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ISSUE 858 - Wednesday, November 18, 2020 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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TURNING TRASH INTO TREASURE: (Above) The Penola project that secured McManus Builders the top country builder award in South Australia and (inset) the before shot of the award winning project

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S BEST: Kerry & Karen McManus at the Housing Industry Australia South Australian Construction Awards. McManus Builders were named Country Builder of the Year.

She was as handy with a needle and thread as she was a gun and Mount Gambier’s Mary Duggan, the lingerie designer turned sergeant has fond memories of her time in the Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force (WAAAF).

It was after only a short time in the WAAAF that Mary emerged as a leader and was promoted to sergeant, spending much of her tenure based at the Mount Gambier Airport but having also travelled the length and breadth

of Australia during her time in the military. Her initial training was at Victor Harbor and she also completed more training at Warrnambool. See inside for full story



Time to get back on stage Artists and audiences set to welcome back Fringe Mount Gambier in 2021 It was one of the first casualties of 2020 but Fringe Mount Gambier is set to return with a vengeance, giving artists and audiences a chance to reconnect. The popular arts extravaganza will run from March 12-21 next year across a variety of venues and across a number of platforms, as organisers put together an entertaining yet COVID safe program. Fringe Mount Gambier coordinator Talie Teakle said the street party that traditionally kicks off the Fringe program will not return in 2021 but that was where the bad news ended. “We just couldn’t see how we could have 7000 people moving shoulder to shoulder through the main street and Cave Garden,” Ms Teakle said. But the street march remains, taking a leaf out of the recent Zombie Walk event to ensure a safe celebration. Putting together the 2021 program has started with contacting the 2020 artists that were left high and dry by the late cancellation of the event and the response has been enthusiastic so while there will be reduced capacity, Fringe organisers are working with venues across Mount Gambier to allow a full program of performances to be unveiled. “And we will have a couple of flagship events at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre,” Ms Teakle said. “Experience Fringe has always been a popular part of the program – it includes music, dance and the visual arts and we will be delivering that and that will be one of the things happening in the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre.” The Mount Gambier Showgrounds will also play a central role in the 2021 Fringe

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Mount Gambier. The space on offer, inside and out, especially the ability to increase venue capacity if regulations allow as the event nears, means it is the perfect option for a number of the artists and performances. All those scheduled performances combine to create the Fringe Out aspect of the 2021 event, as well as plans to take performances into aged care facilities and schools. “Basically we are trying to get some little performances happening,” Ms Teakle said. “We are even looking at doing something at the hospital for patients. I guess you would call that, the outreach stuff.” Fringe In is the new component to the program – you could call it the COVID component. But what it will be is arguably the most interactive and inclusive of the program, not just providing virtual performances for people to enjoy in their own homes but also the community will be asked to contribute to the Fringe In content. “We will be basking people to create content in their own homes,” Ms Teakle said. “It could be your kids putting on a magic show, that kind of thing and you can send it in and we will stream it out.” The Fringe In concept will also mean performances from outside the region will now be able to be part of the Fringe Mount Gambier 2021 program, thanks to the magic of technology. And then there’s Fringe Up – a concept born a few years ago that basically turns Mount Gambier blue. In past years, it has been businesses in the main that have taken up the challenge but in

2021, organisers are hoping this extends to homes. Blue mushrooms are going to be the signature symbol of next year’s Fringe, paying homage to our woodland surrounds and the prevalence of mushrooms in the region, including the famous glow mushrooms. “Let’s face it they seem a bit magical,” Ms Teakle said. There will be workshops at the Riddoch Gallery based on creating mushrooms. “There is still a lot up in the air but everything is definitely coming together,” Ms Teakle said. Artistic director Louise Adams is thrilled Mount Gambier is set to host the 2021 Fringe, believing it will be the perfect antidote to the challenges of 2020. And while she is thrilled for audiences, she knows just what events like this mean for artists. “2020 has been such a challenging year for so many and I guess artists, they were one of the industries where a lot of their work came to a standstill,” Ms Adams said. “There is real enthusiasm within the artists I’m speaking to – yes, yes, yes has been their

response to coming to Mount Gambier – they want to get back on stage. “And obviously the community and audiences are crying out for some sort of art experience. We believed it was really important as the leading arts festival in this region that we should do what we can to bring those art experiences back for both artists and the wonderful creations they are keen to share and for our audiences.” Louise was in the audience at a gig herself last Thursday night in Adelaide and said while experience art was different – things like sitting down and no dancing – to see the joy on the artist’s face to be able to show what they had been working on showed how important it was to get back on stage. “It is also really important that we help our venues get back on their feet as well – they have been hit so hard and we want to get those entertainment venues back doing what they do,” Ms

Adams said. And the Fringe Mount Gambier is not the only major event confirming it will return in 2021, with the Robe Boat, Fishing & Leisure Show is also back on the calendar on February 27 and 28. The even has already attracted a record number of exhibitors as well as a new feature - The Taste of Robe marquee, run by the Robe Tourist Association. There weill also be live entertainment to be announced closer to the event, as well as the usual array of boats , outboard engines, caravans, off road bikes, eBikes and cars. BACK IN BUSINESS: (Above left) The street party won’t be back bu the street parade looks set to return as part of the 2021 Fringe Mount Gambier; (above right) - Imogen Mcgregor, Bella Laube & Isabella Schroder at the 2019 street party that is not part of the 2021 program but there will still be plenty on offer for the kids and everyone else and (below) the Robe Boat, Fishing & Leisure Show is back in 2021.


Taking charge

“... I learned shooting from my father on the farm, growing up in a country area that’s just what we did....” Mary Duggan

Oldest living South Australian WAAAF member reminisces on military service She was as handy with a needle and thread as she was a gun and Mount Gambier’s Mary Duggan, the lingerie designer turned sergeant has fond memories of her time in the Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force (WAAAF).

It was after only a short time in the WAAAF that Mary emerged as a leader and was promoted to sergeant, spending much of her tenure based at the Mount Gambier Airport but having also travelled the length and breadth

of Australia during her time in the military. Her initial training was at Victor Harbor and she also completed more training at Warrnambool before rising in the ranks and taking charge not just of the women,

but at times men who were under her care during training. “I often was in charge of teaching men how to shoot and they were always surprised how well I could shoot,” Mary said. Growing up in Casterton, Mary had handled

The Women’s Auxiliary Australian Air Force (WAAAF) was formed in March 1941 after considerable lobbying by women keen to serve and by the Chief of the Air Staff who wanted to release male personnel serving in Australia for service overseas. The WAAAF was the largest of the Second World War women’s services. It was disbanded in December 1947. A new Australian women’s air force was formed in July 1950 and in November became the Women’s Royal Australian Air Force (WRAAF). The WRAAF was disbanded in the early 1980s and female personnel were absorbed into the mainstream RAAF. Australia’s first female air force pilots graduated in 1988 and today, with the exception of the airfield defence units, there are few jobs within the RAAF barred to women.

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guns from the age of four, so for her, weapons training was one of the easier aspects of life in the WAAAF. “I learned shooting from my father on the farm, growing up in a country area that’s just what we did,” she said. And while Mary might have been handy with a rifle, she was also a lingerie designer by trade, working with lace as she created French style underwear in a local shop. She also diversified into millinery. “I pretty much had a go at everything,” Mary said. She certainly wasn’t afraid of hard work, and neither were the rest of the WAAAF recruits. “Some days there would be up to 30 of us that would march from the airport into town (Mount Gambier),” Mary said. There was around 50 in total stationed at the airport but over her four year military career, Mary was certainly not confined to this region, with arguably one of her more interesting gigs being aerial photography out of Sydney. “I used to develop my own photographs and print them,” Mary said. And while Mary is proud of her military service, her life is now all about family – a family she created with travelling salesman Mark, who also spent time in the military, and eventually ended up working in homewares and furniture sales. After moving 12 times in eight years, it was time to settle down and focus on their children’s education.

“...veterans from this remarkable generation of Australians like Mary who served our nation during the Second World War....” Tony Pasin (Member for Barker) “So we settled in Mount Gambier,” Mary said, with their five children, Kerry, Shane, Bernadette, Clare and Patricia. She now also has eight grandchildren and seven great grandchildren, with some family still in Mount Gambier and some as far away as Perth. Mary does always stop and take stock on the nation’s special days of commemoration of those who have served and she has taken on raising the flag, laying the wreath and delivering readings at services held at Boandik Lodge St Mary’s site, including at last week’s Remembrance Day commemorations. CONT. OPP. PAGE


Taking charge FROM OPP. PAGE Mary, who is the oldest surviving WAAAF member in South Australia, also received a special honour this year when Member for Barker Tony Pasin presented her with a commemorative medallion on behalf of the Federal Government. “Barker has a rich Second World War history and is proud to be the home to veterans from this remarkable generation of Australians like Mary who served our nation during the Second World War,” Mr Pasin said. “For these surviving World War Two veterans living in Barker, the 75th Anniversary is an opportunity, on behalf of the nation, to say ‘thank you for your service’, possibly for the last time. Australia can never fully repay the debt we owe these amazing men and women, but, to mark their service, the Federal Government is producing this Commemorative Medallion.”

Future of town hall in focus Naracoorte Lucindale Council is still looking for more feedback on the Town Hall. They have extended the closing date for the survey to the end of this month to make the most of the opportunity to get your feedback. Council wants to understand how the community currently uses the Town Hall and how arts and cultural offerings can be integrated into its future use. Council has a strong commitment to developing an arts and cultural program in tune with the desires of the community and is seeking your input into what kinds of activities you are interested in. Feedback received will be used to develop a framework for the Naracoorte Town Hall to articulate its purpose and define its future direction. You can complete an online survey by going to our community consultation website at yoursay.naracoortelucindale. sa.gov.au/love-your-town-hall

PRIDE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA: (Opp. page) Welcome home parade; Mark & Mary Duggan’s wedding day in Casterton; Mary in uniform and (above main) Mary Duggan on Remembrance Day 2020 ready to lay a wreath after also raising the flag at Boandik St Mary’s site and (inset) a photo Mary sent to Mark during the war.

Veterans honoured Member for Barker Tony Pasin also presented earlier this year four special medallions to commemorate the service of Fred Ellis, Lorna Bowman, Lena Huntington and Paulene Hales during the Second World War. Mr Pasin presented the commemorative medallions to the veterans at their home at Boneham Aged Care in Millicent on behalf of the Federal Government on Tuesday 29 September. Both Mr Ellis and Ms Hales served in the Royal Australian Navy during the war, while Ms Bowman and Ms Huntington were members of the Royal Australian Army.

MEDAL PRESENTATION: Fred Ellis, Lorna Bowman, Lena Huntington & Paulene Hales with Member for Barker Tony Pasin.

Getting down & dirty Community garden on the agenda The Casterton community could soon be set to connect and grow fruit, vegetables and native plants together in the heart of the township following support for a much-anticipated project. Glenelg Shire Council has secured funding through the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program to establish a community garden for Casterton located at the popular Island Park precinct. The project will see infrastructure such as new pathways, garden beds and a storage shed installed to accommodate for the project. Project advocate Sardie Edgar said the gardens would have a number of benefits, including social cohesion and improved mental health. “The support from council to get this up and running will be a fantastic boost to the town and community,” she said. “The beautiful thing is that this [project] is open to all ages of the community, there is so much knowledge in the community that can be passed down to our younger generations. People can be as involved as they like and don’t need permission to go and pull some weeds out or pick some carrots!” Ms Edgar encouraged Casterton residents to attend an upcoming community meeting and share their thoughts, visions and ideas on the project.

“The great thing about the garden is that the community can have input in making and creating it how they want and really own the project,” she said. “Everyone who has previously expressed interest in having a community garden, or those who simply want to learn more, are encouraged to attend the meeting on the Thursday 19th November and share their thoughts. “This is such a positive initiative after a tough year for everyone and we hope lots of people can come and have their say and get involved.” The Casterton Community

Garden Community Meeting will take place from 4pm onwards on 19 November at Island Park (the corner allotment next to the Casterton Croquet Club and on the Murray street side of the Casterton Bowling Club). For more information, or for latest updates on the project, please visit the Community Infrastructure Projects page of the Your Say Glenelg website. LET’S DIG IN: Digging in for a community garden are (from back) Heather Wood, Cr Karen Stephens & Peter Broomhead and (front) Sardie Edgar, Renee Killey & William Killey


Life membership proves to be the cherry on top Top honour for cake decorating trailblazer

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Call for Nominations for Board Directors (2-year term) Nominations are hereby called to fill three (3) voluntary positions on the Mount Gambier Private Hospital Inc Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting. We seek progressive, innovative and community spirited people to join our team. Nominations must be in writing, signed by two (2) residents of the community and the nominee, who must also be a resident of the community. The AGM will be held on Friday, 11th December at 12:00pm at the Mount Gambier & Districts Health Service, 276 – 300 Wehl Street North, Conference Room 1, Mount Gambier. If more than the required number of nominees applies, voting will be undertaken at the AGM. Applicant Information and Nomination forms are available from the Chief Executive Officer – contact Mobile: 0437 246 484 or via email: ceo@mgph.org.au. Completed applications to be received no later than by 5pm, Thursday 26th November 2020. The term ‘resident of the community’ refers to a person who lives within the City of Mount Gambier and surrounding districts. www.mountgambierprivatehospital.org.au

When Jean Ward’s daughter Christine was getting married she headed to TAFE Mount Gambier to cake decorating classes. Jean baked and then decorated the wedding cake and then set about teaching Christine for six months and before they knew it, there was no turning back. It kickstarted a lifelong love of cake art for Christine, whose career has been bookended by her daughter Penny’s third birthday cake and officially winding up with Penny’s wedding cake (pictured below). That wedding was in 2017 and while Christine Heness counts that as her last official cake decorating project, there may have been a grandchild’s birthday cake since, and her contribution to the time honoured tradition, not just in this region but on the State and national stage has now been recognised with life membership of the Cake Decorators Association of South Australia last month. She was already a life member of the South East Cake Designers – a group she founded in 1984 – with that honour being presented in 2011. Christine’s love of cake decorating also morphed into a career with Christine establishing All Occasion Baskets, which became All Occasion Cakes, creating what amounted to edible artwork for every special occasion. “My mother baked the best fruit cakes for nearly 20 years for the shop,” Christine said. “We were a great team.” She also ran classes as she looked to keep so many of the traditional cake art techniques alive as well as keeping up with current trends by attending State and National conferences, as well as inviting the best of the best to run workshops for the South East Cake Designers. From fondant to royal icing, from marzipan to buttercream and a

raft of chocolate work, Christine became an expert in them all, developing from that initial birthday cake that she confesses was decorated with plastic trees and zoo animals. After learning from her mother for six months, Christine studied the craft of cake decorating under Albert Sanders at TAFE Mount Gambier and she has continued to learn. And she still has her well worn copy of Lambert’s Cake Decorating, which dates back to 1932, a treasured possession that is still her go to foundation textbook. On the cusp of moving house, Christine has also become all too aware of all the other books and industry publications she has added to her collection over the years as she painstakingly catalogues more than four decades of cake art – if nothing else it looms as a collection that will comprehensively chart the history of cake decoration. Christine has arguably taken a step back from her beloved craft in the nick of time with the fine piping, lacework, scalloped edgings and fine ornamental work all starting to take a back seat as equipment is developed to basically do the hard work for you and the tradition of simpler, so called naked cakes emerging. “There is quite a few younger ones involved with the South East Cake Designers though so hopefully the art will never be completely lost,” Christine said. “It is a group now that has school students right through to those in their 80s.” Always with a love of craft in general, and cake decorating more specifically, Christine found

inspiration for her creations from a variety of sources. “My ideas came from wallpaper, old plaster ceilings, carvings, cathedrals, pieces of lace and material, embroidery, Christmas and birthday cards and from nature – trees, leaves, animals and flowers,” Christine said. When you are involved with something for the best part of four decades, you are bound to see changes and Christine remembers chocolate work becoming a key part of the craft in the 1990s – one of the biggest changes she saw in her time. “I can honestly say I just loved it (cake decorating) and I loved being involved in coming up with new ideas and trying new things,” Christine said. Christine’s South Australian life membership, which was presented by South East Cake Designers president Mandy Lynn (presentation pictured above), honours all she has given to the craft, from her shop, to the local group to her unwavering support of the cake section at the Mount Gambier Show. “This award recognizes her love and dedication to sugar craft over her lifetime,” Mandy said. “Her skills have been shared to local interested public, club, and with State and National members. Without Christine’s enthusiasm the South Eastern Cake Designers Branch would not have been started, grown, and continued over the last 36 years. Her promotion of the Mount Gambier Show has seen our cake section grown from a small section to having 46 Junior entries in 2019.” It also acknowledges her contributions as an administrator at local State and national level, as well as her teaching and development of new generations of icing queens. Cake Decorators Association of South Australia president Wendy McDonald did pass on her congratulations via a video message. The South East Cake Designers meets the third Monday of every month. For more information phone June Jones on 0438 234 978.


