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BOOK FAIR Mount Gambier City Hall will be transformed into a mecca for book lovers on September 8 and 9 when the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier hosts is fourth Book Fair. More than 1000 pre-loved books will be up for sale with most sitting below the $5 mark. It has taken around eight working bees to sort through the stacks of pre-loved books with the usual categories of gardening, cooking, craft, and an array of novels all ready for a new home. This year the Book Fair will hold a special attraction for those with an interest in railways, royalty and Australiana, as donations have been very strong in these categories of pre-loved reading. Supported by the City of Mount Gambier, through its donation of the City Hall venue, the 2018 Book Fair will be directing its funds to drought relief. “We are partnering with at least one Rotary Club in Queensland and sending
the money direct to them,” Rotarian Alan Richardson said. “That way we will know who it’s going to and how it will be used.” Entry is via the Cave Gardens entrance to the City Hall and by gold coin donation with a 9am start on both days of the sale. Morning and afternoon tea will also be on offer with a $5 cuppa and scones on the menu and it is an event for the whole family with a good selection of children’s
books also ready to entertain and educate a new generation. There is also a bumper raffle, with prizes totalling more that $400 in value. ROTARY BOOK FAIR September 8 & 9, 2018 Mount Gambier City Hall Cave Gardens Entrance Gold Coin Donation
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IT’S NOT ABOUT LABELS - IT’S ABOUT RESILIENCE Sandra Pankhurst is not big on labels and when the book jacket detailing her life as told to author Sarah Krasnostein was set to list a swag of them that
cakes. Basically now I don’t give a damn – my life is an open book.” The Trauma Cleaner is that book, written by Krasnostein, who is a writer and a lawyer with a doctorate in criminal law. It details a life that fits broadly under the umbrella, truth is stranger than fiction. Sandra’s life has a lot of twists and turns, triumphs and tragedies, but what it is most of all is a story of resilience. When the labels are stripped away, it tells the story of overcoming adversity, not allowing your fears to control you and living your best life. “Doing the book was a very cathartic experience,” Sandra said. “It is my chance to speak my truth, to be open and honest and be who I am.” And be warned, Sandra’s truth is as confronting and disturbing as it is thought provoking and inspiring. From a childhood steeped in violence and rejection to her current role of cleaning up after the living and the dead, who have not been able to rise above what life throws at them, The Trauma Cleaner, as the book jacket so starkly announces, covers every chapter of Sandra’s journey husband and father, drag queen, sex reassignment patient, sex worker, small businesswoman, trophy wife – with hardware store owner, cleaning business operator, Victoria’s first female funeral director, local government representative and rape victim also part of the journey. And if the process of putting the book together was cathartic, the book
applied to her life thus far she did balk. “I was a bit confronted,” Sandra said. “Then the sales person in me came out and I realised it would sell like hot
club visits and public talks have also been pivotal. “It has been the most overwhelming experience,” she said. “I expected a 50-50 audience at best in terms of accepting me but I have had overwhelming support. All those years of being scared of myself and what for? We all need to start living our best life. People are not as judgemental as I thought they would be. They are very warm, very interested and very curious.” A testament to how raw Sandra’s story is and how it is told through Sarah’s expertise in The Trauma Cleaner, is many of Sandra’s friends have found reading the award winning book too difficult. “Friends that have known me for years did find the book too challenging,” Sandra said. “They said
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LITERARY ACCOLADES FOR THE TRAUMA CLEANER • Winner, Victorian Prize for Literature, 2018 • Winner, Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction, 2018 • Winner, Australian Book Industry Awards, General Non-Fiction Book of the Year, 2018 • Winner, Dobbie Literary Award, 2018 • Shortlisted, Indie Book Award for Nonfiction, 2018 • Shortlisted, ABIA Matt Richell Award for New Writer of the Year, 2018 • Shortlisted, Dobbie Literary Award for a first time published author, 2018
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‘we love you for you but reading how difficult things were for you is too painful’.” Even Sandra, who is not an avid reader, aside from the morning newspaper, chose the audio book route to hear her life story and found herself in tears from time to time. “It was quite overwhelming and brought me to tears,” Sandra said. “And I thought what the hell am I doing, I already lived this. It was a reality check though and brought a lot of things back.” Sandra feels strongly that everything that has led to her latest incarnation as a trauma cleaner, someone who cleans up murder scenes and drug labs, who wades through the homes of hoarders, sometimes through metres of accumulated rubbish. “I do believe everything happens for a reason,” Sandra said. And what started out as a job she genuinely struggled with, sometimes working 72 hours straight to clean, has morphed into a part time counselling role, where she doesn’t just deal with the bricks and mortar situation but also the emotional scars of those for whom she is cleaning. Tickets for this Thursday’s Mount Gambier Library event are $6 and available from the library or over the phone via credit card payment on (08)8721 2540.
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NEW LEADER FOR COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Beyond the Bell Great South Coast’s first community development officer Tatiana Resk Wilson sees herself as a global citizen but her new role hits close to home. “As a community development practitioner, I’ve worked in many projects around the world and Beyond the Bell has an interesting methodology in becoming a sustainable initiative and in how it approaches what it is trying to do,” Ms Resk Wilson said. “That was very appealing to me, and I also have a strong interest as a mum in improving the educational outcomes of our region.” Ms Resk Wilson joins executive officer Adele Kenneally and administration and communications office Ailiche Goddard Clegg as the backbone support for the regional network. As community development officer, Ms Resk Wilson will liaise with and support the Beyond the Bell Corangamite, Glenelg, Moyne, Southern Grampians and Warrnambool
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local action groups and working groups. “We aim to be a lifeline for this huge network of people to provide them with support, drive and tools to facilitate their work on the ground,” she said. Beyond the Bell is also providing funding support for project workers and resources in local action groups across the region. Originally from Brazil, Ms Resk Wilson came to Australia in 2001 to study international relations. After later working in Angola assisting former soldiers to integrate back into society, she returned to Australia eight years ago and is now a naturalised citizen. Since moving to Port Fairy with her husband Robert Wilson, she has had two main roles; as a mother of three children and also as manager of the Port Fairy Community House. “My passion is community development and I’ve always been active in the community where I live,” she said. “From a personal view, to be involved in something with a regional scope and with such outreach and long-term impact is an enormous opportunity. One of my priorities is to strongly engage with the community and stakeholders and the best way to provide support is face-to-face contact so I will be regularly travelling across the whole region.” Beyond the Bell is a Collective Impact initiative that engages with all sectors of the community to improve educational and health and wellbeing outcomes for young people in the Great South Coast.
FOUNDATION FUNDING ON OFFER Stand Like Stone will award more than $60,000 in small grants and scholarships as part of the annual Small Grants and Educational Scholarship rounds, which opened on August 15. Since its inception the Foundation has delivered over $1.3 million in direct benefits to Limestone Coast communities through its scholarships and granting programs. Stand Like Stone was established in 2004 by a passionate group of people from across the region seeking to create a community fund, or endowment, to benefit the region in perpetuity. Donations to Stand Like Stone are never spent, but are held in trust and invested to maximise income. Income earned is then granted in the form of grants for charitable projects and scholarships to local individuals. Stand Like Stone works in partnership with donors, local organisations and community leaders to strengthen communities and increase opportunities. The community foundation aims to build relationships and networks to understand and respond to the immediate and longterm needs of the community Stand Like Stone’s operations are funded through generous sponsorship arrangements with local councils and organisations. This generosity of sponsors enables community confidence that donations to Stand Like Stone are not spent on administration and will deliver maximum benefit to the local community. “With over $4 million in trust and the ongoing support of the region, Stand Like Stone will continue to make a difference and grow our local communities. Our Vision is to invest in our community for lasting impact, and it is through our small grants and scholarship programs that we achieve this Vision,” said Stand Like Stone Foundation chair Bill DeGaris. Stand Like Stone Foundation’s Spring Organisations can apply for grants of up to $5000 for charitable projects that benefit Limestone Coast communities and will have up until 5pm on September 30 to apply for funding. Scholarship funding is available for individuals with a connection to the Limestone Coast, seeking financial support to achieve their educational goals in 2019. Scholarships are open to all ages and are available to support education from kindergarten through to tertiary and trade based education. Scholarship applications are open until 5pm, October 31. For more information on the Stand Like Stone Foundation or the granting and scholarship programs contact executive officer Georgie McKay on (08)8721 0480 or visit www.standlikestone.com.au
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Salmon pasta bake 300g wholemeal penne pasta 500g cauliflower, cut into florets 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 brown onion, finely chopped 2 large garlic cloves, crushed 2 x 400g cans cherry tomatoes
2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar 415g can red salmon, drained, flaked 60g baby spinach 100g fresh ricotta, crumbled 30g finely shredded parmesan Small fresh basil leaves, to serve
Method Preheat the oven to 200°C/180°C fan forced. Cook the penne in a large saucepan of boiling water for 7 minutes, adding the cauliflower for the last 3 minutes of cooking. Drain well. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a large, deep frying pan over medium heat. Add the onion and cook, stirring, for 5 minutes or until soft. Add the garlic and cook, stirring, for 30 seconds. Add the tomato and balsamic vinegar. Season.
REUSE MARKET SET TO OPEN SOON Under the guidance of a new coordinator, the ReUse Market is taking shape at Eucalypt Drive as the City of Mount Gambier continues to work towards its opening later this year. Newly appointed ReUse Market Coordinator Rebecca Mobbs has experience in the waste management and recycling fields, in addition to extensive industrial, commercial and retail experience and a passion to reduce waste going to landfill. Council encourages anyone with unwanted, good quality items around their home to hold on to them as the ReUse Market will soon be ready to take donations in the coming weeks. “There is a lot of excitement within the community about the facility, particularly as it will be the only reuse facility in the Limestone Coast. Keep an eye out over the next few weeks as Council will be calling for donations of useful items that are no longer needed around your home,” City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard said. Prior to the opening of the ReUse Market, Council will be encouraging customers to sort their loads to reduce unnecessary waste to landfill and save on dumping fees for customers as part of the ‘sort and save’ initiative. “City of Mount Gambier aims to lead the way in the war on waste as we continue to work towards creating innovative ways to reduce waste to landfill,” Mr Izzard said. Community collaboration will also be an important element of the ReUse Market and already the Independent
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A LANDMARK MASTERPIECE 14 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier
Sometimes a property just ticks all the boxes and thatâ€™s the case with 14 Wehl Street, Mount Gambier.
