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ALMOST THERE: Bendigo Art Gallery director Karen Quinlan prepares for the upcoming The White Wedding Dress exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery.

WHITE HOT Photo: BILL CONROY

By ROSEMARY SORENSEN

IT’S being called the ultimate wedding party. “This is being watched very carefully right across Australia,” Bendigo Art Gallery director Karen Quinlan said this week. “Costume history shows like these are much more challenging to create, but we know that people do love them.” The White Wedding Dress exhibition is a world exclusive and the first time any gallery has been given the go-ahead to curate their

Wedding dress showcase puts gallery in world-class league

own show from the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum of London. The exhibition also marks the 10th anniversary of the completion in 2001 of the final stages of a major redevelopment.

It was the addition of gallery spaces, a new cafe and entrance that opened the way for the gallery to become one of the best cultural institutions in Australia. The gallery has tripled in size since 1996, and is now attracting

more than 150,000 visitors annually. Another $7.55m extension is due to begin later this year. The gallery is hoping The White Wedding Dress will push past the previous record set by its Golden Age of Couture exhibition in 2008,

which attracted more than 75,000 visitors with an economic boost estimated at $9.4 million. On the back of the building improvements, the gallery has pushed its reputation for curatorial excellence by securing exclusive exhibitions and ensuring display standards are first-class. “We are very fortunate to have the Bendigo Art Gallery team to work with,” V&A curator Edwina Ehrman said. Continued Page 2

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“While we guide the storyline and content, this is the first time we have allowed our collection to go to a gallery in this way,” she said. Businesses in Bendigo are gearing up for the anticipated influx of visitors, confident the new show will build on the success of previous gallery blockbusters. Bendigo Tourism Visitor Services manager Viv Collins said the experience gained from previous gallery events helped them prepare for the three-month White Wedding Dress season. “We trialled our volunteer meet-and-greet service on the V/Line train from Castlemaine and the number of questions they were being asked tells us it’s obviously needed,” Ms Collins said.

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stant, and towards the end it became difficult for us to keep up,” Quest Bendigo marketing manager Casey Wright said. “We’re already seeing the bookings coming in and we’re getting a lot of inquiries.” City of Greater Bendigo Tourism executive manager Kathryn Mackenzie said the whole city was holding its breath, waiting to see if the wedding dress show captured the imagination of visitors. “We’re expecting that it will appeal to niche markets and we’re hoping to encourage young people to come to the city,” she said. “There are wedding dresses springing up in all the shops and that’s very exciting. “It would be great to see all of Bendigo embracing the spirit of the exhibition.”

Gallery highlights emotion THE frocks are magnificent, but there is much more to the Bendigo Art Gallery’s The White Wedding Dress exhibition. “Costume history goes back 2000 years,” BAG director Karen Quinlan said. “People are interested in the way we dress because of what it tells them about themselves. “There’s so much emotion attached to the wedding day, and what your outfit reveals and conceals – people do care.” The gallery will tonight welcome the first of its guests to this glamorous and detailed show, which showcases items dating back 200 years from the Victoria and Albert design museum in London as well as Australian garments. From high-society fashions for grand weddings, to meticulously prepared gowns worn by working women, to outrageous eye-catching creations by contemporary designers, this is a show of spectacular contrasts. “We have learnt from earlier shows the importance of the mannequin and how it is displayed,” Ms Quinlan says. “You come into a room that is full of people, and it’s important we tell their stories.” Following tonight’s preview, the grand opening on Saturday evening will be followed by a Friends of the Gallery viewing on Sunday before White Wedding Dress opens to the public on Monday. For the first time, the gallery has organised ticket sales to be linked to sessions, so that visitors who pre-buy can avoid queues.

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THE City of Greater Bendigo council will go back to the drawing board and start consultations again on a playground for Hargreaves Mall. In April, www.bendigoweekly.com.au revealed the proposed plans for the playground. Council had decided to build a $60,000 series of small walls with interactive features such as an abacus, telescope, tic-tactoe game area and rubber crocodile and lizard sculptures. There would also be crawl-through maze, a music panel, steering wheel panel and mirrors. However, local traders werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t happy and pushed

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Double booking turns into a win By VICKI HARRINGTON

Our wedding-day photo competition comes to a close today, but there are more opportunities for Bendigo Weekly readers to win, with the opening of the White Wedding Dress exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery. The many entries in our Win a Second Honeymoon Competition confirm this and indicate weddings have changed very little over the years. Fashions and photo locations may have moved with the times but basic scenes and stories of happy couples celebrating their union with families and friends continues. Twelve months ago Annemarie and Andrew McClure were blissfully planning their wedding day for November 6 in Horsham. Both were working in Perth at the time and most of their plans were made via the internet and phone with a little help from Annemarieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mum in Horsham. Three weeks before the big day, Annemarie received a phone call she

says she will never forget. It was her mum in Horsham, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t stress, but we have a bit of a problem, the priest has double booked the church,â&#x20AC;? her mum said. Annemarie went into action. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We had to bring the ceremony time forward and then send out updated invitations to every guest and advise the photographer, hair dresser and makeup artist. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were worried someone may not get the message, but on the day it all went perfectlyâ&#x20AC;? Annemarie said. Annemarie and Andrew moved back to Victoria earlier this year and chose Bendigo to make their new home. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Melbourne and it is still close enough to our families,â&#x20AC;? she said. The Weekly gave them another memorable phone call this week when we rang to congratulate them for winning the Win a Second Honeymoon Competition. â&#x20AC;&#x153;How exciting. It will coincide beautifully with our first anniversary,â&#x20AC;? a thrilled Annemarie said. Four weekly winners

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give away to Bendigo Weekly readers. To be in the draw for a double pass, email your details by 5pm Tuesday, August 2, to weddings@bendigoweekly.com.au with â&#x20AC;&#x153;White Wedding ticketsâ&#x20AC;? in the subject line.

Goldfields libraries join statewide action

Fighting the cuts By ROsEmARy sORENsEN

state should be increasing funding to them not decreasing it.â&#x20AC;? Bendigo was one of 50 Victorian councils who met in Melbourne last Friday to plan a response to the library cuts, which

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The state should be increasing funding ... not decreasing itâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Councils now fund 74.7 per cent of recurrent operational library costs while the State Government now only contributes 19.3 per cent. â&#x20AC;&#x153;libraries are greatly valued facilities â&#x20AC;Ś the

were announced without warning after council and library budgets had been put in place. Chairman of the Municipal Association of Victoria board, Golden Plains Shire councillor

Bill McArthur, said the councils had launched a state-wide campaign for â&#x20AC;&#x153;fairer fundingâ&#x20AC;?. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We need to convince the state to reverse the decision, as a matter of urgency,â&#x20AC;? Cr McArthur said. Cr McArthur said the MAV has met with minister for local government Jeanette Power. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The objective of a more sustainable model is uppermost in our mind and in her mind,â&#x20AC;? Cr McArthur said. Cr McArthur said a Facebook page, â&#x20AC;&#x153;stoplibrarycutsâ&#x20AC;? is now available for people to support the funding battle. 6$6,B%:

GOlDFIelDS libraries have joined a statewide campaign to urge the State Government to reverse its shock decision to cut library funding. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want all this to be a positive campaign, but we need to be assured about whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s going to happen in the future,â&#x20AC;? Goldfields library chief executive officer Carolyn Macvean said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are all very nervous, something has to give.â&#x20AC;? City of Greater Bendigo councillors supported the libraryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s decision not to sign the funding

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Ben – It’s the local you know 3BO and I am here with Bendigo Weekly editor Anthony Radford. Radders, it’s been a big week for news. Central Victoria has been in the news for all the wrong reasons, firstly at Long Gully last week and Castlemaine yesterday. As a journo, what’s your take been on the last week. Anthony – One of the good things about my job is when you walk into work every day you never know what is going to happen. From that point of view, we have had a busy week and our website at www. bendigoweekly.com.au was providing updates regularly, as soon as they happened. When it came to the Long Gully issue last week, while it was scary for those involved, it was important we all worked as quickly as we could to get the information out to the Bendigo public. Ben – Also, social media has played a big role in coverage of events recently. Last Friday, a police helicopter was circling Long Gully looking for a man who went missing from an aged care home. People were talking about escaped inmates from a Melbourne prison that had made their way to Bendigo. In our role in the media it is important we double check the facts before we publish because if you cause a panic, the repercussions can be very ordinary. Anthony – This is an interesting aspect of social media, or anti-social media as many call it. Twitter and facebook information has to be treated as simply rumour, it cannot be taken as fact by anyone, until it is confirmed. Those who post and read this stuff have to be very careful. At the end of the day, the only real credible place in the web to get news is news organisations’ websites, such as the Bendigo Weekly’s. We are paid to only publish correct information. We will not publish something on the web that hasn’t been confirmed. There are big consequences for getting it wrong or for assuming things. Its all about credibility and trust. We need to trust journalists more than we trust facebook and twitter. When it comes to updating news, a news website or a radio station is the only way to get the right information.

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Bequest for students YOUR report on rural students asking about university accommodation costs, Bendigo Weekly, July 15, is timely. Readers may wish to know that Bendigo born and bred Dr Herbert Gibson, who died suddenly last year, aged 64, left a generous bequest to Monash University, Melbourne, for this very purpose. His bequest, The Dr Herbert V. Gibson Scholarship for Rural Health, pays living costs for students from rural Victoria studying for the medical degrees. Dr Gibson played a leading role in the early days of the HIV/ AIDS outbreak in Melbourne and later as a consultant covering the Loddon/Campaspe region. He experienced and was aware of the need for more qualified doctors to work in Australia’s rural areas to help fill a serious gap and reduce the physical, mental and family pressures on the too few dedicated rural doctors working under unacceptable pressure demands. His bequest to the Medical Faculty of Monash University is intended to help ease this inequity. This scholarship is currently open to Victoria’s rural based students in need of financial support to study for their medical degrees at Monash University. Students are invited to apply for Dr Gibson’s generous incentive by contacting the University direct or via its website. www. monash.edu.au Edward Chase, Bendigo

Desperate times POLITICS has changed so much in the last few years, it is hard for anyone to keep up with all the chest beating and mind changing. But the latest set of circumstances in the carbon tax barney, seem to be getting completely blown out of proportion. Eminent scientists, and 85 per cent of economists, agree that action should be taken on climate change. The opponents of such a measure, either keep changing their mind because of political expedience, or just blatant hypocrisy. The one man wrecking ball travelling the country, called Opposition leader Tony Abbott, has been telling people in supermarkets, smoko rooms, and down mine shafts, that they are all going to lose their jobs, and the world as we know it will never be the same again.

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Well, on his own admission he is not a ‘tech head’ and doesn’t have any interest in economics. So I would suggest he is in no position to question eminent climate scientists, or global ratings agency Standard and Poor’s, who totally reject Mr Abbott’s comments, that a carbon tax would kill the coal, steel, cement, aluminium, and motor industries. Politicians rely on the general public having short memories, but there are some things that remain in ones mind, including the previous government’s position on climate change. Before the 2007 election, then Prime Minister John Howard said that he was going to introduce a carbon tax, and said, “Australia will continue to lead internationally, globally, and in the pacific region on climate change.” In recent days, Mr Howard has been back-pedalling on his statement. Over the decades, numerous Prime Ministers have broken promises. As far as the Opposition goes, who can forget Tampa, children overboard – an election won on a lie – and Work Choices, introduced into the workforce with no warning or notification. I believe the Opposition is being a bit precious in their criticism of the present government.

Who can forget Mr Abbott’s desperate pleas to the independent members, and the Greens in his attempt to warm the Prime Minister’s chair. In 25 months time, I can only imagine the election ads that will be aired to remind people of the musical chairs position of the Opposition leader, and his desperation to get the keys to the lodge. Ken Price, Eaglehawk

Controversial trees WE would like to thank the people that signed the petition to have the burnt dead trees resulting from Black Saturday removed from the Bendigo Regional Park in Maiden Gully Road. Maree Edward’s office received a letter this week from the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Ryan Smith, stating the burnt trees cannot be removed. Our Place Community Assistance Centre with the Bendigo Council are working together to have the trees that have been felled and any dangerous trees hanging over the road removed and cleaned up. We call on Mr Smith to come up and see our situation here in Bendigo and treat each case individually and not as part of a great big national park with hundreds

of hectares burnt out. Here in Bendigo we are different, as it is in a residential area and Maiden Gully Road is a busy road connecting Maiden Gully, California Gully and Eaglehawk. In the letter from Mr Smith, it states “rehabilitation works following a bushfire are focused on providing for public safety, and minimising the impact of fire suppression efforts on the natural environment.” We ask Mr Smith and Parks Victoria how do these dead trees provide for public safety when if anyone went in there, they could be injured or killed. These trees are referred as “widow makers” by experienced bushmen, as they could fall at any time in any type of weather. If another fire does happen, do you think that they would let firemen, Parks Victoria or DSE workers go in there and fight a fire? We thought green trees were good for the climate taking the carbon out of the air, so why don’t they replace the majority of these dead trees with new ones. For those people that have supported us, please write a letter to Ryan Smith, the Minister for the Environment and Climate Change voicing your concerns. Joy, Bob, Anne-Maree and Kathlene Bice, Maiden Gully

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Bendigo the winner IT’S been a slow and gradual change, but finally, Bendigo has accepted its status as a cultural centre. With its proud history as a workers’ city, Bendigo is cautious about fancy titles and big claims. We need to see the runs on the board before we declare the innings won. With all eyes on the Bendigo Art Gallery as it prepares to open its new blockbuster, the game has finally been declared – and Bendigo is the winner. The battle to build was hardfought. That debate about whether money should be spent on developing the art gallery and cultural precinct was full of passion. It meant we were able to weigh both sides of the argument and get it in perspective. As the city grows there are so many demands on government funds

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Editorial Comment it’s important to get the balance right. Now, the city is preparing to build another extension to the art gallery, and hopefully to get the go-ahead for a new theatre, and the timing looks perfect. Listening to the community has resulted in good planning, and responsible management, which have made it possible for the city to host a world premiere that is setting the benchmark for exhibitions of this kind. This will bring visitors from near

and far, to see the extraordinary collection from the Victoria and Albert Museum, as well as fashions created by Australia’s top designers. This is both haute couture and social history, so there’s something for everyone. Past shows at the gallery have also been a shot in the arm for businesses in View Street and in the rest of the city. It’s been a tough year for retail and hospitality, so this is a crucial boost for them, too. Karen Quinlan and her gallery staff know this is a turning point for the gallery and consequently for the city. We wish them all the best in the months ahead as they show off their fashion show to Bendigo and to the world. And we look forward to more daring ideas coming to town in the future.

Smallest cuts hurt the most Our public libraries are an not long after every single one ernment Minister Jeanette unlikely battleground for an of the state’s councils had al- Powell said the previous Labor emerging conflict, but that’s ready produced, tabled and ad- Government’s poor financial exactly what they have become opted their yearly budgets. management had impacted after a State Government deciClaims of hypocrisy, too, negatively on recurrent funding sion to slash its funding of li- have emerged as critics of the for public libraries in Victoria, brary services across the state by cutbacks have been quick to re- and that the Coalition Govern1.35 per cent. mind the government of what ment inherited a reduction of And while the exact amount it said about the former Labor more than $2 million to the of the extra burden does not Government and cost-shifting public libraries grants program seem like a lot – $15,000 in only 12 months ago. from its predecessors. the case of the City of Greater Speaking in Bendigo one Minister Powell says the Bendigo – it seems the State year ago, then-Shadow Local Coalition Government has sucGovernment is now discovering Government Minister Jeanette cessfully protected public lithat sometimes it’s the smallest Powell said councils had been braries’ recurrent funding from cuts (think paper cuts?) that ‘’increasingly burdened by John further reductions in difficult hurt the most. Brumby’s constant cost-shifting economic circumstances. An analysis of per capita without adequate support, The Coalition has also expenditure on our public li- leaving them to fund services re-established the Ministerial braries shows how bad things originally provided and funded Council on Public Libraries, have become in Victoria, where The Coalition State Government is not the in 2008-09 just $35.89 per person first to utilise the much despised practice was spent on public libraries, compared to $45.97 in South Australia, $44.69 in by the government.’’ and the Ministerial Mayors’ AdWestern Australia, $41.95 in The then-government led visory Panel to provide more New South Wales and $40.86 by John Brumby was accused meaningful dialogue between in Queensland. of blatantly ignoring the needs the two levels of government. In other words, if Bendi- of local councils and loading Life in Opposition can be go was in South Australia, in them up with state responsi- a lot easier than life in gov2008-09 we’d have received an bilities. ernment, but the community extra $1 million for our library “We will clarify and define has a rightful expectation that than we otherwise did. the roles and responsibilities a change in government will The Coalition State Govern- of each tier of government bring with it change on the ment is not the first to utilise and eliminate unfunded cost ground. That’s why people vote the much-despised practice of shifting by the state onto local for change in the first place. In the meantime, what cost-shifting onto local govern- councils,” Ms Powell said. ment, but it seems this month’s “Councils will have greater was once described in Opdecision to do just that has be- security in knowing that any position as ‘’a looming crisis come a tipping point. extra services provided by them in regional Victoria’’ has now The timing of this news has on behalf of the state will be become a crisis – at least in not been lost upon those who funded appropriately,” Ms the minds and budgets of councils and library users work in the local government Powell said. sector, as the bad news came This week, now Local Gov- across Victoria.

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WITH six children between them, including four-month-old twins, you would imagine Brendan and Nicole Tuddenham have enough on their plates. But they are the kind of people who say, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re busy, letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s get busier. This weekend, they open up their new kitchen and dining room at the Belmont Hotel on Skene Street. They have big plans to make this quiet little corner of Bendigo into a child-friendly, family-attractive, good-value eating place. And as for the current growing trend to offer low-price lunches, the Tuddenhams are upping the ante: they are hitting the ground running at the Belmont with a two-course $10.50 lunch. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will be real food, not prepackaged meals,â&#x20AC;? Brendan says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And our idea is to have a small menu with lots of specials,

wearing white, then packing away the dress for future generations. Ehrman is a careful and informative writer, as she takes us down through the years to current day wedding fashion. Along the way we learn about how some things never change: in 1992, when a model married a celebrity chef in a dress designed by Bruce Oldfield, the groom was shocked by the sexy cutaway frock. Apparently, he believed a woman â&#x20AC;&#x153;should dress only for the man she is marryingâ&#x20AC;?. It is not recorded in the book whether that marriage lasted. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Rosemary Sorensen

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ment with a â&#x20AC;&#x153;high teaâ&#x20AC;? concept, already cheered on by Bendigonians keen to see new ideas take off. Brendan wants to try meat nights, with the butcher on hand to show how a carcass is prepared. A posting on their Facebook page has asked them not to forget the vegetarians of Bendigo, sometimes left out of foodie discussions. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Yes, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll have a go at that too,â&#x20AC;? Brendan says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;because we know thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not too much catering to vegetarians in Bendigo. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We want to have special events, and specials on the menu, so thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all kinds of things happening here. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got the advantage of lots of parking available, so we hope we can even have a kidsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; food festival here, sometime in the future.â&#x20AC;? Food Fossickers online this week: Nicole Tuddenhamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kidz in the Kitchen recipe for dairy-free Chocolate Hedgehog.

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They have indexes of every headstone in the Bendigo Cemetery, early records from the courts and hospital, and newspaper births, deaths and marriages notices from way back. If you have always wanted to dig a little into your family history, this is the place to start. “You have more fun if you do it yourself,” president of the Bendigo Regional Genealogical Society Judith Pearmain said. “And we are all here to help you get started.” Today is the first day of National Family History Week, with the Australasian Federation of Family History Organisations also promoting their campaign to “Say yes to question 60”. “It’s important to save the census,” Mrs Pearmain says. “All that information is destroyed and it’s invaluable for family histories, so we are

urging people to tick the box that says yes, your census information can be saved.” The Genealogical Society works in one corner upstairs at the Bendigo library in Hargreaves Street.

...get verbal with your relatives, before they die. In another corner is the Historical Society, with representatives available on Monday afternoons to steer people towards the resources they might need. And between the two corners is the office of the archivist, Margaret Sawyers. Betty Jackman joined the Genealogical Society in 1977 and has been indexing the births, deaths and marriages information ever since.

“You’ll probably end up in Melbourne if you want to trace your family history, but we’ve got most of the documents specialising in Bendigo right here,” Mrs Jackman said. “We’ve all learnt slowly how to get access to certain records, it takes a while to work it out. “One of the rules for family history is to start with yourself and work backwards. “And the other thing is get verbal with your relatives, before they die. “So many of us leave it too late.” Bendigo Regional Archives Centre at the library is holding a tour during National Family History Week on Wednesday, August 3, 10.30am to 11.15am: bookings 5449 2700. Both the Historical Society and the Genealogical Society are at the library on Monday afternoons, to help people begin their research into local and family history.

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Obviously, the word is out

Wordsmith Ben is tying himself up in the name of the game... obviously

Over thinking can be both a blessing and curse

OBVIOUSLY, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really starting to grate. As many people would know, overusing the grey matter and over thinking things can be both a blessing and curse. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pretty helpful when somebody comes at you with a big sack of bullsh*t, pushing an agenda, but bloody annoying when you ask somebody out on a date, she says â&#x20AC;&#x153;absolutely notâ&#x20AC;? and all you can think is â&#x20AC;&#x153;What did she really mean by that?â&#x20AC;? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an admirable quality to be â&#x20AC;&#x153;a bit of a thinkerâ&#x20AC;?, but thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a line drawn somewhere. Unfortunately, any self respecting reporter (you know, the type that doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t hack into peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s phones) has to sweat the small stuff to get the job done right. Because just like a town crier, your mistakes with detail donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go unnoticed by the public. Another downside to having an overly tuned-in social antennae is that the little things in life begin to bug you pretty quickly.

last week for poor form, but obviously Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be working hard to tick all the boxes on the training trackâ&#x20AC;?. The point is, some things are best left unsaid. Obviously. But donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t underestimate the power of a trendy word, everybody falls under its spell at some stage. The other night, after watching Sports Tonight with a friend, our conversation went a bit like this: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bloody hell, does everybody talk the same these days?â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;What do you mean?â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t you noticed lately how it seems every Tom, Dick and Harriet in professional sport begins their sentences with the word â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;obviouslyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Calm down, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re over thinking things again, mate. What do you want for tea?â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Well, obviously Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not picky...â&#x20AC;? Thankfully, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only a matter of time before itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be replaced by some other word. Which is obviously something to think about.

