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ABOVE: Liam Brown belts out a song during rehearsal for this weekend’s debut performance by local band Higgs Field.
Loud & proud Live music returns to stage Three-piece punk band Chelsea Manor and progressive rock group Higgs Field will headline at the Helpmann, as part of the venue’s inaugural Local and Live program his weekend. Having recently performed at the South Australian Music Awards, Chelsea Manor are making waves through the music industry. The band opened at Triple J’s One Night Stand in Lucindale last year, after winning the Unearthed support slot. They have released two singles from their debut EP and have had features on Tone Deaf, Rolling Stone Australia and Triple J unearthed. Higgs Field debut on the Helpmann stage with a playlist of original songs influenced by a range of bands from different genres in the 90s and the modern era.
Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre manager Frank Morello said Local and Live was one of the rare positives to emerge from Covid-19. “Considerable time was spent during the venue’s closure developing a framework around the program to ensure it was sustainable and achieved our aims,” Mr Morello said “We were keen to provide a professional opportunity for regional artists to showcase their creative talents in front of a live audience on the Helpmann stage. “And what better way to kick off the program than with a double bill that includes Chelsea Manor, which shot to prominence at Triple J’s One Night Stand at Lucindale, and the debut performance of progressive rock band Higgs Field.” . See inside for full story
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Tourism industry on the road to recovery Biddie Shearing might have ceremonially laid out the red carpet for Victorian visitors as the borders opened last Tuesday but the Limestone Coast Local Government Association destination development manager knows there is a mountain of work to do as the region’s tourism industry looks to recover and rebuild one of the lifeblood sectors of this region. It is a recovery that
sees all seven councils in the region working cooperatively with Ms Shearing and other industry leaders, including putting together a Recovery and Rebuilding Plan. “Working together is crucial so we are not tripping over each other trying to work towards recovery in the region,” Ms Shearing said. “The only part of the plan needing more work at the moment is the work around events but obviously
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there is still some uncertainty where major events are concerned.” Not since 2010 has the region worked so cooperatively and put together a regionwide marketing plan and even that ended up on hold after it was set to debut right when South Australia went into hard lockdown and should be launched some time this month. See inside for full story
Magic million Community donations pass the million dollar mark The Royal Flying Doctor Service received a $50,000 cash injection this month to help fund the Mount Gambier Airport Patient Transfer Facility. The donation came from the Community Bank Mt Gambier & District and proved to be historic, tipping the branch’s community donations over the million dollar mark. Branch manager Tracy Koop (pictured) said to have evolved from the early struggles of the branch to establish its brand and get a foothold on the local landscape, when it first opened in 2001, to reaching the million dollar milestone was a significant effort by both the bank and the community. “To be able to give a million dollars back to our local community in grants over 19 years is a huge achievement and one we are very proud of,” Ms Koop said. “We feel this will only provide more encouragement for customers to continue to support us so we are able to keep doing that.” Ms Koop said the increased profile of the branch had been a gradual build. “We did really struggle in the beginning but we have worked hard and gradually increased awareness of the bank – not just what we offer in financial services but the unique model that sees the community benefit through our grants and scholarships,” Ms Koop said. “The more people that support us, the more we can give out to the community. Reaching the $1 million mark is such a fantastic achievement for a community enterprise.
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“Many people would have considered this nothing more than a far-off dream 19 years ago but our locally owned and operated Bendigo Community Bank has turned this dream into a reality, supporting hundreds of community initiatives financially in the process. It has been an extraordinary achievement”. From the sponsorship of sporting organisations to tertiary grants, from injecting cash into local art competitions to helping bankroll community projects, the million dollars has filtered out to a diverse range of people and projects. “Thanks to the support of our shareholders, branch staff, company board and customers, we have grown to be one of the biggest sources of community funding in the South East,” Ms Koop said. “We know how much our grants or sponsorship have taken the pressure off groups to be able to get things done. Health, sport, education, art, and everything in between have been able to tap into the branch’s funding options.” Funding granted by Community Bank Mount Gambier & District has gone toward supporting a wide range of community groups, projects and events including: • Annual scholarship for students commencing tertiary education for first time • Mount Gambier District Health Advisory Council – Funding for HoverJack purchase • Western Border Football League – Season major sponsorship • Royal Flying Doctor Service – Funding for airport patient transfer facility. • SA Rostrum – Funding for local schools public speaking competition
• Mil Lel Cricket Club – Funding for player tops • Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group – Funding for purchase of transperineal biopsy machine • South East Women’s Football Association – Season major sponsorship Ms Koop said to mark the magical million dollar milestone, a handful of organisations have been selected to reserve a special grant and those decisions also showed the diversity of the grants program with suicide prevention, environmental warriors and community radio all set to be recipients of the celebration handouts. “It is just our way of saying thank you for what you do,” Ms Koop said. Board chair Helen Strickland said she hoped the one million dollars in contributions would be just the start of many future milestones for
Community Bank Mount Gambier & District. “With the support of our local community we can continue
to grow our business and most importantly, continue to strengthen our community,” Ms Strickland said.
Gallery 54 artists unveil their true colours It’s all about colour and summer at Penola’s Gallery 54 with the opening of a new exhibition last Thursday. The Colour of Summer is the title of the new exhibition featuring original works, that emrace a wide range of media, including painting, drawing, textiles, printmaking, pottery and collage. The exhibiting artists, Joann Fife, Ann Carpenter, Anne Miles, Jean McArthur, Kaye Riley, Diana Wiseman, Sally O’Connor and Sue Shaw, have created colourful works that evoke the atmosphere of summer through images of mood and abstraction. This is a wonderful opportunity to visit the gallery in Penola, to view the exhibition and the ever-changing display of artwork throughout the rest of the gallery. The exhibition is now open and runs until January 30. The gallery is open from Thursday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm and each day during school holidays.
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Shop till you drop in your own backyard New campaign highlights shopping local has never been more important It has been tough for businesses of all shapes and sizes in 2020 but it could be argued the silver lining is business groups have realised the value of working collaboratively to achieve a common goal and consumers have realised the importance, like never before, of spending their money in their own backyard. The challenges of 2020 has seen the City of Mount Gambier, the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce, Women in Business and Regional Development (WiBRD) and Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) join forces in a campaign designed to ramp up our support of businesses, big and small, as we head into the festive season and beyond. The ‘Big, Small – Support Us All’ campaign was launched on Friday and WiRDB chair Jacinta Jones was optimistic about the results the cooperative campaign could yield. “We have been working hard to collaborate with other organisations for the benefit of the community,” Mrs Jones said. “We all believe it is so important we support the big companies and the small businesses – they all play a role, sponsoring local sporting and community groups and employing local people. We know businesses of all sizes have been doing it tough and the idea
“...this campaign will provide our businesses with a much needed boost heading into Christmas...” Rachel Ashman (Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast)
“...we recognise that if we do something together and do it really well that can only benefit everyone ...” Jacinta Jones (WiBRD chair) just grew from there.” Mrs Jones also believed collaborations like this campaign were the secret to success moving forward. “We recognise that if we do something together and do it really well that can only benefit everyone and that has been highlighted during this year – I know we have all looked at our strategic plans and aligning them where we can for that very reason,” she said. The campaign launched with a competition which runs until Sunday, December 20, with ten $100 vouchers provided as
prizes. To enter the competition, participants must like, share and tag three friends on the Big Small, Support Us All Facebook or Instagram pages and also ‘like’ the WiBRD and Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Facebook and Instagram pages. RDALC business and workforce development manager Rachael
Ashman was optimistic the campaign would garner strong community support. “We see that this campaign will provide our businesses with a much needed boost heading into Christmas,” Ms Ashman said. “By choosing to buy from local businesses or using local services, we are keeping money circulating in the city.” And that’s exactly where the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce president Hayley Neumann wants the money circulating as well. “Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, our local businesses have taken a hit and we’d really love for our community to shop and support local in the lead up to Christmas more than ever before,” Ms
“...our local businesses have taken a hit and we’d really love for our community to shop and support local...” Hayley Neumann (Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce)
Neumann said. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM was also quick to encourage the community to get on board the campaign. “This collaboration is a result of the ‘Our City. Our Economy’ Business Survey and Reconnect to Recover business networking event that was held in July 2020,” City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin said. “The event highlighted the importance of local businesses working together to get through this challenging time. It is anticipated that the ‘Big, Small Support Us All’ campaign will be an ongoing initiative to support the local business community and we encourage the community to participate.” Winners will be drawn on Monday, December 21 and will receive a $100 voucher from a list of member organisations that have ‘opted in’ to be a part of the competition, with a total of $1000 in prizes to be awarded. WORKING TOGETHER: City of Mount Gambier acting CEO Barbara Cernovskis; City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin; Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce president Hayley Neumann; WiBRD chair Jacinta Jones and RDALC business and workforce development manager Rachael Ashman.
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Hospitality sector now hopeful of a good December
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Relief and optimism. That is how hospitality operators in the region have greeted the winding back of the post Statewide lockdown restrictions as cafes, restaurants, pubs and other venues look to start somewhat minimising the damage of the past eight months with an improved December trade. Police commissioner Grant Stevens’ announcement of some relaxation of recent COVID regulations was music to the ears of those previously facing a month of cancelled Christmas shows and limited regular trading. Metro Bakery & Cafe owner Toni Vorenas was thrilled to be able to host her first function since March last Saturday night, following a spate of cancellations of celebratory events, courtesy of the recent regulations. “We are now back to where we were two weeks ago and I think people are also looking to get out and about,” Toni said. “We have an unusually configured space so the restrictions have been even more limiting for us but to now be able to go ahead with our booked private functions and have people standing up to eat and drink really helps with our capacity. Although it’s less than our capacity preCOVID, compared to the four square metre rule, this is a dream. Hospitality venues have always been a part of major life events, hosting birthdays, weddings etc.
and our capacity limits are so important to preserve a sense of normality and celebration.” Hints that further review and potential relaxing of restrictions would be on the cards during next week added to the optimism. “I am so much more positive now and I hope we will all be dancing and drinking on New Year’s Eve,” Toni said. Jens Town Hall Hotel manager Aaron Davis (pictured) echoed that positivity as he saw his venue go from 100 capacity the previous week to the new density requirements. “We were losing $1000-$1500 a day when it was
capped at 100,” Aaron said. “Even when it went up, we could only have 70 people in a dining room for 158 and we had Christmas Shows cancelled but now we are hoping we can go full steam ahead for the rest of the year.” Jens Hotel also enjoyed hosting the first of what Aaron hopes is many Christmas Shows at the weekend with his main concern now being educating patrons on the check in system. “We are not full but we now have enough people to make really good money at this time of year,” he said. “Now we are trying to educate our patrons about checking in and keeping an eye on all our entrances to make sure everyone knows what to do.” That has meant an increase in staffing for these COVID regulations but to keep people safe and to ensure people can get out and about and celebrate the festive season, it is all worth it. “This is definitely the most positive outlook I have had for almost a month,” Aaron said. Toni and the team at Metro have moved more seamlessly into the QR code check in era – they had been running the system since June. “We have been using a QR check in system since June so it hasn’t been a big transition and people are fantastic and totally understanding of regulations.”
The Naracoorte District Men’s Shed was one of three Limestone Coast volunteer organisations to earn a slice of the $2.7million Federal Government pie in a round of grants handed out to commemorate International Volunteer Day last Friday. The Naracoorte group secured the maximum $5000, with Kalangadoo Netball Club ($4500) and Mt Burr Netball Club ($1818) set to decide on how to spend their windfall early in 2021 and the Glencoe Branch of the History Trust of South Australia ($1000) can also now make out a shopping list Naracoorte District Men’s Shed workshop manager Harold Leech said the funding would be used to purchase some smaller equipment, including battery operated hand drills. “They are so much lighter and so much easier to handle and we want to make things as easy and safe as possible for everyone,” he said. “We are trying to convert all our equipment to battery operated for that reason and the bulk of the money will go towards that.” The grant will also be used to purchase earmuffs and eye protection as well as consumables, including saw blades. All grants awarded were between $1,000 and $5,000 and will enable local organisations to
better support their volunteers to purchase small equipment, pay fuel, transport and training costs. Member for Barker Tony Pasin said volunteers are an integral part of our society, especially during difficult times. “This is a great opportunity to thank the local volunteering communities for the great work that they’ve continued to do this year despite the difficulty experienced as a result of COVID- 19,” Mr Pasin said. “This additional funding will go a long way in helping even more local organisations and their volunteers to continue their important work, through what has been a very tough year.” The 2020-21 Volunteer Grants round is expected to open in the middle of next year. Subscribe on the Community Grants Hub to be alerted to this and other grant listings. For more information on volunteering, visit the Volunteering Australia website.
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Mount Gambier Central throws support behind annual Christmas Appeal Each year, the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal plays a critical role in ensuring that vulnerable and isolated people in our city experience the joy of Christmas. Last year, a record amount of more than $36,000 was raised by the community for the appeal which assisted 800 adults, 450 families and almost 550 children and teenagers with Christmas food hampers, vouchers or gifts. Just $50 can help one local family, with demand expected to be higher than ever due to challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. All donations to the appeal are distributed through the Christmas Cheer Program delivered by the following agencies: • Uniting Care • ac.care • Lifeline SE • St Vincent De Paul • The Salvation Army Why support the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal: •The appeal relies solely on the support of local donors – the service is additional to the role played by local agencies and is not possible without contributions from local individuals, families,
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groups and businesses. • Demand for support is increasing and the service is becoming stretched - while contributions from the local community have been reasonably consistent, the demand for support at Christmas has increased by almost 20% over the past five years. • The appeal is a unique local initiative - 100% of the funds are sourced and distributed locally. The City of Mount Gambier supports the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal by acting as a collection point for the agencies. Outside any fees charged by the financial institutions, 100% of your donation is distributed to the participating agencies. Mount Gambier Central are proud to continue to play a significant role in supporting the fundraising for the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal and helping raise awareness of the appeal over the past 10 years. Throughout the year all the funds raised through the collection and
recycling of the centre’s cans and bottles are donated the Appeal with the help of a small team of volunteers. Mount Gambier Central are again this year donating $1 from each Santa photo sitting to the Appeal. Santa photos are only $6 for a 6x4 photo and photo mount and a free gift for every child. Santa will arrive at Mount Gambier Central on Saturday, December 14 at 11am and will be at the centre daily between 11am and 2pm until Christmas Eve and 4pm to 7pm on Thursday, December 19. To visit Santa, you will need to pre-book online at www. mountgambiercentral.com.au For Santa photo packages and more information on Mount Gambier Central’s Santa Photos visit: www.mountgambiercentral. com.au
Donations can be made through the following channels:
1. Call council on (08)8721 2555 (option 1) with your credit card details on hand. 2. In person at the City of Mount Gambier customer service counter - Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace. 3. Send a cheque made out to ‘City of Mount Gambier’ PO Box 56 Mount Gambier SA 5290 with advice that the cheque is a donation to the Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal. 4. Tins and a ‘tap and go’ EFTPOS system will also be available at local businesses. For further details or any questions regarding the appeal, contact City of Mount Gambier on (08)8721 2555 or email email@example.com
Ready to hit the road Whip your bicycle into shape Looking to dust off that bike you haven’t ridden in a while or just taking advantage of the improved weather by hitting the road, then this month’s free bike maintenance courses will be right up your alley. Hosted by the City of Mount Gambier and Bike SA, he maintenance courses will provide residents with basic and intermediate knowledge on how to fix a flat tyre and other minor faults. “As the weather improves and residents start thinking about dusting off a bike that may be sitting in the shed, they may need to do some maintenance,” City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard (pictured) said. The Basic Bike Care session is designed to provide a thorough introduction to maintaining a bike. “This three-hour course is planned specifically for those just starting out. It aims to provide a better understanding of the working parts of the bike, offering the additional knowledge needed to get out onto the road or
trail with extra confidence,” Mr Izzard said. “During the course participants will learn how to clean and lubricate the major mechanical working groups of a bike and get the inside story on puncture repair.” The Intermediate Bike Maintenance #1 - Gears and Brakes session is for riders who feel comfortable with the basics of bike care, but would like to learn more about servicing their bike and become more independent. “During the course participants will learn and practice the skills required to confidently repair, replace and adjust brakes and gears; with a chance to ask those questions a bike mechanic never has the time to answer,” Mr Izzard said. “The course aims to enable riders to feel confident in making adjustments whilst on the trail or to perform the all important pre-trip tune up to ensure a perfect ride every time.” Bookings are essential as places are strictly limited to 10 people per course.
