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FR EE ISSUE 863 - Wednesday, December 23, 2020 - Tuesday, January 12, 2021 | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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Changing with the times Lifestyle1 grateful for ongoing community support We’ve had to adapt, evolve and modify the publication to meet our client and readers’ wishes and needs. That was the sentiment of Lifestyle1 general manager Jason Allen when the full gloss colour magazine changed to a full colour tabloid newspaper format a couple of months ago. It has been a year where adaptability and flexibility have been the catchcry of our politicians, business leaders and sports administrators and Lifestyle1 was not spared the need to evolve. Moving with the time has been a hall mark of Lifestyle1, developing and evolving for the best part of two decades with another chapter written this year, with the change to tabloid newspaper style in September and already we are 16 issues into that new format. The response from our readers and clients has been overwhelming with demand for the 15,500 copies printed each week of Lifestyle1 at an all time high. Our dedication to telling the stories of the people, places and

events of the Limestone Coast and South West Victoria continued in the new publication, while the TV Guide has been reinstated and a dedicated rural section established. “Lifestyle1 has had amazing support from small to large businesses in its 17 year history,” Jason said. “A lot of our customers have never missed an issue in 863 editions.” The reach of Lifestyle1 has been as strong as ever, as well, with the 15,500 copies distributed to letterboxes, Australia Post outlets, newsagencies and a number of other retail outlets. “We are proud to have continued our focus on the local community and their stories and grateful for the support that all our loyal and new clients have shown especially in what has been a difficult year,” Jason said. “We will continue to foster those relationships and produce the best product possible in 2021. Lifestyle1 is taking its usual break over the festive season with the next issue set for distribution on

January 13. Lifestyle1 also forged a strong relationship with radio network SEN since coming under the umbrella of the Sports Entertainment Network empire under the leadership of experienced operator and media performer Craig Hutchison. Australia’s leading sports broadcaster SEN expanded its reach into South Australia with the launch of 1629 SEN Mt Gambier at the beginning of this year, servicing South Australia’s South East corridor, 1629 SEN Mt Gambier delivers 24/7 premium broadcast content to local sports fans. SEN has your summer of cricket covered, from the high octane action of the Big Bash to the full Test series, headed by Gerard Whateley and with experts including Simon Katich, Chris Rogers, Simon O’Donnell, Brad Haddin, Ian Healy and Brad Hodge. So set your radio dial on 1629 or tune in via the SEN app for crystal clear coverage anytime, anywhere.

Lifestyle1 and 1629 SEN Mt Gambier are based at 61A Commercial Street East and the two media groups are now working in conjunction in a bid to provide even better opportunities for advertising clients across both mediums, with the new look Lifestyle1 just another example of looking to give the readers and advertisers a better experience.

“Lifestyle1 have loyal, local staff with Duncan, Jill and Nicola, who have worked for Lifestyle1 for over 15 years each, with Di and Lauren having been part of the team for a decade,” Jason said. Merry Christmas to all our clients, readers and stockists, we are so grateful for your ongoing support.

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Capturing the region Wattle Range Photographic winners announced It was entered and exhibited virtually in 2020, but the Wattle Range Photographic Competition was still an unmitigated success with more than 400 entries and a number of first time entrants as happy snappers from around the region and Australia looked to earn their place in the 2021 Wattle Range Community Calendar. Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll announced the winners and launched the calendar earlier this month, saying how impressed he was with the outstanding

photography, reflecting the diversity of the Wattle Range region and the talented youth who exhibited. “We have some brilliant photographers in our region, who should all be very proud of themselves,” Mayor Noll said. “There has been a lot of excitement and enthusiasm from the photographers. I am in awe of their talent and our community calendar is a wonderful representation of their amazing photography.”

Mayor Noll congratulated all the entrants and winners and said that it was pleasing to note that since its inception twelve years ago the exhibition has continued to grow. “Each year new photographers enter the competition bringing with them new ideas and interpretations of what Wattle Range means to them,” he said. The exhibition winners and runners-up are currently on display in the Millicent Gallery. A video of the photographs was shown at the award presentation on Sunday and will be available to view on screens at Wattle Range service centres and the Millicent Library over the summer season. The 2021 Wattle Range Council community calendar can be collected from each of Council’s Offices, the Millicent Library and selected postal outlets in the Wattle Range region. RESULTS BLACK & WHITE CATEGORY (Sponsored by Limestone Coast Photographic Club)


A heart of gold Against the odds Local charity benefits from the work of a young entrepreneur

She might be only nine years old but Tilly Olsen has a heart the size of Phar Lap’s. What started as a project to garner some extra pocket money during the festive season has become a heart warming fundraising effort from the Reidy Park Primary School student and there is still a few days left before Christmas. With a bent for the creative, Tilly handcrafted a few snowmen and elves out of air dry clay. She set up shop outside her home – akin to the old fashioned lemonade stands – but the foot traffic was minimal and the sales negligible. Then came a causal conversation with Don Pratt, cofounder of local charity Spare Ya Change 4 Kids and co-owner of the new take away coffee house Confession, and a new plan was formulated. Confession offered to sell the Christmas trinkets and Tilly decided she should give part proceeds to the Spare Ya Change cause. As of Thursday last week, Till had dropped off three batches of her must-have Christmas decoration which equates to 100 of her bespoke elves and snowmen and if you’re lucky you might still be able to grab your own before Friday. Not only has Tilly created her

Christmas elves, she has also written out a thank you card for everyone who purchases an elf, the quietly spoken girl just happy to be able to bring a smile to the face of others and also hand over some money to her local charity of choice that provides meals for families in need. And what does Tilly want for Christmas? She doesn’t have a top choice let alone a list. But what is clear that her first foray into philanthropy has not only been successful but seems to have inspired her to only do more so it will definitely be a chance of watch this space with this entrepreneur with a heart of gold.

It all started with a boy band for Maklinee Some accolades are harder earned than others and Makinlee Futcher certainly more than earned the 2020 Chinese Language Teachers Association of South Australia (CLTASA) Award. The Year 10 Tenison Woods College student battled more than most and it had nothing to do with COVID. Makinlee (pictured with her Tenison Woods College Chinese language teacher Chengsheng Sun) fell very ill with glandular fever and ended up hospitalised, missing school for the entire first semester. “It has had many long term effects on me so I am very happy with the fact that I was able to bounce back and earn myself this award,” Makinlee said. “My teacher was very helpful and would answer any questions that I had. I had most of my trouble with tones, he played a big role in helping me fix that up.” Makinlee has been studying Chinese for three years, starting in Year 8 when she transferred to Tension Woods College. “One reason I chose Chinese was because I had already started learning Japanes,” she said. “Japanese has three alphabets, one of them is called Kanji. Kanji is derived from Chinese language. They use the same characters but with Japanese pronunciation. I believed it would help me further my Japanese while also being able to speak Chinese as well.” The Statewide accolade is handed out to a student who has shown a high level of interest in Chinese and Asian culture, shown great respect for her teacher and classmates and applied themselves to their studies of Chinese.”

Makinlee easily ticked all those boxes and despite the difficulties faced with learning such a complex language, she is keen to continue her studies, seeing it as potentially beneficial in any future career. “Chinese is a difficult language to learn because there are so many different characters, often with the same pronunciation but different meaning,” Makinlee said. “It is very rare for even a Chinese person to know every character within the language. Not only this, they have four tones to the way they speak. That is the way they differentiate between characters with the same pronunciation. I have always had a difficult time speaking using the tones, as in English we just speak how we wish.” And it is the boy band BTS that inspired Makinlee to pursue what is now a passion for ASsian culture and language. “My favourite musicians are BTS and have been since 2015 and the interest only developed from there as I learnt more and more,” Makinlee said. “Eventually I

wanted to know all there is to know and so I put my brain to work and did my own study at home. This ended up helping me further my knowledge of languages too.” There is a real chance Makinlee will be able to incorporate her intensive language studies into a future career and if nothing else, she loves to travel. “I am definitely looking to incorporate these skills into a future career,” she said. “One of my favourite things to do is travel, so it will help me even outside of whatever I choose to do. A thought that often crossed my mind was about doing international studies when it is time for me to go to university. I am not 100% sure what I would like to do yet, but I know whatever it is that I will use these skills often.” Makinlee was part of the college’s 2019 trip to Japan, using that opportunity to practise her language skills in real life situations – she has been learning Japanese since she was 12 – as well as taking in the sights of Japan and learning more about its history.

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Successful siblings Caitlin & Toneya Carraill share top honours at Mount Gambier High School

MOUNT GAMBIER HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2020 HIGHLIGHTS Mount Gambier High School saw its 2020 students enjoy an improvement on the 2019 results, with a SACE completion rate of 94.1 per cent an increase from 91.7 per cent. Cailtin and Toneya Carraill were joined in the top five ATAR scores at the school with Madison Kilsby, Jeffrey Judd and Brandi Miller. More than 10 per cent of the Year 12 cohort topped the 90 mark, with a further 8.2 per cent achieving an ATAR of 80 or above. THE 80 & ABOVE CLUB: Back from left: Abby McShane, Emily Thompson, Hayley Wakefield, Brianna Pitman, Patrick White, Toneya Carraill & Riley Buckingham. Front from left: Katie Langan, Bailey Rosenthal, Lauren Frost, Madison Kilsby, Caitlin Carraill, Jaimee Johns, Brandi Miller & Samantha Brown (Senior School Assistant Principal). Absent: Jeffrey Judd and Sa Mya Ni Poe

The gods of academia certainly have a cheeky sense of humour. Twin sisters Caitlin (far left) and Toneya Carraill (left) have been neck and neck with their results right across their 12 years of education and as a general rule Toneya had the edge but when it came to Year 12, Caitlin just edged out her sister as the two girls finished as the top two students at Mount Gambier High School. “Toneya has always done slightly better than me so it was good to finally get one up on her,” Caitlin said.

The sisters are as close as it gets and have followed a similar path throughout their schooling, including tackling the identical subjects for their SACE year. Chemistry, Maths Methods, Information Process and Publishing (IPP), English and the Research project were on the timetable for 2020, while both girls also completed Year 12 photography in 2019. Arguably no two students could be compared so directly as Caitlin and Toneya and in the end the sisters were separated by .61 Caitlin securing an ATAR of 95.96 and Toneya, 95.35 – it doesn’t get much more even than that. Neither girl thought COVID impacted their school work but it did still affect their final year of schooling. “I really enjoyed the year but it was like we had to go through the lows of Year 12 without getting to celebrate the highs with everyone,” Caitlin said. Planned graduation events with

family and friends went by the wayside, coinciding with the South Australian lockdown but the Class of 2020 at Mount Gambier High School did get to finally celebrate with a revamped event at the weekend. Year 12 is never easy but as far as 2020 goes, it was relatively smooth sailing with Caitlin and Toneya working over time during school hours, staying on top of their workload and not having to spend to much time at home with their noses in the books. “During the school day I never really took a break, so I could try and do everything possible while I was at school and stay up to date,” Toneya said. “Keeping on top of your work made the year much less stressful.” “I just found it easier to work at school – at home you have too many distractions,” Caitlin said. The duo also made the most of time with teachers, especially earlier in the year when the one week of off site lessons, that

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blended into the two weeks of school holidays, saw many students opt to continue at home learning for a few weeks in Term 2. “We definitely got more one on one time with teachers because there were a lot of students that continued working from home,” Caitlin said. Toneya and Caitlin both have gap years planned – Toneya’s at home on the farm as she build towards what she hopes is running the property herself down the track, while for Caitlin, the job hunt is still on. Both girls will also be working at then Penola Swimming Pool during January assisting as instructors with the VacSwim program. Toneya’s gap year plans dovetail neatly into her plans for tertiary study and future career. “I want to take over the farm and I’ll be working next year on the farm with pop,” Toneya said. “I want to run sheep and cows off it and maybe grow some oats but I will probably also have to get another job as well but I would love that to be in the same industry, something in AI (artificial insemination) or plants.” She is set to study Ag Science while Caitlin is set to study a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science and Bachelor of Nutritional Science, with both girls eventually headed to Adelaide to pursue those courses. And while the girls are absolutely the closest of friends and get along really well, especially by sibling standards, they concede they are also competitive. “We were pretty competitive throughout the year but we did help each other study and helped each other stay on top of things,” Caitlin said. They also spent much of their study free time together. Both former Western Border Netball Association representative players, the duo continued their netball careers at West Gambier, part of the Roos 17 & under runner up combination, while also continuing to pursue their swimming with the Mount Gambier Swim Club, as well as both helping out on the family farm, spending Term 1 teaching at the Mount Gambier Aquatic Centre and in Term 2 riding horses every morning as part of their farm responsibilities.



What a fortnight A couple of early Christmas gifts for region’s dux It has been a big couple of weeks for Chloe McKenzie. On December 13 she was named the Player of the Series in the inaugural South East female Open Age League competition and on December 15 she was unveiled as the highest achieving student in the Limestone Coast with an ATAR of 99. Chloe (pictured right) gained two merits for Psychology and Mathematical Methods and was awarded As across the board for her other subjects – Chemistry, Society & Culture, General English

and the Research Project. No matter how accomplished the student, the nerves are omnipresent and Chloe was no different as she prepared to log in and find out just how her SACE had panned out. “I thought I would score well, but not this well,” Chloe said. “My course required an ATAR of 95, so I am happy to get guaranteed entry.” Chloe looks to study Medical Science at Flinders University and has her sights set on making her way into the field of research.

“I am not sure what area of medical research just yet – neurology, genetics, pharmaceuticals or immunology,” Chloe said. Chloe has been working her way through the Victorian cricket pathway over the past few years so she initially thought she would head east for her tertiary education but once she had visited Flinders University and the University of Melbourne she had a clear choice. “The Flinders campus was much better with better facilities and the

TENISON WOODS COLLEGE CLASS OF 2020 HIGHLIGHTS Thirteen students achieved an Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) greater than 90 (pictured above), with Sophie Ellis (97.1), Ruby Moore (96.05), Dylan Leadbetter (95.95) and Samantha Braithwaite (95.35) rounding out the top five at the college. In addition to the 13 students receiving an ATAR above 90, a further 13 students gained an ATAR of greater than 80. Long with Chloe’s two merit certificates, Tyne Bosko also received a merit for her Research Project. Aside from Chloe, six Tenison Woods College students attained straight A’s in all of their subjects - Amelie Beltakis, Samantha Braithwaite, Ava Jones, Ruby Moore, Lidya Mungu-Ashuze and Ella Wesolowski. Five Tenison Woods College Year 11 students completed at least one SACE Stage 2 subject with impressive results - Zoe Aberle (Music Performance Ensemble), Jenna Allsopp (Outdoor Education), Eliza Harding (Outdoor Education), Cody Levison (English) and Hayley Pearson (Physical Education) with all five scoring an Afor their efforts.

