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ISSUE 576 | APRIL 16 – 22, 2015 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

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LOCAL Business awards officially launched The 2015 Influential Women in Business Awards were officially launched last week with a business breakfast at the Commodore on the Park. Thye Limestone Coast Women in Business & Regional Development established the awards scheme and will again convene the awards, which will be presented at an awards ceremony at The Barn on Friday, August 14. Nominations are now open with details available at the Limestone Coast Women in Regional Development & Business website with nominations closing on May 31. The five catgeroeis for the 2015 awards are best business; best small business, young business woman of the year; business woman of the year and community leader. Lifestyel1 sent Lauren Pike to talk to the last winner of the Business Woman of the Year, Toni Vorenas, about her business journey and what the award has meant for her and her business. Having a coffee has never been so contemporary with city-style bakery and cafe Metro quickly becoming one of Mount Gambier’s hottest cafes. Behind this successful and savvy business is a successful woman - Toni Vorenas - winner of the Influential Women in Business Awards ‘Business Woman of the Year’ award for 2013. Two years on from winning the award, her business continues to thrive, leaving Toni amazed by the cafe’s success. Without even knowing of the prestigious awards, Toni received a wonderful surprise when hearing of her anonymous nomination, mainly due to her short time and limited experience in the business industry. “I was surprised because I hadn’t been in business for very long and it was something new altogether,” Toni said. “When you first start a business it’s hard to see your success, you’re too busy picking at the faults and trying to improve and grow. You really need to have confidence in yourself and your business to keep going”. The humble businesswoman admits the award is something she never would’ve aimed for. “when I started the business, winning an award wasn’t a goal,” she said, and instead focuses her goals towards the well- being of her staff and being intuitive and building her business. Toni saw the award as validation and acknowledgement of the hard work of her staff and what they have achieved.” She never would have imagined the success of the business when she began her journey. The growth of the business is an unstoppable train thanks to the smarts of Toni, who utilises the reaches social media and is streetwise in the urban cafe world. “I regard social media as hugely important

to business,” she said. “Every time I use Metro’s Facebook page I can see the impact and I am able to connect with my customers. Facebook is an amazing tool to advertise and share with people what is happening around the business, plus it’s instant. It amazes me.” Toni also researches to spark creativity and the unique style of Metro by subscribing to key industry organisations and pulications, but the key influence over the business is feedback. Metro has recently reaped huge benefits from undergoing a business review, Toni saying Metro is much more efficient because of it. The unique hipster hub’s next addition is the renovation of the Percy street entrance, aiming to transform it into a piece of Melbourne living in the middle of this rural city. “Well, I’d like to tidy and renovate the back of the cafe, the Percy St entrance because a lot of people actually use that alleyway,” Toni said. “I’d love to hire a graffiti artist to paint the walls and transform that path into a cool city laneway and outdoor area with decking and chairs.”, said Toni, who has such artistic visions for the bakery-cafe. Toni is still learning but admits being part of a network like the Women in Business & Regional Development allows business owners to share ideas. “If I knew then what I know now things would have been a lot easier, but all I can say is research is integral to developing a successful business, she said. “Also find someone who can mentor you because no matter what, there is always so much more to learn. You have to be sure your prepared to give up lots of hours to work actually in your business, because you have to see what’s going on to improve; you

can’t build your business from the outside. It’s a huge commitment but it is hugely rewarding.” Asked about her favourite part of the business Toni had no hesitation. “Hands down, the customers, who then become friends to me and the business. We have customers who bring us amazing fresh tomatoes, herbs and produce

that have become very good friends; also bench seating in the cafe was made for us by a customer. Metro is just a giant family”.

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LOCAL From Ireland to Mt Burr Left - Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi presenting Enda Rogers with his Australian Citizenship certificate at a ceremony held in the History Room of the Millicent Public Library on Tuesday. Enda, originally from Ireland, now lives on a property near Mount Burr.

A litany of programs at Mount Gambier Library The Mount Gambier Library is not just an ordinary library where you just go to borrow books, movies, read magazines and use the free wifi; oh no it’s way more than that. Did you know The Mount Gambier Library does introductory lessons to computers and now they also do introductory lessons on tablets with bookings essential. In addition, the Mount Gambier Library runs a Justice of the Peace (JP) service. This service is a volunteer service organised by a JP, available at certain times to get your documents certified. Free City Bike Hire is on hand, of course there are road and safety rules and protective accessories fully equipped to the bikes. The Mount Gambier Library offers story time sessions. The books for story time are selected and chosen by the little big book club. The little big book club (LBBC) is a proudly supported by the government of South Australia through the Department

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the support of Local Government. LBBC picks books for story time in all South Australian Libraries. Each month of so there is a different book, the books chosen are engaging, aged and aimed at under five years and the books always have something crafty the kids can do afterwards. Baby Bounce is held at the Mount Gambier Library on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 to 10.30am. Baby Bounce is aimed at babies from 0 -18months old. It consists of a mixture of rhymes, songs and movements for both the parent/caregiver and the baby and is also a great way to start building on their bonding. Then the next step up from Baby Bounce is Move & Groove targeted at 18-36months old. Still doing rhymes, songs and movements but also involves the big parachute and other fun stuff.

By Hayley Edwards Photo courtesy of Lauren Pike - Head to our facebook page for a full gallery of photos from last week’s Move & Groove session.

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City Snapshot #20

MESSAGE FROM THE CITY

CHARTER FOR CHILDREN

This is my first opportunity as Mayor to contribute to the City Snapshot.

On Universal Children’s Day in 2014 the Mount Gambier Charter for Children was officially launched.

I feel proud to observe how beautiful our City is looking. Every entrance to the City creates a great first impression and Council does receive compliments to this effect. There is a renewed feeling of optimism in the community and Council remains committed to identifying opportunities to ensure our City and Region prospers into the future.

The Charter has been developed by our community for our community. It is a direct response to what children have been telling Council they want from their City, so that they feel connected with it and valued as active citizens.

One of my first official duties as Mayor was to launch Park & Stride. This is a Council initiative to encourage people to park off street and walk for small shopping trips. Apart from being beneficial to people’s health as a form of light exercise, it is good for the local economy and provides a subliminal message to think about a healthy environment.

The City of Mount Gambier congratulate all those businesses and organisations who have signed up to Charter’s principles, and we encourage other businesses, organisations and the broader community to contact us to discuss how they may do things differently, or accommodate elements of the Charter in their own way.

The Railway Lands are really starting to take shape. The grass and trees are looking healthy and many of the public spaces are close to completion. The project is on track to be a clean and green meeting point for our community, within a short walk of the main retail precinct and close to central sporting facilities. Work teams are applying the finishing touches, with a proposed opening in June/July this year.

For further information contact City of Mount Gambier Community Development Officer Alison Brash on (08) 8721 2504.

The Mount Gambier Charter for Children is a landmark document which will form an important foundation for the future as Mount Gambier strives to become the most liveable City in Australia for all of our residents. The Charter is ambitious and consists of nine aspirational principles.

And the Old Laundry Building on the former Mount Gambier Hospital site has regained some of its dignity, offering an impressive view of the City. The refurbishment should be completed within the next couple of months. March has been an eventful month. On the 3rd we welcomed Premier Weatherill and Minister Brock to share in the celebration of the Official Opening of the James Morrison Academy of Music @ UniSA. It was a spectacular day in every sense of the word, even the weather was perfect. The Academy will prove to be a boost to our cultural identity and further enhance our local economy. The Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon. Tony Abbott MP visited our City and Region on 11th and 12th March. Mr Abbott had a very busy schedule, which included a rare opportunity for Members of the Community to meet with him in an informal morning tea at the City Hall. Whilst he was here, I was fortunate enough to have a private meeting with Mr Abbott, to raise issues of concern to the community like health and unemployment. He showed a genuine interest in regional issues and recognised Council’s leadership to drive diversification and broaden our economic development. We also briefly discussed the opportunities the Free Trade Agreement with Korea, Japan and China may present for our region. I look forward to updating the community of our continuing progress through future editions of the City Snapshot.

City of Mount Gambier’s

Charter for Children We listen and respond to the many voices of our children. Our families are engaged in the care, education and development of their children. Our children feel they belong, contribute and are valued citizens of Mount Gambier. Our children are loved, respected, safe and free to be, dream and explore. Our community fosters equity & access for all of our children & their families. Our community is a village of many cultures that raises our children through respect, diversity, cooperation & compassion. Our community is committed to seeing the whole child flourish; creative, physical, social, emotional and intellectual. Our children have a right to connect with natural environments, to explore, play, be challenged and have fun. We are bold in the planning and risk management of initiatives developed for and with our children.

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PARK & STRIDE The Park & Stride campaign is about encouraging people to park in an off street car park within the Mount Gambier city centre and walk to do their small shopping trips. The program was launched in November 2014. Since that time there have been almost 300 Facebook page likes, 143 Surveys completed, over 100 people have made a public commitment to park and stride for small shopping trips, and thousands of Facebook ‘Post Reach’. Why is Council encouraging people to Park & Stride? There are many reasons why parking off-street and walking for small shopping trips is good for the community: • Walking is good for people’s health. • Walking is good for the local economy. • Walking is better for the local environment. Not only is Park & Stride good for your health, you can also get discounts in supportive city centre shops using the PARK & STRIDE Discount Card. To find out what the Discount Card is, how to get one and what the current deals are see the Park & Stride webpage: www.mountgambier.sa.gov.au/parkandstride

THE BIG PLAY DAY OUT – JOHN POWELL RESERVE March’s Big PLAY Day Out was the first large community day at the revitalised John Powell Reserve. Located behind Mulga Street Primary School, and cushioned on the corners of John Powell Drive and Maxwell Street, the Reserve’s recent simple transformation is making a big difference. Featuring undulating ground and hills ideal for rolling down, the site is a terrific play space for local children, offering a large sandpit, an embedded old tree perfect for scrambling over and a bridge made from discarded railway material to traverse the body of water which surrounds the site after a big rain. A path now circles the main play area with a sentry of trees growing alongside. The Big PLAY Day Out offered a chance for hundreds of locals to connect to the site and celebrate the joy of outdoor play. This saw the reserve become a development site for a day, children building a huge cardboard village, devising ways to have fun with waste, making art works for the site, planting up wicking beds of edible foods for future local consumption and learning about the universe overhead, so perfectly viewed from John Powell Reserve’s vast night sky. John Powell Reserve is an evolving Naturescape which will benefit from community participation in it’s’ development. Council will continue to work with the public to develop other creative community days in local reserves across the City.

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BUDGET CONSULTATION City of Mount Gambier is in the process of preparing the 2015/2016 Business Plan and Budget to be presented to the community at the end of April, for consultation. Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee encourages the community to review the draft document, when released. “Council is committed to listening and responding to the concerns and ideas of the broader community” Mayor Lee said. Copies of the budget will be available free of charge from the council officers or can be downloaded from the council’s website.

COMING EVENTS APRIL 17,18 & 19 April

Baseball Masters – Blue Lake Sports Park

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2015 PGA Blue Lake Legends Pro-am Golf Tournament – Blue Lake Golf Links (Grant Avenue)

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ANZAC Centenary Celebrations

MAY 1-3 May

Generations in Jazz – The Barn

14 & 15 May

Mount Gambier Racing Club Gold Cup Carnival – Mount Gambier Racing Club

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Mount High dominates to claim State title The Mount Gambier High School Open Knockout Softball has retuend from the State finals as the best school in South Australia, defending their 2014 title. Boasting a side with State and national experienced players in Amber and Georgia Hood, as well as Imogen Walker and Jenna Burston, the team could do no wrong. The opening game of the finals series was a cold and windy affair on a new diamond at Softball SA headquarters at West Beach, but MGHS dominated Eastern Fleurieu from the first at bat, scoring seven runs in their opening innings. Georgia Hood was on fire on the pitching mound with seven strikeouts The final score was 11-0. Game two saw a dominant performance from the girls, dominating Seaton 21-0. Seaton lacked the fire power of a true pitcher and struggled in the batting box against both Georgia and Imogen Walker. Hits were hard to come by with a number of walks registered, however Imogen, Jenna, Amber, Nikki Howard and Tayla Stark all had safe hits for MGHS. Game three loomed as the grand final as Mount High took on the other undefeated team over the first two rounds - Immanuel College. MGHS fielded first and held Immanuel to no score. In their first at bat Georgia, Madeline Hann, Jenna and Amber all had safe hits and three runs were scored. Immanuel then managed to have two runners in scoring position, but sister pitcher/catcher duo Georgia and Amber ensured the innings closed without any runs

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scored. At the bottom of the second, Madeline and Jenna again had safe hits and three runs were scored. Immanuel again had runners in scoring positions at the top of the third, but again Georgia shut down the innings. MGHS then had a batting frenzy with Imogen, Georgia, Madeline, Jenna, Amber, Nikki and Claire Day all having safe hits and six runs were scored. The fourth innings saw neither team add to the score and MGHS closed out the Grand Final wining 12-0 to become the Open Knockout Softball State Champions for 2015. Best players for the grand final were Georgia Hood with an impressive 12 strikeouts for the game and one safe hit, Madeline Hann with three out of four safe hits for the game and Amber Hood was outstanding as catcher and had two safe hits. The most consistent batter for the finals series was Nikki Howard having a batting average of 0.833 (5 out of 6 safe hits for the day). It was a phenomenal achievement for the finals series was that the MGHS team did not give up a run and scored 44 runs themselves. The team was coached by Samantha Brown, and scorer was Penne Saffin

Grant High School have taken out the Year 8/9 Knockout Cricket competition in the country pool after defeating Eastern Fleurieu (EF) at Willalooka at the end of last month. Captain Henri Capewell won the toss and sent EF into bat. With a bit of moisture still in the air, Capewell made the most of the conditions to clean bowl one of the EF openers with the second ball of the day. The EF batsmen soon took control of the game, looking very comfortable at the crease. The GHS boys dropped a couple of difficult chances – chances that need to be taken in a grand final. At drinks the game was evenly poised, with EF 1/50 at a run rate of 3.3 per over. Some loose bowling and big hitting in the second half of the innings saw EF in a very commanding position of 3/150 at the end of the 30 overs.At the change of innings the GHS boys were faced with the challenge of scoring at five runs per over to win the match. A solid start was required by the openers to lay a good foundation for the rest of the batters. GHS lost both openers in the first over and after eight balls were crumbling at 3/1. Harry Karsten and Liam Lewis took some time to settle and get a feel for the conditions, but managed to hold their composure and get the scoreboard ticking over. At drinks the partnership was unbroken with the scoreboard tallying 3/67, 17 runs in front of EF at the same point of their innings. The pair continued to play free flowing and powerful shots until Karsten was given out LBW for 23. Lewis was getting right on top of the EF bowlers, hitting the ball to all parts of the Willalooka Oval.

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Unfortunately, he was forced to retire at 35 runs. Lewis’ departure from the crease left two fresh batsman to keep the run rate at the required level to win. A change in the bowling attack proved costly for GHS, with wickets falling at a rapid rate. The fall of so many wickets allowed the informed Lewis to return to the crease to continue his innings. He was supported Zac Dutschke, who was holding up one end and scoring runs to rotate the strike. At the 25 over mark GHS were 9/108 and a grand final win was quickly slipping away, 43 runs required,five overs left and one wicket remaining. Everyone on the ground was feeling the pressure, EF players starting making mistakes, Lewis was hitting sixes and Dutschke was as solid as a rock. With three overs to go and 31 runs required, GHS was still in the fight. As each ball was bowled the game was getting tighter. The final over was bowled by a SA State bowler but Lewis didn’t hold back, knowing his team needed seven runs off the final six deliveries. With consecutive boundaries, Lewis (pictured) had led the GHS team to memorable victory – ending the day undefeated on 78 runs – a performance that won him man of the match honours. Scorecard Summary Eastern Fleurieu 3/150 (30 overs) - H. Capewell 2/10, T. Boxall 1/32 Grant High School 9/158 (30 overs) – L. Lewis 78no, H. Karsten 23

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‘Craigie’ On Otway 22 Otway Street This quaint Miners Cottage maintains many original features and is positioned on a generous corner allotment of approx. 1019.9m2 close to the centre of town. The weatherboard home is situated very close to the front of the block, almost on the Otway Street boundary allowing huge potential for subdividing or further development (STCA). The home has an entry parlour, lounge with gas heating, separate kitchen, family bathroom and sunroom. There are two bedrooms with 12ft ceilings, one features built-in robes and cabinets. Showcasing plenty of character with pressed tin ceilings and cornices, a chandelier style light, timber windows and stained glass, blue tiled hearth and timber mantle piece. The backyard has beautiful established gardens with timber arbour, outdoor seating area, cast iron

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7 Brolga Street BIRDSVILLE • Ideal first home • Brick & le home on a corner allotment • Three bedrooms • Formal lounge with gas hea ng • Kitchen, dining, family area with breakfast bar • Private yard with detached garage • Minutes walk to local shopping PRICED AT $179,950

RENTALS 4/8 KEEGAN ST $260 P/WK Central loca on, 3 Bdrms, Open Lounge/Dine. 2 pac Kit w/ Dishwasher, R/C Air Cond, Rear pa o. Garage UMR. NO pets. AVAIL: 12/03/15

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14 PHILLIP ST $185 P/WK 3 Bdrm stone home, with gas appliances, rear pergola area. Has carport, pets neg.

5/22 Buronga Avenue

11 Jardine Street

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

• Nothing to do, just move in and enjoy the view • A beau fully maintained character home in central loca on • Four bedrooms, (main with walk-in robe & ensuite) two others with built-ins. • Very large living room with direct access to undercover deck

WATCH THE CRICKET ON FREW PARK FROM YOUR OWN PRIVATE YARD • Fantas c modern kitchen (complete with fridge and microwave) with views across Frew Park and pool area and a spacious dining area • Elevated decking overlooking pool area and Frew Park with blinds on three sides • Ample parking for vehicles and access to garage through rear yard

PRICED AT $190,000

2/102 JUBILEE HWY WEST $125 P/WK Open plan kitchen/lounge with electric cooking & hea ng. Separate bathroom with toilet. Separate laundry. NO pets. 6/6-8 MONTGOMERY AVE $110 P/WK Two Bdrms, Kitchen/Lounge with electric hea ng & cooking, sep Bathroom, Laundry & Lock up garage. 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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Mt Gambier Millicent Port MacDonnell Robe Beachport

1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier

25 Cobblestone Crt, Mt Gambier

$375,000-$395,000

15 Turnbull Dve, Mt Gambier

$520,000

4 Queens Ave, Mt Gambier

RLA 115603

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66 Tollner Rd, Mt Gambier

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49 Ehret St, Mt Gambier

2 Pine Country Caravan Park

$139,000

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$48,000

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11 - 13 Goode Tce, Nangwarry

ID: 1P1924 Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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$129,000

32 Cardinia St, Mt Gambier

$168,000

HUGE REDUCTION

ID: 1P1983 Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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$125

2/3 Doughty Street

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$125

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69 Elizabeth Street, Port MacDonnell Now

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142 Wehl Street North

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7 Barwon Crescent

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17A Bertha Street

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45 Jubilee Highway

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4 Degaris Street

9/4/15

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6 Friendswood Place

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G001/3 Lake Terrace West

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11 Lillypilly Court

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$170

Ideal for small family.

