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COVER • PENOLA IGA CELEBRATES 10 YEARS AT CHURCH STREET SITE Penola IGA is an iconic landmark on the Limestone Coast commercial landscape – not just because of its prime position at the town entrance but because it has become a mecca for food lovers looking for fresh, South Australian produce. Add to that the quality customer service and Kerry and Shane McPherson have exceeded even their own expectations when relocating to the prominent Church Street site a decade ago. The Penola IGA team are set to celebrate 10 years in their new premises on December 8 – a decade built on sourcing quality produce, training friendly and expert local staff and ensuring the Penola IGA shopping experience is always a great experience. After 19 years in its original home, the move to the expansive Church Street site in 2008 paid almost immediate dividends and since 2010, the industry awards have flowed. In 2010 and ’11, Penola IGA was named the SA IGA Retailer of the Year, also taking out the frozen foods & dairy freezer, grocery, general merchandise and customer service department awards. It was in 2011 that the store also reached its greatest height – named National Store of the Year – and again bringing home the best grocery and dairy/freezer departments in Australia. The following year, Penola IGA picked up the best bakery and dairy/freezer department awards, while in 2013 the store was adjudged to have the
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best grocery and bakery departments in the State. And Penola IGA is still winning awards, taking home the South Australian dairy and freezer department award again this year. But for all those accolades, it is the satisfaction of their customers that brings the true reward for the Penola IGA team. They pride themselves on stocking a wide range of products, from the everyday staples to gourmet items and delectable treats, as well as catering to specialist dietary needs, especially gluten free and vegan products. Fresh fruit and vegetables, direct from market, has always been a priority for Kerry and Shane and the team, with quality meat, sourced from Richards Butchers, and a diverse range of
international and Australian cheeses, gourmet products and speciality meats. In fact, the new cheese display is the latest innovation in the always developing store, that boasts a 30 door freezer department that houses icecream, speciality meals and every frozen item you can think of, while salad, antipasto, seafood and poultry are also all in store. When the new store opened in 2008, it was all about servicing the Penola community, but such is the reputation of this award winning supermarket that Penola IGA attracts loyal shoppers from right across the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria. Kerry and Shane proudly employ more than 40 locals, ranging from junior trainees up to experienced,
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long serving staff. There is no better place in the Limestone Coast to find everything you need to cater for the festive season so drop in and see Kerry, Shane and the Penola IGA team today at 27 Church Street, Penola. The store is open 7am7pm, seven days a week. PENOLA IGA 27 Church Street Penola Ph: (08)8737 3952 Above - Just some of the 40-strong staff that have made Penola IGA an award winning store.
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BRINGING HISTORY TO LIFE Growing up on the family property at Kalangadoo Simon Bryant lived next door to the great Lois Dean – a South East treasure with a passion for history – so it is hardly surprising Simon also researches history and delves into the archives at every opportunity. Combining a passion for history and writing, Simon has taken a different tack to your usual re-telling of times gone by – he blends fact with fiction, keeping his stories historically accurate but using poetic licence with his characters to bring the period to life. It all started with a diary from Kalangadoo Station – the diary of Minnie Hunter – and Simon brings that time in this region to life in his novel Boss, exploring the life of early pastoralists, the plight of the indigenous population and just what faced the pioneers of this region. “As soon as I read the diary excerpts I knew there was a book here,” Simon said. “The core elements of the diary just made a wonderful story.” That wasn’t until many years later, though, and it has sparked something inside Simon that is seeing him feverishly working on a number of similar stories to retell history in an accessible way. Boss focuses on the second half of the 19th century and took around six months for Simon to produce his first draft but after he self-edited and then handed the manuscript to a Sydney based editor, it was a four year process from typing the first words to the finished book. For Simon, creative writing and exploring history was a welcome change from his long serving career in the public service, and creating historical Australian fiction is now what fills his retirement. It has seen him reinvigorate his writing skills from his days as an English Literature student at Adelaide University and his time in radio. “I had done a fair bit of writing for different groups and had dabbled in creative writing,” Simon said. “To start off mt serious writing with Minnie Hunter was amazing. It is a story of sheer perseverance and the toughness and resilience of the early settlers.” Simon was also not prepared to shy away from any of the more difficult aspects of the story, especially the treatment of the indigenous population and the complicated relationship between Minnie and the Aboriginal communities. “In the end, the story just about told itself,” Simon said.
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And with the ink barely dry ion his debut novel, Simon wasted no time delving into book number two, focussing on Melbourne in the 1890s. “Again I have done a lot of research and it is based in fact but centred on fictional characters,” Simon said. It was in his research of Minnie Hunter’s life that inspiration for the second book came – Minnie spent part of her life in Melbourne. Taken In is the name of the second book, which is set for release early next year, and it looks at Melbourne in a time when the riches of the goldfields made the Victorian capital an exciting and decadent place to be. “It was a battle of the old wealthy and the new wealthy and then there was those people that were really struggling,” Simon said. It also looks at the suffragette movement and the early history of Australian Rules football. And if you think Simon is looking to take a breath before diving into a third book – you would be wrong. It is in its infancy and will be a sequel to Taken In, such was the richness and diversity of information he uncovered about that time in Australian history.
For Simon, writing is a discipline and he looks to get in two to three hours each day. “I really like writing about things based in historical reality rather than inventing something off the top of my head,” Simon said. Limestone Coast residents interested in meeting Simon and getting their hands on his debut novel Boss should head to the Glencoe Woolshed this Sunday at 3pm for an afternoon with the author. Entry is $10 with refreshments provided.
LANDCARE FUNDING FOR LOCAL PROJECTS The Australian Government last week announced that it will be delivering 195 projects to regional and local communities under its $450 million Regional Land Partnerships program. In this region, the South East Natural Resources Management Board will deliver outcomes to support Agricultural systems adapt to changes in climate and markets as well as continue the ‘Communities helping Cockies’ program to improve the trajectory of the nationally endangered South-Eastern Red-tailed Black Cockatoo. The South East Natural Resources Management Board will also work to enhance the Coorong and Lakes Alexandrina and Albert Wetland. For further information about Regional Land Partnerships, visit: http://www.nrm.gov.au/ lifestyle1.net | 04
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of the Year. And while he enjoyed the hype and the chance to rub shoulders with artists and industry heavyweights, what he is most excited about is winning the ARIA has given him a platform to preach his gospel – the importance of music education. Scott found out the Friday before the ARIA Award gala presentation but kept his victory a closely guarded secret and then set himself to soak in every minute of November 28. Ignoring the fact, he was basically awake from 2-4am contemplating the best words for his acceptance speech, Scott and his wife Vanessa’s day officially started at 2pm with the red carpet and the Teacher of the Year was scheduled to take that walk through the media throng in the same way as the major artists. “It was crazy – Dan Sultan was behind me but I was so caught up in it I barely noticed,” Scott said. “It was basically a media festival.” There were up to 60 broadcast journalists capturing on camera interviews and then there was a sponsor walls where basically hundreds of photos were taken and Scott was as in demand as any other ARIA nominee. “Everyone there was famous,” Scott said. “I didn’t know where to look.” His award sponsor The Song Room certainly guided him through the media maze and Scott admits the experience was daunting but so enjoyable. “I think I got better each time I was interviewed,” he said. “Some were serious and some were more fun.” With the red carpet nailed, it was on to the Chairman’s Cocktail Party - a function with wall to wall artists and high ranking officials from the recording companies – and that was where Scott has officially presented his ARIA and made his speech. “That was my chance to have a say and say it in front of all those professionals – it was amazing,” Scott said. “I felt like I had the complete support of the entire room and that my message was resonating with them.” Highlighting Mount Gambier, his school and the support of the wider community were key pillars of Scott’s time in the limelight – as well as, arguably most importantly, his family. “I spoke about the importance of music education in developing a vibrant, creative future for our kids,” he said. The cocktail party was also where Scott spotted Sir Bob Geldof and realised there was no better time, with an ARIA in his hand, to meet the music icon. “Knowing how important he’s been for music in the world I just had to meet him and try not to fan boy,” Scott said. “He was just how I imagined him to be – he was very friendly. He gave me all the time in the world and much respect.” After meeting music royalty, Scott was then ushered into the official presentations and, as only he could, the Grant High music teacher was as fascinated by the production, behind the scenes type activity, as he was the lifestyle1.net | 06
parts we all watched on television. “Each performance had a completely different set and to watch the team of tech crew ands their professionalism and the way they ripped one set down and set up for the next performance was mind blowing,” Scott said. Needless to say, you might see some nifty new stage craft in the next school musical. “It was great to see how the awards come together from inside.” Scott was aware Richard Wilkins would be interviewing him on camera at some stage during the evening and he had two priorities – making sure he mentioned Mount Gambier and also gave a huge shout out to the school and the kids. And it is the school community that has been with Scott every step of the way. As one parent astutely pointed out, post victory, there are way more teachers in Australia than recording artists so it is a victory to savour. And then there was the student who purchased a music trophy, had it engraved with Teacher of the Year and presented it to Scott prior to the awards. “He said it didn’t matter if I won or not,” Scott said. “Things like that are just amazing.” Scott spent just as much time in the media room as any ARIA award winning artist, caught a lift with Courtney Barnett, spent the after party juggling his ARIA, his beer and untold congratulatory handshakes, as well as featuring on Guy Sebastian’s instagram account.
“The traction the award is having already is huge and it starts a conversation about music education in this country,” Scott said. “It is about creating the future of music in Australia and it has given me another reason to believe what I’m doing is making a difference.” And it is clear the music program at Grant High School is doing just that. Numbers continue to spike in the music program, with an unprecedented 46 Year 8 students enrolling for specialist music for 2019. School principal Fleur Roachock could not have been more thrilled to have her school and its music program in the national spotlight. “Obviously Scott’s energy and innovation is outstanding,” she said. “He has inspired a number of young people to explore their musical and dramatic talents through his original works with Mike Bakker. They are such a great duo and what they have done for this program is massive. We are really proud of how well this reflects on our school environment.” Above - Scott Maxwell with his ARIA Award; delivering his acceptance speech at the Chairman’s Cocktail Party and on television being interviewd by Richard Wilkins. PHOTOS COURTESY OF TIM NATHAN, BRAYDEN SMITH & CHRISTO HERRIOT. Below - On the red carpet with wife Vanessa.