Cash injection

Bus service in focus

Funding on offer for community infrastructure projects

Have your say on Mount Gambier’s public transport

Applications are now open for submissions to the Wattle Range Council Community Infrastructure Grants Program. As part of the 2020/21 Annual Business Plan, Council approved the allocation of $100,000 towards the Community Infrastructure Grants Program for distribution in two separate grant funding rounds. The program is available to eligible community and sporting groups to assist with co-funding infrastructure projects. The program has a focus on health and wellbeing, access and inclusion, community participation and environmental sustainability. This includes infrastructure that supports any recreational sport and cultural activities including projects that: • build new infrastructure in response to an identified community need • upgrade or improve existing community infrastructure • improve accessibility of community facilities to increase use and promote inclusion Projects can involve improvement to infrastructure that can result in: • Improved community health and wellbeing • Enhanced and diverse participation by the community

• Improved community safety • Improved environmental sustainability or address environmental issues and concerns Grants of up to $50,000 are awarded on a dollar for dollar basis. Priority will be given where the project is ‘Shovel Ready’ and where the applicant can contribute 50% of the total cost of the project including a 25% cash contribution towards the project costs. Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll stated the new Community Infrastructure Grants Program provided a fantastic opportunity for local sporting and community groups to develop their ‘shovel ready’ infrastructure projects. “This program is an important part of Council’s response to COVID-19 serving a dual purpose of providing well needed financial support to our local community groups, whilst generating important local employment and expenditure stimulus opportunities in our area,” Mayor Noll said. The Community Infrastructure Grants are open now with the final date for applications to the program being Wednesday, December 2. For further details and application form, refer to council’s website. Hard copies are also available from council offices.

Public transport in this region is never far from the spotlight and the City of Mount Gambier is seeking community feedback about the Mount Gambier City Bus service through an online survey. Once the consultation process is complete, feedback will be provided to the Department of Infrastructure and Transport to improve the provision of public bus services delivered in the city. The need to review and improve Mount Gambier’s public transport system was a reoccurring comment made throughout council’s community consultation processes in recent years. “People who have provided feedback on proposed plans such as the Youth Engagement Strategy, Cultural and Heritage Plan and Modern Ageing have identified the need for a review of our city bus public transport systems,” City of Mount Gambier acting CEO Barbara Cernovskis said. “This includes routes and timetables, greater consideration regarding accessibility of existing services, greater access to and from major events, tourist and cultural attractions and local services such as education, health and accommodation providers.” The Mount Gambier City Bus community survey will evaluate levels of public satisfaction

regarding existing services and identify strengths, weaknesses and gaps within current transport models, opportunities for improvement, provide a chance to comment on the accessibility of existing services, and planning, infrastructure and sustainability considerations for council. The survey is for users and potential users of the service. A submission form is also available for businesses and organisations, along with a mapping tool to capture information about specific sites throughout the city. “Council will also directly engage with public bus users and conduct interviews with contractors and key stakeholder groups,” Ms Cernovskis said. Public transport services are funded and managed by the South Australian Government, however, Council provides city bus infrastructure and plays an important role in advocating for

the current and future needs of Mount Gambier. “This consultation aligns with the Department of Infrastructure and Transport timeframes and allows council the opportunity to provide an informed submission for consideration within the upcoming tendering process for the provision of public bus services in Mount Gambier, as well as potential upcoming changes to traffic conditions in Ferrers Street (the current location of the city bus interchange) with the opening of the new Coles store,” Ms Cernovskis said. The survey is available at: http:// www.haveyoursaymountgambier. com.au/public-bus-service-2020 Those who are unable to use the online platform are encouraged to contact Council on (08)8721 2555 to complete the survey over the phone. Submissions close Monday, November 30.

Celebrating five great years in business

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When opening Salts of the Earth 5 years ago I believed in my heart that we could help so many people here in our region. With a background in beauty, massage and natural therapies I knew I needed to follow my heart with this opportunity. I am lucky to have a supportive husband that believed in me and who is continually working behind the scenes in the salt centre also along with great staff trained as salt therapists. Whether you are looking for a better sleep or relief from a respiratory or skin condition, sinus, hay fever, stress or anxiety, we take the time with our clients to do a consultation. During this we explain about our therapy and also our new COVID procedures to ensure no ones health is compromised.

During the last 5 years it has warmed my heart to make a difference to so many people of all ages and to be able to provide a beautiful environment for relaxation with our meditation classes. To go on to study mental health first aid, breathwork and meditation in the last 12 months has helped me to understand more about people in general and the importance of taking the time to make sure everyone feels welcomed, comfortable and safe when coming in. Our clients health and well being is our priority! Come in and take advantage of our 5th Birthday celebrations until the end of November.

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Town centre plans set to take shape after community meetings Following on from the recent online community consultation survey, which explored what makes Millicent ‘a great place’ and what opportunities exist to enhance the town centre, WAX Design is now seeking community input and feedback to help develop the concept designs for Millicent. Interactive design workshops will be held this Friday and Saturday so this is the community’s opportunity to come and meet with the designers from WAX to discuss their ideas. You will need to register at eventbrite as sessions will be limited to a maximum of 25) people. The team at WAX Design looks forward to progressing

the project in collaboration with the Wattle Range Council and the local community. They want to hear directly from the community about their preferences, preferred outcomes and future desires. If you have any issues registering online, please contact council directly on (08)8733 0900 for assistance.

Losing it for charity

Well known Mount Gambier RSL Bowling Club identity Strawb Masters was the star of the show on Friday, November 13, shaving his flowing locks for charity. Strawb is known as much for his long locks as he

is his bowling prowess but his encounter with the clippers on Friday night has left him almost unrecognisable. Strawb was raising funds for the Royal Flying Doctors Service with the final tally being finalised. The haircut was kindly executed by vice president Nancy Wilson with Strawb confirming it had been 18 months since his last cut.

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Fresh success Holla Fresh continues to make its mark He was one of three in the running for the top gong and while Ian Lines, from Tantanoola’s Holla Fresh, did not take out the Leaders Award at the prestigious South Australian Premier’s Food and Beverage Industry Award on Friday night, his resume remains impeccable and the business continues to be at the forefront of the food industry. It is a story that dates back to 1991 when brothers Ian and Mark Lines planted their first parsley, supplying local stores with their fresh herbs. Initially the brothers basically decided to grow produce in green houses and opted for lettuces and tomatoes. “We really just fell into herbs,” Ian said. “Everyone was doing the lettuces and tomatoes and so we thought we’d do something different – we knew it could be big but not in our wildest dreams would it get this big.” It was supposed to be a boutique, family run operation but within a year, Woolworths was knocking on their door. “We were supplying the Millicent store and some of the big managers were in there, saw the product and loved it so they gave us a ring and we started supplying Woolworths State-wide,” Ian said. When the Woolworths deal was struck, Holla had been producing about 100 bunches a week – the order was for a 1000. And that was just the beginning as the supply chain expanded and Holla Fresh, thanks in no small part to its innovation and dedication to the highest quality produce and service, continued to make its mark on the foodie landscape. That 1000 bunches a week became 60,000 by 2012 and the trajectory continues with Holla

Fresh now employing more than 60 full time equivalent employees. It was in 2012 that Holla Fresh, if it wasn’t already, became a household name, taking out both

Local Heritage Conservation Grants Fund Applications are invited from owners of Local Heritage Places listed on the South Australian Heritage Register for grant funding to assist with conservation works. The register can be viewed at www.environment.sa.gov.au/topics/ heritage/sa-heritage-register. Further details, including grant guidelines and application forms can be downloaded from Council’s website at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au and are also available from any of Council’s offices. Applicants must read the guidelines prior to applying for grant funding. Only applications made on the forms provided will be considered.

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the innovation award and being inducted into the Advantage SA Hall of Fame – the South Australian awards scheme that went through guises as SA Great and Brand SA. It was a huge honour for a business built on trial and error. “We got into the industry early and we’ve basically grown with the industry,” Ian said. “We have tried to be leaders in our industry.” Back in 2012, Ian was a reluctant face for the company on the awards circuit but now he has grown into that role, including recently featuring in a series of promotional videos produced by Wattle Range Council to promote a number of local business innovators. Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll was thrilled the hard work of this local business success story was continuing to be honoured, with Ian’s achievement as State finalist at the Premier’s Awards. “Holla Fresh’s protective controlled environment ensures freshness, cleanliness and uniformity in the product, and is a wonderful regional example of family passion and drive, proving that high quality produce can be produced in the regions for supply into National markets,” Mayor Noll said. The Tantanoola operation is on the verge of its busiest period in the year – December to March.


Bringing joy to others this festive season St Martins Lutheran College students add a personal touch to community lunch

The Mount Gambier Community Christmas Lunch was acutally a St Martins Lutheran Church initiative many years ago and now St Martins Lutheran College, that was involved in thise early days, is returning to be part of the popular community event, providing handcrafted placemats for the 2020 diners. When it was first set up, the lunch catered fror a small group at the church hall - the original goal being to provide a special lunch for those who may be alone on Christmas Day, or who were not able to be with family and friends. The event proved so popular and grew each year until the lunch outgrew the Church Hall and moved to the City Hall, with a

new community based committee taking on the major event. When it was a church hosted event, the school was invited to make cards, decorations, hamper bags and even wall art for the luncheon and this year the students are back involved with the Foundation and Year 1 decorating placemats as part of the table settings, sending a message of Christmas cheer all who attend the special Christmas luncheon. SENDING YOU LOVE THIS CHRISTMAS: (Above top row from left) Pippa & Harper were inspired by their own Christmas trees at home; Elizabeth proudly shows off her placemat & Hunter finishes off his placemat. (Above) Harrison hopes his artwork spreads the message of love this Christmas. (Right) Riley & Jharabi hope the guests at the community lunch enjoy their placemats.

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Simply the best Stunning transformation wins State construction industry award

TEAM EFFORT: (Above left) The McManus Builders team that worked on the project - Sam Gray (2nd Year Apprentice), Lewis Walker (4th Year Apprentice), Sam Wallis (Leading Hand), Mark Lennerth (Leading Hand) and Kerry McManus and (above right) Kerry McManus with Simon Fisher (Design & Estimating Manager). Daniel Sharp (absent) also worked on the project.

Kerry McManus has been on the tools since he left school as a 16 year old to join his father in the family business as an apprentice, eventually taking over as the boss. Fast forward to 2020 and Kerry has well and truly continued his father’s legacy, returning from the 2020 Housing Industry Association South Australia Awards as the Country Builder of the Year. The project that earnt Kerry and the team the top award was the transformation of a property Kerry vividly remembers driving past daily on the Penola school bus. The judges encapsulated the winning project as “an

architectural extension which is a contrast from the main house but includes many country features and materials”. The Arthur Street property was a project just over 12 months in the making and was the ultimate merger of the past and present, with the main section of the house adhering to the heritage of the building, which had been vacant for approximately 35 years, as well as the stunning extension that brought a more modern

functionality and style to the home. Kerry is certainly proud of the project but is quick to point out the vision of owners John and Claire Mossop is what kickstarted the award winning redevelopment. “We’d like to sincerely thank John and Claire Mossop for trusting us with the renovation and extension of their beautiful home for which this award was received,” Kerry said. It is a makeover that is best told through the before and after photos, as John and Claire’s dream home concept

“...to win this prestigious award and to have that validation by the industry for our business is amazing...” Kerry McManus (McManus Builders)

plans provided to us became a reality thanks to the final design expertise of Simon Fisher and the workmanship of Kerry and the McManus Builders team. “Just like every other job we do, I like to be on the tools as well,” Kerry said. “I still enjoy it and it is the best way to keep an eye on the job.” Extensions and renovations currently make up around a third of McManus Builders’ workload with the remaining two thirds allocated to new homes. “That is probably what has changed most over the past few years,” Kerry said. “In the early days it was a lot more renovation work.” And you get the feeling Kerry loves the challenge of the renovation. “It (Arthur Street property) was very run down and was in poor condition, especially

internally,” Kerry said. What was still very sound, though, was the structure, the integrity of the building and that’s why the Mossops and McManus Builders forged ahead with the stunning transformation that saw the bungalow returned to its former glory. That saw Kerry tackling the complexities of local heritage but the recent award, presented earlier this month, shows McManus Builders rose to that, and every other challenge. The extension was all about natural material, with timber and stone dominating the new rear to the home. “Simon Fisher did some great work along with the clients researching the materials that were going to be used Kerry said. CONT. OPP. PAGE

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Simply the best Christmas spirit Stunning transformation wins Four Reasons Why focussing all its efforts on making State construction industry award Christmas a special time of year for everyone

FROM OPP. PAGE The McManus Builders team also came in for praise, with the boys ensuring the highest quality craftsmanship and finishing a highlight of the high end project. “We also make sure we use subcontractors who take pride in their work,” Kerry, who is proud of bringing home the top State award, said. “There were 900 people in the room and to win this prestigious award and to have

that validation by the industry for our business is amazing, especially considering the standard of competition we were up against throughout the State.” There is a full list of the project’s subcontractors on our facebook page.

Mount Gambier’s generosity continues to shine through with another overwhelming response to Four Reasons Why’s latest campaign – The Essentials. The call went out for the raft of personal hygiene products for men and women and when the campaign officially wound up at the weekend, the response had ensured , plenty of care packages will be headed to people in need. Four Reasons Why founder Trudi Shelton said it was the third time the campaign had been run. “We run it at this time of the year because these essential items can be a bit more expensive and people are always struggling at this time of the year just before Christmas,” Trudi said. “The difference it makes is amazing and that’s why we are glad everyone has been so generous with their donations of razors, make up, tissues, shampoo and conditioner and all those type of things.” The Convent, Mount Gambier Central, Di-Monty Training Solutions and Hair Envie were all drop off points and campaign partners for The Essentials 2020 while Mount Gambier North School also played a key role with students packing the products into bags (pictured above left) ready for delivery. “The Well Being team are looking to get the students involved in community service and this was a great way they could help,” Trudi said. And while The Essential bags are ready for delivery, volunteers from Four Reasons Why are still as busy as ever, putting the finishing touches to their Family Christmas at

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the Apple Farm on December 20. The family fun day doubles as a wonderful community event but also is a fundraiser for the Mount Gambier based charity. Kelsie Prowse and the team at The Apple Farm have been long time supporters of Four Reasons Why. Running from 11.30am to 4pm, there will be live music, a visit from Santa at 2pm, as well as delicious onsite catering, including The Apple Farm’s legendary woodfired pizzas. Four Reason Why are still accepting donations from local

businesses and individuals for the Christmas Hamper Raffle so fee free to contact Trudi if you have something on offer. Money raised from the event will be used to buy Christmas gift vouchers which are distributed by local foster care providers to children in care. In the past the vouchers have been for the Oatmill Cinema and Kaboom Entertainment. “We’ve always looked to find something fun for the kids to do and also team up with local businesses,” Trudi said. There is also one more project on the go and that is the second year of Four Reasons Why collaboration with the Melaleuca Park kindergarten that sees gifts handed out to children in need. “Last year we just put the call out for people to purchase gifts based on age and gender and we were inundated with offers – we were turning people away from helping,” Trudi said. “I am hoping we will be just as flooded with offers again this year. Basically volunteers buy and wrap a couple of presented for each child and you cannot underestimate how that affects families. “Last year the families were so grateful and there were plenty of tears.” In 2019 11 children across six families were part of the gift program. This year 18 children are set to be part of the program. “It has such an amazing impact for families,” Trudi said. “ It is not just about the kids but the relief it brings parents to be able to give something at Christmas time.”

