ISSUE 636 | JUNE 23 - 29, 2016 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net
Goode Paddock Pastured Free Range Eggs. “Make Every Egg A Goode Egg” Full details page 3. Photo by Lia Healy
COVER - MAKE EVERY EGG A GOODE EGG purchased their first chook caravan and once their egg production was up and running it was time to hit the market circuit in and around Mount Gambier and Penola. The next step was to entice local businesses to use their eggs and the support for their premium product was there immediately with Mount Gambier’s Metro Bakery & Cafe jumping on board, as well as Gather Food & Wine, in Robe, and Adventurous Spoon Cafe, also in the seaside town. “We are so excited to be able to offer Goode Paddock eggs,” Metro Bakery & Cafe owner Toni Vorenas said. “The quality is exceptional. Our chefs comment on how easy they are to work with and our customers have commented on the difference in taste.” Those kinds of recommendations are priceless to this emerging business, which has also tapped into the phenomenon of people wanting to know where there food comes from, who is producing it and is it local – minimal food miles is what the discerning shopper is now demanding. “From a business perspective, there is something truly rewarding in being able to develop a partnership with another local business and to offer our customers a local product,” Toni said.”Out head chef Bill Hunter came back from visiting the site of the Goode Paddock eggs completely in awe of Matt and Emma’s set up. He brought back dozens of photos of what he described as ‘really happy chickens’.” And the local support has buoyed the Goode family, who now boast two caravans
Necessity is the mother of invention is an old proverb and it sums up the Goode family business. Penola farmers Matthew and Emma Goode started out in sheep and cattle but after five years in business realised it was time to explore less traditional faming pursuits if they were to build a sustainable family business. Working from home, involving their children and focussing on ethical land use were all front and centre for Matthew and Emma and after some diligent research, pastured free range eggs looked the perfect fit. “It was a way to generate more income and to grow our business,” Matthew said. And since delving into the world of pastured free range eggs it has been onwards and upwards for the business as the Goode family handles every aspect of the business, from production to packaging and also the marketing. The demand for ethically produced eggs has increased significantly in recent times, spurning the advent of the chook caravans, which was another perfect fit for the Goode family. “It was a great way to make use of our land without having to buy more land.” Matthew said. It was 10 months ago that Matthew and Emma
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20 YEARS OF KELPIE SALES with around 450 chickens in each. “It’s wonderful to have our eggs used in these places, and Metro has even devoted a space for us on their menu,” said Emma. Interest in the Goode family enterprise has also come from local schools and community groups, eager to see just how pastured free range egg production works. And what they see is a wonderful lifestyle where the chooks are able to roam freely and enjoy a diet of grass and bugs, with the caravans being moved every few days to allow the chooks to fertilise the paddocks. And in the spirit of diversification, the interest from the community in just how this arm of their business works is sparking ideas of potential tourism opportunities in the future.
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On the cover: Goode Pasture egg producer Matthew Goode & Metro head chef Bill Hunter.
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Above - The Goode children William, Alice and Sophie, with the family’s chooks.
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Left - Goode Pasture eggs featured on the Metro Bakery & Cafe menu. PHOTOS COURTESY OF LIA HEALY
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KNT WINS SECOND ZONE TITLE Host league Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Football League has taken out its second South East Zone Carnival title with a one goal victory over first time grand finalists Mid South East. Since its inception three years ago, the South East Zone Carnival, which pits the three neighbouring football leagues against each other, has never seen more than a kick separating the teams in the title match and, in fact, the 2016 six point margin is the largest margin to decide the eventual champions. The KNTFL enjoyed a one point lead at the main break and MSEFL certainly had its chances with plenty of possession in the forward half in the dying minutes. The final scoreline was KNTFL 5.3 (33) to MSEFL 4.3 (27). AWARD WINNERS U17 Player of the Carnival – Billy Galpin (WBFL) Senior Football
MSEFL Best & Fairest – Clint Gallio Best Under 21 – Jack Casey KNTFL Best & Fairest – Jake McGrice Best Under 21 – Scott Merrett WBFL Best & Fairest – Brad Bryant Best Under 21 – Jesse Pfitzner Senior Player of the Carnival – Cameron Sandercock (KNTFL) The following players have been selected in the Murray South East Zone Squad to play in the South Australian Country Championships at Port Lincoln on July 9 and 10. The squad can be added to over the coming weeks and also will contain players from the River Murray Football League. MSEFL
Mitch Lowe*; Jack Dawe*; Clint Gallio; Jack Kelly; Zacc Cocks; Matt Fatchen; Dylan Ridley; Tom Holmes; James Pratt; Jack Casey*; Daron McElroy KNTFL Matt Willson; Jake McGrice; Cameron Sandercock; Kane Cuthbertson; Tim McKenzie; Scott Merrett*; Simon Berkefeld; Ray Jaensch; Albert Dunstan; Clint Diment; Heath Cladwell; Adam Merrett WBFL Liam Denton*; Jayden Eldridge Brad Bryant; Jesse Pfitzner*; Mark Keiselbach; Matt Scanlon; Tom Hutchesson*; Brett O’Neil * denotes under 21 player SCOREBOARD SENIORS KNTFL 9.9 (63) d WBFL 2.0 (12) KNTFL 6.4 (40) d MSEFL 4.7 (31) MSEFL 13.3 (81) d WBFL 0.4 (4)
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GLENELG 11.7 (73) d WBwFL 3.1 (19) UNDER 14 KNTFL 8.9 (57) d WBFL 2.3 (15) GLENELG 15.14 (104) d MSEFL 0.3 (3) WBFL 11.9 (75) d MSEFL 4.0 (24) KNTFL 8.7 (55) d GLENELG 2.4 (16)
GRAND FINAL KNTFL 5.3 (33) d MSEFL 4.3 (27) UNDER 17 GRAND FINAL KNTFL 5.3 (33) d WBFL 1.1 (7) UNDER 15 GLENELG 24.8 d MSEFL 0.1 (1) WBFL 13.1 (79) d KNTFL 7.3 (45) KNTFL 19.9 (123) d MSEFL 1.0 (6)
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KNT Under 17 championship winning team
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KITCHEN CADDY OFFER FOR MOUNT GAMBIER RESIDENTS Mount Gambier City Council is giving away a free kitchen caddy to the first 2000 subscribers to the 2016/17 green waste service who want them. The kitchen caddy comes with a roll of compostable bags, and is used to put in food scraps. In a recent audit of Mount Gambier’s waste bins, Council found that more than 35% of the contents was food scraps, a further 9% was garden organics. That’s more than 2500 tonnes of organics going to landfill every year. “When it’s only one apple core or a few food scraps at a time it might not seem like much, but when you add it up over every property in Mount Gambier, every year, it all adds up,” said City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard. “When organic material like food scraps and garden waste is buried in landfill it creates leachate and methane, both have the potential to pollute the environment. Not only that, it’s a waste of resources, as food scraps and garden waste can be composted and then returned to gardens and farms.” Council is giving away 2000 kitchen caddies and rolls of compostable bags as a trial to see if people will put their food scraps in their green waste bin or home compost, instead of putting them in the rubbish bin. “This small act has the potential to help the environment, and also help the community financially,” Mr Izzard said. “If everyone in Mount Gambier put everything in the right bin it would save the community over $200,000 every
year.” Residents can collect a free kitchen caddy with roll of compostable bags at the Civic Centre when they purchase the green waste service for 2016/17. The kitchen caddy comes with a roll of compostable bags, and is used to put in food scraps. The compostable bag containing food scraps is then placed it the green
waste bin, ultimately being turned into compost. One small way of helping the environment. Right (top) - City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard with the free kitchen caddies.
GLENELG SHIRE A LEADER FOR RV CAMPING
Portland has become the first accredited RV (Recreation Vehicle) Friendly Town on the coast west of Melbourne. Portland is one of three recently declared RV Friendly sites in the Glenelg Shire, which also include Heywood and Casterton, providing a safe and secure site for selfsufficient motorhomes, campervans and caravans to stay overnight. Signs are currently being installed by Glenelg Shire staff across each of the localities, directing the tourist traffic to the camping locations which are endorsed by the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia (CMCA), a club featuring more than 66,000 members. The sites include: Portland - Long term parking of 72 hours at Henty Park, near the Cable Trams, and short term parking at Lee Breakwater Road, opposite the Yacht Club and Hurd Street near Hanlon Park. Heywood – Long term parking of 48 hours at Hunter Street East near the dump point, and short term parking at Cameron Street near the playground. Casterton – Long term parking at ESS Lagoon up to one month and short term
on Murray Street East behind the local supermarket. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the region was now the state’s regional leader of RV Friendly camping sites. “This RV Friendly Town accreditation ensures that this huge pool of travellers consider Glenelg Shire as a priority stopover point, because of the ease of finding an appropriate camping site,” he said. “Research shows that this RV community spend an average of $100 per day whilst travelling, money that will be directed into supporting our local retailers and food outlets, supporting local jobs for our community. “We now have more RV Friendly Town locations than any other municipality in western Victoria, providing our region with a great marketing opportunity as a must see regional camping destination.” The Glenelg Shire camping points are currently being promoted by the CMCA’s monthly magazine, the Wanderer, which is distributed nationally.
LANDCARE GRANTS FOR LOCAL PROJECTS Member for Barker Tony Pasin has announced successful applicants for funding from the National Landcare Programme Sustainable Agriculture Small Grants Round 2015-16 (Small Grants Round). Mr Pasin said the Mackillop Farm Management Group has been provided $21,960 in funding to manage a project that supports Australia’s vibrant, innovative and competitive agriculture sector. “Thanks to this support, this successful project will investigate subsoil pH and total dissolved solids levels as restrictive layers to root growth of pasture and cropping on sandy soils in the Upper South East region, producing case study fact sheets on each site for further extension use,” Mr Pasin said. “This project, like others across the country, will help share knowledge and skills across the sector to boost farm productivity and protect the natural resources that our agricultural industries depend on. “The Small Grants Round is an important component of the National Landcare Programme, which ultimately delivers on the Coalition Government’s commitment to support profitable returns at the farmgate.”
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Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister Keith Pitt said the Coalition was working closely with volunteer Landcare groups and farming organisations to strengthen the Landcare program and prioritise works where they can have greatest impact. “The Coalition’s strong investment of $1 billion over four years in the National Landcare Programme demonstrates our great commitment to support Landcare in Australia and ensure our lands remain a solid foundation for our agricultural sector,” Mr Pitt said. Above - Dan Newsome, Krysteen McElroy & Member for Barker Tony Pasin lifestyle1.net | 05
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PRUNING IN THE SPOTLIGHT
SOCIAL EVENT OF THE SEASON RAISES MUCH NEEDED FUNDS The sun shone on more than 400 guests in Koonara’s Platinum Marquee at the 2016 Scott Group of Companies Gold Cup Carnival held in May, with more than $3300 raised for the Stand Like Stone Foundation through a charity wheel and raffle. The team at Koonara Wines has been providing ongoing support for the community foundation with almost $30,000 having been raised for the community through that partnership alone.
Above - Stand Like Stone Foundation executive officer Georgie McKay manning the charity wheel in the Koonara Platinum Marquee on Gold Cup Day.
Want to know how to correctly prune fruit trees? The time is now! With leaves shed for another year it’s time to give your fruit trees a hair cut. Who better to learn from than local gardening expert Robin Conboy? Robin will be giving a hands on demonstration on how to prune various varieties of fruit trees. Bring along your secateurs or loppers and you will also get the chance to do some pruning. The free workshop is part of the City of Mount Gambier Edible City program, designed to give local residents the skills to grow their own food. “Growing your own food is great for your health, your wallet and the environment,” said
City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard. “Many people are hesitant to prune their fruit trees in case they do the wrong thing. This workshop will give people the confidence to prune their fruit trees to ensure maximum production.” The workshop will be held at the Old Mount Gambier Gaol Community Garden this Saturday from 10am-12 noon. To get to the Community Garden enter off O’Halloran Terrace. BYO secateurs or loppers. Dress for the outdoors. Above - Robin Conboy pruning one of the fruit espalier’s at the Old Mount Gambier Gaol Community Garden.
Right - Koonara Wines’ Dru & Nicole Reschke have been long time supporters of the Stand Like Stone Foundation.
NEW FACE JOINS STAND LIKE STONE FOUNDATION TEAM Leonie Fartch has joined the Stand Like Stone Foundation team as the new Finance & Administration Officer and will be in the office each Tuesday and Wednesday. The Stand Like Stone office will now be open each week from Monday to Wednesday. Gramac Solutions, District Council of Grant, helloFriday and Green Triangle Electronics have all been part of making Leonie’s transition to Stand Like Stone a smooth one.
Left - New Stand Like Stone Foundation finance & administration officer Leonie Fartch; grants & partnership manager Sally Bailey & executive officer Georgie McKay.
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TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FUNDRAISER Tickets are still available for Swinging with the Stars, the major annual fundraiser of the Stand Like Stone Foundation. Now in it’s ninth year, Swinging with the Stars is still delivering an impressive line-up of local “Stars” who are ready to “shake their booty” to raise funds to benefit the local community. The good spirited competition is well underway, with the Stars undertaking nine weeks of intensive training at Hype Dance Studio. Speculation is brewing around who will be crowned the number one “Star” and the “People’s Choice winner” at The Barn, Mount Gambier this Saturday. This years participants include; Beachport junior primary teacher Emma Webber who is reported to be treating the event as a training ground for her wedding waltz and is raising funds for the Beachport Community Sub Fund. Emma is dancing with Dylan Blacksell. Grant High School entrant Nicole Flaherty who is better known for Bavarian dancing at Schutzenfest and Oktoberfest and is pleased to know that the crowd at The Barn won’t be wearing beer goggles and shouting “Prost!” Nicole is partnered with Cody Smith. The dazzling Izzy Hood, dancing with Tanner Neale. Izzy is a journalist with the Naracoorte Herald and is hoping that her poetic prose will transcribe into the perfect pirouette. Mount Gambier’s Wes Flier, who has been dubbed “The Work Boot Dancer” after eye-witness reports of his fondness for dancing in his work boots. Wes is partnered with Paris Ackland. Penola’s Nick Kidman, dancing with
Rebecca Hann, is the DeGaris Lawyers legal eagle aiming to soar, but is concerned that his lack of coordination could result in a crash landing. Mount Gambier High School’s Steven Speck is hoping that his previous experience as a spectator could give him the upper hand as he raises funds for the Mt Gambier High School student scholarship. Steven is partnered with Kahlia Prelc. The dynamic Ali Villani, who is completely at home in the limelight and is raising funds for the SARWG scholarship to assist women to achieve their educational goals. Ali is partnered with Andrew Lockwood. Family man and Zobel mortgage broker Simon Villani who is well and truly outside his comfort zone and is partnered with Katherine Miller, half of last year’s winning couple. Hype Dance Studio’s Kim Cella is responsible for transforming this motley crew into Rogers and Astaire. “The celebrities are doing a fantastic job, especially with throwing in the style of Hip Hop this year. Everyone is fairly even at the moment, so I think it will come down to who can handle their nerves the best on the night,” Ms Cella said. The “Stars” are dancing to raise funds for the Stand Like Stone Foundation, the community foundation of the Limestone Coast. 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 over $825,000 to charitable projects, school students and educational scholarships, benefitting Limestone Coast communities. “All the stars have been doing an incredible job. It’s a Swinging with the Stars first to have husband versus wife and it’s been interesting to watch the dynamics at rehearsal,” says committee member Tania Von Stanke. “Simon Villani is claiming 10 years of bragging rights if he finishes higher than his wife, Ali, so it could be fun to watch this play out on the night!” Last year Swinging with the Stars raised a record amount of over $76,000. Organisers are confident that the event will be another huge success and more than looking forward to a packed house at the Barn Palais on Saturday. Tickets are available until this Friday and can be purchased from Chapman’s Newsagency, Mount Gambier, phone (08)8725 3300. Tickets are $100 each or $90 each when purchasing tables of 10 or more. For more information on the 2016 “Stars” or to support your favourite “Star” in the People’s Choice competition visit www. standlikestone.com.au to make an online donation Right (top) - 2015 Swinging With The Stars winner Ben Hood. Right - Stand Like Stone Foundation’s Sue Charlton and Bill DeGaris with 2015 People’s Choice winner Lauren Holmes.
