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COVER - UFS CHEMIST MOUNT GAMBIER • SERVING THE LOCAL COMMUNITY FOR 100 YEARS Gambier Community Event, Boandik Lodge and ac.care. Their pharmacists, Barbara, Prue, Dale and Heather are available to answer your questions and provide advice to help you understand more about your medicine and heath concerns. They provide in-store Medschecks, Home Medication Reviews (with a referral from your GP) or brief consultations, as well as administering flu vaccinations. UFS pharmacists have lived and worked in the Mount Gambier region for more than two decades, ensuring great continuity of service, enabling them to build up a comprehensive history of their clients and a good rapport with each and every person who uses the UFS dispensary for their medication needs. In recent weeks UFS Chemist has undergone a few structural changes in an attempt to ensure one of the pharmacists will always be readily available to assist you with any queries you may have regarding your medication or general health. They consider this patient-pharmacist interaction to be paramount in ensuring customers gain the upmost benefit from their visit to UFS Chemist and find effective solutions to their healthcare problems. The pharmacists strongly believe that a pharmacy should be a health destination where you are guaranteed friendly customer service and professional advice from a pharmacist when needed, and as such are committed to delivering such services to their local community.

UFS Chemist, Mount Gambier is a not-for-profit Friendly Society community pharmacy, celebrating 100 years providing quality and affordable medications to Mount Gambier and surrounding districts. Early in 1916 the Friendly Societies in Mount Gambier received notice from the chemists that the charges for medicines would be considerably increased (up to 169%) because of the big rise in the cost of drugs as a result of World War I. The Lodges of the time considered the proposed increases for medicine too high and decided that the establishment of their own dispensary would be an advantage to members of the societies. The UFS Dispensary was opened in October 1916 and operated by the Friendly Societies on a not-for-profit principle. For the payment of an annual membership contribution, members obtain discounts on their pharmacy purchases (other than PBS items) . Friendly Society pharmacies are the longest, continuous operators of pharmacies in Australia and UFS Chemist still runs today in accordance with the original principle developed 100 years ago. UFS Chemist supports the local community providing annual scholarships to four secondary schools, the Mount Gambier Private Hospital Tertiary Fund, sponsorships for a number of local sporting clubs (including football, soccer, basketball and swimming clubs) and community groups, including Women in Business & Regional Development, Mount Padthaway

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UFS Chemist continues to embrace the changes that are constantly occurring within the pharmacy industry in order to be at the forefront of mutli-disciplinary healthcare within both the local and wider community. Sally Lord has recently joined the team at UFS Chemist and as a registered nurse, has 40 years experience in the healthcare industry. Sally specialises in compression stocking fittings and wound care management and is available for blood pressure, blood glucose and anaemia testing as well as assisting in Activities of Daily Living such as continence, mobility and equipment. Other specialist services provided at UFS Chemist include Sleep Apnoea consultations with Kirrily Mullan who can provide you with home-base sleep studies, CPAP machine set-ups, mask fits and CPAP consumables for Phillips Respironics, Fisher and Paykel and Resmed machines. Kirrily also specialises in NDSS services and can assist with blood glucometer setups and any issues, as well as helping you select the appropriate diabetic needles, test strips, pumps etc. in accordance with your individual insulin requirements. In line with its commitment to ongoing sponsorship of local sporting clubs within the region, UFS Chemist offers an extensive range of sporting tapes and braces which Donna Hastings can assist you with. UFS Chemist also offers free Webster Packs to all customers who may be having difficulty managing their medications or who simply prefer the

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convenience of having their medications packed for them each week. Beauty services including waxing, tanning, special occasion makeup and facials are also available through appointment with Bec Coutts or Sophie Kain in the ‘Beauty Express’ room at UFS Chemist. UFS Chemist offers joint UFS/National Pharmacies membership. Membership entitles you to special in-store deals and discounts at UFS Chemist, Mount Gambier and National Pharmacies outlets throughout Australia. Call in and see our staff about becoming a member of UFS Chemist, Mount Gambier, a not-for profit Friendly Society pharmacy. UFS Chemist is

proud to be one of the few locally run pharmacies remaining in the region today. Your membership will help us to continue to invest back into our local community for what will hopefully be another century of dedicated service.

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OPEN GARDENS Gardens from across the South East will feature prominently in the upcoming 2016 Spring calendar for Open Gardens SA. At least seven of the region’s most spectacular gardens from Mount Gambier to Bordertown are expected to open during October and November, and all will help raise funds for various community charities. Three gardens from the Bordertown region will open on the same weekend in October with organisers encouraging visitors from across the region to enjoy a day trip or weekend away while taking a look behind local garden gates. Open Gardens SA is a not for profit organisation which helps allows people to visit some of South Australia’s most exquisite private gardens to the general public. Each garden charges a

small gate fee of $8, with half going back to the garden owners and half to a raft of different charities. Many charities benefit from the program with garden owners often involving volunteers on the gate, plant stalls and morning teas. Last year South Australian garden owners donated more than $60,000 back to charities, with more than 20,000 people visiting open gardens last season. The wider community are encouraged to support the openings and share in the pleasure and knowledge of gardening within their home town regions. The Open Gardens SA Spring Program starts officially in SA on September 3 with gardens opening at Marina and Rhynie. For more information on each garden opening please go to www.opengardensa.org.au

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MILLICENT BUSINESS NIGHT OF NIGHTS Millicent Business Community Association 2016 Business Awards Held August 13, 2016 2. 4.

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9. 1. Jamie Muhovics & Scott Lonergan with Dennis Muohvics (cente) accepting the Hall of Fame accolade for Lonergan & Muhovics, sponsored by the Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi. 2. Brianna Scanlon (centre) accepts the Best Retail Business Award for Enchanted Beauty by Brianna from Millicent Business Community Association president Marg Chapple & sponsor representative 5THE FM’s Sheryl Lowe. 3. Rebekah Lowe & Sheryle Lowe accept the Community Spirit Award, on behalf of 5THE FM, sponsored by Brian Foster. 4. Tourism & Hospitality Business Award went to the Hillview Caravan Park. Allan Withers (left) accepted the award from SE Times & The Border Watch editor Jason Wallace. 5. Dennis Muhovics (left) accepts the Construction, Trades & Manufacturing Business Award from sponsor representative Jason Wallace (SE Times). 6. Zoe Kinley, from ZKEquestrian, accepted the Agriluture, Horticulture & Viticulture Award. 7. Fosters Foodland won the Retail Business Award, it was accepted by Kathy & Brian Foster with Carly Shepherd (centre). 8. Employee of the Year, Sam Wyatt, (centre) took home the Employee of the Year. Sam works for Millicent Taxis and is pictured with his partner and the MBCA president Margaret Chapple (left). 9. Young Employee of the Year Carly Shepherd (centre), from Fosters Foodland, accepts her award from MCBA president Margaret Chapple and sponsor representative Rosie Pounsett (Rotary Club of Millicent president) MORE DETAILS PAGE 8 lifestyle1.net | 06


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MILLICENT BUSINESS NIGHT OF NIGHTS FROM PAGE 6 More than three decades of serving the Millicent community has been honoured at the Millicent Business Community Awards with family owned and operated business Lonergan and Muhovics Electrical and Pumps being inducted into the association’s Hall of Fame. Brothers-in-law Terry Lonergan and Dennis Muhovics have been running the industrial, rural and domestic electrical business for almost 35 years, branching out in recent years to supply and install ducted and reverse cycle air conditioning. Specialising in pump installation and maintenance and all things solar, the Hall of fame honour was recognition of the role Lonergan and Muhovics has played in the local business community, as well as the community at large. Employing 40 staff over its 34 year history, and training up 18 apprentices over the same journey, Lonergan and Muhovics currently employs 10 staff and maintains its commitment to the community through sponsorship and other support for local community and sporting organisations. Dennis has been involved on school and aged care boards and is arguably best known for his eight year stint as the Mid South East Football League president, where he is a life member thanks to almost 30 years on involvement. He is also currently a Wattle Range councillor. Terry has a long standing history of involvement with the cricket, football,

bowls and basketball in the Millicent area. “The community is our business and without them we have no business, so we give back because they have supported us,” said Dennis in a recent interview on 5THE FM. He accepted the award in Terry’s absence. Lonergan and Muhovics also took home the Construction, Trades & Manufacturing Business Award. The other big gong of the night was the Community Spirit Award and that went the way of local radio station 5THE FM. Operating for 23 years and under the guidance of Sheryl and Rebekah Lowe for the past 14 years, the station has taken the “community” aspect of its charter to a whole new level, while also totally transforming the station itself and upgrading the equipment and technology to allow the station to be the best it can be. Rebekah is the face and voice of the station, while Sheryl takes care of the day to day management and it is a partnership that has seen the station become a vital community asset. Newbery Park Primary has formed a wonderful alliance with the station, incorporating a 16 week program into their curriculum with Year 6 & & students learning to produce a radio program which was broadcast live from the mobile studio at the school. 5THEFM has also been at the forefront of many community fundraising efforts. The professional, friendly approach Carly Shepherd shows at work every day earned the Foster’s Foodland employee

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THE COLOUR OF LIFE MUJALIN DAWSON the Young Employee of the Year award, the Employee of the Year went the way of Millicent Taxis’ Sam Wyatt. Working with young disabled clients, Sam even volunteered at Gordon Education Centre so he could better understand the needs of his special needs passengers. The Agriculture, Horticulture & Viticulture Award went to ZKEquestrian and owner Zoe Kinley, who offers training across all areas of equestrian pursiuts, while the Hospitality and Tourism Award went to Allan Withers and the team at Hillview Caravan Park. The friendly and accommodating staff, and the attention to detail in the upkeep and cleanliness of the park saw Hillview stand out from the

crowd. The Retail Award went the way of Foster’s Foodland, an iconic Millicent business, which continues to raise the bar on service and also is a long standing supporter of many community organisations and projects. Brianna Scanlon, from Enchanted Beauty, took out the Service Award, with her superior professionalism and personal approach to each client standing out to the judges. PHOTO COURTESY OF STEVE CHAPPLE

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WANTED GRAZING LAND WITH NO IMPROVEMENTS 3 BEDROOM HOME on town outskirts with 3 phase power CROPPING BLOCK in Tantanoola/Millicent area 7 Newton Crescent

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

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9 West Street

WELL PRESENTED HOMETTE ON 1013 SQM ALLOTMENT • Stone Coage featuring 2 Bedrooms • Lounge with S/C Wood Heang • Eat-in country Kitchen with electric stove plus a solid wood stove • Front porch sing room • Three separate Garages on the property • Currently tenanted showing a good return PRICED AT $175,000

FULLY LEASED INVESTMENT UNITS • Block of three brick units • Well located in the western area of the city • Within walking distance of the CBD • 3 Units – 1 x 3 Bedroom & 2 x 2 Bedroom units • Extremely well maintained and presented

NOW PRICED AT $320,000

WELL PRICED - 3 BEDROOM UNIT • Set up on the rise with views to the North • Very private & secure with low maintenance yard • All three Bedrooms with BI Robes • Spacious open plan Kitchen/Dining & Lounge • Well presented & cosy the home feels warm & welcoming • Separate detached lock up Garage • A great opportunity and well worth a look !! PRICED AT $190,000

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BICYCLE SALES & REPAIRS • Well established business offering all types of cycles and a comprehensive repair service and spare parts • Excellent clientele with repeat servicing • Well presented plant & equipment, plus computer with special program • High volume foot traffic in Commercial Street East • 5 ½ day working week PRICED AT $39,950 plus stock

CENTRAL CHARACTER HOME TO $300,000 • 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

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5/22 Buronga Street • Ample off street parking on site • Open plan kitchens/ dining / lounge with electric cooking • Gas heang to each property • Strong performing unit complex showing solid returns • Nothing to spend here – great buying!!

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

• Set on an allotment of approx. 1428sqm in one of the Cies premier locaons • A well-presented property with high potenal • Centrally posioned • Close to Reidy Park School, Mount High & Tenison College • Close to the Lakes Reserve

PRICED AT $265,000

77 BERKEFELD ROAD, OB FLAT

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

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20 Heaver Drive 3 BEDROOMS/2 BATHROOMS • Three Bedroom family home • Formal Lounge, Dining with S/C heang • Open plan Kitchen, Dining & Family area • Master Bedroom with walk-in robe & Ensuite • Two separate Bedrooms with access to main Bathroom • Timber Kitchen with breakfast bar & access to rear Pao • Massive covered rear Pao with raised mber decking PRICED AT $239,500

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6.39 acres

Estate of E.J. Haines • Large 3 Bedroom stone residence with Family Room with cosy wood heater • Dark room (alternate 4th Bedroom) • 2 WC’s with one accessed off the back porch • Large Country style Kitchen Dining with Gas heang & Electric cooking • Walk-in Pantry • Undercover Garaging for 3 vehicles, plenty of sheds and out buildings • Large mature aracve garden • Bore pump & Water Licence of 12, 496.0 kL • Producve OB Flat Country. • Has grown onions & potatoes previously. • Worthy of Inspecon!

1/1 CARAPOOK STREET $140 P/WK Affordable centrally located 2 Bedroom unit with Bathroom & undercover Garage. Sorry, - NO pets. Available 18th August, 2016. 2/38 AGNES STREET $220 P/WK Two Bdrm home unit with BIR’s to both rooms. Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge with electric cooking & gas wall furnace.Bathroom with sep bath. Single lock up garage UMR. Sorry, NO pets. Available 1/9/16.

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$445,000

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car parking

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77 Crouch Street South

$365,000

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bath rooms

car parking

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$219,500

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3 Moorak Street

84 Pick Avenue

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bath rooms

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

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car parking

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$130,000

4 Draper Street, Tarpeena

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$259,750

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car parking

$309,500

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Priced from $165,000

From $160,000

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3

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bath rooms

car parking

$166,000

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

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2

bed rooms

bath rooms

car parking

$137,000

An ideal home, beautifully presented with a wonderful outlook. Light filled with a modern clean feel. An affordable home that is sure to impress!

158 Telford Road, Moorak

3

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4

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bath rooms

car parking

$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!

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Avail Now at $150 p/w

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Avail Now at $150 p/w

1/23-25 Kain St

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Avail 14/9/16 at $190 p/w

1/25 John St

2

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Avail Now at $190 p/w

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Avail 2/9/16 at $190 p/w

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2

1

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Avail 23/9/16 at $195 p/w

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2

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Avail Now at $200 p/w

2/193 Commercial St West

2

1

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Avail Now at $210 p/w

24B/184 Jubilee Hwy West

2

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Avail 12/9/16 at $220 p/w

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4

2

2

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bath rooms

car parking

$750,000

An absolutely stunning executive family lifestyle awaits – A magnificent property inside and out. Country living on approx. 2.65 acres with quick access to the City.

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3

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$495,000 Approx 17 acres

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$295,000

1/210 Commercial St East

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Avail Now at $280 p/w

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2/142 Sea Pde Pt MacDonnell

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2

2

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21-23 Newton Road, Pelican Point

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$480,000 1400m2 (approx)

The ultimate in coastal living, immaculate seaside property with 180 degrees ocean views. The raw warmth of timber, steel & sandstone combine to captivate and appeal. Set on 2 titles this home has it all.

6 Candlewood Court

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1/13 Shepherdson Road

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$310,000

This haven of privacy is located in a fantastic location a short stroll from the city centre and the Blue Lake precinct. A great bonus is the flexible floor plan, the second living room could be a third bedroom – stunning!

4 Waring Street East, Tarpeena

57 Crouch Street South

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16 Tweed Crescent

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$259,500

Super spacious solid home ideal for the growing family or investor alike. Great area close to McDonald Park Primary School, shopping and reserves. Inspect asap!

6 Arthur Street, Tarpeena

11 Thompson Court

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$375,000

A truly gorgeous home with the comfort factor – located in a great cul-de-sac location. Ideal for the family who loves to entertain in style – currently leased @ $390/wk

77A North Terrace

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$89,500 2,023m2 approx

A real steal! Ideal starter for the first home buyer. Needs some renovation – but you will reap the rewards. The buy of the Year!

23 Agnes Street

$385,000

Enjoy an executive lifestyle in this superb three bedroom, two storey townhouse. Spacious open plan interior located in a great location. It’s all here waiting for you!

39 Elizabeth Street

Inner City Block

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$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!

58 Commercial Street West

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$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

69 Wireless Road West

$99,500

$595,000

Hard to find, north facing, Torrens Title block in popular central location. Approx 378m2, surrounded by established homes. A short walk to Vansittart Park, restaurants & hotels.

Premium CBD location – double frontage to Commercial Street and Caldwell Street • Two buildings – one title / 1,350m2 (approx) allotment • Valuable off street parking • Endless opportunities exist to redevelop (subject to council consent) • Agents in conjunction – LJ Hooker

8 Magnolia Court

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14 Kooringa Street

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$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.

3/10 Bertha Street

$229,500

If you are looking for the perfect family home and you are a first home buyer then stop what you are doing and book your appointment STAT! This has it all – but only an inspection will reveal all.

7A Lansell Street

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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!

8 Mitchell Street

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$230,000

Character home & 2 x 2bed disused flats in a highly sought after location. The properties will require renovation. On approx. 930m2 allotment. So much potential. Subject to the Housing Improvement Act.

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$289,000

Great layout – solid construction with high clearance shedding and drive through access to rear. A rare find not to be missed and located in a quiet residential location.

RENTALS 7/69 Bay Road

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Avail 2/9/16 3 1 1 $190 pw • Three bedroom unit - all with Built in robes • Renovated Kitchen/dining with elec cooking • Spacious lounge with R/C air conditioner • Private rear yard •Carport under main roof with bonus storeroom •Walking distance to shopping precinct • No Pets

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$174,500

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.

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$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.

