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COVER Fashion in focus at Sheepvention The Discover Wool Fashion event will again have its launch parade on the Sunday, August 3, in the Fashion Pavilion of the Hamilton Exhibition & Conference Centre. This fashion event has long been one of the headline events of Sheepvention, and the 2014 event commences at 5 pm with drinks and the parade to follow. This year there are a huge number of quality woollen entries in the Australasian Young Designers Awards, all vying for the much sort after prize of the Handbury Scholarship valued at $10,500 to the Instituto Marangoni in Milan Italy. This year the Discover Wool Fashion Event will feature stunning quality woollen garments from Camilla Marc, Country Road, Farage, MJ Bale, Ms Couture, Sabatini and Sportscraft. This spectacular event is far more than just fashion. The entertainment in the parade adds the wow factor and the theme this year is how fashion has been influenced by the movie and film industry. Expect a sizzling opening to the show, with garments especially made for the parade by Ms Couture. Julie Tuillo from Ms Couture was the head designer at Alex Perry
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for 15 years and her influence was the corset style stunning evening wear. The dancers are every year a popular addition to the parade and this year will be featuring some of our local talent. Mark August 3 on your calendar or catch a parade at Sheepvention where the parades will be running three times throughout both days - August 4 and 5. Tickets for the Discover Wool Fashion Event for the August 3 parade can be purchased for $25 from the Hamilton Showgrounds Office or 3HA Mix FM office in Brown Street Hamilton. For further information contact the P & A Society on 0(3)5572 2563, email firstname.lastname@example.org or log onto www.sheepvention.com
Left & above - All the fashion of the 2012 Sheepvention.
Sheepvention 2014 will be a “Retail Therapy Destination”. This year the double in size Home Paddock Pavilion, along with the Market Place marquee, and a myriad of boutique marquees, will have on offer many news sites with a large focus this year on quality woollen garments, baby apparel, homemade Manchester, home wares and quality clothing sites. The ladies will be thrilled there are more clothing sites and plenty of opportunities for some retail therapy. There will be array of woollen hats, gloves, coats & scarves to buy if the weather is as usual, cold and wintry. The wool textiles will be well represented in the Home Paddock Pavilion with the opportunity to purchase home knitted clothing or have a go yourself with many pre packed knitting projects on offer. There will be several retro caravans selling books and ladies shoes and a large range of special interest sites
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sprinkled around the grounds. The foodies won’t be disappointed with the Taste of the Great Southwest. This year the marquee has been extended to cater for the increased trade sites. Your taste buds will be given a treat with tastings and demonstrations on throughout the two days. Gourmet produce for sale including spices, oils, cakes, olives, cheeses and wines will make this marquee a popular meeting destination. The keen gardeners are also well catered for with many garden tools and gardening apparel for sale along with decorative garden sculptures and a selection of interesting plants, seedlings and bulbs. Save August 4 and 5 for some serious shopping. It’s all happening this year at Sheepvention. For further information call (03)5572 2563, email firstname.lastname@example.org or log onto www.sheepvention.com
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LOCAL Tour returns to region for third time
Penola High School graduate Natasha Hutchesson was the sole recipient of the 2014 Terry Roberts Memorial Scholarship. Home for a break during university holidays, Natasha was congratulated by Wattle range Mayor Peter Gandolifi. Enrolled full time in her first year of a Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Disability Studies degree at Flinders University, The Terry Roberts Memorial Scholarship was established to recognise the contribution made by former Member of the Legislative Council to South Australia, the Wattle Range Council region and the Millicent
Cyclists contesting the Campolina-Fulton Hogan Tour of the Great South Coast from August 13-17 will be confronted by a challenging two-State course which will provide a true test of their all-round abilities. The 565km eightstage tour, first held in 2012, will feature four municipalities – the City of Mount Gambier and District Council of Grant in South Australia and the Shires of Glenelg and Moyne in Victoria. The five-day race will attract a top-flight field of around 150 cyclists and is a signature event on Cycling Australia’s 2014 Subaru National Road Series calendar. The tour will start with a 36km street race (criterium) at 11am in Mount Gambier on Wednesday, August 13, and finish with another criterium over 50kms in Port Fairy at 12.30pm on Sunday, August 17. There is some brutal terrain for riders to tackle in between those two flat stages, including a majestic 136.9km road race from Mount Gambier to Port MacDonnell on Thursday, August 14, the traditional Tour de France-like trek from Heywood to Casterton on Friday, August 15, and the beautiful Great Ocean Road ride from Koroit to Peterborough on Saturday, August 16. The course contains 56 intermediate sprints and 11 hill climbs, all offering special prizemoney. The Sprint Championship is sponsored by Independent Cranes. Queensland-based sports apparel company Scody has naming rights to the prestigious King of the Mountains title. Other special awards in the multi-sponsored tour are the Campolina Criterium Championship, the MGA Insurance Brokers Most Aggressive Rider and the coveted CFMEU Rising Star prize. Founded by Caribou Publications – one of Australia’s most respected sports events companies – the 2014 tour will be organised and promoted under the auspices of Cycling Victoria,
which will bring an accredited entourage of approximately 400 personnel to the Great South Coast region – in an off-peak tourist period. Cycling Victoria’s chief executive officer Kipp Kaufmann said CV welcomed the opportunity to be closely connected to an event which is on an upward spiral on the Australian road cycling calendar. “The Tour of the Great South Coast is one of those events which has something in it for everyone,” he said. “To win it, a rider will have to be at the top of his game over five days – in sprinting, hill-climbing and tactically, and he will need excellent support from his team. “It is expected that about 20 teams from all Australian states and New Zealand will line up in the tour. It promises to be a wonderful spectacle.” Western Australia’s hugely-talented all-rounder Anthony Giacoppo (Genesys) won the inaugural 2012 tour while New Zealander Samuel Horgan triumphed in a thrilling finish on a spectacular Lakes and Craters circuit at Camperdown in the Corangamite Shire last year. Entries for the 2014 tour close on August 3.
Above - Inaugural Tour of the Great South Coast winner Anthony Giacoppo during a stage win in the 1013 event.
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community.“Feedback from Flinders University has been very positive and they have acknowledged the value of this continued support from council, especially for first year rural students,” Mayor Gandolfi said. Council has been supporting the Scholarship since 2008 by way of providing up to five $1000 scholarships to assist students from the Wattle Range area to commence undergraduate study at Flinders University. In January it resolved to continue the annual scholarships in this format for a further five years taking it through to 2019.
LOCAL Plans showing the proposed location of Portland’s new helipad have been released. It is planned to construct the helipad between Sea View House and the hospital emergency department, with a new road and parking layout. The local community is invited to comment on the plan which has already been well received during initial discussions with residents and families of Harbourside Lodge and Sea View House. Portland District Health (PDH) hopes to have the new helipad in use by the end of the year. PDH chief executive officer Chris Giles said the helipad would provide a safe and efficient site to evacuate patients in need of urgent lifesaving care outside of Portland. She said the proposed site was perfectly positioned next to the emergency department and was the safest and most practical location. PDH is holding an open time from 3-4pm on July 22 in the executive meeting room for anyone wishing to discuss the plan with Ms Giles. A survey link has been created at http:// www.surveygizmo.com/ s3/1722220/Helipad for people to leave feedback on whether they support the helipad location on the hospital grounds and for questions to be answered. The helipad does not require council planning approval but PDH is working closely with Glenelg Shire to ensure traffic and other considerations are properly handled. It will require the removal of 10 car parks from Bentinck Street, up to two Norfolk Island pines the power lines and some shrubs, along with the relocation of the flagpole and the whale pot. The car parks will be replaced on the hospital grounds. The helicopter will arrive over the Ploughed Field site and hover across to the hospital at about 100m above Bentinck Street. Traffic lights will be installed at either end of the street and will be activated only when the helicopter is arriving and departing. PDH has been working on the helipad plan for several years in partnership with the Blue Ribbon Foundation and the Committee for Portland.
LOCAL Local builder sets up community fund Make-A-Wish Mount Gambier branch has been the latest recipient of the generosity of local building company G.J. Gardner Homes with a $6000 cheque recently handed over to the hard working volunteer group. It is the second $6000 donation the Naracoorte and Mount Gambier business has made in recent weeks, with the Naracoorte CT Scan Appeal the other recipient. G.J. Gardner – Mount Gambier and Naracoorte director Rod Dohse said the decision to set up a community fund was taken 12 months ago. “We put an amount of money away into this fund from every build and we figured we would end up with a reasonable amount to give a donation to a community group,” he said. “It’s an opportunity to put that money to some really good causes.” Directors Rod and Meg Dohse believe they will be able to hand out a significant donation around every six months. Both the Make-A-Wish group and the CT Scan Appeal were thrilled to receive such a sizeable windfall for their respective causes. Naracoorte Health Advisory presiding member Barrie said it was a great to receive such a significant amount as plans are underway to install a CT Scan at the local hospital. “It is another humbling experience” he said. “The gesture is just fantastic and we thank G.J. Gardner Homes so much.” Make-A-Wish Mount Gambier Branch president Julia Serpell was equally thrilled to receive such an unexpected and generous donation. “This money goes into the kitty and is a big boost for the group,” she said. “On average a wish costs around
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$12,000 so this is such a huge help for our fundraising efforts.” Last year Make-A-Wish granted more than 500 wishes Australia-wide, with the group aiming to top 2000 by 2015. “This year Make-A-Wish has already granted more than 500 wishes,” Julia said. “We can’t thank Rod, Meg and the team at G.J. Gardner Homes enough for their generous donation – this is the kind of support than enables us to continue granting wishes.” The local group has granted
a wish recently with the family choosing to fly under the radar and remain anonymous. Make-A-Wish grants wishes to children with life threatening conditions. “This is a part of G.J Gardner Homes supporting local charities, sporting groups and other initiatives where possible and acknowledges the great work of service groups in the community,” Rod said. The Mount Gambier branch is currently seeking more volunteers to spread the fundraising
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load. “Mount Gambier is a generous community but there are so many charities and we are all chasing the same dollar,” Julia said.
Above (from left) - Make-A-Wish Mount Gambier branch president Julia Serpell; G.J. Gardner representatives Sue MacDonald, director Rod Dohse and Brittany Fullford and Make-A-Wish Mount Gambier branch volunteer coordinator Dick Hamson.
“I’m at a point where I’ve had one too many injuries, and it has become too much to manage.”
Eamon Sullivan, announcing his retirement from swimming last week.
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Immaculate coastal home offering sea glimpses. Large rooms, great under cover entertaining and extra car accommodation. Expect to be impressed! Ideal investment property - currently leased at $250 per week.
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Return verandah, federation style in desirable location. Solid construction & offers quality and space throughout. A great entertainer with loads to offer a growing family
8 Hillcrest Avenue
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41 Heaver Drive
Exceptional family home, elevated allotment with stunning views of the mount, ultra spacious classy living - Great area of the city - inspect ASAP!
24 Dry Creek Road, Donovans
51 Elizabeth Street, Port MacDonnell
$210,000 HOUSE ONLY OR $255,000 WITH ADJOINING BLOCK OR BLOCK ONLY FOR $70,0000
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This home oozes appeal and has been beautifully maintained both inside and out. Located on a private allotment it is an absolute must see. Ideal investment the owner will lease back. An inspection will not disappoint.
53 Suttontown Road
Ideal first home or investment currently leased @ $210.00 per week – an inspection will impress and has location as well – value buying!
Great sea views on offer plus floor plan allows for dual occupancy and good shedding. A great opportunity. Not to be overlooked!
4/58 Suttontown Road
A loved home overlooking Port MacDonnell Golf Course, solid brick and large block. Two street access and possible development potential – Subject to Council consent. Just back from the beach, it offers plenty.
Sensational home ideal for the family or the retiree. low maintenance, high clearance carport to suit the van. Book your inspection today.
15 Gardiner Terrace
Plenty of space for the growing family or grow your investment portfolio and make this your next rental - close to Mulga Street School and the hospital and Tafe precincts.
4 Chute Street
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.
A charming home featuring cathedral ceilings, updated kitchen and light filled open living. Loads of living areas & great shedding - 2 street access and fantastic entertaining area.
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1 Mallee Street
Beautifully maintained spacious unit in a lovely group of four complete with solar!
7 Calvary Road
12 Longmire Terrace
Well cared for home that offers easy care living with great outside entertaining. New carpets, R.C split air con - Garage UMR + access to rear shedding.
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An affordable unit in a small well kept group. Solid construction. Big on space. Close to schools and city centre. Long lease until February 2015.
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2017m2 (approx) A private oasis in the centre of the city. Sitting on approx 2017m2, Charming unique and so special – Anyone for tennis? In conjunction with P&L Real Estate.
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A trendy townhouse in modern community group. Spacious open living area and entertaining deck. Low maintenace living in a quality complex.
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2 Lasiandra Crescent, Mount Gambier $299,950
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7/18 Yeates Street, Mount Gambier $315,000
W SE NE EA L RE
Architecturally designed, spacious 4BR family home in a quiet residential area, opposite a large reserve. Stunning features throughout include 100 year old carved cedar staircase & timberwork, leadlight doors, 3 living areas, gas & s/c heating, sunken dining, solid timber kitchen with d/washer, elec & gas cooking. The upper level consists of a resort style master suite with striking marble tiled ensuite and french doors opening onto a private balcony, 3 further large bedrooms with BIRs & a central bathroom with corner spa, shower & sep toilet. The 1017m2 allotment is beautifully landscaped, with a private patio, secure rear yard & watering system. Remote double garage UMR with internal access plus workshop with extra storage. An impressive residence - book your private inspection to fully appreciate.
3 James Cook Avenue, Mount Gambier $289,500
WE NE IC PR
OPEN SAT 10.30 - 11.00am • Located in the CBD, offering a 3 BDRM 1900’s Dolomite fronted villa • Attractive lounge, formal dining, country style dine-in kitchen, enclosed rear porch with bathroom & laundry. • Separate studio of approx 63m2 • Suitable work from home business, or easy conversion to professional offices (S.T.C.A.)
1/1 George Street, Mount Gambier
W SE NE EA L RE
• 3 bedroom home (all with BIR’s) located at the rear of a near new complex • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge, walk-in pantry, electric/gas cooking & dishwasher. • Two way bathroom, with separate powder room • Gas ducted heating & r/c a/c
• 2 bedroom solid brick & tile unit in fantastic central location. • Lounge with r/c split system air conditioner. • Kitchen with electric cooking. • Single car garage UMR. • Low maintenance gardens. • Independant rental appraisal 2 1 1 $175 - $185 p/wk
• Value packed House & Land Package - 3BR, 2 bathrooms, remote dble garage UMR • Modern open plan living, spacious kitchen with walk-in pantry, r/c air-conditioning, private alfresco area • Purchase brand new & save on stamp duty. Get in now to choose colours to suit your taste • Ideal first home, investment or downsize property
• Fantastic 2 bedroom unit in sought after location. • Large main bedroom with BIR’s • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with gas ducted heating • Private courtyard garden with garden shed • Leased at $195 p/wk until October 2014
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7 High Street, Mount Gambier
nder Building U n tio c u tr s n o C
• Beautiful open plan living area with striking jarrah flooring including kitchen with breakfast bar, s/s appliances and dishwasher, plus formal lounge with bay window. • Spacious master bedroom offers WIR and luxurious ensuite including corner spa • Stunning pergola
7/24 Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier
30B Peppermint Drive, Mount Gambier $219,000
• Two storey family home positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac • Main bedroom with WIR & ensuite plus additional study • Modern & practical two pack kitchen plus spacious dining, family area and rumpus room. • Gas heating, s/c wood heating & r/c ss air conditioning • Independant rental apprasial up to $300 p/wk
WE NE IC PR
• Unique chalet style 3BR home set amongst est. gardens on 2017m2 allotment • Well maintained tennis court with overlooking pergola • This is a rare opportunity to purchase such a large piece of land so close to the city • In con with Gebhardts R/E
32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416 Find us on Facebook www.pandl.net.au Gail Richards 0409 268 199 email@example.com
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27 Elder Street, Mount Gambier
Tennis Court NBN NBN Available
433 Wireless Road West, Suttontown 5 ES $525,000 R AC
418 Sewarts Road, Allendale East 5 $359,000 3. RES AC
• Superbly presented 3-4 bedroom family home with huge storage UMR • Solid brick & tile home, large lounge with s/c heating & R/C a/conditioning, plus impressive blackwood timber kitchen with elec cooking & large dining area • Lower levels offer 2 living areas, large laundry with 2nd toilet (easy conv. to bathroom) plus huge secure storage areas
• Magnificent lifestyle property - 4BR/2 Bath bluestone fronted, solid brick home on 5 Acres just min from Mt Gambier • Sunken family room with BI Bar, s/c heating & French doors to o/door entertaining, R/C A/C, open plan kitchen, formal lounge & dining • In con with Gebhardts R/E
• Fishermans hideaway only 10 mins. from Pt MacDonnell on 3.5 Acres • 4 Bedroom (plus study), 2 bathroom, 2 living area, solid brick home • 15m x 10m x 4m high clearance shed with h/duty power & concrete floor • Equipped bore & 2 Large rainwater tanks
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31 Avey Road, Mount Gambier $599,000
• Perfectly positioned on 1 Acre, with dual driveways, 40Sq executive family home • Magnificent floor plan includes 5BR, 3 Bath, 3 Living plus Huge Pergola • Sparkling solar heated pool alongside renovated 2 storey barn with BBQ area (providing a variety of uses)
25 Crafter Road, Compton $349,000
WE NE IC PR
• Immaculately maintained 3 BR family home on just under an Acre. • Great position on edge of town with bitumen road frontage. • Walking distance to Tenison College & Malseed Park. • Small paddock at rear of property allows for extra hobbies or shed (S.T.C.A.)
