Lifestyle1 magazine Issue 478

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OVER 300 PROPERTIES 49 OPEN HOMES FREE to 28,000 homes in South East SA & South West VIC ISSUE 478 | MAY 2 - 8, 2013

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Lifestyle1 has been part of the local media landscape for more than a decade, developing not only its staple product - the free weekly magazine delivered to 28,000 homes - but also adding other publications to the Lifestyle1 stable and now the media group has added another string to its bow with a multimedia department, specialising in websites.

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Lifestyle1 was built on a platform of meeting customers’ needs and that has never changed. Business today need an online presence and Lifestyle1’s multimedia department is ready and waiting to create an exciting, informative and user friendly website that showcases your business or transform your existing website to make it as relevant and productive as possible.

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through the Deakin University Participation and Partnerships Program and a Department of Education and Early Childhood Development specialisation grant. Warrnambool East Primary School teachers Kerry McCarthy and Nadine Frankel have been nominated as the drivers of the innovation at school level. Principal Lindy Sharp said the teachers had been inspirational in developing the innovative program at WEPS. “It is the extension of the program to embrace Deakin University that has enabled it to gain greater momentum with authentic research opportunities for our students with ‘real scientists’ within our local environments,” she said. “The Inspiring Young Scientists program is benefiting not only the students at school today, but is importantly providing opportunities for them to see and experience a natural and exciting educational pathway in their local community, Deakin University.” The winning entry will receive $20,000.

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A program that brings science into the daily lives of Warrnambool East Primary School pupils is a finalist for a State award. The `Inspiring Young Scientists’ program, a partnership with the school and Deakin University’s School of Education and School of Life and Environmental Sciences, has been nominated for the Victorian Education Excellence Awards’ Outstanding Curriculum Innovation award. The winner will be announced on May 17 at Crown Palladium. The award recognises innovative teaching and learning practice in schools and the role of innovative teachers and leaders in improving outcomes for students across the government school system. Senior Lecturer from the Deakin University School of Education in Warrnambool, Dr Julianne Lynch, said Inspiring Young Scientists provides a marvellous vehicle to engage children in their schooling and for the university to professionally engage with the community. The program is funded


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the impact a vibrant, interactive online presence can have for your business. In the last calendar year, Lifestyle1 has serviced 1200 customers and the focus on online has never been stronger, which is why the multimedia department has been developed, enabling Lifestyle1 to continue to best cater for its clients’ needs. With the ever increasing range of platforms and devices on which we all get our online access, Lifestyle1 is committed to producing websites that are compatible with multiple devices,

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LOCAL ANZAC The flower beds in the Portland Botanic Gardens are alive with colour thanks to Glenelg Shire Council

tradition continues in Botanic Gardens staff and volunteers who helped prepare the renowned Portland RSL annual ANZAC Day floral tribute. The

magnificent floral tribute, which attracts visitors from all over the region to Portland’s Memorial Triangle,

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is the only one of its kind in Australia and has been a highlight of Portland’s ANZAC Day commemorations for more than 70 years. Glenelg Shire Council proudly assists the Portland RSL each year by growing thousands of dahlias, marigolds and blue salvia for the display, with additional flowers also being provided by members of the Portland and district community. Glenelg Shire Council Mayor, Cr Karen Stephens, said that council parks and gardens staff dedicated many hours to growing and maintaining the flowers, which form an array of deep blue salvia, orange marigolds and colourful dahlias. “This year the

focus was on the 100 year anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy, with guest speaker Lieutenant Commander Robert Lightbody, RAN having dedicated over 20 years of service to the navy,” Cr Stephens said. “The floral tribute

was modelled on the anchor depicted within the Royal Australian Navy crest, and will also include in excess of 600 crosses commemorating the names of those killed in war.”

a vocal treat May 23 - Ali McGregor’s Alchemy PORTLAND ARTS CENTRE, PORTLAND Ali McGregor traverses the worlds of opera, cabaret and popular culture like no other, either as a soprano with Opera Australia or as one of the original stars of The Spiegeltent’s hit show La Clique. Straight from a hit season at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Ali’s new show Alchemy draws on all her influences for inspiration – from opera to the trashy hits of the 80s and 90s. Working with the finest jazz musicians she creates unique hybrids from popular songs, standards and blues, jazz and Latin flavours.

Above - The salvias and marigolds that all formed part of the now traditional Portland ANZAC floral tribute, which has been created now for more than 70 years.

a vocal treat

May 17, 18 & 21 Sundowner SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE (May 17 & 18) & PORTLAND CIVIC HALL, PORTLAND (May 21) The realm of memory remains a great mystery. Through the eyes of three generations, Sundowner tells the story of so many Australian families. If a loved one starts to lose their memories, what role can we play in holding on to them? And how can we care for them in the present while honouring their memory? Starring Helen Morse, Sundowner combines theatre, dance and physicality in a story of lament and at times, grief and sorrow. Ultimately though, this is a story of love: love of family, love of history and love of life. “Alzheimer’s disease affects so many, yet it is not a topic that is readily discussed. Sundowner, by KAGE, will be a conversation starter and tear-jerker for many viewers.” - Herald Sun

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fundraising project breaks ground

The rewards of four years planning are finally being reaped as Western District Health Service’s Watermark Charity House project literally begins to get off the ground. A longheld vision to create a standout Hamilton residence to auction and ultimately benefit the Health Service is now a reality as the building rises from the earth next to beautiful Lake Hamilton. Watermark Charity House committee chairman Hugh

Macdonald said great excitement filtered through Hamilton as the long-talked about project finally saw action on site. “About four years ago we began discussing how this project might look and what benefit it could have for the Health Service,” he said. “While details and personalities have changed over that time the vision remains the same and we now find ourselves embarking on a project that will deliver one

of Hamilton’s premier residences in one of its most stunning locations.” Since the recent acquisition of a land title and receipt of the building permit, the support received from local tradesmen and suppliers had been tremendous. “It’s taken us a long time to get the point of earth being turned but now the pieces are falling into place,” Mr Macdonald said. “People recognise the importance of this project, they

understand what it means to be involved and we’ve been overawed by the positive response from everybody we speak to.” The Watermark Charity House construction management team comprises local tradesmen with many years of experience and a number of relationships that will be utilised throughout the construction period. Max Murray, Rod Papworth, Peter Smith, Barry Raymond and Bruce Warburton will co-ordinate teams of local tradesmen, many of who are volunteering their time to help create the Watermark dream. Mr Macdonald said having people of this stature associated with the project was helping to draw other skilled local labour into the project. “There is no doubt that our team of co-ordinators has helped to convince others to the validity of this project and also to assure the public that when Watermark House is completed,

save the date May 24 La Rosa LOCAL IMAGES, PENOLA Roses delight the world over in a variety of colours, shapes and fragrances. ‘La Rosa’ is a joint exhibition by local artists Benedetta Rusconi, photojournalist and Lois Hodge, watercolourist. Each artist, using different mediums, will feature classic, new and unique roses grown throughout the Limestone Coast and promises to be a versatile and stunning exhibition. The exhibition opening will be on Friday, May 24, from 5pm with the official opening by well known local and rose enthusiast, Doug Balnaves at 5.30pm. - 005

it will be a home of quality and construction excellence.” cont. page 6

Below - Hamilton-based LK Earthworks begin the process of digging out the Watermark Charity House Site.

LK Earthworks have volunteered machinery and labour to get the building process underway.


fundraising project breaks ground from page 5

As the initial ground works continue some extremely generous donations of goods and services have

emerged. Generous financial contributions from Geoff Handbury, Bob Templeton, Craig and Carolyn

Collins and the Rotary Club of Hamilton have allowed advancement of the project. Companies

and organisations to provide initial support include Grampians Sandstone, Hammonds Paints, Bruhn Stone, Paslta Masta Knauf, LK Earthmovers, Steele and Tippett Building Designers, Selkirk Bricks, Brayley and Hayes, Rural Steel, Ivory Print, Baltica Blue, Cowland Electrical, Grangeburn Comfort Inn, Lowe Consulting, Southern Grampians Shire Council, All About Fencing, Hamilton Hire and the Wilsmore Nelson Group. Promotional support received from Ace Radio and the Hamilton Spectator has assisted in gaining these commitments together with a Charity House display placed in the Kerr and Co window in Gray St. As construction progresses the need for materials and skilled volunteers to assist will continue. “This project allows contribution in a variety of fashions.

LOCAL On This could be through the provision of time and skills, donation of building materials or vouchers for household goods or assistance with breakfast and lunch catering for tradesmen, Mr Macdonald said. “This is a house built by the community to benefit the community so no offer of assistance will be refused. “Every day in the life of this project brings new excitement and we continue to be impressed by the willingness of our community members to contribute to this very worthwhile charity initiative.” For further information or to make a contribution visit the Watermark Charity House website at www.watermarkcharit or contact WDHS Community Liaison department on (03)555 18540

your bike

It’s never too late to learn to ride a bike, and Glenelg Shire Council is offering FREE Austcycle training to people of all ages as part of the Healthy Communities Get Active Glenelg2Grampians Project. The Lagoon Bike Education sessions and social bike ride will be held every Wednesday at 9.15am until May 29, with the meeting point at the Fawthrop Lagoon BBQ area. Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr Karen Stephens said that the free bike skills sessions and social ride aim to encourage residents to be more active, cut

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October 5-6, 2013 at the Hamilton Showgrounds

anticipated to attract 5,000 visitors. Indoor & Outdoor site options For more information and a trade prospectus phone 03 5572 2563 or email, • Sport • Leisure • 4WD • ATV • Motorcycle

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down on fuel costs and save the environment, and make some new friends along the way. “This is a great opportunity to learn basic bike skills from a qualified Austcycle teacher, that gives people the confidence to ride more often, in a fun and supportive learning environment,” she said. “The Austcycle sessions cover a range of skills such as how to conduct a basic bike check, correct riding position, mounting and dismounting, changing gears and stopping and turning. “Adults of any skill level are welcome to attend, from absolute beginners to those who already have some bike skills. “The Healthy Communities Initiative aims to raise awareness of the importance of physical activity and to increase participation in physical activity, and cycling is a great way to get fit whilst having fun with your friends and family.” The Lagoon Bike Education initiative is facilitated by Glenelg Shire Council, through the Get Active Glenelg2Grampians project funded by the Australian Government’s Healthy Communities Initiative. For further information contact the Healthy Communities Coordinator on 0407 293 224.

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4 Lange Street Mount Gambier


• Main bedroom has a W.I.R plus huge bathroom • Bedrooms 2, 3 & 4 all have B.I.R. + office or 5th bedroom • Large formal lounge, Open plan kitchen/dining & living

• Two bedrooms both with built-in-robes • Open plan kitchen/dining • Upgraded kitchen with electric cooking • Private rear area. Allocated car parking • Walking distance to shops and the city centre • Currently leased at $130 per week (periodic)

room, 3rd living area designed as kids play room • Elevated timber decked outside entertaining area • Double garage with auto door. 6m x 6m double shed

15 Victor Street Mount Gambier

• Large main bedroom with built ins. • Lounge room with lovely open fire place. • Large very well maintained kitchen/dining. • Solid stone extra length garage, 2 separate rooms to the rear & a workshop/storage area.


3 4 Howard Street Mount Gambier




4 Byrne Street Mount Gambier

• Front protected patio • Open wood fire, gas wall heater & A/C • Plenty of space in the kitchen & large lounge • Timber kitchen with gas oven & new gas cook top • Bedrooms 1& 3 have floorboards • Two 6m x 6m Colorbond sheds


• Slate entrance thru to kitchen / dining area • Large lounge room boasting polished floorboards and gas heater • 3 bedrooms, main & 2nd, both have B.I.R. • Great outside veranda for entertaining • Single garage + garden shed, enclosed backyard


8 Bond Street Mount Gambier




7 Ronald Grove Mount Gambier



• S/C wood heater • Separate 6m x 6m garage

• Superb outdoor entertaining area





21 Creek Street Mount Gambier




9 Smith Street Mount Gambier


• 3 Bedrooms – all with built-in robes • 2-way family bathroom • Timber kitchen with dishwasher and wall oven • Formal lounge with electric heater • Undercover entertaining area, established lawns

• Main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite • Multiple living areas • Great northerly aspect overlooking park lands • Brand new gas hot water service • A true entertainers delight • Check our website for new photos.

and garden. Single garage with auto door






• Currently tenanted.

• Great potential in sought after area


2 Noora Court Mount Gambier

• 4 bedrooms, 3 with built-in robes • Large open plan living area with built-in bar • Ducted gas heating, roller shutters to a majority of the windows. • Covered & paved outdoor entertaining area.

• 2 large bedrooms with built ins • Formal dining with S/C wood heating, could be utilised as 3rd bedroom if required • Bright and spacious lounge with S/S R/C A/C • Stunning polished floorboards throughout


• 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 with built ins • Large open plan living with S/C heating & A/C • Solid timber kitchen with as new stainless steel oven & cook top Plus Fisher & Paykel Dishwasher • Stunning conservatory style dining room

• Elevated 6 roomed residence on a large corner allotment of 956m2 • Separate dining room, modern kitchen











• Main bedroom with WIR plus extra large ensuite • 3 remaining bedrooms boast built-in robes • Stunning tiled open plan kitchen/dining/family • Second living area near main bedroom • Gas log fire + ducted zoned heating and cooling • Double garage with auto doors + internal access


31 Ferrers Street Mount Gambier








3 Eumerella Street Mount Gambier





• 3 Bedroom very well maintained home











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2 5/54 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier





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3 4 Link Street Mount Gambier




• Brick veneer home in great location • Main bedroom with ensuite & walk-in robe, remaining bedrooms have built-ins • Two living areas. R/C air con plus wood heater • Extra large block with two large sheds plus carport Well maintained home with low maintenance

4 155 Wireless Road West Mount Gambier



2 $310,000

• Main bedroom with ensuite & built in robes, bedrooms 2 & 3 have built ins • Open plan living area, ducted heating & cooling • Rear pergola for all your outdoor entertaining. • Garage UMR with auto roller door & internal access. • Garaging at rear with single Colorbond garage


9 Wallace Street Mount Gambier • Character stone home in great location • 3 bedrooms, main with built-in robes • Large allotment of 1019m2 • Zoned ducted gas heating • 2 living areas • Double stone garage & double carport - 008


4 $329,500

21445 Riddoch Highway Moorak


2 $334,000

• Delightful 1920 bungalow of 5 rooms on .47ha of land. • Only a couple of km south of The Blue Lake • Outdoor Living + orchard and gardens • Elevated site with a large garage/workshop building approx 100m2

5 6 Lemana Court Mount Gambier





• Three bedrooms all with built-ins • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room • S/C wood fire plus zoned R/C heat/cool A/C • Double carport, double garage with large workshop • Backyard with established lawns and garden

2 3/36 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier



• Garage UMR with internal access.

• 4 bedrooms, 2 with WIR’s and one with BIR’s • 3 large living areas, Entertaining room with large BI bar, projection TV & surround sound • Large rear veranda, entertaining area, open fire • 5 car shedding plus workshop area. 2 car carport • In ground pool, 30 fruit trees+100 bird aviaries approx 8 acres


• A vacant plot of land in the middle of the township with residential zoning • Take advantage of the Government Assistance new home grant of up to $23,500 till the 30/6/13 • Flat allotment of 307m2 idea for a small home or unit

0 Nelson Road Lakes Park

New Prices From $92,000

• Residential Development • Selection of residential allotments and larger country living allotments. • Smaller allotments from 687m2 • Larger allotments from 3000m2 or the choice of



437 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier


• Here is a opportunity to secure city acreage • Great level block, Zoned country living • 46 m2 frontage , 48 m2 rear , 97 m2 east side and 84 m2 west side • Approx 4164 m2 total • Access to water and power

45 Compton Street Port MacDonnell


0 $159,000

• Concrete block shed, Completely self contained • Ideal Fishermans shack, 1 street back from beach • Small kitchenette, bathroom & separate toilet • Build up to obtain coastal views

halving the allotment to 1500m2



Colorbond garage

Eldridge Drive Mount Gambier

$129,500 - $138,500

• Allotments ranging in size from 3125m2 to 4166m2. the • The choice of a block taking in panoramic views of City or a lovely outlook of Attamurra Golf Course. • Vendor finance can be arranged if required. • All services are available to the allotments. • Got to be quick. Only 4 allotments left.






• Conveniently located level ¾ area allotment


6A Gordon Street Mount Gambier


51 Eldridge Drive Mount Gambier

• 4 bedroom or 3 + a study, main with ensuite • Stunning open plan living area & formal lounge • Lovely alfresco entertaining area • Double garage UMR + separate 7.5m x 12m

• North facing large jarrah deck

7 $825,000


• All bedrooms have built-in robes & the main bedroom has an elegant ensuite and study • 2 living areas, a large open style family room and large kitchen, a home theatre room for entertainment adjacent to an internal atrium



92 Billings Road Worrolong


61 Dalkeith Drive Mount Gambier








• 2 bedroom unit tucked away quietly at the rear • 2 large bedrooms, main with bay window & BIR’s • Good size lounge room. • Private low maintenance rear yard. • Large & very well presented kitchen/dining area

• Two bedroom self contained unit at rear





76 Meylin Street Port MacDonnell







15 Dry Creek Road Donovans


• Main house with 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR’s • Large lounge with S/C fire & ceiling fan

• 2 large bedrooms, main with plenty of built-ins. • Roomy lounge room with gas heating. • The home would be very easy to extend in the

• Double carport + Double garage • At rear of house separate living • 2 bedrooms both with BIR’s

future should the need arise. • Solid stone garage, very neat gardens. • A short walk to the beach and shops






• Lot 2 and Lot 4 North Nelson Road 2 - Lot 2 approx 787 m – $110,000. 2 - Lot 4 approx 720 m - $80,000.

• Lot 3 Moonah Ave Lovely panoramic rural outlook approx 980m2 - $132,000. 2 • Bradford court x 2 Two allotments approx 2,550m - $142,000 ea. 2 • Bradford court 2,550m with large 15m x 7.6m Colorbond garage $174,000. • Vause Road Approx 2 ha, Colorbond shed and








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large rainwater tank - $259,000 • Lot 7 Moonah Avenue Approx 817m2 $95,000 • 32 Sydney Street Approx 700m2 $87,500 • Lot 12-14 North Nelson Road allotment 1 & 4

$82,500 and allotment 2 & 3 $89,500 or $159,000 for all allotments

39 Oldbridge Road Nelson


• Elevated home with dominant views over the river, estuary and Southern Ocean • The home and garages are on 3 levels rd the • 2 bedrooms with a 3 bedroom/rumpus room on highest level above the double garage • Open plan dining/kitchen/living area

Lot 15 Neil Black Road Mount Gambier


• Two good size bedrooms, main with built-ins • Well presented with potential for alterations • Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge room • Impressive timber kitchen, S/C wood fire • North facing veranda plus entertaining area • Plenty of car parking - 009


11 Stonehaven Avenue Nelson

1 $229,500

• 3 bedrooms, main boasts BIR’s • Main bedroom also includes wall TV • Good size lounge, Timber flooring in dining & kitchen • Double garage plus garden sheds • Bore plus rain water suppling the house • Private front timber pergola Check out the new price!



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• Centrally located close to Reidy Park School and High Schools • North facing 3 bedroom brick home • Master bedroom with WI robe and ensuite • BI robes in bedrooms 2 and 3 • Modern kitchen with BI dishwasher and casual dining • Formal L shaped lounge/dining with gas hea ng • Drive through garage UMR

• Perfect for the ac ve family with three double bedrooms • Master with ensuite and BI robes • Open plan kitchen / dining & family rooms • Formal dining room with balustrade overlooking a sunken formal lounge • Ducted reverse cycle air condi oning

PRICED AT $242,500

PRICED AT $285,000



• Plus s/c wood heater and portable gas heater • Designated office area or guest room • Drive through 3 car garage and workshop • Low maintenance yard with great street appeal and situated between St Mar n’s school and McDonald Park Primary.

20 Lasiandra Crescent A WINNER FOR THE BEGINNER




• Three bedroom brick and le home in the North West of the City • BI robes in all three bedroom • Formal lounge with gas hea ng • Kitchen with new gas oven and casual dining • Upgraded bathroom with bath & separate shower • Covered outdoor pergola at the rear PRICED AT $199,000


27 Sunset Drive A BREATH OF FRESH AIR!






• Three bedroom brick & le home adjoining to Council Reserve • Open plan kitchen / dining / family with gas hea ng & air condi oner • BI robes to all 3 bedrooms • Fabulous 3 way bathroom with double vanity • Separate shower and bath & separate WC • Sliding door to rear pa o & private rear yard with gazebo

• Stone ex Trust home in great South East loca on • Beau fully upgraded offering 3 bedrooms • Lounge with feature gas heater • Stunning kitchen/dining with loads of cupboards • Centrally located bathroom

PRICED AT $247,000

PRICED AT $179,500







• Roomy rear yard with pet hutch • Detached garage with remote control door • Very private and surrounded by quality renovated homes ....... it’s just great!