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FUN4KIDS ON THE HORIZON
GALLERY FUTURE SECURED
Deakin University marine biologist Julie Mondon has brought a scientific eye to this year’s Fun4Kids…and a sense of childhood wonder. Dr Mondon still recalls the excitement of snorkelling for the first time and fossicking around a rocky shore that eventually inspired her to work in the field. Now she’s contributing to an artistic view of a marine environment that promises to be both fun and educational for children at Fun4Kids. Dr Mondon was an advisor for the festival’s Oceanarium zone which will allow children to explore different aspects of the marine environment from rock pools to the deep ocean, the coastline to a kelp forest. Dr Mondon, the Life and Environmental Sciences course coordinator at the Deakin University Warrnambool Campus, said working with four artists to create the Oceanarium had been inspiring. “The artists approached us and asked if it would be feasible to set up a series of marine environments, I said yes, your imagination will lead you where you need to go.” The artists wanted to create connected interactive environments to reflect the magical life below the waves and around the rock pools. “We looked at examples of different environments and provided video footage to give some guidance,” Dr Mondon said. “We gave advice on what you might find in the rocky shore, what conditions are like, what animals and plants are living there, how prolific the kelp forests are, and what exciting creatures you might find in the deep sea environment. The artists have
Mount Gambier’s Riddoch Art Gallery has secured its funding future thanks to a cooperative deal struck between the City of Mount Gambier, Country Arts SA and District Council of Grant. The historic agreement, which was agreed in princpal some months ago, kicks in on July 1 this year and is the culmination of several years of work that has included the Board of the Riddoch Art Gallery Incorporated who will handover the operation of the 130 year old gallery. The work undertaken by the volunteers, staff and Board of the Riddoch Art Gallery Incorporated over the years has been greatly appreciated by the community at large and the change in management arrangements presents a new opportunity for the Riddoch Art Gallery and the art and culture of the Limestone Coast region of South Australia to be showcased, including to national and potentially international audiences. The City of Mount Gambier looks forward to a flourishing relationship with its funding partners and volunteers in the months and years to come, to realise the full potential of the Riddoch Art Gallery, South Australia’s only A Class Regional Gallery. Chief Executive Officer of Country Arts SA Steve Saffell claimed that this was a great outcome for the Riddoch Art Gallery and Limestone Coast communities, one that has secured its future viability and status as a regional gallery of national significance for many years to come. The new arrangements are the result of sustained work over a long period of time
been really creative and not constrained by the rules of science. Dr Mondon said it had been a good community involvement project. “It’s been fun for us to work with artists with such enthusiasm and to pass on that wonder the drew me to work in the field,” she said. “It’s such a wonderful environment that’s so different from the land.” Oceanarium zones include the Rocky Shore Wonder Place by Becky Nevin Berger, the Deep Ocean Other World by Karen Richards and Sue Ferrari, the Woven Forest Whale Sanctuary by Deb Saunders and the Open Ocean Video Sphere by Colleen Hughson. Oceanarium can be enjoyed every day during the Fun4Kids Festival, on from June 26 until July 2. The project has been made possible by Festivals Australia and Arts Victoria.
by the funding partners and the Board and staff of the Gallery. “We congratulate the City of Mount Gambier on its vision and commitment to this wonderful Gallery,” he said. Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee said with the collection secured and the support of the funding partners Country Arts SA and the District Council of Grant, council was looking forward to working with the Friends and Volunteers of the Riddoch Art Gallery in continuing to develop the gallery, increasing its national significance, one of which the community can be extremely proud. City of Mount Gambier CEO Mark McShane agreed this historic agreement provided a sound framework from which a vibrant future for the gallery could be developed, including delivery of a broad range of art and cultural exhibitions and
programs. “Council looks forward to working with the community and volunteers to increase the reach of the regionally significant Riddoch Art Collection and showcase the art and culture of the Limestone Coast to national and potentially international audiences,” Mr McShane said. Mayor Richard Sage said the District Council of Grant was pleased to see the continuation of the Riddoch Art Gallery and looked forward to the exciting future direction of a living, working, art space for Regional South Australia. “The partnership will ensure that art is at the forefront in the Region for local artists, both young and established, to display their pieces for everyone to enjoy along with exhibitions of high class works,” Mr Sage said.
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1/35 Bertha Street
$205pw Avail 25/7/16
6/5 Shepherd Street
B/25 Suttontown Road
$205pw Avail 8/7/16
8 Reginald Street
2 1 1 • Gas heating • Kitchen with dishwasher • No Pets
2 1 2 • Electric cooking Gas heater & rev cycle air con • No Pets
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Avail 2/9/16 2 1 1 $130 pw • 2 Bedroom Unit • Main with built in robes • Lounge/kitchen with gas heating & electric cooking, new kitchen • Bathroom/toilet with bath • Car park in front of unit • Central and quiet location • No Pets
Avail Now 2 1 2 $200 pw • Fantastic central location • 2 Bedroom Home • Large lounge with gas heating • Eat in kitchen with gas cooking • Small workshop • Detached single carport • No pets • Six month lease only
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766
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13 Ellwood Court
You won’t be disappointed! Beautifully maintained inside and out, fit for a growing family. Ideal location close to St Martins and McDonald Park School. This is possibly the best buy under $300,000.
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
2 Gemstone Court
4-8 Harrald Street
Sycamore Road & Fairbanks Court
Located close to the city centre is this fantastic industrial property on 1,250m2 approx. Currently leased. Contact Gebhardts for an inspection – Like Hens teeth, Won’t Last!
3 Moorak Street
Tastefully updated inside & out. A spacious family home, perfectly positioned amongst quality schools, sporting facilities and lakes location offering a homely feel and inviting gardens. A family favourite.
26 – 30 Gray St (Formally Macs Furniture)
An exciting division on eastern side of city. 8 country style allotments over 5000m2. Beautiful undulating setting. All blocks serviced by bitumen road, power, water & telephone.
You won’t lift a finger, beautifully maintained inside & out. Spacious living areas, generous sized bedrooms, solid construction, large outdoor entertaining & a garden that will make you think you’re on holidays!
6 Arthur Street, Tarpeena
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14 Mallee Street
3 Naylor Place
This gorgeous townhouse is located in a beautiful part of the city, close to the Blue Lake and close to all amenities. Perfect for the investor, retiree or busy executive.
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.
161 Penola Road
72 Sturt Street
A solid & spacious home, offering unlimited potential. Ideal for a large/ combined family or investment return. Generous living and entertaining areas, all set on over 1,000m2.
44 McMahon Road, Worrolong
REDUCED 1367m2 approx
Fantastic, near level allotment overlooking lush parklands of Conroe Heights. One of the last available blocks. Over 1,360m2 a prime building site for your dream home.
30 Donovans Road, Donovans
Quaint yet comfortable – ideal weekend retreat ideal for family and friends. A stones throw from picturesque Glenelg River. Bring the rods, bring the esky and relax!
$875,000 • 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
1108 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek
A beachfront beauty – Modern designed home with stunning ocean outlook. Be the awe of family and friends. Set on approx. 5,000m2. Bring the surfboard!
RENTALS 7 Hutley Terrace
Avail 8/7/16 3 1 1 $220 pw • Three bedroom home • Main with built-in robe • Lounge with gas wall furnace • Eat in kitchen with gas cooking • Large undercover patio area • Overlooks Grant High School oval • Secure rear yard • Polished floorboards throughout • Pets neg
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
13 Lila Crescent, Nene Valley
You will be inspired by this lovely beachside home with loads of character and reclaimed timber. Great shedding and outdoor entertaining. Fit for a family or weekend retreat. Expect to be impressed!
Beautifully presented home located close to all amenities. Very spacious with a lovely outdoor entertaining area – this home says welcome!
2/55 Bertha Street
An idyllic country retreat, loaded with charm on approx. 5 acres. Surprisingly roomy and offers fantastic entertaining. A perfect country getaway!
7/54 Jubilee Highway West
It’s all about location, an affordable and low maintenance property showing a strong rental return. Popular lakes precinct and quality unit group.
A unit with a difference, ideal for those with a caravan or boat. 2 street access to private yard. Fresh paint & carpet. Close to the City centre.
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 3 Warrick Close
Avail 18/7/16 4 2 3 $390 pw • Unique Home close to schools • Entry—Lounge/Dining • Kitchen with gas & elec cooking • Four bedrooms main with ensuite & study • Double garage + store room • Ducted gas central heating & security • Udercover entertaining area • Access to rear yard & further shedding • Pets Neg
1/3 Ryan Avenue
96 Commercial Street East
Avail Now 2 1 1 $150 pw • Roomy 2 bedroom flat in group of 3 • Open living kitchen/dine/lounge with electric cooking & heating • Bathroom with bath • Separate laundry • Car parking space only • No pets
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Commercial • Approximately 124 square metres • Large open area at front of building • Rear lunch room and store area at rear • Toilet facilities • Car parking at rear for 2-3 cars
Al Lamond 0418 849 266 email@example.com Sales
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Elisha Beare 0447 808 426 firstname.lastname@example.org Sales
12 Eucla Court, Mount Gambier
13 Dover Court, Mount Gambier
Abby Hepburn 08 8723 3416 email@example.com Administration
27 Genoa Street, Mount Gambier $215,000
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• 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.
• 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,
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17 Stella Place, Mount Gambier
5 Tawarri Crescent, Mount Gambier $495,000
ATTRACTIVE FAMILY HOME IN QUIET LOCATION
Welcome to 13 Dover Court, Mount Gambier, offering an attractive family home, located in the highly sought after Conroe area. The home features three good size bedrooms with a walk-in wardrobe in main plus built-in robes in remaining bedrooms. A large 2 pack kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, including a gas cook top and a dishwasher. The kitchen is central to the lounge /dining area and is filled with plenty of natural light. Enjoy the warmth of the slow combustion wood fire in the winter and cool down in summer with r/c air conditioning. Outside features include an undercover entertaining area and double garage under the main roof including internal access and remote control roller doors. The secure rear yard offers access to the large colour bond shed, perfect for the boat or caravan. An opportunity not to be missed, inspect this property today
$299,000 to $320,000
$299,000 - $319,000
• 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
• Prominently situated with spectacular views is this exceptional home, built by HIA award winning builder, Argent Constructions • Impeccably designed home, offering a marble laminate kitchen bench top with quality kitchen appliances, butler’s pantry, handcrafted Victorian Ash feature windows & doors • Master suite with WIR & en-suite, sophisticated formal lounge, plus glass doors opening seamlessly onto a breathtaking Alfresco • In conjunction with SAL Real Estate
INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 70 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier
• Deceptively large 4 bedroom solid brick & tile home, located in a quiet culde sac in the sought after Conroe Estate area. • Open plan kitchen/dining with electric cookingMaster with WIR & en-suite, 2nd & 3rd bedroom’s with BIR’s • Large outdoor entertaining area , low maintenance flat allotment with private rear gardens, including rear yard access to separate shed. • Currently leased with excellent tenant until November 2016 @ $285 per week.
• 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 3 1 portfolio
• Investors check out the rear yard for subdivision (S.T.C.A.) • Buy now & develop at a later date • 2 bedroom home in central location • Add this property to your investment portfolio • Secure lock up shedding connected to house • Leased to secure tenant at $235 2 1 2 per week on periodic tenancy
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Unit 1/7A Hedley Street, Mount Gambier
19 Holloway Crescent, Mount Gambier
• Situated at the front of the complex, offering 2BR (with BIRs) on the upper level & a separate bedroom/living area with ensuite on the lower level • Updated timber kitchen with s/steel d/washer, elec cooking & r/ hood, open dining with r/c a/c, spacious lounge with elec heating • Outstanding views over the city, single garage UMR & low maintenance courtyard gardens make this property an ideal investment. 3 2 1 Currently leased at $210/week.
11 Victoria Terrrace, Mount Gambier $175,000
• Currently tenanted at $235 per week this great stone property is an ideal proposition for the astute investor. • Three bedrooms, two with BIR’s, open plan kitchen/dining lounge with gas heating and r/c split system air conditioner, • Compact bathroom, laundry and separate toilet. • Double length carport, single lock up garage, dual driveway access and large secure rear yard.
10 Amor Street, Mount Gambier $189,000
Add this property to your investment portfolio. 2 BR Mt Gambier stone home in central location. Country style dine-in kitchen with electric cooking. Detached s/car stone garage with drive through real yard access. Currently leased to an excellent tenant for $165.00 per week on a periodic tenancy 2 1 1
31 Gwendoline Street, Mount Gambier $250,000
• 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
• 3 bedroom home is conveniently located within walking distance to the CBD. • Lounge offers feature chimney with a gas log fire and r/c a/c. • Kitchen with Caesar stone benches, gas cooking, dishwasher and breakfast bar • This home has a large enclosed rear yard with fantastic views. • If you are thinking of investing don’t miss this amazing opportunity. The property is currently tenanted until April 2017 at $290 per week.
Lot 20 & 21 Arthur Street, Tarpeena $240,000
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1 Cardinia Street, Mount Gambier
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178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier $125,000
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4 Bellshire Place, Mount Gambier
• Located within easy walking distance of the CBD is this inviting 2 bedroom stone home, situated on a low maintenance corner allotment. • Large updated dine-in kitchen, offering elec. cooking & Butler’s pantry. • Dedicated study, BIR’s in both BR’s, s/c wood fire, r/c a/c, modern bathroom and freshly painted inside and out. • Double length carport & lockup s/car stone garage. • Located in a top location, excellent for investors 2 1 2
• Stone four bedroom home located close to Reidy Park Primary School • Beautiful new kitchen with induction cook top & electric oven • Open plan living with s/c wood heating • Main bedroom with WIR & two way bathroom • Huge fourth bedroom or second living area. • Expansive elevated deck 4 1 2
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)
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• 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
32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416
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22615 Bay Road, Mount Schank $435,000
42 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell
• 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.
86 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell $299,000
• 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.
19 Dry Creek 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
Lot 73-74 Holloway Street, Donovans
22 Donovans Road, Donovans $199,000
• 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
11 Millard Street, Donovans $499,000
• Superbly renovated & fully furnished holiday home • 6BR, 3 stunning bathrooms & 2 living areas provide accommodation for up to 19 people • Spectacular open plan living leads to an entertainers dream alfresco area • 3Bay high clearance c/bond shed • A fantastic opportunity for business 6 3 3 & pleasure, with excellent figures
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• 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
Owen Pettingill Licensed Agent
• 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
33 Riddoch Highway, Tarpeena
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RLA 185 456
397 Old Boundary Road, Allendale East $369,000
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34 Kitty Temple Road, Caveton
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13 Compton Rise Crescent, Suttontown
Garth Manser 0417 071 180 firstname.lastname@example.org Sales
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Chris Manser 0417 414 127 email@example.com Sales
Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416 Director
ALL OFFERS INVITED
116 Brim Brim Road, Yahl
• 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
17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong
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• Quiet cul-de-sac in Holloway Street, situated near the Glenelg river. • Bitumen road frontage & power connected • Build your dream home or holiday retreat and relax by the river • Lot 73 1283m2 approx, Lot 74 1297m2 approx
214 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier $495,000
• Located on the outskirts of Tarpeena, set well back from the highway, this 2BR well presented home offers a lovely rural setting with native trees on approx. 3.5 acres. • The home features new painting throughout, open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge with raked ceilings, gas/elect cooking, r/c air conditioning & s/comb wood fire. • Private grounds surround the home 2 1 2
55 Ascot Street, Dartmoor R N EL E EA W SE
• 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
From $100,000 plus SAV
ALL OFFERS INVITED
• 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
• Commercial property with high profile frontage to Commercial Street. • Large showroom with plenty of office space/storeroom at rear. • Interior recently renovated with new power & r/c ducted air conditioning. • Great location neighbouring other National Businesses. • 306m2 allotment with approx. 190m2 floor area. • Purchase you investment property & start your own business or lease out. COMMERCIAL
Starting From $135,000
DARTMOOR MECHANICAL SERVICES – Business & Freehold • Highly respected & established mechanical business. • Excellent location in the centre of town. • Profitable business with excellent figures. • Well maintained plant & equipment included. • Iconic business servicing the area for many years. • Long lease available to purchaser.
33 Avey Road, Mount Gambier
Lot 12 Nelson Road, OB Flat
MOUNT VIEW ESTATE Tollner/Crafter Road, Mount Gambier
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• 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
ALL OFFERS INVITED • Mount Gambier’s Premier New Subdivision • All stages now selling, 2% deposit only
• Covenant in place to ensure increased value & growth for homes
• 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
• Ideal location for your new country life • Picturesque 2.5 Acre allotment on the outskirts of the Mount Gambier. • Electricity & phone passing • Build your dream home, minutes from the city, river & sea
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• Picturesque vacant allotment of 5018m2 available on the outskirts of the Mt Gambier • Walking distance to Tenison Woods College, West Gambier FC & Icehouse basketball stadium • Town water, power & telephone connected • Ring your builder today
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 RLA 204710
10 Gemstone Court
8 Leray Avenue
1/2A Lake Terrace West
A REAL GEM ON GEMSTONE Well maintained 3 bedroom home, the main with walk in robe and built in robes in remaining bedrooms. Spacious formal and informal living areas. Open plan kitchen with stainless steel appliances. 3 way bathroom with access from main bedroom. Neutral décor throughout in modern tones. Internal access from double garage under main roof. Vehicle access to large rear yard with enough room for a shed. Currently tenanted @ $290 per week til 22.8.2016. Inspection won’t disappoint.
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AN IDEAL STARTER OR INVESTMENT Freshly painted and with new carpet throughout. 3 good size bedrooms. Large lounge with split system heating cooling. Kitchen dine overlooks pergola area. Stainless steel cooker plus dishwasher and WI pantry in kitchen. Neutral décor throughout. Lovely outdoor undercover entertaining. Good size rear yard, ideal for kids. Enjoy cosy winters in front of the slow combustion heater. Hassle free living here in a quiet neighbourhood.
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.
19 Wireless Road West
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.
54 Bertha Street
15 Brigalow Crescent
12 Jardine Street
CLASSIC CHARACTER HOME WITH A MODERN TOUCH Beautifully restored character home situated very close to the city centre. Leadlight, etched glass, marble ﬁreplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large oﬃce. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Own cellar – great for a red or 2! Large stone high clearance garage, ﬁts 4 vehicles, appox. 13m x 6m. A beautiful blend of timeless style & modern conveniences.
189 Glencoe Road, Glencoe
CHARACTER CLOSE TO THE CITY CENTRE Charming 3 bedroom cottage. Main with built in robes. Gorgeous polished boards throughout. North facing Lounge with gas heater and split system r/v cycle. Renovated kitchen with dishwasher, s/ steel cooker and pantry. Bathroom with corner spa and sep shower. 3 bay shed in rear yard with vehicle access and power. Set on a large allotment of over 1300m2. Conveniently located close to the CBD and local schools.
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.