362 Caroline Road, Yahl 16 ES R AC
• Outstanding country living property on 18 acres • Large family home with three living areas • Tennis court & indoor heated swimming pool • Beautiful park like gardens • Huge array of shedding including 50mx30mx5m shed • B-Double truck access NBN
138 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell N $499,000 GETIO HUUC D RE
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89 Ruwoldt Road, Yahl 2 ES R AC
• Stunning lifestyle property on 2 Acres just min from Mt Gambier • 4BR (plus study) rendered home with return bull nose verandah, 9ft ceilings, open plan living with s/c heating, formal lounge with bay window, master bedroom with WI robe & en-suite (incl shower & inviting oval spa bath) NBN
56 Woodlands Road, Yahl 18 ES $799,000 - $829,000 R AC
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96 Warreanga Road, Wye 8 ES R AC
• Open plan kitchen/dining area with breakfast bar, electric cooking & dishwasher • 3 living areas, with s/c wood heating, heat shifters & reverse cycle split system • Master bedroom features WIR & en-suite, 3 other bedrooms, plus study, have BIR’s • Stunning garden setting NBN
193 Swaffers Road, Mount Schank W SE NE EA L RE
Highest and Best Offers by Friday 1st August @ 12 noon (If not sold prior)
• Solid brick family home with spacious open plan living • Kitchen with b/fast bar, elec cooking, plus additional dining & family areas • Separate formal lounge, with glass doors leading to a north facing pergola • Master bedroom features ensuite, adjoining office, plus glass doors to a private courtyard NBN
117 Wynham Road, Moorak
• Immaculate 4 bedroom home on 16 Acres • Renovated kitchen and large lounge • Equipped bore and rainwater • Picturesque gardens with various shedding • Close to the Mt Gambier Saleyards • Start living the country dream NBN
• Fully furnished home currently used for holiday rental accommodation with excellent occupancy rates. • As new quality built 4BR home on corner allotment with rear yard access • Breathtaking views of Pt MacDonnell’s coastline
201 Wynham Road, Moorak
20 ES R AC
• Impressive 5BR family home on 20 Acres with outstanding views • Builders own home offering 30+ squares of elegant living, boasting spacious rooms & quality fittings throughout • Just minutes from the city, the property is well designed for horse enthusiasts, including new stables, new shedding & horse arena
• 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 • In con with Gebhardts R/E
7 Thompson Court, Moorak
11 Thompson Court, Moorak $729,000
214 Wynham Road, Moorak 5 2. RES AC
Water Licences for Sale $699,000
4haIE Water Taking Licence Management area of Hindmarsh - $11,600 6haIE Water Taking Licence Glenburnie Management - $30,000 • Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen
• Luxurious 2-storey family home with lovely rural ambience • Upper level - 4BR, including master with WIR & lavish ensuite • Lower level - stylish kitchen overlooking spacious open plan living & pergola, 3rd living & study • 5th BR or Guest room with ensuite • Huge dble garage UMR plus extra shedding for caravan or boat 5 3 5
10HAIE Water Taking Licence Glenburnie Management Area Expressions of interest invited
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• Set on 2.5 acres with sensational views over the district and beyond to Centenary Tower • C-Bus Home Automation throughout • Spacious main bedroom with WIR & Ensuite, 2 additional double bedrooms plus study or 4th bedroom • Beautiful living areas including stunning high end chef’s kitchen NBN
• Charming renovated 3-4 bedroom settlers cottage with separate study, set on approximately 5900m2 of land. • Lounge/dining with views of Mount Schank, timber kitchen with electric cooking & causal meals area • Undercover entertaining area. • Price guide $275,000 - $285,000
148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 ES R AC
• Beautiful Federation style residence amongst attractive gardens on 15 Acres • 3BR, formal dining & lounge, sitting room, country style dine-in kitchen, high ceilings, striking leadlight, open fire places & timber mantles • Purchase your own magnificent piece of history & enjoy a rural lifestyle
BLOCKS OF LAND 25 Bryan Street, Allendale 1363m2 $63,000 Lot 12 Nelson Road, Mt Gambier 2.5 Acres $155,000 Lot 5 Kirip Road, Glencoe 5 Acres $65,000 Lot 6 Kirip Road, Glencoe 10 Acres $105,000 Lot 21 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl 7 Acres $209,000 72 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl 4 Acres $239,000 Chuck Road, Tarpeena 20 Acres, 2 Titles $180,000 Sec 81 & 88 Bailey Rd, Tarpeena 20 Acres & 18.75 Acres $150,000 Each Lot 5 Kellet Street, Nelson 867m2 $149,500 Lot 51 Buck Road, Moorak 5 acres $169,000 144 Suttontown Road, Suttontown $105,000 Lot 65 Bruning Place $59,500 Lot 71 Bruning Place $49,500 Lot 72 Bruning Place $45,000
BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME
OWNER BUILT HOME
RENOVATED FAMILY HOME
OPEN Saturday 9.30 - 10.00
• Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac is this beautiful family home • The main bedroom has an ensuite and walk in robe and the 3 remaining bedrooms have built-ins • Three way bathroom with large spa bath plan dining/kitchen/lounge Open • • Large double garage with two auto rollar doors • Well maintained gardens with samll pergola
7 Montgomery Avenue Mount Gambier
t • Mount Gambier stone home on a corner allotmen • One owner who built the home • Three good size bedrooms • Large lounge room with oil heating • Original kitchen with electric cooking • Bathroom has shower, bath, vanity and separate toilet • Single stone garage plus attached stone shed
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
6/7 Arbor Street Mount Gambier
• Newly renovated unit that delivers the very best in modern living. Contains a R/C air con • 2 bedrooms with BI wardrobes in the main. • Desirably situated, the property stands just minutes from the city centre and schools. • Includes most furniture
NEAR NEW 2011 BUILT 4 BEDROOM HOME
• Situated just off the Casterton highway approx. 30 min from Mount Gambier • All the work has been done • Four bedroom timber frame home set on 4678 m2 allotment • Large lounge and dining room. Slow combustion wood
3 4 Moten Street Mount Gambier
• Quality Hotondo built home • Rendered stone with colorbond roof • Four bedrooms, main has WIR and ensuite • All other bedrooms have built-in-robes • Zoned gas heating plus Kelvinator R/C inverter • Formal living room • Open plan kitchen, dining and second living area
• Home on corner allotment • Only minutes from shops & school. ) • Scope for sub division (subject to council approval • Spacious lounge room with gas heating. • Single car garage plus garden shed. • Ideal for the 1st home buyer or investor.
THIS HOME HAS THE LOT
14 Railway Terrace Kalangadoo
34 Laird Street Mount Gambier
SPACIOUS & BRILLIANTLY LOCATED!
PRICE 42 Hastings Avenue Mount Gambier
• Well presented three bedroom home on a corner allotment • Weather board/iron roof • Three bedrooms • Large open plan kitchen with electrci cooking and walk in pantry • Good size lounge room with wood fire and ceiling fan • Tiled bathroom with shower, bath, vanity and seperate toilet
• Open plan kitchen/dining room 2 • Large yard of approx 1022m • Garage, double carport, enclosed entertaining area
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Riddoch Highway Tarpeena
53 Gray Street Mount Gambier
• Previously operated for many years as a
• Build your dream home on this large allotmen
in this quiet country town approx 20km from Mount Gambier • Power and water available
• 3 bedrooms, main with 2 x WIR, large ensuite plus open fire place • Extra-large dining/lounge room with S/C Wood fire
GREAT DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
caravan park. The land is approx 1639m2
39 Wehl Street North Mount Gambier
• Delightful unit with 2 living areas • Sunny outlook with views over the city • Garage UMR, 2 bedrooms with BIR’s • Modern kitchen gas heating & A/C • Sunny atrium coverted to 2nd living area/den/stufy/ craft room • Is this one of the best units in Mount Gambier?
$245,000 + SAV
• Banana Tree Cafe • Well established Thai restaurant • Located in the heart of Mount Gambier • Long standing clientele • Trading figures available on a confidential basis
Shawn Whitehead 0408 250 505
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c • Brick veneer, tiled roof home in a quiet cul-de-sa • Four bedrooms, two living areas plus two bathrooms • Three bedrooms have built-in-robes • Fourth bedroom, nursery or office • Main bedroom has its own bathroom plus access to pergola
fan • Three bedrooms, main has built-in-robe and ceiling • Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge room • Updated kitchen boasting gas cooking, double bowl sink and breakfast bar • Alarm system/Large paved pergola area • Single garage under the main roof with rear yard access. Auto door, concrete and power
2 1/35 O’Halloran Terrace Mount Gambier
• Situated on approx 2728m2 is this solid brick home • 5 bedrooms or 4 plus study • Open plan dining/kitchen/lounge • Slow combustion heating and inverter • Both bathrooms have been renovated • 20mX8m stone shed with pit • Bore & rainwater connected to property
1 4 PRICE 18 Strathdownie School Road Strathdownie
been renewed from water meter including new water softener, instant gas hot water heater.
9 - 11 Eight Mile Creek Road Racecourse Bay
A NEAT, WELL ESTABLISHED FAMILY HOME
GREAT CORNER LOCATION NEAR SHOPS & SCHOOL
PRICE 26 Altinio Drive Mount Gambier
• Charming is the word for this 3 Bedroom Hardy plank home which has been completely renovated through out to a very high standard. • Freshly painted inside and out. All plumbing has
fire plus R/C inverter in lounge and main bedroom
15 Laffer Street Nangwarry
A GREAT COUNTRY FEELING
4 23 Tanglewood Crescent Mount Gambier
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Unit 3/10 Knight Court
JUST PERFECT - IN A WHISPER QUIET LOCATION
Prominently located Allotment with outstanding views over the Cape Bridgewater Bay allotment of 545 m2 together with a domes c bore & PUMP The sale also includes building plans for a proposed Residence that has approval by the Glenelg Shire
• Superb and totally surprising centrally located home unit • A great property with something for everbody • Stunning 2 pac kitchen with stone bench tops, BI dish washer & ample cupboards • Two large bedrooms with BI Robes • 3 way bathroom with direct access from the master bedroom PRICED AT $285,000
BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882
PRICED AT $374,500
25 Derrington Street
20 Murdie Street
67 Pinehall Avenue
A GREAT INVESTMENT • All the works done! • 3 bedrooms plus sleepout • Eat in kitchen • Lounge with gas hea ng • Large private secure yard • Overlooking park & playground • Walking distance to Primary & High school • Recently upgraded with Colourbond roof • Great starter home or investment
2 HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE • A rus c, split level pine log cabin on aspprox 3 acres within city limits • Comprising of 4 bedrooms with BIR’s plus study • A mber kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & large pantry • Master bathroom plus ensuite to main • S/C hea ng & open fireplace
PRICED AT $109,500
PRICED AT $449,000
SPACIOUS LIVING • A “blank canvas” ready for up-grading • Solid brick home oﬀering 4 Bedrooms -all with BI robes • Ensuite to Master Bedroom • Large family Living room with s/c wood heater & gas hea ng Spacious Kitchen with WI Pantry Lots of BI cupboards throughout Pitched ceilings with north facing verandah to keep the heat out Detached games room PRICED AT $239,000
5/1A HART STREET • Lots of sheds & 2 car garage & 2 carports • Also low maintenance transportable home with 3 bdrms – 2 with BIR’s • Able to be rented out for $190 - $210 per week • Beau fully terraced gardens • All the hard work is done
IN THE CENTRE OF TOWN • 2 bedroom unit with BI robes in main bedroom • Eat in kitchen • Separate laundry & bathroom • Carport UMR • Small enclosed yard • Central loca on - walk to shopping & services • Long term Tenant PRICED AT $110,000
182 Commercial Street West
111 North Nelson Road, Nelson
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY • 3 Bedroom stone ex trust home • Great South Eastern loca on • Lounge & gas hea ng, Kitchen with dining nook • Oﬃce plus storeroom extension on the rear • Colorbond roof and aluminium windows • Two separate driveways • Spacious rear yard with access to public park PRICED AT $159,000
• Ducted gas hea ng system • Floa ng mber floors through kitchen, lounge & dining rooms • Direct access to charming paved pa o entertaining area with beau fully landscaped gardens • Maintainence free rear block • Fully installed secuirty sytem for that extra peace of mind
14 Tallara Avenue
OPEN SAT 9.45 - 10.15am
• Deceased Estate • VENDOR SAYS SELL -“THE ESTATE NEEDS TO BE FINALISED” • Dolomite fronted stone home of 3 Bedrooms • Gas heated lounge, • Eat in Kitchen with electric cooking • Back porch/sunroom overlooking the private rear yard. • Garage & Carport.
• 4136 sqm (1 acre) Lifestyle block with 13m x 8m high clearance Colourbond Shed with concrete floor, cooking facili es, tool shed, pump shed, & shower shed. • Good home sites with mature trees located in a good posi on with privacy • Vendors keen to sell PRICED AT $198,000 - Vendor looking for an oﬀer
PRICED AT $192,000
130 North Terrace DESIGNED FOR FAMILY LIVING • Well established solid brick and le home • Suited to a variety of accomoda on needs • Four bedrooms with BI robes and master with ensuite & WI robe • Spacious & comfortable formal lounge/dining • Recently installed mber kitchen with breakfast bar & casual dining area PRICED AT $275,000
UNIT 3/35 ALEXANDER STREET
$115 PER WEEK
2 bdrm flat, kitchen/dining/lounge area. Toilet in bathroom. courtyard size rear yard. NO pets.
• 200 acres, with ETSA North of Mount Gambier • Tantanoola/Mayurra Cropping Block 100 acres + • Scrub Block 50 - 80 Acres with home sites • Industrial Workshop 350msq with good access • Turn out block with ca le yards BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882
14 TALLARA AVENUE
$185 PER WEEK
3 bdrm home, gas cooking, kitchen/dining. Bathroom with
2/7 West Street
Garden Shed. No pets.
LOOKS CAN BE DECEIVING • Central western loca on & easy walking distance to city centre • Spacious 2 bedroom unit with BI robes to master bedroom • Open plan kitchen, dining & lounge with large windows to the front • Bo le gas heated living area
• Newly renovated laundry & sensa onal black le bathroom • Bathroom has floor to ceiling les, bath, seperate shower plus vanity & vc • Private rear yard plus carspace at the front
162 COMMERCIAL STREET EAST
$250 PER WEEK
2 Bdrm stone home with BIR’S. Modern kitchen with dishwasher & formal dining & lounge. Rear pa o with entertainment area & detached garage. Great central loca on - pets nego able.
PRICED AT $85,000
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 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882 RLA 240002
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LOCAL New arts festival joins Sheepvention celebrations It’s new and exciting and set to run around one of Hamilton’s biggest annual events – Sheepvention. The Woolly West Fest is the brain child of local wool-craft artist Jacinta Wareham and writer Naomi Turner and will celebrate an eclectic marriage of wool-craft and children’s literature. Living in the former ‘Wool Capital of the World’, wool seemed an obvious theme for an arts festival, but they didn’t want it to be just another yarn-bombing event. Aligning the festival with sheep-themed children’s literature was the thing that finally helped the concept fall into place. Best-selling children’s book Where is the Green Sheep? was the gold standard for Jacinta and Naomi, and they were both thrilled and just a little bit daunted when author Mem Fox immediately gave her approval and offered to make a personal appearance. With the blueprint for the festival in place next came the finances and the duo was subsequently successful with a Regional Arts Victoria grant and the
project was no longer just a pipedream – it was a reality and it will run from July 28 to August 10. The cornerstone of this year’s event will be a flock of wool-crafted sheep, each created by and representing the key towns of Greater Hamilton. Each town in the Southern Grampians Shire was presented with a wooden sheep frame, handcrafted by the Hamilton Men’s Shed, and nominated a creative team responsible for wool-crafting their “sheep” using techniques of the their choice using the wool colour allocated to them in the recent Southern Grampians Shire rebranding. “There are a lot of underutilised people in our community who have these amazing skills, but never have the opportunity to show other people what they can do,” said Jacinta. “This project will help show just what a vital role everyone can play in revitalising our towns and showcasing what a wonderful
product we have here.” The sheep will then be rounded up by the mobile library and placed on display at the Hamilton Library in the week leading up to Sheepvention where a public vote will decide the winner. The sheep will then return to their towns of origin for the second week of the Woolly West Fest where their adventures will be posted on social media. But the wool crafted sheep are just one element of this initiative. A Wool Craft Walk down the length of Gray Street in Hamilton will be another major feature – with every parking metre and some trees yarn bombed using different stitches and
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colours. The knitted and crocheted pieces will be labelled with the artist’s’ name, stitch, and wool used. And the business community will also be front and centre of the Woolly West Fest with themed window displays around the festival’s centrepiece book – Where is the Green Sheep? Then there’s the author readings by Australian children’s literature icon Mem Fox, as well as wool craft installations, activities and products in the Sheepvention Home Paddock pavilion. The long term plan is to have a different sheep or wool themed children’s book as the focal point of the festival. RLA 62833
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18 Gordon Street
10 Winfield Court
153 Wehl Street North
OPEN SATURDAY 11.45AM - 12.15PM
OPEN SATURDAY 10.45 - 11.15AM SOMEBODY LOVE ME Centrally located 3 bedroom 1920’s Bungalow. Large formal lounge with OFP, Spacious formal dine or 2nd living area with s/ c heating. Timber kitchen/ meals area with a d/washer, & new electric stove. Pressed tin ceilings. Tastefully renovated bathroom with a claw bath 2nd toilet. Lovely lush rear yard with a gazebo, extremely private & ideal for entertaining. Ducted g/heating through the floor ensures year round comfort. Original features like polished boards gorgeous leadlight windows & beautiful high ceilings.