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Luxury Living at it’s Finest

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

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 104 Lake Terrace East

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216a Commercial Street West

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Avail 23/9/16

Avail 28/10/16

3 1 2 $220 pw • 3 Bedrooms • Lounge with gas heating • Gas Kitchen with dishwasher • Double garage • Workshop • Back porch • No Pets • 6 months lease only • This property is on the sale market & will remain on the sales market

3 2 1 $245 pw • Centrally located 3 bedroom unit • Main with WI Robe & ensuite • Spacious open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge • Garage under main roof with internal access • Private rear verandah/paved courtyard • Close to main street precinct • No Pets

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COMMERCIAL ∙ Harrald Street ∙ 96 Commercial Street East ∙ 30A Commercial Street West ∙ 1/2 James Street ∙ 2/2 James Street ∙ 5 Allan Drive ∙ 10 Bay Road ∙ Sheds 5 & 6, 12 Bodey Circuit ∙ 212 Commercial St West ∙ 24A Oak Street ∙ 11 Ritana Road

96 Commercial Street East

Avail Now

Commercial • Approximately 124 square metres • Large open area at front of building • Rear lunch room and store area at rear • Toilet facilities • Car parking at rear for 2-3 cars • Available Now


Real Estate

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

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4 Tasman Court, Mount Gambier

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6 Kensen Court, Mount Gambier

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

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Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, with excellent street appeal, this well presented property offers an immaculately maintained 4 bedroom family home, close to St Martins Lutheran College and The Market Place. The spacious kitchen will not disappoint the avid chef, offering ceaserstone benchtops, gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space and a large walk in pantry. Other features throughout the home include gas ducted heating, built in robes in three of the four bedrooms, and a large three way bathroom with separate vanity and a separate toilet. You will enjoy entertaining family and friends in the spectacular fully enclosed outdoor entertaining area. With the entry off of the lounge, it can easily be made to feel apart of the inside of the home. Outside the home offers a double bay garage with remote roller doors and internal access, low maintenance gardens and an another double bay garage for the extra cars and toys. This is an immaculately presented, low maintenance property ready for your inspection.

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28 Victor Street, Mount Gambier

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$339,000-$349,000

11 Victoria Terrace, Mount Gambier

17 Earl Street, Mount Gambier $239,000

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39 Sunset Drive, Mount Gambier $249,000

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Stunning new display home located in the popular Corriedale Heights Estate providing the perfect opportunity for quality family living. Inside offers 4 bedrooms, master with WIR & feature wall which doubles as a bed head including ensuite bathroom with twin shower, his/ hers vanity and toilet. The main bathroom offers shower and bath along with powder room and separate toilet, this services three additional double bedrooms all containing BIR’s. Two relaxing living spaces provide distinct areas for both parents and children to enjoy some downtime. The formal lounge is positioned at the front of the home, adjacent to the main bedroom, whilst the family room, at the rear, has block out blinds allowing it to double as a home theatre room for movie nights or the big game. The focal point is the contemporary kitchen with stainless steel appliances, induction cook top, breakfast bar with pendant lighting and impressive butler’s pantry. Internal access from the double car garage is via the pantry making this a practical space to offload the groceries upon arrival. Sliding doors from the dining area open onto a lovely alfresco area positioned to capture plenty of natural sunlight whilst being sheltered from southerly winds.

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Highly sought after location. 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR’s. Two living areas & gas ducted heating. Spacious dine-in kitchen with electric cooking. Private & secure yard with undercover entertaining area. Double length carport & rear yard access to stone garage. Easy walking distance to the Blue Lake or city centre. 3 1

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13 Dover Court, Mount Gambier

• Cosy 3 bedroom cottage in a fantastic location. • Centrally located between Tension, Reidy Park & Mt High Schools. • 3 bedrooms (2 with ceiling fans & BIR’s) • Inviting lounge & dining with s/c wood fires, plus A/C • Rambling cottage gardens with securely fenced rear yard • Amazing undercover pergola area with tranquil outlook • North facing in a desirable area close to the Lakes • In conjunction with GAMBIER Real Estate 3 1 3

4 Anthony Street, Mount Gambier

$299,000 - $319,000

• 3 decent sized bedrooms, all with built in robes. Main bedroom opens to a decked area, and offers access to the two way bathroom. • Kitchen consists of electric cooking, dishwasher and a corner pantry while overlooking the large lounge and dining area. • Gas heating and reverse cycle air conditioning • North facing entertaining area, rear yard access and a single car garage with remote roller door and internal access. 3 1 1

2/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $210,000

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42 Harrald Street, Mount Gambier

• Mount Gambier stone home, positioned on a corner allotment • 2 double bedrooms (main with BIR), plus a dedicated study or 3rd bedroom on the upper level. • Renovated light filled kitchen, featuring electric cooking & pantry • Separate formal dining with adjacent formal lounge with slow combustion Wood heating & large family room with gas log fire. • Currently tenanted with an excellent tenant until August 2016 at $270 per week 3 1

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EXPRESSION OF INTEREST • 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

76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier

• Attractive family home, located in the highly sought after Conroe area. • 3 bedrooms, main with WIW, Built-ins in remaining 2 bedrooms. • Kitchen is central to the lounge/dining area and is filled with plenty of natural light and warmed with a slow combustion wood fire. • Outside features include an undercover entertaining area and double garage under the main roof. Secure rear yard with access to the large bond shed, perfect for the boat or caravan.

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10 Amor Street, Mount Gambier $255,000

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

• Commercial property, situated in the CBD of Mount Gambier, offering a huge lock up shed of approx 380m2 (plus mezzanine floor) & house for office or point of sale business on a 1036m2 allotment. • The property offers the purchaser a range options: • Rent shed & house separately • Excellent position for offices 2-3 1 plenty with huge storage

• 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 February 2017

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MOUNT VIEW ESTATE Tollner/Crafter Road, Mount Gambier $240,000

• Stone four bedroom home located close to Reidy Park Primary School • Beautiful new kitchen with induction cook top & electric oven • Open plan living with s/c wood heating • Main bedroom with WIR & two way bathroom • Huge fourth bedroom or second living area. • Expansive elevated deck 4 1 2

Starting From $135,000

• Mount Gambier’s Premier New Subdivision • All stages now selling, 2% deposit only

• Covenant in place to ensure increased value & growth for homes

• Title’s expected mid 2016

• Lot 101 SOLD - Only 4 allotments remaining in Stage 1

• Allotments from 3000m2 to 5000m2

• Contact your builder today & build your dream home

• Price includes rural style fencing, power, Telstra & town water

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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

Tennis Court

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NBN NBN Available

Swimming Pool

Investment

RLA 185 456 Owen Pettingill Licensed Agent

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Lot 1 Johnston Road, Moorak

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BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN

RENOVATORS SPECIAL IN KONGORONG Early 1900’s stone cottage, situated on 1835m2 (approx) allotment, within walking distance to the primary school, in the popular Kongorong area.

Located on the outskirts of Mount Gambier in the highly sought after Moorak area, lies the pefect 24 Acre (approx) allotment ready to build your dream home ( S.T.C.A )

Offering 3 large bedrooms, cozy lounge with open wood fire, dine-in country style kitchen with pantry & gas cooking. Outside features include rain water tank plumbed to house, bitumen road frontage, equipped bore plus numerous small sheds.

Some of the work has already been done, with a 16m x 10m colourbond shed erected, pipes for the plumbing laid and an unequipped bore already existing. With single and three phase power passing the property this allotment is ready and waiting for you to build the home of your dreams.

The property offers the purchaser a convenient location between Carpenters Rocks, Blackfellows Caves & Mount Gambier.

An opportunity not to be missed, inspect this property today to truly appreciate the size, location and its elevated picturesque views.

$349,000

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• Beautifully presented brick & tile home, situated just 13kms from Mount Gambier, in the popular area of Caveton. • 4 bedrooms (main with WIR & en-suite), lounge with s/c heating, gas ducted & r/c a/c, timber kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher, WI pantry & adjacent dining. • Bathroom with separate shower & bath, separate large laundry and toilet.

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• 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

729 Kangaroo Flat Road, Glencoe

A 10 cr es

$459,000

• 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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• 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

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Lot 2 Private Road, Carpenter Rocks

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• Welcome to 13 Compton Rise, offering a magnificent lifestyle property situated on 3.70 Acres, just minutes from Mt Gambier. • Built in 2011, this 4 bedroom home has been designed for comfortable family living, offering a huge open plan living area and a modern kitchen with elec cooking & d/washer. • Main bedroom with ensuite & WIW and the Main bathroom with separate powder area & WC

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33 Riddoch Highway, Tarpeena $475,000

A 50 cr es

173 Uphills Road, Kongorong

19894 Riddoch Highway, Wandilo

$395,000 to $425,000

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17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong

Lot 20 & 21 Arthur Street, Tarpeena

• Located on the outskirts of Tarpeena, set well back from the highway, this 2BR well presented home offers a lovely rural setting with native trees on approx. 3.5 acres. • The home features new painting throughout, open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge with raked ceilings, gas/elect cooking, r/c air conditioning & s/comb wood fire. • Private grounds surround the home 2 1 2

55 Ascot Street, Dartmoor $495,000

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• Unique country location, providing pet friendly accommodation to the traveler or those just wanting a peaceful retreat • Manager’s residence consists of 4BR, 2 Bathroom home with open plan living • 2 self-contained cottages - 1BR & recently renovated 2BR • Facilities for dogs & horses complete the property • This 4 star rated business offers a great chance to escape the city & work from home. 7 4 4

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.

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From $70,000

• Located in Tarpeena on the outskirts of town, are two well positioned 5 acre parcels of land. • Featuring established gum trees , this is an ideal position for building your dream home (S.T.C.A) • Power and telephone passing. • Vendor is happy to negotiate with a purchaser wanting to purchase both allotments. LAND

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From $100,000 plus SAV

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

• Lifestyle & unlimited opportunities on 115 Acres. • Situated on the northern side of Mount Gambier & set well back from the highway, is this well presented solid brick family home, offering an exceptional rural way of life • Phone Garth Manser 0417 071 180 for an inspection of this exceptional rural property on the outskirts of the city • Expressions of Interest close on Friday the 2nd of September 2016 by 12noon (If not sold prior) 4 2 10

$232,000

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A 6.6 cr es

13 Compton Rise Crescent, Suttontown $369,000

A 3.7 cr es

22615 Bay Road, Mount Schank $435,000

A 10 cr es

34 Kitty Temple Road, Caveton

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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


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3 Henley Street, Mount Gambier

GREAT OUTLOOK • 3 very large bedrooms • Master with ensuite and WIR • Spacious open plan living/kitchen • Central kitchen • Covered pao BBQ area WEB Id. 10248665 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

OPEN SATURDAY 21 Bond Street, Mt Gambier

$230,000

NEW PRICE

30 Lake Tce West, Mt Gambier

$415,000-$435,000

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14/2A Coolabah Street, Mt Gambier

$239,000

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14 Greenridge Drive, Mount Gambier

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6 Lange Street, Mt Gambier

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OPEN SATURDAY • 4 Bedroom plus study • 3 Living zones • Modern kitchen • Mul-level decking • Amazing city views WEB Id. 9103568 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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• 3 bedrooms all with built in robes • Formal lounge room • Sunroom with amazing views • Updated bathroom, 2 garages • Corner allotment subdivision potenal (STCC) WEB Id. 9845432 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Double remote garage UMR • R/c aircondioning • Huge high clearance shedding and carport • Self contained teenager retreat with own bathroom and kitchen

OPEN SATURDAY • 3 bedrooms all with robes • Spacious master bedroom with ensuite • Large Tassie Oak mber kitchen • Open plan kitchen/meals/family • Spacious formal lounge /Dining WEB Id. 9916809 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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11 Greenridge Drive, Mt Gambier

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$349,000

NEW PAINT & CARPET

OPEN SATURDAY • 4 bedrooms all with robes • Separate office • Master with WIR & ensuite • Large formal lounge • Great open plan living WEB Id. 9768728 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Covered pao • Secure rear yard • Ducted R/C air con • Choose your colour, we will re-paint? • Side access to rear yard

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08 8726 4400 $249,000

91 Henningson Road, Yahl

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$449,000

7 Stableford Court, Worrolong

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95 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

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2/3 Bengalee Crescent, Mt Gambier

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Stunning unsurpassed views from both levels of this ultra-modern 3 bedroom plus office home featuring 2.5 bathrooms wi robes in 2 bedrooms, Large open plan Kitchen, meals and entertaining area on the top level and a separate living area down stairs. Storage galore and fixtures and SAT AUG 27 fings you dream about so close vanies with stone tops 1.00 - 2.00 WEB Id. 8991578 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3+ 2.5 2

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Main bdrm with WIR & enclosed private pao • Open plan living/dining • Lovely kitchen with dishwasher SUN AUG 28 • Low maintenance grounds 11.00 - 11.30 WEB Id. Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3 1 2

• 4 bedrooms • 2 large living areas • Extra large double garage • EAT in country kitchen SUN AUG 28 • Self-contained games room/teenagers retreat 12.00 - 12.30 WEB Id. 9767079 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 4 2 AMPLE

• 4 Bedrooms plus office • 2 bathrooms • Massive open plan living • Established trees • Great garage with lo WEB Id. 10108628 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

10 Carrison Road, Suttontown

17 McArthur Street, Mount Gambier

35 Elizabeth Street, Port Macdonnell

1/89 Crouch Street South, Mt Gambier $199,000

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30 Umpherston Street, Mt Gambier

5 Carpenters Rocks Rd, Carpenters Rocks $249,000

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• Recently built with the highest of standards • 4 bedrooms all with BIR, main with stunning ensuite • Open plan kitchen/living/dining with under floor heang • Amazing indoor/outdoor entertaining area, you’ll fall in love! • 4 Bay shed with power WEB Id. 10109415 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 4 2 10

• 2 spacious bedrooms both with robes • Large lounge • Open plan living • Solid mber kitchen • Under cover parking WEB Id. 9989532 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

2 Hill Street, Donovans

14 Banksia Street, Mt Gambier

$169,000

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• This property is ideally situated for the beach lifestyle • Offering a viable investment or lifestyle choice • 4 double bedrooms • 2 living zones • Large shed with power and concrete floor WEB Id. 8891526 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 4

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• 3 bedrooms • Open plan living • Funconal kitchen • Rear and front verandahs • Double garage WEB Id. 9866866 Barry Ritter: 0408 853 180

54 Bay Road, Mt Gambier

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24 Messenger Road, Penola

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STAGE 1: ONLY 5 LOTS LEFT! ACT QUICK!

ATTENTION INVESTORS • 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 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 3

22 Miller Street, Mt Gambier

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

Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 | Web Id. 7626186

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• 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 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3

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

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180° VIEWS • 3 bedrooms, main with built in robes • Formal lounge with gas heang • Kitchen/Dining • Bathroom with separate shower/bath • Detached games room WEB Id. 9207287 Barry Ritter: 0408 853 180

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OPEN SUNDAY • 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 SUN AUG 28 1.30 - 2.00 retreat/games room WEB Id. 9548633 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 6 2 4

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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 bursng 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 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 4 2 4

134 North Terrace, Mt Gambier

$260,000

INVESTORS TAKE NOTE • 3 bedrooms • Formal lounge with gas heang • Renovated kitchen • Polished floor boards • Secure rear yard WEB Id. 9862563 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

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SIT BACK, RELAX, ALL THE HARD WORK’S DONE! • Renovated kitchen and bathroom • 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIRs • Spa and swimming pool • Entertainers delight WEB Id. 9240604 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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650 The Springs Road Glencoe

$359,000

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

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Neat and cosy 2-bedroom home Open kitchen/dining/living Slow combustion wood heater 9m x 7m Shed with work bench, double sliding doors, built-in shelving and a wood fire

• Fenced rear yard

$190,000-$209,000

• Double garage with roller doors

121 Pick Avenue Mount Gambier

$139,000

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 2

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

New carpets plus painting throughout

$220,000

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$235,000

• Ducted central heating. Security system • Separate double shed with 3 phase power • Cellar or store room

Leanne

• Electric hot water system

Debbie

100 Commercial Street East Mount Gambier • • • • • •

Fully renovated 3 bedroom cottage Bedroom 1 has B.I.R and bedroom 2 has W.I.R Open plan kitchen/family with timber floor Covered rear entertaining area Double garage + garden shed Situated within walking distance to CBD

FOR SALE

2 consulting stations separated by frosted glass Substantial archive/storage room Modern kitchenette and 2 toilets (1 access) An alarm system ensures maximum security 2 carparks located at back of the building In conjunction with Gebhardts Real Estate

MUCH BIGGER THAN IT LOOKS!

$529,995

• 2146m2 Allotment • 5 Bedrooms all with WIR + main with ensuite • Large family room with French doors that open into an undercover pergola area • 2 Car garage UMR with internal access

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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 Blue Lake • Sweeping views across Mount Gambier towards the

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1 Annette Street Mount Gambier

12 Marlow Court Mount Gambier

MODERN OFFICE BUILDING OF APPROX. 128M

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17 Hart Street Mount Gambier

DOESN’T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS!

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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

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6 Pick Avenue Mount Gambier

Gas hot water plus water softener

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$235,000

CHARMING CENTRAL LOCATED COTTAGE

• 5 room stone residence opposite showgrounds • Close to the South Eastern Hotel and East Gambier shopping facilities 2 • land area approx 811m - room to spare consent • Room for further development subject to council

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Three bedrooms on block of 609m Good size kitchen with gas stove Separate lounge room with heater Rear sun room or possible 4th bedroom Enclosed backyard plus single carport

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$205,000

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WHAT ABOUT THE VIEW?

3.30-4.00

CORNER LOCATION

GREAT ONE TO START WITH

• Two way bathroom • 5 x 3 tool shed + mini putt putt course

OPEN Sunday

3 Bertha Street Mount Gambier • • • • • •

• 3 Bedrooms all with BIR • Open plan kitchen/dining/living rear • Enclosed paved pergola running across width of of home • 2 Way bathroom, separate bath and vanity

$269,000

• 3 bedrooms master and 3rd bedroom with BIR • Two living zones and formal area that has a stunning feature inside window • Open plan kitchen/dining/family + split system

LARGE FAMILY HOME ON 3.2 ACRES

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$299,000

Timber deck overlooking backyard Double garage full length of the property 5m x 3m shed with concrete floor and power

2.45-3.15

2.00-3.00

19 Shalamar Crescent Mount Gambier

3 bedrooms, main with ensuite and BIR New kitchen with ample cupboards All new plumbing and electrical.

OPEN Sunday

OPEN Sunday

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5 Eustace Street Mount Gambier

CENTRAL LOCATION

INSPECTION IS A MUST

7 Thyne Street Millicent

$110,000

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1 Cowell Street Tarpeena • • • •

1.30-2.30

12.15-1.15

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OPEN Sunday

12.00-1.00

11.00-11.45

AFFORDABLE FOR A FAMILY

THE JEWEL OF THE CROWN!

OPEN Sunday

OPEN Sunday

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NE N EW W!!

STOP PAYING RENT!

