ISSUE 848 FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 2014
A Bendigo family
HOME SAFE: Selemani Opece Ndikumana and his family are happy in Bendigo. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN
By DIANNE DEMPSEY THE only way to distinguish the brick house in Strathdale is the nine pairs of shoes which sit outside the front door. They belong to the Muslim fam-
ily of Selemani Opece Ndikumana and his wife Irakoze Nurah, their six children and a family friend. Selemani and Irakoze have come a long way to find this simple home in Bendigo. Selemani left the ethnic wars of
Burundi in East Africa in 2005. It wasnâ€™t until after two years of separation that Irakoze and their three children were able to join Selemani in Australia. In 2009, their first Australianborn child was born in Shepparton.
â€œWe were so happy to have our baby in a safe place that we called him Australia,â€? Selemani said. Once you step inside the house of many shoes you automatically brace for chaos. â€“ Continued Pages 4 and 5
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Shamrock Hotel applies to increase number of gaming machines
Bid for more pokies
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nomic impact submission to the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation. Bendigo has 614 elec-
THE Shamrock Hotel has applied to install 20 more electronic gaming machines. Greater Bendigo council received the application to increase the number of machines to 65 at the Pall Mall hotel. Residents are being asked to complete a social impact survey about the proposal. Council has until January 31 to make a social and eco-
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Council Planning and Development director Prue Mansfield encourages locals to have their say. “It is important for the city
Residents may have personal views about an application for more gaming machines tronic gaming machines at 11 venues, below the city’s maximum number of 756 machines.
to provide accurate information to gambling’s regulating body that fairly summarises the community’s attitude to
the proposal,” she said. “The hotel is one of Bendigo’s most iconic buildings located on a prominent shopping and dining strip. “Residents may have personal views about an application for more gaming machines at the historic hotel.” Locals over the age of 18 can complete the survey until January 24. To have your say, complete the survey via http://www.bendigo.vic.gov.au.
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DRAGON TIME: The new year will be celebrated. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN THE Bendigo Chinese Association has issued an open invitation to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The event is the most important festival and celebration to Chinese people. Locals are invited to join the festivities on Saturday, February 1 at the Dai Gum San Precinct starting at 6.30pm.
For the first time this year, you can see performing carp as well as carp morphing into dragons. The new dragon float will make a grand entrance as it arrives at the Bendigo Chinese Precinct. This will be a contemporary interpretation of an ancient tale
of the carp changing into a dragon. The BCA said it was an exciting way to tell the story while respecting the deep cultural links to the dragon. The Plum Blossom Dance Team, Chinese Lion dancing and much more will also welcome in the Chinese New Year.
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Fourth hot day in a row puts city on high alert
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Bendigo on fire watch By CHRISTINE McGINN
BENDIGONIANS are on fire alert today as the mercury is set to soar. Today is expected to reach 43 with a Severe Fire Rating Warning in place across the Northern Country district. Bendigo has sweltered through its second hottest and longest recorded heat wave since Black Saturday this week. The Country Fire Authority have issued a state-wide Total Fire Ban today to prepare for the extreme heat and weather conditions. CFA community education co-ordinator Paul Tangey said the fire ratings reflect this week’s hot and dry weather conditions.
“There have been three Total Fire Ban days in a row which is pretty severe,” he said. “But it is put on for a reason, to alert people that conditions are extreme.” The mercury rose to 43.8 on Monday, Bendigo’s hottest day
Bendigo hospital’s Emergency Department with heat-related illnesses. Dehydration and heat-related injuries have raised the ED’s workload by up to 50 per cent. Bendigo Health emergency medical physician Nathan
Wednesday night dropped to only 28.6°C, easily the hottest night in the city’s history since Black Saturday’s 45.4 and the hottest January temperature on record. Wednesday night dropped to only 28.6°C, easily the hottest night in the city’s history. An increased number of patients have also presented to
Bushby said a broad range of people have been suffering. “In my 15 years in emergency medicine, I think it’s the hottest and longest stretch I’ve been involved in and I am certainly seeing the greatest number of people,” Dr Bushby said.
More staff have been rostered to cater to the emergency department’s increased demand. Bendigonians also struggled to sleep on Wednesday night as the mercury only dropped to 28.6, another heat record. Yet, Mr Tangey stressed today’s conditions would not mimic the destruction of Black Saturday. “People need to stay alert, be aware of their local area and keep up to date with information. People need to make sure they are continuously ready,” he said. “People can’t get complacent, a fire can happen at anytime.”
LODDON Campaspe councils have joined forces with other regional and rural municipalities to seek renewal of vital State Government funding programs. Three state programs have delivered $360 million over four years for initiatives in rural and regional areas through the Country Roads and Bridges ($160m), Local Government Infrastructure ($100m) and Putting Locals First ($100m) funding streams. Chair of the Loddon Campaspe Councils group and Greater Bendigo mayor Barry Lyons said councils need to show a united front and demonstrate the valuable role that State funding had played. Greater Bendigo council has received $2m from the LGIP for the new generation Bendigo Library and $200,000 from the PLFP for the Safe Transport Space in central Bendigo
HEATWAVE PROMPTS A WATER SAFETY WARNING AS Bendigo lives through a heat wave, police are sending a timely reminder to play it safe around the water, and limit alcohol intake when swimming or keeping an eye on the kids. Bendigo Emergency Management Acting Inspector Pat Ryle said there was a tendency for people to be complacent with water safety, particularly when consuming alcohol. “Lake Eppalock is one of many lakes which is full this summer and is a great place to spend a hot day; however caution must always be taken around the water,” Inspector Ryle said. “Boaters are also reminded that there is a zero blood alcohol limit for those operating a vessel under 21 years of age and their supervisor, and a .05 blood alcohol limit for those over 21.”
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ROAD GEAR: Rohan Tonkin and Geoff Berry are ready for the Centre State Swap Meet this weekend.. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN
Rodders roll up for the 22nd swap meet DO you have a part missing? We are talking about your car of course, but if you do, the swap meet is here. For the 22nd time, the Centre State Swap Meet is on at Lord’s Raceway on McIvor Road on Sunday. Every part you want could be
there, you just don’t know until you look. If cars are your thing, there is also a show and shine which will include everything from vintage to hot rods and muscle cars. Co-organiser Rick Christiensen said sites are available for $25 if
you have wares to share. “You can book a site from 4pm until 6pm at the site or from 6am on Sunday,” he said. “On Saturday we have a swap meet eve event, with the club rooms open from 4pm and live music from 7pm.”
Admission to the swap meet is from 7am and costs $6 per adult with under 14s free. Cars for sale and show and shine $10. The show and shine fee includes all legally seated passengers. Details from Rick on 0414 717 707. – Steve Kendall
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Contributing for decades By CHRISTINE McGINN
MUSLIMS have been living, working and contributing in Bendigo for decades. The Weekly spoke with a local Muslim community member, Heri Febriyanto about living in Greater Bendigo. Bendigoâ€™s Muslim community has outgrown its small prayer space at La Trobe University. â€œLa Trobe University was kind enough to provide a very small space for prayers about 15 years ago to cater for the growing number of Muslim students and community,â€? Dr Febriyanto said. But the proposed Bendigo Islamic Centre will feature a place of worship, general community facilities for social and sporting activity use. People of all faiths are invited to visit and use the facilities. â€œThe mosque itself will be open to all to visit,â€? he said. â€œThe greatest benefit it will bring to all the citizens of Bendigo, both Muslim and non-Muslim
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THE cityâ€™s fi built in East rst mosque is set to be education facilitie s, a food Bendig cal materials with a coffee court The $3 million o. production. will be sourced for its Bendigo Islamic three-bedroom shop and snacks, a chitects said the two-sto Centre planne use buildin caretak The poly-ca g was design rey, multi- ing in with will feature d for Rowena Street two ancillary rooms er home and â€?comm rbonate, corruga ed to have a the rest of the iron will also be unity functio commodate two prayer halls to ac- part of the buildin ted nity withou commu- als dome uses Australian g. â€œThe buildin nâ€?. t impact and reflects materiAbout 150 lim commu the cityâ€™s growing Musa traditional Muslim familie around a series g is designed community [landsc ing the outside rian dome. nity. use the 2000-s ape]. Victos will of courtyards. A community â€œWe have tried to make for prayer and quare-metre space building is more a sports hall, The Bendig community The mosque much office, community tre than prayer the be developed o Islamic Centre will cen- those more Asher Greenw uses. hall. It has in in Melbourne].. open [than half signed for ood of GKA been deof it comple three stages with many . so the whole community â– Arâ€œWe have triedgroups,â€? he said. can go.â€? on the two-he ted in the first stage to link the buildThe centre ctare lot. tralian-Muslim will reflect an Auscommunity and loď€´Continued Page 12
At first there is a tumble of smiling and shy children: the baby Opese Yamba, 2, Sultanat, 4, Irakozeâ€™s only little girl, Sydney, 10, whose name was inspired by the Olympic Games which Selemani watched in Burundi, Cress, 12, and the oldest child, Spain Madrid, 15. Also visiting the family is nine-year-old Ickral, the child of family friends. Quickly though, the tumble of children settles. Sultanat, Irakozeâ€™s little girl stays by her motherâ€™s side on the couch and the oldest child, Spain Madrid, stays to listen to the interview with his parents. The other children have retreated to the kitchen to play games, giggle and draw. The calmness comes from the structure that lies at the heart of the family. â€œPraying together gives us guidance,â€? Selemani said. â€œThe children settle down. We are quiet, we are peaceful, we meditate. We pray here in the living room for five or 10 minutes, five times a day. We pray before the sun comes up, in the afternoon, late afternoon, evening and night. â€œI kneel at the front and
lead the prayers. â€œThe little ones donâ€™t have to do this. If the older children complain I say to them that God gave us 24 hours a day. He gave us life. Surely you can give God back a few minutes each day and say â€˜thank youâ€™ to him.â€? Irakoze agrees that the prayers and adherence to the Koran keeps the family relaxed.
He gave us life. Surely you can give God back a few minutes each day â€œHowever, it would be much better if we had a mosque where the whole community can comes together and pray,â€? she said. â€œAt the mosque we teach the children together, it is also a social time as well.â€? Slight, demure and shy, Irakoze wears the traditional veil or jihab. She drives a car and like
any other mother takes her children to kindergarten and school and sometimes participates in school activities. Personally, she hasnâ€™t had any negative responses to her veil. â€œIt is not like I wear a burqa which covers women almost completely, allowing only their eyes to be visible, which is much more extreme,â€? she said. Selemani says that the people of Bendigo have been kind and generous to him and his family. â€œI have been looking for work since coming to Bendigo in 2008. I was a jeweller in Burundi. I started a jewellry course at RMIT but the travelling was too difficult.,â€? he said. â€œI found casual work at IGA and at the moment I am working as a casual delivery driver for Crusts delivering pizzas. â€œThis is how kind people are, at Crusts they make special halal pizzas for me and my family to take home.â€? Muslims are only allowed to eat halal food under Islamic law. The most common example of non-halal food is pork. Apart from pork other items must be prepared in a particular way.
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in peace Selemani studied mining at BRIT but the jobs which have come up are too far away. “We don’t want to be separated any more. Irakoze was by herself for two years with three children in a very dangerous place. We don’t have a lot of money but we have enough,” Selemani said. “We don’t go out very often but we are comfortable and happy here. “What you get, you eat, what you can’t get, it doesn’t matter. What matters is that our children are safe and we
tralia came to me from nowhere and offered me a passport. “Where did he come from, I asked myself? It was like a miracle. I look at what happens to refugees now on the boats and think how lucky I was. “I soon found myself on a plane heading for Australia and then I started crying. “Where is Australia? I didn’t know. It was the other side of the world. In my mind I thought I would end up in Europe.
The Koran tells us to live in peace and help each other. There are many similarities between Christianity and Islam have opportunities for their future.” Selemani’s philosophical position comes from a place where each day was lived in constant danger. The ethnic conflicts were escalating in Burundi and determined to get out he made his way to Mauritius in 2005. “There was no provision for refugees in Mauritius. I was praying every day for God to help me and then one day God sent a man to me –from Australia,” he said. “Through the United Nations the man from Aus-
“Bendigo feels like home to us now. My children have a safe future. We don’t worry about being a different colour. “Even in Africa people fight each other because of colour or religion. They hide behind religion to fight. “The Koran tells us to live in peace and help each other. There are many similarities between Christianity and Islam. “Mary, the mother of Jesus, wore a veil. Our women are simply being modest and following tradition. “Sometimes Irakoze gets
FOLLOWING TRADITION: Irakoze Nurah and Opese Yamba Ndikumana share a meal. lonely. We would all like a mosque in which we can come together and pray. We are starting from a dream, and will gradually build on the dream.”
Spain Madrid, the oldest child who has been sitting quietly on the couch, the child of Selemani and Irakoze’s courage, said he is not sure what he wants to do
when he leaves school, but he knows he wants to go to university. He has many good friends at school, plays soccer and is an excellent runner. If he were
Shepparton offers a welcome By ANTHONY RADFORD
SHORTLY after the 9-11 attacks, the Shepparton community united. It decided to hold an interfaith religious ceremony. “It was unusual to see the local catholic Monsignor preaching inside the local mosque,” Ethnic Council of Shepparton manager Chris Hazelman said. For the city, an hour and a half from Bendigo, this was nothing new. Shepparton has three mosques, with council recently approving a fourth, and a stunning Sikh temple. “It proudly started off with the Albanian community who built the first mosque in Victoria
in Shepparton in 1960,” Greater Shepparton City mayor Jenny Houlihan said. “The trowel that laid the first bricks in 1956 is in the Immigration Museum in Melbourne. “We are very proud of that history. “We also have a Turkish mosque, an Iraqi mosque and we have just issued a permit for a new mosque for the Afghanis. “To us it is quite a normal thing and does reflect the diversity of our community.” Throughout the 54-year history of the mosques, and the decades of community involvement beforehand, the locals have taken it all in their stride. “I believe everybody in our
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“Shepparton has its fair share of people who put that sort of stuff on facebook, but with four operating mosques and a Sikh temple, it largely goes unnoticed. “Shepparton is an example of
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www.bendigoweekly.com.au SHELF LIFE: Matt Jackel and Shae Hellstedt take a behind scenes loom at the new library interior. Photos: ANDREW PERRYMAN
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Car spa boss plans Beetle monument By CHRISTINE McGINN
SECURING its position as Australiaâ€™s â€œVee-Dubâ€? capital, Bendigo is pinning itself on the motoring map. A vintage red 1974 Volkswagen Beetle will be erected on a pole 1.5 metres above Oasis Car Spa. OCS owner and VW lover Andrew Brose will restore the vehicle to its former glory before bolstering the classic vehicle about his Strathdale business. â€œThe car is core to our business. We want people to come and see the car and we want to bring a tourism VW monument to Bendigo,â€? he said. Mr Brose said the tourism monument will attract visitors and highlight the cityâ€™s esteemed record of most VWs per capita in Australia. â€œThe car will create a bit of an icon for the community,â€? he said. â€œIt will add an attraction to Bendigo but at no cost to council. This way there is no up front or ongoing costs for council and we have plenty of car spaces for visitors.â€? The monument is ex-
Book a new visit THE move back into the new generation Bendigo library is well under way with all collections now relocated to the redeveloped building. Over the past 12 months the library has been located temporarily in the former Bendigo Advertiser Building in Pall Mall while a redevelopment of the original library took place. Goldfields Library Corporation interim chief executive officer Sue Howard said staff were excited to be back in the new-generation Bendigo library and putting the collections back in place. â€œThe new building looks fantastic and staff are working hard to pre-
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pected to cost $3200 with Mr Brose restoring the car and engineers constructing the plans and structure. Deniliquinâ€™s ute on a pole, Wentworthâ€™s tractor and Hayâ€™s Mini on a pole were the driving forces behind the idea. The Volkswagenâ€™s significance to Bendigo will be printed on an information board at ground level. The board will give details about the car, Volksclub Bendigo and the cityâ€™s major car events. Volkswagen Club of Victoria president Lloyd Davies said Bendigo had â€œone of the strongest clubs in Australiaâ€?. Eighty-five Volksclub Bendigo club members own more 350 VW cars, dating back to the 1950s. Volksclub Bendigo will celebrate its 20th birthday on March 24. Each year, the Bendigo Easter Festival draws Volkswagen enthusiasts and tourists to the show â€˜n shine in the city. Mr Brose hopes council will see its value as a tourist monument to the city. â€œI would like to think this will get over the line,â€? he said.
