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Radio 5SE is excited and proud to once again be a part of the national charity, Give Me 5 For Kids. The Give Me 5 For Kids fundraiser raises money for the children’s wards of the hospitals in your specific region. Last year, fundraising included a wheelbarrow walk, appearances at community events for the cause and shaking the donation tins at football and basketball matches. This year they are planning for local schools to participate in a Dress Down Day in which students will be able to wear causal clothes for the day for gold coin donation towards the fundraiser. Later down the track they hope to be able to hold Party Nights for the community to join in and support. When asked the question “where do you see Give Me 5 for Kids in 10 years?” Radio 5SE’s presenter Jason Scheidl said he would like to see it being embraced more by the community. “I would also like for more people to know that although it is a national fundraiser, all proceeds go towards our local hospitals and help our local kids,” Jase said. Jase has been a part of this campaign since the beginning. When it all first began in the mid 90’s, they had no idea it would have already raised almost a quarter of a million dollars. Jase said that when they first started this campaign they would have been happy with half of the amount they have raised. There will be about 30 tins available for donations across Mount Gambier, Millicent and Naracoorte. Radio 5SE will be meeting with the hospitals next week to find out what
For one term a year, for the past nine years, the staff at the Mount Gambier Library has hosted a series of workshops for high school students. This program, called Finding My Place, is only available for students between Years 8-11 of secondary school. Over the ten weeks the students are introduced to a more visual way of learning and are being pushed out of their comfort zone to try a variety of new things. This year the schools who have students involved are Allendale East Area School, Grant High School, Independent Learning Centre and St Martins Lutheran College. This term there are 25 students registered and participating in this program from the schools. This course has been quite successful over the years in helping the kids. All of the people hosting the workshops volunteer their time to help these kids learn a new life skill. The hosts this year are Joanna Fincham, Ovation Performing Arts Centre, SA Police, Kristi Leamey, Barry Maney Group, MEGT, Fed Creative, Jik Cheung Kung Fu and the Career Development Centre. Joanna Fincham talks to the students about her own life experiences and the personal challenges she’s overcome. Jamie Harding is the representative for Ovation Performing Arts Centre and shows what the centre has to offer for young people. The Mount Gambier Police show the kids around and let them see all the bits and pieces the public doesn’t see at the station. Kristi Leamey is a staff member at the library and she is looking through lunchboxes to introduce them to easy
their plans are for the money this year. All the money is expected to go towards upgrading the children’s ward at each hospital. The money Mount Gambier donates helps to support not only our own hospital, but the Naracoorte and Millicent hospitals, as well. This charity really helps make a difference and is definitely a worthy cause. For further information, you can look out for the Radio 5SE posts on social
media, their website (where you can also donate) or by simply tuning into the station for details directly from the source. BY MIA OSMOND Above - Radio 5SE’s breakfast announcer Jase is gearing up for the 2016 Give Me 5 For Kids fundraising campaign..
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and healthy snacks they can pack every day for school. Greg Povey, from the Barry Maney Group, teaches them car maintenance. Julie Howe, from MEGT, to give some tips on how to present yourself when applying for a job. Justin Clarke, from Fed Creative, gives a glimpse of the audio visual industry. Terry Farrell, from Jik Cheung Kung Fu, teaches self-defence techniques, while the Career Development Centre gives some suggestions on how to get a part-time job. The last session of the term is a graduation, set down on July 6 – a chance for the students to sit back, relax, and reflect on the skills they’ve learnt. Every participant receives a certificate and is able to add this course to their resume to help future employment. The one student with the best attendance, participation and attitude wins an iPad to celebrate what they have accomplished. The library is also holding a School Holidays Program. These upcoming holidays have an outdoors/garden theme and will consist of different activities every day based around that. Special activities will be held on the Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays of the two weeks. Youth activities will be on the Thursdays and Minecraft sessions will be available on the Mondays and Wednesdays. Bookings have not yet opened for this program but the library will advertise when they are so make sure to look out for that in the brochures at the library and on their website. BY MIA OSMOND
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The coveted $175,000, 18-carat gold Emirates Melbourne Cup will come to Hamilton Gallery on Wednesday, October 12, for one day only. Hamilton Gallery has secured a spot on the 2016 Emirates Melbourne Cup tour, which will provide the community a chance to experience the atmosphere and excitement of the Emirates Melbourne Cup in their own gallery. Southern Grampians Shire Council CEO Michael Tudball said, this was a great example of a partnership between our regional art gallery and local special interest groups. “The shire is fortunate to have a gallery which is so important to its community and inspired to remain relevant and engaged with the community,” he said. The visit will coincide with an exhibition of silver from the gallery’s decorative arts collection, a leading national collection, the profile of which has helped draw this cup to Hamilton. “The Melbourne Cup is a very important part of Australia’s heritage and we are proud to have it visiting the Greater Hamilton region,” Mr Tudball said. “We encourage everyone to take the opportunity to see this piece of Australian history.” Gallery director Sarah Schmidt said the gallery hoped very much this would draw in people in Hamilton who may have never visited their own gallery. “Curiosity about the cup will hopefully lead to surprise discovery of what other treasures are inside the building,” she said. “We are a gathering place for community meetings, whether for environmentalists, car enthusiasts, arts enthusiasts or sporting groups. We are a
The riding of push bikes will be banned on footpaths in Millicent and Penola’s main streets from July 1. The move follows changes to State legislation which allows cyclists of all ages to ride on all footpaths unless prohibited by local councils Previously, cycling and shared paths were designated and children under the age of 12 were allowed to ride on all footpaths unless prohibited by councils. Under the new legislation, council does not have the ability to define allowed cycling areas by age group. Wattle Range Council recently sought public feedback relating to the footpath network across the district, including the proposal to create a ‘No Bicycles’ zone within the Millicent and Penola central business districts. A total of 175 responses were received regarding the Millicent zone, with 72% supporting the ban. In light of the responses, Council decided to introduce a ‘No Bicycles’ zone in Millicent covering the footpath on both sides of George Street, between Short public gallery with free entry for use as an enjoyable venue, to inspire, for education groups and community pride and confidence generally.” The gallery credits the support of the Hamilton Racing Club and Judy Nichols in contributing towards the successful bid and hopes to engage a wide audience to enjoy the cup. The program of events planned for the Cup’s visit will include various opportunities for the community to participate including a daytime fundraiser for Riding for the Disabled – Hamilton branch, education programs for schools aimed at raising awareness for gender
Street and North Terrace. In Penola, total of 118 responses were received regarding the Penola zone, with 64% supporting the ban. The Penola ‘No Bicycles’ zone covers the footpath on both sides of Church Street, between Riddoch Street and Arthur Street. “The recent change of road rules allowing cyclists of any age to ride on the footpath increased the risk of collision with pedestrians, particularly in the higher use footpaths of the central business districts in Millicent and Penola,” said Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi. “Safety of pedestrians is paramount and banning the riding of bicycles in these areas ensures pedestrians using the footpaths can go about their daily business without the risk of a cyclist running into them.” The ‘No Bicycle’ zones in both Millicent and Penola will take effect on July 1, with signage and pavement markings to be installed. The penalty for riding a push bike in a bicycle free area is $53 expiation or up to a $2500 fine and is enforced by SA Police.
equality and workforce participation for all abilities, and an evening cocktail event focused on the Cup as the centrepiece of an exhibition highlighting silver in the gallery’s collection combined with that of other public galleries. Above - Southern Grampians Shire Council CEO Michael Tudball (far right) with Hamilton Gallery Exhibitions Officer Ian Brilley and Director Sarah Schmidt with pieces from Hamilton Gallery’s silver collection. Photo courtesy of Amy Knight
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YEAR 12 PROJECT BECOMES VIRAL SENSATION Former Naracoorte High School student, Madison Gill has had her Year 12 Photography work recognised by online forum mamamia.com.au recently. The three minute video highlights body image and has caused quite a viral sensation. As part of her Year 12 Photography class, Madison was required to create a project for her major assessment piece. This included investigating, planning and producing an idea over a 10 week period. “Students must be extremely disciplined to create their work within this time frame,” said Naracoorte High School photography teacher Kari Thomas. “We are extremely proud and delighted that Madison’s work has been showcased on such a popular social media platform.”
Madison wanted to produce a series of photographs that promote body image. She planned to take the photographs of young women and present each image in the form of a multimedia video which included the photographs, a screen capture of her manipulating the images and statistics surrounding body image. Throughout the creation of the video, the models were subjected to taunts and criticism via social media, which ultimately highlighted the importance of creating this video and making young women aware of positive body image. The first white shirt shots were the first major inspiration of the production as they highlighted
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femininity, positive body image and how friendship is so important to women. This then led to the idea of communicating through video format. Madison hoped that the video would reach the target audience she intended it for, young teenage girls, and to inspire them to have a positive body image. By mamamia.com. au promoting this, she feels well on her way to achieving that goal Above - The girls that were part of Madison’s Year 12 project and the video that has been taken up by mamamia. com.au Left - Madison Gill.
Stand Like Stone Foundation is continuing to reap rewards from its partnerhsip with OneFortyONe Plantations. The OneFortyOne Community Capacity Building Grants have delivered a further $20,000 into the community. The Migrant Resource Centre in Mountt Gambier received $8000 to establish a Craft Enterprise for Migrant Women and the Naracoorte Independent Learning Centre receiving $12,000 for Project Abroad HHHH with the ILC. OneFortyOne Plantations General Manager Green Triangle Willie Van Niekerk said they were committed to having a positive impact on the communities they operate in. “We’re grateful for the opportunity to contribute to these worthy causes,” he said. “We were impressed with the quality
of the grant applications received this year and are looking forward to continuing our partnership with Stand like Stone.” Above - The Naracoorte Independent Learning Centre receives $12,000 as part of the OneFortyOne Grants program. Photo courtesy of Isabella Hood (Naracoorte Herald)
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‘GLEN ROY’:SUPERBLY LOCATED ON COONAWARRA’S DOORSTEP ‘Glen Roy’:Superbly located within Coonawarra is this wonderful 12 acre lifestyle property. Tightly held, this property has remained in the family for 3 generations and it is not hard to see why. Enriched in history from originally being an Inn and a Cobb & Co coach stop over with a slab-constructed stable, this superb coarse random rubble paddock stone homestead commands your attention. The current owners have lovingly restored and renovated the home and surrounding gardens to combine modern with traditional in an outstanding manner. With a magnificent 1840s Moreton Bay Fig tree as a back drop, the main
residence oozes old world charm, with its soaring ceilings and beautiful verandahs all complimenting the modern open plan stunning kitchen, dining and living areas. The natural light filled kitchen is packed full of features including SMEG double oven, red splash backs, dishwasher, large bench boasting a warehouse of drawers and the gorgeous views from 3 sides of windows makes this a fabulous area to congregate. The adjacent dining area is spacious and has polished concrete with under floor heating in both of these areas. The living area has a large slow combustion heating which warms the whole home. The home is serviced
with 4-5 bedrooms for those that require them, or the 5 bedroom makes a gorgeous snug with outside access if required. An adjacent sun room can be used as a cosy reading retreat or music room. The main bedroom is massive and likened to a mini house featuring an ensuite, walk-in robe and office area. It needs to be seen to be believed. Call Jo 0429 854 910 for your private inspection.
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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
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20 Heaver Drive 3 BEDROOMS/2 BATHROOMS • Three Bedroom family home • Formal Lounge, Dining with S/C hea ng • 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 Pa o • Massive covered rear Pa o with raised mber decking PRICED AT $239,500
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• 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
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8 Amor Street
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D L SO 58b McMahon Rd, Worrolong RURAL SERENITY ON 6 ACRES • 3 or 4 Bedrooms, all with BIR’s, Open Plan Kitchen, Dining & Living • Gas & Electric cooking, S/C Hea ng, 16 Solar Panels – 3wcs, • large stone Workshop, Pit & Power. Vendors mo vated for an Oﬀer PRICE WAS $279,500 NOW $265,000
5/6-8 MONTGOMERY AVENUE $110 P/WK 2 Bdrm unit, renovated kitchen. Sep bathroom, Sep Laundry, Single lock up garage. NO pets
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ALL THE WORK IS DONE • All the work’s done! • 3 Bedroom plus sleepout • Eat in Kitchen • Lounge with gas hea ng • Large private secure yard • Overlooking park & playground • Walking distance to Primary & High school PRICED AT $109,500
• 4 Bedroom home on double allotment. 2 reverse cycle air condi oners. • S/C hea ng to Lounge. Kitchen/Dining electric cooking. • Large rear Pergola/Entertaining area. • Garage/Workshop. Auto roller door. • Old Dairy, Implement Shed, Storage Shed, Stables.
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DON’T OVERLOOK THIS OPPORTUNITY • Cosy stone co age with 2 good sized bedrooms • Open plan kitchen, dining & lounge room • Reverse cycle air condi oner to living area • Upgraded bathroom • Rear porch with external access • Massive allotment measuring approximately 1000sqm • Double garage with concrete ﬂoor PRICED AT $179,000
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 hea ng, 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
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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 pa o/ 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.
77 Wireless Road West
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. GREAT VALUE
8 Magnolia Court
A trendy and stylish home in popular location. Affordable living and surrounded by quality homes. One to call home
14 Mallee Street
21 Auvale Crescent
13 Ellwood Court
You won’t be disappointed! Beautifully maintained inside and out, fit for a growing family. Ideal location
3/5 Shepherdson Road
Tastefully updated inside & out. A spacious family home, perfectly positioned amongst quality schools, sporting facilities and lakes location
39 Elizabeth Street
3 Moorak Street
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7A Lansell Street
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Great layout – solid construction with high clearance shedding and drive through access to rear. A rare find not to be missed
You won’t lift a finger, beautifully maintained inside & out. Spacious living areas, generous sized bedrooms, solid construction, large outdoor entertaining
2/55 Bertha Street
Superb unit located in a lovely complex in a superior location close to the city centre and the Lakes precinct.
12/151 Commercial Street West
It’s all about location, an affordable and low maintenance property showing a strong rental return. Popular lakes precinct and quality unit group.
4 Chute Street
Leave the car at home, city centre townhouse surrounded by coffee shops, Pubs, Restaurants & major conveniences. Overlooking beautiful Vansittart Park. Your lifestyle change is awaiting! In conj with Vicki Quinn R/E.
1/14 Bailey Street
21 North Terrace
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.
9 Kyrenia Court
This cute home is sure to appeal. Upgraded kitchen & spacious living area. Close to city centre. Overlooking parklands and close to schools.
161 Penola Road
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.
14 Kooringa Street
Luxury and practicality meet in this exceptional family home. Stunning in all respects, will suit the most fastidious of buyers. Only an inspection will reveal all!
13 Price Street
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.
14 St Martins Drive
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.
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A smart investment, low maintenance unit in as new group. Two living zones, modern design and living. Currently leased @ $295 p/week. A fantastic return – Book your inspection today!
