Friday 14th October 2011 ‘Australian Vintage Limited is an Equal Opportunity Employer’
Beaurepaires, one of Australia’s leading tyre retailers is currently seeking a Service Tyre Fitter to join the team in our Tanunda store. We have an exciting opportunity to join our team. Multi-task and work in various roles required.
Details of the application are as follows:-
McGuigan Barossa Valley is seeking experienced Cellar Hands to help accommodate with vintage requirements. Previous experience and/or additional qualifications are essential. Applicants with a forklift licence would be looked upon favourably. We are looking for enthusiastic, reliable and cooperative people to assist our existing employees. Successful applicants are required to have their own transport and be able to work rotating shifts, including weekends.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Light Regional Council Infrastructure & Regulatory Services Committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday, 5 October 2011 has been, following consultation with members of the Committee, cancelled.
Position Descriptions are available on www.barossa.sa.gov.au and further information can be obtained by contacting Ms Lorraine Walsh, Executive Assistant, on 85638401.
2011 VINTAGE CELLAR HAND POSITIONS
Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with the Council for a development assesment.
Bring all of this to the table, and we'll provide a great corporate culture, opportunity for professional development, a progressive organisation, an attractive remuneration package - all in the beautiful Barossa.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT Pursuant to section 38 (5) of the Development Act, 1993
Infrastructure & Regulatory Services Committee Meeting - October 2011 Cancelled
To be successful in this role, you will have experience in policy development, strong executive relationship and stakeholder management experience, the ability to think strategically while also executing operationally. Local Government experience would be valuable, but not necessary. You will have a tertiary qualification in OD, HR or related area.
LIGHT REGIONAL COUNCIL
Light Regional Council
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
Responsible for driving Council's continuous improvement programs, corporate planning and performance, organisational culture, and human resources, this key role reports directly to the CEO. Council seeks a high-powered, talented, lateralthinking while process-driven Organisational Development professional capable of taking Council to the next level.
Call Gemma 0384167343 or email email@example.com
WORK POSITION AVAILABLE Wanted, very casual but ongoing handyman/carpenter. Looking for a retired or sem-retired person only. Must have own tools and be an experienced carpenter. Approx. two months work (casual one / two days per week) available at Para Hills property and ongoing work at Gawler River area property. Cash paid per job on completion, to retired / sem-retired person on pension. Ph: 0421026922
Keep the Feeling! www.barossaherald.com.au
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COLOUR 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. Applicable to display: Positions Vacant, Coming Events, Public Notices and other boxed classifieds.
Stand out from the crowd!
Phone 8563 2041 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TENDERS & CONTRACTS
TENDERS & CONTRACTS
PROTECTION A STEP CLOSER FOR THE BAROSSA Urban Development, Planning and the City of Adelaide Minister, John Rau, has introduced legislation into state parliament this week to protect the Barossa and McLaren Vale districts. The legislation reflects feedback from more than 200 submissions received during public consultation. The Minister tabled the Bills – the Character Preservation (McLaren Vale) Bill 2011 and the Character Preservation (Barossa Valley) Bill 2011 on Wednesday 28 September. The Bills have been released for four weeks of public consultation to provide interested people and organisations the chance to review the draft legislation. The Bills and the maps are available for viewing online at www.sa.gov.au/planning/ publicconsultation
"Barossa, Gawler, Light, Mallala - working together"
“Barossa Training Fund Initiative” Call for expressions of interest Tenders are currently being sought from suitably qualified organisations to deliver the Barossa Training Fund Initiative. Residents of the Barossa region have below average levels of school achievement, with 36.2% of the population aged 15 years and older having completed Year 12 or equivalent. This compares to 44.6% of the State population. The aim of the Training fund is to redress this imbalance through providing training opportunities to South Australia Works participants in areas of locally identified need. The Barossa Training Fund will be used to skill and train South Australia Works participants to take advantage of opportunities for participation in the local labour force. Expressions of interest are now being sought from suitably qualified organisations with significant links to industry to develop and this exciting initiative. Organisations wishing to consider involvement in the delivery of this program should obtain a copy of the project brief and application form by contacting:
Felicity Trinne Manager, Operations & South Australia Works P: (08) 8563 3603 M: 0448 886 338 E: email@example.com Expressions of interest should be received by 4.30pm Monday, 24th October 2011.
"Barossa, Gawler, Light, Mallala - working together"
“Barossa Youth Engagement Project” Call for expressions of interest Tenders are currently being sought from suitably qualified organisations to deliver the Barossa Youth Engagement Project. The Barossa is a region in transition, central to future success is engaging our young people in training, skilling and employment pathways. This initiative will seek to engage young people with learning, work and community participation activities as a strategy to ensure that the Barossa will have a supply of local skilled labor into the future. The successful organisation will take a partnership approach with service providers working together to identify youth at risk in the region and developing ‘skilling pathways’ linked to locally available employment opportunities. Central to achieving this will be case management and the provision of ‘wrap around’ services to support young people in their transition to participation. Expressions of interest are now being sought from suitably qualified organisations with significant links to industry to develop and this exciting initiative. Organisations wishing to consider involvement in the delivery of this program should obtain a copy of the project brief and application form by contacting:
Felicity Trinne Manager, Operations & South Australia Works P: (08) 8563 3603 M: 0448 886 338 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Expressions of interest should be received by 4.30pm Monday, 24th October 2011.