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Hearing dogs making a difference Pauline Lewis has a history of being a trailblazer. She, and husband Ray, started the first pizza parlour in Hamilton decades ago and 18 months ago she became the first recipient of an Australian Lions Hearing Dog in Mount Gambier. Pauline and Ray have called Mount Gambier home for three decades and Agnes, the hearing dog that has changed their lives, became the 586th dog to be placed since the program delivered its first dog in Australia in 1982, when trainer Bella Pearson handed her over in April 2019. Now that Pauline can genuinely attest to the difference Agnes has made in her life, she just wants to highlight the value of hearing dogs, not just encouraging people with hearing issues to pursue the opportunity but to ensure the valuable program continues to receive financial assistance through fundraising and that people put their hands up to help train and socialise the puppies. “Agnes has made such a difference in my life,” Pauline said. “I am so much more relaxed now because I know she is there and can take care of me. I am no longer concerned if I am on my own.” Robe based Margie Thomas is this region’s coordinator of the program and she is also looking to continue to promote the program and is happy to speak to schools and community groups about the Australian Lions Hearing Dog program, which is based in Verdun, here in South Australia.

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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-25-29-33 A change of life style is in the cards. Friends could play a big part in your romantic affairs. Loved ones will be taking up a lot of your time. You should be successful at anything that you put your mind too.

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(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-5 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-29-34-40

Many will realize the true worth of their friends and social life should be enjoyable. New family members can bring a lot more joy into your life. Finances with an older relative or friend can create difficulties.

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(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 1-3-5-8 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-24-40-9-44 You will need to be more responsive to the needs of others; most will be more in the social spotlight. Younger people should bring more pleasure into your life and you could be entertaining a lot more.

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It is a lucky period for money although some of the decisions you have to make may not be easy. Many could be taking up an entirely new life style. Not the time to take chances on anything of importance everything should be checked. In fact she was involved when the first dog in this region was placed in Naracoorte, Margie’s former Limestone Coast home base, some years ago. “That’s when I really got involved with the dogs,” Margie said, who is not only a district coordinator but also has a place on the board. “We just want to get the awareness out there,” Margie said. “It is getting tough and tougher out there to maintain support.” It takes six to eight months to train a hearing dog and whenever possible, Lions Australian Hearing Dogs are rescue dogs. But it is not just the time, it is also the cost – around $37,000. “The need is definitely there,” Margie said. “Since Agnes was placed, the number of dogs placed has also gone over the 600 mark and we want to be able to continue running the program.” The hearing dogs are trained across a number of situations to ensure they make everyday living for their handler so much easier and safer and Pauline has had a front row seat to how that plays out given she has been living with her deteriorating hearing for the past eight years. “From alerting me to the doorbell, to being able to open the door to my room if she needs to get my attention, Agnes is just amazing,” Pauline said. “I know if something happens in the middle of the night she will come and get me.” And a side benefit is the companionship of the dog. “A Hearing Assistance Dog is often a welcome aid for many who suffer from hearing loss or deafness

as it provides the companionship they crave in a socially isolated environment, and the safety and security from common dangers around the home,” Margie said. “They also help alleviate many of the conditions often associated with deafness and hard of hearing, these being depression, anxiety and communication withdrawal.” One in six Australians has some form of hearing loss, with this number expected to rise to one in four by 2050. Severe or profound hearing loss currently affects close to 400,000 people. Whilst hearing loss impacts all ages, the numbers are greater in older Australians. The technological advances with hearing aids and cochlear implants continue to improve, however there are times when something extra is needed. This is where the complementary assistance of an Australian Lions Hearing Dog makes a real difference. “I take her everywhere with me,” Pauline said. “And she is so affectionate.” Pauline also says Agnes is the perfect advertisement for the hearing dogs program. “People often stop me and ask about her,” she said. Naracoorte’s Margaret Wheatly also plays her role in the program, creating the all important rugs that the hearing dogs use once placed in a home. “That was an initiative we started when we were able to use quilts from motels that were donated,” Margie said. For more information on the Australian Lions Hearing Dog program contact Margie on 0418 806 775.

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The best time to sort out personal problems is now. Get your advice from the experts other than listening to well meaning friends who could be misguided. Don’t spend any more you haven’t got.

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(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 9-8-4-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 9-15-24-42-40-22 A strange situation could develop. Luck is with you and most will be attracted to the unusual. Most will be traveling more so than usual and there could be a compromise with people you usually don’t agree with.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 8-6-4-2 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 8-12-40-25-29-19

Happy news is on its way. More responsibilities are involved. There are unexpected developments in a financial venture. Most will be getting rid of the unwanted objects in their lives.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 9-6-2-1 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-29-34-36 Financial affairs could be keeping you busier than usual. There are excellent opportunities to expand present activities. Some could become involved in a new and exciting romantic relationship.

SAGITTARIUS

(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Fawn Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-25-5-22 Career ventures should be successful. You should be meeting interesting and important people on the social scene. Love and business could mix successfully. It is much wiser not to defy convention during this period.

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Lucky Colour: Pink Lucky Day: Friday

(December 21- January 19) Racing Numbers: 2-6-2-1 Lotto Numbers: 2-13-25-24-40-33

A very successful period and your social life will be busy. There will be plenty of new and unusual friendships. Most will be busy improving themselves and their surroundings.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 5-6-3-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-23-36-39-30 Should be a boost to your financial affairs, most could be feeling rather bored with their usual routine. Someone usually dependable could be annoying you and this could threaten an otherwise good friendship.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Mauve Racing Numbers: 5-6-1-9 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 5-19-26-34-37-35 An intense and new relationship could get started. Most will want to go new places and see new things and changes are indicated. Keep plenty of time free for loved ones or you could make life more difficult for yourself. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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Sitting on the highest peak in Oranivale Estate, it’s hard not to feel on top of the world when you arrive at this special property. Magnificent, landscaped gardens surround the outstanding 58 square home, where every need is catered for. The intuitive floor plan is divided into two wings and is designed to take in the sweeping southerly views over Mount Gambier. The main section of the home incorporates a luxurious master bedroom suite with WIR & ensuite, gourmet Jarrah kitchen, sports bar and formal dining room. The

relaxed lounge room is the centre point of the home and leads to the second wing where you will discover 3 additional queen bedrooms (2 with WIR’s) plus a large study or 5th bedroom. Serviced by a huge main bathroom, shower room and powder area this area is practical for independent teenagers or older parents to live independently with privacy. Both sections of the home each have their own double car garage with one larger in length to accommodate a 5th vehicle or workshop space, if required.

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• Well maintained throughout • All bedrooms with built in robes • Kitchen with gas cooktop and dishwasher • Solid living with multiple entertaining areas • Dining opens through sliding door to secure yard • Lounge with gas wall furnace & open living to kitchen • Rumpus opens to large deck overlooking rear yard • Double length garage opens to additional shedding • Rear rumpus room creates a second living area

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This beautifully renovated home offers views from multiple balcony spaces and sits within proximity to schools, recreation, leisure centres and shopping facilities. Entering the home a spacious foyer leads to an open plan loungeroom, kitchen and dining area. Two sets of sliding glass doors lead to two balconies, one directly behind the loungeroom and one that extends from the dining area for alfresco versatility. The kitchen comprises stone benchtops, double sink with D/washer, breakfast bar and a walk-in pantry. Downstairs a rumpus room with potential to be utilised as a gym, teenagers retreat or a fourth bedroom. The downstairs outdoor area offers a low maintenance garden which is fully enclosed and secure. Features throughout the home include ducted gas heating, ample storage and space to relax.


Property Sales & Home Staging

RLA 282 450

10 Hart Street, Mount Gambier

44 Wireless Road East, Mount Gambier

Open

Open

SATURDAY 10.15-10.45

SATURDAY 10.45-11.15

NEW > WANT TO LIVE IN A TREEHOUSE….?

NEW > CHARACTER, CHARM & CONVENIENCE

Flooded with natural light the elevated main living area of this unique home feels like it’s floating in the treetops. The captivating views from this home are their own conversation point. The ambiance of the open living concept complemented by the warmth of the gas log fire is an experience of its own. Tastefully appointed kitchen offers all the modern conveniences, electric cooking and dishwasher. Gas ducted underfloor heating throughout all rooms. The master features an exceptional ensuite, with a free-standing bath & double vanity and all 3 bedrooms feature BIR’s. This home has a spectacular rear garden sheltered by well-established trees, offering fire pit and sheltered BBQ area.

The quaint cottage façade is eye-catching, framed by perfectly maintained gardens. A long gravel driveway extends to the back of the property, where a double garage with roller doors provides secure parking and storage space. The neutral tones of the brightly lit interior instantly make you feel welcome, as does the warm ambience of the lounge which has reverse-cycle heating and cooling, a gas heater and a massive inbuilt bookshelf. The kitchen is feature-rich, coming with a double freestanding oven and cooktop, dishwasher and ample bench and cupboard space. The three bedrooms are all generously sized, coming with builtin-robes and a spacious feel.

21 Werona Street, Mount Gambier

$379,000-$399,000 Contact Sara 0438 708 281 or Ben 0400 870 362

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NEW 42 VANSITTART RD, MT GAMBIER $299,000

NEW 51 BUCK RD, MOORAK

SATURDAY 11.45-12.15

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$330,000-$350,000 NEW PRICE

25 LONGMIRE CRES, MT GAMBIER $349,000-$359,000 NEW PRICE

- Solid brick home on a 1960m2 allotment in the heart of Glencoe - Two spacious living areas include s/c wood heating and built in bar along with a separate games room/ fourth bedroom - Large country kitchen with dishwasher, breakfast bar & electric cooking - HUGE 18m x 5m outdoor alfresco area

- 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home located in Conroe Heights area - Gas ducted heating throughout - Two living areas including open plan kitchen/dining/ family and formal lounge - Large outdoor entertaining area - Double car garage UMR plus high clearance carport with drive through access to the back yard

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$360,000-$380,000

- Four bedrooms, master with ensuite and built-in robes in 3 bedrooms - Open plan living incorporating family, kitchen & dining area and stunning two pak kitchen with 900 oven, glass splash backs & dishwasher - Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning throughout for year round comfort - Spacious indoor alfresco & a large paved pergola area Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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NEW 1 MOSSWOOD CL, MT GAMBIER

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$219,000

SATURDAY 11.45-12.15

$239,000-$249,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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NEW 15 SILVERBROOK AVE, MT GAMBIER $469,000-479,000

Open

This solid stone home offers the family flexible living spaces including a separate lounge and family room plus a freshly painted dine-in kitchen. Offering three good sized bedrooms plus updated bathroom with shower, bath and floating vanity, the home features high ceilings and lovely timber flooring throughout. The spacious lounge room is warmed with gas heating, whilst slow combustion heating is on offer in the family room. The single garage is complete with concrete floor and power. There is endless potential on offer and this property will suit either an investor, first home buyer or a family. Positioned in a great central location, within minutes of shops, schools and playground.

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Open

Open

SATURDAY 9.30-10.00

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

NEW > MAKE THIS YOUR OWN!

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

$270,000-$285,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

- Beautifully presented and maintained is this solid brick & Colorbond family home - Offering a cosy lounge room, spacious timber kitchen/dining area with electric cooking as well as a North facing family room - Three good sized bedrooms with ceiling fans - The fourth bedroom could make another great living space or office

SATURDAY 11.00-11.30

49 KIRIP RD, GLENCOE

A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

4 2 3

- Open-plan kitchen/dining/living with completely renovated kitchen - The lounge offers both s/s air con and wood heating - A second living area in the form of a large, airconditioned rumpus room offers built in bar and access to the outdoor entertaining area - On a 1089m2 allotment, the back yard offers an additional covered pergola & garden shed Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW 5 LINDEN CRT, MT GAMBIER

$269,000

- Lovely solid brick home at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac - Master with walk-through robe & ensuite and remaining bedrooms with BIR’s - Kitchen/meals area with electric cooking, dishwasher & panty - Separate lounge/dining with s/s air con & gas heater - Outside offers carport and 2.5m x 6.5m (approx.) shed with power & concrete Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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- Refurbished 3 bedroom brick and tile home is located in the popular Conroe Heights area - The three bedrooms all contain built-in robes and all have brand new carpets - Freshly painted both inside and outside giving the home a bright, fresh vibe - The kitchen contains electric cooking & new rangehood - Single carport under the main roof plus garden shed Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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NEW 18/184 JUBILEE HWY W, MT GAMBIER $165,000-$175,000

– Positioned just a short walk from Collins Court Shopping Centre and the Western Tavern – Open plan living with r/c split system air conditioning – Painted in soft neutral tones with new luxury vinal flooring, new water softner and quality blinds – Beautiful low maintenance courtyard garden and carport with remote door – Perfect first home or investment property! Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362

Sara O’Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

10 Oakmont Court, Worrolong

NEW > EXECUTIVE HOME - ONLY TWO YEARS OLD!

NEW 5 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER $429,000-$459,000

- Have you got a block of land? Looking for an instant place to live? Then check out this fantastic home! - Featuring 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite, lovely large open plan living area incorporating kitchen/dining/ lounge area with electric cooking and walk in pantry - Three additional bedrooms all with BIR’s, three way bathroom, laundry and separate toilet - Transport costs are the responsibility of the purchaser

- Storage, space and beautiful elevated views of the Conroe Heights landscape - Two living areas and a large alfresco area - perfect for outdoor entertaining - Bonus features include gas ducted heating, s/c wood fire, fully automated pop up sprinklers, dual driveways and rear yard access - This quality family home is one you will fall in love with!

$339,000-$359,000

12 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

90 Crouch Street North, Mount Gambier

$289,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW YAHL $180,000-$200,000 TRANSPORTABLE HOME FOR SALE

2/18 LEE CRT, MT GAMBIER

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

This Nene Valley home will appeal to anyone wanting a sea change. Just one row of houses away from the beach, you’re mere steps away from dipping your toes into the cool, clear waters. And if you’re attracted by an artsy, comfortable vibe, you’ll love the home itself. A family and meals area adjoins the kitchen and a large rumpus room upstairs has huge windows looking out to sea, providing majestic views! Featuring a large garden, outdoor alfresco area, two rainwater tanks, an equipped bore and extensive veggie garden. The back of the home can be reached via Fishermans Lane, which offers access to the massive shed. A huge bonus of the property is that you basically have a playground and large conservation park as part of your backyard!

$460,000-$490,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

4 2 0

Sue Clements CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

NEW > LET YOUR HOLIDAY BE YOUR EVERYDAY

This executive home situated in a wonderful location offers a sophisticated, well thought out floor plan that will provide flexible living options for couples or families alike. The beautifully appointed kitchen has plenty of bench space & storage with the large butlers pantry. Offering two living spaces and master bedroom with spacious WIR & ensuite. Alfresco entertaining area and large fully secured backyard. Some of the many extra features of this wonderful property include central gas heating, split system air conditioning, gas log heating, 18,000L rainwater plumbed to the home, front entrance intercom system, double r/c garage with internal access, side access to the backyard and with plenty of space for a second shed.

