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ISSUE 646 | SEPTEMBER 1 - 7, 2016 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

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SEE MORE OF THE MURRAY ON EXCITING NEW 7 NIGHT CRUISE explores Australia’s outback history and we are certain this cruise will be as popular as our regular 3, 4 and 7 night itineraries. To be able to offer something new to our guests, many who are cruising with us for the third of fourth time is really exciting and we can’t wait for everyone to experience it.” Explains Donna Gauci, General Manager, SeaLink South Australia. The Upper Murraylands cruise will visit historic towns including picturesque Waikerie, Morgan and Swan Reach, where guests will be taken on fascinating guided walks and visits to historic museums. At Blanchetown guests will be enthralled with the experience of going through Lock No. 1 (one of thirteen along the river). Wine lovers can indulge with lunch and wine tastings at Banrock Station Wine and Wetland Centre and a vineyard tour and cellar door tastings at Burk Salter Boutique Winery. Guests can also visit the cellar door at Caudo Winery and tour its beautiful gardens and orchards. Learn about Aboriginal history at the amazing Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Reserve - one of Australia’s most significant archaeological sites and enjoy a guided boardwalk tour of ancient rock carvings. Guests will fall in love with the animals during a visit to a Native Wildlife Shelter and experience a fun and very Australian Woolshed Shearing Show. Wildlife lovers can spot an abundance of nocturnal wildlife on the

Captain Cook Cruises is excited to announce a new cruise on the Murray River – the seven-night Upper Murraylands Cruise onboard Paddlewheeler, PS Murray Princess. The cruise will depart once a month from Friday, 21 April, 2017. The seven-night Upper Murraylands Cruise will explore the northern area of the Murray River from Mannum to Morgan, before returning to Mannum. The diverse itinerary ensures this cruise offers something for everyone. “We are very excited to launch this incredible seven-night cruise that will operate monthly on the Murray River. The cruise has a fantastic itinerary that

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JUST A COUPLE OF STEPS AWAY FROM WORLD JAZZ DOMINATION There’s a stock joke in entertainment circles – How do you make a small fortune? – Start with a big one and open a jazz club. Aussie jazz icon James Morrison was acutely aware of this punch line but has soldiered on with the idea regardless, truly believing the Morrison’s Jazz Club is a natural and necessary extension of the evolution of Mount Gambier as a jazz hotspot. The growth of Generations in Jazz, to one of the largest leading jazz festivals of its kind in the world, to the establishment of the James Morrison Academy of Music in the city’s main street has all led to the logical conclusion of a jazz club. “I

would have been happy if someone else had wanted to do it but they didn’t ,so we’ve done it ourselves,” James said. “It was needed for a few reasons – with so many jazz musicians now in town they needed somewhere to play and there was also so many people coming into the academy asking where they could hear the students play. A jazz club is a way of the academy and the public meeting.” James was at great pains to stress the support the academy students have already received from local cafes, restaurants and hotels in providing a performance platform. “We just needed a dedicated venue,” he said. “A jazz club

has a very distinct feel.” James was also keen to point out, the jazz club will also not just see academy students gracing the stage. “We have already had requests from touring bands and artists that are playing in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney,” he said. “In the past couple of years, Mount Gambier has become well known in jazz circles internationally, and artists want to come here and see what the fuss is all about.” The club officially opened its doors last week and if there was any doubt about how the community feels about the new entertainment venue, the fact it needed two opening nights to cater for the massive interest, shows the Morrison family, who have enlisted the services of their son Sam to manage the venue, are on the right track. International jazz sensation Wycliffe Gordon was on hand to headline the two opening nights, courtesy of his stint this year at the academy as the artist in residence. “If there was a jazz club opening in New York it would be a coup to get Wycliffe (Gordon) and he is here opening a jazz club in Mount Gambier,” James said. The club is in the space above Sportscene in Commercial Street West and is licensed for 100 people. “Jazz clubs can be bigger,” James said. “But the best ones I go into are small.” The Morrison’s Jazz Club is about adding another string to Mount Gambier’s entertainment bow, not competing with

other venue operators. “I am good friends with other entertainment venue owners and rather than competing, we see it as making Mount Gambier more of a destination,” he said. “Whatever you are in the mood for, you can find somewhere to go.” The club is opening Wednesday to Saturday in the evening only with the doors opening at 7.30pm and two sets on offer nightly – 8pm and 9.30pm – with meals also available and a mean cocktail menu. Wednesday nights have been labelled a jam night, which is code for anything can happen and anyone could be there and while James realises the importance of continuity, he is also committed to being flexible. “Wednesday night is jam night and we want to stick with that but if an amazing act is coming through town and that’s the only night they can perform then we will take advantage of that,” he said. “Generations in Jazz started this and out of that came the academy and now the jazz club. We are just a couple of steps away from world jazz domination.” Left - James Morrison (left) on stage with headline act Wycliffe Gordon at last week’s opening night for Morrison’s Jazz Club in Mount Gambier.

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EXCITING TIMES FOR LOCAL GRUNGE BAND...AND YOU CAN HELP Nathan Jenner, Chris Newell and Jesse Berkefeld have been band mates since late 2014, releasing their debut album last year. Back then, they were called Cornerstone but the grunge rock band is now called Recreator, and the trio is on the verge of some life changing opportunities both on and off shore. “I went on to iTunes and there was a big band in Europe called Cornerstone so the easiest and smartest thing to do was to change our name,” Nathan said. And just as Cornerstone was a name generated from one of their originals, so is Recreator and the opportunities are really starting to flow. They are one of 23 bands nominated for a South Australia Music Award in the Most Popular Rock Artists and much like X Factor’s Louise Adams, Recreator needs the public’s support. You can head to http://themusic.com.au/samawards, fill out some brief details and then go to Most Popular Rock Artist and vote for Recreator. “If we finish in the top five we get invited to the awards and that can really put us on the map,” Nathan said. “There will be lots of industry figures there as well.” And the SA Music Awards are just one of the exciting developments in the life of Recreator at the moment. They have been featured in online rock publication CrankitUp Magazine, where their album scored six and a half out of a possible seven, and they have also signed with HouseFire Records, which will see Recreator enjoy airplay in Canada and the United States. HouseFire records is a Nova Scotia based record label founded by Dali Van Gogh guitarist Isaac Kent. Recreator original single Intimate Odyssey will hit the airwaves across North America in the coming weeks, with HouseFire Records having access to more than 2000 US and Canadian radio stations, and 200 in Europe and Asia. “I wrote the song almost six years ago,” said Nathan, “It was around the same time I wrote Recreator and Nowhere to Run. I was mucking about with lead riffs, and came up with the sexy riff in the verse. I then came up with the lyrics about a night of passion, an the Intimate Odyssey sort of theme, but it was really Jesse who pulled the song together when he wrote the main bass line that carries through the guitar solo.” Recreator has every reason to believe the HouseFire connection could lead to a US tour in 2017, with a two week venture already being touted. HouseFire Records producer and owner Isaac Kent is clearly taken with the Mount Gambeir based grunge rock outfit. “Intimate Odyssey, which will be the band’s first single with [HouseFire Records], is what first had me interested in the group,” said Kent. “It’s a straight rock anthem with some sultry funk influences. If that had been my only exposure to the band I’d have never guessed these guys were influenced by grunge music. They have an extremely wide repertoire on this album. From ballads to heavy grunge tunes I could have easily imagined on a Nirvana album. They are a very solid group.” Recreator is one of three local acts opening for emerging Adelaide band The Hard

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SOUTH EAST SITS AT THE TOP OF THE AFL TREE This region tends to punch above its weight in the Australian Rules football world and that trend is continuing. As we speak, we are the South Australian Country champions, as well as junior titles as part of the Glenelg program. Current AFL players who are making their mark, including Kybybolite’s Lachie Neale, who must surely be leading the Fremantle best and fairest, Dartmoor Jeremy Cameron, about to taste his first finals action as a Giant, and West Gambier’s Tim O’Brien, who could find himself as part of the Hawks’ history, are just a small sample of the talent from this region. And all these success

stories start from the grassroots and that’s where people like Stephen Day and Melissa Russell come in. Mount Gambier High School’s Day and Mount Gambier North’s Russell have scooped the pool at the South Australian AFL School Ambassadors awards with Stephen being awarded the secondary school honour and Melissa, the primary school gong. Nominated by SANFL Regional Football Coordinator Ian Perryman, the duo is not so much about developing future champions, that’s just a welcome byproduct, but about developing a love of the national sport and the spin-offs that can generate. And for Melissa and her

award winning programs, Aussie Rules football has been all about helping kids fit in to the playground. For eight weeks, the school’s new arrivals class enjoyed an AFL session once a week to teach them the skills and the rules. “When they are out in the schoolyard and other kids are playing footy it makes them feel more segregated if they can’t join in,” Melissa said. “Teaching them the skills they need and an understanding of the rules means they can just get involved. They loved it and really took it on board.” The kids even got to take their own football home. “That way they could have a kick with their mum or dad or brothers and sisters and that all helps,” Melissa said. And it wasn’t just the multicultural program that saw Melissa honoured, it was also her development of the Auskick program. “We started running the program after school to take out the need for travel or anything like that,” she said. “We wanted to make sure there were no factors that would mean kids couldn’t get involved.” Entering a team in the Year 6/7 football carnival is also highly rated by students as a highlight of the year. “Melissa has lifted the profile of Mount Gambier North by many, many rungs,” Perryman said. “She’s a gun. She has encouraged those students who are interested in anything but AFL to get involved and the results speak for themselves.” The results speak for themselves with the Mount Gambier High programs as well. The program is in its 12th year, with Stephen Day having been in charge for 11 of those years. It sees football as an integrated subject in

the curriculum, aimed at Year 9 and 10 students. In the same vein as Melissa’s programs, the Mount Gambier High School program is not an elite, high end program, it is about providing a platform for all students, with around 60 students taking up the offer each year. “It covers practical and theory, looking at fitness, diet as well as the skills of the game,” Perryman said. Of course there have been elite graduates from the program – Jordan Murdoch (Geelong); Brodie Murdoch (St Kilda); Matt Allen (West Coast); Tim O’Brien (Hawthorn) and Nathan Stark (Melbourne), with Under 18 All Australian Sam Walker, also one of Day’s students. “Having been involved in football in one capacity or another for most of my life, I certainly still enjoy being involved in the game in this role,” Stephen said. “The most rewarding aspect

is seeing students remain involved in the sport and reaching their individual goals, whether this is with their local clubs, or at higher levels of competition.” School principal Chris Edmonds was also thrilled with Stephen’s award. “This award is not only a great reflection of Stephen’s knowledge, skill and dedication in the role of AFL Ambassador it is an acknowledgement of the commitment the school has made over many years to resource this as a key area of our curriculum,” he said. Above - SA AFL Primary School Ambassador of the Year Melissa Russell. Left - SA AFL Secondary School Ambassador of the Year Stephen Day with student Reid Kuller.

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environmentally friendly sustainable hardwood. If you’re not ready for Retirement living and still need your own space, then this is definitely worthy of inspection. Priced at: $289,000

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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

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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

3/14 Bailey Street

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$259,000

2/8 Ellard Street

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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!

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

A smart investment, low maintenance unit in as new group. Two living zones, modern design and living. Currently leased @ $295 p/week. A fantastic return – Book your inspection today!

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Subdivision

Starting from $83,500

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

44 McMahon Road, Worrolong

$130,000

Add to your investment portfolio or buy your own nest, currently leased at $140 p.w – Great location, Inspect Now!

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$353,000

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

RENTALS 7 Hutley Terrace

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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.

5 Wilson Street

Vacant Land 1,500m2 (approx)

$275,000

9/20 Wimmera Street

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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.

$85,000

Nest or Invest! A great opportunity to enter the property market or add to your investment portfolio.

Inner City Block

$99,500

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.

Tecoma Close

a| allotment

$59,500

In a new subdivison on the western side of the city, allotment size 791m2 (approx) – great value!

2/46 Derrington Street

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FIRST RELEASE – COUNTRY LIVING ALLOTMENTS ON THE CITY FRINGE Located on the western boundary of the city are these 5,000m2 (approx) allotments. Build your country dream but still be close to all the delights of the city: Zoned - country living, fenced, power & water LOT 101 $195,000 LOT 102 SOLD LOT 103 SOLD LOT 104 $195,000

3/10 Bertha Street

$164,500

Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three – close to all amenities.

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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!

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 70 Cardinia Street

3 1 1 $210 pw • Three bedroom home • Main with built-in robe • Lounge with gas wall furnace • Eat in kitchen with gas cooking • Large undercover patio area • Overlooks Grant High School oval • Secure rear yard • Polished floorboards throughout • Pets negotiable

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5 Ash Court

Vacant Land in excess 1,500m2 (approx) with a 17.49 frontage (approx). Schools, shopping & sporting venues at your door. A rare & exceptional central surprise!