To register provide your name, mobile number and email address to: firstname.lastname@example.org. au or call (08)8721 2528. Participants will receive a free tyre repair kit on the day. For further information about the courses visit the Bike SA website: https://www.bikesa.asn.au/ learncourses/bike-maintenance/ Basic Bike Care Saturday, December 12 9am to 12pm Sunday, December 13 9.30am to 12.30pm Intermediate Bike Maintenance #1 - Gears and Brakes Saturday, December 12 1pm to 4pm ALL SESSIONS HELD AT: Mount Gambier Library multifunction room
The dog that loves a story
The ultimate volunteer reading companion
If you see a couple checking out your hound down the main street, it could be Des and Christine Schwarz on the hunt for Mount Gambier’s next Storydog team. “We see a nice dog walking down the street and think, now that would be a good one,” Des says with a laugh. The couple, along with their Labrador Retriever Ben, became South Australia’s first Storydogs team in 2016 and as coordinators of the Limestone Coast team, are in charge of recruiting friendly canines. The program aims to encourage literacy by putting the fun back into reading for children. Every week during school term, the trio settle down in the library with a good book, a bag of treats and a big smile to await their student charges. On a Tuesday morning at St Martin’s Lutheran College, sevenyear-old Harley is sitting on floor reading a story book to Ben, who thumps his tail on the floor with appreciation. “Our job is to make books and reading enjoyable and pleasurable,” explains Des. “Ben doesn’t judge, he doesn’t laugh or jeer at them when they get a word wrong or can’t finish the page.” Over the five years they’ve been involved with the program, the Schwarzs’ estimate they have helped more than 30 children rediscover the joy of reading. “Some start off with very basic books with three words a page and by the end of the year, they’re reading Star Wars,” says Des. “Poor reading habits can be environmental or cultural and they
“...our job is not to teach them anything, just to make it enjoyable to open up a book...” Des Schwarz get to hate reading in front of the class. “Our job is not to teach them anything, just to make it enjoyable to open up a book.” Kitted out in his bright orange vest, it’s clear Ben enjoys the reading sessions as much as the children do. “There’s something that a dog activates in a kid. “No one can go past Ben without giving him a pat. “He just looks at a kid and his tail wags,” says Des. It takes a certain kind of volunteer to wear the Storydog colours and potential canine candidates are put through a rigorous selection process to ensure they are up to the job. It’s not just “sit” and “stay” but sudden noises and the infamous children’s lunchbox test. For obvious reasons, a dog that scarfs sandwiches from little hands is considered not suitable for the program. Nationally, Storydogs helps around 2,500 students in 321 schools and has six teams based in the Limestone Coast.
“...there’s something that a dog activates in a kid. No one can go past Ben without giving him a pat. He just looks at a kid and his tail wags...” Des Schwarz
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At less than two hours a week, it’s a small time commitment for the Schwarzs, who say it’s all about making an impact in their community. Giving their time to help out when they can has always been an important part of their life, according to Des. “Your volunteering is an act of love and love is giving,” he says. “Volunteering makes the world go around – it’s an essential part of life.” “I think it’s important to pass on skills that you have yourself,” Christine adds.
“...volunteering makes the world go around – it’s an essential part of life...” Christine Schwarz “It’s giving of your time and yourself. “As a child growing up, we always had books around and I always enjoyed reading. “We get to know six children a year and see them every week. We might improve their reading by 5 per cent or 100 per cent. “Years down the track, we might meet Harley down the street and he might say ‘you changed my life’.” For more information about the Storydogs program, visit https:// www.storydogs.org.au/.
View the full Volunteers Unearthed series at www.lcvolunteers.com.au/stories (Photos & words by Kate Hill). The Limestone Coast Volunteer Service can help you make a difference by matching your skills and time to great opportunities close to your heart and home. There’s a volunteer in all of us! Contact Caroline Menzel, volunteer co-ordinator: Ph (08) 8760 1100
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Seaside fun in the sun Delayed project moving full steam ahead There is action aplenty on the Port MacDonnell foreshore as Stage 2 of the Waterfront Project ramps up. Original timelines had the project ready for a summer unveiling but COVID put paid to that plan. Contractosrs and council officials, though, have worked overtime to come up with a plan that will see minimal disruption to the summer fun for visitors and locals alike. Completion of Stage 2 looms as a raft of significant work is being undertaken along the foreshore, including the start of civil works with excavation and removal of some of the sea wall at Standish Street. Electrical and water connections are also being trenched in and before the end of this month all the concreting will be completed in both areas. Shelters are also on the hitlist with one Sea Parade shelter being removed and the remaining two being restored and upgraded. Once completed, visitors will have three shelters in the immediate vicinity of the playground to use; one in the playground, one adjacent to the playground, which is disability friendly, and the existing four-way green shelter will remain as is. The Waterfront Project is also committed to acknowledging the
history of the seaside town and Artefacts and historical items from the Standish Street area are being stored by the District Council of Grant and will be relocated to a new space near Tenterden Reserve sometime in the future, where a new memorial space will be established recognising those lost at sea. There is playground equipment being repurposed for other areas of the district, after a safety audit is completed, with the little boat in the current playground set to be renovated and installed in the new playground, along with relocation of the Liberty swing from Lions Park. Mayor Richard Sage was thrilled to see the project continue to take shape. “The project has been delayed as a result of COVID-19 and unfortunately council are running three months behind the original schedule, which has pushed the completion date out to end of March 2021,” he said. “Staff have worked with Gambier Earth Movers to prepare a well thought
out construction schedule that allows for continued use of the existing playground through summer and poses little disruption to the foreshore over the next three months. As a council we are excited to see the vision of the local youth come to life and it will be a great project to start 2021.” For more information people can visit the Port MacDonnell Community Complex where a permanent display is set up for this project or visit https://yoursaydcg. com.au/stage-2-waterfrontproject-port-macdonnell for updates or to make a comment on this project. The Waterfront Stage 2 has a $865,000 price tag with the foreshore redevelopment supported by the District Council of Grant and the Department for Infrastructure and Transport.
Historic sighting in Canunda National Park One of the oldest known pied oystercatchers in southern Australia has been sighted just north of Carpenter Rocks in Canunda National Park during volunteer biennial monitoring this week. Known by its band number, H9, is more than 32 years old and is still part of a breeding pair, successfully hatching a chick this year. H9 was first banded by volunteers from the Victorian Wader Study Group when it was at least two years old in 1990 at Barry Beach to the east of Wilsons’ Promontory in Victoria. Limestone Coast district ranger Ross Anderson said ongoing monitoring of coastal bird populations by the Friends of Shorebirds SE volunteer group had been highly valuable in contributing to National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia’s (NPWSSA) understanding of these species. He said it was very important that visitors avoided driving on beaches during the breeding season, which ran from midNovember to February. “Unfortunately the nests and chicks are subject to a number of threats such as predation by foxes, disturbance by dogs and use of vehicles on the beach,” he said. “Chicks have been known to use vehicle tracks to get cover from wind on beaches making them more
susceptible to being run over. If you do drive on a beach keep to the wet sand and do not drive above the high tide water mark, or in coastal vegetation on the foredunes, where birds may nest. Also while driving ensure you take care to go slowly and keep an eye out for chicks and eggs. It’s also important for dogs to be left at home when visiting national parks and conservation parks and kept on a lead at beaches where they are allowed.” Ross said it was difficult to distinguish whether a pied oystercatcher was a male or female, with both of equal size and colouring, which is why H9’s sex was unknown. “It’s quite common for resident birds, such as pied oystercatchers, to move some distance until they find a territory they decide to stay in,” he said. “Pied oystercatchers are territorial during their breeding season, but then during autumn they will gather in large flocks. They do tend to mate for life, but as H9’s partner is untagged it’s assumed to be the same bird but this is unknown. I have personally seen H9 a number of times during the past 10 years when undertaking bird surveys from Carpenter Rocks to Southend. It has been known to inhabit this area since as early as 1999.”
The science of success New Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre initiative secures debut performance for local band The name is all about physics but the band is all about chemistry. A group of four music lovers are set to make their stage debut this Saturday at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, alongside the other headline act, 2019 One Night Stand local act Chelsea Manor, at the theatre’s inaugural Live & Local program that will see a live audience as well as streaming the event. Higgs Field is the band – a progressive rock quartet which includes Kyle Gleed, Liam Brown, Dylan Leggett and Bradley Frost. Self confessed science and space aficionados, Liam is the man behind the physics inspired name, which in layman’s terms refers to the surrounding area that holds atoms together, an imaginary field which they discovered gives density to matter, it’s the reason everything exists. And while you ponder the intricacies of the band name, what makes Higgs Field special is the chemistry – the relationship between the four. Kyle and Liam wrote the band’s first song in Kyle’s shed in a very short space of time and for the most part, it has been a simple and organic process ever since. “We basically run it that everyone does their own thing and if it works, it works and if it doesn’t we try something else,” Liam said. “Everyone has a bit of input. We are all really close mates and every time we get together we have a great time. Sometimes we spend more time talking rubbish than actually playing music.” But they did play music, normally building their songs from a interesting guitar or bass riff. “We vibe off each other at the end of the day,” Liam said. “Because we don’t have a main songwriter and there are no egos, writing songs together just feels easy.” Liam and Kyle started the band in August 2018 – the class mates from Mount Gambier High School reconnecting over a shared passion to create music and for it
to be something different. “We were on the same page,” Kyle said. “We sit somewhere between progressive rock and metal. The region was full of amazing bands doing metal or punk and we just wanted to do something different.” Kyle has a background in screaming metal bands and all four guys have had, and in some cases, still have, other music projects outside of Higgs Field, but that is clearly where they are creating and now, this Saturday night, performing the mind of music they all crave. Employment consultant Kyle plays bass, You Tuber Dylan provides vocals and guitar, youth worker Liam on guitar and vocals and plumber Bradley on drums with all four are part of the song writing process. And with COVID and no opportunities for gigs, song writing has been the focus, and that’s why Higgs Field will be releasing their debut EP, Paracusia , complete with seven of their best songs, on New Year’s Day. Aside from recording the drum track in the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre – it needed specialist microphones – the remainder of the EP was recorded and produced in Dylan’s bedroom. Having a band member with his own You Tube channel having its perks when it came to putting together their sound and who better to know what the Higgs Field sound should be, than a band member. “We think the standard he got it to was probably better than a professional – it was perfect,” Liam said. And to now have the opportunity to showcase their work prior to the EP dropping and sharing the stage with good friends Chelsea Manor is a dream come true. “When Frank (Morello – theatre manager) approached me about being part of this new idea, Live & Local, I couldn’t believe it,” Kyle said. “After working at the theatre
“...to be honest we couldn’t ask for a better first gig ...” Kyle Gleed for 10 years and working on that stage countless hours and thinking I would love to play on this stage, it was almost too good to be true to finally have the opportunity.” Kyle admits it is a weird feeling. He is excited his band Higgs Field will debut on the theatre stage he has called home for so long, alongside a band of their good mates, while Chelsea Manor’s debut gig was at the 2019 One Night Stand in Lucindale, sharing the stage with the Hilltop Hoods, Ocean Alley and G Flip. “To be honest we couldn’t ask for a better first gig,” Kyle said. The main thing is, live music is back, and Higgs Field is about to start a journey they hope will eventually take them around Australia and even internationally. Thanks to the hard work of unofficial marketing manager Liam, the band has already earned some airplay on a raft of community radio stations, including Japan and the United States. He has also got the band on the radar of music publications and bloggers and there is some publicity coming their way through those avenues as well.
Show society creates festive market It is a first for the Mount Gambier Showgrounds and officials are excited to be hosted a Twlilight Market this Friday from 4-9pm and backin up on Saturday from 11am until 4pm. It looms as an inrivalled opportunity to knock some of that Christmas shopping on the head with 12 outdoor vendors and 30 inside as local businesses and artisans show their wares. There will also be plenty of on site catering to fuel your shopping spree. Given markets across the region have not bee up and running in the main, this is an ideal opportunity for those who perhaps used to frequent the Rotary Market or the Mount Gambier Library Markets to get thier fix of unique shopping and the chance to talk to the creators themselves. Mount Gambier Show Society president Danielle Tulak said the event was about locals supporting locals. “Everyone’s struggling and haven’t been able to get the exposure they need so we thought this was a great opportunity,” she said. “We rarely run events ourselves so this has been challenging but fun and just like we want locals to support us, this shows we are also all about supporting locals.”
“We would love to start with a mini tour, gigging in Adelaide and Melbourne and a couple of spots in between,” Liam said. “To this stage all we’ve done is perform in a shed, playing for our mates.” “The end goal is definitely to tour Australia,” Kyle said. They also want to continue writing so they can follow up their EP with an album. “We hope the EP will get us more gig opportunities so we can play in front of more people and really showcase our music and we could then release the album to more hype,” Kyle said. Higgs Field debut single The Source dropped on November 19 and single number two will drop this Friday, just before the boys hit the stage. If you are craving the live music experience tickets are still available for Saturday night’s inaugural Live & Local event, with the theatre also proud of thinking outside the square and developing an opportunity for performers during a time when there was uncertainty as to if and when audiences would be back on the menu. “Considerable time was spent
during the venue’s closure developing a framework around the program to ensure it was sustainable and achieved our aims,” Mr Morello said “We were keen to provide a professional opportunity for regional artists to showcase their creative talents in front of a live audience on the Helpmann stage.” As part of the program, artists are remunerated for their performances and involved in all facets of the production, from ticketing and marketing to promotional shoots and technical discussions. The event will also be professionally livestreamed to the Sir Robert Helpmann Facebook page. “We want our artists to succeed and enjoy the experience, so it’s really important that we work closely together to produce the best event we can,” Mr Morello said. “There are so many talented artists creating new work in our own backyard, and it’s great to shine a spotlight on them for a moment.” Visit www.countryarts.org.au for more information and to book your tickets and don’t forget to head to your favourite streaming service to download Higgs Field first two singles.
