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Start spreading the news - former MJ dancer and Grant High School student Matthew Cram is leaving on September 14 to continue pursuing his dancing dream. The 19 year old is New York bound after securing a merit scholarship for one of the United States’ most prestigious ballet school – the Joffrey Ballet School. The four year program starts with a nine month intensive training course
after which dancers can leave if they secure a professional position. Matthew is the first MJ dancer to secure a place in an international program and is the next step in a journey that first took him to Sydney. It was last year that Matthew, along with fellow MJ alumni Maddy Macera, took off to Sydney after securing a position in the newly established Jason Winters Contemporary Technique
course at Sydney’s famed Brent Street Studios. “That was a real eye opener, it was really hard,” Matthew said. “We were dancing from 8 till 5 which I loved. It took a while to get used to but now I really miss it and I can’t wait to get back to dancing every day.” Matthew graduated from that course, which was ballet and contemporary based, but until the Joffrey opportunity, the next chapter of his dancing career had eluded him eight months on from graduation. “I saw the scholarship on a dance website and thought I would go for it,” Matthew said. “I had refused to leave Sydney because I was so determined to make a go of my dancing.” Matthew had got down to the last round of casting for Moulin Rouge and Tokyo Disney but just where his dancing would lead next was still unclear until the scholarship discovery. A day long Sydney audition than included a ballet class, a contemporary audition and an interview saw Matthew secure the scholarship – he is one of five Australians heading to the Joffrey Ballet School this year. There was a month lag time between the audition and that all
important call to say he had been accepted. “Mum was with me when I got the call and she was just crying, she was so happy,” Matthew said. “My parents have been so supportive of me in pursuing this dream and it hasn’t been cheap and it hasn’t been easy but they have backed me the whole way to stick at it.” Now they will be farewelling their son, who is leaving for what is his first trip overseas. “So many people have said to me how brave I am to be doing this on my own
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but I haven’t even really thought about it,” Matthew said. “All I care about is this is the next big step in my career.” Working on his ballet is also a smart move – it is the technique basis for all dance and there will still be time for some contemporary work as well as classical in his time at Joffrey. When Matthew left for his Brent Street course in Sydney, he wanted to join a contemporary dance company and that is still the long term goal, although he is also seriously considering
spending some time on the cruise ship circuit to build up his finances. “You dance every day, you get to see the world and everyone I’ve talked to said it’s just a great lifestyle with good pay,” he said. But for now, Matthew, who spent seven years at Mount Gambier’s MJ Dance Studio, is setting himself for his New York adventure and working hard for at least nine months to continue his dance development. Courtesy of his work in national competitions
throughout his MJ career, Matt does know one fellow dancer and a teacher that currently live in New York, so while he will know no one at Joffrey, he will have a couple of familiar faces in his new home city. “Everyone will be in the same boat though and if it’s like the course in Sydney, we all just clicked and got along and looked after each other,” he said. Photos courtesy of Kurt Sneddon (Blueprint Studios).
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collaboration earns windfall
The success of Tenison Woods College’s ongoing partnership with Generations in Jazz Incorporated is being heard across Australia, with the school being announced last Tuesday as the winner of the newly introduced NAB Schools First Open Theme Impact Award. The school received $60,000 to be used to enhance music education through their partnership with Generations in Jazz Incorporated. They have also been shortlisted as one of only eight theme winners nationwide to now vye for the title of the 2013 NAB Schools First National Award, to be announced at a gala dinner in November. Principal David Mezinec said it was an incredible recognition for the success of the partnership, which was originally formed in
2007 in a bid to expand the music opportunities throughout the school and region. He said the genuine focus on music development had seen a significant increase in interest and participation at the college. The award-winning partnership was also behind the Generations in Jazz Academy launched in 2009, designed to bridge the gap between secondary and tertiary music education. Backed by patron, world renowned jazz musician, James Morrison, the academy is the only specialised program of its kind on offer in Australia catering for aspiring musicians under the mentoring of respected musician, Graeme Lyall AM. The program, only on offer for 17 students from across the nation, provides a unique gateway to enable
the students to continue with tertiary music studies or launch their career as a professional musician. Mr Mezinec said the NAB award recognised the contributions of those who had worked tirelessly over the years to support music education in the school and local community. “The college’s significant partnership with Generations in Jazz Incorporated has meant that we have been able to offer a course of international standard, attracting students from across Australia,” he said. “Since its inception, those students fortunate to be part of the GIJ Academy have benefited not only from expert tuition in jazz musicianship and preparation for the music industry, but have also involved themselves in the school and local community in a variety of significant ways, and acted
as outstanding leaders for younger students across the region.” Mr Mezinec said the prize money would go a long way to complementing the resources at Tenison Woods College, ensuring students enjoyed the most contemporary music education and performance opportunities. He said in partnership with Generations in Jazz Incorporated, the college planned to support music education in other schools to ensure the region continued to be a leader in music development and jazz music education. “The prize money will complement the Generations in Jazz Academy Eastern States Tour, and I am also excited about the possibilities of a Generations in Jazz Academy Tour through central Australia, which will offer rural and remote communities the opportunity of experiencing high calibre music experiences and Jazz music education,” Mr Mezinec said. Above (top right) - Generations in Jazz Academy Director, Graeme Lyall; Tenison Woods College Head of Music, Beth Creedy; GIJ Academy student Christopher Ryan; and Tenison Woods College Principal David Mezinec celebrate the school’s success in winning NAB Schools First ‘Open Theme Impact Award. Above (left) - Tenison Woods College’s focus on music development begins from an early age. Pictured are students (from left) Ryan Thompson, Taylor Pearson, Bella Stratford and Breydon Verryt-Reid performing at the Junior School ‘Changing Tunes’ Music Concert.
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project in the spotlight
Glenelg Shire Council has resolved to seek funding for a Strategic Assessment Plan for the proposed Casterton Kelpie Interpretive Centre. The Strategic Assessment Plan will be used to translate the concept for the centre into a project plan that will take into account business and community needs. Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr Karen Stephens said that it was an important step forward in the planning for the proposed centre. “There are many potential community benefits of the Casterton Kelpie Interpretive Centre, including the opportunity to create a new focal point for the town’s heritage, which may also become a tourist attraction for the region,” Cr Stephens said. “At the August council meeting, Council resolved to submit a funding application to Regional Development Victoria from the ‘Putting
Local First Program. “The application will seek a $30,000 grant to fund the Casterton Kelpie Interpretive Centre Strategic Assessment Plan. “The aim of the plan is to provide a guide for future activities and to provide Council with a firm, fair and equitable basis for decision making.” Council recently acquired land at 47 Railway Precinct, Casterton, with this land intended to be used as a location for the centre. With this acquisition council is now able to start planning for the development of the centre. If successful in its funding application, council has also proposed to contribute $10,000 to the creation of the Casterton Kelpie Interpretive Centre Strategic Assessment Plan.
just misses out on top honour The Mount Gambier City Band returned from a very successful State Band Championships with two solo championship medals, and finishing second in their grade by
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the narrowest of margins, a mere half a point. In the solo championships Evelyn Wood finished first in the under 19 novice event and second in the junior tenor trombone section. James Owen walked away victorious in the junior snare drum section with an exceptionally high score. Months of hard work by players and conductor Jarrod Harrison was rewarded with the band receiving the highest score for the test piece, two points ahead of the other bands. The Mount Gambier City Band were a point or two short in the hymn and stage march with eventual winners Salisbury City Band receiving the necessary points in these sections. Unfortunately organisers were forced to cancel the Parade of Bands event due to the wet condition of the oval venue, thus robbing Mount Gambier City Band Drum Major Carol Megaw of the chance to take the band to marching victory in her 25th year at the helm. However, Carol was on hand to stir the band into action for the Stage Contest. The Mount Gambier City band will now look towards the local Lion’s Club Blue Lake Festival on November 16 and the Limestone Coast Tattoo on November 30.
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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 • Large bathroom with separate shower and spa bath
13 Gaden Street EXPLORE THE BENEFITS • Solid brick and stone 3 bedroom home in the NW of the city • Facing the North with great views across the countryside • Extremely well presented with good space this home has lots to oﬀer • New kitchen and stove with dining area & BI dishwasher • Formal lounge with split system R/C air condi oning plus gas log fire and BI’s
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• This property is situated in a high profile loca on oﬀering views to the Tower • Wide passage with oﬃce space and high ceilings • Master & 2nd bedroom with full length BI robes • 3 bedroom or sleepout at the rear • Spacious lounge with gas hea ng • Original eat-in kitchen with WI pantry and appliance nook
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Lot 9 Neil Black Street Mount Gambier
36 Harrald Street Mount Gambier
• Under instructions from the Public Trustee • Auctioned on site 04/10/2013 at 12 noon unless sold beforehand. Two bedroom stone home centrally located in Mount Gambier. Possible residential development site • Would suit block of units, houses or retirement village. STCA • Large elevated allotment of approx. 2.47 acres
Lot 22 Leggett Road Mount Gambier
• This beautiful block of land is one of the last vacant blocks in Worrolong. It has been fenced into 4 paddocks with a total land size of 1.911 hectares.
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• The sandy soil and sheltered belts along the boundaries make this an ideal buy for anyone.
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• Four bedrooms plus office or fifth bedroom • Three of the bedrooms have built in robes • Good size lounge room with gas fire off • Open plan kitchen / dining plus extra living room kitchen. Double length carport with auto door and internal access - Single garage
15 Victor Street Mount Gambier
5 Frewville Place Mount Gambier
• Solid stone extra length garage, 2 separate rooms to the rear & a workshop/storage area.
• Compact allotment of 586m2 • Longer term opportunity to redevelop • Attached Carport
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• This beautifully designed 3 level home is constructed with quality finishes throughout • Take advantage of the sunny northern aspect with spectacular views over the city • An impressive lounge room, kitchen/dining with access to external deck.
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39 Oldbridge Road Nelson
combustion wood heater.
• Lovely home consisting of 2 main bedrooms, 3rd bedroom with study den. All with built-ins. • Open plan kitchen, dining, lounge room with slow • Gas stove and hot water service. Out side shedding with built in bar for entertaining.
UNDER $200,000 COTTAGE
GORGEUS 1ST HOME
• Frontage of approx 32m & area of approx 1250m2. lar • This elevated building allotment enjoys spectacu views to the Glenelg river estuary & southern ocean. • SPECTACULAR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT & A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE AN ALLOTMENT TO BUILD A RETIREMENT OR HOLIDAY HOME.
FOUR BEDROOM HOME WITH GREAT SHEDS
1 4 Lot 5 Carpenter Rocks Road Carpenter Rocks
• Four bedrooms - all with B.I.R. Open plan kitchen/dining + • Formal lounge room + games room with s/c wood fire bar. Large rear entertaining area • 5000 Gal rain water plus bore for toilet & garden • 2 bay stone shed with power, concrete floor & auto door • 9m x 7m Colorbond shed with power, concrete floor
1 Sea Parade Port MacDonnell
• One of the best addresses on the sea front • Superb views of the coast, jetty and boat fleet • 1st level includes shower, toilet, laundry and gas • Able to accommodate at least 3 cars • Large allotment with access from 2 streets • Endless Potential
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GREAT CORNER LOCATION NEAR SHOPS & SCHOOL
4 Moten Street Mount Gambier • • • • • •
Home on corner allotment Only minutes from shops & school. ) Scope for sub division (subject to council approval Spacious lounge room with gas heating. Single car garage plus garden shed Ideal for the 1st home buyer or investor.
9 Stuart Court
77 Wireless Road West
5 Smith Street
BE THE VERY FIRST TO LIVE HERE Simply stunning with no expense spared. You will just adore what this home has on offer. Comprising of 4 bedrooms. The master bedroom has wall to wall built in robes, as well as a walk in robe, with a separate toilet. And an ensuite with double vanity and double shower. 2 of the remaining bedrooms have walk in robes. The gourmet kitchen features an elegant 2 pak finish, granite benchtops, and an enormous walk in pantry. Located off the dining area is the spacious family room with an ornate bay window feature. Kids are well taken care of, with a large rumpus room, ideal as a games or theatre room opening on too the North facing alfresco area. Rich 14mm solid Jarrah flooring is laid through the high traffic areas of the home. Ducted heating throughout, and data cabling at every tv point, there’s really not much else you could want. Vehicle access is available to the rear yard with ample space for extra shedding. Landscaping will be provided by the Vendor prior to settlement.
32 Hastings Avenue
8 Sunnyside Drive
OPEN SATURDAY 10.45-11.15am
OPEN SATURDAY 11.45-12.15pm
A LITTLE RIPPER Well presented 3 bedroom stone home in excellent condition. Neat eat in kitchen, with gas cooking. Spacious lounge with gas heating. 2 bedrooms with ceiling fans. Good size rear yard with vehicle access. Funky feature walls. There’s plenty to love about this bargain. Close to TAFE.
IT WILL MAKE EVERYONE HAPPY Huge four bedroom brick/ solid family home on large allotment. Separate lounge and office/ games room. Large kitchen and separate dining area. Updated bathroom. New floor coverings & floor tiles throughout. Free standing s/c heating and ducted a/c. Double carport and double garage UMR with direct access to kitchen + rear roller door. Two garages in rear yard and much more.
11 Woodcrest Close
3/41 Sutton Avenue
OPEN SATURDAY 10.00-10.30am 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.
31 Sutton Avenue
STAR IN YOUR OWN “HOUSE RULES” Solid Mt Gambier stone home, comprising of up to 3 bedrooms. Built in robes in bedrooms 1 and 2. Large lounge with wood heating. Modern renovated bathroom. Spacious eat in kitchen/dining with electric cooking. Separate toilet. The bathroom shows you just how well this solid as a rock home can look. Add your own taste here and reap the rewards. Stone shedding and a nice deep block measuring approx. 991m2.