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Support grows for Thomsons LOCALS are generously supporting the Thomson family after the Rosalind Park tree tragedy last month. Goodstart Early Learning centre Golden Square is celebrating Patiya Thomson’s life on Saturday between 10am to 1pm. Children will be entertained with pony rides, face painting, a wildlife display and a sausage sizzle. A silent auction will run throughout the celebration day to raise funds for the Kristy Thomson Appeal. Twelve local bands will also rock out at the Golden Vine Hotel on February 2 to raise funds for the Thomson family. The rock pub day will draw a crowd from 11am to 10pm at the King Street pub. Owners Mark Elliott and Liz Wright decided to help after understanding the challenge of losing a child. Event entry is $10 for adults and a gold coin donation for children under 18 with food platters on sale all day. A motorcycle ride and family day will also kick off at the Allies Hotel on February 16. The ride will start at 10am and participation
costs $10. Locals are also invited to the hotel at 1pm with $10 entry and food provided. Five fundraising events have already run since the start of the year. Community organising committee spokesman Michael McKern said the community support for the family was staggering. “While the family gathers around Kristy to support her... the community is working hard behind the scenes to help in any way possible,” he said. “A group of concerned locals have joined forces to co-ordinate the fundraising events to ensure the best outcome for Kristy and the family.” Ms Thomson remains in the Alfred Hospital with serious spinal injuries but attended her daughter’s funeral on Monday. Locals can donate at any Bendigo Bank branch or online at www.bendigobank.com.au/foundation/ kristythomson. If people are planning fundraising events and would like to be included in the publicity please email firstname.lastname@example.org. au. For all other enquiries, please contact Michael McKern on email@example.com.
Bendigo Weekly – Friday, January 17, 2014 CLOSE LOOK: Councillors James Williams, Mark Weragoda and mayor Barry Lyons with Greater Bendigo council’s acting CEO Stan Liacos at the airport. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN
Runway a hot topic By CHRISTINE McGINN
HEAT is causing significant damage to Bendigo’s ageing airport runway. Almost at the end of its lifespan, the top layer of the runway’s tarmac is bubbling and crackling as the mercury rises. Greater Bendigo council is lobbying the Federal Government to commit $5 million to stage two of the air-
port’s redevelopment. Mayor Barry Lyons said stage two was crucial. “There have been no significant infrastructure upgrades or improvements to the runway since it was built in 1970, which is inappropriate for a city of Bendigo’s size and nature,” he said. “Apart from some ad hoc repairs as required, the runway has virtually been left untouched and as a result it
is now deteriorating rapidly.” A $15m, 1.5-kilometre runway would be built under stage two. Council and the Victorian Government have already committed $5m each towards the project. More than 25 hangar spaces are being built under the stage one works. Council acting chief executive officer Stan Liacos said the north end, where
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Family life rebuilt â€œItâ€™s a good spot, close to town. You donâ€™t think you are in the bush until something like that happens,â€? he said. Mr Kidd said Bendigo was not prepared for the fire, he waited for the fire engines to come but they only came after it passed. â€œEverybody learnt a lesson that day and took up their own personal cause, â€œ wife Pauline said.
It was just chaos that day, where the roads were blocked sides, Mr Kidd knew he was in danger. â€œIt was just chaos that day, where the roads were blocked,â€? he said. The fire raced up the pine trees in his yard, swiftly charring the parts and semirestored cars before tearing down the family home. Fortunately, Mr Kiddâ€™s wife and children were safe at a birthday party in Kennington. They had left earlier before the fire broke out. Mr Kidd said they â€œlost it allâ€?. Five years on, the lessons learnt are about rebuilding and growth but more importantly, the strength of the community.
â€œIt really was a day where everybody had to step up, where ever they were, whatever they were doing. People were doing things without thought about their own life.â€? Bendigoâ€™s community spirit was alive on one of Victoriaâ€™s darkest days. â€œThere were about 15 blokes saving a house, three houses up. It was incredible. If they hadnâ€™t been there another two houses would have gone down,â€? Mr Kidd said. Mr Kidd felt the community spirit when friends and strangers would come to their lot days after to check on the family.
He recounted the numerous locals who brought things to help, offered assistance and listened to their story of survival. Mrs Kidd said the whole community grieved for the loss of homes and importantly one life, taken on that fateful day. â€œIt was important for the community to share in that grief and help. It was part of their process too,â€? she said. â€œWhen something like this happens it awakens your potential of something you donâ€™t even realise you are capable of and makes you step out of that comfort zone.â€? With smiles, the Kidds said their new home was â€œthe joy on the other sideâ€?. â€œIt took two years before the green came back. As soon as we started building the house, the rain came,â€? Mr Kidd said. The Kidds moved into their new home on the same block in 2011. While sitting under the verandah of their new home, Mrs Kidd stressed the importance of growth. â€œYou need to get your reality into perspective of what is important,â€? she said. â€œLife is for living.â€?
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A ROARING fire tore around Craig Kiddâ€™s West Bendigo home, stretching along all but one side. The inferno heat and dark, smoke ridden sky are clear as day for the Black Saturday survivor. Unaware of the unfolding danger, Mr Kidd said his Sparrowhawk Road neighbour alerted him to the Maiden Gully fire. â€œI was just waiting for it to cool down to finish a job,â€? he said. A car restorer, Mr Kidd, said the fire tore to the far east of his property before fireballs raced across the hill. By the time Mr Kidd saw the fire racing, it had jumped
the road and was heading along the gully. â€œIt was just so quick, it just blew through one of the houses that had a wire fence,â€? he said. â€œThere were bushes on the fence line leading to the house and then the house was on fire. â€œThere was nothing I could do. It didnâ€™t seem real.â€œ Surrounded on three
NEXT month will mark five years since Bendigoâ€™s greatest natural disaster. One man died and 58 homes were destroyed in the Bendigo Black Saturday fire on February 7, 2009. As the anniversary looms, Bendigo will remember the utter devastation and the heroic acts it inspired. In the coming weeks, the Bendigo Weekly will share the journey and memories of those affected by the fires, in the lead-up to the anniversary.
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Working for a cancer cure LaST year, local business woman Lisa Smith rallied together numerous Bendigo businesses to raise funds to support Ovarian Cancer australia. Together, they raised more than $10,000. â€œI was completely blown away by the generosity of everyone involved,â€? Mrs Smith said. â€œIt was a fantastic outcome but thereâ€™s still so much work to be done. We are hoping to do even better this year.â€? The fundraiser is on again this February and Mrs Smith, herself a survivor of ovarian cancer, is calling on volunteers to sell teal ribbons and emery boards. â€œLocal businesses can get involved by agreeing to sell merchandise in their stores and offices,â€? she said. â€œWe also need volunteers who are willing to sell ribbons in shopping centres and other public places. Itâ€™s about awareness as much as anything else. â€œWe want to talk to people â€“ spread the word about this horrible disease. â€œIt can be difficult to diagnose ovarian cancer because the symptoms are ones that many women will have from time to time. â€œWomen who are diagnosed with ovarian cancer report four types of symptoms most frequently.â€? These are abdominal or pelvic pain, increased abdominal size or persistent abdominal bloating, needing to urinate often or urgently and feeling full after eating a
STRIKE NOW: Police CFA and neighbourhood watch members ask you to say something about arson.
Tackling arson BUSHFIRES are very much in our minds this week, but too many of those fires are either deliberately or recklessly lit. Crime Stoppers Victoria has joined with the State Government and Emergency Services against those who put the lives and livelihoods of Victorians at risk. â€œWe are asking the community to be our eyes and ears over summer,â€? Crime Stoppers Victoria chief executive officer, Samantha Hunter said. Information provided to Crime Stoppers is confidential and is passed directly on to police for fur-
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pers is focusing on both deliberately and recklessly lit fires. Reckless activity includes failing to properly extinguish a camp fire or using tools or machinery that create sparks on a high fire danger day. If you think you have information about someone in your community who is deliberately lighting fires or engaging in reckless behavior in regard to fire call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 for a confidential conversation. If you see smoke or flames call 000 immediately.
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their families. â€œPlease get behind this. Itâ€™s a fantastic cause. as a person who has survived this disease I feel obliged to do everything I can to help other sufferers and their families. My personal mission is to see all Bendigonians wearing a teal ribbon with pride this February.â€? If you are interested in selling Ovarian Cancer merchandise, please contact Lisa Smith or Kate Griffiths on 5442 6093.
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ADDING COLOUR: Axel Cail at the St Liborious Play Group. AN ice-cream brand has added new flavour to Loddon Mallee Kids with some equipment. The local not-for-profit group assists families with premature babies and has recently received a donation from Aussie ice cream brand, Cold Rock Ice Creamery.
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The playgroup offers respite and support to children and their parents. The $500 donation will be used to assist the playgroup to buy play equipment to enable the children to play outdoors on warmer days. This is something the group has wanted to provide for some time.
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PRESSURE’S ON: Junior doctors Chris Xu, Kerian Robinson and Caitlin Brabazon get hands on. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN NEW junior doctors were learning the ropes this week with orientation at Bendigo Health. The 35 new doctors will soon start their 12-month internships. Bendigo Health chief medical officer André Nel said it was great to see so many medical graduates opting to further their training here in Bendigo. “Working as a junior doctor can be very rewarding and also very de-
manding. The internship provides new doctors with an opportunity to further develop their skills in a supported environment,” Dr Nel said. This year, 20 of the interns are Monash University graduates, nine are graduates of the University of Melbourne, and six have graduated from other medical schools. Many of the interns have previously undertaken clinical rotations in
Bendigo during their training. Of last year’s interns, soon to be hospital medical officers or HMOs, 11 will continue working at Bendigo Health in 2013. “This is good news for Bendigo Health and residents,” Dr Nel said. “Interns who are training with us are also choosing to continue to live and work in Bendigo and throughout the Loddon Mallee region.”
SOLD ON SUCCESS: Rory Somerville and Brenton Mason with Keith and Karen Sutherland. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN
Young guns join the team NEW Bendigo real estate company Sutherland Property has pulled off somewhat of a coup. The small husband-and-wife team of Keith and Karen Sutherland have added two of Bendigo’s real estate young guns to their business. Rory Somerville and Brenton Mason have joined the company with a wealth of experience in, and passion for, the local industry. “Their youth, drive and ambition to succeed in helping both vendors and purchasers will add
to the 50 years’ experience that Karen and I both have,” Mr Sutherland said. “As a team we have so much to offer, both with experience, energy and new and innovative marketing ideas.” Mrs Sutherland said the additions made the company a “real” real estate alternative. “We are blown away to have Rory and Brenton on board as this takes our new business to a whole new level,” she said. “We have been overwhelmed by the public support in our first
six months of business and believe that we have so much more to offer in the future. “With the inclusion of Rory and Brenton we are able to continue to offer the Bendigo community our support of important fundraising activities, as this is something that Rory has done and believes in as its part of his philosophy to give back and help others.” Contact Rory on 0409 195 658 or Brenton on 0466 897 917 or call the office on 5441 7755 for more details.
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N the eve of its annual gay Mardi Gras the town of Horneville is destroyed by a flood. Mikey Brown, founding member of Pentecostal church NuDay and host of its cable show, Shopping for Jesus, embarks on a mission of mercy with her two sons and a trailer load of care packages. Talent, the eldest, struggles with the loss of his father eight years ago and is preoccupied with the shame of his burgeoning sexuality. Eight year old Mustard, convinced his father is alive somewhere in Horneville, is determined to find him. Gina Donaldson, nurse at Horneville hospital, is â€œa shadow in her own lifeâ€?, taught by her alcoholic father and suicidal mother to repress emotion and eschew hope. However her protective â€œcool absenceâ€? starts to fray as staff and patients are trapped
for days while the water rises, the power fails and the hospital sinks into chaos. When help fails to arrive she is forced to make a horrifying decision. Heymanâ€™s fifth novel is inspired by events surrounding the floods in Queensland and the Hurricane Katrina disaster in New Orleans. It is a richly layered book with complex and convincing characters, exploring familial breakdown, the nuances of faith, hope and belief and the struggle between our moral and immoral selves in the midst of chaos. Despite the bleak subject matter it is ultimately redemptive and darkly humorous. In particular Heyman is unflinching in her satirical portrayal of NuDay and its mutation from â€œsomething true and fresh and goodâ€? into a disquieting blend of church and commerce, with Jesus Super-Hero dolls, Shop for Je-
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Open for culture It was no surprise to see a range of reactions when the Bendigo Weekly revealed plans last week for the cityâ€™s first mosque. A number of what can only be described as fringe lunatics from outside Bendigo tried their best to upset the apple cart, mostly on facebook. The good news is that didnâ€™t work. An opposition facebook page, mostly made up of locals, quickly muted any significant damage or influence. The Bendigo Weekly decided this week to show Bendigo for what it really is. Bendigo is not a nasty, antianything community. It is inclusive, welcoming and compassionate. The experiences of Selemani Opece Ndikumana and Irakoze Nurah and their family are proof of that.
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Since coming to Bendigo in 2008, they have received nothing but support. Selemani said the people of Bendigo have been kind and generous to him and his family. This has to be celebrated. Bendigoâ€™s population will always be predominantly made up of those with an Anglo European heritage.
That is our history and our culture and traditions reflect that, and always will. The cityâ€™s leaders, be they politicians, councillors, senior business or community leaders, will also be dominated by that demographic. But times are changing. It will only be a matter of time before someone born outside Australia becomes mayor, or the Member for Bendigo West. Rather than criticising or dreading it, letâ€™s celebrate it. The Chinese brought a wealth of history and culture to Bendigo during the Goldrush, and we treated them poorly. Letâ€™s not make the same mistakes again. The experiences of Selemani and Irakoze and their family prove that Bendigo is an open place. It is open for business, open for culture, open for all.
Shooting the messenger
By KEITH SUTHERLAND
IT has been quite disturbing to read some recent press releases about Detective Senior Sergeant Ron Iddles from the homicide squad regarding his presentation at The Blokes Biggest Lunch in Bendigo back in November. As the organiser of that event I am really disappointed with the criticism of Ron who gave an unbelievable presentation of the consequence of things that can go wrong if we donâ€™t look after our mates. That was the message that was being conveyed on the day and certain sections of the media and people of public profile have completely taken his talk out of context. Before the presentation Ron was at pains to say that certain parts of his presentation were quite graphic and confronting and some may wish to look away. He said some of the photos to be shown had already been in the public domain. As the organiser I still have had not one complaint from those who attended and to my knowledge donâ€™t know that anyone from Bendigo has objected. Iâ€™m not sure where this criti-
cism has come from and it seems to me that someone or others maybe have another agenda because I have had nothing but praise for having organised Ron to speak at our event. I have had just so much support for our event and Ron with several guests asking that I get Ron back again this year. As a society I believe that we owe Ron a debt of gratitude for the
family supports Ronâ€™s message should be enough to acknowledge the very strong message that Ron delivers. The presentation was not solely about the Jill Meagher case but there were several others but nobody is talking about them? I can deeply sympathise with the affected families and it must be horrendous for them all but letâ€™s
I applaud you and I am so sorry that our event has caused you so much anguish amazing work that he does not only protecting us but can you imagine being involved in more than 300 homicides he is owed our thanks, not criticisms from certain sections The other thing that is lost in all of this is that Ron attended our event without any fee or payment because he feels itâ€™s so important getting the message out to as many people as possible. That message is the importance of protecting mates and reporting things when people are at their wits end. Also the fact that Jill Meagherâ€™s
not forget the message on the day and acknowledge that we all have a role to play in looking after others To Ron I applaud you and I am so sorry that our event has caused you so much anguish as it is not deserved and the sections of the media that are still carrying on should come clean as to what their motives are. As a society we should be totally indebted to Ron and his work and should be supporting him not trying to drag him down. Keith Sutherland is a board member of Bendigo Publishing.
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More to Bendigo than tourism Based on constant media coverage, Greater Bendigo council City Futures director stan Liacos’ exaggerated claims, and council’s generous financial support, you might get the impression that tourism is the key driver of the local economy. It is not. Ratepayers should be aware of a few details. Based on available 2011 data, Greater Bendigo has 18 industry sectors. Tourism is one sector; other sectors include agriculture, finance and manufacturing. While tourism has a role to play, it only makes up four per cent of Greater Bendigo’s economic activity or approximately $400 million and employs about 1600 people. Oddly, council provides a near $10 million net pro-rata recurrent and capital annual ratepayer subsidy support to tourism and related services. That money is primarily accounted for through council based wages, marketing and promotion via the City Futures directorate. Unfortunately, council fails to apply any realistic and public cost benefit analysis to that $10 million spend, preferring to rely on glamour and glossy projects to justify its spending. By comparison the 17 non-tourism industry sectors combined earn over $9 billion or 96 per cent of the city’s economic activity, and employs about 36,000 workers, yet receives a small ratepayer support of about $2.5 million. an open-minded person couldn’t help but conclude that council’s backing for the 17 non-tourism sectors is trivial and completely out of balance.
support for tourism is unrealistically out of proportion to its contribution to our economy. Imagine the social, cultural, employment, economic and environmental benefits if the other 17 sectors received the $10 million and marketing support. If council adopts the recommendations of the Independent Review that seeks to redress this imbalance and looks for savings within the City Futures directorate, then the council will rid ratepayers of waste, put realism and rigour back into its public claims and better serve its residents. Michael McKenzie, Bendigo
Freedom of religious beliefs InCLUsIve or exclusive? I wonder? Where is the morality? and what of ideals? and what of the proclamations of inclusivity, diversity and vitality that Greater Bendigo council and our community expresses? Why do we accept and even welcome the extremes of Christendom yet deny in our exclusivity the practice of another spiritual/religious persuasion equally based on a belief of love and the good nature of mankind ? Religiosity belongs to all creeds. Forget notions of objections based on “planning grounds”. If the council believes in inclusivity and diversity, then to even contemplate to deny “others” their practices is surely the epitome of hypocrisy and even racist and bigoted? surely, we should rather welcome, and learn than fear and exclude? Dennis Carter, Bendigo
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Comments on the Bendigo Weekly website are, as ever, varied and welcome. Fran Stuart: Please please get kalideco out there to give 200 people a future Re plans for Bendigo’s first mosque Truly Unaligned: Good luck to Heri and the entire Muslim community within
a Bendigo. I trust and hope your vision comes to fruition and that once established the Mosque becomes a place that contributes to the local community and provides all Bendigonians with yet another place of which we can be proud – as we should be of The Great Stupa.
