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COVER - MAKING THEIR MARK UNDER THE GOLDEN ARCHES & IN THE COMMUNITY Liz and Bryce Crick have had a busy 12 months. Since opening the Naracoorte McDonalds in December 2011, they then branched out to the Mount Gambier store in June last year and that is where the major transformations have taken place. They launched Create Your Taste – McDonalds popular build your own gourmet burger facility – within weeks of taking over, and have now converted the
restaurant to a 24/7 In Store operation to match the service offered in drive-thru. Adding the McCafe menu to the drivethru has been the other major change as Liz and Bryce look to continually transform the iconic business and meet the changing needs of customers. It is a balancing act - attracting new customers to the Golden Arches, while still providing the tried and true elements of the McDonalds experience for long standing customers who still just want a Big Mac and fries. “These new platforms have seen things really change behind the scenes as well as to what we can now offer our customers” Liz said. “The service side of things has also changed with meals being delivered to tables by our friendly hosts.” Since making the changes to offering McCafe options at the drive-thru, the volume of coffee McDonalds Mount Gambier is serving is phenomenal and has seen Liz be able to embrace her passion – great coffee. “We train all our baristas in house, each and every barista goes through a rigorous training and development process to ensure their skill and passion is reflected in every cup,” Liz, who is very passionate about the cafe side of both businesses, said. “We are very proud of what the team
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at Mount Gambier has accomplished so far, launching McCafe in Drive Thru has seen our McCafe boom in coffee and food demand, they all work very hard every day to ensure we deliver a great quality coffee in a convenient way for the customer.” The locally based couple, who split their time between residences in Naracoorte and Mount Gambier, with their two young children, are the region’s second largest locally based employer. Between the two stores there are up to 350 people on the books with more than 200 staff at the Mount Gambier store and around 100 in Naracoorte. The stores offer full time, part time and casual employment opportunities and are always looking to hire. Log onto apply. mcdonalds.com.au for full details on how you can become a part of the McDonalds family. And it is a family – with Liz and Bryce encouraging the Mount Gambier and Naracoorte teams to work together, often sending them on professional development and other training opportunities together. “They even sometimes cover shifts for each other, they like the opportunity to try a different work environment” Liz said. “We really do feel like our staffs at both stores are an extension of our family.” This great team spirit saw both stores recognised last year when both business’ as a whole organisation were awarded the Operational Excellence”Award for 2015 out of South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania. Liz and Bryce are also really
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conscious of being an active part of the community and have been heavily involved in sponsorship of local sporting and community groups, handing back more than $350 000 since 2011. “At the end of the day we live here as well,” Liz said. “We are a part of this community and it is important for us to give back” Below - Staff member Robyn Bowd serves take away McCafe coffees to Lifestyle1 sales representative Jill Collins. On the cover & left - Franchisees Bryce & Liz Crick McDonalds Mount Gambier 45 Penola Road (cnr Jubilee Highway) Mount Gambier (08)8723 0644
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WINDFALL FOR THE ROYAL FLYING DOCTOR SERVICE The Rotary Club of Mount Gambier was pleased to donate $1000 to the Mount Gambier Support Group of the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The Rotary Club held a barbecue at the recent fundraiser for the RFDS held at the Rail Lands. All money made on the day was donated to the Support Group. The cheque was presented by Rotary President Maurice Watson to Bill Russon (pictured right) late last month as part of the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier’s regular meeting. The RFDS has landed 511 times in Mount Gambier during 2015 and transported 587 patients. The RFDS flies at least once a day into Mount Gambier but twice a day into the South East Region. A new Pilatus PC-24 jet was ordered last year at a cost of $10million and is scheduled for delivery in 2018.
The RFDS was named Australia’s most reputable charity for the fifth year in a row last December. During 2014/15, RFDS Central Operations fundraising activities raised a total of $12.3million at a cost of 9.8cents for every dollar raised. There are many ways in which you can contribute to our wonderful community and one of those is to become a member of the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier. If you would like more information on the service club please feel free to speak with one of their members. You can call into the Rotary Market, which is held every Saturday morning at the old Fletcher Jones site, and speak with a member there, or attend a meeting. The Rotary Club of Mount Gambier meets every Wednesday at 6pm in the function room at the Mount Gambier RSL.
Naracoorte High School student Hamish Probert is one of two students from the Limestone Coast region selected for Youth Parliament in South Australia. Youth Parliament is an apolitical program run by the South Australia YMCA which is aimed at giving youth an idea of parliamentary edict, allowing them to voice their ideas and then debate them within South Australia’s Parliament House. It empowers young people to be advocates for their community and teaches them public speaking, debating and research skills. Hamish’s mentor is the Youth Governor of SA, Elysse Dimitriadis, who was elected last year and who has travelled to the South East to discuss possible Bill ideas with the selected youth participants. The three Bill ideas chosen to present at a Parliament sitting in July
MEMORIAL ADDED TO SEAFARERS WALL It has been more than 50 years since Walter Allen Knightly tragically drowned off Point Danger. He had been fishing with friends when a freak wave capsized his boat, drowning him and his fishing companion William Smith. Two other fishermen survived the incident which occurred in April 1964. The memory of the two men is now etched in history, with plaques installed on the Seafarers Wall at the Ploughed Field. Glenelg Shire Council late last month voted in favour of a request from Mr Knightly’s daughter, Elaine Hutchesson, to have a memorial placed on the wall in his memory. A
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similar memorial was installed for Mr Smith late last year by his descendants. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the council voted unanimously in favour of the memorial. “The Seafarer’s Wall is a memorial for those who have lost their lives at sea off the Portland coastline,” he said. “The plaques commemorate the lives of fishermen, ships’ crews, passengers and individuals who have lost their lives off our rugged coastline. I trust this memorial will help the descendants of Mr Knightly mourn what was a great tragedy for the families involved.”
are: • A change to the current P plate laws • Mandatory driving tests for people over 70 years of age (every 5 years) • Ambulance care should be at no cost Hamish participated in a recent training weekend in Adelaide with 16 other rural participants from locations ranging from Port Lincoln to Loxton. Valuable skills learnt from this training included what sections make up a Bill, etiquette with the Presiding Officer, multiple mock debates with for and against roles of the topics. Hamish is now expected to write his own Bill and create a speech to debate before the sitting week that he will attend in Parliament in Adelaide in July this year. Above - Hamish with a group from the recent training.
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ALL ROADS LEAD TO CASTERTON THIS LONG WEEKEND Kelpie breeders, farmers and dog lovers will migrate to Casterton this June long weekend to celebrate 20 years of the Australian Working Dog Auction. The countdown is on for the celebrations with Casterton set to attract more than 10,000 visitors for the threeday celebration. Member for Wannon Dan Tehan joined Glenelg Shire Council and community members to officially launch the festivities last week, visiting an art exhibition celebrating 20 years of the auction at the Casterton Town Hall. Mr Tehan said the Australian Kelpie Muster was one of Wannon’s success stories, with the event drawing people from across Australia. “Casterton is nationally recognised as the birthplace of the Kelpie and I congratulate the community on their
20 year milestone. This event benefits and builds our regional economy and continues to put us on the national map for a world class event,” he said. Festivities begin on Thursday with an Acquisitive Art Exhibition at the Casterton Town Hall from 6.30pm, launched by Mr Tehan. The dog action begins on Saturday morning with a Poet’s Breakfast from 8am in the main street followed by a Dog Trail at 8.30am. The Kelpie Street Parade begins at 10am followed by novelty events including the Fattest Dog, Dog Most like its owner, Best Six Legs, Sack Race, Egg and Spoon Kelpie Race, 11 Legged Race, Kelpie Idol and Kelpie Pinball. The best Kelpies will test their fitness in the Kelpie Triathlon from 11am and the Stockman’s Challenge at 12.30pm. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max
Oberlander said festivities continued Sunday with the Working Dog demonstration and auction. “This is an event like no other, where man and dog show their talents in a feast of fun activities,” he said. “The Sunday auction is expected to take sale prices beyond the $2 million mark – an outstanding achievement signalling the success of this event over the past 20 years. “I would like to congratulate all of the dedicated committee who work yearround to ensure this event continues to be a success, and one of Glenelg Shire’s biggest tourism events.” To learn the latest news from the festival visit www. castertonkelpieassociation.com.au
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Above (fom left) - A 2014 kelpie novelty event; the 2014 parade winning entry from Strathdownie Red Cross; Ebony & Alana Williams with 2014 top priced dog Bagalla Coke; Ryan Lenehan’s Midge Gazette, who sold at the 2015 Working Dog Auction for $6000 and the star of the movie Red Dog was the headline act for the 2011 Kelpie Muster (pictured with Naoko Arai).
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KELPIE DELIVERS MESSAGE ON EARLY READING A cute and cuddly reading mascot has been unveiled in Casterton which is encouraging the town’s youngest residents to develop a passion for reading and early learning. For the past six months children at the town’s kindergarten, the Kathleen Millikan Centre, have been reading, singing and talking to a majestic egg. Their efforts resulted in the egg steadily growing from the size of a football to more than one metre in width, squeezing into a baby’s cot as it was officially launched last week as part of the Paint the Town REaD initiative. The egg has visited local businesses, the town’s hospital, aged care facility, and swimming pool encouraging a community-wide effort to ensure the egg grew to unearth the highly anticipated reading mascot. More than 250 people packed the town hall for the hatching to watch Kelpie stretch out of the shell and
officially become the program reading mascot, encouraging a new generation to develop a passion for reading and literature. The main street was brought to a standstill as the local CFA delivered the egg in its fire truck, with players from the Casterton Sandford Football Netball Club rolling the egg into the hall in a children’s cot, with eager eyes waiting for it to crack. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the Paint the Town REaD program had been an overwhelming success. “It has been wonderful to see the whole community support this innovative program which is proactively encouraging families to read to their children,” he said. “I applaud the efforts of Betty Sherry, a former local school principal, who has been leading this program. She has actively walked the streets with the egg, visited local businesses and organisations
ensuring everyone read, sang, talked and loved the egg, encouraging our youngest residents to read and ensure the egg grew. The first three years of life are integral to a child’s brain development and this program is laying the important foundations for language development, reading and good self-esteem. These Casterton children are being given the best possible start to their education, which I trust will start a generational movement to include early literacy into everyone’s lives.” The next stage of the program is to find a name for Kelpie, who will be making special appearances in the community over the coming months, including the Casterton Kelpie Muster this weekend. Photos courtesy of Liz McKinnon
Above (left) - Bridie Tierney and Dylan Ayton from the Casterton Sandford Football Netball Club offload the special egg from the fire truck. Above (right) - Glenelg Shire Mayor Max Oberlander, project coordinator Betty Sherry and Cr Karen Stephens with Kelpie.
FEEDBACK SOUGHT ON DRAFT PORTLAND INDUSTRIAL LAND STRATEGY Public comment is sought on the Draft Portland Industrial Land Strategy, a document paving a long-term plan for industrial development in Portland and surrounds. The project strategically identifies the location and attributes of industrial land in order to meet the long term needs of industry, and to support future investment and development. It will result in new and modified land use controls including rezoning, local policies, framework and precinct plans
together with designs guidelines for all industrial development and guidance for interface areas. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the public engagement process would help refine the recommendations for industrial land in Portland. “This public consultation is an important final step in finalising this strategy which will ensure appropriate zoning and controls across Portland and surrounds,” he said. “Importantly,
this strategy will provide developers and investors with greater direction and certainty in planning, making our town an even more desirable location to invest and do business. It will also provide direction on appropriate treatment of interfaces to more sensitive uses, such as housing. “I applaud the efforts of our talented planning team who have worked tirelessly to formulate this vital document which provides a strong framework to attract future investment.”
It identifies a number of key precincts for industrial development, including existing industrially zoned land in North Portland. It retains industrial land west of the Portland railway spur while proposing rezoning vacant industrial land east of the railway for a mixed-use urban renewal project. Cr Oberlander said the draft strategy highlighted the need to retain the majority of industrial land, “encouraging staged industrial development”.
The draft strategy will be available for public view and comment over the month of June, online and at the Portland Customer Services Centre. Two public workshops will be held at the Portland Civic Hall Supper Room on Wednesday 15 June and Thursday 23 June at 7pm to 8.30pm. To view the document visit www. glenelg.vic.gov.au/portlandindustry.
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20 Murdie Street
ALL THE WORK IS DONE • All the work’s done! • 3 Bedroom plus sleepout • Eat in Kitchen • Lounge with gas heang • Large private secure yard • Overlooking park & playground • Walking distance to Primary & High school PRICED AT $109,500
1 Oakridge Court
A JEWEL IN THE CROWN • A rare oﬀering of elegance & quality crasmanship bounded by a public lawned park • Sensaonal three Bedroom home with ensuite & WI Robe to Master Bedroom • Open plan Kitchen/Dining/Family with Breakfast Bar & Asko Dishwasher and reverse cycle air-condioning • Canon gas log ﬁre to warm the living area PRICED AT $439,500
20 Heaver Drive • Separate conservatory overlooking the park • Two instantaneous gas HWS’s & two 9,000 litre rainwater tanks giving 12 months rainwater supply • 4KW Solar Power System with SMA Invertor • Double Garage UMR plus 12m x 6m detached garage with two separate driveways
3 BEDROOMS/2 BATHROOMS • Three Bedroom family home • Formal Lounge, Dining with S/C heang • Open plan Kitchen, Dining & Family area • Master Bedroom with walk-in robe & Ensuite • Two separate Bedrooms with access to main Bathroom • Timber Kitchen with breakfast bar & access to rear Pao • Massive covered rear Pao with raised mber decking PRICED AT $239,500
Ex Trust homes to $160,000
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3 Bedroom Brick & Tile homes to $230,000 Central Character home to $300,000 Cropping Block in Tantanoola/ Millicent area 3 Bedroom Home on town outskirts with 3 phase power Grazing Land with no improvements BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST 8 Amor Street
Closing THURSDAY 23rd June 2016 at 4.00pm
CLASSIC SYMMETRICAL STONE COTTAGE • Three Bedrooms – one with ﬁreplace • Formal Lounge with Gas heang • Kitchen adjoining a Family or Dining room extension • Rear sleep out or work room • Original Bathroom in great condion
• High ceilings and mber ﬂoors throughout • Set on an allotment of approx. 1428sqm in one of the Cies premier locaons • A well-presented property with high potenal
9 West Street
FULLY LEASED INVESTMENT UNITS • Block of three brick units • Well located in the western area of the city • Within walking distance of the CBD • 3 Units – 1 x 3 Bedroom & 2 x 2 Bedroom units • Extremely well maintained and presented • Ample oﬀ street parking on site • Open plan kitchens/ dining / lounge with electric cooking PRICED AT $345,000
D L SO 33-35 White Avenue
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
INDUSTRIAL/COMMERCIAL WORKSHOP/WAREHOUSE SHOWROOM Allotment size of - 3827 m2 Workshop - 2127 m2
Premises of - 2512 m2 Oﬃce Showroom - 385 m2
A prominently located Commercial property suited to an owner occupier or Investor. Potenal for Subleasing Areas of the premises.
BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882
74 Bertha Street
Closing THURSDAY 23rd June 2016 at 4.00pm
WELL PRESENTED HOMETTE ON 1013 SQM ALLOTMENT • Stone Coage featuring 2 Bedrooms • Lounge with S/C Wood Heang • Eat-in country Kitchen with electric stove plus a solid wood stove • Front porch sing room
• Three separate Garages on the property • Currently tenanted showing a good return • Great re-development potenal (S.T.C.C.) in a great central city locaon
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5/22 Buronga Street
WELL PRICED - 3 BEDROOM UNIT • Set up on the rise with views to the North • Very private & secure with low maintenance yard • All three Bedrooms with BI Robes • Spacious open plan Kitchen/Dining & Lounge • Well presented & cosy the home feels warm & welcoming • Separate detached lock up Garage • A great opportunity and well worth a look !! PRICED AT $190,000
83 Sturt Street
DON’T OVERLOOK THIS OPPORTUNITY • Cosy stone coage with 2 good sized bedrooms • Open plan kitchen, dining & lounge room • Reverse cycle air condioner to living area • Upgraded bathroom • Rear porch with external access • Massive allotment measuring approximately 1000sqm • Double garage with concrete ﬂoor PRICED AT $179,000
RENTALS 5/6-8 MONTGOMERY AVENUE $110 P/WK 2 Bdrm unit, renovated kitchen. Sep bathroom, Sep Laundry, Single lock up garage. NO pets 3/35 ALEXANDER STREET $115 P/WK 2 Bdrm ﬂat, Kitchen/Dining/Lounge area. Toilet in bathroom, Courtyard size rear yard. NO pets 10/1 CARAPOOK STREET $210 P/WK Cozy 2 Bdrm modern unit. BI Robes in both Bdrms. Gas heang, single garage with remote & internal access. Centrally located. NO pets
58 Commercial Street West
For Sale By – EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING 5.00pm THURSDAY 30TH JUNE 2016 • Premium Commercial Exposure Zoned City Centre • 12 Metre approx. frontage to Commercial Street and a 20.74 meter approx. frontage to Caldwell Street • Site area in excess of 1350 sqm • 1 Title with two buildings with Commercial Street approx. 295sqm
and Calwell Street approx. 300sqm • Valuable oﬀ street parking to both premises • Great Investment potenal with 2 individual Commercial premises • Re-develop (STCC) or operate from one site and lease the other • Agent in Conjuncon – Gebhardts Real Estate
3 KILSBY ROAD $225 P/WK 3 bedroom family home on the outskirts, 2 bedrooms have BIR’s. Dishwasher in kitchen/dine, gas heater in lounge. Undercover pao/ entertaining area. Enclosed from rear yard, dble detached garage. 3 JOANNA PLACE $330 P/WK 3 Bedroom home, Master with WIR & Ensuite. 2nd Bathroom with sep bath & shower. Open plan living with formal Dining. Kitchen with Dishwasher. Double garage with remote & access to home. Separate Carport plus private BBQ area with hut & bar. Pets Neg.
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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10 Crouch Street North
A trendy city centre home a short stroll to the main street. Tastefully upgraded with a modern feel.
14 Kooringa Street
WE TIP THE SCALES IN YOUR FAVOUR
3 Shadylyn Close
161 Penola Road
This stunning property situated in a sought after location, with superb street appeal is perfect for those with space and style in mind.
17 Gaden Street
21 Auvale Crescent
This lovely home is as neat as you will find. Ideal for the first home buyer or investor. Perfect presentation inside & out, also with bonus ensuite.
Phone 8725 5766 for your FREE appraisal
14 St Martins Drive
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3/10 Bertha Street
Offers over $170,000
Attention the Savvy Investor, this great unit is located in a superb central location in a complex of only three units. Inspect and be impressed!
13 Price Street
A beautiful courtyard home in a quiet cul-de-sac location – north facing – ideal for the retiree/first home owner or investor.
44 McMahon Road, Worrolong
Beautifully presented home located close to all amenities. Very spacious with a lovely outdoor entertaining area – this home says welcome!
7A Lansell Street
A trendy and stylish home in popular location. Affordable living and surrounded by quality homes. One to call home or an ideal investment!
60 Berkefeld Road, OB Flat
Located in a great central location is this warm & inviting family home. With nothing to do inside or out but move in and enjoy!
8 Magnolia Court
Lovely elevated home, the ideal starter or investment property with a rental opinion of $220 p.w Exceptional buying – Inspect now!
14 Amor Street
An idyllic country retreat, loaded with charm on approx. 5 acres. Surprisingly roomy and offers fantastic entertaining. A perfect country getaway!
29 Ascott Way
Just exactly what a family home should be. This home delivers size, space, privacy and an ideal Blue Ribbon location within walking distance of the Blue Lake and its walking trails and equally close to the City’s premier shopping precinct.
10 Bellshire Place
$495,000 Approx 17 acres
If you are looking for the ideal country escape but still be close to the city – look no further. The Australian Dream can be yours!
4 Chute Street
Great layout – solid construction with high clearance shedding and drive through access to rear. A rare find not to be missed and located in a quiet residential location.
39 Elizabeth Street
Fantastic location close to the lakes & shopping precincts. Nothing to do but move in and enjoy. Walking distance to Reidy Park Primary & Tenison Woods College.
This stylish home is tucked away on approx. 4.5 acres only minutes to the City centre. The property is focused on family ambience and relaxed living. The home is spacious, stunning and the setting spectacular.
RENTALS 6/7 Holder Street 8/5 Shepherd Street 1/3 Ryan Avenue 8 Reginald Street 1/35 Bertha Street B/25 Suttontown Road Cnr Williams Rd & Billings Rd 17 Gaden Street 34 Boandik Terrace 16 Peake Street 46 Commercial St West 2/142 Sea Pde Pt MacDonnell
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If you are looking for an immaculate home with amazing street presence, a superb entertaining area and a dream kitchen all on a fantastic corner allotment with stunning landscaped gardens – your search ends here. In conj with Herberts R/E.
This stunning return verandah villa epitomises luxury and lifestyle both inside and out and all set on a magnificent elevated allotment of 1,554m2 (approx) with breathtaking views of the city – subdivision potential – subject to council consent.
Character home & 2 x 2bed disused flats in a highly sought after location. The properties will require renovation. On approx. 930m2 allotment. So much potential. Subject to the Housing Improvement Act.
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1/3 Ryan Avenue
1/35 Bertha Street
Avail Now 2 1 1 $150 pw • Roomy 2 bedroom flat in group of 3 • Open living kitchen/dine/lounge with electric cooking & heating • Bathroom with bath • Separate laundry • Car parking space only • No pets
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Avail 25/7/16 2 1 1 $205 pw • 2 bedroom spacious unit • Built in robes in both • Lovely lounge with gas heating • Neat and tidy bathroom with bath and separate shower • Kitchen with dishwasher • Separate dining room • Garage with remote • Great location • No Pets
B/25 Suttontown Road
Avail 8/7/16 2 1 2 $205 pw • Two bedroom home unit • Main with builtin robes • Kitchen/Dining area with electric cooking • Large lounge with gas heater & rev cycle air conditioner • Single carport UMR & carparking area • Secure yard • No Pets
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150 Wireless Road West
Over 4000m2 (approx.)
Feel peace wash over you as you meander through the lovingly tendered gardens. A unique offering with a stone cottage and main dwelling on over an acre of land. Very special with subdivision potential (stcc). An inspection is an absolute must!
58 Commercial St West
3 Moorak Street
Tastefully updated inside & out. A spacious family home, perfectly positioned amongst quality schools, sporting facilities and lakes location offering a homely feel and inviting gardens. A family favourite.
4-8 Harrald Street
14 Mallee Street
You won’t lift a ﬁnger, beautifully maintained inside & out. Spacious living areas, generous sized bedrooms, solid construction, large outdoor entertaining & a garden that will make you think you’re on holidays!
52-54 Commercial St East & 2 Ferrers St
84 Pick Avenue
Solid construction and big on space. Elevated outlook. Handy location to scdhools, shops and reserve. Secure yard with access off Quail Place.
3/5 Shepherdson Road
3 Naylor Place
This gorgeous townhouse is located in a beautiful part of the city, close to the Blue Lake and close to all amenities. Perfect for the investor, retiree or busy executive.
2 Gemstone Court
For sale by expression of interest closing 5.00pm Thursday 30th June 2016 at office of Agent • Premium CBD location – double frontage to Commercial Street and Caldwell Street • Two buildings – one title / 1,350m2 (approx) allotment • Valuable off street parking • Endless opportunities exist to redevelop (subject to council consent) • Agents in conjunction – LJ Hooker
11 Thompson Court
Located close to the city centre is this fantastic industrial property on 1,250m2 approx. Currently leased. Contact Gebhardts for an inspection – Like Hens teeth, Won’t Last!
