Lifestyle1 magazine Issue 498

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It’s not about looking younger... It’s about looking great for your age! See page 4 for details


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local member in unfamiliar territory

Tony Pasin is used to being in charge but the new Federal Member for Barker elect finds himself in unchartered waters. Last Friday he headed to Canberra for his first party room meeting since the Federal election and he was nervous and bracing himself for another unfamiliar role - sitting, listening and learning. “This is an experience I haven’t felt for a long time probably since I left for university and arrived at the boarding college for the first time,” he said. “You are set to meet a group of people you don’t know but will be working with and it’s a strange feeling.”

“I’ve always found the quickest way to learn is to work with good people and that’s what I intend to do.” TONY PASIN Those who have seen Tony Pasin addressing a Mount Gambier City Council meeting or arguing a case in court would find it hard to

reconcile the relieved and nervous man that has emerged since his pre-selection as the Liberal candidate for Barker. “Everyone else was confident but I was anything but,” Mr Pasin said. “Even on election night, others were saying we had won and the news was positive from the scrutineers but I wasn’t prepared to call it until about 8.30pm.” In a rare, candid admission, the Member for Barker elect admitted to many a sleepless night heading into the September 7 poll. But while the usually robust, confident Mr Pasin will be keeping his mouth shut for now, choosing to observe and learn, he is determined to develop into a strong local member and rise through party ranks, sooner rather than later. His local college expects no less either. Mr Pasin already has an extensive to-do list. “I really want to work towards achieving an MRI licence for Mount Gambier,” he said. “I want to be a strong voice for agriculture in this government and seeing what we can

do to take the load off small business because that’s what drives the economy.” Mr Pasin also believes his well-rounded background will help him be a strong local member. “I was raised on the family farm and worked side by side with my dad there, I watched mum run her successful retail business and I am a lawyer,” he said. “I feel that has helped me relate to all industries and people

“I want to be a strong voice for agriculture in this government” TONY PASIN from all walks of life.” Overwhelmed and relieved were the primary emotions Mr Pasin felt when the election result fell his way but he is now well and truly in work mode, despite the fact the official result is not expected to be released until early next month. “You believe in yourself but whether others outside believe in you is always the unknown,” he said. “It’s a really personal experience

so when people tell you not to take things personally, in reality that’s impossible.” Aside from Friday’s orientation, party room meeting and general Canberra orientation, Mr Pasin is focussing on setting up his Mount Gambier and Murray Bridge offices and finding the right staff to work alongside the new member as he looks to embark on his political journey and representing the people of Barker in the halls of power in the

and they’re racing... September 29 Coleraine Cup Coleraine Racecourse 11am-6pm

Coleraine is the home of Australia’s oldest steeplechase – it was first run 154 years ago. The Great Western Steeplechase was first run in 1857 and famed poet and horseman Adam Lindsay Gordon rode in this steeplechase and penned the poem On the Fields of Coleraine. It is a great day for families with plenty of food, fashion and fun. - 003

national capital. While Mr Pasin expects to establish some strong mentoring relationships within the party room, he has already been seeking the guidance of two of the Liberals most respected and long serving politicians, who have now embarked on life outside of politics - Nick Minchin and Neil Andrew. He has also already built strong ties with Member for Wannon Dan Tehan, with the two keen to reinvigorate the

Greater Green Triangle region. “I share a lot more in common with Dan (Tehan) and our electorates than I do the other major rural electorate in South Australia, being Gray,” Mr Pasin said. “I’ve always found the quickest way to learn is to work with good people and that’s what I intend to do.” While his schedule will not improve drastically from the 20 hour days he was working during his 18 months of campaigning, he was

looking forward to last Saturday. “Fiona (wife), Bella (daughter) and I are spending the full day together - the first time that has happened since this all started and I’m really looking forward to it,” he said. Above - Tony, Fiona and Bella Pasin casting their vote at Melaleuca Park Primary School on election day. Photograph courtesy of Trevor Jackson at The Border Watch


years younger and stay that way At Medical Cosmetic Centre they like to call this positive aging. More and more people are discovering that antiwrinkle injections help them look and feel fresher. If you are thinking that you look more tired than you feel, or if your frown lines make you look worried or cross, then anti-wrinkle injections may be for you. “I can still remember the first time I heard of anti-wrinkle injections as a cosmetic treatment - that was 1989, 24 years ago,’’ said patient coordinator Cathryn Kerry “We all discussed it at work the next day and decided it couldn’t possibly take off; people wouldn’t ever accept that kind of treatment around their eyes. How wrong we were?” These days, anti-wrinkle injections

are an everyday treatment at Medical Cosmetic Centre. It is a treatment that many people have all grown to love. Nothing beats it for targeted treatment of lines and wrinkles. Anti-wrinkle injections will make the most difference for those who are time poor, because it is safe, simple and quick. “At Medical Cosmetic Centre, our clients enjoy regularly indulging themselves with anti-wrinkle treatments,” Ms Kerry said. You can read about antiwrinkle injections frequently in the women’s magazines, so if we are so comfortable with these injections, what stops other women from having them as well? Cathryn Kerry answers some of Your questions Is one of these stopping you

from looking great for your age? Top four reasons why women don’t have anti-wrinkle injections: 1. I don’t want people to think I’m vain and I’m worried what others will think. This has to be the number one reason, even amongst those people who do have anti-wrinkle injections. Most of our clients don’t discuss it with friends and partners. Time will change this. More and more women and men are seeing anti-wrinkle injections for what they are – a simple cost-effective solution to grumpy lines. Eventually, it will become commonplace – we will accept it in the same league as colouring our hair or wearing make-up – it’s a

personal choice. 2. Is this the beginning of the end – where do we draw the line with cosmetic procedures? This reason also has ties to the fear of vanity. We are so conditioned that vanity is a bad thing, yet we know that we are also judged by how we look. How often do we hear comments like “hasn’t she let herself go”? On the hand, we wish that we didn’t “judge a book by its cover” – but we know that it happens and that we do it ourselves. At the Medical Cosmetic Centre, we always tell people to address the things that bother them and leave the rest. In the end, cosmetic treatments have to be about making you feel better and more confident. 3. My husband/partner

Above - A before and after shot of crow’s feet treated with anti-wrinkle injections. The images have not been altered in any way. Results may vary.

doesn’t want me to have it. I’m surprised that in this day and age of enlightened and liberated women how often this objection comes up. Perhaps it is more about keeping the peace, but I’m not sure how well our partners would react to our objections to their fishing or footy trips. 4. I’m scared of needles. We have plenty of clients who are scared of needles, but it doesn’t stop them from having anti-wrinkle injections because they absolutely love the difference. It’s amazing how looking in the mirror and seeing the results helps to dampen down those fears. So despite the needles, the naysayers, and the judgmental spouses, for the last 24 years, anti-wrinkle injections have become more popular with each passing year. There’s no doubt that you know at least one person who has them – they just haven’t told you yet. And if that hasn’t put your concerns to rest, here’s just one more reason to book in ... Call Cathryn Kerry at the Medical Cosmetic Centre on (08)8367 0111 and book your FREE consultation with Dr George Kerry on Friday, October 11, at 15B Sturt Street Mount Gambier. And don’t forget to ask about our dermal fillers to enhance lips and smooth creases, folds and wrinkles.

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on this day


hall turns 150

SEPTEMBER 16 1620 - The Mayflower starts her voyage to North America. 1975 - Australian Idol runner-up in series one, now music success story Shannon Noll was born.

An exhibition commencing at Portland Arts Centre next week will commemorate the 150th anniversary of Portland’s historic Town Hall. On September 21, 1863, the foundation stone for the new Portland Town Hall was laid by William Learmonth, Chairman of the Municipality

of Portland. The day was a great occasion and council declared it a public holiday. A procession from Market Square to Cliff Street was led by the town band and followed by the Volunteer Rifle Corps, various orders of Masons, the Town Councillors, clergy, school children and local citizens. Around

1000 people joined the festivities. Built at a cost of £617 3d, the new town hall officially opened on Queen Victoria’s birthday, May 24, 1864, but to much less fanfare, with only about 50 people attending the official opening. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Karen Stephens said that highlights of the exhibition are the original 186263 drawings from a Council-initiated competition to design the new town hall, by two of the three entrants - engineer John Barrows, and the winner of the competition, surveyor and architect Alexander

Ross. “This is possibly the first public showing of these drawings since the building’s inception,” Cr Stephens said. “The exhibition also includes some fascinating photographs showing the changing face of the town hall over time; the trowel used to lay the foundation stone; and portraits of Portland’s past mayors dating from the earliest days of local government in the 1850s to the mid 20th century.” Portland Town Hall housed the administration for the Borough, and later, Town of Portland until 1970. Now known as History House, the former town hall is home to the Portland Family History Group and a social history display from Council’s Cultural Collection. The exhibition will be officially opened by Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Karen Stephens at Portland Arts Centre at 5.30pm this Tuesday. Everyone is welcome to attend. The exhibition continues until October 11.

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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

6 Oldham Close Mount Gambier


ed • This beautifully designed 3 level home is construct 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. • Large family/guest room with store rooms/workshop • This quality home is set amidst landscaped gardens




5 Frewville Place Mount Gambier


• Central but secluded location • Neat single bedroom home, kitchen, lounge room plus large second living area. • Compact allotment of 586m2 • Longer term opportunity to redevelop • Attached Carport



3 Bertha Street Mount Gambier

• 3 bedroom stone home with entrance hall and lounge with gas heating. Kitchen/dining room with open fire place. • Additional porch at rear. • Large garage measuring 8mx6m plus car port. • Land area of approx 753m2



$165,000 + SAV




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

4 Howard Street Mount Gambier


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

8 Shellsea Court Pelican Point


2 $239,000

• Three bedrooms. Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room. • Tiled laundry. Tiled bathroom with shower, bath, vanity and separate toilet. Front and rear deck for entertaining. • Single garage UMR with internal and rear access • 5m x 7m (approx.) rear shed. 3 Bay shed. Bore that supplies the garden & 5000 gal rain water suppling house.


22 Lasletts Road Nelson


• Main bedroom with ensuite & BIR. Remaining 2 bedrooms with BIR’s + study • S/C wood fire with heat shifter and R/C A/C • Extra large open plan kitchen/dining/lounge • Enclosed entertaining area + beautiful garden BBQ area • 2 large sheds. 8m x 5m and 8m x 7m


9 Wallace Street Mount Gambier


• Three bedrooms, bedroom one and two both have B.I.R • Good size kitchen with electric cooking • Large open plan lounge / dining room • R/C Air con and open fire place. Single garage • Bathroom has bath, shower, and vanity & separate toilet • Manageable back yard with shed and wood shed



2 $395,000


• Large yard of approx 1022m • Garage, double carport, enclosed entertaining area







2 $590,000

• Three bedroom, two bathroom and a ‘to live for’ view. • Built in robes + walk in robe & ensuite in main bedroom. • Open plan kitchen/living which opens to a fantastic entertaining deck. R/C A/C + wood fire. • Views from the living room, bedrooms & elevated deck. d • 44,000 litres rain water + bore. Quality sheds establishe lawns and garden - 008

39 Wehl Street Mount Gambier

• 3 bedrooms, main with 2 x WIR, large ensuite plus open fire place • Extra-large dining/lounge room with S/C Wood fire • Open plan kitchen/dining room

• 2 living areas • Double stone garage & double carport

46 Beach Road Nelson




• Character stone home in great location • 3 bedrooms, main with built-in robes • Large allotment of 1019m2 • Zoned ducted gas heating

2 $400,000





37 Canavan Road Mount Gambier









4 Link Street Mount Gambier




OPEN Saturday


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Great location on main busy highway Easy to operate Long term lease Plenty of storage Easy family run business



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3 82 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier






• Three bedrooms, main has walk thru robe and ensuite, other two bedrooms have built-in robes • Open plan kitchen / dining room • Separate dining area plus large lounge room • Tiled bathroom with shower, bath and separate toilet Single garage plus small garden shed • Currently leased periodic at $250 per week.






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• Water connected to the property. • Option to purchase as a whole or divided into two. (Subject to planning approval)




44 Underwood Avenue Mount Gambier

• Fantastic position close to local general store/post office • Large block just one street back from the beach front. • 3 bay Colorbond shed with concrete floor.


OPEN Saturday

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20 Milstead Street Port MacDonnell










OPEN Saturday








Lot 2 and Lot 4 North Nelson Road 2 Lot 2 approx 787 m – $110,000. 2 Lot 4 approx 720 m - $80,000. Lovely panoramic rural Ave Moonah 3 Lot 2 outlook approx 980m - $115,000. • Bradford Court x 2 Two allotments approx 2,550m2 - $142,000 ea. 2 • Bradford Court 2,550m with large 15m x 7.6m Colorbond garage $174,000. • Vause Road Approx 2 ha, Colorbond shed and large rainwater tank - $259,000 • Lot 7 Moonah Avenue Approx 817m2 $95,000

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• 32 Sydney Street Approx 700m2 $87,500 • Lot 12-14 North Nelson Road, block 1 $75,000 and block 2 $85,000 or $150,000 for both. - 009

08 8723 0633 16 Kywong Court, Mt Gambier


13 Old Kent Court, Mount Gambier $284,000





6 Robin Street, Mount Gambier


• 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

WEB Id. 4715568 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

29 Bellshire Place, Mount Gambier AUCTION

333 Hinton Road, Suttontown

691 Nelson Road, OB Flat


Auction: Sat 28th Sept @11am on Site



7 Aramanta Drive, Mount Gambier $359,000








11.00-11.20AM • 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master with ensuite and wi robe • Formal lounge • Open plan Kitchen meals Family area • Spacious 3 way bathroom • Great outdoor patio area 3 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180


32 Millard Way, Kalangadoo








• Beautifully elevated on huge allotment of 2047m2 • Split level layout with main bedroom privately positioned • Huge formal lounge room & open plan family room • Step up to the large kitchen & casual meals area • Separate rumpus room/games room WEB Id. 5677969 3 2 1 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

• 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 Web Id. 5698843 4 1 3 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882

• 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

• Approx 2.9 acre property on 2 titles • 3 bedroom home • Lounge with gas heating • Horse stables with power • Brand new gas hot water system WEB Id. 5159311 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

30 Eglington Terrace, Mt Gambier

\2 Yeates Street, Mount Gambier


145 O’Neil Road, Worrolong

Allendale East


• 8 acres of country living with tennis court • 3 bedrooms + study & 2 updated bathrooms • 2 living areas with formal dining • Patio entertaining area & Self-contained Granny flat • numerous shedding & private lifestyle WEB Id. 5235386 4 3 6 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180









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SOLID INVESTMENT GREAT STARTER Stone home with near new roof 2 living areas and lovely kitchen Secure rear yard Direct Access inside from large carport

• 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

Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

21 Holloway Crescent, Mt Gambier

143 North Terrace, Mt Gambier





5 Pinecrest Court, Mount Gambier


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

$65,000 Web Id. 4678133

Bruce Auld 0428 849 882


2/24 Powell Street, Mount Gambier $215,000

REDUCED • 3 bedroom solid stone family home • Open plan living • Gas log fire in lounge • Freshly painted throughout • Fantastic outdoor BBQ, living area undercover WEB Id. 4906739 3 1 2 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

• Ex display home • Convenient location in popular Conroe • Raked ceiling & unique steps down loungeroom • Large formal dining room • Large family room & casual meals WEB Id. 5064858 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410 3 2 4

• 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

WEB Id. 5638464 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

17 Longmire Tce, Mount Gambier

89A, 89B, 89C Penola Road, Mount Gambier

16 Olinda Court, Mount Gambier





WEB Id. 5638581 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410




UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY, 3 COMMUNITY TITLED PROPERTIES 1. Solid Home - huge living area, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 4 bay carport – leased at $260 pw 2. Unit - 3 bedroom, open plan kitch/dining/liv, r/c a/c – leased at $210 pw 3. Unit – 3 bedroom, 2 way bathroom, dble garage UMR WEB Id. 5351512 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410

UNDER CONTRACT WEB Id. 5696862 Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410











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9 B a y Ro ad , Mou nt G am bier


WE HAVE TENANTS WAITING FOR YOUR PROPERTY NOW! Please contact Annette McLaughlin on 8723 0633 to list your property today!

