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ISSUE 730 | MAY 10 - 16 2018 Phone 08 8724 7111 www.lifestyle1.net

Sharing their passion for coffee. Peter and Mia in their new coffee shop San Piero now open. See page 3 for details

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COVER • SHARING THEIR PASSION FOR COFFEE Peter Heuzenroeder has had a love affair with coffee for at least two decades and if you’ve been to the Mount Gambier Farmer’s Market or a variety of football venues, especially East Gambier, you have probably had a flat white, latte or cappuccino crafted by the keen barista and coffee roaster. His mobile setup – called the Backyard Café – has become an institution around the region at community events but Peter had always wanted more. “It’s always been an ambition of mine to have a café of some sort,” Peter said.

Finally the planets aligned with the space on the corner of Ferrers Street and Commercial Street East becoming available. It has given Peter an opportunity to showcase his own coffee, as well as selected blends from around the world, including Green Mountain Estate coffee, from Byron Bay, as well as Colombian and Ethiopian blends and a Swiss decaf. Then there is San Piero – the brand Peter has used to market his own coffee for the past six years and the name he has now given to his café. “It is named after St Peter and I just thought it sounded really good,” Peter said. The family operation sees Peter working side by side with his daughter Mia Heuzenroeder and her wife Alanna Heuzenroeder. Offering a variety of breakfast snacks, light meals and delicious sweets, San Piero opens from 6am to 3pm, Monday to Friday, and from 7am to 1pm on the weekend. “We really wanted to cater for those people who start work early and want somewhere to get their morning coffee and something to eat,” Mia said.

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“We want to cater to all different industries and having coffee available in the early morning was really important to us.” San Piero is also focussed on being environmentally friendly, using biodegradable take away cups, and selling two brands of reusable capsules for your home espresso machine. So pop into San Piero today and check out Mount Gambier’s newest cafe.

ON THE COVER (& above): Peter Heuzenroeder & Mia Heuzenroeder.

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MOTHER’S DAY CLASSIC COMES OF AGE As the Mother’s Day Classic celebrates 21 years of raising money for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, the Mount Gambier Mother’s Day Classic is happy to announce they will again be walking all over breast cancer this Sunday. The first regional Mother’s Day Classic (MDC) was held in 2007, and since then more and more dedicated volunteers have added 100 regional events in every corner of Australia. “In the last 21 years the Mother’s Day Classic has raised more than $33.2 million for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, and for the last 6 years Mt Gambier has played an enormous role in helping us reach that amazing figure,” MDC CEO Sharon Morris said. “Some of our most successful years have been driven by the great support we receive from our regional events. And I expect this year to be no different, our regional events are organised by some of our most passionate and community focused volunteers.” Over the past 21 years, more than 1.2 million Australians have walked more than 6.5 million kilometres in the event, that’s equivalent to walking around Australia 180 times. Held in the picturesque Valley Lakes area, the Fun Walk/Run event brings together passionate families and friends, motivated to help contribute to ongoing improvements in survival rates and treatment methods, with the development of a cure the ultimate goal.

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“There’s an amazing community spirit every year at this event. It’s common to see 3 generations of the same family walk together, whilst others prefer to stride it out a little faster,” said Mount Gfambier event organiser Simon

Brook. “Participation is the key, and coming together for this great cause, means a lot to many people. With one in eight women developing the disease, almost all of us know someone who has had to fight this disease.” This year the event will be followed by a very special Mother’s Day Brunch, held in the Valley Lakes also. Food prepared by Kirby Shearing is always special and combined with a very special performance by Louise Adams, this will be a Mother’s Day to remember. Generously supported by SE Weddings and Events, Soul Projects, Metro Bakery, The Splendid Egg, Blok Estate, Bricks & Mortar Coffee, Amblemead Produce, The Distributors and Squashbrook, all proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation along with all funds raised through the Mother’s Day Classic. Tickets must be pre-purchased and are just $40 for adults ($10 for 7 - 16 years) and include Brunch, a glass of wine, coffee and entertainment. Contact Kirby Shearing on 0450 317 589 to book your seats. Online registrations for the Mother’s Day Classic close Wednesday. May 9. at 11:59pm, with on-the-day registrations available from 8.30am with formal proceedings kicking off at 9.45am. “This is such a unique and special way to spend Mother’s Day morning with your family, so please help us make it even more incredible by registering your family for the Mother’s Day Classic - we’re inching closer to a cure every year and everyone can help us achieve that sooner,” said Mr Brook.



DAIRY INDUSTRY IN THE SPOTLIGHT The sixteenth annual DairySA Innovation Day to be held in Mount Gambier next month promises a motivating line-up of speakers who are set to offer insights into the latest advancements in people practices, innovative projects in plant and animal genetics and new approaches to managing agronomy and nutrition. According to DairySA’s Bec Walmsley, the DairySA Innovation Day - this year around a focus of ‘People, Pastures, Pathways’ - is the result of a collaborative approach between DairySA and South East South Australian dairy farmers. “Like all agricultural industries, it’s important that dairyfarmers keep up to date with the latest advances in their industry,” said Ms Walmsley. “Whether it’s the latest innovations in breeding and pasture and their effect on profitability at the farm gate, managing people – our greatest asset – in our dairy businesses, or looking at opportunities for life beyond dairy, this conference will give delegates the opportunity to hear new ideas, observations and pathways for their dairy future.” A key feature of this year’s conference will be the inclusion of a panel led discussion comprised of dairy industry peers, each of whom have been selected for their unique dairy journey experiences. “We often get comments from farmers that one of the most valuable insights to be gained from this conference is hearing from their peers and gaining insights into

the challenges they’ve faced – whether it be around people, building equity, changing farm ownership structures, or life after farming,” said Ms Walmsley. Delegates will also have the opportunity to participate in two concurrent sessions with the keynote speakers, allowing a greater depth and understanding of the topic, covering the areas of ‘Forage of the Future’, ‘Find them, Keep them’ and ‘Genomics-the new frontier’. “Each of our presenters have valuable insights into fields such as pasture, people practices and animal breeding,” Ms Walmsley said. Also included in the program will be a ‘state of the industry’ snapshot by Dairy Australia’s Managing Director Ian Halliday, and a DairySA Update on the latest activities and local levy investments by DairySA Chairman Michael Connor (pictured above). The relaxed Conference Dinner will showcase the Young Dairy Network SA, a committed group of young dairy farmers who are passionate about the dairy industry and who have recently undertaken the ‘Next Gen Challenge’ - a tangible process of

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SINKHOLE RE-OPENS TO DIVERS The gates to Kilsby Sinkhole are once again open to members of the Cave Divers Association of Australia (the CDAA) – the primary organisation aligned to cave diving activity in Australia, under a new access agreement negotiated between the association and landowners - the Kilsby family. It was two years ago that access was suspended as use of the property was re-evaluated by the family but last week, the cave divers returned. “We recognise that our aspirations for our site are somewhat different to other landowners in the region and this has created a flow-on impact for the association who, up until more recently, had enjoyed exclusive access,” said site manager Ben Kilsby. “Our work to promote greater diversity in access required the CDAA to consider their position and review policies, procedures and risk management systems to align with the unique shared nature of our site. We value the leadership that the CDAA plays within the diving industry and it’s great to have a renewed relationship with the association.” Over the past three years, the Kilsby family has been working to diversify access to the unique site, responding to the ever-increasing interest in its use for a range of activities including sightseeing and photography, snorkelling, freediving and ‘open water’ recreational diving activity. To achieve this, the family has worked with insurers, legal advisers and diving industry representatives

to develop a safety framework which guides all aspects of site access. Amongst many conditions, this framework requires divers with entry-level training to be supervised in all aspects of their access to the water, ensuring their diving activity is conservative and within broadly accepted industry standards. As a result, ‘Open Water’ trained divers are restricted to the areas of the site with direct access to the surface of the water at all times. “It’s been a significant undertaking to build an access model that was both responsible and sustainable,” said Graham Kilsby, fourth generation operator of the family-owned farm that surrounds the sinkhole. “Naturally, any underwater activity has an element of risk and it was important from the outset that we developed a model which worked to ensure the safety of our guests,” he said. Driven by a passion for tourism development in the region, the Kilsby Family feel a responsibility to share the site with others. “As a region, we have some amazing natural attractions that are amongst some of the most unique in the world,” Ben said. “It’s important that these sites are accessible to people for a variety of uses - not just to look at, but to interact and engage with.” Since diversifying access, the Kilsby family has welcomed thousands of new visitors to the site. “On the back of having access to our sinkhole, a new

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dive shop has set up business in Mount Gambier offering training courses and regular guided tours to the site,” said Graham. The Kilsby family hopes that a renewed working relationship with the CDAA will create an obvious training and membership pathway for those who are introduced to the site through Open Water diving activities. “The CDAA plays an important role in the industry by maintaining standards attached to the safe access to caves and other fresh-water sites where advanced levels of training is paramount,” said Ben. “We look forward to working alongside the CDAA to continue to promote the unique worldrenowned diving opportunities

that Mount Gambier has to offer.” The past theree years has also seen the Kilsby Sinkhole site undergo signifcant inventment including landscaping, the installation of lighting, toilets and showers and the creation of change rooms, training spaces and barbecue/kitchenette areas. Plans are in place for the installation of a new viewing platform which will greatly enhance the viewing of the sinkhole from the ground level. Kilsby Sinkhole can be visited through prior booking with a licensed guide. Those interested in diving at the site should visit www.kilsbysinkhole. com for more information.

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Unpack the family! A fantastic home for the big family, currently leased to a great Tenant – ideal investment or house to call ‘home’. An inspection will impress.

DJ INTERIORS - 37 Commercial Street West

Vacant land 1295m2 (approx.) $135,000

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45B (Unit) Sassanowsky Road, Suttontown

Avail Now 1 1 2 $220 pw • 3 room granny flat • One bedroom • Large open plan kitch, dine & living area • Reverse cycle air con in living room • Kitchen with dishwasher & electric oven & stove • Laundry & bathroom all in one • Shared car garage UMR with remote access • Out of town living • No pets

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14 Hillcrest Avenue

10 Cardinia Street

Avail Now 3 1 2 $250 pw • 3 bedroom home - 2 with BIR’S • Lounge with gas heater & R/C air con • Kitchen/dining with electric cooking • Bathroom with spa • Single garage & single carport under main roof • Pets Neg

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Avail 7/6/18 3 1 1 $190 pw • Three bedroom stone home • Built in robe in main bedroom • Eat in kitchen with gas cooking • Lounge with gas heating • Double length garage detached • Good sized secure yard • Pets Negotiable


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

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Jo Campbell SALES 8725 5766

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

www.gebhardts.com.au RLA 1903 Ph 08 8725 5766

Sue Mac Donald PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Contact our office today to view our current properties or find us on Facebook 4 Rose Street

a 826m2 approx

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$85,000

A rare find vacant block in established area. Cul-de-sac location & generous size of over 820m2 with 22m wide frontage. Double galvanised garage included. Call your builder!

7 St Andrews Drive “THE AUGUSTA”

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Outstanding home. Master suite on top level with lounge area and balcony. Lower level with three bedrooms, kitchen/dining/living area, bi-fold doors to alfresco area. Hardwood stairs. Double garage.

66 Sturt Street

Lot 102 Hillview Lane – McKay Road Compton

a 5400m2 appox

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$169,000

Fantastic country setting, quality location and only minutes to Tenison Woods College and city centre. Build your dream home and live that country dream. Power, water and telephone to allotment.

23-25 Kain Street

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6 Lui Avenue

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Beautifully positioned overlooking parklands. 3 spacious bedrooms, large open plan kitchen/living/dining. Spacious ensuite and walk in robe. Handy 5mx3m utility shed perfect for the boat.

8/151 Commercial Street West

$459,500

Excellent unit investment, a very wellmaintained group of 4, fully leased at $605 per week. The units have been Strata titled, located in a quiet leafy street close to all amenities, for further information please contact the office.

75 Tollner Road

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Double storey townhouse situated in the classy Vansittart Court complex – everything on your doorstep – inspect asap!

13 Lila Crescent

Block 5,000m2 (approx) $179,500

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Loaded with character & charm, this home is an ultimate seaside escape. Only steps to the ocean this is ideal for a permanent home or perfect holiday stay.

27 Genoa Street

a 523m2

$109,000

Zoned city centre, this wonderful near level allotment is awaiting your low maintenance home office Commercial project (subject to council consent). Close to everything – this is a perfect opportunity.

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McKay Road – Compton

$209,500

Immaculately presented homette, 2 bedrooms main with built in robes, spacious formal lounge with gas heating, single garage UMR, internal access to large rear yard.

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Springview Estate – Stage 2, Mount Gambier

FROM $120,000

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Stage 2 “Collins Street”. A truly exciting subdivision. Sizing from 1,194m2 to 2,492m2. Sewer, power, Telstra and water available.

9 Kooringa Street

$398,500

25 Sturt Street

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12 Gwendoline Street

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A dual let property showing a great return. Large commercial allotment of over 1,900m2 – high traffic location. Endless potential, a smart investment

FREEHOLD ONLY

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45 Kurrajong Street

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$208,000

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BLUE LAKE PRINTWORKS

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

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Perfect location – spacious family home in a quality street. Big on living and big on shedding! An ideal family home for those looking for low maintenance living and flat rear yard access.