30 Umpherston Street
SITTING HIGH IN THE LAKES AREA Enjoy the city view from the renovated 2 storey home. Ground floor has 2 double size bedrooms, both with BIR’s. Plus a small living area. Second bathroom and laundry combined. Under stairs storage. Double garage with internal access, with a workshop + a gabled carport. Open plan living on the first floor comprising of a stunning kitchen with smeg appliances and stone bench tops. The main bedroom is also located on the first floor with loads of BIR’s, a luxury ensuite and an office. Enjoy a wine on the top balcony while soaking up the superb views of the city.
12 Jardine Street
BREAD & BUTTER INVESTMENT Two bedroom brick unit. Only four units in the complex, convenient location within city. Good size bedrooms, both carpeted. Open living with large dine in kitchen and carpeted lounge. Bathroom with toilet, shower and vanity. Small enclosed rear yard. Sealed driveway.
1 Anniefield Lane
CHARM & MODERN CONVENIENCE
NUMBER ONE - IN SO MANY WAYS
Beautifully restored character home. Leadlight, marble fireplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large office. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Cellar. Stone garage would fit 4 cars.
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.
2B / 2 Clezy Crescent
1 Rymill Place
10 Millard Street, Donovans
INVESTORS - PLACE THIS ONE ON YOUR LIST Generous stone home set on corner courtyard allotment. Three good size bedrooms. Large lounge with free standing gas heater + separate dining room. Dishwasher, electric hot plates & wall oven, double sink all in well appointed kitchen. Garage with remote roller door & internal access. Outside store room. Currently tenanted at $205pw until 5/10/2013.
58 Cardinia Street
SUPRISINGLY SPACIOUS 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.
Art deco style 3 bedroom home of stone construction. Cosy lounge with split system reverse cycle heating/ cooling. Open kitchen/dine with electric stove and ample cupboards. Bonus rear sunroom/studio under the main roof. Quirky features throughout. Vehicle access to rear yard and stone shed. Large allotment with ability to subdivide STCC. Currently tenanted at $210 per week
2B MERCEDES COURT Modern, Low Maintenance and Immaculate. Groovy 3 bedroom homette located in a quiet group of only 3. 3 bedrooms, with built in robes in 2. Direct access from the main bedroom to the 3 way bathroom. Spacious kitchen/ dining with stainless steel gas cook top, elect oven and d/washer. Good size lounge room. Fantastic outdoor entertaining with a pergola & small lawn area.
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
DREAMY DAYS AT THE RIVER
2/151 Commercial St West - 2 bedrm unit both w/ BIR’S. Kitch w/ gas cooking. Split system/c heating/cooling in dining room. Gas heating in lounge. Single garage w/ remote roller door. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $250 p/wk. 7 Shaughnessy Ct - 3 bedrm home. Main w/WIR & ensuite, remaining bedrms w/BIR’s. Gas ducted heating throughout. Kitch w/dishwasher. Single garage. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $290 p/wk 18 Patricia Crt - Modern 3 bedrm, 2 bathrm home. Close to Marketplace & hospital. Main bedrm w/ WIR, remaining bedrms w/ BIR’s. Double garage UMR. Avail Now @ $300 p/wk 6 Shiloh Ct - 4 bedrm home, main bedrm w/WIR + ensuite, 2 bedrms w/BIR’s. 2 living areas. R/C air con + log fire. Double remote garage. Small pets on application. Avail for periodic lease only. Avail 10/9/13 @ $305 p/wk
32 Hastings Ave - 4 bedrm modern home. Main bedrm w/ WIR + ensuite. 2 bedrms w/ BIR. Kitch w/ dishwasher, wall oven and hot plates. Double remote garage UMR w/ rear yard access to single garage. Avail Now @ $320 p/wk 16 Shaughnessy Crt - 4 bedrms all w/ BIR’s. 2 bathrooms. Open plan family/ dining & kitchen. Large rumpus room. Timber kitch w/ Gas hot plates + dishwasher. Ducted gas heating & s/s a/c. Double garage, workshop + carport. Outside pets on app. Avail Now @ $320 p/wk 40 Wehl St Nrth - 4 bedrm home, main w/WIR, 2 w/ BIR’s. Open plan Kitch/Dine/Lounge area. Kitch w/ dishwasher. Seperate sleep out. Double carport. Avail 16/9/13 @ $320 p/wk
Picture perfect brick home. Massive lounge with built in bar, room enough for lounge suite & 8 Ball table. Slow combustion heating + R/C A/C. Three bedrooms all with built ins. Generous dining area + well appointed kitchen with gas hot plates. Corner spa and separate shower in bathroom + separate toilet. Paved driveway to double garage. $7,500 Purchaser incentive - conditions apply.
RENTALS Storage Shed - 4A Anderson St. Avail 12/09/13 @ $50 p/wk 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 1/218 Commercial St West - 3 bedrm house short walk to main street. Compact kitchen/dining. Seperate lounge. Low maintenance yard. Sorry no pets. Avail 3/9/13 @ $170 p/wk 2 Derwent Crt - Easy maintenance 3 bedrm home. R/C air con + gas heating. Main bedrm w/WIR other 2 w/ BIR’s. Double garage + extra parking. Park just accross the road. Avail 9/10/13 @ $230 p/wk 5A Jubilee Hwy West - 2 bedrm unit in Finchley Grove. Electric s/s appliances in the kitchen. BIR’s w/gas cooking. Split system/c heating/cooling in dining room. Gas heating in lounge. Single garage w/internal access. Outdoor Entertaining. Avail Now @ $240 p/wk
SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438
I Lisa Yeates 08 8725 4225
RECEPTION Rhea Penafiel 08 8725 4225
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08 8723 0633 16 Kywong Court, Mt Gambier
13 Old Kent Court, Mount Gambier $284,000
OPEN SUN SEPT 8 10.30-10.50am
OPEN SUN SEPT 8 11.00-11.20am
• 4 bedrooms all with robes • Ornate cornice & ceiling roses in master bedroom & living areas • Spacious formal lounge • Lovely open plan kitchen/meals/family WEB Id. 5457465 4 2 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
• 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
17 Bertha Street and 12-14 George Street, Mount Gambier
20 Turnbull Drive, Mt Gambier
11 Howland Street, Mt Gambier
OPEN SUN SEPT 8 12.15-12.45pm • 4 spacious bedrooms • Massive open plan living with lovely outlook • 2 designer bathrooms • Separate office • 4 car garage UMR WEB Id. 5469986 4 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
30 Eglington Terrace, Mt Gambier
OPEN SUN SEPT 8 11.30-12.00pm
• 4 Bedrooms3 with robes • Formal lounge with reverse-cycle air and slow combustion heating • Upstairs kitchenette and large family room • 3 Toilets WEB Id. 5237084 5 2 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
145 O’Neil Road, Worrolong
Highest & Best Offers by 12 noon on 13/09/2013
OPEN ALL WEEKEND BY APPOINTMENT • • • • •
37.41m Bertha Street frontage 3 1 1 31.86m George Street frontage 3 bedroom character stone home 2 x 2 bedroom villa style maisonettes Large parcel of land within walking distance to main city centre. WEB Id. 5623235 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
5 Pinecrest Court, Mount Gambier
• Subdivision potential STCC 2 2 • Highest and best offers by 12 noon on 13th September 2013
2/24 Powell Street, Mount Gambier $215,000
NEW OPEN SAT SEPT 7 10.00-10.30am
• Recently renovated • 3 Bedrooms 1 with robes • Remote Carport plus new colour bond garage • Stunning rear private decked patio • Beautifully land scaped gardens WEB Id. 5292594 3 1 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
Elders has just listed for sale this lovely solid brick Family home ideal for the growing family. The home consists of 3 Bedrooms plus study, formal sunken lounge, formal dining area and an open plan kitchen meals family area. The kitchen is solid Tassie oak and boasts wi pantry. Both WEB Id. 5235386 4 3 6 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
17 Longmire Tce, Mount Gambier
691 Nelson Road, OB Flat
NEW OPEN SAT SEPT 7 10.45-11.15am
OPEN SAT SEPT 7 11.30-12.00pm
• Built by Mt Gambier City Lions Club for fundraiser • Large 4-5 bedroom family home on 756sqm allotment • Formal lounge & family room & separate dining • Stylish soft floor coverings & curtains WEB Id. 5591764 4-5 2 2 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410
IT WON’T LAST LONG CALL TODAY • Solid brick & stone home unit • R/C air conditioning in lounge with brick feature wall • Stylish kitchen with under bench electric oven and hot plate
MAKE THIS YOUR TOP PRIORITY • 3 Bedroom brick family home • 3 Large living areas • Master with bay window, ensuite & WIR • Stylish homely kitchen, dining & family room
WEB Id. 5638464 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410
WEB Id. 5638581 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410
538 Worrolong Road, Worrolong
16 Olinda Court
3 ACRES APPROX. • Large solid stone family home • 3 to 4 bedrooms with gas heating • Huge lounge room with polished timber floor • Games room or family room • Renovated stunning bathroom WEB Id. 5343420 2 HEAPS Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410 3-4
AUCTION UNLESS SOLD PRIOR Saturday 28th of September 2013 @ 11am on the property
RURAL LIFESTYLE 333 HINTON ROAD SUTTONTOWN
• Small transportable home • Open plan lounge & dining • Slow combustion wood heater & air con • Small gallery kitchen with electric cooking • Large GI Shed and smaller sheds WEB Id. 5613967 3 1 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410
7 Tolmie Street, Mt Gambier
• 2 bedroom compact homette • Quiet cul-de-sac next to parkland • Open plan lounge, dining and galley kitchen • Large master bedroom with mirrored robes • Bathroom with separate bath and shower recess • Small garden with fern house WEB Id. 5696862 2 1 1 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410
4 Calvary Court, Mt Gambier
• Premises approximately 160m2 plus mezzanine floor. • High clearance double access roller doors of 4.1m clearance. • Stone workshop with rear access on allotment of approximately 567m2 plus Right of Way. • 3 phase power, pit & ablutions & office area. WEB Id. 5338142 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882
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6 ½ acre lifestyle property featuring a brick & Tile three bedroom home with an additional detached bedroom. Renovated kitchen. Appealing North facing outside entertaining area, 3 phase power, workshop and extra shedding. ½ km to the school bus – vendors moving and keen for an offer. Property open for inspection this Saturday: 11.00 to 11.30am Bruce Auld 0428 849 882 email@example.com
OPEN SAT SEPT 7 12.15-12.45pm
NEW BARGAIN 10 ACRES
• Huge allotment size 1258sq • Outstanding floor plan with display niches • Large 3 bay shed plus plenty of room for all the toys • 4 good size bedrooms with robes • Fully built in study/home office WEB Id. 5679514 4 2 5 Charmaine Russel 0407 268 098
33 Lake Terrace East 3br 2 bath 2 car
$300pw avail now
16 Mawson Avenue 3br 1 bath 1 car
$270pw avail now
To arrange an inspection of any of the above properties phone Annette McLaughlin on 8723 0633.
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4 Venice Court, Mount Gambier
58 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier $299,000
W SE NE EA L RE
2 Carapook Street, Mount Gambier $235,000
OPEN SAT 12.15-12.45pm
OPEN SAT 10.45-11.15am
MAKE YOUR DREAM A REALITY Deceptively large 4BR home, offering everything you need for the growing family. On entering the home, you’ll be impressed by the low maintenance tiled floors, which lead from the separate formal lounge to the well appointed open plan living area, offering ducted gas heating, designer kitchen with gas/elect cooking & dishwasher plus large family room with r/c air conditioning. The spacious master bedroom, situated at the front of the home, offers bay window, WIR & en-suite. Three other bedrooms (all with BIR) are located at the rear of the home, with convenient central bathroom, including spa bath. Outside features include, remote dbl garage UMR with internal access, detached 9m x 6m shed, low maintenance gardens with watering system, entertainer’s pergola with BI BBQ, bar & pizza oven providing an ideal outdoor entertaining area for family & guests. An exceptional property, this could be your dream home.
• Unique, solid brick, split level home on large allotment of 1000m2 with panoramic city views • Recently renovated throughout,huge open plan living with raked ceiling, floating f/boards, s/c heating & r/c a/c • Versatile floorplan allows for 3BR & 3 spacious living areas, or up to 5BR 5 2 5 • Excellent shedding
• 3BR renovated Mt Gambier stone home on corner of Fairlie St & Carapook St • Country kitchen with new gas cooking, dining with fireplace, spacious lounge with gas heating • Converted garage to studio/music room with A/C (ideal for home office), paved 3 1 u/cover pergola & decking
201 Wynham Road, Moorak
19 Betula Road, Mount Gambier $515,000
W SE NE EA L RE
W SE NE EA L RE
OPEN SUN 1.00-1.30pm
OPEN SAT 11.30-12noon
• Solid brick 4BR colonial home on easily maintained 5257m2 allotment with sweeping views • 9ft ceilings with ornate ceiling roses & cornices, two pack kitchen with Caesar stone benches, double oven, elec cooking & d/washer, casual dining/family & formal lounge • Remote double garage UMR, 7,000 gallon r/water & townwater complete the property 4 2 2
• Immaculately presented, 3BR (plus study) solid brick family home • Brand new kitchen with elec cooking, twin drawer d/washer & large isl bench, 3 spacious living areas incl large family room with exposed beams, built-in bar & s/c heating • Single garage UMR & double carport. 4 2 3
24 & 26 Queens Avenue, Mount Gambier $259,000 W SE NE EA L RE
1/2 Davison Street, Mount Gambier $165,000 W SE NE EA L RE
1 Cockburn Street, Mount Gambier $189,000 W SE NE EA L RE
91 Jubilee Highway East, Mt Gambier $165,000
• 2 Homes, 1 Allotment, combined rental return $282/week • Perfect investment property located adjacent to new subdivision • 2 Mt Gambier stone duplex homes situated on one corner allotment of approx. 1389m2 • This property presents a fantastic opportunity to purchase now, rent out and develop later 6 2
• If you’re after a unit in a central location, you won’t find better than this • Freshly painted interior, new floor coverings, 2 queen size bedrooms, spacious lounge with r/c a/c, kitchen/dining with elec cooking • Single carport UMR • Well suited to downsizing or 2 1 1 investment, only 2 units in Strata
• Inviting 3BR stone home with huge 4 bay carport plus detached 3 bay garage with concrete, power & pit • Open plan family/dining area with s/c wood heating, adjoining lounge with gas heating, modern kitchen with new gas cooking • A fantastic opportunity to enter the property market as a first home buyer or investor 3 1 7 • Don’t delay, enquire today!