Stuart Robson: A step in the right direction! Chaudry: Great news ! Really liked the idea of inter-faith council. Feels great to see Bendigo being progressive and accepting much more than other places in Melbourne
Re our hottest night ever Annette Conway: That doesn’t surprise me – not much quality sleep had at our place! Sarah Nolan: Any wonder we couldn’t really sleep Roger Behrens: It was still 33 at 2.30am
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weekly words with Steve Kendall
Scrambling for room It seems the breed of hens Mrs Kendall chose have a leaning towards extra large
dear dotty... Dear Dotty, For some time now my husband has refused to shave and I have noticed that whenever the moon is full he goes out into the backyard and starts howling. Why do you think he is doing this? Deeply concerned, Edwina Dear Edwina, He has turned into a wolf – pretty obvious I would have thought.
HAVE an accommodation problem. As I have mentioned, the long-suffering Mrs Kendall has bought some hens. The chickens in question are lacewing wyandottes, pretty birds with an ultimate size in the large range. As it was all done in a bit of a hurry I ended up buying a coop rather than building one, and bought one for four to six hens. Flat pack unpacked, I built the rather flimsy house and let the pullets move in. They seemed to like their cosy house as youngsters, and went about their chicken-like activities with gusto. Fast forward a few weeks and they have grown somewhat. The poor girls squeeze in and out of the hatch, complain at dawn to get out and spend the whole day picking at food around the yard. They are growing daily and I feel the coop is nearing the end of its useful life. The birds have been an
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absolute joy to have, and they are not even producing eggs yet. They clutter around and cluck and peck. They drink water from the cats’ bowl at the same time as the cats, see the kelpie off with his tail between his legs if he strays too close, and generally have a good free range. Of course I can’t let this go on, extension plans are in the pipeline. I am actually looking forward to the project. Being chickens, I won’t have to worry too much about the plans, but no doubt I will have to have a permit from the fund-raising council.
It’s going to be a monster. I have a great pile of wooden pallets from the house build, and they will be providing the wood for the coop. I will keep the existing structure as a grand entrance, passing through to a hen palace beyond. The thing is, chickens have pretty simple tastes, and all I will need to provide is roosts and nesting boxes, ventilation and a nice sturdy wall to keep Mr and Mrs Foxy out. I have no doubt Mrs K will have more birds as time moves along, so I must plan for flock expansion too.
The way our girls are going, I’d better strengthen the floor as well. There is a danger of overdoing it of course, and if I am not careful I will find myself building verandahs and private rooms for our soon to be deliverers of eggs. I wonder if the little darlings fancy a jacuzzi? What I am really looking forward to though is the eggs they produce. The way things are heading, I reckon the eggs will be a meal in themselves, though I might have to use a coffee mug as an egg cup. twitter: @stevekendall1
Dear Dotty, I have terrible trouble staying awake at work, especially during meetings. Any tips? Simon Dear Simon, One posture I’ve always been fond of is to prop your head in your hands, covering your eyes as if you are intensely concentrating. This allows you to actually fall asleep without being seen. Alternatively ask for someone to ring your mobile, when you answer the call stand up and call out in horror, “Oh my God, my house has just been burnt to the ground!” or “Oh my God, my wife has just run off with Brynne Edelsten and cleaned out our account. You can only use this latter technique once. Dear Dotty, I am a senior citizen type
elderly lady who goes to the hairdressers only ocassionally for a perfunctory grease and oil change. Every time I go some little poppet always looks at the finished product – me with short grey and wrinkles hair and asks me if I’m going anywhere special tonight? For some reason, it really annoys me. Where do they think I’m going to go in Bendigo on a Tuesday night with my short back and sides? Marion, Maldon Dear Marion, Shock tactics are called for here. Try, “haven’t you heard of the underground S & M scene for the over 70s where you take turns with the zimmer frame?” twitter:@DearDotty
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Local food industry insider with Marika McMahon
Back to Mexico
with Jody and Brent Loam of the Willow Room, Heathcote
HE secret to a home made Mexican fiesta is to make sure you have an array of accompaniments. A bit of tomato, lime juice and coriander is all you need for a fresh salsa. If you canâ€™t be bothered flinging that together, Bendigo Wholefoods has some great salsas. Itâ€™s also worth having a couple of Mexican sauces available for those who want to increase the fire factor. For moderately less food miles, the Byron Bay Chilli Co Mango Chilli Sauce is great, youâ€™ll soon find yourself putting it on more than mexican. For a genuine touch make sure your pantry includes Salsa Picante de Chile Habanero and Picante Roja de Chile Habenero - the red and green sauces. Need even more fire? Bendigo Wholefoods also have fresh JalapeĂąo chillis. Of course, there has to be guacamole. There are some fabulous local-ish avocados available now, or stock up on them at the next Bendigo Community Farmers Market. Another option for avocados that I must get around to organising next year is Barham Avocados (www.barhamavocados.com.au) subscription. Their season is now finished and will recommence in June. Signing up to the subscription can see a box of avocados arriving at your door each month for the season, how amazing would that be, and what a wonderful way to support farmers. While I usually just combine avocados, red onion, lime juice and coriander for my guacamole you can really make it sing by adding a specially curated guacamole mix. Bendigo Wholefoods has the Herbies guacamole mix.
Q. How do you make natural yoghurt? A. Making natural yoghurt is quite an easy process but does require some attention and patience. First of all start by making sure all your equipment and utensils are clean and sanitised. Bring three litres of full cream milk to the boil then gently simmer and reduce by a third, donâ€™t rapidly boil. This ensures any bad bacteria is removed. Take off the heat and let the milk temperature drop to about 39C. When at this temperature you need to add 500 grams of another batch of natural yoghurt. This adds the bacteria into the milk that will break down the lactose. Strain the mixture into a clean container, cover with cling film and leave for 24 hours in a slightly warm spot. After 24 hours the mixture should be thickened and sour. Strain this into clean containers and chill before using.
ADDED SPICE: The flavour of Mexico is hot, hot, hot.
Thereâ€™s also a great one from Gewirshaus, the fabulous spice shop in Lygon Street. Now really that should be enough but to up the vegetable intake on a summer evening, include some grilled corn in your Mexican spread. If you are like me you will never be able to perfect it tasting as good as the versions served at Wahaca (London) and Mamasita (Bourke Street, Melbourne). However, it is pretty easy to cobble together something similar by grilling corn on the barbie, then dressing with some mayonnaise with chillis added, some finely shredded parmesan cheese, some cayenne and a squeeze of lime. In a cross-cultural fusion I find the kewpie mayonnaise works a treat for this when you add
some habenero chillis you have soaked for about 20 minutes. The final touch of food fossicking to be added to this, donâ€™t be tempted with Corona â€“ the local Brookes Pale Ale goes a treat with Mexican. Hope you soon find cooking Mexican style a lot of fun, just make sure you still head to the Mexican Kitchen every now and again as well â€“ we all carry that secret love for those fajitas.
Q. What is suet? A. If anyone made their own Christmas puddings last year you probably added suet that was found in the flour aisle at the supermarket. Real suet is actually beef or mutton fat, usually a hard white fat found around the animals organs. Ask your local butcher for some the next time you make a pie and use the suet to make the best pie pastry. I use suet, self raising flour, iced cold water and salt.
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HE district has a growing number of farmersâ€™ markets on offer, full of fresh and delicious local produce. Here are this weekendâ€™s selections: Heathcote Regonal Farmersâ€™ Market Stalls such as local pork from McIvor Farm Foods; beef from Warialda Belted Galloways; award winning handmade cheese from Locheilan Farmhouse Cheeses and Godfieldâ€™s Farmhouse Cheese; walnuts from Redesdaleâ€™s Boonderoo Co; local Heathcote Region wines and olives; fresh fruit and veggies; heritage vegetable seedlings; flowers; honey; sourdough bread; a diverse range of preserves, jams, sauce, relish, mustards, pies, cakes, biscuits, sweet treats, take-home foods and many more. Also live alpacas and chickens. 9am to 1pm, third Saturday of the month. Barrack Park Reserve, High
Street, Heathcote. Enquiries: 0417 598 460.
Trentham Farmersâ€™ Market Trenthamâ€™s authentic Farmersâ€™ Market has a selection of dairy and goats cheeses, fresh honey, eggs and live poultry, preserves, potatoes and sourdough breads, organic and conventional produce, olive products, plants and fresh flowers, organic and conventional wines and an assortment of natural farm products. 9am to 1pm, third Saturday of the month. Trentham Town Square â€“ Trentham. Enquiries: 5424 1185. Talbot Farmersâ€™ Market A community farmersâ€™ market featuring local wineries, fresh fruit and vegies, and a large variety of stalls to reflect the diversity of the region from Ballarat to the Grampians to Hepburn, Mt Alexander and the Cen-
tral Goldfields. Including live music, locally grown produce, tastings, food, wine and more. Talbot is between Clunes and Maryborough. 9am to 1pm, third Sunday of the month. Scandinavian Crescent, Talbot. Enquiries: 5463 2001.
Q. What can you do with excess egg whites?
Koondrook Barham Farmersâ€™ Market Set on the banks of the Murray River among the wonderful river red gums and next to the historic bridge, this is one of White Hatâ€™s favourite farmersâ€™ market locations in Victoria. Local produce is central and the atmosphere peaceful.
A. Egg whites can actually be frozen and then used later. If you are making something that needs whisked egg whites like a pavlova or meringue, frozen egg whites work just as good if not better. You can also make biscotti, amoretti biscuits or some of the best summer cocktails like a aperol or pisco sour use egg whites.
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HE outback may seem a long way from Strathfieldsaye, but Bendigo film director Greg Mclean has certainly made his mark in the red centre. A mention of the film Wolf Creek is enough to set pulses racing and question if you’ll ever travel again, but Mr Mclean who grew up in Emu Creek has done it all again, with Wolf Creek 2 set for release in February. He spent his formative years going to Eppalock Primary, Marist Brothers High School then Bendigo TAFE college where he studied Art and Design. Mr Mclean has family and friends in town and visits a few times a year. “It has changed a lot over the years but you always have a special affinity to where you come from I think, for me that’s Bendigo,” he said. Mr Mclean said he was always in love with movies and a few really affected him early on. He spent about 10 years training and working around the industry before he made Wolf Creek in 2005. “From there I’ve been working steadily making my second movie in 2007, Rogue, and I’ve been writing and producing while
setting up my next directing project – which turned out to be Wolf Creek 2,” he said. Mr Mclean travelled with Wolf Creek to Sundance Film Festival in the United States and then Cannes Film Festival in France. “It was pretty eye opening for a first time filmmaker,” he said. “Screening Wolf Creek 2 at Venice was amazing and having two Wolf Creek novels published by a major publisher is something I’d never have guessed would happen.” Mr Mclean has been working on Wolf Creek 2 among a variety of other projects over the past couple of years. “I’m really proud of the finished movie and can’t wait till it hits screens. It’s the best one I’ve made so far,” he said. As film characters go, Mick Taylor takes some beating. John Jarratt brings the character to life with some very fixed views. Mr Mclean has nothing but praise for him. “He has a wealth of experience and knowledge – he’s lived a very full life and still has enormous amounts of enthusiasm for what he does,” he said.
“He really loves acting and filmmaking and so it’s great collaborating with someone who shares that kind of passion. “He’s the total opposite of the character he plays.” Wolf Creek has become part of Australian movie folklore, with Wolf Creek 2 set to follow. Is there a future for Mick Taylor? “It really depends upon how Wolf Creek 2 does,” Mr McLean said. “If people respond to this movie in a similar way to the first one then I’d be up for it. “I know John Jarratt is keen and we enjoy working together. We’ll have to wait and see.” – Full story at www.bendigoweekly.com.au
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UCH anticipated was the arrival of the special train which brought the officers and sailors of the Great White Fleet to Bendigo. September 2, 1908 was considered to be a red letter day for the citizens of Bendigo and district. Nothing in the organisation of the welcome, procession and catering had been left to chance. As I mentioned three months ago, the locomotive of the special train had been specifically decorated and was emblazoned on its front â€œWelcome Uncle Sam to the Golden City of Bendigoâ€?. Bunting and flags along with evergreens decorated the sides and top of the iron horse. It was a Wednesday and the weather was relatively mild, which augured well for the reception of the guests. Mayor John Paul Carolin was along with other local dignitaries on the platform, awaiting the arrival of the train. Mr Carolin welcomed the officer in charge, A Morrison, and introduced him to the hand-picked reception invitees. The sailors alighted from the carriages and quickly formed in ranks for inspection. The 280 men all told with 32 officers were ready to march outside the station confines. Already assembled outside were the various groups that made up the procession. Leading off was the 2nd Battalion 8th Australian Infantry band, following immediately behind was the men of the 2nd Australian Infantry Regiment, under the command of Major CH Davis, the emu feathers on their slouch hats
waving in the breeze. Next came the 2nd Battalion Senior Cadet Band along with the 2nd Senior Cadet Regiment under the command of well known Bendigonian Captain TR Henderson, boots and brass all glinted brightly. Massed bands were to follow next in line, the sound of brass carried through the streets and sent a thrill of excitement to the many lined up along the route. Wearing their smart naval uniforms which seemed hardly creased after the train journey from Melbourne, the officers marched briskly. As the men passed, the crowds along the roadway along Mitchell Street cheered loudly and clapped vigorously. All of the members of the American Fleet Welcome Committee followed along with Borough, Shire and Bendigo councillors. Mayoral and presidential robes were the order of the day. Decked out in full uniform, officers and volunteers of the Bendigo and District Fire Brigades marched immediately behind the civic representatives. The entire procession made a stirring sight. The length of the procession was considerable and among the cacophony of sound the peal of the bells of St Paulâ€™s Church could be heard. They crossed Hargreaves Street, marched into Charing Cross, the Alexandra Fountain was on their left as then up the View Street hill to the Upper Reserve, as the Queen Elizabeth Oval was then called. A significant number of school
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children attended and they lustily sang â€œThe Star Spangled Bannerâ€? after the officers of the Fleet were introduced to the Militia and Cadets. Children then sang â€œGod save the Kingâ€? followed by the massed bands then playing the same. Led by the massed bands, the officers and sailors marched to the town hall, where lunch was
served, loyalty toasts were drunk to the King, and to the United Statesâ€™ President. Prior to the procession, the Bendigo Tramways ran a five minute service and special trains brought thousands of visitors from surrounding areas. Trams ceased running on the Eaglehawk and Quarry Hill lines during the procession.
MONG the rich history of the Sacred Heart Cathedral, one particular photograph depicts the faith and solidarity of the Catholic community. Spanish influenza was bought back to Australia by soldiers in World War I and took over from the carnage, killing 3500 people in Victoria. As a result regulations issued by the government prohibited people from gathering inside buildings. This photo taken in 1919 shows Bishop McCarthy saying Mass outside the Cathedral. One of the priests, Fr Simeon Doyle, died as a result of the epidemic. â€“ Dianne Dempsey.
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IZ Riddell, exercise physiologist and remedial massage therapist has recently opened her own clinic, Ultimate Movement on the McIvor Highway, just across from the All Seasons. Liz was a former national level, figure skater until a back injury forced her retirement from skating and her dream of turning professional. Years of rehabilitation fostered a passion for helping people overcome pain, injury and their own body’s limitations. Liz thrives on helping people from all walks of life achieve their optimal health and fitness related goals. “I work with a diverse range of client’s from the elderly who are trying to stay active and prevent injury or delay the onset of full time intensive care,” Liz said. Ultimate Movement also specialises in rehabilitation, not only after injury or surgery but beforehand as well.
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Youâ€™re Invited... to spend an evening with best friends and loved ones whilst eating great food and dancing to fabulous music with our DJ.
ARK - FM
When: Day or night of your choice Where: Bendigo Pottery Function Centre What to Bring: 50 - 250 of your friends & family
BENDIGO - 87.6 MHZ EAGLEHAWK 87.8 MHZ Faith sees a difference at Church
or Religion; some sit, some kneel,
0404 943 069 or 5448 3676 firstname.lastname@example.org
some stand when praying; But God accepts only people of 'Saving Faith' saved by Christ's grace alone supernatural conversion.