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Especially when it comes to how people speak. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re all slaves to fashions and fads, but theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not exclusive to clothes, dance moves and reunion tours for bands that were big for two months in the 1980s. Trends can also come in the form of words. And an absolute belter has emerged this year. From the makers of â&#x20AC;&#x153;literallyâ&#x20AC;?, â&#x20AC;&#x153;seriouslyâ&#x20AC;?, â&#x20AC;&#x153;likeâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;whateverâ&#x20AC;? comes the

latest overused word to invade conversations across the country: â&#x20AC;&#x153;obviouslyâ&#x20AC;?. Maybe itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a sign I watch too much sport, but it seems every second sentence uttered by a sports person in the media begins with this sometimes needless word. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got nothing against it. As words go, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pretty well constructed, a hell of a lot less pretentious than â&#x20AC;&#x153;evidentlyâ&#x20AC;? and much quicker to say than that five syllable behemoth, â&#x20AC;&#x153;unmistakablyâ&#x20AC;?. However, people have fallen into the habit of using it in almost every sentence,

even when the information contained is only obvious to a select few, at best. For example, you might hear this from an AFL captain: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Obviously the boys and I have had a few private words behind closed doorsâ&#x20AC;? or, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Obviously Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been secretly carrying an injury for the past monthâ&#x20AC;?. Secondly, it feels like people these days try to add a bit of gravitas and intelligence to their otherwise banal and ordinary sentences, by sticking a big â&#x20AC;&#x153;obviouslyâ&#x20AC;? at the beginning. Like adding a bit of intellectual parsley to a plate of bangers and mash.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just like how some people use the word â&#x20AC;&#x153;utiliseâ&#x20AC;? instead of â&#x20AC;&#x153;useâ&#x20AC;?. On my first day on the job in a factory many years ago, I accidentally spilled some water on the floor in the staff canteen. Quick as a flash, my supervisor leapt to his feet, and unnecessarily told me to quickly â&#x20AC;&#x153;utilise that mopâ&#x20AC;?. Finally though, â&#x20AC;&#x153;obviouslyâ&#x20AC;? is used when itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really not required. Like when the sentence contains info that is obviously obvious, like â&#x20AC;&#x153;Obviously weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d love to get the four points this weekendâ&#x20AC;? or â&#x20AC;&#x153;Obviously I was dropped

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Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in a name? IT is difficult to imagine what the area described as Irishtown was really like during the first decade of Bendigoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s existence. Even though the name of the overall township had been changed to Sandhurst, to many locals, particularly those who had been here since the earliest years of the gold rush, the original name reigned supreme. The Bendigo Creek had not been renamed the Sandhurst Creek. Similarly institutions, companies and businesses that had their roots in our early history were keen to hold on to the original name of Bendigo. A prime example of this at Irishtown was the Bendigo Gas Company â&#x20AC;&#x201C; not the Sandhurst Gas Company. Even bodies that were set up almost two decades after the original rush such as the Society of Old Bendigonians, never entertained the idea that they should use the name Sandhurst, even though the majority of members were then already part of the establishment. We can imagine the physical attributes of Irishtown in the first decades following the discovery of gold. As we commute along Nolan Street today, it

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JAMES LERK seems almost unbelievable that in 1861 it would have been impossible for a horse and cart to negotiate the mud, and deep slush that was particularly concentrated in the valley of the Bendigo Creek. Nolan Street between Lucan and McCrea Street was impassable except for foot traffic, even then, extreme caution had to be taken. Amongst the detritus

stream in the educational system of the time, the National Schools, which were under governmental control and funding. There were at least two Denominational Schools in Irishtown, both situated in Lucan Street not far from Bakewell Street. In February 1861, tenders were being called for the repair of the Church of England School at Irishtown. Evidence suggests that this was the school known as St Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. The very fact that the St

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of alluvial mining activity in Irishtown, as mentioned in the past weeks, there was a community of predominantly the very poor and their families. Even though the area was the regular haunt of these socially disadvantaged people there was a serious attempt by the churches to help provide community infrastructure facilities in the form of schools. These schools initiated by religious organisations were referred to as Denominational Schools. There existed another

Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School was being repaired indicates that it had been in existence for some time. The Wesleyans, or Methodists, were also present in Irishtown as an 1863 report in a local newspaper indicates. The reporter wrote: Ere many more weeks have elapsed the scattered but thickly populated district of Irishtown will host amongst other places of worship its Wesleyan chapel and schoolroom. The edifice which was commenced at the instigation of the Reverend George Daniel is now fast draw-

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vanced for the consecration of the building, which is in the pointed Gothic style and built entirely of brick, is adjacent to the Church of England School in the same locality and will put to the blush the weatherboard erection of the established church. The undermined state of the ground has rendered it necessary to form the foundations of tarred logs placed on the surface of the soil, which we cannot say gives an ornamental character to the chapel: the roof is to be of corrugated iron, preparations for which are

already complete. An embrasure is left in one of the gables for the reception of an inscription, which will certify the date of completion. We should imagine that this effort of the Irishtown Wesleyan denomination will stimulate other outlying districts to follow in their train. The St Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School by contrast had a shingle roof compared to the corrugated iron that was to be installed on the roof of the Wesleyan School. The tar used on the foundation logs was from the Bendigo Gas Company works, which along with the nearby Tysonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Reef Mine was a substantial employer of Irishtown men. Tar was one of the byproducts of the gas from coal process.

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JUST THE BEGINNING JAKE SCHATZ The Living End is and always has been one of the most respected rock acts in our country. From their early days of upbeat rockabilly punk fusion to 2008’s rocking mainstream chart topper White Noise, The Living End have consistently impressed audiences both in Australia and abroad. Brand new album The Ending Is Just The Beginning Repeating is neither a progression from White Noise nor a return to their roots, but a whole new beast entirely. With a sound that is dark and melancholy but encompassing an undeniably bright outlook, double bass

player Scott Owens says this is largely the idea housed within the album title. “Chris [Cheney, vocalist/guitarist] has had a lot happen to him over the past few years that has been quite negative” Owen said. “He has a gift of being able to put a positive spin on negative feelings and events, which translates into the lyrics and sound of this record. You might lose someone or something close to you, and the most positive outlook can often be that it opens the door for a new aspect of your life to begin” he said. Taking new influence to heart this time around, Owen pinpoints three bands in particular that helped mould the template for the new material. “On this record we have taken a lot of inspiration from U2 and INXS, particularly the ‘dancey’ rock stuff. Rage Against The Machine as well. Something that those three bands share is the ability to get on a groove and stay on it, letting it pulsate and grow in a tribal sort of way, making

it quite transfixing without changing the basic formula of each song. That was something we tried to do on quite a few songs on this record, which felt like something new for us and we were really happy with the result,” Owen said. “It’s cool for us to find something new. A band of our age and experience, it’s easy to stick to what we know and go through the motions for a new record, but to find a new method of rocking is pretty exciting” he said. Over his 17 years playing with The Living End, Scott counts their support slot on the AC/DC tour the highlight of his musical career. “It was so incredible to be a part of that tour, standing on the side of the stage every night. Standing behind Malcolm’s amps or Phil’s kit or whatever, to be part of an AC/DC tour with a AAA pass is a lesson on how to do rock and roll better than any other band on earth,” he said The band is playing Splendour In The Grass this

weekend, which Scott notes the band are quite ecstatic about. “Splendour is simply awesome. It’s always got a weird and interesting lineup which attracts all different kinds of music lovers. I’m looking forward to seeing Coldplay again because they blew my mind last time. Kanye will be interesting as well, I can’t say I’m a fan of the music but I’m looking forward to seeing it for the spectacle.” While more overseas touring is on the horizon, the band plan on sticking around after their September Australian tour to play some festivals, and perhaps even do a regional tour. “We’ve been talking about doing one of those tours where we start at one end of the country and finish at the other and play everywhere in between, play all the country pubs and all that” Owen said. Who knows, we could maybe even see them in Bendigo.

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On Wednesday night I watched one of Australia’s most revered jazz pianists play… with his elbow. I watched a Sydney Conservatorium graduate slap the hell out of his electric upright bass, at one point making it moan like a wounded man. Then a Con-trained drummer do just about everything but drum behind his kit. Such was my experience of ROIL at the Old Fire Station, another internationally-renowned improvisational jazz act Undue Noise pointed Bendigo’s way, for a measly 10 bucks. ROIL is pianist/composer Chris Abrahams (The Necks), bassist Mike Majkowski – heard calling his electric upright bass his “stick bass” – and jazz drummer extraordinaire, James Waples. And ‘roil’ they did on that stage, the word’s literal meaning to ‘stir up muddy sediment under water’s calmsurface’; to be ‘noisy or boisterous’ or ‘to agitate or disturb’. They did all that and more, the sea being the perfect metaphor for their music which veered from wild and scary to peaceful and meditative, like the chaotic rhythms and textures nature is famous for. The trio’s music undulated and swirled around them – and us – as they played. It was a powerful experience. Strange sounds emanated from Waples’ drum kit as he caressed the skins with tin lids, scratched at them with metal rods and hit the sides with cane sticks. At one point he had his foot in a brass bowl filled with metal balls, shaking it as he looked for the next object to taunt his kit with. (Occasioanlly he did ‘drum’). Sitting diametrically opposite was Abrahams, a man who’s spent thousands of ‘flying’ hours (possibly millions) in front of his piano throughout his long experimental/underground music-making career. (The Laughing Clowns are still one of my favorite MEGAN SPENCER

80s bands and don’t get me started on The Necks’ soundtrack to The Boys – genius). Watching him play became hypnotising. You could see his hands reflected in the shiny black wood above the keyboard, his fingers crawling over the keys as they grumbled up one way then back down the next. Several times his piano sounded so ominous, it was like something scary coming up the stairs to find you, hiding. In the middle was Mike Majkowski and his ‘stick’ – man they worked hard! He was the glue between the musicians, playing to complement his compadres, listening hard all the time, whilst lost in his own world, making decisions to support or take the lead – sometimes doing both at once. Three times ROIL’s disparate playing linked together in perfect synchronous harmony. The music lurched from one side of the stage to the other, so intense and heavy, I thought it might tip the world over. Chris Abrahams gracefully summed up what playing with ROIL was like for him when I asked, as an artist who’s played with so many over his incredibly creative music career. “It’s a great deal of fun... playing with James and Mike is quite an honour. We’ve been performing and playing for almost four years now and this has led to a strong shared methodology that seems very natural to all of us”. “Although the movement – and rate of change – both aesthetically and formally in a piece can be very quick, it always feels relaxed. It seems very fluent”. It was... and whilst sitting there with maybe oh, 20 others, soaking up the sounds, I again marvelled that I didn’t get turned away from the door as I might have, were the gig part of say, the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, where Abrahams played to near-sold out crowds.

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Brush up on health THIS is a checklist of general guidelines to help you look after your mouth and make sure you are doing everything you can at home to ensure your teeth and gums remain healthy and strong. By following these simple steps you can significantly reduce the chance of mouth problems later in life.

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Floss once a day to remove plaque and leftover food from between the teeth that a toothbrush cannot reach. Make sure you rinse thoroughly after flossing. If you have never flossed before, ask your dentist to show you the correct way to do it. If brushing or flossing makes your gums bleed or hurts your mouth, see your dentist. Interdental brushes can be used instead of floss to clean between your teeth.

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Have you considered orthodontic alternatives? By Dr SUE STONE

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F your child has crooked teeth or an incorrect jaw position it is possible to start treatment well before the teenage years to address these issues. The dentists at the Nobrace Centre are dedicated to early treatment as they believe there are many benefits to starting at a younger age. Many parents say to us “it makes sense” to grow the jaws at an early age to create room for the permanent teeth. It is ideal if we meet children well before they reach 12 years of age, however, many parents will only find out about us when their child is older. For these children the focus is still on developing the jaws to fit the teeth and not removing any adult teeth. We could really be called the “non extraction centre” as this is the absolute focus and core of what we do. For many years we have been successfully straightening children’s teeth without removing adult teeth and it is for this reason that many parents elect for their children to undertake treatment at our centre. We have patients travelling from all over Victoria and even from interstate. Nearly all of them come to see us hoping to avoid extractions and braces and many are interested in getting started early and not waiting for braces. Parents are attracted to our less invasive approach of not removing adult teeth.

If braces are truly needed to finish off our treatment it is normally for a reduced time as a lot of the treatment involves using other appliances. Children will typically spend a couple of years developing their jaws to accommodate their adult teeth and correcting any bite discrepancies. Often at the end of that stage the teeth are aligned beautifully with just a Myofunctional appliance. If braces are needed, they will normally only be used over a period of months in braces rather than years. Our views are not without controversy. Many orthodontists consider it is best to wait until the child has all adult teeth through and then use braces. They also believe that if there is a lack of space then the removal of adult teeth is an accepted approach. What we do know for certain is that nowadays parents are more interested in other alternatives for their children. And that great care should be taken to ensure that an informed decision is made based on information regarding all viable orthodontic alternatives available. All children need to be assessed for suitability for treatment at our Centre. For further information we ask that you visit our website www.nobraces.com.au It would also be helpful if you could watch the relevant 60 Minutes Report and the Current Affair story featuring orthodontics.

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ENDIGO will soon have another reason to smile with the opening of the new Bendigo Smiles dental practice at 78 Arnold Street, Bendigo. The practice is staffed by a friendly and professional husband and wife team, each with 10 years experience in dentistry. Dr Priya Naik, who has a particular interest in root canal procedures, has been working in Bendigo for more than a year both at Bendigo Health and in private

out of their state-of-the-art surgery and waiting for the installation of two automated dentistry chairs from Germany. When finished, by the middle of next month, their surgery will be completely computerised, featuring some of the latest innovative equipment in dentistry care and ready to make you smile. Email Bendigo Smiles at bendigosmiles@gmail.com for more information. ALL SMILES: Priya Naik and Mithum Shetty.

They are both extremely passionate about dentistry practice, as well as being a part-time clinical demonstrator with La Trobe University. Dr Mithun Shetty also has a special interest in Periodontics – the treatment of gum disease. Both Priya and Mithun moved from Mackay, Queensland to Bendigo to establish a practice due to the friendly people and laid-back lifestyle the region offers. They are both extremely passionate about dentistry and believe they can offer Bendigo residents quality dental treatment with a caring and gentle approach. Currently they are overseeing the fit-

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HE experienced team at Integrated Smiles aim to provide exceptional, quality dental care in a friendly, relaxed and caring atmosphere. Their proactive approach can help you plan for trouble-free, long-term healthy teeth through combining a balance of personal care, high-technology and continuing education. Their ultimate priority is to maintain a commitment to you as a patient, in providing affordable and caring dental care with their qualified and friendly staff. Integrated Smiles conveniently located just up from the Brian Boru Hotel and Lyttleton Terrace on McIvor Road has been owned and operated by husband and wife team Dr Dinesh and Dr Smita for more than12 months. They are also assisted by Dr Lavonne Kong , practice manager Jacinta Wilson and a dedicated

team of dental nurses to help make your visit as pain-free as possible. This modern practice is now equipped with computerised record keeping, digital OPG and X-ray facilities, soft tissue lasers and Intraoral camera making complex treatments such as root canal treatments, crown and bridge work easier for the patients. They can also provide you with the latest veneers, implants and teeth whitening treatments ensuring the strictest hygiene standards are maintained for you and your family. Integrated Smiles at 6 McIvor Road, operates Monday to Friday with Wednesday evening appointments available. Phone 5443 5631, email reception@ integratedsmiles.com or view their website at www.integratedsmiles.com for more information.

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Dinesh, Dr Smita, Joanne May and Jacinta Wilson Rachel Fairthorne, Rochelle Griffin, Pamel a Degn, Dr Lavonne Kong, Dr McIvor Dental Surgery changes it’s name to Integrated Smiles Integrated Smiles is a family oriented dental practice owned by Dr Dinesh and Dr Smita since July 2010. Dr Dinesh has 11 years of experience with 4 being in regional Victoria. This modern practice is equipped with computerised record keeping, digital OPG and radiographs (X-rays), soft tissue lasers, intraoral camera and rotary endodontics. They provide all general dental procedures and specialised treatments like root canals, crown and bridge, veneers, implants, gum care and teeth whitening. All procedures are done under strict infection control guidelines provided by Dental Board of Australia and Australian Dental Association. The experienced team at Integrated Smiles aim to provide exceptional, quality dental care

in a friendly, relaxed and caring atmosphere with a wealth of experience and are able to answer any questions you may have concerning your treatment. Their approach is proactive and they can help you plan for a trouble-free, long-term healthy mouth through combining a balance of personal care, high technology and continued education. Their top priority is to maintain a commitment to you as a patient in every aspect of the practice, and strive to offer a great experience that is affordable, interactive and effective. They love seeing new patients and welcome the opportunity to be your family’s primary dental care provider. They can help you achieve your oral health goal of having a beautiful, healthy smile that will last a lifetime.

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HETHER for your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s birthday party or a company function where kids need to be entertained, local business Bendigo Castle King have a range of jumping castles to suit every occasion. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our castles come in eleven different themes: fairy, blast off, toy box combo, clown combo, jungle jump, animal farm, happy birthday, mermaid and funhouse combo, which have slides inside,â&#x20AC;? Susan from Bendigo Castle King said. Bendigo Castle King jumping castles are industrial strength blow-ups. They all have UV shades which keep the sun out and a front bumper to prevent children falling out, and the electric motors and leads all have a safety switch. Safety is a big consideration, so Glenn and Susan make sure the person running the function understands how to use them. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When someone selects one of our six castle types, we transport it to the required location, set it up and teach them how to operate it, explaining the rules and safety instructions,â&#x20AC;? Susan said. The castles can be booked for either four hours or eight, although Glenn says the castle can stay beyond the four-hour booking if it is not booked for another

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Talk about Hair and Beauty have been helping women look their best in kangaroo Flat for 18 years, and at their current address at 137 High Street since the start of the new millennium. Open Monday to Friday and Saturday mornings with late appointments Thursday evenings. They use australian manufactured De lorenzo products in their salon because of their environmental credentials. as well as aSaP skin products which are also manufactured nationally and from plant extracts. Their senior hairdressers, Susan Gale (owner), Nicole Morley and Susie Coleman have an lifetime of hair and beauty experience between them. Earlier this year Susan won a competition australiawide to model some of Bennettâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boots stylish range of quality womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s wide calf

boots for those with larger calfs, before deciding to carry the impressive range in their salon. They even gave away a pair to a lucky woman in May at their official launch of the Bennetts Boot range. Designed to look flattering on the curvy leg the Bennettâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boots wide calf boots classic range has different heel heights in black, chocolate, red or tan leathers. So if you just need an

extra centimetre or even an extra 12cm around the calf, they have the boots to fit you. They also have a four week lay-by system for clients to get into a pair of these wonderful boots. available at Bendigoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s only outlet Talk about Hair and Beauty, 137 High Street, kangaroo Flat, phone 5447 7185 or visit their website at www.talkabouthairandbeauty. com.au for more details.

trim and tone to lead a healthier life

THE health and well-being of your body is reflected by more than numbers on a scale, and should be approached holistically. With the help of Helen and her team at Bendigo Trim and Tone, you too can lead a healthier life. With six powerassisted toning beds, an exercise bike, weight blaster, treadmill, massage rollers and light weights, Trim and Tone will help you get fit and shape up. The studio has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere with no waiting time to use the equipment, and thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always someone on hand to assist and guide you through your exercise. Whether youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re a gym junkie or a first timer, and whether youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re 20 or 80, everyone is welcome. The toning tables work on different parts of the body, allowing upper and lower body movement and offering full back support while you

gently exercise. You can also step it up a bit if you want a more energetic work out; you set your own pace, Clients experience great results including improved circulation, increased flexibility, relief of back, neck and shoulder tension, improved energy, strengthening of core muscles and better posture. With low-impact, passive exercises, Bendigo Trim and Tone can help with osteoporosis, arthritis,

chronic fatigue, blood pressure, poor circulation and other debilitating disorders. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll love our machines, and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll love the sense of wellbeing these toning tables give you. Pay as you go with the first session offered free, and with no need to sign up for a contract. Call Helen for an appointment on 5444 5003. Bendigo Trim and Tone is located at Shop 2, 56 Harley Street, Strathdale.

glass for your home, shop or office

YOu can rely on JCl Windows to provide an efficient and competitive service if you need glass for your home, shop, or office. Or perhaps enjoy the long term savings double glazing can deliver with reduced energy bills, improved comfort and better security. Matthew Spencer, owner operator of JCl Windows has close to two decades of glazing experience both here and in the united kingdom. He prides himself on quality workmanship and guarantees all his work. as well as being able to replace all types of damaged glass, he can repair faulty sashes and weights on older style windows, repair or replace locks, or upgrade glass to meet current building standards. JCl Windows will also quote and fit or repair windows anywhere in Central Victoria. Windows are one of the

main points for heat loss and gain and sound intrusion in your home. Double glazing is a solution for all seasons, be it heat or cold or noise pollution. Insulating your windows as well as your walls, provides a more comfortable and energy efficient home. Installing double glazed windows can reduce fluctuations in temperature by up to 70 per cent by creating an insulating barrier between two completely sealed panes

of glass. The type of glass for each panel of the double glazed unit, can be tailored to meet individual needs and increased safety requirements if required. The types and thicknesses of glass can be in almost any combination required. For an obligation free quote call Matthew on 5444 5523 or 0432 440 675, 7 days a week, alternatively email mjcandl@internode.on.net or visit www.jclwindows.com for further information.