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University of Melbourne was looking to deliver a lot of the course online whereas Flinders would be face to face,” she said. “I just liked it in Adelaide a lot better, it is cheaper to live in, easier to get around and I do have friends there.” Given that study is her clear priority and her cricket, wherever it takes her, will need to fit in around her course schedule, basing herself in Victoria no longer seemed as important. “I want to keep playing cricket but I am not sure that I want to play it professionally or anything like that so I will only do what I can without impacting on my study,” she said. She will have to find a new premier league club, as she had been playing in Victoria, but other than that, Chloe is all about her education. Born in Colombia and moving to Mount Gambier from Victoria when her family’s work commitments brought them to South Australia, Chloe is a relative newcomer at Tenison Woods College but she has loved her short but sweet experience and made the most of the resources on offer at the school. “I was travelling to Melbourne every weekend last year during Year 11, while holding down part time work, as well as completing two Year 12 Subjects in Year 11.,” Chloe said. “I have been to a

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lot of schools during my life, and when we relocated to Mount Gambier for my family’s work commitments, I started attending Tenison Woods College. The college have been really flexible and will accommodate you no matter what you want to do, they will make it work. Staff are inclusive and supportive, particularly the counsellors, and there is a real wellbeing and mental health focus. I have had a few challenges this year, which meant that I had to complete part of my studies through the Connect@Tenison Online Learning approach, but the teachers adapted and got me through it”. Chloe also got through the rigours of Year 12 by keeping on top of her workload at every turn. “I had a really set pattern I followed and approached every test and assignment,” she said. “I submitted things before the due date and I always tried to be ahead with my work.”

DON’T SKIP MEALS During the festive season sometimes we turn to the tactic of saving your kilojoules for later in the day but that often backfires. By denying yourself food when you’re hungry, you’ll be so ravenous by the time you actually eat you’ll scoff down far more than you would have if you weren’t so starving.

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EVERYTHING IN MODERATION Forget the all-or-nothing mentality as there’s no such thing as a perfect diet, so it’s fine to eat treats. Basically it is the festive season so allowing yourself to enjoy everything in moderation is the key. So you can enjoy a mince pie or two, just not the whole box!


Taking it all in his stride St Martins Lutheran College dux undecided on future When it comes to being laid back at what the future holds, David Zwijnenburg tops the class – just like he is with his 98.9 ATAR, making him the top student at St Martins Lutheran College in Mount Gambier. The college achieved a nearperfect SACE completion rate, with a total of 50 students achieving SACE this year. More than half of the 2020 cohort completed a Vocational Education Training (VET) qualification as part of their SACE. The 18 year old dux (pictured right with principal Alan Connah) is undecided about exactly how he will spend his gap year, although he is adamant he will take a gap year, and is also undecided on what tertiary education [path he will eventually follow. “My best friend is hoping to do medicine and he has had a path

to follow with sitting the UCAT and doing his interviews and if he gets in he knows the next six years of his life is mapped out and while I am a little jealous of that, I really don’t know exactly what I want to do yet so I am happy to take my time – I will put my faith in God and his plans for me,” David said. “I enjoy psychology and enjoy the sciences so I really don’t know where it will fall for me when it comes to going to university.” His gap year, while almost as unmapped as his university education, does have a little more structure. Firstly he believes it will not see him in Mount Gambier but rather at a Bible College course, with Sydney the current front runner. “I would like to do that (bible college) for six months and then maybe work for six months,” he said.

ST MARTINS LUTHERAN COLLEGE CLASS OF 2020 HIGHLIGHTS Thirty per cent of the ATAR-eligible students achieved an ATAR of more than 80, while an impressive 12% achieved an ATAR of more than 90. The other students that rounded out the top five were Kate McGregor (95.15), Ella Driscoll (90.90), Abubakir Abduvahobov (90.85) and Joshua Bonanno (90.75). Year 11 student Jemima Puust received a Merit for Stage 2 Tourism. TOP OF THE POPS: (Above) Ella Driscoll, David Zwijnenburg, Joshua Bonanno & Kate McGregor with St Martins Lutheran College principal Alan Connah

Gwen gets the nod for design Member for Barker Tony Pasin’s annual Barker Christmas Card competition has been another success with hundreds of entries received from across the electorate. Students from years one to five were invited to submit artwork that represented Christmas in their region. “We’ve had a fantastic response, with outstanding entries coming in from across the electorate. I thoroughly enjoyed looking at them all, although it was not an easy task to select the winning entries.” Mr Pasin said. Four entries were selected by Mr Pasin to feature on his 2020 Christmas Cards, one from each region of the Barker electorate - Barossa, Limestone Coast,

David completed Psychology when he was in Year 11 and this year completed Maths Methods, Chemistry, Visual Arts, Physics and the Research Project. He received a merit for Physics. Like many high achievers, David’s study philosophy was a mixture of staying on top of his work with a consistent effort and also working under the pressure of a deadline. “I would always start things earlier than most, not earlier than all, but earlier than most and I would have my ideas and do my research but all the writing I would often do the week it was due,” David said. “I never left things to the last minute but I would leave things to the last week.” For students who find academia a more difficult world to navigate, David’s lack of focus on marks and grades might be infuriating but it is all because it is doing the work that enjoys the most. “I would have people ask me what I got for an assignment and I truly couldn’t remember,” David said. “I am very task driven – I love the task, complete the task and then move on.” Along with ensuring he finished the year with an ATAR that should see any tertiary path open not him, David was also school captain – a role her relished. “I am someone who needs to be busy and am more motivated when I am busy so just having something extra to do made it enjoyable,” David said. “But it also helped me build confidence and gave me a better idea of what goes on behind the scenes to run the school – I had never thought about how hard people work – it has been a good lesson.”

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Riverland and Murray Mallee. Artwork by Gwen Denton, a student from the Kalangadoo Primary School, was chosen by Mr Pasin to appear on the card to represent the Limestone Coast. Gwen (pictured above) was presented with a prize in acknowledgement of this achievement. “I congratulate all those students who took the time and effort to create artwork that demonstrated what Christmas means to them, in their region,” said Mr Pasin.

People living and travelling through the Limestone Coast will now have better phone service to make calls, browse the internet and stay connected with family and friends. The new mobile base station being turned on today will significantly improve phone service on the Riddoch Highway between Millers Lane and Towers Road, South of Penola. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the switch on of the new mobile base station near Penola under the Mobile Black Spot Program reflected the Federal Government’s commitment to further improving connectivity in the regions. SWITCHED ON: Wattle Range CEO Ben Gower, Member for Barker, Tony Pasin, SA Regional Manager Telstra Country Wide Mark Bolton, & Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll.

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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 9-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 9-12-23-36-34-45 A relationship started under present aspects could become very successful much in this period to bring financial boosts. Contacts from the past bring surprises.

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(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-24-40-26-33

Should be one of those periods in which the favor you need can come your way and someone you helped in the past can give you the help you may need right now.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 9-6-5-3 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 9-15-26-35-36-3 If you push too hard for your own way you will come up against some stiff opposition. Some may be feeling restless and want change just because something else looks better.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-5 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-25-29-8-4

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LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 4-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 4-7-12-26-35-36

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(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 3-6-9-5 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 9-5-12-24-45-40 Holiday plans could be altered or deferred, best to check all arangements thoroughly. A romantic period however someone may be trying to gain your favos and this could put you in a very embarrassing situation.

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(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 8-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 8-12-26-35-40-22

There is likely to be friction around you domestic wise, avoid trouble than provoke it. Make sure bills are paid on time. Those in public eye should benefit financially.

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(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Mauve Racing Numbers: 5-2-3-1 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-23-32-20-3 Don’t take on too much at once or your health could suffer. Plan ahead in any business venture and double check on any travel arrangements. Finances could be down one minute and up the next.

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He’s not sure exactly what field of engineering he will pursue by Grant High School dux Rylan Ward is definitely hoping to be studying Engineering at Monash University in Melbourne. With an ATAR of 98.8 and a Merit for Physics and Specialist Maths, Rylan has chosen the Victorian course over his home state purely because it gives you a year of general study before you choose what area will become your speciality, civil, mechanical, electrical. “In South Australia you have to select what area of engineering you want to study right from the start and I am not totally sure yet so I want to do the course where I can have a taste of the different options and then decide,” Rylan said. He is leaning towards electrical of mechanical and has always had a curiosity for how things work. “From what mum’s told me I always asked questions about how things worked from when I was really young,” Rylan said. “I used to ask about things like how a light switch turned the lights on so I guess I was always going to do something along these lines.” Aside from his merit subjects, Rylan completed Digital Technologies in Year 11 before also tackling the Research Project, English, Maths Methods, Chemistry and Physics this year. Rylan felt he was able to stay on top of his workload by ensuring he made the most of every minute at school, scheduled lessons and free periods, and he was grateful for the support from Grant High School’s teachers. “If I needed help, the teachers were happy to catch up, whether it be in person or online and

answer any questions – they would say that even if they were in a class to just pop in and check something with them,” Rylan said. “I tried to study at school as much as possible so I did not have to spend hours each night getting work done and that worked for me.” Rylan admits not every hour of every subject saw him covering topics he loved but there was plenty he did enjoy. “Of course some of it was a grind but some I really enjoyed learning,” Rylan said. “It varied from subject to subject and topic to topic within those subjects.” Rylan also thrived on the relationship he developed with his teachers over his senior school years. “I had a lot of them in Year 11 as well as Year 12 and it gave you a chance to bond,” he said. Rylan did give up hockey for 2020 but that was more about the delayed start and shortened season than needing to free up time for school work.

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(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-36-37 A tendency to go to extremes will only make difficulties for you if you push hard, you’ll only come up against a lot of opposition. Many will suddenly realize that some involvements aren’t giving only taking.

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PISCES

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“But I absolutely went to the gym so I could keep up some physical exercise and I kept working at McDonald’s,” he said. Rylan is now sweating on the January 15 tertiary offers – he has already secured accommodation in Melbourne on campus if he is accepted into the engineering course. BRIGHTEST & BEST: Grant High School principal Fleur Roachock with one of the school’s top students Maddie Sage and top ranked student Rylan Ward. GRANT HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2020 HIGHLIGHTS Maddie Sage was the other Brant High School student to achieved an ATAR of more than 90, while aside from Rylan;s two merits, five other students were awarded merits - Manon Finch for Research Project B and Gajanan Frost for Music - Solo Performance, along with Year 11 students Alex Jolley and Rachael Kelly for Research Project B and Angus Langsmith for Agricultural Systems. Grant High School principal Fleur Roachock said the school was obviously very proud of these students and thankful to the teachers who have dedicated so much time and effort to their success. “As always, though, we remind our students that they are far more than a number and their worth as a person can never be adequately measured by any system. We wish all of our students every good thing in all that they do and hope that Grant High School has given them the foundation to realise all their hopes and dreams.”

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Long serving Lionesses honoured Life membership and service awards handed out at Christmas celebration

The Lioness Club of Mount Gambier rounded out 2020 with a celebration dinner and the handing out of two life memberships and another prestigious award. Beryl Mahoney and Wynne Turner have both racked up 35 years of service with the Lioness Club and were deservedly inducted as life members. Beryl, who is the club’s incumbent president, has been president four times, six stints as secretary and serving twice as treasurer, along with many other positions in the Club. In August 2009, she was honoured with the Melvin Jones Award, the highest award in the Lions Family. Wynne has been president twice, secretary once and served 10 terms as treasurer 10 times as well as securing the A James D Richardson Award in June 2014. The other notable honour was Elma Lynn being presented with her 25 years’ service award. Social and program director Meredith Dent kept everyone busy during a delicious dinner with a couple of parlour games, while post dinner a cast of the club’s aspiring

actors presented a Christmas themed skit. The Christmas Raffle was drawn by Zone Chairman Malcolm Laslett, with Lioness Monica Reichelt winning the first prize, a lovely hamper of vouchers and Christmas goodies. LONG SERVING LIONESS HONOURED: (Right from left) Lioness Club of Mount Gambier president Beryl Mahoney presented Elma Lynn with her 25 years of service award.

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Ashlea tops Naracoorte’s Class of 2020

Naracoorte High School’s highest achieving SACE student Ashlea O’Shaughnessy was presented with the school award from the top student by award sponsor Peter Westley (right) of Westley, DiGiorgio, Norcock Solicitors. Aidyn Davis (93.35) and Jamie Sincock (91.3) rounded out the top three.

Hard work pays off for Millicent High student Millicent High School’s top student for 2020 was Ava SmithMuhovics (pictured) with a score of 91.3

Penola’s top student

Penola High School has had another successful year with SACE results. The school’s top ATAR was achieved by Ebonie Moulton (pictured) with a score of 81.25. Ebonie received and A+ for Visual Arts, A for English, A- for Child Studies and B+ grades in Research Project and Health. Amy Whitehouse who achieved an A- in Child Studies, B+ in English and Visual Arts, and B grades for General Maths and Research Project, with an ATAR of 70.85, was another high achieving student.