THORPY’S NEVER ENDING BARGAINS Variety Bargain Store
AT AFFORD AB PRICES LE
Celebrating 20 Years of Trading in the Barossa! Specialising in
Including large range of Canvas, Oil and Acrylic Paints and Accessories Craft Accessories, Body Art, Drawing Accessories and Kids Art.
For the Beginner, Student and Professional
30A Murray Street, Nuriootpa SA Ph: 08 85622117 Open 6 Days WH1749946
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SPORTS GOLF BAROSSA VALLEY Saturday, Blue Course - Vine Inn Hotel Trophy. Total players 74; men 69; women five; visitors four. A grade winner: I Baldwin 66; B grade: C Campbell 68; C grade R Doecke 68. Ball winners: A grade (23 players); D McDonnell 72; P Jackson 73; G Bethune 75; N Ward 75. B grade (26 players): M Bogan 72; C Hamper 74; A Strawbridge 74; F Wheeler 75; B Lythgoe 76. C grade (20 players): B Weedon 69; T Bartlett 72; C Linden 72; G Maxted 72. Ladies: S Siviour 76. NTP: 3rd (Henschke Wines) P Butler; 4th (2nd shot, Laucke Mills) K Winton; 6th (Ian Devlin Golf) T Slavin; 12th (Guy Ewing Chemplus) M Schilling; 10th (2nd shot, Cellarmaster Wines) P McCarthy; 17th (Harbord Wines) C Berrndt. Regional Transport Training Services Long Drives: A grade: G Hunter; B grade S Richards; C grade: C Linden. Putting: S Blackmore (27 putts); Ladies: S Siviour (28 putts). Midweek, White Course: Ray Kraft Trophy. 25 players, three visitors. Day winner: R Thiele 37; runner up: P Morrison 36. Ball winners: R Kraft 34; B Lythgoe 33; G Burgess 33; J Adamson 33; P Frazer 32. NTP: 6th M Nichols; 15th (Barossa Physiotherapy) A Graham. 4BBB J Ortlieb 44pts; R Thiele. KAPUNDA Ladies Stroke/Final monthly medal, sponsored by Paul McCarthy. Division One: Winner R Rule 75 nett; runner up L Bashford 77 nett. Division Two: Winner M Browne 75 nett. NTP (sponsored by Ian Devlin Golf): Division One - C Pfitzner; Division Two - M Browne. Long Drive (sponsored by Barossa Clothing Company): Division One: Carolyn Koch. Winner of final of Monthy Medal Rosanne Rule 75 pts. Kapunda Ladies Open Day was held on September 16 and 54 ladies competed in lovely weather. A Grade: winner D Watkins (Mt Pleasant); runner up E Hollis (Penfield). B grade: Winner K Barr (Gawler); runner up M Daniel (Kapunda). C grade: winner F Henschke (Mt Pleasant); runner up M Browne (Kapunda). MT PLEASANT Saturday - stroke W James Trophy. A grade: R Jackson 69 winner; N Wilson 70 2; D Swann 71 3; A Wake 72 4; J Zerk 5th= 73; L Claridge 5th= 73. Match play final: S Tregenza d N Wilson 2 up. Midweek - Irish stableford. Division One - C Noble 78; R Hargrave 72; K Franklin 71. Division Two - S McNeil 68; D McQueen 67; T Lehmann 62. GAWLER Ladies Wednesday. Flower Delights was the sponsor of the second round of the Foursomes Championship. Overall winners: Gloria Potter and Kay Korber. Daily winners: Marion Bow and Robyn Sullivan. Thursday. The wild wind and rain didn’t stop the diehards and magpie David Harte forgot it was September and avoided the ‘colliwobbles’ to run away with the day’s event. His 39pts saw him win from Mark Dawes on 36 pts. Ball winners: H Smits, W Johnson, G Brown 35pts. NTP: 4th (Elders) B Crockart; 6th (Spencer Flooring) M Dawes; 11th (Elders) A Preston. Birdie balls: B Marsh, C Campbell. Midweek end September 30. Ian George won the midweek comp with 41pts from R Fraser 40pts. Ball winners: J Jordan, B Kite 39, G Barber 38. Birdies: A Yule, G Brown, R Fraser, I George. Saturday. Darren Mathews ednjoyed good form in winning the Dale Wood Monthly Medal while Demi May ran away with the Robyn Sullivan sponsored event in the ladies. A grade: - D Mathews 68; S Jeffery 70, S Noack 71.
B grade: - K Dredge 71; T Carter 73; M Barlow 75. C grade: - D Goodwin 70; D Gregor 74; P Trenorden 76. Ladies: - D May 70. Ball winners: M Hoffman 72; M Baker, C Thornton, G Barber, S Voigt 73; D Butler, K Morse 74; R Hartwell 75. NTP: 2nd (Uleybury Wines) K Morse; 4th (Giannito Hotel Group) D Mathews; 6th (Kingsford Hotel) R Minett; 9th (Roseworthy Hotel, 3rd shot) C Thornton; 11th (High Beam Car/Dog Wash) D Agar; 14th (Bushmans Hotel) S Jeffery; 16th (Willaston Hotel) D Mathews. Long Drives: 3rd (St Kilda Hotel) D Harper; 10th (Fasta Pasta) S Noack. Birdie Balls: M Mathews, R Minett, S Jeffery, T O’Boyle, C Ramsay, C Decelis, M Lukat, S Francas. Sunday. The feature event was the Steinborner Holden Scramble on a amgnificdent day for golf. Winners were G Barber, P Charles, R Deer, I George 513/8. Second were visitors A Wellington, D Alberto, D Moir, S Hollis with 52-1/8. Third were C Commins, C Bartholomew, G Caldwell, S Sandercock. NTP: 4th C Commins. TANUNDA Saturday - 2BBB ambrose. Winner: A Coutie and P Stacey 63.25. Then B Grocke and B Hage 64; S Coombs and J Farley 65.5; P Lawrie and T Jenkins 65.75; M Bahnisch and B Bailey 66.5. Long Drive. A grade (Rockford) B Grocke. B grade (St Hallett) L Sauer. C grade (Tanunda Pines) C Fechner. Ladies (Tanunda Pines) C Hongell. NTP. 6th (Peter Lehmann) N Harris; 8th (Vine Inn) J Urlwin; 11th (Langmeil) D Lane; 16th (Rusden) B Grocke; 7th hole (2nd shot, Tanunda Pines) J Farley. Midweek - stableford. B Veevers 39 cb; W Fechner 39; S Fechner 34cb; B Hage 34; B Sims 33 cb. Sunday Pro Shop competition stableford. R Casey 36; B Burns 35; S Berry 29; C Othams 28. Ladies Midweek. Stableford - J MacPhail 41; C Hongell 35; J Skevington 34.