21 North Terrace
Stretch out in sumptuous style in this luxurious beauty located on approximately 3,603m2 of lush gardens. Exceptional quality throughout and only an inspection will reveal how amazing this home is! In conjunction with P&L Real Estate.
Attention the astute investor – three commercial properties on the one title – all leased. Superb A1 Commercial Street location. Contact Agent for further details. Freehold Only.
7/28 Queens Avenue
This cute home is sure to appeal. Upgraded kitchen & spacious living area. Close to city centre. Overlooking parklands and close to schools.
Hillview Estate - McKay Rd, Compton
Superb unit located in a lovely complex in a superior location close to the city centre and the Lakes precinct.
77 Wireless Road West
A well presented community title unit in quality group. An ideal investment with a strong return or perfect low maintenance living, currently leased @ $225 p.w.
4 Draper Street, Tarpeena
Fantastic, near level allotment overlooking lush parklands of Conroe Heights. One of the last available blocks. Over 1,360m2 a prime building site for your dream home.
1108 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek
A perfect home for an investor or ﬁrst home buyer. A well maintained property in a good location, close to schools, shops, sports grounds and hospital.
2/8 Ellard Street
A beachfront beauty – Modern designed home with stunning ocean outlook. Be the awe of family and friends. Set on approx. 5,000m2. Bring the surfboard!
9/20 Wimmera Street
23 Agnes Street
3 bed rooms
Inner City Block
Hard to ﬁnd, north facing, Torrens Title block in popular central location. Approx 378m2, surrounded by established homes. A short walk to Vansittart Park, restaurants & hotels.
All Lots over 5,400m2 Priced from $165,000 An exciting division with unbeatable country outlook & views to the Centenary Tower. Only a minutes drive to Tenison Woods College and Malseed Park. Power, water, telephone connected. Get in Early!
RENTALS 34 Boandik Terrace
This beautiful home sitting on a huge 2,023m2 (approx.) will impress the fussiest of buyers – exceptional country living. Book your inspection today!
Add to your investment portfolio or buy your own nest, currently leased at $140 p.w – Great location, Inspect Now!
Nest or Invest! A great opportunity to enter the property market or add to your investment portfolio.
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341 Commercial Street West
212 Commercial Street West
∙ Harrald Street ∙ 96 Commercial Street East ∙ 30A Commercial Street West ∙ 341 Commercial Street West ∙ 1/2 James Street Avail Now 4 1 2 $225 pw • 3 Bedroom Home or 4th Bedroom/Study Area/Teenagers Retreat • Lounge with gas heating • Eat–in Kitchen with electric cooking • Bathroom with small bath • Single garage under main roof • Carport area at rear of property • Close to schools and shops • Enclosed rear yard • Pets Neg
Avail 17/6/16 3 1 1 $225 pw • Three bedroom home two with built in robes • Lounge with gas heating • Kitchen/Dine with sc wood heating & gas cooking • Rear under cover deck patio area • Secure rear yard • Double carport under main roof • Pets neg
∙ 2/2 James Street
∙ 5 Allan Drive
∙ 10 Bay Road
• Ideal workshop with double opening doors •Approximately 164 square metres • Comprising workshop area, toilet with hand basin, ofﬁce with built in cupboards and store room with shelving • Two working bays in workshop & work areas either side of workshop • Three phase power
• Versatile site • Suitable for ofﬁces/warehouse/ storage • Approximately 456 square metres • Large open area with small store area, ofﬁce, toilet and kitchen • Plenty of on site car parking available
∙ Sheds 5 & 6, 12 Bodey Circuit ∙ 212 Commercial St West
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MOUNT VIEW ESTATE Tollner/Crafter Road, Mount Gambier
9 Arbor Street, Mount Gambier
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Starting From $135,000
• Mount Gambier’s Premier New Subdivision
• Covenant in place to ensure increased value & growth
• All stages now selling, 2% deposit only
• Title’s expected mid 2016
• Lot 101 SOLD - Only 4 allotments remaining in Stage 1
• Allotments from 3000m2 to 5000m2
• Contact your builder today & build your dream home
• Price includes rural style fencing, power, Telstra & town water
Lot 2 Bay Road, Port Macdonnell $350,000
ATTENTION BUILDERS, DEVELOPERS & 1ST HOME BUYERS Welcome to 9 Arbor Street, offering an updated 1900’s stone cottage, in one of Mt Gambier’s most sought after inner city areas. Set on a 697m2 allotment with 30m wide frontage, this allotment is ideal for builders & developers wanting to build new townhouses (S.T.C.A.) in a central location.
RURAL LIFESTYLE BLOCK
The property offers sewer, power, telephone & gas connection to the allotment. Buy now, rent out the cottage & develop in the future.
Approximately 70 Acres ( 28 HA) located within 2kms of Port MacDonnell. The property is fenced into four main paddocks and offers wooden cattle yards. A windmill waters concrete troughs in all paddocks. Don’t miss out
An original cottage with charming street appeal, within walking distance to the city centre.
• This delightful split level home offers a low maintenance allotment with panoramic city views • This solid brick & tile home offers renovated kitchen with elec cooking & d/washer • 3 - 4 bedrooms, including master with WIR & en-suite, bedrooms 2 & 3 include BIR’s • Lower level offers a dedicated study (4th bedroom), en-suite bathroom 3 3 1
• Located within easy walking distance of the CBD is this inviting 2 bedroom stone home, situated on a low maintenance corner allotment. • Large updated dine-in kitchen, offering elec. cooking & Butler’s pantry. • Dedicated study, BIR’s in both BR’s, s/c wood fire, r/c a/c, modern bathroom and freshly painted inside and out. • Double length carport & lockup s/car stone garage. • Located in a top location, excellent for investors 2 1 2
2/4 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier $249,000
• Beautifully renovated town house enviably located in Mount Gambier’s lakes area. • Huge upstairs main bedroom with built in robes and windows which capture city views. • Fully renovated bathroom is complete with shower, vanity, toilet and heated towel rail. • Independent rental appraisal $245-$250 per week 2 1 1
1 Skyline Place, Mount Gambier $385,000
For more information please contact Owen Pettingill 0428 842 330 or Chris Manser 0417 414 127 2-4 Lansell Street, Mount Gambier
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1 Cardinia Street, Mount Gambier
$299,000 to $320,000
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5 Tawarri Crescent, Mount Gambier
76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier
2/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $349,000
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Highest & Best Offers by 8th July 2016 (If not sold prior)
• Brand New court yard home with modern first class finishing’s and situated in a first class location. • Stylish low maintenance property offering five star features including Western Australian limestone & cedar timber windows. • Open plan living, R/C A/C, spacious kitchen, master bedroom with WIR & ensuite opening onto a sheltered outdoor area, remaining 2 BR’s with BIR and a remote double garage UMR with internal access • In conjunction with SAL Real Estate. 3 2 2
• 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 • Currently tenanted until July 2016
• Quality built solid brick & tile home offering 3-4 bedrooms • Located on an elevated corner allotment, with amazing views. • Main bedroom with WIR & en-suite, with all additional bedrooms featuring BIR’s. • Stunning main bathroom. • Lovely private pergola area & rear yard access.
27 Genoa Street, Mount Gambier
35 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier $255,000
• Character four bedroom family home situated on a 1012m2 allotment • Close to the Reidy Park PS & Tenison Woods College • Modern timber kitchen with wide oven & gas cooking. • Huge family room with gas heating plus formal lounge with gas heating & A/c, • Extensive array of shedding 4 1 4
on this amazing opportunity to build your dream home on your own rural retreat. Vendor Finance available to approved purchaser.
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• Immaculately presented brick and tile home, situated on a corner allotment, with room for the caravan/boat or extra car parking • 2 Bedrooms, main with BIR, lounge with gas heating & r/c a/c open plan kitchen/dining with gas cooking, bathroom with separate shower, bath and vanity, plus separate laundry and WC. • Single garage UMR with auto door low maintenance gardens & private rear yard • Well suited to those looking at downsizing or a fantastic investment to add to your property portfolio,
11 Victoria Terrrace, Mount Gambier $250,000
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• Suited to the larger family or studious investor, inside exudes quality from every angle. • Private formal lounge and lovely large kitchen with stainless steel appliances. • The family and dining space has sliding doors to the paved outdoor entertaining area with lighting, outdoor speakers & patio blinds. 4 2 2 • Master bedroom with walk in robe
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• Mount Gambier stone home, positioned on a corner allotment • 2 double bedrooms (main with BIR), plus a dedicated study or 3rd bedroom on the upper level. • Renovated light filled kitchen, featuring electric cooking & pantry • Separate formal dining with adjacent formal lounge with slow combustion Wood heating & large family room with gas log fire. • Currently tenanted with an excellent tenant until July 2016 at $270 per week 3 1
32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416
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55 Ascot Street, Dartmoor
17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong $750,000
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ALL OFFERS INVITED • This unique private paradise known Australia wide for Weddings, gardens, tea rooms, coaches and functions is located just 7 minutes from Mount Gambier. • Suited to art gallery, B&B, salon, health retreat/counselling retreat or small conference centre or for the extended family to live in. • Multi award winner of tourism, business & environment
• 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
42 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell
• 2 self-contained cottages - 1BR & recently renovated 2BR • Facilities for dogs & horses complete the property • This 4 star rated business offers a great chance to escape the city & work from home. 7
52 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell
LAND FOR SALE
DARTMOOR MECHANICAL SERVICES – Business & Freehold • Highly respected & established mechanical business. • Excellent location in the centre of town. • Profitable business with excellent figures. • Well maintained plant & equipment included. • Iconic business servicing the area for many years. • Long lease available to purchaser.
Mount View Estate
492 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek $220,000
• Set on the beachfront at Flinty Point is this unique property set on 4.5 acres. • The property offers a fully insulated color-bond shed converted to weekender. • One bedroom/study, offering electric heater and ceiling fan, • Kitchen/living area with ceiling fan, bathroom with shower over bath and mezzanine floor. 1 1 1
Lot 31 Lot 33 Lot 34 Lot 36 Lot 37
• Outstanding country property, set on 40 acres in the renowned Allendale East area. • 4BR family home, master with WIR & en-suite, separate formal lounge & dining • Open plan dining/family area , timber kitchen with electric appliances, dishwasher, WI pantry & breakfast bar. • Extensive array of shedding, allowing for plenty of storage • Well fenced into a variety of small 4 2 6 paddocks with electric fencing
Lot 65 Bruning Place Lot 72 Bruning Place 33 Avey Road
A 6.6 cr es
SOLD $145,000 $135,000 $135,000 $159,000
• Just a stone’s throw from the beach you will find this outstandingly presented home. • The home offers open plan kitchen / dining with electric cooking & separate family room with a gas log fire • The upper level of the home offers master bedroom with WIR & en-suite whilst the lower level features 2 bedrooms with BIR, main bathroom and separate toilet. 3 2 6
$179,000 each $159,000 $155,000 $145,000 each $155,000 each $169,000 $155,000 $160,000 $159,000 $189,000 $159,000 each
2725m2 2001m2 2001m2 2004m2 2020m2
$149,000 $149,000 $149,000 $125,000 $139,000
- 766m2 - 638m2 - 5018m2
$55,000 $39,000 $179,000
729 Kangaroo Flat Road, Glencoe $435,000
982 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek $409,000
• Located on the foreshore of Browns Bay, lovingly maintained property on 8905m2 • Spacious & inviting 3BR home with modern 2BR accommodation alongside • An impressive decked verandah surrounds the home, while a sheltered pergola provides extra space for outdoor entertaining 5 2 6
22615 Bay Road, Mount Schank $369,000
• Outstanding country living property, with a renovated 3BR home set on 10 acres. • Spacious dining /lounge area plus upgraded laminate kitchen with electric appliances. • 3 spacious bedrooms (all with BIR’s), new bathroom with 2nd toilet & red gum vanity. • Extensive array of shedding. 3 1 4
173 Uphills Road, Kongorong $475,000
A 50 cr es
34 Kitty Temple Road, Caveton
- From 5000m2 to 5485m2 4036m2 4069m2 3020m2 4000m2 5044m2 4075m2 4164m2 3918m2 5021m2 4000m2
397 Old Boundary Road, Allendale East A 40 cr es
5000m2 4027m2 3003m2 3002m2 4004m2
Lot 2 Private Road, Carpenter Rocks $459,000
A 14 cr es
• Tastefully renovated beachside home situated on a large 842m2 corner with room for the family, the fisherman’s boat, and for people who love to entertain. • 4 bedrooms, main with BIR, laminate kitchen with double gas oven, dishwasher, pantry and a large breakfast bar. • Excellent shedding with second entrance off of Miami Street.
A 10 cr es
STAGE 1 Lot 101 Lot 116 Lot 117 Lot 118 Lot 133 STAGE 2 Lot 102-115 Lot 119 Lot 132 Lot 134 & 135 Lot 136 & 137 Lot 138 Lot 139 Lot 140 Lot 141 Lot 149 Lot 150 & 151
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST • Beautifully presented brick & tile home, situated just 13kms from Mount Gambier, in the popular area of Caveton. • 4 bedrooms (main with WIR & en-suite), lounge with s/c heating, gas ducted & r/c a/c, timber kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, WI pantry & adjacent dining. • Bathroom with separate shower & bath, separate large laundry and toilet.
• Outstanding 4BR family home on 50 Acres in popular Glencoe/ Kalangadoo area. • Beautifully appointed kitchen including Blanco electric cooking appliances, dishwasher & open plan dining/family area. • R/c air-conditioning plus s/c wood heating • As new shedding
• 4-5BR solid brick home tucked away in a beautiful rural setting on 14 Acres • Polished floorboards, formal dining & lounge, blackwood kitchen/ dining with elec cooking & family room/5th bedroom • 4 main paddocks, plus house & shed yards with 4 Bay & 3 Bay iron shedding • Everything is here - start enjoying that country lifestyle you’ve been yearning for.
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• Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean. • The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views.
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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Carolyn Gazzard 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Sue Holmes 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Mel Milich
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1/10 Bertha Street
FABULOUS LOCATION AND FULL OF SURPRISES Front 2 bedroom unit of solid construction. Built in robes in both bedrooms. Reverse cycle heating and cooling. Ample cupboards in kitchen with upgraded elect oven and cooktop plus rain water. Separate bath, shower and toilet. Spacious lounge and dining rooms. Internal access from remote garage. Alarmed. Off street parking ideal for caravan or boat. Enclosed rear courtyard with 2 garden sheds. You’ll love the extras that come with this one.
15 Brigalow Crescent
LOADED WITH EXTRAS Solid 3 bedroom home situated in a quiet area, close to the city centre. Kitchen with near new stainless steel appliances, gas cook top and wall oven plus granite bench tops. Floor to ceiling built in robes in the Master bedroom. Spacious lounge and sliding doors from dining to rear paved courtyard. Dedicated study nook. Your choice of gas or slow combustion heating, in addition, ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Double garage under the main roof with internal access and a remote roller door.
8 Leray Avenue
AN IDEAL STARTER OR INVESTMENT Freshly painted and with new carpet throughout. 3 good size bedrooms. Large lounge with split system heating cooling. Kitchen dine overlooks pergola area. Stainless steel cooker plus dishwasher and WI pantry in kitchen. Neutral décor throughout. Lovely outdoor undercover entertaining. Good size rear yard, ideal for kids. Enjoy cosy winters in front of the slow combustion heater. Hassle free living here in a quiet neighbourhood.
54 Bertha Street
CHARACTER CLOSE TO THE CITY CENTRE Charming 3 bedroom cottage. Main with built in robes. Gorgeous polished boards throughout. North facing Lounge with gas heater and split system r/v cycle. Renovated kitchen with dishwasher, s/ steel cooker and pantry. Bathroom with corner spa and sep shower. 3 bay shed in rear yard with vehicle access and power. Set on a large allotment of over 1300m2. Conveniently located close to the CBD and local schools.
13 Maxwell Street
VEHICLE ACCESS TO GREAT SHEDDING Immaculately presented 3 bedroom plus office. 2 living areas Open plan kitchen with d/washer and walk in pantry. Bright bathroom with spa and sep toilet. Ducted gas central heating throughout. Single garage under main roof with remote and int access. Plus carport and vehicle access to double colorbond garage with power. Great buying and perfect for big boy’s toys.
32 Jubilee Highway East Approx. 851m2 Priced to sell @ $115,000
4 McGregor Street
WAITING FOR A FAMILY Three bedroom stone home situated on a large block close to a school & shops. Main bedroom with built-ins. Lounge with reverse cycle heating/cooling. Slow combustion heater positioned in the centre of the home. As new kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher. Freshly painted throughout. Large pergola with hardwood timber deck and blinds. 4 car colorbond shed with power.
189 Glencoe Road, Glencoe
YOUR VERY OWN PIECE OF PARADISE Your own piece of history in the Countryside. Renovated weatherboard villa and situated on approx 2 acres this idyllic property seriously has it all. Originally the Glencoe Post Office, with stunning blackwood timber floors. Cosy lounge with gas log heater. Renovated kitchen with gas cook top, dishwasher and large island bench. 3 bedrooms, all a good size with built in robes in bedrooms 1 and 2. Renovated bathroom, plus second toilet. The family room spills out to the gorgeous deck overlooking the sparkling pool. In addition there is a double carport, double garage with slow combustion heating. Rustic barn ideal as a studio/games room. Serviced by both rain and bore water. An Inspection of this gorgeous Glencoe gem will not disappoint.
12 Jardine Street
CLASSIC CHARACTER HOME WITH A MODERN TOUCH Beautifully restored character home situated very close to the city centre. Leadlight, etched glass, marble fireplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large office. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Own cellar – great for a red or 2! Large stone high clearance garage, fits 4 vehicles, appox. 13m x 6m. A beautiful blend of timeless style & modern conveniences.
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6 Ridgeview Court
3/47 Jubilee Highway West
HOMETTE SIZE, UNIT PRICE Incredibly spacious 2 bedroom unit located close to the city centre. 2 large bedrooms both with built in robes. Offering gas heating plus a split system reverse cycle. Large open plan kitchen dine and lounge. Electric cook top, wall oven and dishwasher as well as walk in pantry. Single garage under the main roof with remote roller door. Cute rear yard ideal for a pet. Living here is definitely easy. Only in a group of 3.
1/2A Lake Terrace West
EASY TOWNHOUSE LIVING This renovated split level townhouse has so much to offer. Walk in robe and elegant ensuite to main bedroom. Spacious lounge with gas heating. Renovated galley style kitchen, north facing with stainless steel appliances. Dining area opens to elevated undercover entertaining. Downstairs leads to 2 double bedrooms, main bathroom & laundry. Quirky and definitely for those wanting something out of the ordinary.
27 Tolmie Street
PRIVATE, PEACEFUL AND PERFECT Solid, steel framed, 3 bedroom home located close to Market Place. Boasting 2 spacious living areas, with slow combustion heating, gas heating throughout and a split system reverse cycle unit. Solid timber kitchen with elect cooking. Built in robes to the main bedroom and bedroom 3. Renovated bathroom with sep toilet and second vanity. Built in office nook. Delightful rear pergola with all weather blinds. Double carport with access to rear solid shed. An inspection will appreciate the quality here.
4 Ellis Street
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NEAT AS A PIN Lovely 3 bedroom home situated in Conroe Heights. Main bedroom with walk in robe and access to 3 way bathroom Sep/shower/bath. Built in robes in remaining bedrooms. Formal lounge plus open plan living. Bright and airy kitchen with W.I.P and dishwasher. Internal access from single garage with remote. Pergola in rear yard plus garden shed. Neutral décor throughout just walk in and enjoy.
ROOM TO MOVE & LOADED WITH EXTRAS Well laid out 4 bedroom home located in a quiet cul-de-sac at Conroe Heights. Massive master bedroom with spacious ensuite & sep toilet. Built-in-robes in 2 of the 3 remaining bedrms. Sep. formal lounge. Open plan kitchen, dine & family. Stunning 2 pak cabinetry& walk-in pantry. Main bathrm with sep vanity. The dining area spills to gorgeous outdoor entertaining with quality zip track cafe blinds for year round enjoyment. Double garage UMR + rear dbl colorbond garage with hotmix d/way. Serviced by both rainwater tanks & mains. Immaculately landscaped gardens front & rear. You’ll love all the extras here.
RETRO GEM IN THE PERFECT LOCATION Close to sporting facilities, parks, shopping centres and restaurants this solid Mount Gambier stone home is a rare find and a real surprise package. The main bedroom has its own walk-in wardrobe and ensuite, so everyone has their own space. Open plan lounge / dining with gas heating, charming kitchen and a good size laundry. Many retro features throughout incl terrazzo flooring in bathrooms. Spacious north facing sunroom. Dble length garage + carport.
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SOLD LIVING HERE IS EASY Fresh and bright 4 bedroom home all with built in robes. 2 living areas, neutral décor thoughout. 2nd toilet. Kitchen with gas stove and dishwasher. Single garage under main roof with remote door and internal access. Cute rear pergola. Established garden with garden shed. Vehicle access to rear yard through garage. Easy living at an affordable price.
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Large renovated kitchen with ample cupboards Three good size bedrooms, two with BIR . Cnr block with side access to fully enclosed backyard 11 x 7 shed with double roller door & workshop Under cover outdoor entertaining area.
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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
3 55 Banksia Street Mount Gambier
• 3 bedroom residence with large lounge & kitchen/d room • Additional large garage, carport & paved area • 2 x 22,000L underground rainwater tanks • Additional above ground tanks + large 5KW solar
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291 Poonanda Road Tantanoola • 27.11ha 1980’s home, 3km from Tantanoola • 4 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite • Open plan kitchen/dining + two living areas • Undercover pergola attached to house • Full size, flood lit all weather tennis court • Six fenced paddocks with a central lane way
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• Group of three situated in West Street • Close to the CBD, shops and schools • Two bedrooms, both with built-in robes • Updated flooring, kitchen & bathroom • Electric oven, Dishwasher • Currently leased at $180 per week
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3 Allotments 36 & 37 Sydney Street $110,000 each Nelson • Last two undeveloped sites in Sydney Street • Take advantage of the attractive views towards the Glenelg River and Isle of Bags • Priced to sell at $110,000 each
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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - IS IT THAT TIME AGAIN... By ROBBIE TANSEL I feel paranoia. I feel like I can’t trust anyone or anything that I’m hearing. I feel like no one cares about me. It can only mean one thing. It must be election time again. It feels like we only just had the last one. Surely if it’s time for another one, we should be able to reflect on all the things that whoever won has done since the last one. They made our lives better by…Our children are all better off because…When we drive around Mount Gambier, we can see that they…I’ve got nothing. What the hell have they been doing for the last three or four years? Many people live on the belief that people are fundamentally good and care about each other. I’d suggest this is a pretty dangerous way to live your life these days. A large proportion of people are living their lives looking out for number one. This seems to be especially the case with our politicians and other candidates. I’m sure these people go into the job thinking they’re going to make a difference and improve people’s lives. What am I talking about? I don’t even believe that story. I think many of them go into it thinking the lifestyle should be good and there’s a great pension plan. If they actually did care about other people, I assume there’d be quite a different focus to what they were doing. There’d be less cuts to health care and
education. They’d spend much more time in parliament talking about what they could do to improve people’s lives on a day to day basis. They’d talk about ways they could increase pensions. They’d spend more time discussing plans for more parks and playgrounds throughout the cities of Australia. It would be different. At each of the elections for the seven years I’ve been writing this column, I’ve suggested that the path to Parliament House goes through Tanselvania. I’ve suggested that the candidates should sit down and have a chat with your old buddy Uncle Robbie. You’ll be surprised to know that no one has had the courage to take me up on my offer. Just for all of their information, I will shout. Here’s how I think it would go.