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Top citizens named Wattle Range announces its 2021 Australia Day Awards An early Chrsitmas gift for Wattle Range residents with Mayor announcing the recipients of the region’s Australia Day Awards. “The contribution and service these hardworking individuals have provided in our Wattle Range community has been acknowledged as recipients of the 2021 Australia Day Awards,” Mayor Noll said. As part of the yearly rotation, the Mayor will be attending the Beachport function to present the Kintore awards. Whilst the other awards will be presented by the respective ward councillors at their official breakfast function. “I urge everyone in the Wattle Range Council region to come along and join in with the Australia

Day celebrations on January 26, 2021,” Mayor Noll said. “As always, I am impressed with the calibre of this year’s nominations. Each of the 2021 award winners has made a valuable contribution to the Wattle Range community and are worthy of such recognition.” The awards will be officially presented at 9am at Australia Day breakfast functions which commence at 8am on January 26, with the exception of the Southend event which starts at 2pm. 2021 WATTLE RANGE AUSTRALIA DAY AWARD WINNERS Citizen of the Year Corcoran Ward – Bruce Clayson Kintore Ward – Rhonda Burleigh Riddoch Ward – Sue Zwar

Festive spirit on show Donations to the Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal provides Uniting Care, ac.care, Lifeline SE, St Vincent de Paul and The Salvation Army with funds to support the needy within the community during the Christmas period each year. “The money from the Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal provides gift vouchers to enable people to go and do their shopping and gift vouchers for the older children,” The Salvation Army Captain Judy Shaw said. The Salvation Army is busy distributing vouchers, hampers and toys to 450 local people and has received more than 100 additional requests this festive season. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, The Salvation Army

‘elves’ spent the past week packaging up donated toys for 150 children.While people don’t get to choose their toys as they normally would, age appropriate gifts have been specifically chosen for each child.” Lifeline’s Christmas Cheer program has also been buoyed by the donation of toys from local man Paul Sundstrom. Having recently graduated from the Limestone Coast Regional Gambling Help Service, Mr Sundstrom was inspired to direct the savings he had made from ceasing problematic gambling towards helping the less fortunate this Christmas. “Lifeline have helped me over the past six

Sorby Adams Ward – Mariska Hawke Young Citizen of the Year Corcoran Ward – Frazer Johnston Kintore Ward – Josh Kellock Riddoch Ward – Ebonie Moulton Active Citizenship Kintore Ward – Narelle Marshall Sorby Adams Ward – Greg Moore 2021 WATTLE RANGE AUSTRALIA DAY CELEBRATION VENUES Millicent - Jubilee Park, North Terrace, Millicent Penola - War Memorial Park, Church Street, Penola Beachport - Lagoon Reserve, Sommerville Street, Beachport Kalangadoo - Kalangadoo Institute, Eliza Street, Kalangadoo Southend - Western Beach, Southend months and so I wanted to give something back,” Mr Sundstrom said. “I have been going out each week to buy toys to donate because it is important that children have a present to open at Christmas.” City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin is appreciative of the work local service agencies provide to the community. “Our service agencies work hard throughout the year and during the busy Christmas period to bring some festive spirit into the lives of local people who may be finding things a little difficult. Their input into our community is truly special and I know so many people are grateful for their work,” Mayor Martin said. CHRISTMAS ELVES: Shauna Wood, Cheryl LeBrun, Judy Shaw, Salena Dekuyper, Bernie Douglas, Margaret Hampel, Narelle Pignotti & Mayor Lynette Martin.

Time to pay it forward Sometimes the simple gestures are the best

A free cup of coffee may seem like a small thing, but it can make someone’s day when it’s given as a random act of kindness. United Way Glenelg is enacting a community spirit initiative for the week leading up to Christmas by giving away cups of coffee to strangers. It will start with a $100 donation at participating cafes with United Way Glenelg then encouraging people to pay it forward by donating the cost of their coffee to the next person, thus creating a chain reaction. United Wat Glenelg executive offficer Nicole Carr said the power of paying coffee forward is greater than the value of the free drink that someone receives, with the potential to inspire a multitude of other acts of kindness.

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“In the face of this health crisis, I have been amazed by the acts of kindness we are seeing across the Glenelg Shire,” Ms Carr said. This is a community that has come together. The simple act of kindness reminds us that even the smallest gestures can bring people together and help us remember to look out for each other,” concluded Ms Carr. United Way Glenelg is asking local people to check in on their Facebook page https://www. facebook.com/unitedwayglenelg daily to see when and where the random acts of coffee kindness are taking place or simply be surprised if your coffee is “on the house.” Participating cafes will be located in Portland, Heywood, Nelson, Dartmoor and Casterton. Random acts of coffee kindness will cap off a busy year for United Way Glenelg as it has conducted 24 COVID-19 specific projects for the local community. Establishing the COVID-19 Impact Fund in early March has given the charity the ability to help the community to respond, recover, and rebuild during the pandemic. If you would like to donate to the United Way Glenelg Community Fund please click on this link https://www.givenow.com.au/ uwg_covid19_impact_fund PAYING OT FORWARD: Molly Warner from Lido Larder thrilled to be part of the random acts of coffee kindness.

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Spreading festive cheer Community support shows true Christmas spirit Limestone Coast charity ac.care has welcomed support from across the community to spread some festive cheer to those who need it most this Christmas. “Organisations such as ours rely on the support of the communities in which we work so we can reach out to those struggling in country areas,” ac.care chief executive Shane Maddocks said. “While we see and share the hardships faced by individuals and families and work together with these people to help improve their situation, we are also inspired by the generous businesses, service clubs and other supporters who have donated to our Christmas appeals.” He said it was wonderful to see the list of donors this Christmas broadening to school, social and work groups deciding to give to others as the festive season nears. “We recognise many businesses and individuals which have long been key supporters of our work have faced uncertainty and pressures like never before, but it is inspiring to see so much generosity remains across the community,” he said. Mr Maddocks said the approaching end of 2020 also prompted a time of reflection on a year of unprecedented challenges after the diverse and devastating impacts of COVID-19 on country

communities. “I’m sure the festive season will be a time when many people find the family and social connections they have missed over recent months due to COVID-19 restrictions mean more than ever,” he said. “But sadly, it is also a time of year when it is clear to our staff on the frontline of service delivery that the challenges we were founded to help address continue to take a growing toll on individuals. “This ranges from vulnerable people being caught in a poverty trap, through to individuals facing alienation and isolation, families affected by separation or young people affected by serious welfare concerns.” Mr Maddocks said ac.care’s services continued to be stretched as Christmas approached and people sought relief from pressures they were facing, whether struggling to decide between paying essential bills or providing a special Christmas lunch or gifts for their children, or those wondering who they will turn to when they find themselves alone at a time when others celebrate togetherness. “Support from the community helps ac.care continue its vital work in areas such as caring for children in foster and residential care, delivering innovative homelessness programs and

offering support for children and families,” he said. “Together we make a difference, but that takes a community effort and we hope to continue to work with you and many others as we evolve and expand our service delivery at a time when country South Australians need us more than ever.” He said ac.care needed support throughout the year to expand its capacity to support people in the community beyond Christmas and urged supporters to consider becoming regular donors to ac.care by visiting accare.org. au/donate to support their local charity. “We wish you all a merry Christmas and safe new year, urge you to think of those less fortunate at this time of 2020 and look forward to continuing to work to ensure country people have a safe home, enough money to live on and strong, positive relationships in 2021,” he said. Supporters can also keep up-todate on ac.care news by following the organisation’s Facebook page. BROAD SUPPORT: (Above) The Tenison Woods College community was among many supporters to donate gifts to ac.care’s Christmas appeal. Items donated to ac.care will be included in hampers provided to people in the community who have registered for support from ac.care this Christmas. UNIQUE CONTRIBUTION: (Left) Mount Gambier’s Pine Tree Quilters recently donated 100 Santa sacks created by members to assist with ac.care’s distribution of donated toys at the Mount Gambier Community Centre. Group representatives Kaye Dalgarno and Ohna Green delivered the donation to ac.care’s Rebecca Haggett. The donation followed the creative group donating 150 reusable face masks earlier in the year to help ac.care maintain service delivery in line with COVID-19 restrictions, along with quilts for young people in care.

Working out on the Kelpie Trail Casterton residents will soon have more ways to get fit for free along the township’s popular Kelpie Trail thanks to a new project led by the Glenelg Shire Council. Outdoor fitness equipment is set to be installed along the iconic nature based trail, with Federal funding secured through the Department of Infrastructure, Local Roads & Community Infrastructure Program. The project will see a series of fitness stations included along the two-kilometre stretch of trail, which borders the Glenelg River. With no formal indoor gym in Casterton, the new stations will complement the existing Ess Lagoon fitness equipment and offer an allround fitness experience for the community. Council will oversee the installation of three stations, which will include equipment

such as an elliptical trainer, aerobic cycle, pull down station, step ups and stretching station for a general fitness circuit. Each piece of equipment offers a range of exercises with guided information to allow people to get fit for free. With installation expected to begin in March, council is currently seeking feedback from Casterton residents on the outdoor fitness stations through the form of a quick poll or extended feedback form. Community members are being encouraged to head to YourSay Glenelg website to learn more

and to submit their valuable feedback on the project. Feedback is open until 5pm, January 29 next year. For further information, or to have your say on the project, please visit the YourSay Glenelg website: https:// yoursay.glenelg.vic.gov.au/ kelpie-trail-fitness-equipment.


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re-think of that plan and the boys joined forces with good friends Danny and Anne Stephenson, offering them the space to trial taking Anne’s online business Green Door Décor into the real world. “It’s been a wonderful opportunity to fulfil my dream of a bricks and mortar store,” Anne said. “I have been in business nearly six years but it has been great to be able to plant myself somewhere.” Don and Sam offered Anne (pictured above bottom right) the space for six months so she could ascertain how a shopfront would work and she has been overwhelmed by the success of the move and already is searching for a new larger space to cater for demand. “People appreciate that we have unique products and that we focus on Australian designed, Australian created, Australian made products,” Anne said. “And while I thought my online presence was really strong, so many people have walked in and said they had never heard of us

until now so it has been a good move. “People seem to love being able to come in and browse in a beautiful space.” And once Anne takes that next step in her business journey by moving to an even bigger store, the boys know exactly what they want to do with the space. The conference room idea is gone but there is an exciting new vision for the space so watch this space. But for now it is a stunning new takeaway venue, opened from 5.30am to 8pm everyday and even over the Christmas break you will be able to visit Confession. On Christmas Eve, Confession will be open from 5.30am right through until 1pm on Christmas Day, followed by 5.30am to 2pm on December 26-28, before returning to 5.30am to 8pm on December 29 and 30 and then 5.30am to 10pm on New Year’s Eve. You can then kickstart your 2021 with a coffee between 5.30am to 2pm. Confession is at 30A Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier.

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Making history OTR & Krispy Kreme open multi-million dollar site History was made in Mount Gambier at the weekend when the first regionally based Krispy Kreme doughnut factory store officially opened its doors. The landmark project is sharing a site with OTR Mount Gambier East – an $8million dollar investment that has created more than 50 new retail jobs for locals. On the corner of Jubilee Highway East and Ramsay Avenue the new development is one of the largest OTR sites as well as providing the Mount Gambier community with the chance to come in and enjoy freshly baked Krispy Kreme doughnuts. The first regional Australian Hot Light factory store means Mount Gambier locals can enjoy making hot, fresh, Original Glazed doughnuts straight off the line – when the Hot Light is on, the doughnuts are ready and waiting.

OTR Mount Gambier East store will be open 24/7 providing ultimate convenience by offering locally-roasted, barista-made C Coffee, freshly squeezed OhJ! and New York-style hot dogs Moe’s Dog & Shake. The store has a specially curated range of supermarket essentials, premium range of BP fuel and OTR brands EAT and CHILL providing fresh drinks, pastries and

sandwiches. The new OTR store has ample truck and bus parking, a fullservice diner and Truckie Lounge, including laundry facilities and showers, to ensure everyone can enjoy a hearty meal or rest and refresh while on the road, as they pass through Mount Gambier. OTR general manager Darryl Cotter said OTR aims to give customers the very best in convenience retailing with our award-winning fuel and food offers. “If you need flowers for a loved one, a coffee in the morning, a quick snack after work or some supermarket necessities any time of the day or night; OTR has you covered,” he said. “The OTR Mount Gambier East store affirms our commitment to investing in regional towns and champion job growth across Australia, with 226 new roles being

created in five new OTR stores due to open in the next three months. As with all our OTR stores, we aim to become an integral part of the local community and region, by supporting community groups, events and sporting clubs.” OTR has a food recycling partnership with Foodbank and also encourages customers to give back to charity groups through their innovative OTRGive. The program works through the OTR App; every time a customer shops or refuels at OTR with the OTR App, OTR donates on the customer’s behalf to the community group of their choice – at no cost to the customer. Donations to the community through OTRGive are nearing $340,000, and OTR Mount Gambier East customers can download the OTR App to receive their first regular C Coffee for free and have ongoing access to OTR’s ‘Buy 4 Get 1 Free’ Rewards across a range of products including Krispy Kreme doughnuts. DESPERATE FOR DOUGHNUTS: (Left) OTR Mount Gambier East and regional Australia’s first Krispy Kreme doughnut factory store officially opened on Saturday but Ethan, Daniel and Jayden were desperate to be first in line and camped out from Thursday morning.

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yards, steel cattle yards with undercover work area and a near new hay shed plus other sundry shedding. Lot 2 and 3 are bare grazing/cropping allotments. Black loam soils over limestone with improved pastures including Phalaris, Clover, Rye and Fescue. These allotments have had a history of being cropped. Lot 1 is watered via a Solar Pump to two paddocks and Lot 3 is watered via a single windmill. Overall a selection of great land close to Penola and would make anyone a great addition to their holding or their first look at farming. Contact Tom or Mark for an inspection today.

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The team at Green Triangle Livestock & Real Estate would like to say thank you for your patronage throughout 2020. Our office will be closed from Monday 21st December 2020 and reopen on Monday 4th January 2021. We wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and a safe and prosperous New Year and look forward to working with you in the future. 344 CAROLINE ROAD, YAHL

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ULTIMATE FAMILY LIVING WITH A GOLF COURSE AT YOUR BACK DOOR

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.

Expansive 4134m2 allotment surrounded with well established trees and hedges, 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. 4 bedroom, main with WIR and double ensuite, main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity & separate toile, large laundry, second living area currently utelised as a home office. The bar/rumpus room currently utilised for entertaining 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.

UNIT 2/18 LEE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER

$359,000

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LUXURIOUS UNIT IN PRIME LOCATION

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

$235,000 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.

388 KROMELITE ROAD, GLENBURNIE

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

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PERFECT INVESTMENT IN PRIME LOCATION This conveniently located Mount Gambier stone home offers the perfect first home or investment opportunity. The home is situated on a sizable allotment with beautiful established gardens, two good sized bedrooms with an additional room that could be utilised as a third bedroom, study or sewing room, kitchen with electric cooking, bathroom with bath shower & vanity with a separate toilet.

FOR RENT - 12 LAKE TCE WEST

$430/WEEK BEAUTIFUL CITY VIEWS

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Four generous sized bedrooms, main with ensuite. Open plan kitchen and dining. Two living areas. Secure yard with electric gate. Available mid January. Bond $2580.00.


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THE ENTERTAINER'S DREAM! 6 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier • Positioned in one of Mount Gambier's most prestigious locations and a short stroll from both the Blue Lake and the CBD. • Offering all of the charm of an early 1900s character home combined with the convenience & WOW of a modern renovation. • Extensively renovated throughout, the modern kitchen and family area features high quality cabinetry and appliances, stone bench tops, a large chef oven and dishwasher. • The living area continues on to the alfresco entertaining deck at the rear via stacking bi-fold doors.

