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COVER - DIAMOND GARAGE DOORS & ACCESS AUTOMATED JOIN FORCES Diamond Garage Doors is joining forces with Access Automated in a bold new move that will see customers reaping the benefits when they deal with the new look the Diamond Garage Door team. “Our workload was growing and it was time to expand,” Mick Brody, from Access Automated Mount Gambier, said. “Coming on board with Diamond Garage Doors has created instant growth for both businesses.” Mick has been supplying and fitting garage doors, gates and automation systems throughout the Limestone Coast for almost two decades. His career started at the local Gliderol dealership, where he spent 10 years, one as manager, before deciding to branch out on his own with Access Automated. Access has been trading for more than eight years, across the Limestone Coast, and Mick’s knowledge when it comes to commercial, residential or industrial garage doors, gates and automation systems is second to none. “Adding Mick’s wealth of experience to the Diamond Garage Doors team means we can supply gates of any size, description and configuration,” owner Leon Thomson said. “Our garage door team now has more than 35 years combined experience throughout Australia and New Zealand. We are excited about the possibilities this new venture will open up, expanding the service we can provide existing customers, as well as welcoming the new customers that have been serviced

by Access Automated for many years.” Diamond Garage Sales Warrnambool display centre has just celebrated its first anniversary as the business goes from strength to strength. “It will be business as usual for all our existing and new customers and with more manpower we will be able to have faster response times,” Leon said. “As our motto promises - any door, anywhere anytime.” Mick will still be out on the road installing doors, building gates, servicing all makes and models of doors and openers and while you may not get Mick on the end of the phone, is expertise will be as he becomes an integral part of the business. Noel Wood and Mick will be working closely together over the coming months to create a unified brand that is top of mind for all garage door and gate needs. “Keep an eye out on the road for the freshly painted, signed black Triton as Mick begins his journey with Diamond Garage Doors,” Leon said. Diamond Garage Doors new display centre is currently under construction and it is hoped it will be finished within the month for all their clients to browse the range. Gate and door automation has never been so advanced, you can now control your door from you smart phone, don’t get wet this winter.

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CHAMPIONSHIP SKIPPER MARKS 200 GAME MILESTONE Matt Sutton remembers when he first picked up a basketball – he just doesn’t really remember why. “When I was seven I just started shooting hoops at lunch time with some friends and there was no apparent reason why we started doing that,” Matt said. “I told my dad how much I loved shooting hoops and within about two weeks I was in a team.” But, for the man who last weekend became the fifth Mount Gambier Pioneer to clock up 200 games for the Icehouse based club, even that first step to join a team was far from smooth. “My local club (Forestville) actually didn’t have any room for me so dad took me to the local Latvian club, the Adelaide Giants, and that’s where I got my start,” Matt said. And despite his passion for the sport, he remembers he was scared of the ball and often ran in the opposite direction. “I wasn’t very good,” Matt said. “But for whatever reason I stuck at it.” And the Latvian connection has gone a full circle – Matt started with a Latvian club and most recently played alongside Lukass Blicavs at the Pioneers, a player with Latvian background. When it comes to heroes, it was hard to go past Michael Jordan, but for Matt it was also basically any Adelaide 36er – the NBL club where he was eventually able to get his big break. Matt remembers his first 36er game as a youngster, when the South Australian based club called Apollo Stadium home. “I was so young I had actually gone to bed and then dad woke me up to take me to the game,” Matt said. He remembers to loud atmosphere of the more boutique sized stadium.”It was the best experience and it came down to a shot on the buzzer,” Matt said. The 36ers hit the shot but it was deemed after the siren and the home side had to settle for a loss. “When they said the shot didn’t count the crowd went bananas. I will never forget the loud chant of ‘no’ – it was the loudest chant I have ever heard in my life.” And also memorable was meeting some of those players when he, himself, was a 36er. “You used to sometimes see those great players from the past around the stadium,” Matt said. “It made me really appreciate the history of the game or of any club you are a part of. You have to show proper respect to the great players of the past what have given so much to a club.” After his 50 games with the Adelaide 36ers over the 2006/07 and 2007/08 seasons, which included fighting his way into the starting five on six occasions and finishing his time in the NBL on a high with a 17 point game that included five from six three pointers, Matt was looking for a change and the

perfect opportunity came when he was lured to the Mount Gambier Pioneers by coach Andrew Summerville for the 2010 season.”I was ready for a life change,” Matt said. He also admits he wasn’t really sure how the move would work out or how long he would stay. That question perhaps has been answered now, though. He is in his eighth season as a Pioneer, captained the club to four conference titles and two SEABL national titles, has forged an off court career as the basketball development officer in Mount Gambier and has even bought a home. “It’s always easy to say you stay somewhere because of the people and that’s certainly true but it was not just a basketball decision,” Matt said. “I was also able to find some really good work opportunities and that’s important too because I could see I could set myself up once I stop playing.” Matt identified 2012 as the turning point for the Pioneers when the arrival of players like Tom Daly and Ben Allen brought a professionalism to the group and along with coach Richard Hill, the club finally had somewhat of an epiphany about what it takes to be successful. “Success takes hard work and a lot of it.” Matt thinks that’s when it became obvious what had to be done in terms of really putting in the hard yards. With the hard work came confidence and then came what can be so

elusive in team sport – the right chemistry. “I think at the really elite level like the NBA you don’t have to all get along and be mates but I think in the SEABL that can be really important and the group that had that success are really close, we’re good mates,” Matt said. “Plenty of players could have left for more money or opportunities at another club but I think it’s our bond that has seen us stick together.” Matt identified the 2013 South Conference title as a turning point for the club, despite the disappointment of not clinching the national title. “That was a big step for us and pretty exciting,” he said. “But I guess it was 2014 that was pretty special.” That was when the club went one better and claimed the national title, going back to back in 2015 and runner up again last season. They are gunning for a fifth consecutive conference title this season, despite now being in the East Conference. “I can say that 2013 and ’14 are probably the two years that are most special to me and we had a lot of fun on and off the court,” Matt said. “I had never experienced such a close knit team before.” In 2017, the championship captain handed the reins to Tom Daly and he has been having his impact from the bench. “You always want to play and have an impact,” Matt said. “When you don’t get that opportunity you can second guess yourself but everyone goes

WHAT THE COACH SAID: “It was really interesting when I moved here as I was flying blind. I knew Matt (Sutton) and Eze (Erik Burdon) reasonably well and I spoke to them about leadership. Eze was adamant – ‘Sutts is your man’. And that made my decision about appointing him captain a bit of a no brainer because I trusted Eze. Some people have that natural tendency and Suttsy has that. He might not have the captaincy in terms of a title anymore but he is the same leader. Within our group he’s always been the organiser and he still is.

through it at some time and you just have to work harder and make sure you have an impact when you get out there.” He realises he is now that player that people look up to and he has settled more comfortable into his mentoring role of the young locals being given opportunities as part of the Pioneers program in the past couple of years. “I used to think tough love was the best but I realise having a bunch of senior guys scream at them won’t make them stick around or develop them,” Matt said. “You want them to enjoy it out there and connect with them and support them.” And when he looks back, he realises he got that from a number of coaches that remain front of his mind. Peter Stradz was his under 12 coach at the Adelaide Giants. “Whatever he did, it made you want to play basketball,” Matt said. “He was phenomenal at maintaining fun.” And when he final ended up at Forestville, it was Jerry Coombe that had a huge impact. “He was definitely responsible for my development as a player.” His first senior coach, also at Forestville, was Shaun Ryan. “That’s when I went from being a junior that was good but not much better than OK, to a successful player who could eventually play NBL.” Now he is in rare air at the Pioneers – only the fifth player to reach the 200 game mark – joining Jason Joynes, Jason Sedlock, Dallas Jeffree and Kurt Russell. “I think there’ll be some local names added to that list over time with all the young talent that is coming through now,” Matt said. Fitness guru Duncan Kirk and trainer Deb Bowman are two people from off the court hat have really impacted Matt during his tenure at the Pioneers. “They are fantastic people that have been there for a long time and when I had no family or friends they were a really good support for me,” he said. And then there’s Erik Burdon – the man he has shared so many career highlights with, including having lockers side by side at the 36ers. “We weren’t that close at the 36ers but since coming here we have developed a really close friendship,” Matt said. PHOTOS COURTESY OF GAVIN MALE

RICHARD HILL Right - Matt Sutton doing what he does best - defensive pressure (left|) and running the offence (right).

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INDIGENOUS EDUCATION IN THE SPOTLIGHT Jess Magarey is an Aboriginal education teacher at Reidy Park Primary School and she was pleasantly surprised when a leading indigenous mentor chose Reidy Park for a visit and video shoot – the school had recently become an ambassador of indigenous success. Jack Manning Bancroft (pictured) established Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) in 2005 as a 19 year old and Jess was thrilled he wanted to bring his program to the Limestone Coast. “AIME said Jack wants to come out and film a video,” Jess said. “He wanted to go somewhere left of centre and somewhere in a regional area and he chose Mount Gambier.” AIME provides mentors for a fairer world through a dynamic education program. Jack founded the program when he was in university – he was sick of the divide between Indigenous Australians and non Indigenous Australians and wanted to see a change. He convinced a group of fellow students, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous, to begin working with 20 Indigenous students as mentors at Alexandria Park community school in Redfern and the rest, as they say, is history. Since then AIME has worked with more than 10,000 Indigenous students and indigenous students in the AIME program have managed to finish high school at the same rate as their peers effectively closing the educational gap. Reidy Park can now claim to be part

of the AIME story, with Jack’s May visit exploring the weird and wild subject of dreams with some of the junior primary students. “I think the visit had a huge impact on our school community and especially for our indigenous students,” Jess said. “I feel like now we have started something at Reidy Park that will flow through into the community. Jack’s visit has inspired people to talk about indigenous education.” And for someone in a role like Jess, that is great news. She is responsible for making sure the staff is all up to speed with teaching the indigenous perspective and she also plans the school’s cultural celebrations which include NAIDOC Week and Reconciliation Week. “I also make sure our indigenous kids are getting to school and monitor their

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general well being,” said Jess, who is in the role for a third year. “If a school ahs 10 indigenous kids it qualifies for an Aboriginal education teacher and the more students the more time that teacher gets to do the job,” she said. Jess is thrilled Jack’s visit, to launch his book and shoot a video, has put indigenous education in the spotlight. “Sometime you need something a bit magical to get things started and that what AIME has done with this visit,” she said. “AIME shows kids what’s possible and teaches them to believe that they can do anything and that with hard work they can and will be successful,” Jess said. To join the movement, purchase Jack’s book, The Mentor, gear up for AIME national hoodie day on July 7 or head to aimementoring.com for more information.

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT THE KEY TO SUCCESS Amanda Flint is a relative newcomer to the region but it hasn’t taken long for the Penola farmer and administration manager to take a shine to the Swinging With The Stars. She had seen the fundraising efforts of the two previous Penola based participants and was really keen to be involved. “It was on my bucket list,” Amanda said. “I just knew it was something I would love to do.” Amanda is one of the class of 2017 that does have some dancing experience. “I did some dancing when I was younger,” Amanda said. “I used to get together with my friends and we made dances up and I did some cheerleading.” She currently teaches a fun class in Penola for kids aged 3-12. “We concentrate on team work, movement and things like that,” Amanda said. “It is more of a community based thing – there are no concerts and no sequins. It’s about the kids coming together and to learn something new and it gives them another option if they are not a netballer or footballer or if they’re too young for that.” Like many of her fellow stars, Amanda knew it would be tough but it has been even tougher than she anticipated. “It’s challenging, just the speed at which is happens,” she said. “You are learning a whole routine in two hours.” It has seen Amanda doing plenty of rehearsing at home and her three young daughters and her husband, Daniel, know the routines well. “They are helping me practice,” Amanda said. She is fundraising for the Penola Coonawarra Well being Fund and in March she held a Movie and Music at The Track function at the Penola Racecourse – as 12noon to 12 midnight function that surpassed Amanda’s expectations in terms of funds raised. There was live music from the likes of Mount Gambier’s Ben Hood and Bordertown’s Clarissa Lehmann, 15 market stalls, kids entertainment and an appearance from George The Farmer. It was her first fundraiser for the Swinging With The Stars campaign and she actually topped what she had set herself for the entire three months leading into the June 24 event. “I am so lucky to be part of such a supportive community,” Amanda said. She is also being given the proceeds from the two Stand Like Stone Foundation movie nights held in Penola and she has been running raffles. “I was lucky enough to be gifted a lot of goods from Penola businesses and I have been able to use that to raise money,” she said. Amanda has also teamed up with fellow competitors Nicole Hocking and Jack Kelly for extra rehearsals in her studio space and as for the costumes, she has a day planned with friends to

get all those sequins and beads in place. “I don’t really feel nervous about it right now but the closer we get and the more people talk about it, you do start to feel the nerves,” Amanda said. “I imagine but the time we have the dress rehearsal and there’s only a week to go I will start to get nervous.” Amanda is partnered with Jordan Brennan for the 2017 event. “He’s wonderful, been an amazing

support and he’s very good at talking me through everything,” Amanda said. “He has made things a lot easier for me.” Amanda has 60 supporters from Penola attending the June 24 performance. Above - Amanda Flint at her March fundraiser with George The Farmer.

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Mount Gambier & District Community Bank® Public Speaking Competition was hosted by St Martins Lutheran School in May. For more than 40 years Rostrum Voice of Youth has been Australia’s premier public speaking competition for secondary students. The Mount Gambier & District Community Bank® Branch has sponsored this event since 2012 as part of their community investment grants program. There were 23 students competing from secondary schools in the South East this year and a very high standard of speakers. Junior heat winners were Olivia Ellis (St Martins Lutheran College - picture top left with branch manager Tracy Koop) and Ebonie Moulton (Penola High School), with Senior heat wins being awarded to Kelly O’Donohoe (St Martins Lutheran College - pictued bottom left with branch manager Tracy Koop) and Kobie Thomas (Grant High School). These local heat winners are now eligible to travel to Adelaide to compete in the Voice of Youth semi finals. Community Bank® Branch Manager Tracy Koop said the competition is a good opportunity to experience the skills that our future leaders show in public speaking. “It is a great way to help equip young people take part in community activities and to gain experience and confidence in expressing their views and communicating their message,” she said.

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$375,000

This fabulous return verandah villa is located on an elevated corner allotment with the city nearly at your doorstep. Beautifully renovated with nothing to do – too good to miss!

6 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves

$189,500

Fantastic near level allotment in wonderful location. Popular western area, close to Tenison Woods College & Sports complex. Approx 5,000m2 – Call your builder today!

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$389,500

$329,000

This fabulous seaside property is the ideal home when style and comfort are a priority. Immaculate inside & out with exceptional shedding. Footsteps to the beach – Special!

NEW PRICE 3

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$314,500

It’s all about location! A wonderful low maintenance home located in a fantastic street. Wide flat block with rear access. Surrounded by quality homes and Parklands.

44 McMahon Road, Worrolong

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$345,000

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

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

UNITS/HOUSES

2/3 Ryan Avenue

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9/22 Buronga Avenue

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12 Hanson Street

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Avail 28/6/17 at $200 per week

2/9 William Street

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33 Tweed Crescent

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4 Auvale Crescent

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12 Westlands Court

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Avail 31/5/17 at $320 per week

3 Cottage Grove

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Avail 9/6/17 2 1 1 $145 pw • Roomy two bedroom unit in group of three • Main with built in robe • Eat in kitchen with electric cooking • Separate Lounge with electric heating • Bathroom with bath • Separate laundry • Car Parking space only • No Pets

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33 Tweed Crescent

9/22 Buronga Avenue

Avail Now 3 1 2 $265 pw • 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR’s • Kitchen/ family area with electric cooking • Lounge/ dine area with s/c wood heating • Undercover patio area • Single garage UMR • Detached single garage • Secure yard • Pets neg

Avail 2/6/17 2 1 1 $200 pw • 2 Bedrooms - both with built in robes • Spacious Lounge/Dining with gas wall furnace • Kitchen with gas cooking • Detached garage • No Pets


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290 Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

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12 Carmel Drive

$152,000 PLUS SAV

73 Acacia Street

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D J Interiors, 37 Commercial Street West

$155,000 PLUS SAV A Mount Gambier Icon is for sale! Solid family business for over 60 years no special occasion is ever complete without a gift purchased and wrapped from DJ’s. The stunning premises is fitted out with the best fixtures and fittings and is located in the heart of the city centre, for more details please contact Paul Chuck 0409541113 ( In conjunction with Miller, Whan and John.)

53 Lake Terrace West

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Great rural views and only one street back from seafront. 1,300m2 plus (approx), fenced and ready to go. All services available.

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ENDLESS POSSIBILITES $115,000 • Smell the sea air • Great block ready to build on approx 6,600m2 • Beautiful sandy beach access only a few minutes walk away • Chance to build your dream holiday / permanent home • Picturesque area – close to Port MacDonnell

6 Community title units offered as a whole showing strong and stable returns. Solid construction and well maintained – close to shopping precinct, schools and sporting grounds – ideal investment

Pascoe Rd allotments, Pt MacDonnell

Lot 54 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek

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bed rooms

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$369,500

Substantial family home with a very sought after address. Three large bedrooms, master with WIR & ensuite. Massive kitchen/living/dining room offering sprawling views of the city. Fully enclosed verandah offering 3rd sitting/rumpus room.

2 Maroonga Crescent

Vanilla Bean

7A Lansell Street

$120,000 PLUS SAV Hey all you foodies – one of the best known restaurant/cafes in the city is for SALE! Fully licensed, stunning and spacious, secure lease / strong profit please phone Paul Chuck for more information. Business Only.

29 Lake Terrace East

NEW PRICE 4

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car parking

$240,000

Beautifully presented four bedroom home, two bathrooms, kitchen/living area and formal dining/lounge space. Two car spaces under main roof situated in a quiet cul-de-sac location.