• 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
8 Gordon Street, Mount Gambier
2 Hirth Street, Mount Gambier
7 Comaum Avenue, Mount Gambier
W SE NE EA L RE
$7,500 CASHBACK TO PURCHASER • 3BR Mt Gambier stone home on corner allot. close to the city & schools • Spacious updated kitchen offers elec. cooking & pantry • Light-filled rumpus room & excellent undercover areas • Dble stone garage with low maintenance lawns & gardens • Currently leased @ $220/wk 3 1 2 until Nov 2013
• Solid brick & tile home in great location with elevated views • Open plan kitchen/dining with elec cooking, b/fast bar, new r/c air-conditioning & lounge with gas log fire • Rumpus room with built-in bar & eightball table • Single garage UMR with remote 3 1 3 plus a double carport
2 Burdikin Avenue, Mount Gambier $225,000
15 Sharley Avenue, Mount Gambier $199,000
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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
• Spacious & affordable family home close to the Mt Gambier Hospital & new Marketplace • BIR’s in all bedrooms, Master bedroom with ensuite • 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 3 2 children or pets
ONE OF A KIND Architecturally designed, spacious 4BR family home in a quiet residential area, opposite a large reserve. Stunning features throughout include 100 year old carved cedar staircase & timberwork, leadlight doors, 3 living areas, gas & s/c heating, sunken dining, solid timber kitchen with d/washer, elec & gas cooking. The upper level consists of a resort style master suite with striking marble tiled ensuite and french doors opening onto a private balcony, 3 further large bedrooms with BIRs & a central bathroom with corner spa, shower & sep toilet. The 1017m2 allotment is beautifully landscaped, with a private patio, secure rear yard & watering system. Remote double garage UMR with internal access plus workshop with extra storage. An impressive residence - book your private inspection to fully appreciate.
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1 Highland Drive, Mount Gambier $329,000
1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier
10 Heathfield Way, Mount Gambier $325,000
17 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier $559,000
• Located amongst quality homes on corner allotment • Formal lounge with bay window, open plan living with gas ducted heating, plus huge u/cover pergola • Immaculate 2pak kitchen with b/fast bar, elec cooking, plus abundant cupboard space • Remote dble garage, 2 2 plus 2nd d/way & rear yard access 3
• 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 4 st access from Jardine & Mitchell St 4
• Spacious 4BR, 2 Bath family home on corner allotment in Montebello area • Tas Oak kitchen featuring b/fast bar, elec cooking & walk-in pantry, open plan dining/family with low maintenance tiles & s/c heating, separate formal lounge • Double garage UMR & convenient access to enclosed rear yard 4 2 2
• 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
7 Thompson Court, Moorak
68 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier $499,000
19 DeGaris Street, Mount Gambier $639,000
11 Thompson Court, Moorak
• Luxurious 2-storey family home with lovely rural ambience • Upper level - 4BR, including master with WIR & lavish ensuite • Lower level - stylish kitchen overlooking spacious open plan living & pergola, 3rd living & study • 5th BR or Guest room with ensuite • Huge dble garage UMR plus extra 5 3 5 shedding for caravan or boat
• 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
• A masterpiece of luxury living – 2 storey display home with spectacular views, built by HIA award winning builder, Argent Constructions • No expense has been spared, offering Caesar Stone benches, Smeg appliances, butler’s pantry, handcrafter jarrah doors, A-Bus s/s & more 3 2 2 • In conjunction with SAL
• Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen • Excellent shedding - dble garage 4 2 6 UMR & 15x9m c/bond shed
1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong
24 Yahl Main Road, Yahl
87 Cram Road, Glencoe 37 ES R AC
306 The Springs Road, Glencoe
• 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
• 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
6174 Casterton Road, Mount Gambier $560,000
173 Uphills Road, Kongorong 14 ES R AC
• Magnificent lifestyle property on 7.5 Acres • Surrounding views of indoor pool, 3 living areas, 5BR (all with BIRS), dedicated study, 3 bathrooms • Detached 2BR self contained unit provides separate living • Excellent shedding incl dble garage UMR, 7Bay shed & more 3 8 • In conjunction with Gebhardts 5
• 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
15 Millard Street, Donovan’s
W SE NE EA L RE
D L O S allotment • Rev cycle A/C, S/C heating, two r/water tanks & equipped bore • Elevated views of the township & just a short walk to the river • Owen Pettingill - Licensed Agent. 3 1 2
W SE NE EA L RE
• 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
• Brick & timber family home on 2 titles of approx. 13 Acres • Open plan living with high raked ceilings & sep family room • Fenced into 3 paddocks with 5 bay & 3 bay sheds • Rainwater connected plus 2 bores
286 Lange Road, Yahl
148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 ES R AC
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• 3BR brick family home nestled on 31 Acres at Yahl • 3 large storage sheds, plus 2 large machinery sheds • Large equipped irrigation bore with option to purchase 5haIE water licence • Fenced into 2 main paddocks, offering a number of possibilities
73 & 74 Holloway Street, Donovans $67,000 WE NERIC P
• Riverside retreat - a fantastic opportunity in the popular river township of Donovan’s • 2 Storey home (in need of repair) plus DBL car garage • 750m2 corner block with power & equipped bore • Perfectly positioned close LAND to the river
• Quiet cul-de-sac in Holloway Street, situated near the Glenelg river. • Bitumen road frontage & power connected • Build your dream home or holiday retreat and relax by the river • Lot 71 1397m2 SOLD, Lot 72 1397m2 SOLD Lot 73 1283m2 approx, Lot 74 1297m2 approx LAND
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• 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
COASTAL / RIVER PROPERTIES Lot 71-74 Holloway St, Donovans 1297m2 – 1397m2 From $67,000 Lot 75 Holloway St, Donovans 2 1 2 $239,500 Lot 72 Eight Mile Creek Road 6592m2 $230,000 Lot 33 Elliott St, Pt MacDonnell 615m2 $85,000 5 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay 2 1 3 $195,000 24 Compton St, Pt MacDonnell 2 1 1 $149,000 4 Springs Rd,Pt MacDonnell 2 2 4 $249,000 10 Saunders Rd, Blackfellows Caves 4 2 2 $325,000 24 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves 3 2 6 $480,000 138 Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell 4 2 2 $559,000 86 Meylin St, Pt MacDonnell 6 3 3 $560,000 7 Sydney Street, Nelson 3 2 6 $550,000 Owen Pettingill - Licenced Agent
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The Tenison Woods College Titans Open Boys Basketball Team has come within 11 points of winning the 2013 SSSSA State Basketball Championships. Held in Adelaide earlier this month, the boys finished runners up in the State in the Open Boys Basketball Pool A Division after going down in the grand final to metropolitan basketball powerhouse Concordia College. Titans Academy head coach Matthew Paton said it was an impressive display by the young Titans, with the team being one of the youngest at the tournament. “The success of our boys ensures the future certainly looks bright for the Titans basketball program in the years to come,” coach Paton said. The team comprised of Kane de Wit, Jed Telfer, Matthew Parslow, Todd Lockwood, Aidan Schulz, Stephen Sochacki, Brad Rathjen, Sam Stafford, Cameron
history display Until October 15 - Souvenir - PORTLAND MARITIME DISCOVERY CENTRE Postcards and souvenirs from Portland dating from the late 19th century to the 1970s come together in this exhibition from the Glenelg Shire Council Cultural Collection. The postcards show the changing face of Portland in the 20th century through a series of postcards of the foreshore, harbour, streetscapes, hotels and churches.
Millard, Luke Black and Brad Close. The boys secured their berth at the championships after comfortably winning through the regional round in Mount Gambier in the first week of term, defeating Mount Gambier, Naracoorte, Millicent and Bordertown High Schools. Facing off against the larger schools from the Adelaide metropolitan area, the Titans were the only undefeated team in the tournament during the preliminary rounds of the championship, defeating Christian Brothers College 38-34, Unley High 48-42 and
Adelaide High 38-36. Coach Paton said after securing the top seeding for the semi-finals, the Titans had to play Adelaide High (4th seed) yet again, this time dispatching the Adelaide boys 57-41 in a dominant display from start to finish. This meant the team had earned a spot in the grand final against four-time defending champions Concordia College. “Unfortunately though, the rigour of five games in one day proved too much for the boys and they fell just short of ultimate success, losing to
Concordia 45-56,” he said. “The Titans fought gallantly all day and the runner-up finish created school history as the first time that Tenison Woods College had made a championship game in Open Boys Basketball Pool A.” Above - Back row: Kane de Wit, Jed Telfer, Matthew Parslow, Todd Lockwood, Aidan Schulz, and Stephen Sochacki. Front row: Brad Rathjen, Sam Stafford, Cameron Millard, Luke Black and Brad Close.
at the theatre September 11 Chet Baker Show – Like Someone in Love HAMILTON PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, HAMILTON In this thrilling, dark theatrical performance, David Goldthorpe explores both the haunting, unforgettable music that made Baker famous and the visceral, selfdestruction that made him infamous. He takes the audience on a gripping ride through the highs and lows of Baker’s life, interspersing the dialogue with expertly arranged Baker classics under the musical direction of Tim Solly and performed with a full live band. The theatre show is followed by a jazz concert featuring Goldthorpe’s refreshing take on Baker’s unique style of both singing and playing. A complete and satisfying night out for lovers of theatre and jazz alike.
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make-a-wish fundraiser September 13 - Make-A-Wish Quiz Night - Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowling Club Put a table together for a fun filled night and at the same time you will be helping a very worthwhile cause. For further information regarding the event, or if you are simply wanting to donate, or become a volunteer please call Julia on (08)8725 0035 or Brian (08)8723 2353.
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1. What year were the clubs St. Kilda and Essendon formed? 2. Who won the premiership of 1980? 3. Who was famously titled Mr. Football? 4. What year did the Adelaide Crows join the AFL?
Nicole Smith has been a part of the Portland retail landscape for 25 years. And she brings that experience, which includes a four year apprenticeship in apparel cutting and design, when she left school, through to clocking up 11 years in the footwear industry, to her latest venture - opening the doors of her own business. “The timing was perfect with my kids being a good age and my daughters being able to help out in the store,” Nicole said. The Shoe Cove, at 85 Percy Street, Portland, was unveiled this week. It is a family business focussed on providing
footwear solutions for every member of your family. Nicole’s daughters Teisha and Shae will work side by side with their mother with Portland’s newest shoe outlet set to make customer service its number one priority. “Customer service has always been so important to me,” Nicole said. “Being friendly, being helpful and just making sure the customer has the best possible experience and ends up with exactly what they needed.” Nicole is looking to achieve that perfect balance between comfort and style and quality and affordability and that is what The Shoe Cove is all about. From men’s shoes to ladies fashion to
Portland’s largest range of children’s school shoes, The Shoe Cove aims to cater for all the family and to always do it with a smile and expert advice. “I love that all the stores in Portland are unique, individually operated businesses,” Nicole said. “We don’t have any chain stores so we all have our own strengths and complement each other.” So come for a drive to Portland and check out all the unique retail outlets, including The Shoe Cove at 85 Percy Street, Portland. Above - Nicole Smith with her daughters Shae (left) and Teisha.
5. There have being three drawns Grand Finals in AFL history. When were they? 6. Where have almost all AFL Grand Finals being played?
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10. Which team played North Melbourne and was considered to have the greatest ever come back in AFL history - it was in 2001 and the deficit was as much as 69 points? 1. 1873 2. Richmond 3. Ted Whitten 4. 1991 5. 1948, 1977, 2010 6. The MCG 7. Geelong (3) 8. The Melbourne Cricket Ground 9. Collingwood 10. Essendon
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tempt the tastebuds Braised Chicken with Spinach & Lentils 1 1/2 tbs olive oil; 4 x 170g chicken breast fillets, cut into 3cm cubes; 1 red onion, finely chopped; 1 celery stalk, finely chopped, plus 1 tbs chopped celery leaves; 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 2 tsp chopped thyme leaves; 1 cup (250ml) salt-reduced chicken stock; 120g baby spinach leaves; 2 x 400g cans brown lentils, rinsed, drained 4 crusty bread rolls, to serve Method Heat oil in a deep frypan over mediumhigh heat. In 2 batches, add chicken and brown all over for 3-4 minutes. Remove from the pan and set aside. Reduce heat to medium, add onion, celery stalk,
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garlic and thyme, then season. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring, until vegetables soften. Return chicken to pan with stock, bring to the boil, then cover and simmer over low heat for 10 minutes or until chicken is cooked. Stir in spinach, celery leaves and lentils, then cook for 3-4 minutes until spinach is wilted and lentils are warmed through. Serve with crusty bread.