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11 Sutton Ave, Mt Gambier

3 Sinclair St, Mt Gambier

$249,000

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IDEAL FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT! 3 Honan Street, Mount Gambier

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• All 3 bedrooms have been recently carpeted and contain builtin robes. Spacious formal lounge upon entry with gas log fire. • Light and bright kitchen/dining area. Recently renovated, ultra modern laundry. • Large, western facing pergola area overlooking low maintenance year yard/courtyard. Double width carport attached to the home. • Recently replaced colorbond roof, brand new hot water service, fresh external painting completed, all the hard work has been done, simply move in and enjoy! $670,000

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IMMACULATE HOME, POPULAR LOCATION! 50 Derrington Street, Mount Gambier

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7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 5290 www.completerealestate.net.com

42 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier

$305,000-$335,000

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6 Bailey Street, Mount Gambier

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• Solid stone home with front deck space. • Lounge with gas heater and split system. • Sunken living room off lounge. • Kitchen with gas stove & ample cupboards. • 3 bedrooms, 2 with built-ins. • Garaging and carport space for approx.. 11 vehicles. • Access to rear yard from Crouch Street South. • Solar panels and rainwater.

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23 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier

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• Located just 2 blocks from She’s Apples, Coles & Aldi. • 4 bedrooms (or 2 living and 3 br). • Lounge with gas heating. • Updated kitchen with gas stove and pantry cupboard. • Bathroom with bath & separate shower. • Single Garage and access to rear yard.

Call Marika Hart or Kim Cawthorne on (08) 8725 5290 or 0499 165 271

7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 0500 www.herbertcommercial.com.au 2/6 Daniel Street, Mount Gambier

161 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

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357 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

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• Approx. 238m2 retail/office in high traffic corner location

• High profile main street location with street parking

• Modern office with reception, 3 x offices and board room

• Multiple entrances & roller door access to Davison Street

• Sole dry cleaning business in the city

• Massive warehouse of approx. 32m x 25m

• Air-conditioning throughout

• Increasing turnover and profitability

• Land size of approx. 1.12ha

• On site car parking for approx. 5 cars

• State of the art plant and equipment

• Great location in Western Industrial precinct

$23,500 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS

RLA 226179

$189,000 + SAV

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55 MEYLIN STREET, PORT MACDONNELL

16 O’LOUGHLIN STREET, NANGWARRY

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$239,000 - $249,000

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MORE SPACE THAN YOU ANTICIPATE! Large formal living room or 3rd bedroom  Spacious open plan with S/C heater & R/C unit  Awesome pergola area with blinds   Rear yard with private gate to reserve

Master suite with walk-through robe &  direct access to two-way bathroom Spacious kitchen with corner pantry & d/washer   Bedroom 2 with floor to ceiling BIR’s

Garage with internal access  Second toilet + laundry with great storage  Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346 6 MURNDAL COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

$229,000

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IDEAL PROJECT PROPERTY!

Spacious open plan kitchen/dining/lounge  Large shed with wood heater 

Lounge with s/c heating & A/C  Kitchen with gas cooking & vinyl flooring 

Short stroll from the foreshore, convenience  store, pharmacy, pub & community centre

Big yard with plenty of room for the kids   Gas hot water & rain water

Rear verandah provides perfect spot to relax  Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Perfect project property  Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410 57 COMMERCIAL STREET W, MOUNT GAMBIER

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Formal lounge with split system & gas heater  All bedrooms are spacious with built-in robes 

Commercial building of approx. 112m  Set on Northern side of the main street 

Undercover pergola plus rear yard access   Currently leased at $285 per week

Spacious, tiled retail space   Large office, store room & amenities

Open plan living area pleading to pergola  Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

Great investment opportunity  Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

2/89 JUBILEE HWY EAST, MOUNT GAMBIER

$295,000

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$399,000

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TIMELESS CHARM, ELEGANCE & HISTORY!

Two bedrooms with BIR’s  Open plan living area with gas log fire 

Limestone & Dolomite villa on 1456m2 allotment  Impressive 7ft bay windows & 11ft ceilings 

Undercover entertaining area   Double garage UMR with internal access

Formal sitting room with panoramic views   Formal lounge/4th bedroom with fireplace

Modern three way bathroom with spa  Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Rear pergola + landscaped yard  Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

9 BRIDGES DRIVE, SOUTHEND

9 NEILSON STREET, PENOLA

$259,000 - $269,000

$195,000

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Elevated allotment of approx. 699m   Unrestricted views over Rivoli Bay

Conveniently located 3 bedroom home   Spacious dining living with air con unit

Frontage of approx. 16.19m x 44.57m Deep  Unequipped bore on site 

Lovely pergola overlooking established  gardens + carport with rear yard access

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2 garden sheds, 2 rain water tanks + bore  Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

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$360,000-$380,000 3 1 2 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.

Appealing colonial style home – Big on space and solid construction. Boasting 4 double bedrooms & study/5th bed. Three living areas, double garage & outdoor entertaining. Fit for the largest family!

110 Bertha Street

16 Montebello Drive

22 Lansell Street

$349,500 3 2 4 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. 139 Cafpirco Road, Compton

E.O.I 3 1 2 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. 33 Acacia Street

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2/3 Henty Street

$239,000 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.

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157 Bay Road

$329,000 3 2 1 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.

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

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13 Coral Court

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

$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.

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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!

33 Wyatt Street

30 Umpherston Street

$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.

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

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$210 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, both with built in robes • Kitchen with gas cooktop and laundry facilities, front loader washing machine included • Spacious lounge / dining area with reverse cycle air conditioner and ceiling fan • Single carpark space • No pets

1/4 Coolabah 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!

$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.

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

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Avail 8/1/21

$220 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, both with built in robes • Open plan kitchen/dining area with electric cooking • Spacious lounge room with gas wall heater • Bathroom with separate bath • Single car garage • No pets

23 Cape Douglas Rd, Cape Douglas NEW

Avail 4/1/21

$400 pw 3 2 4 • 3 bedroom home on beachfront • Main with WIR & ensuite, BIRs in bedrooms 2 & 3 • Modern open plan family/living/kitchen with gas cooktop & dishwasher • R/C aircon, slow combustion heater plus under floor heating • Two way bathroom • No pets


Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

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. 131 Berkefeld Road, OB Flat NEW

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! $349,000 + GST 3 1 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. 103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$429,000-$449,000 4 2 2 A seaside dream! tastefully updated and offers wonderful multi-use accommodation (STCC) light-filled living with sweeping ocean views. A short stroll to Shops, Restaurants, Cafes and Beach. With so much potential it won’t last long!

$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!

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$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.

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$510,000-$540,000 3 2 6 A picturesque family home set on approx 6 acres. Open plan kitchen, dining, living with rev/cycle a/c and s/c heating. Jam packed with features including solar, plenty of shedding, beautiful gardens! 3A Gebhardt Close

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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.

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

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Commercial • 140m2 approx of flexible space • On site parking for staff • Currently used as a restaurant • Separate function room • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Exhaust in kitchen area included • Located in the CBD • Lessor incentive: Half rent for first 6 months of tenancy • Don’t miss out on this opportunity

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Sale 3 Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell $799,000 - $819,000 Open by appointment

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75 Gray Street, Mt Gambier $445,000 - $475,000 Open by appointment

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3A Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier $249,000 - $269,000 Open by appointment

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18 Marlow Court, Mt Gambier $79,000 Open by appointment

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This beautiful home is located opposite the Blue Lake on a large spacious allotment. A long driveway with an electric gate leads to a granny flat or studio that has two bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom. The lounge room offers timber flooring, RVCA, ceiling fan and an open fire place. It offers large windows leading to a large patio area with views. The main lounge room opens into a formal dining room. The main bedroom offers a large walk-in dressing room, statement window with built in storage/loveseat, a ceiling fan & a large modern ensuite. The kitchen offers a b/fast bar, s-steel electric oven, electric smeg induction stove top, d/washer & water filter tap. At the rear is a double colourbond shed/man cave.


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22 Tenison Dr, Mt Gambier

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14 Arthur St, Penola

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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24-26 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves $365,000-$375,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

10 Hammer Crt, Mt Gambier

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Jade 0421 383 368

Jade Martin 0421 383 368

167 Mt Gambier Rd, Millicent

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Units 1 & 2/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

15 Second St, Millicent

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45 Jubilee Hwy West, Mt Gambier

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Penny Crt, Compton

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Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

4 Watts Ave, Millicent

$289,000

15 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

Tanya 8724 9999

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

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11 Colins Crt, Robe

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$69,000

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18 Racketts Rd, Pelican Point

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier

Jade Martin 0421 383 368

64 Williams Rd, Millicent

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier

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$75,000

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Property Sales & Home Staging

A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au RLA 282 450

153-157 Penola Road, Mount Gambier

NEW > CHARMING CHARACTER HOME

Beautifully renovated character symmetrical cottage style home on a double allotment. Classic high ceilings and timber floors that lead into the main kitchen/dining area and adjacent lounge room. Kitchen has electric cooking facilities and dishwasher with a feature bay window overlooking the circular driveway. Light filled lounge room with free-standing slow combustion wood heater on slate hearth & ceiling fan with a decorative ornate marble mantle to complete the historical finishing’s. The home has 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’s. Spacious, recently re-modelled bathroom featuring a free-standing tub and separate shower. Incredible outdoor entertainment space, cladded insulated walls and ceiling, timber decking, clear PVC patio blind windows and built-in bar. $300,000-$325,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW 24 HEDLEY ST, MT GAMBIER $790,000

- Positioned in a premier location, this magnificent inner city home has been beautifully renovated - Superbly placed with views across the dining area and balcony, the kitchen is a cook’s dream with granite bench tops, Zip hydro tap and 900mm gas/ electric cooker - Double garage UMR, extra 9m x 7m garage with high clearance, plus 14m x 7m garage with w/shop Al Lamond 0418 849 266 NEW 10 MCGREGOR ST, MT GAMBIER $229,000-$239,000

- This solid brick and tile home has a central West facing lounge room with ceiling fan, slow combustion wood fire & central gas heating - Open concept dining/kitchen with original cabinetry, updated splash back & electric cooking - All three queen size bedrooms have BIR’s - Fully enclosed back yard and rear yard access to the single car garage with power Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW 53 HILL RD, OB FLAT $675,000-$715,000 30 ACRES

- Privately located well back from the road on an elevated allotment - Fenced into 3 paddocks (plus house yard) with established tree shelter belts - Separate shedding with rainwater plumbed to house & equipped bore to troughs - Purchaser has option to have an income from a casual lease if required Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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46 ASCOTT WAY, SUTTONTOWN E.O.I 1.97 HA

Expressions of Interest Closing Monday 11th January at 12 Noon (If not sold prior) - Breathtaking grounds offering stunning gardens and plenty of space - Home offers high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and a free-flowing floorplan - The four bedrooms are generously proportioned, the master has a fully-renovated ensuite & large WIR - 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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3 1 4 NEW 4 SIM ST, MT GAMBIER $225,000-$235,000

- Positioned in a tidy cul-de-sac you will find this lovely 3 bedroom brick and tile home - All bedrooms are carpeted with bedrooms 1 & 3 containing BIR’s - Separate lounge room with s/s air con and renovated kitchen/meals area with electric cooking, dishwasher & pantry - Offering a carport that leads through to the DBL garage Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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NEW 2/3 LOCKE ST, MT GAMBIER $119,900

45 WILLOW AVE, MT GAMBIER $799,000-$869,000

- Delightful two bedroom stone unit in a fantastic location - Features include open lounge/kitchen with gas heating, a/c unit & ceiling fan, gas cooking and pantry - Bathroom with shower and toilet and separate laundry, instant gas hot water - Outside offers a private courtyard with room to enjoy your own bit of garden

- 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

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 4 ASHBY DR, NENE VALLEY

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Final Bidding Stage Monday 11th January 2021 at 6pm (if not sold prior) - This two year old beach house literally has the beach at your front door and comes completely furnished - Designed to take in the sea views, with the living room having large glass sliding doors to look out at the everchanging ocean landscape - Undercover entertaining area facing the ocean - Securely fenced yard with brand new timber fence and wide gates for caravan, motor home or boat - Extras include 2nd separate toilet, 5000 gallon rainwater tank supplying the home & bore water with pump Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sara O’Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

38 Stiles Street, Mount Gambier

Sue Clements CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

NEW > STYLISH FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT

Modern, low maintenance and set in quiet location is this neat and tidy brick home located in the Montebello area. Inside are two living areas including lounge room plus open plan kitchen / family area with reverse cycle split system air conditioning. Neutral décor throughout makes it easy to dress up the home with your own furnishings. Electric stainless steel appliances including dishwasher complete the bright light filled kitchen. A separate passage leads to three carpeted bedrooms all complete with built in robes and nearby bathroom facilities. Generous sized low maintenance rear yard with pergola connected to the home with patio blinds for all seasons. $275,000-$285,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW 53 SUTTONTOWN RD, MT GAMBIER $329,000-$339,000

15 SILVERBROOK AVE, MT GAMBIER $429,000 HUGE REDUCTION

- Practical u-shaped, dual entrance driveway, remote garage & a covered 3.1m high clearance carport - The home features multiple living areas, an expansive lounge and dining area with gas wall heater & r/c air-con and a kitchen with timber cabinetry, high-end appliances and plenty of space - The backyard offers an undercover entertaining area and a massive 6mx5m shed with a 3mx5m addition

- 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 - Spacious alfresco living with the added bonus of an extra large paved pergola area & low maintenance grounds

Gail Richards 0409 268 199 49 KIRIP RD, GLENCOE

3 2 5 $320,000-$350,000 NEW PRICE

- Solid brick home on a 1960m2 allotment in the heart of Glencoe - Two spacious living areas include s/c wood heating and built in bar along with a separate games room/ fourth bedroom - Large country kitchen with dishwasher, breakfast bar & electric cooking - HUGE 18m x 5m outdoor alfresco area Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- 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

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21 WERONA ST, MT GAMBIER $239,000-$249,000

11 KALIMNA CRES, MT GAMBIER $519,000-$549,000 NEW PRICE

- Just one street back from the foreshore is this four bedroom, two bathroom home - Boasting stunning ocean views, natural light and sunshine and large windows framing the bay scenery to perfection - Double 9m x 9m car garage UMR with workshop - Flexible design allowing potential for dual occupancy the perfect property to Air BnB (STCA)

- 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

- 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

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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

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11 JACKWAY ST, BLACKFELLOWS CAVES $129,000

- Beautifully renovated stone home set on a 4058m2 allotment just a short stroll from the beach - Open plan kitchen/dining, huge tiled lounge area plus a huge rear under cover entertaining area - Colourbond shed 18m x 9m x 2.9m clearance has drive through access, workshop & loft - Rain & mains water supply and extra off street parking

- 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

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A facility to cherish Name for $57.3million development revealed

It means enjoy or cherish and that’s exactly what the Mount Gambier City Council hopes the community will do once the recreation and convention centre opens its doors. Work is well underway at what will now be known as Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre after a public vote selected the indigenous name for the city’s multi million dollar development. Demolition of existing facilities, upgrading of the outdoor 50m

pool and construction of the $57.3million dollar facility sees the Olympic Park site almost unrecognisable from its previous guise as an outdoor aquatic, tennis and netball centre. Wulanda is from the Bunganditj language, representing the Boandik community as the traditional owners of the land. “The Bunganditj Language Reclamation committee feel that the choice, Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre is an excellent combination of Bunganditj and English,” Bunganditj Language Reclamation Committee member Aunty Michelle JacquelinFurr said. “In terms of reconciliation it is important to recognise the long

Last call for leadership program Celebrating two very successful years with 30 graduates now making up the alumni, the regionally designed and delivered program invests in building a more diverse cohort of leaders within the Limestone Coast communities. Supported by Limestone Coast councils, local businesses, community members and industry associations through the provision of full and half scholarships, the community capacity building program is designed to overcome barriers that similar city based programs present in terms of costs for travel and accommodation, time away from work, and lack of regional context and networking opportunities. The intensive leadership program delivered by The Leaders Institute of SA, provides individuals who are ready to increase their leadership capabilities, the opportunity to build on their understanding of regional issues, foster stronger connections and local networks, increase selfconfidence to engage and lead. Scholarships offer Limestone Coast community members the opportunity to be able to undertake a regionally delivered quality program without the impact of financial barriers. Community Action Projects undertaken through the program, allow the participants to work in teams to address real issues from across the Limestone Coast, however the rewards and outcomes for the participants undertaking the program is without a doubt the journey. Anyone interested in more information about the program and the 2021 program dates are available at www.lclga.sa.gov. au/limestone-coastleadership-progra CLASS OF 2020: The graduating class of the 2020program at the Naracoorte Town Hall function.

association with country of First Nations People and to acknowledge their place in modern society.” City of Mount Gambier acting CEO Barbara Cernovskis (pictured above with City of Mount gambier Mayor Lynette Martin at what will be the entrance to the new centre) said it was also important the community had been part of the decision making process. “Now that we have a name, council will develop a brand that reflects the aspirations of the community for the facility to be a place that people want to visit, experience and return to,” Ms Cernovskis said. RECREATION CENTRE NAME RECEIVES TICK OF APPROVAL: (Left) Uncle Mikey Hartman, Cr Ben Hood, Mayor Lynette Martin, Cr Frank Morello, Belinda Bonney & Aunty Val Brennan at the unveiling of the centre name, which had to be held at council after the weather intervened at the official launch.