84 Bay Road – Apartments

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$615,000 (As a whole)

Units 1 & 2 $160,000 each. Units 3 & 4 $169,000 each Elegant and stylish will spring to mind when inspecting these very spacious apartments. Located in an A1 location – For Sale as a whole or individually.

RENTALS 12 Westlands Court

Avail 31/5/17 4 2 1 $320 pw • 4 bedroom • Main has BIR & ensuite • 2 bedrooms have BIR’S, 1 with built-in desk • Open kitchen/dine/family with elec cook, dishwasher, r/c air conditioner, gas & wood heat • Single garage UMR • Rear yard enclosed • Pets neg

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bath rooms

1

car parking

$179,500

An ideal home for those starting out or investor. Fresh paint, updated kitchen and a modern feel. Bonus casual living area and man cave.

3 Torrens Street

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bath rooms

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car parking

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bed rooms

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$145,000 to $155,000

Simply move in and enjoy! Three bedrooms, updated kitchen/bathroom/ laundry, fresh paint and carpet, large rear yard with 6x6 (approx) shed. Subdivision potential S.T.C.C

47 Brolga Street

$169,500

First home buyers take note – three bedrooms, master with built in robes. Fantastic eat in kitchen, renovated bathroom – a very well maintained property.

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2

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2

car parking

4

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2

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2

car parking

$489,000

Character western red cedar home in prime location. Stunning interior, unique & so special, multi-level and will suit small or big families. Only an inspection will impress!

43 Crouch Street North

$399,500

Beautifully maintained residence in the popular Birdsville area. Lovely views, solar panels and rear yard access. Inspect asap! – In conjunction with Vicki Quinn Real Estate

3

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1

bath rooms

2

car parking

3

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

1

car parking

$298,500

A class act – this beautiful and spacious home is situated in a Blue Ribbon location close to everything including the Blue Lake – inspect asap!

6 Candlewood Court

$295,000

1,479m2

Immense street appeal, dual access, amazing garden, excellent location close to schools and the city centre. Exceptional property, an untouched Gem awaiting new owners!

4

bed rooms

2

bath rooms

2

car parking

$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

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

COMMERCIAL • Harrald Street • 30A Commercial Street West • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road • Shed 5/12 Bodey Circuit • 212 Commercial St West • 11 Ritana Road • 16 Sturt Street • 20 Sturt Street • 8B Helen Street • 1 & 2/249 Commercial Street West • 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West

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• Versatile Site • Suitable for offices/warehouse/ storage • 456 square metres approx. • Large open area with small store area, office, toilet & kitchen • Plenty of onsite car parking available • POA

• Ideal for retail or office space • Approx 98.16m2 • Polished floorboards throughout • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • Great incentives on offer from lessor • POA

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2/15 John Street

$233,000

27C Hart Street

$249,000

7A Lansell Street

$489,000

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VALUE IN THE HEART OF THE CITY Modern and chic 3-bedroom central townhouse. Open plan kitchen/ dine lounge spilling to outdoor decking. Quality fittings throughout. Electric cooktop + under bench oven and walk in pantry. Master bedroom with direct access to main 2 wat bathroom. Bedrooms 2 and 3 have built in robes. Ideal for “AIR BNB”

BOASTING AN IDEAL LOCATION AND INDIVIDUALITY Looking for something just that little bit different but don’t want to compromise on location? Oozing the ambience of a chalet rarely seen in this area. This quirky four bedroom home offers delightful outlooks to lush green foliage from just about every room. Multi level living areas provide plenty of space to be on your own while the lounge and dining rooms are lovely spaces for family entertaining. All bedrooms are a good size and the main offers a roomy ensuite and built in robes.

$289,000

SO MUCH ON OFFER HERE! This appealing 3 bedroom brick and tile family home is on a large allotment and boasts shedding galore! A bitumen drive leads down to a 5 bay garage plus workshop. This property would be ideal for a mechanic or tradie wanting to work from home or a person looking for loads of storage plus a place to tinker. Solidly constructed, this home has so much potential. There are many appealing retro features including ornate cornices & terrazzo floors in the bathroom, separate toilet & laundry. There are 2 living areas, or you could convert the lounge into a 4th bedroom. All bedrooms are large and have built-in wardrobes. The rear extension has a modern & spacious 2-pak kitchen and dining area that looks out to the outdoor entertaining area. Year-round comfort is assured with ducted r/c air con plus slow combustion heater in the family room. Organise your inspection now and be impressed by all that this lovely property has to offer.

11 Lasiandra Crescent

$225,000

LOVELY FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT Located in a quiet cul-de-sac this solid 3 bedroom home would make an ideal first home or be a fabulous investment. Freshly painted with neutral décor throughout. All bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. Separate lounge room with gas heating. The bathroom has been fully and very tastefully renovated. Single garage UMR plus large rear workshop with power and concrete floor. 2.0 kW solar panels will save you money. Rear pergola and low maintenance gardens.

8 Cherokee Court

$345,000

4 Eucla Court

$239,000

A GREAT STARTER WITH SHEDDING Neat as a pin 3-bedroom home with large living areas. Bedroom 1 has a dressing room/area with built ins. Bedroom 2 has new built in robes. Open plan kitchen with walk in pantry plus dishwasher. Slow combustion heating. Sliding doors spill to enclosed outdoor area, ideal for year-round entertaining. Rear Garage with power and vehicle access available. Carport under main roof with undercover access. Quite a few little extras with this little ripper.

48 Ferrers Street

$739,000

ELEGANT AND GRACIOUS Breathtakingly beautiful and situated on Ferrers Street lies this 1930’s return verandah character beauty. Currently comprised as 3 bedrooms plus a dedicated office. The home is a wonderful blend of old and new. The formal lounge is of grand proportions with an open fire and stunning leadlight windows overlooking the garden. A stunning ensuite and dressing room are features of the large master bedroom. Ideal for entertaining is the gourmet kitchen, tastefully fitted with a falcon cooker, walk in pantry and superb granite benchtops. The rear dining and family room overlook the tranquil rear yard and pergola area. Vehicle parking is well taken care of, there is a large shed with 2 remote roller doors as well as a single carport. Serviced by both rain and mains water, this property must be inspected to appreciate. Situated on a generous allotment measuring approx..2158m2. Sit back, relax and enjoy everything this superb property has to offer.

3/22 Hart Street

$205,000

$329,000

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IMMACULATE UNIT IN A GREAT LOCATION This spacious 3 bedroom homette is literally a stone’s throw from Woolworths. Comprising of open plan living dining & kitchen area. The kitchen has electric cooking, a dishwasher & large walk-in pantry. Lovely neutral décor throughout. Stunning bathroom, with separate bath, shower & toilet. Internal access from the single garage with remote roller door for great security. Ideal as an investment or for those wanting low maintenance easy living. Call now to book your inspection.

127 Jubilee Highway West

8 Mayflower Court

28 Lee Court

$259,000

LUXURIOUS & LOW MAINTENANCE FAMILY HOME The perfect home to raise your growing family. 4 Bedrooms plus study, or convert to a 5th bedroom. Main bedroom with WIR and ensuite with double vanity. All other bedrooms have BIRs. Open plan kitchen/dining/family which opens onto the outdoor entertaining area. Spacious formal lounge/home theatre room & ducted gas heating throughout. Double garage UMR with internal access. Low maintenance gardens leaving more time to enjoy with the family.

30B Peppermint Drive

$329,000

SLEEK, STYLISH AND STUNNING Absolute perfection is what you’ll find here. Simply elegant and almost brand new. Open plan living areas with views to landscaped side yard. Gourmet gas cooker and walk in pantry. 3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and spacious ensuite. Remaining bedrooms with built in robes. 3 way main bathroom. Sheltered alfresco entertaining that’s also extremely private. The ultimate in courtyard living will certainly not disappoint.

7 Montrose Court

$269,000

A GREAT STARTER FOR A FAMILY Neat as a pin brick and tile home situated in a quiet cul de sac at Conroe Heights. Offering 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, formal lounge and open plan kitchen, family and dining. The master bedroom features a deluxe corner spa and a spacious walk in robe. Bedrooms 2 and 3 both have built in robes. The kitchen offers ample bench space with an electric cooktop, under bench oven and dishwasher. Comfort is ensured year round, with ducted gas heating and a split system reverse cycle installed.

13 Woodhaven Place

$339,000

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SOLD IDEAL FOR A FAMILY Comprised of 4 good size bedrooms. Main with walk in robe and ensuite. Bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 all with built in robes. Open plan kitchen dine with electric wall oven, cooktop and dishwasher. Spacious family room and large lounge room. Fantastic pergola area with gas heating and mains gas outlet for a barbecue. Single garage UMR with separate storage room/ bar area. Double gates to double garage with power, water and gas connected. Just move in and enjoy, great value for money here.

INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK 23 Holloway Crescent

$158,000

BARGAIN BUY A terrific starter on offer here, 3 bedrooms. Freshly painted inside. Lovely lounge with ambient electric heating. Light filled eat in kitchen. Carpeted in bedrooms and lounge in good condition. Older style reverse cycle unit. Updated bathroom with separate toilet. Valuable corner allotment. Detached double shed with power. Good size rear yard ideal for pet lovers. Priced to sell. Expected rental return of approx. $210 per week.

WELL LOCATED 2 BEDROOM UNIT Two bedroom “stand alone” unit located close to the city centre. Only three units in the complex. Large open plan living with generous lounge, full kitchen & large dining area, warmed by gas heating. Kitchen with pantry, electric stove & plenty of bench space. Both bedrooms have built ins. Bathroom with separate bath & shower. Single garage UMR with auto door & internal access. Large paved pergola + private rear yard.

PLENTY OF ROOM FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Large brick family home within walking distance to medical services and new shopping centre. Carpeted L shaped family/dining area with gas heater. Large separate carpeted lounge room. Kitchen with gas cooktop, walk-in pantry. Upstairs features four bedrooms plus study all with BIR’S. Bathroom with separate bath, shower and vanity, separate toilet. Large laundry plus separate 2nd toilet. 4 bay carport or pergola area at rear. Large L shape dining room. Tenanted at $300 per week

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TRACT N O C R UNDE FABULOUS FAMILY HOME Located in a quiet cul-de-sac on the fringe of Conroe Heights this 4 bedroom family is loaded with features. Main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. All other bedrooms with BIR. The convenience of a 3-way bathroom allows the kids to get ready without the arguments! Ducted r/c air con keeps the home comfortable all year round. Everyone has a place to relax with a formal lounge, family room and games room. In addition, the enormous outdoor entertaining area with all-weather blinds is the perfect place to entertain or relax.

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

4/99 Sturt St 2 1

Avail now @ $140 p/wk

1 Coutts St 3 1 1

2/68 Brownes Rd 2 1

Avail now @ $155 p/wk

8 Wehl St Nth 3 1 1

4/121 Wehl St Nth 3 1 1

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3/5 JOHN STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER 2 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR IMMACULATE HOME $229,500 Check out this beautifully presented home, located in a popular part of Mount Gambier, close to shops. The home has open plan kitchen meals family area, with two good size bedrooms with BIR. Garage UMR with inside access and space for 2ND vehicle or small caravan, lovely appointed wet areas and covered patio.

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308 COMMERCIAL ST MT GAMBIER

1/218 COMMERCIAL STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR CHARACTER COTTAGE $174,000 This home has the character of yesteryear. 3 bedrooms, lounge up graded gallery kitchen and bathroom laundry area. Gas heating, private yard and two carspaces and located handy to all of Mount Gambiers facilities. Ideal for renovaters, investors, flippers or short term accomodation.

BUILT QUALITY, BE IMPRESSED $797,000 plus gst wonderful location for any growing business, ideal for a variety of uses, high exsposure site. which includes show room, 5 to 6 offices conference room, reception area, staff lunch room and kitchen large high clearance warehouse. land size 1,692 sq/m. plus under cover parking. inspection a must for the growing business

19 BELLVALE CLOSE, MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 5 CAR GREAT SHEDS, EXECUTIVE HOME $595,000 Perfect for the Farmer looking to come to town or the person wanting to keep their boat and caravan at home. This executive home has all the extras, great shedding beautiful home, stunning views, low maintenance, extras include Rain water office open plan living airconditioning, 2 living areas, covered decking.

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158 TELFORD ROAD, MOORAK 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR ONLY THE BEST WILL DO $725,000 Best of country living, set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from Mount Gambier and even closer to schools. Kitchen, open meals family area. Formal lounge and dining. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. Stunning home where only an inspection will reveal the quality of this home.

34 TANGLEWOOD CRESCENT, MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 3 CAR IMMACULATE HOME $259,500 Check out this beautifully presented home, located in a popular part of Mount Gambier, close to shops. The home has open plan kitchen meals family area, with two good size bedrooms with BIR. Garage UMR with inside access and space for 2ND vehicle or small caravan, lovely appointed wet areas and covered patio. 77A SEA PARADE PORT MCDONNELL 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR STUNNING SEASIDE RESIDENCE $439,000 Crayfish capital of Australia. Stunning ocean views is the feature of this property. Open kitchen/living/family area, marble finishes with timber flooring. Living area & balcony. High clearance garage measuring 9m x 6m. Like new, this ocean front property in such a popular beachside resort is great value.

20 BLUME TERRACE, MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR LOCATION AND VIEWS $398,000 Situated on the side of the Blue Lake with stunning veiws over Mt Gambier and District. 0pen living areas, brand new dream kitchen stone benchtops, soft close door, formal lounge dining, large covered decking area great for family and friends, main bedroom with his and hers walkin robes, ensuite. Inspection will impress

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1 CHUTE STREET , MOUNT GAMBIER 2/3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR 8 ALIE DRIVE, COMPTON 4 BED I 3 BATH I 6 CAR THE PERFECT COUNTRY HOME $625,000 Situated in the popular Compton area with a great outlook but private and nestled amongst established native plants on approximately 3 ½ Acres this home is the best of country living. Huge home for the family, including extras such as great shedding, rainwater, bore water, 3 living areas, open living, covered outdoor entertaining area, office, and heaps of storage.

CHARACTER CHARM, LOCATION $329,000 Pleasure to offer this character home situated close to the city. Beautifully presented with polished Tassie oak floors, ornate cornice and ceilings, classy kitchen with Caesar stone benches, soft close doors, stunning renovated bathroom, kitchen meals, family dining, lounge room or 3rd Bedroom, gas and slow combustion heating.

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PRICE ATTACK PREMIER RETAIL BUSINESS $220,000 PLUS SAV Great opportunity to step into long time established business, with great trading figures, security of strong clientele base and the backing of one of Australia’s largest retailers of professional hair care. Perfect for the individual, mother and daughter or professional couple. Limited experience needed to run this successful business. Call Peter for more information

38 SASSAN OWSKY ROAD, COMPTON 4/5 BED I 2 BATH I 4 CAR EDGE OF TOWN $499,000 Perfect country home on Mount Gambier’s city limits. Set on park like surrounds, just under 5 acres. Beautifully renovated bathroom and laundry areas. Upgraded Kitchen, theatre room, family room, kitchen meals, split system air conditioning ,slow combustion heating, bore water rainwater 4 bay garage plus lots more.

1/17 DAVIDSON STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER 1 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR TIME TO BUY $79,500 Great opportunity to buy your first home or investment. Located close to shops and sporting ovals. Large bedroom, open meals kitchen lounge area. Upgraded Bathroom and laundry areas, gas heating, why pay rent when you can own

71 NORTH TCE, MOUNT GAMBIER 5 BED I 2 BATH I 3 CAR LARGE FAMILY HOME $285,000 Wow, what a great find this large family home located close to sporting ovals and MacDonald Park Primary. 2 large living areas, modern kitchen, meals area, upgraded bathroom, solid construction 2.7 m ceilings, split system cooling, gas heating, room for 3 cars, storage shed private yard.