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Road safety campaign returns Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation and Limestone Coast Local Government Association (LCLGA) will join forces again in 2020 to reduce child pedestrian injuries and fatalities across the region. Motorists will again notice the Holiday Time; Slow Down, Kids Around signage erected around the region at beaches, parks and other busy recreational locations, urging people to slow down and take extra care on our roads during the holiday period. LCLGA President Mayor Erika Vickery said school holiday periods created a surge in the number of children using local roads and paths. “Holiday Time; Slow Down, Kids Around is a highly visible and timely reminder about the importance of road safety, for both residents and visitors to be more aware of the increase in pedestrian activity in our area,” Mayor Vickery said.“With more kids around it’s really important for all motorists to stay aware and vigilant on the road. Kids can react impulsively and forget about road safety. That is why the Holiday Time campaign is so important. It puts the onus on drivers, parents and carers to recognise the potential danger in busy holiday spots and take extra precautions to ensure our kids are kept safe.” Michelle and David McLaughlin, who founded Little Blue Dinosaur, now channel their energy into making school holidays safer for children. “Tragically, BITRE data reveals that since January 2014 till August 2020, 391 children, including our son Tom, have lost their lives to road trauma,” Michelle said. “Further, The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare indicates that the most common cause of death of children aged 1-14 years is road trauma. “Holiday destinations will be even busier this year due to COVID-19 travel restrictions. “For children and their families, these new environments are most often new and unfamiliar. We lost our precious son, Tom in the blink of an eye. “We don’t want this to happen to anyone else. The cost is just too high. That’s why the Holiday Time, Slow Down Kids Around message is so important.” Michelle said Little Blue Dinosaur was excited to be working with LCLGA again in 2020. The campaign is now supported by 65 councils across four States in Australia. Little Blue Dinosaur is also pleased to announce that Michelle has written a beautiful book around Child Pedestrian Road Safety called “Tom’s Holiday.” The colourful book has been especially written and designed for both children, parents and their carers to provide detailed lifesaving road safety tips and education particularly around busy holiday periods. For more information about the Hold My Hand Campaign or “Tom’s Holiday,” please visit the Little Blue Dinosaur Foundation.
In the Garden By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant
Wow, what a year and certainly one most will want to erase from their heads. Christmas, as we always say has come up way too soon but this year I think we have a reasonable excuse. For many its been a hard year and others have been ok, fortunately the madness of gardening during COVID sent us into a spin the minute we reopened after new year both in our retail nursery here in Mount Gambier and our online sales have been off the chart as well as Black Friday Sales it simply has not stopped for us this year. The whole team are looking forward to a well earned break but before all that happens we have to get through the most important time of the year on the retail calendar and that has doubled our workloads with more and more stock arriving daily and filling the Old Potting Shed Gift Shop up as well as the nursery, which is packed with stunning plants from hydrangeas to Christmas trees to citrus trees in full fruit and so on. Gardenarium has seized the opportunity to introduce a wider range expanding its range of Christmas gift ideas from those associated with and around the gardening scene to covering all aspects of Christmas gift ideas for all members of the family. The opening of the Old Potting Shed Gift Shop within the nursery some years ago has brought about a light airy nook in which you will find an array of unusual gift ideas. Despite the lack of travelling this year to source our new ranges we have sourced a pretty good range thanks to technology so we still have unique and unusual gift ideas, focussing on small batches of unusual offerings as well as continuing our search from under developed countries and offering their inhabitants the opportunity to improve their living conditions. (See some of what’s on offer on the facing page) but you really do need to call in with our preChrismas sale in full swing with up to 70% off and around only three weeks to go, time is getting away. Live Christmas tree pre-orders are very strong again this year and we are nearly sold out of some varieties in certain sizes. Wollemi Pines are well and truly back as a Christmas tree or indeed gift for that hard to buy for someone who loves a living fossil (and no I don’t mean Dame Edna). Orders for all our Christmas type trees are rolling in well from the multitude of Poms, Brits, Americans, Europeans, Canadians, South Africans and many more who love their traditional, real Christmas trees. Ordering NOW, for pick up closer to Christmas, is advised, as we always seem to sell out quickly with only a limited number we can grow. In the pre Christmas Sale we have wall plaques and wall art for both indoor and out, Burgon & Ball quality British gardening tools, topiary frames, their indispensable watering can of all watering cans and and children’s tools, right through to fruit trees, berries and ornamental trees, and then on to quality outdoor furniture settings, bar chairs and tables and, as ever, a whole new range of outdoor
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• Located only metres to North Gambier Primary School and Acacia Kindergarten.
• Conveniently positioned circa 1890 rail cottage tastefully renovated.
• Lounge with slow combustion heating, ceiling fan and split system.
• Bright kitchen offers electric cooking and large windows overlooking rear yard.
• Recent renovations to kitchen and bathroom.
• Ultimate location literally on The Rail Lands and Rail Trail Walking and Cycling Path.
• Bright open plan kitchen/dining with good cupboard space and electric cooking.
• Master bedroom with large walk-in robe. 2 & 3 with built-in robes.
• Timber floating flooring through traffic areas.
• Quaint cottage successfully ran as Airbnb.
• Lounge with split system and ceiling fan.
• Easy care floor plan with versatility to create a third bedroom.
• Family room at the rear of the home offering additional living space. • Updated bathroom with separate shower, and spa bath.
• Large approx. 681m2 allotment offering endless opportunities for further extension/ outdoor entertaining.
• Two drive ways to house additional vehicles including caravan.
• All three bedrooms with built in robes. • Separate teenager retreat lined, carpet & power. • Semi enclosed outdoor entertaining space. • Secure and low maintenance rear yard.
• Well-designed bathroom provides true tranquil setting. • Shared drive with easy access to a deep rear yard, offers single garage.
• Under cover pergola at the side of the home.
• Spacious single stone garage with additional separate workshop/ office space.
• Established lawns and garden in secure yard.
• Freshly painted throughout.
• Single stone garage with electric roller door and space for workshop area.
7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 0500 www.herbertcommercial.com.au 2/6 Daniel Street, Mount Gambier
123 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier
1/15 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier
6 Fairlane Drive, Mount Gambier
• High profile allotment
• Retail space of approx 150m2
• Large shed in Western Industrial Precinct
• Land area of approx 1683m2
• Air-conditioning and heating
• Office and reception area, lunch room and amenities
• Building area of approx 390m2
• Ample on-site carparking
• Securely fenced common yard on Eastern side
• In conjunction with Key 2 Sale Real Estate
• Walking distance to the new Coles/Aldi development
• Plenty of parking at front of shed
$45,000 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS
$37,500 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS
$46,500 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS
VALUE FOR MONEY! 4 Daniel Street, Mount Gambier
• With solid construction, modern updates and a great location nearby popular schools, 4 Daniel Street in Mount Gambier offers a fantastic property with exceptional value for money. • The living space includes slow combustion heating, reverse cycle air conditioning and ceiling fan to keep you comfortable all year round. Three carpeted bedrooms all include built in robes. • At the rear of the home a western facing, elevated pergola overlooks private, secure and low maintenance rear yards where you'll soak up plenty of sun whilst entertaining! With rear yard access through the garage under main roof. Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363
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$248,000 - $258,000
Deon Howell 0419 037 896
NEW | $269,000 - $279,000
14 Sim St, Mt Gambier
4 2 2
SOLID STARTER! 3 Sinclair Street, Mount Gambier • Situated a short distance from the CBD of Mount Gambier as well as The Marketplace shopping complex, 3 Sinclair Street offers a solid and tidy 3+ bedroom home that could suit a first home buyer, downsizer or investor alike. • Recent updates to flooring and freshly painted throughout, this home is move in ready whilst still offering opportunity to add your own personal touches. • Cozy north facing lounge with reverse cycle air condition and slow combustion heating.
4 2 2
15 Redwood Ave, Mt Gambier
WHY BUILD - WHEN IT'S ALL RIGHT HERE! 12 Buffalo Crescent, Mount Gambier
Damian Venn 0438 904 771
NEW | $255,000 - $260,000
3 1 2
Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363
• The master suite offers a gorgeous feature wall, walk-in robe and contemporary ensuite complete with shower, his/hers vanity and separate toilet. • The flexible floor plan includes spacious kitchen/living/ dining space which leads through to the North facing alfresco entertaining area with stylish polished concrete floor and double glazed windows. • The stylish kitchen features 4 burner gas cook-top and electric oven, double sink, large pantry and loads of drawers and bench space. Damian Venn 0438 904 771
NEW | $419,000 - $439,000
3 1 2
SPRINGVIEW ESTATE STAGE 7B
4 2 2
Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363
8 Illawong Dr, Mt Gambier
• Arguably Mount Gambier’s most popular residential subdivision. • Conveniently located North/West of Mount Gambier offering 18 new residential allotments to have brand new access off O’Leary Road. • All allotments will include power, water, town sewer, NBN & colourbond fencing both sides and rear. • Highly sought after, naturally flat allotments offering space, utilities and location. • Titles expected mid 2021 speak to Damian now about securing your dream allotment now.
$110,000 - $115,000
Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363
15 Laffer St, Nangwarry
NEW | Priced From $135,000
1 1 2
Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363
193 Swaffers Rd, Mt Schank
3 1 2
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DEON HOWELL 0419 037 896
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PAM KNIBBS 8726 4400
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Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | email@example.com | www.gtlivestock.com.au 344 CAROLINE ROAD, YAHL W E N
4 FAIRWAY COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
H & B OFFERS BY 12 NOON 8TH JAN (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR)
4 2 4
ULTIMATE FAMILY LIVING WITH A GOLF COURSE AT YOUR BACK DOOR
Grand, generous, appealing, family & fun are all words that come to mind as you approach this magnificent, solid family home. Expansive 4134m2 allotment surrounded with well established trees and hedges for protection and privacy and a bitumen driveway right to the front door. Open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking, impressive breakfast bar, walk-in pantry & dishwasher. Overlooks the dining & expansive living area with doors opening to the fully enclosed entertaining area combining inside and out for the ultimate entertaining experience. 4 bedroom, main with WIR and double ensuite, BIR in two of the remaining 3 bedrooms, main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity & separate toilet. Main bathroom with shower, bath and vanity, separate toilet & large laundry with built in cupboards. Second living area currently used as an office, would easily convert to a fifth bedroom. The bar/rumpus room currently utilised for entertaining and eightball and fitted with the plumbing for a third bathroom opening up the opportunity for an attached granny flat, parents retreat or even the visitors wing. Outside features include a double car garage with remote roller doors, internal access and access to the under-house storage area with also a second detached double car garage down the side of the home. Rainwater plumbed to the home.
$890,000 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.
6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER
UNIT 2/18 LEE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
ALL OFFERS INVITED
3 1 3
3 1 1
TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY
This spacious family home is conveniently located within walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School, is situated on a 643 m2 Allotment and offers spacious family living. Comprising three bedrooms, two with built in Robes, a generous lounge area with slow combustion wood heating and a reverse cycle split system for your convenience, kitchen with pantry, double sink and a breakfast bar overlooking the dining area, large bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, even the toilet is spacious! Outside features include a single car garage with a remote roller door, a garden shed, an undercover BBQ area and with the addition of 1 small gate the rear yard will be secure and offer the perfect space for the kids and pets to enjoy.
3 2 2
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 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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.
5-7 KENNEDY AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER
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Call for your rental appraisal today!
$670,000 GRAND FAMILY LIVING
5 4 4
Generous sized kitchen with butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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.
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier
www.gebhardts.com.au Phone 08 8725 5766 RLA 1903
2/3 Henty Street
92 Suttontown Road
$245,000 2 1 1 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.
A wonderful lifestyle awaits. Spacious and updated family home, big on space, entertainment and shedding over an acre of land with 2 street access. This home is “one with the lot”.
110 Bertha Street
139 Cafpirco Road, Compton
106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
SAT 11.00-11.30 2
Be the envy of your friends. Stunning 1930’s Spanish mission style home in premier location. Absolute quality throughout, designer kitchen, relaxing pool & outdoor entertaining. A short walk to shops, Blue Lake & city centre. Spoil yourself!
22 Lansell Street
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!
$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!
Circa 1890’s dolomite fronted home set on approximately 1ha. Stunning views of the mountain with plenty of potential. Spacious living and bedrooms, updated kitchen with country outlook. Amazing opportunity to make it your own.
47 St Andrews Drive
6 Eyre Court
157 Bay Road
SAT 11.45-12.15 4
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.
1 Margaret Street
$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!
Beautifully presented and spacious family home. Tastefully decorated with functional floorplan. Fantastic detached high clearance garage with great access. Built 2014 and popular location – you won’t buy better.
Perfect Pix Photobooth
$495,000 + GST 7 2 10+ X2 separate offices located on a large allotment of approx 1,336m2 with HUGE easy off street parking. Both buildings with separate amenities including power, gas, water & security systems.
BE YOUR OWN BOSS!
Popular photobooth business established approximately 5 years ago with an extensive social media following. Amazing opportunity to start and run your own business. Flexibility to do on the side of full time work.
3004/3 Lakes Appartments
$249,000 2 2 2 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.
Gebhardts Property Management
$200 pw | Available 11/12
11 Felicia Street
$310 pw | Available 8/1
6 Davis Crescent
$380 pw | Available 22/12
12 Anzac Street
$390 pw | Available NOW
$249,000 3 1 1 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.
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier www.gebhardts.com.au
1/84 Bay Road
1/84 Bay Road
23 Percy St / 12-14 Alexander St
33 Acacia Street
11 Felicia Street
$200 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, one with robes • Separate kitchen • Lounge with gas heating • Dining area • New bathroom • Lock up garage • No pets
$575,000 3 1 1+ Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms (currently leased), office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available.
Apply online www.tenantoptions.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org Ph 8724 8088
$310 pw 3 2 3 • 3 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite • BIR in bedrooms 2 & 3 • Separate office • Formal dining, separate lounge & family room • Gas log fire & R/C air con • Single garage + double carport • Undercover entertaining area • No pets
6 Davis Crescent
$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
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
13 Coral Court
Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766
Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085
14 Kuhl Drive, Racecourse Bay
Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766
30 Umpherston Street
UNDER T CONTRAC 3
Located in a quiet cul-de-sac is this beautifully presented family home. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with split system. Generous master bedroom with built ins plus walk in robe and ensuite.
16 Montebello Drive
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.
21 Sturt Street
3A Gebhardt Close
$349,000 + GST
33 Wyatt Street
12 Anzac Street
2/2 James Street
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! 1/11 Millard Street
$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.
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!
$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
103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell
$399,000-$429,000 2 2 1 The ultimate inner city home. Torrens title homette, modern design and low maintenance living at its best. Walk to the city centre – restaurants and parklands. Perfect for the retiree wanting to lock and leave.
$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. 93-101 Commercial Street West
$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.
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.
2/13 Gordon Street
18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong
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.
$249,500 3 1 1 Well presented and maintained home that is sure to appeal. Fantastic investment or first home on low maintenance easy care allotment. Two street access with room for boat, caravan and cars.
Lovely three bedroom family home, just a stone throw away from the beach. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with slow combustion fire. Detached double garage with concrete floor and power.
78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell
$134,500 2 1 1 Nestled at the rear of a quiet complex of only three units, is this spacious property. An ideal investment or great start for the first home buyer.
32 Commercial Street West
2/2 James Street
$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
32 Commercial Street West
78B Sea Parade Pt MacDonnell
94 Commercial Street East
Avail NOW Commercial • Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 98.16 m2 • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1200.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings, all offers considered
Avail NOW Commercial • Prominent seafront location overlooking boat ramp and car park • Modern and well fitted store • Large floor area, flexible layout • Opportunity for a diverse range of business • Longterm lease available • 177 sqm floor area • POA
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
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Sale 3 Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell $799,000 - $819,000 Open by appointment
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37 Emily Street, Millicent $489,000 - $509,000 Open by appointment
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Price Attack, Mt Gambier $220,000 + Stock Open by appointment
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9 Wattle Street, Mt Gambier $589,000 - $599,000 Open by appointment
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Sale 1 Carey Court, Mt Gambier $139,000 - $149,000 Open by appointment
Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 email@example.com raywhitemtgambier.com.au RLA 291953
4 Eagle Court, Worrolong. Highest & Best Offers by Mon 11th Jan 2021 (Unless sold prior) 4+ 2+ Open by appointment
Located in close proximity to Mount Gambier Marketplace and the CBD. Open plan living room, kitchen and dining area with timber floorboards, large windows and combustion fireplace. Living/family room features RCAC. The kitchen offers ample cupboard & bench space, gas oven & cooktop, double sink, d/washer and corner pantry. Master bedroom offers a WIR and ensuite. The home study or activity room provides an opportunity to accommodate guests or work from home pursuits. Remaining three double bedrooms all offer BIR robes. The property has multiple large rainwater tanks and a row of trees separating the main house from a granny flat (accessed from a separate second driveway). This space is equipped with a modern bathroom, kitchenette with gas cooking, a dining and lounge area with a studio style double bedroom and laundry.