GIVE ME A HOME AMONG THE GUMTREES

Denise

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1/3 Henty Street Mount Gambier • • • • • •

Modern, fully furnished unit Two bedrooms, both with BIR Large kitchen/dining/living area Single garage under the main roof Easy to maintain garden areas at front & rear Offered for sale as a walk-in walk-out basis

Jess

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26 Navajo Drive Mount Gambier • • • • • •

2 $379,000

840m2 allotment 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite Formal dining/media room at front of house Open plan kitchen/dining/living area Kitchen with walk-in pantry Dbl garage with auto doors & internal access

Jasmine

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PRICE 225 Attamurra Road Worrolong • • • • • •

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RENOVATED STONE HOME

14.98HA RURAL PROPERTY

GOLF ANYONE?

$385,000

Lot 2 Yahl Main Road Yahl • • • • •

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

$310,000

18 Millhouse Street Millicent • • • •

Hilly site with great views Bitumen road frontage, Fenced into 2 paddocks, Town water connected and cattle yards. rse Eastern boundary adjoins Mount Gambier Racecou

1 $189,000

Large 1335m2 corner allotment with shedding 3 bedrooms, main with built-in robe floors Modern open plan kitchen and living area with timber Large family room with tiled floor and wood heating

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3 23 Guerin Lane Glencoe

$189,000

• 3 bedrooms, main with built-in robe • Lovely kitchen with adjacent dining area • Slow combustion wood heater • 7 x 6m Colorbond shed and • Rain water tanks, solar hot water pump on bore biocycle septic system

16 solar panels 3kw with 5kw inverter

MUCH LARGER THAN IT LOOKS!

“GLENTAL”

291 Poonanda Road Tantanoola • • • • • •

1 Rendelsham Road Millicent

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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

$239,000

800m2 allotment 4 bedrooms, main with R/C air conditioner Lounge with slow combustion wood heating Eat in kitchen with tiled floor & walk-in pantry Carport plus single bay shed with roller door and workshop

RENTALS

A HIDDEN GEM

YOUR OWN PIECE OF PARADISE

DOESN’T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS!

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HOUSES $185pw • 15 Ingleby Street mowing 3 bed, 1 bath. Available 8.8.16. Pets Neg. Incl lawn $280pw

• 4 Graney Court 3 bed, 1 bath. Available 12.8.16

NEW

PRICE 52 Milstead Street Port MacDonnell • • • • • •

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Stunning 2pak kitchen with dishwasher Lounge with R/C air conditioning Main bedroom with walk-in robe plus ensuite Bedrooms 2 & 3 with built-in robes Pergola, double garage & balcony 100m from beach, close to shops & hotel

3 3 Moonah Avenue Nelson • • • • •

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$245,000

2 bedrooms + sun room or 3rd bedroom Open plan living with modern kitchen doors. Double garage with power, concrete floor and two roller 2 x 5000 gallon rainwater tanks The property is for sale fully furnished

1 Old Bridge Road Nelson

$379,990

3 bedrooms, main with walk in robes. Updated kitchen with walk in pantry Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge Enclosed tiled entertaining area boasting pizza oven, range hood and S/C wood fire • 4 Bay shed with power and concrete floor

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ATTRACTIVE FULLY SERVICED RESIDENTIAL

ATTRACTIVE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

Nelson Road O.B Flat

From $93,000

• “Lakes Park” subdivision. • Various sized allotments for sale ranging from 735m2 - 1500m2 • All services including water, sewer and power. • Competitively priced from $93,000

Melissa Walker 0408 250 505

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$145pw

• Unit 3, 40 Shelton Street 2 bed, 1 bath. Available 23.8.16 • 17a John Street 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 car. Available 14.9.16

ALLOTMENTS Stage 2 Lakes Park LOT 29 LOT 30 LOT 31 LOT 32 LOT 33 LOT 80 LOT 81 LOT 82 LOT 83 LOT 108 LOT 109 LOT 110 LOT 111 LOT 112

Stage 1 Lakes Park

Sales & Leasing

TOWNHOUSES/UNITS/FLATS

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528m2 540m2 1432m2 688m2 700m2 528m2 510m2 510m2 528m2 880m2 840m2 840m2 840m2 840m2

$210pw

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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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8 Blackall Street

$265,000

10 Dalkeith Drive

$319,000

NEW

OPEN SATURDAY 12.00 - 12.30PM

OPEN SATURDAY 11.15 - 11.45AM

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.

WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT? Immaculate brick and tile home in the McDonald Park area. Comprised of 3 bedrooms, the main has a spacious walk in robe and ensuite. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are a great size and have built in robes. Separate lounge and formal dining. Warmed by your choice of wood heating or ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling. Sun filled kitchen overlooking rear gardens with dishwasher, walk in pantry, gas cooktop and elect w/oven. Extra large garage under main roof with 2 remote roller doors with parking for 3 vehicles. 4th bedroom or office on offer. Vehicle access to rear yard. An absolute gem, in a fantastic location. Close to MacDonald Park and St Martin’s Lutheran Schools.

15 Brigalow Crescent

$229,000

19 Wireless Road West

$279,000

NEW PRICE

VENDORS OPEN TO OFFERS OPEN SATURDAY 10.30 - 11.00AM LOADED WITH EXTRAS Solid 3 bedroom home situated in a quiet area, close to the city centre. Kitchen with near new stainless steel appliances, gas cook top and wall oven plus granite bench tops. Floor to ceiling built in robes in the Master bedroom. Spacious lounge and sliding doors from dining to rear paved courtyard. Dedicated study nook. Your choice of gas or slow combustion heating, in addition, ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Double garage under the main roof with internal access and a remote roller door. 5 KW Solar Panels ensures power bills are kept to a minimum. An inspection of this surprise package is sure to impress. Currently returning $260 per week.

12 Jardine Street

$549,000

CALLING BUSY FIRST HOME BUYERS Impressive 3 bedroom home of solid construction. Renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Spacious open plan kitchen/lounge and dining. Ideal 2nd living room or games room. Stunning bathroom with sep shower/bath. Unique study nook. Gorgeous polished boards. Sheltered outdoor entertaining. Double Garage with remote panel lift door. Immaculately presented and styled. An inspection will certainly impress.

21 Currawong Crescent

SOGLS D REQUIRED

$209,000

MORE LISTIN 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.

35 Dalkeith Drive

$325,000

AN OLDIE BUT A GOLDIE Situated in popular Birdsville. This solid 3 bedroom home is great on space. Offering large living areas. Built in robes in the main bedroom. Gas heating in the lounge. Loads of bench and cupboard space in the kitchen which has an electric wall oven, cooktop and dishwasher. There is a garage under the main roof with internal access, this is currently disposed as an office and sep storage area, but could easily be converted back. A double carport has also been constructed for convenience. Good size rear yard with garden shed. With great “bones” this could be beautifully renovated to be enjoyed for many years to come.

13 Earl Street

$178,000

8 Chauvel Street

$179,000

RACT T N O RC UNDE 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.

SOLID HOME IN IDEAL LOCATION Offering 2 extra large bedrooms plus 3rd bedroom or 2nd living area. Lounge with split system reverse cycle heating/cooling. Central bathroom with sep shower/bath. Eat in country style kitchen with electric cooking. Single stone shed with power. Fabulous location close to Reidy Park Primary and Mount High School. Why rent at this price. Currently tenanted at $215 per week.

RENTALS: 1/2A Lake Terrace West

RENTALS 1/102 Wehl St Nth 2

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Avail now @ $160 p/wk

Avail now @ $190 p/wk

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4 Degaris St 3

Avail now @ $230 p/wk

Avail now @ $250 p/wk

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Avail now @ $250 p/wk

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Avail 1.9.16 @ $275 p/wk

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Avail now @ $285 p/wk

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1/2A Lake Tce West 3

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20 Marlow Crt 3

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1/9 Heriot St 2

Avail now @ $220 p/wk

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13 Jubilee Hwy West 3

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10 Powell St 3

237 Yahl Main Rd 2

Avail now @ $150 p/wk

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3 Livingston St 3

1/33 Tolmie St 2

Avail now @ $145 p/wk

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2/68 Brownes Rd

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?

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malseeds.com.au Mt Gambier Millicent Port MacDonnell Robe Beachport 08 8724 9999 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier & 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989 10A Limestone Crt, Mt Gambier

$276,000

297 Yahl Hall Rd, OB Flat

37 & 37a Lake Tce West, Mt Gambier

$495,000 Each

Best offers by 4th October 2015 - Unless sold prior • In a premiere locaon, this beauful piece of country is only 4 kms within the city limits of Mount Gambier. • approximately 52 acres, with 26 paddocks • 1900’s 4 bedroom homestead complete with beauful wooden floorboards • High clearance shedding, 15 car spaces

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

• Located in a quiet cul-de-sac this townhouse boasts modern contemporary design • Stylish open plan living/kitchen/dining area opens onto the private pao

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Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364 39 Brolga St, Mt Gambier

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$289,000

• Entertain in style with exquisite north facing open plan kitchen, dining and lounge that connues onto a private pao area. • Beauful Kitchen with high quality Miele appliances, walk in pantry, so close cupboards and sit down breakfast bar.

66 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier $239,000-$249,000

4 Goss St, Mt Gambier

• 3 Bedrooms, Master with a WIR and the other two with BIR • Open Plan Living with a central kitchen, truly making it the heart of the home. • Light Spacious with lots of storage

• Lovely extensively renovated 4 bedroom home complete with a 1 bedroom Granny Flat. • Beauful open plan kitchen and dining with features including island bench, electric cooktop and oven.

• Open plan living with great neat and dy kitchen • 3 Generous sized bedrooms all with built in’s • Large fully enclosed backyard

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

$238,000 - $248,000

14 Kuhl Dve, Racecourse Bay

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$229,000

REDUCED 2

$239,000 MAKE AN OFFER

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2/1 Hart St, Mt Gambier

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

$213,000

28 Wehl St North, Mt Gambier

• ATTENTION RENOVATORS!! • Circa 1890’s symmetrical character coage in the ever popular Power Street. • Breezeway entrance with great opportunity to renovate to your own taste. • Generous block size of approximately 805m2.

• Spacious unit in a gated community of two, located on a quiet street close to the city centre. • Large living area with reverse cycle air-condioning and plenty of storage throughout the property.

Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

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• 3 Large bedrooms all with built-ins Plus Study/4th Bedroom • Spacious open plan living with slow combuson heater • Modern kitchen with gas cooking, dishwasher & floang floor boards

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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7 Jackaway St, Blackfellows Caves

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$185,000

• 1 bedroom home set on a 1/4 acre block with great shedding • Close to an excellent boat ramp • The hub of the cray fishing and fishing area • Great sized kitchen with plenty of storage and slow combuson heang

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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 88 Lithgow’s Rd, Pt MacDonnell Jason Malseed  1-3/10 Bell St, Pt MacDonnell Kirby Vassallo Alistair Coonan  25 Douglas St, Mt Gambier  Lot 26 Muggleton Rd, Beachport Fiona Telfer Fiona Telfer  23 Grigg Tce, Millicent Fiona Telfer  37 Holzgrefe St, Millicent Fiona Telfer  6 Acacia Dve, Millicent  135 Willowbank Rd, Millicent Fiona Telfer Craig Maria  119 Penola Rd, Mt Gambier

4 Lucindale Rd, Reedy Creek

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Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539

$70,000

 3 Daniel St, Mt Gambier  6 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier  19 Avey Rd, Mt Gambier  223 Kromelite Rd, Mt Gambier  8 Oakridge Cres, Mt Gambier  Lot 20 Clarke St, Penola  6 & 8 Jarrah St, Mt Gambier  4 Chant St, Tantanoola  5/ 7 Spehr St, Millicent  38 Monash Tce, Millicent  8 Hillcrest Ave, Mt Gambier  30 Alnio Dve, Mt Gambier  31 Powell St, Mt Gambier

17 Barwon Cres, Mt Gambier

Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539

LAND

$99,000-$109,000

58 Bay Rd, Allendale East

$46,990

$175,000

20 Cape Douglas Rd, Cape Douglas

$89,990

Lot 125 Smith Rd, Pt MacDonnell

$170,000

36 Newton Rd, Pelican Point

$119,000

Lot 126 Smith Rd, Pt MacDonnell

$290,000

10 Greenridge Dve, Mt Gambier

$162,000-$172,000

32 Kingsley Rd, Allendale East

$59,000

Umpherston St, Mt Gambier

$87,500-$95,000

Lot 46 Mormer Rd, Allendale East

$50,000-$55,000

437 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier $158,000

Fiona

Alistair

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$165,000-$175,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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$115,000

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117 Jubilee Hwy, Mt Gambier

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$239,000 - $249,000

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Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539 5/3 Locke St, Mt Gambier

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$110,000

• Two spacious bedrooms featuring mber floorboards - master with BIR. • Updated kitchen with gas cooking and quality fings. • Brand new bathroom and laundry areas.

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Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539 83 Cardinia St, Mt Gambier

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$197,000

• 2 large living areas, plus large kitchen and dining area with walk in pantry. • 3 bedrooms, main with built ins. • Separate enclosed sunroom at the rear of property.

• Set on 1792m2 of flat ground • 1 Bedroom coage with BIRs, provision for 2nd Bedroom • Open plan led kitchen with stunning features, dining, lounge • Huge built in mber wall unit and S/C wood fire

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

• Looking for space? Boats, Caravans? Extensively Renovated! • 4 Large bedroom’s, 3 with Built-In’s, carpeted and freshly painted. • Modern spacious kitchen with light and fresh colours, great cupboard space and new appliances.

Jason Malseed Jason Malseed Jason Malseed Jason Malseed Jason Malseed Alistair Coonan Craig Maria Fiona Telfer Fiona Telfer Fiona Telfer Kirby Vassallo Kirby Vassallo Alistair Coonan

• 3 bedrooms - master with en-suite and BIR, plus BIR in 2nd bedroom. • Ample room for the family with 2 living spaces (or 1 living + study), both offering access to outdoor elevated pao space.

Lots 3 & 4 Eight Mile Creek

Jason

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• 7.291 Acres • Large single Block • Pine Fences • Property has a small shed, rainwater tank and caravan all included in sale.

786 Jones Rd, Pt MacDonnell

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$160,000

Lot 485 Pleasant Park Rd, Tarpeena

Bronwyn

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• Updated kitchen with mber cupboards and electric cooking, and separate dining space at rear. • Lounge with gas heang and ceiling fan. • Large stone shedding with roller door, pit, workshop space

$245,000-$255,000

Properties Under Contract!

6 Friendswood Pl, Mt Gambier

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RENTALS 4/57 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell 4/252 Commercial St W, Mt Gambier 12 Hakea St, Mt Gambier 37 Kurrajong St, Mt Gambier 9 Wright St, Tarpeena 2/1 Shepherdson Rd, Mt Gambier 1/252 Commercial St W, Mt Gambier 5 Sunnyside Dve, Mt Gambier 2/9 Gordon St, Mt Gambier 22 Lake Tce West, Mt Gambier

Emily

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RLA 115603

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8 Power St, Mt Gambier

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• Seaviews • Tiled open plan kitchen, dining and living area with dual heang opons slow combuson or gas. • Built in robes in all three bedrooms and roller blinds in every room.


COLLECTED STUPIDITY - OLYMPIAN ETIQUETTE... By ROBBIE TANSEL With the Olympics now finished for another four years, I’ve been pondering what the etiquette is when it comes to Olympic medals. Think about it. 11,551 athletes participated in the Rio Olympics. There were 306 sets of medals awarded across the various sports. That is 306 gold, silver and bronze medals or 918 medals in total. Considering that there are quite a few athletes who won more than one medal (or hogged them; I’m looking at you Phelps) there are probably about 800 athletes who went home with a medal. That obviously means that there are another 10,700 athletes who got up at six

in the morning, rode their bike, swam in their local pool, rode their horse, sacrificed having a normal life, and went home empty handed. Obviously they might have the Zika virus or some sort of life-endangering virus from the green pool, or maybe an unwanted pregnancy from trying to find a shoulder to cry on after losing, but no medal. So if you are one of the lucky ones to get something shiny to hang around your neck, is it considered poor form to strut around the Olympic village wearing it? Is that just rubbing it in the face of all the losers? I think we all know that they’re going to act as if they are happy for you, but let’s be honest. They’re athletes and they’ve been told throughout their lives that they’re the best thing in the world.

And suddenly they’ve found out that there’s this country called Kenya and when they run ten kilometres they do it about three minutes faster than guys from Australia. And then there’s this other country called Jamaica where they run really fast and turn around and smile at you as they destroy your dreams. No one is happy about losing and others winning unless they already have some medals from another Olympics. Or they have the phone number of one of the beach volleyball chicks. I suspect you’re not going to have many friends if you walk around with your medal on for a couple of days. The other big question becomes what do you do with your medal when you get back to your room? Wack it in your toiletries bag? Wrap it in some underwear and into the suitcase? You don’t want to get some scratches on it. It’s a bit of a useless prize realistically. A lovely gift voucher for Belgiornos or somewhere would be much more practical and sensible. Your medal is going to go in a cupboard or sit on a mantelpiece somewhere gathering dust. But with your Belgiornos voucher you can get a delicious tropical pizza. Mmmmm. Pizza. I’ve got a feeling part of the medal etiquette involves what colour your medal is. If you’re rubbing your gold medal in everyone’s face, I think they’d be thinking, “Yeah we all know you won a gold medal. Let it go showoff.” If you were waving your silver medal around I think everyone would be

thinking, “Hey mate, you lost. You were the first of all the losers. What are you celebrating?” I think celebrating a bronze would be acceptable though. People would be thinking, “Good on you for having a go and scraping in there for a medal. You could have easily missed out and come fourth, but you got one.” I continue to receive postcards and I congratulate you all for your efforts in trying to save the postcard industry. Hopefully I’ll get one from Rio. Email me at robbietansel@gmail.com if you’d like to know where to send my postcard to.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR WINE SHOW ENTRIES The Limestone Coast Wine Show trophy dinner will be a coastal extravaganza showcasing the region’s prestige food and wine. Tickets are now selling online at limestonecoastwine. com.au for the October 27 feast being held on the Robe foreshore overlooking Guichen Bay. The theme for the 16th annual event is VINE | STONE | COAST – a rhyming nod to the Limestone Coast, which is home to the seven different wine regions involved in the judging process. Arthur Hoffman trophy winner from last year, Pete Balnaves (pictured) will discuss his pending trip to Bordeaux at the dinner. Pete will attend the Vinitech-Sifel trade expo in late November as part of his 2015 Wine Show prize, and says he is looking forward to investigating the latest vineyard machinery and technology from around the world. Producers of Limestone Coast wines have an additional week to get their online entries submitted for this year’s show, with the deadline extended to August 26.