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27 Lake Terrace East

AUCTION THURSDAY 1ST JUNE ON SITE at 1.00PM Estate Sale Under Instruc ons from Australia Executor Trustees & Co. • Brick & le family home in an outstanding loca on • 3 Bedroom & Office, all with BIR’s • Ensuite, Kitchen Meals, Family, Lounge, & Formal Dining • Reverse cycle Air-Condi oning • Gas wall Furnace

• Carport & Double Garage / Workshop • Access to secured rear yard • Greenhouse & established garden Contents of house & Garage to be offered for Sale by Tender plus a 3.5m Quintrex boat & trailer Available for viewing at the Open Inspec ons

14 Tallara Avenue

3 Myall Street

3 BEDROOM STONE EX TRUST HOME

25 SOLAR PANELS – SAY GOODBYE TO POWER COSTS!

• Great SE loca on, lounge with gas hea ng & kitchen with dining nook • Office plus storeroom extension on the rear • Colourbond roof & aluminium windows • Two separate driveways • Carport and private rear yard

• Well-presented brick & le home • 3 Bedrooms with BI Robes & individual Mitsubishi Inverter Air Condi oners (Split System) • Formal Lounge with log fire Gas hea ng • Renovated Kitchen/Dining with BI Dishwasher & Panasonic R/C Air Condi oner • Upgraded Bathroom – Upgraded Laundry PRICED TO SELL $239,000

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NEW LISTING - 3 BEDROOM BRICK HOME

• Three Bedroom family home • Formal Lounge, Dining with S/C hea ng • Open plan Kitchen, Dining & Family area • Master Bedroom with walk-in robe & Ensuite • Two separate Bedrooms with access to main Bathroom • Timber Kitchen with breakfast bar & access to rear Pa o • Massive covered rear Pa o with raised mber decking REDUCED TO $224,500

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PRICE REDUCED TO $263,000

Neat brick home in great area Close to School & Reserve 3 Bedrooms – all with BIR’s Well-presented throughout R/C Air Condi oners to Lounge & also Kitchen & Dining

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Large Kitchen with Wall Oven & Electric hotplates Built-In Pantry Dining Room leading to covered Pergola area Garage UMR Large yard with Garden shed Property is currently leased

LAND & WATER LICENCES REX WELLS COURT – MIL LEL Lot 3 1.282ha $139,000 2 Swallow Drive

8/101 Jubilee Highway East

POPULAR BIRDSVILLE LOCATION

SPACIOUS CENTRAL HOME

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Solid 3 Bedroom stone home opposite the Playground/Reserve Walk to Grant High School and local Shopping Centre Formal Lounge with S/C Wood heater Separate formal Dining room Kitchen with Gas stove

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PRICED AT $199,500

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3 LASLETT STREET $180 PER WEEK 3 Bdrm home. Open Living/Dining/Kitchen. Lots of sheds, Pergola, Carport. NO pets 5 MAROONGA CRESCENT $200 PER WEEK 3 Bdrm home - Main with Ensuite. Sep Dining/Family Room. 2 Bathrooms – 2 Toilets. Single detached Garage. NO pets

Unit 5/7 Arbor Street

11 MONTGOMERY AVENUE $230 PER WEEK 3 Bdrm home 2 Bdrm with BIR’s. Garage UMR, Pa o area. Available 22/03/17. NO Pets

BRUCE AULD 0428 849 882

OUTSTANDING INVESTMENT PROPERTY WITH TWO STREET FRONTAGE

“DRESS CIRCLE LOCATION” 7 ROBIN STREET $220 PER WEEK 3 Bdrm home in Birdsville area. Large rear yard. Sep Garage/ Carport. NO pets

$115,000

WATER LICENCE FOR SALE OR LEASE Water taking Licence in Lacepede Kongorong Management Area 130 Megs available

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RENTALS 3/1 CARAPOOK STREET One Bdrm, BIR’s 1 Bathroom. NO Pets

• Solid two Bedroom unit • Within walking distance to City Centre • Formal Lounge adjoining an open plan Kitchen/Dining • Laundry plus Storeroom • Long central passageway leading to Bedrooms and Bathroom • Carport UMR • Separate free-standing unit PRICED AT $129,500

ROBINSON STREET 490 SQM

• Well presented two bedroom home unit • Completely renovated within the last few years • Stunning Bathroom, Kitchen & Laundry area Totally repainted and with contras ng carpet and white cupboards throughout • Reverse cycle hea ng and cooling Breakfast bar cupboard to Living area PRICED AT $122,000

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

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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malseeds real estate Mt Gambier Millicent Port MacDonnell Robe Beachport

08 8724 9999 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier & 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989 7 Rotary Ave, Mt Gambier

$295,000

SIMPLY IMPRESSIVE • A1 loca on only a stones throw from the Blue Lake. • Beau fully updated kitchen, living and family spaces. • 3 well sized bedrooms, 2 with BIRs. • Ducted gas hea ng and R/C air con.

Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539

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7 Honan St, Mt Gambier

8 Westlands Crt, Mt Gambier

$390,000-$410,000

• 3 double bedrooms & 2 bathroom plus dedicated study. • Beau ful formal dining with jarrah mber flooring. • Professionally landscaped yards with wonderful street appeal. • “Master built” character home with meless charm. • High clearance shedding plus double garage with internal access.

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$185,000

Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539

58 Cardinia St, Mt Gambier

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$170,000-$180,000

24 Hedley St, Mt Gambier

$560,000

BOLD & UNIQUE • Classic car, boa ng or caravan enthusiasts dream, with over 200sqm of shedding across 3 separate garages. • Resort style living with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. • Master suite with private courtyard and striking ensuite. • Flexible living spaces perfect for the home entertainer.

Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539

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61 Wynham Rd, Moorak

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9 Lange Rd, Yahl

Best offers by June 12th 2017

• This unique home is set on a massive block approx. 2027sqm and it has plenty to offer. • Beau ful wooden floorboards which have been carried out throughout the home. With the main lounge being tastefully decorated including an open fire. • The kitchen has a warm country feel to it, with plenty of storage and electric appliances.

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$299,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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52 Milstead St, Pt MacDonnell

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$380,000

REDUCED • Perfect Starter For the Entertainer! • This neat li le home features open plan kitchen/dining and lounge • Lounge with slow combus on heater and fan • Large kitchen area with plenty of bench space, gas cooking and new dishwasher • Three bedrooms all carpeted with built in robes, blinds and curtains

Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

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67 Elizabeth St, Pt MacDonnell

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Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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2 Grey Tce, Millicent

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$270,000

• This property is perfectly located in Millicent’s newest sub division, close to schools and short walk to main street. • It is a completely modern home with Vinyl flooring throughout the open plan kitchen, living/dining area. • Laminate island bench, stainless steel appliances & electric cooking. • Neutral tones throughout, except for modern minimal green trimmings in the kitchen/living area, which really e the areas together

• More than meets the eye- massive shed with an area that has been fi ed out with a kitchen, bathroom and 3 bedrooms • Set on approx. 723sqm build your dream home (STCA) while living in the comfort of your shed • Ideal loca on just around the corner from the boat ramp and across from the golf course • 3.3 m high clearance shed easily accommoda ng for 4 cars

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

• 3 bedroom solid home in the heart of Mount Gambier • Lounge with wood fire and stunning feature mantel piece and walk through to the kitchen. • Open plan kitchen and dining with original flooring and cupboards perfect for someone to come in and make their own. • Large shed with roller door access includes a pit with extra room for fire wood and 2 cars.

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Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

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• Located just 5 minutes from town this 4 bedroom 2 bathroom property is perfect for the growing family • Located on approximately 2025m2 the block is large enough for the kids to run around but small enough to be easy to maintain • Two main living areas plus a kids area

Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

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105 Bay Rd, Mt Gambier

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$375,000

• Two storey brick and le home perfectly tucked away at the footsteps of our magnificent Blue Lake. • Situated on two tles totaling a huge 1938 sqm (approx) and hidden among established trees and gardens with beau ful views over the city. • Recently renovated and extended, this property now offers 4 bedrooms and 2 living spaces for a growing family to make their own.

Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539

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• Built in 2007 this home is located only 100m from the beachfront • Ground floor features a led lounge room, two bedrooms both with built in robes and bedroom two with ceiling fan, laundry, bathroom with shower over the bath, separate toilet and under stairs storage • Upper level has fantas c sea views, large open plan living area with R/C air condi oning with the kitchen including a dishwasher, electric cooking and island bench

Kirby Vassallo 0457 004 364

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10 Francis St, Mt Gambier

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$305,000

• Fresh and appealing from the street, this 3 bedroom home is situated on a generous allotment of 1030sqm. • The light and bright family and dining area features slow combus on hea ng and reverse cycle air condi oning, con nuing on to the modern kitchen area with electric cooking and dishwasher. • The large master bedroom features lovely mber built in wardrobes, with BIRs also available in bedrooms 2 and 3.

Alistair Coonan 0439 681 539

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Jason 0419 032 795

Bronwyn 8724 9999

Alistair 0439 681 539

Kirby 0457 004 364

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Emily 0423 440 806

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36 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier

2 Noojee Street, Mount Gambier

5 Rosemont Place, Mount Gambier

10 Ivy Place, Mount Gambier

OPEN Saturday

OPEN Saturday

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$245,000

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• Outstanding location • 5 main rooms + rooms on lower level • Spectacular views, renovators dream

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$259,000 House plus Unit. RESIDENCE • 2 levels • 5 main rooms plus garage

• 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms • Feature entertaining area • Garage, shed + carport

6 Grange Place, Mount Gambier

$399,000

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• 3 living zones • Gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry • Rear yard access

18 Powell Street, Mount Gambier

OPEN Sunday

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• Call the removalist! • Solid timber floors • Deducted gas heating

189 Penola Road, Mount Gambier

$299,000

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$250,000

23 Lumidin Bluv, Mount Gambier

$245,000

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• Large open plan living • Chefs kitchen • Stunning entertaining area

1/206 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

UNIT AT REAR • 2 Storey building • Single bedroom unit on 2nd level

$329,000

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Stage 2, Lakes Park Subdivision, Lakes Park Drive

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• Great location • Perfect investment or owner occupied • Open plan kitchen, lounge dining

9 Adelaide Street, Kalangadoo

From $97,500

$369,000

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• Open plan living at its best • 4 double bedrooms all with BIR • Corner block, with access to rear yard

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$550,000-$565,000

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• Open plan executive living • Outdoor undercover entertaining area • Polished concrete floors

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$105,000

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• Corner allotment approx. 450m - opposite pub • 3 bedrooms lounge and kitchen • Garage + carport- bargain price

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ALL SERVICES INCLUDING GAS & NBN • Attractive fully serviced residential allotments • Services include; water, sewer, electricity, gas, Telstra and NBN • Flat building allotment of various sizes from 510m2 to 840m2 plus one allotment of 1,432m2 suitable for unit/ townhouse development


12 Acres

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3.5 Acres


08 8726 4400 236 Galpins Road, Eight Mile Creek SA

$749,000 incl. water

• Total of 136 acres of prime Peat fattening country • 60 acres approx. under centre pivot irrigation • Zimmatic 5 span electric pivot with 3 phase power • Irrigation ‘Taking’ licence of up to 276,048kL

• Fencing in good condition with hot wires • Laneway running through the centre of the property • Paddocks complete with concrete troughs

• 5 bores available over the property • Ideal fattening block with the ability to carry a high stocking rate • Terrific opportunity to purchase high quality land

T C A R T N O C R E D N U Inspection by appointment. Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 45 Sassanowsky Road

$699,500

Cnr Henningsen Road and Hill Road, Yahl

$615,000

REDUCED TO SELL $615,000 – 85 ACRES

HEAVILY REDUCED

• 85 acre irriga on block located 1km From Yahl township • 65 acres under Centre Pivot irriga on • 257.965meg Taking Irriga on licence • Valley electric powered centre pivot • Strong fer liser history

• Clear of na ve vegeta on with planted trees along boundary • Highly produc ve and well drained Sandy Loam soil • Excellent barb and high tensile wire fencing • Ideal hor culture or livestock turnout block

Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 If quality, class and ageless style is what you are a er then this spacious home is just for you. Located in the highly sought a er area of Su ontown, your family will enjoy the space and peaceful surrounds that its 5 acres have to offer. Built in 2000 the home has been beau fully designed combining the old with the new to create a sense of warmth and comfort. The home provides plenty of room and features for entertaining or simply to sit back and enjoy the rural lifestyle. Perfectly located walking distance to Compton Primary and a short drive to Tenison Woods College and only 10 minutes from the main corner of Mount Gambier.

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WEB Id. 10709533 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

S TA G E SPRINGVIEW ESTATE 2

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~ COLLINS STREET ~ PRICED FROM $120,000 INCLUDES: TOWN WATER, SEWER, POWER, TELSTRA, HOT MIX ROADS, COLORBOND FENCING, BIKE PATHS. ALLOTMENTS SIZES 1194m2 TO 2492m2

Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

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9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier, SA, Australia, 5290 p: 08 8726 4400 • f: 08 8726 4456 e: brett.exelby@elders.com.au

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BARRY RITTER

LAUREN DUNCAN

DAMIAN VENN

ANNETTE MCLAUGHLIN

CATHERINE MILES

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

0438 904 771

0409 978 004

8726 4400

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

damian.venn@elders.com.au

annette.mclaughlin@elders.com.au

catherine.miles@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

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08 8726 4400 $209,000

53 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier

$369,500

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65 Lake Terrace East, Mt Gambier

OPEN SATURDAY IT’S ALL BEEN DONE • Renovated throughout • Great Open plan living • Func onal Kitchen with Dishwasher

• 3 bedrooms master with Bi Robes • Stunning Bathroom with 2nd Toilet and large Spa • 4 car Garage with remote doors

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$135,000

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4 Wattle Street, Mt Gambier

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SPECTACULAR VIEWS, GREAT LOCATION

• Loads of shedding • Carport a ached to home • Secure rear yard • Lots of poten al here

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6 Lee Court, Mt Gambier

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$339,000

3002/3 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier

$195,000

$225,000

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OPEN SATURDAY • 5 bedrooms plus separate office • 2 bathrooms • 2 kitchens • Cellar & storage room • Remote garage UMR plus caravan carport WEB Id. 10735762 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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3005/3 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier

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11 Sunnyside Drive, Mt Gambier

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POTENTIAL! • Great first home • Three bedrooms • Updated bathroom • Updated kitchen WEB Id. 17104072 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

• Magnificent views from the high side of Lake Terrace over the city • Highly popular loca on close to schools and town centre • Open plan kitchen/dining/living room with uninterrupted views • Updated kitchen with s/steel oven & dishwasher with walk in pantry • Huge living area with gas heater leading onto a generously sized sunroom • Main bedroom complete with ensuite and walk in robe • Bedroom 2 & 3 fi ed with BIR • 2nd living area with gas heater could be used as a 4th bedroom if required • Double remote garage with room for a workshop • Lovely balcony to sit and enjoy what the loca on has to offer • Much loved and well looked a er home 3 2 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

OPEN SATURDAY

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1 Heath Street, Mt Gambier

10+ $215,000

• 3 bedrooms all with robes • Formal Lounge • Open plan kitchen/meals/family area • Great pa o area with blinds SAT JUN 3 • Double remote garage UMR with internal access 11.00 - 11.30 WEB Id. 10868217 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 3 2 2

• Stunning 3 bedroom apartment • Close to the iconic Blue Lake • Close to restaurants & shopping precincts • Open plan dine/kitchen/lounge • Split system - reverse cycle hea ng & cooling WEB Id. 16992661 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

208 Pelican Point Road, Pelican Point

10 Carrison Rd, Suttontown OFFERS OVER $335,000

OPEN

$182,000

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• Stunning 2 bedroom apartment over 2 levels • Spacious living area – meals area with balcony • Master bedroom with ensuite, WIR & balcony • Ideal study nook • Split system - reverse cycle air condi oning WEB Id. 16993092 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

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20477 Riddoch Highway, Mil-Lel

BEACHFRONT HIDEAWAY

LAND

• Absolute beachfront 2 Bedroom home • Panoramic ocean views • Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge • Toilet, bathroom & possible 3rd bdrm in detached building WEB Id. 11239035 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756 2 1 1

• 4 bdrms all with BIR’s. Main with WIR & ens • Eat-in kitchen. Formal dining. Living room with s/c heater • Enclosed entertaining area with open fire • 2 rooms off entertaining area suitable for teenagers retreat/games room • Workshop with built-in bench, 3 phase power WEB Id. 9548633 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180 6 2 4

• Approx 5 acres of rural living • 3 Bedrooms plus office • 2 bathrooms • Updated bathroom • Updated kitchen WEB Id. 16040058 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

134 North Terrace, Mt Gambier

$255,000

23 Blesing Street, Nangwarry

8 Maroonga Crescent, Mt Gambier

5 Tumut Drive, Mt Gambier

WEB Id. 16740488 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

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$145,000

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AFFORDABLE HOMES PROGRAM. ATTENTION FIRST HOME BUYERS. • Large lounge area • Brick and le home • Kitchen/Dine area • Front porch • Polished floorboards throughout • Freshly painted • Large backyard with rainwater tank • 3 bedrooms WEB Id. 16070544 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721 3 1

AFFORDABLE HOMES PROGRAM. PERFECT FIRST HOME. • Kitchen/dining area • Brick and le home • Polished floorboards throughout • 3 bedroom • Large backyard with rainwater tank • Freshly painted WEB Id. 16070893 Lauren Duncan 0419 829 721

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BARRY RITTER

LAUREN DUNCAN

DAMIAN VENN

ANNETTE MCLAUGHLIN

CATHERINE MILES

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

0438 904 771

0409 978 004

8726 4400

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

damian.venn@elders.com.au

annette.mclaughlin@elders.com.au

catherine.miles@elders.com.au

9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

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• Located in the township of Mount Gambier you will find this vacant block comprising just under 10,000sqm. • Situated next to the North Primary School this is an opportunity to develop (STCC) for a ready market or build your own home with ample space. WEB Id. 11242556 Brett Exelby 0458 548 756

$70,000

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08 8726 4400

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WEB Id. 10775615 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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19 Brolga Street, Mt Gambier

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WEB Id. 11031069 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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$284,000

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1 Campbell Street, Mt Gambier

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$239,000

5 Carpenters Rocks Rd, Carpenters Rocks $249,000

WEB Id. 10900805 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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Sec 681 Leggett Road, Worrolong

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7 Longmire Terrace, Mt Gambier

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$343,000

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WEB Id. 10922388 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

WEB Id. 10775615 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

WEB Id. 8891526 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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60 Burcham Street, Mt Gambier

62 Burcham Street, Mt Gambier

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7 Creek Street, Mt Gambier

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$419,000

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10 Gumbirra Court, Mt Gambier

WEB Id. 11124600 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

41 Umpherston Street, Mt Gambier

$229,000

WEB Id. 10254395 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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Lot 89 Rustic Court

$127,500

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10 Gaden Street, Mount Gambier

$150,000

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WEB Id. 11253560 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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CATHERINE MILES

0458 548 756

0408 853 180

0419 829 721

0438 904 771

0409 978 004

8726 4400

brett.exelby@elders.com.au

barry.ritter@elders.com.au

lauren.duncan@elders.com.au

damian.venn@elders.com.au

annette.mclaughlin@elders.com.au

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9 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

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2017 has started strong. Barry needs more listings NOW

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$149,000

WEB Id. 10504564 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

WEB Id. 10835742 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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32 Vansittart Road, Mt Gambier

Call 0408 853 180 today

$190,000

WEB Id. 11124201 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

WEB Id. 16812452 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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WEB Id. 10637749 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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$190,000

WEB Id. 11124201 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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$169,000

16 Yahl Main Road, Yahl

$285,000

WEB Id. 11242472 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

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2 Sutton Avenue, Mt Gambier

$220,000

372 Burnda Road, Compton N

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$349,000

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WEB Id. 10636166 Barry Ritter 0408 853 180

27 Stiles Street, Mt Gambier

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$275,000

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08 8723 6866 50 James Street, Mount Gambier admin@gtlivestock.com.au | Fax: 08 8723 3809 RLA 280309

Green Triangle Livestock and Real Estate are an independently owned and operated business who opened their doors on the 16th November 2016. The company may be new to Mount Gambier, however, it comes with familiar faces, years of experience and offers service that is second to none. Directors, Chris and Garth Manser are a father and son team, who together combine 40 years of experience within the Livestock and Real Estate industry. Both the directors have worked hard to build a reputa on of honesty, loyalty and integrity. This is reflected in the substan al client base they have accumulated, not only within the Green Triangle and Limestone Coast but all the way to Coonalpyn, Wellington and surrounding districts. Kevin Norman, a 40 year veteran to the livestock industry, joins Chris and Garth in their new venture, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team. Combined, they offer the very best service for their clients. Chris’s wife, Bernie Manser, together

with Brooke Stephenson and Kerry Hill are the welcoming faces of the office and provide our clients with efficient, professional and friendly service. Brooke is also a qualified Sales Consultant, assis ng the businesses growing Real Estate sales arm. Elisha Beare, another familiar face in the Real Estate industry, is also part of the family and has recently been welcomed to the team as a Sales Consultant. Elisha specialises in residen al sales, has an extensive background of customer service and has been working within the Real Estate industry for the past few years. Elisha knows that buying or selling a home can be a stressful me, however one thing that she is known for is going that extra mile to ensure not only the best price in the least amount of me, but that the process runs as smoothly as possible. Green Triangle Livestock and Real Estate aim to make you feel like part of the family. Pop in to 50 James Street and have a cuppa and a biscuit any me with our friendly staff.

