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COVER Cyber safety in the spotlight Cyber safety, ‘sexts’, cyber bullying, and online predators; do you know enough to protect yourself or your children? Many of us use the technology but are still in the dark as to the best ways to do so without compromising personal safety. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, coach, or teacher you should be aware of the destructive impacts and possible fallouts and how to handle these situations in order to protect young people. Cyber Safety Awareness presentations and workshops will be held in the Limestone Coast from August 11-15. The Limestone Coast Drug Action Team and the District Council of Grant acquired funding from the SA Government Attorney Generals Department’s Crime Prevention & Community Safety Grants Program, and with the assistance of local schools and councils, AC Care and the Quality Inn Presidential, it is anticipated that more than 1,500 senior school and Year 7 students will attend these workshops. Just as important are the free sessions for caregivers which will be run in Mount Gambier, Port MacDonnell, Millicent and Naracoorte (see sidebar for session times), and a free workshop for professionals who deal with groups of young people on Friday August 15 in Mount Gambier. All
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sessions will be presented by Susan McLean. No one else in Australia has the same level of qualifications, experience and skill in this area. With more than 450 presentations delivered last year Susan is the clear leader in her field. The high regard in which she is held speaks for itself. Governments, elite sport, international corporations, mental health workers, and schools turn to her first and her high level relationship with key industry leaders in this space sets her apart. A member of the Victoria Police for 27 years with continual researching and training at the highest level internationally, Susan is considered Australia’s foremost expert in the area of cyber safety and young people. Her sessions have the underlying mantras that no question is to taboo and no answer is too trivial. Members of the Limestone Coast Drug action team have already heard Susan
CYBER SAFETY AWARENESS Free parent sessions Bookings preferred Monday, August 11 7.30pm-9pm Mount Gambier City Hall Tuesday, August 12 7pm-8.30pm Port MacDonnell Community Complex Wednesday, August 13 7pm-8.30pm Millicent Civic & Arts Centre Thursday, August 14 7pm-8.30pm Naracoorte Town Hall Free Professional Workshop Bookings required Friday, August 15 9am-11am Mount Gambier City Hall
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The Lower South East Hockey Association continues to develop strong junior players with three of its youngsters set to represent South Australia at upcoming national championships.Georgia Clarke and Alex Signorelli-Clark will be the first to suit up in the tri-colours as both enjoy thier first taste of State representation at the beginning of next month as part of the 2014 SAPSASA under 12 teams heading to Tasmania for the national championships. With record numbers of entries from primary school students travelling to Adelaide to trial for the 2014 16 player squads, saw both Georgia and Alex impressed the selectors with their outstanding training application. The four days of competition will be held at Tasmania’s State Hockey Centre and is a great opportunity for both Georgia and Alex to compete against the best players and teams with Australia. It is also exciting times for 15 year old Grant High school student Laura Edmonds as she prepares to compete against all of the
other States of Australia in the upcoming Australian Under 16 Secondary School Girls Hockey Championships, which will be held in Adelaide, at the end of August. With the trials for selection taking place in June at the State Hockey Centre, Laura impressed all the selectors at both trainings sessions by displaying her outstanding skills and was one of only two regionally based girls selected in a 16 named women’s squad. According to the LSEHA Junior Development Officer in Mike Armour, Laura has developed strongly into a very talented hockey player and is a player who will thrive and enjoy the opportunity of competing at such an elite level. Laura along with her South Australian teammates will have the opportunity to impress the National junior selectors that will be in attendance to uncover the talents that are on display at the Australian Hockey Championships.
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LOCAL When the Get Active - Glenelg2Grampians (G2G) initiative wrapped up in May, 82 programs had been delivered, 622 participants had been involved in physical activity programs, 404 participants in healthy eating programs, and 2621 directly engaged at events. But despite the end of the program being reached, it seems that the community will continue to learn from the healthy messages the program initiated. The external evaluation of the three year G2G program, undertaken by Flinders University earlier this year, determined the project’s effectiveness in building community capacity to facilitate increased healthy eating and physical activity within Glenelg and Southern Grampians Shires. As part of the evaluation, project partners and program participants were invited to provide their community perspectives through focus groups, surveys and interviews. Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr John Northcott said the majority of survey respondents felt that G2G had increased community awareness of the importance of healthy physical activity and healthy eating. “About 70 per cent of respondents believed that the activities improved healthy eating habits and increased physical activity in the participating groups and more than half felt the initiative had increased their ability to deliver healthy lifestyle programs in the community,” he said. “As well as programs that encouraged individuals to participate, G2G also involved activities that would embed healthy practices long-term, for example the councils and some clubs have now adopted healthy options catering policies. “Get Active Glenelg2Grampians was found to be a positive initiative overall that, among other things, led to ‘ripple effects’ and ‘spin-offs’ that will continue beyond the project.” There have been a number of ongoing projects initiated by G2G, which continue to benefit the community. One of these is a selection of “Move it or Lose it” DVDs, purchased to increase participation in physical activity and available for loan in every library across Glenelg and Southern Grampians for private and professional use. A variety of newly installed fitness equipment, next to Fawthrop Lagoon in Portland and at the Merino Lions Park, is free for daily use by the community.
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Twelve clients of STAY Residential Services wished they could have stayed just a little bit longer on a school holiday respite trip to the Victorian snow fields. The 12 teenagers and nine staff and volunteers were treated to a healthy drop of fresh snow during the tour which was the biggest respite trip ever undertaken by STAY. STAY obtained funding for the bus trip through the Herbert Allen Bequest. CEO Maree Sandford said it had been planned for almost 12 months. “Everyone had a ball. A blanket of beautiful fresh snow greeted them and continued falling. By the afternoon the low lying cloud lifted and a spectacular view of the mountain and the more challenging toboggan run could be seen,” she said. The more adventurous headed up to tackle the speed of the toboggan run, while others added some finishing touches to a couple of impressive looking snowmen. The trip was led by specialist volunteer Chris Sharples from Daktari Sport and Monivae College student Annie Elliott also volunteered to help the staff and clients. “They wouldn’t have been able to
have such a fantastic without the knowledge and experience of Chris Sharples who led the way and had great interaction with the children,” Ms Sandford said. Respite home supervisor Leonie Schurmann said the clients were thrilled by the trip. “There were lots of oohs and aahs and the smiles on their faces were just magical,” she said. “They laughed and participated the whole time.” Having an experience snow tour leader was the key to a successful trip. “Chris was able to take us to Mount Buffalo where there was good snow. Everyone loved it and if we could get more funding we’d love to take another group and give the residents a chance to try skiing.” STAY supports 16 people with a disability who live in STAY residential homes, provides respite for 47 people and supports other people with disabilities in the community. It is currently running a public appeal for $100,000 to renovate its new administrative and activities hub in Brown St. People interested in supporting the appeal can contact STAY on (03)5572 1028 or go to www.stayresidential.org.au
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Four women. Four secrets. One promise. In a small New Zealand town, four women find their lives inextricably linked by a secret that could bring about their undoing... or set them free. Serena Freeman, a once-promising high school student, has started to retreat from life and one night does not return home. Her sister, Lynnie Freeman, is carving out a successful career and is desperate to distance herself from her troubled past. But on hearing of Serena’s disappearance, Lynnie is forced to return to the town of Alexandra to look for her.The only link to Serena’s disappearance is Ilse Klein, a quietly dedicated English teacher who longs for her lost childhood in Germany and the sense of belonging it gave her. Haunting and compelling, Swimming in the Dark explores the nature of guilt and fear, the power of friendship and the strength of the human spirit.
What I Know for Sure Oprah Winfrey In the first issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, Oprah wrote: ‘We are all the causes of our own effects. That’s why I’ll never stop asking the question, “What do you know for sure?”’ Fourteen years later, she’s continued to offer profound and inspiring words of wisdom in her monthly O column, ‘What I Know For Sure’. Now, for the first time, these thoughtful gems have been revised, updated and collected in What I Know For Sure, a beautiful book packed with insight and revelation from Oprah Winfrey. Organised by theme, these essays offer a rare and powerful glimpse into the mind of one of the world’s most extraordinary women. Candid, moving, exhilarating, uplifting and dynamic, the words Oprah shares in What I Know For Sure shimmer with the sort of wisdom and truth that readers will turn to again and again.
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With fantastic street appeal, this solid brick & tile 3 bedroom family home, offers an ideal investment opportunity for first home buyers & investors. Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, the home features BIRs in all bedrooms, large lounge with gas heating, open kitchen/dining with electric cooking & r/c a/c & sliding door access to a paved undercover pergola. Outside features include low maintenance gardens, pop up sprinklers and rear yard access to enclosed yard. Remote single garage UMR with internal access.
investment proposition located close to city & the new Marketplace Shopping Centre. Currently leased at $240 p/wk.
3 SAT111.301- 12noon OPEN $237,000
1 Fimmell Court, Mount Gambier
26 Shelton Street, Mount Gambier $325,000
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• 4BR home, master with BIR & ensuite, additional bedrooms with BIR’s. • Sunken lounge, warmed by inviting gas log fire. • New well-appointed kitchen includes electric cooking, and dishwasher • Huge open plan dining/family area.
50 James Street, Mount Gambier
• Nestled at the end of the cul-de-sac & adjoining a reserve • Main bedroom with WIR & ensuite, 2 additional bedrooms with BIR’s • Spacious open plan living area plus formal lounge • Lovely semi-enclosed patio & stunning private gardens • Independant rental appraisal at $375 - $385 p/wk
$225,000 - $235,000
• 3 Bedrooms, main with WIR • Kitchen/dining with beautiful views plus separate lounge • Triple length carport which doubles as great under cover entertaining area • Low maintenance garden and pop up sprinklers • Independant rental appraisal up to $250 p/wk
14 Sim Street, Mount Gambier
• Timber kitchen with elect appliances & dishwasher, casual living & dining area • Recent addition of the huge family room & second bathroom • Under floor gas heating, rev cycle a/c, DBL car garage UMR with r/c & internal access
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7/24 Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier $315,000
10 Hart Street, Mount Gambier
• 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
23 Lexington Crescent, Mount Gambier
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• Perfect home for first home buyer, retiree or investor. • 2 BR Mt Gambier stone home both with BIR’s. • Country style dine-in kitchen with electric cooking & lightfilled lounge. • A huge backyard includes a detached s/car garage & workshop, plus carport adjoining the home.
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2/39 Currawong Crescent, Mount Gambier
7/18 Yeates Street, Mount Gambier $165,000
2 Lasiandra Crescent, Mount Gambier RS FE ED OF VIT IN
An enviable country lifestyle set amongst attractive gardens on a 3648m2 allotment, offering a desirable location close to the city, you’ll find this exceptionally presented 4 bedroom stone home. The heart of the home is the beautifully renovated kitchen featuring WI pantry with electric cooking, overlooking the gas heated dining and casual living area. Completing the enviable living space is the light filled lounge room with s/c wood heating, plus an additional sitting room (ideal as a study nook). Master bedroom offers WIR and renovated ensuite, whilst three additional bedrooms all have built in storage. A large main bathroom and laundry with extra cupboard space complete the interior. Outside features include, double car garage UMR with internal access (plus additional open storage shed), private north facing elevated deck, providing a sunny spot to sit and admire the stunning gardens. Rainwater with back-up mains water supply the home and beautiful rambling gardens, including large fruit orchard and veggie patch. Close to Blue Lake Golf Links with a short distance drive to Tenison Woods College & Moorak Primary School.
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• 4 bedroom family home, located in a new subdivision. • Three double bedrooms, master with WIR and en-suite (bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIRs), plus additional study or fourth bedroom. • The open plan living area, offers kitchen with gas cooking and pantry, spacious dining/family room with magnificent elevated park views. • Double garage UMR with remote.
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• Spacious solid brick family home located on the end of a cul-de-sac • Main bedroom with BIR’s plus dedicated study. • Large renovated bathroom, plus extra shower in laundry. • Big family room & striking timber kitchen with dishwasher. • Lock up workshop
1/1 George Street, Mount Gambier
14 Lemana Court, Mount Gambier
• 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
• 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
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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.)
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• 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
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4 Perriam Street, Mount Gambier
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• Sought after commercial building in excellent central location. • Easy walking distance to court house & other central business’s including post office. • The building offers a reception area, 2 office’s or consulting rooms, plus kitchen & toilet facilities. • Gas line connected to property with air conditioning & monitored security system.
4/90 Tollner Road, Mount Gambier
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• Inviting 4 bedroom split level, solid brick home • Low maintenance 1200m2 corner allotment. • New dine-in kitchen with gas/elec cooking & dishwasher • Lounge with gas log fire • Huge 10m x 7m x 3.2m clearance iron shed with 2 additional single car garages (one lined ready for games room). 4 2 6
31 Avey Road, Mount Gambier $325,000
• Stylishly renovated 3BR home, on over an acre, just minutes from the city & Tenison Woods College • Spacious living area with s/c heating & r/c airconditioning, stunning open plan kitchen/dining area plus formal lounge with open fireplace & leadlight windows. • Beautiful paved outdoor entertaining area.
• 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.)
173 Uphills Road, Koongorong 14 ES R AC
25 Crafter Road, Compton $349,000
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• Fantastic fisherman’s retreat perfect for permanent living or family summer holidays • Elevated allotment with the beach on your front door step • Open plan living, galley style dine-in kitchen with gas cooking & modern bathroom facilities • Nothing to do, but move in and start enjoying that fresh sea air • In con with Gebhardts R/E. 3 1 0
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• 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
• Architecturally designed 4BR family home on 1017m2 allotment in a quiet residential area • Stunning features throughout include 100 y.o. carved cedar staircase & timberwork, leadlight doors, 3 living areas, gas & s/c heating, sunken dining • Resort style master suite with striking marble tiled ensuite & french doors onto private balcony
362 Caroline Road, Yahl 16 ES R AC
• 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
6 Tanderra Way, Pelican Point $459,000
• 4-5BR solid brick home tucked away in a beautiful rural setting on 14 Acres • Polished floorboards, formal dining & lounge, blackwood kitchen/dining with elec cooking & family room/5th bedroom • 4 main paddocks, plus house & shed yards
3 James Cook Avenue, Mount Gambier $299,950
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80 Hillcrest Road, Glenburnie 85 ES R AC
• Picturesque country setting, comprising of approx 15 acres of blue gums & 70 acres of grazing land, only 10 minutes drive from Mt Gambier. • Two bedroom stone home with separate (council approved) renovated 1 bedroom barn style accommodation 3 2 2 (ideal for B&B - S.T.C.A.).
138 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell N $499,000 GETIO HUUC D RE
153-154 Lighthouse Road, Port MacDonnell
• 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
• Beachfront location on 2 Titles with uninterrupted ocean views from lounge, dining & bedrooms • Well maintained 3BR brick & tile home with s/c heating, r/c a/c, remote single garage UMR with internal access • Solar panels, r/water, equipped bore, plus 15m x 6m & 12m x 6m sheds with power & concrete
193 Swaffers Road, Mount Schank
214 Wynham Road, Moorak 5 2. RES AC
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• 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
148 Burston Road, Glencoe 15 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
• 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
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• Beautiful Federation style residence amongst attractive gardens on 15 Acres • 3BR, formal dining & lounge, sitting room, country style dine-in kitchen, high ceilings, striking leadlight, open fire places & timber mantles • Purchase your own magnificent piece of history & enjoy a rural lifestyle
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• 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
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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
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5 9 - 11 Eight Mile Creek Road Racecourse Bay
• 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
RENOVATED FAMILY HOME
5 Tawarri Crescent Mount Gambier
• Situated on approximately 870m2 • The lounge room, kitchen and dining area are all on the top floor • 3 bedrooms, main with walk-in robe and ensuite. Downstairs is an office with built-ins, Rumpus room with bathroom. • Single garage with auto roller door. Storage/workshop
PRIME CITY LOCATIONS
• 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 • Open plan dining/kitchen/lounge • Large double garage with two auto rollar doors • Well maintained gardens with samll pergola
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29 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier
• Corner allotment of approx 690m2 with 2 street access. • 2 double bedrooms with Build-in Robes Lounge with electric split system. • Bathroom with shower, basin and separate toilet • Stone garden shed/storage. • 6m x6m Colorbond garage • Single stone garage with a high 2.8m roller door
A NEAT, WELL ESTABLISHED FAMILY HOME
3 15 Laffer Street Nangwarry
• 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 been renewed from water meter including new water softener, instant gas hot water heater.
• Solid brick and tiled unit in a group of four. Built 1977. This is the largest of the four units. Good size lounge with gas heating. Two bedrooms. Timber kitchen with electric cooking • Tiled laundry. Gas hot water. Tiled bathroom with bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet • Double length single carport. Centrally located
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2 2 4/172 Commercial Street East Mount Gambier
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 23 Tanglewood Crescent Mount Gambier
34 Laird Street Mount Gambier
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
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11.00 - 11.30
44 Crouch Street Mount Gambier
• Central Mount Gambier stone residence of five rooms with additional storeroom on lower level • Land area 844.6m2 • 3 bedrooms and lounge with gas heating • Additional large garage and carport. • Needs TLC/Suit first home buyer
SPACIOUS & BRILLIANTLY LOCATED!
9 Keegan Street Mount Gambier
• Land area 1048m2 • Located on elevated allotment within walking distance of Commercial Street East, shopping facilities etc. • This stone home is in good order • Upgraded internally with fresh paint and new carpets. • Lounge fitted with slow combustion wood heater
NEAR NEW 2011 BUILT 4 BEDROOM HOME
1 Mount Percy Road Mount Gambier
• Mount Gambier stone home with rural views • Three bedrooms all with built-in-robes • Tasmanian oak kitchen with electric cooking. • Open plan kitchen and dining area • Large lounge room with slow combustion fire. • Updated bathroom. • Situated on the outskirts of Mount Gambier
50 James Street Mount Gambier
• Centrally located property, Dolomite fronted villa • 3 bedrooms, attractive lounge room, formal dining room, kitchen store and rear porch
• Suit conversion to professional offices • Includes a studio approx 63m2 with frontage to James St
THE WOW FACTOR 68 Wehl Street Mount Gambier
• Lower level: 2 bedrooms, 2way bathroom, kitchen/dining, 2 living areas
PRICE 42 Hastings Avenue Mount Gambier
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
PRICE 26 Altinio Drive Mount Gambier
• Double garage with auto doors. Elevator • Upper level: Main bedroom boasting
• 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
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WIR & ensuite. 2nd bedroom, bathroom, impressive kitchen/dining, formal lounge - theatre room, office & outdoor entertaining • Plus large allotment of 1602m2 suitable for redevelopment - $100,000
ON 3/4 OF AN ACRE
51 Eldridge Drive Mount Gambier
• Hotondo built home completed 2012 • All the work is done – just move in! • Four bedrooms, main has walk-in-robe plus large ensuite • Bedroom 2 has walk-in-robe and 3rd has built-in-robes • Fourth bedroom or office • Open plan kitchen/lounge plus formal living room • Great alfresco private area
39 Power Street Mount Gambier
THIS HOME HAS THE LOT
Riddoch Highway Tarpeena
14 Railway Terrace Kalangadoo
• Situated on great corner allotment of approx 797m2 n • North facing views - open plan family/dining/kitche • 5 double bedrooms, or 4 with large study • Main bedroom has Ensuite. Ducted R/C A/C throughout • Garage UMR & paved entertainment area on the North side of the property.
caravan park. The land is approx 1639m2
• Build your dream home on this large allotmen
in this quiet country town approx 20km from Mount Gambier • Power and water available
IS THIS THE BEST LOCATION IN NELSON?