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Avail Now 3 1 2 $225 pw • Three bedroom house – all with bi robes • Kitchen/dining with electric cooking • Spacious lounge with gas log fire • Large secure yard with undercover patio • No pets

Avail Now 2 1 3 $235 pw • Renovated Central 2 bedroom cottage • Modern kitchen/ dining with gas cooking • Separate lounge room • R/C Air Con & gas heating • Combined bathroom/laundry with shower & toilet • Undercover pergola area • Detached double carport • Rear yard access to detached iron sheds • 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

11 Ritana Road

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Avail Now

Commercial • High clearance roller door easy access for trucks • Front Showroom and reception area • Four offices • Heaps of storage areas • Approximately 1550 m2 • Need to inspect to appreciate what this property has to offer


Real Estate

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

Buy Or Sell... See P & L

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

16 Woodhaven Place, Mount Gambier

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Unit 1/14 Jane Street, Mount Gambier

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

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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN CENTRAL LOCATION

IMMACULATELY PRESENTED FAMILY HOME

This conveniently located unit has been freshly painted, updated with new floor coverings and light fittings, and is situated very close to the main street, Vansittart Park and the Resthaven Aged Care Facility.

This immaculately presented four bedroom family home is situated on a 1067m2 allotment in a quite cul-de-sac location. The main bedroom offers an ensuite and walk in wardrobe with the remaining three bedrooms all with built in robes. The luxurious main bathroom includes a separate vanity, bath, shower and a separate toilet. The kitchen offers a gas cook top with an electric oven, dishwasher, large corner pantry and overlooks the spacious open plan dining and family area. The large formal lounge provides the family with that much needed second living space. Extra features of the home include gas ducted heating throughout, a slow combustion wood heater in the open plan living area and a reverse cycle split system, 2 x 2,500L plumbed rainwater tanks and a 3kw solar panel system. Outside the home offers a beautiful paved undercover outdoor entertaining area with access through the glass sliding doors from the dining area, a double car garage with a remote roller door and internal access, plus another 9m x 6m colour bond shed with power and rear yard access and well maintained, established gardens with pop up sprinklers for irrigation. An inspection of this property is a must, contact us today to make your appointment.

The home features two bedrooms including the main with a built in robe. The bathroom consists of a shower, vanity and a separate toilet and heating and cooling provided by the reverse cycle air conditioning. There are no issues with parking as you can pull right up close to the property in your own carport. Currently tenanted at $175.00 per week until the 29th of September 2016. Do not miss out on this fantastic investment opportunity, call the office today.

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13 Dover Court, Mount Gambier

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• Immaculately presented property in cul-de-sac location close to Saint Martins Lutheran College and the market place. • 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 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. 4 1 4

• 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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• Quality solid brick & tile 3 bedroom home offers an ideal investment opportunity, plus being perfect for 1st home buyers or retiree’s. • BIRs in all bedrooms, inviting lounge with wood heating, spacious kitchen with pantry, electric cooking, breakfast bar overlooking the dining area & second living area. • Outside features include magnificent pergola area, large 4 bay colour-bond shed with concrete & power, dbl length carport UMR, plus low maintenance enclosed yard, ideal for family & pets.

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27 Genoa Street, Mount Gambier

35 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier

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214 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier $215,000

$379,000

$169,000

$245,000

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$254,000

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42 Harrald Street, Mount Gambier

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12 Eucla Court, Mount Gambier

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

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6 Kensen Court, Mount Gambier $239,000

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11 Victoria Terrace, Mount Gambier

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

2/53 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier

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

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76 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier $210,000

• Set in a small, private strata complex is this appealing split rock unit, ideally suited to investors, singles or retirees • 2 bedrooms with BIRs, open plan living with gas heating & sliding door to timber decking, kitchen with elec cooking • Single car garage UMR with remote roller door provides internal access • Currently tenanted until February 2017

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• Quality built solid brick & tile home offering 3-4 bedrooms • Located on an elevated corner allotment, with amazing views. • Main bedroom with WIR & en-suite, with all additional bedrooms featuring BIR’s. • Stunning main bathroom. • Lovely private pergola area & rear yard access.

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• Commercial property with high profile frontage to Commercial Street. • Large Showroom with plenty of office space/storeroom at rear. • Interior recently renovated with new power & r/c ducted air conditioning. • Great location neighbouring other National Businesses. • 306m2 allotment with approx. 190m2 floor area. • Purchase your investment property & BUSINESS start your own business or lease out.

28 Victor 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

70 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier $289,000

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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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$169,000

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Add this property to your investment portfolio. 2 BR Mt Gambier stone home in central location. Country style dine-in kitchen with electric cooking. Detached s/car stone garage with drive through real yard access. Currently leased to an excellent tenant for $165.00 per week on a periodic tenancy 2 1 1


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

Find us on Facebook www.pandl.net.au Tennis Court

23 Ferrers Street, Mount Gambier

Solar

NBN NBN Available

Swimming Pool

Unit 1/7A Hedley Street, Mount Gambier

Investment

Owen Pettingill Licensed Agent

Views

2/1 Margaret Street, Mount Gambier

$199,000

$189,000 GST INC

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NEW PRICE

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST ALLOTMENT AVAILABLE IN PRIME LOCATION • • • • •

Approximately 1191 m2 allotment Endless development opportunities ( S.T.C.A ) Located in a prime location Walking distance to CBD Recently developed into a car parking facility

• Situated at the front of the complex, offering 2BR (with BIRs) on the upper level & a separate bedroom/living area with ensuite on the lower level • Updated timber kitchen with s/steel d/washer, elec cooking & r/ hood, open dining with r/c a/c, spacious lounge with elec heating • Currently leased at $200/week until 19th May 2017.

• Expressions of Interest by Wednesday 5th October 2016 12 noon (if not sold prior) • Contact P & L Real Estate today for more information

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19 Dry Creek Road, Donovans

22 Donovans Road, Donovans

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11 Mark Street, Nelson

$150,000

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

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46 Sturt Street, Nelson

P.O.A.

$335,000

$365,000

ALL OFFERS INVITED • Fantastic weekender, just a stone’s throw from the river • As new 2 y.o. 1BR kit home with ensuite, open plan kitchen & living, gas heating & gas HWS • Lined garage with shower, WC & separate gas HWS • Rainwater & equipped bore • It’s all here, just bring the boat & fishing rods & enjoy the Summer holidays

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10 Casuarina Grove, Nelson

• Relaxed lifestyle, amongst lovely manicured gardens & opposite the Glenelg River. • Offering open plan living area, providing a magnificent viewing platform to the private gardens & the banks of the Glenelg River. • Features include a 1 bedroom (with WIR), inviting lounge with the convenience of r/c air conditioning, large galley style kitchen with Smeg gas appliances 1 1 1

8 Moonah Avenue, Nelson

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Lovely elevated 3 bedroom home Large lounge with s/c wood heating & beautiful river outlook. Timber kitchen/dining with electric cooking Single garage UMR plus under house storage Large balcony with spectacular views of the Glenelg River

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11 Thompson Court, Moorak

$395,000

• Immaculate timber home on an elevated block in the popular township of Nelson • Breathtaking views over the river mouth & sea • Spacious lounge with r/c air conditioning • Practical kitchen with servery to the dining room • Large dining room with electric heat bank heater • 4 BRMs (master with BIR’s)

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7 Thompson Court, Moorak

$279,000

$650,000

$699,000

NEW PRICE

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982 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek $349,000

A 2.2 cr es

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Lot 1 Johnston Road, Moorak

• As new 4 year old Blue Lake Home on 796m2 allotment in popular river township of Nelson. • Beautiful open plan living area with s/c wood heating. • 3 large bedrooms. • Kitchen with electric cooking, breakfast bar and walk in pantry. • Tranquil outdoor entertaining area perfect for summer barbeques.

$409,000

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

19894 Riddoch Highway, Wandilo

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

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Lot 20 & 21 Arthur Street, Tarpeena From $70,000

A 11 cr 5 es

• Exceptional brick and colorbond home located in the peaceful river township of Nelson. • Three spacious bedrooms all with BIR’s plus large lounge with s/c wood heating & r/c air conditioning • Galley kitchen with electric cooking, formal dining, family area & huge bathroom with corner spa. • Quality outdoor entertaining area enclosed with patio blinds. 3 1 4

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

33 Riddoch Highway, Tarpeena $495,000

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

• 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

34 Kitty Temple Road, Caveton $232,000

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

13 Compton Rise Crescent, Suttontown $435,000

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

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• 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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A 3.7 cr es

17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong

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

A 6.6 cr es

9.786ha (approx 24 acres) Rare vacant building block in Moorak area. Opportunity to build your new dream home (S.T.C.A.) Picturesque Views Single and three phase power passing 16m x 10m colourbond shed with piping for internal plumbing laid Unequippped bore LAND

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$395,000 to $425,000

• 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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08 8726 4400 $249,000

14/2A Coolabah Street, Mt Gambier

$239,000

6 Lange Street, Mt Gambier

$299,000

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41 Umpherston Street, Mount Gambier

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• 2 bedrooms, master with wardrobe • Spacious bathroom with 2nd toilet • Open plan living overlooking covered pa o area • Chef style kitchen • Ducted hea ng & R/C split system A/C WEB Id. 10254395 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Remote garage UMR • Secure rear yard • Maintained throughout • Auto sprinkler systems • Established landscaped garden

OPEN SAT SEP 3 9.30 - 9.50

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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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14 Greenridge Drive, Mount Gambier

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2/3 Bengalee Crescent, Mt Gambier

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11 Greenridge Drive, Mt Gambier

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• Spacious home e • 2 bedrooms both with robes • Open plan living • Semi enclosed outdoor pa o • Remote garage with internal access WEB Id. 9799968 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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

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• 4 bedrooms 2 Bathrooms • Master with BIR & ensuite with spa • Fantas c home theatre room • Open plan living • Ducted gas hea ng WEB Id. Barry Ritter 0408 853180

• Great kitchen with butler’s pantry • Side access to rear yard • Double remote garage UMR • Auto sprinkler system

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 SEP 3 fi ngs you dream about so close vani es with stone tops 12.00 - 12.20 WEB Id. 8991578 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3+ 2.5 2

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7 Stableford Court, Worrolong

$369,000

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95 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

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• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Main bdrm with WIR & enclosed private pa o • Open plan living/dining • Lovely kitchen with dishwasher WEB Id. Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Low maintenance grounds • Secure front and rear yard • Great high clearance garage & carport • Stones throw to boat ramp

OPEN SAT SEP 3

2 Hilltop Avenue, Mt Gambier

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12.30 - 1.00

WEB Id. 10108628 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

19 Illawong Drive, Mt Gambier

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

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

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$349,000

• Great garage with lo • Rain water and mains water • Quiet cul-de-sac • Great loca on

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3 Henley Street, Mount Gambier

• 4 Bedrooms plus office • 2 bathrooms • Massive open plan living • Established trees

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• 4 bdrms all with robes. Master with ensuite • 2 Bathrooms • Formal lounge • Open plan living • Stunning stone benchtops WEB Id. 9538376 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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$525,000

14 Banksia Street, Mt Gambier

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$235,000

• 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

54 Bay Road, Mt Gambier

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35 Elizabeth Street, Port Macdonnell

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• Open Plan Kitchen Meals • Gas Heated Lounge • 3 Spacious Bedrooms • Freshly painted throughout • New floor coverings and window treatment’s WEB Id. 10021185 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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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 hea ng • Amazing indoor/outdoor entertaining area, you’ll fall in love!

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• 4 Bay shed with power • Rain water and 3 phase power • Established grounds • Overlooking the golf course

WEB Id. 10109415 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

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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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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 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721 3

Rural Sales

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

LAUREN DUNCAN

JAY TREACEY

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

0409 978 004

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

jay.treacey@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

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08 8726 4400 Lot 161 Springview Drive

SPRINGVIEW E S TAT E

$115,000

R T E D AC N U TR N O C

STAGE 1: ONLY 3 LOTS LEFT! ACT QUICK!

4/90 Tollner Road, Mt Gambier

• Serviced allotments located on the west side of Mount Gambier • Services include town water, sewer, power & Telstra • Bike paths surround the Estate • Side and back fencing • Block sizes ranging from 1425m2 to 2368m2 WEB Id. 7626186 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 ?