Chris & Mary’s Fish & Chips BUSINESS • An iconic local business with current owners for over 23 years wishing to re re • Open 6 days per week supplying the best takeaway fish n chips and Yiros’ in town • Ideal husband and wife or partnership opera on • Main street loca on with easy parking • Consistent healthy profit figures with a steady growth pa ern • Some vendor finance may be available to approved purchasers PRICED AT $80,000

67 Pinehall Avenue 2 HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE


• Well established solid brick and le home • Suited to a variety of accomoda on needs • Four bedrooms with BI robes and master with ensuite & WI robe • Spacious & comfortable formal lounge/dining • Recently installed mber kitchen with breakfast bar & casual dining area

• Unique Country Living • Deligh ul log cabin on approx 3 acres • A split level house with 4 bedrooms - 3 with BI robes plus study • Countrystyle kitchen with dishwasher and pantry • Main bathroom plus ensuite to master bedroom • Slow combus on heater plus open fire place

PRICED AT $275,000

PRICED AT $495,000



• Beau ful terraced gardens • 2 car garage & 2 carports • Addi onal 3 bedroom house on other end of block with separate access • Walking distance to Primary School

25 Hay Terrace, Kongorong TRANQUIL COUNTRY LIVING • • • • • • •




Situated in the town ship of Kongorong. Close to School Country P.O. and spor ng complex. Superb solid brick family residence. Three spacious bedrooms. Formal lounge and dining. Informal family playroom area. Enclosed rear entertaining area ideal for alfresco dining.

PRICED AT $299,500

Rentals 3/11 WERONA STREET $100 PER WEEK Cosy 1 bdrm flat, kitchen with elec cooking, electric hea ng, sep laundry 11 MONTGOMERY AVENUE $230 PER WEEK 3 bdrm home, 2 bdrm with BIR’s, electric cooking, lounge, garge UMR, under cover pa o area

23 Lila Crescent, Nene Valley STYLISH SEASIDE RESIDENCE






• Stunning 3 bedroom home on a large allotment • Built in robes in all bedrooms • Raked ceilings to living areas • Blackwood mber kitchen with B/fast bar • Open plan living dining • Split system R/C air condi oning • Total upgrade inside and out

• Situated on a corner allotment with side street access to yard • Centrally located close to schools and shopping • Three bedroom, master with BI robes • Central bathroom with bath • Original kitchen with electric cooking

PRICED AT $339,000

PRICED AT $269,500

• Formal dining area adjoining the lounge • S/C wood heater for the winter months • An ideal beginner’s home



17 AUVALE CRESCENT $320 PER WEEK 3 bdrm home plus study. Main bdrm with WIR & ensuite including bidet. Other 2 bdrms have BI robes & desks. Sep bathroom toilet & vanity. Gas ducted hea ng. Spacious kitchen with dishwasher. Large lounge. Double remote control garage with internal access. Lge back yard with Pergola. NO pets.

Phone (08) 8723 2121 55 Commercial St East, Mount Gambier John Overmaat 0417 874 286 Steve Auld 0478 144 178 Kim Cawthorne 0418 807 596 RLA 100053 - 010

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97 Meylin St, Pt MacDonnell

129 Sea Pde, Pt MacDonnell


OPEN SUNDAY 1.00 - 1.30pm


OPEN SUNDAY 2.10 - 2.30pm

• Spacious, quality home with beautiful window dressings, fittings and low maintenance flooring, unbelievable throughout • Large entertaining area that flows through to the outside living • Multiple living areas • A very special home. Reduced $65,000

• Solid brick and tile home, very light & spacey. • 3 living areas, great entertaining and low maintenance. • Large alfresco living, fully enclosed. • Newish kitchen and renovated bathroom, solar hot water service. • 2 toilets, ducted heating for instant heat.

• A very unassuming home on the seafront at Port Mac • Great 800m2 flat block with fully paved rear yard • 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, huge family room + lounge with both gas log fire + split system • Views over the sea and beach access opposite • Access through rear of the shed to extra c/bond shed

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Sue Francis 0419 844 764

18 Howard Street, Mt Gambier $95,000

22 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell $218,000

OPEN SUNDAY 11.45 - 12noon • • • • • •

Smart modern secure open plan living close CBD Privately screened paved courtyard 2 Bedrooms with reverse cycle air in living area Galley Kitchen with plenty cupboard/drawer space Fast electric cooking with pantry cupboards Economical front load washing machine included under bench

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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• Tree Change Opportunity - Be Your Own Boss • Extremely rare lifestyle, work from home. • Easily run boutique, wine, cider, function room. • Cellar door and 2 bedroom home, potential B&B also solar. • 2.4 H.A, approx 1000 apple trees, 1ha vines Riesling & pinot noir.

3/4 Hartley St, Mt Gambier $164,900 - $174,900


28 Matthew Flinders Way


27 Meylin St, Pt MacDonnell


OPEN SUNDAY 1.00 - 1.15pm

• Fantastic opportunity to own your own home • Stone residence set on a 604m2 allotment, very presentable, easy living and low maint. • Features 3 bedrooms, upgraded bathroom with separate toilet, combined kitchen/dining with separate lounge/living area • Rear yard access with secure fencing

• 3-4 bedroom stone + iron home, close to beach and central to all amenities, with s/c wood heating. • Large new kitchen big s/s gas stove, instant gas HWS. Fresh paints and new floor coverings throughout. • Huge bathroom with separate bath

Sue Francis 0419 844 764

Sue Francis 0419 844 764

34 Compton St, Pt MacDonnell $149,500

58 Sea Pde, Pt MacDonnell $329,000 - $339,000

RENTALS 4/42 Jubilee Hwy East - Avail Now $115p/w 4/57 Milstead St, Pt Mac - Avail Now $130p/w 5 Barwon Cres - Available Now $180p/w 22 Milstead St, Pt Mac - Avail Now $190p/w 1/13 Brigalow Cres - Available Now $200p/w 1/8 Kurrajong St - Available 21/5 $200p/w 1/4 Hartley St - Available 7/6 $205p/w 1/14 Paltridge St - Available 24/5 $235p/w 58 Sea Pde, Pt Mac - Avail Now $270p/w 2 Lumidin Blvd - Available Now $320p/w Lot 51 Riddoch Hwy, Wandilo - Avail Now $330p/w 1/142 Sea Pde, Pt Mac - Avail Now $350p/w 77A Sea Pde, Pt Mac - Avail Now $450p/w 68 Church St, Pt MacDonnell



OPEN SUNDAY 12.55 - 1.10pm

OPEN SUNDAY 1.15 - 1.30pm

OPEN SUNDAY 12.30 - 12.45pm

• Central solidly constructed brick & iron residence set on a 473m2 allotment • Heritage bathroom with spa bath and extra vanity • Neutral décor throughout, BIR, lovely timber kitchen • 3 Bedrooms, lounge, family room plus tiled sunroom. • Double length auto garage with internal access & rear door to a low mainten yard

• Great little beach house with 2 bedrooms, BIR’s plus a sleep out • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with s/c wood heating • Rear yard access to a huge 4 bay shed with 3 phase power • Well worth a look

• Beachfront - absolute central, opposite jetty and breakwater, rear access. • 4 bedroom stone home 2 with built ins. Sleeps 9 adults plus one baby. • 2 living areas, plus sunroom & large bathroom. • Central kitchen, wall oven & bench hotplates. • Garage & carport, paved covered patio

• Centrally located 3 bedroom stone home on approx 550m2 flat allotment, with all alloy windows. • Updated large kitchen/dining plus big formal lounge with mantle and gas heating. • Huge family room with sliding doors to the u/c patio.

Sue Francis 0419 844 764

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RLA 115603

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58 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier

123 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $189,000

14 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $209,900 WE NERIC P

OPEN SAT 10.00 - 10.30am

BREATHTAKING CITY VIEWS Delightfully unique, solid brick, split level home on large allotment of 1000m2 with panoramic city views. Recently renovated to an impeccable standard, the huge open plan living offers tiled kitchen with blackwood cupboards, elec cooking & d/washer, dining/family with raked ceiling, floating f/boards, s/c heating & r/c a/c. All of this, with uninterrupted views through double glazed windows to a private balcony. A versatile floorplan allows for 3BR & 3 spacious living areas, or up to 5BR – 2 with private entry, ideal for separate living arrangements. A striking bathroom is conveniently located in a central hallway, with floor to ceiling tiles, spa bath & sep WC. A 2nd WC & shower adjoin the 5th BR/rumpus room. Excellent shedding includes a 4 Bay c/bond garage with power & concrete, containing workshop area & s/c heater, with a large decked pergola adjoining. A must see - phone for your private inspection today!





• Lovingly restored 4BR character home in the CBD • Stunning redgum kitchen/dining opens to exceptional o/door entertaining area • Sparkling solar heated inground swimming pool • In conjunction with Vicki Quinn Real Estate


BUSINESSES FOR SALE T&S Krieger Rural & General Store Popular long established rural & general store, providing essential day to day services for the local community. Australia Post, hardware store and sole fuel outlet within Kalangadoo area with excellent returns. The retail shop is spacious & provides fantastic opportunities to expand into other retail lines. Two freehold titles available including separate garage, offering possibilities for establishing new business. Genuine reason for sale. Exp. of Interest Shepherdson Road Store Long established icon delicatessen, catering to loyal local clientele & showing good returns. The business also offers a highly profitable take away food & catering trade to the area. Perfectly positioned between Tenison & Reidy Park schools. Busy main road frontage with ample off street parking. Excellent family business with as new high quality plant & equipment. Long lease available. $75,000 + S.A.V.

INVESTORS / FIRST HOME BUYERS 2 Cockburn St, Mt Gambier 229 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier 2 Hirth St, Mt Gambier 58 Wehl St Nth, Mt Gambier 17 Hart Street, Mt Gambier 83 Wireless Rd West, Mt Gambeir 76 Bertha St, Mt Gambier 8 Gordon St, Mt Gambier 29 Gordon St, Mt Gambier 10 Shaugnessy Ct, Mt Gambier 24 Anthony Street, Mt Gambier





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15 Sharley Avenue, Mount Gambier $199,000 WE NERIC P

1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier

• Spacious & affordable family home close to the Mt Gambier Hospital & new Marketplace • Open lounge with s/c heating & north facing balcony • 2nd family room with built-in bar, r/c a/c & o/door access • Enclosed rear yard ideal for children or pets

OPEN SAT 11.30 - 12.00 Noon

7 High Street, Mount Gambier


• Attention 1st home buyers & investors! • Value packed 3BR home on large allotment with secure 3 car shedding • Huge as new family room with S/C wood heating & r/c a/c, spacious pergola • At the new price of $209,900, this is 1 3 a great chance to enter the market 3






OPEN SAT 12.15 - 12.45pm

17 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier $559,000


OPEN SAT 10.45 - 11.15am

• 3BR Mt Gambier stone home on huge allotment of 1163m2 • Kitchen/dining with elec cooking & double glass doors to spacious lounge with gas heating • Rear yard access, detached single car garage with power & concrete • In conjunction with 3 1 1 Gebhardts Real Estate

OPEN SUN 11.00 - 11.45am • Superbly presented Federation residence on a magnificent 1533m2 allotment in one of Mt Gambier’s prestigious streets • Features include brand new kitchen, 15ft ornate ceilings polished f/boards, Marble fireplaces, ducted under floor gas heating, 4 bay garage, 2 1 4st access from Jardine & Mitchell St 4

68 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier . $514,000 R IL DO AVA N VENCE A FIN

2 Burdikin Avenue, Mount Gambier $225,000 W SE NE EA L RE

• Unique chalet style 3BR home set amongst est. gardens on 2017m2 allotment • Well maintained tennis court with o/looking pergola • Rare opportunity to purchase such a large piece of land so close to the city • Phone today for your private 3 1 2 inspection

• Builders own executive home, offering 2 separate living arrangements of 50sq • Upper Level – 2BR, 2 Bath, 2 Living, office & alfresco • Lower Level – 2BR, two-way bathroom, kitchen/ dining, 2 living & remote dble garage

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7 Kywong Court, Mount Gambier $325,000

21 Vivienne Avenue, Mount Gambier $399,000 RSD FEITE F O NV I





Low or no electricity & gas bills with solar power 3BR + study brick & tile home in quiet cul-de-sac Blackwood timber kitchen, R/c ducted air conditioning Huge entertaining area, double c/bond garage Rental appraisalup to $240/week





9 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier $299,000

$7,500 CASHBACK TO APPROVED PURCHASER - ENQUIRE TODAY! • Solid & spacious family home • 4BR, 2 bathrooms, 2 living • Quiet cul-de-sac, secure rear yard • Excellent shedding with double garage UMR & access to 6x12m shed • Everything for the growing family

• Immaculate 34 sq Mt Gambier stone home • Corner allotment of approx. 815m2 • R/C A/C gas ducted heating, central vacuum system • Impressive raised pergola with timber decking • Close to Mt Gambier Hospital & Big W Complex • Ideal for the professional, rental 4 2 2 appraisal up to $370/week

• Superbly designed 4BR home located amongst quality homes in a well established area • Beautiful & private gardens • Gas heating, gas & elec cooking, gas HWS, two-way bathroom with shower, spa & WC, plus 2nd sep WC • Single garage UMR with remote, 4 1 1 internal & rear yard access

76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $235,000 E BL IA T GO NE

91 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier $170,000

77 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier $169,900 WE NERIC P

• Character 4BR Mt Gambier stone home on 1012m2 allot. • Fantastic location close to city centre, Reidy Park PS &Tenison Woods College • Gas heating, s/c heating & air conditioning • 2 living areas, ideal for separate living arrangements 4 1 4 • High clearance carport

• Bright & inviting 3BR Mt Gambier stone home on low maintenance grounds close to city • Timber kitchen with gas cooking & d/washer, lounge with polished f/boards & gas log fire • Renovated & very affordable first home or investment wiith a periodic 3 1 2 lease of $220/week

• Inviting 3BR Mt Gambier stone home in central location, close to McDonald Park PS, Woolworths & East Gambier FC • Country style kitchen with elec cooking & servery to dining room/lounge • New carpets & freshly 3 1 2 painted throughout



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Phone 08 8723 3416 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier RLA 185 456 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991

11 Hill Road, Yahl

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416

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4 Springs Road, Port MacDonnell $395,000


OPEN SUN 12.30 - 1.00pm • MORTGAGEE AUCTION, Saturday, May 25, 12 Noon on site • Terms: 10% Deposit on fall of hammer with balance at settlement 25/06/2013. • Brand new kitchen with isl bench, open plan living • Dble garage with concrete, power, 2 2 kitchen facilities, shower & toilet 3

• Private rural setting on 4 Acres, with solid brick 4BR family home & tennis court • Huge sunken lounge, with glass doors to North facing pergola, raked ceilings, exposed beams & s/c heating • Est trees & gardens surround 2 3 the home with r/water & bore 4

346 Burnda Road, Compton

1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong

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• Immaculate 3BR timber frame home set on picturesque 2.19Ha allotment • Open plan living with r/c a/c, timber kitchen with elec cooking & BI bar, fantastic o/door entertaining • Excellent shedding includes high clearance 7x9.5m, 3bay garage & carport 3 1 6 • 4x 5,000 gall tanks

24 Yahl Main Road, Yahl $475,000

• Unique property offering extra room for extended family or Bed & Breakfast (S.T.C.A.) • 3BR brick home & 5BR Blue Lake Home on 4725m2 allot • Both homes connected to Blue Lake water & Envirocycle • Close to Yahl Primary School


173 Uphills Road, Kongorong 14 ES R AC




• 4-5BR solid brick home tucked away in a beautiful rural setting on 14 Acres • Polished floorboards, formal dining & lounge, blackwood kitchen/dining with elec cooking & family room/5th bedroom • 4 main paddocks, plus house 5 2 7 & shed yards

87 Cram Road, Glencoe $375,000

• Escape city life to an affordable, quieter lifestyle on 37 acres in Glencoe • Brand new kitchen with gas cooking, family room, 4BR + office, elevated pergola • 4 bay iron shed plus various other sheds • Fenced into 4 main paddocks 4 1 4 with 2 house yard paddocks



• Perfectly positioned on 1 Acre, with dual driveways, 40Sq executive family home • Magnificent floor plan includes 5BR, 3 Bath, 3 Living plus Huge Pergola • Sparkling solar heated pool alongside renovated 2 storey barn with BBQ area 4 5 • 5 Bay high clearance garage 5

BEACHSIDE HOME Just a stone’s throw from the beach, you’ll find this outstandingly presented 2BR, 2 Bathroom home, offering low maintenance living at its best & with easy conversion to a 3BR home.A feature of the home is the functional open plan kitchen & dining area with elec cooking & d/washer. A large family room offers the options of gas heating or r/cycle A/C & leads to the enclosed verandah for larger family gatherings. All bedrooms are queen size rooms with the master bedroom including new WIR & en-suite. Outside features include rear yard access, secure low maintenance grounds, large 2 bay high clearance shed, plus adjoining 3 bay garage, both with power & concrete, excellent for caravan & boat. A seaside opportunity not to be missed. For further details or to arrange your inspection, please contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266.





20495 Penola Road, Mount Gambier $294,000

Lot 8 Shellsea Court, Pelican Point $239,000 VE SI 00 N S O 0 I A , M $56 CT DU RE

Lot 75 Holloway Street, Donovans $239,500 WIWO W SE NE EA L RE

• Character turn of the century family home set on 4 acres • Country style dine-in kitchen with elec cooking, north facing formal lounge with gas heating, spacious bathroom & 2nd WC • 4 Bay High Clearance garage, plus 3 Bay Carport • Very affordable country property 4 1 5 only minutes from the city

• Fantastic fisherman’s retreat, suitable for holiday or permanent living • Just a short stroll to the beach • As new 3BR home with open plan living & pergola • Rainwater connected with back up equipped bore • Excellent shedding and 3 1 2 workshop, it’s all here!

• Elevated allotment of 1423m2 at the end of a cul-de-sac • 18m x 7.5m c/bond shed, tastefully converted to 2BR home with decked BBQ area & 2 bay 3.5m high clearance garage • R/water tanks with pump, equipped bore, landscaped gardens, established trees 2 1 2 & shrubs

148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 ES R AC

20 Banksia Street, Nelson RSD FEITE F O NV I

7 Sydney Street, Nelson



• Beautiful Federation style residence amongst attractive gardens on 15 Acres • 3BR, formal dining & lounge, sitting room, country style dine-in kitchen, high ceilings, striking leadlight, open fire places & timber mantles • Purchase your own magnificent piece of history & enjoy a rural lifestyle 3 1 6

• Enjoy the peace & tranquillity of the picturesque Glenelg River • 3BR home plus excellent shedding on low maintenance allotment • R/C A/C, S/C heating, 2 r/water tanks & equipped bore • Owen Pettingill - Licenced Agent

Lot 297 Chambers Road, Mount Gambier $380,000 W SE NE EA L RE

Lot 12 Casterton Road, Mount Gambier $675,000 W SE NE EA L RE

• Build your dream home (S.T.C.A.) • 55 Acres (22.50Ha) of land minutes from Mt Gambier • Power running through property • Frontage to Chambers Road • Elevated views with ideal site for new home

• Prime location, close to Mt Gambier • 100 Acres (40.47Ha) of land fenced into 6 paddocksa • Highly regarded productive soil • Frontage to Casterton & Chambers Road • Adjoining 155 acres available


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• Attractive family home with 30ft x 40ft high clearance garage – ideal for caravan or boat • Boasting 9 ft ceilings, formal lounge, modern kitchen, adjoining family/meals area, huge rumpus room, paved alfresco & gorgeous garden setting • S/S a/c, s/c heating, r/water, equipped 2 6 bore, dbl garage UMR with int. access 3

BLOCKS OF LAND Corriedale Heights 693m2-1236m2 From $92,000 Lot 12 Nelson Road, OB Flat 2.5 Acres $155,000 Lot 2 Mount Percy Rd, Compton 3 Acres $249,500 Lot 51 Buck Rd, Moorak 5 Acres $179,500 Lot 1-6 Kirip Rd, Glencoe 5 - 10 Acres From $80,000 Lot 72 Eight Mile Creek Road 6592m2 $230,000 Lot 73 & 74 Holloway St, Donovans $74,000 Lot 21 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl 7 Acres $220,000 Chuck Road, Tarpeena 20 Acres, 2 Titles $180,000 Sec 81 & 88 Bailey Road, Tarpeena 20 Acres & 18.75 Acres $150,000 Each Lot 20 Post Office, Mt Schank 13.5 Acres $230,000 Lot 2 Old Kalangadoo-Penola Rd 340 Acres $760,000 378 Stephens Rd, Gorae West 550 Acres $3,400/Acre Mumbannar-Wanwin Rd, Mumbannar 135 Acres $158,000 Earls Road, Nelson 144 Acres $341,000 Portland-Nelson Rd, Nelson 251 Acres $690,000

Suite 2/14 Helen Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 Ph 08 8725 5766

56 Wehl Street South


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A spacious & solid home in the heart of the city - loads of space & loads of potential. OPEN Close to Reidy Park SAT school & shopping - a 10.15 - 10.45 minute to everywhere!