We’d go to one of those places that has a giant milkshake in a weird jar thing with a handle with donuts on the top. We’d go there because I really want to have one of those milkshakes. I guess if they really wanted to go somewhere different we could talk about it. Hopefully I could convince them it would be a good idea though. Anyway, while I was drinking my milkshake and they were having a latte (because that’s the sort of thing that fancy people drink I think) we’d talk about all of the things that bother me in politics. I wouldn’t talk about the fact they keep getting pay rises while pensioners find it harder and harder to afford their dog food straight away. I might have to help them understand what I was saying by telling them that most of the oldies don’t even have dogs.
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I might then have to really drive the point home by saying, “What I’m saying is that they can’t afford to buy food so they eat dogfood.” At this point they might do a spit take with their latte. Eventually I’m pretty sure I’d bring that up though. They’d probably say something like, “But Robbie, we don’t give ourselves the pay rise. There’s an independent committee who recommend what happens with our pay.” And I’d say, “But you could vote that considering how much other people are suffering through tough times, you shouldn’t take the pay rise and it should be used for people who really need it.” Then they’d probably say, “You’re so ignorant Robbie Tansel.” And I’d say, “Yeah. That’s kind of the premise that my whole Lifestyle1 article has been built on for the last seven years. Not to mention my recently released book, Village Idiot of the Year, available exclusively at Collins Booksellers in Mount Gambier or online at www.yourbooksonline.com.au for only $20. It’d be cheap for twice as much as that. I would definitely recommend that you go down to Collins to buy it rather than online if you can. We all want to shop locally if we can, don’t we. Plus you won’t have to pay postage on top of the $20. Anyway, by this stage I’d probably be finished my giant milkshake/donut thing and be ready to go home so I’d wish them the best and depart. I would probably associate the enjoyable experience of the donut/milkshake with them and vote for them.
If you are a candidate at the election or know one of them, you can email me at email@example.com Below - Damian Bradley was the headline act at last month’s launch of Robbie Tansel’s book - Village Idiot of the Year. He accepted the award on behalf of the larrikin “author”. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KRISTI LEAMEY
GAUSSEN GALLERY SET FOR A FACELIFT
STORY DOG COMES TO TOWN
Hamilton Gallery’s Gaussen Gallery will receive a facelift in the coming months. The renowned Paul Sandby collection will be taken down for the purposes of conservation assessment and rotation of display. Ongoing permanent display of these works on paper places them in a high risk category for potential light and environmental damage. The scheduled period off display will allow the works adequate time for conservation treatment and to ‘rest’ to ensure their longevity for the enjoyment of future generations. Regarded as one of the finest collections of the artist’s work in Australia, the works have proudly occupied the walls of the gallery since the 1970’s. The scheduled works will be in two stages, the first to refresh the gallery space for a major exhibition event. The second stage will prepare a period setting appropriate to the Sandby’s. Part of this upgrade will see the lighting in the space upgraded from incandescent lighting to LED fittings which will save operating costs and will significantly reduce Council’s carbon footprint. Gallery staff have worked closely with Southern Grampians Shire Council’s Sustainability Coordinator to
St Martins Lutheran College, Mount Gambier is the FIRST school in South Australia to welcome Story Dogs, a comprehensive literacy program built around the ‘appealing concept’ of children and young adolescents reading to dogs. Story Dogs is a nonjudgemental program aimed at improving student focus, literacy skills and confidence in reading. Each session lasts approximately 20 minutes and each student is one-on-one with the dog team. The Dog Team for the Limestone Coast Region is Des and Chris Schwartz and the Story Dog is a beautiful Labrador named Ben. The installation of the program at St Martins Lutheran College has already brought many positive changes to students in the short amount of time it has been running. Will Vincent, student from Year 2 (pictured) said Ben was really friendly and gentle. “I can’t wait to read to him again,” Will said. On-command Ben will inform the students they are reading well with a small bark and wag of the tail. Ben also offers a handshake to students when the session is finished, and loves a scratch
improve the viewing experience of the works whilst also significantly cutting back the harmful UV exposure. Gallery Director, Sarah Schmidt said this was an opportunity for renewed interest in the Sandby collection by shifting the work from a static display to rotating exhibition as appropriate to both care of the works and an exciting changing program. Another change is to the early 20th century fountain designed after Pietro Tacca (1557-1640), originally on permanent display within the Gallery. Only the original section of the fountain will be displayed, as an object in the Gallery’s collection. The original top-piece is where the beauty lies and it is good to see the object in its original form. The fountain initially came from ‘Kiama’ the property of Herbert and May Shaw, the original benefactors of this gallery. Photo courtesy of Amy Knight
on the belly. Principal, Mrs Dianne Eckermann said it was great to see the enthusiasm light up in the children’s eyes when they see Ben. “They really appreciate the time spent with him and the comfort he provides,” Ms Eckermann said. Co-founder of Story Dogs, Janine Sigley visited St Martins Lutheran College late last month to introduce the program into South Australia. “Reading to a Story Dog changes children’s attitudes towards reading immensely,” she said.
“It will provide them with a purpose to their reading; kids will often go home to practise and start seeking out books to read for their next session. The students gain a lot more confidence in their ability to read and will participate more in class.” Janine is hoping that the Limestone Coast region will act as a catalyst, continuing to support and promote the program to eventually see it progress into other areas of the state, both city and rural.
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GRANTS HELP CONNECT STUDENTS Deakin University is focusing on development of education and social skills among young people with a series of new grants. Deakin’s Warrnambool Campus has donated $14,000 to three south-west Victorian activities. The funds have been allocated through the South West Community Foundation. The allocations include $5000 for Beyond the Bell to conduct an intense communication campaign build a whole of community commitment to achieving improved outcomes for young people A further $5000 has been allocated to the I CAN south west regional pilot program. I CAN South West is a social enterprise for young people on the autism spectrum that delivers mentoring programs that empower young people to say ‘I CAN’ and educational talks that promote the benefits of embracing autism.
The Warrnambool Neighbourhood House will receive $4000 for Lean On Me, which will offer pro -social community activities connecting young people in the East Warrnambool estate with their community and culture and alcohol prevention activities targeting low income families. It will be led by Warrnambool Maori Multicultural Club. Deakin University Warrnambool Manager of Community Engagement Geraldine Moloney said the projects all focused on assisting and connecting young people. “Deakin hopes these grants will help to address some of the issues facing our local young people and build a stronger future for our region,” Ms Moloney said. The South West Community Foundation is distributing the funds on behalf of Deakin University.
HAVE YOU GOT YOUR TICKET? The Small Business Victoria Southern Grampians Shire 2016 Business Awards are on the horizon - the premier business event in the Southern Grampians Shire. The 2016 awards ceremony is set for June 24 and will be hosted at the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre. The gala event is a wonderful celebration of group and inidivual success from within the business community. To secure your seat call (03)5573 0240 for more details or log onto council’s website.
INTERACTIVE EXCURSION INSPIRES LOCAL STUDENTS About 170 Students from eight schools took part in an inspiring and informative walk around Canunda National Park as part of the annual March in May event. Natural Resources South East partners with the Friends of Canunda and Beachport volunteer group to run the popular school event each year, aiming to connect youth with nature and encourage them to learn more about, and look after, their local environment. Mount Burr Primary School teacher Lisa Scott said the ‘March’ was an excellent opportunity to get students to gain new knowledge in an authentic way. “Students really enjoyed finding out information from the experts,” Ms Scott said. “It’s a fantastic way to engage in interactive learning, and to be able to do that in a local park was great.” For the ‘March’, students trek an 8.5km loop near the edge of Lake Bonney, stopping at four education stations along the way. This year’s topics covered fire ecology and birdlife, feathers and fur – species found in the park, Indigenous culture, and pioneer history. Schools involved in the experience included Millicent North, Penola Primary, Mount Burr Primary, Maleleuca Park, Yahl, Sunrise Christian College Naracoorte, Kangaroo Inn Area School and Beachport Primary. “The students are really inspired by what they’ve learned,” Ms Scott said. “They’re looking forward to investigating their wonderings and presenting new learning to our school and the wider community.”
Book review EVERYONE BRAVE IS FORGIVEN The “insightful, stark, and heartbreaking” novel about three lives entangled during World War II
by Chris Cleave
“If a book about failures doesn’t sell, is it a success?” – Jerry Seinfeld
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For more information about the Natural Resources South East NRM Education program, or to discover opportunities for your school to get involved visit www. naturalresources.sa.gov.au/southeast or call (08)8735 1177.
ADVERTORIAL - TREES GALORE Yes, its that time of year again By the time this goes to print we will have dug and processed the first few thousand roses for season 2016 with thousands more to pick and pack over the coming months. In addition to the roses we will have commenced digging, our advanced trees from our Limestone Coast Advanced Trees block, as well as four trucks loads of bare rooted fruit trees and ornamental trees, for the start of what is one of the busiest times of the year at Gardenarium and The Limestone Coast Group. In addition we will have begun to start processing orders for our local and interstate customers. If you have roses ordered with us and have not heard from us this means your order is not yet ready for collection. Do not panic if you have not heard from us as it takes many weeks/months to compile all of the orders, with many cases just waiting for that last elusive one to come in to complete the order. Hundreds of standard roses have been dug a little earlier than normal due to the dry conditions which has helped no end getting the roses dug this year from the fields, so if you haven’t yet thought about these to order, you can just call in and most will be available, bearing in mind that we are heavily booked up with orders for this season, so get in quick if you haven’t yet ordered. Limestone Coast Roses is the lowest price mail order rose grower and supplier in Australia with standard roses from just $23.95 another reason to get in quickly as most of our
roses go to Internet and mail order in NSW, Queensland and Victoria with may local people missing out which is ironic when they are grown right here with paddock direct prices. We have an early bird special on also. A small amount of stock is still to come in from suppliers of varieties that we do not grow ourselves. Many of the eagerly awaited 2016 new releases, including the We Will Remember Them to mark the historic connection of the War and is a gift from the people of France. Veteran’s Honour and Galipolli Rose that were released last year for the 100th Anniversary of the Gallipoli landing have remained popular with many missing out last year and you can order all 3 as a commemoration Pack as a gift for yourself or others. We can mail these to relatives and friends across Australia for you. Twiglight Zone and Pink Moon have been 2 of our top selling varieties so far for season 2016, so order soon if you haven’t already (see advert facing page) Wedding Bells, Gift of Friendship and the Opportunity Rose were very sought after last season, so if you missed out on these we have good stocks still at the moment. See our full catalogue of roses at www.limestonecoastroses.com.au This season sees the release of a whole host of new fruit trees, mainly in the dwarf varieties that have become so sought after. With gardens decreasing in size, the fact that dwarf trees bare as much if not more than their full sized counterparts and their use in pots and planters means now there is literally no
variety that isn’t available in dwarf. Many people have been waiting for popular varieties of old favourites and this year there are many. The dwarf pears, Duchess and Sensation, are the new varieties for this season and with only a few remaining you will want to order now. The dwarf plum Amber Jewel and dwarf peach Silvan Sunset are set to be popular as well, with the Silvan sunset having striking coloured bark in winter, fruit in summer and stunning autumn colour, so would be ideally placed in a garden bed as an ornamental, but with fruit as an added bonus. Four new apples will also be released - Dwarf Cox’s Orange Pippin and dwarf Snow Apple, as well as two columnar apples, a new dwarf Blood plum Ruby Blood, Dwarf black Mulberry as well as a whole new range of heirloom apples and cider apples. (see website for details). For many, many years we have been asked by customers if such as a thing as a curl leaf free peach or nectarine is available, and, of course, we have had to say “they are probably working on it.” Well, the answer is yes. We had a great run with them last season and we now have some advanced ones, as well as some in our espalier range, which I am sure will walk out the door. The new bare rooted ones will be in by the time this article is read, so hurry in and order one before they all disappear. All of the details for all of the above are on our comprehensive website www. gardenarium.com.au and go in to the fruit tree section and we have current
catalogues in store to help with your choosing. Most of our other fruit trees are also in store now with an Orchard Starter fruit tree pack of any four fruit trees for $99, so a great economical way to kick off your planting or top up with some fresh new trees. Early bird specials are running now on a huge range of trees and also early orders of ornamental trees will be given and upgrade to a larger sized tree. Early bird specials include the ever popular Silver Birch, also advanced Weeping Cherries at only $79.95 are a steal. Mop Top trees including Robinias and Maples and Catalpas are also on an Early Bird Special, with limited numbers left on Mop Top Catalpas and Maples. The boss has gone mad and put huge reductions on ornamental pears in several varieties,(be quick as there is a national shortage) plane trees, golden and claret ash, plus a few others, so order now or come in to grab these great bargains. (See advert facing page). Early bird specials run until June 19, unless sold out prior. The Autumn foliage has hung on the trees well this autumn due to the lack of wind and mild autumn weather so now is still a great time to look at these in all their glory and benefit from the 25-50% off reductions across all of our advanced trees. The Liquidambars and Lipstick Maples are looking great and we have specials on them from $27-$33 which would have to be the lowest price we have ever been able to offer in all the years we have been in business. The Autumn colours on the Chinese Pistacio,
crab apples, oak trees is also looking great, so make the most of this lovely rain to do some planting. There are only a few new release ornamental trees for 2016 and the standout would have to be the new weeping birch Summer Cascade, ideal for narrow areas, along fence lines and for screenings. Crab Apple Wychwood Ruby is a new introduction from Tasmania , possibly one of the most stunning crab apples with deep pink flowers and will certainly give the flowering cherries and plums and column shaped trees a run for their money. If you haven’t got your head around your bare root requirements for this winter season, now is the time as they are here. Open all long weekend, including Monday, 10am-4pm. By Calum Haygarth
At the Cinema Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows(PG) The Turtles return to save the city from a dangerous threat.
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FUTURE OF THE NARACOORTE LIBRARY Which is the most suitable building option for the Naracoorte Public Library to serve the community for the next 20 to 30 years? This is the question being put to the community by the Naracoorte Lucindale Council. The Naracoorte Lucindale Council is faced with determining the future of the Naracoorte Public Library taking into consideration: 1. The existing library building is currently facing major maintenance and repair work and is in poor condition. 2. The role of the public library has changed since the current building was constructed in 1978. 3. According to the Library Your Services consultation undertaken during 2015 the community desires space, activities and services beyond what is currently provided or currently achievable in the existing building. 4. Project funding needs to be taken into consideration including the likely impact on rates, external grant funding and borrowings. “Council would like the public to be involved in problem solving and to use public input to determine which one of the 6 options in the Naracoorte Public Library Pre-Design Analysis is the most suitable option for the community for the next 20 to 30 years” Mayor Vickery said. A diverse range of options are being considered from renovating the existing library, extending the existing library and a range of options for a new building. “It’s likely that grant opportunities will exist for a project of this magnitude and impact, however to maximise grant opportunities the project must be
planned and ready to proceed. The more inclusive the project is of the community and its needs, the more likely Council is to be successful in attracting external funding” Mayor Vickery said. Throughout the month of June, Council will host face to face focus group meetings across the district. The meetings are open to the public and will be utilised to share information and to give the public an opportunity to ask questions and share their thoughts about each option. Focus groups are being held all this week in Naracoorte as well as Wednesday, June 15, 6pm at the Lucindale War Memorial Hall, Monday, June 20, 6pm at the Joanna Hall and Tuesday, June 21, 6.30pm, at the Frances Bowling Club. To ensure enough seating is provided at each venue we encourage people register to attend one of the focus group on (08)8760 1100 or email council@nlc. sa.gov.au During the second half of June further input will be collected from the community via paper and online surveys and written submissions. For further information on the various options visit www.yoursay. naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au or view a hardcopy at the Naracoorte Public Library or council offices.
NANGWARRY RECREATION IN THE SPOTLIGHT Wattle Range Council is keen to hear ideas from the Nangwarry community on recreation facilities in the town. Feedback is sought following a requirement to upgrade the town’s swimming pool. The pool is ageing and will cost about $300,000 to bring the facility up to an appropriate standard and address serious safety issues such as the condition of the floor of the pool and the chlorine storage. Council also spends approximately $100,000 annually in operational costs to run the Nangwarry Swimming Pool.
In the past two summer seasons, there have been very low numbers using the Nangwarry Pool, even on hot days. “Council is considering options for recreation facilities that will be popular all year round,” said Mayor Peter Gandolfi. “Suggestions so far have included an adventure playground, rage cage, skatepark or jumping pillows.” He stressed that council has not ruled out upgrading the pool although this presents an opportunity to explore other recreational alternatives.
Residents and ratepayers are encouraged to complete the online survey before Monday, June 20. Following this survey, a community meeting will be held on Thursday, June 26, at 6.30 pm, at the Nangwarry Forestry and Logging Museum. The online survey can be accessed on the council’s website and hard copies are also available from any council office. The results of the community consultation will be considered by council.
PATHWAYS TO PRODUCTIVITY FORUM What will happen to the farm when I’ve had enough? What does zero-till look like ten years on? How will climate change affect my property? These are just some of the questions that will be explored at the upcoming Natural Resources South East Pathways to Productivity forum on June 16. Natural Resources South East Regional Landcare Facilitator Caroline Menzel said the forum would be an informative and beneficial day for anyone involved in sustainable agriculture. “Our ability to adapt to stress and adversity is crucial, especially in this industry,” Ms Menzel said. “We can’t underestimate the importance of developing and maintaining resilience across everything we do, not just our jobs or on the farm, but in our everyday lives.” Building on previous success, this is the third Pathways to Productivity forum held in the South East. This year’s
theme is Resilience: people, business and productivity. This year’s program includes keynote speaker Taryn Mangelsdorf (pictured), discussing rebuilding resilience following the Pinery fires, Upper South East farmer Ted Langley on zero-till farming, and farmer and author Nick Shady on farm succession planning. “We are excited to have secured a broad range of engaging speakers, all with relevant experience and real life examples to share,” Ms Menzel said. “It’s great to be able to bring these speakers together in the region and to make their stories and expertise accessible to our sustainable agriculture community. Natural Resources South East staff will be available throughout the day to talk about a range of programs and land management issues.” Pathways to Productivity is a collaborative project supported by the South East NRM Board through funding
from the National Landcare Programme and project sponsors. Entry to the full-day forum is free and catering is provided. Register at http://naturalresourcesse.eventbrite. com. For more information including the full program see the Natural Resources website www.naturalresources.sa.gov. au/southeast/land or contact Caroline Menzel on (08)8762 9706 or 0409 684 573.
Dream destinations French Riviera The French Riviera is the Mediterranean coast of south-eastern France. It includes famously glamorous beach resorts such as Saint-Tropez and Cannes, and Monaco. A health retreat in the 18th century, the area subsequently attracted aristocrats, artists and the 1960s “jet set.” Today it’s an established holiday destination, with paths connecting many coastal villages and towns.
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UNBREAKABLE CONNECTION Joe Spicer is a four time Australian Yard Dog Champion. Not bad for a boy who was Melbourne born and bred and did not really call rural Australia home until well into his 20s. It was a trip to a holiday farm in Bairnsdale as an 11 year old that saw Joe first encounter the kelpie breed – a bond that has never been broken and has eventually become a career. Basically 11 year old Joe rescued a litter of kelpies that had their death warrants signed. “They were going to drown the litter in a bucket and I just cried and cried until we were allowed to take them home,” Joe said. “It was from there I developed a love for the breed.” Joe was able to keep one of the five pup litter but suburban Melbourne was no place for a working dog. Fast forward a few years and Joe’s passion for the kelpie returned as he started to really investigate the breed and its role as a working dog. Weekends were spent at his girlfriend’s family’s farm in Rushworth. Joe was a landscape gardener Monday to Friday, running his own gardening business and used the farm as his weekender. “Eventually I tired of that and decided to have a sea change,” he said. “I got sick of working in Melbourne.” By this time Joe had two kelpies – Mate, the kelpie he rescued, and Spud. “Spud was the life of the party,” Joe said. “Everywhere we went he would do tricks, he was highly intelligent, a really outgoing dog. What sparked my interest in the work side was he was so good.” So Joe made a decision – he wanted to breed kelpies.”I went to the most famous breeders of the time – Elfinvale
Stud – and worked for food and board,” he said. And Joe has always tried to learn from the best in the business – South Australia’s Neil McDonald and New South Wales trainer Greg Prince are among his early mentors. It was at this time that Joe started dog trialling. “Obviously when you are a jackaroo you would only get to a few but I gave it a go,” he said.”My first trial I scored 11 out of 100 – it wasn’t pretty.” But he slowly learned and worked his way up the ranks – his 2005, ’12, ’13 and ’15 Australian championships, and his 2014 runner-up performance, show just how far you can go with hard work and a passion to learn and now he is an industry expert, breeding the dogs he loves and training them. Joe admits stepping into the world of kelpie breeding and training was a risk. “But I believe you pick something you love and then take it up as your career,” he said. It’s also arguably the least lucrative facet of the dog breeding industry you could choose to pursue. An average price for a working dog is $500 whereas for a pedigree dog you are looking at between $1000 and $2000. “That’s what I’d be doing if I wanted to get rich from breeding dogs.” Joe believes the fact he comes from the city has given him an unusual edge. “I think I see things from a different perspective,” he said. For Joe, the breeding and training go hand in hand. “It’s all part of the service,” he said. And he is always looking to give back to the industry through free clinics for some of the peak industry bodies. “It’s important to give back.” Joe chooses to do most of his training with the dogs
and owners away from their home environment. “When they are away from their comfort zone they learn better,” he said. “You learn a lot from watching other people fail or struggle – it gives you a different perspective about what you are doing right and wrong. People often don’t realise they are making mistakes until they see someone else doing it.” In some ways the industry is like a dating service as Joe and his partner Sharon Barry, look to match the right dog with the right owner. And while Joe concedes not every dog is trainable, he does believe his system is as close to foolproof as it gets. “It is a step by step system that works on a 10 year old dog just as well as it does with a pup,” he said. “It’s about getting the attitude right and it’s also about building confidence.” Matching the dog and owner is crucial because Joe genuinely believes the two need to be on the same wavelength. “That’s something we focus on strongly,” he said. “Rather than commands – we don’t really talk about commands. Don’t talk at your dog, work on listening – it’s about having a conversation, not barking orders.” Joe breeds about 10 litters a year, although he doesn’t see kelpie breeding as a numbers game. “We find that gives us a good amount of time to give to each pup,” he said. He also has a team of a dozen of his own dogs – usually four males and eight females, to cover when they are cycling or having pups, and that ensures he can always have eight in work. “I have to make sure my dogs get enough work and keep getting tested.” Joe could forgo the yard dog trial circuit if he wanted now – his reputation has been built – but he has some strong reasons for continuing to compete. “One is because I’m a competitive beast and lifestyle1.net | 27
get a big kick out of the competition,” he said. “And I also think it’s important to give back to the sport. That’s been so good to me and to help others learn.” Go Getta Brue has been Joe’s star performer at major events – he is the only dog to have won dual Australian championships. “The reason he has been so successful is not only his skill and intelligence and work ethic but he has a great temperament.” And there are certainly no shortcuts to breeding and training quality working dogs, let alone national champions. “You have got to be extremely determined, extremely patient and understanding.” That being said, give Joe a dog over a human any day of the week. “Dogs do what you want because it gives them what they want,” Joe said. “So do people but dogs are less calculating.” He now has his sights set on the August national championships in West Wyalong, in New South Wales. He has competed in Lucindale at the SE Field Days and will
have dogs in the Casterton Kelpie Muster auction as well. “I think it’s important to support local events,” he said. In between, Joe is busy delivering trained kelpie pups to their new owners. This year alone he has a trip to Western Australia, one headed to Queensland and one to Tasmania. “It couldn’t be more spread out than that.” A typical day for Joe starts with a morning of training and then he sets about the usual farm work of feeding and cleaning, as well as touching base with clients. For Joe, it is a face to face industry and field days are where he focuses most of his attention, with word of mouth doing the rest. Seymour, Ellmore and Warragul are the three he has been attending for the best part of two decades. Joe will also be at this weekend’s Kelpie Muster. Photos by Frank Monger
MEET THE CANDIDATES FOR BARKER The Limestone Coast Protection Alliance will host a “Meet the Candidates for Barker” Forum in the Dress Circle, Main Corner, Mount Gambier, on Saturday, June 18, from 5pm to 7pm. Master of Ceremonies will be former ABC presenter and personality, Stan Thomson who will also act as adjudicator as the candidates are asked questions from the floor. Candidates for Barker in the Federal Election who have accepted an invitation to attend are sitting Liberal member, Tony Pasin; James Stacey, (NXT); Yvonne Zeppel (FFP); and Mat O’Brien, (ALP). The Greens will also field a candidate in Barker, but they have not yet released the candidate’s name. As nominations do not close until June 9 there may be further nominations who
will also be invited to join the Forum. Candidates will be given an opportunity to briefly discuss their policies, background and personal commitment before being asked to answer any questions from the floor. This will be your opportunity to ask the candidates any questions about the issues that concern you within the electorate of Barker. Light refreshments will be available after the forum when participants and candidates will have any opportunity for informal discussion. As numbers will be limited please register your attendance by email to email@example.com or phone Merilyn Paxton on (08)8768 6100 or Dennis Vice on 0427 653 311.