LUXURY LIFESTYLE LIVING • 3 bedroom plus study • Gourmet kitchen • Over 1 acre of land • 2 living zones • 3 bay garage, 3 phase power Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

Lot 11 Stone Avenue, Mt Gambier

22 Davison Street, Mt Gambier

$115,000

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$459,000

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AMPLE $249,000

INVESTOR SPECIAL

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

• Serviced Allotments • 1425m2 TO 2368m2 • Side and back fencing • Only 3 left

Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 | Web Id. 7626186 3 Kensen Court, Mt Gambier

$260,000

4 Maroochy Drive, Nelson

LEASED UNTIL 7/17 AT $280PW

SUBDIVISION POTENTIAL! • Set over approximately 3114sqm • Build your dream home or subdivide (STCC) • All town services available • Quiet street • Close to local shops, transport and schools • Very rare to find an allotment of this size Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

$255,000

27 Moonah Ave, Nelson

LAND $299,955

• Be surprised by this hidden gem which will definitely please • 4 Bedrooms all with built-in robes • Large formal lounge with slow combus on hea ng WEB Id. 9450768 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

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Hammer Parade, Blackfellows Caves

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$97,000

INVESTMENT/LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY • 3 bedrooms. Main with walk-in robe and access to the 3-way bathroom • Large open plan/living/dining • Central gas hea ng throughout • Low maintenance yard with drive-through access • Single garage under main roof WEB Id. 9647785 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721 3 1 1

• Walk in-walk out. Fully furnished, just bring food and the fishing rods • See the ocean from your front decking, only 400m from boat ramp and shops • Perfect for ge ng away with friends and family • Great holiday rental property WEB Id. 6878088 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

• 3 large bedrooms (2 with BIRS) • Spacious open plan kitchen, living and dining room • outdoor living area with kitchen facili es protected by roller blinds • Massive storage room complete with shelving • Double garage UMR with automa c roller doors & internal access WEB Id. 9841237 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 3 1.5 4

• Build your dream home and enjoy the lifestyle • Perfectly pos oned beachfront block over 970sqm • Beach access directly across the road • New boat ramp

11 Fairlane Drive, Mount Gambier

43 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $278,000

22 Miller Street, Mt Gambier

3/54 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier

$780,000

$115,000

WEB Id. 7195191 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

LAND $99,000

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INVESTOR OPPORTUNITY • Freehold for sale, Approx. 2824m2 • Lo , Recep on area, Offices & Lunchroom • Good parking & access • 5+5+5 Lease commenced 03/2015 • Offering great return

• 4 bedrooms • Large kitchen/living/dining area • Detached games room • Secure undercover parking • Private rear yard with access WEB Id. 9220019 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

58 Wehl Street South, Mt Gambier

$140,000

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BRETT EXELBY

BARRY RITTER

LAUREN DUNCAN

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0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

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brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

jay.treacey@elders.com.au

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

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$299,000

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4 225 Attamurra Road Mount Gambier

$385,000

CLOSE TO TOWN AND SCHOOLS

67,500 litre rain water supplying the house Double size shed, 15m x 7.5m with auto doors 16 solar panels 3kw with 5kw inverter

5 190 Kennedy Road Tantanoola

$110,000

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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 New carpets plus painting throughout

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121 Pick Avenue Mount Gambier

$139,000

Charming cottage on large block Close to the main street 3 bedrooms, new carpet in two ion

Gas hot water plus water softener

18 Millhouse Street Millicent • • • •

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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

OUTSTANDING ELEVATED HOME

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2 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

1 $195,000

Reverse cycle split system air conditioner Single garage under the main roof Fruit trees, garden shed & wood shed

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3 bedrooms, 1 & 2 both have BIR Original kitchen with electric cooking Large open plan lounge/dining room

DO YOU NEED PLENTY OF ROOM?

HIDDEN GEM ON LARGE ALLOTMENT

CHARACTER BEACH COTTAGE

$155,000

Wood laminate flooring in lounge with slow combust wood heater • Freshly painted throughout

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$239,000

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1/3 Henty Street Mount Gambier

CENTRAL LOCATION

AFFORDABLE FOR A FAMILY

THE JEWEL OF THE CROWN!

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4 bedrooms Single garage UMR with auto door Double shed with storage rooms & hot house Watering system Rain water supplying the laundry Electric hot water plus water softener

Exclusive New Residential Development Mickail Court

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$449,000

Secluded property in North Nelson 4 bedrooms, 2 with built-in-robes Open plan kitchen/dining/lounge room. Plenty of large windows with native bush views Large stone shed 6m x 7m with concrete floor

• • • • • River • A secluded home only a short stroll to the Nelson

3 2 Noora Court Mount Gambier

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water etc • Colorbond fencing on sides & rear prior to settlement • Allotments starting at $89,500 • Build your dream home • Enquire today


SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 RECEPTION Carolyn Gazzard 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Donna Nankivell 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Mel Milich Emma Beare

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20 Coolabah Street

$289,000

19 Wireless Road West

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$279,000

NEW PRICE

DESIGNED FOR AGED LIVING Rarely does a property like this appear on the market. Specifically built less than 5 years ago to cater for full wheelchair access. This unique home features 3 bedrooms, all with built in robes. Open plan kitchen, dine and lounge with loads of natural light. Architecturally designed and fully insulated, with double glazed windows. Stone benchtops are a real feature in the kitchen which also has a gas cooktop, electric oven and dishwasher. 2 toilets, one is in the bathroom with accessible shower. A remote carport allows for under cover access into the home. Front and rear courtyards are low maintenance with no lawn. 3 x 5000 litre rainwater tanks with pump and rainbank system. 5KW grid connected Solar Panels are installed, means power bills are virtually non existent. Greenhouse and garden shed in rear courtyard, plus ample storage.

8 Blackall Street

$265,000

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.

10 Dalkeith Drive

$319,000

OPEN SUNDAY 11.30AM - 12.00PM

OPEN SUNDAY 12.15 - 12.45PM

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.

13 Earl Street

$178,000

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.

8 Chauvel Street

$179,000

SOLD 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?

3/47 Jubilee Highway West

$215,000

HOMETTE SIZE, UNIT PRICE Incredibly spacious 2 bedroom unit located close to the city centre. 2 large bedrooms both with built in robes. Offering gas heating plus a split system reverse cycle. Large open plan kitchen dine and lounge. Electric cook top, wall oven and dishwasher as well as walk in pantry. Single garage under the main roof with remote roller door. Cute rear yard ideal for a pet. Living here is definitely easy. Only in a group of 3.

15 Brigalow Crescent

$229,000

SPACIOUS AND LUXURIOUS Simply stunning 4 bedroom home with no expense spared. The master bedroom has plenty of storage with built-in robes plus a walk-in robe. There’s also plenty of space in the luxurious ensuite with a double vanity & double shower plus a separate toilet. The gourmet kitchen features an elegant 2 pak finish, granite bench tops & an enormous walk-in pantry. A spacious family room is finished off with an ornate bay window feature. Children have their own area with a large rumpus room, which would also be ideal as a games or theatre room. Rich 14mm solid jarrah flooring is laid through the high traffic areas of the home. Enjoy all year round comfort with ducted heating throughout. Relax and entertain family & friends in the north facing alfresco area. Vehicle access is available to the rear yard with ample space for extra shedding. Arrange an inspection today and uncover all that this property has to offer.

4 McGregor Street

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

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

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LOADED WITH EXTRAS Solid 3 bedroom home situated in a quiet area, close to the city centre. Kitchen with near new stainless steel appliances, gas cook top and wall oven plus granite bench tops. Floor to ceiling built in robes in the Master bedroom. Spacious lounge and sliding doors from dining to rear paved courtyard. Dedicated study nook. Your choice of gas or slow combustion heating, in addition, ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Double garage under the main roof with internal access and a remote roller door.

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5/22 Buronga Street

1 Oakridge Crescent

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

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

74 Bertha Street • 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

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

77 BERKEFELD ROAD, OB FLAT

OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30am

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

2.587ha

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 hea ng & Electric cooking • Walk-in Pantry • Undercover Garaging for 3 vehicles, plenty of sheds and out buildings • Large mature a rac ve garden • Bore pump & Water Licence of 12, 496.0 kL • 3 Phase power to property • Has grown onions & potatoes previously. • Worthy of Inspec on! P PRICED AT $350,000

BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882 B

8 Amor Street CLASSIC SYMMETRICAL STONE COTTAGE • Three Bedrooms – one with fireplace • Formal Lounge with Gas hea ng • Kitchen adjoining a Family or Dining room extension • Rear sleep out or work room • Original Bathroom in great condi on • High ceilings and mber floors throughout • Set on an allotment of approx. 1428sqm in one of the ci es premier loca ons PRICED AT $265,000

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1 North East Terrace, Kalangadoo • 4 Bedroom home on double allotment. 2 reverse cycle air condi oners. • S/C hea ng to Lounge. Kitchen/Dining electric cooking. • Large rear Pergola/Entertaining area. • Garage/Workshop. Auto roller door. • Old Dairy, Implement Shed, Storage Shed, Stables.

9 West Street

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

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

PRICED AT $127,500

BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882

WANTED GRAZING LAND WITH NO IMPROVEMENTS 3 BEDROOM HOME on town outskirts with 3 phase power

NOW PRICED AT $320,000

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CROPPING BLOCK in Tantanoola/Millicent area CENTRAL CHARACTER HOME TO $300,000 3 BEDROOM BRICK & TILE HOMES to $230,000 EX TRUST HOMES TO $160,000 BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882

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

OUTSTANDING INVESTMENT PROPERTY WITH TWO STREET FRONTAGE 58 Commercial Street West • 12 Metre approx. frontage to Commercial Street and a 20.74 meter approx. frontage to Caldwell Street • Site area in excess of 1350 sqm • 1 Title with two buildings with Commercial Street approx. 295sqm and Calwell Street approx. 300sqm PRICED AT $595,000

• Valuable off street parking to both premises • Great Investment poten al with 2 individual Commercial premises • Re-develop (STCC) or operate from one site and lease the other • Agent in Conjunc on – Gebhardts Real Estate

RENTALS BRISK LISTINGS SHORT List NOW with LJ HOOKER 8723 2121

Phone (08) 8723 2121 55 Commercial St East, Mount Gambier John Overmaat 0417 874 286 Steve Auld 0478 144 178 Kim Cawthorne 0418 807 596 Bruce Auld 0428 849 882 RLA 240002

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AIRPORT UPGRADE UNVEILED Southern Grampians Shire Council Mayor Peter Dark last week officially opened the redevelopment of the Hamilton Airport. The redevelopment works form part of the Hamilton Airport Masterplan adopted by council in 2011 which aimed to provide a long term planning framework for the safe, secure, efficient, and sustainable use and development of the airport site. The $5.2 million upgrade includes an upgrade to the terminal, strengthening and resealing of the apron and taxiways, a new LED apron and runway lighting system including floodlighting of the apron, new office buildings, expansion of the car park and installation of a Precision Approach Path Indicator System (PAPI) to provide guidance information to help pilots acquire and maintain the correct approach. One of the most significant projects is the extension of the existing north/south runway to a length of 1700m. The runway extension allows for larger aircraft to land, bringing a wide range of benefits to the region including increased employment and investment, as well as improved social and community opportunities. Importantly, it also allows for improved security in case of natural emergencies by allowing the continued operation of the Hamilton airport as a fire-bombing base throughout the busy fire season – something which council is very proud to support. Mayor Councillor Peter Dark thanked the State Government for their support

CABERBET CELEBRATIONS SET TO LAST FOR A MONTH

of the redevelopment. “These works would not have been possible without the significant financial contribution from a number of parties,” Cr Dark said. “Along with a council contribution of $702,000, we were supported by funding of $2.3 million from Regional Development Victoria, $1.475 million from the Regional Aviation Fund and $738,000 from the Local Government Infrastructure Program. We thank the State Government for their generous support of this vitally important asset for our region.” The Hamilton Airport is an important community and strategic asset for the Southern Grampians Shire and has an integral role to play in supporting Hamilton’s role as a regional centre in

South West Victoria. Council has worked hard to ensure that Hamilton and the wider region will continue to benefit from this facility well into the future. “Council are confident that this redevelopment will assist in advocating for further commercial and private investment in the region and will enable the Hamilton Airport to cement its position as an economic, emergency service and transport hub for South West Victoria,” Cr Dark said. Above - Southern Grampians Shire Mayor Cr Peter Dark with Member for Western Victoria Simon Ramsay.