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Pisces You really need to stop always being the one who compromises in your close relationships, both pofessionally and personally, as it is starting to see you build up resentment towards those that never give an inch to you. Stop trying to please everyone all the time - it’s exhausting and impossible. Aries You might be dying to get a personal secret off your chest but please, please, don’t choose a work colleague as your confidante. The last thing you need is for your personal issues to be the talk of the office. Find someone completely removed from the situation or just keep a diary and write your thoughts down. Taurus Be on high alert for some less than genuine friends that could try and talk you into doing something selfish that you will regret. If you’ve committed to something important just stick to your guns. Gemini Brace yourself for one of those work situations where a colleague leaves you with a difficult project and no real guidelines. Just take a breath and remember winging things and getting the job done are your forte. Cancer There is nothing wrong with getting in touch with your spiritual side but beware someone who will try and get quite close to you and use their charms to do so. Listen to the message but beware the intentions. Leo Things are going to get a little sticky on the personal front and someone sticks their nose into your business and discovers a secret you’ve been harbouring. Things will get a little embarrassing but honesty will still be the best policy so stick to the truth and things will blow over.
Virgo This is a week where a family member will really need your support for their latest hobby or recreational pursuit. It might not seem important to you but your approval means the world to them so play along and give them that boost they’re looking for. Libra Your health should be in focus this week and a nagging issue, whether it’s an ache or pain or just a feeling of being tired or not 100 percent. Stop ignoring the signs and get checked out. You’d be surprised what peace of mind can do and catching things early is always the best tactic rather than letting it become something potentially serious. Scorpio You’re surrounded by friends that have had some really good fortune of late. Try and celebrate their success rather than sit in envy of their achievements or luck. Keep one eye on an opportunity for your own good luck story - it could be just around the corner. Sagittarius You could be presented with an opportunity to earn some more money this week. This could be just the opportunity you’ve been looking for so put some of this newfound income aside and start that savings account you keep talking about. Capricorn It’s time to shake things up in your life - whether it be an exotic holiday, embarking on a professional development opportunity or just giving your lifestyle an overhaul. Aquarius Now is the time to take stock of your possessions and make sure you know where all those sentimental and valuable items in your life are. It’s also not a time to splurge but rather stay true to your more frugal nature.
LOCAL Business Southern Grampians Shire Council is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2013 Powercor ACE Radio Southern Grampians Shire Business Achievement Awards. The awards aim to recognise businesses that achieve excellence in their business performance, provide outstanding service to customers and are innovative and entrepreneurial. This year the awards process was heavily focused on being a development opportunity for all entrants. The entry form allowed a structured process of self-assessment and each business was visited by a single judge and will be provided with written feedback. The judge is experienced in working with enterprises to develop their business. All entrants will be invited to attend a workshop based on Business Excellence, which will address issues identified
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by the judge during the awards process. The winners will be announced at an Awards Ceremony at the Hamilton Exhibition and Conference Centre on Friday, September 6, with the guest speaker being James Freemantle (pictured below), a leader in personal brand who grew up in the region. Tickets to the 2013 Powercor ACE Radio Business Achievement Awards cost $75 and are selling fast. They are only available pre-sold from the ACE Radio offices in Brown Street Hamilton. For further information on the Powercor ACE Radio Southern Grampians Business Achievement Awards, please contact council’s business development officer Peter Johnson on (03)5573 0240. The finalists for the 2013 Powercor ACE Radio Southern Grampians Shire Business Achievement Awards are as follows: Employee of the Year • Anna Smart - Hamilton Vetcare • Alison Dunn Mulleraterong Centre Inc • John Colcott - Trotters Coaches Retail • Hamilton Carpet Court • Kristins Kakes • ERA Nurseries Manufacturing
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Taste the Festive Season of Tasmania
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The Millicent Public Library recently celebrated 40 years of Children’s Book Week. The event was celebrated nationally and more than 550 students and community members attended the daily sessions held at the Millicent Library. Mayor Gandolfi encouraged everyone to visit the library and join in the longest running Children’s Festival in Australia sharing in the celebrations, activities and storytelling. “It has proven to be a great opportunity to promote our library, collections and children’s literature” he said. “We advocate greater understanding of the value of reading to children and parents’ effect on early childhood cognitive, language, emotional and social development through our library programs. “Reading can take you
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anywhere and it is about engaging the community with literature for children.” Through its ‘Read Across the Universe’ themed program the library aimed to promote the value, importance and transformational nature of reading; influence the reading habits of our communities; raise the profile of books in the lives of children and young adults and champion the cause of our reading in the younger members of the community. Mayor Gandolfi said it was important to note that only 10 minutes a day needs to be spent reading to your child and this will build a good foundation for literacy and family. Library staff joined students, teachers and parents from schools, kindergartens and child care centres in the Wattle Range Council
area to review the book of the year winners, read stories, discuss books and read and undertake activities that support the stories, thus highlighting the importance of reading and literacy. At the Millicent Library, staff build partnerships and relationships across many sectors including education, community, culture and technology to extend the reach of literacy improvement opportunities. “Our library is wellpositioned to support family literacy, and have an established expertise in this area supported by close connections with other learning, social and health agencies working within our communities,” Mayor Gandolfi said. “Early and family literacy programs are widely offered by this library in the form of regular story time sessions, baby bounce and rhyme for babies, and sessions for parents all enhanced by Children’s Book week celebrations.” The Children’s Book Week celebrations ran for a fortnight with library staff going out into the community and schools for further storytelling and activity building on the literacy and community programs.
local story Foreshore plans in the spotlight Glenelg Shire Council will use community feedback received from the Portland LIVE project to develop three projects aimed at responding to the needs of residents. The public submissions received show significant community support for the upgrade of the skate park in the current location, upgrade of the foreshore playground, and a need for overall connectivity of the foreshore pathways. Rather than continuing with the Portland LIVE foreshore all-ages activity space, council will instead develop a Youth Activities Space concept plan, a Foreshore Master Plan, and a Play Space strategy. Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr Karen Stephens, said that council had carefully considered all of the submissions received as part of the Portland LIVE consultation, and that the new strategies reflect the community’s needs. “A wide variety of opinions and ideas were expressed by the community during the Portland LIVE draft concept design process,” Cr Stephens said. “Submissions received for the Portland LIVE draft concept design indicated that significant further consultation would be required if the Bentinck Street lawn area project was to continue. “What community feedback has told us is that there is a need for a Youth Activities Space, which includes a skate park, at the current skate park location. “In accordance with the Portland Bay Coastal Infrastructure Plan Council will also create a Foreshore Master Plan for the foreshore area that addresses the connectivity issues between the different areas. “In addition, a Play Space Strategy for the Shire will also be developed, that addresses the need for the upgrade of the foreshore playground.” A concept plan for the Youth Activities Space will be developed at no additional cost to council as it is in the current scope of the Portland LIVE consultants existing contract.
LOCAL Bringing Passionate and driven Idan Ben-Barak comes to Mount Gambier, courtesy of Inspiring Australia, for an enthralling and scintillating lecture about the tiny world of microbes that subsequently rule our lives. For one night only at the Mount Gambier Library, Idan will be flying in to talk about the fascinating world of microbes, which involves everything from bacteria to viruses. Born in Israel in 1974, Idan lives in Melbourne with his wife and son and holds a Bachelor of Medical Science and a Masters in Microbiology, both of which he received from the Hadassah School of Medicine at the University of Jerusalem. Idan is also currently working towards a PhD in the History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Sydney. Idan began writing when he sent a few quirky pieces to New Scientist, a weekly international science magazine and website that covers developments in science and technology. From there he received a scholarship from the Writing Center of Scholars and Researches at the University of Melbourne, which paved the works for his new book, Small
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Wonders. Small Wonders is all about the microscopic kingdom of germs, bugs, viruses and microbes which we surprisingly rely on a great deal to live our daily lives. For example, did you know that you are currently carrying at least a kilo of bacteria around on, and in, you at the very moment? And that if it wasn’t for these little hitchhikers we’d all get very sick, very quickly? And along with these fascinating details comes the beautifully written context that can only be described as having the wit of Bill Bryson and the spirit of Natalia Angier. Idan bring this tiny world of microbes to life with refreshing analogies and metaphors, such as cells that ‘pop like bubbles’ and bacteria that ‘dream of rain’. The book takes you on an a journey where you learn the teamwork required to rot human teeth, the origins of diseases, what
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Idan has quite a unique way of talking, a way that draws in his audience; and with his light use of knowledge you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to understand what he’s talking about.
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“This is an absolutely delightful book about our smallest and most necessary friends… Read this lovely book, and marvel at these tiny critters that make our lives possible.”
join the celebrations NARACOORTE SOUTH PRIMARY SCHOOL is celebrating 50 years of Education on September 20-22. All past and present staff, parents and students are invited to attend.
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Square Dancing is Fun - Come and Try - Allabout Squares Dance Club We are inviting new dancers to come and try Square Dancing in August. We meet at Glenburnie Hall, Casterton Road on Saturday evenings starting at 7.30pm. More than two hours of entertainment from a live caller is provided followed by a delicious supper. Nominal cost. No experience necessary. Please call Andrea on 0417 509 144.
I read this week of a study being carried out by Melbourne researchers looking to find whether Tasmanian Devils are becoming less intelligent. Straight away the first question that needs to be asked is, “What were you thinking would be the consequence of living in Tasmania? Surely you didn’t think it was going to make them any smarter, did you?” Once I’ve stopped making jokes about Tasmania and the fact they buy shoes, socks and hats in pairs, I start asking more serious questions. Should we
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really be worried about the intelligence of Tasmanian Devils when there are people who are supposedly intelligent scientists and think it’s a good idea to study the intelligence of Tasmanian Devils? Let’s be honest. There are dozens of humans whose intelligence is quite obviously diminishing rapidly that it would be worth studying. Ok, we’ll start with the politicians because it’s just so obvious. I’ve decided that Kevin Rudd actually believed that if he became Prime Minister again leading into the election, Labor would remain in power. Either he shook a magic eight ball or he is seriously deluded. You could see it as extreme optimism but I’m firmly of the opinion that optimism is one of the worst and most dangerous
forms of stupidity. Being a little bit pessimistic (read realistic here) is actually a sign of high intelligence. Yes I am saying that optimistic people are stupid. Then I look at the special form of stupidity that Tony Abbott seems to be suffering from. I’m pretty sure that again he thinks he’s got it all worked out. He dreamed of becoming Prime Minister and in his brain I’m pretty sure that is the end point. In his mind he’s got it completely worked out up until the seventh of September. That night he will get to say the victory speech that he’s had saved up for three years and stick his tongue out at Jules and KRudd. What makes him stupid is that he’s forgotten that starting September 8 he actually has to come up with some ideas on how to solve the problems. Sure, he can buy some Indonesian fishing boat and hope that stops “illegal” boat people rocking up in Australia, he can slash and burn funding to this that and the other and he can pay thousands and thousands of dollars to mothers to have babies, but after that week and a half he’s gonna have to come up with some ideas. Plus we all know that by now Labor are just trying to bugger up everything they can so the Coalition spend
the first couple of years trying to fix the mess. Let’s go back to the Essendon Football Club for further evidence of stupid. I find it really interesting each time the club invites the players’ parents down to try and explain and reassure them that everything is okay. Did they invite the parents down to the club before they started turning their sons into human pin cushions? That would have been a better idea. And anyway, aren’t these professional football players adults who are responsible for their own behaviour and health? Is it really necessary to bring their mummies in? Stop treating them like little babies. Damn. If you need any further evidence that stupidity is out of control in the human population, just watch Big Brother. You can’t watch more than three minutes without asking whether people actually behave like this in the real world. Surely these people are just acting this way because they’re on television and want to win money or something? If not I’m prepared to start supporting euthanasia. Anyway, at least the election will be done soon and that will have to take the level of stupidity down a little. Fight the stupidity and email me at email@example.com
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Circle of Events “My focus is to provide hand-crafted wedding ceremonies to elevate the spirit, connect people with each other and to their community. I am profoundly interested in transforming our highest ideals into everyday living. This aspiration, together with the many ethical and spiritual questions that arise from it, drives my personal life and also my professional work as a celebrant.” Josephine Kerestes Your Celebrancy Specialist “Born in the old Mount Gambier hospital and growing up in the area, I am delighted to return to the district making my celebrant services available across the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria - a privilege to be Lauren and Stu Harvey’s celebrant. It was a funeral that led me to celebrancy work when friends asked me to present the eulogy at their father’s funeral in the small and charming building that was the Kalangadoo Methodist Church. And then, six months later, I was again asked if I would do the same - this time at the funeral of their mother. Both of these people who died I had known all my life, were the parents of my best friend, and respected members of the small but close community in which we had all lived. How could I say no? I wanted to support my friends in their grief, but at the same time I was very anxious and nervous about not making a bubbling mess of the speeches. Anyway, once getting past the huge fear of having to speak in public at an emotionally heightened occasion, and the possibility of not doing justice to
the lives of these people whom I loved, what I found, surprisingly, was that I actually felt energised by the experience. Shortly afterwards, the Monash University, Melbourne, Post Grad Diploma in Civil Ceremonies was recommended to me and that is where I qualified before starting up my business, Circle of Events. That training, together with my experience, enables me to have the ability to conceptualise the depth and emotion behind the wedding and funeral ceremony through symbol and metaphor. This makes for a simpler but more powerful event that speaks to all - regardless of educational, religious or ethnic background. Those who have no connection with organised religion still desire meaningful and appropriate ceremonies. I understand this. For me, it is a joy to listen to peoples’ stories and then to assist them in the gathering up of the special
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ADVERTORIAL Bowling The Portland RSL Memorial Bowling Club was awarded the title of Business of the Year at Glenelg Shire Council’s 2013 Inclusive Business Awards presentation on August 23.The awards recognise and promote the businesses, organisations and individuals delivering best practice in access and inclusion for people with a disability. Mayor Cr Karen Stephens said that the Portland RSL Bowling Club had made an exceptional effort to provide access and inclusion opportunities for all community members. “The Portland RSL Bowling Club promotes and uses best practice within the workplace when it comes to access and inclusion for people of all abilities,” Cr Stephens said. “The club has purchased modified versions of technology, materials, and tools, and uses these to help people with a disability to access and utilise their services.” The bowling club also took home the Community Participation award, which
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was one of a number of other categories to be honoured on the night, including Physical Access, Inclusive Customer Service, Micro Business, Employee of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, and Employer of the Year. Portland RSL Memorial Bowling Club manager Tammy Jones said the community participation award had been a genuine collaborative effort between club members and the community. The club works alongside Kyeema Support Services with people with disabilities, as well as three of the region’s schools. “Our members were only too happy to volunteer and make the day out enjoyable for the Kyeema clients and the school children,” Tammy said. “Having these community programs was an initiative of our members and the other groups, who wanted something different as part of their programs.” Some of the club’s improvements to make life easier for disabled participants was the construction of new decking around a year ago, complete with a wheelchair ramp. The resurfacing of the carpark
also saw four disabled carparks installed on flat, wheelchair friendly ground and the club’s rinks have ramps for easy access for all players as well. “You don’t make these kind of improvements to your facility to win awards but it is nice to know that the club’s efforts have been appreciated by members and the community alike,” Tammy said. Seawinds Nursery (Kyeema Support Services Inc) was announced as Employer of the Year, while Heywood Bakery was the winner of the Physical Access Award, and PT@HOME took out the Micro Business category. The Community Participation award went to Portland RSL Memorial Bowling Club, with Heywood Men’s Shed commended, and Loaves and Fishes took out the Inclusive Customer Service award, with Talk
Scrappin’ receiving a commendation in this category. Employee of the Year was won by Kerry Knowles of Murray Goulburn Trading Heywood. Robbie Aberline received a commendation in this category, and was also announced as the winner of the Volunteer of the Year award. Jenny May was the recipient of the Employee of the Year Judges Award. Above (top right) - The Portland RSL memorial Bowling Club was adjudged the Glenelg Shire Inclusive Business Awards Business of the Year. Above (left) - The car park redevelopment was just one aspect of the club’s efforts that earnt it the top award.
