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ISSUE 723 FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 2011

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Rebellion on Camp Hill IT was up to the young people of Bendigo yesterday to commemorate one of the events that shaped the Australian identity. The Bendigo Historical Society led the re-enactment of the August 1853 Red Ribbon protest on Camp Hill in what is now Rosalind Park. Dressed in outfits from the past, and sporting red ribbons, like the miners who were protesting the licence fee imposed by the government, grades three to six from Camp Hill Primary gathered to hear the call to peaceful protest. Connor Barker and Rory Marshall (left) played the roles of the commissioners who were called on to reduce the licence fee, a first win for the beleaguered miners and the first step towards the all-out Eureka Stockade rebellion in Ballarat. “Our students don’t get so much local history now, with all the things on the curriculum we have to cover, so this is a chance for us to focus on our history,� teacher Brett Parkes said. “It reminds the kids of Camp Hill how Bendigo was built.�

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By ROSEMARY SORENSEN

PLANS to turn one of the city’s neglected gems into a “tourist mecca� could rejuvenate Bendigo’s CBD. The Bendigo Weekly can reveal local entrepreneur Mark Coffey is in discussions with the City of Greater Bendigo council to turn Pall Mall’s Beehive building into a residential and commercial showpiece. “On a smaller scale, the Beehive building could be as good as (Sydney’s) Queen Victoria Building,� Mr Coffey said this week.

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“It’s a building we should be proud of but Bendigo people haven’t supported this kind of development in the past. “This is more important than Fortuna which is too hard, too complex a project.�

Mr Coffey has renovated such landmark buildings as the Wine Bank on View, which he runs with his wife, Janine, and Park View (overlooking the fountain, with Aussie Disposals on the ground floor). His company, Allawah, spe-

cialises in inner-city accommodation in renovated historic buildings. One-third of the Beehive building, facing the RSL museum on Rosalind Park, has been owned by the council since 1999. It was last offered for develop-

ment in 2003, but has been sitting empty while maintenance work was carried out. “The only reason council is interested in the Beehive building is to find models and options to retain its heritage value,� council Planning and Development director Prue Mansfield said. “The best way to do that is to find a contemporary re-use that is financially viable.

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By PETER KENNEDY and ANTHONY RADFORD

WHILE it is difficult to keep family politics out of weddings, professional politics rarely gets a look in. That wasn’t the case during this week’s official world premiere of The White Wedding Dress Exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery. Despite the significance of the event to Bendigo, the state and the nation, both Premier Ted Baillieu and Tourism Minister Louise Asher declined invitations to attend and open the event. Instead, Local Government Minister Jeanette Powell launched the exhibition, at one stage confus-

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ing Bendigo with Shepparton. All this didn’t sit well with Labor Member for Bendigo East Jacinta Allan, who was scathing in her criticism, as were council and gallery representatives. “Curator Karen Quinlan and her team have done a tremendous job and this exhibition will be a great art, tourism and economic boon for our city,� Ms Allan said. Ms Allan said it was disappointing neither Mr Baillieu or Ms Asher made the trip to Bendigo. In response, a government spokesperson played down the significance of the event to the state, the nation and the arts industry. The spokesperson referred to

“This is not the first snub from the Liberal National Government for Central Victoria� the event as highlight only of the “regional arts calendar� and attacked Ms Allan for politicising it. “The success of arts events in our region relies on bipartisan support from community leaders,� she said. “The Bendigo Art Gallery was one of the first regional galleries to host the Premier when he opened

the Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize in February.� Ms Allan said former Premiers had been keen to come to the region for major art events. “This is in stark contrast to the other Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition, The Golden Age of Couture, which was opened by the former Premier,� she said.

“This is not the first snub from the Liberal National Government for Central Victoria and regional arts. “For the first time in years, the Castlemaine State Festival was not opened by the Premier, Arts Minister or a senior government minister. Instead it was opened by a parliamentary secretary.� “In the past, Premiers Jeff Kennett and Steve Bracks have not only found the time, but have been thrilled to open the festival and support international arts events in regional Victoria.� “It is shame Mr Baillieu can not seem to get out of Melbourne and do the same.�

Government shelves library cuts

WORTH A LOOK: Visitor numbers have been encouraging. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN

THE State Government has responded to pressure from local councils, including the City of Greater Bendigo, and reversed a decision to cut funding to libraries. Minister for Local Government Jeanette Powell announced yesterday an additional $6.5 million over the next three years and a further $100,000 for a review of services and funding to the sector. Earlier this month, there was a public backlash, led by the Municipal Association of Victoria, against the surprise cuts of $5.7 million from library funding.

Bank to release results BENDIGO and Adelaide Bank will be releasing its full-year results on Monday. Investors, analysts and media will have an opportunity to listen to presentations from managing director Mike Hirst, and chief financial officer Richard Fennell and ask questions about the results. The event will be held from 10am to 11.30am at InterContinental – The Rialto, Trade Room, Level 1, 495 Collins Street, Melbourne.

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White wedding exhibition draws crowds By ROSEMARY SORENSEN

A STEADY stream of Bendigonians visited the White Wedding Dress exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery this week, taking advantage of the weekday opening before the first big weekend. Some of the early visitors were a group from the Women of Influence network, who headed to Bendigo for a tour of the blockbuster show which includes not only historical garments from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London but also a collection of Australian designs.

Laura Anderson, the chair of   L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival, said the show is brilliant not just for fashion industry people, but also young people interested in the way style has changed. “This is also a fabulous exhibition for education, because there are so many stories behind the gowns,� she said. Ms Anderson’s own wedding gown, designed by another Woman of Influence, Linda Britten, features in the Australian section of the show. The gown, based on a Dior design, is a simple, ro-

mantic style. It contrasts with the out-there designs such as the inside-out dress by Steve Bruton, which has a figurehugging ruched dress encased in a petticoat frame. Robyn Caughlan’s Aboriginal wedding dress from 1998 features the Aboriginal flag in a kind of gypsy design, while Romance Was Born designers Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett have a wool and raffia gown with a bodice of Swarkovski crystals on show. “It’s so important to keep and preserve these dresses,� Ms Anderson said. “They are so much a part of both family

and social history.� “The wedding gown is such an important part of our culture, and it’s common to so many cultures,� Ms Britten said. “For a designer, of course it’s also what we finish the show with, so it’s very special.� Gallery director Karen Quinlan is keeping a close eye on the visitor numbers and responses to this beautifully displayed show. “We won’t know the response for a while, but it’s looking very good so far,� she said.

AS part of their studies in Cultural Diversity in the local community, 15 La Trobe University Occupational Therapy students will mentor BSSC’s newly arrived students needing English language support. The students will attend the Bendigo ESL Learning Support after hours Homework Centre to work with BSSC’s new arrival students. The program was launched on Tuesday and was celebrated with an afternoon tea.

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THE proposed Catholic school at Maiden Gully will provide a comprehensive educational facility from Prep to Year 12 . Catholic Education Sandhurst director Phil Billington chairs the Maiden Gully Steering Committee, and said the new schools would complement the established Catholic schools in the region. “This is a wonderful outcome for Bendigo,” Ms Billington said. “The Maiden Gully Catholic School provision has the full support of the Diocese and the leaders

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of Catholic schools in the Goldfields area.” Catholic College Bendigo confirmed plans for a new Marist Brothers secondary school at Maiden Gully on Tuesday. The expected commencement date for the school is some time in 2014. The project also involves a partnership with the City of Greater Bendigo council for the development of public recreational facili-

ties to cater for the local area. Council chief executive officer Craig Niemann said there was an intent to provide recreation facilities jointly to make sure the Maiden Gully area received the facilities it needed. “This will be a great outcome if we can pull it off,” he said. Ms Billington said the growing interest in Catholic education in the Bendigo region had prompted the establishment of the new

school site and all involved parties were committed to consulting with the community in order to provide the best facilities possible. She said the new school would firmly establish Catholic Education Sandhurst as a leading provider of education in the region offering more choice for Bendigo families, in particular those in the Maiden Gully area. A public rezoning consultation meeting will take place at Maiden

Gully Hall from 9.30am to 1.30am and 6pm to 8pm on Wednesday, August 17 as part of the rezoning proposal required to develop the new school site. Representatives from Catholic Education Sandhurst, their consultant team and the council will be there to provide information and to answer questions about the proposal. Tell us your thoughts Email: letters@bendigoweekly.com.au Write to: Letters to the Editor, PO Box 324, Bendigo 3552

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Premier defends gallery no show By BEN CAMERON

PREMIER Ted Baillieu has dismissed Opposition claims he snubbed Bendigo by failing to attend last weekend’s official opening of The White Wedding Dress: 200 Years of Wedding Fashions. Mr Baillieu declined to say why he missed

the opening of one of the state’s biggest tourism events, which was left to Local Government Minister Jeanette Powell to open, despite the Premier saying the Bendigo exhibition was a prime example of his government’s commitment to the regions through tourism projects.

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“I’ve had the pleasure of being at the wedding dress exhibition today already and it’s been a fantastic exercise and I’m looking forward to similar exhibitions promoting Bendigo.” The Bendigo DPC on King Street was one of the first regional centres established and will be on a nine-

month trial basis. “(It’s) an important step, and it will work,” Mr Baillieu said. He also said he was “very satisified” with Bendigo Health’s handling of the possible privitatisation of pathology services. “I’m confident that we’ll get a great outcome,” he said.

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things around for the region dramatically. “Conservation will only take you so far before it starts hurting families and pensioners,” he said. “My time at Coliban has been a roller coaster ride. “I started when we were in extreme drought, built a new team, fixed the financials and ended with extreme flood. “We have effectively built a new organisation and taken consultants out of it. It has been a lot of fun.” It wasn’t that fun, though, when Mr Hanlon began. “My immediate focus was all about trading water for Bendigo and getting seriously nervous about the Castlemaine, Kyneton and Loddon systems,” he said. “That was all in the first 12 months. “If it hadn’t rained, plans were in place, and if a decision was made, projects to solve these problems were ready to go. “It is nice to know they are sit-

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TOP of the agenda for the Eaglehawk Business and Community Network is the need to maintain what makes the place special. They also know it has to meet the needs of the locals. “Eaglehawk is unique in Bendigo,” president of BCN3556 Ross Mitchell said this week. “We’re more like Maldon, and we’re also a very community-minded group. “Development is great, but we don’t want to kill that village feel.” La Trobe University Planning students presented a concept plan for the development of Eaglehawk at the BCN3556 annual general meeting on Tuesday. As an exercise in imagining a future for a city, the students put forward ideas for what Eaglehawk might look like in 2030. The plans, which prioritised higher density housing for the central business district and public spaces with pedestrian access,

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A new ambulance station, Aldi supermarket and community facilities will “transform the western entrance,” Mr Mitchell said, and the eastern entrance is set for change with the St Peter’s Church site up for development. City of Greater Bendigo Eaglehawk Ward councillor Peter Cox said the need for service-planning was crucial in the area as the population grew. “There is plenty of land that can be developed within the area, including vacant Crown Land,” he said. “Rather than spreading the development outwards it makes a lot of sense to evaluate existing vacant land that already has services, shops and transport close by. “People want to be connected to a suburb that has a heart and that sums up the 3556 postcode pretty well. “It has everything, but it needs a makeover.” Council will begin a plan to develop Eaglehawk in a two- kilometre radius from the town centre. Interest can be registered by contacting Nick Byrne on 5434 6000.

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Ben – It’s the local you know 3BO and I am here with Bendigo Weekly editor Anthony Radford. Radders, let’s talk about what’s happening around Central Victoria. At the moment it’s all about the new Catholic school planned for Maiden Gully. What’s the latest you have on that one? Anthony – This has been in the wind for the past three or four year. Ages ago there was an announcement it would be at Maiden Gully. This week they announced it would be the Marist Brothers running it which, as a Marist Old Boy, I think is fantastic. What I can also reveal today is there will be, out on the same sight with shared recreation facilities, a Catholic Primary school as well. Ben – That sounds like it will be a boon for the locals and for the rest of Bendigo. Anthony – It will be run by the Catholic Diocese under the authority of the parish of St Liborious, who also run a primary school in Eaglehawk. This is coming off the basis that there are more Catholic children at Maiden Gully Primary School than any other Bendigo public primary school. Obviously there is a demand out there for Catholic education. Ben – Once again, demonstrating the progression and growth of Bendigo. Now, as far as visitors to town goes, the Premier is in town today, but he comes amid a bit of controversy. What’s going on there. Anthony – Yes, Premier Ted Baillieu and Tourism Minister Louise Asher were conspicuous by their absence at the opening of the art gallery’s White Wedding Dress exhibition on the weekend. Both were invited and both declined, instead leaving Local Government Minister Jeanette Powell, who mistook Bendigo for Shepparton during her speech, to do the honours. In response to Jacinta Allan’s criticism of this, the Premier’s office today released a statement saying the exhibition was the highlight of the regional cultural calendar. That is wrong, and maybe points to why Mr Baillieu didn’t turn up. This exhibition is a highlight in the Victorian and Australian cultural calendar and needs to be treated as such by the State Government, as such exhibitions were by the previous government.

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Discovering our history is informative, too A NOTE to say thanks and well done for the weekly column Discovering Bendigo. James Lerk’s current series: Defining Irishtown, Activity in Irishtown, Social Challenges and What’s in a Name is exceptional in that it illuminates a little-known part of Bendigo’s history. A walk along the length of Bridge Street looking at it through much more informed eyes is educational. The roots of the North Bendigo community have never been described in such interesting detail, and I look forward to following the series as it unfolds. Well done James and well done Bendigo Weekly. Noel Ridge, Bendigo

Gallery the plaything of marketing DRESSED-UP Bendigo Art Gallery economic benefit claims distort the gallery’s purpose and undermine the worthy efforts of its staff. The worry is the gallery has become the plaything of marketing and tourism gurus, and competing politicians. The Weekly’s July 29 story, White Hot, claimed, 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. The 2009 council study that came up with $9.4 million made four slips that can halve the “boost” to $4.7 million. The study has all visitors as full-paying adults, yet April 2009 council minutes show 35 per cent were children and pensioners. It is assumed day visitors spent $130, and overnight $260. One night, two adults and two children – $1040. Get real. It ignored Tourism Australia data showing 42 per cent of overnight stays are with friends and relatives, bypassing accommodation and food outlets. It overlooked the rate burden of additional administrative and infrastructure costs, and an indulgent $6 million annual loss attributable to related City Futures directorate units – market-

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ing, tourism, capital, gallery and administration. The City of Greater Bendigo council is aware of the study’s slips or failed to check the study. Either way, council’s bad numbers form continues: Inconsistent Visitor Information Centre counts, discredited tramaround-the-lake data, fanciful O’Keefe trail benefits, wonky major events estimates, vague mall outlays, ignored multi-storey car park costs, and flavoured jail theatre claims. Council can do better than this. A reality check is necessary. Elastic council information influences then distorts resident, business and government opinion and investment decisions, and our rates. Ted Coleman, Strathfieldsaye

Stop this madness now Mr Baillieu PREMIER Baillieu’s true environmental colours are showing, or is it just his ignorance? First we had the destructive resumption of cattle grazing in Victoria’s Alpine National Park, second the impending attack on Melbourne’s Green Wedges, and now the rampant assault on what little is left of our Mountain Ash forests in the Central Highlands near Toolangi after the

Black Saturday bushfires. Forests are our great carbon stores and wet ash forests amongst the most efficient on the planet, storing up to 2000 tons of carbon per hectare. Young and regrowing ash forests are far less effective. Our forests are being sold for peanuts by VicForests, a government agency, an organisation heavily subsidised by you and me. The Toolangi forests in Melbourne’s water catchments have reduced water run off for up to 150 years after logging. What of biodiversity and its loss? These forests are the remaining habitat of the endangered Victorian faunal emblem, the Leadbeater’s Possum, principally endangered by habitat destruction. And for what? Whole log exports to China and cheap wood chips. So, Mr Baillieu, stop this madness now. John Bardsley, Mandurang South

Gillard instigate a wide inquiry into the potential excesses of the Australian media. This needs to be with particular focus on the dominance of the Murdoch Press. Murdoch’s News Limited, with its dominant 70 per cent share of Australia’s media outlets, has much to answer for in terms of its shameless proconservative political bias, often rabidly and infamously manifested by its self-promoting shock-jocks, as well as its tabloid, broadsheet and electronic outlets. The current level of political discourse favoured by the coalition and the negatively sensationalist hysteria of the Murdoch Press are truly a match made in heaven – both manage to plumb previously unsurpassed depths of moral relativity and outright dishonesty in the interests of mutually beneficial political expediency. Bring on the inquiries and let the vested interests squeal and squirm. Michelle Goldsmith, Eaglehawk

Bring on the News Limited enquiries IN the context of the News Of The World scandal in Britain, it is appropriate that Prime Minister

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PLANS to turn the Beehive building into a commercial and residential “mecca” must be applauded. While there will be obvious heritage concerns, which can be dealt with, the plan has merit. The Beehive has been neglected. It could be one of Bendigo’s greatest assets. Instead, it sits there as a blight on Pall Mall, one of the prettiest streets in Australia. It’s not only the blistered paint and faded artwork that shows its tough life. The top level is a disgrace. Years of neglect by all and sundry have left the former Bendigo Stock Exchange section of the inside as nothing more than a pigeon haven, poop and all. The City of Greater Bendigo council, led by

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Editorial Comment Don Goldsworthy, have done a valiant job in the past few years to rejuvenate its half of the top two storeys of the Beehive building, but it is too little and has taken far too long. Council, rightly or wrongly, has not seen allocating money to it as a priority. This is where private money should come in. Most of the non-street level section to the right of the stock exchange and Allan’s Walk is ripe for the picking. It is rundown, severely damaged and plagued with problems, but the bones of something beautiful are there.