RENTALS 6/7 Holder Street 8/5 Shepherd Street 6/5 Shepherd Street 1/3 Ryan Avenue 8 Reginald Street 1/35 Bertha Street B/25 Suttontown Road Cnr Williams Rd & Billings Rd 7 Hutley Terrace 46 Commercial St West 2 Victor Street 3 Warrick Close 2/142 Sea Pde Pt MacDonnell
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Located in a great central location is this warm & inviting family home. With nothing to do inside or out but move in and enjoy!
This stunning property situated in a sought after location, with superb street appeal is perfect for those with space and style in mind.
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Avail 30/6/16 2 1 1 $125 pw • Two bedroom unit • Main bedroom with built in robes • Open plan living area of kitchen/lounge area with gas heating & elec cooking • Bathroom/ Toilet with built in bath • Car parking area
46 Commercial Street West
Avail Now 3 1 2 $270 pw • Position perfect for city living • Three bedroom apartment— main with access to balcony • Kitchen with electric cooking • Spacious lounge with gas heating • Private parking spaces at rear of building • Main Street precinct at your doorstep
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1 Wilson Street, Tantanoola
A brick price buster, tidy condition throughout. Block over 1,000m2 with double garage, bore and rainwater. Value buying in quiet country township.
4-8 Harrald Street
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!
26 – 30 Gray St (Formally Macs Furniture)
• Outstanding Investment Property of approx 590m2 on three titles to be sold as a whole • High profile corner location with great exposure overlooking one of the City’s major shopping precincts • Rare opportunity to acquire an investment property in Mount Gambier’s premier commercial location • Agents in conjunction: LJ Hooker Mount Gambier
7 Underwood Avenue
84 Pick Avenue
Solid construction and big on space. Elevated outlook. Handy location to schools, shops and reserve. Secure yard with access off Quail Place.
115 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
Exceptional bayside living, uninterrupted ocean views plus bonus second living area – be on holiday all year round!
6 Arthur Street, Tarpeena
58 Commercial St West
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
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.
Have you ever dreamed of leaving the hustle & bustle of the city for the serenity of the country. This beautiful property at Tarpeena will tick all the boxes. Get the best of both worlds – Country living a short drive to Mount Gambier
2/8 Ellard Street
bed bath car rooms rooms parking toilets
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.
2/195 Penola Road
8 Mitchell Street
3 Naylor Place
Luxury Living at it’s Finest
Pick up the keys and move in. That is all you will have to do if you buy this gorgeous townhouse. Low maintenance modern living at its best!
Graced with a harmonious fusion of character, charm & contemporary style – this stunning Victorian villa has been seamlessly renovated with exceptional quality and attention to detail. Inspections by private appointment only. Price on Application.
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!
4003/3 Lake Terrace West
3/10 Bertha Street
150 Wireless Road West
Superb apartment with City & Lakes views. Blue ribbon location only a short stroll to cafes, restaurants, retail therapy & the Blue Lake walking trail.
8/48 Crouch Street North
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!
9/20 Wimmera Street
Exceptional unit in a great location. Close to city centre. Double storey, with lovely private, rear yard. Currently leased @ $220/wk to a fastidious tenant.
44 McMahon Road, Worrolong
Become the landlord when you invest in this great property located close to schools and shops. Currently leased at $190 per week until September 2016. Invest and reap the rewards.
Add to your investment portfolio or buy your own nest, currently leased at $140 p.w – Great location, Inspect Now!
RENTALS 2/142 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
Avail 17/6/16 3 2 2 $400 pw • 3 bedrooms—master with ensuite • Stunning kitchen/ meals/family zone with balcony • Separate lounge room or home theatre room • Under floor heating • Double length garage UMR with internal access • Corner block with space for boat etc • Fully furnished • No Pets
$90,000 PLUS SAV Cafe Ellen is a long established cafe, located in a high traffic location in the busy central complex – be your own boss. For further details contact the office.
Nest or Invest! A great opportunity to enter the property market or add to your investment portfolio.
An idyllic country retreat, loaded with charm on approx. 5 acres. Surprisingly roomy and offers fantastic entertaining. A perfect country getaway!
1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org Ph 8724 8088 Cnr Billings Road & Williams Road
Cnr Bay Road & James Street
Shed 5 & 6/12 Bodey Circuit
3 1 2 $210 pw • 3 bedroom home • Built in robes in 2 • Kitchen with elec cooking • Lounge with gas htg and r/c a/c • Double carport • Lawns maintained
Commercial • Ideal for retail/beauty therapy/hairdressing • 1/2 James Street (Giannis) Approximately 185.52 m2 • 2/2 James Street (Express Cuts) Approximately 98.16 m2 • Further details available at request • Minimal set up required
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Avail Now Commercial • Workshop with high clearance door • Affordable and Accessible • Total Area 110 m2 approximately • Long term lease available
Al Lamond 0418 849 266 email@example.com Sales
Buy Or Sell... See P & L 2-4 Lansell Street, Mount Gambier
17 Earl Street, Mount Gambier
Abby Hepburn 08 8723 3416 firstname.lastname@example.org Administration
35 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier
EL NE EA W SE
$299,000 to $320,000
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5 Tawarri Crescent, Mount Gambier
Elisha Beare 0447 808 426 email@example.com Sales
• 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
2 Union Street, Mount Gambier
• 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
12 Eucla Court, Mount Gambier
Cosy 3 bedroom cottage in a fantastic location. Centrally located between Tension, Reidy Park & Mt High Schools. 3 bedrooms (2 with ceiling fans & BIR’s) Inviting lounge & dining with s/c wood ﬁres, plus A/C Rambling cottage gardens with securely fenced rear yard Amazing undercover pergola area with tranquil outlook North facing in a desirable area close to the Lakes
76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $250,000
• 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.
11 Victoria Terrrace, Mount Gambier
EL NE EA W SE
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• Investors take note of this excellent return • Fixed term lease until March 2017 for $190 per week • Freshly painted with updated colour-bond roof • Securely fenced backyard with rear yard access • Lock up s/car garage with separate carport • Add this property to your investment portfolio
27 Genoa Street, Mount Gambier
• Quality solid brick & tile 3 bedroom home offers an ideal investment opportunity, plus being perfect for 1st home buyers or retiree’s. • BIRs in all bedrooms, inviting lounge with wood heating, spacious kitchen with pantry, electric cooking, breakfast bar overlooking the dining area & second living area. • Outside features include magniﬁcent pergola area, large 4 bay colour-bond shed with concrete & power, dbl length carport UMR, plus low maintenance enclosed yard, 3 1 4 ideal for family & pets.
2/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $215,000
• 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,
116 Brim Brim Road, Yahl
• 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
Lot 20 & 21 Arthur Street, Tarpeena $210,000
• Set in a small, private strata complex is this appealing split rock unit, ideally suited to investors, singles or retirees • 2 bedrooms with BIRs, open plan living with gas heating & sliding door to timber decking, kitchen with elec cooking • Single car garage UMR with remote roller door provides internal access • Currently tenanted until July 2016
RURAL LIVING ALLOTMENTS • Located in Tarpeena on the outskirts of town, are two well positioned 5 acre parcels of land. • Featuring established gum trees , this is an ideal position for building your dream home (S.T.C.A)
• Power and telephone passing. • Vendor is happy to negotiate with a purchaser wanting to purchase both allotments. • For more information please contact Garth Manser 0417 071 180
42 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell $750,000
A 3.7 cr 1 es
• 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
LAND Allotments 2 & 21 Eight Mile Creek Road, Port MacDonnell
ALL OFFERS INVITED
34 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell
• 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.
52 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell $248,000
• Just a stone’s throw from the beach, outstandingly presented 3Bed home, featuring self contained 1Bed granny ﬂat with en-suite & lounge • Open plan kitchen with elec cooking, plus large adjoining dining & lounge • Low maintenance grounds & single garage UMR with remote & internal access 3 2 1
• 5.16ac & 3.46ac blocks located within walking distance of the beach • Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel and Chemist
• Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant • Build your new 2 storey home (S.T.C.A.) • Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park • Developers check the potential for a range of options
LAND Lot 2 Bay Road, Port Macdonnell
• 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
A 70 cr es
• 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
RURAL LIFESTYLE BLOCK 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
on this amazing opportunity to build your dream home on your own rural retreat. Vendor Finance available to approved purchaser.
For more information please contact Owen Pettingill 0428 842 330 or Chris Manser 0417 414 127
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32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416 Chris Manser 0417 414 127 firstname.lastname@example.org Sales
Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416 Director
A 40 cr es
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22615 Bay Road, Mount Schank
NBN NBN Available
11 Millard Street, Donovans
RLA 185 456 Owen Pettingill Licensed Agent
22 Donovans Road, Donovans
• 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
• Beautifully presented home offering an open plan living area including a practical kitchen with a walk in pantry and breakfast bar. • Large family room with r/c split system air conditioner, s/c wood ﬁre and trendy stairwell. • Huge upstairs master bedroom with a full wall of built in robes & r/c air conditioner. 4 1 2
A 10 cr es
397 Old Boundary Road, Allendale East
Garth Manser 0417 071 180 email@example.com Sales
ALL OFFERS INVITED • 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
32-34 Donovans Road, Donovans
19 Dry Creek Road, Donovans
11 Mark Street, Nelson
• Beautiful & spacious 4 bedroom family home, set on 2 titles in the inviting township of Donovans. • Versatile ﬂoor plan offering up to 4 Br with 2 living area’s, providing a magniﬁcent viewing platform to the private gardens. • Updated bathroom, new ﬂooring, freshly painted inside & out. • Large lounge with s/c wood ﬁre
10 Casuarina Grove, Nelson
8 Moonah Avenue, Nelson
• Exceptional brick and colorbond home located in the peaceful river township of Nelson. • Three spacious bedrooms all with BIR’s plus large lounge with s/c wood heating & r/c air conditioning • Galley kitchen with electric cooking, formal dining, family area & huge bathroom with corner spa. • Quality outdoor entertaining
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Lovely elevated 3 bedroom home Large lounge with s/c wood heating & beautiful river outlook. Timber kitchen/dining with electric cooking Single garage UMR plus under house storage Large balcony with spectacular views of the Glenelg River
11 Thompson Court, Moorak
MOUNT VIEW ESTATE Tollner/Crafter Road, Mount Gambier
• Immaculate timber home on an elevated block in the popular township of Nelson • Breathtaking views over the river mouth & sea • Spacious lounge with r/c air conditioning • Practical kitchen with servery to the dining room • Large dining room with electric heat bank heater • 4 BRMs (master with BIR’s)
7 Thompson Court, Moorak
• As new 4 year old Blue Lake Home on 796m2 allotment in popular river township of Nelson. • Beautiful open plan living area with s/c wood heating. • 3 large bedrooms. • Kitchen with electric cooking, breakfast bar and walk in pantry. • Tranquil outdoor entertaining area perfect for summer barbeques.
46 Sturt Street, Nelson
• Relaxed lifestyle, amongst lovely manicured gardens & opposite the Glenelg River. • Offering open plan living area, providing a magniﬁcent viewing platform to the private gardens & the banks of the Glenelg River. • Features include a 1 bedroom (with WIR), inviting lounge with the convenience of r/c air conditioning, large galley style kitchen with Smeg gas appliances 1 1 1
• Fantastic weekender, just a stone’s throw from the river • As new 2 y.o. 1BR kit home with ensuite, open plan kitchen & living, gas heating & gas HWS • Lined garage with shower, WC & separate gas HWS • Rainwater & equipped bore • It’s all here, just bring the boat & ﬁshing rods & enjoy the Summer holidays
• Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen • In conjunction from Gebhardts NBN 4 2 6
Lot 2 Private Road, Carpenter Rocks
• Luxurious 2-storey family home with lovely rural ambience • Upper level - 4BR, including master with WIR & lavish ensuite • Lower level - stylish kitchen overlooking spacious open plan living & pergola, 3rd living & study • 5th BR or Guest room with ensuite • Huge dble garage UMR plus extra shedding for caravan or boat NBN
17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong
Starting From $135,000
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST • 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.
• 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
173 Uphills Road, Kongorong
A 50 cr es
• 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
34 Kitty Temple Road, Caveton $459,000
A 14 cr es
729 Kangaroo Flat Road, Glencoe
• 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.
13 Compton Rise Crescent, Suttontown $435,000
• 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.
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• Unique country location, providing pet friendly accommodation to the traveler or those just wanting a peaceful retreat • Manager’s residence consists of 4BR, 2 Bathroom home with open plan living • 2 self-contained cottages - 1BR & recently renovated 2BR • Facilities for dogs & horses complete the property • This 4 star rated business offers a great chance to escape the city & work from home. 7 4 4
A 3.7 cr es
• Covenant in place to ensure increased value & growth
A 6.6 cr es
• Mount Gambier’s Premier New Subdivision
• Welcome to 13 Compton Rise, offering a magniﬁcent lifestyle property situated on 3.70 Acres, just minutes from Mt Gambier. • Built in 2011, this 4 bedroom home has been designed for comfortable family living, offering a huge open plan living area and a modern kitchen with elec cooking & d/washer. • Main bedroom with ensuite & WIW and the Main bathroom with separate powder area & WC
SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Carolyn Gazzard 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Donna Nankivell 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Mel Milich Emma Beare
10 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier firstname.lastname@example.org www.vickiquinnrealestate.com.au
13 Maxwell Street
15 Brigalow Crescent
OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30AM
OPEN SATURDAY 10.15 - 10.45AM
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.
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. 5 KW Solar Panels ensures power bills are kept to a minimum. An inspection of this surprise package is sure to impress. Currently returning $260 per week.
4 McGregor Street
3/47 Jubilee Highway West
1/2A Lake Terrace West
8 Blackall Street
OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30AM 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.
11 Max Young Drive
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.
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.
AFFORDABLE FOR A FAMILY Renovated family home. Currently comprised as 4 bedrooms plus dedicated ofﬁce. Main bedroom has walk-in robe and combined parent’s retreat. Built-in robes in second bedroom. 2 bathrooms, 1 on each level. Renovated kitchen with electric cooking + s/steel dishwasher. Spacious lounge elevated & opening out to balcony. Single garage UMR with remote & loads of extra storage. Superb rear outdoor entertaining. Seriously nothing to do here, just move in & enjoy.
19 Wireless Road West
Welcome Donna! Vicki and the team are rapt to welcome Donna Nankivell as our full time Property Manager. Coming from an insurance background, Donna has over 20 years’ experience in the customer service industry. Donna has completed Property Management training at the Real Estate College of SA. Thinking outside the square to resolve any issue, you can be assured that Donna will have your best interests at the core of everything she does.
BRAND NEW AND READY FOR YOU Absolutely stunning 4 bedroom home just completed. Ensuite and walk in robe to the Master. Built in robes in remaining bedrooms Quality window furnishings. Light ﬁlled open plan living/kitchen with walk in pantry and fridge space plumbed. Separate formal lounge Opulent main bathroom. Ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Pop up sprinklers front and rear. Close to Saint Martins Lutheran School. Living here is easy.