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Renowned ballet dancer Tibor Horvath was adjudicating the Mount Gambier Dance Eisteddfod a couple of years ago and couldn’t help but notice the standard of dancers from MJ Dance Studio. “I realised I was giving a number of prizes to these amazing dancers and they were all from Maria (Slape’s) dance studio,” Tibor said. “I could see her studio had talented dancers, they were very strong contemporary and lyrical performers and I could see the potential for some of them to pursue ballet. Tibor ran an open class after that adjudication stint for all studios in the district and then returned to Sydney to establish his own school - Tibor Ballet Studio, which is all about developing young dancers and preparing them for a professional career. Fast forward three years and Tibor arrived on MJ Dance Studio’s doorstep ready to put the dancers through their paces, identifying talent and assisting the studio’s Mount Gambier based teachers in how to further develop and improve all their ballet students. “I had seen a lot of potential and all they needed was guidance in basic technique,” Tibor
said. Katarina Gajic, Cooper Terry and Steph Nugent have all caught the ballet icon’s eye and have been invited to audition for a place in his school on September 15. He also identified a handful of younger dancers that he believes have potential but just need more training. The opportunity to audition for Tibor’s program is a once in a lifetime opportunity for the young MJ dancers. The school has been running five years and has already produced professional
dancers that are furthering their study or working in Europe in junior companies. Tibor brings in guest teachers from such esteemed companies as the Paris Opera and for the MJ dancers to be able to work with a former dancer and teacher of such calibre is amazing. cont. opp. page Above - (from left) Jaclyn Proud, Lucie Milstead and Sienna Rossi work on their classical ballet technique.
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“Getting the technique right and always working on it is so important,” Tibor said. “It is the basis for every dance style.” Tibor also pulls no
punches when working with students. He doesn’t sugar coat the work and dedication required to become a ballet dancer and preaches there is no
substitute for hard work. “You must have a real passion for ballet,” he said. “You need the right body shape but that can be worked on, you need good technique but technique can be taught, but you cannot teach passion and that’s the most important thing.” Tibor looks to bring the balance of inspiring students but also keeping the strict structure that ballet demands. “There are about 20 things a ballet dancer has to be thinking about with every move,” he said. “You have to be soft and strong.” Tibor spent his sessions not just refining technique but observing just who had the work ethic to make it in the cut throat world of ballet. “You can see which students are willing to work hard and which ones are listening and not switching off because you are talking to someone else,” he said. The newly formed relationship between MJ Dance Studio and Tibor is set to continue with the teacher committing to regular visits, around two or three times a year. “I am 150,000 percent happy to help,” he said. “I have travelled all over Australia for the past five years and you just get to see so much talent out
there.” Tibor was four or five years old when he knew he wanted to be a dancer. His older brother is a pianist and Tibor would dance away to his brother’s practice sessions. His father was a famous jazz musician in Hungary so it seems it was inevitable Tibor would end up in the arts. By age eight, he knew he wanted to dance professionally and started his training when the family moved to Sweden. He got into a Royal Swedish Ballet School from an audition of 200 where only four dancers were selected and the rest, as they say, is history, Tibor danced Fritz in The Nutcracker when he was nine, won a scholarship to the Hamburg Ballet School when he was 15 and went on to a successful career in the Finnish National Ballet Company, where he became a soloist at the tender age of only 20. Tibor worked extensively as a soloist and principal around the world before settling in Australia in 2007 and setting up his Sydney school. Left (top) - Tibor Horvath works with one of the students he has identified as a potential
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ballet star, Katarina Gajic. Katarina is one of three MJ students to be invited
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Port MacDonnell utility Will MacDonald (pictured above left - photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne) has etched his name in history, winning his third Mail Medal as the best and fairest player in the Mid South East Football League. His prior triumphs came in 2010 and 2011. He is the fourth player to achieve the trifecta but would no doubt have given up the individual honour in lieu of his team advancing to the 2013 season decider. The reigning champs let at every change in the tense battle with Hatherleigh but were outclassed in the final term and must now tackle Glencoe this Saturday at Robe to continue their premiership defence. MacDonald won the award by six
votes from Clint Gallio (Mt Burr) - the talented Mossie taking home the most valuable player award as well. The other top honour of the night went to Kalangadoo playing coach Leah Ousey (pictured above right - photo courtesy of Andrew Crouch), who was named netball’s best performer - taking out the title 37 years after her mother Pauline Mulraney snared the same accolade. Hatherleigh’s Keston Green was runner-up for the third time - the star goaler also claiming the 2008 and 2011 top honour. Green in the end got the last laugh when her Eagles defeated the Magpies to advance straight into the 2013 grand final.
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It’s been a big fortnight for Richard Hill. The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers head coach led his side to a second semi final victory on August 23 - the same week he put pen to paper to re-sign with the club for a further 12 months. After plotting the downfall of Nunawading in the second semi final, it is the Spectres again that stand between the Pioneers and championship glory. “They (Nunawading and Hobart) are good teams so we certainly had no preference as to who we play,” Hill said. ““Obviously they (the Spectres) will be able to make some adjustments which will make it a little difficult for us but we’ve been training really well.” Hill admitted after the end to the minor round that saw the Pioneers play around
four matches in 10 days, as well as the commitments of the NBL signed players, and then the home semi final, to have now had two weeks off the court in match conditions has been an unusual feeling. The full squad will not be together until Thursday night training this week when Brad Hill and Ben Allen return from Sydney Kings duties and Kurt Russell returns from a week on the road for work. Erik Burdon is expected back from Perth on Wednesday but there is little hope the sharpshooter will overcome his groin strain in time to take the court in the South Conference grand final. Tom Daly has also been in the West, trying to become the fourth Pioneer from the 2013 playing roster to secure an NBL deal. Jan Warbout also spent
early last week training with the 36ers. The available players trained on Father’s Day as the championship week started in earnest. “It was the best training we’ve had, it was really nice to train knowing who we’re going to play,” Hill said. “Our trainings are always really competitive and we’re in that habit so I don’t think not having played for a fortnight will really affect us, especially when so many of the boys have been training really hard in an NBL environment.” Hill has put in place a group that understands that each player has a role to play. It is about consistency and evenness of contribution rather than relying on go-to players. “We have five guys who are averaging 12-plus points and then Sutts (Matt Sutton) that is almost averaging 10 points a game,” Hill said. The Pioneers are gunning for South Conference glory 10 years since the club won its inaugural championships - also on the Icehouse pine - but it hasn’t been a topic of conversation with the 2013 group. “We honestly haven’t spoken about it,” Hill said. “But the reunion weekend was a nice little spur for our guys to see the pleasure and self esteem that it generates to be a part of a championship team, that certainly helped us realise just how much it would be nice to have an experience like that.” Whether
the Pioneers snare the silverware or not, Hill believed the club is well advanced on where he thought it would be when he took over the reins last season. “When you first go to a club you always talk about play-offs but I realised pretty quickly that we were a way off that,” Hill said. That being said, the on court results and the overall club program is now about 12 months ahead of where the experienced basketball observer thought they would be and he was keen to stay in the role. Unfinished business and succession planning are the two defining factors in Hill wanting to stay with the Mount Gambier club. “I want to get the program in the shape that gets you in play-offs for the next two or three years at least,” Hill said. “I did not want to get here and maybe win a championship and then leave and have the club back to being a bust for two or three years.” One of the top priorities for the returning coach in 2014 is injecting some local talent in the group. “It’s been a long, long time since a born and bred Mount Gambier player had a significant input into the performance and that’s my goal,” Hill said. “I have been working with two or three really talented young players over the past year and a bit.” Hill also believed nurturing local talent took the pressure off the club to recruit all its players from
away, Hill also wants to continue to build the relationship between the club and Basketball Mount Gambier - a relationship that has significantly improved during Hill’s tenure. But for now, all attention is on Friday night and the Spectres in front of a sold out Icehouse crowd.
Left - Richard Hill has been re-signed for 2014. Above - Pioneers skipper Matt Sutton will lead his team into this Friday night’s South Conference grand final. Photo courtesy of Gavin Male Designs.
Above left - East Gambier 13 and under centre Maddi Freeman looks to pull the ball in during 1st semi final action at Blue Lake Sports Park. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger. Above right - West Gambier A reserve veteran Linda Boylan looks for an option in the shooting circle.
Western Border Soccer Association semi final results 2nd semi finals (Casadio Park) A Grade - Apollo d Inter (3-3 at full time, 4-2 on penalties) B Grade - Apollo 2 d Inter 1 Under 17 - Apollo 4 d Inter 3 Under 14 - Apollo 2 d Portland 1 Under 12 - Inter 3 d Apollo 0
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1st semi finals (Webb Street) A Grade - Centrals d Portland (1-1 at full time, 5-4 penalties) B Grade - Millicent 2 d Centrals 1 Under 17 - Blue Lake 3 d Sharks 0 Under 14 - Sharks 2 d Centrals 1 Under 12 - Blue Lake 4 d Centrals 3 (on penalties)
1st semi finals Seniors West Gambier 4.2 10.8 13.9 20.12 (132) Casterton 2.2 4.2 5.9 10.10 (70) Goals - West: N. Allen 6; R. Fox, J. Ryan 3; A. Cram, B. Wilson 2; M. Smith, D. Lloyd, D. McElroy, J. Carter. Casterton: L. Griffin 2; A. McKenzie, A. O’Connell, J. Clode, A. Cleary, T. MacMichael, B. Currie, D. Ayton, A. Richardson. Best - West: N. Lewis, B. Wilson, T. Holmes, T. Dolan, D. McElroy, L. Collins. Casterton: A. Richardson, D. Ayton, B. Currie, M. Cowland, A. Cleary, L. Griffin.
Above (clockwise from left) - West Gambier A reserve goal shooter takes this ball strongly; 15 & under Millicent goal attack Kea Lynch was best on c ourt in the 1st semi final; Millicent shooter Zoe Brown lines up tihs attempt during 15 & under action; 17 & under West goal keeper Maddy Teakle sends the ball down court past the defensive efforts of Claire Outtram; A reserve wing defender Lauren Holmes (West) at her athletic best during 1st semi final action; Jordan Perry (Casterton) was one of her side’s best in Saturday’s A reserve 1st semi final; West 17 & under centre Jess Kipping driving hard down court and A reserve veteran Tritcia Cleary looks for a team mate.
Under 15 North Gambier 0.1 3.2 4.2 7.4 (46) Casterton 2.1 2.3 4.6 4.6 (30) Goals - North: B. Close, B. Moy, N. Steen, T. Brookes, L. Hunt, B. Gibbs, N. Brown. Casterton: B. Millard 2; C. Jarrad, J, Gibbs.Best - North: B. Close, N. Brown, W. Nenkivell, C. Magracia, L. Black, B. Gibbs. Casterton: C. Jarrad, C. McCombe, K. Zippel, J. Sheppard, B. Galpin, J. Gibbs.
Above - Claire Outtram lines up iths shot during 17 and under action at the weekend.
WB Netball Results - 1st semi finals
South Gambier 1.3 5.8 7.10 8.13 (61) Casterton 2.2 2.3 3.7 5.7 (37) Goals - South: M. Ryan 5; R. Attiwill, A. Paprotny, M. Pratt. Casterton: R. Killey, A. Meyer 2; S. Sealey. Best - South: P. Harten, R. Attiwill, D. Stratford, N. Seager, M. Ryan, M. Pratt. Casterton: A. Meyer, S. Sealey, D. Wombwell, A. Harrad, S. Penfold, Z. Howlett.