The council obviously doesn’t have enough money to renovate in any respectable and acceptable time frame, so someone else needs to. Mark Coffey has turned some of the city’s rundown landmarks into stunning apartments and businesses. His record speaks for itself and he must be praised for having the passion and the gumption to take it on. But there is more to this than just a commercial opportunity, or a good use of an old building. This is an example of where Bendigo needs to go in the future. It is not

just a representation of the much-talked-about inner city, medium-density living, but almost of urban renewal. Bendigo’s CBD needs a boost. Hargreaves Mall’s redevelopment, anti-social violence and Walk Bendigo have left a bad taste in locals’ mouths. There is no doubt about it – the CBD is tainted. However, with ideas like this, the pendulum is swinging. Bendigo is blessed – we have these types of buildings, and we have people prepared to do something with them. Such a development would speed up other urban renewal projects, – such as Eaglehawk and Epsom – and provide a big boost to the region’s reputation.

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WORKING as a journalist is a But the world of journal- also be a very powerful form privilege and an absolute joy ism has changed dramatically of anti-social media when for most of us lucky enough in recent years and the advent used for the wrong reasons. to get paid for doing some- of the internet and social meMedia laws have struggled thing that we love, but em- dia now means we can all be to keep pace with the adbedded in the job is a layer citizen journalists, and we can vances of the internet and the of responsibility no journo all be publishers. But the ease emergence of social media, so should ever take for granted. with which this can be done while authorities work frantiJournalists break stories does not absolve any of us cally to establish the suitable that can make or break peo- from the responsibility to be framework to do just that, the ple’s lives; that’s why there is a fair, accurate, honest and ac- gap continues to grow. need to be both sensitive and countable. Sadly, that gap has seen sensible, and caring and careA former editor of mine too many people, and parful, and all at the same time. Media laws have struggled to keep pace We have a responsibility to with the advances of the internet our employers to perform to the best of our abilities, and a responsibility to once commented ‘’the inter- ticularly young people, you, the readers and consum- net gives people the cour- caught in the snare of vicious ers of the work we produce. age to be cowards’’ and it’s a rumour campaigns, cyber There have been plenty phrase I have never forgotten. bullying and online harassof times in my career where It’s one I also agree with 100 ment in ways our forebears I have gone to bed and strug- per cent. would not have imagined gled to sleep because I knew One only has to look at possible. the next day would bring the harm that has been introAnd so now, as parents with it a lot of angst, perhaps duced to society by the im- we have a responsibility to anger and some heated mo- proper use of powerful tools ensure our children do the ments. But I never worried such as Facebook and You- right thing not just in the real that any of this was because Tube to realise the long-term world, but in the so-called of something I had done damage a stupid spur-of-the- “virtual” world as well, bewrong. On the contrary, it was moment decision can have cause anyone who believes because I believed I had done upon so many people. that any of this is merely “virthe right thing in my role as a Used properly, social me- tual” is perhaps making the journalist. dia can be just that, but it can biggest mistake of them all.

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GLENDA MILLARD tells a wonderful story about her own path towards becoming one of Australia’s most admired children’s book writers. It starts with a house full of books, and a family sitting quiet around the fire absorbed in reading, and winds its way through little episodes told with humour and grace. No wonder, when an editor found her first manuscript in a slush pile, that editor couldn’t resist. Millard has just published another joyous, slightly idiosyncratic picture book, For All Creatures. Illustrated in bold, busy style by Rebecca Cool, it is a hymn of praise – for all creatures great and small. Each page delights in the colour, the movement, the variety and sheer wondrous beauty (and oddness) of animals, birds and insects. Best known for the courageous Tishkin Silk books, Eaglehawk-based Millard has an uncompromising certainty that a child can and will cope with big and unusual words. Suitable for children as young as three, For All Creatures includes words such as dawdle and camouflage, nonchalant and fluke (that’s a baby echidna!). This polite, elegant, modest

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FOR ALL CREATURES: Glenda Millard. Photo: ROSEMARY SORENSEN to send it off to publishers, and now the plot gets really interesting. “I haunted Dymocks,” Millard says, “and narrowed it down to a publisher who does lovely books! “I really didn’t anticipate anything, just thought I’ll keep doing it.” That publisher was the doyenne of children’s publishing, Margaret Hamilton, and it was she who recognised in Millard’s writing something out of the ordinary.

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“People say to me, why don’t you write adventure stories, things like Enid Blyton – these are stories I love reading but I’m not drawn to write them.” The use of difficult words, the quirky shorelines, the surprises at every turn of the page, “this was not the pattern people expected,” Millard says. “When I wrote Tishkin Silk, I realised it was all right to be me.” For All Creatures is published by Walker Books, $29.95.

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JAMES Halliday’s eyebrows turn up in the middle, and no doubt there are winemakers out there who are tempted to think him devilish at times. It’s his winery star-ratings that are eagerly awaited, a highly-sought-after tick of approval that can kick along a reputation very nicely. So it was with a sigh of relief and in some cases a prolonged “yeeeeees” that Bendigo’s winemakers, assailed by some pretty lousy weather in past seasons, received news that their approval rating remains high. Pondalowie Vineyards in Bendigo East was awarded their highest rating fivestar for a record seven consecutive years, and they also garnered five red stars for the third time. This is given to wineries that are not just good, but consistently so. Mandurang Valley, too, are toasting their success with four and a half stars, and a brilliant 94 out of 100 for their 2008 Old Vine. Wes Vine, who runs Mandurang with his family, says the region is really scoring well in Halliday’s Wine Companion, the top-selling guide in Australia. “We’ve been a strong brand for a while,” he says of Bendigo’s regional wines, “and while the increase in the number of wineries does make it harder in the marketplace, it also gives the region more weight. “The more good wines made here, the easier it is for us to promote it.” Wes started out making

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wine as a hobby, back in 1976, using two old vineyards as the bulk of his fruit. It’s those old vines that created their first Old Vine, a blend of cabernet, shiraz and merlot. The older the vines, the more intense the flavour, he explains, but they are also susceptible to rot, so it’s difficult to know if you’ll get a yield in any given year. This year, with the enormous amount of rain early, the yields were down to about 20 per cent, so Wes is not expecting another Old Vine in the short term. But he’s keeping his fingers crossed that it will be a kind spring and summer. “It was 2004 before the conditions were right for our first Old Vine, and then it was 2008 when we made the next one,” he says. “We certainly won’t be making it in 2011.” Wes explains that smaller winemakers tend to stick with red wines because they are more reliable.

“There aren’t so many making white wines in this region, because it requires a higher investment so smaller family owned businesses find it more difficult to get into,” he says. Mandurang Valley does a riesling and semillon and even sav blanc, although they can’t rely on regional fruit for that at the moment. “We’ve been running odds and even years for the last decade,” he says of the crop-damaging weather. “So I’m hopeful, if the serious frosts stay away, we’ll have a good season. The Cellar Door at Mandurang Valley Wines, in Fadersons Lane, is open for lunch 11am to 5pm on weekends, and they host four seasonal dinners each year; bookings 5439 5367. The next big event for our winemakers is Bendigo Wealth Heritage Uncorked, on the second weekend of October. Tickets on sale now at The Capital, 5434 6100.

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Hard life on the streets

Irishtown was a rough and ready place when night fell

IN most communities, there is always a small percentage of people, who display negative antisocial behaviour. Unfortunately these characters can, and do, damage to the reputation of the whole, this was also the case with Irishtown. A German, Franz Gass, who lived at the Baker’s Arms Hotel at Irishtown found the problems that he faced in life were too great to cope with. As a result, in 1859 he committed an act of self destruction, as suicide was often referred to in the 19th century. The ready availability of cheap and often illicit alcohol from the small shanties, had many unpleasant consequences to the brazenly antisocial element who frequented these places. Drunkenness made respectable citizens question what and where were the police on Saturday night and Sundays? This same question has a contemporary corollary. One Irishtown local recording: A mob of wretches who fill the refreshment houses from Saturday evening till Monday morning, make a point of standing on the footpath and assaulting every Chinaman that passes.

dent had written to the council on behalf of a group of ladies regarding what he termed the ‘brewers nuisance’, which amounted to the dirty state of the pavements in front of their premises. Brewer’s waste was to be found on the walkways, gutters and roadways, this material, produced a rather unpleasant stench. The council resolved to create a by law that all shopkeepers be compelled to sweep and clean the footpaths in front of their establishments. The council’s Inspector of Nuisances would be responsible for the enforcement of the new by law. A German puddler, Anton Engisch, who had his puddling machine not far from where Caledonia Street is now, was in trouble for allowing his sludge to damage the roadway. Engisch’s machine was not far from where Thunder Street is now drawn through. On the hill to the north of Engisch’s machine the Tyson’s Reef Mine was located. During 1860 there were 1592 puddling machines operating across the Bendigo goldfield with a significant number in Irishtown.

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JAMES LERK Two or three will put out their legs, and another two will give a push, and over they go into the gutter and a laugh is raised among a score of wretches at the fun. Here is another of the wretches over with him and no sooner said than done; head first he goes into the gutter; and then this does not even contend them, for as soon as John {the name nearly always given to a Chinese by Caucasians} can pick himself up and run away, he is saluted with a shower of stones and gravel. And more than this, they do not confine their attacks to Chinamen. I saw an unfortunate German

all, the fiend who first struck him waited his opportunity and deliberately kicked him with the full force of a heavy boot three times on the head, and if two or three people who appeared to be passing had not begged them to spare him, they certainly would have left him dead on the ground. Sometimes in the late 1850s and early 1860s those tipplers who were the worse for drink were brought before the bench, because their antics had caught the attention of a passing off duty officer. Arthur Arthur, was violently assaulted in November 1859 three men and a woman Jane Tinker were subsequently charged. Henry Orth, an Irishtown resi-

served up in the same way. I can assure you that it is unsafe as Mr Herbert Hart found to his cost on Sunday last. He, with more courage than prudence, though surrounded by them, began to talk very plain to them, and before he had spoken a dozen words, he received a tremendous blow to his face and he had not returned it a mo-

“I can assure you that it is unsafe as Mr Herbert Hart found to his cost.” ment before a dozen of the clannish cowardly wretches were showering blows on him. If he had received anything like fair play, he would have made short work of one or even two of them. He was beaten to the ground by the force of numbers; and to crown

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In a stew over lamb plan

My new additions add spice to the daily duties

SOME time ago I mentioned the arrival of Nancy Drew the mystery ewe. The old girl is thriving in the paddock and has lost her sludgy green colouring. The colour came about by rolling around in the truck, so it was best our recent downfalls had washed it away. All of a sudden my flock has grown. The long-suffering Mrs Kendall heard of orphan lambs in need. These orphans have been separated from mum for various reasons and need to be hand fed. Roll up mug punter Steve. Now, each morning at 6.30am Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m struggling into jeans and jumper clutching bottles of lamb formula and heading for the shed. Our two orphans, Piglet and Lamb Chop caught on to the feeding regime pretty quick and have doubled in weight in the first 10 days. Of course, everything now revolves around the orphans. Feeding times rule our day, come last feed I am so tired itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s straight to bed. We both work, so come 8am the lambs are bundled

Funny the emotions a lamb will bring out

into the back of the car and we all head to Bendigo. Before you ask, they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t work in the Weekly workplace, they fit in quite nicely with Mrs K. There, a whole new bunch of surrogate mothers take over, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a big fight who gets to feed the â&#x20AC;&#x153;babiesâ&#x20AC;?. Funny the emotions a lamb will bring out in women.

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Mind you, I heard tell that â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sharonâ&#x20AC;? (previously mentioned in my story about a hot spot in the MRI scanner) bought in some lamb shanks from Coles and showed them to Piglet and Lamb Chop. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not kind â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sha-

ronâ&#x20AC;?, or should I say Sue. How are the studs by the way? (Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll teach you to try to scare my lambs.) Of course, the fluffy orphans drew some attention, and last week we had people asking if there were any more lambs. As any farmer will tell you, orphan lambs can be more trouble than they are worth. Hence the availabil-

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As it happened there were a couple more around, and Mrs K bundled them into our temporary pen in the shed. We were looking after them for the night before delivery to their new foster mum in the morning. Next day, the trip to Bendigo was fraught. Two adult (humans) and four lambs.

Mrs K on her own generally provides quite a din, but with the added cacophony of lambs on the move, it was quite a ride. Added to this, one lamb had managed during loading to relieve itself in both ways known to lamb and beast. Scared, or just plain malicious? Whatever the reason the noise was mingled with a distinctly farm-like odour. From the lambs that is. It was a relief to be dropped off outside the Weekly. Fresh air and silence. So now weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re back to a manageable number, and weaning is due in the next couple of weeks. In a way Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be quite sad when they are out grazing the paddocks on their own, not needing the bottled lamb formula. I quite enjoyed my time as a livestock owner, up before dawn and seeing the stars and the new moon in all their glory. Somehow, I think I may just be having a few more orphans down the track. And I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll ever eat lamb roast again.