BIG SHED 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

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

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RRLA L A 662833 2833

Elders Real Estate South East | 45 Holland Street | Kingston SE | 08 8767 2488 | RLA 62833


Sec 123 Springs Road




Auction: 11th Oct 2013 12:00 noon - On Site

“The Springs” - Section 123 Hundred of Bray Highly Productive land, 140.4ha (346 acres) in total. Featuring a beautiful homestead, 4 bedrooms and 2 living areas surrounded by majestic pines and colourful very pretty heritage garden. Large rooms, high ceilings, wide hallways, a very gracious, grand elegant home. Soils consist of heavy loams over limestone with gentle rolling undulation over the farm. Steel cattle yards with loading ramp, 3 stand shearing shed and hay shed all in a separate paddock close to house with easy pit. 4 bores, 1 windmill and a well, all in working order. Robe is 14kms or 7 minutes. School bus pick up from the main road along with delivery. This is the ideal life style property with the potential to add on more land if required. The successful purchaser has the first right to negotiate the water licence 308,880kl and 11 bay pivot. Robe/Bray is a tightly held area and this property has been in the Bowyer family name for 56 years. Inpsections by appointment. Web ID 5637027


Grant Schubert 0429 077 033

Elders Real Estate South East | 45 Holland Street | Kingston SE | 08 8767 2488 | RLA 62833

Robe 110 The Esplanade Auction: 11th Oct 2013 4:00PM - On Site

Long Beach at it’s Best




Much more than a beach house, this generously proportioned and tastefully decorated luxury coastal home is only a few metres from the entrance to Long Beach. Currently set up for holiday rental and achieving high occupancy at $600 per night, it would also make a magnificent permanent home. UPSTAIRS: Master bedroom with views accross the water to Robe town, ensuite and spa. Walls of glass flooding natural light into huge living spaces with panoramic views accross Guichen Bay to Baudin Rocks. Fully equipped kitchen with all mod cons adjoins dining area, flowing onto lounge. Wide sheltered balcony for soaking up the sun or alfresco dining. DOWNSTAIRS: 2 queen bedrooms plus bunk/bedroom, main bathroom, 2nd large entertaining area with bar and kitchenette. Two story glass looks though sheltered rear courtyard onto indoor heated pool complex.

Auction: 11th October 2013 at 4.00pm on site. Unless sold prior. Web ID 434248


Grant Schubert 0429 077 033 - 011

“We welcome back to our team from maternity leave Gail Richards. Whether you’re buying or selling, please contact Gail for all your real estate needs.”

Real Estate

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Buy Or Sell... See P & L

302 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

20495 Penola Road, Mount Gambier





First home buyers or investors needn’t look any further than this low maintenance stone home. Features include 3 bedrooms, (main with BIR’s), sep. lounge/dining with s/c wood heating, updated galley style kitchen with gas cooking & sep. large family/games room with s/c wood heating. Outside features include secure private backyard with low maintenance gardens, BI BBQ area with fernery, rear yard access, plenty of off street parking including 2 x DBL length single car garages (1 with workshop & 1 High Clearance). Ideal for boat, caravan or car enthusiast. Excellent value at an affordable $195,000 - this property won’t last long.

Charming Mt Gambier stone character home, located on a well laid out 4 acres on the northern outskirts of the city. With high ceilings & Baltic floorboards throughout, the inside of the home offers 4 bedrooms, dine-in kitchen with electric cooking, north facing formal lounge with gas heating, spacious bathroom including WC & laundry. Conveniently located off the rear sunroom is a 2nd toilet. Large windows throughout the home bring the outdoors in, allowing views to the property from every room, as well as inviting plenty of natural light. Shedding is ample with a 4 bay high clearance iron garage, as well as 3 bay carport. The land is fenced into 3 paddocks, ideal for horses, motorbikes and the like. Escape city life to this very affordable country property, still only minutes from the CBD.





OPEN SAT 10.00-10.30am

18 Montgomery Ave, Mount Gambier $249,000 W SE NE EA L RE

OPEN SAT 10.45-11.15am

2 Carapook Street, Mount Gambier $235,000

91 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier $165,000

OPEN SAT 11.30-12.00 noon





OPEN SUN 11.00-11.30am

1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier $432,000

OPEN SAT 12.15-12.45pm

OPEN SUN 11.45-12.15pm

 Inviting 3BR (all with BIR’s) 3 living area home, bursting with character & updated throughout  Renovated kitchen with redgum benches, d/washer & elec cooking  Office nook with BI desk, 2 x s/c heaters & large rumpus room with BI bar.  Huge outdoor entertaining area, excellent shedding 3 1 4

• 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

• 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 bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles • Renovated & very affordable first 3 1 2 home or investment property

4 Venice Court, Mount Gambier

2 Cockburn Street, Mount Gambier $182,000 W SE NE EA L RE

24 & 26 Queens Avenue, Mount Gambier $259,000 W SE NE EA L RE

1 Cockburn Street, Mount Gambier $189,000 W SE NE EA L RE

• Deceptively large 4BR home, offering everything you need for the growing family • Formal lounge with ducted gas heating, master BR with bay window, WIR & en-suite • Huge open plan living opening onto enclosed pergola with BI BBQ, bar & pizza oven • Remote dble garage UMR plus separate c/bond shed with power & concrete 4 2 4

• Inviting 3BR Mt Gambier stone home on generous 885m2 allotment • Kitchen with elec cooking & d/washer, lounge with s/ c heating, renovated bathroom, sep WC & gas HWS • Polished f/boards, new carpets, freshly painted in neutral colours • All the hard work is done, don’t miss this one – leased for $220/wk 3 1 2

• 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

• 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!

9 Tanglewood Crescent, Mount Gambier $294,000 W SE NE EA L RE

7 Comaum Avenue, Mount Gambier $399,500 W SE NE EA L RE

30B Peppermint Drive, Mount Gambier $275,000 L GE H&KA C PA

18 Swan Street, Mount Gambier


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

• Architecturally designed 4BR family home on 1017m2 allotment in a quiet residential area • Stunning features throughout include 100 y.o. carved cedar staircase & timberwork, leadlight doors, 3 living areas, gas & s/c heating, sunken dining • Resort style master suite with striking marble tiled ensuite & french doors onto 4 2 2 private balcony

• Value packed House & Land Package - 3BR, 2 bathrooms, remote dble garage UMR • Modern open plan living, spacious kitchen with walkin pantry, r/c air-conditioning, private alfresco area • Purchase brand new, save on stamp duty & choose colours to suit your taste • Ideal first home, investment 3 2 2

• Well presented 3BR family home adjacent reserve in sought after area • Renovated kitchen/dining with elec cooking, polished f/boards, large L shaped lounge with gas heating, s/c heating & a/c, central bathroom with spa bath • Detached games room/office, pergola, remote DBL garage UMR, secure rear yard 3 1 2




• 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

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

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991

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1 Kennedy Avenue, Mount Gambier

3 Millicent Road, Kalangadoo





Prominently positioned with excellent views over the city is the Blue Lake Motel, containing 24 rooms within close proximity to the CBD of Mt Gambier. Great family business opportunity with excellent potential for increase in trade. Features include; • 50 seat licensed restaurant updated in 2012 (not currently in use) • Commercial kitchen & bar facilities • Ideal setting for business meetings/conferences • 3 bedroom managers residence with private rear yard • 24 rooms including interconnecting family room • Guests kitchen & laundry amenities • Long lease available. Explore the outstanding options available in regional South Australia’s largest city & all that the Limestone Coast offers. For details contact Al Lamond on 8723 3416 or 0418 849 266.





Kitchen/dining with elec cooking & double glass doors to spacious lounge with gas heating • Tidy bathroom with original terrazzo flooring • Rear yard access, detached single car garage with power & concrete 3 1 1 • In conj with Gebhardts R/E

3BR with BIRs, L shaped lounge/dining with gas heating & s/s a/c, kitchen with walk-in pantry, elec cooking & b/fast bar overlooking 2nd living area • Remote single garage UMR with internal access, carport & c/bond shed with concrete, power & potbelly • An excellent investment or home for young couple or retiree 3 1 3

10 Heathfield Way, Mount Gambier $325,000

1 Highland Drive, Mount Gambier $329,000

• 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

• 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

19 Betula Road, Mount Gambier

11 Stonehaven Avenue, Nelson $265,000

• 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



• Fantastic fisherman’s retreat perfect for permanent living or family Summer holidays • 3BR (main with BIR & flat screen TV), spacious lounge with new carpet & gas heating, kitchen/dining with polished f/boards & new elec cooking • North facing deck with café blinds, double garage & 2nd access point. 3 1 2 Owen Pettingill - Lincenced Agent

Popular long established rural & general store, providing essential day to day services for the local community. Australia Post, hardware store and sole fuel outlet within Kalangadoo area with excellent returns. The retail shop is spacious & provides fantastic opportunities to expand into other retail lines. Two freehold titles available including separate garage, offering possibilities for establishing new business. Genuine reason for sale. For details contact Al Lamond on 8723 3416 or 0418 849 266


305 & 306 The Springs Road, Glencoe $369,000 W SE NE EA L RE

201 Wynham Road, Moorak

• 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

• 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





494 Kennedy Avenue, Mil Lel


RURAL LIVING AT IT’S BEST Situated atop of a picturesque undulating 40 Acres, you’ll find this immaculately presented solid brick 4BR family home, just minutes from the city. The home offers 3 living areas, incl formal dining & formal lounge with raked ceilings & s/c heating, casual dining & family room with gas heating, plus a huge rumpus room with ensuite facilities, ideal for separate living or work from home. A renovated 2 pack kitchen featuring elec cooking, d/washer & pantry overlooks a gable pitched pergola with magnificent northerly views. The spacious master suite offers BIRs, updated modern ensuite with floor-ceiling tiles, while the other bedrooms all have BIRs. Outside features incl remote double car garage UMR with internal access, 12mx7.5m c/bond shed, 9mx7.5m c/bond shed, 15mx7.5m machinery shed, cattle yards with ramp & crush, r/water, equipped bore, plus beautifully presented gardens. Phone for an inspection of this exceptional rural property on the edge of the city. - 013





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

APPRAISALS WANTED Call our friendly sales team today for a FREE no obligation market appraisal

List with Gebhardts Experience the difference 4 Knight Court


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17/184 Jubilee Hwy West


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Unique, low maintenance unit ideal for the occupier or investor. Fresh modern OPEN décor in immaculate SAT condition. Be quick 10.00-10.30 wont last long!

208 Vause Road, Wandilo


This deceptively spacious family home (34 sqm) has to be inspected to fully OPEN appreciate the sheer size of this stunning SUN property – view the 11.45-12.15 fantastic floor plan online!

3/6 Germein Ct, Port MacDonnell


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

1/35 Eglington Terrace

26 Coolabah Street


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57 Jubilee Hwy East



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Substantially upgraded throughout – new kitchen, carpet and paint. Solid OPEN construction with two living areas – SAT a real family home. 10.45-11.15 Be sure to inspect!


27 Victor Street


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Location Location Location! Superbly renovated throughout, this home will only impress. Simply move in and enjoy!

1001/3 Lake Terrace West


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Lovingly updated throughout with loads of appeal. Fresh modern decor and OPEN great entertaining. SAT This one will feel like 11.30-12.00 Home!

15-19 Hay Terrace, Kongorong


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

6 Pettingill Lane

22 Tumut Drive


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Perfect start for the first home buyer or those sizing down – picture perfect and exceptional shedding – a fantastic OPEN entertaining area, bonus study – inspect immediately SUN – you have been warned! 11.00-11.30

373 Cafpirco Road, Compton



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$385,000 20 acres approx

Lovely character home offering beautiful rural views only minutes from the city. Great affordable country living. Set amongst established grounds awaiting new owners.

10 Aquarius Court


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$285,000 Ocean Views

Only steps from the sand. The perfect beachside apartment for those wanting to lock up and leave lifestyle. Stunning views!

11 Earl Street


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Unit 1 & 2 - 23 Hart Street

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You will be sitting pretty in this lovely unit, a short stroll to absolutely everything. The City at your door.

93 Lake Terrace East

Ideal for those starting up or slowing down – close to everything! Solid construction, close to Reidy Park School, shops and the Blue Lake.




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$218,000 for both

Unit 1 - $132,000 Unit 2 - $99,000 A great investment or central inner city unit – walk to shops – restaurants & parkland – currently leased.


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1/48 Wehl Street North

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Absolute value buying at a never to be repeated price. Spectacular curved living offering 180 degree views and expansive balcony area. This property will only impress! Enquire now.

82 Bertha Street

Well located character 1950’s stone home offering rooms of large proportions. High ceilings, polished floors and four car accommodation. Will surely appeal.




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A fantastic spacious & as new townhouse within the city centre – stroll to the coffee shop & beautiful Vansittart Park!



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Exceptional executive living in a prestigious cul de sac. Minutes to the city centre & a short stroll to Tenison Woods College. Superior property on the city fringe - Inspect to be impressed!



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A central character cottage in a fantastic location – close proximity to Reidy Park School – city centre and beautiful Blue Lake!


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2 Charles St & 228 Commercial St Wst

310 Wehl Street North



$195,000 RENOVATE OR DEVELOP An opportunity is waiting – approx 970 m2 on 2 titles with 2 street frontages – popular western side of city – potential!

2 Bodey Street

$275,000 5200m2 approx

Prime development opportunity – in newly developed northern precinct – over 5200 m2 zoned residential – close to Hospital, Bus Service & Market Place (Big W) complex! - 014


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This luxurious executive family home is located in a quiet cul de sac, if you want the “Wow Factor” phone for an inspection immediately. It will have you at Hello!