West Gambier 3.0 6.2 7.5 11.9 (75) East Gambier 3.3 4.3 5.9 6.9 (45) Goals - West: G. Ha 4; R. Hosking 2; M. Walmsley-Pace, A. Pritzner, J. Coombe, A. Cram, R. Langley. East: B. Morton 2; J. Dawe, R. Janeway, B. Humphries, D. Robinson. Best - West: A. Priftzner, L. Bradley-Brown, M. Hunter, A. Cram, R. Hosking, J. Coombe. East: J. Dawe, N. Walters, L. Lock, B. Humphries, R. Janeway, J. Jones.
Above (top row from left) - West Gambier 15 & under Sarah Harding looks for a team mate; Casterton A reserve centre Katherine Jarrad looks for an option down court.
Left - Alex Walker brings the ball through the mid court during 15 & under 1st semi final action at the weekend.
West Gambier 37 (L. Cram, A. Cram) d South Gambier 27 (L. King, T. Sims).
A Reserve West Gambier 44 (M. Ryan, K. Rolton) d Casterton 35 (T. Perry, J. Perry). South Gambier 44 (L. Bruggemann, L. deBreuk) d West Gambier 27 (S. Cummins, K. Judd).
C Grade North Gambier 33 (S. McIntyre; K. Pietsch) d Casterton 29 (K. Gill, R. Stephens).
17 and under Casterton 35 (A. Shannon, T. Perry) d West Gambier 8 (M. Muhovics, M. Teakle).
15 and under Millicent 41 (A. Walker, K. Lynch) d West Gambier 24 (G. Hunter, O. McEvoy).
13 and under Millicent 33 (M. Turner, A. Craig) d East Gambier 27 (S. Smith, M. Freeman).
WBFL 2nd semi final - September 7 - McDonald Park FOOTBALL SENIORS - NORTH GAMBEIR V SOUTH GAMBIER RESERVES - NORTH GAMBEIR V EAST GAMBIER UNDER 17 - WEST GAMBIER V EAST GAMBIER UNDER 15 -EAST GAMBIER V SOUTH GAMBEIR NETBALL A Grade - Millicent v North Gambier A Reserve - North Gambeir v Millicent B Grade - East Gambier v Casterton C Grade - West Gambier v East Gambier 17 & under - East Gambier v North Gambier 15 & under - East Gambier v North Gambier 13 & under - South Gambier v North Gambier
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MSEFL & MSENA Double Not too many people at Saturday’s Mid South East netball at Mt Burr would remember the last
delight for Eagles in Mid South East action
time Kalangadoo lost a second semi final but it happened and the Magpies now find themselves in
unfamiliar territory - a preliminary final. Accurate shooting, precise delivery and relentless all court defensive pressure got the Eagles over the line, with association best and fairest runner-up Keston Green leading the way. The other key for the Eagles was the way the younger players in the side really stepped up, with the rebounding of defensive duo Kaitlyn Smith and Georgina Brooks a key reason the Eagles turned a first half deficit into a final change lead. In the end Hatherleigh won by seven goals and the reigning premiers are left to literally lick their wounds. Playing
with their preferred starting seven for only the fourth time this season, three of the players entered the clash having missed the final round of the home and away season, with Jayde Peacock in her first serious hit out since seriously injuring her shoulder more than a month ago. Peacock has had no luck in 2013 though and seriously injured her hand in the third quarter on Saturday and while in doubt for Saturday’s preliminary final at Robe, coach Leah Ousey has not given up hope her star mid courter will recover in time. Peacock continued on Saturday
after sustaining the hand issue but is now severely hampered by the injury. While the Eagles were accurate, the Magpies suffered from inaccuracy and once Smith and Brooks started to dominate the boards, Hatherleigh was able to gain the ascendancy. Green and the Eagles mid court fed the ball to tall shooter Tara Fabris well and the young shooter rewarded her team mates with accurate finishing. Not long after Hatherleigh booked a spot in the football grand final as well when the Eagles came from behind to defeat the reigning premiers by 22 points. The second semi final was an arm wrestle with the Demons leading by two goals at the first change, five points at the half and a solitary point at the final change. Over the past two seasons, it has been Port MacDonnell’s modus operandi to blow teams out of the water with stunning final quarters but this time it was the Eagles, who came into
MSEFL - 2nd semi final Seniors Hatherleigh 4.5 7.11 11.17 16.19 (115) Port MacDonnell 6.5 8.10 12.12 13.15 (93) Goals - Hatherleigh: B. Sneath 4; J. Sullivan, S. Telfer 3; J. Bateman 2; T. Schulz, J. Wight, M. Faulkner, J. Skeer. Pt Mac: W. MacDonald 6; D. Bromely 2; T. Sullivan, L. Pratt, M. Lewis, M. Fox, J. McGregor. Best - Hatherleigh: M. Faulkner, T. Saunders, M. Fabris, T. Watson, T. Agnew, J. Bateman. Pt Mac: D. O’Dine, J. Feast, L. McIntyre, R. Fox, T. Sullivan, R. Povey.
B Grade Tantanoola 3.2 6.7 9.12 12.17 (89) Glencoe 4.1 5.1 9.6 10.11 (71) Goals - Tantanoola: J. Varcoe, M. Pilmore 3; M. Cytrowski, S. Bowering 2; S. Taylor, S. Varcoe. Glencoe: A. Cary 3; M. Kasparian, S. Giersch 2; E. Bronca, S. Hentschke, T. Biggins. Best - Tantanool: S. Bowering, Z. Courbois, M. Anderson, M. Anderson, S. Varcoe, S. Taylor, J. McRostie. Glencoe: M. Childs, T. Biggins, M. Kasparian, S. Giersch, N. McEachern, S. Cocks.,
Senior Colts Kalangadoo 3.2 6.6 7.11 11.15 (81) Port MacDonnell 2.1 3.1 6.4 7.4 (46) Goals - Kalangadoo: K. Weistra 3; M. Krieger, B. Ousey, C. Howlett 2; T. Jones, T. Saunders. Pt Mac: R. Timms 2; S. Zeitz, L. Byrne, R. Brodie, J. Stark, J. Reed. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Krieger, P. Davies, J. Brennan, T. Jonjes, M. Lowe, J. Davies. Pt Mac: S. Zeitz, K. McClean, T. Sullivan, R. Timms, N. Cawthorne, J. Stark.
Junior Colts Port MacDonnell 3.0 3.0 3.3 5.3 (33) Hatherleigh 1.0 3.1 4.1 5.2 (32) Goals - Pt Mac: G. Hutchesson, N. Wilke 2; R. Rolph. Hatherleigh: L. McGregor 2; A. Seamer, H. Coote, B. Poulish. Best - Pt Mac: N. Wilke, L. Tilley, T. Zeitz, J. Brown, J. Livingston, K. Livingston. Hatherleigh: D. Treloar, S. Jones, J. Lang, S. Gray, R. Chester.
MSE Netball Results - 2nd semi final
the clash on the back of a less than impressive month of football. Eagles class duo Matt Faulkner and Tylah Saunders were the leading players on the ground as Hatherleigh turns its early season dominance and minor premiership into a genuine shot at premiership glory. Port MacDonnell must now regroup and prepare to take on Glencoe in Saturday’s preliminary final at Robe. Far left - Hatherleigh defender Kaitlyn Smith was one of her side’s best. Left - Will MacDonald shapes to mark. Above - Keston Green takes this awkward pass as Narelle Ryan looks on. Photos courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.
MSEFL PRELIMINARY FINALS - September 7 (Robe)
A Grade Hatherleigh 55 (K. Green. K. Smith) d Kalangadoo 48 (K. Allen, J. Peacock).
A Reserve Kalangadoo 37 (A. Casey, K. Williams) d Hatherleigh 36 (M. Redman, A. Faulkner).
B Grade Hatherleigh 46 (M. Gibson, J. Paul) d Tantanoola 42 (T. Taylor, M. Lindner).
B Reserve Kongorong 42 (I. Shelton, R. Baldwin) d Tantanoola 40 (J. Cytrowski, H. Radley).
17 and under Hatherleigh 41 (S. Allen, E. Watson) d Kalangadoo 15 (M. Pitt, A. Lindner).
15 and under Hatherleigh 54 (A. Brooks, A. Wight) d Robe 36 (K. Venn, A. Lindner).
13 and under Mt Burr 39 (C. Vanderhorst, M. Potter) d Robe 38 (M. Nunan, J. Venn).
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PRELIMINARY FINAL Coleraine 2.3 8.4 12.9 14.12 (96) Dartmoor 3.2 4.8 8.11 11.12 (78) Goals - Coleraine: E. Guthrie 5; G. Robertson, K. Scott, M. Dunn 2; A. Whale, J. Dyer, Z. McDonald. Dartmoor: J. McCrae 4; M. Oldfield, S. Jones 2; J. Franklin, A. Jones, J. Beck. Best - Coleraine: E. Guthrie, H. Robertson, J. Haw, C. Tosetti, Z. McDonald, B. Rhook. Dartmoor: J. Drakeley, S. Jones, J. Roptini, A. Hinkley, J. McCrae, S. Jones.
SWDFL Grand Final - September 7 HEYWOOD V COLERIANE (Hanlon Park, Portland) Lower South East Hockey Association Qualifying & Elimination Final results Division one men - Rams 3 d Tigers 1 (action pictured below); Division one women - Redbacks 6 d West 2; Division two men - Cavaliers 2 d Tigers 1; Division two women - Redbacks 2 d Tigers 1 (in golden point time); Division three men - West 3 d Tigers 2; Strikers 4 d Redbacks 3; Division three women - Redbacks 3 d Tigers 2; Under 15 boys - Redbacks 5 d Cavaliers 0; Under 13 boys - Redbacks 3 d Cavaliers 0.
2nd SEMI FINAL Penola 6.3 9.9 11.12 18.14 (122) Bordertown 4.1 7.8 8.11 11.11 (77) Goals - Penola: A. Merrett, B. Merrett 4; S. Jackman, T. Bailey, N. Clayfield, D. Clayfield 2; J. Galpin, O. March. Bordertown: N. Frederick 4; L. Eats 3; A. Stephens, T. Harkness, C. Diment, M. Hayes. Best - Penola: S. Jackman, N. Clayfield, B. McIntyre, K. Ransom, P. Lambert, M. Willson. Bordertown: N. Hewett, S. Devitt, R. Tink, J. Searle, C. Diment, A. Stephens. 1st SEMI FINAL Keith 4.2 9.6 16.13 21.18 (144) Mundulla 1.5 6.11 8.12 14.14 (95) Goals - Keith: J. McEntee 9; A. Bradley 4; J. Wilson, H. Drogemuller 2; A. Bowley, A. Hunt, B. King, D. Stratford. Mundulla: B. Packer 4; W. Backer 3; J. Wiese, L. Wiese 2; J. Webb, J. Mock, N. Davis. Best - Keith: J. McEntee, J. Graetz, H. Drogemuller, C. Statham, P. Makin, J. Wilson. Mundulla: H. Thorpe, J. McGrice, B. Packer, W. Packer, G. Obst, S. Luckett.
KNT Netball Results A Grade 2nd SEMI FINAL Naracoorte 47 (S. DuRand) d Border Districts 39 (K. Jacob). 1st SEMI FINAL Keith 48 (A. Schreiber) d Penola 44 (A. Kuhl).
KNT Preliminary Final - September 7 - Padthaway
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MGNA Netball Results A Grade Hobitz 60 (L. Humphries, A. Siebert) d Saints 35 (M. Ridding, R. Primmer); Vicis 74 (C. Jones, D. Hirst) d Zodiacs 23 (M. Phillips, L. Lovekin); Intruders 75 (N. Rutkowski, C. Grubb) d Amazons 25 (T. Brooksby, J. Cook).
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An evening with Roger Rasheed International tennis coach and media commentator Presented by Mount Gambier Tennis Club SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 - 6PM Above (top) - Hatherleigh’s Keston Green looks to move the ball quickly during the Eagles’ upset victory over Kalangadoo in Saturday’s Mid South East netball A grade 2nd semi final. Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne. Above (second row from left) - Ebony Cunningham on the fly during first half action in the Mid South East netball A grade 2nd semi final and Jayde Peacock at her athletic best in her first match since injuring her shoulder. Peacock was one of her side’s best in what was a rare 2nd semi final loss for the Magpies. Photos courtesy of Andrew Crouch. Above (third row from left) - Jenna Pitt looks for a team mate to deliver this throw in to, while also avoiding the hands pressure from Hatherleigh shooter Tara Fabris and Kylie Allen looks to gather this ball and turn for the shot during A grade finals action at Mt Burr at the weekend. Photos courtesy of Andrew Crouch. Above (bottom) - Dylan Bromley takes a strong grab out in front of his Hatherleigh opponent but it was the Eagles who booked the grand final spot after a come from behind victory. Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.