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DARTMOOR NAMED TIDY TOWN FINALIST Dartmoor has been announced finalist in four sections of Victoria’s 2016 Tidy Town Sustainable Communities Awards. The township is contesting the overall Tidy Town of the Year, qualifying alongside six other localities in Victoria, recognised for its great presentation and environmentally sustainable community projects. The picturesque Fort O’Hare camping ground restoration project, completed by staff from DELWP (Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning), qualified as a finalist in the Clean Beach/Waterway category whilst the town’s rail land revitalisation has qualified in the Community Action Leadership category. Meanwhile, the restoration of the town’s iconic woodcarvings is a finalist in the Community Government Partnership category. It is the 31st consecutive year the town has been named a finalist in the Statewide awards program, which encourage and celebrates sustainability achievements across rural and regional Australia. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander applauded the small community’s efforts, noting the work of Dartmoor Progress Association president Wendy Dowling who completed the nomination process. Mrs Dowling said the committee was “extremely excited” to be named finalists. Winners will be announced at a gala celebration in Horsham on October 15.

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STAR JUNIOR & ON COURT LEADER CELEBRATE 200 GAMES AS CATS ABBEY SHANNON She spent her junior years taking interceptions at will and while A Grade competition is definitely more demanding, Abbey Shannon has developed her one on one defensive effort while still managing to add to her highlights reel with a handful of well timed interceptions every game. A regular member of the Casterton Sandford A Grade team for the past three seasons, the talented defender, who has built a wonderful combination with Tayla Guthrie, celebrated her 200th game on Saturday. Starting in the 13 & under completion in 2008, where the Cats finished runner-up, Shannon has always shown incredible potential and has basically been playing some kind of senior netball, in C, B and A Reserve grades ever since. She has enjoyed plenty of team and individual success with the Cats as well as being a regular Western Border representative through her junior years, at both the

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Victorian and South Australian championships. From 2009 to 2013, she was an integral part of finals campaigns for Western Border teams, and during those same years she managed to rack up the 2011 C Grade premiership, as a 15 year old, as well as the 2012 17 & Under title. In 2010 she was part of the 15 & Under runner-up Casterton team, also winning the Western Border best and fairest award that season. From her trademark interceptions when teams dare to take her on across the circle, to her ability to come from nowhere and turn the ball over in the mid court, to her ability to work the ground as well as she can dominate the air, Shannon has completed the transformation from talented junior defender, to respected senior opponent who contests everything and refuses to give an inch. PHOTO COURTESY OF KAREN GOULD BRIDIE TIERNEY You often hear Bridie Tierney before you see her but that is what her team mates love about the hard working midcourter. She is a positive voice on court, no matter the circumstance of the game, and her leadership and enthusiasm for the contest is infectious. Celebrating her 200th game milestone at the weekend, she started with the club in 2004 in the 13 and under competition and has been doubling up in senior ranks for most of her time in her initial stint with the Cats. After she finished high school, she moved away for study but in 2013 she was back, leading the B Grade to a premiership, the same team finishing runner-up the following season. Tierney also took home the league runner-up best and fairest that season, as well as the same award at club level, and not surprisingly has found herself in A Reserve ever since, as well as playing a handful

of games in the A Grade line-up. Her hard running, good pace and willingness to get to the contest, makes Tierney a hard match and one of those rare midcourters who can genuinely have an impact in all three centre court roles. Great in the air, smart on the feed and able to create those critical turnovers with her defensive mindset, Tierney is a coach’s dream and one of those players first picked to head into the trenches because of her commitment to the task at hand. And it’s not just on the court that Tierney has an impact, she is also on the committee and not surprisingly, a social committee member, her off court enthusiasm as impressive as what she generates on court.

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As home to South Australia’s only World Heritage site, the Naracoorte Lucindale Council is embarking on an innovative project to bring greater economic and community benefit to the local area from the iconic Naracoorte Caves. Council is commencing the Naracoorte Caves Connection Project, which will see the local community take the lead on generating ideas to grow the visitor offering around the outstanding World Heritage values of the area. Mayor Erika Vickery said as home to the only World Heritage site in the State, it was an opportunity to leverage greater economic and community value from the Naracoorte Caves. “During our recent consultation on Council’s Strategic Plan, the message from the community was loud and clear about the unfulfilled potential of the Naracoorte Caves and its World Heritage status,” she said. “This project is a key part of Council’s economic development plan to grow the visitor economy. We anticipate it will be the start of a process to bring more visitors not only to Naracoorte, but to the whole of the Limestone Coast.” Council is overseeing the development of a 10-year Concept Proposal to detail the opportunities for the local area stemming from the World Heritage site, which may include visitor facilities, services, events, partnerships and promotions for Naracoorte. Council will form a Project Group to generate ideas for the proposal, and is inviting local business and community members to register their interest. “We’re seeking innovative and passionate local people to apply to join our Project Group,” she said. “We’re looking for a diverse group of people with a range of skills and experience who can see the opportunity for our local area and can work together to develop ideas for the Concept Proposal.” The project will commence in September this year, with the Concept Proposal to be submitted to council next year. Further information can be found on Council’s website www.naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au Nominations for the Project Group are invited, to be received by September 16 this year.


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Glenelg Shire Council road’s advocacy is stepping-up with a new campaign video set to be launched on social media any day now. Local filmmaker Peter Corbett (pictured above with wife Karen) is completing the final edits to the updated production which details the broken condition of key arterial roads leading to the Port of Portland, which have significantly deteriorated as a result of recent on-going wet weather. The production is a follow-up to the shire’s first Fix Our Key Freight Roads video which went viral on social media reaching more than 80,000 people and gaining state-wide media attention. The clip also received the support of the state’s peak motoring body, the RACV. The new production, which will be available to view at the council’s Facebook page, has been further supported by the release of a DL promotional flyer encouraging people to follow and share the clip. The flyer has been inserted in all Glenelg Shire ratepayers’ annual rates notices, which are due to be distributed via Australia Post next week. Mr Burgoyne said the council would not “back-down” in its campaign efforts to attract more than $180 million to fix the key arterial routes. “We have made it extremely clear that this funding is a non-negotiable. Our roads are in an appalling condition. The safety of motorists and protection of our export industries, and the jobs it sustains, are dependent on this urgent road repair,” he said. “Council remains optimistic that the State Government will match the Federal Government’s commitment to fix these key arterial routes so we remain competitive in global markets, ensuring exports from the Port of Portland continue to soar.” Meanwhile, councillors have also met with Member for South West Coast Roma Britnell to present the updated Green Triangle Freight Action Plan, gaining her support for the road campaign. Mrs Britnell reported that her office had been inundated with local complaints from constituents concerned about the poor road conditions which were damaging vehicles and slowing down industry. Mr Burgoyne said it was pleasing that council’s advocacy efforts were receiving ministerial support, with Member for Wannon Dan Tehan also launching his own roads petition in recent days, urging State Government funding. “This is an issue our chamber is not going to walk away from – it is our number one priority,” Mr Burgoyne said. “This is an intergenerational issue. We have been neglected for decades and enough is enough, we want a funding commitment.” To learn more about the Green Triangle Freight Action Plan visit www.glenelg. vic.gov.au/infrastructure or view the campaign video on the Glenelg Shire’s Facebook page. .

NARACOORTE RUNNER MAKES HER MARK IN THE HEAT OF BRAZIL Take out the fatigue element and it was clear to see Naracoorte’s Jess Trengove and her Aussie marathon team mate Milly Clark were both pleased with their performance at the Rio Olympics. Fellow Aussie Lisa Jane Weightman was also proud to have finished the event, but was hoping for a higher finish than her eventual 31st placing – she finished 17th in London. Clark finished 18th and Trengove 22nd in what was a record field of 141 runners, representing 80 countries. For Jess, it was her second Olympics, finishing 39th in London, and she entered the 2016 Olympic event on the back of some solid form, winning the Melbourne marathon. While the course was largely flat, the heat on the day of the race provided plenty of challenges for competitors. “The last few days were quite cool,” Jess said, post-race in her Channel 7 interview.” We weren’t sure what we would get today. There was some shade out on course. I think we were well prepared.” The marathon weaved its way through the CBD and along the beach, which also added windy conditions to the warm conditions, with three 10km loops, and then a slightly different route on return to the finish line. Jess started the race as a 28 year old and finished it as a 29 year old – her birthday was already officially underway in Australia. She ran the 2016 event in 2:31:44, moving her way through the field with good consistency over the 42km of the race. At the five kilometre mark she sat in 58th, 18 seconds shy of the leader, moving up to 52nd at the 10km mark and then 42nd through 15km, 1:36 behind the leaders. Channel 7 commentator Dave Culbert described Jess as running a “sustainable race”, with Aussie marathon hero Steve Moneghetti tweeting a prediction of carnage in the final 10km given the conditions. The next five kilometres were the slowest of the race to the point, with Jess again moving through the field to be placed 31st, 2:20 behind the race leader. “In the second half of a marathon you start to draw on a lot more of the motivational,” Jess said, in a pre-race package. “Letters from kids at Naracoorte Primary School where I grew up, messages from coach, family and friends. Thinking of those things help you through the tough times when you don’t want to be tuning into your body anymore.” At the 25km mark, Jess again had overtaken a number of runners to sit 21st, basically holding that position until the line and her official placing of 22nd, 7.40 behind the race leader. Another of Channel 7’s athletics commentary team, Tamsyn Lewis Manou, was full of praise for Jess, who had battled injury coming into the Games. “To miss a block of training

for the marathon shows how tough Jess is.” Culbert also impressed with the Naracoorte marathon runner, both on and off the track, commenting on her positive attitude, work ethic and team spirit. “Every sporting team in Australia needs a Jess Trengove.” Post-race, she was the unofficial spokesperson for the three Aussie runners. “More than any other race, we really felt the support from Australians at home,” Jess said. “Thanks to everyone at home.” She said pre-Olympics training in Florida had certainly given the team a good grounding for the eventual marathon conditions. “The humidity (today) was nowhere near what it was in the training camp in Florida,” she said. Praising her team mates, especially Clark, for their good showing in the gruelling event, Jess was ready to relax. “I think we’re all going to have a fun night and then cheer on the rest of the Aussies.”

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EARLY DETECTION REALLY DOES SAVE LIVES You wouldn’t think a cancelled Rolling Stones concert would have such a profound impact on someone’s life but for Sara Gray it started the ball rolling on one of the most challenging and life changing periods of her life. She met two of her closest friends for drinks after their trip to the concert was no longer warranted and the conversation turned to the BreastScreen SA visit in Millicent. “They asked if I had booked in for mine yet and I promised to do it

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the next week,” Sara said. And that routine check on April 2, 2014, turned out to be far from routine and potentially life saving. On the eve of the ANZAC Day weekend Sara received a call from BreastScreen SA. “They had seen something suspicious and wanted to look into it and so asked me to come in,” Sara said. That saw Sara in Adelaide the following Monday for four hours of tests. “They did think I had something but wouldn’t tell me 100 percent,” she said. She had some biopsies done and then was told to book in with her GP. It turned out Sara had ductal carcinoma in situ – she had breast cancer. It was a specific form of breast cancer that no amount of self examination would have detected and with no family history, Sara can thank her friends for encouraging her to visit BreastScreen – a slightly uncomfortable procedure that ultimately picked up the salt grain sized cancer cells in her milk glands. An appointment with a specialist was the next step in the process, with Sara able to see the visiting specialist in her home town of Millicent three weeks later. “He had a look at my film and said it was around eight centimetres,” she said. The next sentence was even more troubling – she would need a mastectomy. “I certainly wasn’t prepared for that,” Sara said. Her surgeon offered her the chance to go away and think about it, get other opinions, the works, but in the end, the typically matter-of-fact mother of two needed no time and booked in for the breast removal she would never have dreamed would ever happen to her. “I could have asked for a second or third opinion but they probably would have told me the same and then I would have been back to square one,” Sara said. “Everyone kept telling me it was a good outcome and the surgeon had already warned me he wasn’t one to pussyfoot around. The whole time people were telling me if it is cancer, it’s a good cancer and of course, I thought that doesn’t make any sense to me.” Anxiety also surrounded the fact the diagnosis came the year Sara was turning 46 – the same age her father was when he died. “Things like that did play on my mind,” she said. For Sara, though, being able to have the life changing surgery in her home town, surrounded by the familiar faces of the nurses and her family and friends by her side, made the experience much more bearable. “I couldn’t imagine being in Flinders or somewhere like that and having no one there.” With the surgery completed, Sara’s recovery became a whirlwind – the mastectomy had done its job and she needed neither chemotherapy nor radiotherapy. “I got to keep my luscious locks,” she said. It wasn’t completely simple of course. Sara’s plans of reconstructive surgery turned out to not be feasible and there was the regular draining of fluid from the wound site. Needless to say, early detection is Sara’s key message – if she had not gone and been checked at the behest of her friends, her cancer could have taken hold. “If I had left it even another two years – who knows,” she said. The support Sara received from her husband Dwayne and daughters Georgia and Meg was invaluable. The girls had the usual questions about what caused it and would they get it but for the most part, Sara believes the family, which is honest and open about everything, came through the experience as well as can be expected. “It is what it is and we can’t change that,” Sara said. “I get cross with myself sometimes when I say I am so lucky because at the end of the day I did lose a breast but when there were no consequences like chemotherapy and I only had two weeks off work, it seems lucky, but I did have a scar about a foot long across my chest.” McGrath Foundation nurse Margie Atwell was a godsend for Sara. “I used to need her all the time but now I hardly even go to the doctors, except for my testing,” she said. The value of the locally produced Helping Hand Bag was another initiative Sara cannot speak highly enough of as she continues to preach the early detection message and the need for fundraising. “I am a great believer in listening to your body,” Sara said.

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FUNDRAISING IN THE SPOTLIGHT FOR MILLICENT SUPPORT GROUP The Millicent Cancer Support Group is a fundraising group which raises money in our local community we hold many events and help out at many • Bi-annual Girls Night In for 200 ladies • Annual Mothers Day Walk 2 Fight Cancer • Annual Fathers Day Walk 2 Fight Cancer • Lots of Raffles • Beachport Bowls Day • Ram Sales Catering • Carols By Candlelight We are also very fortunate to have a fantastic community which support us through memorial donations, donation tins

in businesses, business morning teas and coffees and lots of generous personal/group donations. The money we raise is used to help our local community members by providing modern equipment for the Millicent Hospital & Theatre, donating to the accommodation facilities in Adelaide, such as Greenhill and Flinders Lodge, supporting Cancer Council SA, providing Christmas gifts for patients at the Royal Adelaide Oncology Department and we are very passionate in supporting the Hanson Research Institute in Adelaide. Millicent Cancer Support Group

DAFFODIL DAY • THE STATS About Cancer Council Cancer Council is the nation’s peak nongovernment cancer control organisation. Cancer Council Australia and its members, the state and territory Cancer Councils, work across the full spectrum of cancer, including patient support, public education, prevention campaigns, clinical guidelines, public policy and research. Cancer Councils are Australia’s biggest independent funders of cancer research investing, with our research partners, more than $70 million in 2015. THE KEY FACTS • It is estimated that more than 1.1 million Australians have either survived a diagnosis or are currently living with cancer. • It is estimated that more than 130,000 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer this year (this means more than 350 Australians each day are diagnosed with cancer). • 1 in 2 Australian men, and 1 in 3 Australian women will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. • Today, more than 65% of people will still be alive five years after a cancer diagnosis. This is an increase of more than 20% since the 1980s.

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NARACOORTE CANCER BRANCH FOCUSSED ON FUNDRAISING The Naracoorte Cancer Council SA Branch meet the second Monday of the month from February through to November and have a break over the festive season. We are very fortunate to meet at the Breakfast Room at the Naracoorte Hotel at 7.30 pm. meetings generally go for around an hour and are a good chance to enjoy good company and a chat as well. I would encourage anyone who is interested in joining or would like to help in any way come along or contact one of our members - Chris Gale (President) 0438 654 200 or Judy Schinckel (Secretary) 0429 876 364. It is a very rewarding experience knowing your efforts will help give hope to others. We are a small group in number but have wonderful support from the local community when it comes to fundraising for such a worthwhile cause. Within our group we have members that have been through the journey of cancer , some that have lost

a loved one to cancer, and some, like myself, who had no connection at all but just have a passion to help a good cause. Since joining the group I have lost a good friend to cancer and had three family members go through the journey and this is what we find, even if you have not had a personal experience, most people know someone affected. We are not a support group as such but raise funds for Cancer Council SA to help with research, discovering new and better treatments, cancer prevention campaigns and support for those affected by cancer. We have Daffodil Day coming up and we will be holding a Trading Table outside Heards Menswear from 8.30am this Friday, so there will be lots of tasty home cooked goodies for sale, as well as beautiful daffodils and merchandise. So we would encourage every one to get behind the cause on Daffodil Day and help make a difference. Chris Gale Naracoorte Cancer Council SA Branch President

DAFFODIL DAY • AUGUST 26 Daffodil Day is this Friday. The daffodil is the international symbol of hope for everyone affected by cancer. GET INVOVLED daffodilday.com. au • 1300 65 65 85 • #daffodilday • facebook.com/ daffodildayaustralia Buy a Pin • Buy a Cancer Council daffodil pin. Dedicate a daffodil • Text HOPE to 1999 88 77 to donate $5/sms and dedicate a daffodil to someone you know. • Supporters can also dedicate a daffodil to some they know via the Daffodil Day website or Facebook page. • Cancer Council will be selecting special Daffodil Day dedications to feature in the campaign. Other ways to support • Volunteer • Order a merchandise box • Donate online • Buy merchandise • Buy fuel from Coles Express on Daffodil Day

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PLENTY OF WAYS TO GET INVOLVED Australians can text to donate and dedicate a daffodil to someone they know on Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day this Friday. Cancer Council is encouraging Australians to ‘text to donate’ and dedicate a daffodil to support Australians impacted by cancer for this year’s Daffodil Day (Friday, 26 August). For the first time, Australians will be able to use their phones or head online to dedicate a virtual daffodil to someone they know. Selected dedications will then be chosen to feature in the campaign. All Australians need to do is text HOPE to 1999 8877 and a $5/sms* donation will automatically be incorporated into their mobile bill – a follow-up text message will enable Australians to personalise and share their daffodil dedication. Daffodil dedications will also be available via Facebook and on the Daffodil Day website (daffodilday.com.au). Cancer Council Australia CEO, Professor Sanchia Aranda, said Cancer Council was one of the first charities in Australia to enable supporters to donate via text, an initiative made possible thanks to the Telco Together Foundation and the Text Giving Working Group, who selected Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day as a pilot program for their premium SMS Mobile Giving Project. “Daffodil Day is one of Cancer Council’s most well-known fundraising events,” Professor Aranda said. “We want to provide a new and more personal way for Australians to show their support. “More than one million Australians are currently living with cancer or have survived a cancer diagnosis – unfortunately almost all of us know someone living with cancer. Sadly, too many of us have also lost loved ones to this horrible disease. “We are encouraging Australians to show their support for someone they know by donating via text message and dedicating a daffodil – it could be a family member, friend, colleague, carer

or someone else who has inspired you. Money raised will fund Cancer Council’s vital research, support services and our public education and prevention campaigns.” Daffodil Day pins and merchandise will be available to purchase from stalls around the country on 26 August, 2016. Celebrity health and fitness expert Shannan Ponton, cricketing legend Michael Clarke, TV presenter Barry Du Bois, actor Marta Dusseldorp and much loved children’s TV star Peppa Pig are all getting behind Daffodil Day this year and encouraging Australians to show their support for Cancer Council. “Cancer is the only thing that really scares the hell out of me! It’s such an indiscriminate, insidious disease,” said Shannan. “Stats don’t lie - 1 in 2 males and 1 in 3 females will develop cancer by the age of 85. “If it ever happened to someone I love, I would want to know their treatment was informed by the very best research and that they could access the very best compassionate support. As well as funding vital research, Cancer Council provides a range of support services. I’m proud to be a Cancer Council Ambassador having experienced first-hand the difference they make.” Daffodil Day raises vital funds for, and awareness about the work of Cancer Council including research, patient support services and prevention programs, helping support the 350 Australians diagnosed with cancer each day. Coles Express is a proud partner of Daffodil Day again in 2016. Coles Express has raised more than $3 million dollars for Cancer Council since getting involved in the campaign in 2011. All of the funds raised from Coles Express for Daffodil Day go towards local Cancer Council support services.