"Neither...Salvation in any other"
Bendigo City Campus, P building, level 3, room P3.16 Č?&HUWLČ´FDWHÎ–Î–LQ+HDOWK6XSSRUW 6HUYLFHVSPSP Č?&HUWLČ´FDWHÎ–Î–Î–LQ+HDOWK6HUYLFHV $VVLVWDQFHSPSP Č?&HUWLČ´FDWHÎ–9LQ$OOLHG+HDOWK $VVLVWDQFHSPSP
ROCKN'ROLL and Swing Lessons at St Andrew's Hall, Myers St, Bendigo. Every Monday night at 7.30pm. Details call Frank 5446 2667
FROM THE BIBLE
LAW NOTICES RE: WESLEY BRIAN HOCKING deceased CREDITORS, next-of-kin, and others having claims in respect of the estate of the deceased, who died on the 20 March 2007 are required by the trustees, Sandhurst Trustees Limited ACN 004 030 737 of 18 View Street, Bendigo, Victoria and to send particulars to the trustee by the 18 March 2014 after which date the trustee may convey or distribute the assets, having regard only to the claims of which the trustee has notice. Sandhurst Trustees Limited, 18 View Street, Bendigo 3550
POSITION available for a chef/cook or 4th year apprentice, busy hotel bistro, must be experienced with checkable refs. Approx 30-35 hours. Contact John Williams 5446 8888 or email email@example.com
EMPLOYMENT WANTED DRIVER/WORKER SEEKING WORK. Exp trucks, tippers, forklifts, tractors, slashers & ride on mowers. HC & F/L lics. Ph Andrew 0429168497
Bendigo City Campus, P building, level 3, room P3.16 Č?&HUWLČ´FDWHÎ–Î–Î–LQ$JHG&DUH Č?&HUWLČ´FDWHÎ–Î–Î–LQ+RPH and Community Care
1300 554 248
whatâ€™s on... in association with KLFM radio 96.5FM
Saturday, January 18
Thursday, January 23
Comedy Night: Golden Vine Hotel, 135 King Street, Bendigo. Featuring Paddy Walters, Andy Mathews and more. This comedy spectacular supports children traumatised by war. Tickets $10, 5443 2162 or on the door. Table and dinner booking 5443 6063.
Dance Lessons: Spring Gully Hall. 7pm to 8.30pm, $5. Details: 5444 2953.
Dance: Spring Gully Hall, 135 Spring Gully Road, airconditioned, Music by BitzNPieces. $9 entry 8pm to midnight. Proceeds to Hall committee. Details: 5444 2953.
Details: 5442 1815.
Old Time Dance: Every Thursday night from 8pm to 11pm, $5. Eaglehawk Senior Citizens Hall, Darling Street, Eaglehawk.
Monday, January 20
Microcosm: an exhibition by Sharon Greenaway: until February 28, Bendigo Pottery CafĂŠ
Dance: Spring Gully Hall. CDs 7.30pm to 9.30pm, $4. Details 5444 2953.
Skin: Kim Anderson: until February 16, La Trobe Visual Arts Centre
Wednesday, January 22
Between the Dawn and Dusk: Cali Myers: until February 28, La Trobe Visual Arts Centre
Dance: New Vogue and English Sequence. Spring Gully Hall. CDâ€™s, 7.30pm to 10pm $5. Details: 5447 0567.
Bush Arcadia: until February 2, Bendigo Visitor Centreâ€™s Living Arts Space
TRAINING & EDUCATION
ON TRACK TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT
Ph: (03) 5446 3477 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.feo.net.au Visit: 12 Hall St Eaglehawk
Taking Enrolments Now Accredited programs
92 Queen Street, Bendigo
BENDIGO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PTY LTD Ph 0407 057 254
Earn $500 - $6,000 plus per month Part/Full Time. Full training and ongoing support provided. www.workhome4you.com
ISAIAH 9:7 Of the increase of his (Christ Jesusâ€™) government and peace there will be no end. He will reign on Davids throne establishing it... with justice and righteoueness from that time on and for ever.
Tuesday 21 January 2014
ehb are looking for a fully qualified hairdresser, full time or part time to join their team.
A HOME BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Hairdresser Wanted Immediately
Send resume C/O Kylie to ehb. Shop 12 Corner Condon St & Edwards Rd, Strathdale 3550 or Email: email@example.com
Ellis Nuttall Building
ASSISTANT PROPERTY MANAGER Bendigo Property Management Pty Ltd is a strong and mature property management business that requires the services of an assistant property manager. The position is initially part-time and would be expected to become full-time. The successful applicant would be a self-motivated, organised person with a strong interest in people. The person should be fair minded and capable of clear communication in this very interesting and sometimes demanding role. High ethical values are essential. Your skills could include a general understanding of basic book-keeping, reasonable keyboard and computer skills. A willingness to develop knowledge of the industry and the Residential Tenancies Act would be your aim.
ÂŽ Certificate III Aged Care & HACC ÂŽ Certificate III Childrenâ€™s Services ÂŽ Diploma in Childrenâ€™s Services ÂŽ Certificate IV Training & Assessment
- also available: RPL/upgrade & LLN unit ÂŽ English, Reading, Writing & Maths for adults ÂŽ Youth Empowerment Program, including
literacy & numeracy, life skills & job-search training & mentoring ÂŽ Certificate II in Engineering
Expressions of Interest Wanted: Certificate IV in Mental Health Certificate IV in Youth Work
Short Computer Courses ÂŽ Introduction to Computers
The completion of an Agentâ€™s Representative Course will be essential before or as commencing in the position. A respectable car will also be required. Applications shall be in writing only, be relatively brief in nature, with your resume, include three referees and be marked â€œConfidentialâ€? please. Please forward to Mr Hunter Gill Bendigo Property Management Pty Ltd. PO Box 332, Bendigo. Vic. 3552. Applications preferably prior to Jan 27, 2014
ÂŽ Essential Computer Skills, including:
- Microsoft Office Suite - Social media - how to make the most of it - Using cloud technology - How to use Ipads & Tablets - Internet & Email
Be encouraged to embrace your education, build your skills & achieve your potential in our unique & welcoming home of adult learning & development.
Friday, January 17, 2014 — Bendigo Weekly
HEALTH & SPIRITUALITY
New Year, New You!
Relax, Recharge, Revitalise 2014 TOURS
SA EYRE PENINSULAR MARCH 15th - 23rd NSW SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS APRIL 1st - 8th KANGAROO ISLAND MAY 18th - 23rd WA NULLABOR Play the Longest Golf Course MAY 27th - JUNE6th CAIRNS/CAPE YORK JUNE 18th - 24th MAURITIUS Sept 16th - 28th FLORIADE ACT EARLY OCTOBER NEW ZEALAND EARLY NOVEMBER HUNTER VALLEY XMAS LIGHTS EARLY DECEMBER CHRISTMAS TOUR DECEMBER 22nd - 27th
TOURS START & END AT YOUR FRONT DOOR
PH 1800 814 320
with an Aromatherapy Relaxation Massage or Reading & Flower Essence.
Don’t delay call Maxine today 0418 369-685 •
Central location • Discounts available
ELECTRICIAN All types of work. Free quotes Wiegard Electrical. Ph 0419 367 071.
Skip Bin Hire
Includes Continental breakfast each day. 2 x Meal Vouchers to Yarra Golf Club or Club Mulwala. 5 & 7 Night and Family Packages also available. Cnr Corowa & Tocumwal Rd Mulwala • www.suncountry.com.au • firstname.lastname@example.org
03 5743 1074
Classifieds 1300 558 385
FLINDERS ISLAND 5 Days 17th March .................................$2200 t/s SYDNEY - The Lion King 4 Days 24th March ...................................$950 t/s LAKES ENTRANCE 4 Days 31st March...................................$599 t/s PHILLIP ISLAND 4 Days 1st April ........................................$795 t/s TASMANIA - Autumn Time Tour 12 Days 22nd April............................Ad $3250 t/s ......................................................Pens $3200 t/s BATEMAN’S BAY 6 Days 27th April ...................................$1150 t/s ADELAIDE - VICTOR HARBOUR - Kangaroo Island 6 Days 11th May .......................$1595 t/s WARNAMBOOL -PORTLAND Great Ocean Road 4 Days 13th May ............................$750 t/s MILDURA - Wentworth 4 Days 20th May ......................................$495 t/s BROKEN HILL - The Accessible Outback 5 Days 2nd June .......................................$950 t/s PORT STEPHENS - Port Macquarie 9 Days 15th June ....................................$1950 t/s MERIMBULA - Sapphire Coast 6 Days 6th July .........................................$990 t/s LIGHTNING RIDGE - Outback NSW 7 Days 19th July......................................$1595 t/s CENTRAL AUSTRALIA - Ghan 13 Days 12 August.............................Ad $4295 t/s ..................Senior $4025 t/s.....Gov Pens $3950 t/s HERVEY BAY - GOLD COAST - Frazer Island 12 Days 14th August................................$2695t/s GOLD COAST - Outback Spectacular 10 Days 1st Sept......................................$1650 t/s KANGAROO ISLAND - Victor Harbour 7 Days 11th Sept.....................................$1875 t/s CANBERRA FLORIADE 5 Days 24th September..............................$975 t/s MILDURA COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL 5 Days 26th Sept.......................................$899 t/s EYRE PENINSULA - The forgotten Corner 7 days 7th October..................................$1695 t/s SYDNEY - Blue Mountains 7 Days 12th October................................$1695 t/s MURRAY RIVER RUN 7 Days 23rd October................................$2250 t/s HUNTER VALLEY - Christmas Lights HVG 7 Days 14th November.............................$1725 t/s
BENDIGO PICK UPS PROVIDED RING FOR A BROCHURE
Office hours for Tour Bookings & Enquiries 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday - Friday
19 Wheeler St, Shepparton. 3630
Ph 5821 3777
• Competitive rates • Loading available • Locally owned & operated
Services Offered Digger & Trenching Service •Post Holes •Trenching •Ripping •Rotary Hoeing •Levelling •4 in 1 Bucket Phone: 0419 471 541 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.
BRICKLAYERS all types of brick and block work, chimneys and fireplaces. Ph 5446 7057 or 0418 370 917.
available, prompt service. No job too big or small. Phone Will 5447 2185 or 0409 352 374
Lawn Mowing, Whipper Snipping
$35 per hr / $30 pen (inc. take away clippings). $35 per hr/ $30 pen
Rubbish Removal $70 per
load/$65 pen (incl tip fee $31) for 7x4 square box trailer.
COMPUTER SUPPORT In Home Reasonable Rates 7 days Extended hours Ph Shaun 0400 811 880
New Years Special Don't Miss Out! Paths, driveways, cross overs, sheds, small & big jobs, Cheap rates. Free quotes. Ph. 0422 424 348.
CONCRETER Driveways Paths etc Free Quotes
Ph. 0428 381 925 CONCRETER Driveways, paths, shed floors, spray on patterns, free quotes, no job too small. Ph 0408 204 114
Ph Mick 5448 5402 or 0407 448 249
PAINTING & DECORATING
PAINTING SERVICE 25+ years experience. Very reasonable rates. For a free quote phone Rod 0414 470 573
Evaporative coolers should be serviced at least ONCE PER YEAR in order to work efficiently, so to make sure you stay COOL this summer
phone Nathan: 0407 972 717
TV Tuning from $40
• Digital TV’s, Set Top Boxes & Aerials • Satellite & Computer Setups • Home Theatre, wall mount • DVD, Recorders & Austar • Installed & explained
Phone Ron on 5447 7823 or 0431 609 423
0448 713 499
BATHROOMS & KITCHENS
All types of plastering. • Home Maintenance • Tiling • Painting • Carpentry. Free quotes. Ph. Brian 0407 679 618
work by an experienced, licensed tradesman. No job too small. Available over the Christmas & New Year period
Call Garry: 0428 510 820
Millers Holes Mobile 0418 510 217.
CORY'S MOBILE BUTCHER Your Stock, Your Property PH 0400 988 663
To advertise in this section please call
1300 558 385
Sherlock Soil Works Excavator Bobcat Tipper Post Holes Trenches Site Cleans Pools Driveways Site Cuts 5 ton Excavator with Post Hole Attachment and Rock Breaker
James Sherlock Ph: 0407 472 775
BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING COM PET RATE ITIVE S • Laser Levelled Site cuts • Landscaping • Driveways • Backyard clean-ups • Postholes • Trenching
Using our 5 ton excavator 4.5 ton skid steer & ten metre tipper After Hours Ph. 5448 8814 email@example.com
Call Clint 0427 349 549
BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING • General Earthmoving • Post and Stump Hole Drilling • Site Levelling and Clearing • Soil and Rubbish Removal • Landscape Preparation • Electrical and Plumbing Trenching • Fully Licensed and Insured • Prompt Reliable Service
www.jimsdiggers.com.au FREE QUOTE - CALL 131 546
Bobcat & Tipper Hire Backhoe Trenching Post Hole Borer 200 - 600mm diameter
& PROPERTY MAINTENANCE • New Kitchens • Bathroom Renovations • Warehouse direct bathroom products
PH 0417 511 159 Shed 3/37 Collins St Kangaroo Flat firstname.lastname@example.org
BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING
Heating & Cooling. Supply and installation. Electrical and plumbing. Free quotes. Ph 0419 367 071.
Servicing all of Central Victoria • Pensioner discounts available Registered Licence No. 47315
• Holes Patched
Phone Stuart 0407 514 797 email@example.com •
BLOCKED DRAINS from $99 Sewer camera. 0427 507 685
PH: CRAIG 0449 69 29 79
NO tyres, computers or rock/ clean fill. Mattresses $10 extra
Interiors, exteriors, free quotes, no job too small, 40 yrs exp. Ph. 0407 412 977 Colin Wright
Commercial, Industrial and Domestic Earthworks w • Post Holes • 5 ton • Trenching excavator • Driveways with post hole • Site Cuts attachment • Posi Track • Site clean ups bobcat • Free Quotes
Travelling to Rural and the Surrounding Bendigo area
PH ALLAN 5447 2965 OR 0417 526 140
INSTALLATION SERVICE & REPAIRS AUTOMOTIVE
0427 096 404
CHEAP RATES - 7 DAYS PC REPAIRS OR TRAINING WINDOWS 8 READY
5446 7163 or 0418 510 074
0409 951 510
Ph: Glenn or Donna
Ph 0402 775 329 •Office & Home Cleaning •All Non-Toxic Products •Safe for around Children Call Maree 0438 052 294
Trenching, Rotary Hoeing, Post Holes, Levelling 4 in one bucket,Tipper Hire.
Affordable 7 Days.
WE COME TO YOU
Lawns, odd jobs, Tip runs. Walk behind slashing. If I can do it, I will. Phone Ash
BENDIGO AT HOME HAIRDRESSING
LITTLE RIPPER Digger Service
BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING
Pathways, Patios Garden Edging etc. Ken Tresize Ph 0419 374 062
•Colorbond and Tubular •Free Quotes Call Darin PH 0400 455 418 For 2 adults in one of our spacious Luxury Villas.
BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING
3 nights for only $250 (off peak)
CLASSIFIEDS • 27
ABN: 62 094 744 216
Site Clearing Driveways Excavation Laser Levelling Rubbish Removal
Call Ron 0438 569 385
ACN 166 595 567
SAME DAY SERVICE PHone 0400 705 886
BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING
Bobcat & Tipper pp Hire e Site Cleaning aning Driveways ys Excavation on Laser Levelling vellin ng Rubbish Removall Backhoe e
TOP SOILS & MUSHROOM COMPOST MINIMUM 4m- $50/m. FREE DELIVERY BOBCAT, EXCAVATOR & TIPPER - FREE QUOTES
Call Fred red 0 0429 429 4 434 34 405
Dave O’Dea - Owner & Operator
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Services Offered BRICKLAYERS
Bricklaying Sick of waiting for a brickie? Over 10 Years Experience Free Quotes Ph. Nathan 54354106
Commercial & Domestic
4 Seaso Seasons Garden Care
• Rural • Handrails • Retainer Walls FREE QUOTES • Ph Travis: 0477 910 720 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRE & SMOKE ALARMS
Hedges Trimmed & Shaped • Lawn Mowing • Clippings Caught & Removed • Edges Trimmed • Pruning of Roses & Fruit Trees • Ride on Mowing • Weeding & Weed Spraying • Yard Clean Ups • Planting & Mulching
FREE QUOTES, 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE Ph 0429 002 678
PROTECTING YOUR HOME AND FAMILY Residential and Rental Property Smoke Alarm Servicing & Installation $15 Site / Compliance Fee $11 per Smoke Alarm (includes batteries)
0409 173 754 Peter
Mob 0419 892 004 After Hours 5441 1493
OZ PRO FENCING • Systems built • Repairs and upgrades • Network and internet connections • Virus and Spyware removal
Jeoff Milne 5447 2476 Mob 0425 728 336
Repairs completed within 24 hours
or 0407 507 841
FENCING / GATES
Driveways, Footpaths, Patios, Sheds Colours, Paving, Retaining Walls Liability Insured - Council Approved
Ph: 0458 342 221
The Home Handyman
• Gutter & Window Cleaning • Deck, pergolas, verandah repairs and building • Painting • Plastering • Carpentry • Fences • Floating floors
NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL
Ph Dave 0439 113 795
NEED A CARPENTER?
CALL DISTINCTIVE CARPENTRY!
Renovations including bathrooms Pergolas Carports Deckings
Matt Sefton f 0418 392 559 9 CHRIS POWER BUILDING & CONCRETING
Patios, Decks, Pergolas Bathrooms, Maintenance Renovations, Concrete Paths, Shed ross overs Slabs,, Dr Driveways, Cross-overs Labor Hire Services
FREE QUOTES 0409 936 712 email@example.com
Zoom ‘n’ Groom Z
Bendigo’s No: 1 mobile grooming service
Clipping - Hydrobath - All grooming Call Eddie on 0425 69 69 52 w www.zoomngroommobile.yolasite.com
To advertise in this section please call
Call Luke Phone: 5447 1526 Mobile: 0422 897 575
Over 12 years of industry experience
$7.25 per cm/col Price includes colour, scanning of images and clip art etc.