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

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9 KYRENIA CRT, MT GAMBIER

$429,000

NEW > LARGE ALLOTMENT – RENOVATE OR DEVELOP

- Fantastic 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 living area, double garage, executive unit positioned in close proximity to the Marketplace Shopping Centre, TAFE & Mount Gambier Hospital - Perfect investment property or low maintenance lifestyle proposition - Well maintained & semi enclosed pergola with Northerly views Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266

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18 TURNBULL DR, WORROLONG

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$849,000

- Immaculate sandstone and limestone period façade, classic English box hedges, luscious lawns and manicured gardens create an unforgettable lasting impression - 5 luxurious bedrooms, the master with WIR and ensuite - 3 living areas, including formal dining and lounge, open plan family, meals and gourmet kitchen Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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- Stunning split-level home, architecturally designed with an emphasis on space, energy efficiency and natural light - 4 double bedrooms, 3 living areas & a study/5th bedroom - Kitchen with a large island bench and plenty of space & storage - Polished timber floors and high raked ceilings Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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9 STABLEFORD CRT, WORROLONG

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$789,000

Beautiful character home set on a 2692m2 (approx.) allotment in a great location, within walking distance to St Martins School. With character and period features oozing from every angle, this home has been updated many years ago and is now ready for another renovation or redevelop the allotment into up to 4 allotments (S.T.C.A.). Offering rooms of huge proportions, the home offers 3 bedrooms and formal lounge with s/c wood heater. A separate kitchen/dining area offers electric cooking plus shower room with toilet and added laundry. Extra features on offer include 3.0kW Solar system, r/c split system air conditioning, roller shutters, cellar, stone & iron shedding and 2 x rainwater tanks. Contact Agent Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

298 RUWOLDT RD, YAHL 3 ACRES

$599,000

- Magnificent Federation style home offering formal lounge & dining and designer kitchen with a 900mm freestanding gas oven - Four large bedrooms, master with WIR plus ensuite and two with BIR’s - Well established gardens with impressive veggie garden and variety of fruit trees - 65,000L rain water tank and town water

- Situated on 3 glorious acres within minutes from Mount Gambier - Offering huge Blackwood kitchen, formal dining, roomy lounge plus family room - Master suite offers luxurious ensuite with his/her basins, underfloor heating, and walk in wardrobe - An entertainers dream home with an unrivalled alfresco area of massive dimensions

Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 4

Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266

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3 1 4 LOT 2/23 CRAFTER RD, COMPTON

$145,000

- Large 3002m2 vacant allotment, ready for building your new home (S.TC.A.) - Power & water connected with bitumen road frontage - Great location on the Western side of the City - 1st home builders, check out the $40,000 of building grants - Start designing you new home & ring your builder today! Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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eldersrealestate.com.au SPECTACULAR HOME & SIGNATURE STYLE 17 Stella Place, Mount Gambier • Signature and award winning Argent Construction appeal, truly a beautiful piece of architecture and a one of a kind design that is guaranteed to impress. • Stunning timber features contrast with bold lines and custom windows that allow an abundance of natural light through multiple living spaces. • The inviting floorplan offers ample space for a family, with the highlight of the home being the huge master bedroom & ensuite. • Designed to entertain, the kitchen includes a 5-burner gas top, "Tectonite" sink and a hidden butlers pantry complete with 2nd sink, De'longhi automatic coffee machine and ample storage. Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

4 2 2

$519,000 - $529,000

9 John St, Kalangadoo

NE

• Elders Real Estate are proud to offer this lovely character filled family home. Situated in the popular Blue Lake location, hidden behind a large private stone fence and only metres from John Watson Drive. • On the lower level you will find a beautiful kitchen with island bench opening to a light filled dining area. The large formal lounge sits in the middle of the house leading out to the rear covered deck area. • Up stairs you are welcomed by a large landing, which could be utilized as a home office. A large second living /forth bedroom plus the third bedroom finishes this level. 4 2 6

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HOME IN HIGHLY SOUGHT LOCATION 96 Crouch Street South, Mount Gambier

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

$249,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

$359,000 - $379,000

$248,000 - $258,000

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

14 Sim St, Mt Gambier

4 2 2

$169,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

2 1 1

NE

W

1/6 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

$235,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

8 Illawong Drv, Mt Gambier

NE W

Includes Freehold

$115,000 inc GST - WIWO

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

3 1 2

"NANGWARRY SERVWELL" 1 Laffer St, Nangwarry COMMERCIAL

$299,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

11 Sutton Ave, Mt Gambier

3 1 2

$125,000

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

24 O'Loughlin St, Nangwarry

3 1 4

Residential/Rural Sales Manager

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Sales Associate/ Administration

DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363

DEON HOWELL 0419 037 896

CATHERINE MILES 8726 4400

DANIELLE JOHNSTON 8726 4400

PAM KNIBBS 8726 4400

CHLOE SMITH 8726 4400

LAUREN KAIN 8726 4400

9 Ba y Roa d , Mou nt G a m bi e r

RLA 62833

m tg am bier@elders. com .au


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

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

NEW

33 Acacia Street

OPEN

OPEN

SAT 9.00-9.30 3

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$249,000

3

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OPEN

$245,000

3

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NEW

NEW

2/13 Gordon Street

OPEN

SAT 10.15-10.45

$360,000-$380,000

$199,000-$209,000 2 1 1 Deceptively spacious community title unit in small group. Large living area and covered pergola. Well maintained unit with a private yard. Perfect for the investor – just minutes to the city centre.

Situated in the popular area of Montebello stands this beautifully presented home. Spacious open plan living with the kitchen including electric cooking and quality appliances – all overlooking the neighbouring reserve.

21 Sturt Street

104 Haviland Court, Port MacDonnell

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

OPEN

OPEN

SAT 11.00-11.30

SAT 10.30-11.00 4

NEW

OPEN

110 Bertha Street

2

$99,500 2 1 Great budget buying unit that will polish up well with a slight make over. Ideal investment / occupier opportunity – hard to find in this price range.

SAT 10.15-10.45

Beautifully renovated unit ideal for investment or if you are looking to get into the property market. Open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking and stainless steel appliances. Two generous sized bedrooms both with B.I.Robes.

3

$279,000

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16 Montebello Drive

SAT 9.45-10.15 1

SAT 9.30-10.00

The ideal home perfectly located in a quiet cul-de-sac. Low maintenance grounds, outdoor games room and rear yard access. Just a short walk to popular schools.

2/3 Henty Street

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9/20 Wimmera Street

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00

Neat and tidy solid Mount Gambier stone home situated on a generous allotment of approximately 838m2. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with slow combustion heating. Three generous sized bedrooms all freshly carpeted.

2

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21 Auvale Crescent

$349,500

$349,000 + GST 3 1 0 Well maintained commercial property in fast growing area. Tastefully styled inside, perfect for a business or consulting rooms. Large allotment with parking at the rear. Zoned CCE – City Centre.

Beautifully presented family home situated in the popular Lakes location. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with slow combustion heating and ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling. Stacker doors open onto an entertainers dream – a beautiful covered deck!

38 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley NEW

$215,000 0 0 2 Located in the beautiful coastal town of Nene Valley. Flat level corner allotment approximately 811m2. Large shed approx 9.5mX7.5m - high clearance with kitchenette and full services.

695 Worrolong Road

NEW

$495,000 4 3 2 Oh what a Beauty! Situated in popular Worrolong only minutes from town is this much loved family home on approx 8 acres. The home is waiting for a family to move in and simply enjoy the country lifestyle. Boasting 4 living areas and rooms of large proportions.

RENTALS

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

NEW PRICE

$487,000 4 2 2 The complete family package awaits. A beautifully maintained home set on an acre of established grounds, spacious living areas and covered outdoor entertaining. Be quick to inspect this quality home.

Gebhardts Property Management

UNITS/HOUSES

3

1 1

$230 pw | Available 20/11

1/42 Ferrers Street

2

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$270 pw | Available 18/12

26 Barnoolut Road, Moorak 4

2 4

$300 pw | Available NOW

6 Davis Crescent

4

2 2

$380 pw | Available 22/12

51 Eldridge Drive

3

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$390 pw | Available 20/11

12 Anzac Street

3

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$390 pw | Available 20/11

$165,000 ea

Lifestyle allotment within the Port MacDonnell township, services include power and Telstra. Fully bitumised road throughout. Allotments oh so close to the beach!

3A Gebhardt Close

Avail 20/11

$230 pw 3 1 1 • 3 bedrooms • Dining/lounge with slow combustion heating • Bathroom with bath & shower • Single garage with extra storage • Low maintenance enclosed yard • Pets negotiable

$449,500 3 1 1 This superb seafront property will appeal to the fussiest of buyers, new floor coverings window furnishings. Ultimate outdoor entertaining - settle by the sea!

103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

$299,000-$319,000 3 2 1 Beautifully presented three bedroom home situated on a quiet cul-de-sac. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with reverse cycle split system. Court yard home on Torrens title.

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au

7 Underwood Avenue

7 Underwood Avenue

a| 2ha ea approx

$449,000 4 2 2 A seaside dream! tastefully updated and offers wonderful multi-use accommodation (STCC) light-filled living with sweeping ocean views. A short stroll to Shops, Restaurants, Cafes and Beach. With so much potential it won’t last long!

Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au rentals@gebhardts.com.au Ph 8724 8088

1/42 Ferrers Street

26 Barnoolut Road, Moorak

Avail 18/12

$270 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms with built-in robes • Twoway bathroom • Blackwood kitchen with gas cooking and dishwasher • Spacious living area • Ducted gas central heating • Garage with remote access • Private front and rear yards • Lawn and front yard maintenance include • No pets

Avail NOW

$300 pw 4 2 4 • 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite • Kitchen/ dining/family area with sc wood heater, gas & electric cooking • Open shedding & detached garage • Veggie plots & greenhouse • $340 pw with lawn mowing incl • Pets neg


Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

NEW

3004/3 Lakes Appartments

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$249,000

1

12 Gwendoline Street

1/3 Powell Street

$449,500 4 2 1 Located in a sought after location is this beautiful, solid four bedroom family home. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with slow combustion heating and reverse cycle.

Overlooking the city of Mount Gambier is this lovely generous sized unit. Open plan living with the kitchen including electric cooking and stainless steel appliances. Two bedrooms with the master featuring walk in robe and ensuite.

1 Margaret Street

13 James Street

FREEHOLD ONLY P.O.A Located in a prime location of central Mount Gambier stands this large commercial building. Long term secure tenants with a well established business, this property is ideal for investment.

46 Jubilee Highway West

$329,000 3 1 2 Prime CBD development opportunity, positioned over 2 titles of land totaling 1,851m2 (approx). Two street access plus third road via a free and unrestricted right of way. When opportunity knocks dare to dream! 23 Agnes Street

93-101 Commercial Street West

$865,000 4 Shops | 3 Titles For sale to be offered as a whole. Super rare opportunity for the Investor/ Owner occupier. Prominent main street location – rear access/parking. Contact agent for further details! 3 Tecoma Close

$95,000 a| 378m2 approx A rare find – Torrens title inner city allotment. Perfect investment allotment or to build your courtyard home. Short walk to Vansittart Park, hotels and restaurants.

6 Davis Crescent

2/46 Derrington Street

12 Anzac Street

$195,000 2 1 1 Fantastic front central unit with private rear yard and recently upgraded including near new kitchen and freshly painted throughout. This unit will not disappoint and only five minutes from the town centre.

$164,500 2 1 1 Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three ideal for the first home buyer or investor – close to all amenities. Inspect now and be impressed!

$650,000 a| 3,600m2 approx Set over 3600m2(approx.) land totalling 2 titles, large industrial premises previously used as a seafood factory, zoned light industrial. Unlimited opportunity!

23-25 Commercial Street West

Subdivision

From $83,500

X2 separate offices located on a large allotment of approx 1,336m2 with great easy access parking. Both buildings with separate amenities including power, gas, water & security systems.

LOT 4 + 6 Hay Tce, Kongorong

$264,500 3 1 2 Great well cared for home on Lakes fringe that is sure to appeal. Large rooms – high ceilings and fantastic 1283m2 approx allotment are all on offer. Arrange your inspection now! 19 Buffalo Crescent

$149,500 a| 1,120m2 approx A quality location and fantastic block! Stunning northerly views and surrounded by established homes. Last block in the street. Over 1,120m2 – take advantage of the building grant!

$139,500 2 1 1 Very spacious unit in a great complex close to all amenities. Located at the rear with a great private back yard. Currently leased – nest or invest!

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

157 Bay Road

10 Greenridge Drive

$159,000 a| over 5,000m2 A wonderful allotment awaits, quality location surrounded by beautiful homes. Over 5,000m2 elevated allotment, just minutes to city centre and Tenison Woods College. Call your builder and take advantage of the building grant.

6/101 Jubilee Highway East

5 Ralston Road

$495,000 + GST 7 2 10+ X2 separate offices located on a large allotment of approx 1,336m2 with great easy access parking. Both buildings with separate amenities including power, gas, water & security systems.

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

a| 1,200m2 approx $55,000 each Located in the quiet township of Kongorong are these two flat level allotments approximately 1,200m2 each. Electricity passing, fully fenced. Build your dream home (S.T.C.A)

47 St Andrews Drive

$149,500 a| 1,095m2 approx This exceptional 1095m2 allotment (approx) will not last, nestled at the end of a quiet cul de sac in a very popular area of the city, close to Macdonald Park primary School and Saint Martins Lutheran College.

32 Commercial Street West

$465,000 4 2 2 Brand new modern masterpiece currently under construction. Located in Mount Gambier’s most exclusive estate. Designed and planned with flair offering finishes selected to set a bench mark and stand out from the rest. 4 bedrooms complete with a large master suite.

COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 23-25 Commercial Street West

Avail 22/12

$380 pw 4 2 2 • 4 bedrooms main with walk-in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Kitchen/ dine/family room • Slow combustion heating • Double garage • Excellent views of city • Pets negotiable

Avail 20/11

$390 pw 3 1 2 • 3 bedrooms, one with BIR • Kitchen/ dining with gas cooking • Lounge room with leather sofas and large screen television • Reverse cycle air conditioning and gas central heating • Security system • Shed • No pets

Avail Now Commercial • Area approx 300m2, upstairs area approx 74m2 • Downstairs with 3 consulting rooms, store room, separate office area with work stations, filing room, open floor area with 2 counter areas. Upstairs has an office, large store area, lunch room & toilet

Avail NOW Commercial • Approx. 178m2 showroom area • Excellent retail opportunity • Large open area with reverse cycle air conditioner • Suit a variety of uses • Separate office/store room and kitchen area • Rear carpark area • Large public carparking available • $38,000 + GST - Price Negotiable

32 Commercial Street West 78B Sea Parade Pt MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East


HISTORIC COMPTON DOWNS 1800’s HOMESTEAD

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

5 Hume Crt, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

4 1 10

• 1800’s home is set on approximately 132 acres of land on the edge on Mount Gambier in the beautiful quiet area of Suttontown. • The land is made up of 8 paddocks, 2 windmills, irrigation bore, submersible pump and bore. Electric fencing, good pastures and steel sheep & cattle yards. Currently running sheep and cattle. • This property is a must see, book your private inspection with me today! • Solid black-wood kitchen with great storage and miele appliances • 4 bedrooms three with built ins plus an office which could be made into a 5th bedroom • Recent renovations to the main lounge, bedrooms and floors.

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S RE AC

143 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown $1,750,000-$1,850,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

12 Tallarook Crt, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

SATURDAY 9.45-10.45

OPEN

79 North Tce, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

1 Springs Rd, Pt Mac

4 2 2

SATURDAY 11.00-12.00

OPEN

$569,000

3 2 4

SATURDAY 9.15-9.30

OPEN

$455,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

5 2 3

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

OPEN

$390,000-$420,000

3 1 2

$429,000-$439,000

3 2 5

SATURDAY 10.15-10.45

OPEN

$390,000-$399,000

24-26 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

ES CR A 2

376 Cafpirco Rd, Compton

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

2

ES M HO

14 Arthur St, Penola

4 2 8

$365,000-$375,000

6 4

$690,000-$695,000

malseeds.com.au

1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989

MT GAMBIER | MILLICENT | PORT MACDONNELL | ROBE | BEACHPORT


Jason 0419 032 795

Jade 0421 383 368

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

ND LA

Wendy 0468 692 993

Lot 101, 102, 103, 104 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves

Courtney 8724 9999

Sam 8724 9999

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

15,000m2

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Lot 66, Acorn Drv, Mil Lel

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

15 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

ND LA

$199,500

4 2

$260,000-$270,000

3 1 2

$280,000-$300,000

ND LA

Lot 65, Acorn Drv, Mil Lel

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

10 Hammer Crt, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

8 MacKenzie St, Mt Gambier

Selena 8724 9999

Kelli 8724 9999

Kira 8724 9999

Tanya 8724 9999

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

ND LA

8 Bay Rd, Allendale East

Bronwyn 8724 9999

From 1,202m2

Malseeds Real Estate is pleased to offer for sale this exciting new land division in Blackfellow Caves. Offering a range of different size & priced allotments, this sub division is well positioned. A 2 minute walk from the beach, playground, BBQ and boat ramp. • Situated only 25 minute’s drive from Mount Gambier get ready for fishing. • Phone your builder today and don’t miss your chance to secure an allotment!

START TO DREAM THE DREAM!

$90,000-$98,000

Centenary View Estate Wendy Flint 0468 692 993 5,000m2

Centenary View Estate Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

10 McKay Rd, Compton

Jade Martin 0421 383 368

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15 Memorial Drv, Padthaway

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$169,000

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$155,000-$160,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

4/88 Crouch St North, Mt Gambier

ND LA

2 McKay Rd, Compton

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier

Kathy 8733 1989

15,000m2

$199,500

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$245,000

3 1 4

$289,000

2,032m2

$120,000

5,000m2

$169,000

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Contact Agent

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$275,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

3 Lexington Cres, Mt Gambier

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$290,000-$310,000


Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 071 180

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Candyce Cory Property Management 0427 333 517 RLA 280309

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344 CAROLINE ROAD, YAHL

PRICE ON APPLICATION

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SNEAK PEEK

Well maintained 3 bedroom 2 bathroom family home in the Glenburnie district. 10 acres fenced for horses, horse shelters in all paddocks, 2 double gar garages plus extra shedding. For more information contact Elisha Beare on 0407 213 023

CLEARING SALE

$890,000

388 Kromelite Road, Glenburnie Saturday 28th November 2020 at 10am Registered STACER 414 with a 40 horse power Johnson motor, double horse float, Massey Ferguson tractor, slasher, victor self propelled push mower, 4 horse saddles, many assorted horse items, quad bikes, a huge range of assorted power tools and many other tools and equipment, BBQ, pizza oven, assorted furniture including wardrobes, tallboys and beds, assorted crockery & assorted house hold items more items to come.