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FINALS NOW THE FOCUS FOR MILESTONE BULLDOGS TENILLE GRAY (200 GAMES)

It’s hard not to notice Tenille Gray - her distinctive long blonde pony tail, her athleticism and her clinical finishing of every shooting opportunity makes sure of that and it was right from when she first pulled on a netball bib. The star goaler started with East Gambier in 2007 in the 12 & Under grade, playing one game, and 199 games later she racked up her 200th as a Bulldog in the round 15 clash against Casterton Sandford. It wasn’t until 2009 that she returned to the court, progressing through the junior grades and getting a taste of senior netball early in her career. It was in 2013 that she made her A Grade debut with a couple of games at wing attack and from 2014 onwards she has been an integral part of the East Gambier A Grade line-up, developing a formidable shooting combination with Sarah Lock, and the talented teenager is a huge reason the Bulldogs saw finals action for the first time in many years in 2015 and will again challenge for the

premiership. Tenille has a trophy cabinet full of team and individual accolades with a raft of premiership medals, as well as Western Border best & fairest trophies in all three junior age groups – 13 & Under; 15 & Under and she is the reigning 17 & Under best & fairest as well. Her timing on the move, strength in the air, quick hands and accurate finishing makes her one of the toughest opponents at senior level, let alone on the junior court, where she is playing her final year of 17 & Under netball. Not surprisingly, Tenille has a swag of club accolades as well. Tenille has also represented Western Border and the South East Regional Academy for a number of years and showed her class this year when she was precluded from competing at the SA Country Championships, by still making the trip with her teammates and being an important off court help, handing out advice to the attacking end of the court and celebrating when the girls got the job done and won the title. Already on the radar of Adelaide based premier league clubs, Tenille was last year selected in the Western Border Team of the Year, alongside Donna Denton and Lisa McGregor in the shooting circle – a huge honour as a teenager, especially when it is a team selected by the competition’s A Grade coaches. Above (from left) – Mother Sonya; sister Teagan; Tenille and father Darren Gray.

MORGAN AMY (200 GAMES)

could have handed East a grand final berth. Her hands pressure is relentless and her ability to get touches on the outside of the shooting circle is uncanny. She is also a key transition player with her strong driving through the mid court and she provides excellent voice for her team mates Brenna and Eilish McKay in the defensive circle. Morgan has represented Western Border on numerous occasions at junior level and will again be a key part of East A Grade’s push for a grand final berth and a shot at the premiership this season.

They don’t come much tougher than Morgan Amy. She contests everything, thrives on a tight one on one style of defence, and is prepared to sacrifice her own game to totally shut out her opponent. It was in 2007 that she first pulled on a bib for East Gambier in the 12 & Under competition and she has played junior and senior netball for the club ever since. Morgan has been part of the hugely successful period in junior netball for East Gambier and she has a swag of premiership medals to show for her time as a Bulldog. Morgan was given an opportunity to play A Grade when she was still playing 15 & Under netball as well and she has taken that opportunity and run with it. She started as a tight checking circle defender for the top senior side before making the defensive wing her own and in last year’s epic preliminary final, she was the player who came up with a couple of critical turnovers that

Above – Father Hayden, Morgan, sister Keeley and mother Jenny Amy. KATE ZVIRGZDINS (100 GAMES) It’s been a long road to 100 games for Kate Zvirgzdins but the tenacious defender finally got to celebrate the milestone in round 15 against Casterton Sandford. Kate started playing with East in 2006 in the 17 & Under team and then moved into the A Reserve until 2009. Moving away to further her studies, Kate was still involved, always coming to watch games during her university holidays and filling in when required. This year saw Kate return to Mount Gambier for a teaching role, enabling her to take up the opportunity to play again with East. Kate certainly has been a major contributor to the A Reserve team securing a top two and she will no doubt be a key in the upcoming finals series. She is a strong defensive player, who not only makes

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her opponent earn every goal, but also every possession. She is one of those inspirational players who can lift those around her because of her never-say-die attitude and ability to create something out of nothing and get that turnover or chase down the loose ball right when something like that is needed. Her work over the shot and rebounding strength troubles many an opponent and her strong driving down court means she is also a key attacking player for the Bulldogs.

Above - Kate Zvirgzdins (left) with East Gambier Netball Club president Bronwyn McCallum.

ARTS PROGRAM WELCOMES $270K FUNDING The Portland Arts Centre has welcomed $270,000 State Government funding to guarantee the continued delivery of its high calibre arts program. The Glenelg Shire Council arts program received the triennial funding from Creative Victoria to assist in the delivery of performing arts and culture programs across the shire over the next three years to 2019. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Max Oberlander said the funding would ensure all local residents had access to high quality arts and cultural experiences. “No matter where you live in our community, whether it’s Portland, Heywood, Casterton or surrounds, you will have access to the best performing arts with shows to the standard enjoyed by our metropolitan neighbours,” he said. “We are extremely proud of the current arts program which features world renowned acts. “Our arts program caters for all tastes and ages ensuring everyone can enjoy the creative arts in their home town, in an intimate venue at an affordable price.” Glenelg Shire arts and culture manager Susie Lyons said her team was looking forward to delivering the busy arts program, in addition to the new Twilight Cinema operation, which is currently being trialled from the Portland Arts Centre. To learn more about the arts program visit www.glenelg. vic.gov.au/Arts_Culture or visit the Glenelg Arts Program Facebook page.


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

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COLLECTORMANIAC Buying and selling rare ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES including Militaria, Kitchenalia, Tin & Diecast toys, Live steam Toys, Garagenalia, Enamel & Tin signs, Vintage electrical, Pottery, Porcelain and Jewellery. Closed Tuesday, open every other day 12-4pm, 4.5km south of the Blue lake, 21684 Riddoch Highway (Bay Road). Look for signs situated on right at the former “Hills Blue Lake Plant Nursery”. Ph 08 8726 8340, email goodpig@bigpond.com, facebook page Collectormaniac for map. 645 ------------------------------------------

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

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DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------FLOWERS silk or fresh, from $7.50 at LENNONS FOOD MARKET, 34 Lake Terrace East, Mt Gambier. Ph 08 8725 7952 for orders. 665 ------------------------------------------

PETS & LIVESTOCK

LAYING HENS light sussex. 6 months old. $25.00 each. Ph 8724 8441. 644 -----------------------------------------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 -----------------------------------------REDGUM fire wood cheap! Pick up Glencoe Ph 0484 306 160 (mixed white gum also avl) OL-647 -----------------------------------------SAWDUST Good clean sawdust and pine chip 3T or 25T loads delivered PH 0427 799 334 OL-652 -----------------------------------------SET JOHN WAYNE china plates. Phone 08 8725 3516 646 ------------------------------------------

HEALTH & BEAUTY

EARTH SPEAKS Shamanic Healing, Ancient Healing Techniques for Today. $10 off first session. Mary-Anne 0409 906 942 650 ------------------------------------------

MARINE

1966 LEYLAND/BEDFORD M o t o r h o m e / S u z u k i / Tr a i l o r Fully Self contained. 11Months rego. Only needs someone to enjoy $35,000 all up. Ph 0439 917 036 646 ------------------------------------------

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

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A 41 YEAR OLD MAN wants to meet women for casual dating, fun times or more. In Mount Gambier area or I can travel. Don’t be shy ladies. Please phone or text for a good time 0477 912 082. 645 -----------------------------------------MALE 44 looking to meet a lovely lady for companionship. Preferred age under 55. Phone 0458 852 279. 645 ------------------------------------------

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

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2010 XR 6, red, in immaculate condition inside and out, only 99,000km, registered til July XUV765 $16,990 Ph 0421 443 787. D -----------------------------------------MERCEDES 1971, 4 door, leather, sunroof, V8, airbags, complete, stored under cover, best offer. Ph (03) 5570 0504. 644 ------------------------------------------

PET/HOUSE SITTER AVAILABLE to mind your beloved pets/ poultry. Your home/ours. Competitive rates. Collecting bins/mail/watering plants. Phone: 08 8725 7952 or 0400 391 712. 665 ------------------------------------------

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2 BEDROOM BEACHFRONT flat, Port MacDonnell $135 per week, car park. Ph 8725 7952 or 0400 391 712. 665 -----------------------------------------BOARDING HOUSE central Mt Gambier, 75 Gray Street, 3 fully furnished bedrooms available. Owner will maintain garden. Ph 0400 391 712 665 -----------------------------------------FOR RENT short/long term rental. Mount Gambier venue, wedding, functions, seminars. $25O per day. Ph: 0418 838 684. 665 -----------------------------------------OFFICE/CONSULTING room for rent. Central location in Mount Gambier. Includes power and internet. $300wk. OL-647 ------------------------------------------

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

STORAGE SPACE

STORAGE – Long and Short Term. At Woollen Mills Harrald St, Mount Gambier. Selfcontained area approx. 600 square metres. Toilet and office or staff room. A special ramp to access upstairs area to make loading and unloading easy. If needed space is available for storage of vehicle. All enquires welcome. Apply Ken 0427 976 681 or Jim 08 8725 3617 648 ------------------------------------------

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

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NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Extra 1.30 Hot In Cleaveland 2.00 The Block 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Kings Cross ER 8.30 The Footy Show 10.30 TBA 11.00 TBA 11.30 The Footy Show 1.30 Weeds

7 MATE 5.00 Swamp People 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 Movie: Pompeii 10.35 America’s Hardest Prisons 11.50 Locked Up Abroad 1.00 The Neighbors SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Point Last Seen (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Beer Homes And Gardens 7.30 2016 AFL Premiership Round 23: Adelaide v West Coast 11.30 Off The Bench 12.00 Friday Front Bar 12.30 TBA 1.00 Home Shopping

SEVEN SA 6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Shopping 10.00 The Morning Show 12.00 TBA 1.30 Footy Flashbacks 3.00 2016 AFL Premiership Round 23: Geelong v Melbourne 6.00 Seven News 6.30 2016 AFL Premiership Round 23: N.Melbourne v GWS Giants 10.30 TBA 12.30 Private Pracce 1.30 Home Shopping

ABC 1 6.00 rage 10.30 rage Guest Programmer 11.30 The Checkout 12.00 Birds Of A Feather 12.35 Aucon Room 1.00 Pointless 1.50 The Men Who Made Us Fat 2.40 Restoraon Man 3.30 Inside The Commons 4.30 Landline 5.00 Midsomer Murders 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The Coroner 8.20 Inspector George Gently 9.50 Poldark 10.50 Cilla 11.40 rage Guest Programmer 5.00 rage

ONE HD 5.00 Driven Not Hidden 5.30 Escape Fishing With ET 6.00 The Renovaon King 6.30 The Unstoppables 7.00 Last Man Standing 7.30 David Aenborough’s Living With Dinosaurs 8.30 Supercars 9.30 Movie: Legendary (M) 11.30 Crisis 12.30 Bellator

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Wide World of Sports 11.00 The Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 Footy SA 1.00 Subaru Full Cycle 2.30 TBA 3.00 Human Planet 4.30 Building Ideas 5.00 News: First At Five 5.30 South Aussie with Cosi 6.00 Nine News 7.00 The Block 8.30 60 Minutes 9.30 The Wolf Of Wall Street (MA) 1.00 Constanne 2.00 The Baron 3.00 Global Shop 3.30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 4.00 Good Morning America

7 MATE 1.30 Doomsday Prepers 2.30 Selling Big 3.30 Seinfeld 6.00 Mythbusters 7.00 Movie: Back To The Future (PG) 9.25 Move: The Bourne Identy 11.50 Movie: Jackass 3D 1.50 The Neighbors 3.00 Shannon’s Legends Of Motosport

SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 Contact 2.30 Cathedrals Of Culture 3.05 Cold War, Hot Jets 4.05 The Great Escape 5.00 Cycling: La Vuelta 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Nigella Express 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 World’s Greatest Food Markets 8.30 Eang History 9.30 Versailles 11.05 SBS World News Late Edion 11.30 White Material 1.25 Ainsley Harrio’s Street Food 2.20 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.20 Wild west With Ray Mears

WIN SA ABC 1 6.00 This Is Your Day With Benny 6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast Hinn 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Offsiders 10.30 6.30 Hillsong Australia Wide 11.00 The World This 7.00 Joseph Prince Week 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 7.30 Joel Osteen Landline 1.00 Gardening Australia 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 1.30 The Mix 2.00 The Coroner 2.45 8.30 Just Go Poldark 3.50 Meet the Mavericks 9.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.20 Australian Story 4.55 David 9.30 Studio 10: Sunday Aenborough’s Natrual History 12.00 The Doctors Museum Alive 1.00 Weekend Feast 6.00 Anh Do’s Brush With Fame 2.00 Far Flung With Gary Mehigan 6.30 Compass 3.00 I Fish 7.00 ABC News Sunday 3.30 RPM GP 7.40 Grand Designs 4.00 Supercars 8.30 Vera 10.00 Orion 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 11.30 The Honourable Woman 6.00 Family Feud 12.30 rage 6.30 Modern Family 1.55 Vera 7.30 Australian Survivor 9.10 The Maze Runner ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Simpsons ONE HD 5.00 What’s Up Down Under 5.30 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The I Fish 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Simpsons 8.30 Movie: The Rain Maker (M) Scorpion 8.30 Supercars 9.30 Movie: Seal 11.15 The Late Late Show 12.15 Nurse Jackie Team Eight - Behind Enemy Lines 11.30 Megastructures 12.30 Gillee World Sport

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PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: A Daughters’s Nightmare (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News at 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 8.00 TBA 9.00 Code Black 10.00 TBA 12.00 Private Pracce 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GO (55) 4.00 The Looney Tunes Show 4.30 Batman 5.00 Steven Universe 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 8.30 Mom 9.30 Two Broke Girls 10.30 Anger Management 11.30 Sullivan & Son 12.30 Adventure Time

ABC 1 SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 One Plus One 1.00 PBS Newshour 10.30 Catalyst 11.00 From The Heart 2.00 Unity 3.00 The Point Review 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 3.30 Thai Street Food 1.00 Pointless 1.45 Mapp And Lucia 2.50 The Cook And The Chef 3.20 The 5.00 Cycling La Vuelta 5.30 Leers And Numbers Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 6.00 Nigella Express 5.00 ABC News Early 6.30 SBS World News 5.30 The Drum 7.30 Empire Of The Tsars 6.10 Pointless 8.35 Everything Must Go 7.00 ABC News 10.25 SBS World News Late Edion 7.30 7.30 11.00 Movie: Lol 8.00 Birds Of A Feather 12.50 Coast 8.30 New Tricks 2.55 Lost Kingdoms Of South 9.30 Exile America 10.30 Lateline 4.00 Secrets Of The Irish 11.05 The Business Landscape 11.20 Adem Hills 12.05 Rage

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WIN SA 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 Life Inside The Markets 2.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 2.30 Fishing Australia 3.00 Cruise Mode 3.30 Puppy Academy 4.00 What’s Up Down Under 4.30 Rugby: Wallabies V New Zealand 7.15 TBA 9.45 Comedy Megastars 10.45 Supercars

ELEVEN 9.00 Toasted TV 9.05 The Loop 11.35 Neighbours 2.05 TBA 4.30 Charmed 5.00 Cheers 6.00 Becker 6.30 Movie: E.T. 8.30 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 TBA 10.30 American Gothic 11.30 The Loop 2.00 Neighbours - Encore

ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Australian Story 10.30 Foreign Correspondent 11.00 Who’s Been Sleeping in My House? 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News At Noon 1.00 Pointless 1.50 Mapp And Lucia 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 Pointless 6.55 Clark and Dave 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 The Checkout 8.30 New Blood 9.30 Jonathan Creek 10.30 Lateline 11.05 The Business 11.20 The Secret World Of Lewis Carroll

ONE HD (81) 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 Gold Coast Cops 8.30 Megastructures 9.30 Cops: Adults Only 10.30 Clubland

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home Team 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 The Living Room 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Ben’s Menu 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 Have You Been Paying Aenon 9.30 TBA 12.00 WIN All Australian News

ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 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: Morning Glory (M) 10.45 The Late Late Show 11.45 The King Of Queens

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra - Saturday 12.00 Cybershack 12.30 Hot In Cleaveland 1.00 Community 1.00 Wild Life Of Tim Faulkner 2.00 Movie: Message In A Bole (PG) 4.30 The Garden Gurus 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Nine News Saturday 7.00 TBA 10.00 Movie: Looper (MA) 12.10 Movie: Red Hill (MA) 2.10 Movie: Slayground (M) 4.00 Impraccal Jokers