The annual Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations is set to significantly expand this year thanks to a boost in funding from the SA Tourism Commission, and a commitment from local vignerons to a month-long program. Wine industry manager Cathy Hughes said that this year’s expanded program has been released online last week www.coonawarraevents.org “It’s very exciting to see 60 events on offer this year, which represents a 60% increase on last year’s program,” Ms Hughes said. “There will definitely be a festive atmosphere each weekend, with multiple events occurring across the Coonawarra wine region.” Ms Hughes said that the program includes some perennial favorites, as well as many new events and elements for the October event. “Our popular Cabernet Masterclass will showcase seven decades of some very special and rare Coonawarra vintages, while the Retrospective Tasting will compare and contrast the wines of the last ten years - among lots of special wine tasting events on offer during the month,” she said. “This year we’ve also coordinated events around themed weekends, with barrel or en primeur tastings featured in the second weekend, and family-based Festival Fun activities occurring on the fourth weekend. The middle of the month is when our return customers have come to expect the traditional weekend of activities – which we’ve themed as ‘Classic Cabernet’, so it’s quite likely that accommodation is already at a premium for the third weekend.” Ms Hughes said the move to the expanded format was also about providing increased benefit to the wider Coonawarra and Penola community. “We know that the community really benefits from the visitation and trade generated by the Cellar Dwellers in July, so we’re optimistic about this year’s Cabernet Celebrations,” she said. “Equally though, we’ve not programmed too much on the last weekend in deference to the very popular Penola Show.”

COUNCIL PROJECT IN LINE FOR NATIONAL AWARD The District Council of Grant is pleased to announce that the River and Coastal Communities Urban Design Framework and Master Plan project recently won first prize in the Communities Award of Excellence Category at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) SA Awards night. The Project now goes automatically into the National Awards in 2017. The nomination for the Award was submitted by Outerspace Landscape Architects, who were part of council’s design team for the project. The design team comprised Master Plan SA Pty Ltd, Ian Robertson Design and Outerspace Landscape Architects. The Master Plan was designed to create a shared vision for the future of the river and coastal communities within the Council area, which included Donovans, Dry Creek, Reed Bed, Brown Bay, Eight Mile Creek, Racecourse Bay, Cape Douglas, Nene Valley, Blackfellows Caves, Pelican Point and Carpenter Rocks. The project commenced in July 2014 and was completed in December 2014, and included considerable public consultation. Council CEO Trevor Smart said it was also a great example of how council, external consultants and the local community can successfully work together to combine views and desires to positively shape the future of our river and coastal areas.

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HITTING THE HIGH NOTES ALL THIS WEEK

POPULAR RESILIENCE PROJECT VISITS THE LIMESTONE COAST

This week brings us to the peak of this year’s Mount Gambier Choral Society calendar, with the beginning of the five day long Limestone Coast Showcase. Flooding the Wehl Street theatre, 114 participants of various age categories will grace the stage to perform in front of accredited classical music teacher Susan Breen-Clarke and jazz singer Michelle Nicolle, both travelling from Melbourne. The showcase, which relies solely on loyal sponsorship from local businesses, families and the Mount Gambier City Council, runs from Tuesday until Saturday, hosting three sessions each day, with entertainment and variety to ensue with each. Monday night was the Sponsor Bight, with the showcase kicking off on Tuesday at 9am, with other sessions following at 2pm and 7pm – all are open to public audiences, with an entrance fee of $6. Given the title of the most welcoming and friendly showcase in the South East region, the showcase atmosphere is second to none, with excitement spread throughout the venue, friendships being formed and memories made. “The atmosphere of the event is just pure magic,” said Choral Society coordinator and secretary Beth McKay. “The event exposes participants to many further opportunities and gives experience in a supportive, welcoming and fun environment.” Participants are given an experience like no other, with many exposed to further opportunities both local and interstate, with the competition acting as a stepping stone to other competitions,

For the very first time, the Resilience Project, from Melbourne, will share its message with the Limestone Coast region, visiting Naracoorte early next month to teach young Australians how to be mentally strong. Two days of engaging workshops with students, teachers and parents will assist in inspiring mental health. With one in four adolescents having a mental illness in today’s society and one in three girls and one in five boys suffering from an anxiety disorder, the need for guidance and direction is essential. Alarmingly in today’s society 65% of adolescents do not seek help for mental illness so we as a community must be proactive in making a difference to our youth. This highly sought after project, recently featured on Channel 9’s The Today Extra Show, will empower parents, students and teachers with the three key elements to building resilience: • Gratitude • Mindfulness • Empathy Education Manager and presenter of the Resilience Project, Martin Heppell, who has also been intereviewed on The Project, spent a considerable amount of time growing up with his family in Borneo and was educated in different parts of South East Asia. “I am heavily influenced by the morals and values that my family and I were surrounded by whilst living with the Iban tribe in Borneo,” Martin said. “I am passionate about children being given the opportunity to be raised in a positive manner that evokes

auditions and performances. The event aims to involve the strong arts community of the area, through opportunity to apply for future competitions and an invitation to be a part of the audience of these great performances. Evident through the high standard of performances over the years, a lot of preparation, support and rehearsal is iinvolved. Following the week of performances, Saturday night comes with the highly anticipated finale show, bringing with it even more excitement and entertainment. “The showcase provides a forum to encourage singing for performance and particularly enjoyment,” said Choral Society president Judy Renney. For more information about the showcase and how to get involved, contact the society coordinator Beth McKay on 0417 891 636. By Cassidy Farrar

confidence and a zest for life.” After finishing high school in Melbourne, Martin spent three years in the AFL system, playing AFL football for St Kilda and Melbourne and then for Norwood in the SANFL. Subsequent years were then spent travelling the world backpacking for nearly three years, and upon return to Australia, Martin studied primary teaching. After completing his degree at Melbourne University, he commenced teaching at Auburn Primary. After four years, he was appointed as the Assistant Principal at Auburn Primary where he held that role for another four years – focusing on student well-being, educational leadership and cultural change. He has also coached AFL football at the Box Hill Hawks, and as First XVIII coach at both Carey Grammar and Xavier College. In all environments, he has thrived in situations that have presented challenges and have required optimism. He is passionate about children being given the opportunity to be raised in a positive manner that evokes confidence and a zest for life. The former AFL football player will present to students at the Naracoorte High School on Tuesday, September 6, following with a Parent Community Information night open to the whole region at the Naracoorte Town Hall commencing at 7pm. Entry is a gold coin donation. Hugh van Cuylenburg is the founder of The Resileince Project. Hugh has been working in education for more than 13 years. Starting out as a primary school teacher, he then moved into a position

working in a secondary setting with disengaged adolescents. The highlight of his teaching career, however, was the year he spent in the far north of India volunteering and living at an underprivileged school in the Himalayas. It was here that he discovered resilience in its purest form. Inspired by this experience (and subsequent trips to Bangaldesh and Sri Lanka) Hugh returned to Melbourne and commenced working on his own programs for schools. The Resilience Project was born. Off the back of his post graduate studies into mental health and resilience, Hugh’s presentations emphasise the value of gratitude, empathy and mindfulness. Hugh has developed and facilitated programs for more than 300 schools Australia wide. He also works with every NRL club and a handful of AFL clubs. Above - Martin Heppell in action.

At the Cinema The Light Between Oceans A lighthouse keeper and his wife living off the coast of Western Australia raise a baby they rescue from an adrift rowboat.

WEDDING DIRECTORY

Did you know? It cost 7 million dollars to build the Titanic, and 200 million dollars to make a movie about it!

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - I’M GETTING OLD... By ROBBIE TANSEL I’ve noticed lately that I’m getting older. I blame my son Shaquille for the fact the process seems to have been accelerating over the last couple of years particularly. Here are some signs that I have particularly noticed. Often when I walk out of a shopping centre, I forget where I have parked my car. On some occasions I forget which car I’m in. Very occasionally I can’t find my way out of the shopping centre. When I see an attractive young lady walking down the street, showing a large amount of flesh, instead of looking her up and down admiringly, I now tut tut

that her parents let her leave the house dressed in this fashion. Another sign of my advancing age is that I add words like floosy and hussy into the comments. Apparently we reach an age where words from the 1940s miraculously appear in our vocabulary. Going to the pub is another time where I’ve started noticing my aging. I’ve gone from having a quiet drink with my mates and other people of a similar age to being in a pub with my mates and a heap of people half my age. I used to feel comfortable and relaxed at the pub, and I can’t help thinking that all the youngsters are now looking at me wondering why some creepy old guy isn’t in bed at the nursing home receiving his nightly alcohol ration from the lovely aged care staff. At my age I know it’s a good day when I find myself with some free time

at night to remove unwanted hair. It’s an important task that should be done regularly but to actually find the time and the energy to take care of it is generally a challenge. Another sign of my advancing years is that I will sometimes go for a drive in my car, forget that I don’t have Shaquille in the car with me, and find myself fifteen minutes later singing along to Wiggles songs. It’s hard to feel good about yourself when you notice you’re cruising down the main singing about a big red car. One of the reasons I know I’m getting old is that I know the definition of the word moderation and actually put it into practice in my day to day life. In my youth I never worried about overdoing anything. If there was cake one piece was never enough. Pizza could be eaten until I couldn’t walk. There was certainly no

concern about what it might do to my body. The sad thing is that if I had thought about it a bit more in my youth I wouldn’t have to worry about it now. What do they say, “Youth is wasted on the young.” I’ve caught myself using the phrase “Back in my day” occasionally which is really a little bit scary. Again, I thought this was a phrase I might use when I was about sixty so it’s a bit disturbing to hear it coming out of my mouth. It’s not something I plan on saying either. It’s just

a reflex and it comes out of my mouth before I know what is happening. Other phrases I’ve noticed in this category are “If the other kids jumped in the Blue Lake would you do it too?” and, “Keep your fingers off the windows.” One more sign of the battle I’m losing with Father Time is my obsession with things like getting postcards. By the way, thanks to all the legends who have been sending me postcards via Lifestyle1. The excitement I get from each one is definitely a reflection of the sort of things that excite me in old age. I’ll be bird watching in no time, I’m sure Probably the oddest thing about it is that when I look in the mirror, despite the grey hair, disappearing hairline, wrinkles, tired eyes, eyebrow hairs sticking out at bizarre angles, and saggy jowls, I still feel that I’m the same guy I was when I was eighteen. I guess that indicates that the dementia is already starting to take hold. If you want to email me you can get me on the new fangled technology at robbietansel@gmail.com

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13. Which country finished second behind the United States on the medal tally? 14. In which two events did Mo Farah successfully defend his Olympic titles? 15. Who scored both Brazil’s match winning penalty kick, as well as the only goal the host nation scored in the final in regular time? 16. What colour medal did Emily Seebohm come home with? 17. How many Olympics gold medals has sprint star Usain Bolt won? 18. Who won Australia’s first individual gold medal of the Rio games? 19. Taylor Worth represented Australia in which sport? 20. How many gold medals did US gymnast Simone Biles take home? 21. Which sport’s medals were decided at Maracana Stadium? 22. Which country won gold in the women’s hockey? 23. In what sport did Aussie Chloe Esposito win gold? 24. Who carried the Australian flag in the closing ceremony? 25. How many medals did Australia win?

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ADVERTORIAL - NEUROSCIENCE HEALING THE MIND AND BODY Those suffering from the effects of traumatic or stressful events, physical pain, addictions, compulsions, fears and phobias can now access a proven healing technique right here. The Havening Centre Australia is now open in Mount Gambier and Hamilton for consultations. Catherine Yates, a Clinical Hypnotherapist, Kinesiologist and Medical Herbalist, is qualified in practicing the Havening Technique. This powerful healing tool is based on neuroscience and uses a combination of psychosensory techniques and touch to permanently remove these traumas that have been encoded inside the brain. Once removed they never come back. This method has been shaped and refined over a 15 year period and trains the brain to de-traumatise the upsetting memory. In turn, the negative effects are removed from the psyche and body. The process has no known side effects and can be applied to a large variety of conditions. This has been successfully used in pain management, stress reduction, obsessions,

post traumatic stress disorder, anger, low self esteem and more. One of the founders of this technique, a New York Doctor and Neuroscientist, Dr Ronald Ruden M.D. Above - Catherine Yates is now practicing the Havening Technique from Hamilton and Mount Gambier.


