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ISSUE 640 | JULY 21 - 27, 2016 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

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AFL GREAT TO OPEN SHEEPVENTION

The Australasian Young Designer Wool Awards, Fashion Parade and Presentations are being held on Sunday, July 31, as part of Sheepvention 2016. The prize for 2016 is the Handbury Award and Scholarship which includes the opportunity to attend a two week residential summer course in Fashion Design at the Istituto Marangoni in Milan, one of Europe’s most famous Fashion Schools. The winner of this prestigious prize is selected from the five class winners. Glamorous Wool is the theme for this year’s ACE Radio Wool Fashion Parades with the gala fashion parade on Sunday showcasing the winning garments. A selection of entries will also be paraded over the following two days. This year there have been 57 entries submitted with students from Kangan Institute, Gordon Institute, RMIT, TAFE SA, Flinders University, Academy of Design, Genazzano College and Ballarat College. Judging occured on July 18 and this year Sheepvention is delighted that Louisa de Kievit (Country Road) and Amanda Cumming (PAGEANT) are judging the entries. Both ladies are former Hamilton residents who have extensive fashion industry experience and are fabulous examples of the Greater Hamilton region’s ability to produce talented individuals. Louisa de Kievit launched her career in fashion at Vogue Australia where she was given access to the most beautiful fashion from Australia and the globe, sparking a true love of life in fashion magazines. Following this role, Louisa spent three years at Harper’s

President Gordon Last is thrilled to announce that AFL great and strong farming advocate Kevin Sheedy will open Sheepvention in 2016. “Kevin Sheedy is one of the AFL’s most successful players and coaches with an incredible coaching success ratio,” Mr Last said. “Kevin also has an incredible understanding of both the issues facing regional Australia but also the importance regional and rural communities play across Australia in driving the economy. We are thrilled that he will be opening Sheepvention 2016.” Mr Sheedy (pictured right) has a strong rural connection and amongst so many achievements in his AFL career, he has been a driving force of the Country Round, which aims to celebrate everyone in the regional and rural communities across Australia. The inaugural Country Game was played in Round 4 this year between Essendon and Geelong, with previous Sheepvention guest opener Tom Hawkins playing in the winning team. “To be asked to open Sheepvention is an honour” Kevin Sheedy said. “I see this as yet more recognition for the the Country Game and what we’re trying to do for the farmers and all the country people in Australia. They do a great job feeding and clothing their cousins in the city, and that’s not as well appreciated as it could be. It is amazing what a show of appreciation, a word like thanks can do. I will be using this

BAZAAR Australia where she combined her love of photography and writing. Louisa produced all fashion shoots for the magazine as well as interviewing fashion designers, models, actors and musicians. A highlight of her time there was interviewing Jean Paul Gaultier for the launch of his exhibition at the NGV. In 2015 Louisa returned to Melbourne to head up iconic brand Country Road’s online journal Live With Us. Amanda Cumming is co-director of the independent fashion label PAGEANT, winner of the prestigious Tiffany & Co National Designer Award in 2015. Having previously worked for iconic labels such as Christopher Shannon, Christopher Kane and Perks and Mini (P.A.M.), Amanda Cumming and Kate Reynolds established PAGEANT in 2010. Sheepvention fashion convenor Jackie O’Brien is thrilled both ladies are available to judge this year’s entries for the Handbury Award and Scholarship “I’ve been chasing these two girls for a couple of years,” Ms O’Brien said. “They’re both very busy and I couldn’t be more pleased that they are available this year. I think they will bring a wealth of experience and great critique to the awards. Amanda entered as a secondary school student whilst attending Baimbridge College.” There will be six fashion parades in total over the two days including an exclusive Glamorous Wool high tea event on Tuesday afternoon where attendees will sit in front of the catwalk enjoying delicious Fiona Wall canapés and sweets. This will be an intimate afternoon with designs from Country Road, Sportscraft,

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opportunity at Sheepvention to hopefully spread that goodwill even further.” In addition to Kevin’s on-field success as both a player and a coach, he has incredible business acumen and extremely dedicated to youth leadership. Mr Sheedy will open Sheepvention, Monday, August 1, at 12:15pm in the Wool Shed Selling Centre. Further information about Sheepvention 2016 including a program of events and purchase of online tickets can be found at www. hamiltonshowgrounds.com.au


LOCAL CONNECTION TO WORLD YOUTH DAY

YOUNG SAINTS TO SUIT UP FOR STATE

Mount Gambier will have a personal connection to a major gathering of young people from across the globe this month. Tenison Woods College teacher Rebecca Higgins and St Paul’s Catholic Parish Assistant Priest Fr Michael Romeo are among 32 pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Adelaide travelling to Poland to attend World Youth Day (WYD). Up to two million people are expected to take part in the international Catholic event which will be held in the city of Krakow from July 25 - 31. WYD is a worldwide encounter with Pope Francis typically held every two to three years in a different country. Fr Romeo said WYD was a unique opportunity for young people to deepen their faith in Jesus Christ and experience the universality of the Church with young people from many different nations. “Previous WYDs have been lifechanging events for many pilgrims,” Fr Romeo said. “For most, the realisation they share their faith with so many young people from all over the world is an incredibly uplifting experience. “They come back inspired to live their faith in a new and deeper way. A number have discovered vocations to the priesthood and religious life.” A number of fundraising events have been held this year by St Paul’s and Tenison Woods College to support Ms

Lucy Denton has a famous surname in South East netball circles and the girl, who grew up watching her mother Donna dominate the Western Border A Grade competition, is now starting to make her own mark. The Millicent youngster, who plays both mid court and in goals, has recently been selected in the 2016 SAPSASA State netball team that will head to the national championships in Melbourne from August 27 to September 2. Lucy will be joined by Millicent team mate Charlotte Turner, who also made the final 12. Lucy and Charlotte were part of Millicent’s 2015 13 & Under B premiership winning team and the duo shared the club’s best & fairest award. Lucy also took out the association best & fairest honour, with Charlotte finishing third, while Charolitte was awarded best on court honours in the grand final victory. Both girls attend St Anthony’s Catholic School, in Millicent. Lucy was also part of the 13 &

Higgins to attend WYD. Fr Romeo will attend as a chaplain to the Adelaide Archdiocese pilgrim group. “St Paul’s has sponsored a number of young people to attend World Youth Days over the years and it’s terrific for our parish to have a personal connection to this major event,” Fr Romeo said. A busy schedule of events during the week includes an Australian gathering of more than 2500 Australian pilgrims on Tuesday, July 26, while Pope Francis will arrive on Thursday. July 28, and the Way of the Cross will be held on Friday, July 29.

A Vigil Mass will take place on Saturday, July 30, and on Sunday, July 31, the final Papal Mass will conclude the event. The most recent WYD was hosted in Rio de Janeiro in 2013, which was attended by more than 3.7 million people. Sydney hosted the event in 2008. Above - Fr Romeo and Rebecca Higgins are excited to be representing this region at World Youth Day in Poland tihs month.

Under Western Border team that won the SA Country Championships, while Charlotte competed as part of the Western Zone championships 13 & under contingent in Ballarat at the end of May. Lucy is a smart mid courter, who uses her pace to great effect and has an accurate, often creative pass in her armoury as well. Charlotte is the consummate utility who can play equally well in all three areas of the court. She is tenacious, hard working and smart, with an uncanny ability to create turnovers, wherever she plays. The girls have been spending every weekend in Adelaide training with their new team mates ahead of the August nationals. They also have the State district carnival from August 15-19 in Adelaide where they will represent this region. Padthaway Primary School’s Poppy Moyle-Read is also part of the 2016 State team.

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INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR LOCAL DAREDEVIL Freestyle motocross is a fast paced, high octane sport so not surprisingly it is a sport where everything moves quickly, including job opportunities. And that’s exactly what happened for Millicent’s Josh Burdon. He is currently in Hong Kong – a gig secured about a fortnight ago. A US rider that needed to head home for the birth of his child and another rider injured and suddenly opportunity was knocking on Josh’s door. For the Millicent local, the chance to hit the international scene, particularly in the Asian market where there are huge possibilities, was a dream come true and an opportunity too good to pass up but without the support of his Mount Gambier employers – the Commersh and Cotton On – Josh knows he might not have been able to grab this chance. “It still hasn’t sunk in,” Josh said. “There are so many possibilities and big doors opening up as it is a huge market over there.” New bikes await Josh and Warrnambool’s Jordan Gillies, the other rider Josh recruited to fill the void left by the US riders. “Jordan is a very strong and confident rider that has been very reliable to the team and progressed in the sport

at a rapid pace,” Josh said. For Josh, this Honk Kong gig is just reward for years of hard work since deciding to really focus on his freestyle motocross skills. It was a journey that started in earnest in 2004 when he was offered his first professional ride and until 2008 it was a life that consumed him until arguably the inevitable happened, when you are doing gravity defying tricks – he broke his leg. “That really set me on my backside when I got that injury,” Josh said. “Even when I got back on the bike, I was nervous to start off with because of the impact when you land after some of these tricks.” But it did make him think about life off the bike and that was when FactoryFMX was born as Josh set up his own business. FactoryFMX is a freestyle motocross team that provides all its own equipment, including ramps, safety airbags and the like and Josh and his team of professional athletes promise a choreographed show of all the latest stunts and tricks. And it is Factory FMX that saw the Hong Kong promoters contact Josh so already it is making its mark. Sponsors have been critical in Josh establishing and

developing the business and after signing on for the first time 12 months ago, Luke Reichelt, from Gordon Refrigeration, is back on board, with Brady Tilley Accounting Services, Cocky’s Signs and of course, the continued support from his employers – The Commersh and Cotton On. “To know I can come back to a job is amazing,” Josh said. “To have people like that supporting your dream as well and letting you take off to follow that dream is not something everyone experiences and I have been so lucky.” Josh and Jordan are now performing every day until they return to Australia at the start of August and unlike their largest crowds locally which sit at around 5000, in Hong Kong that will more than triple, at least.

Above (left) - Warrnambool’s Jordan Gillies headed to Hong Kong with Josh. Above (right) - Josh Burdon performing one of his many trademark tricks. Below (from left) - Josh with the Cotton On Mount Gambier team; Josh with The Commersh manager Linda Boylan; Josh with sponsor Luke Reichelt from Gordon Refrigeration; Josh with sponosr Brad Tilley and Josh with Matt Cockrum from Cocky’s Signs.

THAT’S A WRAP Arabian Nights Dance Showcase wrapped up the Art’s Performance Season at Mount Gambier High School. Over the last four weeks of the term, Mount Gambier High School’s Visual and Performing Arts students and staff have presented no less than nine individual performances including a Visual Arts and Photography exhibition. More than 150 students from all year levels (Year 8 to Year 12) have been involved in a range of arts events drawing in more than 500 parents and members of the local community into the school. The range of arts events on offer, comprised of several dramatic productions, including a senior production of The Real Inspector Hound, a Music Showcase featuring students from Year 8 through to Year 12, a Dance Showcase presented in the style of a So You Think You Can Dance competition, with an Arabian Nights twist, and a spectacular Visual Arts and Photographic exhibition. These events were the culmination of the semester’s work for Arts students and celebrated the diverse skills, unique talents and hard work of the students and staff involved. Mount Gambier High School were also thrilled to see past

students contribute to these events in various support roles. While the recent Dance Showcase concluded the school’s performance season, teachers and students have already begun work on a new performance offering next term, in the form of a cabaret evening to be held on Saturday, September 24, with a Hollywood versus Broadway theme. Further information will be made available in the coming weeks. Left - Scott Pietersma playing at the Music Showcase.

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RARE OPPORTUNITY WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO CBD 26 Crouch Street North, Mount Gambier Complete Real Estate are pleased to welcome to the market, 26 Crouch Street North, Mount Gambier. This entire complex of units consists of 7 well designed units with a low vacancy rate and constant income. - Opportunity to secure the entire complex - Approximately 1913m2 of prime real estate - Low vacancy rate with great returns - Regular maintenance schedule - Units are individually titled This complex is situated approximately 1km from the Main Corner of Mount Gambier in the hub of the CBD, just a short walk to Woolworths, pharmacies, restaurants

and more. All units are currently managed by Complete Real Estate. The complex consists of: - 7 units - 5x 2 bedroom units - 1x 3 bedroom unit - 1x 4 bedroom unit - All units offer under cover car ports with 3 offering lock up garages Individual unit info: - Unit 1: leased at $175 per week until October 2017 - Unit 2: leased at $160 per week until August 2016 - Unit 3: leased at $160 per week until September 2016 - Unit 4: leased at $150 per week until January 2017

- Unit 5: leased at $160 per week until November 2016 - Unit 6: leased at $200 per week until September 2016 - Unit 7: leased at $200 per week until September 2016 Don’t hesitate to contact Complete Real Estate for further information or to book a time to inspect the properties. Price: $820,000

Complete Real Estate 16 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier Phone: (08) 8723 5111 Agents: Marika and Jess Web: www.completerealestate.net.au RLA226179

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mountgambier@ljh.com.au ljhooker.com.au NEW

NEW

OPEN SATURDAY 12.00-12.30pm

4 Allwah Street

1 Oakridge Crescent

LARGE RENOVATED FAMILY HOME • 4 Bedroom stone home • Formal Lounge with R/C air condi oning & S/C wood heater • Built-in Robes to 2 Bedrooms • Timber Kitchen with Wes nghouse 3 in one gas Oven and 4 burner Cooktop • Double Garage plus second Garage with paved floor • Instant Gas HWS & semi auto water so ener PRICED AT $199,000

OVERLOOKING A PARK & PLAYGROUND RESERVE • A rare offering of elegance & quality cra smanship bounded by a public lawned park • Sensa onal three Bedroom home with ensuite & WI Robe to Master Bedroom • Open plan Kitchen/Dining/Family with Breakfast Bar & Asko Dishwasher and reverse cycle air-condi oning • Canon gas log fire to warm the living area PRICED AT $439,500

83 Sturt Street

8 Amor Street

DON’T OVERLOOK THIS OPPORTUNITY • Cosy stone co age with 2 good sized bedrooms • Open plan kitchen, dining & lounge room • Reverse cycle air condi oner to living area • Upgraded bathroom • Rear porch with external access • Massive allotment measuring approximately 1000sqm • Double garage with concrete floor PRICED AT $179,000

7 Newton Crescent • Separate conservatory overlooking the park • Two instantaneous gas HWS’s & two 9,000 litre rainwater tanks giving months of water supply • 4KW Solar Power System with SMA Invertor • Double Garage UMR plus 12m x 6m detached garage with two separate driveways

GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY • 3 Bedroom duplex • Country style eat-in Kitchen with small Pantry • Formal Lounge with gas heater • Large allotment • Renovated and modernized with new roof, window awnings, & front porch • Currently tenanted by long term tenant PRICED AT $109,000

15 Crouch Street South

CLASSIC SYMMETRICAL STONE COTTAGE • Three Bedrooms – one with fireplace • Formal Lounge with Gas hea ng • Kitchen adjoining a Family or Dining room extension • Rear sleep out or work room • Original Bathroom in great condi on • High ceilings and mber floors throughout

• Set on an allotment of approx. 1428sqm in one of the Ci es premier loca ons • A well-presented property with high poten al • Centrally posi oned • Close to Reidy Park School, Mount High & Tenison College • Close to the Lakes Reserve

• Stone former Consul ng Rooms of 150sqm • 5 Main rooms plus Laundry, Bathroom & facili es • Located on an allotment of 1036sqm • Enclosed & secure rear yard carpark • Rainwater tanks • Zoned Commercial EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

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PRICED AT $265,000

AUCTION

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Lot 14 184 Jubilee Highway West

Finchley Grove ON SITE - 1.00PM THURSDAY 28th JULY 2016

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An Allotment of Approx. 292m in a Convenient Loca on Close to Local Shopping. Auc on Terms: 10% Deposit, Se lement 30 days BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882

50 James Street

74 Bertha Street WELL PRESENTED HOMETTE ON 1013 SQM ALLOTMENT • Stone Co age featuring 2 Bedrooms • Lounge with S/C Wood Hea ng • Eat-in country Kitchen with electric stove plus a solid wood stove • Front porch si ng room

• Three separate Garages on the property • Currently tenanted showing a good return • Great re-development poten al (S.T.C.C.) in a great central city loca on • Central City loca on

PRICED AT $175,000

HIGH PROFILE OFFICE ACCOMMODATION • Centrally located off office complex on a prominent corner loca on on main arterial road • Recep on plus 5 large consul ng rooms • Fully renovated with R/C duc ng, hea ng cooling, new floor coverings, new kitchen & bathroom • Ornate ceilings, sensa onal over mantle with old world grate • Storeroom plus sunroom

FOR LEASE AT $25,000 pa

RENTALS 5 HIRTH STREET $175 P/WK 3 Bdrm home, updated Kitchen/Dining. Lounge with gas Hea ng, Single detached Garage. Storage under house. NO pets

20 Murdie Street

20 Heaver Drive

ALL THE WORK IS DONE • All the work’s done! • 3 Bedroom plus sleepout • Eat in Kitchen • Lounge with gas hea ng • Large private secure yard • Overlooking park & playground • Walking distance to Primary & High school PRICED AT $109,500

3 BEDROOMS/2 BATHROOMS • Three Bedroom family home • Formal Lounge, Dining with S/C hea ng • Open plan Kitchen, Dining & Family area • Master Bedroom with walk-in robe & Ensuite • Two separate Bedrooms with access to main Bathroom

• Timber Kitchen with breakfast bar & access to rear Pa o • Massive covered rear Pa o with raised mber decking • Views across to the Tower • Currently tenanted.