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11A Shepherdson Road 19 Emerald Drive 27 Tolmie Street 6 Ivy Place 13 Grange Place 10 Boandik Terrace
INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK 3/47 Jubilee Highway West
4 Ellis Street 1/9 Heriot Street 10 Dawn Court 52 Lachlan Crescent 6 Ridgeview Court 39 Lindsay Street 2 Ivy Place 6 Ewens Court 17 Lasiandra Crescent
7 Lake Terrace East 45 Ferrers Street 8 Wehl Street North 12 Bertha Street 18 Blackall Street 28 Dalkeith Drive 2 Shiloh Close 1 Torrens Street 13 Foote Street
4/10 William St 1
Avail now @ $220 p/wk
Avail 27.6.16 @ $230 p/wk
please call Vicki on 0417 804 782
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Avail now @ $250 p/wk
Avail 11.7.16 @ $265 p/wk
1/2A Lake Tce West 3
27C Hart St 3
Avail 28.6.16 @ $250 p/wk
3A Coolabah St 3
13 Jubilee Hwy West
1/9 Heriot St 2
10 Powell St 3
Avail 11.7.16 @ $200 p/wk
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If you’d like to sell in 2016
13 Maxwell Street
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.
YOUR VERY OWN PIECE OF PARADISE Your own piece of history in the Countryside. Renovated weatherboard villa and situated on approx 2 acres this idyllic property seriously has it all. Originally the Glencoe Post Oﬃce, with stunning blackwood timber ﬂoors. Cosy lounge with gas log heater Renovated kitchen with gas cook top, dishwasher and large island bench. 3 bedrooms, all a good size with built in robes in bedrooms 1 and 2. Renovated bathroom, plus second toilet. The family room spills out to the gorgeous deck overlooking the sparkling pool. In addition there is a double carport, double garage with slow combustion heating. Rustic barn ideal as a studio/games room. Serviced by both rain and bore water. An Inspection of this gorgeous Glencoe gem will not disappoint.
Avail 30.6.16 @ $390 p/wk (Furnished)
Avail now @ $400 p/wk (Furnished)
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.
TWO WORDS --- BIG SHEDS
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17-19 Arthur Street Tarpeena • • • • • •
225 Attamurra Road Mount Gambier • • • • • •
Huge allotment of 1394m 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. Electric hot water plus water softener
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door, power and concrete floor
4 23 Navajo Drive Mount Gambier
988m2 allotment 4 bedrooms, 3 with built-in robes + main with ensuite Open plan kitchen overlooking dining/family Gas central heating – R/C split system Single garage UMR + detached colorbond garage
RENOVATED AND LARGE SHED WITH WORKSHOP
24 Birdwood Avenue Mount Gambier • • • • • •
3 bedrooms, main with WIR and en-suite Open kitchen/dining/living area Outdoor undercover entertaining area 9m x 9m shed + 7m x 6m carport Gas ducted heating throughout
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 Large rear sunroom, Pergola area Double size stone shed, concrete floor & power
Electric hot water plus water softener
A NEW QUALITY HOME
4 Knight Court Mount Gambier
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8 Pinehurst Drive Mount Gambier
3 Bedrooms. Main has walk-in robe & ensuite Two other bedrooms both have built in robes Large open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room 8 Foot ceilings and insulated Double garage with auto doors & internal access
22 Umpherston Road Mount Gambier • • • •
1198m2 Allotment 4 bedrooms Modern kitchen Detached teenage retreat/granny flat
Auto sprinklers, instant hot water
CHARACTER BEACH COTTAGE
THE MEADOWS ESTATE DISPLAY HOME
AN INSPECTION IS A MUST!
robe, • 5 double bedrooms, master with en-suite & walk-in built-in robes in all the rest lounge • Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge + bonus second at front of house • Decked & covered pergola, colorbond shed, double garage UMR + 5000 Gallon rainwater tank
17 Patricia Court 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 6m x 8m shed & 5m x 10m mans shed Double garage UMR, auto doors + Carport UMR
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SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME
THIS HOME HAS THE LOT
12 Eltolla Court 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
STONE HOME ON CORNER ALLOTMENT
3 274 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier
• • • • • • Enclosed rear yard
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3/1 Daniel Street Mount Gambier Close to Tenison Woods College Two good size bedrooms Large kitchen/dining area Separate lounge boasting wood fire Single garage UMR with internal access
16 solar panels 3kw with 5kw inverter
• 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
Built 2013 and situated on 2.5 Acres 4 bedrooms, main with en-suite & walk in robe Huge open plan kitchen/dining/lounge area 67,500 litre rain water supplying the house Double size shed, 15m x 7.5m with auto doors
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55 Banksia Street Mount Gambier
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SOLID UNIT IN A GREAT LOCATION
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3 36 Shepherdson Road Mount Gambier • • • • •
Large renovated kitchen with ample cupboards Three good size bedrooms, two with BIR . Cnr block with side access to fully enclosed backyard p worksho & door roller double with shed 7 x 11 Under cover outdoor entertaining area.
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3 Nelson Street Mount Gambier • • • • • •
Three good size bedrooms, two with BIR Single carport UMR with electric roller door Gas heating in lounge Updated kitchen with modern appliances Undercover outdoor entertaining area Security shutters and security system
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n • Meadows Estate first Display home ready for inspectio • Brand new & quality built by Steplen Constructions • Highly sought after area boasting all amenities including NBN • Brand new • Come for a look!
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2 12 Racketts Road Pelican Point • • • • • •
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Panoramic views 3 bedrooms, 2 living areas + beds for 9 to sleep. Fully furnished, could be negotiated. Double barn style shed with 50% mezzanine 2 Two 18m2 & 10m storage sheds Adjoins large park for grandchildren to play
08 8726 4400 2 Hill Street, Donovans
QUIET RIVERSIDE TOWN • 3 bedrooms • Open plan living • Funconal kitchen • Rear and front verandahs
• Double garage • Large corner allotment • Opposite park
WEB Id. 9866866 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 134 North Terrace, Mt Gambier
14/2A Coolabah Street, Mt Gambier
15 Crouch St North, Mt Gambier
SIT BACK, RELAX, ALL THE HARD WORK’S DONE! • Renovated kitchen and bathroom • 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIRs SAT JUN 25 • Spa and swimming pool 9.00 - 9.20 • Entertainers delight WEB Id. 9240604 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3 1 2
• Spacious homee • 2 bedrooms both with robes • Open plan living • Semi enclosed outdoor pao • Remote garage with internal access WEB Id. 9799968 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
25 Peake Street, Mt Gambier
30 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier
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2 Hilltop Avenue, Mt Gambier
11 Greenridge Drive, Mt Gambier
21 Bond St, Mt Gambier EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
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43 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $278,000
• 4 bedrooms all with robes • Separate oﬃce • Master with WIR & ensuite • Large formal lounge • Great open plan living WEB Id. 9768728 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
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2/3 Bengalee Crescent, Mt Gambier
OPEN SAT JUN 25 11.30 - 11.50
91 Henningson Road, Yahl
Stunning unsurpassed views from both levels of this ultra-modern 3 bedroom plus oﬃce home featuring 2.5 bathrooms wi robes in 2 bedrooms, Large open plan Kitchen, meals and entertaining area on the top level SAT JUN 25 11.30 - 11.50 and a separate living area down stairs. Storage galore WEB Id. 8991578 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3+ 2.5 2
• 4 bedrooms • 2 large living areas • Extra large double garage • EAT in country kitchen SAT JUN 25 • Self-contained games room/teenagers retreat 12.00 - 12.20 WEB Id. 9767079 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 4 2 AMPLE
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9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier
OPEN SATURDAY • 3 bedrooms all with built in robes • Formal lounge room • Sunroom with amazing views SAT JUN 25 • Updated bathroom, 2 garages • EOI closing Fri 15th July at 3pm (unless sold prior) 11.00 - 11.20 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3
OPEN SATURDAY • 4 bedrooms • Large kitchen/living/dining area • Detached games room • Secure undercover parking • Private rear yard with access WEB Id. 9220019 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693
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• 4 bdrms all with robes. Master with ensuite • 2 Bathrooms • Formal lounge • Open plan living • Stunning stone benchtops WEB Id. 9538376 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
• 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 SAT JUN 25 10.00 - 10.20 • Renovated bathroom/separate toilet WEB Id. 9702278 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3
OPEN SATURDAY • 4 Bedroom plus study • 3 Living zones • Modern kitchen • Mul-level decking • Great storage WEB Id. 9103568 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693
47 Lake Terrace East, Mt Gambier
• 2 double bedrooms, main with BIR’s • Large formal lounge with gas heang • Formal dining with the convenience of a s/c heater SAT JUN 25 • Gas cooking within the kitchen 9.30 - 9.50 • Back sunroom WEB Id. 8812947 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 2 1 4
• 4 Bedrooms • 2 Updated bathrooms, main with spa • Formal lounge with bar • Spacious open plan living • Large mber kitchen with walk-in pantry WEB Id. 9581238 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180
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08 8726 4400 27 Moonah Avenue, Nelson
PEACEFUL AND SECURE NEAR NEW HOME IN NELSON • 3 large bedrooms (2 with BIRS) • Spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining room • outdoor living area with kitchen facilies protected by roller blinds • Massive storage room complete with shelving
• Double garage UMR with automac roller doors & internal access • Central vacuum system • Solar hot water • R/C air-condioning • Ozzi clean waste water system
WEB Id. 9841237 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756
14 Banksia Street, Mt Gambier
7 Underwood Avenue, Mt Gambier
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REDUCED TO SELL OUT OPEN SATURDAY • 3 bedrooms all with built-in robes. Master with ensuite • Large sunken lounge with high ceilings & gas heater • Kitchen/dining area is open spaced • Undercover entertaining area SAT JUN 25 • Freshly painted throughout 12.00 - 12.20 WEB Id. 9331626 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3 2 2
• Investors or 1st home buyers take note • 3 bedroom Mount Gambier stone home • Living/dining room heated by a slow combuson heater • Polished mber ﬂoorboards throughout • Carport leading to a sizeable shed WEB Id. 9702511 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3 1
2 Kielpa Street, Mt Gambier
23 Lumidin Boulevard, Mt Gambier
• Utilities including power, Telstra, town water and sewer • Bike paths surrounding estate • All $115,000 *Conditions apply
• Serviced Allotments • 1425m2 TO 2368m2 • Side and back fencing • Only 6 left
Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 | Web Id. 7626186 89 Suttontown Road, Mt Gambier
• No power or water bills, Extra income • Potenal to subdivide (STC) • 3 Acres, awesome locaon • 4bedrooms, 2 bathrooms • +Granny ﬂat – 2bedroom, 1 bathroom • Detached rumpus room Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693
58 Wehl Street South, Mt Gambier
• Beaufully presented solid stone home • 4 Bedrooms, 3 with robes • Private retreat oﬀ bedroom 2 • Formal lounge • Oﬃce or formal dining WEB Id. 8959179 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693
4 Maroochy Drive, Nelson
BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME
INVESTMENT/LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY • 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 geng away with friends and family • Great holiday rental property WEB Id. 6878088 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756
3 bedroom plus home oﬃce, 2 large living areas, 2 designer bathrooms plus powder room, commercial glazed windows, coral limestone, polished concrete ﬂoors, caesarstone bench tops, smeg appliances, motorised louvered pergola, bi-fold stack-adoors, ducted gas heang, split system air-condioning, reculated watering system WEB Id. 8746372 3+ 2+ 2+ Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693
11A Wyatt St, Mt Gambier
• The moment we have been waing for! • Prime development opportunity on 2812m2 (STCC) • Access from Colhurst Place and Wya Street • Centrally located with magniﬁcent view potenal across township • Subdivide (STCC) or build your dream home WEB Id. 7997752 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756
0458 548 756
0408 853 180
0411 899 693
0409 978 004
9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier
• Prime land of 837m2 for development in centre of town • Located opposite the popular Reidy Park School and close to Tenison Woods College • Privately posioned with wide driveway entrance • Opportunity to build you family home or develop STCC WEB Id. 8315977 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756
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20 Heaver Drive
1 Oakridge Court
3 BEDROOMS/2 BATHROOMS • Three Bedroom family home • Formal Lounge, Dining with S/C heang • Open plan Kitchen, Dining & Family area • Master Bedroom with walk-in robe & Ensuite • Two separate Bedrooms with access to main Bathroom • Timber Kitchen with breakfast bar & access to rear Pao • Massive covered rear Pao with raised mber decking PRICED AT $239,500
A JEWEL IN THE CROWN • A rare oﬀering of elegance & quality crasmanship bounded by a public lawned park • Sensaonal three Bedroom home with ensuite & WI Robe to Master Bedroom • Open plan Kitchen/Dining/Family with Breakfast Bar & Asko Dishwasher and reverse cycle air-condioning • Canon gas log ﬁre to warm the living area PRICED AT $439,500
83 Sturt Street DON’T OVERLOOK THIS OPPORTUNITY • Cosy stone coage with 2 good sized bedrooms • Open plan kitchen, dining & lounge room • Reverse cycle air condioner to living area • Upgraded bathroom • Rear porch with external access • Massive allotment measuring approximately 1000sqm • Double garage with concrete ﬂoor PRICED AT $179,000
20 Murdie Street • 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
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST 8 Amor Street
Closing THURSDAY 23rd June 2016 at 4.00pm
CLASSIC SYMMETRICAL STONE COTTAGE • Three Bedrooms – one with ﬁreplace • Formal Lounge with Gas heang • Kitchen adjoining a Family or Dining room extension • Rear sleep out or work room • Original Bathroom in great condion
• High ceilings and mber ﬂoors throughout • Set on an allotment of approx. 1428sqm in one of the Cies premier locaons • A well-presented property with high potenal
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
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VACANT ALLOTMENTS - LAND REX WELLS COURT – MIL LEL Lot 9 SOLD 1.211ha $155,000 Lot 10 1.563ha $175,000 Lot 3 1.282ha $149,000 ROBINSON STREET – Great locaon 489sqm block $115,000 BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882
• 4 Bedroom home on double allotment. 2 reverse cycle air condioners. • S/C heang to Lounge. Kitchen/Dining electric cooking. • Large rear Pergola/Entertaining area. • Garage/Workshop. Auto roller door. • Old Dairy, Implement Shed, Storage Shed, Stables. PRICED AT $129,500
1A William Street
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1 North East Terrace, Kalangadoo
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• 2 Bedroom Torrens Title Homee • Reverse cycle air condioning, gas & electric heang • Bright eat in kitchen with electric cooking and plenty of built-ins • Enclosed rear porch/sunroom • Paved rear courtyard • Large Garage/Workshop 7 x 10m with power & pit
ALL THE WORK IS DONE • All the work’s done! • 3 Bedroom plus sleepout • Eat in Kitchen • Lounge with gas heang • Large private secure yard • Overlooking park & playground • Walking distance to Primary & High school PRICED AT $109,500
74 Bertha Street
Closing THURSDAY 23rd June 2016 at 4.00pm
WELL PRESENTED HOMETTE ON 1013 SQM ALLOTMENT • Stone Coage featuring 2 Bedrooms • Lounge with S/C Wood Heang • Eat-in country Kitchen with electric stove plus a solid wood stove • Front porch sing room
• Three separate Garages on the property • Currently tenanted showing a good return • Great re-development potenal (S.T.C.C.) in a great central city locaon
50 James Street HIGH PROFILE OFFICE ACCOMMODATION • Centrally located oﬀ oﬃce complex on a prominent corner locaon on main arterial road • Recepon plus 5 large consulng rooms • Fully renovated with R/C ducng, heang cooling, new ﬂoor coverings, new kitchen & bathroom • Ornate ceilings, sensaonal over mantle with old world grate • Storeroom plus sunroom
FOR LEASE AT $25,000 pa
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RENTALS 5/6-8 MONTGOMERY AVENUE $110 P/WK 2 Bdrm unit, renovated kitchen. Sep bathroom, Sep Laundry, Single lock up garage. NO pets 3/35 ALEXANDER STREET $115 P/WK 2 Bdrm ﬂat, Kitchen/Dining/Lounge area. Toilet in bathroom, Courtyard size rear yard. NO pets
FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Closing THURSDAY 30th June 2016 at 5.00pm 58 Commercial Street West • Premium Commercial Exposure Zoned City Centre • 12 Metre approx. frontage to Commercial Street and a 20.74 meter approx. frontage to Caldwell Street • Site area in excess of 1350 sqm • 1 Title with two buildings with Commercial Street approx. 295sqm
and Calwell Street approx. 300sqm • Valuable oﬀ street parking to both premises • Great Investment potenal with 2 individual Commercial premises • Re-develop (STCC) or operate from one site and lease the other • Agent in Conjuncon – Gebhardts Real Estate
5 HIRTH STREET $175 P/WK 3 Bdrm home, updated Kitchen/Dining. Lounge with gas Heang, Single detached Garage. Storage under house. NO pets 10/1 CARAPOOK STREET $210 P/WK Cozy 2 Bdrm modern unit. BI Robes in both Bdrms. Gas heang, single garage with remote & internal access. Centrally located. NO pets 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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TACKLING A GLOBAL PROBLEM
SO YOU WANT TO START A BOOK CLUB?