2/13 Swallow Drive
ALL ABOUT CONVENIENCE Neat & tidy two bedroom detached unit. One of only 2. Full kitchen with dishwasher & pantry cupboard + dining area. Gas heating & r/c a/c in lounge. Both bedrooms with built ins. Full size bathroom with near new shower & vanity + separate bath. Lovely decked pergola. Single garage UMR with auto door. This unit offers own rear & side yards. Close to local supermarket & other shops.
6 Kowine Court
DON’T LOOK ANY FURTHER Low maintenance brick solid home located directly across from reserve. Generous floor plan with 3 double bedrooms. Main with ensuite & WIR & built ins in remaining 2 bedrooms. Large lounge + separate family room with built in display cabinets. Full size kitchen with electric appliances & dishwasher + roomy dining area. Main bathroom has separate shower & bath + separate toilet. Ducted gas heating. Cut those electricity accounts with approx. 23 solar panels. Double garage UMR with auto rollers & access to home.
77 Wireless Road West
GET INTO YOUR OWN HOME Neat stone home, located close to Hospital & Market Place Shopping Centre. Three bedrooms. Lounge with gas heating & polished floorboards. Updated dine in kitchen with gas stove. Neat bathroom & separate toilet. Single enclosed carport + rear yard access to generous rear yard. Neat, low maintenance.
30 Umpherston Street
FABULOUS FIRST BUY Quaint 2 bedroom stone home located on enormous allotment. Comprising of a neat, eat in kitchen with elect. Cooking. Large light filled lounge and formal dining with an ambient gas log heater and split system reverse cycle. The main bedroom has built in robes. Rear porch area, sep toilet. Undercover rear entertaining. Single carport Large shed with power, ideal for the handyman. Rainwater plumbed to kitchen and laundry. Offering character at the very first glance.
8 Wehl Street North
THROW AWAY YOUR CAR KEYS Cute and cosy 3 bedroom cottage. Located just off the main street. Warmed by gas heating. Open plan kitchen/ dining with dishwasher. Bathroom with separate toilet Lovely outdoor entertaining. Enclosed rear yard with single garage w/power. Ornate character features throughout. This could be a lovely starter or investment .
4 Queens Avenue
FULL OF OLD WORLD CHARM Dolomite Character home. 4 double bedrooms. 3 with B.I.R. Dedicated office & study. Formal and informal living areas. Entertainer’s kitchen featuring an island bench. 2nd shower and toilet as well as main bthrm. Offering s/c heating or ducted gas heating. Sgle garage UMR with internal access + c/port. Views over the rear garden from the outdoor decking. Situated on a block size of approx. 2651m2 (2 titles). The hard work’s done..repainted,rewired & replumbed.
2/1 Powell Street
STYLISH TOWNHOUSE LIVING Two storey townhouse located close to city centre. Quiet position - at rear of complex. Three bedrooms with walk ins to 1 & 2 + built ins in 3. Ensuite to main bedroom, main bathroom & third toilet on ground floor. Full size kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooking & pantry. Good size dining area + separate lounge. Single garage UMR with internal access. Private outdoor area + enclosed courtyard.
OPEN SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.30AM NEAT AS A PIN AND CLOSE TO EVERYTHING Immaculately kept 3 bedroom stone home. All bedrooms have built in robes. Spacious lounge with gas heating. Wood heating also available. Open plan kitchen/meals area. 2nd shower and separate toilet. Single carport & single stone garage. Rear Studio or loads of extra storage. Lovely rear yard with trailor and tinny access. A great starter or retiree option close to the Hospital, TAFE and primary school. Inspections welcomed.
19 Eldridge Drive
UP FOR A GAME OF GOLF? Spacious executive 3 year old family home, backing onto the picturesque Attamurra Golf Course. Three living areas including separate lounge & rumpus room. Four bedrooms – spacious main with ensuite & walk in robe. Gorgeous kitchen complimented by walk in pantry. Three way main bathroom + walk in linen closet. Ducted r/c a/c & s/c heating. Single garage UMR + double c/bond garage with 3 phase power. Massive paved gabled pergola. In conj. with Gebhardts Real Estate.
12 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier
CLASSIC CHARACTER HOME WITH A MODERN TOUCH With this lovely character home being only a short stroll from the cinema, restaurants and many other city centre attractions it will certainly impress those looking for a blend of old world charm and modern conveniences. Stunning open plan living incorporating chef’s kitchen, dining and occasional living. Kitchen boasts sparkling granite bench tops, gourmet gas cooker with own griller & deep fryer, dishwasher + an abundance of cupboards. Gracious and cosy formal lounge with ornate fire surround. Main bathroom has a glorious double spa bath + separate shower. Downstairs cellar – perfect temperate climate for those reds! Stunning central passageway with impressive leadlight doorway. Main bedroom has own marble fireplace, ensuite and WIR. Two remaining bedrooms + large office. Gas heating + r/c air conditioning. Large stone garage (approx 13m x 6m) with high clearance auto roller door & double doors that open to decked pergola and overlooking rear yard.
214 Wynham Road, Moorak
MODERN RURAL LIVING Simply stunning 3 to 4 bedroom home situated in Moorak. Situated on approx 2.5 acres offers state of the art living. Comprising of a home theatre room, elegant living areas, 3 double bedrooms, the main bedroom has a WIR and an opulent ensuite with double vanity and offering underfloor heating. A stainless steel cooker takes pride of place in the gourmet kitchen that features Caesar stone benchtops. Stacker doors lead from the dedicated games room with built in bar to the outdoor alfresco area. C Bus wiring throughout means the lighting, music and climate control are all automated offering energy efficiency and flexibility. Ducted Reverse cycle heating/cooling. Double garage with i/access. Separate colorbond shedding with toilet & shower measuring approx. 7.5 x 20 metres with a 3 metre high clearance.
63 Penola Road
CONVENIENCE, COMFORTABLE & COSY Immaculately kept 3 bedroom home located close to the city centre. Freshly painted throughout, all bedrooms have built in robes. Light and airy bathroom with 2 way toilet. Open plan kitchen/dining with elect cook top, wall oven and d/washer. North facing lounge with gas log heating and split system r/v cycle. 2 bay rear garage plus workshop and single carport. Ideal as an investment or for those wanting to be close to the city.
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INVESTORS - PLACE THIS ON YOUR LIST Generous stone home set on corner courtyard allotment. Three good size bedrooms. Large lounge with free standing gas heater + separate dining room. Dishwasher, electric hot plates & wall oven, double sink all in well appointed kitchen. Garage with remote roller door & internal access. Outside store room. Currently tenanted at $205pw until 5/10/2014.
ONE OF A KIND Neat as a pin 3 bedroom courtyard home. Open plan kitchen/ dine/lounge area. Single garage umr with internal access and remote rollerdoor. 3 way main bathroom. In addition, large rear colorbond shed with power access for up to 4 vehicles, with extra high clearance. Rear pergola. Reverse cycle air con plus gas heating. Ideal for those wanting low maintenance but room for the caravan and boat.
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1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier
Lot 1 Gambles Road, Mumbanner, VIC
55 Tollner Road, Mount Gambier
$275,000 - $285,000
VERY LOW RESERVE, THIS SUNDAY AUCTION 27th July 2014 @ 2pm (SA Time) Approx 86 Acres East of Mount Gambier Well fenced with newish 4/5 inch round posts
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• Landscaped gardens to front and rear
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• Under Cover Decked area to rear with Rural Views
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• Close to Tenison Woods, Malseed Park and The Ice House
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• Just South from Mount Gambier, close to town with new home • Extraordinary 5 bedroom property on 20 acres with picturesque views. • BeauƟful family home with Garage UMR • Open plan living with loads of space for entertainment.
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15 Wyatt Street, Mount Gambier
14 Bond Street, Mount Gambier
• Grand Tudor in CBD - ‘Dunvegan’ • 3 Large Bedrooms - 2 Renovated Bathrooms & New Kitchen • Open plan lounge with gas log fire • Dining, family with Slow CombusƟon HeaƟng • Gorgeous Leadlight door & Windows + ceiling roses throughout
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485 Pleasant Park Road, Tarpeena
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28 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay
1/48 Wehl Street Nth, Mount Gambier $239,000
LocaƟon, LocaƟon with wide extensive views Solid brick & Mt Gambier Stone inside Double garage UMR & large living areas New kitchen & recently renovated Great back yard with rear access Large family home near the lakes
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
• 5 yo, 2 bedroom rendered unit so central that you could walk to every possible venue. • Large modern kitchen, 3 way bathroom, computer nook, Ɵled walkways • Two sliding door exits to north facing paƟo with blinds • Double auto garage with internal access private secure yard. PerfecƟon!!
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Sue Francis 0419 844 764 3/21 Acacia Street
• Set on 1792m2 or almost 1/2 an acre approx. of flat ground • 1 bedroom coƩage with BIR’s, provision for 2nd bedroom • Open plan Ɵled kitchen with stunning features, dining, lounge • Huge built in Ɵmber wall unit and S/C wood fire • Combined Laundry/bathroom/WC • Pergola with outdoor seƫng, lots of storage sheds, bore and rainwater • Fruit trees, lovely views and room to move.
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Sue Francis 0419 844 764 2 Union Street, Mount Gambier
• Great liƩle coƩage with sea views • Set on 607m2 allotment • 2 connecƟng bedrooms • Lounge with S/C wood fire • Kitchen both with S/C stove plus upright Gast stove • Large open dining area • Hallway with big w/in pantry
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$450 p/wk • Fully furnished • Port MacDonnell full sea frontage views • Everything you will need • 4 bedrooms - main with ensuite & WIR • Modern kitchen with dishwasher • Reverse cycle air condiƟoning & double garage
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the same vein as their Banana Tree Cafe in Mount Gambier, is still being redeveloped but should be open within the next month or so. The aim is to provide quality, comfortable and clean accommodation for guests and a first class restaurant and function facility with excellence in customer service. Over the next two years, the new owners have a vision to upgrade the facility from three to four stars. Sandpipers@Millicent will service the needs of travelling sales representatives, workers, holiday makers and general visitors to the area and once operational, offers an alternative dining option for both the residents and guests of Millicent. It will also add another function venue for conferences, large scale meetings, award presentations and other gala and special events, including family celebrations. Contact the Sandpipers@Millicent team today on (08)8733 2211 or drop in to 51 Mount Gambier Road, Millicent, to experience the change for yourself. You can also check out their website and facebook page.
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Sandpipers@Millicent is the brainchild of Will Barton, Sandy Nanakhon and Pat Barton. Currently the owners and operators of the Banana Tree Café, a successful Thai restaurant in Mount Gambier, Will, Sandy and Pat have also had the experience of owning and operating Pine Country Caravan Park, located on the outskirts of Mount Gambier. Having successfully run the restaurant for more than 17 years and having bought Pine Country in a rundown state, built it up and sold it just over three years later at a profit, they have now set their sights on the defunct Diplomat Motel in Millicent. The re-opening, re-launching and refurbishing of the Diplomat Motel & Restaurant to become Sandpipers@Millicent, the premier accommodation, restaurant and function centre in Millicent, is underway with the new look facility opening at the beginning of this month. The accommodation is ready and waiting for a new generation of visitors, while the restaurant, which will be a Thai-Australian restaurant in
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1. Which actor originated the role of Darrin Stephens in the sitcom Bewitched? 2. What is the official currency of Germany? 3. What is a baby crocodile called? 4. In what year did the AFL come into existence? 5. My Sharona was a 1979 hit for which pop group? 6. In what year did John Howard become Australian Prime Minister? 7. Jack Nicholson has two best actor Oscars and one supporting actor Oscar - for which movie did he win the supporting actor accolade? 8. Who did Samantha Armytage replace on Channel 7’s Sunrise? 9. What was the scoreline in Germany’s win over Brazil in their World Cup semi final? 10. Which family sitcom has won the Emmy Award for outstanding comedy series the past four years? 11. How many children do Lachlan and Sarah Murdoch have? 12. What is the traditional flavour for the custard in a creme brulee? 13. How many players are on court at any one time in a volleyball match? 14. Who is the Tatiara District Council Mayor? 15. Who is the Japanese Prime Minister? 16. How many matches was Hawthorn defender Brian Lake suspended for after his in field incident with North Melbourne’s Drew Petrie last round? 17. Which Baroque composer is responsible for the popular violin concertos The Four Seasons? 18. In what year did long running Australian soap opera Neighbours debut? 19. When is the next leap year? 20. In what year did Sarah Jessica Parker marry Matthew Broderick?
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ADVERTORIAL I Sandpipers@Millicent Exciting relaunch in MIllicent
LOCAL Breast cancer fundraising windfall
Recently Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group committee members Maxine Tuffnell and Karen Pertersen were presented with a donation from South East Women’s Football Association committee members Tracey Kourmouzis and Anna Cella. SEWFA has collected $2800 over the past year through events like the charity match between the SEWFA team of the year and the MG Force Masters team, where Vince Versace donated a $1000 on the day, and from the SEWFA Pink Ribbon Carnival held earlier this year. The Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group has raised money for cancer treatment and detection equipment, to increase awareness and for research and upgrades of cancer facilities in Mount Gambier and Millicent;
they are currently looking at purchasing equipment to help those affected by lymphedema. More recently, money raised has been used to fund the group’s Helping Hand Bags, which are filled with grocery, pharmaceutical and fuel vouchers and donated anonymously to local women with breast cancer by health care providers. “With many of us knowing someone who’s been impacted by breast cancer, whether it be personally or through others, we understand that families are emotionally and financially affected. SEWFA is glad to be able to assist these local women” said SEWFA treasurer Tracey Kourmouzis.
Above - Maxine Tuffnell, Tracey Kourmouzis, Karen Petersen & Anna Cella.
Mount Gambier Eisteddfods July 10 - August 16 Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre & Wehl Street Theatre This is Backstage Inc. big event for the year as young performers from across the region compete across a wide variety of disciplines.
LOCAL Community planting projects a good fit for everyone
A new sustainable communities project is being nurtured literally from the ground up in Mount Gambier. Edible fruit trees are being planted on two local council reserves, with residents encouraged to pitch in with labour – and to share the fruits of their spoils. Neighbours from Dawn Court in the city’s east recently planted their own public garden with the assistance of three representatives from the City of Mount Gambier, filling it with lemons, limes, oranges, apples and a selection of stone fruit. Pettingill Lane in the city’s west has also started a similar project. City of Mount Gambier’s environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard said council put out a call earlier this year for expressions of interest to receive up to $250 worth of fruit and nut trees for planting in public spaces. “We received some really strong applications from these two groups of neighbours who not only came up with their own list of preferred plants, but agreed to look after them together,” he said. The Edible Plants Project is part of a broader civic planting plan, and is considered a simple yet effective way for locals to get to know their neighbours and help build a stronger and more connected community. It was endorsed by council early last year following the success of a trial site in the reserve on the corner of North Terrace
and Conroe Drive. “The feedback from residents was really positive, with some saying that it facilitated them meeting their neighbours for the first time, and the fact that one of the trees produced fruit in the first year was a bonus,” said Mr Izzard. Dawn Court resident Phil Clements co-ordinated the recent gardening session and said the local effort will have longterm benefits. “Betterment of the community is and should be of interest for all residents, and we hope that our endeavours will serve as a great example of what can be achieved by working together,” he says. “It won’t be a huge task – we planted a few trees, we got a bit wet, but the idea of people being able to go out into their reserve and pick some fruit in a few years’ time is a great concept.” The City of Mount Gambier is planning a similar program this financial year, and is likely to call for expressions of interest in March next year. In the meantime, residents are encouraged to track down or register existing trees and bushes that are ripe for public picking by referring to the interactive Edible Cities map for Mount Gambier online.