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TOP INDIGENOUS AWARD FOR NARACOORTE STUDENT Naracoorte High School’s Cleoni Trussell has been selected as a winner of the Walpaara Anpa Award. The Walpaara Anpa Award, from the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure aims at encouraging Year 10 Aboriginal secondary students to remain at school to complete Years 11 and 12. Walpaara Anpa is Arabunna for “clever one”. The winning prize is a laptop computer with a backpack, which will be presented to Cleoni at a final School Assembly this term. Cleoni’s application was selected
by a panel of three Aboriginal people from more than 40 entries across South Australia. Her winning entry discussed her goals and aspirations of pursuing a career in either agricultural science or early childhood education. “Naracoorte High School has also provided me with many extra curricular opportunities this year including athletics, both within our region and in Adelaide, as well as many Agricultural Show competitions where I have learnt new skills and enjoyed being part of a team,”Cleoni said. “I have appreciated the individual support that I get from teachers at the school, who have assisted me with my studies and encouraged me to continue on with my schooling.” Naracoorte High School staff member, Bronwyn Longbottom also supported Cleoni’s application.“Cleoni is a fantastic role model for other Aboriginal students at our school,” she said. “Her attendance and academic achievement at our school is excellent and she is involved in many varied extra-curricular activities. I believe Cleoni is a very deserving winner.” NATIONAL HONOUR FOR LOCAL ADMINISTRATOR SAL Real Estate’s Imogene Ryan has been recognised as the Rural Co. Property’s national administrator of the year. Imogene’s win was announced at an industry presentation event in Tasmania earlier this month. Imogene has been part of the SAL Real Estate team for four years.
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GALLERY TO HOST UNIQUE MUSICAL PERFORMANCE Celebrate the festive season with the Australian String Quartet (ASQ) during a one-off, twilight concert at the Riddoch Art Gallery on Saturday, December 15, at 5.30pm. A culmination of the ASQ’s Limestone Coast summer residency, don’t miss this special opportunity to hear four of Australia’s finest musicians in concert. Dedicated to musical excellence with a distinctly Australian flavor, the ASQ will bring a selection of its favourite music to the region for a summer residency, featuring closed visits to a Mount Gambier health unit, a performance in Penola and working with a local school and the Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra, leading up to the major event at the Riddoch Art Gallery his month. The ASQ will perform with guest cellist Simon Cobcroft while Sharon Grigoryan takes parental leave. Simon appears courtesy of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
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HIGHLAND DANCERS CLAIM ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP Students from the Margaret Cleves School of Dancing have again made their mark, this time at the South Queensland St Andrews Day Championships held in Toowoomba earlier this month, winning two of the three championships. More than 150 dancers competed at this very prestigious event. Hailee Pearce was successful in the 11 years & under section, winning all four dances in the championship, following on from her recent Tasmanian win. Fifteen year old Ebony McDonald took out the 12-15yrs section of the championship. Ebony was also runner up in the premiership and won a special Blue Bonnets dance.
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More than just another homette. This stunning property has had a complete makeover. Gorgeous living areas in grey and white, gas cooking. Split system reverse cycle heating cooling. 2 double size bedrooms both with built in robes. Internal access from the garage with remote roller door. Lovely outdoor entertaining undercover. There’s not much not to love about this ripper. Walk to pop up bars at the Railway Precinct from this blue chip location.
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19 MAYFLOWER COURT
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.
28 ACACIA STREET
No stone has been left unturned in the presentation of this immaculate 4-bedroom home, elevated and situated on a corner allotment. North facing windows in the open plan kitchen/dine/family allow for loads of natural light to ﬁlter through, lush gardens are an aspect from virtually every window of the home. 2Pak cabinetry in the kitchen blend nicely with the stainless-steel appliances. The main bedroom features a spacious walk in robe and ensuite, whilst the remaining bedrooms all have built in robes. For convenience the main bathroom is 3 way, ideal for the family or guests. Quality windows furnishings adorn the formal and informal living areas, giving the home an incredible richness yet a real feeling of home. Internal access is available through the double garage with remote roller doors, in addition there is a rear workshop with power ideal for the man who loves to tinker. Ducted gas heating and a split system reverse cycle unit as both on offer, ensuring year-round comfort at home. Rarely will you ﬁnd a solid home with 9-foot ceilings in this estate, located oh so close to Saint Martin’s (R to 12) Lutheran School and the city centre.
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Immaculate 3 bedroom home situated close to the Market Place shopping precinct in a quiet culdesac. The master bedroom features an ensuite and walk in robe. Bedroom 2 has built in robes. Renovated 2 pak kitchen with granite benchtops and 5 burner gas cooktop. Gas wall burner in lounge, plus split system reverse cycle, ceiling fans and heat-banks. Remote single garage plus rear yard access. Currently used as serviced accommodation with all necessary council approvals. Move in with absolutely nothing to do
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STUNNING FAMILY HOME ON AN ACRE
Vicki Quinn has pleasure offering for sale this immaculate family home nestled on an acre of gorgeous gardens with room for the kids to roam free. With a unique ﬂoorplan, the home is comprises of 4 bedrooms, a dedicated office, formal lounge and an open plan kitchen, dine and family area. The timber kitchen has loads of bench space, dishwasher, induction cook top and a large walk in pantry. Overlooking gardens, the main bedroom is a great size and offers a Large walk in robe and ensuite, complete with a 2 person spa bath. Sliding doors spill from the family room to the superb outdoor entertaining, sheltered by zip track blinds. Ducted Reverse cycle heating/cooling throughout the home is powered by 3 Phase, ensuring cost effective comfort all year round. Vehicle access is available to the double colorbond shed (approx. 6M X 9M). With power in the rear yard.
6 FIMMELL COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
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This appealing neat and tidy brick veneer home great for the ﬁrst home buyers or investors. It offers: Open plan kitchen and dining. Kitchen with dishwasher and electric cooking. Large open lounge room with slow combustion heating. Three bedrooms, large main bedroom and bedrooms 2 & 3 with great built-in wardrobes. The bathroom has a shower, bath & vanity, the toilet is separate. Good
INVESTMENT OF THE WEEK 2/29 VICTORIA TERRACE LEASED AT $240 P/W
ABSOLUTE PERFECTION IN MAX YOUNG PARK
14 LANGE STREET
Remodelled and comprised as 4 bedrooms. Walk in robe and ensuite to the main bedroom. Bedrooms 2 and 3 have built in robes. Double shower and tiled to the ceiling. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with split system reverse cycle and wood heating. Gas cooktop plus electric oven. Relax on the back deck overlooking a low maintenance yard. Ideally located between Reidy Park PS and Tenison Woods College. Be quick this location is blue chip.
BOASTING LOCATION AND GREAT LOOKS
PRIVATE, PEACEFUL & PERFECT
This appealing unit will ideally suit anyone looking for a low maintenance, exciting lifestyle being only a couple of minutes’ walk to the main street & equally as close to the bustling cafes & restaurants. The why to buy: • 2 spacious bedrooms • Master bedroom has a built-in robe • Fully renovated bathroom with separate toilet • Delightful kitchen with gas cooking & spacious pantry • Open plan kitchen
A GREAT START
Welcome to 28 Acacia Street, where this lovely 4-bedroom family home is situated on a large level 828sqm block. This property is perfect for that family looking to break the rental cycle and turn a house into their home. Built of solid Mount Gambier stone it has great potential. The lounge is located at the front of the home with a split system and slow combustion heating.
STYLISH, COMFORTABLE, SECURE & CONVENIENT
Do you want to live in a new home without having to deal with the hassle of building? Well, the hard work has been done for you. This 7-yearold home is situated in the quiet street of Fimmell Court, this is a rare opportunity to move into a well-designed home. Walk through the front door to ﬁnd a light ﬁlled second living area on your right. The master bedroom is spacious and features a roomy ensuite. Built in cupboards. The rest of the bedrooms all have built in robes and a large main bathroom with separate toilet. The open plan kitchen/living/ dining area is the social hub of the house. The kitchen features gas cooktop & gas oven, dishwasher & plenty of cupboard space. With a reverse cycle split system and sense of spaciousness compliment the area. The area extents to a large outdoor alfresco area overlooking the irrigated lawns. The yard is perfect for children and or pets with secure fencing and offers rear yard access with plenty of room for the caravan and trailer. The property also offers a small rain water tank, garden shed and a cleared space for a larger shed. With stylish interiors, a striking façade and practical layout, this property would be perfect for a family or couple looking for a long-term home.
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The heading says it all, an impressive home with a touch of class, being of solid contruction, and grand looking home positioned on an elevated allotment. High ceilings, ornate bulkheads, quality fixtures and fittings throughout. The condition of this home inside and out is a credit to the current owners. Formal lounge and dining areas, complemented with ducted gas heating, split system air-conditioning and ceiling fans. Solid timber kitchen with walk in pantry and stailess steel products. Open kitchen meals family area. Character bay window looking out to a stunning garden. Alfresco entertaining area, great for entertaining. 3 bay garage plus large workshop or storage area. Inspection will impress.
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southeasts premier private school at your back door step. Set on aproximate 2 acres of parklike gardens featuring tennis court, aproximate 85,000 litres of rain water, orchard and bore water to keep your property green all year round. Solid brick and tile home featuring 2 pack kitchen caeser stone bench top, walk in pantry. Stunning ensuite, 2 living areas, 3 toilets, 2 bathrooms, double garage under main roof, 9 x 6 m garage and workshop plus 9 x 12 m high
7 BELLEVALE COURT MT GAMBIER 4 BED I 2 BATH I 2 CAR
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IDEAL FAMILY HOME $369,950 Nestled between mcdonald park primary and st martins college, this home would suit the growing family with 4 bedrooms plus office, 2 living areas, 2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, and a private secure yard. This one owner home has been well looked after.
inspection will impress $279,500 Check at this beautifully presented home, ideal for the young family or couple. Timber floors flow the house, with an open kitchen meals family area, plus large lounge, complemented with gas heating and split system air-conditioning. 3 bedrooms 2 with built in robes.
CHARACTER AND INNER CITY LIVING $239,000 Ideal for easy living, investment or bed and breakfast. Modern kitchen, polished timber floors, upgraded bathroom, 2 living areas, 3 good size bedrooms 2 bir open kitchen meals area, gas log fire, fully fenced, enclosed carport, remote garage.
PERFECT INSIDE AND OUT $449,000 Inspection will impress. Perfect inside and out and located in a quiet cul de sac. This home has stunning north view’s, is low maintenance ideal for the mature family or semi retirees. Great spot for caravan or boat. Great living areas for entertaining. Spacious kitchen.
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MAKE AN OFFER $175,000 Perfect for development (sca) flipper, renovator 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 with 2 great access. Double garage and workshop.
GREAT SHEDS, EXECUTIVE HOME $595,000 Perfect for the farmer looking to come to town or the person wanting to keep their boat and caravan at home. This executive home has all the extras, great shedding beautiful home, great views, low maintenance, extras include 4 large bedrooms all with built in robes.
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 benchtops.
CHARACTER, CLASS, CARAVAN. $365,000 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.
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COUNTRY LIFESTYLE $465,000 Located next to the mt gambier golf course this home offers opportunities. Country home, lifestyle and still close to all of the cities benefits. 4 Bedroom home, 2 bathrooms, 4th bedroom designed for small business. 2 Living areas, large covered semi enclosed patio area.
