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LOCAL Investment in the future of forestry OneFortyOne Plantations is investing in the future of the Green Triangle forestry industry, awarding scholarships to assist two local students complete their studies. Local Southern Cross University students Keith Atkinson and Courtney Pink will receive $2500 each from OneFortyOne as part of this initiative. Mr Atkinson – a 2012 Bachelor of Forest Science and Management graduate and now honours student – began his study after 26 years working in the local forestry industry. He is employed as a forest maintenance worker at ForestrySA and has also worked part time in its research department, which is what inspired him to gain a formal forestry education. Ms Pink is a 22 year old born and educated Mount Gambier woman who is currently working locally as a forester with Timberlands Pacific. She has combined this work with her forestry study for the past five years and is now in the final stages of her Bachelor of Forest Science and Management degree. OneFortyOne Plantations chief operating officer Owen Trumper said the education grants were a way for his business to support the communities in which OneFortyOne Plantations operates in. “Supporting forest research and students investing their future in our industry is important. Both Keith and Courtney have committed themselves to improving themselves and through their work improving our industry. We are proud to be supporting both of them in their endeavours,” Mr Trumper said. Southern Cross
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University’s Diana Lloyd said she was pleased to see OneFortyOne Plantations supporting local students in their forestry studies. “The two recipients are great examples of the opportunities that there are in the forestry sector in this region,” Ms Lloyd said. Mr Atkinson said he was grateful for the opportunity to increase his industry credentials by way of an honours degree in forestry and thanked OneFortyOne Plantations and his fellow forestry students for their support. Ms Pink said she had accumulated a HECS debt and other expenses throughout the duration of her studies and the scholarship would provide substantial assistance.
Above - OneFortyOne Plantations Chief Operating Officer Owen Trumper (right) with inaugural forestry scholarship recipients Keith Atkinson and Courtney Pink and Southern Cross University’s Diana Lloyd. Photograph courtesy of OneFortyOne Plantations.
With only three weeks until the 45th Australian Indoor Bias Bowls National Championships, the Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association has given financial assistance to four of its junior player who are competing in the National Championships, which are being held here at the Icehouse. Two of the local contingent are very familiar with national championships and the other two will be playing for the first time. Zac Pearson will be representing South Australia for his sixth time and playing Junior Boys Singles for the last time, as he will have to move to the senior level next year. Zac will be the SA1 team and will have Aaron Hawke from Broken Hill playing in the SA2 team. Zac was a part of the State Men’s Pairs winners this year and finished fifth last year in Toowoomba and hopes to finish in the top three this year. Keisha Pearson will compete for her fourth year playing as the SA1 team, having great form from just winning the Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association Ladies Singles and Champion of Champions. She hopes to carry that form to the week
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of the nationals. Finishing just out of the placings last year she hopes she can go one step closer in her home town. Emma Knight will be the SA2 team player, only starting to play the game last year. She has moved up to the highest level very quickly, has a great natural ability for the game and will be a great player in years to come. With Keisha being her mentor for the week Emma is hoping to gain valuable experience. Chris Sylvester has been asked to play for New South Wales - as the NSW team was short of a junior boy - a request he did not knock back. Chris has been playing the game for three years and was runner up in the MGDIBA junior singles this year and hopes to represent the NSW2 team well. This will be once again an great experience for Chris at the highest level for the juniors and he will have a week of Indoor Bowls that he won’t forget.
Above - National Junior Singles Players (from left) - Chris Sylvester, Zac Pearson, President MGDIBA Andrew Simpson, Keisha Pearson, Emma Knight.
Mount Gambier Golf Club has been selected as the host club for Golf SA Women’s 71st Country Week event next year. This is a State Event with low handicap golfers competing at the silver meeting from July 20-24. Top lady golfers in the State will have the opportunity to play at the Mount Gambier Golf Club, one of the best regional courses in the State. This is an 18hole, Par 73 course offering attractive fairways and well-manicured greens. In previous years this event has been attended by more than 100 golfers from across South Australia. Mt Gambier Golf Club committee is delighted to have been selected by Golf SA to hold this prestigious event. This committee will be working together to provide the course in excellent condition and top facilities are available for all visitors. This meeting will comprise of a 36 hole stroke event over two days, followed by a foursomes event on the last day. A presentation dinner will be held at the club on the Wednesday night showcasing local produce and wines. This is a great opportunity to show the visitors the Limestone Coast region with benefits in boosting the economy through accommodation, restaurants, wineries and tourist attractions. Any local businesses wishing to become a sponsor of this event can express their interest by contacting the Mt Gambier Golf Club on (08)8725 7739 or email Paul Mullen at paul@mtgambiergc. com.au Tourist information as well as Mt Gambier Golf Club details have been distributed in Wallaroo where they have recently played the 70th country week women’s silver event. Further information regarding this event can be accessed by the website pagewww.golfsa.com.au
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LOCAL Making their own luck Present Kym Sutherland with a problem and invariably he will solve it. And when it all comes down to it, that is what his successful family business - Beachport Liquid Minerals – a solution to a problem. “Being on the land myself and having concerns over the costs of supplements and the suitability of the supplements available for cattle, I just thought there had to be a better way,” he said. With four decades of experience in the livestock industry, there was no doubting Kym knew what farmers wanted and needed and what would best suit cattle and sheep. He catalogued just what he had observed and learned from years of property management of dry land grazing and intensive cell grazing properties, as well as his first hand knowledge of breeding programs, artificial insemination and animal nutrition through consulting roles. Then came the product development. “I am a firm believer when you don’t know something, employ people that do know,” Kym said. “I’ve
surrounded myself with people that know about their areas of expertise than I have.” Kym’s simple approach has seen him build a hugely successful business that sees him and wife Chris on the road for eight months of the year, visiting long standing and potentially new clients nationwide. “90 percent of our business is in the top end of Australia,” Kym said. “It is proof that if you make something people need it doesn’t matter where you are based, you will attract customers.” And what they make is cost effective, tailor made mineral supplements that since hitting the market in February 2006 have taken the livestock market by storm. “We make our products to suit the region and even the individual property,” Kym said. That’s why he and Chris spend so much time on the road. Beachport Liquid Minerals was a company built on wanting to develop the most effective, easy to administer mineral supplement through harnessing personal experience of both Kym’s time on the land and his role as a consultant, where he spoke to those on the land every day. “It is one of the foundations of the business – listening to clients and providing what they want,” he said. “We never forget that the only reason our company is successful is because of our customers.” Beachport Liquid Minerals is not just a business success story but an innovation success story that continues the theme of Kym wanting to keep things simple. “You do have to think outside the square,” Kym said. “So we had this idea to go away from supplement blocks and produce a liquid and that has given farmers versatility.” It means the mineral supplement can be
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mixed with feed, given orally or dispensed in the livestock’s water supply. After only a year in business, Beachport Liquid Minerals was honoured for that innovation with a SA Great Regional Award in the innovation category. And the innovation and business success awards have continued to come the way of the family run operation. In 2010, the business was a finalist in two categories in the Australian Small Business Champion Awards – agribusiness and business growth – and in 2012 it was one of only three businesses to be recognised in South Australia with a Westpac National Business Innovator Award.
As with all business success stories, it normally starts with just how hard it is to secure finance to establish your idea. “It’s such a big thing to go into a bank with an idea, telling them you want to make a product to send all over Australia,” Chris said. “It is definitely not the easiest thing to get off the ground – it certainly doesn’t happen overnight.” Read the full story on Beachport Minerals in the current issue of Southern Life.
LOCAL Bon apettit Jane Paech has lived in New York and Paris – two of the most famous cities in the world – but in the end, it was her childhood on the family farm at Hynam, near Naracoorte, that shaped her the most. And while her time in Paris especially allowed her to indulge her two great passions – food and writing – it was her early years on the farm that saw her develop an unwavering love and respect for fresh produce and creating beautiful dishes with that produce.“Pulling up vegetables straight from the ground, having the orchards,” Jane said. “I remember watching the big pots of apricot jam cooking on the stove – there were always cakes and biscuits and it was all about sharing meals. Food was all around you and you think that’s normal until you get out of that situation. My grandmother lived 100 yards away on the same property and I remember running between the two houses to see who had the best lunch or dinner.” So when it was time to start planning her future, you would think food would have been front and centre of her plans and she did apply to do hotel management but in the end she was accepted to nursing first and so she accepted and went off to Adelaide to train at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. That was when she was 17 and while she’s had her share of what if moments, it has been a case of all’s well that ends well. “Sometimes I did look back and regret that decision but I had a great time nursing,” Jane said. “Looking back now
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I probably think you eventually end up on the same path anyway, the one you are meant to be on, and eventually my love of food is what it’s all about.” Read the full story on Jane Paech in the current issue of Southern Life. Photo courtesy of Vincent Bourdon.
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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.
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.
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UP FOR A GAME OF GOLF? Spacious executive 3 year old family home, backing onto the picturesque Attamurra Golf Course. Gorgeous kitchen complimented by walk in pantry. Three living areas including separate lounge & rumpus room. Four bedrooms – spacious main with ensuite & walk in robe. Functional office located “within eye” from the kitchen. Three way main bathroom + walk in linen closet. Ducted r/c a/c & slow combustion heating. Single garage UMR + double colorbond garage with 3 phase power. Massive paved gabled pergola. Rainwater connected to house & garden. A very impressive home. In conj. with Gebhardts Real Estate.
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Simply stunning home, return verandah villa in Lakes location Rarely available for sale Renovated to the highest standard GENEROUS & AFFORDABLE Large brick home located close to primary school & shopping centre. Open plan lounge with gas heating/dine & kitchen. Kitchen has island bench & gas stove. Three bedrooms. Bathroom has separate shower & bath + separate toilet. Majority of large windows replaced to aluminum / double glazed. Garage at street level + separate large storeroom. Both approx. 9.5m x 3.5m plenty of room. Corner allotment (approx. 908m2) with good size rear yard.
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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.
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SOMEBODY LOVE ME Centrally located 3 bedroom 1920’s Bungalow. Large formal lounge with OFP, Spacious formal dine or 2nd living area with s/ c heating. Timber kitchen/ meals area with a d/washer, & new electric stove. Pressed tin ceilings. Tastefully renovated bathroom with a claw bath 2nd toilet. Lovely lush rear yard with a gazebo, extremely private & ideal for entertaining. Ducted g/heating through the floor ensures year round comfort. Original features like polished boards gorgeous leadlight windows & beautiful high ceilings.
5 Germein Court, Port MacDonnell $259,000
$240 Per week
IDEAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Licensed Restaurant with “sit down dining” capacity of 110. Uninterrupted views of the Southern Coast line. Showing excellent figures, reliable and team oriented staff. Standards, business procedures, database and website already in place. Flexible hours, no experience necessary. Freehold available. Enquiries welcome.
155 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
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.
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.
2B Clezy Cres
13 Jubilee Hwy West
RENTALS 3/102 Wehl St North 2
Avail 25.8.14 @ $190 p/wk
Avail 13.10.14 @ $210 p/wk
Avail now @ $220 p/wk
12/151 Commercial St West 2
Avail now @ $260 p/wk
6 Mark St 4
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Avail now @ $280 p/wk
Avail 6.9.14 @ $300 p/wk
Avail 9.9.14 @ $300 p/wk
96 Crouch St South Avail 1.9.14@ $350 p/wk 4
Avail 15.9.14 @ $280 p/wk
Avail now @ $285 p/wk
20 Marlow Crt 3
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39 Lindsay St 3
Avail now @ $250 p/wk
Avail 22.8.14 @ $255 p/wk
24/184 Jubilee Hwy West Avail now @ $270 p/wk 3
3002/7 Lake Tce West 3
2/8 Kurrajong St 2
17 Underwood Ave 3
Avail now @ $150 p/wk
2/31 Coolabah St
SEA FRONT OPPORTUNITY Rare opportunity to secure a good size allotment on the sea front at Port Mac. Approximately 784m2 with 19.8m frontage. Great views of the southern ocean. Older iron shed – good for storage. Build your dream seaside escape.
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
3/19 Davison St 3
Avail now @ $520 p/wk (fully furnished)
AUCTION 28th September 2014 @ 12pm OTP
AUCTION OTP (Bay Road) Wednseday 15th October 2014 @ 2pm
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1 Fimmell Court, Mount Gambier
14 Lemana Court, Mount Gambier
6 Derrington Street, Mount Gambier
W SE NE EA L RE
Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991 email@example.com
Al Lamond 0418 849 266 firstname.lastname@example.org
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OPEN 10.00 - 10.30 SAT
10.45 - 11.15 SAT
111.30 - 11.50 SAT
• 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
First home buyers or investors needn’t look any further than this magnificently renovated Mt Gambier stone home. Features include 4 bedrooms (2 with BIR’s), updated modern kitchen with elect. cooking, opening onto spacious dining/lounge with gas heating, plus sep. large family room with s/c wood heating. Outside features include rear yard access, secure private backyard with low maintenance gardens & huge as new pergola. The property offers plenty of secure car garaging, including 4 bay iron shed (with power, concrete, pit) & single car stone garage. Ideal asset for boat, caravan or car enthusiast. The large allotment of 1012m2 allows for plenty of space for the growing family, while being in a great central location. Inspection highly recommended.
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3 James Cook Avenue, Mount Gambier $225,000
• A lot of home for little price • Neat & tidy double storey home with 5BR, 2 Bath & 2 living areas close to TAFE, school & hospital • Double length carport with rear yard access to a double iron garage • Currently leased @ $240/week
193 Swaffers Road, Mount Schank
• 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. NBN
• 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
• 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.)
27 Elder Street, Mount Gambier
• Situated at the front of the complex, 2BR (with BIRs) on upper level & a sep bedroom/living with ensuite on lower level • Updated timber kitchen with s/s d/washer & elec cooking, open dining with r/c a/c, spacious lounge with elec heating • Outstanding views over the city, single garage UMR & low maintenance gardens • Leased at $200/wk until Feb 2015
• Superbly presented 4+ bedroom family home with huge storage UMR • Solid brick & tile home, large lounge with s/c heating & R/C a/conditioning, plus impressive blackwood timber kitchen with elec cooking & large dining area • Lower levels offer 2 living areas, large laundry with 2nd toilet (easy conv. to bathroom) plus huge secure storage areas
4 Perriam Street, 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
• Spacious solid brick family home located on the end of a cul-de-sac • 4 bedrooms plus dedicated study. • Large renovated bathroom, plus extra shower in laundry. • Big family room & striking timber kitchen with dishwasher. • Lock up workshop • Double carport UMR
• 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.
50 James Street, Mount Gambier
Unit 1/7A Hedley 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
7/18 Yeates Street, Mount Gambier
10 Hart Street, Mount Gambier $275,000
WE NE IC PR
• 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, ideal for entertaining all year round
14 Sim Street, Mount Gambier
• Solid brick & tile 3 bedroom family home with BIR’s in all bedrooms • Large lounge with gas heating, open kitchen/dining with electric cooking & r/c air cond. • Paved pergola, pop up sprinklers and rear yard access to enclosed yard. • Remote single garage UMR
2/1 Margaret Street, Mount Gambier $237,000
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4 SAT111.304- 12noon OPEN $255,000
37 Starline Place, Mount Gambier
MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE
83 Wireless Road, Mount Gambier
• 4 bedroom family home, located in a new subdivision. • 3 double bedrooms, master with WIR and en-suite (bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIRs), plus additional study or 4th 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 & rear yard access
• 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).
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4/90 Tollner Road, Mount Gambier $299,950
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• 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.
32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416 Find us on Facebook www.pandl.net.au Gail Richards
Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416 email@example.com
Tennis Court NBN NBN Available
144 Suttontown Road, Suttontown
Lot 51 Buck Road, Moorak $169,000
Owen Pettingill Licensed Agent
Lot 12 Nelson Road, Mount Gambier
W SE NE EA L RE
RLA 185 456
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House & Land • 2ha (5 acres) flat allotment with views to Mt. Schank. • Rare vacant building block in Moorak area. • Price includes 3 phase power connection • Opportunity to build your new dream home (S.T.C.A.). • Subject to boundary adjustment.
Packages available on any of our blocks for sale
Lot 65, 71, 72 Bruning Place, Mt Gambier
• Located halfway between the city & the sea with lovely rural views • Prime level allotment of 1363m2, ready for your new home • Situated amongst newly established homes • Ask us about House & Land packages available NBN
• Most affordable building allotments in Mt Gambier • Quiet cul-de-sac location • Elevated allotments with excellent views • All services connected, ring your builder today
Lot 73 & 74 Holloway Street, Donovans
Chuck Road, Bailey Road, Tarpeena
LAND 92 Orchard Road, Moorak
• Lovely stone family home located just minutes from Mount Gambier set on 3648m2 alloment. • Four bedrooms, main with ensuite & WIR, • Spacious lounge with s/c wood heating. • Renovated kitchen plus lovely deck overlooking the gardens. • Double car garage UMR plus numerous sheds, veggie garden and orchard. NBN
1 Ambrose Court, Worrolong $599,000
• Perfectly positioned on 1 Acre, with dual driveways, 40Sq executive family home • Magnificent floor plan includes 5BR, 3 Bath, 3 Living plus Huge Pergola • Sparkling solar heated pool alongside renovated 2 storey barn with BBQ area (providing a variety of uses)
LAND Lot 11 Kromelite Road, Glenburnie
7 Thompson Court, Moorak $375,000
W SE NE EA L RE
• Luxurious 2-storey family home with lovely rural ambience • Upper level - 4BR, including master with WIR & lavish ensuite • Lower level - stylish kitchen overlooking spacious open plan living & pergola, 3rd living & study • 5th BR or Guest room with ensuite • Huge dble garage UMR plus extra shedding for caravan or boat NBN 5 3 5
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
• Fantastic building allotment in the popular river township of Nelson with stunning outlook over the river & estuary • Easy walking distance to the kiosk, roadhouse, hotel & river • Survey and soil sampling reports available to purchaser • Arguably one of the best blocks in Nelson to build a holiday home or permanent residence
31 Avey Road, Mount Gambier
• Build your dream home on 50 Acres (S.T.C.A.) • Fenced into 3 main paddocks • Hay shed & cattle yards with ramp • Excellent horse or lifestyle block • Portion bitumen road frontage with power passing • Escape city life & start living a country lifestyle
• 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.)