28 Jubilee Highway West

$95,000 + SAV

All Lots over 5,400m2 Priced from $175,000

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This superb two – storey home will capture your heart! A flexible floor plan with so much to offer including exceptional shedding – only an inspection will reveal the many facets of this glorious home with bonus teenage retreat.

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

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3A Mitchell Street

10 Bay Road

53 Commercial Street East

• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 10 Bay Road • 20 Sturt Street

Avail 12/6/18 4 1 1 $250 pw • 3 Bedroom • Office/sunroom/4th bedroom • Open plan kitchen overlooking family living • Gas Log fire & gas/electric cooking • Bathroom w/ sep toilet • Detached Single Garage • Fenced backyard • Pets Neg

Avail Now

• 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West

Avail Now

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• 23-25 Commercial Street West

Commercial

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• 3A Mitchell Street

• Approximately 47.5 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Front and rear access to building • Rear parking area • Store room • POA

• Reception Area with R/C Air Con • Two Offices & store room • Share kitchen facilities & toilets • 3 Car parking Spaces • Approximately 73 Square meters • Access from James Street • POA

• Approximately 86.4 metres square • Large open flexible floor plan • Separate kitchen/storage • Rear parking area • Separate store area •POA

• 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street

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SALES Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782 | Phoebe Douglas 0422 943 534 RECEPTION Denise Mitselburg 08 8725 4225 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Jo Gibbs 0437 902 438 Lisa Yeates Emma Beare

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33 Wyatt Street

$450,000 - $460,000

81 Wehl Street North

$329,000

RLA 204710

83 Bay Road

$550,000

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OPEN SATURDAY 9.30 - 10.00AM OUTSTANDING INNER CITY LIVING – INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Vicki Quinn Real Estate is proud to present this beautifully build stone home, situated in the inner city of Mount Gambier. Walking distance to local coffee shops, restaurants, Railway Lands, parks and much more. Whether you’re a professional couple, retiree or simply looking to down size, this one ticks all the boxes. Klas Bild kitchen, with waterfall end to floor laminate Dimond gloss benchtops, soft closing doors, Omega appliances with gas cooking, dishwasher, conventical microwave oven, Fisher & Paykel fridge/ freezer, Blanco silgranit double sink this kitchen is sure to impress. Open plan kitchen, dining & living area with timber flooring throughout, study nook, reverse cycle split system and LG 50’ television mounted to the wall complement the hub of the home. This free-flowing floorplan comprises two generous bedrooms both with walk-in robes. The master opens out to the pergola with a reverse cycle split system, perfect for year-round comfort. Of magazine quality, the impressive bathrooms both boasts stylish floor-to-ceiling titles, seated shower and quality fittings.

23 Jardine Street

$283,500

6 Mark Street

$319,000

332 Cafpirco Road

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OPEN SATURDAY 10.15 - 10.45AM

1 Livingston Street, Mount Gambier

$285,000

$459,000

OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.45AM

FANTASTIC LOCATION, RENOVATED AND SO CLOSE TO THE CITY CENTRE Vicki Quinn Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this renovated Family home a stone’s throw from the main street Offering 4 bedrooms, all with built in robes 2 living areas, Open plan kitchen and dine with gas cooktop, elect oven and walk in pantry 2 bathrooms both with sep toilets Air con, ducted gas heating plus an ambient gas log heater New floor coverings, window furnishings and freshly painted throughout Internal access from the double length garage under the main roof Plus rear yard access Rear shedding with power and workshop All this situated on a block size of approx.1030m2. Endless possibilities for extended family or to run a home based business.

7A Lansell Street

$325,000

$469,000

21 Turnbull Drive

$529,000

Immaculately maintained 3 bedroom home located close to the Mount Gambier Hospital. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this 3 year old home has much to offer. 2 living areas, formal and informal, Lovely kitchen with elect cooking and dishwasher. Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite, bedrooms 2 and 3 with built in robes. Outdoor entertaining and a decent size rear yard.

6 Dolomite Drive

$369,000

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OPEN SATURDAY 12.00 - 12.30PM

A STUNNING MAKE OVER Centrally located and comprised with three bedrooms, two with BIR's. Spacious kitchen/ dining with stainless steel appliances. Wood heating, plus split system reverse cycle heating and cooling for all year comfort. Gorgeous bathroom with separate toilet. Lovely outdoor entertaining area. Single garage and workshop with power. Vehicle access to rear yard. All this situated on a good size allotment. All the hard work is done here, just move in and enjoy.

47 Brolga Street

14 Colonel Light Place

OPEN SATURDAY 11.00 - 11.30AM

ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY Gorgeous Cottage with modern rear extension situated on 6 acres. 3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and French doors to private courtyard. Open plan kitchen, dine and spacious family with slow combustion and split system reverse cycle. Handy second toilet. Main bathroom with deluxe spa bath. Secure parking for 4 vehicles. Serviced by mains and 50,000 litres rain water tank. 18 Solar panels. Sparkling salt water heated swimming pool. Fully fenced. Affordable and a fantastic opportunity for a family.

NEW PRICE

OPEN SATURDAY 11.15 - 11.45AM

TIMELESS ELEGANCE IN AN A1 LOCATION Return verandah villa situated on prestigious Bay Road. With gorgeous character features this home was originally built in 1918 and is situated on a block size of over 2600 square metres. Comprised of 4 bedrooms, formal lounge with gas heating and ornate fireplace. Formal dining, Tasmanian Oak kitchen, and rear family/sun room. The period style bathroom is renovated with a separate toilet.

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OPEN SATURDAY 10.30 - 11.00AM

A TREASURE TROVE OF POTENTIAL IN A DREAM LOCATION Inviting an exciting future with endless opportunities, this original 3-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom & 2 spacious living area home, ticks all the right boxes for a comfortable family home with scope for future renovations. Why we love this home: Walk-in robe in the main bedroom with direct access to the spacious bathroom. BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3. Second toilet. Solar Panels. 2 rainwater tanks. Amazing views. Large allotment. Located in the prestigious Jardine Street, minutes’ walk to the Oatmil Cinema, restaurants & cafes – this home won’t disappoint! Contact Vicki on 0417 804 782 to book in your inspection today!

OPEN SATURDAY 9.45 - 10.15AM

ROOM FOR THE BOAT, THE VAN AND MUCH MUCH MORE Over 2 allotments approx. 1475m2 in total, situated close to the city centre. Mount Gambier stone home comprised of 3 bedrooms all a great size and with built in robes. Retro features throughout, spacious lounge with woodheating. Large dining room. Kitchen with induction cooktop and stainless steel dishwasher. Sparkling main bathroom with separate toilet. 45000 Litres of rain water plumbed to house.

$385,000

BOASTING AN IDEAL LOCATION & 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.

1 Maple Court, Yahl

$99,000

STUNNING FAMILY HOME ON AN ACRE Vicki Quinn has pleasure offering for sale this immaculate family home nestled on an acre of gorgeous gardens with room for the kids to roam free. With a unique floorplan, the home is comprises of 4 bedrooms, a dedicated office, formal lounge and an open plan kitchen, dine and family area. The timber kitchen has loads of bench space, dishwasher, induction cook top and a large walk in pantry. Overlooking gardens, the main bedroom is a great size and offers a Large walk in robe and ensuite, complete with a 2 person spa bath.

113 Wehl Street North

$199,000

ONLY 3 YEARS OLD, WHY BUILD? Trendy kitchen with stainless steel gourmet cooker. Open plan dining and family area, plus formal lounge. Large 4 bedroom home, or 3 plus study. Ensuite and walk in robe to main bedroom. Large three way main bathroom. Gas ducted heating throughout plus reverse cycle in living area. Outdoor entertaining area. Easy care garden, large rear yard with pop up sprinklers. Vehicle access to rear yard. Double garage with internal access. 9 foot ceilings and much more on offer here. Priced to sell and great value.

25 Blackall Street

$179,000

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SOLD SENSATIONAL RURAL VIEWS With sensational rural views the home is comprised as 4 bedrooms, the main with built in robes and spacious ensuite, with spa finished in heritage colours. Gorgeous Caesar stone benchtops, a walk-in pantry, electric cooktop and Asko dishwasher are all features of the blackwood timber kitchen. The lower level has direct access to the double garage UMR with remote roller doors. Vehicle access to the rear yard is also available. 4 kw solar panels installed.

INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK 3 Ellard Street

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$239,000

COUNTRY LIFESTYLE, CITY LIMITS Build your dream home in the quiet township of Yahl 1,882sqm flat, fully fenced corner allotment Services to the allotment include mains water, electricity and telephone.

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27 Genoa Street

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DESIRABLE CENTRAL LOCATION This centrally located home will ideally suit first home buyers, investors or anyone looking for an exciting, low maintenance living. Currently tenanted at $235 per week. What we love about this property: 2 spacious bedrooms both with BIR & optional 3rd bedroom or family room upstairs, opening out to the balcony. Light filled open planned kitchen, living, dining area. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances.

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A GREAT STARTER AT A BUDGET PRICE Not your average size. This solid home comprises of 4 bedrooms, 3 with built in robes. Renovated bathroom with separate toilet. 2 spacious living areas. Freshly painted and new carpet throughout Kitchen with new gas cooker. Large windows allow for plenty of natural light. Garage under main roof with internal access. Plus rear yard access to carport with high clearance. All this for the low price of $179,000. Get in quick for this one.

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1 Ewens Ponds Road Eight Mile Creek Avail Now $180.00PW 3

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NEST OR INVEST On offer is this solid character home, which would be ideal as a first home or great investment property. Featuring two good sized bedrooms both with BIR, separate lounge with wood fire, perfect for those winter nights, kitchen with dishwasher & gas cooking, separate dining or optional third bedroom, all with timber floor boards. Garage offering secure parking. Great timber decking entertainment area. Situated on a generous 898sqm allotment.

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PETER DEMPSEY

0418 854 393

MOUNT GAMBIER REGION SPECIALIST

20 O’LEARY RD MT GAMBIER 3 BED I 1 BATH I 1 CAR

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Attention first home owners, investors and retirees, these home and land packages are ideal for you. With stage 1 sold prior to marketing. We can now offer stage 2. Two of mt gambiers leading building companies are offering turn key finishes at prices everyone can afford. 4 plans to choose from, and select your own colours and finishes.

4 BUFFALO COURT MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR PRESTIGE EXECUTIVE HOME $599,500 Arguably the best floor plan of a brand new home to be placed on the market for some time. Stunning finishes throughout, quality fixture and fittings, designed to northern aspects, perfect living and entertaining areas, state of the art kitchen. Option owners will lease back $500 per week 12 months

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33 MONTEBELLO DRIVE MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR STUNNING EXECUTIVE HOME $439,000 Nestled into an undulating allotment, this property is private and secluded, but with commanding views to mt gambier. Quality fixture and fittings throughout including 9ft ceilings, stunning kitchen with glass splash backs stainless steel appliances, fridge freezer, central gas heating & split system airconditioning.

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25 ELDRIDGE DRIVE MT GAMBIER

11 MALLEE STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR

GOLF AT YOUR BACK DOOR $465,000 Located next to the mt gambier golf course this home offers opportunities. Country home, lifestyle and still close to all of the cities benefits. 4 bedroom home, 2 bathrooms, 4th bedroom designed for small business. 2 living areas, large covered semi enclosed patio area.

FAMILY HOME WITH SHEDS $279,500 Looking for room, well check out this affordable home with shedding. Inspection will surprise as this home has a stunning new kitchen, which opens up to meals and lounge room, complemented by a centally located slow combustion heater. 97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER

RARE FIND

$249,000

Check out this rare property of over 4,000 sq/m in mount gambier city. Ideal for the young family looking for space and enjoy park like surrounds with the luxury of city living. 4 bedrooms 2 living areas, galley kitchen and meals area, slow combustion heating, plus heating and cooling unit, fenced rear yard for pets and children, garden shed, wood shed, established trees. Inspection invited. 6 TENISON DRIVE 4 BED I 2 BATH I 10 CAR THE BEST ADDRESS $649,000 Make family life a breeze with perfect family home located in the popular tenison drive, having the southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85 litres of rain water, orchard and bore water to keep your property green all year round.

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2 AUVALE CRESCENT MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR SOLID INVESTMENT OR HOME $249,000 Make sure you check out this one owner home located in th popular mcdonald park area. Ideal first home or investment. Classic timber kichen, dishwasher, 2 large living areas, 3 large bedrooms, covered patio area, single garage umr. Garden shed, easy care yard.

LAND FOR SALE BUILDING ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME RANGE OF SIZES AND PRICES TO MEET ANY BUDGET HOME AND LAND PACKAGES AVAILABLE $99,500 LOT 156 WIRELESS ROAD WEST LOT 157 WIRELESS ROAD WEST $99,500 LOT 151 WIRELESS ROAD WEST $107,000 LOT 147 KING GROVE $99,500 31 JOHN POWELL DRIVE $135,000 8 GRANGE PLACE $127,500 33A DOUGHTY STREET $ 85,000 LOT 55 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 57 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 58 BENGALEE CRES $115,000 LOT 50 BENGALEE CRES $120,000 LOT 52 BENGALEE CRES $130,000 LOT 53 BENGALEE CRES $135,000

2 CROUCH STREET CAVETON 4 BED | 2 BATH | 4 CAR

THE GOOD LIFE

$319,500

What a stunning looking country home set on a private 2,830 sq/m allotment with all the charm as if you are holidays all year round. A few minutes out of mt gambier on the nelson rd you will find this character home, featuring new kitchen, open meals family area well appointed wet areas, great shedding with double carport and 7.5 x 6 m 2 door garage and workshop, including toilet and basin. Extras include slow combustion heating, split system airconditioning, dogrun, spa, ceiling fans, rainwater, bore, plus lots more.