PERFECT $269,000 Perfect location, perfect condition, is the best way to describe this lovely home. This attractive home has been well maintained inside and out. Open plan living, functional kitchen, large north facing windows, 2 bedrooms 2 way bathroom.
ALL YOU COULD WISH FOR $585,000 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 fittings.
IDEAL LOCATION $210,000 Wow what an opportunity to create a great asset in mount gambier’s commercial street. Create an office/ commercial hub, a home, development or an investment. Solid stone home on a corner allotment with great vehicle access for parking.
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24 Navajo Drive
Popular Conroe Heights location – a fabulous family home in quality area. Spacious living areas – solid timber kitchen OPEN and generous rear FRI yard. Priced to sell – 5.00 - 5.30 be quick for this one!
27 Gwendoline Street
84 Lake Terrace East
22 Bertha Street
$499,000 to $519,000
16 Westlands Court
This impressive Return Verandah Villa is situated on a coveted 1398m2 (approx.) corner allotment an easy OPEN walking distance to SAT the Blue Lake and 9.30 - 10.00 the city’s cafes,
Affordable family living – tastefully renovated & presented home ideal for a growing family or investor. Large corner allotment OPEN & secure yard. Loads of SAT cover for vehicles. Priced 9.15 - 9.45 to sell, be quick to act!
20 Cobblestone Court
Take a deep breath before you enter this amazing property – because it will take your breath away! First impressions count and you OPEN won’t be disappointed here – the definition of FRI splendour! In conjunction 5.00 - 5.30 with Key2Sale Real Estate.
Live the high life in this elevated stylish property with gorgeous views. If size matters then this big beautiful home will tick OPEN all the boxes. Fantastic FRI shedding/storage on 5.00 - 5.30 offer. Inspect now!
23 McArthur Street
18 Cobblestone Court
27 Victor Street
If you are searching for space, look no further. Fit for a large family & quiet cul-de-sac location. Low maintenance lifestyle & close to shops & parklands. Book your OPEN inspection now. Priced to SAT sell. Leased at $350 per 10.00 - 10.30 week. All offers invited.
Inner city cottage with nothing to do, high ceilings, timber floors. Great inner city living or Air BNB. Absolutely Fabulous! OPEN Inspect asap. FRI 5.00 - 5.30
52 Elizabeth Street
This charming home is located in a sought after inner city street, nestled on a low maintenance allotment, gleaming timber floors, OPEN high character ceilings SAT and lovely eat in 10.15 - 10.45 country kitchen.
6-8 Pinehall Avenue
Tightly held location, solid & spacious home with 2 living areas and fantastic outdoor entertaining + extra shedding. OPEN This home offers all a FRI family desires. 5.00 - 5.30
20 Patricia Court
Elegant architectural design – boasting eco friendly features throughout. Light filled and loaded with quality. This brand new OPEN home stands out in a SAT crowd. Inspection will 10.45 - 11.15 not disappoint.
19 Noojee Street
4 Jacaranda Court
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.
It’s all about location. Tastefully updated and lovingly maintained, this solid stone home is perfect for those starting up or OPEN winding down. Easy care living and only a SAT short stroll to shops, lakes 11.30 - 12.00 area and city centre.
470 Attamurra Road
23 Dalkeith Drive
5.5 acres approx $695,000
Sensational architecturally designed home on over five acres of land a short distance from the city centre. This executive beauty will impress the most discerning OPEN buyer – Be further impressed SAT with the adjoining fully self11.45 - 12.15 contained retreat guest house.
11 Graney Court
Ideally positioned in a quiet cul de sac a short distance from the city centre, great flexible floor plan and fantastic OPEN shedding. SAT 12.45 - 1.15
2/25 Suttontown Road
7 St Andrews Drive
This beautiful property is approximately three years old and will impress the buyer who expects quality. The versatile floor plan can be utilized in many ways. Country living so close to the city.
Excellent home for the family, close to McDonald Park Primary school and Saint Martins Lutheran College – brand new floor coverings throughout – nothing to do but move in!
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.
“THE AUGUSTA”. Outstanding home. Master suite on top level with lounge area and balcony. Lower level with three bedrooms, kitchen/dining/living area, bi-fold doors to alfresco area. Hardwood stairs. Double garage.
An affordable community title unit in small group of 2. Private rear unit with low maintenance grounds, generous living area, enclosed rear yard. Leased @ $215 p/w until June 2019. An ideal investment.
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29 John Street
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46 Commercial Street West
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7 Shelley Crescent
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78A Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
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78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
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70 Cardinia Street
Avail 7/1/19 3 1 1 $230 pw • Kitchen with electric cooking • Lounge with gas heating • Garage with access to back yard area, • Garden shed • Close to shops, • No pets **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
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29 John Street
7 Max Young Drive
Avail Now 2 1 1 $230 pw • 2 bedroom, both with built in robes • Lounge with gas heating • Eat-In kitchen with electric cooking • Detached garage with remote access • Central location • No Pets **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
Avail 4/2/19 3 1 1 $300 pw • 3 bedrooms all with built in robes • Separate lounge • Kitchen/dining or family room • Electric cooking • Gas heating • Single garage with internal access • Decking area • No pets **INSPECTIONS SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
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8 Bruins Road Wandilo
Set in a quiet country setting over 2.8acres (approx.) this modern master piece offers the epitome of family living. Four double bedrooms, elegant master suite, spacious formal lounge, home library, office, stunning kitchen – large spacious living – exceptional on every level.
13 Brolga Street
Expressions of interest closing 20/12/2018 at 5pm (if not sold prior) A rare opportunity to purchase one of Port MacDonnell’s beach front residences. Boasting unrestricted 180 degree sea views. Two bedroom, main with ensuite and walk in robe/dressing room. Light filled kitchen/living/ dining, double length stone garage/workshop. Potential plus with a view to envy.
79 Bay Road
The perfect seaside escape or permanent residence – An easy stroll to the beachfront and only footsteps to all other amenities.
100 Sea Parade Port MacDonnell
47 Meylin Street Port MacDonnell
Location, position, quality and excellence! Bask in the luxury that this magnificent home has to offer. The property has been designed for the most discerning home owner with versatile living spaces to suit your family dynamic. All on a generous north facing allotment overlooking a stunning reserve.
Fantastic location, solid & spacious family home. Boasting extra large living areas, high ceilings, gourmet kitchen & additional shedding. Surrounded by quality homes. Popular St Martins precinct. Put this on your list!
14 Houston Drive
3 Warrick Close
Solid construction family home in the popular Birdsville area. Featuring four bedrooms, main bedroom with ensuite and built in robes. Spacious kitchen/living/dining, formal lounge – ticks all the boxes!
Lot 103 and Lot 105 Hillview Lane
48 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley
77 Cardinia Street
A great opportunity to enter the market to do some renovating and reap the rewards. Especially great for the first buyer who knows their way around a tool box.
12 West Street Tarpeena
A perfectly maintained oasis – ideal for a family or active couple. Over 2,000m2 of established and productive gardens, solar and bore water, ducted heating and cooling. You won’t buy better!
3/25 John Street
Great central unit located in a quiet group of three. Currently leased. Ideal investment to add to your portfolio. Inspect asap!
18 Eldridge Drive Worrolong
61 Cape Douglas Road
Exceptional beachside living. The ocean at your door step. Nothing to do but swim, fish & relax. A magical seaside retreat – expect to be impressed with amazing sea views!
6 Arthur Street Tarpeena
Beautifully maintained home in the lovely country town of Tarpeena. Country living only 20 minutes drive to the bustle of the City. Inspect asap!
177 McKay Road Compton
Tucked away on approx 1 acre of land is this charming brick & tile property. A hop, skip & jump from the city centre. Ideal location and boasts extra storage & workshop – Inspect asap.
10 Mayflower Court
3000m2 plus (approx). Expressions of interest closing 14th December 2018 @ 5pm (unless sold beforehand). Nestled on one of Mount Gambier’s most exclusive addresses where you can embrace the perfect family lifestyle is this turn of the century return verandah villa. A magical setting with tennis court & swimming pool. Surrounded by stunning character homes only a short walk to the Blue Lake or city centre.
RENTALS 12 Robinson Street
HILLVIEW LANE, COMPTON Lot 103 - $175,000 – 5,593m2 approx Lot 105 - $184,500 – 5,829m2 approx Last 2 blocks available in Hillview Lane (off McKay Road). Just minutes to the city and quality schools. Power, water & telephone connected. Stunning Panoramic Views.
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!
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! In conjunction with Key2Sale Real Estate
Meticulously maintained family home that offers outstanding features, exceptional shedding and is located in a quiet cul-de-sac. A home that stands apart from the rest.
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2/193 Commercial Street West
1/2 James Street
78B Sea Parade
• 1/2 James Street • 2/2 James Street • 2 & 3/193 Commercial Street West • 23-25 Commercial Street West Avail Now 3
• Stylishly newly renovated lakeside home • 3 bedrooms all with built-in robes • Large newly renovated kitchen with S/S appliances • Lounge with gas heating • Renovated bathroom with separate toilet • Detached single garage and enclosed carport • Lawn maintenance included • Pets neg (1 small outside), no cats **INSPECTION SUBJECT TO APPLICATION APPROVAL**
• 3A Mitchell Street • 53 Commercial Street East • 78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
• Approx 85m2 • Separated into two areas • Wet area • POA
• Ideal for retail or office space • Approx. 185.52m2 • Reception area • Office • Staff Room • Fantastic location • Great incentives on offer from lessor • $1500 pcm first year + GST & outgoings • POA
• Prominent seafront location overlooking boat ramp and car park • Modern and well fitted store • Large floor area, flexible layout, 177 sqm floor area • Opportunity for a diverse range of business • Longterm lease available • POA
• 96 Commercial St East
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LOW MAINTENANCE INVESTMENT Ideal for the investor, ﬁrst home buyer or down sizer, this neat & dy 3-4 bedroom brick home oﬀers fantas c street appeal and side access to a large rear yard. Bay windows at the front of the home provide plenty of natural light to the main bedroom and open living area, with kitchen including electric cooking & new dishwasher. A spacious two-way bathroom is located between the bedrooms (two of which have BIRs) and the 4th bedroom/games room could easily be converted back into garage UMR. The home is kept comfortable year round with r/c air-condi oning. Freshly painted throughout with new carpet, this low maintenance home won’t last long.
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2 Parkway Avenue, Mount Gambier
5 Jenkins Street, Mount Gambier NE W
5 West Street, Mount Gambier
3 COMFORTABLE & CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
This conveniently located, well presented brick and le home, situated on a 703m2 allotment is located within walking distance to the North Gambier Primary School and the CBD. The home comprises of 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’s, a brand new kitchen with gas cooking, ample cupboard space with room for a dishwasher if you desire, bathroom with bath, shower and vanity and a separate toilet. You will love the spectacular new ﬂooring throughout the main living areas, gas hea ng in the lounge and a gas wall heater in the passage.
