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ISSUE 867 - Wednesday, February 3, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |







History making Best in South Australia Sustainable fashion event wins top State award citizenship ceremony Record number of new citizens swear their allegiance on Australia Day in Mount Gambier

ABOVE: Recycled Runway chair Leanne Dunn was proud to have the sustainable fashion fundraising event named the Community Event of the Year at the South Australian Australia Day Awards ceremony. See inside for full story

Ready for action in 2021 ABOVE: City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM (left) oversaw the largest citizenship ceremony in the city’s history on Australia Day. She is pictured with Zawadi, one of the new citizens part of the record breaking ceremony. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER. See inside for full story.

State Parliament resumes this week and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell already has a comprehensive to-do list for 2021 as he looks to improve life most importantly in his electorate but also South Australia in general.

There is no denying his top priority - mental health – an ongoing concern that the local MP believes could become an even greater issue when JobKeeper winds up and many people find themselves in a tight situation

again. While the Member for Mount Gambier concedes funding for acute mental health services have improved, his concern is the work required for pre-acute services. See inside for full story



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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 3-3-2-1 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-30-33 Financially a very progressive period and some luck in money matters also. People whom you already know could be of help. Some exciting surprises in your romantic life coming up.

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(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 3-2-6-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-25-40-44-45

Some travel plans could go astray but wherever you go or what ever you do will be very successful. Someone you have not been sure about will show their value.


(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-6 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-25-36-39-3 Good period for your romantic interludes and new friendships but do keep out of the way of irritating people to keep peace and harmony at your place. Keep your eye open for business deals.


(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 2-3-2-1 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-8-33

Because of some sudden travel arrangements your love life could suffer a bit. But business and finances should be benefiting and adding to your extra buying power also some bargains about.


(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Mauve Racing Numbers: 2-3-2-3 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-3-36-39-5

Tact and diplomacy will get you a long way now so keep out of trouble with loved ones by not getting involved with things that do not concern you. Money should be a little easier to come by.


(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 2-1-3-5 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-40-22 People in the position to help you could do so now if approached the right way. Try not to be too critical about loved ones, it will only lead to conflict within the family members.


(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 2-6-9-8 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 8-12-5-16-20-33

Big changes coming up and many of them because of some new friendships. Keep a tight eye on your possessions as it is not a good period for lending or borrowing something might not come back.


(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 2-1-3-6 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-40-33 There should be much more happier times ahead and more interest in you personally. Romance department looks good but keep your cool if a new romance is developing it might take time to adjust.


Lucky Colour: Pink Lucky Day: Monday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 1-5-9-6 Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-4-20-29

People might not be too keen in sharing your ideas and you might have to make up your mind on your own as to whether or not to tell them your ideas in the first place.


(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 1-3-9-5 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-40-33 If planning a new business or starting something ahead of time you could do with expert advice. If you feel that you have not had the chance to say your piece, do it now.


(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 1-3-6-9 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-29-8-7 Try not to worry about things that might not even happen. A positive outlook will achieve much more. It could be a good period for love and new interests in this field.


(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 1-3-6-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-40-22 You could get a surprise in your love life but a pleasant one. Lots of new ideas and many of them will become very profitable for you. Luck with someone born in September. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 | (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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ABOVE: Citizen of the Year Rosalea Collins; Jan Lineker; Mayor Anita Rank; : joint Senior Citizen of the Year Jan Lineker; joint Young Citizen fo the Year Lily Irwin; (and above right) joint Young Citizen of the Year Emily Eastman. The power of music and its ability to unite the community was recognised at Glenelg Shire’s Australia Day events, with Musical Mates champion Rosalea Collins awarded the shire’s top honour. Ms Collins’ was named the 2021 Glenelg Shire Council’s Citizen of the Year at Australia Day ceremonies in Portland and Casterton. Reflecting on Ms Collins’ achievements, Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said Rosie had given “life and hope to the community” when it needed it the most in 2020. “Rosie has been the driving force behind the highly successful Glenelg Shire Musical Mates online group, offering the gift of music to enrich and brighten the lives of local people in isolation,” Cr Rank said.

“…music has never been more important in uniting our community and providing meaningful connections, especially during a time where social contact was limited…” Cr Anita Rank “Music has never been more important in uniting our community and providing meaningful connections, especially during a time where social contact was limited. The Glenelg Shire Musical Mates group was a saving grace to many, providing regular entertainment and a chance to listen to much loved local artists. “The platform has also served to provide support for musicians of all abilities, to give them an opportunity to play together while in isolation, through the power of social media and modern technology. “Through the power of music, she has utilised this universal language as an effective common ground in a year of keeping apart. It is people like Rosie who make Glenelg Shire such a wonderful place to live and we thank her for her selfless contributions to our community, particularly during such challenging times.”