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A PLACE TO CALL HOME

Warm and inviting 3 bedroom home located in the District of Yahl on approx 93 acres. Modern dine in kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & ample cupboard space R/C cycle air condition, cozy lounge with gas log heating, bathroom with bath, shower & vanity, heat light & a separate toilet The home also offers a rumpus room off of the enclosed rear verandah with the laundry & a second toilet located within this area. Outside features include approximately 93 acres fenced into seven main paddocks watered by a windmill and a second bore, garage / workshop with an attached double carport, single car garage with pit, old dairy numerous out buildings, rain water plumbed to the home, a chook yard, assorted fruit trees and even a motorbike track. This property would lend itself to all aspects of farming and is located just 10kms from Mount Gambier and close to the Glenburnie Sale Yards. Inspect this property today to appreciate the location, the presentation and the warm and inviting family feeling. Breathe the country air and make this your families new place to call home.

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UNIT 2/18 LEE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

$359,000

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LUXURIOUS UNIT IN PRIME LOCATION

Luxurious, conveniently located units located close to schools, shops, The Mount Gambier Hospital and the centre of town. Unit 2 – 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, built in robes in remaining 2 bedrooms. Gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, gas ducted heating, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens.

$149,000 CONVENIENT CARE FREE LIVING

This conveniently located, affordable unit features two fantastic sized bedrooms with built in robes, spacious kitchen / dining with electric cooking … large lounge with reverse cycle heating and cooling. This standalone solid brick unit conveniently located within walking distance to the town centre and McDonald Park Primary School. Situated within managed Strata complex. Large kitchen/dining area with great bench and cupboard space, electric cooking. Separate spacious lounge room with split system. Master bedroom with floor to ceiling built-in cupboards and split system. Second bedroom being well sized at rear. Bathroom with shower, separate bath, corner vanity and separate toilet. Sized laundry with wash trough and outside access.

196 MILLHOUSE ROAD, NELSON

LAND ? HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS BY 12 NOON FRI 4TH DEC (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) LARGE ACREAGE BETWEEN CITY AND SEA

Approximately 169 acres across two Titles. Warm undulating blocks. Cottage dating back to the 1800’s. 2 x bores - 1 equipped with solar pump. This property lends itself to all aspects of farming. Would provide the ideal rural retreat with the bonus of the sea right at your back door. Inspect this property today to appreciate the location and its endless possibilities.

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5-7 KENNEDY AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

$670,000 GRAND FAMILY LIVING

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Generous sized kitchen with butler’s pantry. Open plan living areas with wood fire and R/C A/C. Ground floor includes two offices, foyer, two bedrooms (one with ensuite and study), laundry and alfresco dining. Second floor is home to three bedrooms, all with ensuites and robes, bedroom two offering a separate living area. Bitumen roundabout driveaway, ample garage space, pergola and swimming pool.


CROSSWORD

Fond farewell Grant High School tradition continues for Year 12

ABOVE (from left): Alvin and the Chipmunks - Hollie Merrett, Alix Schwarz & Ellie Harding

ACROSS 1) Nut center 5) Bring up 9) Ekberg of “La Dolce Vita” 14) “____ Angel” (Mae West movie) 15) Director Kazan 16) French red wine 17) In shape for Waikiki? 19) For all to see 20) Full scholarship, informally 21) Hall ofFamers 22) Ancient Iranian 23) Take wing 24) Spray graffiti on, say 27) Curative vegetation? 32) Part of UAR 34) Feedbag morsel 35) “A,” in NATO code 36) Lower-class, to Brits 37) Gridiron series 39) Minor complaints 40) Knot or watt 41) First lady McKinley 42) Pub missile 43) Stolen indoor ball? 48) Carrier to Bergen 49) Red-_ (wieners) 50) Lo or chow follower 52) Some Millrose Games runners 55) Shimmer iridescently 59) Warnings of gas leaks 60) Lawbreaking abandoned child? 61) Charity recipient 62) Cruel dude 63) Coup d’____ 64) Toys with runners 65) Applied henna to 66) Speed Wagons of autodom

DOWN 1) Offend a bit 2) Kuwaiti bigwig 3) One chip, perhaps 4) Tribal carving 5) Dwell 6) Slipped past 7) River of Leeds 8) UK fliers 9) Indifferent to ethics 10) Peter Pan’s home 11) Creative spark 12) Grounds for a suit 13) Takes measures 18) City near Provo 21) Petting zoo animals 23) Read the UPC of 24) Show some backbone, slangily 25) Quaker’s Rice-_____ 26) Took to the clink 28) Dubuque native 29) Disney’s middle name 30) TV workers’ union 31) Goes hungry 33) Totally ruined 37) Loses on purpose? 38) Bookie’s concern 44) Carousel units 45) Roman or Ottoman 46) Chewed out 47) Nail salon need 51) Not as stale 52) Stylish Brits of the ‘60s 53) One on a pedestal 54) Like a hermit 55) Wild party 56) Fill to the gills 57) “See ya” 58) Direct deposits, e.g. (Abbr.) 60) Oft-fried fish

Grant High School has a proud tradition of farewelling its Year 12 students in style. The school’s Scavenger Hunt has come to officially mark the end of official school for the Year 12 cohort ahead of final exams and so it has always had a focus on fun. Fancy dress has become the flavour of the day and the standard continues to rise every year, although it could be argued last year’s effort of a student dressed as school principal Fleur Roachock might still be the clubhouse leader for best dressed. After what was a more challenging year than usual for those in their final year, a day of letting their hair down before the final exams was just what the doctor ordered.

ABOVE (from left): Todd Johnstone & Gajanan Frost; Isaac Parsons, Jack Donehue, Mason Bartlett & Adam Todd and The Flintstones - Manon Finch, Shakeira Hewson, Georgia Bald & Ashleigh Elsworthy

ABOVE (from left): Kian Savage, Keryl Ousey & Georgia Lusty; Maddie Sage, Jas Poel, Cassie Sullivan & Olivia Lamble and Kelly Ryan & Hayley Henke

ABOVE (from left): The Golden Girls - Braydon Eberhard, Daniel Fien, Jayden Norman & Jimmy Wallace; The Inbetweeners - Jacob Hutchesson, Kaelan De Nys, Hugh Winterfield & Blake Miatke and Monster Inc - Paige Clark, Brooke Marcus, Connor Grant

ABOVE (from left): Among Us - Shae Brown, Isabelle Ladner (rear), Faith Killick & Jasmine Clarke; Georgina Norman, Zari Stevens & Liv Balshaw and Alaska Lipscombe & Marni Beck

ABOVE (from left): Madison Revill, Tyson Holden, Abby Egan & Shanae Neale; Ben Medhurst, Brody Allison (rear), Jack Kleinig & Brad Hann and Elizabeth Frencham, Melody Halfpenny (rear) & Chianne Edwards


RURAL RUNDOWN Still in charge

Champion decided

Meg Bell makes history

Schools program a huge success

The Grassland Society of Southern Australia (GSSA) might have restructured but locally based agri-leader Meg Bell is still steering the ship, making history in the process. GSSA has adopted a new management structure, with a seven-member board replacing the former Central Committee. As part of the change, the society will now be led by a chair rather than a president and Ms Bell, who was president, has assumed that role. In another break with tradition, Ms Bell has become the first person in the Grassland Society’s 61-year history to be elected to the top position for a second successive term after serving the previous year as president. Ms Bell, from Konongwootong north of Coleraine, is the CEO of MacKillop Farm Management Group, a farming systems group based in the Limestone Coast of South Australia. She also coordinates a Better Beef producer group in Victoria’s western district and runs a vet and livestock consulting business with her partner, Owen. Ms Bell was raised on a beef and cropping property at Millicent and joined the Grassland Society as part of the organising committee for the 2015 conference at Naracoorte. In another break with tradition, Georgie Rees, previously vice president of the Central Committee, is the first person to be elected as the Vice-Chair for a second successive term. Long serving Grasslands member Tim Prance has also been re-elected treasurer. Ms Bell said the changes represented an exciting new era for the Grassland Society. “It’s a new way of operating but the Board is energised and excited about getting to work,” she said. “This new structure will be beneficial for members in the long-term as it will ensure more continuity, better networking opportunities and further improve the professionalism of the Society through a better-established structure.” The society is also developing a new strategic plan which is

Allendale East Area School has emerged victorious, earning a clean sweep of Hoof and Hook at Mount Gambier Show Led Steer Competition. The Champion on Hook was Glentanner Gecko Champion, exhibited by the Allendale East students and bred by ARJ & KJ Lucas of Glentanner Angus, Kongorong Live points from the hoof judging have now been combined with the hook points to award the overall Champion on Hoof and Hook for 2020. With a total of 174.66 combined the Champion is Six Creeks Gazza a Simmental x Angus x Limousin exhibited by Allendale East Area School. Judge Jono Spence of Spence Dix & Co, Keith selected this animal as his Champion on Hoof attributing to his depth of body, softness and overall finish. Competition organiser and proud Allendale East Area

expected to be approved by the board at its next meeting to set direction for the next five years. Ms Bell said the society continued to play an important role in connecting farmers, agribusiness and researchers. “Grasslands is well known for holding good networking and extension events and we want to further develop that and help to fill a gap in that area,” she said. “We know our members really value the information we put out and the events that meet demand in their areas.” The society’s 2020 annual conference was run online and was hailed as a great success with between 150 and 180 people registering for most sessions. “If we need to change the structure of how we run events in this COVID era, we will do that in accordance with the wishes of our branches,” Ms Bell said. “There are some really exciting opportunities for the society at the moment. We have a strong membership base who are very supportive and remain very interested in pasturebased research.” The Grassland Society of Southern Australia is the peak farmer organisation dedicated to the transfer of information and technology related to temperate grasslands. Formed in 1959, the society has branches in South Australia Limestone Coast, Western Victoria, Gippsland, AlburyWodonga, Central Ranges, and Mid-Goulburn.

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School agriculture teacher Danielle Tulak said the positive feedback from schools and the pride students took in their work with the cattle vindicated he decision to press ahead with the annual competition despite the cancellation of the region’s country shows. Ëvery year the students do a great job and the quality of the work does seem to keep going up a level,” Mrs Tulak said. “The competition is strengthening. It is testament to the teachers and the way they are educating the kids.” While the programs differ slightly from school to school, for the most part the students are involved in the process from start to finish. “The kids can be involved in selecting the cattle so they know what we are looking for in a carcass competition,” Mrs Tulak said. “What body composition you are picking and why. They need to keep in mind the different markets

for beef – domestic or export – and matching criteria.” Then there is the training of the steers and all the maintenance and preparation of the animals. “They learn skills in washing and blow drying – they treat them almost like a pet,” Mrs Tulak said. “They are even involved in clipping and optimising the way the body presents – hiding the flaws and showcasing the strengths.” At Allendale East Area School the program runs for at least three terms and includes on farm visits. “We are lucky that local farmers support the program, donating cattle, providing cattle, sharing their expertise, allowing on farm visits and it has a really strong connection to industry and the local community,” she said. Led Steer Results on the hook: 1st Glentanner Gecko exhibited by Allendale East Area School with 90.34 points 2nd Newry Nugget exhibited by Kingston Community School with 89.89 points 3rd Quesadilla, exhbitied by Trinity College with 89.76 points PICK OF THE HERD: (Opp. page) Glentanner Gecko Champion on Hook, exhibited by Allendale East Area School and bred by ARJ & KJ Lucas of Glentanner Angus, Kongorong and (left) Allendale East Area School Students with their Champion Ribbons after a clean sweep of Hoof and Hook at Mount Gambier Show Led Steer Competition.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Agents yarded 12,119 new seasons lambs and 10,203 sheep at Hamilton last week. The offering of lambs was better with generally more weight and quality. There was an excellent offering of sheep, ewes and wethers with all weights and grades available. All the regular buyers were in attendance fully active plus 2 supermarket operators and 3 additional processors. There was some restocking competition which came from Shepparton and

local areas in a sale that was fully firm to slightly dearer for lambs and sheep were fully firm. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $104 to $146/head averaging from 700c and 800c/ kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $130 to $174/head to average from 690c to 730c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $174 to $211/ head to average from 690c and 730c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and

over made up to $220/head. The few old lambs on offer made to $210/head. Hoggets 3 score sold to $212/head. Heavier crossbred sheep made to a top of $250 with the better well covered Merino ewes making from $125 to $190/ head. Wethers sold from $155 to $201/head. The general run of Merino mutton made from 610c to 660c with the odd exception to 680c/kg cwt. Terminal sires sold to $65 and Merino rams made to a top of $190/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded an increased number of 1440 head of live weight and open auction cattle at Mount Gambier last week. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with very active feeder orders and a small number of restockers, who found it hard going to purchase significant numbers with the rates being paid. Quality was generally good throughout the offering as the market kicked again to sell to dearer rates. Vealer steers jumped 15c to 20c with the trade active from 426c to a high of 459c with

feeder orders selling from 401c to 442c and restockers to a top of 430c/kg. Vealer heifers to the trade made from 410c to 455c and feeders sourced these from 400c to 438c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 385c to 430c with similar heifers selling from 378c to 436c/kg. Feeders competed strongly for steers, selling from 404c to 439c and for heifers, making from 322c to 427c/kg. Restockers operated on steers up to 433c and heifers sold from 390c to 440c/kg. Numbers nearly doubled in the grown steers and bullocks as the trade

operated from 348c to 392c and up to 400c on lighter weights with a lift of up to 8c as feeder buyers competed strongly here from 345c to a high of 432c/kg. Grown heifers sold from 328c to 408c as manufacturing steers made from 262c to 348c/kg. Cows lifted in price by 5c to 10c as the heavy selection sold from 285c to a high 331c with the lighter types making from 205c to 283c as restockers paid from 255c to 307c, whilst feeders made from 285c to 330c/kg. Heavy bulls sold from 278c to 314c/kg.


RURAL RUNDOWN Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers remained steady as agents yarded 1164 head of live weight and pen auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was mixed as the sale sold to dearer rates where well bred cattle with weight and finish continue to make excellent returns while the secondary types are extremely dear in comparison. Vealer numbers were small

Mount Gambier Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers lifted as agents yarded 4,451 lambs and 270 sheep for a total of 4,721 head overall. The offering sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers combined with some restocker interest seeking lambs to grow on. Quality was again generally good as the market prices sold from firm to slightly easier in places. Restockers purchased their lambs during the sale from $117 to $152/head. Light lambs to the trade sold from $105 to $140 as the light trade weight 2 and 3 score selection made from $112 to $155/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs were $2 to $5 cheaper as they sold from $142 to $170/head with most lambs making from 710c to 750c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold firm and made from $168 to $192 as the few extra heavy pens sold from $195 to a market high of $216/head. Hoggets made from $126 to $153, light weight ewes sold from $80 to $113 and the heavy ewes made from $110 to $155/head. Rams of all breeds sold from $55 to $100/head.

as steers sold to 442c and the heifers to 444c/kg with the trade, feeders and restockers all being active. Yearling steers jumped 10c to 15c as they sold from 355c to 442c with feeders also purchasing at these rates while restockers sought supply up to 440c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade made from 326c to 425c with feeder activity selling from 326c to 423c and restockers operating from 419c to 430c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade made

from 340c to 426c to be up to 10c better in price as feeders sought supply from 370c to 434c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade sold from 315c to 395c with feeder support making from 348c to 375c/kg. Heavy cows ranged from firm to 3c better in price as they sold from 298c to 329c with the lighter types returning from 230c to 294c/kg. Heavy bulls ranged from 269c to 300c with light weights selling to feed on up to 384c/kg.