7/1 CARAPOOK STREET $210 P/WK As new - cosy 2 bedroom modern unit, BI robes in both bedrooms. Gas hea ng. Modern kitchen - private courtyard. Single garage with remote control door and internal access. Centrally located. Sorry - NO pets.

PRICED AT $239,500

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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103 Jubilee Hwy West

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1/18 Bertha Street

10 Crouch Street North

14 Kooringa Street

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33 Gwendoline Street

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An appealing character home oozing charm. Dolomite front, high ceilings, solid construction and timber floors. An ideal home for a family

$235,000

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car parking

OPEN

Superb inner city living, ultra spacious, gorgeous décor. Restaurants and retail therapy at your doorstep!

SAT 9.15-9.45

7 Birkdale Court

3+

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4

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bath rooms

car parking

Sophistication, style & glamour – look no further if you want something special. You will be impressed from the moment you enter the large wooden front door – Divine!

$399,500

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OPEN

A stylish home, fit for a modern family. Popular location close to schools & shops. Loaded with features this house has it all.

44 McMahon Road, Worrolong

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$353,000

14 Mallee Street

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A trendy city centre home a short stroll to the main street. Tastefully upgraded with a modern feel.

SAT 9.30-10.00

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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!

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This lovely home is as neat as you will find. Ideal for the first home buyer or investor. Perfect presentation inside & out, also with bonus ensuite.

SAT 10.00-10.30

1 car parking

OPEN

A grand residence, dolomite Victorian return verandah villa. Prominently set on approx 5 acres. Also following on the same day at 157 Lake Edward Rd Glencoe to

be auctioned separately is Lot 17 Agars Road Glencoe (approx 22 acres).

150 Wireless Road West

4-8 Harrald Street

SAT 11.30-12.00

3

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bath rooms

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OPEN

A smart investment. Affordable inner city living, a short stroll to main street and rail lands precinct.

SAT 10.15-10.45

$299,000

OPEN SAT 12.45-1.15

Feel peace wash over you as you meander through the lovingly tendered gardens. A unique offering with a stone cottage and main dwelling on over an acre of land. Very special with subdivision potential (stcc). An inspection is an absolute must!

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bath rooms

car parking

REDUCED

$235,000

Beautifully presented home located close to all amenities. Very spacious with a lovely outdoor entertaining area - this home says welcome!

$239,000

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7/48 Crouch Street North

3

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bath rooms

car parking

$185,000

Attention investors and first home buyers – This double storey delight will tick all the boxes. Currently leased until Dec 2016 @ $220 per week.

3 Moorak Street

Industrial

$270,000

Over 4046m2 (approx.)

161 Penola Road

Graced with a harmonious fusion of character, charm & contemporary style – this stunning Victorian villa has been seamlessly renovated with exceptional quality and attention to detail. Inspections by private appointment only.

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Auction – Friday 29th July 2016 @ 1-00pm on the property

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P.O.A.

$174,500

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bath rooms

$180,000

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!

11 Thompson Court

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2

4

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

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2

2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$319,000

Tastefully updated inside & out. A spacious family home, perfectly positioned near Tenison Woods College & Reidy Park Primary school, sporting facilities and lakes location offering a homely feel plus inviting gardens.

3/5 Shepherdson Road

$650,000

Stretch out in sumptuous style in this luxurious beauty located on approximately 3,603m2 of lush gardens. Exceptional quality throughout and only an inspection will reveal how amazing this home is! In conjunction with P&L Real Estate.

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bath rooms

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$210,000

Superb unit located in a lovely complex in a superior location close to the city centre and the Lakes precinct.

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088 Avail 2/9/16 at $130 p/w Avail 10/8/16 at $130 p/w Avail 22/7/16 at $140 p/w Avail Now at $150 p/w Avail 19/8/16 at $150 p/w Avail 12/8/16 at $180 p/w Avail 25/7/16 at $205 p/w Avail Now at $205 p/w Avail 5/8/16 at $220 p/w Avail 19/8/16 at $280 p/w Avail 5/8/16 at $280 p/w Avail 7/10/16 at $350 p/w Avail Now at $400 p/w

1/3 Ryan Avenue

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2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3

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157 Lake Edward Road, Glencoe

RENTALS 6/5 Shepherd St B 10/12 West St A 10/12 West St 1/3 Ryan Ave 2/3 Ryan Ave 2/2 West St 1/35 Bertha St 2/25 Suttontown Rd 2/4 Hartley st 3/1 Powell St 2/7 Heriot St 11/89 Shepherdson Rd 2/142 Sea Pde Pt MacDonnell

2

bed rooms

bed rooms

Become the landlord when you invest in this great property located close to schools and shops. Currently leased at $190 per week until September 2016. Invest and reap the rewards.

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8 Mitchell Street

$259,750

$239,000

$365,000

7 Underwood Avenue

An idyllic country retreat, loaded with charm on approx. 5 acres. Surprisingly roomy and offers fantastic entertaining. A perfect country getaway!

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27 Dolomite Drive

SAT 11.00-11.30

$179,500

8 Reginald St

2

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Avail Now at $200 p/w

Cnr Williams & Billings Rd

3

1

2

Avail Now at $210 p/w

7 Hutley Terrace

3

1

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Avail Now at $220 p/w

70 Cardinia St

3

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2

Avail 19/8/16 at $225 p/w

$150pw Avail Now

8 Reginald Street 2 1 1 • Roomy Flats in group of 3 • Electric cooking & heating • Bath in bathroom • No Pets

2/3 Ryan Avenue 46 Commercial St West

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Avail Now at $270 p/w

134 North Tce

3

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Avail Now at $280 p/w

3 Warrick Cl

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3

Avail Now at $380 p/w

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2 1 1 • Roomy Flats in group of 3 • Electric cooking & heating • Bath in bathroom $150pw Avail 19/8/16 • No Pets

$200pw Avail Now

2 1 1 • Gas heating • Small workshop • no pets • 6 months only

7 Hutley Terrace

$220pw Avail Now

3 1 1 • Gas wall furnace heating • Gas cooking • Close to Grant High School


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57 Crouch Street South

4

1

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bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

NEW

$295,000

The perfect family home in the perfect location. A short stroll to the city centre or the Blue Lake. Enter and you will feel like you are at home!

13A Bertha Street

2

1

1

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bath rooms

car parking

NEW

$269,000

Sophisticated, stylish & secure! This beautiful townhouse is on its own title and only footsteps to the buzz of the City centre. City living at its Best! On own title.

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84 Pick Avenue

3

1

3

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bath rooms

car parking

$172,500

Solid construction and big on space. Elevated outlook. Handy location to schools, shops and reserve. Secure yard with access off Quail Place.

HILLVIEW ESTATE McKay Road – COMPTON

Lot 103 Crouch Street North

737m2 Approx

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$120,000

Central rare earth on offer, a flat fully fenced block on approx 737m2. A short walk to McDonald Park Primary school & St Martins Lutheran College. Enquire Now!

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77 Crouch Street South

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13 Ellwood Court

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$285,000

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.

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

Put your place in this space All Lots over 5,400m2

Priced from $165,000

FREE APPRAISAL

An exciting division with unbeatable country outlook & views to the Centenary Tower. Only a minutes drive to Tenison Woods College and Malseed Park. Power, water, telephone connected. Get in Early!

28 Heaver Drive

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08 8725 5766 7A Lansell Street

$229,000

A great value home with loads on offer. Low maintenance lifestyle with an appealing outdoor entertaining area and fantastic shedding. Put this on your list!

10 Bellshire Place

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77 Wireless Road West

$550,000

Just exactly what a family home should be. This home delivers size, space, privacy and an ideal Blue Ribbon location within walking distance of the Blue Lake and its walking trails and equally close to the City’s premier shopping precinct.

3/10 Bertha Street

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$219,500

Lovely home in a fantastic location close to the Blue Lake precinct & the Cosmopolitan Delights of the city centre.

6 Arthur Street, Tarpeena

$169,500

A perfect home for an investor or first home buyer. A well maintained property in a good location, close to schools, shops, sports grounds and hospital.

9 Kyrenia Court

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Subdivision

Starting from $83,500

Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! Contact Agent for further details

4 Draper Street, Tarpeena

$189,500

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

60 Berkefeld Road, OB Flat

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$180,000

This beautiful home sitting on a huge 2,023m2 (approx.) will impress the fussiest of buyers – exceptional country living. Book your inspection today!

4 Chute Street

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$349,000

If you are looking for an immaculate home with amazing street presence, a superb entertaining area and a dream kitchen all on a fantastic corner allotment with stunning landscaped gardens – your search ends here. In conj with Herberts R/E.

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Offers over $170,000

Attention the Savvy Investor, this great unit is located in a superb central location in a complex of only three units. Inspect and be impressed!

RENTALS Cnr Billings Rd & Williams Rd, Worrolong

$210pw Avail Now

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$520,000

Luxury and practicality meet in this exceptional family home. Stunning in all respects, will suit the most fastidious of buyers. Only an inspection will reveal all!

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$495,000 Approx 17 acres

If you are looking for the ideal country escape but still be close to the city – look no further. The Australian Dream can be yours!

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This stunning return verandah villa epitomises luxury and lifestyle both inside and out and all set on a magnificent elevated allotment of 1,554m2 (approx) with breathtaking views of the city – subdivision potential – subject to council consent.

1 Form apply online Gebhardts Property Management Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088 3 Warrick Close

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3/1 Powell Street

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COMMERCIAL ∙ Harrald Street ∙ 96 Commercial Street East ∙ 30A Commercial Street West ∙ 341 Commercial Street West ∙ 1/2 James Street

2/142 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$400pw Avail Now

3 2 2 • Stunning Views • Fully Furnished • Under floor heating • No Pets

$499,000

Avail Now 4 2 3 $380 pw • Close to schools • Gorgeous quality 2 pak kitchen/meals zone • Massive casual family area • 4 bedrooms main with ensuite & study • Double garage UMR, store room • Ducted gas central heating & security • Entertaining area • Access rear yard & further shedding • Pets Neg

Avail Now 3 1 2 $260 pw • 3 bedroom home main with BIR • Open living Kitchen/ dine/family with wood heater, electric cooking & dishwasher • Formal Lounge • Detached single garage • Carport under main roof • Under cover patio area • Reverse Cycle Ducted electric air conditioner • No Pets

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Avail 19/8/16 3 2 1 $280 pw • Two storey town house • 3 bedrooms all with built in robes • 2 bathrooms • Large living area with r/c a/c • No Pets • Kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher •Garage UMR • Walking distance to street • Balcony • Low maintenance yard

∙ 2/2 James Street ∙ 5 Allan Drive ∙ 10 Bay Road ∙ Sheds 5 & 6, 12 Bodey Circuit ∙ 212 Commercial St West


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

1 Cardinia Street, Mount Gambier

42 Harrald Street, Mount Gambier

12 Eucla Court, Mount Gambier

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$259,000

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• 1960’s Mount Gambier Stone home, situated in a central location and set on a 1080m2 allotment. • The home features 2 bedrooms, open plan kitchen / dining and lounge area, with electric cooking, gas heating and gas hot water. • Outside offers undercover entertaining, large yard and ample shed space. • With sewer, power, telephone & gas connection, 1 5 this would be an ideal development allotment (STCA) 2

• 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

27 Genoa Street, Mount Gambier

17 Earl Street, Mount Gambier

$395,000 to $425,000

OPEN SAT 12.30-1.00

• 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, ideal for family & pets.

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76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $249,000

NEW PRICE

• 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

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2 Tasman Court, Mount Gambier $255,000

$359,000

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Abby Hepburn 08 8723 3416 abby@pandl.net.au Administration

13 Compton Rise Crescent, Suttontown

$189,000

$169,000

A 3.7 cr es

Buy Or Sell... See P & L

Elisha Beare 0447 808 426 elisha@pandl.net.au Sales

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2 Union Street, Mount Gambier $279,000

178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier $125,000

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5 Tawarri Crescent, Mount Gambier

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• 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

• 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 cooking. Master 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

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2/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $199,000

$169,000

$229,000

• 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

2/1 Margaret Street, Mount Gambier $210,000

$189,000 GST INC

• Set in a small, private strata complex is this appealing split rock unit, ideally suited to investors, singles or retirees • 2 bedrooms with BIRs, open plan living with gas heating & sliding door to timber decking, kitchen with elec cooking • Single car garage UMR with remote roller door provides internal access • Currently tenanted until July 2016

• Sought after commercial building in excellent central location. • Easy walking distance to court house & other central business’s including post office. • The building offers a reception area, 2 office’s or consulting rooms, plus kitchen & toilet facilities. • Gas line connected to property with air conditioning & monitored security system. • Previously used as a veterinary clinic & currently leased until the end of September 2014.

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70 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier

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• This brand new Spec home is located on a 757 square metre fully landscaped block with room for a shed or caravan. • Features of the home include master bedroom with ensuite & WIR, 2nd & 3rd bedrooms include built in wardrobes, 4th Bedroom or study, 2 bathrooms. • Other features include reverse cycle air-conditioning, carpets, window treatments and a double garage. • Built by Versace Home Builders 4 2 2

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• Character four bedroom family home situated on a 1012m2 allotment • Close to the Reidy Park PS & Tenison Woods College • Modern timber kitchen with wide oven & gas cooking. • Huge family room with gas heating plus formal lounge with gas heating & A/c, • Extensive array of shedding 4 1 4

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Cosy 3 bedroom cottage in a fantastic location. Centrally located between Tension, Reidy Park & Mt High Schools. 3 bedrooms (2 with ceiling fans & BIR’s) Inviting lounge & dining with s/c wood fires, plus A/C Rambling cottage gardens with securely fenced rear yard Amazing undercover pergola area with tranquil outlook North facing in a desirable area close to the Lakes

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• Immaculately presented brick and tile home, situated on a corner allotment, with room for the caravan/boat or extra car parking • 2 Bedrooms, main with BIR, lounge with gas heating & r/c a/c open plan kitchen/dining with gas cooking, bathroom with separate shower, bath and vanity, plus separate laundry and WC. • Single garage UMR with auto door low maintenance gardens & private rear yard • Well suited to those looking at downsizing or a fantastic investment to add to your property portfolio,

NEW PRICE

11 Thompson Court, Moorak

• 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 • Currently leased at $200/week until 19th May 2017.

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• Luxurious 2-storey family home with lovely rural ambience • Upper level - 4BR, including master with WIR & lavish ensuite • Lower level - stylish kitchen overlooking spacious open plan living & pergola, 3rd living & study • 5th BR or Guest room with ensuite • Huge dble garage UMR plus extra shedding for caravan or boat NBN

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492 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek

7 Thompson Court, Moorak $650,000

• Stylish 4BR (+ study) designer home, 44sq on approx. 3600m2 allot. • Beautifully appointed kitchen with granite benches & s/s app. • Home theatre room, built-in bar & enclosed alfresco area with o/door kitchen • In conjunction from Gebhardts NBN 4 2 6

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• Set on the beachfront at Flinty Point is this unique property set on 4.5 acres. • The property offers a fully insulated color-bond shed converted to weekender. • One bedroom/study, offering electric heater and ceiling fan, • Kitchen/living area with ceiling fan, bathroom with shower over bath and mezzanine floor. 1 1 1

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982 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek A 2.2 cr es

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

A 4.5 cr es

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$409,000

• Located on the foreshore of Browns Bay, lovingly maintained property on 8905m2 • Spacious & inviting 3BR home with modern 2BR accommodation alongside • An impressive decked verandah surrounds the home, while a sheltered pergola provides extra space for outdoor entertaining 5 2 6


32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416 Chris Manser 0417 414 127 chris@pandl.net.au Sales

Owen Pettingill 08 8723 3416 Director

Garth Manser 0417 071 180 garth@pandl.net.au Sales

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17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong

MOUNT VIEW ESTATE Tollner/Crafter Road, Mount Gambier

• 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

33 Riddoch Highway, Tarpeena

A 6.6 cr es

$435,000

• 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

22615 Bay Road, Mount Schank $232,000

A 3.0 cr es

34 Kitty Temple Road, Caveton

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55 Ascot Street, Dartmoor From $100,000 plus SAV

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.

BUSINESS

Lot 2 Private Road, Carpenter Rocks $369,000

A 10 cr es

• All stages now selling, 2% deposit only

Investment

$495,000

Starting From $135,000

• Mount Gambier’s Premier New Subdivision

Swimming Pool

RLA 185 456

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

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52 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

• 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

86 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell $259,000

Lot 2 & 21 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Port MacDonnell P.O.A.

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5.16ac & 3.46ac blocks located within walking distance of the beach Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel and Chemist Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant Build your new 2 storey home (S.T.C.A.) Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park Developers check the potential for a range of options

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34 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell $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

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong

• 4-5BR solid brick home tucked away in a beautiful rural setting on 10 Acres • Polished floorboards, formal dining & lounge, blackwood kitchen/ dining with elec cooking & family room/5th bedroom • 4 main paddocks, plus house & shed yards with 4 Bay & 3 Bay iron shedding • Everything is here - start enjoying that country lifestyle you’ve been yearning for.