4 YAHL ROAD YAHL 3 BED I 1 BATH I 2 CAR A COUNTRY LIFE $375,000 Take a look at this charming home, loved and built by its present owners. Set on a large allotment measuring 3,326 sq/m and featuring, fruit trees, vines, vegeatble garden, chook shed and fully fenced for animals and children to stay safe.

12 KEEGAN STREET MT GAMBIER DEVELOPERS OR INVESTORS DREAM $359,000 Rare large piece of land in mt gambiers city central. Ideal for the developer or home owner, walking distance to shops and café’s. Six community titles have already been created, and building plans available. Easy no fuss development opportunity.

15 MONTGOMERY AVENUE 2 BED I 1 BATH I 5 CAR GARAGE HEAVEN $199,500 A garage like this and a home all for under $200,000, i must be dreaming. 8 metre x 10 metre colour bond garage with 3.5 metre clearance at its peake. 2 bedroom stone home, with polished timber floors, slow combustion heating, split system air-conditioning, decking area.currently leased at $264 per week not including the garage.

113 STONY FLAT ROAD WANDILO 7/8 BED | 3 BATH | 9 CAR SIMPLY THE BEST IN COUNTRY LIVING $845,000 Best of country living, set on just over 2 ½ acres. Minutes from mount gambier and even closer to schools the kitchen is every women’s dream beautiful solid timber, large walk in pantry island bench breakfast bar and heaps of storage, an open meals family area great for the whole family or entertaining.

PETER DEMPSEY | RLA: 269823 | 0418 854 393 | peterdempsey@atrealty.com.au

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Lots 1,2 & 3 Bruins Road, Wandilo Approx. 1.4Ha $135,000 each

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Lot 102 Tecoma Close, Mount Gambier $165,000 5000m2 25 Cape Buffon Drive, Southend $175,000 1003m2 $220,000

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17 Ramsay Avenue, Mount Gambier

$252,000

160 – 168 Wireless Road West, Suttontown

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SPACIOUS FAMILY LIVING This Sizable family home located on a 792m2 allotment, offers 3 large bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry and a Breakfast bar overlooking the dining area, gas hea ng and slow combus on wood hea ng. Located just a stone throw from Conroe Heights shopping centre, directly across from a large reserve with a playground, and close to McDonald Park Primary and Akuna Kindergarten.

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME BY THE SEA

Unlimited Possibilities & Potential

Approximately 2.02 hectares (approx. 4.99 acres) zoned residen al offers unlimited poten al. Situated next door to the UNI SA and TAFE precinct, directly across the road from the popular Montebello Estate and the Montebello IGA and childcare centre. 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom Mount Gambier stone home on the allotment achieving $180 per week and is in a fixed lease un l 31.08.18. There are many op ons with this allotment that could suit a wide range of buyers, developers and/or investors - Sub-division poten al (S.T.C.A) - Refurbishing the current dwelling or leave in the current condi on and receive a rental return - Build you dream home (S.T.C.A) and have a large parcel of land on the outskirts of Mount Gambier’s CBD. In conjunc on with Ray White Keatley

60 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell

295 Kingsley Road, Allendale

WATER FOR SALE

$95,000 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED

Just one street back from the waterfront 601sqm block located in Port MacDonnell is central to all your needs. Walking distance from shops, cafes, beach and hotel. Featuring a 7m x 4m colour bond shed with a toilet and provision for a shower. Sep c tank and town water connected.

WATER FOR LEASE

IN THE GLENBURNIE, DONOVANS, CONMURRA AND ZONE 2A MANAGEMENT AREAS

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Situated on approx 10 acres and located in the township of Allendale 3-4 bedrooms, dine-in kitchen with electric cooking, double sink & dishwasher Lounge with slow combus on wood hea ng and heat shi ers, bathroom with bath, shower, basin and separate toilet Double bay garage plus a large array of shedding Room for a few calves, chooks or even a pony for the kids An opportunity not to be missed, secure this lifestyle property today.

0408 853 180

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JUST LISTED - $329,000 5 HIGHLAND DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER 4 bedrooms all with robes 2 bathrooms plus 3rd toilet Carpeted formal lounge/Dining Timber kitchen with walkin pantry Open plan Kitchen meals Family area

4 BED I 2.5 BATH I 2 CAR 3/51 BERTHA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - A TOUGH WEEK... By ROBBIE TANSEL I’m normally a pretty positive person. It hasn’t been a great week for me though. I haven’t managed to find anyone to swap my green mechanical pencil with (see last week’s article). Apart from that I went to my workplace wearing a suit which I don’t do often, I don’t enjoy it, but occasionally I feel the need. I have a nice blue suit and apart from my blue suit I also have a blue pair of pants. At the end of the day, I took my suit off and found that I was wearing the individual pants with the suit jacket…and they were slightly different shades of blue. Talk about embarrassing. I bet people were laughing behind my back all day. I decided to make myself feel better by eating cake. Cake always makes me happy. I only attend my workplace as there is a possibility that there may be cake on offer. If I could marry cake I would. But Donna can cook cake so that’s good enough. Plus she’s even teaching me to cook my own cake. Just packet cake at this stage. That’s all she thinks I can cope with. Back to work, I ate a piece of delightful sponge. Then I ate another piece of delightful sponge. And there was still plenty of sponge left and no one seemed to want to eat it so I had a few more. By the end of the day I was feeling quite unwell. Suddenly I’m at that age where eating seven pieces of cake does not agree with me. This is not good. As if things weren’t bad enough, I then checked my emails and found that I’d received a couple of emails from people who had been offended by things I’d said in the pages of Lifestyle1. I offended someone a couple of weeks ago when I wrote about one of the candidates in the state election. Now I will defend myself by saying I thought that she was an

adult who was running for political office so she should really be able to stand up and defend the policies her party was presenting. I also thought that the party she was representing did her a terrible disservice by only giving her a short period of time to get up to speed with the issues. It was disrespectful to her and the electorate. I think I said good on her for having a go, and distinctly remember holding back on some absolute zingers I wanted to say. But it still disappointed me that I’d offended the person who emailed me. The next person I’d offended took offense to my article about going to the movies with Donna and finding that there was only one other person in the theatre. Again, I don’t mean to offend people but occasionally due to my stupidity and ignorance I do upset people. I’ve said it before though; the article is called Collected Stupidity. It’s meant to be humorous. It doesn’t always achieve that, but that’s the aim. I try to find the humour in situations. I didn’t really think less of the perfectly normal person who was at the movies by themselves. I don’t think people going to the movies by themselves are losers. But I thought I could make

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some funny observations. My week was finally brightened when I read some comments made by the new state opposition leader. I now know his name is Peter Malinauskas which I didn’t know until then. Mr Malinauskas was quoted as saying, “Nobody wants to be in opposition, but opposition does present Labor with an opportunity to reach out to the community, listen to them and formulate our policy priorities heading into the 2022 election.” I think that pretty much sums them up. They’re going to reach out and listen to the people of South Australia now they’re in opposition? It’s good that they’re finally able to admit that they were never listening to us, and didn’t care what we thought. At least we can applaud some honesty. If you’d like to swap a green mechanical pencil (pictured above), email me at robbietansel@gmail.com


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COMMUNITY FORUMS SET TO MAP OUT FUTURE PROJECTS Following the success of last year’s community workshops to identify actions to protect what we value in our landscapes, the South East Natural Resource Management Board is now inviting the community to help design on-ground projects to drive these actions. Newly appointed presiding member of the South East NRM Board, Fiona Rasheed said the board recognises that the South East has a mix of different landscape types, and as a result there are different community issues and opportunities across the region. “With these different needs in mind, we worked with the community to develop four subregional NRM plans,” Ms Rasheed said. “These plans identify local priorities and set out actions that can be used by groups and organisations working in NRM.” The board will be holding forums during May where the community will co-design projects with staff based on the key actions they would like to see happen in the next three years in their subregion. “These forums are

about getting the plans into action and influencing how the NRM levy is spent,” Ms Rasheed said. “We’d also like to hear which individuals, landholders and organisations can collaborate with the Board to implement these projects.” Subregional NRM Plans are available at http://www.naturalresources.sa.gov.au/ southeast/about-us/our-regions-plan/ Subregional-NRM-planning. Copies are also available by calling Natural Resources South East on (08)8735 1177. Subregional Community Forums venues and dates • Tuesday, May 22 Dunes and Flats Subregion Robe Bowling Club, 1 Victoria St, • Thursday, May 24 Ranges and Cross Border Creeks Subregion Naracoorte Town Hall 95 Smith St • Tuesday, May 29 Mallee Woodlands Subregion Tintinara Community Health Centre 28 Wendt Terrace, • Thursday, May 31 Volcanic Plains and Southern Dunes Subregion Commodore on the Park Mount Gambier, All forums will run from 5.30–8pm and include a light dinner. Attendees are asked to RSVP for catering purposes by calling (08)8735 1177, emailing dewnr.naturalresoursese@sa.gov.au or visiting naturalresourcesse.eventbrite. com to register.

and an upcycle planting session where with the help of some old stockings children will plant a grass head and watch it grow. With activities on offer right across the Glenelg Shire, there is bound to be a STEAM activity to interest your child, or children, which is close to home.” A full list of STEAM events: LIBRARY PROGRAM RETURNS Children are invited to learn how to build a tower that holds an apple, upcycle a jar and create optical illusions and more at their local Glenelg Libraries branch this May. The Glenelg Libraries are bringing back STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics) activities throughout the month May, offering a variety of hands on sessions across Portland, Heywood and Casterton. Library and information services manager Yvette Parker said the STEAM program, which was launched at the beginning of 2018, was a popular choice with children. “Our first term of STEAM activities were a resounding success, with many sessions fully booked out,” she said. “As a result, we have brought back STEAM during May, with a number of fun and creative activities that will not only entertain children, but also challenge their logic, reasoning and design skills. Some of the activities on offer include an engineering challenge, where participants will build a masterpiece that will hold the weight of an apple,

• Friday, May 11 Upcycle Planting 4-4.45pm Portland Library • Thursday, May 17 Engineering Challenge 4-4.45pm, Casterton Library • Friday, May 18 Engineering Challenge 4-4.45pm, Portland Library • Thursday, May 24 Optical Illusion Art 4-4.45pm Heywood Library • Friday, May 25 Optical Illusion Art 4-4.45pm Portland Library Bookings for STEAM activities are required. Families are advised to contact their local Glenelg Libraries branch. For further details, including age requirements, please visit the Glenelg Libraries website or Facebook page.

Above - Maddison (left) and Rhani test out their creative skills during a STEAM activity.

INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER TO SHARE VIEWS IN THIS REGION Registrations are now open for a workshop with international guest speaker, Cormac Russell, who is bringing his passion for sustainable communities to South West Victoria this Friday. Aimed at empowering communities and propelling volunteer group and grass-roots initiatives forward, the one-day workshop in Port Fairy is open to volunteers, organisations, businesses and individuals. Proudly hosted by the Southern Grampians Glenelg Primary Care Partnership (SGGPCP), the low-cost event will run from 9.30am–2pm at the Port Fairy Community Services Centre. SGGPCP manager of health and wellbeing, Jo Brown, said she was thrilled to capitalise on Mr Russell’s upcoming visit to Australia. “It’s a real bonus to bring such an experienced community development expert to our region,” she said. “His strengthbased approach has been embraced in hundreds of communities across the globe, including within the United Kingdom, North America, South Sudan, Belgium, Singapore and Sweden, and we encourage all registrations for the May 11 event so our local residents can learn from him in person.” The masterclass session will build on community development workshops with Peter Kenyon in 2014, as part of the SEA Change and GenR8 Change initiatives in Portland and Hamilton. “Starting community action can be easy, keeping + it going and growing can be hard. We’ve got a great opportunity to learn from a leader in the community development field,” she said. Based in Ireland, Mr Russell will be headlining a major West Australian conference in early May and looks forward to developing skills to identify the community’s strengths and assets, with the aim of mobilising and growing community and volunteer groups. “I’m keen to work on what’s strong in communities within the Great South Coast region, not what’s wrong. There are things communities are uniquely competent to do best, and we want to focus on what exists within the community to help them adapt and grow,” he said. Places are limited and bookings are essential, with tickets priced from $30 including lunch. For more information, phone Ms Brown on (03)5551 8563 or register here. Above - International speaker, Cormac Russell will lead a community development workshop in Port Fairy on May 11.