39 Oldbridge Road Nelson
46 Beach Road Nelson
1 4 PRICE 18 Strathdownie School Road Strathdownie
• 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
Black Swan Road Nelson
• Elevated home with dominant views over the river, estuary and Southern Ocean • The home and garages are on 3 levels rd the • 2 bedrooms with a 3 bedroom/rumpus room on highest level above the double garage • Open plan dining/kitchen/living area
• 2.02ha (5acres) • Natural bushland • Over looking lagoon and river mouth • Zoned rural
• 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
• Previously operated for many years as a
A GREAT COUNTRY FEELING
GREAT DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
• Three bedroom, two bathroom and a ‘to live for’ view. • Built in robes + walk in robe & ensuite in main bedroom. • Open plan kitchen/living which opens to a fantastic entertaining deck.R/C A/C + wood fire. • Views from the living room, bedrooms & elevated deck. • 44,000 litres rain water + bore.Quality sheds established lawns and garden.
fire plus R/C inverter in lounge and main bedroom
NELSON ROADHOUSE & NELSON CHALET MOTEL
BUSINESS PREMISES - EXCELLENT LOCATION
Business for Sale Nelson
17 Crouch Street South Mount Gambier
3 Davison Street Mount Gambier
$150,000 + SAV
• Two long established businesses for sale on lease hold basis with long term lease. • Fuel sales/deli/takeaway food/fishing bait and tackle + motel operation which the businesses enjoy a turnover of approx $1.2million. • Great variety for a hard working couple to continue and profit from a great business.
• Suitable for a variety of uses from retail to workshop - could be converted to offices. • 3 phase power • Approx 180m2 main building plus mezzanine. 2 • 36m2 with 120m sheds at rear. • Ample parking.
$195,000 + GST
53 Gray Street Mount Gambier
$245,000 + SAV
• Banana Tree Cafe • Well established Thai restaurant • Located in the heart of Mount Gambier
• Well located offices with car parking. • The building offers entry area, reception including built-in counter and shelving. • 3 offices plus conveniences plus lots of storage. • New carpets and repainted • Lease for $17,400 + GST + Rates and Taxes • SALE PRICE REDUCED FROM $210,000 + GST
• Long standing clientele • Trading figures available on a confidential basis
EXCLUSIVE NEW RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT
CHOOSE 1500m2 OR 3000m2
Eldridge Drive Allotments
BUSINESS FOR SALE
BUSINESS FOR SALE
REDUCED Wendy’s Supa Sunday Mount Gambier
• Trading from Food Court Centro Shopping Centre – Mount Gambier • Franchise support for training & advertising Wendy’s Supa Sundaes • Successful Long Term Trading with Diverse Product Range • Shop recently Upgraded and well located. • Suit investor with manager or BE YOUR OWN BOSS.
Are these Mount Gambier’s best value? Prices from $127,500 -$136,500 Eldridge Drive • Allotments ranging in size from 3125m2 to 4166m2. • The choice of a block taking in panoramic views of the City or a lovely outlook of Attamurra Golf Course. • Vendor finance can be arranged if required. • All services are available to the allotments. • Got to be quick. Only 3 allotments left.
Mickail Court Mount Gambier
Lakes Park Mount Gambier • Choice of 3 large allotments of 3000m2 at $145,000 or choose a 1500m2 allotment for only $105,000 • Build your dream home with your own tennis court or large garden. • Vendor finance available on $10,000 deposit for years interest at only 6% monthly.
Shawn Whitehead 0408 250 505
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• On the high side of Wireless Road East views to the North over open land • Fully serviced - underground power, gas, phone and water t • Colorbond fencing on sides and rear prior to settlemen • Stage 1 - lots 2-6 800m2 $99,500 now • 17-21 775m2 $89,500 available • Stage 2 - Lots 7-10 & 12-16 delayed settlement
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5/22 Buronga Avenue
67 Pinehall Avenue
STYLE AND POSITION • Solid three bedroom home e high on the hill • Excellent flow and vision to the new ‘Woolies’ development • All bedrooms with BI Robes • North facing kitchen and living • Modern hostess kitchen with open plan dining & lounge • Private enclosed rear yard with detached lock up garage • Well presented spacious home e in a well regarded group
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
5/1A HART STREET
PRICED AT $209,000
PRICED AT $449,000
• 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
PRICED AT $110,000
182 Commercial Street West
OPEN SAT 12.00 - 12.30pm
Unit 3/10 Knight Court
25 Derrington Street
JUST PERFECT - IN A WHISPER QUIET LOCATION • 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. PRICED AT $192,000
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
• 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
• 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
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
14 Tallara Avenue
57 Lake Terrace West
SITTING ON TOP OF THE WORLD
111 North Nelson Road, Nelson
• 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
• A two storey family home with 4 bedrooms
• Family room, billard room & oﬃce
• Master with ensuite & WI robes
• 3 car garage. workshop & storage area
• Large modern kitchen & dining with huge pantry
• Year round comfort with ducted reverse cycle air
• Si ng room with BI bar & formal dining
• 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 $635,000
PRICED AT $198,000 - Vendor looking for an oﬀer
RENTALS UNIT 3/35 ALEXANDER STREET
$115 PER WEEK
2 bdrm flat, kitchen/dining/lounge area. Toilet in bathroom. courtyard size rear yard. NO pets.
20 Murdie Street
2/7 West Street
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
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
PRICED AT $109,500
PRICED AT $85,000
14 TALLARA AVENUE • 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
$185 PER WEEK
3 bdrm home, gas cooking, kitchen/dining. Bathroom with Garden Shed. No pets.
Phone (08) 8723 2121 55 Commercial St East, Mount Gambier John Overmaat 0417 874 286 Steve Auld 0478 144 178 Kim Cawthorne 0418 807 596 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882 RLA 240002
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08 8723 0633 Address 24 Cockburn Street, Mount Gambier $000,000 $219,950
SOLAR PANELS, WORKSHOP 2 LIVING AREAS
Address 3 Marlow Court, Mount Gambier
OPEN SUN AUG 3 10.30 - 10.50
WEB Id. 6723024 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098
Address 8 Renfrey Place, Mount Gambier
5 BEDROOMS 2 LIVING AREASOPEN SUN AUG 3 WEB Id. 6031301 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098
Address 30 Lorikeet Street, Mount Gambier $000,000 $289,000
11.00 - 11.20
Address 16 Mawson Avenue, Mount Gambier $000,000 $217,000
NEW PRICE NEW PRICE
Address 3 Dampier Court, Mount Gambier
OPEN SUN AUG 3
WEB Id. 6588041 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
Address 14 Arthur Street, Penola
OPEN SUN AUG 3
11.00 - 11.20
11.30 - 11.50
WEB Id. 6482115 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098
Address 28 Illawong Drive, Mount Gambier $179,000 $000,000
LAKES LOCATION. OPEN 3 BEDS.
ONLY FOUR YEARS OLD
WEB Id. 6797926 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
WEB Id. 3826667 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
SUN AUG 3 11.30 - 11.50
Address Mount Gambier
AFFORDABLE WITH EXTRAS
OPEN SUN AUG 3 12.00 - 12.20
Address 5 Waterhouse Street, Mt Gambier
OPEN SUN AUG 3 12.30 - 12.50
WEB Id. 6607559 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
Address 32 Yahl Main Road, Yahl
NEW AUCTION 15th August @ 12.30 on site
2 LIVING. 5 BEDROOMS
BOUTIQUE OPEN APARTMENTS
WEB Id. 6643929 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
WEB Id. 6702875 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098
Address 38 Stiles Street, Mount Gambier
SUN AUG 3 2.30 - 2.50
Address 10 James Cook Avenue, Mount Gambier $000,000 $549,000
BED & BREAKFAST
THE GREAT ACREAGE ENTERTAINER
2 TOWN HOUSES. OPEN WEB Id. 6717702 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098
SUN AUG 3 12.30 - 1.00
Address 8 Hosking Avenue, Mount Gambier $000,000 $105,000
WEB Id. 6455690 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098 3
Address 77 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier
3 BEDROOMS 2 LIVING WEB Id. 6741314 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098
GRANDIOSE LIVING. CHEAPER THAN BUILDERS OWN HOME PAYING RENT 3
Address 9 Hunts Road, Wye
WEB Id. 6644166 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
Address Cnr Yahl Rd & Hill Rd, Yahl
WEB Id. 6728302 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098
GOOD SIZE ROOMS. BIG SHED. 3
Address 30 Cape Douglas Road, Cape Douglas $000,000 $299,000
WEB Id. 6191880 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
Address 15 Coombe Street, Nangwarry
FINISH THE DREAM 8 ACRES WEB Id. 6599307 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
NEW PRICE WEB Id. 6145911 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
SPACIOUS COASTAL LIVING 5
WEB Id. 6662515 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
AFFORDABLE & IMMACULATE 3
WEB ld. 5931753 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
0458 548 756
0407 268 098
0408 853 180
0409 978 004
9 B a y Ro ad , Mou nt G am bier
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08 8723 0633
OPEN SUN AUG 3 1.30 - 2.00
• 6 acres for the kids to run free • Land divided into holding paddocks • New home set back on allotment • 4 bedrooms and an oﬃce
• Double garage under the main roof • Huge shed with drive through doors & 3 phase power • View your land from the open plan living areas
Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
9 Bay Roa d, Mo unt G am bier
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SALES Jamie Sutherland 0458 231 506 Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Carolyn Gazzard 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates 08 8725 4225
10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier firstname.lastname@example.org www.vickiquinnrealestate.com.au RLA 204710
10 - 12 Dohle Road
39 Lindsay Street
11A Shepherdson Road
13 Aramanta Drive
OPEN SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.30AM LUXURY COUNTRY LIVING Set on an allotment measuring just over 5000m2. Stunning 4 bedroom home offering a large home theatre room. Spacious open plan kitchen, dining and family areas. Gas Gourmet cooking and stainless steel dishwasher. Built in robes in bedrooms 2,3, & 4. Walk in/built in robes to main bedroom, and an opulent ensuite featuring a double shower. 2 home offices, ideal for someone working from home. Delightful outdoor entertaining with spa. Ideal for a family, located next to Blue Lake Sports Park.
THIS IS IT FOR EASY LIVING Renovated and roomy. 3 bedroom character bungalow. Open plan kitchen/dine and lounge. Gorgeous 2 pak kitchen with gas cooktop & elect oven. Elegantly renovated bathroom. Single garage under main roof with internal access. There really is nothing to do here, with easy care grounds both front and rear, just move in and enjoy.
Moorak Hall Road
THE ULTIMATE IN EASY LIVING Simply stunning courtyard home, elevated and in the Lakes location. Comprising of 2 double bedrooms plus a study nook. Open plan kitch/dine and living with solid timber flooring, stainless steel gas cooktop, electric oven and dishwasher. Sliding doors spill to outdoor entertaining. Main bedroom has a WIR and ensuite. Bedroom 2 is ideal as a guest room with ensuite access to the main bathroom which is 3 way. Lightfilled study area with built in desk and cabinets. Internal access from the double garage and recent solar panels installed.
8 Birkdale Court
A CUT ABOVE THE REST Three double bedrooms, main with beautiful ensuite including separate toilet. Formal lounge + open plan living incorporating kitchen, dining & family. Five burner gourmet gas cooker with electric oven, dishwasher & large walk in pantry are a part of the stunning kitchen. Lovely three way main bathroom. Tastefully decorated throughout. Ducted heating + R/C air conditioning. 7m x 7m garage UMR with internal access that has an abundance of storage. Private & sheltered alfresco area. 7m x 4m colorbond shed, concrete & power.
12 Lumidin Boulevard
SUPERB COUNTRY LIVING
Just minutes from the city centre. Comprising of 3 luxurious bedrooms study or ideal den. Situated on 10 acres into fenced 5 main paddocks with stables. Chefs kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite bench tops. Well appointed games room/rumpus. Open plan living area with dedicated cellar ideal for the wine buff. Renovated ensuite & main bathroom. Indoor heated pool & spa spacious entertaining all undercover. The most exquisite of gardens to enjoy. Living in this property will offer a truly unique experience. In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate.
14 Longmire Terrace
WHY WAIT TO BUILD? Why wait when this property completed mid 2013, is all ready for you? Offering 2 spacious living areas, Main with walk in robe and ensuite. Kitchen with gas cook top and elect oven. The list goes on. Bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 are all huge with built in robes. The main bathroom is 3 way and spacious. Neutral decor throughout. Ducted gas heating plus r/v cycle heating cooling. Internal access from dble garage under the main roof. Undercover parking for up to 4 vehicles. 2 double driveways ideal for those with adult kids
7 Mulga Street
BRING THE FAMILY ALONG Spacious family home on generous level allotment with handy side access. Three distinct living areas with front lounge, family & separate home theatre room. Large main bedroom with lovely ensuite & walk in robe. Remaining three bedrooms all have built ins. Smart kitchen with gas hotplates, electric oven, dishwasher & good size walk in pantry + sliding doors to alfresco area. Main bathroom has separate shower & bath. Ducted gas heating. Double garage UMR with personal access doors to home & rear yard.
20 West Street
$240 Per week
PROMINENT AND TIMELESS Simply stunning, contemporary style home of solid construction situated high at the end of a high cul de sac. Gourmet kitchen, with stainless steel appliances, and large walk in pantry. Open Plan living areas, plus formal lounge and dining. Relax and enjoy a wine at your own bar overlooking the stunning outdoor entertaining area. The master bedroom is pure elegance with a lavish ensuite and dressing room/walk in robe. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both double rooms serviced by the opulent main bathroom. A dedicated study provides loads of natural light. Internal access is available from the 3 car garage plus workshop located under the main roof of the home. All this on an allotment of 1809m2. With immaculate gardens front and rear. Quality extras include ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout, quality window furnishings. Inspection is a must for those who appreciate the very best.
156 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
WAKE UP TO THE SEA Three bedroom stone home well positioned on Port MacDonnell’s sea front road. Great sea views from lounge & bedroom 1. A generous dine in kitchen with gas stove. Either slow combustion or gas heating in lounge. Single garage with workshop & sleep out. Good size allotment of approx. 784m2. Bore with jet pump. Perfect seaside address.
5 Germein Court, Port MacDonnell $259,000
COLLECT THE RENT AND FORGET Brick and Tile 3 bedroom home. 2 bedrooms with walk in robes. Gas heating in spacious lounge As well as split system r/cycle heating cooling/. Electric Cooking in the kitchen. New Gas hot water. Dble carport with rollerdoors, (ideal outdoor entertaining). Large enclosed rear yard, with no garden, so it’s easy to look after. Located a stone’s throw from a popular primary school. Tenanted @ $240 per week with excellent tenants.
10 Millard Street, Donovans
THIS ONE IS A WINNER Solid stone family home in convenient location close to town. Three bedrooms + separate office - all with built ins. Large & spacious lounge leading to dine and neat kitchen. Bathroom has roomy shower & separate toilet. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. Detached 2 room games rooms - lined, power & carpeted. Perfect for extra space, 8 ball table, hobbies or many other uses. Double garage with auto roller door.
4 - 5 Leslie Court, Donovans
BRICK ‘N’ TILE AT THE BAY Brick solid construction home, situated on large allotment of approx. 1200 m2 in cul-de-sac street, just off Sea Parade. Three bedrooms with main having direct access to two way bathroom. Separate lounge with slow combustion heating. Spacious timber kitchen, dining area & occasional living area. Single garage UMR with roller door + 6m x 6m approx. colorbond shed in rear yard. Either permanent home or easy care weekender.
ALL CONNECTED Picture perfect brick home. Massive lounge with built in bar, room enough for lounge suite & 8 Ball table. Slow combustion heating + R/C A/C. Three bedrms all with BIR Generous dine area + well appointed kitchen with gas hot plates. Corner spa and sep shower in bathroom + sep toilet. Paved driveway to dble garage. Rainwater + bore. Connected to the STEDS scheme
EVERYTHING WILL HAVE A SPOT Neat tidy home located at beautiful Donovans with extensive garaging & vehicle coverage. Four bedrooms – main with ensuite & plenty of built ins. Large open plan living with s/c heating & r/c a/c. Renovated kitchen with stunning Redgum benches. Main bathroom with separate shower & bath. Double carport connected to home. 12m x 6m approx games shed – lined, insulated, r/c a/c, built in bar. 11m x 8m approx garage with large workshop area. High clearance carport – great for caravan or boat.Pergola, rainwater tanks, bore.
2/8 Kurrajong St
3002/7 Lake Tce West Avail 11.8.2014 @ $260 p/wk
9 Stuart Crt
RENTALS 3/172 Commercial St East 2
4/113 Sturt St 2
6 William St 3
Avail 11.8.14 @ $220 p/wk
57 Boandik Tce 3
Avail now @ $240 p/wk
12/151 Commercial St West
Avail 25.8.14 @ $190 p/wk
2B Clezy Cres
Avail now @ $200 p/wk
Lot 75 Holloway St, Donovans Avail now @ $260 p/wk
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27C Hart St
Avail now @ $280 p/wk
3/19 Davison St
18 Patricia Crt
27B Hart St 3
2/1 Powell St 3
39 Lindsay St 3
24/184 Jubilee Hwy West Avail now @ $270 p/wk 3
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2/31 Coolabah St 2
Avail 4.8.14 @ $140 p/wk
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Avail now @ $135 p/wk
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08 8724 9999
Mt Gambier Millicent Port MacDonnell Robe Beachport
1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier
15 Wyatt Street, Mount Gambier
1 Laird Street, Mount Gambier
91 - 99 Bay Road Port MacDonnell/786 Jones Road, Port MacDonnell
• Grand Tudor in CBD - ‘Dunvegan’ • 3 Large Bedrooms - 2 Renovated Bathrooms & New Kitchen • Open plan lounge with gas log fire • Dining, family with Slow Combus on Hea ng • Gorgeous Leadlight door & Windows + ceiling roses throughout
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
485 Pleasant Park Road, Tarpeena
54 Bay Road, Allendale
886 Eight Mile Creek
OPEN SATURDAY 1.30 - 1.50
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‘Ye Old Post Oﬃce & Residence - 3 BLOCKS Set on Approx. 2465m2 Allotment with plenty of exposure 3 large bedrooms & 2 living areas & big country kitchen Renovated bathroom, mber floors Feature mantel piece with S/C wood hea ng & u/c Pa o Large 3 Bay Workshop Shed at rear, Veggie garden & Bore/rainwater
Sue Francis 0419 844 764 6 West Street, Mount Gambier
• 1.5ha of Absolute Beach Front • Secluded with Natural Vegeta on • Big shed with power & Rainwater tank • S/C Hea ng, basic kitchen & High Clearance doors • Substan al lo - par ally lined + make shi shower & toilet
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
58 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell $329,000 - $339,000
LOT 2 : 786 Jones Road
• 42.86 acres (17.3 ha) approx. Zoned primary industry • 3 bedroom stone home needing renova on • Hay shed, good fences • Great investment for future expansion of Port Mac (Stcc)
• Approx 8.5 acres • Power and phone passing • Great building site
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
1 Jay Street, Mount Gambier
OPEN SATURDAY 12.50 - 1.15
• Great li le co age with sea views • Set on 607m2 allotment • 2 connec ng 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
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
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OPEN SATURDAY 3.30 - 3.50
Solid Family Home/Investment 3 Bedroom Brick & Tile home in the S/E Area Large updated mber kitchen with pantry New quality windows treatments & carpets Single garage UMR, double driveway, plus carport with high clearance - ideal for caravan/boat
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
2 livingston Street, Blackfellows Caves $210,000
OPEN SATURDAY 9.30 - 9.50
• A Very Quaint Co age • 3 Bedroom home set on a low maintenance 439m2 Allotment • Allu- le Roof & Alloy Windows • Bright sunny kitchen/dining & Enclosed front porch/sunroom
LOT 1 : 91 - 99 Bay Road
28 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay
OPEN SATURDAY 12.15 - 12.35
• Set on 1792m2 or almost 1/2 an acre approx. of flat ground • 1 bedroom co age with BIR’s, provision for 2nd bedroom • Open plan led kitchen with stunning features, dining, lounge • Huge built in mber wall unit and S/C wood fire • Combined Laundry/bathroom/WC • Pergola with outdoor se ng, lots of storage sheds, bore and rainwater • Ride on Mower included
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
AUCTION OPT (Bay Road) Wednseday 15th October 2014 @ 2pm
• Stone and c/bond home set on flat 838m2 allotment • 3 bedrooms with built-ins, main with feature bay window and huge walk in robe • Excellent updated kitchen with wall oven and gas cook top • Fresh paints new carpets all neutral colouring and gas hea ng • Nice rear sunroom 3 car shedding.