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RLA 282 450
2/3 Locke Street, Mount Gambier
1 Myall Street, Mount Gambier
NEW > TWO BEDROOM UNIT – CENTRAL LOCATION
NEW > GREAT 1ST HOME BUYER OR INVESTMENT
Why pay rent when you can own this delightful two bedroom unit, positioned in a fantastic central location. Features include open plan lounge/kitchen with gas heating, a/c unit & ceiling fan. Kitchen with gas cooking and pantry. Both bedrooms with robes, bathroom with shower and toilet and a separate practical laundry. Instant gas hot water system. A wellmaintained unit ideal for those wanting the space of a small house and a low maintenance exterior. A great property to add to the investment portfolio.
Exceptionally well presented 3 bedroom Mt Gambier stone home, located on the North-West side of the city, ready for the 1st home buyer or to start your investment portfolio. Features include versatile floor plan offering 2 living areas or possible 4th bedroom, main bedroom with BIR, updated kitchen/dining area with dishwasher & 900mm gas upright cooker, adjoining cosy lounge with gas log fire, large bathroom with bath, shower, vanity plus separate toilet and large laundry. Outside features include paved entertaining area with views to Centenary Tower, detached stone garage with undercover storage area and a lovely secure yard with plenty of off street parking, ideal for the boat or caravan.
$119,900 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
$249,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
NEW 7 FAIRWAY CRT, WORROLONG
51 BUCK RD, MOORAK
3 1 2
$349,000-$379,000 NEW PRICE
Expressions of Interest closing Friday 18th December at 12noon (if not sold prior) – Sitting on the highest peak in Oranivale Estate, it’s hard not to feel on top of the world – Magnificent landscaped gardens surround the 58 square home – Intuitive floor plan is divided into 2 wings and is designed to take in the sweeping Southerly views over Mt Gambier – Both sections of the home have their own DBL garage with one larger in length to accommodate a 5th vehicle – So many extra features such as ducted r/c heating & cooling throughout, 5kW of Solar, ducted vacuum, rain and bore water with irrigation system in the garden, this outstanding luxury property has it all! Gail Richards 0409 268 199
5 3 5
NEW 90B PELICAN POINT RD, CARPENTERS ROCKS E.O.I
4 2 2
- 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! Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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NEW 11 JACKWAY ST, BLACKFELLOWS CAVES $129,000
NEW 45 WILLOW AVE, MT GAMBIER $799,000-$869,000
- Delightful seaside village with boat ramp and public amenities - Approximately 1,015m2 allotment - Sea views from the rear of the block, increased with elevation - Unequipped bore with power connected - Substandard dwelling situated on the land, could be renovated or demolished
- Truly an amazing entertainer’s paradise with 5 well equipped roomy bedrooms - Extras include tennis court, in-ground pool, alfresco lounge and poolside kitchen - 5 bright, airy and spacious living areas with scenic views from the upper level - Huge shed and carport, ducted heating and cooling, solar system and rainwater tanks
- Expressions of Interest closing Monday 21st December 2020 at 12noon (if not sold prior) - Seafront properties with direct beach access rarely come to market! - Offering amazing views plus an open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge with r/c split air-con, versatile floor plan with 3 bedrooms or 2 bedrooms & 2 living areas, beautiful North facing pergola area 3 1 3 $550,000-$580,000
- Nelson Cottage is an iconic property offering B&B accommodation and the opportunity to live and work from home - Providing a total of 6 guest bedrooms, the property can accommodate up to 15 people - Stunning outlook across garden to the estuary - The owners’ residence includes 2 bedrooms, ensuite bathroom, wood heated lounge & Blackwood kitchen Gail Richards 0409 268 199
22 KELLETT ST, NELSON
NEW 95 SEA PDE, PT MACDONNELL $419,000-$449,000
- 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
5 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER $429,000-$459,000
Al Lamond 0418 849 266
A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au
- Perfectly positioned overlooking the Southern Ocean, offering the ultimate coastal escape ready for you to move in! - With amazing, sweeping views of the ocean and a versatile floor plan that will comfortably accommodate large families or groups - You can also relax in the privacy of the North-facing backyard with your very own elevated deck! Al Lamond 0418 849 266 7 HOLLOWAY ST, DONOVANS
- Quiet cul-de-sac with elevated views - Situated close to the Glenelg River - Bitumen road frontage & power connected - Build your dream home or holiday retreat and relax by the river - Get ready for fishing
Al Lamond 0418 849 266
Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LOT 2/23 CRAFTER RD, COMPTON
3 1 1 $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
Al Lamond 0419 849 266 LOT 1 MT PERCY RD, COMPTON
6 5 6 $185,000
- 5025m2 country living allotment with beautiful outlook - Power & SA Water to be connected - Price includes rural style post and wire fencing to be completed at settlement - Fantastic location on the city fringe, close to Tenison Woods College & Malseed Park Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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
4 Ashby Drive, Nene Valley
Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416
Sue Clements CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416
Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416
46 Ascott Way, Suttontown
NEW > ABSOLUTE BEACHFRONT!!
NEW > COUNTRY MASTERPIECE ON CITY FRINGE
Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 11th January 2021 at 12 Noon (If not sold prior) Arriving at this property marks the beginning of a journey of discovery, and that journey starts in the breathtaking grounds. They offer a space to wander, to relax under the shade of the golden elms, to take in the blooming roses or to simply enjoy the visual bounties of nature. Once inside the high ceilings, abundance of natural light and free-flowing floorplan further enhance the high-end fixtures and appliances throughout. A huge undercover pergola area and multiple living spaces are standout features of this home. This private and secluded sanctuary, easily accessed, just a five-minute drive from Mount Gambier, is a true one-of-a-kind.
The Openn Negotiation is underway (online auction with flexible terms for qualified buyers) and the property can sell as early as tomorrow - Final Bidding Stage Monday 11th January 2021 at 6pm (if not sold prior). Contact the Agent immediately to become qualified and avoid disappointment! This two year old home literally has the beach at your front door and comes completely furnished to allow you to just unpack your suit case and enjoy. Created to be a private escape, the home was designed to take in the sea views, with the living room having large glass sliding doors to look out at the ever-changing ocean landscape. Securely fenced yard with brand new timber fence and wide gates for caravan, motor home or boat. FOR SALE BY Openn Negotiation Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW 21 WERONA ST, MT GAMBIER $239,000-$249,000
NEW 4001/7 LAKE TCE W, MT GAMBIER $425,000-$465,000
- Solid stone home offering separate lounge & family room plus a freshly painted dine-in kitchen - Three good sized bedrooms and updated bathroom - Featuring high ceilings and lovely timber flooring - Single garage is complete with concrete floor & power - Positioned in a great central location, within minutes of shops, schools and playground - Endless potential for investors or first home buyers 3 1 1
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NEW 6508 PORTLAND-NELSON RD, NELSON $330,000-$350,000
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- Beautifully renovated interior with stunning new kitchen/ dining/family space with beautiful outlook over the estuary - R/C Split System Air Conditioning - Single garage UMR plus rear yard access to detached garage with power - The perfect property to enjoy summer holidays fishing, bushwalking or just relaxing whilst taking the natural wonders Nelson has to offer!
- Get ready for Summer by the sea! - Spacious open plan living with s/c heating and unobstructed views of the ocean - Kitchen with dishwasher, pantry, gas cooktop & new electric oven - So much shedding – double garage as well as 52 ft x 30 ft 4 bay garage with 12 ft clearance for the caravan or boat!
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- Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Power & town water connected - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) - ONLY 2 ALLOTMENTS LEFT! Al Lamond 0418 849 266
11 KALIMNA CRES, MT GAMBIER $519,000-$549,000 NEW PRICE
- Light filled architecturally designed family home - Built to embrace the North facing aspect, the sense of space is amplified by cathedral ceilings and large windows - Mature gardens with stunning roses, pittosporum hedges, advanced trees and automated watering system - Exclusive access to the sugar loaf reserve and walking trails at the rear Gail Richards 0409 268 199 29 COMPTON ST, PT MAC
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- The avid fisherman or boat enthusiast will love the great shedding! - Inside the home offers 2 bedrooms, cosy lounge plus new flooring & freshly painted throughout, updated kitchen/meals area & revamped main bathroom - This home offers multiple living arrangements & is an appealing coastal getaway!! - All this just one street back from the beach & boat ramp Al Lamond 0418 849 266 2 CHUTE ST, MT GAMBIER
- Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a great central location - Walking distance to CBD, Vansittart Park and the Rail Lands Precinct - 429m2 allotment ready to build your new home (S.T.C.A.) - Take in the fabulous city views - Stone shed with power connected! Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
15 SILVERBROOK AVE, MT GAMBIER NEW PRICE
- Top level, spacious circular penthouse apartment that showcases spectacular panoramic views overlooking the lake city - Well-appointed kitchen boasting a generous amount of storage, granite counter tops, electric cooking complete with dishwasher - Enjoy the views outside on the wrap around balcony - Storage room located in the basement of the building Ben Ransom 0400 870 362
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- Highest & Best Offers closing Monday 14th December 2020 at 5pm (if not sold prior) - 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 Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 SHELLSEA CRT, PELICAN POINT
- Exciting land division in Pelican Point - Allotments ranging in size from 840m2 to 985m2 - Situated only 20 minutes’ drive from Mount Gambier – get ready for fishing! - Get in quick with some allotments offering new aerobic septic systems & one with shedding - Phone your builder today so you don’t miss your chance! Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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- 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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Solid stone home with two living areas Block of approx. 938m2 with rear yard access
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SOUTH EAST LIFESTYLE & FITNESS CENTRE
We’re about so much more than fitness New Mount Gambier gym offering a more peronsalised & private experience It is a fitness facility with a difference and Joy Ireland is definitely not your typical gym owner. Personal experience has led Joy to creating a more intimate, personal fitness experience and as a qualified life coach, Joy is about not just pumping iron and getting your heart rate up but about the support needed in a quiet, welcoming environment that has a focus on body positivity and ensuring inclusiveness, no matter your fitness level, gender or goals. “We just wanted to create a space, a gym for people that feel like they don’t fit or feel out of place anywhere else,” Joy said. South East Lifestyle and Fitness Centre caters for up to 10 people in the facility at any session with six cardio machines and a power rack that holds up to 200kg and
there is also some strong online components for members. “It was when our gym, where we felt really comfortable, closed, and we started looking around and realised there was a gap in the market for that private style fitness facility,” Joy said. “My mum went into a gym when she had worked hard to lose 40kg and felt ignored and intimidated and we realised there was a market for a gym where that personalised customer service is a priority and you are not just a number. We just realised if there wasn’t a place that felt like home and potentially other people felt like that as well. We want to support and encourage people and be a fitness centre for everyone.” Joy started working on her new fitness facility plans in April and secured the 20 Suttontown
Road facility at the beginning of November and the refurbishment is now ready for clients. You can simply book your spot in a class via the members app and that app also uploads a daily workout that you can tailor to your fitness needs. “If you are already in a strong fitness routine you can do more reps or lift heavier weights and if you are a beginner you can limit the reps and lower the weights, it is a workout that will literally work for everyone,” Joy said. Online group coaching is also available and while Joy is a qualified personal trainer, she is looking to utilise her life coaching skills just as much with a strong support network for her members, as well as incorporating guest speakers to provide information, whether in person or online, for
members on nutrition and mental health and all the other aspects of developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. “Exercise and fitness is only a percentage of what you need to do to be healthy and we want to help with all areas,” Joy said. “We want to provide the extra lifestyle
stuff that fits into health and well being.” And Joy knows how even rolling up to a gym to see if it is for you can be intimidating for some people, which is why she offers one hour, free one on one session where it is just you and Joy working out which machines work best for you and if this quaint, well lit, welcoming space is for you. Ironically it was when Joy was 15 that she first considered personal training as a career path but was put off by her own body image issues. “I was a big girl in my teens as well and I cared about what other people thought but when I hit my 30s I didn’t care what other people thought and I have opened this fitness facility and there is definitely a market there.”
PHOTOS COURTESY OF FAITH & FRANK MONGER
Grant High School graduation After having to cancel thjeir original graduation event due to lockdown, the students and staff rallied to celebrate a Year 12 to remember 1. Abby Egan, William Wright, Hugh Winterfield, Tyson Holden, Kaelan De Nys, Joel Ramsey, Mason Bartlett, Madison Revill, Jacob Hutchesson, Ryan Plummer, Isaac Parsons, Ben Medhurst, (front) Adam Todd & Connnor Little 2. Maddy Nisbet & Jennieva Burn 3. Emilee McNaughton, Sam Thompson & Shae-Leah Field 4. Mason Bartlett & Shakeira Hewson 5. The transformeds gym
6. Maddie Sage, Olivia Lamble, Cassie Sullivan, Caitlin White, Skye Robertson & Paige Clarke 7. Faith Rees & Kirsty McLean 8. Georgia Bald, Allende Camblor, Manon Finch, Faith Rees, Shakeira Hewson & Sam Thompson 9. Kelly Ryan & Monique Hille 10. Brayden Burston, Tyson Van Dyk, Roy Hutchesson & Rylan Ward 11. Paige Clarke & Allende Camblor 12. Susannah Durbidge
New plans for Millicent Christmas celebrations
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The Millicent Business Community Association (MBCA) has made the hard decision to cancel their planned Christmas event, Seasonal Cheer in the Square, due to concerns over the recent COVID-19 outbreak. Association chairperson Lee Morgan said that keeping the community safe was the primary concern of the committee, and that it was too risky to have a public event at this time. Seasonal Cheer in the Square was created to be a substitute event to the larger, annual Lights Up festival in the Domain, and was originally going to be held on December 18 from 6-9pm, with a crowd limit of 200-300 people. It was going to be held at the car park space between the Bargain Market and Foster’s Foodland, with social distancing protocols in place and COVID-19 marshals. “We were planning on dividing the carpark areas to ensure there were adequate social distancing requirements,” Mr Morgan said. “We were also organising catering by local restaurants and community groups, music, and a brief visit by Santa, driving by and waving to the children. However, the statewide lockdown meant more uncertainty in regards as to whether we could meet the COVID-19 safe requirements for public gatherings, so the committee took the logical, but difficult, to cancel the event.” Mr Morgan thanked the
local businesses who were supportive of the event, and the committee, with every member working hard to bring some Christmas cheer to the community. The Millicent Business Community Association has instead decided to support the Millicent Christmas Lights Spectacular: Business Light Display Competition, with businesses decorating their shop windows and being eligible to win cash prizes, with the best displays judged by votes from the community. The MBCA’s ‘Make Millicent Magnificent’ Christmas raffle is also underway, with books being printed and about to appear in participating stores. Through the raffle, there is the opportunity to win vouchers to be spent on local businesses worth hundreds of dollars. Mr Morgan said the committee are focusing on bringing the MBCA back stronger than ever in 2021. “In 2021 we intend to hold our tenth annual Outstanding Business Awards, continue the Millicent Mile event, revive Business at Sunset events, and to bring back the Lights Up Christmas event this time next year. “We also plan to pursue a number of business development initiatives so that Millicent and surrounding localities continue to recover from the challenges of 2020, and prosper in 2021.”