OTHER AWARD WINNERS: Joint Senior Citizen of the Year – Desmond Wombwell (posthumous) and Jan Lineker The late Desmond Wombwell lived his whole life in Casterton and throughout his 84 years was always looking for opportunities to give back to his beloved community. Des (pictured below far left) was actively involved with the local sporting associations, umpiring cricket and football for most of his life, and even received a 50 Year Service Award from Cricket Victoria to honour his dedication to the sport. Outside of sport, Des’ volunteer efforts were extensive, dedicating his time to groups and services such as the Baghallah Hall Committee, Uniting Church, Casterton Cemetery Trust and the Lions Club of Casterton. Des devoted his life to helping other people, whether it be through sport, church, service club or the local community. Portland’s Jan Lineker has been volunteering in the Portland community for more than 30 years and

Joint Young Citizen of the Year – Lily Irwin and Emily Eastman Lily Irwin, from Portland, is an outstanding young volunteer and leader, championing causes such as education, the environment and health and wellbeing. She has organised lunchtime clean ups with staff and students at her school and has educated the wider school community on reusable plastics and minimising waste. She regularly volunteers for several organisations, including the State Library of Victoria, Kick Start and Landcare Victoria. Lily was also recognised as the 2019 Junior Landcare Award Recipient and was the National Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient 2019. Henty’s Emily Eastman has achieved more for her community in a matter of years, than many people do in a lifetime. She is currently raising funds for Hair with Heart through the Variety Children’s

has been an exceptional role model and mentor for local youth. She has been a dedicated Girl Guide Leader for the past three decades, working with girls and young women helping them to become confident and valued members of the community. She is also a Glenelg L2P mentor, volunteering her time and knowledge to ensure local young drivers have every opportunity to obtain their probationary licence. Beyond youth guidance and mentoring, she volunteers each week for a Justice of the Peace signing centre at the Library, dedicating her life to help our community.

Charity, cutting off more than 30cm of her hair to donate to wig creation. Emily has raised $773 and counting towards this important cause. Emily also volunteers for several local organisations, including the Lions Club Charity Dinner and Heywood Rural Health, assisting with the activities in the Aged Care area. Emily is a self-motivated and selfless volunteer and is passionate about helping others.

Best in South Australia Sustainable fashion event wins top State award

For the second year running, Mount Gambier has made its mark on the State stage at the South Australian Australia Day Awards. In 2020, Mount Gambier’s Caitlin McMahon was named the Young South Australian of the Yearn and this year it was the sustainable fashion fundraiser, the Recycled Runway, that secured the South Australian Community Event of the Year.

What started as a one-off event to celebrate World Environment Month – with Trudy-Anne Doyle and the Mount Gambier Library’s Kristi Brooks at the helm, has been a mainstay on the city’s evens calendar ever since, developing and evolving every year while maintaining its primary focus – promoting sustainable fashion. Event manager Leanne Dunn said it was the support of the

City of Mount Gambier and the community more broadly that the event continued to go from strength to strength. “Events like Recycled Runway are not possible without the generosity of sponsors and volunteers,” Leanne said. “In a year like no other, we appreciate even more everyone who contributed no matter how big or how small as we know so many businesses have been doing it tough since the pandemic struck. The Mount Gambier business community are amazing and have always been fantastic at supporting local events.” The school competition has developed into a critical aspect of the annual event, while in 2020 the addition of the Ashlee Lauren Sustainable Fashion Scholarship took the event to another level, while the continued and increasing support from fashionistas in the community has also ensured the Recycled Runway’s continued success. “Recycled Runway would not even be an event though without

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the contestants who spend month working on their creations,” Leanne said. “At its heart Recycled Runway is an event to highlight the issues of fast fashion and textile waste but as well as a great fundraising night out it has provided an opportunity for people with a love for fashion to showcase their talents – whether it be in design, sewing or modelling.” With eight years under their belt, Recycled Runway organisers are now looking to set up similar events in other regions in the State and are hopefully the exposure from the 2021 Australia Day honour will make that job even easier. “The Premier spoke to me after the awards and was genuinely interested in then event and how we want to roll it out in other areas, not just in South Australia but perhaps even nationally,” Leanne said. “We were lucky enough to have the ear of his Excellency the Governor and the Premier and made sure we took the opportunity to remind them of all the talent that can be found in regional communities and especially Mount Gambier.” There is already strong interest from Robe to set up their own sustainable fashion event and securing not just the Mount Gambier Community Event of the Year but the State event