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0417 414 127

0417 071 180

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0407 213 023


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

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499 Cafpirco Road, Compton

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3/8 Ellard Street, Mount Gambier

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

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IMMACULATE PRESENTATION, TOP LOCATION

MAGNIFICENT LIFESTYLE PROPERTY ON 6 ACRES

Situated in a handy central location, you won’t find better than this immaculately presented solid brick and tile unit.

Welcome to 499 Cafpirco Road, offering a outstanding lifestyle property, comprising of an as new 4BR family home, on a private, peaceful, secluded haven, just minutes from Mt Gambier.

Features include freshly painted inside with new floor coverings, two queen size bedrooms (one with BIR), spacious lounge with r/cycle air conditioning, practically designed kitchen/dining with electric cooking, bathroom with shower/bath and vanity, separate laundry and WC.

Set well back from the road, the home has been designed for comfortable family living, offering a spacious master suite with walk-in robe and en-suite, 2 dbl bedrooms with BIR’s and a 4th bedroom or large dedicated study. The modern kitchen features gas/elec cooking & d/washer, large open plan dining area and a spectacular north facing family room. Parents will love the separate 2nd living area, ideal for a kids play room.

Outside features include low maintenance courtyard gardens and a single carport for convenient under cover parking. Well suited to those looking at downsizing or a fantastic investment to add to your property portfolio, only 3 units in Strata. Currently vacant with a rental appraisal of $155 per week.

37 Ash Court, Mount Gambier

Outside features include r/water tank with equipped bore, well established trees & shelter belts, carport and c/bond dbl car shed with power & concrete, located adjacent to the home.

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This impressive property offers the complete package for the family looking for a quality lifestyle property, just a short distance from the city.

35 Willow Avenue, Mount Gambier

6 Franklin Terrace, Mount Gambier $299,000

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$475,000

13 Dover Court, Mount Gambier $379,000

$295,000

• Welcome to 6 Franklin Terrace, located in the popular lakes area & within walking distance to Reidy Park Primary School & Tenison Woods College • Solid construction, gas heating, s/c wood fire & r/c air conditioning • Freshly painted interior & low maintenance flooring throughout • Updated timber kitchen, offering electric cooking & dishwasher, overlooks the spacious dining area, centrally located to the separate formal lounge & family room 3 2 3 • Rainwater tank plumbed to house

• 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 colour bond shed, perfect for the boat or caravan. 3 1 4

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$319,000

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• Brand new luxurious townhouse situated in an A1 location. • Recently completed by Kuchel Constructions. • Offering modern first class fixtures & fittings. • Double car garage UMR with remote internal & rear yard access. • R/c split system air conditioning, roll out turf, concrete paths & driveway. • Low maintenance allotment on its own title.

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• This as new 3 BR brick & tile home offers open plan L-shaped lounge/dining with r/c a/c, modern kitchen with dishwasher and electric cooking, 2 BR’s with BIR’s, plus the convenience of a 2 way bathroom. • Outside features include impressive low maintenance enclosed yard (ideal for children and pets), plus separate rear yard access via DBL gates to large 9m x 7m color-bond shed. 3 1 4 • Inspect today to be impressed.

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Lot 303 Doughty Street, Mount Gambier

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NEW PRICE • 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 May 2018.

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40 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier

• Inviting 1BR solid brick home on a generous 744m2 allotment • Freshly painted interior with new flooring, dine-in kitchen with electric cooking • Single carport, plus large rear yard with low maintenance gardens, ideal for extra shedding or development for extra housing (S.T.C.A.) • Excellent property for first home buyers & purchasers downsizing or developers 1 1 1

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1082m2 Allotment close to CBD Vacant building block within walking distance to CBD Rare opportunity to purchase large allotment Water & sewer connected with power passing Flat allotment with portion of new colourbond fencing Suitable for new townhouse development (S.T.C.A.)

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68 Wehl Street North, Mount Gambier

Gladigau Park $255,000

• 2 bedroom home with modern kitchen, including new elec cooking, sparkling new bathroom, rev cycle a/conditioning & floating floorboards throughout. • Outside features include a low maintenance yard with stone shedding. Currently used as B&B style accommodation, this property is perfect for the investor, retiree or 1st home buyer. • Inspection will surprise!!

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• Located in the prestigious lakes precinct, offering breathtaking views over the City • Built over two levels, this magnificent solid brick home, combines an amazing outlook, with an enviable array of hidden extras • Features include elevated pergola area with spectacular raised timber deck (an entertainers dream), plus low maintenance landscaped gardens • Currently tenanted at $420/week 4-6 3 2 until march 2018

From $70,000

• Here is your opportunity to secure a picturesque allotment, in a new residential subdivision, off Gladigau Road, on the edge of the City. • Situated close to the Marketplace Shopping Centre, prices include fencing and all services, including power, gas, water and phone.

• Allotments ranging in size from 539m2 to 761m2 and with works being complete by mid 2017. • Ring today and don’t miss your chance to secure an allotment in this exciting new subdivision.

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LAND

$595,000

• 50sq of executive living on 2373m2 allot. with plans & services for 4 2BR townhouses • Main residence - Upper Level – 2BR, 2 Bathrooms, open plan living, theatre room, office & alfresco area • Lower Level - 2BR, two-way Bathroom, kitchen/dining, 2 living areas & remote Dble gge UMR • Impressive features throughout, 4+ 3 2 excellent location


32 Bay Road Mount Gambier Phone 08 8723 3416

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This fantastic beachside property 4 Bedrooms (master with BIR & En-suite) Double storey brick home with coastal & sea views Features include large open plan meals/family living with s/c wood heating & BI bar, WI pantry & electric cooking, deck & balcony with impressive views. • Extra shedding with concrete & h/duty power 4 2 2

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• Superbly renovated & fully furnished holiday home • 6BR, 3 stunning bathrooms & 2 living areas provide accommodation for up to 19 people • Spectacular open plan living leads to an entertainers dream alfresco area • 3Bay high clearance c/bond shed • A fantastic opportunity for business 6 3 3 & pleasure, with excellent figures

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

19 Dry Creek Road, Donovans

22 Donovans Road, Donovans $165,000

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34 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell

86 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

$325,000

$449,000

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

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11 Mark Street, Nelson

$150,000

$189,500

$335,000

ALL OFFERS INVITED • Early 1900’s stone cottage, situated on 1835m2 (approx) allotment, within walking distance to the primary school, in the popular Kongorong area. • 3 large bedrooms, cozy lounge with open wood fire, dine-in country style kitchen with pantry & gas cooking. • Outside features include rain water tank plumbed to house, bitumen road frontage, equipped bore plus 3 1 numerous small sheds.

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59 Vause Road, Nelson $355,000

• If a relaxing lifestyle by the river is what you are after, do not miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity. • Features of the home include a remarkable galley style kitchen with smeg gas appliances and ample cupboard space, a raised dedicated dining area with private rear yard views • This property has been well maintained and offers a place to park the boat or car, low maintenance gardens, spectacular views and is a haven for native wildlife. 1 1 1

52 Casuarina Grove, Nelson

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11 Thompson Court, Moorak $469,000

$199,000

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46 Sturt Street, Nelson

• 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

$650,000

NEW PRICE • 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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• Welcome to Tawarri at Nelson, just metres from Simson’s Landing, on the picturesque Glenelg River • This architecturally designed home complements its natural surroundings with the creative use of rustic materials • The property offers a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom main residence & a uniquely designed, 1 bedroom stone studio, currently being used for B&B style accommodation.

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7 Thompson Court, Moorak

Lot 12 Nelson Road, Ob Flat

$699,000

• 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

55 Ascot Street, Dartmoor

• 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

69 Riddoch Highway, Tarpeena

From $70,000

BLOCKS OF LAND $189,000

144 Suttontown Road, Suttontown

$105,000

Lot 29A Plantation Road, Nelson 320 Acres

$380,000

59 Vause Road, Nelson 4 Acres

$199,000

6 Cobblestone Court, Mt Gambier 819m2

NEW PRICE DARTMOOR MECHANICAL SERVICES – Business & Freehold • Highly respected & established mechanical business. • Excellent location in the centre of town. • Profitable business with excellent figures. • Well maintained plant & equipment included. • Iconic business servicing the area for many years. • Long lease available to purchaser.

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• 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

• Immaculately maintained, steel construction portable home • Features of the home include 4 bedrooms, main with ensuite and BIR, spacious new kitchen offers electric cooking, dishwasher and ample cupboard space and overlooks the open plan lounge / dining area. Main bathroom includes a separate vanity, bath shower and a separate toilet. • Spectacular semi enclosed rear deck, large secure rear yard, A single car garage and under cover carport, a 6 x 5 shed with cement and power and two garden sheds. 2 2 • Extra features include 5000 gallon rainwater tank 4

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Lot 31-37 Glenburnie Heights

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Crafter Road, Compton 3000-5000m2

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33 Avey Road, Mt Gambier

$169,000

Lot 303 Doughty Street, Mt Gambier 1082m2

$120,000

5 Grange Place, Mt Gambier 1376m2

$127,500

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IT’S ALL ABOUT FAMILY FOR COUNTRY MUSIC ICON

CHORAL TREAT IN LIMESTONE COAST

The Metropolitan Male Choir of SA is set to make a whirlwind visit to the Limestone Coast with concerts in Naracoorte and Millicent in June. The visit is an initiative of the Naracoorte Singers and Millicent Choral Society and the concerts will feature support acts. The choir will perform men’s chorus favourites along with tunes from Broadway, hymns, classical, jazz and pop standards. The Naracoorte concert it at the town hall on Saturday, June 17, at 7.30pm, and the Millicent convert will be at the Civic & Arts Centre, at 2pm, on Sunday, June 18. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 concession. Tickets are available from Kincraig Pharmacy and the Naracoorte Singers, in Naracoorte, and from the Millicent Newsagency and Millicent Choral Society Members.

beloved part of the process for Sandra as writing the songs and performing them. “I love recording, I’m addicted to recording, I love writing songs and then seeing them come to life.” The 12 track album does have one thing in common with her previous five projects. “I just go with my heart.” And her heart has not only ruled her song writing but her entire career path. “I always wanted the best of both worlds and have worked hard to have a stable home life as well as being able to do the music.” It means she has always carefully selected where and when to perform with Tamworth one that always makes the cut. A strong presence in her career has always been Bill Chambers and having been the brains behind her first two albums, fate allowed Bill to be part of the launch of Walk in Circles. “He was going to back to Rendelsham and it worked that he could be part of my launch as well,” Sandra said. That launch also including son Matt James, the talent behind the album’s title track, and rising star Jordana Jones. “Matt has been writing songs and he said I could have Walk in Circles,” Sandra said. “As soon as I heard it I knew I needed to have an album made around this song.” This album signals somewhat of a changing of the guard as Sandra debuts Matt’s song. “It is going to become my main focus for the next few years to help him,” the proud mum said. “He has had somewhat of a head start into the industry – he has been in it with me since he was a baby. I want

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to help him find himself as an artist and help him in any way I can to get his foot in the door. I will say he’s more focussed than me at that age.” Hard to argue with the focus of the 25 year veteran of the country music scene who started out just singing along to the radio in the car as a four year old. But six albums and multiple awards later, Sandra has done it her way and achieved that elusive worklife balance so often written about in magazines. “The kids always had to come first and that hasn’t changed.” As for that song – Walk in Circles – it is ripped from the pages of Matt’s own life, following in his mother’s footsteps – writing about and singing about what you know, what you have experienced. It captures a young man separated from his girlfriend and only getting to visit

every couple of weeks and how sad he feels every time he has to drive away. The song confirms everything Sandra believes about her son. “He’s a great song writer, a great guitar player and a great singer – he’s the full package on his own.” But she knows it’s a tough business and takes more than talent. “If it wasn’t for people doing that for me I wouldn’t have achieved what I have.” But she will of course be pushing her latest album and performing Matt’s title track and the 11 other Sandra Humphries’ gems to continue to reward her loyal fans. Sandra’s album is available to order from her website and through Dale Cleves Music.

SALEYARDS BREAK $12 MILLION IN SALES It’s been a tough year for livestock markets with stock supply affecting the region’s sales but the Casterton Saleyards continues to thrive, passing the $12million dollar mark this financial year. Sales last August and this April were cancelled because of the stock supply issues but the Casterton facility has still hosted six sales this year and is averaging more than two million per selling day. Another sale is also scheduled for next month with national buyers already expressing interest. The recent figures bode well for the facility which also topped $12million last financial year but that was across nine sales. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said the yards continued to be a hub of economic activity for the shire, attracting some of the region’s best per kilogram sale figures. “These regular sales continue to attract a high quality of stock which attracts buyer interest from across Victoria and interstate and it is clear to see the facility is on track to break last year’s selling figures,” Cr Rank said.“Every sale day you see a convoy of utes arrive into town, with these producers staying on to buy goods and products from local retailers and supporting our broader economy. The facility has a strong role to play

in our shire economy and our social fabric. These saleyards have undergone significant investment in recent years to improve their useability and appeal to sellers and it is clear to see from recent selling figures that the outcomes have been worthwhile.” The continued success of the facility is underpinned by several major works that have been undertaken at the site this financial year including the renewal of water lifestyle1.net | 26

supply pipework and construction of a shade structure to provide shelter at the facility’s canteen. The saleyards employ one saleyards operations manager and three casual staff on sale days, supported by local agents.

1. What is the name of the Brothers Grimm fairytale we know as Sleeping Beauty? 2. North West’s birthday is on June 15 – how old will the daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West turn? 3. Howard Florey is associated with the development of which common antibiotic? 4. What is a baby camel called? 5. In what year did Malcolm Turnbull become Australia’s 29th Prime Minister? 6. What is the capital of Germany? 7. In 1998, which movie produced both the best actor & best actress Oscar winning performances? 8. Who wrote the Australian classic Poor Man’s Orange? 9. What is the square root of 144? 10. For which instrument was Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata composed? 11. What is the main base ingredient of a frittata? 12. In which girl group did Sophie Monk first shoot to fame? 13. Who won the 2017 Gold Logie? 14. Which AFL footballer was diagnosed with testicular cancer this month? 15. To which supermodel was The Voice coach Seal once married?

ANSWERS . 1. Little Briar Rose; 2. Four; 3. Penicillin; 4. Calf; 5. 2015; 6. Berlin; 7. As Good As It Gets; 8. Ruth Park; 9. 12; 10. Piano; 11. Egg; 12. Bardot; 13. Samuel Johnson; 14. Jesse Hogan; 15. Heidi Kllum

After recording her past couple of albums in the heartland of country music – Nashville – Mount Gambier based Sandra Humphries returned to home shores for her sixth studio album Walk in Circles. And this album was a back to the future style project with Sandra fulfilling a lifelong wish to record an album with respected producer Stuart French. “I’ve been friends with Stuart since my first album, which he played on, and I always said I love to record with him,” Sandra said. “He really gets it, he’s got a really good vibe for country and for where I’m at. He respects me and what I do.” And by her own admission this album is selfish. “I just wanted to make an album that I thought described me as an artist,” she said. “It has a half and half feel. Half I’ve written and half the songs I think define me as an artist. If you listen to the album there is Sandra Humphries heartbreak songs; happy tongue in cheek songs and a rock feel as well because I like it all.” Recording is as a


EXTRA REHEARSALS MIGHT NOT BE ENOUGH Peter Zeitz has faced his share of challenges in life. He was a police officer, ran Periwinkles Cafe with wife Jane, at Port MacDonnell for 15 years, and is now working in the social services sector but getting himself up to speed for the 2017 Swinging With The Stars event on June 24 has been arguably the biggest. With no dance background, the selfconfessed oldest competitor in the field has been adding as many rehearsals as possible to brush up his skills. “I’ll give a lot of people something to laugh at,” Peter said. “It’s not about winning even though I know it’s a competition, I just want to participate and have a bit of fun.” Hurting his back two weeks ago during an ill advised spin move was a small setback and a reminder about how tough learning to dance can be. “I am sure my partner (Rebecca Hann) has never been set such a difficult task,” Peter said. “She’s a star and she has her work cut out for her.” Aside from the back injury there has been some other collateral damage as well. “I have been practising a lot by myself at home as well and I took out a chandelier,” he said. Peter can often be spotted out practising his dance moves while out walking. “For me it is just about repeat, repeat, repeat,” Peter said. He had been approached a few times before to be part of the Stand Like Stone fundraiser but running a hospitality business made time to rehearse next to impossible.