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LocalClassifieds PHONE 5442 1646 bargains inside …

LUCAS YANG was born at

was born at

St John of God

St John of God

July 4, 2011 3120 grams

MATHEW RICHARD ANDERSON

EMMA PAIGE MCCANN

KATELYN ISOBEL MOULDAY

July 5, 2011 3740 grams Daughter of Kristy and

Son of Ruby Ding and

Garry Moulday of White

Ming Yang of Flora Hill.

Hills. Sister for Georgia.

JORDYN IVY LEWIS

FINN DOUGLAS NEIVANDT

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Bendigo Health

July 7, 2011 3515 grams Son of Jessica Elliott and

July 6, 2011

July 5, 2011

2380 grams

3730 grams

Daughter of Trish and

Daughter of Jan

July 5, 2011 4160 grams Son of Maleika and

Sean McCann

Blackman and

Phil Anderson

of Strathdale.

Travis Lewis of Spring

Rod Neivandt of

of Castlemaine.

Sister for Mitchell.

Gully. Sister for Mitchell.

Kangaroo Flat.

BRODIE MYLES WEBSTER

MELIA ABIGAIL HART

WILLOW ROSE JONGEBLOED

GRACIE MARY LOUISE TEMPLETON

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St John of God

was born at St John of God July 6, 2011 3450 grams Son of Teresa and Matt Webster of Strathfieldsaye. Brother for Hunter, Mackenzie and Riley.

ISABELLA EMERSON ROBSON

and Ashley Hart

Drew Jongebloed of

of Kangaroo Flat.

Epsom. Sister for Max.

was born at Bendigo Health July 10, 2011 2721 grams Daughter of Amy Templeton and Chris Pevitt of Lockwood. Sister for Paige, Jeremy and Oliver.

NATE ALEXANDER HARDBOTTLE

CHARLIE STANLEY JOHN TIERNEY

ASHTON JAI OOI

July 6, 2011

July 8, 2011

3840 grams

3750 grams

Daughter of Kym

Daughter of Kate and

was born at

was born at

Bendigo Helath

Bendigo Health

of Golden Square.

and Ben Hardbottle

Sister for Bailey.

of Bendigo.

was born at Bendigo Health July 11, 2011 3158 grams Son of Michelle and Brendan Tierney of Epsom. Brother for Jacob, Jessica and Markus (in heaven).

July 12, 2011

July 15, 2011

MARLEY MARGARET COLA

ALAENA MARGARET HOCKING

WILLIAM JAMES WRIGHT

3660 grams Daughter of Savannah and Wayne Robson

4120 grams Son of Melissa Jackson

was born at Bendigo Health July 14, 2011 5120 grams Son of Tamara and Ken Ooi of Kangaroo Flat. Brother for Samuel and Aleisha.

AMELIA ROSE COBB

was born at

was born at

was born at

was born at

Bendigo Health

Bendigo Health

Bendigo Health

St John of God

July 8, 2011

July 14, 2011

3420 grams

3440 grams

Daughter of Narelle

Daughter of Shell Long

Benbow and Matthew

and Adam Hocking of

Son of Rachael and Clint

Laucke and Peter Cobb

Cola of Bendigo.

Quarry Hill.

Wright of Bendigo.

of East Bendigo.

TAHLI ROSE RUSSELL

EMMERSON JUNE FOOKES

JAMES FREDERICK NEUNHOFFER

BELLA JEAN WATERS

July 14, 2011 4220 grams

John Russell of

Andrew Fookes of

Maiden Gully. Sister

Huntly. Sister for

for Ella and Cooper.

Abbey and Harrison.

was born at St John of God July 12, 2011 3890 grams Son of Sharron and Paul Neunhoffer of Strathfieldsaye. Brother for Bradley, Sarah and Elizabeth.

MAXWELL JAMES COWLED

HOLLY LOUISE NICKELSON

ELLA GRACE ROSEDALE

was born at

was born at

St John of God

St John of God

July 11, 2011

July 13, 2011

3835 grams

3380 grams

Daughter of Tania and

Daughter of Jackie and

July 10, 2011 3190 grams Daughter of Alexandra

was born at St John of God July 12, 2011 3400 grams Daughter of Renee and Shannon Waters of Bendigo. Sister for Dylan and Harvey.

ISABELLA ROSE EASTWOOD

was born at

was born at

was born at

was born at

Bendigo Health

St John of God

Bendigo Health

Bendigo Health

July 19, 2011

July 19, 2011

July 15, 2011

July 17, 2011

3986 grams

4200 grams

3720 grams

3560 grams

Daughter of Janette

Daughter of Laurie and

and Tom Rosedale of

Matthew Eastwood

Son of Melissa Bramley

Daughter of Rebecca

and Nathan Cowled of

Lord and Brad Nickelson

Huntly. Sister for Shelby,

of Golden Square.

Spring Gully.

of Bendigo.

Courtney and Liam.

Sister for Chelsea.

LILY ANNE SCULLY

ARIANNA MICHELLE GIBSON

JACK LINDSAY DUTRA

GEORGE HENRY POLKINGHORNE

was born at Bendigo Health July 20, 2011 3600 grams Son of Penny and Helio Dutra of Golden Square. Brother for Elise, Jadon, Matt, Madeleine, Christie, Liam and Jonathan.

was born at

was born at

Bendigo Health

St John of God

July 20, 2011

July 20, 2011

3400 grams

3320 grams

Daughter of Catherine

Daughter of Kellie

Gee and Kevin Scully

and Mark Gibson of

of Bendigo.

Junortoun. Sister for Sam.

was born at St John of God July 18, 2011 3440 grams Son of Sharon and Murray Polkinghorne of Flora Hill. Brother for Liam.


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F you’ve ever wanted to learn to sew, or maybe add a new craft to your repertoire – it’s so easy with Spotlight’s demonstrations, celebration days and their new quarterly magazine Get Creative. The first issue released last spring contained almost 60 projects, loads of information on products and trends, ideas for home decorating, crafting, sewing and more and it was chock full of interviews with creative people from around the world. The current issue, number three is a cosy little number devoted to great cool weather home decorating, crafting, sewing and yarn ideas. From wonderful insights into home insulation and comfort through the use of blinds and curtains to a mouth watering recipe for bolognaise pasta bake, there are more than 50 projects and lots of great

articles and ideas to inspire and entertain you. The magazine continues with competitions, book give-aways and news on crafty and creative events, Spotlight discount vouchers, new product and trend columns and more. Visit Spotlight at the beginning of August for issue number four which has the most amazing sewing and fashion stories and projects, plus tips for styling your home from the experts and loads more competitions and vouchers. Get Creative Quarterly magazine is a wonderful celebration of all that is great about craft and creativity and we hope it inspires, informs and entertains you for months to come. Spotlight Bendigo located at the top of the hill at 6 Marong Road, phone 5448 1800 open 7 days a week.

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MARRIAGE CELEBRANTS MICHELLE THOMPSON Helping you make your day special.

Ph 0407 499 953.

FRIENDSHIP SINGLES

Tuesday Night Dinner Group. 6.30pm. Ph 5441 4813.

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WEDDINGS Unique Wedding Accessories & Giftware

Piper-Rose • Bon Bonieri • Cake Boxes • Garters • Flowergirl Baskets • Ring Pillows • Gloves • Cake Toppers and more Trading hours: Mon-Fri 9am-3pm other times by appointment. Office 1, 195 Cal Gully Rd, E/Hawk Ph 5446 3117 or go to www.piperrosegifts.com

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Treadmill HIRE 0438 833 866

LOST AND FOUND

MUSIC TEACHING

LOST

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Black wallet vicinity of BP Service Station Golden Square Wed 27th July, AM, Reward return of content. Ph 5443 0047

LOST - ON TRAIN 1.20pm Wednesday 27th July from Melbourne to Bendigo. Black hooded jacket with camera & mobile. Sentimental value with camera as has holiday pics of family. Reward offered. Ph 5448 8447.

All levels - All Styles paulallenmusic.com.au Ring Paul Allen 0417 112 598

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TUTORING PREP - Yr 10. Group at my centre or privately in your home. Call Michael 0413 116 096.

PUBLIC NOTICES

PIANO TEACHER Ages 4 to adult. Beginners welcome. AMEB registered. Call Dorothy 0427 805 374

PERSONALS

CHEEKY CHAT Hot Gals Live 24hrs $3.96m mobex 1902 215 347 or C/Cards 03 9600-0123

ROCKN'ROLL and Swing Lessons at St Andrew's Hall, Myers St, Bendigo. Every Monday night at 7.30pm. Details call Mary 5443 4494 or 0448 016 787. CERAMIC Handbuilding, Wed or Thu nights, starting 10/11 aug, 10 weeks, $350. Flora Hill. Ph Maria 0428 991 294.

COLLINGWOOD Football Bus.

PERSONALS

Looking for long-time relationship or wifey. Name: Mr. Shawn Wayne Sex: Male Age: 46 Marital Status: Widowed Looking for a serious, positive change dating relationship with a woman within the age of 35-48 that can lead to marriage life. Anyone woman interesting must get back to me via email for more details at: wayne_shawn@ymail.com

MCG home games. Ph 0400 118 953.

2011 Goods and Services Auction Sunday July 31st 12.30pm - 4.30pm Strathfieldsaye Recreation Reserve, Tannery Lane

OVER 30'S HAIR SALON for your next appointment phone Jenny 5443 7323

QUIT CIGARETTES

in 60 minutes with a life time guarantee. also weight loss and gastric band hypnosis. Castlemaine every Friday. Ph 5342 4617 or 0400 573 369.

WHITE WITCH

0427 301 401

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Linking people, places and events

TRAINING & EDUCATION

Statewide Wildlife Rescue Emergency Service

Presented by Bendigo Chorale Directed by Elena Varshavskaya

A Concert of Music from around the world

LOSE CM

Featuring - Brenda Kinsella - soprano. Laura Hanson - trumpet.

Sunday August 7th, 2011 - 2.30pm Uniting Church Hall, Forest St, Bendigo

Minimum loss of 15cm from your contours within 2 hours.

Followed by afternoon tea. Tickets available at the door Adults $20, Conc $18 School children - free

Ring Rhondda‘s mobile service

Contact 5443 0174 or email bendigochorale@hotmail.com

5433 5323 or 0431 056 950

FIRST AID TRAINING 3

Wednesday 10th August. 4pm - 10pm Apply First Aid (5 - 6 hrs) $145 CPR (2 - 3 hrs) $75.00

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BBQ lunch provided from 12.30pm onwards with refreshments available.

LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE

Bendigo & District – Locally owned Phone: 0407 822 490 or 5439 3699 www.heart2heartfirstaid.com.au

• Post Surgical/Cosmetic • Lymphoedema & CDT • Swollen Limbs & Muscles

Cost for BBQ lunch/registration is $5 per person. All Welcome. Payment on the day is required to receive your bidded items. EFTPOS facilities available, cash and cheque will also be accepted.

5446 1444

public notice traffic interruptions

EMPLOYMENT

Extra Income for your Family Positions available for reliable walkers to deliver catalogues.

Extra Income for your Business Do you require Catalogues or flyers to be delivered?

Spot On

Bendigo Creek Sewer Duplication Project

Catalogue Deliveries & Collating Services Cnr Thistle & Abel Sts, Golden Square.

Ph 5447 3017 E: ot@aapt.net.au

Taking enrolments now for 2012 – 3 & 4 year olds Friendly rural kinder For a unique learning experience with an individualised program

Phone 5474 2391

SCRAPBOOKING

Massive Sale

25% off all stock

7 Days only Mon 8/8/11 - Sun 14/8/11 opposite Westpac Bank

Scrapbookingncraft, Centro Lansell Kangaroo Flat www.coliban.com.au

Phone Tully: 0417 386 346

Bendigo Newcomers: Ph 0418 582 531 E: bendigonewcomers@vic.chariot.net.au www.bendigonewcomers.com

Public sessions available or we can come to your venue. For further course information please see web.

1300 363 200

• Problem solving • Private obedience lessons • Specialised training • Over 20 years experience

For further information & event details contact

• Signed Sporting Memorabilia • Mens and Ladies Jewellery • Jukebox • Gift Vouchers • Sporting Gear Plus much more!

Traffic interruptions for the week ending Friday 5 August 2011 are: > Neil Street - road closed between MacKenzie Street West and Luxton Terrace. Access for residents. > MacKenzie Street West - reduced to one lane at times between John Street and Neil Street. > Carpenter Street - road closed between Station Street and Lockwood Road. Access for residents. > Longmore Street - road closed between May Street and Symes Street. Access for residents. > Symes Street - road closed between Longmore Street and Elvey Drive. Access for residents. > Elvey Drive - road closed. Access for residents. Please note: interruptions are subject to change, refer to our website and click on link to Major Projects for full details.

We come to you… and problem solved!

Bendigo Newcomers hosts regular social activities as a way to meet new people & discover what the Bendigo Region has on offer.

HYPNOSIS

MOUNTAIN bike Dunlop ladies EC $50. Ph 0412 803 849

Dog Training

Tarot Readings. Ph 0424 577 609.

Enjoy a night of dancing each Saturday night at the Uniting Church Hall. Forest St, Bendigo. 8pm - 11.30pm. Entry $8. Great music and supper. Ph. 5443 5380 Gain confidence, quit smoking, lose weight. Phone now, Trevor Harris. dip.clin.hyp. 5435 3585

PUBLIC NOTICES

Bendigo

DANCELAND

PUBLIC NOTICES

Strathfieldsaye Storm

PUBLIC NOTICES

0402 901 137

Private Training Females Only Weekdays K/Flat 9.00 to 3.00 By Appointment

PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS Do you know someone on a Disability Support Pension that could use a little extra cash????? We may be able to help. Vatmi Industries is Australia’s largest employer of people with a disability. Our Recycling Facility located in Bendigo is currently seeking reliable and capable people to join their team. This is a great opportunity to work with an organization that has over 42 years experience within the disability sector. You will receive on the job training , support from designated support personnel and make some new friends. We offer flexible working conditions with a mix of full time and part time positions available and we are conveniently located close to public transport. Interested and motivated people should send their applications to nburton@

Enquiries call

vatmi.com.au – or call on 5441 6795 to

5447 0427

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EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT

LIVE-LIFE Work Less! Work from Home

PART time position in take away fish shop. Ph Natalie on 0413 250 331.

www.TodaysBoomBiz.com

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DRIVER INTERSTATE

Fulltime Positions vacant, in Mildura, Vic (North West Corner of Victoria) Salary: Negotiable, Vehicle Supplied Experienced in commercial & domestic work

Enquiries Phone Anthony 0417 731 073

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

TRAVEL

WE’RE FLYING, JOIN US!

2011 COACH TOURS

NATURE DIRECT Build Your Own Business Join my team within an Aussie Owned Co. Direct Sales of Chemical Free Household Products. Infoline: 1800 443 873 Then call Kirsten 0417 158 311. naturedirectbendigo@aapt .net.au or facbook.com /naturedirectkirsten

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with the expansion of a family company we are looking to employ 1 professional B double /single operator, with a possitive can do clean attitude for our new refrigerated & general equipment. Paying above the award wage, vic road print out a must. Please call 03 5427 4888 or email resume to jittrans@bigpond.net.au

OVER 150 NEW STORES OPENED IN THE PAST 4 YEARS Eagle Boys are expanding in Regional Victoria. Be a part of our success story and join one of Australia's fastest growing Franchises. Eagle Boys have secured this exclusive opportunity to rebrand a well located, strong pizza operation in Kangaroo Flat and are looking for the right Franchisee to invest in this unique business opportunity.

EAGLE BOYS PIZZA

Entry level $100,000 less than new store*. Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity, Call to discuss now. Contact Michael Standley on 0488 080 591 Or visit www.eagleboys.com.au * Based on typical new Eagle Boys store budget for Regional Victoria.

Peat’s Office Equipment has been providing total business solutions to Echuca and the surrounding district since 1976. We are a team dedicated to providing businesses with all their technical and technology needs. We are expanding our business and want you to come on board in the following areas.

TRAVEL

TECHNICIAN In this full time position you will be able to display your great interpersonal skills while performing your duties accurately and efficiently. If you are technically minded and enjoy a variety of work and challenges then this position will suit you and allow you to apply your MSCE qualifications. Your knowledge on MS Servers and networks will be of great benefit combined with 5 years past experience. A current driver’s licence is essential as you will be working both in our workshop and onsite at our customers premises.

THE THREE DON’TS OF TRAVELLING You... Don’t pay for fuel, don’t get lost and don’t have to organise anything when travelling with

Ph 5821 3777

CORPORATE SALES POSITION

RETAIL SALES POSITION

Your love of retail sales combined with your great people skills will help you in your role along with the on the job product training. You will have control of the showroom layout and work together with our corporate sales team to develop and maintain current up to date stock. Your great communication skills and friendly nature will assist you in both your customer relations and working with your fellow employees. Handwritten application specifying which position you are applying for and attached resume should be sent to the below address by COB 26th August 2011. Rodney Pearl Corporate Manager P.O. Box 315 Echuca, Victoria, 3564. “Your Total Business Solutions since 1976”

Lic. 30030

18 DAY WESTERN AUSTRALIA WILDFLOWERS Discover Perth before travelling South to the picture perfect towns of Margaret River, Bunbury & Busselton. See the most South-Westerly point of Australia before travelling to Albany. The tour takes us inland to Kalgoorlie & Esperance before we cross the Nullarbor, see the magnificent views of the Great Australian Bight. Departs Saturday 10th Sept Ad $4895 Pen/Past $4875

10 DAY HERVEY BAY & TOOWOOMBA ‘CARNIVAL OF FLOWERS’ Say goodbye to the cooler weather of the south and head north whilst appreciating the diversity of Queensland before enjoying three nights in Hervey Bay. During our stay we enjoy a whale watching cruise & explore Fraser Island. During our two nights stay in Toowoomba we enjoy the festivities of the Carnival.

Account Manager

Departs Sunday 11th Sept Ad $2655 Pen/Past $2635

Full-Time position

10 DAY BIRDSVILLE-INNAMINKA WITH LAKE EYRE OPTIONAL FLIGHT

An exciting opportunity has been created for an experienced sales person to join the team at Bendigo Magazine. Reporting to the Editor, you will be an enthusiastic, self-motivated sales professional who is a team player. You will be dynamic and passionate, with a demonstrated strategic sales approach and account management skills. In this role you will be responsible for providing innovative ideas to build existing client spend and develop meaningful relationships within the business community. You will need to excel at building rapport, possess exceptional time management skills and high level administrative ability. An interest and passion for print media and the ability to think creatively and work with clients to effectively market their business through Bendigo Magazine will be essential. Key Skills include: UÊ A demonstrated successful sales history UÊ Highly self motivated and results driven

Bendigo Pick Ups for Tour Available Office hours for Tour Bookings & Enquiries 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday - Friday

19 Wheeler St, Shepparton. 3630

SALES POSITION (2) We currently have a full time position available for a corporate salesperson to deal directly with businesses and assist in analysing their needs and pricing their solution. With your knowledge of business equipment, attention to detail and current drivers licence you will shine in this position.

HERVEY BAY - Gold Coast 12 Days 15th August............................................. $2195 t/s LAKE EYRE - Flinders Ranges 6 Days 4th Sept inc 2 hr scenic flight...................... $1575 t/s KANGAROO ISLAND - Victor Harbour 7 Days 12th Sept .................................................. $1495 t/s EYRE PENINSULA 7 Days 20th Sept .................................................. $1350 t/s CANBERRA FLORIADE 5 Days 22nd Sept or 10th Oct ................................. $725 t/s MILDURA COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL 5 Days 1st Oct ....................................................... $695 t/s HAWKESBURY - Nepean Valley - Sydney 7 Days 11th Oct ................................................... $1450 t/s FLINDERS RANGES - Arkaroola 8 Days 24th Oct ................................................... $1850 t/s HUNTER VALLEY - Port Stephens 7 Days 8th Nov .................................................... $1495 t/s TASMANIA - Springtime 12 Days 11th Nov ..........................Ad $3050, Pen $2950t/s FLINDERS ISLAND - Launceston 5 Days 12th Nov .................................................. $1895 t/s LOXTON LIGHTS UP 3 Days 28th Nov .................................................... $450 t/s NEW YEAR TOUR - MILDURA 3 Days 30th Dec..................................................... $550 t/s

Enjoy an outback experience in Motel Style Accommodation as we see the Flinders Ranges, Wilpena Pound & Marree. We stay two nights in Birdsville before crossing the border into Queensland where we visit Innaminka & Tibooburra. Don’t forget to ask about the Optional Flight from Birdsville taking in the Dimentina, the Channel Country, the mouth of Lake Eyre & the North Shore.

Services Offered ARNOLD'S

Digger & Trenching Service •Post Holes •Trenching •Ripping •Rotary Hoeing •Levelling •4 in 1 Bucket Phone: 0419 471 541

ASBESTOS REMOVALIST

BATHROOM RENOVATIONS Complete bathroom makeovers & alterations. 34 yrs exp by qual tradesman. Servicing Bendigo - Castlemaine & surrounding districts. FREE Quote phone Rod Cox 0419 267 672 or 4406 6019.

Ph 0408 006 322.

ANTENNAS

TV Tuning from $40

• Digital TV’s, Set Top Boxes & Aerials • DVD, Recorders & Austar • Surround Sound, wall mount • Installed & explained • Convert Video to DVD $20

Phone Ron on 5447 7823 or 0431 609 423

Departs Wednesday 21st Sept Ad $2165 Pen/Past $2145

5 DAY LITTLE DESERT & GRAMPIANS DISCOVERY TOUR

The Grampians is one of Victoria’s most popular holiday destinations. Renowned for its breathtaking rocky views & rich Aboriginal culture. Roughly 100 km north-west of the Grampians is the Little Desert National Park. It’s hard to imagine a greater contrast. Little Desert is largely sandy & flat but full of animal life including the remarkable mallee fowl. Departs Monday 26th Sept Ad $975 Pen/Past $955

UÊ Ability to build rapport with people quickly UÊ Attention to detail UÊ Strong organisational, communication, presentation and interpersonal skills with the ability to multi-task effectively UÊ Team player Based in Bendigo, the successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary as well as training and career development opportunities and a positive and team-orientated work environment.