This timeless home, on a 1868m2 block has as many impressive features outside as it has in the home. There is a superb outdoor entertaining area overlooking beautifully Centrally located, this is a private and impressive grand maintained lush gardens and lawn, and there are two separate residence with a flexible floor plan with multiple formal and garages that accommodate up to four cars, with multiple access casual, spacious living areas. It boasts original features throughout, points plus carport. An inspection is a must. including Baltic floors, leadlight, ornate high ceilings, gorgeous fireplaces with mantles and a breathtaking central hallway. 4 bed 1 bath 4 car | $689,000 The kitchen is state-of-the-art featuring master chef jarrah, granite and stainless steel, as well as the luxury of a separate walk in pantry. Then thereâ€™s a hobby and games room, complete with a dedicated storage room, as well as three or four airy and elegant bedrooms or office space. Solar panels, a wine cellar, a booth, lobby and sunroom are all part of this feature-packed property.
RE/MAX Limestone Real Estate 121 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier Graeme Cleves 0419 806 410 Phone: 8725 8037 www.remax-limestone.com.au RlLA 263 296
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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290
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4 Jacaranda Court
2 Aquarius Court
23 Dalkeith Drive
84 Lake Terrace East
Sought after location loaded with features, tastefully renovated kitchen/living/dining equipped with chef quality appliances. The rear yard boasts a 10m X 10m (approx) industrial OPEN quality workman’s shed fully powered and designed SAT with sliding doors for easy 9.30 - 10.00 access for the larger toys!
Tightly held location, solid & spacious home with 2 living areas and fantastic outdoor entertaining + extra shedding. OPEN This home offers all a SAT family desires. 9.30-10.00
6 Lui Avenue
2 Old Kent Court
Classy Family home in popular Conroe Heights, spacious and stunning and an entertainers delight – an inspection will not OPEN disappoint! SAT 10.15 - 10.45
28 Jubilee Highway West
Excellent home for the Family, close to MacDonald Park Primary school and Saint Martins Lutheran College – brand new floor OPEN coverings throughout – nothing to do but SAT 10.15 - 10.45 move in!
9 Longmire Terrace
Lovely north facing Mount Gambier stone home full of warmth and charm – a gorgeous family home. Beautiful timber kitchen, OPEN generous room sizes, SAT outdoor entertaining & 11.00 - 11.30 car cover.
48 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley
NEW PRICE 3+
Beautifully positioned overlooking parklands. 3 spacious bedrooms, large open plan kitchen/living/ dining. Spacious ensuite OPEN and walk in robe. Handy SAT 5mX3m utility shed 11.00 - 11.30 perfect for the boat.
14 Shadylyn Close
A solid and spacious home - ideal for the growing family. Add your touch and reap the rewards with this fantastic home in a popular location. Large allotment with room for extra shedding. Only minutes to the city centre.
2/56 Brownes Road
A tastefully updated homette – perfect for the investor or small family. Low maintenance living & popular location close to parklands, shops & schools.
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.
3/6 Coolabah Street
A solid and trendy unit, ideal for investment or one to call home. Updated kitchen, generous room sizes & located in a quality group. Close to schools & shops. A smart choice!
This superb family home is situated on a fantastic elevated allotment in the popular Conroe Heights. Spacious living areas, huge outdoor entertaining and double drive to extra shedding.
5 Hilltop Avenue
Solid and spacious unit in quiet and quality group, close to schools and shops. A great investment opportunity or one to call home. Currently leased.
11 Vivienne Avenue
1 Shaughnessy Court
Your search for the perfect beachside home is soon to be over, once you step inside this superbly presented and extra spacious architecturally designed Seaside stunner! Don’t imagine a beach lifestyle, live it!
8 Monash Crescent
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.
18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong
A huge family home with unlimited potential, Two levels of living, bedrooms, kitchens, and bathrooms. Perfect for a large family or rental, possibilities for split accommodation S.T.C.C.
25 Bertha Street
Lower Limestone Coast PWA LKA water licence 6.5meg (6500KL)
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Fantastic spacious family home located in the Hospital precinct, great shedding, good size allotment, close to the Marketplace, this one will tick all the boxes!
A beautifully maintained, solid constructed home. Oozing that homely feel and big on shedding, enclosed undercover pergola area and ample off street parking. Ideal for the Retiree, the perfect lock up and leave property!
8/5 Shepherd Street 7/5 Shepherd Street A/ 10-12 West Street 2/69 Bay Road 1/25 John Street 7 Billing Road, Worrolong 46 Commercial Street West 6 Kalimna Crescent Locke Street 3004/3 Lake Terrace West 29 Gwendoline Street 33 Stiles Street 78A Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell 45 Sassanowsky Road, Suttontown
Holding licence 24meg Mayura, Kongorong area
All the hard work is done! Presented to a high standard this magnificent home boasts space, enviable lifestyle and a private established setting, all on just over an acre. Quality location and priced to sell!
Holding licence 28.9meg LKPWA unconfined Compton Management Area
a approx 934m2
A fantastic inner city location – ideal site for your family home or unit development (s.t.c.c). Only minutes to quality schools, parklands, restaurants & café’s. Leave the car at home! Call now to secure your prime location.
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Avail 17/9/18 3 1 1 $140 pw • Roomy three bedroom flat - main with built in robes • Open living kitchen/dine with electric cooking • Bathroom with bath & separate toilet • Allocated Car parking space • Walking distance to retail & shopping centre • No Pets
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2/69 Bay Road
Avail 27/9/18 2 1 1 $175 pw • 2 bedrooms with built-in robes • Lounge • Combined kitchen & dine area • Reverse cycle heating & cooling • Sunroom • Single carport under main roof • Fully enclosed rear yard • No pets
6 Kalimna Crescent
Avail Now 3 1 1 $250 pw • 3 bedroom home • Separate lounge with R/C Air Conditioner • Kitchen/Dine area with gas cooktop/elect oven • Carport UMR • Detached shed for storage or work shed • Freshly painted throughout together with new curtains & carpets • No Pets
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22 Bond Street
Tastefully renovated gem offering sweeping views of the city. 3 bedrooms – all with BIR’s, fully renovated bathrooms and laundry. Stunning near new kitchen. In a desirable location. 4 car garaging UMR. Just Special!
RENTALS 3004/3 Lake Terrace West
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.
13 Lila Crescent Nene Valley
Attractive home in quiet location offering good sized rooms and close to the Tafe precinct, hospital and short drive to the market place. Deceivingly spacious – a fantastic family home.
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Haviland Court Port MacDonnell
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.
Priced from $140,000 HAVILAND COURT • Lifestyle allotments within the Port MacDonnell township • Ranging between 1ha – 2ha • Services include power and Telstra • 12ft gate entrance with post and wire fencing • Fully bitumised road throughout • Allotments oh so close to the beach
Great homette size allotment on own title. Quiet cul-de-sac location, walking distance to City Centre. Surrounded by other quality homes ready to build, established fencing.
a 5,400m2 (approx)
Ideally positioned in a quiet cul de sac a short distance from the city centre, great flexible floor plan and fantastic shedding.
11 Graney Court
15 Noojee Street
a 416m2 (approx.)
22 Bruning Place
a 856m2 (approx) Highest and Best Offers by Friday 14th September 2018 @ 12noon at office of Agent. Build your home at an affordable price by securing this allotment 856m2(approx). Cul de sac location. Close to schools and all amenities. Please phone for further information.
Meticulously maintained family home that offers outstanding features, exceptional shedding and is located in a quiet cul-desac. A home that stands apart from the rest.
19 Noojee Street
10 Mayflower Court
Superb executive style Family home located in a fantastic location close to Saint Martins Lutheran College and MacDonald Park Primary school. Exceptional!
Located a short walk to Mount Gambier CBD. Features include: 3 bedrooms all with BIR, renovated kitchen, near new bathroom & laundry, freshly painted and new carpets. This one has the lot!
23 Saint Martins Drive
4 Peake Street
4 Bengalee Crescent
30 Laffer Street Nangwarry
This beautifully maintained home has nothing for you to do but move in and enjoy. It will tick all the boxes and then some! – phone for your inspection ASAP!
4 Rose Street
Superb family home in the fantastic Aramanta subdivision approx 4 ½ years old – If you are considering building you must inspect this property first. It has it all.
4003/3 Lake Terrace West
a 826m2 approx
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!