STARPLEX Basketball Monday juniors 12 and under. Division One- Little Lions d Jets 30-12; Barossa d Sandy Creek 21-17; Storm d Warriors 1 32-11. Division Two - Brookers 1 d Barossa Bulldogs 21-14; Craigmore Big-Birds d All Stars 17-8; Undertakers d Starplex Hawks 34-8. 14 and under. Raiders d Brookers 2 30-12. 16 and under. Red Dragons d Celtics 32-28; Barossa Bulldogs Blue d Smurfs 31-19; Barossa Bulldogs Red d Warriors 2 25-22.
Monday evening men Division One and Two: M & Ms drew with Dilligaf 32-32; Angas Park Tigers d Flames 94-22; Flight Team d Orlago Bujic 40-38; Kings d Hurricanes 49-32; By The Beard d Wolverines 54-46. Division Three: Roseworthy Panthers d Wreckless 30-26; Shakers d Turbos 43-42. Division Four: Penguins d Swarrens 45-19; Donkeys d Red Lions 28-26; Beam Team d Red Rockets 26-25. Tuesday daytime ladies Phantoms 37 d Flamin Flamingos 36; Organized Kaos 48 d Rhondavues 20; Flukes 41 d Cheeky Chicks 27. Tuesday juniors Under 8s: Tigers 24 d Badge 8’s 0; Centrals Little Lions 13 d Williamstown Giants 0. 10 and under: Brookers 18 d Red Devils 6; Sudden Impact 27 d Wild Lions 2; Allstars 4 drew with Badge Kangaroos 4; Redbacks 6 d Celtics 5; Centrals Lions 15 d Starplex Hawks 9; Barossa 2 15 d Rockstars 4. Tuesday night men Gbs 47 d Tanks 36; Run N Gun 59 d Gawler Gunners 51; Crumpet Squad 47 d James 31; Cs 47 d Has Beens 32; Outlaws 46 d D6 33. Wednesday evening ladies Jug-O-Norks d T/Birds 26-17; Brookers d Tango 29-24. Thursday night mixed Comets 51 d Its Only Social 41; Spurtics 52 d Ultim8’s 36; Black Magic 46 d Chicken 36; Beamers 46 d Dribblers 30; 69ers 20 d 5 Stars 0 Through forfeit; Steelers 59 d More Effort 32. Netball Monday night ladies Purple 32 d Mixed Nuts 24; Just 4 Fun 27 d Divas 15; Fumblee Beez 23 d Barossa 19; Barsossa High 5’s 26 d Jitterbugs 10; Opposition 38 d Tigers 18; Jaguars 28 d Wild Turkeys 27; Southies 42 d Pythons 12; Cougars 35 d Checkmate Masters 18; Watch Out 40 d Lucky 7 20; Trinity College 57 d Gotacks 24. Tuesday evening mixed Lol 20 d Flying High 0; Balls Of Steal 26 d Vengaboiis 10; Falcons 24 d Care Factor 23; That’s What She Said 23 d Black Thunders 18; Pink Paws 44 d Bitty 7’s 20. Wednesday evening ladies Bits & Pieces 37 d Tosnc Blue 31; Dirt Diamonds 30 d The Fruit Loops 18; Mixed Nuts 26 d Kmp 8; Two Wells Roosters 31 d Escapees 29; Nite Flyers 38 d Bulldogs 17; Diamonds 34 d Triple S 18; Inxs 44 d Trinity 1 Trinity 4 33 d Tigers 15; Mamma Bears 29 d Trinity 5 10; Trinity 3 38 d Mels Army 13; Family Affair 20 d Lollipops 12; Mallala 37 d Trinity 2 17; Donnybrooks 34 d Trinity 6 10. Wednesday evening mixed The Fat Pack 22 d Sparkle Motion 5; Masterclass 26 d Allblacks 9; Rascals 18 d DTF 5; Skalliwags 20 d Wildcats 19. Friday ladies daytime Mummas 33 d Teals 12; Sudden Impact 24 d Barely There 23; Wasleys 29 d Lady Birds 22.
NEW BORN: Standardbred mare Touchofmagic with her foal by Artistic Fella. The filly was born on September 19 and is the first of 40 foals set to be born at Rivergum Lodge at Gawler this season.