7 MATE 5.00 Tricked 6.00 Dynamo 7.00 TBA 9.45 Movie: K-19: The Widowmaker 12.45 Friday Front Bar 1.15 Klondike Gold Fever 2.30 Locked Up Abroad 5.00 Zoom 5.30 Home Shopping SEVEN SA 6.00 Home Shopping 6.30 Henry Hugglemonster 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.30 Seven’s VFL 2016 2.30 2016 AFL Premiership Round 23: Hawthorn v Collingwood 7.00 TBA 8.00 Sunday Night 9.00 TBA 11.00 Move: The Suicide Tree 12.00 Scandal 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

ELEVEN (82) 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 New Girl 8.30 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 Jane The Virgin 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show 12.00 The King

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Movie: Salmon Fishing In The Yemen (G) 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 To Catch A Smuggler 8.30 TBA 12.05 Sharky’s Machine (M) 2.30 The Baron 3.30 Extra 4.00 Global Shop 4.30 Good Morning America

7 MATE 5.00 Swamp People 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 2016 AFL Premiership: Pre Game: Round 23 7.30 TBA 12.00 Movie: The Big Hit (MA) 2.00 Jail 3.00 Hillbilly Handfishin’ 4.00 Special 5.00 Dream Car Garage

WIN SA (8) 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home Team 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 The Bachelour Australia 2.30 Ben’s Menu 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 9.30 Law & Order 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 Win’s All Australian News 12.30 The Project 1.30 The Late Show

GEM (50) 12.00 Movie: The Young Ones 2.20 Monarch Of The Glen 3.20 Miss Marple 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Thursday Night Football 9.40 Lile Britain 11.00 Black Adder Goes Forth 11.40 Monarch Of The Glen 1.00 Infomercial

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Point Last Seen (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Beer Homes And Gardens 7.30 2016 AFL Premiership Round 23: Adelaide v West Coast 11.30 Off The Bench 12.00 Friday Front Bar 12.30 TBA 1.00 Home Shopping

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SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Extra 1.30 Hot In Cleaveland 2.00 The Block 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Kings Cross ER 8.30 The Footy Show 10.30 TBA 11.00 TBA 11.30 The Footy Show 1.30 Weeds

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home Team 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 The Bachelour Australia 2.30 Ben’s Menu 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 9.30 Law & Order 10.30 Blue Bloods 11.30 Win’s All Australian News 12.30 The Project 1.30 The Late Show 7 TWO 5.30 60 Minuite Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Some Mothers Do ‘ave ‘em 8.15 One Foot In The Grave 8.45 Murdoch Mysteries 10.45 Suspects 11.45 Bargain Hunt 12.45 Property Ladder 1.45 Some Mothers Do ‘ave ‘em

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Movie: Salmon Fishing In The Yemen (G) 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Naonal News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 To Catch A Smuggler 8.30 TBA 12.05 Sharky’s Machine (M) 2.30 The Baron 3.30 Extra 4.00 Global Shop 4.30 Good Morning America

GEM 12.00 Movie: Cage Of Gold 1.40 Come Dine With Me - UK 2.10 Monarch Of The Glen 3.20 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Friday Night Football 10.10 Valkyrie 12.40 Gem Presents 1.00 Infomercial

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home Team 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 The Living Room 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Ben’s Menu 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 Have You Been Paying Aenon 9.30 TBA 12.00 WIN All Australian News

7 TWO 4.00 Medical Emergency 4.30 60 Minuite Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Beer Homes And Gardens 8.30 Escape To The Country 10.30 Best Houses Australia 11.00 Cook Me The Money 12.00 Australias Best Backyards

SBS ONE PRIME SC NINE WIN VIC 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Home Shopping 6.00 Fishing Edge 6.00 Paw Patrol 1.00 PBS Newshour 7.00 Weekend Shopping 6.30 The Home Team 6.30 Dora The Explorer 2.00 Small Business Secrets 10.00 The Morning Show 7.00 RPM 7.00 Weekend Today 2.30 The Lala Road 12.00 TBA 8.00 Family Feud 10.00 Today Extra - Saturday 2.50 The March 1.30 Footy Flashbacks 8.30 Weekend Feast 12.00 Cybershack 4.00 The Classic Car Show 3.00 2016 AFL Premiership 9.30 Studio 10 Saturday 12.30 Hot In Cleaveland 5.00 Cycling: La Vuelta Round 23: Geelong v 12.00 The Living Room 1.00 Community 5.30 Who Do You Think You Are? Melbourne 1.00 Healthy Homes Australia 1.00 Wild Life Of Tim Faulkner 6.30 SBS World News 6.00 Seven News 1.30 Life Inside The Markets 2.00 Movie: Message In A Bole 7.30 Million Dollar American 6.30 2016 AFL Premiership 2.00 Good Chef Bad Chef (PG) Princesses Round 23: N.Melbourne v 2.30 Fishing Australia 4.30 The Garden Gurus 8.30 Grand Tours Of The Scosh GWS Giants 3.00 Cruise Mode 5.00 Nine News Adelaide Islands 10.30 TBA 3.30 Puppy Academy 5.30 Getaway 9.00 Premier Leauge 12.30 Private Pracce 4.00 What’s Up Down Under 6.00 Nine News Saturday 11.50 Masters Of Sex 1.30 Home Shopping 4.30 Rugby: Wallabies V New 7.00 TBA Through A Glass, Darkly Zealand 10.00 Movie: Looper (MA) 12.50 Masters Of Sex 7.15 TBA 12.10 Movie: Red Hill (MA) Party Of Four 9.45 Comedy Megastars 2.10 Movie: Slayground (M) 1.50 Masters Of Sex 10.45 Supercars 4.00 Impraccal Jokers Full Ten Count 7 TWO 5.30 Anthony Bourdain: No GO 3.30 Ninjago 4.00 Teen Titans 4.30 GEM 12.00 Your4X4 12.30 As Time Goes By Ben 10 5.00 Jusce League Unlimited 5.30 1.50 The Time Machine 4.00 Rio Bravo 7.30 Reservaons 6.30 Mighty Cruise Ships 7.30 Another Cinderella Story 7.30 Sck It 9.35 Movie: Ben-Hur 11.20 Black Adder Goes Escape To The Country 8.30 Bridget Jones’s Whip It! 12.00 Adult Swim 12.30 Venture Forth 12.00 Hope And Wire 1.00 Infomercial Diary 10.30 Nick Knowles 11.30 Anthony Bros 1.00 Way Stranger Than Ficon Bourdain 12.30 Mighty Cruise Ships 1.30 Travel Oz SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 The Bowls Show 2.00 Speedweek 4.00 Cycling: InCycle 4.30 Cycling: La Vuelta Highlights 5.00 Small Business Secrets 5.30 The Hollywood War 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 The Reak Noah’s Ark 8.30 Shakespeare’s Tomb 9.35 The Secret History Of ISIS 10.35 Miracle Landing On The Hudson 12.15 Movie: Happy Happy 1.45 Movie: The Admiral 4.00 Nature’s Classroom

PRIME 6.00 Home Shopping 6.30 Henry Hugglemonster 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.30 Seven’s VFL 2016 2.30 2016 AFL Premiership Round 23: Hawthorn v Collingwood 7.00 TBA 8.00 Sunday Night 9.00 TBA 11.00 Move: The Suicide Tree 12.00 Scandal 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GO 4.30 Power Rangers 5.00 Jusce League Unlimited 5.30 Ben 10 6.00 Batman 6.30 Lost In Space 9.00 Transcendence 11.00 Balefield Earth 1.20 Adult Swim 1.25 Aqua Teen Hunger Force 1.35 Harvey Birdman 1.50 Venture Bros 2.20 Way Stranger Than Ficon

SC NINE WIN VIC 6.00 Paw Patrol 6.30 Dora The 6.00 This Is Your Day With Benny Explorer 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Hinn Wide World of Sports 11.00 The 6.30 Hillsong Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 12.30 Footy 7.00 Joseph Prince SA 1.00 Subaru Full Cycle 7.30 Joel Osteen 8.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 2.30 TBA 8.30 Just Go 3.00 Human Planet 9.00 Everyday Gourmet 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 Weekend Feast 6.00 Nine News 2.00 Far Flung With Gary Mehigan 7.00 The Block 3.00 I Fish 8.30 60 Minutes 3.30 RPM GP 9.30 The Wolf Of Wall Street (MA) 4.00 Supercars 1.00 Constanne 2.00 The Baron 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 3.00 Global Shop 6.00 Family Feud 3.30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 6.30 Modern Family 4.00 Good Morning America 7.30 Australian Survivor 9.10 The Maze Runner GEM 10.30 Warlords Of Atlans 12.30 The 7 TWO 6.00 Mighty Ships 7.00 For The Love of Dogs 7.30 Britain’s Busiest Airport 8.30 Gardin Gurus 1.00 The Garden Gurus 1.30 Escape To The Country 9.30 Escape To The Sunday Footy Show (NRL) 3.30 Sunday Connent 10.45 Mighty Ships 11.45 Escape Football: Newcastle Knights v South Sydney To the Country 1.45 Escape To The Connent Rabbitohs (Live) 6.00 Anques Roadshow 6.30 RBT 7.30 Death In Paradise


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SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Murder In My House (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 9.30 The Big Bang Theory 11.00 The Goldbergs 12.00 Packed To The Raers 1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Naonal Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Extra 1.30 The Block 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Block 8.30 Movie:TBA 10.10 Footy Classified 11.10 Community 11.40 What Would You Do? 12.35 Anger Management 1.00 Short Poppies

7 MATE 3.00 Seinfeld 3.30 Billy The Exterminator 4.00 Hillbilly Handfishin’ 5.00 Canadian Pickers 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Talking Footy 8.30 Storage Wars 9.30 Baggage Bales 10.30 Hardcore Pawn 12.00 Talking Footy SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Betrayed At 17 (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.30 800 Words 9.30 Winners & Losers 10.30 Chicargo Fire 11.30 Bates Motel 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Extra 1.30 Hot In Cleveland 2.00 The Block 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Nine’s Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Block 8.40 Movie: TBA 9.40 Kings Cross ER 10.00 Embarrassing Bodies Downunder 11.40 A To Z

7 MATE 5.00 Canadian Pickers 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 Highway Patrol 8.30 Megatruckers 9.00 Ice Road Truckers 10.00 Counng Cars 10.30 Restoraon Garage 11.30 Car Chasers SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Smoke Screen (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.30 The Durrells 9.30 TBA 10.30 Air Crash Invesgaons 11.30 Autopsy 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

WIN SA ABC 1 SBS ONE PRIME SC NINE WIN VIC 6.00 Sunrise 5.00 World Watch 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home 6.00 Today 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC 9.00 The Morning Show Team 7.00 Win’s All Australian News 9.00 Today Extra Team 7.00 Win’s All Australian News News Mornings 10.00 Landline 11.00 2.00 Andre Rieu: Magic Of The 11.30 Seven Morning News Waltz 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 11.30 Naonal Morning News 8.00 Entertainment Tonight 8.30 Compass 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 12.00 Midday Movie: Murder In 3.50 Coast Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr 12.00 Ellen Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr ABC News 1.00 Grand Designs New My House (M) 5.00 Cycling: La Vuelta Phil 1.00 T.B.A 1.00 Extra Phil 1.00 T.B.A Zealand 1.45 David Aenborough’s 2.00 The Daily Edion 5.30 Leers And Numbers 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 1.30 The Block 2.00 Entertainment Tonight Natrual History Museum Alive 2.50 3.00 The Chase 6.00 Nigella Express 2.30 Ben’s Menu 3.00 Nine News Now 2.30 Ben’s Menu The Cook And The Chef 3.20 The Bill 4.00 Seven News At 4 6.30 SBS World News 3.00 Judge Judy 4.00 Aernoon News 3.00 Judge Judy 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 ABC 5.00 The Chase Australia 7.30 24 Hours In Emergency 5.00 Nine News Adelaide News Early 3.30 My Market Kitchen 3.30 My Market Kitchen 6.00 Seven News 8.30 Ye: Man, Myth Or Beast 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.00 Ben’s Menu 5.30 The Drum 7.00 Home And Away 10.15 SBS World News Late Edion 6.00 Nine News 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 6.00 One Plus One 7.30 TBA 10.50 The World Game 7.00 A Current Affair 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.10 Pointless 9.30 The Big Bang Theory 11.20 Spiral 7.30 The Block 6.00 Family Fued 6.00 Family Fued 7.00 ABC News 11.00 The Goldbergs 1.20 Movie: The Truck 8.30 Movie:TBA 6.30 The Project 6.30 The Project 7.30 7.30 3.00 Clown - Frank’s Cool Vacaon 12.00 Packed To The Raers 10.10 Footy Classified 7.30 All Star Family Feud 7.30 All Star Family Feud 8.00 Australian Story 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Coppers 11.10 Community 8.30 Have You Been Paying 8.30 Have You Been Paying 8.30 Four Corners 5.30 Sunrise 4.25 Food Lovers’ Guide To 11.40 What Would You Do? Aenon? Aenon? 9.20 Media Watch Australia 12.35 Anger Management 9.30 The Odd Couple 9.30 The Odd Couple 9.35 Q&A 1.00 Short Poppies 10.30 NCIS 10.30 NCIS 10.40 Lateline 1.30 Extra 11.30 Win’s All Australian News GEM 2.00 Come Dine With Me 2.30 RBT ONE HD 1.00 Matlock 2.00 Vegas 3.00 Jake GO 4.30 Batman 5.00 Steven Universe ELEVEN 5.00 Frasier 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 7 TWO 4.00 Medical Emergency 4.30 60 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 3.30 Heartbeat 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Met Your Mother 8.00 Fresh Off The Boat Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 Top 6.30 Friends 7.30 David Aenborough’s The Cies Of The Underworld 8.30 Wallander 8.30 The Simpsons 9.30 Sleepy Hollow 11.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Undercover Boss 9.30 2016 Gear 9.00 Movie: Pulp Ficon (MA) 12.00 Hunt 8.40 Cosmos: A Spaceme Odyssey 10.30 Air Crash Invesgaons 11.30 Bargin The Late Late Show Formula 1 Belgan Grand Prix 10.30 Man Man And Machine 12.30 Adventure Time 9.40 Nature’s Weirdest Events 10.50 Hunt 12.00 Love Joy Seeking Woman 1.00 Regular Show Hurricane 360 11.50 Black Adder Goes Forth

ELEVEN 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 Neighbours 7.05 The Simpsons 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Futurama 8.30 Movie: The Rocky Horror Picture Show (M) 10.25 How I Met Your Mother 10.55 The Late Late Show 12.00 Love Island

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Extra 1.30 Hot In Cleaveland 2.00 The Block 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Nine’s Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Block 8.40 Movie: TBA 11.00 Stalker 12.00 Weeds 12.30 Anger Management 1.00 Extra

7 MATE 5.00 CAnadian Pickers 6.00 American Pickers 7.00 Pawn Stars 7.30 American Dad 8.30 The Big Bang Theory 10.00 Family Guy 11.00 Rude Tube 11.30 1000 Ways To Die 12.00 Hard Knocks 2016

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home Team 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 The Great Australian Spelling Bee 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Ben’s Menu 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 Modern Family 8.00 Life In Pieces 8.30 NCIS 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles

ONE HD 1.00 Matlock 2.00 Vegas 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnoss Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 48 Hours 8.30 Movie: Red Dragon (M) 11.00 Rosewood 12.00 Star Trek: Voyager

WIN SA 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home Team 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 The Bachelor Australia 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 8.30 Offspring 9.30 NCIS 10.30 Hawaii Five-O 11.30 Win’s All Australian News

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 9.30 Bob’s Burgers 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 The Late Late Show 12.00 The King Of Queens

ABC 1 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Four Corners 10.45 Media Watch 11.00 Back Roads 11.30 Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Pointless 1.50 Parliament Queson Time 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 One Plus One 6.10 Pointless 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 TBA 9.30 Foreign Correspondent 10.00 Meet The Mavericks 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Business 11.20 Q&A

SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour 2.00 The Celc Tenors 3.00 SBS Identy 3.05 Years Of Living Dangerously 4.05 Operaon Maneater 5.00 Cycling: La Vuelta 5.30 Leers And Numbers 6.00 Nigellissima 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Rotals Who Rescued The Monarchy 8.30 Insight 9.30 Dateline 10.00 SBS World News: Late Edion 10.30 The Legacy 12.40 Wallander 2.25 The Dales With Ade

GO 4.30 Batman 5.00 Steven Universe 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 Lip Sync Bale 8.30 David Hasselhoff Roast 10.00 Two And A Half Men 11.00 Balls Of Steel Australia 12.00 Man And Machine

ABC 1 SBS ONE 5.00 World Watch 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC 1.00 PBS Newshour News Mornings 10.00 Q&A 11.30 2.00 Hermitage Revealed Eggheads 12.00 ABC News 12.30 3.00 Dateline Naonal Press Club Address 1.30 3.30 Insight Jennifer Byrne Presents 7 Deadly 4.30 Lions On The Move Sins 2.00 Parliament Queson Time 5.30 Leer and Numbers 2.45 The Cook And The Chef 3.15 The Bill 4.10 Murder, She Wrote 5.00 6.00 Nigellissima ABC News: Early 5.30 The Drum 6.00 6.30 SBS World News 7.30 Great American Railroad One Plus One 6.10 Pointless 7.00 Journeys ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Anh Do’s 8.30 24 Hours In Emergency Brush With Fame 10.30 SBS World News: Late 8.30 Gruen Edion 9.05 The Katering Show 11.00 How Safe Are My Drugs? 9.20 You Can’t Ask That 12.00 Movie: Qissa 9.35 Soul Mates II 2.00 Movie: Shaolin 10.10 Would I Lie To You? 4.25 Food Lovers’ Guide To 10.45 Lateline Australia 11.15 The Business

ONE HD 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 M*A*S*H 7.30 Meganature 8.30 Megafactories 9.30 Netball: 2016 Internaonal Test Series 11.30 Sons Of Anarchy 12.30 Home Shopping

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PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Betrayed At 17 (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.30 800 Words 9.30 Winners & Losers 10.30 Chicargo Fire 11.30 Bates Motel 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GEM 10.30 Come Dine With Me 11.00 Friends 12.00 The Loves Of Joanna Goodden (PG) 1.50 Come Dine With Me 2.20 Cosmos: A Space Time Odyssey 3.20 David Aenborough’s The Hunt 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Call The