Blue Lake Carols goes virtual
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Saudi Arabia imports camels from Australia. This is because their own camels are bred for domestic purposes and racing, with the camels from Australia being used for the meat, which is considered a delicacy.
The Rail Lands might be silent this Sunday, when normally it would be filled with the community enjoying the annual carols event but Blue Lake Carols will still go ahead – online. The usual quality array of local talent will still bring in the festive season with stunning performances and you can enjoy it all from the comfort of your couch from 7.30pm. The list of performers Gabriel Strachan, Lilli Fulwood, Jordy Jones. Alison Newman & Emma Anderson, Louise Adams, Tamara Seeley, Ben Hood, Trish Thompson, Fiona Unger, Simon Fisher, Phoenix Choir and Scott Maxwell. The Carols will be streamed on YouTube and Facebook with links and information on how to view provided closer to the date.
Creamy tomato soup 650g ripe roma tomatoes, halved 6 unpeeled garlic cloves 1 tbs white Italian dressing 1 1/2 tbs olive oil, plus extra, to drizzle 1 tsp brown sugar 500g cherry tomatoes 1 large brown onion, finely chopped 1 large carrot, peeled, finely chopped 1L (4 cups) vegetable liquid stock 130g (1/2 cup) quark Extra quark, to serve Fresh basil leaves, to serve Chopped fresh chives, to serve Method Preheat oven to 200C/180C fan forced. Line a baking tray with baking paper. Place the roma tomato, cut-side down, and garlic on prepared tray. Drizzle with dressing and 1 tbs of oil. Sprinkle with sugar. Season. Roast for 20 minutes. Add cherry tomatoes and roast for a further 20 minutes or until tomatoes are very tender. Set aside to cool slightly. Remove and discard skins from roma tomato. Squeeze the garlic from the skins and discard skins. Set aside tomatoes and garlic. Meanwhile, heat the remaining oil in a large saucepan over medium-low heat. Add the onion and carrot. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 8 minutes or until softened. Add tomatoes, garlic and any tray juices to the pan. Stir to combine. Add stock. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to low. Simmer, partially covered, stirring occasionally, for 15 minutes or until soft and combined. Season then remove from heat. Set aside for 30 minutes to cool slightly. Use a stick blender to blend soup until smooth. Place quark in a small bowl. Ladle 1/2 cup of soup into bowl. Stir to combine. Stir quark mixture into soup. Use blender again to blend until only just combined. Return to low heat to warm gently, if you like. Divide among serving bowls. Top with extra quark, extra oil, basil and chives. Season and serve.
Library gets busy after dark Get set to venture ‘after dark’ at the Portland Library, with a series of late-night events and activities to be underway this week at the popular community facility. As part of the Libraries After Dark program funding, the Portland Library will extend its opening hours every Thursday evening to help promote the facility as a community lounge and as an alternative to a gambling venue. Acting information and library services manager Tanya Flockhart said for the next two years the facility will now open until 10pm every Thursday, with a schedule of programs to attract new and existing audiences. Staff members Casey Marlow and Tracy Jensen will be heading up the After Dark program. “To kick things off in the first week of the program, the Library will host a screening from 7pm of the award-winning movie Lion starring Nicole Kidman and Dev Patel,” Ms Flockhart said. “In the coming weeks we will offer games nights, coffee chats and a whole range of informal and
inclusive programs, providing a safe and welcoming environment for all. I encourage community members to keep an eye on the Glenelg Libraries Facebook page as we continue to rollout and announce the weekly free Libraries After Dark events and activities.” The Libraries After Dark program is an initiative of the Moreland City Council and supports libraries across Victoria through funds provided by the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation. LATE NIGHTS AT LIBRARY: Libraries After Dark officers Casey Marlow and Tracy Jensen are busy preparing weekly events and activities at the facility as part of the late night programming.
Keeping it real Silver anniversary OneFortyOne offers the chance to enjoy a touch of reality at Christmas celebrations The team at OneFortyOne is spreading some festive cheer at their annual Christmas Tree Giveaway this month. OneFortyOne will have fresh pine trees available for the community to collect at its nursery in Glencoe, and depots at Mount Gambier, Nangwarry and Mount Burr. OneFortyOne estate manager Andrew Matheson said the giveaway is in its fifth year. “We’ve given hundreds of trees away over the years,” Andrew said. “Without a doubt the best part of the giveaway is seeing families arriving and picking the perfect tree together. “Hearing people’s Christmas stories, and being
able to provide something special for the community to take home is really why we do it. Christmas trees are a feature of celebrations with family and friends at this special time of year.” Trees will be available from 8am on December 10 and 11, on a first come, first served basis at the OneFortyOne nursery and depots. Please be COVID safe by maintaining physical distancing and using the sanitiser provided. If you’re planning on picking up a free fresh pine, remember to make sure you can safely and legally secure the load on the way home. Depot locations: • Glencoe Nursery, Mile Hill Road, Glencoe • Gambier Depot, 152 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier • Nangwarry Depot, Riddoch Highway, Nangwarry • Mount Burr Depot, Mount Burr Road, Mount Burr
DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT
Pursuant to Section 38(5) of the Development Act, 1993 Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with Council for a development assessment.
Long serving environmental volunteers honoured The long time efforts of the Friends of Mount Gambier Area Parks were recognised earlier this month, with members gathering alongside National Parks and Wildlife Services South Australia (NPWSSA) representatives to celebrate 25 years since the group’s formation. The group and its members were recognised for the volunteer service they have provided to NPWSSA and the community. As part of the celebrations, lunch was held at Telfords Scrub Conservation Park at Mingbool with the presentation of congratulation letters by National Parks and Wildlife Manager for Limestone Coast Nick McIntyre and group President Kevin Mott, on behalf of the Minister for Environment and Water David Speirs, along with 25 year, 20 year and 10 year service certificates and badges. Mr Mott said the group was a very active one, having contributed more than 5000 hours of voluntary work since its inception, with four of its inaugural members still active in the group. Mr McIntyre said there was much reminiscing during lunch about the many interesting projects completed, successful funding grants and humorous moments experienced. “The group remains active in the community, with work on improving visitor access to the beach at Cape Banks Lighthouse, in Canunda National Park, currently underway,” he said. “One theme that continues to be
THANKS FOR YOUR EFFORTS: National Parks and Wildlife Manager for Limestone Coast Nick McIntyre and group president Kevin Mott apparent from its formation 25 years ago is the great enjoyment experienced by our Friends volunteers when working outdoors and participating in fulfilling and meaningful NPWSSA work.”
The Friends of Mount Gambier Parks welcome new members who like volunteering on interesting projects in the outdoor environment. Please contact (08)8735 1177 to find out more.
Group members who were recognised with certificates included: 25 years - Maureen Christie; Kevin Mott; Jean Haywood & Bryan Haywood 20 years - Linley Bowyer 10 years - Des Pluckhahn; Tania Rajic & Ian Kenny
Details of the application are as follows: DEVELOPMENT NUMBER:
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The application may be examined on the Council website at www.mountgambier.sa.gov.au/danotification or at the Council office located at the Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. Please phone (08) 8721 2555 to make an appointment if you wish to view the application at the Council office. Any person or body affected may make relevant representations concerning this application via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer at PO Box 56, Mount Gambier no later than Tuesday 22 December 2020. Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission. Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the Applicant for a written response. This is the first and only publication of this Notice. Barbara CERNOVSKIS
ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
It’s officially fire danger season
The Fire Danger Season in the Lower South East commenced last week, meaning all SA regions are now on high alert. No fire can be lit during this period without a permit from your local council, including comfort fires lit in a fire drum. Residents in these areas need to ensure that any fuel reduction burns are completely extinguished and find alternate options for clearing away excess vegetation, such as council green waste disposal. Please make sure your Bushfire Survival Plan is up-todate and that you are familiar with your Fire Ban district, and what you can and can’t do during Fire Danger Season and on days of Total Fire Ban. For more information visit www.cfs.sa.gov.au/ ebushfireready
Conservation Tidying up the Crater on the agenda Lakes precinct Shipwreck artefact joins collection
A mysterious shipwrecked artefact has become the latest addition to the Glenelg Shire’s Cultural Collection, with an intriguing path ahead for its conservation process. A wooden ‘deadeye’ is the most recent acquisition of the Glenelg Shire Council Cultural Collection, found by local beachcombers Carol and Daryll Cram earlier this year. A deadeye was an item used in the standing and running rigging of traditional sailing ships and is a smallish round thick wooden disc, with one or more holes through it. The mysterious item was found washed up on Murrell’s Beach and is suspected to be dislodged from one of the few shipwrecks located around Cape Nelson and Cape Bridgewater. Glenelg Shire arts and cultural manager Susie Lyons said there were strict guidelines ahead for the preservation of the item, including, oddly enough, an x-ray. “We’re pleased to welcome this very unique artefact to the Cultural Collection and we hope to preserve this fascinating story for generations to come,” she said. “A conservation plan has been initiated, with a lengthy and delicate process ahead that requires the slow extraction of water to prevent the cracking of wood and damage due to shrinking. “However, the first step in the conservation is quite an unusual one, with an x-ray required to determine the presence of rope and any other hidden features or clues. “We have recently undertaken the x-ray thanks to the team at Portland District Health and their new digital machine, which have provided a clearer image of just what the deadeye is comprised of. “With the x-ray images now taken, we can provide this to an expert conservation team and ensure we implement a plan to preserve this item as best as possible. Following this, we hope to eventually share this artefact and it’s fascinating story with the community as part of a public exhibition.” The acquired deadeye will be registered under the Glenelg
Shire Cultural Collection with the Australasian Underwater Cultural Heritage Database. TAKING CARE OF HISTORY: Collection and exhibition coordinator Tina Biggs with artefact finder Carole Cram and the mysterious deadeye
Funding ensures clean up program can go ahead City of Mount Gambier received more than $30,000 in funds through the inaugural Limestone Coast Landscape Board Grassroots Grants 2020/2021 program to undertake weed control measures in the vicinity of the Crater Lakes area. The funds will assist council to achieve the objectives within the Crater Lakes Conservation Management Plan. “Council aims to recognise and protect all of the heritage values of the Crater Lakes area by identifying and implementing actions to help restore, enhance and protect the heritage landscape in the area,” City of Mount Gambier engineering technical officer Sinaway Georgiou said. Self-pollinating wild pines have become an issue along the Valley Lake crater rim areas and the slopes of the saddle. “Clearing the wild pines along the Valley Lake crater rim near the Centenary Tower will enable the site to be clearly interpreted as a volcanic landscape feature as it once was,” Mr Georgiou said. “The wild pines are hard to control, and it is envisioned that Council will eradicate as many as possible to help reduce their numbers over time.” Council has engaged a local contractor to use manual felling practices to remove the larger wild pines. “Given the severity of the slopes, each tree will need to be removed using abseiling techniques, with work expected to begin this
week,” Mr Georgiou said. Under the guidance of Crater Lakes Conservation Park caretaker Orazio Cultreri, Millicent High School students will use cut and swab techniques to remove the smaller self-sown wild pines located along the slopes of the saddle. “As part of attaining their horticulture certificate, the flexible learning students are required to complete a weeds and chemical handling component,” Mr Georgiou said. “The students will work with Orazio to treat the wild pines in the area.” Cape Wattle weed has been found throughout the sloping face of the Valley Lake area along the Keegan Drive car park lookout and will also be eradicated as part of the weed control program.
“This area will be sprayed using a drone as it is inaccessible using conventional eradication methods,” Mr Georgiou said. ‘In addition, to help reduce the spread of pest weeds and plants, weeds botanist from the State Herbarium of SA Chris Brodie will be engaged to help identify what should be removed and what should be preserved within the Crater Lakes precinct.” TAKING CONTROL OF THE LAKES PRECINCT: City of Mount Gambier engineering technical officer Sinaway Georgiou and Limestone Coast Landscape Board officer Tony Bullock survey the Crater Lakes precinct that will be undergoing signifcant weed control courtesy of $30,000 in funding.
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RURAL RUNDOWN Cash injection for agricultural shows Federal funding program looks to mitigate 2020 losses It will give us a chance to get out in front of our bills. That was the sentiment of Mount Gambier A & H Society president Danielle Tulak on hearing the news a Federal Government grant of $70,000 was coming the Mount Gambier Show’s way. “We still had some very significant bills during COVID as we own and run 72 acres of land and have two staff on site all year round,” she said, and without the income from not just the annual Mount Gambier Spring Show but other scheduled events, including Brick Gambier and the Dwyer Boxing Club Challenge, that had to be shelved, balancing the books was proving a challenge. “We also have some aging buildings and facilities and this will allow us to do some upkeep,” Danielle said, thrilled to have secured the 2020 funding after missing out on a grant last year.
“...this funding will enable us to run the show in 2021...” Bev Copping (Millicent Show)
“We will spend some money on the roadways, there’s lots of pot holes, and we all know earthworks are expensive so we will be spending a portion on that, things like access ramps, kerbing and general upkeep.”
“...it will give us a chance to get out in front of our bills...” Danielle Tulak (Mount Gambier Show)
Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers climbed as agents yarded 1849 head. These sold to the usual large field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder orders while the reintroduction of vendors has led to an increase in restocker support. Quality was generally good across the offering with some large weights among the bullock pens however the market followed trends seen across other sales this week to sell to cheaper rates with some large falls in most areas. Vealers were generally of good quality however falls here of 15c to 25c were seen as steers to the trade made from 332c to a high of 440c with similar heifers returning from 328c to 432c/kg as all of the heifer offering went to the trade. Feeder orders operated on steers from 363c to 431c as restockers were active from 413c to 429c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade fell by over 30c as they sold from 306c to 376c with similar heifers returning from 338c to 386c/kg. Feeders sought steers from 306c to 415c and heifers made from 340c to 420c as restockers turned steers back out up to 385c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks eased by 10c to 15c as the heavier types sold from 295c to 356c with the lighter selection making up to 380c/kg. Feeder orders operated here from 326c to 378c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 280c to 375c with feeders active from 358c to 371c as manufacturing steers returned from 220c to 308c/kg. Heavy cows to the trade sold from 268c to 292c/kg. The lighter types made from 205c to 267c with cows to feed selling from 245c to 258c as restockers sought supply from 255c to 278c/kg. Bulls were selling from 262c to 286c/kg.
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The South East Field Days, which not only had to cancel its 2020 event but has also put 2021 on ice, also secured $70,000 - a godsend for the Lucindale Lions Club that not only runs the event but owns the Yakka Park facility. “This money will reimburse some of our losses because they have been big losses,” secretary Lyn Crosby said. “We are really grateful to Tony Pasin for making our case and to the government for handing over the money. Obviously this year’s event was cancelled but we also decided to cancel 2021 because of the uncertainty.”