9 Mulga Street


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A solid & spacious home only a stones throw from School, two living areas and large allotment, a short walk to Park, shops & entertainment- be sure to inspect!

4 Chute Street


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


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Luxury villa - inner city. “BRENT TOR” Situated in an inner city location, beautiful elevated allotment well set back from the street. Superb city views by day or night. Beautifully appointed and sympathetically restored.

Paul Chuck 0409 541 113

Jo Campbell 0409 240 223

Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246


Ph 08 8724 8088

RLA 1903


22182 Riddoch Highway - Mount Schank

4/20A Wyatt Street



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11-13 Bryan St, Allendale


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A solid family in an affordable country town, massive block with shedding – just minutes to the beach. A relaxed lifestyle awaits!

10B Old Kent Court


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5 Shepherd Street

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5 Ash Court



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Elevated & level allotment- quality local Builder & desirable location. Take advantage of the Building grant- buy now and add your touch!


Fantastic investment property – currently leased - great return – prominent location – further details on request


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In a new subdivison on the western side of the city, allotment size 791 m2 (approx) – great value!

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Be quick, this Funky Inner City pad will not last long. The perfect start, walk to absolutely everything!


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

30 Donovans Road Donovans 68 Milstead St Port MacDonnell 1 Shellsea Court Pelican Point 14 Donovans Road Donovans 3/6 Germein Court, Port MacDonnell 75 Meylin Street Port MacDonnell 163 Pelican Point Road Pelican Point 20 Dry Creek Road Donovans 6 Saunders Road Blackfellows Caves 19-21 Smiths Road Port MacDonnell 97 Meylin Street Port MacDonnell 87 Sea Parade Port MacDonnell 1 Sea Parade Port MacDonnell 86 Meylin St Port MacDonnell

$155.00 pw

$180.00 pw

• 2 bedroom unit • Built in robe in main • Kitchen with gas cooking • Lounge with gas heating • Bathroom/toilet/laundry • Single garage detached • No Pets • Available 4/10

• 2 bedroom unit • Both with built in robes • Lounge with gas wall furnace • Kitchen/ dine with electric cooking • Bathroom with bath • Separate toilet • Garage umr with internal access • No Pets • Available 3/10

4/60 Ferrers Street


$225.00 pw

Enchanting, superbly located inner city Bungalow, stunning character features – exceptional family home

• 3 bedroom home two bedrooms with BI Robes • Eat-in Kitchen with elec cooking • Lounge with gas log fire • Single carport umr/entertaining area • Low maintenance yard • Walking distance to street • No Pets • Available Now


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92 Gray Street


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


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$300.00 pw

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• 5 bedroom home • Four with BI Robes • Kitchen/dine with elec cooking • Formal lounge with gas log fire • Family room with sc wood heater • Office/Study • Small sitting room • U/c decked area • Single garage umr with internal access • Fully enclosed rear yard • Pets Neg • Available Now

• 4 bedroom home main with ensuite • Three bedrooms have BI Robes • Family room with BI Bar & open fire place • Lounge • Dining with sc heater • Kitchen with elec cooking & dishwasher • Study • Single garage & double carport umr • House on just under 1 acre of land approx • Pets Neg • Property is for sale & will stay on market for sale • Available Now


Great investment or 1st home with northerly aspects, excellent tenants and offers value buying – enquire now!

Lot 6 Shellsea Crt -Pelican Point $99,000 2 Coral Cove-Pt McDonnell $100,000 Lt 101 Carpenter Rks Rd- Carpenter Rocks $120,000 Lot 308 Private Road–Carpenter Rocks $130,000 Lt 101 Eight Mile Crk Rd-Eight Mile Creek $149,000 Lt 10 Eight Mile Crk Rd-Brownes Bay $165,000 63 Milstead St - Pt McDonnell $179,000 Lot 7 Eight Mile Crk- Brownes Bay $185,000 Lot 72 Eight Mile Crk Rd – Brownes Bay $230,000 Lot 29 Legoe St – Cape Jaffa $225,000 Lot 5 Pascoe Road-Pt McDonnell $325,000 Lot 11 Cnr Bay Rd & Lower Nelson RdPort McDonnell $395,000 + GST - 015

$230.00 pw • 3 bedroom home unit • Two with BI Robe • Kitchen/dine with elec cooking • Lounge with r/c air conditioner • Carport umr • U/cover patio area • Low maintenance courtyard • No Pets • Available Now

19280 Riddoch Highway

43 Lake Terrace West

COASTAL ALLOTMENTS $135,000 $198,000 $198,000 $199,500 $285,000 $289,000 $289,500 $290,000 $295,000 $310,000 $345,000 $399,000 $425,000 $585,000

3/2 West Street

49 Sturt Street

17 Gaden Street


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8 Wyatt Street

2/46 Derrington Street

Great investment opportunity offering 3 x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom flats in well maintained condition with excellent history – contact agent for further details.


110 Aramanta Drive

11A Calula Drive

You will be surprised by the size of this stunning & sophisticated townhouse – located in a quiet cul-de-sac location close to the city centre.


You will love living here, the perfect lifestyle property- a short drive to the City & the Coast- the perfect entertainer- just wait until you see the OPEN entertaining areas! SUN An absolute must 12.45-1.30 to view!

3/84 Bay Road


$340.00 pw • Good sized 3 bedroom home •All with built in robes & two with d’tables • Kitchen/dine with electric cooking & dishwasher • Lounge with gas heating & great views of the city • Double garage umr with 2 store rooms, toilet & h’basin • U/cover patio area & carport • Polished floorboards throughout living area • Completely renovated inside • Low maintenance yard & fantastic presentation • No Pets • Available Now

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3/84 Bay Road 3/2 West Street 3/184 Jubilee Highway West 216a Commercial St West 4/60 Ferrers Street

5 Allan Drive • Prominent location • 4 Offices separate to warehouse • Reception area • Ducted r/c heating/cooling system • Warehouse with 2 offices • 2 Kitchen’s • Security system • Toilets & separate showers, wash down area • Warehouse is approx 1271m2

RENTALS - HOMES $155.00 pw $180.00 pw $220.00 pw $230.00 pw $230.00 pw

• 10 Cardinia Street • 49 Sturt Street • 82 Bertha Street • 19280 Riddoch Highway • 92 Gray Street • 43 Lake Terrace West • 1 Jardine Street

$175.00 pw $225.00 pw $230.00 pw $300.00 pw $300.00 pw $340.00 pw $400.00 pw


Harrold Street • 46 Commercial Street West Cnr James Street and Bay Road • 9 Ramsay Avenue Law Street • 5 Allan Drive 96 Commercial Street East 165-167 Commercial Street East Gebhardts Property Management I 2/14 Helen Street, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8724 8088 / Fax 08 8724 8099 Lic Agents RLA 1903 ACN 008075027 REDUCED

OPEN SAT 12.00 - 12.30 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


Foxes Deli ICONIC X LOTTO AGENCY & SNACK BAR • Approved SA Lo o Agency backed up by a solid morning tea & lunch trade • Great city loca on • Modern well presented layout perfect husband and wife opera on • Regular loyal customer base • Consistent trading figures over many years

PRICED AT $315,000


25 Hay Terrace, Kongorong TRANQUIL COUNTRY LIVING




• Long established agency with a long history of strong profits • High profile and easily run with huge growth poten al • Long Lease • Well equiped with great plant & equipment • Contact John Overmaat for further details on 0417 874 286

67 Pinehall Avenue 7 2 HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE



• A rus c, split level pine log cabin on approx 3 acres within city limits • comprising of 4 bdrms + study, 3 with BI robes, a mber kitchen with elec cooking, dishwasher & lge pantry • Master bathroom plus ensuite to main • S/C hea ng & open fireplace • Including a second 3 bedroom home PRICED AT $449,000

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

PRICED AT $299,500



• 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



• Inground/ indoor solar heated swimming pool • 2nd shower< WC & vanity to serice the pool • Peaceful rear pa o BBQ area • Double enclosed carport with remote door • Enjoy some me out here with lots of op ons & a low maintenance lifestyle

PRICED AT $225,000




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



• Stone ex Trust home in great South East loca on • Beau fully upgraded offering 3 bedrooms • Lounge with feature gas heater • Stunning kitchen/dining with loads of cupboards • Centrally located bathroom • Roomy rear yard with pet hutch • Detached garage with remote control door

• Watch the planes come in to land from the living room window • Enjoy the 180 degree views of the city from the large balcony • Experience the tranquility of adjoining the Lakes reserve and access to the park like acres • A two story family home that features four bedrooms

PRICED AT $179,500

PRICED AT $675,000



– master with ensuite and WI robes • Large modern kitchen and dining with huge pantry • Si ng room with BI bar and formal dining • Central stair case linking the downstairs family room, billiard room, office, third bathroom and three car garage, workshop and storage area • Year round comfort with a ducted reverse cycle air

27 Sunset Drive A BREATH OF FRESH AIR!




• Three bedroom brick & le home adjoining to Council Reserve • Open plan kitchen / dining / family with gas hea ng & air condi oner • BI robes to all 3 bedrooms • Fabulous 3 way bathroom with double vanity • Separate shower and bath & separate WC • Sliding door to rear pa o & private rear yard with gazebo & bird aviary PRICED AT $247,000

RENTALS 6/1 CARAPOOK STREET $100 PER WEEK Bedsi er unit, kitchene e & bathroom. Sorry - NO pets.

Everything is LEASED!

OPEN SAT 10.30 - 11.00 5/22 Buronga Avenue STYLE AND POSITION






• Solid three bedroom home e high on the hill • Excellent flow and vision to the new ‘Woolies’ development • All bedrooms with BI Robes • North facing kitchen and living • Modern hostess kitchen with open plan dining & lounge • Private enclosed rear yard with detached lock up garage • Well presented spacious home e in a well regarded group

• 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

PRICED AT $209,000

PRICED AT $219,950



• Renovated bathroom with separate bath & shower and a 2nd WC • Private rear pa o and yard with BBQ alcove • Detached rear garage • Grand views across the city

We are looking for RENTAL PROPERTIES Call Steve on 0478 144 178

Phone (08) 8723 2121 55 Commercial St East, Mount Gambier John Overmaat 0417 874 286 Steve Auld 0478 144 178 Kim Cawthorne 0418 807 596 RLA 240002 - 016

Mount Gambier

156 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell



13 Woodhaven Place


8 Sunnyside Drive

2 Ellwood Court





OPEN SATURDAY 9.45 - 10.15AM WAKE UP TO THE SEA Three bedroom stone home well positioned on Port MacDonnell’s sea front road. Great sea views from lounge & bedroom 1. A generous dine in kitchen with gas stove. Either slow combustion or gas heating in lounge. Single garage with workshop & sleep out. Good size allotment of approx. 784m2. Bore with jet pump. Perfect seaside address.

155 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell




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.

5 Smith Street

2 Davis Crescent


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.

WIRED FOR SOUND Simply stunning 4 bedroom home located in Max Young Park. Built by reputable local builder. Comprising of large master suite with walk in robe and ensuite, with dble vanity. 3 remaining bedrms all double in size with b.i robes. Opulent 3 way main bathroom. Spacious formal and informal living areas. Games room ready for your memorabilia has a built in bar and spills to outdoor alfresco via sliding stacker doors, Music, Radio and TV wired to the whole house, means you’ll never miss a beat. Landscaped gardens front and rear. Double Garage with internal access, the buyer with are family is going to love this.

214 Wynham Road, Moorak



SEA FRONT OPPORTUNITY Rare opportunity to secure a good size allotment on the sea front at Port Mac. Approximately 784m2 with 19.8m frontage. Great views of the southern ocean. Older iron shed – good for storage. Build your dream seaside escape.

31 Sutton Avenue

AN EASY INVESTMENT Lovely executive rental. Comprising of 4 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and ensuite. Open plan kitchen, dine and family areas. Separate games room. Separate formal lounge. 3 way main bathroom. Enormous outdoor entertaining with all weather blinds. Low maintenance yards front and rear. Ducted Gas heating plus split system reverse cycle heating/cooling. An ideal entertainer or investment. Currently tenanted @ $350 per week.


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.

TRANQUILITY AWAITS WITHIN Lovely north facing, secluded home in desirable lakes location. Plenty of natural light with gorgeous city views. Three bedrooms + office. Lounge, formal dining + occasional dine & living with access to paved pergola. Functional galley kitchen with new dishwasher. Main bathroom with separate shower & spa bath. Second toilet. Double carport UMR + double garage. In conj. with SAL Real Estate.

15 Arlington Terrace


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

11 Woodcrest Close




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

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

Moorak Hall Road

77 Wireless Road West


NEST OR INVEST Well presented 3 bedroom stone home in excellent condition. Neat eat in kitchen, with gas cooking. Spacious lounge with gas heating. Polished floorboards throughout living areas. Good size rear yard with vehicle access. There’s plenty to love about this bargain. Close to TAFE. Affordable home living or perfect investment with projected rental income of $200 -$220 per week.


7 Shaughnessy Court




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

Colonial style brick home. 3 good size bedrooms. Open plan kitchen, dine and family. Spacious formal lounge and dining. Walk In Robe and ensuite to the main bedroom. 3 way main bathroom. Modern kitchen with gas cooking. Large rear pergola. Centrally located in a quiet pocket of the city.

5-7 Salesyard Rd, Allendale East

RENTALS Storage Shed - 4A Anderson St. Avail Now @ $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 1/102 Wehl St - Open plan kitch/ dining/ lounge. Gas cooking/ heating/ hot water. Bathroom w/ separate shower and toilet. Quiet block of 3 units. Sorry no pets. Avail Now @ $140 p/wk 3/102 Wehl St - Freshly painted 2 bedrm unit. Lounge & kitch w/ gas heating & cooking. Bathroom w/ new vanity. Sorry no pets. Avail 26/9/13 @ $150 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/


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weights or uncooked rice. Bake for 10 minutes. Remove paper and weights or rice. Bake for 10 minutes or until light golden. Cool for 10 minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 180°C/160°C fanforced. Whisk eggs, cream and garlic in a bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Combine onion, peas, zucchini, bacon and cheese in a bowl. Spread over pastry case. Top with egg mixture. Bake for 45 minutes or until just set. Stand for 5 minutes. Serve.