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Tales from the woods Story collection captures 40 years of stories from the State’s forests It certainly didn’t start out as a book but then the anecdotes accumulated, the memories built up and compiling a four decade career and the experiences that ensued seemed the most natural thing in the world. So, this Sunday, at 2pm, at the Millicent Library, Michael Bleby is set to unveil his debut book, Forestry Tales, a collection of short stories from life in the field. It all started with Michael compiling his experiences for national journal articles and industry newsletters and more recently, has seem him preparing talks for service clubs, schools and community groups and as the interest in his personal anecdotes

grew so did his realisation, a compilation of a 40 year career in the forestry industry might just be something people wanted to read. The book is self published, including the photographs, illustrations and layout, and does not just focus on trees but on the characters Michael has met and the experiences he has had over the years, including poignant personal experiences of Ash Wednesday when he lived at Mount Crawford in the Adelaide Hills, to life in the forest at Mount Burr. “I have had some wonderful and unusual experiences and in the end they were stories worth telling,” Michael said. “The stories just kept building up and people kept encouraging me to put them together somehow in a book. My wife was a secondary teacher so she cast her eye over it but the rest is all my work.” From catching feral goats in the Adelaide Hills to movies being shot in the State’s forests under his care, to army training in the depths of the State’s plantations, Michael’s stories are as varied as they are entertaining. “When you look back it is quite amazing the different things you are asked to do as a district forester,” he said. “There is a chapter on dealing with the police and the law around rubbish dumping and also a chapter on

tracking kangaroos in the days before radio tracking – we could basically recognise them.” Michael writes about life in the fire towers and also supplying Christmas trees. “I used to deliver the Christmas tree to Government House so that always had to be a good tree,” he said. “I also used to supply the tree

for Victoria Square in the city.” The book launch is at 2pm this Sunday and it would be appreciated if you could RSVP by emailing library@wattlerange. or phoning (08)8733 0903 by Friday for catering purposes and to comply with COVID restrictions.

“... I have had some wonderful and unusual experiences...” Michael Bleby FORESTRY TALES – IN MICHAEL’S OWN WORDS

“As a school leaver I was seriously considering ‘outdoor’ career options when the work and lifestyle of a Forester became appealing. Going to University for 4 years to study Forest Science was within my capacity, so I applied for and obtained a State Government Studentship and commenced a career in plantation softwood forestry. The State’s Forest Reserves were divided into Districts located in the Mid North and the Mt Lofty Ranges, with the bulk of the forest estate in the high rainfall areas of the South East of South Australia. Each District HQ was a settlement in the forest with housing for the District Forester, the forester staff, supervisors, some forest workers and their families. Also at the depot was the office, the truck and machinery sheds, the student’s quarters, store rooms etc. and often a tennis court, with plenty of space for our growing children. The work of an operational forester in managing large tracts of Government land revolved around the establishment, maintenance, protection and harvesting of the plantation forest and conserving the associated Native Forest Reserves. In the course of my postings to various parts of the State, there were numerous incidents, people and everyday events, that were not necessarily directly concerning the business of tree growing, but were nonetheless a real part of District work. My initial thought was to jot down some of these happenings for my immediate family and for posterity. As the number of recalled tales grew, a book began to emerge and I was encouraged by the interest by others in these yarns. Some of the many and varied stories have become the subject of talks given to service clubs and the like. So here is my illustrated collection of short stories about real experiences and reflections gathered over a 40 year career in forestry, which hopefully delivers an insight into the interesting and sometimes quirky events that were part of everyday life. “

Celebrating our rich heritage Mount Gambier Australia Day celebrations and what the award winners said

FUSS Advanced Skin & Body Lynette Martin OAM (CITY OF MOUNT GAMBIER MAYOR) “We reflect on our values, we reflect on what we stand for. Our rich heritage stems from the contributions made by us all.” Faith Monger (YOUNG CITIZEN OF THE YEAR) “I’m honoured to be receiving this award. Ross Parkinson (who nominated Faith) is the true definition of a community minded person and someone I look up to. I enjoy every moment of volunteering over the years. I also need to thank my parents for the opportunities and support they have provided. I am reminded by the saying ‘find a way, don’t find an excuse’.” Dulcie Hoggan (JOINT CITIZEN OF THE YEAR) “I’m proud to receive this and to share this honour with Pam (Moulden) and her family. A big thank you to the people of Mount Gambier and surrounding areas for following the lymphedema story. It

makes you very proud to be part of the Australian community.: Ian Moulden (representing his late wife JOINT CITIZEN OF THE YEAR Pam Moulden) “If Pam were here today she would be truly humbled by this award. It’s a massive honour to receive this award. To get this on Australia Day means a great deal to my kids and me. Never ion their wildest dreams did they imagine receiving such a prestigious award. When we were first told we were overwhelmed with joy and sadness at the same time knowing {am wasn’t here to enjoy it.” Nel Jans (ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP AWARD) “I’m very honoured and grateful to receive this. Thank you to all The Junction volunteers past and present and all those who support our work. When I moved here migrants were expected to assimilate but now it is about integrating and keeping their culture alive. The Junction is about

giving people opportunities to grow resilience and empowerment to manage their mental health in a positive way.” Alan Warden (SENIOR CITIZEN OF THE YEAR) “I am proud to accept this – really proud. It is something that happens to everybody else but me. You don’t do it for glory you do it because you want to.” Leanne Dunn (representing COMMUNITY EVENT OF THE YEAR – Recycled Runway) “Thanks to the City of Mount Gambier for nurturing community events like ours. It’s the involvement by the community for the community that makes this such a wonderful community. The event is all about highlighting the issue of fast fashion and external waste. It allows people with a love of fashion to showcase their talents – design, sewing or modelling.”