ADVERTORIAL - GLORIA JEANS RELAUNCHES FUNDRAISER Gloria Jean’s Coffees has kicked off an exciting new campaign as part of their annual fundraising initiative, Cappuccino for a Cause, giving coffee lovers a variety of reasons to visit a coffee house in June as the much-loved coffee brand attempts to further increase their donation drive for Variety – the Children’s Charity. This year for the first time, Gloria Jean’s Coffees will offer guests the chance to exchange a gold coin donation for a free small cappuccino during Cappy Hour, held daily from 2pm to 3pm at all coffee houses in Australia throughout the fourweek campaign, with all proceeds going directly to Variety. Variety – the Children’s Charity NSW CEO Tam Johnston said the charity is honoured to be Gloria Jean’s Coffees’ nominated Cappuccino for a Cause charity partner for the sixth year in a row. “We are thrilled to have the generous support of our friends at Gloria Jean’s again in 2016 and think the new Cappy Hour concept is fantastic – it means that for a gold coin donation, customers will be provided a high quality coffee, all for a good cause,” she said. “The funds raised by Gloria Jean’s franchise partners and their guests will make a tangible difference in the lives of Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or who have special needs.” In another first for Australia’s leading coffee retailer, Gloria Jean’s Coffees will be running an Instagram campaign alongside Cappuccino for a Cause to raise further funds and awareness for the charity. Gloria Jean’s Coffees guests are encouraged to upload images of their Cappy Hour experience to Instagram using the hashtag #cappyhour, and once the hashtag generates 10,000 unique images on Instagram, Gloria Jean’s Coffees’ notfor-profit foundation, With Heart, will donate an additional $10,000 to Variety.
Gloria Jean’s Coffees Managing Director Rick Graham said he hopes the refreshed campaign will attract interest and support from the community. “Dating back to 2011 and encompassing a number of successful fundraising campaigns, our relationship with Variety is really strong, and so this year we wanted to share our passion for the work they do by extending the Cappuccino for a Cause period and encouraging more of our customers to get involved,” he said. In addition to Cappy Hour and its associated Instagram campaign, Gloria Jean’s coffee houses will be collecting funds for Variety through their in-store donation boxes for the entire duration of Cappuccino for a Cause 2016. “Guests can donate to Variety – the Children’s Charity at any of our coffee houses between June 6 and July 3, so we encourage everyone to visit us throughout the campaign period and support Variety,” said Mr Graham. Last year, Gloria Jean’s Coffees’ guests raised $106,500 for Variety, with funds going towards 1. purchasing much-needed equipment to support children in need, including wheelchair-friendly Liberty Swings and Sunshine Coaches. Variety – the Children’s Charity is committed to empowering Australian 5. children who are sick, disadvantaged or who have
Amanda and her team (pictured with Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell during last year’s campaign) at Gloria Jeans Mount Gambier will again be supporting Variety and are hoping with the local communities help to beat there total from last year which was over $2500. So visit Gloria Jeans between 2pm-3pm every day until 3rd July, receive a small cappuccino and donate a gold coin for a worthy cause.
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special needs reach their full potential. Variety aims to ‘fill the gaps’ in support and prioritises requests for which there is little or no government support. As part of Cappuccino for a Cause, Cappy Hour will be available at all participating Gloria Jean’s coffee houses across Australia from Monday, June 6, to Sunday, July 3. Follow Gloria Jean’s Coffees on Instagram at @gloriajeanscoffees and Facebook at Gloria Jean’s Coffees.
BAND LAUNCHES BOOK IN CITY
VOLUNTEER COMMITTMENT CELEBRATED ON SAFARI
Sydney based band, The Executives were fondly referred to as Australia’s answer to The Mamas and The Papas. They were a hit in the late 1960s and 70s with chart tracks such as My Aim is To Please, Sit Down I Think I Still Love You and Windy Days. With fame hitting them from their performances on The Bandstand, Don Lane and Skippy the Bush Kangaroo, they had their share of fun and juggling fans, being chased through department stores of capital cities across Australia. After cracking the Australian market, the band tried their luck at the American live circuit, setting themselves up in LA. The highs and lows of the band’s journey has been documented in a book The Executives: Their aim was to please you written by Jaesen Jones. In a lively presentation, The Executives’ own bassist, Gary King, will be launching the book at the Mount Gambier Library on Sunday 5th June at 11.30am. Gary who now resides in Beachport, and is still affiliated with music, will recall first-hand the band’s musical journey, and what is now, a piece of Australian history.
The recent South East Safari has celebrated the efforts of local environmental volunteers, who have racked up more than 20,000 hours work over the past year. The event, which was held at Robe during Volunteer Week, included a Welcome to Country by Aunty Penny, presentations on linking landscapes for woodland birds, drone technology and fox baiting for shorebird protection, an evening talk about blue whales and the Bonny Upwelling, and a tree planting session at McIntryre Reserve. Natural Resources South East Volunteer Coordinator Natalie Misic said it was a great chance to get together and applaud the hard work of local volunteers. “The success of the Safari demonstrates the strong relationship that we have with local volunteers and recognises the enormous efforts of time, skills and knowledge that they give,” Ms Misic said. “The commitment our volunteers have to natural resource management is a huge asset not only to the environment, but to community spirit and wellbeing. We have a number of wonderful community groups and
All welcome to this free community event with books available for purchase and signing for just $20. To book your seat telephone the Mount Gambier Library (08)8721 2540 or online www. mountgambier.sa.gov.au/library under Programs and Events.
CLASSIC CARS HEADED TO THE REGION The Hamilton Veteran, Vintage & Classic Drivers Club Annual Rally is on this long weekend with car enthusiasts from Victorian and interstate spending time at the Australian Kelpie Muster and travelling around the region enjoying local tourist attractions and visiting the Hamilton Pastoral Museum.
Friends of Parks groups in our region that are always keen to welcome new members.” Natural Resources South East Regional Director Tim Collins, Regional Director and Upper South East District Manager Bill Hender presented Premier’s Certificates of Recognition to Kevin Mott from Friends of Mount Gambier Area Parks, Dee Provis from Weed Spotters, and Jim Smith from Friends of Little Dip Conservation Park for their outstanding volunteer contributions. Mr Collins said he was impressed with the hard work of volunteers across the region. “Natural Resources South East and the South East Natural Resources Management Board are committed to supporting volunteer relationships,” he said. For more information on how you can get involved and volunteer for the environment, the community and your own wellbeing visit www. naturalresources.sa.gov.au/southeast or call (08)8735 1177. Right (from top) - Kevin Mott (Mount Gambier) with Natural Resources South East Regional Director Tim Collins; Jim Smith (Robe) with Tim Collins & Dee Provis (Mundulla) with Tim Collins. Left - The Safari voliunteer group taken from a drone.
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Local Sport DOUBLE SUCCESS FOR LOCAL NETBALLERS
Western Border Netball Association has returned from the 2016 Western Zone Championships with two titles, taking out the 13 & Under championship, as well as successfully defending its 2015 17 & Under title. Both teams went through the day long Ballarat competition, last Sunday, undefeated, while the undermanned 15 & Under team did well to make the semi finals before bowing out of contention. The association also sent a 13 and 15 & under development team, with both sides enjoying the experience of playing at the next level and representing their association. The success for the 13 and 17 & under teams means they are now headed to Melbourne for the June 26 State Association Championships, although attention first turns to the SA Country Championships on the June long weekend, The 13 & Under team was coached by Christie McCourt and is actually the defending Association Championship winners. After progressing though the round robin part of the competition with few challenges, and winning the semi final with a solid effort, the grand final started a little more shakily. Passing errors and a defence line that was attracting a lot of whistle saw the Ballarat FNL set up as much as a four goal advantage before leading at half time by three. But the young Western Border players settled in the second, showing better patience with their delivery into the shooting circle, while the defensive line started to get some important touches. Kayleigh Taylor and Madi Haggett started to apply good pressure to the Ballarat FNL shooters and the turnovers started to come, while Hannah Nitschke started to also pick up some loose balls through the middle of the court, driving strongly to connect with goalers Kate Walker and Paige Nitschke. Sarah Nultyâ€™s movement in the opening half, to create space for Paige was also critical when the Western Border team was struggling to stay in touch with their opposition. The mid court, including Tara Bryant, Jordan Freeman,
Emily Dawe and Lucy Denton all ran hard during the final, working both ways, as the young players eventually not only overcame the half time deficit but worked quickly to the lead and held on for a three goal championship win. The 17 & under team, coached by Audine Bryant, also enjoyed a relatively comfortable round robin part of the competition and advanced to the title match with a comfortable semi final victory. It was the sparkling start to the championship decider that set up the victory, with the Western Border side rocketing to an 8-1 start before Hampden started to settle and pulled back some of the early damage. The defensive pressure from Brenna McKay, Emily Pietsch and Zoe Duncan made life tough for the Hampden forward line and the errors came thick and fast, while the strong driving from Madi Turner and Keah Lynch ensured they connected quickly and accurately with goalers Tilah Buckingham and Tenille Gray, Tilah and Tenille made good position in the shooting circle, while finishing accurately and when the side was reconfigured at half time, they lost little momentum, with Ellie Gould combining well with McKay at the defensive end, Tori McIntyre using her athleticism to good advantage on the defensive wing and Sara Smith working hard on the attacking wing. Every time Hampden threatened to make a run at Western Border, the girls responded, creating turnovers with relentless defensive pressure and then moving the ball safely down court for second half shooting combination Keah and Tenille to finish. The 15 & Under team was missing State representatives Jordyn Adams and Nyan Allen, as well as injured utility Molly Watson, so losing Imogen Walker early in the tournament with a foot injury did little to help their cause, but the girls soldiered on to force their way into the semi finals. Photos courtesy of Simon Dawe & Frank Monger
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Local Sport RESULTS 17 & Under Western Border 21 d Warrnambool & Districts 3; Western Border 23 d MCDNFL 8; Western Border 15 d Ballarat FNL 10; Western Border 16 d Hampden 8; Western Border 15 d Warrnambool City 8; Western Border 23 d South West District 5; Western Border 19 d Ballarat NA 6. Semi final – Western Border 23 d Ballarat FNL 12. FINAL – WESTERN BORDER 16 d HAMPDEN 12 CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM Coach - Audine Bryant Brenna McKay; Tenille Gray; Ellie Gould; Emily Pietsch; Keah Lynch; Zoe Duncan; Madi Turner; Sara Smith; Tilah Buckingham; Tori McIntyre 15 & Under Ballarat FNL 21 d Western Border 5; Western Border 14 d MCDNFL 10; Hampden 13 d Western Border 8; Western Border (1) 22 d Western Border (2) 8; Western Border 13 d Warrnambool & District 10; Western Border 25 d South West District 6; Western Border 21 d MCDNFL (2) 7; Western Border 16 d Ballarat NA 15l Western Border 16 d Warrnambool City 13. Semi Final – Hampden 17 d Western Border 9 Western Border Development team results MCDNFL (2) 9 d Western Border 5; Warrnambool & District 12 drew with Western Border 12; South West District 13 d Western Border 11; Western Border (1) 22 d Western Border (2) 8; Ballarat NA 13 d Western Border 10; Warrnambool City 13 d Western Border 9; Ballarat FNL 28 d Western Border 2; MCDFNL (1) 18 d Western Border 8; Hampden 26 d Western Border 4. 13 & Under Western Border 17 d Warrnambool City 7; Western Border 16 d MCDFNL 5; Western Border 17 d Hampden 7; Western Border 25 d South Western District 7; Western Border 12 d Ballarat NA 8; Western Border (1) 20 d Western Border (2) 12; Western Border 18 d Warrnambool & District 5. Semi Final - Western Border 12 d Ballarat NA 7 FINAL – WESTERN BORDER 15 d BALLARAT FNL 12 Coach - Christie McCourt Paige Nitschke; Hannah Nitschke; Sarah Nulty; Jordan Freeman; Kayleigh Taylor; Madi Haggett; Lucy Denton; Emily Dawe; Kate Walker; Tara Bryant Western Border Development team results Hampden 12 d Western Border 10; Ballarat NA 11 d Western Border 5; Ballarat FNL 22 d Western Border 2; Warrnambool City 12 d Western Border 4; Western Border 12 d Mininera & District 8; South West District 12 d Western Border 10; Western Border (20) 20 d Western Border (2) 12; Warrnambool & District 14 d Western Border 5; Western Border 11 d MCDFNL 6;
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL ASSOCIATION WESTERN ZONE CHAMPIONSHIPS - BALLARAT
1. 13 & Under Western Zone Champions 2. 17 & Under Western Zone Champions 3. Jordan Freeman - 13 & Under 4. Emily Dawe - 13 & Under 5. Tyne Bosko contesting the ball with Georgia Monkley - 15 & Under 6. Rori Perryman - 13 & Under 7. Brenna McKay - 17 & Under 8. Emily Close - 15 & Under 9. Jasmine Davey meets the ball strongly ahead of Kayleigh Taylor - 13 & Under 10. Keah Lynch - 17 & Under 11 Macey Taylo - 15 & Under 12.Madi Haggett - 13 & Under 13. Tilah Buckingham - 17 & Under PHOTOS COURTESY OF SIMON DAWE & FRANK MONGER
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BRAIN TEASER Gambier Pioneers? 13. Which Victorian town is considered the Birthplace of the Kelpie? 14. Who is the captain of the Adelaide Crows? 15. Who wrote the Hallelujah Chorus? 16. Who is the Glenelg Shire Mayor? 17. Who is the Victorian Premier? 18. How many acting Academy Awards has Daniel Day Lewis won? 19. Who won the 2015 Western Border Football League A Grade premiership? 20. Hope & Bo Brady were a super couple on which US soap opera? 21. Who won the 2016 A-League grand final? 22. Matt Preston is a judge on which reality TV show? 23. Who was Australia’s first Saint? 24.Lorraine Bayley played which popular
TV matriarch? 25. In which Australian State would you find Lake Eyre? 26. ANZAC Day is commemorated on which date? 27. Who was the 2015 Australian of the Year? 28. Who won the 2016 NBA MVP? 29. Who won the 2016 Oscar for Best Actress? 30. What is the square root of 64? 31. Who was famous for being Helen Keller’s teacher? 32. Who wrote Great Expectations? 33. Who was Australian Prime Minister before Malcolm Turnbull? 34. Who is the coach of the New South Wales State of Origin team? 35. Who is the CEO of the AFL?
ANSWERS 1. Richard Burton; 2. Queensland; 3. Helsinki; 4. David Eigenberg; 5. Calves; 6. Mount Gambier; 7. July 2; 8. Margaret Mitchell; 9. Barnaby Joyce; 10. Golden State Warriors & Cleveland Cavaliers; 11. Lisa Alexander; 12. Richard Hill; 13. Casterton; 14. Taylor Walker; 15. Handel; 16. Max Oberlander; 17. Dan Andrews; 18. Three; 19. South Gambier; 20. Days of our Lives; 21. Adelaide United; 22. Masterchef Australia; 23. Mary MacKillop; 24. Grace Sullivan; 25. South Australia; 26. April 25; 27. Rosie Battye; 28. Steph Curry; 29. Brie Larson; 30. Eight; 31. Anne Sullivan; 32. Charles Dickens; 33. Tony Abbott; 34: Laurie Daly; 35. Gillon McLachlan
1. Which husband did Elizabeth Taylor remarry? 2. Who won game one of the 2016 State of Origin series? 3. What is the capital of Finland? 4. Who played Steve Brady in the TV serires and movie franchise Sex & The City? 5. What are baby elephants called? 6. In what Australian city is the James Morrison Academy of Music situated? 7. What day is the 2016 Australian Federal Election? 8. Who wrote thre classic novel Gone With The Wind? 9. Who is the leader of the National Party? 10. Which two teams are playing off for the 2016 NBA title? 11. Who is the Australian netball coach? 12. Who is the coach of the Mount
TAKING ON THE ELEMENTS
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The Sierra Terror VII is an 80km endurance challenge that sees teams battle terrain and elements, hiking and running through the Grampians images. Overthe June Long Weekend, teams will battle the terrain and the elements as they hike, run or scramble the 80km course. Both days cover a rough marathon distance, and both days will be spectacular. Teams may enter as a four person endurance team which will attempt to complete the course in its entirety, or as a relay team of five to eight members, who are interchangeable at checkpoints. The course changes yearly to maximise the breathtaking scenery on offer and to ensure that every year is a new challenge for our many return teams. Log onto dunkeldadventure.com.au or check out their facebook page.
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MAKING LIFE EASIER FOR BUILDERS
Life is about to get a whole lot more convenient for local builders and contractors in the region thanks to the continued strong relationship between Grant District Council and the Housing Industry of Australia. The council has become the latest stationery agent for the peak building body, providing contracts, specifications, schedules and the like for use by builders and contractors - a process that used to require sending away for the paperwork. Builders and contractors can now head straight to the Grant District Council offices to purchase their HIA contracts.
Grant District Council has been a great supporter of the Housing Industry Association over a number of years, particularly by facilitating Housing Industry of Australia (HIA) Training and Information sessions. Topics have included work health & safety, timber framing, building codes and Australian Standards. The latest development continues Grant District Council, and, in particular, building surveyor Paul Gibbs, focus on working closely with the local building and construction industry. Above - Building surveyor Paul Gibbs with the HIA stationery.
LEADING DAIRY FARMER JOINS PRESTIGIOUS HONOUR BOARD From being led along the path as a child by calves keen to get a feed, to leading Victoria’s dairy industry, Kerry Callow has seen dairy from inside and out. And despite a few bumps along the way, this Legendairy farmer from southwest Victoria remains committed to the industry. A former United Dairyfarmers of Victoria (UDV) president and the latest inductee to the WestVic Dairy honour board, Kerry was raised on her parents’ soldier settler farm near Macarthur. “The only shift I’ve made is bedrooms,” she joked. She recalls being a tiny child dragged along by the calves and being amazed at how her father grew pastures up to the top of her gumboots. Today Kerry has a more worldly view of dairy. Her parents, Ted and Nance Nunn, were always involved in their community and the industry and Kerry naturally felt the need to follow in their inspirational footsteps. “I think it’s just part of farming to understand what happens beyond your farm gate, and not just in your local area,” she said. Kerry’s first brush with the industry was when her father co-opted her as the Macarthur Artificial Breeders Cooperative secretary. She joined the UDV when she turned 18 – her father was chairman at that time - and 40 years later remains a dedicated member. Kerry was elected UDV president in 2010 and held the position for more than two years. She cites as a highlight, her work with former president Chris Griffin to bring the UDV back to financial viability and to focus the policy
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council on the “nuts and bolts issues”. She was also involved with setting up DemoDAIRY, the Herd Test Association and WestVic Dairy’s ‘Down the Track’ project. “I never sought out positions; they tended to evolve,” Kerry said. “Generally I had the support of the farmers I represented; they seem to like to volunteer you for jobs.” Her habit of “expressing my views” may have encouraged that, and occasionally got her into trouble, but she didn‘t mind and encourages others to get behind the UDV and the broader industry. While understanding farming is more pressured today, Kerry says farmers would benefit and understand more about the organisations if they got more actively involved in the UDV and Dairy Australia programs. “Dairy Australia runs some brilliant programs that offer great tools to young people coming into the industry, and Legendairy is a direct response to farmers asking Dairy Australia to do more to promote the industry. “Organisations don’t run on fresh air; they need arms and legs to run them.” Kerry says her inside involvement has given her valuable insights, although the honour board recognition was a surprise. “You don’t do this work for recognition; you do it because someone has to do it and I’ve got a lot out of it. “I’ve seen a side of the industry that most people are unaware of and met a lot of great people. The UDV and Dairy Australia staff who work in the background are fantastic and they all look at it as their industry. They’re as proud of it as any dairy farmer is.” Kerry remains a
committed dairy farmer and enjoys the daily challenge of running her 94-hectare, 160-cow property. She says farming is much more complicated and professional today compared to when she started. “A lot of people think all you do is milk cows at either end of the day; the reality is that you’re running a business.” Kerry admits to being “pretty gutted” by the recent retrospective milk price cuts but plans to stick it out and says the long-term future of the industry remains positive. “People say if you don’t like it get out but you’ve got to be able to sell. Farms don’t sell overnight, even in good times.” One trait all farmers need is resilience and Kerry has plenty of it. “While the dairy industry has always dipped, it seems to be dipping more frequently in recent years but you’ve got to keep things in perspective and ride through it. “We’ve got to try to get rid of the speed bumps that happen, but sometimes you just have to keep putting one foot in front of the other.” Above - Kerry Callow has become the latest inductee to the WestVic Dairy honour board.
Feature – MEN’S HEALTH IN FOCUS MILLICENT MEN’S SHED - A HOME AWAY FROM HOME Millicent Men’s Shed was established in 2013 to provide a communal facility for men of all ages in the Millicent area, where they can get together to work on projects or hobbies, undertake skills training, pass on their own skills or have a cuppa and a chat. The Shed was started as a means to promote and enhance the well-being of men in the area through social inclusion, health education and activities. It provides a valuable service, particularly for men who are socially isolated, alone at home or who just want to get together with other men in a friendly environment. The Shed’s projects often involve the wider community, working with schools, aged care providers and other community groups. The Shed is well equipped with a wide variety of tools and equipment in the workshop. Everything is on-hand, from small tools through to large, powered machinery. The shed also has a fully equipped kitchen, for those who want to dabble in the culinary arts. Computer equipment is available for members and training in computer use can be conducted for the technologically challenged. The Shed has a recreation room, heated on those cold winter days, where members sit and chat over a cup of coffee, play games or listen to visiting speakers offering advice and information on a broad range of subjects. On the last Thursday of each month the Shed holds a barbecue lunch where members and guests are always welcome. The Shed is an incorporated association and is run by a management committee. It has several partnerships with community organisations, including council, schools and service clubs. Community projects are often underway, which members can get involved in. Members work on these and their own projects at their own pace. There are no deadlines, no expectations. The Shed is a place where you can relax or get involved to the extent you are comfortable with. There is a small annual fee for membership, which goes towards the costs of running the Shed and procuring materials. Several raffles are held during the year to raise funds for purchases, activities and development. The Shed regularly applies for grants from a number of organisations to assist with its programs and activities. Millicent Men’s Shed welcomes new members of any age.