11A Shepherdson Road
$299,000 - $310,000
19 Emerald Drive
LOW MAINTENANCE LUXURY Simply stunning courtyard home, elevated and in the Lakes location. Comprising of 2 double bedrooms plus a study nook. Open plan kitch/dine and living with solid timber ﬂooring, stainless steel gas cooktop, electric oven and dishwasher. Sliding doors spill to outdoor entertaining. Main bedroom has a WIR and ensuite. Bedroom 2 is ideal as a guest room with ensuite access to the main bathroom which is 3 way. Lightﬁlled study area with built in desk and cabinets.
INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK 35 Dalkeith Drive
9 Stuart Court
DECEPTIVE IN SIZE AND DESIGN Vicki Quinn Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this 4 to 5 bedroom home. Situated in the newer area of Conroe Heights. Elevated at the end of a quiet cul de sac. Offering up to 3 living areas. This quality home boasts formal and informal living areas. A large games room opens to the alfresco dining overlooking the rear yard. The Master bedroom offers a spacious walk in robe and opulent ensuite with a double vanity and large spa bath.
SPACIOUS AND LUXURIOUS Simply stunning 4 bedroom home with no expense spared. The master bedroom has plenty of storage with built-in robes plus a walk-in robe. There’s also plenty of space in the luxurious ensuite with a double vanity & double shower plus a separate toilet. The gourmet kitchen features an elegant 2 pak ﬁnish, granite bench tops & an enormous walk-in pantry. A spacious family room is ﬁnished off with an ornate bay window feature. Children have their own area with a large rumpus room, which would also be ideal as a games or theatre room. Rich 14mm solid jarrah ﬂooring is laid through the high trafﬁc areas of the home. Enjoy all year round comfort with ducted heating throughout. Relax and entertain family & friends in the north facing alfresco area. Vehicle access is available to the rear yard with ample space for extra shedding. Arrange an inspection today and uncover all that this property has to offer.
27 Tolmie Street
RENTALS 4/10 William St 2
Avail 27.6.16 @ $230 p/wk
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Avail now @ $250 p/wk
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Avail 11.7.16 @ $265 p/wk
Avail 30.6.16 @ $390 p/wk
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Avail now @ $350 p/wk
1/2A Lake Tce West 3
27C Hart St 3
Avail 28.6.16 @ $250 p/wk
11 Lansell St 4
1/9 Heriot St 2
Avail now @ $220 p/wk
13 Jubilee Hwy West
3A Coolabah St 3
10 Powell St 3
Avail 11.7.16 @ $200 p/wk
1/3 Arbor St
BARGAIN BUYING IN THE ST MARTINS AREA Well kept 4 bedroom home located in the popular St Martins area. Ensuite with WIR to spacious master bedroom. BIR in remaining bedrooms. Large formal lounge- ideal home theatre and superb views from the open plan living areas. Lovely 2 pak kitchen with walk-in pantry and stainless steel gas cooking. Warmed with ducted gas central heating and cooled with reverse cycle split system. Internal access from the double garage UMR plus an additional single garage with vehicle access- ideal for a boat or car enthusiast.
CALLING BUSY FIRST HOME BUYERS Impressive 3 bedroom home of solid construction. Renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Spacious open plan kitchen/lounge and dining. Ideal 2nd living room or games room. Stunning bathroom with sep shower/bath. Unique study nook. Gorgeous polished boards. Sheltered outdoor entertaining. Double Garage with remote panel lift door. Immaculately presented and styled. An inspection will certainly impress
Avail now @ $400 p/wk (Furnished)
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.
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TWO WORDS --- BIG SHEDS
17 - 19 Arthur Street Tarpeena • • • • • •
29483 Princes Highway Glenburnie • • • • •
Huge allotment of 1394 m 3 Bedrooms. Large lounge room with R/C Huge kitchen/dining room Double carport plus double iron shed 5000 gal rain water tank plumbed to house. 2
3 274 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier
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17 Patricia Court Mount Gambier
Gas central heating – R/C split system Single garage UMR + detached colorbond garage
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.
GREAT ONE TO START WITH
WHAT ABOUT THE VIEW!
ONE FOR THE INVESTOR
36 Shepherdson Road Mount Gambier • • • • •
• 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and en-suite. • Open kitchen/dining/living area, kitchen with stainless steel appliances. • Outdoor undercover entertaining area • 9m x 9m shed + 7m x 6m carport • Gas ducted heating throughout
988m2 allotment 4 bedrooms, 3 with built-in robes + main with ensuite Open plan kitchen overlooking dining/family
door, power and concrete ﬂoor
BIG HOUSE --- BIG SHEDS!
23 Navajo Drive Mount Gambier • • • • •
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
Large rear sunroom, Pergola area Double size stone shed, concrete ﬂoor & power
Corner allotment of 748m Large lounge room with wood ﬁre & ceiling fan Good size bedrooms all with built-in robes Open plan kitchen, L shape dining area
RENOVATED AND LARGE SHED WITH WORKSHOP
SWEET, NEAT AND COMPLETE
24 Birdwood Avenue Mount Gambier • • • • • •
THIS HOME HAS THE LOT
UPDATED STONE HOME
• 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
6332 m2 allotment Good size lounge room with A/C Open plan kitchen/dining Two bedrooms both have built in robes roller Double stone shed with power, concrete ﬂoor and doors. Small stone shed
Electric hot water plus water softener
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55 Banksia Street Mount Gambier
STONE HOME ON CORNER ALLOTMENT
OWN YOUR OWN SANCTUARY
OPEN Saturday 2.00-3.00
12 Eltolla Court Mount Gambier • • • • • •
6m x 8m shed & 5m x 10m mans shed Double garage UMR, auto doors + Carport UMR Electric hot water plus water softener
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Perfectly located 3 bedroom brick unit Carpeted bedrooms, main with built-in robe lounge with gas wall heating + timber kitchen
Enclosed patio with access to rear courtyard & garden area, also garage UMR • Quiet location currently tenanted
4 10 Bellshire Place Mount Gambier
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8 Pinehurst Drive Mount Gambier • • • • • •
121 Pick Avenue Mount Gambier
Three bedrooms on block of 609m Good size kitchen with gas stove Separate lounge room with heater Rear sun room or possible 4th bedroom Enclosed backyard plus single carport
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Gas hot water plus water softener
DOESN’T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS!
A NEW QUALITY HOME
main • 3 main bedrooms with built-in robes + ensuite in & • 2 attractive living areas, open plan kitchen/dining adjoining study. + 6m x • Double garage UMR with large outdoor living area 6m colorbond double garage • In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate
12 Marlow Court Mount Gambier
including stone fencing the Blue • Sweeping views across Mount Gambier towards Lake
Updated ﬂooring, kitchen & bathroom Electric oven, Dishwasher Currently leased at $180 per week
• Situated in an outstanding growing area and circled quality built homes • Huge 1066m2 allotment with all amenities available
Group of three situated in West Street Close to the CBD, shops and schools Two bedrooms, both with built-in robes
WELL-DESIGNED EXECUTIVE HOME
3 7/151 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier
3/7 West Street Mount Gambier • • • • • •
4 bedrooms, main with WIR, bed 2 & 3 with BIR Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge room Currently leased at $27 P/W ﬁxed until 31/08/14
5 1 Annette Street Mount Gambier
8 Foot ceilings and insulated Double garage with auto doors & internal access Auto sprinklers, instant hot water
• 2146m Allotment 5th • 5 Bedrooms with walk-in robes, main with ensuite, currently used as ofﬁce and • 2 Car garage UMR with internal access, auto doors cupboards space • Separate double shed with 3 phase power 2
3 Bedrooms. Main has walk-in robe & ensuite Two other bedrooms both have built in robes Large open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room
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2 6 Pawsey Place Millicent
• Brand new 2 bedroom unit in the highly sought after community group behind Woolworths range • Purchaser can select all interior ﬁt from builders to main • Town centre, low maintenance living, short walk street and shops
2 1/21 Acacia Street Mount Gambier • • • • •
Great location in a sort after area Two bedrooms one boasting built-in robes Original timber kitchen with electric cooking
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• A charming 2 storey house with fantastic views at Pelican Point areas • Comprising 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms and two living • Panoramic views from upstairs balcony • Partially furnished • Double garage. Boat & ride on mower included
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min • Situated just off the Casterton highway approx. 30 from Mount Gambier 2 • 4 bedroom timber frame home set on 4678 m lot + R/C in re ﬁ wood S/C • Large lounge and dining room, lounge & main bedroom
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24 Messenger Road, Penola
• Be charmed by this 3 bedroom Mt Gambier stone home situated on a corner allotment within the Blue Lake area. • Formal lounge with new carpet • Renovated bathroom/separate toilet • Kitchen/dining with new ﬂoa ng mber ﬂoorboards WEB Id. 9702278 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3 1
54 Bay Road, Mt Gambier
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You will instantly fall in love with this 4 bedroom 2 bathroom family residence, a mix of old and new and burs ng with character. Set on a corner allotment framed with established gum trees just 1.2kms from the town centre. Horse enthusiasts will fall in love with ﬁrst class stables, round yard. 60x20m fenced arena, 5 acres of electriﬁed paddocks and excellent fencing. WEB Id. 9553671 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 4 2 4
• Don’t pass on this opportunity to own a slice of Bay Road • Comprising of 3 large bedrooms, main with walk-in-robe • Lovely formal lounge situated at the front of the home • Kitchen/meals area • Bathroom with separate shower and bath WEB Id. 9423663 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3
15 Crouch St North, Mt Gambier
23 Yeates Street, Mt Gambier
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58 Wehl Street South, Mt Gambier
• No power or water bills, Extra income • Poten al to subdivide (STC) • 3 Acres, awesome loca on • 4bedrooms, 2 bathrooms • +Granny ﬂat – 2bedroom, 1 bathroom • Detached rumpus room Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693
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• Prime land of 837m2 for development in centre of town • Located opposite the popular Reidy Park School and close to Tenison Woods College • Privately posi oned with wide driveway entrance • Opportunity to build you family home or develop STCC WEB Id. 8315977 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756
• Walk in-walk out. Fully furnished, just bring food and the ﬁshing rods • See the ocean from your front decking, only 400m from boat ramp and shops • Perfect for ge ng away with friends and family • Great holiday rental property WEB Id. 6878088 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756
Kalangadoo - 818 Mt McIntyre
• Pannells Road, Allendale East SA (Contact Agent) • 241 Acres (200 arable) of highly productive land • 140 Acres approx. under centre pivot irrigation • 1x8 span and 1x7 span electric pivots • Water taking licence (un-conﬁned) of approx. 420meg • 22 Swing over dairy milking 240 cows • Near new Feedtech system • 11,600lt milk storage
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• 667acre/270 ha dairy with heavy deep loam soil structures • 5 yr old 60 stand rotary dairy • 256 acres of irrigated land • 100.4 ha/IE water licences (47.8 ha/IE Conﬁned & 52.6 ha/IE Unconﬁned) • Capacity to milk upwards of 600 cows • Extensive Infrastructure
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• First home buyers, Investors & Buyers wan ng to downsize all take note! • All the hardwork has been done for you here at 23 Yeates Street • 3 bedrooms, all with brand new carpe ng • Tastefully renovated bathroom WEB Id. 9610291 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3 1 3
Hammer Parade, Blackfellows Caves
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THE BUSINESS BUS IS BACK IN GLENELG Casterton and district residents can learn how to grow their businesses or given the tools to start a new operation with the Small Business Bus this month. The Victorian Government’s Small Business Bus is returning to Casterton on Wednesday, June 22, as part of its state wide tour, offering free advice, support and mentoring on how to take your business to the next level. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the visits were a great opportunity to receive one-on-one mentoring from friendly business specialists. “If you are looking to start a new business, have just opened the doors, or are a long term operator – this business bus is offering a great opportunity to receive free advice from business mentors. They will be on hand to provide advice on
how to grow your business and realise new market opportunities,” he said. “The bus, which is essentially an office on wheels, is packed with information on Small Business Victoria’s programs and services as well as tools and tips to help business operators.” Cr Oberlander said previous users of the service had found it “invaluable”. “The feedback on previous Business Bus visits has been very positive. Business owners have appreciated the advice which has assisted many in reviewing their business plans, ensuring they are growing their customer base and improving their marketing power.” The Small Business Bus will be located at the Casterton Town Hall from 10am to 4pm during its visit. Bookings are essential and can be reserved at business.vic.gov. au/sbb or call 13 22 15.
HEYWOOD FOOTBALLERS WELCOME IMPROVED PLAYING CONDITIONS Heywood footballers are enjoying a puddle free season with works now complete on a $352,000 drainage upgrade. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander officially opened the drainage works earlier this month during the club’s match against Branxholme Wallacedale. The upgrades include the installation of new drainage pipes and the lowering and cleaning of existing pipes. “The days of footballers dodging puddles on and off the oval at the Heywood Recreation Reserve are over,” Cr Oberlander said. “These works have significantly transformed the playing surface to ensure Heywood Recreation Reserve is a premier sporting venue, providing great conditions for South West District Football League games and club training. The $352,000 works have stopped water pooling across the venue, ensuring
the safety of players and to allow for an improved standard of play. Furthermore, it will make the Heywood Recreation Reserve an even more desirable location to host local events and activities over the winter months.” The investment was supported by a $60,000 State Government grant, with Glenelg Shire Council providing the remainder of funds. Cr Oberlander said the reserve was also used for cricket and community events including dog shows, car boot sales, and auctions, with the clubrooms a popular site for events and meetings, including weekly bingo sessions. “It is important that the Heywood Recreation Reserve is able to cope with these regular events and these works have ensured the venue has a quality playing surface and furthermore these works have reduced the pooling of
water across the reserve precinct,” he said. “I thank the Heywood Football Netball Club who transferred their first round game to allow for the grass to thicken and grow further, to ensure it could mature to this high standard. The club is showing great form on the field and netball court this season and I wish them all the best for the remainder of the year.”
things to ensure we’re offering even better quality training.” The 300 government funded places are being provided through the Victorian Training Guarantee (VTG) which broadens eligibility to government sponsored exemptions for study. The exemptions heavily offset the cost of a course and are only available through Victorian TAFE Institutes and not through private training providers. Under the changes people wanting to re-skill may now be eligible for funding for a qualification at the same or lower
level of existing qualifications and people can also qualify for a government-funded place when enrolling in a third course at the same level. Mid-year courses are available in hospitality, arts and media, plumbing, building and construction, automotive, aged care, disability and community services, early childhood education and care, agriculture, agronomy, conservation and land management, I.T, education support, training and assessment, hairdressing, beauty therapy, nail technology and massage.
NEW PLACES AND CUT RATE FEES ON OFFER AT TAFE South West TAFE is opening up 300 new government-funded places and slashing fees by up to 50 per cent across most courses. The new initiatives are being launched to coincide with mid-year intake and aim to make education and training more affordable and accessible. South West TAFE CEO Mark Fidge said the new fee structure was set in response to feedback from prospective students. “We want to make every opportunity available for people to enrol in courses that give them
real skills needed by employers,” Mr Fidge said. “We asked for feedback from industry and prospective students and there was a feeling that training was becoming too expensive. We’ve responded to that and set a new fee structure that reflects what students want.” Fees have been cut by an average of more than 30 per cent across 29 certificate courses that start from July. Some course fees have been cut in half. The new lower fee structure will also apply to students eligible for concessions.