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NARACOORTE LUCINDALE COUNCIL LOOKING TO TAP INTO REGIONAL FUNDING POOL Mount Gambier City Council isn’t the only local Limestone Coast council hoping to tap into the Australian Government’s Regional Growth Fund. While Mount Gambier officials, backed by a ringing community endorsement via a 10,000-plus signature petition, is looking to earn a windfall from the newly established fund to help bankroll a $40million indoor recreation and aquatic centre. Naracoorte Lucindale Council has also now made plans to tap into the same funding pool for its $24million industry growth project entitled Naracoorte – Driving Growth. Linking Industry. “The $24 million project will transform Naracoorte and surrounding areas by providing support for existing industries allowing them to innovate and flourish,” Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery (pictured top right) said. “The project takes advantages of the region’s natural economic strengths. It will drive significant, sustainable development and growth and deliver significant benefits to the region by creating jobs and flow-on benefits.” The project will create linkages across the heavy vehicle network serving the central and upper Limestone Coast agricultural sector and supporting industries and construct a community centre, which will include the library service, transforming Naracoorte into a commercial and industrial hub where people want to live and work. Key road infrastructure and intersections will be constructed and upgraded, establishing a network of routes suitable for larger vehicle configurations and allowing access to undeveloped industrial land. The construction of a community centre will support community growth and wellbeing, and an increased support to our migrant population, providing a key learning, social and service centre. The application to the Regional Growth Fund will seek $12 million with council committing up to $12 million to the project. Council’s contribution will be spread over the four year scope of the project. If successful, planned projects will be progressed far more rapidly than could be achieved using only Council funds. It’s anticipated that during the four year construction phase approximately 139 jobs will be created in the Limestone Coast. Post construction 275 direct long term fulltime equivalent jobs will be created in the Naracoorte Lucindale Council area. “The project supports council’s commitment to supporting the growth of Naracoorte as a major business and industrial centre in the Limestone Coast as well as being a welcoming community and an attractive place to live and work,” Mayor Vickery said. Selection of projects will be undertaken in two stages by the Australian Government. If successful at Stage One, council will be required to submit a Full Business Case and detailed application.

The project will look to deliver the following benefits: • compliant A-Double access from Wimmera Highway to Teys Australia and Qube Logistics

• compliant and gazetted A-Double access from Riddoch Highway to Boddingtons Road West, Cadgee Road and Carters Road to Wimmera Highway • capacity for significant growth with subdivisions and creation of large industrial allotments by upgrading Moyhall Road to a freight route and linking it to industrial land • establishment of a new industrial site on the eastern side of Naracoorte • capacity for the relocation of enterprises from non B-Double complaint sites elsewhere in Naracoorte • capacity for significant economic development on the new sites and those vacated elsewhere through relocations • safer and more controlled heavy vehicle movements, through and around the township of Naracoorte including modifications to Smith Street

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A tuna weighing almost 106kg has claimed the top prize of the 2018 Hooked on Tuna competition, with anglers making the most of the perfect weather conditions during the last weekend of entries. Melbourne angler Paul Hourmouzis reeled in the winning catch, an impressive 105.9kg barrel on April 28, to take the overall $5000 cash prize of the month long competition. He was closely followed by fellow Melbourne angler John DeGroot with his slightly lighter 104kg catch followed by Jony Ai, also of Melbourne, with his 29kg effort. Mr Hourmouzis described the win as total elation. “It was a bit of a shock at first, but it was really satisfying to be able to finally reel in the 100kg catch that had been eluding me for the past seven years,” he said. “I’ll share the $5000 prize amongst my crewmates, and no doubt on some further fishing equipment.” Mr Hourmouzis encouraged other keen anglers to participate in next year’s competition. “The real drawcard of this competition is how accessible it is – anyone with a rod and reel has the opportunity to take home the top prize,” he said. “I know I’ll absolutely be back again in 2019 to try my luck and hopefully retain my winning title.” Mr Hourmouzis’ winning catch knocked off previous leader and third prize recipient Jony Ai, who had been leading the competition for a fortnight until the weekend’s ideal fishing conditions aided the mammoth fishing haul.

It is believed five tuna weighing in excess of 100kg have been caught in Portland waters over the past week. Mayor Cr Anita Rank said a record 240 people had entered the competition, largely drawn from metropolitan post codes. “This is now the third year of the Hooked on Tuna competition and it is clear to see this

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is becoming a must do event for die hard anglers,” she said. “Impressively, this is the first competition that has hauled the elusive 100kg barrel catches, all caught on the final weekend of the competition. This competition has become an important event on our busy events calendar, further positioning our profile as the southern Bluefin tuna capital and building our profile as a hub for active tourism activities.” Co-event organiser Michael Hunter predicted further success for the event in the years to come. “What an exciting way to finish off a great month of fishing, with not one, but two, 100kg plus catches taking home prizes,” he said. “The competition continues to go from strength to strength every year, with keen anglers coming from far and wide to test their skills in Portland’s waters. Following the success of this year’s event, I expect that 2019 will attract more entrants than ever.” The final weekend of fishing included a presentation by lure guru Peter Pakula, who travelled from Queensland to share his tips on how to fish well in the testing southern ocean conditions.



CASTERTON LOOKING TO MAKE MARK ON TOURISM MAP Strengthening the visitor economy and increasing visitor satisfaction are among the key objectives behind Casterton’s new Destination

Action Plan. The tourism strategic plan, developed by Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism (GORRT) in partnership with Glenelg Shire Council

and local community leaders, includes priority actions for the short to medium term to increase the town’s competitiveness as a key tourist destination. Local tourism operators, business operators and interested community members joined last night to officially launch the strategic document. Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism General Manager, Liz Price said the plan aimed to grow visitor expenditure and dispersal across the local area. “The passion and enthusiasm from industry and community in Casterton to grow as a tourism destination has been captured in the Destination Action Plan for Casterton,” Ms Price said. “This plan identifies the priority, affordable, achievable actions that will assist Casterton in growing the visitor economy. It provides a roadmap to encourage all stakeholders to work collaboratively.” The action plan was developed over recent months using feedback from a project working group including members of key stakeholder groups, council and passionate community members. Initial steps in the plan include a product and experiences audit to identify new opportunities and reveal gaps in the market which may be hindering visitation. Furthermore, the plan highlights the need to engage business and community in tourism programs to stimulate product development and new marketing opportunities creating a unique brand

positioning for the town. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank, who is also a GORRT board member, said there were great opportunities to establish new food and art inspired experiences. “What has become evident from this working group collaboration is the rich underground art scene and home grown foodie experiences which are in this talented community,” Cr Rank said. “These are the sort of experiences tourists will travel hundreds of kilometres to enjoy. Together we must collaborate to put these attractions front and centre to develop Casterton as a key tourist destination, highlighting the wealth of experiences on offer.” Cr Rank said the eagerness of locals to provide their feedback to the plan had been enlightening. “Casterton is a passionate community who are embracing their visitors with open arms.

The welcome people receive, which is best showcased during the Kelpie Festival, is what makes the community such a delight to explore,” Cr Rank said. “This plan celebrates this vibrant culture, highlighting the natural assets and heritage of the area. There are great opportunities to share these stories with visitors, leveraging the beauty and appeal of what is a quintessential Australian town which is strategically positioned between the Coonawarra wine region and Grampians National Park. In the short to medium term it is envisaged that this plan will assist in developing and attracting new tourism products, leveraging the town pride and creating new community festivals and celebrations.” Above (top left) - Ian Connell working Bagalla Bart, the top priced dog of the 2016 Working Dog Auction, going for $11,000. Events like the Kelpie Muster form an integral part of Casterton’s tourism plan. Above (right) - There will also be a strong focus on local produce and niche dining experiences as part of the visitor experience in Casterton.

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CANCER FUNDRAISER SELLS OUT AGAIN On Australia Day this year, Lois Bayre was honoured as one of Mount Gambier’s Citizen of the Year recipients. The centrepiece of her community minded resume is Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea and just as it has for more than a decade, the May 24 event sold out within days of being announced. More than 300 people attend the Lois hosted Biggest Morning Tea and in the 19 years, Lois (pictured below) has been running the Cancer Council SA fundraiser, her efforts and those of her fellow volunteer team members, have netted around $120,000. Since its humble beginnings, before it became the sell-out event it has become in recent years, Lois has been overwhelmed by the generosity of this community – both in putting the event together and supporting the event. “My sincere gratitude goes to the businesses houses of Mount Gambier, Naracoorte,

Millicent and Port MacDonnell for their generous donations of gifts and vouchers,” Lois said. “And also to the wonderful volunteers who kindly assist me on the day of fundraising.” All money raised goes directly to the Cancer Council SA to help fund research, detection and support services for patients. Held at the Italo-Australia Club at Casadio Park – a venue that has regularly been happy to host the event free of charge – it is a Devonshire tea and Redgum Country fashion parade, that is always on the program. “Wendy Richardson has been a long time supporter of the event through Redgum and the fashion parade,” Lois said. There will also be the usual auctions, raffles and lucky door prizes, while Peter’s Trading Table also returns with a selection of produce, cakes, jams and African violets for sale.

There will also be a pop-up shop, courtesy of Sheree Williamson, from Shed 21, with a range of clothes, shoes, jewellery and accessories. It is a special year for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea – it turns 25 – so there will certainly be an air of celebration around the 9.30am-12noon event in Mount Gambier. Lois has stuck to a tried and true script for all 19 years of her Biggest Morning Teas but she has added a new element for 2018 – special guest speaker Janine Barelds. Originally from the Netherlands, Janine is a psychotherapist and palliative care nurse, based in Adelaide, but having spent considerable time in Mount Gambier. She will be tackling the issue of reducing stress in our lives with some ideas and tips to take better care of ourselves. And while this might by morning tea number 19, Lois has

INDIGENOUS THEME FOR NEWBORN BABY GIFTS Birthing identification cards for new babies born at Portland District Health have taken on an Indigenous theme. The cards evolved from discussions with the Indigenous community and are presented free to all new babies. Bibs with the same design have also been distributed to new parents this month. PDH Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander workforce officer, Sonia Shelton, said the new cards and bibs were organised with assistance from a local Indigenous community arts organisation specialising in fibre arts. CEO Chris Giles said PDH was very excited about the new design and enjoyed gifting these cards to newborn babies and their families”. The bibs and cards were designed by local Gunditjmara woman Kellie Frankland, a traditional/ contemporary artist, who has been practicing her art for more than 20 years. The newborn identification card has been designed to incorporate a ‘seeds’ design as the watermark and acknowledges being born on Gunditjmara country. Acknowledgement of the artist, and the meaning of the artwork, is printed on the back of the card. lifestyle1.net | 29

the same enthusiasm and sense of anticipation as she has had since running that very first event. “I just love it,” Lois said. “My passion is still there,

knowing we are making a difference and saving lives. I trust my guests have a special day. Never losing sight of why we are there.”


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Perfect weather conditions greeted the 80 shooters that nominated for the 75 Target state qualifier at Burrungule park sponsored by O.G.Roberts, Cockys Autopro and Millicent Tyre Centre. Course setter Ken Atkin took out the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun with 72/75 shot over three courses with the semi old style sporting format being used. Jeremy Kent won AA grade from the Dunn family with Leigh finishing one target ahead of his son Jamie. Natimuk`s Richard Emerson won A grade from Rocky Gully`s Emilio Calicchio with Leigh Peterson back in third. Glen Benham took out B Grade from Fabian Bigmore and Al Scheidl rounding out the podium. First time visitor to Burrungule Park, Brenton Denney was delighted to win C grade from the improving Daniel Harradine and another newcomer Mark Lennerth finishing third. Ernie Scheidl won Veterans from Wayne Evans and Greg Dawes whilst the super veterans saw Kevin Dyson using his newly acquired pacemaker to dominate the category and win by four targets. Runner up Chris VonStanke needed a “Crows Vs Bombers” shoot off to finish above Bob Jones. Deanna Vanderzalm shot well to beat Tasha Bellinger in the Ladies category with Janette Densley back in third. The improving Ben Hastings won the Juniors ,whilst Declan Wright used his home ground advantage to beat Nicholas Bologiannis and Zachary Button.

Above (top) - Junior champion Ben Hastings with High Gun Winner and course setter Ken Atkin.