LAND 56 Woodlands Road, Yahl 18 ES $799,000 - $829,000 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
80 Hillcrest Road, Glenburnie 85 ES R AC
117 Wynham Road, Moorak
20 ES R AC
• Impressive 5BR family home on 20 Acres with outstanding views • Builders own home offering 30+ squares of elegant living, boasting spacious rooms & quality fittings throughout • Just minutes from the city, the property is well designed for horse enthusiasts, including new stables, new shedding & horse arena NBN
11 Thompson Court, Moorak $525,000
• 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.).
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Lot 5 Kellet Street, Nelson
• 2 prime rural living allotments available • Excellent position close to school & football club • Bitumen road frontage, power & phone passing • Lot 5 - 2.0Ha $65,000 – Lot 6 - 4.0 Ha $105,000 • Build your new home and save on stamp duty
Located on the outskirts of the Tarpeena township. Established gum trees, quiet country setting. Section 88 Bailey Rd – 18.75 Acres $150,000 Windmill & tank. Power Passing. Section 81 Bailey Rd – 20 Acres $150,000 Two road access. Power Passing. Chuck Road – 10 Acres Choice of two, 10 acre block $100,000 ea Subject to council approval for LAND boundary adjustment
• Quiet cul-de-sac in Holloway Street, situated near the Glenelg river • Bitumen road frontage & power connected • Build your dream home or holiday retreat and relax by the river • Lot 71 1397m2 SOLD, Lot 72 1397m2 SOLD, Lot 73 1283m2 approx, Lot 74 1297m2 approx
Lot 5 & 6 Kirip Road, Glencoe
Starting from $45,000
• Ideal location for your new country life • Picturesque 2.5 Acre allotment on the outskirts of the Mount Gambier. • Price includes power connection • Build your dream home, minutes from the city, river & sea
25 Bryan Street, Allendale
• Build your dream home here. • 2428m2 allotment in the suttontown area. • Close to Suttontown Primary School & Mount Gambier Hospital • Services passing
• Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen NBN
Suite 2/14 Helen Street Mount Gambier SA 5290
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5 Cobblestone Court
Appealing in every way. A1 location, elevated and light filled with stunning city views. OPEN An affordable FRI opportunity in a tightly 5.00 - 5.30 held location.
8 Brownes Road
Appealing character home, close to schools and city centre. Light and modern feel thoughout, OPEN polished timber floors, SAT high ceilings and ducted heating. You’ll be impressed. 10.45 - 11.15
41 Heaver Drive
4 Daniel Street
2/8 Boomerang Avenue
Solid stone three bedroom home lovingly cared for & in popular Tenison location. Walk to school, OPEN close to shops & sporting complex. In conjunction SAT 9.15 - 9.45 with Miller, Whan & John.
3 Shadylyn Close
Exceptional family home, elevated allotment with stunning views of the Mount, ultra spacious classy living - Great area of the city - inspect ASAP!
28 Tweed Crescent
A beautiful courtyard home in a quiet culde-sac location - north facing - ideal for a OPEN retiree/first home owner SAT 11.00 - 11.30 or investor.
Stand alone private unit in fantastic location. Offers easy care living and appeal to home OPEN buyers and investors SAT alike. Often sought, 9.30 - 10.00 seldom found. Be quick!
4 Cherokee Court
4 Rotary Avenue
Premier location – edge of the Blue Lake. Surprisingly spacious and solid construction. Tastefully updated throughout with quality fittings. Inspection will not disappoint!
4/20A Wyatt Street
20 Murdie Street
Say goodbye to the landlord and hello to your first home! Great corner allotment opposite a reserve and close to schools and shops.
18 Balambool Avenue
Deceptively spacious and tastefully upgraded throughout. Loads of bedrooms and living areas, step inside OPEN and you will be pleasantly SAT surprised! Popular lakes 10.00 - 10.30 precinct.
23 Agnes Street
Spacious family home in popular Conroe Heights. Two large living areas four queen sized bedrooms, a well OPEN maintained home SAT loaded with extras, sure 11.30 - 12.00 to suit your needs.
3 Kalimna Crescent
$109,500 a Innercity block 378m2 (approx) Hard to find, north facing,Torrens title block in popular central location. Approx 378m2, surrounded by established homes. A short walk to Vansittart Park.
4/58 Suttontown Road
Beautifully maintained spacious unit in a lovely group of four complete with solar!
An excellent home if you are starting up, slowing down or you want to invest in an excellent rental OPEN property. Great cul-de-sac SAT location close to Market 10.15 - 10.45 place and all amenities.
13 Montebello Drive
Return verandah, federation style in desirable location. Solid construction & offers quality and space throughout. A great entertainer with loads to offer a growing family.
22 Tumut Drive
7 Illawong Drive
3/6 Coolabah Street
Perfect start for the first home buyer or those sizing down – picture perfect and exceptional shedding – a fantastic entertaining area, bonus study – inspect immediately – you have been warned! 452 Cafpirco Road
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Wow! What a beauty this lovely family home is. Elevated and North facing opposite a lovely reserve. Do your family a favour- move in! VENDOR INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO PRESENT ALL OFFERS!!
16 Veldarose Lane
Say goodbye to the landlord. The ideal rent buster-new carpet, kitchen and bathroom. Excellent investment!
14 Donovans Road, Donovans
Solid and spacious unit in quiet and quality group, close to schools and shops. A great investment opportunity or one to call home. Currently leased until Jan 2015 @200p/w
2/46 Derrington Street
A well cared for home – tastefully updated throughout. Two bathrooms - 2 living areas & updated kitchen
16 Kaleo Court
Big on space - Fantastic modern living. Quiet cul-de-sac, three living areas, outdoor entertaining & loads of shedding. Block over 1100m2 (approx). Room for kids and room for the boat!
Ideal river retreat at Donovans – fantastic permanent residence or weekender – well cared for property! In con with P & L Real Estate.
Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three –close to all amenities.
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The outstanding views complete the picture of this perfect family home. Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, this home will suit the family who wants room to spread out and enetertain in style.
bed bath rooms rooms
$320,000 5 acres (approx)
Expansive undulating outlook offering peaceful country living, huge multi purpose shedding and great entertaining. Simply move in and enjoy the lifestyle!
77 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell
Great sea views on offer plus floor plan allows for dual occupancy and good shedding. A great opportunity. Not to be overlooked!
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Jo Campbell 0409 240 223
Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246 RLA 1903
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5 Chute Street
117 Copping Road, Glencoe
3/54 Jubilee Hwy West
say goodbye to the landlord and buy your own little nest!
The perfect start in the perfect location. Gleaming timber floors, upgraded kitchen and bathroom, 2 toilets. Nothing to do – Book your inspection ASAP.
12 Longmire Terrace
D/10 - 12 West Street
• 1 bedroom flat • Open living kitchen/living with gas heater & gas cooking • Bathroom/ Toilet • Laundry · Rear carport umr • Just across the road from the footy & netball • No Pets • Available Now
This gorgeous seafront home is the ultimate in seaside living - inspect to be impressed as unlimited sea views are on offer!
$220.00 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
2/43 Elizabeth Street
$225.00 pw • 2 bedroom unit • Both with BI robes • Open kitchen/dining with gas cooking • Lounge with gas wall furnace • Bathroomwith bath • Single garage UMR with internal access • Private yard • No Pets • Available now
If you want space, style and luxury with great shedding and a fantastic cul-de-sac location, then phone for an inspection immediately!
8 Power Street
45 Boandik Terrace
4 Chute Street
Situated in an inner city location, beautiful elevated allotment well set back from the street. Superb city views by day or night. Beautifully appointed and sympathetically restored.
$210.00 pw • 3 bedroom home • Eat in kitchen with gas cooking • Lounge with slow combustion heating • Detached single garage & workshop • Double carport umr • Includes lawn mowing • No Pets • Available 11/8
Family living at its very finest! Private, classy with the most beautiful décor. Prepare to be impressed with this quality fitted home - offers large easy care allotment with great views.
bed bath car rooms rooms parking 805m2 (approx)
Ideal renovation project. Potential to subdivide S.T.C.C- bring your tools & reap the rewards
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.
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• 14 Amor Street • 16 Peake Street • 37 Starline Place • 64 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell • 39 Tolmie Street • 14 Smith Street • 43 Lake Terrace West • 100 Wehl Street South
75 Commercial Street West • Ideal retail space • Front reception area • 2 Work Rooms • Kitchen area • R/C Air Conditioner • Approx. 42 square meters • Available Now
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$210.00 pw • 3 bedroom home • All with BI Robes • Lovely kitchen with gas & elec cooking • Lounge/dining area with gas heater • Decked entertaining area • Single carport UMR • Walk to school close to Reidy Park school & Tenison Woods College • No Pets • Available Now
• 18a Percy Street • 1/17 Davison Street • D/10 - 12 West Street • 4/4 Underwood Avenue • 1/2 Underwood Avenue • 2/43 Elizabeth Street • 0002/3 Lake Tce West • 10006/3 Lake Terrace West
2 Wren Street
$260.00 pw • 2 bedroom apartment in popular lakes area with great views • Main with ensuite & WI Robe other has BI Robes • Open living kitchen/dine/lounge with r/c air conditioner & electric cooking (Induction cooking) • Study nook • Detached garage & basement storage area • No Pets • Available Now
14 Amor Street
Experience the difference 7 Calvary Road
$125.00 pw • 2 bedroom flat • Main with BI Robes • Large separate lounge • Eat in kitchen with elec cooking • Separate bathroom • Laundry • Car parking space • No Pets • Available Now
1006/3 Lake Terrace West
4/4 Underwood Avenue
List with Gebhardts
DUE TO STRONG SALES WE NEED MORE LISTINGS
Old english charm with spectacular city views. Oozing charm and character, this grand residence is sure to inspire your senses, Spacious family home on over 1200m2. Edge of the Blue Lake.
2/142 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
Winter is still a great time to sell
14 Currawong Crescent
Add to your investment portfolio or
23 John Watson Drive
This stunning new townhouse offers spectacular views from both levels and is fitted out to a very high standard. Rare two street access for cars/boats/ vans is also offered.
4000m2 (approx) Located on a fantastic 4000m2 (approx)allotment is the former Glencoe Kindergarten. An ideal country location – A beautiful looking building which is waiting to be somebody’s home with a little renovation!
1/17 Davison Street
Expression of Interest
Traditional and charming, this 1930’s bungalow is awaiting a transformation. An inspection will reveal all! For sale by Expression of Interest closing 5pm 12th September 2014 at the offices of Gebhardts Real Estate and Vicki Quinn Real Estate (Agents in conjunction)
77C Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
• Harrold Street • Law Street • 130 Penola Road (at rear) • 96 Commercial Street East • 165-167 Commercial Street East • 46 Commercial Street West
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• 4 Davison Street • Cnr Commercial St West & White Ave • 30 Commercial Street West • 75 Commercial Street West
Gebhardts Property Management I 2/14 Helen Street, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8724 8088 / Fax 08 8724 8099 Lic Agents RLA 1903 ACN 008075027
DRESS CIRCLE HOME 6 Oldham Close Mount Gambier
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
• This beautifully designed 3 level home is constructed with quality finishes throughout • Take advantage of the sunny northern aspect with spectacular views over the
ensuite.Downstairs is an office with builtins, Rumpus room with bathroom. • Single garage with auto roller door.
city • An impressive lounge room, kitchen/ dining with access to external deck. • Large family/guest room with store rooms/workshop
3 NEAR NEW 2011 BUILT 4 BEDROOM HOME
PRICE 26 Altinio Drive Mount Gambier
Storage/workshop area with shelving. • Well maintained gardens
A NEAT, WELL ESTABLISHED FAMILY HOME
GREAT UNIT IN GROUP OF 20
• 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
2 5/54 Jubilee Highway West 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
• Two bedrooms both with built-in-robes • Open plan kitchen/dining • Upgraded kitchen with electric cooking • Private rear area. Allocated car parking • Walking distance to shops and the city centre • Currently leased at $130 per week (periodic)
83 Cardinia Street Mount Gambier
• Well constructed stone home featuring 2 large living areas, large kitchen dining room and 3 bedrooms. • This substantial home is located close to the South Eastern Hotel and the Showgrounds.
PREMIUM INNER CITY LOCATION
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
• Main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite • Multiple living areas • Great northerly aspect overlooking park lands • Brand new gas hot water service
1 Mount Percy Road Mount Gambier
RENOVATED FAMILY HOME
BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME
• 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
• A true entertainers delight • Check our website for new photos.
• It features 2 large garages + large carport.
2 29 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier
PRICE 21 Creek Street Mount Gambier
A TASTE OF COUNTRY LIVING
UPGRADES JUST COMPLETE
• 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 for a caravan or boat.
4 23 Tanglewood Crescent Mount Gambier
• 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 & second living area • Large double garage with two auto roller doors • Well maintained gardens with pergola
39 Power Street Mount Gambier
• 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.
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1 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.
3 7 Eight Mile Creek Road Racecourse Bay
• Situated on approx 840m2 is this beautiful bay side home. • Open plan dining/kitchen/lounge area with a slow combustion heating. • 3 good size bedrooms all with carpet • Outside is a 4 bay garage • Plenty of storage for the fisherman!
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 fire plus R/C inverter in lounge and main bedroom
3 4 Shellsea Court Pelican Point
• Three bedroom weatherboard home in the lovely seaside town of Pelican Point • Built 2008 on a 840 m2 allotment • Large lounge room with gas heater • Open plan kitchen, dining area • Modern kitchen boasting dishwasher, electric stove, wall oven and breakfast bar
39 Oldbridge Road Nelson
BUSINESS FOR SALE
Mount Gambier $97,000 + SAV approx $40-50,000
Wendy’s Supa Sunday Mount Gambier
additional 5 years. • Trading figures available on a confidential basis.
• 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.
on a large allotment of approx. 1.7 acres is
• Situated this well maintained home. • 3 double bedrooms, main with an ensuite and WIR. • Beautiful L-shaped open plan dining/kitchen/lounge • Small office space with built-in cupboards. • Single garage/pergola area perfect for entertaining d • 22700 litre & 13500litre rain water tanks connecte
46 Beach Road Nelson
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Riddoch Highway Tarpeena
36 Wireless Road Mount Gambier
• Previously operated for many years as a caravan park. The land is approx 1639m2 • Build your dream home on this large allotment in this quiet country town approx 20km from Mount Gambier • Power and water available
• 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.
GREAT DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL
• 8095m2 approx located conveniently between the hospital & the new Woolworths development. • Ideal location to build your dream home with plenty of space around you, maybe a horse for the kids or create your dream garden views of Mt Gambier & the Centenary Tower. • Ideal development site subject to council approval
• 14.98ha property • Attractive undulating property with bitumen road frontage fenced into 2 paddocks, town water connected and cattle yards. • This sheltered property has great views over the surrounding areas with a hilly site suitable for the construction of a new home.
• 8 Henty Street
• 30 Underwood Avenue
• 51 Eldridge Drive
REDUCED Yahl Main Road Yahl
• Three bedrooms • Open plan kitchen, dining, lounge room • Updated kitchen • Tiled bathroom. Shower, bath and vanity • New roof • Instant gas hot water system • Two garden sheds plus large car shed
STUNNING COASTAL PROPERTY
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47 Elizabeth Street Port MacDonnell
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CHOOSE 1500m2 OR 3000m2
14.98ha YAHL BLOCK
• Improvements include new tin roof, rewired and updated plumbing. Two bedrooms plus dining room. Could be converted to third bedroom • Bedroom two is double size with its own toilet • Lounge room has a gas heater ng • Tiled enclosed north facing veranda great for entertaini • 4m x 3m rear shed plus garden shed and BBQ area
• 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
DANS PET WORLD
• Long established of Dans Pet World now up for sale • 2 Shops in the Peoples Choice Credit Union Shopping Centre. • 5 year lease with the opportunity to extend for an
48 Church Street Port MacDonnell
IS THIS THE BEST LOCATION IN NELSON?
FISH, RELAX OR PLAY GOLF
A GREAT COUNTRY FEELING
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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. 2 • Vendor finance available on $10,000 deposit for years interest at only 6% monthly.
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.
• 1/16 Pick Avenue
• 1/126 Crouch Street North
• 2/25 Hart Street
• 2/71 Penola Road
• 2/20 Mark Street
Shawn Whitehead 0408 250 505
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27 Sunset Drive
28 Lachlan Crescent
A BREATH OF FRESH AIR! • Three bedroom brick & le home adjoining to Council Reserve • Open plan kitchen / dining / family with gas hea ng & air condi oner • BI robes to all 3 bedrooms • Fabulous 3 way bathroom with double vanity • Separate shower and bath & separate WC • Sliding door to rear pa o & private rear yard with gazebo
PRICED AT $247,000
5/22 Buronga Avenue
• A great family home at a first home buyers price
• Plus 2nd rear Bathroom
• Oﬀering 3 Bedrooms, Master with ensuite and WI Robes
• Beau fully presented yard with rainwater tanks to house
• Formal Lounge with R/C Air-condi oner
• Garage detached & secure private rear yard
• Open family Dining area adjoining 2nd & 3rd Bedrooms PRICED AT $179,500
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 PRICED AT $209,000
25 Derrington Street
24 Lake Terrace West
5/1A HART STREET
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
GREAT POTENTIAL HERE!!!
IN THE CENTRE OF TOWN • 2 bedroom unit with BI robes in main bedroom • Eat in kitchen • Separate laundry & bathroom • Carport UMR • Small enclosed yard • Central loca on - walk to shopping & services • Long term Tenant
PRICED AT $239,000
• Definitely the worst house in the best street • Great uninterrupted views across the City • Knock it over & start again / or take advantge of the current construc on & renovate • Currently consis ng of a Lounge with gas heater • Country style Kitchen / Dining • 2 large Bedrooms PRICED AT $129,500
Lot 10 Flinders Street
Unit 3/10 Knight Court
JUST PERFECT - IN A WHISPER QUIET LOCATION
Prominently located Allotment with outstanding views over the Cape Bridgewater Bay allotment of 545 m2 together with a domes c bore & PUMP The sale also includes building plans for a proposed Residence that has approval by the Glenelg Shire
• Stunning 2 bedroom 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
PRICED AT $374,500
BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882
• An Oﬃce plus breezeway & Bathroom with separate shower room • Plus rear Sunroom • 2 Garages • 2 Workshops plus garden shed • Situated on an elevated allotment in excess of 880 sqm
PRICED AT $110,000
Chris & Mary’s Fish & Chips • 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
BUSINESS • An iconic local business with current owners for over 23 years wishing to re re • Open 6 days per week supplying the best takeaway fish n chips and Yiros’ in town • Ideal husband and wife or partnership opera on • Main street loca on with easy parking • Consistent healthy profit figures with a steady growth pa ern • Some vendor finance may be available to approved purchasers PRICED AT $80,000
RENTALS 6/6-8 MONTGOMERY AVENUE
$110.00 PER WEEK
Two bdrms, combined kitchen/lounge with electric cooking. Separate bathroom, laundry & lock up garage. NO pets. UNIT 3/35 ALEXANDER STREET
$115 PER WEEK
2 bdrm flat, kitchen/dining/lounge area. Toilet in bathroom.