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BEN CAMERON Brooke Addamo aka Owl Eyes might be young, have big dreams and wield a prodigious talent, but sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also unsually patient. After a slightly stuttered beginning to her career, Addamo enjoyed her breakout year in 2010. Today, her enviable voice has been all over radio, either through vocal support for Aussie hip hopper Illy, on debut EP Faces, or new track â&#x20AC;&#x153;Raidersâ&#x20AC;?. Throw a support slot for The Wombats into the mix, and Addamoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s having quite the hoot. Central to her rise has not only been a self im-

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THERE I was, crammed into Bendigo Art Gallery last Saturday with about a zillion others, at the Grand Opening of the sure-tobe-biggest-thing-since-slicedbread White Wedding Dress Exhibition. And there we were, listening to speeches about the artistic, fashion and historical significance of the white wedding dress from a myriad of dignitaries, fashionistas and art folk. And there I was, watching everyone smiling in agreement about just how important that one white dress is to a girl, on that one day in her lifeâ&#x20AC;Ś Gulp. White wedding dresses traumatise me. The thought of fluffy white tulle fills me with dread. Earlier this year I got married â&#x20AC;&#x201C; but managed to avoid â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;all thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x201C; choosing an off-the-rack black and red number, that more mirrored one of the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;bordello ladiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in From Here to Eternity, than anything remotely on display in those glass cases. While loving every minute of our nuptials and wedding festival â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and it was! â&#x20AC;&#x201C; I oh-so resented the amount of pressure that bubbled up from the bowels of the earth every time the words â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;wedding dressâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; were

posed hiatus, but the help of producer and mentor, Jan Skubiszewki, â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have a great musical connection and I love working with him, I feel safe,â&#x20AC;? she says. His connections led to her guesting on Illyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s big hit of last year, â&#x20AC;&#x153;It Can Waitâ&#x20AC;?. Waiting is something the 20-year-old knows something about. Born in Perth but moved to Melbourne at age seven, she first appeared on Australian Idol back in 2007â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a remnant of what she calls her â&#x20AC;&#x153;dorky teenage phaseâ&#x20AC;?. It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a memorable experience for Addamo. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was quite strange and surreal,â&#x20AC;? she says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was really young, I wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t say I was naive but when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re young you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know a lot about yourself or the industry. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I got pushed around by a lot of people, in a lot of different directions, I got really confused.â&#x20AC;? Many teenagers would have been lured by the promise of fame, but Addamo took a different route.

uttered within earshot. For an ex-tomboy who never thought sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d get married, it was a bit much. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get me wrong. I love a wedding, but being a bride â&#x20AC;&#x201C; whoa Nelly! Amid my panic and rising sense of disconnection, I wandered around this exquisitelymounted exhibit (and it is â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it goes on for miles too), staring somewhat blankly at the couture, and reading (with interest) the info plaques that went with it. Thenâ&#x20AC;Ś There she was. My get-out-of-jail-free card: the RED WEDDING DRESS. Finally Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d stumbled upon a like-minded soul whose wedding dress also represented passion, colour, a free spirit and a wee bit of subversion. Plus she could wear the thing again after it was â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;all over red roverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;! And what a rebel this lady was. I stared with relief at a â&#x20AC;&#x153;rubycoloured silk-gauze mid-calf dressâ&#x20AC;? worn by one Monica Maurice who married in South Yorkshire, England in 1938. According to the catalogue notes, Ms Maurice was â&#x20AC;&#x153;an independent, unconventional womanâ&#x20AC;? with a â&#x20AC;&#x153;passion for racing cars

She took two years off. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I really wanted to find myself, musically,â&#x20AC;? she says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I wanted to find what came natural to me, not what people were telling me what I should be doing. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evolved into what Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m doing now. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I worked out what I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to be.â&#x20AC;? It was a mature decision Addamo made on her own. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I went in there singing jazz covers and they wanted me to do pop music,â&#x20AC;? she says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to be stock standard, I wanted to be a true artist. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was a wise decision of me to take those years off to discover who I was.â&#x20AC;? Thankfully she did, and the first taste off Faces, the gorgeousâ&#x20AC;&#x153;1+1â&#x20AC;?, validated that decision. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think my music is predominantly pop but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s got substance behind it,â&#x20AC;? Addamo says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The moniker (Owl Eyes) allows me to be a bit more creative.â&#x20AC;? Although now a favourite, â&#x20AC;&#x153;1+1â&#x20AC;? wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t a personal

and flyingâ&#x20AC;?, and â&#x20AC;&#x153;until 1978â&#x20AC;? was the only â&#x20AC;&#x153;woman member of the Association of Mining Electrical Engineersâ&#x20AC;?. My kinda lady! It turned out I wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t the only person in the room panicking - the conversations I heard around this exhibition were priceless. Everyone has a wedding story â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in the end the the genius of the show is its universality. The best I heard was from a woman who was becoming traumatised by Bendigoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s op shops. So far sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d seen the exact same dress sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d worn to her own ceremony, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;remainderedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in not one but three. She didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know whether to feel flattered or battered. The real triumph though is how our community is embracing the exhibition. The Meadow Boutique opposite the Bendigo Art Gallery is displaying a stellar white dress covered in cheeky texta grafitti. But Bobâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boutique takes the (wedding) cake so far. Looming large over the northern end of Williamson Street, owner Sonia Brit has mounted a giant plush bunny head atop the hand-stitched quilted dress she wore to her

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THE campaign in support of the proposal for a National Disability Insurance Scheme is gaining momentum, with a special morning tea at the Bendigo Town Hall this week. The DisabiliTEA event organised by local self-advocacy group Having A Say, was one of many held around the country on Tuesday. City of Greater Bendigo mayor Rod Fyffe, Member for Bendigo Steve Gibbons, Member for Bendigo West Maree Edwards and Senator Bridget McKenzie attended the Bendigo event. The Productivity Commission’s recently released report into disability care and support condemned the current disability support system as

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“inequitable, underfunded, fragmented and inefficient” and recommended introducing an NDIS to ensure people got the vital support, equipment, therapy and care they needed to get on with their lives. Every Australian Counts campaign director and former New South Wales government Minister John Della Bosca said the events were significant. “For the first time in living memory everyone – people living with disabilities, carers, families service providers and advocates – have come together,” he said. “We have one goal. That is to make sure the Federal Government implements the Productivity Commission report and brings about an NDIS.”

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IT was 1593.8 kilometres, give or take a metre, but the self-named Mad Bastards decided it was fine to round it up. And so, Mick Ellis and John Esnouf walked 1600 kms in 50 days, from the infamous Dig Tree in Queensland to Port Melbourne, all in the name of â&#x20AC;&#x153;unfinished businessâ&#x20AC;?. The Mad Bastards are a group of Bendigo friends who walk together, not just your round the Kennington Reservoir-type walk, but long tramps that usually take a week. Their first such escapade was from Robe to Bendigo 10 years ago, a kind of re-enactment of the treks made by Chinese in the 1850s to South Australian ports then overland to the goldfields, in order to escape the racist tax on Chinese arrivals. Up to 22 people can set off on these walks, although itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s more often a dozen or so and sometimes itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a mere couple of hundred kilometres, like the Melbourne-to-Bendigo stroll, covering about 30 kms a day. John and Mick, however, are now officially the maddest bastards of the group. The idea first came to John about three or four years ago. He would get enthused, then cool off, thinking it was all a little too mad. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d put it on the backburner,â&#x20AC;? he says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;then last November, I decided to get serious about it.â&#x20AC;? This year is the 150th anniversary of the ill-fated attempt by Robert Burke and William Wills to cross Australia from south to north. Setting off from Menindee near Broken Hill in August 1860, it was April 21, 1861,

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MAD BASTARDS TIME PASSING: Mick Ellis and John Esnouf.

RIGHT DIRECTION: The walkers reach a fork in the road.

when they arrived back at a desig- sight of these two blokes trudging the consciousness of one foot in nated meeting point near Coopers along back roads in the middle of front of the other, and time passing. Creek, where supplies had been left nowhere, all feature on the blog. â&#x20AC;&#x153;One of the ladies asked what under a tree, on which was carved It details how Mick had a mi- we did all day, what do you have to the word â&#x20AC;&#x153;digâ&#x20AC;?. nor injury (a â&#x20AC;&#x153;nasty ankleâ&#x20AC;?), which talk about?,â&#x20AC;? John says. John says he has always been meant he had to put his feet up for â&#x20AC;&#x153;Well, in the first 20 days, we got fascinated by this tragic story. a few days while John soldiered on, through all the character assassinaâ&#x20AC;&#x153;Everything that could go and also enforced rest stops, when tions, then we had nothing. wrong, did,â&#x20AC;? he says. they came up against flooded areas â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gradually, we found other â&#x20AC;&#x153;I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to re-enact it, that, despite their determined ef- things, like, Mick said one day, how thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the whole thing. I wanted to forts, they had to let subside before many chains in a mile? That took us finish it off for them. It was only out they continued on. about 10 kms to work out. 1500 kilometres or so to get back to The winds were cold, and some â&#x20AC;&#x153;What I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t expect is how Melbourne. What if they had made mornings the tent flaps were frozen long it would take me to unwind. the decision to head back to Menin- solid, but John says nothing major Without newspapers, without comdee instead of attempting to travel got in the way. puters, and even telephones for a along the Coopers and Strezlecki He had done a reconaissance lot of the way, we were totally out Creeks to return via Adelaide in- trip in his car last November, ask- of it and that took a bit of getting stead?â&#x20AC;? ing property owners for permission used to.â&#x20AC;? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not just The one the history that thing that was For much of the time, it was just two men, fascinates John omnipresent, but the idea however, was on the road, a flat horizon that these men the duoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sense set off, making of time passing. rash decisions, travelling in outback to traverse their land (the woman â&#x20AC;&#x153;You are very aware of time, that, still today, is tough and dan- whose gate told passers-by to â&#x20AC;&#x153;bug- when you have to judge the disgerous. ger offâ&#x20AC;? turned out quite charm- tance, keep the pace, working out â&#x20AC;&#x153;You go along a track in the ing). And his maps were nothing when to stop for a rest,â&#x20AC;? he says. middle of nowhere and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s easy to more than ordinary road maps â&#x20AC;&#x201C; â&#x20AC;&#x153;And it goes so quick!â&#x20AC;? imagine having to do it without John is an engineer with VicRoads Now the Dig Tree unfinished support, and when it is so hot. so he has had plenty of practice business trek is done, John says heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were there in good times, with those. not in a rush, but he does have anwhen there had been good rains, so â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are little things Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d do other similar walk in mind. while it was very cold, we also had differently,â&#x20AC;? he says, â&#x20AC;&#x153;but essentialâ&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s such a concentrated thing, brilliant days. ly, our rough plan worked well. to walk for such a long way,â&#x20AC;? he â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some of the sections of our â&#x20AC;&#x153;I certainly wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do it in says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do much these days walk were so desolate, you wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t summer, and we did have those that lasts over time, we tend to be believe it, but the wildlife at the cold southerly winds, and the days very fickle, dropping in and out of moment is just amazing.â&#x20AC;? were short so that limited our walk- the things we do. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a day-by-day blog de- ing, but that was probably a good â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll probably do more extailing this epic walk, put together thing too as it kept us rested. plorers, theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re creeping into our by one of Mick and Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s helpers. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I know itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a bit loopy.â&#x20AC;? mad bastard walks. Snakes and spiders, a mammoth For much of the time, it was just â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re interesting people, and trail of caterpillars, and various lo- two men, on the road, a flat hori- besides it gives us an excuse to head cals and passers-by intrigued by the zon, not much to look at and just off walking.â&#x20AC;?

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Son of Donna Dole

4092 grams

and James Brohan

and Alistair Shield of

Daughter of Sheree

of Bendigo.

Golden Square.

McGuane and Craig

July 24, 2011

Young of Golden Square.

SEB MCGILCHRIST

BLAIZE LESLIE MCMILLAN

was born at

was born at

Bendigo Health

Bendigo Health

July 21, 2011 3515 grams Son of Larissa and Brad

was born at Bendigo Health July 24, 2011 4280 grams Son of Jo O’Brien and

Sister for Talula.

Tim Hill of Ascot.

DEISEL WILLIAM TODD

JARROD EVAN MANYPENEY

July 27, 2011

was born at

was born at

3000 grams

Bendigo Health

Bendigo Health

Son of Kayla McMillan

July 27, 2011

July 28, 2011

and Harley Braddock

4020 grams

3500 grams

and Trent McGilchrist

of Maiden Gully.

Son of Sarah Tomic and

Son of Rachel and

of Golden Square.

Brother for Trae.

Stuart Todd of California

Jeff Manypeney of

July 26, 2011 2740 grams Son of Rebecca Dipetta

50A L L

% OFF

B EN D I G O

K IDZ B I Z

WINTER STOCK

Shop 47 Strath Village Ph 5442 1366

WHILE STOCKS LAST

Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm · Sat 9.30am-1.00pm

0508

CLEARANCE UP TO SIZE 16

FINTAELR

WINTHING

CLO RANCE CLEAFINAL WEEK

Kangaroo Flat.

Tia and Triston.

Brother for Benjamin.

AMELIE ROSE CAIL

GRACE ELLEN WILD

was born at

was born at

Bendigo Health

St John of God

July 28, 2011 2940 grams

July 28, 2011 2806 grams Daughter of Jessica

Daughter of Sarah and

and Chris Wild

Heath Cail of Strathdale.

of California Gully.

Bendigo Child Restraint Fitting Centre

CHILDREN’S CLOTHING BUY 1 GARMENT

Gully. Brother for Amy,

BUY 2 GA

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50% OFF 60% OFF *

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• Car seat fittings • Capsule Hire • Booster Seats • Convertibles • Sales and Repairs

*

Bendigo Child Restraints has 15 years experience and is dedicated to understanding child car restraints with an emphasis on the importance of ensuring our children are safe whilst travelling in cars. Costa will deliver a service that ensures the highest quality installation. Our service includes ensuring that you understand how to use your child restraint correctly.

RE

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BABY WEAR *OFF RRP

8 Caradon Way, Eaglehawk Ph: 0419 371 586


Friday, August 5, 2011 — Bendigo Weekly

DEATHS LINFORD--Ralph Passed away peacefully on 2-08-2001 aged 83 loved husband of joan (dec.). Loved father & father in law of Douglas (dec.), Tony & Patty, Lyn & Alan, Michael & Kerin, Chris, Mark & Fay. Grandfather of 15, Great Grandfather of 14. Sweet is the sleep that ends all pain.

FUNERALS LINFORD The Funeral prayers for the late Mr Ralph Linford, of Elmore, will be held at our Lady Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Jeffery St, Elmore, on Saturday 6th August at 11am. Followed by interment at Elmore Lawn Cemetery.

MARRIAGE CELEBRANTS

MUSIC TEACHING

MICHELLE THOMPSON

DRUMMING LESSONS

Helping you make your day special.

Ph 0407 499 953.

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

FIRST AID TRAINING Wednesday 10th August. 4pm - 10pm Apply First Aid (5 - 6 hrs) $145 CPR (2 - 3 hrs) $75.00 Public sessions available or we can come to your venue. For further course information please see web. Bendigo & District – Locally owned Phone: 0407 822 490 or 5439 3699 www.heart2heartfirstaid.com.au

BENDIGO

THERAPIES

MASSAGE

TIME FOR YOURSELF!

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

If... you are stressed out...you have stiff and sore

PIANO TEACHER

A qualified, experienced and caring masseur

muscles ....old injuries are troubling you

Ring Wendy 5447 1943 with 18 years experience.

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

9am - 7.30pm ~ Weekend appointments available

An Affordable Rate of $40 per hour

FRIENDSHIP

PERSONALS

SINGLES

CHEEKY CHAT

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

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

PERSONALS

Looking for long-time relationship or wifey.