SHOWCASING OUR LOCAL HEROES
Bowls teams EUDUNDA Division One v Angaston at Angaston: M Geister, T Schiller, M Schutz, J Hanns; G Mitev, R Regnier, P Voigt, P Eva; G Doecke, D Kleinig, G Schmidt, W Mader; R Hnatyszyn, J Willoughby, A Pfitzner, B Warner. Division Three v Nuriootpa Black at Eudunda: M Nietschke, M Christie, F Schiller, R Hams; T Branford, D Pope, R Milde, F Schmidt; G O Schutz, C Menz, R Leditschke, G G Schutz. Umpire: R Milde; Duty Rink: G G Schutz. Midweek v Angaston White at Angaston. Depart noon. C Menz, R Regnier, B Warner; M Christie, F Schmidt, J Willoughby; G Mitev, G O Schutz, R Hams. Midweek ladies v Tanunda at Eudunda: Start 9.30am. B Marshall, K Hickey, B Pfitzner, M Weymouth; J Milde, J Johnston, A Brook, J Pfitzner; M Nietschke, D Twartz, H Jenke, M Mader; P Dutschke, P Gordge, J Hams, S Schutz. Reserves: J Bruttis, L Mosey. FREELING Division One v Tanunda at Tanunda. Meet a clubmroom at 12.15pm. Teams to be advised. Division TYwo v Kapunda at Freeling. Meet at clubrooms at 12.30pm. J Gaertner, D Schirmer, B Schuster, J Wright; Phil Waldegrave, P Fryer, K Price, F Hines; L Swanson, S Ryan, G Maynard, M Sampson. Division Three v Kapunda Black at Kapunda: Meet at clubrooms at 12.15pm. P Erskine, J Fidge, G Holmes, K Bettens; Pam Waldegrave, M Moss, D Jamieson, W Pitt; B Curtis, W Rivett, A Drury, L Godecke. Reserve: P Heinjus. Midweek v Nuri Gold at Freeling: Meet at clubrooms at 12.30pm. L Swanson, K Bettens, T Mullins; Phil Waldegrave, J Wright, I McFarlane; W Pitt, B Schuster, T Secomb. Reserves: J Fidge, B Reichstein. KAPUNDA Division One has a bye. Division Two v Freeling at Freeling. R Scoot, L Carter, C Hamper, K Matthews; M Ryan, T Scoot, J Scholes, P Maitland; T Noack, S Franks, Trevor Leslie, A Reinders. Cars: Skippers, leaving at 12.45pm. Division Three Red v Angaston at Angaston:P Dobbin, S Hart, R Doecke, B Cummins; T Scholes, B Goodfellow, B Brearley, B Phillips; Ted Leslie, A Thiele, B Morris, D Franks. Cars skippers, leaving at 12.30pm. Division Three Black v Freeling at Kapunda. L Leske, B Sweet, B van Gasteren, C Reardon; C Otterspoor, P Ferns, R Perry, K Dooley; E Pitman, D Sweet, I Waterman, J Baldwin snr. Duty Rink: C Reardon. Midweek Black v Lyndoch Gold at Kapunda. W Beavan, C Hamper, T Rae; P Hart, A Reinders, R Rogers; J Pitman, J Scholes, K Matthews. Duty Rink: T Rae. Midweek Red v Nurioootpa Blue at Nuriootpa: J Baldwin, T Scoot, C Sunman; B van Gasteren, W Reardon, B O’Reilley; R Parker, F Hier, P Voumard. Cars: R Parker, J Baldwin. Midweek ladies v Nuriootpa at Kapunda: E Pitman, A Petch, R Scoot, S Franks; D Sweet, P Dobbin, T Scholes, C Holmes; K Rae, P Fern, R Perry, C Reardon; B Hier, J Goodfellow, C Doecke, H Sexton. Duty Rink: S Franks. LYNDOCH Division One v Nuriootpa at Nuriootpa. Depart 12.30pm. R Vanstone, D Moncrieff, K Gavin, P Uranjek; Di Jones, B Day, D Hausler, T Noble; G Reeves, T Drummond, G Ayres, C Rule; B Prime, D Green, J Sharratt, B Howell. Division Two v Angaston Blue at Lyndoch. B Koch, R Plant, E Palmer, K North; S Mewett, R Filsell, A Gerrard, B Allan; R Heidrich, T Teague, A Turvey, M Launder. Duty Rink: B Allan; Bar Rink: K North. Division Three v Nuriootpa Gold at Nuriootpa. Cars depart 12.30pm. S Drummond, N Thompson , I Turner, D Turvey; I Knight, R Idle, J Allwood, C Turner; B Fisher, J Emerson, A Streames, P Handke. Reserves: Dvision One - B Allan; Division Two A Streames; Division Three - B McLeod. Midweek Gold v Kapunda Black at Kapunda. Depart 12.30pm. D Hausler, N Thompson, K Boyle; G Schumacher, B Koch, B Day; G Reeves, R Filsell, J Sharratt. Midweek Blue v Nuriootpa Gold at Lyndoch: R Plant, T Drummond, D Moncrieff; M Launer, A Turvey, B Howell; E Palmer, T Haycock, B Allan. Duty Rink: D Moncrieff. ANGASTON Division One v Eudunda at Angaston: C Reardon, N Smith, T Edwards, D Jaunay; M