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Feature – MEN’S HEALTH IN FOCUS NARACOORTE MEN SET TO MOVE IN
The idea of a Men’s Shed in Naracoorte was first proposed at a public meeting in September 2012, attended by 77 people, from health care professionals, local businesses, service clubs and prospective members from Naracoorte and surrounding districts. In the following months the club
was formed. The next three years were spent establishing the club, trying to find a home and raising funds to build one if that failed. More than 37 sites were explored ranging from the old railway station, former Christian school. old TAFE workshop and many other sites. Last year the group managed to acquire, with the help of Naracoorte District Sports Centre and Naracoorte Lucindale District Council, a block of land at the North Parklands Sports complex. After extensive fundraising, with magnificent contributions from local businesses and town’s people, coupled with grants from the Federal Government and the Naaracoorte Lucindale District Council, the group has been able to order a shed which should be erected by the end of this month.
This will give the members an empty shell to work on and once they are established in the shed they hope to increase their opening time to accommodate a wider range members, covering all age groups One of the first things on the agenda to implement is mentoring school leavers, by passing on skills and teaching the benefits of work ethics, which the Naracoorte Men’s Shed believes will have double benefits. It will help school leavers to adjust to a working environment and give their members a reason to get out of bed in the morning. This is only scratching the surface of things the group hopes to eventually do. The main aim of Men’s Shed is still centered around the well being of its members. Above - Member for Barker Tony Pasin presenting the Naracoorte Men’s Shed with funding to construct its own facilities. Left - The Naracoorte Men’s Shed starts to take shape - it is hoped it will be open at the end of this month.
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BRAD WEST & SHARON DENNIS Brad West and Sharon Dennis met at a B&S Ball in Harrow, Victoria in January 2014, and after a few months of dating it was realised that they were meant to be. Brad asked Sharon to be his wife in a surprise proposal at Boroka Lookout, overlooking Halls Gap, in July last year. They were married by Reverend John Deer on 16th April 2016, when it was a mild 16 degrees. The rain managed to hold out for their garden ceremony at Colhurst House, Mount Gambier, where they exchanged personally written vows in front of 120 guests. Their reception was held at Southgate Motel which was adorned with fairy lights and doily bunting hand sewn by the groom’s mother. Crocheted embroidery hoops, buloke timber, native flowers, hessian lined jars and wine bottles, were incorporated into the decorations, lovingly made by the bride (with the assistance of friends and family). The wedding flowers were handpicked from a farm near Edenhope, and the bouquets were beautifully arranged by the bride’s friend, Rachel Farran. Guests dined on a beautiful three course dinner which was finished off perfectly with their wedding cake - a three tiered salted caramel mud cake with salted caramel drizzles, butter cream and macarons, made by their good friend, Casey Hosking of Best Taste Scenario. Following speeches, the guests danced the night away to local band, Any Other Sunday, and took entertaining pics in the photo booth supplied by Perfect Pix Photobooth. Sharon was attended by maid of honour, Alana Creek and bridesmaid, Kym Azzopardi, whilst Brad was attended by best man, Chris Carter and groomsman, Matt Levesque. Drivers, Matt Ough and Neill Azzopardi, escorted the bridal party in 4WDs borrowed from the groom’s family. The night was hosted by joint MCs, Adam Lambert and Daniel Hackwill. Photos courtesy of Christy Radford
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DANCING TO THE BEAT OF HIS OWN DRUM Matthew Braithwaite had his future all planned out and it was all going to script. After finishing school in Mount Gambier, his family home, he went to university in Adelaide to study Industrial Design, majoring in furniture design.”I absolutely loved it,” Matthew said. With degree in hand, he moved to Western Australia to work in the furniture manufacturing industry and his career was off to a flier. Of course, like so many young people, the lure of overseas travel started to dominate and after almost two years in the industry he so desperately wanted to be a part of, he was off to explore the world. He arrived in London, started looking for work and experienced somewhat of an epiphany. “I decided I wanted to give back to the world,” Matthew said. “Furniture design seemed so selfish. It felt like a luxury to be able to do that and so I looked for a job with a charity and really wanted to help children.” Matthew took on an administrative role in a job that not only became a seven day a week commitment working with children, who were in London for life changing surgery, and their parents, but also proved to start reshaping Matthew’s life as well. The role was two-fold. He was support for the children and their parents and he was also involved in fundraising for the vital medical work or the charity. “The kids and parents had my phone number and I was always there for them if they were bored or wanted to do something,” Matthew said. “I was also focussed on the marketing aspects
of the charity, writing the newsletter and coordinating volunteers.” Matthew started to find the work with the children as the most rewarding part of the role and the part of the role that would change his life. “I would sit with them before surgery and read them stories and try and make them laugh,” he said. “There were also some really, really sad moments.” The children, from a variety of third world countries, were in London for surgery that would see them relocated for about six months, in a city where they knew no one and didn’t always speak English, and having major cranio facial surgery. “Some were problems from birth and some were the result of physical trauma,” Matthew said. “I would take them to school each morning and they would always end up in my office for lunch.” Refusing to be stymied by the language barrier, music became the tool of communication between Matthew and the children that clearly came to love him. “I would put music on and we would dance,” he said. “They really seemed to appreciate it. They were completely ostracised from everything they knew and so far from where they came from and to know that someone was interested in them and cared about them and looked them in the eye seemed to make such a difference.” But so often, too, Matthew would see glimpses of what were just normal children, with the same cheeky instincts as any child. “They would pick up English
at school and they would take advantage of it with their parents,” he said. “There was one little girl who had learned English and her mum hadn’t and she told her mum the doctor said she had to have a chocolate bar every day.” They were the times when the children returned the favour and made Matthew laugh. Soccer in Hyde Park was also a hugely popular activity. For Matthew it was a job of extremes. He would go from working with these recovering children from poor backgrounds to attending fundraisers for the top end of the town where women went home with Jimmy Choo clutches as a gift and the men took home expensive watches. He went from entertaining children from Kenya as they recovered from major surgery, to sitting at the same table as Vogue editor Anna Wintour and Aussie Oscar winner Cate Blanchett. “It was so surreal,” Matthew said. “But without the glitz and glamour of the fundraisers with the stars, we couldn’t do what we were doing for the kids.” After 18 months, though, the design bug bit Matthew again and he returned to the furniture game but almost on cue, as the two year mark approached, he was ready for a new adventure and a new place to have that adventure. It was furniture design that took him to Asia but it was an overheard conversation at lunch one day that again saw Matthew change tack.
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DANCING TO THE BEAT OF HIS OWN DRUM “I was in a hotel having lunch and there was an Australian lady sitting across from me talking about a charity she had started,” he said. And before long, Matthew was back working with children. This time it was in a Shanghai medical facility where children from outlying rural areas were brought for heart surgery. Matthew found himself in charge of the children’s playroom at the hospital, where he became Aunty Matthew. “I was the only male working with the children and it was protocol for children to call the other volunteers Aunty.” Again it was a typical cheeky child that labelled him Aunty anyway and the label stuck. It was while working with these children and looking for ways to communicate and entertain that music again entered Matthew’s life and he wrote his first song. It turned out to be the first of many and when he debuted his repertoire to his family when they were all together for his brother’s wedding, Matthew’s music started to take on a life of its own. Coming from a musical family, he started working with brother Sean, to start to put the finishing touches to his creations and eventually decided they were actually good enough to record and I Have A Go – Matthew’s debut children’s album was born. And it was a well researched project. Once Matthew decided to forge ahead and record his songs, he knuckled down to some serious networking and finding the best people for the job. He sent his demo to Jason Clarke, who had worked with the Wiggles, as well as a number of
other big musical acts, including Aussie 80s band Girl Overboard. “He said he would love to work with me and working with him was a really positive experience,” Matthew said. “He has been a fantastic mentor and has so many contacts in the music industry.”He has so much music industry experience and I had absolutely zero.” It also gave Matthew access to some amazing musicians to be part of his debut project. “Of course then I started to worry about the budget and if I could really afford to be working with one of Australia’s best,” he said. But in the end Matthew and a raft of some of Australia’s best created the album in Sydney’s Studio 301. “I didn’t really appreciate the history of the studio. I was working with the sound engineer, who had worked in the studio with Lady Ga Ga. She recorded Born This Way in the same studio I was recording.” Matthew soon learned he was also working in the same space as Lana Del Ray had been weaving her magic the day before.”What I loved was these guys I was working with showed the same respect for these children’s songs – it’s what children’s music deserves.” Matthew has a very clear philosophy with his music, inspired by two quotes – “the only difference between an ordinary floor and a dance floor is the right song” and “when you start to sing your life becomes a musical”. And Matthew’s vision for his music certainly isn’t going to stop with an album. Seeing his music as a very visual experience as well, he again stuck to his formula of seeking out the best in
the business for advice, as he looked into morphing his music into a television show. He met with a London based producer and other industry leaders and while it could have been easy to become discouraged as positive responses to his ideas still ended up with closed doors, the advice has been invaluable for Matthew. The importance of the educational component of the project has since been front and centre and Matthew has worked closely with educational professional Kimberely Coyle. But while that side of the project remains a work in progress, Matthew’s songs are making their mark, earning airplay on three major Australian radio stations with a children’s focus. “It’s been really heart warming how supportive people have been,” Matthew said. “I was really nervous about the reaction.” But if the reaction when Matthew treated his home town audience to his musical offerings during a visit home for the summer holidays was anything to go by, he had no need for concern and momentum is building, with the album officially released in February. “I hadn’t performed with kids before,” Matthew said. “But it was a positive space and an amazing experience.” Interestingly another part of the attraction to performing in his home town was remembering the impact the visit of Play School stalwart Don Spencer had on him when he was in Year One. “It was so rare for live music to come to Mount Gambier and I have never forgotten that.” A regional Australian tour is certainly now on Matthew’s agenda. “If I could do a
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regional tour, it would be the pinnacle for me,” Matthew said. “If I can go to a school with 20 kids, and come with a band and really inspire them, then that’s what I am trying to do.” A parent who approached Matthew after the show reinforced for him just why he has become so passionate about this new chapter of his life. “A mother came up to me and said her son is so shy and never gets involved in anything but watching him get up and to start dancing
was huge for her and she just wanted to say thank you,” Matthew said. “This is what it’s about, this is what I wanted to achieve, giving children a bit more confidence.” The album is available for download on a number of online portals and hard copies can be ordered online at ihaveago. com. “As a kid I was always encouraged to have a go and that’s basically where the name came from.” Matthew said.
WINDFALL FOR COMMUNITY GROUPS The South West Community Foundation has announced grants worth a total of $150,042 to 40 local groups. The 42 individual grants for local activities and causes include support to purchase additional instruments for the Casterton Band, a fund for both Colac and Warrnambool Food Share to purchase extra staple foods, a scholarship for the Great South Coast Leadership program, a defibrillator for the Kirkstall CFA and funding for tree planting at the Camperdown Showgrounds. Chair Barrie Baker said the Foundation was delighted to be able to provide this support for the community at such a grassroots level. “The Foundation is all about the community helping itself – people and organisations that can support people and causes in need so that the whole community gets stronger and more resilient,” Mr Baker said. Some of the grants announced were funded through the Isobel and
David Jones Foundation which uses the Foundation to identify and assess grant applicants. The Jones Foundation this year distributed $54,200 in this way. Deakin University also donated $15,000 to the Foundation for distribution on their behalf. Foundation Executive Officer Karen Norris said that acting in this way for other private funds and organisations was a service the Foundation was happy to provide. “Our priority is for donors to help us build our perpetual trust funds so that we can continue our community support into the future. However, assisting with any sort of community philanthropy is something we’re happy to do.” Ms Norris added that if anyone would like to make a tax deductible donation to help, they can contact her or use the website at www. southwestcommunityfoundation.org . “Our community will benefit forever,” she said.
REGIONS LEAD THE WAY IN TRAINING A south-west Victorian apprenticeship and traineeship expert has highlighted the importance of regional leadership when he spoke at an international conference last week. Westvic Staffing Solutions CEO Dean Luciani was chosen as part of an expert panel to present at the Engaging Employers in Skills Development for the 21st Century workshop on June 2-3 in Adelaide. Mr Luciani is also the Chair of the Victorian Apprenticeship Employment Network, is actively engaged with federal and state governments and has run apprenticeship and traineeship programs across Victoria over the past 18 years. “I have a specific interest and real passion in representing the future of apprenticeships and traineeships with small and medium businesses in regional areas,” he said. Mr Luciani said the majority of apprentices are employed by small businesses with about 60 per cent coming from regional areas. “Regional areas play a huge role in skills development and building the number of apprentices,” he said.
LEARN ECONOMIC INSIGHTS AT NAB BUSINESS BREAKFAST Learn how our region will benefit from the State and Federal budgets and the latest economic trends with NAB’s top economist next week. Tom Taylor, NAB’s head of international economics, is returning to Portland on Friday at a business breakfast to share his views on the highlights and impacts of the budgets to the Glenelg Shire. The joint initiative of Portland NAB and the Glenelg Shire Council is returning for a third consecutive year and is free to all local residents. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said Mr Taylor was one of Australia’s most respected financial market specialists, who would provide a rare insight into our regional economic position. “This is a fantastic opportunity for locals, particularly business owners and the agribusiness sector, to learn from one of the country’s best economists, who will share his high expertise on how our economy is performing,” he said. “He will provide a presentation which breaks down our economy, focusing on rural sector trends such as beef, sheep, dairy and timber. “There has never been a better time to invest and grow our business economy, with new growth in tourism and growing exports from the Port of Portland, our region is on the eve of a growth period and Mr Taylor will delve into this economic position.” Cr Oberlander said the Port of Portland currently traded almost 10 per
cent of the state’s Growth Domestic Product, with growing consumption from Asia for our “clean green” food and fibre. “We all need to take the lead to seize these new market opportunities,” Cr Oberlander said. “Our council is focused on Growing Glenelg, investing in our region to provide the resources and infrastructure to make our shire a desirable place to work, invest and live. “I strongly encourage people to take the opportunity and hear this highly anticipated economic insight and learn how they can take advantage of this strong economic base.” Mr Taylor, who has a PhD in economics, immigrated to Australia from Northern Ireland in 1982, and shares an
affinity with south west Victoria. He has been with NAB since 1996, and previously worked in the wool industry at Wool Corporation, the Federal Treasury, and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, which included a three year stint in New Zealand as the Australian diplomatic representative covering trade and economic issues. The economic breakfast will take place from 7am at the Portland Golf Club. There are limited seats available. To register contact event coordinator Sam Rasmussen on 0477 725 500 or email email@example.com. Above - Tom Taylor, NAB’s head of international economics, is returning to Portland next week.
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Local Sport BURRUNGULE PARK WINS INTER CHALLENGE TROPHY 1. Kevin Dyson 43/50 2. Peter Klieve 43/50 3. Barry Hill 41/50 Ladies 1. Kellie Peterson Juniors 1. Campbell Serle 36/50 2. Dylan Scheidl 35/50 Sub Juniors 1. Ethan Hellyer 2. Brodie VonStanke –Dowie 3. Harry Fisher Far left - High Gun Winner Jeremy Kent in action.
South East Field & Game held a 50 Target event at Burrungule Park at the end of last montrh, sponsored by Collins Court Butchers and JW Lamond Contracting. Seventy shooters attended the second leg of the Burrungule Pk/Lake Bonney Challenge. Burrungule Park shooters coped better on the day with the targets set by Jeremy and Neville Kent and managed to regain the Interclub Challenge Trophy back from Lake Bonney. Jeremy Kent won the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun with 48/50, including one perfect round of 25. AA grade had a three way tie on 47/50, with Jamie Dunn beating his father Leig,h with youth triumphing
over experience in the shoot off, with seasoned veteran Malcolm Whitehead in third. A five way shoot off in A grade in the rain, was won by Ernie Scheidl, from Tim Widdison and Lake Bonney’s Alan Cowan, all having shot 42/50 B grade was won by Matt Crowe with 41/50 from Darren Murrell and the promising youngster Dylan Edwards. Andrew Baker came out of retirement to beat Charles Wallis in another shoot off to decide C grade, Slim Fennell took out third. in addition to a swagful of raffle prizes. Bob Jones beat Neville Kent in another shoot off both having shot 41/50 in the Veterans division. Chris VonStanke
finished third. In the Super veterans, Kevin Dyson also needed a shoot off to beat Peter Klieve, both 4with 3/50, with Barry Hill into third. Kellie Peterson won the :adies, while Cambell Serle 36/50 beat Dylan Scheidl by one target to win Juniors. The competitive Sub Juniors was won by Ethan Hellyer, by one target, over the improving Brodie VonStanke-Dowie and Harry Fisher, just behind in third RESULTS HIGH GUN JEREMY KENT 48/50 AA 1. Jamie Dunn All 47/50 2. Leigh Dunn
3. Malcolm Whitehead A 1. Ernie Scheidl All 42/50 2. Tim Widdison 3. Allan Cowen B 1. Matt Crowe 41/50 2. Darren Murrell 40/50 3. Dylan Edwards 39/50 C 1. Andrew Baker 36/50 2. Charles Wallis 36/50 3. Graham Fennell 35/50 Veterans 1. Bob Jones 41/50 2. Neville Kent 41/50 3. Chris VonStanke 35/50 Super Veterans
Left - Burrungule Park President Ernie Scheidl with Lake Bonney President Mark Fabris. UPCOMING EVENTS Limestone Coast Sporting 225 Nominations http:// limestonecoastsporting225.com.au/ June 11th Kingston June 12th lake Bonney June 13th Burrungule park
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VETERANS TENNIS HEAD INDOORS
Above (from left) - East Gambier’s best on ground - Lukass Blicavs; South’s Hamish Stevens gets wrapped up by Tully Balshaw. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER. Above - Emily PIetsch (North) and Tori Perry (Casterton Sandford) battle for possession. Far left - North Gambier defender Kaitlin Smith. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN GOULD. Left - South Gambier coach Nicole Butler makes good position in front of fellow coach Bo Creek. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.
An enjoyable day was had by the Senior Tennis Players at Mount Gambier’s Active 8 Centre at the end of last month Allan Rex won the men’s event from Brenton Manser, while the women’s event went the way of Cheryl Fitzjerald from Helen Rathjen. The next event will be June 19 at 11am back at the Active 8 Centre.
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Penola 3.4 15.9 30.12 38.14 (242) Kingston 1.5 3.5 4.6 6.6 (42) Goals - Penola: A. Merrett 12; D. Williams 7; R. Richardson, K. Ransom, B. Foster, S. Berkefeld 3; M. Skrypek, O. March 2; B. Lindner, M. Willson, M. Ferguson. Kingston: C. Baker, B. Tapfield 2; H. Rothall, R. Werchiwski. Best - Penola: S. Berkefeld, A. Merrett, M. Willson, A. Moore, M. Skrypek, O. March. Kingston: K. Lohde, J. Austin, R. Werchiwski, C. Baker, H. Rothall. H. Labastida. Mundulla 3.3 8.11 14.15 22.17 (149) Border Districts 4.2 6.2 8.2 11.4 (70) Goals - Mundulla: B. Packer 5; D. Burgess 4; W. Packer 3; J. Hinge, N. Davis, S. Lewin 2; B. Milligan, B. Mehaffey, J. McGrice, R. Williams. Border Districts: C. Robinson 3; C. Sandercock, D. Hargraves, O. Gabbe 2; G. Cother, B. Keast. Best - Mundulla: J. Wiese, J. Milligan, L. Duell, S. Lewin, B. Packer, D. Mosey. Border Districts: C. Sandercock, N. Naylor, B. Nolan, J. Watson, O. Gabbe, N. Thomas. Kybybolite 6.4 13.6 16.8 24.13 (157) Kaniva Leeor 2.3 4.4 8.9 9.10 (64) Goals - Kybybolite: S. Carberyy 6; S. Shepherd 4; C. McPherson, T. Cooper 3; M. Schinckel 2; D. Warren, B. Munn, D. Arnold, S. Craig, W. Russell, J. Bittner. Kaniva Leeor: T. Stribling 3; V. Thach 2; J. Brown, J. Jarred, A. Brown, N. Murphy, Best - Kybybolite: R. Jaensch, T. Cooper, J. Bittner, C. McPherson, D. Warren, D. Arnold. Kaniva Leeor: A. Brown, L. Vivian, H. Bennett, J. Brown, J. Wagg, C. Ash. Lucindale 1.2 7.4 12.4 15.6 (96) Naracoorte 2.5 3.8 5.13 8.17 (65) Goals - Lucindale: P. Baker 3; S. Logan, S. Mardling, A. Smart, M. Snowball, T. Menz, T. MacKenzie, D. Ogilvie, S. McGurk, S. Graetz, R. Hadnbury, H, legoe, R. McInerney. Naracoorte: J. Bell, S. Willson, C. Gill, J. Sellars, S. Patterson, S. Bates, T. Hindmarsh, M. Gill. Best - Lucindale: R. McInerney, S. Graetz, T. Menz, T. MacKenzie, N. Clarke, P. Baker, Naracoorte: R. Pendle, K. Jacobs, N. Boon, J. Bettoncelli, J. Bell, S. Willson. Padthaway 3.1 9.10 13.11 19.13 (127) Keith 2.1 3.1 5.1 8.4 (52) Goals - Padthaway: L. Rochester, C. Marshall 4; T. Edwards 3; S. Welsh, D. Boyanton, J. Kahl 2; E. Mulvihill, T. McNamara. Keith: G. Johnson, L. Wilhelm 2; H. McMurray, S. Schrieber, K. Barber, J. Wright. Best - Padthaway: D. Boyanton, L. Rochester, C. Marshall, J. Kahl, I. Noles, M. Pakula. Keith: S. Molineaux, T. McAllister, P. Capurso, N. Hunt, J. Wrught, A. Dunstan,
Kalangadoo 3.0 11.4 16.10 23.15 (153) Kongorong 3.0 4.1 4.2 7.3 (45) Goals - Kalangadoo: B. Mules 6; M, Durbridge, L. Jones, J. Casey 3; M. Fatchen 2; B. Ousey, A. Reynolds, J. Pratt, J. Hunter, M. Krieger, B. Auld. Kongorong: J. Wright 3; . Phillips, P. Ellis, J. Blackwell, J. Phillips. Best - Kalangadoo: L. Jones, T. Williams, M. Krieger, J. Bannister, M. Fatchen, M. Lowe. Kongorong: M. Waters, J. Phillips, R. Hein, A. Relford, S. Phillips. Tantanoola 10.8 22.10 29.21 36.27 (243) Nangwarry 1.1 1.3 2.4 3.4 (22) Goals - Tantanoola: J. Williams 8; C. Hudson 6; T. Hatt 5; J. Dawe 4; B. Reilly 3; A. Gregory, H. Brown 2; R. Hay, C. Williams, L. Smith, J. McRostie, C. Saint. Nangwarry: N. Rowe, P. Hutchins, M. Chaplin. Best - Tantanoola: J. Williams, T. Hatt, C. Saint, C. Hudson, J. Dawe, C. Williams. Nangwarry: B. King, N. Rowe, B. Deamer, P. Hutchins, M. Thomson, B. Garner. Mt Burr 2.1 9.5 16.6 20.13 (133) Robe 2.5 7.7 8.11 13.16 (94) Goals - Mt Burr: T. Hales 5; H. Schult 4; T. Renzi, N. Morrison, J. Fiebig, L. Von Einem 2; D. Jankowski, C. Gallio, H. Crauford. Robe: Z. Deane 5; T. Wilfred 3; J. kelly 2; J. Wehl, J. Pettit, J. Agnew, J. Dawson. Best - Mt Burr: C. Gallio, T. Hales, L. Von Einem, T. Renzi, H. Crauford, S. Wallis. Robe: J. Dawson, J. Kelly, Z. Deane, J. Mann, K. Smith, H. Kurray. Hatherleigh 3.1 4.5 8.10 14.17 (101) Port MacDonnell 2.1 6.2 7.3 7.5 (47) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Sullivan 4; J. Wight, C. Buckley 2; B. Humphries, J. Rayson, J. Bateman, B. Wight, T. Merrett, H. Smith. Port Mac: D. McElroy, M. Smith 2; K. McClean, N. Wilke, R. Timms. Best - Hatherleigh: C. Buckley, J. Faulkner, J. Sullivan, J. Telfer, G. McGrath, J. Rayson. Port Mac: W. Chant, J. Simmonds, M. Roscow, T. Sullivan, Z. Williams, S. Enderl.