Human trafficking will be in the spotlight this Friday night at a fundraising and awareness raising event at Mac’s Hotel, Mount Gambier. Karl Thornton will be the guest speaker for the $50 a head event – a man at the coalface of prevention of human trafficking through operational efforts, training services and raising awareness of the global issue. Working under the banner of Silent Integrity, a not for profit organisation that aims to infiltrate and help eradicate human trafficking, specialising in child sexual exploitation and trafficking globally, Karl has seen 23 successful child recovery operations where he has had first-hand experience rescuing underage children from the sex trade. However, he has also via indirect operations through his training and supply of personnel, helped rescue hundreds of underage children trapped in the child trafficking cycle. Silent Integrity’s mission is to raise funds for training, deployment and rescue missions globally. As well as providing the personnel to complete these services. Karl spends much of his day while in
Do you like reading? Are you keen to start exploring new material and meet new friends along the way? If you said yes, it might be time to start your own book club, or join an existing group of book lovers to share your passion for reading. Glenelg Libraries is hosting a free information session about how to start a successful book club, detailing the benefits and how to run the popular social group at an evening supper on Monday, June 27, at Portland Library from 5.30pm. Glenelg Libraries manager Yvette Parker said book clubs were a great way to meet new friends and pick up books you may not otherwise consider. “This is a great opportunity for people who may be looking to start, or join, a book club to come together with others who are
Australia continuing on intelligence gathering, researching and training personnel for the fight against child trafficking. As the Silent Integrity base is in Australia, much of the operational procedures, missions and intelligence can be conducted via modern technology. However, there is also the need for ground operations where Karl and his selected team will spend half of the year on operational missions throughout South East Asia. The Friday night fundraiser will see Karl making a special guest appearance at 6pm in Archie’s Bar. Tickets are available from Mac’s Hotel or Green Triangle Security. You can also donate directly to Silent Integrity via the website silentintegrity. org.au Above - Karl Thorton, from Silent Integrity
COMMUNITY MEETING FOR NANGWARRY RESIDENTS
looking to do the same thing,” she said. “Book clubs are a great way to meet interesting people, who share your passion for books and literature. “Why not discuss that great book you are reading with a likeminded person? Sometimes a book just needs to be discussed, why not share your thoughts and views with a room full of new friends? “The popular TV series The Book Club, hosted by Jennifer Byrne, provides a great insight of what sort of conversations can take place. Book Club’s promise plenty of laughter, deep discussion and a whole lot of fun. “Young or old, and whatever your reading taste – there is only one prerequisite for the club – you must love books.” Library staff will be on-hand at the information evening, sharing details on the latest titles, reading list suggestions and ideas for making your book club a success. To book your place contact the Portland Library on (03)5522 2265.
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Over the past month, Wattle Range Council has been seeking ideas from the community for recreation facilities that could be used all year round in Nangwarry as an alternative to the swimming pool. “We have had a great response to the survey and look forward to presenting the results at the community meeting this week,” said Mayor Peter Gandolfi. “There have been some innovative ideas put forward, such as a nature play area, flying fox and rock climbing wall.” A community meeting will be held this Thursday at 6.30pm at the Nangwarry Forestry and Logging Museum to discuss the results of the survey and the next steps. Residents and ratepayers are encouraged to attend. Over the past two seasons, there have been very low numbers using the Nangwarry Pool, even on hot days. Council spends approximately $100,000 to operate the pool each swimming season. The facility is aging and will require a significant investment in the order of $300,000 to bring the facility up to an appropriate standard and address serious safety issues such as the floor of both pools and chlorine storage. The results of the community consultation will be considered by council.
Tempt the tastebuds
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2 tablespoons olive oil 6 bacon rashers, rind and excess fat trimmed, finely chopped 1 brown onion, halved, finely chopped 300g (2 cups) self-raising flour 2 teaspoons caster sugar 20g butter 250ml (1 cup) milk 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh chives Plain flour, to dust 1 tablespoon milk, extra 2 teaspoons poppy seeds Butter, extra, to serve
COLLECTED STUPIDITY - DEAR ROBBIE XXII... By ROBBIE TANSEL I received an interesting email from a reader this week. I know that at the book launch for my book Village Idiot of the Year (available exclusively at Collins Booksellers in Mount Gambier and online at www.yourbooksonline.com.au) it was indicated that sometimes I make emails up when I’m struggling for ideas. Just to be clear, this one is completely legit. It’s too legit to quit. Sorry. “Dear Robbie, I have been a long time reader, first time emailer. This week you have finally sold yourself out. Firstly, what is the go with all them paragraphs? You never knew what a paragraph was until you found a new friend in an editor. All the gaps between the words scared me. I strapped a plank of 6 x 4 to my bum to ensure I didn’t slip and fall to my death. Secondly, you are taking up over half a page in the Lifestyle magazine. Now that you have a bit of extra cash from your book thing, have you decided to rent more space on a page? The biggest thrill of my week was to play where’s Robbie with the Lifestyle magazine to find you tucked away on page 52 between an ad for used cars and the trivia quiz. Now you are front and centre on page 21. What’s next Robbie? Front cover? Page 3 in your birthday suit? Yours disappointedly, A.Thurman.”
To be honest A. Thurman, I think you’re a bit of a coward. Normally the people who email me identify the town they come from which happens to start with the same letter as the first letter of their name. Then I can visit them and discuss their ignorant opinions if I need to. Do I sense a little jealousy A. Thurman? You’re the sort of person who has obviously been reading my articles for the last few years thinking, “I’m smarter than this Robbie guy. I know how to use paragraphs. You simply press the tab button each time you’re starting a new idea in your writing. How can he not know that?” Well I’ve got news for you buddy. I’ve always known how to use paragraphs. I invented paragraphs. The good folks
at Lifestyle1 take them out each week because it’s a free magazine. You can’t just give paragraphs away willy nilly. They’d have to charge you for Lifestyle1 to get the paragraphs. So every week they delete the paragraphs out of my article. If you don’t believe me, go buy my bestselling first book Village Idiot of the Year (remember, it’s available exclusively at Collins Booksellers in Mount Gambier and online at www.yourbooksonline.com. au) and you’ll see that I have an excellent understanding of how to use paragraphs. You won’t believe it, but I’ve thrown them in completely free in the book. As if it wasn’t already good enough value. Now it comes with free paragraphs?! What?! As for, this week “I’ve finally sold out” I’ve been a sellout for years. I thought you
Step 1 Preheat oven to 220°C. Line a baking tray with non-stick baking paper. Step 2 Heat oil in a frying pan over medium heat. Add bacon and cook, stirring, for 2 minutes or until crisp. Add onion and cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until soft. Transfer to a plate lined with paper towel. Set aside for 5 minutes to cool. Step 3 Place flour and sugar in a bowl. Use your fingertips to rub butter into the flour mixture until it resembles breadcrumbs. Combine milk, chives and bacon mixture in a jug. Make a well in the centre of the flour mixture and add milk mixture. Use a round-bladed knife in a cutting motion to mix until just combined. Bring dough together with your hands. Turn onto a floured surface and knead until smooth. Shape dough into a 2cm-thick disc. Use a 5cm-diameter round pastry cutter dipped in flour to cut out scones. Place scones, side by side, on tray. Brush with extra milk and sprinkle with poppy seeds. Step 4 Bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes or until scones are golden brown and sound hollow when tapped on the top. Remove from oven and transfer to a wire rack. Serve with extra butter. lifestyle1.net | 21
said you were a long time reader. I’ll be honest with you though, A. Thurman. I have gotten a little carried away with my recent success. It’s not just this paragraph thing. I think I’ve changed and it has all gone to my head a little. No plain old frozen chips from the supermarket for Robbie anymore. Only the best for me. Frozen beer battered chips for me now. Another sign that I’m getting a bit fancy is that I ate my pizza off a plate on Sunday night rather than straight out of the box, and also poured my can of Pepsi into a glass. Classy. I’m sure many of my friends are noticing a different Robbie. Not that I really consider most of them friends anymore. I’m kind of a big deal now. Don’t worry though. I won’t forget the people like you A. Thurman. I’m more than happy to respond to emails from people like you who so obviously have huge problems and are fundamentally stupid and need help from people like me. Rather than just emailing me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org now, it might be best if you get your people to email my people and they can send you an autographed picture or something. You’re welcome.
NORMIE ROWE IS COMING TO TOWN Normie Rowe has long been regarded as one of Australia’s most recognised and successful singers in a long and illustrious career that spans back to his teens in the early sixties. In that era, there was no singer with a bigger following than Normie – No. 1 Hits, King Of Pop awards and mass hysteria at every performance were normal. His chart toppers in the early days were numerous, 11 in fact including his double gold Que Sera Sera with its famous ‘B’ side Shakin All Over, Ooh La La, Its Not Easy and It Aint Necessarily So. For more than 40 years, Normie has been Australia’s favourite performer. In the sixties, Normie recorded and toured in the UK, and then, in the early seventies Normie was inducted into the Australian Army and sent to Vietnam, becoming our most recognised soldier. He has since that experience worked tirelessly for better conditions for veterans of all wars. Normie will be performing at Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre on Tuesday, July 5, at 11am, as part of the Morning Melodies program. Book your ticket today at the theatre.
GETTING A TASTE OF THE DAIRY INDUSTRY More than 180 excited students and teachers from the Limestone Coast region were awarded last week for completing Cows Create Careers – Farm Module. The presentation day recognised nine schools from the region that had completed the program, including Allendale East Area School, Compton Primary School, Glencoe Central Primary School, Grant High School, Kingston Community School, Lucindale Area School, Millicent High School, Penola High School, Yahl Primary School. Prizes were awarded to the winning schools and to student teams including Dairy Devils and Mootastic 5. Cows Create Careers - Farm Module is a Dairy Australia program that aims to increase the awareness of dairy industry careers in a very hands-on way. Secondary students are educated by rearing two three-week-old calves at school and the school is provided with dairy industry curriculum for Years 7 and 8 and Years 9 to 11, at no cost. Since 2006 Dairy Australia has worked with thousands of students, teachers, farmers, industry advocates and communities through its investment into Cows Create Careers – Farm Module. Top row (from left) - Junior winning school - Glencoe Central Primary School & senior winning school - Kingston Community School. Bottom row (from left) - Junior winning team - Dairy Devils & senior winning team - Mootastic 5
0488 816 283 Dream destinations Egypt, dates to the time of the pharaohs. Millennia-old monuments still exist along the fertile Nile River Valley, including the colossal Pyramids and Sphinx at Giza and the hieroglyph-lined Karnak Temple and Valley of the Kings tombs in Luxor.
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GETTING A TASTE OF THE DAIRY INDUSTRY Dairy Australia’s Industry Capability Program Manager, Tracy Lloyd, said the program started in 2004 with dairy farmers in the Strzelecki Lions Club in Victoria and nine Gippsland schools. With support from Dairy Australia, Regional Development Programs, dairy farmers and sponsors, the program has now grown to more than 216 schools across Australia with 9949 students completing the program in 2015. “Cows Create Careers – Farm Module is a program that builds awareness of dairy industry careers – from teaching students about educational and vocational pathways, to profiling the diverse range of professional careers in the dairy industry,” said Ms Lloyd. “By bringing calves into schools, students have fun learning about the different skills required in the dairy industry.” The program has gained strong support from dairy farmers and advocates across Australia. Last year alone volunteers gave 1652 hours of their time across 23 Australian dairying regions.
Locally, the project is funded by Dairy SA & SA Dairy Industry Fund and receives additional support across the state from local companies Devondale Murray Goulburn, Provico, Genetics Australia, Total Result Ag Consulting, La Casa Del Formaggio, Beston Pure Foods and the Grant District Council, have continued to support the program in the Mt Gambier region. “Volunteers play a vital role in encouraging and supporting student career decision making,” Ms Lloyd said. “The program directly benefits from the generous dedication of volunteers who have knowledge of the industry and links to education and employment sectors.” AWARD WINNERS First Prize Jnrs – Glencoe Central Primary School Team Name: Dairy Devils Alana Menzel; Byron Tentye; Amber Thompson; Zane Smith; Hugh TalbotSecond Prize Jnrs – Glencoe Central Primary School Team Name: Extraordin-Dairy Angus Langsmith; Maddi Hogan; Stuart
McGrath; Alice Tentye; Zali Halton Third Prize Jnrs – Compton Primary School Team Name: The Immortal Steak Mallory Whiting; Thomas Graney; Hayden Crowe; Flynn Peterse Winning School Juniors Glencoe Central Primary School First Prize Snrs – Kingston Community SchoolTeam Name: Mootastic 5 Hannah Schinckel; Nikki Gluyas; Jacob Haines; Mathew Andrews; William ParkerSecond Prize Snrs – Allendale East State School Team Name: Jersey Shore Yakirah Agnew; James Bald; Zak GlynnThird Prize Snrs – Kingston Community School Team Name: TMMB’S Maggie Rowntree; Brodee Dalziel; Tiarna Murdock; Madison MurdockWinning School Seniors Kingston Community School Other Winning School Teams… •Glencoe Central Primary School – Dairy Devils •Compton Primary School – The Immortal Steaks •Grant High School – The Cheesy Mooes •Lucindale Area School – Amoozing Milkshake Makers •Yahl Primary School – Bovine Boys •Kingston Community School – The Mootastic 5 •Allendale East Area School - Jersey Shore Best Photo • Kingston Community School – Dairy Kings
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Book review PAUL MCCARTNEY Illuminating biography of legendary composer, musician and performer Paul McCartney.
This is the story of a man who was public property by the age of 21, the trajectory of the Beatles from beginning to break-up, and of Swinging London in the 1960s.
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Kybybolite will receive improved mobile phone coverage under a reelected Turnbull Government as part of an additional $60 million commitment to extend the successful Mobile Black Spot Programme, Tony Pasin MP announced last week. “A new mobile base station in Kybybolite will bring a much-needed boost to mobile coverage, providing benefits to emergency service operators, businesses, and residents,” said Mr Pasin. “The Coalition Government understands the importance of mobile coverage in regional and remote areas of Australia. That is why we are committing an additional $60 million on top of the $160 million already invested in mobile black spots, bringing the Coalition’s total investment to $220 million. “We have selected this area because they have been overlooked by mobile network operators due to commercial factors. A re-elected Turnbull government
will invite mobile network operators to bid for this new funding to provide coverage in the identified locations. “The Coalition is committed to improving mobile coverage along major transport routes, in small communities and in locations prone to experiencing natural disasters, as well as addressing unique mobile coverage problems such as areas with high seasonal demand. “Despite being in Government for six years, Labor did not spend one dollar on fixing mobile black spots in regional and remote Australia. “The Coalition’s $220 million plan to address mobile black spots will ensure regional and remote communities have access to wider and more reliable mobile phone coverage.” Above - Damien Ross, Andrew Shepherd, Robert Bull & Member for Barker Tony Pasin
ALCOHOL BAN AT FORESHORE The consumption of alcohol is now banned at the Portland foreshore following extensive public consultation. The area covering the Portland Youth Activity Space from Trawler Wharf Road through to the southern side of the Portland Yacht Club is now an alcohol free zone between the hours of 10pm to 11am and 2pm to 5pm daily. This new general local law was officially gazetted this week with signage installed and police now enforcing the policy. The local law amendment was approved at the Glenelg Shire Council’s monthly meeting in March, following a public consultation period which illustrated widespread support for the alcohol ban. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said it was the first drinking control to be
enforced at the popular public site. “This new local law is a direct result of a campaign from Victoria Police who were extremely frustrated by continued anti-social behaviour at the foreshore area, particularly during the warmer months,” he said. “This is not a blanket ban. This local law still allows for people to enjoy festivities with family and friends, enjoying a drink during key times such as lunch and dinner. “What this new local law will do is curb groups of people using this space as a ‘hangout’, drinking for extended periods of time, getting intoxicated and therefore potentially involved in unruly behaviour.” The alcohol ban is consistent with other municipalities across the state, which ban drinking during certain times in public
places. Alcohol bans are also enforced in the Portland CBD. Cr Oberlander said the policy would curb people drinking in close proximity to the playground and youth activity space. “This ban is not in place to inconvenience people, it is being used to ensure this popular public site is a safe and friendly location for people, particularly children to enjoy themselves,” he said. “The Portland foreshore is one of our most popular tourist attractions. As we prepare for a major revitalisation of the area over the coming years, it is important that we have controls in place to ensure it remains a must-see location and space not directly associated with alcohol.”
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVISOR APPOINTED The District Council of Grant has appointed Mike Ryan to the position of economic development advisor. This role will lead and drive council’s economic development framework through cooperative and collaborative partnerships with peak bodies, business associations, State and Federal Government, local government partners, and other stakeholders. District Council of Grant chief executive officer Trevor Smart said Mr Ryan came to the District Council of Grant with a wealth of experience, contacts and knowledge in economic development. Mr Ryan will assist council in promoting council and regional
economic development opportunities in order to provide improved sustainability outcomes, value adding opportunities, economic resilience and development of the region. Mr Ryan’s appointment will greatly assist council in its direction in the economic development area with one of his primary roles being to establish council’s economic development framework. “This will determine how Council collectively progresses our economic development approach, our resources and efforts, and will also assist in measurement of performance and outcomes in economic development for
council,” Mr Smart said. The role will provide informed advice, and comprehensive support to local business with a focus on primary industry sector, and the small business sector. Mr Ryan (pictured) will commence with council on July18.
Living in the 70’s is the debut album by Australian band Skyhooks, It spent 16 weeks at the top of the Australian album charts from late February 1975.