Superb apartment with City & Lakes views. Blue ribbon location only a short stroll to cafes, restaurants, retail therapy & the Blue Lake walking trail. An exceptional Apartment on the top floor, Owner interstate says “MAKE ME AN OFFER”
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33 Stiles Street
2/193 Commercial Street West
3/193 Commercial Street West
• Harrold St • 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West Avail 5/10/18 2 2 2 $260 pw • Two bedroom apartment, main with walk in robe & ensuite • Open living area with kitchen/ lounge/dine with electric • cooking, dishwasher & reverse cycle air conditioner • Double garage detached & basement storage • Lovely views • No Pets
Avail Now 5 2 2 $370 pw • 5 bedrooms all with BIR’s, main with ens & WIR • Open plan kitch/living/dine with gas & elec cook • Formal lounge overlooking park lands • 3 way second bathroom • Reverse cycle aircon • Close to Mulga St Primary School • Pets neg. • Property on sales market
• 23-25 Commercial Street West • 3A Mitchell Street • 53 Commercial Street East • 3B Mitchell Street
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• Approx 85m2 • Separated into two areas • Wet area • POA
• Large open area • Up to 125m2 available approximately • Owner can make adjustments to suit your needs • POA
5 West Street, Mount Gambier
9 Brolga Street, Mt Gambier
59-61 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier
10-12 Hill Street, Donovans
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104 Bertha Street, Mount Gambier
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Built only 8 years ago • 3 spacious bedrooms Master bedroom with WI robe and en suite• Very large open plan living with Gas • heating and r/c air conditioning Double remote garage with internal access
Landscaped low maintenance front and rear yards Side access to good size rear yard Located at the end of a quiet cul de sac in Conroe Heights
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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - AN INDICATION OF WHY MY ARTICLE IS CALLED COLLECTED STUPIDITY… By ROBBIE TANSEL So last week I was talking about the work experience kid we had at Lifestyle1 called Sophie or something. As part of my little article I also talked about the time I did work experience with Mum and Dad in the family business (crime). As many of you will be aware you’re not allowed to do work experience with family members so school got me to have another go at it. Obviously I’d already had a look at rough and tumble blue collar crime with Mum and Dad, so I thought I’d see what it was like being involved with white collar crime. You know, the sort of crime where you keep your hands clean, but still find a way to better your own circumstances at the expense of
someone else? Even better if it’s at the expense of a faceless multinational company. Thinking crime, initially I tried to do this work experience with the local member of parliament. I think we all know they’re criminals, and worst of all, they’re getting away with it. How about the current situation? If Turnbull gets shafted at some time, that will mean every one of our last four prime ministers have been voted out as leader of our country by their own allies! I understand that we don’t vote for the prime minister. We vote for our local member, and then the members of whichever party holds the majority elect the prime minister. But when we go to vote, who will become prime minister is part of our decision making process. They really shouldn’t be able to simply change the prime minister when the opinion polls say things aren’t going well. They went into the election with someone they were putting forward as the leader, and that person should have to stay leader until the next election when they can pick who they want again. Anyway, going back to my white collar crime work experience, I decided to go to one of the local timber mills and work in the accounting side of things. I wanted to have a look at how hard it was to diddle the books and siphon a bit of money off. Little did I know that when you are on work experience, you don’t actually do the job; you do whatever crappy jobs that no one else in the workplace wants to do. Normally this involves lots of filing. Or getting coffees. Or filing coffee? I was given the job of filing some paperwork. I lifestyle1.net | 19
was told where the appropriate folder was where they wanted me to put the paper to be filed. I like to think that I’m a reasonably intelligent person, and even back then I had half a brain, despite the fact I was a stupid teenager. I located the specified folder and tried to open it. I tried to pull the rings apart, but for some reason they wouldn’t open. I had another go, exerting myself more, but still the folder would not come open. I gave it one last go, giving it everything I had. I had no intention of going over to my supervisor and telling him that I couldn’t get a folder open. This time, the rings slowly started coming apart. It was at about this time that I noticed the little lever in the folder. “I wonder what that does,” I thought. This was the first time I’d encountered a lever arch folder in my sheltered little life. The lever of course opened the folder so that you could put plastic sleeves and nicely hole punched documents into the folder. I had bent the rings and done significant damage to the folder. I tried unsuccessfully to bend the rings back into place, adjoining each other, with no success before quickly shutting the folder and jamming it back into the shelf it had come from. With the knowledge that I wasn’t even capable of operating a folder, I decided that a life in crime was unlikely to be successful which probably ended up being for the best really. If you have a worse story from your work experience, I’d love to hear about it at email@example.com
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Check out this perfect home in one of mt gambier’s most popular areas. New colour bond roof and windows and huge carport Open kitchen meals family area, with upgraded timber kitchen with dishwasher and quality fittings. Slow combustion heating keeps the home warm in the cold winters, polished floor boards flow through the house and there is classic tiling in the kitchen meals area. Large main bedroom with bir and ceiling fan. A large covered decking area is perfect for entertaining. The perfect first home for the professional couple. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 10:20 TO 11:00AM
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Ideal for the semi retired or retiree, who is still looking for space to move. Situated on a flat allotment and you can also keep the caravan at home. Beautiful character home with features including, solid tassie oak kitchen, solid jarrah flooring, high ceilings, decorative cornice and roses, central gas heating, open kitchen meals family area, separate dinning and lounge area, heaps of cupboards throughout, classy wet areas, beautiful gardens,great location to shops and parks. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SATURDAY 11:20 TO 12:00PM
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Only a walk through can reveal its size and luxury, expected in this quality executive. Meeting you at the front door are 2.7 metre ceilings and featuring solid 2.35 metre doors throughout the home giving it the ‘wow’ factor. 3 living areas featuring golf course veiws, ducted gas heating plus slow combustion and split system air-conditioning. Stunning kitchen with caesar stone bench tops, soft close draws and every cooks dream - a butlers pantry. Main bedroom with office, walk in robe and classy ensuite with the best finishes and floor to ceiling tiling. Double garage and rear yard access for boats and caravans. Like a brand new home - an inspection is invited to reveal all it treasures OPEN FOR INSPECTION: SUNDAY 12:20 TO 1:15PM
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Be impressed with this one of a kind designed luxury home overlooking parks and gardens. Designed for family and entertaining in mind. Impressive on the outside and perfect on the inside. High ceilings, ducted reverse cycle airconditioning, and quality fixture fitting throughout. 4 living areas including theater room, games room, open kitchen meals living and a fully enclosed alfresco, great for entertaining all year round. The family home every family can enjoy and their own space.
28 SUTTONROWN ROAD MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 2 CAR
97-99 SUTTONTOWN RD MT GAMBIER 4 BED | 1 BATH | 4 CAR
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MAKE A OFFER $189,000 Perfect for development (sca) flipper, renovater for the people who would like to get ahead. Solid stone home with good size living areas, slow combustion heating. Walk in pantry, electric kitchen, large backyard.
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.
INNERCITY LIVING $199,950 Looking for easy living right in the city centre. Located in a very popular complex well maintained and safe and secure. 2 good size bedrooms with open kitchen meals area, flowing through to large lounge room. Well appointed bathroom and kitchen areas. Gas heating.
32 MARTINS DRIVE MOUNT GAMBIER BUILDING ALLOTMENT $89,000. Check out this building allotment being the only one left in the popular st martins drive area. Positioned as to the new building will have great views. With the convenience of being nestled between mcdonald park primary and st martins private school.
2 GEMSTONE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR BRAND NEW, DREAM HOME $439,500 Luxurious 4 bedroom home ideal for people with a busy lifestyle. Offering superb quality and modern open living. Abundance of natural light. Turn key finish with new owner need walk in and enjoy. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning. Kitchen includes stone bench tops.
20 O’LEARY RD MT GAMBIER 3 BED | 1 BATH | 1 CAR O’LEARY ON THE PARK $269,500 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.
22 HEDLEY STREET MOUNT GAMBIER 3 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR ULTIMATE IN EASY LIVING To be constructed on this beautiful inner city allotment, design for 2 community titles to build 2 stunning townhouses. Your design or ours your builder or ours. Choose your fixture and fittings. Northern aspects with views, save thousands on stamp duty.
7 ST ANDREWS DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR THE AUGUSTA $650,000 Prestigious home in Attamurra Fairway Estates, 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom three living areas, the perfect entertaining home completed to the highest quality, with fixtures, fittings and finishes you would expect to see in a premier home. Only an inspection will reveal the extras this home has to offer.
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3 ELLARD STREET
15 COBBLESTONE COURT
81 WEHL STREET NORTH
DESIRABLE CENTRAL LOCATION
WIDE WELCOMING & READY TO ENTERTAIN
IDEAL FOR THE TRADIE AND BIG BOY’S TOYS
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.
Located in prestigious Cobblestone Court. This 4 bedroom plus dedicated office executive home offers built in robes in all bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms ﬁnished with neutral décor. Offering large open plan living, spacious enough for the biggest of family gatherings. Ideal formal lounge or home theatre. Entertainers kitchen with gas cooking. Garage under main roof with remote roller door for up to 4 vehicles.
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.
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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.
At the end of a quiet cul-de-sac sits this 4-bedroom home featuring a large open plan kitchen, dining and family room with lovely wooden ﬂoors. The large windows giving you stunning sweeping views of Conroe drive parklands and beyond. The home Offers a second living area with a formal carpeted lounge. A large master bedroom with ensuite, walk in robe and beautiful bay window. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry and a door that leads straight into a 3-car garage plus double length carport giving gated access to rear yard. Both bedrooms 3 & 4 have built-in robes and there is also a very handy 3rd toilet in the laundry. Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning plus option of using ceiling fan. The outdoor entertaining area has gas outlet in wall ready for your BBQ and to sit and take advantage of those fantastic views. With a very kid friendly backyard all on a block size of approx. 1137m2.
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Stunning views with an emphasis on natural light compliment this home. Offering 4 deluxe bedrooms. Opulent master bedroom with luxurious ensuite and walk in robe. Open plan kitchen, dining, living area with split/reverse cycle airconditioning and slow combustion ﬁre. Gourmet kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, picture window splash back and ample storage. Gorgeous three way bathroom with separate vanity. Double remote garage and rainwater.
Modern contemporary style home. Opulent in style and design. Solid jarrah timber ﬂooring. Resembling high end living, the master bedroom includes a luxurious ensuite with separate toilet and double shower. Built-in-robes in all other bedrooms and are serviced by the lovely 3-way bathroom. High ceilings. There is electric cathedral style windows in the living area. Entertaining both inside and out has been made easy, gather around the stunning kitchen featuring a large island bench, 2 pak ﬁnish, gorgeous stone benchtops and highly functional walk in pantry. Stacker doors bring the outside in, which offers a built in barbecue on mains gas, built in fridge and stainless steel basin. Ceiling heaters allow for year round outside entertaining. Vehicle access is available to the rear yard that’s low maintenance with pop up sprinklers front and rear.
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This affordable two bedroom home offers a large separate living area with slow combustion heating, separate toilet and an enclosed carport with roller door, all on a conveniently sized 300spm (approx.) allotment. Situated close to Tenison Woods Collage. This is a great opportunity for the investor. Current rent is $160 per week and tenanted until April 2019. This solid, 9ft ceiling home is ideal for the ﬁrst home buyers or investors.
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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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CLASSIC CHARACTER HOME WITH A MODERN TOUCH
Modern, low maintenance and immaculate. Neutral decor throughout. In a group of only 3. 3 bedrooms, with built in robes in 2. Direct access from the main bedroom to the 3 way bathroom. Spacious kitchen/ dining with stainless steel gas cook top, elect oven and d/washer. Good size lounge room. Fantastic outdoor entertaining with a pergola a small lawn area. Internal access from the single garage under the main roof of the home with a remote roller door.