Mr Fidge said TAFE was already tracking well against its targets with numbers matching 2015. “The new prices are in line with what students are asking for and we believe this will lead to a strong increase in mid-year enrolments,” he said. “We aim to be commercially competitive and want to reach out to as many people as possible while continuing to provide top quality accredited training. As a result of listening, we’ve not only adjusted our pricing but in some cases adjusted the way we do
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- 3 McKenzie’s Gelatine Leaves - 150ml buttermilk - 2 tbs caster sugar - 2 x 150g ctns Vaalia Lemon Creme yoghurt - 1/2 tsp finely grated lemon rind - 2 tbs citron vodka - 1 tbs lemon juice - 125g fresh blueberries
COLLECTED STUPIDITY - I’M GOING GREEN... By ROBBIE TANSEL Do you remember when you were a kid and you really cared about the environment? It was a time where you wanted to look after all animals, you thought recycling was important, you didn’t want to waste water and you were going to leave the world in a better condition for future generations. Then you became an adult. You still care about the environment as long as it doesn’t interfere with what you want to do. You care about some animals but some of them are so tasty. You still think recycling is important but mainly if you get the deposit. You don’t want to waste water but you really want to keep your lawn nice and green, even over Summer and there’s nothing better than a nice long shower. As for future generations, they just need to shut up and give you some peace and quiet. I’ve recently been inspired to care about the environment again. You see, I’ve been confronted with one of the biggest environmental issues ever. I’d never noticed it before. Now that I’ve realised what’s going on I’m outraged. Here it is. Hotel soap, moisturiser, shampoo and conditioner. Hotels provide complimentary soap, moisturiser, shampoo and conditioner for people staying at their establishment. I’ve done an extensive study and found
that the soaps are generally an average of twenty grams. The shampoo, conditioner and moisturiser average twenty five mL per serve. Let’s focus on the soap for the moment. Obviously the same arguments can be used for the other complimentary items as they’re all from the same family and are all wasted in the same way. The typical guest will stay at the hotel for a night, wake up in the morning and use the soap once in the shower in the morning. This will on average wear/wash off about half a gram of the original soap. The cleaners will then come later in the morning after the guest has departed, throw the soap into the bin, wasting the other nineteen and a half grams of soap. How hypocritical to have some sign on the mirror saying, “In the interest of the environment, if you hang your towel we will not wash it, but if you would like new towels leave them on the floor and it will be replaced” while at the same time wasting ninety five percent of the soap. Here’s an issue for our politicians to get involved in. Where are the Greens on this one? It’s all well and good to carry on about the rainforests but what about whatever soap is made from? I’m pretty sure it comes from a soap tree or something. The average Australian spends 2.8 nights per year staying in hotel accommodation. Multiply this by Australia’s population of twenty four million people. Then factor in the average 19.5 grams of soap that is being discarded, and you’re talking about one
million, three hundred and ten thousand four hundred kilograms of soap that is being discarded each year, before we even factor in overseas visitors to our hotels. That’s enough soap to clean the dirty thoughts out of every teenage boy in Australia’s head two hundred and seventeen times. There are a few simple solutions to this issue. Solution number one would be not providing complimentary soap. Surely people can bring their own soap from home with them. It will require a little more organisation but they can then take it home and continue to use it. This will put the little soap making people out of business but jobs will probably be absorbed by the big soap makers who will have a slight increase in demand.
Method Step 1 Place gelatine leaves in a bowl and cover with cold water. Stand for 5 minutes to soften. Squeeze out excess liquid. Place the buttermilk and 1 tbs caster sugar in a small saucepan over low heat. Cook, stirring, for 2-3 minutes or until the sugar dissolves and mixture is just hot (do not boil). Remove from heat. Stir in gelatine until dissolved. Transfer to a bowl. Cool, stirring occasionally, for 20 minutes. Step 2 Gently whisk 1 ctn yoghurt into the buttermilk mixture. Whisk in the remaining yoghurt and lemon rind until just combined. Divide among 4 lightly greased 125ml (1/2 cup) metal dariole moulds. Place in the fridge for 4 hours or until set. Step 3 Meanwhile, place the vodka, lemon juice and remaining sugar in a small saucepan over low heat. Cook, stirring, for 2 minutes or until the sugar dissolves. Bring to the boil. Simmer for 2 minutes. Add the blueberries. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 3-4 minutes or until the blueberries release their juices and are just soft. Transfer to a bowl. Set aside to cool completely. Step 4 Turn panna cottas onto plates. Spoon over vodka blueberry syrup. lifestyle1.net | 23
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Solution two, would be that we get the little soap makers to make the soap even smaller. People are only using half a gram of soap, so hotels should only provide them with soap in half gram servings. No wastage. Problem solved, except for the fact we are still wasting plastic wrapping the soap. Solution number three is the best one. We simply don’t throw away the unused soap. We’re all friends. Not many of us have contagious skin conditions. I think we’re all adult enough to know the environment comes first and use some stranger’s soap. Let’s hear what the candidates have to say on this one. They should email me at email@example.com
HIPPO! HIPPO! A BIG NEW Musical Adventure! is based on the phenomenally successful children’s classic, There’s a Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Cake, written by Australian children’s author Hazel Edwards and illustrated by Deborah Niland. The family friendly production is set to hit the stage of the Lighthouse Theatre, in Warrnambool, on June 16. HIPPO is the imaginary friend of GIRL, a young child. GIRL believes that HIPPO lives on the roof and can seemingly do anything he wants, when he wants, how he wants, particularly the things that GIRL is unable or not allowed to do. Through HIPPO, GIRL is able to allay her fears and gain confidence in her early childhood years.
COMBINING LIFE ON THE LAND WITH TRIPLE ZERO PRESSURE using that as inspiration. “We haven’t worked this hard for the past two years to just walk away. I love that we can work as a family. We’re outdoors and I love the challenge and there’s so much to learn,” Lauren said. She admits it has been a steep learning curve. “There are so many balls to juggle. I thought I would be a relief milker; I didn’t expect to be a farm manager or need to know chemistry, physics and accounting. There’s a lot more to it than people realise.” In a short period of time, Lauren has become a passionate advocate for the industry and hopes her welfare background will help her to make a difference. She has joined Dairy Australia’s Young Dairy Network, become involved in discussion groups and is active on social media promoting the needs of farmers. “We need to stick together and make our voice heard,” Lauren said. “Australia produces such amazing fresh produce and that’s under threat if we don’t look after each other.” Lauren believes community support in the wake of the recent farmgate milk price cut could be the start of major changes for dairy farmers. “Once we started spreading social media posts and putting the human factor into it, people were saying this isn’t right; what can we do?” Lauren was pleased to see branded milk selling out in local supermarkets. “We know the domestic market is small compared to the international
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By day, Lauren Peterson is a Legendairy farm manager, mum and student, but every weekend she also keeps the community safe as a triple zero emergency call centre supervisor. It might seem like an odd and busy combination for a self-confessed city girl, but Lauren has taken to farming like a cow to grass. Before moving to south west Victoria with her partner Tony Hassett two years ago, Lauren admits she knew milk came from cows but not much more about dairy farming. “I always knew there was the potential to move to the country and farm,” said Lauren, who has a background of working in welfare. She is in the final year of a social sciences degree at university and has also enrolled in a Diploma of Agriculture course. Tony, who also works full time in emergency services, was raised in Melbourne but dreamt of following his grandparents who were dairy farmers at South Purrumbete. “Tony kept talking about it, so I said if I have to hear about cows they should be our cows so go and do something about it. He came home the next day and said he’d found a farm to lease.” Now relocated to a second leased farm at Boorcan where they milk nearly 100 of their own cows plus an additional 30 for the retired farm owners, Lauren and Tony are determined to ride through the industry’s tough times. “Obviously it’s a rollercoaster,” she said. “We poured all our savings and liquidity into buying cows and like any new small business there’s a lot of start-up debt, but we’re
market, but in the big scheme of things, it does impact. This was a chance for consumers to show they support and value Australian dairy and send a message that $1 milk devalues our product. People have really taken to it.” Lauren and Tony are Fonterra suppliers and say they’re lucky they have off-farm income to help them survive the price cut. Lauren has worked at the Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority 000 for 10 years, originally in Melbourne and more recently at the Ballarat Centre which looks after regional Victoria. Her role is to oversee 000 emergency call-takers and the radio despatchers who review and prioritise jobs. “It’s very rewarding but it’s a bit like agriculture; you need to be resilient and resourceful and have good communications skills,” she said. With Audrey, six months and Paddy, two, life is busy for Lauren who drives every Saturday to Ballarat for her 12-hour shift, and Tony who continues his full-time work. “We don’t get much sleep and at times it can be a bit overwhelming,” Lauren said. “We love the sense of community. We wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for the support from everyone around us.” Right - Tony, Lauren and their children Audrey and Paddy loving the challenge of working as a family.
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“I choose a lazy person to do a hard job because a lazy person will find a eazy way to do it” – Bill Gates
BEACHPORT COMMUNITY GETS BEHIND FUNDRAISING EFFORTS A wonderful success story for the Stand Like Stone Foundation is the recent growth of the Beachport Community Sub Fund due to the energy of Emma Webber and the support of the Beachport District Development Association (BDDA). The Beachport Communty Sub Fund was established in 2011 when Elise Reilly took part in Swinging with the Stars. Elise raised more than $6500 and was voted the People’s Choice winner due to her fundraising efforts for the Beachport Community. The Sub Fund has sat dormant for a number of years until recently when Emma agreed to take part in 2016 Swinging with the Stars (after being tapped on the shoulder by Dianne Roach & the BDDA). Emma set an ambitious target to build the Sub Fund to $20K. She is well on the way to achieving this target thanks to the support of local businesses and individuals, as well as Emma’s incredible energy. Stand Like Stone is grateful to the Beachport community for getting behind Emma and ensuring that the Beachport Community Sub Fund will give back to that local community for years to come.
PDH TO PHASE OUT SUGARY DRINKS AND REDUCE CORDIAL AVAILABLILITY Portland District Health (PDH) will phase out the sale of sugary drinks over the next two years as part of a Victorianfirst initiative to set a healthy example to the community. PDH is one of 13 health services from Geelong to Portland making the move to combat rising levels of obesity. The transformational step was initiated by Western District Health Service last November when it became the first health service in Australia to remove sugary drinks from sale. Chief Executive Rohan Fitzgerald encouraged other health services to make the change, and says it’s vital that community leaders and organisations support people to make healthier choices. “We believe we need to take a more active role in ensuring that consumers understand just how much sugar there is in soft drinks and energy / sports drinks and the detrimental effects on health and lifestyle associated with sugary drink overconsumption,” Mr Fitzgerald said. PDH CEO Chris Giles said PDH was setting itself the task of being a healthy workplace and leading by example to promote a healthier lifestyle. However, she said that unlike smoking, consuming sweet drinks would not be banned at PDH. “People are quite welcome to bring their own sweet drinks but after two years we won’t be supplying any,” she said. Ms Giles said there was a wealth of research that proved sweet drinks are an unhealthy option. “As a partner of the Portland SEAchange initiative, it is important we show leadership in the fight against obesity within our community,” she said. In addition to removing the
sugary drinks on sale, PDH is working with dietitians and removing cordial from the organisation. The removal of cordial supplied to staff and patients will be the first part of the approach, followed by the removal of soft drinks from vending machines. It is expected carbonated soft drinks, including diet options, will be cut out within 24 months from the remaining sales areas. Ms Giles said the practice of supplying cordial to staff and patients started because of concerns about the taste of Portland’s water, however new substitutes will be made available. “We’re consuming six bottles of cordial a day which is a very unhealthy stance,” Ms Giles said. “We’re instead aiming to make filtered water available for patients and staff which will have an acceptable taste,” she said. The following year PDH plans to remove sugary drinks from sale in the kiosk. This will include sweet fruit juices but there are plans to introduce healthy, freshly-made replacements like smoothies. Approved flavoured milk options will be retained at this stage. “We’re in the business of promoting health and sugary drinks are proven to be an unhealthy option,” Ms Giles said. “We are phasing in the changes over time and consulting staff and our community to ensure they understand the good public health reasons for doing this. It’s still free choice; people can bring soft drinks or juices to the hospital but we’re not going to make it available.” Statistics show that Australia’s consumption of soft drinks and sports
drinks is amongst the highest in the world, with a study in 2012 revealing that 1.28 billion litres of sugary drinks were consumed over a 12 month period. Director of Deakin University’s WHO Collaborating Centre for Obesity Prevention, Professor Steven Allender, welcomed the move. “This is a fantastic example of this region showing international leadership facing one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century in obesity and related conditions like diabetes and heart disease,” Professor Allender said. “Across Australia more than three quarters of kids exceed the WHO guidelines for daily sugar intake. The research among children in the Great South Coast shows that, as with many parts of Australia, overweight and obesity is a major issue. The willingness of the leaders in the
region to address this problem is cause for great hope. This health service initiative is just one example of how individuals and organisations, big and small, can and must work together within their areas of influence to make the change they want to see in their communities,” Professor Allender said. The healthcare providers who have joined the call to discontinue the sale of sugary drinks are Barwon Health, Casterton Memorial Hospital, Colac Area Health, Hesse Rural Health Service, Heywood Rural Health, Lorne Community Hospital, Moyne Health Services, Otway Health and Community Services, Portland District Health, South West Healthcare, Terang and Mortlake Health Service, Timboon Healthcare and Western District Health Service.