2 Victor Street


12 Warren Street


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Beautifully and tastefully upgraded throughout – no stone has been left unturned. A OPEN quiet elevated location SAT and fantastic renovated 11.00 - 11.30 home.

11 St Martins Drive


74 North Terrace


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A roomy family home with an abundance of large shedding – bring the boat – bring the OPEN caravan! Desirable SAT location close to schools 9.30 - 10.00 and shops.

38 Coolabah Street


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Exceptional property in fantastic area - massive 1151m2 allotment with OPEN sub-divisional SUN potential (STCC) 10.30 - 11.00

29 Bellshire Place

64 Cardinia Street

4 Chute Street


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Situated in an inner city location, beautiful elevated allotment well set back from the street. Superb OPEN city views by day or night. SUN Beautifully appointed and 11.15 - 11.45 sympathetically restored.

86 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell



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$415,000 1,008m2

This amazing family home is unique and must be seen! Embracing architectural elegance and contemporary living. A serenely private setting amidst picturesque garden.

22 Pick Avenue


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Ever popular St Martins precinct – a modern lifestyle and affordable living – priced to sell. Be sure to act now!

30 Hastings Avenue

$210,000 818m2

Gleaming timber floors, two living areas, close to everything, great flat allotment. A family home just waiting to be yours!

65 Moorak Hall Road


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This executive home will bring, space, privacy and a dream come true into your life – it will have you at “hello”

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The perfect family home – quiet cul-de-sac location – close to the hospital and new shopping complex – gorgeous!

208 Vause Road, Wandilo

$920,000 10 Acres

Capturing the very essence of relaxed rural living, this home is set on arguably Mount Gambier’s finest 10 acre parcel of land. Perfect paddocks, spectacular gardens and beautiful views.


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26.36Ha pool

Incomparable property a short drive from the city, escalates living and entertaining to new heights for even the most discriminating buyer. OFFERS INVITED!


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$189,500 1,000m2 approx

First home buyers or investors be quick - this property is absolutely fantastic and an inspection will not disappoint!

25 Pinecrest Court

9 Ellard Street


Surprisingly spacious four bedroom home in a quiet location. Three living areas and great entertaining - what more could you want!


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State of the art seaside holiday accommodation opportunity. Accommodating the largest of groups in style & quality. Fantastic figures & future bookings – business or pleasure … don’t miss this!

130 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell


Exquisite home on low maintenance home on low maintenance flat allotment – fresh, fabulous & funky! ASK THE AGENT ABOUT THE $7,500 CASH BACK INCENTIVE

68 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell



$349,500 2047m2 approx

84 Buchanan Road, Worrolong


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Fantastic seaside retreat – low maintenance easy care inside and out. Value buying on seafront with sea view – simply sit back, relax and enjoy!

247 Mt Percy Road



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Excellent seaside escape - neat as a pin - metres from the sand! Ideal holiday / permanent home


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Dolomite fronted home on approximately 20 acres – ideal for horse training or agistment. Very well planned and presented property – inspection a must!


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An exceptional and luxurious residence on 8.79 ha (21.7 acres approx) of land. A private and tranquil setting with breathtaking views.

UNITS 4/101 Jubilee Highway West

2/46 Derrington Street

7-9 Sinclair Street

Unit 1-23 Hart Street 2

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3 Shepherd Street



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A great investment or central inner Great investment opportunity offering 3 city unit – walk to shops – restaurants x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom flats in & parkland – currently leased. well maintained condition with excellent history – contact agent for further details. 2

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Perfect investment - fantastic tenant. Perfectly maintained unit – won’t buy better!


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Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three - close to all amenities.


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5 Shepherd Street



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Expand your port folio or enter the Great investment opportunity offering 3 property market. Tidy unit in a good Walk to the shops, resturants & parks – a popular inner city location x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom flats in location - loads of potential with a – a great investment or home. well maintained condition with excellent strong return. history – contact agent for further details. - 014

Paul Chuck 0409 541 113

Jo Campbell 0409 240 223

Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246 RLA 1903


Ph 08 8724 8088


8 Wallace Street


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Stunning character home & beautifully renovated - in one of Mount Gambier’s most desirable locations. Over 1/2 acre - room to play or develop - don’t delay!

15 - 19 Hay Terrace, Kongorong

373 Cafpirco Road, Compton


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Offer Over $420,000

Character return verandah homestead on approx 20 acres offering great lifestyle & additional OPEN opportunity for horticulture SUN production with hot houses 12.15 - 12.45 and two water licences.

OPEN SAT 11.45 - 12.15


1 Agnes Street


1/54 Jubilee Highway West

10/186 Commercial Street East



19280 Riddoch Highway

$120.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Built in robes in both • Kitchen/dine/lounge with electric cooking & heating • Bathroom/toilet • Freshly painted inside & new verticles • No Pets • Available Now

7/69 Bay Road

$145.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Built in robe in main • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with electric cooking & gas heating • Bathroom/toilet • Garage umr • No Pets • Available Now

4/1 Daniel Street

$175.00 pw 4

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Great colonial brick home in quiet country township on approximately 2,021sqm offering large rooms in excellent entertaining and shedding storage. Value and will impress

3 Burney Street, Allendale



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Boasting charm, character and central location. Lovingly updated throughout - stunning features and modern open living. A real eye catcher that is sure to impress!


7 Illawong Crescent


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$329,500 4.57Ha (approx)

Exceptional rural living minutes to Mount Gambier’s northern gateway & all the delights of the city - come home to serenity!

• 3 bedroom unit • All with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine with elec cooking • Lounge with r/c air conditioner • Single carport umr with store room • Fully enclosed rear yard • No Pets • Available 31/5

75 Wehl Street North

$190.00 pw • 3 bedroom unit • Main with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine with elec cooking • Lounge with electric heating • Carport umr • Fully enclosed paved yard • No Pets • Available Now

14 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell


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$355.00 pw 3

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Ideal location - large block with great shedding - tremendous potential!

216A Commercial Street West


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A well cared for home - tastefully updated throughout. Fantastic location - two bathrooms currently leased until Feb 2014 with a good return.

Lot 22 Jubilee Highway West




light $1,175,000 industry +GST zoning


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Beautifully upgraded throughout - two living areas and outdoor entertaining - a wonderful family home that is sure to impress!

• 4 bedroom 1925’s bungalow home • Main with ensuite & WI Robe 2 others have BI Robes • Open living kitchen/dine/family area with timber floor, granite bench tops, gas cooking & gas log heater • Patio area • Detached double garage with workshop & storage • Pets Neg • Avail Now



56 Harrald Street

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A well cared for unit in a quiet group - modern appeal & convenience in a sought after location - priced to sell!



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Secure your future – exceptional development opportunity – 140 m (approx) frontage to Jubilee Hwy West – rare earth!


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Sprawling over three levels, fantastic first home – all the hard work has been done – truly must be inspected to appreciate!

• Prominent street frontage • Total shed area 292m2 approx • Two truck pits • Two high clearance doors • Small office and toilet facilities • Substantial grounds for parking, loading & storage • Security fencing

RENTALS - UNITS 9 Ramsay Avenue


8 Orchard Road, Moorak

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Large stone industrial workshop - total building area approx 292m2 - plus office & toilet area - high clearance doors - two truck pits in main area - for further details contact agents

$75,000 + SAV ($3,500 approx)

Long established Post Office business including freehold – on two titles – great scope & potential!




$325,000 + GST


Huge factory/warehouse and modern office, prominent location – unlimited potential.

$145.00 pw • 2 bedroom home • L shaped kitchen/ lounge/dine with electric cooking & heating • Single carport • Rear yard access & secure • Covered patio area • Just back from the beach • Pets Neg • Available Now

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An exceptional opportunity to own & operate the luxurious and successful ‘The Body Retreat’ - 015

• 3/7 Holder Street • 2/268 Commercial St West • 1/54 Jubilee Hwy West • 10/186 Commercial St East • 1/1 Millard Street • 1/84 Bay Road • 7/69 Bay Road • 4/1 Daniel Street • 21 Elizabeth Street • 4/4 Underwood Avenue • 1/2a Arbor Street • 2/89 Jubilee Highway East

Cnr Bay Road & James Street • Prime position • Two entrances • Size approx 80m2 but is negotiable • Reverse cycle air conditioner • High ceilings

RENTALS - HOMES $100.00 pw $110.00 pw $120.00 pw $145.00 pw $150.00 pw $155.00 pw $175.00 pw $190.00 pw $200.00 pw $210.00 pw $230.00 pw $265.00 pw

RENTALS - COMMERCIAL • Harrold Street • Cnr James Street and Bay Road • Law Street • 96 Commercial Street East

• 14 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell • 33 Peake Street • 2 Powell Street • 2 Webb Street • 2 Lark Place • 90 North Terrace • 9 Eustace Street • 3 Twila Grove • 12 Higgs Street • 7 Navajo Drive • 2 Lumidin Boulevard • 8 Flinders Terrace • 75 Wehl Street North

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• 165-167 Commercial Street East • 46 Commercial Street West • 9 Ramsay Avenue

Gebhardts Property Management I 2/14 Helen Street, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8724 8088 / Fax 08 8724 8099 Lic Agents RLA 1903 ACN 008075027

7 Aramanta Drive, Mount Gambier $359,000


OPEN FRI MAY 3 5.30 - 6.00pm

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master with ensuite and wi robe • Formal lounge • Open plan Kitchen meals Family area • Spacious 3 way bathroom • Great outdoor patio area 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180


36 Brolga Street, Mount Gambier



4 Rosemont Place, Mount Gambier $369,000

REDUCED $20,000

4 Marara Street, Mount Gambier




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• 4 bedrooms all with robes • Master with ensuite & WIR • Formal lounge • Open plan kitchen , meals & family • Large 6.7 x 6.3 remote double garage UMR WEB Id. 4740115 4 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

68 Suttontown Rd, Mt Gambier





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16 Mayflower Court, Mt Gambier

1 Lange Street, Mount Gambier



OPEN SUN MAY 5 1.00 - 1.20pm

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • 2 bathrooms • Open plan living area • Covered rear patio • Remote garage with internal access WEB Id. 5194741 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

7 Raleigh Terrace, Mount Gambier $336,000

24 Genoa Street, Mount Gambier

4/19 Gordon Street, Mount Gambier $179,000

OPEN SUN MAY 5 11.45 - 12.15pm


OPEN SUN MAY 5 11.00 - 11.30am

OPEN SUN MAY 5 12.00 - 12.20pm

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master with walk in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Open plan kitchen meals family area • Single remote garage UMR with internal access WEB Id. 4476697 3 2 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Spanish Architecture dominates this outstanding home • Presented to a high standard • Beautifully refurbished with new paint, new carpet, new ensuite, new kitchen and appliances • Encompassing large separate games room WEB Id. 5131852 3/4 2 1 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098


REDUCED $10,000

• Near new Carpet in lounge, passage and bedrooms • Level allotment • Solid brick home • 3 bedrooms all of a great size • Single garage WEB Id. 4389135 3 1 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Positioned on the foothills of the Blue Lake with walking trails only moments away • Beautifully elevated with sweeping views • Beaming with natural light are the huge games room, office & storage area WEB Id. 5061448 4 2 2 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098


13 Old Kent Court, Mount Gambier $289,000




OPEN SUN MAY 5 12.30 - 1.00pm

• Brick home on large corner allotment • 2 street access, huge carport • Bullnose verandah • Ducted gas heating • 2 way bathroom WEB Id. 5194813 3 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285





38 Pressey Street, Mount Gambier $100,000



12.45 - 1.15pm

• Brick & tile home in Conroe Heights • 4 Bedrooms (main with WIR &ensuite) built-ins in others • Huge formal lounge • Spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living WEB Id. 5206251 4 2 2 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285

• Brick & Tile home with ensuite • 3 bedrooms (main with bay window) • Lounge with brand new carpet & gas heating • Huge covered entertaining area • Abundance of car parking WEB Id. 5146033 3 2 3 Paul Cavanagh 0409 286 285

• 2 bedroom renovated home unit • Great location. Quiet area • Stunning kitchen with stainless steel appliances • R/C airconditioning for comfort control • Floating timber floors throughout WEB Id. 5028118 2 1 3 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• Affordable Homes Exclusive • Great opportunity to own your own home • Solid home on 804m2 allotment • 3 bedrooms, freshly painted throughout • Easy to maintain gardens WEB Id. 5216493 3 Zoe Tomkinson 0417 863 063


40 Pressey Street, Mount Gambier $100,000

91 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong

14 Peake Terrace, Nangwarry

7 Murndal Court, Mount Gambier







OPEN SUN MAY 5 2.30 - 3.15pm Unless Sold Prior


• Affordable Homes Exclusive • 3 bedroom solid home on 761m2 allotment • Freshly painted throughout, updated kitchen & bathroom • Easy to maintain gardens • Close to schools & transport WEB Id. 5216506 3 1 0 Zoe Tomkinson 0417 863 063

• Approx 5 acres fenced into 1 x large fenced paddocks, 1 x utility paddock with original stable and easy care zoned orchard. • An abundance of natural light executes this home perfectly throughout WEB Id. 5202322 4 2 2 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

Low, low, low end of the market home on offer under the Affordable Homes Program until 07/06/2012. This property needs work so if you have home renovation skills & you’re not afraid of a bit of hard work to save money, you can buy a bargain & end up with a really affordable & comfortable home! WEB Id. 5189952 1 1 Elders Mount Gambier 08 8723 0633 3

• Well maintained brick & tile • 3 large bedrooms • Large lounge • Separate dining • Roomy kitchen with ample cupboard space WEB Id. 5165506 1 Elders Mount Gambier 08 8723 0633 3

9 Adam Street, Donovans

30 St Martins Drive, Mount Gambier $399,000

1 Gardiner Terrace, Mount Gambier $249,000

12 Shalamar Crescent, Mt Gambier $229,000

• Fully renovated brick 3 bedroom home • Open plan living, kitchen, dining, lounge • Stainless steel appliances, 5 burner gas oven • Big man shed • Huge carport, entertaining area WEB Id. 4894213 3 1 4 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• 3 bedroom brick small home • Suit retired couple, singles, 1st home buyers or investors • Sunken lounge with stylish floor coverings • Slow combustion wood heater & r/c air conditioning WEB Id. 5014380 3 1 2 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410



OPEN SUN MAY 5 11.00 - 11.45am



REDUCED $20,000

• Attention fishermen, holiday makers, weekends • 3 bedrooms in main house • Big living area, compact kitchen • Large bedrooms • Huge shed approx 12m x 6m for boats and caravans WEB Id. 5166729 3-4 1 4 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• 4 large bedrooms all with robes • Master with WIR &ensuite • Formal lounge • Open plan kitchen, meals, family area • Stone benches in kitchen & bathrooms WEB Id. 4497660 4 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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134 Jubilee Highway East, Mt Gambier $159,500

5 Millard Street, Mount Gambier




SWIGGS, BUDDLE LANE • 16ha (39.5acres) in 2 titles • Stockyards, hay shed, old cottage & sundry sheds • Water licence of 8ha I.E. with diesel motor & centrifical pump • An attractive block with large red gums & good home sites EY’S, YUKI LANE • 17ha (42 acres) in 2 titles • Fenced into 4 main paddocks • ETSA to former house site • Dam & large red gums Highest & Best offers by Monday May 13, 2013

Friday, May 3 at 11am

Deceased Estate Clearing Sale

WEB Id. 5206224 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882







A well cared for home on Jubilee Highway is beckoning a new owner. The 3 bedroom home has plenty to offer the first home buyer or investor. Located in the mixed use zoning provides for additional uses other than residential. WEB Id. 5056294 3 1 2 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882

• 3 bedroom solid stone home • Stunning renovated kitchen/stainless steel appliances • Polished timber floors & new carpet • Slow combustion wood heating & reverse cycle air WEB Id. 4445529 3 1 2 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

2 Douglas & Ingleby Streets, Mt Gambier $200,000

Allendale East

7 Tolmie Street, Mount Gambier Industrial workshop plant



& equipment See items on elders

• 200 acres 10-15mins from Mount Gambier

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• 50-80 acres & modern home – 3 phase power – 10 mins from Mount Gambier

Vendor Ellen Davies 0418 832 215

• 2 x solid stone duplex pair each comprising of 3 bedrooms • Fantastic corner position, • Freshly refurbished throughout • Live in one and rent out the other WEB Id. 4659114 3 1 0 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

• 300-400 acres cropping country in Millicent area

Bruce Auld 0428 849 882

Bruce Auld 0428 849 882

• 2.5 Acres Rural Living allotment • On saleyards Road • Good home sites • Slightly undulating

$65,000 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882


RENTALS 10/20 Wimmera Street

2br 1bath 0 car

avail now

$135 pw

143 North Terrace

3br 2 bath 4 car

avail now

$270 pw

2/43 Shelton street

2br 1 bath 1 car

avail early May

$165 pw

3 Marngo Place

5br 3 bath 2 car

avail end April

$375 pw

3 Eumerella Place

5br 2 bath 2 car

avail now

$400 pw

1/94 Jubilee Highway West

2br 1 bath 1 car

avail early May

$170 pw

162 Lake Terrace East

3br 1 bath 0 car

avail now

$170 pw

Cnr Glen Street & Railway Terrace, Millicent Phone 8733 2099 Fax 8733 4748 69 Clarke Street, Penola LOOKING FOR YOUR FIRST HOME? 3

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Very neat & tidy solid stone attached home 3 bedrooms,(2 of double size) Modern kitchen with masses of cupboards, new stove Lounge with elec. heating, timber polished floors t/out • Sep. bathroom with shower & bath • Large laundry with sep. toilet WEB ID. 5131388 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

6 Oberland St, Millicent Reduced To $145,000 NEAT - AFFORDABLE - LOCATION 3 1 2

MAKE AN OFFER • • • • • •

Solid Mount Gambier Stone Home 3 bedrooms - 2 with BIR’s Lounge with s/c wood fire, r/c a/c, adjacent dining Kitchen with electric stove Under cover back patio, Rainwater Single enclosed carport, adjoining garage WEB ID. 4906920 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

71 Clarke Street, Penola AT THIS PRICE WHY RENT?

Elders Rural Services Australia Limited Trading as Elders Real Estate RLA 62833


$103,000 1 1

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Very neat & tidy solid stone attached home 3 bedrooms,(2 of double size) Modern kitchen with masses of cupboards, new stove Timber polished floors t/out, lounge with elec.heating • Sep. bathroom with shower & bath • Large laundry with sep. toilet WEB ID. 5131392 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

23 Park Terrace, Millicent $349,000 IMMACULATE LARGE FAMILY HOME 4 2 2

D L O S Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

75 Clarke Street, Penola APPEALING & AFFORDABLE

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Very neat & tidy solid stone attached home 3 bedrooms with carpet flooring (2 of double size) Modern kitchen with masses of cupboards, new stove Sep. bathroom with shower & bath Large laundry with sep. toilet Single carport, enclosed rear yard

WEB ID. 5131399 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

5-9 Seebohm St, Tantanoola $110,000 ST CLARE CATHOLIC CHURCH & LAND

D L O S Kerry Smith 0419 803 836 - 017

Lot 81 & 82 Schinckel St, Rendelsham $183,000 LOOKING FOR A NEW LIFESTYLE? 2 1 2

• Character home, elevated corner allotment • Open plan kitchen/dining /living • New kitchen, S/C wood fire, r/c split system, office, renovated bathroom • Pergola, large single carport and shedding • Rainwater, bore, fruit trees, rear yard access • Est. small vineyard on Sep. Title WEB ID. 5058418 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

70 George Street, Millicent$279,000 GST inc. 4 2 OPTIONS ARE ENDLESS NEW RELEASE

• Opportunity to start a business, live in the residence or rent out • Solid stone two storey shop/residence premises • Situated in main street of Millicent • Large shop front, office, kitchen, lunchroom & toilet • 4 bedrooms , large lounge room & dining room WEB ID. 5224725 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836

9 Redwood Avenue


10 Brookwood Terrace


9 Chantilly Place


1ST OPEN OPEN SATURDAY 11.45 - 12.30pm

OPEN SATURDAY 1.00 - 1.30pm

EXECUTIVE LIVING AT ITS BEST Stunning home with sweeping views of Don McDonnell reserve that has emphasis on generous size living. Inviting formal lounge with gas log fire. Massive family room with stacker doors opening to alfresco area – perfect for entertaining Large kitchen with granite bench tops, gourmet Smeg gas cooker, dishwasher and huge pantry. Two dining areas, one for everyday the other for larger gatherings. Bedroom one with WIR and ensuite with BIR in remaining two bedrooms. Dedicated office. Ducted r/c a/c through out + 2 gas log fires. Triple garage UMR with access to another garage in rear yard. Rainwater services home. Good size rear yard. So much more with this home.

31 Lake Terrace East


$7,500 CASHBACK TO PURCHASER (CONDITIONS APPLY) With Spanish Mission influences this delightful home is conveniently located on a corner allotment. Comprising of 4 bedrooms or 3 plus office. Stunning tiled entrance. Large formal lounge with gas heating. Separate dining or library room. Country style kitchen with stainless steel wall oven and dishwasher. Separate casual living with slow combustion heating. Main Bathroom plus guest bathroom.