OPEN SATURDAY 11.15 - 11.45
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
OPEN SATURDAY 2.30 - 2.50
OPEN SATURDAY 10.30 - 10.50
OPEN SATURDAY 10.00 - 10.20
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
45 Jubilee Highway, Mount Gambier $197,000
• Set on a flat 1201ms allotment with sea views • 10 x 12 c/bond shed with WC, shower, electric HWS, sep c and rainwater tank • High clearance doors and good ligh ng • Fantas c house site with the shed taken care of • Great weekender for fishing trips and storing boats and all the gear
All opens contact Sue 0419 844 764 20 Milstead Street
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
Best offers by 4th August
Lot 13B Princess Hwy, Winnap VIC
OPEN SATURDAY 2.00 - 2.30 • Close to Beach @ Pelican Point • Nothing to Do on a 668m2 Block • 2 Bedroom Mount Gambier Stone Home • Open plan living & Gas Hea ng • Tidy Kitchen with Electric Cooking • Bathroom with Separate Toilet • Fresh Paint inside & Out plus a New Roof
Jason Malseed 0419 032 795
• Solid Character Home • Great Starter or Investment Property up to 5 bedrooms, 3 Living Areas, Updated Bathroom and Kitchen , plus a seperate shower room and dining room • Feature mber floors and cielings, dolomite mantles, • Gas and S/C wood hea ng • Upstairs a c area has 2 bedrooms plus a private lounge
Sue Francis 0419 844 764
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• Beau ful Central Beach Block • Flat 958m2 double allotment • Central to beach, shops, hotel, bowls, golf & footy clubs • Fantas c near new colour bond shed - 9m x 15 m, 3 roller doors with 2.6m clearance & plus side access door & cement floor • Great weekender to camp
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Approx. 17 acres, 55km east of Mount Gambier 5km from Winnap Ca le yards, loading ramp, good fencing Nice trees - 2 paddocks & dam Very pre y block for camping, bird watching or run some ca le Yabbies in the spring fed dam’
1/252 Commercial Street west 1/40 Jubilee Hwy east 16 Hosking Avenue 1/59 North Terrace 6 Jarrah Street 54 Bay Road, Allendale 1/25 Power Street 4 Degaris Street 296 Kennedy Avenue
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Suite 2/14 Helen Street Mount Gambier SA 5290
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28 Tweed Crescent
4/1 Powell Street
66 Suttontown Road
23 John Watson Drive
3 Shadylyn Close
VENDOR SAYS SELL 3
bed bath car rooms rooms parking Wow! What a beauty this lovely family home is. Elevated and North facing opposite a lovely reserve. Do OPEN your family a favour- move in! VENDOR INSTRUCTIONS SAT
ARE TO PRESENT ALL OFFERS!! 452 Cafpirco Road
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4 Chute Street
A trendy townhouse in modern community group. Spacious open living area and OPEN entertaining deck. Low SAT maintenace living in a 10.15 - 10.45 quality complex.
13 Montebello Drive
Low maintenance, quiet cul-desac location. Solid construction and an essence of space throughout. An appealing family home or long term investment.
14 Donovans Road, Donovans
Over 2 acres of park like grounds in tightly held Tenison Heights area. Private and tranquil setting. Floodlit tennis court, high clearance shedding & loads of “Wow” factor! Be sure to inspect this amazing property.
Return verandah, federation style in desirable location. Solid construction & offers quality and space throughout. A great entertainer with loads to offer a growing family.
11A Calula Drive
Ideal river retreat at Donovans – fantastic permanent residence or weekender – well cared for property! In con with P & L Real Estate.
5 Shepherd Street
This home oozes appeal and has been beautifully maintained both inside and out. Located on a private allotment it is an absolute must see. OPEN Ideal investment the owner will SAT lease back. An inspection will 11.00 - 11.30 not disappoint.
Fantastic central location- a loved & appealing family home. Close to School & City centre- this house is one you want to call home.
2 Wren Street
Fantastic investment property - currently leased - great return prominent location - further details on request.
Old english charm with spectacular city views. Oozing charm and character, this grand OPEN residence is sure to inspire your senses, SAT 11.001200m2. - 11.30 Spacious family home on over Edge of the Blue Lake
14 Currawong Crescent
5 Franklin Terrace
The perfect start in the perfect location. Gleaming timber floors, upgraded kitchen and bathroom, 2 toilets. Nothing to do – Book your inspection ASAP.
Beautifully located in the fantastic Birdsville area. Lovely and light filled – including a self contained room. Ideal for the elderly relative or teenager. Great starter home/investment! Currently leased showing great return.
51 Eldridge Drive
7 Calvary Road
An excellent home if you are starting up, slowing down or you want to invest in an excellent rental property. Great cul-de-sac location close to Market place and all amenities.
20 Murdie Street
As new home in popular division, approx 3000m2. Generous size home with a country feel. Fantastic shedding and loaded with extras. In conjunction with Herbert Real Estate.
FIRST RELEASE – COUNTRY LIVING ALLOTMENTS ON THE CITY FRINGE Located on the western boundary of the city are these 5,000m2 (approx) allotments. Build your country dream but still be close to all the delights of the city: Close to Tenison Woods College and sporting grounds Zone - country living, fenced, power & water LOT 101 $195,000 LOT 102 $190,000 LOT 103 UNDER CONTRACT LOT 104 $195,000
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Say goodbye to the landlord and hello to your first home! Great corner allotment opposite a reserve and close to schools and shops.
Located in a blue ribbon location of the city, north facing with amazing views, timber floors, stylish decor - nothing to do -Will not last!
A beautiful courtyard home in a quiet cul-de-sac location north facing - ideal for OPEN a retiree/first home SAT owner or investor. 11.45 - 12.15
18 Balambool Avenue
3 x 2 bedrooms/1 x 3 bedrooms / 4 car space Great investment opportunity offering 3 x 2 bedroom and 1 x 3 bedroom flats in well maintained condition with excellent history – contact agent for further details.
7 Umpherston Street
37 Starline Place
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.
23 Tenison Drive
on approx 5 acres Expansive undulating outlook offering peaceful country OPEN living, huge multi purpose shedding and great SAT entertaining. Simply move 11.45 - 12.15 in and enjoy the lifestyle!
If you want space, style and luxury with great shedding and a fantastic cul-de-sac location, then phone for an inspection immediately!
4 Daniel Street
Solid stone three bedroom home lovingly cared for & in popular Tenison location. Walk to school, close to shops & sporting complex. In conjunction with Miller, Whan & John.
Starting from $59,000
DEVELOPER SLASHES PRICES! Take advantage of this fantastic deal – the Developers of the Stella Place Subdivision have reduced allotments by up to $10,000. Building your dream home doesn’t have to be a dream anymore – turn it into reality at Stella Place.
Beautiful area close to schools, shopping and reserves Tremendous views from some allotments Great selection of sizes and prices Side and rear fences included All services provided – Contact ebhardts for further details!
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10 Venice Court
10 Aquarius Court
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No expense spared in this quality built home that offers quiet living – outstanding views – solar panels-rainwater – solid construction and the list goes on. Inspect and expect to be impressed.
8 Lumidin Boulevard
The exquisite family home is sleek, stylish and ticks all the boxes exceptional in all respects. Make sure you see it!
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Solid construction family home set on approximately 2 ½ acres -only minutes to town but all the benefits of a country setting. Spacious home and great shedding!
13 Kywong Court
Screaming character and charm in lakes location. Lovingly updated throughout and offers unique double story barn - great home studio or for functions.
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Gorgeous family home on a 998m2 (approx) flat allotment - seriously stunning gardens and the ‘wow’ facor in abundance. If you are looking for extra shedding. Inspect ASAP!
List with Gebhardts Experience the difference Unit 3/5 Shepherdson Road
D L SO 1
$200.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Main with BI Robes • Open Kitchen/dine/lounge with dishwasher & elec cooking • Bathroom with bath • Single garage umr • Sep rear yard • No Pets • Available Now
• 2 bedroom unit • Main with built in robes • Lounge with gas wall furnace • Kitchen/dine with gas cooking • Single garage umr with internal access • No Pets • Available Now
2/11 Bertha Street
2/43 Elizabeth Street
23 Navajo Drive
A quality solid constructed unit an A1 location – walk to the shops, walk to school, walk the Blue Lake. You won’t find better than this location!
6 Sinclair Street $58,000 Lot 62 Bruning place $58,000 5 Ash Court $59,500 6 Cobblestone Court $69,500 Lot 93 Arramanta Drive $85,000 Lot 92 Eyre Court $89,000 UNDER CONTRACT 4 1 1 $219,500 32 Victor Street bed bath car Lot 101 Tecoma Close $195,000 rooms rooms parking Lot 102 Tecoma Close $190,000 Lot 103 Tecoma Close UNDER CONTRACT Fantastic cul-de-sac location, Lot 104 Tecoma Close $195,000 very well maintained home. Ideal 310 Wehl Street North $310,000 investment property or a great start 71 Gladigu Road (approx 7 acres) for the first home owner. $560,000
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14 Evans Road, Glenburnie
Winter is still a great time to sell
Modern, trendy townhouse – close proximity to city centre. Spacious living throughout. Quiet location and quality group of community title units.
This impressive home has plenty to offer and is in excellent order throughout. Providing a versatile layout on a 2170m2 (approx) allotment with extra she dding and private rear access. Simply an amazing home that offers tremendous value.
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This luxurious executive family home is located in a quiet cul de sac, if you want the “wow factor”, phone for an inspection immediately. Exceptional detached shedding. It really has it all!
1/1 Powell Street
1/2 Underwood Avenue
4/4 Underwood Avenue
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63 Wehl Street North
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104 Wehl Street
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Five minutes to Tenison Woods College - A magnificent updated family home sitting on approx 34 acres. Enjoy the country lifestyle without the long drive. A view as far as the eye can see.
Units 4/20A Wyatt St 3/41 Sutton Ave Unit 11/54 Jubilee Hwy West 2/46 Derrington Street 3/46 Brownes Road 6/26 Doughty Street 3/6 Coolabah Street 5/3 Powell Street 4/58 Suttontown Road 9/69 Bay Rd 2/8 Boomerang Ave 0002/3 Lake Tce West 5A/184 Jubilee Hwy West Unit 1/48 Wehl St North 4/1 Powell Street 1001/3 Lake Tce West 5 Shepherd Street (4 flats)
$95,000 $115,000 $120,000 $164,500 $169,000 $179,000 $180,000 $185,000 $187,500 $189,000 $209,000 $220,000 $225,000 $239,000 $249,500 $255,000 $360,000
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$235.00 pw • 3 bedroom unit • Main with BI Robes • Open Kitchen/dine/living area with elec cooking & dishwasher • Bathroom/toilet with bath • Single carport umr • New kitchen, freshly painted & new floor coverings throughout • No Pets • Available Now
ATTENTION LANDLORDS! WE URGENTLY REQUIRE MORE PROPERTY LISTINGS DUE TO LOW VACANCIES CALL & SEE OUR PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT TEAM TODAY ON 08 8724 8088
64 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
39 Starline Place
$250.00 pw • 3 bedroom character sea front bungalow home • Built in robes in two • Kitchen/ dining with gas cooking • Lounge with s/c wood heating • Renovated bathroom/ laundry/toilet • Garage with storage • Undercover entertaining area • Polished floor boards • Pets Negotiable • Available 15/9
$255.00 pw • 3 bedroom family home • Main with WI Robe & ensuite • Other’s have BI Robes • Lounge/dine with gas wall furnace • Kitchen/dine/family with gas cooking • Single garage umr • Pets Neg • Available Now
39 Tolmie Street
400 Yells Road, Moorak
$225.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Both with BI Robes • Open Kitchen/dine with gas cooking • Lounge with gas wall furnace • Bathroom with bath • Single garage umr with internal access • Private yard • No Pets • Available Now
$255.00 pw • 3 bedroom home • All with BI Robes • Main has access to bathroom • Kitchen with gas cooking • Lounge/dine with sc wood heater & r/c air conditioner • Single Garage umr • U/c patio area • Detached single garage • Pets Neg • Available 22/7
RENTALS - COMMERCIAL
RENTALS - UNITS • 18a Percy Street • 4/4 Underwood Avenue • 1/2 Underwood Avenue • 2/43 Elizabeth Street • 2/11 Lake Tce West • 0002/3 Lake Tce West
$115.00 pw $200.00 pw $210.00 pw $225.00 pw $235.00 pw $255.00 pw
RENTALS - HOMES • 18 Power Street • 16 Peake Street • 37 Starline Place • 64 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell • 39 Starline Place • 39 Tolmie Street • 14 Smith Street • 43 Lake Terrace West • 100 Wehl Street South
30 Commercial Street West
• Ideal retail space • Front shop area • 2 Offices • Kitchen area • Rear storage area with loft • Air conditioned • Approx. 412 square metres • Available approx. end of July
$185.00 pw $225.00 pw $240.00 pw $250.00 pw $255.00 pw $255.00 pw $270.00 pw $340.00 pw $395.00 pw
• Harrold Street • Law Street • 8 Allan Drive • 130 Penola Road (at rear) • 96 Commercial Street East • 165-167 Commercial Street East • 46 Commercial Street West • 5 Allan Drive • 4 Davison Street • Cnr Commercial St West & White Ave • 389 Commercial Street West • 30 Commercial Street West
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LOCAL Worth the wait Anyone who knew Gina Raisin when she was a teenager wouldn’t be surprised to see a story about her artistic pursuits. It was her passion at high school and she was set to pursue a career in fine arts, being accepted to a university course in Melbourne. But financially, tertiary education and moving so far from home just wasn’t an option and so the paintbrushes were all but packed away. So, while the story of Gina, the painter, started almost four decades ago, it really only took flight in the past 12 months. It has been a whirlwind since but no one could be more thrilled that she has returned to her first love than Gina herself, setting aside two days a week in the studio. Juggling a new marriage, her job as a partnership broker and taking care
of her aging mother, Gina has still managed to put together her first solo exhibition for South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Week in August. Once further study had been shelved, Gina took up a position as a copywriter at Radio 5SE. “I basically fell into that first job,” she said. “I didn’t even really know what a copywriter was.” Her first foray into the media world came as a result of her entering a poetry competition. “When I started I couldn’t even type – I never did that at school,” Gina said. But when she did learn about typing and writing, it was from one of the best – the late Hedley Hancock, an icon in the South East media landscape. The attraction to copywriting and the media was at least it was still a creative career. “I always had that creative bent so I guess that’s why it was a good fit in the end.” Gina said. As were all the roles that came after her apprenticeship at the local radio station. She worked as a producer at Adelaide’s 5DN and then at NWS9 where she worked in the production department on everything from Here’s Humphrey to the Grand Prix. Gina also did freelance work, working alongside Gabrielle Kelly making documentaries for the BBC in the early 90s. “We actually did a documentary on climate change well before it was even sexy,” she said. Gina also enjoyed stints at the ABC, again in production, working on shows like Couch Potato and again dabbling across the full spectrum including sport. Then came the amazing opportunity to work with respected Australian film maker Rolf de Heer – Gina was a producer on his acclaimed movie Bad Boy Bubby. Not that all her ventures were that successful. “I did work on the Paul Crux film Lust & Revenge,” she said. “It was in cinemas for about five minutes – it was a lemon.” With a wealth of experience under her belt, Gina decided to return home and so she made her home at Port MacDonnell.
“My initial thoughts were to get a job at Channel 8 but that didn’t pan out,” she said. “So I set up my own business and worked freelance for a few years.” Then came the council years, as she took on the role of community services manager. “Being a new role it was a blank canvas,” Gina said. “I was interested in arts and young people and I was able to develop a lot of projects around those two things.” Her desire to still be creative gave rise to some memorable projects, including the Memories in Suitcase – the migrant focussed sculpture that was borne out of the stories of the wide variety of migrants in this region. “It gave me the opportunity to work with Silvio Apponyi and that was amazing,” Gina said. She was also a driving force behind the Limestone Sculpture Symposium, even flexing those long buried artistic muscles by
participating herself. “Then there was the film festivals and all the youth week activities and things I really loved,” she said. Not that she had completely avoided art since her teenage years. “When I was single and living in Adelaide I did some painting on silk,” Gina said. “One of the really lovely things was when I went back to Adelaide for the 50th anniversary at Channel Nine, someone there said they still had a piece of mine hanging on their wall.”
Read the full story on Gina Raisin in the current issue of Southern Life - on sale now. Photos by Marcus Jones.
WHAT’S ON A/C E.T STONE LOT 2 -
A/C E.T STONE LOT 1 -
2 titles approx 63 acres “Sedmans” Bahgallah Road, Casterton (Map Reference 429C44)
Appprox 52 acres Glover’s Road, Casterton
8 separate paddocks Windmill, bore, dams Old weatherboard house Ideal out paddock or lifestyle block Picturesque settings with red gum trees and sandy banks Bitumen road frontage
Red gum flat and stringy bark Dam, bore, small set cattle yards plus small shed Just 15 minutes from Casterton Ideal hobby or weekender Peaceful with no neighbours
Approx 7km from Casterton
At Gorman’s Real Estate Agency
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Mary Mackillop Feast Day - St Joseph’s Church and Mary MacKillop Interpretive Centre, Penola - August 8 Come to the Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop Feast day where there will be a Mass in St Joseph’s Church, followed by refreshments at the Mary MacKillop Centre, Saint Mary of the Cross will be celebrated all day for those who would like to attend. It was in Penola in 1866 that Mary MacKillop, an outstanding young teacher, and Julian Tenison Woods, a priest and brilliant scientist, founded the uniquely Australian Sisters of St Joseph.. The feast day is commemorated on the date of her death which was on August 8, 1909. She died in Sydney aged 67 years. She was canonised a Saint of the Catholic Church on October
LOCAL Council has endorsed the final plan needed to transform the $700,000 Youth Activity Skate Space from concept to reality. The ‘Youth Activity Skate Space Transition Plan’ was adopted at the July Council Meeting after the project received $300,000 in funding from the State Government at the start of July. Council also committed $100,000 towards the project in its 2014-15 Budget, and is waiting on final confirmation of an additional $300,000 from other sources. The transition plan outlines the process, responsibilities, resources, risks and overall plan to deliver this major council project. The multipurpose all-ages space will allow for a wide variety of community activities and events, and encourage opportunities for participation and physical activity. It will incorporate skateable surfaces and address the existing need to redevelop the current aging skate park and eliminate the costly ongoing maintenance costs associated with it. Mayor Cr John Northcott said Council was committed to a thriving economy, full of opportunities and resilience and that it was building Portland Bay and the foreshore as an economic attractor. “Council’s Recreation and Open Space Strategy identified the need to upgrade the skate park and BBQ/picnic facilities throughout the Shire and it indicated that any new developments or upgrades should consider opportunities for informal community activities,” he said. “The strategy also stated that Glenelg Shire has a lower physical activity rate than the Victorian average and that physical activity of all kinds should be promoted, supported and encouraged. “There is further support for this project within the Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan and the more recent draft Public Arts Master Plan. “Finally, but certainly far from the least important factor, Council has a legal obligation to maintain the Portland Skate Park to a standard to ensure the facility is safe and continues to be fit for use.” Expressions of Interest to undertake the design refinement and construction drawing component are currently being sought in line with Council’s Procurement Policy.
LOCAL Hall of famer heading to Tigerland
On Tuesday, August 5, North Gambier Football Club has been given one night with Anthony Koutoufides, where he will be able to share with the North Gambier footballers his knowledge of football. On the night he will be taking a football training, starting off with a clinic with the 13s, 15s and 17s teams. After he will then help two time, back to back Western Border premiership coach Justin McConnell by sharing the ways he improved his football during his great AFL career. It ios hoped this will also help motivate the A and B graders coming into finals.Koutoufides is a great former Australian Rules footballer for the Carlton football club and is respected all along the football community, having recently been inducted into the AFL Hall of Fame. Koutoufides played from 1992 to 2007, kicking 226 goals and also winning the 1995 premiership, as well as three pre season premierships in 1995, 2005 and 2007. Beside his premierships he has had many other achievements, including the Leigh Matthews Trophy in 2001, the club’s leading goal kicker in 1997. Koutoufides also captained the Carlton
squad from 2004 till 2006. At the age of 17, Koutoufides was scouted by Carlton from the Lalor football club and play 50 games in reserves and also won the 1991 best and fairest. He then began his AFL career in 1992 and presented himself a one to watch for the future of Carlton. He was a strong mark and also a great kick. Koutoufides was also a great athlete winning the state under 16 high jump and also was in the 110 metre hurdle and the discus but he made the choice to switch from his athletics to then go on and stick with football. Koutoufides is a great inspiration to young footballers and athletes around Australia. Tony Kelly the president of North Gambier football club has invited any in the community who would like to hear him talk about his football career and also about the life of an AFL footballer to the 7pm function. Tickets are available to buy via Amanda @ the North Gambier Football & Netball Club or via the Silver Birch Motel at the price of $25 each, with a light supper provided.