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TV GUIDE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Today 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 CBS This Morning 7.00 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 9.00 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show Wurrawhy 7.30 Totally Wild Business Today 10.10 Real 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 11.00 National News Chinese 10.35 Behind The 12.00 The Midday Movie OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold & The 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show News 11.00 Wild Russia12.00 Murder In Paradise Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s Kitchen 1.00 Rescue Special Ops Midday Report 12.30 My Family (M) 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 1.00 Murder or Mutiny 2.00 The 2.00 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edition 10.30 Recruits Paramedics Young Ones 3.00 Childrens 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 The Chase 11.00 Bondi Vet Encore 12.00 Programs 5.30 ABC News: 3.00 National News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Early 6.00 Country House 4.00 National News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge 5.30 Hot Seat Rescue 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7: 6.00 Seven News Judy 3.30 Huey’s Kitchen 4.00 30 (SA) 8.00 Kitchen Cabinet 6.00 National News 6.30 Today Tonight Scope 4.30 Bold & The Beauti8:30 Upper Middle Bogan 9.00 6.30 A Current Affair 7.00 Home And Away ful 5.00 TEN News It’s A Date 9.30 Would I Lie To 7.00 Big Brother 8.00 Dynamo: Magician 8.30 The Footy Show (AFL) You? 10.00 Derek 6.00 The Simpsons Impossible 10.30 The Footy Show (NRL) 10.25 Lateline 6.30 The Project 9.00 Please Marry My Boy 7.30 Save With Jamie 11.05 The Business 12.00 National News Late 10.00 Formal Wars 8.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. 11.30 Three Men Go To 12.30 A Current Affair 11.00 Grimm 10.30 TEN Late News New England 1.00 Extra 12.00 The Mindy Project 12.30 Movie: Love And Pain 1.30 The Middle 11.15 The Project Encore 12.30 Harry’s Practice And The Whole Damn 2.00 Dangerman 12.00 The Late Show 1.00 Home Shopping Thing (PG) 3.00 Danoz 1.00 Home Shopping 7 MATE 1.00 Homicide 2.00 Motor ELEVEN 12.00 Charmed 1.00 Star ONE HD 2.00 LA Hardhats 3.00 The Mate 3.30 Dream Car Garage 4.30 Pimp Trek Voyager 2.00 Judging Amy 3.00 Biggest Loser USA 5.00 ET’s Fishing My Ride 5.30 Seinfeld 6.30 How I Met Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King Classics 5.30 I Fish 6.00 M*A*S*H 6.30 Your Mother 7.30 Ultimate Factories 8.30 of Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 Get Smart 7.00 Cops 7.30 Who’s Line Is Megastructures 9.30 America’s Hardest Happy Days 5.30 The Brady Bunch 6.00 It Anyway? 8.30 Fast Forward 9.30 An Prisons 11.30 South Beach Tow Sabrina 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond Idiot Abroad 10.30 This Week Live
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Sunrise 5.00 World Watch 1.00 The 6.00 CBS This Morning 7.00 6.00 Today Food Lovers’ Guide to Australia 9.00 The Morning Show Wurrawhy 7.30 Totally Wild 9.00 Mornings 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 11.00 National News 1.30 Luke Gamble’s Vet 12.00 The Midday Movie Adventures OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold & The 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Murder In Paradise Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s Kitchen 2.30 Food Investigators 1.00 Rescue Special Ops (M) 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 France 24 News 2.00 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edition 10.30 Recruits Paramedics 3.30 Al Jazeera News 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 The Chase 11.00 Bondi Vet Encore 12.00 4.00 The Journal 3.00 National News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 4.30 PBS Newshour 4.00 National News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 La Vuelta Highlights 6.00 Seven News Judy 3.30 Huey’s Kitchen 6.00 Metropolis 6.00 WIN News Hour 6.30 Today Tonight 4.00 Scope 4.30 Bold & The 6.30 World News Australia 7.00 Big Brother 7.00 Home And Away Beautiful 5.00 TEN News 7.30 Madhur Jaffrey’s 8.30 The Footy Show (AFL) 8.00 Dynamo: Magician Curry Nation 10.30 The Footy Show (NRL) 6.00 The Simpsons Impossible 8.00 Luke Nguyen’s 6.30 The Project 12.00 WIN News Late 9.00 Please Marry My Boy Greater Mekong 7.30 Save With Jamie 1.00 Extra 10.00 Formal Wars 8.30 Heston’s Feasts 8.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. 1.30 The Middle 11.00 Grimm 9.30 Vikings (M) 10.30 TEN Late News 2.00 Dangerman 10.20 World News Australia 12.00 The Mindy Project 3.00 Danoz 11.15 The Project Encore 12.30 Home Shopping 11.00 UEFA Champions 3.30 Good Morning America 12.00 The Late Show 5.30 Seven Early News League Program 1.00 Infomercial 5.00 Early Morning News GO 1.00 16 & Pregnat 2.00 Conan 3.00 GEM 1.00 Cold Case 2.00 The 7 TWO 2.00 Movie: The Return of Extra 3.30 Monsuno 4.00 Ben 10 4.30 People’s Court 3.00 RPA 4.00 Customs October (PG) 4.00 Growing Pains 4.30 Generator Rex 5.00 Adventure Time 5.30 5.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 6.00 Who’s The Boss? 5.00 Homes Under Big Brother 7.00 The Big Bang Theory Friends 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Rugby: The Hammer 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 8.30 Mike & Molly 9.30 Movie: Jay And Broncos V Bulldogs 9.30 Domestic Blitz Seven News at 7 7.30 The Indian Doctor Silent Bob Strike Back (MA) 10.30 Embarrass. Bodies 11.30 Friends 8.30 Medics On Call 9.30 Hornblower
TV GUIDE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Today 6.00 CBS This Morning 7.00 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 9.00 The Morning Show 9.00 Mornings Wurrawhy 7.30 Totally Wild Business Today 10.00 Lockie 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 11.00 National News Leonard 10.30 Arrows of Desire 12.00 The Midday Movie OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold & The 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 11.00 Foreign Correspondent Scandal (M) Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s Kitchen 1.00 Rescue Special Ops 11.30 One Plus One 12.00 2.00 The Daily Edition 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef Midday Report 12.30 Last Of 2.00 Extra 3.00 The Chase 10.30 Recruits Paramedics The Summer Wine 1.00 Dalziel 2.30 Alive And Cooking 4.00 Seven News at 4 11.00 The Living Room Encore And Pascoe 2.30 The Wonder 3.00 National News Now 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors Years 3.00 Children’s Programs 4.00 National News 6.00 Seven News 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 ABC News 6.30 Today Tonight Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday 6.00 National News 6.00 Country House Rescue 7.00 2013 AFL Season Gourmet 4.00 Mako - Island of 6.30 A Current Affair 7.00 ABC News Teams T.B.A. Secrets 4.30 Bold & The Beauti- 7.00 Big Brother 7.30 7.30: Election Eve 10.30 Better Homes And ful 5.00 TEN News 7.30 The Big Bang Theory Special Gardens 8.30 Friday Night Movie 8.00 AI: I-Spy 6.00 The Simpsons 12.00 Desperate Housewives 6.30 The Project The Shawshank 8.30 Miss Fisher’s Murder Redemption (M) Mysteries 7.30 The Living Room 1.00 Australia’s 11.30 Extra 9.30 Scott & Bailey 8.30 NCIS (M) Endangered Species 12.00 National News Late 10.15 Lateline 9.30 T.B.A. 3.00 Home Shopping 12.30 A Current Affair 10.55 The Thick Of It 10.30 TEN Late News 3.30 Home Shopping 1.00 Friday Night Rugby 11.25 rage 11.15 The Project Encore 4.00 NBC Today 7 MATE 1.00 Homicide 2.00 Motor ELEVEN 12.00 Charmed 1.00 Star ONE HD 2.00 LA Hardhats 3.00 The Mate 3.30 Dream Car Garage 4.30 Pimp Trek Voyager 2.00 Judging Amy 3.00 Biggest Loser USA 5.00 ET’s Fishing My Ride 5.30 Seinfeld 6.00 Mythbusters Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King Classics 5.30 I Fish 6.00 M*A*S*H 6.30 7.00 Movie: Bicentennial Man (PG) 9.40 of Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 Get Smart 7.00 Cops 7.30 Driven To Movie: John Carpenter’s Ghost Of Mars Happy Days 5.30 The Brady Bunch 6.00 Extremes 8.30 Friday Night Lights 9.30 (AV) 11.40 Movie: Double Team (M) Sabrina 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond Movie: Event Horizon (AV15+)
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 CBS This Morning 7.00 6.00 Today 1.00 Carla Cametti PD 9.00 The Morning Show Wurrawhy 7.30 Totally Wild 9.00 Mornings 2.00 Don Matteo 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 11.00 National News 3.00 France 24 News 12.00 Scandal (M) OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold & The 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 3.30 Al Jazeera News *Double Episode* Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s Kitchen 1.00 Rescue Special Ops 4.00 The Journal Sweet Baby 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 2.00 Extra 4.30 PBS Newshour Dirty Little Secrets 10.30 Recruits Paramedics 2.30 Alive And Cooking 5.30 La Vuelta Highlights 2.00 The Daily Edition 11.00 The Living Room Encore 3.00 National News Now 6.00 Metropolis 3.00 The Chase 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 4.00 National News 6.30 World News Australia 4.00 Seven News at 4 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 5.30 Hot Seat 7.30 The History Of Our 5.30 Deal Or No Deal Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday 6.00 WIN News Hour Streets 6.00 Seven News Gourmet 4.00 Mako - Island 7.00 Big Brother 8.35 Heroes Of The 6.30 Today Tonight of Secrets 4.30 Bold & The 7.30 The Big Bang Theory Enlightenment 7.00 Better Homes And Beautiful 5.00 TEN News 8.30 Friday Night Movie 9.35 As It Happened Gardens The Shawshank 6.00 The Simpsons 10.35 World News Australia 7.30 2013 AFL Season Redemption (M) 6.30 The Project 11.10 Film: Happy Few (MA) Teams T.B.A. 11.30 Extra 7.30 The Living Room 1.00 Film: The Sweet And 11.00 Off The Bench Vic 12.00 WIN News Late 8.30 NCIS (M) The Bitter (MAV) 11.30 Harry’s Practice 1.00 Friday Night Rugby 9.30 T.B.A. 2.50 Weatherwatch 12.00 Desperate Housewives 10.30 TEN Late News Rabbitohs V Roosters Overnight 3.30 Rainbow County 11.15 The Project Encore 1.00 Home Shopping GO 1.00 Mike & Molly 2.00 Conan 3.00 GEM 12.00 Movie: Elizabeth of 7 TWO 2.00 Movie: The Man Who Extra 3.30 Monsuno 4.00 Ben 10 4.30 Ladymead (G) 2.00 The People’s Court Would Be King (PG) 5.00 Homes Under Generator Rex 5.00 Adventure Time 3.00 Domestic Blitz 4.00 Hot Property The Hammer 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 5.30 Movie: Another Cinderella Story (G) 5.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 6.00 Friends Seven News 7.30 Better Homes & 7.30 Rugby: Rabbitohs V Roosters 9.30 7.00 One Day Series: Aus. V England Gardens 8.30 Escape To The Country Movie: The Whole Ten Yards (M) 3.00 Movie: Seven Nights In Japan (PG) 9.30 Britain’s Empty Homes
TV GUIDE SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Saturday Disney 6.00 Totally Wild 7.00 H2O 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 6.00 ABC News Breakfast: Australia Votes 7.00 Weekend Sunrise - Just Add Water 7.30 Shezow The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Special 10.00 The Morning Show 8.00 Vic The Viking 8.30 Totally Today 10.00 rage 12.00 Dr Oz Wild 9.00 Scope 9.30 Good 10.00 Mornings 12.00 Australian Story 1.00 The Smurfs: The Chef Bad Chef 10.00 Stories 12.00 The Middle Legend of Smurfy From The Harbour 11.00 The 12.30 The New Adventures 12.30 From The Ashes 1.00 Face Painting With Hollow (G) Doctors 12.00 The Living Room of Old Christine Bill Leak: 1.30 That ‘70’s Show Encore 1.00 The Afternoon 1.00 The Afternoon Movie: Tilly Devine 2.00 2013 AFL Season Movie: Living Out Loud (PG) Arthur (PG) 1.30 Movie: The Living Teams T.B.A. 3.00 I Fish 4.00 What’s Up 3.00 Getaway Doll (PG) 5.30 Out Of The Blue Down Under 3.30 National News Special 3.10 Movie: The Restless 6.00 Seven News 4.30 Election 2013 4.30 TEN News Breed (PG) 6.30 2013 AFL Season 5.30 National News 5.30 The Election Project 4.30 Election Night Preview Teams T.B.A. Saturday with Hugh Riminton 5.30 Australia Votes: 10.30 I Shouldn’t Be Alive 6.00 Election 2013 9.35 2013 Castrol Edge Election Night: The 11.30 That ‘70’s Show Rugby Championship 10.00 Election 2013: The Vote Count 12.00 Desperate Housewives Reaction Aus V South Africa 10.30 Australia Votes: 11.00 The Late Movie 12.10 2013 Formula 1 1.00 Special: Southern Election Wrap Matchstick Men (M) Italian Grand Prix Belle - Georgia 1.30 rage 1.30 The Late Late Movie 1.05 48 Hours 2.00 Southern Belle 5.00 rage Restraint (M) 2.00 Home Shopping Tennessee 7 MATE 2.00 Syle In Steel 2.30 ELEVEN 12.00 Star Trek: Deep ONE HD 2.30 Trick My Truck 3.00 Demolition Day 3.30 Wild Justice 4.30 Space Nine 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Flip Men 3.30 Savage Family Diggers Monster Nation 5.30 Mythbusters 6.30 Cheers 4.00 Britain & Irelands Next Top 4.00 The WWE Experience 5.00 Big Movie: Addams Family Values (PG) Model 5.00 America’s Next Top Model Fish, Small Boats 6.00 Get Smart 6.30 8.30 Movie: Aeon Flux (M) 10.30 Movie: 6.00 Sabrina 6.30 Reef Doctors 7.30 M*A*S*H 7.00 Trick My Truck 7.30 Unstoppable (AV) 12.30 30 Rock MasterChef Encore 9.40 Reno 911!: Miami Rugby: Aus V Sth Africa 10.05 Italian GP