Beautifully restored character home situated very close to the city centre. Leadlight, etched glass, marble ﬁreplaces + many more classic features. Glorious main bedroom with ensuite & WIR. Two remaining bedrooms & large office. Gracious formal lounge + open plan kitchen/ dining and occasional living. Modern kitchen: gas gourmet stove with griller & deep fryer, dishwasher & granite bench tops. Own cellar – great for a red or 2! Large stone high clearance garage, ﬁts 4 vehicles, appox. 13m x 6m. A beautiful blend of timeless style & modern conveniences.
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FIFTY DOLLARS CAN MAKE ALL THE DIFFERENCE As little as fifty dollars can change a family’s life this Christmas and Mount Gambier Mayor Andrew Lee is confident, this community will again
rally to ensure the festive season is festive for everyone by generously donating to the 2018 Mayor’s Christmas Appeal.
Launched last week, with key stakeholders including representatives from Vinnies, the Salvos, Uniting Care, ac.care and Lifeline SE, the 2018 appeal is hoping to at least match last year’s efforts where 440 families, equating to more than 1500 people, received hampers to help ease the burden of what is an expensive time of year. “I see Christmas as very important to most Australians and families should be able to celebrate together regardless of their circumstances,” Mayor Lee said. “Our community is really very generous when you’re talking about helping others. We in this community punch above our weight and everyone gives so generously and I hope this year will be no different when it comes to assisting other people who need it most.” Hampers include food, grocery vouchers, toys and gifts. The appeal was launched at Mount Gambier Central, who have come on board in recent years as a major supporter of the Christmas Appeal. “It’s fitting that we launched the appeal at Mount Gambier Central as the centre plays an important role in supporting the appeal each year,
through contributions from the sale of photos with Santa and the collection of bottles and cans from the food court,” Mayor Lee said. “This is a good example of the type of support that local businesses can offer to the appeal and I thank them for their support each year. I urge the community to consider ways in which they can contribute to the appeal. Pass the hat around your workplace, run a raffle, place a collection can on your counter or consider supporting a local family for as little as $50.” Donations can be made through any of the following channels: • Phoning (08)8721 2555 with credit card details on hand
• In person at the City of Mount Gambier Customer Service Counter at the Civic Centre at 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier • By cheque marked Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal to: PO Box 56, Mount Gambier SA, 5290 Above (from left) – Bronwyn Martin (Lifeline); Pamela Marshall (Salvos); Ria Wehrmann (Salvos); Sue Roberts (Dept. of Child Protective Services); Cr Ian Von Stanke; Mayor Andrew Lee; John D’Souza (Vinnies); Mount Gambier Central manager Jane Read; Rebecca Haggett (ac.care) and Lew Parsons (Uniting Care).
WOMEN’S HEALTH IN FOCUS Portland Women in Business and Sea Change are joining the campaign by hosting a Health & Wellbeing Expo on September 7 during Women’s Health Week. There will be a panel or presenters, exercise and therapy sessions and stalls will include reflexology and relaxation treatments, bra fittings, massage treatments, Thermomix demonstration, Australia Breast Feeding Association, and oils. There will be free health checks from PDH qualified nursing staff and fitness centre vouchers. For more information on Women’s Health Week, inspiration on fun events or to sign up please visit www.facebook.com./portlandwomeninbusiness
MOUNT GAMBIER CITY CONCERT BAND TO MAKE HELPMANN THEATRE DEBUT NEXT MONTH The Mt Gambier City Concert Band presents an inaugural concert in the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre under the leadership of Music Director Penny Mansell. on September 8. This thirty strong band is made up of saxophones, woodwind, brass, drums and percussion. It will present a program jam packed with thrilling music from the big action movies and popular TV series. Supporting guests, including the Mayfair Singers will add vocals and onstage action to the mix.
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COMMUNITY FRUIT TREE PROJECT UNDERWAY IN MILLICENT Apples, nectarines, apricots and cherries are just some of the varieties recently planted in a grove of community fruit trees around the Domain Playground in Millicent. “Visitors to our parklands, both young and old, will be able to pick fresh fruit straight from the tree,” Wattle Range chief executive officer Ben Gower said. “Community fruit tree projects are popping up all over the globe, and we hope to expand the number of edible plants in our parks and gardens across the Council area in the future. Not only do they provide a free healthy eating option, but they also help educate the younger members of our community about where our food comes from.”
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Above - Parks & Gardens Supervisor, Mat Grgetic inspects the plantings in the Domain.
GLENELG RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO VOTE ON COMMUNITY PROJECTS Thirty-five local Pick My Project submissions were selected to enter into the community voting stage, with projects submitted ranging from arts and recreation to sustainability. Glenelg Shire residents now have the opportunity to view the short listed project ideas and vote for three standout projects that will transform the local community. Pick My Project is a Victorian-first community grants initiative that has seen 2500 project ideas submitted across the State and encourages residents to make their community an even better place to live. The community can register and vote through the Pick My Project website, with the most popular projects then eligible to receive project funding through the State Government. The Andrews Labor Governments $30 million funding for Pick My Project has been divided between metropolitan and nine regional partnership areas, with $20,000 to $200,000 available for each project idea. This new initiative aims to encourage community support and benefit local communities, with $1 million in funding available in each metro and regional area. Pick My Project voting closes on September 17, with a final list of successful projects in all local government areas or regions announced later that month. For further information, or to register to vote visit the Pick My Project website at https://pickmyproject.vic.gov.au/
BRINGING THE WORK OF A MASTER TO LIFE ON THE BIG SCREEN One of the most influential and famous figures in the history of Western art Vincent van Gogh will have his life and work showcased in a stunning new exploration coming to a big screen near you. Mount Gambier’s Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre will be screening the film Van Gogh: Of Wheat Fields and Clouded Skies, which tells the story of Van Gogh’s burning passion for art, through the eyes of one of his most devoted fans and owner of the largest private collection of his artworks, Helen Kröller-Müller, on September 11. Forty remarkable paintings and 85 drawings from the Kröller-Müller Museum in Holland will be featured in this new exploration of Van Gogh’s life, screening as part of Country Arts SA’s Exhibition on Screen program and giving patrons unprecedented access to legendary artistic treasures. Experience the rare architectural beauty of the museum, and journey into the past through the Milanese, Florentine, Roman and Palladian Renaissance. With a special focus on the importance of drawing as part of his artistic technique, be immersed in the life of one of the world’s greatest artists as Van Gogh’s story reveals itself from Paris to Provence. “Van Gogh lived a troubled life,” Country Arts SA Arts programming manager Louisa Norman said. “He exists in the public imagination as the quintessential misunderstood artistic genius.” Ms Norman said the film offered a fascinating insight into his life as well as an opportunity to see classic works at the Van Gogh museum and hear from key curators behind the scenes. Come and learn more about this iconic artist on the big screen.” Book your seat now for this rare cinematic experience. CLASSIC BIKE & CAR SHOW STILL CHASING ENTRIES The Blue Lake City Custom/Classic Bike and Car Show is still chasing entries for their October event. Entry is only $10 per vehicle and organisers are looking for all types including hot rods, street machines, drag cars and bikes, off road, speedway, vintage cars and bikes for the October 27 event, which will be hosted at Active8. Proceeds are going to suicide awareness programs. For more information and entry forms contact Graeme on 0419 806 410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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FLORAL ART IN THE SPOTLIGHT The Mount Gambier Floral Art Club is holding its annual Dinner & Fashion Parade on Wednesday, September 19, with tickets now on sale for $35 a head. The fundraiser, which is being held at the Blue Lake Golf Club’s Linksview Bar & Bistro starts at 6.30pm, and doubles as a way for the club to also promote floral art. Along with the fashion from Redgum Country, with all trends Spring on show on the runway, there will also be a selection of floral designs and displays on display, with some for purchase, making a wonderful gift for someone special. The club is also promoting the art of floral design, as well as the Dinner & Fashion Parade, via a two week display in the Mount Gambier Library from September 5. Tickets can also be purchased by contacting Beryl on (08)8724 8630 or Raelene on (08)8725 0908. The Mount Gambier Floral Art Club Dinner & Fashion Parade is proudly sponsored by the Mount Gambier Garden Centre.
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TIMELY WARNING ABOUT ILLEGAL FIREWOOD CUTTING There’s nothing better than a roaring wood fire on a chilly South East night, and local authorities are reminding the community to ensure their firewood has been collected legally. Natural Resources South East senior investigations and Ccmpliance officer Drew Laslett said there had been increasing incidences of illegal firewood cutting and collection in the South East and Western Victoria. “Most people know that living native trees are protected,” Mr Laslett said. “What they may not realise, however, is that large dead trees may also be protected under the Native Vegetation Act.” Large dead trees with a circumference of two or more metres are protected across most of the region. Native trees provide critical habitat for local native species such as the endangered Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo, and breeding habitat for many other native animals. “These
large trees can take hundreds of years to grow, and with limited native forest in the region we need to protect what is left – including the dead trees,” Mr Laslett said. “Local farmers have expressed their concern regarding trespassing and theft of firewood from their properties. Together with SAPOL and forestry representatives, we’ve formed a focus group to raise awareness and increase patrols to detect illegal activity.” Brevet Sergeant Leo Price said the focus group is also concerned about the unsafe practices being used by illegal wood cutters. “Buyers of firewood are encouraged to ask their supplier where the wood is from, and to be satisfied that it is from a legal source,” he said. Alternative sources of safe and sustainable firewood are being investigated. If you see or suspect illegal wood cutting, take note of vehicle registrations and report the matter to SAPOL on 131 444 or your local police station.