Short, J Harris, B Teakle, B Bowden; J Jensen, B Hurn, L Buckley, J Standish; M Renshaw, R Koerner, K Sandford, K Brook. Manager: D Jaunay; Umpires: J Standish, B Teakle. Duty Rink: D Jaunay. Division Two Blue v Lyndoch at Lyndoch: A Booth, A Hall, R Copperwheat, K Renshaw; M Storton, W Newell, M Hurn, J Argent; W Sibley, C Vereyken, M Teakle, L Teakle. Manager: A Hall; Cars: Skippers, departing 12.40pm. Division Two White v Nuri Black at Nuriootpa: P Gibbons, P Rech, D Armstrong, L Schulz; M Klingner, G Heinze, B Bullock, B Tuttle; P Clark, T Hopkins, C Tabe, S Piszczuk. Manager: D Armstrong; Cars: Skippers leaving at 12.50pm. Division Three c Kapunda Red at Angaston: R Benjamin, G Benjamin, J Carruthers, I Philp; C Le Page, L Jaunay, J MacPherson, A Grear; L Barlow, D Copperwheat, J Rodgers, E Booth. Reserves: L Bell, A Harvey. Unavailable: B Agars, D Tye, F Thomas, H Schmeid, M Johnston, G Schmeid. Midweek Blue v Nuri Black at Nuriootpa: P Sonntag, D Tye, K Renshaw; G Dalton, H Schmeid, B Teakle; K Woodards, C Tabe, L Schulz. Midweek White v Eudunda at Angaston: A Grear, J Rodgers, T Edwards; D Armstrong, P Gibbons, M Hurn; R Benjamin, A Hall,. F Thomas. Manager: D Armstrong; Umpire: F Thomas. TANUNDA Division One v Freeling at Tanunda: C Neldner, D Pech, J Garrett, C Mahoney; S Pech, D Grear, D Heinenreich, P Rost; A Schmidt, I Graetz, K Bartsch, R Schneider; P Baverstock, B Wallace, R Mewett, B Pech. Division Two Black v Tanunda White at Tanunda: J Ralston, K Schmaal, G Woods, A Price; G Farquaharson, P Secker, K Wallace, D Schiller; D Koch, J Stephens, M Meertens, D Meertens. Duty Rink: D Meertens. Division Two White v Tanunda Black at Tanunda: R Bartsch, B Williams, M Silverstro, E Allanson; F Altmann, W Noack, D Martin, M Hurst; G Rainsford, N Hurst, J Farquharson, T Ratsch. Division Three has a bye. Midweek Black v Tanunda White at Tanunda: D Goodwin, D Martin, D Heidenreich; N Hurst, D Schiller, C Mahoney; B Wallace, B Williams, J Garrett. Midweek White v Tanunda Black at Tanunda: C Graetz, G Farquharson, R Schneider; C Traeger, P Baverstock, A Price; K Schliebs, P Secker, T Ratsch. NURIOOTPA Division One v Lyndoch at Nuriootpa: R Mattschoss, R Chapman, C Jones, G Langley; D Wilson, R Garrett, W Williams, R Walker; P Fechner, T Gibbons, G Prior, R Grope; S Ryan, B Randall, S Allen, T Billing. Umpire: R Mattschoss; Duty Rink: R Walker. Division Two Gold has a bye. Division Two Black v Angaston White at Nuriootpa: S Rogers, E Bond, L Tscharke, C Baker; J Bilney, D Baker, M Simpkin, R Ellis; A Jones, M Boehm, N Jaensch, T Elix. Umpire: R Ellis; Duty Rink: C Baker. Division Three Gold v Lyndoch at Nuriootpa: C Forbes, B Jones, K Bullock, J Mattner; K Williamson, R Waples, L Steer, M Sims; C Reuter, L Fuss, R Hahn, N Nolan. Duty Rink: J Mattner. Division Three Black v Eudunda at Eudunda: G Krahling, J Zanetic, G McCormick, P Collyer; K Steer, J McIntosh, D Ruediger, D Quodling; D Allen, J Reusch, K Reichelt, K Harrison. Cars: Skippers, departing at 12.30pm All players to be at cluibrooms by 12.30pm. Midweek Gold v Lyndoch Blue at Lyndoch: J Reusch, S Rogers, R Walker; R Hahn, T Gibbons, R Chapman;J McIntosh, L Cook, G Langley. Cars: Skippers, departing at 12.45pm. Midweek Black v Angaston Blue at Nuriootpa: B Jones, R Ellis, C Baker; K Bullock, M Sims, T Elix; J Bilney, L Tscharke, T Billing. Midweek Green v Freeling at Freeling: D Bessell, D Quodling, W Williams; A Fyfe, K Reichelt, R Garrett; N Nolan, R Warnest, I Klaebe. Cars: Skippers, departing at 12.45pm. Midweek Blue v Kapunda Red at Nuriiotpa: A Rayner, C Hughes, B Randall; K Harrison, J Mattner, P Rosenberg; G Krahling, D Wilson, P Buckley. Duty Rink: P Buckley. Ladies Midweek v Kapunda at Kapunda: L Wilkinson, H Roberts, N Chapman, E Bond; L Hahn, J McIntosh, G White, P Jones; M Waples, J Chapman, V Bessell, D Baker; J Krause, M Nolan, U Boettger, M Elix. Start 9am. Cars: E Bond, P Jones, J Chapman, M Elix, leaving at 8.45am.
SPONSOR: At the announcement of Wohlers as bowls’ major sponsor were from left, Nuriootpa president Colin Baker, Association secretary and Angaston’s Lyn Teakle, Daryl Wohlers, Association and Lyndoch president Marc Richards, Marilyn Wohlers, Eudunda’s Colin Menz, Kapunda’s Bernie O’Reilley and Tanunda’s Bernie Wallace. Absent, Freeling’s Karen Swanson.