1300 558 385
Find us at facebook.com/ZoomnGroom.Mobile
• Handymen • Domestic Cleaning • Builder • • Carpenters • Glazier • Fencing • Plastering • • Painters • Bathroom & Kitchen Renovations • • Floating Timber Floors • Paving • Concreting • • Plumbers • Decking • Electricians • • Pruning • Tiling • Tree Lopping • • Sheds & Pergolas • Lawns & Gardens •
Geoff Williams Electrical Installations
1300 558 385
Over 40 Years Service
Sanding & Polishing of all Timber & Cork Floors, New and Old
Central Victoria 13 11 98
Suite B 175 Lyttleton Tce, Bendigo firstname.lastname@example.org
I promise you a reliable & professional service at an affordable price
Phone: 0417 329 802
Jye Giri Qualified Builder
ABN: 17 467 880 353
Ph 0417 065 216 E: email@example.com
GREG SMITH ELECTRICIAN
Tired of Waiting for a Tradesman
0418 507 709RECA/H 5448 3333 7821
• 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)
7 Day Service Vacates Domestic Cleans Spring Cleans
0431 532 177 Dianne Reg ABN & Ins
“Quality assured trained professionals”
Big or small we fix it all!
• Handyman Carpentry • Window Maintenance • All Glass Repairs • Window Cleaning • Vacuuming/Mopping • Dusting • Bathrooms/Toilets • Gutters • Painting • Electrical/Plumbing • Showerscreen Repairs • Small Bathroom Mirrors • Mowing • Maintaining Trees • Hot Water Repairs • Heating Safety Checks • Gas Appliance Servicing and Repairs
Mowing and Maintenance
SMOS O C
DOMESTIC• COMMERCIAL• INDUSTRIAL HOME AUTOMATION SPECIALISTS • Shopping Centres • Service and Repairs to Air Conditioning • Factories • Switchboards • Renovations • New Homes • Phone Install • Underground
Matthew Finch 0409 811 787
0417 506 635
GET THE EXPERTS CALL US NOW! email: firstname.lastname@example.org rec 13846
For All Your Property Maintenance Needs
• Push/Ride On Mowing • Flyscreens • Concreting small jobs • Tap Washers • Doors, Handles, Locks • Gutter Cleaning • Whipper snipping • Irrigation repairs • Rubbish removal • Weeding • General yard tidy • Welding For a free quote call Pete:
0422 660 912 Pensioner discounts available. email@example.com
NOW INCORPORATING TEST AND TAG Contact us today for a free quote
(03) 5442 8900 A/H 0418 547 886 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Services Offered HOME MAINTENANCE
Outdoor lifestyle solutions
Pergolas, Decking, Patio’s & Carports. We also do home maintenance & commercial. Trade qualified.
For a free quote call Garry 0466 858 112 or 5448 5546 (AH) email@example.com
ARE YOU RENOVATING?
Peter Carr Plumbing & Gasfitting
MOBILE BATHROOM FOR HIRE (Shower, hand basin, toilet etc)
Suitable for • Renovations • Parties/Weddings • Sporting events and many more
0438 083 139 www.bettabathroomhire.com.au
Peter Hull New Homes Consultant
• Carpentry • Painting • Plaster Repairs • Fence and Gate Repairs • Lawn Mowing • No Job Too Small
Greg Hicks st same day Plumbing Fajosebrvtoicoesmall Master Plumber
• Blocked Drains • Burst Pipes • Septics • Gas Leaks & Gas Fitting • Hot Water Services • Roof Leaks • Gutters/Downpipes • Renovations • Gen Plumbing • Latest Drain Cleaning Equipment • Leak Detection QUALITY WORK AT THE RIGHT PRICE!
17 High Street,Kangaroo Flat Ph 5447 9888 • Mob: 0407 530 681 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.jgkinghomes.com.au
CALL PETER 0409 422 271 Email: email@example.com
MIDLAND PAINTING & DECORATING
• Painting & Wallpapering • Domestic & Commercial • No Job too small
ROB: 0418 718 881
TRIPPA’S PAINTING SERVICE
Ph 5446 1535
Stuart Erwin 0407 667 900 Cameron Rogister 0411 956 937
• Mobile Service Ove • Fully Insured 15 Year • Free Quotes Exper rs ience • Pensioner Discounts
Prompt efficient service at reasonable rates
Quotation gladly given
PO Box 54, Eaglehawk
To advertise in this section please call
1300 558 385
CHRIS THORNTON 0490 370 558
FULLY INSURED JOB GUARANTEE
Conditions apply. For private use only.
0417 057 010 PEST CONTROL
• Concrete tiles • Terracotta acotta tiles fing • Slate tiles • Iron roofi & MAINTENANCE SERVICES
FREE ROOF INSPECTIONS S New Roofing Re-Roofing Extensions Rebedding & Flexible Pointing Valley & Gutter Replacement
Formally “Spider Sprayers”
High Pressure Cleaning ngg De-Mossing Sealing & Painting Insurance Claims Pensioner Discounts
EXPERTS IN ALL ASPECTS OF ROOFING 5446 7751
Don Andrea Plumbing
1300 558 385
Phone Joe on 0402 942 347 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call Phill Hutchings on
...get the market you’re missing...
• Free F site it design and quote it • 2kWh to 20kWh system with a competitive pricing • Locally owned and operated
Sandhurst Painting and Decorating
CALL MAL 0417 116 637 DOMESTIC • COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
Solar Energy System for both residential and commercial
find me on facebook
LOCK & KEY
Vic Police Lic. 745 873
Inside Statewide Sewing Superstore 10 High St, (Opp. McDonalds)
WE PICK UP AND DELIVER YOUR THINGS
35 years experience
Specialising in Landscape construction
• Hem Alterations • Zip replacements • Minor repairs & Alterations • Machine Embroidery • 20 years experience
Get me and the truck from $30
Phone Trippa 0427 241 958
• Qualified tradesmen • Landscaping • Commercial and residential property maintenance
PICK UP / DELIVERY
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0423 402 474
• Fast Response to urgent repairs • All General Plumbing & Maintenance • Drains Cleared & Repaired & Roofing High Pressure jetting Quality in all • Hot Water Repairs and areas of Plumbing Replacements • Roofing & Gutter Specialists FREE • Gas Fitting QUOTES • Gas appliance servicing
NO O NO OBL BLIG BL B L LIG IG IGAT GAT ATIO A TION ION FR IO FREE FREE EE Q QUO UOTE U UO OTE TE
Green Waste Green Waste Special
NO JOB TOO SMALL
No job too small or too big
PAINTERS / DECORATORS
• Carpentry • Tiling • Painting • Plastering • Pergolas • Decks
0448 701 138
Quality Work, Reasonable Rates
Phone: 0429 077 441
7 Days a Week
4 Nolan Street, Bendigo
t Yard clean ups t Whitegoods t DomesƟĐ t Builders t Renovators t Commercial
We load for you!
544 33 999
House and Garden Maintenance Service
License No. 32710
A friendly, reliable, local plumbing team fully qualified in all aspects of plumbing
NEW HOME SALES
• General Plumbing and Gasfitting • Blocked drains • No call out fees • Flat hourly family friendly rate
Phone 0408 506 159 Lic#23529
0438 632 219
CV Industrial Vacuum Services Reduce Fire Risk Spouts Vacuumed Spotlessly Pensioner Discounts Water Tanks Cleaned
Ph Paul 5439 3835 or 0428 395 429 * Fully Insured
Classifieds 1300 558 385
Classified advertising closes at 3pm each Thursday. Real Estate classifieds closes at 11am each Thursday. (Free ads 5pm Wednesday)
1300 558 385
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Services Offered TILING
Thorp Tiling “You style it, I’ll tile it”
FLOOR & WALL TILING Ceramic & Porcelain Slate & Stone Waterproofing Silicon & Grout Sealing Feature Walls & Mosaic Ourdoor Areas
Kyle 0421 255 044 www.thorptiling.com email@example.com
BABY musical swing $60 Ph 5446 1545
CARL punches, 5 for $12, Ph 0405 185 060
BACKPACK, as new, suitable for student, $15. Ph 5442 1507
CHEF starter uniform, pants, scarf & apron, $50 ono Ph 0466 269 948
GATE steel frame & fittings, pickets 1500 x 940 $75 Ph 5441 8984
MOUNTAIN bike, mens, VGC, puncture proof tyres, $40 0419 353 541 m
BATH second hand, in fair cond., $10. Ph 4433 1197
CHILDCARE portacot, as new, extra mattress $50 Ph 5441 2882
BBQ Wild Country Grand Deluxe, Gas, stainless steel, 4 Burner, plus wok & Rotisserie, and cover. $240 Ph 5439 5805
CHILD'S wooden fit in rocking horse, $50 Ph 5442 3042
BBQ, electric, EWT brand. As new. $50 Ph 5443 1471 BEDSIDE cupboard, Wood, Beige Laminate $5 Ph 0403 573 674
BED, single, Queen Anne, new base & mattress. $95 Ph 0458 413 498 BELLINI free standing elec cooker. Near new. $100 PH 0429 047 188 BESSEMER melamine coffee set, used once, $22. Ph 5443 9096 BICYCLE basket with rear mounting rack Exc Cond $10 Ph 5444 5836 BICYCLE, mens Apollo mountain bike VGC $90 Ph 0428 568 825
• Tree felling and Land Clearing • Removal and Pruning • Bobcat and Tipper • Chipper and Tower • Mulch and Firewood Sales • Emergency work
TREE REMOVAL & MAINTENANCE • FULLY INSURED • GUARANTEED • STUMP REMOVAL • FREE QUOTES • BOBCAT • WOOD CHIPPER • HEDGE PRUNING • CHERRY PICKER
JUDD’S TREE LOPPING Phone Brian on
0417 545 193 or 5447 7276 91 Wesley St, Kangaroo Flat
BIRD cage, large, 1500Hx1000Wx600D EC $90 Ph 5449 6683 BIRD cage, small, EC $20 Ph 5449 6683
BLIND SALE SUMMER SPECIALS BLINDS, AWNINGS, ROLLER SHUTTERS & SECURITY DOORS. Free measure & quote. Southern Cross Blinds & Awnings, 141 High St K/Flat. Ph. 5447 9011
BLINDS, 2 indoor, cream, 118cmWx104cmL, EC, $15 ea Ph 5443 2273
Quality tree and Stump Removal
Assorted sizes, from $5 each 100+ Available Phone 5446 7105 or 0428 507 846
Tree Maintenance • Stump Mulching Hire Travel Tower • Tree Pruning and Stump Grinding • Tip Truck & Woodchipper Hire • Free Quotes (no job too BIG or SMALL for the Smith Family team)
0427 506 160 FOR SALE
1960S kids wooden table & 4 chairs, $50 ono. Ph 0458 413 498
2 SINGLE timber beds, GC , $50 each Ph 5442 8758
1960'S style 4 door sideboard, $60 Ph 5446 1545
3 SEATER brown leather couch, solid, $40 Ph 5441 3319
19" LCD Acer monitor, VGC. $30 Ph 0416 034 483
2 ART-DECO arm chairs, Exc cond. $100 pair Ph 5442 2972
2-SEATER couch, Blue, VGC $60 Ph 5441 3168
4 PIECE bedroom suite + Mattress, 60's style $100 Ph 5442 2972 AIRCON Max Capacity Dimplex, portable, as new. Paid $950 SELL $600 Phone 0401 206 590
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BLUESTONE rocks x7, approx 300x500x300, $90 ono. 0417 598 810 BLUNDSTONE boots, size 6, never worn. $100 PH 5446 8528 BODY analyser scales 3 fitness levels, $30 Ph 0405 185 060 BOOKS, assorted. Great holiday reading. 4 for $10. Ph 5442 3134 BRICKS x 245. Red, solid, cleaned. $180 PH 5441 5443 BSE girls shorts x2 Sz 12, as new, $15ea 0429 020 667 BSE PE Top Sz 14 & Shorts sz XS $25 Ph 5443 5480 BSE 3 rugby tops, 2 XS, 1 Sml $25 each Ph 0408 312 027 BSEC girls shorts sz 18 as new $25 Ph 5442 5552 BSE Essential Maths Vels Ed Yr 10 Cambridge $25 Ph 5442 9148 BSE polo's 2x size 16, 1x size 14 $5 each Ph 0408 312 027 BSE Science Quest 4 3rd Ed., ( Yr 10) $25 Ph 5442 9148 BSE shorts, size 32, $10 Ph 0408 312 027 CALCULATOR Casio Class Pad 330, Good Cond. $99 0417 582 967 CALCULATOR, Casio class pad 330, Exc cond. $100 Ph 0419 375 053 CALCULATOR Casio Class Pad $100 Ph 5441 7936 CAMERA, Pentax K1000, + Kiron zoom 80-200 + auto flash + filters. $200 ono. Ph 0428 648 051 CAR care manuals 7 volumes $20 Ph 5447 7275
COMPUTER high back chair $5 Ph 5446 9038 COT, baby g qual, stained wood, adj. sides/base $100 Ph 5442 8991 CRUSOE College girls uniform sz 12 & 14. Assort items. Cattivo leather shoes sz 8. Price neg. Ph 0423 432 248 CRUSOE College polo shirt EC $10 Ph 5449 6683
GATES, pair, Colorbond, complete with latches & hinges, 5ft5x5ft5 $150 . Ph 0406 969 987 GEELONG toolbox VGC L 51cm H 20cm $15 Ph 5447 7762
$50 per metre. Minimum 4 metres. Free delivery to Bendigo area. Phone 0400 855 626.
GIRTON x2 summer dresses, size 12, $50 each Ph 5441 7936 HAY 5 X 4 rolls, Various oaten, cereal, pasture, clover, ryegrass and straw from $38.50. Viewing available Bendigo. Delivery available. Phone 0438 373 291
HAY Small squares, 1st cut LUCERNE. $6.60 ea, Nth Bridgewater. Ph 0428 373 194
MYNA Traps. Eradicate the pest. $65 each. Protect the native birds Ph 0428 648 051 O'NEAL boys motorbike boots size 3 $40 Ph 0408 538 726 OFFICE chair, pherapod, EUC, $100 Ph 0408 144 416
DESK, detachable hutch, 4-drws, Wood, EC, $60 Ph 0431 678 769
Lucern sml squares $11 Oaten $8 Exc. Quality Can deliver Bendigo Ph 0428 019 955
DESK, student, wooden, lam top, 2-dr, 1 c/board, $20 Ph 0458 413 498
HAYMAN Reese Tow bar, 1600kg $100 Ph 5444 5836
OUTDOOR glass top table and 6 chairs. $50 Ph 0408 538 726
PEDASTAL Fan. 48cm VGC $8 Ph 5447 7762
DINING setting, round table, ext to oval, 6 chairs, quality timber, GC, $500 ono. Phone 5442 2494 DINING setting, teak, round table & 6 chairs. GC $80 PH 5443 8098 DINING table, quality hardwood, 8-12 seat extension, plus 8 chairs. $400 PH 0428 143 078 2 extra chairs available. DISHWASHER, Balco, works well, $100 Ph 0466 269 948 DOOR, glass panelled, Art Deco 2200 x 760 $50 Ph 5441 8984 DRUM KIT, 'Basix', classic series, 5 piece set + cymbols & seat, EC, $350. Ph 0419 323 290 DUMBBELL weights. 4kg $30, 3kg $20, 2.2kg $15. PH 5446 8528 ELECTROLUX CHEF Gas Oven & Hotplates, As new condition, $600 ONO Ph 0417 711 633 SIMPSON Elec wall oven #63616 w/rotisserie & grill $50 0417 711 633 EXERCISE bike, AllPro, VGC $35 PH 5448 8523 FILING cabinet, 3 door, metal, Perfect condition $100 Ph 5442 2972 FIREWOOD, 6x4 load, cut hardwood. $45 PH 0416 034 483 FOWLERS preserving jars size 20, 27, 31, 36 $3 each Ph 5442 5552 FRAMED print large floral $20 Ph 5447 7050 FREEZER, chest 215 Lt, Fisher Paykel, EC, $260 Ph 0419 323 290 FREEZER, chest, Fisher & Paykel, 215 litre, EC $160 PH 5447 9851 FREEZER, upright Kelvinator. 140L $100 Ph 5441 2324
Oaten r o l l s, net wrapped. Good Quality from $55 Axedale. Phone: 0428 590 023 HWS 135Lt natural gas indoor unit, Rheem, $75 Ph 5442 8991 INSULATION, 3.5 yellow batts, 9 sq mtrs, half price, $25 each. Ph 0439 371 301 or 0438 416 924 JIGSAWS, "Where's Wally" x10 $20 the lot will sep Ph 0466 269 948 KEFIR grains, milk or sugar. $12 Ph 5443 5408 KIDS SLIDE, Playtime brand, Good Condition $25 Ph 0428 568 825 KITCHEN setting, 7 piece, natural tonings. Good condition. $150. PH 5449 6985 KITCHEN sink, s/steel $15 Ph 5442 8991 KOMBUCHA tea mushroom & instructions. $10 Ph 0405 185 060 KPS Polo shirts x2, Sz 16 $15ea Ph 0429 020 667 KPS Rugby jumper, brand new, Sz 16 $25 Ph 0429 020 667 LARGE floor cushions x3 GC $20 Ph 5441 2516 LAWN mower, hand pushed, hardly used $20 Ph 0408 144 416 LAWNMOWER, Murray ride-on, 30", new 13.5HP motor, $850 Ph 0411 432 733
FRIDGE, 360L needs door seals $70 Ph 5446 3705
MINOURA Mag 500 bike trainer. 7 Res/Levels EC $75 Ph 0411 423 166
GAS cooker, upright, Westinghouse, EC. $100 PH 0438 595 319 GAS stove, Westinghouse, EC $200 Ph 5446 8148
PUNCH bowl set, complete, $25 Ph 5447 7050 QUEEN Anne half round hall table $100 Ph 5449 6726 QUEEN timber & tube slat bed + mattress + Matching side tables, Exc Cond $275 Ph 0407 412 977 RECLINER chairs x2, blue fabric & timber, with matching ottomans, as new, $300 pair Ph 0407 412 977
MOBILITY scooter, Ibosa 3 wheel $1800 ONO. 4 wheel walkers, various, $40 to $80 Ph 5447 0060
TRUCK load binders, with straps $25 ea Ph 5449 6726
TV cabinet, 2.05m x 600 H, neutral wood, as new $350 PH 5449 6985 TV cabinet, grey. $30 PH 5441 2324 VCE BOOK Nature of Biology 1 AS NEW $ 70 Jacaranda 0417582967 VCE health & human dev text book Units 3 & 4 $30 Ph 0419 375 053 VCE Specialist Maths Enhanced book $45 Ph 5441 7936
SINGER sewing machine, wooden shelf and top, powder coated. $300 PH 5447 7205 SINGLE bed, wrought iron with mattress $100 Ph 0407 809 957 SNEAKERS, Rivers rocker style, new Sz 38 $20 Ph 5446 3705
SUZUKI front diff from Stockman. $50 Ph 0408 172 105 SWIMMING Pool, Clark Sunsoka, 8.2mx4.4mx1.3m, needs liner, solar water cover, solar heating panels, 90% complete, instruction manual, Barracuda auto cleaner $750 Ph 0438 933 663 SWISS ball, for exercise, purple. $60 PH 5446 8528
MOBILITY scooter, red, Shoprider, EC, $1200. Ph 0402 915 960
6 drw $35, Cheval mirror $35, bkcase 7 shelf $70, cnr TV cab $25, filing cab 2 dwr + keys + folders $45, car ramps $35 pr. All in EC. Ph 5442 3585
MOON chair, brand new never sat on ,black, $60 PH 5441 8123
TENNIS skirt, girls sz12, brightly coloured, NEW. $15 ONO Ph 5442 3134
9AM - 2PM SAT ONLY
FINAL SALE EVERY THING MUST GO! New items added. Come find a bargain!