One pot Italian style chicken 1 tablespoon olive oil 20g butter 4 small chicken breasts fillets 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 80g (1/2 cup) sun-dried tomatoes, sliced 80ml (1/3 cup) white wine 250ml (1 cup) thickened cream 125ml (1/2 cup) Massel chicken style liquid stock 60g pkt baby spinach 1 cup fresh basil leaves, torn Crusty bread, to serve Method Heat the oil and butter in a large non-stick frying pan over high heat until butter is foamy. Season the chicken and add to the pan. Reduce heat to medium-high. Cook the chicken for 5 minutes each side to until just cooked through. Transfer to a plate. Cover with foil to keep warm. Place the garlic in the pan. Cook, stirring, for 1 minute or until aromatic. Add the tomatoes and stir to coat. Add the wine and cook for 1 minute or until reduced. Add the cream and stock. Return the chicken to the pan and simmer for 5 minutes or until liquid is reduced. Stir through the spinach until wilted. Season and sprinkle with the basil leaves. Serve with crusty bread.

Bringing joy to others More than art in the spotlight in classroom For the Grant High School Year 8 Visual Arts student, one art assignment in 2020 was about so much more than just creating artwork. While the main focus of the project was printmaking and researching the work of accomplished printmakers, including Margaret Preston, it was also about completing a community project – gift bags for the attendees at this year’s Community Christmas Lunch. Grant High School art teacher Ruth Stephenson was thrilled to be able to be a part of the Community Christmas Lunch, having been approached by lunch coordinator and former colleague Kevin Douglas. From an art perspective, the project was all about experimenting with visual arts conventions and techniques, including exploration of techniques used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait artist, and to represent that concept in their work. “The good thing was, while

they were researching Margaret Preston’s work and looking at the lino print making process, they were also asked to take a look at how Christmas is celebrated in Australia and just what is involved in the Mount Gambier Community Christmas Lunch,” she said. The end result has been not just a series of lessons on lino print making but also in giving back to

others. Each student, with students not just from Mrs Stephenson’s class but also Pariya Ziakas and Haylee Bowering’s students all participating, printed around four gift bags, including hand colouring their design, meaning attendees of the community lunch will receive their gifts in a bespoke, handcrafted gift bag.


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Sky’s the Limit Art Exhibition The Sky’s the Limit Art Competition was officially unveiled earlier this month, part of the new $9.2million dollar Mount Gambier Regional Airport Upgrade, also newly completed, on time and on budget with passengers already enjoying the space for almost two months. The entries to the 2D art competition will be on display until March 19 with the official unveileing hosted by District Council of Grant Mayor Richard Sage. “We hope that you will encourage your friends and family to visit this wonderful new facility, even if they aren’t here to fly, they can take a look at the redevelopment, view the exhibition and enjoy some great food and drink from the café,” Mayor Sage said. They will also be able to participate in the People’s Choice Award by voting for their favourite artwork and the winning artist will receive $250 and will be announced after the exhibition closes. Robe’s JoJo Spook won the overall $2000 prize, with three other category winners honoured - Painting Print making & Drawing and Textile & Mixed Media. 1. Three judges with Winning Entry Overall - the Rolling Hills of Hawker by JoJo Spook 2. South East Art Society outgoing president Kaye Ballintyne & incoming president Pat Boyd 3. Print Making & Drawing winner Libby Altschwager with Coastal Track 4. Judy & Ashlyn O’Hehir in front of Ashlyn’s work The Sky & Water 5. Mixed Media & Textile winner Anne Miles with Under a Big Sky 6. Daniel Roughana & his highly commended work Basquiat with Merilyn DeNys 7. Abi & Jayne Miller in front of Abi’s work Clouds & Sky 8. Mayor Richard Sage, Dr Ruth Schubert, Diana Wiseman, Dr Melentie Pandilovski & Anne Miles 9. Painting winner Diana Wiseman with The Freedom to Soar

Christmas Puddings 100g white chocolate melts 12 Arnott’s Royals chocolate biscuits 12 Jaffas Spearmint leaves, cut into smaller leave Method Place the white chocolate melts into a heatproof bowl. Microwave on Medium/50% power, stirring every minute until they are fully melted. Spoon the melted chocolate into a sealable plastic bag and snip one corner of the bag to make a piping bag. Pipe enough white chocolate on top of the biscuits, allow to drip down the side to resemble custard flowing over the pudding. Place a Jaffa on top and a small spearmint leaf each side of the Jaffa and secure in the melted chocolate.


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Growing family Opening their home in time for Christmas

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A one year old child unable to live with her biological parents will be surrounded by a loving foster family this Christmas as they share their first festive season together. Limestone Coast parents Brooke and Mark have extended their family of four boys, including four-year-old Harry, seven-yearold Charlie and two older sons of Mark’s, by welcoming the young girl. She was matched with the family through country agency ac.care, which was seeking a safe and nurturing home environment for the child under a long-term arrangement. Brooke said the extended family welcomed the news of her arrival and looked forward to sharing Christmas, and many other occasions, with an additional child. “We love Christmas and it’s always an important event for our family, but I think having that extra one, the first girl in our immediate family, will just make it perfect,” Brooke said. “She’ll play and be so excited with the boys in the morning and that time with family I think will be really great celebrating with a baby is always really exciting.” Mark added that their own parents also “doted on” the new member of the family as foster grandparents and loved sharing time together. The child’s biological parents also maintain a relationship with the young girl and her foster family, including periodic visits. Brooke and Mark were inspired by other foster carers and were happy to share their story in the hope more people may consider opening their hearts and homes to young people in need of safe homes.

“We had some family friends who had gone through the process to become foster carers and they were quite inspirational,” Brooke said. She said it took around 12 months from the couple’s initial inquiry with ac.care, followed by assessment and training processes, through to suitable placement matching and the arrival of their foster daughter, who is expected to remain in their care until she becomes an adult. “It was definitely, definitely worth the wait,” Brooke said. “The boys have been really good - they love her. They spend lots of time playing, spending time together and they now understand the process of foster care and are really happy to share that with their friends as well.” Brooke works at a kindergarten and welcomed access to 20 weeks of foster carer leave to help the young child transition

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into the family home. “Spending that time with her has been really valuable,” she said. “It definitely made it easier for us to go through that process and she has been very much a part of our family from the word go, which has been amazing.” Mark encouraged other people in regional South Australia who had considered becoming foster carers to contact ac.care and discuss their suitability. “When we’ve got her with us out and about in town and introduce her to people as our foster daughter, so many people come up and say ‘oh, we’ve really thought about becoming carers’ and it would be great to see more people take the next step,” he said. Call ac.care on 1300 ACCARE (1300 222 273) or visit accare. org.au to find out more about becoming a foster carer in the Limestone Coast. CHRISTMAS JOY: (Main ) Mount Gambier parents Brooke and Mark have welcomed a new member to their family, a one-year-old foster daughter, and brothers Charlie and Harry are looking forward to spending their first Christmas with their foster sister

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Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West dig deep

The Rotary Club of Mt Gambier West has made a significant donation to the Mount Gambier Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal of $2000. With COVID 19 severely curtailing the club’s fundraising efforts, the ability to contribute funds to community groups has been severely reduced this year but the club felt that the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal needed to be a priority, helping families at least end the year on a high with Christmas celebrations. President Andy Stott handed over the $2000 donation to City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin.

Through the Federal Government’s Energy Efficient Communities Program Coonawarra Jack Winery has been awarded a grant of $20,000. The grant will help Coonawarra Jack Winery to install LED lighting, Elesol Plate Filters (electric current filter) and Refrigeration variable speed drives. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin said local small businesses have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and the grants would be a welcome boost. “As we recover from the impacts of COVID-19, small businesses like Coonawarra Jack Winery will play a key role in our plan for a stronger economy,” Mr Pasin said. POWER SAVING: Melissa Ploenges (Coonawarra Jack Winery), Member for Barker Tony Pasin MP and Justin Robbie (Coonawarra Jack Winery)


RURAL RUNDOWN Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 53,210 new seasons lambs at Hamilton. The offering of lambs ranged from plain to excellent with similar weight range to the last sale the previous Wednesday with the heavy end showing the better quality. There was a full contingent of processors and restockers were in attendance however not all the processors were fully active. Restocking competition ramped up this week as well

as processors feeding on, with competition coming from all parts of the state including interstate competition and local areas. There was strong demand from all sections in a sale that was $5 to $10 dearer for the lambs to the trade and restocking lambs regained their loss on Monday to be $10/head dearer and more in places especially for the better bred lambs from first cross ewes. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer

made from $103 to $160/head, averaging from 800c to 1,000c/ kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $139 to $179/head to average from 750c to 810c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $170 to $218/head to average from 750c to 820c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $263/head to average 780c/ kg cwt

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers fell away again in the last sale of the year as agents yarded 7046 lambs and 2229 sheep to total 9275 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a large number of active restockers who bid strongly to secure supply. Quality fell away in the wooly lambs while more shorn types are coming forward as all buyers competed for supply which resulted in a dearer lamb market from $6 to $10 while the sheep fell in

price with some large falls of $15 to $20/head with more in places. Light lambs to the trade sold from $77 to $152 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection made from $140 to $164/head. Restockers turned light lambs back out from $50 to $136 and they paid from $138 to $160/head for those with more conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs sold from $151 to $178/head as most lamb sales made from 750c to 810c/kg cwt. Heavy

lambs were scarce as they were selling from $183 to $208 while the extra heavy pens made from $210 to the market high of $243/head. Hoggets sold from $116 to $180/head, Light ewes returned from $88 to $112/head. Medium weighted ewes sold from $108 to $133 with the heavy sheep making from $135 to a top of $190/head. Rams sold from $42 to $145/head. Naracoorte sales resume on Tuesday, January 5.

Mount Gambier Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers rose as agents yarded 11,662 lambs and 456 sheep to total a combined 12,118 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with a large field of active restockers. Quality was mixed with something to suit all buyers on offer ranging from light store types up to heavy export weighted lambs as the market followed other trends to be dearer in price on the lambs. Light lambs to the trade sold from $85 to $148 with strong restocker competition here as they sourced light lambs from $58 to $115 and paid from $132

to $162/head for those lambs in better condition. Trade weight 3 score lambs sold from $154 to $184 as these lambs sold from mainly 770c to 810c/kg cwt to lift $5/head in price. Heavy lambs made from $178 to $216 to jump $10 as the extra heavy lambs sold from $206 to the market high of $244/head. Hoggets sold from $126 to $185/head. The light ewes made from $110 to $118/head. Medium weight ewes sold from $130 to $155 as the heavy pens made from $150 to $170/head. Wethers sold to a top of $170/ head. Rams sold from $60 to $78/ head.

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Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers reduced for the last sale of the year as agents yarded 911 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers, with both feeders and restockers present and active across the offering. Quality was generally good as some mixed demand from the buying group provided some mixed results as cows and bulls were easier, as vealers remained steady. The remainder of the market sold to dearer price trends. Vealer steers to the trade ranged from 400c to 420c, as

similar vealer heifers returned from 388c to also average 420c/kg. Restockers sought steers from 397c to 424c, as feeder orders were active on steers to 426c, and heifers from 369c to 407c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade rose 4c, and they ranged from 338c to 390c, with similar heifers making from 362c to 392c/kg. Feeders were active on steers from 322c to 400c, and on heifers from 325c to 387c/kg. Grown steers to the trade lifted 15c to 20c, and ranged from 293c to 370c, with feeder support from 370c to 383c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade sold

from 280c to 366c, as feeders sought supply from 328c to 375c/kg. Manufacturing steers made from 243c to 317c/kg. Heavy weight cows eased up to 6c as they returned from mainly 264c to 295c, with an isolated sale to 310c/kg. The light weight selection made from 232c to 255c, as feeders were active from 245c to 270c/kg. Heavy bulls to the trade ranged from 238c to 265c, with light weights to feed reaching a high of 396c/kg. Sales resume at Naracoorte on Tuesday, January 5, at 9am.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS MONDAY Agents yarded 31,904 new seasons lambs at Hamilton last week. The offering of lambs ranged from plain to excellent with similar weight range to the last sale on Monday but without the very heavy end on Wednsday with the lambs in the 22kg and over categories showing the better quality including some lighter end lambs suitable for the trade. Not all the regular processors as well as restockers were in attendance and fully active. Restocking competition came from Bendigo, Horsham, Shepparton, south east South Australia and local areas. In a sale that was firm to $5 dearer for light trade weight lambs

to the trade, some lambs back to the paddock were $10 per head cheaper in places depending on the breeding, the regular trade lambs 22 to 25kg were firm and the heavy weight 26kg and over were stronger by up to $10/head Restockers paid from $71 to $155/head. Feeders paid from $128 to $156/head. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $71 to $155/head, averaging from 750c and 1000c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18

Numbers fell as the rain came down in the last sale of the year with agents yarding 704 head. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with both feeders and restockers active over the offering. Quality was mixed however buyer demand was very good as they sought stock for the holiday period with some large increases in price being the end result. Vealer steers to the trade made from 387c to 440c with similar heifers selling from 368c to 420c as vealers rose 20c/kg with more in places. Feeders operated on steers to a top of 387c and restockers turned these steers back out to 430c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade lifted 12c as they made from 364c to 401c with similar heifers returning from 344c to 385c/kg. Feeders operated here on steers from 375c to 424c and heifers sold from 380c to 389c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks were small in number and made from 348c to 392c to lift by 20c to 40c/kg. Feeders sought supply from 375c to 404c seeing these with a 30c/ kg rise. Grown heifers to the trade made from 285c to 374c with feeder support here from 361c to also 374c as manufacturing steers sold from 230c to 305c/kg. Heavy cows rose 10c as they sold from 256c to 300c on a small supply with the lighter types making from 200c to 254c, whilst feeders sold from 210c to 287c/kg. Bulls made from 240c to 270c/kg.