160 – 168 Wireless Road West, Suttontown
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Welcome to 5 Jenkins Street, Mount Gambier, the perfect ﬁrst home or investment property. Situated on a 753m2 allotment in a quite loca on, this Mount Gambier stone home comprises 4 bedrooms, main with built in robes and built in robes in two of the remaining three bedrooms. The elegant mber kitchen oﬀers electric cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space and overlooks the light ﬁlled dining area that opens to the paved undercover entertaining area. The bathroom features a bath, shower and vanity, a separate toilet plus an extra toilet in the laundry area.
7 John Fallas Drive, Compton
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SPACIOUS FAMILY LIVING ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN This warm, welcoming family home occupies an elevated 4.17 acre allotment and is located just minutes from Mount Gambier. If space, privacy and magniﬁcent views are what you dream of, this spacious and func onal home will not disappoint. Features of the home include three large bedrooms, the main with ensuite & WIR, and BIRs in the remaining two bedrooms. A large open plan kitchen and meals area with electric cooking, dishwasher and walk in pantry overlooks the paved undercover alfesco area, perfect for entertaining family and friends with spectacular views. The sizable rumpus/family room oﬀers more space to entertain or a fantas c games room for teenage kids. Other a ributes of the home include a separate toilet, a generous laundry, a centrally located slow combus on wood heater & reverse cycle air condi oning, Outside oﬀers 3 x 9000gallon rain water tanks, a fully equipped bore, 15m x 7.5m shed with 2 remote roller doors, 5kw solar system, hay shed/horse ﬂoat shed, 3 horse shelters, a chook run and a round yard.
35 Annette Street, Mount Gambier
176 Lighthouse Rd, Port MacDonnell NE W
16 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell
Expressions of interest by Monday 17th of December, 2018 (if not sold prior)
If you are looking for a well presented, conveniently located allotment at a fantas c price, then look no further. 35 Anne e Street, Mount Gambier oﬀers approximately 756m2 to build your dream home ( S.T.C.A) The allotment is fenced with colour bond fencing, surrounded by quality built homes, and is close to the Market Place, Community Kids Child Care Centre and the Mount Gambier Hospital Power, water and sewerage can be easily connected. House and Land packages available.An inspec on of this allotment will not disappoint, call our oﬃce today.
A rare opportunity exists to secure this unique 3 level, low maintenance family home, overlooking the picturesque Shelly Beach at Port MacDonnell. Features of the home include a mber kitchen with electric cooking and a walk-in pantry overlooking the spacious dining and lounge areas, all with glorious ocean views and warmed by slow combus on wood or gas hea ng. Four generous sized bedrooms, the main with ensuite and walk in robe, a large led spa room featuring a spectacular inground spa, shower and vanity with glass sliding doors opening to the rear, paved private outdoor entertaining area. The third level of the home oﬀers a sizable second living area / teenagers retreat or 5th bedroom. This area is perfect for extra visitors or kids sleep overs. No one misses out on their own space, with the ﬁrst level of the home also oﬀering endless possibili es. A games room/gym/oﬃce or man cave with a shower and a toilet are all located here adjacent to the double car garage under the main roof. Imagine feeling like you are on holidays every day of the year, si ng on your balcony enjoying the views across the ocean and the refreshing sea air. This home has everything your family needs and more. Inspect this unique, elevated beachfront home today.
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COLLECTED STUPIDITY - OLD SCHOOL… By ROBBIE TANSEL Life continues to throw up opportunities reminding me that I’m getting old. At the moment I’m being regularly confronted by the fact that things that I like are now old fashioned. Obviously I can’t make a statement like that without backing it up so… Let’s start with CDs. For you youngsters, the ‘C’ stands for Compact and the ‘D’ for Disc. A Compact Disc is a flat, round disc that stores music. To play it, you need to put it into a CD player, or into a computer that has a CD drive. At one point in time, Compact Discs were considered state of the art. The latest vehicle we purchased for our stupid dog Taserface, doesn’t even have a CD player. And that’s not because it has a tape player or an 8-track player (I haven’t got time to explain. Google it yourself). Now instead of a CD player, my vehicle has the capabilities to connect my phone by a 3.5mm stereo connection. I still like buying CDs. They come with nice artwork. They look nice on a shelf in your house. Anyway, I do still buy CDs when I get a chance, but I thought I was moving with the times when I started purchasing songs through the Apple iTunes store. I would put these songs on my phone and connect my phone via the 3.5mm stereo connection in my car. Everything about that was fine. Imagine my distress then when I went and bought a new phone on the weekend. I’m not the
sort of person who replaces their phone because their contract is up, or because there is a newer, better phone. I went to get a new phone because the phone I had was struggling to hold charge for a day anymore. But if I get a new phone, it’s not a style decision; it’s based on its functionality. Now when I buy a phone, I want the transaction to be quick and painless. That part of the process was actually pretty good. The problem came when I went to connect my new phone to the 3.5mm stereo cord in my car, because I’m happening and up to date with new technologies. I couldn’t find the little hole in my phone to plug the cord into. Apple don’t have a 3.5mm stereo connection on their new phones anymore! So once again, I’m still not up to date with new technology. As if that’s not all bad enough, the youngster in the phone shop who I went back to complain to tells me that I should be just Blue toothing. He then found out that I had songs on my phone and spent the next couple of minutes telling me that I needed to be on Spotify. Even when I’m keeping up, I’m still not keeping up. Other things that I thought were up to date but are actually old fashioned: I’ve slowly started transitioning from DVD to Blu Ray movies. The I find out no one is buying discs of any kind any more. Apparently everyone watches movies and TV shows on Netflix. It would have been nice if someone told me. Not that it would have changed anything though. I like having a disc. In a cover. That you very carefully put into a player to ensure you don’t scratch the disc. Going and looking at
different options at your local retailer is so much more satisfying than scanning through options on your computer or other device. Adding to the reasons I’m old fashioned, I like to have a real book in my hands, not a digital version, I think shops should be open five days a week, plus Saturday mornings and Thursday nights, and I don’t think that cars should be able to park themselves, that vacuum should be able to travel around the floor by themselves, or that fridges should have a digital screen. How is it that I became old-fashioned and didn’t realise it? About nine years ago I was current and happening, but I suddenly find myself about nine years behind where technology is now. Did something happen nine years ago? Did I get trapped in some sort of time warp? Hang on a minute; Shaquille is nine years old. I think that when we had our first kid, we got sucked into some sort of alternate universe where time travels differently. If you think we should form some sort of club of people who don’t want to move with the times, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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GLENELG SHIRE & LIMESTONE COAST SET TO BE PART OF POPULAR BIKE RACE Victoria’s greatest bike ride will be coming to the Glenelg Shire and Limestone Coast next year as part of a new look cross-border itinerary. The Great Victorian Bike Ride has announced a new route for the iconic event in 2019, making a stop in Portland as part of the 600km 10 day journey. The 2019 tour will now begin along the Limestone Coast on Friday, November 22, and then travel across the border to the Great Ocean Road and through the Great Otway National Park, finishing in Torquay on Sunday, December 1. Participants will ride into Portland on Monday, November 25. The Great Victorian Ride was established in 1984 by Bicycle Network Victoria and sees more than 5000 cyclists from across the state come together to celebrate a love of cycling in picturesque regional settings. Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said council was thrilled to welcome back the event to the shire. “Council is excited to once again host The Great Vic Bike Ride in the Shire after successful campaigns in both 2009 and 2013,” she said. “The anecdotal feedback we received from the riders who attended these events was overwhelming positive, with participants nominating Portland and Nelson as both their favourite days of riding. In fact statistics from the 2017 event have shown that 66 per cent of participants return to the towns that they have visited within 12 months and 53 per cent bring with them two or more people. For further information on the Great Vic Bike Ride please visit The Great Victorian Bike Ride webpage.