PUBLIC NOTICES

It’s all about balance

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www.bendigoweekly.com.au

Name: Mr. Shawn Wayne Sex: Male Age: 46 Marital Status: Widowed

Local Classifieds $2.70 per line

(5 LINE MINIMUM)

PUBLIC NOTICES 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.

BLOCKED DRAINS CLEARED FAST Ph 1300 PIPE DR 1300 747 337 CERAMIC Handbuilding, Wed or Thu nights, starting 10/11 aug, 10 weeks, $350. Flora Hill. Ph Maria 0428 991 294.

5442 1646

LOSE CM

Minimum loss of 15cm from your contours within 2 hours. Ring Rhondda‘s mobile service

Ph: 5446 8577

MCG 2/9/11 football bus. Ph 0400 118 953

weight loss and gastric band hypnosis. Castlemaine every Friday. Ph 5342 4617 or 0400 573 369.

DANCELAND

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

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 Tarot Readings. Ph 0424 577 609.

COMMUNITY WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE

HYPNOSIS

8 wk supported program Biggest Loser Takes All! EpiGenetics 0419 878 836

Y Service Club of Bendigo Inc Donations of books, magazines and records are sought to assist our

EASTER BOOK SALE PROJECT Donations may be left in the Big Bin at YMCA Stadium (Mundy St) or

LEARN TO FLY 3

4

AFFORDABLE and FUN Learn in our modern, high performance PW-6 dual seat training glider Glider pilot accreditations can count towards powered aircraft flying qualifications

BENDIGO GLIDING CLUB

5436 1518 www.bendigogliding.org.au

Treadmill HIRE

promotions@bendigogliding.org.au

Are yyou 50,, 60,, 70 or older?

Want to try Zumba?

0438 833 866

Open by appointment

C O L L I N G W O O D QUIT CIGARETTES 60 minutes with a life vs GEELONG In time guarantee. Also

phone 5442 2060, 5443 9080 for collection

5433 5323 or 0431 056 950

PUBLIC NOTICES

See Jo for your deep tissue or relaxation massage to aid injury recovery, relieve muscle tension and release stress

PUBLIC NOTICES

Gain confidence, quit smoking, lose weight. Phone now, Trevor Harris. dip.clin.hyp. 5435 3585

PUBLIC NOTICES

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

PUBLIC NOTICES

Zumba b G Gold ld d iis d designed i d specifically ifi fi lll for f you. Slower Sl and d lower l impact with music you will love. Come and try a class with Saari - a fully qualified Zumba Gold instructor.

45 MINUTE CLASSES ONLY $8 Keep K Ke ep pa act active ctiv tiive ivve an and d age gracefully

PUBLIC MEETING

gold Phone 0401 978 for more details

607

August 8, 2011 All interested members of the public are urged to attend.

Privatisation of Bendigo Health Services and Poverty in the Bendigo Region The meeting will begin at 3pm and will be conducted at the Bendigo Trades Hall: 40 View Street, Bendigo

Introducing:

Ged Kearney President of the ACTU Speakers: 1. Ged Kearney- Effects of precarious employment 2. Marco Bolano- General Secretary HSU East 3. Rosemary Kelly- Secretary Medical Scientists Association 4. David Pugh- CEO St Luke’s 5. Margret Auerinos- CEO EASE 6. Niall Hensey- Haven 7. Judy Kneale- Centre for Non-Violence

Enquiries: 5443 5173

Linking people, places and events Bendigo Newcomers hosts regular social activities as a way to meet new people & discover what the Bendigo Region has on offer. For further information & event details contact

public notice traffic interruptions

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

Bendigo Creek Sewer Duplication Project Traffic interruptions for the week ending Friday 12 August 2011 are: > MacKenzie Street West - reduced to one lane at times between John Street and Neil Street. > Carpenter Street - road closed between Lockwood Road and View Street. Access for residents. > Symes Street - road closed between Longmore Street and Elvey Drive. Access for residents. > Elvey Drive - road closed. Access for residents. The Bendigo Creek Bike Path between Maple Street and Oak Street is open. Please note: interruptions are subject to change, refer to our website and click on link to Major Projects for full details.

1300 363 200

www.coliban.com.au

Eaglehawk Community House presents this FREE Art & Craft 10 week course for the over 50’s EXPERIMENTING WITH CLAY Monday’s 7pm to 9pm Come and enjoy learning the basic techniques of pottery in a friendly environment with no pressure to produce a masterpiece, but every chance that you will For more information please contact: Eaglehawk Community House at 12 Truscott Ave, Eaglehawk Ph 5446 8322 Email eaglehawkcommunityhouse@impulse.net.au Brought to you by Health and Wellbeing for Older People Program, an initiative of the Victorian State Government, funded through the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund


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PUBLIC NOTICES

TRAVEL

EMPLOYMENT

BENDIGO - 87.6 MHZ EAGLEHAWK 87.8 MHZ

God made marriage is also a picture of Christ and his Heaven Destined Church (EPH.5:23-33) so in contrast counterfeit marriage and the false Church ends instead in Hell. "Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light"

47 Sternberg St, Bendigo

(2 Cor. 11 : 14)

Mastectomy Fittings Sue of Beautifully Yours visits Bendigo each month at Loddon Mallee Womens Health Centre. For a one on one private and confidential appointment please phone Sue on 0438 617 388.

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

5446 1444 Presented by Bendigo Chorale Directed by Elena Varshavskaya

A Concert of Music from around the world

EMPLOYMENT

CHEF/COOK & DRIVER INTERSTATE WAITING STAFF with the expansion of a family company we are REQUIRED looking to employ 1

ARK - FM

Specialising in

Bendigo Weekly — Friday, August 5, 2011

For new cafe Castlemaine area. Neat presentation and a love of all things cafe a must. An opportunity to become part of a new fresh team. Please send resume to P.O. Box 26 Epsom, Vic, 3551. 0404 943 069

2011 COACH TOURS 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

LIVE-LIFE Work Less! Work from Home

(5 LINE MINIMUM)

5442 1646

www.TodaysBoomBiz.com

EMPLOYMENT

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@

19 Wheeler St, Shepparton. 3630

vatmi.com.au – or call on 5441 6795 to make an appointment or find out more.

Ph 5821 3777

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

per line

$2.70

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

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

LocalClassifieds

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

All previous applicants please re-apply.

EMPLOYMENT

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

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Contact 5443 0174 or email bendigochorale@hotmail.com

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Fashion Retail Sales If you share a passion for fashion and in particular ladies footwear and enjoy working in a modern environment then we would love to hear from you. Previous footwear experience is not necessary as we will provide on going training and support. This is a full time position where a 38 hour week applies with rostered Saturdays.

QUALIFIED PLUMBERS 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

SCRAPBOOKING

Please apply in person to the Store Manager with a hand written application and brief resume to: Evans Shoes 29 Williamson Street, Bendigo Applications Close Monday, August 15, 2011

Massive Sale

25% off all stock

Scrapbookingncraft, Centro Lansell Kangaroo Flat

0402 901 137

To advertise in this section please call

5442 1646

HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION OCEAN GROVE House available. Weekends, Weekdays, School Holidays. Ph 5255 1747

Bendigo Weekly Local Classifieds DISPLAY ADS

3 Nights for only $200 For 2 adults in one of our deluxe Ensuite Cabins Includes Continental breakfast each day 2 x Meal vouchers Yarra Golf Club or Club Mulwala 5 & 7 night packages also available Just have a look at our website to see what’s on offer Cnr Corowa & Tocumwal Rd Mulwala www.suncountry.com.au

03 5743 1074

$6.90 per cm/col Price includes spot colour, scanning of images etc.

classifieds @bendigoweekly .com.au

Great opportunity for kids to earn some extra pocket money for the holidays. folding advertising material for hours beforehand – just

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.

pick up and go! We offer a top payment rate and will keep

TECHNICIAN

you up-to-date via our regular

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.

newsletter with full support of

SALES POSITION (2) CORPORATE SALES POSITION

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.

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.

5442 1646

Earn extra cash, keep fit and have some fun as a member of our Weekly Walkers Club.

You won’t have to stand around

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

WANTED WEEKLY WALKERS

Rodney Pearl Corporate Manager P.O. Box 315 Echuca, Victoria, 3564. “Your Total Business Solutions since 1976”

our distribution team.

Areas Available Now! Eaglehawk, Flora Hill, California Gully, North Bendigo, Golden Square, Kangaroo Flat, and Spring Gully

Register your interest now – for an application form

Phone 5440 2507


Friday, August 5, 2011 — Bendigo Weekly

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

Ph 5447 3017

E: ot@aapt.net.au

The fastest growing venue in Bendigo requires more staff

Gaming Supervisor • TAB Manager • Bistro Manager •

All details available on

www.seek.com.au

Services Offered ARNOLD'S

Digger & Trenching Service •Post Holes •Trenching •Ripping •Rotary Hoeing •Levelling •4 in 1 Bucket Phone: 0419 471 541 ARTIFICIAL turf, buy direct from distributor, 5 types to choose from, $39-$31 per sqm, cut to size. Ph 0438 430 213

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.

BLOCKED DRAINS CLEARED FAST Ph 1300 PIPE DR 1300 747 337

HERITAGE

ASBESTOS REMOVALIST

Ph 0408 006 322.

Bendigo at home hairdressing Affordable 7 Days.

WE COME TO YOU

5441 8336

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

ANTENNAS

TRAINING & EDUCATION

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

BUILDER expertise, decks, pergolas, reno's, alum. flywire screen repairs. Phone John 5410 1217 or 0411 664 886

D O M E S T I C CLEANING

BUILDER

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

Ph 0407 510 704.

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

CARPENTER

(17 years experience) Affordable Rates Ph 5439 7116

CAR REMOVALS. Ph 0457 969 464

DRAINS UNBLOCKED Cheap Rates Same Day Service Phone 0400 813 610

APPLIANCE REPAIRS

Wayne’s Appliance Repairs

BIN CLEANING

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

0425 315 076

Backhoe Trenching Post Hole Borer 200 - 600mm diameter

Site Clearing Driveways Excavation Laser Levelling Rubbish Removal

Call Ron 0438 569 385 COM PET RATE ITIVE S

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

Using our 5 ton excavator 4.5 ton skid steer & ten metre tipper After Hours Ph. 5448 8814

Call Clint 0427 349 549

• 1.5 ton Kubota mini excavator on trailer with 3 buckets (quickhitch) b Ideal for plum plumbers/electricians, or general use.

• 3.5 ton M Mitsubishi Cantor tipper truck

ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY

Also providing personal lawnmowing service

BLINDS & CURTAINS

Give Col a call

5448 3611 or 0419 606 970

BLINDS & CURTAIN CLEANING

RCT: T262221

• Home & Office • Same Day Service • Leather & Upholstery

TV Tuning from $40

LACEY JOINERY Custom made • Kitchen • Bathroom • Laundry • Wardrobes • Total project management

• FREE QUOTES Call David & Margo 0414 376 673 or 5441 7519 mr-clean@bigpond.com / www.mrclean.net.au

BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING

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

0400 882 369

DIY EXCAVATIONS

DINGO HIRE

• Windows • Doors • Furniture • Routered Signs

• 4 IN 1 BUCKET

• LEVELLING/ RIPPING

• POST HOLE AUGERS • 150ML TRENCHING

Ph: 0400 936 738

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

RENOVATED?

LITTLE RIPPER

FREE QUOTES - PROMPT SERVICE

Trenching, Rotary Hoeing, Post Holes, Levelling 4 in one bucket,Tipper Hire.

Jason 0448 324 126 Nick 0428 431 184

Excavator Bobcat Dingo Tipper

Post Holes Trenches Site Cleans Pools Driveways Site Cuts

Digger Service

Ph: Glenn or Donna

5446 7163 or 0418 510 074

jasherlock@hotmail.com

DG HENSON L A N D S C A P I N G

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

Call Darren Henson: 0438 521 665

Now operating in Central Vic

NEED YOUR BATHROOM Licensed & Qualified Tradesman

Sherlock Soil Works

James Sherlock Ph: 0407 472 775

Timber

HOMES EACH WEEK

Bobcat & Tipper Hire

COL’S CO C OL S EQUIPMENT HIRE Pty. Ltd.

BATHROOMS & KITCHENS

OVER 36,750

Nathan 0423 774 012 Glen 0458 276 767 dglightburn@bigpond.com

cjchandler65@bigpond.com

Phone Ron on 5447 7823 or 0431 609 423

CIRCULATING TO

GENERAL EARTHWORKS HWORKS K • SITE CUTS • POST HOLES

PH 0418 133 802

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

BendigoWeekly

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

• Washing Machines • Clothes Dryers • Dishwashers • Electric Ovens

($72,707–$85,568 + super + bonuses)

Melbourne based with country Victoria locations negotiable. Application details: www.cesaraustralia.com Phone: 03 9349 4723 Applications close: 5pm, 22 August 2011

BODY UNIQUE MASSAGE Call Beth for all you aches, pains & stress or tension. Phone 5442 8480 Non sexual service

On all makes & models

Manager Sustainable Agriculture

cesar’s Sustainable Agriculture division work with growers, advisers, government departments and business clients to develop, promote and deliver economically and environmentally sustainable pest control strategies for broadacre crops and pastures in Australia. As a result of on-going expansion, we currently have an exciting opportunity for a Manager who is passionate about agriculture and sustainability, and is: • an outstanding communicator with exceptional relationship management skills • a true leader who can also work independently • self-motivated, highly driven and focused • entrepreneurial with an ability to ‘sell’ our services If you are ready to lead a small team of committed consultants and drive a number of truly innovative projects, this could be the position for you.

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TRUCK MOUNTED TELESCOPIC EXCAVATOR 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.

24 Hour Emergency Service Phone Brock at Snowdon Contracting

0419 115 360


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Bendigo Weekly — Friday, August 5, 2011

Taxation 2011

More than just a tick box service S

TEAMWORK: Gavin James, John Stewart, Anna Muytjens, Laura Mather and Sue Purcell.

TEWARTS ACCOUNTANTS is one of 72 accountancy practices across Australasia that has been awarded the Proactive Accountants Network logo. The move will see small business clients being offered more than just the usual, compliance tick-box services by their accountants. “Local businesses savvy enough to employ us will be better prepared and less stressed because we’re proactive,” Stewarts director Garry Murdoch said. “Proactive Accountants Network provides us with the support and intellectual property in terms of process to ensure quality of delivery and innovation of services. This translates to money saved for clients and a more positive result for all.” Proactive Accountants Network CEO Rob Nixon said he designed the network to ensure member accountants were offering the best possible service and a genuine, cost effective alternative.

Stewarts Accountants’ dynamic team provides a full

What’s New in 2011:

of tailored accounting and business services. We SMARTER WAY range carefully match our expertise with our clients’ needs continually strive to provide superior, personalised TO TAKE OFF and service to achieve best practice outcomes.

ACCOUNTING SOLUTIONS

• Taxation & Accounting Services for Individuals, Partnerships, Trusts & Companies • Streamlined BAS preparation process • Effective Business Structures • Business Reviews & Valuations • Self Managed Superannuation Funds • Auditing Services 3 Kennedy Street Bendigo

5441 4966

141 View Street, Bendigo, Victoria 3550 t: 03 5442 2966 w: stewartscpa.com.au

www.evolveaccounting.com.au

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

85 Wills Street, Bendigo

P5444 0455

There have been changes to tax legislation which may affect you, such as tax deductions for natural disaster donations, tax exemptions as a result of recent natural disasters and changes that affect Newstart, Youth allowance, Austudy or ABSTUDY recipients.