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CEO storytime returns Business leaders face toughest challenge This month will see the return of United Way Glenelg’s Magic of Storytime after last year’s schedule was interrupted by the pandemic. The program will pick up directly from where it was left with CEOs delivering their toughest career challenge yet, reading aloud to children. CEOs from Portland’s business and community sector will read their favourite childhood book to local children providing a rich and meaningful experience and sparking the children’s imagination at a time when they are most curious about the world. United Way Glenelg executive officer Nicole Carr said it was important to get children excited about reading, inspire their imaginations and let them have fun with stories. “The Magic of Storytime builds on the work of the Dolly Parton Imagination Library, encouraging the whole community to get behind early literacy, improving language and literacy skills,” Mrs carr said. “It improves outcomes for families, ultimately preparing the child for school.”

The 2021 program will kick off with Julie Amor, from Kyeema Support Services. Julie will read one of her favourite books Slinky Malinki by Lynley Dodd. Glenelg Libraries children’s and youth services officer Casey Marlow will support Magic of Storytime by reading several additional books. Lookout in March, for when Keppel Prince Engineering general manager Dan McKinna reads Something Wonderful by Raewyn Caisley & Karen Blair The event is COVID-19 safe but it does mean no activities and singing at this stage. Children attending will have the chance to win a copy of the book being read and every child will be given an activity pack to complete at home. This event will be held Friday beginning at 11amm with limited numbers so bookings are essential. Contact Glenelg Libraries on (03)5522 2265. This is a FREE event. CEO Magic of Storytime runs the first Friday of every month during school terms from 11am at Glenelg Libraries Bentinck Street, Portland.

A partnership with United Way Glenelg, Portland Aluminium and Glenelg Libraries supporting the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. For more information on the CEOs Magic of Storytime go to United Way Glenelg Facebook events page www.facebook. com//unitedwayglenelg/events or contact Nicole Carr on 0410 513 305 or mail@unitedwayglenelg. KICKING THINGS OFF: Julie Amor from Kyeema Support Services is looking forward to reading to the children this Friday.

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It might not sound like a bucket list experience but attending a citizenship ceremony should be on everyone’s to do list. Perhaps when it is a birthright, the magnitude of the honour and what it means to those pledging allegiance to a new country can be lost but as the City of Mount Gambier hosted a citizenship ceremony on Australia Day for around 50 new citizens – more candidates than the city has ever seen at one swearing in – the pride on the faces of every new citizen was indefatigable. You did not have to know even one of the people promising to call Australia home to be moved. Whether they were in stunning national dress from their country of birth, whether they were decked out in their Sunday best or whether they embraced the casual tone of Australia when it comes to pomp and ceremony, they were all respectful of the occasion and thrilled to be able to officially be anointed Australian citizens. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM oversaw the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre hosted event, which followed the city’s Australia Day breakfast and awards ceremony. “I’m delighted to be conducting this citizenship ceremony on Australia Day,� Mayor Martin said. “It is one of my favourite events I participate in as Mayor of Mount Gambier. I am pleased to see so many candidates here today and I congratulate on coming to the decision to become a citizen.�

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Record number of new citizens swear their allegiance on Australia Day in Mount Gambier

The Mayor tapped into the sentiments of Federal Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alex Hawke, “Our history and culture has been forged over thousands of years,� Mayor Martin quoted. “Australia has succeeded as a nation by embracing and defending our national values. We believe in the freedom and dignity

of each individual. We are a resilient nation. Our social cohesion has never been more important. Australia is a place where you can realise your aspirations and reach your full potential.� Mount Gambier vocalist Alison Newman led the national anthem at the ceremony after every new citizen was welcomed by the Mayor, receiving a certificate, bouquet of flowers and a gift bag. “Your Australian citizenship is a symbol of your commitment to Australia and your formal membership of the Australian community,� Mayor Martin said. Lifestyle1 is going to tell the stories of some of these new citizens in coming editions. PHOTOS COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER

Kylie Boston has taken on a new challenge, accepting the role of Women in Business & Regional Development (WiBRD) executive officer. Kylie brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to drive the organisation as it looks to continue to advocate for this region, nurture and development business opportunities and continue lifting its profile within the community. A councillor for the District Council of Grant, Kylie (pictured) has more than 30 years experience working with not-for-profit organisations, businesses, boards and committees managing projects, events and acting as a company secretary for organisations including Top Pork, DairySA and the International Red Dairy Breed Federation Kylie will be taking over from Lydia Mules, who has accepted a role with the Limestone Coast Landscape Board. Lydia has been with the network since early 2015 and has been instrumental in driving the network’s operational success, leaving the organisation in a great position to prosper into the future. WiBRD chair Jacinta Jones said while this was a sad time to see


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Lydia leave, the board would like to take this opportunity to thank her for the contribution she has made to the network over her time here and wish her every success with her future endeavours. “We are excited to welcome Kylie to our team and are excited to put in to action our many plans for the future,� Jacinta said. The Board of Women in Business & Regional Development have certainly hit the ground running this year with a number of projects and events planned to support their vision to grow the potential of regional women and support them to create powerful legacies. As one of the region’s highest profile member based organisations, Women in Business & Regional Development have supported and developed the capabilities of regional women for ore than 22 years. It’s a busy few months for the network as the board plans the 2021 Launch which will be held at the Commodore on the Park on Friday, February 19, and the highly successful International Women’s Day Breakfast, which will be held at the Main Corner in Mount Gambier on Friday, March 5. It’s an exciting time for Women in Business & Regional Development as they finalise their partners for 2021, those interested in aligning their business with Women in Business & Regional Development this year and beyond are encouraged to visit www.wibrd. or call Kylie direct on 0407 231 547. As a not-for-profit organisation and in the absence of any current funding or grants, the support from partnership and membership enable Women in Business & Regional Development to operate at a sustainable level.

Ready for action Local member lays out 2021 plan State Parliament resumes this week and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell already has a comprehensive to-do list for 2021 as he looks to improve life most importantly in his electorate but also South Australia in general. There is no denying his top priority - mental health – an ongoing concern that the local MP believes could become an even greater issue when JobKeeper winds up and many people find themselves in a tight situation again. “And you can’t discount another spike in COVID and more border closures or lockdowns,” Mr Bell said. While the Member for Mount Gambier concedes funding for acute mental health services have improved, his concern is the work required for pre-acute services. “Governments have been quite willing to spend lots of money on hospitalisation of people with mental health but don’t do enough before things become that dire – we should be funding prevention as much as we are trying to fund the cure,” Mr Bell said. “That’s where I would like to see us assisting people a lot more.” And Mr Bell had front row seats to where the funding gaps are at the City of Mount Gambier’s Australia Day celebrations, when mental health advocate Nel Jans was awarded the Active Citizenship Award, honour ing the volunteer work she does in the mental health space in this region because government funding was withdrawn many years ago. “People like Nel Jans are doing this wonderful work on a volunteer basis but it is the State Government that should be taking responsibility for securing better outcomes for those who are suffering with mental health issues,” he said. In March, the Independent MP will call on the State Government to implement and fund a five year strategic plan to improve regional mental health services. “One of our biggest postpandemic challenges will be the mental health and wellbeing of South Australians and I will be calling for a strong focus on future planning and funding commitments for the mental health sector,” Mr Bell said. Following the cancellation of his medicinal cannabis forum in 2020, Mr Bell said he would continue to push for legislative change in the production and supply of medicinal cannabis on behalf of his electorate. “Not only will removing jurisdictional barriers to this drug have major implications on the lives of South Australians but this is also a major growth industry, expected to be worth $1billion within Australia by 2025,” he said. “Our region should be exploring opportunities to be part of this growing sector and attracting related industries to the Limestone Coast.” Another health issue – endometriosis – is also in Mr Bell’s sights. “More funding for research and treatment options for women with endometriosis is needed,” he

said. “Not only do women incur substantial medical costs in seeking treatment for endometriosis they often suffer a loss of income due to not being able to work or having to work reduced hours.” Adoption is also a key pillar of Mr Bell’s 2021 campaigns and the statistics alone are enough to show why it is an issue he is so passionate about. “Last year there were only three adoptions in South Australia,” he said. “We need to remove the barriers to adoption in South Australia. The State Government has focussed on long term foster care, short and long term foster care but I believe the best outcome for young people is achieved when they’ve got a stable, long term environment. “Adoption should be encouraged and the State Government has a role to actively facilitate that.” The New South Wales situation is a prime example of where Mr Bell would like to see South Australia end up, sooner rather than later. “New South Wales was in a similar situation to South Australia but they changed the focus to longer term care solutions, more permanency and now they are getting up to 200-300 adoptions a year,” he said. TAFE boards and heading back accountability to the local community are also on the MP’s hit list. “Each regional community has unique training requirements to cater for industries that exist within its area and city-centric decisions to cut courses are forcing our young tradespeople to travel hundreds of kilometres to complete their training,” he said. “Due to Covid-19, many courses shifted to an online platform and there are grave concerns that these courses will not be returned to a class-based environment.” With a State election only 12 months away, Mr Bell realises this is the time for community’s to start sharing their concerns and what they are looking for, in terms of government support, going forward and Mr Bell’s fellow independent MPs, Geoff Brock and Sam Duluk, are headed to the region on February 9 for a meeting in Frances.