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THIRD TIME LUCKY It is a case of third time lucky for aspiring singer-songwriter Matt James, with the 25 year old Mount Gambier based performer being named as one of 10 finalists for the 2019 Toyota Star Maker - Australia’s most significant and longest-running search for a new country star. It is the third successive year Matt has applied to be in the running and he will now hit the stage on January 20, at the 47th Tamworth Country Music Festival, to vie for the top gong on the 40th anniversary of the award – an award that has such industry luminaries as Keith Urban, Lee Kernaghan, James Blundell, Gina Jeffreys and Beccy Cole on its honour role. The winner will receive a prize package which includes the use of a new Toyota vehicle and a fuel card for 12 months, plus guaranteed performances at major festivals and events throughout Australia. It will make for a busy time in Tamworth for the rising star, who is set to perform two of his own songs to wow the judges, as he was already committed to 18 performances in seven days, across the 10 day event. In fact, two months ago he was confirmed as one of the emerging and established artists to play Live and Loud – one of the major gigs of the festival – on January 24, so however the Star Maker pans out, Matt will be reaching thousands of fans. He certainly wouldn’t knock back the award, should he take it out, though. “Keith Urban won it in 1990 so hopefully in 25 years I’ve still got a career even half as good as his,” Matt said. Matt grew up in a musical household, his mother is award winning artist Sandra Humphries, but he admits to being a latecomer to the music scene
as a serious performer and songwriter. He started with the guitar at 14, dabbled on the drums and only as a 17 year old started to hone his craft as a vocalist. “I could pick up a guitar whenever I wanted – I could actually tune a guitar before I could play one - but it was never forced on me,” Matt said. “But once I did, it just kept on going like a long train and it hasn’t stopped. It’s like I was born to do it really, which I know is cliched.” Matt also headed to university later than most but now he has a Bachelor of Music (Popular Music), from Elder Conservatorium, under his belt, he has never been more sure that he wants to continue to pursue a career in the music industry. “There was a lot of song writing, as well as performance, technology, engineering and recording and the business side of the industry so I feel like it covered everything,” Matt said. “I know feel like I have more knowledge about the industry and how it works, as well as having made some good contacts.” Given Matt used to tour with his mother when she hit the road, enjoying a bird’s eye view of the industry, it is intriguing he still found the conservatorium experience so valuable. “I used to sit at the side of the stage and play along with the drums and mum sometimes even got me on stage but I think university was a chance for me to spread my wings I guess,” Matt said. “I think I always saw myself as doing something with music and this was my chance to branch out and take the first step. I have made a lot of friends out of my time at uni, and, also got a lot of work and a lot of gigs.” Locally, Matt is a regular at Metro Bakery & Café, Mac’s Hotel and the
Bay Pizzeria and has also started performing at The Apple Farm. Local gigs are just starting to heat up for the popular performer with his summer schedule normally seeing him with up to three gigs a week. And what he plays depends on the crowd. “You have to read the crowd at every gig to sense what they’re into,” Matt, who offers up a range of originals and covers across a variety of genres, said. And those originals can now be yours. Matt has record two of his own songs, with the first single, Miss This, released last Friday, with the second one still undergoing the finishing touches. He has also shot a video clip and loved every minute of both the recording and video shoot as he looks to share his own work with a wide audience. Matt headed to Brisbane, to Red Engine Recording, to work with Andrew Cochrane, shooting the film clip in Sydney with Blacklist Productions. Cochrane was Matt’s first choice to produce his originals – he is hoping to release a four track EP some time next year - and he was thrilled the respected producer was happy to get involved. “He has worked with a lot of young country artists in Australia and I wanted to sound like that,” Matt said. “I was lucky when I sent him my stuff that he thought I had something good. To hear that from a producer you want to work with is amazing and I honestly didn’t have anyone else in mind. I am glad I had spent some time in the recording studio, with mum, playing guitar for other people and at university, so when I was recording my own stuff I felt comfortable. He (Cochrane) had some really good ideas, which is why I wanted to work with him. We just seem to have the same vision and always ended up in
the same spot.” While being in the recording studio was not foreign to Matt, being in front of the camera was. “It was my first time in front of a camera and basically having to act,” Matt said. “It is not like performing or just having a conversation, it was all about standing there and looking there and I almost felt like a robot while I was getting used to it. In the end it was a pretty cool experience.” Matt’s formal music education began as a Year 10 student at Grant High School so it is somewhat serendipitous that in the week he released his debut single, his high school teacher, Scott Maxwell, took home an ARIA for Teacher of the Year. “I got along so well with him and he just made me love music even more,” Matt said. Matt is also currently working at Mount Gambier High School teaching guitar and working in both music and
KASEY’S NIGHT OF NIGHTS You could tell how much it meant to the girl who grew up singing country music songs around a campfire on the Nullarbor Plain by the passion in her performance, the warm hug with presenter and long time friend Paul Kelly and the gracious words of her acceptance speech. But perhaps the enormity of her induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame hit home most when guest presenter for Song of the Year, Sir Bob Geldof, singled out Kasey Chambers with his own heartfelt tribute to the talented songstress, who once called this region home. Kasey’s face said it all as the music industry icon praised the 2018 ARIA Hall of Fame inductee. It all started for Kasey as a nine or 10 year old in the Dead Ringer Band – the Chambers family band – and the now, 42 year old, is still going strong. “I’m the proudest dad in the world,” father Bill Chambers said in a taped
package documenting Kasey’s career. And it seems Kasey’s sentiments on winning her first ARIA in 1999, when she said “I didn’t think people like me won awards like this” still appeared to be her reaction to the Hall of Fame induction but throughout her acceptance speech, the role her family has played was front and centre. “My mum and dad are the two best role models anyone could ask for,” Kasey said, recalling her two favourite
pieces of advice from her parents. Kasey’s mum telling her talented daughter “being a bitch doesn’t make you strong and being strong doesn’t make you a bitch”, while father Bill was even more to the point – “just don’t be a dickhead”. The 14-time ARIA award winner got especially emotional when thanking her brother Nash, who she has performed alongside and worked with every step of the way. lifestyle1.net | 24
“This really is as much yours as it is mine,” Kasey said. The Hall of Fame inductee passing on some of her own advice to the next generation of musicians. “I just always wanted to be authentic,” she said. “Just be yourself and doing what’s true to you can influence and inspire so many people.” And that is exactly what Kasey has done, with Bernard Fanning calling her “one of the best songwriters of our generation”. Kasey also took home Best Country Album for her latest release – Campfire. Far left - Kasey Chambers accepting her ARIA Hall of Fame award from legend Paul Kelly. Above (right) - Kasey Chambers delivering her heartfelt acceptance speech.
general classrooms as an SSO (school support officer), teaching guitar privately and studying his Masters in Education. Matt’s song, Miss This, will be hitting the airwaves, as well as available for download from Spotify and iTunes. Above (main photo) - Matt James shooting his first film clip in Sydney with Blacklist Productions.
OPEN FOR BUSINESS Southern Grampians Shire residents can enjoy a free dip this summer with all outdoor pools now open. This season council is trialling free entry to our outdoor pools for casual swimming and looking to see what that does for attendance numbers. All pools will be opened from 3pm to 7pm seven days a week, when the temperature is greater than 21 degrees for heated pools and 23 degrees for unheated pools. All pools will open 12pm to 7pm when the air temperature forecast by the Bureau of Meteorology at 4pm for the next day is more than 35 degrees (weekends and all of January only). Supervised early morning swimming will be offered regardless of temperature at Hamilton and Coleraine three mornings a week. Community or sporting groups can request special use of the pools outside these dedicated service levels during the nominated season.
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MEN’S SHED DONATES TOYS TO MAYOR’S CHRISTMAS APPEAL City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin last week accepted 100 handmade wooden toys as donations to the appeal created by members of the Mount Gambier Men’s Shed. “About six of us have spent hundreds of hours throughout the past year putting together and painting the toys,” Men’s Shed Publicity Officer Peter Heness said. “Using donated timber and paint from Mitre 10 and Bunnings, we’ve made wooden toy buses, abacuses, hobby horses, dogs, ducks and cradles for the children. The hardest part was the painting and we’ve done our very best to ensure that each child receives a quality toy.” Mayor Martin said she was pleased to accept the beautiful wooden toys from the Men’s Shed. “I thank everyone who was involved in this project and I am certain the children who receive them will get great pleasure from them,” Mayor Martin said. Local businesses, community groups, families and individuals are encouraged to consider those less fortunate this festive season and donate to the 2018 Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. The appeal provides a united and direct local response to the needs of the community during the Christmas
period each year. Uniting Care, ac.care, Lifeline SE, St Vincent de Paul and The Salvation Army jointly distribute all donations through the Christmas Cheer program. “The appeal provides much needed support for less fortunate, vulnerable or isolated members of the local community at Christmas,” Mayor Martin said. “For most people in our community, Christmas is a happy time spent with family and friends but unfortunately there are some who find it a lonely time. This is my first Christmas as Mayor of Mount Gambier and I really would like to make it a happier one for these members of our community.” Last year, the Mount Gambier Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal assisted 440 families, 753 adults, 152 teenagers and 500 children with Christmas food hampers, vouchers or gifts. “I’ll be approaching the business community directly and by letter and hope they will support the cause. I encourage shop owners to place an appeal donation tin on their counters to do what they can to help,” Mayor Martin said. HOW TO DONATE • By phoning (08) 8721 2555 with your credit card details on hand. • In person at the City of Mount Gambier Customer Service counter - Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace. • By sending a cheque made out to ‘Mount Gambier Community Christmas Appeal’ to: PO Box 56 Mount Gambier SA 5290. Above - Men’s Shed members Ian Bond and Peter Heness presented City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin with 100 handcrafted wooden toys.
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NEW FANTASY APP COMBINES TECHNOLOGY & EXERCISE The District Council of Grant is turning the Port MacDonnell Foreshore into a digital fantasy land, with dinosaurs, robots and kittens coming to play. Council, in collaboration with GEO AR Games, are converting a section of the foreshore (adjacent to the new Waterfront development) into a Magical Park; an augmented reality world that encourages children to get outside and be active with their devices. District Council of Grant Deputy CEO Jane Fetherstonhaugh said it was the first of its kind in the Limestone Coast. “Children download the Magical Park app onto a smart phone or tablet, and it transforms the designated space into a magical playground,” she said. “They can run around with their friends and complete gaming tasks such as saving kittens, evading dinosaurs or learning about recycling by collecting litter. We are very excited to present this to the community. A Magical Park opens up a whole new dimension, linking devices to the outdoors and it’s a natural follow on from the great work council have
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been doing with schools in our district in the STEM space. Council has made this available for use for a period of 12 months, with new content being rotated through on a regular basis. We are encouraging families to keep coming back to Port MacDonnell to try out new games and have some fun.” Some key facts about a Magical Park: • It is geo-fenced - meaning it won’t work outside the selected area • 50-100KB of data is used per game which is the equivalent of a plain email • Children spend 30-60 minutes per game • Children run on average about 500m – 2km per game • It encourages educational content as well as all the fun stuff • It encourages children to have a healthier relationship with technology • Best of all – its free! The Magical Park will be launched and available to play from December 18, in conjunction with the Port MacDonnell Tourism Association and the annual Santa by the Sea event. People can make their way to the Port MacDonnell foreshore, and the Magical Park will be available to play from 4pm, with a free BBQ and soft drinks. Children can then see Santa arrive by sea, near the Port MacDonnell jetty at 5.30pm. The Magical Park app can be downloaded from the iPhone App Store and Android Google Play and is suitable for kids aged 6 to 11 years old.