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

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.

83 Wills St, Bendigo Wedderburn and St Arnaud (By Apt.)

1/227 Barnard Street, Bendigo

5441 7154

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For an appointment phone 5447 7500 5 Camp Street, Kangaroo Flat ADVERTISING FEATURE

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Are you paying too much tax?

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VMG Accounting

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*Conditions Apply

• Tax Returns, Advice and Planning • Accounting Services • Business Advice and Planning • Financial Advising • Superannuation and Investments • Self Managed Super Funds

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

• Income Tax Returns • Personal or Business • Appointments to suit you

BJOERN’S ACCOUNTING SERVICES

Individual Tax Returns

Public Accountants CPA

Bendigo: 5448 3980 Castlemaine: 5470 6565

PH 5441 4344

471 Hargreaves Street, Bendigo

134 Queen Street, Bendigo

GOERS & MAUNDER

$88

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from

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• TAX RETURNS Personal & Business

“Many firms are typically reactive ‘history writers’ acting as the government’s hand maiden. These guys provide their clients with the bare minimum,” Rob said. “Most firms do not visit or proactively call their clients, they do not make an effort to build lasting relationships with their clients, they do not offer a fixed price up front and they want to charge for every six minutes of time,” Garry said. Branches of some mid-tier firms along with sole practitioners, and multi-partner firms have all joined forces, giving the Proactive Accountants Network an initial combined annual turnover of more than $128 million. Stewarts Accountants centrally located at 141 View Street, phone 5442 2966 or alternatively view their website at www.stewartscpa.com.au or www.proactiveaccountants.net for more information.

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Services Offered BUILDERS

TRUECOBLUE NSTRUCTIONS

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

NO JOB TOO SMALL

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

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. CONCRETING & HOME MAINTENANCE SERVICE Free quotes. Quality assured. 0412 905 517.

Home maintenance, Decks, Pergolas, Fences and Small Renovations

10% Disc for Aug David Rance Cleaning 5441 3229 0422 869 255

CONCRETER Driveways, paths, shed floors, spray on patterns, free quotes, no job too small. Ph 0408 204 114

CONCRETER

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

ELECTRICIANS

CARPENTER S & J Hickman Builders

WINDOW CLEANING

GREG SMITH ELECTRICIAN

Call: 0409 381 474

Tired of Waiting for a Tradesman

CARPENTRY

0418 507 709RECA/H 5448 3333 7821

BLOCKED DRAINS from $99 Sewer camera. 0427 507 685

MR DRAINS DUAL CARPET CLEANING Dry clean or steam clean $50 first room. $10 per room after that. You'll find us in the Bendigo Phonebook. Phone 0439 374 389

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

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

FURNITURE REMOVALIST

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

GARDENING

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

GARDENING

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

HANDYMAN

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

POST HOLES

BOB MILLER Mobile 0418 510 217.

GREEN WASTE

RELIABLE QUALITY SERVICE

Free Quotes Fair Rates

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

J & SD CONSTRUCTIONS ALL ASPECTS OF CARPENTRY

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

0411 331 662 CONCRETING

Cave’s Concreting 0409 173 754 Peter

Driveways, Footpaths, Patios, Sheds Colours, Paving, Retaining Walls Liability Insured - Council Approved DELIVERY DAYS DELIVERY 67 DAYS

PH 5446 3111

MINI CRETES

FOR ALL YOUR SMALL CONCRETE NEEDS

DOG GROOMING

The Dog Kennel Hot/Cold Shampoo Conditioningg

MOBILE

5439 7579

0427 332 685

FURNITURE REMOVALISTS

W Wash

Hot/Cold blow dry H Flea rinse Comb/Brush

1300-Dirty-Dog

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

Or call 54 488 171 for more details

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

Ph 0411 356 116 or 5446 7433

covering Victoria • No Obligation Quotes

Licensed Gasfitter. Lic No: 50975

PLASTER

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

SPLIT SYSTEMS

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

Hire A Tradie

• 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

No job too small

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

• Garden Maintenance & Lawn Mowing • Painting • Repairs • Renovations • Carpentry • Fencing • Doors and Windows • Tiling • Locks and Screens • Plastering • and much more Call 0412

646 834 or 5443 6842 (after 5pm)

Ian Clements

Handyman

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

Prompt reliable service from a local family business PHONE Neil:

0435 956 695

’s Tom Building & Maintenance • verandas • plastering • pergolas • tiling • fences • decks • renovations • carports

Tom Hayes 0427 619 898

Ph 0428 635 375

LYLE’S MAINTENANCE

HEATER SERVICING

Jason Charles 0448 324 126

CALIFORNIA GULLY

GAS SERVICING

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

5446 1422

GARDEN AND HOME MAINTENANCE

stevenlacey5@bigpond.com

• Alternative Coating Specialist

PJ TAYLOR

GROW & FIX IT

Phone: 5435 3148 or 0407 349 372

• Supply & Installation

• Holes Patched • Extensions • Renovations • Free Quotes

HOME MAINTENANCE

No job too big or small Free Boxes (conditions apply)

FLOOR SANDING

35 Years Experience

0413 427 367

• Local/Interstate • QLD/NSW Regularly • Pre-Pack • House Cleaning • Storage

• Timber, Cork & Parquetry

PLASTERER

HANDYMAN SERVICES

Moving Central Victoria

• Trade Qualified - Fully Insured

Ph 1300 PIPE DR 1300 747 337

PAINTING SERVICES

REMOVALS

FLOOR SERVICES

PIPE DR

Stop roots blocking your sewer use VAPOROOTER

Ph Lee

• Handymen & Odd Jobs • Carpenters • • Glazier • Fencing • Plastering • Painters • • Bathroom renovations • Plumbers • Decking • • Electricians • Concreting • Pruning • • Sheds & Pergolas • Lawns & Gardens • • NO JOB TOO BIG or TOO SMALL •

Central Victoria 13 11 98 7 Miller Street, Bendigo

Lic. No 100194

FENCING / GATES

RURAL FENCING Gippsvalley Contractors

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

LAWN Mowing of large and small lawns. Ride on mower and edger available. Fully insured. Ph Lyle 0438 271 896

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

HANDYMAN SERVICES

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LAWN mowing, all types of garden maintenance. $20 p/hr. Ph Wayne 0457 121 109 or 0410 543 901.

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

REC 9017

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.

PANEL BEATING

FREE QUOTES

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

LAWN MOWING, whipper

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

Aaron Beazley – Carpentery • Decks • Pergolas • Renovations • Home & Property Maintenance • Framing • Tiling • Landscaping • Plaster Patching & Painting

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

For all things Plumbing and Gas

FREE QUOTES

• Safety check your heater by qualified gas fitters. • All other general plumbing maintenance repairs.

Quality Assured

Ph: 5439 3660 or 0400 161 555

Call Mark on 0422 973 492

bendigoplumbing.gas@bigpond.com

HOME AND BUSINESS Carpentry and Painting, Large and Small Lawn Care, Gardening and Fences, Garden Shed and Garden Irrigation Installation, Pressure Cleaning of Paths and Driveways, Pre-Sale and Rental Cleanups, Rubbish Removal, FREE QUOTES

0438 271 896 Building & Property Maintenance R P

Our Services also include: • Carpentry & Concreting • Decking • Garages / Carports • Welding & Glazing • Bobcat Hire • Electrical • Painting & Renovations • Plumbing • Alfresco Dining Areas • Insurance Work • Plastering • Cleaning • Licensed Asbestos Removalist • Fencing • Bathrooms & Kitchens • Fully Insured Call Us Now!

0420 926 830 or 5448 5209 04

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Services Offered S U B D I V I S I O N WINDOW CLEANER 30 yrs exp & Fully CONSULTANT Over Reasonable Insured. 0435 147 045

PAINTERS / DECORATORS

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

Complete project management

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MPS Plumbing Services

Blocked drains cleared fast

• 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

0430 821 706

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

W.P.C Bendigo Licensed Plumbers • Gutter Guard • Blocked Drains • New Homes • HWS Changeover • Renovations

0438 353 978 • Retaining Walls • Paving • Landscaping • Stoneworks • Garden Features

Jason Charles Jason Charles 0448 324 126 0448 324 126

Two Bob Plumbing for a friendly & reliable service

Bruce

Prompt and Reliable Quotes

Call: 0466 585 648 or 0417 224 481

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

Over 25 years of trade qualified experience Servicing Bendigo and district

RUBBISH REMOVAL

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

Blocked Drains? 0404 099 260 | 54471136 Domestic • Commercial • Industrial • Water Main Disinfection • Sewerage & Stormwater Drains • Trade Waste Drains Cleared and Treated •

Specialising in: • Paving • Brick fencing • Retaining walls • All landscaping brickwork Phone Paul: 0429 462 057

www.mgbricklayingandpaving.com

Lic No: 50975

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

Ph: 0448 878 232

Fully Insured

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

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For reliable service at reasonable rates

•SEPTIC • SEWER • STORMWATER 5000psi Water Jetting NOT Mechanical Screw • Emergency Response Our services include CCTV colour pipe inspections for pipes 40mm to 1500mm STOP ROOTS BLOCKING YOUR SEWER, USE

VAPOROOTER

OVER 30 YEARS OF ROOT CONTROL SUCCESS

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

5448 4255 1300 PIPE DR 1300 747 337 BLOCKED DRAIN SPECIALISTS

www.pipedr.com.au

STEEL FABRICATION

bUTE TRAYS &

ACCESSORIES

Don’t settle for a good tray… demand a bUTE tray! • Qualified Tradesman • Manufactures of quality RAL steel ute trays • Service bodies made to order • Toolboxes made to order • Roof Racks and Ladder Racks • Powdercoating and sandblasting • General fabrication, welding and repairs.

P: (03) 5448 8285 M: 0421 547 907 19 - 21 Allen St, Epsom

PH: 0409 120 862

TILING

E: drano62@bigpond.com

We load for you! 7 Days a Week No job too small or too big

Green Waste Specials Green Waste

t Yard clean ups t Whitegoods t DomesƟc t Builders t Renovators t Commercial

0423 402 474

Peter Carr Plumbing & Gasfitting Pty. Ltd.

544 33 999

BENDIGO

GUTTER GUY • All your guttering requirements • Guaranteed work at affordable prices

John Paterson

0419 005 041

bendigogutterguy@contractor.net

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

4 Nolan Street, Bendigo

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$6.90 per cm/col Price includes spot colour, scanning of images etc.

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• 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

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

Locally Owned & Operated A friendly, reliable, local plumbing team fully qualified in all aspects of plumbing

ROOFING

Over 40 Years Experience

License No. 32710

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

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

Ph: 0438 632 219

Experts in all aspects of roofing

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

Tom’s Tiling OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

• Ceramics, Porcelain, Terracotta and Stackstone • Water damaged patios repaired • Joist & beam replacement. Waterproofing certificates supplied with guarantee

TRADIES

For all your tiling, bathroom and patio waterproofing

Advertise Here

Ph Tom 0458 425 145

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General plumbing and maintenance Air Conditioning - supply and install Heating - Installation and servicing Renovations and new homes Roofing Gas-fitting and solar hot water

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

68CM TV in GC also incl new top set box $10 ono 5447 3822

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

AB swing, EC, $30. Ph 5437 5230

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

ADULT elec trike, near new motor, in GC. $700 ono. Ph 5448 7112

Daniel Holloway 0405 340 385

ANTIQUE door handle, solid brass, 11 sets, $60. Ph 0437 375 304

daniel@hollowayplumbing.com.au www.hollowayplumbing.com.au

AXLE & springs small garden trailer $10. Ph 0437 375 304

• Bendigo • Castlemaine • Heathcote • Bridgewater • Echuca • Maryborough •

TREE LOPPING

SMITHS Quality tree and Stump Removal

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

BABY swing (motorised) music, EC, $70. Ph 0438 442 602

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

BRATZ airplane, heaps accessories, $60. Ph 5447 0157

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

BUNK, black, dble on bottom, EC, one mattress, Must Sell. $80. Ph 0400 519 989

CAMPING toilet shelter, never used, $20. Ph 0435 900 510.

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

CHANGE table, timber with shelf, EC. $90. Ph 0407 727 535

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

BLUESTONE blocks, genuine, x12 $5 each or $50 the lot. Phone 0410 433 789

COFFEE/TV table, 2 draws 1 shelf, 24"x24", wood. $100. Ph 5447 1192

David Smith

BOOKCASE large honey colour EC $60. Ph 5442 1472

COMPUTER screen, Compaq 15" flat, EC. $20. Ph 5447 1192

0427 506 160

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

COMPUTER desk, GC. $90 ono. Ph 0437 883 100

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

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

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

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

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

FISHING rod Ugly Stick x 2, 3 - 6 kg, $70 pair. Ph 0435 900 510.

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

FRIDGE, Westinghouse, all fridge, 342Lt, frost free, VGC. $220. Ph 5447 0157

FISH tank & stand, GC, fully operating, inc 8 cyclid tropical fish. Below $500 the lot. Ph 0438 280 403

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

DINING suite 1.5mx1.5m table, 8 gold chairs. $450. Ph 0418 140 964

DINNER suit, Jon Savaba, size M, black, as new, $50. Ph 5447 0157

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. $499. Ph 0421 446 099

FRIDGE freezer Westinghouse 390L VGC $400 ono. Ph 5441 2547

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

FRIDGES

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

GENERATOR 3.5 KVA Advance Power, Australian made with Vanguard motor, $350 ono. Ph 0418 508 993 GENERATOR 6.5 KVA Power Mate, Australian made, with Honda motor. $650 ono. Ph 0418 508 993 GENERATOR small camping 2 stroke. $70 ono. Ph 0418 508 993

FREE stable manure. 128 Andrew St White Hills. 5448 3974 or 0419 553 244

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

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

GOLD SNOOP PRO METAL DETECTOR New in box, 12 mths warranty, (finds gold). $279. Ph 0423 357 390 HEATER Dimplex, column VGC. $25. Ph 5439 3054

Store Well with Stilwell

Containers to suit all your needs!

DOORS

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

Buy ire or H

DOOR, timber, modern, VGC, $25. Ph 5447 7546 DRESSING table, GC, $70. Ph 7776.

retro, 5443

DUNLOP squash racket MaxTP $50 ono Ph 0432 346 659 ELDERLY walker, crimson & black, seat, basket, $100. Ph 5442 3803. ELDERLY walker, silver, with parts, $100. Ph 5442 3803. ENGEL 40lt fridge, new Dec 2010, incl. cover & stand, used twice. $1000 ono. Ph 0407 349 235

EXERCISE ride on, EC. $25. Ph 5443 7776

FAKE fur coat, long black ladies, $95 ono. Ph 5442 5060 FALCONS netball body suit, 1 season, small tall, $80. Ph 5441 5257

Containers can be custom fitted with shelves, benches, windows, side doors, electricity, insulation & air-conditioning. View containers at:

51 Ryalls Lane, Strathfieldsaye. • Ph 5439 5512 • Mob 0409 957 014

Cat Enclosures

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

Call Jim 0429 866 630

SPECIALS ON NOW!

• Colorbond • Tubular (made from Colorbond Steel)

Free Quote on Supply & Installation

FENCE panels 2.4x1.2 galvanized, 8 of $25 each + 1 gate $30. Ph 5442 6107 FERNS x 2, Maiden Hair, large hanging baskets, 500mm dia, $150 pr ono. Ph 0408 009 185.