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You might have noticed a couple of months ago that I wrote an article about my infant son Shaquille. In it I said the crazy little man was a terrorist. Now that’s what we call a metaphor, children. It’s when you say that something (Shaquille in this case) is something else (a terrorist) because they have similar characteristics. Now obviously Shaquille is not a terrorist and that’s not a very fair comparison. Terrorists have some redeeming features, after all. At least they perform acts of terror for a reason or a cause that they’re fighting for. It’s not just random violence like a toddler. Anyway, I thought I’d share some of the other metaphors I considered to describe little Shaq. For a while I was leaning towards I have a new alarm clock that doesn’t work very well. Every night I set it to wake me at half past six but it goes off at half past ten, one and four. The idea with a metaphor is that it’s meant to compare

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something to something that it isn’t really and I’m starting to wonder if Shaquille might actually be some state of the art Japanese robot alarm clock. Seriously he is like clockwork. A tornado was another obvious metaphor choice. A tornado strikes from out of nowhere, destroying anything that happens to be in its path. The big problem with this metaphor is that a toddler isn’t really random enough to be compared to a tornado. A tornado could destroy absolutely anything. A toddler only wrecks things which are valuable or important. I can guarantee that if I leave a half read newspaper laying around, I will only need to leave it for a minute or so and it will be on the floor with pages spread from one end of the house to the other. Toast is the other thing I’ve had to become much more careful with. Murphy’s law dictates that it will always fall honey, peanut butter, jam or butter side down when he gets to it. That’s not exactly true mind you. One time recently my toast fell honey up. I spent all

day thinking about that one. How was it possible that it wouldn’t fall and leave the ground all sticky? I stared and stared at the toast. Was this a miracle? Was it a sign from God? And then it came to me. I’d put the honey on the wrong side of the bread. If he’s not physically pulling things apart then he’s vomiting on it. I don’t get that, by the way. I thought that humans vomited when they were sick. Shaquille does it as some sort of a 15 minute announcement after completing meals. Again he makes a point of especially doing it shortly after I’ve put on whatever it is that I’m going to wear for the day. After I rejected the tornado metaphor I thought about a white pointer shark. I’m sure he smells opportunities to cause trouble the same way a great white smells blood in the water. He waits for that opportunity and then pours his drink all over the laptop. Animal metaphors in general seemed pretty appropriate. He’s a viper with the quickness of his destructive strikes. He’s a squirrel scaling any structure he can get his leg up on. He’s

a dog looking for the next opportunity to play. Of all the animal metaphors, monkey was my favourite. Picture the chaos of a monkey loose in your house. Running, climbing, flinging poop… that’s not a metaphor mind you. That’s just me changing a stinky nappy. Don’t ask. Well, sorry I had to get all educational on you. I hope we all have a better understanding of metaphors now. I am Yoda to all of you my loyal Padawans. That’s another metaphor if you didn’t realise.You can literally, not metaphorically email me at

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LOCAL Patrick

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SEPTEMBER 15 1890 - Famous mystery writer Agatha Christie was born. 2003 - Pop sensartion Madonna released her children’s book - The English Roses.

hasn’t disappointed since. “The early indicators were there when ideal warming conditions throughout January led to an earlier harvest, producing wine which was very intense in citrus and lime from an early age, so while that first gold confirmed that it was a terrific wine, this latest award has really cemented that belief,” said Luke. The growing conditions for the 2012 riesling exceeded those for the 2010 vintage, which has proven to be another strong performer; the 2010 Patrick Estate Riesling won Gold at the





2010 Limestone Coast Wine Show, collected the trophy for Best Riesling, and was also named White Wine of Show. It also finished in the Top 5 in Winestate’s Wine of the Year tasting. “Our grapes are harvested from estateowned vineyards in both Coonawarra and the Wrattonbully wine region, and this Riesling is a fantastic example of what can be achieved in an Australian cool climate – it is true testament to the versatility of the regions in producing both awardwinning reds and whites,

and it is great to be recognised on a national stage for producing consistent, award winning Riesling,” Luke said. Patrick of Coonawarra’s Rieslings have won five trophies in the past four years and numerous medals since the highly acclaimed inaugural 2003 vintage, cementing their reputation as a truly consistent performer. Above - Winemaker Luke Tocaciu accepts the trophy for Best Riesling from chairman of judges, Huon Hooke.

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Laira goes one better in 2013 After coming so close in 2012, Brand’s Laira’s 171 Cabernet Sauvignon, has topped the tree at the 2013 Riverina Wine Show. Last year it was the 2009 vintage on show that finished runner-up, but this time round the 2010 Brand’s Laira’s 171 Cabernet Sauvignon was adjudged best dry red, as well as holding off strong competition for Best Still Wine of Show. International guest judge Madeleine Stenwreth MW said the highlights in the competition were

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recognised by the judges at the Riverina Wine Show and also that their newest vintage has excelled at this competition. “This is a fantastic follow on to the multi award winning 2009 vintage cabernet,” he said. “2010 was an outstanding vintage for us in the Coonawarra and has enabled us to produce cabernets which we believe are world class as well as amongst the best in Australia.”

successful, outstanding

The National Australia Bank Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Awards Presentation dinner for 2013 will be held at The Barn this Friday at 6.30pm. Awards to be presented cover several categories including Outstanding


truly great examples of Australia’s diverse regions at their best expression. “I was especially impressed with the classiness of the awarded cabernet sauvignon, the purity, elegance and restraint of cool climate styles of chardonnay, the 2013 semillons as well as the aged beauties of this unique variety”,” she said. McWilliam’s Wines chief operating officer and Brand’s Laira representative Jim Brayne, a said they are thrilled that the consistent quality of their wines has been

Retail Business, Service Business, Building/Manufacturing, Tourism/Hospitality/ Accommodation, Environment and Sustainability and Outstanding Small Business. Job Prospects sponsor the Outstanding Employee of the Year award, which will also be announced on the evening. The Border Watch are sponsors of the Hall

of Fame and this year three more long standing businesses in Mount Gambier will be recognised, being Stuckey Electrical Contractors, F T Shelton & Son and Matthews Hotels. The awards present an opportunity for businesses to be recognised for the service they provide and their contribution to our community, by employing locals and supporting local charities, schools and sporting groups. The Chamber of Commerce congratulates those businesses and employees who have been nominated for these prestigious awards and looks forward to celebrating with them on Friday at The Barn. Guest speaker at the dinner will be Nigel McBride CEO of Business SA. Tickets for the awards dinner are available from Chapmans Newsagency. The chamber encourages all members of the business community to attend the evening, to celebrate success and enjoy the opportunity to network with their peers in business. Above - 2012 Employee of the Year - Debbie Owen, from Caffe Belgiorno.

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LOCAL Dementia

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Glenelg Shire Council’s popular author talk series returns next week, when author Sharon Snir (pictured) visits

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LOCAL Toughing


Mount Gambier’s Tough Fit “Tough Tribe” completed a uniquely hard slog for charity recently, netting more than $7000 for Make-A-Wish Mount Gambier. A crowd of about 200 gathered at the Glenburnie Saleyards to watch the team challenge, which put team members Scott Thomas, Laura Thomas, Wendy Gray, Stephen Gray, Scott O’Dea, Nikki O’Dea, Jay Lane and Anna Thomas up against a 22.5 tonne Fennell Forestry B-Double. The Tough Tribe came up trumps in the end, taking

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Portland and Casterton on Wednesday to speak about her book Looking For Lionel. Sharon Snir is an author, counsellor, and

inspirational speaker, and Looking For Lionel is a blend of memoir, personal observation, and practical advice for friends and family of someone with dementia. The author talk event will coincide with Dementia Week which runs all this week. Glenelg Shire Mayor, Cr Karen Stephens said the author talk would be a fascinating event for book lovers as well as an important insight into the challenges faced by people living with dementia. “Looking For Lionel has been described as an ‘easy to read’ novel, that offers fresh ideas to help families and friends communicate,

understand and cope with a loved one with dementia,” Cr Stephens said. “It gives a unique and uplifting account of the power of relationships within a world of this common illness.” The author talk event will be held on Wednesday and will be held at both the Portland and Casterton libraries, with the Portland talk at 11am and the Casterton talk at 2pm. Entry is free and tea and coffee will be provided. There will be a book signing opportunity and copies of Looking For Lionel will also be available for purchase.

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close to five minutes to pull the truck along the 150m course and over the finish line. The impressive sponsorship tally was raised thanks to major sponsor Fennell Forestry and gold and silver contributors the Barry Maney Group, Trident Tyre Centre, Noel Barr Toyota, Tabeel Trading and Cummins South Pacific. Many more donations from local businesses and individuals meant an even larger sum for the popular children’s charity. Fennell Forestry managing director Barry

Fennell said the event had exceeded all expectations and was hopeful it would make a real difference to at least one local child in need of some fun and happiness in their life. “Secondary to the

charitable cause this event was established for, we are keen to demonstrate that our local timber industry is strong and willing to support our local community,” he said. All team members have been steadily preparing for the event at Tough Fit Health and Fitness Training Mount Gambier during recent months, but have amped up the intensity considerably in the lead-up to the truck pull and their next team challenge, Tough Mudder. Tough Fit owner and personal trainer Scott Thomas said he was pleased to see the long and at times, unpleasant, hours in the gym had paid off. “We thought that getting the truck moving would be the hard part, but really it was keeping momentum along the slightly-incline course that was the hard part. It was a true test of endurance and mental strength and I can assure you, it wasn’t easy,” he said. The Tough Tribe then turned its full attention to Tough Mudder, which was held on Phillip Island at the weekend, where the 20,000 expected participants are put through a hardcore 20km military style obstacle course in an overall test of strength, stamina, mental grit and camaraderie.


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There are some moments in life you just want to remember forever and Stacey Schack is committed to capturing those moments for you in her own, unique style. Specialising in maternity and newborn photography, it was when she gave birth to her first child that her passion for photography was reignited. “I have enjoyed taking photos since I can remember,” Stacey said. “That passion for photography was triggered when I had

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my first child and realised I wanted to capture every moment.” She bought her first digital SLR camera two years ago, established Stacey Schack Photography and has been building and developing her client base and her own skill set ever since. “I did a locally based mastering photography course but basically I am self taught,” Stacey said. “I want to be different, to bring something different to the table and for people to be able to look at an image and tell that it’s one of mine.” While the maternity and newborn work is her passion and area of expertise, Stacey also offers family, toddler and special occasion photography, as well as commercial work. Feeling equally comfortable working indoors or out, Stacey set up a shopfront and studio at Building 2, 43 Edgar Street in Heywood, three months ago. She has also formed a strong working relationship with Portland photographer Carmel Trickey and the duo are now providing photographic services to the Portland District Health Service. Above - A selection of Stacey Schack’s gorgeous newborn photography. - 028

mother & child tempt the tastebuds - snacks for the kids Vegie Nuggets 2 large (600g) sebago potatoes, peeled, chopped 1 teaspoon olive oil 1/2 small brown onion, finely chopped 1 medium zucchini, grated 1 medium carrot, peeled, grated 1/3 cup reduced-fat grated cheese 1 egg 1 tablespoon reduced-fat milk 1 cup dried multigrain breadcrumbs Olive oil cooking spray Sweet chilli sauce, to serve Method Preheat oven to 220°C/200°C fan-forced. Line a large baking tray with baking paper.Cook potato in a saucepan of boiling water for 10 minutes or until tender. Drain. Mash. Set aside to cool for 5 minutes. Meanwhile, heat oil in a frying pan over medium heat. Add onion. Cook, stirring, for 2 to 3 minutes or until softened. Squeeze excess liquid from zucchini. Combine zucchini, carrot, cheese and onion in a bowl. Add mashed potato. Season with salt and pepper. Stir to combine. Whisk

egg and milk together in a bowl. Add 1 tablespoon egg mixture to potato mixture. Stir to combine. Place breadcrumbs on a plate. Roll level tablespoons of mixture into 30 nuggets. Dip 1 nugget at a time into remaining egg mixture, shaking off excess. Coat in breadcrumbs. Place on prepared tray. Spray nuggets lightly with oil. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden. Serve with sweet chilli sauce.


Rice bubble bars Melted butter, to grease 105g (3 cups) Kellogg’s Rice Bubbles 75g (1 cup) granola 200g skim condensed milk 60g butter 80ml (1/3 cup) honey 65g (1/3 cup) milk choc bits Method Brush a 20 x 30cm rectangular cake pan with melted butter. Line the base and 2 long sides with nonstick baking paper, allowing the sides to overhang. Combine the rice bubbles and granola in a large bowl. Whisk the condensed milk, butter and honey in a small saucepan over low heat until the butter melts. Simmer, whisking constantly, for 10 minutes or until the mixture turns into pale caramel. Make a well in the centre of the cereal mixture. Pour in the hot caramel. Stir until well combined. Use the back of a metal spoon to press the mixture firmly over the base of the lined pan. Sprinkle with the choc bits and use your hands to gently press into the granola mixture. Place in the fridge for 6 hours or overnight to set. Use the overhanging paper to lift the slice from the pan. Cut into bars. Store in an airtight container for up to a week. - 029

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for mum’s reading pleasure.... JUST BETWEEN US


VARIOUS AUSTRALIAN WRITERS In Just Between Us, a host of Australia’s bestloved female writers bare all on this age-old quandary: Are female friendships all-natural and nurturing? Or are some more damaging than delightful? And most of all, what happens when female relationships go off the rails? And who is to blame? While falling in and out of romantic love is a well-documented experience, losing a friend rarely gets discussed. Which doesn’t mean the pain is less – quite the opposite, as we discover in this extraordinary collection of heartfelt fiction and non-fiction works that put female friendship in the spotlight. Nikki Gemmell looks at the hardwiring that keeps us bonded in tightly knit packs, but makes us feel oh-so-claustrophic in mothers groups and at the school gate. Melina Marchetta reveals the peculiar shame of being overlooked for the high-status netball positions of Centre and Goal Attack. Liz Byrski conducts a forensic examination of her own friendship history, and finds some uncomfortable patterns. And Merridy Eastman pens a letter from Helena to Hermia from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, which shines the light on one of literature’s most famously dysfunctional female friendships.

SUSAN HOLOUBEK A missing daughter, her distraught mother. A foreign country. A history of deceit. When Dee’s daughter, Corrie, decides to spend her gap year in Argentina, it seems like the perfect solution to their strained relationship. That is, until Corrie goes missing. Facing every mother’s worst nightmare, Dee boards a plane from Australia to launch a frantic search. Four years later, Dee returns to Buenos Aires for what she concedes may be the last time. But on this visit, a fresh lead triggers a new search – one where Dee must place her trust in strangers to help her navigate the vibrant but often threatening city. Dee’s search for Corrie is overshadowed by the fear that her failings as a mother may have had something to do with Corrie’s disappearance. To what extent is Dee to blame? And is this a question that she will ever be able to answer? Traces of Absence is a stirring and thoughtful portrayal of parenthood, guilt, faith and hope. And of the redemptive power of simple human kindness. Susan Holoubek was born in Melbourne in 1963. Her family moved to Adelaide in 1976. She has worked in education, community development and healthcare. Traces of Absence is her first novel.

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Australia’s leading stage actress, Helpmann Award winner Amanda Muggleton, reprises her role as genteel housewife and mother Deborah, who has an addiction. ‘I’m a bookaholic,’ she confesses. ‘I just can’t help myself.’ The spice of Deborah’s life is her book club. For the women who take part, it’s a meeting of minds – and their very different lifestyles. For Deborah, the club is a chance to gather the juicy gossip of her friends’ lives and relationships. But when a famous author joins the group for a study session, Deborah’s own life suddenly switches from an old wives’ tale to the stuff of erotic fiction. The ensuing affair takes her love of linguistics to a whole new level.