“But now I have that time I believe Stand Like Stone is a worthwhile charity,” he said. “And I think it’s always good to challenge yourself I didn’t realise it was going to be this challenging though. I’m out of my depth.” Fundraising is going to be Peter’s focus and on June 2 he has a function at Jens Hotel from 5.30pm. Tickets are $10 and that covers nibbles and happy hour price drinks for three hours. There will also be a variety of kindly donated auction items, including accommodation packages, wine,

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sporting memorabilia and kegs. “I want to contribute by raising some funds,” Peter said. So while the long time football coach, who is West Gambier’s assistant A Grade coach in 2017, has made his mark on the sporting field, the dance floor presents its own obstacles. “My problem is I don’t move that quickly and I don’t think that quickly.“ Above - Swinging With The Stars entrant Peter Zeitz at a recent West Gambier football match.

grace the stage, while high energy acrobatic acts will keep audience members on their toes. The show – suitable for all ages of the family – has no language, cultural or religious barriers, and instead focuses on humorous comedy and modern, composed music for each act. Cirque Africa is fresh, funky, and bold and challenges the imagination like no other show. Cirque Africa will be held at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre on Saturday, June 17 at 7.30pm. Book in groups of eight or more and save. Tickets on sale now www.countryarts.org.au or phone (08) 8723 8741

Unique show Cirque Africa will visit Mount Gambier next month for a oneof-a-kind performance. A 100% African cultural experience, Cirque Africa is a highly entertaining production produced and directed by Papa Africa – Winston Ruddle – the director who brought the hit Broadway show Cirque Mother Africa. The performance features a world-renowned African troupe, consisting of 25 artists from six African countries, including acrobats, dancers, percussionist, musicians and contortionists, performing in a 100 minute awe-inspiring show. Colourful African costumes will

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$49 The Metropolitan Male Choir of SA is set to make a whirlwind visit to the Limestone Coast with concerts in Naracoorte and Millicent in June. The visit is an initiative of the Naracoorte Singers and Millicent Choral Society and the concerts will feature support acts. The choir will perform men’s chorus favourites along with tunes from Broadway, hymns, classical, jazz and pop standards. The Naracoorte concert it at the town hall on Saturday, June 17, at 7.30pm, and the Millicent convert will be at the Civic & Arts Centre, at 2pm, on Sunday, June 18. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 concession. Tickets are available from Kincraig Pharmacy and the Naracoorte Singers, in Naracoorte, and from the Millicent Newsagency and Millicent Choral Society Members.

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Newbery Park/Millicent South PRIMARY SCHOOL Friday 27th October 2017 Walk from Old School to Newbery Park Primary School

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CELEBRATING 50 YEARS

TYRES Newbery Park Primary School might be a relative newcomer on the block but when you combine its early history as Millicent South Primary, the school has a rich history in education in the region and is celebrating its 50th anniversary this October. The main celebrations will take place on Friday, October 27, and Saturday, October 28, with a range of activities and commemorations. At the school’s 25th anniversary celebrations the current students and staff made the symbolic journey from the old school to the new facility and the 50th celebrations will replicate that as part of the Friday program.

A whole school assembly and cake cutting ceremony will follow the walk and then the classrooms will become a showcase of what education looks like in 2017 and the learning environment being nurtured and developed at Newbery Park Primary School. Saturday will be all about a trip down memory lane as the school displays old photographs and other memorabilia and past students, staff and the community can wander through and see how the past 50 years have evolved. Organising committee member Jess Willmott said they were hoping plenty of people from away would return to celebrate the milestone. “It will be a great chance for people to renew old acquaintances,” Jess said. “We are also hoping people from the community will be willing to hand over any of their memorabilia for the school displays.” There will also be plenty

of activities for the kids, with a raft of old fashioned schoolyard games being resurrected, and there will be catering on site. “We are trying to make it a big of a family day,” Jess said. A time capsule will also be buried, with students at the school now having a peek inside the 25th anniversary capsule and then adding their own mementos to head back underground and preserve for future generations. There is also a formal dinner planned for the Saturday night at the Millicent Community Club with tickets already on sale for the anniversary dinner. The school has set up a 50th anniversary facebook page in a bid to start getting the word out and track people down as the celebrations continue to take shape. The facebook page will also be featuring some wonderful memories every couple of days as the milestone celebrations approach. For enquiries and an information pack please call (08)8733 2864. Above - The 1997 Year 6/7 class photo. Left - A celebration wall at the school.

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A BRAIN TEASER TO SEND CHILLS DOWN YOUR SPINE

TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS

1. In what month does winter officially start in Australia? 2. Who sang the hit 70s song Cold As Ice?

Chicken Marengo 1 tablespoon olive oil 600g chicken thigh fillets, trimmed, quartered 200g cup mushrooms, thinly sliced 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 1 tablespoon tomato paste 2 tablespoons brandy, optional

1/3 cup white wine 400g can crushed tomatoes 2 teaspoons dried oregano leaves 8 slices sourdough bread 8 medium green prawns 200g jar pitted kalamata olives 1/4 cup fresh continental parsley

Method Heat the oil in a large non-stick frying pan over medium-high heat. Season chicken. Cook for 3 minutes each side or until browned. Transfer to a plate. Add the mushroom and garlic to the frying pan. Stir for 3 minutes or until mushroom softens. Add the tomato paste and stir for 1 minute or until combined. Stir in the brandy. Add the wine and simmer for 1 minute. Stir in the tomato and oregano. Reduce heat to medium-low. Add the chicken and simmer, stirring often, for 15 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through. Meanwhile, heat a chargrill on high. Spray with oil. Cook the bread and prawns, turning halfway, for 3 minutes or until cooked through. Stir the olives and parsley into the chicken mixture and season. Divide among plates and serve with the chargrilled bread and prawns.

3. What is the capital of Alaska? 4. Which character sings the epic animated movie hit song Let It Go, from

Frozen? 5. If you’re enjoying a drink on the rocks, with what has it been served? 6. Which city hosted the 1988 Winter Olympics? 7.In which sport did Wayne Gretzky make his name? 8. Iconic British ice dancing duo Torvill and Dean performed their record scoring Olympic routine to which musical work? 9. In which Australian State is the ski community of Falls Creek? 10. 32 degrees Fahrenheit is how many degrees Celsius? 11. Which artist originally recorded the song Walking In A Winter Wonderland? 12. Who voices the character Ellie in the Ice Age movie franchise? 13. What is the capital of Greenland? 14. In which sport did Aussie Alisa Camplin win Olympic gold? 15. On what date is the Winter Solstice in Australia? 16. Where is the only mainland group of sea lions in Australia? 17. Who directed the Happy Feet movies? 18. Who was the first person to climb Mt Everest? 19. At which two Olympics did East German figure skater Katarina Witt claim gold? 20. Who wrote the award winning novel

A HELPING HAND

The Mount Gambier Community Centre now has a community fridge which is filled with donations of food from Foodbank and members from the community. The food is free for ac.care clients who come into the Community Centre to occess a range of services, including homelessness, emergency relief, financial counselling services etc.

ANSWERS 1. June; 2. Foreigner; 3. Juneau; 4. Elsa; 5. Ice; 6. Calgary; 7. Ice hockey; 8. Ravel’s Bolero; 9. Victoria; 10. 0; 11. Pat Boone; 12. Queen Latifah; 13. Nuuk; 14. Aerial skiing; 15. June 21; 16. Cape Bridgewater; 17. George Miller; 18. Edmund Hillary; 19. 1984 & ’88; 20. David Guterson; 21. Jamaica; 22. Northern; 23. Snow; 24. White Christmas; 25. Snowy Mountains

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BRAIN TEASER Snow Falling on Cedars? 21. Cool Runnings is based on the true story of which country’s bobsled team? 22. In which hemisphere do you need to be to experience a white Christmas? 23. What is the main building material used in an igloo? 24. Which Bing Crosby song is considered the best selling single of all time? 25. Mount Kosciuszko is part of which mountain range?

GETTING YOUR HOUSE WINTER READY

Recent weather would suggest winter has arrived early but perhaps you still have time to get a few siple jobs done around the house ready for the cold, wet weather. Roof repairs and making sure the gutters are clean should be top of the agenda. You don’t want the first heavy downpour of the season to reveal leaking roofs or overflowing gutters. It is also a good time to give your kitchen the once over as we tend to do mor cooking in winter so it’s good to start with a clean slate, making sure everything is ready for those batches of soup and tasty casseroles. Checking window seals can also be beneficial for keeping the heat in and the cold out.

KEEPING KIDS DRY DURING THE WINTER MONTHS

McDonald Park Schools are seeking donations of raincoats and gum botts for their students as they work during winter in the school’s Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden. If you can assist by dropping above donations in to the front office that would be much appreciated and help keep students warm and dry over the coming winter months. They may be items that are no longer needed but in good condition. They do not have to be new.

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SPORT MOUNT GAMBIER DOMINATES STATE SCHOOLBOYS TEAM Six South East based baseballers were part of the 2017 Secondary School Sport SA State baseball team that recently competed in Cairns. The team did not enjoy great success but each of the boys enjoyed the experience, ranging from some representing the State for this first time through to Tom Rundle, who is a seasoned State representative and all have desire to take their baseball even further. Scott Gladstone, who is no longer in the region was a huge influence over all six boys in their baseball development and locally based Joe and Ben Atkins also played a huge role. They were entrusted to train the boys in Mount Gambier – a godsend to parents, who then only had to commit to a couple of compulsory trainings in the lead up to the Cairns championships. Brock Keding, Ethan Chuck and Branden Telford are also headed to Geelong on the June Long Weekend as part of the Mount Gambier Baseball League division one representative team.

BROCK KEDING Brock has been playing baseball since he was eight and for the Central Baseball Club player it was his first time representing South Australia. “It was heaps of fun,” Brock said. “It was a really good experience and I’ve already made a few good friends.” Playing mainly catcher and outfield, Brock believes the fact he has played division one baseball locally helped him adjust to the higher standard of play at a national championships. “It is probably the same level as that (division one) and it showed me I need to get a bit stronger,” Brock said. But the 15 year old has time to do that as he sets his sights on South Australian Under 16 selection at the end of September. Brock is also developing his game by suiting up for Kensington, in Adelaide, every second week during baseball season. Brock is already grateful for the work Scott Gladstone did to develop his hitting. “When he was helping me I saw a massive improvement.” Also giving the Tension Woods College every advantage is Brock’s place in the school’s High Performance Program.

KOBY CHANT Koby Chant was six years old when he first started playing baseball and the 15 year old’s selection in the 2017 Secondary School Sport SA State baseball team was his first State experience. A Central player in the local competition, Koby is a versatile player who has played pitcher, catcher and first and third base, spending his time in State colours as a first base and occasional pitcher. “A few of my friends from footy were playing baseball in the summer and that’s why I took it up in the first place,” Koby said. “Cricket takes too long.” And it soon became a passion and he has advanced his way through the ranks to also be playing division one games in the 2016/17 season. “Playing State was definitely a higher level I hadn’t really experience before,” Koby said. But he has caught the bug and the Tenison Woods College High Performance Program student will be trying his luck at State trials again later this year. (Also pictuerd in action above left)

ETHAN CHUCK Another Tenison Woods College alumni, Ethan Chuck, also took up baseball as an eight year old and Central is his home club. For Ethan, the Cairns championships were his State debut but he, too, has his sights set on trialling for the Under 16 team later this year and is part of the school’s High Performance Program. He has dipped his toe in the Adelaide based competition with West Torrens and is looking to extend that commitment when the next season rolls around and he also believed playing division one baseball locally has developed his game at a faster rate than playing only juniors. “I really enjoyed going away with the State team and playing at a higher level,” Ethan said. He played outfield, second base and pitcher and he owed his brother Josh a debt of gratitude for helping him train. “I do pitch to Josh, who is a catcher, to practise my pitching,” Ethan said. Father Roger also has played a hand when required.

TOM RUNDLE Tom Rundle was the veteran of the group in terms of experience, having played State Schoolboys on two previous occasions as well as Under 16 and Under 18 for South Australia. Not surprisingly he has his sights set on trialling for the Under 18 team again later this year. A Federal player locally, and part of the premiership winning division one team from the 2016/17 season, Tom basically plays first base at State level but is also a strong catcher. Attending his fifth national championships, the 16 year old was able to comment on the quality of the action. “It was one of the better standard national schoolboys championships I have been a part of,” he said. Tom plays most of his domestic baseball in Adelaide for Kensington where he plays Under 17 and division two, although he has played one division one games in the State’s premier competition

BRANDEN TELFORD This was Branden Telford’s second stint in the Schoolboys State team and he’s certainly racked up the frequent flyer points, heading to Perth for last year’s championships and Cairns this year. The pitcher and first base plays his local baseball with Tigers, suiting up for Under 17, division two and division one. “Playing senior baseball definitely helped when we were away because we were used to facing stronger pitchers who put a fair bit of work on the ball,” Branden said. The 16 year old Mount Gambier High student also plays for Adelaide based club Kensington so he is certainly getting plenty of opportunities to develop his baseball. “I also worked a fair bit with Ben Atkins on my pitching,” Branden said. Branden will also be heading to State Under 18 trials later this year as he looks to continue to develop his baseball through playing at a higher level. And while South Australia did struggle at the recent championships, Branden secured a game MVP honour during the event.

LACHLAN JACKMAN-TILLEY Sixteen year old Lachlan Jackman-Tilley is another Tenison Woods College student taking advantage of the school’s High Performance program. He was a first time State player at the recent national championships and is a bit of a jack of all trades, playing pitcher, third base, short stop, second base and left field. Another of the talented Central players, Lachlan played Under 17 and division one and also plays for Adelaide based club West Torrens. He now has his sights set on selection in the Under 18 South Australian team with trials later this year. “I really loved the experience of playing State,” Lachlan said. “It was a great learning experience.” He focussed on pitching and second and third base when at the Cairns championships. (Also pictured in action above right)

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TAKING AUSTRALIA TO THE WORLD It may not have the profile of Miss World or Miss Universe but Mount Gambier’s Marcia Hobbs is about to represent Australia at the World Finals of the Miss United Nations Pageant, in Jamaica, in July. It is a huge coup for the accomplished business woman, who runs the clothing and philanthropic company Barbwire Noose, and she can’t wait for the chance to showcase her talents and all Australia has to offer at the unique event. It is a pageant that still includes the traditional aspects of pageantry but also focuses on the community involvement of the participants and their qualities as ambassadors for their country and causes. “It is basically a leadership program involving people who want to be part of change in their community,” Marcia said. “It allows people to showcase what they have to offer beyond the external package.” And while Marcia has landed gigs like Clipsal and a variety of fashion shoots, her focus has more often than not been these more eclectic but inclusive pageants, also competing in the Miss Earth, environmental focussed pageant. “It was the Miss Earth and some of my charity work that got me an invitation to the United Nations Pageant,” she said. And while there will be 5am starts, exercise regimes and hair and beauty, the United Nations event will also see contestants spending time at an

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The 2017 Clark Rubber Australian Kelpie Musteris oin the June Long Weekend and avid pghotogrpahers have until June 2 to place thier entries for the 2017 Photo Competition. kelpies at Work; Kelpies at Play; Kelpie Portraits; Kelpie Pups and a Mounted photo with a kelpie theme make up the five sectionsd for this year’s competition. There is also a junior section for any photo with a kelpie theme. Photos will be on display at the Co-Op Shop in Henty Street, Casterton over the Kelpie Muster weekend. Head to the Kelpie Muster website for entry details

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orphanage and other community projects. It makes for a busy time for the Barbwire Noose owner, who is also finishing off an MBA with the view to finally taking up a position in law school – an opportunity she was afforded when she left school before she opted to start her own clothing company. “I also want to keep developing my company and down the track what I hope is someone else will run the clothing side and I will just focus on the charity side of the business,” Marcia said. She also has political aspirations and has extensive volunteering roles in the community and further afield. “I have been volunteering since I was 15,” Marcia said. “I believe being involved in your community is so important.” Locally Marcia is a Lifeline crisis caller and she also helps at Red Cross with the visitor program. She is also closely aligned to the World Wildlife Fund, Animals Australia, Bush Heritage, Kiss Goodbye to MS and is an ambassador for the World Kindness Movement. Greenpeace, Sea Shepherd and World Society of the Protection of Animals (WASP) are all supported by her business. Marcia will be in Jamaica from July 1-9 for the World Finals.

At a recentceremony at Wattle Range Council, in Millicent, Mayor Peter Gandolfi handed the keys of a Ford Territory over to the Regional Coordinator of the South East Region of the Red Cross, Greg Baxendale. Wattle Range Council has supported the community by providing the local Red Cross office with a car for community use, to assist those who need it to gain access to essential services. “The partnership between Wattle Range and the Red Cross has meant that members of the community can be driven by volunteers to appointments they may have found difficult to otherwise get to,” said Mr Gandolfi. The Red Cross community car program is coordinated by the Red Cross in Mount Gambier and supported by local volunteer drivers, who give up their time to take residents to appointments across the region, even linking up with specialist services in Adelaide. “Wattle Range Council has long been a supporter of this Red Cross program and is proud to be able to donate a vehicle to the local office to continue this essential service,” Mr Gandolfi said. To enquire about utilising the Wattle Range Red Cross vehicle, please contact Red Cross in Mount Gambier at 49 Helen Street, Mount Gambier – Telephone (08)8725 3622 or 1300 851 898.

Above - Mount Gambier’s Marcia Hobbs is off to Jamaica in July to represent Austalia at the World Finals of the 2017 Miss United Nations Pageant.

NEW HOME FOR BUPA Bupa customers in Mount Gambier will have more convenient access to the health and care company with a new-look store now open at Gambier Central Shopping Centre. The store has relocated from its previous Commercial Street West site and its new design has been based around customer feedback. The same friendly and knowledgeable team will look after customers, including store manager Lisa Reppin who has more than a decade’s worth of health insurance knowledge. Lisa said she was excited that customer feedback has been incorporated into the design to better meet their needs. “The customer is always at the heart of what we do, and we’re excited that our new store is designed to make their experience easier and more convenient,” she said. “We understand navigating the

Above - Wattle Range Mayor Peter Gandolfi, local volunteer Red Cross driver John De Witt and Regional Coordinator Greg Baxendale.