Editor Bendigo Magazine PO Box 324 Bendigo 3552 or email andrea@bendigomagazine.com Applications close Monday, August 8, 2011.

For further information on the above tours or for a full listing, please contact our friendly staff, visit our website www.cardwells.com.au, or your local Travel Agent.

35 McDonald Street, Numurkah 3636

Toll Free: 1800 033 068

Need that extra phone or tv point? • Digital Antenna upgrades • Data & Phone Cabling • Set Top Box Installation • TV Mounting • New Points • Domestic & Commercial • Free Quotes

Ph Josh

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Services Offered Bendigo at home hairdressing Affordable 7 Days.

WE COME TO YOU

5441 8336

HERITAGE

MINI EXCAVATIONS COMBO Rock Breaker, Post Hole Borer, Spreader Bar. weekend work welcome. Ph 0424 731 777.

BOBCAT & TIPPER HIRE 4 ton excavator, 14 ton loader with rippers, rubbish removed, driveways, tree lines ripped. Free Quote. Travis 0408 994 890 or 5446 9597

BODY UNIQUE MASSAGE Need a massage? Aches, Pains, Stress or Tension. CALL BETH Non sexual service 5442 8480 BUILDER expertise, decks, pergolas, reno's, alum. flywire screen repairs. Phone John 5410 1217 or 0411 664 886

CONCRETER

MASTER BUILDER "From hanging a door to bulding your home." www.rossbatson builder.com Ph Ross 0400 227 604

CARPENTER

(17 years experience) Affordable Rates Ph 5439 7116

CAR REMOVALS. Ph 0457 969 464

D O M E S T I C CLEANING Ph 0407 510 704.

COMPUTER PROBLEMS Cheap Rates. PC Repairs or Training. Pens. Concession. Ph Allan 5447 2965, 0417 526 140

COMPUTER SICK?

Slow start up? Internet buggy? Kids killed the computer again? On site tune up for that troublesome computer. Ph. 0415 036 568 Pensioner Disc. Avail.

A1 - Paths, sheds, driveways, cross overs, small jobs + garden care. Free quotes. Insured. Ph. 0422 424 348.

CONCRETER Driveways Paths etc Free Quotes

Ph. 0428 381 925 CONCRETER Driveways, paths, shed floors, spray on patterns, free quotes, no job too small. Ph 0408 204 114 CONCRETING & HOME MAINTENANCE SERVICE Free quotes. Quality assured. 0412 905 517.

BLOCKED DRAINS from $99 Sewer camera. 0427 507 685

MR DRAINS DRAINS UNBLOCKED Cheap Rates Same Day Service Phone 0400 813 610

ELECTRICIAN All types of work. Free quotes Wiegard Electrical. Ph 0419 367 071.

FURNITURE REMOVALIST

COMPUTER SUPPORT LOCAL, COUNTRY &

BUILDER

Timber Decks, Pergolas, Extensions, Renovations. Registered. Ph Graham 0438 437 680.

In Home Reasonable Rates 7 days Extended hours Ph Shaun 0400 811 880

APPLIANCE REPAIRS

INTERSTATE Melbourne weekly, Pensioner discount. 23 yrs exp. Carton Sales. 7 days. Ph Peter 5446 2507

FURNITURE REMOVALIST BENDIGO MELBOURNE COUNTRY, weekend moves. 20 yrs exp. Call Steve owner/driver on 0427 046 001 or AH 5446 1740.

GARDENING

Garden maintenance, rose pruning, hedges, landscaping. Insured. Greg 0448 565 995

GARDENING

Digit Rotary Hoe Service Rejuvenate Lawns & Veggie Gardens, Seedbed Preparation & Instant Turf. Contact John Catto 0418 590 121

GAS HEATER SERVICING De Haan Plumbing & gas services. Call Warren 0400 974 962

HANDYMAN

Large or small jobs. Registered, Insured. Call Hire a Hubby 0412 585 653

HANDYMAN

Tradesman skills Pride in the job Small jobs welcome Ph. Robert 5443 6614

BIN HIRE

TIGER BIN HIRE

• Washing Machines • Clothes Dryers • Dishwashers • Electric Ovens

Locally owned & operated Domestic Commercial Bob Cat Hire Competitive rates

PH 0418 133 802 BATHROOMS & KITCHENS

NEED YOUR BATHROOM

RENOVATED? Licensed & Qualified Tradesman

FREE QUOTES - PROMPT SERVICE

Jason 0448 324 126 Nick 0428 431 184 LACEY JOINERY Custom made • Kitchen • Bathroom • Laundry • Wardrobes • Total project management

Skip Bin Hire & Site Clean ups

Ph/Fax 5439 3451 PO Box 42, Native Gully Cres, Strathfieldsaye 3551

BIN CLEANING

BLINDS & CURTAIN CLEANING • Home & Office • Same Day Service • Leather & Upholstery • FREE QUOTES Call David & Margo 0414 376 673 or 5441 7519 mr-clean@bigpond.com / www.mrclean.net.au

BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING

DG HENSON

Call Darren Henson: 0438 521 665

35 Years Experience

• Holes Patched • Extensions • Renovations • Free Quotes

TRUCK MOUNTED TELESCOPIC EXCAVATOR

24 Hour Emergency Service Phone Brock at Snowdon Contracting

0419 115 360

SYNTHETIC turf, buy direct from distributor, 5 types to choose from, $39-$31 per sqm, cut to size. Ph 0438 430 213

• Trenching • Driveways• Site cuts • Retaining walls • Backyard clean-ups

Using our 5 ton excavator 4.5 ton skid steer & ten metre tipper

CALIFORNIA GULLY

POST HOLES

PANEL BEATING Spray painting, rust repairs. 25 yrs experience, cheap rates. Ph 5443 1710 or 0401 915 906.

After Hours Ph. 5448 8814

Call Clint 0427 349 549 cjchandler65@bigpond.com

SPLIT SYSTEMS

Heating & Cooling. Supply and installation. Electrical and plumbing. Free quotes. Ph 0419 367 071.

All types of plastering. • Home Maintenance •Tiling •Painting •Carpentry. Free quotes. Ph. Brian 0407 679 618

SUBDIVISION CONSULTANT 0435 147 045 Complete project management

BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING

Sherlock Soil Works

Rates. Free Quotes. Ph. 0439 631 311 or 5433 3771

COM PET RATE ITIVE S

PJ TAYLOR

BOB MILLER Mobile 0418 510 217.

WINDOW CLEANER

Over 30 yrs exp & Fully Insured. Reasonable

BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING

5446 1422

Interior - Exterior Quality Painting Solutions. Ph Zak 0415 957 669.

PLASTER

PLASTERER

Bobcat & Tipper Hire Backhoe Trenching Post Hole Borer 200 - 600mm diameter

Site Clearing Driveways Excavation Laser Levelling Rubbish Removal

Call Ron 0438 569 385

Excavator Bobcat Dingo Tipper

Post Holes Trenches Site Cleans Pools Driveways Site Cuts

• SITE CUTS • TRENCHING • DRIVEWAYS • RUBBISH REMOVAL • POST HOLES • TIPPER

0400 882 369 BOOKKEEPING

James Sherlock Ph: 0407 472 775

jasherlock@hotmail.com

BOOKKEEPING

DIY EXCAVATIONS

& BAS Preparation

DINGO HIRE • 4 IN 1 BUCKET

Affordable Rates Confidentiality Assured Registered BAS Agent

• LEVELLING/ RIPPING

Phone: 0407 530 084

• POST HOLE AUGERS • 150ML TRENCHING

Ph: 0400 936 738

• 10m Tip Truck • Superdog • 5T Excavator • Bobcat Hire

BUILDERS

Rob Blackford Builder

GENERAL EARTHWORKS HWORKS K • SITE CUTS • POST HOLES Nathan 0423 774 012 Glen 0458 276 767 dglightburn@bigpond.com

COL’S CO C OL S EQUIPMENT HIRE Pty. Ltd. • 1.5 ton Kubota mini excavator on trailer b with 3 buckets (quickhitch) Ideal for plum plumbers/electricians, or general use.

• 3.5 ton M Mitsubishi Cantor tipper truck Also providing personal lawnmowing service Give Col a call

5448 3611 or 0419 606 970

Now operating in Central Vic

Won’t damage driveways or concrete. 9 meter reach, 8’ weed bucket, GP and toothed buckets. Ideal for cleaning dams, drains, channels, rubbish, scrub and general excavations.

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

PAINTING SERVICES

BLINDS & CURTAINS

L A N D S C A P I N G

• Windows • Doors • Furniture • Routered Signs

snipping $35 per hr / $30 pen. Spraying $30 per hr/pen $25. Rubbish removal $65 per load / $60 pen. (incl tip fee of $26) 6' trailer. Ph. Michael 5448 5402 or 0407 448 249.

0467 542 366

• Sites cut and cleared • Post holes drilled • Jack Hammer work • Laser levelling •Skidsteer work • Screw piling • Flexible hours to suit

Timber

LAWN MOWING, whipper

GARDENING

All forms of qualified gardening care. Rose and fruit tree pruning. Ring Andy 0400 596 006.

Wayne’s Appliance Repairs

On all makes & models

LAWN mowing - Edges done, grass removed also rubbish loads to tip all $30 p.h. Ph Tony 0419 299 819

✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

EExtensions t i & Alt Alterations ti Bathrooms/Kitchens DBU 29100 Disabled access Decks and pergolas Design & Plan Preparation Registered Buliding Practitioner

Tel: 5433 6126 • Mob: 0403 962 817

TRUECOBLUE NSTRUCTIONS

NO JOB TOO SMALL

HOME MAINTENANCE • Bathroom Renovations • Decks & Pergolas • Free Quotes PH NICK 0428 431 184 CARPENTERS

CARPENTER S & J Hickman Builders

LITTLE RIPPER Digger Service

Trenching, Rotary Hoeing, Post Holes, Levelling 4 in one bucket,Tipper Hire. Ph: Glenn or Donna

5446 7163 or 0418 510 074

Home maintenance, Decks, Pergolas, Fences and Small Renovations

Call: 0409 381 474

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Taxation 2011

Making the important decisions in your life M

ANY people think tax time is an end to marking the financial year just gone. But MGR Accountants see it as a beginning. From your first job through to planning and enjoying your retirement MGR

Accountants can guide and advise you. Their knowledge and expertise helps you make the important decisions in life regarding you and your family’s financial security. From when you get your first job and are issued with a Tax File Number (TFN) and complete annual taxation returns, MGR can help. As your career progresses there may be many investment opportunities, or perhaps you decide to start your own business and will need advice or assistance with the complexity of the myriad of financial legislation you’ll encounter.

Whatever stage you’re at MGR Accountants will be there to help and advise you, MGR Accountants – Business Advisers for Life. Currently superannuation issues are some of the most important considerations tax payers should be aware of. One such issue is the danger of super contributions exceeding the contributions cap. If the contributions exceed the cap, then it is possible to pay almost 93 per cent tax on a super contribution in penalty for the breach. To avoid being penalised, keep in mind that there are only a limited number of contributions that can be elected not to count towards the non-concessional contributions cap. These include contributions arising from personal injury payments and the proceeds from certain small business assets. The limit for concessional tax

deductible contributions is very low, and many people are being pushed inadvertently over the limit. Make sure you consult a professional and find out whether circumstances warrant asking the Commissioner to reconsider the excess contribution assessment. MGR Accountants influence reaches a lot further than just business interests as well. Being proud sponsors of the following organisations; Bendigo Bank Spirit Women’s National Basketball Team, Bendigo Bombers Football Club, Bendigo Braves, Bendigo United Cricket Club, Girton Grammar School, Strathdale Soccer Club, Strathfieldsaye Football & Netball Club and the Otis Foundation. MGR Accountants Bendigo office is located at 1 Somerville Street, Bendigo, phone 5443 8888 or email mgr@mgr.com.au to get your financial affairs in order.

GRAHAM WATSON Accounting & Management Consultants P/L TAXATION & ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL Monday to Saturday & After Hour Appointments available.

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• Taxation Returns • Business Consulting • General Accounting • Primary Producers • Superannuation Funds • Personalised Service

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BJOERN’S ACCOUNTING SERVICES

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For all your Taxation, Bookeeping and Accounting services. Specialising in Individual Tax Returns, Salary Sacrifice/ Packaging Advice as well as BAS, Super, FBT, GST and PAYG compliance. Best of all I COME TO YOU even after hours or weekends

Certified Practising Accountants Registered Tax Agents Accounting and business advisory services & preparation of personal and business tax returns. Appointments can be made after normal work hours and on Saturdays.

Call Bjoern - 5446 2697

Phone: 5444 0700

Individual Tax Returns

Services: • Individual Tax Returns • Small Business Specialist • Rental Property Advice • Self Managed Super Funds • Cashflow Management • New Business Advice, Valuations & Structuring 110 Pall Mall, Bendigo

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Stewarts Accountants’ dynamic team provides a full range of tailored accounting and business services. We carefully match our expertise with our clients’ needs and continually strive to provide superior, personalised service to achieve best practice outcomes.

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Services Offered CARPENTRY

FENCING / GATES

J & SD CONSTRUCTIONS

RURAL FENCING

ALL ASPECTS OF CARPENTRY

• Renovations • Bathrooms a speciality FREE QUOTES • Pensioner rates apply Phone Justen

0411 331 662

HANDYMAN SERVICES

Ian Clements

Gippsvalley Contractors

• Decks • Pergolas • Renovations • Home & Property Maintenance • Framing • Tiling • Landscaping • Plaster Patching & Painting

RELIABLE QUALITY SERVICE

Mobile: 0407 338 944 Email: info@acbeazley.com www.acbeazley.com

CONCRETING BENDIGO

DELIVERY DAYS DELIVERY 67 DAYS

MINI

PH 5446 3111

CRETES

Handyman

Rural, boundary and electric fencing. Arenas, Stockyards and Post and Rail Excavator, Tip Truck and Bulldozer hire

Call Mark on 0422 973 492 FURNITURE REMOVALISTS

BOXES!

Ph Lee

0413 427 367

No job too small

5444 5723

9 Marong Road, Bendigo www.packsend.com.au/bendigo

• Handymen & Odd Jobs • Carpenters • • Glazier • Fencing • Plastering • Painters • • Bathroom renovations • Plumbers • Decking • • Electricians • Concreting • Pruning • • Sheds & Pergolas • Lawns & Gardens •

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Phone: 5435 3148 or 0407 349 372

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FLOOR SERVICES

For All Your Property Maintenance Needs

W Wash

• Trade Qualified - Fully Insured

Hot/Cold blow dry H Flea rinse Comb/Brush

• Alternative Coating Specialist

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“Quality assured trained professionals”

SERVICES OFFERED:

• Timber, Cork & Parquetry

FLOOR SANDING Ph 0411 356 116 or 5446 7433

• Supply & Installation covering Victoria • No Obligation Quotes

GAS SERVICING

Is your Gas Heater safe?

• Residential • Commercial • Industiral • Lifts • Rural • Underground Wiring • Fire Detection Systems

7 Days a Week

• Handyman Carpentry • Window Maintenance • All Glass Repairs • Window Cleaning • Vacuuming/Mopping • Dusting • Bathrooms/Toilets • Painting • Electrical/Plumbing • Showerscreen Repairs • Small Bathroom Mirrors • Mowing • Gutters • Maintaining Trees

No job too small or too big

Green Waste Specials Green Waste

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HOME MAINTENANCE

Call to get a full clean and service on your heater. Prompt and reliable service.

0427 332 685

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Tired of Waiting for a Tradesman 0418 507 709RECA/H 5448 3333 7821

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5447 0054

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MOBILE

HEATER SERVICING

• Evacuated Tube Solar Hot Water Systems • Grid Feed Power Systems • Mobile Solar Kits • Cost Saving L.E.D. Lighting

GROW & FIX IT

• Lawn Mowing • Edge Trimming • Painting Garden Maintenance • Doors fixed/hung • Watering Systems • Pergolas • Taps fitted/leaks fixed • Custom Sprinklers • Spraying

0435 956 695

• verandas • plastering • pergolas • tiling • fences • decks • renovations • carports

Bendigos largest sand, soil, gravel & decorative stone supplier are now offering green waste recieval.

Now you can do both at our depot 452 Epsom-Barnadown Rd

Or call 54 488 171 for more details

For all things Plumbing and Gas • Safety check your heater by qualified gas fitters. • All other general plumbing maintenance repairs.

Ph: 5439 3660 or 0400 161 555 bendigoplumbing.gas@bigpond.com

secure storage Kev’s• WWarehouse h S Space • $2.20 per week/square meter floor space • Self Storage Container • $40 per week 2.4m x 5.9m x 2.6m high

Tom Hayes 0427 619 898

Leave your green waste with us! Got some lawn clippings or prunnings to get rid of and need something for your garden or yard?

STORAGE

’s Tom Building & Maintenance

Lic. No 100194

Licensed Gasfitter. Lic No: 50975

124 Mollison Street, Bendigo Ph: 03 5442 7600 Email: bendigo@planetpower.com.au

Prompt reliable service from a local family business PHONE Neil:

• Environmentally Friendly Laundry Products • Hydronic Hot Water & Heating Systems • Sustainable Solutions

Locally Owned & Operated

ENSURE THAT YOUR HEATER IS SAFE THIS WINTER. HAVE IT TESTED AND CHECKED

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REMOVALS

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• Retaining Walls • Paving • Landscaping • Stoneworks • Garden Features

Ph: 0448 878 232

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• Lawn Mowing • Brush Cutting • Landscaping • Fencing • Firewood • Rubbish Removal • General Handyman Duties • Trenching • Shed Construction • Concrete Slabs • Mini Digger Service • Post holes FREE QUOTES FULLY INSURED

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Ph 0428 635 375

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From paving, to retaining walls, to planter boxes... we brick it all.

• General Carpentry • Door Hanging • House & Garden Maintenance • Painting • Paving • Tiling • Pergolas

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Ph 5441 2394 or 0411 455 706

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FOR SALE

Services Offered PLUMBERS

W.P.C Bendigo Licensed Plumbers

TREE LOPPING

Blocked drains cleared fast

SMITHS

•SEPTIC • SEWER • STORMWATER 5000psi

• Gutter Guard • Blocked Drains • New Homes • HWS Changeover • Renovations

0438 353 978

Our services include CCTV colour pipe inspections for pipes 40mm to 1500mm

(no job too BIG or SMALL for the Smith Family team)

• Bendigo • Castlemaine • Heathcote • Rochester • Marong • Daylesford All surrounding areas

5448 4255 1300 PIPE DR

0430 821 706

1300 747 337

BLOCKED DRAIN SPECIALISTS

www.pipedr.com.au

Blocked Drains? 0404 099 260 | 54471136

Fully Insured

Peter Carr Plumbing & Gasfitting Pty. Ltd.

Domestic • Commercial Industrial • Water Main Disinfection • Sewerage & Stormwater Drains • Trade Waste Drains Cleared and Treated • •

A friendly, reliable, local plumbing team fully qualified in all aspects of plumbing

544 33 999 4 Nolan Street, Bendigo

GASFITTING & PLUMBING - Gasfitting & Services - General Maintenance - Leaking Taps & Toilets - Storm Water & Tanks - Guttering & Downpipe Renewal - Blocked Drains - Roofing & Spouting - Rental Maintenance - Solid Fuel Heating

E: drano62@bigpond.com

For all your tiling, bathroom and patio waterproofing

Ph Tom 0458 425 145

Bendigo Weekly

Local Classifieds DISPLAY ADS

$6.90 per cm/col

0417 545 193 or 5447 7276 91 Wesley St, Kangaroo Flat

Beautiful double leadlight doors in EC. $795 ono. Ph 0418 592 228

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

DOOR, timber, modern, VGC, $25. Ph 5447 7546

2 SINGLE pine beds with storage. $50 ea. Ph 5441 7585

CAMPING toilet, never used, $50. Ph 0435 900 510.

DRESS formal size 10 no strapless. $20 Ph 5447 7955 AH

AB swing, EC, $30. Ph 5437 5230

CARPET underlay, Bifelt, 25m linel , VGC, $60 ono. Ph 0428 422 993.

DRESSING table, GC, $70. Ph 7776.

CD / DVD storage rack, new in box, light brown, $15. Ph 5443 6219.

DVD movie Maid in Manhattan $5. Ph 5447 1192

CHESTNUTS, approx 3kg, $10. Ph 5442 3134.

ELLIPITICAL strider /stepper, VGC. $70. Ph 5444 5695

AGAPANTHUS blue, free. Ph 5448 5328 Epsom

AXLE & springs small garden trailer $10. Ph 0437 375 304 BABY swing (motorised) music, EC, $70. Ph 0438 442 602

COFFEE/TV table, 2 draws 1 shelf, 24"x24", wood. $100. Ph 5447 1192 COMPUTER desk with grey legs GC $20. Ph 0404 717 267

retro, 5443

ENGEL 40lt fridge, new Dec 2010, incl. cover & stand, used twice. $1000 ono. Ph 0407 349 235

GYM equipment, walker, rower, bike, bench weight machine, GC. $1200. Ph 5427 3922 or 0428 973 360

HAIRDRESSING

Chairs, black leather x 6 with matching black leather mirrors, $1500 ono the lot. Ph 0431 950 531

HANDYMAN/GARDENER Free quotes Great job Phone Neil 0435 956 695

HAY oaten small squares, no rain damage, $10 bale, delivery available. 0419 115 360

HEATER Coonara Grange gas log space heater. 5.1 star gas energy rating (as new) $3,899 March 2011 selling $2,500 (4 mths old). Ph 5438 3532 after 6pm.

HEATER Dimplex, column VGC. $25. Ph 5439 3054

ROOFING

BED & base, single, Sleepmaker with doona $50. 0403 965 194

DESK, large wooden, 3 draws, great cond. $100. Ph 0448 496 461

FAKE fur coat, long black ladies, $95 ono. Ph 5442 5060

BENDIGO

BEDHEAD and tallboy, single, pine, VGC, $100. Ph 0402 403 569.