ANTIQUE/regular furniture, antique single bed, household items. 9am Saturday. Unit 2/26 Yallambee Dr Kennington
GARAGE Sale Broom Street Bendigo Saturday & Sunday 8am-1pm
For Fridges & Freezers, in GWO up to 25yrs. Washing Machines up to 7yrs old. Ph. 5441 1955
WATER PUMP Millers Falls 1 1/2 HP, 2-Stroke. As new. IDEAL FOR CAMPING $240.00 Phone 5449 3247
WATER TANKS and DRUMS
3000 lt $620. 5000 lt $820. 2,000 lt $480 2500 lt Slimline $690. Drums 200lt $25. www.ebsary.com.au 161 McIvor Hwy Ph 5443 6740 WHEEL Trims 14" still wrapped, $8 Pair Ph 5447 7762
WHIPPER snipper, 18V battery opperated, as new $70 Ph 0408 520 979
with fowl manure $35 per/mtr del. Bobcat avail. Ph 5446 7105 or 0428 507 846
(Eppalock Road end)
WASHINE Machine Top loader $50 Ph 5446 3705
RIOBI blower Vac. $100 ph 0408 144 416
SIEVED TOP SOIL
GARAGE SALE Somerset Park Rd
WANTED TO BUY
WHEELBARROW, as new, $40 PH 5442 8485
ROCKING chair, 1940s, VGC $55 PH 5448 8523
WALL units x2 GC, upper 132cmx119x30. 1 glass display 1 drinks, bottom storage, 51x119x46. $200 both ono Phone Ian 5435 3258
RECLINER chair $5 Ph 5446 9038
BREVILLE steam-iron, as new $25 Ph 5447 7050
LRG Navy sports bag unisex new $10 Ph 5441 2516
TRAMPOLINE, round, with net. $50 PH 0418 590 811
PUMP, submersible, stainless steel, Onga VF150, GC $150 PH 5442 4454
LOUNGE suite, 1x2 seater & 2 singles, velvet camel colour, GC, very clean, $400. Ph 0409 435 525
MILK cans, old, with lid, powder coated $140 each. Ph 0406 969 987
FRYPAN, elec w/glass lid, rarely used, $10 Ph 5444 5836
PIANO accordion, 96 bass, in case, EC $400 PH 5441 5397
SPRINGSUIT, ripcurl, Kids sz 16, $20 Ph 5444 3316
and Freezers. Top brands from $195. Fully recond, 6 mths wty. 283 High St, G/Sq. Ph. 5441 1955
FRIDGE/freezer, Gorenje Pacific, EC $100 PH 5443 0710
ORCHID plants x 3. $50 the lot ONO. Ph 5442 3134
LAWN mower, Victa, runs well $45 Ph 0405 035 474
LOUNGE suite. 3 + 2, good clean cond. $80 Ph 0408 172 105
TOP SOIL Sieved $35 per metre, 4 metre min. delivery 8m & 10m also avail. Potting Mix $60 a metre. Phone 0418 306 548 or 0428 100 770
TRUCK dog & chain $60 Ph 5449 6726
DESK chair adj/whls GC $10 Ph 5441 2516
DESK, suit laptop, 68cmx45cm, EC, $30 Ph 5443 2273
WINDOWS, timber, 3 sash, 2.200 x 1300 $95 Ph 5441 8984 YORK gym set, $90 Ph 0428 568 825 YR 10 Essential Maths + Homework book $30 lPh 5443 5480 YR 10 Science Quest 4 $20 Ph 5443 5480 YUCCA PLANTS Variety of sizes. Clearance sale. Make a reasonable offer. Ph 5442 7974
OLD Bendigo pottery. Kookaburras, vases, dogs, koalas. Also old bottles & demijohns. PH 5446 3554
ROTARY hoe, Masport home gardener, Phone 0467 065 757
TRACTORS & farm machinery wanted. Going or not, cash paid, Ph 0429 393 221
WANTED Mobility Scooter in good condition Please phone 5446 2870
GARDEN SNAILS WANTED Great pocket money earner. Willing to pay $6 per KG. Will pickup anytime. Ph 5447 8203
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1300 558 385 AGISTMENT HORSE AGISTMENT
Lockwood Crossing, Lockwood. Good feed and hay, Phone: 5435 3587
BUNNIES, 9 weeks old, M & F, Pick up Strathdale, $10ea ono Ph 0419 188 092
KITTENS, tabby, female. Free. PH 5441 2650
WHITE DORPERS 6-8 mth old ewes & wethers. Shedding now. Ewes $90. Wethers $70. Bgo area. 0428 121 656
YOUNG ferrets, male & female, 12 weeks old, ready to hunt, $20 Ph 0417 781 957
BENDIGO ANTIQUE AND ESTATE AUCTIONS 177 View Street, Bendigo ENTRIES ARE INVITED For our next antique and collectables auction
Wednesday 29th January, 6pm Individual or estate lots accepted
Contact: Dennis 5443 8570 or Vernon 5441 4168 or 0407 485 333 www.bendigoantiques.com.au
Friday, January 17, 2014 — Bendigo Weekly
14FT aluminium 15HP Mercury bimini. Fish finder, all safety gear. Boat & trailer reg. Great for lakes river. $1950 ono PH 5447 3822
HONDA Accord '09, 3.5L V6 motor. EC, 59000km, reg 09/14, new tyres, rear parking sensors & camera. All leather, satnav, sunroof. XGT-485. $21,990 PH 0431 146 514
NISSAN 1999 Pulsar, 5 speed manual, alloy wheels, RWC, PVJ-772, GC. $2800 PH 0411 432 733
Cash offered. Phone 0417 334 009.
Wrecking all Makes & Models We buy any car or ute Come see your local strippers LMCT 10769
CAR PARTS SCRAP METAL WANTED Cars, trucks, tractors, tin, wire, white goods etc. Phone 5474 3237 or 0427 312 146. SPORTS bars & hard lid suit ML Mitsubishi Triton $99 Ph 0451 152 022
WRECKING VEHICLES & SMALL TRUCKS WANTED TO BUY
NEW Exhaust systems, Mufflers and Specialising In Tail Pipes • Holdens • Commodores Available • Fords • Light Commercials
XHP 18" Rims w/brand new tyres, (set of 4) Good Cond, $600 neg Ph 0422 223 178
CARAVANS & TRAILERS
Call 5446 1384 or 5446 1820 Wayne on 0413 774 717 LMCT 10992 Kayne on 0459 652 963 Address: 222 Upper Rd, Eaglehawk, 3556
CARAVANS & TRAILERS
MOTORBIKE TRAILER Holds 3 bikes + 2 fuel holders, Extra long centre rack, Good tyres, Re-painted, New Welded floor, Ready to go.
Ph 0417 054 350
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Petcarers Caring for your pets in your home
• Domestic Do pets and horses • Play/TLC • Dog Walks/Cat Cuddles • Feeding/Medication Staff: Caring, Insured, & Police checked. Ph: 5443 4536 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAMPER, Supreme Slide-On. Fridge, stove, sink, seats, KS bed. '06 Rodeo dual cab 4WD diesel, low KM. $37,000 complete. $24,000 camper. 0400 197 754 COROMAL Lowline Poptop, easy tow, dual axels, 16ft 6, island bed, many extras Exc Cond, always shedded $13,000 ONO Ph 5435 2514 FRANKLIN Pop Top 14ft, 4 berth, good order, oven, 3 way fridge, $4750 ono. Phone 0402 915 960 JAYCO Freedom 2006 16ft raised 100ml single axle + extras, twin beds, m/wave, side kitchen, roll out awning, exc cond. $20,500 Ph 5444 0197 P/TOP camp. Jayco swan, 1984, new axel,frig 2 way, full anx, canvas good, tyres LT14, V clean, 14 Dec, $7900 ono Ph 0447 472 450
Boarding Kennel & Cattery
Open 8:30am-12:00pm & 4:00pm - 6:00pm Phone 03 5472 4698 Mobile 0428 882 411
Desexed, Male, Est 11 months
I’m a big, lovable, chilled out boy. I’m sociable and friendly with other cats, and love as much attention as you can give! I would love to be an inside cat, and am very fond of cuddles. I am desexed, microchipped and ready for you to come and take me home!
LOST YOUR DOG OR CAT?
THE RSPCA IS THE POUND FOR THE BENDIGO CITY COUNCIL.
5441 2209 Piper Lane, East Bendigo
Mon-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun & Pub Hols 10am-12pm www.rspcavic.org.au
Ice-blocks can be helpful to get your pets through the day if you are not home. Give extra water containers just in case they get knocked over. Going on walks or being put on the back of a Ute in such extreme heat can burn the pads on dogs paws so if you can’t stand bare foot then they probably can’t either.
1990 Toyota MR-2 Sports, targa top, 2L twincam, 5 spd man., reg to 06/14, RWC, good clean condition. $5000 PH 0429 047 188
MITSUBISHI Magna sedan, '94, GC, many extras, no rego or RWC, $1400 ono. ZZM-345 Ph 5443 3227
1996 EF Ford Falcon sedan, transmission replaced, reg to 25 Jan, NRWC $1000 ONO Steve 0400 711 592 neq-054
MITSUBISHI Triton 4X2 '02 dual cab ute. Auto, dual fuel, 200,000km, t /bar, hard top, SRE-978 GC $8200. 5449 6726
TOYOTA hilux 1993 2-8 diesel, new tyres, Reg til June QEA 982 $4000 Ph 5439 6335 V O L V O 1 9 9 7 , YVILS5106, auto, sun roof, all leather, top of the range $3300 5443 9784 or 0452 277 038
HOLDEN COMMODORE 2004 VZ SV6, Blue, Great Condition, $10,500 (TGZ-098) PH: 0430 075 758
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COMMODORE '93 station wagon, 5spd man. As is. VIN #VH1294418. $350 or consider wrecking. Ph 5446 1925
SCOOTER, Honda SCV100, 2012, Just serviced, VGC, 5800km, top box, $1350 Ph 0428 648 051 SUZUKI quad bike, LPA500, auto, 4x4, 7500kms, EC, $4600, Ph 0417 352 909
LEARNERS APPROVED SUZUKI TU 250X 2011 1,627Kms, Serviced at 1000kms, Great ride, Excellent Cond, never dropped. Renewed 12 months+ REG til Jan 2015 $5200 Phone:
0420 278 951
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$23 NISSAN PULSAR HATCH Auto, a/c, p/s, tinted windows, alloys, low kms. ABC111. $18,000. Ph 5442 1646
CHRYSLER, CM, 81, auto, EC, mechanically sound, dual fuel, rego til Dec 2013, ZCP-200, $6,500. Ph 0429 067 461
FORD COURIER TRAY UTE 1995 • Reg Exp Dec 2013 - No RWC • 2.6L Petrol • Manual •210 000km Large custom aluminium dropside tray and toolboxes underneath • Not far off RWC.
$1,500 ONO PH 0439 342 161
FAIRLANE Ghia 1999 reg May, tint. winds., 236,800km, GC, XZL-447, RWC, $4,995 PH 0427 509 255
VE SSV UTE
NISSAN PULSAR HATCH Auto, a/c, p/s, tinted windows, alloys, low kms. ABC111. $18,000. Ph 5442 1646
FAIRMONT EB, complete, suit wrecking, eng. JG34mt54350 $300 ono Phone 5438 7275 Located Tarnagulla FALCON wagon, EF No reg /rwc Mechanically Exc. Needs radiator, drives Exc. $475 ono NMH-276 Phone 5438 7275
with photo V8, 2008, 6 Speed Manual, Genuine Holden Lockable Hard lid, Tint Windows, Leather Seats, Holden Service History, Alloy Rims, 64,200kms, Rego till June 2014, WMA-566, VGC
Phone 0407 583 442 FORD BA turbo MKII, gen hard lid, auto, tow bar, 137K klms, RWC, leather int, $15,250 YWQ-127 Ph 0431 323 180 FORD Capri, convertible, 5-spd man., ERU-002, EC, reg till Nov '14, red, $4,500. Ph 0429 067 461
HOLDEN ute, 1973 model, Must sell $4000 Reg ZAN-456 Ph 5433 2260
HOLDEN Astra 2006 sedan, 5-speed man., WHT-187, rego till April, $8500. Phone 0419 889 824
HOLDEN BARINA 2010 XVX 948, 71,000 km, 2 door manual. Great condition. $7,500. Phone 0409 012 849
• One owner • Central Locking • Cruise Control • Side Steps • Electric and Tinted Windows • ARB Smooth Canopy (rear and side opening doors) • Nissan Heavy Duty Steel Colour Coded Bullbar • IPF Driving Lights • Hayman Reese 3 Tonne Towbar • Heavy Duty Suspension Upgrade, Front & Rear Springs (50mm lift) & Shocks • Black Widow Draw Storage System • Electric Brake Controller • Anderson Plug • BF Goodrich Tyres, 50-60% Tread • Rego til October, 2014 • Lady Driver Set up for towing caravan but only towed for approx 5000 kms of it’s life. Mainly regional highway kilometres. Ideal Round Australia or Trademans Vehicle. Virtually no offroad work. Well maintained, Nissan serviced to 100,000kms and then Specialist 4WD Centre. Excellent condition, presents extremely well. Only selling due to upgrade to seven seater car
HOLDEN Barina hatch 2000 Olympic edition, EC, RWC, 12 months reg, QNR-027 $4000 Ph 0402 632 180 HOLDEN Rodeo 1998, 3.2L, man, b/bar, g/tyres, 6 mths reg, 8x6ft s/tray. $3800. As is OBO. OVK-191 Ph 5436 1382
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FORD EF XR6 wagon, 5 speed manual, SGD-128 $1500 PH 0411 432 733
Muckleford School Road MUCKLEFORD 3451
HYUNDAI Accent, 2 door, 5 spd man., 11 months reg, RWC negotiable, QMC-153, GC $1895 ono. Ph 0418 537 782 MITSUBISHI express van, 2008, white, 99,000km 5sp Man, 12month reg, 1AR-2GQ, $12,800 neg Ph 0406 738 955
6 x 4 $590. 8 x 5 tandem $2,190. 161 McIvor Hwy
MINI BIKE, Pee Wee size, 110cc motor, semi auto, only 4hrs use, $500 Ph 0412 413 883
Desexed, Female, 2 years
I am a very loving girl that loves to so socialize with other dogs my own size. I have shown some manners but will require some consistent training to rreach my full potential. I am desexed and Microchipped and now waiting f a loving, active family to take me for home and enjoy all I have to give.