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GIVE GENEROUSLY TO LEGACY THIS WEEK

Mount Gambier Taekwondo instructor Kye Todd now has a complete set of international medals, returning from the ITF Taekwondo World Titles, in England, with a gold and a bronze medal to go with the silver and the bronze he has won at previous events. Kye has represented Australia on four occasions now and it was a case of fourth time lucky as he bagged his first gold. Kye (pictured) has been practicing Taekwondo for 14 years, taking it up while living in the Riverland, with the majority of his career being here in the South East. “I tried lots of other sports but this was the one I loved,” Kye said. And it turns out, it was not just a sport he loved but something he was really good at, as well.“I was really happy with the result in England,” Kye said. “It has taken a while for the Australians to be noticed at an international level but that is slowly changing.” Kye is a IV Degree black belt and international instructor, who works with students in Mount Gambier and Millicent, where he also works with children with special needs, as part of the Azure Taekwondo group. Assistant instructor Darren Herpich, a 2nd Dan black belt, is also part of the Azure team, teaching self defence, sparring, patterns and other aspects of the popular sport. ITF Taekwondo has been approved for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, giving Kye a special long term goal to work towards. Leading in the recent world titles, Kye was training up to six days a week, for up to five hours, combining that heavy training load with his work commitments at Anytime Fitness. “My training involves stretching, functional training, weights and all sorts,” he said. “It certainly never gets boring.” Kye’s four international medals are part of a 30 medal haul over his career, which includes a multitude of State and national success. There were 45 countries represented at the 2016 World Titles, with Kye defeating three of Argentina’s competitors, the Argentines being one of the leading nation’s in the sport. “That did make it more special,” Kye said. Kye now has the 2017 and 2018 World Titles in his sights, the next two major international meets being hosted by Korea and Argentina respectively, and then it will be all about Tokyo. There are two branches of Taekwondo internationally – the WTF is already part of the Olympics and utilises body armour, while the ITF style that Kye competes in, uses gloves and boots only and is a higher contact branch of the sport. If you are interested in finding out more about Taekwondo check out the local club’s facebook pages www.facebook.com/azuretaekwondo and www.facebook.com/ azuretkdmount; call Tammy on 0417 849 101 or head out to our Taekwondo class at the Blue Lake Gymnasium on Fridays after 4.30pm.

For each serving Australian who risks everything - a family does the same. Australians will have the chance to show their support for these very special families by buying a badge during Legacy Week, which is this week. As one of Australia’s most iconic charities, Legacy grew out of the ashes of World War One and still supports around 90,000 families of defence personnel who have given their lives or their health for their country. Australia has lost just over 100,000 service men and women in all conflicts with many, many more badly injured, both mentally and physically. In WWI alone around 60,000 service men and women were killed with another 60,000 losing their lives in the following 10 years as a result of their service. This Friday is the annual Legacy Badge Day for 2016. In the Limestone Coast, Legatees, Legacy widows, members of the RSL, RSL Women’s Auxiliary, Service Cadets and other volunteers will be selling Legacy badges at venues in all towns and larger townships. Members of the public are asked to buy a badge or another item of merchandise such as a wristband, pen or teddy bear dressed in an Australian military uniform, to help support the dependants of servicemen and women who died whilst on, or following active service. Service cadets will also be at the Western Border finals being played at McLaughlin Park, in Millicent, this Saturday. A promise to look after the “missus and the kids” made by diggers in WWI to their mates who had fallen continues at the heart of what Legacy does today. Legacy’s cares for widows and dependants, with all sharing the heartache of losing a loved one – either physically or mentally – which can last a lifetime. Legacy’s role continues to evolve to accommodate the changing needs of the families we support, including those affected by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), where the veteran is still alive but the family needs additional support due to his or her mental health issues. The majority of Legacy widows are the widows of World War II Servicemen, with an increasing number of Korean and Vietnam widows joining their number. Lower South East Legacy Chairman Sandy Coulson asks members of the community to make a special effort this year to buy a Legacy Badge to help these ladies supported by Legacy locally. Sadly, the number of World War 2 ladies is reducing, but there are nearly 380 widows and 30 legatees across the Limestone Coast. Legatees are mainly ex-service people who voluntarily give their time to support widows, widowers and children, including some adult children with a disability. Legacy’s income is not government based and it relies on the generosity of the community for financial support. Each year the Limestone Coast community raises thousands of dollars to support the work of Legacy. As well as badge day, several hotels and clubs have tin hats on their counters where people can donate to Legacy during the year. Anyone who misses badge day can also donate at their local RSL Legacy also needs helpers to sell badges in Mount Gambier on Friday. If you can help, please contact Legatee Peter Coulson on 0428 816 851 or hyside@bigpond.net.au. An hour of your time would be of enormous assistance to assist the families of those who did so much for us. .

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THE NEED FOR SPEED Chances are if you enjoy motor sport and attend local events from the Legend of the Lakes Hill Climb to the Pines Enduro and everything in between, you have seen Darren Archibald. A mild mannered customer service specialist in a bank by day, come weekends, Darren is an avid photographer, who is well known for his work in off road racing and other local motor sport events. And given he has only lived in this region for eight years, his passion for the community means he is also often seen behind the lens at community events, capturing what makes this region tick. He grew up in Port Broughton and left school to pursue what was a popular and respected career – working in a bank. And, as was the case back in 1987 when he first joined the bank, that often meant being on the move and working in a number of regional centres. He started in Port Pirie, where he worked for Wetspac, also spending time in Coober Pedy and Port Augusta, before returning to Port Pirie and then being stationed in Bordertown. “Back in those days it was the job you did if you had no aspirations to go to university,” Darren said. “And that certainly didn’t interest me. Working for the bank has been an enjoyable ride.” When he started he was in back of house, processing cheques and deposits, and inputting all the information. Now he is often the first face you see when you enter the Commonwealth Bank Mount Gambier

branch, he made the move early in his South East career, where he is a customer service specialist. “Basically I have to identify how we can help customers better and provide solutions for them based on their needs,” he said. But when he’s not helping with the financial needs of his customers, he is behind the camera, an obsession that only really emerged in the early 1990s when he bought his first camera, just before heading on a Contiki Tour. “I did photography in high school as an elective but that was it really,” Darren said. “Now I pretty much have a camera with me most times when I am out and about.” Of course, his first camera was predigital so you put in a roll of film, took the images, and had no idea exactly what you would have when they were developed. “I have learnt more about photography in three years with a digital SLR than using the film camera for 20 years,” he said. In

Coober Pedy he focussed on the landscape but he always had an interest in cars and eventually that became a huge part of his photography work. “Back in high school we went to a car show and took photos as part of a school project,” he said. “My interest in cars, motoring and motor sport does

stem back to my school days.” It was when he photographed the local Valentine’s Day Rod Run here in the South East that he started to think he could take his hobby to the next level. “When you start getting positive feedback about your photos you do start to think you could take it further,” Darren said. So while he has no intention of giving up his day job, the motor sport photography, in particular, has become a bigger part of his down time, if you could call it that. “Off road racing is my favourite,” he said. “The perspective of action and it is easy to get some pretty dramatic shots.” That sees Darren as a familiar face at the Pines Enduro and Limestone Coast Off Road Racing Club events. “And if nothing else, it’s good fun to watch,” he said. “I go to some events just to take photos and other times I like to have the time to just watch as well.” He also regularly attends the Legend of the Lakes Hill Climb and Autofest. Darren credits much of his development as a photographer with joining local photography groups, of which there is a handful in this region. “There is a wealth of knowledge to draw on and plenty of opportunities to develop your skills,” he said. “It’s really good for networking and you find you start to run into the same people at the events you attend. And that’s good too because it forces you to think what you are going to do to be different from everybody else.” And while Darren has worked across the

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gamut of photography opportunities, there is one facet of photography he has no intention of venturing into it – weddings. “People that do weddings earn their money tenfold,” he said. “I did my brotherin-law’s wedding and it was the most

stressful day of his life. To deal with the pressure of having to get it right on the day takes a special type of person.” So Darren is content dodging flying dirt and fast moving vehicles, rather than capturing one of the most important days in anyone’s life. Darren, who is an active member of the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier Lakes, admits being community minded was a huge part of his upbringing, and why it felt natural to him to get involved when he moved to the South East. “My family has always been very community minded – my dad was in St John for 20 years,” Darren said. “I think that’s just part of growing up in a small country town.” Darren joined Apex when he moved to Bordertown before having a break from a service club role. “But when I moved to Mount Gambier I was asked to a Rotary meeting and the timing was just right as the kids were at that age that I could give a bit more,” he said. That was five years ago and he continues to be hands on at a number of

Rotary and other community events – in front of and behind the lens. He opted to register a business name, if for no other reason, than the insurance and safety considerations when shooting motorsport. It also means he can gain accreditation for a number of events. “It means I am not just some Joe Blow with a camera,” he said. And so, Turn 8 Photography was born – his reputation building all the time. “The camera basically lives in the car wherever we go,” Darren said. Darren lives in Mount Gambier with his wife Yvonne, who is a teacher at Yahl Primary School, and 15 year old son Jackson. Eldest son Hayden, 19, moved to Adelaide this year for tertiary study. Hayden used to work alongside his dad at Turn 8 Photography and has covered a couple of events in Adelaide for the business, since relocating. “Mount Gambier really has become home,” Darren said. “It’s the longest we’ve lived anywhere.” Jackson has been studying photography at school and looks set to see the family tradition continue. Darren is looking forward to the national drift car event heading to Mount Gambier next month as something new in the world of motor sport for him to capture and further develop his skills and widen his repertoire. It does of course make for a busy weekend for the off road racing aficionado as it is the same weekend as the time honoured Pines Enduro, September 23-25.


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Local Sport PIONEERS PUT SOUTH CONFERENCE ON THE LINE AT ICEHOUSE Hard to argue against the fact the two best teams in the SEABL South Conference are set to face off for the 2016 title on the Icehouse pine. The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers earned the home court advantage with a win in Tasmania a week ago, but the Hobart Chargers easily earned a rematch. Stamping their authority on the contest early, the Chargers flexed their muscles early and never took their foot off the pedal against a somewhat shell shocked Albury Wodonga Bandits. For the Pioneers, preparing for a South Conference final is business as usual but that doesn’t change what is on the line for the reigning champions “We’ve got our preparation down pat,” Pioneers skipper Matt Sutton said. “It doesn’t get easier, though, everyone gets nervous before a big game.” Sutton said the group has shown good intensity all week on the training court but now

having an opponent to focus on, will help to start focus the preparations. “It is strange training without an opponent in mind or a game coming up,” he said. “Knowing who we are playing almost makes us more relaxed now.” Both Brad Hill and Desmond Simmons are set to return to full training this week as the Pioneers enter the South Conference final with a full strength roster with all players having had a chance to significantly contribute in the past month. “I think it makes it hard for other teams that we don’t rely on one or two players,” Sutton said. “Our system encourages everyone to be aggressive, giving people different looks, inside and outside, and there is always someone to step up if someone is having a day game.” Sutton’s 2nd semi final performance epitomised that, playing extended minutes as he showed good form from beyond the arc to fill the offensive void left by the absence of Hill. Jarrad Weeks and Shane Southwell are the Chargers key offensive threats but Sutton is all too aware, the Chargers are a classy lineup that have other players, like Tom Wright, that can have an influence. “All the results in the past don’t mean anything and Hobart is an outstanding team.” Sutton said. “I would like to think that playing at home is an advantage.” Of course, these two teams have the unusual record this year of winning on the road and losing at home when they face off. Tip off is at 8pm on Friday. Tickets went on sale Tuesday. TICKET PRICES SOUTH CONFERENCE CONFERENCE FINAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 • 8PM Adult $25 Child (12 years and Under) $15 Concession $20 Family (2 Adults, 2 Children 12 & Under) $65 If you have any ticket enquiries please forward to membership@pioneersbasketball.com.au

KNT FOOTBALL QUALIFYING FINALS A GRADE Kybybolite 2.4 4.7 8.8 11.13 (79) Lucindale 3.0 5.4 5.6 10.7 (67) Goals - Kybybolite: S. Carberry, S. Munn, S. Shpeherd 2; N. Stark, J. Bittner, T. Cooper, D. Schinckel, T. Hunter. Lucindale: M. Kelsh, T. Logan, S. Mardling, R. McInerney 2; A. Smart, T. MacKenzie. Best - Kybybolite: J. Jaensch, T. Cooper, D. Arnold, S. Munn, N. Stark, D. Brodie. Lucindale: R. Handbury, D. McCarthy, J. Boschen, T. Logan, T. Menz, R. McInerney.

RESERVES Bordertown 2.1 4.4 6.5 12.6 (78) Mundulla 0.1 2.1 2.2 4.3 (27) Goals - Bordertown: N. Hampel 5; C. Narras 4; G. Twigden, B. Lodewyk, C. Williams. Mundulla: R. Williams, D. Burgess, B. Milligan, W. Packer. Best - Bordertown: G. Twigden, T. Devitt, C. Barras, J. Tink, K. Thompson, J. Searle. Mundulla: B. Lehmann, C. Wiese, H, Graetz, B. Milligan, A. Halliday.

SENIOR COLTS Naracoorte 2.4 5.7 7.8 9.13 (67) Keith 2.1 2.1 5.2 5.2 (32) Goals - Naracoorte: C. Myall 5; J. Adams, C. Smith, N. Standley, N. Lacey. Keith: L. Livingstone, A. Llewelleyn, T. Hawthorne, G. Driver, Z. Martin. Best - Naracoorte: W. Harris, C. Smith, R. Palma, N. Standley, R. Pedler, D. Wilson. Keith: L. Lingstone, T. Hawthorne, S. Schreiber, L. JOhnson, J. Watts, W. Schreiber.