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• 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.

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$155,000

• Ideal location for your new country life • 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Kestrel design House & Land Package from $298,000 • Power connection included • Picturesque 2.5 Acre allotment on the outskirts of the Mount Gambier • Build your dream home, minutes from the city, river & sea (STCA)

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11 Millard Street, Donovans

BLOCKS OF LAND $265,000

• 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

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12 Nelson Road, OB Flat

• Outstanding 4BR family home on 50 Acres in popular Glencoe/ Kalangadoo area. • Beautifully appointed kitchen including Blanco electric cooking appliances, dishwasher & open plan dining/family area. • R/c air-conditioning plus s/c wood heating • As new shedding

$199,000

• 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

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$475,000

ALL OFFERS INVITED • 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

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42 Compton Street, Port MacDonnell

• Just a stone’s throw from the beach, outstandingly presented 3Bed home, featuring self contained 1Bed granny flat with en-suite & lounge • Open plan kitchen with elec cooking, plus large adjoining dining & lounge • Low maintenance grounds & single garage UMR with remote & internal access 3 2 1

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19 Dry Creek Road, Donovans

22 Donovans Road, Donovans

• Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean. • The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views.

$248,000

729 Kangaroo Flat Road, Glencoe $459,000

A 10 cr es

• Just a stone’s throw from the beach you will find this outstandingly presented home. • The home offers open plan kitchen / dining with electric cooking & separate family room with a gas log fire • The upper level of the home offers master bedroom with WIR & en-suite whilst the lower level features 2 bedrooms with BIR, main bathroom and separate toilet. 3 2 6

• 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

A 50 cr es

• 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.

Lot 12 Nelson Road, Mt Gambier 2.5 Acres

$155,000

Sec 81 Bailey Rd, Tarpeena 20 Acres

$150,000

144 Suttontown Road, Suttontown

$105,000

Lot 65 Bruning Place 766m2

$55,000

Lot 72 Bruning Place 638m2

$39,000

6 Cobblestone Court, Mt Gambier 819m2

$69,500

Lot 31-37 Glenburnie Heights

From $125,000

Crafter Road, Compton 3000-5000m2

From $135,000

33 Avey Road, Mt Gambier

$179,000

Lot 29A Plantation Road, Nelson

$380,000


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

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10 Gemstone Court

$294,500

8 Chauvel Street

$179,000

3/47 Jubilee Highway West

$215,000

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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.

23 McDonald Street

$265,000

8 Blackall Street

$265,000

ART DECO TREASURE Gorgeous 2 bedroom stone home. Large open plan lounge/dining with slow combustion heating. Eat in country style kitchen with electric stove. Tiled bathroom with large shower and near new vanity. Quirky bar room. Double length carport plus workshop and garden shed. Why rent, when you could call this home.

4 McGregor Street

$249,000

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.

15 Brigalow Crescent

$234,000

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OPEN SATURDAY 10.30 - 11.00AM SO WHO’S LOOKING FOR GREAT SHEDDING? Valuable piece of land in prestigious McDonald Street. Minutes from the main street, this home is comprised as 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 2 toilets. Lovely lounge room with gas heating. New carpet throughout bedrooms 1, 2, and lounge. Spacious eat in kitchen. Games room under main roof. Double garage under main roof with a remote roller door. Detached 3 bay stone garage with 3 phase power. Parking for 5 vehicles, what a find so close to the city.

20 Eustace Street

$160,000

AFFORDABLE FOR A FAMILY Renovated family home. Currently comprised as 4 bedrooms plus dedicated office. Main bedroom has walk-in robe and combined parent’s retreat. Built-in robes in second bedroom. 2 bathrooms, 1 on each level. Renovated kitchen with electric cooking + s/steel dishwasher. Spacious lounge elevated & opening out to balcony. Single garage UMR with remote & loads of extra storage. Superb rear outdoor entertaining. Seriously nothing to do here, just move in & enjoy.

12/151 Commercial Street West

$235,000

WAITING FOR A FAMILY Three bedroom stone home situated on a large block close to a school & shops. Main bedroom with built-ins. Lounge with reverse cycle heating/cooling. Slow combustion heater positioned in the centre of the home. As new kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher. Freshly painted throughout. Large pergola with hardwood timber deck and blinds. 4 car colorbond shed with power.

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.

35 Dalkeith Drive

$325,000

T NTRAC O C R UNDE BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME, SO CLOSE TO THE CITY CENTRE An opportunity like this doesn’t come along too often. Situated on prestigious Eustace Street sits this 1950’s stone dwelling on approx. 1047m2. Currently comprised of a bedroom, kitchen, lounge with open fire place and parquetry flooring, there’s a choice to extend this gem or redevelop. Stone rear garage plus workshop with power. With a 20 metre frontage and a depth of just over 52 metres the possibilities are endless.

INNER CITY LIVING Vicki Quinn Real Estate is please to offer for sale this 2 storey townhouse located opposite picturesque Vansittart Park. Comprising of 2 bedrooms with built in robes in the main. The kitchen offers loads of cupboards with gas cooktop and electric wall oven. North facing dining room spills to an outdoor private courtyard. Spacious lounge and single garage UMR with remote and internal access.With the convenience of 2 toilets, living in the centre of town has never been easier.

12 Jardine Street

$549,000

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.

32 Jubilee Highway East

$115,000

189 Glencoe Road, Glencoe

$270,000

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.

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10 Powell St 3

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4/10 William St 2

8 Leray Ave 3

237 Yahl Main Rd 2

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2/68 Brownes Rd

City central block - approx 851m2 Priced to sell at $115,000

BARGAIN BUYING IN THE ST MARTINS AREA Well kept 4 bedroom home located in the popular St Martins area. Ensuite with WIR to spacious master bedroom. BIR in remaining bedrooms. Large formal lounge- ideal home theatre and superb views from the open plan living areas. Lovely 2 pak kitchen with walkin pantry and stainless steel gas cooking. Warmed with ducted gas central heating and cooled with reverse cycle split system. Internal access from the double garage UMR plus an additional single garage with vehicle access- ideal for a boat or car enthusiast. Neutral décor throughout, ready for a family to enjoy. Close to St Martins and McDonald Park schools.

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2 1/223 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier

$160,000

Neat and tidy kitchen with electric cooking Single garage UMR + private rear courtyard

Kitchen/dining area with gas cooking Undercover entertaining area with a wood fire “man cave” with built in bar

650 The Springs Road Glencoe

$359,000

3 Bertha Street Mount Gambier • • • • • •

Country living at its best 4 bedrooms 2 living zones Approx. 5 acres Great shedding, chickens, veg patch and a miniature orchard

$205,000

2 Land area of approx. 753m . Double garage + carport measuring 8m x 6m.

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$69,500

by • Situated in an outstanding growing area and circled quality built homes • Huge 1066m2 allotment • All amenities available including stone fencing the Blue • Sweeping views across Mount Gambier towards Lake

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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 garage • Decked & covered pergola, colorbond shed, dble UMR + 5000 Gallon rainwater tank

New carpets plus painting throughout

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$349,000

6m colorbond double garage • In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate

Enclosed rear yard

$185,000

• Situated on Cafpirco Road approx. 5 minutes from Gambier • Elevated allotment with fantastic views • Approx. 4.66 acres or 1.88 Ha • Power available • Council rates $525 (minimum rate) P/A

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• 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

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

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27.11ha 1980s home, 3 km from Tantanoola 4 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite Open plan kitchen/dining + two living areas Undercover pergola attached to house Full size, flood lit all weather tennis court Six fenced paddocks with a central lane way

Melissa Walker 0408 250 505

3 17 Patricia Court Mount Gambier

CHARACTER BEACH COTTAGE

“GLENTAL”

4 Lot 51 Cafpirco Road Compton

$399,000

• 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 • 16 solar panels 3kw with 5kw inverter

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10 Bellshire Place Mount Gambier

225 Attamurra Road Mount Gambier

SWEET, NEAT AND COMPLETE

• 3 main bedrooms with BIR + ensuite in main & • 2 attractive living areas, open plan kitchen/dining adjoining study. + 6m x • Double garage UMR with large outdoor living area

Close to Tenison Woods College Two good size bedrooms Large kitchen/dining area Separate lounge boasting wood fire Single garage UMR with internal access

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5 bedrooms, main with walk in robe + ensuite Open plan kitchen/dining room toilets Plenty of rain water to house plus bore for garden and 8m x 5m 3 bay Colorbond shed with power

WELL-DESIGNED EXECUTIVE HOME

DOESN’T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME

$249,000

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190 Kennedy Road Tantanoola • • • • •

5 Rooms, stone home with entrance hall. Lounge with new wood fire. 3 bedrooms, 2 with built in’s. Kitchen/dining room with open fire place

SOLID UNIT IN A GREAT LOCATION

WHAT ABOUT THE VIEW?

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OPEN Sunday

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1198m2 allotment 3 bedrooms, master with BIR & split system. Fully renovated large eat in kitchen Additional room off kitchen Additional granny flat/teenage retreat

GOLF ANYONE?

OPEN Sunday

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Huge 1100m allotment 3 good size bedrooms, bedroom 3 with BIR Lounge with wood fire and R/C Inverter

OPEN Sunday

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22 Umpherston Road Mount Gambier

LARGE FAMILY HOME ON 3.2 ACRES

CENTRAL LOCATION

11.00-12.00

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

OPEN Sunday

4 Knight Court Mount Gambier

$209,000

door, power and concrete floor

GIVE ME A HOME AMONG THE GUMTREES

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115 Jubilee Highway West Mount Gambier

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Two good sized bedrooms, main with BIR Roomy lounge room with lovely bay window Separate dining room, may be used as 3rd bedroom

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OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday

WOW, WOW, WOW!

SOLID STONE HOME WITH GREAT FEATURES

UPDATED STONE HOME

SPACIOUS UNIT IN CENTRAL LOCATION

12 Racketts Road Pelican Point

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08 8726 4400

SPRINGVIEW

2 Hilltop Avenue, Mount Gambier

$399,000

REDUCED

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REDUCED TO SELL OUT OPEN SATURDAY • 4 bdrms all with robes. Master with ensuite • 2 Bathrooms • Formal lounge • Open plan living • Stunning stone benchtops WEB Id. 9538376 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 & Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

21 Bond St, Mt Gambier EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

• Utilities including power, Telstra, town water and sewer • Bike paths surrounding estate • All $115,000

• Serviced Allotments • 1425m2 TO 2368m2 • Side and back fencing • Only 6 left

OPEN SUNDAY

43 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $278,000

3 Fidler Street, Mt Gambier

$167,000

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OPEN SUNDAY

15 Crouch St North, Mt Gambier

3 Kensen Court, Mt Gambier

$179,000

OPEN SUN JUL 24 11.30 - 11.50

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REDUCED TO SELL

OPEN SUNDAY • 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

11.00 - 11.30

30 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier

• 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

MAKE AN OFFER

OPEN SAT JUL 23 4

• 3 bedrooms all with built in robes • Formal lounge room • Sunroom with amazing views SUN JUL 24 • Updated bathroom, 2 garages • EOI closing Fri 15th July at 3pm (unless sold prior) 11.00 - 11.20 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 1 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 WEB Id. 9845432 3

OPEN

Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 | Web Id. 7626186

• Enclosed alfresco pa o area • Landscaped gardens • Ducted R/C air-condi oning throughout • Home connected to rainwater • Open plan living

OPEN SUNDAY

OPEN SUN JUL 24 12.00 - 12.20

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14 Banksia Street, Mt Gambier

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$235,000

• 3 bedrooms, 2 with built-ins • Open plan living/dining • Renovated kitchen with pantry • Large bathroom with spa • 2 bay carport with man cave

OPEN SUN JUL 24 12.30 - 12.50

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89 Suttontown Road, Mt Gambier

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• 2 double bedrooms, main with BIR’s • Large formal lounge with gas hea ng • Formal dining with the convenience of a s/c heater • Gas cooking within the kitchen • Back sunroom WEB Id. 8812947 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

24 Messenger Road, Penola

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• 3 bedrooms. Main with walk-in robe and access to the 3-way bathroom • Large open plan/living/dining • Central gas hea ng throughout • Low maintenance yard with drive-through access • Single garage under main roof WEB Id. 9647785 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3 1 1

58 Wehl Street South, Mt Gambier

$140,000

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME • 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 • Freshly painted throughout WEB Id. 9331626 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3 2

91 Henningson Road, Yahl

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• No power or water bills, Extra income • Poten al to subdivide (STC) • 3 Acres, awesome loca on • 4bedrooms, 2 bathrooms • +Granny flat – 2bedroom, 1 bathroom • Detached rumpus room Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

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10 Carrison Road, Suttontown

5 ACRES

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You will instantly fall in love with this 4 bedroom 2 bathroom family residence, a mix of old and new and burs ng with character. Set on a corner allotment framed with established gum trees just 1.2kms from the town centre. Horse enthusiasts will fall in love with first class stables, round yard. 60x20m fenced arena, 5 acres of electrified paddocks and excellent fencing. WEB Id. 9553671 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 4 2 4

• Prime land of 837m2 for development in centre of town • Located opposite the popular Reidy Park School and close to Tenison Woods College • Privately posi oned with wide driveway entrance • Opportunity to build you family home or develop STCC WEB Id. 8315977 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

7 Underwood Avenue, Mt Gambier

5 Carpenters Rocks Rd, Carpenters Rocks $249,000

$180,000

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2.5 ACRES

180° VIEWS • 4 bedrooms • 2 large living areas • Extra large double garage • EAT in country kitchen • Self-contained games room/teenagers retreat WEB Id. 9767079 4 2 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• 4 bdrms all with BIR’s. Main with WIR & ens • Eat-in kitchen. Formal dining. Living room with s/c heater • Enclosed entertaining area with open fire • 2 rooms off entertaining area suitable for teenagers retreat/games room

AMPLE

WEB Id. 9548633 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

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Rural Sales

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

MALCOLM LEWIS

JAY TREACEY

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0411 899 693

0409 978 004

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

malcolm.lewis@elders.com.au

jay.treacey@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

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1/89 Crouch Street South, Mt Gambier

LAKES LOCATION • 2 spacious bedrooms both with robes • Under cover parking • Large lounge • Ideal to walk to Blue Lake • Open plan living • Great starter, great investment • Solid mber kitchen WEB Id. Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 & Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 14/2A Coolabah Street, Mt Gambier

$239,000

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• Spacious home e • 2 bedrooms both with robes • Open plan living • Semi enclosed outdoor pa o WEB Id. 9799968 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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6 Lange Street, Mt Gambier

11.40 - 12.00

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64 Suttontown Rd, Mt Gambier

OPEN SAT JUL 23

OPEN SATURDAY • 3 bedrooms all with robes • Spacious master bedroom with ensuite • Large Tassie Oak mber kitchen • Open plan kitchen/meals/family WEB Id. 9916809 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

OPEN SAT JUL 23 10.00 - 10.20

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54 Bay Road, Mt Gambier

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• 3 large bedrooms (2 with BIRS) • Spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining room • outdoor living area with kitchen facili es protected by roller blinds • Massive storage room complete with shelving WEB Id. 9841237 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 3

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$349,000

ALL WITH A 25% ALLOCATION CARRYOVER POTENTIAL AVAILABLE • 3 bedrooms • Open plan living • Func onal kitchen • Rear and front verandahs • Double garage WEB Id. 9866866 Barry Ritter: 0408 853 180

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22 Davison Street, Mt Gambier

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• Don’t pass on this opportunity to own a slice of Bay Road • Comprising of 3 large bedrooms, main with walk-in-robe • Lovely formal lounge situated at the front of the home • Kitchen/meals area • Bathroom with separate shower and bath WEB Id. 9423663 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693 3

Lot 8 McCormick Rd, Mt Gambier

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INVESTOR SPECIAL

• 444,106 kL Underground Taking Licence - area of ‘Grey’ • 267,406 kL Underground Taking Licence - area of ‘Riddoch’ • 127,400 kL Underground Taking Licence - area of ‘Monbulla”

LEASED UNTIL 7/17 AT $280PW • Be surprised by this hidden gem which will definitely please • 4 Bedrooms all with built-in robes • Large formal lounge with slow combus on hea ng WEB Id. 9450768 Malcolm Lewis 0411 899 693

• Large allotment ready for your dream home 5782m2 • Services include: Mains water, power and phone • Brand new post and wire fencing • Desirable loca on south of the city • Build your dream home

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For Sale by ‘Expressions of Interest’ • Phone Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

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Rural Sales

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

MALCOLM LEWIS

JAY TREACEY

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0411 899 693

0409 978 004

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

malcolm.lewis@elders.com.au

jay.treacey@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

m t g a m b i e r @ e l d e r s . c o m . au RLA 62833

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SCHOLARSHIP REWARD FOR STUDENTS Two local indigenous women will use Glenelg Shire Council Aboriginal Scholarships to forge careers in the health sector. Heywood-based students Malachi Walker and Emily Soloman have been awarded $2000 scholarships to assist with their study expenses. Miss Walker, who is employed at Winda-Mara Co-op, is studying a Graduate Certificate in Developmental Trauma, whilst Heywood woman Emily Soloman has recently relocated to Geelong to complete a Bachelor of Nursing at Deakin University. Both women were recommended for the scholarships by the Glenelg Mara Quorin Aboriginal Advisory Committee. Miss Walker said she would use the grant to purchase a laptop to assist with completing her assignments. Research shows that only two out of 10 Aboriginal students within Glenelg Shire were staying at school to complete Year 12 study. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the successful scholarship program, which has been running since 2014, was assisting to reverse this trend.