MULTI MILLION DOLLAR DEVELOPMENT SET TO GET UNDERWAY The demolition and construction phases of Edgarley Assisted Living’s $14.5 million redevelopment project in Jackson Street as begun this week. The Casterton aged care facility will begin the process with the demolition of three houses it owns in Jackson Street before a new, multi-storey, state-ofthe-art, purpose-built aged care facility is constructed. It is expected to take about two weeks to remove the existing houses. The new building construction will begin in February, following the completion of the demolition and ground preparation works, exactly 64 years after Edgarley was opened as a community-owned aged care facility, on February 6, 1955. The redevelopment project is the largest undertaken in Edgarley’s history, and marks a significant milestone for the organisation which began with a community fundraising effort in the 1940s to create an ‘Old Folks Home’ in Casterton for local people to age in their own community. The originally purchased residential house in Jackson Street – currently used as the administration building – will be retained as part of this redevelopment project. The project, funded through the Australian Government’s Aged Care Funding Round and locally raised funds, is expected to inject significant economic stimulus to the local area. The refined designs of the building, which can be viewed online at the Edgarley website, will begin to take shape early next year. One of the biggest projects ever undertaken in the local area in the past 25 years, Glenelg Shire Council chief executive officer Greg Burgoyne said the redevelopment was a significant economic boost to the local area. “Economically, the benefits to the Casterton community will be substantial – many jobs created both in the construction phase and with going management of the facility,” he said. “The spin off effects will extend to other business sectors as well as attract new residents to Casterton. We certainly look forward to the completion of this wonderful project.” Federal Member for Wannon Dan Tehan – who was integral in advocating the Edgarley funding application – and Member for Lowan, Emma Kealy, both praised the Edgarley Board and the local community for the drive and commitment they had given the redevelopment project, saying they were thrilled to see the construction phase of the project begin. Building designs can be viewed at www.edgarley.com.au
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TRIPPING THE LIGHT FANTASTIC FOR 30 YEARS It has been a hectic 12 months for MJ Dance Studio and it will all culminate this weekend when the iconic dance school celebrates its 30th anniversary. Director Maria Slape and her team have cemented a stronghold in Naracoorte, started classes in Casterton, opened an Adelaide studio under the guidance for former alumni Matt Cram, are in the throes of moving premises and, of course, planning the party to end all parties to celebrate three decades of fun and excellence in dance. Ironically, many of MJ’s past students will be sending their best wishes via video messages, with many having gone on to secure careers in the dance industry that has taken them to all corners of the globe. But there will be some star studded guests, part of the weekend’s performances and parties, as three days of celebrations kick off this Friday night. Limited tickets are still available for the 7pm Friday concert, while the Saturday afternoon performance is sold out. Past and present students and their families are also invited to Saturday night’s cocktail party at the Main Corner, with the weekend rounding out with a Family Fun Day at the Rail Lands on Sunday. The concerts are certainly
the centrepiece of the weekend and promise to be like no other MJ showcase in the past three decades. “The concerts will be like no other concert we’ve ever had,” Maria said. There will be the guest appearances from graduates who have gone on to carve a career in the dance industry, as well as new pieces, never before seen, even by parents in class, that have been created by MJ alumni from the past 30 years. Euan Doidge headlines the guest artists as arguably the best known of the school’s graduates with his roles in, most notably, A Chorus Line, Legally Blonde, Les Miserable, Kinky Boots and Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Katarina Gajic is also going to be front and centre in what could be locals last chance in some time to see the talented dancer on stage in Australia – she is headed to Europe to audition for dance companies, fresh from being crowned Graduate of the Year at WAAPA (Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts). Matt Cram, now the principal of MJ Dance Studio, in Adelaide, has choreographed one of the pieces – Sequins & Feathers – paying homage to his time on cruise ships, while
Cristina d’Agostino, another popular and hugely successful MJ graduate, currently on tour with Jersey Boys, has choreographed a work incorporating highlights from her musical theatre career including Matilda, West Side Story, Guys & Dolls. Katarina has created a contemporary piece, Daniel Ryan, arguably the oldest alumni returning for the celebrations, who now runs his own dance studio in Melbourne, has put together an old style jazz number, while Cooper Terry, who has enjoyed an eclectic career since leaving MJ, has choreographed a contemporary piece. And the list goes on – there will be a contemporary jazz item created by Kiana De Van Der Schueren, who has been working on cruise ships and has secured a place in Cirque De Soleil’s upcoming Las Vegas show, sister Symiko, who created a commercial contemporary number, and has been in The Lion King, taught internationally and is now joining the cruise ship revolution, while Mikaela Ryan has put together a work utilising a mix of styles and Maddy Macera, who has created a contemporary work. Past students and Federation University graduates Jaylee Waters and Michaela
Pace will perform at both concerts. “It is incredible what all these kids have achieved and are achieving,” Maria said. “I don’t think there would be another regional centre to have had so many students go on to such amazing careers.” The MJ Dance Studio founder has barely had time to take a breath, let alone reflect, on the studio’s proud history but as put the finishing touches to this weekend’s celebrations, she has had cause to pause and become nostalgic. “Never in my wildest dreams did I think it would turn out like this,” Maria said. “It was supposed to be a hobby and how it has all turned out is crazy. What I love most is how everyone talks about their MJ family. The successes have been amazing but the friendships, the people I’ve met, the people I am still really close to – that is what has made this all so special.” Maria is still in close contact with so many past students and tries to get to as many of their performances as possible and the good news is., with daughter Chrissy Jenkin by her side, the legacy shows no sign of disappearing. “Having Chrissy alongside me
is great,” Maria said. “Her vision is very much the same as mine. She’s passionate. She’s so driven and that’s really good. The future is secure.” Tickets for Friday night’s concert are available from the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, tickets for the cocktail party are available at Birdie Blue and Mangos and family fun day tickets are available from Birdie Blue. The school’s ballet and acrobatics program will also showcase their talents during the 30th anniversary program. The MJ Dance Studio 30th anniversary celebrations will spill into next month when the school sends a contingent of around 40 dancers to the National Showcase, which is celebrating its own 25 year anniversary, in Queensland – the competition that in so many ways has put this Mount Gambier school well and truly on the dancing map.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROJECT ON DISPLAY AT MAIN CORNER The Clothesline Project honours women survivors and victims of domestic violence. It commenced on Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1990 when a coalition of women’s groups developed a program to educate, break the silence and bear witness to the issue of violence against women and now Mount Gambier has taken up the project. The Clothesline Project provides an opportunity for women to tell their story by decorating a T shirt with words and/or pictures that are hung on a clothesline in a public place. This acts as an educational tool for those that see the clothesline and a healing tool for those who make a shirt as they realise they are not alone. The Limestone
Coast Family Violence Action Group in conjunction with The City of Mount Gambier is hosting the Clothesline Project. The display of t-shirts is set up
in the South Link of the Main Corner, in Mount Gambier, with the display running until December 10.
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Above (from left) - Graduates Euan Doidge, performing the role of Felicia in Prisiclla Queen of the Desert, Katarina Gajic, during a WAAPA performance, & Matt Cram, when he was still performing on cruise ships.
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CHRISTMAS MESSAGE FROM THE MOUNT GAMBEIR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Santa arrived in the district last month and with the Mount Gambier City Council decorations adorning our streets, the nativity scene in place at the Cave Gardens, and local businesses also getting into the festive spirit with their stores draped in Yuletide themed displays, Christmas is on our doorstep. Christmas carols are filling the air and local retailers are looking to make your Christmas shopping enjoyable and successful. Once again the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce has been happy to work with Lifestyle1 to promote the wide variety of amazing businesses we have in Mount Gambier and to highlight the business owners, who work hard to provide our community with a great choice of product, not only at Christmas time but all year round. The retail sector is the largest employer group in Mount Gambier, making it even more important to support our local businesses as not only do they provide employment for you and your neighbours, but they also provide support for our local schools, charities and sporting clubs. As president of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce I encourage you to shop locally this Christmas. Whether itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the Commercial Street precinct, the Mount Gambier Marketplace or Mount Gambier Central, Mount Gambier is blessed with a wide variety of stores and gift options and plenty of friendly, helpful staff to ensure you find the perfect gift for everyone this Christmas. I would also like to encourage you to consider those less fortunate in our community. Christmas is generally a time for family and friends to gather, but it can also be a very lonely time for many, therefore I urge you to make a contribution to the Mayorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Community Christmas Appeal or to one of the many charities available in our city. On behalf of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce I thank you for your support throughout 2018 and wish you all a happy and blessed Christmas. Biddie Shearing Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce President
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SPORT NORTH GAMBIER SENIOR NETBALL & FOOTBALL TROPHY WINNERS
A Grade netball trophy winners - Ellie Gould (Best in Finals); Caroline Davey (Best & Fairest); Kaitlin Egan (co-coach & Runner Up) & co-coach Noni McConnell.
A Grade football trophy winners - Will Stafford (Best Under 21, Corey Anderson Memorial), Nick Brown (Most Improved), Sam Stafford (Best & Fairest), Winis Imbi (Coach), Jake Schutz (Most Consistent), Tom Gould (Best First Year Player, Bob Garrod Perpetual Trophy), Mayson Ashby (Coaches Trophy) & Tim McInerney (WIP Award/Best Team Man)
Paul Keast Memorial Award (Football Club Person of the Year) - Tim McInerney
B Grade football trophy winners - Matthew Sochacki (Coachâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Trophy), Sam Shepherd (Best & Fairest), Jamie Edwards (Coach) & Mitchell Whan (Most Improved)
Sue Sidebottom Perpetual Trophy (Netball Club Person of the Year) - Karen Gould
A Reserve netball trophy winners - Ashlea Edwards (Runner Up); Phoebe Douglas (co-coach & Best in Finals); Jessie Clements (co-coach) & Emily Stafford (Best & Fairest)
B Grade netball trophy winners - Nat Fox (coach & Best & Fairest) and Lauren Westhorpe (Runner Up & Best in Finals)
C Grade netball trophy winners - Steph McInerney (coach & Runner Up); Justine Forrest (Best & Fairest) and Georgia McInerney (Best in Finals)
Trainers Award - Alisha Bryan (Netball) & Michael Telford (Football) presented by Hanna Persello (centre)
Life Member - Nick Blachut
Life Member - Kath Allen
Life Member - Sharon Day
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SPORT BLUE LAKE FUN RUN
Above (bottom right) - Some of the Reidy Park Primary School contingent - Ruby Charlton, Lara Thorne, Shelby Durbridge, Elle Hammond, Bree Robinson, Lara Jolley & Brock Dempsey (front).
With six time champion Thomas Hynes forced out of the 2018 One Forty One Plantations Blue Lake Fun Run with injury early last week, the stage was set for a new name to be added to the honour role and it turned out to be Victorian runner Bouchaib Chefnaoui (aboverleft). The good news for Hynes is he does still hold the race record, with Chefnaoui completing the course, which was made more challenging this year thanks to strong winds, in 34:57, one minute and 10 seconds outside Hynes’ 2017 mark, which is the event record. History was made, though, with Lucindale’s Nikki Smart (above right) finishing second overall – the highest finish of a female competitor in the event’s history – completing a three-peat for the star runner, giving her four titles overall. Finn Johnson took
out the 6.8km event, with Melanie Johnson the fastest woman over that distance, while the 3.2km event went to Dylan Morton, bettering his 2017 mark, with Rosie Collins making it a three-peat of 3.2km titles in the women’s category. Almost 1100 runners and walkers tackled the three courses, with another strong representation from schools, businesses and fitness groups. Check out our facebook page for more photos.
Right (bottom left) - Kim, Levi (12), Rochelle & Joshua (5) Ruge were running as a family as part of the One Forty One team.
Winner 3.2km Dylan Morton
MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION T20 COMPETITION East Gambier v Glencoe East Gambier 1st innings 6/157 (D. Stratford 37; P. Glynn 36; B. Clark 30no.; D. Whitehorn 26; C. Owens 3/25); Glencoe 1st innings 97 (C. Hill 47; R. Stanton 15; E. Marks 3/6; N. Gore 3/15; B. Clark 2/25) East Gambier won by 60 runs. CROUCH SHIELD - ONE DAY FIXTURE Penola v Kongorong Penola 1st innings 6/235 (J. Doyle 84; T. Clayfield 49; L. Gibbs 40; N. Fulton 24; J. Jackson 20; J. Lewis 2/45; C. Leckie 2/39); Kongorong 1st innings 134 (A. Maidment 39; K. McLaren 16; J. Foggo 4/12; J.