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set to host local artistic talent Art in the Sticks presents the third collective exhibition at Cluain, near Lucindale, in the woolshed and old shearers’ quarters, amidst aged red gums. The theme this year is ‘Family’. Artists include painters, an artisan furniture maker, photographer, jeweller, and an electrician moonlighting as milliner. Hamish is a painter and farmer and the man behind the Art in the Sticks exhibition. Hamish has since taken part and exhibited in many local as well as international events and exhibitions and has some of his works on permanent display at galleries and cafes. Known for his abstract, thought provoking work, Hamish uses the strong colours of enamel paint that imply boldness and

freedom. For this exhibition he is putting together a body of work relating to quite personal experiences of daily routines, views and comforts. Subjects deal with landscapes and small family endeavours. Gray Hawk is one of Australia’s leading creators of contemporary furniture using fine Australian timbers and exotic materials. A recent commission for the Australian Government was to design and fabricate the courtrooms of the Federal Law Courts in Adelaide. His King and Queen ‘Scy’ chairs will grace the shearer’s quarters at Art in the Sticks. Gray has built a reputation on creating creates exquisite objects for lovers of art, with most of his chairs taking upwards of 60 hours to craft. Mark de Nys is

the 2013 winner of the Coonawarra Vignerons Acquisitive Sculpture prize and will be exhibiting old works and new at Art in the Sticks. Rose Ampt (aka Miss Spark Milliner) creates fascinators to both relax and re-energise. “Lately I’ve been loving silk abaca: hand-dyed fibres from banana tree leaves woven with silk for luxurious shine,” she said. “It’s quite a contrast to my full time job as a qualified electrician and it’s glorious.” Susie Clarke’s paintings employ layers of colours and subtly collaged printed matter, with environmental backgrounds and simplistic line work becoming prominent features of her work. The end result are images that provide clues to content and interpretation, which Susie

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loves watching her clients and gallery customers draw their own conclusions to, and discover their own stories. “I have always loved the smaller things in life, like collecting eggs, walking in the rain, watching raindrops fall onto a puddle or riding a bike,” Susie said. Michael Collett lives and exhibits in the Barossa. Previously exhibiting at Cluain as p[art of last year’s SALA festival, Michael is returning to the Lucindale property for Art in the Sticks. Traci Chambers is a local artisan jeweller and resident of Beachport were she runs a workshop gallery and a small family right on the edge of the ocean. Her work moves with the tides through inspirations from the beautiful beach and it’s treasures, vintage objects and ways of life and family. She is also excited to let others find theirs in small, studio run workshops creating their own unique pieces. For this show she has embraced the theme family and applied it to the craft of crochet. Above (top) - One of Traci Chambers’ creations. Above (bottom) - Painting by Hamish.

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LOCAL Leadership A national leadership program has set Colac apprentice Will Bongers on the right path to long-term success. The Westvic Staffing Solutions apprentice was one of only 21 apprentices from around Australia to attend the Today’s Skills: Tomorrow’s Leaders national leadership program in Canberra last month. Will is hosted by BDH Constructions based in Colac and is employed through Westvic Staffing Solutions’ Group Training Organisation. Will has had his mind set on a career in construction since his early teens and the course has just confirmed he is heading in the right direction. “It was a great opportunity to get a clearer direction on where I want to go and it helped me realise that I really love what I’m doing and want to keep going long-term in the industry,” he said. “It’s a pity only 21 people get to go to the course – all of Australia should have this opportunity.” The conference hosted by Group Training Australia at the Australian Institute of Sport on August 18-23 and gave participants an opportunity to learn from other group apprentices and trainees and leadership experts.

at the gallery September 21 – November 17 Thomas Clark – The Wannon Falls and Beyond HAMILTON ART GALLERY, HAMILTON

The Wannon Falls and Beyond is the first comprehensive exhibition showcasing one of Australia’s great colonial artists, Thomas Clark. His body of work reveals a natural talent for skilfully depicting the early pastoral landscape of the picturesque Western District of Victoria. This will be the first major survey of the artist’s accomplished, yet mysterious, career and brings together his most significant works from some of the major collections and private holdings in the country.

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regional project unveiled Wednesday, September 18 - 2pm - Mount Gambier Civic Centre - The Mount Gambier and District community is invited to attend an information session to be conducted by members of the Peter’s Project Board. They will give comprehensive information about Peter’s Project, providing information about the regional cancer centre (including radiotherapy) to be established in Warrnambool. Contact Vicki Jellie for more information by emailing or calling 0439 000 955.

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It was designed to help participants to manage their careers and to take their leadership skills back into their workplaces. Will is already taking up that challenge by addressing school groups and he was guest speaker at the Westvic Staffing Solutions annual general meeting on September 5. “I’ve always wanted to be in the building industry but I learned about keeping my options open and different avenues I can pursue, such as project management and owning my own business,” he said. Will was the only building apprentice in the course but he said the interaction with other participants was fantastic. “We talked about

the need for a work-life balance and setting your priorities in life. For me that is family and relationships and making sure that can balance with my work.” “It shows that if you are doing something you love now you can still love it in 25-30 years and have an enjoyable career.” Will said the program heard from the longest serving staff member from the Australian Institute of Sport, gymnast Brennon Dowrick, who at 42 has maintained his passion for the sport that took him to the Olympics when he was 18. Will is completing the fourth year of his Certificate III in Carpentry. He was previously a student at Simpson Primary School

and Cobden Technical School where he started his interest in carpentry as an Australian School Based Apprentice (ASBA) with BDH Constructions. Field consultant at Westvic Staffing Solutions, Dale Gaylard, said Will was a great ambassador for Westvic and the course. “He displays skills and leadership beyond his years, in both a professional capacity and in his personal life,” Mr Gaylard said. Will is also using the skills learned on the job to renovate his own house. Above - BDH Constructions apprentice Will Bongers, from Colac.

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Above (from left) - South Gambier’s B grade goal attack Larmka De Breuk takes this ball strongly; West Gambier A grade goal attack Lisa Cram is a picture of concentration on tihs shot and Zoe Tomkinson makes good position in front of Kim McIntyre-Clark during B grade action. Photos courtesy of Frank Monger. Far left - 15 & under North defender Emily Pietsch takes this interception on the baseline during the tense overtime final. Left (top) - West Gambier’s Doug Lloyd streams away from Brent Howard during the Roos’ one goal victory over South. Left - West goal shooter Emily Stafford takes rthe ball strongly at the post during A grade netball action. Above - Steve Wenman wraps Luke Foran up in a strong tackle during A grade preliminary final action at Vansittart Park. West Gambier’s A grade football and netball both advanced to this weekend’s season deciders. Photos courtesy of Frank Monger.

Left - North shooter Sarah Hayman is at full stretch to take this ball despite the best efforts of Emily Joiner. The Saints won nailbiting overtime clash.

Preliminary finals Seniors West Gambier 5.5 6.10 10.11 11.13 (79) South Gambier 3.4 7.9 8.12 10.13 (73) Goals - West: B. Wilson, R. Fox 3; T. Holmes 2; D. McElroy, S. Wenman, E. King. South: B. Exelby 4; J. Ryan 2; B. Bryant, T. Currie, B. Cordy, L. Duncan. Best - West: L. Collins, D. McElroy, B. Wilson, D. Lloyd, T. Holmes, R. Fox. South: B. Exelby, J. Ryan, B. Howard, B. Cordy, B. Bryant, J. Wilson.

Reserves South Gambier 1.2 6.3 9.5 14.8 (92) East Gambier 2.1 5.2 7.3 9.6 (60) Goals - South: R. Franchetto 4; P. Glynn 2; N. Patzel, R. Hay, N. Seager, P. Harten, A. Paprotny, R. Paterson, D. Stratford, R. Attiwill. East: T. Younghusband 5; K. Cook, J. Ransom, J. Wilson, B. Lynch. Best - South: P. Harten, R. Hay, R. Attiwill, R. Franchetto, D. Jones, R. Paterson. East: M. White, N. Murray, P. Dwyer, T. Younghusband, B. Creek, J. Case.

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WB Netball Results - Preliminary finals A Grade West Gambier 49 (B. McEvoy, L. Cram) d North Gambier 47 (M. Hosking, B. Walters).

A Reserve West Gambier 49 (K. Rolton, L. Boylan) d North Gambier 48 (G. Hinge, S. Chapman)

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B Grade

West Gambier 2.6 3.6 6.6 8.7 (55) Casterton 0.1 2.3 6.4 7.8 (50) Goals - West: A. Von Stanke 3; G. Ha 2; A. Cram, A. Pfitzner, B. Stratman. Casterton: B. Gill, D. Crawford 2; N. Ritchie, T. Clode, D. Wombwell. Best - West: L. Bradley-Brown, A. Gibbs, A. Von Stanke, A. Cram, A. Pfitzner, M. Hunter. Casterton: E. Currie, D. Cleary, O. Crawford, I. Forbes.

East Gambier 55 (Z. Tomkinson, N. McIntyre) d South Gambier 49 (L. DeBreuk, L. Bruggemann)

C Grade North Gambier 43 (A. Pietsch, N. Bosko) d West Gambier 41 (E. Collins, R. Humphries) - in double overtime.

17 and under Casterton 33 (A. Shannon, E. Milich) d North Gambier 26 (M. Gazzard, B. Walters).

Under 15 East Gambier 3.2 3.6 4.9 6.9 (45) North Gambier 0.6 1.7 3.9 4.12 (36) Goals - East: T. Lockwood, J. Larkin 2; B. Pitts, B. Thomas. North: N. Steen, B. Moy, B. Close, T. Brookes.Best - East: Z. Watson, T. Lockwood, S. Brooksby, B. Clark, J. Green, H. Mansell. North: B. Close, N. Brown, L. Black, T. Brookes, J. Everard, W. Nankivell.

15 and under Millicent 38 (B. Cory, Z. Brown) d North Gambier 36 (S. Allen, A. Hood)

13 and under North Gambier 36 (G. Hood, L. Ross) d Millicent 23 (S. Ferguson, C. Shanks.

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MSEFL Eagles

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There was a sense of deja vu for Hatherleigh supporters on Saturday when the mighty Eagles captured the 2013 Mid South East Football League premiership flag. It was under the same coach, against the same opponent and at the same ground as the club’s last A grade premiership eight years ago. In almost a carbon copy of the second semi final between the same two sides a fortnight earlier, the game was an arm wrestle. The Eagles making the most of dry conditions and a slight breeze to have a five goal to two opening quarter, before the reigning premiers responded kicking six goals to one to enjoy a nine point lead at the main break. Things really tightened up in the third as neither side could win clean possession and players started to tire. The Eagles kicked 1.4 to the Demons’ three behinds and with only two points separating the two sides going into the last,

the flag was there for the taking. At the eight minute mark of that final term, Port MacDonnell slotted its first major since the second quarter and enjoyed a nine goal buffer but Hatherleigh coach Craig Skeer had given a simple but effective message at three quarter time. “We had been in the same position in the second semi final so we knew we could do it,� he said. “I them nothing separated our two sides and it would come down to want - I told them to back themselves and I certainly backed out fitness if it went down to the wire. I told them not to worry about the scoreboard but to take each contest on its own merit.� And it worked - the Eagles responding to the early Demons’ goal with two of its own and then with the five point buffer, locked down hard with neither side scoring in the final 10 minutes of the dour struggle. “I don’t think Port Mac got it past centre half forward so our guys did a great job,�

MSEFL - Grand Finals Seniors Hatherleigh 5.4 6.5 7.9 9.10 (64) Port MacDonnell 2.0 8.2 8.5 9.5 (59) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Skeer 2; T. Bell, J. Wight, M. Faulkner, S. Telfer, T. Agnew, J. Bateman, B. Sneath. Pt Mac: M. Lewis 3; D. Bromley 2; J. Cawthorne, J. Feast, W. MacDonald, D. Munn. Best - Hatherleigh: T. Watson, T. Saunders, J. Sandland, J. Sullivan, T. Agnew, C. Buckley. Pt Mac: R. Fox, W. MacDonald, B. McGregor, J. Zeitz, A. Taylor, J. Feast. BEST ON GROUND - STAN JONES MEMORIAL MEDAL - TODD WATSON (HATHERLEIGH)

Skeer said. The Stan Jones Memorial Medal for best on ground went to Todd Watson who after conceding four goals in each of the two minor round matches to gun Port MacDonnell forward Dylan Bromley, knuckled down in both the second semi and grand final to concede only two on each occasion. Watson also took Will MacDonald when he rested forward. “I don’t think he was beaten in a contest all day,� Skeer said. He was also full of praise for fellow half back Josh Sandland who was also as creative with his run out of the backline as he was being disciplined and tight checking in his defensive efforts. And then there was Tylah Saunders, who started the match with a 22 possession opening quarter that made sure the Eagles got off to a flier. “His leadership and his want to win yesterday (Saturday) was so important,� Skeer said. “He was the everywhere man.� After a quiet 2013 by his standards,

Tom Agnew had an outstanding finals series, including the weekend’s season decider and Jack Sullivan was another of the hard running Eagles who, despite a slow start, was full of running when the game was on the line. The Eagles finished

MSE Netball Results - Preliminary Final

Tantanoola 5.2 9.5 11.9 13.10 (88) Glencoe 3.1 4.4 6.4 8.9 (57) Goals - Tantanoola: B. Chant, S. Bowering, M. Pilmore 3; S. Varcoe 2; J. Meek, M. Cytrowski. Glencoe: N. McEachern, M. Kasparian 2; B. Hentschke, A. Cary, M. Lewis, T. Biggins. Best - Tantanoola: N. Bell, S. Bowering, Z. Coubois, J. Meek, S. Taylor, N. Gore. Glencoe: M. Lewis, M. Kasparian, S. Cocks, N. McEachern, M. Childs, H. Medhurst. BEST ON GROUND - ZEKE COURBOIS (TANTANOOLA)

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influential, as always, as was Ben MacGregor. ‘We had those guys in our sights because we knew the damage they could do,� Skeer said. “But in the end it was going to be a bit of luck and just hard work.� More photos page 40.