111 North Nelson Road, Nelson
67 Pinehall Avenue
• 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
2 HOMES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE • A rus c, split level pine log cabin on aspprox 3 acres within city limits • Comprising of 4 bedrooms with BIR’s plus study • A mber kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & large pantry • Master bathroom plus ensuite to main • S/C hea ng & open fireplace
PRICED AT $198,000 - Vendor looking for an oﬀer
PRICED AT $449,000
courtyard size rear yard. NO pets. • 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
3/10 KNIGHT COURT
$265.00 PER WEEK
Superb centrally located unit with 2 bdrms & BI robes. Dishwasher, gas ducted hea ng. Paved pa o entertaining area & fully installed security system. 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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26 Smith Street, Millicent $114,000
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$236,000 1 2
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MAKE AN OFFER!!!! Rural outlook, located close to end of quiet street 3 bedrooms, all with near new carpet Lounge/dining, polished timber floors, electric heating & r/c a/c • Kitchen with electric oven, single carport, enclosed large rear yard WEB ID. 4656469 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836
Elders Millicent is pleased to announce that property management is the latest service available at our branch. Tiana Wheatley (pictured above left) has recently completed the REISA course and required study to achieve the latest qualification and addition to the Millicent branch. Tiana joined the team at Elders Millicent back in June last year, bringing with her six and a half years experience in all residential and commercial conveyancing matters and leasing. Having worked in this industry, Tiana’s high understanding of property law is a great skill to bring on board. Kerry Smith joined the Elders team in 2000 as a sales assistant and then in 2004 completed her
Certificate IV in Real Estate Sales. Kerry (pictured above right) has had more than 10 years experience in selling real estate and believes that real estate is as much about people, care and customer service as it is about houses. Kerry prides herself in being committed to providing the best possible service to her clients and customers with honest advice. Tiana, along with Kerry Smith, will combine to offer the complete package to investors with sales and property management all in the same office. It is Kerry’s and Tiana’s attention to detail and friendly manner that will be able to provide you with professional and confidential service each and every time.
20 Grosser Street, Millicent
$240,000 2 5
• Spacious lounge, s/c wood fire & R/C A/C • Sep. formal dining, solid timber kitchen, dishwasher, WI pantry • Adjacent meals area, 4 bedroom master with ensuite • Paved pergola, full length carport, solar power system • Dble garage & carport, bore & pump WEB ID. Kerry Smith 0419 803 836
10 Grigg Terrace, Millicent
$139,000 1 2
• Perfect Beach Home, only metres from the beach • Possible potential views of the bay if built up • New renovated kitchen • Living area with gas heating, 3 double bedrooms • New renovated bathroom & laundry • Decked entertaining area • Being sold as walk-in walk-out WEB ID: 6052655 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836
10 Peters Street, Tantanoola
• Modern & updated neatly presented solid stone home • Bright & airy kitchen, lounge with s/c wood fire • 3 dble bedrooms, large windows with plenty natural light • Bathroom with ceiling to floor tiles, deep bath, shower & vanity • Stone garage with power & c/floor • Fully enclosed rear yard WEB ID. 6309366 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836
1 Arthur Street, Beachport
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• Adorable recladed weatherboard home with new renovations • New aluminium windows & new wiring t/out • New modern custom made kitchen • 3 bedrooms, lounge with s/c wood fire &, new r/c a/c • Double carport & garage WEB ID. 6440886 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836
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• Impressive 3 bdrm seaside holiday home • Being sold as WIWO, 1218m2 allotment • Modern kitchen/dining, living, r/c a/c • T/floaƟng floors t/out, bathroom with corner spa • Rear deck, lockable garage, plenty of room for more shedding WEB ID. 6467046 Kerry Smith 0419 803 836
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LOCAL Transport projects top council’s wishlist
LOCAL Portland impresses cruise ship company
Southern Grampians Shire Mayor has called on the next State Government to support rural Victoria by investing in services and infrastructure in regional centres such as Hamilton. Launching the Southern Grampians Shire Council’s priority projects today, Mayor Calvano said Hamilton has the potential to support State Government aspirations to grow Victoria’s rural economy by virtue of its central location. “Regional centres provide essential services to rural communities and are integral to sustained development in regional Victoria”, said Cr Albert Calvano. “Hamilton provides critical services in health, education, recreation and the arts and is the regional hub for retail and support services for the agricultural sector. “Also, it is essential that the shire’s major freight transport and infrastructure networks are supported and keep pace with projected demand”. Southern Grampians Shire is positioned at an important junction of three highways and the rail line to Portland and the rest of the State. Existing demand, coupled with the shift to grain production, mineral sands shipments, wind farm construction and timber harvesting generates new demand for transport and provides a role for Hamilton in supporting freight logistics whilst protecting the amenity of residents in Hamilton. The provision of sustainable transport connections is an essential component of the shire’s economic prosperity and critical to the achievement of high health status, social inclusivity and liveability.“We have worked in partnership with the last two State Governments in developing
At the MS Europa’s itinerary-planning meeting in Germany in July, Portland’s “very enthusiastic welcome” has been listed as the main reason for the highend cruise liner company booking a return to the Port of Portland in 2017. The company’s corporate communications manager Moritz Krause added that Portland had been remembered by its first visitors as an exciting cruise destination, with access to major tourist attractions in Australia. The positive feedback was received by council just after the Cruise Ship to Portland Final Report was presented to the July Council Meeting. The report followed a successful shire wide tour, conducted by council staff in June, with cruise ship industry representatives, including P&O Cruise operators Carnival Australia, luxury travel consultant Abercrombie & Kent and a Tourism Victoria delegate. Council’s long term advocacy to attract the cruise ship tourism market was rewarded earlier this year when P&O confirmed that six vessels had been scheduled to arrive in Portland for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Two additional cruise line companies are also planning visits to Portland in 2015 and 2017, including a return of the MS Europa, which was the first cruise ship to call on the town in March this year. The MS Europa visit delivered a successful outcome both in terms of the domestic economy and the reputation of Portland as a cruise ship destination. Mayor Cr John Northcott said council staff and volunteers had worked hard to ensure the success of the first visit. “We are also working to identify ways the next visit can be even better,” he said.
a strategic focus on Hamilton as a regional centre which has the capacity and projects to help build Victoria’s regional economy. Our suite of priority projects are designed to create jobs, improve economic efficiency and provide the services and amenity that are necessary to attract tree changers”, said Cr Calvano. Southern Grampians Shire has adopted a list of priority projects around transport and communications, the agricultural economy, health, education, tourism and the development of cultural and sporting facilities around the CBD. Cr Calvano said council had positioned Hamilton for sustained growth by developing its project priorities that build on itsstrengths and open new opportunities for the private sector. “The project priorities announced by council include building an intermodal hub to provide greater efficiency in the transfer of freight through the Greater Hamilton region, improved public transport systems, tourism projects like Grampians Peaks Trail, development of an Arts and Cultural precinct and the redevelopment of the Hamilton Hospital,” he said. “The State Government has supported our extensive strategic program and it is now time to consolidate these achievements with some serious capital investment. Rural Victoria needs vibrant regional centres that provide the lifestyle opportunities people in Melbourne take for granted. “Support for our priority projects will provide the economy of south-west Victoria and in particular the Greater Hamilton region with those opportunities.
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“We can only take the rebooking of the Ms Europa as huge praise for the community and the work put in by everyone to ensuring our visitors enjoyed their stay. “Positive comments regarding the preparation of open spaces and entrances to Portland were received before, during and after the MS Europa visit. “Factors that were reported by Council staff for improvement included the flow of information between agents, the limited space at the Visitor Information Centre for large gatherings, such as the Welcome to Country and demand on public facilities, which resulted in periods where cleanliness could be improved. “Topics for discussion by the Cruise Ship Working Group will include transportation routes, emergency services, entertainment, availability of bus and taxis, pop-up shops, signage and information access, language for foreign visitors and Welcome to Country. “Council and the Cruise Ship Working Group will continue to support businesses in preparing for future visits to ensure we capitalise on the economic value of the growing cruise tourism industry.”
Milk cartons to protect thousands of trees The Heytesbury District Landcare Network (HDLN) is saving trees to grow trees with a new initiative using thousands of unused milk cartons for a state-wide tree planting campaign. The network is joining forces with Green Pastures Milk Company to provide cheap one-litre milk cartons for other Landcare groups, community organisations, schools and individual landholders to protect newly planted native trees. Green Pastures is relaunching its one-litre milk in newly designed bottles and the HDLN is taking thousands of its unused cartons to sell on consignment as tree guards. HDLN Landcare Coordinator Geoff Rollinson said it was an opportunity to turn an unused product into a useful asset for growing trees. “Groups and private landholders usually turn to commercial suppliers for one or two litre milk cartons to protect their trees, costing up to 15 cents per tree guard,” Mr Rollinson said. “We are selling them for 10 cents per guard and all the funds will go back into our environmental programs, meaning there’s an additional benefit.” Milk carton tree guards are widely recognised for their ability to protect new plants from wind and grazing vermin such as rabbits, and for creating a suitable microclimate for the seedling to grow. “We could have continued using the cartons until supplies expired but we were keen from a marketing perspective to launch the new-look bottles and it was a good fit for us to be involved in a major recycling and tree planting campaign,” Mr Davis said. HDLN and Mr Davis have previously worked together on a major river health project involving planting hundreds of native trees where tree guards were used to great success. Mr Rollinson said the cartons are available to Landcare groups across Victoria, along with individuals and other groups. “There are a large number of spare cartons and we are pleased to recycle them as affordable tree guards that can be used around Victoria,” he said. Anyone interesting in the cartons can contact Mr Rollinson on 0427 983 755 or email geoff@heytesbury landcare.org.au
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LOCAL Junior soccer action Left (top row from left) - Centrals Under 17 goal keeper Ben Walther flies high to prevent a Blue Lake score; Chris Fallas (Centrals) fights hard for possession with his Blue Lake opponent. Left (bottom row from left) - Blue Lake’s Craig Toft Nathon scores a great goal for Blue Lake during Under 12 action; Centrals Under 17 player Brayden Barker looks to send the ball into his team’s attacking half; the battle is on for these two Under 12 opponents as they look to snare the loose ball. Photos courtesy of Wayne Coppick.
Riders & Writers FILM PREMIERE August 30 Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre
This is the third film by collaborators Brenton Manser and Robert Tremelling. Following on from The Wreck of the Admella and Old Mary’s Ride, Riders & Writers is a biopic of Adam Lindsay Gordon’s life. Using local actors and
with a musical score from Brenton and his family band The Vanguards, Riders & Writers is a fabulous local production not to be missed. Screening starts at 8pm.
BOOK OF THE WEEK
Game Day Miriam Sved The new draft pick, the tired has-been, the up-and-comer, the might-have-been. The talent scout, the coach on the edge, the beleaguered umpire, the concerned medic. The number-one fan, the lifetime members, the desperate gamblers. The footballers’ mums, the WAGs, the groupies. The tags, the rivals, the sledging. The pressure. Mick Reece and Jake Dooley, best mates since childhood, begin their first professional season playing AFL with little notion of what they’re getting into. Miriam Sved captures all this and more over the course f one season in Game Day.
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LOCAL Cyber safety, ‘sexts’, cyber bullying, and online predators; do you know enough to protect 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 need to be aware of the possible destructive impacts and fallouts, and how to handle these situations. Susan McLean, Australia’s foremost expert in the area of cyber safety and young people, will present free cyber safety awareness presentations and workshops throughout the Limestone Coast from August 11-15. “You cannot protect your children if you don’t know what you are protecting them from,” Susan said. A member of the Victoria Police for 27 years and with continual researching and training at the highest level internationally, Susan McLean is the clear leader in her field. No one else in Australia has the same level of qualifications, experience and skill in this area. The high regard in which she is held speaks for itself; governments, elite sport, international corporations, mental health workers, the media and schools turn to her first, and her high level relationship with key industry leaders sets her apart. Her sessions have the underlying mantras that no question is to taboo and no answer is too trivial. The District Council of Grant and the Limestone Coast Drug Action Team 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 1,800 students will attend workshops presented by Susan during her visit. Just as important are the free sessions for caregivers which will be run in Mount Gambier, Port MacDonnell, Millicent and Naracoorte, and a free workshop for professionals who deal with groups of young people on Friday August 15 in Mount Gambier. “This is not something anyone concerned with our youth should miss” said Sergeant Paul Scicluna, Manager Crime Prevention Section, SAPOL Limestone Coast “Susan makes it clear that it is not only the responsibility of the individual, but also parents and caregivers.” For more information please contact the District Council of Grant on (08)8721 0444 or email email@example.com
LOCAL Classy line-up for South Coast Tour
A top-rated line-up of 130 cyclists, including previous winners, New Zealander Samuel Horgan, and West Australian Anthony Giacoppo (pictured above), will contest the 2014 Campolina-Fulton-Hogan Tour of the Great South Coast, starting this Wednesday, in Mount Gambier. The field is made up of 54 riders from Victoria, 22 from New South Wales, 16 South Australians,15 Queenslanders, 10 West Australians, 6 New Zealanders, 4 Tasmanians, 2 from the ACT and Germany’s Raphael Freinstein, who will race with the CharterMason Giant Team. There are 19 teams in the five-day eight-stage race which will cover 565 gruelling kilometres through variable terrain in South Australia and Victoria before ending in Port Fairy on Sunday. The tour’s technical manager Kipp Kaufmann, also chief executive officer of Cycling Victoria, described the field as evenly matched and loaded with classy depth. “The sport of cycling is ready for five days of fabulous competition with the quality of this lineup,” Kaufmann said. “On paper, it is impossible
to pick a winner – I reckon it will get down to a battle of survival, with weather conditions a key factor.” Chief interest in the race will centre on the duel between the top two teams, Budget Forklifts and Avanti Racing, who will both have a full complement of eight riders. The Cameron Watt-managed Budget Forklifts team includes last year’s winner Horgan, South Australian hillclimbing specialist Tim Roe and sprint stars Jesse Kerrison (QLD) and Victorian Tommy Nankervis. The in-form Victorian Brenton Jones will spearhead the Avanti contingent, directed by Tasmania’s Andrew ChristieJohnson, a 15-year veteran of cycle team management. The consistent Victorian Mark O’Brien, “dark horse” Neil Van Der Ploeg (VIC), New Zealander Taylor Gunman and Giacoppo are sure to figure prominently throughout the event. The multi-sponsored tour is backed by four municipalities – the City of Mount Gambier and District Council of Grant in South Australia and the Glenelg and Moyne Shires in Victoria.
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LOCAL Market SOS for books
Born of the highly successful Book Fair in March, the Rotary Market Book Stall has been selling so well that stocks could soon run low. “We’ve got all our books on display now, with no more backup, even after a major boost from a large bequest.” said market chairman Willem Moors. “Hopefully there are more people who’d like to clear some shelves of books they’re never likely to read again. “They can share the joy of reading with others and
help Rotary raise money for our many local causes. Of course, we can always take more 2nd hand goods for preloved stall as well.” Rotary can arrange pickup of large consignments, or just call in on Saturday morning with your donations. Phone the market manager on 0447 517 426 for more details.
Above - Market chairman Willem Moors with book browser, Maxine Spence.
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LOCAL Time to tackle tourism In recognition of the need to fill the void in Mount Gambier and district, a group of industry stakeholders recently formed a working party with the aim of facilitating the formation of
LOCAL a body to represent the local tourism industry. The role of the working party is to develop and manage a number of key areas. • A process to work with stakeholders to build a vision for Mount Gambier Tourism • A communication strategy to assist in engaging stakeholders in a collaborative process • A data collection process, including the collation of existing data, to inform the discussion; • A structure for a representative body for the Mount Gambier area. Explaining that the process is in its very early stages, working party chairman and Mount Gambier Mayor Steven Perryman said the current group was not a representative body and as such it would not be involved
in advocacy on tourism and tourism development issues. “Its role is to facilitate the process which will see the eventual body established,” he said. “Tourism is everybody’s business, and in this spirit the working party looks forward to engaging soon with the many people who participate in and benefit from the tourism industry. “The group is currently working on collecting data that will inform and assist the discussion, and developing the communication strategy. “In coming weeks the working party will contact stakeholders directly and commence communication with the broader community.” The working party consists of tourism business operators Kent Comley (The Barn), Toni Vorenas (Metro Cafe), David Pratt (Best Western Southgate), James Stephenson (The Old Mount Gambier Gaol Hostel), Steven Perryman (Quality Inn Presidential), Tom Kosch
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(Commodore on the Park), supported by Biddie Shearing (Tourism Development Officer -Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast) and former Member for Mount Gambier Rory McEwen. Since the restructure of South Australian Tourism Commission and subsequent demise of Limestone Coast Tourism, the region has been without a co-ordinated industry body to represent it. For operators in the Mount Gambier area this has been compounded given that the once active Greater Mount Gambier Tourism group, which co-ordinated efforts in the Mount Gambier area, wound up around five years ago. Persons wishing to join the mailing list to receive information from the working party can email their contact details to tourism firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the recipient list.