“...this grant definitely helps with the bank balance because we still have a facility to run and expenses whether we are using it or not...” Lyn Crosby (South East Field Days) That uncertainty centred around COVID restrictions and regulations and whether it would even be possible or financially viable to host such a major event. “This grant definitely helps with the bank balance because we still have a facility to run and expenses whether we are using it or not.” Millicent Agricultural Horticultural and Pastoral Society secretary Bev Copping was also grateful for their $15,000 windfall. “The Millicent show is extremely grateful to receive this funding as this funding will enable us to run
the show in 2021,” Bev said. “As a great number of Ag Show have been discontinued over the past few years it is a great privilege for the committee to hold the annual show as a community event. The funding will help cover the general ongoing costs of upkeep which would have been covered had we run a show in 2020, it will also go towards running next year’s show.” Nine Limestone Coast shows in total were able to tap into the $34 million Australian Government funding to help ensure they could bounce back next year, following the cancellation of shows and field days in 2020, although even with the assistance , there are no guarantees the events will return in 2021, with the SE Field Days already a case in point. Member for Barker Tony Pasin, who campaigned hard for the shows and field days in his electorate, said the first payments under the Supporting Agricultural Shows and Field Days program would roll out before Christmas. “Two months ago, the Government launched this package to reimburse eligible costs for shows and field days who had to cancel because of COVID-19,” Mr Pasin said. “The Government is keen to ensure show societies and field day organisers are in the best shape possible to continue in 2021. These events bring our families and farmers together, build community spirit and help bridge the divide between country and city.” Shows and field days are uniquely Australian and provide huge economic spin-offs for local communities as well as opportunities for the businesses and services who exhibit. “They also help to maintain our farmers’ competitive edge by providing an outlet for new ideas, new technologies and new ways of working to be shared,” Mr Pasin said. “I am very pleased events in my electorate of Barker are able to access this funding to help get
“...these events bring our families and farmers together, build community spirit and help bridge the divide between country and city...” Tony Pasin (Member for Barker) them through this tough period and out the other side in a sound position to help them with their planning for 2021. Next year is looking so much brighter and I know this support will be fantastic boost.” OTHER LIMESTONE COAST RECIPIENTS: Mil Lel Show $5846.64 Keith & Tintinara District Show $10,000 Penola Show $7868.06 Naracoorte Show $15,000 Kingston SE Show $8917.85 Bordertown Spring Festival & Show $5810.05
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS MONDAY Agents yarded 27,768 new seasons lambs at Hamilton last week. The offering of lambs ranged from plain to excellent with similar weight range to the last sale last Monday but without the very heavy end yarded on Wednesday with the lambs in the 22kg plus showing the better quality. There was a full contingent
of processors and restockers were in attendance and fully active. Restocking competition came from Shepparton, Finley, Bendigo, Mildura, Wagga Wagga and Swan hill as well as processors wanting to feed on, who operated in a sale that was fully firm over all categories. Light lambs 12 to 18kg on offer made from $107 to $151/ head, to average from 750c
to 850c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $134 to $183/head, to average from 710c to 750c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $168 to $214/head, to average from 710c and 750c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $233/head, to average 740c/kg to 750c/kg cwt.
RURAL RUNDOWN Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS
WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 48,200 new seasons lambs at Hamilton last week. The offering of lambs ranged from plain to excellent with similar weight range to the last sale, with the lambs in the 22kg plus showing the better quality however as each sale goes by in is evident that a larger portion of the yarding are showing signs of drying off due to the extra long feed that prevails. There was a full contingent of processors and restockers were in attendance and fully active. Restocking competition was good again and came from Shepparton, Finley, Bendigo, Ballarat, Wangaratta, Swan Hill, Wagga Wagga and local areas. Processors were also buying to feed on, in a sale that was generally $5 to $10/head stronger over all categories. Restockers paying from $78 to $158, with feeders paying to increased demand to purchase from $136 to $183. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $107 to $152/head, to average from 750c and 950c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $134 to $181/head, to average from 730c to 780c/ kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $168to $214/head, to average from 730c and 790c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $254/head, to average from 740c to 770c/kg cwt. The 3 score hoggets made to $196/head.
Mount Gambier Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers rose as agents yarded 12,742 lambs and 244 sheep to total 12,986 head overall. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers looking for lambs to turn back out to the paddock. Quality was good overall with some large weights and freshness in the skin coming forward as the market remained firm on the week before as most sales made from 720c to 760c/ kg cwt. Light lambs to the trade sold from $83 to $142 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection making from $138 to
$154/head. Restockers sourced light lambs from $48 to $121 and they paid from $123 to $154/head for those with more conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $145 to $168/head to average close 750c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold from $166 to $193 while the extra heavy pens made from $190 to the market high of $240/head. Hoggets sold from $153 to $165/ head. Light and medium weighted ewes returned from $112 to $155 whilst the heavy ewes sold from $182 to $230/head. Wethers sold to $206 and rams made from $100 to $150/head.
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 16,925 sheep at Hamilton this week. There was another excellent offering of sheep with all weights and grades available but mainly penned were crossbred and merino ewe mutton with more medium and light sheep on offer this week. All the regular mutton processors were in attendance but again not all fully active. In an erratic sale, strong demand
Numbers fell away as agents yarded 1270 head. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers with an extra Victorian trade buyer on the rail along with the usual feeder and restocker orders. Quality wasn’t as good last week and when combined with less demand from the buying group it led to a cheaper market with falls of 10c to 20c/kg common across the market. Vealer numbers were small as steers to the trade sold from
412c to 418c with restocker support making from 385c to 441c/kg. Vealer heifers made from 378c to 400c/kg with both the trade and feeders active. Yearling steers to the trade eased 7c as they sold from 378c to 404c with similar heifers making from 325c to 405c/kg. Feeder orders were active on steers from 350c to 435c and heifers from 300c to 397c as restockers sought steers from 403c to 443c and heifers from 333c to 410c/kg. Grown steers fell by 15c to
20c as they made from 310c to 365c to the trade with feeders seeking supply from 334c to 388c/kg. Grown heifers sold from 265c to 360c to the trade with feeder activity from 312c to 370c as manufacturing steers sold to 286c/kg. Heavy cows dropped 7c as they made from 268c to 296c with an isolated sale to 312c with the lighter selection to the trade making from 235c to 282c with some restocker activity from 245c to 277c as bulls sold from 254c to 285c/ kg.
Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers eased as agents yarded 19,206 lambs and 5,160 sheep to total a combined 24,366 head overall with a drop of more than 7000 last week. These sold to the same field of trade and processor buyers as the previous week along with another large field of restockers looking for lambs to grow on. The restockers dropped the weights in their lambs this week sourcing less of the heavier types as extra lighter lambs come forward with more of these starting to be dry in the skin. Overall both the sheep and lambs sold to easier trends last
Coonawarra brigade will use Wattle Range funds to continue new headquarter upgrade with COVID-19 restrictions in place the official opening was cancelled so the Mayor made a visit to Coonawarra to present the cheque personally and check out the new digs. Coonawarra captain Bruce Gregory said he was pleased to accept the cheque on behalf of the brigade. “The building was finished several months ago without internal rooms, which will be built when the
$209 to $222 to average from 600c to 620c with the medium weights selling from $120 to $170/head to average from 650c to 680c/kg cwt. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to the market high of $289/head to average from 580 to 620c/kg cwt. The 3 score hoggets sold to $213/head. Terminal rams sold to $63/ head whilst the Merino rams reached $131/head.
Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE
CFS council windfall Coonawarra CFS is enjoying a $500 windfall with Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll handing over the cheque to captain Bruce Gregory (pictured right) last week. The donation will go towards supprting volunteers and refubishing the interior of the new shed. Coonawarra CFS recently received a new CFS station to house two fire appliances and specialised equipment, however,
continued, the market was firm for the medium and light sheep however the extra heavy sheep 30 ks plus were $20/head cheaper. Light and medium 1 to 2 score sheep made from $78 to $121/head. Medium weight 3 scores sold from $116 to $158/ head to average 650c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $162 to $220/head to average from 600c to 630c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino wethers sold from
next round of funding becomes available,” he said. “Our building is operational and ready for the fire season and all the volunteers are very pleased with the outcome. “Numbers in the brigade could always be stronger with many volunteers living in Penola but responding to calls for the Coonawarra brigade. “ We would welcome any community minded people to become a CFS volunteer.”
week. Light lambs to the trade sold from $119 to $145 as the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returned from $141 to $152/head. Restockers turned light lambs back out from $58 to $140 whilst the heavier types purchased, sold from $149 to $163/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs
were making from $146 to $165 as the heavy pens sold from $161 to $190/head. The extra heavy types are becoming scarce as they made from $181 to the market high of $241/head. Hoggets sold from $130 to $188/head. Light ewes made from $95 to $118, medium weight ewes sold from $130 to $161. The heavy pens of ewes which made up the bulk of the sheep offering returned vendors from $151 to the high of $233/head. Wethers were selling from $138 to $201 as rams made from $45 to $160/head.
The United States of Australia... Black Friday?! Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re doing Black Friday now?! This is absolutely bloody ridiculous. If like me you rightfully donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t really know what Black Friday is, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the Friday after Thanksgiving which is based around American stores having sales. And if you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know what Thanksgiving is, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s because youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not American. You donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need to know. A little search on the internet reveals that Thanksgiving commemorates the harvest feast of 1621 between the English colonist pilgrims of Plymouth and the native American Wampanoag people. There are several words/places in the previous sentences that I
have no idea of what they refer to. So Thanksgiving, an irrelevant American celebration is followed by Black Friday another irrelevant American celebration which is just a way of stimulating the economy and moving electrical appliances a month out from Christmas. And for some reason weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to now start having Black Friday in Australia too?! I think we all know this started with some idiot deciding we should start celebrating Halloween in Australia, the American holiday that encourages obesity in the youth. Again, an American holiday with no relevance to us on the other side of the world. Back to Black Friday, as if the concept itself of a day for the purpose of a sale is not ridiculous enough, the sale doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t just occur on the Friday; it seems to go for three or four days, if not longer. That sounds like a Black Long Weekend. Taco Tuesday doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t involve eating tacos on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday. Terrible Tie Tuesday (#terribletietuesday) doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t start on Saturday and then go through to Tuesday. They are one day events. If you insist on having a Black Friday, it needs to be on Friday. Only Friday. I must say Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m a little tired of Australia borrowing these American traditions and holidays. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know about anyone else, but I have no interest in Australia being more like the United States of America. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got enough problems of our own without copying a country that seems to have a special talent for creating problems for themselves. Have a little look at the news and chances are youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll find a story that makes you think, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m glad weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not like America.â&#x20AC;? Their gun laws. Their political system. Their political leaders. Their constant seeking of countries they should have conflict and go to war with. So why would we simply adopt their cultural events; their cultural events specific
to events that happened and only have significance in their country? It simply does not make sense. Surely if weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to try and become more like another country, we should have a look around and find one we want to be like. What are the holidays and cultural events in Finland? Letâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s celebrate Vappu, Whitsun and Ascension Day. What do the Portugese celebrate? Freedom Day, Restoration of Independence Day, Immaculate Conception. How about our neighbours from across the Tasman Sea? Russell Crowe Day, Lord of the Rings Day and their national holiday Sheep Day. Every one of these holidays are just as relevant to us as Thanksgiving and Black Friday, and the big difference is they come from countries that are worth imitating. I feel like weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve somewhat weathered the storm with Halloween in particular. People
have tried to get it to catch on and it really hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t done so. If anything, I feel that itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s died off a bit over the last couple of years. I actually think thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a possibility that because weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve shown no interest it will die a slow death. Realistically a day that focuses on commercialism, the economy and flogging wide screen TVâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s seems a bit tacky to meâ&#x20AC;Śand itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s already been done. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s called Christmas. If weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to have a day thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all about a sale, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got that too. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s called the Boxing Day Sale and it celebrates and commemorates the Boxing Day Test. As far as I can tell anyway. Fact check it if you want. If weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re going to bring in new holidays, what about something related to Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cultural background, particularly related to the Indigenous people of Australia. What about a new holiday, January 25th, and call it â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Day Before Captain Phillip Rocked Up and Buggered Everything Up Dayâ&#x20AC;?. I say next year we turn Black Friday into a celebration of boycotting commercialism and crass attempts to try to cash in on American traditions. If no one purchases at their sales, that may be the end of that. Email me at email@example.com if you have another holiday youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d like to celebrate.
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Classifications: (G) General, (PG) Parental Guidance, (M) Mature Audiences, (MA15+) Mature Audience Over 15 Years[s] Subtitles, Consumer Advice: (d) drug references, (s) sexual references or sex scenes (h) horror, (l) language, (mp) medical procedures, (n) nudity, (v) violence
TV THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10
THURSDAY DECEMBER 10
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TV FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11
FRIDAY DECEMBER 11
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TV SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12
SATURDAY DECEMBER 12
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TV MONDAY, DECEMBER 14
MONDAY DECEMBER 14
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Hours: 0.4 FTE. 6 month maternity leave contract. Involves a mixture of evening clinic and daytime shifts.
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Beginning in the heart of the Greater Green Triangle Region, Van Schaik’s Bio Gro is a family owned business and leading player in the development and manufacture of products tailored to a wide range of horticultural and agricultural applications. Incorporating divisions of organic resource recovery, logistics and manufacturing, we are a progressive company committed to growth whilst safeguarding our natural resources for future generations. At Bio Gro we are going through a growth phase which now provides opportunity for us to employ reliable and motivated people to join our growing company. The following roles are permanent, full time positions, available for an immediate start. The roles available are: Production Line Operators Responsible for the efficient and safe operation of the production line and equipment to ensure product is bagged and packaged to required quality standards and specifications. Loader Operators (Current Loader Licence essential) Responsible for maximising the production output of any equipment they operate whilst safely operating in accordance with licensing requirements. Relief Truck Drivers (MC minimum) Duties include driving of B-Double or HC Truck as required with inter and intrastate deliveries and or pick ups as needed. Loader Licence and walking floor and truck & dog experience desirable. Night Shift Truck Drivers Local (HC minimum) Duties include unloading and reloading interstate trucks during the afternoon/evening as requested. Loader licence and walking floor and truck & dog experience desirable. If you are interested in any of the above positions, please submit your written application, resume, references and any relevant qualifications to email@example.com To all recruitment agencies: Bio Gro does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward any resumes or applications to any of our advertised or vacant jobs. Bio Gro is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.
DISTRICT COUNCIL OF GRANT Executive Support Officer Part-time (38 hours per fortnight) $69,759 to &73,055 FTE per annum The District Council of Grant is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced administrative person to provide high level assistance within the Council’s Executive team. The Executive Support Officer will be responsible for the provision of support to the office of the CEO and Mayor. The successful applicant will possess initiative, have highly developed communication, organisational and administrative skills, together with excellent computer skills and demonstrated proficiency in the preparation of a wide range of letters and other documentation. Experience in meeting procedures and preparation of minutes and agendas would be an advantage, as would a good knowledge of legislation, leases and policies. A professional attitude and a commitment to discretion and confidentiality is required. Please download the ‘Information for Applicants’ and ‘Position Description’ from the Council website on www.dcgrant.sa.gov.au prior to applying. Any questions can be directed to Marianne Tucker, Manager Organisational Development on 8721 0444. Applications close at 5:00pm on Tuesday 15th December 2020.
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Drymill Shift Supervisor OneFortyOne (OFO) is a vertically integrated, trans-Tasman sustainable timber products organisation. The OFO Jubilee Mill 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. OFO have a combined sawmilling portfolio capable of processing 1M/m3 of log annually. At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success and we are passionate about being a great place to work.