Down but not out Earlier than expected return for freestlye motocross team as injured star recovers

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If you are in any way attached to the entertainment industry the past 12 months has been challenging at best and for locally established freestyle motocross team Factory FMX, there has been no call for their aerial skills in months. Team founder Josh Burdon was actually in China on a three month contract, that was on the cusp of being extended, this time last year when disaster struck. Not COVID – that was yet to come – but a significant crash that saw him barely walk away and saw his ankle and shoulder, which is about to see Josh back in the operating room, damaged to the point performing was no longer an option. And while Josh is still sidelined, returning home before the pandemic hit, Factory FMX is back in action and earlier than its founder anticipated. “We weren’t sure what this year was going to bring either in terms of events and opportunities to perform but events seem to be coming back quicker than we thought they might,” he said. Factory FMX is set to be part of the Monster Truck show at the Adelaide Showgrounds on February 12 and 13, performing both nights, with gates opening at 4.30; pit party from 5.30-6.30pm and the main event kicking off at 7pm. “It was so great to get work so early in the year,” Josh said. “We really had been given the impression not to really expect anything until much later in the year.” It means Josh has been tapping into his network of talented riders, while he still looks to get his

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Going above & beyond Southern Grampians Shire honours hard working citizens at Australia Day Awards

Coleraine’s largest employer, a 10 year old entrepreneur, an aged care advocate and a couple of innovative music events have been honoured at the Southern Grampians Shire Australia Day Awards. CITIZEN OF THE YEAR – GEOFFERY VICKERY Geoff has been part of the fabric of Coleraine for his entire life. From attending primary school to becoming the largest employer of the town, Geoff has enormous passion for the Coleraine and district community. Geoff joined Vickery Bros. in 1978 with his Uncle Jack and now employ 91 staff over three companies, including 36 staff in Coleraine and 23 in Hamilton. An equal opportunity employer, the business is always willing to give anyone a go and also employ a number of international workers. Geoff’s passion for Coleraine is demonstrated by his ‘shop local’ philosophy. If works are being carried out in Coleraine he always uses all local tradies and suppliers and does the same in Hamilton. Geoff, over the years, has purchased several empty and neglected properties in Coleraine and has restored them to a point where they are suitable for retail businesses thereby helping Coleraine become more appealing for people to shop and visit. There isn’t a Coleraine community group that hasn’t benefited in some way from Geoff’s generous nature and his passion for Coleraine and surrounding district. From increasing the prize money for the Art and Photography Show to purchasing digital equipment for the Coleraine Historical Society to scan documents for archiving some of the town’s history; Geoff is always willing to lend a hand. Geoff and his companies

sponsor and give very generously to many appeals not only within the Coleraine community and Southern Grampians Shire but also in other areas as well. This long list includes the Coleraine & District Development Association, Coleraine Art & Photography Show, Australian Pedal Car Grand Prix, Mocca’s Boxing Club, The Coleraine P & A Society, The Coleraine Racing, Football & Netball, Golf, Bowls, Lions and Field & Game Club. Surrounding districts are also supported including the Pigeon Ponds Cricket Club, Cavendish Football Netball Club, Branxholme Rodeo, Merino Golf Club, Harrow - Balmoral Football Club, Wando Vale Memorial Hall Committee and Grampians Golf Club. Geoff is very proudly supported by Sue, David & Josh, with the two boys following in their father’s footsteps within the community. YOUNG CITIZEN OF THE YEAR – DARCY HETHERTON Ten year old Darcy Hetherton demonstrated great initiative when he commenced making masks for the local community throughout the early stages of the COVID outbreak. With the help of his family, Darcy began making and selling masks by doorknocking and through social media. As demand increased Darcy outsourced some of the sewing to local community members and formed a partnership with a local store to sell the masks on his behalf. Donating $1 from the sale of each mask, he raised over $1100 for Western District Health Service. Darcy chose the hospital as the beneficiary of the funds raised to show his appreciation for the support and care given to him following a difficult period that saw him undergo multiple surgeries and hospital visits. Darcy’s efforts have been recognised widely, even