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

HAIRDRESSING

PEA straw mulch, $6 per bale. Delivered Bendigo area. Ph 0407 500 983

QUALITY HOUSEHOLD GOODS

STEEL SALE

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

PRAM, jogger, X Trail, 3 wheel, $99 ono. Ph 5444 0828 PRAM (Bacino) 3 wheeler plus bassinet GC $100 Ph 0407 727 535 PRAM pusher, Baby Co., navy, VGC. $45. Ph 5448 4271

HEATER natural gas, Rinnai, with fan, VGC. $35. Ph 0437 375 304

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

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

Flex Drive Honda motor. $450 ono. Ph 0418 508 993

HOT water, Rinnai 26lt external unit, new in box, $1000. Ph 0411 432 733. IKEA floor lamp, silver, $50. Ph 5441 4990.

INSULATION

R3.5 $24 bag. Phone 5443 0022

PUMP

Q S m a t t r e s s , Slumberland, VGC. clean, $60 ono. Ph 5443 8691 RECORDS 50's 60's 70's $100. Ph 5442 3803 REFRIGERATOR, retro very old, needs work. $60 ono. Ph 5443 7776

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

REMOTE controlled recliner, floral print, GC. $900 ono. Ph 0405 296 439

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

SEWING machine & over locker cabinet, $90. Ph 5443 6348

KITCHEN table, retro, 1950's, 6 seats, Laminex, grey & salmon, fantastic cond., $550. Ph 0400 038 116 LADDER 5m wooden extension GC $40 ono Ph 5447 9285

3 seater & 2 seater pale olive green loungers, rolled arms studded, due till illness unused $1700 ono less then half price. Plain French 6-8 seater dining table cost $3700 used once $1300 ono. Chaise lounge & 6 matching dining chairs black velvet & white linen never used $1500 the lot will searate. Antique Chinese 4 draw hall stand, red, paid $1150 sell $900 ono. No dealers. Ph 5441 6890 or 0413 711 124 RM Williams boots, black, Cuban heel, s. 9, VGC, $95 ono. Ph 5442 5060.

SCOOTER

BAR stools, wooden x 2, EC. $45. Ph 5444 1680

CLEARING SALES BENDIGO ANTIQUE AND ESTATE AUCTIONS

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

MTD Ride On Mower, 14HP, 42" cut, VGC, $1,500 ono. Ph 5439 5668 NATIVE plants sale. Pots from $5 - $15 + monthly specials. Thurs - Sun each week 9 am - 5pm. 426 Napier St W/Hills. ORCHIDS in bloom, extra large pots, $60 each. Ph 5444 3931

TUPPERWARE containes x2, 5L , round, $25. Ph 5447 1192 TV corner unit timber, $50 ono. Ph 5447 7609

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.

WEDDING DRESS

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

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 Caravans BIG or small, all considered up to $50k. Ph 5439 5684

WANTED old Honda 50 mini bike, any condition, any model considered. Ph 0408 579 809

GARAGE SALES

FRISWELL Ave Flora Hill, moving sale, wide range, make an offer. 8am

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

MONSTER combine street garage sale. baby goods, furniture, clothing, household goods & more. Sat only 8am-2pm. Kristy Drive & Justine Crt Spring Gully

W A L L U n i t 2mLx2mHx.6mD $350. Ph 0418 140 964

SAT 8am Cobden St Bendigo. Household & shed items, baby goods, w/machine, go-cart, bric-a-brac

Individual or estate lots accepted

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

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

TRACTOR tyres 40% tread, suit Massey Ferguson. $60. Ph 5447 2004

For our next antique and collectables auction

(OFF CRUSOE ROAD)

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

STEEL double carport frame, 7.4w x 6m x 2.7h, roof battens + post footings inc. Built new. $900. Ph 0409 231 656.

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

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

MOBILITY scooter $600 ono. Ph 5448 5325 Epsom

SPA Near new 8-person, with lighting, aromatherapy, hard cover and step, regrettable sale, 6 mths old. $8695. Ph 0438 332 975

STEEL work bench with Vice $35. Ph 0418 975 497

Contact: Dennis 5443 8570 or Vernon 5441 4168 or 0407 485 333 www.bendigoantiques.com.au

MINT set Weetbix cards, Australian Wings. $20. Ph 0401 708 170

Ph: 5448 8840

TENNIS rackets x3, Wilson. $60 lot Ph 0432 346 659

LOVE N Care Xtrail pram with toddler seat $95. Ph 0417 164 306

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

David Gill Greenhouses

SOFA bed in VGC, aztec pattern, + 4 cushions. $100. Ph 5447 8907

Wednesday 31st August, 6pm

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

Discount Prices

TANDEM trailer, GC, with checker plate floor with crate. $1,300 ono. Ph 5448 7112

LADIES Columbia hiking boots size 9. $60. Ph 5447 1192

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

BUSHMAN TANKS

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

177 View Street, Bendigo ENTRIES ARE INVITED

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

DOMESTIC GREENHOUSES SHADECLOTH

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

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

MATTRESS QS as new $300 ono Ph 5447 7609

s0ERSONAL,OANS s#AR,OANS s4AILORED,OANSTO3UIT s-ONEY'RAM

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

PAIR of decorator tables, circular, as new. $15. 5439 3054

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

190 Breen St, Bendigo 5443 7381

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

FOR SALE

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

LIVESTOCK

10 Purebred Rottweiler pups, 7-m & 3-f. $800 inc vet papers, immun. & wormed. Ready in 3 weeks. Ph 5447 8789

WASHING machine 7.5kg top loader Hoover Boss. $100. Ph 5449 3038 WASHING machine. For parts only. $30 ono. Ph 5447 7546 WEDDING dress, size 14, strapless, $600 paid $1700. D'zage Melbourne. Ph 0422 887 477

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

ADOPT-A-PET

GIZMO

BORDER COLLIE CROSS, BLACK/WHITE MALE, 1 YEAR

I am a vibrant, happy and outgoing dog. I love to play and socialize and am quite partial to a bit of human attention. I am an intelligent boy who learns quickly and I am pretty good on lead. I am an active boy but not super high energy. I still need to learn some more manners, but a little bit of training will go a long way. Playing with toys and fetching will be excellent ways to keep my mind busy and my body well exercised. JEEBUS

DSH, TABBY WHITE MALE, 1 YEAR

Jeebus is a little shy when you approach him but he does love his attention. Jeebus came as a stray so his history is unknown. Jeebus is gentle even though he seems shy and can be frightened, so he would be better suited to a quiet lifestyle. Jeebus is not Desexed but he will be once he is adopted. A reminder Cup Cake fundraiser day is on the 15th of August, Fundraising events such as cupcake day will ensure the society continues providing best possible inspectorate, animal shelter, veterinary, educational services and give the love, care and protection to so many animals each year.

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

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LIVESTOCK FREE 3 yo cat, female, tortoise shell, desexed, m /chipped, likes to be queen of the house. Ph 5442 8233. HORSES wanted all types, good prices, cash money on pick up. Ph 0428 505 486 or 0409 207 500

POULTRY

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

FURNITURE REMOVALISTS LO COST REMOVALS LOCAL REMOVAL SPECIALIST QLD-NSW-SA-WA BACKLOADING RATES BOTH WAYS 5444 3081 CLEAVE REMOVALS SALE Peter & Nicole Giri would like to announce that they have sold Cleave Removals and like to thank all past clients for their loyalty to us. We wish Andrew & Vicky Tierney of Central Victoria Removals. All the best Peter & Nicole

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CARAVANS & TRAILERS

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

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

A.M. Hyett Motorcycles

NOW AVAILABLE

Full range of new and used vans for sale

Ph: 5442 2523 SMS: 0411 627 348

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

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

LMCT 4761. Licenced second hand dealer.

Email mhyett1952@yahoo.com.au

MACHINERY

MAG wheels and tyres 17" suits Comm, tread 90% good. $550 ono. Ph 0408 700 266

*GRAIN AUGER*

ROOF rack 60 and 80 series Lcruiser. $260. Ph 0488 037 683 SCRAP metal wanted. Cars, trucks, tractors, tin, wire, white goods etc. Phone 5474 3237 or 0427 312 146.

MOTOR BIKES

CAMPER trailer, Jayco Jayfinch, 1994, 480 kg, GC, $4,600. Ph 0438 437 680 Sunwagon Pop-top with queen and dble bed, 18', annexe, GC, $2900 ono. Ph 5444 0892 HEAVY duty 6x6 trailer, lockable body & packrack, land cruiser wheels & spare, suit camping or trade, auto tent supplied. $650. Ph 5443 7614 04, Mercedes, 4-berth, toilet, shower, a/c, m /wave, awning, DVD/TV, 7 mth reg, RWC, WOJ-984, $54,000. Ph 0418 547 183

PETER ENNALS COBRAM CARAVANS

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

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

WRECKING

AAAAAAAAA WANTED All old cars and

WANDERER caravan, 24 ft, super deluxe, been on 1 trip to Adelaide & back, in storage, $52,000 ono. Ph 0437 357 976

CAR PARTS

BENDIGO Caravan Rentals & Storage has caravans available for rent long-short term from $50 p.w. Ph 5439 5684

ALLOY bull bar, suit 2000 Hilux, $550. Ph 5439 4053

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

LONG Range fuel tank 60 & 70 series l/cruiser. $220. Ph 0488 037 683

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

AUTO

Roadworthy Inspections

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

Mechanical Repairs & Servicing

Volvo / European Specialist

AUTO

5442 3999

WALKAWAY AY ÂŽ PROTECTION FOR AUTOMOTIVE FINANCING CIING G

See dealership for details - LMCT 3903

Poyser Motors used vehicles

view at www.poysermotors.com.au/used

76 Wood Street, California Gully Phone: 5446 8635

Holden VE Calais V

$29,990

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AUTO FORD Territory 2010 limited edition, as new, 10,500 kms, PQN-194. $35,000. Ph 0459 980 993

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.

BMW 1999 318ie46 man sedan in immaculate cond., lady driver, just serviced, 145,000 kms, RWC, long rego, new tyres. TYO-774. $11,500. Ph 0418 268 321 or 0419 560 245

Ford Territory SX Ghia Was $24,990

$22,990

Driveaway

HIACE Commuter, long wheel base, 2002 mod, 2.4 plus new gas, reg, disabled ramp, UJJ-122, $8000. Ph 5461 3794

per week

5442 3999

WALKAWAY AY ÂŽ PROTECTION FOR AUTOMOTIVE FINANCING CIING G

See dealership for details - LMCT 3903

Poyser Motors used vehicles

view at www.poysermotors.com.au/used

Holden Epica CDX

$18,990

per week

3 year extended warranty available

XIU 692

5442 3999

WALKAWAY AY ÂŽ PROTECTION FOR AUTOMOTIVE FINANCING CIING G

See dealership for details - LMCT 3903

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

HONDA CRV 2004 Winter Classic, 108,000 kms, immaculate condition, 1 owner. $14,990. Call Joe 0427 397 511. PEUGEOT sedan, white, 1984, 1637846, reg till 04/12, $2000 ono, 4 new tyres & new clutch. Ph 5446 9902

CARS WANTED INSTANT PAYMENT

03 5441 4999 LMCT 1306

MACHINERY

JD TRACTOR WRECKERS Wanted Secondhand Tractors and Farm Machinery â&#x20AC;˘ Working or not â&#x20AC;˘ Free appraisals â&#x20AC;˘ Dealer of new Agricat Tractors and Implements New tractors from 25HP to 90HP+ starting at $11,990 with slasher Now on display at

105 Nankervis Road, Mandurang 5439 3561 or 0408 393 226

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See dealership for details - LMCT 3903

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

Clean, Late Model, Low Mileage.

$93*

3 year extended warranty available

YHV 487 48

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

3 year extended warranty available

TNB 145

Finance Available

FORD BA UTE

$109*

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Poyser Motors used vehicles

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

$30,990

Member

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

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

Poyser Motors used vehicles

290 Piper Rd, Bendigo East Nigel 5441 5786

2000 Nissan Pulsar, 1.6L auto, p/s, a/c, 108,000 kms, RWC & rego till April 2012. QDC-637 $6500. Ph 0468 959 332

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4WD Triton 1988, extra cab ute, lock up canopy, EC, reg 04/12, RWC, DRH-488, $4000. Ph 5437 8277

Holden VE SS Ute Was $34,990

Minor Panel Beating Fairview Rd KangarooFlat Ph 0487 000 145 or 5447 4441 Pensioner Discount FORD AU utility, alloy tray, 5 spd manual. Honda Prelude 88. Ford F100 9" diff. Ph 0411 432 733.

AUTO

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

â&#x20AC;˘ Cars â&#x20AC;˘ Light Commercials â&#x20AC;˘ LPGs Service and repairs to all makes and models

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

scrap metal. Ph 0457 298 628.

Regal, Compass, Roadstar, Supreme, DRAGON CITY Goldstream campers. MOTOR WRECKERS Large stocks. Over 80 Open 51â &#x201E;2 days vans. Open 7 days. Cars wanted (03) 5872 2333. Agents for Tuff Tonneau,

Latest â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Snap Onâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Scan tool for diagnostic servicing.

AUTO

view at www.poysermotors.com.au/used

CAR PARTS

TRADESMAN top to suit 6 x 4 trailer, GC, $325. Ph 0432 317 067.

MOTORHOME

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

MECHANICS

BENDIGO WINDSOR CARAVANS

CAMPERVAN

12FT Savage heavy duty punt VGC with clip on cushions $650. 5447 3822

MOTOR BIKES 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

VANS WANTED BUYERS WAITING

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Phone 5443-4933 47 Breen Street, Bendigo

rs!! ea Cars Ch p Ca eap Ch Vehicles sold as is No RWC, No Reg, No Warranty

FORD 1996 EF FAIRMONT SEDAN ............ $2,900 Dual fuel, sunroof, body kit. Stock #017

FORD FALCON P/VAN 1989 .................... $1,100 5 Speed manual. Stock #019

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

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 â&#x20AC;˘ 1960/2000 Ford â&#x20AC;˘ 1965/1973 Ford Mustang â&#x20AC;˘ 1980/1996 F100, â&#x20AC;˘ Engines, Transmissions, F150, F250 Body Panels, â&#x20AC;˘ 1996/2000 Hyundai Excel Interior, Wheels

F.G. Autoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

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Ph: 5443 1841

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NISSAN Pulsar, 1991, 1.6 lt, manual, 5 dr, CD, GC, as is, no reg, UZM 164. $1,500 ono. Ph 0408 027 996.

FOR 4 WEEKS 5442 1646

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

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

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

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$27.50 with photo

Conditions apply. For private use only.

...get the market you’re missing... LMCT 8404

LOW COST CARS NEW LOCATION CARS UNDERCOVER UNDER $15,000 WITH WARRANTY

Open Monday-Friday

1999 Ford Laser GLK Sedan

1997 Holden Vectra

Auto, air con, d/steering, electric windows and mirrors, 12 months rego, PUS 132

2005 Ford Falcon MKII

5 speed manual, air con, ABS, p/steering, 151,000 kms, a great first car, 12 moths rego, OGL 589

$7,999

1991 Nissan Pulsar

Only 80,000kms, new wheels and tyres, an absolute delight, Rego 01/12, UON 140

$4,973

Driveaway

Hyundai Accent

Where has this been hiding? Auto, air con, p/ steering, 97,000kms, great condition, long rego, EMB 715

$13,990

Driveaway

A/Hours by appointment

$3,990

Driveaway

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5 door, 5 speed manual, air con, p/steering, 147,000kms, remote locking, what a treat! OUL 873

$5,999

Driveaway

Nissan Pintara Auto, air on, p/steering, long rego, EYR 435

2006 Hyundai Getz 3 door, auto, air con, p/ steering, one owner, full service history, new alloys and tyres, 12 months rego TWJ 845

$2,999

$9,490

Driveaway

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Finance Available T.A.P.