DESK, students, shelves and drawers, EC, $100. Ph 5442 1664

FALCONS netball body suit, 1 season, small tall, $80. Ph 5441 5257

HOT water, Rinnai 26lt external unit, new in box, $1000. Ph 0411 432 733.

BEDS Mattress Sale

DINING suite, Beechwood, round/oval extendable table. 6 Upholstered chairs. $450. Ph 0419 003 452

FENCE panels 2.4x1.2 galvanized, 8 of $25 each + 1 gate $30. Ph 5442 6107

IKEA floor lamp, silver, $50. Ph 5441 4990.

bendigogutterguy@contractor.net

Over 40 Years Experience

6 Year Guarantee *conditions apply

E ROOF L E ING S T E All your roofing & guttering.

Renew in colorbond Ph: Doug 0419 512 159 or 5443 7851 • Concrete tiles • Terracotta otta tiles • Slate tiles • Iron roofing

FREE ROOF INSPECTIONS Re-bedding and flexible pointing High pressure cleaning Valley iron replacement Extensions Insurance claims

DOORS

CROCHET pattern books, $20 lot will separate. Ph 5442 3134.

0419 005 041

Waterproofing certificates supplied with guarantee

Phone Brian on

BEAUTICIAN/hairdresser ergonomic stool EC $69. Ph 0423 203 715

John Paterson

• Ceramics, Porcelain, Terracotta and Stackstone • Water damaged patios repaired • Joist & beam replacement.

JUDD’S TREE LOPPING

In stock now, 12 mths warranty, plus bonus free carry bag (finds gold). $389. Ph 0423 357 390

COT, white wooden, adjustable VGC. $80. Ph 5449 7360

• All your guttering requirements • Guaranteed work at affordable prices

OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

• FULLY INSURED • GUARANTEED • STUMP REMOVAL • FREE QUOTES • BOBCAT • WOOD CHIPPER • HEDGE PRUNING • CHERRY PICKER

GOLD SNOOP PRO METAL DETECTOR

BAR stool x2, leather & crome, $40. Ph 0438 442 602

GUTTER GUY

TILING

FOR SALE

BAR chairs, 2, $90. Ph 5447 3605.

Lic No: 50975

PH: 0409 120 862

RENTAL PROPERTY SPECIALISING IN: MAINTENANCE GENERAL PLUMBING & MAINTENANCE GAS FITTING AND GASSERVICING FITTING AND SERVICING HOT WATER SERVICE HOT WATER REPAIRSERVICE & REPLACEMENT REPAIR & REPLACEMENT BLOCKED DRAINS BLOCKED DRAINS RENOVATIONS AND RENOVATIONS AND INSTALLATIONS INSTALLATIONS 24 HOUR SERVICE 24 HOUR SERVICE

GAS stove, 2 burner, $25. Ph 0435 900 510.

COMPUTER work station, suit office or home, $95. Ph 0402 403 569.

Jason Charles Jason Charles 0448 324 126 0448 324 126

For reliable service at reasonable rates

Tom’s Tiling

TREE REMOVAL & MAINTENANCE

ANTIQUE door handle, solid brass, 11 sets, $80. Ph 0437 375 304

SPECIALISING IN: PLUMBER AND GENERAL GASFITTER PLUMBING HOT WATER SPECIALIST & MAINTENANCE

GARDEN seat, wooden & iron, $70. Ph 5447 3605.

0427 506 160

AIR hockey table EC $60. Ph 5443 6219

License No. 32710

GALVANISED lentel, 900mm, never used, $15. Ph 0418 975 497.

David Smith

VAPOROOTER

OVER 30 YEARS OF ROOT CONTROL SUCCESS

• 24/7 Emergency Plumbing & Gasfitting • All Plumbing Maintenance • Hot Water Unit Changeovers • Guttering and Downpipe Renewal • All Housing Reno’s, kitchen, bathroom etc. • Unblock Sewer and Stormwater Drains Reliable and friendly service with great rates lic no 101259

Quality tree and Stump Removal

STOP ROOTS BLOCKING YOUR SEWER, USE

MPS Plumbing Services

FUNK and Wagnalls new encyclopedias, $50 ono. Ph 5442 1507.

Tree Maintenance • Stump Mulching Hire Travel Tower • Tree Pruning and Stump Grinding • Tip Truck & Woodchipper Hire • Free Quotes

for a friendly & reliable service

Call: 0466 585 648 or 0417 224 481

FRIDGE, Westinghouse, all fridge, 342Lt, frost free, VGC. $240. Ph 5447 0157

Water Jetting NOT Mechanical Screw • Emergency Response

Two Bob Plumbing • Domestic & commercial • Gas fitting • Hot water services • Blocked drains • Kitchens & Bathrooms • Roofing & gutters • Septic & sewerage systems

RECORDS, old, $50 lot. Ph 5448 8984.

PLUMBERS

De-mossing Sealing and painting Gutter replacement Re-roofing Pensioner discounts

Price includes spot colour, scanning of images etc.

Ph: 0438 632 219

5442 1646

Experts in all aspects of roofing

All inner spring Aussie Made. Double $169, Queen $189. Layby avail. Also full range to suit your pocket. Ph 5443 3071.

QUEEN MATTRESS Brand new. Plush pillow top with pockets springs, full body support, top Aussie brand, only $525. Base $175 if needed. Ph 5443 3071. BIKE 12" girls $20 Ph 0412 803 849

BLIND SALE WINTER SPECIALS BLINDS, AWNINGS, ROLLER SHUTTERS & SECURITY DOORS. Free measure & quote. Southern Cross Blinds & Awnings, 141 High St K/Flat. Ph. 5447 9011 BMX bike girls $10. Ph 0412 803 849

ET-099 Elliptical Trainer, 16 programs available, as new condition. $250. Ph 0414 341 661 EXERCISE ride on, EC. $25. Ph 5443 7776

FERNS x 2, Maiden Hair, large hanging baskets, 500mm dia, $150 pr ono. Ph 0408 009 185.

HEATER natural gas, Rinnai, with fan, VGC. $45. Ph 0437 375 304

HIGH chair, adjustable high low chair, EC, $50. Ph 5449 7360

HOT house, 16m x 6m x 2.5mH, dome style. GC. $2000 ono. See erected. Ph 0428 533 852

INSULATION

R3.5 $24 bag. Phone 5443 0022

FIRE side box seat $65. Ph 0417 766 331 DINING suite 1.5mx1.5m table, 8 gold chairs. $500. Ph 0418 140 964

FISHER & Paykel fridge freezer VGC. $250. Ph 0408 504 344

DOG jumpers & coats. Noble Pavilion Show Grounds Market, every Sunday or 0434 688 220

FISHING rod Ugly Stick, 3 - 6 kg, $50. Ph 0435 900 510.

NO vacancy LED signs, full range of signs . Noble Pavilion Show Grounds Market, every Sunday or 0434 688 220

FISH tank & stand, GC, fully operating, inc 8 cyclid tropical fish. Below $500 the lot. Ph 0438 280 403 FISH tank, 2.4 x 800 x 900, timber stand, all accessories, $5,500. Ph 5439 4053 FISH tank tropical 4ft Biopro External Canister, stand & custom lid, all accessories & fish inc. $550. Ph 0421 446 099

JUMP & bounce animals, horse, cows, dragons ect. All $15 each.Noble Pavilion Show Grounds Market, every Sunday or 0434 688 220

KENNINGTON PS school bag, $30. Ph 5441 5257.

KENNINGTON PS summer dress, size 14, $20. Ph 5441 5257

KITCHEN table, retro, 1950's, 6 seats, Laminex, grey & salmon, fantastic cond., $550. Ph 0400 038 116

BOOKCASE, timber, VGC, $99. Ph 5447 7546

DOLL (BabyBorn with potti) GC $20. Ph 5448 4556

BOOK shelf,large wooden, 90x1840, EC, $100 ono. Ph 0448 496 461

DOLL (Cabbage Patch) with carrier. $22. Ph 5448 4556

AB Circle Trak, Ab Circle Pro, hardly used, $100. Ph 0458 686 650.

DOLL house, brand new, large, furniture, $70. Ph 5449 6052.

and Freezers. Top brands from $195. Fully recond, 6 mths wty. 283 High St, G/Sq. Ph. 5441 1955

BREVILLE slow cooker, as new. $25. Ph 5444 5695

DOLL rocking bed (wood) with bedding $20. Ph 5448 4556

FRIDGE/freezer, Fisher & Paykel, 250lt, EC, $280. Ph 5441 6785

LADIES black leather jacket, size 10-12, $95 ono. Ph 5442 5060

BRICKS, never used, approx 130, $25 lot. Ph 0418 975 497.

DOLLS pram, as new, old style, $65. Ph 5442 1507.

FREE antique look chairs x 6, needs TLC. Ph 5448 8984.

LAWN mower, needs new tyres & body repair $25. Ph 5441 4247.

FREEZER chest 150L $80 ono. Ph 0432 346 659

FRIDGES

KS girls sheet sets 1 cotton 1 flannelette VGC $10. Ph 5443 6219

LADIES black boots size 9, Brazilian leather. $30. Ph 0423 505 629

LADIES black leather boots size 10. $30. Ph 0423 505 629


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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

LAWN mower, working order, $30. Ph 0412 803 849.

POOL ladder, s/steel, 3 step, $50. Ph 5441 4990.

LONG Range fuel tank 60 and 70 series. $220. Ph 0488 037 683

POT plants large $25 the pair. Ph 0417 766 331

REDGUM 6x2 150 8 ft length, new, $17 per length or ono. Ph 0427 973 360

PRAM Emmaljunga, reversible handle, storm cover. $100. 5443 4484

LOUNGE, genuine leather, 3 seat recline couch, 2 reclining chairs, VGC. $850. Ph 0408 443 006

PRAM pusher, Baby Co., navy, VGC. $45. Ph 5448 4271

LOUNGE suite 2x2 seater. $100. Ph 0438 442 602

PRAM twin, Italian brand, VGC. $150. Ph 5448 4271

LOUNGE suite, couch two recliners, fabric, GC, $350. Ph 5443 1305

PRESSURE cooker (Namco), 4 lt, $5. Ph 5442 3134.

LOUNGE suite, 2 & 3 seater microsuede grey /fawn, EC as new, Stain protec., 12 mths old. $850. Ph 0401 373 121

PRINTER/copier Epsom, still in box, as new, $60. Ph 0423 505 629

LOUNGE suite, 3 pce, VGC, $325 ono. Ph 5447 1191 or 0408 471 191 LOUNGE suite, leather, 3 seater, 2 x chairs, burgundy, GC, $270. Ph 5443 9784 or 0404 874 615.

RECLINERS, 1 x Electric Leather Power assisted for standing & sitting. $700 . Ph 0438 332 062 RM Williams boots, black, Cuban heel, s. 9, VGC, $95 ono. Ph 5442 5060. ROCKING chair, Queen Anne, beige fabric, EC. $69. Ph 0423 203 715

RECORDS 50's 60's 70's $100. Ph 5442 3803

ROOF rack 60 and 80 series Lcruiser. $260. Ph 0488 037 683

REFRIGERATOR, retro very old, needs work. $60 ono. Ph 5443 7776

SCHOOL lockers, 2 banks, $60 lot. Ph 0418 975 497.

Cat Enclosures A fun, safe way for your cat to enjoy the outdoors. Free quotes to suit your budget.

LOUNGE suite, modular leather 8 pce with chaise, choc brown, as new, must sell, 2 yo. $3,500. 0487 922 015.

Call Jim 0429 866 630

MATTRESS 3/4 2 at $30, bed 3/4 $30. Ph 5447 1001 or 0428 668 400

SPECIALS ON NOW!

MICROWAVE LG 1 yr old EC $40. Ph 0403 965 194

MOBILITY scooter $600 ono. Ph 5448 5328 Epsom

CUBBY WITH VERANDAH $

FOR ONLY

1,095

TV unit, pine, $50. Ph 5447 0965

STEEL SALE

TYPEWRITER, portable, Brother, $65. Ph 5442 1507.

WATER pump $25. Ph 5447 0965

VCR Mitsubishi , EC, $75 ono. Ph 0488 584 322.

WEDDING DRESS

DOMESTIC GREENHOUSES SHADECLOTH

WASHING machine, 7kg, front loader, $450 ono. Ph 0402 461 564.

Size 10-12 long train, white, full skirt & sweet heart bodice. $700 ono. Ph 0431 950 531

David Gill Greenhouses

WASHING machine 7.5kg top loader Hoover Boss. $100. Ph 5449 3038

WEEROONA collage boys uniform, size 10-12. $10 each. Ph 5448 3346

Ph: 5448 8840

WEDDING/Deb dress size 10 strapless. $100. Ph 5447 7955 AH

WROUGHT iron plant stand $45. Ph 0417 766 331

BUSHMAN TANKS

Discount Prices

SINGER sewing machine, 6 draw, VGC, $320 ono. Ph 0400 162 982 SOFA bed in VGC, aztec pattern, + 4 cushions. $100. Ph 5447 8907 Near new 8-person, with lighting, aromatherapy, hard cover and step, regrettable sale, 6 mths old. $8695. Ph 0438 332 975

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Viewing Tuesday 2nd August - 10am - 6pm

STEREO remote headphones VGC. $25. Ph 5444 5695 STUDENT desk, white, with 4 draws each side. $50. Ph 5441 7585 SUITCASE, large, handle on wheels, used twice $25. Ph 0403 965 194

Jewell Crt, East Bendigo (off Murphy St) We are ONLY open each Thursday and Friday to receive goods 10am - 5pm

Ph 5442 5044 0401 129 541

FORTHCOMING AUCTION SUNDAY 14TH AUGUST 2011 AT 9.30 AM O’DEA CRESCENT, KANGAROO FLAT, BENDIGO



SUZUKI JR 50 in excellent condition. $500. Phone 0428 528 649

Add - elevation kit & slide

TESSA black leather couch "Austin" 2 seat VGC $750 ono. Ph 5442 9887

535 & GET

• FREE Delivery (Bendigo) • BONUS Flag with hoist system • BONUS Telescope



FOR ONLY

$

Bendigo Bendigo Stratch Stratch and and Dent Dent 108 Lowndes St Strathdale Ph: 5443 0022

TOILET bowl & cinstern, VGC, $45. Ph 5447 7546 TROLLEY jack, $10. Ph 0412 803 849. TUPPERWARE containes x2, 5L , round, $25. Ph 5447 1192 TV cabinet Rosewood, glass doors & draw. $30. Ph 0423 203 715

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Heaps of Collectables and Sundries.

• FREE Delivery (Bendigo)) • BONUS Flower Box • BONUS Skylight

PILATES Power Gym, new with instruction DVD & booklet, Paid $400 Sell $250. Ph 0411 624 951

McIVOR HWY

Lounge Suites, Beds, Chest of Drawers, Wardrobes, Dining Settings, Desks, Bedroom Suites, Leather Lounge, Pizza Ovens, Fridges, Washing Machines, Microwaves, Ovens, Old Wool Scales, Garden Shed, Outdoor Settings, Plants, Overhead Projectors.

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ORCHIDS in bloom, extra large pots, $60 each. Ph 5444 3931

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Present this ad and receive

OLIVES, pick your own, $1 per kilo. BYO container. Ph 5439 6321

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WALL unit 3.2m long, 5 pce pine incl glass display & corner unit, GC, $950. Westinghouse fridge freezer approx 3 yrs old, EC $900. Moving House sale. Ph 0432 317 067

SET top box. $50. Ph 5447 0965

STEEL double carport frame, 7.4w x 6m x 2.7h, roof battens + post footings inc. Built new. $1000. Ph 0409 231 656.

MOVING QUALITY TIMBER FURNITURE

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TV corner unit wooded, $70 pnp. Ph 5447 7609

W A L L U n i t 2mLx2mHx.6mD $400. Ph 0418 140 964

Approx 700 Lots

MOVIE dollars, Bgo Cinemas, valid 12 Aug, 2 AD, $20. 0401 654 197

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TIMBER DOORS Solid timber door, leadlight & leadlight window above door. GC. $395 ono. Ph 0418 592 228

Free Quote on Supply & Installation

190 Breen St, Bendigo 5443 7381

FOR SALE

Wholesale Pricing on Seafood, Bulk meats & All pantry needs Lot 1 Arbor Boulevard, East Bendigo (off Victa Rd)

5434 8800

LIVESTOCK

WANTED to buy Houdan Hen Ph 5384 0393

• Colorbond • Tubular

MOUNTAIN bike, all suspension, $100 ono. Ph 0432 346 659

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FOR SALE

Wednesday August 3rd - 10am Start

MOTHERS Choice lay back stroller + rain cover. $60. Ph 5441 7585

MOWER ride on, Husquarna, with 13HP eng., runs & drives well, no deck, GC, $450. Ph 0408 579 809

SCOOTER Shoprider, EC, 4 YO. Hardly used. $1500. Any enq. Ph Graeme or Kay on 5437 3108

(made from Colorbond Steel)

MOBILITY scooter, 3 wheeler, new batteries. $850 ono. Ph 0428 670 558

FOR SALE

SCOOTER Arqin sprint 125, 2006, black, low kms 3236, runs excellent, comes with cover, bike box, reg till Apr. 2012, spare keys, full tank, tool kit, $2200 ono. Phone 0447 126 199

SPA

MATTRESS QS as new $350 ono Ph 5447 7609

Tall boy 8 Drw $95. Outstanding 5 pce dine set $125. Buffet/hatch $125. Bedside drws $25 ea. Bookcases sml $35 Lge $60. Coffee table $25. Little HD 2 draw file cab $35. Lots more as new. 5442 3585

FOR SALE

Bendigo Weekly — Friday, July 29, 2011

(OFF CRUSOE ROAD)

WINDOWS Double hung leadlight. $395 ono. Ph 0418 592 228 WORK benches, ex BSSC, 1800 long , 600 wide, 800 high x 5, $110 eacxh. Ph 5443 1841.

WANTED TO BUY CANOPY for a Holden HQ /WB, Phone 0409 547 927

CASH

For Fridges & Freezers, in GWO up to 25yrs. Washing Machines up to 7yrs old. Ph. 5441 1955 HOT water service, small, must be LPG, prefer with shower taps, pipes ect. Ph 0428 515 689 TRACTORS & farm machinery wanted. Going or not, cash paid, Ph 0429 393 221

WANTED old Honda 50 mini bike, any condition, any model considered. Ph 0408 579 809 WASHING machine. Ph 5444 0045 or 0417 719 197.

GARAGE SALES SAILORS Gully Rd E/hawk Sun 9am-5.30pm Everything for kids THIS Sat & Sun 8am-4pm Waterford Dr S/saye, moving house sale, some big ticket items, furn., books, lamps, rugs, tools, handbags, clothing, household goods.

LIVESTOCK BICHON Frise puppies, 3 M 1 F, ready to go 15th July, vet checked, wormed, immun., $500. Ph 5484 1850

A FANTASTIC LIFELONG COLLECTION OF APPROX 850 LOTS INCLUDING ANTIQUES COLLECTABLES, GLASSWARE, ENGLISH CHINA, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, SHED LOTS, BOXED LOTS, DOLLS, TINS, TOOLS, & HOSTS OF SUNDRIES Lots include aprox 100 multipiece lots depression glassware [green & brown],approx 100 lots Carltonware , blackboy statues, Carnival ware glass, a number of antique dolls inc black, sleepers, boxed barbies and collectors dolls, a selection of old tins [chocolate , cigarette, tea ,etc] pottery inc some Bendigo dogs and perhaps a kookaburra, a large range of English china inc Beswick , Royal Doulton , Royal Winton, Royal Albert, Old Foley, crinoline lady and allover patern , some vaseline glass, a glass walking stick, 3 ant crystal cabinets , old piano stool, ant.n&i double bed, large quantity of glassware, crystal, crockery, cutlery, china, kitchenware, there are several kero lamps, a couple of wooden and tin trunks, autotrollies, china tea pots &jugs ,wall ducks, boxed lots jewellery items, fob chain, carters antique books,2large lots salt & peppers, old doll pram, wooden pedestals, quite a number of lots of linen table cloths, bed linen, laceware, doylies etc, other items are garden tools, workshop equip, household furniture, refrigerator, washing machine, bedroom suites, dining setting , wall units, tapestry lounge suite, occ tables, chest s of drawers, trike , dolls pram, books pictures, ornaments electrical goods, boxes &boxes of sundry items plus framed seascape by V. Deschamps . Items too numerous to mention.

MORE DETAILS ON OUR WEBSITE www.dck.com.au [once on home page click on Search column then click on Clearing Sales.] INSPECTION FROM 8.A.M. DAY OF SALE TERMS: CASH OR CHEQUE: I.D. REQ SPECIAL NOTE: SELLING WILL START AT 9.30.AM FROM LOT NUMBER ONE, BUT DUE TO THE LARGE NUMBER OF ITEMS FOR SALE A SECOND AUCTIONEER WILL START SELLING AT 10.30 FROM LOT NUMBER 550 THEY WILL SELL AT THE SAME TIME UNTIL SALE COMPLETION. BBQ & COFFEE AVAILABLE ON SITE.

FREE 3 yo cat, female, tortoise shell, desexed, m /chipped, likes to be queen of the house. Ph 5442 8233.

POULTRY

JAP Quails $5 each. Quail fertile eggs $10 per dozen. Phone 0417 058 351

MACHINERY *GRAIN AUGER*

Barrel & Flight, all sizes. Also Header Barrel & Ribbon. Spiral Duct Aust formerly Chapmans (03) 9587 4185

LOGSPLITTER diesel 37T 10HP, elec st, towable, many extras, brand new, sell $2800. Ph 0409 022 444

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

MILLARD caravan, 2 rear single beds centre kitchen, front dinette, heavy duty canvas annexe, VGC, $4,750. Strathfieldsaye 5439 4787.