Above (bottom) -The Super Veterans podium - Bob Jones, Kevin Dyson & Chris Von Stanke UPCOMING SHOOTS Saturday, May 19 Lake Bonney 75 Target (Side by Side) Sunday, May 20 Lake Bonney 50 Target 1st Leg Lake Bonne /Burrungule Club Challenge Sunday, May 27 Burrungule Park 50 Target 2nd Leg Lake Bonney/Burrungule Park Club Challenge Nominations are open for Limestone Coast Sporting 225 from June 9-11 at Kingston, Lake Bonney and Burrungule Park, with details available at www. limestonecoastsporting225.com.au

JAMES REYNE TO HIT LOCAL STAGE Aussie music icon James Reyne is headed to the Sir Robert Helmann Theatre on May 19 for a one off performance. “This will be a comprehensive look at the past unto the present,” James said. “I’ve sifted through all of the Australian Crawl material with the intention of performing it “songbook” style. And to bring out the solo material again and reimagine those songs acoustically is always fun – I’m very excited about these shows.” lifestyle1.net | 30


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LOCALS LEARN HOW TO LIVE MORE SUSTAINABLY A group of 21 locals looking to live lighter have just completed a sevenweek course empowering them to reduce their environmental footprint. Brought to the region by Natural Resources South East and the City of Mount Gambier, the “Living Smart” course covered 10 topics, from power and transport, to managing waste and reducing chemicals in the home. “Living Smart” was brought to the state from Western Australia two years ago by the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Natural Resources Management (NRM) Board. Supported by the SE NRM Board, the course was then tailored to the South East and featured local content, local guest speakers and a field trip. NRSE Sustainable Communities Coordinator Alison Boomsma said the field trip was a great opportunity to see some ways local people are already putting light living ideas into action. “We visited the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden at Tenison Woods College where Garden Coordinator Jen McCourt explained some of the principles of seasonal gardening and how the school is bringing the ‘garden to plate’ philosophy to the classroom,” Ms Boomsma said. “Our Natural Resources Management Officer Aidan Laslett also talked to the group about weed management, and Glencoe residents Ian and Abbey Freebairn ran a workshop on making wicking beds. It was great to see the enthusiasm of the group across the whole course, as we tackled sustainability topics big and small. Everyone knew more than they thought they did and their confidence grew each week. With everyone so keen to try out some of the new concepts at home, we hope the effects of the course are long lasting.” One attendee, Nat, said the course had a strong focus on goal setting and accountability which helped the group make some real changes. “The course really inspired me to pay more attention to how I can live more sustainably,” Nat said. “My partner and I learnt so much and we have great plans to build better veggie gardens, improve our mulching and reduce the amount of chemicals we use in our home.” To keep up to date on upcoming workshops and events, follow the Natural Resources South East Facebook page @yournrse, or see the website naturalresources.sa.gov.au/ southeast

Whale watching season has started early in the south west with a confirmed sighting at the weekend in Portland. A Humpback whale was spotted 200 metres off shore from the popular Wade Street whale viewing platform on Sunday, with whale watchers also entertained by a pod of dolphins frolicking nearby. Portland Tourism Association president Dennis Carr said whilst the official whale watching season wasn’t recognised until June, the early sightings showed promise of yet another strong year. “Last year we welcomed 62 whales to Portland’s waters, including 48 Southern Rights and 14 Humpbacks,” he said. “This confirmed visitor on Sunday is a promising sign that we will experience yet another year of high whale visitation. As Victoria’s whale watching capital, Portland continues to attract thousands of visitors year round hoping to catch a glimpse of the Southern Right, Humpback and Blue

whales in their natural habitat. “I’m looking forward to the positive benefits for our economy from these welcome visitors.” Glenelg Shire Council Mayor Cr Anita Rank said preparations were well underway for the season, with a new whale sighting website and a dedicated regional marketing campaign planned. “A new Whalemail webpage is due to be unveiled in the coming weeks, acting act as a one stop shop for all things whale watching in the region,” she said. “The new webpage, housed on the I am Portland tourism website, allows users to view details of whale sightings in the area, including maps, dates, time, location and type of whale, details on local whale viewing platforms and a direct link to social media channels. Meanwhile, a new Whalemail television commercial was recently filmed and will go to air this winter across Victoria and South Australia to further entice visitors to the region.” Recorded whale sightings will be

instantly posted on the Whalemail Facebook page and the new Whalemail webpage on the I am Portland tourism

website. The Portland Visitor Information Centre will also fly a yellow flag every time a whale sighting is reported.

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MEDAL HAUL FOR LOCAL ATHLETES Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee and Councillor Hanna Persello hosted an afternoon tea to congratulate athletes Amechai Bawden and Jamal

Seiler and coach Keith Seiler who recently returned from the National Special Olympics held in Adelaide last month.

Amechai returned home with a swag of gold medals from running events, while Jamal’s team placed fourth in soccer and Keith and his team were awarded a bronze medal. Amechai participated in the 1500m, 3000m, 5000m and 4x100m relay, winning gold in all four events and was given the honour of joint flag bearer, where he lead the South Australian team into the venue, and carried the torch for part of the journey inside Titanium Stadium to the Special Olympic Cauldron. “I had a fun time and I was also able to face some of my fears through doing interviews with the media,” Amechai said. “I have been featured in the Sunday Mail, Channel Nine, Channel Ten and I’ve also done multiple radio interviews with FiveAA in Adelaide and ABC South East which has been good experience.” Amechai is a regular Parkrun enthusist and runs with the Mount Gambier Runners Group and trains with local running coach Sally Taylor and personal trainer Rob Dowdy. Amechai is employed by City of Mount Gambier where he works as part of the outdoor team one day per week. Amechai and his family are now eagerly awaiting to find out if he has been selected to compete at the Special Olympic World Games to be held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates from March 14 to 21, next year, while also working towards local running events including the Mount Gambier Tower Trail Run and the Blue Lake Fun Run.

Jamal Seiler competed as part of the 7-a-side South Australian Soccer team, playing eight games over the four days and coming fourth overall. “The games were fun and a great experience and my favourite part was playing with my team mates from all over the state,’ Jamal said. Jamal plays soccer locally for Blue Lake Soccer Club and is also kept busy training weekly with both his club and the Special Olympics team while balancing this with his part time job at Woolworths Mount Gambier. Limestone Coast All Ability Soccer Coach Keith Seiler proudly coached the Special Olympics South Australian 5-a-side Soccer team to a bronze medal at the recent games.

“Participating in sport is not always about winning and Special Olympics is very much about this,” Mr Seiler said. “It’s about what you can achieve by having a go, building friendships and families coming together from other states.” Above (from left) - Cr Hanna Persello; Amechai Bawden, Jamal Seiler, Keith Seiler & Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee celebrate the recent success of the Amechai, Jamal and Keith at the Special Olympics.

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PAVERS SET TO BE OFFICIALLY UNVEILED NEXT WEEK The engraved pavers being laid as part of the commemorative walk in the Penola Town Square are looking fantastic. The 100 pavers have been installed thanks to a grant received from Veterans SA. A second stage of the commemorative walk, comprising a further 86 pavers will be added later in the year, thanks to the generosity of the Lions Club of Penola Inc. and Merrett Logging. The first stage of the commemorative walk will be opened at 1pm on May 20.

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HUGE COUP FOR MOUNT GAMBIER LIBRARY Straight from her Europe tour, the Mount Gambier Library is super excited to present In Conversation with Heather Morris, author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz. Put June 20 in your diary now for the 7pm event that is not to be missed. The Tattooist of Auschwitz is based on the true story of Lale and Gita Sokolov, Slovakian Jews who survived Auschwitz and eventually made their home in Australia. In that terrible place, Lale was given the job of tattooing the prisoners marked for survival—literally scratching numbers into his fellow victims’ arms in indelible ink to create what would become one of the most potent symbols of the Holocaust. It is also a story of hope, courage and almost unbelievably—a love story. Waiting in line to be tattooed, terrified and shaking, was a young girl. For Lale it was love at first sight, and he determined not only to survive himself but to ensure that Gita did, too. When Gita died, Lale felt he could no longer carry the burden of their past alone and chose to tell his story. Heather will share the process of being charged with telling this truly remakable story.


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BRICKLAYER STONEMASON TIME TO UPDATE PET REGISTRATIONS Dog registration discs in South Australia will be issued once-off from July this year and replace the yearly discs previously issued to reduce waste and streamline pet registration. From July 1 this year registered dogs will be issued with a permanent registration number and a once-off grey coloured disc. Pet owners will need to continue to renew their dog’s registration yearly. Dog and Cat Management Board Secretary Andrew Lamb said the once-off disc and permanent dog registration number will significantly reduce South Australia’s plastic landfill. “The new permanent registration number is linked with the dog, even if the owner moves to another South Australian council or if the dog changes owners,” Mr Lamb said. “We are also giving dog owners the choice to replace their plastic grey disc with an engraved metal disc – owners can then add their own flair to the metal disc.” The change coincides with the introduction of the new statewide dog and cat database on 1 July. Dogs and Cats Online is a one-stop online service for all annual registration payments as well as dog and cat microchipping, desexing and breeder details. “Once dog owners receive their renewal notice, they can log on to Dogs and Cats Online and follow the prompts to self-manage their pets’ information and pay the annual registration fee,” Mr Lamb said. “Owners will even be able to upload a picture of their dog or cat, which will be helpful if their pet becomes lost.” Other pet reforms include mandatory microchipping, compulsory desexing and new rules for dog and cat breeders and sellers. For more information visit the Dog and Cat Management Board website.

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KALANGADOO & GLENCOE ARE SWITCHED ON Superfast broadband has arrived in Kalangadoo and Glencoe as the NBN makes services available to homes and businesses meaning residents can begin ordering their NBN service from a retail service provider. Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the NBN rollout in Barker was nearly complete. It typically takes a couple of weeks to connect up to the NBN after placing an order, and all residents will require new in-home equipment that is compatible with the faster NBN service. More information on how to connect to the NBN is available at www.nbnco.com.au

NEW NARACOORTE HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL ANNOUNCED John Harris has been announced as the new Naracoorte High School princpal and he will start at the hlem in Term 3 this year. Mr. Harris, along with his wife and two children will be moving to Naracoorte from Darwin, where he has spent the past 18 months as assistant principal of Palmerston College. With more than 10 years of school leadership experience, John’s leadership journey started at Taminmin College in Humpty Doo as Head of Mathematical Curriculum before being appointed the assistant principal. He then headed to Darwin as a consultant for senior years mathematics, supporting teachers right throughout the Northern Territory. From there, Mr. Harris was appointed the Director of Senior Years Education in the Northern Territory Department of Education where he implemented a number of system-wide improvement strategies targeted at improving student outcomes by influencing change and building teacher’s capacity. With a Bachelor of Science (Nuclear Physics) and a Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education John has taught in both the Northern Territory and New South Wales Education systems. “An important aspect of my work in Naracoorte will be to build strong relationships with the students, teachers and families," Mr Harris said. "My number one educational priority has been, and always will be, improving pathways and outcomes for students, and I will work alongside our teachers and support staff to ensure our students are exposed to curriculum and instruction that is engaging, challenging, flexible and relevant. I look forward to meeting and working with the staff and students of Naracoorte High School and community members as we start this new and exciting stage together.”


PHOTOGRAPHERS SET TO SHOWCASE THIS REGION Natural Resources South East’s 2018 photo competition is now open, encouraging locals to share what they love about where we live. Natural Resources South East sustainable communities coordinator Alison Boomsma said this year’s theme is Loving Where we Live. “From the bush to the beach, to something in your own backyard, whatever you love, we want to see it,” Ms Boomsma said. “We had this theme for our 2016 competition and found it really inspired people. Last year we had a lot of entries featuring our coastline, people, and native birds in particular. This year, we’d love to see more of our local wildlife, and more of the diverse landscapes of our region.” The competition has two categories, general photography and social media, with under 18 and open sections in each. Prizes on offer include vouchers and subscriptions, and selected photos will feature in Natural Resources South East’s 2019 calendar, promotional publications and on social media. “We’re looking for the hidden gems that only locals know about, as well as the iconic images of the South East,” Ms Boomsma said. “Ultimately it’s all about getting outside, exploring, and sharing what our region has to offer.” The competition closes June 30. For more information including all rules, terms and conditions, see the Natural Resources South East website naturalresources.sa.gov.au/southeast

Above (top) - Image by Graeme Mellor. Above (bottom left) - Image by Samantha Carr. Above (bottom right) - Image by Stella Scanlon. Right - Image by Steve Bourne.

MAY IS THE MONTH FOR A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE Each year, the Mount Gambier Library participates in South Australia’s History Festival which takes place during May. It is a fabulous opportunity to celebrate our region’s historical places, people and events. The library’s focus for this year is the forthcoming 100th anniversary of Rook Walk; Mount Gambier’s largest working bee. This historical moment saw Mount Gambier come to halt on Wednesday, November 27, 1918, when citizens from all walks of life assembled at the lakes to engage in the greatest one day community effort in the city’s history. The project which was organised by hotelier Arthur Rook, saw the involvement of the community as a whole; the working committee, tradesmen, labourers, bankers, shop assistants with 300 ladies providing three meals during the day and live music played at regular intervals by two city bands. About 2000 participants were involved in the Rook Walk project and the Library is hoping that people from around the region will have stories or photographs from their ancestors who were involved. “Commemorative stories can be documented by Local History Officer Danni Reade and be used to celebrate the anniversary in November,” said Mount Gambier Library community lifestyle1.net | 38

engagement coordinator Kristi Leamey. “If you’re curious to know if your ancestors were involved, visit the Library during May to see the Rook Walk display complete with a list of names of those involved.” Other events taking place during History Month include resource lessons to show people how to use the Les Hill Collection, digital newspapers with TROVE as well as “The History of Your House” – a historic rates database where people can find out about others who have also called their house a home. Community Artist Liz Ferguson will also run a free Legacy Journaling workshop. “Participants have the option to participate in a group activity where Liz will assist with tips and techniques to help begin the legacy journal writing process,” Ms Leamey said. “Or, you can book into a one-on-one session with Liz where she will evoke memories and record your words which can be passed on as a beautiful keepsake.” A history month brochure

containing all of the events and workshops can be collected from the Mount Gambier Library or found online www.mountgambier.sa.gov.au and follow the library links. Above - Les Hill Collection, 1908 Gentlemen in first motorcycle with sidecar by the Gordon Monument.


MUSIC & ART SET TO COLLIDE It was five years ago that Gina Raisin made a life changing decision. She was going to dedicate herself to following her passion for art and dedicate much of her time to her painting. It started in 2013 with Gina setting aside two days a week in the studio. She was juggling a new marriage, her job as a partnership broker and taking care of her aging mother but still managed to put together her first solo exhibition for South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Week the following August. The time spent on her art has grown exponentially ever since and her work has evolved as she sets herself to unveil her latest exhibition – Murmuration – a collaboration with James Morrison Jazz Academy honours student Brittany Van Zeil. The project also has the fingerprints of new Riddoch Art Gallery curator Serena Wong all over it as well.