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Imports aim high
Jake’s Cup win By GRAHAM FISCHER
By ROBERT LAIDLAW GAWLER Rangers has two American imports for the upcoming baseball season. And with their arrival comes the expectation of the club’s first finals’ appearance. Andre Benjamin, who started midseason last year has returned to the Rangers, and is joined by his hometown teammate Sam Murphy. The pair hail from Atlanta, Georgia, and demonstrated their wares at the state country baseball championship last weekend. Murphy mainly played shortstop and at the end of the tournament was named top rookie, made the allstar team and won the MVP. He batted .588 over the weekend. Lead-off hitter and speedy outfielder Benjamin batted an impressive .700, hitting two home runs and scoring nine times. In Gawler’s lone victory, a 4-3 win over Port Pirie, Murphy pitched the complete game, striking out 12
hitters, with Benjamin’s home run the game-winner. “Coming to Australia, I saw it as an opportunity to see the world while playing the game I love,” Murphy said. “And to come with Andre was a bonus, as he has been here and is someone I can relate to. “My aim is to help the Rangers play in the finals, and to assist as much as possible on and off the field. “I’m also excited about the prospect of helping some of the club’s young players develop, while also picking up some life skills myself.” The Rangers commence the new summer season on October 15, when its A grade side plays Kensington at Kensington from 3pm. Gawler is still hoping to fill an under 18 team, but require extra players. Besides three senior sides, there are two under 14s and two Little League teams. For further details on the club, contact Rob on 0407 979 163.
Gawler 8-ball Results from Gawler and Districts 8 Ball Association winter grand finals held at Commercial Hotel on Thursday, September 29.
Division One: Two Wells Tavern d Soccer Club Eagles. Division Two: Willaston Warriors d Sandy Creek Hotel.
ABOVE: Two Wells Tavern. From left, Josh Ireland, Ben Andretzke, Adam Andretzke, Barry Reeves, Shane Tieste, Aaron Court and Jordy Reeves. BELOW: Willaston Warriors. From left, Anthony Rusnak, Lee Woolsey, Justin Henderson, Russell Martin,Craig Werner, Steve Woolsey and Colin Lewis.
WITH new club president, big Colin Baker, at the helm the Nuriootpa Bowling Club membership is expecting big things on and off the field for the approaching season. Bowlers are looking forward to this week’s opening games with anticipation. A welcome influx of new talent at the club should inject a healthy enthusiasm into all sides. The “new look” Division One side has been put through its paces with successful hit-outs against highly-rated metro sides Adelaide and Salisbury while the Division Two and Three boys have enjoyed a hotly contested home trial to further hone their skills. The ladies have made their presence felt on the greens and are also looking good for their “kick-off” this Thursday. Chair of selectors Rob Grope was most pleased with the turn out for last weeks players meeting and has reminded all bowlers that there will be a barbecue tea this Thursday after the Midweek action and another players meeting following at 6pm. All Nuri members are urged to get behind their President and his board to make for another
“He then took the horse to the front 500 metres out and kept him rolling to win well.” Sky Raider, the $2.50 favourite, ran second by two and three-quarter lengths. Jake’s first day at the races concluded with another second, this time on La Bouche. From his six rides he came away with one win, three seconds, a third and a fourth. “Jake rode quite well but did make a few errors which was to be expected on his first day of riding but overall I was really happy,” McEvoy said. “I had the races taped and will sit down this week with Jake for a debriefing and show him where I feel he can improve.” It has been a busy time for the stable with races in town on Sunday then again on Monday. McEvoy had two winners on Monday to take his season tally in the city to seven and put him in second place on the SA Trainer’s premiership. On the country-provincial table McEvoy sits fourth with five wins but hopes to add to that tally today at Gawler.
successful season for the Tigers. Good luck to all bowlers and clubs for the coming season. - Jaffa
PETANQUE Gawler Petaque Club results. Sunday, October 2 played at Chateau Dorrien. Game One. Stan Wilson / Rose Parman d Cameron Pual(junior) / Shauna Gejas 13 – 5; John Ingram / Glenis Head d Alan Parman / John Gejas 13 – 9; Les Roud / Pam Moreland d Iris Stephenson / Izabella Parman (junior visitor) 13 – 7; Lauchlan Paul(junior) / Rob Mitchell d Allan Harris / Margaret Randall 13 - 1. Game Two. John Gejas / Alan Parman / Allan Harris d Izabella Parman(junior visitor) / Glenis Head / Lauchlan Paul(junior) 13 – 3; Harvey Walker(junior) / Les Roud d Rob Mitchell / Rose Parman 13 – 6; Pam Moreland / Penny Walker / John Ingram d Cameron Paul(junior) / Stan Wilson / Iris Stephenson 13 – 10. Game Three. Glenis Head / Lauchlan Paul(junior) d Alan Parman / John Ingram 13 – 9; Allan Harris / Shauna Gejas d Rose Parman / Cameron
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ABOVE: Sky Raider wins the Jamestown Cup. RIGHT: Trainer Tony McEvoy with winning rider Jake Toeroek. PICS: Courtesy of Roger McKinnon. Contact 8658 6014 or 0428 586 014. Email: email@example.com Net:wepowiephotographics.com
Paul(junior) 13 – 10; Pam Moreland / John Gejas d Iris Stephenson / Stan Wilson 13 - 12. Game Four. Allan Harris / Iris Stephenson d Cameron Paul(junior) / Glenis Head 13 – 3; Stan Wilson / Pam Moreland d John Gejas / Lauchlan Paul(junior) 13 – 2.