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers eased as agents yarded 23,384 lambs with a fall of over 2500 on the previous week’s sale with no sheep being yarded for a two week period due to upcoming first cross ewe and lamb sales which started last Thursday. The lambs on offer sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with extra active restockers this week seeking lighter weights to grow on. Quality was still excellent with plenty of weight and

condition in the top end while trade lambs are still highly sought after as the lighter lambs are starting to lose some of their freshness as the season starts to dry off. Rates being paid were similar to the week before as the sale ranged from firm to slightly dearer in places. Light lambs to the trade sold from $120 to $146 as the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returned from $132 to $160/head. Restockers provided strong competition

as they sourced lambs to turn out from $80 to $142 for lighter types and from $150 to $188/ head for those with more conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs sold from $149 to $172/head with most sales returning from 700c to 770c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs made from $168 to $199 as the extra heavy selection made from $198 to a market high of $242/head. The few hoggets yarded sold from $124 to $177/head.

FOR SALE

BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Expressions of interest can be collected from 2 Railway Terrace, Mount Gambier, completed and returned in a sealed envelope by Friday 4th December 2020 COB 5pm

2 Railway Terrace, Mount Gambier SA 5290 p: 8725 0700 w: www.oconnorandgraney.com.au e: info@oconnorandgraney.com.au

225.46 H a or 557 Acre s Approx across 4 titles

‘WILLOWVALE’ • Located in the reputable region between Mt Schank and Eight Mile Creek, with bitumen road frontage of Lower Nelson Road, Willowvale consists of approx 557 acres of heavy dark loams over limestone running to some heavy black soils and some areas of peate. • The property is impeccably presented. Pastures are of high quality, exhibiting a long history of high fertiliser application and commitment to annual renovation. • This is a unique and ultra high carrying capacity property. Utilising both centre pivot and drainage system and an abundant 28-30 inch annual rainfall, complete with irrigation taking licence and drainage licence. • Drought proof due to large investment in infrastructure, the property has the ability through any seasonal conditions to run at its highest possible carrying capacity, wet or dry.

• Practicality and management of the property has been considered - laneways, paddocks size and orientation, metal road network and impeccable fencing mean ease of operation. • Nearly 100% arable land, and backed up by a failsafe stock water system consisting of 2� mainline. The existing set up and infrastructure of Willowvale allow a purchaser to crop, dairy or continue a high output beef operation.

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parts of their body too. It’s so annoying because it necessitates spending money on them. Some of you may be thinking, the easy solution to this growing problem is stop feeding them. If you’ve every stopped feeding your children, as I’ve sometimes tried, then you’re left with a bigger problem. hey’re hungry. One of the most annoying things about when kids are hungry is they don’t just feel hungry, they insist on telling you all about how they’re hungry. I don’t want to know they’re hungry, anymore than I want to know their other feelings. Eventually their whingeing and grizzling means it’s just easier to feed them though, even if it does mean them growing and needing new clothes and shoes. Even if you do keep shovelling food into them, they’re nearly always in a constant state of hungry anyway. You can’t win with kids. Apart from money, another thing you don’t have anymore after you have children is time. Kids are shocking drains of your time. Children always want you to do stuff with them. And it’s not good stuff either. They never say, hey do you want to watch cricket on the couch while I bring you beverages and snacks, and if you happen to fall asleep I’ll make sure no one wakes you up. It’s always something boring like playing a board game with them or taking them to play on a playground. What’s in that for me? That’s another one of the problems with kids. They’re so

selfish. They take all the attention and think it’s all about them. It’s all me, me, me with kids. Kids are immature. That’s one of their worst qualities if you ask me. I think social media is one of the main reasons people think having children is a good idea. You might see pictures of other people’s cute little babies, their toddler hugging them, or their youngster blowing out birthday candles. This fraction of a second caught in time might look appealing. They don’t tend to put the photo of the baby pooping through its nappy all over their leg onto Instagram. There are no pictures of Precious slamming

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TV FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20

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TV MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23

MONDAY NOVEMBER 23

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the creative fibre group

We are seeking qualified Hairdressers in our cutting only salon. Friendly team environment with a good work/life balance. Incentives available. Must be: • Confident, reliable, honest persons. • Motivated and efficient in a busy team environment. Up to 20 hrs/week, negotiable depending on suitability. Please email your cover letter and resume to; thecuttingcrew.mtg@hotmail.com

Jubilee Sawmill the creative fibre group

Training Manager

Jubilee Sawmill

Lead, design, implement & deliver a progressive and leading edge training program supporting high performance culture. As Training Manager you will assume responsibility for end-to-end workforce training and planning strategies, on-going improvement initiatives and overall training management and development of employees. With a best practice mind-set, the breadth of this critical role will allow you the scope to make it your own and will take responsibility for, but not limited to: • Manage essential training schedule for all compliance (Safety, Health & Environment) • End-to-end oversight of overall training program, evaluate outcomes ensuring continuous improvement of work practices & methodologies • Partner with, engage & motivate all stakeholders to embrace training from design to delivery • Innovate, design and deliver a pragmatic and progressive blended training program Appropriate qualifications in Workplace Training & Assessment and/or relevant extensive hands-on experience is sought for this role. Related sector exposure would be highly regarded although not essential. Salary is commensurate with experience. Applications close COB Friday 20th November 2020. Contact Susie Rogers in confidence on details below: Rusher Rogers Recruiters 0414 350 762 Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

Mechanical Shift Fitter OneFortyOne (OFO) is a vertically integrated, trans-Tasman sustainable timber products organisation. The OFO Jubilee Sawmill has received significant investment over the last 5 years with state-of-the-art technology, making it one of the premier mills in Australia with a highly engaged and motivated workforce. This sawmill is the largest in South Australia with OFO being a huge contributor of supporting local employment, the economy and regional communities. At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We are interested in high quality people with transferable skills and experience gained from any industry. We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success. We are passionate about being a great place to work, have industry leading training and employee development programs, good work life balance and competitive remuneration. This position reports to the Maintenance Supervisor. Your main responsibilities will be to safely and efficiently carry out repair and PM work across the Jubilee Sawmill Site. To be considered for this position you must be a qualified tradesperson. Key selection criteria will be based on your demonstrated skills and attributes: • • • • • •

Maintenance fitting & machining work Good problem-solving skills Able to work effectively independently or in a group Willing to continually learn Work to grow our apprentices Have a professional, positive, can do attitude. Skills are important however the right attitude is essential

The prospective candidate will require the flexibility to work a rotating 3 shift roster. To be part of an ambitious, results-driven and rewarding team please email a cover letter and current Resume to: careeropportunities@onefortyone.com For any queries or further information about the role, please contact Andrew Hoath andrew.hoath@onefortyone.com or 0418 854 269. Applications close Friday 27 November 2020


TRACTOR OPERATOR / VINEYARD HAND Katnook Estate is an established and prominent producer of quality wines and winegrapes in Coonawarra. Our emphasis is on adding quality and value to our wine by ensuring we get it right first time every time for each aspect of our grape and wine production. To achieve this goal we require the assistance of a tractor operator who can help ensure our work is completed to the highest possible standard.

Mechanical Supervisor Jubilee Sawmill

Provide high level technical support for all site mechanical systems all-the-while optimising maintenance resources. Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, as Mechanical Supervisor, you will be a key member of the Maintenance Team across the site, enabling workflow & support capacity, ensuring maximum plant uptime. With a best practice mind-set, the breadth of this critical role will allow you the scope to make it your own and will take responsibility for, but not limited to:

The position To operate vineyard machinery and assist in all aspects of vineyard operations. Experience The person we are looking for will preferably have experience in operating tractors and associated machinery as well, an ability to learn and a willingness to be an active part of our team. Vineyard experience will assist. Where required training will be provided. Above award wages will be paid to attract candidates with the attitude and skills we need. Location The position will be based at Katnook Estate, 6 km North of Penola. This position should be viewed as an opportunity to become directly involved in management of an innovative and prominent wine company. Apply in writing to; The General Manager Vineyards, Katnook Estate PO Box 6, Coonawarra 5263

EMPLOYMENT

the creative fibre group

Or email; cbrodie@wingara.com.au Closing date for applications is Friday 27 November 2020.

• Accountability of the adherence to best practice safe work procedures across all maintenance activities • Coordinate & manage all maintenance activity including coordination, planning, scheduling, execution and revision of all maintenance services across the site. • Coordinate and direct mechanical maintenance activities including repairs and breakdowns, planned shuts & plant improvements & upgrades • Ensure compliance with processes, policies & procedures • Coordinate training & development of the Maintenance Team • Supervise, monitor and set performance expectations for team and external contractors An extensive, relevant technical background, along with mechanical experience gained from a medium to heavy industry background is preferred together with some people leadership and management experience. Related sector exposure within the sawmilling industry would be highly regarded. Salary is commensurate with experience. Applications close COB Friday 20th November 2020. Contact Susie Rogers in confidence on details below: Rusher Rogers Recruiters 0414 350 762

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JW Sandery & Co

Full time Position. Excellent Remuneration. Position – Agi / Cement Truck Driver. Must Have HR Licence and Agi driving experience preferred. A mechanical background would be an advantage, as there would be small repair jobs to be done. Needs to be able to work independently. The position will be based at Millicent. Flexible hours. All enquiries to Glenn Sobey 0409 258 135 / admin@sobey.com.au

Refrigeration Technician Position vacant: Qualified refrigeration technician in commercial refrigeration and air conditioning

Barry Maney

• Must have: Artick, Electrical and Driver’s Licenses. Van, Phone and Uniform supplied. G R O U P Please phone Bruce: 0418 849 231 or email to admin@macsrefrigeration.com.au for further enquiries.

TRUCK SALES MANAGER

About the Company With over 43 year’s industry experience, Barry Maney Group is a trusted and leading name in the Vehicle Sales & Service industry and the wider Limestone Coast community. In early 2019, BMG became part of the CMV Group of Companies, which has been operating for over 85 years in South Australia and Victoria, having a turnover in excess of $1 billion. BMG are authorized Dealers for iconic truck brands; Kenworth, DAF and Hino providing sales, service and quality parts to our valued Customers. The Role Due to leadership growth, a rare management opportunity has emerged for an experienced and highly motivated Truck Sales Manager. As the successful candidate, you will be a hands-on leader of this award winning, high performing sales team which is revered by the heavy vehicle industry. You will be charged with propelling this team into the future, whilst servicing our customers to the highest standard. Key areas of responsibility: • Provide direction and support to the sales team to achieve targets • Identify objectives and strategies for sales growth and marketing of all brands • Regularly targets and results and implement appropriate About the review Company action plans With over 43 year’s industry experience, Barry Maney Group is a trusted • Manage vehicleininventory and leading name the Vehicle Sales & Service industry and the wider • Monitor work progress and propose forecasts and Limestone Coast in community. In early 2019,annual BMG became part of budgets the CMV • Create and develop strong relationships with85relevant Group of Companies, which hasworking been operating for over years in South Franchisor representatives. Australia and Victoria, having a turnover in excess of $1 billion. BMG are • ManageDealers key relationships withbrands; sub-dealers and key customers authorized for iconic car Ford, Volkswagen and Hyundai • Develop new business opportunities in order to grow the business providing sales, service and quality parts to our valued Customers. • Provide direction and support to sales team to achieve sales objectives The Role and targets • Promote effective and regular to encourage team An opportunity has emerged for a communication qualified and highly motivated Car cohesion and to achieve desired outcomes Service Technician. This is an opportunity to work on premium brands

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As part of the CMV Group of companies, at BMG we are committed to attracting the best talent. Benefits As of the CMV Group of companies, at BMG we are committed to Wepart offer: attracting the best talent. We package offer: • A generous remuneration • • Ongoing training and career vehicle, development Fully maintained company phoneopportunities and laptop • • Corporate healthleading and insurance programs Work withdiscounts Australia’sonmarket truck brand • • Employee & team building Corporaterewards discounts on health andfunctions insurance programs

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How to Apply

How toemail Apply Please your cover letter and resume to Please email your cover letter and resume to careers@barrymaney.com.au careers@barrymaney.com.au

Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

Senior Accountant This full-time very flexible position has a lot of scope for the right applicant. If you are a professional with work ethic, communication skills, and a desire to run the Practice we urge you to apply today! RESPONSIBILITIES + DUTIES • Preparation of working papers to support income tax returns + financial statements for review • Preparation of financial statements + income tax returns for all types of entities including self managed super funds • Liaise directly with clients in all aspects of taxation compliance QUALIFICATIONS + SKILLS • Minimum 3 years’ experience in Australian Public Practice • Sound knowledge of myob ae/ao and xero • Qualification in recognised accounting bodies [or studying towards] • Experience in and the ability to work unsupervised, to meet budgets and lodgement programmes. • Excellent communication + client facing skills Please send your resume to admin@jwsco.com.au Applications close 25/11/2020


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Applications including a resume are to be received no later than: 5.00pm Friday 20th November, 2020 and should be addressed to: Grace McNally, Gramac Solutions

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It will be full steam ahead for Australia Day celebrations across Wattle Range next year, with careful consideration of COVID safe requirements. Grant funding, to the tune of $20,000, from the National Australia Day Council has been received by council to assist with COVID-19 compliance at events and a further $1000 from the same organisation to develop promotional materials. Wattle Range Mayor, Des Noll said the events would enable our communities to come together safely to celebrate our nation and look to the future after what has been an extremely challenging 2020. “It is clear that our communities have suffered from a lack of social contact and interaction, and we hope that they will use this time to acknowledge the outstanding efforts of those who have continued to keep us safe and well,“ he said. Council CEO Ben Gower asked the community to remain vigilant. “People attending should keep in mind the social distancing requirements applicable on the day and we ask that you consider bringing your own chair or rug to help with this,"Mr Gower said. "Our council staff are working closely with the organisers to make sure cleaning and hygiene supplies are available and safe food handling initiatives are in place." Breakfast events, incorporating official awards presentations, will be held from 8am Beachport, Kalangadoo, Millicent & Penola. Additionally, the Southend Progress Association will be holding their second annual BBQ event at West Beach from 2pm until 4pm. Mayor Noll would also like to remind residents that it is not too late to nominate a deserving individual or group for the 2021 Australia Day accolades, which are handed out in each ward. Guidelines, including categories, and forms are available online or at each of council’s offices and nominations will be received until 9am on Monday, November 23.

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Knights overrun by Jets in tri-series

It was an arm wrestle for the first 10 minutes of he game but eventually Naracoorte Jets showed their class to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three game series with Blue Lake Knights.The Knights eventually succumbed to the numbers game losing second row forward Grady Hutchesson to a HIA (head injury assessment) and vice captain Donovan Wood, who tried to play through illness. Lack of interchange availability forced Knights players to play extended minutes and Naracoorte was able to continually bully there way through Blue Lake’s defensive line and ran away easy victors. The Jets were masterfully led around the park by play maker Dylan Kake Oliver, with Dale Smith, Faika Mariner and Peseta Tavita crossing for two tries

each and Oliver, Rameka Reid, Thomas Hunter, Ratu Dalenauosa and Wate Valaloloma all crossing once. The Knights will look to hit back in the final match of the trseries on November 28.Played at Malseed Poark, the dead rubber is also the clash for the Staate of Mind Cup, as the league shines a spotlight on men’s mental health, remembering those who have lost their battle with mental health issues. The NRL League Stars program will also be on show as the Under 7; 9 and 13 start off the day with some NRL tag. Barbeque and bar facilities will be open on the day so come down and support the growing sport of rugby league in the Limestone Coast. For more information contact the Blue Lake Knights via their facebook page.