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It’s not all bad... Like me you’ve probably seen all kinds of videos and memes over the last ten or so months about 2020. It’ll be a picture of a scene from Back to the Future with Doc saying, “Marty, whatever happens don’t go to 2020.� Or a video of a kid playing golf and smacking the ball into their Dad’s nuts with the comment, “If 2020 was a game of golf.� The clear implication is that 2020 is just a terrible year and we all need it over with so that we can go back to having good years. There’s a couple of things I’d like to say about that. Number one, unless I’ve missed a memo or some announcement on Tik Tok, we’re not going to hit January 1st 2021 and things are going to magically go back to

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“normal�. I’ve just checked my Twitter and there is no Tweet from Covid-19 saying, “Well my work here is nearly done. Have a great Christmas and I’ll see you all back here for our next pandemic in 2120!� There’s still a bit of water to go under the bridge yet, everyone, so don’t start standing close and breathing all over me in queues at the supermarket just yet. My second more important point would be, has 2020 been the problem or our outlook on 2020? I don’t want to sound like a motivational speaker trotting out all my latest catchphrases and hippy claptrap, but I would like to suggest that we all adjust our thinking. I quit having bad days in the year 2000. I certainly haven’t had bad years since then either. It was a conscious decision I made. I was a typical introspective teen who spent my time moping about and feeling hard done by the world. But in 2000 I decided that I would no longer have bad days. I quit cold turkey, and I haven’t had a bad day since. That’s not to say that bad things don’t happen at times. But if a bad thing happens on a day, that doesn’t make it a bad day. I don’t have bad days, remember? I quit them. It’s still a good day, but something bad (or multiple things) happened. I’m still upright and turning oxygen into carbon dioxide. I still have people I care about and who care about me. There is still the hope of good things to come tomorrow and the day

after. That counts as a good day as far as I’m concerned. If I get to a point where I can’t perform that complex chemical process (breathing), I no longer have friends or family (or a cat), and I can prove definitively that there is no hope of anything positive happening tomorrow (there is an asteroid hurtling towards Earth that is going to connect tomorrow), then possibly I will concede it’s a bad day. Having said that if that asteroid is hurtling towards Earth, I’ll probably scoot down to Maccas for breakfast, have some hotcakes and a couple of hash browns, and boom that’s still a good day. I hope that doesn’t sound trite. I know that there have been people who have had terrible things happen this year. Businesses have had to close and people have lost their livelihood. People have been unable to attend funerals of loved ones. People have died. It has been a particularly challenging year and there have been times when we’ve all been anxious and fearful as to how we would be impacted personally. But here we are heading towards Christmas, still battling our way forward. That’s got to be a positive right there. Despite everything that has been thrown at us this year, we are still fighting our way forward. 2020 hasn’t beaten us. I’m a big believer in growth coming from struggle. If we don’t face challenge, then we never become the best version of

ourselves; we’re only half of what we could be I read a story once of a man who saw a butterfly struggling to free itself of its cocoon In his kindness he decided to cut the butterfly free. Several hours later the butterfly had not flown. It still had a bloated body and stunted wings. What the man did not realise was that the struggle from the cocoon forces blood and fluids from the body of the butterfly into its wings and without the struggle it had missed this opportunity. The butterfly spent its entire life in this condition. Likewise for us, the struggle is where we find how strong we are and truly grow to our potential. In 2020, people have still had babies. They’ve still got married (maybe not with all the guests they would have loved to have there). They’ve still made new friends. They’ve still made wonderful achievements in their life. They’ve still read great books. They’ve still appreciated the wonders of nature around them. They’ve still spent time with their loved ones. Some horrible, bad things have happened in 2020, but it hasn’t

been a bad year. It’s been a year of growth, learning, reinvention and challenge. If it’s only a good year when nothing bad happens, then none of us will ever have a good year. That’s just the human condition. Good things happen. Bad things happen. Deal with it. Now as long as we can get through Christmas Day without killing one or more members of our families, we can look forward to more great days in 2021. I hope I haven’t used up all of my strength and willpower throughout the year. Thanks to everyone who has read my rubbish this year. Big thanks to those who have emailed me at some point or another. It’s always nice to know that people are still reading. Sorry I haven’t responded. I’m hopeless like that. A huge thanks to those who have done the hard work this year, police, firies, and particularly all the doctors, nurses and others working in health professions who have been on the frontline. Let’s see if we can all stay safe and be sensible over Christmas and the new year. They deserve a bit of a rest by now, and we should be able to help them with that. Finally thanks to Jason, Di and the whole crew down at Lifestyle1 who allow me to make out I’m a writer each week. Never gets old seeing my article printed in these pages. Have a blessed, rest-filled Christmas everyone. If you think I’ve got a future as a motivational speaker, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

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Noel Barr Toyota Production Supervisor We are seeking to fill the position of a Production Supervisor. This role will require you to have superior communication skills, vision and flexibility, adaptability and strong time management proficiency. The successful applicant must be able to demonstrate the ability to: • Proactively maintain an ongoing relationship with current clients addressing their needs and requests, to proactively seek new opportunities and clients and to promote our Company products and services. • Oversee all aspects of workshop activities involving mechanical, heavy and light fabrications. • Control of team job performance involving labour and material costs, preparation and maintenance of production schedules. • Quotation preparation. • White Card, Crane/Forklift licence desirable but not essential. Attractive Salary Package commensurate with experience. Comprehensive Job Role and Functions available on request. Please forward your resume to Krueger Engineering, Email: assistant@krueng.com, Phone: (08) 8726 2200. Or drop in to 2 Harrald Street, Mount Gambier.

Apprentice Automotive Technician Noel Barr Toyota is a leading guest focused automotive dealership; looking for an Apprentice Technician to expand our Service team. Backed by the most trusted car brand in Australia; the successful applicant will undertake their apprenticeship through the Toyota Institute and have access to leading development programs. Applicants must have an interest in the automotive industry, a willingness to learn and the ability to work productively with a strong focus on workmanship. Must hold a current driver’s license. If you want to develop your skills, enjoy coming to work and be a part of a great team – Forward your resume or expression to apply to gwright@noelbarrtoyota.com.au

Qualified Automotive Technician Noel Barr Toyota is a leading guest focused automotive dealership; looking for a Qualified Automotive Technician to expand our fastgrowing Service team. Applicants must have previous experience in all necessary aspects of vehicle mechanisms and systems; including engine, drive train, chassis and electrical. Further training and education is available through the Toyota Institute to grow and expand on previous skills. Must hold a current driver’s license. Wages are structured on previous experience. If you wish to join a friendly team and work with a world leading automotive brand in a modern facility – email your resume or expression to apply to gwright@noelbarrtoyota.com.au Interest in these positions will remain strictly confidential

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is a dynamic Early Years - Year 12 Catholic co-educational College with over 1300 students. The College is situated in

Human Resources Advisor Initial 18-month contract role

OneFortyOne knows how important it is to manage our plantations for the long term. In growing the ultimate renewable, we support jobs, the economy and regional communities. 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. This is an exciting opportunity to join one of the region’s most sought after employers of choice as this high profile, values lead and community connected business continues to grow. Reporting to the regions Head of Human Resources, as Human Resources Advisor, you will be a key member of the Mt Gambier based Human Resources team, as you support and partner the business taking responsibility for but not limited to the following: • Scope to build best practice HR Process • Development and implementation of HR/Payroll initiatives and practices • HR/Payroll policy oversight and documentation development • Supporting leaders with general HR/Payroll practices • End to end recruitment A curious, can-do and creative mindset with plenty of hands-on experience establishing HR systems and processes will be ideal as this progressive organisation moves towards HR best practice. Strong records management and document control with great attention to detail will be essential as will your open, communicative and partnering stakeholder management approach. Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

Appropriate tertiary skills together with relevant experience as part of an HR team is preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Contact Susie Rogers 0n 0414 350 762 or email susie@rusherrogers.com.au to apply.

picturesque grounds on the outskirts of Mount Gambier, SA. We are seeking a suitably qualified staff member for the following position in the Sugarloaf Café, commencing in Term 1 (January) 2021.

• CHEF / COOK (EDUCATION SUPPORT OFFICER) with commercial cookery experience and customer service. The successful applicant would also have barista skills or a willingness to learn these skills. 19-25 hours per week, 39 weeks per year. All Staff must be prepared to support the Catholic ethos of the College and participate in our Pastoral Care Program. A Position Information Document in relation to this role may be obtained from: http://www.tenison.catholic.edu.au/ourcollege/employment. Potential applicants MUST submit with their application, an Applicant Declaration Form, obtained from: http://www.tenison.catholic.edu.au/__files/d/12351/ ApplicantDecForm.pdf. Please email your application, including contact details of three recent referees, to Mary de Nys, HR Officer, Tenison Woods College, at denym@tenison.catholic.edu.au. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 4.00pm MONDAY, 11 JANUARY 2021


EMPLOYMENT Kiln Operator Jubilee Sawmill

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. 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 are passionate about being a great place to work. Reporting to the Kiln Manager and working as part of a small team; your main responsibilities will be to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the Kilns, associated equipment and operate forklifts on a continuous 24 x 7 shift operation. To be considered for this position you will need to be able to demonstrate experience or skills in: • Ability to follow written procedures/instructions • Basic to intermediate computer skills including scanner use • High Risk Forklift license • Effective interpersonal & communication skills • Physically fit and able to work outdoors Knowledge of Kiln Drying, Air Dry Yard functions, timber sizes and density grades would be highly regarded. This is an annualised salary position. Enquiries about the role can be directed to Roger Davis on 08 8721 2827. Send applications by COB Friday 15 January 2021 to Karen Shanahan karen.shanahan@onefortyone.com

200g Arnott’s Choc Ripple biscuits 70g (2/3 cup) desiccated coconut 100g butter, melted 3 teaspoons gelatine powder 500g cream cheese, chopped, at room temperature 140g (2/3 cup) caster sugar 300ml carton thickened cream 125ml (1/2 cup) seedless raspberry puree 2 teaspoons vanilla bean paste 16 fun-size Cherry Ripe bars 24 Cherry Ripe Minis bars, 8 halved horizontally Method Grease a 4cm deep, 17 x 27cm slice pan. Line the base and 2 long sides with baking paper, allowing the long sides to overhang. Process the biscuits and coconut in a food processor until fine crumbs form. Add the butter and process until well combined. Spoon into the prepared pan. Use a straight-sided flat-bottomed glass to press the mixture evenly over the base. Place in the fridge for 20 minutes to chill. Meanwhile, place 60ml (1/4 cup) water in a small heatproof bowl. Sprinkle with the gelatine powder and stir until well combined. Place the bowl inside a larger heatproof bowl. Pour boiling water into the larger bowl until it reaches halfway up the side of the smaller bowl. Set aside, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes or until the gelatine dissolves. Use electric beaters to beat the cream cheese and sugar until smooth. Gradually add the cream, raspberry puree and vanilla bean paste. Beat until combined. Add the gelatine mixture and beat until combined. Pour the cream cheese mixture over the biscuit base. Smooth the surface. Place in the fridge for 6 hours or overnight until set. Arrange all Cherry Ripe bars, some cut-side up, in a pattern over the cheesecake (see photo as a guide), trimming to fit if necessary. Use a small sharp knife, dipped into warm water and wiped dry, to cut into pieces to serve.

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THANK YOU Jim Lee Please accept this as our personal thanks. We would sincerely like to thank all Dad’s friends and health professionals for their kindness to him and our family feel privileged to have so many supportive friends. Your kindness and support to our family during this sad time was very special to us. You all helped us to cope with what was a difficult time and your kindness will never be forgotten. Special thanks to everyone that donated to the RFDS in memory of Dad. Vicki, Kerrie, Tony and Families

EXCAVATOR OPERATOR FULL TIME POSITION BRUHN Limestone is seeking a person to join its quarry team. The successful applicant will need to be an experienced, competent and licensed Excavator Operator. The majority of duties will involve excavator operations to support the preperation and sale of ‘Aglime and Road Base’ products. Experience in the areas of operating a crushing plant, loader, and use of general equipment is highly desireable, but training will be offered in these areas to the successful applicant. Please forward your resume and details to admin@bruhn.com.au for consideration.