A forum in Warrnambool on August 14 will aim to stop “horrendous” levels of violence against women with disabilities. The `Everybody’s Business: Taking action to prevent and respond to violence against women with disabilities’ forum will develop action plans to prevent the abuse, better support women with disabilities to report violence, and to close any gaps in local services. The free forum on August 14 is being organised by the South West Carer and Respite Services Network in partnership with Women’s Health & Wellbeing Barwon South West. The forum will feature a panel discussion including Women with Disabilities Vic, Disabilities Services Commissioner, Office of the Public Advocate, Victoria Police, South West Centre Against Sexual Assault, and Emma House Domestic Violence Services Inc. The discussion will be followed by workshops to develop action plans covering prevention, reporting, partnerships and referral pathways. Keynote speaker will be comedian and disability advocate Stella Young, who was editor of ABC’s recently defunded Ramp Up website for news, discussion and opinion about disability in Australia. South West Carer and Respite Services Network coordinator Wendy Jones said the forum at Quality Suites Deep Blue Warrnambool would address a serious though often overlooked issue. “Research tells us that women with disabilities experience high levels of family and sexual violence and also face specific barriers that prevent them from accessing help,” Ms Jones said. “They experience the same kinds of violence experienced by other women but also ‘disability-based violence’. “The rate of violence towards women with disabilities is quite horrendous but we also know that a lot is not reported or picked up.” Ms Jones said the southwest region was not immune from the high national rates of violence. The forum is for all staff and management of network member organisations, carers, people with disabilities and organisations interested in taking collaborative action. The sessions will look at what member agencies can do collaboratively to formalise partnerships and referral pathways and ways to better support women with disability to report violence.
LOCAL Briggs & Botting take out bowls event
It’s been a big year for the Dartmoor Football Club - the former club of Greater Western Sydney Giants star forward Jeremy Cameron. They have rebranded the club from Swans to Giants, in honour of their most famous export, with inaugural GWS coach Kevin Sheedy helping relaunch the new look club.
And the Dartmoor Football Club makeover saw the club able to make a generous donation to some grateful children in South Africa. The club’s disused Swans guernseys and netball uniforms have made thier way to a small community with Paul Thiele delivering the gift that has already been put to great use.
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Earlier this month, the Millicent Bowling Club hosted the Kimberley Clark Australia 2-4-2 competition with 29 bowlers participating included three guests to the club - Phil Dowdell from Kalangadoo, Harold Briggs, from Arara,t and Kevin Armstrong, from Cygnet, Tasmania. Winning combinations were Bill Cattanach, Judy Lowe and Derk Pietersma (30+3), Colin Pye and Peter Scanlon (30+8), Jim Campbell and Alan Correll (30+8), Ken Taylor and Terry Barnes (31+16) and Kevin Armstrong and Marino Gandolfi (32+10).Runners-up were Max Richards and Brian Atkinson (32+15) with Harold Briggs and David Botting taking out fist prize.
Above - 2-4-2 winners Harold Briggs & David Botting.
Below - 2-4-2 runners-up Max Richards & Brian Atkins.
Djuki Mala – Chooky Dancers August 26 Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, Mount Gambier Dressed in traditional costumes and ochre, they fuse Aboriginal and contemporary dance, comedy and clowning around into a rollicking good time.
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LOCAL South Australian Living Artists Fesitval kicks oﬀ in style Gina Raisin’s inaugural solo exhibition opened at Riddoch Art Gallery to kick off SALA. Left (top row from left) - Aimi Trigg; Janice Ruwoldt; Gina Raisin & Emma Schulz; Cathy Hughes & Anne Hinkley-Tyler. Left (bottom row from left) - Erin Larkin & Josephine Duigan; Tony Burch & Judy Nagy; Anna Coke; Georgia Ploenges Beltchev & Michael Hatch. See a full profile on Gina in the current edition of Southern Life.
Western District Weddings & Events Expo August 17 Hamilton Exhibition & Conference Centre, Horner Street, Hamilton
This is the fourth staging of the now annual Western District Weddings & Events Expo, the showcase of all things bridal and any special event planning is on again. All prospective brides and grooms from across the
region are invited to attend and source some fantastic services from participating vendors. The expo will be your one stop shop for all your wedding needs from fashion to hair to reception venues
to photographers. It is also the perfect place to sort out any upcoming special event. Log onto www.westerndistrictweddings. com.au for more details.
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An action-packed, epic space adventure, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy expands the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the cosmos, where brash adventurer Peter Quill finds himself the object of an unrelenting bounty hunt after stealing a mysterious orb coveted by Ronan, a powerful villain with ambitions that threaten the entire universe. To evade the ever-persistent Ronan, Quill is forced into an uneasy truce with a quartet of disparate misfits-Rocket, a guntoting raccoon, Groot, a tree-like humanoid, the deadly and enigmatic Gamora and the revengedriven Drax the Destroyer.
COLLECTED STUPIDITY Is this life now??... by Robbie Tansel
I’m starting to think I’ve ruined my life. Sorry to start this week’s article in such a dramatic fashion but I thought you’d like to know and not all of you are following me on Facebook yet so I can’t rely on you reading my dramatic status updates. Let me explain what’s happened. I’ve made some changes to my diet. Calling it changes is something of an understatement by the way. A more accuracte description would be a total flavour embargo. It’s fair to say I’ve never been a good eater. I avoided fruit and vegetables as much as I could throughout my life. I was never convinced that they were as good as the experts claimed. As much as I say I avoid fruit and vegetables, I must qualify that by saying I built my diet around a vegetable, that vegetable being potato. I spent the first 30 years of my life eating hot chips for tea six nights a week and roast potatoes on the other night. In my younger days it really didn’t matter because like most young people I was active and played sport. When I wasn’t playing organised sport I was outside running around
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the neighbourhood. Admittedly that was mainly because Mum and Dad locked all the doors and wouldn’t let us come in until we’d run off all of our energy. One of two things would happen if you did that as a parent in the year 2014. Possibility one is that your child gets abducted by the thousands of paedophiles that the judicial system is allowing to prowl our streets. Possibility two is that some do-gooder calls the child helpline and Family Services rock up at your door. But I digress. The point is I’m not active enough anymore and I still eat essentially the same shocking diet. My main food groups are salt, chicken salt, lollies and other sweet treats, Hawaiian pizza and potato related dishes. I consider I’m eating a balanced diet when I eat Black Forest Cake as it covers my fruit and dairy intake. Unfortunately the good years are over now. I am carrying a few extra kilograms (if you use the word few in a non-traditional way to represent twenty). I have made spasmodic attempts to change my diet previously with limited success. In all honesty my diet is about a million percent better than it was 10 years ago and Donna is a big part of that as she makes me eat vegetables. Having said that you have to ask the question why I have put 10 kilograms on since we met. I’m still of the opinion that my diet was
Local producers win top State award so low on actual nourishment that now that I eat things containing vitamins and stuff like that my body is overstimulated and is trying to store it in case I go back to my previous diet. Anyway the major stimulus to attempting to improve my dietary intake is actually not my girth. The most recent kick in my giant butt has come from my dentist. While having a filling applied recently my dentist said that someone as young as me shouldn’t have teeth like mine and I really need to change the sugary food I’m eating and the acidic beverages I enjoy drinking. Dentists have told me that before but I think the flattery about me being young made me listen more carefully. The changes I’ve made feel very significant to me but the honest truth is that things are still not as good as they could or should be. But it’s a start. A friend asked me last week if I was feeling better since I’d made the changes and the honest truth is “no!” My life is miserable. I relied on sugary treats to deal with things when I felt sad. I needed them as a way to reward myself when I did something good. Now I have nothing but an empty feeling in my chest. Life will go on though. If you can call this life. It doesn’t really feel like living. It’s really only existing. If you’ve got a recipe for a sugar free, fat free, salt free treat email me at email@example.com I probably won’t eat it though because it already sounds like something I wouldn’t enjoy.
Hay growers and balers from Bordertown, Kingston, Loxton, Burra, Wasleys and Jamestown have won state awards for their excellence in producing some of Australia’s best hay. The Feed Central National Hay Quality Competition – the first in Australia for large-scale commercial hay producers – is giving more than $10,000 in prizes to reward growers who produce high quality hay. The award winners were announced last week by Feed Central during the Australian Fodder Industry Association national fodder conference in Adelaide. A total of 753 lots weighing 180,000 tonnes were inspected during the competition which ran between September 1 last year and June 30. The average lot size was 240 tonnes. The two Limestone Coast producers in the spotlight are Bordertown’s Mark Pridham and Kingston’s Rob Olsen, who shared the best lucerne feed abalysis award. Mark is a Bordertown grower and Rob is a baler from Limestone Coast Hay Services at Kingston. Burra producer William Gebhardt from BS & W Pty Ltd had double success, winning both the best visual and best feed analysis awards for South Australian vetch. while the best lucerne visual appearance prize was awarded to Andrew Westbrook. from West Hay. in Loxton. Chris Bretag from Jamestown won the title of best cereal visual appearance and the Selleck family from Wasleys had the best cereal feed analysis. Feed Central managing director Tim Ford said the competition promoted the importance of good quality hay and recognised the excellent work of growers. “This is the first time that large scale commercial hay producers have had an opportunity to compete on a national basis for recognition of their hard work and quality produce,” Mr Ford said. Mr Ford said the inaugural competition attracted top quality entries. “Overall we had a good dry spring and hot dry summer nationwide which resulted in good quality hay being available,” he said. All hay submitted to the Feed Central hay inspection system is automatically entered in the competition and assessed for visual appearance and feed content. Mr Ford said more growers were recognising the value of producing good quality hay. “The fodder industry is big business and there can be a significant price difference between getting it right and getting it wrong,” he said. “High quality hay means more money for a supplier and better outcomes for end users.” Feed Central provides hay certification and marketing services to a national client base and has marketed and sold more than 100,000 tonnes of quality assured hay in the past 12 months.
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Humans of New York Brandon Stanton Now an instant #1 New York Times bestseller, Humans of New York began in the summer of 2010, when photographer Brandon Stanton set out to create a photographic census of New York City. Armed with his camera, he began crisscrossing the city, covering thousands of miles on foot, all in an attempt to capture New Yorkers and their stories. The result of these efforts was a vibrant blog which has now been transformed into this intriguing book, complete with quotes and anecdotes. lifestyle1.net | 27
Preheat the oven to 200°C. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a frypan over medium heat. Add the onion, garlic and bacon or pancetta and cook, stirring, for 2-3 minutes until the onion softens slightly. Add the pumpkin and dried chilli flakes, stir to combine, then add half the chicken stock and cook for 5-6 minutes until the pumpkin begins to soften. Stir in
pasta, cream, rosemary and remaining chicken stock. Season to taste with sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, bring to a simmer, then reduce the heat to low and cook for about 8-10 minutes until the pasta and pumpkin are tender. Meanwhile, place the breadcrumbs, lemon zest, flat-leaf parsley and one third of the cheese in a food processor and process until you have fine crumbs. Add the remaining 2 tablespoons olive oil and pulse to combine. Stir the remaining cheese into the pasta mixture, then transfer to a baking dish. Scatter with the crumbs, then bake for 15 minutes or until golden.
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2. In what decade did the TV sitcom I Dream of Jeannie premiere? 3. Which university did Albert Einstein attend? 4. What is the capital of Belgium? 5. Who is the president of the Commonwealth Games Federation? 6. Which team is top of the SANFL ladder? 7. September 9 has been set down as the launch date of which technological innovation? 8. What is Australia’s official cash rate? 9. Who is captain of the gold medal winning Hockeyroos? 10. Who won the 2005 Best Actress Oscar? 11. What three colours appear on the Italian flag? 12. What is the national flower of India? 13. Who played centre in Australian netball’s gold medal winning performance againt New Zealand at the recent Commonwealth Games? 14. Michael Potter is the embatteld coach of which NRL club? 15. Who is the Federal Indigenous Affairs Minister? 16. How many consecutive gold medals has the Austrailan men’s hockey team won at Commonwealth Games? 17. Which outspoken Fairfax columnist resigned last week? 18. Which celebrity chef’s apartment where he filmed his first two TV series has just gone on the market
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Postman Pat: The Movie - From August 14 Postman Pat: The Movie is a British computer-animated comedy film featuring Postman Pat, star of a long-running BBC children’s series. Pat is voiced by Stephen Mangan and his singing voice is performed by Ronan Keating. Also voicing characters in the film are Jim Broadbent, Rupert Grint and David Tennant.
1. What colour medal did Jess Trengove win at the 2014 Commonwealth Games and in which event?
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continues to rise at the same rate it will hit 22.5 per cent in Warrnambool and south west Victoria by 2016. “Not being able to break into the job market in the formative period of a young person’s life puts them at risk of a life sentence of job insecurity, unemployment, poverty and social exclusion,” Mrs Bayne said.“Securing that first step on the job ladder is becoming much harder for our young people,” she said. Mrs Bayne said that until the global financial crisis and global recession, long term youth unemployment in Australia had been trending downwards.“However in Australia and internationally, young workers were the first to lose their jobs during the global economic crisis,” she said. “This has resulted in a disproportionate increase in the number of young people aged 15–24 who are unemployed - we are now seeing the impacts in our region.” Mrs Bayne said the LLEN recognised the worsening problem and was working on three concepts to improve local employability skills and aspirations, particularly for 15-19 year-olds. “We have recognised the distressing trend of youth unemployment in our region and are looking for ways to address this serious problem for our community,” she said.
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Nearly one-in-four young people in south-west Victoria will be unemployed by 2016 unless more is done to create opportunities and improve education and training pathways. The South West Local Learning and Employment Network (LLEN) has described the latest youth unemployment figures as distressing. South West LLEN is working with the State Government and local partners on new concepts to improve the employability skills and aspirations of young people. Acting chief executive officer Helen Bayne said the region was a recognised hot spot for youth unemployment and a concerted response was needed to address the problem. In February the unemployment rate for 15-24 year olds was 12.4 per cent in Victoria and 14.5 per cent for Warrnambool and south west Victoria. The Victorian rate has now jumped to 14.1 per cent – the highest level since 2001 – and although fresh figures are not yet available for the south-west it is expected to have risen above 15 per cent. The jobless rate for 15-19 year-olds is already at 20.4 per cent in Victoria and higher in the southwest, which is the third worst region in Victoria for youth unemployment. The Brotherhood of St Laurence has predicted that if youth unemployment
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LOCAL Youth unemployment - it’s time to act
Once one of the fittest men, Charles Furner has had to overcome some of the most grievous physical setbacks possible. At age nine years, Charles contracted polio and was incapacitated for three years, crippled in his back and legs. “I had to fight to recover, but Dad was a trained professional masseur and his constant massage and exercise programs enabled me to affect a full recovery,” he said. Charles had been introduced to running by his father when he was nine and after his bout of polio resumed running again when he was 12 years old, winning races with the Adelaide Harriers Club. At 18 years of age, Charles was still running until a fusion of the lower spine hospitalised him again for several months. By the time he was 27 years old, Charles had given running away and took up bicycle racing and whilst training for the Mount Gambier 100 Mile Classic disaster struck again when a car struck him and he went to the old Mount Gambier Hospital, undergoing several operations which resulted in pins and plates being inserted in his legs, However with great determination, the iron man, using the same methods as before, plus a steel will, came back to radiant health. All this fired Charles up to help others in similar situations, so he set himself up as a masseur in Ballarat, after serving a traineeship with his father, which lasted several years and studying overseas and interstate and obtaining diplomas in Remedial massage, Chinese massage, Shiatsu and sports massage. Sixteen years later, after working exhausting hours seeing near 100 clients per week, Charles decided on a change in pace and lifestyle so he set up a clinic for 15 years on the Gold Coast. As his heart was never in the Gold Coast, Charles moved back home to South Australia for two reasons. Firstly, to set up his new clinic at 49 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier (in between Crouch Street and Pick Avenue). His well-equipped premises contain the latest equipment and he takes personal interest in every client he treats. “You have to get into the muscles and sometimes this tinges a bit at first, but after a while the improvement is remarkable,”
Charles said. “It was important to be frank and honest with my clients. I tell them what they should do to improve their health, that they must look after themselves and how best to do this. Without your health, what have you got? The beauty of it all is - I did it myself the hard way, without which I would have suffered the most agonising pain.” Charles offers Monday to Saturday appointments and after hours appointments. “I am willing to be flexible to accommodate clients’ needs.,” he said. The second reason to return was to overcome his fears by wanting to get back on a racing bike after an absence of 38 years, to complete the Mount Gambier 100 Mile Classic in the near future, that had once eluded him. Unfortunately, Charles’ original racing bike was totally destroyed and is unable to afford the price of a new one. “If anyone could donate or offer at a reasonable price to complete pre-loved racing bike this would enable me to continue my cycling passion and complete the goal I set myself, 30 years ago,” he said. If you can help Charles in any way it would be very appreciated or if you think he can help you, give Charles Furner a call on 0402 295 574.
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Quinoa prawn risotto 250g punnet cherry tomatoes, halved 1/4 cup (60ml) olive oil 1 teaspoon caster sugar 1 onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1 long red chilli, finely chopped 1 1/2 cups (300g) quinoa 1 tablespoon tomato paste 1/3 cup (80ml) white wine 2 1/2 cups (625ml) chicken stock 20 cooked, peeled (tails intact) prawns 1/3 cup oregano leaves Method Preheat oven to 160°C. Place tomatoes, cut-side up, on a baking tray and drizzle with 1 tablespoon
oil. Scatter with sugar and salt. Bake for 25 minutes or until softened. Meanwhile, heat remaining 2 tablespoons oil in a large saucepan over medium-low heat. Cook onion, stirring, for 3-4 minutes until softened. Add garlic and chilli, then cook, stirring, for 1-2 minutes until fragrant. Add the quinoa, stirring to coat the grains, then stir in tomato paste and wine. Simmer for 1 minute or until wine has evaporated. Add stock and bring to a simmer. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 20 minutes or until quinoa is tender. Stir in prawns to warm through, then stir in tomatoes and half the oregano. Season, then scatter with remaining oregano and serve.
TRIVIA QUIZ 1. In what year did Michelle Bridges join The Biggest Loser as a trainer? 2. What sort would you be playing if you were digging and spiking? 3. From which European country do we get the dish frittata? 4. Apollo, cherry and roma are varieties of which fruit? 5. Which US based personal trainer is touring Australia later this year? 6. In what month is the 2014 New York Marathon being held? 7. What is the traditional meat in the hearty Milanese dish osso bucco? 8. Which variety of nuts is traditionally served in a Waldorf salad? 9. Who won the gold medal in the men’s marathon at the 2014 Commonwealth Games? 10. Joseph Pilates developed the fitness regime that bears his name – what nationality was Pilates? 11. In what decade was popular weight loss program Weight Watchers established in the United States? 12. Which nut has more kilojoules – almonds or macadamias? 13. What part of your body would you be exercising if you were doing a bicep curl? 14. In which Australian city did Lorna Jane open her first store? 15. What vitamin do we get from the sun? 16. Which three sports did fitness guru Les Mills compete in at the Olympic and Commonwealth Games before turning his hand to designing the Les Mills group fitness programs? 17. In which event did Eleanor Patterson win gold for Australia at the 2014 Commonwealth Games? 18. Avocadoes are native to which South American country? 19. In what year did the Channel 7 cooking show My Kitchen Rules debut? 20. How many players are on court at any one time in a netball game?