PRIME 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Midday Movie: Smoke Screen (M) 2.00 The Daily Edion 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 TBA 8.30 The Durrells 9.30 TBA 10.30 Air Crash Invesgaons 11.30 Autopsy 12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Sunrise

GO 4.30 Batman 5.00 Steven Universe 5.30 Teen Titans 6.00 Regular Show 6.30 Adventure Time 7.00 The Middle 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 9.00 Movie: Horrible Bosses (MA) 11.00 Boogie Nights 2.00 Surfing Australia TV

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Extra 1.30 Hot In Cleveland 2.00 The Block 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Nine’s Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Block 8.40 Movie: TBA 9.40 Kings Cross ER 10.00 Embarrassing Bodies Downunder 11.40 A To Z

7 TWO 4.00 Mediacal Emergency 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Kingdom 8.30 Inspector Morse 10.50 The Border 11.50 Bargin Hunt 12.50 Love Joy

SC NINE 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Extra 1.30 Hot In Cleaveland 2.00 The Block 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Nine’s Aernoon News 5.00 Nine News Adelaide 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Block 8.40 Movie: TBA 11.00 Stalker 12.00 Weeds 12.30 Anger Management 1.00 Extra

GEM 12.00 The Bletchley Circle 1.10 Call The Midwife 2.20 Poirot 4.30 Ellen 5.30 Gilmore Girls 6.30 Friends 7.30 Miss Marple 8.40 Midsomer Murders 10.50 Silent Witness 12.00 Hope And Wire 1.00 Gideon’s Way

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home Team 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 The Great Australian Spelling Bee 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Ben’s Menu 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 Modern Family 8.00 Life In Pieces 8.30 NCIS 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles

WIN VIC 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Home Team 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 The Bachelor Australia 2.10 Entertainment Tonight 2.40 Good Chef Bad Chef 3.10 Judge Judy 3.40 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Ben’s Menu 4.30 Bold & The Beauful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Bachelor Australia 8.30 Offspring 9.30 NCIS 10.30 Hawaii Five-O 11.30 Win’s All Australian News

7 TWO 4.00 Medical Emergency 4.30 60 Minute Makeover 6.30 Bargain Hunt 7.30 Doc Marn 8.30 Lewis 10.30 How Britain Worked 11.30 Bargin Hunt 12.30 Love Joy 1.30 Harry’s Pracce


Local Sport PIONEERS WIN THROUGH TO ANOTHER CONFERENCE FINAL It didn’t really go as expected or as the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers would have planned in a perfect world but the outcome was exactly what the reigning South Conference and SEABL champions were after – a win and a home grand final. Brad Hill was sidelined as he battles tendinitis, taking away one of the team’s most consistent scorers. And if before the match you had said guard Tom Daly would be the leading rebounder for the Pioneers, no one would have believed you. Then there was the skipper Matt Sutton. He has played more limited minutes in 2016 but stepped up to the plate big time on Friday night, hitting four from seven from beyond the arc, to end up with 16 points, playing 31 minutes and ensuring the loss of Hill was not too keenly felt. It was the second time the Pioneers have tasted victory against the Hobart Chargers on the Apple Isle, and after a tight opening quarter, it was in a blistering second term, that the Pioneers took control. With scores locked away at 29 points apiece Sutton hit one of his four threes to give the Pioneers the lead for the first time since the opening minutes of the game and it sparked a 23-4 run that saw the Pioneers eventually turn a four point quarter time deficit into a seven point half time lead. The Pioneers looked to build on that advantage in the third, starting the quarter with a Desmond Simmons three, blowing out to 20 points with four and a half minutes to play in the third, when Tyrone Lee added to his extensive highlight reel with a dunk. By the final change it was 15 point lead but with a home crowd behind the, the Pioneers knew the Chargers would fight back. Daly looked to take the crowd out of it early with an early basket from three point territory, but the challenge was mounted, the Chargers working their way back to within eight points, when Shane Southwell and Tom Wright hit back to back threes, and with two and a half minutes still to play, it was game on. But the visitors settled, found their radar again and ran out 14 point winners, bringing yet another South Conference final to the Icehouse pine for home fans to enjoy. It was a critical win for the

KNT FOOTBALL

KNT NETBALL

A GRADE

A GRADE

Naracoorte 5.2 7.3 10.7 17.7 (109) Kingston 1.4 5.4 7.9 7.10 (52) Goals - Naracoorte: T. Burns 3; C. Myall, R. Pendle, F. Day, S. Willson 2; B. Hill, S. Patterson, K. Jacobs, J. Kelson, M. Gill, G. McWaters. Kingston: B. Warner 3; R. Clarke 2; K. Lohde, G. Brice-Marwood. Best - Naracoorte: K. Jacobs, M. Gill, J. MacDonald, J. Cother, S. Willson, C. Myall. Kingston: B. Warner, S. Robertson, B. Major, N. Kilsby, T. Baker. Mundulla 6.2 6.7 9.9 11.10 (76) Kybybolite 0.2 2.5 3.8 4.11 (35) Goals - Mundulla: L. Wiese, S. Luckett 3; B. Packer 2; J. Hinge, B. Douglas, D. Ridgway. Kybybolite: S. Craig 2; S. Carberry, M. Pfitzner. Best - Mundulla: T. Perfry, T. Ballinger, L. Wiese, J. Grosser, D. Ridgway, S. Luckett. Kybybolite: D. Schinckel, J. Jaensch, S. Munn, D. Brodie, C. McPherson. Penola 8.6 15.9 20.12 27.23 (185) Border Districts 1.0 3.0 4.1 4.1 (25) Goals - Penola: M. Skrypek 6; S. Berkefeld, M. Ferguson, A. Merrett 5; M. Willson, B. Lindner, J. Galpin 2. Border Districts: O. Gabbe 2; J. Shepherd, D. Hargraves. Best - Penola: S. Berkefeld, B. Lindner, J. Galpin, M. Skrypek, M. Willson, B. Maney. Border Disteicts: D. Papazoglov, D. Skinner, O. Gabbe, B. Keast, B. Nolan, N. Tarca. Padthaway 6.1 12.3 18.7 23.12 (150) Kaniva Leeor 0.2 2.3 3.4 3.5 (23) Goals - No details. Best - No details. Lucindale 4.3 10.5 14.8 16,10 (106) Bordertown 2.2 6.2 7.6 14.8 (92) Goals - Lucindale: R. Hadnbury 4; M. Kelsh, S. Mardling 3; S. Teakle 2; S. Graetz, T. Menz, R. McInerney, H. Cox. Bordertown: G. Robinson 6; C. McCarthy 3; L. Eats 2; H. Fromm, K. Cuthbertson, C. Clark. Best - Lucindale: R. Handbury, M. Snowball, R. McInerney, T. Logan, S. Graetz, M. Kelsh. Bordertown: N. Clark, J. Searle, G. Robinson, H. Fromm, B. Paech, C. McCarthy.

Bordertown 41 d Lucindale 39 Padthaway 40 (A. Harris, R. Kirkham) d Kaniva Leeor 21 (E. Bennett, C. Feder) Penola 44 d Border Districts 36 Mundulla 74 (P. Marra, D. Wiese) d Kybybolite 35 (A. Mould, L. Sandercock) Naracoorte 70 (M. Fennell, E. Hunter) d Kingston 24 (E. Wright, N. Pink)

B GRADE

Bordertown 82 (H. Weatherald, A. Hinge) d Lucindale 8 (C. Smith, G. Snodgrass) Penola 35 d Border Districts 33 Kybybolite 35 (K. Burtt, P. Lees) drew with Mundulla 35 (T. Thorpe. K. Couzner) Naracoorte 73 d Kingston 10

Naracoorte 16.4 (100) d Kingston 12.6 (78) Mundulla 17.20 (122) d Kybybolite 4.4 (28) Penola 22.18 (150) d Border Districts 2.1 (13) Padthaway 9.14 (68) d Kaniva Leeor 8.9 (57) Bordertown 14.13 (97) d LKucindale 2.3 (15)

SENIOR COLTS Naracoorte 11.8 (74) d Kingston 6.2 (38) Kybybolite 3.9 (27) d Mundulla 4.2 (26) Bordertown 15.9 (99) d Penola 1.1 (7)

JUNIOR COLTS

reigning titleholders. It gives them a home court advantage and it gives Hill an extra week to rest and recover. Simmons was a key for the Pioneers, finishing the match with a game high 21 points, also pulling in eight rebounds – all on the defensive boards – and also conjuring a steal. He was the go to man in the opening quarter, where he picked up eight of his 21 points, and he also had a huge third quarter, hitting two threes along the way. Simmons was well supported by Sutton (16); Erik Burdon (14); Lee (11) and Daly (10), with Daly also pulling in that team high 10 rebounds. The Pioneers won all the key stats – rebounds, field goal percentage, success from three point territory and finishing from the charity stripe. They did cough up more turnovers, but in the end, keeping the Chargers to less than 70 points for the first time in 2016 and getting the win, means the dual title defences are still well and truly on track. Hobart takes on Albury Wodonga this weekend for a spot in the South Conference final. Ticketing arrangements for the grand final will be finalised after preliminary final weekend so keep an eye on social media and the local media as well. Above (top)- Demons Simmons (pictured in action earlier this season at the Icehouse) was one of the key performers in the Pioneers’ semi final win over Hobart on Friday night.. Above (bottom) - Tyrone Lee will be looking to light up the Icehouse on September 3 in the South Conference final. PHOTOS COURTESY OF GAVIN MALE

Kingston 7.11 (53) d Naracoorte 0.3 (3) Kybybolite 9.12 (66) d Mundulla 1.0 (6) Penola 10.0 (60) d Border Districts 0.0 (0) Bordertown 2.4 (16) d Padthaway/Lucindale 0.4 (4)

HAMPDEN FNL - A GRADE FOOTBALL Port Fairy 22.8 (140) d Portland 12.7 (79) Koroit 14.21 (105) d Hamilton Kangaroos 4.2 (26) NETBALL Port Fairy 37 d Portland 31 (L. Kelly, J. Piergrosse, E. Humphries) Koroit 50 d Hamilton Kangaroos 27 (R. Lewis, T. Morris, A. Cottrill)

INDOOR BOWLS - PENNANT RESULTS Mount Gambier Community RSL Pennants - Round 16 Kilsby Shield Glenburnie 73 d Mil-Lel 29, Commercial Club Gold 57 d Saints 39, Post-Tel 58 d RSL & District Gold 50 Malseed Shield Kongorong 70 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 37, Moorak Red 55 d Yahl 54, Moorak Blue 68 d Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 45 Premiership points after Round 16 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 25 points, 141.60%; RSL & District Gold 24, 133.86; Commercial Club Gold 24, 121.73; Glenburnie 22, 123.72; Saints 18, 108.36; Glencoe 9, 71.77; Mil-Lel 6, 57.53. Malseed Shield Kongorong 27 points, 131.58%; Moorak Blue 17, 95.56; Blue Lake Bowlers White 17, 92.28; Yahl 14, 109.91; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 11, 87.27; Moorak Red 10, 85.20

BASKETBALL - SECBL A GRADE MEN’S A GRADE Saints 73 (E. Pepper 23; J. Murphy 22; S. Lonergan 11) d Wizards 60 (C. Mason 32; B. Close, P. Loring 9); Bulldogs 86 (M. Berkefeld 29; S. Sochacki 26; J. Jenner 21) d Panthers 79 (D. Brown 26; M. Mott, J. Ryan 14); Cougars 20 received a forfeit from Roos 0 WOMEN’S A GRADE (PRELIMINARY FINAL) Cougars 64 (T. Gray 28; E. McDiarmid 16; M. Watson 10) d Panthers 51 (E. McKay, B. Stratford 17; S. Bawden 9)

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A RESERVE Bordertown 67 (L. Virgin, K. Fromm) d Lucindale 24 (T. Maxwell, J. Ferguson) Kaniva Leeor 58 (T. Vivian, R. Clayton) d Padthaweay 34 (I. Venables, M. Maynard) Penola 82 (H. Klemm) d Border Districts 26 (J. Allen, A. Walter) Kybybolite 41 (L. Sandercock, T. Crane) d Mundulla 34 (S. Bailey, S. Robert) Naracoorte 50 (J. Hartree, S. Henschke) d Kingston 23 (C. Decaux, G. Mills)

B GRADE

Lucindale 31 (M. Dupree, H. Ware) d Bordertown 27 (A. McDonald, C. Searle) Kaniva Leeor 45 (K. King, N. Creaser) d Padthaway 29 (S. Kotua, B. Crisp) Border Districts 34 d Penola 33 Mundulla 41 (R. Colwill, K. Hinge) d Kybybolite 18 (J. Mark, F. Slotegraf) Naracoorte 53 (F. Standley, F. Aitken) d Kingston 24 (K. Hines, A. Stenner)

C GRADE Bordertown 47 (L. Jones, J. Stout) d Lucindale 43 (C. Ryan, L. Smith) Padthaeay 32 (S/ Stevens, M. Smith) d Kanvoa Leeor 20 (K. Hawker, K. Meyer) Penola 52 d Border Districts 14 Mundulla 36 (C. Rothall, L. Staude) d Kybybolite 31 (H. Clothier, L. James) Kingston 33 (C. Northern, J. Troeth) d Naracoorte 27 (K. Bruce, E. Wilson)

17 & UNDER Border Districts 47 d Penola 37 Mundulla 51 (I. Melino, C. Grosser) d Kybybolite 30 (K. Motteram, S. Maber) Kingston 66 (N. Gluyas, E. Peters) d Naracoorte 22 (R. Nine, O. Neagle)

15 & UNDER A

15 & UNDER B Penola 46 d Border Districts 18 Kybybolite 33 (M. Nolan, M. Todarello) d Mundulla 25 (T. Lock, T. Puckridge)

13 & UNDER A Lucindale 36 (G. Bittner, J. Allsop) d Bordertown 16 (J. Schneider, N. Ballinger) Padthaway 32 (P. Moyle0Read, L. Brown) d Kanvia Leeor 19 (I. Dickinson, J. Hawker) Penola 40 (S. Flint) d Border Districts 20 Kybybolite 33 (B. Ewer, S. Shepherd) d Mundulla 23 (E. Mudge, E. Lock) Naracoorte 40 (G. Romer, C. Burke) d Kingston 32 (Z. Lewis, E. Watson)

13 & UNDER B Lucindale 13 d Bordertown 9 Kanvia Leeor 17 (E. Buttigeig, E. Vivian) d Padthaway 16 (K. Venables, O. Grundy) Kybybolite 13 (J. Schultz, C. Cane) drew with Mundulla 13 (M. Green, A. Reed) Naracoorte 29 d Kingston 21

MT GAMBIER NETBALL - A GRADE Hobitz 63 (E. Mansell, K. Stewart) d Intruders 27 (T. Moreland, J. Laube) Saints 45 (K. Spada, P. Primmer) d Vicis 28 (A. Beer, B. O’Donohoe)

SWDFL - A GRADE QUALIFYING FINAL Coleraine 5.0 8.4 11.5 13.10 (88) Dartmoor 6.1 10.2 13.2 14.2 (86) Goals - Coleraine: D. Russell 3; B. Rhook, A. Whale 2; C. Tosetti, K. Rowland, A. Gould, A. Richardson, J. Brown, L. Kaine. Dartmoor: D. Monaghan 5; K. Smith 3; J. Polaski, T. McKinnon, C. Howlett, M. Bull. Best - Coleraine: D. Russell, A. Gould, B. Rhook, K. Rowland, J. Povey, T. Row. Dartmoor: Z. Howlett, N. Lloyd, J. Polaski, M. Von Duve, D. Monaghan, K. Smith.

FULL FINALS RESULTS FROM THE SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE. KOWREE-NARACOORTE-TATIARA FOOTBALL & NETBALL FINALS START THIS WEEKEND, AS DO THE WESTERN BORDER FINALS. HAMPDEN FOOTBALL & NETBALL HAS ONE MORE WEEK OF MINOR ROUND ACTION.


MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL

TIGERS OVERRUN DEMONS Tantanoola’s season is still alive. The Tigers didn’t enjoy the lead in the Mid South East Football League until about halfway through the final quarter but in less than ideal conditions, the Tigers remain in what is an open premiership race. Played in heavy rain and with more mud than grass on the Kalangadoo Oval, it was Port MacDonnell that got the better of the start and the Demons enjoyed a three goal quarter time lead. That lead was reduced to two goals by half time and despite the Demons dominating possession in the third quarter, they could not translate that dominance to the scoreboard and at the final change it was an eight point advantage. It was all the Tigers in the final quarter, though, and if they had been able to convert their opportunities accurately, it could have been a more comfortable margin. The Tigers slotted 2.9 while the Demons went scoreless, scoring only four points in the entire second half, and advanced to the preliminary final with a 13 point victory. “The game was there for the

taking in the last quarter,” said vanquished coach Leigh Capewell. “I thought our effort was good, it was 100 percent.” With players all but unidentifiable by the final quarter, Tantanoola hit the front around halfway through the quarter, but at the 20 minute mark the lead was only five points and both teams were still in the hunt. “They were cleaner with their ball use,” Capewell said. “We were good for three quarters and then they ran over the top of us. I thought it was a tremendous effort.” The Demons have battled plenty of adversity in 2016, with a number of key players succumbing to injury during the season, but it gave the club a chance to blood eight or nine new kids into the senior line-up. “Every time this season I asked them to step up, they rose to the challenge,” Capewell said. One of those youngsters, Nick Driver, was one of the Demons’ best in the loss. “I thought it was his best game for the club,” Capewell said. But in the end, it was the usual suspects that got the job done early for the Demons – class act Will MacDonald, who would well snare another Mail Medal this week, Ben Mcgregor, on of those players that has battled injury in 2016, and Ben O’Dine, one of those players who is perfectly suited to the hard slog of the heavy conditions. “He just bullocked his way through and kept getting the ball,” Capewell said. Matt Roscow was also one of the Demons’ best, with his ball use second to none in the tough conditions. Victorious coach Jason Dawe said he was proud of his players’ efforts. “We just went really small in the last quarter and the boys really had a crack,” he said. The Tigers even threw talented youngster Bryce Radley into the ruck where his leap was pivotal, despite the fact he was clearly outsized. Brayden Lane was also a key – only one of two players to kick multiple goals, picking up three majors, and in actual, he could have ended up with a bag given the opportunities. “He (Lane) has basically been a B Grade player for us but this year he knuckled down and got a taste,” Dawe said.