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SURF’S UP Steve’s Place is arguably one of the most iconic businesses in the South East and in 2016 this famous surf shop is celebrating 50 years. Founder Steve Woolston started a trend in coastal surf shops back in 1966 even before big name surf brands like Billabong and Quiksilver were on the scene. A shearer from Keith, Steve seems like the unlikely salty surfer those in Robe and surrounds have come to know him as. “I knew this bird in Adelaide, and one of her friends had a boyfriend who was a surfer,” Steve said. “We went down to Moana beach to watch these surfers on long boards and I thought it sounded like a good idea at the time. I started off learning to surf, came back to Keith and one of the blokes, Bob Lowe, who worked for Westpac at the time, had an old FJ Panel Van and he surfed. He asked where the nearest surf was, and I didn’t know but said maybe Kingston, Robe or somewhere near there.” Steve and Bob took off for the weekend and found surf in Robe at the other end of Long Beach. “It was called Black Fellows then, at Boatswains Point, and we had a bit of a surf there, and that’s my first experience of surfing in Robe,” he said. “Off the point there is a bit of a reef and on a good wind and that you get some good waves, but that was
BY KATE FOREMAN back then.” Steve was hooked, and so started to become more involved with the surf scene in Adelaide and at Moana. While still living and shearing in Keith, Steve and a group of “four or five” formed the Green Desert Surf Riders. The group would come to Robe on a Friday night to go surfing at what is known as Third Ramp. “That was before the car park was cut in… that went on for about two years I suppose, with old Eddy and Gladdy Pascoe, there was a group of us,” said Steve. The road out to Third Ramp is now named after Steve, perhaps a homage to days gone by. “After the shearing season one year, I came down just before summer and there seemed to be a lot of people around,” said Steve. “At this point I had an association with Geoff’s Surf Shop in Adelaide, so I rang the owner Ronnie Smith and said there are a lot of people down this way we might be able to flog some surfboards off too. So I got a job with David Stanhope as an electricians off-sider, and I would work for him and sell surf gear out the back of my station wagon, I’d flog off surfboards to the locals.” From here Steve would live and work out of the Junction House, making his first surf shop an extension of Geoff’s Surf Shop based in Robe. “We had a few board
shorts and surfboards, we had none of the gear they have now,” he said. Steve would spend the off season shearing in Keith, and then would return to Robe in the summer to spend days at the beach and sell surf gear. As Robe became busier, Steve saw an opportunity to open another shop, one which would become his own. “I spoke to Ronnie Smith and asked if I could open another shop in Robe, he said yeah so we brought a corrugated iron single car garage, you know the one you assemble yourself,” he said. “At that time a guy called Doug Stewart was building the roadhouse and I said why don’t we put the tin shed there where the hardware store is now, but the council objected so we moved it to the other side. I had this tin shed with all this gear, we had a good summer that year - the place became more popular, and there was plenty of guys hanging around, it was a great summer I remember. I went back shearing, and the shed just stood there empty. I came down one weekend and the shed was gone, someone had stolen the bloody shed, the whole shed.” Steve’s surf shop wasn’t gone for long, soon after Steve was in touch with “old Jock Barrows” who owned the Caledonian Hotel (known as the Temperance Hotel then) and Jock had a vacant building attached to the hotel which Steve soon turned into Steve’s Place. The building, which is now the Cally’s bottle shop had a freezer in the back where Steve would sleep and when he wasn’t surfing, he was selling surf gear. “We had that shop there for oh… I don’t know how long, quite a few years off and on,” he said. “We would come down for the summer, stay until after Easter, and then I would shoot through to go shearing and old Jock would hold the premises for us until the next year.” It wasn’t long before Steve met himself a local girl, her family owned the building next to the Guichen Bay Motel, and for years Steve used a room out the back of the property for his shop. Steve’s Place became a 12 monthly thing, except for two to three months of the year when Steve would head to Queensland or overseas surfing. “It went on and on, and after time it (the shop) got out of control because it wasn’t big enough,” said Steve. Popularity was growing in not only the seaside town of Robe, but in the sport of surfing and people were travelling from Adelaide and all over the South East to get in on the prices Steve had in his shop. After a night with the lads, Steve said he and fellow surfer David (the Hawk) Curkpatrick, a super spreader, who now lives in Kingston, were talking about a vacant lot where he would leave his trucks. The building, an old fish factory at the time, was getting a bit derelict and the Hawk suggested he would go down to the real estate to find out the price. “David came back and I said how much do they want for it and he said we’re going halves,” said Steve. “I’ve lifestyle1.net | 28
brought half and you’ve brought half. So it was the two of us in it for a while, at that time junk and stuff was being sold out of it. When I first moved in here we would sell jocks and socks, wetsuits, surfboards, ladies make-up, you name it we sold it, we had RM Williams cowboy boots, this was the shop in town where you could get anything from.” The vision for Steve was that eventually he would turn this old building into his surf shop, and after 12 months his vision started to become a reality. “Hawk came to me and said he wanted to get out for what he got in, so I had to dig up the money,” Steve said. “So I went flat out sorting the thing out, moved out of the room I was selling surf gear from and opened up down here. It just went from strength to strength, while the place was firing we started extending (to other areas of the building).” Before it was Steve’s Place, it was a hairdresser, then a Fisheries Department
and even the ANZ Bank was held in part of the building. It was also Barney Sneath’s Café, where local and visiting surfers would hang out for breakfast, before heading out in search for waves. “It would cost us $1 for Weetbix, toast with vegemite, a banana and a cup of coffee,” said Steve. “And one day old Barney and I were talking about surfing and surf contests, and stuff like that and somebody said why don’t we have a surfing contest and old Barney said oh yeah we can do that, “I’ll give you 10 pound to start it off” and he did and that’s how the Easter Classic started.” The Easter Classic is now in its 48th year, and is one of the longest running surf contests in Australia. “It was a free for all really, up until now we’ve always stuck to the same rules and it never changed even under all sorts of pressure from different organisations that run surfing programs,” said Steve. “We always stayed local. And there’s always been a
SA winner, except for twice in 1993/94 when Victorian Geoff Tarr won the comp, he was a team rider for Rip Curl though.” Steve’s Place has been an institution in the town of Robe, and has seen many generations of surfers through its doors. For Steve it’s still unbelievable to him that his idea of selling surf gear out the back of his station wagon became this booming staple shop for locals and visitors to Robe. Steve credits the quality of the gear and the low mark-up’s to his longevity in retail. “When I started there were no other clothes shops in Robe, and I always maintained low prices and quality gear,” he said. “It meant more work and more turn over, but in the long run we got the popularity. I would say we contributed a lot to the tourism in Robe, a lot of people would save up and do their Christmas shopping with us because we had such great prices.” Steve never felt that he needed to advertise the business either, with wordof-mouth such a powerful tool in any industry, pure chatter gave Steve’s Place its iconic stature. “We started up before Billabong, there was no Quiksilver, no Rip Curl, none of them, and since they’ve come on the scene we’ve always stocked the big three,” he said. “We also started the first surf movies in Robe, over the January long weekend we would open up the Institute and a guy called David (the Mexican) Sumpter brought the film over with Doug Warbrick (owner and founder of Rip Curl) we showed the first
BY KATE FOREMAN $250,000 FOUNDATION APPEAL TARGET
surf movie ever to be shown in Robe to a packed house. After that it got bigger and bigger, we had bands come and play, we packed the place out with surf stomps, until things got out of hand one Easter - we had 400 to 500 people outside the Institute and 100 inside, it was scary stuff and there was no more after that.” Both of Steve’s sons, Lee and Sam, worked summers and weekends at the shop growing up. “Lee worked here but was never really interested in it, this has always been Sam’s thing, he loves it,” Steve said. “Sam always wanted to take it over and I could see as years went by I didn’t have the ‘go’ to change anything. He’s turned it into how you see it now, which it needed to be turned into, I would have never done anything like it, maybe if I was 20 years younger.” Steve retired in July of 2011 leaving it up to Sam and his girlfriend Hattie Verco to make the decisions and keep Steve’s Place a booming part of the growing retail experience in Robe. “Sam is doing a great job, he and Hattie make a great pair,” Steve said. “The only thing is I wish they would make a more permanent arrangement, they’ve done a great job with the shop.” Since 2011, Sam has transformed Steve’s Place but still kept the charm and “old school” feel of the space. Sam believes Steve’s Place is so popular with people because it hasn’t really changed over the past 50 years. Even though new brands and equipment have been added,
the aesthetics of the shop have always remained the same and the prices have always been low. The shop has had a recent face-lift but customers can still run in with their sandy feet and wetsuits on. Sam’s fresh new look for the shop is complemented by the old school boards on the roof and the pieces of Steve’s Place memorabilia scattered throughout the shop, like Steve’s original till which is still used today. “The plan is to keep improving the store, keep it small business and current,” said Sam. “Steve’s Place is a way of life and we have a great following already, so just keeping it moving forward, up to date with the latest in surf trends is what will set us apart from other stores like us. Our next big change will be to head online with a website, so we can reach more customers and keep our out of town customers in the loop as well.” To celebrate this birthday milestone Steve’s Place is stocking 50 Year merchandise from hoodies, to t-shirts, hats and stubby holders and stickers, of course. In the past few years surf company O’Neil has even created t-shirts with prints of Steve and his mates on Long Beach adding to the iconicness of the business. “We plan to build our brand into the future as well, with more apparel like the O’Neil t-shirts,” said Sam. “Building a Steve’s Place brand has been a focus for us as it allows visitors, and even the locals, to take a piece of Robe away with them, this sort of merchandise has been a great seller. We are really
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lucky to be on the road between Adelaide and Melbourne, Robe is such a popular Limestone Coast destination and we certainly feel we have the best location in the South East for a surf shop.” As for the longevity of the shop, Sam believes it comes down to the history, charm and the surf which makes it a favourite for all those who visit. “Even with the few adjustments we’ve made over the years, Steve’s Place has kept its charm,” he said. “We haven’t modernised it, and it still feels like a museum of boards and surf culture when you walk in. We have great prices and offer all the surfing needs to those locally and those travelling through who want to make the most of our waves.” From small humble beginnings, Steve Woolston has created an iconic South East business to be proud of, one which has stood the test of time. Even though Steve has passed the control to Sam he still looks back on the past 50 years with fond memories, “Those were some great times,” he said. Here’s to another 50 years of Steve’s Place.” Above - Steve & Sam checking out some of thier latest stock. Opp. page - Steve using the original till; Steve & Sam outside the 50 year old business & Steve with a vintage longboard. Photos by Kristal Tonkin
The South West Community Foundation has set an ambitious minimum target of $250,000 for its 2016 appeal as it struggles to keep up with demand for support. The launch of the appeal follows the recent announcement of grants worth more than $150,000. The 2016 appeal is following the theme ‘Supporting the South West’. Appeal chairman Brad Henderson said that it was vital for the continued growth and granting power of the Foundation. “With interest rates so low, demand for grants increasing and inflation eating away at the value of what we can do, a target of $250,000 is really the minimum we would hope to achieve this year,” Mr Henderson said. “At a time when governments are looking for ways to restrict spending, the capacity for a region to be able to help itself is invaluable,” he said. “This seems to be particularly true in regional areas. “This year we were involved with distributing about $150,000, but this only covered about half of the requests we received. Next year we would love to be able to distribute $200,000 and get a little closer to meeting the needs of the region.” Supporting the South West is getting underway with a traditional post out and email appeal but this year several other ways to give are available. Donations can be made directly by smart phone by texting ‘GIVE’ to 0417 666 397. A simple regular gift or payroll deduction arrangement can also be quickly set up by contacting the Foundation’s Executive Officer, Karen Norris on 0437 756 082. “We live in a very fortunate and beautiful part of the world – but even here there are needs: Individuals that need support; ideas that will strengthen or enrich our communities; causes that depend on community input. The Foundation provides the opportunity for those who can to support those who can’t. It’s us ‘Supporting the South West.’ ” Mr Henderson said.
HAVE A VOICE ONLINE A new online engagement platform will assist Glenelg Shire residents to have a greater voice on council matters. Your Say Glenelg http://yoursay. glenelg.vic.gov.au/, launched this week, is a new consultation tool allowing Glenelg Shire Council residents to have a direct online link to council’s decision-making processes. The website provides access to key information of council’s core business, such as new strategies and plans, providing a variety of tools for the public to have their say and provide feedback. These tools include online discussion forums, guestbook feedback, surveys and forms, a storyteller mapper, quick poll and a Q&A section. The site also includes news feeds, photo galleries and project libraries with links to social media. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the website would transform the way council involves residents in decision making processes. “Never before have ratepayers had such a direct connection to our council. This is a one-stop-shop for all of the latest business council is currently working on,” he said. “Your Say Glenelg provides a reliable, responsive and cost effective tool to undertake community consultation with residents in the shire. It will ensure a greater percentage of our residents are engaged on matters of importance. “In this new digital landscape it will ensure everyone can be kept up-to-date and have a say on matters of importance with the click of a button.”
The Your Say Glenelg platform is used by more than 85 Local Government’s across Australia. Content included on the new site includes such things as the Draft Portland Industrial Land Strategy, Portland Heritage Gap Study, Glenelg Rural Land Use Strategy, the future of Portland’s Old Marina Jetty and the council’s proposed budget for the new financial year. Cr Oberlander urged the public to register for the site. “Log-on, register your details, and join this new digital conversation. Your feedback will greatly assist council in its decision making processes, ensuring community expectations are met at all times, whilst assisting us to build an important path for our shire’s future,” he said. Register today at http://yoursay. glenelg.vic.gov.au/ . All user details are confidential, and only used for consultation purposes.
This year’s Woolly West Fest, a month long celebration in Hamilton in July, is based on the book Extra Yarn by Mac Bennett. The Woolly West Fest is the brain child of local wool-craft artist Jacinta Wareham and writer Naomi Turner and celebrates an eclectic marriage of wool-craft and children’s literature. Living in the former Wool Capital of the World, wool seemed an obvious theme for an arts festival, but they didn’t want it to be just another yarnbombing event. Aligning the festival with sheepthemed children’s literature was the thing that finally helped the concept fall into place. There are a variety of community art projects and events as part of the program. Log onto woollywestfest. com This is the second time the wool themed arts fetival has been run. Last year it was based around the Mem Fox classic Where is the Green Sheep?
LOCAL RESIDENT SPIES RARE MOUSE
Hopes of a potential population of the rare Mitchell’s hopping mouse in the South East have been strengthened with two reports in Keith that have been confirmed through DNA identification. A Keith resident found the remains of a mouse in his backyard, and noticed its kangaroo-like hind legs and a unique feathered structure at the tip of its tail. The specimen was brought into the Natural Resources Centre at Keith for identification, and referred to the South Australian Museum for DNA testing. Dr Terry Bertozzi from the South Australian Museum identified the remains as Mitchell’s hopping mouse (Notomys mitchellii) and said it was likely to have originated in the region. The species, which is critically endangered in the South East, has only been recorded three times before in the region. With two more reported in Keith in recent months, this may suggest the presence of a population in the township.