Jones inspires miracle victory The third round of Mount Gambier softball started with two lop sided contests but the third game of the day was a nailbiter with Concordes White securing a rare victory over reigning premiers Demons. Missing the dynamic sister act of Montanna and Mackenzie Millard, Demons seemed unfazed early, coming out of the blocks firing, scoring four runs in the first innings thanks to hits from Sharna Beck and Kelly Morale. Morale was also tasked with pitching for Demons and was excellent early on, backed up by ball magnet Cody Manning at shortstop. Kate Altschwager got the first hit on the board for Concordes however tight fielding by Demons kept things scoreless. Billie Jones was pitching her heart out for Concordes and had two great innings, drawing out multiple ground balls to shortstop Jo Hopgood who was able to make the plays. Emily Sutherland took a great catch at left field to deny Hayley Burner a hit but Demonswere able to score four in the next innings when Burner cleared Sutherland’s head, as well as safe hits to Manning and Sarah Nieuwenhuizen. With the score at 8-1 it looked done and dusted but Concordes had other ideas and provided a grandstand finish, scoring eight runs in the last innings thanks hard hitting across the board and two massive hits from Billie Jones (pictured) which resulted in four RBIs off her own bat. Concordes then just had to

hold Demons to win the game, and they did so, thanks to a pick off at second executed perfectly by catcher Sam Brown, an induced pop up fly off the ever dangerous bat of Manning, and a strike out by Jones to seal a great come from behind win, 9-8. Kelly Morale was fantastic for Demons, while Manning had three safe hits for Demons in her first game back for the season. But the day belonged to Jones whose amazing effort in the last innings got her team over the line. RESULTS Wanderers 19 (J Hart, E Hart 3; S Moretti, C Whiting, T Hatch, B Bonney, L Clifford Finch) d Concorde United 0 (S Thomson 2; D Jones, B Jones, D Waters); Warriors Blue 19 (N Vause 3 (1HR); L Bruggemann, B White, K Young, A Queale, A Schultz) d Warriors White 4 (S Polderman 3; B Dunn, J Koop, T Wilsmore, C Chaplin); Concordes White 9 (B Jones, K Altschwager 2) d Demons 8 (C Manning 3, S Nieuwenhuizen 2, K Morale, S Beck, H Burner)

SPORT Lop sided baseball scorelines Millicent played host to a travelling Tigers who batted first and established a winning lead in the top of the second dig. Tyler Horrigan found himself at first on a wild throw, Matt Thompson drew a walk, another error saw Karl Ransom on board and both Levi Morton and Joe Sims walked. Horrigan, Ransom, Morton and Sims all scored on wild pitches while Thompson was batted in with Sims’ walk. The run spree continued. Brayden Morton singled to centrefield and crossed the plate when Garth Ransom’s hit forced a fielder’s wild throw. Tyler Horrigan picked a walk and both he and Ransom scored on Thompson’s safety before Millicent finally wrapped up the inning. Millicent scored their only run in the bottom of the third inning. Anthony Mutton’s big hit to leftfield was put down and he advanced to home on Nick Pink’s safehit also to leftfield. In the top of the seventh Karl Ransom was hit by the pitcher and came home on Garth Ransom’s hit into an error. In the top of the ninth, Tigers added their tenth and final run to the scorebook. Sims was hit by another pitched ball and crossed home on Brayden Morton’s hit into an error. Of the 11 runs scored in the game only four were earned and the game was not dictated by the batters with only eight safehits between the two teams. Tigers had five safehits, seven BB, two HBP, five RBI, 10 K’s, one error and left 13 runners on base. Millicent had three safehits, one BB, HBP, RBI, and K, as well as nine errors and left five runners on base. Central invoked the two hour mercy rule on Federal. The Magpie line-up took a shine to two second string pitchers who gave Alex Reppin a night’s rest. Dylan Chuck, Central’s number one pitcher also had the night off and against back up pitching, Federal opened the scoring in the first inning when Alex Pearson singled to centrefield and scored on Tom Rundle’s sacrifice fly to leftfield. Nathan Meinck and Kyall

McClean both picked walks with Meinck scoring on Dylan Gull’s safety. McClean crossed on a pitcher’s balk. Brock Keding also walked and Koby Chant was aboard from a fielder’s choice. Both these players scored on a wild throw from a hit into the infield giving Central a four to one lead at the end of the first. In the second, both Meinck and McClean were both again thrown walks, Dylan Chuck hit into a fielder’s choice with the play going awry allowing Meinck to score. McClean and Chuck both crossed home on Keding’s three-bagger to centrefield. Keding was batted in by Ethan Chuck’s sacrifice fly to rightfield. Reppin added Federal’s second run in the top of the third after he picked a walk and scored on Matt Nicholls sacrifice fly to centre-field. Safehits to Central batters Meinck, McClean and Dylan Chuck saw those three all batted in with Keding adding the fourth run for the inning when a wild pitch went through to the backstop. The game was put beyond doubt in the bottom of sixth with the Magpies scoring a further five runs. McClean was aboard on an error, Dylan Chuck singled, Gull tripled, Chant hit safely and Ethan Chuck picked a base on ball. All five were batted in and with the two hour mercy limit passed Central turned out victors seventeen runs to two. Central had 14 safehits, 10 BB, 11 RBI, two K’s, two errors and left 11 runners on base. Federal had two safehits, four BB, two RBI, one K, four errors and left five runners on base. RESULTS Division 1 Tigers 10 (Jesse Foster, Brayden Morton, Tyler Horrigan, Matt Thompson, Karl Ransom) d Millicent 1(Nick Pink 2; Darcy Pink); Central 17 (Dylan Chuck, Dylan Gull 3; Kyall McClean, Koby Chant, Alex Ridding 2; Nathan Meinck, Brock Keding) d Federal 2 (Alex Pearson, Tom Rundle) Division 2 Central Magpies 6 (Brad Braithwaite 2; Joshua Chuck,

Kaleb Bowd, Colby Muller) d Tigers 5 (Garett Ha, Toby Burner); Central 16 (Blade Sturges 3; Mitchell Cutting 2; Brad Lynagh, Dylan Scheidl, Lauchie Tilley, Ben Green, Leigh Kent, Jordan Aston, Lachlan Ridding) d Federal 2 (Roy Hutchesson, Max Moody) Division 3 Central 11 (David Chant 3; Jordan Cozzi, Dean Cutting, Scott Page, Shane Frankenburg, Herb Meinck, Ben Jones) d Federal 2 (Andy DeNys 3; Ben Kroon, 2; Andrew Hughes, Levi Gale, John McAdam, Matt DeNys, Mick Potter, Max Moody); Naracoorte 7 (Tom Paech 3; Ashley Cross 2; Kristopher Keeping, Brandon May, Ashley Fox) d Tigers 5 (Leigh Edwards, Marcus Thomson); Millicent 11 (Cameron Harris, Steve Wanganeen, Phil Altschwager, Darren Pink 2; Stewart Woods, Shayne Humphries) d Central Magpies 6 (Luke Patching 3; Alan Crouch, Nick Crouch 2; Sam Henschke, Ross Peters, Bill Stephenson) Junior League Tigers 20 (Cameron Scott, Jarvi Mee, Ollie Gregory, Kaleb Kermond 2) d Central Magpies 0 (Brodie Berkefeld, Owain Earle, Sam Ruwoldt); Central 14 (Brad Walkom 2, Mitch Ruwoldt, Axl VonStanke, Jobe Harten) d Federal 7 (Alex Lynch, Marley Davis) Little League Central 13 (Lachlan Brierly (HR) 3; Cooper Smith (HR), Jacob Walkom 2; Alex Hitchen, Jobe Harten, Isabella Brierly, Chase Kilpatrick) def Federal 4 (Memphis Pearce 2, Jarrod Carey); Tigers 11 (Will Humphries 2; Harrison Elletson, Luke Seager, Declan Polkinghorne) d Millicent 3 (Jayden Garner, Molly Cushion) Minor League Tigers 7 (Hayden Thomson, Titan Dumigan, Ben Reichelt 2; Fergus Tarr, Jack Humphries, Addi Bros, Jett Lennon, Tekani Clark) d Central 6 (Connor Ruwoldt 2; Jobe Lynagh, Aiden Walker, Angus Maidment, Jye Dempsey, Riley Hopgood, Oliver June)

Pennant Bowls Results MID WEEK PENNANT • Mount Gambier Red 65/14 d Naracoorte RSL 35/0; Mount Gambier Blue 59/14 d Naracoorte 35/0; Port MacDonnell Red 45/12 d Port MacDonnell Blue 39/2; Mount Gambier RSl Red 47/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 39/2; Mount Gambier Green - BYE. LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE • Penola 55/14 d Kingston 20/0; Port MacDonnell 47/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 43/2; Millicent Red 47/12 d Mount Gambier 43/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 58/14 d Millicent Blue 41/0. DIVISION TWO • Naracoorte 47/12 d Robe 43/2; Penola 68/14 d Naracoorte RSL 25/0; Beachport 42/14 d Port MacDonnell 36/0; Millicent 49/14 d Lucindale 34/0. DIVISION THREE • Naracoorte 48/12 d Robe 39/2; Port MacDonnell 56/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 38/0; Mount Gambier 55/12 d Beachport 29/2; Penola 62/14 d Millicent 32/0 OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Mount Gambier RSL Blue 834/14 d Robe 63/2; Mount gambier 91/16 d Kalangadoo 47/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 96/16 d Port MacDonnell 37/0; Naracoorte 73/16 d Millicent 54/0. DIVISION TWO Mount Gambier RSL 77/12 d Kingston 62/4; Penola 85/14 d Naracoorte 58/2; Naracoorte RSL 87/16 d Millicent 52/0; Mount Gambier Red 67/13 d Mount Gambier Blue 64/3. DIVISION THREE Lucindale 72/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 62/2; Port MacDonnell 79/14 d Kingston 60/2; Millicent Red 92/16 d Penola 58/0; Naracoorte 73/14 d Millicent Blue 50/2. DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Robe 82/14 d Port MacDonnell 61/2; Beachport Blue 69/12 d Mount Gambier Blue 64/4; Mount Gambier RSL 72/14 d Millicent 63/2; Beachport Red 81/16 d Mount Gambier Red 46/0. DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) Penola 99/16 d Lucindale 59/0; Frances 89/16 d Naracoorte RSL 52/0; Kalangadoo 96/16 d Naracoorte 33/0.


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North’s Nick McInerney was on fire with bat & ball

North Sportsman’s Nick McInerney (above left) enjoyed a day out at Blue Lake Sports Park at the weekend, clubbing an unbeaten century and also doing damage with the ball, finishing 3/23. McInerney’s efforts saw North Sportsman’s easily account for South Gambier, who could only muster 8/132 in reply to North’s 1/228. McInerney hit nine fours and cleared the boundary three times on his way to his 115 no out, with skipper Aidan Thatcher finishing unbeaten on 53 and Jake Schutz making 43 in his supporting role with McInerney at the top of the order. Tim Young was the other multiple wicket taker in the match for North with two. East Gambier made it two from two to start the season - both

matches at home - in a low scoring arm wrestle with Penola. At 2/4 Penola was in all sorts but Jack Mullan (31) and skipper Mark Smith (39) put together a 43 run stand but when both were dismissed when the score was 48 it was downhill from there for the visitors who scrapped thier way to 98. At 4/29, East was staring down the barrel at defeat but with youngster Conor Little (43) anchoring the innings and cameos from Travis Younghusband, Alex Hentschke and Ben Hentschke, the Bulldogs were able to scrape past the total, finishing on 8/109. Alex Hentschke (pictured above cente) was the thorn in Penola’s side with the ball, taking 5/17 from his seven overs, including removing the dangerous Smith.

West Gambier looked like setting a lowly target in their clash with Mil Lel when they slumped to 6/75 but Sam Willis almost singlehandedly rescued the innings with a well crafted 61 that saw the Roos post 151. Mil Lel started the run chase perfectly, though, with the opening partnership of Tim McInerney (27) and Craig Lock (72) steering the home side to 85 before McInerney was run out and then Jonathon Alcock (24) helped get Mil Lel within striking distance before a quickfire 42 from Josh Smith, which included two fours and four sixes, put the result beyond doubt, as Mil Lel cruised to 183. Niall Easterbrook (pictured above right) was the pick of the bowlers with 5/11 from his eight overs. MIL LEL ON THE BOARD : Logan Gibbs (far left); Jonathon Alcock (left) & skipper Jack Miller (below) got Mil Lel off to a good start with the ball at the weekend in Barber Shield action at Frew Park.

Mid week action for RSL bowlers The Mount Gambier RSL bowlers were kept busy last week with two Invitation tournaments on the Lower South East bowls calendar. The men headed to the two day Annual Men’s Invitation Fours tournament at the Port MacDonnell Bowling Club with the RSL team of Deane Wilkinson, Andy Ashby, Robert Corner and Philip Wilson finishing third. A ladies team represented the club at Penola for their Annual Invitation Women’s Fours competition with Jane Crowder, Shirley McIntyre, Nancy Wilson and Julie Beaman competing solidly before the day was cancelled after two games of 10 ends due to the adverse weather conditions. Thursday’s saw the Men’s Aggregate drawn competition, played with a 2-4-2 format, at the club with Tony Freeman and Alan Hill victorious for the day with a controlled display of bowling.

RESULTS BARBER SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) Mil Lel 183 d West Gambier 151 West Gambier 151 (S. Willis 61; R. Crute 16; C. Prior 14; L. Gibbs 2/24; J/ Allcock; 2/28; C./ Megaw 2/30) Mil Lel 183 (C. Lock 72; J. Smith42; T. McInerney 276; J. Alcock 24; N. Easterbrook 5/11; R. Crute 2/40) East Gambier 8/109 d Penola 98 Penola 98 (M. Smith 39; J. Mullan 31; L. Jones 12; A. Hentschke 5/17; E. Marks 3/15) East Gambier 8/109 (C. Little 43; E. Marks 16; T. Younghusband 15; A. Hentshcke 12; M. Waters 2/15; C. Slabber 2/21) North Sportsman’s 1/228 d South Gambier 8/132 North Sportsman’s 1/228 (N. McInerney 115no.; A. Thatcher 53no.; J. Schutz 43) South Gambier 8/132 (No batting details available; N. McInerney 3/23 T. Young 2/9) CROUCH SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) North Sportsman’s 2/157 d West Gambier 4/109 West Gambier /109 (L. Rothall 63; C. Biddle 29no.; J. Stafford 3/10) North Sportsman’s 2/157 (M. Robinson 55no.; B. Robinson 55; A. Barry 39) Gambier Central 110 d East Gambier 62 East Gambier 62 (C. Hale 17; B. Robionson 16; B. Barker 3/9; J. Fry 3/17; I/. Czaban 3/14) Gambier Centrals 110 (D. Lock 36; D. Barrett 32; N. Gore 3/31; T. O’Connor 2/24) Mil Lel 9/190 d West Gambier 8/109 Mil Lel 1st innings (D. Radley 65; T. Dinnison, J. Smith 23; B. Deans 17; S. NO OTHER RESULTS AVAILABLE COX BROS SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) NO RESULTS AVAILABLE O‘DONOHUE SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Millicent v West Gambier Millicent 1st innings 34 (B. Werchon 11; W. Von Stanke 2/4) West 1st innings 6/123 (A. Hill 30ret.; M. Cornolo 25ret.; J. Prior 20; J. Todd 2/21) West Gambier won by 89 runs. East Gambier v North Sportsman’s East 1st innings 9/208 (J. Sullivan 68no.; N. Gazzard 38; L. Turley 36; T. Graney 35; J. Lawernce 32; I. Mulraney 2/26; Z. Clarke 2/10) North Sportsman’s 1st innings 107 (H. Langlands 25; C. Richards, I. Mulraney 18; J. Bryant 3/10; C. Facy 3/16; J. Sullivan 2/3) East Gambier won by 101 runs. South Gambier v Mil Lel South Gambier 1st innings 124 (No details available) Mil Lel 1st innings 103 (No details available) South Gambier won by 21 runs. HALL TROPHY (TWO DAY MATCHES) Penola v Millicent Penola 57 (No batting details available; A. Lindner 2/10; C. Clark 2/5)

Millicent 1st innings (in reply) 1/42 (S. Hunt 26no.; O. Fitzgerald 14) NO FINAL RESULT AVAILABLE West Gambier v Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings 5/134 (A. Virtanen 21; H. Hicks 17; B. Pfitzner 14; P. Dycer 3/21) West Gambier 1st innings 115 (J. Prior 36; R. Barrett 18no.; A. Virtanen 2/22; R. Grigg 2/8) Mil Lel won by 19 runs. South Gambier v East/North Gambier South Gambier 1st innings 9/99 (E. Geary 40; N. Maxwell 14; no bowling details available) East/North Gambier 1st innings 88 (No details available) South Gambier won by 11 runs. SIMS SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Millicent v North Sportsman’s Millicent 1st innings122 (T. Lawlor 30no.; R. Lindner 27no.; M. Hunt 15; F. Mitchell 3/11; S. Habib 2/5; O. Vause 2/5) North Sportsman’s 8/104 (K. Mulraney 25ret.; O. Vause 23ret.; T. Lawlor 2/3; P. Fitzgerald 2/5) Millicent won by 18 runs. Mil Lel Gold v Penola Penola 1st innings 144 (P. Lydeamore 34; L. Baverstock 30ret.) Mil Lel Gold 1st innings 6/136 (V. Radley 25; G. Little 19; L. Baverstock 2/7) Penola won by eight runs. Mil Lel Green v East Gambier Mil Lel Green 1st innings 4/166 (T. Horbuyry 16ret.; T. Virtanen 11ret.; A. Allen 10; J. Bald 2/8) East Gambier 1st innings 112 (J. Bald 30; R. Lucas 24; T. Fiegert 3/20; R. Grigg 2/11) Mil Lel Green won by 54 runs. Gambier Central v Glencoe Glencoe 1st innings 6/105 (S. Haase 23no.; K. Rainey 2/11; D. Stockwell 1/9) Gambier Centrals 1st innings 53 (B. Lock 10; M. Crowe 2/3; S. Haase 2/3; B. Gosden 2/5) Glencoe won by 52 runs. West Gambier v South Gambier Maroon West Gambier 1st innings 97 (N. Fox 11ret.; T. Richards 10ret.; K. Jeffrey 9ret.; B. Noble 6ret.) South Gambier Maroon 1st innings 47 (S. McBain 5; A. Page 4; S. Morello 3; B. Noble 2/4; E. Brook 2/6) West Gambier won by 50 runs.