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LOCAL Hall of Fame inductee puts the Tigers through their paces 1.
Carlton legend Anthony Koutoufides was a special guest at Vansittart Park last week, working with the clubs juniors and seniors before headlining a sportsman’s night.
1. Anthony Koutoufides chats after training with North Gambier Football Club president Tony Kelly and senior coach Justin McConnell.
2. Anthony Koutoufides (second from left) with Carlton fans Peter Allen, Jamie Yeates and Brad Norman.
3 & 4. Kouta working with the senior players. 5. The North Gambier junior players get to learn from the Carlton great. Photos courtesy of Kelvin Ruge.
The Australian Bee Gees Show August 27 HAMILTON PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, HAMILTON
After 3 years and 1000 shows headlining on the Las Vegas strip, Stayin’ Alive - The Australian Bee Gees Show will return to Australia with a brand new show for 2014. It is a chronology of hit’s chosen from the extensive catalogue that defines the amazing career of The Brothers Gibb, from their first
performances in Australia right through to the One Night Only concert in Las Vegas. The show will feature all of the greatest hits throughout the decades but will also tell the Bee Gees story in a multi- media show that captures the mood and memories of the time. From their first shows in 1996, Stayin’
Alive have conquered Las Vegas and have played to capacity houses around the world, cementing their reputation as an exceptional live concert act and the world’s leading Bee Gees Show. For one night only be a part of the magic that is, Stayin’ Alive - The Australian Bee Gees Show.
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Ex Libris Book Fair September 5-7 Visit Port Fairy for the book fair, workshops and author talks. Here is a huge antiquarian and second-hand book sale, literary sessions with local and visiting writers and poetry readings over coffee and cake. Sessions will be held in charming, intimate, historic venues. For more information log onto www.exlibris. portfairy.com or call 0429 612 523
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Western Border netball set to celebrate its 30th birthday It all started back in 1984 when a netball competition, led by inaugural president Stan Bannam, joined the 20 year old Western Border Football League. Thirty seasons on and the competition has seen clubs, players and volunteers come and go but most importantly it has survived. It is still a strong competition as the current six member clubs – Millicent, West Gambier, North Gambier, South Gambier, the newly merged Casterton Sandford and East Gambier – go toe to toe across seven competition grades and two under 12 development grades. This weekend, everyone that has played their role in ensuring the Western Border Netball Association has made this 30 year milestone and the
players, administrators, officials, volunteers and sponsors that are hands on in 2014 will celebrate the Western Border Netball Association 30th birthday. League and club life members are being involved in special match day celebrations with best on court medals being presented to each team in each grade to commemorate the 30th birthday with short official proceedings also on the day with a celebration afternoon tea to thank past players, administrators, officials, volunteers and sponsors as well as those in the role in the current competition. The 30th birthday commemoration games will be held at Blue Lake Sports Park, Island Park and McDonald Park. The Commodore on the Park will also host a two hour cocktail party from 5.30-7.30pm with a display of memorabilia and brief formalities at 6.30pm. The 30th birthday party is a chance for all the current and past people involved in the association to catch up as the association looks to honour the past and look to the future. The 1984 premiership went the way of the Bulldogs in a two goal victory over current powerhouse Millicent with Kathy Younghusband and Jeanette Stuchbery among the best in the inaugural season decider. Millicent returned the tables the following year before North Gambier won the first of its record 11 A Grade premierships in 1986 – enjoying a five year run from 1988-1992 and then the recent three-peat from 2003-2005. Of course the modern day Saints also now have 11 of their own in the trophy cabinet and are odds-on favourite to head to the top of the leaderboard this season. In fact, if the Saints do emerge as the 2014 premiers, they will also become the first team to secure six consecutive titles. Millicent is also the club to have provided the longest serving president of the association. Di Facey (top left) stepped into the very large shoes of Stan Bannam in 1989 and then stayed in the role for an astonishing 16 seasons. Di was a player in the inaugural season and played in that first title decider and there is nothing that has happened in this association
that the association patron has not seen. The honour roll for individual accolades also boasts some iconic netball names and Millicent’s Donna Denton certainly heads that list with seven A grade best & fairest to her name – polling in every game in last season’s victory. Anyone looking for more information on the celebrations should contact association secretary Di Gould at firstname.lastname@example.org
Left (bottom) - North Gambier’s 1989 A grade premiership team. Above - Millicent’s 2013 A grade premiership team that equalled North Gambier’s premiership tally.
Young softballer to host fundraiser Chance to learn from one of sport’s best Amber Hood capped off a remarkable 18 months in softball with Australian team selection following the 17 & Under Schoolgirls National Championships in May. It means the talented catcher is heading to Hawaii at the end of next month as part of the Australian 17 & Under Schoolgirls team. On the back of Amber representing both South Australia at State and State Schoolgirls level, the national selection was reward for effort for the young softballer, who trains hard with her mother Tanya to constantly develop and improve her game. Of course, national selection, especially at junior level, comes with its share of costs and Amber (below) has been fortunate enough for some of her most ardent supporters to put together a fundraiser this Saturday night at the Mount Gambier RSL. The happy hour and auction is $15 a head and runs from 7-9.30pm. There are around 20 items set to go under the hammer including a house boat cruise with nibbles and complimentary drink on arrival; a full day fishing charter for eight people; a signed Jimmy Bartel jumper; a signed Scott Pendelbury jumper; a Black Caviar print; a Carlin & Gazzard Mercedes Benz for a weekend with free tank of fuel and a Party Package, which includes a keg of beer, a whole lamb and Baker’s Delight and She’s Apples vouchers.
The best coaches across all sporting codes will tell you, part of their development is learning from elite coaches from other sporting codes and Limestone Coast sporting coaches have just that opportunity on Wednesday, September 17, when cricket coach Darren Berry comes to Mount Gambier. The free seminar runs from 6.30-8.30pm with a 6pm registration and refreshment session at the West Gambier Football Club. The Redbacks and Adelaide Strikers coach was a decorated wicketkeeper in his own right before moving into the coaching ranks. Registrations are essential as numbers are limited and registrations will close on September 9, unless the spots are filled beforehand. Please register online at http://www.recsport.sa.gov.au/ training-support/SCOC.html Berry (pictured) was also coaching director at the IPL franchise the Rajasthan Royals and led them to a championship victory. Coaches of all levels to attend the Elite Coaching Seminar and hear Berry’s coaching philosophies regarding elite sport and athletes, his methods of creating culture in a team, famous cricket yarns and advice for current and budding coaches of all sports.
• Above (left) - West Gambier’s Lauren Holmes was one of her team’s best at the weekend. • Above (right) - Tash Attiwill looks down court for a free team mate during C Grade action at the weekend. • Left - South Gambier’s Toni Sims moves the ball on quickly.
PIONEERS South East Australian Basketball League CASTEC RURAL SUPPLIES MOUNT GAMBIER PIONEERS 88 (B. Allen 22; E. Burdon 18; D. Johnson 17; M. Sutton 10; L. Blicavs 9; J. Warbout 6; B. Hill 4; M. Makoi 2) d CANBERRA 73. It is a familiar script for Pioneers fans as the Mount Gambier franchise engaged in an arm wrestle for the first half in its Friday night clash before taking control in the third. Last week it was a 23-14 third quarter and on Friday night it was 25-13 as a four point half time buffer stretched to a 16 point three quarter time lead. Neither side would have been thrilled with their free throw shooting percentage but the good news is, the Pioneers led that statistic and all the other key benchmarks of the game with superior three point shooting, more assists and more rebounds. The other familiar thread of the script was the spread of scorers and the fact that each week a couple of new faces take on the load. Fright night it was Ben Allen (22) and Erik Burdon (18) with Damian Johnson continuing to be a model of consistency with 17 points and 10 rebounds. The Pioneers host fourth ranked Bendigo this Friday night at the Icehouse in what will be a good tune up for the 2014 play-offs which start the following week. Tip off is at 8pm. lifestyle1.net | 35
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MSEFL - A Grade
Mt Burr 4.6 6.7 12.9 15.11 (101) Port MacDonnell 3.7 8.9 8.11 14.14 (98) Goals - Mt Burr: C. Murray, T. Renzi 3; C. Gallio, J. gregory 2; F. Scanlon, D. Bowering, N. Muhovics, H. Schultz, D. Ridley. Pt Mac: T. Sullivan 3; A. Taylor, B. McGregor, M. Lewis 2; W. MacDonald, J. Feast, K. McClean, Z. Williams, D. Bromley. Best - Mt Burr: J. Agnew, J. Fiebig, J. Little, T. Redden, W. Whitty. Pt Mac: T. Sullivan, D. Bromley, W. MacDonald, B. McGregor, R. Fox, J. Feast, Hatherleigh 3.2 9.3 15.8 17.11 (113) Glencoe 4.5 7.7 10.8 13.10 (88) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Bateman 5; T. Bell, J. Sullivan, M. Bennett 2; S. Beggs. Glencoe: L. Sharaf, M. McRae 4; N. Martin 2; C. Von Duve, D. Childs, R. Dalby. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Bateman, J. Wight, J. Sullivan, M. Bennett, J. Ferguson-Lane, J. Faulkner. Glencoe: Z. Cocks, M. Kasparian, D. Childs, L. Allison, L. Sharaf, B. Mitchell. Robe 6.1 9.8 14.15 16.17 (113) Kongorong 5.2 7.3 9.5 15.10 (100) Goals - Robe: J. Dawson 5; S. Sawyer, P. Agnew 2; J. Wood, C. Davis, J. Pettit, E. Samuel, D. Coxon, T. Long N. Cane. Kongorong: J. Simkin 9; J. Phillips 2; J. Blackwell, J. Case, N. Ham, J. Coombe. Best - Robe: P. Agnewm J. Wood, J. Dunn, N. Cane, J. Dawson, D. Coxon. Kongorong: J. Simkin, D. Phillips, J. Wright, N. Ham, J. Phillips, M. Von Stanke. Tantanoola 9.3 13.9 19.14 27.20 (182) Nangwarry 2.1 3.3 3.4 4.5 (29) Goals - Tantanoola: R. Versace 9; J. Fleming, C. Saint, J. Williams 3; G. Gascoyne, D. Knaggs, C. Williams 2; H. Brown, S. Tincknell, T. McGrath. Nangwarry: B. Dinnison, A. Carter, M. Thomson, B. Reddan. Best - Tantanoola: R. Versace, J. McRostie, J. Fleming, T. McGrath, D. Knaggs, H. Brown. Nangwarry: B. Kelly, N. Boon, M. Fatchen, N. Reeves, A. Mills, M. Thomson.
Mt Burr Kalangadoo Tantanoola Port MacDonnell Hatherleigh Glencoe Robe Kongorong Nangwarry
John Simkin Anthony Kilsby Glen Gascoyne Alex Hentschke Michael McRae Rob Versace Jaryd Dawson Chris Murray Dylan Bromley
% Pts 60.33 56 59.60 48 55.92 44 56.54 36 56.13 36 49.32 24 42.86 16 40.70 8 30.64 4
Kongorong Kalangadoo Tantanoola Glencoe Glencoe Tantanoola Robe Mt Burr Port MacDonnell
Mt Burr 46 (H. Clarke, H. Agnew) d Port MacDonnell 39 (M. Lewis, A. Heald); Hatherleigh 56 (K. Smith, G. Brooks) d Glencoe 35 (G. Geddes, D. Jaeschke); Robe 73 d Kongorong 33; Nangwarry 50 (K. Gray, D. McKinnon) d Tantanoola 44 (K. Bromley, S. Little).
Port MacDonnell 60 (T. Merrett, M. Neave) d Mt Burr 23 (B. Ferguson, R. Fox); Hatherleigh 75 d Glencoe 43 (A. Dent, S. Lawler); Robe 46 d Kongorong 37; Tantanoola 62 d Nangwarry 33 (S. MacDonald, T. McKeon).
Port MacDonnell 62 (F. Scott, B. Coutts) d Mt Burr 29 (P. Bowering, G. Carnellor); Hatherleigh 44 (E. Stuckey, A. Faulkner) d Glencoe 40 (S. Frew, A. Cocks); Kongorong 39 d Robe 33 (T. McMartin, T. Jess); Tantanoola 47 d Nangwarry 28 (L. McKeon, K. Neale).
Port MacDonnell 74 (K. Millard, M. Perryman) d Mt Burr 12 (T. Watts, R. Quintel); Hatherleigh 46 (K. Bowman, H. Proud) d Glencoe 26 (T. Rasmussen. S. Walker); Tantanoola 60 d Nangwarry 50 (N. Lemmey, D. Hicks).
17 & Under
Port MacDonnell 78 (P. Tilley, A. Walter) d Mt Burr 21 (T. Thatcher, E. Russell); Hatherleigh 69 (E. Nettle, C. Manning) d Glencoe 40 (G. Geddes, L. Edwards); Robe 73 (D. Carter, K. Venn) d Kongorong 23
15 & Under
Mt Burr 52 (G. Hales, K. Lesslie) d Port MacDonnell 41 (T. Buckingham, T. Tayloir); Hatherleigh 67 (B. Leane, T. Wilkinson) d Glencoe 26 (M. Smith, L. McGregor); Robe 63 (K. Gibbs, C. Venn) d Kongorong 21; Tantanoola 65 (C. Lucas, L. Fensom) d Nangwarry 37.
58 57 48 45 45 44 41 40 40
13 & Under
Mt Burr 51 (E. Gray, A. Fox) d Port MacDonnell 10 (H. Collins, S. Telford); Hatherleigh 49 (M. Varcoe, M. Gray) d Glencoe 7 (D. Trotter, E. Hann); Robe 45 (M. Keane, L. Smith) d Kongorong 12.
Round 18 - August 16
Kalangadoo v Mt Burr; Port MacDonnell v Glencoe; Hatherleigh v Robe; Kongorong v Nangwarry; Tantanoola - bye.
SWDFL - A Grade
Port MacDonnell 24.15 (159) d Mt Burr 2.5 (17) Hatherleigh 10.7 (67) d Glencoe 9.6 (60) Kongorong 11.10 (76) d Robe 6.4 (40) Tantanoola 17.11 (113) d Nangwarry 10.6 (66)
Heywood 3.1 14.6 20.10 23.17 (155) Branxholme-Wallacedale 1.0 2.1 2.1 4.5 (29) Goals - Heywood: J. Nash 7; W. Imbi 6; J. Bell 5; B. Church, C. Foster, N. Schultz, N. Gibbins. Branx-Wallace: S. Brfewer, B. Heron, P. Downs, J. Logan. Best - Heywood: S. Keegan, J. Nash, J. Imbi, W. Imbi, N. Gibbins, C. Mizzi. Branx-Wallace: J. Tonissen, N. Lester, C. Jenkins, B. Heron, P. Heeps, R. Charman. Westerns 8.2 9.4 13.6 16.8 (104) Cavendish 2.1 4.2 8.3 10.12 (72) Goals - Westerns: R. Cracknell 5; B. Edwards 4; J. Stone, S. Bampfield 2; R. Gardiner, J. Patterson, A. Cockerill. Cavendish: T. Hustwayte 3; B. Cooper, L. McKenzie, S. Hayes 2; N. Surkitt. Best - Westerns: M. Keem, R. Cracknell, S. O’Brien, R. Gardiner, S. Bampfield, E. Williamson. Cavendish: N. Surkitt, N. Lewis, S. Hayes, J. Soawyer, J. Webster, T. Huf. Coleraine 7.6 14.8 19.13 26.22 (178) Heathmere 1.0 1.0 2.0 2.2 (14) Goals - Coleraine: D. Russell 7; J. Vickery 4; B. Rhook 3; L. Robinson, D. McDonnell 2; S. McIntosh, A. Gould, J. Haw, M. Dunn, B. McCann, C. Deutscher, D. Miller, G. Robertson. Heathmere: H. Sealey, M. Gore. Best - Coleraine: D. Russell, J. Vickery, L. Robinson, A. Gould, J. Haw, B. McCann. Heathmere: M. Payne, C. Bartlett, P. Huddart, D. Oliver, D. Ducrow. Dartmoor 6.8 13.10 18.14 21.23 (149) Tyrendarra 0.0 2.1 3.2 5.2 (32) Goals - Dartmoor: J. McCrae 5; V. Ryan, M. Oldfield 3; S. Bouwman, L. Hatherell 2; S. Jones, J. Lynch, B. Hicks, J. Franklin. Tyrendarra: J. Atwell 2; S. Marra, D. Taylor, M. Peters. Best - Dartmoor: V. Ryan, M. Von Duve, M. Oldfield, L. Polaski, J. Lynch, J. McCrae. Tyrendarra: M. Toohey, T. Holland, B. Jasper, M. Peters, B. Wilson.
Tantanoola 26.18 (174) d Nangwarry 4.4 (28) Mt Burr 10.5 (65) d Port MacDonnell 6.5 (41) Hatherleigh 11.7 (73) d Glencoe 9.8 (62) Rone 9.5 (59) d Kongorong 8.11 (59)
Port MacDonnell 7.0 (42) d Mt Burr 3.7 (25) Hatherleigh 17.18 (120) d Glencoe 0.0 (0) Robe 15.4 (94) d Kongorong 1.2 (8) Nangwarry 8.14 (62) d Tantanoola 3.6 (24) Download the Lifestyle1 app for full details, including goal kickers & best players.
• Above - Port MacDonnell’s shooter Toni-Lee Gilmore lines up this shot as Heidi Clark looks to deflect the attempt during A grade action at the weekend. Photo courtesy fo Karen Cawthorne.
Hampden FL - A Grade Camperdown 4.5 11.7 15.11 19.15 (129) Hamilton Kangaroos 1.1 3.3 7.7 10.9 (69) Goals - Camperdown: L. Clarke, D. Casey 5; C. Spence, M. Field 2; M. Pemberton, S. Cardinal, M. Powling, M. Danahay, F. Lucas. Hamilton: H. Douglas 5; B. Thomas 2; J. Watson, B. Ballinger, E. Guthrie. Best - Camperdown: L. Clarke, D. Pemberton, M. Powling, M. Field, B. Arnold, C. Spence. Hamilton: B. Thomas, J. Meulendyks, C. Quinn, H. Douglas, J. Watson, E. Guthrie. Warrnambool 4.6 9.10 15.11 17.16 (118) Portland 3.1 4.2 9.4 10.6 (66) Goals - Warrnambool: J. Rowan 8; L. Hoy 3; T. Graham 2; D. McCorkell, J. Turland, S. Cowling, K. Lenehan. Portland: R. Egan 3; J. Moody 2; D. O’Loughlin, M. England, M. Kelly, L. Crane. D. Falcone. Best - Warrnambool: J. Rowan, T. Graham, P. Corredig, B. Moore, J. O’Donnell, A. McCarthy. Portland: J. Dignan, D. Falcone, J, Edwards, M. England, M. Kelly, R. Egan.