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Central still undefeated East on top

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Bruce Morale clocks up 400 games

Tight race in Barber Shield

In the last round of games for 2020 Central drew first blood against South Indians in the top of the first. Consecutive safehits to Kyall McClean and Nathan Meinck set Central up and then McClean scored on a hit from Dylan Gull which resulted in a wild throw and Koby Chant batted in Meinck. Gull was batted in by Ethan Chuck who hit safely to leftfield and when they got their chance South could only manage to peg back the score by one. Hayden Battye picked a base on ball and scored on Jesse Balshaw’s sacrifice fly to rightfield. The Indians tightened the scoreline in the fourth adding one more. Bruce Morale, in his 400th game, after hitting a two-bagger was batted in by Brian Whitwell when he hit safely for his first of three safehits for the game. The Magpies added runs in the fifth and sixth both unearned when Chant in both inning found himself at first after his hits created errors and he was batted in on both occasions. Two more were added in the top of the eighth, again both unearned. With two out, McClean’s hit to leftfield was dropped and Meinck was hit by the pitcher. Dylan Chuck’s hit into the infield created an error which saw McClean score and Meinck added the second on a wild pitch. South added their third and final run in the bottom of the inning when Bruce Morale from his third safehit of the game finally scored on Steve Isaccson’s hit into an infield error. Central rubbed salt into the wound in the top of the final inning adding four. Jordan Aston singled, Ethan Chuck drew a walk and Alex Ridding’s hit to centrefield was put down. Aston crossed homeplate on a wild pitch and McClean also drew a walk. Meinck’s hit to rightfield scored both Ethan Chuck and Ridding and Dylan Chuck’s safehit to leftfield scored McClean. After having bases loaded with none out in the even inning the Central defence held tight not allowing one of those runners to add to South’s score. Central took the win eleven runs to three to maintain their unbeaten run. Central had 12

East Gambier has maintained its hold on top spot going into the Christmas break in Mount Gambier & District Cricket Association Barber Shield action with a comprehensive one day victory over Mil Lel. An 83 run second wicket stand between Alex Hentschke (40) and Emmerson Marks (33) laid the groundwork for the challenging target of 173 for victory and the Mil Lel chase never really gained any momentum. Kevin Thomson, Marks, Liam Turley and Hentschke all chipped in with multiple wickets to ensure the green caps fell well short. South Gambier posted a defendable 9/131 in its McCorquindale Park clash with Penola but skipper Mark Smith (pictured) ensured it was never enough with an entertaining, unbeaten 83 that included eight fours and two sixes as the Eagles cruised to victory. The Malseed Park clash between North Sportsman’s and West Gambier was almost over before it began as North stumbled to 42 from 23.3 overs with Richard Crute taking a stunning 5/4 from his 4.3 overs. West passed the lowly target having lost only two wickets and went on to secure a 86 run victory with Sam Willis top scoring with 24.

safehits, two walks, two hit batters, 7seven RBI, two K’s, left 10 runners on base and made three errors. South had 10 safehits, three walks, two RBI, 10 K’s, left 10 Runners on base and made 11 errors. On Saturday at home, Millicent hosted a travelling Federal. The Demons were first on the board in the top of the second. Alex Reppin drew a base on ball and Matt Nicholls flyball to centrefield was dropped. Reppin managed to steal home and Nicholls was batted in by Jack Howard’s hit into an infield error. Kial Poole, leading off for the Bandits in the even inning hit first base after an infield error and was batted in by Saxon Altschwager. Millicent added two more in the next inning to take the lead. Jack Hateley hit into an infield error as did Darcy Pink. Hateley crossed the plate on a wild pitch and Pink scored on a wild throw. Federal hauled one back in the fifth when Alex Pearson picked a walk and was given the free run on a pitcher’s balk. Not to be outdone, Nick Pink for the Bandits hit safely to centrefield and crossed the plate on another wild throw from the Federal infield. In the very next inning Millicent took the game by the throat. Anthony Mutton singled, Jesse Altschwager found himself at first on another infield error. Nick Pink’s hit to the infield caused another error which saw both Mutton and Altschwager score. Pink crossed home plate on Hateley’s infield out. Tim Nieuwenhuizen picked a walk and was batted in by Saxon Altschwager’s rightfield safehit. Millicent’s final two runs came in the bottom of the eighth. Nick Pink singled to leftfield followed by Hateley’s single to rightfield. Pink scored on Darcy Pink’s sacrifice fly and Hateley crossed the plate on Tim Nieuwenhuizen’s double to left-field. The Demons made no impression on the scorebook in their final at bat leaving Millicent winners ten runs to three. Millicent had nine safehits, three walks, five RBI, three K’s, left seven runners on base and made two errors. Federal had four safehits, three walks, one hit batter, one RBI, six K’s, left six runners on base and made seven errors. RESULTS Division 1 Central 11 (Jordan Aston 3, Kyall McClean, Nathan Meinck, Koby Chant 2, Dylan Chuck, Ethan Chuck, Alex Ridding) d South Indians 3 (Bruce Morale, Brian Whitwell 3, Hayden Battye, Ben Morale, Dean Hamilton, Decan Joyce); Millicent 10 (Nick Pink, Saxon

Altschwager 2, Jack Hateley, Darcy Pink, Tim Nieuwenhuizen, Anthony Mutton, Jesse Altschwager) d Federal 3 (Alex Pearson, Clay Carpenter, Matt Nicholls, Josh Wilsmore) Division 2 Central 17 (Mitch Cutting, Lauchie Tilley 3, Dylan Scheidl, Blade Sturges, Ben Green 2, Brad Lynagh, Leigh Kent, Brad McDonnell) d South Indians 1 (Brian Whitwell, Christian Greco, Ken Rowe); Central Magpies 19 (Mark Kilpatrick 3, Joshua Chuck, Sam Shaw 2, Patrick O’Hehir, Kody Shaw, Brad Braithwaite, Justin Tzioutziouklaris) d Federal 0 (Matthew Nicholls, Andrew Hughes, Hamish Telford) Division 3 Central 16 (Steve Kuhl 4, Dean Cutting, Alex Ridding 3, Chris Tzioutziouklaris 2, Anthony Ridding, Herb Meinck, Andrew McClean, Brenton Lockwood) d Millicent 2 (Kyan Chittleborough); Naracoorte 17 (Ryan Whitwell 5, Ashley Cross 3, Kristopher Keeping, Brandon Klun, Kentaro Sisson 2, Tom Paech, Brady Fox, Kynan Druwitt, Billy Blacker) d Central Magpies 5 (Sam Henschke 2, Luke Patching, Andrew Hoath, Ross Peters, Bill Stephenson); Tigers 2 (David White 3, Phil Clark 2, Darcy Perry, Leigh Edwards, Kevin Telfer, Alby Bossi) drew with South Indians 2 (Jacob Ireland, Peter Walter, Jason Henke, Marcus Sertori) Junior League Central Magpies 10 (Rhys Earle 2, Blake Vause, Brodie Berkefeld, Owain Earle, Lachlan Brierley, Orlando Vause) d South Indians 9 (Abby Joyce, Jett Lewis 2, Deegan Habner); Tigers 12 (Ki Mullan 2, Luke Stubberfield) d Federal 1 (Liam McDonald) Little League South Indians 6 (Linkin Ratcliffe, Phoenix Cole, Jett Lewis, Oliver Plunkett, Amelia Ireland) d Millicent 3; Tigers 15 (Jai Hillstone, Harrison Elletson, Henry Martin, Declan Polkinghorne 2, Will Humphries, Banjo Sampson, Luke Seager, Joe Box) d Federal 3 (Solomon Telford, William Vincent) Minor League Central 8 d Tigers Orange 2 (Hayden Thompson); Tigers 5 def Federal 0 (Forfeit) SOUTH SUPERSTAR: (Above) Bruce Morale representing Mount Gambier as they claimed the State title in 2018 and (left) - Pitching for South indians in the 2018/19 grand final.

RESULTS BARBER SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) Penola 164 d South Gambier 9/131 South Gambier 9/131 (D. Somerfield 32; N. Seager 26; R. Drenthen 17; L. Jones 3/26; M. Wayers 2/19; Z. Williams 2/36) Penola 164 (M. Smith 83no.; M. Waters 23; D. Vine 4/28; J. Opie 2/48; N. Seager 2/8) East Gambier 8/172 d Mil Lel 101 East Gambier 8/172 (A. Hentschke 40; E. Marks 36; T. Younghusband 28no.; K. Thomson 26; C. Megaw 2/37; D. Williamson 2/39) Mil Lel 101 (L. Gibbs 27; C. Lock 15; K. Thomson 3/18; E. Marks 2/25; L. Turley 2/27; A. Hentschke 2/13) West Gambier 9/128 d North Sportsman’s 42 North Sportsman’s 42 (J. Schutz 11, E. Fisher 10; R. Crute 5/4; L. Brown 2/20; K. Chapman 2/13) West Gambier 9/128 (S. Willis 24; C. Prior 23; R. Crute 19; J. Backwell 18; I. Mulraney 2/28; K. Strawbridge 2/15) CROUCH SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) Yahl 112 d South Gambier 84 Yahl 112 (A. Crouch 37; T. Clarke 18; no bowling details available) South gambeir 84 (No batting details available; L. Gray 4/16; A. Thomson 3/13) East Gambier 5/107 d West Gambier 77 West Gambier 77 (S. DeJong 16no.; L. Rothall 16; J. Cornolo 15; B. Clark 4/13; C. Lynch 2/9) East Gambier 5/107 (M. Roberts 24no.; M. Pilmore 16; C. Lunch 15; S. DeJong 3/15) COX BROS SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) Kalangadoo 7/178 d North Sportsman’s 69 North Sportsman’s 69 (No batting details available; A. Mulraney 3/13; B. Newton 2/12; R. Carlson 2/19) Kalangadoo 7/178 (S. Casey 62; B. Newton 56no.; A. Stone 18; no bowling details available)

Glencoe 7/176 d Mil Lel 119 Mil Lel 119 (No batting details available; C. Vine 4.30; D. Vine 2/15) Glencoe 7/176 (M. McGrath 46ret.; M. McIntyre 40; D. Vine 25; C. Vine 22; no bowling details available) Tarpeena 7/142 d Gambier Central 5/132 Gambier Central 5/132 (D. Durston 43; W Flier 25; no bowling details available) Tarpeena 7/142 (No batting detailas available; A. Stockwell 3/49 O‘DONOHUE SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) West Gambier 6/93 d Mil Lel 5/84 Mil Lel 5/84 (B. Pfitzner 14ret.; M. Little 10ret.; J. Leishman 10; J. Judd 2/6) West Gambier 6/93 (J. Prior 12; M. Cornolo 11ret.; J. Judd 10ret.) East Gambier 4/113 d South Gambier 6/91 South Gambier 6/91 (N. Sims 17; M. Sims 16ret.; E. Sims 9no.;) East Gambier 4/113 (J. Lawreence 30rfet.; J. Sullivan 22ret.; O. Bennett 20ret.; R. Lawrence 13) HALL TROPHY (ONE DAY MATCHES) East/North Gambier 93 d Mil Lel 4/17 Mil Lel 4/71 (A. Virtanen 18ret.; B. Pfitzner 13ret.; H. Hicks 10ret.; no bowling details available) East/North Gambier 93 (No batting details available; G. Little 3/8; V. Radley 2/6) Millicent 3/140 d West Gambier 32 Millicent 3/140 (S. Hunt 25ret.; O. Fitzgerald 14ret.; C. Hateley 13ret.; K. Gibson, R. Lindner 12ret.) West Gambier 32 (T. Hammond 4no.; O. Howell 2/8; A. Lindner 2/3) SIMS SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) Mil Lel Green 1/104 d Penola 6/63 Penola 6/63 (L. Baverstock 14ret.; P. Lydeamore 12ret.; R. Grigg 3/5; H. Virtanen 2/7) Mil Lel Green 1/104 (H. Hicks 26ret.; T. Virtanen 13ret.; A. Allen 11ret.) Mount Burr 2/79 d West Gambier 5/70 Mount Burr 2/79 (H. Baker 27ret.; C. Taylor 16ret.) West Gambier 5/70 (J. Hewlett 13 rret.; B. Noble 11) Millicent 4/151 d Mil Lel Gold 3/62 Millicent 4/151 (R. Lindner 33ret.; T. Lawlor 22ret.; N. Fitzgeralnd 18ret.) Mil Lel Gold 3/62 (I. Stafford 10no.; G. Little 8ret.) South Gambier White 2/99 d Glencoe 15 South Gambier White 2/99 (C. Clayfield 18ret.; J. Geary 16; O. McCracken 14ret.; L. Cameron 13ret.) Glencoe 15 (S. Haase 2ret.; C. Fear 2/1; C. Clayfield 2/0). North Sportsman’s 3/128 d Gambier Central 7/65 North Sportsman’s 3/128 (O. Vause 17 ret.; K. Mulraney 12ret/; K. Rainey 2/10) Gambier Central 7/65 (B. Vorwerk 12no.; O. Vause 2/2)


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Down to the last play

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The first clash of the day saw rivals Wanderers and Concordes White go head to head. Wanderers were the only team to beat Concordes in the first round and Concordes were certainly looking to even that up heading into the Christmas break. They got the jump start early, scoring four runs in the first thanks to safe hits to lead off Jo Hopgood, Maddy Sutherland and Megan Wombwell. Wanderers took some time to get going but came back hard, forcing some errors from the Concordes field and scoring two runs in the second innings. Dana Jones and Emily Sutherland both then got themselves on base with safe hits for Concordes, and Hopgood then timed it well to clear leftfield’s head for a double, scoring both runners. Wanderers were not done though, and scored three in the next to bring the score to 6-5 concordes way at the start of the last innings. With Concordes needing to hold Wanderers to win, they got the first two batters out, and very nearly won the match when Daniela Waters almost pulled in a screamer at rightfield off the bat of Em Hart (above left). Hart took advantage of the life and made her way to second, where she was then scored by a hit that fell right in the gap by Fiona Finch, which tied up the scores at six apiece with Finch on second and young gun Lily Clifford-Finch up to bat. Clifford-Finch then smoked one to second base, but she could not quite beat the throw by Emily Sutherland, which saved the game for Concordes as Finch would have scored had it not been for the out. All in all it was a very exciting match, decided by the last play of the day, ending in a fitting draw between two teams who will be looking to go deep in the finals series this year. The second game was also a close tussle, between ladder leaders Warriors Blue and Concordes United. Warriors

looked well on top early, scoring five runs in their first at bat thanks to safe hits from Daena Wombwell (above right) and Bec White. In the second innings however, with two down, Concordes started a rally and scored five of their own, thanks to safe hits by Angela McDonough and Dana Jones, along with some uncharacteristic fielding errors by Warriors. Warriors regained the lead shortly after though thanks to a double from White and a bomb from Leyna Bruggemann which scored them both in one hit. Concordes scored one in the next innings and then two in the one after that, and all of a sudden they were up 8-7 and the pressure was unexpectedly on Warriors to score in the last innings to win. They showed why they are top however and rose to the challenge, scoring three thanks to a string of safe hits including terrific pitch selection and hitting by Kirsty Young and Alison Schultz. In the field both Bruggemann and Dana Jones pitched very consistently for their respective sides, and Young had a ripping game at third base, making a number of strong throws to first to get the outs. For Concordes Sarah Thomson took two incredible over the shoulder catches, one of which resulted in a double play for her side. Best with the bat were Dana Jones with four safehits, and Bec White and Daniela Waters with three. RESULTS Warriors Blue 10 (B White 3, D Wombwell, L Bruggemann, A Schultz 2, L Feast, K Young, M Chuck) d Concordes United 8 (D Jones 4, D Waters 3, B Von Duve, H Taylor, A McDonough); Concordes White 6 (J Hopgood, M Sutherland 2, M Wombwell, K Altschwager, D Jones, E Sutherland) drew with Wanderers 6 (R Smith, S Moretti, F Finch, I Goldsmith); Demons 13 (S Beck 3, Mackenzie Millard, C Manning 2, H Burner, R Mathers) d Warriors White 1 (Bri Dunn, K Doyle)