17FT Poptop newport 2004 in EC, new rollout awning/annex, E/B, tyres, QSB, oven, HWS, Batt pack, m/w, a/c, 3 way fridge. $18,000 ono. Ph 5448 7112

1986 Toyota Coaster Camper Bus, petrol LPG, 6 cycl. a/c, reg till Oct 2011, GC, $20,000 ono. Ph 5446 1128

TRAILER, tandem, 12' x 6', $2,300. Ph 5448 4969.

C A M P E R TRAILERS locally made, in stock or made to order. Lockwood Canvas Ph. 5435 3336

CAMPER trailer, Jayco Jayfinch, 1994, 480 kg, GC, $4,600. Ph 0438 437 680

CAMPERVAN

Sunwagon Pop-top with queen and dble bed, 18', annexe, GC, $2900 ono. Ph 5444 0892 AUSSIE BULLDOG Pups 3-f 3-m, will be wormed, vacc., vet checked, m/chipped, & reg with ABS. Ready to go Aug 14, deliv. can be arranged. $1500. Ph 0417 517 792 Kerang HORSES wanted all types, good prices, cash money on pick up. Ph 0428 505 486 or 0409 207 500

CARAVAN

11ft, 3-way fridge, gas, stove, annexe, GC, $3000 ono. Phone 0428 383 584

MOTORHOME

04, Mercedes, 4-berth, toilet, shower, a/c, m /wave, awning, DVD/TV, 7 mth reg, RWC, WOJ-984, $56,000. Ph 0418 547 183

ADOPT-A-PET

ANDY

SMALL TERRIER CROSS, TRI COLOUR MALE, 8 MONTHS

I’m a charming little man, who enjoys a nice cuddle and I walk very well on lead. I’m not really an outgoing character. I prefer adults who will give me time and space to breathe when I need it. I’m very relaxed around adults and would prefer a home where I will not be over exposed to the affections of enthusiastic children. Its not that I don’t like them, but they can be pushy. I’m good with other calm and placid dogs and I don’t need an awful lot of exercise. EMILY

DSH, WHITE TORTOISESHELL/TABBY FEMALE, 7 MONTHS

Emily is a friendly companion who is affectionate and she does approach you with attention and love. Emily is very smoochy and she is also very gentle. She enjoys sitting on your lap and having cuddles. Emily is not Desexed but she will be once she is adopted.

The Bendigo RSPCA would like to advice people that if you are missing a pet, to get in contact with us straight away, we would encourage you to come in and look for your pet yourself otherwise call us immediately on (03) 5441 2209 LOST YOUR DOG OR CAT?

THE RSPCA IS THE POUND FOR THE BENDIGO CITY COUNCIL.

AUCTIONEERS: DUNGEY CARTER KETTERER P/L 35 QUEEN ST BENDIGO PHONE: O3 54 405 000 KEVIN FOLEY: 0417 522 466

Piper Lane, East Bendigo

5441 2209

Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun & Pub Hols 10am-12pm www.rspcavic.org


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CARAVANS & TRAILERS JAYCO 2004, Freedom Pop Top, many extras, low km., $19,500. Ph 5449 6878 TRADESMAN top to suit 6 x 4 trailer, GC, $325. Ph 0432 317 067.

BENDIGO WINDSOR CARAVANS

www.bendigoweekly.com.au

CAR PARTS

MECHANICS

SUZUKI Swift 1998 motor, seats, parts, all in GC. $800 the lot ono. Ph 0432 540 217

Jamie Hackett Motors Mechanical Repairs & Servicing

SCRAP metal wanted. Cars, trucks, tractors, tin, wire, white goods etc. Phone 5474 3237 or 0427 312 146.

Volvo / European Specialist • All Makes & Models

• Scan Tool Diagnostics

76 Wood Street, California Gully Phone: 5446 8635

JAYCO SWAN Outback 2010 with full annexe and bed flys, suit new buyer, $26,900 neg. Ph 0488 098 870

JAYCO WESTPORT Pop Top, 16ft single axel, reg May 2012, elec brakes, island dbl bed, 2 way fridge, 4 burn. stove /oven, awning, good tyres, EC, $18,500 ono. Phone 0422 880 358 or 5442 8331

CARAVAN 16' spare room $1,000. Coronet tandem annexe, rego, 6 berth, $3,000. Viscount Royal, 1 owner, annexe, rego, heaps of extras, $4,800. Ph 0434 040 687.

PETER ENNALS COBRAM CARAVANS Regal, Compass, Roadstar, Supreme, Goldstream campers. Large stocks. Over 80 vans. Open 7 days. (03) 5872 2333. WANDERER caravan, 24 ft, super deluxe, been on 1 trip to Adelaide & back, in storage, $52,000 ono. Ph 0437 357 976

WRECKING

AAAAAAAAA WANTED All old cars and scrap metal. Ph 0457 298 628.

DRAGON CITY MOTOR WRECKERS Open 51⁄2 days Cars wanted Agents for Tuff Tonneau, Minor Panel Beating Fairview Rd KangarooFlat Ph 0487 000 145 or 5447 4441 Pensioner Discount FORD AU All parts & panels & LPG Gas. Ph 5439 7136

FORD AU utility, alloy tray, 5 spd manual. Honda Prelude 88. Ford F100 9" diff. Ph 0411 432 733.

OLD CARS

picked up and scrap iron. Will pay cash. Ph 0428 599 359.

CAR PARTS ALLOY bull bar, suit 2000 Hilux, $550. Ph 5439 4053 PACK rack to suit landcruiser HJ 60 series, EC, $450. Ph 0428 415 960 or 5441 5960. DUNLOP AT20 265 /65R17, brand new. $150 ono. Cargo shelf for Ford Territory. $50 ono. Ph 5439 5325

Bikes sold, traded & recycled. Spares and accessories. See Michael and Ian 67-69 Bridge Street, Bendigo 3550 Open 9.00am-5.30pm Mon-Sat / 10.00am-5.30pm Sun LMCT 4761. Licenced second hand dealer.

Ph: 5442 2523 SMS: 0411 627 348

AUTO

CARS WANTED

PEUGEOT sedan, white, 1984, 1637846, reg till 04/12, $2000 ono, 4 new tyres & new clutch. Ph 5446 9902

TOYOTA Camry, 1994, FKL 977, 183,000 kms, 2.2lt, p/s, t/b, a/c, VGC, RWC, $2,800. Ph 0448 338 626.

Clean, Late Model, Low Mileage.

HYOSUNG Aquila 650. GE-817, reg 10/11, 15000 kms, loud pipes, 2007 model, $6700. EC. Ph 5449 6509

AUTO

03 5441 4999 LMCT 1306

$250

0431 557 959

2005 Toyota Echo sedan, RWC, March 2012 reg, TKL 492 $7,000 ono. Ph 5446 7234 or 0439 317 852. MUST SELL

2006 Toyota Corolla Ascent Hatch, EC, 83,000km, 5spd/man, a /c, p/s, CD/MP3/radio, twin air bags, reg. serviced, RWC. $14,500 ono. WZT-389. Ph 0419 550 205

COMMODORE 1980 VC wagon, 253 V8, 4-spd man., dual fuel, 192,000kms, VGC, $ 2 9 0 0 o n o . AVC001399N. Ph 0419 595 426

FORD LASER 1988, yellow, auto, GC, PMO-301, $1000 as is. Phone 0407 349 613 FORD XR6, 94 model, auto, 3" exhaust, red, lowered, $1600 as is. QII 399. Ph 0406 791 326. HIACE Commuter, long wheel base, 2002 mod, 2.4 plus new gas, reg, disabled ramp, UJJ-122, $8000. Ph 5461 3794 HILUX 2002 dual cab 4WD, EFI diesel, EC, with 12 mths rego & RWC, YMH-247, $17,000 ono. Ph 0427 250 488 HOLDEN Rodeo Space Cab '03 4x4, 105,000 kms, 12 mths reg & RWC, $18,500. SLE-514. Ph 0409 547 927

No RWC, No Reg, No Warranty

FORD 1996 EF FAIRMONT SEDAN ............ $2,900 FORD 1987 FALCON S SEDAN ................. $880

AUTO

5 Speed manual, air, steer. Stock #018

MOKE CALIFORNIAN 1978 ..................... $3,850

HYUNDAI GETZ

HONDA CRV 2004 Winter Classic, 108,000 kms, immaculate condition, 1 owner. $14,990. Call Joe 0427 397 511.

2006, TB hatch, yellow, manual, 3-dr, 135,000 kms, RWC, 12 mths reg, EC, UWH-170, $6500. Castlemaine, Ph 5472 3814 (pm only)

KIA CARNIVAL GRAND HONDA CRV SPORT 2005, 66,500kms, EC, with roof racks, 12 mths reg, and RWC, TLG-504, $17,999. Ph 0417 525 676

2007, WBP-687, 8 seater, EC, fully serviced, window tint, cruise, RWC, $24,900. Ph 0417 114 603

NORTHSIDE AUTOS

Good restorer, runs and drives. Stock #020

DAEWOO MATIZ 2000 ............................ $1,100 Manual, air, steer. Stock #021

FORD XY 1970 UTE ...............................$5,500 Good restorer. Stock #022

Established 75 Years in Bendigo • Automotive paints • Polishes • Car care products • Panel beater supplies • Timber furniture finishes • Spray packs made on-site

Phone 5443-4933 47 Breen Street, Bendigo

2002 HYUNDAI SANTA FE 4X4 4 cylinder economy with 4WD benifits. Drives an absolute treat with heaps of extras. RLD-189 $7,975

FORD XR 1967 UTE ...............................$2,200 Good restorer. Stock #023

FORD XA FAIRMONT V8 AUTO ................$2,850 Good restorer. Stock #024

FORD CAPRI 1990.................................$1,650 Convertible, Vandal Damage, Runs and Drives Well Stock #025

USED PARTS • 1960/2000 Ford • 1965/1973 Ford Mustang • 1980/1996 F100, • Engines, Transmissions, F150, F250 Body Panels, • 1996/2000 Hyundai Excel Interior, Wheels

F.G. Auto’s

235 East Lloyd St, East Bendigo

Ph: 5443 1841

LMCT 10764

Premium quality

2001 FORD EXPLORER XLT 4X4 4 litre motor with no timing chain noise. Great service, drives and looks like new. QZJ-890 $7,951

ex-demo and used vehicles

DRIVEAWAY

1998 HOLDEN RODEO 4X2 DUAL FUEL 3 litre V6 Dohc Motor on gas with low kms, auto, what a combination. OWT-680 $8,700

FORD BA UTE

FORD F250 1978, steel tray with steel cage, dual fuel/twin tanks, reco engine & transmission, VGC. XZO-275. reg till Dec 11, $9500. Ph 0407 857 394

rs!! ea Cars Ch p Ca eap Ch Vehicles sold as is

5 Speed manual. Stock #019

DRIVEAWAY

03, 1-tonne, red, tradesman tray, 3 seats, EC, 182,000 kms, reg & RWC, SET-725, $11,500 ono. Phone David on 0407 843 311 FORD Explorer 1996, RWC, 207,700 kms, $4,800 ono. QHU 215. Ph 5446 2669 or 0408 571 187.

VL COMMODORE

86 sedan, 200,000 kms, 11-mths reg, auto, lady owner, main., reliable, new, front tyres, mags, s /wheel, CD, clean, TCT-333, $2500. 0401 292 405

Dual fuel, sunroof, body kit. Stock #017

DRIVEAWAY

4 X 4 Mazda ute petrol /gas 2002, Tray back with canopy, suit trade or holidays. B/bar, t/bar, EC, RWC, $12,300 ono. Ph 5447 7612. SAS 527.

SUBARU Forester 2005, t /bar, auto, air bags, a/c, C.L. mag wheel, cruise, immac. cond, 160,000 kms, grey.THZ-788. $13,500. Ph 0419 208 804

FORD FALCON P/VAN 1989 .................... $1,100

AUTO 1987 Nissan Pulsar 5 speed manual sedan, RWC, reg, GC SRY 468. $2,200 ono. Must Sell. Ph 0439 317 852.

TOYOTA Camry, auto, 4 cyl, p/s, a/c, drives great, runs well, 1991, near RW, $1490. EQS746. Ph 0487 000 145.

INSTANT PAYMENT

Email mhyett1952@yahoo.com.au

Purchase this weekend and receive a 3 year National Warranty Company warranty

Q7 3.0TDI Quattro Ice Silver, Black Leather, Panoramic Sunroof, Wood Trim Inlays, 4,700kms approx. XZB 033. Ex demo price $94,990

Audi A4 2.0L TDi, 2008, 29,817kms. E/N CAG052673. Was $65,000. Ex demo price $49,900

Audi A3 6 speed, 2.0L, 4 cyl TDi, 2010, 4,509kms. XWD 419. Was $55,000. Ex demo price $49,990

Audi A5 Cabriolet briio iole iol let let 3.0L TDi, Quattro, 2010, 14,198kms. XZB 027. Was $120,000. Ex demo price $97,990

Audi TTS Tro Tronic oni nic ic Q Quattro u 2010 Roadster 4WD, 4 Cylinder Turbo 2L , 44,000kms. XZB-045. $81,990. Driveaway - No more to pay

Audi A5 Coupe up pe 7 Speed Quattro, 2.0L petrol, 1,944kms, 2010. XZB 036. Was $102,000. Ex demo price $94,990

DON’T MISS OUT! 1999 FORD COURIER TURBO DIESEL Extra cab with seats and Steel Gedor Plate Tray. Extremely hard to find. SGZ-531 $11,950 DRIVEAWAY

1994 FORD TICKFORD EF XR6 Fitted with DVD player. This car is the right combination to turn heads. XLZ-457 $4,970 DRIVEAWAY

1996 MAZDA BRAVO 4X2 With canopy and a real surprise to drive Merch is great! POV-757 $4,911 DRIVEAWAY

42 MIDLAND HWY, EPSOM

Audi Centre Bendigo | 140-150 High Street, Bendigo Tel. (03) 5443 1122 | www.audicentrebendigo.com.au

(OPPOSITE TOYOTA)

PH: 0468 345 200

E+OE

LADDER rack suit AU-BF tub ute. $300. Ph 0438 332 062.

AUTO

Paddock Bomb. Not going. FFJ-612

A.M. Hyett Motorcycles

LMCT 6027

Log on to Bendigo Windsor or Phone 5448 4800 1300 438 192

AUTO

XF UTE DUAL FUEL

MOTOR BIKES HYOSUNG Aquila 650. GE-816, reg 10/11, 25000 kms, loud pipes, 2007 model, $6200. EC. Ph 5449 6509

MITSUBISHI 4WD Triton 1988, extra cab ute, lock up canopy, EC, reg 04/12, RWC, DRH-488, $4000. Ph 5437 8277 NISSAN Pulsar, 1991, 1.6 lt, manual, 5 dr, CD, GC, as is, no reg, UZM 164. $1,500 ono. Ph 0408 027 996.

• New Car Servicing

MOTOR BIKES

Full range of new and used vans for sale

VANS WANTED BUYERS WAITING

AUTO

CLASSIFIEDS • 37

LMCT 10758


38 • CLASSIFIEDS

www.bendigoweekly.com.au

INNES MOTORS USED CARS PH: 5447-9655 410 High Street,Golden Square

Multi Award

LMCT 927

Finance Available T.A.P.

More cars online at www.innesmotors.com.au A.H. Scott 0419 381 433 or Stewart 0419 330 706 ‘95 Subaru Liberty Sedan NOW $8,790

‘07 Subaru Liberty

NOW $22,990 Drive Away

Drive Away

Drive Away

2.5 ltr, 5 speed manual, a/c, p/s, spoiler, only 37,000kms UXD-868

5 speed manual, economical, Dual airbags, Honda quality. QZJ-646

‘99 Holden Vectra Wagon NOW $6,990

‘06 VZ Commodore SVZ Wagon NOW $19,990

2001 Nissan X Trail Ti NOW$14,990

Drive Away

ster e r o F u r a b Winning Su

‘01 Honda Civic 5 Door Hatch NOW$8,990

AWD, 5-spd man, alloys, service history, 113,000km. NEV-038

Drive Away

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Drive Away

FORESTER X | $34,990 Drive away Auto | $32,990 Drive away Manual 5 speed manual, tidy vehicle, tint, p/s, a/c, 12 mth reg. SN81986

Auto, alloys, leather, full electrics, cruise, ABS. UEF-783

‘99 Honda V6 Luxury

NOW $12,350 Drive Away

Innes Motors

ALL 4 THE DRIVER™

5 Speed manual, a/c, p/s, alloys. RFA-242

362-366 High Street Golden Square OPEN: Saturday 9.00am - 1.00pm LMCT 927 PHONE: 5442 9010

‘08 Mazda 6 Hatch

‘95 Ford XR6

NOW $24,990 Drive Away

NOW $5,490 As Traded

New 2012 Honda Euro NOW IN STOCK

3-litre EFI, auto, sunroof, leather, alloys, cruise. PCR-076

Auto, sunroof, a/c, alloys. S/N 88379

‘02 Nissan Pulsar Plus NOW$8,990

‘96 VS Statesman NOW $7,990

5-speed manual, a/c, p/s, alloys, spoiler. RKD-821

Auto, 3.8 V6, a/c, p/s, Alloys, 142,000kms OEA-252

Drive Away

‘97 Holden Barina 3 Door

NOW

$4,490

Drive Away

TEST DRIVE TODAY

6 spd man, alloys, cruise, new tyres, bal. new car warranty. WKT-83

‘02 Toyota Echo

NOW$8,310

Drive Away

Drive Away

5-speed manual, a/c, p/s, economy plus. RQV-810

‘09 FG Falcon XT Sedan NOW $21,990

33,495

$

06 Holden Astra

NOW $16,490 Drive Away

Drive Away

DRIVE AWAY MANUAL

Image for illustration purposes only

5 speed manual, great little car. QRX-975

48,000kms, auto, alloys, bal new car warranty. WVU-536

Innes Motors

Auto, alloys, 57,000kms. UHS-692

362-366 High Street Golden Square OPEN: Saturday 9.00am - 1.00pm LMCT 927

MANY MORE GREAT VEHICLES IN STOCK

PHONE: 5442 9010

Cnr of Napier & Nolan Sts, Bendigo

"ENDIGO "ENDIG EN O ,AKESIDE!UTOS TO 08 VE OMEGA SEDAN

$

20,850 DRIVEAWAY

$

Norm Sheahan AH: 0427 006 675

09 FORD XR6 SEDAN

YMV-540

$

CURTAIN AIRBAGS

25,990 DRIVEAWAY

YIN-207

$

40,000KMS

15,990 DRIVEAWAY

TDH-189

SAVE $2000

• Bal New Car Warranty • Towbar • Suit New Car Buyer

• Excellent Condition • CD Stacker • Automatic • Good Service History

MITSUBISHI MAGNA WAGON

06 RODEO TURBO DIESEL

HOLDEN SX6 ADVENTRA

6,590

PWQ-787

$

IMMACULATE

16,490 DRIVEAWAY

UOI-927

$

LOW KMS

19,990 DRIVEAWAY

TGG-526

BLACK DUCO

• Side Hoist • Cargo Barrier • Window Tint

• Side Hoist • Power Windows • Ready for Work

• Side Airbags • Towbar • Window Tine

HONDA CRV

VY SS COMMODORE

TOYOTA CAMRY

16,990 DRIVEAWAY

SOS-513

$

DUAL AIRBAGS

17,990 DRIVEAWAY

Lakeside Hire & Sales Experience Freedom and Luxury

HONDA ACCORD 2.4LTR

• 51,000kms • ESP Safety • Bal New Car Warranty

DRIVEAWAY

$

PH: 5443 8370

www.lakesideautos.com.au

LMCT 8926

From

SCE-983

$

LOCAL CAR

2,990 AS TRADED

Features: 2 Large Double Beds Room for 4 4 cyl Turbo Diesel very economical Automatic/manual normal car license only 3 point Bathroom separate toilet & shower Ducted Heating / AC Comfort and warmth Outside awning outdoor living Flat screen TV/DVD very entertaining

S/N 2249

AUTOMATIC

• All Wheel Drive • Alloys • Tinted Windows • Power Steering

• One Owner • Hothouse Green • Hard to Find

• As Traded• 189,000kms • $4,990 with RWC & Reg

NISSAN POP TOP CAMPER

MAZDA 121 METRO

TOYOTA ECHO HATCH

AUGUST GETAWAY

3 NIGHTS Conditions Apply

$

499

Cnr Napier and Nolan Sts, Bgo Call Norm Shehan:

$

7,990 AS TRADED

S/N 2232

122,000KMS

• Locally Owned • 3 Way Fridge • Very Well Kept

$

4,990 DRIVEAWAY

UJR-983

WINDOW TINT

• 4 Cyl Economy • Airconditioning • Great Value

$

5,990 DRIVEAWAY

QYH-677

REDUCED

• Economical 4 Cylindar • Air Conditioning • Price Slashed

5443 8370 0427 006 675

web: www.lakesiderv.com.au email: info@lakesiderv.com.au


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2008 FORD BF GAS UTE

UNLIMITED KM WARRANTY

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XVM 285 • Dual Fuel Economy • Cruise Control • Airbags *

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XQW 982 • Alloy Wheels • Rear Spoiler • Airbags • Locally Owned

FORD BF XT FALCON WAGON DUAL FUEL

UNLIMITED KM WARRANTY

ALLOYS

UNLIMITED KM WARRANTY

$93

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✓ NO OBLIGATION HOME DEMO

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FORD BF FALCON WAGON

✓ FREE TRADE IN VALUATIONS

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✓ 3 YEAR RACV UNLIMITED KM WARRANTY

OF ACCESSORIES

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$19,990 DRIVEAWAY

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CYCLING

Bikes wanted

BIKES for Humanity is seeking the support of the Bendigo cycling community to collect old and/or unwanted bikes. Bicycles For Humanity is a world-wide, grass roots, volunteer run organisation focused on simple, sustainable empowerment in the developing world. The organisation does this in the most transparent and practical way by sending unused donated bikes from the developed world to partner groups in various countries in need. A bike allows someone to travel twice as far, twice as fast and carry four times the load. In the countries in which Bikes For Humanity works, a bike can mean access to education, health care, fresh water, economic opportunity and community. Breaking the cycle of poverty by providing sustainable transport for one person impacts not only their life but also the lives of their families, communities and

future generations. The group’s primary partner in Africa is Bicycle Empowerment Network Namibia, who has been using shipping containers of bikes as Bicycle Empowerment Centres across Namibia, and

Bikes need to be in working or easily fixable condition now Zambia, for the past six years. The local collection days are Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11 at the Eaglehawk Eco Shop (Recycle centre at the entrance to the tip). Bikes can be dropped off at the collection point

between 10am and 2pm on either day. The bike should be in reasonably good condition, repairable and have minimal rust. Bikes For Humanity can put almost any bike to good use – however the organisation can only send mountain bikes and sturdy hybrids to Africa and other destinations. Bikes that aren’t suitable for shipping are either distributed to groups such as refugee families in Australia or passed on to help fund shipping and other costs. Bikes need to be in working or easily fixable condition. Generally rust is the biggest problem. Small issues like brake and gear cables or flat tyres are no problem. Bike parts are extremely helpful. Any local residents able to help by volunteering some of their time on either September 10 or 11 is urged to contact Matt McCulloch by email at matt@steamfish. com.au

FIX A PROBLEM PROBLEM: Bikes for Humanity can make a big difference to those in need.