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STATE SUCCESS FOR LOCAL INDOOR BOWLERS The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association competed in the South Australian Indoor Bias Bowls Regional Tournament for the sixth time, to come second place for the Othams Trophy with Adelaide Metro winning it by two points. The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association team travelled to Adelaide to play the 2016 Regional tournament at Ascot Park Primary School on the June long weekend. The association competed against teams from the Mid South East Indoor Bowls Association, Adelaide Metro and Para Districts/Golden Grove Association. Each team comprised of26 players, of who fielded 10 different team combinations. The Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association showed that it could mix it with the best once again, winning medals in six of the 10 disciplines. The team was set an example with the ladies singles competitor, 16 year old Keisha Pearson winning two games and having one draw to win the gold medal with precision bowling. (19-18 vs Adelaide Metro, 18-18 vs Para Dist/ Gol Gr, 33-14 vs Mid Sth East) Graham Dent and John Oakley also won gold by winning all three games and dominated their event to claim the men’s pairs. (23-3 vs Mid Sth East, 19-15 vs Adelaide Metro, 21-12 vs Para Dist/Gol Gr) The ladies fours team of Janice Knight, Lorraine VanDen Hoogen, Jennifer Bowering and Fiona Pearson also gelled together with three wins to also win the gold medal. (20-10 vs Mid Sth East, 31-6 vs Adelaide Metro, 28-19 vs Para Dist/Gol Gr) The Ladies Pairs team of Sue Jolley and Doreen Oakley was very unlucky to lose the last game by one shot to miss out on gold and win the silver medal in the ladies pairs. (20-13 vs Adelaide Metro, 18-12 vs Para Dist/Gol Gr, 19-20 vs Mid Sth East) Husband and wife combination of Marina and Perria Davis won the silver medal in the mixed pairs event and even though they beat the winning team their percentage was not high enough to take the top mantle. (26-6 vs Para Dist/Gol Gr, 13-16 vs Mid Sth East, 17-15 vs Adelaide Metro) The men’s triples team of Simon Attiwill, Zac Pearson and Craig Pearson was put into disarray on the Saturday morning when Zac woke up sick and had to withdraw from the tournament. So Scott Gregory, who came along just for the ride, was called up to lead and Simon was promoted to play second, with the support of their skipper Craig, regrouping well to win one game and have a draw, to take the silver medal on percentage. All the regions points were tallied for the Othams Trophy and the Mount Gambier District Indoor Bowls Association finished in second place after trying to defend its crown from last year FINAL STANDINGS Adelaide Metro 36, Mount Gambier 34, Para District / Golden Grove 32, Mid South East 18. lifestyle1.net | 25
MOUNT GAMBIER DISTRICT INDOOR BOWLS ASSOCIATION MEDALLISTS Far left (top) - Ladies Singles Gold Medallist – Keisha Pearson Far left (bottom) - Men’s Pairs Gold Medallists – John Oakley & Graham Dent Above (top) - Ladies Fours Gold Medallists – Janice Knight, Lorraine VanDen Hoogen, Jennifer Bowering & Fiona Pearson. Above (bottom) - Men’s Triples Silver Medallists – Simon Attiwill, Scott Gregory & Craig Pearson Top left - Ladies Pairs Silver Medallists – Doreen Oakley & Sue Jolley Bottom left - Mixed Pairs Silver Medallists – Marina Davis & Perria Davis
Weddings BRETT HOSKING & ALISSA SPARROW Alissa went to primary school with Brett’s sister Jo and they were close friends, so Alissa and Brett both knew of each other. After primary school, Jo and Alissa went separate ways, but in 2007, mothers group bought them back together. Six years later an accidental Facebook friend request by Alissa’s daughter to Brett, resulted in them contacting each other and meeting up. In October 2013, they became a couple and the rest is history. Brett proposed just on sunset, while on holiday in Fiji on March 12 last year - the proposal coming as a complete surprise to Alissa. Brett designed the engagement ring and after sourcing the perfect diamond, had it specially made before leaving Australia. He carried it everywhere with him in Fiji unbeknown to Alissa. The ceremony, which was on the lawns of the Customs House on the one year anniversary of their engagement, of the was a combination of tradition and emerging trends, with Alissa walking down the aisle to A Thousand Years, by Christina Perri. Alissa carried her great, great grandmother’s wedding ring and her great grandmother’s pearls on her bouquet and her Nanna’s handkerchief in her dress. The couple also had a sand ceremony to symbolise the merging of this new family of Alissa, Brett and Alissa’s two children Jack & Ayva. “Was the most perfect and amazing day for us and the best day of our lives,” Alissa said. “Nothing went wrong, everything went to plan.” A plan that Alissa was hands on with every step of the way - she created the invites, wedding cake, menus, table seatings, table numbers, ceremony books, place cards, her headpiece, Ayva’s sash on dress and the cake. Photos courtesy of Kristy Janeway
Bridal Party Matron of Honour • Tanya Pettingill Bridesmaids • Jo Lindner & Kellea Wilson Junior Bridesmaid • Ayva Odgers Best Man • Tim Hosking Groomsmen • Ricky Lindner Junior Groomsman • Jack Odgers Parents Alissa’s parents • Brian & Gayle Sparrow Brett’s parents • Sid & Jill Hosking
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WESTERN BORDER STAGES A CLEAN SWEEP OF JUNIOR TITLES The Western Border Netball Association has returned from the 2016 SA Country Championships with three titles and narrowly missing out on a fourth when the A Grade suffered a
one goal defeat to North Eastern. The 17 & Under team had a lot to play for after being stung on the eve of the championships with the news Tenille Gray was ineligible.
Western Border 13 & Under championship team
The remaining nine players dug deep, remaining undefeated for the entire championships and eventually taking the title by two goals against Mid South East Netball Association in a scrappy grand final. Keah Lynch was one player who really rose to the occasion, as she filled the big shoes of Tenille in goal attack and controlled the attack line and got the job done with some accurate finishing. Keah went from key midcourter and back up goaler to starting goal attack on the back of Tenille’s exclusion and her leadership and work rate was pivotal to the team’s success. Brenna McKay, a long time team mate of Tenille, also looked to take her game to another level, often creating turnovers just when her team needed them and her work over the shot and refusal to be
out-rebounded was critical to the team’s success. Emily Pietsch also had a fair say on how the championships turned out, playing a number of positions in all three areas of the court to allow coach Audine Bryant to rest players and Pietsch’s defensive combination with McKay continues to blossom. Zoe Duncan, as she so often is, was the unsung hero of the line-up, making the wing defence bib her own with her willingness to shadow any opponent and deny them time and space and any easy possessions. She was also a reliable outlet when the attack line needed to use the transverse line to reset. Sara Smith was another revelation, taking on the wing attack role and driving strongly to the circle and delivering the
Western Border 17 & Under championship team Western Border 15 & Under championship team
ball with great precision to Keah and spearhead Tilah Buckingham. The tall shooter was a great target for the 17 & Under team and her ability to finish accurately from long range made her a tough match up for all opposition teams. Madi Turner was a work horse in the mid court, getting the job done at both ends of the court and using her front cut to great effect. Utilities Ellie Gould and Tori McIntyre were also critical, taking on roles in the defensive circle and in the mid court, where their athleticism was a great asset. The grand final victory was back to back titles for the 17 & Under team which now turns its attention to the Victorian Association Championships on June 26 in Melbourne. Missing key players at the Western Zone Championships, the 15 & Under team bowed out in the semi finals but at the SA Country Championships this team was out to show just what it could achieve and, like the 17s, went through undefeated. The grand final performance was dominant to say the least as the young side smothered the Riverland and dominated every area of the court to take a 21-2 goal lead into half time before cruising somewhat to a 39-8 final scoreline. Defenders Molly Watson and Jordyn Adams were supreme all weekend, making life tough for their opponents at every turn. Both took a number of spectacular interceptions as well as working the front position hard to deny easy possession. They also worked well
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WESTERN BORDER STAGES A CLEAN SWEEP OF JUNIOR TITLES Western Border A Grade runner-up team
Mid South East 17 & Under runner-up team
over the shot with their long reach and refused to be out-rebounded. At the other end Olivia Patzel and Nyah Allen formed a formidable combination. Olivia was the playmaker, creating space for the taller Nyah and both finished with good accuracy. Nyah’s ability to take the ball strongly in the air made her a tough match up for all opponents and with the assistance of back up goalers Isabelle Turner and Imogen Walker, the duo was also well rested heading into the finals. Isabelle and Imogen were both key mid courters, alongside Caitlin McMahon, Madisyn Freeman and Emily Close. It was a pacy mid courter, as well as physically strong, with all players having a good defensive mindset as well working overtime at the
offensive end of the court. Tyne Bosko was also a key defensively, getting the job done, whether in the defensive circle or on the defensive wing. Her ability to get her hands on the ball and also to help with transition was critical in the championship campaign. The Felicity Walker coached combination now has successive titles with five of the players in last year’s championship winning team. Back to back titles also for the 13& Under team with coach Christie McCourt again in charge. The girls had plenty of easy wins before a loss late in the minor round gave them a little wake up call, leading to a comprehensive finals series performance. The 13 & Under girls worked their way to a four goal buffer by half
time of the grand final before Riverland, their 2015 opponent as well, surged back but the young Western Border stars dug deep and ended up with an eight goal victory. Kate Walker, Paige Nitschke and Sarah Nulty were the team’s shooters, working well in all combinations through the weekend. All three moved well and finished accurately and were well served by their mid court of Hannah Nitschke, Lucy Denton, Tara Bryant and Jordan Freeman. The quartet ran hard, defended tenaciously and fed the ball with good accuracy, while at the defensive end it was Emily Dawe, Madi Haggett and Kayleigh Taylor, who unfortunately suffered a late championship injury and was unavailable for the grand final, continually created turnovers with some hard fought interceptions and strong rebounding. For the second consecutive year, the A Grade lost a key player to concussion, when Saints defender Alex Walker hit the court hard after a rebounding contest, in the final minor round clash on Monday morning. It meant the star defender was ruled out for the finals series but the A Grade side still dug deep. Trailing by four early in the second half of the semi final clash with sister association Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Netball Association, Western Border lifted their efforts to another level and powered to an eight goal victory. Eilish McKay was impassable at the back of the court, snaring a couple of critical interceptions and rebounding strongly and she was well supported by Kimmi Varcoe who started to get her hands to balls and was also important in transition. Mel Renko’s pressure at wing defence also started to force errors from the KNT feeders, while Rachael Hines and Tanaya Redman worked overtime on the circle’s edge and showed great patience in delivering to Abbey Duncan and Caroline Davey – both shooters finishing accurately when it mattered most. Duncan did a mountain of work up the court as well, as the intensity and work rate of the Western Border saw KNT’s dreams of a grand final berth dissipate as quickly as they had appeared. Western Border then took on North Eastern in the title decider – a team they lost to by 13 in the minor round – their heaviest loss of the weekend. And North Eastern threatened to take control early, slipping out to a 4-0 lead in the blink of an eye as passing errors and accurate finishing from the NENA shooters looked set to steal the trophy from the reigning titleholders. But as they had in the semi final, the Western Border girls refused to concede and again it was Varcoe and McKay leading the way with some important touches and all of a sudden, the pressure on the NENA goalers to get possession started to tell on their accuracy and McKay started to dominate the boards. The Western Border attack line then lifestyle1.net | 29
Georgia Nolan & Tracey Poulton - Top 10
settled as well with Renko playing a pivotal role in transition and Hines and Redman continually presenting on the circle’s edge to give Duncan and Davey an outlet to find better position for their shot. Smothered in the opening minutes, Davey started to find space on the hold, while Duncan was front cutting and driving the baseline with her usual turn of speed, separating the NENA defenders and setting up good shots for Western Border, who started to build a slender lead. Western Border worked its way to as much as a four goal lead but NENA continued to fight back and halfway through the second half they had worked their way to a four goal lead but again Western Border rallied, scoring the last three goals of the match before the clock beat their late challenge and handed North Eastern the 2016 title. Davey and Walker’s outstanding weekend saw them named in the Championship Top 10 players – Davey for the second successive year and Walker in her first year as a senior player. Davey was well supported by Duncan and Sarah Lock, who both showcased their long range finishing and good timing on the drive, while the mid court of Hines, Renko, Redman and Amanda O’Shaughnessy worked overtime whether in offensive or defensive roles, while at the defensive end, Varcoe, Walker and McKay showed just what talent is emerging from the Western Border Netball Association, often instigating comebacks for their team and turning possible defeat into some impressive victories for the Donna Denton coached line-up. Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara players Georgia Nolan, Tracey Poulton and Sall Logan were also named in the Championships Top 10. And that wasn’t the KNTNA’s only success - their B Grade side finished runner-up to Barossa, Light & Gawler.
Alex Walker & Caroline Davey - Top 10
Mid South East 17 & Under Demi Carter
KNT A Grade Meg Fennell
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Mid South East 17 & Under Maddy Pulmer
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While it’s important to have people you can regularly call on, you shouldn’t limit yourself to a specific relationship. Dad was a big mentor for me, and it was him who convinced me to take on the accounting degree that led into business and journalism. Robert Gottliebsen, the founding editor of BRW, was another. He became one of my first mentors in business after asking me to join the magazine soon after he started it. So, in that sense, I’ve been lucky. The people I sought out for advice through the early stages of my career were always very close and accessible. However, there have been other people I’ve looked up to and learnt a ton from, some of which I’ve only had passing relationships with. You see, mentoring doesn’t necessarily depend on close, regular relationships. A lot can be learnt from afar too. It’s all about learning from people you respect and getting their opinion on decisions you’re unsure about. And by listening, reading and watching people whose judgement and track record you admire, a lot can be learnt without that one-on-one relationship. If you respect a public figure or politician, read their book and follow their blog. Maybe you want to learn from the
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experiences of a social commentator or successful businessperson? Listen to their interviews, attend conferences they’re speaking at and tune into podcasts. Of course, for specific guidance, it’s important to have people you can regularly call on too. Just don’t limit the definition of mentoring to a specific relationship. As to how to go about finding those one-on-one mentors, the first step is to ask yourself what you want in a mentor or sponsor. Just like a finding a job and career that matches up values and qualifications, a mentor must match too. To do that it’s crucial to identify career goals, what the end game is and the type of person, both in terms of values and experience, that can help you get there. A mentor should be someone that will challenge you, ask tough questions and help guide the big your career calls, but they must also be compatible and supportive too. One way to identify the profile of a good mentor is to recall the last time you were challenged by a boss that invested the time and resources into helping you grow into that challenge. This is a pretty good yardstick for the type of person that will make a great mentor.
YOUR MONEY MATTERS FINANCIAL MENTORS ARE A MUST Once you know what you’re looking for and the things to get out of the relationship, it’s time to find a mentor. Often it’s pretty close to home – a current employer or business circle – and no more searching is required. But a more formal approach is to check if work has a mentoring program or, outside that, industry interest groups, business bodies, networking groups or the local Chamber of Commerce. These are all rich sources of business guidance, but if there’s nothing suitable in these places then be sure to ask for referrals. Apart from the formality of industry bodies, it definitely pays to look outside work because there’s a good chance people in your own network will be able to introduce quality contacts to approach. It might just be for a coffee to talk about the industry at first, and that’s great, but if there’s a mutual respect and enthusiasm it can grow into something more regular. A word of personal opinion though – you don’t have to make a formal request. It’s a relationship like any other and will develop organically over time. The most important thing is to build that respect and confidence. Of course having a formal relationship is part of any mentoring program, and a lot of people do like to make the mentor-protégé relationship official, but for mine its better left to grow by itself. As to mentoring roles, be sure to do your bit. It’s not all one way, so see what opportunities it might be possible to open up in return and even see if you’re in a position to pass on the favour and mentor someone yourself. This is a terrific way to get an understanding of the whole relationship and will help you get, and give, better guidance yourself. It’s important to be motivated, ask good questions when help is needed, and demonstrate a hunger to succeed and act on advice to get the most out of a mentor.
But the most important thing? Listen, show respect and be reliable. Mentoring is about professional growth by learning from others, so take responsibility for your side of the relationship by listening carefully and being accountable. Good luck. DAVID KOCH
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JACK BULLOCK & RHIANNON SIMS Jack Bullock and Rhiannon Sims met when she was working and living in Cairns, and Jack had decided to embark on a one year travel adventure from England - he hails from Essex, 30 minutes outside London. He came to work at the hostel where she was volunteering. “I initially thought he was about 17, so I wasn’t interested but turns out he just had a baby face,” Rhiannon said. “We became inseparable best friends, and when he had to continue travelling down the East Coast we decided that we were a little more serious, and that he would come back for me. I ended up moving back to England with him when his visa ran out.” It was on Rhiannon’s 25th birthday that Jack took her for a surprise date to London. After an aggravating stiletto accident on an escalator the couple ended up in Soho. “Jack and I have always said to each other ‘The world is our oyster’ and we arrived at The Wright Brothers Oyster Bar - a fancy little restaurant, where we had a little corner table to ourselves,” Rhiannon said. Jack wanted to place the ring in an oyster but Rhiannon never left the table so he soldiered on and popped the question. The ring was a gorgeous solo diamond that he had picked out with his mother. “I loved it but we went to slip it on my finger it was too small. The look on his face would break your heart! So, after a while, I got the cube of butter, rubbed it around my knuckle, and Viola!! It fit!” Rhiannon said. The couple got married at Pelican Point, a place close to Rhiannon’s heart and filled with childhood memories. She walked down the aisle to the Elvis Presley hit Can’t Help Falling in Love, performed by Mahalia and Bo’az Manser. Rhiannon wore a pearl bracelet that was her Nana’s 21st birthday present and also her mother’s pearls. The reception theme was Vintage Travel & Photography and the couple’s first dance was to Sleeping at Last’s rendition of 500 Miles. Photos courtesy of Amy Agnew Photography
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Weddings Bridal Party Maid of Honour Stacey Neill Bridesmaids Candyce Dunford Sammy Sims Flower Girls Skyla Sims Zailey Sims Rachael Dunford Best Man Jimi Shea Groomsmen George Haymes AJ Gardner
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BRAIN TEASERS 11. Which very famous artist sadly passed away this year? 12. Which duo won the 2015 Aria award for “Best Video?” 13. Who is the female artist that chooses to hide her face from the cameras? 14. What is Pink’s real name? 15. What is the name of Drake’s new song? 16. Who and which song won the 2015 Aria award for Song of the Year? 17. What is the most watched music video on YouTube? 18. Who won the first Australian Idol in 2003? 19. Disturbed covered which popular Simon & Garfunkel song? 20. Which Taylor Swift album won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year?
ANSWERS MUSIC 1. Michael Jackson; 2. Her ages; 3. Elvis Presley; 4. Justin Bieber; 5. Beyoncé; 6. I kissed a girl; 7. Hoops by The Rubens; 8. Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan.; 9. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; 10. Adele; 11. Prince; 12. The Veronicas; 13. Sia; 14. Alecia Beth Moore; 15. One Dance; 16. Conrad Sewell - Start Again; 17. PSY- Gangnam Style; 18. Guy Sebastian; 19. Sound of SilenceL; 20. 1989
MUSIC 1. Who was the song “Thriller” sang by? 2. Adele has named her last three albums after what? 3. Who was known as the “King of Rock and Roll?” 4. Who won the 2016 Billboard Music Award for the Top Male Artist? 5. Which female artist recently released the popular album “Lemonade?” 6. What was the name of Katy Perry’s very first single? 7. Which song was announced number 1 in the 2015 Triple J Hottest 100? 8. Who are the four members of One Direction? 9. Which famous composer is responsible for “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik?” 10. Who won the 2016 Billboard Music Award for the Top Female Artist?