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health system can be confusing and difficult, and we want to make it as stress-free as possible for our customers. “We now offer more private consult areas, as well as access and help for customers to log on to the Bupa website and do their own claims or use our online services if they choose.” Rounding out the experienced team are consultants Jenny Wilke, who lifestyle1.net | 34

has been with the company for 35 years with extensive sales and service knowledge, Hayley Van Den Hoogen and Danielle Johnston. Above (from left) - The BUPA Mount Gambier team - Danielle Johnston; Jenny Wlke; store manager Lisa Reppin & Hayley Vane Den Hoogen.

Entries are now open for the South East Art Society Open Art Awards. Artists will vie for a grand prize of $1500, with a Member’s Award; People’s Choice Award; Patron’s Trophy and Young Artists Awards in high school and primary school categories also up for grabs. Entries close on July1 and the exhibition runs from July 14 to August 13. Oil and acrylic, photography, textiles, works on paper and sculpture will be among the media on show. The 2017 awards are proudly sponsored by the Mount Gambier & District Bendigo Community Bank.


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HELPING OTHERS THROUGH THEIR PERSONAL STORIES A public event on June 9 is all about helping. Stepping Out of the Shadows into the Light is an informal evening where two local women will share their personal stories in a bid to help others work their way through their own loss and pain or feelings of unhappiness. By simply talking about their own journeys Di Chambers and Kathleen Donhardt will continue their own healing, hope they will spark a way forward and some coping strategies for others and the event will also help the Limestone Coast Domestic Violence Service, with proceeds from the $9 a head function at Mount Gambier’s Commodore on the Park at 7pm. Di’s son Ryan went missing in India 12 years ago and Kathleen is set to open up for the first time publically about a family life filled with abuse and thoughts of suicide. How the two women teamed up is an intriguing story spanning a number of years. “Di was just a face to me at Curves and when Curves shut down she organised for Curves members to go to another gym,” Kathleen said. That’s when the duo started attending Active8 but they were still no more than faces in a weights or a cardio room. “One night in the gym Di happened to say to me how’s it going and mentioned the name Jon Gabriel,” Kathleen said. It was a short, innocuous conversation but the name Gabriel stayed with Kathleen and kept coming up and eventually it was the Gabriel Method, a holistic approach to weight-loss focussing on mind and body. “That was life changing for me and I followed that through,” Kathleen said. In fact it sees Kathleen now on a path where she is an eating psychologist and a life coach but all she wanted to do was acknowledge the impact, that random comment from a woman she didn’t know in the gym one night, had on her life. ”But I didn’t know her name and hadn’t seen her around town,” Kathleen said. Then in 2015 Kathleen saw an article on Di’s missing son Ryan and she realised it was the same woman. “I did some facebook stalking and sent her a message,” Kathleen said. “I just wanted to say thank you.” The plot thickened though with Di not seeing

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the message. “But then I was doing a personal development course recently and part of challenging myself through that was doing facebook live,” Di said. That is when the two reconnected. Kathleen mentioned her message, Di was able to read it and the two have become firm friends, first united in helping each other and now focussed on helping others. “It was a beautiful message and very emotional,” Di said. “I’ve been wanting to have an impact on women for a long time and to find out I had an impact when I didn’t realise it was amazing.” It has all led to the June 9 event and while the public sharing of their personal stories is a one off, where it leads is boundless. In the days following the event the duo intends to be available for more intimate chats at coffee shops or other informal locations around town and then who knows. “People have the power within them to heal,” Di said. “We want to break down the barriers and say it’s OK to talk about what’s bothering you,” Kathleen said. “We want to create a space where that feels safe.” Both women admit it is a venture into the unknown but they encourage anyone, whether they are stuck in a rut at work or have more deep seated unhappiness to come along. They do not profess to have the answers but they can share what worked for them and that’s a great starting point, hearing how people who have suffered loss and pain worked their way back to healing and happiness. “We are just two ordinary, everyday people and we want people to realise that,” Di said. “I view life as a game. If you know the rules and develop the skills, it’s easier to play the game.” And that’s what Thursday, June 9, is all about. Bookings are essential and tickets are available at www.ticketbo.com.au/ steppingout or contact Di on 0417 803 396 or Kathleen on 0410 327 234. Left - Di Chambers Above - Kathleen Donhardt

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IT’S ALL GOTTA GO... Scrapbooking, Card Making and Craft Sale. Friday 2nd June 9am-9pm and Saturday 3rd June 8am-12pm. 10%95% off everything...Plus stunning new product release. Come along and make a card for free, check out the huge amount of specials and discounted items. Cash or Card. 59 Acacia Street, Mount Gambier 0414 836 852. Everyone welcome. 683 ------------------------------------------

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DISCOUNTED EXHAUST SYSTEMS to suit most vehicles. Ph 08 8724 9273. W -----------------------------------------FLOWERS silk/fresh, SHE’S APPLES, 30 James Street, Mt Gambier. For orders and HEN’S FLORAL CROWN MAKING PARTIES Ph 0468 892 990 or 08 8725 7952 n700 -----------------------------------------GU NISSAN PATROL 2010 Low Mileage 45,000. 7 Seats, Auto, 3.0lt. ST Turbo Diesel Common Rail, Tow Bar, Bullbar, Electric Brakes, Clearview Mirrors, 2 Way Radio, Alpine Radio with Bluetooth, S872AFV, Regs. 27th Jul 2017, $38,500. Ph 0422 627 908 OL-684 ------------------------------------------

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CLARICE BECKETT Art Award 2017 In its sixth year, a vibrant exhibition of work from professional and emerging artists in various mediums. Opening Fri 9th June 6.00 pm, $10 entry, refreshments. Exhibition (free entry) 10th and 11th June 9.30 till 4.00, Gorman’s Art Gallery, 80 Henty Street, Casterton (opp Town Hall) Ph Julie 0427 012 727. OL-684 ------------------------------------------

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TV GUIDE THURSDAY, JUNE 1 TV GUIDE FRIDAY, JUNE 2 TV GUIDE SATURDAY, JUNE 3 TV GUIDE SUNDAY, JUNE 4

SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Surrender, Dorothy 2.00 The Daily Edi on 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 6.30 AFL: Rnd 11: Port Adelaide v Hawthorn 10.15 The Front Bar 11.15 Grimm 12.15 Odyssey 1.15 Harry's Prac ce 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Seven Early News

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Sixty SIx 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Nine's A ernoon News 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 RBT 8.30 TBA 11.30 The Footy Show 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 2.00 Extra 2.30 Global Shop 3.00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 3.30 Good Morning America 5.00 Nine News Early Edi on

7 MATE 5.30 Baggage Ba les 6.00 Beverly Hills Pawn 6.30 American Pickers 7.30 The Big Bang Theory 9.30 Movie: Hulk 12.15 Ink Master 1.10 Outlaw Nitro Funny Cars 2.05 Mark Berg's Fishing Addic on 3.00 Big Angry Fish 4.00 Ul mate Fishing SEVEN SA 6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: Someone Is Watching 2.00 The Daily Editon 3.00 The Chase 4.00 Seven News At 4 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 AFL: Rnd 11: Geelong v Adelaide 10.30 TBA 12.00 Benefits Street 1.00 The Real Seachange 1.30 Harry's Prac ce 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Dr Oz 5.00 NBC Today

ELEVEN (82) 5.30 Frasier 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Malcolm In The Middle 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 The Simpsons 8.30 Sex And The City 10.35 Empire 11.35 The Late Late Show With James Corden 12.35 The King Of Queens 1.30 Frasier 2.30 Judging Amy

NINE SA (5) 6.00 Today 9.00 Today Extra 11.30 Nine’s Morning News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Twilight 3.00 Nine News Now 4.00 Nine's A ernoon News 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Vet On The Hill 8.30 TBA 11.00 Law And Order 12.00 Murder In The First 1.00 Anger Management 1.30 TV Shop - Home Shopping 2.00 Step Dave 3.00 The Avengers 4.00 Global Shop

7 MATE 4.00 Doomsday Preppers 5.00 Mythbusters 7.00 AFL Pre-Game: Geelong v Adelaide 7.30 World's Most Extreme 8.30 TBA 11.30 Hardcore Pawn 12.00 Ink Master 1.00 Outlaw Nitro Funny Cars 2.00 Mark Berg's Fishing Addic on 3.00 Big Angry Fish

WIN SA (8) 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 Family Feud 7.00 Win All Australian News 8.00 The Bold And The Beau ful 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Masterchef Australia 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Alive and Cooking 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet with Jus ne Schofield 4.30 The Bold and the Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.30 Law And Order S.V.U. 10.30 Blue Bloods 12.30 Win's All Australian News 1.30 The Late Show

ONE HD 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek 6.00 M*A*S*H 7.30 Car Crash Britain 8.30 Cops: Adults Only 9.00 Movie: 6 Bullets 11.20 Graceland 12.20 Home Shopping 2.20 Bellator MMA 4.20 Cops: Adults Only 4.50 Gille e World Sport 5.00 The Doctors

WIN SA 6.00 Entertainment Tonight 6.30 Family Feud 7.00 WIN All Australian News 8.00 The Bold And The Beau ful 8.30 Studio 10 11.00 The Talk 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 The Living Room 2.00 Entertainment Tonight 2.30 Alive And Cooking 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 My Market Kitchen 4.00 Everyday Gourmet with Jus ne Schofield 4.30 The Bold and the Beau ful 5.00 TEN Eyewitness News 6.00 Family Feud 6.30 The Project 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 TBA 10.30 The Grand Budapest Hotel 11.30 Win's All Australian News

ELEVEN 5.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 5.30 Frasier 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Malcolm In The Middle 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 New Girl 8.30 Movie: Down With Love 10.30 Rules Of Engagement 11.30 The Late Late Show with James Corden

ABC 1 SBS ONE 6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 5.00 World Watch 1.00 PBS Newshour Mornings 10.00 Australian Story 2.00 The Chef's Line 10.30 Foreign Correspondent 11.00 2.30 Shane Delia's Spice Journey Grand Designs 12.00 ABC News At 3.00 Classic Floyd Noon 1.00 Keeping Australia Alive Land 2.00 Parliament Ques on Time 3.30 Food Safari Bitesize 3.35 The Spear Of Des ny 3.00 Surfing The Menu: The Next 4.30 Planes That Changed The Genera on 3.25 Eggheads 4.00 World - SR-71 Blackbird An ques Roadshow 5.00 ABC News: 5.30 Le ers and Numbers Early Edi on 5.30 The Drum 6.00 6.00 The Chef's Line Dream Build 6.30 SBS World News 6.05 Grand Designs 7.30 Great Bri sh Railway 7.00 ABC News Journeys 7.30 7.30 8.00 The Checkout 8.05 The Chefs' Line - Thai 8.30 Janet King 8.35 Michael Mosley: The Truth About Meat 9.25 Restora on Man 9.35 Medici: Masters Of Florence 10.15 Lateline 10.35 SBS World News 10.50 The Business

ABC 1 6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 One Plus One 10.30 Compass 11.00 Grand Designs 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Restora on Man 2.00 Hiding 3.00 Silvia's Italian Table 3.25 Eggheads 4.00 An ques Roadshow 5.00 ABC News: Early Edi on 5.30 The Drum 6.00 Dream Build 6.10 Grand Designs 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The Link 8.00 TBA 8.30 River 9.30 Silent Witness 10.30 Lateline 11.00 The Business 11.20 Planet America 11.50 rage

ONE HD 2.00 Matlock 3.00 Jake And The Fatman 4.00 Diagnosis Murder 5.00 Star Trek 6.00 M*A*S*H 7.30 Macgyver 8.30 Walker, Texas Ranger 10.30 Highlander 11.30 Burn No ce 12.30 Home Shopping 2.00 Matlock 3.00 Walker, Texas Ranger

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LOCAL SPORT BLUE LAKE Y SWIM CLUB WRAPS UP SUCCESSFUL SEASON

KNT FOOTBALL A GRADE

The annual presentations, along with the club AGM, were recently held for the Mount Gambier Swimming Club. Club president Maureen Crowe and coach Julie Moran reflected on a successful season for its members. Over the summer months, swimmers representing their schools in the Secondary Interschool Swimming Carnivals, their district in the in SAPSASA Swimming, their club at SA Country Swimming Championships and one swimmer even represented the State, being selected in the State SAPSASA swimming team that competed in Darwin. Swimmers have also attended meets in the South East Swimming Association (Mt Gambier, Penola, Bordertown and Keith) as well as just over the border in the South West Barwon District (Casterton, Hamilton, Warrnambool). This season the club introduced a Junior Dolphins swimming program for swimmers under the age of 10. This has enabled new members to join the club with heavily discounted membership fees. Swimmers as young as seven years of age have been offered free membership, subsequently increasing the number of members in the club by more than 30% A total of 55 medals were presented to swimmers in the club for impressive PBs (personal best times) over the season, a true reflection of their dedication and commitment to training sessions. Some swimmers recorded PBs with more than a 20 second improvement over the season. Life Membership was presented to Maureen Crowe, current president of the club, for her dedication and commitment to the club over the past 18 years.

Both Maureen and her husband John are both dedicated members of the club, who readily assist the club where needed, and the club reflected upon all of their valuable contributions. Parents of the club were also thanked for their valued contributions to the club over the past season as well. Trophies were presented to the following swimmers: Highest achiever award Elijah Stratford Most improved boys Vaughn Stratford (1st), Ethan Michielan (2nd), Elijah Stratford (3rd) Most improved girls Nikeisha Facey (1st), Caitlin Carraill (2nd), Indee Stratford (3rd) The Mount Gambier Swimming Club is currently training at Swimskool over the winter months and welcome any swimmers with the ability to swim more than 25m freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke. For more details about the club, please contact either Kate on 0400 170 948 or Julie on 0438 358 400. Above - The Mount Gambier Swim Club’s most imrpoved swimmers. Below (left) - Newly inducted life member and club president Maureen Crowe & (right) Highest Achiever Award winner Elijah Stratford.

Penola 5.4 9.12 16.15 23.21 (159) Kingston 1.1 4.1 5.4 5.5 (35) Goals- Penola: J. Copping 5; M. Skrypek, A. Merrett 4; B. Foster 3; S. Merrett 2; J. Galpin, S. Berkefeld, S. Guilhaus, L. Walker, D. Bunnik. Kingston: G. Hewett 3; J. Del Oliveria, T. Baker. Best - Penola: B. Foster, J. Pfitzner, S. Berkefeld, J. Galpin, S. Guilhaus, L. Walker. Kingston: B. Warner, B. Kilsby, R. Werchiwski, A. Stenner, J. Del Olivera. Lucindale 4.2 7.4 10.6 13.11 (89) Border Districts 1.4 3.7 7.11 8.12 (60) Goals - Lucindale: A. Smart 5; J. Teakle, L. Jones 2; R. McInerney, D. McCarthy, P. Baker, N. Cane. Border Districts: F. Adams, D. Bray, C. Robinson 2; Z. Perry, L. Bowd, Best - Lucindale: D. McCarthy, H. Tregoweth, R. Milne, D. Ogilvie, J. Boschen, S. Teakle. Border Districts: Z. Edwards, K. Phillips, F. Adams, G. Hampton, L. Bowd, M. Bellinger. Padthaway 3.2 9.4 13.5 18.8 (116) Kybybolite 3.3 5.4 9.6 10.10 (70) Goals - Padthaway: W. Thomspon 6; L. Eats 4; C. Francis 3; C. Marshall, K. Hicks, J. Battifuoco, T. Michael, D. Boyanton. Kybybolite: S. Carberry 4; C. McPherson 2; D. Warren, J. Stark, B. Munn, S. Shepherd. Best - Padthaway: W. Thompson, T. Michael, D. Obst, D. Boyanton, T. Edwards. C. Francis. Kybybolite: D. Warren. D. Brodie, S. Craig, S. Munn, T. Cooper, S. Shepherd. Kaniva Leeor 4.4 11.6 20.10 24.12 (156) Naracoorte 3.0 4.0 4.0 6.2 (38) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy 8; J. Salt 4; C. Hitchcock, B. Thach, C. Thiele 3; B. King, J. Merrett, T. Stribling. Naracoorte: H. Biddle 3; F. Day, A. Borg, J. Bettoncelli. Best - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy, C. Thiele, L. Vivian, A. Brown, N. Bowles. Naracoorte: S. Patterson, K. Jacobs, R. Jacobs, N. Boon, J. Ashby, J. Bell. Keith 1.3 4.9 5.13 11.17 (83) Bordertown 4.1 4.1 6.3 7.4 (46) Goals - Keith: N. Hunt, A. Dunstan, C. Blake 2; G. Johnson, L. Wilhelm, J. Wilson, S. Molineux, J. Robertson. Bordertown: C. Barras 3; B. Hill 2; J, Eats, L. Weatherald. Best - Keith: C. Woolford, A. Dunstan, J. Robertson, R. Menz, H. Wilhelm, J. Wilson, Bordertown: B. Hill, J. Eats, B. Shuttleworth, A. Diment, S. Devitt, J. Verco.