OPEN WINNER: Open Category winner Jeremy Kent with club secretary Michael Gates (Sponsor Elders Mount Gambier)

JUNIOR WINNER: Brodie VonStankeDowie with sponsor representative Cameron Scheidl

SUB JUNIOR WINNER: Declan Wright with sponsor Peter Klieve

VETERANS WINNER: Club secretary Michael Gates with winner Chris VonStanke Snr (Sponsor Graham Lamond)

SENIORS WINNER: Club secretary Michael Gates with winner Chris Wright (Sponsor Peter Telford)

LADIES WINNER: Sponsor Jeremy Kent with winner Sonya Vanderhorst

Mother Nature has her say at Attamurra A large field of 41 ladies planned to play a stableford round last Wednesday, but

Mother Nature had other ideas and following a constant downpour, many ladies decided not to play. Only 14 remained in the field and the competition was reduced to a 9 hole competition on the front nine. Regular player, Bernie Jennings who enjoys the hot weather and clealry doesn’t mind the rain either’ was the winner for the day finishing with 18 points, which included three pars on a very sodden course. Runner up on a countback was captain, Faye Mainwaring recording two pars and a birdie while newcomer, Vicki Clark finished third with 16 points. Due to the very wet conditions and small field, prizes including a ham were held over to this week when the ladies will play an 18 hole stableford competition for the Christmas goodies. The competitions through to the end of January will be

stableford only. On Saturday, 22 ladies competed in the stableford competition and high scores were recorded. Maxine McGregor’s score of 38 points was enough to take the prize of a Christmas ham. McGregor (pictured) played a steady first nine before registering 22 points on the homeward nine which included four three points and a four pointer on the 17th hole. Rosemary Martland who was runner up with 37 points including a birdie on the 9th hole won a turkey roll with Penne Saffin finishing third with 36 points taking home the Christmas cake. Helen McIntyre and Vicki Clark each scored a ball for their birdie. Chris Morrison won the pro shot on the 8th while Chris Galpin was the winner on the 16th hole for nearest the pin. Seven ball rundown winners required 32 points or better to claim a ball.

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Dethmore storms home in road race

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Bryant and Kidman battle out minor placings Warm and windy conditions greeted the Mt Gambier Cycling Club members who took to Caves Road for a 20km race, the second last of the current Spring/Summer series. The club was also pleased to welcome Rohan Garfoot for the race, who joined the race from across the border. With the north easterly breeze blowing, crosswinds were the order of the day, and teamwork was going to be very important. First riders to leave were Jason Buckland and Michael Dethmore, given a five minute head start on the next group of riders, and 13 minutes ahead of the final group. At the five minute mark, the group of Pru Riddoch, Jen Buckland, Sarah Dally, Riley Hill,

Jamison Buckley and Brady Dethmore set off in pursuit of the frontrunners. Four minutes later a group consisting of Naomi Feder, John Cranwell, Paul Brooker and Bruce McLaughlin began the race,

Kent claims sporting clays Champion of Champions

followed one minute later by Garfoot, Malcolm Tirabassi and Rob Mann, then the final group of Dave Bryant and Nick Kidman began their chase just one minute further back. By the turnaround point, Michael

Dethmore was feeling strong and had already started riding solo away from his fellow rider. The following groups were working well together, and making some headway into the gaps of the other riders. The final two groups had come together, with Kidman and Bryant driving Garfoot and Mann hard to catch the rest. Within the final four kilometres, Michael was still riding strongly out in front, trying to keep away from the strong group of McLaughlin, Feder, Cranwell and Brooker, who were closely followed by Kidman and Bryant. By the finish line, Michael Dethmore had managed to hold on to the lead to finish with a time of 41:01. Second and fastest

Ladies dominate vets tennis

Jeremy Kent has won the 2020 Sporting Clay Champion of Champions shoot off at the recent Christmas shoot at Burrungule Park. Kent along with Gavin Dyson and Ken Atkin qualified for the end of year shoot off having won a monthly Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun over the year. Atkin shot 45/50 whilst Kent and Dyson, both on 46/50, took it to sudden death to decide a winner. Clay targets were pushed out further and shooting positions were pulled back to create an extreme test of skill and concentration in front of large group of onlookers. Kent held his nerve shooting 11/15 to take out the Kevin Dyson Trophy, sponsored by Elders Mt Gambier, by a single target over Dyson.

Doing their local club proud

Twenty-two South East Senior Tennis players travelled to Wattle Range earlier this month and enjoyed tennis and a sumptuous lunch in the bush in warm conditions. Gayle Davis and Trish Douglas were declared the winners with Helen Rathjen and Bob Brown finishing runner up. The next event will be held at Blue Lake Sports Park on January 17 at 11am. FESTIVE WINNERS: Bob Brown, Trish Douglas, Gayle Davis & Helen Rathjen.

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Five Mount Gambier Cycling Club junior riders headed to the Adelaide Veoldrome for the SA Track Titles. Harry Opperman and Niel Van Niekerk competed inUnder 17, Emma Van Niekerk and Freya Miller in Under 13, and Molly Opperman at Under 11 level. All riders posted personal best times in all events which was a result of some hard training sessions with coaches. Matthew Opperman, Mark Wight and Mike Bakker were the coaches that gave up their time and shared their expertise. Sights are now set on Christmas carnivals and the Mount Gambier Cycling Club track carnival in early January. ON TRACK: (Back) Harry Opperman & Niel Van Niekerk and (front) Freya Miller, Molly Opperman, &Emma Van Niekerk

The 2020 Sage/Martiensen Memorial Team Shoot was recently competed for at the Christmas sporting clay shoot of South East Field & Game at Burrungule Park. The handicap event was won by the VonStanke Family (above left) represented by Brodie, Will, Shakielle and Chris VonStanke, while the Off The Gun was won by Jamie Dunn, Nicola Harradine, Dane & Ben Hastings (above right). Richard Sage and family sponsored the event

was Bryant, stopping the clock at 42:11 for a racing time of 29:11 and rounding out the podium was fellow backmarker Kidman. They were followed by Feder, McLaughlin, Brooker and Cranwell, who had managed to stay as a group for the entirety of the race, then Garfoot, Mann, Hill, Brady Dethmore, Jason Buckland, Dally, Riddoch, Jen Buckland and Buckley. Tirabassi unfortunately did not finish the race. CAVES ROAD RACING: Michael Dethmore (far left) powering to the line to win the race and Dave Bryant outsprinting Nick Kidman (left) to take second place and fastest time honours

First timer dominates South East Golf veterans

On a hot day 60 South East veteran golfers arrived at Kingston and the scoring was very ordinary. The course was in great condition bu by thier own admission, the oldies just couldn’t score. Terry Chant from Millicent had 36 to win First Division from Doug Robbins and Dean Starling with 35. Second Division went to Glen Tilley, from Millicent, with 32 from the local lad Swampy on 31, and Trev Williams on 30. The ball rundown went right down to a low of 26 points. The Ross Orchard trophy went to Gus Petrikowski and Wayne Dunford. NTPs were Colin Wright and Peter Zacker. Peter, of Kingston had a big day out as today he joined the Vets for his first game, then had an eagle on the seventh to go with his NTP. With that kind of success, he is expected to join the boys again. A further two joined up for their first outing today, Kym St. John, of Robe, and Lynden Cox, from Kingston.There was also a visitor from Apollo Bay, Danny O’Meara, the first Victorian for a long while. The next game in the new year is a return to Kingston on January 18 followed by Robe on Feb 1.


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Touches: Mike Bleby [Lions] 5. Ian Kuchel [Jack Attack] 3. Allan Rolfe [X Factor] 4. Rhonda Slaape [Beanz Team] 3. John Chalmers [Max’s Fours] 3. Winners Tonight Red Division: Rovers [Mick Pedlar, John Buhlmann, Jan Buhlmann, Roger Buckmaster] defeated Somerset Legends 29+12. Great Northern Clams 27+5. Tant Tigers 27+4. Sparkies 26+4. Jack Attack 26+3. Blue Division: Max’s Fours [Max Blacketer, Fay Richards, John Chalmers, Graeme Loveday] defeated Lions Rams 27+11. Mossies 27+8. Somerset Seniors 26+3. Bits & Piees 26+1. Birdies 25+2. White Division: Rotary [Peter Gregurke, Eddie Hann, Brian Haines, Tony Morello] defeated Gizzies Crew 28+6. Beanz Team 27+4. Bedford Butterflies 26+2. Lion Cubs 25+1. The Millicent Bowls Club will look to complete the interrupted Night Owls competition in the New year even if some modified playing conditions need to be put in place, including reducing the number of ends. WHITE DIVISION WINNERS: Eddie Hann, Tony Morello, Peter Gregurke & Brian Haines

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Earlier this month, the Mount Gambier & District RSL Night Owls competition wound up its COVID interrupted season. The final games saw an overall narrow victory to the 2018 and 2019 runners up team of Darryl Cameron, Alan Hill, Frank Cronin and Tony Burch. It is now time to register yor interest for the 2021 Night Owls competition - a 3 Bowl Triples Competition to be played on the January 5. 12 and 19. The Night Owls Fours will then start again and will be held on February 9, 16 anad 23 and March 9 and 16. Please contact Graham Crowder on 0428 936 682 or thMount Gambier & District RSL Bowling Club (08)8725 9515 for further details.

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The RSL Bowling Club President Graham Crowder was recently inducted into the Past Presidents Association of SA at a fun social day at the Millicent Bowling Club earlier this month. Graham’s wife Jane was also given an associate membership to the association. The day consisted of two games of eight ends played in a fours format with the overall winners of the day coming from the RSL Bowling Club - Veronica Opie, Lindsay Moyle, Alex Heesemans and Nancy Horrigan. PRESENTATION: Past President Association of SA president Lyn Chirgwin presents Graham Crowder and Jane Crowder with their memberships

Men’s aggregate winners

Thursday’s Mens’ Aggregate drawn competition had 24 bowlers attend in what turned out to be a reduced programme due to the persistent rain. The games were in a 2-4-2 format played in pairs. The winning pair for the day was Ron Edlington and Alex Heesemans (pictured) who managed to win their game with the largest margin being 27 points. There is no Men’s Aggregate on Christmas Eve but it will return on New Year’s Eve. Saturday Social Bowls at the RSL Bowling Club was played and the winning team for the day was David Burge and Sandi Elliott. Saturday social bowls will return on January 2.

Competitive Christmas shoot The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its Christmas competition in favourable weather conditions with just slight winds. Excited shooters contested the five events to try and win the special Christmas hams and Koonara Wines. The O’Connor & Graney 25 Target Double Barrel Championship was first up with some high scores attained resulting in shoot offs. Surasak Pienudomkijert (Skye) 30/30 took out AA from Andrew Hoare 29/30 and Greg Kessegian 75/76. Heath Telford 39/39 won A from John McIntyre 37/39 and Robert Atkinson 40/43. Tristan McKinnon 51/51 edged out Darren Murrell 50/51 to take out B, with Ben Fisher 24/25 finishing third. Mick Rudd 25/25 won C from Stewart Humphries 24/25 and Ricki Kelly 24/26. The Koonara Wines Side by Side Championship was keenly contested as all competitors had to use the old side by side barrelled shotguns and this is the only competition for these during the year. Declan Wright 24/24 (pictured) won overall, while Andrew Hoare 20/20 took out AA from Don Pratt 24/25. Heath Telford 25/28 won A from Andrew Jenkins 24/28, while Ben Fisher 19/20 won B from Darren Murrell 18/20, with Declan Wright 20/20 taking out C from Doug Rohde 18/20. The next event was The Eye Station 10 Pair Novelty Double Rise – a difficult event, testing shooters’ reflexes and accuracy. Surasak Pienudomkijert 29/30 took out AA from Dougal Simson 28/30 and Don Pratt 29/30. Robert Atkinson 17/20 won A from Dale Robertson 16/20 and Andrew Jenkins 24/30, while Daniel Ashby 28/30 won B from Ben Fisher 26/30 and Tristan

McKinnon 25/30. Peter Klieve 17/20 won C from Doug Rohde 16/20 and Stewart Humphries 14/20. The Club 10 Pair Deauville Doubles with drawn partners saw shoot offs needed to decide the winners. Dougal Simson and Wayne Evans 14/14 from Gavin height and Brian Case 13/14 and Tom Jenkins and Heather Ryan 19/20. The Annie Oakley event, where all shooters line up on the same back meterage and continue to shoot until they are shot out, leaving the last few marksmen are back to the fence line and Dougal Simson was the 2020 champion. The SE Autotrade High Gun of the month was won by Don Pratt 91/97 after a shoot off, while the yearly Club High Gun was convincingly won by Andrew Hoare and the Mount Gambier Club yearly aggregate which was expertly shot and also taken out by Andrew Hoare. The club is now taking a break ahead of the January 9 and 10 Two day Supershoot with $20,000 worth of prizes to be won over the six events.

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Borderline Speedway has two bumper programs on the horizon Having finally kickstarted its 2020/21 season, the Borderline Speedway is moving full steam ahead with a meeting this Monday, December 28 and following that with a Friday, January 8 event. Buoyed by the success of the season opener . Borderline officials have no reason, weather aside, to doubt the next two meetings will be equally successful. Nominations were strong for the season opener and already look promising for the two upcoming events, while the ticketing online and other COVID protocols also enjoyed smooth sailing. Sprintcars, Mod Lites, Street Stocks and Super Sedans feature on the December 28 meeting, with Speed Cars, which are only just

up and running for 2020, Wingless Sprints and Formula 500 on the program on January 8. The December 28 Super Sedan racing will welcome in form Victorians Lucas Roberts and Ash Burgmeier to the field, with South Australia’s Ryan Alexander also one to beat. “Alexander will definitely be on the pace,” Borderline president Cary Jennings said. “And there will be plenty of other South Australians in contention.” It will also see the debut of Sarah Pope in this class. “It will be good to see a lady mixing it with the boys,” Jennings said. The MJS Street Stock Series has a genuine local flavour with Jayden Edwards looking to go back to back after his Riverland victory

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night for schedulers and the South Australian motor racing star, while Trevor Knuckey brings the star power to the field. Officials are also expecting mor than 30 sprintcar entrants, with everyone from opening night committed to the December 28 meeting. “I just hope Glenn Sutherland can get his car back together ready to race after hitting the wall the other night,” Jennings said. Numbers are already looking promising for the January 8 meeting with more than 40 Wingless Sprints expected and 30plus Formula 500 cars – with both those events part of the Victorian series. “We just want to put on two big nights of racing ,” Jennings said.

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