NEW FACEBOOK PAGE CREATED IN THE FIGHT AGAINST SUICIDE The Wattle Range Suicide Prevention Network has a brand new facebook page designed to be a friendly place for people to access information and support from a caring community. This facebook page is for information only. If you need immediate assistance contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Kids Helpline 1800 55 1800. The network meets the first Thursday of every month, location changes, so please see event information for more details. Meetings are open to all, please feel free to attend. The Wattle Range Suicide Prevention Network aims to reduce the impact of suicide in our community. lifestyle1.net | 27
Mount Gambier Beaumont Tiles has been recognised as one of the nation’s top tile retailers for its commitment to helping their customers achieve their dream home through providing expert advice and high-quality customer service. The Mount Gambier store took out the 2017/2018 SA Outstanding Achievement Award, for the second year running, at last month’s gala dinner in Melbourne. Mount Gambier store manager Cassie Arnold said the accolade was just reward for the customer service focus on which the Mount Gambier team prides itself. “We are committed to helping customers achieve their renovation dream,” Mrs Arnold said. “As a team we pride ourselves on in-depth technical knowledge, understanding the seasonal style trends and practicality – while at all times listening to what the customer wants and helping them achievethe right outcome.” The Mount Gambier team also has the expertise to help the first time renovator to the seasoned
professional, from answering the simplest query, to providing a whole of project framework. “On top of our team, we also have some great tools that help us take a customer’s project from concept to completion, such as What’s My Style, Beaumont’s exclusive visualiser tool and our recently released finance offering,” Mrs Arnold said. “We’re also making it easier for Mount Gambier locals, by adding complete bathroom packages to our evergrowing list of ways to simplify the renovation process.” Beaumont Tiles Executive Chairman Bob Beaumont was quick to praise the Mount Gambier outlet. “Mount Gambier Beaumont Tiles typifies the exceptional customer service levels that the company aimed to offer all Australians,” he said. “Our customer focused philosophy runs across the people we employ, the technologies we deploy, the products we offer and the value we place on our customers. Mount Gambier continually demonstrate exceptional levels across all these values and I’m proud to have Cassie and the team as part of the Beaumont’s brand. They are true ambassadors of what we stand for.” Left - The Beaumont Tiles Mount Gambier team - Taneyha Hall; Cassie Arnold; Cassie Wilson & Ian Humphris
TEMPT THE TASTEBUDS Italian style ricotta chessecake 375g smooth ricotta 1/2 cup (120g) crème fraîche 2 Coles Australian Free Range Eggs 1/2 cup (110g) caster sugar 1/4 cup (35g) hazelnuts, toasted, coarsely chopped 1/4 cup (35g) slivered almonds, toasted 80g dark chocolate, finely chopped 1/3 cup (55g) mixed peel 1 teaspoon finely grated orange rind 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 tablespoons brandy (optional) Whipped cream, to serve (optional)
PASTRY 1 1/2 cups (225g) plain flour 1/3 cup (55g) icing sugar mixture 125g chilled butter, chopped 1 Free Range Egg yolk 2 teaspoons chilled water CANDIED CITRUS SLICES 1/2 cup (110g) caster sugar 1 orange, thinly sliced 1 mandarin, thinly sliced 1 orange, zested
Method To make pastry, process flour, icing sugar and butter in a food processor until mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs. Add egg yolk and water. Process until dough just comes together. Turn onto a lightly floured surface. Shape into a disc. Cover with plastic wrap. Place in fridge for 30 mins to rest. Roll out the pastry on a lightly floured surface to a 3mm-thick disc. Line a 22cm round (base measurement) fluted tart tin with removable base with pastry. Trim excess pastry. Place in fridge for 30 mins to rest. Preheat oven to 200°C. Line the pastry with baking paper and fill with baking weights or rice. Bake for 10 mins. Remove the paper and weights or rice. Bake for a further 8-10 mins or until golden brown. Reduce oven to 180°C. Combine ricotta, crème fraîche, eggs and sugar in a bowl. Add hazelnut, almond, chocolate, mixed peel, orange rind, cinnamon and brandy, if using. Stir to combine. Spoon into pastry case and smooth the surface. Place on a baking tray. Bake for 25-30 mins or until filling is just set. Remove from oven. Set aside to cool completely. Place in the fridge to chill. Meanwhile, to make the candied citrus slices, place sugar and 1 cup (250ml) water in a large frying pan over low heat. Cook for 2 mins or until sugar dissolves. Add orange and mandarin. Cook, turning occasionally, for 30 mins or until rind is translucent. Transfer to a plate. Add orange zest to the syrup. Cook for a further 5 mins or until liquid reduces by half. Set aside to cool completely. Transfer cheesecake to a serving plate. Top with cream, if desired, and citrus slices. Drizzle with syrup.
PORTLAND ALUMINIUM CONTINUES TO BACK READING PROGRAM Primary school students across the Glenelg Shire followed the adventures of Otto the Book Bear as volunteers from Portland Aluminium went out to demonstrate the importance of reading aloud to children. Portland Aluminium community relations advisor Anna Impey said the initiative is a win win for everyone, “Apart from the obvious benefits of reading aloud to children and the benefits of sharing a book, it gets our plant leadership team out into the community and gives them a firsthand look at how Portland Aluminium is making a difference,” she said. Fourteen primary schools participated in the initiative, which is held during book week to encourage children to continue reading well beyond pre-school age. United Way Glenelg executive officer Nicole Carr said that when children reach school age they tend to lose interest in reading. “The Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research has found that positive outcomes of reading more often to children are the same regardless of parental income, education level or cultural background,” Mrs Carr said. “That is, children with poor backgrounds or parents of limited education or ability have the same benefit of being read to frequently. It’s still very important for parents and children to continue to read together as their children grow older and begin to read on their own.” United Way Glenelg, in partnership with Portland Aluminium, is inspiring a love of reading into the hearts of children living in the Glenelg Shire through the Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. Each month, enrolled children receive a high-quality, age-appropriate book in the mail, free of charge. Children receive books from birth to age five. If you’re interested in receiving more information about the Dolly Parton Imagination Library please contact Nicole Carr on 0410 513305 mail@ unitedwayglenelg.com.au Above - Mark Crespan with the students from Portland South Primary School students.
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AT A GLANCE STATE SQAURE DANCING BODY HONOURS LOCAL CALLER In April this year, Mount Gambier based square dancing club Allabout Squares celebrated its 10th anniversary and that was thanks in no small part to nationally recognise caller Andrea Braun, who established and continues to run the club. Andrea’s commitment to Allabout Squares and the popular pastime, more generally, was recently acknowledged at State level with a 10 year achievement Award from the peak South Australian governing body. It caps off a year of celebration for Andrea, who has been involved in square dancing for almost two decades and is part of an exclusive club – female dance callers, and the club. Allabout Squares is the only live calling club in the region. It was while living in Victoria that Andrea first was exposed to square dancing when a friend’s father got her involved. “I gradually got more and more into it,” Andrea said. She even went overseas, completing some calling training in England, while living and working there for 12 months. Returning to Australia in 1999, by 2000 she had set up her own club and then she brought that expertise when she relocated to Mount Gambier, establishing Allabout Squares in 2008. Such is her passion, Andrea taught square dancing at Glenburnie Primary School for three years and was thrilled to see how much the children took to the dying art. Ironically the year Andrea set up the Mount Gambier club was the year legendary Australian dance caller Jim Vickers-Willis died. Andrea remembers all too well, the hey day of square dancing in the 1950s and ‘60s. “Jim would be calling at clubs in Melbourne for 5000 people,” Andrea said. And many of those people, that first took up square dancing in that era, are still dancing to day. Attracting a new generation is the challenge, as it is with so many community groups. Those that attended the Allabout Squares 10th anniversary celebrations had that same passion of the crowds of the 1950s and ‘60s as they danced the night away on Friday night at the Mil Lel hall, enjoyed lunch at the RSL on Saturday, before retuning to the Mil Lel hall dance floor Saturday night and then heading out to Allabout Squares home base Sunday morning for a cooked breakfast and, if you can believe it, more dancing. “Everyone had a great time and the dancers from away have already booked in to be involved for our birthday celebrations next year,” Andrea said. Mount Gambier is fortunate to have Andrea as a caller – she is considered one of the best in the business. She has already recorded almost 20 songs for Shindig Productions, an online square dance music archive, and is a regular attendee to national conventions, including earning a calling gig this year for the Perth event. Allabout Squares meets Thursday nights from 7pm and has around 25 regular members. “If you just want to come and have a god we would welcome that,” Andrea said. “You don’t need any experience. You don’t need a partner. It is great fun for all ages, families, couples and singles and it is great gentle exercise. You can do up to five kilometres a night but it is all about the social aspect as well.” Anyone interested in giving square dancing a go should call Andrea on 0417 509 144.
FORGET THE BIRDS - THIS IS A LESSON ABOUT THE BEES ONLY It is a Slovenian tradition and local producer Pine Ridge Honey is bringing the concept to this region this November. “My husband is Slovenian and every year on the third Friday of November they have a Honey Bee Breakfast Day,” Pine Ridge Honey owner Natasha Srpcic said. “Every school and every kindy does it and community and political leaders get involved.” So on a much smaller scale, Pine Ridge Honey is looking to hold a similar event at Mount Gambier’s
Limestone Coast Pantry on November 16, aimed at children aged 4-12 and their parents, care givers and teachers. “This is an excellent opportunity for our local school children to learn about the vital role bees play in our environment and help the next generation be more proactive in helping our environment,” Natasha said. “We want to teach the kids about bees and use local produce as part of that.” A passionate promoter of local produce, Limestone Coast Pantry was the perfect fit for the event and are now collaborating with Natasha to create bring bee keeping and honey production to life for the region’s children . Schools and kindergartens have been contacted about the event, with registrations closing on August 29, so anyone interested in attending should contact their school or kindergarten and encourage them to sign up. The number and time of sessions on November 16 will be finalised once final numbers are secured. The day will include pancakes served with honey, as well as a raft of fun activities centred on bees and honey.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR THE RETURN OF WESTERN RAIL Southern Grampians Shire Council CEO Michael Tudball (pictured above) is showing his support for Western Rail - Are you? Get your hands on your very own Western Rail bumper sticker by sending council a facebook message or calling into offices at Southern Grampians Shire or Horsham Rural City Council. Both councils are also encouraging people to make a stand on social media by posting their pics with the tag #westernrail #getonboard
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1. For which two AFL clubs did Ben Cousins play? 2. What is the capital of Iraq? 3. What is the name of Erik Thomson’s character in the TV series 800 Words? 4. Which teams played off in the weekend’s Suncorp Super Netball grand final? 5. What was the name of the sequel to Aussie author Ruth Park’s classic novel A Harp in the South? 6. Who painted the Mona Lisa? 7. Who played Charlotte in the TV series and movie franchise Sex and the City? 8. What is the square root of 121? 9. Which Australian State would you be visiting if you were in Ulverstone? 10. What is the capital of Sweden? 11. Who won the 2013 Brownlow Medal? 12. Which city is hosting the 2020 Summer Olympics?