A GRADE Tantnaoola 1.2 4.5 5.7 7.16 (58) Port MacDonnell 4.3 6.5 6.9 6.9 (45) Goals - Tantanoola: B. Lane 3; T. Holmes, A. Gregory, T. Hatt, L. Smith. Pt Mac: L. McIntyre 2; Z. Williams, M. Roscow, J. Bromley, N. Wilke. Best - Tantanoola: B. Lane, C. Williams, B. Radley, C. Hudson, T. Holmes, B. Chant. Pt Mac: M. Roscow, W. MacDonald, B. O’Dine, N. Driver, W. Chant, M. Smith.

B GRADE

Kalangadoo 5.4 8.6 10.9 14.11 (95) Kongorong 2.0 2.4 4.5 5.5 (35) Goals - Kalangadoo: S. Casey 3; L. Peacock, D. Barlow, B. Emms, C. Auld 2; J. Kilsby, C. Redford, S. Agnew. Kongorong: J. Reed, W. Attiwill, T. Von Stanke, S. Sutherland, J. Mullan. Best - Kalangadoo: B. Tiller, D. Barlow, J. McPhail, C. Auld, D. Vine, T. Scholz. Kongorong: J. Mullan, B. Kranz, T. Von Stanke, S. Sutherland, M. Lucas.

SENIOR COLTS

Robe 4.2 8.4 10.7 15.10 (100) Kalangadoo 0.1 2.4 4.6 5.8 (38) Goals - Robe: J. Sneath 7; J. Tomlinson 3; A. Weir, T. Wilfred 2; H. Smith. Kalangadoo: T. McManus 2; J. Catlson, S. McManus, J. Burford. Best - Robe: K. Smith, J. Sneath, A. Weir, J. Tomlinson, M. Hansberry, T. Wilfred. Kalangadoo: S. McManus, B. McMurtrie, I. Arthurson, B. Stott, T. McManus, C. Jones.

JUNIOR COLTS

Robe 0.0 1.0 1.4 3.4 (22) Mt Burr 0.3 0.4 1.5 2.7 (19) Goals - Robe: P. Matthews, H. Bigmore, B. Nicolle. Mt Burr: J. Wilson, H. Corman. Best - Robe: H. Bigmore, J. Dutton, N. Enright, B. Legoe, P. Matthews, G. Dutton. Mt Burr: N. Hales, J. Wilson, F. Johnston, N. Cutting, B. Scott, J. Muhovics.

And the conditions were certainly in his favour. Not blessed with great pace, Lane used his superior strength and ability to win the ball on the ground to set up his opportunities. Tom Holmes was also a key for the Tigers, his experience, footy smarts and class, leading the way. For Capewell, it was a disappointing end to his time at the seaside – he has handed over the reins to Ben McGregor. Mt Burr and Kalangadoo face off this weekend in the 2nd semi final, with a berth in the 2016 grand final on the line. Tantanoola will be focussing on recovery this week, with the heavy conditions sure to take its toll, but with two

weeks to freshen up, it could be argued the Tigers will be better positioned in the preliminary final than whoever their opponent is, having only a week to recover from a tough second semi. The 2nd semi finals are being played at Kongorong.

up 22 misses. Given the age of some of the Tigers, though, this is a team on the rise. Gould certainly held her own in her first senior final and Alana Fensom and Victoria Lucas both showed enough on the wings to show they are players for the future for the Tigers. For the Demons, Heald continued her stellar form of the past month, while Gilmore and Roach showed great composure on the shot. Kalangadoo and Hatherleigh face off this weekend at Kongorong for a direct path to the grand final, while the Demons will look to fine tune and find some consistency on the training track ahead of the September 3 preliminary final.

Bottom (left) - Tantanoola wing attack Alana Fensom takes this ball strongly despite the pressure fcoming from Port MacDonnell’s Narelle Lewis.

Far left - Blake Lynch looks to take possession despite the attention from Tom Holmes. Above - Daron McElroy marks strongly. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE

BLISTERING START SETS UP DEMONS WIN The Port MacDonnell footballers got off to a flier at the weekend and so did their netballers. The difference was, the Demons netballers held on for a win and a spot in the preliminary final. Port MacDonnell were relentless with their defensive intensity in the opening quarter and clinical in their ball movement in attack and the demons had seven on the board before the Tigers fired a shot. By quarter time the lead was 12, with Sophie Roach and Tom Gilmore making sure their dominance in possession was reflected in the scoreboard, while at the other end, the Demons defenders were on top, Megan Hein and Ash Heald putting plenty of pressure over the shot and rebounding strongly. The Demons created plenty of turnovers as they worked tirelessly through the mid court to force the Tigers into error and the match loomed as a one sided contest. But the Tigers were far from done and on the back of a best on court performance from centre Jess Bell, started to claw their way back. Jami Walker started to find her range on the shot, finishing accurately from all parts of the circle, while at the other end of the court young defender Emma Gould was certainly making Roach earn every possession with her tight checking defence and willingness to contest everything. In the final quarter, the Tigers were able to

reduce the deficit to four goals but the experienced Demons stood tall and with Roach and Gilmore finishing with clinical accuracy, they were able to extend their 2016 season for at least one more final. The Demons switched Lisa Fyfe and Megan Hein for the frenetic final quarter and Fyfe’s ability to pull in rebounds certainly ensured any miss from the Tigers shooters was a turnover. In the end, it was the first 15 minutes that decided the game – that and the difference in accuracy for the two teams. Roach and Gilmore missed only nine shots between them for the clash, while Tantanoola racked

Bottom (right) - Port MacDonnell’s Marie Lewis and talented Tantanoola teenager Victoria Lucas look to win the race to this loose ball. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL 1ST SEMI FINALS (PLAYED AT KALANGADOO) A GRADE Port MacDonnell 47 (S. Roach. A. Heald) d Tantanoola 37 (J. Bell, E. Gould)

A RESERVE Robe 40 (I. Deane, F. Carter) d Hatherleigh 37 (S. Haines, L. MacGregor)

B GRADE kalangadoo 50 (S. Durbridge, E. Schultz) d Robe 36 9(. Sawyer, C. Venn)

B RESERVE Port MacDonnell 56 (R. McGregor, S. Kain) d Kongorong 38 (R. Perry, S. Hawkins)

17 & UNDER Hatherleigh 41 (M. Pulmer, C. Futcher) d Glencoe 28 (S. Edwards, M. Watson)

15 & UNDER Kalangadoo 20 (C. Croser, J. Ryan) d Kongorong 0 (S. Modra, W. Emery-AtutahiJennings) - Kongorong won the match but Kalangadoo won on forfeit after a player eligibility infraction)

13 & UNDER Kalangadoo 38 (E. Mulraney, J. Crowhurst) d Kongorong 25 (Z. Von Stanke, B. Miller)

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Local Sport WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL

NATIONAL TITLE FOR BOXER ON THE RISE Bobby Trigg is happy and proud to have claimed his first Australian title as a professional – the Australian Bantam Weight Professional Title earlier this month. But in reality, there was something else about the fight that made him really thrilled – it was the first time he went the distance, the full 10 rounds, in fact, it was the first time he had gone beyond four rounds. For Trigg to last the 10, three minute rounds in only his third professional fight was astonishing – his coach Colin Cassidy had fought 22 times before he was forced to last the full 10 rounds. “He fought at a ridiculous pace,” Cassidy said. “He monstered the guy (his opponent) from go to whoa.” Mark Quan was Trigg’s opponent in the title fight and he certainly held the experience edge. Quan had 88 amateur and 19 professional bouts under his belt, while Trigg had fought 34 times as an amateur and was fronting up for his third fight as a professional. Trigg took the title in the ring at the Melbourne Pavilion and looks set to return to the scene of his triumph for a fight on October 24, which could well see Anthony Mundine on the card as a lead up to his Danny Green clash. He also has another gig, with details yet to be confirmed, in December. “The good thing was, I just felt stronger and stronger as the fight went on,” Trigg said. Getting the promising 22 year old Mount Gambier boxer to this national title was certainly a team effort. Fellow Mount Gambier professional Sam Jakutavicius was his corner man and will be from this point going forward wherever and whenever he fights and Trigg’s father David was also ringside to help with the preparations. “Sam is very knowledgeable and could give some good advice,” Cassidy said. “They both had their first pro fight at the same time in Warrnambool.” Zach Doidge has also had a role to play as Trigg’s personal trainer for the strength side of his regime. Both Cassidy and Trigg believe it was that training that helped Trigg cope with his first 10 round bout. That training will now not just continue but ramp up even more, as will the morning runs, and sparring and working out in Cassidy’s gym on a weekly basis. “He only gets Sundays off,” Cassidy said. “When he is not here sparring, he is training in his gym at home, out for a run or working.”

A GRADE South Gambier 4.2 9.5 15.10 23.14 (152) West Gambier 3.0 4.2 4.2 5.4 (34) Goals - South: B. Kain 6; B. O’Neil 4; B. Howard, A. Bryant, D. Liston, J. Weaver 2; J. Capewell, J. Schleter, S. Fleming, L. Denton, B. Saffin. West: D. Robbins 2; H. Medhurst, M. Kipping. Best - South: B. O’Neil, B. Saffin, B. Kain, B. Howard, B. Bryant, L. Denton. West: R. Lindner, A. Gibbs, D. Robbins, A. Pfitzner, M. Kipping, M. Hunter. North Gambier 5.3 8.8 13.11 17.17 (119) East Gambier 0.1 1.1 2.1 2.2 (14) Goals - North: N. Moretti 5; M. McInerney 4; D. Munn 3; B. Close, T. Edwards, D. Carmofy, S. Stafford, B. Egan. East: M. Scanlon, K. Thomson. Best - North: N. Blachut, M. McInerney, B. NcInerney, F. Marshall, B. Egan, C. Buckley, East: S. Balshaw, M. Kieselbach, R. Janeway, P. Hatch, F. Scanlon, T. Middleton. Casterton Sandford 3.3 6.5 9.8 14.11 (95) Millicent 0.2 1.4 1.6 2.6 (18) Goals - Casterton Sandford: B. Gal;pin, J. Searle 3; J. Dunn, S. Broomby 2; E. Currie, M. Oldfield, T. Close, D. Ayton. Millicent: H. Nitschke. Best - Casterton Sandford: T. Shannon, T. Nesbitt, E. Currie, J. Searle, D. Ayton, D. Wom,well. Millicent: C. Hobbs, M. Thompson, H. Nitschke, P. Duncan, S. Duldig, C. Gysbers.

B GRADE

West Gambier 8.4 (52) d South Gambeir 5.7 (37) Casterton Sandford 9.13 (67) d Millicent 5.5 (35) North Gambier 15.17 (107) d East Gambier 8.4 (52)

UNDER 17.5 South Gambier 5.14 (44) d West Gambier 5.3 (33) Casterton Sandford 12.4 (76) d Millicent 10.8 (68) North Gambier 6.9 (45) d East Gambier 5.5 (35)

Right - Bobby Trigg (centre) with Sam Jakutavicius (left) and Colin Cassidy.

UNDER 15 South Gambier 11.6 (72) d West Gambier 4.8 (32) Millicent 9.13 (67) d Casterton Sandford 2.3 (15) East Gambier 6.8 (44) d North Gambier 4.5 (29)

UNDER 13 North Gambier 3.7 (25) d East Gambier 0.1 (1)

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE West Gambier 54 (L. McGregor, T. Earl) d South Gambier 34 (A. Boylan, B. Bouchier); North Gambier 48 (C. Davey, M. Watson) d East Gambier 45 (E. McKay, T. Gray); Millicent 114 (D. Denton, N. Allen) d Millicent 22 (A. Shannon, M. Kent)

A RESERVE Above (from left) - Giancarlo Cooper looks to get this kick away; Brad Stafford fires off this handball & Nick Moretti just gets boot to ball during North Gambier’s huge win over East Gambier. Moretti kicked five in the 105 point victory. Below (from left) - Tenille Gray & Ash Kalantarian.

South 70 (L. Bruggemann, C. Grubb) d West Gambier 34 (S. Dyson, L. Holmes); North Gambier 52 (E. Beames, E. Gould) d East Gambier 48 (S. Smith, L. Harvey); Casterton Sandford 56 (J. MacDonald, T. Cleary) d Millicent 34 (I. Turner, S. Bowman)

B GRADE South Gambier 42 (L. Copping, K. McIntyre-Clarke) d West Gambier 38 (K. Dolan, B. Allen); North Gambier 65 (L. Westhorpe, L, Kamphius) d East Gambier 51 (B. Davis, E. Coote); Casterton Sandford 49 (A. MacDonald, M. Gorman) d Millicent 30 (P. Haines, M. Gibson)

PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.

C GRADE

SHOOTING CLINIC FROM SAINTS AS THEY TOP THE 100 MARK

South Gambier 60 (J. O’Neil, D. Harvey) d West Gambier 28 (J. Lamb, T. Pelkonen); North Gambier 58 (B. Willoughby, R. Perryman) d East Gambier 41 (E. Thompson, T. Perryman); Casterton Sandford 46 (R. Stephens, A. Hanson) d Millicent 37 (K. Werchon, K. Wilkson)

17 & UNDER

It has been done beore - breaking the 100 goal mark in Western Border A Grade netball - but anecdotal evidence suggests Millicent’s 114 goals against an undermanned Casterton Sandford could well be the highest score recorded. Missing defender Tayla Guthrie and expreienced utility Natalie Rhook, the Cats were always going to struggle anad the Saints were clinical - relentless in defence, keeping the Cats to only 22 goals for the match, and scoring at will at the other end. The first quarter scoreline was 30-5, with Donna Denton and Nyah Allen missing one apiece. Allen then didn’t rack up another miss until the final quarter, converting 61 from 63, which was a higher return than every other team total in the round of A Grade matches. Denton converted 53 from 57, with the duo enjoying a perfect record in the third quarter.

South Gambier 47 (I. Redemski, I. Walker) d West Gambier 16 (M. Kipping, E. Stevens); East Gambier 52 (A. Geraghty, R. Pike) d North Gambier 19 (S. Flett, E. Gould); Millicent 58 (C. Shanks, M. Turner) d Casterton Sandford 33 (E. Humphries, E. Chandler)

15 & UNDER A West Gambier 39 (T. Pearson, L. Whitworth) d South Gambier 22 (E. Galluccio, L. McIntyre); North Gambier 47 (O. Patzel, S. Ellis) d East Gambier 19 (T. Bosko, T. Perryman); Millicent 72 (I. Turner, T. Werhcon) d Casterton Sandford 22 (M. Rice, M. Mutch)

15 & UNDER B North Gambier 38 (C. Bruhn, S. Nulty) d East Gambier 30 (N. Smith, S., Neale); Millicent 57 (M. Haggett, E. Wesolowski) d Casterton Sandford 15 (J. Hanson, C. Berkefeld)

13 & UNDER A West Gambier 30 (M. Horrigan, B. Kuller) d South Gambier 20 (S. Beare, M. Thiele); North Gambier 40 (C. Bruhn, A. Circelli) d East Gambier 30 (K. Dempsey, T. Waters); Millicent 63 (P. Nitschke, T. Bryant) d Casterton Sandford 11 (C. Foster, C. Galpin)

13 & UNDER B

South Gambier 43 (S. Adams, M. Cowland) d West Gambier 19 (Z. Booth, C. Duryea); East Gambier 40 (A. Bosko, R. Perryman) d North Gambier 0 (L. Norman, M. Versace); Millicent 21 (K. Stuart, P. McGuiness) d Casterton Sandford 8 (E. Jarrad, H. Miles)

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Motor REVVING UP OUR INTEREST IN HISTORY Colin Thompson was 14 when he restored his first motorcycle, painting it with a fly spray pump. Despite having no family association with motorcycling, it seemed to be in Colin’s veins and he started

racing in 1964, competing in short circuit, speedway and scrambling. For five years, he did the rounds of regional events, but with the sport eating to a quarter of his weekly wage and family responsibilities

looming, the bikes were permanently parked. Not competing did little to dampen his enthusiasm for motorbikes and when he moved to Mount Gambier he met one of this region’s motorcycling icons Ron Hellyer (pictured bottom right). “Talking to him I was really interested in the story of Mac Park,” Colin said. “How they established Mac Park in those days with all that work from all those volunteers.” And that’s where the idea for his book about the region’s home of motorcycling was born, the hard copies arriving earlier this month, ready to fill the pre-orders and then some with an official launch on September 6 at 7pm at the Mount Gambier Library. It has been a project nine years in the making, covering from 1902-1949, with Colin spending hours talking to people to gather the anecdotal evidence about those early years. It also meant spending a lot of time researching the pre-war years. “I wanted to preserve the extensive history we have in this area,” Colin said. “It certainly gives a glimpse into life throughout those years.” For Colin, the story is told through the characters he discovered, like the German and French speaking female shorthand teacher who was prominent in the local motorcycling scene. Then there were the families – the Fox (Laure Fox pictured top right), Walker and Hellyer families – who were all so intrinsically involved in the establishment and development of the local club. “There were basically family

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dynasties involved in motorcycling,” Colin said. “And I’ve been so lucky that so many people have been prepared to not just share their memories but also given me photographs to include in the book.” Many people may recognise Colin as the face of the long standing push for a history museum in Mount Gambier. He is passionate about preserving history and has been working, alongside wife Mavis, to see a museum established in the Blue Lake City but years of hard work is yet to amount to anything. “I don’t think I’ll see it in my lifetime,” Colin said. Despite being Adelaide born and bred, Colin is across the history of this region like few others. Moving here in 1972 because it was an ideal place to raise a family, he worked for the Highways Department and Woods & Forests, working extensively in a supervisory role with apprentices. He hasn’t really worked since 1991 but he has certainly made the most of his time. “People ask how I know so much about this place,” Colin said. “I have just done a lot of research and I’ve got a good memory.” Australian research website Trove has been a godsend for the history buff, who always seems to be working on some kind of project that captures part of this region’s history. Part of the Moto Classica organising committee, Colin has been running a powerpoint presentation, which has run at the past two Moto Classica events, and various other events, showcasing the early years

of motorcycling in this region. Donations have now topped $4000 for charity as a result of Colin airing the historical slideshow. The interest in just this basic slideshow, particularly from younger people, is what makes Colin so frustrated that establishing a museum still seems like a pipe dream. “People are interested,” he said. “Young people are interested and it’s hard not to be concerned that so much could be lost.” Colin’s book – Potholes and Paddocks to the ‘Park’ (Volume I) – was published with the help of Kelvin Ruge, from Blue Lake Printworks, and will be officially launched at the Mount Gambier Library on Tuesaday, September 6 at 7pm.


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