By Ben Gibbs
THEY SAID WHAT...? Opportunity is missed by most people because it’s dressed in overalls and looks like work.
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LOCAL Helping make dreams come true
LOCAL Free books for Portland newborns
Mount Gambier residents are being urged to apply for AMP’s new $1 million fund to support talented Australians. Sixty percent of Australians say money is a reason they have not pursued an individual talent or dream, according to a survey by AMP and Newspoll. That finding comes as AMP launched AMP’s Tomorrow Fund, an initiative that will give away up to $1 million a year to promote and nurture clever Australians from all walks of life to pursue an individual goal that makes a positive contribution to Australian society. Mount Gambier based AMP financial adviser Rob Johncock, of JND Financial Solutions, is urging Mount Gambier residents with a talent or a dream to think about applying for a Tomorrow Fund grant. “Don’t let money be an obstacle if you have a talent that will make a difference,” he said. “I know we have a lot of talented people in the Mount Gambier area. “AMP’s Tomorrow Fund is open to Australians of all ages from all walks of life who are working towards a goal or dream and need some financial help to get there. “Whether it is something creative, academic or an obscure invention, now is
United Way Glenelg (UWG) is helping to build literacy rich home environments by donating free children’s books to every baby born at Portland District Health (PDH). All newborns born at PDH will receive the Dolly Parton Imagination Library (DPIL) welcome book, Where is the green sheep? by Mem Fox. Where is the green sheep? will be the first book to kick- start the newborns’ Imagination library. Once signed up these babies will then go on to receive a free age-appropriate book each month until they turn five. The program aims to build early skills and awareness by providing children in the community a strong start in literacy. “This early connection is valuable in building a family’s awareness of the importance of early literacy,” UWG Executive Officer Nicole Angelino said. “Reading to a baby early and often is a powerful experience for both a parent and child,” she said. The relationship between the two organisations has impeccable timing with the recent recruitment of a new obstetrician and gynaecologist, Dr David Morris, creating more opportunities for local births. “Portland District Health is delighted to partner with United Way to ensure every child born at our hospital participates in this very successful program,” PDH Director of Nursing Ros Alexander, said. “We have an obligation to ensure the best start in life for every newborn.” Newborns not born locally but living in the Glenelg Shire are still eligible to register their child for free books through the Maternal Health
the time to go after your dream. “Not only will you benefit as an individual, it will be something our whole community can be proud of.” Grants will vary from $10,000 up to $100,000 and will be awarded by an expert judging panel from a range of fields including social enterprise, science, the arts and technology. Applications for AMP’s Tomorrow Fund are now open online until August 31 this year. Log onto https://www.ampstomor rowfund.com.au/ for full details and to apply for your grant. AMP’s Tomorrow Fund is an initiative of the AMP Foundation, AMP’s charity arm. Since 1992, the AMP Foundation has donated over $70 million to hundreds of charities which do great work in their communities.
Nurse. The Dolly Parton Imagination Library is funded through a partnership between Portland Aluminium and United Way Glenelg, making the DPIL possible for children who live in the Glenelg Shire. Portland Aluminium Plant Manager Peter Chellis speaks very highly of the program. “The Dolly Parton imagination Library is a fantastic program that engages the whole of community to give, act and volunteer. It is encouraging to see other local businesses supporting the initiative through both monetary and in-kind assistance.” For more information on The Dolly Parton Imagination Library including how you can support the program please visit the UWG facebook page, contact Nicole Angelino on 0410 51 3305 or via email mail@unitedwaygl enelg.com.au
Sheepvention August 4 & 5 - HAMILTON SHOWGROUNDS, HAMILTON Sheepvention is Hamilton Pastoral and Agricultural Society’s biggest farming event with more than 25,000 visitors attending last year’s show in regional Victoria. With a mix of competitions, entertainment, food and fashion, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Sheepvention’s competitions and events include the ram sale, sheep show, ewe weaner competition, farm dogs competition, alpaca show, inventions competition, seminars and wool fashion parade. In 2014 the feature breed is the Merino with the Australian Supreme Merino Ewe being awarded.
Photo courtesy of Amy Trevilyan
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LOCAL Uniting Church Camp Road, Allestree will be renamed Huxley Road, in recognition of one of the original land owners from the eighteen hundreds, T Huxley. The motion was moved at the July Council Meeting after community concern was raised over the length and irrelevance of the former name. The Uniting Church Camp Road, Allestree, was locally named after the Uniting Church in Australia Conference Centre located at the end of the road. The Conference Centre has been sold privately and is now known as Portland Bay Lodge. Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr John Northcott said all adjoining property owners along the road were invited to provide written comment on one of a number of proposed names or to submit an alternative road name suggestion. “We were open to consider any road name suggested in submissions received that complied with the Victorian Government “Guidelines for Geographic Names 2010 (version2)” for naming road,” he said. “The property owners suggested “Bay Road” or “Camp Road” to rename the road but these road names were ineligible as they conflicted with other road names in the Shire and therefore did not comply with the Victorian Guidelines for Geographic Names 2010 (version2) and the Council’s Road and Street Naming and Numbering Policy.” The close date for submissions was May 30. The Department of Geographic Place Names and adjoining land owners will now be notified of the change.
THEY SAID WHAT...? Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were going to live forever. Mahatma Gandhi
SALA – Denise Wray From August 1 - Naracoorte Art Gallery, Naracoorte August is SA Living Artist Time SALA and we will be featuring Denise Wray and her eclectic and thought provoking installations for the month. Opening night is August 1 at 6pm.
IS THAT A FACT? Boxing became a legal sport in 1901. It has been part of the Olympic Games since 688BC when the Ancient Greeks made it part of the sporting event.
COLLECTED STUPIDITY Tales from the dark ages by Robbie Tansel I have a confession to make. I have an iPhone 3. I know what you’re thinking. If you were born before 1976 you’re thinking, “Wow, Robbie. You must be some sort of tech wizard. How do you wrap your brain around such a hi-tech apparatus.” Or words to that effect. If you’ve been born since 1976 you’re thinking, “Wow, Robbie. Do you use it to call the operator and get them to pull a cord out of the wall and plug it into the socket of the person you want to talk to? No doubt you only use it when the dial phone which is attached to your wall is being used by one of the other people who live in your little house on the prairie. Just be careful that your pet dinosaur doesn’t sit on it.” That’s what I hate about the younger generations. They’re so sarcastic and really have a particularly nasty streak. I will admit that my phone is a little outdated. I’ve had it for an unprecedented amount of time: three and a half years. That’s right, my original plan ran out and even though I could have gone down to my local phone shop and got a new handset with a new plan, I’ve stuck by the old girl. While I’m in a confessional mood, I might as well tell you everything. I have hoarding tendencies and am also quite reluctant to change. Both of these tendencies are part of my phone issues. In my defence I’m actually not completely clueless when it comes to technology. I’m simply of
the opinion that my phone currently does everything that I need it to do. I can make and receive phone calls;I can text (or sext in a massive 3.2 megapixels); I can check the weather on my wonderful Bureau of Meteorology app; and I can even check the footy scores over the weekend. So why buy a new phone? It is not a financial issue at all. I’m not a wealthy man but I could go buy myself a new phone if I wanted. I just don’t feel the need. I know I’m a bit old fashioned. I also have three giant big box televisions for exactly the same reason. They’re still performing the task they were built for. I am convinced that I will not enjoy any of my favourite television shows any more than I currently do on a bigger screen or a thinner device. The footy won’t be any more interesting (in fact I’m pretty sure High Definition will actually make watching North Melbourne matches even more difficult to stomach). Hamish and Andy won’t be any funnier. At some point my phone will stop performing its duties and at that time I will jump in my car with the cut out panel in the floor and run it down to my nearest phone shop. Yabba dabba doooo! If you’d like you could send me a message by Taiwanese homing pigeon. Otherwise if you’d like me to send you an autographed 3.2 mega pixel sext, email me at email@example.com and I’ll see if I can put you in touch with a good mental health expert.
The Mount Gambier Library is proud to be a participating venue for the annual SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival which has been celebrated state wide each August since 1998. SALA is an innovative open access visual arts festival presenting thousands of artists through unique collaborations and exhibitions in hundreds of spaces throughout metropolitan and regional South Australia. Local artist, Tanja HasanWarner, has chosen the Mount Gambier Library as a venue to display her work “A Home for Lost Birds”, an exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints, exploring ideas of home and belonging. Tanja’s artistic flair is built on her qualifications in the Visual Arts, and she has been actively contributing and promoting the arts sector across the Lower South East and Limestone Coast Regions, as well as participating in exhibitions across the Eyre Peninsula regions and Adelaide. “In my work I explore concepts of home, migration and belonging. I enjoy creating imagery reminiscent of children’s book illustrations and combine this with postal and travel iconography to create a narrative,” Tanja said. “My work is greatly influenced by personal experiences of migration and my Yugoslav heritage. “I combine this with stories of displacement, experienced by people and birds alike. Birds play an important role as both metaphors and story tellers. They help to create important links.” The official opening of “A Home for Lost Birds” will be held Saturday,August 2 at 12 noon at the Mount Gambier Library. The invitation is extended to the public with the exhibition on display until Thursday, August 14. The Mount Gambier Library encourages the public to come out and support both the SALA Festival and local artist Tanja Hasan-Warner, with pieces available for sale and a chance to talk to the artist in person about her works and discover the inspiration behind these pieces.
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Misting rain and cold conditions prevailed at Millicent for the playing of the Wattle Range Funerals 24-2 last Thursday. President Derk Pietersma welcomed four visitors - Eric Pitt and Graham Taylor, from Lucindale, Harold Briggs, from Ararat, and Phil Dowdell, from Kalangadoo, who brought the number of bowlers to 28, the perfect number for 14 teams of pairs. The winning combinations on the day were Graham Taylor and
Wayne Burris (29+10), Max Richards and Neil Whelan (30+5), Harold Briggs and Brian Atkinson (31+3), Ron Trewin and Glenn Schapel (33+17) with Bill Cattanach and Carl Schapel (34+19) finishing third. Runners-up prize went to the pairing of Ella and Derk Pietersma (35+15) and the winners were Bill Fennell and Herb Henderson (pictured) who finished just two shots in front (35+17).
Sheepvention August 4 & 5 - HAMILTON SHOWGROUNDS, HAMILTON Sheepvention is Hamilton Pastoral and Agricultural Society’s biggest farming event with more than 25,000 visitors attending last year’s show in regional Victoria. With a mix of competitions, entertainment, food and fashion, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
ADVERTORIAL I Hurst’s Camera House So much more than just a camera store It’s been a huge year for Adrian Hurst but not only has he survived his first year in business he has been able to introduce a range of new products and services and developed not only the existing clientele but attracting a new client base as well. Hurst’s Camera House celebrated its first year in business earlier this month and with a store renovation, a doubling of the floor stock and a range of new machinery to allow them to offer new services. “It has been tough but exciting and we are looking forward to the next 12 months being even bigger and better,” Adrian said. Now that Adrian (pcitured right) and the team have well and truly found their feet, the time has come to heavily promote everything Hurst’s Camera House has to offer. From birth announcement cards to birthday invitations, from 21st and anniversary collages to folded cards, and with the extensive range of gifting products including key rings, aprons, shot glasses and mugs, Hurst’s Camera House offers so much more than just cameras and accessories. Their canvas products are also second to none, with Adrian sourcing the best quality possible, complete with a UV coating that ensures it not only lasts longer but can also be wiped over if necessary. Hurst’s canvas products also come complete with hangers. And despite only having run his own business for 12 months, Adrian is very much aware of the importance of giving back to the community and works closely with local photographic groups to provide training and even judging competitions. In fact, one
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of Adrian’s priorities for the next 12 months is providing photographic classes. The Hurst’s Camera House website is also being updated, with Adrian linking with a number of local photographers to allow their customers to link directly to Hurst’s printing services, making the transition from digital image to print so much easier. The Hurst’s website allows customers to access all their products and services while on the run, from their phone or tablet and that has been a huge development headed by Adrian since taking over the long standing local business. Drop into Hurst’s Camera House today at 11A James Street, Mount Gambier, or call (08)8725 4010 to find out more about the diverse products and services on offer.
The City of Mount Gambier understands the joy that your dog or cat can bring as part of the family and the distress if it should go missing, encouraging the responsible ownership of all pets. Responsible pet ownership involves choosing the right pet for your lifestyle, complying with the law, caring for your pet’s health and ensuring your pet doesn’t cause problems in the community. Under the Dog and Cat Management Act 1995, it is a State requirement to register your dog; with payments to be made between July 1 and August 31. If you do not register your dog by August 31, 2014, a late fee of $14 may apply. City of Mount Gambier Team Leader General Inspectorate, Derek Ferguson said over the coming months council would be conducting doorknocks to detect unregistered dogs. “All dogs must be registered by the time that they reach three months of age and then must be re-registered each financial year,” he said.“If you obtain a dog older than three months of age, you have 14 days in which to register the dog. “For your first dog registration, it doesn’t matter what time of year the registration is done.” Did you know that registration is cheaper if your dog is desexed, micro chipped or trained and concessions apply? Desexing your puppy or dog not only improves its health and life expectancy, but it improves their temperament and reduces the urge to wander – plus you can earn discounts on council registrations.
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The Rocks Tavern is about to rock again with a very familiar face taking over the helm of the Carpenter Rocks pub. Doug Andrews, who has been working in hospitality for more than three decades, and his partner Lisa Wilson have taken up the challenge. The duo is determined to relaunch the once popular hotel as a family friendly, fun, relaxed pub with a strong focus on food. “We are going to take a lot of pride in what comes out of the kitchen,” Doug said. “We want to get back to producing old fashioned pub fare with a bit of flair.” Chef Nahomi Hodgson, who also has almost 30 years of experience cooking in the hotel industry, has designed a diverse menu, that captures the essence of good, old fashioned country hospitality, while adding that special touch. “You eat with your eyes so you might be ordering bangers and mash but it will certainly look different to what you expect,” Doug said. From lambs fry to schnitzels, from mixed grills to lamb shanks, and everything in between, the Rocks Tavern is set to be a place for all your dining needs. From a quick, hearty lunch for the busy working man to dinner for all the family, the Rocks Tavern is the place to be and Doug and the team are working on ideas for theme nights as well as daily specials as further temptation for your tastebuds. Doug and the team are also looking to cater your next function and have a raft of ideas to make your next birthday or anniversary celebration one to remember. They also cater for all dietary needs, including allergies and gluten intolerance. And while the Rocks Tavern might look the same on the outside, Doug and Lisa have gutted the interior and loyal locals will not recognise the vibrant new interior. Bright ocean tones grace the walls along with new carpets, fittings and a brand new, state-of-the-art commercial kitchen have all been part of the two month refurbishment of the tired seaside hotel. Doug’s love of music is also prevalent in the facelift with guitars and other music memorabilia gracing the walls. Both Doug and Lisa are musicians and so it will come as no surprise that The Rocks Tavern is set to become a premier live music venue in the region. ‘We really want to support local musicians,” Doug said. “And obviously we would like to attract other acts from away as well.” Every step of the Rocks Tavern redevelopment has been about breathing life back into the venue and arguably there’s no one better than Doug, who has been the face of many a South East pub over the journey. “Lisa and I are really committed to making this the place to be again,” Doug said. “We want it to be place the locals love to visit and that people from around the region and beyond will come and enjoy an old fashioned pub experience where it’s all about relaxing, fun and really good food.” The extensive makeover was all undertaken by local contractors and suppliers. “That was really important to Lisa and I,” Doug said. “We were committed from day one to using local people to get this job done
and it was a big job.” Doug is also grateful to Kevin Mullan for jumping on board and lending his support to the makeover project. “Kevin, like most people, dislikes change but he has put up with my retro dream,” Doug said. “I have a vision and it will work.” The Rocks Tavern is set to open its doors in early August. “We are really looking forward to this challenge and it’s already been really exciting for us,” Doug said. “We want to build this business as something for our kids in the future and we can’t wait to be a big part of this community.”
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Almost 50 Portland community leaders, representing local business, schools, kindergartens, clubs, community organisations, Council and State Government departments, have thrown their weight behind a new World Health Organisation (WHO) supported initiative to fight obesity. After being selected as the trial location for the project, the Portland group joined with Co-Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Obesity Prevention at Deakin University, Dr Steven Allender, and other industry experts, last Thursday (17 July) to learn about the project concepts. Dr Allender, who is also Professor in Public Health at Deakin University, is focused on long term change for Portland, with the new process about understanding the complexity of the obesity problem and empowering community champions to make long term changes in the way they support the community. The Portland project has been titled SEA Change, or Sustainable Eating and Activity Change. Targeted at Portland children, local leaders have now developed a model that describes the factors that lead to obesity, in the Portland context, and how some factors relate to others in influencing healthy eating and physical activity. Portland District Health Promotion Officer Phoebe Nagorcka-Smith said this process not only explored the complexity of the issue, but also guided the group in acknowledging that there is no one solution. “A whole of community response is needed to tackle the problem and there needs to be a constant and rapid feedback loop,” she said. “This feedback is an essential component to the process so that the project team can understand what is working in a short period of time and therefore momentum can continue.” From this model, action ideas have been developed and prioritised and will form the starting point for the follow up workshop to be held on July 29. “At this second workshop, community leaders will hear more about best practice in the area, and then use this information and their own ideas to further refine and detail the action ideas and their commitment to implement them,” Ms Nagorcka-Smith “In many cases, these action ideas will be focussing on changing the way we do things to make it easy for the community to make healthy choices.” From this second workshop an action plan will be developed and agreed action implemented by participants.
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be working too hard, triggering eyelid twitching. Caffeine and alcohol: Many experts believe that too much caffeine and/or alcohol can trigger eye twitching. If your caffeine and/or alcohol intake has increased, cutting back is worth a try. Dry eyes: More than half of the older population experiences dry eyes, due to aging. Dry eyes also are very common for people who use computers, take certain medications (antihistamines, antidepressants, etc.), wear contact lenses and consume caffeine and/or alcohol. Nutritional imbalances: Some reports indicate a lack of certain nutritional substances, such as magnesium, can trigger eyelid spasms. Although these reports lack scientific evidence, they cannot be rule out as a possible cause of eye twitching. Allergies: People with eye allergies can have itching, swelling and watery eyes. When eyes are rubbed, this releases histamine into the lid tissues and the tears which can cause eyelid twitching. To offset this problem, some optometrists have recommended antihistamine eye drops or tablets to help some eyelid twitches. But remember that antihistamines also can cause dry eyes. It’s best to work with your optometrist to make sure you’re doing the right thing for your eyes.