32 Hastings Avenue


NEAR THE HOSPITAL, GREAT INVESTMENT Modern 4 bedroom home offering easy living, Both formal and informal living areas. Stunning open plan kitchen/dine with stainless steel appliances. Large family room. Main bedroom with spacious walk in robe and ensuite. Bedrooms 2 and 3 with built in robes. Sheltered outdoor entertaining. Double garage under the main roof with valuable rear yard access. Single colorbond garage in the rear yard ideal for the tinkerer. Modern decor throughout.

1 Anniefield Lane


NUMBER ONE - IN SO MANY WAYS Sprawling family home set on 5000m2 (approx 1 acre) allotment. Five bedrooms + granny flat with ensuite UMR – great for extended family. Main bedroom with ensuite & WIR, built ins in Bed 2 & 3. Abundance of living with: Formal lounge & dine + Family + Dining + Separate Rumpus + Large spacious kitchen. Three way main bathroom. Huge gabled pergola with dual direct access to home. 5 bay high clearance c/bond shed with extra 2 bay workshop. Rainwater tanks, established grounds including veggie gardens and orchard. So much more to this property.

15 Arlington Terrace


A PLACE TO CALL YOUR HOME Neat family home located in culdesac street. Three large bedrooms, main with WIR and b/ins in remaining two. Separate office. Formal lounge + open plan living incorporating kitchen/ dining & family. Timber kitchen with electric appliances & pantry cupboard. Convenience of 2 way bathroom. Decked pergola overlooking enclosed rear yard. Double garage UMR with internal access + 9m x 7m approx c/bond garage in rear yard.

RESIDENTIAL ALLOTMENTS 6A Gordon Street 7 Highland Drive 19 Mayflower Court 7 Eyre Court 7 Redwood Avenue

11 Woodcrest Close


DON’T GO PAST ME... Solid construction family home. 3 bedrooms + large office that could easily be a 4th. Main bedroom has ensuite & built ins, bedrooms 2 & 3 have built ins & both have unique direct access to main bathroom. Spacious formal lounge & dine + open family, dine & timber kitchen. Sliding doors from family area to private pergola. Double garage with rear roller door access to enclosed back yard.

3/22 Hart Street, Mount Gambier


307m2 $59,000 883m2 $62,500 1425m2 $99,000 1105m2 $100,000 1196m2 $175,000

GOOD INVESTMENT RETURNS Two bedroom “stand alone” unit located close to the city centre. Only three units in the complex. Large open plan living with generous lounge, full kitchen & large dining area, warmed by gas heating. Kitchen with pantry, electric stove & plenty of bench space. Both bedrooms have built ins. Bathroom with separate bath & shower. Single garage UMR with auto door & internal access. Large paved pergola + private rear yard. Invest now & reside later as unit is leased until 6/12/2013 at $230 per week.


SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

JUST PERFECT Two bedroom homette set on own title. Generous bedrooms both with built ins. Three way bathroom with separate shower and bath. L shaped lounge/meals with gas log fire. Full size kitchen with gas stove & h/plates and pantry. Family area with r/c a/c. Delightful tiled & sheltered pergola with lovely fernery. Single garage UMR with auto door. $7,500 Purchaser incentive- Conditions apply.

OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30am ROOM FOR EVERYONE Neatly presented four bedroom home on level allotment. Three living areas comprising of separate lounge, open plan kitchen/ dine/ family & separate games room. Bedroom 1 with ensuite & WIR. Spacious kitchen with electric cooking and plenty of cupboards. Main bathroom has separate shower & bath. Ducted gas heating. Double garage UMR + 6m x 6m c/bond shed in rear yard. Pergola overlooking enclosed rear yard, with rainwater tank. Veggie garden & handy side access.

214 Wynham Road, Moorak


MODERN RURAL LIVING Simply stunning 3 to 4 bedroom home situated in Moorak. Situated on approx 2.5 acres offers state of the art living. Comprising of a home theatre room, elegant living areas, 3 double bedrooms, the main bedroom has a WIR and an opulent ensuite with double vanity and offering underfloor heating. A stainless steel cooker takes pride of place in the gourmet kitchen that features Caesar stone benchtops. Stacker doors lead from the dedicated games room with built in bar to the outdoor alfresco area. C Bus wiring throughout means the lighting, music and climate control are all automated offering energy efficiency and flexibility. Ducted Reverse cycle heating/cooling. Double garage with i/access. Separate colorbond shedding with toilet & shower measuring approx. 7.5 x 20 metres with a 3 mtre high clearance.

16A Bellevale Court


OPEN TO OFFERS 3 bedroom modern courtyard home. Spacious main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite. Remaining bedrooms have built in robes. Open plan Dining Kitchen and Living areas. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances opens out to undercover pergola. 3 way main bathroom, with luxurious 2 person spa bath. Double garage under main roof with remote panel door. Neutral modern decor throughout. Situated in a lovely part of the city surrounded by quality homes.

1 Rymill Place


STOP RENTING & CONSIDER THIS LITTLE BEAUTY Well kept 3 bedroom stone home. Located in a quiet cul de sac, only a 10 minute walk to the main street. Good size bedrooms. Spacious lounge with gas heating. New kitchen, yes that’s right, a sparkling new kitchen with dishwasher, walk in pantry and s/s gas cooker. The bathroom has a sep shower/bath. Largest enough for the biggest parties is the rear pergola, and ideal area for kids to play in winter and Extremely private. Low maintenance front and rear yards. Stone single garage with power plus carport

Moorak Hall Road


SUPERB COUNTRY LIVING Just minutes from the city centre. Comprising of 3 luxurious bedrooms study or ideal den. Situated on 10 acres into fenced 5 main paddocks with stables. Chefs kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite bench tops. Well appointed games room/rumpus. Open plan living area with dedicated cellar ideal for the wine buff. Renovated ensuite & main bathroom. Indoor heated pool & spa spacious entertaining all undercover. The most exquisite of gardens to enjoy. Living in this property will offer a truly unique experience. In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate.

RENTALS 2/102 Wehl St - 2 bedrm unit. Lounge, kit & dining has gas heating. Kit w/ gas cooking. Large laundry. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $135 p/wk 1/7 O’Halloran Tce - 1 bedrm unit, set up for the disabled. Carpeted lounge w/ R/C Heating & cooling. Kit w/ lowered bench + new stove & Built-In fridge. Single carport. Avail now @ $160 p/wk NEG 4/24 Jubilee Hwy West - Renovated 2 bedrm unit with lock up garage and internal access. Combined kitchen/lounge has a breakfast bar, elec cooking, large bathroom, garage with office nook at the end of it. Avail Now @ $165 p/wk 9/101 Jubilee Hwy East - 2 bedrm unit short walk to Woolworths. BIR’s in main bedrm. Open plan kit/dine. Lounge w/ split system r/c. Storage room + lock up garage. Sorry no pets. Avail 7/5/13 @ $170 p/wk 10 Strangways St - 3 bedrm home with new carpet throughout. 2 bedrms w/ BIR’s. Kitchen w/ elec cooking. Lounge w/ gas heating. Bathroom w/ new vanity. Single garage + Single carport. Pets on application. Avail Now @ $220 p/wk 4 Anderson St - 3 bedrm home close to schools, kindy & main street. Renovated kitchen w/ gas cook top & elec oven. Updated bathrm. Pets on app. Avail 7/6/13 @ $230 p/wk

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438


7 Mulga St - 3 bedrm home close to school. 2 bedrms w/ WIR’s other w/ BIR. Lounge w/ gas heating & r/c a /c . Double carport. Pets on app. Avail 28/6/13 @ $240 p/wk. 11 Wilson Lane, Glencoe - 4 bedrm home located minutes from Glencoe. All rooms w/ BIR’s. Main bedrm has built in queen bed, 2nd bedrm with built in single bed. Gas heating. Separate Sunroom. Rainwater tank + solar panels. Double garage & Single carport. Avail Now @ $240 p/wk 47 Warreanga Rd, Wye - Country Retreat 20km from Mt Gambier. 4 bedrms, BIR’s in main. Open plan living w/ s/c wood heating. Timber kit w/ gas cooking & adjoining dining rm. Rainwater & bo-re water. Extensive shedding. Pets on app. Avail 29/4/13 @ $250 p/wk 3B Coolabah St - Near new executive unit. 3 bedrms all w/ BIR’s. 2 way bathrm w/ powder room & separate toilet. Open plan kit/dining/lounge. Kitchen w/ gas cooking & dishwasher. R/C A/C. Garage UMR. Sorry no pets. Avail now @ $265 p/wk 23 St Martins Dr - Large 4 bedrm home close to St Martin’s & McDonald Park School. Main bedrm w/ ensuite & WIR. Bedrms 2 and 3 w/ BIR’s. 3 way main bathrm. Kit w/ s/s appliances. Ducted gas central heating. Outdoor alfresco. Storage shed & vehicle access to rear yard. Avail now @ $370 p/wk negotiable

I Lisa Yeates 08 8725 4225


RECEPTION Rhea Penafiel 08 8725 4225

10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier - 018

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Triangle part of medical trial

A study across the Greater Green Triangle region that aims to find out how aspirin can extend good health as people age is seeking to recruit 300 extra participants. With the addition of new recruits from southeast South Australia, a total of more than 800 participants will be involved in the study. The ASPREE (Aspirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly) study for the Mount Gambier region was launched at the Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health offices in Mount Gambier earlier this month. ASPREE is a collaborative effort between academic institutions and regional General Practitioners to determine the true balance of the risks and benefits of low dose aspirin in healthy elderly people. Monash University, supported by the South West Alliance of Rural Health,

is coordinating the research study in southwest Victoria and south east South Australia. ASPREE is a largescale, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of low dose aspirin in healthy people aged 70 years and above. This primary prevention trial will determine whether daily aspirin can prolong disability-free life in older persons. The trial is sponsored by the National Institute on Aging (the peak medical research organisation in the USA funding research into health in older persons), and the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC). Although some guidelines recommend low dose aspirin treatment for people post-retirement age, these guidelines are not evidencebased. ASPREE will provide the evidence for general practitioners to confidently decide whether, or not, to

prescribe low dose aspirin in their healthy older patients. The study commenced in March 2010 across Victoria, Tasmania, the ACT and the USA and is the largest study ever done on the use of aspirin and will include 19,000 participants when the recruitment is finished at the end of 2013. ASPREE senior trial coordinator Mark Johnstone said the study was addressing an important health issue. “We all want to know whether low dose Aspirin can extend good health as we age,” Mr Johnstone said. Mr Johnstone added that the study provides an opportunity for country people to participate in clinical trials which are usually based in the metropolitan centres and enables GPs to be

showcasing regional life

involved in international research. The Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health at Warrnambool is supporting the Monash University based study enabling the research field staff to use the GGT-80 freezer located at Deakin Warrnambool for the storage of Biobank Blood samples. The GGT UDRH is also providing office accommodation.

GGT UDRH is a partnership between Flinders University and Deakin University. Above (from left) Rural Medical Education at Flinders University associate professor Lucie Walters; Head of Department of Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine Head of School of Public Health &

Preventive Medicine at Monash University and principle ASPREE investigator Professor John McNeil; Member for Mount Gambier Don Pegler, who officially opened the study, and Greater Green Triangle University Department of Rural Health director Professor James Dunbar.




Duigan St, Mt Gambier • Central loca on • 2028m2 land size • 295m2 warehouse • 2 x offices • Kitchen & toilet • Plenty of parking

For leasing enquiries call Lee Humphries on (08) 8721 3002 Email:

Aussie comedians heading to the Limestone Coast for a regional flavoured show What do you get when you put two comedians and a filmmaker on the road? A comedy show featuring your town as the main character and a bellyful of laughs. Comedians Damian Callinan and Mickey D have packed the Tarago and are gearing up for a road trip of a lifetime. But they don’t have a show yet. And that’s where being a local comes in handy. After years of travelling Australia performing comedy from Karratha to Capella, Damo and Mickey are elite comedy commandoes. They will have read all the region’s newspapers and magazines, cover to cover, listened to every word on local radio and spoken to everyone at the pub so they can understand what makes your town tick, have local secrets unveiled and put it all together on stage for a 90 minute celebratory toast. But don’t expect just a stand-up show. Award winning documentary filmmaker Charlie Hill-Smith is capturing the adventure on film to show how the lads are spending the two days in your town before the burst onto the main stage with newfound local knowledge. Road Trip will be a hilarious stand up performance of Mickey and Damo’s experiences in your town, offering a unique view of your lives through the eyes of two very funny men. Road Trip is being hosted at the Port MacDonnell Community Hall on April 30, the Tatiara Civic Centre, in Bordertown, on May 2 and Lameroo Memorial Hall on May 4. All shows start at 7.30pm and all tickets are $25. Above - One half of the Road Trip cast - Aussie comedian Damian Callinan. - 019

Glenelg Shire in the spotlight The many benefits of living in the Glenelg Shire were promoted to a large metropolitan audience at the Regional Victoria Living Expo held in Melbourne earlier this month. Three Glenelg Shire Council staff attended the Expo, which ran from April 19-21 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, to market the unique benefits of rural living in the Glenelg Shire. Mayor Cr Karen Stephens, said that the Expo offers an opportunity for Council to target the wide variety of people considering relocating to the Glenelg Shire for business or lifestyle reasons. “More than 600 people visited Glenelg Shire Council’s site at the Expo to learn about Glenelg Shire’s natural attractions, liveability, diversity and affordability,” Cr Stephens said. “There were families looking for better lifestyle options for their children, young professionals seeking career opportunities, small business operators looking for new ventures, and tourists and retirees seeking exciting tourism destinations,” she said. “Along with the Council site at the Expo, funding received from Regional Development Victoria allowed for the provision of a local community site opposite the Council site, which was hosted by representatives from the Portland Tourism Association and the Committee for Portland. “The funding also enabled Council to conduct marketing activities to promote Open Day, which will be held in the Glenelg Shire from June 8-10 over the long weekend, to help those planning to visit from Melbourne and further afield.” The Regional Victoria Open Day is designed to put potential ‘relocators’ in direct contact with all the key groups on the one day, to help them plan their move to rural or regional Victoria. For more information about the upcoming Open Day please contact council’s tourism coordinator on (03)5522 2206.

tempt the tastebuds

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Chicken Paella 4 (800g) skinless chicken thigh cutlets 1 tablespoon smoked paprika canola oil spray 1 cup arborio rice 2 cups salt-reduced chicken stock 410g can chopped tomatoes with tomato paste and roasted capsicum 1 cup frozen peas Method Place chicken and 2 teaspoons paprika in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Toss to combine. Spray a large, deep frying pan with oil. Heat over medium heat. Add chicken. Cook for 5 minutes each side or until browned. Transfer to plate. Cover to keep warm. Remove pan from heat. Spray with oil. Return pan to medium heat. Add rice and remaining paprika.


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Stir to coat. Add half the stock. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to low. Simmer, stirring, for 5 minutes or until stock is almost absorbed. Stir in tomato and remaining stock. Return chicken to pan. Cook, covered, for 15 to 18 minutes, or until stock has almost absorbed. Stir in peas. Cook, uncovered, for 3 to 5 minutes or until rice is tender. Serve.

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square dancing opportunity PINE CITY TWIRLERS Pine City Twirlers are a local square dance group which meets every Friday night at the Anglican Hall Bay Road at 7.30pm. New faces are always welcome. If you would like more information please ring Roger Menzel on (08) 8725 6364 or Heather Telford on 0405 107 524.

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Pisces You have an epiphany this week and realise you are going to have to invest heavily in professional development, extra study or training if you are going to improve your performance and get ahead at work. Aries Things are going to be far from easy in the near future as you try and fit everything you have to get done in and still make sure you do everything well. Given how busy you are perhaps it’s time to end a toxic relationship that has been holding you back. Taurus It’s all about picking your battles this week and be prepared - you will be better off conceding on a number of small disputes and just move on. Someone will let you down so be prepared to have to quickly put out a spotfire. Gemini You need to reinvigorate and refresh your routine - from your diet and health, to your work schedule to how you spend your leisure time. Shake things up before you become even more stuck in a rut that you already are. Cancer There are times when it feels like more of a hassle than a help but you really do need to take some time away from family life and concentrate on a hobby or past time that you really enjoy. Even if you have to force yourself for a while, you need the down time. Leo Family will be your priority at the moment with plenty on the go on the homefront combined with some issues with other close relatives. If you want things to settle down you may well have to be a little firmer than you usually would just to get your point across.

Virgo Finances will be front and centre this week and there’s no way around it, it will mean a tightening of the belt, at least temporarily. Cutting back on luxuries will be hard but necessary and worth it in the long run. Libra A loan, investment or purchase you have made will come undone and there will be no way of recouping your financial losses. It really is unfair but it will be one of those life lessons you will never forget. Scorpio Try not to be so pessimistic and always the doomsday prophet. There will be people close to you exploring new and exciting opportunities and it would be a nice change of pace if you supported them and showed some enthusiasm. Sagittarius You will get caught up in red tape and bureaucracy this week, either by a school or hospital, and it will certainly be frustrating and time consuming but complaining and bucking against the system will only make things worse. Capricorn You are a friend in need this week but everyone seems too caught up in their own lives to have time for you and your problems. Rather than wallowing in self pity or getting frustrated with the lack of support, take the time to indulge yourself with a massage or a trip to the movies, or curling up with a good book and just shut out the rest of the world for a while. Aquarius Your boss will make a decision your neither support or think is fair but you will just have to live with it. Might be a good time to try and pick up a training course or something to at least further enhance your qualifications.

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Jean’s lends a helping hand to Regional Foodbank Gloria Jean’s Coffees at Centro Mount Gambier has been raising funds for the Mount Gambier Regional Food Bank. During April, Gloria Jean’s Coffees were collecting non perishable food donations at the store and selling raffle tickets for an Espresso Coffee machine valued at $139. A quiz night was held on April 19 at John Frew Centre with Michael Dethmore as the MC and Quiz Master for the night. The evening was a huge success and Amanda and Michael Dethmore, of Gloria Jean’s Coffees,would like to thank the local businesses that helped by supporting the night and made it a success. Amanda Dethmore, from Gloria Jean’s Coffees Mount Gambier, said that they were pleased to announce that they raised $1125 for the Mount Gambier Regional Food Bank and provided $72 of perishable food donations during April. Gloria Jean’s Coffees are pleased to announce the winner of the coffee machine raffle is Chloe Boylan of Mount Gambier. Thank you to the sponsors: South Eastern Hotel, Woolworths, South Aussie Hotel, Oatmill Cinemas, Jetts, Price Attack, Lorna Jane, Centro, Gloria

Jeans, Reject Shop, Barry Maney Ford, Collin’s Court Butchers, Coca Cola.

Top left - Abby Blackett with some of the donated groceries for the Regional Foodbank. Bottom left - Amanda

Dethmore, pictured making coffees on Friday, was thrilled with the response to their Regional Foodbank fundraising drive.

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YEAR 7 PARENT OPEN NIGHT Parents of Year 7 students aƩending Mount Gambier High School in 2014 are invited to aƩend this evening in the Garry Costello Centre for CreaƟve Arts, Brownes Road on Monday, 6 May at 6.00pm The evening will include: • A presentaƟon of the school’s vision and values by Ms Suzanne RickeƩs, Assistant Principal • A tour of the school including displays of curriculum and students’ work • A quesƟon and answer session Any enquiries, please phone Ms RickeƩs at the school on 8725 6244.

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and remember we can send roses all over Australia, so you can even send some of our lovely Limestone Coast grown roses to family and friends, or they can order direct. Here at Limestone Coast Roses we not only grow the new releases but all the old favourites that have been popular for decades, such as Double Delight and Mister Lincoln, right through to all the David Austin English perfumed roses, that thrive so well in our climate. At last look, we actually stocked the largest range of David Austin Roses in Australia as many of the older varieties have gone out of production by the few remaining rose growers in Australia. So, if you have been searching for that old or unusual variety be sure to give us a call as the chances are we may just have it. We also specilaise in heritage roses or old fashioned roses from all those lovely old French perfumed varieties, to many that have been lost over time. We also stock the entire range of French Delbard roses which have taken off so well in Australia and we are by far the lowest in prices on these. Pink Intuition, one of the 2013 new releases, has been very popular and we are nearly sold out. It is a sport of the ever popular Red Intuition, which of course has lovely long cutting stems, can hold for 50

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Following on from our very successful Rose Open Weekend back at Easter, where many of you were able to get a sneak peek at the 2013 new release roses for this coming winter and other recent varieties and old favourites, we have extended the close date for rose orders to May 5. By the time this goes to print we will have already started digging the first of the bare rooted roses for winter 2013 and this is why it is so important that orders are in as soon as possible. As soon as we bring the roses in from the field they are then graded and rose orders are picked as priority, with earliest dated order

two varieties on the one tree - ideal for pots, too. The Canadian Maples or Lipstick Maples and our exclusive range of liquidambars are changing colours daily. Limestone Coast Advanced Trees range of liquidambars includes dwarf varieties, narrow growing varieties - ideal if you are looking for a change from the ornamental pears, that are popping up everywhere, as well as golden branched species, rich burgundy leafed types, evergreen and even a Mop Top style. New Releases This winter sees the release of a few new dwarf varieties of fruit trees for which we have been receiving many orders. One variety of the dwarf apricot is already sold out, with two other varieties to choose from, selling fast. The dwarf blood Plums and Santa Rosa plums are being ordered up very quickly and as we have been rationed in numbers


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food & wine paradise May 4 & 5 22nd Grampians Grape Escape Halls Gap Village Oval, Halls Gap 10am-4.30pm (Saturday) and 10am4pm (Sunday). Founded in 1991, the Grampians Grape Escape is regional Victoria’s premier food and wine festival, held during the first weekend of May every year at Halls Gap. Attended by around 8000 people the festival provides a relaxed atmosphere for foodies, families and international tourists to drink and graze their way through the offerings of more than 100 of Western Victoria’s best artisans of wine, fine food and produce. Log onto www.grampiansgr for a full program of events.