“I applaud the efforts of these talented young women who are working hard to build successful career paths in the health sector,” Cr Oberlander said. “These scholarships have assisted a number of local youth over the past two years to realise their potential, taking away the financial burden of completing further study and realising their career aspirations.” The annual scholarship program is open to all Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander persons aged between 17 and 24 in Glenelg Shire.

DIARIES UNLOCK THE PAST Researching her family genealogy and finding her father’s diary led local author Ms. Gilbert, to write Napoleon’s History of Australia to be launched at the Mount Gambier Library, this Sunday at 1pm. The book, a historical family saga, spans over five generations of boys with the middle name Napoleon, beginning with their ancestor Napoleon Gilbert, born 1799, who immigrated with his family to Tasmania in the late 1820s. Uncovering a rags to riches and back again story, with farming and convict labour in Tasmania, butchering meat for Victorian gold miners, Darling Downs squattocracy, the 1890s crash, two World Wars, death and poverty in Port Pirie and a scandalous unwed mother in Adelaide, readers will journey through the family’s impressive achievements, earth-shattering tragedies, and some startling skeletons in the closet. Ms. Gilbert (her pen name) weaves the breadth of history into the story and presents what some may see as boring data as an exciting family saga. A retired educator, Ms. Gilbert said she started researching in 2010, after discovering her father’s diary after his passing. “I was inspired to dig deeper and fascinated by the fact that all the boys

had the middle name Napoleon,” she said. “Why were these little boys named after such a controversial political figure?” Napoleon’s History of Australia underlines how social norms change overtime but some things remain the same – courage, venality, greed, compassion, service, sacrifice, love and lust. Books will be available for sale at the launch for $19.99 and then throughout various venues for $29.99. This is a free community event, with bookings required for catering purposes. Telephone the Mount Gambier Library (08)8721 2540 or book online www. mountgambier.sa.gov.au/library under Programs and Events. Above - Author Ms. Gilbert with her family history expose that will be launched this Sunday at the Mount Gambier Library.

To be eligible a person must have completed year 12 or equivalent and be enrolled in further study. The grant is used to assist in covering school fees, books and stationary, compulsory clothing and travel expenses. Above – Heywood women Malachi Walker (right) and Emily Soloman (left) have received 2016 Glenelg Shire Council Aboriginal Scholarships.

PORTLAND MAINTAINS TITLE AS WHALE CAPITAL Portland has continued its position as Victoria’s whale watching capital with 18 arrivals this season. As of last Wedmesday, Glenelg Shire had scored Victoria’s highest number of whale sightings with the mammal’s spotted near Pivot Beach, Lee Breakwater, Portland Bay Lighthouse, Cape Nelson Lighthouse and Dutton Way over the past two months as registered on the Glenelg Shire Council’s Whalemail registration system. The first sighting was recorded in late April with two orca whales spotted 75 metres offshore from the Cape Nelson Lighthouse – a few weeks earlier than the expected season launch which is generally in May. The most recent viewing was last Tuesday with two humpbacks spotted 500 metres off Portland Bay. Southern Right Whales are regular visitors to the region as they transition through the warmer waters of the Southern Ocean, to mate and calve. The Portland Visitor Information Centre flies a yellow flag every time a whale sighting is recorded, in addition to updates on the Whalemail alert system (www.whalemail.com.au) which invites people to register to be provided with email notification when a whale is in local waters. The Glenelg Shire also has a Whalemail Facebook page @WhalemailPortland which provides additional instant updates. There is a new whale viewing platform on Wade Street, which includes a pair of binoculars, providing a spectacular viewing point across Portland Bay.

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STRONG PERFORMANCES AT LOCAL KARATE CHAMPIONSHIPS 2016 SEISHIKAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS Pee Wee Kata 1. Johee Joyce Kyokushin 2. Harrison Elletson Seishikan M Gambier 3. Cooper Pitkin Seishikan Mt Gambier Pee Wee Kumite 1. Tate Povey Kyokushin 2. Johee Joyce Kyokushin 3. Cooper Pitkin Seishikan Mt Gambier Boys 8-9yrs Kata 1. Addison Sims Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Kai Arbery Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Joel Wayth Seishikan Mt Gambier Boys 8-9yrs kumite 1. Kai Arbery Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Addison Sims Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Jack Galloway Seishikan Mt Gambier Boys 10-11yrs Kata 1. Luke Cassar Seishikan Ballarat 2. Anthony Debono Funokoshi W’bool 3. Bradley Braithwaite Seishikan Mt Gambier Boys 10-11yrs kumite 1. Galen Aguinaldo Seishikan Mt. Gambier 2. Anthony Debono Funokoshi W’bool 3. Luke Cassar Seishikan Ballarat

Boys 12-13yrs Kata 1. Ryan Searle Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Caleb Pfeiffer Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Joseph McMahon Seishikan Mt Gambier Boys 12-13yrs Kumite 1. Ryan Searle Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Lachlan Clements Kyokushin 3. Joseph McMahon Seishikan Mt Gambier Boys 14-17yrs Kata 1. Phillip Penafiel Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Bradley Frost Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Jarrod Feeney Seishikan Ballarat Boys 14-17yrs Kumite 1. Phillip Penafiel Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Jarrod Feeney Seishikan Ballarat 3. Bradley Frost Seishikan Mt Gambier Senior Male Kata 1. Joshua Bartlett Funokoshi W’bool 2. Bradley Frost Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Jarrod Feeney Seishikan Ballarat Senior Male Kumite 1. Phillip Penafiel Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Bradley Frost Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Jarrod Feeney Seishikan Ballarat Mixed Veteran Kata 1. Linda Dodds Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Sally Hron Seishikan Ballarat

3. Suzy Bennett Shingokan Male Veteran Kumite 1. James Scott Kyokushin Mt.Gambier 2. Rob McLean Seishikan Mt.Gambier 3. Travis Munroe Seishikan Ballarat Girls 8-9yrs Kata 1. Yenna Joyce Kyokushin 2. Arrabelle Searle Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Summer Williams Kyokushin Girls 8-9yrs Kumite 1. Yenna Joyce Kyokushin 2. Arrabelle Searle Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Summer Williams Kyokushin Girls 12-13 years Kata 1. Chelsea Frost Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Angel Aguinaldo Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Alexandra Raduka Seishikan Werribee Girls 12-13 years Kumite 1. Angel Aguinaldo Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Chelsea Frost Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Naomi Zwijnenburg Seishikan Mt Gambier Girls 14-17yrs Kata 1. Emily Kro Shotokan Melbourne 2. Lauren Frost Seishikan Mt Gambier 3. Alanah Azzopardi Seishikan Ballarat Senior Female Kata

1. Emily Kro Shotokan Melbourne 2. Suzi Bennett Shingokan 3. Sonia Dickeson Seishikan Mt Gambier Senior Female Kumite 1. Lauren Frost Seishikan Mt Gambier 2. Amy McGaw Seishikan Mt.Gambier 3. Sonia Dickeson Seishikan Mt Gambier The championships were hosted at Tenison Woods College last month. Seishikan Mount Gambier is also relocating as of next term to the Mount Gambier Senior Citizens Club in James Street. Below (from left) - Addison Sims (Seishikan Mt Gambier); Chelsea Frost kicking Angel Aguinaldo (Seishikan Mt Gambier); Emily Kro (Melbourne); Joshua Bartlett (Warrnambool) & Ryan Searle (Seishikan Mt Gambier). Right - Yenna Joyce (Kyokushin Mt Gambier).

Pet of the week Rosabelle is a young, female, Australian kelpie. Rosabelle is one of the many dogs that we have worked tirelessly with to recreate that bond between human and dog. Rosabelle was very timid and unsure of herself when she first came to SEAWL but she has flourished under the watchful eye of our dedicated volunteers and staff into such a beautiful girl. With a kind nature and an open heart rosabelle just loves feeling wanted and appreciated. Being a kelpie she will need regular walks and some basic obedience training would go a long way with our very clever and witty rosabelle. If you think you can give Rosabelle the second chance she truly deserves please come down to SEAWL to meet her. You can also contact the SEAWL on (08) 8723 9133 during opening hours or visitwww.seawl.thelimestonecoast. com.au for more information about the adoption process. lifestyle1.net | 22


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COVER - SHEEPVENTION JOINS THE DIGITAL AGE Sheepvention has joined the digital age in 2016 with the Ram Sale having a live bidding option for remote viewers and buyers and a new Sheepvention App available for both visitors and exhibitors. The Pen of 5 Ram Sale is one of the highlights and most successful events held each year at Sheepvention. In 2015 sales eclipsed $760,000, with $21,000 the highest price paid for a Glendonald Merino Ram. With an excellent clearance rate and buyers and vendors attracted from across Australia, the Ram Sale in 2016

is anticipated to be another highly successful event. For this first time ever, buyers from across Australia will be able to watch and bid with Live Online Simulcast Bidding being provided by Elite Livestock Auctions. Sheepvention President Gordon Last believed this exciting addition to the already successful Ram Sale would hopefully increase the audience for the ram sale in 2016 “The Hamilton P & A Society are extremely excited that the Ram Sale will now have a live bidding option for remote buyers,” Mr Last said. “Given we have vendors from across Australia; it made logical sense to take our Ram Sale online to increase the range of buyers. The Hamilton P & A Society are very excited Elite Livestock Auctions are providing the platform for us to offer this service. I am confident live bidding will further increase audience participation and overall success of Australia’s biggest merino ram sale.” Managing Director of Elite Livestock Auctions Chris Norris and Southern Business Development Manager of Elite Livestock Auctions Miles Pfitzner are thrilled to be the service provider for live bidding of the Ram Sale at Sheepvention this year. “Elite Livestock Auctions are proud to be combining a sale with such tradition and history with up to date technology and modern sale practices,” Mr Norris said. “The live broadcast added with simulcast bidding will take this sale Australia wide and to the next level.”

“The Stocklive Bidding Platform will allow people from every corner of the country to bid live and follow the auction from the palm of their hand,” Mr Pfitzner said. “This really is a huge step for Sheepvention. It’s forward thinking and progressive by them, they will be happy with the result.” Elite Livestock Auctions has an app which can be downloaded for both iphone and android devices. Buyers can place bids using their iPhone/iPad or android devices using the app. Viewers wishing to bid on a ram will need to register at www. elitelivestockauctions.com.au and register on the Sign Up page. Registrations will close 24 hours prior to the ram sale. The ram sale catalogue can be found at www.hamiltonshowgrounds. com.au In addition to Live Bidding, visitors and exhibitors can now download the first ever Sheepvention App, where people can view maps, program timetables, categorised lists of exhibitors, descriptions and special offers from exhibitors. Finding an exhibitor will be made even easier with the App showing

COMING EVENTS

THE FARMERS MAKER: DEAN BOWEN

HAMILTON ART GALLERY, HAMILTON Until Aug 4

you where to go with a red indicator marker. The App is available now for both iPhone and android devices and users can create a short list and map out plans for their Sheepvention visit. A refresh button will provide users with the most accurate listing of exhibitors, events and additional information right to Sheepvention eve, something that has previously been unavailable with a printed program booklet. The App is targeted at both visitors and exhibitors, with exhibitors encouraged to submit their information to the App to allow for maximum exposure before, during and after the event. The Sheepvention App is available now from Apple’s App Store or on Google Play. For more information including the ram sale catalogue please visit www.hamiltonshowgrounds.com.au

BEACHPORT SALMON FISHING COMPETITION BEACHPORT July 9 - 24

BIG WINTER BOOK SALE

PORTLAND, CASTERTON & HEYWOOD LIBRARIES July 20-29

CAVALIERS HOCKEY CLUB 25TH ANNIVERSARY MOUNT GAMBIER RACING CLUB July 22

OUR STORIES OUR MOB OUR MOB NARACOORTE ART GALLERY Until July 31

ENDLESS PLEASURE: THE ART OF GARDENS & GARDENING RIDDOCH ART GALLERY, MOUNT GAMBIER Until September 25

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - RADELAIDE OVAL?... By ROBBIE TANSEL At times in the past I have been a little bit critical of Adelaide. A lot of this came from the bitterness of the SA Government forward selling the South East forests a couple of years ago. I was a little bit annoyed about that and sometimes I took my anger out unfairly on Adelaide as a city. Well last week I visited our capital city for a few days. I decided I would try to go with an open mind. At times I was quite impressed with what I found and at other times they just confirmed that my earlier opinions were justified. I know many of you have sworn never to attend Adelaide Oval, feeling that the money from the forward sale of the timber went directly to the renovations on the stadium. I like going to the football though and had the opportunity to watch a game there so decided to go check it out. For most of my visit I was incredibly impressed with what they have done. I enjoyed my walk over the bridge stretching from the train station to Adelaide Oval. It did leave me wondering why the Mount Gambier City Council wouldn’t have built a bridge over the Blue Lake by now though. Have you ever walked around the Blue Lake? It’s nearly four kilometres. It would be significantly shorter if you could walk straight across

to the other side. Obviously you’d have to Bunyip proof it or something but I think it would be worth looking into. Wouldn’t want Old Blue jumping out of the water and devouring part of the bridge and a few tourists. Adelaide Oval has always been a very picturesque oval. It has also been renowned for its historic scoreboard and as being one of the few cricket ovals that has maintained a grass hill for spectators. Despite the renovations they have done a fantastic job of maintaining this beauty and history. Having shared the positives though, let me explain one of the big problems I noticed. I had to attend the restrooms at Adelaide Oval a couple of times to void my bladder. As I entered the toilets I encountered a sign that read as follows. “Recycled water in use for toilet flushing. Do not drink.” Where do I even start with this one? I’m assuming they have always had recycled water in the toilets. Did they have the sign up from the start or did they have to put the sign up in response to some concerns from staff at the facility. “People don’t seem to know that the toilet water is recycled and they’re drinking it, boss.” What is going on in Adelaide if people are drinking from the toilet? If people are drinking from the toilet, is the issue really that the water is recycled. I would think that is the least of the problem. Are they happy for people to drink from the toilet if it’s fresh water? I know that they’ve cut

a heap of jobs at Holden and lots of other jobs have been cut too, but there are taps in the toilet facility. I did wonder a little if the sign was actually directed more at canines. We all know dogs are renowned for drinking from toilets but this sign is unlikely to change that. Dogs can’t read. My other concern with the sign requires you to look very closely at the picture. You’ll notice that the “Male ambulant toilet” and “Male toilet” signs both have braille printing on them so that blind people will be able to identify what toilet they need to go to. There is no braille on the “Do not drink the recycled toilet water sign”! Do the managers of the Adelaide Oval think that blind people are

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less likely to want to drink toilet water? Is drinking toilet water more of a seeing person issue? Or are they aware of special training that Guide Dogs receive? Are there honestly people who need a sign giving them directions not to drink toilet water? Even if you were walking through the desert, dying of thirst, and you stumbled upon a toilet, you’re unlikely to drink out of the porcelain, recycled water or not. Put your hand up please if you’ve ever drunk water from the toilet. I’m going to assume that none of you have your hand up. If you do have your hand up, please email me at robbietansel@gmail.com and explain the circumstances.

Portland has received glowing reviews for its 2016 cruise ship visits, surpassing Melbourne’s on-shore rating. P&O passengers rated Portland on average 8.1 out of a possible score of 10 – a percentage point higher than the 2015 reviews and higher than Melbourne which rated at 7.9 per cent. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the results illustrated the tireless work of council staff and local volunteers who had coordinated the summer visiting schedule. “These results are outstanding and prove that Portland is one of Australia’s premier cruise destinations,” he said. “Our job now is to maintain and build on these results to ensure we remain a regional leader, providing one of the best on-shore experiences on the southern touring route.” Portland hosted three cruise ships in 2016. The feedback arrives as Portland prepares to host a cruise ship workshop this Wednesday providing operators the opportunity to meet oneon-one with representatives from the Australian Cruise Association. Joining the mini-expo at the Glenelg Shire Council Portland reception room are representatives from Royal Caribbean, Carnival Australia, Intercruises, Bob Wood Cruise Group, Abercrombie and Kent, and Visit Victoria.