Doyle 3/18; J. Jackson 2/5) Penola won by 101 runs. Yahl v North Gambier Yahl 1st innings 9/206 (H. Sanders 86; M. Walmsley 30; A. Walker 23; T. Telford 3/25; M. Walters 2/52; C. Dellow 2/22); North Gambier 1st innings 164 (S. Fisher 64; D. Carraill 24; R. Courtney 5/40; M. Walmsley 3/53; H. Sanders 2/33) Yahl won by 42 runs. Glencoe v East Gambier East Gambier 1st innings 8/141 (A. Roberts 38; R. Flamank 21; L. Turley 20no.; T. Graney 20; J. Mathews 2/16; M. McIntyre 2/13); Glencoe 1st innings 2/178 (T. Weaver 74no.; M. McIntyre 51; L. Von Duve 22no.; C. Hill 19; A. Roberts 2/64) Glencoe won by six wickets.
COX BROS SHIELD - ONE DAY FIXTURE NO RESULTS AVAILABLE O’DONOGHUE SHIELD - TWO DAY FIXTURE NO RESULTS AVAILABLE HALL TROPHY - TWO DAY FIXTURE East Gambier v Kongorong East Gambier 1st innings 9/123; Kongorong 1st innings 5/159 (C. Graney 26ret.; O. Wright 21ret.; B. Kurzman 13; R. Bald 11no.) Kongorong won on 1st innings by 36 runs. SIMS SHIELD - TWO DAY FIXTURE South Maroon v West Blue West Blue 1st innings 8/31 (L. Scott 12; N. Maxwell 4/2); South Maroon 1st innings 4/159 (J. Salmon 29no.; N. Maxwell 27ret.; C. Lockwood, K. Cole 13no.;
Right (top) - Start of the 2018 Blue Lake Fun Run 10.4km event.
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Winner 6.8km Finn Johnson
F. Skeer 10no.; P. Dycer 2/18) South Maroon won on 1st innings by 128 runs. Kongorong v East Gambier East Gambier 1st innings 9/115 Kongorong 1st innings 5/169 (R. Lucas 36; J. Bald 25no.; T. McKinnon 21no.; E. Carne 3/20) Kongorong won on 1st innings by 54 runs. Mil Lel v South White South White 1st innings 119 (E. Geary 21; D. Harten 13; N. Virtanen 3/6; T. Virtanen 2/14) Mil Lel 1st innings 123 (R. Virtanen 34 no.; N. Virtanen 25no.; R. O’Donnell 3/14; J. Miller 2/7) Mil Lel won on 1st innings by four runs.
SPORT INTERNATIONAL SOCCER CLUB AWARDS
O G Roberts Senior Player of the Year recipient Matthew Bueti presented by Bryce Roberts
Linda McRobert (Joint Sports Director), Hall of Fame inductee Joe D’Agostino, Gino Margiotta (President) & Robert Dimuccio (Joint Sports Director)
Seniors Joint Players Player of the Year Dan Bronca, Coach’s Award Brayden May & Junior Rookie of the Year Tayne Williamson. Absent: Joint Players Player of the Year & Most Consistent Fintan Cuthbertson
Luigi Michielan Memorial Junior Player of the Year Award presented to Connor Prior (Left) on behalf of the Michielan Family by Dino Michielan
Bert Dimuccio Memorial Junior Encouragement Award presented to Matthew Godrik (Left) of behalf of the Dimuccio Family by Robert Dimuccio
U17 Runner-up Connor Prior and Best & Fairest Kaleb Gentile
U14 Runner-up Harris Livingstone and Best & Fairest Noah Koko Htoo
Val Michielan presenting Clem Michielan Memorial Club Person of the Year award to Brayden May
Seniors Runner-up Christian Cella and Best & Fairest Matthew Bueti
Reserves Most Consistent and Best & Fairest Sam Dunn, Most Improved Matthew O’Loughlin, Best Team Person Nathan Koopman & Runner Up and Coach’s Award Seh Htoo
U17 award winners - Coach’s Award Harris Livingstone, Best Team Person Tyler Michielan, Coach’s Award Tayne Williamson, Most Improved Mitchell Tye & Most Consistent Banay Say
U14 award winners - Coach’s Award Logan Telford, Most Consistent Henry Haywood, Most Improved Matthew Godrik, Coach’s Award Jordan Millard & Best Team Person Charlie Facy
SPORT INTERNATIONAL SOCCER CLUB AWARDS
U6 Most Consistent Jack Koopman & Coach’s Award Abbie Wrightson
U6 Coach’s Award Hamish Harleigh & Most Consistent Thomas Pedlar
U8 Coach’s Award Nate Cain & Most Consistent Cooper Howard
U10 Most Consistent Brandon Testoni & Coach’s Award Madden Mashado
U10 Most Consistent Levi Seager Absent: Reid Hamilton (Coach’s Award)
U12 trophy winners - Most Improved Nicholas Teodoro, Best Team Person Mitchell Vorwerk, Most Consistent Seth Michielan and Coach’s Awards Jacob Bidese & Toby Stutley
HOOD MAKES SURPRISE APPEARANCE The heavens turned dark and gloomy for the late game in Mount Gambier softball but Concordes White started the game strongly against Warriors Blue, with a quick three up and three down before finishing off the innings by scoring first with Jo Hopgood crossing the plate. Warriors bounced back with a beautiful left handed home run by Georgia Hood, who was a last minute and very handy inclusion for Warriors. Warriors then had a silver patch, scoring five run, while Concordes added only one. Kelly Doyle played well at first for Warriors after being thrown in at the deep end
and Sam Brown pitched a great game in trying weather conditions while performing well with the bat. Imogen Walker also pitched consistently for Warriors despite the rain and wind and helped her side run out winners, 9-2. The highlight of the clash between Warriors White and Concordes United was the rare feat of not only one triple play but a second one, with Taylor Wilsmore playing a role in both as Warriors ran out winners, while Montanna Millard led Demons to yet another convincing win, having an impact with both the bat and on the pitching mound.
RESULTS Warriors Blue 9 (G. Hood 3 (1HR); I Walker, E. Hartung 2; R. Sneath, S. McDonald, C. Hanson, J. Burston) d Concordes White 2 (S. Brown, C. Fowler, L. Dodds, L. McCallum); Demons 15 (I. Morale 3; C. Manning, Montanna Millard (1HR), Mackenzie Millard, R. Mathers, Karen Cawthorne 2; Kelly Cawthorne, K. Morale) d Wanderers 2 (F. Finch 3; E. Tzioutziouklaris); Warriors White 14 (T. Pearson, E. Chaplin, C. Chaplin, Z. Crouch) d Concordes United 3 (D. Jones, J. Beck 2; B. Jones, B. Miller, S. Brown)
U8 Most Consistent Austin Smith & Coach’s Award Ethan Harleigh
U12 Best & Fairest Jayden Prior & Runner-up Declan Testoni
SOUTH EAST GOLF VETERANS Fifty-seven players tackled the Attamurra course ast week and there were some outstanding scores recorded, with at least a quarter of the field bettering 40 points. The ball rundown only went to 34 points. First Division was won by Brian Norman with 43, from David Goldspring and Gordon Fleming, having 42 each. Second Division was won by David Turnbull, on 44 points, from Adrian Thiele, on 43, and Keith Couzner, on 42. The prized Ross Orchard trophy went to Roger Gulin and Phil Hunter. NTP’,s were won by Vyv Bennison, a remarkable shot on the 8th, maybe 30cm, and John Kirby on the 16th. The next game, the last for the year, is at Millicent on December 10.
WHEN IS A SPORT NOT A SPORT? Like many sports fans securing Foxtel sports channels has been a must. A range of sports in your living room 24/7 ….what’s not to like!! It does amaze me some of the viewing on these channels that is classed as ‘sport’. One such program is World Series Poker. I confess that I really enjoy watching it, but I struggle to consider it a sport. These players spend many hours, sometimes for 7-8 days in a row, sitting in a chair looking at their cards. Not exactly poster children for physical activity! This isn’t the first time I’ve argued that something isn’t a sport. I’ve previously had ‘friendly disputes’ with some local dancers that ….in my opinion…dancing isn’t a sport. While I haven’t wavered in my opinion I do concede that the young local dancers are very fit and very dedicated. I have some family in the ‘dancing game’ and have , on occasion, been to a local concert. I’ve seen the likes of Sam Malseed and Euan Doidge in action and there wouldn’t be a footballer in the South East that wouldn’t want to own the physique, the speed, the strength and the flexibility that these dancers have! But I don’t see anyone wishing they had the physique, speed, strength & flexibility of a poker player. For many poker is what you might play at the end of the night after the game with a beer in one hand and a bag of chips in the other.
IT’S NOT THE SIZE OF THE DOG IN THE FIGHT American basketball team the Charlotte Hornets celebrated their 30 year anniversary by announcing their all-time greatest team. Among these ‘giants’ of the game was Tyrone “Muggsy” Bogues who bucked the trend of the prototype NBA basketballer standing at only 5’3. Muggsy is a great example that you can achieve anything with the right blend of skill, hard work, perseverance and the right attitude, even if the odds seem stacked against you.
MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT BASEBALL LEAGUE Both Division 1 games were cancelled on Saturday due to the horrendous weather conditions that moved into Mount Gambier late Saturday afternoon. They will not be rescheduled. Division 2 • Central 7 (Ben Green 3; Rick Jordan, Dylan Gull, Jordan Cozzi, Brad McDonnell) d Tigers 0 (Mitch Crosbie, Tom Wing, Jesse Foster, Matt May, Brenton Kemp, Blake Lentsment, Jacob English, Steve Frost, Joe Sims, Zack Parsons) Division 3 – Double Header Round Central 22 (Shane Frankenburg, Scott Page 2; Anthony Ridding, Dean Cutting, Jordan Cozzi, David Chant, Steve Kuhl (HR), Sam Kuhl, Michael Devereux) d Naracoorte 6 (Wade Chant, Ashley Fox, Anthony Mutton 2; Leah Pimlott, Ashley Cross, Ryan Whitwell, Hamish John); Central 8 (Shane Frankenburg 2; Tim Vonstanke, Dean Cutting, David Chant, Steve Kuhl, Brett Hosking, Michael Devereux, Anthony Ridding, Scott Page, Brenton Lockwood) d Naracoorte 6 (Anthony Mutton 3,;Ashley Cross 2; Leah Pimlott, Wade Chant, Martin Wirper, Kynan Druwitt); Central Magpies 15 (Alan Crouch, Joe Palmer) d South Indians 5 (Rian Boyd, Peter Walter 2; Nick Frankenburg, Dave Norman, Zaheer Anderson); Central Magpies 13 (Andrew Hoath, Terry Wilson 3; Alan Crouch, Nick Crouch, Sam Hentschke 2; Joe Palmer, Mike Walker) d South Indians 11 (Beau Trestrail, Matt Larkin 2; Luke Lovekin, Zaheer Anderson) Under 15 • Federal 11 (Zeb Chant, Max Moody 3) drew with Central 11 (Nick Greenham, Henry Muller, Patrick O’Herir, Brad Braithwaite, Josh Chuck 2; Justin Tzioutziouklaris, Hudson Keding, Kody Shaw) Under 13 Gold • South Indians 10 (Jett Lewis, Emily Timms 2; Nate Habner, Lincoln Ratcliffe, Deegan Habner) d Tigers 2 (Kaelen Mee 2; Jarvi Mee, Kaleb Kermond, Bo Sampson); Central Magpies 10 (Ben Braithwaite 2; Bayden Wanstall, Bree Ridding, Blake Vause, Daniel Ferguson, Brodie Berkefeld) d Federal 6 (Josh Tilley, Logan Gore 2; Tristan Miller, Ruby Moody, Liam McDonald) Under 13 Blue • Tigers Black 10 (Bodey Bros, Wil Merchant) d Central 8 PENNANT BOWLS RESULTS MID WEEK OPEN PENNANT NO RESULTS THIS WEEK LADIES Division one Naracoorte 40/13 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 38/1; Port MacDonnell 63/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 30/0; Millicent 56/14 d Mount Gambier 26/0; Millicent 47/14 d Penola 39/0 Division two Naracoorte RSL 69/16 d Penola 33/0; Kingston 69/14 d Port MacDonnell 29/0; Millicent 54/12 d Beachport 44/2; Mount Gambier RSL 62/12 d Naracoorte 34/2 Division three Beachport 58/12 d Robe Blue 42/2; Penola 53/12 d Mount Gambier 41/2; Robe Red 46/12 d Lucindale 44/2; Port MacDonnell 50/12 d Millicent 44/2 OPEN Division one • Naracoorte 75/14 d Mount Gambier 59/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 66/12 d Kalangadoo 65/4; Port MacDonnell 64/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 36/2; Millicent 70/14 d Naracoorte RSL 37/2 Division two • Millicent 61/12 d Port MacDonnell 57/4; Robe 42/9 d Naracoorte 42/7; Mount Gambier 69/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 63/2; Kingston 77/16 d Lucindale 49/0 Division three • Penola 95/14 d Millicent Blue 47/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 69/14 d Kingston 53/2; Mount Gambeir 74/16 d Frances 52/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 43/12 d Millicent Red 38/4 Division four - Red • Mount Gambeir RSL 82/16 d Lucindale 36/0; Millicent 64/16 d Mount Gambier 47/0; Penola 72/14 d Naraocorte 64/2; Beachport 64/14 d Port MacDonnell 49/2 Division four - Blue • Mount Gambier 69/16 d Naracoorte RSL 52/0; Robe 77/14 d Nracoorte 72/2; Beachport 71/14 d Kalangadoo 70/2; Port MacDonnell d Penola (forfeit); Millicent - BYE.
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From left - Jarrah Altschwager (Penola); Keira Flowers (Blue Lake Y); Charlotte Scott (Mout Gambier); Claire Redding (Blue Lake Y); Lara Willoughby (Blue Lake Y); Diamon Dickeson (Hamilton) & Caitlin Carraill (Mount Gambier)
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Blue Lake Y Swim Club hosts this two day event every year and between the bright sunshine, the pouring rain, the thunder and lightning and the wind, it made for a challenging weekend for swimmers and organisers. Fifteen clubs attended the weekend competition, with six of those from the local area, meaning more than 100 swimmers hit the Mount Gambier Aquatic Centre pool over two days of racing. See the results from the weekend competition in next week’s Lifestyle1.
MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION Division One - Men Glencoe Gold 4-31 d West Gambier 2-29 Singles: D. Ferguson d E. Schultz 6-4; J. Brohier lost to J. Wilkinson 1-6; A. Hughes lost to N. Lang 5-7. Glencoe Maroon 6-37 d Centrals/Uniting 0-17 Singles: P. Mitchell d R. Burn 6-4; D. Boyce d D. Moon 6-0; K. Thomson d L. Delaney 6-3. Uniting Church v Reidy Park NO DETAILS AVAILABLE Division One - Women West Gambier 3-30 d Glencoe 3-28 Singles: J. Sealey d M. Watson 6-1; L. McIntyre lost to C. McKinnon 4-6; C. Bruhn d C. Watson 6-3. Uniting Church v Reidy Park NO DETAILS AVAILABLE Division Two Glencoe Gold 7-63 d Reidy Park 2-39; West Gambier
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Blue 5-34 v Centrals 1-25 (draw); West Gambier Red 4-33 v Mount Schank 3-28 (draw); Glencoe Maroon 3-28 v Suttontown Tigers 3-27 (draw) Division Three Mil Lel v Moorak Gold (no details available); UNiting Church 6-56 d Centrals 6-53; West Gambier v Moorak Green (no details available); Suttontown Hawks v Suttontown Crows (no details available) Mixed Doubles Glencoe 5-23 d Mount Gambier Blue 0-18; Reidy Park v Mount Gambier White (no details available); Mil Lel 5-35 d Mount Schank 1-24; Centrals v Mount Gambier Green (no details available) Ladies Doubles West Gambier v Mil Lel (no details available); Uniting Church v Moorak (no details available); Reidy Park 3-31 d Saints United 3-23; Glencoe v Allendale East (no details available.
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There was no heavy lifting to be done last week as Mount Gambier residents and descendants of the families that were front and centre of this amazing community project celebrated the 100th anniversary of Mount Gambier’s Rook Walk. It was a far cry from the wall building and lookout construction that engulfed November 27, 1918 but organisers replicated as many aspects of that day as possible, right down to the weather, which was described as slightly chilly with a wind in 1918 and was definitely all of that last Tuesday. The Mount Gambier City Band and Salvation Army Band had provided entertainment during what is largely regarded as the TERMITE & PEST CONTROL city’s largest ever working bee, and again at the anniversary celebrations they provided the musical backdrop – playing the current national anthem as well as God Save The King. Compton Primary School students, dressed in period costume also gave the event an authentic flavour with their re-enactments and singing. But for all the nods TRAILERS to life 100 years ago, the one thing organisers only dared dream of – involvement from the descendants of visionaries Arthur Rook, Eleanor Warren and Patrick Waller – were part of the official ceremony, sharing family memories and taking part in the plaque unveiling and cake cutting. It was a chance call to the Lady Nelson Visitor Information Centre, as descendants of the Rook family were looking to plan a reunion and wanted some advice on accommodation, that set the wheels in motion for a rescheduled family holiday and so many of the family being at last week’s anniversary celebrations of the day around 2500 residents and visitors banded to build a four metre high stone wall that was more than 200 metres WINDOW DRESSINGS long – and all just 16 days after the end of World War I. Mount custom Gambier had lost 143 soldiers during the conflict, with even more still missing at that time, and Arthur Rook’s great niece Susan Chamie called the project, spearheaded by her great uncle a symbol of hope and trust. “The people of Mount Gambier came together to do this and put that time of destruction behind them,” she said. Arthur Rook’s great great nephew James Rook also spoke, urging the many school custom made children at the anniversary to Do it yourself ready to hang lead the charge in 50 years time • BRING IN YOUR OWN • FABRICS • CURTAINS MEASUREMENTS • ACCESSORIES • BLINDS for the 150th celebrations. Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin : WE CAN CUSTOM MAKE • Venetian Blinds • Roman Blinds • Roller Blinds • Vertical Blinds also took a walk down memory • Tab Top Curtains • Pencil Pleat Curtains • Pinch Pleat Curtains • Sheer Curtaining lane. “He (Arthur Rook) was a BRING IN YOUR MEASUREMENTS TODAY! visionary and obviously a great lifestyle1.net | 49
organiser as well,” she said. “Just imagine on that day when Mount Gambier stood still with more than 2000 people assembled here at the Lakes – what a sense of community there must have been at that time.” The Mayor also may have uncovered the secret behind the dedication of the workers – the 400 gallons of beer provided by Moloney’s Brewery. Above (top) - Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin checks out the hisotircal display.
Above (second row) - Compton Primary School students. Above (third row) - Arthur Rook descendant Susan Chamie (left) was part of the official ceremony & Aunty Penny (right) delivered the welcome to country. CAKE CUTTING PHOTO COURTESY OF OCKERT LEROUX
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Kybybolite is no longer a mobile black spot thanks to the Federal Coalition Government’s $220 million investment in improving mobile coverage. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin and Telstra officially launched the Kybybolite tower last week with a crowd of happy Kybybolite residents. This announcement delivers on Tony Pasin’s commitment to address the coverage issues identified at Kybybolite, with the town now receiving improved coverage with a new Telstra mobile base station. “The Coalition’s Mobile Black Spot program is delivering new or improved coverage to sites across Barker through the first three rounds of the program, seeing local businesses and residents benefit from access to 21st century communications,” Mr Pasin said. He said that Kybybolite was identified under the Priority Round of the program as a location
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that Government would contribute additional funding to ensure it received improved service. “The ‘priority round’ was different to the other rounds of the blackspot program because it identified locations that would have not attracted private investment from telecommunications companies on their own under a normal round of the Government Program. It required additional Government funding to make it happen,” Mr Pasin said. The Government recently announced a fourth round of the program and is currently calling for applications from the mobile industry to share in the $25 million Federal Government funding for round 4. Mr Pasin is also advocating within Government for further funding of the Mobile Blackspot Program past round 4. More information about the program and a full list of the locations across the country is available at: communications.gov.au/mbsp lifestyle1.net | 50
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CRUISE SEASON LOOMS Cruise ship passengers will enjoy playing on Cape Bridgewater Beach, exploring Narrawong’s Timandra Gardens and cruising along the Glenelg River in Nelson when the first ship of the season arrives in January. Final itineraries are being planned for the MS Regatta which is due to dock on Thursday, January 10, carrying 650 high end international guests. The vessel is circumnavigating Australia with further stopovers in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. The MS Regatta is followed five days later on Tuesday,, January 15, by the Seven Seas Mariner with 750 largely American passengers which is following a similar cruise path. The passengers will beexperiencing the best the region has to offer with everything from relaxed beach excursions to Cape Bridgewater, Portland Cable Tram and bus tour excursion to local attractions, Glenelg River cruising with a stopover at the Princess Margaret Rose Caves and garden tours at Narrawong’s popular Timandra Gardens. Wine tasting in Port Fairy and the 12 Apostles are also two major drawcards for the vessels. “Together these world class tourism attractions will ensure there is plenty to keep our eager passengers entertained,” Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said.
“There will also be plenty of time in the schedules to ensure further exploration of our local foreshore and CBD attractions and an opportunity to visit our popular foreshore markets.” People can learn more about the pending cruise season at a community information session on Thursday, December 13. Council’s tourism team will provide an overview on the onshore tour excursions and requirements for the foreshore celebrations. “There are still vacancies available for volunteers to assist,” Cr Rank said. Help is still needed to drive shuttle buses, assist as tour guides and simply welcoming passengers ashore. I urge people who think they may have something to offer to attend our community session and put up their hand.” The information session will be held at Glenelg Shire Council Reception Room on December13 at 5.30pm.
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