ALUMINUIM Gull Boat + Trailer. F/finder, 9.8 OB, All safety Gear, reg til Oct 2014 spare tyre, $1900Ph 5446 3139
BMW 1997 735 V8, GC, RWC, PVR-810 $4500 Ph 0411 432 733
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6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today - Saturday 10.00 Mornings - Summer Series 12.00 Discover Downunder Summer Series 12.30 The Middle 1.00 The New Adventures Of Old Christine 1.30 Movie: The Colour Purple 4.30 Customs 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Fishing Australia 6.00 Nine News 7.00 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Movie: The Spy Next Door 9.30 Movie: Mr. Nice Guy 11.30 Movie: Wag The Dog 1.20 Movie: The Devil's Advocate 3.50 Win Presents 4.05 Danoz 4.30 The Middle 5.00 The New Adventures Of Old Christine 5.30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo
6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today - Sunday 10.00 Cybershack 10.30 The Wildlife Man Featuring David Ireland 11.30 Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman Series 1.30 One Day Cricket: Australia v England: Presented by Ian Healy, Michael Slater, Mark Nicholas and James Brayshaw 6.00 Nine News 6.30 One Day Cricket: Australia v England 10.00 Cycling: 2014 Santos Tour Down Under: Highlights 11.30 Weeds 12.00 Survivors 1.00 Spyforce 2.00 20/20 3.00 Sullivan & Son 3.30 Danoz 4.00 GMA - Sunday 5.00 Early Morning News
5.30 Today 9.30 Mornings - Summer Series 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Nine News Now 4.15 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Win News 7.30 Big Bang Theory 9.00 2 Broke Girls: Business booms for Max and Caroline's new cupcake walk-up window. 9.30 Movie: The Ugly Truth: Katherine Heigl, Gerard Butler, Bree Turner, Eric Winter, Cheryl Hines 11.35 Partners 12.00 Win News 12.30 A Current Affair 1.00 Oh Sit! 2.00 The Avengers 3.00 Danoz 3.30 GMA 5.00 Early Morning News
5.30 Today 9.30 Mornings - Summer Series 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Nine News Now 4.15 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Win News 7.30 Big Bang Theory 8.30 Movie: Ocean’s Thirteen: George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Bernie Mac, Casey Affleck, Elliott Gould, Andy Garcia 11.00 Cycling: 2014 Santos Tour Down Under: Highlights 12.00 Win News 12.30 A Current Affair 1.00 Impractical Jokers 1.30 Extra 2.00 Seaway 3.00 Danoz 3.30 GMA 5.00 Early Morning News 5.30 Today
5.30 Today 9.30 Mornings - Summer Series 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking: Presented by James Reeson 3.00 Nine News Now 4.15 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Win News 7.30 RBT 8.30 CSI 10.30 Customs 11.00 Cycling: 2014 Santos Tour Down Under: Highlights 12.00 Win News 12.30 A Current Affair 1.00 Dallas: J.R.'s will has lasting effects on the family legacy. Sue Ellen tries to get Gary out of Dallas. 2.00 Extra 2.30 Danoz 3.30 GMA 5.00 Early Morning News
5.30 Today 9.30 Mornings - Summer Series 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Nine News Now 4.15 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Win News 7.30 Getaway 8.30 Person Of Interest: Carter and Reese try to turn the head of HR over to the Feds. 9.30 CSI: NY 10.30 Customs 11.00 Cycling: 2014 Santos Tour Down Under: Highlights 12.00 Win News 12.30 A Current Affair 1.00 Impractical Jokers 1.30 Extra 2.00 Dangerman 3.00 Danoz 3.30 GMA 5.00 Early Morning News
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Highlights: Review all the action from last night and yesterday as the best players in the world fight it out for grand slam glory. 10.30 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Preview Show 11.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Day Five 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight: Presented by Helen Kapalos 7.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Five 12.30 Parks And Recreation: While promoting her new book about Pawnee, Leslie falls prey to some 'gotcha' journalism. Meanwhile, Ann is determined to bond with Ron and April. 1.30 Home Shopping
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Preview Show: A comprehensive review and preview of all the fun, colour, and on-court action of the Australian Open, with analysis from Roger Rasheed. 11.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Day Six 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Six: Presented by Johanna Griggs, with commentary from Bruce McAvaney and Jim Courier. 12.30 Movie: We Own The Night: Robert Duvall, Joaquin Phoenix, Eva Mendes, Danny Hoch, Alex Veadov, Oleg Taktarov, Dominic Colon 3.00 Home Shopping
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise: Presented by Andrew O’Keefe 10.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Preview Show: A comprehensive review and preview of all the action of the Australian Open, with analysis from Roger Rasheed. 11.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Day Seven 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Seven: Coverage continues of the grand slam of Asia-Pacific where viewers can expect the biggest names in tennis, the hottest action in years, and a comprehensive coverage of the event. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Highlights: Review all the hot tennis action from last night and yesterday as the best players in the world fight it out for grand slam glory. 10.30 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Day Eight: The world's top tennis players converge on Melbourne Park to vie for the prestigious title. 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Eight: Viewers can expect the biggest names in tennis, the hottest action in years, and a comprehensive coverage of the event. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Highlights: Review all the hot tennis action from last night and yesterday as the best players in the world fight it out for grand slam glory. 10.30 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Day Nine: The world's top tennis players converge on Melbourne Park to vie for the prestigious title. 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Nine: Viewers can expect the biggest names in tennis, the hottest action in years, and a comprehensive coverage of the event. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Highlights: Review all the hot tennis action from last night and yesterday as the best players in the world fight it out for grand slam glory. 10.30 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Day 10: The world's top tennis players converge on Melbourne Park to vie for the prestigious title. 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night 10: Viewers can expect the biggest names in tennis, the hottest action in years, and a comprehensive coverage of the event. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Highlights: Review all the hot tennis action from last night and yesterday as the best players in the world fight it out for grand slam glory. 10.30 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Day 11: The world's top tennis players converge on Melbourne Park to vie for the prestigious title. 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night 11: Viewers can expect the biggest names in tennis, the hottest action in years, and a comprehensive coverage of the event. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven Early News
6.00 Ten News Early 6.30 Wake Up 8.30 Studio 10 10.30 Studio 10 You 11.00 Ten News Morning 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook: Presented by Colin Lane 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 ET 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Project: Presented by Charlie Pickering and Carrie Bickmore 7.30 This Is My Australia: Presented by Adam Gilchrist 8.30 NCIS 9.30 2013 Comedy Festival Debate 11.00 Blue Bloods 12.00 The Project 1.00 Late Show 2.00 Home Shopping
6.00 Social Climbing 7.00 ET’s Fishing Classics 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 8.30 Studio 10: Saturday 10.00 Studio 10: Saturday Extra 11.00 Generation Snow 12.00 Everyday Gourmet 1.00 Steve Irwin’s Wildlife Warriors 1.30 Cricket: KFC T20 Big Bash League: Adelaide Strikers v Brisbane Heat 5.00 Ten News 6.00 Simpsons 6.30 Last Man Standing 7.00 Cricket: KFC T20 Big Bash League: Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Sixers 10.30 Movie: Extraordinary Measures: Brendan Fraser, Keri Russell, Harrison Ford, Alan Ruck 1.00 Home Shopping 4.30 It Is Written 5.00 Hour Of Power
6.00 Creflo Dollar Ministries 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Fishin Trip 7.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday 10.00 Studio 10: Sunday Extra 11.00 What's Up Downunder? 11.30 Places We Go With Jennifer Adams 12.00 The Doctors 1.00 This Is My Australia 2.00 Basketball: NBL: Sydney Kings v Melbourne Tigers 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Keepers Of The Flame 5.00 Ten News 6.00 Modern Family 6.30 The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia 8.00 Modern Family 8.30 Movie: Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol: Tom Cruise 11.10 Movie: Not Announced 12.30 Home Shopping 3.30 Life Today
6.00 Ten News Early 6.30 Wake Up 8.30 Studio 10 10.30 Studio 10 You 11.00 Ten News Morning 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 ET 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Project: Presented by Charlie Pickering and Carrie Bickmore 7.30 The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia 8.30 NCIS 9.30 Blue Bloods 10.30 Puberty Blues 11.30 The Project 12.30 Late Show 1.30 Home Shopping 3.30 Life Today 4.00 CBS: This Morning 5.30 Ten News Early
6.00 Ten News Early 6.30 Wake Up 8.30 Studio 10 10.30 Studio 10 You 11.00 Ten News Morning 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 ET 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Project: Presented by Charlie Pickering and Carrie Bickmore 7.30 Cricket: KFC T20 Big Bash League: Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes 11.00 Puberty Blues 12.00 The Project 1.00 Late Show 2.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Life Today 4.00 CBS: This Morning 5.30 Ten News Early
6.00 Ten News Early 6.30 Wake Up 8.30 Studio 10 10.30 Studio 10 You 11.00 Ten News Morning 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 ET 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Project: Presented by Charlie Pickering and Carrie Bickmore 7.30 Cricket: KFC T20 Big Bash League: Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Renegades 11.00 Blue Bloods 12.00 The Project 1.00 Late Show 2.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Life Today 4.00 CBS: This Morning 5.30 Ten News Early
6.00 Ten News Early 6.30 Wake Up 8.30 Studio 10 10.30 Studio 10 You 11.00 Ten News Morning 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 ET 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Project: Presented by Charlie Pickering and Carrie Bickmore 7.30 Cricket: KFC T20 Big Bash League: Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat 11.00 Blue Bloods 12.00 The Project 1.00 Late Show 2.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Life Today 4.00 CBS: This Morning 5.30 Ten News Early
This upgrade is available to customers who pay an initial fee and proceed to entering into a contract with Hotondo Homes to build a Hotondo Homes standard design with a Hotondo Homes builder. This upgrade is available to the first 10 customers who pay an initial fee between Jan 5- Feb 28, 2014. This kitchen upgrade cannot be redeemed as cash and any part of the upgrade promotion not required shall be deemed forfeited. The upgrade consists of an OF991XS Omega cooker and ORWXA Omega canopy, an ‘Epic’ Dorf kitchen mixer, Pete Evans 1.75 kitchen sink with accessories (Preparation Board, S/Steel Drainer & Waste Basket) and your choice from the Laminex Silk Range, the Formica Gloss Range or the Laminex Impressions range. This upgrade is for kitchen cabinetry only (doors & panels, not benchtops). For any unseen reason should a product not be available, Hotondo Homes will substitute this with a product of equal or greater value. Hotondo Homes has the right to alter this promotion at any time without notice. Images are for the purpose of illustrating the upgrade product and may contain items that are not included in the upgrade offer or items that are not part of a standard Hotondo Home design.
Saturday 18th 6.00 rage 11.30 My Family: Ben surprises Susan by buying the house next door as an investment, but she is unhappy that he made such a significant financial decision without discussing it with her. 12.00 Agatha Christie's Poirot 1.45 Movie: Dangerous Mission: Victor Mature, Piper Laurie 3.00 Basketball: WNBL: Bendigo v Townsville 5.05 Nature's Miracle Babies 6.00 Father Brown 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The Paradise 8.30 Midsomer Murders 10.00 Silent Witness 11.00 rage 1.30 Hockey: Men's World League Finals: Final 3.30 rage
5.00 World Watch 1.00 Behind The Front Door 1.30 Inspector Rex 2.30 NITV News Week In Review 3.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Dakar Rally: Daily Highlights 6.00 Grand Tours Of The Scottish Islands 6.30 World News 7.30 Town With Nicholas Crane 8.35 David Starkey's Music And Monarchy 9.40 As It Happened: My Enemy, My Friend 10.30 World News 11.05 Movie: Bruna: Surfer Girl (Spain) 1.00 Inspector Montalbano 2.50 Weatherwatch
5.00 World Watch 1.00 Lang Lang: The Art Of Being A Virtuoso 2.20 Daphnis And Chloe 2.55 James Rhodes: Piano Man 3.30 Microtopia 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Dakar Rally: Daily Highlights 6.00 Grand Tours Of Scotland 6.30 World News 7.30 Wild Amazon 8.30 Meet The Amish 9.30 Movie: Legend Of The Fist: The Return Of Chen Zhen (Hong Kong) 11.25 Movie: District B13: Ultimatum (France): Cyril Raffaelli, David Belle, Philippe Torreton 1.15 Movie: The Singer (France): Cecile De France, Christine Citti 3.15 Weatherwatch
5.00 World Watch 1.00 Cycling: Road National Championships: Highlights 2.00 Speedweek 4.00 Football Asia 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5.00 Living Black Conversations: Presented by Karla Grant 5.30 Dakar Rally: Daily Highlights 6.00 Grand Tours Of Scotland 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Generation War 10.10 America In Primetime 11.15 Movie: A Brand New Life (South Korea): Kim Sae-Ron, Park Do-Yeon, Ko Ah-Sung 1.00 Movie: Paprika (Japan): A machine that allows therapists to enter their patients' dreams is stolen. 2.40 Weatherwatch
5.00 World Watch 1.00 Martyred Ships 2.00 Paris: Luminous Years 3.00 World Watch 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5.00 One Man And His Campervan 5.30 Dakar Rally: Daily Highlights 6.00 Grand Tours Of The Scottish Islands 6.30 World News 7.35 Monster Moves 8.30 How Big Is The Universe? 9.30 Small Time Gangster 10.05 Swift & Shift Couriers 10.35 World News Late 11.05 The World Game 11.35 Clown 12.05 Shorts On Screen 12.40 Monster Bug Wars 2.30 Weatherwatch
5.00 World Watch 1.00 Movie: The Marriage Certificate (China): Feng Gong 2.55 The People Who Never Stop 3.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Grand Tours Of The Scottish Islands 6.30 World News 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? In an effort to find out more about his Hungarian grandfather, actor Don Hany journeys to the heart of Europe. 8.30 Persons Of Interest 9.30 Extreme ER 10.25 World News 11.00 The Bridge 12.10 Prisoners Of War 1.20 Wikirebels 2.25 Weatherwatch
5.00 World Watch 1.00 How To Build 2.00 Oz And Hugh Raise The Bar 3.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Grand Tours Of Scotland 6.30 World News 7.30 The Burrowers 8.35 One Born Every Minute 9.30 Borgen: Birgitte is forced to make tough healthcare decisions for the government, and for her daughter. Katrine and Kasper's relationship causes problems at work. 10.40 World News 11.10 Movie: We Have A Pope (Italy) 1.00 Movie: After The Wedding (Denmark): Mads Mikkelsen, Rolf Lassgard, Sidse Babbitt Knudsen 3.10 Weatherwatch
5.00 World Watch 1.00 Man Vs Wild 1.55 One Born Every Minute USA 2.50 Destination Flavour: Japan Bitesize 3.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Grand Tours Of Scotland 6.30 World News 7.30 Italian Food Safari 8.00 Gourmet Farmer 8.30 Luke Nguyen's Memories Of The Mekong 9.30 Falcon 10.25 World News 11.00 Thursday FC: Presented by Matt Okine, Lucy Zelic and David Zdrilic 12.00 Is Seeing Believing? 1.00 Miracle Cure? A Decade Of The Human Genome 2.00 Weatherwatch
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6am Childrenâ€™s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 River Monsters 8.20 Tropfest 8.25 Confessions Of A Wedding Planner 9.25 Unsafe Sex In The City 10.25 Arrested Development: Michael stages a phony bust to teach his son a lesson. 10.50 Hebburn 11.20 Bad Education 11.50 Spaced: Daisy persuades Tim to agree to a house-warming party. 12.15 River Monsters 1.05 Green Wing: A documentary crew is in the hospital, so everyone just has to act normally. Well, there's a first time for everything. 2.00 ABC News
6am Childrenâ€™s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Filthy Cities 8.30 The Hoarder Next Door 9.20 Funny As 10.05 Peep Show 10.30 Arrested Development: Lindsay and Tobias are having marital difficulties. Gob tries another route to get the information for Michael. Michael and Lindsay become aware that their mother is manipulating them. Michael cannot remember anything about the car accident he and his mother were in. Gob thinks Michael is planning to escape to South America. 12.15 Leigh Hart's Mysterious Planet 12.45 The True Story 1.35 ABC News
6am Childrenâ€™s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 The True Story 8.15 Would I Lie To You? Shortcuts 8.30 Jono: Love Me, Love My Face: An inspiring and heart-warming documentary about 25-year-old Jono Lancaster, who was born with a rare genetic syndrome which has affected the bone structure of his face. 9.30 Louis Theroux 10.30 Unsafe Sex In The City 11.30 Obsessive Compulsive Hoarder: Obsessive hoarder Richard Wallace and his community continue to tackle his overflowing home. 12.15 Movie: Zelig: Woody Allen, Mia Farrow 1.35 Leigh Hart's Mysterious Planet 2.05 ABC News