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Softballers battle tough conditions Concordes White continued their excellent form with the bat and ball this week against ladder leaders Warriors Blue. With the wind going with the hitters the game was a slug fest from the get go, with warriors starting the better with two runs early on thanks to a Nicole Vause Triple and a Leyna Bruggeman RBI single. Concordes scored four of their own in their second innings, the highlight being a home run by youngster Maddy Sutherland, as well as doubles to Sam Brown and Billie Jones. Jones also pitched very effectively given the swirly conditions, striking out five and only giving away one walk over five innings. In the field outfielders Kate Altschwager and Leonie McCallum covered a huge amount of ground for Concordes, and took some great catches, and Brandi Miller was a star at second base
snagging a couple of very difficult high fly balls in the conditions. It was a very entertaining and high quality match to watch, with only four errors a piece in the field, which given the weather was outstanding. In the end the difference was safe hits, with Concordes having three more than Warriors, to run out deserved winners 15 runs to 9. The late game had the worst of the weather conditions for the day, and unfortunately this was reflected in a match with a lot of walks in conditions in which even the most experienced pitchers would have struggled. Warriors got themselves in a hole early, conceding 10 runs in the first innings while only scoring two themselves. Dana Jones took some pace off the ball and was effective pitching for Concordes, and that combined
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to string them together when it mattered, and were well held in the end by Em Hart’s off pace pitching. Demons went in to the bottom of the last innings ahead by one, but Wanderers scored two runs on a wild throw to earn them the three points and continue their great run of results. RESULTS Concordes White 15 (S Brown, B Jones, J Hopgood 3, M Sutherland
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2 (1HR), M Wombwell, L McCallum 1) d Warriors Blue 9 (N Vause 3, L Bruggemann, D Wombwell 2, B White, M Chuck, K Young); Concordes United 15 (D Jones 3, S Thomson, L McCallum, H Taylor, E O’Laughlin) d Warriors White 9 (J Koop 2, S Polderman, B Dunn, C Chaplin, K Anderson); Wanderers 8 (S Moretti 2, J Hart, B Bonney) d Demons 7 I Morale, C Manning, M Millard 2, K Morale)
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Jillian Rae (Jill) Passed away suddenly at home on Wednesday 18th November 2020 aged 61 years Cherished mother of Jacinta Loved daughter of Trevor and Maureen(dec) Loving Sister and sister-in-law of Daryl and Rebecca Aunty to Matthew, Daniel, Ryan and their partners
MEMORIAL NOTICE WHITE The relatives and friends of the Late Ms Jillian Rae White (Jill) are respectfully advised that her Memorial Service will be held in the Mount Gambier Crematorium Chapel, Grant Avenue, Mount Gambier, on Friday 11th December 2020 commencing at 11:00am In lieu of floral tributes, donations to Make-A-Wish Australia, Mount Gambier Branch, P.O Box 1372 would be appreciated In the care of SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333
THANK YOU Bereavement Georg Diegmann We would like to sincerely thank everyone for their personal expressions of sympathy, flowers, cards, e-mails and phone calls. Special thanks also to the staff at Hawkins Clinic, SA Ambulance and the Mount Gambier Hospital for the care given to Georg whilst coping with COVID-19 restrictions. Thank you also to South East Funeral Services for their professional assistance with the final arrangements in laying Georg to rest. In appreciation Hannelore Diegmann and family
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Millicent hosted Central at home following a two week COVID interruption. The Magpies opened the scoring in their first at bat. Kyall McClean doubled to rightfield and scored on Dylan Chuck’s infield out and Brock Keding, after hitting safely, was driven in by Dylan Gull’s threebagger. Four more in the top of the second. Ethan Chuck singled and crossed home on Alex Ridding’s single. Ridding scored on McClean’s sacrifice fly to centrefield. Nathan Meinck hit safely as did Dylan Chuck. Keding’s two-bagger scored Meinck and Chuck was batted in by Gull’s sacrifice fly. Darcy Pink opened the scoring for Millicent after he singled to leftfield and scored on Anthony Mutton’s sacrifice bunt. Central’s Ridding hit safely and crossed home on McClean’s two base hit to leftfield. More pain for the Bandits in the fourth. Dylan Chuck singled and was batted in by Gull who scored easily on Koby Chant’s double to left-field. Jordan Aston batted in Chant and Aston was batted in by Ridding before Millicent closed out the inning. Millicent staged a bit of a fight back in the even inning. Cameron Harris picked a base on ball and advanced two more bases on Craig Chittleborough ‘s two-bagger to centrefield. Harris crossed the plate on a wild pitch and Jesse Altschwager’s safehit batted in Chittleborough. Central put the icing on the cake in the top of the fifth. Keding singled as did Chant and Aston whose hit scored Keding. Chant scored on a wild pitch, Aston was batted in by Ridding’s double and he ultimately crossed home on McClean’s safehit. The Magpies shut down the Bandits batting line-up to take the game fifteen runs to three. Central had 21 safehits, two hit batters, 14 RBI, two K’s and left nine runners on base. Millicent had four safehits, two walks, one hit batter, two RBI, five K’s and left five runners on base. In a rain interrupted game between South Indians and Tigers, Tigers ran out easy victors with a mercy victory in the eighth inning. Tigers were first out of the blocks scoring three runs in the first dig. Hayden Jones and Garth Ransom both hit safely with Jones scoring
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on Ransom’s hit. Jacob English got on board on a wild throw, Ransom was awarded home on a pitcher’s balk then English scored on an error. South fired back with a solitary run after Bruce Morale found himself at third on a dropped fly ball and was batted in by Dean Hamilton. Tigers got that run back in the second after Hayden Jones arrived at first on a wild throw and was batted in by Garth Ransom again. For Tigers, Brandon Telford singled and Karl Ransom was on board from an error. Riley Rolph’s safehit scored Telford and Ransom was batted in by Brayden Morton (pictured below). Both Rolph and Morton crossed on Hayden Jones’ second hit of the game. The Indians added two more to their score. Ben Morale doubled and brother Bruce singled and both scored on Damien O’Dine’s hit into centre-ield. In the top of the fourth, English singled and Jesse Foster hit a two-bagger. Both of these runners were batted in by a long hit to left-field by Kane Ransom. Tigers’ Jones again found himself at first when he hit into an error and was eventually batted in by Jesse Foster. In the bottom of the sixth, South added their final two runs of the game. Jesse Balshaw was safe at first on an error and Ryan Walter added to the number on base when he hit into a fielder’s choice. Both scored on Ben Morale’s single into deep leftfield. Tigers added one more in the seventh when Morton hit a two-bagger to centre-field and crossed the plate on a wild pitch. In their next and final inning, Tigers put the game to bed when they added four more runs to the total. Garret Ha found himself at first on a K wild pitch and scored on a wild throw. Morton drew a walk and crossed home on a wild pitch, Jones was on base from a wild throw and crossed the plate on Garth Ransom’s three-bagger to rightfield. He subsequently scored on English’s hit into an error before the Indians finally wrapped up the inning giving Tigers a sixteen runs to five victory. igers had 14 safehits, one walk, two hit batters, 10 RBI, six K’s, left 10 runners on base and made six errors. South had eight safehits,
one walk, five RBI, seven K’s, left 10 runners on base and made 11 errors. RESULTS Division 1 Central 15 (Kyall McClean, Brock Keding, Alex Ridding 3, Nathan Meinck, Dylan Chuck, Dylan Gull, Koby Chant, Jordan Aston, Ethan Chuck) d Millicent 3 (Darcy Pink, Tom Winkley, Craig Chittleborough, Jesse Altschwager); Tigers 16 (Garth Ransom 4, Brayden Morton, Hayden Jones, Jacob English 2, Jesse Foster, Brandon Telford, Karl Ransom, Riley Rolph) d South Indians 5 (Ben Morale, Bruce Morale, Damien O’Dine 2, Dean Hamilton, Travis Lockwood) Division 2 Tigers 9 (Dyllan Lane, Matt May, Ben Marcus 2, Jake England, Kane Harrison) d South Indians 3 (Nigel Tilley, Peter Walter, Steve Brodie); Central 9 (Dylan Scheidl, Leigh Kent, Darren Smith 2, Brad Lynagh, Ben Green, Brad McDonnell, Josh Aston) d Central Magpies 0 (Kody Shaw, Sam Shaw, Jordan Carrison) Division 3 Central 13 (Steve Kuhl 5, Dean Cutting, Scott Page 3, Josh Chuck 2, Brad Braithwaite, Chris Tzioutziouklaris, Andrew McClean, Ben Jones, Brenton Lockwood) d Central Magpies 4 (Sam Henschke 3, Andrew Hoath 2, Alan Crouch, Like Patching; Federal 11 (Matt Nicholls 3, Andrew Hughes, John McAdam, Gerard Williams, Matt DeNys 2, Andy DeNys, Peter Taylor, Mick Potter, Cody Williams) d Tigers 8 (Marcus Thomson 2, Dylan Walker, Leigh Edwards, Tim Queale, John Verrity, Sean Horrigan, Kevin Telfer, Phil Clark); Millicent 12 (Ellis Cushion 3, Steve Wanganeen 2 (HR), Saxon Altschwager, Darren Pink, Gage Morley, Daniel Hateley) d South Indians 10 (Darren Cole 3, Wade Chant, Jason Henke 2, Tom Foote, Christian Greco) Junior League South Indians 15 (Deegan Habner 2, Wil Lewis, Dylan Lewis) d Tigers 13 (Cameron Scott, Jarvi Mee, Alex Merrett, Flynn Hillstone 2, Luke Stubberfield, Ollie Gregory) Little League Tigers 4 (Will Merchant, Harrison Elletson 2, Levi Seager, Jai Hillstone, Cooper Pitkin, Declan Polkinghorne) d South Indians 3 (Jett Lewis 2 (2HR), Phoenix Cole, Zaylen Smith, Nate Habner, Linkon Ratcliffe, Kobe Hamilton); Central 11 (Jobe Harten, Sam Ruwoldt 2, Lachlan Brierley 1) d Millicent 6 (Molly Cushion 2 (HR), Elijah Mutton 1 (HR)) Minor League Central 8 (Angus Maidment, Jye Dempsey, Miley Cook, Tye Klaassens) d Federal 6 (Lennox Telford, Lewis Vincent, Memphis Pierce); Tigers Blue 10 (Jack Humphries, Kade Hand, Titan Dumigan 3, Sam Marcus, Ben Reichelt 2, Ashleigh Elletson, Fergus Tarr) d Tigers 2 (Tekani Clark, Jett Lennon)
Glenelg looking to strengthen ties with South East Glenelg Football Club head of football Paul Sandercock was waxing lyrical about the signing of former South Gambier premiership coach Brett Exelby as assistant coach to join SANFL premiership coach Mark Stone at the Bay. A few days later, Sandercock found himself on the hunt for a new senior coach when Stone took up an offer to head north and join Chris Fagan’s coaching team in Brisbane. And while that will keep Sandercock busy for a few weeks, it won’t stop Glenelg from keeping their vow to further cement their relationship with the South East and while Exelby’s recent connection to the club’s zone was not a key factor in earning the assistant coach role, it was an added bonus as the club looks to improve on both the opportunities it provides for young talent and the work it does within the region with not just players but coaches as well. “We are certainly invested in our junior academies down there but we know we haven’t been able to service the area as much as they would like,” Sandercock said. Rectifying that was on the 2021 hitlist for the club and ironically, the way we have all worked to stay in touch via the virtual world in 2020 could well inspire a new form of service delivery. “We would love to have our senior coach, in particular, but other coaches head to the South East and work with coaches in the region but obviously that is always a logistical challenge and supplementing those visits, maybe one or two a year, with some online sessions could well be the answer,” Sandercock said. “But while we build on what we have been doing with players, we really want to see more connection to the coaches that are in our zone. We want to give the coaches the opportunity to ask questions and get some education themselves from people experienced at a higher level.” By and large, though, Sandercock believed the relationship, while a work in progress, was working well for both parties. “We are very blessed to have the South East as our zone,” he said. “There’s a lot of talent
down there and the challenge for us is to resource the zone to foster that talent.” Kieron Hicks has been a key building block in that plan as the pathway development coach in the region, returning to the South East after time at the coalface at Glenelg, while talent manager Darren Trevena also plays a significant role. Sandercock said the club, over a long period, could not be happier with the players that have pulled on the Glenelg guernsey, whether it be at zone championships, SANFL under age teams or as high as former club captain Ben Mules, who is still plying his trade with Kalangadoo. “The kids that do come and play are terrific young men as well as good footballers,” he said. One that well and truly falls into that category is Brad Close, who not only kickstarted his AFL career this year with eight games in his debut season, as well as taking home the Geelong Football Club Best Young Player Award, but was actually at the club training in recent weeks. “Brad was one of those players we chased for a while,” Sandercock said. “We could see how talented he was in a few Under 18 State games but the travel from Mount Gambier just wasn’t for him but the year playing A Grade footy at North was really good for him in the long run. He was a quiet young man, very measured and knows what he wants and when he came up here he knew what he wanted to do. He was very focussed and very driven and works really hard on his game and he had a good relationship with Mark (Stone). I know talking to people at Geelong couldn’t have been happier with him. It is a tough team to break into so to have played and have an impact on the group. We are rapt for him, he really deserves everything he gets, he’s a ripper.” Another Glenelg alumni Will Gould, who was drafted to the Sydney Swans, has also been back at the Bay running laps of the oval, while Toby Pink is returning from the AFL to Glenelg for 2021, showing the ties with the club remain strong for many players.
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Two hard working athletes secure scholarship at 30th anniversary presentation Last year cyclist Tess Wight became the 50th young South East athlete to be awarded the Trisha Flett & Sally-Jane Allen Sports Scholarship and in the program’s 30th year two more names were added last Tuesday night. Heptathlete Leila Croker and sprinter Hayden Crowe were named joint winners of the 30th anniversary scholarship, which was set up in the wake of the tragic 1990 accident that saw local teenage sports stars, Trisha Flett and Sally-Jane Allen, lose their lives. The scholarship fund was set up following a major fundraising event at The Barn, which saw the community give generously to allow the two families to set up this memorial scholarship. From basketball to softball, from netball to cricket and everything in between, the athletes to have been awarded the scholarship, have often excelled at more than one sport – just like the girls in whose memory the scholarship was established and Leila is a great example of that, being recognised for her athletics prowess but certainly no slouch when it comes to netball (West Gambier Netball Club) and swimming (Blue Lake Y Swim Club). Leila has been making her mark in the world of athletics since earning her place in the SAPSASA State Athletics team a few years ago and she has competed at a range of State and national events ever since. The cast came off last week but testament to Leila’s commitment is she has not only trained but also competed with a broken wrist, most recently at the VIVA SA All Schools Games in Adelaide, returning with two gold medals and a silver, as well as setting personal best performances. Leila has transitioned to heptathlon as her event of choice and continues to make her mark as an all round talent. She trains locally with the Little Athletics squad and the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy as well as in Adelaide with the Western Athletics Club although opportunities to compete have been few and far between courtesy of COVID-19, including her opportunity to compete at
the Mount Gambier Gift, an event at which she won the Under 14 title in 2019, which was cancelled in 2020. As the borders open up, so will Leila’s ability to get back into serious State and national competition. And the same applies to Hayden, who watched on from the sidelines this season as the national competitions went by the wayside but his performance at the recent VIVA SA All Schools Games in Adelaide has seen him already post qualifying times for the 2021 nationals in March. Hayden, who as a 15 year old was competing in the Under 18 category, has qualified for the 400m and 200m after winning gold and clocking personal best times and also brought home a bronze medal for the 100m. Hayden first emerged as a sprinting talent when he won the Trisha Flett Medal at the Small Schools District Sports Day in 2017 and he has continued to run faster and faster ever since under the guidance of locally based coach Sally Taylor. Hayden had earmarked 2020 as a year to compete professionally as well at the various Gift races, including Stawell, Ballarat and the Mount Gambier events but COVID-19 has meant that campaign will start in earnest in 2021. Given plenty of sport has been on ice this year, particular elite
level interstate sport, there was a smaller but still high quality field of nominees this year with five athletes vying for the scholarship. Each year the nominations are assessed by a group of the region’s PE teachers, with the scholarship also including a 12 month membership at Squashbrook and an Intersport Mount Gambier voucher – both long time supporters of the scholarship. THE OTHER 2020 NOMINEES: JAMES ALLEN As with so many young athletes in this region, James has excelled across a number of sports. Representing Grant High School at the State Championships last year he came away with gold in the long jump and triple jump in his own age group, as well as competing out of age group in the triple jump to claim silver. James is also a talented footballers, plying his trade with Kongorong where he was a premiership player in 2018 at Under 14 level and backed that up this year when the Hawks won the Under 18 flag. James is also an interleague representative for the Mid South East Football League, as well as representing the region with the Lakers in basketball and he is looking to earn his way into the SA Country pathway as those national tournaments return to the calendar. James is also a
teenager who gives back and his basketball refereeing is at such a high standard that he has started refereeing the South East Coast Basketball League – the top competition in this region. HAMISH CASE Hamish is a pretty handy footballer and has represented this region at SAPSASA level as well as being part of the Glenelg Football Academy and while he has every intention of continuing to work on those skills, it is cricket where Hamish really shines. He is the youngest player to ever be inducted into the Chappell Whitty Academy, has represented the State at Under 12 and Under 15 level and was vice captain of his Under 15 team, as well as being the top run scorer at the national championships earlier this year. Hamish is a member of the South Australian Cricket Association High Performances Pathway Under 17 squad and has been representing the South East as part of multiple regional teams for several years. Hamish also heads to Adelaide to play for district club Tea Tree Gully as he looks to take every opportunity to develop his cricket and play at the highest possible level. SARAH RITTER Sarah has been playing basketball since she was six years old and netball since she was seven and
she continues to excel at both sports. A West Gambier netballer, Sarah has represented Western Border at Victorian Association Championships and the South Australian Country Championships and has been a regular member of the South East Regional Netball Academy, as well as earning some A Grade court time in the past couple of seasons. Sarah has been working her way through the SA Country basketball program, last year representing SA Country at the Albury Country Cup and then going on to be selected for the SA Country team that competed at the national championships at Under 16 level. A regular A Grade basketballer in Mount Gambier, Sarah recently won the best Under 21 player in that competition and is still part of the SA Country pathway. Sarah is also working hard on her netball career and is currently trialling for the South Australian 17 & Under State team and is aiming to eventually secure a spot in a Super Netball squad. TOP ATHLETES: (Above left) Simon Brook, from scholarship sponsor Squashbrook, congratulates Leila Croker and (above right) David Jones, from scholarship sponsor Intersport Mount Gambier, congratulates Hayden Crowe.