MURRAY SOUTH EAST RECLAIMS STATE COUNTRY FOOTBALL TITLE For more than a decade Adam Merrett has been part of the Murray South East playing group at the South Australian Country Football Championships. This year, injury denied the experienced utility,

a chance to continue that tradition but the Penola coach won the zone coaching role and so for the 15th consecutive year the six time South Australian representative had a hands on role at the annual championships. The 2016 championships were hosted in Port Lincoln and Merrett couldn’t have been happier with the team he had at his disposal for the two day event. “It was the most players we’ve had to pick from since I’ve been involved,” Merrett said. “The list we had was fantastic and it was really hard to make the final cut. That’s why we have a selector from each league and you do your homework and make some phone calls and get to know the guys to find the best fit.” The dilemma, as always, when you are picking from the cream of the crop, is getting the right mix and Merrett had a clear wish list. “You can’t just pick a group of champion onballers,” Merrett said. “We picked seven or eight forwards, seven or eight backman, a few utilities and some genuine onballers, including ruckmen.” A vocal and passionate supporter of zone football, Merrett said players wanted the chance it presented to represent your State. “It gives you the chance to play in State country side and I put that to the players,” Merrett said. “I told them if we go well in the carnival it would mean six or seven guys would get that chance.” Merrett found the non-playing coaching role rewarding, especially when the MSE line-up got over the line against the strong Southern Districts in the title decider. It was the second time in three years MSE has held the trophy aloft. While

Merrett has had a taste of the nonplaying role at Penola this season, he did find it gave you more time to think. “You have to be careful not to over think it,” he said. “You have to put your trust in the players and in your pre-game planning.” Having brother and long time Penola bench coach John by his side also helped. “It was the most nervous I’ve even been coaching, though,” Merrett said of Sunday’s grand final. Both teams entered the championship decider knowing the strong wind blowing down the ground would be a significant

factor and in the end, Merrett’s planning and the clear game plan was what gave MSE the edge. “We had two set structures and as soon as we knew which way we were kicking it all clicked into place,” Merrett said. “We had drummed it into the players and they knew the rotations.” Kicking against the breeze, MSE placed one loose behind the ball and set up a mobile four man forward line, where putting the ball to space and allowing those players to use their pace was the plan of attack. MSE conjured the first two goals of the match and in the end, with

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an 11 point final margin, that strong start was the difference. Merrett admits Southern got a couple of cheap goals in the third and built more of a lead than he would have preferred but he never lost faith. Above - The championship winning Murray South East team. Left - (top) - Clint Gallio (Mt Burr) was tough in the clinches in the grand final and (bottom) - Zacc Cocks (Glencoe) driving the ball forward.

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The South Australian Indoor Bias Bowls Association State Championships have now come to a finish last week end, with the State Ladies and Men’s Singles being the last championship scheduled for 2016. There were 16 entries in both events, making it a knockout competition. The men had no luck with Zac Pearson, Simon Attiwill, Craig Pearson and Gary Bowering all being put out in the first round. In the ladies competition, Janice Knight and Emma Knight lost their first games, Keisha Pearson made it to the second round to only lose by one shot on the last end. Success came from the other two Mount Gambier players, Jennifer Bowering and Fiona Pearson, who both made it to the grand final. Jennifer led up to the thirteenth end and then the scores began to close with only one shot the difference on the sixteenth end. Fiona pulled away on the last five ends and won the title 24 shots to 15. Jennifer was so happy to make the final after being the first time she has ever played at this level and Fiona added her seventh State Ladies Singles title to her name. Above - Grand final opponentns Jennifer Bowering & newly crowned State Ladies Singles Champion Fiona Pearson. lifestyle1.net | 26

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MURRAY SOUTH EAST RECLAIMS STATE COUNTRY FOOTBALL TITLE WINTER ORCHIDS ON SHOW

The Orchid Society of Mount Gambier has one of its most important meetings of the year on Monday, July 25. Held at the Reidy Park Centre, the 7.30pm meeting with focus on the club’s winter show and there will be a presentation from the judges on what they look for when judging the exquisite blooms. The meeting is open to members and visitors alike, and it is a great opportunity to see some of the extraordinary orchids that bloom in winter in this region. You can also check out the club’s facebook page - Orchid Lovers Limestone Coast - for some tips for taking care of your orchids and a chance to show off your latest blooms. Call Robert Wood on (08)8723 2953 for more details. “I had a lot of natural leaders on the field and that definitely showed,” he said. South’s Brett O’Neil was not just named best in the grand final, he was also the coach’s pick. “We knew he was a natural ball winner and he would have had a dozen kicks in that opening term and cut off a lot across half back,” Merrett said. The skipper, Brian Fenton, who won MSE’s player of the carnival, was also pivotal in the grand final with his work rate and ability to shut down Southern Districts around the stoppages. Penola’s Matt Willson’s hard running was also pivotal in the title decider, as was his work around the stoppages and his disposal, with his trusty left foot, was pinpoint, despite the difficult conditions. Cameron Sandercock, from Border Districts, was also a key in

the win – he was the X factor inside fifty and his two goals in the opening quarter were effectively the match winner, although Jack Casey kicked the goal that put MSE back in front in the final quarter and the skipper iced the game with his goal late in that final term. Peter Nelson, MSE’s own two meter Peter, gave his onballers first use all carnival and was rewarded with selection in team of the carnival, alongside his skipper, Willson and O’Neil and centre half back Sam Pfeiffer, who also snuck forward to get a handful of goals, including two in the title match. Myles Warmington and Simon Berkefeld were also named in the SA Country line-up to play in next year’s City versus Country. MSE beat Northern and Eastern in the pool matches before

taking on the defending champions and long time powerhouse Southern. “It was a privilege and an honour to coach the best of the best and I would definitely put my hand up again,” Merrett said. Above left - Coach Adam Merrett & skipper Brian Fenton (Meningie) with the trophy Above right - (top) - Brett O’Neil (South Gambier) was best on ground in the grand final and (bottom) - Matt Willson (Penola) was one of the most consistent performers across the championships, including the grand final. PHOTOS COURTESY OF JACQUI COCKS

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LIBRARY LAUNCHES LEGO CLUB Are you a Lego master builder? Glenelg Libraries has launched a new Lego Club with sessions to be held every Saturday afternoon from 2pm to 3pm, coinciding with the term three school period. These sessions are an opportunity for Lego fans of all ages to showcase their abilities among likeminded friends. Glenelg Libraries manager Yvette Parker said the sessions were among many interactive sessions planned at Portland Library over the winter period. “Our team is always looking at ways to attract a new audience into our library, to discover the many services we have on offer,” she said. “These Lego sessions are an opportunity for parents and their children to work together, building a Lego creation whilst meeting new friends along the way and teaching children of the great services and books available at a local library. “We have a large collection of Lego for people to work with so there is no need for people to bring their own. Lego is a great tool that develops lateral thinking and assists with problem-solving, organisation, planning and creativity whilst boosting children’s motor development. Most importantly Lego is fun and provides an activity away from the winter chills over the term three period.” Lego Club sessions are open to everyone with no bookings required. Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult. To learn more contact Portland Library on (03)5522 2265.


A BOSS & A FRIEND - CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF THE BARRY MANEY GROUP

Barry Maney (right) with John Sandercock at the Regional Foodbank. You only had to look around the room at The Barn Palais on July 2 to see how deeply Barry Maney touched the lives of all who crossed his path. It was the first anniversary celebration of his successful business since he lost his battle with illness last year and as the Barry Maney Group commemorated 40 years in business, Mr Maney (pictured above) was still at the centre of the night. The mantra, a boss and a friend,

permeated the evening, because clearly Mr Maney was at least that, and, in some cases, even more. “This was an important event and a great opportunity for us to celebrate Barry and provide a tribute for his family and team,” Group Managing Director David Millard said. “The mood was one of sadness that Barry missed this major milestone, however, positive in regard to the outlook for the future on the back of

the foundation that Barry built for us.” And the 40th anniversary celebration reflected one of Mr Maney’s long held business philosophy and the cornerstone of the Barry Maney Group. “Barry always firmly believed that his success lay in building a quality team of people with a strong focus on management, training and customer service,” staff recollected. He was also a great believer in planning and his

Barry Maney (right) receiving his OAM in 2013. succession plan was already taking shape in 1993 when he offered a financial stake in the business to four key executives – David Millard, John Bradley, Fred Hill and Michael Donovan, all who took up positions as directors on the Board of Management. Working alongside Mr Maney was an education in itself and there is no doubt the current crop of directors, which includes the 2005 appointees

Barry Maney (left) receiving the 1991 Ford President’s Award - the first of seven over the years for the Barry Maney Ford dealership.

Barry Maney’s grandson Kyle accepted his grandfather’s 40 years of service award at the 40th anniversary celebration dinner.

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Jim Cornolo and Barry Stafford, are as committed to the mission statement that sees all the values that Mr Maney held dear still top priorities in the day to day running of the Barry Maney Group. Mr Maney was all about valuing his employees and creating an effective and happy working environment and that remains the foundation of the Barry Maney Group today. “This philosophy is critical to the fabric of the business,” Mr Millard said. “It is part of our mission statement and the remaining directors are dedicated to continuing what has been a successful approach to the team environment.” The Group has also continued the legacy of Mr Maney as a community leader and philanthropist. “Our mission statement includes that ‘we accept our responsibility to be a good corporate citizen incorporating the needs of the community welfare’,” Mr Millard said. “We continue to be a major supporter of Regional Foodbank and I am now the local chair of this charity. We rallied behind the ac.care homelessness luncheon which raised $100,000. I think that we are demonstrating our commitment of continuing Barry’s great work in this area.” Balancing building and running a successful business with the welfare of those around you was central to Mr Maney’s business life and he made substantial contributions and actively supported a number of community groups and projects, including Lifeline, The Life Education Centre Program, Foodbank SA, St Vincent de Paul, Boandik Lodge Aged Care, Mount Gambier Library and the ac.care homelessness program. “You get out of life what you put into it,” Mr Maney once said. “Success in life is all about the relationships you build with other people. If you treat people well, with honesty, compassion and respect, then you will never fail.” Mr Maney’s 2013 Order of Australia Medal for service to the community of Mount Gambier was the exclamation point of his active and passionate commitment to the community.


CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF THE BARRY MANEY GROUP

2016 Years of Service award winners (details below)

Mr Maney’s story of the automotive apprentice turned sales man turned business owner, who got his grounding at OGR, and went on to build one of the most respected businesses, not just in this region, but nationally, is inspirational. He also built one of the most decorated businesses in this region, with accolades dating back to 1985, just nine years into his business journey, when he was awarded Time Magazine National Motor Dealer of the Year. And the industry honours have continued to fill the Barry Maney Group trophy cabinet – its standing in the automotive industry nationally is almost unparalleled and while the awards are just reward for their hard working staff, Mr Millard believes the general public is more interested in their own personal experience with the Group. “In 2016, we have been awarded the

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National Rural Volkswagen Dealer of the Year, the National Hyundai Dealer of the Year for Service CSI (Customer Service Index), the Regional Hyundai Dealer of the Year for Sales CSI and the National Winner of the Paccar (Kenworth & DAF) Customer Champion Award,” Mr Millard said. “These awards are most important for our team, so they realise they are doing great work every day and are ranked highly by the manufacturers that we represent. Customers will judge us on their next service experience not the number of awards that we have won.” The ability of the Barry Maney Group to retain staff and the number of loyal customers, and multi-generational customers proves the focus on team building and superior customer service has the Group getting things right on both sides of the counter.

“Whatever we have seen the last 40 years we will see the same volume of change in the coming 10 years,” Mr Millard said in his closing remarks at the celebration dinner.”It is coming fast, with autonomous vehicles, vehicle sharing and who knows what else is around the corner. What will the dealership look like in 2026? It is such a fast moving target. Whatever it looks like, whatever the cars and trucks look like, we must remember we are in the people business, the customers will have the same needs and problems. They need to get from A to B and will require the same if not higher levels of service as their expectations continue to increase. As Barry always taught us, it’s great to receive all these awards and it is important they be celebrated. However we are only as good as our next customer service opportunity.”

2015/16 Team Member of the Year award winners (details below)

BARRY MANEY GROUP SERVICE AWARD WINNERS (Presented at 40th anniversary dinner) Barry Maney – 40 years of service (accepted by grandson Kyle) Greg Povey – 40 years Warren Munro – 30 Years John Ellis – 15 Years Jim Cornolo – 10 Years Jacqui Robinson – 10 Years Anthea Badenoch – 10 Years

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CAPTURING THE ESSENCE OF THE REGION

Mayoral Youth Award Winner Jack Francis (Top Spin)

Landscape Winner Simon Whennan (Imagination)

Mayoral Award Winner Darren Galwey (Show Jumping)

Eye catching photography has again taken centre stage at the Millicent Gallery with the opening of the Wattle Range Photographic Competition before a capacity crowd of more than150 people, including photographers, family and community. In its ninth year, the 253 entries exceeded all expectation, as winners were announced at the July 6 opening. Mayor Peter Gandolfi said the outstanding photography reflecting the diversity of the region and the talented photographers who exhibited. “We might not be a large community or live in a highly populated area of South Australia but we most certainly have some extremely talented photographers whose expertise behind the lens is noteworthy,” Mayor Gandolfi said. “Make sure you get a copy of the 2017 Wattle Range Council Calendar as it will be an amazing issue featuring some of these outstanding photographs.” Darren Galwey received the Mayoral Award for his stunning photograph Show Jumping and aspiring young photographer Jack Francis once again took out the Mayoral Junior Award with his photo Top Spin. The competition was judged by Steve Chapple and Charles Prime. “The task of judging was far more difficult than imagined and took many hours to finalise.,” Mr Prime said. “Everyone no matter what type of camera, what skill level, what subject, should be very proud to have their images hanging here tonight.”

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Satay Chicken Pie: Ingredients: • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil • 1 brown onion, finely chopped • 1.5kg chicken thigh fillets, excess fat trimmed, cut into 2.5cm pieces • 270ml can light coconut cream • 200g (3/4 cup) crunchy peanut butter • 60ml (1/4 cup) sweet chilli sauce • 1 tablespoon salt-reduced soy sauce • White pepper, to season • 120g green round beans, trimmed, cut into 2cm pieces • 3 sheets (25 x 25cm) of frozen puff pastry, just thawed • 1 egg, whisked • Poppy seeds, for topping lifestyle1.net | 30


CAPTURING THE ESSENCE OF THE REGION Mr Gandolfi congratulated all the winners and the entrants and said that it was pleasing to note that since its inception nine years ago the exhibition had continued to grow and every year new photographers entered the competition, bringing with them new ideas and interpretations of what Wattle Range means to them. Hurst Camera House was again the sponsor of the Youth Award and presented a Hurst Camera House Award to all junior photgraphers. The exhibition is open during library hours and Sundays 2-4pm through to and including Wednesday, August 3. Other winners included: • Business & Industry Darren Galwey (Yesterday’s Farming Chicory Kiln at Rendelsham) • Black & White Darren Galwey (My Five Cents) Rick Hyde (Borrowed Time) • Panoramic Melanie Halton (Fun in the Sun) • Landscape Simon Whennen (Imagination) • Nature Simon Whennen (Posing Wren) • Sport & Leisure Maddie Redman (Perfect Shot) • Youth Jack Francis (Top Spin) • People & Portrait Lynda Heins (A Long Wait)

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Business & Industry Winner Darren Galwey (Yesterday’s Farming - Chicory Kiln at Rendelsham)

Nature Winner Simon Whennen (Posing Wren)

Step 1 Heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Cook the onion, stirring, for 4 minutes or until soft. Add chicken and cook, stirring occasionally, for 15 minutes or until browned. Add the coconut cream, peanut butter, sweet chilli sauce and soy sauce and stir until combined. cook, stirring occasionally, for 10 minutes or until mixture thickens. season with salt and white pepper. Step 2 Place the beans in a heatproof bowl and cover with boiling water. Set aside for 1 minute or until tender crisp. Refresh under cold water. Drain. Stir into chicken mixture until combined. Cool slightly before assembling pies. Step 3 How to assemble the pies: Use six 330ml (1 1/3-cup) capacity ovenproof dishes as a guide to cut 6 discs from 3 sheets (25 x 25cm) of frozen puff pastry, just thawed. Divide the filling among the dishes. Brush top edges of dishes with whisked egg, top with pastry discs and lightly press to seal. Brush the tops with the egg. Sprinkle poppy seeds over the top. Place pies on a baking tray. Bake at 200°C for 20-25 minutes or until pastry is puffed and golden.

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The inaugural Moto Classica was held at Mount Gambier’s City Hall in July last year and raised almost $5000 for Cancer Council SA. Organised by Tyrone Mustey (pictured below), it was hoped the event would become an annual fundraiser, doubling as a chance for local enthusiasts to show off their own beloved classic & vintage motorcycles, as well as check out what others in the community have restored. And that is exactly how things have panned out with the second Moto Classica happening this weekend, with the display open on Saturday (9am-6pm) and Sunday (9am-2pm), with the announcement of winners at 2pm on Sunday. Entry is $5 and the display can be accessed via the Cave Gardens.


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1. The 2016 debutantes. 2. The flowergirls await their turn. 3. Back row - MJ Dance assistant director Christina Jenkin; Caprice Ryczak and debutante trainer & MJ Dance sutdio director Maria Slape. Front row - Hayley Hamilton, Kaycee Rodda, Daniella Gajic & Annelies Rombouts 4. Maggy Dyson, Tia Lawrie & Maya Harding 5. Debutantes & thier partners with Member for Barker Tony Pasin & flowergirls. 6. Kaycee Rodda & Kirby Hillyer 7. Darcie Kuhl & Lewis McClintok 8 RSL Pipe Band 9. Alexandra Quick 10. Libby Haskins & Keelan McClean 11. Hayley Hamilton 12. Caprice Ryczak & Brandon Rye 13. Daniella Gajic & George Ros- Smith 14. The debutantes & their partners in action. Photos courtesy of Georgia Quick

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BRAIN TEASERS LITERATURE 1. What animal is ‘Ratty’ in The Wind And The Willows? 2. Who was Sir Percy Blakeney better known as? 3. “A screaming comes across the sky” is the first line to which novel? 4. What was the name of Frodo’s mother in JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings? 5. What is the sequel to William Thackeray’s The History of Henry Esmond? 6. Who said this about Jane Austen: “Every time I read her, I want to dig her up and hit her over the skull with her own shin bone”? 7. Who wrote the children’s classic The Very Hungry Caterpillar? 8. In the ladybird classic First Day of the Holidays, what illegal activity do the penguins Pen and Gwen get up to?