6am Childrenâ€™s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 River Monsters 8.20 Tropfest 8.30 Louis Theroux 9.30 Hell On Wheels: Mickey and Sean are both in a life-threatening situation as Cullen tries to keep order. Lily and Elam must work together in a race to clean up a mess of their own. 10.10 Arrested Development: Michael tries to get his son into the prestigious Milford Academy. 10.35 Jono: Love Me, Love My Face 11.35 River Monsters 12.25 Art Race 12.50 Hell On Wheels 1.35 Leigh Hart's Mysterious Planet 2.05 Like A Version 2.10 ABC News
6am Childrenâ€™s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 River Monsters: In southern Africa there are rumours of a deadly fish. Jeremy Wade is on a mission to track it down. 8.20 Commercial Kings: Rhett and Link make commercials for a garbage collection service and a natural burial business. 8.30 Oscar Pistorius: What Really Happened? 9.30 Hard Time 10.20 Arrested Development 10.45 Filthy Cities 11.45 Blood, Sweat And Luxuries 12.45 River Monsters 1.35 Being Human 2.30 Like A Version 2.35 ABC News
6am Childrenâ€™s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 River Monsters 8.20 Would I Lie To You? Shortcuts: Presented by Rob Brydon 8.40 The Hoarder Next Door 9.30 Glamour Models, Mum and Me 10.25 Arrested Development: After Tobias moves into his room, George Michael gets a rather curious tip about his cousin's origins, so he decides to investigate. 10.50 Hard Time 11.40 Confessions Of A Wedding Planner 12.40 River Monsters 1.30 School of Comedy 1.55 Like A Version 2.00 ABC News
6am Childrenâ€™s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 River Monsters Goes Tribal: Presented by Jeremy Wade 8.20 Alan Partridge's Mid-Morning Matters 8.30 Peep Show 9.00 Bad Education 9.30 Hebburn: Hebburn lays out the red carpet for Sarah's parents. 10.00 The Hollowmen 10.25 Arrested Development 10.50 Funny As 11.35 Oscar Pistorius: What Really Happened? 12.35 Psychoville 1.05 River Monsters Goes Tribal 1.55 Like A Version 2.00 ABC News
6.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 12.00 Extra 12.30 Bachelor Pad 2.30 Auction Hunters 3.00 Nitro Circus Live 3.30 Childrenâ€™s Programs 5.30 Movie: Serving Sara: Matthew Perry, Elizabeth Hurley, Bruce Campbell, Jerry Stiller 7.30 Movie: Uptown Girls: Brittany Murphy, Dakota Fanning, Jesse Spencer, Marley Shelton, Heather Locklear 9.30 Movie: Legally Blonde 2: Red, White And Blonde: Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field 11.30 Beware The Batman 12.00 Superman/Batman Public Enemies 1.30 Mad 2.00 TMZ 3.30 Extra 4.00 Top Gear USA 4.50 Childrenâ€™s Programs
6.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 2.00 Fishing Australia: Presented by Rob Paxevanos 2.30 Extra: Presented by Mario Lopez and Maria Menounos 3.00 The Bachelor 6.00 Movie: Batman Returns: Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Michelle Pfeiffer 8.40 Movie: Constantine: Keanu Reeves, Rachel Weisz, Shia Labeouf 11.10 Criss Angel Mindfreak 1.10 Fringe: Walter enters the lab's deprivation tank to uncover information about the mysterious Donald. 3.10 The Catalina 4.00 Top Gear USA 4.50 Childrenâ€™s Programs
6.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 2.00 iTunes Specials 3.00 The Bachelorette 5.00 Sullivan & Son 5.30 Teen Mom 2: Jenelle and Kieffer are forced to ask Barbara if they can move in with her. Chelsea's dad continues to put pressure on Adam to find a job. 7.30 The Middle 8.30 Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: The Whole Ten Yards: Bruce Willis, Matthew Perry, Natasha Henstridge, Amanda Peet, Kevin Pollack, Frank Collison, Johnny Messner 11.40 The Magaluf Weekender 12.40 The Catalina 1.40 Teen Mom 2 3.30 The Middle 4.00 Top Gear USA 4.50 Childrenâ€™s Programs
6.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 12.00 Extra12.30 Sullivan & Son 1.00 Teen Mom 2 2.00 The Middle 3.00 Extra: Presented by Mario Lopez and Maria Menounos 3.30 Childrenâ€™s Programs 6.00 Suburgatory 6.30 Two And A Half Men 7.00 Auction Hunters 8.00 Toy Hunters 8.30 Top Gear Festival Sydney 9.40 Movie: Mad Max: Mel Gibson, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Joanne Samuel, Steve Bisley, Tim Burns, Roger Ward, Lisa Aldenhoven 11.40 Nikita 12.40 Auction Hunters 1.00 Impractical Jokers 1.30 Mad 2.00 TMZ 3.30 Extra 4.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs
6.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 12.00 Extra: Presented by Mario Lopez and Maria Menounos 12.30 Toy Hunters 1.00 The Bachelorette 2.30 Auction Hunters 3.00 Extra 3.30 Childrenâ€™s Programs 6.00 Suburgatory 6.30 Two And A Half Men 7.00 Auction Hunters 7.30 The Bachelorette 9.30 Movie: What's Your Number? Chris Evans, Anna Faris, Matthew Bomer, Zachary Quinto, Ari Graynor, Blythe Danner 11.40 Fringe 12.40 Auction Hunters 1.00 Impractical Jokers 1.30 Mad 2.00 TMZ 3.30 Extra 4.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs
6.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 12.00 Extra 12.30 The Bachelorette 2.30 Auction Hunters 3.00 Extra 3.30 Childrenâ€™s Programs 6.00 Suburgatory 6.30 Two And A Half Men 7.00 Auction Hunters 7.30 Two And A Half Men 8.00 Big Bang Theory 8.30 Criss Angel Mindfreak 9.30 Movie: Toy Soldiers: Daniel Petrie, Lou Gossett Jnr, Sean Astin, Wil Wheaton, Keith Coogan, George Perez 11.40 Criss Angel Mindfreak 12.40 Auction Hunters 1.00 Impractical Jokers 1.30 Mad 2.00 TMZ 3.30 Extra 4.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs
6.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 12.00 Extra 12.30 The Bachelorette 2.30 Auction Hunters 3.00 Extra 3.30 Childrenâ€™s Programs 6.00 Suburgatory: Tessa wants to spend Thanksgiving in New York City with her mother and her grandmother. 6.30 Two And A Half Men 7.00 Auction Hunters 7.30 Two And A Half Men 8.00 Big Bang Theory 8.30 Movie: 21: Kate Bosworth 11.00 Two And A Half Men 11.30 Nikita 12.30 Auction Hunters 1.00 Impractical Jokers 1.30 Mad 2.00 TMZ 3.30 Extra 4.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 8.30 Americaâ€™s Court 9.00 Home And Away: Early Years 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Beautiful Homes And Great Estates 11.00 Route 66 12.00 Movie: Starman 2.40 Movie: Unnatural Causes 5.00 Shortland Street 5.30 Coronation Street 6.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Five 7.00 Seven News At 7 7.30 Doc Martin 8.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 Secret Location 10.30 The New Reclaimers 11.30 Downsize Me 12.30 Americaâ€™s Court 1.00 Beautiful Homes And Great Estates 1.30 Route 66
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 10.00 Home Shopping 11.00 Greenfingers 11.30 Out Of The Blue 12.00 Great South East 12.30 Creek To Coast 1.00 Queensland Weekender 1.30 Sydney Weekender 2.00 Time Of My Life 3.00 All 4 Adventure 4.30 The Great Australian Doorstep 5.30 Going Bush 6.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Six 6.30 Coastwatch 7.00 SCU: Serious Crash Unit 7.30 Cities Of The Underworld 8.30 The Border 9.30 The Inspector Lynley Mysteries 11.30 Secrets Of War 12.30 Movie: The Iron Major
6.00 Home Shopping 7.30 Leading The Way 8.00 David Jeremiah 8.30 Home Shopping 9.30 Coastal Kitchen 10.00 The People's Cookbook 11.00 Heaven's Kitchen At Large 12.00 Edible Garden 12.30 James Martin Digs Deep 1.00 James Martin's Brittany 1.30 Take On The Takeaway 2.00 Movie: How To Stuff A Wild Bikini 4.00 Movie: People That Time Forgot 6.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Seven 6.30 Seconds From Disaster 7.30 The Border 8.30 Escape To The Country 10.30 Homes Under The Hammer 11.45 Revenge 12.45 Edible Garden 1.30 James Martin Digs Deep
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 8.30 America's Court 9.00 Home And Away: Early Years 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Beautiful Homes And Great Estates 11.00 Route 66 12.00 Naked City 1.00 Movie: Pajama Party 3.00 Movie: Submarine X-1 5.00 Shortland Street 5.30 Coronation Street 6.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Eight 7.00 Seven News At 7 7.30 Burj Khalifa: Dubai's Vertical City 8.30 Jonathan Creek 9.30 Wire In The Blood 11.30 Between The Lines 12.30 Falcon 2.00 America's Court 2.30 Beautiful Homes And Great Estates 3.00 Route 66 4.00 Naked City
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 8.30 Americaâ€™s Court 9.00 Home And Away: Early Years 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Beautiful Homes And Great Estates 11.00 Route 66 12.00 Naked City 1.00 Movie: Yellowbeard 3.00 Movie: Road To Hong Kong 5.00 Shortland Street 5.30 Coronation Street 6.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night Nine 7.00 Seven News At 7 7.30 When Weather Changed History 8.30 Air Crash Investigations 9.30 Mystery 360 10.40 I Shouldn't Be Alive 11.40 Revenge 12.45 Movie: 5th Ave Girl 2.30 Beautiful Homes And Great Estates
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Childrenâ€™s Programs 8.30 Americaâ€™s Court 9.00 Home And Away: Early Years 9.30 Shortland Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30 Beautiful Homes And Great Estates 11.00 Route 66 12.15 Movie: Black Stallion Returns 2.30 Movie: Radio Flyer 5.00 Shortland Street 5.30 Coronation Street 6.00 Tennis: 2014 Australian Open: Night 10 7.00 Seven News At 7 7.30 Motorway Patrol 8.00 Dog Squad 8.30 Fantasy Homes In The City 9.30 Australia's Best Houses 10.00 Britain's Empty Homes 10.30 Agent Anna 11.30 The Bill
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tackling the tour By JOEL PETERSON
it came down to a climbersuited race,” the netApp-endura rider said. “i had good legs and felt strong, but i cramped on the final climb. i tried a few attacks early on, but i was able to push through it to finish ninth.” Mullens, who is among a number of local Women racing in the santos Women’s Cup during the Tour down Under, and dempster will both head overseas for camps with their respective teams this month. The Tour down Under represents the UCi World Tour debut for Haig, who will ride with the Uni-sA team, much to the delight of Avanti team manager steve Price. “Competing as part of the Uni-sA team in the Tour down Under is yet another opportunity for our riders to show the world what they can do,” Price said. “our program provides a clear pathway to the top echelons of the sport and this shows to us that Cycling Australia recognise and value
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Bendigo’s darren Lapthorne, Robbie Hucker and Jack Haig will look to build on solid form from the Cycling Australia Road national Championships this weekend, when they attack the santos Tour down Under on sunday. Lapthorne and Haig contributed to one of Bendigo’s most successful national championship weekends. Haig placed sixth in the under-23 individual time trial before coming ninth in the road race, taken out by gun orica greenedge sprinter Caleb ewan. Bendigo’s sam Crome also enjoyed a successful road race, finishing 14th, 27 seconds behind ewan. Peta Mullens also enjoyed a solid lead up to her first full time season on the road with her Wiggle Honda team, placing 15th in the Women’s road race. However, it was the criterium where Mullens excelled, earning the silver medal for her efforts, while
Bendigo’s Beth duryea was 11th and Kate Finegan 18th, in a race marred with multiple crashes. “(The crashes) left the race wide open for me,” Mullens said. “As a one-out rider i knew i had to stay out of trouble and look after myself for a hopeful and potential sprint finish, so i watched the moves and rode myself into position in the final few laps. “i let sarah get the jump on me and we both pushed the wind the whole straight but she was just too strong.” Lapthorne was the highest Bendigo-based finisher in the elite men’s road race in sixth, while Zak dempster was ninth, and Lachlan norris (18th) and Robbie Hucker (26th) also recorded solid results. dempster said it was a tough race, and the strength of eventual winner simon gerrans and podium-placegetters Cadel evans and Richie Porte won the day. “it was a really hard, hot race. As you can see from the first three riders over the line
OUT FRONT: Darren Lapthorne is chasing the Tour Down Under prize. what we do.” Lapthorne and Hucker will both line up for drapac Professional Cycling, in the
team’s debut race since being upgraded to Pro-Continental status. The six-stage race be-
gins with a city prologue on sunday, before stage one on Tuesday, a 135km test from nuriootpa to Angaston.
West Bendigo takes the top spot An unbeaten 128 from Matt dwyer and a brilliant bowling performance from dale Warren has vaulted West Bendigo to the top of the emu Valley Cricket Association table ahead of round nine matches getting under way this weekend. dwyer played a lone hand in the Redbacks amassing a total of 2/218 in reply to Axe Creek’s 8/197, coming in at 1/15 and never looking back. Warren took 4/22 from his seven overs for Wests as the hosts struggled to put together partnerships. number eight Charles Ready top scored for the Cowboys with 75. Ken Bell contributed a handy 39 not out and Boe Bish made 32 when the visitors went to the crease, to allow the Redbacks to leapfrog United and Marong to the top of the standings. United, meanwhile, suffered only its second loss of the season at the hands of reigning premier emu Creek. The tigers vaunted batting lineup struggled its way to only 117, Andrew Collins and Josh White the only two batsmen to get among the runs with 45 and 21 respectively. Anthony Collins destroyed the United batting order, taking a damaging 4/11 from his 7.2 overs. Tigers’ Andrew gaul claimed three wickets to be United’s best with the ball when it came time for the
emus to bat. The hosts passed the target easily, skipper daniel Chamberlain (40), Tim Hobbs (30) and Tyrone downie (24) forming a solid foundation on which the emus were able to build a comfortable win. At Pearce Reserve, Marong’s early season form did not translate to a win as the Panthers went down to Mandurang. Marong batted first but were able to capitalise at the top of the order with star opener scott Ross and dylan Tonkin both dismissed for three to leave the Panthers at 2/16. Jeremy Ross (29) and Rob Murphy (41) put on 41 for the fourth wicket, but an even bowling performance from the Rangas restricted Marong to 166. Unlike Marong, Mandurang were able to get their innings off to the right start, Matt giri (94) and Phil Berry (82) smashing their way to a first-wicket partnership of 143 as the home side rocketed to a total of 3/205. Maiden gully’s sputtering top order was again unable to fire against sedgwick at Club Court, as the Rams claimed an easy victory. Batting first, sedgwick made 8/238 from their 40 overs, led by damian Coppock (67) and greg Burns (58 not out), while Brett Haw took 3/44 for the gully. opener Mark gorrie
made 36 to get the visitors’ innings off to the right start, but the gully collapsed thereafter, Marc Brownlee providing the only middle order resistance with 58. The bowling of scott McKenzie was the difference for the Rams, taking 5/31 to restrict Maiden gully to 189. An even performance from golden gully with both bat and ball led golden gully to a comfortable
win over spring gully at Cal gully oval. Four of the Cobras’ bowlers took two wickets apiece in holding the Crows to 150, daniel Bowles (40) the best with the bat for spring gully. The early play of Jeremy Rogerson (48) and 41 from nathan Hamblin gave the Cobras momentum when it was their turn and they did not relinquish it, making 8/229 off their 40 overs.
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HOLD ON: Gabe Richards tries to block Suzy Batkovic. Photo: STEPHEN DUFFIE
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Quench the Fire
Spirit’s added height puts them in top spot to topple Townsville on back of season’s only loss By JOEL PETERSON
BENDIGO Spirit coach Bernie Harrower believes his team has never been better equipped to stop two-time reigning Women’s National Basketball League Most Valuable Player Suzy Batkovic, ahead of the Spirit’s clash against Townsville on Saturday. Batkovic has been in red-hot form recently, winning the WNBL’s player of the month award for December, and has long presented a match-up problem for the Spirit. Bendigo have always played the Opals star well, but Harrower believes with the addition of Elyse Penaluna this season, Bendigo is in a better position than ever to mix in on the inside with the 193cm Batkovic. “I think we are better equipped, with the extra height we’ve got this year we can weather the storm
against the bigger teams in the league,” he said. “I think we defend bigs as well as any team, and we did a good job on her the first time we played them. “I think it’s important not only to even the season series with them, but to beat teams you might have to come up against in the finals, and to ensure we can keep
well as fellow top-four sides Dandenong and Melbourne. “We really have to make up for that first time we played them, we went up there and they embarrassed us,” Harrower said. “I’m not putting too much thought into that first game, we are a vastly different side from that game. “We were all over the
With the extra height we’ve got this year we can weather the storm that fortress-like atmosphere we have at home going.” Townsville are the only team to beat Bendigo this season, in Townsville in round one, before the Spirit ripped off its current 16game win streak. Evening the season series with the Fire is a key for Harrower’s side, especially considering it still has to match up with the Fire again, as
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place that night, and they played really well and we have to make up for that. “That night we struggled to find anybody, now we struggle to fit everyone into the rotation, which shows how much we have improved since then.” Bendigo’s clash with Townsville tips off at 3pm on Saturday afternoon at Bendigo Stadium.