$180

Entertaining area. No pets.

$190

Duplex/semi-detached. Pets nego.

$190

Close to CBD, open plan living. No pets.

$190

Private enclosed yard.

$220

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$270

1

2

Open plan kitchen/living.

$280

2

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$295

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$380

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08 8726 4400 Address 48 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier $172,000 $000,000

2 Yeates Street, Mount Gambier

$169,000

Address 6 Nelson Street, Mount Gambier

$159,000 $000,000

Address 5 Wyatt Street, Mount Gambier

$365,000 $000,000

NEW

MUST SELL • Solid Mount Gambier stone home • 4 bedrooms, 2 double bedrooms & 2 single bedrooms (2 with built-in robes) • Large family room. Separate formal SAT APR 18 dining or formal lounge 9.20 - 9.45 WEB Id. 4158483 4 1 3 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

• Stone home with near new roof • 2 living areas • Lovely kitchen • Two toilets, Secure rear yard SAT APR 18 • Direct access inside from large carport 9.30 - 9.50 WEB Id. 5722206 3 1 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

WEB Id. 7825838 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

Address 17 Allawah Street, Mount Gambier $000,000 $179,000

Address 19 Dolomite Drive, Mount Gambier $000,000 $360,000

173 North Terrace, Mount Gambier $219,000

Address 10 Bluebell Drive, Mount Gambier $369,000 $000,000

• 3 bedrooms main with robes • Updated bathroom • Freshly painted inside and out • Secure rear yard • Remote roller door to double carport • Large rear yard with numerous sheds WEB Id. 7363171 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• 4 Bedrooms all with BIR’s, main with WIR & ensuite • Kitchen/meals/family area complete with s/c wood fire • Gas hea ng throughout the home SAT APR 18 • Separate formal lounge

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Master bedroom with ensuite • L-shaped formal lounge/dining • Open plan kitchen/family area • Enclosed rear pa o BBQ area

• 4 bedrooms all with robes • Master with ensuite and walk-in robe • Spacious formal lounge • Open plan living/kitchen/meals area • Double remote garage UMR

OPEN

OPEN

• • • • •

Bring the paint 3 Bedrooms S/C Heated lounge Aluminium windows Eat-in kitchen

• 4 bedrooms, master complete with modern ensuite & WIR • Large formal living room, gas hea ng & lovely north facing sun room SAT APR 18 • Lo style 5th bedroom or 3rd living area 10.00 - 10.30

OPEN SAT APR 18

OPEN

10.00 - 10.20

3

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WEB Id. 7753047 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

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10.30 - 10.50

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Address 6 Birdwood Avenue, Mt Gambier

3

$000,000 $199,000

WEB Id. 7818076 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

10.45 - 11.15

4

2

2

OPEN SAT APR 18 11.00 - 11.20

WEB Id. 7270484 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

3

Address 1/17 Shepherdson Rd, Mt Gambier $279,000 $000,000

Address 11 Ewens Court, Mount Gambier

• 2 bedrooms both with robes • Spacious open plan living • Modern bathroom • Stunning kitchen • Private court yard WEB Id. 7444904 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• • • • •

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$349,000 $000,000

OPEN SAT APR 18 11.30 - 11.50

WEB Id. 7716464 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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2

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Mt Gambier 16 Mitchell Street, Mount Address Gambier $329,500 $000,000 $339,500

Subdivision potential • 3 bedrooms all with robes • Spacious bathroom • L-shape lounge/dining • Open plan family/kitchen area • Ducted gas hea ng WEB Id. 7773533 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

OPEN SAT APR 18 12.00 - 12.20

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OPEN SAT APR 18

151 Pinehall Avenue, Mount Gambier

12.30 - 12.50

2

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$1,300,000

NEW

Stunning chefs kitchen 3 bedrooms, 2 with robes Spacious master bedroom with ensuite Huge formal lounge SAT APR 18 Large open plan kitchen/meals/family area 1.00 - 1.20

OPEN

WEB Id. 7774297 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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• 10 Acres residen al land • 5 Bedrooms and separate study • Formal lounge & massive family room with wet bar • Stunning kitchen • Indoor heated self-cleaning pool

• Double garage UMR • 5 Bay Colorbond garage • 4 Rainwater tanks • Full solar panels • 180 degree views of Mount Gambier

Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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WEB Id. 4952993 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

11A Wyatt Street, Mount Gambier

3

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Moment we’ve all been wai ng for… AUCTION FRIDAY 15TH MAY @ 12.30PM ON SITE 2812m2 block with 2 street access LAND

Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 Address 62 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

$000,000

• Comprising of 4 double bedrooms, master bedroom with parents retreat, ensuite and walk in robe. • Massive open plan kitchen, living, dining. • Spo ed gum hard wood floor boards flow throughout the home • Modern main bathroom featuring spa bath WEB Id. 7659834 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

MARK COOPER

$795,000

• Huge detached games room equipped with bathroom and 5th bedroom ideal for teenagers, home office or studio • Brand new 3 bay shed with upstairs lo • Set on a generous 1,214m2 allotment with established low maintenance gardens • Size, finish and loca on is absolutely all class • Family living at its very best 5 3 3

BRETT EXELBY

CHARMAINE RUSSELL

BARRY RITTER

0458 548 756

0407 268 098

0408 853 180

0428 989 308

0411 899 693

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

charmaine.russell@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

mark.cooper@elders.com.au

malcolm.lewis@elders.com.au

9 Ba y Ro ad , Mou nt G am bier

MALCOLM LEWIS

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• Fantas c CBD loca on, close to restaurant & shops. • Home with character, stylish kitchen with electric cooking

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08 8726 4400 Address 1/89 Penola Road, Mount Gambier $000,000 $219,000

Address 2/89 Penola Road, Mount Gambier $000,000 $210,000

Address 3/89 Penola Road, Mount Gambier $000,000 $220,000

Address 5 Waterhouse Street, Mt Gambier

• • • • •

• • • • •

• 3 bedrooms • 2 way bathroom • Spacious open plan living • Modern kitchen with dishwasher • Secure rear yard WEB Id. 7719815 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Two absolutely character filled apartments • Each apartment offers roomy bedrooms that are complimented with drama c raked ceilings and annex windows some rooms have designer components WEB Id. 6702875 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

$000,000 P.O.A.

RENTAL RETURN APPROX. $420 P/W 4 possibly 5 bedrooms Master with WIR and ensuite Formal lounge Formal dining Biggest of big living room

WEB Id. 7802745 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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Address 2 Neville Avenue, Mount Gambier

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$000,000 $225,000

3 bedrooms 2 way bathroom Spacious open plan living Modern kitchen with dishwasher R/c aircondi oning

WEB Id. 7799459 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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Address 4 Shepherd Street, Mt Gambier

1

$195,000 $000,000

3

17 Gaden Street, Mt Gambier

1

2

$174,000

Address 5 Grange Place, Mt Gambier

$140,000 $000,000

RENTAL RETURN $210 PER WEEK • 3 Large bedrooms with built in robes • Spacious & well designed L shape living/dining area • Brilliant games room ready for entertaining • Quality new carpet throughout WEB Id. 7659240 Brett Exelby 0458 548 882

• Convenient loca on, easy walk to town • Lovely open plan kitchen, meals, lounge area • Second TV area or dining room • Large backyard with double carport & storage sheds

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6 Kooringa Street, Mount Gambier $162,500

• • • •

3 bedroom, 2 bath Kitchen/dining and separate living area Rental appraisal of $210-$220 per week Solid brick and le home that has been well maintained by the owner

WEB Id. 7469247 Mark Cooper 0428 989 308

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78 Warreanga Road, Wye

2

3

$439,000

WEB Id. 7433083 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

3

Address 2/10 Bertha St, Mt Gambier

INVESTOR SPECIAL

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$000,000 $198,000

WEB Id. 7576840 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

19 St Martins Drive, Mt Gambier

1

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$399,000

ER T D UN RAC NT EEK O C W S I TH

• Premium Central CBD Loca on • Roomy solid construc on 2 bedroom unit with built-in robes. • Plus Hobby room /study • Plus Large Lounge Room • No Strata fees WEB Id. 6910408 3 1 1 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

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96 Warreanga Road, Wye

Address 1 Maple Court, Yahl

$549,000

3

4 large bedrooms all with robes Huge master bedroom with WIR & ens Modern open plan kitchen/meals/family area Separate rumpus/ 2nd living area Sheltered private alfresco

WEB Id. 7798233 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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2

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$000,000 $107,999

• • • •

Vacant land in beau fully established Montebello Huge 1376sqm block with great scenic outlook Surrounding homes well established Easy walk to school & parklands but big enough to kick the footy in the backyard WEB Id. 7806167 Mark Cooper 0428 989 308

LAND

13 Old Kent Court, Mount Gambier $269,000

• • • • •

ER T D UN RAC NT EEK O C W S I TH

3 bedrooms all with robes Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite Formal lounge Open plan kitchen meals family area Single remote garage UMR with internal access

WEB Id. 4476697 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

3

17 Renfrey Place, Mt Gambier

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3

$284,000

8 ACRE HOBBY FARM

REDUCED • Solid brick home • 3 bedrooms all with robes • 2 bathrooms • Updated kitchen & open plan living • Massive family room with 3rd toilet WEB Id. 7472638 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

Address 13 Draper Street, Tarpeena

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$149,000 $000,000

• 4 Bedrooms all with robes. Master has WIR & ensuite. • Separate office •3 living areas •7 x 20m high clearance garage/workshop WEB Id. 7359788 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

4

Myaring/Pieracle Road, Strathdownie

2

4 P.O.A.

• Build your dream home in the quiet township of Yahl • 1,882sqm flat, fully fenced allotment • Services to the allotment include mains water, electricity and telephone • 2014 John Deere ride-on mower included in the sale WEB Id. 7659214 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

LAND

Address Robe Road, Monbulla/Penola

$000,000 $129,000

• Popular lakes loca on • 4 bedrooms • Stunning loungeroom • Large sunroom or great TV room • Terraced backyard WEB Id. 7429894 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

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Address Parade, Blackfellows Caves $000,000 Hammer $97,000

28 ACRES

Two homes for the price of one. House 1: 3 bedrooms, loungeroom with S/C, Sun-room, large rumpus room, bathroom with bath. Single width double length garage with pit House 2: 1 bedroom, open plan lounge/dining and carport WEB Id. 6652827 4 1 3 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

• 398 acres of redgum open grazing land and na ve bush (99 year lease on swamp) • Terrific set of steel ca le yards easily accessible from it’s bitumen road frontage • Watered by 2 bores and tank WEB Id. 7709889 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

LAND

• 28 Acres of endless poten al • Ideal se ng to build your dreams • Perfect building condi ons • 5 minute drive to the vibrant Penola Town centre • Less than 1 hour drive to the seaside town of Robe WEB Id. 7011567 Charmaine Russell 0407 268 098

• Build your dream home and enjoy the lifestyle • Perfectly pos oned beachfront block over 970sqm • Beach access directly across the road • New boat ramp

LAND

MARK COOPER

WEB Id. 7195191 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

LAND

BRETT EXELBY

CHARMAINE RUSSELL

BARRY RITTER

0458 548 756

0407 268 098

0408 853 180

0428 989 308

0411 899 693

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

charmaine.russell@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

mark.cooper@elders.com.au

malcolm.lewis@elders.com.au

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08 8726 4400 Address Lot 7 Mil lel Drive

$000,000 $159,500

Address 9 Adelaide Street, Kalangadoo

$000,000 $99,000

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

P.O.A.

UPSTAIRS FOR LEASE

• • • •

Country living so close to Town Build where the kids can run free Over 1 ha in size Secure your home retreat no

WEB Id. 5419462 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

LAND

• 3 bedrooms (one double & two singles) • 1 bathroom with separate toilet • 3 sheds, (one substan al two car garage with concrete floor) • Lots of kitchen space WEB Id. 7216154 Mark Cooper 0428 989 308

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• 7 renovated offices 123sqm approx. + board room, work sta ons & store rooms, central a/c • Electricity, phone, data cables, mains water, sewerage & fas connected to the property • Long term lease, very reasonable pricing per sqm

WEB Id. 5621247 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

FREE PHOTOGRAPHY FREE FLOOR PLAN

WANTED TO BUY WATER LICENCES

Includes up toto 1010 professional photos and interactive floor plan when you Includes up professional photos and interactive floor plan

Contact Brett Exelby on 0458 548 756

list your home exclusively for sale with our office during Spring

when you list your home exclusively for sale with our office Everybody loves a freebie - Our Spring campaign continues into Autumn due to popular demand!

RENTALS 6 Balambool Avenue, Mt Gambier

3 bed 1 bath 2 car

Avail Now

81 Cardinia Street, Mt Gambier

3 bed 1 bath 3 car

Avail Now

$230 per week $250 per week

4 Marara Street, Mt Gambier

3 bed 1 bath 2 car

Avail 17th April 2015

$275 per week

58a McMahon Road, Worrolong

4 bed 2 bath 5 car

Avail Now

$380 per week

‘Springview Estate’, Mount Gambier

$115,000

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF PRE-SALE PRICES NOW!

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BE QUICK, SELLING FAST! • 29 serviced allotments located on the west side of Mount Gambier • Services include town water, sewer, power & Telstra as well as hot mix roads and bike paths surrounding the Estate • Block sizes ranging from 1425m2 to 2368m2 • Pre-sale prices star ng from $115,000 and are for a limited me only • Mount Gambier’s newest estate offering premier family living • 167 includes unequipped bore

WEB Id. 7626186 86 Malcolm Lewis s 0411 899 693 Brett Exelby 0458 458 548 756

LAND MARK COOPER

BRETT EXELBY

CHARMAINE RUSSELL

BARRY RITTER

0458 548 756

0407 268 098

0408 853 180

0428 989 308

0411 899 693

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

charmaine.russell@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

mark.cooper@elders.com.au

malcolm.lewis@elders.com.au

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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Carolyn Gazzard 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Emma Beare 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates 08 8725 4225

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14 Werona Street

$174,000

76 Suttontown Road

$225,000

38 Stiles Street

$270,000

OPEN SATURDAY 9.45 - 10.15AM

OPEN SATURDAY 10.30 - 11.00AM

OPEN SATURDAY 11.15 - 11.45AM

A GREAT STARTER Roomy stone home with extra living areas. Three bedrooms. Updated kitchen with gas stove and dine area + formal dining room. Large main lounge + second lounge located at rear of home with gas heater. Main bathroom with shower over bath + 2nd shower located in laundry. Corner allotment with handy side access to rear yard. Large shed, suitable for dry storage. Set in established cottage garden setting.

A TERRIFIC STARTER WITH THE HARD BITS DONE Vicki Quinn Real Estate has pleasure offering for sale this delightful starter. With major works completed including new carpet, freshly painted, renovated bathroom and upgraded pergola. Comprising of 3 good size bedrooms. Stunning main bathroom with sep toilet. Open plan kitchen/dine/family with gas heating and split system reverse cycle heating cooling. Enormous semi enclosed pergola & enclosed side yard make this property ideal for those with young kids.

MOVE STRAIGHT IN Well maintained 3 bedroom home all with built in robes. Situated in Montebello Estate, surrounded by quality homes. 2 living areas. Bathroom with sep shower/bath. Great size kitchen with electric stainless steel cooking. Sliding doors to pergola. Enclosed rear yard, ideal for kids. Single garage under main roof with remote door. Split system heating/cooling and neutral decor throughout. Book your inspection today.

1/1 Locke Street

$249,000

63 Considine Road, Burrungule

RLA 204710

54 Boandik Terrace

$179,000

YOU JUST CAN’T GO WRONG HERE Clean as a whistle, 3 bedroom stone home. Built in robes in bedrm 3 and robes available in bedrm 1. Renovated bathroom with spacious shower alcove. Separate Lounge with gas heating and split system reverse cycle heating cooling. Timber kitchen with elect hotplates and wall oven with sep griller. Separate toilet. Sheltered rear pergola. Vehicle access to single rear shed with power. Quality window furnishings throughout with aluminium windows. Ideal as investment or for the astute first homebuyer.

$449,000

22 Shepherdson Road

$259,500

OPEN SATURDAY 12.15 - 1.00PM LOW MAINTENANCE LIVING ON ITS OWN TITLE Well maintained 3 bedroom townhouse. Neutral decor throughout, this lovely property has 3 bedrooms, plus a dedicated office. The main bedroom features a walk in robe and access to the 3 way main bathroom. You will love the storage available, bedroom 3 also has built in robes. The kitchen/dining and living areas are open plan, with electric cooking and spill out to the sheltered alfresco entertaining area. Internal access is available from the garage offering peace of mind security.

7 Renfrey Place

$289,000

ROOM FOR THE BRADY BUNCH Large 4 bedroom brick and tile home situated in the Lakes area. Built in robes to the main bedroom. Open kitchen/ dining with gas stove and dishwasher. Spacious lounge with gas wall burner. Detached sleep out with 2 rooms and separate vanity. Full enclosed outdoor spa for ultimate privacy. Fruit trees, pond and garden shed in the rear yard. Single carport right at your front door. All this in a quiet cul de sac location. Currently tenanted at $290 per week til 7.12.2015 with excellent tenants.

8 Wehl Street North

$245,000

ESCAPE THE HUSTLE AND BUSTLE “Echidna Ridge”. Approx. 10 minute drive from the city centre towards Millicent you will find this well kept family property Situated on approx. 5 acres. The home comprises of 4 good size bedrooms, plus a dedicated office. The master bedroom has a walk in wardrobe and ensuite, while the remaining bedrooms all have built in robes. There is spacious formal and informal living. Open Plan kitchen dining overlooking lovely rural scenery. Outdoor entertaining is well taken care of under the large pergola. Kids big and small will love the detached games room, ideal for parties measuring approx. 9m x 6m. Ample shedding for up to 5 vehicles. 3 acre paddock. Serviced by Bore and rain water. You’ll love the tranquillity this 8 year old home has to offer.

28 Dalkeith Drive

$365,000

A REAL FAMILY ENTERTAINER Neatly presented 3 to 4 bedroom home, located in the St Martins area. Comprising of formal & informal living areas. The kitchen offers loads of bench space, a d’washer and walk-in pantry. Stunning timber floors are timeless through the high traffic areas. The main bedroom has a huge ensuite with a relaxing spa bath. Bedrooms 2 & 3 have BIR. Entertaining is made easy under the huge pergola. Private rear yard & ample room for kids toys, in conj. with Ray White Keatley R/Estate.