A Grade Kalangadoo 49 (J. Pitt, K. Egan) d Hatherleigh 43 (K. Smith, T. Fabris). Best on court - Kaitlyn Smith (Hatherleigh)

A Reserve Kalangadoo 37 (L. Ilsley, K. Williams) d Hatherleigh 35 (M. Redman, C. Lepley). Best on court - Lisa Ilsley (Kalangadoo)

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B Reserve Tantanoola 52 (K. Johnson, J. Cushion) d Kongorong 31 (K. Lavrenic, I. Shelton). Best on court - Kirsty Johnson (Nangwarry)

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the match the walking wounded with Jason Faulkner and Matt Faulkner both playing most of the match on one leg - after the final siren, though, there was no pain. “Winning is good like that,� Skeer said. The Eagles targeted in form junior Jordan Zeitz, but his pace and ball use was still a factor for the vanquished Demons, while MacDonald was


17 and under Hatherleigh 51 (E. Watson, D. Smith) d Nangwarry 36 (K. Lockwood, E. McDiarmid). Best on court - Erin Watson (Hatherleigh)

15 and under Hatherleigh 65 (S. Bishop, A. Wight) d Kalangadoo 235 (J. Croser, K. Redford). Best on court - Sophie Bishop (Hatherleigh)

13 and under Robe 46 (M. Nunan, L. Perkins) d Mount Burr 29 (E. Hogan, C. Vanderhorst). Best on court - Maddie Nunan (Robe)

Kalangadoo 2.8 2.10 3.14 3.15 (33) Port MacDonnell 0.1 2.2 2.3 4.3 (27) Goals - Kalangadoo: M. Krieger, B. Ousey, J. Ferrazzola. Pt Mac: T. Zeitz 2; T. McRostie, D. Williams. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Lowe, P. Davies, B. Ousey, J. Opie, J. Davies. Pt Mac: B. Wilke, J. Stark, K. McClean, N. Cawthorne, J. Reed, T. Sullivan. BEST ON GROUND - ALLAN JENKIN MEDAL - MITCHELL LOWE (KALANGADOO).

Junior Colts Port MacDonnell 3.2 6.2 8.6 13.9 (87) Hatherleigh 0.2 2.2 0.2 0.2 (2) Goals - Pt Mac: G. Hutchesson 3; J. Attard, T. Zeitz, B. Newton 2; B. Cutting, N. Wilke, W. Chant, K. McClean. Best - Pt Mac: L. Tilley, N. Wilke, W. Chant, R. Rolph, K. McClean, J. Attard. Hatherleigh: K. Bradley, A. Seamer, E. Seamer, J. Jones, A. Buhlmann, J. Wight. BEST ON GROUND - JOHN SEEBOHM TROPHY - LOCKIE TILLEY (PORT MACDONNELL)

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Seniors GRAND FINALS Penola 5.3 9.5 12.9 17.10 (112) Keith 6.0 9.4 11.6 13.12 (90) Goals - Penola: B. Merrett, A. Merrett 4; B. McIntyre, L. Jones 2; N. Clayfield, B. Foster, C. Gray, M. Willson, S. Jackman. Keith: H. Drogemuller 3; D. Stratford, B. King 2; J. McEntee, A. Wilson, A. Wilson, A. Hunt, A. Bradley, L. Mitchell, A. Bowley. Best - Penola: M. Merrett, S. Jackman, B. Merrett, B. Foster, B. McIntyre, C. Gray. Keith: A. Wilson, P. Makin, C. Statham, D. Stratford, B. King, H. Drogemuller. Naracoorte 2.1 2.1 4.6 6.7 (49) Penola 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.2 (20) Goals - Naracoorte: F. Day 2; M. Brighton, S. Henschke, Z. Donnelly, T. Hindmarsh. Penola: M. Tilby, M. Deveraux, S. Minge.Best - Naracoorte: Z. Donnelly, D. Doecke, M. Harvie, S. Henschke, M. Brighton, T. Atkins. Penola: L. Woolston, J. Doyle, J. Gale, S. Minge, A. Hills, T. Lepley. Kybybolite 2.1 7.4 10.6 11.10 (76) Kingston 2.5 4.5 8.7 11.7 (73) Goals - Kybybolite: J. Kelson 4; B. Munn 2; T. Lusher, E. Anderson, J. Garrod, T. Lawrie, M. Schinkel. Kingston: T. Mills, C. Baker, D. Banning, B. Kennedy 2; J. Wehl, H. Martin, S. Robertson. Best - Kybybolite: S. Munn, J. Kelson, M. Schinkel, B. Arundell, S. Hunter, J. Fitzgerald. Kingston: S. Robertson, B. Kennedy, B. Major, A. Matthias, H. Lawrie, J. Del Olivera. Bordertown 2.1 2.2 3.2 5.2 (32) Naracoorte 0.0 1.0 1.0 3.2 (20) Goals - Bordertown: D. Motsi 3; M. Leigh, R. Densley. Naracoorte: S. Bates 2; J. Adams. Best - Bordertown: H. Fromm, M. Leigh, D. Motsi, B. Whittlesea, T. Carson, J. Francis. Naracoorte: W. Harris, S. Bates, N. Lacey, D. Albrecht, J. Jones, M. Black.

Naracoorte 47 d Keith 33 (Best on court - Katherine Mott - Naracoorte)

A Reserve Bordertown 38 d Border Districts 32 (Best on court - Caitlyn Batson - Border Districts)

B Grade Penola 24 d Border Districts 17 (Best on court - Josie Abbey - Penola)

C Grade Border Districts 27 d Keith 25 (Best on court - Laura Tansell - Keith)

17 & under Border Districts 41 d Bordertown 38 (Best on court - Ellie Foulds)

15 & under A Penola 62 d Kybybolite 38 (Best on court - Alana Winter - Penola))

15 & under B Bordertown 33 d Mundulla 29 (Best on court - Alice Fry Bordertown)

13 & under A Kingston 49 d Naracoorte 20 (Best on court - Annabel McBride - Kingston)

Above - The victorious Penola A grade football team celebrates it KNTFL flag. Photo courtesy of Kristen Bence.

Western Border Soccer Association grand final results A Grade - Inter 8 d Apollo 2; B Grade - Apollo 4 d Inter 0; Under 17 - Inter 2 d Apollo 1; Under 14 - Apollo 3 d Sharks 1; Under 12 - Inter 4 d Apollo 2 (penalties after 0-0 at full time)

Above (top row - from left) - Brad Merrett nad brodie Foster both fly high in this marking attempt during A grade grand final action at the weekend and Keith veteran Alexa Schreiber looks for a team mate during A grade netball action at Lucindale at the weekend. Above (second row - from left) - Naracoorte defender Sally Logan puts te pressure on during her team’s win in A grade netball action at the weekend and Corey Gray assesses his options during the Eagles’ A grade grand final victory. Above - The agony and the ecstasy - this photo captures the final siren of any grand final better than most as the Kybybolite players celebrate their three point victory and the Kingston players slump to the ground in disappointment and disbelief. Photos courtesy of Kristen Bence.

SECBL Winter

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Cougars Basketball Club added double SECBL flags to their Trophy collection last Wednesday night when they won the Men’s and Women’s 2013 Winter Season Basketball Grand Finals. Prior to this season, Cougars, Bulldogs and Panthers have all recorded double titles in a season, Bulldogs in Winter 2011, Cougars in Winter 2012 and Panthers last season 2012/13 Summer. Cougars in making it two doubles in three years, sets a new

benchmark for opposition clubs to chase.The Women’s final between Cougars and minor premier Panthers began in a different fashion to their earlier contests; it was Cougars’ turn to get away to a dominant start just as they did against Bulldogs in the semi-final. Kylie Allen led Cougars, backed up by Kylie Venn and Georgia Green. In contrast, Panthers relied too heavily on Brianna Walters who had scored 13 of her team’s total of 30 at the main break. Meanwhile Cougars had a more

even spread of scorers and had stretched their lead to 5, 35-30 Green and Ebony Cunningham made the break 8 at three quarter time as Panthers still searched for effective team offence. Melissa Renko and Sonia Bawden continued to work hard against strong body work for scores from the field and stripe. Kelly Lockwood hit a timely three but then had her attempt to level the scores rim out in the closing seconds. Georgia Green finished with 22 points, Kylie Allen 10 and Ebony Cunningham 9 for the

premiers, while Brianna Walters also had a personal tally of 22, followed by Melissa Renko on 13 and Sonia Bawden on 8. Brianna Walters was won the City of Mount Gambier Most Valuable Player Award for the grand final. Panthers-Wizards made a bold start against Cougars in the Men’s Grand Final when they led 17-10 at quarter time. After that it was all Cougars as they went on a scoring blitz. Kane deWit assumed control of the ball and, with team-mates, outscored - 039

Wizards 46-17 in the second and third quarters. Young guns deWit, Sam Stafford and Braiden Ousey stepped on the gas in the final 10 minutes to record a comprehensive 84-49 point win. Matt Parslow, Peter Loring, Michael Stephens and Matthew Rhodes continued to compete but could not impact on the scoreboard. deWit, judged the City of Mount Gambier MVP of the final, scored a game high 27 points. Stafford, in his typically quiet achiever approach, finished

with 21, Ben Tremelling with 14 and Ousey on 10. Matt Parslow concluded a fine season for Panthers-Wizards with 15 points, stalwart Stephens had 10 and Loring 9. Even though the result is disappointing for Wizards, they have had a commendable season when one considers the loss of Nick Morrison and Ben Brumby. Photos page 40 & 41.

Above (left) - Senior colts premiers - Kalangadoo. Photo courtesy of Terry Crouch. Above (right) - Junior colts premiers - Port MacDonnell. Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne. Left - B grade premiers - Tantanoola. Photo courtesy of Kelvin Ruge.

Above (top) - B Grade best on ground Zeke Courbois (Tantanoola) looks to give a handball off to Ben Chant. Above - Glencoe ruckman Matt Kasparian looks set to get first hands on this ruck contst during B grade action at the weekend. Photos courtesy of Bradley Mitchell.

Left - Jenna Pitt looks to convert this penalty shot while Hatherleigh defender Georgina Brooks looks to pressure the attempt during A grade netball action at Kongorong at the weekend.


premiers decided

SOUTH EAST COAST BASKETBALL LEAGUE GRAND FINAL RESULTS MEN’S A GRADE Cougars 84 (K. deWit 27; S. Stafford 21; B. Tremelling 14) d Wizards 49 (M. Parslow 15; M. Stephens 10; P. Loring 9). GRAND FINAL MVP Kane deWit (Cougars) SEASON MVP Matthew Berkefeld (Bulldogs) BILL COOK MEMORIAL TROPHY Sam Stafford (Cougars) WOMEN’S A GRADE Cougars 61 (G. Green 22; K. Allen 10; E. Cunningham 9) d Panthers 58 (B. Walters 22; M. Renko 13; S. Bawden 10). GRAND FINAL MVP Brianna Walters (Panthers) SEASON MVP Brianna Walters (Panthers) &

Georgia Green (Cougars) SALLY-JANE ALLEN & TRISHA FLETT MEMORIAL TROPHY Brianna Walters (Panthers) & Georgia Green (Cougars). BASKETBALL MOUNT GAMBIER SENIOR & JUNIOR GRAND FINAL RESULTS WOMEN’S A RESERVE Rooettes 42 (M. Markeiwicz 26; T. Paltridge; T. Sims 4) d Oanthers 27 (B. McKay 10; A. Close 7; S. Bawden). GRAND FINAL MVP Malinda Markiewicz (Rooettes) SEASON MVP Brenna McKay (Panthers) MEN’S A RESERVE Panthers 47 (T. Brown 10; D. Brown, M. Stephens 8) d Beagle Boys 35 (J. Fleming 13; M. Doody 7; M. Vivian 5). GRAND FINAL MVP Tyson Kettle (Panthers)

Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.

MGNA Netball Results A Grade Preliminary final Saints 51 (N. Alson, K. Capewell) d Hobitz 39 (K. Stewart, C. McKinnon).

Lower South East Hockey Association Grand Final results Division one men - Rams 3 d Tigers 2 (decided in double extra time with one on ones); Division one women - West 2 d Redbacks 1; Division two men - Strikers 3 d Cavaliers 2; Division two women - Redbacks 2 d Tigers 1; Division three men - Redbacks 2 d Strikers 1 (in extra time); Division three women - Drifters 2 d Redbacks 1 (in extra time); Under 15 boys - Redbacks 4 d Cavaliers 0; Under 15 girls - Redbacks 2 d Tigers 1; Under 13 boys - Redbacks 4 d Tigers 0; Under 13 girls - West Green 3 d Tigers 2 Below - Cavaliers division two men’s player Josh Aston scores a goal but his side ended up losing the match 3-2 to Strikers.

SEASON MVP Jimmy Fleming (Beagle Boys) MEN’S B GRADE GOLD Ballers 34 (K. Thomson 10; M. Feast, E. Miles 7) d SE Ravens 33 (M. Ray 9; R. Humphries 7; N. Tana 6) GRAND FINAL MVP Kevin Thomson (Ballers) SEASON MVP Travis Crowe (Clean Skins); Shaun Stafford (SE Ravens); Todd McPartlan (Ballers) and Luke Thomson (Ballers). MEN’S B GRADE BLUE Tigers 36 (D. Collins, J. Munro 14; J. McGrath 6) d Kings 33 (K. Jacques 14; F. Iturbie 9; V. Panares 6) GRAND FINAL MVP Dan Collins (Tigers) SEASON MVP Dan Collins (Tigers) and Frank Iturbie (Kings). JUNIOR GIRLS UNDER 12 GIRLS Fever 47 (E. Close, M. Finnigan, N. Sangwa) d Matildas 37 (N. Allen, S. Nulty, J. Davey) UNDER 114 GIRLS Gems 44 (L. Ross, B. Stratford, H. Nulty) d Flames 36 (S. Smith, J. Adams, G. Reaby). UNDER 16 GIRLS Bulldogs 39 (T. Gray, L. Ross, E. Pietsch) d Roos 30 (R. Hines, J. Croser, M. Wilson). BOYS UNDER 12 BOYS BLUE Bulls 33 (O. Thomson, O. Adams, M. Davies) d Celtics 26 (T. deWit, M. Larkin, S. Lock). UNDER 12 BOYS GOLD Bucks 26 (J. McGregor, W. Wright, A. Pearson) d Wizards 17 (Y. Sharma, Z. Glynn, T. Edjer). UNDER 14 BOYS Shaqs 36 (S. Lock, S. Braim, M. Hein) d Sixers 29 (J. Wirth, M. Hunter, J. DeDonatis). UNDER 16 BOYS DIVISION 1 Panthers 53 (B. Rathjen, T. Lockwood, K. Rodis) d Roos 37 (L. Johnston, K. Zippel, C. Jarrad). UNDER 16 BOYS DIVISION 2 Bulldogs 30 (L. Greenfield, J. Michalski, N. Tollner) d Panthers 23 (T. Ambrose-Pearce, G. Ross-Smith, T. Price). UNDER 19 MEN Cougars 65 (S. Stafford 34; K. deWit 14; B. Ousey 8) d Panthers 43 (L. Bradley 11; N. Herring 10; R. Hein 5). Left (top) - Bill Cook Memorial Trophy winner - Sam Stafford.

Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association Mount Gambier Community RSL Pennany preliminary final results Kilsby Shield - Kongorong 61 d Glenburnie 57

Left - Joint season MVP and winners of the Sally-Jane Allen/Trisha Flett Memorial Trophy - Brianna Walters and Georgia Green.