East Gambier 5.1 7.4 8.6 13.7 (85) South Gambier 4.2 9.3 12.5 12.8 (80) Goals - East: L. Thomson 4; B. Clark, K. Thomson, S. Balshaw 2; M. Dempsey, R. Janeway, T. Lockwood. South: J. Weaver 4; B. Howard 3; B. Saffin 2; B. Eexleby, T. Jones, J. Tentye. Best - East: L. Blicavs, S. Balshaw, L. Thomson, T. Balshaw, M. White, M. McCallum. South: B. O’Beil, B. Saffin, B. Howard, B. Bryant, A. Bryant, J. Weaver. Millicent 5.4 7.5 12.8 15.9 (99) West Gambier 1.2 8.7 10.11 13.14 (92) Goals - Millicent: J. Weir, M. reilly, S. Willis 3; C. Hobbs, M. Thompson, H. reilly, J. Walker, P. Duncan, H. Nitschke. West: J. Schaple 3; D. Robbins, R. Lindner 2; G. Ha, L. Morton, T. Hawke, R. Fox, L. Bradley-Brown, S. Wenman. Best - Millicent: T. Hutchesson, W. Fleming, M. Thompson, J. Weir, C. Hobbs, J. Murphy. West: L. Bradley-Brown, R. Lindner, T. Zeita, J. Pfitzner, A. Gibbs, D. Robbins. North Gambier 4.2 8.5 12.8 14.10 (94) Casterton Sandford 2.1 2.2 7.3 9.6 (60) Goals - North: M. Mcinerney 4; S. Stafford 3; D. Munn, W. Nankivell 2; J. Jenner, T. Edwards, T. Brookes. Casterton Sandford: D. Ayton, D. Ryan, R. Killey 2; J. Stephenson, B. Guthire, J. Searle. Best - North: D. Munn, B. Egan, S. Egan, M. McInerney, J. Schutz, S. Stafford. Casterton Sandford: A. O’Connell, D. Wombwell, K. Carlin, M. Cowland, M. Jarrad, T. Nesbitt.
B GRADE Penola 20.16 (136) s Kingston 5.4 (34); Mundulla 16.18 (114) d Border Districts 4.3 (27); Kybybolite 13.6 (84) d Kaniva Leeor 10.7 (67); naracoorte 11.8 (74) d Lucindale 6.6 (42); Keith 23.12 (150) d Padthaway 7.8 (50)
B GRADE Kalangadoo 13.10 (88) d Kongorong 7.4 (46); Tantanoola 36.14 (230) d Nangwarry 0.0 (0); Mt Burr 15.5 (95) d Robe 13.4 (82); Port MacDonnell 22.15 (147) d Hatherleigh 2.4 (16).
SENIOR COLTS Kalangadoo 15.12 (102) d Kongorong 10.3 (63); Tantanoola 18.17 (125) d Nangwarry 4.3 (27); Robe 17.5 (107) d Mt Burr 4.5 (29); Port MacDonnell 8.14 (62) d Hatherleigh 7.6 (48).
JUNIOR COLTS Tananoola 5.5 (35) d Nangwarry 1.3 (9); Mt Burr 3.3 (21) d Robe 3.1 (19); Hatherleigh 6.9 (45) d Port MacDonnell 1.2 (8); Kongorong 6.12 (48) d Kalangadoo 1.4 (10).
Kingston 16.14 (110) d Penola 5.1 (31); Kanvia Leeor 14.7 (91) d Kybybolite 7.10 (52); Naracoorte 8.7 (55) d Lucindale/Padthaway 3.6 (24); Keith 15.7 (97) d Mundulla 3.0 (18).
Kingston 9.11 (65) d Penola 0.0(0); Kybybolite 10.5 (65) d Kanvia Leeor 0.1 (1); Keith 5.3 (33) d Padthaway/Lucindale 0.1 (1); Mundulla 10.6 (66) d Border Districts 0.0 (0)
NETBALL A GRADE Border Districts 62 (E. Hausler, K, Cother) d Mundulla 49 (B. Marra, C. Fromm); Kaniva Leeor 44 (C. Feder, E. Bennett) d Kybybolite 39 (V. Mould, C. Bull); Keith 78 (A. Schrieber, E. Gilbert) d Padthaway 26 (C. Cox, K. Moyle-Read); Penola 63 (B. Edwards, A. Winter) d Kingston 43 (T. Harding, N. Pink); Naracoorte 58 (K. Mott, G. Nolan) d Lucindale 40 (S. Logan, S. Hentschel).
A RESERVE Mundulla 43 (K. Scown, A. Modra) d Border Districts 39 (M. Jordan, O. Crabtree); Kybybolite 55 d Kaniva Leeor 44 (T. Vivian, R. Clayton); Keith 53 (B. Clark, S. Smith) d Padthaway 21 (R. Kirkham, E. Longbottom); Penola 52 (H. Klemm, K. Moore) d Kingston 30 (G. Mills, K. Downward); Naracoorte 41 (K. Moore, S. Hentschke) d Lucindale 31 (V. Clarke, J. Ferguson).
B GRADE Border Districts 62 (B. Sambell, D. Moore) d Mundulla 46 (R. Colwill, A. Obst); Kaniva Leeor 42 (E. Hodges, T. Chaston) d Kybybolite 32 (E. Sandercock, F. Sltoegraaf); Keith 66 (K. Braun, C. Jones) d Padthaway 7 (Z. Simpson, J. Kakoschke); Penola 72 (S. Walker, M. Gartner) d Kingston 41 (K. Schaefer, A. Stenner); Naracoorte 39 (B. Henschke, V. Kavanagh) d Lucindale 22 (N. Bedworth, R Savage).
C GRADE Mundulla 59 (N. Horne, T. Grosser) d Border Districts 22 (C. Pretlove, S. Thomas); Kybybolite 41 (A. McDonald, S. Hateley) d Kaniva Leeor 36 (P. Gordon, K. Hawker); Keith 67 (E. Crafter, D. DeBarro) d Padthaway 25 (M. Moyle-Read, Y. Fisher); Penola 48 (J. McIntyre, S. Dereveux) d Kingston 20 (K. Watson, C. Drabsch); Lucindale 32 (L. Smith, C. Ryan) d Naracoorte 31 (M. Apor, E. Hill).
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East Gambier 10.9 (69) d South Gambier 8.8 (56); Millicent 12.3 (75) d West Gambier 8.6 (54); North Gambier 7.6 (48) d Casterton Sandford 5.6 (36).
UNDER 17 West Gambier 11.14 (80) d Millicent 2.1 (13); Casterton Sandford 7.4 (46) d North Gambier 6.8 (44); South Gambier 4.6 (30) d East Gambier 2.11 (23).
UNDER 15 South Gambier 11.10 (76) d East Gambier 3.2 (20); Millicent 14.3 (87) d West Gambier 4.3 (27); North Gambier 7.5 (47) d Casterton Sandford 2.1 (13).
UNDER 13 South Gambier 7.9 (51) s East Gambier 1.0 (6); Milliceny 10.4 (64) d West Gambier 1.1 (7)
NETBALL A GRADE East Gambier 62 (T. Gray, B. McKay) d South Gambier 47 (M. Markiewicz, A. Mourbey); North Gambier 66 (A. O’Shaughnessy, C. Davey) d Casterton Sandford 50 (T. Perry, N. Rhook); Millicent 69 (N. Allen, A. Walker) d West Gambier 58 (T. Earl, L. McGregor)
Kalangadoo 93 (K. Egan, J. Opie) d Kongorong 37 (A. Anderson, T. Sanderson); Tantanoola 49 (S. Little, L. Pratt) d Nangwarry 29 (C. Ploenges, D. Gray); Mt Burr 58 (A. Guyett, L. Schultz) d Robe51 (K. Venn, H. Perkisn); Hatherleigh 64 (K. Green, A. Brooks) d Port MacDonnell 50 (K. Carrison, N. Lewis).
A RESERVE Kalangadoo 57 (N. Ryan, A. Paterson) d Kongorong 30 (S. Pulkkinen, S. Scheidl); Robe 76 (J. Nunan, A. Dutton) d Mt Burr 35 (S. Lowndes, S. Westerman); Port MacDonnell 53 (S. Morgan, B. Hawkins) d Hatherleigh 52 (S. Haines, E. Laucirica).
B GRADE Kalangadoo 55 (L. Mules, S. Durbridge) d Kongorong 41 (J. Von Stanke, D. Haris); Tantanoola 58 d Nangwarry 53 (J. Disselbach, L. McKeon); Robe 64 (T. Allwright, K. Wilks) d Mt Burr 38 (B. Buwalda, K. Crauford); Port MacDonnell 55 (F. Scott, B. Williams) d Hatherleigh 21 (E. Stuckey, N. Thomas)
B RESERVE Kongorong 50 (C. Sheltin, E. Benny) d Kalangadoo 38 (M. Borden, C. Crouch); Tantanoola 72 d Nangwarry 24 (S. Judd, M. Blanck); Robe 36 (H. Allwright, T. Madeley) d Mt Burr 20 (H. Fraer, C. Steeth); Hatherleigh 37 (D. Loveday, E. Webber) d Port MacDonnell 33 (P. Lomas, T. Jacob).
17 & UNDER Kalangadoo 73 (I. Giddings, G. Duncan) d Kongorong 23 (T. Evans, T. Jennings); Robe 65 (D. Carter, C. Venn) d Mt Burr 31 (C. Corman, C. Handford); Hatherleigh 51 (M. Smith, C. Futcher) d Port MacDonnell 31 (J. Davis, H. Iasaacson)
15 & UNDER Kongorong 49 (B. Allen, S, Modra) d Kalangadoo 32 (C. Croser, A. Attenborough); Robe 49 (K. Nunan, S. Kokiousis) d Mt Burr 38 (L. Bowering, M. Butler); Hatherleigh 49 (M. Gray, M. Pulmer) d Port macDonell 41 (S. Lomas, K. Smith).
13 & UNDER Kalangadoo 49 (E. Mulraney, S. Varcoe) d Kongorong 19 (M. Kilsby, E. Curtis); Nangwarry 23 (G. Johns, S. Harwood) d Tantanoola 18; Mt Burr 90 (A. Smith-Muhovics, H. Vanderhorst) d Robe 5 (S. Hurst, A. Gage); Hatherleigh 54 (S. Seer, I. Marshall) d Port MacDonnell 20 (H. Collins, M. Rossgregor)
Border Districts 63 (E. Hausler, M. Gabbe) d Mundulla 31 (K. Knauerhase, S. Kennett); Penola 61 (G. Robbie, A. Pfitzner) d Kingston 39 (E. Peters, A. Stargatt).
A RESERVE East Gambier 55 (K. Zvirgzdins, T. Gray) d South Gambier 44 (N. Mullen, T. Sims); Casterton Sandford 55 (R. Newell, T. Cleary) d North Gambier 49 (A. Bryan, A. Flett); Millicent 52 (.I Turner, J. Bowman) d West Gambier 45 (S. Cummins, L. Holmes)
B GRADE East Gambier 49 (L. Pratt, O. Coote) d South Gambier 39 (T. Watts, M. Harvey); Casterton Sandford 46 (A. McDonald, P. Cameron) d North Gambier 34 (C. McCourt, L. Westhorpe); West Gambier 42 (R. Humphries, K. Dolan) d Millicent 40 (M. Gibson, J. Cushion)
C GRADE South Gambier 43 (J. O’Neil, A. Buckell) d East Gambier 27 (E. Thompson, D. Waters); North Gambier 34 (B. Willoughby, S. McInerney) d Casterton Sandford 27 (R Stephens, M. Kurzman); West Gambier 53 (K. Dawe, H. Bartolo) d Millicent 32 (K. Werchon, B. Shanks)
17 & UNDER East Gambier 57 (A. Gersghty, B. McKay) d South Gambier 29 (I. Walker, Z. Duncan); North Gambier 61 (B. Young, S. Flett) d Casterton Sandford 23 (A. Humphries, E. Humphries); Millicent 43 (K. Lynch, M. Varcoe) d West Gambier 33 (M. Kipping, G. Jarnevic)
15 & UNDER A East Gambier 34 (M. Freeman, T. Bosko) d South Gambier 13 (E. Galluccio, M. Winterfield); North Gambier 77 (S. Ellis, L. Willoughby) d Casterton Sandford 18 (M. Rice, M. Mutch); Millicent 48 (N. Allen, I. Turner) d West Gambier 38 (G. Monkley, H. Witherow)
15 & UNDER B East Gambier 33 (S. Kentish, N. Smith) d South Gambier 29 (E. Botha, I. Morale); North Gamier 44 (E. Silvy, A. Circelli) d Casterton Sandford 21 (L. Kerr, M. Elsahug-Betson).
13 & UNDER A South Gambier 29 (G. Ryan, S. Boston) d East Gambier 15 (J. Freeman, J. Hutchesson); North Gambier 28 (C. Bruhn, S. Nulty) d Casterton Sandford 25 (C. Galpin, C. Humphries); Millicent 60 (P. Nitschke, H. Nitschke) d West Gambier 27 (E. Dawe, B. Kuller).r)
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15 & UNDER A
South Gambier 45 (A. Duncan, M. Reid) d East Gambier 17 (R. Perryman, A. Bosko); Casterton Sandford 26 (M. Cookson, M. Robinson) d North Gambier 3 (M. Versace, A. Armitage); Millicent 34 (O. Dean, C. Pratt) d West Gambier 30 (S. Ritter, C. Duryea).
Mundulla 63 (T. Thorpe, K. Lock) d Border Districts 37 (L. Pfitzner, S. Batchelor); Kybybolite 59 (V. Ross) d Kanvia Leeor 44 (K. Hawker, Z. Hawker); Penola 54 (E. Gordon, L. Butler) d Kingston 14 (S. Haggett, H. Schinckel); Naracoorte 70 (I. Stokie, B. Harris) d Lucindale 11 (A. Dellaney, C. Smith)
15 & UNDER B Mundulla 20 d Border Districts 0; Kybybolite 48 (A. O’Shaughnessy, M. Nolan) d Kaniva leeor 19 (J. Hawker, S. Kuchel).
13 & UNDER A Border Districts 30 (M. Pretlove, A. Michelmore) d Mundulla 10 (K. Selkrig, L. Steer); Kybybolite 38 (E. Leehane, L. Sambell) d Kaniva Leeor 20 (C. Dodson, E. Williams); Padthaway 56 (P. Moyle-Read, I. Venables) d keith 40 (M. Makin, R. O’Neil); Penola 54 (A. Pollard, G. Winter) d Kingston 47 (J. Holmes, E Watson); Lucindale 42 (E. Gould, G. Bittner) d Naracoorte 22 (S. Gibbs, G. Collins).
13 & UNDER B Mundulla 20 d Border Districts 10; Kybybolite 18 d Kaniva Leeor (E. Vivian, V. Verrall); Keith 25 (D. Martin) d Padthaway 5 (J. Elsworthy, K. Venables); Lucindale 15 (T. Ryan, M. Thompson) d Naracoorte 14 (E. Foster, M. Walker).
Above (left) - Hatherleigh’s Cody Manning in full flight. Above (right) Port MacDonnell youngster Ruby Moody was all smiles despite the fog and a taller opponent. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE. lifestyle1.net | 42
Left - Former West Gambier and AFl star Mark Yeates was the special guest at the weekend’s President’s Luncheon at South Gambier, hosted by club president Leigh Winterfield (right). PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.
Local Sport KARATE SUCCESS FOR FROST FAMILY
HAMPDEN FNL - A GRADE Portland 2.4 2.5 5.7 10.8 (68) Port Fairy 3.3 4.5 8.6 8.7 (55) Goals - Portland: J. Murray 4; A. Shepherd 2; S. Davis, K. Anso, K. Taylor, R. Egan. Port Fairy: D. Herbertson 3; G. Phelps 2; J. hetherington, S. Crow, K Mercovich. Best - Portland: J. Andres, A. Shepherd, J. Murray, N. Haylock, B. Malcolm, D. Jackson. Port Fairy: S. Ridolph, K. Mercovich, L. Howarth, C. Harwood, I. Martin, D. Herbertson. Koroit 7.5 13.10 15.14 24.16 (160) Hamilton Kangaroos 0.2 1.4 1.9 4.11 (35) Goals - Koroit: M. Darmody 7; M. Darmody, W. Couch, I. Templeton 3; I. Harrington, E. Zimmer 2; A. Templeton, T. Zimmer, J. North, C. McLaren. Hamilton Kangaroos: J. Pertzel, A. Noske, T. Scott, H. Waldron. Best - Koroit: B. Harrington, M. Darmody, D. Mooney, D. Harrington, E. Zimmer, B. Walsh. Hamilton Kangaroos: A. Gilligan, H. Waldron, R. Sigley, T. Scott, S. Barnes, A. Hoske.
NETBALL A GRADE Koroit 55 d Hamilton Kangaroos 35 (A. McDonald, E. Kermeen); Port Fairy 51 d Portland 43
SWDFL - A GRADE Westerns 4.3 7.8 10.12 15.15 (105) Heathmere 4.2 8.3 10.7 11.8 (74) Goals - Westerns: B. Clark, E. Blacksell 3; H. Merryfull, T. Rogers 2; C. Anson, M. England, B. Cook, E. Magann. Heathmere: M. Wilson 4; B. England 3; W. Malseed 2; J. Stanford, M. Riddell. Best - Westerns: E. Blacksell, M. England, E. Magann, J. Vartlett, B. Clark, A. Buchanan. Heathmere: M. Payne, J. Stanford, W. Kerrins, R. Patterson, B. Wilson, S. Johnson. Dartmoor 2.2 7.2 8.5 13.7 (85) Coleraine 1.2 3.7 7.11 10.11 (71) Goals - Dartmoor: J. McCrae 6; Z. Michau 3; C. Howlett 2; J. Polaski, M. Bull. Coleraine: D. Russell 3; L. Povey, A. Richardson 2; J. Brown, J. Shaw, D. Miller.Best - Dartmoor: J. Polaski, C. Howlett, K. Smith, Z. Howlett, L. Polaski, J. McCrae. Coleraine: J. Eats, D. Russell, I. Povey, S. Brody, J. Brown, K. Rowland. Branxholme-Wallacedale 0.3 3.8 6.11 11.13 (79) Heywood 1.5 5.5 7.8 9.8 (62) Goals - Branx-Wallace: N. Stewart 3; T. Lambevski, M. Day 2; M. Lambevski, L. Ewing, S. Walsh-Bannam, T. Cogger. Heywood: J. Bell 6; O. Rickard 2; T. Lovett-Murray. Best - Branx-Wallace: S. Millard, M. Lambevski, N. Ross, E. Nabders, L. Ewing, T. Lambevski, Heywood: J. Imbi, B. Martin, O. Rockard, J. Ferguson, C. Mizzi, T. Lovett-Murray. Tyrendarra 2.2 9.2 12.7 14.13 (97) Cavendish 1.3 4.4 6.4 7.6 (48) Goals - Tynredarra: T. Vaughan 4; T. O’Connell, D. Barr 3; J. Mirtschin 2; S. Clark, C. Woolford. Cavendish: R. McNaughton, P. Sherlock 2; S. White, I. Watt, L. Crawford. Best - Tyrendarra: J. Mirtschin, S. Clark, R. Williams, T. Harper, C. Woodford, S. Rhodes. Cavendish: M. Uebergang, D. Fisher, L. Crawford, J. Wevster, J. Kearney, B. Cameron.
MGNA - A GRADE A GRADE Seishikan Karate students have returned from the Kobe Osaka karate tournament in Melbourne with another medal haul. Lauren, Bradley and Chelsea Frost were the successful students.
Intruders 50 (K. Millard, C. Perryman) d Zodoacs 42 (T. Hutchesson, J. Lucas); Hobitz 67 (R. Henke, L. Humphries) d Vicis 63 (C. Jones, C. Treacey).
SEABL PIONEERS RETURN TO WINNERS LIST
Above (top) - Silver medallist Chelsea Frost (left).
Mount Gambier Pioneers 105 (T. Daly 25; B. Hill 17; D. Simmons, T. Lee, E. Burdon 14) d North West Tasmania 80. See our facebook page for all the week’s local basketball results
Above (left) - Bronze medallist Bradley Frost (right). Above (right) - Silver medallist Lauren Frost (left).
CASTERTON RAIDER TAKES ASSOCIATION TITLE HOME The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association has had another break from its pennant rounds, holding the Commercial Club Handicap Mixed Open Singles Championship last Thursday night. The Commercial Club Handicap Mixed Open Singles Championship was contested with a magnificent 53 entries, of which five travelled from Casterton to compete, with one visitor taking the title home. The first semi final saw the husband and wife battle of Brian Murrell and Vicki Murrell, from Casterton, be a little one sided with Brian defeating his wife Vicki (-3) 13 shots to 2. The second semi final had Craig Pearson (Post-Tel) (-3) be beaten by Tony Bowditch (Glenburnie) (-3) who won by 8 lifestyle1.net | 43
Above (top) - Port MacDonnell’s Will MacDonald in full flight. Above - Daron McElroy looks to mark during MSEFL A Grade action at the weekend. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE.
shots to 2. The final then saw Tony and Brian go head to head and Brian’s form continued with Tony having the handicap of three shots and Brian with none. This seemed to be the factor to keep him one bowl ahead of Tony finishing the last end by a margin of just the handicap to defeat him and become the 2016 Commercial Club Handicap Mixed Open Singles Champion, winning 8 shots to 5. making the trip from Casterton worthwhile and making him the second Casterton visitor to win this championship in the past three years. The Consolation semi-finals had Gary Bowering (Saints) defeat Veronica Opie (Saints) 7 shots to 4 and Geoff Collins (Commercial Club) defeat Chris Carn (RSL
& District) 11 shots to 1. The Consolation final was taken out by Gary Bowering, who defeated Geoff Collins 5 shots to 4, after drawing the shot with his last to win. Left - 2016 Commercial Club Handicap Mixed Open Singles finalists - Geoff Collins, Brian Murrell, Tony Bowditch and Gary Bowering.