B GRADE Penola 19.21 (135) d Kingston 0.0 (0) Lucindale 32.16 (208) d Border Districts 4.6 (30) Padthaway 9.16 (70) d Kybybolite 4.8 (32) naracoorte 18.17 (125) d Kaniva Leeor 10.7 (67) Keith 7.12 (54) d Bordertown 3.3 (21)

SENIOR COLTS Penola 15.13 (103) d Kingston 1.2 (8) Kybybolite 7.10 (52) d Lucindale 5.5 (35) Naracoorte 9.5 (59) d Kaniva Leeor 8.10 (58) Keith 10.16 (76) d Bordertown 3.5 (23)

JUNIOR COLTS Kingston 8.7 (55) d Penola 1.0 (6) Kybybolite 9.11 (65) d Padthaway/Lucindale 0.0 (0) Kaniva Leeor 5.8 (38) d Naracoorte 1.5 (11) Keith 3.7 (25) d Bordertown 1.3 (9)

HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE North Warrnambool 5.4 8.6 15.10 21.13 (139) Portland 5.0 8.3 11.3 12.5 (77) Goals - North Warrnambool: A. Wines 7; B. Fleming, T. Condon, M. Wines, X. Mills, J. Dillon 2; S. James, L. Shaw, R. Taggert, J. Wilson. Portland: J. Moody 5; D. Barr, N. Haylock 2; K. Gray, D. Falcone, J. Chapman. Best - North Warrnambool: A. Wines, B. Fleming, M. Wines, L. Kew, L. Wines, S. James. Portland: C. Mather, K. Gray, N. Haylock, J. Moody, B. Uebergang, T. Watts. Hamilton Kangaroos 3.2 4.6 8.8 17.9 (111) Terang Mortlake 5.2 6.3 9.5 13.7 (85) Goals - Hamilton: J. Pepper 6; S. Quinn, B. Hicks 2; S. Fiegert, T. Feely, J. O’Brien, J. Pertzel, H. Waldron, J. Murphy, D. Morris. Terang Mortlake: L. Wareham 5; S. Crawley, J. Budarick 2; D. Kenna, G. Bourke, B. Carroll, H. O’Sullivan. Best - Hamilton: T. Feely, J. Pepper, C. Quinn, H. Waldron, B. Hicks, J. Murphy. Terang Mortlake: J. Hay, H. Hobbs, J. Budarick, L. Wareham, S. Crawley, T. McKenzie.

HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE North Warrnambool 37 d Portland 32 (C. McMahon, L. Kelly, K. Jennings) Hamilton Kangaroos 52 (K. Lewis, E. Kermeen, J. Bowie d Terang Mortlake 50

KNT NETBALL A GRADE Penola 68 (A Donnelly, B Klemm) d Kingston 33 (T Harding, A Miller) Lucindale 55 (L Raedel, C Dawson) d Border Districts 33 (E Hausler, A Nolan) Keith 37 (E Lamont, M Harper) d Bordertown 32 (A Bruce, S Diment)

A RESERVE Lucindale 59 (T Ferguson, K Justin) d Border Districts 35 (D Hannaford, E Pretlove); Kybybolite 55 (C Baker, J Williams) d Padthaway 35. Keith 45 (C DeBarro, C Mitchell) d Bordertown 41 (H Jefferies, J Nixon)

B GRADE Penola 44 (M Martin, M Gartner) d Kingston 37 (C Burns, E Lawrie-Read) Kybybolite 45 (S Schultz, F Slotegraaf) d Padthaway 22 Keith 44 (T Rehn, E Jones) d Bordertown 18 (K Murch, B Neale)

C GRADE Penola 44 (J McIntyre, P Wishart) d Kingston 14 (M Murdock) Border Districts 28 (L Willmott, J Koch) d Lucindale 26 (K Sheridan, T Maxwell) Kybybolite 39 (B Slotegraaf, J Pilkington) d Padthaway 25 Keith 66 (S Bunnett, T McAuley) d Bordertown 11 (E Gloede, B Verco)

17 & UNDER Penola 37 (E Gordon, G Robbie) d Kingston 26 (E Wright, S Lewis) Border Districts 36 (J Tucker, S Modra-Ryan) d Lucindale 35 (E Jones, C Ryan) Padthaway 59 d Kybybolite 31 (M Jude, K Burt) Bordertown 48 (S Shillabeer, C Conlon) d Keith 40 (M Innes, N Gericke)

15 & UNDER A Penola 35 (R Moore, K Skeer) d Kingston 23 (I Little, M Murdock) Lucindale 37 (J Stock, J Bittner) d Border Districts 36 (S Modra-Ryan, S Walter) Kybybolite 52 (F Russell, EJ Leehane) d Padthaway 20 Bordertown 74 (H Weatherad, M Inglis) d Keith 16 (M Driver, M Makin)

15 & UNDER B Penola 32 (K Morton, E Hutchesson) drew Kingston 32 (Z Lewis, Z Roach) Lucindale 52 (M Walker, S Dellaney) d Border Districts 9 (M McFarlane, R Pfitzner).; Bordertown 46 (T Puckridge, L Hicks) d Keith 6 (T Dobie, M Richman)

13 & UNDER A Penola 30 (A Henry, E Berkin) d Kingston 29 (Z Lewis, G Bastiaans) Lucindale 31 (M Thomspon, J Wachtel) d Border Districts 11 (E Modra, M Chenhal); Bordertown 33 (A Weatherald, M Hicks) d Keith 22 (M McAuley, S Makin).

13 & UNDER B Penola 9 (A Copping) d Kingston 3 (E Vanstone); Border Districts 12 (A Mahney, V Boddington) d Lucindale 2 (M Thompson, O Handbury); Padthaway 18 d Kybybolite 15 (A Walton, C Rata); Bordertown 21 (L Conlon, C Twigden) d Keith 9 (T Salt, M Rayson)

INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Rd 7 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 84 d Saints 30, RSL & District 68 d Mil Lel 49, Glencoe 51 d Kongorong 47, Commercial Club 54 d Glenburnie 40. Malseed Shield Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 55 d Moorak Blue 45, Yahl 75 d Moorak Red 41, Mt Gambier Bowls Club 69 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 49. Premiership Tables after Round 7 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 14 points, 168.83%; RSL & District 10, 121.28; Glenburnie 9, 111.20; Commercial Club 8, 128.30; Saints 8, 96.64; Glencoe 4, 67.49; Kongorong 3, 74.63; Mil Lel 0, 49.44. Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 14, 142.89; Yahl 10, 127.64; Moorak Blue 6, 86.68; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 5, 84.41; Moorak Red 4, 89.16; Blue Lake Bowlers White 3, 69.07.

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE Westerns 12.10 (82) d Heathmere 8.4 (52) Dartmoor 14.11 (95) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 12.9 (81) Coleraine 8.7 (61) d Cavendish 6.9 (45) Heywood 17.18 (120) d Tyrendarra 4.7 (31)

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Dartmoor 37 d Branxholme-Wallacedale 36; Cavendish 54 d Coleraine 52; Heywood 50 drew with Tynredarra 50; Westerns 33 d Heathmere 28

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LOCAL SPORT MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL A GRADE Kalangadoo 7.4 11.6 16.8 18.10 (118) Kongorong 1.1 1.4 3.6 5.11 (41) Goals - Kalangadoo: M. Krieger 8; S. McManus 3; B. Mules 2; M. Berkefeld, C. Mules. A. Reynolds, B. Auld. Kongorong: B. Saffin 2; M. Cordy, J. Wright, J. Phillips. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Lowe, D. Jeffree, L. Hay, M. Fatchen, B. Auld, N. Reeves. Kongorong: B. Saffin, D. Phillips, J. Phillips, B. Pannenburg. Hatherleigh 9.11 21.15 36.20 48.26 (314) Nangwarry 0.0 1.0 1.1 1.1 (7) Goals - Hatherleigh: C. Buckley, M. Faulkner 10; B. Wight 8; B. Fabris 5; T. merrett 4; J. Skeer 3; S. Waring, J. Rayson 2; J. Telfer, B. Dening, L. MacGregor. Nangwarry: J. Virtanen. Best - Hatherleigh: J. Rayson, J. Skeer, B. Wight, T. Merrett. Nangwarry: A. Heron, S. Heron, J. McPhail, A. Walker, J. Stratman, A. Russell. Glencoe 5.2 11.3 14.7 14.9 (93) Mt Burr 3.4 5.6 6.9 10.9 (69) Goals -Glencoe: N. Mitchell 4; A. Gregory 3; Z. Cocks, T. Biggins 2; T. Weaver, J. Murphy, M. Kasparian. Mt BUrr: D. Bowering, T. Stanley 2; J. Gregory, H. Crauford, C. Gamble, T. Renzi, J. Fiebig, Best - Glencoe: B. Mitchell, Z. Cocks, C. Von Duve, D. Childs, D. Pfitzner, N. Martin. Mt Burr: H. Crauford, J. Wallis, C. Gamble, P. Guyerr, W. Whitty. Tantanoola 1.1 3.5 6.5 8.9 (57) Robe 4.2 6.7 6.8 6.8 (44) Goals - Tantanoola: G. Ha 5; B. Lane 2; T. Osborne. Robe: J. Kelly 2; J. Walker, J. Agnew, B. Walker, T. Wilfred. Best - Tantanoola: G. Ha, H. Brown, Z. Walker, B. Reilly, T. Holmes, A. Lindner. Robe: J. Sneath, R. Dickinson, J. Kelly, J. Agnew, Z. Deane.

B GRADE Kalangadoo 9.11 (65) d Kongorong 4.5 (29) Hatherleigh 14.17 (101) d Nangwarry 0.1 (1) Mt Burr 7.12 (54) d Glencoe 4.1 (25) Tantanoola 14.16 (100) d Robe 3.5 (23)

SENIOR COLTS Kongorong 13.11 (89) d Kalangadoo 4.2 (26) Hatherleigh 21.1 7 (143) d Nangwarry 4.1 925) Glencoe 16.18 (114) d Mt Burr 1.0 (6) Tantanoola 20.10 (130) d Robe 1.8 (14)

JUNIOR COLTS Kalangadoo 8.5 (53) d Kongorong 1.1 (7) Hatherleigh 5.1 (31) d Nangwarry 4.4 (28) Mt Burr 11.6 (72) d Glencoe 3.1 (19) Tantanoola 3.9 (27) d Robe 0.2 (2)

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL A GRADE Glencoe 69 (C. Weir, E. McDiarmid) d Mt Burr 54 (H. Agnew, E. Clark); Kalangadoo 90 (M. Russell, S. Cunningham) d Kongorong 42 (B. McEvoy, E. Lightbody); Hatherleigh 71 (H. Hamilton, S. Haines) d Nangwarry 35 (C. McDiarmid, M. Markiewicz); Tantanoola 47 (E. Gould, C. Walker) d Robe 46 (K. Ross, C. Tucker)

A RESERVE Glencoe 37 (C. June, J. Gosden) d Mt Burr 31 (T. Fauchelle, S. Falting); Kalangadoo 54 (J. Kilsby, C. Pratt) d Kongorong 31 (N. Collins, S. Lucas); Hatherleigh 59 (E. Laucirica, M. McGrath) d Nangwarry 44 (F. Millard, D. Gray); Tantanoola 48 (E. Rathjen, H. Douglas) d Robe 36 (C. Venn, A. Grimes)

B GRADE Glencoe 72 (A. Cocks, E. Kennon) d Mt Burr 19 (K. Talbot, T. Hales); Kalangadoo 57 (J. Blackmore, N. Andriske) d Kongorong 43 (S. Hawkins, B. Fuller); Nangwarry 47 (B. Fullford, K. Johnson) d Hatherleigh 34 (C. Merrett, S. Faulkner); Tantanoola 42 (R. Scanlon, N. Telfer-Scott) d Robe 21 (J. Nunan, S. Clements)

B RESERVE Glencoe 39 (S. Auld, M. Klatt) d Mt Burr 19 (N. Robertson, R Fox); Kongorong 44 (E. Shepherd, C. Shelton) d Kalangadoo 23 (E. Mulraney, H. Scholz); Hatherleigh 50 (S. Bateman, N. Skeer) d Nangwarry 16 (E. Doody, M. Hodgson); Tantanoola 48 (T. Taylor, K. Burchell) d Robe 30 (E. Brooks, L. Smith)

17 & UNDER Mt Burr 48 (A. Lambert, S. Wallis) d Glencoe 14; Kalangadoo 67 (K. Ousey, C. Croser) d Kongorong 20 (E. Lightbody, E. Bourchier); Tantanoola 39 (E. Gould, B. Allen) d Robe 37 (C. Venn, L. Perkins)

15 & UNDER Mt Burr (R. Deckert, M. Bowering) d Glencoe 32 (S. Jones, A. Menzel); Kalangadoo 61 (E. Ilsely, A. Attenborough) d Kongorong 9 (E. Curtis, M. Kilsby); Hatherleigh 59 (L. Brown, S. Gibbs) d Nangwarry 31 (T. Blok, S. Harwood)

13 & UNDER Mt Burr 46 (M. McKay, S. Fox) d Glencoe 17; Kalangadoo 51 (S. Varcoie, H. Watson) d Kongorong 22 (Z. Von Stanke, M. Buckingham); Hatherleigh 97 (E. Lang, L. Chester) d Nangwarry 2 (T. Cranwell, J. Work); Tantanoola 28 d Robe 25 (J. McMullan, A. Turner)

PIES REMAIN UNDEFEATED Kalangadoo 18.10 (118) d Kongorong 5.11 (41) It was a highly anticipated top of the table clash but Kalangadoo had no intention of sharing the top billing and the Magpies dominated the Hawks to secure a 77 point victory. Kalangadoo replicated their fast start from last weekend and were never challenged. “I suppose for us it was around consistency,” coach Ben Mules said. “There’s no good building up one week and dropping off the next.” The coach is under no illusi0ons the challenges will come, perhaps as early as next week when they take on third ranked Hatherleigh but he cannot question the endeavour of his players at this point. “We’ve got a fair bit of trust in each other,” Mules said. “For us it is about continuing to work hard regardless of the scoreboard and that’s working for us at the moment.” He also conceded the scoreboard did Kongorong a disservice and that the contest for the ball was hard and perhaps the finishing off was the difference. “They have definitely improved and their depth is better,” Mules said. The return of Bronson Saffin has also clearly seen a lift in some of the younger players. “Players like that tend to lift others around them.” Mitch Lowe and Matthew Fatchen continued their outstanding form of 2017, while Dallas Jeffree was enormous down back. It was also a day out for goalsneak Michael Krieger who finished with eight. “He always makes the most of his opportunities and it was reward for effort for his forward pressure,” Mules said

GLENCOE TURNS THE CORNER Glencoe 14.9 (93) d Mt Burr 10.9 (69) Finally. That was the sentiment of Glencoe coach Zacc Cocks after his side finally conquered a higher ranked opponent and managed to play at the necessary level for more than a half. “We did run out of legs in the last quarter and they outscored us but we had still done enough,” Cocks said. “I think we just worked a bit harder and wanted it a bit more. I have been asking the boys to be hungrier and for this first three quarters we were.”The victory was built on the back of the usual suspects, Cocks, Clay Von Duve and Dylan Childs – the trio that has been leading the way in 2017 – but also on the back of the best game for the year by Bradley Mitchell. “The conditions really suited him,” Cocks said. The bets on ground performance included four goals. “The whole back six were fantastic as well,” Cocks said. Henry Crauford was clearly best for the vanquished Mossies and while others faded in and out of the contest, the youngster battled hard all day. “I am hoping that now we have got that win we’ll get the belief that we can beat sides that are above us on the ladder,” Cocks said. And with Tantanoola, Robe and Nangwarry in the next month, it looms as a season defining four weeks for the Murphies.

TIGERS TRIUMPH

Tantanoola 8.9 (57) d Robe 6.8 (44) Tantanoola has picked up its second win of the season with a tough 13 point victory over Robe. On the back of a five goal haul from best on ground Garrett Ha, the Tigers were able to rally after a slow start to overrun the Roosters in torrid conditions. The home side held a 19 point quarter time lead but after that point, Tantanoola outscored Robe seven goals to two to claim the premiership points. Coach Jack Kelly was the only multiple goal scorer for the Roosters, who were held scoreless in the last while the Tigers managed a match winning 2.4.

The scoreline reads a 15 goal win but for the first three quarter, Glencoe and Mt Burr were locked in a tense battle. With both sides finishing accurately on goal, there was only two goals the difference at the main break and it was only after a break from the court in the third quarter for lightning that the Murphies seemed to assert their authority. Some timely interceptions from Jenna Paproth started to swing momentum Glencoe’s way in the last and with Chantelle Weir and Ebony McDiarmid (pictured) finding good space and finishing accurately, the Murphies were able to win the final quarter by 10 and secure the win. It was a nailbiter all the way to the final whistle in the clash between Robe and Tantanoola with the Tigers claiming the points. The battle in the middle between classy competitors Kim Ross and Jess Bell was intriguing as both were the dominant feeders for their respective sides, while the move of Emma Gould from defence to goal attack had some impact for the Tigers in what was a scrappy game. In the remaining two matches, the results went as expected with Kalangadoo making light work of Kongorong by 48 goals, with Shauni Cunningham dominating the mid court, while Hatherleigh outclassed Nangwarry, who have had to reshape their side with the loss of Tammie Smith for the season., with the final margin at 36 goals.

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Hatherleigh 48.26 (314) d Nangwarry 1.1 (7) Hatherleigh veteran Matthew Faulkner enjoyed a day out at the weekend bagging 10 goals, one of two Eagles to snare double figures with Caolan Buckley also kicking 10. It was the second horror scoreline in a succession for the hapless Saints, conceding more than 300 points in each of the past fortnight’s matches. Brad Wight also got amongst the goals with eight, while big man Brodie Farbris chipped in with five. Joel Virtanen was the sole goal kicker for Nangwarry. Joe Rayson backed up his stellar performance last weekend against Glencoe with a best on ground performance at the weekend, while Jack Skeer and Wight continue to be pivotal.