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Brand Developer 6.00 Totally Wild 7.00 H2O 6.00 Bubble Guppies 1.00 Il Trittico 7.00 Weekend Sunrise - Just Add Water 7.30 Shezow 6.30 Dora The Explorer 2.00 Piano Notes 10.00 The Morning Show 8.00 Vic The Viking 8.30 Totally 7.00 Weekend Today 2.15 The Beauty of Maps 12.00 Dr Oz Wild 9.00 Scope 9.30 Good 10.00 Mornings 2.50 Piano Notes 1.00 Possum’s Club Chef Bad Chef 10.00 The Bump 12.00 Financial Review 3.00 Lily Cole’s Art Matters 1.30 Great Migrations 1.00 The Living Room Encore Sunday 3.55 Up To The Sky 2.30 2013 AFL Season 2.00 Jamie’s American Road 12.35 T.B.A. 4.30 PBS Newshour Teams T.B.A. Trip 3.00 I Fish 4.00 What’s Up 4.00 National News Special 5.30 La Vuelta 2013 6.00 Seven News Down Under 5.00 Election 2013 Daily Highlights 6.30 2013 AFL Season 6.00 National News 4.30 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 My Family Feast Teams T.B.A. Saturday 5.00 TEN News 6.30 World News Australia 11.00 I Shouldn’t Be Alive: 6.30 Election 2013 6.00 The Election Project 7.30 Wildest Islands 50 year old Lincoln 10.30 Election 2013: The with Hugh Riminton 8.35 Eddie Izzard’s Hall is struck by a Reaction 10.05 2013 Castrol Edge deadly form of altitude Rugby Championship 11.30 The Late Movie Marathons For Mandela sickness on the Matchstick Men (M) Aus V South Africa 9.30 Film: Monsters descent of Mount 2.00 The Late Late Movie 12.40 2013 Formula 1 11.10 Short: For You I Will Everest and is left Restraint (M) Italian Grand Prix Fight for dead at 28,000ft 3.55 WIN Presents 1.30 Infomercial 11.30 La Vuelta a Espana 12.00 Desperate Housewives 2.30 Home Shopping 4.05 Danoz Stage 14 4.30 Fresh Prince of Bel-Air 4.30 It Is Written 1.30 Shameless 1.00 Home Shopping GO 1.30 TV Home Shopping 2.00 Big GEM 1.20 Movie: The Candidate (PG) 7 TWO 2.00 Horse Racing 5.00 The Brother 5.00 Movie: The Ant Bully (G) 3.30 Movie: The Music Man (G) 6.30 Travel Bug 6.00 2013 Federal Election 7.00 Australia’s Got Talent 8.30 Movie: Secret Dealers 7.30 Antiques Roadshow (Live) 6.30 Borderline 7.00 Coastwatch Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows 8.30 CSI: NY 9.30 CSI: Crime Scene Inv. 7.30 Billy Connolly’s Rout 66 8.30 Cirque (M) 11.30 Elektra 1.30 Movie: Jindabyne 10.30 The Mentalist 11.20 The Closer Du Soleil: Mystery of Mystere 10.00 (M) 4.00 Conan 4.50 Flash & Dash Megastructures 11.00 Colour of War 12.20 Movie: Klute (M)
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TV GUIDE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Doc McStuffins 6.00 Life Today With James 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend 6.30 Mickey Mouse Robison 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Breakfast: Australia Votes 9.00 Clubhouse Totally Wild 8.00 Wonderful Today 10.00 Financial Review Insiders 10.00 Inside Business 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Isolation 9.00 Good Chef Bad Sunday 10.30 Wide World of 10.30 Offsiders 11.00 The Last 10.00 AFL Game Day Chef 10.00 The Bolt Report Sports 11.30 The Footy Show Race 11.30 Songs of Praise 11.30 Man Up! 10.30 Meet The Press 11.30 (AFL) 1.00 Neighbours At War 12.00 Landline 1.00 Gardening 12.00 Dr Oz Everyday Gourmet 12.30 Horse 1.30 T.B.A. 3.00 Australia’s Got Australia 1.30 12 Canoes 1.00 World’s Strictest Trade 1.30 Wildlife Warriors Talent 4.30 Building Ideas 2.00 Football: SANFL: Parents 2.00 The Afternoon Movie: A Teams T.B.A. 5.00 News: First At Five 2.00 2013 AFL Season Family Thanksgiving (PG) 4.00 5.30 South Aussie With Cosi 5.00 Midsomer Murders Teams T.B.A. The Bolt Report Encore 6.30 Compass 6.00 National News 5.30 SA Life 7.00 ABC News 6.30 Australia’s Got Talent 4.30 Meet The Press 6.00 Seven News 8.00 Grand Designs 7.30 60 Minutes 5.00 TEN News 6.30 The X Factor 8.45 The Time Of Our Lives 8.30 T.B.A. 6.00 The Simpsons 8.00 T.B.A. 9.45 Rebirth 9.30 The Mentalist (M) 6.30 Modern Family 9.00 Bones 11.30 Wood Allen: A 10.30 CSI: Miami (M) 7.30 T.B.A. 10.00 Castle (M) Documentary: Part 2 9.00 Graham Norton Express 11.30 Southland 12.00 Australia’s Deadliest 12.50 Movie: Annie Hall (M) 9.30 Graham Norton Show 12.30 Financial Review Destinations 5 2.25 Midsomer Murders Sunday 10.30 Last Man Standing 1.00 House Calls To The 1.00 Rugby: Knights V Eels 4.00 The New Inventors 11.30 2013 Formula 1 Rescue 4.30 Catalyst 3.00 The Middle Italian Grand Prix 7 MATE 1.30 Demolition Day 2.30 ELEVEN 12.30 So You Think You ONE HD 2.00 Rugby: Aus V Sth Wild Justice 3.30 Monster Nation 4.30 Can Dance - Encore 2.30 Neighbours Africa 4.00 Adventure Angler 4.30 Places Mythbusters 6.30 Movie: Wall-E (G) 8.30 - Special Encore Presentation 5.00 We Go 5.00 What’s Up Down Under 5.30 Movie: Mission: Impossible III (M) 11.20 Merlin 6.00 Sabrina 6.30 Everybody I Fish 6.00 M*A*S*H 6.30 Loaded 7.00 Deadliest Warrior 12.20 30 Rock 1.20 Loves Raymond 7.30 The Simpsons Cops 7.30 Extreme Fishing 8.30 Movie: Crank Yankers 1.50 Trigger Happy TV 8.00 Futurama 8.30 Movie: Napoleon Paranormal Activity 2 (M) 10.30 48 Hours 2.50 Wild Justice Dynamite 10.30 Wilfred 11.00 The Office 11.30 Black Gold 12.30 The Good Guys
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SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 9.00 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold & The Business Today 10.00 For The 11.00 National News 11.30 Seven News Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s Kitchen Juniors 10.25 Backyard Science 12.00 The Midday Movie 10.00 Reef Doctors 11.00 T.B.A. 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 10.45 Food For Thought Midwives (M) 1.00 The Doctors 1.00 Rescue Special Ops 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday 2.00 The Daily Edition Report 12.30 As Time Goes 2.00 Extra 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 The Chase By 1.00 Midsomer Murders 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Judge Judy 4.00 Seven News at 4 2.35 Choccywoccydoodah 3.00 3.00 National News Now 3.30 Huey’s Kitchen 5.30 Deal Or No Deal Children’s Programs 4.00 National News 4.00 Totally Wild 6.00 Seven News 5.30 Hot Seat 4.30 Bold & The Beautiful 5.30 ABC News: Early 6.30 Today Tonight 6.00 National News 5.00 TEN News 6.00 Country House Rescue 7.00 Home And Away 6.30 A Current Affair 6.00 The Simpsons 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The X Factor 7.00 Big Brother 6.30 The Project 7.30 7.30 (SA) 8.40 Mr Selfridge (M) 8.30 The Amazing 80’s 7.30 T.B.A. 8.00 Australian Story 10.35 Talking Footy 9.30 Footy Classified 8.30 Wanted 8.30 Four Corners 11.30 30 Rock 10.30 Two And A Half Men 9.30 Blue Bloods 9.20 Media Watch 12.00 Celebrity Juice 11.30 Episodes 10.30 TEN Late News 9.35 Q&A 1.00 Home Shopping 12.00 National News Late 11.15 The Project Encore 10.35 Lateline 3.30 Sons And Daughters 12.00 The Late Show 12.30 A Current Affair 11.10 The Business 4.00 NBC Today 1.00 Nikita 1.00 Home Shopping 11.35 Dalziel And Pascoe 5.00 Sunrise Extra 2.00 The Avengers 5.00 Life Today 1.10 The Last Picture Show 7 MATE 12.00 Homicide 2.00 Motor ELEVEN 2.00 Judging Amy 3.00 ONE HD 2.00 LA Hardhats 3.00 The Mate 3.30 Dream Car Garage 4.30 Pimp Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King Biggest Loser USA 5.00 ET’s Fishing My Ride 5.30 Seinfeld 6.30 How I Met of Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 Classics 5.30 I Fish 6.00 M*A*S*H 6.30 Your Mother 7.30 Auction Kings 8.30 Happy Days 5.30 The Brady Bunch 6.00 Get Smart 7.00 Cops 7.30 Savage Pawn Stars 9.30 American Restoration Sabrina 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond Family Diggers 8.00 Flip Men 8.30 10.30 American Pickers 11.30 Bid 8.00 Raising Hope 8.30 Torchwood 9.30 Movie: Rat Race (M) 10.55 2013 Formula America 12.00 30 Rock Beauty And The Beast 10.30 The Gates 1 Italian Grand Prix
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SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 9.00 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold & The Business Today 10.00 Behind 11.00 National News 11.30 Seven Morning News Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s Kitchen The News 10.30 My Place 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday 12.00 The Midday Movie 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef Final Justice (M) 10.30 Recruits Paramedics 1.00 Rescue Special Ops Report 12.30 Compass 1.00 2.00 The Daily Edition 11.00 T.B.A. 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Q&A 2.00 The Private Life Of 2.00 Extra 3.00 The Chase The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Children’s Programs 5.30 4.00 Seven News at 4 Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 ABC News: Early 6.00 Country 3.00 National News Now 5.30 Deal or No Deal Huey’s Kitchen 4.00 Totally Wild 4.00 National News House Rescue 7.00 ABC News 6.00 Seven News 4.30 Bold & The Beautiful 5.30 Hot Seat 7.30 7.30 (SA) 6.30 Today Tonight 6.00 National news 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 5.00 TEN News 7.00 Home And Away 6.30 A Current Affair 6.00 The Simpsons 8.30 Rise Of The 7.30 Border Security 7.00 Big Brother 6.30 The Project Continents 8.00 The Force - Behind 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Recipe To Riches 9.30 At The Movies The Line 9.30 Late Night Feast 8.30 Under The Dome 10.00 Jennifer Byrne 8.30 Winners & Losers 10.30 2 Broke Girls 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles Presents 9.30 Body Of Proof 11.30 Extra 10.30 TEN Late News 10.30 Lateline 10.30 T.B.A. 12.00 National News Late 11.15 The Project Encore 11.05 The Business 11.30 Go On 12.30 A Current Affair 12.00 The Late Show 11.30 Four Corners 12.00 It’s Always Sunny in 1.00 Nothing Trivial 1.00 Home Shopping 12.20 Media Watch Philadelphia 2.00 Seaway 5.00 Life Today 12.35 Escape From Alcatraz 7 MATE 12.00 Homicide 2.00 Motor ELEVEN 12.00 Charmed 1.00 Star ONE HD 2.00 Meteorite Men 3.00 Mate 3.30 Dream Car Garage 4.30 Trek Voyager 2.00 Judging Amy 3.00 The Biggest Loser USA 5.00 ET’s Fishing Pimp My Ride 5.30 Seinfeld 6.30 How I Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King Classics 5.30 I Fish 6.00 M*A*S*H 6.30 Met Your Mother 7.30 Movie: Meet The of Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 Get Smart 7.00 Cops 7.30 Frontiers of Robinsons (G) 9.00 Family Guy 9.30 Happy Days 5.30 The Brady Bunch 6.00 Construction 8.30 Cops: Adults Only 9.30 American Dad 10.00 Family Guy 11.00 Sabrina 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond Wanted 10.30 71 Degrees North 11.30 American Dad 12.00 30 Rock 7.30 Rules Of Engagement The Defenders 12.30 Trick My Truck
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revs into action this weekend The Millicent Sand Buggy Club have been pulling out all the stops in the lead up to this weekend’s Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro, with the I’s dotted and the T’s crossed, all is on schedule for a successful fourth and final round for the ARB Australian Off Road Racing Series along with the concluding round of the South Australian Off Road Racing Series. The event, which is renowned for its dust free racing, is taking shape with track works well underway, including some reshaping of a few jumps and some slight alterations to the quarry prologue track. The battle at the front of the 65 strong field will be fierce with ARB Australian Off Road Racing Series leader Glenn Owen up against last year’s event winner Matt Hanson and looking to hold off Danny Brown as they vie for the right to wear the inaugural series crown. The 71km
track winds its way through the Tantanoola Pine Forest on the outskirts of Millicent and through the Teagle Quarry arena, whose natural amphitheater showcases the awesome off road racing machines to the large spectating crowd. The drainage work undertaken in previous years has paid dividends with the quarry area ready and waiting for competition to get underway on Saturday. Full catering will be available trackside and for those unable to get to the event, all the action will be streamed via the LIVE Track PA broadcast on offroadracing.com.au. Follow the Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro facebook page for latest information on the event.
October 5 - Australian Pedal Car Grand Prix - Coleraine - 12noon – 5pm The Australian Pedal Car Grand Prix is a community event, to raise funds for the Coleraine and District Hospital and The Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation. It is a fun, healthy, environmentally friendly event, which sends competitors racing around the streets of Coleraine, in the picturesque Western District of Victoria.
Left (bottom) - 2012 winner Matt Hanson. Left (top) - Hanson in action in his ProBuggy during the 2012 event.
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The Petrol Heads Picnic replaces the club’s Show ‘N’ Shine which has returned to be held in conjunction with Autofest in January. But to give members and enthusiasts a taste of all things horsepower, the Ocotber 5 event offers free entry for cars and drivers and a gold coin donation for everyone else.
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