Natural Resources South East Project Officer Cassie Hlava said if so, it was remarkable. “This is a really important record, and highlights the value of community members keeping an eye out for unusual plants and animals,” Ms Hlava said. “We encourage all residents in the region to be aware of the species, keep pets such as cats indoors at night, and report any sightings.” Mitchell’s hopping mouse is similar in size and colour to a house mouse, but it can be easily distinguished by its long legs and long tail with its fluffy, feathery tip. The mouse’s natural habitat includes mallee scrub land and heath growing on deep sand. If you have a sighting to report, or potential Mitchell’s hopping mouse remains to identify, please contact the Natural Resources Office in Keith (08)8755 1620. Photo courtesy of Nathan Johnson
JAYCEE BUILDS LASTING RELATIONSHIPS Jaycee Kindergarten is building new relationships with some of Portland’s oldest residents as part of an innovative new educational program. The four-year-old group are regularly meeting with Portland’s Bupa Aged Care Facility residents, reading, singing, talking and playing together as part of a plan to build greater connections between the kindergarten and wider community. Each month the pupils pack their favourite books, toys and games and make the short walk along Wellington Road to the neighbouring aged care facility for what is becoming a highlight of the early learning curriculum. Jaycee Kindergarten teacher Jessica Waite said the children were excited to be hosting the Bupa residents at their campus next week, Thursday 16 June, with a morning of fun activities, including playdough and craft sessions, planned. “It is fantastic to see the resident’s faces glow as the children interact with them through song, story and conversation,” she said. “Our last visit included performances of favourite children’s songs such as ‘Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star’ and ‘Old MacDonald had a Farm’ which the residents enjoyed interacting and singing
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along to. I am sure it brought back many fond memories of when they sang to their own children.” Ms Waite said the social connections created through the regular visits where bringing widespread benefits to both services. “These visits greatly support both the residents of Bupa and our children. Some of these residents suffer from dementia, memory loss and cognitive limitations. They find new energy when these enthusiastic little four-year-old visitors race into the room,” she said. “They are building lasting relationships and our children are gaining new confidence, particularly in their conversation skills. “It is an absolute delight to watch them interact and enjoy each other’s company.” lifestyle1.net | 30
TRIPPING THE LIGHT FANTASTIC FOR CHARITY The countdown is on for the 2016 line-up of stars putting in their final hours of rehearsal ahead of the June 25 Swinging With The Stars gala event. The major fundraiser for the Stand Like Stone Foundation is in its ninth year, and after weeks of rehearsals with Hype dance director Kim Cella, and hours spent fundraising, the class of 2016 are in the home stretch. Not only are the stars vying for the coveted mirror ball trophy for the couple selected by the 2016 judges, there is also the People’s Choice winner that goes to the dancer raising the most funds for the community foundation. Hosted at The Barn Palais, there are eight stars going head to head at the 2016 event, including husband and wife, Ali and Simon Vilani. For Ali Vilani, the spotlight is nothing new - she is a talented vocallist and works in the public eye through her variety of health and well being ventures. For Simon, however, it is way outside his comfort zone but the motiviation of not losing to his wife has seen him push hard and he is as well prepared as any of the novice performers set to take to the dance floor for the 2016 competition. This year’s other participants include junior primary teacher Emma Webber who is raising funds for the Beachport Community Sub Fund; Grant High School entrant Nicole Flaherty, whose only previous dance experience was at Schutzenfest and Oktoberfes and Naracoorte Herald journalist Izzy Hood, who is hoping her creativity with the written word will translate to creativity on the dance floor.
Mount Gambier’s Wes Flier is swapping his work boots for dance shoes and lawyer Nick Kidman, from Penola, is hoping his ability to think on his feet will help him stay on his feet, while Mount Gambier High School’s Steven Speck is looking to raise funds for the Mount Gambier High School student scholarship. All funds raised for Stand Like Stone are held in trust for the benefit of the region and the income earned is granted back to the local community through scholarships and grants for charitable projects. Since its establishment in 2004, Stand Like Stone has distributed almost $800,000 to charitable projects, school
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students and educational scholarships, benefiting Limestone Coast communities. Last year Swinging With The Stars raised a record amount of more than $76,000, with the Stars raising more than $59,000 of this total. Organisers are confident that the event will be another huge success in 2016 and are looking forward to a packed house at the Barn Palais on June 25. “Swinging with the Stars keeps going from strength to strength,” said Swinging With The Stars committee member Sue Charlton AM. “It’s the generosity and collaboration of so many enthusiastic and supportive local individuals and organisations that make
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this event a success. After nine years, the good spirited rivalry still creates a buzz around our region and beyond. It has grown to be an event not to be missed on the Limestone Coast calendar.” Tickets for Swinging with the Stars are still available from Chapman’s Newsagency, Mount Gambier and you can still support your favourite 2016 star in the People’s Choice competition at www.standlikestone.com.au to make an online donation. Above - The Swinging With The Stars class of 2016 outside Hype Dance Studio where rehearsals are in full swing.
The 2016 Australian Working Dog Muster might be done and dusted for another year but the celebrating of the 20 year history of the iconic event is ongoing. Organisers have marked the 20th anniversary of the annual Working Dog Auction in Casterton by putting together a exhibition tracking the two decades of the nationally recognised event. This exhibition features images documenting the auctions over the years by local photographers including Ann James and Jill Frawley. The display also includes ephemeral material from the auction, and from the Kelpie Festival. The display has been developed with the generous assistance of the Casterton Kelpie Association. The exhibition will be on display until February next year.
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Mount Gambier High School recently hosted a short visit from the Minister for Education Susan Close and Education Director Adam Box, as a way of becoming familiar with issues in regional school as well as highlighting the quality practices at the school. Student representatives Ruby Nicholson and Luke Finnis led the tour of the school with teachers in the Flexible Learning Option (FLO), New Arrivals and Dance programs, sharing the great work that happens in these areas. Principal Chris Edmonds said that the conversation throughout the visit highlighted the significant growth of established structures evident in the FLO program, the hard work and effort required to support ever increasing needs with the New Arrival community and the outstanding skills and confidence of the dance students.
A new initiative spreading across the Southern Grampians region aims to grow greater readers. The Beyond the Bell Southern Grampians Local Action Group is introducing Growing Greater Readers which will include a `little library’ book exchange program, recruitment of reading champions and provision of free book packs for families. Growing Greater Readers has been developed by Beyond the Bell to facilitate a community attitude in the Southern Grampians that specifically encourages reading, language and literacy and demonstrates the benefits reading brings to education, learning, health, creativity and social connection. The project will target the provision of early reading and literacy support to young children, aged 0-5 years. To promote early reading, Little Libraries will be placed in various venues in the Greater Hamilton area. Families are encouraged to take a book and leave a book in any of the Little Libraries locations. The free little libraries have been set up in Coleraine and Balmoral and will now be established at four different sites in Hamilton: Grand Central Hotel – children’s play room, Gray St, Bendigo Bank – Hamilton Branch, Thompson St, Country Care Dental, Thompson St, and Café Gray, Gray St. Reading champions will be recruited and trained to volunteer their time to support and encourage reading and language development activities within the Southern Grampians. Book packs and resources will be provided to families that access milestone visits through the Southern Grampians Shire Council Maternal
Right (top) - Education Director Adam Box; Minister for Education and Child Development Susan Close and Mount Gambier High School Principal Chris Edmonds. Right - Minister for Education and Child Development Susan Close visiting the New Arrivals classroom during her recent visit.
and Child Health Service. Training will be provided for community professionals to deliver key literacy messages to families of young children. Chair of the Beyond the Bell Southern Grampians Local Action Group,Sarah Stephens said the project aimed to celebrate reading as a way of strengthening and supporting education. “We want to achieve attitude and behaviour shifts around how the community can contribute,” Ms Stephens said. “We are focusing on early years literacy as a way of growing new generations of children who start school with all the skills they need to grow into great readers.” Ms Stephens said the Local Action Group wanted families in Southern Grampians to feel supported and empowered to contribute to their children’s future and send them to school ready to learn and make the most of what our schools offer. “The Growing Greater Readers project acknowledges the critical role that early literacy exposure plays in determining future success,” she said. “Improving our young children’s literacy skills will benefit the Greater Hamilton region as a whole”. Beyond the Bell is the most concerted community-based collaboration ever made to tackle the Great South Coast’s low Year 12 or equivalent attainment rates and to encourage support for young people from conception to adulthood. Beyond the Bell ultimately aims to improve young people’s chances of attaining Year 12 or equivalent and better prepare them for a successful transition to the next phase of their lives.
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• JULY IS CELLAR DWELLERS MONTH • EXPLORE, INDULGE, SUBLIME COONAWARRA
CELEBRATING WHAT MAKES THIS REGION GREAT The 2016 Cellar Dwellers program has just been released and showcases a range of exceptional, and sometimes exclusive, Coonawarra wine experiences designed to attract a broad range of visitors to the region. In speaking about this year’s program, Jamie McDonald – Events and Marketing Officer with Coonawarra Grape and Wine Incorporated, said there were over 30 events to choose from. “Cellar Dwellers is run across the month of July and is designed to showcase beautiful back vintage, special release and aged wines from a wide range of Coonawarra cellars. In some instances, July is the only time of the year that some of those very special wines can be savoured.” Mr McDonald said the Cellar Dwellers was an annual celebration of the region’s wine credentials, and wasn’t limited to the iconic Cabernet Sauvignon that Coonawarra is internationally renowned for. “We really want people to take the opportunity to visit the region and taste for themselves why Coonawarra wines are renowned the world over for their outstanding quality, flavour and cellaring
abilities,” said Mr McDonald. While Mr McDonald thought there was something for everyone, he did say that some special highlights included: a jazz event on the opening weekend being headlined by Melbourne -based band ‘Shirazz Jazz’; a Masterclass featuring five decades of wine; a long lunch; two events that put to the test the cork vs cap debate; and a Riesling Trail being hosted by four cellar doors to help expand people’s appreciation of the region’s wines. ‘I’m especially excited about our jazz event on Saturday 2 July, which will have a hot New Orleans feel about it to warm up the crowd at Rymill Hall,” said Mr McDonald. “Of course, there will also be a range of cellar door tastings, special food and wine events and vineyard experiences to showcase the breadth of our beautiful wines, our emerging food destination credentials, with the warmth and hospitality that is so … Coonawarra.” For details of the 2016 Cellar Dwellers program visit www.coonawarra.org
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BRAIN TEASERS 13. What are Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s two national animals? 14. What is the very first line of the national anthem? 15. Who was the 2015 Australian of the year? 16. What is the capital city of South Australia? 17. What is another common name for Uluru? 18. What year was Australia discovered? 19. What is the name of the famous beach in Sydney? 20. Which is the biggest state in Australia? ANSWERS AUSTRALIANA 1. January 26; 2. Prince of Penzance; 3. Five countries; 4. Northern Territory; 5. Kangaroo, Koala, Echidna, Dingo, Platypus, Wallaby and Wombat.; 6. Six states; 7. Two territories; 8. Queensland; 9. Canberra, ACT.; 10. 2018; 11. A joey; 12. Six; 13. Red Kangaroo and Emu; 14. Australians all let us rejoice; 15. Rosie Batty; 16. Adelaide; 17. Ayers Rock; 18. 1770; 19. Bondi Beach; 20. Western Australia
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Hamilton has a histry steeped in the wool industry and the Hamilton Art Gallery is tapping into that with its upcoming exhibition. Fashion from the International Woolmark Prize is presented alongside paintings and prints to explore the place of wool in the artistic imagination of Australia. Visual relationships between art and fashion, with a focus on themes of Production and Romance, Pattern, Texture, and Artistry are presented in this exhibition of diverse media. The exhibition is a partnership with The Woolmark Company, supporting The Campaign for Wool. The Art of Wool exhibitions opens on June 24 and runs through until August 7.
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Three quarters of the way through ‘Build a Better Red Meat Business by Your Design’, participants agree it has helped their business management. The program has also attracted interest from potential new participants in the Limestone Coast and elsewhere in South Australia. “After three sessions, we now know where to focus our efforts to improve profitability and have a clear plan to make it happen,” said Josh Hancock, livestock producer from Reedy Creek, one of the fourteen Limestone Coast red meat production businesses participating in the program. “I’m looking forward to the final session when we’ll have the opportunity to build on what we’ve learnt with boardstyle mentoring with other participants.” The Limestone Coast Red Meat Cluster (LCRMC), in conjunction with business management consultancy ProAdvice, developed ‘A Better Red Meat Business by Your Design’ to build stronger red meat production businesses in the region. The program comprises four one-day workshops, as well as coaching from
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experienced business consultants and mentoring between participants. The LCRMC has developed the program’s benchmarks specifically for red meat production businesses in the Limestone Coast through analysis of wide-ranging industry data including National Livestock Identification Scheme, PIRSA, ABARES and Australian Bureau of Statistics. This is the first time data from these sources have been accessed, brought together and analysed in this way with a focus on the Limestone Coast. More details on the profitability analysis and targets, and their background are at: http:// limestonecoastredmeat.com.au/library/ The LCRMC is a region-wide project funded through PIRSA’s Premium Food and Wine Co-Innovation Cluster Program. It involves people from all sectors of the red meat value chain, who are working collaboratively in a number of areas to develop a deeper understanding of the region’s red meat industry, build innovation, grow profitability and enhance skills.
More than 150 volunteers helped celebrate 20 years of counting cockies as part of this year’s annual count for the endangered South-eastern Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo, which was held last month. Despite a record number of 52 sightings, the total number of cockatoos recorded was considerably lower than last year’s total. After taking into consideration double counting and three additional sightings of Red-tails recorded either side of count day the final tally stands at 901 birds, well down on last year’s record tally of 1545 birds. Flocks were widely dispersed and considerably smaller this year, with only six large flocks of more than 80 birds recorded. Of these large flocks, three were thought to be double counts, and could not be included in the final tally. “The distribution and high occurrence of smaller flocks over a wide area may be partly to blame for the fewer Red-tails counted this year,” explained Bronwyn Perryman, Project Coordinator for the Recovery Program. “Red-tails are often very difficult to find, especially given their rarity and widespread distribution — spanning over 18,000km2 from Natimuk to Nelson in south-western Victoria and Mount Gambier to Keith in the South East of South Australia”, she continued. “Although total numbers are down, it is unlikely that the population has suffered a rapid decline over the last 12 months; it’s more likely that birds were
simply missed on the day”. This year counters found Red-tails near Casterton, Frances, Millicent, Naracoorte, Wilkin, Mt-Arapiles, Little Desert National Park, Miga Lake, Hotspur, Harrow and Cobboboonee. The greatest concentrations of Red-tails (just over 60 per cent of all birds recorded) were found west of Casterton. It’s no surprise, then, that the biggest flocks recorded on the day — 334 birds drinking at a trough on the western boundary of Drajurk State Forest and 180 feeding near Cawker Creek — were found in this area. “The subsequent flock counts, conducted in the weeks after the count, have now revealed more than 700 birds currently feeding and residing in the Casterton area”, said Bronwyn. Good numbers of Red-tails were also observed near Frances, with follow-up surveys revealing a total count of 136 birds. Information gained from the annual count is used to determine patterns of habitat use, a minimum number of birds and — most importantly — the location of large flocks. This information is essential for staff to carry out flock counts, which provide the best indication of breeding success.
“Volunteer effort was again outstanding, with 77 groups spending over 360 hours scouring more than 4,000 km of stringybark forest for the cockatoos across the range,” said Bronwyn. The annual Baileys Rocks Campout was again a big success with 24 people braving the wintery conditions to celebrate 20 years of counting cockies. BirdLife Australia and the Red-tail Recovery Team would like to thank all those involved. Results will be published at www.redtail.com.au and in the next edition of Red-tail News. You can be placed on the mailing list by contacting Bronwyn Perryman at firstname.lastname@example.org. The SERTBC Recovery Program is managed by BirdLife Australia and is supported by Natural Resources South East, Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority and Wimmera Catchment Management Authority through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.