4 Rotary Avenue

$510,000

10 Wyatt Street

$379,000

LOCATION, STYLE AND PRACTICALITY Vicki Quinn has pleasure offering for sale this Stone Bungalow style home located in a sought after area of the city comprising of 3 great size bedrooms, 2 with built in robes 2 lovely living areas. Renovated kitchen with electric cooking. Stunning timber floors. Reverse cycle heating/cooling (2 units) and gorgeous entertaining deck overlooking the city. Rear yard access to a double shed with power and a single carport with high clearance. Be the envy of your friends and get in quick

6/56 Brownes Road

$172,500

IN MINT CONDITION Just lovely 2 bedroom colonial style unit. Comprising of a large lounge. Open plan kitchen/dining with Built-in robes in the spacious main bedroom. Neutral decor throughout. Really well looked after. Internal access from single garage UMR with remote. Lovely quiet location with expected rental return of $220 per week.

9/14 Doughty Street

$139,000

tly Curren leased @ $170 p/wk

THROW AWAY YOUR CAR KEYS Cute and cosy 3 bedroom cottage. Located just off the main street. Warmed by gas heating. Open plan kitchen/dining with dishwasher. Bathroom with separate toilet. Lovely outdoor entertaining. Enclosed rear yard with single garage w/power. Ornate character features throughout. This could be a lovely starter or investment .

7 Highland Drive

$55,000

IT’S ALL ABOUT CLASS Located a short walk from our Blue Lake. This elegant 4 bedroom home has so much to offer even the most discerning buyer. The master bedroom boasts an ensuite and walk in robe. While the remaining 3 bedrooms are all double size with built in robes. Offering both formal and informal dining and living areas, The stunning 2 pak kitchen has granite bench tops, s/steel appliances & wi. Pantry. The home has ducted gas heating, air conditioning and is of solid construction.

CENTRAL LIVING AT ITS BEST Stone character home located very close to city centre. Abundance of leadlight, polished timber flooring & period features. Over two levels with gracious lounge, dining room & classic kitchen + 2 bedrooms & bathroom on first level. Lower level has a further two bedrooms, office, 2nd bathroom, laundry & lovely family room that has French doors opening to paved pergola. Double garage with twin roller doors + private rear yard. In conj with SAL.

MORE THAN THE AVERAGE UNIT Rear unit in a well maintained complex, located close to city centre. Two large bedrooms with built ins in main bedroom. Open plan living with split system r/c air conditioning. Renovated kitchen with handy island bench. Bathroom has bath with shower over + vanity & toilet. Carport + extra parking space. Plus the difference with this unit...it has a large, private yard - plenty of room.

3/172 Commercial St East Avail 1.5.15 @ $135 p/wk

1/119 Wehl St North

Avail now @ $190 p/wk

16 St Martins Dr

3/99 Sturt St

Avail now @ $140 p/wk

2 Pick Ave

Avail now @ $200 p/wk

24C Bay Rd

2/113 Sturt St

Avail now @ $145 p/wk

4/10 William St

Avail now @ $220 p/wk

24D Bay Rd

5/68 Brownes Rd

Avail now @ $145 p/wk

1/9 Heriot St

2/68 Brownes Rd

Avail 20.4.15 @ $145 p/wk

58 Acacia St

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COMPETITIVELY PRICED Large building block close to the Mt Gambier Hospital. Capitalise on views to the Centenary Tower. Water connected, Electricity and Gas past the front. Approximately 833m2. Surrounded by quality homes in a quiet part of the city. Already fenced.

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UPDATED STONE HOME

NE N EW W!!

SOLID BRICK HOME IN GREAT LOCATION

SEAVIEWS AND KANGAROOS

NE N EW W!!

GREAT ENTERTAINER

NE N EW W!!

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OPEN Saturday

10.00 - 10.30

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$209,000

3 double size bedrooms Walking distance to the CBD, Schools and shops Large open plan timber kitchen / dining room Updated laundry and bathroom Single, double length carport + stone shed with roller door, power and concrete floor

5 Beth Place Mount Gambier • • • • •

OUTSTANDING LOCATION READY TO BE RENOVATED

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102 Bertha Street Mount Gambier

$217,000

• Large open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room with ceiling fan + Panasonic R/C inverter • 3 bedrooms + North facing sun room or formal dining room • Double length stone shed with roller door • Fully enclosed backyard

PRICE 10 McIntosh Street Mount Gambier • • • •

Spacious home of 237 sq. m. Polished concrete floor with interior brick walls Open plan living/dining. 3 bedrooms, main with ensuite and BIR. UMR patio. Double carport.

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159 Wehl Street North Mount Gambier • • • • •

1 $175,000

3 bedrooms, 1 with B.I.R. + ceiling fans Ducted gas heating to bedrooms Open plan kitchen/dining room Rear porch + paved pergola Single carport, small garden shed plus 5m x 6m

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garden sheds + enclosed backyard

LOW MAINTENANCE LIVING

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$209,000

access + large rumpus room or office

FORMER “WAVES OF ROBE”

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4 Lange Street Mount Gambier

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$175,000

• 2 bedroom brick unit in group of four. Open kitchen/ dining + spacious lounge with gas wall heater and reverse cycle split system. • Main bedroom and second both have BIRs • Detached single car garage with remote access. Garden shed with power at the rear of the property.

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• Main bedroom has a W.I.R + huge bathroom • Bedrooms 2, 3 & 4 all have B.I.R. + office or 5th bedroom • Large formal lounge, Open plan kitchen/dining & living room • Double garage with auto door. 6m x 6m double shed

PRICE 20 Neil Black Street Nelson

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Spotless 2 double bedroom 1 bathroom Unit New carpets in lounge and bedrooms, New timber floor in kitchen Electric split system heating and cooling Modern timber kitchen with new timber floor. Single car garage UMR and a paved patio

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$259,000

• 2 large bedrooms with separate lounge which could be used as a 3rd bedroom. • Open kitchen/living room with gas heating. • Bathroom with shower, bath and separate toilet. • Big double garage detached with power, room for

670A Eight Mile Creek Road Eight Mile Creek • • • • •

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Large allotment of approx. 1.7 acres 3 double bedrooms, main with ensuite and WIR. L-shaped open plan dining/kitchen/lounge Small office space with built-in cupboards. Single garage/pergola area perfect for entertaining

car and a dingy with a workshop at front.

NELSON HOUSES

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ARE THESE MOUNT GAMBIER’S BEST VALUE

Eldridge Drive Mount Gambier

From $127,500

• 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

$80,000

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4/46 Brownes Road Mount Gambier

STUNNING COASTAL PROPERTY

AAHH THIS IS THE LIFE

THE MERINDA

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4/58 Suttontown Road Mount Gambier

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Renovated Mount Gambier stone/tiled roof home Three bedrooms all have built in robes Open plan kitchen/dining area Double garage under the main roof with internal

2 Victoria Street Robe

$255,000

• Three bedrooms main with BIR • New kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooking oven, Duel wall oven – electric grill gas oven • Good size lounge with R/C air conditioning 2 • Single double length garage UMR with auto door,

FANTASTIC VALUE

SOLID HOME WITH SHEDS

iron shed and 3m x 6m stone shed

FAMILY HOME ON CORNER ALLOTMENT

NEW

Electric hot water plus water softener

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$439,000

11.30 - 12.00

10.45 - 11.15

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Three bedrooms main with WIR plus ensuite Large lounge + second formal lounge room Slow combustion wood fire Timber kitchen with electric cooking and wall oven

1 Meredith Street Nelson

22 Balambool Avenue Mount Gambier

OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday

PRICE

$249,000

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1 3 274 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier

Course. • Vendor finance can be arranged if required. • All services are available to the allotments. • Last three allotments available. BE QUICK!

Former successful business now closed Purchase for value of plant and equipment only prime position on the main street of Robe Licensed to seat 160 people Alfresco dining with separate room with open fire

• 1 Meredith Street NEW

$439,000

• 11 Stonehaven Avenue

$229,500

• 10 Meredith Street

$349,000

• 27 Moonah Avenue

$349,500

• 26 Moonah Avenue

$365,000

• 22-24 Casuarina Grove

$449,000

• 46 Beach Road

$499,000

• 20 Neil Black Street

$259,000

• Lot 15 Neil Black Street

$235,000

• 4 Maroochy Drive

$260,000

• Lot 3 Oldbridge Road

$399,000

place and bar

Sales & Leasing

Shawn Whitehead 0408 250 505

Sophie Roach 0438 812 549

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Real Estate

Brooke Stephenson 0424 943 991 brooke@pandl.net.au

Al Lamond 0418 849 266 al@pandl.net.au

Buy Or Sell... See P & L

31 Westlands Court, Mount Gambier

47 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier

13 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier $345,000

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$270,000

OPEN

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10.00-10.20

10.30-10.50

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• Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, with attractive street appeal, in the popular Montebello area • Formal L-shaped lounge, Tas. Oak kitchen with elec. Cooking, open dining/family with gas ducted heating • Single remote garage UMR, paved pergola & enclosed rear yard • Immaculately presented • In conj with Vicki Quinn R/E 3 2 1

OPEN SAT

• Classic federation style home of solid construction, situated on elevated corner allotment in the ever popular Montebello area • Open plan living, Blackwood kitchen with elec cooking, d/ washer & b/fast bar, dining/family room with s/c heating, sunken formal lounge & formal dining • In conjunction with Gebhardts R/E

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66 Crouch Street South, Mount Gambier $149,000

$275,000

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It’s a great time to enter the property market with this affordable three bedroom Mt Gambier stone home.

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1/1 Acacia Street, Mount Gambier

WHY PAY RENT?

This would make an ideal first home or investment property in a popular location. Stop paying rent and start paying for your own home today.

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$177,500

• Solid brick & tile two bedroom unit, ideally suited to the investor, singles or retirees. • Single car garage UMR with remote roller door provides secure & direct under cover access inside. • Gas heating& r/c air-conditioning. • Private courtyard and garden shed complete the unit. • Independent rental appraisal 2 1 1 $200-$220/week

25 Creek Street, Mount Gambier

1 Fimmell Court, Mount Gambier $359,000

$315,000

• Three bedroom solid constructed family home • Master bedroom with walk through robe and ensuite with double shower. • Two spacious living areas & dedicated study. • Rosewood timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances. • Gas ducted heating • Lovely outdoor entertaining area 3 2 3

• 4 bedroom family home, located in a new subdivision. • Three double bedrooms, master with WIR and en-suite (bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIRs), plus additional study or fourth bedroom. • The open plan living area offers kitchen with gas cooking and pantry, spacious dining/family room with magnificent elevated park views. 4 2 2

EL NE EA W SE

• Solid four bedroom brick and tile family home set in a great location. • Completely refurbished inside including freshly polished floorboards, new light fittings, curtains and fresh painting throughout. • Attractive American Oak timber kitchen with electric cooking and dishwasher 4 1 2

$229,500

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19 Stiles Street, Mount Gambier $425,000

OPEN 11.40-12.00

SAT

Features include new floating floorboards, lounge with gas heating & new carpet, spacious dine-in kitchen with gas cooking, renovated bathroom, separate toilet and light filled sunroom leading to a decked North facing balcony. A private, secure rear yard is perfect for children & pets.

135 Yells Road, Moorak

OPEN 11.00-11.20

N PR EW IC E

Situated on a corner allotment with rear yard access and within walking distance to the Blue Lake, this neat & tidy home has been updated throughout.

OPEN SUN

1.00-1.30

• Fully renovated three bedroom, two bathroom home set on 5469m2 allotment, just 5 minutes’ drive from Mount Gambier • Master bedroom with WIR and ensuite other bedrooms with BIR’s. • Open plan living area with the Jarrah timber kitchen, • Spacious formal lounge with r/c air cond & s/c heating. • Large pergola with patio blinds 3 2 3 NBN

1/2 Red Oak Place, Mount Gambier $345,000

• Magnificently Presented, Low Maintenance Town House with spectacular views • Galley style kitchen with stainless steel appliances adjoining dining area & lounge with impressive views • Three bedrooms , main with WIR & ensuite • Main bathroom with separate laundry and toilet • R/C ducted air conditioning 3 2 2

1 Jardine Street, Mount Gambier

3/58-60 Suttontown Road, Mount Gambier

• Beautifully presented unit set at the rear of well maintained community title complex • Open plan living area inc immaculate kitchen with gas cooking & b/fast bar • Gas heating & r/c airconditioning • Privately fenced rear courtyard & garden shed • Ready to move into now!! 2 1 1

2/5A William Street, Mount Gambier $432,000

• Superbly presented Federation residence on a magnificent 1533m2 allotment in one of Mt Gambier’s prestigious streets • Built in 1890, the home has been restored to reflect its formally glory • Features include brand new kitchen, 15ft ornate ceilings polished f/boards, Marble fireplaces ducted under floor gas heating, 4 bay garage, 2 street access from Jardine & Mitchell St 4 1 4 • Excellent CBD location

$215,000

• Set in a small, private strata complex is this appealing split rock unit, ideally suited to investors, singles or retirees • 2 bedrooms with BIRs, open plan living with gas heating & sliding door to timber decking, kitchen with elec cooking • Single car garage UMR with remote roller door provides internal access

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15 Montgomery Avenue, Mount Gambier

$259,000

• Low maintenance executive unit in a fantastic location • Featuring three bedrooms all with BIR’s, spacious master bedroom with ensuite, BIR’s and WIR • Large kitchen overlooking the dining and family areas plus separate light filled lounge • Two private outdoor entertaining areas • Gas ducted heating 3 2 1

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197 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier

2/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier

$177,500

• 4 bedroom brick home with two living areas • Stunning renovated Jarrah kitchenwith gas cooking and stainless steel appliances. • Formal lounge with s/c wood heating& air conditioning • Huge family room with sliding door access to the back yard.

$495,000

• Beautifully presented, renovated 4BR character home on large 4798m2 allotment • New kitchen & bathroom with all the modern touches • Commercial zoning, hair salon studio (offering extra income), hot mix driveway, impressive large colourbond shed with 3 & 4m clearance

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3 James Cook Avenue, Mount Gambier

$219,500

$389,000

• Fantastic well-presented stone home offering plenty of shedding!! • Bathroom with spa bath and vanity plus separate laundry with shower • Secure paved courtyard with elevated under cover deck • BIG bonus on adjoining block - near new 10m x 9m x 3m clearance c/bond shed with 2 1 5 cement floor.

• 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 with hardwood decking, ideal for entertaining all year round 4 2 2

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32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416 Find us on Facebook www.pandl.net.au Gail Richards 0409 268 199 gail@pandl.net.au

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416 pllive@bigpond.net.au

Tennis Court

NBN NBN Available

Solar

Swimming Pool

41 Ascott Way, Suttontown

Owen Pettingill Licensed Agent

56 Woodlands Road, Yahl $785,000

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$579,000

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92 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

Investment

RLA 185 456

• Outstanding offering with all the features for a modern and relaxed family lifestyle. • Four bedroom residence set on 1.92 hectares (4.74 acres) in the renowned Ascott Way precinct. • Huge master suite has walk through robe and ensuite bathroom 4 2 5 • Casual and formal living spaces

• 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

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Located opposite the new boat ramp at Port MacDonnell, you’ll find this well maintained brick & tile family home. Be impressed by the unobstructed panoramic sea views which this location offers.

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26 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

$519,000

ED HU U GE C TI O N

145B Penola Road, Mount Gambier

ABSOLUTE BEACHFRONT

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Featuring a 2 bedroom home with s/c wood fire, updated kitchen & bathroom, plus the added edition of a 3rd bedroom with en-suite, located in the enclosed garage. The position is unbeatable & presents a range of possibilities. Make the sea change & escape the city, enjoy the brilliant coastal sunsets from the comfort of your own beachfront home.

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$279,000

4-5 Leslie Court, Donovans $499,000

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• Over 35 squares of quality family living set on 4005m2 allotment • Four double bedrooms including master suite with walk-in robe and fully tiled ensuite • Gourmet kitchen laden with all the latest quality appliances and walk in pantry 4 2 5 • Two stunning living areas

18 Swan Street, Mount Gambier

7 Comaum Avenue, Mount Gambier $299,000

$239,000

$355,000

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86 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell ED HU U GE C TI O N

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• Executive style family living on 2391m2 allotment • 5 Bedrooms plus study all with BI storage • Stunning open plan living area with French Provincial style kitchen • Spacious master bedroom offers lavish ensuite with spa bath & walk-in robe

• Superbly renovated & fully furnished holiday home • 6BR, 3 stunning bathrooms & 2 living areas provide accommodation for up to 19 people • Spectacular open plan living leads to an entertainers dream alfresco area • 3Bay high clearance c/bond shed • A fantastic opportunity for business 6 3 3 & pleasure, with excellent figures.

9 Millard Street, Donovans

• Retirees, families & fishermen, take a look at this impressive home, set on a low maintenance 1452m2 allotment • Offering the best in vehicle, boat & caravan shedding • Inviting lounge with s/c wood fire, plus r/c a/c, large galley kitchen with redgum bench tops, plenty of cupboards, pantry & electric 4 2 8 cooking

24-25 Dry Creek Road, Donovans

• Fantastic weekend escape with little to no living costs, just one street away from the Glenelg river & only 5 min drive to Nelson • Save on energy & water bills, with solar electricity & bore supplying services to your home • 4 bay c/bond shed (with concrete & power) at the back of a large enclosed rear yard

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Crafter Road, Mount Gambier STARTING FROM $149,000

• All stages now selling, 2% deposit only • Title’s expected mid 2015 • 3000m2 alllotments $149,000. 5000m2 allotments $179,000 • Price includes rural style fencing, power & town water • Subject to plan of division being lodged with the L.T.O. • Covenant in place to ensure increased value & growth for homes LAND

$255,000

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R N EL E EA W SE

$145,000

• Fantastic 3BR stone home, on 2 titles, opposite the Glenelg River • Freshly painted & updated interior, including polished timber floors • 2nd shower in laundry & outside toilet for fishermen • Rainwater & equipped bore 2 1 • In conjunction with Gebhardts R/E 3

Lot 31-37 Glenburnie Heights

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

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638 Cafpirco Road, Compton 84 ES R AC

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17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong $595,000

$520,000

• 3 Bedroom solid brick home on picturesque 84 acres, • Open plan living, which includes inviting lounge with s/c heating, plus spacious family room. • Large paved pergola, with magnificent northerly views. • Double car garage UMR with internal access. • Rainwater, equipped bore, plus beautifully presented gardens. 3 1 2

• Unique country location, providing pet friendly accommodation to the traveler or those just wanting a peaceful retreat • Manager’s residence consists of 4BR, 2 Bathroom home with open plan living • 2 self-contained cottages - 1BR & recently renovated 2BR • Facilities for dogs & horses 7 4 4

31 Avey Road, Mount Gambier

FROM $125,000

• Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mt Gambier Racecourse & surrounding countryside • 7 elevated allotments available, ranging from 2001m2 to 2725m2 • Bituminised road, power & town water connected • Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and LAND stables (STCA)

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

BLOCKS OF LAND $299,000

• Immaculately maintained 3 BR family home on just under an 1 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.) 3 1 1

Lot 12 Nelson Road, Mt Gambier 2.5 Acres $155,000 Chuck Road, Tarpeena 20 Acres, 2 Titles $180,000 Sec 81 & 88 Bailey Rd, Tarpeena 20 Acres & 18.75 Acres $150,000 Each Lot 5 Kellet Street, Nelson 867m2 $149,500 Lot 51 Buck Road, Moorak 5 acres $169,000 144 Suttontown Road, Suttontown $105,000 Lot 65 Bruning Place 766m2 $59,500 Lot 71 Bruning Place 718m2 $49,500 Lot 72 Bruning Place 638m2 $45,000 19 Bruning Place 974m2 $65,000 Lot 11 Yahl Road 2.5 acres $159,000 Lot 2 Glencoe Rd West, Glencoe 24 Acres $225,000 6 Cobblestone Court, Mt Gambier 819m2 $69,500 Lot 31-37 Glenburnie Heights From $125,000

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street Mount Gambier SA 5290

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766 www.gebhardts.com.au www.gebhardts.com.au www.gebhardts.com.au www.gebhardts.com.au www.gebhardts.com.au www.gebhardts.com.au www.gebhardts.com.au www.gebhardts.co

1A High Street

NEW

NEW

26 Ramsay Avenue

NEW

2 Sandstone Court

3A Keegan Drive

APPRAISALS

WANTED call our sales team for a no obligation free appraisal of your property

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$339,500

4+

car parking

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$399,000

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$319,500

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$429,500

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$319,500

Exceptional family home, elevated allotment with stunning views of the Mount, ultra spacious classy living – Great area of the City – inspect ASAP!