Above (left) - The Dawn Court planting project and (above right) - the Pettingill Lane gardening day.
LOCAL Plans showing the proposed location of Portland’s new helipad have been released. It is planned to construct the helipad between Sea View House and the hospital emergency department, with a new road and parking layout. The local community is invited to comment on the plan which has already been well received during initial discussions with residents and families of Harbourside Lodge and Sea View House. Portland District Health (PDH) hopes to have the new helipad in use by the end of the year. PDH chief executive officer Chris Giles said the helipad would provide a safe and efficient site to evacuate patients in need of urgent life-saving care outside of Portland. She said the proposed site was perfectly positioned next to the emergency department and was the safest and most practical location. PDH is holding an open time from 3-4pm on July 22 in the executive meeting room for anyone wishing to discuss the plan with Ms Giles. A survey link has been created at http: //www.surveygizmo.com/ s3/1722220/Helipad for people to leave feedback on whether they support the helipad location on the hospital grounds and for questions to be answered.
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LOCAL Students rewarded for juggling work and school Former Year 12 students Imogene Ryan, Chloe Atkinson and Lewis Nankivell have been awarded a 2013 Australian Vocational Student Prize. The Mount Gambier High School trio took on the challenge of completing Year 12 while also undertaking a school based traineeship or apprenticeship. Imogene (pictured below) also took home the 2014 South East Secondary Schools Vocational Student of the Year. The Australian Vocational Student Prize (AVSP) recognises the achievements of students who completed their senior secondary studies while undertaking a vocational education and training in schools program or an Australian School Based Apprenticeship. Assistant Minister for Education Hon Sussan Ley MP said the prize promotes the benefits of vocational education and reflects the commitments of schools to making vocational learning a valuable and rewarding experience for students. Nationally there were approximately 500 winners, with 69 of them being from South Australia. Imogene chose to undertake a full time traineeship
in Dental Assisting as she was then keen to enter a health care profession. She has since moved down another career path as the opportunity to stay in the dental industry was not available at the time she completed her 12 month traineeship. “I really enjoyed my year and I certainly would consider returning if a position became available,” Imogene said. “It was definitely worthwhile tackling both my Year 12 subjects as well as the traineeship and it was good to get a feel for life in the workforce.” Imogene successfully completed both her Year 12 and dental traineeship studies. “I knew it would be hard work and it was,” she said. “But you learn so much about time management, organisation and the sort of skills that translate to any career – if you are prepared to really focus and work hard it is a great opportunity to get the best of both worlds in Year 12.” Chloe (pictured top far right) chose to undertake a Certificate III in Hospitality as part of her school based traineeship with the Mount Gambier Hospital Kiosk, as she was interested in the industry and wanted to build on her
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hope to be able to use, as I have submitted my application to become a Police Officer with the South Australian Police Force,” Lewis said. Mount Gambier High School vocational pathways coordinator Samantha Brown said all three students showed that with focus, motivation and diligence, they were able to be highly successful in their vocational and school studies, whilst entering a work environment and the challenges it brings. “They took ii all in their stride,” Ms Brown said. The three students’ success was helped in no small way by the efforts of Charlie Matthews Group Training Employment), Rebecca Medhurst (TafeSA), Di Ind and Nick Katris (Di-Monty Training Solutions), Sharran Waters (SA Dental Service) and Alex Marlow (Mount Gambier Hospital Kiosk).
Community Action for Sustainability invites you to hear Professor John Martin from La Trobe University in Bendigo at Mount Gamier’s Main Corner this Thursday. Professor Martin has worked with local governments across Australia including those here in the South East on issues making our communities sustainable and resilient. The sustainability of our community is a primary motivator and challenge for local government leaders, and he believes that in order for our communities to be sustainable, resilient and prosper they must be governed effectively and well managed.In this presentation, Professor Martin will identify the characteristics contributing to the sustainability of rural towns and regional communities based on research he did in 2012 on Canadian communities comparing these with Australian communities like Mount Gambier. Professor Martin’s undergraduate degree was in ecology and natural resource management. This early training is reflected in the approach he has taken working with local governments. His subsequent graduate studies in public administration, a masters in sociology and a PhD in Public Policy provide the intellectual framework with which he has assisted local governments to determine their strategies and organise themselves to achieve their goals. Professor Martin retired in February this year and continues as an Emeritus Professor at La Trobe University in Bendigo. He is a Fellow of Local Government Managers Australia and the Regional Australia Institute.
When; Thursday, July 24 Where; Dress Circle, Main Corner, 1 Bay Rd, Mount Gambier Time; Doors open 7pm, talk at 7.30pm Entry by donation to cover costs. Followed by supper.
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COLLECTED STUPIDITY DTA - Dont’ trust anyone... by Robbie Tansel I’m finding it more and difficult in my life to trust people. I used to be a pretty trusting guy but more and more I’m questioning the motives of everyone I come in contact with. Let me explain. It’s mainly a problem with people who I want to buy something from. I used to think that they wanted to help me buy a product that would satisfy and enrich my life; something that would make this very questionable existence somehow more bearable. Now I’m starting to wonder whether they just want to squeeze as much money as possible from me. I hope I’m wrong. Maybe it’s just me. Let me run through a few regular interactions I have been encountering which have led me to start asking these questions. I think it started with fast food restaurants. When you used to purchase food you could just order what you wanted and then the pimply faced teenager would spend the next thirty or forty minutes gathering your food. Why is it called fast food? Because you go through a period of fasting while you wait for your food. But now they will ask you if you want the large meal. Obviously this causes me as the customer to automatically start questioning myself. Do I want the large one? Do I look like the sort of person who should have the large one? Do I look like the sort of person who generally has the large one? Occasionally I will vocalise the thought, “Are you saying I look fat?” It spread from there to retail. Remember when you used to be asked by the staff at the shop,“Can I help you with something?” I have no problem with that question. I can
easily say, “I’m just looking.” It wasn’t that long ago when the helpful shop assistant might say, “Well let me know if there’s something I can help with.” Everyone was happy. I was left in peace. When I needed assistance I could ask for it and in due course I would make the purchase I wanted. But things have changed, haven’t they? Some “expert” in sales techniques has now coached the manager who has coached the shop assistant to not just let your “I’m just looking” be good enough. They’ve been told that they need to ask further questions to try and keep you talking so they can try to sell you something. Even better, I don’t think they really care what they sell you. They don’t care if it’s good or not. They just want to get as much money out of you before you leave the store as possible. Do you know how I know they don’t care what they’re selling me: extended warranty. Essentially they’re saying, “We’re pretty sure that what we’re selling you is going to break down sooner than you’d like, but probably a few days after when your original warranty expires. So if you give us an extra couple of hundred dollars, you’ve
Prime Minister appoints Pasin got a better chance of us helping you.” This sucking the money out of the customer seems to have spread to everything though. If you buy a car they’ll try to sell you the paint protection. If you go fill your car up with petrol, you’ll be asked whether you’d like to buy two packets of Mentos for $2.50. If you buy a plant you’ll be asked if you have soil to plant it in. Let me be clear, I don’t blame the sales people. They must hate having to go through their script as much as we hate having to listen to it. They know that if they don’t try to push whatever their manager has demanded, they could lose their livelihood and who wants to risk that at the moment. It’s left me not trusting any of them though. Are they really a nice person or are they just being friendly as part of their sales technique. Do they really think I look good in this shirt or do they just need to hit their monthly target? I feel sorry for those less able to see through their rubbish. Our more elderly citizens who are used to being able to trust retailers to actually look after them with a quality product at a fair price must find it challenging now that people only want to bleed every single dollar out of them. Anyway, the simple answer is don’t trust anyone. Including me. What do I know? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your bank account numbers and PIN if you’d like to enter the Robbie Tansel July raffle.
Member for Barker Tony Pasin was last week appointed to the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters by the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott. “I was very honoured to accept the Prime Minister’s invitation to join what is one of the most important of the Federal Government’s parliamentary committees,” Mr Pasin said. “The significant role played by the committee was highlighted by its recent investigation into the issue of the lost WA Senate ballots, which resulted in the unprecedented re-run of the WA Senate election. My colleague, the Member for Casey, Tony Smith, has discharged his duties as chair of the committee with distinction over the course of that investigation and I look forward to working with him and other committee members, including experienced ALP representatives Senator the Hon John Faulkner and The Hon Gary Gray AO, MP.” The role of the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters is to inquire into and report on matters relating to electoral laws and practices and their administration, as may be referred to it by either House of the Parliament or a Minister. Typically, the committee makes inquiries into and reports on the conduct of federal election events. Other matters that may be referred by the House could include reports by the Commonwealth AuditorGeneral or inquiries into matters raised in annual reports of Commonwealth Government departments and authorities.
WHAT’S ON Ibis Rising Art Prize From July 4 Naracoorte Art Gallery, Naracoorte This major art prize is a judged event with three categories which are 2D, 3D and Photography and there is no theme. The first prizes are $300 each with prizes to the highly commended artworks. Bushland, Bullants and Bracken Until July 27 Riddoch Art Gallery, Mount Gambier Bushland, Bullants and Bracken was inspired by Telford Scrub Conservation Park, just north of Mount Gambier SA. Regular visits during the last two years, enhanced the appreciation of changes observed at different times of the year. Use of a diverse range of textiles, fibres and yarns, together with visual elements of colour, line, shape, form and texture, capture pattern and rhythm of the bushland. Gamble Responsibly 1800 858 858
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LOCAL Film premiere on the horizon for local creative team You would be hard pressed to find a person in Mount Gambier over the age of 15 that hasn’t seen Brenton Manser perform. A staple on the Australia Day breakfast entertainment bill for years, he was the go-to performer when a major event needed that Australiana touch. Music is still central to everything he does but there will now be new generations that will be just as familiar with his film making exploits – with his past three major projects all being capturing an historical local story on celluloid.
Music, family and history are his passions and they have all merged in his film making adventures with the family band Brenton Manser and the Vanguards providing the sound track and sometimes the actors as Brenton captures the essence of a local history event or figure through film. He is set to premiere his third film on August 30 at Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre – Riders & Writers – it captures the life and times of Adam Lindsay Gordon. But it was the Wreck of the Admella that started it all. “The story of the Admella for me started when I was little and used to go fishing with my uncles off Port MacDonnell,” Brenton said. “The stories they told about it stuck in my head and then Allan Childs gave me a cassette tape about the Wreck of the Admella and I was hooked.” A later interest in family history and the history of this region only fuelled the fire to look into this heart breaking story. “I was just totally fascinated with that story and I just couldn’t believe that those people suffered like that,” Brenton said. “It was a time when very little rescue or help was available.” And just like he has so many times before – when a story touches him so deeply, he writes a song. When the 150th anniversary of the Admella shipwreck was approaching, Brenton was part of the commemoration committee and he thought a documentary detailing the story would be perfect for the milestone event. Committee support was not overwhelming in the first instance but Brenton’s connection
with the story meant he pursued the project regardless. “I knew that Rob (Tremelling) was keen to work with me on something like this and I had been speaking to some local actors about being involved,” Brenton said. “What I decided on was an extended film clip for my song.” And while Brenton worked on his Admella film clip, the committee warmed to the idea of the documentary and in the end the two projects merged and Brenton and Rob’s first film making project was born. That was completed and aired in 2009 and there wasn’t much of a break before the duo then tackled Old Mary’s Ride – a quirky local yarn. And family involvement was again strong – not just on the music side but with son Jeshua providing some of the special effects through his self taught computer editing skills. He created the animation of Old Mary crashing into the Blue Lake as a 15 year old and his skills are at work again in the Adam Lindsay Gordon film to recreate the poet’s famous leap onto the banks of the Blue Lake. Each of the three movies has taken around two years to complete and self funded and the beauty of the projects has been not having to work to any deadline. “I think that has helped with the creative process,” Brenton said. “They have been done in our spare time amongst all the other things in our lives and family is really important to us all so I guess you could say we have certainly taken our time with each project. I think it helps us get the best possible results. I think if there was pressure from outside, pressure
to compromise artistically, as well as timewise, I don’t think the finished product would be as good.”
Read the full story in the current issue of Southern Life and secure your ticket for the August 30 premiere. Photos by Frank Monger.
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Family Secrets Liz Byrski When patriarch Gerald Hawkins passes away in his Tasmanian home after ten years of serious illness, his family experiences a wave of grief and, admittedly, a surge of relief. Gerald’s dominating personality has loomed large over his wife Connie and their children, Andrew and Kerry, for most of their lives. Connie, whose own dreams were dispensed with upon marriage, is now determined to renew her long friendship with Gerald’s estranged sister. She travels to France where she finds Flora struggling to make peace with the past and searching for a place to call home. Meanwhile Andrew’s marriage is crumbling, and Kerry is trapped in stasis by unfinished business with her father. As the family adjusts to life after Gerald, they could not be more splintered. But there are surprises in store and secrets to unravel. And once the loss has been absorbed, is it possible that they could all find a way to start afresh with forgiveness, understanding and possibility? Or is Gerald’s legacy too heavy a burden to overcome?. Liz Byrski was born and brought up in England and has lived in Western Australia since 1981. She is the author of a number of non-fiction books, and has worked as a staff and freelance journalist, a broadcaster with ABC Radio and an adviser to a minister in the WA Government. Liz now lectures in professional writing at Curtin University.
The Mount Gambier Indoor Bowls scene is in good health - a point well made at the recent State Ladies & men’s Pairs Championships where two Mount Gambier teams faced off in the men’s final. The pairing of Zac Pearson and Tony Bowditch went through the preliminary rounds undefeated to advance to the final where they took on the other undefeated pairing in the sectionals - Mount Gambier’s Brad Errock and Perria Davis. The duo of Pearson and Bowditch took out the final to emerge as State Champions for 2014, winning the 16 end final 20 shots to 10.Six local bowlers in all competed at the pairs event with Doreen Oakley, who
paired with Adelaide’s Ros Blakney, and Graham Dent, who also paired with an Adelaide bowler, Peter Matan, unsuccessful in making it past the sectional component of the competition. Results for the domestic pennant competition can be found on page 37 or by downloading the free Lifestyle1 app.
Above (from left) - Newly crowned State Indoor Bowls Men’s Pairs Champions Zac Pearson and Tony Bowditch with runners-up Brad Errock and Perria Davis.
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The Delltones - Harmony & Rock ‘n’ Roll That’s Good for the Soul HAMILTON PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, HAMILTON (July 24) and LIGHTHOUSE THEATRE, WARRNMABOOL (July 26) Australia knew that it loved the Delltones way back in 1958 when four young lifesaver’s appeared at the Bronte Surf Club and more than 50 years on The Delltones are still enchanting and entertaining audiences, playing, celebrating and elevating Rock’n’Roll. The Delltones remain one of the most consistent live entertainers in Australia with arguably the longest performing and recording history for a vocal harmony band with an original member – Peewee Wilson. If you only go out once this year, don’t miss the Delltones Live – They’re better than ever.
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Wattle Range Council is calling on community, sporting and recreational groups to apply for funding in the upcoming round of its Financial Assistance Grants program. The first round of Financial Assistance Grant funding opened early this week with applications from eligible groups invited in three separate categories. The Community Financial Assistance Grants are aimed at assisting a broad range of projects and events in the Wattle Range area, with a maximum grant value of $2000, the total allocation for this round is $15,000. Meanwhile, the Community Sport and Recreation Grants are targeted at identified sport and recreation projects with a total of $12,500 available for applications to a maximum value of $2000. Funded by Canunda Power, the Environmental Grants assist in the development of environmental and healthy lifestyle projects and events. Canunda Power have kindly made available a total of $4000 for distribution to groups and organisations eligible in this category. Mayor Peter Gandolfi said the annual grant programs aim to help sporting and community bodies with their projects. “I encourage groups to consider projects that may qualify for a grant as it may not only be an opportunity to complete the project but also expand the scope of it,” he said. Grant program guidelines and application forms are available to download at council’s website www.wattlerange.sa. gov.au or by contacting council on (08)8733 0900. Applications must be received by Council by 5pm on Friday, August 15, and will be scheduled for consideration at the September Council meeting.
LOCAL Make sure you can have your say Non-resident property owners have been removed from the Local Government voters roll and must reenrol by August 8 if they are to vote in this year’s local government elections. This includes businesses, tenants and non-resident owners of residential property. Under the State Parliament’s Local Government Elections Act, the non-resident voter’s roll is purged every four years from January 1 in an election year. Residents who are on the State House of Assembly voters roll for their correct address do not have to re-enrol. Officials from the region’s local councils said people who wanted to vote for their council members must enrol by 5pm on Friday, August 8. Enrolment forms can be obtained from council offices throughout the region. “It is your right to vote and although voting for the council is voluntary, I would encourage all eligible people to enrol and cast their postal vote this year to have a say in how their community
is run,” Mount Gambier City Council CEO Mark McShane said - a sentiment echoed by officials across the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria. Councils played a vital role in many issues which impact locally on business including planning and development policy, public events, roads and parks maintenance, library, support to sporting and community groups and major projects. Councils are the only sphere of government for which businesses can obtain a vote, but you need to enrol to exercise that right. Teenagers who are 17 can also provisionally enrol by August 8 and if they turn 18 on or prior to the close of voting on November 7 will also be able to vote. Further information on the 2014 Local Government Elections can be found on the Local Government Association and Electoral Commission SA websites at: http:www.lga.sa.gov.au /councilelections or http://www.ecsa. sa.gov.au/elections/council-elections
Above (top left) - Craig Tofts-Nathan streams into attack during under 12 action at the weekend; (above top right) - Centrals Under 17 player Matt Dean controls the ball up the wing; (above left) - Blue Lake’s Zaidyn Tweed looks for a team mate during Under 12 action at the weekend; (above right) - Ryan Green takes control of the ball in Uder 17 Western Border soccer action. Photos courtesy of Lisa Catalano and Paul McKenzie.