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Local Sport YOUNG DEMON SET TO REPRESENT STATE
JUNIOR FOOTBALL ADMINISTRATOR EARNS LIFE MEMBERSHIP Shayne Hosking was at East Gambier Football Club last Thursday to watch the junior and senior Western Border interleague players receive their guernseys ahead of the weekend’s South East Zone Carnival. During the presentation, the long serving junior football administrator was in for a huge surprise, when he was inducted into the Western Border Junior Football League life member. A committee member since 2012, including a stint as president in 2013 &’14, Shayne has overseen some of the most dramatic changes in the junior competition in recent years. In conjunction with the Western Border Football League, he oversaw the changing of the Western Border junior program from Under 18s to Under 17.5s and Under 15s in 2013, followed by the introduction of the Under 13 competition in 2014. Shayne also presided over the restructure of the WBJFL Sunday competition to Under 12s and Under 14s in 2013, followed by the removal of the Under 14 competition at the end of the 2013 season, as well as the separate age groups that have been intridcuced into the Under 12 competition. Shayne has been a passionate advocate for encouraging kids to take up footy and has also been front and centre in promoting juniors to aspire to
Twelve year old Mitchell Sims is heading to Queensland next month as part of the 2016 State SAPSASA football team. Maroochydore is the destnation for the talented footballer, after outlasting a starting field of 200 players to be named in the final 23 to head to the national titles. The trial period alone saw Mitchell head to Adelaide for five sessions where selectors put the young players through thier paces - running them through some drills, as well as plenty of match play. The young North Melbourne supporter, who admires the work of veteran Brent Harvey and tough onballer Jack Ziebell, now continued that trek to Adelaide each weekend for training. A Year 7 student at McDonald Park School, Mitchell plays his football with South Gambier - a club where his father is a premiership icon, and mother Toni, is a 300 game legend on the netball court - taking to the field for both the Under 12 and Under 13 teams. The national championships run from July 23-31. Above - Mitchell Sims showing his true colours - McDonald Park uniform and his South Gambier and State guernseys.
VETERANS TENNIS HEAD INDOORS Earlier this month, 44 veteran golfers ventured to Bordertown to vie for trophies supplied by the Woolshed Inn. First division was taken out by Pat Ryan, who returned to his old stomping ground, and scored 39 points, and he was paced all the way by the second division winner, Roy Mitchell, from Beachport, who just proves that you can’t keep an octogenerian down. Jeff Nitschke also returned to his old haunts and scored 37, Colin Rex. 37, Gav Sparrow. 36 and Bill Moorhouse. 35, rounding out the placegetters. The five nearest the pins went to Murray Telfer, Barry Turnbull, Roy Mitchell, Tank Thompson, and Terry Chant. Balls were won if you had 30 + points, and the coveted Ross Orchard prize went to Perc Sandford and Stretch Pridham, more local identities. The next venue is Naracoorte on Monday, July 20, and with such a good course, organisers expect a large field..
play at the highest level, working hard to encourage interleague representation and pursuing oppporunties to play with SANFL clubs. He has also been proactive with open discussions with the Mid South East Football League to investigate the
YOUNG STRIKER SET TO REPRESENT SOUTH AUSTRALIA Liam Delaney (pictured right) is only in his second year of playing hockey, but the talented all round sportsman has developed his game enough to earn selection in the 2016 State SAPSASA hockey team. The St Martins Lutheran College student is in Year 6 and plays hockey locally for the Redbacks Hockey Club. He plays both Under 13 and Under 15 competitions and is a striker and an attacking midfield player, who is usually found at centre half, inner or centre forward. Liam will be heading to Cairns to the national championships from July 31 to August 5 and will be alongside Lucindale Area School, student Isaac Hocking, who we will catch up with in next week’s magazine. Photo courtesy of Stephen Hockey lifestyle1.net | 36
inclusion of MSE teams in our WBJFL Under 12 competition. Above - Shayne Hosking is the latest inductee into Western Border Junior Football League life membership.
Local Sport CLASSY BULLDOG REACHES 200 GAMES
HARD WORKING MURPHY CLOCKS UP 200 GAME MILESTONE
Lauren Harvey started playing netball with East Gambier in 2001 in the 15 & Under team and progressed through the junior grades until 2005. During this time she played in the 15 and 17 & Under teams, while also filling in for C Grade, A Reserve and getting an opportunity to play A grade in 2004, when she was still a 17 & Under player. Lauren graduated to seniors in 2005, Lauren and has played in both the A and A Reserve teams. On the comeback trail from starting her family, Lauren returned to the court in B Grade before becoming a key member of the A Reserve team. Lauren is a hard running mid court player, getting the job done both offensively and defensively with vertical leap and ability to read the play, sees her pick up a number of interceptions.
Glencoe A Grade netball coach Donna Jaeschke has played her 200th club game for the club. Donna started playing junior netball at Glencoe in 1998 at the age of 11. She progressed through the junior grades as a strong mid courter, collecting many awards along the way. She was the 13 & Under Runner Up Best and Fairest in 1999, 15 & Under Best and Fairest in 2001, and 17 & Under Best and Fairest in 2003. In addition to these club awards she was named 15 & Under Mid South East Best and Fairest in 2001. Donna began her A Grade career in 2003 and was named A Grade Runner Up Best and Fairest in 2005. Her netball career at Glencoe was interrupted between 2006 and 2009 while she attended university in Adelaide. While in Adelaide she had the opportunity to play in the Courier Netball League where she won a premiership and developed her netball skills further. With her degree completed, Donna returned to Glencoe in 2010 and rejoined the A Grade team. Donna’s netball skills had been finely tuned and she returned as a powerful, defensive centre court player, who later transformed into a hard working goal defence. She has been named A Grade Best and Fairest in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and Runner Up Best and Fairest in 2010 and 2014. In addition to these club awards Donna has been named in the Mid South East A Grade Top Team in 2010, 2012 and 2013. She also represented the Mid South East at the Country Champs as a junior and in the A Grade team, as well as coaching two 15 & Under Mid South East interleague teams. Donna has done her fair share of coaching at Glencoe, taking on the 15 & Unders in 2005 and 17 & Unders in 2011, then going on to become the current A
Grade coach since 2012. In 2015 while still coaching the A Grade team Donna took a season off playing to have her beautiful baby girl Ruby, who has since become a vocal supporter of the team. Always one to put up her hand to help out, Donna has contributed greatly to the club off the court. She has been a committee member since 2011 and has held the secretary position since 2012. She has been the Budget notes editor since 2013. In 2012 Donna was given a well deserved Glencoe Netball Club Clubperson of the Year award. Donna works tirelessly for the club recently being instrumental in organising its new
uniforms. There are numerous behind the scene jobs that Donna takes care of without anyone even knowing what they are. The football club doesn’t miss out either with Donna volunteering for many roles to help out whenever needed.
Above - Donna Jaeschke played her 200th game for the Glencoe Netball Club in the round nine clash against Kongorong.
Above - Lauren and Stu Harvey with their daughter Eden. DEMON HITS THE 200 GAME MARK
YOUNG SOUTH STAR HITS THE 100 GAME MARK
Brooke Williams has had a long association with the Port MacDonnell Netball Club and she recently clocked up her 200th game for the seaside club. Brooke played all her junior netball at the Bay and has spent most of her senior career as a key member of the B Grade line-up. The talented mid courter and goaler could no doubt have pushed for a regular A Reserve position were it not for work commitments but the smile suggests Brooke is enjoying her netball and is headed for more milestone achievements.
Imogen Walker isn’t very far into her netball career but the young utility has already reached 100 games, reaching the milestone at such a young age courtesy of being in her second season of A Grade, as well as junior netball. A talented goaler, tenacious defender and hard working mid courter, depending on what her team needs, Imogen was part of the club’s 2013 13 & Under premiership team, before finishing runner-up in the same age group in 2014 and then finding herself promoted straight to 17 & under action in 2015, despite being eligible for 15 & Under competition. She finished runner-up in the club’s best and fairest last year and has been a member of Western Border representative teams since 13 & Under, including being a key member of last year’s 2015 SA Country Championship winning side. Imogen (pictured with mother Felicity Walker) made her A Grade debut last season and has fast become a regular in the top grade for the Demons, playing in the mid court.
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WIN SA 6.00 Today 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 A ernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal 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
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GEM 2.50 Come Dine With Me 3.20 Hear Break 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 River Co age - Autumn 8.30 Escape to the Country 10.50 Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Alone With A Stranger (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Be er Homes and Gardens 7.30 2016 Season: Round 13 (Live): N.Melborne 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: Ul mate Alien 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Movie: Space Chimps 2: Zartog Strikes back (G) 7.30 Movie: Harry Po er And The Order Of The Pheonix (PG) 10.40 T.B.A
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 A ernoon News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 WIN News 7.30 Postcards 8.30 The Friday Movie What to Expect When You’re Expec ng (M) 10.40 The Late Movie Something’s Go a Give(MA) 1.10 All Australian News 2.10 A Current Aﬀair
7 TWO 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Be er Homes And Gardens 8.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 To Build Or Not To Build 10.30 Best Houses Australia 11.00 Air Crash Inves ga ons 12.00 Escape to the Country
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 Decade Of Design 1.00 Healthy Homes TV 1.30 The Doctors 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 The Renova on 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 Modern Family 6:30 Bondi Vet 7.00 Rugby: Wallabies Test (Live) Wallabies v England: Test 2 10.00 T.B.A. 11.00 V8 Supercars
GEM 9.00 Movie: Mr Forbush and the Penguins (PG) 11.05 Movie: The Railway Children (G) 1.20 Movie: Frankie and Johnny (G) 3.10 A Passage to India (PG) 6.30 T.B.A 8.30 T.B.A 11.30 Movie: The Group (M) 2.35 Movie: The Railway Children (G)
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 A ernoon News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal 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 Keeping Up Appearances 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 Beau ful Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 Masterchef Australia 12.00 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 Beau ful 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 Have You Been Paying A en on 10.30 Shark Tank - Encore
GEM 1.00 Movie: The Maggie (G) 3.00 Come Dine With Me 3.30 River Co age - Autumn 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Friday Night Football: Parrama a Eels v South Sydney Rabbitohs 10.10 Movie: The Cold Light Of Day (M)
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 Werribee v Essendon 5.00 Seven News at 5 5.30 Border Security - Australia’s Front Line 6.00 Seven News 6.30 2016 AFL Season Round 13 (Live) Bulldogs v Geelong 11.00 Seven’s Horse Racing 3.00 Home Shopping
GO 4.30 Ben 10 5.00 Jus ce League Unlimited 5.30 Batman: The Brave And The Bold 6.00 Maya The Bee 7.45 Movie: Spy Kids (PG) 9.30 T.B.A 11.30 The Conjuring 1.30 Go Girls
SC TEN 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 The Home Team 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beau ful Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 Masterchef Australia 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 Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 Law & Order: S.V.U. 10.40 Blue Bloods 11.30 The Project - Encore
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 Cybershack 1.00 Fishing Australia 1.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.15 The A ernoon Movie Major Leauge II (PG) 4.30 Love Shack 5.00 News: First at Five 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 The Voice 9.00 Move: Footloose (M) 11.20 Movie: Country Strong (M) 1.45 Movie: Every Li le Step (M) 3.30 The Avengers
7 TWO 5.00 Motorway Patrol 5.30 Secret Loca on 6.30 Movie: While You Were Sleeping (PG) 9.00 Movie: What Women Want (PG) 11.00 Air Crash Inves ga ons 12.00 Mighty Planes
TEN SA WIN SA ABC 1 SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC SEVEN SA 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Doc McStuﬃns 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 New Crea on 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 6.30 The Lion Guard 2.00 The Bowls Show Hillsong 7.00 New Crea on Church Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Oﬀsiders 10.30 Church 7.30 Joel Osteen 8.00 Good Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 10.00 AFL Game Day 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 3.00 Speedweek 7.30 Joel Osteen 8.00 Good Chef Bad Wide World of Sports 11.00 The Australia Wide 11.00 The World Chef Bad Chef 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday Wide World of Sports 11.00 The 11.30 T.B.A 10.00 AFL Game Day 5.00 Cycling: InCycle Chef 8.30 Studio 10: Sunday 11.00 Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 Footy This Week 11.30 Songs Of Praise 11.00 The Talk 11.30 Netball: ANZ Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 11.30 The Crows Show 5.30 Nancy Wake: Gestapo’s Most 1.15 T.B.A What’s Up Down Under - Encore SA 1.00 Subaru Full Cycle 12.00 Landline 1.00 Gardening Aust. Championship Future Stars 1.30 Subaru Full Cycle 2.30 Seven’s VFL 2016 12.00 T.B.A. Wanted 11.30 Netball: ANZ Championship 1.30 The Mix 2.00 Art + Soul 3.00 1.30 Wild Life Of Tim 2.00 Everyday Gourmet 2.00 Movie: Black Beauty Round 11: Geelong 2.00 2016 SANFL Season 6.30 SBS World News 1.30 Ben’s Menu Decp on By Design 4.00 The Book Faulkner 2.30 Oﬀroad Adventure Show 4.00 Wild China v Box Hill Round 12 Club 4.30 Australian Story 5.00 David 7.35 Search for the Holy Grail 2.00 Black Beauty 3.00 I Fish 5.00 News: First At Five 2.00 Everyday Gourmet 5.30 Border Security -Australia’s North Adelaide 8.30 The Immortalist A enborough’s Galabagous: Origin 4.00 Wild China 3.30 RPM GP 5.30 Postcards 2.30 Oﬀroad Adventure Show Front Line v West Adelaide 6.00 Surﬁng The Menu 6.30 Compass 9.30 Cancer: The Emperor 5.00 News: First At Five 4.00 V8 Supercars 6.00 Na onal News 3.00 I Fish 6.00 Seven News 5.30 SA Life Of All Maladies 7.00 ABC News Sunday 7.40 Grand 5.30 South Aussie With Cosi 5.00 TEN News at Five 7.00 The Voice 3.30 RPM GP 7.00 House Rules 6.00 Seven News 10.35 Erebus: Air Crash Antarc ca Designs 8.30 Doctor Thorne 6.00 Na onal News 6.00 Family Feud 4.00 V8 Supercars 9.00 60 Minutes 8.45 Sunday Night 7.00 House Rules 6.30 Modern Family 5.00 TEN News at Five 10.00 Killer Women with Piers 7.00 The Voice 9.20 Death Comes To Pemberley 11.40 Movie: Vincere 8.20 Sunday Night 1.50 Movie: Behind The Walls (M) 9.45 Bones 7.30 MasterChef Australia 6.00 Family Feud Morgan 9.00 60 Minuites 10.20 Shaun Micallef’s MAD 10.45 Castle 9.20 Bones 3.35 The Network 9.00 Movie: Runner Runner (MA) 11.00 T.B.A 6.30 Modern Family 10.00 Killer Women AS HELL 11.40 Dynamo: Magician 11.20 Castle 4.40 Tumult 10.50 2015 Formula 1 Grand Prix 7.30 MasterChef Australia 12.00 Major Crimes 11.00 T.B.A 10.50 Hiding Impossible 12.35 Beauty & The Geek Australia Of Europe 9.00 Movie: Runner Runner (M) 1.00 Step Dave 12.00 Major Crimes 11.50 By Any Means 12.30 Home Shopping 1.20 Harry’s Prac ce 4.00 Life Today With James 11.50 48 Hours 2.00 The Avengers 1.00 Step Dave 12.50 Agatha Chris e’s Poirot: The 5.30 Sunrise 2.00 Home Shopping Robinson 1.00 Home Shopping 3.00 20/20 2.00 The Avengers Labours of Hercules 3.30 Harry’s Prac ce ELEVEN 4.00 King Of Queens 4.50 T.B.A. ONE HD 5.00 What’s Up Down Under 5.30 7 MATE 1.00 Catching Hell 2.00 Cowboys of GO 5.00 Jus ce League Unlimited 5.30 GEM 11.00 Don’t Bother To Knock 1.00 7 TWO 4.00 Escape to the Country 6.00 the Sea 4.00 Seinfeld 6.00 Mythbusters 7.00 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Snog Marry Avoid? I Fish 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Ben 10 6.00 TMNT 7.50 Ace Ventura: Pet Getaway 1.30 Sunday Footy Show (NRL) Mighty Ships 7.00 For The Love of Dogs 7.30 Movie: Top Gun 9.30 Movie: Oblivion (M) 7.50 How I Met Your Mother 8.20 The CSI: Cyber 7.30 Russel Coight’s All Aussie Detec ve (PG) 9.30 Movie: The Hangover 3.30 Sunday Football: Warriors v Sydney Border Patrol 8.00 Motorway Patrol 8.30 12.00 Jail 12.30 Eagle Vision 1.00 Catching Simpsons 8.50 Movie: Along Came Polly (M) Adventures 8.30 V8 Supercars 9.30 Comedy (MA) 11.30 Two and a Half Men 12.00 The Roosters (Live) 6.00 Customs 6.30 Movie: Escape To The Country 9.30 Escape To The Hell 2.00 Zero Hour 4.00 Family guns 11.40 Don’t Trust The B**** in Apartment Fes val 11.30 Gile e World Sport 12.00 The Magaluf Weekender 1.00 Surﬁng Australia TV Diamonds Are Forever (PG) 8.55 Movie: Live Con nent 10.45 Mighty Ships and Let Die(PG) Killing 1.00 Undercover Boss 1.30 RPM GP