“Serena’s breadth of knowledge has given me something I have never had before,” Gina said. “She has exposed me to the academic side of things. The writing, the research has made everything more crystalised for me. Serena visits my studio on a regular basis and she has made me really want to stretch myself this time. My style has changed so much from my first exhibition and, as an artist, that’s what you hope happens. You should always be evolving and learning about your own practice.” The collaboration with Brittany was almost a natural progression for Gina, despite the fact she had never based her painting on an original composition before. “I always paint with music playing in the background,” Gina said. This exhibition takes that to a whole new level, where Brittany’s original composition, is the

inspiration and so inextricably linked to Gina’s work. Brittany’s piece is based on her travels through Africa, focussing on the filled with light and movement and distinctive African rhythms. The collaborative nature of this exhibition makes it a genuine triple threat and all three women have been in constant contact during the process and constantly challenging each other and sharing ideas. Another rising star in art circles, Naomi Fallon, the Walkway Gallery director – Bordertown’s art space that continually punches above its wait, with Naomi also an artistic talent in her own right – will open Gina’s latest offering this Saturday night. The collaborative nature of the project is also reflected in its title – Murmuration – which is the stunning formations you see flocks of birds travelling in, with their wingtips equidistance as they perform what is almost an aerial ballet as they move from place to place. For Gina, Murmuration and all it means,

conjures memories of looking through a kaleidoscope, as a small child with her mother. A welcome by-product of this exhibition, is the focus on women in the arts, with all four women at the forefront of the exhibition sharing a passion for championing females in artistic circles, where sometimes the barriers can seem insurmountable. “I am excited to be working with these amazing, creative young women,” Gina said. The exhibition ruins from May 12 until July 15 at Mount Gambier’s Riddoch Art Gallery. Left - Gina Raisin, Brittany Van Zeil & Serena Wong discuss the exhibition. Above - Brittany Van Zeil & Gina Raisin inspect one of the pieces in Murmuration.

COMMUNITY GRANTS HANDED OUT More than $77,000 has been delivered back to community organisations across the Glenelg Shire as part of the latest funding round of council community grants for 2017-18. Among the 36 beneficiaries from round two of the grant program was $5000 to the Casterton and District Drag Racing Club towards upgrading amenities, $2500 for a new observation deck at the Heywood Wagon Shed and $5000 for essential repairs and upgrades to the Nelson Community Hall. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank congratulated all of the successful applicants. Cr Rank encouraged all eligible community groups and organisations to apply for the next round of community grants, which will open in July 2018. “Council is incredibly proud of the community grants program, which supports grassroot activities, events and programs,” Cr Rank said. For further information on the community grants program please visit: http://www.glenelg.vic.gov.au/ Community_Grants_ Above - The round two recipients of the Glenelg Shire community grants.

GENERATIONS LIVES UP TO THE HYPE Mount Gambier became the weekend’s global headquarters of youth jazz as thousands of student musicians from across Australia shared the limelight with some of the world’s brightest jazz stars during the three-day Generations in Jazz (GIJ) festival. “We’ve had the largest number of students and public that we’ve ever had, we’ve had more concerts than we’ve ever had, more workshops, and most of all more music,” said GIJ chairman James Morrison (pictured). A 6000-seat big top pavilion dominated a paddock on the outskirts of the Blue Lake city, but 12 more venues were needed in order to accommodate more than 350 school stage bands and vocal ensembles. They came from a record 128 Australian schools, and between them, they performed more than 1000 musical pieces. “We have venues all over the site - we use an onion shed, we use horse sheds - we use all sorts of things and put stages in them and turn them into venues for jazz, so it’s an amazing setting here out in the Australian countryside,” Mr Morrison said. US jazz sensation Patti Austin was a special guest artist at this year’s event, and described it as “the most

concentrated, soulful experience I have ever had in my life.” “It’s magic. So please take this magic with you, please spread this magnificent musical fairy dust on everyone around you - this is how we make the world turn the right way,” she said. Hip party band The Cat Empire, jazz virtuoso James Morrison, US sax star Jeff Clayton, Madrid percussionist Nasrine Rahmani and Cologne-based trombonist Shannon Barnett also entertained and inspired the crowds during an exciting line-up of concerts. South Australian Premier, Steven Marshall, paid his first visit to GIJ, and said it wouldn’t be his last. “What a great event for the people who are participating but also for the City of Mt Gambier; this is a festival the entire community gets behind,” he said. “This is a transforming event for the student participants; they’re enjoying the music, away from home, learning some additional skills…it’s something that all the people in South Australia should be very proud of.” Other special guests included Australian trucking magnate Lindsay Fox and his wife, Paula, and Jeff and Felicity Kennett. Both couples were at GIJ for their second successive year.

“It is the wholesomeness of it - over 5000 young people from all around Australia who love music,” Mr Kennett said. “It’s very well organised and to be quite honest, it’s terribly uplifting. I think this is one of the most underrated events in Australia, because all of these children come from all over the country, and then there are the musicians from overseas who come to play at the concerts; if I were still the Premier of Victoria, I would pinch this for Victoria.” Lindsay Fox added that ‘seeing is believing’: “Generations in Jazz is something that needs to be shown on a national basis to show the people of Australia and the regions our commitment to music and the youth of our country,” he said. Major winners from the City of Mount Gambier National Stage Band Awards, ANZ Vocal Ensemble Awards and the University of South Australia Small Jazz Combo Awards were revealed at today’s Finale Concert & Awards Ceremony, and Adelaide’s Marryatville High School dominated the top divisions of all three major categories. The school was named the Division 1 Stage Band winner ahead of Victoria’s Blackburn High School. Marryatville High also had the Best Small Jazz Combo, and the weekend’s top large lifestyle1.net | 39

vocal ensemble, and finished runnerup in the small group vocal ensemble. The top small group Division 1 Vocal Ensemble was Aquinas College (VIC). Melbourne’s Caulfield Grammar and St Peter’s College from Adelaide were the joint winners of the Division 2 Section 1 category of the National Stage Band Awards, and Balwyn High School (VIC) took out Section 2 of that division, with Westminster School (SA) finishing second. The Band Director’s Award for the most outstanding educator went to Philip Walsh from St Peter’s College in Adelaide. Two highly coveted scholarships designed to assist in career development were also handed out at GIJ. Perth tenor saxophone player Jayden Blockley won the $10,000 James Morrison Scholarship for instrumentalists, which is sponsored by Melbourne philanthropist Andrea Evans and family in recognition of the late Ron Evans’ wish to encourage jazz talent. Jayden, 19, will also receive a day’s recording at the ABC Studio in Sydney donated by ABC Jazz, which is valued at up to $5000. Jayden is currently in his second year studying a Bachelor of Music at the James Morrison Academy of Music, in Mount Gambier. Stephanie Russell, 20, from

Newcastle NSW secured the $5000 Vocal Scholarship sponsored by The Border Watch Newspaper. Stephanie is in her final year at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music majoring in Jazz Vocals. Mount Gambier cemented its reputation as the supreme host of the nation’s largest school jazz competition. Host venue The Barn served nearly 21,000 meals over the weekend, while all accommodation within a 100-kilometre radius of Mount Gambier was fully booked, with many of the participating schools billeted in halls, clubrooms and private homes across the region.


SPORT SOUTH BASEBALL CLUB AWARDS

Division one MVP & RBI Dean Hamilton

Division one runner-up MVP & batting average - Bruce Morale

Division one coach’s trophy Ryan Placucci

Division three MVP; batting average & RBI - Jason Henke

Under 15 runner-up MVP; coach’s trophy & 100 game milestone - Tarkyn Morale.

Jim Hamilton Playing Award - Ben Morale (pictured with Jim Hamilton)

Holland Non-Playing Trophy - Gary Bury

Division two RBI & batting average Hayden Timms

Junior Slugger Award - Deklin Joyce

Division two most improved Ryan Walter

Rhys Kirwan Memorial Award (senior slugger) - Jason Henke

Under 13 Gold trophy winners - Most Improved Nate Habner; MVP, batting average & RBI Deklin Joyce; and coach’s trophy Dylan Lewis

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LOCAL SPORT DEMONS DIG IN Nothing please a coach more than a team really grinding out a narrow win and it is even more pleasing when it is not concocted by your experienced leaders or established stars but your second tier players, the players still finding their way. That’s exactly the position Port MacDonnell coach Ben McGregor (pictured) finds himself in this week. In the same fixture last year, Hatherleigh handed out a 21 goal football lesson to a more experienced Demons line-up, but this time round, only a goal ahead as they took to the field in the last quarter against a strong breeze, Port MacDonnell refused to concede. Matthew Stark took some telling marks in a second half performance that earned him best afield honours in his role across half forward. At the other end, Nick Driver was a general across half back, while back pocket Brandon Newton was also influential, while Hamish Stevens returned after a long injury lay off and really broke the lines from his wing. “We didn’t capitalise as much as we should have early,” McGregor said. “In the end it wasn’t pretty, it was a real grind, but when you ask for a big last quarter effort and you get it, you have to be pleased.” Port MacDonnell’s two point victory was the only close contest of the round. Tantanoola got the job done over Nangwarry, Mt Burr brought Robe back to earth with a thud with a 10 goal win and Kalangadoo, again with a swag of goal kickers, outclassed Kongorong.

KNT FOOTBALL LADDER A GRADE Kaniva Leeor Penola Lucindale Keith Mundulla Padthaway Kybybolite Kingston Naracoorte Border Districts Bordertown

MAGPIES & EAGLES SOAR

CATS ARE ALL CLASS

SOUTH BREAKS DROUGHT

No surprises in round five action of Mid South East netball as the competition pacesetters continued to stamp their authority on the competition. Led by a dominant display through the middle of the court by Jayde Peacock, who is not only a sublime feeder into her shooting circle but also a key cog in Kalangadoo’s defensive unit, often creating turnover ball, and athletic goaler Melissa Russell, the reigning premiers had an expected convincing win over Kongorong. Despite a typically tenacious effort from Jessie Little and Brittany McEvoy providing a strong target in the shooting circle, the Hawks had no answer to the relentless defensive pressure from the Magpies and their slick ball movement. It was the experienced campaigners from the Eagles ensuring Hatherleigh had an expected strong victory over Port MacDonnell. Sarah Faulkner is as consistent as any mid courter in the competition and she rarely coughs up possession, while Keston Green (pictured) was at her best, presenting strongly and finishing with good accuracy. Kelsey Bromley led Tantanoola to a win over Nangwarry, while Mt Burr showed good composure to outlast the Roosters.

Before the weekend clash between Casterton Sandford and South Gambier, it loomed as a game of men versus boys and in reality that’s how it panned out. The bigger bodied Cats were able to dominate the clearances, outmark their opponents and wear the undermanned Demons down. Five goals each to Tynan Shannon and Callum Currie paved the way for the 68 point win, while a best on ground performance by Tom Sullivan, who also slotted two majors, was another highlight of the clash. Trent Nesbitt (pictured) was also one of the best for the Cats. Inaccuracy from the Cats in the final quarter, where four set shots, in range, went astray, arguably made for a more flattering scoreline but the good news for South Gambier is the form of its younger players. Kaleb Bowd has consistently been in the Demons’ best in this winless season, while Ty Opie continues to grow as a defender. Tom Rundle also showed good signs, while the class of Brett O’Neil, and the work rate of the Demons leader, were as impressive as always. The upside for the Cats, is they are not just winning but winning well against sides ranked below them and that consistent four quarter effort has not always been part of Casterton Sandford’s DNA.

Missing seven players from their A and A Reserve squad meant the Cats were facing an uphill battle in the weekend clash with South Gambier and in the end, the Demons, despite being challenged on a couple of occasions by the undermanned Cats, held on for a seven goal victory. Tilah Buckingham started in the shooting circle for this first time this season and her 16 from 20 in the opening stanza helped set up the win. The tenacity of Sharna Fidler was no match for the height of Buckingham and with some precision delivery from Lauren Duncan, Imogen Walker and Georgia Hood, South got off to a flier. Abbey Shannon took the goal keeper bib from quarter time on and while Buckingham was still the focal point and pivotal in the rebounding duels, Shannon created a lot of turnover ball. It was two young guns that got the job done for the Demons across four quarters with Zoe Duncan (pictured) at keeper and Tori McIntyre at wing defence getting a number of important touches to ensure the Demons were never headed. Leading by seven going into the last quarter, the Demons saw the Cats scrap their way back to a two goal margin but Duncan and Alyssa Boylan hunted some important interceptions to allow their attack line to rectify the scoreboard and bank the premiership points. The remaining round five matches are this weekend with Millicent heading to McDonald Park to take on the Bulldogs and West hosting North.