GLENCOE MOVES BACK INTO TOP FOUR

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LOCAL SPORT BLUE LAKE Y SWIM CLUB WRAPS UP SUCCESSFUL SEASON Blue Lake Y Swim Club held its presentation night earlier this month to celebrate one of the highest achieving seasons the club has had in many years. The swimmers achievements were awarded under a slightly different format this season. The club’s swimmers are divided into two squads and swimmers from each squad were awarded in all categories this year. The majority of trophies also had a personal touch as they were made by assistant coach Jamie McDonald. A new category this year also saw swimmers receive gold, silver or bronze medals for their biggest PBs in a stroke/ distance for the season. The following swimmers were awarded trophies: Highest number of PBs Leila Croker, Archie Muller, Annelise Janssen, Nicholas Bignell -1st. Kiah Connolly, Thomas Bignell, Madison Smith, Freddie Muller -2nd. Ashleigh Spicer, Luke Janssen, Mia Kleinig, Aleisha Pearson, Mikayla Pearson, Haydn Lowe -3rd. Most Improved Freestyle Ashleigh Spicer, Luke Janssen, Louise O’Callaghan,

Haydn Lowe. Most Improved Breaststroke Alaska Lipscombe, Daniel O’Callaghan, Charlee Spicer, Nicholas Bignell. Most Improved Backstroke Emma O’Callaghan, Thomas Bignell, Aleisha Pearson, Riley Turnbull. Most Improved Butterfly Leila Croker, Archie Muller, Mia Kleinig, Freddie Muller Most Improved IM Hayley Pearson, Billy Barton, Annelise Janssen. Most Improved across 4 Strokes (over 60%) Aleisha Pearson, Leila Croker, Mikayla Pearson, Ashleigh Spicer, Louise O’Callaghan. Coaches Award (for commitment and dedication to training, overall positive attitude to competition and has performed at a high level throughout the season) Jaime Spicer, Aleisha Pearson. Encouragement Award (for showing a commendable effort to swimming and who shows great potential in the sport of swimming) Billy Barton, Annabelle Solomons Don McDonnell Perpetual Trophy (for achieving at the highest level throughout the season Thomas Bignell Klieve Perpetual Trophy (for the highest number of 1st placings at carnivals throughout the season) Thomas Bignell. PB Medals were awarded to the following swimmers Mikayla Pearson 2 gold. Ashleigh Spicer 1 gold, 2 silver. Hayley Pearson 1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze. Aleisha Pearson 1 gold, 1 silver. Leila Croker 1 gold, 1 silver. Mia Kleinig 1 gold, 1 silver. Louise O’Callaghan 1 gold, 1 silver. Daniel O’Callaghan 1 gold, 2 bronze. Claire Redding 1 gold, 1 bronze. Alaska Lipscombe 1 gold, 1 bronze. Kiah Connolly 1 gold, 1 bronze. Charlee Spicer 1 gold, 1 bronze.

Thomas Bignell 1 gold, 1 bronze. Luke Janssen 1 gold, 1 bronze. Nicholas Bignell 1 gold, 1 bronze. Jaime Spicer 1 gold. Emma O’Callaghan 2 silver, 1 bronze. Jemma Walters 2 silver. Archie Muller 2 silver. Ella McShane 1 silver, 1 bronze. Madison Smith 1 silver, 1 bronze. Freddie Muller 1 silver, 1 bronze. Nicole Moran 1 silver. Sarah Cavanagh 1 silver. Riley Turnbull 1 silver. Lara Willoughby 2 bronze. Annelise Janssen 2 bronze. Kate Seaton 2 bronze. Haydn Lowe 2 bronze. Billy Barton 1 bronze. Brielle Winterfield 1 bronze. Annabelle Solomons 1 bronze. For further information about Blue Lake Y Swim Club check their website blyswimclub.com.au Left - PERPETUAL TROPHY: Thomas Bignell

A SCRAPPY AFFAIR BUT SUTTON’S 200TH IS MARKED WITH A WIN Pioneers 82 (D. Alexander 2; T. Daly 18; E. Burdon 16; B. Hill 11) d Kilsyth 66 For the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers, Friday night was all a case of the best laid plans going awry. All week preparation had surrounded stopping access to Kilsyth’s two tall timber weapons, all six foot 10 of them, but when they walked out onto the Icehouse pine, neither was anywhere to be seen. “We certainly weren’t prepared for that line-up,” coach Richard Hill said. “We had spent a lot of time preparing for those two and the difficulty we might have containing them.” So while there was some strategy on the fly, in what was a scrappy contest, the Pioneers did secure the points and moved to a 10-1 record at the top of the East Conference, with a 16 point win in championship skipper Matt Sutton’s 200th game. The Pioneers have made a habit of fast starts and in front of their home crowd that’s exactly what they got. “There were a lot of emotions but we certainly had a good start,” Hill said. “But we really didn’t play well or like we would want to.” That was an observation more

of the offence end of the court, with the coach not only pleased with his side’s defensive efforts but also impressed with what Kilsyth brought to the table. “Our defence was great,” Hill said. “Our offence was not great but it really hasn’t been what we’d like it to be all season. Credit to them, though, they defended us well and turned it into a scrappy game which we knew they would when they had the different line-up.” Save for a three minute period leading into half time and a similar period into the end of the match, where the Pioneers found their offensive mojo, it was a struggle but the coach can only keep working on getting things right on the training court. “It’s not a bad chemistry, it’s just making all the pieces fit together,” he said. “We might never get there but it won’t be through lack of trying. We’ve got lots of good offensive weapons but that doesn’t make a great offensive team.” The Pioneers led by 12 at the first break and then 11 at the half, before Kilsyth made a real tilt at the home side to bring it back to a four point game at the final change. But in the end, mainly courtesy of the late quarter

surge, the Pioneers secured a 16 point win. Daniel Alexander had another solid night with 21 points and 14 rebounds, while Erik Burdon was clearly keen to make it a night to remember for his milestone team mate, hitting four of six threes on his way to 16 points. Brad Hill chipped in with 11 points and seven rebounds, while skipper Tom Daly was again prominent with 18 points. Right - Matt Sutton lines up this three point attempt during his 200th game as a Pioneer on Friday night at the Icehouse. Coach Richard Hill is watching on. PHOTO COURTESY OF GAVIN MALE Full story on Matt Sutton on page 4.

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Above - HIGHEST NUMBER OF PBS WINNERS: (from left) Freddie Muller, Nicholas Bignell, Thomas Bignell, Leila Croker, Archie Muller, Kiah Connolly, Ashleigh Spicer, Madison Smith, Haydn Lowe, Aleisha Pearson, Mia Kleinig, Mikayla Pearson. Below - COACH’S AWARD: (from left) Aleisha Pearson, Jaime Spicer.


LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL A GRADE Millicent 2.5 4.7 8.9 12.11 (83) North Gambier 3.3 6.6 9.8 11.9 (75) Goals - Millicent: P. Duncan, D. Bromley, S. Willis 3; M. Gordon 2; L. Smith. North: D. Carmody 4; B. Close 3; T. Edwards 2; S. Stafford, B. Egan. Best - Millicent: C. Gallio, D. Bromley, H. Nitschke, S. Willis, J. Weir, M. Gordon. North: B. Kennedy, B. Close, N. McInerney, D. Carmody, T. Edwards, L. Symons. West Gambier 2.3 6.3 8.3 10.5 (65) Casterton Sandford 2.3 4.6 6.11 7.14 (56) Goals - West: T. Lewis, T. Zeitz, S. Wenman, J. Schapel 2; K. Giddings, A. Hentschke. Casterton Sandford: D. Ryan 2; J. Searle, T. McArlein, K. Carlin, H. Jarrad, T. Clode. Best - West: L. Bradley-Brown, S. Robson, S. Zeitz, J. Pfitzner, K. Giddings, J. Ferguson-Lane. Casterton Sandford: M. Killey, D. Ryan, M. Cowland, T. Shannon, T. McArlein, M. Cummings. East Gambier 2.1 10.5 12.8 15.10 (100) South Gambier 1.1 7.2 7.4 9.7 (61) Goals - East: K. Thomson, M. Rumbelow 3; J. Fry, M. Scanlon, S. Balshaw, M. Willson 2; J. Dawe. South: B. Kain 3; B. O’Neil, A. Bryant 2; M. Hein, S. Fleming, Best - East: S. Balshaw, J. Eldridge, M. Rumbelow, M. Willson, M. Dempsey, K. Thomson. South: D. Ridding, T. Saffin, N. Jenkin, B. O’Neil, J. Ryan,

B GRADE Millicent 8.7 (55) d North Gambier 5.7 (37) West Gambier 7.7 (48) d Casterton Sandford 5.5 (35) East Gambier 14.13 (97) d South Gambier 0.4 (4)

UNDER 17.5 West Gambier 12.11 (83) d Casterton Sandford 1.3 (9) South Gambier 19.9 (123) d East Gambier 3.10 (28) North Gambier v Millicent (no details available)

UNDER 15 Millicent 22.8 (140) d North Gambier 1.2 (8) South Gambier 14.10 (94) d East Gambier 1.6 (12) North Gambier v Millicent (no details available)

UNDER 13 West Gambier 17.10 (112) d Casterton Sandford 0.1 (1)

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Millicent 12.11 (83) d North Gambier 11.9 (75) It’s all about believing belied at McLaughlin Park and Saturday the Saints took another step towards that with a hard fought eight point victory over reigning premiers North Gambier. The second half was delayed due to a lightning storm but nothing was going to faze the Saints, kicking 4-2 in tough conditions to secure the win. “It was definitely pleasing to beat North – the club hasn’t done that for quite a while,” coach Clint Gallio said. “Our belief in ourselves is growing. We knew we had the legs to run it out and we were well prepared for the tough battle.” The move of Dylan Bromley into the ruck helped turn the contest. “He definitely got us up and going,” Gallio said. What was also pleasing was it some young players standing up with Mitchell Gordon’s chasing and tackling up forward proving pivotal, as well as his two goals, while a three goal haul from Sam Willis, who had already played in Under 17s, was also crucial. Nick Blachut off half back and on the wing was still able to use the ball well in the tough conditions, for North, and the skills of Brad Close and Declan Carmody also were not diminished in the wet. Brett Kennedy was also influential in the ruck. Gallio said the boys were allowed to enjoy the win but also understood there was a new opponent to prepare for this week.

MGNA ROUND 4 RESULTS A GRADE Intruders 25 (G. Brennan, C. Perryman) d Zodiacs 13 (K. Height, S. Smith) Hobitz v Vicis - to be replayed due to wild weather

TEENAGE STAR HITS PREMIER LEAGUE COURT ROOS BREAKTHROUGH FOR VICTORY West Gambier 10.5 (65) d Casterton Sandford 7.14 (56) “It was a good result for us,” West coach Steve Wenman said, “We’ve been disappointing in the past couple of weeks so it was finally good to get a consistent effort and a win.” Interestingly the Roos went into the contest focussing on some individual and team goals rather than the winning. “One of those goals was to play four quarters of footy,” Wenman said. And for this first time this season, after a fortnight of bad fade outs, they did. And that was even with the young group having to adapt their game style once the wet and wild weather his at half time. “We spoke about Casterton Sandford being a contested and tough side,” Wenman said. “Beating them in that area was a real tick for the boys. They really cracked in and had a go which is why you get the result.” Wenman was conscious of the bigger bodied, more experienced heads through the Cats midfield but his young team, led by rising star midfielder Lawrence Bradley-Brown, held firm. Having Elliot King back for his first game of the season added some experience to the Roos midfield but Wenman said he could have named 15 best players. Quality Cat Dylan Ryan kicked the first goal of the last quarter, moving from half back to the forward line in the sense final quarter. “He started to look really damaging and we had to tighten the screws on him,” Wenman said. The coach now wants this win to be a springboard for consistency going forward. “We want to be competitive every week.” For the Cats, it was the third narrow victory in 2017.

EAST CONTINUES TO SET THE STANDARD East Gambier 15.10 (100) d South Gambier 9.7 (61) It was in the second quarter that East Gambier set up its 39 point victory over South Gambier. The Bulldogs added eight goals, albeit with the Demons adding six, but it set up a handy 21 point half time buffer that once the wild weather hit was invaluable. Despite the conditions being less than ideal for big men, it was Shem Balshaw, Mark Rumbelow and Jayden Eldridge, who is arguably in career best form, which did the damage for the home side. Matt Willson was also pivotal with his ability to win the ball and still use it wisely. Dylan Ridding put in his best performance in A Grade company for South, showing why he was so sorely missed last season, while Taylor Saffin and Nick Jenkin worked tirelessly to try and keep the Demons in touch.

Left - Taylor Saffin looks to spoil this marking attempt by East forward Kevin Thomson during Saturday’s round five clash at McDonald Park. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

Former Western Border junior Nyah Allen continues to make her mark in elite company, making her Premier League debut in round two of the season for Garville. After a half in Premier League Reserves the weekend before, the youngster started in the Premier League team due to player illness and she certainly made the most of her opportunity. She netted 41 of her side’s 55 goals, missing only two for the match and rebounding those misses anyway. Garville also notched its first win of the season in Premier League. Trailing by two going into the final quarter, Nyah certainly made her mark, converting 14 from 15 as Garville powered to a four goal win. Nyah played goal shooter for all four quarters. “It was great to be a part of Garville’s first win for the season,” Nyah said. “I just focused on what the team goals were and what Jackie (coach Jackie Blyth) wanted me to do.” Left – Sienna (left) and Nyah (right) Allen at the Garville season launch with their mother Nicola Allen. Sienna is currently sidelined with injury.

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL A GRADE

15 & UNDER A

West Gambier 41 (O. McEvoy, A. Cram) d Casterton Sandford 30 (G. Tomkins, S. Jarrad); Millicent 69 (H. Dunn, L. Duldig) d North Gambier 45 (M. Whaites, M. Renko); East Gambier 47 (T. McCallum, B. McKay) d South Gambier 36 (L. Duncan, I. Walker)

West Gambier 47 (J. Davey, M. Horrigan) d Casterton Sandford 8 (M. Mutch, C. Galpin); East Gambier 27 (B. Tonon, T. Bosko) d South Gambier 25 (L. McIntyre, A. McShane); Millicent 54 (H, Nitschke, K. Taylor) d North Gambier 32 (C. Day, C. Bruhn)

A RESERVE

15 & UNDER B

Casterton Sandford 51 (T. Guthrie, T. Cleary) d West Gambier 32 (R. Langford, L. Fox); East Gambier 52 (C. Horrigan, K. Zvirgzdins) d South Gambier 28 (T. McIntyre, B. Bouchier); Millicent 53 (P. Nitschke, K. Grosser) d North Gambier 50 (A. Bryan, E. Stafford)

West Gambier 30 (Z. Aberle, H. Collins) d Casterton Sandford 18 (M. Cookson, F. Luers); South Gambier 26 (S. Boston, M. Thiele) d east Gambier 24 (A. Bosko, K. Dempsey); Millicent 43 (M. Chant, L. Hateley) d North Gambier 26 (S. Braithwaite, L. Engel)

B GRADE

13 & UNDER A

West Gambier 49 (T. Ferguson, N. Milich) d Casterton Sandford 47 (K. Harvey, A, MacDonald); South Gambier 43 (C. Grubb, K. Atwell) d East Gambier 35 (A. Quick, A. Geraghty); North Gambier 41 (R. Henke, P. Douglas) d Millicent 37 (M. Varcoe, L. Harvey)

Casterton Sandford 25 (Z. Crawford, C. Rice) d West Gambier 21 (J. Schultz, H. Pearson); South Gambier 42 (E. Bouchier, S. Adams) d East Gambier 24 (A. Bosko, K. Dempsey); Millicent 64 (D. Tunkin, T. Bryant) d North Gambier 13 (K. Collins, A. Coon)

C GRADE West Gambier 46 (D. Kamara, D. Egan) d Casterton Sandford 18 (R. Stephens, J. Parsons); East Gambier 40 (G. Quick, N. Smith) drew with South Gambier 40 (R. Tilley, J. O’Neil); North Gambier 49 (M. Fisher, R, Perryman) d Millicent 26 (K. Ryan, A. Sinel)

17 & UNDER West Gambier 43 (D. Egan, E. Stevens) d Casterton Sandford 12 (E. Michelmore, S. Wishart); South Gambier 48 (T. Buckingham, T. McIntyre) d East Gambier 25 (M. Freeman, I. Sneath); North Gambier 30 (S. Edwards, H. Nulty) d Millicent 29 (M. Turner, A. Craig)

13 & UNDER B

Casterton Sandford 23 (C. Foster, M. Sheahan) d West Gambier 21 (K. Ferguson, J. Jarnevic); South Gambier 41 (A. Cooper, C. Sims) d East Gambier 6 (B. Jean, I. Carman); Millicent 37 (J. Little, A. Denton) d North Gambier 5 (L. Norman, K. Winterfield)

11 & UNDER

West Gambier 28 (L. Simpson, A. Newton) d Casterton Sandford 1 (P. Carlin, H. Nash); South Gambier 25 (I. Lawrence, E. Matheson) d East Gambier 3 (T. Baggio, A. Lines); North Gambier 45 (S. Mobbs, P. De Nys) d Millicent 5 (S. Smith, M. Cushion)

INJURY SOURS TOP OF THE TABLE CLASH An injury to key defender Lisa Fyfe, that could well end her season, soured the top of the table clash all Western Border fans were looking forward to at the weekend. Fyfe’s knee injury is long standing and she battled it, missing games, last year as a Port MacDonnell player. But when she left the court early in the second quarter, things looked grim – not just for North in the contest, but for Fyfe going forward. It forced a reshuffle for the Tigers, who moved Mel Renko into the defensive circle with both Ashlea Edwards and Sarah Edwards earning time on court when blood rules also disrupted the contest. Fyfe had started in a blaze of glory in the first five minutes of the contest but the Saints adjusted quickly and young goaler Keah Lynch used her pace to great effect as she and Donna Denton enjoyed a perfect opening quarter – 18 without a miss. By half time, the lead was 13. Early in the third quarter the Tigers rallied and worked their way back to an eight goal deficit but the Saints, often through Hayley Dunn, were able to create turnover ball and with Lisa Duldig dominating the mid court, the Saints ended up

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with a 24 goal win. The other two matches saw the expected winners but the margins were a lot tighter, showing both South Gambier and Casterton Sandford are slowly building into the season. South went down to East by 11 and West enjoyed an 11 goal win over the Cats.

North’s Maddie Whaites looks to dispossess Millicent’s Keah Lynch. PHOTO COURTESY OF KAREN GOULD


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