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PORT FAIRY BEACHFRONT - Luxury house with fantastic ocean views. 3 bedroom, spa, Foxtel. Ph 0448 652 586. www.alohaholiday.net F ------------------------------------------
BOILER MAKER We are seeking a qualified welder to work in our workshop. This will involve a variety of work. Duties will include: • Welding and fabrication • Modifications and general repairs to log trailers and forestry equipment • May involve some travel to worksites but will mainly be in workshop The ideal candidate will need to: • Be a qualified boiler maker and competent in Mig and Tig welding • General lathe experience would be an advantage • Be able to work unsupervised and as a part of a team • Have excellent attention to detail and take pride in their workmanship • Be capable of handling a challenge with good problem solving skills • Be self-motivated • Have a current driver’s licence • Forklift licence will be an advantage This position is full-time with overtime available including Saturdays as required Above award wages For further information call the office on 08 8725 0656 To apply for this position please send a resume to:
MORELAND HOLDINGS PO Box 2138, Mount Gambier, SA 5290 Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax (08)8723 0309
POSITIONS VACANT B-DOUBLE LOG TRUCK DRIVERS
PORT MACDONNELL NEAR NEW holiday home. 3 bedrooms, 2 living areas & outdoor entertaining area. Sleeps 8. 50m to popular wool wash beach, ocean glimpses. Ph: 0417 810 246 643 ------------------------------------------
NELL’S COLLECTABLES; An Aladdin’s cave of beautiful treasures. Shop 6 68 Gray St Mt Gambier T 08 8723 5255 OL-634 ------------------------------------------
CLEARING SALE Apsley (124 Griﬃns Rd) Thursday 16th June at 11.30am (Vic time), Property sold Farming & Grazing Plant & Sundries, House-hold & eﬀects. Full details farmclearingsales. com.au Cash at sale P.P.H.S. Naracoorte. Trevor 0418 838 195. 634 ------------------------------------------
BUSINESS FOR SALE
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. $99,950. Phone Diana Edwards on 0417 888 624 for further details. F ------------------------------------------
ROBE BEACHFRONT - Two storey homes on main beach. 4 bedrooms, amazing views. Ph 0448 652 586. www. alohaholiday.net F ------------------------------------------
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. Closed Tuesday, open every other day 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. 631 ------------------------------------------
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 ------------------------------------------
CLARICE BECKETT Art Award. Opening Fri 10 June at 6.00 pm, refreshments, $10 entry. Exhibition 11 & 12 June, 9.30 till 4, gold coin entry. Casterton Bowling Club, Murray Street, Casterton, VIC. Enquiries: Sharyn 0434 057 786. OL-634 ------------------------------------------
WORK WANTED Brick, stone, paving small or large jobs. Will Travel. License BLD231035. Ph: 0418 838 684 or 8725 7952. 639 ------------------------------------------
DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W ------------------------------------------
16 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST, MT GAMBIER
PHONE (08) 8725 7582
FLOWERS silk or fresh, $7.50 $200.00 at Lennons Food Market, 34 Lake Terrace East, Mt Gambier. Ph 08 8725 7952 for orders for funeral casket sprays, also wreaths, sheafs, weddings, debuts posy and buttonholes, baby born boxes, ﬂoral gift baskets. Graveside care, do it yourself wedding lessons, fun classes. Qualiﬁed cert 3 Adelaide ﬂorist. 639 ------------------------------------------
FIRST LIGHT YOGA – stretch & strengthen gently & calmly. $10. Qualiﬁed instructor – Julia 0429 094 434. 641 ------------------------------------------
HOME & GARDEN
GUTTER and down pipes cleaned from $60. Phil and Deb’s Garden Care Plus ph: 0429 012 990. OL-636 ------------------------------------------
FLAT-TOP HYDRAULIC TIPPING TRAILERS 10’ x 6’ x 20” removeable sides. Brand New GVM 3000kg Tare 1000kg Load 2000kg. HEAVY DUTY Frames/ axles/new light truck tyres. Japanese Bearings/Electric Brakes with breakaway unit. UNBEATABLE VALUE, 2 ONLY in Stock. $8,450 inc GST. Ready to register. Made in Casterton. Phone 0478 001 519. OL-635 ------------------------------------------
2010 XR 6, red, in immaculate condition inside and out, only 99,000km, registered til July XUV-765 $16,990 Ph 0421 443 787. D -----------------------------------------DAIHATSU FEROZA; manual; 5 speed; extractors; lift kit; big tyres with heaps of tread; lots of extras; low kilometres, Reg S576-AAV $5,200 ono. Phone 0431 749 912. 637 ------------------------------------------
PETS & LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE Indian ringnecks, various colours. Ph 0488 055 327. 636 ------------------------------------------
FOR SALE - Male Whippet pup. Born 5/3/2016. Striking brindle colour. Vaccinated, micro-chipped, wormed. $450. Ph 0488 994 244. OL-635 -----------------------------------------LAYING HEN pullets 12wo $15ea peacock peahen $150ea Echo Farm 8725 1482 OL-634 ------------------------------------------
PETS & LIVESTOCK
PET SITTER AVAILABLE to mind your beloved pets/poultry. Your home/ours. Competitive rates. Collecting bins/mail/ watering plants. Ph: 08 8725 7952 or 0400 391 712. 639 ------------------------------------------
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 ------------------------------------------
FOR RENT short/long term rental. Mount Gambier venue, wedding, functions, seminars. $25O per day. Ph: 0418 838 684. 639 ------------------------------------------
SIZE TO SUIT, prices vary from $15 per week. Central Mt Gambier location. Ph 0400 391 712. 639 ------------------------------------------
TRADES & SERVICES
FOR HIRE airless paint sprayers and line markers. Selling Atomex spray painting equipment, C.J Airless Spray 0427 838 742 OL-635 -----------------------------------------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 ------------------------------------------
TRUCK DUAL CAB Mazda 1990 with pantech. Fully set up for speedway all inclusive $8,500 O.N.O. Reg VLA 141 Ph 0428 266 289. 633 ------------------------------------------
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 -----------------------------------------WANTED VINYL RECORDS, LP’s and 45 RPM singles. Mostly seeking material from 60’s to 90’s. Cash paid. Phone Simon 0419 839 838. 620 ------------------------------------------
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 ------------------------------------------
Due to expansion within the company we have positions available for B-Double Log Truck Drivers. These positions involve the delivery of logs to various mills in the Green Triangle area. Must have current B-Double licence or be eligible to upgrade. We have full-time positions available and we also have a part-time/casual position available. All positions have excellent wages and conditions.
TRACKSIDE PET MEATS FRESH DAILY & PRESERVATIVE FREE
To apply please send a resume to: MORELAND HOLDINGS PO Box 2138, Mount Gambier, SA 5290 Or email: email@example.com lifestyle1.net | 44
DIABETES CHANGES AFOOT People with diabetes across south-west Victoria will be facing new restrictions in how they access their supplies. From July 1 National Diabetes Services Scheme products will be supplied only to community pharmacies that are NDSS Access Points. And people with type 2 diabetes but not using insulin will need to consult a doctor or credentialed diabetes educator every six months to ensure ongoing supplies of blood glucose test strips, except if required according to clinical need. Warrnambool-based credentialed diabetes educator Ann Morris, from Amcon Diabetes Management Services and the Diabetes Resource Centre Inc, said the changes could have a big impact on local people. Most Warrnambool pharmacies are access points, however Mrs Morris said there was potential for the system to become more difficult for some people, depending on their access to an accredited pharmacy. “People living in smaller towns will need to review what outlets will be available to them,” Mrs Morris said. In Warrnambool people who have been able to access supplies from South West Healthcare will no longer be able to do so as this will no longer be an access point after July 1. There are a raft of other changes that Mrs Morris encourages all diabetes sufferers to become familiar with ahead of the July 1 deadline.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Located just 5km outside of Millicent SA, National award winning full-blood Wagyu Beef producer Mayura Station is a progressive vertically integrated beef producer, with its ‘paddock to plate’ operation supplying premium Full-blood Wagyu boxed beef both domestically and internationally utilising cutting edge practices and quality equipment from modern facilities. The business encompasses one of Australia’s largest Full-blood Wagyu breeding herds, a large scale intensive cropping and fodder production enterprise and a best-practise grain-feeding facility. Due to business expansion the following vacancies exist for professional, enthusiastic, motivated people to become part of a strong team environment with opportunity for career advancement. Fixed Asset & Maintenance Coordinator – FLH5 Mayura Station’s fixed asset inventory is extensive requiring regular programmed maintenance to keep our business operating at optimum levels. The expertise and skill base of the Fixed Asset & Maintenance Coordinator is a highly collaborative and integrated position. The successful applicant will be largely self-managed and is required to possess the following attributes: • General knowledge and working experience in fixed assets maintenance, including scheduling, regulations and codes that apply to plant and structures; • General building / carpentry skills (trade qualification advantageous); • Welding / sheet metal competence (trade qualification advantageous); • Strong planning and problem solving skills; and • Sound WHS knowledge and practices.
Assistant, Cropping & Fodder Operations – FLH 4 – 5
Feedlot Assistant – FLH4
Our intensive cropping and fodder program utilises modern equipment with sub inch accuracy GPS auto-steer technology combined with land development to improve productivity. In addition to Winter and Summer silage crops, Mayura Station grows wheat, broad beans, oats and Lucerne for hay.
Our grain-feeding operations include both an innovative semi-automated undercover Japanese inspired facility and free range grain-feeding. Our facilities and equipment are modern and of a high quality standard with the purpose of producing and marketing our premium Fullblood Wagyu boxed beef.
The successful applicant should have demonstrated experience and an eagerness to continue to learn and grow in the following areas:
The successful applicant will have experience or demonstrate an eagerness to learn in the following areas:
• Broad based agriculture expertise;
• Agriculture experience in a feedlot environment;
• Strong planning and scheduling capabilities;
General Farming Operations Assistant – FLH3 The role of General Farming Operations Assistant is exposed to the breadth of operations carried out at Mayura Station. The successful applicant will be required to work across a variety of farming disciplines moving between Coordinators. Applicants with the following attributes are encouraged to apply: • Broad based agriculture knowledge and expertise; • Operation and maintenance of machinery & heavy plant;
• Demonstrated people and time management skills from the work team through to the contractor;
• Operation and maintenance of machinery & heavy plant; • Hold a current Heavy Vehicle (HR) license;
• Agronomy experience is an advantage;
• Operation and maintenance of machinery & heavy plant;
• Livestock husbandry to industry standards;
• Chemical handling including record keeping and compliance;
• Cropping, hay & silage production;
• Livestock nutrition including recording and monitoring; and
• Willingness to learn agronomy skills;
• Sound WHS knowledge and practices.
• Chemical handling including record keeping and compliance; and • Sound WHS knowledge and practices.
• Cropping, hay & silage production;
• Livestock husbandry & AI practise to industry standards; • Livestock nutrition including recording and monitoring; • Sound WHS knowledge and practices.
Remuneration package is negotiable depending on experience. Housing, with school bus access, may be available for the successful applicant. Written applications, including a copy of your resume, covering letter addressing each of the dot points listed above, and the de Bruin Group Application for Employment Form are to be received no later than: 5.00pm Friday 10 June 2016 To obtain a copy of the Position Description and the de Bruin Group Application Form please visit the ‘career opportunities’ section on the de Bruin Group web site - www.debruingroup.com.au Applications are to be sent via email or post as follows: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Post: The Human Resources Manager, de Bruin Group, PO Box 52 - Mount Gambier SA 5290
AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION
AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION RTA AU00524
Joe D’Agostino & Associates
YOUR LOCAL ADULT RETAILER Spice up your life and find something to tantilize Monday & Tuesday: 9am-6pm Wednesday - Saturday: 9am-10pm Sunday: 10am - 6pm
Chartered Accountants Specialists in Tax & Business Advice
Refrigeration & Airconditioning Pty Ltd Installation, Maintenance, Service and Repair AIRCONDITIONING • Split Systems All Brands • Reverse Cycle Ducted Airconditioning • Central Gas Ducted Heating
Discreet parking & entrance at the back of the shop 127 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier SA
Phone: 08 8725 0711 7 Penola Road, Mount Gambier SA Email: email@example.com Website: www.joedagostino.com.au
Ph 08 8723 2375 ANIMAL CARE
REFRIGERATION • Cool Rooms • Freezer Rooms • Display Cabinets • Ice Machines • All Commercial Refrigeration
Servicing the Limestone Coast
Kerry’s Dog Grooming Service Need your dog pampered? Clipping/Grooming Hydrobath|Defleaing|Nails Ear Cleaning
BRENDAN 0406 876 176 DANIEL 0439 900 326 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Breeder of Shetland Sheep Dogs
Over 25 years experience BLD 268227
ABN 42 606 250 060
345 COMMERCIAL STREET WEST MOUNT GAMBIER
13 Worrolong Rd, Mount Gambier (1/2km from Marketplace) Ph 08 8723 3327 or 0429 133 858
MRC - TV ANTENNAS Contact
MURRAY 0418 819 676 email@example.com
• Electrolysis/Face & Body moval) (permenant hair removal) dy • Waxing/Face & Body ansi nsing ingg • Facials & Deep Cleansing es • Manicures/Pedicures • Lash & Brow Tinting • Ear Candling • Foot Spa Detox
Phone - (08) 8725 3340 BOARDING KENNEL
BOBCAT & LANDSCAPING
P&P Mini Excavations
BOARDING KENNEL AND CATTERY
Bobcat /1.5 ton vibrating roller Driveways - New and Repairs Hot Mix & Two Coat Seal
INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Site Preparation & Levelling Concrete Curbing Landscaping & Earthworks
Find us on Facebook
Springs Road, Glencoe
BUILDING & RENOVATIONS
BUILDING AND PLUMBING
Quality pre-loved books 95 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier & 75 Henty Street Casterton
0488 440 422
Phone Barry on 0487 517 699 www.edgingforgarden.com.au
CARTRIDGES & PRINTERS
Stylish CABINETS FOR ALL YOUR CABINETRY REQUIREMENTS STEPHEN YOUNG 0428 603 903
Free measure and quotes in the South East and Western Victoria
CARAVAN SALES & SERVICE Caravan & Trailer Repairs Including boat trailers and horse floats Lights, Wheel Bearings, Brakes 250 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier Ph (08) 8725 2826 sales firstname.lastname@example.org www.donehuesleisure.com.au ww
Repairs omputer ailable TPOS av Ferg’s C Mobile EF e ic liable serv Prompt ret Gambier to M s ea nding ar & surrou
• On site service • Install & upgrade • Hardware/software • Setup office network • Anti-Virus software • Custom built computer • No fix, no pay • Competitive hourly rate
• Quality individual & personalised dentures • Over 30 years experience • Prompt same day repairs & relines • Metal partial dentures, Mouthguards
Damien Ferguson - 0407 438 461 ELECTRICAL
• After hours appointments EXHAUST SYSTEMS
NARI DRY CLEANERS just drive thru... • DRY CLEANING • COMMERCIAL LINEN SERVICE • DRIVE THRU
CATHY & RICKIE PHONE HONE ON 08 8725 2 2979 MOBILE 0473 507 464 46
2 FERRERS STREET MOUNT GAMBIER
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ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING
LOCAL TRADESMAN WITH OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
• OUTBACK PATIOS • ROOFING:
The Coastal Express T
CGI & Superdek
BLD241370 & RTA - AU27791
Door to Door Daily Service!
• FLASHINGS: Maximum 8m Lengths PHONE LYNTON 0402 615 746
Mount Gambier - Millicent - Southend - B Beachport - Robe - Kingston
0408 0 408 8 838 38 0 027 27
• PURLINS: C & Z Sections
• FENCING • AMBIENT BLINDS • FASCIA & GUTTER • GARDEN SHEDS • GARAGES • HARDWARE
2 Pyne Close, Mount Gambier www.stratco.com.au MECHANICAL
0423 355 722 HEALING
PAINTER & DECORATOR
For all your hairdressing needs call Ainslie Lamb on
P 08 8723 8989 F 08 8725 1102
Premium artifical grass happygrass.com.au
8725 5002 or follow us on Facebook METAL
Mount Gambier SA
Good, honest service
Ph 0417 859 435
P: 8723 5222 M: 0408 235 221
A/H 08 8725 2877
2 Law Street, Mount Gambier PARTY HIRE
PAINTING AND DECORATING
POOLS, SPAS & SWIM SPAS
INTERIOR & EXTERIOR • RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL • NEW & EXISTING HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING • ROOF SPRAYING • WALL PAPERING PLUMBING AND GAS
LEISURE - Service Pumps & Filters - Chemicals, Spare Parts - Water balancing
Free Water Testing Done 250 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier Ph (08) 8725 2826 TRAINING
More than just a shed Engineered building solutions for Agriculture, Intensive Farming, and Industrial applications.
1300 234 321 www.spanlift.com.au STONEMASON/BRICKLAYER
BRICKLAYER STONEMASON • Bricklaying • Random Stonework • Paving •Concreting • Extensions & Repairs • No obligation quotes
B.L. R18 R 8917
SUPER FUND SERVICES
Phone Rodney Tobin on 0438 257 374 or 08 8725 7374
P 08 8723 8989 F 08 8725 1102
2 Pyne Close, Mount Gambier www.stratco.com.au
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SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Who Is Clark Rockefeller (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 8.00 Highway Patrol 8.30 T.B.A. 10.30 Air Crash Invesgaons 11.30 T.B.A. 12.40 Grey’s Anatony 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today
TEN SA 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 The Home Team 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 The Project - Encore
7 MATE 4.30 American Restoraon 5.30 American Pickers 6.30 Mythbusters 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 Ink Master 10.15 America’s Hardest Prisons 11.30 Operaon Repo 12.00 American Restoraon 1.00 Doomsday Castle SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie United (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 2016 Season: Round 12 (Live): Essendon v Hawthorn 10.30 Friday Front Bar 11.00 Olympians 11.30 T.B.A. 1.20 Harry’s Pracce 2.00 T.B.A.