Malseed Shield - Mt Gambier Bowls Club Gold 59 d Moorak Blue 46 Next week’s grand finals will be played at the Mt Gambier Bowls Club Kilsby Shield - Post-Tel vs Kongorong (Officials - Glenburnie) Malseed Shield - Saints vs Mt Gambier Bowls Club Gold (Officials - Moorak Blue) - 040

Photos courtesy of Robert Tremelling (Fed Creative) . More photos opp. page.




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Above (top) - A grade SECBL men’s premiers - Cougars.

SHORT OR LONG TERM. 2 story heritage, centrally located Mount Gambier venue, for weddings, functions, seminars. 0418 838 684. 499 ------------------------------------------

Above - A grade SECBL women’s premiers - Cougars. Far left - SECBL women’s grand final MVP - Brianna Walters.


PHONE 08 8725 1004 42 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

Left - SECBL men’s grand final MVP - Kane de Wit. Photos courtesy of Robert Tremelling (Fed Creative). Full details and more photos on page 40.

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DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------FIREWOOD quality redgum $120 a metre, 6 metre loads and up. Ph 0407 036 407. 498 -----------------------------------------FORD EXPLORER 4WD wagon, 185,000kms, near new Bridgestone tyres, exel engine, some slip in transmission, drives ok. Reg Dec OQC-495. $2500 straight body. Ph 0438 924 496. 498 -----------------------------------------FORD 302 CLEVLAND complete for parts or rebuild $375. Ph 0407 052 464 or 5568 4290. OL-499 -----------------------------------------FORD 351 CLEVLAND 4 barrel extractors complete running k code $1150. Ph 0407 052 464 or 5568 4290. OL-499 ------------------------------------------

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MAXIMISE YOUR NUTRITION, Feel Better and Be Healthy. Sport Nutrition, Energy Solutions, Healthy Aging, Stress Solutions, Weight Management and more. For FREE Evaluation call Stephanie 0438 606 694. OL-498 ------------------------------------------


MOWING, general gardening, spraying, solar panel and gutter cleaning, and other handyman services. Phil and Deb’s Garden Care Plus. Ph 0429 012 990. OL-498 ------------------------------------------


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-----------------------------------------PRE-LOVED CLOTHING, Anglican Church Hall Bay Rd. Thursdays 10am - 4pm. The fairs over we supply the large Bag fill it up with clothes for $6 from outer tables including hall racks. OL-498 -----------------------------------------PROTEUS MTM-4500 walking machine in very good condition. Ph 8723 4558. $220.00. 498 -----------------------------------------SPECIAL til end of September. 20% off bulk or standard packs of premium brand budget priced nappies & baby wipes. Australian made and owned. Shepherdson Road Deli, 28b Shepherdson Road, Mount Gambier. Ph 8725 3701. 499 ------------------------------------------


MOUNT GAMBIER Touch Football Association AGM will be held Wednesday 18 September, 6:00pm at North Gambier Clubrooms (Wilson St). Apologies to Ashlea 0438 306 838. OL-498 ------------------------------------------


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The Neighbourhood Childcare Centre Inc.

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Freight Service

organic green grocer 08 8723 9191 121 commercial st west, mt gambier

Sound knowledge of EYLF & NQS. Current First Aid & National Criminal History Check & Child Safe Environments - Reporting Child Abuse & Neglect is essential. For immediate start. Resume; Att: Director or in person to 2B Keegan St, Mt Gambier

Closes 5pm Thursday, 19 September.

Tarpeena Market

Waste Transport & Recycling

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Adelaide to South East Daily Phone 08 8762 0018


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MORE THAN JUST GOOD SPORTS Phone 08 8725 4933 1 Anthony Street, Mount Gambier

Up to 20 indoor stalls

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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 10.00 Lockie 11.00 National News 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight Leonard 10.30 Arrows of Desire 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 11.00 Foreign Correspondent 12.00 Scandal (M) 8.30 OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold 1.00 City Homicide & The Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s 11.30 One Plus One 12.00 1.00 Bethenny 2.00 The Daily Edition Kitchen 10.00 Good Chef Bad Midday Report 12.30 Last Of 2.00 Extra 3.00 The Chase Chef 10.30 Bondi Rescue 11.00 2.30 Alive And Cooking The Summer Wine 1.00 Dalziel 4.00 Seven News at 4 The Living Room Encore 12.00 3.00 National News Now And Pascoe 2.30 The Wonder 5.00 Deal Or No Deal Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Years 3.00 Children’s Programs 4.00 National News 5.30 Million Dollar Minute Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 ABC News 6.00 Seven News Judy 3.30 Huey’s Kitchen 4.00 6.00 National News 6.00 Restoration Home 6.30 Today Tonight Mako - Island of Secrets 4.30 6.30 A Current Affair 7.00 ABC News 7.00 2013 AFL Season Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 TEN 7.00 Big Brother 7.30 7.30 (SA) Teams T.B.A. News 6.00 The Simpsons 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.00 QI 10.30 Better Homes And 8.30 Friday Night Movie 8.30 Miss Fisher’s Murder 6.30 The Project Gardens Eat Pray Love (M) Mysteries: Dead 7.30 The Living Room 12.00 Grey’s Anatomy 11.15 Rizzoli & Isles Man’s Chest (M) 8.30 NCIS (M) 2.00 Special: The Marvels 12.10 National News Late 9.30 Scott & Bailey 9.30 T.B.A. of Madagascar (G) 12.40 A Current Affair 10.15 Lateline 10.30 TEN Late News 3.00 Home Shopping 1.10 Rugby League Finals 10.55 Friday Night Dinner 11.15 The Project Encore 4.00 NBC Today Semi-Final 1 11.20 rage 12.00 The Late Show 7 MATE 1.00 Homicide 2.00 Motor ELEVEN 12.00 Charmed 1.00 Star ONE HD 2.30 Who’s Line Is It Mate 3.30 Dream Car Garage 4.30 Pimp Trek Voyager 2.00 Judging Amy 3.00 Anyway? 3.00 The Biggest Loser USA My Ride 5.30 Mythbusters 6.00 Movie: Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King 5.00 ET’s Fishing Classics 5.30 I Fish Meet The Robinsons (G) 8.30 Movie: As of Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 6.00 M*A*S*H 6.30 Get Smart 7.00 Cops Good As It Gets (M) 11.30 Movie: Dead Happy Days 5.30 The Brady Bunch 6.00 7.30 Megacities 8.30 Friday Night Lights Sexy (AV) 1.30 The Chaser’s War Sabrina 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 9.30 T.B.A. 10.30 Movie: Silent Hill

SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 7.00 World Watch 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 CBS This Morning 7.00 6.00 Today 1.00 The Food Lovers’ 9.00 The Morning Show Wurrawhy 7.30 Totally Wild 9.00 Mornings Guide to Australia 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 11.00 National News 1.30 Don Matteo 12.00 Scandal (M) 8.30 OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.30 Living Black 1.00 City Homicide & The Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s 1.00 Rescue Special Ops 3.00 France 24 News 2.00 The Daily Edition Kitchen 10.00 Good Chef Bad 2.00 Extra 3.30 Al Jazeera News 3.00 The Chase Chef 10.30 Bondi Rescue 11.00 2.30 Alive And Cooking 4.00 The Journal 4.00 Seven News at 4 The Living Room Encore 12.00 3.00 National News Now 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.00 Deal Or No Deal Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 4.00 National News 5.30 Global Village 5.30 Million Dollar Minute Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Bazaar 6.00 Seven News Judy 3.30 Huey’s Kitchen 4.00 6.00 WIN News Hour 6.30 World News Australia 6.30 Today Tonight Mako - Island of Secrets 4.30 7.00 Big Brother 7.30 The Secret History 7.00 Better Homes And Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 TEN 7.30 The Big Bang Theory Of Our Streets Gardens News 6.00 The Simpsons 8.30 Friday Night Movie 8.35 Fit To Rule: How 7.30 2013 AFL Season Eat Pray Love (M) 6.30 The Project Royal Illness Changed Teams T.B.A. 11.15 Rizzoli & Isles 7.30 The Living Room History 11.00 Off The Bench 12.10 WIN News Late 8.30 NCIS (M) 9.40 As It Happened 11.30 Harry’s Practice 1.10 Rugby League Finals 9.30 T.B.A. 10.40 World News Australia 12.00 Grey’s Anatomy Semi-Final 1 10.30 TEN Late News 11.10 Film: Live Flesh (MA) 1.00 Grey’s Anatomy 3.30 Advenures In Rainbow 11.15 The Project Encore 1.00 White Night 2.00 Home Shopping Country 12.00 The Late Show GO 1.00 TMZ Live 2.00 Conan 3.00 GEM 12.00 Movie: It’s Great To Be 7 TWO 2.00 Movie: The Vikings (PG) Extra 3.30 Monsuno 4.00 Ben 10 4.30 Young! (G) 2.00 The People’s Court 3.00 5.00 Homes Under The Hammer 6.00 Generator Rex 5.00 Adventure Time 5.30 Domestic Blitz 4.00 Hot Property 5.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Seven News 7.30 Movie: Happily N’Ever After (G) 7.30 Ellen Degeneres Show 6.00 Friends Better Homes And Gardens 8.30 Escape Movie: The Neverending Story (G) 9.30 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Rugby League To The Country 9.30 Britain’s Empty Movie: Zombieland (AV) Finals 10.00 Movie: Fire Down Below (M) Homes 10.10 Property Ladder

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 rage 11.30 7.30 (SA) 7.00 Weekend Sunrise - Just Add Water 7.30 Shezow The Explorer 7.00 Weekend 12.00 Australian Story 10.00 The Morning Show 8.00 Vic The Viking 8.30 Totally Today 10.00 Mornings 12.30 Catalyst 12.00 Dr Oz Wild 9.00 Scope 9.30 Good 12.00 The Middle 1.00 Face Painting With 1.00 V8 Xtra Chef Bad Chef 10.00 Jamie’s 12.30 The Afternoon Movie Bill Leak 1.30 Sevens Motorsport American Road Trip 11.00 The Empire Of The Sun 1.30 At The Movies V8 Utes Doctors 12.00 The Living Room (PG) 2.00 Movie: Spartacus 3.00 Man Up! Encore 1.00 Game Fishing 3.30 Ocean Giants (PG) 3.30 The Afternoon Movie Cairns 2.00 Keeping Up With 4.30 Fishing Australia 5.05 Human Planet Meet The Robinsons The Joneses 3.00The Road I 5.00 News: First At Five 6.00 Saturday Landline (G) Travel 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 5.30 Getaway 6.30 Gardening Australia 5.30 Out Of The Blue 6.00 National News 5.00 TEN News 7.00 ABC News 6.00 Seven News Saturday 6.00 The Simpsons 7.30 New Tricks 6.30 2013 AFL Season 6.30 Australia’s Got Talent 6.30 David Attenborough’s 8.30 Case Sensitive Teams T.B.A. 7.30 The Saturday Movie The Blue Planet 9.15 Audrey’s Kitchen 10.30 Footy Flashbacks Marley & Me (PG) 7.30 Bondi Vet 9.20 Kingdom 11.30 That ‘70’s Show 10.00 Power Games: The 7.30 The Saturday Movie 12.00 Grey’s Anatomy Packer Murdoch Story 10.10 Waking The Dead Water For Elephants 11.00 Adam Hills: The Last 1.00 The Late Movie 12.00 The Late Movie 11.10 The Late Movie Leg Asunder (M) Not Easily Broken (M) Never Let Me Go 2.50 Harry’s Practice 2.00 Rugby League Finals 11.25 rage 1.20 F1 GP: Singapore 7 MATE 2.30 Bud United Presents: ELEVEN 12.00 Star Trek: Deep ONE HD 2.30 Trick My Truck The Big Time 3.30 Monster Nation 4.30 Space Nine 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 3.00 Ozzie Holiday 3.30 The WWE Shannon’s Supercar Showdown 5.30 4.00 Sabrina 4.30 Everybody Loves Experience 4.30 WRC Rally Aust. Event Mythbusters 6.30 Movie: Twister (PG) Raymond 5.00 America’s Next Top Model Preview 5.30 Fishin’ Trip 6.00 Get Smart 9.00 Movie: Inside Man (MA) 11.30 6.00 Sabrina 6.30 Life Unexpected 7.30 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.00 Trick My Truck 7.30 Movie: Boa (M) 1.30 The Chaser’s War The Bachelor Aust. 8.30 Snog, Marry..... Dangerous Drives 8.30 Ripper Street

SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 6.00 Totally Wild 7.00 H2O 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 1.00 Il Trittico - Gianni Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The - Just Add Water 7.30 Shezow The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Schicchi Morning Show 12.00 Possum’s 8.00 Vic The Viking 8.30 Totally Today 10.00 Mornings 2.05 Piano Notes Club 12.30 Harry’s Practice Wild 9.00 Scope 9.30 Good 12.00 The Middle 2.15 The Beauty of Maps 1.00 V8 Xtra 1.30 V8 Utes Chef Bad Chef 10.00 Jamie’s 12.30 T.B.A. 2.50 Piano Notes American Road Trip 11.00 The 1.30 The Afternoon Movie 2.30 Man Up! 3.00 Lily Cole’s Art Matters 3.00 T.B.A. Doctors 12.00 The Living Room Empire Of The Sun 3.55 Up To The Sky Encore 1.00 Game Fishing 4.30 Fishing Australia 5.30 Coxy’s Big Break 4.30 PBS Newshour Cairns 2.00 Keeping Up With 5.00 News: First At Five 6.00 Seven News 5.30 Who Do You Think The Joneses 3.00 The Road I 5.30 Getaway 6.30 2013 AFL Season You Are? Travel 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 National News Teams T.B.A. 6.30 World News Australia 11.00 Footy Flashbacks 4.30 Ozzie Holiday Saturday 7.30 Destination Flavour 6.30 Australia’s Got Talent 12.30 Grey’s Anatomy 5.00 TEN News 7.35 Wildest Islands 7.30 The Saturday Movie 1.30 The Late Movie 6.00 The Simpsons 8.35 First Crossings Marley & Me (PG) Asunder (M) 6.30 Before The Game 9.30 Power Games: The When Chance loses 7.30 Bondi Vet 9.30 Film: Another Year Packer Murdoch Story everything he loves in 8.30 The Saturday Movie 11.55 Film: A Mighty Heart (M) a freak accident, his Water For Elephants 11.30 The Late Movie 1.55 Shameless Not Easily Broken (M) grief grows into a 10.55 The Late Movie 2.50 Shameless 1.30 Rugby League Finals deadly obsession. Never Let Me Go 3.50 Weatherwatch Semi-Final No. 2 3.30 Home Shopping 1.00 F1 GP: Singapore Overnight GO 1.30 TV Home Shopping 2.00 Big GEM 11.00 Wonderful Life 1.20 7 TWO 2.00 Horse Racing 5.30 Brother 5.00 Movie: Abracadabra-Doo Postcards 1.50 Movie: Operation Pacific The Travel Bug 6.30 Borderline 7.00 (PG) 6.30 Movie: Happy Feet (G) 8.40 (PG) 4.05 Movie: Captain Horatio Coastwatch 7.30 Billy Connolly’s Route Movie: Catwoman (M) 10.30 T.B.A. Hornblower (G) 6.30 Secret Dealers 66 8.30 Anh Does Britain 2 9.30 Special: 12.30 Conan 1.30 T.B.A. 3.00 I’m A 7.30 Rugby League Finals 10.00 Movie: Inside The Titanic (M) 11.30 Colour of Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here War 12.30 Secrets of War Tightrope (M) 12.20 Movie: McQ (M)