9. What connects Don Quixote, Pilgrim’s Progress, Le Morte d’Arthur and The Pisan Cantos? 10. Puck is a character in which Shakepeare play? 11. Which Italian novel for children has been adapted in over 240 languages?

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novel? 29. Thomas Kenneally’s Schindlers Ark won which top literary prize? 30. Who wrote the teenage vampire series - The Twilight saga? 31. Who is the youngest Bronte sister? 32. Which three building materials do the Three Little Pigs use for their respective homes? 33. What was legal thriller author John Grisham’s first novel? 34. Alex Cross is the protaganist in a long running series of novels by which crime writer? 35. How did Gone With The Wind author Margaret Mitchell die at the age of 48?

ANSWERS LITERATURE 1. Water Vole.; 2. The Scarlet Pimpernel.; 3. Gravity’s Rainbow; 4. Primula Brandybuck.; 5. The Virginians; 6. Mark Twain; 7. Eric Carle; 8. Joy Riding; 9. They were all written in prison; 10. A Midsummer Night’s Dream; 11. The Adventures of Pinocchio.; 12. Miles Franklin; 13. JK Rowling; 14. E. B. White; 15. White; 16. Ishmael; 17. 1984; 18. George Orwell; 19. Charles Dickens; 20. Don’s Party; 21. Little Bo Peep; 22. Tim Winton; 23. The Thorn Birds; 24. Mark Twain; 25. Welsh; 26. Cow; 27. The Grimm brothers; 28. The Slap; 29. The Booker prize; 30. Stephenie Meyer; 31. Anne; 32. Straw. sticks & bricks; 33. A Time to Kill; 34. James Patterson; 35. She was hit by a car

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Classifieds ACCOMMODATION

PORT FAIRY BEACHFRONT - Luxury house with fantastic ocean views. 3 bedroom, spa, Foxtel. Ph 0448 652 586. www.alohaholiday.net F ------------------------------------------

CARAVANS

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. 641 ------------------------------------------

CLEANING

FOR PROBLEM septics, leachfields, greasetraps and drains, Use FLUSH-IT(R) and let nature do the work. Ph 1300 657 570 or 03 5158 1248. W -----------------------------------------PORT MACDONNELL NEAR NEW holiday home. 3 bedrooms, 2 living areas & outdoor entertaining area. Sleeps 8. 50m to popular wool wash beach, ocean glimpses. Ph: 0417 810 246 643 ------------------------------------------

FOR SALE

ANTIQUES

COLLECTORMANIAC Buying and selling rare ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES including Militaria, Kitchenalia, Tin & Diecast toys, Live steam Toys, Garagenalia, Enamel & Tin signs, Vintage electrical, Pottery, Porcelain and Jewellery. 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. 639 ------------------------------------------

ANTIQUES

NELL’S COLLECTABLES A whimsical world of collecting Shop 6 68 Grey St Mt Gambier T 08 8723 5255 OL-641 ------------------------------------------

BUSINESS FOR SALE

NARACOORTE PLAZA KIOSK. A great opportunity to purchase Lotteries Agency and Newsagent sub-agency in the brilliant foot traffic location, right in the middle of Naracoorte’s thriving Kincraig Plaza. The complementary combination of the 2 agencies makes this business easy to operate with minimum staffing. Currently operating 6 days a week, with potential for further growth. $99,950. Phone Diana Edwards on 0417 888 624 for further details. F ------------------------------------------

MARINE

CRG 950 2015 MODEL ROLLING CHASSIS - Frame only used for 3 race meetings. $1990. Phone 0417 285 163 642 -----------------------------------------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. 665 ------------------------------------------

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 ------------------------------------------

MOTOR VEHICLES

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. 640 ------------------------------------------

PERSONAL

FILIPINO LADY 27 looking for gentleman aged between 27 to 50 years old. Contact me on facebook Aiza Alvarez Mozo. 642 ------------------------------------------

MORE THAN JUST GOOD SPORTS. Ph 08 8725 7582. 16 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. ------------------------------------------

SPORTING NEEDS

SPORTSPOWER YOUR LOCAL EXPERTS. For All Your Sporting Needs Ph 08 8725 1004 42 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier. W ------------------------------------------

STORAGE SPACE

SIZE TO SUIT, prices vary from $18 per week. Central Mt Gambier location. Ph 0400 391 712 or 8725 7952. 665 ------------------------------------------

TRADES & SERVICES

WANTED

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

WANTED

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. 665 ------------------------------------------

PRINTING

MERINO WOOL thermal underwear and thermal wool socks.www.wool-underwear. com. Phone (03) 539414866 642 -----------------------------------------PROPERTY FOR SALE Cape Bridgewater. For details check out: - YouTube Properties For Sale Cape Bridgewater. 643 -----------------------------------------TALLBOY - Solid Pine Timber stained 900 mm high 400 mm wide, 4 drawer. Excellent. $95.00 Mob 0412 942 369 640 -----------------------------------------VARIOUS SHOP FITTINGS including numerous racking and displays as a whole from a large retail business, available for inspection in Mount Gambier. To arrange an inspection call 0427 976 681 or 08 8725 3617. All offers considered. 642 ------------------------------------------

RECYCLING IN FOCUS

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

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-645 ------------------------------------------

SPORTING NEEDS

Taylor Marine

PERSONAL

AUCTION

AUCTION ON SITE at 150 Henty St Casterton, Saturday 30th July at 11:00am. Investment or business opportunity. Prime location with main street frontage 905sqm. Large display area both - internally and on recessed street. Adjacent to V-Line bus stop. 3 Offices, kitchen, separate storage with roller door, and outdoor storage area. Terms: 10% deposit - balance 30 days (G.S.T. Applicable. Gorman’s Real Estate Agency. Peter W. Gorman. Licensed Real Estate Agent & Auctioneer. Member of the Real Estate Institute of Victoria 81C Whyte St, Coleraine. 70 Henty St, Casterton. Ph/fax (03) 5581 1381 A/h Ph (03) 5581 2131 e-mail: gormansrealestate@ bigpond.com website: www. gormansrealestate.com.au 640 ------------------------------------------

* Cash, cheque or credit card. Line classifieds 14 words for $6

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 ------------------------------------------

ACCOMMODATION

ROBE BEACHFRONT - Two storey homes on main beach. 4 bedrooms, amazing views. Ph 0448 652 586. www. alohaholiday.net F ------------------------------------------

Lifestyle1 Magazine free to homes in South East SA & South West Victoria Online classifieds www.lifestyle1.net | Phone 08 8724 7111

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

RENTAL

2 BEDROOM BEACHFRONT flat, Port MacDonnell $135 per week, car park. Ph 8725 7952 or 0400 391 712. 665 -----------------------------------------FOR RENT short/long term rental. Mount Gambier venue, wedding, functions, seminars. $25O per day. Ph: 0418 838 684. 665 ------------------------------------------

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 ------------------------------------------

WEBSITES

Did you know that batteries can be recycled at the City of Mount Gambier Library and Cartridge World Mount Gambier? The recycling initiative started in September 2012 and allows residents to recycle household batteries for free. The program has recently reached a major milestone, having collected over 800kg of batteries for recycling and prevented them going to landfill. The Mount Gambier Library runs a free recycling program for all domestic and household batteries. The battery recycling box is located near the self check out stations in the library. An additional box has been placed at Cartridge World on 31 Crouch St South. This gives the public more opportunity and accessibility to recycle their domestic and household batteries. Types of batteries which can be recycled at these locations include nickel cadmium, alkaline, AA, AAA and 6V batteries. To date, the program which has been running for 4 years has prevented over 800kg of batteries from entering landfill. Batteries due to their chemical components are potentially hazardous to the environment if sent to landfill in household rubbish bins. Recycling batteries saves precious resources and prevents potentially polluting the environment. Although batteries can be recycled they are not able to go in the yellow household recycling bins and require specialised recycling. See the comprehensive ‘What to Recycle And Where’ guide on Councils website (www.mountgambier. sa.gov.au) for more recycling information. Above - Environmental sustainability officer Carmel Ron at the Waste Transfer Station with the battery boxes being sent for recycling.

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WORK WANTED

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 665 ------------------------------------------

HEALTH & BEAUTY

EARTH SPEAKS Shamanic Healing, Ancient Healing Techniques for Today. $10 off first session. Mary-Anne 0409 906 942 650 -----------------------------------------FIRST LIGHT YOGA – stretch & strengthen gently & calmly. $10. Qualified instructor – Julia 0429 094 434. 641 ------------------------------------------

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FRUIT ADDS TO HEALTHY IMAGE Portland District Health is setting a healthy example for the community with a new initiative to offer free fruit to patients, staff, volunteers and visitors. The fruit will be available in north and south wards and in the PDH Consulting Suite. CEO Chris Giles said providing fruit sent a clear message about healthy eating. “We want to help people to make the best choices by promoting a healthy, balanced diet that includes fruit,” Ms Giles said. “By having a variety of fruit readily available at PDH we are setting the scene for more people to include it in their diets.” PDH health promotion team leader Lindy Stuchbery said providing fruit was a proactive initiative to set a good example for the community. “If people see healthy options such as fruit, especially if it is cut, they are more likely to eat it as their first choice,” Ms Stuchbery said. Ms Stuchbery said most children don’t get the recommended five or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day. “Encouraging kids to eat fruits and vegetables instead of sugary snacks and fat-laden fast food can help children avoid obesity,” she said. “High-fibre foods, such as fruits and vegetables, also help the digestive system to function properly.” Ms Stuchbery said studies showed that children with healthy diets performed better on academic tests than children who consumed fewer fruits and vegetables. PDH also plans to review its provision of sweet and savoury biscuits.


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7 MATE 2.30 Bomb Hunters 3.30 Rocket City Rednecks 4.30 Billy The Exterminator 6.00 Mythbusters 7.00 The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor 9.15 Knowing 11.50 Locked Up Abroad 1.00 Friday Front Bar 1.30 Billy The Exterminator 2.00 Sport Special

WIN SA (8) 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Masterchef Encore 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 MasterChef Australia 9.30 Law & Order 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 Win’s All Australian News 12.30 The Project Encore

ABC 1 6.00 rage 11.30 The Checkout: Factory Seconds 12.00 Rise Of The Con nents: Africa 1.00 New Tricks 2.00 An ques Roadshow 3.00 Tony Robinson’s Time Walks: Wellington 3.35 Time Scanners: Machu Picchu 4.30 Landline 5.00 Midsomer Murders 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The Coroner 8.20 Indian Summers 9.10 The Doctor Blake Mysteries 10.05 TBA

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SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 Tour De France 3.05 First Crossings 4.05 PBS Newshour 5.00 Tour De France Highlights 6.00 Nigella Bites 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Ea ng History 8.30 Poh & Co. 9.00 Made In Italy with Siliva Coiloca 9.30 SBS World News Late Edi on 2.00 Who Do You Think You Are? Alex Kingston 3.05 Who Do You Think You Are? William Roache 4.10 Foor Lover’s Guide to Australia 4.45 Safe

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GO 4.00 The Looney Tunes Show 4.30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 5.00 Clarence 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Movie: The Iron Giant 7.40 Movie: Charlo e’s Web 9.40 Movie: The Family 12.00 Way Stranger Than Fic on 1.00 Surfing Australia

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 Movie: Big Girls Dont Cry They Get Even 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 A ernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 RBT 8.30 The Footy Show 10.30 Worlds Funniest Videos Top 10 Countdown 11.30 Weeds 12.00 Stalker 1.00 Anger Management

WIN VIC 6.00 Fishing Edge 6.30 The Home Team 7.00 RPM 8.00 Family Feud 8.30 Weekend Feast 9.30 Studio 10 Saturday 12.00 The Living Room 1.00 Healthy Homes Australia 1.30 The Doctors 2.30 Fishing Australia 3.00 Cruise Mode 3.30 Puppy Academy 4.00 Storm Season 4.30 Places We Go With Jennifer Adams 5.30 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Modern Family 6.30 Bondi Vet 7.30 TBA

7 TWO 6.30 A Touch Of Frost 8.50 Movie: Under The Tuscan Sun 11.20 Terror In The Skies 12.20 Sydney Weekender 12.50 WA Weekender 1.20 Queensland Weekender 2.00 Great South East 2.30 Home In WA

SC NINE WIN VIC Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 6.00 This Is Your Day With Benny Wide World of Sports 11.00 The Hinn Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 Footy 6.30 Hillsong SA 1.00 Subaru Full Cycle 7.00 T.B.A 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 1.30 World Surf League 8.30 Just Go 2.30 Movie: Bombers B-52 9.00 Everyday Gormet 4.30 Building Ideas 9.30 Studio 10 : Sunday 5.00 News: First At Five 12.00 The Doctors 5.30 South Aussie with Cosi 1.00 TBA 6.00 Na onal News 2.00 The Offroad Adventure 7.00 60 Minutes 3.00 I Fish 8.00 David A enborough: The 3.30 RPM GP Hunt 4.00 Supercars 9.10 Movie: The Expendables 3 11.45 Major Crimes 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 12.40 Constan ne 6.00 Family Feud 1.35 Step Dave 6.30 The Great Australian Spelling 2.30 Anger Managment Bee 7.30 TBA

GEM 10.30 Movie: The Day The Earth Caught Fire 12.30 Getaway 1.00 Sunday Footy Show (NRL) 3.00 Sunday Football: St George v Wests Tigers (Live) 5.30 An ques Roadshow 6.00 Customs 6.30 TBA 9.00 Movie: Licence To Kill

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 Con nent 10.45 Mighty Ships 11.45 Best Houses Australia


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SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Miday Movie: Like Mother Like Daughter (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.00 Word’s Angriest 9.00 TBA 11.20 Car Crash TV 12.00 Packed to the Ra ers 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.00 The Briefcase 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 A ernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 20 To One 8.40 Love Child 9.40 TBA 10.40 Footy Classified 11.40 Community 12.10 The Brokenwood Mysteries 2.00 Danoz

7 MATE 4.30 Swamp People 5.00 American Restora on 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Talking Footy 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 10.00 Family Guy 11.00 American Dad 12.00 Talking Footy 1.00 Classic Car Rescue 2.00 American Pickers SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Jack Reed: Search For Jus ce (PG) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Christmas Make You Laugh Out Loud 8.30 Winners & Losers 9.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares 10.30 The Goldbergs

SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Unanswered Prayers (PG) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.30 Criminal Minds 10.30 Mo ve 11.30 Defiance 12.30 Last Chance Learners 1.30 The Body Specialists 2.00 Home Shopping

ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Fresh Off The Boat 8.30 Sleepy Hollow 9.30 Braindead 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 Movie: A.C’s Murder With Mirrors (PG) 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Na onal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Britain’s Got Talent 9.30 Movie: Legally Blonde 11.30 A To Z 12.00 20/20 1.00 Anger Management 1.30 Informercial

7 MATE 5.00 American Restora on 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.30 Outback Truckers 9.30 Ice Road Truckers 10.30 Speed Guy with Guy Mar n 11.30 Coun ng Cars 12.00 Eagle Vision

ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Four Corners 10.45 Media Watch 11.00 Outback ER 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Doc Mar n 1.50 An ques Roadshow 2.50 The Cook And The Chef 3.20 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.30 The Drum 6.00 An ques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Mar n Clunes: Man and Beast 9.30 Foreign Correspondent 10.00 The Book Club 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Business 11.20 Q&A

ONE HD 1.00 Matlock 2.00 Nash Bridges 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Super Rugby Extra Time 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 48 Hours 8.30 Movie: Domes c Disturbance (M) 11.00 The Americans

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 TBA 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 TBA 8.30 Offspring 9.30 Madam Secretary 10.30 Hawai Five-O 11.30 Win’s All Australian News 12.30 The Project - Encore 1.30 The Late Show

ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Futurama 8.30 The Simpsons 9.00 Bordertown 9.30 Bob’s Burgers 10.00 Duckman 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show

ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 Landline 11.00 Compass 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Grand Designs New Zealand 2.00 David A enborough’s Micro Monsters 2.50 Surfing The Menu 3.20 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC News Early 5.30 The Drum 6.00 An ques Roadshow 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.20 Media Watch 9.35 Q&A 10.40 Lateline 11.10 The Business 11.30 Golf: PGA TOUR Highlights

ONE HD 1.00 Matlock 2.00 Nash Bridges 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Undercover Boss 9.30 2016 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix 10.30 Wilfred

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 TBA 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 T.B.A 8.30 NCIS 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.00 The Project - Encore 12.00 Win’s All Australian News 1.00 The Late Show

ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The Grinder 8.30 Movie: Norbit 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show 12.00 Love Island