Soweto Gospel Choir July 26 - SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE, MOUNT GAMBIER South Africa’s most heavenly voices, the multi Grammy Award winning, Soweto Gospel Choir are returning to Australia with a 47 city national tour commencing on June 29. Since their formation in 2003, Soweto Gospel Choir have travelled the world bringing the joy of their music and the hope for a better world into the hearts of audiences everywhere. Their performances and recordings have been lauded by critics, by their public, and by their fellow artists. They have collaborated, recorded and performed with artists including Bono and U2, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Robert Plant, Celine Dion, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Peter Gabriel, Josh Grobin as well as classical music stars including Andre Rieu.
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Locals shine at national championships Three of Mount Gambier’s talented junior basketball squad, Lachlan Hunter, Tenille Gray and Brenna McKay, put in fine personal performancves at the 2014 Australian Under 16 Basketball Championships played in Geelong earlier this month. They joined more than 280 of Australia’s basketball stars of tomorrow in the highest level of national competition. The SA Country Men’s team finished with the sixth ranking of the 14 participants, probably a place or two higher than predicted prior to the championships. On the other hand the SA Country Women’s ranking of seventh is creditable but perhaps slightly below expectations going into the nationals. The form of the two teams over the week was contrasting; the men started slowly but then improved match by match, while the Women were most impressive early, but were unable to maintain this level as pressure mounted.Brenna and Tenille returned home with very impressive individual statistics. Brenna led the women’s championships in rebounds, averaging 16.8 per game for the six minor round games and finished with an outstanding overall figure of 12.6
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per game. It is interesting to note that thecChampionship leader in rebounds for the men’s competition was Samuel Waardenburg of New Zealand with a statistic of 13.1 rebounds per game, highlighting the impact of Brenna’s work during the week. Brenna and Tenille led the scoring for SA Country with an average of 12 points per game and in positions 9th and 10th in the overall competition numbers. Brenna also finished in the top 20 of the average assists for the championships. Lachlan was the quiet achiever in the men’s team. He played big minutes and consistently had a “fair dinkum” go, basing his efforts on defence and team structure. The 2014 champions are the SA Metro Women, which had former Pioneer Jason Joynes on its coaching panel, and NSW Country Men. SA Metro Women defeated Queensland South and NSW Country easily accounted for Victoria Metro Men in the gold medal games.
Below (from left) - Brenna McKay; Tenille Gray & Lachlan Hunter. Photos courtesy of Robert Tremelling.
Adelaide cyclist Chris Harper has taken out the 2014 Alex Roberts 100 Mile Classic. The Norwood club cyclist crossed the line well ahead of his arrivals, completing the course in 3 hours, 58 minutes and 13 seconds, in what was the 78th running of the prestigious event, which moved this year from its normal spring timeslot to a July fixture. The best placed local was Matthew Opperman in 13th. Download the Lifestyle1 app for full results of all the weeken’s cycling competitions and check out our facebook page for a gallery of all the action later in the week.
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SEABL - Mount Gambier Pioneers CASTEC RURAL SUPPLIES MOUNT GAMBIER PIONEERS 82 (B. Hill 31; E. Burdon 18; J. Warbout 12; B. Allen 10; T. Daly 5; D. Johnson 4; M. Sutton 2) d GEELONG SUPERCATS 77. CASTEC RURAL SUPPLIES MOUNT GAMBIER PIONEERS 101 (B. Allen 20; B. Hill 17; D. Johnson 16; E. Burdon 15; J. Warbout, M. Sutton 13; L. Blicavs 4; K. de Wit 3) d BRISBANE SPARTANS 76.
Jacqui of all trades clocks up 400 game milestone Jacqui Cocks has achieved what few players ever do – her 400 game milestone. The Glencoe stalwart has been an integral part of the club for almost four decades, beginning her career in 1978. She made her A grade debut in her final year of junior eligibility and she has since played in every senior grade. An integral member of the Murphies A grade line-up for many seasons, Jacqui’s premiership success has come in 2006 as the playing coach of the club’s B grade side and in 2008 in the B Reserve line-up – it took 27 years to first taste that premiership winning feeling. Jacqui’s height and smarts have been her greatest assets over the journey. Spending the majority of her career in the shooting circle, Jacqui was also a more than competent defender and her ability to position herself to make life tough for opposition defenders, as well as opposition goalers, when at the other end,
have been her trademark over her 36 year career. Her intimate understanding of the game saw her possess clever timing and she always seems to be in the right place at the right time for her team mates. Her rebounding ability has also made her an asset at both ends of the court. Jacqui has also payed her role as a Mid South East representative, heading to the SA Country Championships in 1988 as part of the association’s C grade line-up. Jacqui is one of those genuine club people that all but lives, with her family, at the football club during the season. She married Robbie Cocks in 1990 and has three children Sam, Zacc and Abbie and Jacqui was able to celebrate her 400 game milestone with daughter Abbie by her side – the duo are playing together for the first season ever in Glencoe’s B grade team. While her playing achievements have been outstanding in themselves, Jacqui has given so much more to the Glencoe Netball Club than merely serving as a player, which was reflected in Jacqui being awarded Life Membership of the Club in 2010. Jacqui was president of the Glencoe Netball Club for four seasons between 2007 and 2010. She was the vice president in 2006, has previously held the positions of secretary and umpires coordinator and has been a member of the committee for a very significant period of time, certainly well in excess of 15 years. Jacqui has constantly been willing to put up her hand to fulfil coaching duties and has coached the A Reserve, B Grade, B Reserve, 17&Under, 13&Under and Junior 1&2 sides as well as being a Net, Set, Go coordinator. It would be difficult to find a year where Jacqui has not coached in one grade or another. This year, Jacqui continues on in that vein as playing coach of the B Grade side. In recent years, Jacqui has further expanded her impressive netball portfolio by becoming a regular umpire and obtaining her C Grade Umpiring Badge in 2012. She has also generously given of her skills further afield by taking on the role assistant secretary on the Mid South East Netball Association Executive over the past four seasons.
Left - Jacqui Cocks (right) celebrates her 400th game with daughter Abbie. Photo courtesy of Naomi Mitchell. lifestyle1.net | 35
The Pioneers sit five wins clear at the top of the South Conference and host third ranked Kilsyth this Friday night at the Icehouse. Tip off is at 8pm.
• Above (top row) - South Gambier’s Ashlee Cutting looks for a team mate during A Reserve action at Island Park and Rachel O’Brien gets ready to deliver a long pass during her side’s 20 goal victory. O’Brien was one of her side’s best in the away victory. • Above (bottom row) - Talented Casterton Sandford defender Taylah Guthrie can’t quite chase down this loose ball and veteran Trictia Cleary takes this ball strongly during A Reserve action at the weekend.
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MSEFL - A Grade
Mt Burr 6.3 13.11 13.16 15.21 (111) Tantanoola 5.3 7.4 11.8 14.10 (94) Goals - Mt Burr: C. Murray 4; D. Gamble 3; D. Bowering, D. Ridley 2; N. Muhovics, B. Hennink, J. Gregory, T. Renzi. Tantanoola: G. Gascoyne 3; C. Williams, M. Pilmore, C. Williams 2; H. Brown, L. Smith, T. Stringer, J. Dawe, D. Tincknell. Best - Mt Burr: C. Gallio, N. Morrison, W. Whitty, D. Ridley, J. Gregory, D. Gamble, Tantanoola: T. Stringer, D. Knaggs, C. Williams, M. Coote, J. McRostie, B. Reilly. Kalangadoo 6.2 13.4 18.12 20.13 (133) Kongorong 5.2 6.4 6.9 10.13 (73) Goals - Kalangadoo: A. Kilsby 8; A. Lyon 3; T. Jones, M. Doody 2; B. Mules, B. Casey, M. Krieger, T. Williams, B. Auld. Kongorong: J. Simkin 3; J. Phillips 2; J. Jenkin, B. Saffin, J. Wright, K. Saffin, B. Weaver. Best - Kalangadoo: A. Kilsby, M. Krieger, B. Mules, T. Williams, C. Mules, M. Jones. Kongorong: M. Waters, M. Von Stanke, J. Phillips, J. Simkin, L., Jenkin, J. Wright. Hatherleigh 7.6 10.7 10.10 13.12 (90) Port MacDonnell 1.0 4.5 5.10 5.11 (41) Goals - Hatherleigh: B. Wight 3; J. Bateman, S. Beggs, T. Agnew 2; S. telfer, T. Bell, M. Pulmer, S. Waring. Pt Mac: J. McGregor 2; A. Taylor, R. Povey, L. McIntyre. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Sullivan, C. Buckley, M. Fabris, J. Ferguson-Lane, J. Skeer, M. Faulkner. Pt Mac: W. MacDonald, B. Lynch, B. Stephens, K. McClean, D. O’Dine, B. McGregor. Glencoe 6.1 13.4 21.7 27.9 (171) Nangwarry 3.4 5.7 6.10 9.10 (64) Goals - Glencoe: A. Hentschke, M. McRae 9; R. Dalby 3; L. Allison 2; L. Sharaf, S. Giersch, C. Von Duve, T. Hawke. Nangwarry: T. PLoenges 3; S. Merrett 2; N. Boon, C. Lock, N. Block, A. Mills. Best - Glencoe: Z. Cocks, T. Hawke, A. Hentschke, T. Edwards, M. McRae, M. Kasparian. Nangwarry: N. Boon, M. Fatchen, B. Kelly, N. Reeves, C. Lock, A. Paprotny.
Mt Burr Kalangadoo Port MacDonnell Tantanoola Hatherleigh Glencoe Robe Kongorong Nangwarry
Anthony Kilsby John Simkin Alex Hentschke Dylan Bromley Matt Pilmore Michael McRae Glen Gascoyne Jaryd Dawson
% Pts 60.22 40 59.94 40 58.90 32 51.17 32 58.80 28 46.48 16 42.58 12 43.81 8 30.65 0
Kalangadoo Kongorong Glencoe Port MacDonnell Tantanoola Glencoe Tantanoola Robe
Mt Burr 57 (H. Agnew, H. Clark) d Tantanoola 42 (T. Knaggs, J. Walker);Kalangadoo 94 (J. Peacock, J. Pitt) d Kongorong 36 (T. Pelkonen, S. Allen); Hatherleigh 39 (K. Green, G. Brooks) drew with Port MacDonnell 39 (A. Heald, M. Lewis) Glencoe 50 (E. McDiramid, D. Jaeschke) d Nangwarry 30 (T. Stewart, K. McDiarmid).
Tantanoola 79 (K. Rower, L. Barber) d Mt Burr 27 (B. Ferguson, R. Fox); Kalangadoo 70 (R. Collins, T. Coxon) d Kongorong 20 (C. Leese, E. Hudson); Hatherleigh 65 (M. Hann, S. Haines) d Port MacDonnell 48 (S. Morgan, T. Merrett); Glencoe 48 (J. Leigh, J. Gosden) d Nangwarry 39 (C. Ploenges, T. Ploenges).
Tantanoola 70 (M. Clarke, B. Merrett) d Mt Burr 27 (K. Wilson, P. Bowering); Kalangadoo 40 (S. Collins) d Kongorong 28 (E. Lightbody, R. Baldwin); Port MacDonnell 58 (L. Neale, B. Williams) d Hatherleigh 36 (C. Merrett, T. Smith); Nangwarry 47 (E. Holmes, C. Lock) d Glencoe 40 (A. Tweddle, S. Frew).
Tantanoola 74 d Mt Burr 13 (A. Potter, L. Watts); Kongorong 47 (C. Ashby, C. Doody) d Kalangadoo 36 (E. Schultz, C. Shelton); Hatherleigh 45 (R. Bowering) d Port MacDonnell 41 (M. Perryman, K. Millard); Nangwarry 66 (L. Rainey, D. Hicks) d Glencoe 33 (K. Whibley, S. Mustart).
17 & Under
Mt Burr 40 (G. Carnellor, C. Leigh-Hawke) d Tantanoola 29 (A. Lucas, K. HurstChapman); Kalangadoo 88 (J. Jones, J. Lythgo) d Kongorong 8 (T. Modra, M. Manser); Hatherleigh 61 (E. Nettle, D. Smith) d Port MacDonnell 51 (A. Neshoda, M. Murdoch).
15 & Under
Tantanoola 60 (K. Hale, D. Milnes) d Mt Burr 33 (M. Taylor, C. Vanderhorst); Kongorong 27 (K. Long, D. Kuhl)( d Kalangadoo 24 (K. Opie, A. Redford); Hatherleigh 64 (L. MacGregor, A. Brooks) d Port MacDonnell 40 (N. Fensom, A. Williams); Glencoe 62 (B. Leane, L. Edmonds) d Nangwarry 21 (M. Carter, L. Lobley).
49 44 41 39 36 34 33 30
13 & Under
Tantanoola 50 (M. Telfer-Scott, T. Patzel) d Mt Burr 38 (S. Wallis, L. Bowering); Kalangadoo 55 G. Duncan, J. Ryan) d Kongorong 10 (G. Bald, J. Shepherd); Hatherleigh 36 (G. Chant, M. Gray) d Port MacDonnell 26 (R. Buckingham, M. Millard).
Round 15 - July 26
Mt Burr v Kongorong; Kalangadoo v Hatherleigh; Glencoe v Tantanoola; Robe v Nangwarry; Port MacDonnell - bye.
SWDFL - A Grade
Tantanoola 13.18 (96) d Mt Burr 3.9 (27) Kongorong 8.7 (55) d Kalangadoo 4.9 (33) Port MacDonnell 18.10 (118) d Hatherleigh 7.2 (44) Nangwarry 14.5 (89) d Glencoe 14.3 (87)
Heywood 3.3 7.9 8.14 11.18 (84) Westerns 1.2 1.2 2.7 2.10 (22) Goals - Heywood: W. Bell 7; C. Foster, L. Malseed, B. Church, J. Saunders. Westerns: B. England, R. Cracknell. Best - Heywood: B. Millard, J. Carter, L. Malseed, C. Mizzi, J. Nash, J. Saunders. Westerns: D. Jennings, J. Patterson, B. Smith, B. Kerr, B. Rice, H. Warren. Tyrendarra 1.4 3.6 7.7 9.7 (61) Cavendish 1.4 1.8 3.13 5.17 (47) Goals - Tyrendarra: S. Easterbrook 5; K. Sherwell 2; T. Holland, J. Atwell. Cavendish: L. McKenzie, S. Hayes, R. McNaughton, S. White, N. Curtis. Best - Tyrendarra: T. Cocks, S. Easterbrook, T. O’Connell, M. Toohy, T. Holland, S. Marra. Cavendish: S. Hayes, J. Shannon, L. Purcell, J. Huf, R. McNaughton, N. Curtis. Dartmoor 6.3 11.6 24.10 30.16 (196) Heathmere 0.1 2.4 3.5 5.7 (37) Goals - Dartmoor: J. McCrae 9; S. Jones 5; J. Lynch 4; B. Hicks 3; M. Oldfield, L. Hatherell, J. Franklin 2; J. Drakeley, J, Polaski, L. Polaski. Heathmere: P. Edwards 2; K. Hill, A. Nelson, S. Lucas. Best - Dartmoor: J. McCrae, M. Phillips, J. Lynch, M. Oldifeld, S. Jones, B. Hicks. Heathmere: M. Gore, B. West. A. Nelson, D. Oliver, J. Wyllie. Coleraine 1.3 6.6 9.13 12.17 (89) Branxholme-Wallacedale 1.2 4.6 7.7 11.9 (75) Goals - Coleraine: J. Vickery 3; J. Powell, L. Robinson 2; S. Picken, B. Rhook, L. Kaine, J. Eats, C. Deutscher. Branx-Wallace: P. Downs 4; A. Cameron 2; S. Brewer, N. Van Hees, J. Logan, B. Heron, C. Pepper. Best - Coleraine: J. Vickery, C. Deutscher, J. Eats, A. Gould, D. Miller, J. Brown. Branx-Wallace: A. Cameron, C. Jenkins, N. Lester, N. Van Hees, P. Downs, S. Brewer.