SEVEN SA 6.00 Saturday Disney 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show 12.00 Road to Rio 12.30 Olympians - Oﬀ The Record 1.00 T.B.A. 2.30 2016 AFL Season: Round 12: Port Adelaide v Western Bulldogs 5.30 Out of The Blue 6.00 Seven News 7.00 2016 AFL Season Round 12 (Live) West Coast v Adelaide 10.00 Movie: Aer Earth (M) 12.00 Desperate Housewives 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 It Is Wrien
TEN SA 6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 New Creaon Church 7.30 Joel Osteen 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday 11.00 What’s Up Down Under - Encore 11.30 Netball: ANZ Championship 1.30 Everyday Gourmet 2.00 Judge Judy 2.30 Oﬀroad Adventure Show 3.00 I Fish 3.30 RPM GP 4.00 RPM 5.00 TEN News at Five 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Modern Family 7.30 MasterChef Australia 9.00 Movie: Red 2 (M) 11.20 The Graham Norton Show 12.20 48 Hours
7 MATE 1.30 Prospectors 2.30 Abandoned 3.30 Bid and Destroy 4.30 Wipeout USA 5.30 T.B.A. 7.00 Movie: Need For Speed (PG) 9.40 Movie: Terminator Salvaon (M) 12.10 Jail 12.30 Eagle Vision 1.00 Zero Hour 3.00 Danger 4.00 2015 Pro Bull Riding Tour
ELEVEN 4.00 King Of Queens 5.00 T.B.A. 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Snog Marry Avoid? 7.50 How I Met Your Mother 8.20 The Simpsons 8.50 Movie: Dodgeball (M) 11.50 Don’t Trust The B**** in Apartment 23
ABC 1 6.00 rage 11.45 Reality Check 12.20 Two Men In China 1.20 Broadchurch 2.05 Anques Roadshow 3.05 Tony Robinson’s Time Walks: Adelaide 3.35 Animal Super Senses 4.30 Landline 5.00 Midsomer Murders 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Father Brown: The Wrath of Baron Samdi 8.15 Indian Summers 9.05 The Doctor Blake Mysteries 10.05 Rake 11.05 8MMM 11.30 rage Programmer
ONE HD 5.00 Adventure Angler 5.30 Aenborough’s Planet Earth 6.30 Last Man Standing 7.30 Star Trek: The Next Generaon 8.30 The X-Files 9.30 Minority Report 10.30 Zoo 12.30 Bellator MMA
WIN SA 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Wide World of Sports 11.00 The Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 Footy SA 1.00 Subaru Full Cycle 1.30 Wild Life Of Tim Faulkner 2.00 T.B.A. 4.00 Wild China 5.00 News: First At Five 5.30 South Aussie With Cosi 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 60 Minutes 8.00 T.B.A. 10.00 Inside The World’s Toughest Prisons 11.00 Teens Behind Bars 12.00 Major Crimes 1.00 Step Dave
SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 World’s Most Expensive Stolen Painngs 3.10 The Dark Ages: An Age Of Light 4.20 Fit To Rule: How Royal Illness Changed History 5.30 Leers and Numbers 6.00 Food Safari 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Sugar Free Farm 8.30 Poh & Co. 9.00 Made In Italy With Silvia Colloca 9.30 Follow The Money 10.35 SBS World News Late 11.05 Bi-Curious Me 12.00 Movie: We Are What We Are
ABC 1 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Oﬀsiders 10.30 Australia Wide 11.00 The World This Week 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Landline 1.00 Gardening Aust. 1.30 The Mix 2.00 Skullbone Plains 2.45 Robyn Beeche: A Life Exposed 3.15 The Book Club 3.45 Australian Story 4.15 David Aenborough’s Rise of Animals 5.15 Father Brown 6.00 Surﬁng The Menu 6.30 Compass 7.00 ABC News Sunday 7.40 Grand Designs 8.30 Doctor Thorne 9.20 Death Comes To Pemberley 10.20 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL 10.50 Hiding 11.50 By Any Means 12.50 Whitechapel
ONE HD 5.00 What’s Up Down Under 5.30 I Fish 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 CSI: Cyber 8.30 Aenborough’sThe Death of Oceans? 9.30 Melbourne Comedy Fesval Supershow 11.30 Gilee World Sport 12.00 The Killing 1.00 RPM GP 1.30 RPM
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PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Who Is Clark Rockefeller (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away *Double Episode* 8.00 Highway Patrol 8.30 Rush Hour (M) *Season Premiere* 10.30 Air Crash Invesgaons 11.30 T.B.A. 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise
GO 4.05 Green Lantern 4.30 Batman 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 8.30 Mike & Molly 9.30 Mom 10.30 Anger Management 11.30 Two And A Half Men 12.00 Impraccal Jokers
ABC 1 SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 One 1.00 PBS Newshour Plus One 10.30 Catalyst 11.00 Wild Life At The Zoo 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 2.00 Much 150 3.00 The Point Review ABC News 1.00 Silk 2.00 Anques Roadshow 2.55 Kitchen Cabinet 3.25 3.30 Italy Unpacked 4.30 Who Do You Think The Bill 4.15 Murder, She Wrote You Are? 5.00 ABC News Early - Robert Lindsay 5.25 The Drum 5.30 Leers and Numbers 5.55 Anques Roadshow 6.00 Food Safari 7.00 ABC News 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 7.30 7.30 Angkor: The Kingdom With 8.00 Tony Robinson’s Time Feet of Clay Walks: Adelaide 8.30 The Missing Evidence: 8.30 Silent Witness 9/11: Secret Explosions 9.30 Broadchurch In The Tower 10.20 Lateline 9.30 Britain’s Ulmate Pilots 10.50 The Business 10.35 SBS World News Late 11.05 The Chaser’s Elecon Desk 11.05 Movie: Ages of Love (MA) 11.35 Adam Hills: The Last Leg
ONE HD 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 MacGyver 8.30 Walker, Texas Ranger 9.30 Movie: Born to Raise Hell (M) 11.30 Matlock 12.30 Home Shopping
WIN SA 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra - Saturday 12.00 The Investment Series 12.30 Wild Life of Tim Faulkner 1.00 Fishing Australia 1.30 Surﬁng Australia TV 2.00 WIN Presents 2.15 The Aernoon Movie Jumping The Broom (PG) 4.30 Love Shack 5.00 News: First at Five 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 The Voice 10.40 T.B.A. 12.40 Movie: The Rite (M) 2.45 Movie: Every Lile Step (M)
ELEVEN 11.35 Neighbours 2.05 Cristela 2.35 TBA 8.30 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 Sex And The City 11.30 The Loop 2.00 Neighbours - Encore
ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 Australian Story 10.30 Foreign Correspondent 11.00 The Dreamhouse 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News At Noon 1.00 Silk 1.55 Anques Roadshow 2.55 The Cook And The Chef 3.25 The Bill 4.15 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News Early 5.25 The Drum 5.55 Anques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Kitchen Cabinet 8.30 Rake 9.30 Cleverman 10.25 Lateline 10.55 The Business 11.15 Making Couples Happy 12.15 Agony Aunts 12.40 Tsunami: Survivors’ Stories 1.40 Naonal Press Club Address
ONE HD 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Car Crash Britain - Series Premiere 8.30 Megacies 9.30 Cops: Adults Only 10.30 House of Lies 11.00 Star Trek: Voyager 12.00 Home Shopping
WIN SA 6.00 Today 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 Postcards 8.30 The Friday Movie Eat Pray Love (M) 11.15 The Late Movie A Few Best Men (MA) 1.05 All Australian News 2.05 A Current Aﬀair
ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Rules of Engagement 8.30 Movie: Moulin Touge (M) 11.10 The Late Late Show 12.10 The King Of Queens
TEN SA 6.00 Fishing Edge 6.30 The Home Team 7.00 RPM 8.00 Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Living Room 12.00 All 4 Adventure 1.00 Healthy Homes TV 1.30 The Doctors 2.30 Judge Judy 3.00 The Renovaon King 3.30 Everyday Gourmet 4.00 What’s Up Down Under 4.30 Places We Go 5.00 TEN News at Five 6.00 Bondi Vet 7.00 Rugby: Wallabies Test (Live) Wallabies v England: Test 1 9.30 T.B.A. 11.30 48 Hours 1.30 Home Shopping
7 MATE 2.30 Swamp People 4.30 Gator Boys 5.30 Doomsday Preppers 6.30 Movie: Finding Nemo (G) 8.30 Movie: Men In Black 2 (PG) 10.15 T.B.A. 12.30 Swamp People 1.30 Friday Front Bar 2.00 Zero Hour 4.00 Night Thunder 5.00 Dream Car Garage SEVEN SA 6.00 Doc McStuﬃns 6.30 The Lion Guard 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.30 The Crows Show 12.00 T.B.A. 2.00 2016 AFL Season Round 12 (Live) Richmond v Gold Coast 5.30 SA Life 6.00 Seven News 7.00 House Rules 8.20 Sunday Night 9.20 Bones 11.20 Castle 12.20 Beauty & The Geek Australia 1.20 Harry’s Pracce 2.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Harry’s Pracce
ELEVEN 5.00 Fraiser 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 New Girl 8.30 Jane The Virgin 9.30 Sex And The City 10.50 How I Met Your Mother 11.20 The Late Late Show
TEN SA 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 The Home Team 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 Graham Norton Show 9.30 T.B.A. 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.30 The Late Show
7 MATE 2.00 Selling Big 2.30 Doomsday Castle 4.30 American Restoraon 5.30 American Pickers 6.30 Border Security USA 7.00 AFL 7.30 Pawn Stars 8.30 Movie: The Green Mile (M) 12.15 Border Security USA 1.00 City Homicide 4.00 Doomsday Castle
WIN SA 6.00 Today 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 RBT 8.30 The Footy Show (AFL) 10.30 World’s Funniest Videos Top 10 Countdown 11.30 Extra 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair
SBS ONE 7.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 FEI Equestrian Jumping World Cup 3.00 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 3.30 PAN-American Road Trip With Dara And Ed 4.35 Beat The Ancestors Roman War Machine 5.30 DNA Naon 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Hidden Killers of The Tudor Home 8.35 RocKwiz Salutes The Legends 9.35 Movie: Walk The Line (M) 12.05 The Highwaymen 1.05 Masters of Sex
PRIME 6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.30 Seven’s VFL 2016 Sandringham v Essendon 2.30 2016 AFL Season Round 12: Richmond v Gold Coast The Tigers have won the only other meeng against the Suns at the MCG and will need to do it again. 6.00 Seven News 7.00 House Rules 8.20 Sunday Night 9.20 Bones 11.20 Castle 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise
GO 5.00 Jusce League Unlimited 5.30 Ben 10 6.00 Batman: The Brave & The Bold 6.30 Movie: Big Momma’s: Like Father Like Son (PG) 8.45 Movie: Starsky & Hutch (M) 10.45 TBA 12.30 The Magaluf Weekender 1.30 Surﬁng Australia TV
WIN VIC 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra - Saturday 12.00 The Investment Series 12.30 Wild Life of Tim Faulkner 1.00 Fishing Australia 1.30 Surﬁng Australia TV 2.00 WIN Presents 2.15 The Aernoon Movie Jumping The Broom (PG) 4.30 Love Shack 5.00 News: First at Five 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 The Voice 10.40 T.B.A. 12.40 Movie: The Rite (M) 2.45 Movie: Every Lile Step (M)
7 TWO 5.00 Intolerant Cooks 5.30 Secret Locaon 6.30 Special: The Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebraons 9.00 Movie: The King’s Speech 11.30 Air Crash Invesgaons 12.30 Zero Hour
SC TEN 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 New Creaon Church 7.30 Joel Osteen 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday 11.00 What’s Up Down Under - Encore 11.30 Netball: ANZ Championship 1.30 Everyday Gourmet 2.00 Judge Judy 2.30 Oﬀroad Adventure Show 3.00 I Fish 3.30 RPM GP 4.00 RPM 5.00 TEN News at Five 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Modern Family 7.30 MasterChef Australia 9.00 Movie: Red 2 (M) 11.20 The Graham Norton Show 12.20 48 Hours
GEM 12.30 The Investment Series 1.00 Getaway 1.30 Sunday Footy Show (NRL) 3.30 Sunday Football: Manly Sea Eagles v Penrith Panthers (Live) 6.00 Customs 6.30 Movie: You Only Live Twice (PG) 8.55 Movie: ON Her Majesty’s Service (PG)
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 WIN News 7.30 Postcards 8.30 The Friday Movie Eat Pray Love (M) 11.15 The Late Movie A Few Best Men (MA) 1.05 All Australian News 2.05 A Current Aﬀair 2.35 Anger Management
7 TWO 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Beer Homes And Gardens 8.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 To Build Or Not To Build 10.30 Vest Houses Australia 11.00 Front of House 11.30 Fawlty Towers
SC TEN 6.00 Fishing Edge 6.30 The Home Team 7.00 RPM 8.00 Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Living Room 12.00 All 4 Adventure 1.00 Healthy Homes TV 1.30 The Doctors 2.30 Judge Judy 3.00 The Renovaon King 3.30 Everyday Gourmet 4.00 What’s Up Down Under 4.30 Places We Go 5.00 TEN News at Five 6.00 Bondi Vet 7.00 Rugby: Wallabies Test (Live) Wallabies v England: Test 1 9.30 T.B.A. 11.30 48 Hours 1.30 Home Shopping
GEM 10.00 As Time Goes By 11.20 Movie: Fire Over Africa (G) 1.00 Movie: Mame (G) 3.30 Movie: Bale Cry (G) 6.30 Heartbeat 8.45 Silent Witness 11.00 Dalziel And Pascoe 12.10 Movie: Bale Cry (G)
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 WIN News 7.30 RBT 8.30 The Footy Show (AFL) 10.30 World’s Funniest Videos Top 10 Countdown 11.30 Extra 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 1.30 The Last Ship
7 TWO 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 The Vicar of Dibley 8.30 Murdoch Mysteries 10.30 Fawlty Towers 11.15 Bargain Hunt 12.15 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
SC TEN 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 The Home Team 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 Graham Norton Show 9.30 T.B.A. 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.30 The Late Show
GEM 1.00 Movie: The Scarlet Blade (PG) 2.50 Come Dine With Me 3.20 Monarch of the Glen 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Friday Night Football: Wests Tigers v South Sydney Rabbitohs 10.10 Movie: Payment (MA)
PRIME 6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show 12.00 Road to Rio 12.30 Olympians - Oﬀ The Record 1.00 Bewitched 1.30 I Dream of Jeannie 2.00 Seven’s VFL Casey v Collingwood 5.00 Seven News at 5 5.30 Border Security - Australia’s Front Line 6.00 Seven News 6.30 2016 AFL Season Round 12 (Live) Geelong v North Melbourne 10.30 Movie: Aer Earth (M) 12.30 Desperate Housewives
GO 4.30 Ben 10 5.00 Jusce League Unlimited 5.30 Batman: The Brave And The Bold 6.00 Scooby Doo and the Legend of the Vampire 6.30 Movie: TMNT (PG) 8.15 Movie: Jack The Giant Slayer (PG) 10.30 TBA 12.30 Go Girls SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 The Bowls Show 2.00 Speedweek 4.00 Cycling: InCycle 4.30 FIFA World Cup 2006: 2 Weeks In June Documentary about the Socceroos historic 2006 FIFA World Cup campaign. 5.30 Escape From Colditz 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 Dead Sea Treasure Map 8.30 How To Find Love Online 9.30 Cancer: The Emperor Of All Maladies 10.35 Erebus: Air Crash Antarcca 11.55 Movie: Giovanna’s Father 1.50 Movie: Birdwatchers (M) 3.45 The Man Who Jumped
GEM 2.50 Come Dine With Me 3.20 Monarch Of The Glen 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Thursday Night Football: Brisbane Broncos v Canberra Raiders 10.10 T.B.A. 12.40 Monarch Of The Glen
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie United (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Beer Homes and Gardens 7.30 2016 Season: Round 12 (Live): Essendon v Hawthorn 11.00 Oﬀ The Bench Hosted by Wayne Schwass 11.30 Friday Front Bar 12.00 Desperate Housewives 1.00 Home Shopping
GO 4.00 Kids’ WB Weekdays 4.05 Green Lantern 4.30 Batman: The Brave & The Bold 5.00 Ben 10: Ulmate Alien 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Movie: Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (G) 7.40 Movie: Harry Poer And The Goblet of Fire (PG) 10.40 Movie: Zombie (MA)
SC TEN 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 The Home Team 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 The Project - Encore
WIN VIC 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Wide World of Sports 11.00 The Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 Future Stars 1.30 Subaru Full Cycle 2.00 T.B.A. 4.00 Wild China 5.00 News: First At Five 5.30 Postcards 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 60 Minutes 8.00 T.B.A. 10.00 Inside The World’s Toughest Prisons 11.00 Teens Behind Bars 12.00 Major Crimes 1.00 Step Dave 2.00 The Avengers 3.00 20/20
7 TWO 4.00 Escape to the Country 6.00 Mighty Ships 7.00 For The Love of Dogs 7.30 Border Patrol 8.00 Motorway Patrol 8.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 Escape To The Connent 10.45 Mighty Ships
TV GUIDE MONDAY, JUNE 13 TV GUIDE TUESDAY, JUNE 14 TV GUIDE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15
SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Beer Homes And Gardens 1.00 Border Security - Australia’s Front line 1.30 2016 AFL Season Round 12 (Live) Melbourne v Collingwood 5.30 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 House Rules 9.15 Criminal Minds 11.15 Grey’s Anatomy 12.15 Dr Oz 1.15 Harry’s Pracce 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 MasterChef Australia 2.30 Entertainment Tonight 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 Have You Been Paying Aenon? 9.40 NCSI: New Orleans 10.40 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary 11.30 The Project - Encore
7 MATE 3.30 Doomsday Preppers 4.30 American Restoraon 5.30 American Pickers 6.30 Mythbusters 7.30 Pawn Stars 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 Bogans 11.00 1000 Ways To Die 12.00 Talking Footy 1.00 City Homicide 2.00 Selling Big 3.00 Danger SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Midwest Obsession (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 House Rules 8.45 Kiss Bang Love 10.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares 11.00 The Goldbergs 11.30 Bates Motel 12.30 Hannibal
SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Last Man Standing (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.30 Criminal Minds 10.30 Blindspot 11.30 Deﬁance 12.30 Dr Oz 1.30 Harry’s Pracce 2.00 Home Shopping
ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Fresh Oﬀ The Boat 8.30 Sleepy Hollow 9.30 The Strain 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show 12.00 Salem
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful - Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.10 Oﬀspring 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 NCIS 9.40 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.30 The Late Show
7 MATE 4.30 American Restoraon 5.30 American Pickers 6.30 Pawn Stars 7.00 Nabbed 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.30 Outback Truckers 9.30 Ice Road Truckers 10.30 Outback Hunters 11.30 1000 Ways To Die 12.30 The Crows Show 1.00 City Homicide
ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Four Corners 10.45 Media Watch 11.00 Save Your Life Tonight 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Breathless 1.50 Anques Roadshow 2.50 The Cook And The Chef 3.20 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.55 Anques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Revoluon School 9.30 Foreign Correspondent 10.00 The Book Club 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Business 11.20 Q&A 12.25 Derek
ONE HD 1.00 Matlock 2.00 Nash Bridges 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 48 Hours 8.30 Movie: Man On Fire (M) 11.30 The Americans 12.30 Home Shopping
WIN SA 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Naonal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 David Aenborough’s The Hunt 8.40 Movie: Mr & Mrs Smith (M) 11.05 The Footy Show (NRL) 1.00 All Australian News 2.00 A Current Aﬀair
ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Futurama 8.30 The Simpsons 9.00 Bordertown 9.30 Bob’s Burgers 10.00 Duckman 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show
ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 Landline 11.00 Compass 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Grand Designs 2.00 Doctor Thorne 2.50 Surﬁng The Menu 3.20 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News Early 5.25 The Drum 5.55 Anques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.20 Media Watch 9.35 Q&A 10.40 Lateline 11.10 The Business 11.30 Golf: PGA Tour Highlights 12.25 The Night, The Prowler
ONE HD 1.00 Matlock 2.00 Nash Bridges 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Undercover Boss 8.30 Movie: Braveheart (M) 12.00 Wilfred 12.30 MotoGP 2016
WIN SA 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Naonal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 20 To 1 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent 10.00 2 Broke Girls 11.00 Beauty And The Beach 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair
ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Rules of Engagement 8.30 Graham Norton Show 9.30 Dang Naked Season Finale 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful 8.00 Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.10 Dr Phil 1.10 Oﬀspring 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 Shark Tank 9.40 T.B.A. 10.40 Hawaii Five-O 11.30 The Project - Encore
7 MATE 3.30 Doomsday Preppers 4.30 American Restoraon 5.30 American Pickers 6.30 Mythbusters 7.30 World’s Craziest Fools 8.00 Pawn Stars 8.30 Storage Wars 9.30 Hardcore Pawn 10.30 Storage 11.30 Rude Tube 12.00 Zero Hour
WIN SA 6.00 Today 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 The Voice 9.30 T.B.A. 10.30 Footy Classiﬁed 11.30 Extra 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 1.30 T.B.A.
ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Q&A 11.00 From The Heart 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 12.30 Naonal Press Club Address 1.30 Jennifer Byrne Presents 1.55 Anques Roadshow 2.55 The Cook And The Chef 3.25 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.30 The Drum 5.55 Anques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 QI 8.30 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL 9.00 The Chaser’s Elecon Desk 9.30 Would I Lie To You? 10.00 Comedy Up Late 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Business 11.20 Four Corners 12.05 Media Watch
ONE HD 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Megafactories 8.30 David Aenborough’s Planet Earth (Finale) 9.30 Moments of Impact (Finale) 10.30 Sons of Anarchy 12.00 Home Shopping
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SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 2.00 Hermitage Revealed 3.00 The Lakes With Rory McGrath 3.30 Hairy Bikers’ Asian Adventure - Thailand 4.30 A Great Welsh Adventure With Griﬀ Rhys Jones 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Food Safari 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m a Doctor 8.30 The Island With Bear Grylls 9.25 Lockerbie: My Brother’s Bomber 10.30 SBS World News Late 11.00 Trepalium 12.55 Movie: Thirst (MAV)
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie What Makes A Family (PG) 2.00 2016 AFL Season Round 12: Melbourne v Collingwood It’s the biggest Queen’s Birthday Monday clash in over 10 years. with both teams knocking on the door of the eight. 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 House Rules 9.15 Criminal Minds 11.15 Grey’s Anatomy 12.30 Home Shopping
GO 5.00 Ben 10: Ulmate Alien 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 Aucon Hunters 8.00 Top Gear 9.30 Movie: V For Vendea (MA) 12.00 The NRL Rookie 1.00 Regular Show SBS ONE 4.00 Euro 2016: Belgium v Italy 6.30 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Classical Desnaons 3.00 Literary Landscapes 3.30 Man on Mars: The Mission To The Red Planet 4.30 A Year In The Wild 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Food Safari 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Great Connental Railway Journeys 8.30 Insight 9.30 Dateline 10.00 SBS World News Late 10.30 1864: Denmark’s War 12.45 Movie: Inspector Montalbano (M)
SBS ONE 7.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Film And Its Era 3.00 Dateline 3.30 Insight 4.30 Queen of Tigers 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Food Safari 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Dan Snow’s History of Railways 8.30 24 Hours In Emergency 9.30 Bosch 10.20 SBS World News Late 10.55 Gameplay: The Story of The Video Game Revoluon 12.40 Movie: Murder of The Inugami Clan (M) 3.10 Movie: Storm (M)
GEM 3.20 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Kings Cross ER 8.30 RPA 9.30 Embarrassing Bodies 10.30 Supersize v Superskinny 11.30 Spooks 12.30 Footy Classiﬁed 1.30 Friends
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Midwest Obsession (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 House Rules 8.45 Kiss Bang Love 10.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares 11.00 The Goldbergs 11.30 Bates Motel 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise
GO 4.30 Batman: The Brave and the Bold 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 The NRL Rookie 8.30 Best Ink 10.30 Taoo Fixers 11.30 South Beach Tow 12.00 Impraccal Jokers 12.30 Adventure Time
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Naonal News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 WIN News 7.30 20 To 1 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent 10.00 2 Broke Girls 11.00 Beauty And The Beach 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 1.30 20/20 2.30 Anger Management
7 TWO 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Pie In The Sky 8.30 The Last Detecve 10.10 Air Crash Invesgaons 11.10 Zero Hour 12.10 Bargain Hunt 1.10 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
SC TEN 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful 8.00 Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.10 Dr Phil 1.10 Oﬀspring 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 Shark Tank 9.40 T.B.A. 10.40 Hawaii Five-O 11.30 The Project - Encore
GEM 1.10 Movie: Go To Blazes (G) 2.50 Come Dine With Me 3.20 Poirot 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 New Tricks 8.40 Midsomer Murders 10.50 The Mysteries of Laura 11.50 Friends 12.30 T.B.A. 1.00 Gideon’s Way
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 WIN News 7.30 The Voice 9.30 T.B.A. 10.30 Footy Classiﬁed 11.30 Extra 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 1.30 T.B.A. 2.30 Anger Management 3.00 Extra
7 TWO 4.00 RSPCA Animal Rescue 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Cies of The Underworld 8.30 Prime Suspect 10.30 Air Crash Invesgaons 11.30 Bargain Hunt 12.30 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is
SC TEN 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful - Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.10 Oﬀspring 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 NCIS 9.40 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.30 The Late Show
GEM 12.00 Kings Cross ER 1.00 Movie: The Brides of Fu Manchu (PG) 3.00 Come Dine With Me 3.30 RPA 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Poirot 8.40 Upstairs Downstairs 12.10 Friends
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Last Man Standing (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away Hunter’s grief for his mum compels him to take revenge. 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.30 Criminal Minds 10.30 Blindspot 11.30 Deﬁance 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise
GO 4.30 Batman 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 Movie: Lethal Weapon II (M) 11.00 Ghost Town Gold 12.00 Impraccal Jokers 12.30 Adventure Time
SC TEN 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 MasterChef Australia 2.30 Entertainment Tonight 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 Have You Been Paying Aenon? 9.40 NCSI: New Orleans 10.40 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary 11.30 The Project - Encore
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Naonal News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 WIN News 7.30 David Aenborough’s The Hunt 8.40 Movie: Mr & Mrs Smith (M) 11.05 The Footy Show (NRL) 1.00 All Australian News 2.00 A Current Aﬀair 2.30 Anger Management 3.00 Extra
7 TWO 4.00 Coastalwatch Oz 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Jonathan Creek 8.30 Lewis 10.30 Mighty Planes 11.30 Bargain Hunt 12.30 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 1.30 Harry’s Pracce
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APRIL 1 - JUNE 30
FISHING SHOW IN TOWN The crew from acclaimed television program the AFN Fishing Show (Australian Fishing Network) will headline festivities at the awards ceremony for the final weekend of the Portland Annual Tuna Fishing competition this weekend. Host Bill Classon and his team will present the winning trophies this Sunday, assisting event hosts the Glenelg Shire Council and Portland Lions Club to deliver more than $12,000 in prizemoney. The fishing show is filming an upcoming episode in Portland for its popular 7Mate television series, which is expected to go to air later this year. More than 100 recreational fishermen have tested their skills over the past fortnight in the inaugural competition, with the heaviest haul currently sitting at 20.5kg, caught by Portland-man Brodie Carter. “The AFN Fishing Show will be filming plenty of colourful imagery for their show whilst in Portland and district and it is wonderful that they are sharing their time to assist with our award ceremony,” Glelenlg Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said. “Portland’s status as Australia’s southern Bluefin tuna capital is reaching an even greater audience as a result of this new competition, which will become a staple on our events calendar,” The event will conclude with a weigh-in ceremony at the Portland Yacht Club from 3pm next Sunday, including a flare display from the Portland Coast Guard.
Aussie Daniel Ricciardo has moved up the rangings following his 2nd in Monaco. Current Top 10
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1 Nico Rosberg
2 Lewis Hamilton
3 Daniel Ricciardo
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4 Kimi Raikkonen
5 Sebastian Vettel
6 Max Verstappen
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7 Felipe Massa
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Mex Force India
10 Daniil Kvyat
Rus Toro Rosso
Motor LIGHTEN UP THIS WINTER Now that the winter is upon us, the days are becoming darker earlier it is timely to remind motorists, cyclists and pedestrians that they need to light up to be seen on the roads. LCLGA’s Regional Road Safety Officer Rob Forgan said there are many laws and common guidelines on when to use the appropriate car lights during dark, rainy and foggy conditions. “Our road rules state that a driver mustn’t drive at night or in hazardous weather conditions such as fog unless their headlights, tail lights and number plate light are all working,” said Mr. Forgan. “Dark, rainy or foggy weather conditions are common in the Limestone
Coast and more so at this time of year, so it’s important to drive with more caution when it is so. Pedestrians and cyclists are harder to detect and wet roads means it also takes a longer distance to stop. In foggy conditions, turn your headlights on low beam or use fog lights if you have them. Don’t put headlights on high beam though, as the reflection from the fog actually makes it harder to see. If you are a cyclist or a pedestrian or just out for an early morning or late afternoon stroll, don high visibility clothing.” Motorists can only use their fog lights when they are experiencing the
appropriate conditions. In other periods of low visibility, headlights should be used instead. “The law states that the driver of a vehicle fitted with front or rear fog lights must only operate them if they are driving in fog or other hazardous weather conditions causing reduced visibility,” said Mr. Forgan. Daytime running lights (DRL) are becoming common and starting to show up in many new vehicles as standard equipment. “The modern daytime running lights or LEDs operate whenever the engine is running and are designed to minimize glare while making your vehicle all the more visible,” he said. “But for many of the Limestone Coast drivers we should use our headlights on low beam. Advances in technology, such as automatic activation of headlights in low light are helpful but we shouldn’t rely solely on them. Motorists should always monitor weather conditions and when necessary over-ride the automatic function either to use headlights or fog lights when the situation requires them.” Advertisements (pictured) are being run to remind motorists about the winter driving messages.
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