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details of the world around them in a way that is as true-to-life as technology allows,” said Ben Wood, local senior audiologist with HearClear Audiology. “All hearing aids should give users the ability to understand speech, however speech understanding is often compromised by noisy environments and is the most common complaint heard from patients.” Users wearing WIDEX DREAM hearing aids will enjoy rich

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In partnership with Fee Plumley and her project “reallybigroadtrip”, Fab Lab is breaking out of the Lab and hitting the road. The Nomadic Fab Lab, Fab Lab Adelaide’s Regional Outreach Program, will be bringing 3D printers to the South East for ‘Show and Tell’ sessions. The Nomadic Fab Lab will be at The Mount Gambier Library on Tuesday, May 14 at 11am. The hour long session will give people an introduction to 3D printing and other types of digital

fabrication, providing demonstrations of 3D printings and samples of items printed by a range of different 3D printers and printing methods. The Fab Lab (fabrication laboratory) is a community inventors’ workshop offering digital fabrication on a personal scale, in which both businesses and individuals can build new products. Fab Lab Adelaide provides a space, support and opportunities for individuals

and organisations to explore new technologies, new methodologies and how a community can be empowered by technology at the grassroots level. The Fab Lab concept was originated by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and there are now more than 100 around the world. Fab Lab Adelaide is the first Australian-based participant in the international MIT Fab Lab network. The Lab offers classes, themed

workshops, drop-in sessions, one-to-one tuition, a regional outreach program and ‘maker sessions’. Small businesses can learn about and develop skills in prototyping and smallscale manufacturing and Inventors and hobbyists can connect with like-minded people and see their ideas turned into tangible objects Students can learn about 3D design, 3D printing and other digital fabrication processes. Whether a home project, educational task, artistic creation or commercial product, the Fab Lab mission is to empower people to make their ideas a reality. Fab Lab Adelaide is managed by ANAT (Australian Network for Art and Technology)

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jazz extravaganza May 3-5 Generations in Jazz The Barn Palais, Mount Gambier The 2013 event really is bigger and better with Gordon Goodwin returning for a third year and this time bringing with him his award winning band – The Big Phat Band. This will be their only Australian performance and they will also be running workshops, acting as guest adjudicators and being part of the whole weekend. Inaugural vocal scholarship winner Megan Washington will also be a headline act on a program that will include all the usual special guests, like Idea of North and Emma Pask, as well as band competitions, scholarship auditions, vocal ensemble competitions and a whole lot more. Log onto www.generationsinjazz.


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Coast Festival weekend and delighted that Lions have been able to donate substantial amounts to worthy causes. The Lions motto is “we serve” and the Taste Festival is a perfect example of this. In addition to the Taste donation, Lions past president Graeme Zilm included the mobility access vehicle fund in his list of past presidents disbursements, from funds raised during the year. Graeme presented Barrie Moyle with a cheque for a further $2000. NAHAC chairman Barrie Moyle responded and

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LOCAL Cancer After a successful Family Day held in the Portland Botanic Gardens last month, the second tier of the Caring for Cancer Carers (C4CC) program was launched last week for family members of those diagnosed with cancer. Funded by Portland Aluminium’s Alcoa Foundation AIM program, the Portland YMCA has tailored a Health and Wellbeing Program for individuals and families of cancer patients. The complimentary eight week program includes three personal training

carers support program launched sessions a week, unlimited use of the health club, unlimited group fitness classes, health consultations every 6-8 weeks and nutrition and diet sessions. “We are so pleased to be able to offer this to members of our community who need a bit of time out to do something that’s for them”, said YMCA Manager and Caring for Cancer Carers Committee member Anita Rank. “Being a cancer carer is often a selfless task and people in the caring role often

forget to take care of themselves, or often put the needs of others before theirs. This is our contribution to help keeping them well and strong and the best they can be for the cancer journey.” Spokesperson for the C4CC committee, United Way Glenelg’s Nicole Reefman said the committee was very excited about the Health and Wellbeing Program. “We have worked really hard to fill the brief given to us from Paul Beattie about how he saw the program evolving; he wanted to give back to

his wife Mandy some of the time she gave to him,” Ms Reefman said. “It was also a strong message that came through from many of the people who attended the initial morning tea.” The program officially launched on April 22 and the C4CC committee and YMCA are encouraging carers and their families to drop into the YMCA and speak to Brenda Oxford or contact Brenda on (03)5521 7174, to talk about signing up for the complimentary eight week program.The program is available to carers and family members of cancer patients in the Glenelg Shire. “It doesn’t matter if people are in the grieving stage or the caring-for stage, if someone wants assistance, we will provide it”, said Anita. Caring for Cancer Carers is supported by United Way Glenelg, Portland YMCA, Portland Aluminium, Keppel Prince Engineering, Orchard Rise Studio and Mandy, Bailey, Zahn and Jade Beattie.

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Below (from left) - Mandy Beattie, Anna Impey and Anita Rank are all integral members of the Caring for Cancer Carers (C4CC) program which was launched on April 22 and is running for eight weeks.

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living in the spotlight 1. In what 2004 movie did Barbara Streisand play Ben Stiller’s mother? 2. Blythe Danner is the actress mother of which Oscar winner? 3. In 2009, Nadya Suleman came to prominence for giving birth to octuplets – how many children does she have in total? 4. What are the names of Elle McPherson’s two sons? 5. Which actress played TV sitcom mum Carol Brady? 6. What were the names of the two children of popular TV witch Samantha Stephens, in Bewitched?

7. According to the 19th century children’s rhyme what did Old Mother Hubbard go to the cupboard to get in the first instance? 8. Presley and Kaia are the two children of Rande Gerber and which supermodel? 9. Wizard of Oz star Judy Garland is the mother of which actress and singer? 10. Louisa May Alcott’s classic Little Women centres on the March family and the relationship between Margaret “Marmee” March and her four daughters – what are their names? 11. Who was Elizabeth I’s mother? 12. Who played Joan Crawford in the film adaptation of the book Mommie Dearest?

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14. Debra Winger plays the daughter of which Hollywood icon in the 1983 movie Terms of Endearment? 15. What are the names of Gwyneth Paltrow’s two children? 16. The Good Wife actress Christine Baranski plays the mother of which of The Big Bang Theory’s main characters? 17. Which actress played Ray Romano’s mother Marie in the popular sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond?

19. According to Mother Goose who had so many children she didn’t know what to do? 20. Which two tennis players are the only two women to win two grand slam singles titles after becoming mothers?

18. Oscar winner Sally Field plays the mother of which fellow Oscar winner in the 1989 tear jerker movie Steel Magnolias?

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13. Mrs Bennet is the match making mother in which Jane Austen novel?

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Suzannr Rindell With one simple act, Odalie had snared me in a trap that consisted of equal parts temptation and shame. All this before we’d ever even shaken hands or been introduced. Rose Baker is an orphaned young woman working for her bread as a typist in a police precinct on the lower East Side. Every day Rose transcribes the confessions of the gangsters and murderers that pass through the precinct. While she may disapprove of the details, she prides herself on typing up the goriest of crimes without batting an eyelid. But when the captivating Odalie begins work at the precinct Rose finds herself falling under the new typist’s spell. As do her bosses, the buttoned up Lieutenant Detective and the fatherly Sergeant. As the two girls’ friendship blossoms and they flit between the sparkling underworld of speakeasies by night, and their work at the precinct by day, it is not long before Rose’s fascination for her new colleague turns to obsession. But just who is the real Odalie, and how far will Rose go to find out?

Lily Brett Lola Bensky is a nineteenyear-old rock journalist who irons her hair straight and asks a lot of questions. A high-school dropout, she’s not sure how she got the job – but she’s been sent by her Australian newspaper right to the heart of the London music scene at the most exciting time in music history: 1967. In London, New York and LA, Lola interviews the biggest rock stars of the day, including Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger and Janis Joplin. But she begins to wonder whether the questions she asks are really a substitute for questions about her parents’ past that can’t be asked or answered. With time, she discovers the question of what it means to be human is the hardest one for anyone - including herself - to answer. Drawing on her own experiences as a young journalist, Lily Brett was born in Germany and came to Melbourne with her parents in 1948. She is one of Australia’s most loved, prolific and successful authors. She has published six works of fiction, seven books of poetry, and three essay collections to much critical acclaim in Australia and around the world.

1953 It’s 1941. Robert E. Lee Prewitt has requested Army transfer and has ended up at Schofield in Hawaii. His new captain, Dana Holmes, has heard of his boxing prowess and is keen to get him to represent the company. However, ‘Prew’ is adamant that he doesn’t box anymore, so Captain Holmes gets his subordinates to make his life a living hell. Meanwhile Sergeant Warden starts seeing the captain’s wife, who has a history of seeking external relief from a troubled marriage. Prew’s friend Maggio has a few altercations with the sadistic stockade Sergeant ‘Fatso’ Judson, and Prew begins falling in love with social club employee Lorene. Unbeknownst to anyone, the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor looms in the distance.

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The French Promise

1942 In World War II Casablanca, Rick Blaine, exiled American and former freedom fighter, runs the most popular nightspot in town. The cynical lone wolf Blaine comes into the possession of two valuable letters of transit. When Nazi Major Strasser arrives in Casablanca, the sycophantic police Captain Renault does what he can to please him, including detaining a Czechoslovak underground leader Victor Laszlo. Much to Rick’s surprise, Lazslo arrives with Ilsa, Rick’s one time love. Rick is very bitter towards Ilsa, who ran out on him in Paris, but when he learns she had good reason to, they plan to run off together again using the letters of transit. Well, that was their original plan...

Cathryn Hein A moving love story from the bestselling author of Promises and Heart of the Valley When Callie Reynolds arrives at Glenmore, the property she’s recently inherited, the last thing she wants is to be saddled with a warty horse, an injured neighbour and a mad goose. Haunted by her sister’s death and her fractured family, all she wants is freedom. But Callie hasn’t counted on falling for Matt Hawkins, an ex-soldier determined to fulfil his own dream of land and family. Nor could she predict the way the land, animals and people of Glenmore will capture her heart. Callie is faced with impossible choices. But she must find the courage to decide where her future lies, even if it costs her everything she holds dear. Cathryn Hein was born in the South East. Heartland is Cathryn’s third novel. Her previous novels are Promises and Heart of the Valley.

Fiona MacInotsh At the end of the Second World War, Luc and Lisette Ravens have somehow survived their time as a French resistance fighter and a British spy. Haunted by the horrors they have seen, instead of going home to Provence, they cast their fate to the winds and set sail for Australia, hoping to rebuild their lives planting lavender fields in a land that’s full of promise.But the past cannot be evaded so simply. When a Swiss law student learns a confronting truth that connects his family with the Ravens on the other side of the world, he finds himself holding the key to his own future, and to Luc’s troubled past.Luc must return to France to fulfil the promises by which he has been bound - to his beloved Lisette, to his family, and to the one man responsible for ripping so much from his life. Luc must lay to rest the ghosts of years gone by so that they all might live and love again.

now showing in naracoorte April 7 – May 5 Naracoorte Mixed Media Group BAINGER ROOM NARACOORTE ART GALLERY NARACOORTE This is the first time the Naracoorte Mixed Media Group has assembled an exhibition in what promises to be an eclectic and interesting display encompassing a number of mediums and styles. - 032

Tasty treats for mum

CELEBRATING MOTHERS tempt the tastebuds Buttermilk Scones with jam 2 cups self-raising flour 1 tablespoon caster sugar Pinch of salt 60g butter, chilled, chopped 3/4 cup buttermilk Extra buttermilk, for brushing Raspberry jam and whipped cream, to serve Method Preheat oven to 220°C/200°C fan-forced. Line a baking tray with baking paper. Position oven rack in the top half of oven. Sift flour, sugar and salt into a bowl. Add butter. Using fingertips, rub butter into flour mixture until mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs.Make a well in centre of mixture. Add buttermilk. Using a flat-bladed knife, stir until a sticky dough forms. Turn out onto a lightly floured surface. Knead gently until just smooth.Using a lightly floured rolling pin, gently roll dough out until 2cm thick. Using a 6cm round cutter, cut out scones. Press leftover dough together. Repeat to make 12 scones. Place scones, just touching, on prepared tray. Brush with buttermilk. Bake for 12 to 15 minutes or until golden and hollow when tapped on top. Serve with jam and cream.

Cinammon Pikelets 150g (1 cup) self-raising flour 100g (1/2 cup) caster sugar 1 tsp ground cinnamon 1/2 tsp baking powder 185ml (3/4 cup) milk 1 egg, lightly whisked 20g butter, melted 1 tsp hot water 2 tsp butter, extra Icing sugar, to dust 115g (1/3 cup) strawberry jam or fresh berries 80ml (1/3 cup) double cream Method Sift flour, sugar, cinnamon and baking powder into a bowl. Make a well in centre and add milk, egg, melted butter and water. Use a wire balloon whisk to whisk until mixture forms a smooth batter. Melt half the extra butter in a large non-stick frying pan over medium heat until foaming. Pour four 60ml (1/4-cup) quantities of batter around the edge of the pan and cook for 30 seconds or until bubbles appear on the surface and pikelets are golden underneath. Turn and cook for a further 1 minute or until golden. Transfer pikelets to a plate. Repeat with remaining butter and batter. Divide pikelets among serving plates. Dust with icing sugar, and top with jam and cream. Serve immediately.

tempt the tastebuds The ultimate chocolate muffin 300g good-quality dark chocolate, roughly chopped 125g unsalted butter, roughly chopped 1 3/4 cups (260g) self-raising flour 1/4 tsp baking powder 1/4 cup good-quality cocoa powder 1/4 cup (50g) firmly packed brown sugar 3/4 cup (185ml) milk 2 eggs 3 x 80g Mars bars, thinly sliced

Method Preheat oven to 180°C. Grease a 6-hole jumbo muffin pan. Place half the chocolate and the butter in a bowl over a pan of gently simmering water (don’t let water touch the bowl) and stir occasionally until melted. Set aside to cool slightly. Sift flour, baking powder and cocoa into a large bowl and stir in sugar. In a separate bowl, whisk together milk and eggs, then add to dry ingredients and stir in along with chocolate mixture. Divide between muffin pans and bake for 20 minutes or until risen and cooked through. Remove and cool on a wire rack. Place remaining chocolate in a bowl over a pan of gently simmering water (don’t let water touch bowl) until melted. Cool slightly, place a little chocolate on the Mars bar slices, then pile onto muffins. Drizzle with remaining melted chocolate. - 034

tatiara palette painters on show May 1 – June 5 Tatiara Palette Painters WALKWAY GALLERY, BORDERTOWN Ever popular and always beautiful, the skills of the highly talented local art group are inspiring. Artists will be in residence during the exhibition so come along and meet the people behind the creation and talk to them about their work.

Tasty treats for mum

CELEBRATING MOTHERS tempt the tastebuds Classic Vanilla Cupcakes 250g butter, softened 2 cups (400g) caster sugar 1 tsp vanilla bean paste 4 eggs 3 cups (450g) plain flour 2 tsp baking powder 1 cup (250ml) milk Liquid food colouring, to decorate Icing flowers, to decorate Sprinkles, to decorate Buttercream frosting 200g butter, softened 1kg icing sugar mixture 1/2 cup (125ml) milk 1 tsp vanilla extract

Method Preheat oven to 180°C. Line twenty-four 1/3-cup (80ml) capacity muffin pans with paper cases. Use an electric mixer to beat the butter, sugar and vanilla bean paste until pale and creamy. Add the eggs, one at a time, beating well between each addition. Add the flour, baking powder and milk, in alternate batches, and stir with a wooden spoon until just combined. Spoon mixture evenly among the lined pans and smooth the surface. Bake in preheated oven for 15-20 minutes or until cooked through. Remove from oven and transfer to a wire rack to cool completely. To make the buttercream frosting, use an electric mixer to beat the butter until very pale. Gradually add the icing sugar, beating well between each addition. Add the milk and vanilla extract and beat until well combined. Divide the icing among bowls and tint with food colouring. Use a round-bladed knife or pallet knife to spread icing over each cake. Decorate with icing flowers and sprinkles, if desired.

last chance to see children’s classic May 21 Possum Magic LIGHTHOUSE THEATRE, WARRNAMBOOL Based on the book written by Mem Fox and illustrated by Julie Vivas. First published in 1983 Possum Magic was an instant success with children and parents alike. In 1990 the musical stage adaptation had its world premiere and since then there have been three extensive national tours, funded by Playing Australia and countless shorter seasons across the nation. 2013 will mark the 30th Anniversary of publication and more than 20 years on stage and is the show’s farewell tour. - 035


The Menzies Hotel - treat mum to classic country hospitality

Celebrating Mother’s Day and 140 years of country hospitality

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presents old world charm and hospitality as it has done since 1872. Eddie and his staff trade every day of the year in the bar, post office and convenience store, providing fuel and comfort foods for the weary traveller. Friday and Saturday

night, the bistro is open with an extensive menu of large hearty meals, plus truly delicious specials. On Sunday, the Menzies Hotel turns back the clock to the time of traditional cooking, with a magnificent wood fired pizza the centrepiece

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of the menu. The Menzies Hotel kitchen is fired up all day from 12noon until 7pm, so you do not have to get caught in the lunch crush but can enjoy a leisurely afternoon, Cooked right in front of you, the Menzies Hotel has a great list of traditional pizza varieties but also pride themselves on creating a pizza that you have invented from the extensive list of ingredients. Please come and share the Pub in the Scrub’s old world charm, enjoying a regional wine or the beer, rum and cider on tap, while you enjoy the pizzas. Help us wish the Menzies Hotel a happy birthday and raise a glass to good friends and times. And in a way it could be a double celebration, with the Menzies Hotel being the perfect setting to celebrate Mother’s Day. With a complimentary glass of champagne on offer for Mum, there’s no better time to check out the Menzies Hotel and enjoy a wood fired pizza or any of the other menu items on offer. With its country hospitality, hearty meals and rustic charm, the Menzies Hotel is the perfect setting to celebrate everything your mother means to you and allow her to enjoy a relaxing day.

Dorinda Hafner ‘s book tour hits the South East


chef shares weight loss secrets and delicious recipes

Visitors to Koonara Wines earlier this month were treated to two days of entertainment by celebrity Chef Dorinda Hafner. In Penola for a book signing for her new release ‘Honey I Shrunk the Chef’ Dorinda enthusiastically described how she lost 87kg, by controlling her portions and never denying herself any of her favourite foods. Inspiring the crowd with her zestful sense of humour and passion for life, Dorinda spoke about the small dishes she uses for cooking and every meal created must be an enjoyable experience. “It’s not just about the food, it’s the crockery that the food is served in, these are regal dishes, they make me want to eat, in small quantities” said Dorinda. ‘Honey I Shrunk the Chef’ is packed with delicious recipes and stories about her weight loss journey, in an easy to use colour coded system so one can see which recipes are low calorie and ones which are higher. Dorinda who is also a midwife, a designer, an artist, and a marriage

celebrant had the crowd at Koonara in raptures of laughter as she excitedly recited her weight loss and life journey stories. “I simply love coming to Penola, I can’t wait to come back”

said Dorinda. Dorinda’s book is available at Koonara Wines. The popular chef also spent time at Redgum Country, in Mount Gambier at a book signing last Tuesday.

Above - Dorinda Hafner (left) had some high profile help at her book signing at Koonara Wines with former Democrats leader Natasha Stott-Despoja.







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1. Who are the two Myer Autumn Racing Ambassadors that have both held the Miss Uiverse Australia title? 2. Who is David Jones Autumn Racing Ambassador? 3. In what year did Jennifer Hawkins win the Miss Universe title? 4. Which model is rugby star turned model and Myer racing ambassador Kris Smith dating? 5. Rebecca Judd is a racing ambassador for which retail giant?

6. Where is the Golden Slipper run? 7. Where is the Doncaster Handicap run and over what distance? 8. How many Golden Slipper winners has Gai Waterhouse trained?

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9. What date is the Milicent Cup being run this year and at which racecourse? 10. Which date is the 2013 Mount Gambier Gold Cup being run?

ANSWERS 1. Laura Dundovic & Jennifer Hawkins.; 2. Emma Freedman; 3. 2004; 4. Maddy King; 5. Myer; 6. Rosehill Gardens; 7. Royal Randwick Racecourse - 1600m.; 8. Five.; 9. May 5 at Penola Racecourse.; 10.May 19.