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Life has become more comfortable for residents of STAY Residential Services’ respite home thanks to support from the Rotary Club of Hamilton North. The club has donated $1500 to STAY which will help to purchase new furniture for the respite home at 29 Roberts Street. The donation follows $500 received by STAY from Rotary’s community raffle after being one of the most successful local organisations in selling tickets. The support is well timed as demand for respite services has reached record levels. CEO Maree Sandford said respite was provided not only to people with a disability but their families as well. Ms Sandford said the service runs at an average of 95 per cent capacity and there were times demand couldn’t be met. More than 50 adults and children use the service. “It’s nearly always filled to 100 per cent capacity and having so many people in and out of the facility means furnishings and electrical equipment don’t survive for long,” Ms Sandford said. STAY is planning to replace six small televisions, a leather couch and kitchen chairs. It also hopes to buy new outdoor play equipment. STAY will utilise its own funds to assist with these purchases. The furniture items will be purchased locally through Hamilton furnishings and all purchases will be from local businesses. Ms Sandford said the club’s generous donation was greatly appreciated. “It is vital that STAY maintains its facilities for the comfort of all services users and staff so that we continue to provide high quality programs and activities for all the people we support,” she said.
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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 ------------------------------------------
JAYCO STARCRAFT ’93 15’6” poptop, electric brakes, gas stove, island d.bed, 3 way fridge and microwave. $8,950 O.N.O. May trade car. Ph 0408 806 024. Millicent. 636 ------------------------------------------
AUSSIE MALE mid 60’s seeking lady slim-medium aged up to mid 60’s in the South East area. Reply PO Box 798, Millicent 5280. 636 ------------------------------------------
SIZE TO SUIT, prices vary from $18 per week. Central Mt Gambier location. Ph 0400 391 712 or 8725 7952. 639 ------------------------------------------
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 -----------------------------------------GARAGE DOOR, panel lift double garage door, cream $1,200 O.N.O. Ph 0439 802 075. 636 ------------------------------------------
FOR SALE Indian ringnecks, various colours. Ph 0488 055 327. 636 ------------------------------------------
SE Battery Service Pty Ltd South East Mobility Equipment South East Sustainable Energy Call into your licorice all sorts store We have it all! 120 Penola Road, Mt Gambier Ph 08 8725 9911 W ------------------------------------------
PETS & LIVESTOCK
PET SITTER AVAILABLE to mind your beloved pets/poultry. Your home/ours. Competitive rates. Collecting bins/mail/ watering plants. Ph: 08 8725 7952 or 0400 391 712. 639 ------------------------------------------
HOT DIPPED Galvanised Trailers, 6x4, 7x5, 8x5 Tandem, Optional Cage, Starting From $1650 Inc GST, Diverse Transport Fabrications 5 Cave Road Mt Gambier Ph: 0438 351 760 OL-638 ------------------------------------------
FOR RENT short/long term rental. Mount Gambier venue, wedding, functions, seminars. $25O per day. Ph: 0418 838 684. 639 ------------------------------------------
HOME & GARDEN
GUTTER and down pipes cleaned from $60. Phil and Deb’s Garden Care Plus ph: 0429 012 990. OL-636 ------------------------------------------
Taylor Marine 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 ------------------------------------------
TRACKSIDE PET MEATS FRESH DAILY & PRESERVATIVE FREE
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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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FIRST LIGHT YOGA – stretch & strengthen gently & calmly. $10. Qualified instructor – Julia 0429 094 434. 641 ------------------------------------------
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NARACOORTE PLAZA KIOSK. A great opportunity to purchase Lotteries Agency and Newsagent sub-agency in the brilliant foot traffic location, right in the middle of Naracoorte’s thriving Kincraig Plaza. The complementary combination of the 2 agencies makes this business easy to operate with minimum staffing. Currently operating 6 days a week, with potential for further growth. $99,950. Phone Diana Edwards on 0417 888 624 for further details. F ------------------------------------------
FOR PROBLEM septics, leachfields, greasetraps and drains, Use FLUSH-IT(R) and let nature do the work. Ph 1300 657 570 or 03 5158 1248. W ------------------------------------------
MORE THAN JUST GOOD SPORTS. Ph 08 8725 7582. 16 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. W ------------------------------------------
SPORTSPOWER YOUR LOCAL EXPERTS. For All Your Sporting Needs Ph 08 8725 1004 42 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. W ------------------------------------------
WINTER SPECIALS 25% off normal price, free quotes, brick, M/Gambier stone rock face, blue stone, dolomite, concrete for paving, BBQs, flower boxes, gazebo, garden seat, fences, FIREPLACE, dog house, chookpen, steps, ramps, verandah columns, gate posts. Will travel. BLD231035 Ph 0418 838 684/ 08 8725 7952 639 ------------------------------------------
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FARM INJURIES IN THE SPOTLIGHT Farmers will have the chance to contribute to a new research project that measures the impacts of farm-related serious injuries. The study will provide an overview of recovery and measure the social, mental and physical effects of farm-based major injuries. It also aims to provide a realistic insight into the barriers that prevent farmers from returning to a pre-injury lifestyle and explore factors that patients felt helped or hindered their recovery after injury. The Deakin University Rural Community Clinical School has received funding from the Western Alliance Academic Health Science Centre. The researchers are now recruiting farmers from all backgrounds to form a consumer focus group. The 15-month study will involve telephone interviews with farmers identified in Monash University’s Victorian State Trauma Registry and who have been victims of major trauma farm incidents. This project is unique in that it draws from one of the largest major trauma registries in the world. The consumer group will meet three times over the course of the study, with the first meeting held in Warrnambool with subsequent meetings to take place by teleconference. Reimbursement for attendance at these meetings may be available. Farmers interested in being part of the consumer group can contact Meg Murray on (03)5564 4327 or meg.murray@deakin. edu.au
Local Sport SEABL - PIONEERS SPLIT ROAD DOUBLE The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers split their Tasmanian road trip at the weekend, narrowly losing to South Conference leaders, the Hobart Chargers, and then easily accounting for the fourth ranked North Tasmania Thunder. Friday night’s clash against the Chargers was always going to be a challenge and the first quarter lived up to that billing with a basket for basket opening to the match before a Kane deWit three and a sweet jump shot from Brad Rathjen gave the visitors a handy five point quarter time lead. And the Pioneers looked determine to build that advantage, opening the second quarter in fine style and powering to a 12 point lead with 7:30 to play. But just as quickly as that lead was built up, it was dissipated by the home side, which went on
a 13-0 run that saw the Pioneers held scoreless for more than four minutes and with 3:15 on the clock the Chargers were back in the lead with a one point buffer. Missed threes and foul shots plagues the Pioneers during the costly dry spell before Luke Jamieson broke the scoring drought and again by half time the Pioneers had regained the lead, 42-37. The third quarter strongly resembled the first as the two sides traded baskets and by the final change it was the Chargers who now held the advantage, courtesy of some strong perimeter shooting, with the deficit for the Pioneers sitting at five points. With a home crowd cheering them one, the Chargers looked set to record a comfortable victory when a BJ Radcliffe three found the mark. at the halfway point of the last, and the Chargers enjoyed a 15 point lead – a game high advantage for either side.
But the Pioneers would not be denied, as they look to push for a top two finish in the South Conference, and on the back of some strong rebounding and scoring from Tyrone Lee and Brad Hill but time ran out and the Pioneer fell three points short of a key road victory. Hill (19); Lee (17); Tom Daly (14) and Jamieson (12) led the scoring for the visitors, with Jamieson and Desmond Simmons pulling in nine and 10 rebounds respectively. The Pioneers were leaving nothing to chance in the second leg of their Tasmanian trip, dominating the Thunder with a 32-15 opening quarter from which the home side never recovered. The third quarter was also decisive as the Pioneers powered to a 30 point win, shooting at a stunning 51 percent from the floor and converting 10 from 24 from beyond the arc with Jamieson (24); Hill (18); Simmons (16) and Daly (15) leading the way –
Jamieson again getting the job done on the boards with 11 rebounds. The Pioneers are on the road again this weekend when they head to Lauren Jackson Stadium to take on fifth ranked Albury Wodonga.
FUNDING FOR LUCINDALE KARTING CLUB Tony Pasin, Member for Barker, last week announced funding of $19,800 under the Stronger Communities Programme for the Lucindale Karting Club for the track light upgrade project. “This is an exciting opportunity for the Lucindale Karting Club to upgrade their facilities, adding to the community’s vibrancy and viability,” Mr Pasin said. “I congratulate the Lucindale Karting Club on their successful application, and am looking forward to the continued success of the club and all involved.” “This grant money together with donations from local business for a major lighting upgrade has been in the planning for years,” said Melinda Ludwig, from the Lucindale Karting Club. “New Lighting will provide a safer facility for drivers and provide better entertainment for spectators. This funding is perfectly timed as we the Lucindale Karting Club are holding the South Australian State Titles in 2017, which will bring competitors from all over Australia to our region bringing with them much needed tourism dollars.” The Stronger Communities Program has delivered $45 million over two years for projects aimed at improving local community participation and cohesion. Above - Scott Rayner (president), David Bull, Member for Barker Tony Pasin, Melinda Ludwig and Ian Rowlands.
SWDFL - A GRADE
MT GAMBIER NETBALL - A GRADE
Coleraine 15.8 (98) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 5.7 (37) Cavendish 18.11 (119) d Westerns 3.9 (27) Dartmoor 24.15 (159) d Heathmere 5.1 (31) Tyrendarra 19.16 (130) d Hetwood 4.7 (31)
Saints 54 (P. Primmer; R. Primmer) d Intruders 40 (B. Easterbrook, J. Laube) Hobitz 80 (R. henke, L. Humphries) d Zodiacs 17 (T. Young, C. Whicker)
INDOOR BOWLS - PENNANT
FOOTBALL Camperdown 16.15 (111) d Portland 9.8 (62) South Warrnambool 18.20 (128) d Hamilton Kangaroos 8.8 (56) NETBALL Hamilton Kangaroos 46 (R. Lewis, R, Langley, R, Vankalken) d South Warrnambool 40 Camperdown 50 d Portland 34 (L. Kelly, J. Piergrosse, K. Jennings)
Mount Gambier Community RSL Pennants - Round 9 Kilsby Shield RSL & District Gold 67 d Post-Tel 51, Glenburnie d Mil Lel (Forfeit), Commercial Club Gold 57 d Saints 46, Glencoe - Bye Malseed Shield Kongorong 56 d Moorak Red 52, Moorak Blue 51d Yahl 50, Blue Lake Bowlers White 60 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 54 Premiership points after Round 9 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 14 points, 147.38%; RSL & District Gold 14, 138.98; Glenburnie 14, 123.32; Saints 12, 111.42; Commercial Club Gold 10, 110.14; Glencoe 4, 64.72; Mil Lel 4, 63.55. Malseed Shield Kongorong 15, 127.29; Blue Lake Bowlers White11, 100.00; Moorak Red 8, 97.95; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 7, 95.08; Moorak Blue 7, 85.40; Yahl 6, 98.73.
HAMPDEN FNL - A GRADE
BLUE LIGHT MT GAMBIER & THE OATMILL CINEMA PRESENTS
Ice Age 5 Collision Course Thursday 30th June @ 6.15pm Tickets $6.00 and can only be purchased from the Mount Gambier Police StaƟŽn. Buy your own food & drinks from the Oatmill Cinema. Parents / Caregivers to collect their children at 8.15pm.
BASKETBALL - SECBL A GRADE MEN’S A GRADE Cougars 98 (S. Stafford 35; K. deWit 20; S. Braim 19) d Panthers 73 (K. Rodis 28; D. Brown 26; R. Hein 11); Wizards 81 (B. Rathjen 26; P. Loring 22; B. Close 14) d Roos 67 (M. Makoi, C. Bachmann 19; M. Bachmann 15); Bulldogs 96 (S. Sochacki. J. Jenner 22; S. Berkefeld 17) d Saints 65 (A. Schultz 26; J. Telfer 12; C. Gallio 10) WOMEN’S A GRADE Panthers 63 (B. Stratford 21; B. McKay 12; C. Manning 11) d Cougars 43 (T. Gray 19; C. Horrigan 8; M. Amy 6); Cats 20 received a forfeit from Roos 0; Saints 64 (O. Fuller 20; J. Allan 16; A. Brooks 12) d Bulldogs 47 (J. Paunovic 17 E. Hunter 8; S. Dowdy 7)
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A fully Supervised event – no pass outs. A smoke-drug-alcohol free event. Recommended for Ages 7-13yo.
Local Sport TIGERS SECURE TOP SPOT North Gambier has regained top position on the Western Border football ladder with a strong 27 point victory over South Gambier. After a tight opening half, the Tigers made their move in the third and headed into the final change 24 points clear. The Demons, who took the honours between the 2015 grand finalists on ANZAC Day, threatened to mount a comeback in the final term, and when a Brett Exelby contested mark and goal saw the deficit sneak below three straight kicks, it was game on but
MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL the Tigers had an answer for everything and finishing with a 27 point victory. Leigh Symons, Mason Ashby and Sam Stafford led the way for the Tigers with young gun Declan Carmody also winning plenty of ball – the Tigers also boosted by a rare appearance from rising star Brad Close. It was the usual suspects for South with Bronson Saffin and Brett O’Neil showing their class, with Scott Fleming clearly the best big man on the ground. Five goals from coach Matthew Scanlon saw East Gambier cruise to a 78 point win over Millicent with Jayden Eldridge building on his stellar 2016 with another best on ground performance, while West Gambier started its campaign to get off the bottom of the ladder with a hard fought two goal win over Casterton Sandford and sit only two wins shy of fourth position with seven rounds still to play. Young recruit Tom Zeitz and talented young Roo Lawrence Bradley-Brown led the way for West Gambier. Left - Brock Egan. Above - Ciaran Buckley. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.
WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE
WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE North Gambier 4.0 6.5 10.9 15.12 (102) South Gambier 5.1 6.2 7.3 12.3 (75) Goals - North: N. Moretti, D. Carmody, S. Stafford 3; B. Close, L.Symons, M. McInerney, N. Blachut, H. Telford, B. Egan. South: B. Exelby 3; J. Capewell, L. Denton, B. Saffin 2; N. O’Neil, B. Weaver, A. Bryant, Best - North: L. Symons, M. Ashby, S. Stafford, B. Egan, D. Carmody, B. Close. South: S. Fleming, B. Saffin, B. O’Neil, N. Jenkin, C. Williams, B. Howard. West Gambier 1.4 5.7 8.7 10.8 (68) Casterton Sandford 0.0 3.1 5.3 8.6 (54) Goals - West: G. Ha, L. Bradley-Brown 3; K. Giddings, A. Pfitzner, S. Wenman, J. Coombe. Casterton Sandford: R. Killey 3; T. Nesbitt 2; D. Wombwell, D. Ryan, J. Stephenson. Best - West: T. Zeitz, G. Ha, L. Bradley-Brown, M. Kipping, S. Robson, K. Giddings, Casterton Sandford: T. Nesbitt, J. Searle, D. Ryan, T. Shannon, J. Gibbs, J. Fry. East Gambier 3.1 9.6 12.12 17.20 (122) Millicent 3.2 5.4 6.5 6.8 (44) Goals - East: M. Scanlon 5; M. Dempsey 3; L. Thomson, S. Balshaw 2; D. Howard, D. Christian, K. Thomson, K. Thomson, J. Eldridge. Millicent: S. Willis 2; E. Glass-Reilly, T. Hutchesson, P. Duncan, J. Reilly. Best - East: J. Eldridge, wM. Dempsey, S. Vlashaw, D. Christian, M. Kieselbach, R. Janeway. Millicent: T. Hutchesson, A. Schultz, C. Reilly, B. kenny, J. Weir, J. Grimes.