JUNIOR COLTS

Keith 1.1 2.1 2.2 4.4 (28) Kingston 1.1 1.2 3.3 3.3 (21) Goals - Keith: G. Driver 2; T. Llewelyn, W. Scrieiber. Kingston: L. Robertson, J. Troeth, L. Pedlar. Best - Keith: G. Driver, W. Schreiber, J. Walter, A. Llewelyn, J. McAuley, D. Qualmann. Kingston: L. Pedlar, W. Watts, J. Harding, H. Wright, C. Craig, C. Watts.

KNT NETBALL QUALIFYING FINALS A GRADE Keith 47 (E. Gilbert) d Bordertown 45 (E. Foulds)

A RESERVE Keith 49 (G. Cadzow) d naracoorte 46 (S. Henschke)

B GRADE

Penola 54 (N. Hayes) d Border Districts 41 (B. Sambell)

C GRADE Mundulla 49 (O. English) d Keith 39 (S. Tugwell)

17 & UNDER Penola 47 (G. Robbie) d Keith 25 (A. Crafter)

15 & UNDER A Naracoorte 52 (I. Stokie) d Mundulla 37 (M. Thorpe)

15 & UNDER B Naraocorte 41 (E. Miles) d Penola 34 (A. Marcus)

13 & UNDER A Lucindale 51 (E. Gould) d Keith 28 (A. Hunt)

MT GAMBIER NETBALL - SEMI FINALS A GRADE Hobitz 37 (M. Bucik, K. Stewart) d Saints 29 (P. Douglas, Z. Rout) Vicis 70 (A. Jones, J. Case) d Zodiacs 21 (D. Reade, T. Hutchesson) A2 GRADE Saints 43 (C. Cook, M. Bowd) d Hobitz 34 (J. Greenwood, T. Lowe) Intruders 55 (B. Easterbrook, E. Hart) d Zodiacs Blue 45 (A. Collins, S. Harfull) B1 GRADE Saints 45 (P. Aston, A. Latham) d Nomads 30 (N. Phillips, R. Dyer) Hobitz 42 d Intruders 34 B2 GRADE Nomads 32 (L. Long, M. Long) d Saints 27 (J. Coates, C. Hosking) Vicis 45 (K. Earle, B. Jackway) d Intruders Black 30 (B. Lamond, K. Langdon) C GRADE Intruders Orange 45 d Intruders Black 33 Noamds Jade 47 d Nomads Blue 28 17 & UNDER Vicis White 52 (M. Bonanno, M. Lawson) d Intruders 41 (C. Perryman, A. Walters) Saints 28 (L. Gazzard, D. Passauer-Jones) d Vicis Green 27 (A. Plunkett, M. Coclonis) 15 & UNDER A Intruders 37 d Saints 23; Vicis 46 d Zodiacs 42 15 & UNDER B Zodiacs Gold 41 d Intruders Black 31; Zodiacs Blue 35 d Vicis 27 13 & UNDER A Intruders 55 d Vicis 42; Zodiacs 62 d Hobitz 11 13 & UNDER B Intruders Black 22 d Zodiacs Blue 16; Hobitz 28 d Vicis White 17

HAMPDEN FNL - A GRADE FOOTBALL Koroit 13.13 (91( d Portland 7.10 (52) Camperdown 19.20 (134) d Hamilton Kangaroos 9.7 (61) NETBALL Camperdown 43 d Hamilton Kangaroos 39 (R. Lewis, T. Morris, E. Kermeen) Koroit 46 d Portland 37 (K. Jennings, R. Grant, T. Falconer)

BASKETBALL - SECBL A GRADE MEN’S A GRADE Saints 101 (A. Schultz 23; J. Murphy 21; J. Fleming 17) d Roos 71 (M. Makoi 31; C. Bachmann 18; M. Bachmann 9); Bulldogs 86 (L. Hunter 28; S. Sochacki 15; M. Berkefeld 14) d Cougars 75 (S. Stafford 26; B. Ousey 24; S. Braim 13); Wizards 84 (D. Jeffree 21; P. Loring 19; M. Stephens 15) d Panthers 66 (D. Brown 25; T. Brown 18; J. Ryan 12) Semi Finals – August 3 SF1 – 7.30pm • Court 1 • Bulldogs v Saints SF2 - 8.45pm • Court 3 • Cougars v Wizards WOMEN’S A GRADE (GRAND FINAL) Saints 54 (O. Fuller 19; J. Allan 11; A. Winter 7) d Cougars 52 (T. Gray 20; E. McDiarmid 14; M. Watson 10) AWARDS Most Valuable Player for the Season – Brenna McKay – Panthers Winner of the Sally-Jane Allen/Trisha Flett Memorial Trophy – Brenna McKay – Panthers Most Valuable Player in the Grand Final - Molly Watson - Cougars

SWDFL - A GRADE 2nd SEMI FINAL Tyrendarra 1.0 5.5 6.5 8.10 (58) Coleraine 3.3 4.4 6.6 6.10 (46) Goals - Tyrendarra: D. Barr 3; T. Vaughan 2; T. O’Connell, H. Dyke, T. Chester. Coleraine: A. Whale, D. Russell 2; Z. McDonald, L. Kaine. Best - Tyrendarra: T. O’Connell, S. Clark, S. Marra, J. Atwell, J. Hawker, H. Dyke. Coleraine: D. Russell, C. Tosetti, A. Richardson, J. Gould, J. Norris, A. Gould.

FULL FINALS RESULTS FROM THE SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE & KOWREE NARACOORTE TATIARA FOOTBALL & NETBALL FINALS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE. Left (fom left) - Casterton Sandford’s Ethan Currie; Matt Killey (Casterton Sandford) spoiling Kevin Thomson (East) & Jackson Gibbs just gets this kick away before Jake McKeon converges in A Grade Western Border football 1st semi final action. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

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Local Sport PIONEERS PUT SOUTH CONFERENCE ON THE LINE AT ICEHOUSE Hard to argue against the fact the two best teams in the SEABL South Conference are set to face off for the 2016 title on the Icehouse pine. The Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers earned the home court advantage with a win in Tasmania a week ago, but the Hobart Chargers easily earned a rematch. Stamping their authority on the contest early, the Chargers flexed their muscles early and never took their foot off the pedal against a somewhat shell shocked Albury Wodonga Bandits. For the Pioneers, preparing for a South Conference final is business as usual but that doesn’t change what is on the line for the reigning champions “We’ve got our preparation down pat,” Pioneers skipper Matt Sutton said. “It doesn’t get easier, though, everyone gets nervous before a big game.” Sutton said the group has shown good intensity all week on the training court but now

having an opponent to focus on, will help to start focus the preparations. “It is strange training without an opponent in mind or a game coming up,” he said. “Knowing who we are playing almost makes us more relaxed now.” Both Brad Hill and Desmond Simmons are set to return to full training this week as the Pioneers enter the South Conference final with a full strength roster with all players having had a chance to significantly contribute in the past month. “I think it makes it hard for other teams that we don’t rely on one or two players,” Sutton said. “Our system encourages everyone to be aggressive, giving people different looks, inside and outside, and there is always someone to step up if someone is having a day game.” Sutton’s 2nd semi final performance epitomised that, playing extended minutes as he showed good form from beyond the arc to fill the offensive void left by the absence of Hill. Jarrad Weeks and Shane Southwell are the Chargers key offensive threats but Sutton is all too aware, the Chargers are a classy lineup that have other players, like Tom Wright, that can have an influence. “All the results in the past don’t mean anything and Hobart is an outstanding team.” Sutton said. “I would like to think that playing at home is an advantage.” Of course, these two teams have the unusual record this year of winning on the road and losing at home when they face off. Tip off is at 8pm on Friday. Tickets went on sale Tuesday. TICKET PRICES SOUTH CONFERENCE CONFERENCE FINAL FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 • 8PM Adult $25 Child (12 years and Under) $15 Concession $20 Family (2 Adults, 2 Children 12 & Under) $65 If you have any ticket enquiries please forward to membership@pioneersbasketball.com.au

KNT FOOTBALL QUALIFYING FINALS A GRADE Kybybolite 2.4 4.7 8.8 11.13 (79) Lucindale 3.0 5.4 5.6 10.7 (67) Goals - Kybybolite: S. Carberry, S. Munn, S. Shpeherd 2; N. Stark, J. Bittner, T. Cooper, D. Schinckel, T. Hunter. Lucindale: M. Kelsh, T. Logan, S. Mardling, R. McInerney 2; A. Smart, T. MacKenzie. Best - Kybybolite: J. Jaensch, T. Cooper, D. Arnold, S. Munn, N. Stark, D. Brodie. Lucindale: R. Handbury, D. McCarthy, J. Boschen, T. Logan, T. Menz, R. McInerney.

RESERVES Bordertown 2.1 4.4 6.5 12.6 (78) Mundulla 0.1 2.1 2.2 4.3 (27) Goals - Bordertown: N. Hampel 5; C. Narras 4; G. Twigden, B. Lodewyk, C. Williams. Mundulla: R. Williams, D. Burgess, B. Milligan, W. Packer. Best - Bordertown: G. Twigden, T. Devitt, C. Barras, J. Tink, K. Thompson, J. Searle. Mundulla: B. Lehmann, C. Wiese, H, Graetz, B. Milligan, A. Halliday.

SENIOR COLTS Naracoorte 2.4 5.7 7.8 9.13 (67) Keith 2.1 2.1 5.2 5.2 (32) Goals - Naracoorte: C. Myall 5; J. Adams, C. Smith, N. Standley, N. Lacey. Keith: L. Livingstone, A. Llewelleyn, T. Hawthorne, G. Driver, Z. Martin. Best - Naracoorte: W. Harris, C. Smith, R. Palma, N. Standley, R. Pedler, D. Wilson. Keith: L. Lingstone, T. Hawthorne, S. Schreiber, L. JOhnson, J. Watts, W. Schreiber.

JUNIOR COLTS

Keith 1.1 2.1 2.2 4.4 (28) Kingston 1.1 1.2 3.3 3.3 (21) Goals - Keith: G. Driver 2; T. Llewelyn, W. Scrieiber. Kingston: L. Robertson, J. Troeth, L. Pedlar. Best - Keith: G. Driver, W. Schreiber, J. Walter, A. Llewelyn, J. McAuley, D. Qualmann. Kingston: L. Pedlar, W. Watts, J. Harding, H. Wright, C. Craig, C. Watts.

KNT NETBALL QUALIFYING FINALS A GRADE Keith 47 (E. Gilbert) d Bordertown 45 (E. Foulds)

A RESERVE Keith 49 (G. Cadzow) d naracoorte 46 (S. Henschke)

B GRADE

Penola 54 (N. Hayes) d Border Districts 41 (B. Sambell)

C GRADE Mundulla 49 (O. English) d Keith 39 (S. Tugwell)

17 & UNDER Penola 47 (G. Robbie) d Keith 25 (A. Crafter)

15 & UNDER A Naracoorte 52 (I. Stokie) d Mundulla 37 (M. Thorpe)

15 & UNDER B Naraocorte 41 (E. Miles) d Penola 34 (A. Marcus)

13 & UNDER A Lucindale 51 (E. Gould) d Keith 28 (A. Hunt)

MT GAMBIER NETBALL - SEMI FINALS A GRADE Hobitz 37 (M. Bucik, K. Stewart) d Saints 29 (P. Douglas, Z. Rout) Vicis 70 (A. Jones, J. Case) d Zodiacs 21 (D. Reade, T. Hutchesson) A2 GRADE Saints 43 (C. Cook, M. Bowd) d Hobitz 34 (J. Greenwood, T. Lowe) Intruders 55 (B. Easterbrook, E. Hart) d Zodiacs Blue 45 (A. Collins, S. Harfull) B1 GRADE Saints 45 (P. Aston, A. Latham) d Nomads 30 (N. Phillips, R. Dyer) Hobitz 42 d Intruders 34 B2 GRADE Nomads 32 (L. Long, M. Long) d Saints 27 (J. Coates, C. Hosking) Vicis 45 (K. Earle, B. Jackway) d Intruders Black 30 (B. Lamond, K. Langdon) C GRADE Intruders Orange 45 d Intruders Black 33 Noamds Jade 47 d Nomads Blue 28 17 & UNDER Vicis White 52 (M. Bonanno, M. Lawson) d Intruders 41 (C. Perryman, A. Walters) Saints 28 (L. Gazzard, D. Passauer-Jones) d Vicis Green 27 (A. Plunkett, M. Coclonis) 15 & UNDER A Intruders 37 d Saints 23; Vicis 46 d Zodiacs 42 15 & UNDER B Zodiacs Gold 41 d Intruders Black 31; Zodiacs Blue 35 d Vicis 27 13 & UNDER A Intruders 55 d Vicis 42; Zodiacs 62 d Hobitz 11 13 & UNDER B Intruders Black 22 d Zodiacs Blue 16; Hobitz 28 d Vicis White 17