All the major fashion retailers and designers have launched their Autumn and Winter racing looks for 2013 and florals, leather, lace and peplums were all featured looks. Black is the ‘new black’, with emerald, navy

and splashes of deep purple to add colour. And when it comes to your legs, it’s all about opaque tights and chunky footwear. Myer and David Jones have both launched their trackside fashion trends for Autumn/Winter

2013 this week with a heavy emphasis on elegance and colour. “The most important thing when choosing an outfit for the races is getting a complete head-to-toe look,” said Myer Ambassador Jennifer Hawkins. “You

have to think about the shoe, the hat, the bag - I always start with the dress and work backwards from there.” Hawkins showcased Derby Day black and white in a sexy, long-sleeved minidress and patent

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May 5 Penola Racecourse The Millicent Cup 2013 is South Australia’s richest country race meeting, and is the only club that has its own training track, yet races at another club’s course. In the past few years, the Millicent Cup has become one of the bestattended race meetings in the area, with 25 per cent of Millicent’s population travelling the 55 kilometres to Penola. The Millicent Cup is a great day of racing mixed with live music, fashion parades and lots of socialising. The marquee packages are particularly popular, and add another dimension to the experience.

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TRACKSIDE FASHION & BEAUTY 2013 FEATURE Trackside leather headpiece from designers Sass & Bide. “It’s all about the Hatinator - a cross between a fascinator and a hat,” she said. “Not too many feathers or tricks this season - choose a structured or sculptural hat in felt or leather for a cool, modern look.” The Autmn/Winter runways were full of colour and prints. The top trend choices for the Autumn Carnival, and by association the spate of country cups on the calendar in this region starting with the Millicent Cup next Sunday, are cinched waist dresses, mid-calf pencil skirts with fitted bodices, print shift dresses and there are still plenty of peplums. “We’ll see lots of classic monochrome and bright, bold prints” said Sun Herald fashion editor, Kate


Waterhouse. “There’s beautiful jewel colours too - such as ruby red,

emerald green and sapphire blue.”

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mount gambier gold cup May 17 & 19 Allan Scott Racecourse, Glenburnie The time honoured Mount Gambier Gold Cup is again a two day carnival this year and has the added attraction of celebrating its 130th anniversary. Held at Allan Scott Glenburnie Racecourse, the two day event, with the feature race, the Gold Cup, run on May 19, is one of the social events of the season with Ladies Day on May 17 always popular. Not only is the racing of a high quality, especially with Mount gambeir now being elevated to provincial track status but there is always a wide range of entertainment as well. - 039

Autumn & spring trends in racewear

TRACKSIDE FASHION & BEAUTY 2013 FEATURE Trackside With such unpredictable weather, as we’ve experienced lately, the best way to chill-proof

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your racing look is with layers. A cardigan or blazer thrown over your shoulders works well

or try a cashmere scarf rolled in your purse. If the weather doesn’t deman opaques then

still opt for a closed-toe shoes or ankle boots to keep your look more autumnal.

The Autumn/Winter Rules. Hats Cold weather racing demands heavier millinery - avoid straw which is for Spring

carnival only. Think felt, wool or leather in darker hues. Dress Etiquette Traditionally the cooler months races require a knee-length

skirt, hat and gloves. It’s important to look elegant at the track and it should never be the place for tiny, mini skirts. Make sure only one body part is exposed - legs or decolletage - you can’t have both. Beauty Etiquette Nothing is worse than tangerine skin in winter so go easy on the fake tan and wear shoes that you can stand in all day. Nothing looks worse than a woman carrying her shoes at the end of the day pop some band-aids in your purse.

three day cup carnival April 30 & May 1 & 2 Warrnambool Racecourse The Warrnambool May Racing Carnival is acknowledged as Australia’s premier regional racing Carnival. The annual three day event attracts around 35,000 patrons from local, national and international markets. The highlight of the carnival is the ‘Dominant’ Grand Annual Steeplechase, raced over 5500 metres and consisting of 33 jumps. The Annual is the longest thoroughbred race in Australia and has the most jumps of any horse race worldwide. All three days of the carnival are action packaged with quality racing, exceptional catering and great entertainment. There’s also kids entertainment and hospitality packages to suit the needs of any group or individual. - 040


I’ve become a little jealous of the people of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea over the last couple of weeks. That’s North Korea for those of you who aren’t as worldly as me. That’s the country lead by crazy old Kim Jong Un who has been threatening, or maybe promising, to fire off some missiles recently. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not jealous of their lack of freedom. I’m not wishing I was oppressed and put in jail or worse if I expressed my own opinions. I’m not envious of the massive food shortages and starvation many of the people are suffering through. I’m just thinking, wouldn’t it be great to have a leader with a plan and some ideas for the future? In fact wouldn’t it be great to have a leader who is a leader! We’ve got some sort of a Muppet style puppet with a whole collection of shady characters somewhere in the background telling her what to say. I’m wondering whether we might actually be watching Weekend at Bernies II. Apologies to anyone who missed the 1980s movie I’m referring to and so doesn’t understand this joke. Apologies to anyone who suffered through the 1980s movie I’m referring to and completely understands this joke. Kim Jong Un has a plan for his country; for his people. It’s a simple plan which I’ll summarise for those of you who think he is just a crazed and out of control despot: KABOOOOOOOM! I would argue that our current leaders have equally simple

A message from your glorious leader by Robbie Tansel

leadership plans that are equally as sensible. The Labor and Julia Gillard plan is throw money at us until we like her and our great great great great grandchildren are left to pay the bill. She’s the equivalent of the weird stinky kid you went to school with whose Mum gave him a stack of money to buy all the other kids stuff at the canteen so they might like him. Everyone enjoyed the snacks but at the end of the day he was still stinky and weird. Mr Abbott and the Coalition have a simple plan that goes like this. Say as little as possible to avoid saying something dumb and just let Labor self destruct. They’re the equivalent of Nelson on the Simpsons: stand back, point and then laugh. I worry about what’s going to happen when (not if) they take control of government later this year. They’re all going to be sitting in a cabinet meeting having freshly taken government looking at each other. “So who’s got an idea?” Tony Abbott will begin. At that point a cricket will chirp, a tumbleweed will roll through the room and everyone will look at each other and realise that a selection of carefully selected zoo animals dressed in suits could have won the election. And did. Now I don’t want you to think that I am any

sort of advocate for war but at least North Korea’s Glorious Leader has a vision. Contrary to our politicians and glorious leaders, at least his plan is to bugger up other countries. Ours seem to be doing everything in their power to stuff up our future as they feather their own nests. I will concede that Kim Jong Un’s plan could lead to a fair bit of damage to his own nation if he did dare to fire off some missiles in anger, but you’ve got to love his moxy. He’s getting out there and having a go, and doesn’t care what anyone thinks. Aren’t we always encouraging kids to be individuals? Let’s be honest - how many of us, if left in charge of an army that follows our orders unquestionably wouldn’t fire off a couple of missiles. The studio where they film The Voice would be laying in rubble if I was in charge of a powerful military. Sorry Seal, Good Charlotte guy and Ricky Martin, but that Delta Goodrem just gets on my goat. Anyway, as I write this Kim Jong Un hasn’t done anything so maybe he’s just all talk, just like every other politician. I do question whether our media are trying to spin our view of him. The videos I’ve seen on the news are hilarious but it’s hard to believe that they accurately portray

him and the people of this nation. I saw that Dennis Rodman was over there a few weeks ago as well. As in the 1990s dress wearing, hair colouring, publicity stunt performing basketball star. Apart from making me think how happy Rodman must have been to only be the second nuttiest person in a country for a little while, it did have me questioning how scary the Glorious Leader really is. I guess that I can only hope that Bob Katter finds some way to become the Prime Minister later this year. There’s a guy that would make our lives entertaining. If anyone has Kim Jong Un’s e-mail address could you please email me at robbietansel I’ve got a neighbour who is really annoying me at the moment.

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A Place To Call Home Sunday, 8.30pm While Olivia remains feeling unwell and disconcerted by James’s continued distance, it’s Elizabeth who’s the most put out - irritated by the fact that Sarah continues to be the talk of the dinner table.


Arrow Wednesday, 8.30pm Laurel is targeted by the violent Chinese Triad and by ruthless mercenary China White. Meanwhile, Oliver is asked to take over his family’s company. - 044


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SPORTS SE AWARDS Two The diversity of recipients and the sports and sporting bodies they represent have been a highlight of the SportsSE Sports Star Awards and round five and round six winners are no exception. ROUND FIVE Athlete - Casey Donehue Coach - Robin Gorringe Club - Limestone Coast Little Athletics Volunteer/Official - Sue Waite Event - Australian Streetstock Championships (Borderline Speedway) ROUND SIX Athlete - Clare Black Coach - Beth Serle Club - Mount Gambier Pistol Club Volunteer/Official - Helen Moulden Event - Millicent Invitational Gymnastics Competition.

rounds of monthly awards handed out

More details on the winners on opp. page. Right - The top three placegetters, including Mount Gambier drivers Anthony Bedare (left - 2nd) and Jason Duell (far right - 3rd) at the 2013 Australian Streetstock Championships which was hosted at the Borderline Speedway, winning the club a round five Sports SE Sports Star Award in the event category. Below (bottom row from left) - The round six event award went to the Millicent Invitational Gymnastics Competition. It was accepted by life member Bob Downs and head coach

Sam Fensom; round five athlete award recipient was Casey Donehue; round five coach award recipient was athletics coach Robin Gorringe. Below (top row from left) - The round six coach award went to long time basketball stalwart Beth Serle (right) who accepted her award from sponsor Lisa Reppin, representing Bupa; past president Robert Aldersey accepted the round six club award on behalf of the Mount Gambier Pistol Club; round six volunteer/official award recipient Helen Moulden (right) accepted her award from sponsor Sue Wilson, representing People’s Choice Credit Union. - 048

SPORTS SE AWARDS Two Casey Donehue, winner of the round five athlete award, first went out to a Little Athletics training when she was 10, six years ago, and she has been setting records, representing the region and State and adding to her medal collection and trophy cabinet with each passing year. Her long standing coach, Robin Gorringe, took out the round five coach award, for his work with Mount Gambier High School athletes, as well as the success he has


rounds of monthly awards handed out from page 48

had with individual athletes, including Aimee Laube, Casey, Brooke Hines and James and Olivia Dukalskis, who have all competed at Australian Junior Championships. He has also worked extensively with senior and masters level athletes in the region. The round five club award went the way of the Limestone Coast Little Athletics that caters for 50 families and around 90 children in terms one and four of every year. Sue Waite, of Naracoorte,

took out the volunteer/official for her work in coaching and administration at the tennis club over more than 40 years, where she is understandably a life member. The Borderline Speedway’s hosting of the Australian Streetstock Championships took out the round five event award. And in a bonus for the host track, two local drivers - Anthony Beare (2nd) and Jason Duell (3rd) - finished on the podium. The round six athlete was Clare

Black, who is 97 years old, and still hitting the rink at the Mount Gambier & District RSL Bowling Club every week. Her name is on the club’s honour board for a number of singles, pairs, triples and fours titles. Basketball stalwart Beth Serle was awarded the round six coach award for what has been a 43 year association with Basketball Mount Gambier, in administration, as well as coaching especially juniors. The round six club award

went to the Mount Gambier Pistol Club which has been around for more than five decades. From the early halcyon days of Olympian John Tremelling, the club has continued to produce quality shooters. Helen Moulden, the daughter of athlete of the round Clare Black, took out the volunteer/official award in round six, recognising a three decade involvement in netball at the Mount Gambier Netball Association, with the

Vicis Netball Club. The 64 year old is a life member of her club and continues to umpire at the association. The round six event recipient was the Millicent Gymnastics Club’s Millicent Invitational Gymnastics Competition, which is an annual event that attracts more than 130 competitors and is the only non-metropolitan event to be sanctioned by Gymnastics SA. It has been running for almost two decades.

representative teams announced The Western Border Netball Association hits the road this weekend with its junior representative sides heading to the preliminary rounds of the William Loud Tournament - the Victorian Regional Association Championships. The WBNA is sending three teams - 17, 15 and 13 and under line-ups. Casterton Netball Club’s Leanne Outtram is coaching the 17 and under team which is blessed with up to six players who are regular members of their club’s A grade line-ups or have senior experience at the top level. Casterton has three representatives - defender Abbey Shannon, goaler Tori Perry and mid courter Claire Outtram. East Gambier has two representatives - both A grade players in 2013 - goaler Malinda Markiewicz, who is heading into her third season as a regular A grade member, and defender Morgan Amy. Two of Millicent’s A grade juniors - Lucy Walker and Melinda Squire are also part of the 17 and under team, while North also has two representatives, centre court specialist Bailey Watson and goaler and mid court utility Danika Jolley. The final member of the squad is Mollie Muhovics, a talented defender who has debuted in A grade for West Gambier this season. Emily Milich (Casterton); Meg Clode (Casterton) and Eilish McKay (East Gambier) are the emergencies. Suzie Mitchell is coaching the 15 and under combination and has five East Gambier juniors in her

Above - The Kalangadoo fours combination that represented the Lower South East Bowls Association against Keith, who were representing the Upper South East, in the Championship Fours. Kalangadoo won 21-4. The winning Kalangadoo team - Trevor Auld, Paul Martin, Peter Davies and Andre Carlson.

line-up with goaler Tenille Gray, defender Brenna McKay, mid courter Lauren Pike and utilities Mary Wilson and Casey Horrigan. Millicent has three representatives with key tall Alex Walker and her Saints team mates Keah Lynch and Zoe Brown. Emily Pietsch (North), who is an athletic utlity player and Tahlia Earl (West), who is a smart attacking option, round out the talented squad. Casterton’s Teagan McIntosh is the 15 and under emergency. Sharon Adams is coaching the 13 and under team, which includes Olivia Dukalskis; Jordan Adams; Zoe Duncan; Alana Craig; Sara Smith; Sophie Ferguson; Lily Bosko; Isabel Turner, Madi Turner and Isabel Redemski. Madi Freeman and Eliza Hunter are the emergencies.

Clockwise from left - Tori Perry; Brenna McKay; Emily Pietsch; Casey Horrigan; Danika Jolley and Tenille Gray - just some of the players set to represent Western Border this weekend at the William Loud Tournament preliminary rounds in Warrnambool. - 049

South East Tennis Seniors transferred its April hit out to Active8 Health & Sports Centre because of inclement weather. The men’s event was taken out by Bob Brown, from Tut Agnew, while the women’s event went the way of Jenny Irving, from Sharon Edwards. The next event is also at Active8, on May 26, from 11am. All players over 35 years of age are welcome to attend. April winners (from left) - Sharon Edwards, Tut Agnew, Bob Brown and Jenny Irving.

SEABL Pioneers

split Tasmania road trip

The Pioneers remain atop the South Conference standings after splitting their Tasmanian road double at the weekend. Despite being in a position to win the Pioneers were unable to close out their Friday night clash with Hobart, which is sitting just inside the South Conference top four. In the end the Chargers were able to secure a seven point win, thanks in no small part to its three big guns - Brandon Polk (32 points); Deba George (26) and Jordan Greg (23).”We didn’t play that well on Friday night,” coach Richard Hill said. “We had a lot of guys below their best and they had three guys that were at their best.” And that


proved the difference in the end, with the Chargers slightly shading the Pioneers in the field goal percentage, three point shooting and rebounding statistics. Erik Burdon led the scoring for the Pioneers with 21 points, while Ben Allen, who had his best weekend thus far as a Pioneers, scored 19 and Brad Hill, 15. So often, in the past, starting a road trip with a loss has been the catalyst for a second but the Pioneers rallied on Saturday night against North West Tasmania. The final margin was three points but the Pioneers were in control for much of the contest, and only a late three point shooting spree saw the home side threaten.

The Pioneers produced a 40-23 opening half where coach Hill said they boys were getting the job done at both ends of the court. “We played really well (Saturday) night,” coach Hill said. “They came home with a late rush shooting seven of the last eight shots and most of them were threes.” The North West Tassie clash was one of the more defensive contests the Pioneers have encountered this season and the coach was pleased with their ability to lock down as well as continue to score. “Around 70-80 points is where a 40 minute game should be,” coach Hill said. Burdon again top scored with 20

points, while Allen picked up 16 points and matched that in the rebound department, with Tom Daly scoring 14 points at more than 70 percent. “There’s still a fair bit of improvement in this group,” coach Hill said. “There’s some very good players but not one or two stars that we rely on - everyone knows their roles and that’s why it’s working so well.” The coach has two areas he would like to see the group work on in the coming weeks - improving their output on the offensive boards and their big guys working on staying out of foul trouble. “Ben (Allen) didn’t play as much as I would’ve liked in the first game because

he had to sit because of foul trouble and Titus (Robinson) fouled out on Saturday night,” coach Hill said. That being said, Allen was outstanding on the Tassie trip, building on the home game form he has shown, where his size has been critical and his leadership also a huge positive for the Mount Gambier team. “He’s very competitive and he wants to win,” coach Hill said. “He’s come from an environment where he didn’t have much of a role and he wants to establish himself here and he has definitely shown some leadership - it’s always good to have a leader with a bit of size about him.” The 2013

group might have flown in from all around Australia but they are basically a group of mates that have all played basketball at a high level with at least one or two of their Pioneers’ team mates before. The Pioneers head on the road again this weekend with a Saturday night clash with Albury/Wodonga, a team they easily beat at the Icehouse on April 19, and Sandringham, on Sunday afternoon. Results Hobart 88 d Pioneers 81 (Burdon 21; Allen 19; Hill 15); Pioneers 73 (Burdon 20; Allen 16; Daly 14; Hill 10) d North West Tasmania 70.

four action Lower South East Hockey Association round four results Division one men - Strikers 4 d West 2; Division one women - Naracoorte 3 d Tigers 0; Division two men - Cavaliers 3 d Naracoorte Rams 0; Division two women - Naracoorte 4 d Cavaliers 0; Redbacks 2 d Portland 0; Strikers 3 d West 2; Drifters 3 d Tigers 2.; Division three men - Cavaliers 4 d Tigers 3.; Division three women - Strikers 3 d West 0; Redbacks 3 d Portland 1; Under 15 boys - Redbacks d Portland (no score available); Tigers 3 d Cavaliers 2; Under 15 girls - Tigers 4 d Cavaliers 0; Redbacks 1 drew with West 1; Under 13 boys - Redbacks 6 d Portland 0; Under 13 girls - West Green 5 d Strikers 0; Tigers 4 d West Blue 1; Tigers 3 d Cavaliers Black 0; Cavaliers Red 0 drew with Redbacks 0. Left - Redbacks’ Cameron McArthur dribbles the ball away from Portland’s Ross Moir. Right - Redbacks’ Shavorn looks to tackle Portland’s Rebecca Hill.


the grounds Left (clockwise from left) - Casterton’s Haylee Rhook during A grade action on Saturday; South Gambier A reserve defender Tash Hemmings-Dunn drives hard down court; North Gambier A reserve goal attack Stacy Chapman was one of her side’s best on ANZAC Day; Dani McKinnon looks to shoot over Christie McCourt during A reserve netball action at Vansittart Park; Emily Gazzard looks for a team mate during A reserve action on ANZAC Day. Below (clockwise from left) - Brooke Dempsey at full stretch to take this pass; Natalie Rhook looks for a down court option ; Marlee Gartlan ready to release a throw in; Tanya Hood in full flight; East Gambier coach Jacinta Clark waiting for a free team mate.

Above (from top) - Kalangadoo shooter Kirby Mulraney; A grade defender Narelle Ryan; Brian Casey pursues the loose ball. Photos courtesy of Andrew Crouch. - 050


break drought in style

Casterton Netball Club breathed a sigh of relief and celebrated hard after securing its first victory in A grade Western Border netball action for almost two years. Not since 2011, when the Cats defeated Hamilton Imperials in the opening round and then backed it up with a shock two goal victory over South Gambier a couple of rounds later, have the Casterton girls tasetd victory. Club stalwart


and 2013 A grade coach Tricia Cleary was thrilled her young group not only secured the premiership points but did it in style, gaining control of the match against East Gambier in the second half. Marni Perry, who is clearly enjoying being free of coaching responsibilities, was outstanding, playing the role of general at the attacking end of the court in the same vein as competition greats Donna Denton and Lisa Cram. She did a mountain of work outside the circle as well as making good position in the shooting circle and given the difficult windy conditions, she finished brilliantly. Perry was well supported by Shane Guthrie, who has taken on the role under the post in the absence of Molly Kent. The athletic shooter held strongly and was a strong focal point for the Cats and she rewarded her team mates with some accurate finishing. Link players, Natalie Rhook and Gorgia Sealey were workmanlike and as the lead grew, they were even more careful with their delivery into Guthrie and Sealey, often playing the ball between themselves until a space opened up in the shooting circle. Haylee Rhook

was also pivotal in bringing the ball down court. The tenacious wing defender not only hassled the Bulldogs into error, creating turnovers, but she ran hard through the centre third to make sure she was always an offensive option for her team mates. Ellen Brewster is a critical pick up for the Cats, giving the defensive circle the height it has been sadly lacking in recent seasons. Brewster is a smart player who pulled in a number of interceptions. She was strong in the air, willing to come off her player to get a hand on passes at the edge of the circle and placed plenty of pressure over the

shot of the young East goalers. Her combination with rising talent Marlee Gartlan in the defensive circle already seems to be working well with the duo showing a good understanding between each other. Gartlan put in a no-nonsense performance, contesting every ball that came to her opponent and playing disciplined, smart netball. The early season win has laid a good platform for the talented Cats, who take on the tough test of undefeated North Gambier this weekend. East was again under-manned and cruelled by injury, with young shooter Eilish McKay fronting up for her third game of the day, in her A grade debut. A couple more of McKay’s team mates had also played a game prior to the A grade outing. player unavailability and injury has sorely tested the Bulldogs’ depth and meant there are often vastly different combinations hitting the court, making settling difficult. Malinda Markiewicz was her side’s most consistent performer, working high up the court to help bring the ball down and finishing accurately in the shooting circle. Coach Jacinta Clark was also solid, creating turnovers and

driving hard down court to try and give her side as much ball as possible. But in the end a lack of experience took its toll on the Bulldogs with the Cats thoroughly deserving the premiership points. Millicent secured an expected comfortable victory over West Gambier, while Tigers defender Alannah Campbell took home the Shirley Underwood Medal for best on court in the ANZAC Day clash with South as North overcame a tenacious Demons side with a last quarter surge that gave the home side a nine goal victory.