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1. I was born in Canada in 1976. 2. I landed a role in the sitcom Two Guys and a Girl in the late 1990s and that launched my film career. 3. I was once engaged to singer Alanis Morrisette. 4. I was named the sexiest man alive in 2010. 5. I was married to Scarlett Johansson from 2008-2011. 6. I received my Hollywood Walk of Fame star last year. 7. I have secured comedic and dramatic roles over my career. 8. I am now married to Blake Lively and we have two children. 9. I have played the Green Lantern. 10. I am best known for reprising the character of Deadpool.
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13. Charles M. Schulz created which iconic comic strip character? 14. Stephen Wozniak was the cofounder of which tech giant? 15. Mark McGowan is Premier of which Australian State? 16. Ivy League school Harvard University is in which US State? 17. Actress Reese Witherspoon won an Oscar for playing which real life character? 18. Who is the current captain of the Australian cricket team? 19. For which two clubs did reigning premiership coach Damian Hardwick play? 20. Which team was knocked out of the Western Border Football League A Grade premiership race first?
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ANSWERS 1. West Coast Eagles & Richmond; 2. Baghdad; 3. George Turner; 4. West Coast Fever & Sunshine Lightning; 5. Poor Man’s Orange; 6. Leonardo Da Vinci; 7. Kristin Davis; 8. 11; 9. Tasmania; 10. Stockholm; 11. Gary Ablett Jr; 12. Tokyo; 13. Charlie Brown; 14. Apple; 15. Western Australia; 16. Massachusetts; 17. June Carter; 18. Tim Paine; 19. Essendon & Port Adelaide; 20. West Gambier
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AUTHOR LIFTS THE LID ON ONE OF AUSTRALIA’S MOST CAPTIVATING CRIME SPREES A true-crime book written by journalist Nino Bucci (pictured above right), who closely examines the dark and eccentric story of how a father and son became two of Australia’s most wanted criminals, will be the subject of the September 13 author night at the Mount Gambier Library. The Stoccos: Like Father, Like Son shines a light on one of Australia’s longest standing man hunts. In 2007, after a run-in with police, father and son Gino and Mark Stocco disappear into the bush. For the next eight years they would commit crime after crime up and down the east coast of Australia. Terrorising locals, stealing what they wanted, committing arson and even murder. They would become two of Australia’s most wanted men. In 2015, after ramming a police car in broad daylight, the whole nation was captivated by the story of the father and son outlaws. After a brazen shoot-out between the Stoccos and police, they were finally arrested and charged with thirty-four crimes between them including murder. Journalist Nino Bucci brings together all the information the public didn’t know; their background, the intense nature of their relationship and how Mark went from successful Civil Engineering student to career criminal, just like his father. The book is based on conversations with friends, family, victims and police officers. Tickets are $6 and available until sold out from the Mount Gambier Library. The evening starts at 7pm.
SPY (MA 15+) Saturday September 1st 9.20pm on 7
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Division 1 Men West 2 def Strikers 0 This match had become a dead rubber before it started with Cavaliers win over Redbacks in the previous match denying Strikers any chance of qualifying for finals. Regardless of that though, Strikers came out determined to leave one last imprint on the 2018 season. Despite very different overall records, West and Strikers have had some great encounters in 2018 with each often employing a counterattacking style of play that prevents either side from dominating. It was no different in round 20 with each team having plenty of opportunities but lacking the forward structure to finish each foray. Dylan Broad continues to provide a dangerous target at centre-forward for West but he's still searching for the form that could see him become a match winner. Dean McCarthy and Jordan Millhouse provided the backbone for Strikers stubborn defence. They held off the West attack and sent many long balls forward but their young forwards found it difficult to latch on to them which resulted in the ball heading back their way regularly. Darren Vine and David Vine performed the same role for West with West then having greater success in linking through the midfield and to the forwards. This ultimately led to their first penalty corner opportunity which was successfully converted by David Vine. After much continueing with the end to end play for the remainder of the first half the score remained 1-0 to Wests advantage. The second half saw more of the same. Millhouse sending the ball long, particularly off the backstick side, only to find it coming back his way moments later. As in the first half though, West was unable to find the finishing touch to extend their lead. It was not until a defensive lapse is the final few minutes that West was able to secure the victory. Broad centred the ball from lest inside the circle, thinking that he had centred from outside the circle, Strikers deflected the ball over the baseline but into the goal at which point the umpire correctly awarded the sealer to West. The win will give West some confidence as they head into the first round of finals. With Broad showing some glimpses of form up forward and David Vine returning to full strength after a long injury layoff they look well prepared to challenge Tigers next week. Strikers will look to next year and to the further development of young players Angus Langsmith and Connor Millhouse who have come on strong in the later part of the year and will no doubt benefit from the experience they have obtained.
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SPORT SERIOUS INJURIES TO STARS MAR OUTSTANDING SECOND SEMI FINAL Millicent is into its 13th straight title decider in Western Border netball but the big stories from the second semi final was what appears to be a season ending Achilles injury to star North shooter Caroline Davey, six seconds before three quarter time, and Millicent skipper and key midcourter Lisa Duldig suffering a foot injury that forced her from the court at half time. It was a tight contest from the first whistle with neither side able to utilise their trademark quick ball movement, rather every goal was the result of some meticulous working of the ball, taking a number of passes on each occasion to find the respective goalers in space. T he first quarter was an arm wrestle, with Davey dominating with 13 from 18, getting some great supply from Amanda O’Shaughnessy and Kaitlin Egan, while at the other end Maddie Whaites and Jordyn Adams were on fire and making Donna Denton and Demi Verbenas earn every scoring opportunity. Fortunately for the Saints, the duo converted 17 from 20 and it the Millicent two goals clear at the first change. It was all about the two shooters in the second quarter with Denton netting 11 from 12 and Davey converting 11 straight without a miss. Again though, the ball went through a number of sets of hands before getting anywhere near good shooting position and both sides worked over time defensively to deny time and space. It was late in the quarter that Duldig suffered her injury and she was clearly hampered for the dying minutes of the half and in the end, the reigning premiers made the change at the main break with Hannah Nitschke taking the centre bib. Both Hannah and Paige Nitschke worked the ball well between them with both delivering some wonderful balls into Denton, in particular, but the Saints just couldn’t shake the Tigers, who trailing by five at the half, were still trailing by that margin at three quarter time. Losing Davey to what was obviously a serious injury just on three quarter time was always going to make it a tough ask for North Gambier. Just regrouping mentally after Davey left the court was tough but also it was a big ask of teenager Olivia Patzel to enter the clash on a day where her 17 & Under semi final was her first game in two months after suffering a knee injury in May this year.
Adams, in particular, refused to lie down, though and she took a number of stunning interceptions, especially off the centre pass, to try and keep North in the hunt for a grand final berth. But the attack line struggled to find any great connection for the Tigers and Hayley Dunn and Kimmi Varcoe had their best quarter in terms of creating turnover ball. In the end, the Saints prevailed with an 11 goal victory. Denton did a mountain of work, while Verbena’s speed continues to cause headaches. That being said Adams was clearly the Tigers’ best and she made the star Millicent goal attack earn every ball as she found that balance between tight checking one on one defence and hunting turnover ball. Her work over the shot was also impressive – as was Whaites’. The other fantastic duel was Madi Turner on Egan. Egan still exerted her influence over the contest but Turner wore her like a glove and made it tough for her to find the circle’s edge. O’Shaughnessy was her usual hard running self, while Ellie Gould had a strong first half as she so often set up the back space for Davey with her well timed front cuts. The Tigers now have a week of tweaking as they look to find the best way or ways to cover the devastating loss of Davey, while the Saints will pout Duldig on ice and hope the extra week’s break sees her return fighting fit to the grand final. While not planned, the chance to give Hannah Nitschke the chance to play a half of netball in what was a tense and tough final will be invaluable and she showed great composure, as did sister Paige who is unassuming but damaging with ball in hand. Left - Millicent shooter Donna Denton worked every inch of the goal third in Saturday’s victory over North Gambier. Above - North Gambier goal attack Ellie Gould was a key play maker for the Tigers in the 2nd semi final at Vansittart Park at the weekend. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
SAINTS EARN FIRST SPOT IN FLAG DECIDER Millicent is into its first flag decider since 2010 when it suffered a heartbreaking narrow loss to West Gambier. The injury ravaged Cats would have dearly loved to scrape over the line and earn a week’s break to give some of their battle weary bodies a much needed break but the Saints had other ideas and dominated the scoreboard from the opening bounce when they kicked with a strong breeze. Casterton Sandford was not without its chances in that opening term and while the weight of possession was arguably evenly shared, while the Saints were able to hit the scoreboard, kicking five unanswered goals for the quarter, the Cats just could not convert ball in hand to scoreboard pressure. In the second quarter that problem seemed to be fixed for the Cats as they worked their way back but two goals against the breeze from the composed and hard working Saints saw the margin still in Millicent’s favour at the main break – the lead was 12 points. The third quarter broke the game open when a simple set shot miss from Casterton Sandford, that would have brought them back to a single digit deficit and right in the hunt, turned into a five minute purple patch from Millicent, who piled on five goals in quick succession and by three quarter time the match was over with Millicent enjoying a 51 point lead and seemingly booking the first grand berth of 2018. The final margin was 28 points but in reality the gap was much wider with most of the Cats five last quarter goals coming late in junk time. The Saints are not without their concerns with key backman Steve Duldig forced from the ground with a head knock in the final quarter, although he was recovering well on Saturday night, while coach Clint Gallio was also forced from the field after an influential first half, with what appeared to be a reinjuring of his knee, but the signs are good at this early stage that he, too, will come up for the September 8 title decider - and he did return in the second half, although with limited impact. Newly crowned 2018 Jim Hennessy Medallist Tom Hutchesson was again pivotal for the Saints with clean hands and superb ball use, while Matt Duldig finished with five goals and had a hand in most of the others. What the experience forward didn’t mark he brought to ground and the fleet footed Saints smalls did the rest. Such was his presence in the forward fifty that he always attracted a crowd of Cats defenders and that also opened up opportunities for his fellow forwards to find themselves in space and with ball in hand. But for all that, and the workmanlike performance of young Saints big man Jonah Grimes, it was the Millicent backline that was the architect of the win. They were organised, relentless in their pressure, taking intercept marks and providing great run, and the fact they did not allow Casterton Sandford to take advantage of what was a strong first half, possession wise, and hit the scoreboard, helped set up the eventual win. The Cats will be all about recovery again this week as they look to somehow get some extra fit soldiers onto the park for the preliminary final clash with East. Will MacDonald was outstanding for the Cats, getting the better of the clearance work, helping the backline with some strong intercept marks and also drifting forward to finish with three goals.