B GRADE North Gambier 16.6 (102) d South Gambier 3.2 (20) Millicent 7.7 (49) d East Gambier 5.2 (32) Casterton Sandford 19.8 (122) d West Gambier 0.6 (6)
UNDER 17.5 South Gambier 6.5 (41) d North Gambier 5.8 (38) East Gambier 19.10 (124) d Millicent 4.1 (25) West Gambier 10.10 (70) d Casterton Sandford 2.4 (16)
UNDER 15 South Gambier 16.11 (107) d North Gambier 2.2 (14) Millicent 8.15 (63) d east Gambier 4.0 (24) West Gambier 5.10 (40) d Casterton Sandford 2.3 (15)
UNDER 13 South Gambier 10.6 (66) d North Gambier 0.0 (0) Millicent 9.11 (65) d East Gambier 0.1 (1)
Millicent 69 (N. Allen, D. Denton) d East Gambier 41 (B. Creek, R, Hines); West Gambier 57 (L. McGregor, O. McEvoy) d Casterton Sandford 40 (M. Cleary, T. Guthrie); North Gambier 63 (M. Renko, A. O’Shaughnessy) d South Gambier 41 (I. Walker, A. Mourbey)
A RESERVE East Gambier 41 (J. Clark, L. Harvey) d Millicent 30 (S. Bowman, M. Turner); Casterton Sandford 57 (T. Cleary, B. Tierney) d West Gambier 39 (K. Heaver, S. Cummins); North Gambier 64 (A. Bryan, A. Hood) d South Gambier 41 (T. Thomson, L. Mutch)
B GRADE East Gambier 46 (Z. Reynolds, S. Pedlar) d Millicent 26 (N. Domaschenz, M. Varcoe); Casterton Sandford 51 (M. Gorman, P. Cameron) d West Gambier 34 (G. Latchford, R. Humphries); North Gambier 59 (C. McCourt, L. Yeates) d South Gambier 36 (K. Grubb, K. McIntyre-Clarke)
C GRADE East Gambier 41 (H. Bates, E. Thompson) d Millicent 28 (J. Reilly, A. Smel); West Gambier 39 (J. Lamb, J. Allen) d Casterton Sandford 38 (M. Kurzman, B. Folino); South Gambier 49 (J. Pettman, N. Aston) d North Gambier 35 (T. McGinty, B. Willoughby)
A GRADE Kalangadoo 2.6 9.10 17.15 24.19 (163) Glencoe 4.3 5.4 7.9 7.11 (53) Goals - Kalangadoo: J. Casey 7; M. Durbridge 5; M. Krieger 3; B. Ousey, L. Jones, M. Lowe 2; M. Berkefeld, J. Hunter. Glencoe: T. Weaver 3; M. McRae 2; A. Hentschke, M. Kasparian. Best - Kalangadoo: L. Jones, M. Fatchen, J. Bannister, A. Stone, J. Casey, M. Berkefeld. Glencoe: N. Martin, Z. Cocks, L. Pitson, M. Kasparian, D. Childs, P. Mitchell. Kongorong 10.4 24.7 35.14 44.17 (281) Nangwarry 0.0 0.0 1.1 1.5 (11) Goals - Kongorong: J. Wright 13; P. Ellis 8; J. Simkin 7; J. Phillips 5; R. Franchetto, S. Phillips 3; A. Telford, R. Vickery, N. Ham, A. Harding, M. Waters. Nangwarry: P. Forster. Best - Kongorong: P. Ellis, J. Wright, J. Phillips, S. Phillips, S. Baker. Nangwarry: B. King, B. Deamer, N. Rowe, T. Wing, M. Thomson, P. Forster. Mt Burr 3.2 6.2 8.3 9.4 (58) Tantanoola 0.5 2.8 5.11 7.15 (57) Goals - Mt Burr: T. Renzi 4; D. Ridley 2; L. Von Einem, N. Morrison, J. Dowdy. Tantanoola: J. Dawe 2; J. Gregory, C. Hudson, T. Holmes, C. Williams, L. Smith. Best - Mt Burr: J. Wallis, D. Ridley, J. Dowdy, C. Gallio, H. Crauford, B. Hennink. Tantanoola: T. Holmes, R. Hay, C. Williams, T. Hatt, J. Dawe, J. McRostie. Hatherleigh 1.2 2.7 9.11 11.18 (84) Robe 4.1 6.6 9.6 10.9 (69) Goals - Hatherleigh: J. Wight 4; C. Buckley 3; M. Faulkner 2; B. Humphries, T. Smith. Robe: J. Wehl, Z. Deane 3; T. Rechner, H. Kurray, J. Kelly, P. Agnew. Best - Hatherleigh: G. McGrath, J. Sullivan, J. Rayson, S. Waring, J. Wight, J. Bateman. Robe: J. Dawson, R. Dickinson, J. Kelly, J. Sneath, J. Wehl, J. Pettit.
B GRADE Kalangadoo 10.15 (75) d Glencoe 6.3 (39) Kongorong 17.16 (118) d Nangwarry 3.5 (23) Tantanoola 24.23 (167) d Mt Burr 1.0 (6) Hatherleigh 17.10 (112) d Robe 5.4 (34)
SENIOR COLTS Glencoe 10.8 (68) d Kalangadoo 5.6 (36) Kongorong 11.10 (76) d Nangwarry 4.7 (31) Mt Burr 9.11 (85) d Tantanoola 6.3 (39)
JUNIOR COLTS Kalangadoo 8.7 (55) d Glencoe 0.2 (2) Kongorong 5.12 (42) d Nanwgarry 3.0 (18) Mt Burr 7.11 (55) d Tantanoola 0.0 (0)
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE Kalangadoo 85 (S. Croser, M. Russell) d Glencoe 51 (S. Edwards, L. Edwards); Kongorong 48 (N. Collins, T. Sanderson) d Nangwarry 42 (C. Dinnison, T. Stewart); Tantanoola 55 (L. Pratt, J. Walker) d Mt Burr 36 (M. Thiele, A. Guyett); Hatherleigh 46 d Robe 44.
A RESERVE Kalangadoo 48 (J. Kilsby, J. Ryan) d Glencoe 35 (T. Auld, C. June); Kongorong 72 (S. Pulkkinen, A. Hunter) d Nangwarry 52 (A. Ploenges, A. Reilly); Tantanoola 68 (D. Vanderheul, A. Fensom) d Mt Burr 29; Robe 42 d Hatherleigh 35.
B GRADE Kalangadoo 51 (E. Schultz, J. Blackmore) d Glencoe 30 (E. Greenfield, A. Weaver); Nangwarry 54 (C. Lock, B. Fullford) d Kongorong 52 (S. Telford, T. Gabrielle); Tantanoola 55 (N. Scott, B. Taylor) d Mt Burr 21 (B. Buwalda, C. Handford); Robe 53 d Hatherleigh 25
17 & UNDER
East Gambier 68 (R. Pike, A. Quick) d Millicent 31 (M. Turner, A. Craig); Casterton Sandford 32 (E. Humphries, M. Barden) d West Gambier 27 (T. McIntyre, T. Wilkinson); South Gambier 39 (T. Buckingham, C. Edmonds) d North Gambier 28 (M. Watson, S. Flett)
Glencoe 47 (A. Tweddle, S. Auld) d Kalangadoo 30 (L. Bott, A. Wright); Kongorong 59 (S. Hawkins, E. Benny) d Nangwarry 25 (K. McNair, M. Carter); Tantanoola 72 (K. Ridley, B. Merrett) d Mt Burr 18 (Z. Newton, H. Fraser); Robe 25 d Hatherleigh 22
15 & UNDER A
17 & UNDER Kalangadoo 65 (M. Egan, T. Stark) d Glencoe 18 (S. Edwards, A. Briggs); Kongorong 63 (T. Evans, S. Gaylord) d Nangwarry 40 (M. Bonham, M. Carter); Mt Burr 48 d Tantanoola 39 (V. Lucas, C. Quinn); Hatherleigh 48 d Robe 47
Millicent 45 (N. Allen, T. Werchon) d East Gambier 24 (T. Perryman, A. Johnson); West Gambier 54 (A. Egan, O. James) d Casterton Sandford 16 (M. Rice, D. Mutch); North Gambier 46 (T. Wilson-Smith, E. Close) d South Gambier 20 (J. Earle, A. McShane)
15 & UNDER B Millicent 43 (P. Nitschke, L. Denton) d East Gambier 31 (J. Freeman, M. Pannenburg); North Gambier 34 (C. Bruhn, S. Nulty) d South Gambier 30 (I. Morale, S. Domaschenz)
13 & UNDER A Millicent 68 (L. Denton, P. Nitschke) d East Gambier 13 (J. Hutchesson, K. Dempsey); West Gambier 46 (E. Dawe, J. Davey) d Casterton Sandford 7 (C. Galpin, C. Foster); South Gambier 42 (S. Boston, T. Redemski) d North Gambier 28 (E. Willoughby, S. Nulty)
13 & UNDER B Millicent 30 (C. Pratt, M. Chant) d East Gambier 15 (R. Perryman, C. Lines); West Gambier 26 (C. Duryea, O. Paine) d Casterton Sandford 11 (G. McPeake, E. Jarrad); South Gambier 64 (A. Duncan, S. Adams) d North Gambier 4 (M. Versace, A. Norman)
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15 & UNDER Kalangadoo 51 (J. Ryan, E. Ilsley) d Glencoe 26 (E. Hogan, E. Thompson); Tantanoola 56 d Mt Burr 38; Robe 45 d Hatherlreigh 16.
13 & UNDER Kalangadoo 28 (H. Watson, B. Lythgo) d Glencoe 4 (A. Trotter, G. Murphy); Kongorong 35 (Z. Von Stanke, M. Sutherland) d Nangwarry 14 (G. Johns, S. Skratek); Mt Burr 66 d Tantanoola 11; Hatherleigh 58 d Robe 5.
Right (from top) - Western Border 13 & Under netballer Paige Nitschke; Mid South East 17 & under utility Waiata Jennings & KNT A grade player Tracey Poulton, who was named in the Championship Top 10. FULL SA COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS REPORT PAGE 28 & 29
Local Sport AFL ROYALTY COMES TO TOWN
KNT FOOTBALL A GRADE Kingston 5.1 8.2 16.7 20.12 (132) Border Districts 2.2 6.8 8.8 12.10 (82) Goals - Kingston: B. Kilsby 4; C. Naker, H. Labastida 3; B. Smith, B. Major, S. Robertson 2; A. Stenner, J. Gluyas, J. Austin, K. Lohde. Border Districts: D. Hargraves 6; T. Underwood, C. Burr 2; B. Keast, F. Adams. Best - Kingston: K. Lohde, T. Baker, J. Austin, B. Kilsby, S. Robertson, T. Baker. Border Districts: C. Sandercock, N. Naylor, B. Nolan, N. Tarca, N. Thomas, D. Papazoglov. Penola 9.5 15.10 28.16 39.16 (250) Kaniva Leeor 0.2 0.4 0.7 0.8 (8) Goals - Penola: M. Lloyd 14; M. Willson 4; A. Merrett, J. Galpin 3; D. Williams, M. Ferguson, O March, A. Moore, B. Maney 2; B. Foster, S. Berkefeld, P. Lambert, L. Walker, R. Richardson. Best - Penola: M. Willson, S. Berekfeld, J. Galpin, M. Lloyd, L. Walker, A. Moore. Kaniva Leeor: L. Vivian, J. Jarred, B. King, J. Brown, J. Lyon, A. Geeves. Lucindale 9.3 13.5 17.8 19.10 (124) Kybybolite 3.2 5.2 10.6 13.10 (88) Goals - Lucindale: S. Mardling 6; A. Smart 5; H, Legoe, R. McInerney 3; H. Cox, S. McGurk. Kybybolite: C. McPherson, T. Cooper, S. Carberry 3; D. Warren, D. Arnold, M. Pfitzner, S. Craig. Best - Lucindale: M. Snowball, S. Graetz, S. Mardling, A. Smart, H. Legoe, S. McGurk. Kybybolite: J. Schultz, D. Schinckel, T. Cooper, C. McPherson, M. Schinckel, R. Jaensch, Naracoorte 5.2 11.3 13.7 18.10 (118) Keith 3.3 4.5 8.6 9.7 (61) Goals - Naracoorte: J. Bell, S. Willson, B. Gould, F. Day 3; C. Gill 2; J. Sellars, C. Stokie, T. Burns, J. Cother. Keith: G. Johnson 4; B. Lamont 2; L. Wilhlem, J. Robertson, K. Barber. Best - Naracoorte: J. Bell, T. Atkins, K. Jacobs, S. Bates, S. Willson, G. McWaters. Keith: G. Johnson, N. Hunt, T. McAllister, H. Wilhelm, S. Schreiber, C. McMurray. Bordertown 2.4 6.8 9.10 11.11 (77) Padthaway 0.3 2.5 8.5 11.7 (73) Goals - Bordertown: G. Robinson 3; C. Diment, C. McCarthy 2; T. Devitt, M. Ward, J. Searle, N. Clark. Padthaway: S. Welsh, L. Rochester 3; T, Edwards, C. Marshall 2; E. Mulvihill. Best - Bordertown: C. Diment, H. Caldwell, J. Jarrett, N. Clark, R. Tink, K. Cuthbertson. Padthaway: T. McNamara, B. Leahy, S. Townsend, L. Rochester, T. Edwards, A. Stevens.
They had a week and a half to pull it all together but the Penola Football Club could not be happier with how last weekend’s visit from Essendon great Matthew Lloyd panned out. Both on and off the field, the three time Coleman Medallist didn’t disappoint, playing for the Eagles in their clash with Kaniva Leeor, as well as being the headline act at a Sportsmans Night, which around 200 people attended. Lloyd kicked 14 goals and gave off countless others as Penola powered to a 242 point victory and club and league officials were thrilled with the spotlight firmly focussed on South East football. “He was a massive drawcard,” MNTFL president Michael Mourbey said. “I spent some time on the gate and saw a number of people coming through the gate I’ve never seen before, it was quite amazing. It would have been double or even triple the usual number of people that would be at that game.” A Penola man, as well, Mourbey said from a pure regional football perspective it was great to have Lloyd play in the league and bring publicity and exposure to football in this region. And given it was only Lloyd’s second match, outside of the EJ Whitten fixture, since retiring six years ago, Mourbey said it gave a real insight into the standard of AFL football. “To sit back and watch how good he was, even now, just shows that to play AGFL you really do need to be a class above,” he said. Penola Football Club secretary Tanya Robbie said the day was well worth the effort when former Penola assistant coach Rick Slatter, who now calls Tasmania home, contacted Eagles senior coach Adam Merrett and pitched the idea. Slatter and Lloyd are mates and Lloyd’s only
A GRADE Border Districts 55 (T. Atkinson, G. Hausler) d Kingston 46 (E. Wright, N. Pink); Bordertown 48 d Padthaway 36; Penola 63 (B. Klemm, S. Skeer) d Kaniva Leeor 44 (B. Clayton, C. Feder); Lucindale 49 (G. Pietsch, S. Logan) d Kybybolite 48 (C. Catine, C. Maggi); Naracoorte 63 d Keith 49
A RESERVE Border Districts 36 (A. Lang, E. Pretlove) d Kingston 34 (A. Hagel, N. Paget); Bordertown 72 d Padthaway 26; Penola 43 (L. Williams, K. Dent) d Kaniva Leeor 30 (B. Dickinson, H. Grosser); Lucindale48 (C. Baker, C. Pietsch) d Kybybolite 38 (J. Williams, S. Schultz); Naracoorte 43 drew with Keith 43.
B GRADE Border Districts 71 (B. Sambell, C. Pfitzner) d Kingston 56 (K. Hines, A. Stenner) Bordertown 57 d Padthaway 29; Penola 79 (A. Wurst, M. Gartner) d Kaniva Leeor 26 (P. Munn, K. Hawker); Lucindale 52 (S. Cooper, N. Bedworth) d Kybybolite 32 (F. Soltegraf, E. Sandercock); Keith 50 d Naracoorte 43.
other exhibition was for Slatter’s Tasmania club but when Lloyd said he had this weekend free and Slatter’s team had an away game, his thoughts went immediately to the Eagles, a club he called home a decade ago. “He (Lloyd) was the most genuine, nicest bloke you could ever meet,” Robbie said. “He signed autographs all day, played good footy and we couldn’t have asked for more.” The 242 point margin in the clash meant for a super tough day at the office for the struggling Cougars but having Lloyd head into their rooms for a chat after the contest was certainly a highlight.
C GRADE Kingston 47 (J. Troeth, T. Pilmore) d Border Districts 22 (S. Thomas, S. Frost); Padthaway 45 d Bordertown 42; Penola 45 (M. Martin, M. Steel) d Kaniva Leeor 29; Kybybolite 49 (M. Inverarity, H. Williams) d Lucindale 40 (S. Trussell, H. Miller); Keith 53 d Naracoorte 32.
17 & UNDER Border Districts 61 (E. Hausler, M. Gabbe) d Kingston 53 (E. Pedler, N. Gluyas); Keith 35 d Kingston 33.
15 & UNDER A Border Districts 69 (S. Modra-Ryan, L. Pfitzner) d Kingston 19 (H. Schinckel, J. Daniel); Penola 44 (E. Gordon, P. McShane) d Kaniva Leeor 22 (Z. Hawker, K. Schuller); Kybybolite 60 (S. Selig, G. Jackson) d Lucindale 27 (E. Gould, A. Dellaney); Naracoorte 51 d Keith 46.
15 & UNDER B Penola 24 (A. Marcus, A. Gartner) d Kaniva Leeor 22.
Left - Matthew Lloyd in full flight.
13 & UNDER A
Above - Matthew Lloyd runs through some plans with Penola coach Adam Merrett.
Kingston 44 (I; Little, Z. Lewis) d Border Districts 43 (L. Assen, G. Boddington); Padthaway 34 d Bordertown 14; Kaniva Leeor 37 (J. Eastwood) d Penola 27; Lucindale 37 (E. Gould, E. Jones) d Kybybolite 27 (E. Leehane, L. Sambell.
13 & UNDER B Kingston 24 (K. Pilmore, K. Summers) d Border Districts 4 (L. Koch, O. Pretlove); Bordertown 19 d Padthaway 11; Kybybolite 8 (Y. Meyer, E. Meyer) d Lucindale 7 (I. Stock, E. Corbin.
THE GIRLS COME OUT TO PLAY
With the recent announcement of the AFL’s national female competition starting in 2017, interest has already surged in the South East women’s football scene with 22 players turning out for the first session on Sunday. Anyone interested in getting involved should contact senior coach Keith Allan on 0450 846 662.
B GRADE Kingston 16.4 (100) d Border Disticts 9.8 (62) Penola 34.14 (218) d Kaniva Leero 1.1 (7) Lucindale 4.10 (34) d Kybybolite 4.8 (32) Naracoorte 17.13 (115) d Keith 3.5 (23) Padthaway 16.11 (107) d Padthaway 1.1 (7)
Top row (from left) - Madi Freeman looks to handball; head coach Keith Allan talks to the girls pre-game & Madi Freeman and Naomi Aston fight for possession.
Kybybolite 7.6 (48) d Kingston 5.10 (40) Kaniva Leeor 11.20 (86) d Penola 8.4 (52) Naracoorte 11.15 (81) d Keith 4.1 (25)
Bottom row (from left) - Jess Allan wins this ruck duel and Leyna Bruggemann feeds the ball off to Madi Freeman.