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$287,000

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$415,000 approx 1,150m2

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Rare L/N Light Industry Block of 2883m2 (approx) Prime location with two street access, versatile site – suit a variety of uses. Great investment or purpose build. Contact agent for further details.

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$90,000 PLUS SAV Cafe Ellen is a long established cafe, located in a high traffic location in the busy central complex – be your own boss. For further details contact the office.

4 Chute Street

$415,000

3+

bed rooms

If you want generous accommodation for a family with opportunity to work from home in self contained area – this one could be just what you have been searching for.

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Solid and spacious, updated kitchen & bathroom, two living areas. Priced to sell and showing a strong rental return. Don’t miss this opportunity

$395,000

2

car parking

Luxury Villa Inner City

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.

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9 Renfrey Place

$215,000

$249,500

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Cafe Ellen

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An exciting and rare opportunity to live nestled on a 1,331m2 (approx) allotment OPEN with the Valley Lake SAT at your back door! 11.00-11.30

Whether you are looking to Nest, Invest or are scaling down to carefree OPEN retirement living SUN – look no further. 11.45-12.15

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$265,000

9 McGregor Street

$280,000

4

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24 Gilmore Close

53 Dalkeith Drive

$357,500

$290,000

Entertain in style with this beautifully cared for property, fantastic 975m2 OPEN approx flat allotment SAT with rear yard access 10.15-10.45

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Well loved family home in popular St Martins location. This home has it all and is sure to impress. Perfect for families and only minutes to the city centre.

RARE COMMERCIAL ALLOTMENT

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car parking

For sale by expression of interest in writing by 5pm, 5th May 2015 to the office of Gebhardts OPEN Real Estate. Great home SUN plus fantastic shedding 11.00-11.30

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$279,500

Nothing to do with this stone beauty it’s all been done! Contemplate life from the undercover entertaining area which overlooks the stunning back garden. Perfect place in A1 location!

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088 2

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Available Now at $185 per week

15 Shadlyn Close

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Available 27/05/15 at $220 per week

25 Jardine Street

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Available Now at $230 per week

2 Glenferrie Close

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Available 5/6/15 at $235 per week

27 Landscape Lane OB Flat

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Available Now at $285 per week

143 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown 3

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Available 28/07/2015 at $290 per week

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Available 13/04/15 at $410 per week

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Beautifully renovated throughout, two living areas plus separate dining. OPEN Main bathroom SAT with spa. 9.30-10.00

10 Reginald Street

100 Wehl Street South

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39 Crouch Street South

Lovingly upgraded throughout, three large living areas and 4 double bedrooms. Take a step inside and you will be blown away. A1 Location!

RENTALS

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12 Max Young Drive

2 Foote Street

Two modern dwellings on approximately 4,700m2 in popular country township – unlimited potential! Ideal for a large combined family, bed and breakfast

HOUSES

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Big on space and big on living area. Popular and quality location offering a OPEN wonderful lifestyle SUN for a growing family. 10.15-10.45

4+

24 Yahl Main Road Yahl

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20 Sutton Avenue

41 Heaver Drive

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

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$165,000

2 Eyre Court

3+

on approx 2.02 hectares (5 acres)

This beautifully maintained & well designed property has everything you could ask for to live OPEN a healthy, self sufficient SAT lifestyle- heavenly! 12.00-12.30

4 Knight Court

car parking

2/31 Wyatt Street

UNITS

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Great opportunity to beat the rent cycle. Ready to move in and enjoy. Excellent residential OPEN area with a private yard. FRI - A hidden surprise 5.00-5.30

83 Lake Edward Road- Glencoe

3

1

bed rooms

2

1

1

Available Now at $215 per week

3/184 Jubilee Hwy (Finchley Grove) 2

1

1

Available Now at $220 per week

1006/3 Lake Tce West

2

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Available Now at $260 per week

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street Mount Gambier SA 5290

Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246

www.gebhardts.com.au Ph 08 8725 5766

RLA 1903

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122 North Terrace

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16 Lumidin Boulevard

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Vacant ant Land 3982m2 ((approx)

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FOR SALEE BY EX EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST EST in writing by 5pm Friday 24th April 2015 to the office of Gebhardts Real Estate. A magnificent vacant allotment of 3982m2 (approx), A1 location. Will suit developers and those wanting to build their dream home. Rare Earth!

Loaded with style and appeal, modern living at its best. This designer home is full of features. Executive style luxury!

15 Kalimna Crescent

4

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

2

car parking

NEW

$315,000

This home will provide the ideal family lifestyle with the backyard pool and great outdoor entertaining area. A real kids paradise. Close to Tenison & Reidy Park Schools, the lakes and shopping.

11 - 13 Bryan Street, Allendale

4

bed rooms

1

bath rooms

2

car parking

$194,500

Solid brick home on huge allotment – fresh neutral décor throughout. Large outdoor entertaining area and handy shedding only minutes to the ocean & short walk to school.

9 Elizabeth Street Pt MacDonnell

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

2

car parking

28 Willow Avenue

3

bed rooms

1

bath rooms

2

car parking

$365,000

NEW

$265,000

Modern family home at an affordable price. Open plan living and loads of features. Well cared for home in a popular location close to schools and shops.

65 Moorak Hall Road

3+

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

5

car parking

62 Wireless Road East

3

bed rooms

1

bath rooms

2

car parking

NEW

$229,000

An updated solid stone home offering a fresh modern feel. Fantastic entertaining and great shedding. This home has something for everyone – a family favourite!

1 Old Kent Court

4+

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

2

car parking

NEW

$359,500

Stunning presentation in a warm family feel. A generous size home in popular and quiet cul-de-sac location. Loaded with features – you won’t be disappointed!

6 Tanderra Way, Pelican Point

$789,000 10 acres

Capturing the very essence of relaxed rural living, this home is set on arguably Mount Gambier’s finest 10 acre parcel of land. Perfect paddocks, spectacular gardens

184 Jubilee Highway West

3

bed rooms

1

bath rooms

$275,000

Exceptional beach front hideaway, Footsteps to the sea, swim, snorkel, surf, fish & Relax!

PELICAN POINT RD BLACK FELLOWS CAVES

1/1 Millard Street

2

bed rooms

1

bath rooms

1

car parking

NEW

$135,000

The kids will love this location, overlooking parklands and playground. Small group of units and in a desirable location.

4 Victor Street

3

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

2

car parking

REDUCED

$299,500

A generous solid home in A1 Location. Huge block over 1000m2. A great home for a family and entertaining. Add your touch and finish your dream.

1/2 Red Oak Place

3

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

2

car parking

REDUCED

$345,000

Presented to absolute perfection – will impress the most discerning buyer. Perfect for the executive couple or retirees who want privacy, luxury, low maintenance living and superb views.

Tecoma Close

NEW

3 Rivoli Street

3

bed rooms

1

bath rooms

1

car parking

$215,000

Solid and appealing home in popular central location. Solar panels – colourbond roof – fresh tonings throughout – loads of rear access. Short walk to shops and quality schools.

REDUCED

2 Tenison Drive

4

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

2

car parking

$449,500

Solid and spacious family home in popular Tenison area. Big on space and set on over 1 ½ acres (approx). The home offers large rooms – functional floor plan and great Northerly aspect.

6 Webb Street

3

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

2

car parking

$319,500

This outstanding executive courtyard home is almost brand new. Located in a fabulous location a short stroll to the city centre. Will appeal to the most fastidious of buyers.

12 Somerset Close

REDUCED

2

bed rooms

1

bath rooms

3

car parking

$225,000

Solid and spacious – listen to the ocean, relax and unwind. A great home for a family or weekend holiday fun. Loads of shedding – just waiting for your rods and boat!

Finchley Grove Lot 29 $50,000 Lot 30 $45,000 Lot 31 $45,000 Affordable community title Lots priced to sell. Near level allotments in quiet & establishing area. Great value – close to schools & shops.

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4

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

1

car parking

$315,000

Popular lakes location, nestled on the cusp of the Valley Lakes. Quality family home loaded with extras. Close proximity to Tenison Woods College and Reidy Park schools.

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088 3/184 Jubilee Hwy (Finchley Grove)

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2 1 1 $220 pw • Brand new 2 bedroom homette • Open kitchen/ dining/living zone • Electric & gas cooking • R/C airconditioning • Enclosed courtyard & pergola area • Single garage UMR • No Pets • Available NOW

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An exciting beachfront development, a rare opportunity awaits. All blocks approx 1200m2 & offer stunning ocean views. Make your sea side escape! Lot 401: $85,000, Lot 402: $99,500 & Lot 403: $115,000 - NEGOTIABLE

FIRST RELEASE – COUNTRY LIVING ALLOTMENTS ON THE CITY FRINGE Located on the western boundary of the city are these 5,000m2 (approx) allotments. Build your country dream but still be close to all the delights of the city: Zoned - country living, fenced, power & water LOT 101 $195,000 LOT 102 $190,000 LOT 103 SOLD LOT 104 $195,000

15 Shadlyn Close

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2 1 1 $220 pw • 2 bedrooms both with bi robes • Open living area of lounge/dine/kitchen with gas heating, & r/c air conditioning • Garage UMR • Low maintenance • No Pets • Available 27/05/15

25 Jardine Street

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2 1 1 $230 pw • 2 bedroom central home • Main with bi robes • Lounge/dining with s/c wood heater • Kitchen with electric cooking • Rear sunroom • Single garage UMR • Secure yard •Pets neg • Avail Now

2 Glenferrie Close

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3 1 1 $235 pw • 3 bedrooms with robes • Lounge with gas heating • Kitchen/meals/family zone • Garage UMR • Enclosed yard • Pets neg • Available 05/06/2015

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LOCAL Easter dog agility trial success

AT THE CINEMA The Duff April 23 A high school senior instigates a social pecking order revolution after finding out that she has been labeled the DUFF (Designated Ugly Fat Friend) to her prettier more popular friends.

The local Mount Gambier agility trialing group the “Yarders” performed exceedingly well at the local agility dog trial held on the Easter Long Weekend. Agility is a fast growing sport with technically developing handling styles that allow the dog and handler to work as a team to complete a challenging course. The sport of agility is progressing fast with the dogs needing to know the difference between taking the front or back of a jump while approaching or whether they are required to enter a tunnel or an A-frame while the two are placed next to each other and they are required to know the difference between two tunnel entrances facing them. The technical training for this type of handling starts from puppy foundations from the age of approximately 10 weeks and continues to progress with the dog into adulthood. Puppy foundation training will include teaching the puppy to recall to the owner, tug on a toy with lots of fun built into this, drive forward to a toy, movement under the feet, being able

to co-ordinate individual feet on pods and balance discs and developing confidence in a range of locations and surfaces, alongside the basic sit, drop and stay. The main aim of training should be to keep it fun and rewarding for the dog and with this it builds a strong relationship between owner and the dog that will filter through all aspects of your life with the dog. The progressions in technology have opened up the world of agility training giving our local agility group ‘the yarders’, access to the top handlers in the world on a daily basis. This means that every training session we do is videoed and posted on our training webpages for analysis and feedback from trainers and handlers in the UK, Europe, Canada and Australia. Living on the border means that the ‘yarders’ compete all over Victoria and South Australia often competing most weekends throughout the year,with a down period of 8 weeks during the summer due to the heat.

BOOK OF THE WEEK

The Escape David Baldacci Military CID investigator John Puller has returned from his latest case to learn that his brother, Robert, once a major in the United States Air Force, and an expert in nuclear weaponry and cyber-security, has escaped from the Army’s most secure prison. Preliminary investigations show that Robert convicted of treason - may have had help in his breakout. Now he’s on the run, and he’s the military’s number one target. John Puller has a dilemma. Which comes first: loyalty to his country, or to his brother? Blood is thicker than water, but Robert has state secrets that certain people will kill for.

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LOCAL Safety checks on offer for Limestone Coast drivers Rotary clubs across the region are again combining forces for their annual Rotary Vehicle Check. The 2015 Rotary Vehicle Check will be held this Thursday from 5.308pm at four locations in Mount Gambier, Naracoorte, Millicent and Bordertown. The vehicle checks have become a popular initiative with more than 400 vehicles attending the region wide event last year. Focussing on light checks, with some locations also offering tyre checks, more than 100 globes were replaced for just the price of the globe. Almost 70 percent of the presenting vehicles also needed and were given a headlight aim adjustment. The vehicle check is supported by the Limestone Coast Road Safety Groups, WIN TV, RAA, Cocky’s Auto Pro, Mount Gambier City Council and various business houses from Naracoorte, Millicent

AT THE CINEMA Get Hard April 16 When millionaire James King is nailed for fraud and bound for San Quentin, he turns to Darnell Lewis to prep him to go behind bars.

and Bordertown. The Rotary clubs of Mount Gambier, Mount Gambier West, Mount Gambier Lakes, Millicent, Naracoorte and Bordertown will all have members on hand to assist with the vehicle checks. In Mount Gambier, long standing program partner Barry Maney Ford will be on hand to assist with the technical work, while Trident Tyre technicians will take care of the tyre side of things. 2015 Rotary Vehicle Check April 16 – 4.30-8pm MOUNT GAMBIER Barry Maney Ford – Jubilee Highway – Mount Gambier NARACOORTE Naracoorte Battery Service – Cnr of Smith & Rowland Streets – Naracoorte MILLICENT Millicent Farm Supplies – North Terrace – Millicent BORDERTOWN Wise Ford – Cnr Ramsay Terrace & Dukes Highway Bordertown PHOTO COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD

The Bowen family now all Aussies Above - Wattle Range Mayor Mayor Gandolfi recently presented Erika Bowen with her Australian Citizenship certificate at a ceremony held in the Penola Visitor Information Centre. Erika was joined at the presentation by her husband Simon and her sons Edward and Jackson. The family lives in Penola and are the owners of local restaurant Pipers of Penola. The couple is set to rack up nine years in charge of the restaurant this year, having won South Australian Regional Restaurant of the Year on numerous occasions over their tenure. Erika is from Germany but the couple met when they were both working in California.

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AT THE GALLERY 2014 NAIDOC WEEK Artist of the Year • WALKWAY GALLERY, BORDERTOWN Until April 27 An artist straddling two cultures paying homage to the heroes who have helped shape his life by documenting the history of his Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal family and their connection, as children, to the Raukkan Mission through portrait drawings, audio and video interviews.

COLLECTED STUPIDITY Why I’ll never say chocolate mud cake is too rich... by Robbie Tansel

I’ve been carrying a deep, dark secret for a few decades now. As you read my article each week, you’ve probably sensed that there is something weighing me down, something that has troubled me. I think it’s time I came clean and let this burden go. For as long as I can remember I have been a sweet tooth. I have always enjoyed sugary treats and I’m sure it will continue until I’ve fully decayed all of my teeth. I am a fussy eater when it comes to proper food but when it comes to sugar filled items I enjoy pretty much anything. Like I said, it has always been something I’ve enjoyed but I think my love for sugar was out of control late in my first decade of life and then into the early part of my second decade. This is where I need to make my confession. Brace yourself. Between about age nine and 13, if I was left at home I used to get up to behaviour that I wouldn’t have indulged in if my parents were supervising me. I’m pretty sure my Mum knows nothing about this. In her defence when I was left alone it was often not really her fault. Her bail conditions were pretty strict and it was difficult to keep track of exactly what she wasn’t allowed to do at various times. This of course would lead to more time in the South Australian government’s Grey Bar Motel. Unless her escape plan worked I would be unsupervised when Dad went to visit her. Anyway, let me confess what I got up to without my parents around. I would get a spoon out of our cutlery drawer

Range of paints, brushes, sketch pads, easels

Canvases ranging from 10cm X 10cm to 91.4cm X 182.9cm

and head for the pantry. When I arrived in there the sweet treat feast would begin. The spoon would be put into each of the jars or packagings that contained sugary things and then into the gob of Mr Sweet Tooth. Sugar. Icing sugar. 100’s and 1000’s. Cricket bat 100’s and 1000’s or whatever they’re called. Chocolate cricket bat 100’s and 1000’s. Having sampled the dry sugary things I might then head to a spoonful of honey. If I was particularly lucky I could sample a spoonful of golden syrup although this wasn’t a luxury that was always located in our house. Maple syrup was also something found occasionally in the Tansel pantry and due to its consistency I would sometimes skip the spoon and squirt swigs directly into my chubby little mouth. From here I might move onto chocolate chips although once again these weren’t always found in the Tansel house. Other sweet indulgences that could occasionally be sampled included glace cherries or those little silver ball things that Mum sometimes put on our birthday cakes, although neither of these were regularly found. As if it wasn’t bad enough me sticking a spoon of sugar into my mouth and then sticking it into the next jar without cleaning it (contaminating the next jar with my saliva) I’d sometimes do the same activities without spoon. I would simplyalick my finger before sticking it into the next jar. This is the same finger that had probably previously been digging for bugs in the back garden, playing with our flea bitten cat or in my nose. I’m not proud of any of this and I’d like to apologise to anyone who is now realising why my Mum’s cakes used to always taste amazing, almost like they had a mystery ingredient. You might now be able to imagine the mystery ingredient. You can only imagine the sugar high I was on when one of my parents finally got home. I was literally climbing the walls. On the other hand I still use sugary treats as stress relief to this day. My pantry is stocked with bags of 100’s and 1000’s. It’s pretty hard to stay stressed after scoffing down a bag or two of sugar and artificial colouring. I’ve got to say I’m already feeling better now that I’ve got that off my chest. If you’ve got a confession you’d like to make, feel free to email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com

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AXIS - Inspiring and empowering

Five stars for AXIS SE team The quality service AXIS Employment offers to job seekers and businesses throughout the SE has been rewarded in the best possible way - with a Five Star Disability Employment Service rating. The five star rating has recognised the continued work of the AXIS staff, who are delivering positive results throughout the Limestone Coast. AXIS Employment SE manager Rod Versteegh and his team comprising of employment consultants Adam Blom, Tina Young, Wendy Scott, Ashley Owen and Ashlyn Savin and marketing consultant Megan Johnson, have worked tirelessly to promote the DES program to business owners and managers, while also actively marketing job seekers to help gain employment outcomes that suit all skill levels, experience and expertise. “We know how much a job seeker benefits from employment, but we wouldn’t be able

to do any of this if we didn’t get the support from businesses and the wider community,” Mr Versteegh said. “Our team has built many strong and ongoing relationships in the community and that has provided our job seekers with many opportunities to gain meaningful employment opportunities, while also helping to improve future opportunities and long term ambitions. “Over 100 employers have assisted us since we opened our doors in March 2013 and we look forward to these relationships continuing to grow and develop over time.” Mr Versteegh said he was proud of the dedication his staff has shown to their job seekers. “Often the relationship starts with the friendly greeting the job seekers get from our receptionist Claire Judd and then continues with the employment consultants and marketer,” he said. “We pride ourselves on not only

providing quality service that leads to employment opportunities, but also helping our job seekers gain the skills and confidence required to enter or return to the workforce and the five star rating is the reward for the effort we have all put in.” Mr Versteegh said the organisation was now experiencing business owners and managers approaching AXIS Employment to find new employees. “We’ve had managers and owners walk through our doors and ask for resumes because of the success they’ve had with us or come and speak to us about other employment opportunities that can be created to help give our job seekers a go,” he said. “And we’ve also had businesses start with one employee and then come to us wanting other job seekers to join their team. For us that is the best compliment you can get.”