Round 17 - August 16
Westerns v Coleraine; Dartmoor v Cavendish; Heathmere v Branxholme-Wallacedale; Heywood v Tyrendarra.
Seniors Ladder % Dartmoor 389.92 Heywood 235.92 Coleraine 125.78 Westerns 92.76 Tyrendarra 89.85 Cavendish 88.61 Branx-Wallace 47.97 Heathmere 20.99
Hampden Netball - A Grade
Portland 54 (L. Hockley, J. Piergrosse, L. Kelly) d Warrnambool 25; Camperdown 42 d Hamilton Kangaroos 41 (R. Beks, C. Crawford, A. Huf).
Round 16- August 9
Portland v Cobden; Hamilton Kangaroos v North Warrnambool Eagles.
• Far left - West Gambier shooter Deanne Stratman lines up this attempt despite the pressure from South’s Tash Attiwill during C grade action at the weekend. Left - Hayley Bartolo looks for a team mate during C grade action.
• Above (from top) - Dylan Bromley gets this handball away despite the oncoming pressure from Josh Fiebig; Lachlan Pratt looks to beat his Mt Burr opponent to the ball during the Mossies tense three point victory over Port MacDonnell, meaning fourth spot will be decided next weekend as Hatherleigh tackles Robe and Port MacDonnell takes on Glencoe as the Demons and Eagles vie for the last finals spot; Tim Sullivan flying high in this marking attempt. Photos courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.
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Pts 68 60 44 38 32 22 8 0
Goalkickers Jason McCrae Dartmoor John Bell Heywood Darcy Russell Coleraine Lachlan McKenzie Cavendish Peter Downs Branx-Wallace Michael Oldfield Dartmoor Reece Cracknell Westerns Mick Wilson Heywood Justin Lynch Dartmoor Jake Patterson Westerns
98 82 52 40 38 38 33 30 29 29
SOCCER South East Women’s Football Association Seniors City 6 (J. Smith 3; N. Browne, S. McCarthy, Own goal) d Villa 0; United 2 (S. Mariano, R. Sullivan) d County 0); Palace 4 (K. Seiler 2; T. Andrews, J. Ditcham) d Millicent 0; Wanderers 8 (T. Long 4; A. Calderwood, M. Sims, M. Holland, A. Cooper) d Portland 0. Juniors Palace 3 (K. Payne 2; E. Firth) d Millicent 2 (A. Canala, C. Fabris); Wanderers 1 (A. Jolley) d County 1 (B. Thomson).
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KNTFL - A Grade
East Gambier 4.4 9.6 11.9 14.12 (96) Millicent 1.0 1.3 5.4 7.7 (49) Goals - East: K. Thomson 10; S. Balshaw, C. Smith, N. Lock, M. McCallum. Millicent: H. Gordon 3; H. Nitschke 2; J. Grimes, D. Shanks. Best - East: K. Thomson, M. McCallum, M. Kieselbach, C. Smith, N. Lock, C. Anderson. Millicent: M. Redman, H. Gordon, B. Kenny, C. Denton, J. Walker, C. Thomson. North Gambier 7.3 14.4 19.7 25.10 (160) Casterton Sandford 2.5 3.6 8.11 8.11 (59) Goals - North: J. McConnell 9; N. Moretti 5; N. Blachut, B. Egan, P. Perry 2; H. Telford, M. Walmsley-Pace, R. O’Grady, M. Chapman, B. Stafford. Casterton Sandford: D. Ryan 4; N. Upton, A. Richardson 2. Best - North: B. Egan, B. Stafford, S. Whelan, M. McInerney, M. Quirk, N. Bartezko. Casterton Sandford: D. Ayton, D. Ryan, A. O’Connell, D. Wombwell, J. Stephenson. South Gambier 4.2 12.7 13.10 16.14 (110) West Gambier 5.2 5.6 7.11 9.16 (70) Goals - South: B. Exelby 4; S. Walker 3; S. Berkefeld, M. Berekfeld 2; J. Tentye, B. Howard, B. Cordy, B. O’Neil, B. Kain, M. Weistra. West: B. Wilson 3; J. Schapel 2; S. Wenman, N. Lewis, A. Gibbs, K. O’Brien. Best - South: B. O’Neil, S. Berkefeld, B. Howard, B. Kain, D. Stratford. West: B. Wilson, N. Lewis, A. kennedy, J. Pfitzner, A. Kamara, D. Robbins,
Keith 5.1 10.5 16.9 24.14 (158) Lucindale 5.4 10.9 13.10 15.14 (104) Goals - Keith: B. Simounds 8; B. Framer 5; T. redden, P. Makin 3; B. King 2; J. Newton, M. Boin, H. Gill. Lucindale: S. Mardling 4; A. Smart, R. McInerney 3; T. Menz 2; J. Teakle, S. Logan, S. McGurk. Best - Keith: G. Johnson, J. Newton, B. Simounds, H. Gill, A. Stopp, T. Redden. Lucindale: M. Snowball, R. McInerney, S. Mardling, D. McCarthy, J. Teakle, S. McGurk. Bordertown 2.5 6.12 12.22 17.28 (130) Kybybolite 0.4 3.6 4.11 8.12 (60) Goals - Bordertown: J. Jarrett 6; L. Staple 4; T. Harkness 2; N. Clark, T. Devitt, T. Wheelen, M. Hayes, N. Hampel. Kybybolite: S. Carberry 3; T. Hines 2; M. Schinckel, C. Sandercock, S. Shepherd. Best - Bordertown: R. Tink, A. Diment, J. Jarrett, L. Staple, N. Hewett, N. Clark. Kybybolite: M. Schinckel, J. McKay, C. Sandercock, T. Cooper, D. Ogilvie, B. Kurtzer. Penola 8.5 13.11 26.12 38.16 (244) Naracoorte 1.1 3.5 4.6 6.6 (42) Goals - Penola: A. Merrett 20; B. Foster 5; B. McIntyre, M. Willson 3; S. Jackman, J. Copping, R. Smyth 2; A. Moore. Naracoorte: J. Cother 3; J. Dixon 2; T. Burns. Best - Penola: A. Merrett, B. McIntyre, M. Willson, A. Moore, J. Galpin, T. Bailey. Naracoorte: M. Gill, J. Dixon, S. Willson, J. Cother, J. Gilbert, Z. Donnelly. Mundulla 3.4 8.7 10.10 12.14 (86) Kaniva-Leeor 1.4 1.5 4.8 8.9 (57) Goals - Mundulla: L. Wiese 3; D. Burgess, B. Packer, S. Luckett 2; J. Mock, H. Trenorden, G. Obst. Kaniva Leeor: L. Ryan 4; D. Williams 3; J. Merrett. Best - Mundulla: G. Obst, H. Thorpe, L. Duell, N. Davis, T. Ballinger, H. Trenorden. Kaniva-Leeor:S. Vivian, D. Williams, J. Turner, S. Stallion, J. Hicks, J. Larocca. Padthaway 6.1 9.7 15.12 21.13 (139) Kingston 3.0 5.4 6.6 8.12 (60) Goals - Padthaway: T. McLennan 6; S. Welsh, B. Gunning 3; S. Townsend, J. Brice 2; J. Teakle, C. Marshall, J. Dicker, T. Hindmarsh, J. Degabriele. Kingston: J. Hyland, B. Warner, S. Braidwood 2; J. Austin, H. Rothall. Best - Padthaway: J. Orton, T. McLennan, B. Gunning, J. Degabriele, B. Ettridge, A. Longbottom. Kingston: T. Baker, J. Austin, R. Cuneen, M. Williams, B. Warner, J. Gluyas.
% Pts North Gambier 185.49 27 South Gambier 190.28 23 West Gambier 100.73 16 Casterton Sandford 86.72 14 East Gambier 71.15 10 Millicent 39.10 0
• Ebony Clark lines up this shot as Port MacDonnell’s Michelle Lewis pressures the ball. Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne. • Marie Lewis delivers the ball into the unguarded space to her coach Tamara Ferguson. Photo courtesy of Karen Cawthorne.
Goalkickers Justin McConnell Brett Exelby Kevin Thomson Nick Moretti Josh Stephenson Dylan Ryan Simon Berkefeld
North Gambier South Gambier East Gambier North Gambier Casterton Sandford Casterton Sandford South Gambier
65 63 58 42 35 27 27
East Gambier 17.11 (113) d Millcient 3.1 (19) North Gambier 14.12 (96) d Casterton Sandford 8.5 (53) South Gambier d West Gambier (no details available)
17 & under
East Gambier 25.27 (177) d Millicent 0.0 (0) North Gambier 21.7 (133) d Casterton Sandford 3.4 (22) South Gambier 12.5 (77) d West Gambier 3.10 (28)
East Gambier 12.20 (92) d Millicent 1.2 (8) Casterton Sandford 5.8 (38) d North Gambier 3.5 (23) South Gambier d West Gambier (no details available)
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Padthaway Penola Mundulla Kaniva Leeor Keith Bordertown Naracoorte Lucindale Kingston Border Districts Kybybolite
Adam Merrett Daniel Burgess Scott Welsh Clint Barras Leigh Ryan Sam Mardling Dylan Williams Scott Carberry Ben Simounds Brodie Foster
% 67.67 70.04 63.81 57.19 54.52 55.40 40.12 46.11 35.71 34.56 31.28
Pts 52 44 44 44 36 32 20 16 8 8 8
Penola Mundulla Padthaway Border Districts Kaniva Leeor Lucindale Kaniva Leeor Kybybolite Keith Penola
104 60 54 52 50 49 45 44 42 34
Keith 20.16 (136) d Lucidnale 1.0 (6); Bordertown 19.15 (129) d Kybybolite 4.4 (28); Naracoorte 10.16 (76) d Penola 5.5 (35); Mundulla 16.12 (108) d Kaniva Leeor 11.6 (72); Padthaway 7.16 (58) d Kingston 4.5 (29).
• Above - West Gambier’s Linda Boylan takes this ball strongly during A Reserve action at Malseed Park at the weekend.
Western Border Netball
Keith 14.9 (93) d Lucindale 7.5 (47); Bordertown 7.9 (51) d Kybybolite 4.11 (35); Penola 10.6 (66) d Naracoorte 7.11 (53)Kaniva Leeor 10.10 (70) d Mundulla 10.7 (67); Kingston 15.9 (99) d Padthaway 1.0 (6).
North Gambier 51 (A. Duncan, A. Bryant) d Casterton Sandford 35 (E. Brewster, M. Cleary); Millicent 75 (D. Denton, D. Jolley) d East Gambier 40 (T. Gray, E. McKay); West Gambier 62 (C. Trevilyan, L. Cram) d South Gambier 42 (M. Markiewicz, N. Butler).
Naracoorte 9.8 (62) d Penola 1.3 (9); Kaniva Leeor 8.7 (55) d Mundulla 2.0 (12); Kingston 10 3 (63) d Padthaway 0.0 (0). Download the Lifestyle1 app for full details, including goal kickers & best players.
North Gambier 57 (A. Bryan, K. Bilney) d Casterton Sandford 48 (L. Cleary, E. Milich); East Gambier 58 (K. Lockwood, B. McKay) d Millicent 32 (L. Walker, L. Shanks); South Gambier 48 (A. Cutting, T. Hemmings-Dunn) d West Gambier 41 (L. Holmes, S. Cummins).
KNT Netball - A Grade • Rebecca Humphries
• Tanya Thomson
North Gambier 51 (L. Kamphius, B. Willoughby) d Casterton Sandford 50 (B. Tierney, T. McIntosh); East Gambier 70 (B. Davis,Z. Cornolo) d Millicent 38 (P. Haines, L. Sims); West Gambier 49 (C. Somerfield, G. Hunter) d South Gambier 41 (L. Copping, K. McIntyre-Clarke).
Keith 45 (M. Harper. A. Schrieber) d Lucindale 27 (M. Gear, N. Smart); Bordertown 53 (N. Twigden, H. Densley) d Kybybolite 41 (A. Walker, S. Srnold); Penola 39 (S. Skeer) d Naracoorte 33 (M. Pretlove); Mundulla 66 (A. Excell, M. Nankivell) d Kaniva Leeor 41 (K. O’ Neill, M. Carter); Padthaway 40 (E. Edwards, A. Northcott) d Kingston 29 (Y. Stewart, J. Smart). Download the Lifestyle1 app for a full list of results.
Round 17 - August 16
Kybybolite v Keith; Naracoorte v Bordertown; Border Districts v Penola; Lucidnale v Kaniva Leeor; Mundulla v Padthaway; Kingston - bye.
Casterton Sandford 59 (M. Hamill, K. Harvey) d North Gambier 39 (A. Beames, I. Hardacre); East Gambier 49 (C. Lock, M. Wichman) d Millicent 33 (B. Grosser, M. Varcoe); South Gambier 60 (B. Fuller, K. Torney) d West Gambier 45 (R. Humphries, D. Stratman).
17 & Under
Casterton Sandford 40 (T. Guthrie, C. Outtram) d North Gambier 26 (A. Hood, E. Pietsch); East Gambier 47 (E. McKay, K. Loughhead) d Millicent 21 (Z. Brown, L. Walker); South Gambier 41 (M. Hein, L. Mutch) d West Gambier 25 (O. McEvoy, M. Teakle)..
15 & Under
North Gambier 61 (K. Horrigan, L. Ross) d Casterton Sandford 14 (D. Mutch, T. Mutch); East Gambier 78 (K. Amy, B. McKay) d Millicent 19 (M. Turner, M. Varcoe); South Gambier 54 (O. Duklaksis, K. Roachock) d West Gambier 21 (E. Stevens, C. Tirabassi).
13 & Under
North Gambier 47 (T. Bosko, O. Patzel) d Casterton Sandford 10 (M. Mutch, B. Gibbs); Millicent 31 (T. Werchon, I. Turner) d East Gambier 21 (N. Smith, I. Sneath); South Gambier 54 (J. Adams, C. Edmonds) d West Gambier 7 (E. Coleman, H. Witherow).
Round 16 - August 16
South Gambier v North Gambier; East Gambier v West Gambier; Casterton Sandford v Millicent.
• Above - West Gambier’s Ashley Earl looks to deliver the ball into the shooting circle.
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• Above - South Gambier’s Ashlee Cutting delivers the ball to goal shooter Tanya Thomson during A Reserve action at the weekend.
Local Sport A champion on & off court
Stacy Chapman is the kind of player every club wants – supremely consistent, hard working and willing to roll her sleeves up on and off the court. You could run through Stacy’s playing resume alone and North Gambier would have every reason to be thrilled with just what Stacy has helped the club achieve but when you add to that six years on the committee, including a five year stint from 2004-’08 that included four years as secretary, regular umpiring commitments and a few stints coaching both juniors and senior line-ups and Stacy has been invaluable. Opposition teams might have seen this slightly built goaler and some time mid courter and wondered what trouble this smiling Tiger could cause. The answer is plenty. She is a creative player who controls whatever attack line she lines up in. An accurate finisher she is a smart player who uses her pace to great effect and is always looking to bring her team mates into the contest. A strong voice on court, Stacy leads by example with her workrate – working hard both with ball in hand and without. She started with the Tigers in 2000 in the 17 & under team and finished runnerup in the club best and fairest, a feat she repeated the following season before progressing the senior ranks where she debuted in B grade in 2002. Stacy played in the B grade line-up for three seasons, capping that chapter of her life as a North Gambier player with a premiership in 2004. She debuted in A Reserve in 2005 and was honoured with the captaincy in 2006. By 2008 she was the coach of the A Reserve, a role she has resurrected this season. In 2011, she turned her coaching hand to the 17 & Under team, alongside younger sister Michelle Turnbull. It was the season she also finished runner-up in the club’s A Reserve best & fairest. After having 2012 off, Stacy returned to the A Reserve court in 2013 and was again runner-up in the club best and fairest before going one better in 2013 when she was the Western Border Netball Association A Reserve best and fairest. This season, Stacy is coaching and playing alongside many of her long time friends from Tigerland and the team is sitting in second at the moment in what is one of the most competitive grades in the competition this season. There is no doubt Stacy would be looking to add to that 2004 B Grade premiership by going all the way this season.
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Tenacious defender reaches 100
Tenacious, determined, tight checking – ask any opposition shooter and at least one of those words would immediately come to mind when describing North Gambier defender Alannah Campbell. Not many goalers relish playing the Tiger goal defence – her relentless attack on the ball makes for a long day at the office with her opponent having to work harder than usual to shake off the defender as well as knowing she will contest every possession. As strong on the ground as she is in the air, Alannah can fill any of the back three defensive posts and she works just as hard as a driving option through the mid court. Last weekend she played her 100th game as a Tiger and she would be happy to see her A grade team mates starting to find some consistency ahead of this season’s finals, racking up their third consecutive victory with a solid win over Casterton Sandford. And Alannah’s impact has not been limited to the court. She has served on the committee, been a regular umpire and is currently the coach of the 17 & under team. And Alannah has been the Shirley Underwood Medalist in the past two ANZAC Day clashes in a sure sign, the big stage holds no fear for her.
Fifty games for young Tiger She is best known for her softball prowess but Amber Hood is no slouch on the netball court either. She brings the same competitive spirit and determination to her netball and her pace and athleticism troubles all opposition mid courters. Amber played her 50th game for North Gambier at the weekend after starting her career in the Mount Gambier Netball Association. She is an outstanding talent with her ability to find her goalers in space with her good vision and clever passing and she also is a hard working defensive player, chasing down loose balls, using her elevation to great effect and always refusing to concede.
Below (top) - Alannah Campbell with club president Sharon Day as she is congratulated for reaching 100 games. Below (bottom left) - Alannah Campbell competes in the air with Donna Denton during the 2014 Elastoplast Cup grand final. Below (bottom right) - Alannah Campbell winning her second consecutive Shirley Under Wood Medal on ANZAC Day,
• Above - West Gambier 15 & under player Georgia Hunter on the fly. • Below (left) - West Gambier 15 & under shooter Stacey Stott looks to convert this opportunity. • Below (right) - Kirby Hunter looks to release this centre pass during 15 & under action at Malseed Park at the weekend.