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Callum Currie continues to be a class act for the Cats, as well, while Tom McArlein kicked a couple of nice goals and Dylan Ayton also provided some moments for the highlights reel. But in the end, the Cats also were hurt by their own errors, including a couple of botched kick ins that resulted in Millicent goals, and after such a resurgent season, they will be hoping injuries don’t cruel what has been a strong 2018 from the Island Park boys. This weekend will be a tough ask against the reigning premiers, who unlike the Cats, suffered their injury woes early in the season and are now back with a full squad to pick from and many of their premiership stars now finding form. Above - Saints defender Steve Duldig looks to spoil this marking attempt from Cats star Will MacDonald. Below - Saints coach Clint Gallio. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
LOCAL SPORT WESTERN BORDER FOOTBALL 2ND SEMI FINALS A GRADE Millicent 5.2 7.5 13.9 14.11 (95) Casterton Sandford 0.2 5.5 5.6 10.7 (67) Goals - Millicent: M. Duldig 5; S. Willis 4; H. Gordon 3; H. Nitschke, M. Reilly. Casterton Sandford: W. MacDonald 3; T. McArlein, D. Ayton 2; T. Shannon, A. Cleary, C. Currie. Best - Millicent: J. Grimes, T. Hutchesson, B. Kenny, D. Tincknell, J. Weir, M. Duldig. Casterton Sandford: W. MacDonald, T. Shannon, C. Currie, B. Galpin, T. McArlein, M. Cummings.
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1ST SEMI FINALS A GRADE
QUALIFYING FINALS A GRADE
Millicent 60 (P. Nitschke, D. Verbena) d North Gambier 49 (A. O’Shaughnessy, J. Adams)
Kalangadoo 4.0 7.1 13.1 22.6 (138) Hatherleigh 1.1 2.4 4.6 5.6 (36) Goals - Kalangadoo: B. Mules 6; A. Stone, B. Ousey, B. Gregory 3; L. Jones, T. McManus, B. Lindner 2; M. Krieger. Hatherleigh: T. Bell, J. Bateman, B. Fabris, W. Chay, M. Faulkner. Best - Kalangadoo: M. Fatchen, J. Bannister, M. Lowe, B. Lindner, A. Stone, S. McManus. Hatherleigh: M. Pulmer, G. McGrath, J. Bateman, J. Ferguson-Lane, W. Chay.
Keith 2.4 4.10 5.16 15.19 (109) Mundulla 2.4 3.4 3.6 5.6 (36) Goals- Keith: B. Simounds 7; A. Dunstan 2; S. Laubsch, B. Laurie, A. Wilson, G. Thring, J. Wilson, S. Lehmann. Penola: B. Foster 3; J. Currie, J. Mansell. Best - Keith: B. Laurie, C. Woolford, R. Manz, H. Wilhlem, S. Molineux, J. Pitchford. Penola: S. Merrett, L. Walker, B. Maney, A. Moore, S. Jackman, J. Galpin.
Kalangadoo 3.6 3.10 6.11 9.14 (68) Tantanoola 2.1 5.1 6.3 9.5 (59) Goals - Kalangadoo: D. Gull 5; B. Walker 2; D. West, E. Maney. Tantanoola: J. Varcoe, N. Bell 2; D. Pink, T. McGrath, M. Cytrwoski, A. Lindner, S. Bowering. Best - Kalangadoo: E. Maney, D. Gull, B. Walker, B. Wagstaffe, J. Jones, L. Ousey. Tantanoola: T. McGrath, A. Dodd, A. Lindner, J. Pearce, N. Bell, B. Yates.
Keith 3.2 7.4 10.4 14.5 (89) Naracoorte 0.1 2.1 3.2 3.3 (21) Goals - Keith: J. Snadjar 5; L. Wade, J. Robertson 2; G. Ryan, C. Blake, B. Farmer, J. Forrest, N. Binns. Naracoorte: B. Hill, C. Myall, J. Sellars. Best -Kingston: S. Branson, L. Exton, B. Warner, S. Robertson, C. Healy, R. Werchiwski. Bordertown: T. Underwood, R. Tink, C. Sandercock, B. Shuttleworth, N. Dahlitz, L. Weatherald.
A RESERVE Millicent 51 (T. Sanderson, J. Wilson) d Casterton Sandford 36 (H. Rhook, T. Cleary)
B GRADE Casterton Sandford 53 (K. Harvey, P. Cameron) d East Gambier 39 (L. Cutting, E. Hudson)
C GRADE North Gambier 48 (S. Braithwaite, J. Forrest) d East Gambier 38 (Z. Creek, T. Perryman)
Casterton Sandford 4.3 7.8 8.8 14.11 (95) Millicent 0.5 3.6 6.8 7.8 (50) Goals - Casterton Sandford: R. Kilely 4; D. Ryan 2; W. Rhodes, H. Carlin, J. Cameron, M. Cowland, J. McArlein, A. Galpin, S. Tomkins. Millicent: H. Smith 3; P. Duncan, C. Gibbs, J. Hales, A. Schultz. Best - Casterton Sandford: J. Cameron, J. Boulton, J. Carlin, M. Jarrad, H. Carlin, D. Ryan. Millicent: H. Reilly, A. Allen, A. Watts, N. Robbins, A. Schultz, H. Smith.
17 & UNDER
13 & UNDER A
South Gambier 2.3 5.4 9.6 12.8 (80) Casterton Sandford 1.1 3.4 4.7 6.8 (44) Goals - South: E. Chuck 4; C. Munro, D. Pochec-Gordon 3; H. Capewell 2. Casterton Sandford: A. McKinnon 4; A. Bright, C. Jarrad. Best - South: E. Chuck, H. Capewell, T. Rundle, B. Keding, E. Marks, D. Pochec-Gordon. Casterton Sandford: N. O’Brien, A. McKinnon, C. Kelly, D. Carlin, D. McDonough, N. Tomkins.
North Gambier 81 (H. Nulty, E. Brown) d Millicent 48 (A. Pratt, C. Venn)
15 & UNDER A Millicent 47 (T. Bryant. C. Turner) d West Gambier 37 (J. Davey, M. Horrigan)
15 & UNDER B Casterton Sandford 41 (C. Galpin, Z. Crawford) d Millicent 23 (Z. Malseed, K. Stuart) South Gambier 39 (A. Duncan, S. Adams) d Millicent 36 (P. McRae, S. O’Connor)
13 & UNDER B
North Gambier 33 (C. Nulty, M. Griffith) d Millicent 23 (F. McKenzie, A. Janssen)
Robe 5.0 8.1 12.1 15.1 (91) Port MacDonnell 0.2 4.2 8.4 8.6 (54) Goals -Robe: H. Bigmore 7; T. Wilfred 3; B. Nicolle, A. Weir 2; G. Dutton. Pt Mac: R. Nattrass, A. Richards 2; J. McKinnon, R. Shalless, I. Nattrass, N. Brotherton. Best - Robe: A. Weir, T. Wilfred, H. Bigmore, T. Emery, G. Dutton, B. Nicolle. Pt Mac: N. Brotherton, T. Ebejer, M. Moody, L. Lewis, A. Richards, J. Hardacre.
Kingston 3.0 4.3 7.4 8.6 (54) Penola 3.1 6.3 7.3 8.5 (53) Goals - Kingston: E. Murdock, H. Wright, C. Burdon 2; J. Harding, K. Pass. Penola: L. Merrett 3; J. Kain 2; J. Robbie, D. Porter, C. Lythgo. Best - Kngston: H. Wright, W. Watts, W. Wiseman, J. Hartman, T. Decaux, C. Burdon. Penola: J. Mafrtin, H. Porter, Z. Currie, J. Robbie, C. Lythgo, D. Morton.
Naracoorte 1.2 2.3 3.4 4.6 (30) Padthaway/Lucindale 0.1 0.1 2.1 3.1 (19) Goals -Naracoorte: J. Ryan, B. Leehane, A. Flynn, S. Thomson. Padthaway/Lucindale: W. Charlick 2; M. Bittner. Best - Naracoorte: S. Thomson, N. Wellington, L. Homan, J. RYan, G. Ben, M. Midwinter. Padthaway/Lucindale: C. Clarke, B. Frick, A. Pitt, M. Gould, M. Jenke, S. Pitt.
Tantanoola 2.1 4.3 7.5 8.8 (56) Hatherleigh 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.5 (5) Goals - Tantanoola: L. Turley 5; B. Telfer-Scott, C. Kelly, J. Cytrowski. Best - Tantanoola: C. Kelly, J. Cytrowski, C. Baker, L. Turley, B. Telfer-Scott. Hatherleigh: K. Thomas, Z. Bowering, C. Atkinson, J. Smith, D. Golding, A. Nettle.
UNDER 15 South Gambier 2.4 7.5 10.12 13.14 (92) West Gambier 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 (0) Goals - South: T. Yates 5; B. Neshoda, E. Sims, T. Rayner 2; M. Sims, N. Sims. Best - South: T. Yates, A. Kuhl, M. Sims, J. McGregor, McTaggert, T. Rayner. West: E. Giddings, B. Cook, E. Byrne, J. Cornolo, E. Bowden, E. Crowe.