Penola 7.11 (53) d Kaniva Leeor 1.1 (7) Kybybolite 7.12 (54) d Padthaway/Lucindale 0.0 (0) Keith 5.4 (34) d Naracoorte 4.4 (28) Kingston 10.5 (65) d Border Districts 0.0 (0)
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GO 4.30 Ben 10 5.00 Jusce League Unlimited 5.30 Batman: The Brave And The Bold 6.00 Movie: Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 7.45 Movie: Spy Kids 2 (PG) 9.50 Dinner For Schmucks 12.05 Go Girls 2.00 Surﬁng Australia SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 The Bowls Show 2.00 Speedweek 4.00 UCI BMX 5.00 Cycling: InCycle 5.30 Starlin’s Daughter 6.30 SBS World News 7.35 King Tut’s Tomb: The Hidden Chamber 8.30 The Godddam Elecon! With John Safran 9.30 America’s Drug Additcon 11.25 Movie: Bend It Like Beckham 1.25 Movie: The Last Summer Of La Boyita 3.00 Movie: Wedding Fever In Campobello (M) 4.30 Explosions
GEM 2.50 Come Dine With Me 3.20 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 River Coage - Winter 8.30 Escape to the Country 10.50 Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners 11.50 New Tricks 1.00 Heartbeat
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Hijacked: Flight (1995) (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Beer Homes and Gardens 7.30 2016 Season: Round 14 (Live): Collingwood v Fremantle 11.30 Oﬀ The Bench Hosted by Wayne Schwass 12.00 Olympians - Oﬀ The Record 1.30 Home Shopping
GO 4.00 Kids’ WB Weekdays 4.05 Green Lantern 4.30 Batman: The Brave & The Bold 5.00 Ben 10: Ulmate Alien 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Movie: The Iron Giant (PG) 7.40 Movie: Harry Poer And The Half Blood Prince (PG) 10.40 iZombie
SC TEN 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 Masterchef Australia 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 Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.30 Shark Tank 9.30 Law & Order: S.V.U. 10.30 Blue Bloods
WIN VIC 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Wide World of Sports 11.00 The Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 Future Stars 1.30 Subaru Full Cycle 2.00 World Surf Leauge 3.00 T.B.A 4.00 Wild China 5.00 News: First At Five 5.30 Postcards 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 The Voice 9.00 60 Minutes 10.00 T.B.A 11.00 Major Crimes 12.00 Secrets Of The Pickpockets 1.00 Step Dave 2.00 The Avengers 3.00 20/20
7 TWO 4.00 Escape to the Country 6.00 Mighty Ships 7.00 For The Love of Dogs 7.30 Border Patrol 8.00 Motorway Patrol 8.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 Escape To The Connent 10.45 Mighty Ships
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SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Miday Movie: The Perfect Husband (2004) (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.45 TBA 9.15 2016 Wimbledon 3.30 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Seven Early News 5.30 Sunrise
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 Masterchef Australia 12.40 Dr Phil 1.40 Oﬀspring 2.40 Everyday Health 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 Have You Been Paying Aenon? 9.40 NCSI: New Orleans 10.40 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary 11.30 The Project - Encore
7 MATE 4.00 Doomsday Preppers 5.00 American Restoraon 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Talking Footy 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: Ride Along (M) 11.40 Talking Footy 12.40 Jail 1.00 City Homicide 2.00 Zero Hour SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie The Perfect Getaway (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.30 TBA 9.30 Kiss Bang Love 10.40 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares 12.35 Wild Boys 1.30 The Body Specialists
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful - Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.10 Dr. Phil 1.10 Oﬀspring 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Everyday Health 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 NCIS 9.40 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.30 The Project - Encore
7 MATE 5.00 American Restoraon 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 The Face (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 Rush Hour 10.30 Blindspot 11.30 Deﬁance 12.30 Last Chance Learners 1.30 The Body Specialists 2.00 Home Shopping
WIN SA ABC 1 SBS ONE PRIME SC TEN WIN VIC 6.00 Today 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Today 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 6.00 Sunrise 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The 11.30 Naonal Morning News 2.00 New Year’s Day Concert 2016 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Naonal Morning News Landline 11.00 Compass 11.30 Beauful 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 12.00 All Australian News 4.35 A Great Welsh 12.00 All Australian News Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 11.30 Seven Morning News 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 Masterchef 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show Adventure With Griﬀ 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 12.00 The Midday Movie Australia 12.40 Dr Phil Grand Designs 2.00 Doctor Thorne 2.00 Extra Rhys Jones 2.00 Extra Confessions Of A Young 2.50 The Cook And The Chef 3.20 The 1.40 Oﬀspring 2.30 Alive And Cooking 2.30 Alive And Cooking Bride (M) Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC 5.30 Leers And Numbers 2.40 Everyday Health 3.00 Naonal News Now 6.00 Nigella Bites 3.00 Naonal News Now 2.00 The Daily Edion News Early 3.10 Judge Judy 4.00 Aernoon News 6.30 SBS World News 4.00 Aernoon News 3.00 The Chase 3.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 5.25 The Drum 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 7.30 Michael Mosley: Trust 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 4.00 Seven News at 4 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 5.55 Anques Roadshow 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat Me, I’m a Doctor 6.00 WIN News 5.00 The Chase Australia 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 7.00 ABC News 6.00 Naonal News 8.30 The Island With Bear Grylls 7.30 The Breifcase 6.00 Seven News 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 7.30 7.30 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 9.25 Cyberwar Threat 8.30 Love Child 7.00 Home And Away 6.00 Family Feud 8.00 Australian Story 7.30 The Briefcase 10.30 SBS World News Late 9.30 Amazing Medial Stories 7.30 TBA 6.30 The Project 8.30 Four Corners 8.30 Love Child 11.00 Movie: On The Road 10.30 Footy Classiﬁed 8.30 TBA 9.20 Media Watch 7.30 MasterChef Australia 9.30 Amazing Medical Stories 1.35 Movie: Just Like Me 11.30 Soundbreaking 9.15 2016 Wimbledon 9.35 Q&A 8.40 Have You Been Paying 10.30 Footy Classiﬁed 3.35 Man Down 12.40 All Australian News 4.00 Home Shopping 10.40 Lateline Aenon? 11.30 Sound Breaking 4.00 24 Hours In Emergency 1.40 A Current Aﬀair 5.30 Sunrise 11.10 The Business 9.40 NCSI: New Orleans 12.40 All Australian News 10.40 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary 2.10 What Would you Do? 11.30 Golf: PGA TOUR Highlights 1.40 A Current Aﬀair 3.00 Extra 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.25 Divorce 2.10 What Would You Do GO 5.00 Ben 10: Omniverse 5.30 Teen ONE HD 1.00 The Millers 2.00 Dads 3.00 GEM 3.25 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 7 TWO 4.00 Coast Watch Oz 4.30 60 Minute Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Kings Cross ER Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Cies of Met Your Mother 8.00 Fresh Oﬀ The Boat 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 Aucon Hunters 8.30 RPA 9.30 Embarrassing Bodies 10.30 The Underworld 8.30 2016 Wimbledon 9.15 8.30 Sleepy Hollow 9.30 Braindead 10.30 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Undercover Boss 8.30 8.00 Top Gear 9.30 Movie: Ronin 12.00 The Supersize v Superskinny 11.30 Spooks 12.30 Prime Suspect 11.15 Zero Hour 12.15 Dealers How I Met Your Mother Movie: GI Joe (M) 10.50 Wilfred NRL Rookie 1.00 Regular Show Footy Classiﬁed 1.30 Friends Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 11.00 The Late Late Show 12.00 Salem 11.20 Car Crash Britain
ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The Grinder - Season Premier 8.30 The Simpsons Movie 10.15 How I Met Your Mother 10.45 The Late Late Show 11.45 Love Island
TEN SA 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful 8.00 Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.10 Dr Phil 1.10 Oﬀspring 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Everyday Health 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.30 T.B.A 10.40 Hawaii Five-O 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.30 The Late Late Show
7 MATE 4.00 Doomsday Preppers 5.00 American Restoraon 6.00 American Pickers 6.30 Pawn Stars 7.30 Mythbusters 8.30 Storage Wars 9.30 Baggage Bales 10.00 Hardcore Pawn 11.00 Storage 12.00 Zero Hour 1.00 City Homicide
WIN SA 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Naonal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 20 To 1 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent 11.00 2 Broke Girls 11.30 A To Z 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 A Current Aﬀair
ONE HD 1.00 The Millers 2.00 Dads 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: Prosecung Casey Anthony (M) 11.50 The Americans 11.30 Homeland
WIN SA 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Naonal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Aﬀair 7.30 David Aenborough: The Hunt 8.40 The Footy Show (AFL) 10.40 The Footy Show (NRL) 12.30 All Australian News 1.30 A Current Aﬀair
ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Futurama 8.30 The Simpsons 9.00 Bordertown 9.30 Bob’s Burgers 10.00 Duckman 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show
ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Four Corners 10.45 Media Watch 11.00 Save Your Life Tonight 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Breathless 1.50 Anques Roadshow 2.50 The Cook And The Chef 3.15 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.30 The Drum 6.15 Anques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 David Aenborough’s Life That Glows 9.30 Foreign Correspondent 10.00 The Book Club 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Business
ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Q&A 11.00 From The Heart 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 12.30 Naonal Press Club Address 1.30 David Aenborough’s Life That Glows 1.55 Anques Roadshow 2.55 The Cook And The Chef 3.25 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.30 The Drum 6.15 Anques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 QI 8.30 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL 9.00 The Chaser’s Elecon Desk 9.30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 10.15 Lateline 10.45 The Business 11.00 Four Corners 11.50 Media Watch
ONE HD 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 The Unstoppables 8.30 David Aenborough’s Madagascar 9.30 Bear Grylls 10.30 Legends 11.30 Sons Of Anarchy 12.40 Home Shopping
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SBS ONE 6.30 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Classical Desnaons 3.00 Literary Landscapes 3.30 Dinosaurs: The Hunt For Life 4.30 A Year In The Wild 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Nigella Bites 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Great Connental Railway Journeys 8.30 Insight 9.30 Dateline 10.00 SBS World News Late 10.30 1864: Denmark’s War 12.45 Movie: Inspector Montalbano (M) 2.40 One Born Every Minuite 4.35 Can I Drive, Daddy?
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Crazy On The Outside (PG) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.45 TBA 9.30 Kiss Bang Love 10.40 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares 11.40 Bates Motel 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise
GO 4.30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 The NRL Rookie 8.30 Best Ink 10.30 Taoo Fixers 11.30 South Beach Tow 12.00 American Digger 12.30 Adventure Time SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Dean Semler’s Road To Hollywood 3.00 Dateline 3.30 Insight 4.30 Logan Project 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Nigella Bites 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Dan Snow’s History of Railways 8.35 24 Hours In Emergency 9.30 Bosch 10.25 SBS World News Late 11.00 Wordplay 12.10 Movie: Delhi-6 (M) 3.05 Salvage Hunters
GEM 12.00 Kings Cross ER 1.00 Movie: The Fallen Idol (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 Monarch Of The Glen 12.10 Dalziel And Pascoe 1.20 Friends
PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Look Who’s Talking (PG) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away The Morgan Family Learns of Mason Spilling Their Secret 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.30 Criminal Minds 10.30 Blindspot 11.30 Deﬁance 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise
GO 4.30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 5.00 Ben 10 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 Movie: Lethal Weapon (M) 10.50 Ghost Town Gold 11.50 American Digger 12.30 Adventure Time
SC TEN 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful - Encore 8.00 Family Feud - Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.10 Dr. Phil 1.10 Oﬀspring 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.40 NCIS 9.40 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.30 The Project - Encore
7 TWO 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Pie In The Sky 8.30 2016 Wimbledon - Day 2 4.00 Coastwatch Oz Abalone And Cash 4.30 Harry’s Pracce 5.00 Home Shopping
SC TEN 7.00 Ben’s Menu 7.30 Bold & The Beauful 8.00 Family Feud Encore 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 MasterChef Australia - Encore 12.10 Dr Phil 1.10 Oﬀspring 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 8.30 T.B.A 10.30 Hawaii Five-O 11.30 The Project - Encore 12.30 The Late Late Show
GEM 1.10 Movie: Silent Dust (PG) 2.50 Come Dine With Me 3.20 Poirot 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 T.B.A 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 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Naonal News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 WIN News 7.30 20 To 1 8.30 Britain’s Got Talent 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
WIN VIC 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 All Australian News 1.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 2.00 Extra 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Naonal News Now 4.00 Naonal News 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 WIN News 7.30 David Aenborough’s The Hunt 8.40 The Footy Show (AFL) 10.40 The NRL Rookie 11.40 The Footy Show (NRL) 1.30 All Australian News 2.30 A Current Aﬀair 3.00 Extra
7 TWO 4.00 Coastalwatch Oz 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Jonathan Creek 8.30 2016 Wimbledon - Day 3 4.00 Coastwatch Oz - Caught With Ketamine 4.30 Harry’s Pracce 5.00 Home Shopping
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• All roofing repairs • Re-roofing and guttering • Domestic and commercial • Wall cladding and verandahs • Roof restoration and cleaning
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Engineered building solutions for Agriculture, Intensive Farming, and Industrial applications.
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• Bricklaying • Random Stonework • Paving •Concreting • Extensions & Repairs • No obligation quotes
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Self-Managed Super Fund Services • Fund establishment • Yearly administration and compliance including audit • Taxation planning • Strategic planning including pension and estate planning • Trustee advice and assistance
• Truck Driving Training MR, HR, Semi, B Double (MC) • Forklift
• Training in Lieu of Experience (TILE) for HC Semi • Forest Harvesting Operators • Chainsaw, Chipper and Tree Felling • Defensive Driving and Driver Assessment
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Heated Leather Seats & Steering Wheel, Sat Nav, Front & Rear Sensors, Reverse Camera, Keyless Entry, Push Start Ignition. ZTO-486
Locally Owned, Dual Zone Climate Control, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, 6 X SRS Airbags, Body Kit, Alloy Wheels, Sports-Auto. S767-AOJ
3.0Ltr Turboo Diesel Diesel, Manual Manual, 4x4 4x4, Steel Tray Tray, Tow BBar, 3-Tonne Towing Capacity, Tyre Upgrade, 3 Seater – Great Work Horse! S276-AJW
2013 CHRYSLER 300C
2012 HOLDEN VE SV6 II COMMODORE 2 IN STOCK
2011 HOLDEN COLORADO DX
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1.8Ltr 4 Cylinder i d EEngine, i LLocally ll OOwned, d BBody d Kit Kit, Alloy Wheels, Window Tint, 5-Speed Manual, Electric Windows, Perfect First Car! CC349H
Under 21,000Km’s!!! 000K ’ !!! OOne OOwner, FFullll SService HHistory, 6 x SRS Airbags, Sat Nav, Reverse Camera, Dual Zone Climate Control, Bluetooth. S742-BCX
One Owner, Full F ll Service S i History, Hi t Window Wi d Ti Tint,t CCruise i Control, Bluetooth, Alloy Wheels, Tow Bar, Cargo barrier, All-Wheel-Drive. XON-944
2006 TOYOTA COROLLA ASCENT
2013 MAZDA CX-5 MAXX SPORT AWD
2007 TOYOTA KLUGER KX-R
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Leather Interior, rior 7 Seats Seats, Electric Sunroof Sunroof, Dual Zone Climate Control, Sat Nav, Reverse Camera, Memory Drivers Seat, Electric Seats. S109-ANM
Special Edition dition Z Series Series, 6 Speed Manual Manual, 66.0L 0L V8 V8, 19” Alloy Wheels, Low Kms, Soft Tonneau Cover, Lifetime Capped Service. S131-BDA
3.2 Tonne Towing, Turbo Diesel, One Owner, Low Km’s, 7-Seater, Full Service History, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, 5-Speed Manual. S085-AOE
2011 MAZDA CX-9 LUXURY AWD
2013 HOLDEN VE SERIES II Z UTE
2008 NISSAN PATROL ST
3 IN STOCK
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Turbo Diesel, 4x4 4x4, 66-Speed Speed Manual Manual, Leather Interior Interior, Heated Front Seats, Sat Nav, Reverse Camera, Electric Sunroof, Auto 4x4 Mode. S427-AOL
3 Tonne Towing, 6-Speed Manual, Tow Bar, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, CD Player, Power Windows, Alloy Wheels, Tonneau Cover. S770-ACM
One Owner, Full History, 8-Speed Auto, Leather Interior, Bluetooth, Parking Sensors, Sat Nav, Lockable Hard Tonneau Cover. S075-AWJ
2009 NISSAN X-TRAIL TL
2010 NISSAN D40 ST NAVARA
2013 VW AMAROK HIGHLINE
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33-41 Penola Road, MOUNT GAMBIER Sales direct 08 8724 1177
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Prices include 3 months SA registration, CTP, stamp duty, plate fees & interstate inspection fees. This offer can not be used in conjunction with any other offer. Only applicable on selected used cars. Offer does not include new, demo & used cars not prepared for sale.
Motor NIGHT SESSION THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE OFF ROAD MASTERS It is high octane action and it’s all happening at the Moorex Property near Naracoorte on July 2 and 3. The Glenroy Plains Produce & PMD Race Products 2016
Off Road Masters, which doubles as the South Australian and Victorian Off Road Championships, has become a popular fixture on the Off Road national calendar,
attracting the sport’s leading competitors, including many who are locally based. Situated 25kms north of Naracoorte, on Bordertown Road, the Moorex Property is the perfect backdrop to this spectacular racing, which includes a Saturday night session. There is scrutineering on Friday night from 6-7pm for the diehards, with the prologue and racing starting at 2pm on Saturday, July 2. Racing starts at 10am on Sunday. July 3. Mini buggies are supplying the support act for the two day event, with full catering all weekend and camping available. Admission is $5 per day with under 16s free. Contact Mark on 0400 233 281 or Shane on 0408 635 255 for more details.
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