AXIS Employment is proud to work with She’s Apples to provide employment to people with a disability. Shane Raymond from She’s Apples is pictured with Cherianne Doody.

AXIS Employment, your local 5 star provider in the region, would like to thank businesses for their support.

TO INSPIRE AND EMPOWER PEOPLE THROUGH EMPLOYMENT

We A c h i e ve • We C a re • e d u l c We I n The experienced team at AXIS Employment will: • Help prepare you for work, including training in specific job skills • Marketing job seekers to potential employers • Resume development & interview skills training • On the job support for you and the employer

Your local DES Disability Employment Services provider Office Hours 8.30am - 5.00pm Monday - Friday

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AXIS Employment, a division of Community AXIS Enterprises Inc

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ADVERTORIAL I COUNTRY ARTS SA The Seekers Story told by one of its own Celebrating one of the country’s most revered music groups, Athol Guy – The Seekers Story, is a musical and visual spectacular that takes the audience on a journey from the 60s through to modern day. Athol Guy – bassist and one of The Seekers’ founding members – is joined by an all-star cast including 60s pop-star Buddy England for a special guest appearance, as well as Rod Hulls (keyboards & vocals), Jenny Blake (vocals) and Michael Cristiano (guitar & vocals) for this trip down memory lane. Written and narrated by Athol, the Seekers’ story starts in the 1960s, and fills the gaps in between through to modern day, where the band recently celebrated their 50th anniversary. The Seekers Story is a personal experience, taking in Athol’s earliest musical moments leading up to the unmistakeable Seekers sound and their international success. It features unique and rarely seen footage from the band’s history and live performances of their biggest hits, as well as other iconic songs from the 60s era that influenced Athol and the group in their early years. The show is well overdue for Seekers fans, in fact, Athol has long been encouraged by industry friends to share his side of the supergroup’s story. When it came to putting it all togther, he wanted to include some background moments that weren’t always revealed in band’s public exposure and celebrate their incredible five-decades worth of achievements. That and of course the incredible back catalogue of songs that still resonate with fans of all ages. “Audiences today love to hear the songs and to sing along, but more and more they love you to share your stories as if they are part of a special group of friends, which indeed they are,” says Athol. “Fifty years on and time does not dilute the freshness or unique appeal of the music, as it still touches on all the moments of reflection, happiness, nostalgia and poignancy of the individual and shared times we all experience.” The Seekers smashed onto the Australian music scene with their debut hit I’ll Never Find Another You and were quickly named Top Best New Group in the New Musical Express Poll Winners Awards. Their follow-up single A World Of Our Own went

LOCAL Casterton Young Farmers re-launch with black tie ball

further to demonstrate that The Seekers were the band to watch out for as it knocked The Beatles from their place in the top of the charts. The band’s line-up – Judith Durham, Athol Guy, Keith Potger and Bruce Woodley – were all joint Australians of the Year in 1967. They were the first group to reach number one on the United Kingdom charts with their first three singles, the first Australian group to reach number one in the United Kingdom (with I’ll Never Find Another You) and the first Australian group to reach number one in the United States (with Georgy Girl).Drawing from this history, Athol starts the show with a selection of songs that influenced the group, from which they organically grew their own unique blend of strong leads and soaring harmonies. Don’t miss this special musical journey through The Seekers history – it is sometimes emotional, sometimes funny, but always joyously uplifting. Audiences are encouraged to be prepared to sing along and celebrate The Seekers Story – the story behind one of Australia’s favourite bands. FRIDAY, MAY 1 Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, Mount Gambier

The Casterton Young Farmers and the Casterton Sandford Football Netball Club have come together to host The CAAB Beef, Beer & Bull Ball to be held in the sale barn at Boonaroo, on April 25th starting at 6pm. The black tie event promises to be an experience of fine wining, dining and entertainment. CAAB (Certified Australian Angus Beef) have come on board as the evenings major sponsor and will supply their premium steak for the main course, the quality of which is renowned Australia wide. Certified Australian Angus Beef is a premium quality product, chosen by high end restaurants for their menus, but is also available to everyday consumers through various retail outlets. Finns Fine Foods will be the caterers for the evening and will present an amazing four course meal. Nibbles will be provided upon arrival with guests to be seated by 7pm for the serving of entrée with main course and desert to follow. Fine wine also promises to be a feature of the evening with the famous Trentham Estate wines to be served thanks to the generosity and wonderful support of Dave Mullen Wines and the Ex Cats. Entertainment will be provided by Beachport Band Trespass, who are

sure to set the atmosphere for this unique event. For those not wishing to drive Guthrie’s Bus Service will be providing a shuttle bus to and from the event. An event of this scale takes a lot of organising and would not be possible without the generous support of the following sponsors. Miller Whan & John, Thomas Degaris & Clarkson, Nationwide Artificial Breeders, Herring Shearing, Vickery Brothers Fertiliser, Brooker Trailer Hire, Guthrie’s Bus Service, Casterton Farm Supplies, Elders Casterton, and Landmark Casterton. So please get behind the Casterton Young Farmers, who have recently reformed after many years, and the Casterton Sandford Football Netball Club, and make this a night to remember for the whole community and be part of the CAAB BEEF, BEER & BULL BALL on Sat,urday April 25. Tickets and bookings for tables up to 10, will be available from The Glenelg Inn, Sports & All, Bloomers and Hairwize. Ticket price is $120 per person, all inclusive.

Above - Bridie Tierney, Kevin Stark, Adrian Jarred and Madalene Cleary.

BOOK OF THE WEEK

Hopscotch • Jane Messer Forced into an early retirement due to illness, Sam Rosen has lost any semblance of control over his life. His wife, Rhonda, confined to the carer role, is feeling her identity ebb slowly away as her former life retreats further and further into the past. Their eldest son Mark is overinvested and as he lurches towards financial disaster. Middle child Liza has always been independent and content to scrape through on her child-care worker’s wage in one of the most expensive property markets in the world. But when her biological clock goes off, she’s out of time in a city where men are thin on the ground. Baby of the family Jemma thinks that being mild-mannered will let her pass through life unharmed.

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AT THE CINEMA Avengers Age of Ultron April 23 When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and it is up to The Avengers to stop the villainous Ultron from enacting his terrible plans.

LOCAL Glenelg Shire set to be featured on TV Popular TV program Better Homes and Gardens will showcase some of the shire’s iconic commemorative locations in an episode to air on Friday, April 24. Filming focussed on the Dartmoor Memorial Carvings and the Lone Pine in Dartmoor, as well as the Gallipoli Rose Display in Portland. The visit was initiated through representatives of the local RSL subbranch and coordinated in consultation with Council’s Parks and Gardens staff. This was further promoted by Treloar Roses to coincide with their release of the Gallipoli Rose to commemorate the ANZAC centenary. These roses are on display in the circular bed on the forecourt of the Council Office in Portland, with Treloar roses having also donated a plaque for this garden bed.

PGA Legends head to Mount Gambier & Naracoorte By popular demand

Now in Front B Bar • Mon to Fri 12-2pm

$9.90 steak night

$5 beef schnitzel

Now Wed & Thurs • Bookings essential

with chips and gravy

• $12.90 bistro menu. Salad and veg bar included. • Fri night happy hour 5–6.30pm $2.55 schooners plus 2x$100 draws. Ȉ ͜Ȃ͞ Ȃ ͆͝ ƪ

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Members special FREE birthday meal) • Chefs choice $10 every day • Wed & Thur 300g rump steak and schooner of beer or soft drink only $9.90. Free to join.

TAKEAWAYS & PHONE ORDERS AVAILABLE LUNCH & DINNER - 7 DAYS | LOUNGE & FRONT BAR GAMING LOUNGE | X-LOTTO | FULL TAB FACILITIES POOL TABLE | COMFORTABLE LOUNGE & BAR

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“The Western Tavern is committed to ensuring responsible service and promotion of alcohol & gambling in our venue”

Peter Fowler, European and Australasian PGA Tour player, has confirmed he will return to Naracoorte to defend his Mini Jumbuk PGA Legends Pro-Am Title to be played at Naracoorte Golf Club Sunday, April 26. Fowler the 1983 Australian Open Champion has won four prestige European Senior Tour titles and won the Mini Jumbuk event last year with a four under par round of 68. Fowler gave the PGA “Flat Bellies”(players under 50 years of age)a fright last month in the BMW $1million prize money New Zealand Open. With rounds of 68, 69, 69, and a brilliant 6 under par 66 in the final round Fowler finished tied for seventh a nice payday on his home soil. Fowler will be joined by fellow New Zealander Simon Owen who played the US Masters in 1979 and finished second in the Open Championship in 1978. Winner of the 2013 Mini Jumbuk PGA Legends Pro-Am Rodger Davis has also confirmed he will return for the third time. Davis has

played all four PGA Majors, the US Masters, US Open, The Open Championship and U.S. PGA Championship. Davis was ranked in the top 10 of the Official World Golf Rankings for 29 weeks between 1987 and 1992. Chris Williams from South Africa has confirmed his entry and played well at last year’s Seniors Open Championship played at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club in Wales. Former Australian Seniors Champion Darryl Purchase also played in the same event and is returning

Major Home Contents Auction Sunday April 26 @ 11am. 607 – 609 Riversdale Road, Camberwell View: Thursday 23rd, Friday 24th & Saturday 25th 1pm–8pm, Sunday from 8am, or by appointment Estate Items of Consequence. Australian Art, British, French & Asian Antiquities. Original 1890s Large Victorian Heritage-listed Homestead of the Area, with Turret - Views to City Centre & the Sea. Featuring Major Works of Art by Famous Australian Artists: Nolan, Blackman, Tucker, Arthur David & Jamie Boyd, Perceval, Namatjira, Olsen, Withers, JA Turner, Cumbrae Stewart, Dickerson, Arkley, Sawrey, Scheltema, Rolando, Haxton, Crooke, Pro Hart, Buckmaster, Edkins, Gill, Loxton, Herbert, Chevalier, Bennett, Power, L Long, Ashton, Elliot, Carse. Collection of Asian Art inc. 9 Watercolours by World Renowned Chinese Artist, Chinese Scrolls & Japanese Prints. Offering Fine Furniture - Inc. Outstanding 5 Leg 4 Leaf Scottish Mahogany Dining Table c.1850s, Chairs, Display Cabinets, Chests, Card Tables & More. Superb Porcelain, Sterling Silver, Ivory (Inc Ming Dynasty Lohan Monk), Jade, Jewellery, Asian Buddhas & Bronzes, Glassware, Australian Pottery, Clocks, Rugs, Lights, Wine Collection, Garden Furniture – Ornaments.

The Glenelg Auction Centre - Open 7 Days 109 Learmonth Street PORTLAND VIC 3305 — Ph (03) 5523 5333 portland@glenelgauctions.com.au For Catalogue & Details see www.glenelgauctions.com.au – Enquiries to Brian O’Halloran Mob 0407 944 980. Online, Absentee & Phone Bidding Available.

for the third time. Mini Jumbuk managing director Darren Turner said the international company are the naming rights sponsor for the third year because it offers the opportunity to provide corporate hospitality and is good for the promotion of Naracoorte with all the interstate and overseas visitors. GJ Gardner Homes’ Rod and Meg Dohse, the presenting sponsor for the second time, said the event was an Australian marketing bonus for Naracoorte and their company are long time supporters of events that are good for the town and district. The Blue Lake Golf Club in Mount Gambier is joining the South East PGA Legends Tour and will stage its inaurugal Legends event on Friday, April 24. Tournament director Bill Burley said he had watched with interest the success and publicity over the past two years of the Naracoorte Golf Club event and now with the support of a dedicated group of sponsors his golf club joins the South Australian program of the National PGA Legends Tour. The Nelson Hotel Blue Lake Legends ProAm will be the first event on the South Australian PGA Legends Tour circuit.

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CAPEWELL CELEBRATES RETURN TO MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL WITH A WIN It was a mixed start for the new faces in the coach’s box in the Mid South East Football League at the weekend when the opening round came to a close. Nangwarry premiership coach Leigh Capewell celebrated with a first round victory over Tantanoola in his new role as the head of Port MacDonnell, while Glencoe’s new coach Keith Ransom had to settle for a narrow loss to Hatherleigh. The remaining clash saw Kongorong outclass Nangwarry to the tune of 77 points. While it was only round one, the Port MacDonnell 14 point victory was an important one, given the Tigers were the only side the Demons were unable to topple last season. But that aside, it was a typically scratchy opening round clash with a litany of errors from both sides and the usual running out of legs as the match wore on. “We shot out of the blocks,” Capewell said. “It would have been disappointing if we had lost it after leading all day but the good thing was they challenged us and we responded, which is good for a young side.” The experienced, well-travelled coach admitted to pre-game nerves at his new home. “It’s good to be nervous though but I was very happy with the boys,” he said. Capewell said for the last quarter and a half of the contest was very scrappy with a lot of skill errors and basic mistakes from both sides. “It was a good close game but not a great spectacle,” he said. “The first round is always very, very hard.” The Demons enjoyed a 22 point half time advantage and kicked the first goal of the second half but an easy missed opportunity seemed to open the door for the Tigers who kicked the next four goals to work their way right back into the contest. At the final change, the home side was only seven points in arrears but the Demons leaders, including Ben McGregor and Will MacDonald stood tall, while senior debutante Nick Driver, who swapped between the wing and half forward, provided some important run and carry in the final 10 minutes of the game. Capewell said no player put in a four quarter performance but he was pleased with the work rate of Dylan Bromley at centre half forward, who finished with two goals. “He contested well and gave us a good marking target,” Capewell said. The run of Scott Enderl, the drive of Adam Taylor and the reliability of Rohan Povey in defence, were all key contributing factors in the 14 point win but the new coach admits there is still plenty of work to be done. Heath Brown was best for the Tigers, while Jack Dawe, who was coming off a break out 2014, was again one of Tantanoola’s most important players. Glencoe came from the clouds to almost steal the premiership points from the Eagles, but new coach Ransom was not destined for a fairytale start to his Mid South East coaching career. After an opening half that strongly resembled an arm wrestle, where the Murphies held sway by four points at quarter time and trailed by three at the half, the third quarter was all the Eagles, the six goal to two quarter all but breaking open the tight tussle. But the Murphies were not done with and a five goal to nil final quarter saw Glencoe fall three points shy of victory. Zacc Cocks was best on ground for the losers, continuing his stellar form of 2014, with Michael McRae finishing the match with four goals. Brad Wight was Hatherleigh’s best in front of the big sticks, finishing with a bag of five, while new Eagle Brad Haskett intensified his reputation from the Great Southern Football League with a best on ground performance. The five goal haul from John Simkin and the hard running and class of Jason and Dwayne Phillips saw the Hawks easily account for Nangwarry Check out our facebook page for all the weekend scoreboards.

Above (from left) - Blue Lake Under 12 player Keean Ferguson moves the ball out of defence and Centrals Under 17 defender Khaya Tsuama clears the ball. Below (from left) - Alex Lupos looks to break free during Under 17 action against Portland and Blue Lake’s Gaylay Ka tries to keep control as the Inter defenders close in during Under 12 action. PHOTOS COURTESY OF WAYNE COPPICK.

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Above (from left) - Adam Taylor was one of the Bay’s best at the weekend as was Will MacDonald, who lifted when the heat was on in the final quarter when the Tigers challenged. Below (from left) - Rising star Riley Chant gets away this handball as the cavalry arrives for the Tigers; Joel Feast flying high and handsome to take this grab. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE.