MSE FOOTBALL LADDER

PIONEERS START ROAD DOUBLE WITH A WIN

A GRADE P 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 5 5

W 5 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

L 0 0 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4

PTS 20 20 12 12 8 8 4 4 4 4 4

Kalangadoo Mt Burr Robe Hatherleigh Port MacDonnell Tantanoola Glencoe Kongorong Nangwarry

P 5 5 4 5 4 4 4 4 5

W 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 0 0

L 0 1 1 3 2 2 2 4 5

PTS 20 16 12 8 8 8 8 0 0

KNTFL LEADING GOALKICKERS

MSE LEADING GOALKICKERS

A GRADE

A GRADE

Ben Simounds (Keith) Nick Murphy (Kaniva Leeor) Adam Merrett (Penola) Tom Logan (Lucindale) Shawn Mansell (Border Districts) Jesse Salt (Kaniva Leeor) Heath Thorpe (Mundulla) Nick Hampel (Bordertown) Tim McIntyre (Mundulla) Tom Edwards (Padthaway)

25 22 20 17 16 16 15 14 14 14

Craig Pitt (Robe) Jake Pitt (Robe) Dylan Ridley (Mt Burr) Jake Turner (Port MacDonnell) Lachy Jones (Kalangadoo) Matt Faulkner (Hatherleigh) Ned Wilke (Port MacDonnell) Brodie Fabris (Hatherleigh) Jack Gregory (Mt Burr) Adam Gregory (Glencoe)

21 21 20 20 20 19 16 15 15 14

For the first time in Richard Hill’s tenure as head coach of the Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers, injuries have ravaged the championship club and facing a road double against quality opponents in Frankston and Kilsyth, the club’s brainstrust needed a solution – enter NBL star Tim Coenraad. The Illawarra Hawks small forward answered Hill’s SOS and his 25 point game, that included six three pointers, proved pivotal as the Pioneers won by that margin against Frankston on Saturday night. It was arguably the intangible that also played a role – his experience and leadership in a team missing skipper Tom Daly and star utility Brad Hill. Luke Thomas also again led the way for the visitors with a 26 point, 14 rebound game with good support from Erik Burdon (14); Luke Jamieson (12) and Kyle Tipene (11). Kane De Wit (pictured) also showed good composure again and made the most of his 25 minutes on court in the absence of the team’s established stars and new recruit Majok Deng, from the Adelaide 36ers. The consistency of effort would also have pleased coach Hill, with the Pioneers outshooting the Blues in the paint and beyond the arc and also outrebounding the home side. Sunday’s game loomed as the greater challenge as the Pioneers took on Kilsyth – check out our facebook page for that result. PHOTO BY FRANK MONGER

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LOCAL SPORT SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL A GRADE Branxholme-Wallacedale 4.2 7.6 9.13 14.18 (102) Cavendish 4.0 7.2 8.5 12.6 (78) Goals - Branxholme-Wallacedale: R. Gordon 3; J. Overall, L. Ewing, R. Wheeler 2; J. Bradley, T. Cogger, E. Manders, K. Taylor, O. Adorno. Cavendish: R. McNaughlton 4; D. Fisher, B. Cooper 2; J. O’Brien, T. Vearing, D. Praolini, C. Walsh. Best - Branxholme-Wallacedale: S. Lambevski, E. Manders, H. Goodman, J. Overall, J. Grayland, K. Copeland. Cavendish: A. Luhrs, A. Brun, J. Brown, D. Fisher, R. McNaughton, W. MacDonald. Heywood 2.3 5.8 5.8 10.10 (70) Westerns 2.2 2.3 5.8 7.9 (51) Goals - Heywood: W. Barker-Lovvett, R. Raymond, P. Baust 2; N. Johnstone, J. Walker, W. Bell, M. Bunworth. Westerns: S. Ray, R. Cracknell, C. Anson, B. England, P. Proctor, M. Bunney, K. Anson. Best - Heywood: W. Barker-Lovett, E. Blacksell, W. Bell, R. Raymond, K. Bunworth, N. Johnstone. Westerns: N. Haylock, W. Doodt, C. Anson, B. England, B. Koenig, S. O’Brien. Tyrendarra 4.3 5.4 7.5 8.8 (56) Coleraine 1.1 1.4 3.6 5.9 (39) Goals - Tyrendarra: T. Deans 4; T. O’Connell, M. Pitt, J. Cocks, B. Bentley. Coleraine: T. Hogan, L. Kaine, J. Povey, T. Fischer, K. Rowland. Best - Tyrendarra: D. Jennings, B. Bentley, R. Outtram, L. Thorpe, J, Hawker, T. O’Connell. Coleraine: M. Lang, J. Brody, T. Gleeson, B. Manders, T. Hogan, K. Rowland. Heathmere 6.6 9.9 15.14 21.17 (143) Dartmoor 3.2 7.5 9.7 12.8 (80) Goals - Heathmere: M. Lenehan, L. Davis, M. Wilson 5; R. Pickett 2; K. Nagorcka, L. Sartori, C. McNabb, S. Byron. Dartmoor: Z. Michau 4; C. Howlett 3; J. Roptini, S. Walsh-Bannam, D. Lynch, L. Polaski, J. Woodall. Best - Heathmere: C. McNabb, M. Riddell, J. Nagorcka, R. Pickett, B. Jasper, M. Gore. Dartmoor: J. Woodall, L. Polaski, D. Lynch, J. Casey, S. Walsh-Bannam, J. Roptini.

HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Camperdown 2.5 5.7 8.9 10.15 (75) Hamilton Kangaroos 3.2 6.6 9.8 10.11 (71) Goals - Camperdown: I. Stephens 3; F. Lucas 2; S. Cunnington, L. O’Neil, M. Field, J. Mahony, R. Arnold. Hamilton Kangaroos: J. Pepper, D. Russell 3; J. Meulendyks, R. Gill, H. Douglas, T. Ross. Best - Camperdown: L. O’Neil, F. Lucas, L. Mahony, I. Stephens, J. Mahony, J. Williams. Hamilton Kangaroos: J. Cleaver, D. Russell, J. McINtosh, R. Gill, C. Quinn, B. Hicks. South Warrnambool 3.4 4.5 9.13 10.15 (75) Portland 0.4 3.7 3.9 7.10 (52) Goals - South Warrnambool: K. Eagleson 3; Z. Sruth, S. Beks 2; P. Anderson, J. Hussey, B. Annett. Portland: T. Sharp 2; N. Valori, D. Barr, T. Lovell, L. Crane, A. Shepherd. Best - South Warrnambool: S. Beks, H. Lee, E. Harvey, J. Saunders, I. Thomas, S. Thompson. Portland: D. Jackson, T. Sharp, B. Uebergang, R. Egan, D. Falcone, A. Shepherd.

MID SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL Kaniva Leeor 0.4 9.7 12.9 16.10 (106) Lucindale 0.0 4.0 9.1 12.4 (76) Goals - Kaniva Leeor: N. Murphy 6; J. Salt 3; J. Jarred, A. Brown 2; S. Williams-Bale, C. Hitchcock, S. Snook. Lucindale: S. Mardling 4; H. Legoe 3; S. Spriggs 2; N. Cane, T. Logan, A. Eckerman. Best - Kaniva Leeor: N. Bowles, B. Dodson, N. Murphy, A. Brown, S. Williams-Bale, T. Stribling. Lucindale: D. McCarthy, H. Legoe, T. Logan, S. Graetz, L. Kelsh, J. Watson. Naracoorte 2.1 8.3 13.8 15.9 (99) Padthaway 3.2 6.3 9.4 12.7 (79) Goals - Naracoorte: C. Ladhams 5; S. Patterson 3; D. Myall, F. Stephan 2; J. Bell, S. Willson, J. Bettoncelli. Padthaway: L. Harder 6; A. Longbottom, C. Williams 2; T. Moyle-Read, J. Dicker. Best - Naracorote: N. Davey, J. Bell, S. Patterson, R. Jones, F. Stephan, J. Cother. Padthaway: L. Harder, T. Edwards, B. Leahy, C. Williams, K. Tucker. Penola 5.5 11.8 16.15 19.17 (131) Bordertown 1.1 2.2 5.4 5.5 (35) Goals - Penola: L. Walker, S. Gartner 4; A. Merrett 3; J. Galpin, B. Foster, D. Bunnik 2; T. Moore, D. Hockwill. Bordertown: N. Hampel 3; J. Searle, T. Underwood. Best - Penola: J. Pfitzner, S. Merrett, J. Galpin, A. Moore, J. Currie, B. Foster. Bordertown: B. Shuttleworth, S. Copestick, R. Tink, C. Sandercock, S. Sandercock, N. Hampel. Border Districts 0.6 5.11 8.12 10.17 (77) Kingston 5.3 5.6 7.8 7.9 (51) Goals - Border Districts: S. Mansell 4; J. Baron, L. Bowd, K. Phillips, N. Rayner, L. Nicholas, N. McIver. Kingston: M. Wakefield 3; H. Lawrie 2; C. Healy, R. Starling. Best -Border Districts: K. Phillips, Z. Edwards, G. Hampton, N. Rayner, D. Skinner, J. Baron. Kingston: H. Lawrie, J. Armfield, D. Vertudaches, J. Wiseman, M. Wakefield, L. Exton.

B GRADE Keith 12.6 (78) d Mundulla 8.4 (52) Lucindale 12.10 (82) d Kaniva Leeor 5.7 (37) Naracoorte 10.14 (74) d Pathaway 2.3 (15) Penola 16.6 (102) d Nordertown 2.11 (23) Border Districts 13.11 (89) d Kingston 9.12 (66)

SENIOR COLTS

Keith 9.7 (61) d Mundulla 4.6 (30) Kaniva Leeor 15.5 (95) d Padthaway/Lucindale 0.0 (0) Penola 13.14 (92) d Bordertown 2.0 (12) Kingston 10.7 (67) d Naracoorte 2.3 (15)

JUNIOR COLTS Keith 11.4 (70) d Mundulla 0.0 (0) Naracoortte 10.6 (66) d Padthaway/Lucindale 1.0 (6) Penola 10.12 (72) d Bordertown 1.1 (7) Kingston 10.6 (66) d Border Districts 1.5 (11)

SE VETERANS GOLF

WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL

HOCKEY RESULTS

Division 1 Men West 2 d Cavaliers 0 Division 1/2 Women Tigers (D1) 3 d Tigers (D2) 1 Division 2 Men Cavaliers 3 drew with West 3 Portland 2 drew with Strikers 2 Division 2 Women Portland 2 d Strikers 1 West 5 d Naracoorte 2 Division 3 Men Tigers 5 d Redbacks 0 West 4 d Cavaliers 1 Strikers 2 d Portland 0 Division 3 Women Tigers 0 drew with Redbacks 0 Portland 2 drew with Strikers 2 U15 Boys Strikers 2 d Portland 0 West 5 d Cavaliers 0 U15 Girls Portland 1 drew with Strikers 1 U12 Boys Strikers 6 d Portland 0 Redbacks 2 d Tigers 1 West 3 d Cavaliers 0

B GRADE Casterton Sandford 22.14 (146) d South Gambier 0.1 (1)

UNDER 17.5 South Gambier 9.7 (61) d Casterton Sandford 6.7 (43)

UNDER 15 South Gambier 8.12 (60) d Casterton Sandford 3.3 (21)

UNDER 13 South Gambier 14.13 (97) d Casterton Sandford 0.0 (0)

KNT FOOTBALL A GRADE Keith 5.1 7.5 11.10 12.14 (86) Mundulla 5.1 6.1 8.3 11.5 (71) Goals- Keith: B. Simounds 7; G. Johnson 2; B. Laurie, P. Makin, J. Jones. Mundulla: H. Thorpe 4; W. Nankivell, N. Mosey 2; D. Ridgway, T. McIntyre, J. McGrice. Best - Keith: B. Simounds, B. Laurie, G. Thring, T. Geyer, C. Woolford, A. Wilson. Mundulla: M. Young, J. McGrice, E. Jaeschke, N. Gregurke, T. Ballinger, W. Nankivell.

Tantanoola 3.5 8.7 16.13 22.24 (156) Nangwarry 2.2 3.2 3.2 3.2 (20) Goals - Tantanoola: G. Ha 7; R. Versace, C. Hamilton 4; S. Hanniford, S. Varcoe, J. Williams 2; B. Reilly. Nangwarry: D. Podobnik, B. Deamer, M. Khan. Best - Tantanoola: B. Reilly, M. Kipping, C. Hamilton, G. Ha, M. Hunter, J. McRostie. Nangwarry: J. DeJong, S. Brooksby, S. DeJong, B. Deamer, J. Virtanen, H. Dunn. Mt Burr 4.5 11.9 14.14 17.22 (124) Robe 3.2 3.4 6.6 9.8 (62) Goals - Mt Burr: J. Gregory 4; T. Renzi, D. Bowering, D. Ridley 2; E. Glass, N. Muhovics, T. Redden, B. Hennink, J, Fiebig, P. Guyett, H. Crauford. Robe:C. Pitt 3; J. Pitt, J. Kelly 2; K. Cuthbertson, L. Crawford. Best - Mt Burr: N. Muhovics, J. Fiebig, D. Ridley, H. Crauford, B. Hennink, T. Stanley. Robe: J. Kelly, J. Wehl, J. Pitt, E. Regnier. Port MacDonnell 5.7 5.7 9.12 11.15 (81) Hatherleigh 4.1 8.3 10.4 12.7 (79) Goals -Pt Mac: N. Wilke 3; D. McElroy 2; M. Smith, M. Roscow, H. Stevens, A. McGregor, M. Strark, J. Turner. Hatherleigh: J. Sullivan 3; J. Wight, T. Merrett 2; H. Biddle, B. Fabris, J. Bateman, J. Wight, B. Wight. Best - Pt Mac: M. Stark, N. Driver, B. Newton, H. Stevens, N. Wilke, L. Tilley. Hatherleigh: T. Watson, R. Rayson, L. MacGregor, J. Wight, J. Guy. Kalangadoo 8.2 12.3 17.8 20.9 (129) Kongorong 4.1 6.4 7.5 7.8 (50) Goals - Kalangadoo: M. Krieger 4; L. Jones, M. Fatchen, T. McManus 3; B. Lindner, L. Larson 2; B. gregory, B. Auld, A. Stone. Kongorong: B. Saffin 2; B. Drew, J. Wright, J. Smith, J. Simkin, M. Cordy. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Fatchen, M. Lowe, B. Lindner, T. McManus, D. Jeffree, N. Reeves. Kongorong: J. Wright, P. Ellis, H. Evans, M. Waters, B. Kranz.