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 Britain’s Got Talent 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Na onal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 RBT 8.30 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 11.30 The Footy Show (NRL) 1.30 Infomerical 3.00 Global Shop 3.30 Good Morning America 5.00 Nine News Early

7 MATE 4.30 Swamp People 5.30 American Restora on 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Beverly Hills Pawn 8.30 Storage Wars 9.30 Baggage Ba les 10.00 Hardcore Pawn 12.00 The Neighbors

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 T.B.A 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 TBA 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 WIN News 6.30 The Project 7.30 T.B.A 8.40 Have You Been Paying A en on? 9.30 NCIS: New Orleans 10.30 The Project 11.30 Win’s All Australian News

SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 Tour de France Stage Replay 3.00 The Lakes With Rory McGrath 4.00 This is Brazil 5.00 Tour de France Highlights 6.00 Nigella Bites 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Predict My Future: The Science Of Us 8.30 Michael Mosley: E-Cigare es 9.30 The Island With Bear Grylls 10.25 SBS World News Late Edi on 11.00 Paris 12.35 Movie: Golden Gun 2.25 Clown - Casa Tua 2.55 Clown - Bye Bye Bodil 3.25 Coppers - Public Order 4.25 Food Lovers Guide To Australia

GO 5.00 Clarence 5.30 Teen Titans Go 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 Auc on Hunters 8.00 Top Gear 9.30 Movie: Star Trek : Nemisis 11.50 The NRL Rookie 1.00 Regular Show SBS ONE 6.30 World Watch 1.00 Desperatly Seeking Doctors 2.00 Sol3 Mio Down Under 2.30 Good Listening 3.30 Wild Amazon 4.00 PBS Newshour 5.00 Le ers And Numbers 6.00 Nigella Feasts 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Great Con nental Railway Journeys 8.30 Insight 9.30 Dateline 10.00 SBS World News: Late Edi on 10.30 Crimes of Passion 12.15 Movie: Wallander 2.05 The Dales With Ade Edmondson

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WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 TBA 2.30 Everyday Health 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 TBA 10.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.00 The Project 12.00 Win’s All Australian News 1.00 The Late Show 2.00 Global Shop

7 TWO 5.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Kingdom 8.30 Inspector Morse 10.30 The Border 11.30 Bargain Hunt 12.30 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 1.30 The Border

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 Britain’s Got Talent 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Na onal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 RBT 8.30 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 11.30 The Footy Show (NRL) 1.30 Infomerical 3.00 Global Shop 3.30 Good Morning America 5.00 Nine News Early

GEM 12.00 Movie: Mine Own Execu oner 2.10 Monarch Of The Glen 3.20 Poirot 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Miss Marple 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 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 TBA 2.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 TBA 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 WIN News 6.30 The Project 7.30 TBA 8.40 Have You Been Paying A en on? 9.30 NCIS: New Orleans 10.30 The Project 11.30 Win’s All Australian News

7 TWO 5.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Ci es of The Underworld 8.30 Prime Suspect 10.30 Air Crash Inves ga ons 11.30 Bargain Hunt 12.30 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 1.30 Air Crash Inves gators

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 Movie: A.C’s Murder With Mirrors (PG) 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 Na onal News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Britain’s Got Talent 9.30 Movie: Legally Blonde 11.30 A To Z 12.00 20/20 1.00 Anger Management 1.30 Informercial

GEM 12.00 Movie: Let’s Be Happy 2.10 David A enborough’s Life Story 3.20 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.00 Interna onal Champions Cup Australia Presented By Audi 9.30 Movie: Hard To Kill 11.30 Monatch of the Glen

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Unanswered Prayers (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.30 Criminal Minds 10.30 Mo ve 11.30 Defiance 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GO 4.30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 5.00 Clarence 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: Robocop (M) 10.50 Movie: Blown Away 1.00 Regular Show

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Na onal Morning News 12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show 1.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 2.00 The Briefcase 3.00 Na onal News Now 4.00 A ernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Na onal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 20 To One 8.40 Love Child 9.40 TBA 10.40 Footy Classified 11.40 Community 12.10 The Brokenwood Mysteries 2.00 Danoz

GEM 3.20 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 David A enborough’s Life Story 8.30 RBT 9.00 Interna onal Champions Cup 2016 11.00 Andrew Marr’s History Of The World 12.00 Spooks 1.00 Footy Classified

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 The Midday Movie Jack Reed: Search For Jus ce (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Christmas Make You Laugh Out Loud 8.30 Winners & Losers 9.30 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares 10.30 The Goldbergs

GO 4.30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 5.00 Clarence 5.30 Teen Titans Go 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 The NRL Rookie 8.30 Movie: The Last Castle 11.10 Ta oo Fixers 12.00 American Digger 12.30 Adventure Time

ABC 1 SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC 1.00 Desperately Seeking Doctors News Mornings 10.00 Q&A 11.15 2.00 Mozart In Prague One Plus One 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 12.30 Na onal Press Club 3.00 Insight 4.00 PBS Newshour Address 1.30 Mar n Clunes: Man 5.00 Dateline and Beast 2.20 An ques Roadshow 3.20 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.30 Le er and Numbers 5.00 ABC News: Early 5.30 The Drum 6.00 Nigella Feasts 6.30 SBS World News 6.00 An ques Roadshow 7.00 ABC 7.35 Flying Scotsman With News 7.30 7.30 8.00 QI 8.30 Shaun Robson Green Micallef’s MAD AS HELL 8.30 Roots 9.00 Catherine Tate’s Nan 10.15 SBS World News: Late 9.35 Adam Hills: The Last Leg Edi on 10.20 Lateline 10.50 War On Drugs 10.50 The Business 12.00 Movie: Amour 11.05 Four Corners 2.45 Movie: The Message 11.55 Media Watch 12.10 The Moaning Of Life: Happiness

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 A enborough’s Africa 9.30 Bear Grylls 10.30 Legends 11.30 Sons Of Anarchy 12.30 Home Shopping

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Miday Movie: Like Mother Like Daughter (M) 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.00 World’s Angriest 9.00 Monday Night Movie: The Bourne Ul matum 11.20 Car Crash TV 12.00 Packed to the Ra ers 1.00 Home Shopping

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Everyday Health 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 TBA 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday Health 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 TBA 8.30 Offspring 9.30 Madam Secretary 10.30 Hawai Five-O 11.30 Win’s All Australian News 12.30 The Project 1.30 The Late Show

7 TWO 5.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Doc Mar n 8.30 Lewis 10.30 How Britain Worked 11.30 Bargain Hunt 12.30 Dealers Put Your Money Where Your Mouth is 1.30 Harry’s Prac ce


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MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL

A GRADE

A GRADE

South Gambier 3.2 8.8 15.10 16.14 (110) West Gambier 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.3 (15) Goals - South: B. Kain 5; B. Saffin, S. Fleming 3; J. Weaver 2; B. O’Neil, B. Howard, D. Liston. West: G. Ha, R. Fox. Best - South: B. O’Neil, B. Exelby, B. Saffin, J. Tentye, H. Stevens, A. Bryant. West: J. Pfitzner, R. Fox, M. Hunter, T. Zeitz, L. Lean, L. Beckman. Casterton Sandford 3.1 11.2 16.5 19.8 (122) Millicent 2.3 2.3 3.5 6.8 (44) Goals - Casterton Sandford: D. Ryan, J. Stephenson 5; M. Oldfield, 4; R. Killey 2; D. Gray, J. Gibbs, M. Killey. Millicent: M. Thompson 2; N. Robbins, M. Reilly, H. Nitschke, S. Willis. Best - Casterton Sandford: T. Nesbitt, M. Oldfield, J. Fry, J. Stephenson, A. Cleary, B. Galpin. Millicent: H. Nitschke, N. Robbins, S. Duldig, H. Reilly, J. Pratt, W. Fleming. North Gambier 3.3 7.4 9.6 11.7 (73) East Gambier 0.1 4.3 5.5 6.5 (41) Goals - North: N. Moretti 4; D. Carmody 3; J. Jenner 2; B. Egan, S. Stafford. East: T. Lockwood, F. Howard 2; B. Pitts, M. Scanlon. Best - North: T. McInerney, B. Close, N. Egan, N. Blachut, B. Stafford, C. Buckley. East: G. Janeway, J. Eldridge, J. McKeon, G. Cooper, D. Howard, M. White.

B GRADE South Gambier 13.8 (86) d West Gambier 2.2 (14) Casterton Sandford 13.7 (85) d Millicent 2.2 (14) North Gambier 17.9 (111) d East Gambier 5.3 (33)

UNDER 17.5 West Gambier 8.9 (57) d South Gambier 6.1 (37) Casterton Sandford 12.12 (84) d Millicent 2.2 914) North Gambier 13.7 (85) d East Gambier 5.3 (33)

UNDER 15 South Gambier 7.7 (49) d West Gambier 6.6 (42) Millicent 13.8 (86) d Casterton Sandford 2.1 (13) North gambier 6.2 (38) d East Gambier 4.8 (32)

UNDER 13 South Gambier 12.9 (81) d West Gambier 1.0 (6) North Gambier 9.5 (59) d East Gambier 1.1 (7)

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE South Gambier 51 (M. Markiewicz, J. Adams) d West Gambier 47 (M. Teakle, T. Earl); East Gambier 62 (S. Lock, T. Gray) d North Gambier 48 (C. Davey, A. O’Shaughnessy); Millicent 86 (N. Allen, A. Bryant) d Casterton Sandford 35 (J. Murphy, T. Guthrie).

A RESERVE South Gambier 50 (L. Bruggemann, N. Bouchier) d West Gambier 37 (S. Dyson, T. Ferguson); North Gambier 56 (E. Beames, K. Bilney) d East Gambier 48 (S. Smith, C. Horrigan); Casterton Sandford 55 (J. McDonald, T. Cleary) d Millicent 34 (I. Turner, S. Bowman).

B GRADE South Gambier 56 (M. Harvey, L. Copping) d West Gambier 38 (N. McPherson, T. Milich); North Gambier 56 (A. Pietsch, L. Kamphius) d East Gambier 42 (B. Davis, L. Pratt); Casterton Sandford 67 (P. Cameron, A. McDonald) d Millicent 46 (P. Haines, K. Crowe).

C GRADE South Gambier 36 (J. O’Neil, C. Riley) d West Gambier 32; North Gambier 62 (B. Willoughby, S. Nieuwenhuizen) d East Gambier 47 (E. Thompson, G. Quick); Casterton Sandford 48 (S. Smith, A. Humphries) d Millicnt 35 (V. Capurso, K. Werchon).

17 & UNDER South Gambier 46 (J. Adams, F. Clayton) d West Gambier 19 (T. McIntyre, A. Widdison); East Gambier 66 (A. Geraghty, T. Gray) d North Gambier 34 (E. Gould, M. Watson); Millicent 62 (K. Lynch, M. Turner) d Casterton Sandford 27 (E. Humphries, M. Barden).

15 & UNDER A West Gambier 47 (A. Egan, T. Pearson) d South Gambier 21 (E. Galluccio, M. Winterfield); North Gambier 43 (T. Wilson-Smith), S. Ellis) d East Gambier 17 (T. Bosko, G. Hunt); Millicent 64 (N. Allen, I. Truner) d Casterton Sandford 25 (M. Rice, D., Mutch).

15 & UNDER B North Gambier 38 (E. Willoughby, S. Nulty) d East Gambier 31 (N. Smith, E. Jones); Millicent 56 (C. Turner, K. Taylor) d Casterton Sandford 14 (C. Berkefeld, M. Craig)

13 & UNDER A West Gambier 26 d South Gambier 22; East Gambier 41 (J. Hutchesson, J. Freeman) d North Gambier 37 (C. Bruhn, E. Willoughby); Millicent 57 (H. Nitschke, P. Nitschke) d Casterton Sandford 17 (C. Rice, T. McLean)

Hatherleigh 9.4 12.9 14.11 15.14 (104) Glencoe 2.1 4.3 9.4 11.6 (72) Goals - Hatherleigh: T. Merrett 3; J. Bateman, J. Wight, J. Telfer 2; S. Waring, B. Leopold, J. Sullivan, Z. Jones, H. Smith, C. Buckley. Glencoe: A. Hentschke 5; A. Creek, M. McRae 2; B. Mitchell, Z Cocks. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Bateman, T. merrett, J. Faulkner, S. Waring, J. Telfer, C. Slape. Glencoe: Z. Cocks, N. Martin, E. Trupp, S. Giersch. P. Mitchell, B. Swan. Port MacDonnell 5.0 12.3 18.4 22.9 (141) Kongorong 4.3 4.4 6.6 7.7 (49) Goals - Pt Mac: D. McElroy 6; N. Wilke, K. McClean 3; L. MvIntyre, Z. Williams, W. MacDonald 2; M. Lewis, M. Roscow, J. Bromley, B. Creek. Kongorong: A. Harding, J. Wright 2; R. Franchetto, M. Waters, J. Mullan. Best - Pt Mac: D. McElroy, Z. Williams, M. Roscow, W. MacDonald, S. Enderl, E. Fox. Kongorong: J. Phillips. R. Hein, N. Ham, W. Milne. Tantanoola 2.2 4.6 9.11 21.15 (141) Robe 3.1 5.2 6.5 8.8 (56) Goals - Tantanoola: H. Brown 4; J. Gregory 3; C. Saint, B. Lane, C. Hamilton, D. Tincknell 2; T. Holmes, A. Gregory, C. Williams, C. Williams, R. Osborne, J. McRostie.Robe: J. Wehl, Z. Deane 2; T. Rechner, J. Sneath, J. Agnew, J. Dawson, Best - Tantanoola: T. Holmes, H. Brown, C. Hamilton, L. Smith, Z. Walker. Robe: J. Agnew, H,. Kurray, J. Pettit, J, Wehl, R. Dickinson, J. Dawson, Mt Burr 3.2 4.3 8.7 12.8 (80) Kalangadoo 3.2 4.12 7.15 9.19 (73) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Dowdy, D. Bowering, T. Renzi, D. Ridley 2; P. Guyett, M. Gordon, C. Gallio, A. Anderson. Kalangadoo: J. casey 4; M. Fatchen, M. Berkefeld, B. Mules, T. Williams, L. Jones. Best - Mt Burr: J. Wallis, D. Ridley, C. Gallio, Z. Watson, J. Fiebig, P. Guyett. Kalangadoo: J. Bannister, J. Pratt, J. Hunter, T. Williams, L. Jones, D. Jeffree.

B GRADE Glencoe 21.10 (136) d hatherleigh 4.4 (28) Port MacDonnell 15.8 (98) d Kongorong 3.2 920) Tantanoola 28.20 (188) d Robe 0.2 (2) Kalangdoo 18.9 (117) d Mt Burr 4.7 (31)

SENIOR COLTS Hatherleigh 13.8 (86) d Glencoe 3.7 (25) Port MacDonnell 21.18 (144) d Kongorong 3.1 (19) Robe 12.12 (84) d Tantnaoola 8.3 (51) Kalangadoo 13.8 (86) d Mt Burr 7.2 (44)

JUNIOR COLTS Hatherleigh 5.6 (36) d Glencoe 0.0 (0) Kongorong 11.6 (72) d Port MacDonnell 0.1 (1) Robe 5.2 (32) d Tantanoola 4.3 (27) Kalangadoo 4.6 (30) d Mt Burr 2.8 (20)

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL

NORTH GAMBIER LOCKS IN IMBI FOR 2017 North Gambier Football Club has extended the tenure of first year senior coach Winis Imbi, with a contract extension until at least the end of next season. Looking to emulate the stability of the Justin McConnell years and the success that came with that for the club, the club considers the signing a major coup, with Winis experience and knowledge of the game seeing the Tigers well and truly focused on capturing a fourth premiership in five seasons. Club officials met with Imbi during the week and in an open and honest meeting both parties reviewed the year to date and looked at the future in terms of continuing the development and professionalism of the club.. In announcing the re-signing to the playing group and officials last Thursday night Tigers president Tony Kelly said Imbi and his family had committed to the club beyond 2016. This now allows us to concentrate on this year and shoring up our list for the future,”Kelly said. “Winis is passionate about our Club and what it stands for and wants to shape the future of our list and achieve future goals.” Since taking on the role as senior coach at North, Imbi has instigated a new brand of football that sees the club heading into the finals series with renewed vigor after falling agonisingly short to South Gambier in last year’s éxtra time grand final. Imbi came to North as a highly credentialed coach and a familiar face to long standing Western Border Football League fans. He coached Portland Football Club, when it was still part of the Western Border Football League, to the 2008 Premiership and took the club into the next two finals series. A decorated player, Imbi won the Reserves best & fairest at Essendon Football Club and played Reserves football at North Melbourne. He was coached by AFL premiership coach Mark Thompson at both clubs. “Winis is an excellent communicator to all audiences and is seen as a motivator around North,” Kelly said. “As a secondary school teacher at Heywood High School Winis brings his presentation skills into the football club. This appointment also allows Winis and the Club to look at the playing list and look at what positions we need to fill in 2017.” This year due to a number of injuries to senior players Imbi has blooded a number of prooising juniors. “The future of North Gambier and the WBFL is in the youngsters and the sooner young players taste senior football the sooner they can mature as long term senior footballers,”Imbi said. We are genuinely excited about the crop of juniors coming through at the moment and the next two to ten years should prove to be both fruitful and exciting. Obviously our priority is achieving success in 2016 and the rest will fall into line.”