HAMPDEN FNL - A GRADE FOOTBALL Koroit 13.13 (91( d Portland 7.10 (52) Camperdown 19.20 (134) d Hamilton Kangaroos 9.7 (61) NETBALL Camperdown 43 d Hamilton Kangaroos 39 (R. Lewis, T. Morris, E. Kermeen) Koroit 46 d Portland 37 (K. Jennings, R. Grant, T. Falconer)

BASKETBALL - SECBL A GRADE MEN’S A GRADE Saints 101 (A. Schultz 23; J. Murphy 21; J. Fleming 17) d Roos 71 (M. Makoi 31; C. Bachmann 18; M. Bachmann 9); Bulldogs 86 (L. Hunter 28; S. Sochacki 15; M. Berkefeld 14) d Cougars 75 (S. Stafford 26; B. Ousey 24; S. Braim 13); Wizards 84 (D. Jeffree 21; P. Loring 19; M. Stephens 15) d Panthers 66 (D. Brown 25; T. Brown 18; J. Ryan 12) Semi Finals – August 3 SF1 – 7.30pm • Court 1 • Bulldogs v Saints SF2 - 8.45pm • Court 3 • Cougars v Wizards WOMEN’S A GRADE (GRAND FINAL) Saints 54 (O. Fuller 19; J. Allan 11; A. Winter 7) d Cougars 52 (T. Gray 20; E. McDiarmid 14; M. Watson 10) AWARDS Most Valuable Player for the Season – Brenna McKay – Panthers Winner of the Sally-Jane Allen/Trisha Flett Memorial Trophy – Brenna McKay – Panthers Most Valuable Player in the Grand Final - Molly Watson - Cougars

SWDFL - A GRADE 2nd SEMI FINAL Tyrendarra 1.0 5.5 6.5 8.10 (58) Coleraine 3.3 4.4 6.6 6.10 (46) Goals - Tyrendarra: D. Barr 3; T. Vaughan 2; T. O’Connell, H. Dyke, T. Chester. Coleraine: A. Whale, D. Russell 2; Z. McDonald, L. Kaine. Best - Tyrendarra: T. O’Connell, S. Clark, S. Marra, J. Atwell, J. Hawker, H. Dyke. Coleraine: D. Russell, C. Tosetti, A. Richardson, J. Gould, J. Norris, A. Gould.

FULL FINALS RESULTS FROM THE SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE & KOWREE NARACOORTE TATIARA FOOTBALL & NETBALL FINALS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE. Left (fom left) - Casterton Sandford’s Ethan Currie; Matt Killey (Casterton Sandford) spoiling Kevin Thomson (East) & Jackson Gibbs just gets this kick away before Jake McKeon converges in A Grade Western Border football 1st semi final action. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

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Local Sport MOSSIES PREMIERSHIP DEFENCE HITS A MAGPIE ROAD BLOCK At finals time you expect the cream to rise to the top and that’s exactly what happened at the weekend in poor conditions for football, as it blew a gale at Kongorong. Kalangadoo coach Ben Mules was clearly best on ground as he led his team to a grand final berth in a fortnight’s time, relegating reigning premiers Mt Burr to this weekend’s preliminary final against Tantanoola. The former Glenelg skipper played loose across half back, especially when Mt Burr had the breeze in the first and third quarters, and was instrumental in stemming the scoring, arguably racking up 15 possession in the opening quarter alone. Given what was on the line, it was a tame affair, which highlighted that the Magpies are so even across the park, with the final margin of 45 points, courtesy of some late goals in junk time when the Mossies had put the cue in the rack. 2016

Mail Medallist Jack Casey was an influential player, starting in the ruck, in the absence of Jon Mules, but then really having an impact up forward in the second half, and Lachy Jones showed his class, winning plenty of the ball and, as he always does, didn’t waste a possession. Nathan Reeves loomed as another dangerous option up forward for the Magpies and had the chance to bag three or four, finishing with just the one, though, in the tough conditions. Andrew Stone and Michael Krieger got the job done on the opposing wings, using their pace to great effect to carry the ball, while Tom Williams provided plenty of rebound off half back. It was the usual suspects for the Burr as well, with Clint Gallio and Andrew Ridley leading from the front, Gallio winning the ball in the clinches and Ridley breaking the lines with his run and always using the footy well.

The form of rising ruck talent Henry Crauford has been impressive in the past month and he looked right at home, while Josh Fiebig provided good run on the wing. Mt Burr now takes on Tantanoola for the remaining spot in the 2016 decider.

YOUNG TALL WINS MAIL MEDAL AS COCKS ADDS TO HIS SILVERWARE

Below - Tough conditions at Kongorong at the weekend as Kalangadoo advanced to the 2016 grand final with 2016 Mail Medallist Jack Casey (right) having an influence up forward. PHOTOS COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL 2ND SEMI FINALS A GRADE Kalangadoo 0.0 3.6 5.6 12.12 (84) Mt Burr 3.3 3.4 5.9 5.9 (39) Goals - Kalangadoo: L. Jones, A. Reynolds, J. Casey 2; M. Lowe, M. Krieger, B. Mules, M. Durbridge, T. Williams, N. Reeves. Mt Burr: L. Von Einem, T. Stanley, M. Gordon, N. Muhovics, J. Dowdy, Best - Kalangadoo: L. Jones, M. Lowe, J. Casey, M. Berkefeld, B. Ousey, A. Stone. Mt Burr: H. Crauford, J. Wallis, A. Ridley, L. Von Einem, C. Gallio, B. Hennink.

B GRADE

Tantanoola 2.1 4.4 5.7 6.11 (47) Port MacDonnell 1.4 1.4 3.9 4.9 (33) Goals - Tantanoola: C. Hamilton 2; M. Pilmore, T. McGRath, J. Varcoe, Z. Courbois. Pt Mac: T. Lampard, C. McCabe, M. Sullivan, K. Blacksell. Best - Tantanoola: R. Hay, M. Warren, T. McGrath, C. Paproth, A. Lindner, J. Varcoe. Pt Mac: M. Byrne, T. O’Connor, T. Johnson, A. McGregor, B. Creek, J. Feast.

2016 Best & Fairest (Mail Medallist) Jack Casey (above) and Hahn Super Dry Most Valuable Player & Runner-Up Best & Fairest (Walker Medal) Zacc Cocks (below left with sponsor representative Leigh McManus)

SENIOR COLTS

Port MacDonnell 3.0 11.3 15.4 18.7 (115) Hatherleigh 4.2 4.2 6.4 6.5 (41) Goals - Pt Mac: N. Wilke, N. STeeb 3; T. Newton, L. Tilley, L. Bottomley, B. Newton 2; J. Owen, R. Timms, H. Lynch, T. Ebejer. Hatherleigh: J. Wight 3; J. Jones, C. Skeer, L.Brown. Best - Pt Mac: B. Milstead, R. Walker, B. Steen, R. Timms, W. Chant. Hatherleigh: C. Skeer, J. Gray, L. Lang, L. Brown,

JUNIOR COLTS

Kalangadoo 0.0 4.4 4.4 8.7 (55) Kongorong 2.3 2.3 4.5 4.6 (30) Goals - Kalangadoo: L. McIntyre, M. Davies 2; L. Redford, B. Kurzman, M. Varcoe, J. Mules. Kongorong: L. Smith 2; B. Olds, C. Hein. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Davies, L. McIntyre, L. Redford, M. Varcoe, E. Boyd, T. Jerome. Kongorong: C. Hein, T. Mahony, W. Vickery, A. Dethmore, G. Stanley, B. Gale.

MAGPIES CONTINUE UNTROUBLED PREMIERSHIP DEFENCE There’s a reason Kalangadoo has won 19 of the past 22 Mid South East Netball Association A Grade premierships. And there’s a reason they seem to be marching to number 20 with few challenges or hurdles standing in their way. In fact there are multiple reasons, built on the foundation that they are simply the best team with the best players. Multi premiership players Jayde Peacock and Melissa Russell added to their individual trophy cabinets when they shared the 2016 Best & Fairest honour – Peacock continuing to make history with her seventh gong, her third in succession, a feat she first achieved from 1999-2001, with 1997 bringing her first award as a teenager. Russell is also a multiple winner. The duo headlines the star studded Magpies with veteran wing attack Kirsty Egan, who was selected in that role in the 2016 Team of the Year, reliable shooter Jenna Paproth, experienced defenders Kylie Schultz and Leah Ousey and rising talent Jade Opie. On Saturday, they advanced to their 23rd consecutive grand final since claiming the 1994 premiership and starting a period of dominance rarely seen in sport at any level. After a tight opening few minutes, it didn’t take Kalangadoo to take control of the contest and by the first break, the lead was already nine.

Built on the defensive pressure of the Magpies back three of Schultz, Ousey and Opie, Kalangadoo was able to use slick ball movement, despite the windy conditions, to turn defence into attack in the blink of an eye and Peacock and Egan are always safe with ball in hand and found Paproth and Russell in good space. The Magpies extended that lead in the second, although the middle two quarters of the contest were a lot tighter, with the Eagles no doubt wondering what might have been, if they could have challenged more consistently in the opening term. At the half it was 13 goals and the same at three quarter time before, with the sting well and truly out of the contest, Kalangadoo was able to build a 20 goal final whistle margin. Eagles defenders Annabel Brooks and Sally Houlihan could certainly hold their heads high with their ability to consistently apply pressure to the Magpie shooters but the weight and quality of supply took its toll and the strength in the air of Russell and Paproth and their accurate finishing, meant it would have felt like a fruitless day at the office for the talented young duo. It was in the third quarter that the Eagles really hit their straps with better feeding and work rate from the Hatherleigh mid court seeing better opportunities presented for goalers Maddie Pulmer and Keston Green, another Team of the Year

selection in 2016, but in the end, the nine goal deficit accrued in that critical first 15 minutes was fatal for the Eagles. Peacock, despite the best efforts of back to back winner of the Best Under 21 Award, Erin Watson, was still able to have a huge influence on the contest, leaving the Eagles to take on Port MacDonnell in this weekend’s preliminary final.

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Below - Kalangadoo’s Melissa Russell takes this ball strongly despite the best eforts of Hatherleigh defender Sally Houlihan, as Jenna Paproth (Kalangadoo) and Annabel Brooks (Hatherleigh) watch on. PHOTO COURTESY OF KAREN CAWTHORNE

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL 2ND SEMI FINALS A GRADE Kalangadoo 70 (J. Paproth, J. Peacock) d Hatherleigh 50 (M. Pulmer, S. Houlihan)

A RESERVE Kalangadoo 37 (N. Ryan, A. Paterson) d Port MacDonnell 32 (B. Hawkins, S. Morgan)

B GRADE Tantanoola 37 (H. Bell, R. Scanlon) d Nangwarry 36 (J. Disselbach, B. Fullford)

B RESERVE Tantanoola 42 (H. Radley, T. Gale) d Glencoe 27 (A. Tweddle, B. Rothall)

17 & UNDER Kalangadoo 51 (J. Croser, I. Giddings) d Robe 46 (D. Carter, L. Perkins)

15 & UNDER Tantnaoola 46 (E. Gould, L. Kuiper) d Robe 44 (J. Venn, K. Nunan)

13 & UNDER Hatherleigh 27 (A. Hartland, L. Brown) d Mt Burr 22 (A. Goode, L. Baker)