Team effort made Cadel a winner CONGRATULATIONS to Cadel Evans on being one of the oldest winners in the history of the race and the first Australian cyclist to win the coveted Tour de France, a sentiment that would echo across the cycling world, Australia, the Geelong region, and Barwon Heads in particular. A wonderful affirmation of what courage, persistence and timing can produce after being a podium bridesmaid. Cadel certainly equipped himself well and made best advantage of what each day brought, not losing sight that the race is not over until the last stage. There were many mountains to be ridden and remaining calm and composed was the order of the day. The past laments have been “if only Cadel had a strong team around him he could have won”. Team cycling is somewhat of a mystery to many of the uninitiated as to how it all works. Certainly for the sprinters we see how teams combine with their lead out men to catapult their chosen ones

WINNING SMILE: Cadel Evans.

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into best position. We occasionally see teams within the peleton combine on the front of the train to chase down breakaways. If there is a rider that has been fortunate to get in a breakaway from the team, there will be no assistance given back in the peleton to chase down, as this defeats the purpose of the team strategy. It stands to reason that Cadel this year did have a strong team around him even

though as a viewing public we may not have seen the critical moves within the peleton when required. The team is not just riders and every member of a team makes a significant contribution. The mechanical problems that Cadel experienced on the last of the climbs made many hearts sink as they watched the attacks being launched off the front while Cadel was languishing over the problem until casting off the bike and climbing onto another. That’s the sort of team work we don’t necessarily recognise in the bigger picture. Cycling team strategies are like playing chess and

occasionally there are some strategic moves that are thought out days in advance. There are not many team sports where there are such selfless acts to ensure one rider is given a chance to win and stand out. Cadel’s team held the view that they were always in the background focusing their attention on every aspect of the race. All levels of the team right down to the mechanics kept the team viable on the road each day and the cooks and masseurs all added their expertise. There would not be one rider that could achieve all this alone without having a united team working for the one set goal. There is certainly a lot of life analogies we can draw from this event, how an organisation can operate to keep the main goal in front of all its members. As long as each member does their part as required there will be success for the team. Looking forward to seeing you on the road soon, God willing.

SPORTSHORTS MINERS CRUMBLE

THE Bendigo Fighting Miners suffered a trouncing at the hands of the Border Army Dogs in their Victorian Rugby Union clash at Wodonga on Saturday. The Miners went into the match severely undermanned and it showed, losing 125 to 5. The only joy for the Miners was when Leif Eriksen crossed for his first try for the club.

BOROUGH DO WELL

MARYBOROUGH played its best game of the year in the Bendigo Football Netball League’s Senior Netball competition on the weekend, despite going down to Sandhurst. Maryborough, which sits third last on the ladder, had a 46-50 loss to the second-placed Dragons. In the only other match of the first part of the split round, Strathfieldsaye proved too strong for Kangaroo Flat, winning 4924. Next Saturday, Gisborne hosts Eaglehawk and the bottom two sides – South Bendigo and Castlemaine – play at the QEO.

DRAGONS ON FIRE

SANDHURST had a strong 59-point win over Maryborough in the BFNL Senior Football competition on Saturday.

The game pitched sixth and seventh off against each other, with the Dragons taking Maryborough’s sixth spot with the win. The Dragons kicked 5.4 to 1.0 in the first term and were not headed for the rest of the day, running out winners 13.19.97 to 6.2.38. In the only other match of the split round, top side Golden Square thrashed cellar dwellers Kyneton 38.12.240 to 8.4.52. The Bulldogs kicked 31 goals to five after quarter time, with Grant Weeks kicking 18 for the match.

BRAVES GO DOWN

THE Bendigo Braves suffered a rare loss in its SEABL basketball clash against Kilsyth on Saturday. The top-of-the-ladder Braves went down 81-72 to the thirdplaced Cobras. The Braves take on arch rivals Ballarat at the Bendigo Stadium on Saturday night.

LADY BRAVES LOSE

THE Bendigo Lady Braves also suffered a defeat on the weekend, this time to Ballarat. The Lady Braves, who are third on the ladder, were beaten 67-49 by the fourth-placed Lady Miners at Ballarat. The Lady Braves take on ladder leaders Dandenong at the Bendigo Stadium on Saturday evening.

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Aries (Mar 20 - Apr 19):

Cancer (June 21 - July 21): The new moon occurs on the 30th this week. This brings a signal to start a new cycle and the direction of that cycle is in the area of how you manifest your creativity in the world. Perhaps you are having a new idea or desire that wants to be expressed through you. Sometimes these new things creep into the mind quietly.

Libra (Sep 23 - Oct 22): Venus, your ruling planet, travels with you into the territory of friendships, community and organizational affairs. Over the next three weeks she will enhance your presence at any activity in this sphere. It is a good time to plan a party for friends or to meet new people at other gatherings.

Capricorn (Dec 21 - Jan 19): You and another are not seeing eye to eye on the sharing of resources or the paying of debts. The solution would be apparent if you didn’t have to parse out the money or the goods. In fact, there would be no problem. Unfortunately it appears that the only available answer right now is one that does not suit you individually.

Taurus (Apr 20 - May 19): Venus is your ruling planet and “she” represents your cooperative and affable personality, along with your attraction to beauty in all its forms. Between July 28 and Aug. 20 she is traveling through the sector which is related to home, property and family matters. You likely will focus on family and on home decorating. You will be concentrating upon making your life more secure.

Leo (July 22 - Aug 21):

Scorpio (Oct 23 - Nov 21):

Aquarius (Jan 20 - Feb 17): In general, this is a particularly favorable week to pursue love and social life. You and a partner are clearly on the same wave length at this time. You share a vision which is complementary. This contributes positively to your mutual affection and admiration.

Your energy is high and your mind is busy at this time. You want to enjoy things of beauty and romance now. It could be hard to concentrate upon mental work that requires attention to detail. If you must do so, then check everything twice. This is a week for the arts, for love, and for fun!

Gemini (May 20 - June 20):

Don’t overreact to rumors or fresh news concerning your life direction or home and family. It is likely to be mistaken and revised in September. You may feel compelled to change your mind or stop and think about these areas before taking action. That is likely a wise move. Do some research and learn all the facts.

This is a fine week to travel. You are in the mood for the new and different, that which you consider fun. This is a time in which your exuberance and enthusiasm may carry you farther than you really intended to go. You will certainly have energy to do whatever you choose, but take care that you don’t promise way more than you can deliver.

Virgo (Aug 22 - Sep 22):

Mercury is your ruling planet. This particular retrograde will be more noticeable than others because the planet is also in your sign. Don’t be surprised by yourself when you suddenly change your mind about something that seemed fine just a couple of weeks ago.

You need additional information before you can make a forward move. Unfortunately the decision is impossible to make at this time so you must experience a period of waiting. Things are on hold in the areas of career, work, partnership and love life. Pace yourself and hold to a sense of humor. “Accept what you cannot change”.

Sagittarius (Nov 22 - Dec 20):

You have your eye on the big picture and it looks grand indeed. A word of caution: your optimistic attitude and belief that you are right could cause you to become arrogant. If you want others to join your ride, give them a special place on the wagon. Share the glory.

Pisces (Feb 18 - Mar 19):

Your partner or a professional advisor may reverse directions in the next two weeks. Don’t be dismayed or take it personally. This person is realizing that he/she may have erred in logic. It is appropriate to rethink everything this month. Be at peace and know that the right solution will emerge in a few weeks.


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On target for a win THE Spring Gully Under 8 Green team is on a roll, and if co-ordinator Gillian Edlin has anything to say about it, they may be on target for a big goal. Mrs Edlin co-ordinates the junior teams at Spring Gully United Soccer Club, becoming involved about three years ago when her two boys started to play. When she saw the advertisements for the Optus Small-Sided Football Awards, she entered Under 8 Green immediately. In the past few weeks she has been busy seeking support from the Spring Gully community – and every friend and relative within coo-ee. The Under 8 Greens, in which Mrs Edlin’s son Willem plays, are coached with firm enthusiasm by Matt Constable, who claims they are simply “the best”. They play in the ever-expanding small-sided league, which caters for mixed teams of youngsters from as young as five up to 11. The littlies play four-a-side, while the older children, like these Spring Gully boys, play ten-aside, with seven on the field and

ON A ROLL: The Spring Gully Under 8 Green team.

Training a big draw for fans of cycling

PROVIDING HELP: Noel Sens offers training for young cyclists.

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SO many youngsters are taking up the opportunity for free training at Bendigo Cycling Club’s J-Cycle, there was a problem last year with lack of bikes. “We’ve had to buy more we have had such an influx of kids,” J-Cycle coach Noel Sens said. “And now, with a major win (Cadel Evans at the Tour de France), kids will look and say, I’d like to have a go at that.” Sens and other cyclists run an eight-week program on Sunday mornings from the end of October, with a further eight week option, at the Tom Flood Centre cycling track. “At the start of last

year’s track program, we had eight kids, and by the end, there were 56,” he said. “Some Saturdays we’d have three or four kids to a bike and that wasn’t easy, so we’re really pleased that we have been able to buy six new bikes with another five to come.” The new bikes were bought with the money

donated by champion Bendigo cyclist Glenn O’Shea, following his Sportsman of the Year win. The bikes Sens is planning to buy before the kick-off of the track season will be funded by a donation from Vantage Fuels, which supplies BP service stations across country Victoria. The brakeless bikes

are stored at the Club’s new rooms, and all participants have to do is turn up with a helmet. “You can see who is going to make a good cyclist,” Sens said. “There are some kids with natural ability but they couldn’t care less about racing. “What I love about coaching kids is that they are like sponges, you can

fill them up with information and they just absorb it.” Both Sens and club president Garry Pontelandolfo stayed up last weekend to watch Evans battle his way to the finish line in Paris. “You have to have the patience to get going, and know that you can be an average rider when you start but you will improve,” Mr Pontelandolfo said. “We have some good juniors coming through now, and we even work with parents to teach them about racing,” he said. “Our club was the original club to start novice cycling – now it’s taken off and gone Australiawide.”

Novak set to play 250th SEABL game SYMES MOTORS Bendigo Braves veteran Chris Novak is set to play his 250th SEABL game when the Braves take on one of his former teams and East Conference rival Knox on Sunday. Novak, 30, has been one of SEABL‘s finest players in his 10 years in the league. He began his career with Mt Gambier in 2002 where he played 25 games including a playoff appearance. In 2004, Novak moved to Knox where he played 31 games including three playoff games in

three substitutes. Because Mrs Edlin, who also runs a “mysoccer” facebook page, was one of the first 200 clubs in Australia to enter the Optus Awards, this week the Under 8 Greens were able to try out their new balls, team bibs and goal nets, courtesy of Optus. The Spring Gully boys are now vying for the Team of the Year Award, which recognises “a bunch of kids who just dig playing football together”. “Now we’re just letting everyone know, and hoping they’ll vote for us,” Mrs Edlin said. “It’s just growing all the time, and it is a lot of work, but you watch the kids play and it’s all worth it.” Mrs Edlin said the $10,000 equipment grant that goes to the winner of the Team of the Year would be a huge boost for her strong little team, and for all the kids and parents at Spring Valley United Soccer Club. To vote for Spring Gully Under 8 Greens, go to www.sgusc.com.au, and follow the link to the Optus smallsided awards. Voting is open until August 31.

which the Raiders went down in the Conference final. The following year Novak made the move to Bendigo where he remains. Throughout 2005 to 2011, Novak has been one of the most popular players both within the team and within the Braves fan base. Novak has played 191 games for the Braves, with memorable games including three conference championships with the Braves in 2005, 2007 and 2010.

Novak paid tribute to his former clubs but particularly the Braves. “250 games have come along very quickly and I have achieved it by playing with some great teams from Mt Gambier to Knox and of course now the Braves. “The Braves have the best group of team mates, fans, staff and coaches of any club I have played for,” he said. Braves coach Ben Harvey was full of praise for Novak. “Chris Novak is a massive part of the

Bendigo Braves Basketball Club and SEABL. He is a great guy to have around the team not just for the comedic factor but it is a great testament to his talent and durability that he can achieve this milestone.” Novak’s career averages are impressive with 12.6 points and 7.8 rebounds over his 248 games. He is also the fourth highest rebounder in Braves history. Novak will lead his teammates out against Knox in Knox on Sunday with tip off at 2pm.

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6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 9.00 Children’s Programs 12.30 V8 Xtra 1.00 That '70s Show 1.30 My Wife And Kids 2.00 Marie Claire - Under The Cover 2.30 Movie: Cadet Kelly 4.30 What's Up Down Under 5.00 Guide To The Good Life 5.30 Coxy's Big Break 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Movie: Enchanted: Amy Adams, Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, Timothy Spall, Idina Menzel 8.45 Movie: Failure To Launch: Matthew McConaughey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Zooey Deschanel, Justin Bartha, Bradley Cooper 12.50 Movie: Just Another Story: GQ, Jaclyn DeSantis, Omar Scroggins, Fay Wolf 2.20 Home Shopping

6.00 Garner Ted Armstrong 6.30 Life Today 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.00 Breaking The Magician's Code: Magic's Secrets Revealed 12.00 Movie: Man Of The House: Chevy Chase, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Farrah Fawcett 2.00 Footy Flashbacks 3.00 AFL: Collingwood v Essendon 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Sunday Night 7.30 Great Migrations 8.40 Bones 9.40 Castle: Castle and Beckett work the case of a reporter found dead inside a pizza oven. 11.30 The First 48 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: The Locked Room Mystery: Dick Van Dyke, Barry Van Dyke 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 10 Years Younger 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home and Away: Charlie reconsiders her relationship with Brax. Will she end up with a broken heart? 7.30 World’s Most Extreme Airports 9.00 The Amazing Race Australia 10.30 Teen Wolf 11.30 Ocean Force 12.00 Heroes 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Lewis 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 10 Years Younger 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home and Away 7.30 Australia's Got Talent: Grand Final - The Winner Is Decided 9.00 Winners & Losers: Zach organises a weekend away with Frances and Jonathan to discuss a strategy for their next big pitch. 10.00 How I Met Your Mother 11.30 Keeping Up With The Kardashians 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Mystery Woman: Game Time: Kellie Martin, Clarence Williams III, Nina Siemaszko, Jamie Elman, Casey Sander, William Katt, Eddie Mills 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 10 Years Younger 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home and Away 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.00 World's Deadliest Roads 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 Covert Affairs 11.30 Eastbound & Down 12.00 Style By Jury 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Hush Little Baby: Tiffany Amiot, Ron Barge, Johanna Black, Lorelai Carey, Tom Carey, Phil Chipera, Ari Cohen, George Daburas, Lorena Gale 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 10 Years Younger 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home and Away 7.30 WWII Lost Films 8.30 Law and Order: LA 10.30 Off The Map 11.30 Young, Dumb And Living Off Mum 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News

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Saturday 30th

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Renovators 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 9.00 Movie: The Sweetest Thing: Cameron Diaz, Christina Applegate, Selma Blair, Thomas Jane, Parker Posey, Jason Bateman 10.45 Can Of Worms: Special Encore 11.45 Ten News 12.15 Sports Tonight 12.45 The Late Show With David Letterman 1.45 Infomercials 5.00 Bayless Conley 5.30 Jesse Duplantis

6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Hit List TV 12.00 Landed Music 12.30 The Hit Rater.Com 1.00 Don't Forget The Lyrics 2.00 Infomercial 2.30 Hook Line & Sinker 3.00 AFL: Western Bulldogs v West Coast Eagles 6.00 Ten Evening News 6.30 Before The Game 7.30 AFL: Fremantle v Hawthorn 11.30 Movie: The Weather Man: Nicolas Cage, Michael Caine, Hope Davis, Nicholas Hoult: As he prepares for his job interview and audition, weather man David Spritz tries to come to grips with his midlife crisis and the issues that are fuelling it. 1.25 Infomercials 4.00 Bayless Conley 4.30 It Is Written 5.00 Hour Of Power

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Children’s Programs 8.00 Hook Line & Sinker 8.30 Great Australian Doorstep 9.00 School Of Rock Oz Made 10.00 Hit List TV 12.10 Glee: Most Requested Episode 1.30 Student Body 2.30 Worst Week 3.00 Losing It 4.00 Meet The Press 4.30 The Bolt Report 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Jamie's Thirty Minute Meals 6.00 Ten Evening News 6.30 Merlin 7.30 Masterchef Australia 9.00 Movie: The Devil Wears Prada 11.10 Formula One Grand Prix: Hungary 1.20 Infomercials 4.00 Everyday Life 4.30 Copeland 5.00 Life Today 5.30 Benny Hinn

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Infomercial 4.00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.30 Renovators 9.30 Can Of Worms 10.30 Ten News 11.00 The Late Show With David Letterman 11.55 The Cleaner 12.55 Infomercials 4.00 Everyday Life 4.30 Copeland 5.00 Life Today

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.20 Renovators 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.30 Renovators: The contestants task is to create a coffee table to match guest judge Greg Natale’s modern American white room. 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 10.30 Ten News 11.00 The Late Show With David Letterman 11.55 The Cleaner 12.55 Infomercials 4.00 Everyday Life

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.20 Renovators 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 9.00 Renovators 10.00 The Defenders: A young man is caught carrying guns with filed-off serial numbers. 11.00 Ten News 11.30 The Late Show With David Letterman 12.25 The Cleaner 1.25 Infomercials 4.00 Everyday Life 4.30 Copeland 5.00 Life Today 5.30 Benny Hinn

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.20 Renovators 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia: The bottom two contestants from yesterday's challenge battle it out for the last spot in the finale. 8.30 Renovators 9.00 Law & Order: SVU 11.00 Ten News 11.30 The Late Show With David Letterman 12.25 Eureka 1.25 Infomercials 4.00 Everyday Life 4.30 Copeland

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Friday 29th

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5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1.30 Insight 2.30 The Nest 3.30 Angels In New York 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Demetri’s Castle 6.30 World News 7.30 James May’s Toy Stories 8.30 As It Happened: Azorian: The Raising Of The K-129 9.30 World News 10.00 Sex: An Unnatural History 10.30 Erotic Tales 11.00 Movie: Live Flesh (Spain): Liberto Rabal, Francesca Neri 12.45 Movie: From Subway With Love (The Czech Republic) 2.30 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Promise Of Music 2.40 Listen 2.50 Sketches Of Frank Gehry 4.25 The Chopin Preludes 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Costa’s Garden Odyssey 6.00 Behind The Front Door 6.30 World News 7.30 Engineering Connections 8.30 Iron Chef 9.20 Rockwiz: Presented by Julia Zemiro 10.15 Movie: 2 Days In Paris (France): Adam Goldberg, Julie Delpy, Daniel Brühl 12.00 SOS 1.00 Life’s A Zoo: When the housemates engage in a musical competition, Dr D thinks he has it sewn up. 1.55 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6.35 World Watch 10.30 Football Asia 11.00 Les Murray’s Football Feature 12.00 Futbol Mundial 12.30 Speedweek 2.00 Chris Botti Live 3.00 Blackbeard’s Lost Pirate Ship 3.55 Merlin: The Legend 5.00 Cycling Central 6.00 Trawlermen 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Dateline 9.30 Murdoch: Breaking The Spell? 10.05 To Infinity And Beyond 11.05 Movie: In Another League (Germany): Karoline Herfurth 12.55 Movie: Since Otar Left (France): Esther Gorintin 2.45 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 8.45 FIFA U-20 World Cup Colombia 2011: Australia v Ecuador 11.00 World Watch 1.30 Dateline 2.30 Insight 3.30 World Watch 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Mythbusters 8.30 Man Vs. Wild 9.30 World News 10.00 Flight Of The Conchords 10.30 Skins 11.30 The World Game: Presented by Les Murray, Craig Foster, David Basheer, Mariana Rudan and Scott McIntyre 12.30 Movie: Brothers (Denmark): Connie Nielsen 2.30 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Childstar (Canada): Don McKellar, Mark Rendall, Peter Paige 2.50 Father 3.00 Australian Biography 3.30 Here Comes The Neighbourhood 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Insight 8.30 SAS: The Search For Warriors 9.30 World News 10.05 Hot Docs: Presumed Guilty 11.45 Movie: On The Ropes (Italy): Michele Venitucci, Maya Sansa, Juan Pablo Ogalde 1.20 Love In India 2.20 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: The Secret Life Of Happy People (Canada): Gilbert Sicotte, Catherine De Lean, Marc Paquet 2.45 Apple Of My Eyes 3.00 Everyone Loves A Wedding 3.30 Here Comes The Neighbourhood 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Tropic Of Capricorn 8.30 Seduction In The City: The Birth Of Shopping 9.30 World News 10.05 Movie: Assembly (China): Zhang Hanyu, Deng Chao 12.15 112 Emergency 1.45 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 10.45 FIFA U-20 World Cup Colombia 2011: Australia v Costa Rica 1.00 World Watch 2.30 Dateline 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 French Food Safari 8.00 Oz And James’s Big Wine Adventure 8.30 Supersizers Go... 9.30 World News 10.05 The Protectors 11.10 Movie: The Serpent (France): Yvan Attal, Clovis Cornillac 1.20 Movie: Inspector Montalbano: Turning Point (Italy) 3.05 Weatherwatch