Bordertown 9.3 8.4 27.11 33.17 (215) Border Districts 0.0 3.1 4.2 ` 5.5 (35) Goals – Bordertown: G. Robinson 10; T. Harkness 7; J. Searle 5; C. Diment 3; A. Diment 2; C. Dahlitz, M. Hayes, N. Clark, C. McCarthy, R. Tink, C. Clark. Border Districts: D. Hargreaves 3; N. Thomas, B. Keast. Best – Bordertown: C. Clark, G. Robinson, J. Searle, B. Damin, T. Wheelen, N. Clark. Border Districts: N. Naylor, C. Burr, B. Keast, S. Barras, F. Adams, N. Tarca. Kybybolite 7.1 12.5 18.12 24.18 (162) Kaniva Leeor 3.2 8.4 10.6 14.7 (91) Goals – Kybybolite: B. Laurie, S. Carberry 6; J. McKay 5; B. Munn 2; S. Craig, C. MacKinnon, T. Cooper, J. Bittner, M. Drury. Kaniva Leeor: J. Turner 3; T. Stribling, S. Dodson, D. Williams 2; J. Merrett, D. Hawker, R. Richardson, J. O’Connor, A. Duncan. Best – Kybybolite: B. Laurie, R. Jaensch, J. McKay, J. Bittner, B. Hindmarsh, D. Munn. Kaniva Leeor: S. Guilhaus, L. Vivian, J. Vivian, V. Thach, S. Dodson, J. Lyon Keith 2.5 5.9 14.12 21.15 (141) Naracoorte 4.0 8.2 9.4 11.6 (72) Goals – Keith: B. Simounds 9; S. Luders 4; S. Molineux, H, Gill, J. Wilson 2; S. McMurray, B. Farmer. Naracoorte: S. Willson 5; F. Day, B. Gould 2; J. Bell, M. Smith. Best – Keith: T. McAllister, B. Simounds, T. Geyer, P. Makin, H. McMurray, H. Gill. Naracoorte: B. Gould, S. Willson, M. Gill, J. Gilbert, G. McWaters. Padthaway 2.4 5.5 13.9 18.11 (119) Lucindale 1.1 5.1 8.5 11.8 (74) Goals – Padthaway: S. Welsh 6; J. Dicker 3; B. Gunning, J. Degabriele, T. McLennan 2; L. Rochester, T. Edwards, J. Cicolella. Lucindale: S. Mardling 4; H. Legoe, P. Marshall 2; R. Handbury, M. Snowball, S. Pemble. Best - Padthaway: B. Ettridge, D. Boynaton, K. Hicks, S. Welsh, T. McNamara, T. McLennan. Lucindale: M. Snowball, R. McInerney, D. Ogilvie, T. MacKenzie, H. Legoe, D. McCarthy. Mundulla 4.6 8.9 12.19 17.24 (126) Kingston 0.2 4.4 5.7 7.11 (53) Goals – Mundulla : D. Burgess 4; A. Obst 3; W. Packer, J. Mock, J. McGrice 2; B. Packer, R. Williams, L. Wiese, N. Davis. Kingston: J. Wehl 3; I. Vallejo, T. Baker, B. Kennedy, K. Baker. Best – Mundulla: J. McGrice, L. Wiese, B. Marra, T. Ballinger, A. Obst, B. Packer. Kingston: A. Stenner, A. Oddy, J. Wehl, A. Cuneen, B. Warner, C. Holloway.

Above (from left) - Millicent teenager Sophie Ferguson passes off to a team mate and (below) - Kylie Grosser looks past the hands pressure from Tilah Buckingham to find a team mate.

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SAINTS & TIGERS SHOW NO MERCY Reigning premiers Millicent and 2014 grand finalist North Gambier showed they mean business with emphatic victories in the completion of the opening round of the 2015 Western Border Netball Association season. The Saints went on a scoring spree in their 79-37 victory over a new look South Gambier, while the Tigers, with their two gaolers Caroline Davey and Abbey Duncan named as best, also inflicting a heavy defeat on Casterton Sandford, 63-34. Millicent started their opening round clash in devastating form – not just with the slickness of their offence and the weight of possession but with their smothering defence. Hayley Dunn was impassable in the opening stanza with deflections, interceptions and incredible pressure over the ball and she was well supported by Kimmi Varcoe. The real revelation of the defensive end, though was Keah Lynch. Starting on the defensive wing, the player who usually takes her place at the offensive end of the court was clearly focussed on taking advantage of her first start in A Grade company. She shut down space on all her opponents with desperate one on one marking, had the confidence to hunt interceptions in the mid court and was a key offensive threat with her drives down court. Lynch then linked well with Lisa Duldig and Melinda Squire, who delivered the ball with precision to Donna Denton and Danika Jolley. The shooting duo had switched bibs from the 2014 season and Jolley seemed to relish in the space afforded her at goal attack, while Denton used her perfect timing and smarts to find space just when her feeders were ready to deliver and she shot with impressive accuracy all game, highlighted by her 19 from 20 attempts in the final quarter. The Saints were just able to find too much space all over the court in the first and last quarters, in particular, allowing them to play the free flowing brand of netball they relish and the Demons problems were compounded by the stifling defensive efforts that Millicent prides itself on. Dunn continued as she started, rebounding strongly, continuing to pull in interceptions and generally marshalling the back four, while Duldig and Lynch ensured, the South mid court just couldn’t find space or an easy path to the circle’s edge. The shooting combination of new coach Nicole Butler and new captain Chantelle Weir showed promise but it was hard to settle and find any rhythm against the competition pacesetters. Weir worked hard for the four quarters, providing an outlet in the mid court and looking to find space and hold strongly in the shooting circle, shooting 29 of the Demons’ 37 goals. Alyssa Boylan was another Demons who put in a four quarter performance. She ran hard in the first quarter at centre and then had Denton working over time in the second quarter thanks to her ability to go step for step with the star goal shooter. She then moved out to goal defence and snaffled a number of interceptions, as well as being a key player in clearing the ball from defence and sending it deep into the attacking goal third. Alyce Mourbey also managed to create her share of turnovers on a day that was tough for the defenders, given the speed the ball was reaching the Saints shooting circle. The Demons stayed in touch in the third quarter,

which they lost by only four goals but the final quarter was a disappointing blow out as the Saints went on to record a 42 goal victory. In the remaining clash of the round, North Gambier made a similarly strong statement with its victory over Casterton Sandford. The Cats, thought, as we always expect, were competitive early with A grade debutantes Tayla Guthrie and Gaby Tomkins having an immediate impact. Guthrie was outsized by new North coach and goal shooter Davey and also lacks the experience for the former Premier League gaoler but she worked hard to get into good positions and was able to create some turnovers and snare a few rebounds. The hard running and determination of Tomkins was expected to be a factor and it was as she looked to limit the impact of returning Tigers centre Amanda O’Shaughnessy, as well as having an impact herself at the offensive end. At the first break, the home side was only two goals in arrears, 11-13. The Tigers, not coincidentally as Abbey Duncan injected herself into the contest, took complete control in the second quarter. Duncan started to find space and feed Davey with precision and the scoring spree started for the Tigers as the visitors also started to create more turnovers for their shooting combination to take advantage of. Melissa Renko was the player who started to earn the interceptions and deflections on the defensive wing and Duncan and Davey converted accurately to ensure the Tigers’ dominance resulted in scoreboard pressure,. The visitors led by 15 by the main break, forcing the Cats to shuffle their line-up, swapping gaolers Jan Murphy and Madalene Cleary, defenders Abbey Shannon and Guthrie and moving Natalie Rhook into the middle and pushing Tomkins to the defensive wing. North, too, saw the 15 goal margin as an opportunity to inject teenage talent Sienna Allen into the contest at goal keeper. The changes certainly helped the Cats as the returned to the form of the opening stanza, with Natalie and Haylee Rhook working overtime to find their goalers in space and the change in defensive positions also creating more turnovers. Shannon made life tougher for Davey and was able to make a number of stops for the Cats and by the final change, the lead had only blown out by one goal to a 16 goal deficit. The continued hard driving of O’Shaughnessy and the ability of Bailey Watson to start and find space on the attacking wing, saw North again control the final quarter, winning it 19-6, to ensure the final margin was an emphatic one. Having looked to perhaps convert Hatherleigh recruit Kaitlin Smith from a circle defender to a mid courter, the Tigers ended up playing her at goal defence, where she has claimed a best on court in a losing grand final accolade and a runner-up performance in the association A grade best & fairest count and it clearly paid dividends. Her combination in the back three with Alannah Campbell and Renko, as well Allen, gives the Tigers a tough defensive line and one with plenty of flexibility. While the final margin was 29, the Cats would be buoyed by the fact that damage was done in only two quarters and if they can play competitive netball for four quarters, they will test all sides in the competition.

KNT Netball - A Grade Border Districts 44 (G. Nolan, A. Nolan) d Bordertown 42 (N. Twigden, T. Poulton); Naracoorte 61 (K. Mott, A. Bennier) d Keith 38 (E. Gilbert, A. Schreiber); Lucindale 35 (S. Logan, M. Gear) d Padthaway 14 (E. Edwards, S. Power); Kaniva Leeor 63 (L. Bale, C. Feder) d Kybybolite 36 (B. Drury, G. Maggi). Check out our facebook page for a full list of results.

Above (from left) - Millicent A Reserve defender Lucy Walker on the fly; South Gambier new recruit Kimmi Saffin lines up this attempt in A Reserve action at the weekend. Below (from left) - Millicent defender Shasta Bowman takes an interception despite the efforts of Tash Hemmings-Dunn to reclaim the ball; and South Gambier A Reserve mid courter Megan Lawler in action.

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EASTER SHOWJUMPING FESTIVAL - Check out our facebook page for a full list of results.

Above (from left) - Local rider Emma McCrae in action aboard Killeter Park; Katie Crauford, another local rider, tackles the course on Visable and Jo Cotter guides Bridezilla around the Blue Lake Sports Park velodrome course during the Easter Showjumping Festival. Below (from left) - Luke Johnson, riding River Downs Flame, had a good weekend at the Mount Gambier Showjumping Club event; Imogen Whittaker and Orion tackle the veldrome course on Easter Saturday and Kayla McGuire aboard Cinnamon looks to get around the course with minimal penalties and in good time.

Below (from left) - Local hope Sam McCrae aboard Desert Sands has been a regular competitor at the Easter event. Below (bottom right) - Binni Greig and Iplod work thier way around the Blue Lake Sports Park veldrome course . Below (top right) - Yalumba Fantazia and rider Alison Rowland tackle the Easter Showjumping Festival during Easter Saturday action.

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OPENING ROUND GOES TO SCRIPT The final two matches of the opening round of Western Border football saw the expected results as North Gambier scored an emphatic victory over Casterton Sandford and South Gambier shook off a determined Millicent to take home the points. On the back of Justin McConnell’s 10 goals and a best on ground performance from Brett Kennedy, the Tigers were far too strong for the Cats, who have been rocked by the late withdrawal of two key recruits in the week leading into the season. It was an ominous performance for both clubs – the Tigers again looming as clear premiership favourites, and the Cats looking undermanned and under pressure. As the Tigers piled on eight goals in the opening quarter and ended up with 25 for the match, the Cats endured a second half that yielded only two behinds. At McLaughlin Park, the Saints came out full of run and focus and tested the 2015 Elastoplast Cup champions South Gambier for the first half but for new coach Brett Exelby, the match eventually went to script and the Demons banked the premiership points as expected. “I was expecting us to come out with a bit more of a bang but to Millicent’s credit they were fantastic,” Exelby said, “Their intensity was great and wanted the ball a lot more.” But in the end the cream rose to the top and over powered the young Saints line-up. “We got our standards up to where we need them to be after half time,” Exelby said. Scott Fleming had a big say in the final result in arguably his best game since heading to South. “ he was great in the ruck and took

some strong marks around the ground which is what we need,” Exelby said. And the man who most benefitted from Fleming’s efforts in the ruck was Ashley Bryant, who did the majority of the grunt work on ball, working hard at the bottom of packs to extract the ball and find a team mate. The most telling move in the second half was experienced defender Dion Stratford into the centre. “He (Stratford) gave us the run we’d been looking for,” Exelby said. Brett O’Neil was also clean all day, providing the leadership and the silky skills needed in the absence of skipper Simon Berkefeld, while debutante Liam Denton showed he is ready for the challenge of senior football with his performance on the wing. “But credit to Millicent - they had a real crack and are a good bunch of young lads,” Exelby said. Tom Hutchesson was a revelation in his role on ball, while James Weir was dangerous up forward. “He (Weir) really straightened them up a lot,” Exelby said. And then there were the usual suspects with Nat Robbins, Cam Haggett and Stave Duldig leading the way for their young team mates. “They really are the backbone of their side.” Check out our facebook page for all the weekend scoreboards.

TEARS OF JOY AS HAWKS SECURE BREAKTHROUGH VICTORY There were tears and a stirring rendition of the club song as Kongorong’s A Grade netballers did something they hadn’t done for more than three seasons – they won. After a tight first half that saw only one goal the difference at the first two changes, Kongorong started to take control and build up a double figure advantage. “In the third quarter we came out and played about 12 minutes where we were just on song,” new senior coach Tanya Lowe said. “I couldn’t have asked for better passing and everything we did at training was just gospel.” The Hawks’ dominance forced the Saints into an injury time out and while it stopped the run of the rampaging Hawks, their experienced coach just begged them to stay focussed. “I just asked them to stay focussed and score our centre passes until the break,” she said. The three quarter time address was all important with the Hawks in rare air – leading a game of netball. “I just wanted to make sure they knew we wanted to win the game but that we needed to be smart about how we go about it,” Lowe said. “I said to play possession netball, look after the ball and don’t force it into the circle.” And that’s exactly what the Hawks did to hold on for a six goal victory. Lowe praised the efforts of young wing defender Tia Pelkonen, who did just what her coach asked and forfeited her usual floating loose checking game for a tight defensive style that shut down the space for her opponents and made it hard for the Saints to find their feeders in space. Her pressure helped circle defenders Kaylah Earl and Sarah Lucas made life tough for the Saints shooters and secured enough turnovers to give their own shooters plenty of scoring opportunities. Opportunities that young shooter Tabatha Sanderson, in her second season with the Hawks, well and truly took. The young goaler received some great service from New Zealand recruit Pre Jennings and Ali Anderson and she ensured her team mates got good value for money with some accurate finishing, while goal attack Ashley Sturges ran all day as she always does as she looked to open up the back space for Sanderson. Jennings and Anderson were key for the Hawks with their ability to run all day and their precise delivery into the circle. “I think it was a good game for spectators to watch,” Lowe said. Tammy Smith spearheaded the late charge from the Saints, converting at 100 percent in the frenetic final quarter, while Cassie Dinnison was a consistent performer through the mid court. One shining light for the Saints was youngster Tayla McKeon, who spent some time at centre and wing attack and showed a lot of promise in her first A Grade outing. It was a tight contest in the GlencoeHatherleigh clash as well, with the Murphies securing a confidence boosting eight goal victory over the 2013 and ’14 grand finalists. Losing the defensive combination of Georgina Brooks and Kaitlin Smith was always going to test the depth of the Eagles, with Keston Green also unavailable. But after a tough opening quarter, the Eagles did lead the contest by three goals. Annabel Brooks was prominent at wing defence in the opening quarter for Hatherleigh, as was shooter Megan Allan. That advantage was quickly eroded by the Murphies though as they reeled off the first six goals of the second quarter as youngster Sarah Edwards, Bec Edwards and Kalangadoo recruit Jordy Jones, all creating interceptions and disrupting the Eagles’ offensive efforts. Athletic shooter Sarah Kasparian also started to become a real factor with her accuracy ensuring Glencoe’s dominance impacted the scoreboard as she scored 17 of the Murphies’ 21 second quarter goals. The rebounding ability of Ebony McDiarmid was also critical at the defensive end of the court as Glencoe built a nine goal half time lead. The third and fourth quarters were as tight as the first and at the final change the margin was eight in favour of the Murphies. The combination of Kasparian and Jones in goals looks set to reap rewards for Glencoe, while Ashlea Edwards and Alyce Finnis

provide pace and good hands for the mid court. Brooks and Kelsey Wight (Bromley) were named best for the new look Hatherleigh team. The final match was the tightest of the round with Port MacDonnell defying the match trend to lead when it counted most. The Demons scored the first three goals of the game and then only hit the front again in the final five minutes of the tough, close match. The form of goal shooter Jami Walker was pivotal for the Tigers, as was the defensive pressure of Simone Little and Kate Bromley, who worked over time to limit the influence of the Demons goalers, while Talana Knaggs was arguably best on court despite being in the losing side, with her tireless efforts at wing defence. The Demons would consider themselves to have got out of jail in this opening round clash. Coach Toni Lee Gilmore took herself off the court at quarter time and injected recruit Megan Hein into the shooting circle with Tamara Ferguson but by three quarter time the experienced, three time premiership goaler had to return to the court, reshuffling the mid court in the process as she moved Hein to centre and swapped her wings Marie Lewis and Michelle Moore (Lewis), with Moore moving to the attacking wing. It was a gamble that paid off as the Demons turned a two goal three quarter time deficit into a two goal victory. It was a match where the defensive pressure not only saw a number of skill errors but also some poor shooting accuracy from both teams with Tantanoola missing 31 shots and Port MacDonnell 24, as the pressure of the tight opening round clash took its toll. Belinda Scott was the Demons’ best, bouncing back from a quieter first half against Walker to make life tough for the Tantanoola goalers in the second half to create a number of turnovers. Lewis was also pivotal in the Demons’ resurgence and her move to wing defence was pivotal in the final wash up. Check out our facebook page for all the weekend scoreboards. Above - Talana Knaggs looks to stop Megan Hein from taking possession. Below left - Demons defender Ash Heald looks to pressure this shot of Jami Walker. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE.

PIONEERS South East Australian Basketball League NUNAWADING 88 d CASTEC RURAL SUPPLIES MOUNT GAMBIER PIONEERS 74 ((E. Burdon 16; D. Johnson 15; B. Hill, T. Lee 11; T. Daly 10; M. Sutton 5; K. Russell 4; M. Makoi 2).