making the Prime Minister’s list of extraordinary people of 2020. He was nominated by local Member of Parliament Dan Tehan due to his personal challenges and for making masks to support the local community. This accolade saw Darcy’s photo and story being included on a Christmas card that Prime Minster Morrison sent out to Heads of State and World Leaders. Darcy is one of only eight Australians, the only Victorian and the only child to be recognised– absolutely amazing. Darcy also received a personal call from Scott Morrison regarding this accolade. COMMUNITY EVENT OF THE YEAR – GROOVE FOR GOOD After summer fires devasted much of Victoria, local man Adrian Calvano along with his band The Settlement decided they wanted to do something to help, being musicians the idea of a concert in the local botanical gardens was born. Adrian who professed to not being great at organising, contacted good friend Natalie McGregor to get the ball rolling. Natalie recruited a small army of helpers and once again our community spirit was alive and well with local’s business’s jumping on board donating their time and goods to be raffled and auctioned. Other artists also gave their time freely. Groove For Good was held last February, with more than 1000 locals pouring into the gardens armed with chairs, blankets, eskies and most importantly money. The event raised $17,000 for the Victorian Bushfire Appeal, Local Wildlife Shelters and WIRES (Wildlife information, Rescue and Educational Services). MAYOR’S AWARD – GET ME A GIG! Get Me A Gig was a Facebook live event hosted by the Hamilton Performing Arts Centre, which saw local musicians and bands virtually perform and compete against each other throughout the COVID lockdown. In the most extremely hard and depressing of times, the organisers provided this opportunity to promote local music to not only those within the region but also to highlight their talents to the world. The event was held every Friday night and professionally hosted by Ben Hunter and Ray Adams from 3HA. Each week, a new range of artists performed and audiences voted on their favourites, with all weekly winners competing against each other in the finals series. The event attracted a huge audience each week and created a lot of buzz and excitement in the community during what were certainly trying times for the performance industry. MAYOR’S AWARD – STEPHANIE AUSTIN Stephanie is a kind and caring young person who often puts the needs of others before her own. Her interests in the Aged Care and Disability sector, input to the Youth Alliance, and the passion and determination with which she has approached motherhood is inspiring.

She has acknowledged that her past life experiences have created huge challenges for her but she has always sought to look to and to create a positive future for herself and to use her opportunities to advocate for other young people in similar circumstances. COMMUNITY RECOGNITION AWARDS Colin Huf, Sally Gray, Tracey Kruger,

Hammo the Gorilla, John McIntosh & Rodney Bird CITIZEN OF THE YEAR: (Top left) Geoffrey Vickery is presented with his Australia Day Award from Mayor Bruach Colliton. TOP VOLUNTEERS: The Community Recognition Award recipients with Mayor Bruach Colliton.

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Hot, fresh & convenient Multi million dollar development in Mount Gambier a regional first

History was made in Mount Gambier at the end of last year when the multi-million dollar new OTR and Krispy Kreme doughnut factory store officially opened its doors. OTR Mount Gambier East is one of the largest OTR sites at an investment of more than $8million and creating more than 50 new retail jobs for local employees. The

exciting new store now provides the Mount Gambier community with an opportunity to come in and enjoy Krispy Kreme doughnuts. It is the first regional Australian Hot Light factory store and when locals see the Hot LightNow sign on, it means that Krispy Kreme is making hot, fresh, Original Glazed doughnuts. You can see the Hot Light Now

sign from Jubilee Highway when driving past the store and there is no doubt it is worth making the stop when the Hot Light is switched on. Having the Hot Light factory store in Mount Gambier, brings the regional South Australian city into line with Krispy Kreme stores in such iconic locations as Time Square in New York, the high streets in

London, Sydney and Adelaide. Throughout February Krispy Kreme will switch on the Hot Light between 4pm - 7pm so people of Mount Gambier know when to come in a get a Hot Light doughnut and they are running a special offer where you can try one FREE with any purchase. If you are a fan of Krispy Kreme’s assorted doughnuts, the Mount Gambier team makes and decorates these in store every day, with up to 16 different varieties. Every month limited time only doughnuts are also unveiled. Outdoor dining is also on the menu at Mount Gambier’s Krispy Kreme Factory Store, where a cosy outdoor area has been created for customers to come and enjoy doughnuts and coffee, designed by local building company Dycers you are surrounded by plants, with stone seating and when you look up you can see a beautiful timber ceiling. Also opening in the same building, the OTR Mount Gambier East store is 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 & bus parking, a full-service 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, “We aim 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 C Coffee in the morning, a quick snack after work or some supermarket necessities any time of the day or night; OTR has you covered.”