Above - Marni Perry was best on court in her side’s drought breaking win. Below - East A grade debutante Eilish McKay takes this ball strongly despite the pressure from Ellen Brewster.

Far left - Shirley Underwood Medallist Alannah Campbell. The Tigers defender created a number of turnovers for her side in the tense battle with South Gambier. Left - Casterton defender Ellen Brewster was critical in Casterton’s win on Saturday.

sides bow out of Federation Cup as local action continues

Both International and Apollo have bowed out of the Federation Cup, a Statewide competition pitting South Australia’s best club teams against each other. Apollo went down 6-0 to Para Hills, followed by Adelaide Olympic securing a 5-0 victory over International. Both matches were played Saturday afternoon at Casadio Park after being moved from the original plan of playing under lights.

Western Border Soccer Association Challenge Cup round three Centrals v Naracoorte A Grade Centrals 5 d Naracoorte 0 B Grade Centrals 5 d Naracoorte 1 Under 14 Centrals 10 d Naracoorte 0 Under 12 Centrals 10 d Naracoorte 0 International v Blue Lake A Grade Inter 9 d Blue Lake 0 B Grade Inter 1 drew with Blue Lake 1 Under 17 Inter 5 d Blue Lake 0 Under 14 Inter 6 d Blue Lake 1 Under 12 Inter 12 d Blue Lake 0

Millicent v Sharks A Grade Millicent 8 d Sharks 1 B Grade Millicent 7 d Sharks 6 Under 17 Sharks 10 d Millicent 1 Under 14 Sharks 10 d Millicent 0 Under 12 Sharks 4 d Millicent 0

Portland v Apollo A Grade Apollo 2 d Portland 1 B Grade Apollo 8 d Portland 0 Under 17 Apollo 10 d Portland 2 Under 14 Apollo 3 d Portland 1 Under 12 Apollo 8 d Portland 1

Far left - Naracoorte under 12 player Lachlan Payne looks to get the ball past Taylor Carter during Sunday’s Challenge Cup action. Left - Centrals goalkeeper Joshua Kernick looks to clear the ball for his side during under 12 action at Bishop Road on Sunday. - 051

Below - Centrals under 12 player Ronan McKenzie looks to find the back of the net past Naracoorte goalkeeeper Ciaran Shouksmith with this powerful strike during junior soccer action at Bishop Road on Sunday.

MSE Netball Results A Grade Kalangadoo 65 (K. Allen, J. Pitt) d Glencoe 49 (A. Edwards, S. Kasparian); Hatherleigh 73 (L. Sandland, K. Green) d Nangwarry 35 (C. Dinnison); Mt Burr 31 (L. Schultz, H. Clark) d Tantanoola 30 (C. Walker, J. Wilson); Port MacDonnell 42 (J. Gower, T. Merrett ANZAC Medal - Ash Heald) d Kongorong 35 (P. Douglas, A. Sturges).

A Reserve Kalangadoo 51 (A. Casey, A. Paterson) drew with Glencoe 51 (K. Heaver, D. Curtis); Hatherleigh 82 (M. Allan, E. Sullivan) d Nangwarry 22 (C. McDiarmid, B. Dobie); Tantanoola 32 (K. Rowe, L. Barber) d Mt Burr 10 (M. Treloar, L. Scott); Port MacDonnell 38 (M. Neave, T. Collins) d Kongorong 36 (S. Lucas, E. Waters).

B Grade Kalangadoo 59 (A. Bruins, M. Hawke) d Glencoe 39 (S. McDonnell, S. Davis); Hatherleigh 54 (M. Gibson, E. Stuckey) d Nangwarry 31 (K. Neale, L. McKeon); Tantanoola 41 (B. Merrett, B. Taylor) d Mt Burr 11 (R. Harvey, M. Stanley); Port MacDonnell 27 d Kognorong 25 (H. Greenfield, K. Hudson).

B Reserve Kalangadoo 36 (S. Josephs, C. Shelton) d Glencoe 28 (A. Tweddle, M. Dihm); Hatherleigh 28 (C. Martin, F. Jackman) d Nangwarry 25 (B. Merrett, B. Fulford); Tantanoola 29 (K. Trembath, J. Cushion) d Mt Burr 13 (R. Quintel, A. Potter); Kongorong 25 (K. Lavernic, B. Allen) d Port MacDonnell 15.

17 and under Kalangadoo 44 (E. Greenfield, K. Martin) d Glencoe 28 (C. Tentye, M. McDonald); Hatherleigh 71 (E. Nettle, G. Gray) d Nangwarry 33 (E. McDiarmid, K. Rowe); Tantanoola 64 (A. Lucas, C. Walker) d Mt Burr 6 (E. ussell, G. Carnallor); Kongorong 22 (A. Neshoda, E. Hudson) d Port MacDonnell 16.

15 and under Kalangadoo 42 (K. Redford, A. Wright) d Glencoe 18 (K. Medhurst, E. McAdam); Hatherleigh 87 (A. Brooks, M. Pulmer) d Nangwarry 8 (A. Wells, J. Chapman); Tantanoola 32 (D. Milne, C. Wilson) d Mt Burr 25 (G. Hales, A. Crescentino); Kongorong 35 (E. Shepherd, B. Ellis) d Port MacDonnell 16 (T. Stark, T. Moloney).

13 and under Nangwarry 38 (J. Chapman, A. Ferguson) d Hatherleigh 16 (L. McGregor, M. Gray); Mt Burr 24 (K. Lansdowne, E. Gary) d Tantanoola 11 (E. Gould, B. Scanlon); Port MacDonnell 21 (N. Fensom, L. Milstead) d Kongorong 4 (D. Holmes, J. Shepherd.)


Senior Colts

Hatherleigh 8.12 14.15 21.26 25.30 (180) Nangwarry 0.1 5.3 6.3 6.5 (41) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Skeer 6; B. Sneath 5; T. Bell, C. Buckley 4; S. Telfer, J. Bateman, J. Sullivan 2; T. Agnew, J. Faulkner. Nangwarry: S. Virtanen 3; N. Reeves 2; J. Brooks. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Faulkner, J. Sullivan, C. Buckley, B. Sneath, T. Bell, J. Wight. Nangwarry: N. Reeves, B. Lindner, M. Fatchen, B. Deamer, J. Barnes, J. McKeon. Glencoe 4.4 11.7 14.7 17.13 (115) Kalangadoo 1.4 1.5 3.9 5.9 (39) Goals - Glencoe: D. Paproth 5; M. McRae, Z. Cocks 3; D. Childs 2; D. Watson, M. Kieselbach, A. Hentschke, J. Bates. Kalangadoo: A. Stone 3; J. Dunn, S. McLaughlin. Best - Glencoe: M. Kieselbach, D. Watson, Z, Cocks, D. Paproth, D. Childs, T. Edwards. Kalangadoo: A. Stone, J. Casey, C. Mules, J. Pratt, B. Casey, M. Lowe. Mt Burr 5.3 8.3 10.4 14.7 (91) Tantanoola 3.4 8.10 9.11 11.13 (79) Goals - Mt Burr: C. Murray 5; S. Bevan, C. Gallio, B. Gordon 2; J. Gregory, N. Muhovics, D. Ridley. Tantanoola: R. Versace 3; L. Smith 2; J. Bromley, D. Tincknell, C. Williams, R. Clarke, C. Hale, D. Knaggs.Best - Mt Burr: B. Gordon, B. Hennink, C. Gallio, J. Fiebig, D. Ridley, S. Bevan. Tantanoola: D. Knaggs, J. Williams, J. Rowe, C. Williams, T. Stringer, R. Versace. Port MacDonnell 0.4 6.12 6.13 12.20 (92) Kongorong 3.3 3.3 3.10 4.10 (34) Goals - Pt Mac: D. Bromley 4; T. Sullivan 2; M. Lewis, S. Zeitz, B. McGregor, L. Pratt, W. Macdonald, A. Taylor. Kongorong: J. Wright 2; J. Phillips, A. Harding. Best - Pt Mac: W. Macdonald, B. O’Dine, B. McGregor, R. Chant, L. Pratt, T. Sullivan. Kongorong: B. Saffin, N. Ham, S. Phillips, M. Von Stanke, D. Phillips.

Hatherleigh 4.2 11.10 18.11 26.19 (175) Nangwarry 0.0 1.0 4.4 4.7 (1) Goals - Hatherleigh: T. Chant 5; J. Brooks 4; A. Altschwager, B. Gibbs, D. Sutherland 3; B. Lang, G. Treloar 2; S. Sutherland, B. Bowman, W. Gilbertson, M. Bunt. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Brooks, M. Pulmer, A. Altschwager, J. Gilbertson, D. Sutherland. nangwarry: M. Dedanfield, S. Potter, B. McIntosh, B. Rowe, B. Haggett. Kalangadoo 5.3 11.9 19.10 27.17 (179) Glencoe 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 (1) Goals - Kalangadoo: T. Saunders 5; K. Weistra, R. Carlson, Z. Dunn 4; J. Davies 3; L. Farrugia, T. Jones 2; P. Davies, C. Howlett, L. Carlson.Best - Kalangadoo: T. Jones, J. Davies, T. Saunders, M. Krieger, C. Howlett, K. Weistra. Glencoe: B. Mitchell, W. Cleggett, R. Edwards, E. Trupp, M. Khan, P. Mitchell. Mt Burr 1.2 5.6 7.9 9.9 (63) Tantanoola 1.1 1.2 1.3 3.5 (23) Goals - Mt Burr: H. Schultz, 4; J. Stone 2; B. Delbridge, A. Ridley, J. Gregory. Tantanoola: K. Abrahamson, C. Williams, A. Gregory. Best - Mt Burr: J. Wallis, A. Ridley, A. Butler, B. Delbridge, J. Wilson, H. Schultz. Tantanoola: B. Radley, C. Williams, M. Reid, D. Pink, L. Thomas, A. White. Port MacDonnell 1.0 3.2 3.3 5.7 (37) Kongorong 3.2 3.5 4.10 4.12 (36) Goals - Pt Mac: S. Zeitz 3; D. Silvy 2. Kongorong: K. Ham, J. Blackwell, J. Mullan, M. Waters. Best - Pt Mac: S. Zeitz, B. Wilke, R. Brodie, T. Sullivan, J. Stark. Kongorong: M. Waters, J. Blackwell, D. Brown, J. Miller, T. Saffin, A. Last.

B Grade

Hatherleigh 5.5 7.5 11.10 14.11 (95) Nangwarry 0.0 0.1 0.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Hatherleigh: Z. Jones 3; L. MacGregor, A. Spehr, J. Gray, S. Jones, C. Gibbs, F. Bradley, S. Gray, J. Allan, L. Brown, D. Treloar, J. Wight. Nangwarry: G. Alexander. Best - Hatherleigh: L. Brown, J. Lang, T. Sutherland, R. Chester, H. Coote, C. Gibbs. Nangwarry: B. Parsons, B. McIntosh, B. Rowe, D. Podobnik, R. Widdison-Mills. Glencoe 2.1 3.1 5.2 8.3 (51) Kalangadoo 1.1 2.3 4.3 4.4 (28) Goals - Glencoe: B. McManus, K. Poole 2; T. Wing, D. Cleggett. Kalangadoo: S. McManus 3. Best - Glencoe: P. Mitchell, J. Edmonds, B. Arthurson, B. Lipscombe, D. Cleggett, A. Lipscombe. Kalangadoo: S. McManus, K. Stephens, T. McManus, L. Ousey, S. Farrugia, L. McIntyre. Mt Burr 2.2 3.3 4.4 5.7 (37) Tantanoola 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0) Goals - Mt Burr: R. Gamble, D. Hogan, C. Gamble, J. Wilson, B. Russell. Best - Mt Burr: C. Gamble, E. Ballintyne, C. Wilson, C. Crescentino, R. Gamble, B. Russell. Tantanoola: M. Sorella, H. Ferguson, E. Glass, Z. Walker, T. Bevan, C. Serle. Port MacDonnell 2.3 6.9 6.9 9.15 (69) Kongorong 0.0 0.0 3.0 3.0 (18) Goals - Pt Mac: T. Zeitz 2; B. Newton, B. Milstead, B. Cutting, N. Wilke, W. Chant, G. Hutchesson, J. Attard. Kongorong: L. Bottomley 3. Best - Pt Mac: N. Wilke, L. Tilley, T. Zeitz, J. Attard, W. Chant, B. Newton. Kongorong: C. Sanderson, L. Bottomley, W. Vickery, T. Modra, J. MacIntosh.

Hatherleigh 3.3 7.10 8.11 15.13 (103) Nangwarry 0.2 1.2 4.3 6.4 (40) Goals - Hatherleigh: S. Beggs 4; T. Merrett 3; N. Stratford, A. Driessen 2; S. Lambert, S. Fitzgerald, S. Ellis, M. Gibson. Nangwarry: J. Lock 3; C. Lock 2; B. Jacka. Best - Hatherleigh: D. Paul, S. Fitzgerald, S. Beggs, T. Merrett, T. Pegler, J. Gordon. Nangwarry: C. Lock, N. Gilbert, C. Broad, J. Raneberg, A. Gilbert, A. Chapman. Glencoe 3.2 6.8 7.11 9.14 (68) Kalangadoo 3.0 3.0 5.0 5.2 (32) Goals - Glencoe: A. Scott 3; A. Sealey 2; B. Curran, T. Biggins, A. Cary, S. Walker. Kalangadoo: A. Ilsley 4; M. Gribben. Best - Glencoe: A. Sealey, S. Leane, T. Biggins, S. Walker, B. Curran, J. Aston. Kalangadoo: M. Gribben, S. McCann, S. Gallasch, A. Ilsley, M. Grosvenor. Tantanoola 4.4 8.7 14.7 28.8 (116) Mt Burr 0.1 1.2 1.3 2.3 (15) Goals - Tantanoola: M. Cytrowski 6; S. Varcoe, B. Chant, K. Dodd, S. Agnew, S. Taylor 2; T. Wilson, N. Bell. Mt Burr: C. Icke-Poulter, D. Lesslie. Best - Tatnanoola: S. Agnew, N. Bell, S. Taylor, K. Dodd, T. Wilson, L. Kent. Mt Burr: J. Little, A. Curson, S, Hughes, A. Ferguson, J. Stone. Kongorong 1.0 4.2 5.2 8.5 (53) Port MacDonnell 5.2 6.2 6.9 7.9 (51) Goals - Kongorong: N. Reid, W. Attiwill 2; Z. Best, M. Evans, T. Glynn, T. Proud. Pt Mac: M. Stark 5; C. Driver 2. Best - Kongorong: N. Reid, C. Little, T. Elleston, T. Glynn, D. Harradine. Pt Mac: J. Smith, N. Frankenburg, M. Stark, B. Chant, I. Ransom, B, Holmes.

Junior Colts

MSE Seniors Ladder Hatherleigh Port MacDonnell Kongorong Glencoe Tantanoola Mt Burr Nangwarry Kalangadoo Robe

% 87.41 66.40 54.73 71.52 60.25 32.76 32.44 27.62 9.64

Pts 16 12 12 8 8 4 0 0 0

Left - Best on ground and ANZAC Medallist Will MacDonald (left) and coach James McGregor with the Bruce Lighbody Memorial Shield, which Port MacDonnell won by 58 points. Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.


Mid South East Goalkickers Jack Skeer Dylan Bromley Brett Sneath Michael McRae Joshua Wright Ciaran Buckely Chris Murray Sam Telfer Mitchell Reilly

Hatherleigh Port MacDonnell Hatherleigh Glencoe Kongorong Hatherleigh Mt Burr Hatherleigh Tantanoola



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South West District Football

Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara Football

A Grade


Dartmoor 3.2 8.3 12.6 14.10 (94) Westerns 7.3 9.6 13.8 14.9 (93) Goals - Dartmoor: J. Franklin 4; J. McCrae, A. Jones, M. Oldfield 2; J. Ropitini, L. Hatherell, J. Whyte, D. Stephens. Westerns: R. Cracknell 4; J. Webb, M. Keem 3; L. Evans 2; P. Wlson, B. Smith. Best - Dartmoor: M. Oldfield, J. Polaski, L. Polaski, B. Hicks, J. McCrae, S. Schoenfisch. Westerns: M. Keem, H. Dyke, J. Webb, J. Cole, D. Marlow, K. Richardson. Cavendish 7.3 16.4 20.8 23.12 (150) Branx-Wallace 4.1 8.2 11.3 14.3 (87) Goals - Cavendish: A. Schurmann 10; B. McIntosh, L. Purcell, S. Hatherell, R. McNaughton 2; A. Keen, B. Munn , A. O’Connor , P. Huf , T. Robinson. Branx-Wallace: P. Downs 6; A. Cameron 4; P. Yole 2; B. Manders, M. Monaghan. Best - Cavendish: L. Purcell, C. Haeusler, A. Schurmann, T. Robinson, P. McKellar, A. Keen. Branx-Wallace: P. Downs, C. Buckley, B. Manders, L. Cooper, C. Kanoniuk, N. Caruana. Coleraine 22.15 (147) Sandford 7.6 (48) Goals - Coleraine: none supplied. Sandford: none supplied. Best - Coleraine: none supplied. Sandford: none supplied. Heywood 5.2 9.4 17.7 17.10 (112) Tyrendarra 1.0 2.2 3.6 5.6 (36) Goals - Heywood: M. Wilson 7; J. Bell 5; J. Vaughan 2; L. Sartori, S. O’Brien. Tyrendarra: T. Holland 3; B. Clay, S. Byron. Best - Heywood: J. Imbi, M. Wilson, L. Malseed, S. O’Brien, B. Millard, L. Sartori. Tyrendarra: L. Thorpe, T. Holland, A. Lipscombe, J. Clay, A. Ross, B. Clay

Penola 9.3 13.9 19.12 25.17 (167) Border Districts 2.0 5.0 8.0 11.0 (66) Goals - Penola: A. Merrett 7; B. Foster, B. Merrett 4; B. McIntyre 3; K. Ransom, J. Copping 2; M. Willson, J. Galpin, M. Merrett. Border Districts: C. Barras 7; C. Robinson 2; J. Richardson, B. Vallance. Best - Penola: K. Ransom, B. Merrett, M. Merrett, D. Clayfield, B. McIntyre, D. Coxon. Border Districts: C. Barras, B. Vallance, J. Barras, G. McWaters, J. Hirst, N. Tarca. Naracoorte 4.4 9.11 19.18 27.21 (183) Kybybolite 4.4 6.9 8.12 8.14 (62) Goals - Naracoorte: S. Logan 11; S. Cox, C. Mifsud 2; Z. Donnelly, B. Borg, M. Childs, B. Gould, C. Beggs, J. Gschwandtner, J. Cother, N. Boon. Kybybolite: D. Arnold 2; D. Munn, B. Nikkerud, B. Laurie, B. Munn, J. Fitzgerald, J. Bittner. Best - Naracoorte: M. Gill, M. Hartree, N. Smith, S. Logan, B. Gould. Kybybolite: B. Laurie, D. Brodie, R. Jaensch, S. Munn, W. Miles, D. Ogilvie. Padthaway 3.0 10.4 16.7 21.11 (137) Lucindale 1.0 1.3 2.7 3.8 (26) Goals - Padthaway: T. McLennan, M. Hoffmann, A. Dillon 4; B. Gunning 3; D. Boyanton, M. Roscow 2; T. Edwards, D. Scott-Collings. Lucindale: P. Baker 2; J. Zohs. Best - Padthaway: C. Marshall, M. Roscow, K. Hicks, A. Longbottom, D. Boyanton, D. Scott-Collings. Lucindale: T. Ware, H. Legoe, T. Menz, M. Snowball, A. Smart, P. Mulquiny. Keith 4.3 5.9 11.12 16.16 (112) Kaniva-Leeor 4.3 5.4 9.6 11.10 (76) Goals - Keith: A, Hunt 4; P. Makin, J. McEntee 3; D. Stratford, J. Wilson 2; J. Drogemuller, L. Mitchell. Kaniva-Leeor: K. Ross, J. Greenbank, S. Stallion 2; P. Adlington, A. Brown, J. Lyon, J. Brown, S. Vivian. Best - Keith: P. Makin, D. Stratford, B. King, J. Wilson, R. Menz, M. Telfer. Kaniva-Leeor: S. Stallion, J. Turner, C. Sharples, J. Hicks, S. Dodson, K. Ross. Bordertown 5.5 8.9 13.11 26.13 (169) Kingston 4.1 7.2 7.6 11.7 (73) Goals - Bordertown: N. Frederick 1-; A. Stephens, T. Harkness 4; C. Diment 2; H. Paech, T. Devitt, S. Copestick, M. Hayes, C. Dahlitz, J. Tink. Kingston: S. Braidwood 5; T. Read 3; B. Warner, T. McGovern, T. Borrillo. Best - Bordertown: S. Copestick, N. Frederick, N. Hewett, R. Frick, C. Dahlitz, D. Feder. Kingston: J. Austin, B. Warner, S. Braidwood, T. Borrillo, A. Stenner, T. Gardner.