Indian rice with chicken 1kg chicken thigh cutlets, skin removed 2 tablespoons mild Indian curry paste 1 tablespoon vegetable oil 1 brown onion, chopped 1 1/4 cups SunRice White Long Grain Rice 1/3 cup sultanas 1 granny smith apple, cut into 2cm pieces 1 medium tomato, cut into 1cm pieces 2 1/2 cups chicken stock Fresh coriander leaves and plain Natural yoghurt, to serve
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Eye twitching, eyelid tics and spasms are pretty common. Usually only the bottom lid of one eye is involved, but the top eyelid also can twitch. Most eye twitches come and go, although they can last for weeks or even months. To find a solution for eye twitching, we needed to determine the underlying cause of this annoying problem. Called myokymia, these rippling muscle contractions in an eyelid can be triggered by: • Stress • Tiredness • Eye strain • Caffeine • Alcohol • Dry eyes • Nutritional imbalances • Allergies Almost all sudden-onset eyelid twitching is benign, meaning the condition is not serious or a sign of a medical problem. However, this kind of eye twitching also can be hard to treat. The only option for making the twitching stop may be to figure out the cause and deal with it. More serious forms of eyelid twitching are caused by neurological conditions such as blepharospasm or hemifacial spasm. These conditions are much less common and should be properly diagnosed and referred to an eye specialist for further treatment. Why Does My Eye Twitch? Stress: While we’re all under stress at times, our bodies react in different ways. Eye twitching can be one sign of stress, especially when it is related to vision problems such as eye strain. Reducing the cause of the stress can help make the twitching stop. Tiredness: A lack of sleep, whether because of stress or some other reason, can trigger eyelid spasms. Catching up on your sleep can help. Eye strain: Vision-related stress can occur if, for instance, you need glasses or a change of glasses. Your eyes may
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SPORT Quiet achiever hits the 100 game milestone
Brittany Wilson is the 2014 recipient of the Mount Gambier & District Community Bank funded tertiary health scholarship. Brittany completed her secondary education at Mount Gambier High School and is now studying at Deakin University, based at Geelong. Brittany is currently in her third year of a four year course - Bachelor of Psychology. After completing this degree, she wishes to return to Mount Gambier and work in the field before deciding if she will concentrate on completing a two year Masters degree. Brittany is finding her course very interesting as it covers a broad range of topics. She would like to work in the area of mental health or clinical psychology and hopes to
Eilish McKay played her 100th game for East Gambier in round 12 against North Gambier. Eilish started with East in 2011 in the 15 & under line-up after transferring from the Mount Gambier Netball Association. She is currently a member of the undefeated 17 & under East team and being involved with the A Grade throughout the season. She has three Premierships under her belt in both the 15 & 17 & under grades. Eilish is a tall defender with an outstanding reach and is equally effective at the other end of the court as a strong holding and accurate shooter. Her ability to read the play, take timely interceptions and out rebounds many opponents is second to none
eventually open her own practice as a psychologist in Mount Gambier. Brittany has a particular interest in the areas of mental health, counselling, youth work, drug and alcohol intervention and health promotion. The Mount Gambier & District Community Bank funded Tertiary Health scholarship will assist Britany with text books and living expenses in general. She is greatly appreciative of the assistance this grant will give her.
Above - Brittany Wilson with Mount Gambier & District Community Bank branch manager Tracy Koop.
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and her work over the ball on both the feed and the shot puts every opponent under extreme pressure. She is a very quiet achiever and often goes under the radar but is an extremely hard working player and goes about getting the job done quietly. Eilish has also represented Western Border at both 15 & 17 & under level. East Gambier is extremely proud of Eilish and her achievements and is very keen to watch her develop into the senior ranks next season and play another 100 games.
Above - Eilish McKay (second from left) with her sister Brenna and her parents Kirsty and Liam McKay.
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LOCAL South Australian hay growers are being urged to increase their production and change their bale size to meet growing national demand. Leading Australian hay trader, Feed Central, consistently buys hay out of South Australia for the domestic market, sending it to almost every mainland state and territory. Feed Central Managing Director Tim Ford said he believed demand would increase over coming years from a combination of South Australian buyers and buyers from other states. However, South Australian producers need to produce more and adjust their bale weight and sizes to maximise their return. “Bale size, weight and road restrictions from South Australia are close to horrific,” Mr Ford said. “Currently South Australian hay is made in 8x4x4 bales and they weigh light which means freight is expensive. It is increasingly imperative to bale 8x4x3 as the 8x4x4 bales are often unviable to shift.” Mr Ford said the current size has to be repressed by exporters. “Producing high density bales will dramatically improve market reach. Investment in new high density balers will also improve on-farm storage and handling efficiencies,” he said. Mr Ford said the domestic market required all types of hay including lucerne, clover, pastures, oaten wheat, barley, rye, pea, and vetch. Domestic customers take a variety of grades but Mr Ford said producers should aim for the best quality “because this will always sell the fastest and at the highest price”. Generally domestic moisture is about 18 per cent but producers should aim for export moisture on oaten hay. Mr Ford said Australian hay growers needed to produce more hay to cover winter shortages. “The domestic and export markets have grown but production hasn’t changed,” he said. Feed Central also takes listings of hay for sale and offers this service to buyers locally and nationally. “Under our system we like to inspect and feed test the hay ourselves; but let the grower nominate the price,” Mr Ford said. Feed Central guarantees the payment to the grower. Feed Central has developed an Australian-first app to give haymaking contractors and regular hay growers the ability to assess the quality of their product. It will be unveiled during the Australian Fodder Industry Association national fodder conference in Adelaide on August 5. People can contact 1300 669 429 for more information.
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On Wednesday, August 13, Mount Gambier will be host to a great performer and author, Craig Smith, who wrote and performs the great children’s book The Wonky Donkey. The Wonky Donkey is a very funny, cumulative song, and each page tells us something new about the donkey until we end up with a spunky, hanky-panky, cranky stinky, lanky, honkeytonkey, winky wonky donkey. Released in 2007 as a song, along with other children’s songs in an album called “Not Just for Kids”, The Wonky Donkey won the APRA NZ Children’s song of the year award in 2008 and ended up making top 25 songs in the children’s section of International Songwriting Contest, one of the world’s biggest song competitons. In 2009, the song was published as a children’s book, with great
Drug and alcohol services across south-west Victoria are being streamlined in a major reform of the sector. As part of the new arrangement, the newly formed Great South Coast Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services consortium will provide counselling, care and recovery, and non-residential withdrawal services. The Western Region Alcohol and Drug Centre (WRAD) is the lead agency in the consortium which also includes Portland District Health (Glenelg Southern Grampians Drug Treatment Services), South West Healthcare, Great South Coast Medicare Local, and Brophy Family and Youth Services. It is the first time the agencies have pooled their resources and experience to provide services in the region. Services will be delivered in Warrnambool, Portland and Hamilton and surrounding regions. A new intake and assessment service will also be established as part of the changes. It will be delivered by the Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO) which will refer people to relevant local treatment providers. ASCO is expected to have a base in Warrnambool as part of the new arrangements. The Great South Coast Medicare Local will undertake a planning function for the new consortium to identify service gaps and communicate needs to the Department of Health. WRAD Director Geoff Soma said clients in the region would
and funny illustrations by his friend, Katz Cowley. They paired up again in 2010 to create the book, Willbee the Bumblebee, which is based on the childhood story told by Craig’s mother and co-author, Maureen Thompson, and like the Wonky Donkey, is also a song. Craig Smith will be performing at the Mount Gambier City Hall between 9.30am and 10.20am on August 13. The Mount Gambier Library is hosting this event and is very excited to have another author event, building on the success of recent author visits. The library is keen to promote kids literacy, with the help of Craig Smith. Bookings can be made at the Library or on (08)8721 2578, so book in quick otherwise you will miss out.
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continue to receive quality care. “It is exciting to be successful in a very competitive tendering environment and then launch a consortium that will aim to improve the level of service delivery across the Great South Coast region,” Mr Soma said. “The services offered will not necessarily have the same names as before but it is designed to be less complicated and easier for clients to navigate. Services are being streamlined into a smaller number of service types but the plan is that clients will still receive access to what they need,” he said. “The agencies will work together and with the Victorian Government Department of Health to make sure ensure clients’ needs are being met.” Mr Soma said the new referral process would screen clients who want services and direct them to where their needs will be best met for drug and alcohol, mental health and other disability related services. “It is a different referral pathway but it is designed to make it easier for clients to get help when and where they need it,” he said. Mr Soma said the changes were part of the biggest reform of the drug and alcohol sector for 20 years. The changes will apply from September 1 this year. Mr Soma reassured clients who are using the current system. “All current clients will be transitioned into the new system without disruption to their treatment and care,” he said.
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a participating venue for the annual SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival which has been celebrated state wide each August since 1998. SALA is an innovative open access visual arts festival presenting thousands of artists through unique collaborations and exhibitions in hundreds of spaces throughout metropolitan and regional South Australia.Local artist Tanja HasanWarner has chosen the Mount Gambier Library as a venue to display her work A Home for Lost Birds, an exhibition of paintings, drawings and prints, exploring ideas of home and belonging. Tanja’s artistic flair is built on her qualifications in the Visual Arts, and she has been actively contributing and promoting the arts sector across the Lower South East and Limestone Coast Regions, as well as participating in exhibitions across the Eyre Peninsula regions and Adelaide. “In my work I explore concepts of home, migration and belonging. I enjoy creating imagery reminiscent of children’s book illustrations and combine this with postal and travel iconography to create a narrative,” Tanja said. “My work is greatly influenced by personal experiences of migration and my Yugoslav heritage. I combine this with stories of displacement, experienced by people and birds alike. Birds play an important role as both metaphors and story tellers. They help to create important links.” The official opening of “A Home for Lost Birds” will be held Saturday, August 2, 12 noon at the Mount Gambier Library. The invitation is extended to the public with the exhibition on display until Thursday, August 14. The Mount Gambier Library encourages the public to come out and support both the SALA Festival and local artist Tanja Hasan-Warner, with pieces available for sale and a chance to talk to the artist in person about her works and discover the inspiration behind these pieces. Please express your interest in attending the Opening Exhibition for catering purposes by telephoning the Mount Gambier Library on (08)8721 2540.
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.”
MOTOR Rhodes completes a hat trick of wins at Limestone Coast Oﬀ Road Masters
Jack Rhodes and David Pullino have completed the proverbial impossible dream, winning three events in four weeks in Australian off road racing. Their hat trick run started four weeks ago at the Toyo Tires Riverland Enduro, the third round of the Australian Off Road Championship, where Rhodes blitzed the field by over five minutes. The ARB Griffith 400, the third round
of the ARB Off Road Racing Series, was next on the shopping list, where Rhodes again ran away from the field. Last weekend saw all the ducks fall into line as the Rhodes Racing #91 Jimco held up to the tortures of the Moorex sand to salute the chequered flag with more than a four minute gap to second placed Aaron Haby. “I don’t know what’s going on,” Rhodes
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said. “We finally got some momentum starting to form - I hope we can keep going and finish off the year with the same form.” The Limestone Coast Off Road Master winner was also full of praise for the new night racing at the event. “Loved it - loved the night racing,” he said. “It definitely changed the way we drove - it’s an awesome property and an awesome event.” Rhodes and Pullino now plan to head to Wynarka for a South Australian mulit club round before heading north for Goondiwindi and Coffs Harbour. Aaron Haby, who stepped back into his single seat #55 machine after engine failure in the #57 Element Prodigy in prologue, stormed through the field to finish in second outright, two minutes and seven seconds ahead of Aaron and Tanner James; an extraordinary effort for James in only the second race for the newly imported Alumi Craft #93. James had been dicing
with Moorex property owner Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings for the third podium position; Gartner backing off in the last lap after wayward smoke wafted into the cabin from a suspected leak on the exhaust. Gartner and Jennings finished the event, albeit with a slower last lap.
Above (left) - Jack Rhodes and David Pullino celebrate their continuing outstanding form after taking out the Limestone Coast Off Road Masters. Above (right) - Jack Rhodes and David Pullino in action on Saturday. Left - There were 47 cars that started in the 2014 Limestone Coast Off Road Masters.
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SEABL - Mount Gambier Pioneers
SOCCER South East Women’s Football Association
CASTEC RURAL SUPPLIES MOUNT GAMBIER PIONEERS 91 (D. Johnson 30; B. Allen 16; J. Warbout 15; B. Hill 12; M. Sutton 8; T. Daly 5; L. Blicavs 3; E. Burdon 2) d KILSYTH 78.
Seniors United 8 (S. Mariano 5; E. Maywald, T. Taylor, own goal) d Villa 0; Palace 3 (N. Koczak, T. Andrews, G. Tentye) d City 0; Wanderers 5 (T. Long 3; M. Sims, L. McCallum). Juniors Palace 2 (B. Milligan 2) drew with Millicent 2 (C. Fabris 2); County 2 (K. Coulson 2) d Wanderers 0.
The Pioneers sit four wins clear at the top of the South Conference with a 19-4 record. This Friday night, the Pioneers host second ranked North West Tasmania at the Icehouse. Tip off is at 8pm.
South East State stars shine
BASKETBALL South East Coast Basketball League Men’s A Grade Cougars 69 (S. Stafford 22; K. deWit 15; B. Armitage 11) d Millicent 46 (J. Murphy 21; A. Schultz 9; B. Wilson 4); Panthers 83 (D. Brown 24; R. Hein 24; K. Rodis 13) d Roos 51 (M. Bachmann 17; M. Markiewicz 16; B. Bachmann 12); Wizards 88 (B. Rathjen 32; N. Morrison 14; M. Stephens 12) d Bulldogs 82 (S. Berkefeld 24; M. Berkefeld 16; S. Sochacki 14) Women’s A Grade Millicent 56 (J. Howe 16; O. Fuller, E. Watson 10) d Roos 37 (M. Markiewicz 11; R. Hines 8; O. Dukalskis 6); Cougars 52 (M. Russell 18; T. Gray 16; E. Cunningham 6) d Panthers 48 (B. Walters 18; B. McKay 13; K. Lockwood 6)
INDOOR BOWLS Pennant Results Wendy Gray started playing netball with North Gambier in 1992 and last Saturday she suited up for the 300th time as a Tiger. And the celebrations were complete given her A Reserve team mates did the right thing and secured a six goal victory over South Gambier in what was a top of the table clash. Wendy’s career is all about hard work and perseverance as she progressed through the ranks. She debuted in C Grade, played seven seasons of B Grade, was a member of the A Grade line-up from 2006-2008 and she is currently in her fifth season of A Reserve. A tight checking, tenacious defender, Wendy is as effective in the air as she is working the ground and she also possesses a great ability to read the play to deliver some spectacular interceptions. “Wendy displays the attitude that how badly you want something, dictates how hard you work for it,” said club media manager Robyn Stafford. “She is an inspiration for players of all ages to always strive to better yourself and that hard work will earn you the rewards.” Premierships are the ultimate goal of all team sports and Wendy has been fortunate to play in two - being part of North Gambier’s 1906 and 2004 B grade premiership teams. She was also part of North’s 1997 B grade team that finished runnerup. Wendy has also accumulated personal accolades with club best and fairest titles in 1992, 1995 (both B Grade) and 2005 (A Reserve). She has also given back to the club, coaching the B Grade team in 2002 and the 13 & under age group in 2006. She also had a two year stint on the committee.
Above - Wendy Gray is congratulated by North Gambier Netball Club president Sharon Day.
Mount Gambier Community RSL Pennants - Round 13 Kilsby Shield St Martins 63 d RSL & District Gold 61, Post-Tel 87 d Mt Gambier Bowls Club Gold 29, Kongorong 73 d Glencoe 33, Commercial Club Gold 55 d Glenburnie 54. Malseed Shield Saints 62 d O.B. Flat 48, Blue Lake Bowlers White 55 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 54, Moorak Red 50 d Moorak Blue 44, Yahl 54 d Mil Lel 43. Premiership Tables after round 13 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 22 points, 166.97%; Glenburnie 18, 119.44; RSL & District Gold 16, 116.74; Commercial Club Gold 16, 108.77; St Martins 13, 83.69; Mt Gambier Bowls Club Gold 12, 84.46; Glencoe 4, 75.25; Kongorong 3, 71.61. Malseed Shield Saints 23, 158.39; Mil Lel 18, 132.84; O.B.Flat 18, 122.53; Yahl 14, 101.29; Moorak Blue 11, 100.42; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 8, 80.07; Blue Lake Bowlers White 7, 76.01; Moorak Red 5, 60.32.
Western Border netballer Mary Wilson and Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara player Maisie Nankivell have returned from Melbourne having both performed well for South Australia in the Under 15 Schoolgirls National Netball Championships. The SA side finished fifth with a demolition of the ACT in the play-off and was also competitive with the pacesetters in the top four. Mary (picured above shooting) was named as a reserve for the All Australian team selected from the carnival and Maisie (pictured receiving her award) brought home the Amy Safe (Gillett) Award for South Australia - a player’s player award.
Winter series reaps medals & PBs
HOCKEY Lower South East - Round 15 Division one men - West 4 d Redbacks 1; Division one women - West 3 d Redbacks 0; Division two women - Strikers 2 d West 1; Division three women - Strikers 3 d West 0; Under 15 Boys - Cavaliers 2 d Tigers 1; Redbacks 4 d Portland 2; Under 15 Girls - Tigers 5 d Cavaliers 0; Under 13 Girls - Redbacks 4 d West Yellow 1.
Junior indoor bowlers fight it out for the singles championship
Below - Wendy Gray in action during her 300th game on Saturday at Vansittart Park.
The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association conducted its junior singles championship earlier this month, with Zac Pearson taking out the title, going through undefeated in his final year as a junior player. Chris Sylvester from Moorak Red was the biggest improver taking out the runner up prize.
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The Hamilton hosted 2014 Winter Swim Series, a two night competition, was completed earlier this month. Blue Lake Y Swim Club had 20 swimmers competing, in what for many of the swimmers was thier first competition since a raft of serious summer events. One of the youngest competitors to make the trip over to Hamilton was seven year old Aleisha Pearson who shaved 20 seconds off her personal best time from her first night swim to the second. This was a trend for the Blue Lake Y squad, with many personal best times set during the winter series. Blue Lake Y swimmers ended the two day series with 113 personal best times and nine swimmers also brought home medals.The swimmers to get medals in their age group were Ewan Carpenter 8 yr old 40 points 3rd, Nick Bignell 8yr old 57 pofrom the first nightg ints 2nd, Thomas Bignell 10 yr old 155 points 3rd, Hayley Pearson 10 yr old 151 points 3rd, Daniel O’Callaghan 11 yr old 197 points 1st, Jamie Spicer 12 yr old 165 points 3rd, Lucie Whitworth 12 yr old 185 points 1st, Jelena Carpenter 13 yr old 159 points 3rd, Charlotte Smith 13 yr old 171 points 2nd. Blue Lake Y Swim Club trains at the Swimskool on Keegan Street and has sessions available for every level of swimmer. If you are interested in swimming and want to join this dynamic young group of swimmers please call either Bec Spicer on 0418 898 540 or Colin Smith on 0439 251 004. New members are always welcome, whether you have the urge to compete or just want to keep fit.
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MSEFL - A Grade
Mt Burr 9.6 13.12 19.16 26.19 (175) Kongorong 1.1 3.6 6.8 9.10 (64) Goals - Mt Burr: D. Ridley 8; C. Murray 6; T. Fennell, F. SCanlon, J. Agnew 2; S. Wallis, T. Renzi, J. Fiebig, D. Bowering, J. Gregory, C. Gallio. Kongorong: J. Simkin 4; B. Saffin 2; M. Last, S. Phillips, J. Phillips. Best - Mt Burr: D. Ridley, B. Hennink, J. Wallis, J. Fiebig, T. Fennell, T. Renzi. Kongorong: N. Ham, J. Wright, M. Waters. Kalangadoo 4.3 12.7 12.8 16.14 (110) Hatherleigh 3.2 5.5 8.7 9.8 (62) Goals - Kalangadoo: A. Kilsby, M. Durbridge 4; B. Mules 2; M. Krieger, A. Lyon, M. Jones, B. Auld, B. Auld, T. Jones, C. Mules. Hatherleigh: T. Bell, C. Buckley 2; S. Telfer, K. Bowman, J. Wight, M. Fabris, C. Buckley. Best - Kalangadoo: B. Mules, T. Williams, M. Krieger, C. Mules, M. Jones, B. Auld. Hatherleigh: M. Faulkner, J. Sullivan, J. Bateman, S. Waring, J. Wight, J. Ferguson-Lane. Tantanoola 0.4 9.8 13.12 20.17 (137) Glencoe 2.2 3.6 6.8 8.9 (57) Goals - Tantanoola: G. Gascoyne 8; R. Versace 5; C. Hamilton 2; T. McGrath, R. Clarke, H. Brown, M. Pilmore, C. Saint. Glencoe: M. Kasparian 3; M. McRae 2; T. Hawke, A. Hentschke, S. Giersch. Best - Tantanoola: G. Gascoyne, J. Dawe, T. Stringer, C. Williams, R. Versace. Glencoe: M. Kasparian, Z. Cocks, B. Gosden, K. Clark, T. Hawke, L. Allison. Nangwarry 3.1 8.5 12.9 16.12 (108) Robe 5.2 9.3 12.5 15.7 (97) Goals - Nangwarry: T. Ploenges 7; N. Reeves, B. Sharam 2; S. Merrett, N. Block, M. Fatchen, K. Schaefer, C. Lock. Robe: N. Cane 7; J. Dawson 3; J. Dunn 2; P. Agnew, S. Sawyer, J. Pettit. Best - Nangwarry: M. Fatchen, N. Boon, R. Lindner, T. Ploenges, B. Deamer, A. Hill. Robe: P. Agnew, N. Cane, J. Dunn, J. Pettit. E. Samuel, J. Dawson.