A GRADE Hatherleigh 69 (H. Hamilton. C. Mesecke) d Glencoe 47; Port MacDonnell 72 (T. Gilmore, L. Fyfe) d Kongorong 40 (S. Loughhead, A. Anderson); Kalangadoo 70 (J. Peacock, J. Opie) d Mt Burr 38 (H. Clark, L. Schultz)

A RESERVE Hatherleigh 51 (E. Nettle, S. Haines) d Glencoe 45; Port MacDonnell 74 (M. Moore, A. Earl) d Kongorong 48; Kalangadoo 59 (C. Blackmore, A. Paterson) d Mt Burr 21 (H. Clark, H. Eldridge)

B GRADE Glencoe 51 d Hatherleigh 28 (C. Futcher, A. Hamilton); Port MacDonnell 60 (B. Williams, J. Trench) d Kongorong 34; Kalangadoo 57 (S. Dixon, R. May) d Mt Burr 19 (T. Paul, C. Johnson)

B RESERVE Glencoe 40 d Hatherleigh 19 (E. Machin, A. Haines); Port MacDonnell 46 (T. Jacob, R. McGregor) d Kongorong 42; Kalangadoo 48 (M. Bowden, E. Mulraney) d Mt Burr 19 (M. Thompson, J. Hobbs)

17 & UNDER Glencoe 50 d Hatherleigh 49 (G. Chant, M. Ray); Kongorong 49 (W. Emery-Atuhahi-Jennings, T. Evans) d Port MacDonnell 39 (H. Isaacson, N. Facey); Kalangadoo 68 (I. Giddings, J. Croser) d Mt Burr 30 (C. Corman, M. Potter).

15 & UNDER Glencoe 44 d Hatherleigh 36 (Z. Widdison, L. Chant); Kongorong 44 (W. Jennings, S. Modra) d Port MacDonnell 43 (K. Smith, N. Fensom); Kalangadoo 41 (J. Ryan, C. Croser) d Mt Burr 35 (A. Ballantyne, A. Fox)

13 & UNDER Hatherleigh 57 (A. Hartland, J. Skeer) d Glencoe 9; Kongorong 31 (E. Sutherland) d Port MacDonnell 29 (H. Collins, R. Spehr); Mt Burr 49 (L. Baker, H. Vanderhorst) d Kalangadoo 25 (S. Varcoe, E. Mulraney)

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South Gambier 36 (M. Reid, S. Adams) d West Gambier 16 (Z. Booth, C. Duryea); East Gambier 48 (A. Bosko, R. Perryman) d North Gambier 8 (S. Mobbs, M. Versace); Millicent 31 (C. Pratt, D. Tunkin) d Casterton Sandford 16 (E. Jarrad, G. McPeake)

Left (from top) - Jack Capewell palms the ball straight down the throat of Brad Bryant and Liam Denton breaks away from Ricky Lindner during second half action at Blue Lake Sports Park. Above - South’s Ellie Bouchier looks to pass around the hands pressure from Jemma Jarnevic during 11 & Under action at the weekend.

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Local Sport CHAPMAN REACHES 350 AS A TIGER

Matthew Chapman is a study in the rewards hard work and persistence can bring. On Saturday, the popular Tiger played his 350th game for the North Gambier Football Club, and while he was honoured by his team mates and club and he celebrated the rare feat, game 297 would still sit as his most enduring memory. It was the day, after four losing grand finals, that Chapman and fellow heartbreak quartet members, Scott Flett, David Nulty and Jamie O’Neil, were finally on the right side of a grand final scoreboard when North Gambier brought home the elusive silverware in 2012. The day after that famous victory, Chapman. Although three games shy of the 300 game mark, looked set to go out on the best possible high. “This has been a lifelong dream,” Chapman said, back in 2012. “And one’s enough - it’s been a long journey but this is unbelievable and I don’t know how to describe it.” Tempted to hang up the boots, Chapman eventually decided to return to the filed in 2013 and as a 350 game tally suggests, he has been playing ever since, being an integral part of the ensuing reserves premiership dynasty. When you ask team mates and opponents alike, the same words are used to describe Chapman – courageous, committed and the consummate team player. Matthew Chapman’s name might not appear on club honour boards for individual accolade, but if you ask anyone who has coached him or played alongside him, he is always one of the first picked, the player you want on your side when things get tough and when the whips are cracking. Happy to be a role player and always a leader, even without the official leadership tltles, Chapman celebrated his 350th game with a victory, jagging five goals along the way. “Club president Tony Kelly was quick to highlight Chapman’s fierce commitment, relentless effort, uncompromising approach, team first demeanour and discipline in all areas of his game. “The way he plays is inspiring to his team and club,” Kelly said. “Not only does he shape the way his teammates play with his voice, attack on the ball and opponent, training intensity, weekly preparation, positive and caring attitude, underpinned by an unequivocal pride in his own performance. He will leave this legacy well beyond his own playing days. Loved by peers, respected by his opposition and admired by his club he epitomises everything good about North Gambier.” Above (top row) - Matthew Chapman runs out onto the ground with his sons & then chaired off the ground by team mates Michael Silvy & Garth Willoughbvy. Right (top) - Matthew Chapman in action during his milestone match. Right - Matthew with premiership team mates David Nulty, Scott Flett & Jamie O’Neil after the 2012 douight breaking premiership. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KELVIN RUGE

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A GRADE

A GRADE

Kaniva Leeor 2.2 8.6 13.8 15.13 (103) Kingston 4.6 6.8 10.9 11.14 (80) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murhpy 6; V. Thach 3; J. Salt 2; B. Clark, H. Bennett, C. Larocca, A. Brown. Kingston: B. Kilsby, B. Warner 2; G. Grant, J. Austin, B. Smith, R. Werchiwski, S. Rebertson, H. Labastida, R. Clarke. Best - Kaniva Leeor: H. Bennett, J. Salt, A. Brown, T. Stribling, B. King, J. Jarred. Kingston: M. Harrison, R. Clarke, J. Austin, T, Baker, B. Smith, T. Baker. Lucindale 3.4 4.9 9.10 11.14 (80) Mundulla 2.0 4.1 8.5 11.7 (73) Goals - Lucindale: S. mardling 5; S. Graetz 2; L. Kelsh, P. Baker, T. Menz, T. Mackenzie. Mundulla: L. Wiese 3; J. Hinge, D. Mosey 2; J. Grosser, B. Packer, R. Williams, S. Luckett. Best - Lucindale: T. Logan, J. Boschen, N. Clarke, D. Ogilvie, M. Kelsh, D. McCarthy. Mundulla: B. Mehaffey, H. Thorpe, D. Mosey, S. Luckett, M. Schilling, L. Duell. Penola 2.1 5.5 10.6 12.11 (83) Bordertown 4.2 6.2 6.3 8.6 (54) Goals - Penola: B. Foster 4; D. Williams, M. Willson 2; S. Jackman, J. Pfitzner, B. Lindner, L. Walker. Bordertown: L. Eats 4; G. Robinson 2; B. Shinnick, H. Fromm. Best - Penola: L. Walker, M. Willson, R. Richardson, B. Foster, A. Moore, J. Pfitzner. Bordertown: H. Calfwell, J. Searle, B. Shuttleworth, B. Paech, L. Eats, J. Jarrett. Kybybolite 4.4 12.9 15.13 21.15 (141) Padthaway 3.0 5.0 9.0 10.4 (64) Goals - Kybybolite: C. McPherson 7; T. Cooper, S. Carberry, S. Munn 3; S. Craig 2; D. Arnold, S. Shepherd, N. Stark. padthaway: C. Marshall, M. Loft 3; S. Welsh 2; J. Hazel, B. Leahy. Best - Kybybolite: C. McPherson, D. Warren, S. Munn, T. Cooper, B. Munn, J. Bittner. Padthaway: C. Marshall, M. Hoffman, A. Longbottom, D. Marks. K. Hicks, J. Deipiaz. Keith 2.3 8.7 12.8 22.13 (145) Border Districts 3.0 4.3 6.8 8.12 (60) Goals - Keith: L. Wilhelm 5; S. Schreiber, P. Makin, A. Bruns 3; G. Johnson, A. Dunstan 2; B. Farmer, P. Capurso, H. Wilhelm, S. Johnson. Border Districts: T. Underwood, C. Sandercock 2; B. Keast, D. Guttilla, J. Watson, C. Robinson. Best - Keith: P. Makin, P. Capurso, L. Wilhelm, J. Wilson, S. Molineux, N. Hunt Vorder Districts: J. Watson, D. Papzoglov, N. Tarca, T. Underwood, J. Shepherd, B. Nolan.

Keith 55 (R. Sparrow, E. Gilbert) d Border Districts 34 (L. Kramm, J. Derrington); Bordertown 62 d Peola 49; Kingston 65 d Kaniva Leeor 56; Mundulla 54 (P. Marra, J. Wiese) d Lucindale 47 (S. Logan, K. Justin); Padthaway 47 (C. Cox, C. Fabris) d Kybyboloite 38 (D. Lawrie, G. Maggi).

B GRADE

Keith 23 d Border Diostricts 3; Kybybolite 20 (H. Carberry) d Padthaway 0 (E. Fretwell, M. Redding).

Kingston 25.9 (159) d Kaniva Leeor 3.5 (23) Mundulla 13.10 (88) d Lucindale 9.1 (55) Keith 17.10 (112) d Border Districts 13.5 (83) Bordertown 10.8 (68) d Penola 4.8 (32) Kybybolite 16.24(120) d Padthaway 1.1 (7)

SENIOR COLTS Lucindale/Padthaway 10.12 (72) d Kybybolite 3.5 (23) Kingston 6.15 (51) d Kaniva Leeor 6.6 (42) Keith 8.8 (56) d Mundulla 6.4 (40) Bordertown 13.1 5 (93) d Penola 0.0 (0)

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Kingston 10.6 (66) d Kaniva Leeor 1.0 (6) Padthaway/Lucindale 10.10 (70) d Mundulla 1.2 (8) Penola 6.5 (41) d Bordertown 0.0 (0) Keith 6.6 (42) d Border Districts 1.2 (8)

MANEY MILESTONE Penola Football Club favourite Brad Maney played his 100th game for the Penola Football Club at the weekend after starting his career back in 2002, with Philip Gartner as his coach. Known for wearing the long sleeved jumper in his early yearsw, Maney (pictured left) has plenty of junior accolades in the trophy cabinet, including KNTFL senior colts runner-up best & fairest in 2004. He has also represented the KNTFL at interleague level. He headed to Naracoorte in 2008 but did not even last one A Grade game before being stretchered off. Brad returned to the Eagles and served as a committee member for many years and also a junior coach. Maney then headed to Adelaide to study to become a primary school teacher but has since returned with his better half Monique and their daughter Zoe. He was part of Penola’s reserves premiership team last season and has become a permanent fixture in the A Grade side this season. lifestyle1.net | 41

A RESERVE Keith 55 (B. Clark, S. Smith) d Border Districts 28 (D. Walker, M. Jordan); Bordertown 44 d Penola 34; Kaniva Leeor 48 d Kingston 37; Lucindale 53 (M. Gear, N. Wilkin) d Mundulla 40 (K. Hinge, K. Scown); Kybyboloite 47 (T. Crane, H. Walter) d Padthaway 41 (P. Moyle-Read, E. Longbottom).

B GRADE

Border Districts 45 (M. Larder, B. Sambell) d Keith 36 (D. Jones, T. Rehn); Penola 85 d Bordertown 42; Kaniva Leeor 51 d Kingston 39; Mundulla 38 (K. Hinge, A. Pickering) d Lucindale 35 (M. Dupree, S. Cooper); Kybybolite 57 (A. Marshall, C. Power) d Padthaway 28 (M. Maynad, M. Dickenson)

C GRADE Keith 53 d Border Districts 27; Penola 59 d Bordertown 32; Kaniva Leeor 26 d Kingston 23; Mundulla 51 (N. Horne, T. Grosser) d Lucindale 19 (L. Smith, T. Dupree); Padthaway 55 (M. Moyle-Read, S. Stevens) d Kybybolite 52 (H. Williams, L. James).

17 & UNDER Border Districts 47 (M. Gabbe, J. Tucker) d Keith 26 (A. Crafter, C. Nicolai); Penola 61 d Bordertown 24.

15 & UNDER A Keith 49 (E. Simpson, J. Rowsell) d Border Districts 30 (E. Rintoule, A. Michelmore); Bordertown 48 d Penola 24; Kaniva Leeor 35 d Kingston 31; Mundulla 62 (A. Nairn, A. Dimitriadis) d Lucindale 20 (C. Smith, G. Snodgrass).

15 & UNDER B Keith 20 d Border Districts 0; Penola 22 d Bordertown 19.

13 & UNDER A Keith 36 (M. Makin, R. O’Neil) d Border Distreicts 25 (L. Assen, C. Hawkins); Penola 49 d Bordertown 36; Kaniva Leeor 37 d Kingston 28; Lucindale 39 (E. Gould, E. Jones) d Mundulla 19 (A. Hinge, M. Lehmann); Padthaway 42 (P. Moyle-Read, M. Bryson) d Kybybolite 22 (L. Sambell, H. Sambell).

13 & UNDER B

INDOOR BOWLS - PENNANT RESULTS Mount Gambier Community RSL Pennants - Round 12 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 56 d Saints 47, Glenburnie 62 d Glencoe 42, Commercial Club Gold 71 d Mil Lel 37, RSL & District Gold - Bye Malseed Shield Moorak Blue 52 d Kongorong 51, Blue Lake Bowlers White 68 d Moorak Red 59, Yahl 77 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 37. Premiership points after Round 12 Kilsby Shield RSL & District Gold 20 points, 133.81%; Post-Tel 19, 140.55; Commercial Club Gold 16, 121.80; Glenburnie 16, 116.08; Saints 14, 112.74; Mil Lel 6, 65.88, Glencoe 5, 66.28. Malseed Shield Kongorong 19, 126.06; Blue Lake Bowlers White15, 9.10; Moorak Blue 11, 8.68; Yahl 10, 10.18, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 9, 91.37; Moorak Red 8, 94.12.

HAMPDEN FNL - A GRADE FOOTBALL North Warrnambool 22.11 (143) d Portland 9.4 (58) Terang Mortlake 15.11 (101) d Hamilton Kangaroos 9.7 (61) NETBALL Terang Mortlake 54 d Hamilton Kangaroos 37 (J. Bowie, A. Cottrill, E. Kermeen); North Warrnambool 43 d Portland 38 (T. Falconer, R. Grant, K. Jennings)

SWDFL - A GRADE Heywood 17.12 (114) d Westerns 9.7 (61) Cavendish 14.8 (92) d Coleraine 8.12 (60) Dartmoor 12.8 (80) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 7.7 (49) Tyrendarra 32.22 (214) d Heathmere 5.2 (32)


Local Sport SUPERCATS DOMINATE SECOND HALF TO DOWN PIONEERS AT HOME

The Geelong Supercats have kept their chances of a top two finish in the SEABL South Conference with a hard fought 11 point victory on the road against the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers. The Pioneers had control in the opening half but the visitors dominated the second half and the 55-34 second half scoreline reflected that dominance. The Supercats were able to block out the parochial home crowd in the final quarter and they never allowed the home side to hit the front in the final quarter and now sit only one win shy of the second placed Pioneers in the home

stretch to the play-offs. The game opened well for the Pioneers with the opening stanza all about Erik Burdon, who lit up the Icehouse with a three point shooting masterclass that saw him bag 11 points in total on his way to 17. The Pioneers led by seven points at the first change and Desmond Simmons started the second stanza strongly with some important points and when Brad Rathjen hit a sweet two with eight and a half to play the Pioneers had established a double figure lead. It was also a big quarter for Tyrone Lee who picked up six points, a couple of

steals and an assist as he looked to stymie any Supercats challenge. Tom Daly also picked up a steal and hit some clutch points to ensure the Pioneers were still in control at the main break with a 10 point lead. When Burdon nailed a three point play by converting a bonus free throw after being fouled, the Pioneers lead was eight but the Supercats then went on a 22-6 scoring spree before a couple of late baskets to Simmons and Brad Hill saw the deficit reduced to two points by the final change. The Pioneers got as close as one point in the final quarter but never hit the front

as the Pioneers had no answer to the Supercats refused to give up the lead. And every time the Pioneers looked like making a move, Nathan Herbert answered the challenge with a three pointer, hitting four for the match, including two late in the final quarter, on his way to 24 points. Demarcus Gatlin was also a headache all night for the Pioneers, bagging a game high 37 points. The Pioneers will look to rebound from the loss strongly this Friday night when they host fifth ranked South Conference rival Sandringham at the Icehouse before heading to Melbourne

to take on bottom ranked Frankston on Sunday. Above (from left) - Desmond Simmons works well in the paint for an easy two; Brad Hill at his athletic best as he lookED to soar above the Supercats defence; Brad Rathjen lookED to use his pace to get the ball down court; Tom Daly in action & Erik Burdon had a stunning opening term, working his magic from three point territory. PHOTOS COURTESY OF GAVIN MALE.

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