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. Everyone, from eight years upwards, is welcome to come along.
Back row: Harry VanderWijngaart Hayden Mills, Ross Lambert, Brodie Ireland, Regan Lambert, Front row: Max VanderWijngaart and Adam Mills The Barossa Valley Little Athletics Centre is off to a great start for the new season. They have been awarded the Marketing Award for the year, and Ross Lambert the clubs president was awarded Volunteer Coach of the year. He is pictured with the $500 cheque he received and six athletes from the centre. Little Athletics is a great way for children to improve their sporting skills and meet new friends. The centre meets Wednesday nights at the Nuriootpa High School Oval at 5pm, with the new season to commence on Wednesday 12th of Oct. If you are interested in joining Barossa Valley Little Athletics or finding out more information, you can either come along to one of our competition nights or go onto our web site at www.barossavalleylac.org.au.
AMERICANS: Gawler Ranger’s pair Andre Benjamin (left) and Sam Murphy.
NOT many jockeys can claim to have landed a Cup victory as their first race winner. Jake Toeroek can. On Saturday, at his first day as an apprentice jockey, Jake won the Carlton Draught Jamestown Cup on Sky Raider for his master Tony McEvoy. “It was a big thrill for Jake,” McEvoy said. “He has been with me at Kildalton Park for about 10 months and has had plenty of riding experience before going to the races.” From Mount Pleasant, Jake, 17, was originally indentured to trainer John MacMillan when he was based in that town. But when MacMillan moved the teenager sought to join McEvoy who had just set up Kildalton Park at Angaston. “Jake has ridden a lot of trackwork and has had to ride in a number of trials in front of the stewards before being allowed to ride in races,” McEvoy said. “The Jamestown meeting seemed an ideal place to launch Jake’s career.” The apprentice secured rides in all six races with McEvoy taking five horses to the meeting. Gawler trainer Brian Searle also gave the young apprentice a ride. Jake started the day with a third at his first race ride on Refract for McEvoy. He followed with a second on Wildspitze, then a fourth on De La Soul. Jake’s next ride was another second, this time on Stratorcruiser for Searle. Then it was time for his first win on Sky Raider for McEvoy in the Jamestown Cup over 1800 metres. “Sky Raider drew barrier seven in a field of eight so I told him to go forward early and sit outside the leader,” McEvoy said.
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Gawler and Kapunda Sportsperson of the week Marty Gallasch - Nuriootpa
Sports with Graham Fischer and Mike Teakle
Marty Gallasch plays hockey for Nuriootpa. Where have you played your hockey? Nuriootpa Hockey Club, Northeast Hockey Club and The Stockwell Stickies.
Who are key players at your club? Craig and Greg Schulz and Cameron White. What do you need to win the premiership in 2012? Stay focused and keep encouraging the young talant to step up. What is your most important attribute? I communicate (not always politely) effectively with my backmen.
Favourite actor and movie? Morgan Freeman and The Lighthorsemen.
Who is a character at the club and why? Jordan “Pony” Krozka. He never takes anything “too” seriously and loves taking cheap shots at his teammates.
If someone had to play you in a movie who would it be? Knock a few of Colin Farrell’s teeth out and throw him in there. No-one said it has to be realistic.
Who is the best player you have played with and against? Best with - Brad Fairey and Phil Armstrong, Best against- Dion Tate and Ev Boland. Who are your sporting influences and idols? My grandfather Jack Fewster is my biggest sporting influence and my idols are Guus Vogels (ex Dutch keeper), David Boon, Alan Border,Geoff King and Rudi Mandemaker. Any superstitions? I always wear a bandana or headband when I play or train.
Greatest moment and disappointment? Greatest - It’s hard to go past this year’s GF, making the winning save but the 2003 grand final was a huge moment that I shared with some great mates. We broke the hoodoo,that’s the one I’ll never forget. Biggest disapointment was losing the grand final in 1999 after finishing the season undefeated. How would you spend a million dollars? Holiday shack at the river. The Turf Fund can have the change.
What event has inspired or amazed you? Can’t go past the birth of my kids. The greatest moments in my life.
What other sport would you love to be the best in the world at and why? Cricket. Just because I love it.
If you were Prime Minister what issue would you address? I should say the lack of a turf pitch in the Barossa but realistically it would be getting long term unemployed back into jobs.
If you could have any four people stranded on a deserted island with you who would they be and why? My wife Ingrid, shouldn’t have to explain that one. Jim Boehm because I’m pretty sure there’s nothing he can’t ferment into beer. My brother Steve Gallasch to talk rubbish with and Sam Stoll so Steve had someone to pick on besides me.
Pet hates on the hockey pitch? Goals in my net. And my brother scoring past me at training.
Have you heard that there’s a new wool service in Gawler?
IT’S time to look at how the cricket clubs are shaping up ahead of the 2011/12 season. Association president Simon Koch is shifting from his home club Angaston to play with Sandy Creek. With the quality of players in the Sandy Creek side plus the addition of a pair of opening bowlers, Alistair Crothers (Gawler Central) and Lee Will (district cricket) plus top order batsman Matt Birchmore (Mallala) to a team only losing Matt McLoughlin, Simon’s likely to line up in the A3s. Angaston has a host of returning players. Shaun Woodards, Jack Miles, Craig Isbel, Brett Woodards and Beau Byster along with the arrival of Kym Vivian (Gawler Central) depth won’t be a problem for the Panthers although the lack of a genuine spin option might be.