Mt Burr 76 d Kongorong 41; Kalangadoo 50 (K. Schultz, L. Ousey) d Hatherleigh 34 (K. Smith, G. Brooks); Glencoe 63 (L. Edwards, E. McDiarmid) d Tantanoola 32.
Kongorong 52 (A. Anderson, D. Glynn) d Mt Burr 40 (C. Reilly, T. Paul); Kalangadoo 58 (N. Ryan, T. Coxon) d Hatherleigh 32 (E. Nettle, C. Wingard); Tantanoola 53d Glencoe 34 (C. Watson, T. Auld).
Kongorong 49 (K. Hudson, C. Leese) d Mt Burr 29 (G. Carnellor, J. Verbena); Kalangadoo 49 d Hatherleigh 36); Tantanoola 48 d Glencoe 22 (M. Watson, J. Cocks).
Kongorong 31 (M. Pink, E. Lawson) d Mt Burr 12 (T. Watts, E. Little); Hatherleigh 49 d Kalangadoo 25; Tantanoola 62 d Glencoe 28 (T. Rasmussen, J. Jones).
17 & Under
Kongorong 26 (M. Manser, E. Devine) d Mt Burr 25 (E. Russell, G. Carnellor); Kalangadoo 46 (J. Jones, J. Opie) d Hatherleigh 28 (E. Nettle); Glencoe 48 (A. Kuhl, E. Agars) d Tantanoola 24
15 & Under
Mt Burr 43 (C. Vanderhorst, K. Lansdowne) d Kongorong 32 (A. Cagney, E. Lightbody); Hatherleigh 46 (E. Leopold, L. McGregor) d Kalangadoo 32 (E. Ryan, I. Giddings); Glencoe 43 (E. McAdam, K. Medhurst) d Tantanoola 29
13 & Under
Mt Burr 35 (M. Bowering, S. Falting) d Kongorong 5 (M. Sutherland, B. Allen); Kalangadoo 38 (K. Jones, E. Hunter) d Hatherleigh 15 (M. Gray, G. Chant); Tantanoola 55 d Glencoe 7 (G. Rogerson, S. Medhurst).
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Kalangadoo Kongorong Glencoe Tantanoola Port MacDonnell Tantanoola Glencoe Nangwarry
NO SCORES AVAILABLE FROM NANGWARRY V ROBE 53 48 43 41 39 37 36 36
Round 15 - July 26
Hatherleigh v Mt Burr; Port MacDonnell v Kalangadoo; Kongorong v Glencoe; Tantanoola v Robe; Nangwarry - bye.
SWDFL - A Grade
Kongorong 8.15 (63) d Mt Burr 7.7 (49) Kalangadoo 11.8 (74) d Hatherleigh 4.8 (32) Tantanoola 18.11 (119) d Glencoe 11.3 (69) Nangwarry 12.11 (83) d Robe 6.8 (44)
Westerns 7.6 11.15 14.20 19.20 (134) Heathmere 1.1 1.2 2.7 2.10 (22) Goals - Westerns: B. Edwards 5; M. Riddell 4; H. Angus, J. Patterson 2; L. Evans, D. Barlow, R. Cracknell, D. Jennings, A. Buchanan. Heathmere: M. Dodson 2. Best - Westerns: B. Edwards, M. Riddell, H. Angus, R. CRacknell, R. Gardiner, S. O’Brien. Heathmere: P. Edwards, K. Hill, M. Gore, S. Johnson, P. Huddart, R. Patterson. Dartmoor 5.2 10.7 16.12 26.17 (173) Branxholme-Wallacedale 2.0 4.1 6.2 6.3 (39) Goals - Dartmoor: J. McCrae 6; J. Polaski 3; J. Franklin, J. Lynch, S. Bouwman, M. Oldfield, S. Jones, B. Hicks, K. Smith 2; V. Ryan, S. Jones, L. Hatherell. Branx-Wallace: H. Thomas 2; J. Logan, P. Fort, A. Cameron, S. Brewer. Best - Dartmoor: J. Lynch, K. Smith, V. Ryan, M. Phillips, C. Lenehan, M. Reid. Branx-Wallace: S. Brewer, N. Lester, J. Tonissen, C. Jenkins, C. Pepper, B. Manders. Heywood 4.4 9.6 15.7 22.10 (142) Cavendish 1.1 2.6 3.8 3.10 (28) Goals - Heywood: J. Bell 9; L. Malseed, J. Saunders, B. Nash, C. Foster, M. Wilson 2; B. Millard, J. Nash, B. Caldwell. Cavendish: N. Curtis, R. McNaughton, J. Huf. Best - Heywood: J. Bell, L. Malseed, J. Saunders, M. Wilson, B. Millard, J. Nash. Cavendish: S. Hayes, T. Huf, J. Nice, C. Delahoy, J. Tully, J. Shannon. Coleraine 3.4 4.6 9.10 12.12 (84) Tyrendarra 4.2 8.4 8.5 9.5 (59) Goals - Coleraine: D. Russell, L. Robinson 3; G. Robertson 2; A. Whale, S. Tooley, B. Rhook, S. Picken. Tyrendarra : no details provided. Best - Coleraine: G. Robertson, J. Eats, D. McDonnell, J. Vickery, A. Gould, L. Kaine. Tyrendarra: no details provided.
Kongorong 15.12 (102) d Mt Burr 1.3 (9) Kalangadoo 13.9 (87) d Hatherleigh 4.4 (28) Tantanoola 8.11 (59) d Glencoe 4.2 (26) Robe 24.13 (157) d Nangwarry 5.1 (31)
Mt Burr 5.6 (36) d Kongorong 5.5 (35) Hatherleigh 17.11 (113) d Kalangadoo 0.2 (2) Tantanoola 9.9 (63) d Glencoe 3.4 (22) Robe 6.13 (49) d Nangwarry 3.1 (19) Download the Lifestyle1 app for full details, including goal kickers & best players.
• Above - Kalangadoo’s Anthony Kilsby. Photo courtesy of Andrew Crouch.
Hampden FL - A Grade Camperdown 1.3 5.6 8.8 12.11 (83) Portland 4.2 4.2 6.3 8.3 (51) Goals - Camperdown: M. Pemberton, J. Hickey 2; J. Dowell, L. Darcy, L. Clarke, M. Danahay, D. Pemberton, B. James, L. Cardinal, D. Casey. Portland: B. Malcolm, J. Myles 2; J. Moody, D. O’Loughlin, M. England. Best - Camperdown: L. Darcy, L. Caridnal, S. Cardinal, J. Mahony, B. Arnold, C. Spence. Portland: B. Malcolm, D. Falcone, M. England, L. Crane, L. Van Huegten, J. Edwards. Terang Mortlake 1.4 4.7 8.12 11.16 (82) Hamilton Kangaroos 0.4 2.7 4.9 7.11 (53) Goals - Terang Mortlake: C. Bant 4; D. O’Connor, S. Staunton 2; T. Smith, M. Sargeant, M. Baxter. Hamilton: K. Uebergang 2; R. Fischer, T. Meulendyks, R. Newell, R. Morris, J. Watson. Best - Terang Mortlake: D. O’Connor, S. Staunton, M. Sargeant, C. Baxter, W. Pomorin, R. O’Connor. Hamilton: K. Uebergang, T. Meulendyks, J. Pepper, G. Crawford, J. Meulendyks, C. Quinn.
Round 15 - July 26
Dartmoor v Westerns; Heathmere v Cavendish; Heywood v Coleraine; Tyrendarra v Branxholme-Wallacedale.
Seniors Ladder % Dartmoor 379.12 Heywood 216.94 Coleraine 121.12 Westerns 101.03 Tyrendarra 93.05 Cavendish 83.66 Branx-Wallace 51.56 Heathmere 21.52
Hampden Netball - A Grade
Portland 54 (L. Hockley, L. Kelly, H. Bunney) d Camperdown 40; Hamilton Kangaroos 42 (K. Lewis, A. Smead, R. Lewis) d Terang Mortlake 37.
Round 14 - July 26
Portland v North Warrnambool Eagles; Hamilton Kangaroos v South Warrnambool.
• Above right (from top) - Al Lyon looks to mark this ball before his Hatherleigh opponent can effect the spoil during the Magpies’ impressive win over the Eagles; Kylie Schultz, who was best on court in the A grade action between Kalangadoo and Hatherleigh, stretches well over the shot.; Kalangadoo centre Jenna Pitt dishes off to Melisssa Russell during the Magpies’ 16 goal victory over the second ranked Eagles.
Pts 60 52 40 34 28 18 8 0
Goalkickers Jason McCrae Dartmoor John Bell Heywood Darcy Russell Coleraine Peter Downs Branx-Wallace Lachlan McKenzie Cavendish Michael Oldfield Dartmoor Mick Wilson Heywood Reece Cracknell Westerns Jake Patterson Westerns
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MGNA Netball - A Grade Hobitz 104 (T. Hayes, K. Stewart) d Nomads 15 (S. Koopman, S. Wilkin); Saints 34 (M. Ridding, R. Primmer) d Zodiacs 33 (C. Grubb, S. Blachut); Vicis 64 (M. Richardson, K. Nulty) d Amazons 24 (C. Treacey, C, Riley). Download the Lifestyle1 app for a full list of results.
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KNTFL - A Grade
Casterton Sandford 5.4 8.9 12.11 19.15 (129) Millicent 3.1 5.4 7.4 7.6 (48) Goals - Casterton Sandford: J. Stephenson 4; C. Perry 3; A. O’Connell, D. Ryan, N. Upton, B. Gill 2; J. Clode, J. Harvey, D. Ayton, C. Talbot. Millicent: N. Robbins 3; J. Walker, J. Pratt, H. Gordon, C. Haggett. Best - Casterton Sandford: J. Stephenson, D. Ayton, N. Upton, J. Clode, K. Carlin, D. Wombwell. Millicent: M. Redman, C. Thomson, N. Robbins, J. Walker, C. Haggett, B. Kenny. North Gambier 3.2 9.3 12.4 16.8 (104) South Gambier 2.5 7.6 10.9 14.11 (95) Goals - North: J. McConnell, B. Close 4; R. O’Grady, P. perry, B. Stafford 2; M. McInerney, J. Schutz. South: C. Slape 4; B. Exelby 3; B. Kain, M. Berkefeld 2; Z. King, B. O’Neil, B. Bryant. Best - North: P. Perry, B. Egan. T. McInerney, B. Close, B. Stafford, M. McInerney. South: B. Howard, D. Stratford, B. O’Neil, C. Slape, B. Bryant. West Gambier 7.5 10.9 14.14 19.17 (131) East Gambier 1.0 3.3 5.4 11.4 (70) Goals - West: D. McElroy 4; J. Schapel 3; E. King, K. O’Brien 2; S. Wenman, B. Wilson, M. Hunter, A. Gibbs, A. Kennedy. East: K. Thomson 6; D. Howard 3; B. Nash, C. Anderson. Best - West: D. McElroy, B. Wilson, K. O’Brien, M. Hunter, E. King, R. Fox. East: J. Dunn, M. White, K. Thomson, S. Balshaw, M. Kieselbach.
Keith 7.5 10.11 19.15 23.17 (155) Kingston 0.2 1.3 7.5 9.7 (61) Goals - Keith: B. Farmer, B. Lamont B. King, L. Mitchell 3; P. Makin, J. Wilson, A. Stopp 2; H. Gill, M. Boin, C. McMurray, J. Newton, H. Wilhelm. Kingston: T. Mills 4; J. Austin 2; T. Baker, B. Warner, S. Braidwood. Best - Keith: A. Stopp, H. Gill, S. Molineux, L. Mitchell, G. Johnson, T. Redden. Kingston:J. Austin, B. Warner, T. Baker, T. Mills, M. Higgs, J. Millie. Mundulla 1.2 7.6 10.9 14.13 (97) Bordertown 0.2 2.5 3.9 5.11 (41) Goals - Mundulla: H. Thorpe, D. Burgess, L. Wiese 3; B. Packer, S. Luckett, J. Mock, J. Hinge, G. Obst. Bordertown: N. Hampel 2; C. Diment, T. Wheelen, B. Lodewyk. Best - Mundulla: T. Ballinger, G. Obnst, J. McGrice, J. Milligan, N. Davis, H. Trenorden. Bordertown: N. Clark, L. Staple, A. Diment, K. Cuthbertson, T. Wheelen, C. Clark. Penola 3.4 11.5 14.6 20.8 (128) Lucindale 1.1 4.4 7.6 7.7 (49) Goals - Penola: R. Smyth 6; M. Merrett 5; O. March 2; S. Merrett, W. Banton, J. Galpin, A. Moore, S. Jackman, M. Willson, L. Gray. Lucindale: R. McInerney 3; S. Logan 2; A. Smart, S. Mardling. Best - Penola: T. Pearce, M. Merrett, J. Galpin, D. Hackwill, M. Willson, A. Moore. Lucindale: P. Baker, M. Snowball, T. Handbury, R. McInerney, A. Smart, S. Graetz. Kybybolite 3.4 7.5 9.7 15.9 (99) Border Districts 0.1 4.2 6.4 6.4 (40) Goals - Kybybolite: S. Carberry 6; J. McKay 3; C. MacKinnon, S. Craig, C. Sandercock, M. Slotegraaf, J. Bitttner, D. Ogilivie. Border Districts: C. Barras 3; S. Ferenci 2; C. Robinson. Best - Kybybolite: S. Craig, J. McKay, B. Jurtzer, S. Davies, T. Hines, C. MacKinnon. Border Districts: C. Burr, M. Lemon, S. Ferenci, N. Naylor, N. Thomson, A. Wilson. Padthaway 5.2 10.7 14.12 21.14 (140) Kanvia Leeor 2.4 4.6 6.7 10.10 (70) Goals - Padthaway: S. Welsh 6; J. Brice 3; J. Dolling, T. McLennan, S. Townsend 2; B. Gunning, T. Edwards, C. Marshall, T. Cox, D. Boyanton, I. Perrie. Kaniva Leeor: L. Ryan 3; D. Williams 2; S. Stallion, J. Brown, J. Turner, S. Vivian, J. Larocca. Best - Padthaway: T. Edwards, B. Gunning, M. Hoffman, S. Welsh, A. Longbottom, M. Gibbs. Kaniva Leeor: J. Turner, J. Lyon, J. Hicks, S. Stallion, S. Vivian, S. Dodson.
% Pts North Gambier 168.69 23 South Gambier 170.48 19 West Gambier 118.60 16 Casterton Sandford 93.00 12 East Gambier 65.00 8 Millicent 43.47 0
Goalkickers Justin McConnell Brett Exelby Kevin Thomson Nick Moretti Josh Stephenson Nick Allen
North Gambier South Gambier East Gambier North Gambier Casterton Sandford West Gambier
54 53 44 37 34 25
Casterton Sandford 21.8 (134) d Millicent 1.2 (8) North Gambier 9.16 (70) d South Gambier 3.4 (22) West Gambier v East Gambier (no details available).
17 & under
Casterton Sandford 17.8 (110) d Millicent 8.4 (52) North Gambier 10.5 (65) d South Gambier 9.6 (60) East Gambier 9.11 (65) d West Gambier 4.5 (29)
Casterton Sandford 13.11 (89) d Millicent 0.0.(0) South Gambier 12.16 (88) d North Gambier 0.1 (1) West Gambier v East Gambier (no details available)
South Gambier 8.13 (61) d North Gambier 0.0 (0) West Gambier v East Gambier (no details available) Download the Lifestyle1 app for full details, including goal kickers & best players.
• Above - West Gambier’s Elliot King and East Gambier’s Nick Walters compete for this mark. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.
Padthaway Kanvia Leeor Penola Mundulla Keith Bordertown Lucindale Naracoorte Kingston Border Districts Kybybolite
Adam Merrett Daniel Burgess Scott Welsh Sam Mardling Clint Barras Dylan Williams Leigh Ryan Scott Carberry Ben Simounds Luke Harder
% 67.49 57.65 67.27 63.90 55.44 54.40 46.72 41.36 36.13 33.72 32.16
Pts 48 40 36 36 32 28 16 16 8 8 8
Penola Mundulla Padthaway Lucindale Border Districts Kaniva Leeor Kaniva Leeor Kybybolite Keith Padthaway
71 54 51 45 43 41 40 38 34 32
Keith 14.10 (94) d Kingston 6.4 (40); Mundulla 7.8 (50) d Bordertown 4.9 (33); Penola 22.15 (147) d Lucindale 3.2 (20); Border Districts 9.9 (63) d Kybybolite 5.13 (43); Janiva Leeor 14.10 (94) d Padthaway 6.8 (44).
Western Border Netball A Grade
Millicent 65 (H. Dunn, D. Denton) d Casterton Sandford 35 (E. Brewster, A. Shannon); North Gambier 58 (A. Duncan, M. Gazzard) d South Gambier 43 (M. Markiewicz, A. Mourbey); West Gambier 56 (C. Trevilyan, L. Cram) d East Gambier 54 (T. Gray, S. Lock).
Kingston 14.8 (92) d Keith 4.3 (27); Bordertown 14.8 (92) d Mundulla 8.3 (51); Penola 14.14 (98) d Lucindale 1.0 (6); Kaniva Leeor 15.13 (103) d Padthaway 1.4 (10).
Millicent 56 (K. Lynch, L. Shanks) d Casterton Sandford 46 (E. McIntosh, E. Milich); North Gambier 47 (K. Bilney, A. Flett) d South Gambier 41 (E. Gazzard, K. Reid); West Gambier 42 (S. Roach, S. Cummins) d East Gambier 38 (B. McKay, T. Gray).
Keith 12.9 (81)_ d Kingston 2.2 (14); Bordertown 8.9 (57) d Mundulla 2.1 (13); Penola 9.6 (60) d Penola 3.1 (19); Kybybolite 16.9 (105) d Border Districts 2.2 (14); Kaniva Leeor 10.6 (66) d Padthaway 1.0 (6). Download the Lifestyle1 app for full details, including goal kickers & best players.
KNT Netball - A Grade
Casterton Sandford 59 (B. Tierney, K. Bruce-Smith) d Millicent 29 (K. Crowe, L. Sims); South Gambier 46 (K. Grubb, R. Bryant) d North Gambier 37 (L. Kamphius, B. Willoughby); East Gambier 44 (L. Pike, Z. Cornolo) d West Gambier 31 (K. Mitchell, K. Judd).
Keith 60 (A. Schrieber, M. Harper) d Kingston 23 (J. Smart, Y. Stewart); Bordertown 56 (T. Poulton, J. Lange) d Mundulla 45 (A. Wendelborn, P. Marra); Border Districts 58 (B. Jacob, K. Gill) d Kybybolite 24 (S. Arnold, D. Lawrie); Kaniva Leero 42 (M. Carter, C. Feder) drew with Padthaway 42 (C. McElroy, E. Townsend); Penola 31 (E. Kain, A. Winter) d Lucindale 38 (C. Pietsch, A. Stewart). Download the Lifestyle1 app for a full list of results.
Casterton Sandford 59 (H. Layley, K. Gill-Killey) d Millicent 36 (M. Tilley, K. Ryan); South Gambier 65 (B. Fuller, K. Torney) d North Gambier 48 (C. Beames, I. Hardacre); East Gambier 43 (Z. Creek, R. Tonon) d West Gambier 32 (R. Humphries, B. Perryman).
Round 15 - August 2
Mundulla v Keith; Kybybolite v Penola; Naracoore v Bordrer Districts; Kingston v Kaniva Leeor; Lucindale, Bordertown & Padthaway - bye.
17 & Under
Millicent 26 (S. Houlihan, A. Bowering) drew with Casterton Sandford 26 (C. Pratt, T. McIntosh); North Gambier 41 (E. Pietsch, A. Hood) d South Gambier 35 (E. Gazzard, L. Mutch); East Gambier 36 (E, McKay, R. Anderson-Gibson) d West Gambier 17 (O. McEvoy, M. Teakle).