TAKE THAT : West Gambier youngster Connor Prior showed some grit at the top of the order, batting for more than an hour as the wickets fell around him.

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Round five of the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Spring Season served up some intense battles and long-standing traditional rivalries. In what was the most one sided contest of the night, Team Ferrari asserted themselves early with a five rubber to nil lead, and were never threatened by their opponents, Team Bentley. Schofield brothers Joel and Owen were once again dominant for the victors, the only blemish to an otherwise perfect night being the older Joel dropping a tight opening game to his Team Bentley’s Tracey Rawlings. Once again Ben Newman and Johnny McBain tried hard for Team Bentley, McBain’s tense five game triumph over Ferrari’s Ward Freeman a highlight, but ultimately Team Ferrari proved far too strong and came away with a 15-9 win. Team Audi faced off against Team Porsche in the second match of the night, and it was the traditional showdown rivalry between Porsche’s Tom Horrigan and Audi’s Angus Billing that got proceedings underway. Horrigan continued his recent dominance over Billing, taking the anti-climactic rubber in three comfortable games. Luke Bremner produced a superhuman effort filling in for the undermanned Porsche outfit whilst also competing for his own team. At one stage Bremner was called on to play seven rubbers back-to-back, winning six of them. Leigh Barry (pictured), Aaron McPhee, Rowan Hardcastle and Kuncheria Luka all produced perfect singles performances for Team Audi, who overall prevailed 13-11. In the third match of the night, Team Mercedes and

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Nine South East Senior Tennis players travelled to Murray Bridge earlier this month to participate in a tennis challenge with Riverland, Port Elliot and Murray Bridge on lawn courts at Sturt Reserve in warm conditions. A great day was had by the 39 competing players. SOUTH EAST CONTINGENT : Irene Hamm, Marlene Bull, Bill Chapman, Necia Evans, Peter Evans, Bernie Paltridge, Allan Schultz, Lorraine Kilgour & Trish Douglas.

Team McLaren could not be separated, playing out an amazing 12-all draw. Ultimately it was Mercedes prevailing on countback of games won (5044). Mike Hosszu got McLaren off to a strong start with a comfortable win over Tracey Escreet before Mercedes’ Jono Lange was able to even up the ledger with an equally comfortable account of Heather McGregor. McLaren looked to have the match on their terms on the back of strong performances from Bremner, Ethan Harding and Cameron Beal, until Escreet’s enthralling five game victory over McGregor late in the night inspired a run of four victories for Mercedes to force the deadlock and subsequent countback scenario. RESULTS 2 match winners: Scott Fartch, Sirinat Sweet (Mercedes), Mike Hosszu (McLaren), Joel Schofield, Owen Schofield, (Ferrari), James Peake, Johnny McBain (Bentley), Luke Bremner (Porsche), Rowan Hardcastle, Aaron McPhee, Leigh Barry, Kuncheria Luka (Audi).

Blue Lake results Conditions last week for the Blue Lake Golf Club ladies event were less than ideal but a small contingent sat it out over a cup of cofee, eventually taking to the course for a stableford competition, finishing the game in quite humid conditions. With only one division vouchers were given for first, second and third sponsored by Bay Blue Espresso bar and the Blue lake Golf Club. A countback was required between Helen Stratford and Geraldine Scott with the former winning out after both carding 34 points. Scott had a remarkable three chip-in ferrets, one resulting in a birdie two on the par 3 fifth hole. Third place voucher went to Lynda Nannings, carding 33 points.

MGDTA Results DIVISION ONE West Gambier 7-56 d Reidy Park 5-51 Men’s singles: E. Schultz d Z. Young 6-3; B. Cook lost to C. Kelly 0-6; N. Lang d J. Childs 6-4. Women’s singles: J. Sealey lost to E. Edwards 3-6; L. McIntyre d S. Edwards 6-2. Glencoe 9-66 d Centrals/Uniting Church 3-45 Men’s singles D. Childs d A. Van Den Hurk 6-4; P. Mitchell d M. Heemskerk 6-3; D. Boyce d B. Gaffney 6-3. Women’s singles: S. Edwards lost to A. Dunn 2-6; L. Edwards d C. Walker 6-3; C. Watson d J. Delaney 6-2 DIVISION TWO West Gambier Red 9-65 d Uniting Church 3-27; West Gambier Blue 7-61 d Centrals 5-50; Glencoe Maroon 10-66 d Reidy Park 2-35; Glencoe Gold 7-60 d Mount Gambier 5-51; Suttontown Tigers 6-62 d Mount Schank 6-61. DIVISION THREE Suttontown 8-64 d Uniting Church 4-40; Mil Lel Green - BYE; Glencoe/ Centrals 10-68 d Mount Schank 2-39; Mil Lel Blue 8-57 d Moorak 4-45; West Gambier v Mount Gambier (no results available) LADIES DOUBLES Uniting Church 4-31 d Allendale East 2-25; Reidy Royal 6-36 d Reidy Red 0-3; Mil Lel - BYE. MIXED DOUBLES Mount Gambier Blue 4-27; Centrals 2-22; Glencoe 4-31 d Mil Lel 2-22; Moorak Gold 5-36 d Uniting Church 1-17; Mount Gambier Green 4-26 d Suttontown 2-23; Moorak Green - BYE.

First past the post Mount Gambier Pony Harness Racing 2019/20 awards

Tough competition in RSL B Grade singles championship

Sixteen bowlers contested the RSL Bowling Club’s B Grade Singles competition held earlier this month. A very strong contingent took part in this year’s games which consisted of drawn games with the first to 21 shots being victorious. After the first round there was only eight bowlers left which saw the quarter final draw of Brenton Wittner v Wally Brown; Les James v Gary Walters; Gary Fox v Tony Freeman and Noel Miller v Lance Franklin. Again tight games in all these quarter finals saw the semi finals end up with Brenton Wittner v Noel Miller and Les James v Garry Fox. These semi finals turned out to be very close encounters with the eventual winners being Brenton Wittner and Les James. Unfortunately the final could not be played and will be played at a later date to be confirmed. SEMI FINALISTS: (Above left) Brenton Wittner & Noel Miller and (above right) Les James & Garry Fox.

LEADERSHIP AWARD: Evie Sealey Donated by OK Pie Shop

MOST IMPROVED AWARD: Super Mario & Keeley Formosa (donated by Harper & Co)

RETIRING DRIVERS: Amity Formosa & Keeley Formosa (sponsored by Key2Sale)

PONY & DRIVER OF THE YEAR AWARD JOINT WINNERS: Buddy Boom Boom & Marnee Formosa (donated by Barry & Sandra Carraill) & Little Miss Geri & Kloe Phillips (donated by Phillips Racing). Kloe also received a first year medal (sponsored by Gym Challenge Meals)

BEST PRESENTED PONY & DRIVER AWARD: Poppin Pepe & Molly Hinch (donated by Collins Court Butcher). Molly also received a first year medal (sponsored by Gym Challenge Meals).

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Spring Series riders start preparation for longer races The seventh race in the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Spring Series was a 25km handicap race along the Caves Road course. This allowed competitors to ride towards the border, but turn around before the checkpoints, whilst also extending the racing distance in preparation for some longer races coming up in the calendar. The 17 local riders were joined by Josh Harrison for this race, taking a rest from his coaching duties on the track for the juniors, in order to school those who took to the road. The handicapper organised the racers into seven groups, with Harrison starting from scratch with local fast man Nicholas Kidman. On a beautifully blue, crisp morning with a small south-easterly breeze meaning the early racing would be into a headwind, the limit riders, Jason Buckland and Pru Riddoch, were given the starting orders. Three minutes later, the next group consisting of Jen Buckland, with father and son team of Michael and Brady Dethmore began their chase, two further minutes in front of Spek Peake and Harry Opperman. With 10 minutes already on the clock, the next group with Mike

Bakker, Bruce McLaughlin, and John Cranwell were allowed to begin their chase. After a further two minute delay the group of Robert Mann, Malcolm Tirabassi, Dean Zeven and young gun Niel van Niekirk joined the fray, followed in quick succession by Dave Bryant and Matthew Opperman two minutes later, then the scratch group, giving a 16 minute head start to the first racers. By the halfway turnaround most of the groups had managed to stick together, and keep ahead of the others.

Ross combination takes out Mixed Pairs titles

The Mixed Pairs title at the Millicent Bowls Club has been run and won with the teams of Sarah and Wayne Ross doing battle against Margaret Johnson and Derek Bowering. The Ross pair got away to a strong start winning the first three ends then the Bowering/Johnson combination won the next two ends to make the score 5/2 Ross team’s way. By the eighth end the score was sitting at 10/2 and Sarah and Wayne went on to take the title. MIXED TRIPLES FINALISTS: (Above left) Mixed Pairs title winners Wayne & Sarah Ross and (above right) runners up Derek Bowering & Margaret Johnson.

The cracks were starting to appear on the way home, though, as the pace was kept high. With 9km to go most of the front groups had joined together, with Riddoch, Peake, Jen Buckland and Brady Dethmore forming a strong partnership, leaving Michael Dethmore, Jason Buckland and Harry Opperman gasping in their wake. As the racers veered onto the final stretch, with approximately 4km still to race, the back groups were coming together, and had the leaders in their sights. Harrison

made his move, leaving his fellow backmarker, Kidman, in the care of Matthew Opperman and Bryant, going all out to try and reel in the leaders. Ultimately he fell just 11 seconds short in his quest, with the win going to Brady Dethmore (50.03), closely followed by Riddoch, Jen Buckland and Peake. Arriving fifth and with fastest time honours was Harrison with a ride time of (34.14), followed by Niel van Niekirk, then Bryant, Kidman, Matthew Opperman, Mann, McLaughlin, Bakker,

Cranwell, Mchael Dethmore, Harry Opperman, and then the grupetto of Jason Buckland, Zeven and Tirabassi. With five races to go in the series the leaderboard is very tight, with only 10 points separating the top eight riders. This weekend was the annual Banks Thargo/Kidman cup - a 35km race held on Saturday, in a slight change from the usual race format. WINNERS PODIUM : (Far left) JOsh Harrison on his way to the fastest time; (left)Josh Harrison (fastest time), Jen Buckland (3rd), Brady Dethmore (1st) & Pru Riddoch (2nd) and (above) Brady Dethmore riding with Michael Dethmore & Jen Buckland

Men’s handicap pairs title decided

Millicent Bowls Club Men’s Handicap Pairs final saw the pairing of Rod Gibbs and Iain Campbell against David Taylor and Peter Dunicliff, with the Gibbs/Campbell combination having to give the opposition an eight shot start. The final was played over 12

ends and by the 10th end there were only two shots separating the teams with the scores sitting at 19 to the Gibbs/Campbell team and 17 shots to the Dunicliff/Taylor team. But in the end the Gibbs/ Campbell combination was too strong in going on to win the

next four ends handing them the overall victory with the final score of 29/17. MEN’S HANDICAP PAIRS PODIUM: (Above left) Men’s Handicap Pairs champions Iain Campbell & Rod Gibbs and (above right) runners up Peter Dunicliff & David Taylor.

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Few have achieved more in street stock driving than Anthony Beare, but 2020 has been a tough year with COVID-19 grinding the sport to a halt. Beare would normally have spent the year travelling around the country competing, but the border restrictions have left drivers taying close to home with the rest of us. “Speedway and racing wise (COVID) has affected it totally, like it’s pretty much grinded everything to a halt until about a month ago,” Beare said. “It’s starting to slowly get back together, but it’s going to be a slow road. “There’s been four rounds that have been cancelled of the bitumen racing interstate series. The national title for the speedway got cancelled and I had Tasmania booked. “They’ve had to do what they’ve had to do, it’s the way the world is, but the speedway scene got cut off mid-March, WA is still going but we can’t get there obviously, the bitumen circuit racing all that’s fell in a heap with the way Victoria is, we predominantly do the Victorian round.

Mitch Broome’s love for racing started at a young age. Broome, who hails from Mount Gambier, got his first experience behind the wheel driving go-karts with his parents hugely influential in getting his start in racing. “I raced go-karts for about nine or 10 years. Mum and dad raced – Mum raced go-karts and dad raced speedway,” Broome said. “When I finished school, I had the decision to keep racing go-karts and get into speedway, so I chose to go speedway. “They’ve been the whole influence (on my career), really. “He (dad) is the one that got me into the sport and my love has grown for the sport. Dad’s the main crew man on my wingless car at the moment. “He just said to have fun and not put too much pressure on yourself. Have fun and if the results come, the results come. “If they don’t, well, we’ll still have a bit of fun doing it. I love the thrill of it.” Broome made the successful transition from go-karts to racing wingless sprints, winning the Victorian Super Series and the overall points aggregate score in 2019. Broome’s most recent race occurred last week, placing fifth at Murray Bridge with a mishap on the opening lap hurting his chances of a higher place. “I struggled a little bit in the final which came down to us making a bad decision on the car,” he said. “It was just the car set up. We had time to change something and we decided not to, we probably should have done that. “We had a bit of stuff up, but they come every now and then. “But other than that, we’re still happy with how the car is going and the speed it’s got, now we just need better luck.” Broome hopes lady luck is on his side as he looks to bounce back with the upcoming races in Mount

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“...It’s starting to slowly get back together, but it’s going to be a slow road....” Anthony Beare “It’s pretty much all come to a standstill everything.” With restrictions eased in South Australia and easing in Victoria, the sport should be starting to wind back up soon as we enter a 2021 that could be the biggest ever for drivers. Beare said he’ll be back out there training as soon as this weekend in preparation. “(After the shutdown) everyone went to their iRacing basis. I’m

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“...given me time to get the cars ready and make them better because every job that you’ve always had planned to do you have time....” Anthony Beare not real good with computers so I was pretty useless, but it was good incentive and got a lot of people involved,” he said. “The basis and the idea of that was amazing, it just didn’t suit me. “The break has probably given me time to get the cars ready and make them better because every job that you’ve always had planned to do you have time for which is good. “The speedway car is in my shed, so just been plodding along and making it ready and we’re going to have a hit back this weekend first and then next weekend we’re going to be on the speedway track. “I haven’t run speedway since March and the saloon car and the

Vic series was February, but I was lucky enough in September we ran in the saloon car, was lucky to have a skid there and get the eye in a little bit.” Beare gave an insight into what the next few months could look like as restrictions ease. “It’s starting to build up now, national titles are put out two years in advance, so they had to cancel Tasmania obviously. 2021 was meant to be in Bunbury, but with the way WA border is that might be off as well, but the saloon cars are talking of going running come November 28th and speedway is talking too, so it’s all building up depending on the borders.”

“...have fun and if the results come, the results come....” Mitchell Broome Gambier on November 28th and Murray Bridge on December 5th. “I’m confident going in,” he said. “We were pretty good last year so we’re trying to carry that into this year. It’s not the speed but we just need a bit more luck to go our way. “I need to improve my heat races at the moment, get myself a better starting spot and make some better decisions from my end in the car going forward in the heat races. “That will get me a better starting spot for the finals.” Broome harbours ambitions of moving into sprint cars down the track and following in the footsteps of his idol and champion racer Garry Brazier. “The dream is to race sprint cars and move up to the next stage,” he said. “I’m pretty happy doing what I’m doing, I just want to start winning some of the events like the Australian titles – I would love to win an Australian title. “That’s the realistic goal, the dream is to race sprint cars. “I always looked up to Garry Brazier in sprint cars. He’s a good friend and he was at the top of his game when I was growing up. “I idolised him when I was a kid.”


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