Depth could be a major problem at Tanunda with the loss of their lynchpin in Boh Wall coupled with the unavailability of Tristan Schwartzkopff for the first part of the season and the retirement of last year’s captain Mark Hartigan. Englishman Max Ashmore, an opening batsman from West Sussex division three club Bognor Regis will be a boost. His contribution depends on how he adapts to the conditions. Gilbert Valley is boosted by the return of state country fast bowler James Vandeleur but they need to find some consistency from their batting line up. Craig Mullins (with bat and ball) will again be the key. Defending champions Nuriootpa once again look the most settled team with few losses but some handy additions. Bowlers James Lienert (Freeling) and Michael Zerner from Eudunda/ Robertstown along with Ben Perkins (district WH1749880
Relationship and employment status: Married with two kids. Self employed.
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IT’S time to put on the red, white and blue again for Central District supporters. SANFL grand final time has come to mean Bulldog time and the club is once again laying it on for their loyal fans. An express bus service will run from Playford Alive Oval to AAMI Stadium on Sunday to ensure all supporters can
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be part of the action. Buses will depart between from 11:30am 1pm, at about 5-10 minute intervals. Returning, the last bus will depart AAMI Stadium one hour after the final siren. After the game the ‘After party’ will be held at Grand Central from 6 pm1am featuring live band This Way Up along with player presentations. The Central junior teams’ seasons may have ended earlier than they would have liked but it’s impossible to deny the amount of talent coming through. In the end of season awards the winners were presented recently. U16 best and fairest Brae McConnell; Coaches award - Jackson Baldwin. U18s best and fairest Nathan Bartsch 66 votes first; Luke Snowden and Jake Hazeal 40 votes equal second; Cooper Stoll and Steve Rusca 36 votes equal third; Dallas Hill 33 votes fourth; Sam Coulqhoun 30 votes fifth. Troy Menzel (brother of Geelong star Daniel) was the winner of the most outstanding underage player. Encouragement award Jacob Prescott; most dedicated Nathan Bartsch; most courageous - Ben Cummings; coaches award - Steve Rusca.
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cricket) will top up the Tigers. The unavailability of top order batters Brett Lydeamore and Shawn Gibson for the first part of the season will be a hiccup but will see the Tigers finish strongly down the stretch. Kapunda’s return to the top flight will be entertaining as the Bombers are still a class outfit and could surprise a few of the top teams. GT’s tips for the year are; One day champions Sandy Creek. Multifaceted line-up which can cover most situations. Two-day champions Angaston. As good as any bowling attack in the competition combined with continued improvement among their young batters should get them the trophy ahead of Nuri.
IN RECENT years a lot of emphasis has been made on catch and release in fishing. Instead of killing prized catches a lot of people will now take a happy snap and gladly put their fish back. Chances are that fish will breed and for someone else to get the same excitement from catching that same fish or some of its offspring. I’m not saying that we should not take a feed as this is why I, and many people, go fishing, it is more putting back the big fish. If a fishery is selfsustaining, which all of SA’s public fisheries are, it is best the big fish go back. This is where being able to take a good photo comes in. And this will last far longer than the fillets ever will.
Here are a few tips on how to take a good fish photo. If you’re taking the photo of someone always have the sun behind you, make sure the angler is smiling and looks happy, check that the fish is clean and keep it wet or in the water until you’re ready to take the photo. Make sure there is no blood and if you plan on keeping the fish take a photo before you despatch it, don’t have anyone smoking or drinking alcohol. Keep these few things in mind and this will improve your fish shots dramatically. If you have a fish photo please send it to us at the Herald and we will publish it, all photos to: sales.barossaherald@ruralp ress.com via email. Tight lines and happy snapping until next week
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Sports achievements By ROBERT LAIDLAW THE pedigree of the Trinity College ‘sports machine’ will be highlighted when the school inducts its inaugural members into a sporting hall of fame on Friday, October 21. From AFL players to gold medal athletes and Australian cricketers, Trinity has a short but proud sporting history. “The purpose of the hall of fame is to honour former students and inspire current and future ones,” Nick Hately, head of Trinity College said. “Surrounding kids with positive and high-achieving role models says to members of the community, ‘you can achieve anything.’ “Old scholars from Trinity have gone on to have significant success in a number of fields, one of those being sport.” With 22 initial inductees, the school is well represented in a range of sports and genders, with nine different sports and 10 females. The selection panel included current and former directors of sport, Rupert Sapwell and Richard Bednall, sport administrator Christine Murray and Mr Hately. “Trinity has an extensive sporting program with over 2000 students regularly representing the college in school and community sport,” Mr Hately said. “Values such as team work, fair play, determination, goal setting and overcoming challenges are all enhanced through the sporting program. “Character development through cocurricular involvement is a special part of the Trinity experience. We celebrate
RECOGNITION: Trinity sporting Hall of Fame selectors, from left, Nick Hately, Christine Murray and Rupert Sapwell, with photos of two of the inductees, Paul Benz and Hayley Norris. sport involvement from the absolute beginner to the elite participant.” Criteria for consideration to be nominated for the hall of fame included representation at elite national-level, a state level champion, representing Australia in international competition, or broke a national record, all at open level. There is also scope for coaches,
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administrators or officials who have participated with distinction at Australian or international level. A number of the initial inductees will attend the official launch on October 21, which will become an annual event. The Trinity College Sporting Hall of Fame will be located in Starplex in order for it to be open to the public.
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