• 1. Mark Kieselbach and Daron McElroy go head to head in this ruck duel. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.
15 & Under
Millicent 59 (C. Shanks, M. Varcoe) d Casterton Sandford 33 (A. Humphries, A. Balzan); South Gambier 54 (F. Clayton, O. Dukalskis) d North Gambier 35 (L. Ross, G. Hood); East Gambier 73 (T. Gray, B. McKay) d West Gambier 11 (M. Kipping, C. Tirabassi).
• 2. Kayne Badman and Luke Thomson wrestle to gain possession during A grade football action at the weekend. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger. • 3. West centre Carly Trevilyan. Photo courtesy od Frank Monger.
13 & Under
• 4. East Gambier’s Rachael Hines. Photo courtesy of Frank Monger.
Millicent 57 (E. Wesolowksi, C. Futcher) d Casterton Sandford 11 (M. Mutch, B. Gibbs); South Gambier 28 (R. Hickman, J. Adams) d North Gambier 25 (H. Allen, T. Bosko); East Gambier 31 (J. Delaney, C. McMahon) d West Gambier 9 (T. Pearson, M. Attard).
• 5. Josh Schapel takes a strong contested mark - he finished thre match with three goals for the Roos. • 6. North Gambier A Reserve wing attack Alycia Close releases this pass and looks to drive to the circle’s edge.
Round 12 - July 19
South Gambier v Millicent; North Gambier v West Gambier; Casterton Sandford v East Gambier.
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TV GUIDE THURSDAY, JULY 31
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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 9.30 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show Early Morning - Day 8 Who Made Us Spend 11.00 11.00 Na onal News 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.00 Family Feud Encore .Big Ideas 12.00 ABC News 1.00 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Great Expecta ons 2.00 At The 12.00 The Midday Movie 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Living Room Encore 1.00 Alive And Cooking Movies Loss of Faith (M) 1.30 Extra 12.00 Dr Phil 2.00 The Daily Edi on 2.30 Tractor Monkeys 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 1.00 The Doctors 3.00 The Chase 3.00 Last Of The Summer 3.00 Na onal News Now 2.00 Jamie Does 4.00 Seven News at 4 Wine 4.15 Na onal News 3.00 Judge Judy 5.00 Deal Or No Deal 3.30 Midsomer Murders 5.30 Hot Seat 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 5.00 ABC News: Early Edi on 6.00 Na onal news 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 Seven News 5.30 The Drum 6.30 A Current Aﬀair 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 6.30 Today Tonight 6.00 Eggheads 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.30 QI 7.00 2014 AFL Season (Live) 8.30 The Friday Movie 6.00 Family Feud 7.00 ABC News Sydney v Essendon 6.30 The Project 7.30 7.30 (SA) 10.30 T.B.A. Strictly Ballroom (PG) 8.00 Miss Marple: 12.00 How The Other Half Live 7.30 The Living Room 10.30 Movie: Friends With 8.30 Commonwealth Games Endless Night (PG) 1.00 Go On Money (M) 9.30 Secret State 1.30 Celebrity Juice Women’s hockey, squash, 12.15 All Australian News 10.20 Lateline 2.30 Harry’s Prac ce table tennis, gymnas cs, 1.15 A Current Aﬀair 3.00 Home Shopping boxing, lawn bowls, 1.45 Movie: Outlaw Blues (M) 10.55 Dirty Laundry 11.35 rage 4.00 NBC Today hurdles feat. Sally Pearson 3.35 Partners 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 Seinfeld 7.00 AFL Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 - Encore 6.00 Commonwealth Games Pre-Game Show 7.30 Movie: Lemony Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 - Live 8.30 Cops: Adults Only 9.30 Movie: Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 7.30 So You Days of Thunder (M) 11.45 2014 Formula 9.35 Movie: The Dilemma (M) 11.50 Think You Can Dance 9.30 The Graham 1 Grand Prix - Hungarian GP (Replay) Movie: Ba lestar Galac ca: The Plan Norton Show 10.30 Oﬀspring - Encore 1.50 The League 2.50 Cops: Adults Only
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TV GUIDE SATURDAY, AUGUST 2
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 9.30 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show 8.00 Family Feud Encore Time Team 11.00 Expedi on 11.00 Na onal News 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.30 Studio 10 Tiger 12.00 ABC News 1.00 For 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show The Love of Cars 2.00 Poh’s 12.00 The Midday Movie 11.00 T.B.A. 1.00 Alive And Cooking Stolen Youth (M) 12.30 Dr Phil Kitchen Lends a Hand 2.30 1.30 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on 1.30 The Doctors Tractor Monkeys 3.00 Last 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 3.00 The Chase 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef of The Summer Wine 3.30 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 3.00 Judge Judy Midsomer Murders 5.00 ABC 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal Or No Deal 3.30 Entertainment Tonight News 5.30 The Drum 6.00 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 4.00 Everyday Gourmet Eggheads 6.30 QI 7.00 ABC 6.00 Na onal news 6.00 Seven News 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful News 7.30 7.30 (SA) 6.30 A Current Aﬀair 6.30 Today Tonight 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.00 Catalyst 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.00 Home And Away 6.00 Family Feud 8.30 The Time of Our Lives 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 2014 AFL Season (Live) 6.30 The Project 9.30 The Men Who Made 9.40 The Thursday Movie Fremantle v Carlton 7.30 The Bachelor Us Spend The Hangover 2 (MA) 11.00 T.B.A. 8.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. 10.20 Lateline 12.00 Cougar Town 9.30 Commonwealth Games 11.40 The Footy Show (NRL) 10.55 The Business 12.30 Harry’s Prac ce 11.20 Stephen Fry on Wagner Day 8: Road cycling, mens 1.30 All Australian News 1.00 Home Shopping 12.20 Movie: The Ugly hockey, gymnas cs finals, 2.30 Extra 3.00 Danoz 4.00 NBC Today American (M) weightli ing, wrestling, 3.30 Good Morning America 2.30 Football: WAFL 5.00 Sunrise Extra lawn bowls and diving. 7 MATE 5.30 Mythbusters 6.30 Seinfeld ELEVEN 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King of ONE HD 8.30 Commonwealth Games 7.30 Doomsday Preppers 8.30 Ta oo Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 - Encore 6.00 Commonwealth Games Nightmares 9.30 Bad Ink 10.30 Bizarre Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 - Live 9.30 Movie: True Jus ce: Payback ER 11.30 Sportsfan Clubhouse 12.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 8.00 Rules of (M) 11.30 Movie: Mansome (M) 12.15 Zoom TV 1.00 Movie: Mystery of the Engagement 9.00 Don’t Trust The B.... Blokesworld 12.45 Nascar Sprint Cup Crystal Skulls (PG) 9.30 Movie: Some Kind of Wonderful (M) Qualifying 2.15 Nascar Sprint Cup Replay
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TV GUIDE SUNDAY, AUGUST 3 TV GUIDE MONDAY, AUGUST 4
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 Fish Hooks The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Glasgow Live - Day 10 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Today 10.00 Financial Review Oﬀsiders 10.30 The World This 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 10.00 AFL Game Day Sun. 10.30 Wide World of Week 11.00 7.30 (SA) 11.30 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday 11.30 Footy Flashbacks Sports 11.30 The Sunday Footy Songs of Praise 12.00 Landline 10.00 The Bolt Report 1.00 SANFL 2014 Show (AFL) 1.00 Footy SA 1.00 Gardening Australia 1.30 11.00 The Talk North Adel v Norwood Compass 2.00 Father Brown 1.00 Movie: Tooth Fairy 2 1.30 Surfsport 4.00 2014 AFL Season (Live) 3.00 Parkinson 4.00 Big Ideas 2.30 Who Do You Think 3.00 Everyday Gourmet Collingwood v Arts 5.00 Midsomer Murders You Are? 4.00 The Bolt Report Encore Port Adelaide 6.30 Compass 7.00 ABC News 3.30 Endangered 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 5.20 Seven News 7.30 The Checkout 4.30 Building Ideas 6.00 Bondi Rescue 5.40 2014 AFL Season (Live) 5.00 News: First At Five 6.30 50 Years Young 7.40 Grand Designs Collingwood v 5.30 South Aussie with Cosi 8.30 Extant 8.30 Silent Witness Port Adelaide 9.30 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Na onal News 9.30 The Tunnell 7.00 T.B.A. 10.20 Broadchurch Badminton finals, squash, 6.30 The Block Glasshouse 10.00 Castle 11.10 Adam Hills: Inflatable cycling (men’s road race), 7.40 The Voice Kids 12.00 V8 Supercars Highlights 9.10 60 Minutes 12.05 Sco & Bailey netball final Ipswich 300 10.10 The Mentalist 12.55 Movie: The Great 2.00 Home Shopping 1.00 Royal Pains 11.10 CSI Gatsby (M) 4.00 Life Today with James 2.00 Home Shopping 12.00 Financial Review Sunday 3.15 The Tunnel Robison 3.00 NBC Today 12.30 What Would You Do? 4.00 The New Inventors 4.30 Home Shopping 7 MATE 1.30 V8 Supercars: Ipswich 300 ELEVEN 2.30 Neighbours 5.00 Britain & ONE HD 8.30 Commonwealth Games 5.30 Mythbusters 7.30 Movie: Johnny Ireland’s Next Top Model 6.00 Raymond - Encore 6.00 Commonwealth Games English Reborn (PG) 9.30 Movie: Hot 6.30 The Simpsons 7.00 Futurama 7.30 - Live 11.00 48 Hours 12.00 Sleeper Cell Fuzz (MA) 12.00 Gaelic Football: Quarter The Simpsons 8.30 Movie: Don’t Be 1.10 Flip Men 1.40 Hook, Line & Sisters Final 2.00 Gaelic Football: Quarter Tinal Afraid of The Dark (M) 10.30 Movie: 2.10 American Digger 2.40 Omnisport 2.50 Spor ng Greats 4.00 Rugby 4.00 Disorderly Conduct Caught On Tape Wrong Turn 3: Le For Dead (AV15+)
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 1.00 Al Jazeera News 7.00 Weekend Sunrise The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Glasgow Live - Day 10 1.30 Designer People 10.00 AFL Game Day Today 10.00 Financial Review 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday 2.00 Speedweek 11.30 T.B.A. Sun. 10.30 Wide World of 10.00 The Bolt Report 4.00 Fim Superbike World 1.30 Footy Flashbacks Sports 11.30 The Sunday Footy 11.00 The Talk Championship 3.00 2014 AFL Season Show (AFL) 1.00 TAC Cup: 1.00 The A ernoon Movie 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial Hawthorn v Western Future Stars Tooth Fairy 2 (G) 5.00 Subaru World of Cycling Bulldogs 3.00 Everyday Gourmet 2.00 Surfsport 5.30 Who Do You Think 6.00 Seven News 4.00 The Bolt Report Encore 3.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 6.30 T.B.A. 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News You Are? 6.30 SBS World News 10.00 Castle 6.00 Bondi Rescue 4.00 Endangered 7.30 Alexander’s Lost World *Double Episode* 6.30 50 Years Young 5.00 News: First At Five 8.30 Secrets of The Va can 12.00 Seven’s V8 Supercars 8.30 Extant 5.30 Postcards 10.05 Good Italy, Bad Italy: Highlights 9.30 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Na onal News Girlfriend In A Coma Ipswich 300 Badminton finals, squash, 6.30 The Block Glasshouse 11.50 Movie: Coco Chanel and cycling (men’s road race), 7.40 The Voice Kids Catch up on all the Ivor Stravinsky (MA) 9.10 60 Minutes netball final. ac on from today’s fierce 2.00 Movie: Forever 10.10 The Mentalist compe on as the V8’s 2.30 Home Shopping Enthralled (PG) 11.10 CSI: Crime Scene hit Ipswich. 4.00 Life Today with James 4.35 Des na on Flavour Inves ga on Robison 1.00 Home Shopping Bitesize 12.00 Financial Review Sunday 4.30 CBS This Morning 5.30 Seven Early News GO 5.00 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc. 6.00 GEM 1.30 Getaway 2.00 Sunday Footy 7 TWO 4.30 Home And Away Catch-Up T.B.A. 7.30 Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year Show (NRL) 4.00 Sunday Football: 6.30 The Vicar of Dibley 7.30 Fawlty South America 8.30 The Big Bang Theory Rabbitohs v Knights 6.00 Customs 6.30 Towers 8.50 Escape To The Country 9.30 T.B.A. 12.30 Fringe 1.30 Oh Sit! 2.30 Absolutely Fabulous 7.50 Blackadder 10.50 Homes Under The Hammer 12.00 The Originals 3.30 The Originals 4.30 Goes forth 8.50 Movie: Rules of Hairy Bikers USA 12.30 The Bill 2.30 The Robocar Poli 4.50 Winx Club Engagement (M) 11.25 Absol. Fabulous Australians 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 9.00 The Morning Show Closing Ceremony (Live) 9.30 Mornings ABC News Mornings 10.00 11.00 Na onal News 11.30 Seven News 7.30 Bold & The Beau ful 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 Studio 10 1.00 Alive And Cooking Passion: Sleepwalker 11.00 Bondi Vet 2.00 Kitchen Cabinet 2.30 Trac1.30 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on 12.00 Dr Phil tor Monkeys 3.00 Last Of The 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 3.00 The Chase 1.00 The Doctors Summer Wine 3.30 Midsomer 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 2.00 Jamie Does Murders 5.00 ABC News 5.30 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal or No Deal 3.00 Judge Judy The Drum 6.00 Eggheads 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 QI 6.00 Na onal news 6.00 Seven News 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 7.00 ABC News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 6.30 Today Tonight 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.30 7.30 (SA) 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.00 Home And Away 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.00 Australian Story 8.40 T.B.A. 7.30 T.B.A. 6.00 Family Feud 8.30 Four Corners 10.40 Footy Classified 11.30 Talking Footy 6.30 The Project 9.20 Media Watch 11.40 Extra 12.30 Parks and Recrea on 7.30 David A enborough’s 9.35 Q&A 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Home Shopping Natural Curiosi es 10.35 Lateline 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 3.30 Sons And Daughters 8.30 Have You Been Paying 11.10 The Business 1.30 T.B.A. 4.00 NBC Today A en on? 11.35 The Iraq War 2.30 Extra 5.00 Sunrise Extra 9.30 T.B.A. 12.35 Windrider 3.00 Danoz 5.30 Seven Early News 10.30 Blue Bloods 2.05 Film: Lost Squadron (PG) 7 MATE 6.30 Seinfeld 7.30 Talking ELEVEN 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King of ONE HD 8.00 Commonwealth Games Footy 8.30 Pawn Stars 9.30 American Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 - Encore 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Restora on 11.00 Hardcore Pawn 11.30 Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 Garage Gold 8.00 Undercover Boss 9.00 SportsFan Clubhouse 12.30 Repo Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 8.00 The An Idiot Abroad 10.00 Hell’s Kitchen Games 1.30 Disorderly Conduct Caught Simpsons 8.30 Witches of East End 9.30 12.00 Nascar Sprint Cup (Delayed) Race on Tape 2.30 Opera on Repo Torchwood 10.35 Dexter 21 @ Pocono 4.30 Omnisport
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Sunrise 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Commonwealth Games 6.00 Today 9.00 The Morning Show 1.00 Clash of The Dinosaurs Closing Ceremony (Live) 9.30 Mornings 11.30 Seven News 2.00 Are You My Mother? 8.00 Studio 10 11.00 Na onal News 12.00 Movie: Crimes of 3.00 France 24 News 11.00 Bondi Vet 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Passion: Sleepwalker 3.30 Al Jazeera News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The People’s Court 2.00 The Daily Edi on 4.00 The Journal 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Extra 3.00 The Chase 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 2.00 Jamie Does 2.30 Alive And Cooking 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 A Year At Kew 3.00 Judge Judy 3.00 Na onal News Now 5.00 Deal or No Deal 5.30 Global Village 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 4.15 Na onal News 6.00 Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Seven News 6.30 SBS World News 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 6.00 WIN News 7.30 James May’s Toy Stories 7.00 Home And Away 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.30 T.B.A. 8.30 Don’t Worry, Be Happy 6.00 Family Feud 8.40 T.B.A. 8.30 T.B.A. 9.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 6.30 The Project 10.40 Footy Classified 11.30 Talking Footy 10.25 SBS World News Late 7.30 David A enborough’s 11.40 Extra 12.30 Parks and Recrea on 11.00 Clown Natural Curiosi es 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Home Shopping 11.30 Shorts On Screen 8.30 Have You Been Paying 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 12.10 Movie: White Night (M) 5.30 Seven Early News A en on? 1.30 T.B.A. 1.50 James May’s Man Lab 9.30 T.B.A. 2.30 Extra Latest news, sport and 2.50 Freddie Flintoﬀ Versus 10.30 Blue Bloods 3.00 Danoz weather from Australia The World 11.30 The Project Encore 3.30 Good Morning America and around the world. GO 5.00 Thundercats 5.30 The Looney GEM 4.30 Ellen 5.30 The People’s Court 7 TWO 5.00 Shortland Street 5.30 Tunes Show 5.30 Regular Show 6.30 6.30 Friends 7.30 A Current Aﬀair 8.00 Homes Under The Hammer 6.30 Bargain Adventure Time 7.00 The Big Bang RBT 8.30 Movie: Copycat (M) 11.00 Hunt 7.30 Ci es of The Underworld Theory 7.30 T.B.A. 8.00 Top Gear 9.30 Aircrash Confiden al 12.00 Footy 8.30 Foyle’s War 10.45 Waking The T.B.A. 12.30 Top Gear 2.00 TMZ Live 3.30 Classified 1.00 Dangerman 2.00 Home Dead 11.50 Murder In Mind 1.00 The Extra 4.00 Power Rangers Megaforce Shopping 4.30 Joyce Meyer Australians 2.00 Homicide
SEVEN SA 2014 AFL Season Thursday, 7.30pm (Live) Fremantle v Carlton The Blues trek to Perth to ba le Fremantle having won the last two clashes there. Can Ross Lyon’s Dockers buck the trend on their quest for a top four spot?
SBS ONE Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year South America Tuesday, 8.40pm In the series final the boys recount their latest escapades from the Bueno Aires Bar. This week the guys take on the mighty Amazone River for an epic 42 km marathon and there is some more cultural ea ng on the menu.