Local Sport DEFENSIVE PRESSURE THE KEY FOR BULLDOGS

WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL

West Gambier coach Lisa McGregor would have told her team that the start on Saturday was all important. The talented young Bulldogs thrive on confidence and can blow teams out of the water if they get on top early. And by quarter time, McGregor would have been well pleased with East only securing a three goal margin, mainly on the back of some strong rebounding and turnovers created by Eilish and Brenna McKay – the two standout players on the court for East across all four quarters. West’s defensive pressure was also on song and made the usually slick East forward line look a little tentative and the errors did come with Maddy Teakle picking up a number of critical touches and Amy Cram picking up where she left off against South in the final minor round. Gemma Davey was also playing her role to perfection, looking to prevent Tarsh McCallum was driving easily to the circle’s edge. At the defensive end, though, the Bulldogs were anything but tentative, with Bo Creek and Rachael Hines, making the McKay sisters job a little easier with their pressure over the ball and ability to force the West feeders to deliver the ball from long range, rather than the safety of the circle’s edge. The second quarter followed a similar script and again it was the defensive pressure that saw East continue to build its lead. The work over the shot from Eilish and Brenna McKay was proving problematic for the West shooters and when the McKay sisters are involved a missed shot is almost always a turnover as they dominated the rebounding duels. At the other end, Tenille Gray started to find her mojo, converting 11 from 11 as she started to break the shackles of Cram and also regain her composure on the shot. West’s cause in the second quarter wasn’t helped by McEvoy being forced from the court for a short time under the blood rule, although Gemma Davey, who filled the centre role a couple of times this season, was effective, so effective, the Roos didn’t change the mid court back until the final quarter. Leading by 10 at the half, East injected Morgan Amy into the contest on the defensive wing and she picked up where Creek left off defensively and was also a key player in transition. Again, missed shots and passing errors plagued the Roos, who actually enjoyed the same amount of possession as the Bulldogs but East was able to convert 14 from 18 compared with the eight from 18 of the Roos and by three quarter time, the margin was 16 goals and there seemed no way back. Lisa McGregor and Tahlia Earl swapped bibs in a bid to isolate McGregor one on one in the circle but East was able to secure too much possession and with Gray dominating in the final quarter it became a 23 goal final whistle margin. East played a mid court zone defence for much of the contest and while it had its rewards, it also saw Carlee Davey find some good space in the goal third and her connection with both McGregor and Earl still produced some highlights for the Roos, while at the other end, Teakle contested everything and rarely allowed either East shooter to take the ball without being under pressure. Her work over the shot and rebounding was also a feature in arguably her best game for this season. McGregor was also one of the Roos’ best as she worked high up the court and also had to do a mountain of work outside the circle in the attacking third to try and find a way through the East defence. For the Bulldogs, Eilish and Brenna McKay were outstanding, earning plenty of ball for their team mates, while Rachael Hines and McCallum were steady with ball in hand. Gray had some rare shaky moments but still showed plenty of brilliance when in full flight and she will again be a key come preliminary final time. Below (from left) - West Gambier coach Lisa McGregor was again one of her side’s best at the weekend; East Gambier’s Tenille Gray produced plenty for the highlights reel on Saturday & East skipper Tarsh McCallum provided her shooters with plenty of quality ball.

1ST SEMI FINALS A GRADE

East Gambier 6.2 7.5 9.6 11.10 (76) Casterton Sandford 4.1 5.3 7.3 7.7 (49) Goals - East: M. Scanlon 6; T. Lockwood, T. Agnew 2; J. Eldridge. Casterton Sandford:D. Ayton 2; J. Dunn, D. Ryan, B. Galpin, J. Steohenson, T. Clode. Best - East: F. Scanlon, T. Middleton, M. Kieselbach, M. White, J. Eldridge. Casterton Sandford: T. Nesbitt, J. Stephenson, D. Ayton, A. O’Connell, S. Broomby, B. Galpin.

B GRADE

East Gambier 4.0 5.3 5.7 8.9 (57) Millicent 1.0 2.1 4.3 5.3 (33) Goals - East: L. Thomson, D. Christian, C. Lloyd-Fox 2; D. Kain, N. Nguyen. Millicent: L. Thomson, M. Bryant, C. Thomson, J. Dacey, C. Hutchesson. Best - East: D. Kain, B. Pannenburg, B. Nunan, C. Hann, B. Nash. Millicent: T. Hutchesson, L. Vehlow, T. Tukia, M.Bryant, B. Grosser, J. Werchon.

UNDER 17.5 North Gambier 1.2 3.5 5.8 6.9 (45) East Gambier 0.0 1.3 2.3 3.12 (30) Goals - North: B. Gibbs, M. Whan 2; J. Hatt, Z. De Wit. East: B. Clark 2; R. Lillecrap. Best - North: T. Brookes, Z. De Wit, C. Peppin, M. Whan, K. Lam, E. Maney. East: B. Clark, L. Johnston, R. Lillecrap, P. Penafiel, N. Doll, N. Humphries.

UNDER 15

West Gambier 4.4 4.8 7.12 9.14 (68) East Gambier 0.0 0.0 1.0 2.1 (13) Goals - West: M. Hann 5; E. Wilson 2; F. Brewster, R. Von Stanke. East: A. Kitschke, H. Facy. Best - West: T. Nieuwerkerk, M. Hann, R. Kuller, S. Ross, R. Wilson, L, McEvoy. East: J. Weedon, L. Dalgliesh, D. Pochec-Gordon, B. Stevens, C. O’Dea, A. Todd.

UNDER 13 North Gambier 1.1 2.1 3.1 8.1 (49) West Gambier 0.1 1.1 2.2 3.4 (22) Goals - North: J. Coleman, H. Comley 2; A. McKinnon, A. Stafford, J. Stafford E. Norman. Wesr: B. Cook 2; B. Say. Best - North: E. Bew, E. Fisher, J. Coleman, R. Kenny, H. Comley, J. Stocker. West: R. Maconachie, B. Say, L. Hann, B. Cook, J. Maconachie, K. Wrightson.

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL 1ST SEMI FINALS A GRADE East Gambier 58 (B. McKay, E. McKay) d West Gambier 35 (M. Teakle, L. McGregor)

A RESERVE

Following extensive discussions with key stakeholders including major sponsors, volunteer organisers and sporting body representatives, Wattle Range Council has decided not to stage the Beachport Triathlon bext year. Council took on the organisation of the event last year and conducted a recent review that included a cost benefit analysis. Council’s chief executive officer Ben Gower said council acknowledged the tireless work of the Lions Club, the marshals, all volunteers, sponsors and the Beachport community to allow the Beachport Triathlon to take place. “Significant volunteer time is taken to hold the annual event that has of late brought low economic returns to the township and its community,” he said. “This along with the loss of the race director from the region and council being unable to find a group or body willing to co-ordinate the event has resulted in our decision to cancel 2017 Beachport Triathlon. “This decision has not been taken lightly and council recognises the benefits of the event to the health of local, regional and visiting competitors. We would be open to discussions with any organisation or group who might consider managing this or any similar event in the future. Extensive resources including manuals, forms, equipment, signage and materials have been developed and acquired over the past few years and all of this will be retained, and made available to anyone who has an interest.”

Casterton Sandford 41 (T. Cleary, R. Newell) d South Gambier 39 (B. Bouchier, L. Bruggemann)

B GRADE East Gambier 55 (O. Coote, B. Davis) d South Gambier 47 (E. Lawrence, K. Grubb)

PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.

TIME OFFICIALLY CALLED ON BEACHPORT TRIATHLON

C GRADE West Gambier 47 (K. Dawe, J. Lamb) d East Gambier 42 (T. Perryman, E. Thompson)

17 & UNDER North Gambier 39 (M. Watson, E. Henke) d Millicent 32 (M. Turner, A. Craig)

15 & UNDER A East Gambier 30 (T. Bosko, G. Hunt) d West Gambier 23 (T. Pearson, G. Monkley)

15 & UNDER B East Gambier 37 (J. Freeman, T. Overmatt-Pohlner) d South Gambier 23 (M. Casey, E. Botha)

13 & UNDER A South Gambier 42 (S. Boston, T. Redemski) d North Gambier 33 (A. Circelli, C. Bruhn)

13 & UNDER B

East Gambier 32 (A. Bosko, R. Perryman) d West Gambier 23 (S. Ritter, C. Duryea)

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FIVE SOUTH EAST PLAYERS SELECTED FOR STATE SOFTBALL Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi has recently presented a cheque to Aaron Zerk and Jake Klemm, of Penola (pictured above). Aaron and Jake were successful in receiving financial assistance of $200 each from Wattle Range Council’s Youth Development Foundation to assist with costs to attend and compete in the 2016 School Sport Australia 12 & Under Softball Championships which will be held from November 13-18, in Werribee, Victoria. Aaron attends Mary MacKillop Memorial School and Jake is a Penola Primary student. The Penola duo will be joined by fellow South Easterner Jerome Thomas, from Kalangadoo Primary School. The girls team, which is playing their championships at the same venue, also boasts a South East flavour with Allendale East Area School’s Mackenzie Millard (pictured left) and Padthaway allrounder Poppy Moyle-Read, who is also part of the SAPSASA netball team playing in Melbourne this week.


Motor REGIONAL FUEL PRICES HEADING IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION ACCORDING TO RAA

NEW LOOK PINES ENDURO ON THE HORIZON The Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400 held on September 23-25 is one of the most popular events for off road racing competitors on the Australian Off Road Racing Calendar and this year’s event promises to produce some extremely close and exciting racing action. The promoters of the event, The Millicent Sand Buggy Club, have always been leaders in new innovations over a long period of time and this year will see a new race format added to the popular Millicent meeting. Competitors will get a chance to inspect the main forest race track on Friday afternoon before unloading their vehicles for scrutineering from 5pm and a public display continuing into the night. The on track entertainment will commence at 10am Saturday, September 24, with the Hards Transport Prologue held at Teagle’s quarry right on the outskirts of Millicent. The one lap sprint around the 6km track will see buggies, trophy trucks and 4wd’s flying over the natural terrain and man made jumps that are all visible from the main arena. This area is a favourite of competitors and spectators and is second to none in Australia to witness all the thrills and spills of these amazing machines close up. After the Prologue has been completed competitors will be grouped into heats of 12–14 cars, based on their qualifying time, each heat will have cars starting in pairs with gaps of 30 seconds

between each pair. The competitors will complete 3 laps of the quarry circuit with the overall time counting towards their total race time for the event, this will ensure more competitors track time on Saturday and allowing spectators to see more of their favourite drivers throughout the day. The main race will see the field head off to forest from 8.30 Sunday morning and has also seen format changes with the grid reversed based on Saturdays results. This will see the fastest cars set to take off at the rear of the field which should prove popular with many race teams tackling the local pine forests. It will mean that the smaller and less capable

vehicles will get first use of the forest tracks and the faster cars will have the track swept clean as they take on the 6x70km circuit that winds through the Wattle Range Council roads, OneFortyOne Plantations and ForestrySA tracks. The Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400 is Round 4 of the ARB Off Road Racing Series and Round 3 of the South Australian Off Road Championship and is expected to field over 80 cars at this years September 23-25th event. For more details check out the official Facebook page Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400. PHOTO COURTESY OF STEVE RICE

Pet of the week Rebel is one of our very own. She is an 8 month old female Staffordshire Cross. A few of our SEAWL staff were lucky enough to be there when Rebel, along with seven other pups, came into the world. Rebel gets on well with other dogs and is great around children. She has such kind eyes and a personality to match. Finding Rebel the perfect home would bring the SEAWL team so much joy so if you think you can give her the loving home she deserves please feel free to come out and meet our little ray of sunshine during open hours, or give us a call. Contact the SEAWL on (08)8723 9133 during opening hours or visitwww. seawl.thelimestonecoast.com.au for more information about the adoption process. lifestyle1.net | 37

Regional fuel prices remained fair during July overall, however many retailers failed to pass on savings from tumbling wholesale prices straightaway. RAA Senior Analyst Chris West said the falling pump prices were initially caused by falling refinery prices, but recent falls in oil prices have also helped to push prices down even further. “Clare has jumped from fourth place to first price as its petrol and diesel prices were rated the best in South Australia. Kadina and Murray Bridge took out the next two top spots this month,” said Mr West. “Although the majority of towns were rated as fair during the month, Naracoorte, Victor Harbor and Ceduna retailers have failed to do the right thing by motorists. “Retailers in all three towns experienced bumper margins at motorists’ expense because they failed to pass on recent drops in wholesale prices. “Naracoorte is a prime example of this behaviour where retailers are making local motorists feel they’re being held to ransom, even though surrounding towns are dropping their petrol and diesel prices to match falling wholesale prices. “It’s disappointing that Naracoorte retailers are pocketing from this price drop themselves. “All motorists deserve to get access to falling fuel prices, especially country motorists who don’t have another viable way to access essential services other than their car.” Clare had the best petrol prices in July, scoring 5 out of 5 because it was the only country town to reach $1.01/L at the end of July. Kadina (4.3) was also rated as ‘Very Fair’ taking second spot, followed by Renmark (3.9) that was rated as ‘Fair’. For diesel, Clare was also rated as ‘Very Fair’ (4.6 out of 5), followed by Loxton (4.5) and Kadina (4.3). For LPG, Port Augusta retained top spot with ‘Fair’ prices (3.2 out of 5), while Kadina (2.6) and Mount Gambier (2.6) made up the top three positions. To find out where the best priced fuel in your part of South Australia is, visit www.raa.com.au/regionalfuel




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