Above - Stacy Chapman is congratulated on her 200 game milestone by North Gambier Netball Club president Sharon Day. Below (left) - Stacy Chapman with her 2013 WBNA A Reserve best & fairest trophy and runner-up Charity Selleck. Below (right) - Stacy Chapman in action in 2014.
MGNA Netball - A Grade Hobitz 54 (C. McKinnon, T. Hayes) d Vicis 41 (J. King, A. Jones); Saints 50 (P. Douglas, P. Primmer) d Intruders 20 (E. Hart, K. White); Zodiacs 91 (R. Laslett, A. Fraser) d Nomads 26 (N. Phillips, S. Koopman). Download the Lifestyle1 app for a full list of results.
BASKETBALL South East Coast Basketball League Men’s A Grade Bulldogs 75 (S. Berkefeld 28; C. Millard 14; M. Berkefeld 12) d Cougars 64 (S. Stafford 25; B. Tremelling 16; T. Bird 9); Panthers 90 (T. Brown 32; D. Brown 24; B. Close 12) d Millicent 61 (J. Murphy 27; J. Telfer 12; B. Wilson 9); Wizards 79 (N. Morrison 32; B. Rathjen 16; P. Loring 12) d Roos 76 (M. Makuer 28; M. Bachmann 18; B. Bachmann 13) Women’s A Grade Millicent 60 (O. Fuller 18; J. Howe 1; E. Watson 10) d Cougars 48 (M, Russell 29; C. Horrigan 9; E. Cunningham 4); Roos 56 (R. Hines 29; M. Markiewicz 20; A. Kalantarian 4) d Panthers 48 (B. McKay 22; B. Walters 11; A. Smith 8)
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SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Sunrise 5.00 World Watch 1.00 Costa’s 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Today Garden Odyssey 1.30 Inspector 9.00 The Morning Show Encore 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 9.30 Mornings Rex 2.25 Wonderful Indonesia 11.30 Seven Morning News 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold 11.00 Na onal News 12.00 The Midday Movie 2.30 NITV News Week 3.00 & The Beau ful Encore 8.00 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show France 24 News 3.30 Al Jazeera Deadly Family Secrets (M) Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 1.00 Alive And Cooking 10 11.00 The Living Room News 4.00 The Journal 1.30 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on Clu er Buster Special 12.00 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 3.00 The Chase 4.30 PBS Newshour Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.30 Global Village Oﬀspring 3.00 Judge Judy 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Tales From The Bush 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute Lqarder - Mud Crabs 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 WIN News 6.00 Seven News 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.00 Be er Homes And 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.30 The Bri sh 8.00 The Big Bang Theory Gardens 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.25 Australia’s Secret 8.30 The Friday Movie 7.30 2014 AFL Season 6.00 Family Feud Heroes Carlton v Geelong 6.30 The Project 9.30 14 Diaries Of The The Nanny Diaries (PG) 7.30 The Living Room Great War 10.40 The Late Movie Can the Blues cause an 8.30 T.B.A. 10.30 SBS World News Late Analyze That (M) upset? 9.30 The Friday Movie 11.00 Movie: The Sex Of 12.40 All Australian News 11.00 Oﬀ The Bench Tropic Thunder (AV15+) 1.40 A Current Aﬀair Angels (MA) 11.30 Harry’s Prac ce 11.40 The Project Encore 12.55 Movie: The Swimsuit 12.00 Harry’s Prac ce 2.10 Movie: Diner (M) 12.40 The Late Show Issue (M) 12.30 Home Shopping 4.00 Extra GO 5.00 Thundercats 5.30 The Looney GEM 4.30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 7 TWO 5.30 Movie: Hatching Pete (G) Tunes Show 6.00 Movie: Happily N’Ever 5.30 The People’s Court 6.30 Friends 7.30 Be er Homes & Gardens 8.30 A er 2: Sno Whte Another Bite At The 7.30 Football: Eels v Bulldogs (Live) 10.00 Escape To The Country 9.30 Australia’s Apple (G) 7.30 Movie: Zookeeper (PG) Movie: Copycat (M) 12.30 Movie: Body Best Houses 10.00 Fantasy Homes By 9.40 Movie: Easy A (M) 11.30 Beware Heat (MA) 2.50 Movie: The Great St The Sea 11.00 Cowboy Builders 12.00 The Batman 12.00 Regular Show Trinians Train Robbery (G) 4.35 Friends Downsize Me 1.00 Bargain Hunt
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Saturday Disney 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.00 rage 6.00 Ready Steady Cook 7.00 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 6.30 Dora The Explorer 11.30 Catalyst Good Chef Bad Chef 7.30 Avon 10.00 The Morning Show 7.00 Weekend Today 12.00 Australian Story Descent 2014 8.30 Studio 10 - Weekend 10.00 Mornings 12.30 The Restaurant 11.00 Jamie’s Great Britain 12.00 Dr Oz Inspector 12.00 The Living Room Encore 12.00 Fishing Australia 1.00 The Neighbors 12.30 Hot In Cleveland 1.30 QI: Gardens 1.00 The Talk 1.30 2014 AFL Season 1.00 Partners 2.00 Agatha Chris e’s Poirot: 2.00 Weekend Feast The Big Four (PG) Gold Coast v Pt Adelaide 3.00 I Fish 1.30 Wild Life of Tim Faulkner 3.25 Movie: Come Back, 4.00 What’s Up! Downunder 2.00 The A ernoon Movie 5.00 Wild Vets Li le Sheba (PG) 4.30 Everyday Gourmet 5.30 Out of The Blue The Dust Factory (PG) 5.00 What’s Your Story? 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Seven News 4.00 House Husbands 5.10 River Co age 6.00 A enborough’s Ark 6.30 AFL Pre-Game Show 5.00 News: First At Five 6.00 Saturday Landline 7.00 Rugby: The 2014 Castrol 5.30 Getaway 7.00 2014 AFL Season 6.30 Gardening Australia Edge Championship Adelaide v Richmond 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 ABC News (Live) Aust v NZ 10.30 T.B.A. 7.00 The Saturday Movie 7.30 Father Brown 9.30 Movie: Speed (M) 12.10 Go On Bring It On (PG) 8.20 New Tricks 12.00 Have You Been Paying 12.35 The Late Movie 9.00 Movie: Friends With 9.20 The Doctor Blake A en on? Changeling (AV) Benefits (MA) Mysteries 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 It Is Wri en Oceania 11.15 Movie: Rock Star (M) 10.15 The IT Crowd 4.30 It Is Wri en 4.00 Home Shopping 1.20 Movie: West (AV) 11.05 Reality Check 5.00 Hour of Power 5.00 Dr Oz 3.10 Spyforce 7 MATE 4.00 Horsepower TV 4.30 ELEVEN 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 ONE HD 4.00 Fishing Edge 4.30 Reel Muscle Car 5.00 Shannon’s Legends Britain & Ireland’s Next Top Model 6.00 Ac on 5.00 Escape With ET 6.00 Get of Motorsport 6.00 Extreme 4x4 6.30 Becker 7.00 Raymond 8.00 T.B.A. 10.00 Smart 6.30 Monster Jam 7.30 50 Years Movie: Pirates of The Caribbean: On Sex And The City 10.40 T.B.A. 11.40 The Young 9.30 Law & Order: SVU 10.30 The Stranger Tides (PG) 9.30 Movie: Paul Loop 2.10 Becker 2.35 Everybody Loves Killing 11.30 48 Hours 12.30 Bellator (AV) 11.40 Movie: Infesta on (AV) Raymond 3.00 Becker MMA 2.30 American Digger
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.00 Ready Steady Cook 7.00 1.00 Road Movie: John 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 6.30 Dora The Explorer Good Chef Bad Chef 7.30 Avon Adams (PG) 10.00 The Morning Show 7.00 Weekend Today Descent 2014 8.30 Studio 10 2.10 Piano Notes - Weekend 10.00 Mornings 11.00 Jamie’s Great Britain 2.20 Ai Weiwei: The Fake 12.00 Dr Oz 12.00 The Living Room Encore 12.00 Fishing Australia Case 1.00 The A ernoon Movie 12.30 Hot In Cleveland 1.00 The Talk 4.00 Photo G-Force (PG) 1.00 Wild Life of Tim Faulkner 2.00 Weekend Feast 4.30 PBS Newshour 3.00 2014 AFL Season 1.30 The A ernoon Movie 3.00 I Fish 5.30 Civilisa on: Is The The Dust Factory (PG) Sydney v St Kilda 4.00 What’s Up! Downunder West History? 4.00 House Husbands 6.00 Seven News 4.30 Everyday Gourmet 6.30 SBS World News 5.00 News: First At Five 6.30 2014 AFL Season 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.30 Expedi on Burma 5.30 Getaway Adelaide v Richmond 6.00 Modern Family 8.30 Duck Quacks Don’t Echo 6.00 Na onal News The Crows host the Tigers 6.30 A enborough’s Ark at the Adelaide Oval Miranda Hart, Stephen 7.30 Rugby: The 2014 Castrol 7.00 The Saturday Movie looking to exact revenge Graham & Richard Aoyade The Spy Next Door Edge Championship a er the Tigers beat them 9.00 The Saturday Movie 9.25 Movie: A ack The (Live) Aust v NZ by 38 points last me. Block (MA) Salt (M) 10.00 Have You Been Paying 11.05 Movie: Four Lions (M) 11.00 T.B.A. 11.00 Movie: Dorian Gray (AV) 11.00 Movie: Speed (M) 12.55 Movie: REC (MAV) 1.10 Movie: Honky Tonk 12.10 Go On 1.30 Infomercial 2.20 Movie: Dororo (MAV) Freeway (M) 12.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Home Shopping 4.55 Adbc Bitesize 3.10 Spyforce 5.00 Dr Oz 4.30 It Is Wri en GO 3.00 Extra 3.30 Surfsport 4.30 The GEM 1.55 Movie: The Old Man And The 7 TWO 2.30 Globe Guides 3.00 Travel Oz Cube 5.30 Regular Show 6.00 Adventure Sea (PG) 3.40 Movie: Khartoum (G) 6.30 3.30 Movie: A Walton Easter (PG) 5.30 Time 6.30 Movie: Superman II (PG) Secret Dealers 7.30 An ques Roadshow Movie: Beverly Hills Chihuahua (PG) 7.30 9.10 Movie: Batman Returns (PG) 11.50 8.30 CSI 9.30 CSI: NY 10.30 CSI: Miami Movie: A Knight’s Tale (PG) 10.15 Movie: Beware The Batman 12.20 Riding Giants 11.20 Rizzoli & Isles 12.20 Movie: The Field Of Dreams (PG) 12.30 Movie: See (M) 2.30 Nikita Old Man And The Sea (PG) No Evil, Hear No Evil (M)
TV GUIDE SATURDAY, AUGUST 16
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Today 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 9.00 The Morning Show Encore 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 9.30 Mornings Country House Rescue 11.00 11.30 Seven Morning News 11.00 Na onal News 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold Expedi on Tiger 12.00 ABC 12.00 The Midday Movie 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show News 1.00 Code of Silence 2.00 & The Beau ful Encore 8.00 Reaper (M) Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 1.00 Alive And Cooking Kitchen Cabinet 2.30 Tractor 2.00 The Daily Edi on 1.30 Extra 10 11.00 T.B.A. 12.00 Dr Phil Monkeys 3.00 An ques Master 3.00 The Chase 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 3.30 Midsomer Murders 5.00 1.00 The Doctors 4.00 Seven News at 4 3.00 Na onal News Now ABC News 5.30 The Drum 6.00 2.00 Oﬀspring 5.00 Deal Or No Deal 4.15 Na onal News Eggheads 6.30 QI 7.00 ABC 3.00 Judge Judy 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 5.30 Hot Seat News 7.30 7.30 (SA) 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Seven News 6.00 Na onal news 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 8.00 Catalyst 6.30 Today Tonight 6.30 A Current Aﬀair 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.30 The Time of Our Lives 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 9.30 The Dreamhouse 8.00 Special: Hercules The 8.40 The Footy show (AFL) 6.00 Family Feud 10.00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 10.40 The Footy Show (NRL) 10.30 Lateline 6.30 The Project Human Bear 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 12.30 All Australian News 11.05 The Business 9.00 Movie: Ted (MA) 1.30 A Current Aﬀair 8.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. 11.30 Agony Aunts 11.30 T.B.A. 2.00 The Middle 10.30 Ripper Street 12.00 Waking The Dead 1.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Extra 12.30 The Late Show 12.55 Anatomy 4.00 NBC Today 3.00 Danoz 1.30 Home Shopping 1.25 The Jonathan Ross Show 5.00 Sunrise Extra 3.30 Good Morning America 2.30 Football: WAFL 4.00 Life Today 5.30 Seven Early News 7 MATE 5.30 Mythbusters 6.30 Seinfeld ELEVEN 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King of ONE HD 5.00 I Fish 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 7.30 Doomsday Preppers 8.30 Ta oo Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 M*A*S*H 7.30 Enlisted 8.00 Last Man Nightmares 9.30 Bad Ink 10.30 Bizarre Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 Standing 8.30 Movie: True Jus ce: Urban ER 11.30 Sportsfan Clubhouse 12.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 8.00 Rules of Warfare (M) 10.30 Die On Your Feet Zoom TV 1.00 Movie: Black Dog (M) Engagement 9.00 Don’t Trust The B.... 11.05 Brand X with Russell Brand 12.05 3.00 Repo Games 4.00 Scare Tac cs 9.30 Movie: Grease 2 (PG) Whose Line Is It Anyway?