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TV GUIDE TUESDAY, AUGUST 5 TV GUIDE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Today 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 9.30 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 7.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 11.30 Seven News Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & The 11.00 Na onal News Time Team 11.00 Four Corners 12.00 The Midday Movie Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 11.45 Media Watch 12.00 ABC Because I Said So (M) Studio 10 11.00 A Taste of Travel 1.00 Alive And Cooking News 1.00 Q&A 2.00 Kitchen 1.30 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on 11.30 Lorraine Pascale: Baking Cabinet 2.30 Tractor Monkeys 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 3.00 The Chase Made Easy 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 3.00 Last of The Summer Wine 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 The Doctors 3.30 Midsomer Murders 5.00 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal or No Deal ABC News 5.30 The Drum 6.00 2.00 Jamie Does 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute Eggheads 6.30 QI 3.00 Judge Judy 6.00 Na onal news 6.00 Seven News 7.00 ABC News 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 6.30 Today Tonight 7.30 7.30 (SA) 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.00 Home And Away 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.40 Hamish & Andy’s Gap 7.30 T.B.A. 8.30 Life At 9 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News Year South America 8.30 Winners & Losers 9.30 At The Movies 6.00 Family Feud 9.40 Arrow 9.30 Chicago Fire 10.00 The Book Club 6.30 The Project 10.30 Arrow 11.30 Men At Work 10.30 Lateline 7.30 Save With Jamie 11.30 Extra 12.00 Happy Endings 11.05 The Business 8.30 Under The Dome 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Home Shopping 11.30 Four Corners 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 4.00 NBC Today 12.15 Media Watch 11.30 The Project Encore 1.30 20/20 5.00 Sunrise Extra 12.30 Stone 12.30 The Late Show 7 MATE 5.30 Mythbusters 6.30 Seinfeld ELEVEN 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King of ONE HD 4.00 Get Smart 5.00 I Fish 7.30 Guinness World Records Gone Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.00 Cops Wild 8.30 World’s Craziest Fools 9.00 Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 7.30 David A enborough’s The Life of American Dad 9.30 Family Guy 10.00 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 7.30 Rules Mammals 9.30 48 Hours 10.30 Movie: Kinne 10.30 Family Guy 11.30 American of Engagement 8.30 New Girl 9.00 Snog The Crew (AV) 1.05 Bellator MMA 2.45 Dad 12.00 Eastbound & Down Marry Avoid? 9.40 Sex And The City Omnisport 3.00 Tudor Sportscar Ch’ship
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Today 1.00 Andre Rieu: Magic Of 9.00 The Morning Show 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 7.00 9.00 Mornings The musicals 11.30 Seven News Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & The 11.00 Na onal News 2.40 Mister Rococo 12.00 The Midday Movie Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 3.00 France 24 News Because I Said So (M) Studio 10 11.00 A Taste of Travel 1.00 The People’s Court 3.30 Al Jazeera News 2.00 The Daily Edi on 11.30 Lorraine Pascale: Baking 2.00 Extra 4.00 The Journal 3.00 The Chase Made Easy 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 2.30 Alive And Cooking 4.30 PBS Newshour 4.00 Seven News at 4 The Doctors 3.00 Na onal News Now 5.30 Global Village 5.00 Deal or No Deal 4.15 Na onal News 2.00 Jamie Does 6.00 Food Safari 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 5.30 Hot Seat 3.00 Judge Judy 6.30 SBS World News 6.00 Seven News 6.00 WIN News 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 7.30 Who Do You Think 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 4.00 Everyday Gourmet You Are? 7.30 T.B.A. 8.40 Hamish & Andy’s Gap 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.30 Insight 8.30 Winners & Losers Year South America 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 9.30 Dateline 9.30 Chicago Fire 9.40 Arrow 6.00 Family Feud 10.30 SBS World News Late *Double Episode* 10.40 Arrow 6.30 The Project 11.00 New Worlds 11.30 Men At Work 11.30 Extra 7.30 Save With Jamie 12.00 Inside Japan’s Nuclear 12.00 Happy Endings 12.00 All Australian News 8.30 Under The Dome Meltdown 12.30 Home Shopping 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 1.00 Movie: Lady Jane (PG) 5.30 Seven Early News 1.30 20/20 11.30 The Project Encore 4.50 Adbc Bitesize 2.30 Extra From Australia & the world. 12.30 The Late Show GO 5.00 Thundercats 5.30 Looney Tunes GEM 4.30 Ellen 5.30 The People’s Court 7 TWO 5.00 Shortland Street 5.30 Show 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure 6.30 Friends 7.30 A Current Aﬀair 8.00 Homes Under The Hammer 6.30 Bargain Time 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Poirot 9.10 Midsomer Murders 11.20 Hunt 7.30 Life A er People 8.30 Air Top Gear 9.00 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 Absolutely Fabulous 12.30 Adventures in Crash Inves ga ons 10.40 Seconds From T.B.A. 11.30 The Originals 1.00 Nikita Rainbow Country 1.00 Dangerman 2.00 Disaster 11.40 When Weather Changed 2.00 TMZ Live 3.30 Extra Home Shopping 4.30 Joyce Meyer history 12.45 Bargain Hunt
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SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Today 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 10.00 Country House Rescue 9.30 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 7.00 11.00 One Plus One 11.30 11.30 Seven News Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & The 11.00 Na onal News Foreign Correspondent 12.00 12.00 T.B.A. Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show ABC News 12.30 Nat. Press Club 1.00 Alive And Cooking 2.00 The Daily Edi on Studio 10 11.00 T.B.A. 12.00 Dr Address 1.30 Wild Life At The 1.30 Extra 3.00 The Chase Phil 1.00 The Doctors Zoo 2.00 Kitchen Cabinet 2.30 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 4.00 Seven News at 4 Tractor Monkeys 3.00 Last of 2.00 Jamie Does 3.00 Na onal News Now 5.00 Deal or No Deal The Summer Wine 3.30 Mid3.00 Judge Judy 4.15 Na onal News 5.30 Million Dollar Minute somer Murders 5.00 ABC News 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Seven News 5.30 The Drum 6.00 Eggheads 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 Na onal news 6.30 Today Tonight 6.30 QI 7.00 ABC News 7.30 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 (SA) 8.00 QI 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.30 Highway Patrol 6.00 Family Feud 8.30 Head First 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 8.00 The Force 6.30 The Project 9.30 For The Love of Cars 9.40 T.B.A. 8.30 Criminal Minds 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 10.20 Lateline 11.40 Extra 10.30 Mo ve 8.45 Oﬀspring 10.55 The Business 12.00 All Australian News 11.30 Men At Work 9.45 T.B.A. 11.20 Agony Uncles 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 12.00 The Mindy Project 10.45 Wonderland 11.50 The Hour 1.00 Home Shopping 12.45 The Late Show 1.30 Who Gets The Last Laugh? 12.50 Addicted To Money: 3.30 Sons And Daughters 2.00 Home Shopping Who Killed The Economy? 2.00 Extra 4.00 NBC Today 4.00 Life Today 2.30 Danoz 1.45 From The Ashes ELEVEN 5.00 Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 7 MATE 5.00 Horsepower TV 5.30 ONE HD 5.00 I Fish 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 T.B.A. 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond Mythbusters 6.30 Seinfeld 7.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 White Collar 8.30 Crisis 7.30 The Simpsons 8.00 Futurama 8.30 Pawn Stars 8.30 Hardcore Pawn 9.30 9.30 Burn No ce10.30 The Killing 11.30 American Pickers 11.30 Rude Tube 12.00 The Simpsons 9.00 Futurama 9.30 The Trollied 12.00 Flip Men 12.30 Garage Disorderly Conduct Caught On Tape 1.00 Simpsons 10.30 Bob’s Burgers 11.00 Gold 1.00 Hook, Line & Sisters 1.30 Cheers 11.30 The Late Show Scare Tac cs 1.30 Dream Car Garage American Digger 2.00 Python Hunters
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Sunrise 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Today 9.00 The Morning Show 1.00 Insight 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 7.00 9.00 Mornings 11.30 Seven News 2.00 Dateline Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & The 11.00 Na onal News 12.00 T.B.A. 3.00 France 24 News Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.30 Al Jazeera News Studio 10 11.00 T.B.A. 12.00 Dr 1.00 The People’s Court 3.00 The Chase 4.00 The Journal Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Extra 4.00 Seven News at 4 4.30 PBS Newshour 2.30 Alive And Cooking 2.00 Jamie Does 5.00 Deal or No Deal 5.30 Global Village 3.00 Na onal News Now 3.00 Judge Judy 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 6.00 Des na on Flavour 4.15 Na onal News 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Seven News 6.30 SBS World News 5.30 Hot Seat 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 7.30 Wild Arabia - Sand Wind 7.00 Home And Away 6.00 WIN News 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.30 Highway Patrol and Stars 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.00 The Force - Behind 8.30 24 Hours In Emergency 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 6.00 Family Feud The Line - Twilight 9.40 T.B.A. 6.30 The Project 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 Borgen 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 11.40 Extra *New Double Episode* 8.45 Oﬀspring 10.35 SBS World News Late 12.00 All Australian News 10.30 Mo ve 11.05 Movie: Presumed 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 9.45 T.B.A. 11.30 Men At Work Guilty (M) 10.45 Wonderland 1.30 Who Gets The Last Laugh? 12.00 The Mindy Project 1.00 Movie: Reprise (MA) 12.45 The Late Show 2.00 Extra 2.55 Movie: I’m A Cyborg But 12.30 Home Shopping 2.00 Infomercial 2.30 Danoz 5.30 Seven Early News That’s Ok (M) 4.00 Life Today 3.30 Good Morning America 7 TWO 5.00 Shortland Street 5.30 GO 5.00 Thundercats 5.30 Looney Tunes GEM 4.00 Alive & Cooking 4.30 Ellen Homes Under The Hammer 6.30 Bargain Show 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure 5.30 The People’s Court 6.30 Friends 7.30 A Current Aﬀair 8.00 Rapid Hunt 7.30 Rosemary & Thyme 8.30 Lewis Time 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Response 8.30 RPA 9.30 Chubby Chasers 10.30 Waking The Dead 11.40 The Bill Auc on Hunters 8.30 The Big Bang 12.45 Bargain Hunt 2.00 Home Shopping Theory 9.30 T.B.A. 12.00 Auc on Hunters 10.30 Embarrassing Bodies 11.30 Hoarding: Buried Alive 12.30 Friends 3.30 Sons and Daughters 4.00 Dr Oz 1.00 Nikita 2.00 TMZ Live 3.00 TMZ
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TEN SA Blue Bloods Monday, 10.30pm Danny and Baez’s latest inves ga on involved a woman whose body was dumped a er plas c surgery. Frank asks Jamie to examine a cold case while Erin decides to try speed da ng.
ABC 1 Head First: The Orphan Business Wednesday, 8.30pm In the twisted world of orphanage tourism in Cambodia, the desire of tourists to ‘help’ orphans means there’s a huge amount of money on oﬀer if you can start up an orphanage. And many Cambodians are doing just that: stocking them with children they rent, buy or borrow from poor parents.
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SE COUNTRY MUSIC, RSL Bowling club, Jubilee Highway east. “Hit & Miss” 2pm, 3rd August. 541 -----------------------------------------
ANGLICAN CHURCH, Railway Tce, Mt Gambier in shed. Saturday 9th August, 8.30 am. Set of 6 new outdoor chairs, antique chair, bedside drawers, tall boy, bike, mirror, crockery, glassware, garden tools, brica-brac & host of household items. 542 -----------------------------------------BILLIARD TABLES Slate base 8’ and 9’ from $800 to $1800 with new cloth including accessories. 0408 388 552. OL - 544
-----------------------------------------DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------GO KART ENGINE – 125 RL Leopard, 30 minute run in time only from rebuild, complete with wiring loom, radiator, etc. $1600 ono. Ph 0418 854 323 541 -----------------------------------------LAWN MOWING Round - 50+ regular customers in Mount Gambier. Equipment included, profitable business - $20,000. Genuine enquiries only M: 0419 846 546. 541 ----------------------------------------SEA SKIPPER. 70HP Evinrude 4.76m 15’ 18” Full canopy, fish finder. 12 month registry. $6,000 ONO. Ph: 8725 7330. 545 -----------------------------------------
InternaƟonal Acco 510A V8 Petrol/Gas 31/2 Tonne 15 Ft Steel Stock Crate
$6300 Rego: UKX-141 Ph: 0419 032 795
100% Lo d cally Owned & Operate
Adelaide to South East Daily Phone 08 8762 0018
SENIOR CITIZEN wants to buy any old coins or any bank notes also any Australiana. Ph: 8723 4351. 545 -----------------------------------------SYD HILL 17in synthetic swinging fender stock saddle in new condition $400. Phone 0428 147 538. JI ------------------------------------------
Waste Transport & Recycling
BIN IT - Free drop off disposal of All metals, Vehicle batteries & White Goods. Not accepted, televisions, computers, fluro globes, office equipement, air conditioners, fridges or freezers. Monday - Friday 7.45am - 12.15pm & 1.30pm 3.30pm. Ph. 08 8724 8121. 235 Lake Tce East, Mt Gambier. www.binitwasterecycling.com.au ------------------------------------------
FREE TYRES – Lots of 3&4 bolted together to make a barrier. Free to pick up from Mt Gambier Karting Club. Ph 0407 600 722. 549 ------------------------------------------
HEALTH & BEAUTY
2007 MAZDA BT50, 195,700kms, very good condition, white, 5spd manual, 4-door, air conditioner, cruise, power steering. Excellent towing vehicle with electric brakes and heavy duty tow bar installed. Great heavy duty Mazda bullbar. Only selling due to no longer needing to tow and have bought a smaller car. $16,500 ONO, contact Sophie, 0411 349 352. R: XPN192 . OL - 543 ----------------------------------------FOR SALE 2002 Mitsubishi Magna TJ Commonwealth Games Edition 172000km Great First Car 0438 724 969 $5000. S498ANT. OL - 543 ----------------------------------------FOR SALE 2007 Ford Territory TX AWD. 145000km, Loads of Features. 0438 724 969 $12500. S499ANT. OL - 543 ----------------------------------------FORD FALCON XR6, 2007 model. Great condition, unique ‘dajuvu’ colour, tinted windows, service history, 123500 kms. Located Naracoorte. $12500 ono. Ph.0407 610 701. OL - 541 ----------------------------------------RALLY CAR OR SMALL CAR WANTED - Cheap, any age or condition. Ph 0417 285 163. 560 -----------------------------------------
PETS & LIVESTOCK
1/2 HOUR MASSAGE $10 new clients. Trish Palmer deep tissue massage Mount Gambier 0419751648. OL - 542 ------------------------------------------
DOG MINDING, only yours at one time. Friday – Monday, your place or mine. 0400 391 712 or 8725 7952 544 -----------------------------------------LABRADOR PUPS chocolate, cream, black. Vet checked, immunised, micro-chipped. $325.00 each. phone 03 271460 or 0408 591 332. 542 ------------------------------------------
STOCKING all your fiberglass repair items. Everything from resin to matting and fiberglass rollers, gel-coat, flo-coat and colour pigments. Come into 349 Commercial Street Mount Gambier or call 08 8726 5200 W ------------------------------------------
CEREMONIES TO SUIT YOU Anywhere in the South East. Ph Shayne McLean CMC 0457 168 324. 542 ---------------------------------------WEDDINGS YOUR WAY - Ph Elizabeth Lill CMC 08 8738 7275 for marriage and other ceremonies. 542 ------------------------------------------
PRINT AND DESIGN - From A6 to A1, from 1 to 1000 pages, from business cards to magazines. Talk to the Lifestyle1 team 08 8724 7111. F -----------------------------------------
MORE THAN JUST GOOD SPORTS. Ph 08 8725 7582. 16 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. 536 ------------------------------------------
YOUR LOCAL EXPERTS. For All Your Sporting Needs Ph 08 8725 1004 42 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. 536 ------------------------------------------
Tarpeena Market Tarpeena Memorial Hall Up to 20 indoor stalls
Proceeds to Ronald McDonald House Adelaide
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72 George Street, Millicent. Phone 08 8733 2017
S.E BATTERY SERVICE STOCKISTS FOR ALL YOUR BATTERY NEEDS!
(parking at the rear of the hotel)
Ph 08 8725 9911 120 Penola Rd. Mount Gambier
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love the finer things in life... ...you won’t be able to live without Finer Details! If you
37 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier Phone/Fax 08 8725 3011
ALL TREES ALL STUMPS Tree Lopping & Stump Removal Specialist
(4.2m x 22m)
High visable shop located at 89 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier Ph: 0419 872 503 for details
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TRADES & SERVICES
BECK’S ANTENNAS Beck’s Antennas - installations, digital and repairs. Phone 0427 183 047 or AH 8725 6219. Call today!! ---------------------------------------METALCYCLE. Buying all types of scrap metal. Locally owned, bins and pick up service available. 19 Avey Rd Mt Gambier. Phone 08 8723 2523. -----------------------------------------PAY-LESS LAWN MOWING Front & Back. From between $25 - 30. Call Paul 0437 812 115. -----------------------------------------SE Battery Service Pty Ltd South East Mobility Equipment South East Sustainable Energy Call into your licorice all sorts store We have it all! 120 Penola Road, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8725 9911 W -----------------------------------------546
OL - 543
STAR DRESSING ROOM Vintage fashionistas and collectors - Shop here for beautiful authentic garments from bygone decades. By appointment only. Phone: 0438 466 342. On Facebook. 542 ------------------------------------------
CARAVAN STOCK. Due to recent sales we’ve depleted our used caravan stock. If you’ve finished with your caravan why not speak to the caravan professionals at Donehue’s Leisure about turning your caravan into cash. Phone Dee in Mt Gambier on 08 8725 2826 or Shane in Hamilton on 03 5571 1033. DU ----------------------------------------FOX SKINS. Top export prices. Ph. 8725 5474. Mobile 0498 086 059. 542 ----------------------------------------HOOKAH DIVE set up, working cond, well maintained, supply 2 divers, will travel. Mobile 0408 974 444 anytime. 542 -----------------------------------------
WEBSITE CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN - Lifestyle1 has been producing websites for 5 years. For an obligation free quote contact the Lifestyle1 team on 08 8724 7111. F ------------------------------------------
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CENTRAL furnished, 2 bedroom flat, car park, $135 a week. Beachfront, Port MacDonnell. 0400 391 712 or 8725 7952. 544 ----------------------------------------FOR RENT short/long term rental. Mount Gambier venue, wedding, functions, seminars. Ph: 0418 838 684 or 8725 7952. 544 ----------------------------------------WOOLLEN MILLS rental - Central Mt Gambier location. Many varied spaces available - offices, workshops, garage/ storage etc. Call Jim 08 8725 3617 or Ken 08 8723 8802. 552 -----------------------------------------
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Jubilee Hwy West, Mount Gambier. Phone 08 8725 8913 or Rory 0419 031 883 $9,950
V6 2009 HOLDEN COLORADO DUAL CAB
2008 HOLDEN VE COMMODORE
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CHOICE OF 2 2005 NISSAN XTRAIL
7 SEATER MITSUBISHI NIMBUS WAGON
DUAL FUEL 2003 MITSUBISHI TJ MAGNA
LT Sport model, Auto, dual fuel, p/windows. TLL595
Auto, 120,000kms, dual airbags.
7 seater, auto, 4 cylinder, a/c, p/s.
Dual fuel, auto. S726-AYX
V8 2005 HOLDEN WL STATESMAN
ONE OWNER 2009 TOYOTA HIACE LWB VAN
AUTO 2003 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER LIMITED
8 SEATER 2003 TOYOTA TARAGO
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3.0 litre D4D turbo diesel, 82,000kms. S322AEU
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2004 TOYOTA COROLLA SEDAN Auto. UUT-405. $7,450
1995 RANGE ROVER V8 auto. 682115. $1,400
POP-TOP 1978 SUNDOWN FLIPPER
4 AIRBAGS 2007 FORD ESCAPE XLT
Poptop, tidy great value van, tows well.
Cruise, ABS, auto, 4 cylinder, 4 new tyres. XSJ-127
CRUISE HOLDEN VZ CREWMAN DUAL CAB
2010 HOLDEN VE WAGON Auto. XXM-256. $14,500
Cruise, ABS brakes. TWN-097
NISSAN PULSAR Q
TOP OF RANGE 2007 HOLDEN EPICA CDX
2007 NISSAN PATROL
2005 SAAB 9-3 SEDAN
Central locking, 163,000kms, a/c, p/s.
Auto, 83,000kms. UTO-922
Auto, 3.0 litre turbo diesel, 4x4, many extras fitted.
Auto, 75,000kms, leather trim. TVA-948
ONE OWNER 2007 JEEP COMPASS
MANUAL 2005 HOLDEN ASTRA ‘CD’
CHOICE OF 2 2010 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
AUTO 2002 TOYOTA CAMRY CSI SEDAN
110,000kms, 4 airbags, ABS, immaculate UTN-861
5 speed manual, dual airbags, 127,000kms TND238
One owner, auto, cruise, 8 airbags. DD416A
Auto, 154,000kms, 4 cylinder. WRR323 LVD 251298 E&EO
Specialising in truck & earthmoving repairs & hydraulic hoses for over 25 years
365 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier | Phone 08 8723 9169
> With over 20 years experience
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(08) 8723 5099 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Shed 3, 7 Blackwood Street, Mount Gambier SA
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Come and see Haydn for your next transmission service or repair
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Graham Road, Mount Gambier
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^Available new stock vehicles purchased between 1st July and 30th September 2014 and delivered by 31st October 2014. While stocks last. Not available to fleet, gov’t or rental buyers or with other offers. Volkswagen Group Australia reserves the right to change or extend the offer. Capped Price Servicing available at an extra cost and applies to the first 6 standard services of vehicle. Exclusions apply, see volkswagen.com.au. Volkswagen Group Australia reserves the right to modify or discontinue the Capped Price Servicing program. #Conditions apply, see volkswagen.com.au.