Mt Burr 10.8 (68) d Tantanoola 2.6 (18) Kongorong 8.3 (51) d Kalangadoo 2.5 (17) Hatherleigh 5.8 (38) d Port MacDonnell 3.11 (29) Nangwarry 12.7 (79) d Glencoe 10.4 (64)
Mt Burr 14.10 (94) d Tantanoola 0.0 (0) Kalangadoo 14.7 (91) d Kongorong 0.4 (4) Hatherleigh 17.15 (117) d Port MacDonnell 1.0 (6) Glencoe 7.8 (50) d Nangwarry 6.2 (38) Download the Lifestyle1 app for full details, including goal kickers & best players.
• Above - Kalangadoo’s Tom Williams. Photo courtesy of Andrew Crouch.
Hampden FL - A Grade Portland 3.6 10.13 11.17 14.21 (105) South Warrnambool 4.0 5.0 9.3 10.5 (65) Goals - Portland: L. Crane 4; N. Haylock 2; S. Clark, J. Dignan, J. Moody, M. Kelly, J. Edwards, B. Malcolm, T. Templeton, D. O’Loughlin. South Warrnambool: K. Jarvis 5; R. Gregg 2; S. Maddern, S. Beks, S. Thomas. Best - Portland: J. Edwards, L. Crane, D. Falcone, M. Egland, M. Armor, B. Malcolm. South Warrnambool: P. Anderson, J. Alexander, K. Jarvis, S. Williams, N. Hunt, T. Ryan. Hamilton Kangaroos v Port Fairy - no final score available at press time.
Round 15 - July 26
Hampden Netball - A Grade
Westerns v Heathmere; Branxholme-Wallacedale v Dartmoor; Cavendish v Heywood; Coleraine v Tyrendarra.
Portland 51 (L. Hockley, L. Kelly, H. Bunney) d South Warrnambool 48; Hamilton Kangaroos 67 (A. Smeald, R. Lewis, C. Crawford) d Port Fairy 33.
Round 14 - July 26
% Dartmoor 374.33 Heywood 205.20 Coleraine 119.84 Westerns 91.25 Tyrendarra 94.95 Cavendish 92.50 Branx-Wallace 55.23 Heathmere 21.88
Camperdown v Portland; Hamilton Kangaroos v Terang Mortlake.
SOCCER South East Women’s Football Association Seniors United 2 (S. Freeman, A. Hogg) d City 0; Palace 1 (A. Hales) d Wanderers 0; Millicent 1 (J. Grgetic); Portland 2 (T. Jensen, E. Butcher) d Villa 0. Juniors Palace 4 (E. Firth 2; B. Milligan, K. Payne) d Wanderers 0; County 5 (B. Thomson 3; K. Coulson, I. Galluccio).
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Pts 56 47 36 30 28 18 8 0
Goalkickers Jason McCrae Dartmoor John Bell Heywood Darcy Russell Coleraine Peter Downs Branx-Wallace Lachlan McKenzie Cavendish Mick Wilson Heywood Reece Cracknell Westerns Jake Patterson Westerns
79 54 41 35 33 27 27 26
• Above (from top) - Michael Krieger played his best game for the year in Kalangadoo’s easy win over Kongorong. Photo courtesy of Andrew Crouch. Blake Lynch looks to take possession before Sam Telfer can worry him out of it in A grade Mid South East football action at the weekend. Damien O’Dine and Brad Wight tussle for possession during Hatherleigh’s win over the 2012 premiers. Marie Lewis places this ball to the advantage of Toni-Lee Gilmore to prevent defender Georgina Brooks from getting a hand on the pass. Emily Taylor leads in the chase for the ball in A grade Mid South East netball action at the weekend. Photos courtesy of Karen Cawthornee
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WBFL - A Grade
KNTFL - A Grade
North Gambier 3.2 10.3 11.4 17.5 (107) East Gambier 3.6 6.8 8.14 10.15 (75) Goals - North: J. McConnell, M. McInerney 4; B. Close 3; P. Perry 2; N. Moretti, B. Egan B. Stafford, J. Schutz. East: K. Thomson 4; J. Harrap 3; M. Dempsey, C. Anderson, A. Wilson. Best - North: P. Perry, R. O’Grady, N. Bartezko, S. Flett, B. Close, M. McInerney. East: J. Harrap, S. Clark, S. Balshaw, J. Eldridge, N. Lock G. Janeway. South Gambier 7.6 11.8 12.14 16.16 (112) Casterton Sandford 3.0 3.2 7.3 10.4 (64) Goals - South: S. Berkefeld 4; C. Slape, C. Williams, B. Exelby, J. Ryan 2; B. O’Neil, M. Berkefeld, B. Howard, J. Primer. Casterton Sandford: C. Perry 3; M. Killey, D, Ryan, J. Stephenson 2; T. Clode. Best - South: S. Berkefeld, B. Howard, B. Bryant, B. O’Neill, C. Slape, J. Ryan. Casterton Sandford: J. Stephenson, M. Killey, D. Wombwell, D. Ayton, N. Upton, C. Talbot. West Gambier 4.2 8.9 13.15 14.18 (102) Millicent 1.2 4.3 6.4 10.7 (67) Goals - West: J. Schapel 5; T. Badman 2; E. King, B. Wilson, J. Lock, T. Dolan, A. Kennedy, D. McElroy, T. Holmes. Millicent: N. Robbins 3; M. redman, J. Reilly 2; C. Haggett, H. Nitschke, J. Walker. Best - West: D. McElroy, B. Wilson, S. Wenman, J. Schapel, K. O’Brien, T. Dolan. Millicent: M. Redman, H. Nitschke, B. Kenny, C. Denton, H. Reilly.
Padthaway 3.4 9.5 14.8 18.12 (120) Penola 1.3 5.7 7.11 11.14 (80) Goals - Padthaway: B. Gunning 5; L. Harder 4; S. Welsh, S. Townsend 2; J. Degabriele, T. McLennan, C. Marshall, A. Longbottom, I. Perrie. Penola: A. Merrett 3; M. Willson 3; J. Copping 2; B. Foster, J. Galpin. Best - Padthaway: B. Gunning, I. Perrie, T. Edwards, S. Edwards, S. Welsh, C. Marshall. Penola: W. Banton, M. Merrett, T. Pearce, M. Willson, S. Jackman, A. Merrett. Kingston 5.1 8.4 10.7 15.12 (102) Border Districts 3.4 8.7 12.11 13.11 (89) Goals - Kingston: S. Braidwood 6; T. Mills, J. Hyland 2; J. Gluyas, B. Warner, K. Baker, H. Rothall, M. Higgs. Border Districts: S. Taylor 5; S. Ferenci 2; C. Barras, C. Robinson, C. Burr, K. Miller, R. Oliver, M. Lemon. Best - Kingston: J. Austin, R. Clarke, J. Brown, S. Braidwood, B. Warner, W. Goods. Border Districts: A. Wilson, M. Lemon, C. Burr, S. Ferenci, N. Thomson, S. Taylor. Lucindale 8.2 16.5 23.9 30.13 (193) Kybybolite 5.2 6.3 7.4 9.8 (62) Goals - Lucindale: S. McGurk 7; A. Smart 6; S. Marlding 5; R. Handbury, S. Logan 3; R. McInerney 2; S. Graetz, N. Clarke, R. Wilks, M. Kelsh. Kybybolite: M. Schinckel 4; S. Craig 2; M. Drury, B. Munn, C. MacKinnon. Best - Lucindale: R. Wilks, S. Graetz, S. McGurk, N. Clarke, M. Snowball, R. McInerney. Kybybolite: B. Kurtzer, R. Jaensch, C. Sandercock, M. Schinckel. M. Pfitzner, T. Woodard. Mundulla 9.4 14.8 22.12 29.14 (188) Naracoorte 4.1 8.2 12.3 13.7 (85) Goals - Mundulla: D. Burgess 9; H. Thorpe, S. Luckett 3; B. Lehmann, J. Hinge, J. Mock 2; H. Trenorden, J. Hoppo-Luckett, G. Obst, T. Ballinger, N. Davis, J. McGrice, A. Obst, T. Excell. Naracoorte: J. Dixon, T. Burns, F. Day, M. Gill 2; K. Jacobs, S. Willson, C. Beggs, M. Childs, J. Gilbert. Best - Mundulla: S. Luckett, D. Burgess, J. Milligan, J. McGrice, G. Obst, L. Wiese. Naracoorte: S. Willson, M. Gill, M. Childs, T. Burns, J. Gilbert, T. Atkins. Kaniva Leeor 8.0 14.0 17.1 17.4 (106) Bordertown 2.0 4.4 7.4 14.5 (89) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: L. Ryan 6; D. Williams 4; J. Turner 3; S. Stallion 2; T. Boyd, A. Brown. Bordertown: L. Staple 7; J. Jarrett 3; R. Tink, J. Creaser, T. Harkness, C. Dahlitz. Best - Kaniva Leeor: S. Brown, L. Ryan, J. Turner, S. Vivian, D. Williams, A. Brown. Bordertown: L. Staple, N. Clark, C. Clark, B. Loewyk, T. Watson, J. Vunitabua.
% Pts North Gambier 176.76 21 South Gambier 181.56 19 West Gambier 113.13 14 Casterton Sandford 84.75 10 East Gambier 66.30 8 Millicent 44.11 0
Goalkickers Brett Exelby Justin McConnell Kevin Thomson Nick Moretti Josh Stephenson Nick Allen
South Gambier North Gambier East Gambier North Gambier Casterton Sandford West Gambier
50 50 38 37 30 25
North Gambier 18.5 (113) d East Gambier 5.3 (33); Casterton Sandford 8.11 (59) d South Gambier 8.9 (57); West Gambier v Millicent (no details available).
17 & under
North Gambier 13.5 (83) d East Gambier 5.7 (37) South Gambier 20.7 (127) d Casterton Sandford 5.6 (36) West Gambier 23.11 (143) d Millicent 2.2 (14)
• Below (top row) - Sarah Lock flies high to take this pass and youngster Tenille Gray looks to out position Alannah Campbell. All three players were in their team’s best. Photos courtesy of Frank Monger. • Below (second row) - Under 12 B player Chloe Kerr sends this pass down court and Daniell Mutch competes hard with Hayley Hamilton during 15 & under action at Island Park.
East Gambier 15.12 (102) d North Gambier 0.1 (1) South Gambier 8.3 (51) d Casterton Sandford 4.9 (33) West Gambier v Millicent (no details available)
• Below (bottom row) - Jayda Hanson looks for a team mate in Under 12 B action and 15 & under player Eva Chandler stretches well to take this pass.
East Gambier 7.9 (51) d North Gambier 3.2 (20) West Gambier v Millicent (no details available) Download the Lifestyle1 app for full details, including goal kickers & best players.
• Above - East Gambier’s Jayden Eldridge comes in with a late spoil, makjing life tough for his team mate Matt McCallum as well. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.
• Above - East Gambier’s Jake Harrap. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.
Padthaway Kanvia Leeor Penola Mundulla Bordertown Keith Lucindale Naracoorte Kingston Border Districts Kybybolite
Adam Merrett Daniel Burgess Scott Welsh Sam Mardling Clint Barras Dylan Williams Leigh Ryan Ben Simounds Scott Carberry Luke Harder
% 67.57 59.96 66.85 63.46 55.86 53.93 48.03 41.36 36.85 33.99 29.95
Pts 44 40 32 32 28 28 16 16 8 8 4
Penola Mundulla Padthaway Lucindale Border Districts Kaniva Leeor Kaniva Leeor Keith Kybybolite Padthaway
66 51 45 44 40 39 37 34 32 32
Western Border Netball
Penola 13.9 (87) d Padthaway 6.8 (44); Kingston 14.5 (89) d Border Districts 9.8 (62); Lucindale 12.16 (88) d Kybybolite 6.7 (43); Mundulla 10.16 (76) d Naracoorte 6.1 (37); Bordertown 9.8 (62) d Kaniva Leeor 7.7 (47).
East Gambier 47 (T. Gray, S. Lock) drew with North Gambier 47 (M. Gazzard, A. Campbell); Millicent 62 (D. Denton, L. Duldig) d West Gambier 45 (A. Cram, C. Davey); Casterton Sandford 41 (E. Brewster, J. Murphy) drew with South Gambier 41 (N. Butler, A. Boylan).
Penola 14.9 (93) d Padthaway 1.2 (8); Kybybolite d Lucindale (forfeit); Naracoorte 8.4 (52) d Mundulla 4.8 (32); Kaniva Leeor 10.9 (69) d Bordertown 5.4 (34).
Penola 9.9 (63) d Padthaway 0.1 (1); Kingston 11.5 (71) d Border Districts 1.0 (6); Lucindale 10.5 (65) d Kybybolite 1.3 (9); Naracoorte 11.9 (75) d Mudulla 0.1 (1); Kaniva Leeor 7.8 (50) d Bordertown 1.1 (7). Download the Lifestyle1 app for full details, including goal kickers & best players.
North Gambier 62 (K. Bilney, S. Chapman) d East Gambier 42 (Z. Tomkinson, R. Anderson-Gibson); Millicent 44 (K. Lynch, C. Grimes) d West Gambier 34 ( S. Cummins, O. McEvoy); South Gambier 53 (T. Thomson, R. O’Brien) d Casterton Sandford 33 (T. Guthrie, G. Tomkins).
KNT Netball - A Grade
North Gambier 61 (L. Kamphius, G. McInerney) d East Gambier 42 (Z. Cornolo, I. Dihm); West Gambier 45 (D. Watson, B. Allen) d Millicent 31 (H. Wesolowski, A. Lonergan); Casterton Sandford 51 (M. Bull, C. Pratt) d South Gambier 45 (K. Grubb, K. McIntyre-Clarke).
Bordertown 79 (J. Lange, E. Foulds) d Kanvia Leeor 35 (K. O’Neill, H. Grosser); Border Districts 68 (K. Jacob, K. Gill) d Kingston 29 (E. Southall, A. Brown); Naracoorte 41 (E. Hunter, S. duRand) d Mundulla 38 (P. Marra, A. Reilly); Lucindale 53 (C. Baker, M. Gear) d Kybybolite 27 (S. Arnold, A. Walker). Download the Lifestyle1 app for a full list of results.
Round 14 - July 26
North Gambier 59 (I. Hardacre, T. McGinty) d East Gambier 44 (C. Younghusband, M. Wichman); West Gambier 48 (R. Humphries, B. Perryman) d Millicent 33 (K. Ryan, M. Tilley) South Gambier 45 (N. Attiwill, K. Torney) d Casterton Sandford 39 (K. Gill-Killey, H. Layley).
Keith v Kingston; Bordertown v Mundulla; Penola v Lucindale; Border Districts v Kybybolite; Kaniva Leeor v Padthaway; Naracoorte - bye.
INDOOR BOWLS Pennant Results
17 & Under
East Gambier 48 (R. Hines, T. Gray) d North Gambier 36 (E. Pietsch, S. Allen); Millicent 39 (A. Walker, Z. Brown) d West Gambier 11 (G. Ferguson, O. McEvoy); Casterton Sandford 36 (T. Perry, T. Guthrie) d South Gambier 23 (M. Lawler, F. Clayton).
Mount Gambier Community RSL Pennants - Round 12 Kilsby Shield St Martins 46 drew with Mt Gambier Bowls Club Gold 46; RSL & District Gold 55 d Kongorong 32; Commercial Club Gold 72 d Glencoe 39; Post-Tel 52 d Glenburnie 47. Malseed Shield Saints 76 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 43; Moorak Blue 61 d O.B. Flat 47; Yahl 55 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 48; Mil Lel 71 d Moorak Red 25.
15 & Under
East Gambier 64 (T. Gray, B. McKay) d North Gambier 26 (L. Ross, G. Hood); West Gambier 32 (M. Kipping, G. Hunter) d Millicent 22 (M. Turner, A. Craig); South Gambier 71 (Z. Duncan, I. Redemski) d Casterton Sandford 12 (E. Chandler, D. Mutch).
13 & Under
North Gambier 41 (O. Patzel, S. McKinnon) d East Gambier 12 (C. McMahon, I. Sneath); Millicent 48 (I. Turner, H. Nitschke) d West Gambier 16 (H. Witherow, M. Attard); South Gambier 57 (J. Adams, C, Edmonds) d Casterton Sandford 7 (B. Gibbs, M. Mutch).
Premiership Tables after round 12 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 20 points, 159.53%; Glenburnie 18, 121.54; RSL & District Gold 16, 118.87; Commercial Club Gold 14, 109.38; Mt Gambier Bowls Club Gold 12, 91.14; St Martins 11, 82.04; Glencoe 4, 78.32; Kongorong 1, 65.35. Malseed Shield Saints 21, 161.20; Mil Lel 18, 137.99; O.B.Flat 18, 127.38; Yahl 12, 99.69; Moorak Blue 11, 101.36; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 8, 78.75; Blue Lake Bowlers White 5, 74.17; Moorak Red 3, 57.47.
Round 12 - July 19
North Gambier v South Gambier; West Gambier v East Gambier; Millicent v Casterton-Sandford.