More cars online at www.innesmotors.com.au A.H. Scott 0419 381 533 or Stewart 0419 330 706

410 High Street,Golden Square

LMCT 927

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

‘95 Subaru Liberty Sedan NOW $8,790

‘07 Subaru Liberty NOW $22,990

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

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

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

‘99 Holden Vectra Wagon NOW $6,990

‘06 VZ Commodore SVZ Wagon NOW $19,990

2001 Nissan X Trail Ti NOW$14,990

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‘08 Mazda 6 Hatch

NOW $24,990 Drive Away

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

‘95 Ford XR6

NOW $5,490 As Traded

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

ALL 4 THE DRIVER™

Innes Motors

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

‘99 Honda V6 Luxury

NOW $12,350 Drive Away

New 2012 Honda Euro NOW IN STOCK

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

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

06 Holden Astra

NOW $16,490 Drive Away

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‘09 FG Falcon XT Sedan NOW $21,990

Drive Away

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

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‘02 Toyota Echo

NOW$8,310

Drive Away

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

‘97 Holden Barina 3 Door

NOW

$4,490

Drive Away

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

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

5 speed manual, great little car. QRX-975

MANY MORE GREAT VEHICLES IN STOCK

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for space. T-intersections are always unnerving no matter where or when, day or night the question racing through the mind is: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Have I been seen?â&#x20AC;? There is always that moment of tension as the stopping distance of vehicles is so good these days a last second jump on the brakes will pull up the vehicle. The look up the road to the right by the driver quickly approaching toward the intersection always makes the heart leap as to â&#x20AC;&#x153;have I been seenâ&#x20AC;?, or â&#x20AC;&#x153;am I out of the line of sight and will be in front of the vehicle when they keep coming through the intersection?â&#x20AC;? The real one that is hard to fathom that happens more often than we could quote, is the vehicle that comes from behind drawing alongside with a left hand turn indicator on and veer to the left. They make a turn without checking if we are still on the inside of the vehicle. another really daunting thought that often crosses my mind is the amount of drivers texting messages as they pass. Thank God they keep a straight line while passing, as coming from behind we as cyclists are

Artwork: AMy GILLETT FouNDATIoN most vulnerable. What does all this mean and is it a complaint or just a whinge? after being a shared road user both as a driver and cyclist you come to appreciate that we can all be intimidating and unnerving to each other. Riding close to cars on my bike is just as unnerving for the motorist as it is for me. Keeping a straight line remaining as far as

left as it is practicable and reasonable to still be visible is prudent behaviour when sharing the road. I am sure as a cyclist there are just as many drivers wondering: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Has this rider seen me or not? They are not giving much space.â&#x20AC;? my motto is : â&#x20AC;&#x153;Do unto others as you would have them do to youâ&#x20AC;?. Looking to seeing you on the road soon, God willing.

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EAGLEHAWK jumped to second on the Bendigo Football Netball Leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Senior Football ladder, with a come-from-behind win against fellow top-four side Gisborne. The Borough replaced Gisborne in second spot after a se-esawing game at Gisborneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gardiner Reserve. Gisborne held a three-goal advantage at quarter time, but a six-goal-to-one second term saw the Borough up by two goals at the half. Three goals each in the third term gave

Eaglehawk a 10-point lead going into the final term. Eaglehawk kicked four goals to three in the final term to win 14.17.101 to 11.18.84. In the only other game of the split round, South Bendigo downed Castlemaine 20.17.137 to 6.3.39. This weekend, Eaglehawk takes on Castlemaine at Camp Reserve, South Bendigo plays Gisborne at Golden Square in the match of the round, Maryborough is at home to Kyneton, Sandhurst hosts Strathfieldsaye and Kangaroo Flat hosts Golden Square under lights from 6.30pm.

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THE Bendigo Football Netball Leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Senior Netball ladder is beginning to take shape, after some defining games on the weekend. Third placed Gisborne accounted for fourth-placed Eaglehawk 57-40 in the first match of the split round on Saturday. South Bendigo (44) easily accounted for Castlemaine (19) despite the two being next to each other on the ladder. This week should be an easy week to pick winners, if games go according to plan. Top-placed Golden Square take on Kangaroo Flat, Second-placed Sandhurst face Strathfieldsaye, third-placed Gisborne takes on South Bendigo and Eaglehawk travels to Castlemaine.

ladY BraVes shine IT was the turn of the Lady Braves to shine in the SEABL on the weekend. The women defeated second-placed Dandenong 68-62 at Bendigo on the weekend. This week they host Albury Wodonga on Saturday and then travel to play against first-placed Knox on Sunday.

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THE Bendigo Braves remain on top of the SEABL East Conference ladder despite splitting its two games on the weekend. The Braves defeated Ballarat 88-83 at home on Saturday, and went down to Knox 89-71 on Sunday. The Braves host Albury Wodonga on Saturday night.

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STAR forward Gabrielle Richards has resigned with the Bendigo Spirit for the 2011-12 WNBL season. In her third year for the Spirit last season, Richards finished as the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s third leading scorer and leading rebounder, averaging 10.5 points and 7.5 boards while shooting 54.5 per cent from the field.

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I am a commuting cyclist and spend about 10 hours a week covering 200 kilometres getting to and from work across Bendigoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s city limits. There are many moments quite unnerving while sharing the road. The 80-90 kilograms of body and bike combined are no match for a tonne of metal on wheels, and there is no grounds for creating a confrontation as to who may have the right of way. Lying on the road being right does not make sense when broken bones and serious body damage may occur. Roundabouts where entering and exiting can be a challenge and quite a test to the heart. as a cyclist we are a bit slower to pick the gaps and get off the mark to enter the roundabout. Vehicles which are quick in acceleration can change the status of space around us very quickly and seem to be bearing down, testing our ability to get through safely. It is common practice for cyclists to fill the lane as bicycle lanes are not common in existing infrastructure, this is changing as new roundabouts have designated cycle lanes. Some motorists can be a bit pushy in wanting the same space. a metre matters to the cyclist and can be reduced down as little as 100mm when jostling

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THE Bendigo Thunder again came close to beating top of the ladder North Ballarat in their VWFL finals clash on the weekend. The Thunder went down to the Eagles by seven points in the first semi final. The Thunder was first to get on the scoreboard with a goal from Emma Grant, quickly followed with a second from Brea Hards. From then, Ballarat controlled the play. Despite leading by five points at the first break, the Thunder did not capitalise on the wind advantage in the first quarter, while Ballarat made the most of it in the second quarter, scoring 2.5 and keeping the Thunder scoreless. The Thunder was able to push back in the third quarter, keeping the Eagles scoreless and led into the final term by one point. Despite having the wind advantage the Eagles were unable to capitalise on their shots at goal and scored only one major. The Thunder, likewise, was unable to maximise on its inside 50s, scoring only points. Final scores were â&#x20AC;&#x201C; North Ballarat 4.11.35 to the Thunder â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.4.28. Thunder coach Russell Jeffrey said the team was now focussed on next weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Preliminary Final against La Trobe. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have to take the loss today and learn from it,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;As always we had some great players, Elizabeth Waters is always outstanding in the back line and today she really stepped up. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We now have to focus on this Sunday against La Trobe, we went down to them by just four points in round one and then came back and bet them by 14 points in round eight, but when it comes to finals, it really is a whole new ball game. â&#x20AC;&#x153;La Trobe did well to take out Lalor, they will be keen to come out strong, we just need to play our game and capitalise on our strengths.â&#x20AC;?

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Young guns race into the top spots EAGLEHAWK youngsters Liam Andrews and Brodie James finished one and two in the Victorian MX Championships at Shepparton on the weekend. Liam was crowned the 2011 Victorian 50CC MX Victorian Champion in a dominant display of riding over the past four months of the competition. Liam blitzed the competition to win 10 of the 12 races and went into the final round 30 points ahead. After winning race one he held an unbeatable lead in the Victorian title. A classy act, Liam went on win the last two races of the day. Brodie achieved second place after starting the weekend’s competition in third position. James knew he had

WINNERS: Liam Andrews and Brodie James. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN

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Fast, furious Finland WEDDERBURN brother and sister rally duo Brendan Reeves and Rhianon Smyth have finished a fine fourth in class in Rally Finland, round eight of the World Rally Championship, at the weekend. Rally Finland is the Mecca of world rallying, and with an entry list of more than 100 cars, including all of the world’s best drivers, the action was fast and furious from the outset. Reeves’ main challenge came from Irishman Craig Breen and Estonian Egon Kaur. Both drivers had competed at Rally Finland previously, and with Reeves entering for the first time, he knew it was going to be a battle to take a victory. Kaur and Breen were just two of 15 other competitors battling out the WRC Academy, a six-round one-make series to find the world’s best driver under 24 years of age. All crews compete in identical Ford Fiesta R2s prepared by British-based MSport. Rally Finland began with three stages on Thursday evening and Reeves sat in second place at the overnight halt. Friday was a long and demanding day with crews completing eight forest stages, with Reeves settling into a good rhythm to finish the day in third overall. The final day of the event included a further six stages, but the day got off to a bad start for Reeves when a puncture on the first stage cost him more than three minutes. This dropped him back to fifth overall, but over the remaining five stages the tenacious Australian fought his way back, clawing more than 45 seconds off his nearest ri-

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SIGN UP: Reeves meets fans in Finland. val, to finish the event in fourth place. “It was really frustrating to get a puncture on the final day,” Reeves said. “We had found a really good rhythm with the car and were starting to learn more and more about the Finnish roads and how to attack them. “To then lose over three minutes meant it was going to be an uphill battle, but we were able to make up quite a bit of time and move back up to fourth for the rally.” Reeves’ points haul from Finland (12),

now places him equal second in the overall championship standings at the half way point of the six-round series, a good reward for his consistent driving in the first three rounds. The next event for the Australian duo is the Les Boucles Chevrotines in Belgium next weekend. The pair will drive a similar Fiesta R2 in the event and will use it as a practise for the next round of the WRC Academy, Rally Germany, the following weekend

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PLAYERS from the A League’s Melbourne Victory were inundated with fans and future soccer stars at the Epsom Huntly Regional Recreation Reserve on Saturday. The players visited hundreds of players and fans as part of the club’ Regional Roadshow. The visit was an opportunity for the club to say thanks to locals for their support, but also to continue the club’s support of the future stars of the game.

to ride hard and fast to move in the second spot and finished second place in the first two races. In the last race of the day he experienced bike trouble and rode the race without back brakes but held onto third place which was enough to move into second overall. The boys are both in Grade Three at Eaglehawk North Primary School and are best friends. They spend an enormous amount of time training and competing together and are thrilled to achieve this enormous feat together. Both boys will attending a function at the Powerhouse in Melbourne on September 17 to receive their awards, and they have earned selection in the Australian Motocross Champions in Murraybridge in October.


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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: Presented by Nick Duigan and Andrew Hart 3.00 AFL: Carlton v Melbourne 6.00 Ten Evening News 6.30 Before The Game: Presented by Dave Hughes, Mick Molloy, Andrew Maher, Sam Lane, Lehmo and Fitzy 7.30 AFL: Port Adelaide v Collingwood 11.30 Movie: Thank You For Smoking: Aaron Eckhart, William H. Macy, Maria Bello, Katie Holmes 1.15 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 The Great Australian Doorstep 9.00 School Of Rock Oz Made 10.00 Hit List TV 12.00 Andra Championship 1.00 Renovators 2.00 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 Masterchef Australia: Finale Night 7.30 Renovators 8.30 Masterchef Australia: Finale Night: Winner Announced 9.35 Movie: Tropic Thunder 11.40 Eureka 12.30 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 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 Renovators: The renovators working on the house that is deemed the least progressed will face elimination. 8.30 Can Of Worms 9.30 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 10.30 Ten News 11.00 The Late Show With David Letterman 12.00 The Cleaner 1.00 Infomercials 4.00 Everyday Life 4.30 Copeland

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 Renovators 8.00 Modern Family: Phil convinces Claire and the kids to be in his new realty advertisement. 8.30 NCIS 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 10.30 Ten News 11.00 The Late Show With David Letterman 12.00 Saving Grace 1.00 Infomercials 4.00 Everyday Life 4.30 Copeland

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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: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Global Village: Presented by Silvio Rivier 6.00 Letters And Numbers 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 11.05 Movie: The Ring Finger (France): Olga Kurylenko, Marc Barbe, Edith Scob 12.50 Spiral 2.50 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Don Giovanni 4.10 Spare Change 4.20 Anton And The Piano 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 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: Amélie (France): Audrey Tatou, Mathieu Kassovitz, Serge Merlin 12.20 SOS 1.20 Life’s A Zoo: When they can’t get along, the contestants are drugged and wake up in a maze of white rooms. 2.20 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6.35 World Watch 7.30 Weatherwatch 7.45 FIFA U-20 World Cup Colombia 2011: Australia v Spain 10.00 World Watch 10.30 Football Asia 11.00 Les Murray’s Football Feature 12.00 Futbol Mundial 12.30 Speedweek 2.00 World Watch 4.30 The Mayor, The Artist, The Farmer And His Wife 5.00 Cycling Central 6.00 Trawlermen 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Dateline 9.30 Is There Life On Mars? 10.30 Movie: Rally Chicks (Sweden): Eva Rose, Marie Robertson 12.15 Movie: Holy Lola (France): Jacques Gamblin 2.30 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1.30 Dateline 2.30 Insight 3.30 World Watch 4.30 Futbol Mundial 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 12.30 Movie: At Point Blank (Sweden): Sofia Helin, Mikael Persbrandt, Stefan Sauk: Follows a gang of bank robbers being tracked by the police. 2.20 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: My Life Without Me (Canada and Spain): Sarah Polley, Deborah Harry, Mark Ruffalo 3.00 Australian Biography 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Insight 8.30 Cutting Edge: Science Under Attack 9.30 World News 10.05 Hot Docs: Death By Fire 11.05 Movie: Vitus (Switzerland): Teo Gheorghiu, Bruno Ganz, Julika Jenkins 1.10 My Year On The Low-Carbon Diet 2.25 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Dear Frankie (The UK): Emily Mortimer 3.00 Everyone Loves A Wedding 3.30 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 The Hotel: A documentary series following a hotel in the Lake District, where the staff try to keep holiday-makers happy during a busy summer season. 9.30 World News 10.05 Movie: The Lives Of Others (Germany): Ulrich Mühe 12.30 112 Emergency 2.00 Weatherwatch

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6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 River Monsters: Extreme angler Jeremy Wade is on the hunt for freshwater fish with a taste for human flesh. Piranhas, alligators and man-eating fish are just some of the river monsters Jeremy encounters in this series. 8.30 Friday Night Lights 9.30 Misfits 10.30 Crownies: Tatum works on a case involving criminally transmitted HIV. Richard fights a reluctant witness. 11.30 Cold Feet 12.20 Code Geass 12.45 Important Things With Demetri Martin 1.10 The Office

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Monkey Thieves 7.30 Willie's Chocolate Revolution: The stakes could not be higher as Willie takes his perfect recipe to the head buyer at a major supermarket. Everything rests on one man's decision to secure the order. It is make or break time. 8.15 At The Movies 8.30 Movie: The Big Country: Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons: A newcomer becomes involved in a feud between two families over a valuable piece of land called Big Muddy. 11.15 Movie: Tycoon: John Wayne, Laraine Day, Sir Cedric Hardwicke 1.25 The Fibros And The Silvertails

6am Children’s Programs 7pm At The Movies 7.30 The Choir: Nearing the end of his time in the Hertfordshire housing estate of South Oxhey, choirmaster Gareth Malone sets out on a grand venture to get the whole community behind his choral project. 8.30 No Subtitles Necessary: Laszlo And Vilmos 9.55 Art Nation 10.25 Miranda: Tilly is driving Miranda and her mother Penny crazy with her plans for her upcoming wedding. 10.55 Absolutely Fabulous 11.55 Eric Clapton: Crossroads Guitar Festival Chicago 1.00 Beautiful Noise

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Cook Yourself Thin: Gizzi, Harry, Sal and Sophie help disillusioned dieter Jill Kenton to drop a dress size in six weeks. 8.00 Miranda: There is a new girl on the scene, and Miranda and Stevie find it difficult to keep up with her youthful energy and frenetic lifestyle. 8.30 Collision 9.30 Deadwood 10.20 Ashes To Ashes: The team investigates a diamond heist. 11.15 The Beast: Agents Barker and Ellis confront their painful memories. 12.00 Gimme, Gimme, Gimme 12.30 Spectacle

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Dirty Jobs 8.30 Good Game 9.00 School Of Comedy 9.30 Misfits 10.20 Valemont: All the students are special at Valemont University, but nothing is quite as it seems. When a student named Eric is murdered, his sister Sophie is determined to discover the truth behind his death. 10.45 Arrested Development: Michael tries to get his son into the prestigious Milford Academy. 11.05 The Office 11.40 School Of Comedy 12.05 Billable Hours 12.25 Spectacle: Elvis Costello With...