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6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 Last Chance To See: In the final episode, Stephen and Mark go to the Sea of Cortez in Mexico in search of Blue Whales. 8.30 Friday Night Lights 9.30 Misfits 10.30 Crownies: Lina's secular view of her faith is tested when her brother is arrested. Meanwhile, Erin's breakthrough in a horrific murder case leads her to question her principles. 11.30 Cold Feet 12.20 Code Geass 12.45 Important Things with Demetri Martin 1.10 The Office

6am Children’s Programs 7pm At The Movies 7.30 The Choir 8.30 Trumbo 10.05 Art Nation 10.30 Miranda: Tilly and Penny are organising a charity wine-tasting event. 11.00 Gavin And Stacey: Nessa and Dave's wedding is fast approaching and the preparations are in full swing. Stacey breaks some lifechanging news to Gavin, while Bryn and Jason finally put their big secret to bed. 11.30 How To Be Absolutely Fabulous 12.00 Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2009 12.55 Beautiful Noise

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Cook Yourself Thin 8.00 Miranda: Tilly is driving Miranda and her mother crazy with plans for her upcoming wedding. 8.30 Collision: A five-part British drama that tells the story of a major road accident and a group of people who have never met, but who all share one single, defining moment that will change their lives forever. 9.30 Deadwood: As Alma Ellsworth walks to the bank, a gunshot is fired in her direction. 10.20 Ashes To Ashes 11.15 The Beast 12.00 Gimme, Gimme, Gimme 12.30 Beautiful Noise

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Dirty Jobs 8.30 Good Game: Join Bajo and Hex as they present all the latest news from the world of gaming. 9.00 School Of Comedy 9.30 Misfits 10.15 Angry Boys 10.45 Arrested Development: Buster asks George-Michael to buy him marijuana for Lucille's vertigo. With the help of some male strippers dressed as cops, Michael stages a phony bust to teach his son a lesson. 11.10 The Office 11.40 School of Comedy 12.05 Billable Hours 12.30 Beautiful Noise

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Licence to Drill: A team of experts arrives in the Arctic to test MGM's first well for gas. The company waits anxiously to hear if its investment has paid off. 8.30 Beauty and the Beast 9.20 Erasing David: Do the UK's state and private companies know too much about ordinary people? Filmmaker David Bond disappears for a month, then hires two top detectives to track him down using only publicly available data. 10.20 Would You Save A Stranger? 11.10 Shrink Rap 12.00 Animal Cops 12.50 Beautiful Noise

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 The Marngrook Footy Show 8.30 Arrested Development: Michael tries to get his son into the prestigious Milford Academy. 9.00 How Not To Live Your Life: Don's new girlfriend Jenny seems sweet and adorable, but she is prone to sudden and violent mood swings. 9.30 The Gruen Transfer: Presented by Wil Anderson 10.00 The Thick Of It 10.30 London Live 10.55 The Chaser's War On Everything 11.25 The Marngrook Footy Show 12.30 Beautiful Noise

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6.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 Flintstones 9.30 Jeannie 10.00 Bewitched 10.30 ET 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00 Here's Lucy 12.30 Spin City 1.00 The Hills 2.00 The Dukes Of Hazzard 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Here's Lucy 5.00 Jeannie 5.30 Bewitched 6.00 GaGa Live At Sydney Monster Hall 7.00 Movie: Looney Tunes Back In Action: Brendan Fraser 9.00 Movie: Loser: Zak Orth 11.00 GaGa Live At Sydney Monster Hall 12.00 Fringe 2.00 Up Late 2.30 Cribs 3.00 Ladette To Lady 5.00 The Hills 5.30 Children’s Programs

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.05 Flintstones 7.30 Children’s Programs 11.00 Jeannie 12.00 Bewitched 1.00 Married With Children 2.00 Here's Lucy 3.00 Green Acres 3.30 Spin City 4.30 The Dukes Of Hazzard 5.30 Wipeout 6.30 Top Gear 7.30 Two And A Half Men 8.30 Movie: Swordfish: John Travolta, Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Don Cheadle 10.30 Movie: Daredevil: Ben Affleck, Jennie Garth, Colin Farrell, Michael Clarke Duncan, Joe Pantoliano, David Keith 12.30 South Park 1.00 The Vampire Diaries 2.00 Ladette To Lady 5.00 The Hills 5.30 Children’s Programs

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.05 Flintstones 7.30 Children’s Programs 12.00 The City 12.30 Eclipse Music TV 1.00 Manly Surf 1.30 Married With Children 2.00 Here's Lucy 3.00 Green Acres 3.30 Spin City 4.30 Crash Course 5.30 Wipeout 6.30 Top Gear 7.30 Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year 8.30 Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: Good Luck Chuck: Dane Cook, Jessica Alba, Dan Fogler, Ellia English 11.30 Community 12.00 South Park 12.30 Crash Course 1.30 Reno 911 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With Children 5.30 Flintstones

6.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 Flintstones 9.30 Jeannie 10.00 Bewitched 10.30 ET 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00 Here's Lucy 12.30 Green Acres 1.00 Crash Course 2.00 Wipeout 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Here's Lucy 5.00 Jeannie 5.30 Bewitched 6.00 Seinfeld 6.30 Two And A Half Men 7.00 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Top Gear 9.00 Two And A Half Men 9.30 Movie: Anger Management 11.40 South Park 12.10 Hellcats 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ

6.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 Flintstones 9.30 Jeannie 10.00 Bewitched 10.30 ET 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00 Here's Lucy 12.30 Spin City 1.00 Seinfeld 2.00 The Dukes Of Hazzard 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Here's Lucy 5.00 Jeannie 5.30 Bewitched 6.00 Seinfeld 6.30 Two And A Half Men 7.00 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Primeval 8.30 Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: Catwoman: Halle Berry 11.40 South Park 12.40 Eclipse Music TV 1.10 Reno 911 2.00 Home Shopping

6.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 Flintstones 9.30 Jeannie 10.00 Bewitched 10.30 ET 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00 Here's Lucy 12.30 Spin City 1.00 Seinfeld 2.00 The Dukes Of Hazzard 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Here's Lucy 5.00 Jeannie 5.30 Bewitched 6.00 Seinfeld 6.30 Two And A Half Men 7.00 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Two And A Half Men 8.30 Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: Never Back Down 11.50 Spartacus: Blood And Sand 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ

6.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 Flintstones 9.30 Jeannie 10.00 Bewitched 10.30 ET 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Married With Children 12.00 Here's Lucy 12.30 Spin City 1.00 Seinfeld 2.00 The Dukes Of Hazzard 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Here's Lucy 5.00 Jeannie 5.30 Bewitched 6.00 Seinfeld 6.30 Two And A Half Men 7.00 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Big Bang Theory 8.30 Big Trouble In Thailand 9.30 Movie: White Chicks 11.30 Up Late 12.20 V 1.20 Reno 911 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me

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6.00 Home Shopping 6.30 Martha Stewart 7.30 Dr Oz 8.30 Sons And Daughters 9.00 Home And Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 Designing Women 11.30 Deal Or No Deal 12.00 The Bill 1.00 Grey's Anatomy 2.00 Murphy Brown 2.30 The Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: Columbo: Exercise In Fatality 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Are You Being Served? 8.45 Escape To The Country 11.00 60 Minute Makeover 12.00 Living In The Sun 1.00 Movie: Reach For Glory 2.45 The World Around Us 4.00 Coronation Street

6.00 Home Shopping 6.30 Children’s Programs 9.00 Better Homes And Gardens 10.00 The Great Outdoors 11.00 Queensland Weekender 11.30 Out Of The Blue 12.00 A House In... 12.30 Passport To The Sun 1.00 Desert Island Chefs 1.30 Weekend Kitchen 4.55 The Great Australian Doorstep 5.25 Men Behaving Badly 6.00 Mind Your Language 6.30 Born And Bred 7.30 Heartbeat 8.40 Inspector Morse 11.00 That's My Boy 11.30 Please Sir 12.00 Minder 1.00 Passport To The Sun 1.30 The World Around Us 2.30 Leyland Brothers World 3.30 Floyd's India 4.00 Friends For Dinner

6.00 Home And Away 8.20 Ugly Betty 9.15 Nick's Bistro 9.45 Destination Ski 10.15 Movie: Hellcats Of The Navy: Ronald Reagan 12.00 Movie: Alvarez Kelly: William Holden 2.20 Movie: Brave New Girl: Virginia Madsen 4.10 Movie: The Deep End Of The Ocean: Michelle Pfeiffer, Whoopi Goldberg, Treat Williams, Jonathan Jackson 6.30 Marie Claire - Under The Cover 7.00 The Lakes 7.30 Homes Under The Hammer 8.45 Escape To The Country 11.00 60 Minute Makeover 12.00 Living In The Sun 1.00 No Going Back 2.00 Movie: The Deep End Of The Ocean 4.15 The World Around Us 5.30 Home Shopping

6.00 Children’s Programs 6.30 Martha Stewart 7.30 Dr Oz 8.30 Sons And Daughters 9.00 Home And Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 Designing Women 11.30 Deal Or No Deal 12.00 The Bill 1.00 Grey's Anatomy 2.00 Murphy Brown 2.30 The Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: Saved! 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Heartbeat 9.45 Movie: Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey: Felicity Jones 11.45 The Sweeney 1.00 Movie: The Gay Falcon 2.30 Leyland Brothers World

6.00 Children’s Programs 6.30 Martha Stewart 7.30 Dr Oz 8.30 Sons And Daughters 9.00 Home And Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 Designing Women 11.30 Deal Or No Deal 12.00 The Bill 1.00 Grey's Anatomy 2.00 Murphy Brown 2.30 The Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: A Stranger's Heart 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Keeping Up Appearances 8.10 Are You Being Served? 8.45 One Foot In The Grave 9.30 Jonathan Creek 10.30 Movie: Carry On England 12.20 Minder

6.00 Home Shopping 6.30 Martha Stewart 7.30 Dr Oz 8.30 Sons And Daughters 9.00 Home And Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 Designing Women 11.30 Deal Or No Deal 12.00 The Bill 1.00 Grey's Anatomy 2.00 Murphy Brown 2.30 The Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: Gunfighters: Randolph Scott 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Heartbeat 8.40 Pie In The Sky 9.45 Movie: Kinky Boots 12.00 Murphy's Law 1.00 Coronation Street 1.30 Emmerdale 2.00 Home Shopping

6.00 Home Shopping 6.30 Martha Stewart 7.30 Dr Oz 8.30 Sons And Daughters 9.00 Home And Away 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Emmerdale 11.00 Designing Women 11.30 Deal Or No Deal 12.00 The Bill 1.00 Grey's Anatomy 2.00 Murphy Brown 2.30 The Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: Columbo: Negative Reaction 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Doc Martin 9.30 The Bill 10.40 Movie: The China Syndrome 1.10 Movie: Action In Arabia 2.40 Leyland Brothers World 3.30 The Real Seachange 4.00 Coronation Street

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6.00 Major League Baseball 8.30 WNBA Action 9.00 Isle Of Man TT 10.00 MotoGP 11.00 The Game Plan (NRL) 12.00 Swimming: FINA World Championships 2.00 The Game Plan (AFL) 3.00 Swimming: FINA World Championships 4.00 Airline 4.30 Extreme Dreams 5.00 Guerrilla Gardeners 5.30 I Fish Catch Of The Day 6.00 Airline 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 Cops 7.30 Mighty Movers 8.30 Movie: Shine A Light 11.00 Swimming: FINA World Championships 1.00 Sports Tonight 1.30 Black Gold 2.30 Omnisport

6.00 Omnisport 6.30 NASCAR Nationwide Series: Highlights 7.30 Rally: CAMS Tarmac Challenge 8.30 Drag Racing: Andra Pro Series 9.30 I Fish 10.00 Pro Bull Riding 11.00 World Of Free Sports 11.30 Drive 12.00 Swimming: FINA World Championships 3.00 Extreme Dreams 3.30 Bondi Rescue 4.00 Airline 5.30 I Fish 6.30 The WWE Experience 7.30 Everest: Beyond The Limit 8.30 An Idiot Abroad 9.30 Formula 1: Qualifying 11.10 Swimming: FINA World Championships 12.40 UFC 117 2.40 World Rally Championship 3.10 Omnisport 3.30 This Week In Baseball

6.00 Grand-Am Rolex Sportscar Series 8.30 Shark U 9.30 Pro Bull Riding 10.30 World Of Free Sports 11.00 Snowboarding: TTR World Tour 11.30 Swimming: FINA World Championships 1.00 Drag Racing: Andra Pro Series 2.00 Isle Of Man TT 3.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup: Qualifying 4.30 Swimming: FINA World Championships: Highlights 5.30 I Fish 6.30 Shark U 7.30 Extreme Fishing 8.30 Cops: Adults Only 9.00 Formula 1 Grand Prix 12.05 Swimming: FINA World Championships 1.35 Omnisport 2.00 NASCAR Countdown 3.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup

6.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup 7.00 World Rally Championship 7.30 Isle Of Man TT 8.30 Golf: WGC Bridgestone Invitational Highlights 9.30 AFL 12.00 Tennis: ATP World Tour Uncovered 12.30 Swimming: FINA World Championships 2.00 Shark U 3.00 Omnisport 3.30 Extreme Dreams 4.00 Airline 4.30 Extreme Dreams 5.00 Guerrilla Gardeners 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Airline 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 Cops 7.30 Fear Factor 8.30 24 9.30 One Week At A Time 10.30 Sports Tonight 11.00 Formula 1 Grand Prix 1.00 One Week At A Time Late

6.00 Kitesurfing: PKRA World Tour 6.30 NASCAR Sprint Cup Catch-Up 7.30 Pro Bull Riding 8.30 Skateboarding: The Tony Hawk Show 9.00 WNBA Action 9.30 AFL 12.00 One Week At A Time (AFL) 1.00 One Week At A Time (NRL) 2.00 24 3.00 Omnisport 3.30 Bondi Rescue 4.00 Airline 4.30 Extreme Dreams 5.00 Guerrilla Gardeners 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Airline 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 Cops 7.30 Black Gold 8.30 Cops: Adults Only 9.30 Movie: Doom 11.35 Sports Tonight 12.05 NASCAR Sprint Cup 3.05 NASCAR Nationwide Series

6.00 Kitesurfing: PKRA World Tour 6.30 NASCAR Sprint Cup Catch-Up 7.30 Pro Bull Riding 8.30 Surfing: Red Bull Project Air 9.00 I Fish 9.30 This Week In Baseball 10.00 Major League Baseball 1.00 NASCAR Nationwide Series 2.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup 3.00 Omnisport 3.30 Bondi Rescue 4.00 Airline 4.30 Extreme Dreams 5.00 Guerrilla Gardeners 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Airline 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 Cops 7.30 Twister Sisters 8.30 Cops: Adults Only 9.30 Sons Of Anarchy 10.30 RPM 11.30 Sports Tonight 12.00 Andra Pro Series 1.00 Omnisport

6.00 Kitesurfing: PKRA World Tour 6.30 NASCAR Sprint Cup 7.30 Pro Bull Riding 8.30 Verbier Xtreme 9.00 Major League Baseball 12.00 Tennis: ATP World Tour Uncovered 12.30 World Rally Championship 1.00 Drag Racing: Andra Pro Series 2.00 RPM 3.00 Omnisport 3.30 Bondi Rescue 4.00 Airline 4.30 Extreme Dreams 5.00 Guerrilla Gardeners 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Airline 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 Cops 7.30 America's Port 8.30 The Game Plan 9.30 Breakout Kings 10.30 Sports Tonight 11.00 The Ultimate Fighter 12.00 The Game Plan Late

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Saturday 30th 6am Children’s Programs 7pm Monkey Thieves 7.30 Willie's Chocolate Revolution: British chocolate enthusiast Willie Harcourt-Cooze's financial situation is precarious, so he must look at other ways of keeping his dream alive. 8.15 At The Movies 8.30 Movie: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly: Sergio Leone, Clint Eastwood 11.25 Movie: Coogan's Bluff: Clint Eastwood: An Arizona lawman shows New York City cops a thing or two when he arrives in the Big Apple to track down a wanted man. 12.55 Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business Of America

Sunday 31st

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village 6.30 Come Dine With Me 7.30 New York 8.30 Eloquent Nude: Charis Wilson, at the age of 91, talks about her relationship and artistic collaboration with the American photographer Edward Weston. 9.35 Movie: Strokes Of Fire (Korea): Choi Min-Sik, Ahn Sung-Ki, Yu HoJeong: The story an uneducated painter whose skill made him one of Asia’s most famous artists. 11.45 Movie: Election (Hong Kong): Simon Yam, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Louis Koo 1.30 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Wine Lovers’ Guide To Australia: Pria travels to the Riverland region in South Australia, where premium Australian wines are produced. 6.35 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour Of Britain: Si King and Dave Myers travel the length and breadth of Britain to discover the finest traditional foods around. 7.30 Find My Family 8.30 Freetime Machos 9.30 Movie: Nightmare Detective (Japan): Ryuhei Matsuda 11.30 Movie: Wild Camp (France): Isild Le Besco, Denis Lavant 12.55 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05am World Watch 6pm At The Table With... 6.35 Singapore Flavours 7.30 Ninja Warrior: Witness as Olympic athletes, K-1 fighters and pro-wrestlers attempt the most diabolical Japanese obstacle course ever created. 8.00 Unbeatable Banzuke 8.30 Cycling: UCI BMX World Championships 2011: Highlights 9.30 Movie: Mogadishu: The Hijacking Of Flight 181 (Germany): Thomas Kretschmann, Nadja Uhl 11.30 Movie: Kurt Wallander: The Container Lorry (Sweden): Krister Henriksson, Johanna Sallstrom 1.05 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village: Presented by Silvio Rivier 6.30 Come Dine With Me: Amateur chefs compete to cook the ultimate dinner party. 7.30 E=Mc2: Einstein’s Big Idea: Narrated by John Lithgow 8.30 Surgeons: This remarkable flyon-the-wall documentary series follows the pioneering and high-risk work carried out by some of Ireland's leading surgeons. 9.30 The World Game 10.30 Movie: Open Your Eyes (Spain): Eduardo Noreiga, Penélope Cruz, Chete Lera 12.35 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village 6.30 Come Dine With Me: Amateur chefs compete to cook the ultimate dinner party. 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 As It Happened: Living With The Enemy: A four-part series that tells the story between the end of World War II, and the founding of the two German states. 9.30 Movie: The Motorcycle Diaries (Argentina): Gabriel Garcia Bernal, Rodrigo De La Serna, Mercedes Morán 11.40 Movie: Exiles (France): Romain Duris, Lubna Azabal 1.30 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village: Presented by Silvio Rivier 6.30 Come Dine With Me: Amateur chefs compete to cook the ultimate dinner party. 7.30 Inspector Rex: A serial killer is stalking women on nights when the moon is full. When a third murder is committed, Alex and Rex must find a link between the killings. 10.05 Movie: Altiplano (Thailand): Magaly Solier, Jasmin Tabatabai, Olivier Gourmet 12.05 Movie: Mon-Rak Transistor (Thailand): Suppakorn Kitsuwan, Siriyakorn Pukkavesa and Somlek Sakdikul 2.10 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village 6.30 Come Dine With Me 7.30 New York 9.40 Movie: Volavérunt (Spain): Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Penélope Cruz, Jordi Mollà: In 1802, the flamboyant Duchess of Alba gathers a bevy of aristocrats to celebrate the completion of her new palace, only to be found dead shortly after. 11.20 Movie: Scratch (Denmark): Stephanie Leon, Nicolas Dufour: While 17-year-old Mille waits for her lazy boyfriend Kenny to change his ways, she falls for a young man who has a goal in life. 12.45 Weatherwatch


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Focus on revenge It has been a fantastic season but our work’s not finished, we have more to achieve

TRAINING DAYS: Bendigo Thunder at Dower Park. Photo: BILL CONROY

By BEN CAMERON

THE Bendigo Thunder will need to bounce back from the pain of defeat last Sunday and face North Ballarat for the second week running, in their semi final this weekend. The Thunder were edged by the top placed Eagles by three goals in a low-scoring affair at White Flack Reserve last week, after fading away in the final minutes of the

last quarter. Our girls trailed by a single point at the final change, but three goals in the dying minutes gave Ballarat at 52 to 34 victory. The Thunder finished the home and away season in second place behind North Ballarat, who have dropped only one game from 14 meetings this year, so the challenge is obvious. Thunder coach Russell Jeffrey said while the girls

were disappointed by the 18 point loss, they were now focusing on revenge. “We knew we would be in for a strong contest heading into this game,” he said. “Ballarat haven’t been on top of the ladder all season for their looks, they are a strong, tough side who know their footy ... we will just be using today to refocus and learn on where we went wrong and how to do it better.”

Best players for the Thunder were Angela Foley, Jemima Collins, Maddi Kindellan, Eileen Mitchell, Elizabeth Waters and Tania Rusbridge while Emma Grant bagged two majors while Emma Wolters, Tameeka Morrissey and Bree Martin kicked a goal each. Jeffrey said he won’t tweak the game plan too much this weekend. “If anything I will be asking them to maximise

their opportunities in front of goal in particular,” he said. The Thunder will welcome back ball magnet Jess Kennedy for the clash, but will miss key players Colleen Graham, Fran Rinaldi, Jacqui Simpkin, Hayley Trevean and Abbey Hay through injury. “Given we have the double chance I am optimistic they will figure in our finals campaign at some stage,”

he said. “Most importantly we have depth and even if we don’t get all of these players back I am very optimistic about our finals chances. “It has been a fantastic season but our work’s not finished, we have more to achieve. “The Thunder girls play great a very attacking style of footy and if we put in a four quarter effort we’re a big chance to win.”

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