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TV GUIDE THURSDAY, JULY 24
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Sunrise 5.00 World Watch 7.30 Tour 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Today 9.00 The Morning Show de France Update 8.05 World Opening Ceremony 9.30 Mornings 11.30 Seven Morning News Watch 1.00 World’s Most 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 Na onal News 12.00 The Midday Movie Dangerous Roads 2.00 Sex 11.00 MasterChef Australia 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Sweet Tempta on (M) 12.00 Dr Phil Under The Sea 3.00 France 1.00 The People’s Court 2.00 The Daily Edi on 24 News 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Extra 3.00 The Chase 2.00 Jamie Oliver’s Food 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Al Jazeera News 4.00 Seven News at 4 Revolu on 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 The Journal 5.00 Deal Or No Deal 3.00 Judge Judy 4.15 Na onal News 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Global Village 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 WIN News 6.00 Tour de France Highlights 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 6.30 SBS World News *Double Episode* 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.30 The Footy Show (AFL) 7.30 Luke Nguyen’s France 8.00 Border Security: 6.00 Family Feud 10.30 The Footy Show (NRL) 8.00 French Food Safari Interna onal 6.30 The Project 12.30 All Australian News 8.30 The London Markets 8.30 What Really Happens 7.30 MasterChef Australia 1.30 A Current Aﬀair 9.30 SBS World News Lage In Bali 9.30 Commonwealth Games 2.00 The Middle 10.00 Tour de France Live 9.30 Movie: Hitch (M) 2.30 Extra Stage 18: Pau to Swimming heats, 12.00 Cougar Town Hautacam triathlon, rhythmic gym., 3.00 Danoz 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Good Morning America 1.30 Food Lovers’ Guide netball: Aus v Wales, 5.30 Seven Early News 5.00 Early Morning News To Australia cycling and judo finals. GO 5.00 Thundercats 5.30 The Looney GEM 4.30 Ellen 5.30 The People’s Court 7 TWO 4.30 Corona on Street 5.00 Tunes Show 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 6.30 Friends 7.30 A Current Aﬀair 8.00 Shortland Street 5.30 Homes Under Adventure Time 7.00 The Big Bang RBT 8.30 Movie: Good Will Hun ng (M) The Hammer 6.00 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Theory 7.30 Britain’s Got Talent 9.30 11.05 The Closer 12.00 Friends 12.30 Bigfoot Files 8.30 Criminal Minds 11.40 Movie: The Bounty Hunter (M) 11.40 2 Adventures in Rainbow Country 1.00 Strangeways 12.45 Father Ted 1.15 1/2 Men 12.10 Britain’s Got Talent Gideon’s Way 2.00 Home Shopping Harry’s Prac ce 1.45 Kingswood Country
TV GUIDE FRIDAY, JULY 25
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News 10.00 The Men 9.00 The Morning Show 9.30 Mornings Early Morning - Day 1 Who Made Us Spend 11.00 Big 11.30 Seven Morning News 11.00 Na onal News 8.00 Family Feud Encore Ideas 12.00 ABC News 1.00 The 12.00 The Midday Movie 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Jonathan Ross Show 1.50 At 8.30 Studio 10 1.00 The People’s Court 11.00 MasterChef Australia The Movies Blue Moon (PG) 2.00 Extra 12.00 Dr Phil 2.00 The Daily Edi on 2.30 Tractor Monkeys 2.30 Alive And Cooking 1.00 The Doctors 3.00 The Chase 3.00 Last Of The Summer 3.00 Na onal News Now 2.00 Jamie Oliver’s Food 4.00 Seven News at 4 Wine 4.15 Na onal News Revolu on 5.00 Deal Or No Deal 3.30 Midsomer Murders 5.30 Hot Seat 3.00 Judge Judy 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 5.00 ABC News: Early Edi on 6.00 Na onal news 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Seven News 5.30 The Drum 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.30 Today Tonight 6.00 Eggheads 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 6.30 QI 7.00 Be er Homes & Gardens 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.30 The Friday Movie 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.00 ABC News 8.00 2014 AFL Season 7.30 7.30 (SA) West Coast v Richmond 6.00 Family Feud Fool’s Gold (M) 6.30 The Project 8.00 Miss Marple: 11.30 Highway Patrol 10.45 Movie: Something To 7.30 The Living Room Greenshaw’s Folly (PG) 12.00 The Late Movie Talk About (M) 8.30 Commonwealth Games 1.00 All Australian News 9.30 Secret State Home Invasion (AV) Glasgow Evening - Day 2 2.00 A Current Aﬀair 10.15 Lateline 2.00 Celebrity Juice 10.30 Glasgow Late - Day 2 3.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Movie: Cold Sweat (M) 10.55 Dirty Laundry 1.00 Glasgow Overnight 4.00 NBC Today 4.30 Good Morning America 11.35 rage 7 MATE 5.00 Horsepower TV 5.30 ELEVEN 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King of ONE HD 8.30 Commonwealth Games Mythbusters 6.30 Movie: T.B.A. 10.30 Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 The - Encore 6.00 Commonwealth Games Movie: Smokin’ Aces 2: Assassins’ Ball Brady Bunch 5.30 Beverly Hills 90210 - Live 8.30 Cops: Adults Only 9.30 Movie: (AV) 12.30 Movie: Tremors (M) 2.30 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 7.30 The Secret (MA15+) 12.00 Being Posi ve: Disorderly Conduct Caught On Tape 3.30 So You Think You Can Dance 9.30 The Healthy Living for Aust. with HIV 12.30 Trucks! 4.00 Motor Mate Graham Norton Show 10.30 Oﬀspring Com’wealth Games - Guide to Glasgow
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 7.30 Tour 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Today de France Update 8.05 World 9.00 The Morning Show Swimming finals & rhyth. 9.30 Mornings Watch 1.00 Costa’s Garden 11.30 Seven Morning News 11.00 Na onal News gymnas cs team final. Odyssey 1.30 Inspector Rex 12.00 The Midday Movie 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 8.30 Studio 10 2.25 Wonderful Indonesia 2.30 1.00 The People’s Court 11.00 MasterChef Australia Blue Moon (PG) 1.00 The Doctors NITV News Week 3.00 France 24 2.00 The Daily Edi on 2.00 Extra 2.00 Jamie Oliver’s Food News 3.30 Al Jazeera News 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 The Chase Revolu on 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 4.00 The Journal 3.00 Judge Judy 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal Or No Deal 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 5.30 Global Village 6.00 WIN News 6.00 Seven News 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 Tour de France Daily 7.30 The Big Bang Theory Highlights 7.00 Be er Homes & Gardens 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.30 The Friday Movie 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.30 SBS World News 8.30 2014 AFL Season 6.00 Family Feud 7.30 Hairy Bikers’ Asian Round 18 Fool’s Gold (M) Adventure West Coast v Richmond 6.30 The Project 10.45 Movie: Something To 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 David Suchet: In The 12.00 Oﬀ The Bench Talk About (M) 8.30 Commonwealth Games 1.40 All Australian News Footsteps of St Paul Hosted by Wayne 9.30 Tour de France: Stage 19 Schwass, Tim Watson Swimming heats, cycling, 2.40 Movie: Cold Sweat (M) 1.30 The Food Lovers’ Guide and Ros Lanigan. Starring Charles rhythmic gym., hockey To Australia 12.30 Home Shopping Bronson. (women’s) Aus v Wales 2.00 Reykjavik-Ro erdam 1.00 Home Shopping 4.30 Good Morning America and Judo finals. GO 5.00 Thundercats 5.30 The Looney GEM 4.30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 7 TWO 5.30 Homes Under The Hammer Tunes Show 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 5.30 The People’s Court 6.30 Friends 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Dog Patrol 8.00 Movie: Journey 2: The Mysterious Island 7.30 Football: Broncos v Storm (Live) Motorway Patrol 8.30 Escape To The (PG) 8.30 Movie: Lord of The Rings: 9.30 Football: Knights v Roosters 11.30 Country 9.30 Australia’s Best Houses The Two Towers (M) 12.00 Beware The Movie: Street Kings (AV) 1.40 Movie: The 10.00 Fantasy Homes By The Sea 11.00 Rep le (M) 3.30 Movie: The Rebel (G) Cowboy Builders 12.00 Downsize Me Batman 1.00 Regular Show 2.00 TMZ
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Saturday Disney 6.00 rage 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 11.30 Catalyst Early Morning - Day 2 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 The Morning Show 12.00 Australian Story 8.00 I Fish 10.00 Mornings - Weekend 12.30 A Farmer’s Life For Me 8.30 Studio 10: Saturday 12.00 Fishing Australia 12.00 DR Oz 1.30 Miss Marple: 11.00 Bondi Vet Encore 1.00 Four Weddings Greenshaw’s Folly (PG) 12.00 The Living Room Encore 12.30 Wild Life of Tim Faulkner 2.00 SANFL 2014 3.15 Travelling North 1.00 The Talk 1.00 Movie: Miss Pe grew Pt Adelaide v Adelaide 5.00 River Co age 2.00 The Talk Lives For A Day (PG) 5.00 T.B.A. 5.50 Wild Kitchen With 3.00 Mercedes-Benz Fashion 3.00 House Husbands 5.30 Out of The Blue Clayton Donovan Week Australia 2014 4.00 The Bo om Line 6.00 Seven News 6.00 Saturday Landline 4.00 What’s Up! Downunder 4.30 Discover Downunder 6.30 AFL Pre-Game Show 6.30 Gardening Australia 4.30 Everyday Gourmet 5.00 News: First At Five 7.00 2014 AFL Season 7.00 ABC News 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 5.30 Getaway Hawthorn v Sydney 7.30 Father Brown 6.00 The Simpsons 6.00 Na onal News (Live) 8.20 New Tricks 6.30 David A enborough’s 7.00 The Saturday Movie 10.30 T.B.A. Animal A rac on Crocodile Dundee II (PG) 9.20 The Doctor Blake 11.30 Border Security Mysteries: Death Of A 7.30 Bondi Vet 9.15 Movie: Wrath Of The 12.00 The Late Movie Travelling Salesman 8.30 Commonwealth Games Titans (M) Gone Baby Gone (M) 10.20 Easy Virtue Glasgow Evening - Day 3 11.20 Movie: Analyze This 2.30 Celebrity Juice 10.30 Glasgow Late - Day 3 1.20 Movie: Strange Invaders 11.55 rage: Cameo Special 3.30 It Is Wri en Oceania 5.00 rage 1.00 Glasgow Overnight 3.05 Spyforce 7 MATE 4.30 Fi h Gear 5.30 Xtreme 4x4 ELEVEN 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 ONE HD 8.30 Commonwealth Games 5.45 Muscle Car 6.00 Horsepower TV Britain & Ireland’s Next Top Model 6.00 - Encore 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.30 Movie: Pirates of The Caribbean: Becker 7.00 Raymond 8.00 Star Trek Live 8.30 Law & Order: SVU 9.30 Formula The Curse Of The Black Pearl (PG) 9.30 Next Genera on 11.00 Becker 11.30 The 1 Hungarian Grand Prix Qualifying (Live) Movie: Face/Oﬀ (AV) 12.30 Opera on Loop 2.00 Becker 2.30 Everybody Loves 11.30 The Killing 12.30 48 Hours 1.30 Repo 1.30 Gaelic Football (Live) Raymond 3.00 Star Trek: Next Gen. Blokesworld 2.00 Bellator MMA
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 7.30 Tour 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Bubble Guppies de France Update 8.05 World 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 6.30 Dora The Explorer Swimming finals. Watch 1.00 Don Giovanni 4.00 10.00 The Morning Show 7.00 Weekend Today 8.30 Studio 10: Saturday Piano Notes - Weekend 10.00 Mornings 11.00 Bondi Vet Encore 4.15 Tim Marlow’s Virtual 12.00 Dr Oz 12.00 The Living Room Encore 12.00 Fishing Australia 1.00 Four Weddings 12.30 Wild Life of Tim Faulkner Gallery 1.00 The Talk 4.20 A Composer’s Dream Russian born Iana has 1.00 Movie: Miss Pe grew 2.00 The Talk 4.30 PBS Newshour always dreamt of a Lives For A Day (PG) 3.00 Mercedes-Benz Fashion 5.30 South Africa Walks “Russian Princess” style 3.00 House Husbands Week Australia 2014 wedding, but not 6.00 Tour de France Highlights 4.00 What’s Up! Downunder 4.00 The Bo om Line everything runs to 4.30 Discover Downunder 6.30 SBS World News 4.30 Everyday Gourmet royal schedula. 5.00 News: First At Five 7.30 Greeks of The Sea 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 5.30 Getaway 8.30 Duck Quacks Don’t Echo 2.00 T.B.A. 6.00 The Simpsons 6.00 Na onal News 9.20 Luke Nguyen’s France 5.30 Coxy’s Big Break 6.30 David A enborough’s 7.00 The Saturday Movie Bitesize 6.00 Seven News Animal A rac on 9.30 Tour de France 2014 6.30 2014 AFL Season Crocodile Dundee II (PG) 7.30 Bondi Vet Live: Stage 20 Hawthorn v Sydney 8.30 Commonwealth Games 9.15 Movie: Wrath Of The Bergerac to Perigueux (Live) Titans (M) Rhythmic gym., cycling, 1.30 The Food Lover’s Guide 11.00 T.B.A. 11.20 Movie: Analyze This swimming, triathlon, to Australia 12.00 That 70s Show 1.20 Movie: Strange Invaders rugby seven’s, hockey 2.00 Movie: Mad Detec ve 12.30 Home Shopping 3.05 Spyforce and Judo. GO 3.00 Manspace 3.30 Surfsport GEM 1.00 Movie: Li le Women (G) 3.30 7 TWO 2.30 Movie: The Mirror Has Two 4.30 The Cube 5.30 Regular Show 6.00 Movie: The Nun’s Story (G) 6.30 Secret Faces (PG) 5.20 Disney Movie: Lemonade Adventure Time 6.30 Movie: The Last Dealers 7.30 An ques Roadshow 8.30 Mouth (G) 7.30 Movie: Sweet Home Starfighter (PG) 8.30 Movie: Stargate CSI 9.30 CSI: NY 10.30 CSI: Miami 11.20 Alabama (PG) 9.40 Movie: Under The (PG) 11.10 Movie: Dart City (M) 1.00 The Closer 12.20 Movie: The Nun’s Story Tuscan sun (M) 12.00 Movie: She-Devil Manspace 1.30 The Cube 2.30 Nikita (G) 3.10 Movie: Li le Women (G) (M) 2.00 The Australians
TV GUIDE SATURDAY, JULY 26
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show Opening Ceremony 10.00 Time Team 11.00 Alone 11.00 Na onal News 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.00 Family Feud Encore In The Wild 12.00 ABC News 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 For The Love of Cars 2.00 12.00 The Midday Movie 8.30 Studio 10 1.00 The People’s Court Sweet Tempta on (M) 11.00 MasterChef Australia Poh’s Kitchen Lends a Hand 2.00 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on 12.00 Dr Phil 2.30 Tractor Monkeys 3.00 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 The Chase 1.00 The Doctors Last of The Summer Wine 3.30 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 2.00 Jamie Oliver’s Food Midsomer Murders 5.00 ABC 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal Or No Deal Revolu on News 5.30 The Drum 6.00 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 3.00 Judge Judy Eggheads 6.30 QI 7.00 ABC 6.00 Na onal news 6.00 Seven News 3.30 Entertainment Tonight News 7.30 7.30 (SA) 6.30 A Current Aﬀair 6.30 Today Tonight 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 8.00 Catalyst 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 7.00 Home And Away 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.30 The Time of Our Lives 8.30 The Footy Show (AFL) 8.00 Border Security 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 9.30 The Men Who Made 10.30 The Footy Show (NRL) 8.30 What Really Happens 6.00 Family Feud Us Spend 12.30 All Australian News In Bali 6.30 The Project 10.20 Lateline 1.30 A Current Aﬀair 9.30 Movie: Hitch (M) 7.30 MasterChef Australia 10.55 The Business 12.00 Cougar Town 9.30 Commonwealth Games 2.00 The Middle 11.25 Life at 7 1.00 Home Shopping Glasgow Evening - Day 1 2.30 Extra 12.10 Mad Dog Morgan 3.00 Danoz 4.00 NBC Today 10.30 Glasgow Late - Day 1 1.50 QI 3.30 Good Morning America 2.30 Football: WAFL 5.00 Sunrise Extra 1.00 Glasgow Overnight 7 MATE 5.00 Horsepower TV 5.30 ELEVEN 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King of ONE HD 2.00 Commonwealth Games Mythbusters 6.30 Seinfeld 7.30 Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 The - Countdown to Glasgow 4.00 Opening Doomsday Preppers 8.30 Ta oo Brady Bunch 5.30 Beverly Hills 90210 Ceremony - Replay 6.00 Commonwealth Nightmares 9.30 Bad Ink 10.30 Bizarre 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 8.00 Games (Live)9.30 Movie: True Jus ce: ER 11.30 Sportsfan Clubhouse 12.30 Rules of Engagement 9.00 Don’t Trust Lethal Jus ce (M) 11.30 Blokesworld Zoom TV 1.00 Movie: Gone (M) The B.... 9.30 The First Wives Club (PG) 12.00 Australian Rally Championships
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TV GUIDE SUNDAY, JULY 27 TV GUIDE MONDAY, JULY 28