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SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Doc McStuffins 6.30 6.00 Life Today With James 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 6.00 rage 6.30 Children’s Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Robison 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Programs 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Sydney Running Festival (Live) Today 10.00 Financial Review Inside Business 10.30 Offsiders 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.30 Meet The Press 11.30 Sunday 10.30 Wide World of 11.00 Asia Pacific Focus 11.30 10.00 AFL Game Day The Bolt Report 12.00 W.R.C. Sports 11.30 The Footy Show Songs of Praise 12.00 Landline 11.00 Dr Oz Rally Australia Event Preview (AFL) 12.30 The Final Story 1.00 Gardening Australia 1.30 12.00 World’s Strictest 1.00 Pyros in Paradise 1989 - Hawthorn V Geelong SANFL: 1st Semi-Final: Teams Parents 1.00 Four Weddings 2.00 The Afternoon Movie 1.30 T.B.A. 3.30 Australia’s Got T.B.A. 3.45 SANFL: 2nd SemiTalent 4.30 Building Ideas Final: Teams T.B.A. 2.00 The Afternoon Movie Dr. Dolittle 2 (PG) Wedding Wars (PG) 4.00 The Bolt Report 5.00 News: First At Five 6.00 Deadly 60 4.00 Better Homes And 5.30 South Aussie With Cosi 6.30 Compass Encore Gardens 6.00 National News 4.30 Meet The Press 7.00 ABC News 5.30 SA Life 6.30 Australia’s Got Talent 5.00 TEN News 7.30 Supersized Earth 6.00 Seven News 8.00 60 Minutes 6.00 The Simpsons 8.30 Serangoon Road 6.30 The X Factor 9.00 T.B.A. 6.30 Modern Family 9.25 T.B.A. 8.00 Sunday Night 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 11.30 Southland 12.05 Great Directors 9.00 Bones 12.30 Financial Review 8.30 Ripper Street 1.30 Movie: The Day Of 10.00 Castle (M) Sunday 9.40 Graham Norton Show The Locust (M) 12.00 Special: Danger 1.00 What Would You Do? 10.40 Last Man Standing 4.05 The New Inventors Down Under 2.00 20/20 11.40 2013 Formula 1 4.35 Catalyst 2.00 Home Shopping Singapore Grand Prix 3.00 The Middle 5.00 Gardening Australia 7 MATE 1.30 Demolition Day 2.30 ELEVEN 12.30 So You Think You ONE HD 2.00 Rugby Classic Matches Inside DEA Takedown 3.30 Wild Justice Can Dance - Encore 2.30 Neighbours 4.00 Adventure Angler 4.30 Places We 4.30 Monster Nation 5.30 Mythbusters - Special Encore Presentation 5.00 Go 5.00 What’s Up Down Under 5.30 I 6.30 Movie: War of The Worlds (PG) 9.00 Merlin 6.00 Sabrina 6.30 Movie: Drillbit Fish 6.00 M*A*S*H 6.30 Loaded 7.00 Movie: Con Air (M) 11.30 Operation Repo Taylor (PG) 8.40 Movie: She’s Out Of Cops 7.30 Extreme Fishing 8.30 T.B.A. 12.00 Deadliest Warrior 1.00 Jersey My League (M) 10.50 Wilfred 11.20 The 11.00 Beach Patrol 11.30 Black Gold Shore 2.00 Wild Justice: California Office 12.20 Dr Quinn Medicine Woman 12.30 The Good Guys 1.30 Omnisport

SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Creflo Dollar Ministries 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Home Shopping 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Sydney The Explorer 7.00 Weekend 1.00 Al Jazeera News 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Running Festival 10.30 Meet Today 10.00 Financial Review 1.30 Living Black 10.00 AFL Game Day The Press 11.30 The Bolt Sunday 10.30 Wide World of 2.00 Speedweek 11.00 Dr Oz Report 12.00 W.R.C. Rally Sports 11.30 The Footy Show 4.00 2013 Superbike World 12.00 That ‘70’s Show Australia Event Preview 1.00 (AFL) 12.30 The Final Story Championship: 12.30 World’s Strictest Pyros in Paradise 1989 - Hawthorn V Geelong Istanbul, Turkey Parents 2.00 The Afternoon Movie 1.30 TAC Cup: Future Stars 4.30 UEFA Champions 1.30 Better Homes And 2.30 Neighbours At War 3.00 Dr. Dolittle 2 (PG) League Magazine Gardens Who Do You Think You Are? 4.00 The Bolt Report 5.00 ADbc 3.00 2013 AFL Preliminary 4.00 Australia’s Got Talent Encore 5.30 Mythbusters Final Replay 5.00 News: First At Five 4.30 Meet The Press 6.30 World News Australia 5.30 Coxy’s Big Break 5.30 Customs 5.00 TEN News 7.30 Machu Picchu 6.00 Seven News 6.00 National News 6.00 The Simpsons Decoded 6.30 The X Factor 6.30 Australia’s Got Talent 8.30 The Observer Effect 8.00 Sunday Night 6.30 Modern Family 9.30 Once Upon A Time In 9.00 Bones 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 8.00 60 Minutes 9.00 T.B.A. Cabramatta 10.00 Castle (M)12.00 8.30 Ripper Street 11.30 Southland 10.30 Secrets Of The Tribe Special: Danger Down 9.40 2013 Formula 1 12.20 Film: Offset (M) Under Singapore Grand Prix 12.30 Financial Review Sunday 1.00 What Would You Do? 2.20 Weatherwatch 1.00 Home Shopping (Live) 2.00 20/20 Overnight 5.30 Seven Early News 12.00 48 Hours GO 10.00 Batman 10.30 Ben 10 11.00 GEM 10.00 The Avengers 11.00 Movie: 7 TWO 1.15 Heaven’s Kitchen at Monsuno Combat Chaos 11.30 Max Lady Caroline Lamb (PG) 1.30 The Large 2.15 Home And Away Catch-Up Steel 12.00 Power Rangers Megaforce Garden Gurus 2.00 Getaway 2.30 Movie: 4.30 Monarch Of The Glen 6.30 1.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal 1.30 TV Home Giant (G) 6.30 Antiques Roadshow 7.30 Command Center 7.30 Highway Cops Shopping 2.00 Big Brother 5.30 T.B.A. Weekend Aristocrats 8.30 T.B.A. 11.00 8.00 Motorway Patrol 8.30 Escape To 7.30 Big Bang Theory 8.30 Anger The Closer 12.00 T.B.A. 2.00 TV Shop The Country 10.30 Homes Under The Management 9.30 T.B.A. 12.00 Conan - Home Shopping 4.00 Nopalea Hammer 11.45 The Shield


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 9.00 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show Wurrawhy 7.30 Totally Wild 9.30 Business Today 10.00 11.30 Seven News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 11.00 National News Sleek Geeks 10.25 Shamwari 12.00 The Midday Movie OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold & The 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Point Last Seen (M) Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s Kitchen Report 12.30 As Time Goes 1.00 Bethenny 2.00 The Daily Edition 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef By 1.00 Midsomer Murders 2.00 Extra 3.00 The Chase 10.30 Bondi Rescue 11.00 The 2.35 Choccywoccydoodah 3.00 2.30 Alive And Cooking 4.00 Seven News at 4 Bachelor Australia 12.00 Dr Phil 3.00 National News Now Children’s Programs 5.00 Deal Or No Deal 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready 4.00 National News 5.30 ABC News: Early 5.30 Million Dollar Minute Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Restoration Home 6.00 Seven News 3.30 Huey’s Kitchen 4.00 Scope 6.00 National News 7.00 ABC News 6.30 Today Tonight 4.30 Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 6.30 A Current Affair 7.30 7.30 (SA) 7.00 Sport Special: 2013 TEN News 6.00 The Simpsons 7.00 Big Brother 8.00 Australian Story Brownlow Medal 8.30 The Amazing 80’s 8.30 Four Corners 6.30 The Project 10.45 Hotel Secrets 9.20 Media Watch 7.30 A League Of Their Own 9.30 The Big Bang Theory 12.00 Celebrity Juice 10.30 Two And A Half Men 9.35 Q&A 8.30 Wanted 1.00 Home Shopping 11.30 Episodes 10.35 Lateline 9.30 Blue Bloods 3.30 Sons And Daughters 10.30 TEN Late News 12.00 National News Late 11.10 The Business 4.00 NBC Today 12.30 A Current Affair 11.35 Dalziel And Pascoe 11.15 The Project Encore 5.00 Sunrise Extra 1.00 Nikita 1.05 Lakme 12.00 The Late Show 5.30 Seven Early News 2.00 The Avengers 3.20 Indonesia Calling 1.00 Home Shopping 7 MATE 1.00 Motor Mate 3.00 Dream ELEVEN 2.00 Judging Amy 3.00 ONE HD 2.00 Dangerous Drives 3.00 Car Garage 4.30 Pimp My Ride 5.30 Infomercial 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King Meteorite Men 4.00 The Biggest Loser Seinfeld 6.30 SportsFan Clubhouse 7.30 of Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 USA 6.00 M*A*S*H 6.30 Get Smart 7.00 Highway Patrol 8.30 Pawn Stars 9.30 Happy Days 5.30 The Brady Bunch 6.00 Cops 7.30 Savage Family Diggers 8.00 American Restoration 10.30 American Sabrina 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond Flip Men 8.30 Movie: Flying High! (M) Pickers 11.30 SportsFan Clubhouse 8.00 Raising Hope 8.30 Torchwood 9.30 10.25 2013 Formula 1 Singapore Grand 12.30 Jersey Shore Beauty And The Beast Prix 12.55 Omnisport 1.25 T.B.A.

SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Sunrise 5.00 World Watch 1.00 God 6.00 CBS This Morning 7.00 6.00 Today 9.00 The Morning Show In America 2.00 Race And Wurrawhy 7.30 Totally Wild 9.00 Mornings 11.30 Seven News Intelligence: Science’s Last 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 11.00 National News 12.00 The Midday Movie Taboo 3.00 France 24 News OMG! Insider 9.00 Bold & The 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Beverly Hills 3.30 Al Jazeera News 4.00 Beautiful 9.30 Huey’s Kitchen 1.00 Bethenny Chihuahua (PG) The Journal 4.30 FIFA Futbol 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 2.00 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edition Mundial 5.00 Massive Moves 10.30 Bondi Rescue 11.00 The 2.30 Alive And Cooking 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Bazaar 3.00 The Chase Bachelor Australia 12.00 Dr Phil 3.00 National News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready 4.00 National News 6.30 World News Australia 5.00 Deal Or No Deal Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 5.30 Hot Seat 7.30 From Scratch 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 3.30 Huey’s Kitchen 4.00 Scope 6.00 WIN News Hour 8.30 Life, Death And 6.00 Seven News 4.30 Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 7.00 Big Brother Mistakes 6.30 Today Tonight TEN News 6.00 The Simpsons 8.30 The Amazing 80’s 9.30 Legally Brown 9.30 The Big Bang Theory 10.00 The Jeselnik Offensive 7.00 Home And Away 6.30 The Project 7.30 Sport Special: 2013 10.30 World News Australia 7.30 A League Of Their Own 10.30 Two And A Half Men Brownlow Medal 11.30 Episodes 11.00 The World Game 8.30 Wanted 11.30 Hotel Secrets 12.00 WIN News Late 11.30 Community 9.30 Blue Bloods 12.30 Home Shopping 1.00 Nikita 11.55 Shorts On Screen 10.30 TEN Late News 5.30 Seven Early News 2.00 The Avengers 12.30 Kill Arman 11.15 The Project Encore With Natalie Barr and 12.00 The Late Show 3.00 Danoz 1.30 Behind The Force Mark Beretta 3.30 Good Morning America 2.35 Weatherwatch 1.00 Infomercial GO 2.00 TMZ Live 3.00 Extra 3.30 GEM 2.00 The People’s Court 3.00 7 TWO 1.00 Once Upon A Time 2.00 Monsuno 4.05 Ben 10 4.30 Generator Antiques Roadshow 4.00 Weekend Movie: Flight Of The Doves (G) 4.30 Rex 5.00 Adventure Time 5.30 Big Aristocrats 5.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Who’s The Boss? 5.00 Homes Under Brother 6.00 The Middle 7.00 The Big 6.00 Friends 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Hammer 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.00 Bang Theory 7.30 Auction Hunters 8.00 Animal Emergency 8.30 Major Crimes Seven News 7.30 Mighty Ships 8.30 Blue Top Gear 9.30 T.B.A. 12.00 Conan 1.00 9.30 Rizzoli & Isles 11.30 The Closer Murder 9.30 Waking The Dead 11.45 The Top Gear 2.30 TMZ Live 3.30 Extra 12.30 Friends 1.00 Dangerman Shield 12.45 Once Upon A Time


NCIS Friday, 8.30pm The wife of a marine who specialised in K-9 bomb detection urges the team to investigate the death of her husband in Afghanistan; Director Vance also asks for the team’s help in hiring a nanny.






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Thursday, 9.30pm In a world overrun by zombies, Tallahassee has found his life’s calling slaying the undead. Fearful Columbus however, has survived using the cowerand-run approach.

Monday, 8.30pm When a child with gender dysphoria goes missing, the Major Crimes division scrambles to solve the emotional case before it’s too late.

Monday, 6.15am (Live) Week 3 - San Francisco 49ers V Indianapolis Colts The San Francisco 49ers are at home this week at Candlestick Park up against the Indianapolis Colts.

Thursday, 7.30pm Jamie Oliver is back! In this new series he will show you how to prepare delicious, inspiring and nutritious family meals without breaking the bank.

Friday, 7.30pm The top six dancers perform with their all-star partners once again and it’s over to America to decide! - 044


Rizzoli & Isles Friday, 11.00pm A bride is killed right before she walks down the aisle, and Jane and Maura must figure out if the groom’s ex-girlfriend is a suspect, or if there’s a deeper connection to the bride’s European roots.


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Arrow Wednesday, 8.30pm As the Dark Archer, Malcolm eliminates the scientists who created the Markov Device and then ships it to Starling City to destroy The Glades.


Vikings Thursday, 9.30pm Ragnar, pulling farther away from his wife goes on a pilgrimage to make peace with the death of his unborn son. Lagertha, still reeling from her miscarriage, wants to find out from the gods if more sons are in her future. - 045






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