Hampden Football League

A Grade Portland 5.1 8.2 11.5 15.8 (98) Hamilton Kangaroos 2.2 3.5 6.6 7.10 (52) Goals - Portland: J. Holt 4; S. Fleming, J. Hayse 3; R. Egan, J. Stiles, S. Clark, B. Bentley, J. Kane. Hamilton: B. Huf, H. Douglas 2; J. Manson, H. Waldron, T. Waters. Best - Portland: N. Haylock, R. Egan, S. Fleming, S. Clark, C. Woodford, B. Malcolm. Hamilton: H. Waldron, R. Morris, D. Logan, M. Ross, B. Huf, H. Douglas.

Hampden Netball Results A Grade Portland 50 (R. Payne, S. Arnott, T. Bannam) d Hamilton Kangaroos 38 (A. Huf, H. Huf, A. Feely).

Hampden Football Netball League Round 4 - May 4


KNT Goalkickers Sam Logan Nathan Frederick James McEntee Tim Harkness Adam Merrett Sam Braidwood Andrew Hunt

Naracoorte Bordertown Keith Bordertown Penola Kingston Keith

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KNT Seniors Ladder Naracoorte Penola Keith Bordertown Mundulla Kingston Lucindale Kaniva-Leeor Kybybolite Padthaway Border Districts

% 73.41 66.67 66.00 63.18 54.22 40.76 31.96 37.37 33.41 30.39 28.37

Pts 12 8 8 8 8 2 2 0 0 0 0

KNT Netball Results MGNA Netball Results A Grade Hobitz 41 (K. Stewart, S. Lowe) d Zodiacs 35 (N. Blachut, J. Smith); Vicis 48 (C. Pace, D. Hirst) d Intruders 22 (C. Grubb, L. Thompson); Saints 38 (R. Primmer, M. Ridding) d Amazons 22 (T. Brooksby, F. Millard). Left (from top) - Adam Taylor just gets this handball away in A grade football action on Saturday; veteran Janine Merrett finds the space to deliver this pass to Cristan Smith in B grade netball action at the weekend; Rohan Povey sends this ball deep into the attacking fifty during the A grade ANZAC clash on Saturday between Port MacDonnell and Kongorong; Ash Heald won the ANZAC Medal for best on court in the A grade netball clash at the weekend. Photos courtesy of Karen Cawthorne. - 053

A Grade Naracoorte 53 (E. Hunter, K. Mott) d Kybybolite 40 (A. Donnelly, S. Arnold); Border Districts 40 (K. Jacob) d Penola 37 (S. Combe); Keith 40 (G. Cadzow, B. Clark) d Kaniva-Leeor 20 (E. Hawker, E. Hawker); Padthaway 36 (E. Edwards, C. McElroy) d Lucindale 30 (M. Gear, N. Smart); Bordertown 45 (A. Johannsen, E. Orrock) d Kingston 41 (R. Smith, Y. Stewart).



Under 15

North Gambier 0.1 6.4 9.6 15.10 (100) South Gambier 1.2 2.4 15.4 7.7 (49) Goals - North: J. McConnell 4; A. Kilsby, N. Blachut 2; S. Flett, R. O’Grady, M. Ashby, A. Kurzman, M. Chapman, B. Egan, G. Soper. South: B. Exelby 4; T. Currie 2; L. Duncan. Best - North: B. Egan, C. Hudson, S. Egan, M. Ashby, A. Kurzman, N. Blachut. South: J. Paprotny, B. Howard, J. Ryan, S/ Berkefeld, J. Wilson. West Gambier 4.5 6.5 13.12 14.13 (97) Millicent 1.0 4.9 7.11 13.16 (94) Goals - West: N. Allen 6; D. McElroy 5; J. Ryan, B. Wilson. Millicent: G. Gascoyne 5; J. Martin 4; J. Pratt, B. Pickett, T. Wilson, J. Agnew. Best - West: D. MvcElroy, J. Ferguson-Lane, S. Wenman, N. Allen, G. Tucker, T. Dolan. Millicent: D. Thwaites, C. Haggett, J. Agnew, O. O’Loughlin, B. Pickett, J. Martin. Casterton 1.0 7.1 10.1 12.2 (74) East Gambier 4.5 5.6 9.11 9.13 (67) Goals - Casterton: none supplied. East: J. Fry 5; M. McCallum, M. VanSchaik, M. Dempsey, B. Creek. Best - Casterton: A. McKenzie, R. Smith, D. Ayton, Z. Michau, P. Kleemann, R. Killey. East: C. Povey, A. Wilson, J. Fry, J. Dempsey, M. Dempsey, S. Balshaw.

South Gambier 1.4 4.5 8.10 11.13 (79) North Gambier 0.3 2.4 2.4 3.6 (24) Goals - South: J. Capewell 3; P. Gale 2; R. Glynn, L. Denton, J. Neshoda, D. Ridding, R. Broome, S. Walker. North: B. Close, W. Stafford, W. Nankivell. Best - South: L. Denton, L. Muller, P. Gale, J. Tucker, T. Opie, T. Walker. North: B. Gibbs, B. Close, J. Everard, N. Brown, W. Stafford, T. Wilson-Smith. Millicent 1.1 3.6 3.7 4.9 (33) West Gambier 1.1 1.1 3.6 3.7 (25) Goals - Millicent: none supplied. West: L. Lean, J. Stokker, B. Von Duve. Best - Millicent: none supplied. West: L. Lean, L. Beckman, B. Wagstaffe, B. Hosking, J. Gosling, J. Geddes. East Gambier 1.3 3.3 5.4 6.5 (41) Casterton 1.0 1.3 2.5 4.7 (31) Goals - East: T. Lockwood 2; B. Pitts, P. Penafiel, Z. Watson, N. Murphy. Casterton: J. Gibbs 2; C. Jarrad, K. Zippel. Best - East: T. Sneath, Z. Watson, L. Dohrmann, H. Battye, B. Biggs, B. Pitts. Casterton: C. Jarrad, K. Zippel, J. Neylon, C. McCombe.


Western Border Goalkickers

North Gambier 3.1 6.4 11.6 14.6 (90) South Gambier 2.1 4.2 6.3 0.6 (60) Goals - North: B. Stafford 4; J. Schutz 3; J. Gibbs 2; D. Munn, S. Shepherd, S. McInerney, N. DiGiorgio, T. Young. South: B. Carracher, J. Patzel 2; R. Attiwill, N. Seager, J. Primer, A. Bryant, T. Laube. Best - North: B. Stafford, K. Kuhn, J. Walker, J. Gibbs, L. Norman, P, Bosko. South: D. Miller, P. Ellis, P. Harten, N. Seager, C. Patzel. Millicent 3.3 3.4 8.7 9.7 (61) West Gambier 0.1 2.5 2.5 2.8 (20) Goals - Millicent: C. Denton 5; B. Grosser 2; H. Reilly, J. Kenny. West: B. Koop, J. Hewett. Best - Millicent: C. Denton, K. Opperman, C. Thomson, H. Walshaw, H. Reilly. West: J. Weyers, J. Waugh, A. Gill, M. Weyeres, B. Wilson, K. Badman. East Gambier 2.1 3.1 5.2 11.6 (72) Casterton 2.2 3.4 5.8 7.8 (50) Goals - East: K. Cook 3; L. Staniford, M. Ellis 2; J. Case, R. Povey, L. Thomson, B. Nash. Casterton: S. Penffold 3; J. Smith 2; A. Sullivan, Z. Howlett.. Best - East: L. Thomson, M. White, L. Staniford, B. Nash, R. Povey, J. Reader. Casterton: Z. Howlett, A. Sullivan, A. Jarrad, H. Smith, T. Logan, S. Penfold.

North Gambier West Gambier Millicent West Gambier South Gambier South Gambier North Gambier

11 9 8 6 6 5 5

WB Netball Results A Grade Millicent 57 (D. Denton, L. Duldig) d West Gambier 31 (C. Trevilyan, B. McEvoy); North Gambier 46 (A. Campbell, M. Hosking) d South Gambier 37 (L. King, C. Barry); Casterton 54 (M. Perry, E. Brewster) d East Gambier 44 (M. Markiewicz, J. Clark).

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Under 17 North Gambier 4.2 7.6 12.7 12.8 (80) South Gambier 1.0 2.1 2.3 7.7 (49) Goals - North: S. Sochacki, M. Allen 3; M. McInerney, J. Stafford 2; N. Pasquazzi, J. Roughana. South: H. Stevens, J. Kilsby, L. Pitson, T. Horrigan, S. Enderl, P. Page, A. Franchetto. Best - North: A. Anderson, T. Hatt, J. Stafford, M. Allen, H. Ryan, J. Hunter. South: P. Glynn, A. Andrae, D. Stratton, H. Stevens, R. Whittaker. West Gambier 3.3 8.7 12.7 18.11 (119) Millicent 3.1 3.1 5.3 5.3 (33) Goals - West: A. Cram 5; J. Coombe 4; G. Ha, P. Wilondga 3; J. Lock 2; B. Stratman. Millicent: J. Reilly, M. Gordon 2; T. McRostie. Best - West: A. Gibbs, M. Walmsley-Pace, A. Cram. J. Coombe, B. Stratman, M. Hunter. Millicent: J. DeJong, J. Reilly, M. Gordon, T. McRostie, A. Watts, J. Grimes. Casterton 1.0 3.4 4.7 7.11 (53) East Gambier 2.3 2.5 3.6 3.6 (24) Goals - Casterton: J. Carlin, O. Richardson, F. Kent 2; B. Gill. East: J. Van Horan 2; J. Dawe. Best - Casterton: O/ Richardson, A. Cleary, D. Cleary, B. Devereaux, O. Crawford, A. Waters. East: N. Gray, H. Walters, C. McCormack, K. Anderson, C. Lloyd-Fox, D. Robinson.

WB Seniors Ladder North Gambier Casterton South Gambier West Gambier Millicent East Gambier

Justin McConnell Nick Allen Glen Gascoyne Daron McElroy Brett Exelby Simon Berkefeld Scott Flett

% 217.14 113.28 99.44 78.73 92.26 60.89

North Gambier 47 (A. Flett, S. Chapman) d South Gambier 29 (K. Reid, E. Gazzard); Millicent 46 (K. Grosser, T. Haggett) d West Gambier 32 (M. Ryan, S. Fox); Casterton 38 (T. Cleary, E. Pelman-Thorman) d East Gambier 29 (R. Pratt, B. Hines).

B Grade West Gambier 67 (J. Muhovics, S. Cummins) d Millicent 19 (B. Turner, M. Tilley); South Gambier 59 (L. Bruggeman, L. DeBreuk) d North Gambier 49 (G. McInerney, A. Jolley); East Gambier 46 (L. Pratt, Z. Tomkinson) d Casterton 34 (M. Clode, T. Guthrie.

C Grade West Gambier 49 (E. Collins, D. Watson) d Millcient 23 (N. Thomas, A. Lonergan); North Gambier 43 (A. Pietsch, K. Pietsch) d South Gambier 35 (C. Burford, J. O’Neil); East Gambier 31 (M. Wichman, C. Mathys) d Casterton 22 (P. Robbins, C Jones).

17 and under Millicent 21 (N. Potter, A. Bowering) d West Gambier 15 (M. Muhovics, S. Alen); North Gambier 38 (T. Woodall, M. Gazzard) d South Gambier 19 (G. Latchford, M. Lawler); East Gambeir 32 (E. McKay, B. Gray) d Casterton 22 (A. Gorman, A. Shannon).

15 and under Pts 4 4 2 2 0 0

Photos (from top) - The ANZAC Day commemoration ceremony prior to the A grade clash at Vansittart Park; North skipper Adam Kurzman and South skipper Simon Berkefeld at the coin toss; Tony Casadio Medallist Brock Egan in action and Mayson Ashby looks to gather the ball as the pressure is applied by Brent Howard. Photos courtesy of Kelvin Ruge.

Millicent 27 (M. Varcoe, Z. Brown) d West Gambier 14 (O. McEvoy, J. Dorward); North Gambier 36 (A. Hood, E. Pietsch) d South Gambier 7 (J. Opie, M. Bowd); East Gambier 35 (T. Gray, S. Harrap) d Casterton 26 (T. McIntosh, H. Waters)

13 and under Millicent 27 (A. Craig, S. Ferguson) d West Gambier 14 (E. Hunter, H. Witherow); North Gambier 38 (H. Hood, S. Flett) d South Gambier 35 (O. Dukalskis, I. Walker).





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Above - Marino Gandolfi, Ron Trewin and Ed Fitter took out the ANZAC Day 2-4-2 Competition at the Millicent Bowls Club, sponsored by the Somerset Hotel.

Above - The winners (top) of the Daph Chapman Day at the Millicent Bowls Club - J. Eldridge, C. Pye, E. Scudds and N. Whelan and the runners-up (bottom) - R. Chambers, S.Carnellor, M. Wright and J. Saint . Daph Chapman is a life member and 38 players competed in the annual event.

Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association Mount Gambier Community RSL Pennants - round four results Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 60 d Kongorong 48; Glenburnie 62 d RSL & District Gold 42; St Martins 57 d Commercial Gold 52; Glencoe 66 d Mil Lel 40. Malseed Shield Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 54 d Saints 53; Mount Gambier Bowls Club 71 d OB Flat 46; Moorak Red 61 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 57; Mooak Blue 66 d Yahl 41. The association Ladies and Men’s Pairs Championships will be played this Thursday night. Left (from top) - Millicent suffered its second close defeat in as many rounds when it hosted West Gambier at Mclaughlin park at the weekend; Millicent star recruit Byron Pickett. Photos courtesy of Steve Walters. Left - East Gambier A grade goal attack Malinda Markiewicz converts this scoring opportunity despite the pressure from classy Cats defender Ellen Brewster. - 055

A former member and past Commodore of Rivoli Bay Sailing Club, State Member for MacKillop Mitch Williams MP had the opportunity to present a $900 cheque to the sailing club’s Vice Commodore, Brad Mann, for its successful application for financial assistance through Round 34 of the Active Club Program. Mann said the moleny would be of great benefit to assist the club with coach training and development. The State Government through the Office for Recreation and Sport’s assist grass roots community based organisations such as Rivoli Bay Sailing Club, for its active recreation and sport programs and its service in the community. The Rivoli Bay Sailing Club is an affiliated member of Yachting SA and prides itself on being an active fun club that aspires to promote the sport of sailing. It offers social, recreational and competition for all ages and has a selection of off-the-beach monohulls and catamarans in its fleet. The club has an alliance with schools and other community groups as well as being recognised as a favored host of State and national sailing events. The club has an active Discover Sailing Day program, which

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Scott Pye’s heavily rebuilt Commodore underwent a specially organised shakedown test at Holden’s iconic proving ground at Lang Lang last Friday. Holden handed the Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport team a lifeline after the #80 Commodore was not finished in time to take part in a scheduled group V8 Supercar test at Winton earlier in the week. Pye was lucky to escape serious injury when the Commodore crashed head-on into a tyre wall at turn two at the Symmons Plains round. The exact nature of why the brakes failed has not yet been determined. Data downloaded from the impact measured the energy forces at 28g. Team owner Lucas Dumbrell is grateful the Commodore will be able to have a shakedown test to determine whether there are any electronic or mechanical bugs before the car is loaded on the transporter for the Perth round from May 3-5. “It was important Scott (Pye) got back behind the wheel just to see if the seating position was the same and he was happy with everything the way it’s been put back together,” Lucas Dumbrell said.










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5 speed manual turbo diesel, 89,471km, 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, driver airbag, CD player, central locking, power windows, roll bar, side steps. S738AAR. Internet ID: 20532

Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows, rain sensor, tinted windows. S700AAR. WAS $15,990.

Automatic 4WD, 58,746km, air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. JFS-230.

4 cylinder turbo automatic, 17” alloy wheels, abs, climate control, 8 airbags, CD stackeer, central locking, cruise control, power windows, rain sensor. S547ABD. WAS $19,990.

Automatic turbo diesel, 7 seats, 18” alloy wheels, ABS, climate control, dual airbags, CD stacker, central locking, cruise control, power windows, tinted windows. JMF-512.

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Automatic, ABS, air conditioning, 8 airbags, bluetooth system, CD stacker, central locking, cruise control, power windows. S132AJR. WAS $20,990. Internet ID: 20374

Automatic, 51,336km, 18” alloy wheels, air conditining, 8 airbags, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. XNK-014. WAS $32,990.

Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, climate control, 8 airbags, bluetooth system, CD stacker, central locking, cruise control, leather trim, power windows, rain sensors. ZGK-261. WAS $34,990.

Automatic, 46,052kms, 1 owner, full log book service history, cruise control, bluetooth, anti lock brakes, 8 airbags, CD player, tinted windows. S264AJL.

Automatic turbo diesel 4WD, 17” alloy wheels, climate control, 6 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. YQP-348.

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Automatic, 45,506km, air conditioning, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows, tinted windows. MCH-995.

Automatic turbo diesel, 7 seats, 17” alloy wheels, air conditioning, dual airbags, bluetooth, CD stacker, central locking, power windows, side steps. YCP-081. WAS $40,990.

6 speed automatic, ABS, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. XUA-309.

Automatic, 59,451km, 16” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. MCL-913.

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Automatic, 64,687km, 8 seats, turbo diesel, 16” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, climate control, tinted windows, dual airbags, CD player, central locking. XSP-141.

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Automatic turbo diesel, full workshop history, fog lights, parking distance control, 17” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, climate control, 6 airbags, CD stacker, central locking, cruise control. WVP-925.

Automatic, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, 8 airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. S407AHY.

Automatic, 48,431KMS, 18” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, 8 airbags, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, cruise control, power windows. YYT-855

Automatic, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, power steering, power windows. 680SCX.

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Automatic turbo diesel, 18” alloy wheels, anti lock brakes, air conditioning, 4 airbags, CD stacker, central locking, cruise control, EBD, power windows, side steps. 2FERAL.

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Warren Munro 0417 861 199

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Big 4.8L EFi 5 speed auto “new dual fuel system” lift kit suspension, The big dual cab with 3.0L turbo diesel, 5 speed manual, air, pwr steering, bull ba tow bar 7 se er rear air co itioner, leather t . YOJ-462. 2. central, locking, pwr windows, CD player, tow bar & hard cover. S177-ATH.



You won’t believe this 1 owner cruiser only 160,000 kms has to be seen to be appreciated with removable fibre glass roof, 6 seater, air, CD player & UHF radio. USX-230.



2.4L EFi, t-bar auto, air, power steering, power windows, cruise, central locking, beautifully maintained and only travelled 99,000kms. XMD-465.



Economical turbo diesel engine, t-bar auto, built september 2011 with balance of new car warranty only 37,000kms, window tint. YQO-181.


Hard to find wagon 1.8L EFi, t-bar auto, air, power steering, central locking, window tint. Only 90,000kms. XSL-762.



V6, sports auto, air conditioning, power steering, power windows, power mirrors, alloy wheels, tow bar, CD player, leather trim, 7 seater. XMA-769.


3.7L V6 sports auto “65th anniversary” alloy wheels, nudge bar, cruise control, power windows, power steering, power mirrors, alloy wheels, 1 owner. ULH-991.

Well after 31 years in the motor industry I have seen more change in peoples buying habits over the last 12 months than ever before. Over the last 8 years I have built a reputation for sourcing vehicles that tick all the boxes to suit clients needs. So if you can’t find the vehicle you want locally feel free to call in and discuss your needs and I will do my best to find your next vehicle.


The old unbreakable dual cab 2.8 diesel, 5 speed canopy, bull bar, tow bar, wide wheels, lift kit suspension, locally owned! XFS-027.


3.2L V6 4X2, 5 speed manual, air conditioning, pwr steering, central locking, pwr windows, roll bar, low kms, hard to find at this priice. WTJ-384.


Hard to find combo long wheel base hi roof turbo diesel manual, air conditioning, power steering, central locking, cargo barrier with rear step tow bar. S289-AOU.

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