MID SOUTH EAST NETBALL 1ST SEMI FINALS A GRADE
Tantanoola 55 (O. Fuller, K. Varcoe) d Glencoe 41 (C. Cocks, J. Paproth)
North Gambier 1.0 2.1 4.1 5.1 (31) South Gambier 0.2 0.2 0.4 1.4 (10) Goals - North: Z. Nulty 3; R. McLaughlin, Z. Young. South: N. Yates. Best - North: R. McLaughlin, Z. Nulty, K. Dellow, M. Baron, A. Allen, H. Fisher. South: N. Yates, H. Mitchell, H. Keding, M. Harrold.
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KNT NETBALL QUALIFYING FINALS A GRADE Keith 44 (L Forrest) d Naracoorte 43 (I Stokie)
Kongorong 39 (A. Anderson, S. Modra) d Glencoe 33 (K. Coutts, T. Bonney)
Keith 60 (M Makin) d Penola 56 (A Possingham)
Glebcoe 49 (L. Waller, E. Martin) d Robe 40 (B. Nicolle, A. Kunze)
Naracoorte 50 (M Pretlove) d Penola 23 (N Hayes)
Tantanoola 40 (B. Allen, D. Vanderheul) d Hatherleigh 34 (G. Carnellor, F. Jackman)
17 & UNDER
Robe 43 (S. Haggett, I. Sneath) d Tantanoola 30 (E. Gould, G. Clarke)
15 & UNDER Glencoe 45 (Z. Halton, A. Thompson) d Kalangadoo 28 (S. Ryan, H. Watson)
13 & UNDER Port MacDonnell 38 (E. Kerr, L. Wilson) d Mt Burr 26 (J. Brant, Z. Burns)
C GRADE Mundulla 45 d Keith 43
17 & UNDER Penola 41 (L Butler) d Kybybolite 36 (C Baker)
16 & UNDER Naracoorte 58 (L Henschke) d Mundulla 46 (K Lock)
15 & UNDER Keith 50 (P Jones) d Kybybolite 40 (A Burtt)
13 & UNDER A Above - Lyndon Smith looks for a Saints team mate downfield. Left - Tough midfielder Michael Cummings just gets his kick away during 2nd semi final action. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER
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Bordertown 29 (A Weatherald, C Belluzzo) d Kingston 9 (K Pilmore, T Daniel)
13 & UNDER B Keith 44 (I Ross) d Border Districts 25 SEE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR SUNDAY’S ELIMINATION FINAL RESULTS
INDOOR BOWLS RESULTS KIMBERLY-CLARK AUSTRALIA PENNANTS - ROUND 16
Kilsby Shield Commercial Club 58 def Yahl 53; Saints 75 def Kongorong 39; Glenburnie 61 def RSL and District 42; Glencoe 61 def Post-Tel 55 Malseed Shield Moorak Blue 51 def Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 47; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 71 def Moorak Red 39; Mil-Lel 65 def Blue Lake Bowlers White 49 Premiership Tables after Round 16 Kilsby Shield Post-Tel 26 points, 150.35%; Glenburnie 25, 142.10%; RSL and District 24, 145.21%; Saints 16, 105.19%; Commercial Club 15, 92.86%; Glencoe 12, 67.18%; Yahl 5, 73.56%; Kongorong 5, 59.91% Malseed Shield Mt Gambier Bowls Club 28 points. 126.42%; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 20, 109.60; Moorak Blue 18, 111.39; Mil-Lel 16, 102.58; Moorak Red 10, 86.72; Blue Lake Bowlers White 4, 70.97
HAMPDEN NETBALL A GRADE Terang Mortlake 58 d Portland 46 (S. Arnott, J. Falconer, R. Payne) Cobden 62 d Hamilton Kangaroos 41 (E. Pertzel, A. McDonald, A. Huf)
HAMPDEN FOOTBALL A GRADE Portland 4.7 7.9 12.13 15.14 (104) Terang Mortlake 2.2 7.3 10.5 12.9 (81) Goals - Portland: T. Sharp 5; A. Shepherd 4; C. Giddings 2; Z. Barker, F. Jones, L. Crane, D. Barr. Terang Mortlake: M. Clissold 4; N. Couch 3; L. Wareham 2; K. JOhnstone, J. Budarick, B. Carroll. Best - Portland: H. Hampshire, T. Sharp, J. Moody, D. Falcone, F. Jones, D. Jackson. Ternag Mortlake: J. Arundell, J. Moloney, J. McKenzie, B. Carroll, M. Clissold, T. McKenzie. Hamilton Kangaroos 16.17 (113) Cobden 7.7 (49) Goals - No details available. Best - No detials available.
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT FOOTBALL
A GRADE Amazons 45 (B. Hille, B. Young) d Lakes 42 (T. Fleming, L. Newman); Saints 56 (P. Primmer, K. Spada) d Vicis 40 (M. Bonnano, G. Gogel); Hobitz 52 (C. McKinnon, S. Herpich) d Intruders 46 (T. Moreland, K. Biskzo); Zodiacs 57 (C. Poel, L. Lovekin) d Nomads 31 (M. Trestrail, B. Koopman) A2 GRADE Saints 48 (S. Primmer, M. Ridding) d Vicis 20 (E. Lawson, A. Black); Amazons 76 (R. Stevens, E. Mulrnaey) d Hobitz 26 (R. Hare, K. Edwards); Intriders 54 (E. Cazdow, D. Summers) d Zodiacs 31 (T. Symonds, S. Hughes) B1 GRADE Noamds 54 (M. Long, E. Aston) d Zodiacs Gold 48 (A. Bailey, L. Haskins); Intruders Orange 73 (D. Miller, C. White) d Zodiacs Blue 35 (C. Wright, M. McKenny); Saints 73 (C. Lock, C. Hosking) d Hobitz 19 (G. Johns, L. Lamb) B2 GRADE Saints 50 (R. Hoath, T. Hogan) d Noamds 32 (A. Williams, K. Doyle); Vicis 39 (L. Vorwerk, K. Oâ€™Donohoe) d Intruders Orange 37 (H. Seidel, K. McCoombe); Amazons 66 (A. Tsarchke, B. Howley) d Lakes 37 (B. Martin, J. Moran) C GRADE Intruders Black 46 (C. Thiel, H. Costigan) d Amazons 14 (J. Bowd, L. Baxter); Nomads 44 (H. Baker, M. Holt) d Zodiacs 25 (E. Brown, I. Symonds) 15 & UNDER A Vicis Green 38 (R. Dunn, I. Freke) d Hobitz Blue 35 (S. Mutton, T. Verrity); Zodiacs 56
(K. Somerfield, A. Knowles) d Amazons 9 (C. Pickin, S. Bakker); Intriders Orange 39 (E. Pollifrone, I. Holmes) d Saints 17 (S. Dougherty, M. Hosking); Hobitz Red 50 (K. Wallace, S. Herpich) d Vicis White 28 (G. Ralph, J. Glynn) 13 & UNDER A Intruders Black 33 (A. Wilson, C. Beck) d Zodiacs 25 (A. Knowles, G. Kentish); Saints 42 (J. Mason, J. Morale) d Intruders Orange 27 (A. Neumann, D. Malin) 13 & UNDER B Zodiacs Blue 33 (E. Fraser, A. Brook) d Vicis 14 (C. Spencer, M. Stafford); Hobitz Blue 48 (Z. Balog, M. Lamb) d Zodiacs Gold 19 (L. Savage, K. Millard); Hobitz Red 35 (M. Govan, L. Thorne) d Intruders 19 (S. Morale, R. Duivenvoorde) 11 & UNDER Nomads 19 (S. Cornish, K. Boyd) d Amazons 3 (C. Noble, G. Hille); Vicis 10 (L. McIntosh, B. Barrett) d Zodiacs Gold 8 (E. Tweed, E. Chittleborough); Hobitz Red 13 (Z. Sugden, S. Mackereth) d Intruders Black 8 (L. Murdock, K. Phillips); Hobitz White 19 (C. Sims, B. de Nys) d Saints 1 (B. Ridding, E. Povey); Hobitz Blue 23 (B. Muller, G. Gentile) d Intruders Orange 4 (N. Dycer, D. Verrity) 9 & UNDER Hobitz Blue 15 d Intruders 1; Vicis Green 6 d Hobitz Red 4; Zodiacs Blue 8 (P. Lucas, B. Starrick) d Nomads 3 (B. Gregory, M. Wingard); Zodiacs Gold 9 (P. Scanlon, L. Durbridge) d Hobitz White 4 (A. Ferrari, T. Sims)
PRELIMINARY FINAL A GRADE Heywood 2.1 5.5 7.6 9.11 (65) Westerns 2.1 4.2 8.5 9.5 (59) Goals - Heywood: M. Bunworth, W. Barker-Lovett, J. Walker 2; D. Handreck, N. Johnstone; G. Slade. Westerns: J. Bliss 3; K. Richardson, R. Cracknell 2; L. Evans, M. Curtis. Best - Heywood: B. Millard, E. Bott, J. Imbi, E. Blacksell, G. Slade, A. Johnstone. Westerns: N. Haylock, L. Evans, M, Curtis, L. Robinson, J. Bliss, N. Scott.
SOUTH WEST DISTRICT NETBALL PRELIMINARY FINAL A GRADE Tyrendarra 42 (R. Kane) d Westerns 36
Eleven South East Senior Tennis players enjoyed tennis at the Active 8Centre for the August hit. The next event will be held at Heriot Street courts of the Mount Gambier Tennis Club, on September 16, at 11 am. Above (from left) - Necia Evans, Rosalie Douglas, Trish Douglas, Virginia Hill, Peter Evans, Marlene Bull, Allan Schultz, Marg Moffatt, Peter Barry Lorraine Gilgour, Helen Rathjen. Far left (top) - Lilly Hateley is a picture of concentration as she looks to shoot over West defender Toneya Carraill in 15 & Under A action at the weekend. Far left (centre) - Phoebe McGuinness contests strongly with Cats shooter Zhane Crawford during the 15 & Under B 2nd semi final. Far left (bottom) - North Gambier 13 & Under B defender Zarly Jones. Left - South Gambier 13 & Under A wing attack Ashlee Cooper. lifestyle1.net | 36
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