B GRADE Nangwarry 6.10 (46) d Tantanoola 6.9 (45) Mt Burr 7.3 (45) d Robe 5.13 (43) Hatherleigh 12.10 (82) d Port MacDonnell 2.7 (19) Kongorong 12.3 (75) d Kalangadoo 7.4 (46)

SENIOR COLTS Tantanoola 17.9 (111) d Nangwarry 8.8 (56) Mt Burr 12.12 (84) d Robe 6.4 (40) Hatherleigh 18.9 (117) d Port MacDonnell 4.4 (28) Kongorong 21.15 (141) d Kalangadoo 3.0 (18)

JUNIOR COLTS Tantanoola 7.4 (46) d Nangwarry 7.2 (44) Robe 8.6 (54) d Mt Burr 2.0 (12) Hatherleigh 9.5 (59) d Port MacDonnell 3.2 (20) Kongorong 12.14 (86) d Kalanagadoo 1.2 (8)

MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL

Above - Bronwyn Nicholson was dangerous in front of goal all night as she scored a pair in West’s 5-2 win over Naracoorte in Division 2 Women.

A GRADE

Below - Charli Hockey try’s to add her name to the score sheet in Division 2 Women.

A RESERVE

SPLIT ROUND A GRADE Casterton Sandford 3.1 9.3 15.3 17.8 (110) South Gambier 2.0 4.3 5.5 6.6 (42) Goals - Casterton Sandford: T. Shannon, C. Currie 5; T. Sullivan 2; C. Jarrad, B. Galpin, K. Carlin, J. Stephenson, R. Killey. South: T. Reid 2; B. Bryant, N. Patzel, J. Capewell, B. Howard. Best - Casterton Sandford: T. Sullivan, T. Shannon, C. Currie, T. Nesbitt, A. Cleary, B. Galpin. South: K. Bowd, T. Saffin, B. O’Neil, T. Opie, N. Patzel, T. Rundle.

A GRADE

Tantanoola 68 (K. Bromley, E. Gould) d Nangwarry 44 (C. Ploenges, T. Wilson); Mt Burr 60 (S. Wallis, L. Schultz) d Robe 45 (L. Hawkins, K. Moore); Hatherleigh 53 (S. Faulkner, K. Green) d Port MacDonnell 30 (B. Hawkins, M. Hein); Kalangadoo 76 (M. Russell, J. Peacock) d Kongorong 46 (B. McEvoy, J. Little) Tantanoola 58 (M. Fleming, K. Rowe) d Nangwarry 28 (D. Pearce, T. James); Robe 52 (J. Nunan, A. Culley) d Mt Burr 28 (S. Lowndes, K. Gamble); Port MacDonnell 51 (M. Millard, C. Tremelling) d Hatherleigh 40 (C. Pink, E. Sullivan); Kalangadoo 38 (N. Ryan, L. Ilsley) d Kongorong 23 (E. Lightbody, K. Loughhead)

B GRADE

The field at Bordertown for the latest outing of South East Golf Veterans was 57, a great result for that club. Both divisions were taken out by Naracoorte players. Brian Sherlock continued his purple patch scoring 37 points, and counting out Ian Regnier and Brian Slape with their 37s in division one. Paul Clark had another 37 points in division two to win from Jim Hyland, Tank Thompson and Roy Mitchell, all with 36 points. There were five NTPs, won by David Lowe, Graham Pilgrim, Ian Regnier, Viv Bennison and Chris Leach, and balls ran down to 31 points. The Ross Orchard was taken out by Colin Rex and Barrie Young. The next trip is to Harrow, for a three way challenge with the Wimmera and Glenelg Districts on May 21, and organisers are hoping for another good rollup, as some of the players in the opposing groups have to travel a long way to play for this annual day. The following week is at Naracoorte on May 28, where Glenelg turn up again for another challenge.

Tantanoola 51 (M. Rice, S. Peters) d Nangwarry 37 (E. Holmes, K. Shepherd); Robe 55 (A. Kunze, J. Hayes) d Mt Burr 19 (K. Burchell, A. Lambert); Port MacDonnell 48 (C. Lewis, C. Smith) d Hatherleigh 25 (N. Thomas, E. Leopold); Kalangadoo 26 (J. Kilsby, K. Blackmore) d Kongorong 25 (E. Shepherd, T. Wilsmore)

B RESERVE Tantanoola 52 (A. Loader, S. Bruttomesso) d Nangwarry 20 (M. Hodgson, K. McNair); Mt Burr 34 (R. Fox, M. Anderson) d Robe 33 (J. Hawkins, L. Peel); Hatherleigh 31 (L. Fabris, F. Jackman) d Port MacDonnell 23 (J. Davis, J. Boyd); Kongorong 38 (S. Hargreaves, C. Weaver) d Kalangadoo 18 (H. Scholz, T. Grosvenor)

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Tantaoola 38 (E. Gould, M. Telfer-Scott) d Nangwarry 8 (E. Lawson, A. Lawson); Robe 56 (L. Perkins, M. Keane) d Mt Burr 38 (L. Corman, A. Fox); Hatherleigh 35 (M. Thwaites, M. Pulmer) d Port MacDonnell 28 (E. Leggett, P. Killender); Kalangadoo 53 (J. Ryan, C. Croser) d Kongorong 6 (A. Trahar, E. Driscoll) 23

15 & UNDER Nangwarry 35 (H. Vanderhorst, S. Skratek) d Tantnaoola 23 (K. Kockrum, M. Kelly); Mt Burr 82 (A. Collyer, S. Fox) d Robe 12 (M. Hayes, A. Turner); Hatherleigh 63 (T. Doecke, L. Brown) d Port MacDonnell 14 (H. Collins, A. Jones); Kalangadoo 49 (S. Ryan, H. Watson) d Kongorong 20 (O. Weber, M. Buckingham)

13 & UNDER Tantanoola 55 (E. Cytrowski, C. Taylor) d Nangwarry 5 (T. Cranwell, K. Roissetter); Mt Burr 51 (A. Ballantyne, M. Gamble) d Robe 14 (A. Birchall, L. Hayes); Hatherleigh 67 (L. Haines, C. Oewn) d Port MacDonnell 10 (A. Smith, B. Jones); Kalangadoo 25 (A. Joyce, C. Peacock) d Kongorong 24 (J. Bawden, J. McKinnon)


SPORT TIGERS BASEBALL CLUB AWARDS

KNT NETBALL A GRADE Keith 57 (M Wachtel, V Ross) d Mundulla 42 (P Marra, J Wiese); Lucindale 78 (N Smart, K Justin) d K/L United 39 (B Clark, S Vivian); Naracoorte 80 (B Sinclair, K Gill) d Padthaway 23 (H Grady, K Moyle-Read); Bordertown 62 d Penola 55; Kingston 45 (E Peters, S Lewis) d Border Districts 40 (E Hausler, A Thorpe)

A RESERVE Keith 55 (S Smith, M Makin) d Mundulla 23 (K Rowett, A Crafter); Lucindale 54 (J Bittner, T Ferguson) d K/L United 36 (E Hicks, J Eastick); Naracoorte 66 (B Harris, S Bates) d Padthaway 16 (L Richards, E Dempster); Penola 54 d Bordertown 45; Kingston 28 (G Mills, C Burns) d Border Districts 23 (M Jordan, E Cockburn)

B GRADE

Division one trophy winners Karl Ransom (runner-up MVP & Player’s Choice MVP); Tyler Horrigan (MVP & RBIs) & Jesse Foster (batting average).

Division two trophy winners- (Back row) - Matt Thompson & Jayden Ballintyne (joint runner-up MVP). Front row Branden Telford (batting average & RBIs) & Alex Harkness (MVP)

Division three trophy winners Phil Clark (runner-up MVP; batting average & RBIs) & Marcus Thomson (MVP)

Keith 53 (T Rehn, E Millhouse) d Mundulla 35 (R Colwill, N Mead); Lucindale 39 (L McCarthy, C Weaver) d K/L United 30 (S Brown, A Hood); Naracoorte 68 (M Riley, M Pretlove) d Padthaway 23 (S Crowther, D Woodman) Penola 61 d Bordertown 26

C GRADE Mundulla 39 (S Malcolm, M Chalk) d Keith 31 (J Towill, S Bunnett); K/L United 39 (Z Fisher, K King) d Lucindale 30 (T O’Brien, S Ferguson); Naracoorte 46 (M Clark, T Williamson) d Padthaway 22 (J Kakoschke, J Kerrr) Penola 55 d Bordertown 20; Kingston 42 (D Kennett, C Wright) d Border Districts 27 (T Tranter, M Vilde)

17 & UNDER Keith 49 (B Eriksen, N Gericke) d Mundulla 31 (A Young, T Pilgrim); Lucindale 57 (J Bittner, G Bittner) d K/L United 11 (G Hodges, K Schuller); Penola 53 d Bordertown 14 Kingston 34 (C Hutchinson, E Wright) d Border Districts 15

16 & UNDER Mundulla 37 (K Lock, K Couzner) d Keith 24 (J Gilbertson, E Mewett); Naracoorte 58 (G Romer, G Collins) d Padthaway 28 (E Fretwell, K Woodman); Bordertown 41 d Penola 37

15 & UNDER Under 15 trophy winners - Tom Foote (most improved); Tyrone May (MVP) & Blake Lentsment (batting average & joint coach’s trophy). Absent: Tarkyn Morale (runner-up MVP & joint coach’s trophy)

Milestone men - Kevin Telfer (200); Phil Clark (200) & Arron Griffiths (100)

Under 13 Blue trophy winners - Henry Martin (coach’s trophy); Cooper McCann (MVP) & Cooper Pitkin (runner-up MVP)

Keith 64 (K Rodert, T Donaldson) d Mundulla 34 (D Lovelock, M Green); Lucindale 46 (K Edmonds, I Stock) d K/L United 14 (E Ansell, C Palmer); Bordertown 46 d Penola 44; Border Districts 38 d Kingston 19 (E Pilmore, R Rowett)

13 & UNDER A Keith 38 (M Llewellyn, I Ross) d Mundulla 28 (E Mock, L Bertus); Naracoorte 37 (C duRand, T Brunt) d Padthaway 17 (K Longbottom, A Schulz); Bordertown 40 d Penola 20; Border Districts 39 d Kingston 19 (T Daniel, S Miller)

13 & UNDER B Lucindale 24 d K/L United 4; Border Districts 23 d Kingston 6 (T Pink, P Stenner)

Under 13 Gold trophy winners Jacob Ireland (MVP) & Kaelen Mee (coach’s trophy). Absent: Alex Merrett (runner-up MVP).

Under 13 Black trophy winners Levi Seager (runner-up MVP) & Bohdi Bros (coach’s trophy). Absent: Banjo Sampson (MVP).

Under 17 Most Improved - Zac Parsons

100 game milestone - Stuart Malcolm

HAMPDEN NETBALL

WESTERN BORDER NETBALL SPLIT ROUND • A GRADE

15 & UNDER A

A GRADE

South Gambier 53 (T. McIntyre, T. Buckingham) d Casterton Sandford 46 (T. Perry, G. Tomkins)

South Gambier 73 (S. Boston, T. Redemski) d Casterton Sandford 5 (E. Jarrad, C. Galpin)

A RESERVE

15 & UNDER B

Hamilton Kangaroos 32 (S. Holcombe, M. Beavis, M. Casey) d Camperdown 22 (G. Vick, L. Sinnott, G. McLeod); South Warrnambool 42 d Portland 24 (G. Bryden, Z. John, S. Dent)

Casterton Sandford 75 (N. Rhook, R. Newell) d South Gambier 42 (C. Grubb, J. Earle)

Casterton Sandford 27 (E. Jarrad, C. Galpin) d South Gambier 23 (C. Sims, M. Reid)

B GRADE

13 & UNDER A

Casterton Sandford 50 (L. Lane, P. Cameron) d South Gambier 34 (E. Waters, J. O’Neil)

South Gambier 45 (S. Adams, A. Cooper) d Casterton Sandford 15 (E. Jarrad, C. Foster)

C GRADE

13 & UNDER B

South Gambier 49 (S. Donaschenz, E. Botha) d Casterton Sandford 31 (M. Kurzman, S. Parsons)

11 & UNDER

17 & UNDER South Gambier 90 (I. Walker, J. Earle) d Casterton Sandford 12 (M. Mutch, D. Crawford)

South Gambier 20 (S. Pedflar, E. Wilke) d Casterton Sandford 17 (Z. Hill, S. Hart) Casterton Sandford 24 (M. Rees, C. Hulm) d South Gambier 1 (M. Lawrence, I. Lawrence)

SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL A GRADE Westerns 77 (B. Polaski, T. Rowe, S. Mirtschin) d Heywood 19 (L. Gibbins, S . Malseed, J. Lovett); Tyrendarra 48 (J. Piergrosse, K. Nunan, M. Nash) d Coleraine 22 (E. Brewster, C. Plunkett, S. McKay); Heathmere 48 (A. Holmes, N. Ooi-Cleary, H. Ball) d Dartmoor 24 (C. Finnigan, R. Vankalken, M. Hamill); Cavendish 68 (M. Dohle, C. Crawford, K. Pickford) d Branxholme-Wallacedale 33 (M. Pepper, L. Wheeler, A. Pepper)

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