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TV GUIDE MONDAY, JUNE 20 TV GUIDE TUESDAY, JUNE 21 TV GUIDE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22
SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Maternal Obsession (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 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 Criminal Minds 10.45 Grey’s Anatomy 11.40 Dynamo 12.35 Wild Boys 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 Masterchef Australia 12.30 Dr Phil 1.30 Oﬀspring 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 Have You Been Paying A en on? 9.40 NCSI: New Orleans 10.40 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary 11.30 The Project - Encore
7 MATE 4.00 Doomsday Preppers 5.00 American Restora on 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Talking Footy 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 This is the End 11.45 Talking Footy 1.00 City Homicide 2.00 Zero Hour 4.00 Swamp People SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie The Long Kill (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 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 Wild Boys
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beau ful - Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Oﬀspring 2.10 Everyday Health 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 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
7 MATE 5.00 American Restora on 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.30 Outback Truckers 9.30 Ice Road Truckers 10.30 Outback Hunters 11.30 1000 Ways To Die 12.00 Bizarre ER 1.00 City Homicide SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Lies In Plain Sight (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 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 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 Rush Hour 10.30 Blindspot 11.30 Deﬁance 12.30 Last Chance Learners 1.30 Harry’s Prac ce 2.00 Home Shopping
WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 11.30 Na onal Morning News Landline 11.00 Compass 11.30 12.00 All Australian News Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Grand Designs 2.00 Doctor Thorne 2.00 Extra 2.50 Surﬁng The Menu 3.20 The Bill 2.30 Alive And Cooking 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC 3.00 Na onal News Now News Early 4.00 A ernoon News 5.25 The Drum 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.55 An ques Roadshow 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 7.00 ABC News 6.00 Na onal News 7.30 7.30 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 8.00 Australian Story 7.30 The Briefcase 8.30 Four Corners 8.30 Love Child 9.20 Media Watch 9.30 Amazing Medical Stories 9.35 Q&A 10.30 Footy Classiﬁed 10.40 Lateline 11.30 Sound Breaking 11.10 The Business 12.40 All Australian News 11.30 Stop At Nothing: The Lance 1.40 A Current Aﬀair Armstrong Story 3.10 What Would You Do ONE HD 1.00 Matlock 2.00 Nash Bridges ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Met Your Mother 8.00 Fresh Oﬀ The Boat Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family 8.30 Sleepy Hollow 9.30 The Strain 10.30 Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Undercover Boss How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late 8.30 Movie: Independence Day (M) 11.30 Show 12.00 Salem Wilfred 12.30 2016 Formula 1
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 The Grinder - Season Premier 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oﬀspring 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 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 4.00 Doomsday Preppers 5.00 American Restora on 6.00 American Pickers 6.30 Pawn Stars 7.30 Mythbusters 8.30 Storage Wars 9.30 Baggage Ba les 10.00 Hardcore Pawn 11.00 Storage 12.00 Zero Hour
WIN SA 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Na onal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 20 To 1 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent 11.00 2 Broke Girls 11.30 A To Z 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair
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: The Devils Own (M) 11.50 The Americans 11.50 Undercover Boss
WIN SA 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Na onal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 State Of Origin: Queensland v New South Wales 9.30 The Footy Show (AFL) 11.00 T.B.A 11.30 Extra
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 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 An ques Roadshow 2.50 The Cook And The Chef 3.15 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.55 An ques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Revolu on School 9.30 Foreign Correspondent 10.00 The Book Club 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Business 11.20 Q&A 12.25 Derek
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 Na onal Press Club Address 1.30 Jennifer Byrne Presents 1.55 An ques 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 An ques 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 Elec on Desk 9.30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 10.15 Lateline 10.45 The Business 11.00 Four Corners 11.50 Media Watch 12.05 Derek
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 A enborough’s Madagascar 9.30 Black Ops 10.30 Sons of Anarchy 12.00 Home Shopping
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SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 2.00 Cel c Woman 3.00 Good Listening 3.30 Hairy Bikers’ Asian Adventure - Japan: Tokyo 4.35 A Great Welsh Adventure With Griﬀ Rhys Jones 5.30 Le ers 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 1.00 Ba le Of The Sexes
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Talk To Me (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 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 9.15 Criminal Minds *Double Episode* 11.15 Grey’s Anatomy 12.30 Home Shopping
GO 5.00 Ben 10: Ul mate Alien 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 Auc on Hunters 8.00 Top Gear 9.30 Movie: Law Abiding Ci zen 11.45 The NRL Rookie 12.45 Adventure Time SBS ONE 6.30 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Classical Des na ons 3.00 Literary Landscapes 3.30 Swallowed By A Black Hole 4.30 A Year In The Wild 5.30 Le ers And Numbers 6.00 Food Safari 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Great Con nental 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 5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Film And Its Era 3.00 Dateline 3.30 Insight 4.30 Logan Project 5.30 Le ers And Numbers 6.00 Nigella Bites - Fast Food 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 11.00 Rise Of The Supergamer 12.10 Movie: Made In Hungaria (M) 3.10 Movie: Rare Exports (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 The Long Kill (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 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 Ta oo Fixers 11.30 South Beach Tow 12.00 Imprac cal Jokers 12.30 Adventure Time
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Na onal News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 WIN News 7.30 20 To 1 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent 11.00 2 Broke Girls 11.30 A To Z 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 1.30 20/20 3.00 Extra
7 TWO 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Pie In The Sky 8.30 Movie: Inspector Morse (M) 10.30 Air Crash Inves ga ons 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 Beau ful 8.00 Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oﬀspring 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 Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.30 Shark Tank 9.30 T.B.A. 10.40 Hawaii Five-O 11.30 The Project - Encore
GEM 1.10 Movie: Twice Round The Daﬀodils (PG) 3.00 Come Dine With Me 3.30 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 Monarch of the Glen 1.00 Gideon’s Way
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 A ernoon News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 WIN News 7.30 The Breifcase 8.30 Love Child 9.30 Amazing Medial Stories 10.30 Footy Classiﬁed 11.30 Extra 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair 1.30 What Would you Do? 3.00 Extra
7 TWO 4.00 Coast Watch Oz 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Ci es of The Underworld 8.30 Prime Suspect 10.30 Air Crash Inves ga ons 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 Beau ful - Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 Oﬀspring 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 Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.30 NCIS 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.30 The Project - Encore
GEM 12.00 Kings Cross ER 1.00 Movie: Our Man In Marrakesh (G) 3.00 Come Dine With Me 3.30 RPA 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Poirot 8.40 The Paradise 11.00 Danziel and Pascoe
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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. 635 ------------------------------------------
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DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------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, DEBUT posies and buttonholes, baby born boxes, floral gift baskets. Graveside care, fun classes. Qualified cert 3 Adelaide florist. 639 ------------------------------------------
STOCKING all your fiberglass repair items. Everything from resin to matting and fiberglass rollers, gel-coat, flo-coat and colour pigments. Come into 349 Commercial Street Mount Gambier or call 08 8726 5200 W ------------------------------------------
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 ------------------------------------------
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DRIVERS URGED TO FOLLOW RULES The Blue Ribbon Foundation Portland District Health Emergency Helipad is proving to be a life-saving success but not all drivers are doing the right thing. The emergency helicopter has used the facility twice in recent weeks but on the second occasion a driver failed to stop for the red light. The helicopter needs to hover across from the Ploughed Field to land on the helipad. PDH CEO Chris Giles said the traffic signals were necessary for the safe arrival and departure of the helicopter and are only operational when the helicopter is either inbound or taking off. “The lights must be obeyed by motorists and pedestrians. Failing to stop could have serious repercussions,” she said. When operating, motorists can expect delays but detours via Percy Street from Tyers Street or Fern Street could be used as alternatives to Bentinck Street. “We call on the public to follow the new road rules not only for their safety but for the patients needing life-saving care,” Ms. Giles said. The traffic lights will only be activated when the helicopter is entering or departing from PDH. This usually happens about once a month but it could happen at any time night of day. The helipad was officially opened last December. It was dedicated as a permanent police memorial in memory of Senior Constable Mark Bateman who died with his partner Senior Constable Fiona Robinson in 2000 when their divisional van was involved in a crash while answering a priority one call at Northcote.
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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. S ------------------------------------------
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Students from across south-west Victoria will be encouraged to find their scientific spark at an upcoming competition at the Deakin University Warrnambool Campus. The Telstra Great South Coast Science and Engineering Challenge will be on June 21 and is designed to inspire students to study science, engineering and technology. Apollo Bay P12 College, Bayview College Portland, Brauer College Warrnambool, Cobden Technical School, Emmanuel College, King’s College Warrnambool, Mercy Regional College Camperdown and Warrnambool College will take part in the event. The Challenge is a nationwide STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) outreach program supported in the Great South Coast by Deakin University, Rotary and Telstra. Teams take part in multiple science and engineering activities which are fun and challenging. The activities are aimed at getting students interested in careers in science, engineering and technology and thinking about subjects they want to study in Years 11 and 12. Each school will have between 16 and 32 students, mostly from Year 10 but also with some from Year 9. Activities include ElectaCITY, Hover Frenzy, Grasping at Straws and culminate with a bridge building challenge. A national final will be held later in the year for the highest scoring teams from each state.
Motor HOLDEN GETTING BEHIND LOCAL SPORTING GROUPS
OGR REWARDED FOR PUTTING CUSTOMERS FIRST OGR Mount Gambier has recently been awarded its fifth Grand Masters Award for being one of the best Holden dealerships in Australia. OGR has previously secured the prestigious honour in 1986, 1989, 2012 and 2013. The 2015 Chairman’s Award is the second for Bryce Roberts. Holden’s annual Grand Masters awards are the ultimate dealer performance recognition program, evaluating dealer performance against a variety of criteria. Fundamental to their success, dealers must demonstrate continued exceptional customer service in addition to sound business objectives including sales excellence, after sales delivery, training and other quality measures across all areas of the business. Holden’s Chairman and Managing Director Mark Bernhard presented the awards and said each dealer had clearly gone above and beyond in their commitment to customers. “The 2015 Grand Masters winners have delivered exceptional results in all areas of the business and demonstrated an outstanding ongoing commitment to serving our customers,” Mr. Bernhard said. “In the last year, Holden has delivered a range of new products in the shape of Astra, Cascada and Insignia, as well as the all-new Spark, along with ground-breaking customer support initiatives, including Lifetime Capped Price Servicing. “Our dealers are the face of our
company and represent the Holden brand each and every day with our customers. I thank the Grand Master Dealers for their ongoing commitment to excellence in customer service. “The 2015 Grand Masters winning dealers have worked incredibly hard over the last year to deliver our exciting range of new products and services, and should be very proud of their achievement.” OGR staff were also front and centre of the 2015 Holden Guild Awards with Paul Ferguson named SA Rural Sales Manager of the Year; Kim Sykes, the SA Rural Parts Manager of the Year; National Accountant of the Year went the way of Stacey Fiegert; while Kersti Mikelsen took home the National Stock Controller of the Year honour. Also picking up awards were Matt Cox, as SA Rural Used Car Achiever, and Daryl Hiller for SA Rural New Car Achiever. “OGR is celebrating 60 years in business this year and the foundation that was paved by OG himself to offer the highest level of service through sales and after sales continues to define the way we do business today,” Bryce said. “I am truly proud of everyone on my team who contribute to making OGR the great company it is today. To be awarded the Grand Masters prize takes one whole year from everyone on the OGR team putting in 100% everyday. Our business has always been about building relationships with our clients that is ongoing now and into the future. I would personally
like to thank all of our clients from our private to business partners who have continued to do business with OGR. We once again strive to attain the Grand Master status for OGR in 2016 by offering the highest level of customer care and service.” Above - OGR principal Bryce Roberts accepts the 2015 Grand Masters Award for OGR, as well as his second Chairman’s Award, from Holden’s Chairman and Managing Director, Mark Bernhard, at a ceremony in Barcelona.
Local sporting clubs are an integral part of the Australian way of life, much like Holden. That’s why we’ve made a long term commitment to helping grassroots sport by giving local clubs the chance to upgrade their facilities with the Holden Home Ground Advantage project. Earlier this year, Blue Lake Gymnastics Club was successful in attracting one of the Holden Home Ground Advantage grants, receiving a $8990 windfall. You can apply for a grant for a project of $10,000 or up to $100,000 for your local sporting club by entering your own video clip to support your application. Applications for the Winter ‘16 Round are now open. Applications close August 31. Head to http://www.holden.com. au/about/home-ground-advantage today to lodge your application. Above - OGR principal Bryce Roberts presents the Holden Home Ground Advantage grant to Blue Lake Gymnastics Club board chair Nikki Ling in January this year.
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