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Art A ack 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend 6.30 Jake And The The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Swimming finals & Neverland Pirates Oﬀsiders 10.30 The World This Rugby Sevens: Aus v Eng Today 10.00 Financial Review 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Sun. 10.30 Wide World of Week 11.00 7.30 (SA) 11.30 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 10.00 AFL Game Day Sports 11.30 The Sunday Footy Songs of Praise 12.00 Landline 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday 11.30 Movie: Life Is Ruﬀ (G) Show (AFL) 1.00 Footy SA 1.00 Gardening Australia 1.30 10.00 The Bolt Report 1.30 T.B.A. Compass 2.00 Father Brown 11.00 The Talk 1.30 Surfsport 4.00 2014 AFL Season 3.00 Parkinson 4.00 Big Ideas 2.30 Who Do You Think 1.00 The Pits Collingwood v Arts 5.00 Midsomer Murders You Are? 2.00 I Fish Adelaide (Live) 6.30 Compass 7.00 ABC News 3.30 Endangered 3.00 Everyday Gourmet 5.20 Seven News 7.30 The Checkout 4.30 Building Ideas 4.00 The Bolt Report Encore 5.40 2014 AFL Season 5.00 News: First At Five 7.40 Grand Designs 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News Collingwood v 5.30 South Aussie with Cosi 8.30 Silent Witness 6.00 Bondi Rescue Adelaide 6.00 Na onal News 9.30 The Tunnell 6.30 Modern Family 7.00 T.B.A. 6.30 The Voice Kids 10.20 Gore Vidal: The United 7.30 MasterChef Australia 10.30 Castle 8.00 60 Minutes States of Amnesia 9.00 Extant 12.30 Whitney 11.50 The Night, The Prowler 10.00 Commonwealth Games 9.00 House Husbands 1.00 The Cult 1.20 Movie: Shane (M) Swimming heats, cycling 10.00 The Mentalist 2.00 Home Shopping 3.15 The Tunnel finals, athle cs: Men and 11.00 CSI: Crime Scene 3.00 NBC Today Inves ga on 4.05 The New Inventors Women’s 100m featuring 4.00 NBC Meet The Press 12.00 Financial Review Sunday 4.35 Catalyst Sally Pearson. 7 MATE 3.30 Burj Khalifa: Dubai’s ELEVEN 2.30 Neighbours 5.00 Britain & ONE HD 8.30 Commonwealth Games Ver cal City 4.30 Ul mate Factories 5.30 Ireland’s Next Top Model 6.00 Raymond - Encore 6.00 Commonwealth Games Mythbusters 6.30 Movie: T.B.A. 9.15 6.30 The Simpsons 7.00 Futurama 7.30 - Live 9.55 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Movie: T.B.A. 12.00 Hurling 2.00 Hurling The Simpsons 8.30 Movie: Flying High Prix (Live) 12.00 The Pits 1.00 Sleeper II (M) 10.15 Have You Been Paying Cell 2.10 Garage Gold 2.40 Hook, Line & 4.00 Burj Khalifa: Dubai’s Ver cal City A en on? 11.15 Raymond Sisters 3.40 American Digger 5.00 Ul mate Factories
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 7.30 Tour 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora de France Update 8.05 World 7.00 Weekend Sunrise The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Swimming finals & Watch 1.00 Al Jazeera News 10.00 AFL Game Day Rugby Sevens: Aus v Eng Today 10.00 Financial Review 11.30 Disney Movie Sun. 10.30 Wide World of 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday 1.30 Designer People Life Is Ruﬀ (G) Sports 11.30 The Sunday Footy 10.00 The Bolt Report 2.00 Speedweek 1.30 T.B.A. Show (AFL) 1.00 TAC Cup: 11.00 The Talk 4.00 Fim Superbike World 4.00 Be er Homes And Future Stars Championship 1.00 The Pits Gardens 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 2.00 I Fish 2.00 Surfsport 5.00 Subaru World of Cycling 5.30 Coxy’s Big Break 3.00 Who Do You Think 3.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 Seven News 5.30 South Afrida Walks You Are? 4.00 The Bolt Report Encore 4.00 Endangered 6.00 Tour de France Highlights 6.30 T.B.A. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 10.00 Castle 5.00 News: First At Five 6.30 SBS World News 6.00 Bondi Rescue *Double Episode* 5.30 Postcards 7.30 Lost Worlds 6.30 Modern Family *Includes New Episode* 7.30 MasterChef Australia 6.00 Na onal News 8.25 Neil Armstrong: The 12.00 Whitney 6.30 The Voice Kids Enigma Explained 9.00 Extant 9.30 Tour de France Review 12.30 Whitney 10.00 Commonwealth Games 8.00 60 Minutes 1.00 Home Shopping 9.00 House Husbands Show 2014 Swimming heats, cycling 5.30 Seven Early News 10.00 The Mentalist 10.30 Tour de France 2014 finals featuring Anna 11.00 CSI: Crime Scene Meares, athle cs: Men (Live) - Stage 21 Latest news, sport and Inves ga on and Women’s 100m 3.30 Food Lovers’ Guide weather from Australia featuring Sally Pearson. 12.00 Financial Review Sunday To Australia and around the world. GO 5.30 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc. 6.00 GEM 1.30 Getaway 2.00 Sunday Footy 7 TWO 4.10 Home And Away Catch-Up T.B.A. 7.30 Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year Show (NRL) 4.00 Sunday Football: Tigers 6.30 The Vicar of Dibley 7.10 Fawlty South America 8.30 The Big Bang Theory v Dragons 6.00 Customs 6.30 Absolutely Towers 8.50 Escape To The Country 9.30 Movie: The Matrix Revolu ons (M) Fabulous 7.50 Blackadder The Third 9.10 10.50 Homes Under The Hammer 12.00 12.00 Two And A Half Men 12.30 Fringe Movie: Chocolat (M) 11.40 Absolutely Movie: 5th Ave Girl (G) 1.45 Movie: A 1.30 Oh Sit! 2.30 The Originals Fabulous 1.00 Getaway Dangerous Profession (PG) 3.30 The Zoo
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 9.30 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show Swimming finals and ABC News Mornings 10.00 11.00 Na onal News 11.30 Seven News Rugby Sevens. Grand Designs 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Landline 12.00 Movie: Crimes of 8.00 Family Feud Encore 1.00 The People’s Court Passion: Voice from 8.30 Studio 10 2.00 Poh’s Kitchen Lends a 2.00 Extra The Grave (M) 11.00 MasterChef Australia Hand 2.30 Tractor Monkeys 2.30 Alive And Cooking 2.00 The Daily Edi on 12.30 Dr Phil 3.00 Last Of The Summer Wine 3.00 Na onal News Now 3.00 The Chase 1.30 The Doctors 3.30 Midsomer Murders 5.00 4.15 Na onal News 4.00 Seven News at 4 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef ABC News 5.30 The Drum 6.00 5.30 Hot Seat 5.00 Deal or No Deal 3.00 Judge Judy Eggheads 6.30 QI 6.00 Na onal News 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 7.00 ABC News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 6.00 Seven News 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 7.30 7.30 (SA) 7.30 T.B.A. 6.30 Today Tonight 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.00 Australian Story 10.30 Footy Classified 7.00 Home And Away 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.30 Four Corners 11.30 Extra 7.30 T.B.A. 6.00 Family Feud 9.20 Media Watch 12.00 All Australian News 11.00 Botched Up Bodies 6.30 The Project 9.35 Q&A 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 12.00 Talking Footy 7.30 T.B.A. 10.35 Lateline 1.00 Home Shopping 9.30 Commonwealth Games 1.30 Gordon Behind Bars 11.10 The Business 2.30 Extra 3.30 Sons And Daughters 11.35 The Iraq War Swimming, athle cs, 3.00 Danoz 4.00 NBC Today 12.35 Celia gymnastcs, hockey, 3.30 Good Morning America 2.15 Blood On The Sun (PG) 5.00 Sunrise Extra squash, Badminton etc 7 MATE 6.30 Seinfeld 7.30 Talking ELEVEN 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 The ONE HD 8.30 Commonwealth Games Footy 8.30 Pawn Stars 9.30 American Brady Bunch 5.30 Beverly Hills 90210 - Encore 6.00 Commonwealth Games Restora on 11.00 Hardcore Pawn 11.30 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 8.00 The - Live 9.30 Have You Been Paying SportsFan Clubhouse 12.30 Swamp Men Simpsons 8.30 Torchwood 9.30 Dexter A en on? 10.30 Formula 1 Hungarian 1.30 Disorderly Conduct Caught on Tape 10.30 T.B.A. 11.30 The Late Show with Grand Prix (Replay) 12.35 Nascar Sprint 2.30 Opera on Repo 3.30 Motor Mate Craig Ferguson 12.30 Raymond Cup (Delayed) Race 20 @ Indianapolis
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vehicles SWANN & National warranties available on all non certified
• Turbo Diesel • 17” Alloys • One Owner
• 18” Alloy Wheels • Cruise Control • Power Windows
• Full Service History • Cargo Barrier • Automatic
• 18” Alloys • Full Leather Interior • 6 Speed Manual
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Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, climate control, 4 airbags, body kit, bluetooth, CD, Keyless entry. 859-TIG.
Turbo diesel, heavy duty tow bar, bluetooth, CD player, dual airbags, power steering, side steps. MCJ-518.
5 speed manual, turbo diesel, air conditioning, 6 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows, bull bar. BS69KQ.
Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. SMS844.
Internet ID: 21349
Internet ID: 21375
Internet ID: 21344
Automatic, 20,279km, 17” alloy wheels, 2 zone climate control, 8 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. ZAL-330.
Internet ID: 21338
Internet ID: 21345
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2011 FORD FALCON FG XT
Automatic, 4WD, 17” alloy wheels, 2 zone climate control, 9 airbags, bluetooth, CD stacker, central locking, cruise control, power windows, tinted windows. YKJ919.
Turbo diesel, 6 airbags, air conditioning, CD player, bluetooth, window tint. S689AGO.
Automatic, turbo diesel, 8 airbags, bluetooth, central locking, cruise control, power windows, side steps, hard canopy. YSW-897.
7 speed, 5 seats, diesel twin turbo, CD player, climate control, cruise control, dual airbags. ZGF-615.
Automatic, 16” alloy wheels, climate control, 4 airbags, bluetooth, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. MCM-933.
Internet ID: 21340
Internet ID: 21406
Internet ID: 21254
Internet ID: 21363
Internet ID: 21341
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Automatic, 4WD, turbo diesel, 16” alloy wheels, 8 airbags, air conditioning, CD player, central locking, cruise control, power windows. XPD-730.
Automatic, 17” alloy wheels, air conditioning, dual airbags, CD player, central locking, cruise control, DVD player, leather seats, power windows. S508ABD. Was $17,990.
18” alloy wheels, air conditioning, airbags (dual), bluetooth, cd player, central lcoking, cruise control, power windows - front & rear. S459-AAM.
Full service history, 18” alloy wheels, air conditioning, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, cruise control, dual airbags. S007AGK.
Internet ID: 21274
Internet ID: 21355
Automatic, 18” alloy wheels, 2 zone climate control, airbags, power windows, bluetooth, body kit, CD player, central locking, cruise control. ZIK-074. Was $26,990. Internet ID: 21187
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MOTOR Now that the winter weather has set in and the days are becoming darker earlier, RAA is reminding motorists that they need to light up to be seen on the roads. RAA Senior Manager Road Safety Charles Mountain said there are many laws and common guidelines on when to use the appropriate lights during dark, rainy and foggy conditions. “Our road rules state that a driver mustn’t drive at night or in hazardous weather conditions such as fog unless their headlights, tail lights and number plate light are all working,” said Mr Mountain. “Dark, rainy or foggy weather conditions can be quite common at this time of year, so it’s important to drive with caution. “Pedestrians and cyclists can be particularly harder to detect and wet roads means it also takes a longer distance to stop. “In foggy conditions, turn your headlights on low beam or use fog lights if you have them. Don’t put headlights on high beam though, as the reflection from the fog actually makes it harder to see.” Mr Mountain reminds motorists that you can only use your fog lights when you are experiencing the appropriate conditions. In other periods of low visibility, headlights should be used instead. “The law states that the driver of a vehicle fitted with front or rear fog lights must only operate them if they are driving in fog or other hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility,” said Mr Mountain. Headlights should also be used on low beam during darker mornings, days and evenings, and during rain. Daytime running lights (DRL) is a term that is becoming a lot more common and this feature can be found in many new vehicles as standard equipment. “The modern daytime running lights are Light Emitting Diodes (LED) which operate whenever the engine is running. They have a low energy consumption and are designed to minimise glare,” said Mr Mountain. “DRL’s can make your vehicle more visible to approaching motorists and pedestrians. “Driving with headlights on at all times also increases vehicle visibility, but it does increase fuel consumption and reduces headlight life. “Many vehicles activate headlights automatically in conditions of low visibility, but it’s important to remember that while these advances in technology are certainly helpful, you should not rely solely on them.”
MOTOR Keep your wits about you on country roads RAA is reminding motorists to be on the lookout for animals when driving on country roads, as animal collisions generally spike in winter, peaking in July. Between 2009 and 2013 there were 1,793 crash reports as a result of hitting an animal on South Australian roads. RAA Senior Manager Road Safety, Charles Mountain said although animal crashes only represent two per cent of all crashes in South Australia, over the five year period they have resulted in 41 serious injuries and three deaths. “It’s no surprise that 86 per cent of these crashes occur in country areas, so it’s important for country drivers to be extra vigilant as a crash is likely to be a lot more severe if you hit a kangaroo compared to a small domestic animal,” said Mr Mountain. RAA warns that rural roads with a high speed limit are the most dangerous for colliding with an animal, as 96 per cent of these types of crashes occur on roads that have a speed limit of 80km/h or more. “Animals are more active at dusk and dawn, so if you can’t avoid driving in rural areas during these times – you need to reduce your speed and remain alert, particularly on roads with roadside vegetation that can obscure animals,” said Mr Mountain. These types of crashes also tend to occur during winter months when there are less daylight hours, and peak in July, so now is the time to be aware. “When driving in rural areas, although it is not uncommon to encounter wandering native animals and
MOTOR Give your car the once over...now
Breakdown calls to RAA increase by more than 50 per cent in cold and wet weather, so RAA is reminding motorists to avoid a winter breakdown by running a series of checks on their vehicles. RAA Senior Manager Mobility and Automotive Policy, Mark Borlace says there are a number of simple things motorists can do to look after their vehicle in the colder months. Nearly 40 per cent of all breakdown calls in livestock, motorists are generally winter are for battery and electricalnot expecting to turn a corner and related problems. “A battery will be faced with this situation,” said quickly deteriorate without proper Mr Mountain. “Although it is not a care, so you should make sure pleasant experience to hit an animal exposed battery terminals are or even a bird, don’t brake heavily or clean by giving them a good wipe swerve to avoid striking an animal over,” said Mr Borlace. “Any white as this can be extremely dangerous or green corrosion around the as it can cause you to lose control terminals should be wiped away. If of the car, or even hit an oncoming it’s too thick to be removed easily, vehicle. water mixed with bicarbonate of “Where possible, drivers should soda should do the trick and if that safely reduce their speed to avoid a doesn’t work, it might be time to collision and never swerve to avoid invest in a set of new terminals. an animal as this increases the “Making sure your battery is in good chances of becoming involved in a condition will minimise the risk of more serious crash.” If you do hit breaking down during winter.” Tyres and injure an animal, you need to definitely need to be maintained seek help or take the appropriate because during the wet weather steps to alleviate the animal’s they are more important than ever. pain and suffering. For assistance, “All tyres, including the spares, contact the RSPCA on 1300 477 should be inflated to the correct 722, or the nearest police station. If pressure and have at least 2mm of the animal has been killed, remove tread. Incorrectly inflated tyres limit it from the road safely to reduce your car’s braking efficiency and its potential dangers to other motorists handling,” said Mr Borlace. and contact the Traffic Management “If you’re not sure of the correct tyre Centre on 1800 018 313, or the pressure, check your car’s owner nearest police station, who will manual or the tyre placard decal in arrange for the animal to the glove box or on a door frame.” be collected.
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“If your windscreen wiper blades appear to be cracked, rigid or are unable to wipe the glass effectively, it’s time to replace them. They are normally relatively cheap and quite easy to replace. Also make sure the reservoir bottle has a sufficient fluid level,” said Mr Borlace. “It’s also important to regularly clean your windows with a chamois. Smeared windscreens can limit your view when driving towards a low sun.” And check that all lights are working including indicators and that the headlights are correctly adjusted so they are not shining into the eyes of other road users. “Try to park your vehicle undercover at night and avoid parking your car on the lawn, as damp rising from the lawn condenses on the engine and ignition parts which can lead to electrical leakage and rusting,” said Mr Borlace. “Make sure you service your car regularly, ensuring your vehicle is running as it should. We recommend using an RAA Approved Repairer. “By taking extra care in looking after your car and preparing it for the colder months, you can save yourself a lot of inconvenience this winter.”
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