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Licence to Drill: The drill bit keeps veering off course at Nabors Rig 99, and directional driller Pete Vander Veen is called in early to set things straight. 8.30 Beauty And The Beast: Andy Tedder, who has a genetic condition that caused his facial development to stop in the womb, meets the reigning Miss Manchester — who spends around four hours getting ready for a night out. 9.20 The Invention Of Dr. Nakamats 10.20 Real Families 11.10 Shrink Rap 12.00 Animal Cops 12.50 Spectacle: Elvis Costello With...

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 The Marngrook Footy Show 8.30 Arrested Development: It is Valentine's Day, and everyone but Michael has a reason to celebrate. 9.00 How Not To Live Your Life: Don and his boss date two posh girls, and are invited to go away on a country weekend. 9.30 The Gruen Transfer 10.00 The Thick Of It 10.30 London Live 10.55 The Chaser's War On Everything 11.25 The Marngrook Footy Show 12.25 Spectacle: Elvis Costello With....

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Monday 8th

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 Movie: Flight Of The Navigator: Joey Cramer, Paul Reubens 7.30 Movie: Space Jam: Michael Jordan, Bill Murray, Wayne Knight, Theresa Randle 9.30 Movie: Mask Of Zorro: Catherine Zeta Jones, Antonio Banderas, Anthony Hopkins 12.30 South Park 1.00 Fringe 2.00 Up Late 2.30 Cribs 3.00 Reno 911 5.00 The Hills 5.30 Children’s Programs

6.00 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: Win A Date With Tad Hamilton: Kate Bosworth, Topher Grace, Josh Duhamel, Nathan Lane, Sean Hayes, Gary Cole 10.30 Movie: Police Academy 4: Citizens On Patrol: Steve Guttenberg, Bubba Smith, David Graf, Michael Winslow, Marion Ramsay 12.20 South Park 12.50 The Vampire Diaries 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 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: Meet The Spartans: Sean Maguire, Carmen Electra, Kevin Sorbo, Greg Ellis, Diedrich Bader, Sean Maguire 11.15 Community 11.45 South Park 12.35 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 8.30 Two And A Half Men 9.00 Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: S.W.A.T. Colin Farrell, Samuel L. Jackson, LL Cool J 12.00 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 The Voice 9.30 The Bachelorette 11.30 Eclipse Music TV 12.00 South Park 12.30 Super Storm 1.30 Reno 911 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With Children

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 Two And A Half Men 9.00 Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: The Incredible Hulk 11.50 South Park 12.20 Spartacus 1.30 Reno 911 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me

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: Stealth: Josh Lucas 12.00 Up Late 12.30 V 1.30 Reno 911 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Married With Children 5.30 Flintstones

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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 Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: Columbo 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 World Around Us 1.50 Leyland Brothers World 3.30 The Real Seachange

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 5.00 The Great Australian Doorstep 5.30 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 World Around Us 2.30 Leyland Brothers World 3.30 Floyd's India 4.00 Friends For Dinner

6.00 Home And Away 8.30 Ugly Betty 9.30 Children’s Programs 10.30 Destination Ski 11.00 Britannia High 12.00 Murphy Brown 12.30 Movie: Al Jennings Of Oklahoma: Gloria Henry, Raymond Greenleaf 2.10 Movie: The Horse Soldiers: John Wayne 4.30 Movie: Hercules: Tate Donovan, Danny DeVito, James Woods 6.30 Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em 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 Minder 3.00 Room For Improvement 3.30 Leyland Brothers World 4.30 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 Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: Don't Raise The Bridge, Lower The River 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Heartbeat 8.40 Movie: Catherine Cookson's The Rag Nymph: Honeysuckle Weeks 12.00 World Around Us 1.00 Movie: Honeymoon 2.30 Leyland Brothers World 3.30 The Real Seachange

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 Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: 30 Is A Dangerous Age, Cynthia 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Homes Under The Hammer 8.45 Around The World In 80 Trades 9.45 Keeping Up Appearances 10.15 Jonathan Creek 11.15 Maisie Raine 12.15 Movie: 5th Ave Girl

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 Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: 84 Charing Cross Road: Anne Bancroft 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Heartbeat 8.40 Pie In The Sky 10.40 Open All Hours 11.15 Murphy's Law 12.20 The Real Seachange

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: Presented by Andrew O’Keefe 12.00 Hart To Hart 1.00 Grey's Anatomy 2.00 Murphy Brown 2.30 Hogan Family 3.00 Perfect Strangers 3.30 Night Court 4.00 Movie: Columbo: Troubled Waters 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Harry's Practice 7.30 Doc Martin 8.30 William And Mary 10.40 Movie: Separate Lies 12.30 Minder 1.30 World Around Us 2.30 Leyland Brothers World

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Saturday 6th

6.00 Golf: WGC Bridgestone Invitational 8.00 Omnisport 8.30 WNBA Action 9.00 Major League Baseball 12.00 This Week In Baseball 12.30 World Rally Championship 1.00 The Game Plan (NRL) 2.00 The Game Plan (AFL) 3.00 Omnisport 3.30 Bondi Rescue 4.00 Airline 4.30 Extreme Dreams 5.00 Guerrilla Gardeners 5.30 I Fish: Presented by Paul Worsteling 6.00 Airline 6.30 Bondi Rescue 7.00 Cops 7.30 Mighty Movers 8.30 Movie: Reds: Warren Beatty 12.30 UFC Countdown 133 1.15 Omnisport 1.30 Major League Baseball

6.00 Golf: WGC Bridgestone Invitational 8.00 Isle Of Man TT 9.00 NASCAR Sprint Cups 10.00 Pro Bull Riding 11.00 World Of Free Sports 11.30 Drive 12.00 The WWE Experience: Jack Korpela guides you through your weekly fix of the good, the bad and the ugly from WWE. 1.00 Ironman: Utah 2.00 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 UFC 128 11.30 UFC Countdown 133 12.30 WRC Access All Areas 1.30 Omnisport 2.00 Golf: WGC Bridgestone Invitational

6.00 Golf: WGC Bridgestone Invitational 8.00 Pro Bull Riding 9.00 World Of Free Sports 9.30 Snowboarding: TTR World Tour 10.00 UFC Prelims 133 11.00 WRC Access All Areas 12.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup: Qualifying 1.00 Andra Pro Series 2.00 Isle Of Man TT 3.00 Omnisport 3.30 Extreme Dreams 4.30 Airline 5.30 I Fish 6.30 Shark U 7.30 Extreme Fishing 8.30 Movie: Van Helsing: Hugh Jackman 11.10 Movie: Redline 1.00 Omnisport 1.30 FA Cup Classics 2.00 Golf: WGC Bridgestone Invitational 3.30 Omnisport 4.00 Golf: WGC Bridgestone Invitational

6.00 Golf: WGC Bridgestone Invitational 8.00 NASCAR Sprint Cup 12.00 Tennis: ATP World Tour Uncovered 12.30 Triathlon: ITU World Championship Series 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 (AFL) 10.30 Sports Tonight 11.00 One Week At A Time Late (NRL) 12.00 WRC Access All Areas 1.00 World Of Free Sports 1.30 Tennis: ATP World Tour Uncovered

6.00 Kitesurfing: PKRA World Tour 6.30 NASCAR Sprint Cup 7.30 Pro Bull Riding 8.30 Cliff Diving 9.00 WNBA Action 9.30 AFL: Carlton v Melbourne 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: 12 Rounds 11.45 Sports Tonight 12.15 NASCAR Sprint Cup 1.15 World Of Free Sports 1.45 Omnisport

6.00 Kitesurfing: PKRA World Tour 6.30 NASCAR Sprint Cup 7.30 Pro Bull Riding 8.30 Cliff Diving 9.00 Major League Baseball 12.00 This Week In Baseball 12.30 Surfing: Cold Water Classic 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

6.00 Major League Baseball 8.00 Tennis: ATP World Tour Uncovered 8.30 Cliff Diving 9.00 WRC Access All Areas 10.00 Triathlon: ITU World Championship Series 12.30 Surfing: Cold Water Classic 1.00 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 (AFL) 9.30 Breakout Kings 10.30 Sports Tonight 11.00 The Ultimate Fighter 12.00 The Game Plan Late (NRL)

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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 Dateline: Presented by Mark Davis and Yalda Hakim 8.30 Insight 9.30 Movie: Salaam Namaste (India): Saif Ali Khan, Preity Zinta, Tania Zaetta: Surrounded by quirky friends, bosses and landlords, but far away from home, Nick and Ambar take a huge leap of faith as they decide to move in together. 12.10 Movie: A Chinese Odyssey (Hong Kong): Tony Leung, Faye Wong, Zhao Wei 1.50 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Wine Lovers’ Guide To Australia 6.35 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour Of Britain 7.30 Find My Family 8.30 David Bailey: Four Beats To The Bar 9.30 Movie: The Bone Man (Austria): Josef Hader, Josef Bierbichler, Birgit Minichmayr: An ex-detective has grown weary of his job repossessing cars, and embarks on an extended getaway to the countryside. 11.45 Movie: Atomik Circus (France): Vanessa Paradis, Jason Flemyng: A sleepy village is invaded by monsters from another dimension. 1.20 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 from around the world attempt the most diabolical Japanese obstacle course ever created. 8.00 Unbeatable Banzuke 8.30 The Phone 9.30 Movie: Changing Sides (France): Sophie Marceau, Dany Boon, Antoine Duléry 11.10 Movie: Kurt Wallander: Blood Ties (Sweden): Kirster Henriksson, Johanna Sallstrom, Ola Rapace 12.50 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village 6.30 Iron Chef 7.30 Finding My Mind: This program looks to unravel the mysteries of the brain. Recently, neuroscientists have made some fascinating and unnerving discoveries. 8.30 Surgeons: This week's episode moves to Dublin's Mater Hospital, and the pioneering cardiac surgeon Freddie Wood. 9.30 The World Game 10.30 Movie: The Colour Of Paradise (Iran): Hossein Mahjub: The tale of an eight-year-old blind boy whose father sees him as a hindrance. 12.05 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village 6.30 Iron Chef 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 As It Happened: Living With The Enemy 9.30 Movie: Just Like Me (Argentina): Florencia Bertotti: A womaniser becomes a grandfather overnight when a pregnant daughter he never knew he had tracks him down. 11.30 Movie: Uno (Norway): Aksel Hennie: Living in inner-city Oslo, David is a young man with few prospects for the future. When the gym he frequents is raided by the police, David’s loyalty is tested. 1.20 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village 6.30 Iron Chef 7.30 Inspector Rex 10.15 Movie: Cherry Blossoms (Germany): Elmar Wepper, Hannelore Elsner, Maximillian Brückner: This touching film follows a dying man as he goes on an evocative journey to Japan in an attempt to accomplish his late wife's unfulfilled dreams. 12.25 Movie: Offside (Iran): Sima Mobarak-Shahi, Shayesteh Irani, Ayda Sadeqi: Five young women go to extraordinary lengths to watch Iran’s 2006 World Cup qualifier. 2.00 Weatherwatch

5.00 Weatherwatch 6am World Watch 6pm Global Village 6.30 Iron Chef 7.30 New York 9.00 Movie: The Crime Of Father Amaro (Mexico): Gael Garcia Bernal, Ana Claudia Talancón, Damian Alcazar: A recently ordained priest is sent to a small parish church in Mexico to assist the ageing Father Benito in his daily work. 11.05 Movie: My Wife Is An Actress (France): Yvan Attal, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Terence Stamp: A sports reporter married to a famous actress grows increasingly jealous of her screen and real-life persona. 12.45 Weatherwatch


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Path to glory

A PROGRAM which provides an alternative pathway to careers in the sport and recreation industry is kicking major goals in Bendigo. The Sports Education and Development Australia program includes 15 students from Bendigo and across Northern Victoria united by a passion for sport and a desire to work in the sporting field. What’s different about the SEDA program is the students undertake a three-year tailored program that includes a Diploma of Sport Development geared towards helping the students achieve their sporting career goals. While completing their studies, students also have the opportunity to work on key events and programs with state sporting partners and learn directly from staff in the industry. As teacher Dean Young said: “It’s an opportunity to further their education in a sports-focussed curriculum with hands on experience”. This year’s Bendigo program will undergo a major expansion in 2012 to reflect the co-operation and support of Cricket Victoria, Football Federation Victoria and Melbourne Victory, AFL Victoria, Basketball Victoria (Country), Tennis Victoria and Netball Victoria. By increasing the number and variety of sports offered, SEDA will be able to provide more opportunities for people in the community to engage in a wider range of physical activities. SEDA will host an information night next Wednesday, August 10 at Bendigo’s RL Campbell Theatrette from 7.30pm. Students interested in being part of the 2012 SEDA program are urged to attend.

ON THE BALL: Cameron McGlashan believes he has a future in sport. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN

CAMERON McGlashan is a talented cricketer who firmly believes his future lies somewhere around sport. As part of the inaugural Sports Education and Development Australia Bendigo program, the talented teen gets to combine his passion for sport with his studies in a manner that’s already proven to be a winner.

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In the first four years of the SEDA program, which provides young people with an alternative and practical pathway to university and/or a career in their chosen profession, more than 90 per cent of program graduates have landed on their feet at either university or in employment and apprenticeships. Cameron wants to be a teach-

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er, most probably a sports teacher, and believes he would have struggled to make it through the traditional VCE program in his pursuit of his dream. “I’d probably see myself as having dropped out by now,” the 16-year-old Eaglehawk local said. Cameron first played open age cricket for the Eaglehawk B

Grade team as a 14-year-old. He said he felt motivated to achieve more as part of the small class of 15 students who shared a similar passion for sport. “You are in a room with people that love everything you do,” he said of the classes the SEDA students sit through at the Bendigo Cycling Club rooms at the Tom Flood Sports Reserve.

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