Carnellor & Lomas take out the 2-4-2 competition as bowls returns to the greens It was great to be back bowling after having a few weeks off due to COVID restrictions but it was a return tinged with sadness as club president Peter Hyland called for all to stand for a minute’s silence for the three bowlers who lost their lives in the previous weekend’s car accident - Sue Skeer and her parents Nan and Ned Walker. Tournament director Derek Bowering welcomed two players from Mount Gambier,
Steve Farrell and Brian Vorwerk, as 42 players took to the greens with one rink of triples playing. The winning team with a score of 33+12 was the team of Steve Carnellor and Colin Lomas. Runners up were Robert Radley and Derek Bowering with a score of 32+15. Other winning teams were, Peter Dunnicliff, Steve Farrell 32+1., Sam Schofield, Rod Gibbs 32+10. David Nuske, Brian Roper 32+8. Graham Loveday, Brian Vorwerk 31+5. Del Parsons, John
Eldridge 31+2. Garth Baker, Iain Campbell 30+1. Graham Parsons, Adriana Ross 30+7and the triple Margaret Fennell, David Reichelt, Robert Atkinson 30+4. This Thursday is the Somerset Pairs and Fours starting at 9.30am, while the Ladies and Men’s Championship Pairs will be played on December 20 starting at 8.30am. The Christmas Dinner will also be held at the clubrooms on December 20.
MILLICENT 2-4-2 COMPETITION: (Above left) Winning pair Steve Carnellor & Colin Lomas and (above right) runners up Derek Bowering & Robert Radley
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Blue Lake Y Swim Club honours two loyal volunteers with life membership Sometimes a place just feels like home and for Janet Phillips and Viv Peate, the Blue Lake Y Swim Club is one of those places. Maintaining integral volunteer roles within the club despite their children having long departed the pool, the duo was awarded life membership at a recent presentation – a rare highlight in a season stymied by the pandemic. Janet and her family joined BLY during the 1996 season and as Janet does with most things she gets involved with, she was soon hands on at the club. She was on the committee for eight years and took on the executive role of club secretary for six of those, as well as being heavily involved in fundraising. In more recent times, Janet has been the chief timekeeper, a role she has filled for the past 12 years, at BLY carnivals and SA Country Championships and taken on organising club presentation events. Viv has been a part of the BLY family since 2002, serving on the committee as well as taken on the secretary role for nine years. She is the voice of the BLY annual carnival, announcing every race and every placegetter over the two days of competition - a role that continues to this day.The proprietor of Swimskool, where BLY swimmers are currently training, Viv has also hired many BLY swimmers over the years to work at her pool to help teach young children water safety and swimming.
JANET PHILLIPS Twenty-four years and the boys later, Janet is still as hands on as ever at the Blue Lake Y Swim Club. “The kids did all the swimming through the Swimskool, learn to swim, so we just went from there when they finished their swimming lessons and joined the swim club,” Janet said. “I’m one of those parents where if the kids win, they win, if they lose, they lose. You just try your best. I’ve been secretary, treasurer and organising swim meets and doing timekeeping – and my official role is a chief timekeeper. Even though my boys have retired and are not swimming
anymore, I still go every year they have their swim meets and go back and help them out.” Janet did not expect to receive such an honour but is happy her hard work and dedication hasn’t gone unnoticed. “I was a bit shocked. I don’t do what I do to get life membership,” she said. “I just enjoy doing it and helping out people. I was a bit shocked when I found out that I got it. All the hard work over the years was well worth it. I do it for my kids. I just love helping and teaching new people how to do the job, I wouldn’t leave them in the lurch like that. I’ll still be
involved even though I’ve got life membership.” Janet said Blue Lake has never been stronger and forecasts an exciting future for several of the club’s talented young swimmers. “They’ve got some very, very good swimmers at the moment. They’re going very well at the moment,” she said. “I’m sure they’ve got a bright future. I’m impressed with what they’re doing.” VIV PEATE It all started for Viv when she was taking one of her daughters to learn to swim and she is as involved as ever, almost two decades on. Viv said it was an honour to be inducted as a life member of the club. “I’m very honoured obviously. I started with the club when my eldest daughter started club training and all of my club stuff is packed away in boxes somewhere, but I believe it was 2002 when she started training with the club,” Peate said. “Coming from Queensland I always wanted both of my girls to be very good swimmers and they did all their lessons here at Swimskool. “It was while my daughter was doing her swimming that I first noticed the kids who used to line up at night to do their training and I used to watch the first part of their training and that got me interested in club swimming. It just went from there. We joined her up to the club and I think she was part of the club for a year and I got involved with the committee first and later
on became a minutes secretary and then one club secretary later ended up becoming the secretary itself. Obviously I don’t have any children anymore swimming in the club, but I’ve maintained contact and still do the announcing for their annual carnival.” Viv admits she was surprised on the night of the event to find out she would be inducted as a life member. “I genuinely didn’t know about it,” she said. “It was a great way to find out. I was so honoured. I love the club, I love seeing kids swim and swim well, I love the competition, the atmosphere, going to countries, all the local competitions and going around the State to the different cities and towns for the country championships.” Viv says there’s been a lot of good times working with the club. “Sometimes it’s a lot of hard work, but so enjoyable and the other recipient Janet, she had three boys who swam the club and we spent many a time together and we just pull together as a bunch of volunteers so the kids can go and do what they want to do which is go and compete and achieve their dreams,” she said. “I just love it. I love seeing the competition, I’m not a sporty person as such, but I love watching people play sport. It’s the atmosphere and the excitement of watching kids compete and hopefully do very well, bring back the bling I said to kids who just went to a local competition.”
Blue Lake Ladies kick back and celebrate Christmas The Blue Lake Golf Club ladies finished up thier 2020 in style with a Christmas celebration at The Apple Farm last week. The Mount Gambier Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal and local charity Four Reasons Why were also big winners on the day with donations collected for the two worthy causes. The day started off with 22 ladies participating in a nine hole fun day playing obscure holes, five on the front and four on the back nines, with the drawback being allowed to only use three clubs of choice, causing much hilarity. The eventual winners were new club members Shannon McDonnell and Helen Bisset. After drinks and nibbles at the Blue Lake Bar & Bistro, the ladies headed to The Apple Farm for lunch and an afternoon of hat making as groups worked together before Dianne Allen took out the top award.
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Borderline Speedway looks to rev into action for 2020/21 this weekend Borderline Speedway officials were eagerly anticipating their November 28 season opener when the South Australian lockdown and stringent COVID restrictions saw it wiped from the calendar but officials have regrouped and December 12 will now see the return of racing to the Glenburnie track. There are 21 sprintcars currently nominated for the feature event, including local hopes Glen Sutherland (pictured right) and Scott Enderl, while Steve Lines is currently stranded without a car thanks to recent border restrictions so is a case of watch this space. Fellow South Aussie Daniel Pestka will be driving the Stark car to bring even more local interest to the sprintcar racing. There is a local
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Pennant Bowls Results MID WEEK PENNANT Port MacDonnell Red 49/14 d Mount Gambier Red 42/0; Mount Gambier Blue 45/13 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 40/1; Port MacDonnell Blue 53/14 d Mount Gambier Green 40/0; Naracoorte 51/13 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 46/1; Naracoorte RSL - BYE. LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE Port MacDonnell 47/12 d Kingston 42/2; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 57/12 d Millicent Red 48/2; MIllicent Blue 42/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 41/2; Penola 53/14 d Mount Gambier 30/0. DIVISION TWO Robe 39/12 d Naracoorte RSL 37/2; Beachport 46/14 d Lucindale 32/0; Penola 47/12 d Millicent 46/2; Naracoorte 56/13 d Port MacDonnell 31/0. DIVISION THREE Beachport 48/12 d Penola 4/2; Mount Gambier RSL 51/12 d Millicent 41/2; Mount Gambier 46/13 d Naracoorte 43/1; Robe - BYE OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Mount Gambier RSL 84/16 d Robe 38/0; Mount Gambier 68/14 d Naracoorte 51/2; Port MacDonnell 79/14 d Millicent 61/2; Kalangadoo 98/16 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 53/0. DIVISION TWO Naracoorte RSL 74/12 d Kingston 57/4; Mount Gambier Red 76/14 d Naracoorte 66/2; Mount Gambier Blue 67/14 d Millicent Red 63/2; Mount Gambier RSL 95/14 d Kingston 54/2. DIVISION THREE Lucindale 92/16 d Penola 35/0; Naracorote 73/14 d Port MacDonnell 67/2; Millicent Blue 82/14 d Millicent Red 63/2; Mount Gambier RSL 95/14 d Kingston 54/2. DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Millicent 71/4 d Robe 59/2; Mount Gambeir Red 75/16 d Mount Gambeir Blue 52/0; Beachport Red 84/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 63/2; Beachport Blue 58/16 d Port MacDonnell 40/0. DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) Penola 73/14 d Naracorote 71/2; Kalangadoo 93/16 d Frances 52/0; Naracorote RSL 78/12 d Lucindale 57/4
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There was an electricity in the air as the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Spring Season resumed after being brought to a screeching halt by the state’s lockdown. In the first match of the night, Team Porsche asserted themselves early with a 3-rubber lead and were never challenged by their opponents Team Bentley. A number of rubbers went the distance to five games, the highlight being a titanic struggle between Team Porsche’s Gary Hocking and Team Bentley’s Rayelene Hutchesson. Hutchesson appeared to have the contest in her grasp when she raced to a 2-game lead, however the wheels then fell
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off as Hocking appeared to find another gear in the third. The final 2 games were a real spectacle as neither player gave an inch, eventually Hocking prevailed 13-11 in the decider. Hocking’s second singles rubber also went to 5 enthralling games, however this time he was outlasted by his Bentley opponent Johnny McBain. At the end of the night it was Team Porsche with a thoroughly dominant 16-8 result. Team Mercedes showed no mercy against their Aston Martin opponents, posting a highoctane 17-6 result. Jono Lange and Andrew Moore were strong for the victors, both posting clean singles sheets, while Luke Bremner was the shining light
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Thursday’s Mens’ Aggregate drawn competition was played in a Triples format with a strong entry of 38 bowlers contesting the Mount Gambier RSL event. Gavin Clements, Malcolm Williamson and Garry Walters were victorious for the day with a controlled display of bowling. Saturday Social Bowls at the RSL Bowliing Club was cancelled due to the inclement weather conditions. Please register you interest in our popular Night Owls competition. Conclusion of last years’ Night Owls 4s will be on December 15 and 22. A 3 bowl Triples Night Owls Competition will be played on January 5, 12 and 19. Night Owls 4s will then
have been as she lost two balls and also wiped one hole. Birdie balls were won by Helen McIntyre, Kerry Pedlar and Mary Kentish. The annual ladies Christmas fun day will be held on Wednesday in the format of a 9 hole Ambrose followed by lunch, fashion parade and skits. and runners up were presented with their prizes. A newcomer to golf this year, Clark fired a brilliant score of 42 points and must have wondered what her score could
Two match winners: Owen Schofield (Ferrari), Johnny McBain (Bentley), Tom Horrigan, Ethan Harding, Kylie Boston, Robin Pellen (Porsche), Leigh Barry (Audi) Andrew Moore, Jono Lange (Mercedes), Luke Bremner (Aston Martin).
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Galpin shoots a hole-in-one in return to golf
Chris Galpin (pictured above left) has lived out every golfers dream, snaring a hole in one on Saturday at Attamurra Golf Club. Galpin’s hole in one on the sixth hole and with the pin behind the bunker, Galpin hit a three wood up to the green and found its way into the hole much to the delight of her playing partners. The stunning shot also securd her the hole in one jackpot prize. Saturday’s round ws a stroke round with 12 ladies braving the gale force winds to tackle the course, with rin and thunder also adding to te challenge. Jan Shanahan’s game was not affected as she played to her handicap to win with nett 73 from runner up, Heather Chapman and Marie Douglas on a countback with nett 76. B irdie ball winners were Helen McIntyre and Jan Shanahan, while Faye Mainwaring and Marie Douglas were the respective pro shot and nearest the pin winners on the 8th and 16th holes. The Attamurra ladies actually returned to the course last Wednesday afte the COVID restrictions were relaxed and that saw 40 ladies keen to get out on the Attamurra course again and participate in the three person aggregate stableford competition. Played in teams of three, the best two scores for each hole were recorded and the winning team of Gail Stephenson, Mary Kentish and Pauline Paterson combined well to finish with 84 points on a countback from Vicki Clark, Julie Hanel and Jan Shanahan. Ladies Captain, Faye Mainwaring sponsored the day and the winners
favour certainly did not do justice to the evenness of the contest. Next week marks the conclusion of the revised Spring Season for 2020, with finals not being played due to the enforced break. With one round to play, Team McLaren will claim overall victory as they remain unbeaten with a 2-match gap to second placed Team Mercedes.
WINNING RETURN: 3 person aggregate stableford winners Pauline Paterson, Gail Stephenson and President Mary Kentish with their pendant trophies.
start again and will be held on Feburary 9, 16 and 23 and March 9 and 16. Please contact Graham Crowder on 0428 936 682 or the RSL Bowling Club on 8725 9515 for further details. RSL CLUB AGGREGATE TRIPLES WINNERS: Gavin Clements, Malcolm Williamson and Garry Walters.
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