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TV GUIDE SUNDAY, AUGUST 17 TV GUIDE MONDAY, AUGUST 18
SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Art A ack 6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend 6.30 Fish Hooks 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Joseph The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 9.00 Insiders 10.00 7.00 Weekend Sunrise Prince: New Crea on Church Today 10.00 Financial Review Oﬀsiders 10.30 The World This 10.00 AFL Game Day 7.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 8.30 Sun. 10.30 Wide World of Week 11.00 7.30 (SA) 11.30 11.30 T.B.A. Sports 11.30 The Sunday Footy Songs of Praise 12.00 Landline Studio 10: Sunday 10.00 The 1.00 Footy Flashbacks Show (AFL) 1.00 Footy SA 1.00 Gardening Australia 1.30 Bolt Report 11.00 Weekend 2.30 2014 AFL Season (Live) Feast 11.55 The Talk The Dreamhouse 2.00 Father 1.30 Surfsport North Melbourne v Brown 3.00 Parkinson 4.00 12.45 Movie: Extraordinary 2.30 Who Do You Think Western Bulldogs Big Ideas Arts 5.00 Midsomer You Are? Measures (PG) 5.30 SA Life Murders 6.30 Compass 7.00 3.30 Endangered 3.00 I Fish 6.00 Seven News ABC News 4.30 Building Ideas 4.00 The Bolt Report Encore 6.30 T.B.A. 5.00 News: First At Five 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.40 Grand Designs Revisited 9.30 Castle 5.30 South Aussie with Cosi 6.00 Bondi Rescue 8.30 ANZAC Girls 11.30 Royal Pains 6.00 Na onal News 6.30 Bondi Vet 9.30 The Tunnell 12.30 Whitney 6.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.30 Modern Family 10.20 Broadchurch 1.00 The Cult 7.40 60 Minutes 8.30 T.B.A. 11.10 Utopia 2.00 Home Shopping 8.40 T.B.A. 11.05 Movie: Martha Marcy 11.35 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 3.00 NBC Today May Marlene (MA15+) 11.40 CSI 12.05 All In The Best Possible 4.00 NBC Meet The Press 12.30 Financial Review Sunday 1.10 48 Hours Taste with Grayson Perry 5.00 Sunrise Extra 1.00 What Would You Do? 2.00 Home Shopping 12.55 Sco & Bailey 5.30 Seven Early News 2.00 Southland 4.00 Life Today 1.40 Hi ng A New High (G) 7 MATE 4.30 Mythbusters 5.30 Seinfeld ELEVEN 2.30 Neighbours 5.00 Britain & ONE HD 5.00 What’s Up Down Under 6.30 Movie: Pirates of The Caribbean: Ireland’s Next Top Model 6.00 Raymond 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Cops 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 The Curse of The Black Pearl (PG) 9.20 6.30 The Simpsons 7.00 Futurama 7.30 Extreme Fishing 8.30 Robson’s Extreme Movie: T.B.A. 12.00 Gaelic Football The Simpsons 8.30 Movie: The Naked Fishing Challenge 9.30 MotoGP 2014 (Live): All Ireland Hurling Semi-Final 2.30 Gun: From The Files of Police Squad (M) - Live: Race 11, Czech Republic 11.30 48 Construc on Zone 3.00 Motor Mate 10.20 Have You Been Paying A en on Hours 12.30 Sleeper Cell 1.35 Omnisport
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Home Shopping 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Creflo Dollar Ministries 6.00 Bubble Guppies 6.30 Dora 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 1.00 Al Jazeera News 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Mass For You The Explorer 7.00 Weekend 10.00 AFL Game Day 1.30 Designer People At Home 7.30 Good Chef Bad Today 10.00 Financial Review 11.30 The Morning Movie 2.00 Speedweek Sun. 10.30 Wide World of Chef 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday Go Figure (G) 4.00 2014 Superbike World Sports 11.30 The Sunday Footy 10.00 The Bolt Report 11.00 1.30 Footy Flashbacks Championship Weekend Feast 11.55 The Talk Show (AFL) 1.00 TAC Cup: 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial Future Stars 12.45 Movie: Extraordinary Kevin Sheedy Profile 5.00 Subaru World of Cycling 3.00 2014 AFL Season (Live) 2.00 Surfsport Measures (PG) 5.30 Who Do You Think 3.00 I Fish North Melbourne v 4.00 Endangered You Are? 4.00 The Bolt Report Encore Western Bulldogs 5.00 News: First At Five 6.30 SBS World News 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Seven News 5.30 Postcards 7.30 Alexander’s Lost World 6.00 Bondi Rescue 6.30 T.B.A. 6.00 Na onal News 8.30 The Curse of J Edgar 6.30 Bondi Vet 9.30 Castle 6.30 The Block Glasshouse Hoover (PG) *Includes New Episode* 7.30 Modern Family 7.40 The Voice Kids 10.15 Masters of Sex 8.30 T.B.A. 11.30 Royal Pains 9.10 60 Minutes 11.20 Kissinger 11.05 Movie: Martha Marcy 12.30 Whitney 10.10 The Mentalist 1.10 The Bible: A History May Marlene (MA15+) 11.40 CSI 1.00 Home Shopping 2.10 Movie: The Admiral 1.10 48 Hours 5.30 Seven Early News 12.30 Financial Review Sunday 1.30 Infomercial 1.00 What Would You Do? 4.25 Living Safely: Preven ng Latest news, sport and 2.30 Home Shopping 2.00 Southland Accidents and Injury in weather from Australia 4.00 Life Today 3.00 Hot In Cleveland Indigenous Communi es and around the world. GO 5.00 Scooby-Doo! Mystery Inc. 5.30 GEM 1.30 Getaway 2.00 Sunday Footy 7 TWO 3.00 Travel Oz 4.30 Movie: Movie: Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Show (NRL) 4.00 Sunday Football: Titans Carry On Loving (PG) 6.30 The Vicar of Dreams (PG) 7.30 Mike & Molly 8.30 v Sea Eagles 6.00 Customs 6.30 Wild Dibley 7.30 Mighty Ships 8.30 Escape To The Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: Ghost China 7.30 Frozen Planet 8.30 Movie: The Country 10.40 Homes Under The Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (M) 11.30 Entrapment (M) 10.45 Rizzoli & Isles Hammer 12.00 Hairy Bikers USA 12.30 Mike & Molly 12.30 Fringe 11.45 Getaway The Bill 3.00 The Kitchen Job
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 9.00 The Morning Show Encore 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 9.30 Mornings ABC News Mornings 10.00 11.30 Seven News 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & 11.00 Na onal News Grand Designs 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 The Midday Movie The Beau ful Encore 8.00 Fam- 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Landline 1.00 Alive And Cooking Thin Air (M) ily Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 2.00 Kitchen Cabinet 2.30 1.30 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on 11.00 Bondi Vet Encore 12.00 Outnumbered 3.00 An ques 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 3.00 The Chase Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Master 3.30 Midsomer Murders 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 Oﬀspring 3.00 Judge Judy 5.00 ABC News 5.30 The Drum 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal or No Deal 6.00 Eggheads 6.30 QI 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 7.00 ABC News 6.00 Na onal news 6.00 Seven News 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.30 7.30 (SA) 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 6.30 Today Tonight 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.00 Australian Story 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.00 Home And Away 6.00 Family Feud 8.30 Four Corners 8.40 House Husbands 7.30 T.B.A. 6.30 The Project 9.20 Media Watch 9.40 Extraordinary Lives 8.40 The Amazing Race 7.30 David A enborough’s 9.35 Q&A 10.40 Footy Classified Australia v New Zealand Natural Curiosi es 10.35 Lateline 11.40 Extra 9.45 The Goldbergs 8.30 Have You Been Paying 11.10 The Business 12.00 All Australian News 10.40 Brynne: My Bedazzled A en on? 11.35 All The Way: Aus V USA 1.00 A Current Aﬀair Diary 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 12.35 Movie: Shane (M) 1.30 Oh Sit! 11.35 Talking Footy 11.30 The Project Encore 2.30 Worlds From The City 2.30 Extra 12.30 Parks and Recrea on 12.30 The Late S how 4.00 The Next Big Thing 7 MATE 6.30 Seinfeld 7.30 Talking ELEVEN 3.30 Cheers 4.00 The King of ONE HD 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Garage Footy 8.30 Pawn Stars 9.30 American Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 Gold 8.00 Undercover Boss 9.00 An Restora on 11.00 Hardcore Pawn 11.30 Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 Idiot Abroad 10.00 Hell’s Kitchen 12.00 SportsFan Clubhouse 12.30 Repo Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 8.00 The Bellator MMA 2.00 Flip Men 2.30 Games 1.30 All Worked Up 2.30 Scare Simpsons 8.30 Witches of East End 9.30 Scrappers 3.00 Hook, Line & Sisters 3.30 Tac cs 3.30 Breaking Point Torchwood 10.30 Dexter Omnisport 4.00 Rugby Classic Match
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 Dino Gangs Encore 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 9.30 Mornings 11.30 Seven News 1.55 Town With Nicholas 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold 11.00 Na onal News 12.00 The Midday Movie Crane & The Beau ful Encore 8.00 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Thin Air (M) 3.00 France 24 News Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 1.00 Alive And Cooking 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.30 Al Jazeera News 10 11.00 Bondi Vet Encore 1.30 Extra 3.00 The Chase 4.00 The Journal 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 4.00 Seven News at 4 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 2.00 Oﬀspring 3.00 Judge Judy 3.00 Na onal News Now 5.00 Deal or No Deal 5.00 A Year At Kew 4.15 Na onal News 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 5.30 Global Village 5.30 Hot Seat 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam 6.00 Seven News 6.00 WIN News 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.00 Home And Away 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.30 T.B.A. 7.30 Mythbusters 8.40 House Husbands 6.00 Family Feud 8.30 Michael Mosley: Vets In 8.40 The Amazing Race 9.40 Extraordinary Lives 6.30 The Project Australia v New Zealand 7.30 David A enborough’s The Disaster Zone 10.40 Footy Classified 9.45 The Goldbergs 9.30 Legally Brown 11.40 Extra Natural Curiosi es 10.40 Brynne: My Bedazzled 10.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 12.00 All Australian News 8.30 Have You Been Paying Diary 10.30 SBS World News Late 1.00 A Current Aﬀair A en on? 11.35 Talking Footy 11.00 The World Game 1.30 Oh Sit! 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 12.30 Parks and Recrea on 11.30 Borgen 2.30 Extra 11.30 The Project Encore 1.00 Home Shopping 12.40 Shorts On Screen 3.00 Danoz 12.30 The Late S how 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 Midsomer Murders 10.10 Silent Witness Hunt 7.30 Ci es of The Underworld 8.30 Theory 8.00 Top Gear 9.30 Movie: 11.30 Friends 12.00 Footy Classified 1.00 Foyle’s War 10.45 Waking The Dead Warrior (M) 12.20 Go Surround Sound Dangerman 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 11.50 Murder In Mind 1.00 Bargain Hunt 12.30 Top Gear 2.00 TMZ Live Joyce Meyer, Enjoy Everyday Life 2.00 Four In A Bed
TEN SA The Bachelor Australia Thursday, 7.30pm The single date is a game of double or nothing. Two Bachelore es are invited out on a roman c escape with Blake, but only one girl will return to the mansion.
SBS ONE Vets In The Disaster Zone Monday, 8.30pm Michael Mosley travels to the Philippines in the a ermath of Typhoon Haiyan looking at the animals caught up in the crisis and the specialist team of vets who have come to save their lives. He discovers what mo vates this team to travel to some of the most dangerous places on earth to help animals.
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TV GUIDE TUESDAY, AUGUST 19 TV GUIDE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20
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 Country House Rescue 11.00 12.00 The Midday Movie Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Four Corners 11.45 Media Gone In The Night (M) Studio 10 11.00 A Taste of Travel 1.00 Alive And Cooking Watch 12.00 ABC News 1.00 1.30 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on 11.30 Lorraine Pascale: Baking Q&A 2.00 Kitchen Cabinet 2.30 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 3.00 The Chase Made Easy 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Outnumbered 3.00 An ques 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 The Doctors 2.00 Oﬀspring Master 3.30 Midsomer Murders 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal or No Deal 5.00 ABC News 5.30 The Drum 3.00 Judge Judy 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 6.00 Eggheads 6.30 QI 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Na onal news 6.00 Seven News 7.00 ABC News 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 6.30 Today Tonight 7.30 7.30 (SA) 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.00 Home And Away 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Bringing Sexy Back 8.30 The War That Changed 6.00 Family Feud 9.40 To Catch A Smuggler 8.30 Winners & Losers Us: Answering The Call 6.30 The Project 10.40 Arrow 9.30 Chicago Fire 9.30 At The Movies 7.30 Save With Jamie 11.35 Extra 11.30 Men At Work 10.00 Jennifer Byrne Presents 8.30 NCIS 12.00 All Australian News 12.00 Happy Endings 10.30 Lateline 9.30 Under The Dome 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 1.00 Home Shopping 11.05 The Business 10.30 Blue Bloods 1.30 20/20 4.00 NBC Today 11.30 Four Corners 11.30 The Project Encore 2.30 Extra 5.00 Sunrise Extra 12.15 Media Watch 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 4.30 Temporary 7.30 Mythbusters 8.30 World’s Craziest Queens 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 Australians 5.00 I Fish 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 Fools 9.30 Family Guy 11.00 American Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 T.B.A. 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 David A enborough’s Dad 12.00 Eastbound & Down 12.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 7.30 Rules The Life of Mammals 9.30 48 Hours SportsFan Clubhouse 1.30 Detroit 1-8-7 of Engagement 8.30 New Girl 9.00 Snog 10.30 Movie: Beau ful (AV15+) 12.40 2.30 Scare Tac cs 3.30 Breaking Point Marry Avoid? 10.00 Sex And The City Terriers 1.40 Bellator MMA
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: Songs From 9.00 The Morning Show 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 7.00 9.30 Mornings My Heart 11.30 Seven News Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & The 11.00 Na onal News 3.00 France 24 News 12.00 The Midday Movie Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 3.30 Al Jazeera News Gone In The Night (M) Studio 10 11.00 A Taste of Travel 1.00 Alive And Cooking 4.00 The Journal 2.00 The Daily Edi on 11.30 Lorraine Pascale: Baking 1.30 Extra 4.30 PBS Newshour 3.00 The Chase Made Easy 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 5.30 Global Village 4.00 Seven News at 4 The Doctors 2.00 Oﬀspring 3.00 Na onal News Now 6.00 Food Safari 5.00 Deal or No Deal 4.15 Na onal News 3.00 Judge Judy 6.30 SBS World News 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 5.30 Hot Seat 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 7.30 Who Do You Think 6.00 Seven News 6.00 WIN News 4.00 Everyday Gourmet You Are? 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.30 Insight 7.30 Bringing Sexy Back 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 9.30 Dateline 8.45 Winners & Losers 9.40 To Catch A Smuggler 6.00 Family Feud 10.30 SBS World News Late 9.45 Chicago Fire 10.40 Arrow 6.30 The Project 11.00 New Worlds *Double Episode* 11.35 Extra 7.30 Save With Jamie 11.55 9/11: The Day That 11.40 Men At Work 12.00 All Australian News 8.30 NCIS Changed The World 12.00 Happy Endings 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 9.30 Under The Dome 12.50 Movie: The World Is 12.30 Home Shopping 1.30 20/20 10.30 Blue Bloods Big and Salva on Lurks 1.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Extra 11.30 The Project Encore Around The Corner (M) 5.30 Seven Early News 3.00 Danoz 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 Time 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Poirot 9.10 Midsomer Murders 11.20 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.00 Top Gear 9.00 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 Absolutely Fabulous 12.35 Friends 1.00 Crash Inves ga on Unit 8.30 Air Crash Movie: Wrath of The Titans (M) 11.30 Dangerman 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 Inves ga ons 10.40 Seconds From The Originals 12.30 MAD 1.00 Nikita Joyce Meyer, Enjoy Everyday Life Disaster 11.40 Life A er People
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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 Compass 11.30 Foreign 11.30 Seven News Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & The 11.00 Na onal News Correspondent 12.00 ABC 12.00 The Midday Movie Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show News 12.30 Nat. Press Club 1.00 Alive And Cooking Murder In Mind (M) Studio 10 11.00 T.B.A. 12.00 Dr Address 1.30 Wild Life At The 1.30 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on Phil 1.00 The Doctors Zoo 2.00 Kitchen Cabinet 2.30 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 3.00 The Chase Outnumbered 3.00 An ques 2.00 Oﬀspring 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 Master 3.30 Midsomer Murders 3.00 Judge Judy 4.15 Na onal News 5.00 Deal or No Deal 5.00 ABC News 5.30 The Drum 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 5.30 Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 6.00 Eggheads 6.30 QI 7.00 ABC 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 Na onal news 6.00 Seven News News 7.30 7.30 (SA) 8.00 QI 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 6.30 Today Tonight 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.30 Utopia 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 7.00 Home And Away 6.00 Family Feud 9.00 Reality Check 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Border Security 6.30 The Project 9.30 Head First 9.40 T.B.A. 8.00 The Force 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 10.20 Lateline 11.40 Extra 8.30 Criminal Minds 8.40 Wonderland 10.55 The Business 12.00 All Australian News 10.30 Mo ve 9.40 T.B.A. 11.20 Agony Uncles 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 11.30 Men At Work 10.40 The Good Wife 11.50 The Hour 1.30 Imprac cal Jokers 12.00 The Mindy Project 11.55 The Project Encore 12.50 Addicted To Money 2.00 Extra 1.00 Home Shopping 12.55 The Late Show 1.45 QI: Geography 2.30 Danoz 3.30 Sons And Daughters 2.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Football: VFL, Round 19 7 MATE 5.30 Mythbusters 6.30 Seinfeld ELEVEN 5.00 Beverly Hills 90210 6.00 ONE HD 4.00 Get Smart 4.30 Temporary T.B.A. 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Raymond 7.30 Beverly Hills Pawn 8.30 Hardcore Australians 5.00 I Fish 6.00 T.B.A. Pawn 9.30 American Pickers 11.30 Rude 7.30 The Simpsons 8.00 Futurama 8.30 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 White Collar 8.30 The Simpsons 9.00 Futurama 9.30 The Tube 12.00 Alphas 1.00 The Chaser’s Crisis 9.30 Burn No ce 11.30 Trollied War on Everything 2.00 Home Shopping Simpsons 10.30 Bob’s Burgers 11.00 12.00 Flip Men 12.30 Garage Gold 1.00 Cheers 11.30 The Late Show 3.30 Sons And Daughters American Diger 1.30 Car Torque
SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Sunrise 4.00 UEFA Champions 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Today 9.00 The Morning Show League (Live) 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 7.00 9.30 Mornings 11.30 Seven News 9.30 World Watch Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & The 11.00 Na onal News 12.00 The Midday Movie 1.00 Insight Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Murder In Mind (M) 2.00 Dateline Studio 10 11.00 T.B.A. 12.00 Dr 1.00 Alive And Cooking 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 France 24 News Phil 1.00 The Doctors 1.30 Extra 3.00 The Chase 3.30 Al Jazeera News 2.00 The Block Glasshouse 2.00 Oﬀspring 4.00 Seven News at 4 4.00 The Journal 3.00 Na onal News Now 3.00 Judge Judy 5.00 Deal or No Deal 4.30 PBS Newshour 4.15 Na onal News 3.30 Entertainment Tonight 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 5.30 Global Village 5.30 Hot Seat 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 6.00 Seven News 6.00 Des na on Flavour 6.00 WIN News 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.00 Home And Away 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 The Block Glasshouse 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.30 Border Security 7.30 Wild Arabia 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 6.00 Family Feud Australia’s Front Line 8.30 24 Hours In Emergency 9.40 T.B.A. 6.30 The Project 8.00 The Force - Life Blood 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 11.40 Extra 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 Borgen 12.00 All Australian News 8.40 Wonderland 10.30 Mo ve 10.35 SBS World News Late 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 9.40 Extant 11.10 Movie: A Be er Life (M) 11.30 Men At Work 1.30 Imprac cal Jokers 10.40 The Good Wife 1.10 Movie: Black Field (MA) 12.00 The Mindy Project 2.00 Extra 12.45 The Late Show 12.30 Home Shopping 3.05 Heartbreak Science 2.30 Danoz 1.30 Infomercial 3.30 Good Morning America 2.30 Home Shopping 4.00 UEFA Champions League 5.30 Seven Early 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 Homes Under The Hammer 6.30 Bargain Show 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure 6.30 Friends 7.30 A Current Aﬀair 8.00 RBT 8.30 RPA 9.30 Amazing Medical Hunt 7.30 Rosemary & Thyme 8.30 Lewis Time 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Stories 10.30 Embarrassing Bodies 11.30 10.40 Waking The Dead 11.45 The Bill Auc on Hunters 8.30 The Big Bang My Strange Addic on 12.30 Friends 1.00 1.00 Bargain Hunt 2.00 Home Shopping Theory 9.30 Movie: The Inbetweeners Gideon’s Way 2.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Sons and Daughters 4.00 Dr Oz Movie (MA) 11.30 Two & A Half Men
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ABC 1 ANZAC Girls Sunday, 8.30pm Overcoming intense hardship on the Greek island of Lemnos, Olive and Grace care for the injured troops from the botched August oﬀensive while Elsie fights to nurse her wounded husband Syd.
WIN SA House Husbands Monday, 8.40pm Gemma’s love for Lewis is rekindled when his heart medica on has some unusual side eﬀects. Mark and Abi are seduced by the lavish lifestyle of their wealthy new friends. Jus n’s world is rocked when Lucy makes a life-changing decision.
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AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION
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Chartered Accountants Tax & Business Advisors
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• FASCIA & GUTTER • GARDEN SHEDS • GARAGES • HARDWARE
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• OUTBACK PATIOS • ROOFING:
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Mon - Fri By Appointment Ph (08) 8725 5152
Phone - (08) 8725 3340
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ALL TYPES OF PETS WELCOME
Closed Mondays through winter
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• Electrolysis/Face & Body (permenant hair removal) • Waxing/Face & Body • Facials & Deep Cleansing • Manicures/Pedicures • Lash & Brow Tinting • Ear Candling • Foot Spa Detox
email@example.com BOARDING KENNEL
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Phone 08 8725 6486
0408 083 582
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Head of style Shihan Phil Bates 7th Dan Black Belt 0413 183 928
Smart mortgage advice
Ruth Williams, BCom, Dip FMBM Personal Mortgage Adviser
• home & investment loans • commercial finance • leasing • insurance
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St Pauls Church Hall Penola Road, Mt Gambier PAINTER & DECORATOR
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Ph 0417 859 435 A/H 08 8725 2877
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- Service Pumps & Filters - Chemicals, Spare Parts - Water balancing
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80 series, auto, 8 seater, dual fuel. NWD-584
Auto, cruise, alloy wheels, ABS brakes.
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2011 FORD FOCUS LV MK II LX SPORTS
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2011 HOLDEN CRUZE JG CD
2011 TOYOTA AURION
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