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TV GUIDE THURSDAY, APRIL 16

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 Living Black Encore 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 9.00 Mornings 11.30 Seven Morning News 1.30 France 24 News 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & 11.00 Na onal Morning News 1.45 The Journal The Beau ful Encore 8.00 Fam- 12.00 All Australian News 12.00 The Midday Movie 2.00 PBS Newshour 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Someone Is Watching (M) ily Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 3.00 Al Jazeera News 11.00 Reef Doctors 12.00 Dr Phil 2.00 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.30 The Real White Queen 1.00 Everyday Gourmet 1.30 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 The Chase and Her Rivals Entertainment Tonight 2.00 The 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 Doctors 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 4.15 A ernoon News 4.30 First Across Australia 5.00 Deal or No Deal Ben’s Menu 4.00 Good Chef Bad 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 Le ers And Numbers 5.30 Million Dollar Minute Chef 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 6.00 WIN News 6.00 Food Safari 6.00 Seven News 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.30 Top Gear 6.30 SBS World News 7.00 Home And Away 8.50 The Footy Show (AFL) 7.30 Rachel Khoo’s *Double Episode* 6.00 Family Feud 11.00 The Footy Show (NRL) Cosmopolitan Cook 8.00 Australia: The Story 6.30 The Project 1.00 All Australian News 8.00 Poh & Co. of Us 7.30 Modern Family 2.00 A Current Affair 8.30 Chocolate Perfec on 9.00 Downton Abbey 8.30 Gogglebox 2.30 Extra 10.00 State of Affairs 9.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. with Michel Roux Jr 3.00 Imprac cal Jokers 11.00 The Amazing Race S26 10.30 Blue Bloods 9.30 Vikings 3.30 Good Morning America 12.00 Desperate Housewives 11.30 The Project - Encore 10.25 SBS World News 5.00 Early Morning News 1.00 Home Shopping 12.30 The Late Show 11.00 UEFA Highlights 5.30 Today 1.30 Infomercial 12.00 Movie: Kiss Me Again (MA) 5.30 Seven Early News GO 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans Go! GEM 4.30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 7 TWO 5.00 Best Houses Australia 5.30 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 A Homes Under The Hammer 6.30 Bargain 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Auc on Current Affair 8.00 David A enborough’s Hunt 7.30 Pie In The Sky 8.30 Lewis Hunters 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 Life 9.00 New Tricks 10.10 Black Adder 10.30 Blue Murder 11.45 Bargain Hunt Survivor: Worlds Apart 10.30 2 Broke Goes Forth 11.30 The Young Ones 12.10 12.45 Man About The House 1.15 How Girls 11.30 Two And A Half Men Super Nanny USA 1.00 Gideon’s Way The Other Half Live

TV GUIDE FRIDAY, APRIL 17

SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 9.00 The Morning Show Encore 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 9.00 Mornings ABC News Mornings 10.00 One 11.30 Seven Morning News 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold 11.00 Na onal Morning News Plus One 10.30 Life At 5 11.30 12.00 The Midday Movie & The Beau ful Encore 8.00 12.00 All Australian News Eggheads 12.00 ABC News Avalon High (G) Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 An ques Roadshow 10 11.00 The Living Room 12.00 2.00 Extra 2.00 Kitchen Cabinet 2.00 The Daily Edi on Dr Phil 1.00 Everyday Gourmet 2.30 Alive And Cooking 2.30 The Paradise 3.00 The Chase 1.30 Entertainment Tonight 2.00 3.00 Na onal News Now 3.30 Midsomer Murders 4.00 Seven News at 4 The Doctors 3.00 Judge Judy 4.15 A ernoon News 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.00 Deal or No Deal 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 The Drum 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 3.30 Ben’s Menu 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 An ques Roadshow 6.00 Seven News 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 ABC News 6.30 Today Tonight 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 7.30 7.00 AFL Premiership Season 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.00 QI Rnd 3: Collingwood v 6.00 Family Feud 8.30 The Friday Movie 8.30 Midsomer Murders: St Kilda 6.30 The Project Life As We Know It (M) Murder by Magic 10.30 T.B.A. 7.30 The Living Room 10.50 The Late Movie 10.00 The Trip to Italy: 11.30 World’s Wildest 8.30 Graham Norton Show Hotel Locarno, Rome Police Videos 9.30 NCIS The Astronaut’s Wife (M) 10.30 Lateline 12.30 Friday Late Movie 10.30 Shark Tank - Encore 1.00 All Australian News 11.05 The Business 11.30 The Project - Encore 2.00 A Current Affair Taking Woodstock 11.20 rage 12.30 The Late Show 2.30 The Avengers 3.00 Home Shopping 7 MATE 5.00 How I Met Your Mother ELEVEN 5.00 Mork & Mindy 5.30 Becker ONE HD 5.00 Reel Ac on 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Mythbusters 7.00 AFL: Fremantle 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 v Pt Adelaide 7.30 Movie: The Avengers 7.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 7.30 Megafactories 8.30 Cops: Adults Only (PG) 10.30 Movie: Liar, Liar (M) 12.15 American Idol 9.30 Glee 10.30 Snog 9.30 Movie: Universal Soldier: Day of Movie: Van Wilder: Freshman Year (MA) Marry Avoid? 11.10 Movie Juice 11.40 Reckoning (AV15+) 11.50 Bellator MMA 2.15 Scare Tac cs 3.00 Trash to Treasure Wonderland - Encore 12.40 Frasier 1.50 Home Shopping

SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Sunrise 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.00 Today 1.00 NITV News Week 9.00 The Morning Show Encore 6.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 9.00 Mornings 1.30 France 24 News 11.30 Seven Morning News 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold 11.00 Na onal Morning News 1.45 The Journal 12.00 The Midday Movie & The Beau ful Encore 8.00 12.00 All Australian News 2.00 PBS Newshour Avalon High (G) Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 3.00 Al Jazeera News 10 11.00 The Living Room 12.00 2.00 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.30 Rex In Rome Dr Phil 1.00 Everyday Gourmet 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 The Chase 4.30 Indian Ocean with 1.30 Entertainment Tonight 2.00 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 Simon Reeve The Doctors 3.00 Judge Judy 4.15 A ernoon News 5.00 Deal or No Deal 5.30 Le ers And Numbers 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 3.30 Ben’s Menu 6.00 SBS World News 6.00 WIN News 6.00 Seven News 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 7.00 A-League Live 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 7.00 Be er Homes and 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful Newcastle Jets v 8.30 The Friday Movie Gardens 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News Syeney FC (Live) Life As We Know It (M) 7.30 AFL Premiership Season 6.00 Family Feud 9.30 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 10.50 The Late Movie Collingwood v St Kilda 6.30 The Project 10.00 SBS World News 7.30 The Living Room Could the Magpies be a The Astronaut’s Wife (M) 10.30 Heston’s In Search of 8.30 Graham Norton Show li le shaky a er a big 1.00 All Australian News Perfec on 9.30 NCIS turnover of players? 2.00 A Current Affair 10.30 Shark Tank - Encore 2.30 The Avengers 11.00 Movie: Trivial Ma ers (M) 11.00 T.B.A. 11.30 The Project - Encore 3.30 Good Morning America 12.45 Movie: Fuera Del Cielo 12.00 Harry’s Prac ce 12.30 The Late Show 5.00 Early Morning News 2.40 Movie: Un Secret (M) 12.30 Home Shopping GO 5.30 Teen Titans Go! 6.00 Movie: GEM 3.30 David A enborough’s Life 4.30 7 TWO 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Be er Scooby Doo! And The Samurai Sword (G) Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends Homes & Gardens 8.30 Escape To The 7.30 Movie: Another Cinderella Story (G) 7.30 Live Friday Night Football: Bulldogs Country 9.30 The House That $100K Built 9.30 Movie: Fool’s Gold (M) 11.45 T.B.A. v Sea Eagles 9.30 Football: Dragons v 10.45 Make My Home Bigger 11.15 Best 12.10 Beware The Batman 12.30 MAD Broncos 11.30 Movie: Murder at 1600 Houses Australia 11.45 Homes Under The 1.00 Robotomy 1.30 Rabbids Invasion (M) 1.40 The Marseilles Contract (M) Hammer 12.45 Escape To The Country

SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Saturday Disney 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.00 rage 6.00 The Offroad Adventure 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 6.30 Dora The Explorer 11.30 Spicks And Specks Show 6.30 Fishing Edge 7.00 10.00 The Morning Show 7.00 Weekend Today 12.00 Project Manta ET’s Fishing Classics 7.30 Good 12.00 Seven’s SANFL Chef Bad Chef 8.00 Family Feud 10.00 Mornings - Saturday 1.00 An ques Roadshow Port Adelaide v 12.00 Recipes That Rock - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 2.00 Paul Merton’s North Adelaide The Living Room 12.00 Tour The 12.30 Hot In Cleveland Adventures 3.00 AFL Premiership Season World 12.30 T.B.A. 1.00 Healthy 1.00 Who Do You Think 2.40 Cyber Dreaming Rnd 3: Adelaide v You Are? Homes TV 1.30 The Hotel 3.10 River Co age Veg Melbourne 2.00 The A ernoon Movie Inspector 2.30 Huey’s Kitchen Every Day 6.00 Seven News The Sisterhood of The 3.00 Car Torque 4.00 Saturday Landline 6.30 AFL Premiership Season 3.30 I Fish Travelling Pants (PG) 4.30 Midsomer Murders: Murder by Magic Rnd 3: North Melbourne 4.00 What’s Up Down Under 4.30 Fishing Australia 5.00 News: First At Five 6.00 The Checkout 4.30 Escape With ET v Port Adelaide 5.30 Getaway 6.30 Gardening Australia 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 10.00 Strip The City 7.00 ABC News 6.00 Gold Coast Cops- Encore 6.00 Na onal News Sunday 11.00 Marvel Studios: 7.30 New Tricks 6.30 Jamie’s Food Fight Club 7.00 The Saturday Movie Assembling a Universe Just Go With It (PG) 8.30 Birdsong 7.30 Bondi Vet 12.00 The Late Movie 9.20 The Saturday Movie 9.55 Sco & Bailey 8.30 Movie: Flight Changeling (AV) 11.15 The Late Movie 3.00 Harry’s Prac ce Paul Blart: Mall Cop (PG) 10.45 Case Sensi ve 12.15 rage Guest Programmer The Sessions (MA15+) 11.15 Movie: Obsessed (M) 3.30 It Is Wri en 5.00 rage 1.30 Home Shopping 4.00 Home Shopping 1.20 Movie: Plenty (M) 7 MATE 4.30 Kickin It 5.30 Movie: ELEVEN 4.30 Laverne & Shirley 5.00 ONE HD 5.00 M*A*S*H 6.00 Garage Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Mork & Mindy 5.30 Becker 7.00 Gold 6.30 Monster Jam 7.30 Cops 8.30 Events (PG) 7.30 Movie: Tangled (PG) Everybody Loves Raymond 8.30 The Elementary 9.30 Blue Bloods 10.30 Ross 9.30 Movie: The Incredible Hulk (M) Graham Norton Show 9.30 Sex And The Kemp: Ba le For The Amazon 11.30 11.45 Movie: Anaconda 3: Offspring (AV) City 10.50 Empire 11.50 The Loop 2.30 Blokesworld 12.00 The Killing 1.00 48 2.00 Special: Meguiar’s Motorex Everybody Loves Raymond Hours 2.00 Cops 3.00 Ross Kemp

SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.00 The Offroad Adventure 1.00 PBS Newshour 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 6.30 Dora The Explorer Show 6.30 Fishing Edge 7.00 2.00 Maurizio Pollini: A 7.00 Weekend Today With Andrew O’Keefe ET’s Fishing Classics 7.30 Good Musical Profile and Monique Wright. Chef Bad Chef 8.00 Family Feud 10.00 Mornings - Saturday 3.00 Gloria Victoria 12.00 Recipes That Rock 10.00 The Morning Show - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 3.10 Microtopia 12.00 Seven’s VFL The Living Room 12.00 Tour The 12.30 Hot In Cleveland 4.10 Tim Marlow’s Virtual Footscray v Box Hill World 12.30 Everyday Gourmet 1.00 Who Do You Think Gallery You Are? 3.00 AFL Premiership Season 1.00 Healthy Homes TV 1.30 4.20 Everybody Street Rnd 3: Carlton v The Hotel Inspector 2.30 Huey’s 2.00 The A ernoon Movie 5.30 Who Do You Think The Sisterhood of The Essendon Kitchen 3.00 Car Torque You Are? Travelling Pants (PG) 6.00 Seven News 3.30 I Fish 6.30 SBS World News 6.30 AFL Premiership Season 4.00 What’s Up Down Under 4.30 Fishing Australia 7.30 Great Con nental 5.00 News: First At Five Rnd 3: North Melbourne 4.30 Escape With ET Railway Journeys 5.30 Getaway v Port Adelaide 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 8.35 Movie: Downfall (MAV) 10.30 Strip The City: 6.00 Gold Coast Cops- Encore 6.00 Na onal News Sunday 11.25 Movie: Sarah’s Key (M) Harbour City 6.30 Jamie’s Food Fight Club 7.00 The Saturday Movie 1.25 Movie: At The End of Just Go With It (PG) Sydney 7.30 Bondi Vet Daybreak (M) 9.20 The Saturday Movie 11.30 Special: 8.30 Movie: A Good Day To 3.05 Greece: The Lost Signal Marvel Studios: Paul Blart: Mall Cop (PG) Die Hard (M) of Democracy Assembling a Universe 10.30 Movie: Die Hard: With 11.15 Movie: Obsessed (M) 4.05 Lilyhammer 12.30 Home Shopping 1.20 Movie: Plenty (M) A Vengeance (M) GO 5.30 Movie: Dennis The Menace (PG) GEM 2.15 Movie: How To Murder 7 TWO 6.00 Make My Home Bigger 7.30 Movie: Happy Feet (G) 9.40 Movie: Your Wife (PG) 4.45 Movie: The 6.30 The New Reclaimers 7.30 Storage Aus n Powers: Interna onal Man of Ba le of Britain (PG) 7.30 An ques Hoarders 8.30 Taggart 9.30 Fed Cup: Mystery (M) 11.40 Two And A Half Men Roadshow 8.30 CSI 9.30 CSI: NY 10.30 Netherlands v Australia - Day 1 12.30 12.10 Movie: Rogue (M) 2.00 The Darren Unforge able 11.20 Golden Boy 12.20 Taggart 2.30 Storage Hoarders 3.30 Sanders Show 2.30 Thunderbirds Are Go Movie: Dracula Prince of Darkness (M) Escape To The Country

TV GUIDE SATURDAY, APRIL 18

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 9.00 Mornings ABC News Mornings 10.00 11.30 Seven Morning News 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & 11.00 Na onal Morning News Australian Story 10.30 Foreign The Beau ful Encore 8.00 Fam- 12.00 All Australian News Correspondent 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 The Midday Movie 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 12.00 ABC News 1.00 An ques ily Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 Wild Child (PG) 11.00 Reef Doctors 12.00 Dr Phil 2.00 Extra Roadshow 2.00 Kitchen 2.00 The Daily Edi on 2.30 Alive And Cooking 1.00 Everyday Gourmet 1.30 Cabinet 2.30 The Paradise 3.00 The Chase Entertainment Tonight 2.00 The 3.00 Na onal News Now 3.30 Midsomer Murders 5.00 4.00 Seven News at 4 4.15 A ernoon News Doctors 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 ABC News 5.30 The Drum 6.00 5.00 Deal or No Deal Ben’s Menu 4.00 Good Chef Bad 5.00 Nine News Adelaide An ques Roadshow 7.00 ABC 5.30 Million Dollar Minute 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat Chef 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful News 7.30 7.30 6.00 Seven News 6.00 Na onal News 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.30 Today Tonight 8.00 The Checkout 7.00 A Current Affair 7.00 Home And Away 6.00 Family Feud 8.30 Our Girl 7.30 Top Gear 8.00 Australia: The Story 6.30 The Project 10.00 The Trip to Italy 8.50 The Footy Show (AFL) of Us 7.30 Modern Family 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Footy Show (NRL) 11.05 The Business 9.00 Downton Abbey 8.30 Gogglebox 1.00 All Australian News 10.00 State of Affairs 9.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. 11.20 Lowdown 2.00 A Current Affair 11.00 The Amazing Race S26 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.50 The Librarians 2.30 Extra 12.00 Desperate Housewives 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.20 Nothing on Earth 3.00 Imprac cal Jokers 1.00 Home Shopping 12.30 The Late Show 1.20 The World of Ma hew 3.30 Good Morning America 3.30 Harry’s Prac ce 1.30 Home Shopping Bourne 7 MATE 5.30 Wipeout USA 6.30 ELEVEN 5.00 Mork & Mindy 5.30 Becker ONE HD 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Family Feud Mythbusters 7.30 Bad Ink 8.30 Ta oo 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Last Man Standing Nightmares 9.00 Ink Master 11.45 South 7.00 Raymond 7.30 Futurama 8.00 The 8.30 Sirens 9.00 Movie: Dinner For Beach Tow 12.15 Sportsfan Clubhouse Simpsons 8.30 Movie: Stardust (PG) Schmucks (M) 11.20 Blokesworld 11.50 1.30 Charlie’s Angels 3.30 Trash To 11.05 Sex And The City 11.45 Beauty And The League 12.20 Home Shopping 2.20 Treasure 4.30 Motor Mate The Beast 12.45 Caroline In The City World Series Sprintcars

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SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Jake And The Neverland 6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend 6.30 Dora The Explorer Pirates 6.30 Sofia The First 7.00 Hillsong 7.00 Joseph Prince: Breakfast 9.00 Insiders 10.00 7.00 Weekend Today Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL New Crea on Church 7.30 Offsiders 10.30 Australia Wide Game Day 11.30 The Crows Everyday Gourmet 8.00 Where 10.00 Wide World of Sports 11.00 The World This Week 11.00 Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 11.30 Songs of Praise 12.00 Show It All Began 8.30 Studio 10 Landline 1.00 Gardening 12.00 Man Up! 10.00 The Bolt Report 12.30 Footy SA 12.30 Footy Flashbacks 11.00 All 4 Adventure 1.00 The Block Triple Threat Australia 1.30 The Mix 2.00 art + soul 3.00 The Art of Australia 2.00 AFL Premiership Season 12.00 The Talk 2.20 The A ernoon Movie 4.00 Restora on Home 5.00 Rnd 3: Geelong v 2.00 Australian Rally Love Birds (PG) New Tricks 6.00 Jennifer Byrne Gold Coast (Live) Championship 4.30 In The Garden Presents Great War Stories 6.30 5.30 SA Life 3.00 The Bolt Report - Encore 5.00 News: First At Five 6.00 Seven News 4.00 RPM 5.30 South Aussie With Cosi Compass 7.00 ABC News Sunday 7.00 My Kitchen Rules 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Na onal News Sunday 7.40 Australia’s Great War Horse 8.30 Sunday Night 6.00 Family Feud - Sunday 7.00 The Block Triple Threat 8.40 Poldark 9.40 For tude 9.30 Castle 6.30 Modern Family 8.30 60 Minutes 10.30 MAD AS HELL 11.30 Cougar Town 7.30 Shark Tank 9.30 Stalker 11.00 The Boffin The Builder 12.00 Ci zen Khan 8.30 NCIS: New Orleans 10.30 The Following The Bombadier: 12.45 Eastbound & Down 9.30 Empire 11.30 Almost Human Weapons of Gallipoli 1.30 Harry’s Prac ce 11.30 Gold Coast Cops Encore 12.30 Anger Management 11.30 Junior Doctors 12.00 2015 Formula 1 Bahrain 1.00 20/20 12.30 The Writers’ Room 2.30 Home Shopping Grand Prix (Live) 1.30 Spyforce 12.55 Movie: Platoon (M) 3.00 NBC Today 7 MATE 5.00 Seinfeld 6.30 Movie: ELEVEN 5.00 Mork & Mindy 5.30 ONE HD 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Family Feud Ba leship (PG) 9.15 Movie: Safe House Becker 6.00 Family Feud - Sunday 6.30 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Robson’s Extreme (M) 11.45 Movie: Anacondas: Trail The Simpsons 7.30 Futurama 8.00 The Fishing Challenge 8.30 Gold Coast of Blood (AV) 2.00 The Border 3.00 Simpsons 8.30 Movie: The Heartbreak Cops 9.00 Bondi Rescue 9.30 Movie: Ul mate Factories 4.00 Fi h Gear 5.00 Kid (M) 10.45 Californica on 11.25 Star Trainspo ng (M) 11.30 Sons of Anarchy Hook Line and Sinker Trek: Next Gen. 1.25 Mork & Mindy 12.30 RPM 1.30 48 Hours

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TV GUIDE TUESDAY, APRIL 21

SEVEN SA TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Sunrise 7.00 Huey’s Kitchen 7.30 Bold & 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 9.00 Mornings 9.00 The Morning Show The Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud ABC News Mornings 10.00 11.00 Na onal Morning News Four Corners 10.45 Media 11.30 Seven News Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 12.00 The Midday Movie Gold Coast Cops Encore 11.30 12.00 All Australian News Watch 11.00 Vet School 11.30 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Eggheads 12.00 ABC News G-Force (G) Bondi Rescue Encore 12.00 Dr 2.00 Extra 2.00 The Daily Edi on Phil 1.00 Everyday Gourmet 1.00 An ques Roadshow 3.00 The Chase 1.30 Entertainment Tonight 2.00 2.30 Alive and Cooking 2.00 Kitchen Cabinet 2.30 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Seven News at 4 The Doctors 3.00 Judge Judy The Paradise 3.30 Midomer 5.00 Deal or No Deal 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Good 4.15 Na onal A ernoon News Murders 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.30 Million Dollar Minute Chef Bad Chef Edi on 5.30 The Drum 6.00 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 6.00 Seven News An ques Roadshow 7.00 ABC 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 6.30 Today Tonight News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Foreign 6.00 Na onal News 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.00 Home and Away Correspondent 8.30 Why 7.00 A Current Affair 6.00 Family Feud 7.30 My Kitchen Rules 7.30 The Block Triple Threat ANZAC with Sam Neill 6.30 The Project 9.00 T.B.A. 8.40 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 Gold Coast Cops 10.00 Trent Parke: In Search 10.00 Grey’s Anatomy 10.10 2 Broke Girls 8.00 Bondi Rescue of THe Black Rose 12.00 Smash 11.10 Mike & Molly 8.30 NCIS 10.30 Lateline 1.00 Home Shopping 11.40 Extra 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.00 The War That Changed Us 3.00 NBC Today 12.00 All Australian News 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.00 The Business 5.00 Sunrise Extra 1.00 A Current Affair 12.30 The Late Show 12.20 Wallander: Firewall 5.30 Seven Early News 1.30 20/20 1.30 Home Shopping 1.50 Movie: Three Came Home 7 MATE 4.30 Pimp My Ride 5.00 How ELEVEN 5.30 Becker 6.00 Family Feud ONE HD 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 I Met Your Mother 5.30 Wipeout USA 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Everybody Loves M*A*S*H 7.30 Enchanted Kingdom 9.30 6.30 Mythbusters 8.30 Movie: Pitch Black Raymond 7.30 Rules of Engagement Shark Tank - Encore 10.30 Movie Juice (M) 10.45 Movie: Next (M) 12.45 WWE 8.30 Ta oos A er Dark 9.30 Movie: The 11.00 Super Rugby Extra Time 12.00 A erburn 2.00 Lizard Lick Towing 3.00 All Truman Show (PG) 11.35 Emily Owens Homeland 1.00 Home Shopping 2.00 Worked Up 4.00 Motor Mate M.D. 12.35 Frasier Bellator MMA 4.00 Blokesworld

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KATRINA GRIFFITHS PHONE ON 08 8725 872 2979 MOBILE 0435 935 222

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• Quality individual & personalised dentures

2 FERRERS STREET MOUNT GAMBIER ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING

LOCAL TRADESMAN WITH OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

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BROOMIES B ROOMIES FREIGHT FREIGHT The Coastal Express

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CGI & Superdek

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GARDENING

P 08 8723 8989 F 08 8725 1102

2 Pyne Close, Mount Gambier www.stratco.com.au

0423 355 722

JEWELLERS

SCOTT ANDERSON GARDENING Box 337 Mount Gambier

MECHANIC REPAIRS

Watch, clock & jewellery repairs Free pick up & delivery Millicent & Tantanoola

0417 596 094

Phone 08 8725 6486

ABN 66834719129

45 Commercial Street East Mt Gambier

MARKET

Ruth Williams, BCom, Dip FMBM Personal Mortgage Adviser

Every Saturday from 9am to 12 noon At the Cave Gardens opposite Mount Gambier Library. All local produce from this region. Enquiries phone Glenys on 0466 155 848 NATURAL MEDICINE

121 Commercial Street East Mount Gambier SA 5290 p 08 8725 8668 m 0432 300 375 e rwilliams@smartline.com.au w www.smartline.com.au/rwilliams PAINTER & DECORATOR

P: 8723 5222 M: 0408 235 221 2 Law Street, Mount Gambier

Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Nutritional & Herbal Medicine Iridology & Live Blood Analysis Indigo Biofeedback 22 Auvale Crescent, Mount Gambier 08 8725 2315 or 0438 001 021 RURAL CONTRACTING

MILLARD CONTRACTING ABN 97 816 191 636

• home & investment loans • commercial finance • leasing • insurance Franchise owned & operated by Limestone Coast Finance Pty Ltd Australian Credit Licence Number 385325 POOLS, SPAS & SWIM SPAS

PRESSURE WASHER AGENT & DIESEL MECHANIC

- Service Pumps & Filters - Chemicals, Spare Parts - Water balancing

Mount Gambier SA

Ph 0417 859 435

A/H 08 8725 2877

Lic BLD 179971

SECURITY INSTALLATIONS

Free Water Testing Done 250 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier Ph (08) 8725 2826 SHED CONSTRUCTION B/L 197357 & 42032

WOLF-CAMERAS SECURITY CAMERA INSTALLATIONS

RURAL FENCING & MAINTENANCE

Smart mortgage advice

LEISURE

Dr Dianne Connell

GARY WOLF

0417 330 909

Phone Luke: 0428 236 546 ‘No job too big or small, we can do it all’

0400 063 955

SUPER FUND SERVICES

Good, honest service

MORTGAGE ADVISERS

Mount Gambier Farmers Market

ROLLER DOORS

KARATE

Specialising in the supply & erection of rural, industrial, commercial & domestic sheds.

email: trevor.millard@bigpond.com

garywolfproperty@gmail.com

Servicing the South East & Western Victoria parco2882@gmail.com

TIMBER

TRAINING

TRAINING

Kriegers’s Rural Yard

ATTENTION BUSINESS OWNERS

STONEMASON/BRICKLAYER

BRICKLAYER STONEMASON • Bricklaying • Random Stonework • Paving •Concreting • Extensions & Repairs • No obligation quotes

B.L. R18 R 8917

vice

FURNITURE

FREIGHT

FENCING/ROOFING/SHEDS

Phone Rodney Tobin on 0438 257 374 or 08 8725 7374

Various Training available Accredited and Non-Accredited

Bookkeeping / MYOB, Work Health & Safety Related Please contact

info@gramac.com.au

(08) 8724 8577 1a Hedley Street, Mount Gambier www.gramacsolutions.com.au

VETERINARY SERVICES

P 08 8723 8989 F 08 8725 1102

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ACCOMMODATION

B&B RETREAT. Quiet, beautiful bushland surrounds. Little Yakka B&B Glencoe 8739 4070. 583 -----------------------------------------BAYSIDE Holiday cottages, Port MacDonnell. $75 double, Extra person $5. $380 weekly. Ph: 8725 7952. 577 -----------------------------------------LOOKING FOR 2 quiet living persons to share a quaint home with 1 other. Quiet secluded residence, lovely garden, close to the centre of town. Available from Easter. Inquire: kez7@activ8.net. au or 0400 544 468. OL-577 -----------------------------------------LUCKY STRIKE - Pelican Point no frills beach shack. Cheap & Comfy!! - visit www. luckystrikeholidayrental.com.au or call 0408 974 444 OL-586 ------------------------------------------

CLEANING

FOR PROBLEM septics, leachfields, greasetraps and drains, Use FLUSH-IT(R) and let nature do the work. Ph 1300 657 570 or 03 5158 1248. W ------------------------------------------

COMING EVENTS

NARACOORTE SWAP MEET & Show n Shine. 2-3 May 2015. Showgrounds, Smith St Naracoorte. Sat 7am - 5pm, Sun 7am - 1pm. Indoor and outdoor sites. No site booking required. Show n Shine Sat. $5 entry fee includes driver. Judging 11am Saturday. No dogs allowed. Enquiries: 0408 854 658 from 4-8pm OL-578 ------------------------------------------

COSTUME HIRE

POPULAR FANCY DRESS party costumes plus unique costumes for special functions. For men and women. By appointment only. Ph 0438 466 342. Allendale East. On Facebook. 576 ------------------------------------------

DINING

MOUNT GAMBIER - Premium 2 and 3 bedroom apartments centrally located in the heart of city. Ph 0438 224 626. www.precinctonjardine.com.au ------------------------------------------

“The Western Tavern is committed to ensuring responsible service and promotion of alcohol & gambling in our venue”

$12.90 MEALS EVERY DAY - 12.00 - 2.00pm & 6.00 8.00pm. Available in bistro and $10.90 in front bar. Monthly beer & premix specials. 178 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier. Ph 08 8723 1200. 580 ------------------------------------------

EDUCATION & TRAINING

PORT MACDONNELL BRAND holiday home. 3 NEW bedrooms, 50m to popular wool wash beach, ocean glimpses. Ph: 0417 810 246 577 ------------------------------------------

ANTIQUES

COLLECTORMANIAC Buying and selling rare ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES including Militaria, Kitchenalia, Tin & Diecast toys, Live steam Toys, Garagenalia, Enamel & Tin signs, Vintage electrical, Pottery, Porcelain and Jewellery. Open everyday 12-4pm, 4.5km south of the Blue lake, 21684 Riddoch Highway (Bay Road). Look for signs situated on right at the former “Hills Blue Lake Plant Nursery”. Ph 08 8726 8340, email goodpig@ bigpond.com, facebook page Collectormaniac for map. 576 ------------------------------------------

FLORISTRY LESSONS. Your home/mine. Groups, fundraisers, your choice. Qualified Cert 3 Adelaide florist. Will Travel. Ph: 0400 391 712 or 8725 7952. 577 ------------------------------------------

EMPLOYMENT

ATTENTION: EARN EXTRA INCOME. Do you have an interest in fitness and nutrition? Training provided. Kylie 0404 186 057. 576 -----------------------------------------GRAVESIDE CARE. Personalised, maintenance, flowers regularly for your loved one when you cannot. Ph: 8725 7952 577 -----------------------------------------WORK WANTED Brick, stone, paving small or large jobs. Will Travel. License BLD231035. Ph: 0418 838 684 or 8725 7952. 577 ------------------------------------------

FOR SALE

BUSINESS FOR SALE

FOR SALE RESTAURANT at low price due to retirement, low lease, complete outfitted. Start you’re own, a must to see. Walk in walk out (ex stock) $24900.loc:naracoorte. Phone 0423 282 592 for more information. 576 -----------------------------------------NARACOORTE PLAZA KIOSK. A great opportunity to purchase Lotteries Agency and Newsagent sub-agency in the brilliant foot traffic location, right in the middle of Naracoorte’s thriving Kincraig Plaza. The complementary combination of the 2 agencies makes this business easy to operate with minimum staffing. Currently operating 6 days a week, with potential for further growth. $114,500. Phone Diana Edwards on 0417 888 624 for further details. JA ------------------------------------------

ATK GO KART - Comes with 2x bitumen rims and 8 tyres. $800. Ph 0419 031 883. 578 -----------------------------------------DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------COMPUTER DESK exc condition on rollers suit student. Teak colour $100.00. Ph 0412 942 369 OL-578 -----------------------------------------FIRE PLACE cast iron insert W 965mm X H 965 V.G.C Ph 0428 224 405 OL-577 -----------------------------------------FLOWERS silk, fresh, $7.50 - $100.00, Lennons on Lake Terrace, Mount Gambier. Qualified Adelaide cert 3 florist. Orders welcome. 8725 7952. 577 ------------------------------------------

CARAVANS

COROMAL 541XL 2007 Poptop. Easy towing, 17’6 tandem, independent suspension, awning, island bed, Heron split a/c, stove/griller, microwave, 3 way fridge. Always shedded. $21,500. Ph 0417 842 500. OL-577 ------------------------------------------

CLEANING

CLEANER looking for work homes and business with ABN. Ring 0439 277 991 579 ------------------------------------------

HEALTH

YOGA First Light Yoga – gentle strengthening. Suitable for beginners. Julia 0429 094 434. 589 ------------------------------------------

MARRIAGE CELEBRANT

CEREMONIES TO SUIT YOU Anywhere in the South East. Ph Shayne McLean CMC 0457 168 324. 576 -----------------------------------------WEDDINGS YOUR WAY - Ph Elizabeth Lill CMC 08 8738 7275 for marriage and other ceremonies. 576 ------------------------------------------

MISCELLANEOUS

KYOKUSHIN KARATE. Blocks for Little Devils & Destroyers, 3 years and above starting again next term. Book now! We pride ourselves on teaching respect, responsibility and discipline. Contact admin@mountgambier martialartsacademy.com OL-577 ------------------------------------------

MOTOR VEHICLES

2010 XR 6, red, in immaculate condition inside and out, only 99,000km, registered til July XUV765 $16,990 Ph 0421 443 787. D ------------------------------------------

2004 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER Kakadu, 4.7 litre V8, 8 seater, 208,000kms, leather, auto. $24,500. 0419 031 883 / 08 8725 8913 autocity.com.au Mount Gambier. LVD 194576 E&EO -----------------------------------------TOYOTA COROLLA 2006 manual silver v.good condition 80,000 km CD air con $7,500. XMY-347. Ph 8733 1682 OL-578 -----------------------------------------VOLVO 86’ auto 240GL, new tyres. Rego till Nov $1,890 Ph 0428 224 405 OL-577 ------------------------------------------

PERSONAL

MALE Mt Gambier job, house, car, no baggage seeking female attractive, slim, athletic 30-40 longterm. Reply scottv5383@ gmail.com call or message 0433 793 023. 578 ------------------------------------------

PETS & LIVESTOCK

GERMAN SHORT HAIRED pointer x retriever pups. Vet checked and vaccinated. $350 each. Ph 0438 831 182. 576 -----------------------------------------PAIR OF PUREBRED miniature appleyard ducks $100.00 ring 0428 482 418 OL-578 -----------------------------------------PET SITTER AVAILABLE to mind your beloved pets/poultry. Your home/ours. Competitive rates. Collecting bins/mail/watering plants. Ph: 08 8725 7952. 577 ------------------------------------------

PRINTING

PRINT AND DESIGN - From A6 to A1, from 1 to 1000 pages, from business cards to magazines. Talk to the Lifestyle1 team 08 8724 7111. F -----------------------------------------

RENTAL

CENTRAL furnished, 2 bedroom flat, car park, $135 a week. Beachfront, Port MacDonnell. 0400 391 712 or 8725 7952. 577 -----------------------------------------FOR RENT short/long term rental. Mount Gambier venue, wedding, functions, seminars. Ph: 0418 838 684 or 8725 7952. 577 ------------------------------------------

TRADES & SERVICES

PAY-LESS LAWN MOWING Cleaning Service $30 front & back Garden Maintenance Blowing or vac Cut, slash, edging Call Paul 0412 960 944 -----------------------------------------SE Battery Service Pty Ltd South East Mobility Equipment South East Sustainable Energy Call into your licorice all sorts store We have it all! 120 Penola Road, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8725 9911 W ------------------------------------------

VINTAGE FASHION

STAR DRESSING ROOM selling collectable, vintage, fashion for men and women. For appointment phone 0438 466 342. Allendale East. 576 ------------------------------------------

WANTED

CARAVAN STOCK. Due to recent sales we’ve depleted our used caravan stock. If you’ve finished with your caravan why not speak to the caravan professionals at Donehue’s Leisure about turning your caravan into cash. Phone Dee in Mt Gambier on 08 8725 2826 or Shane in Hamilton on 03 5571 1033. DU -----------------------------------------$ RABBIT/DINGO TRAPS $ Cash paid. Ph 0438 831 182 578 ------------------------------------------

WANTED TO BUY

FARM 4,3 & 2 wheel motorbikes any condition. Farm fence gear, wire, gates, posts and old Holden’s and parts 0419 395 592. OL-577 ------------------------------------------

WEBSITES

WEBSITE CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN - Lifestyle1 has been producing websites for 5 years. For an obligation free quote contact the Lifestyle1 team on 08 8724 7111. F ------------------------------------------

Employment

MERRETT L O G G I N G FULLY QUALIFIED DIESEL MECHANIC AND

FULLY QUALIFIED FIELD MECHANIC Merrett Logging is a family owned and operated business in Penola, South East of South Australia. We service the local forestry industry in both harvesting and haulage. We require a fully qualified Diesel Mechanic and a Field Mechanic to join our highly motivated and passionate crew. Experience with heavy machinery and/or forestry equipment is essential. The large workshop is modern, dynamic and well equipped. The successful applicants will be working with machinery and vehicles such as John Deere, CAT, Hitachi, Kenworth and Hino. The successful applicants will possess the following:• Demonstrate excellent time management skills and attention to detail • Strong work ethic and the ability to work within a team as well as individually. • Good communication and paperwork skills • Recognised trade qualifications • Be prepared to be on call for local breakdowns on a roster system • Be open to furthering their knowledge of the company and industry by participating in educational opportunities and reviewing regulation publications The position will include but is not limited to:• Conducting inspections and diagnostic tests on all machinery and vehicles • Maintain equipment by completing preventive maintenance schedules • Correct vehicle deficiencies

ajs Frank is retiring at the end of April and would like to thank all his customers for their loyalty through the years. Specialising in: • Tune Ups • LPG Tune Ups & Servicing • Engine Rebuilding • Gas Tank 10 year servicing • Clutch & Brake Relining • LPG Conversion (FREE estimates available) • Gas tanks must be safety

every 10 years

GREYHOUND bitch - ‘Lucy’ to giveaway to a good home, retired, very good nature, ready to be a perfect pet. Ph 0419 031 883. 578 ------------------------------------------

PETS & LIVESTOCK

WHIPPET X KELPIE PUPPIES, $250 9wks, 5F. Vet checked, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated. “great family pet”. 0418 998 633. OL-578 ------------------------------------------

• Ensure all work complies with Federal and State regulations by testing engine, safety and combustion control standards • Maintaining the fleet standards • The ability to fabricate, weld and assemble mechanical parts Merrett Logging is a fast growing and stable company with over 60 employees. We are offering rewarding pay rates and the opportunity for overtime. Please forward your application via email including covering letter and resume to: Mr John Merrett

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Prop: Frank Hart

08 8725 2652

Mob: 0408 085 749

Workshop Manager john@merrettlogging.com.au or call John on 0417 826 393 Applications close Friday 24th April 2015.

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