New look celebrations embraced by guests

District Council of Grant hands out Australia Day accolades at the newly developed airport

ACROSS 1) .035 ounces 5) Wish for Earth 10) Crowning point 14) It’s made to be broken, proverbially 15) Shady spot 16) Dawdle 17) Camper’s need 20) Some screwdrivers 21) Radial filler 22) Private eye, slangily 23) Tiny soldier 24) Dazed in the ring 27) Mushroom part 29) Second of two photos, sometimes 32) Payment promise 33) “___ showtime!” 36) Foyer 38) What all great singers have 41) Like some spiders and snakes 42) Acid for trips 43) Typography measures 44) Hold ‘em game 46) Sign of the future 50) Front shoe support 52) “Mission: Impossible” org. 55) Caesar’s salutation 56) Geological time unit 57) Off-road vehicles 60) Refusing to speak 63) “___ have to do” 64) Early stages 65) Veto 66) Gulf relatives 67) Give it another go 68) Eyelid problem

DOWN 1) Plays the con man 2) Small watercourse 3) ___-Lorraine 4) Track event 5) Blessed bread holder 6) Mistakes in printing 7) Resting 8) Police officers 9) Long lead-in of old 10) Dramatic 44-Across bet 11) Arm-twisting 12) Answer to the Sphinx’s riddle 13) Immature salamander 18) When doubled, a lively dance 19) One may rest on one’s 24) “She loves me” unit 25) Owl cry 26) “That’s tasty!” 28) Soybean paste 30) Like incorrect statements 31) You can have a blast with it 34) Kettledrums 35) Ice-cream utensil 37) Take from square one 38) Office note 39) Socially improper 40) Arctic sea bird 41) Old pro 45) Horseshoes score 47) Reach the top 48) In a fair way 49) Be cozy 51) Frosty eyes? 53) Like nostalgic eyes, sometimes 54) DNA tester, at times 57) Not yours 58) Pt. of MIT 59) Classes or types 60) Arched bone 61) LAX datum 62) Negative conjunction

GRANT DISTRICT COUNCIL AUSTRALIA DAY CELEBRATIONS: (Top left) - Citizen of the Year Jeremy Ievins (second from left) with his proud family (from left) Kirsty, Imogen & Kai; (top right) Ryan Donovan accepts the Community Event of the Year award for the Bay Escape; (left second from top) Young Citizen of the Year Libby Altorfer accepting her award from Mayor Richarfd Sage; (left third from top) Volunteers from Kingsley & Mount Gambier District CFS groups with their Active Citizenship Award and Mayor Richard Sage; (bottom left) Tarpeena Progress Association volunteers who helped serve the Australia Day lunch and (above) the Aussie dessert classic, stunning Australia themed table settings and Gajanan Frost singing the national anthem.

MY PROPERTY Desireable Family Home! 11 Parkway Avenue, Mount Gambier Open for Inspection Saturday 6th | 11am - 11.45am Sunday 7th | 3pm - 3.30pm


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You’ll love this returned veranda modern residence which is directly opposite parklands and a playground .A massive open concept living area is the heart of the home including a solid timber kitchen fitted with stainless steel rangehood and splashback and equipped with a brand-new Miele oven. This space also provides for a dining area plus a living area large enough to accommodate all of the family and provides access to the outdoor patio area. There are three generous sized bedrooms, two fitted with plenty of built-in wardrobes. The main bedroom has a bay window with garden views, has an expansive walk-in wardrobe and room for a kingsized bed. This bedroom has ensuite access to a luxurious bathroom with glass brick wall, corner spa bath and shower fitted with a new screen, this area also provides for a guest powder room.

The plus lounge room is ideal space for a home cinema and could double as a home office with library. Heating throughout the home is by way of ducted reverse cycle air conditioning with a new inverter system and wood slow combustion heating in the living room. A double remote access garage if pitted out with a bathroom facility equipped with shower, toilet and vanity. Ideal as a second bathroom or if having a shed party. This double garage has rolla door access to the rear yard which has gable roof construction to a single car colourbond garage ideal for further vehicle storage or as a workshop facility. This area adjoins an entertainer’s patio also constructed with a gable roof and heap of room for outdoor living. Sustainable living is provided by twelve solar panels providing 13Kw of power cutting your power bill considerably.

Ensure you inspect this superb property this weekend by attending the open inspection campaign this Saturday the 6th of February between 11am till 11.45 am or Sunday the 7th of February between 3pm and 3.30pm or alternatively contact John Stott from First Choice Property Sales on 0418 849 999.

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A lifestyle of convenience and comfort awaits you in this immaculately presented family home. Boasting a functional and practical family floor plan, this home is in a prime position surrounded by other quality homes in the Saint Martin’s area. The home features four spacious bedrooms, the master at the front offering ensuite and walk-in robe, with the additional bedrooms all double in size with BIR’s. Two spacious living areas ensure all members of the family have space to relax and unwind with a formal lounge at the front and a large open plan living area down the hallway incorporating kitchen/dining and family zones. A sliding door leads to the beautiful outdoor entertaining area with patio blinds and overlooks the new paved fire pit area and lush and attractive rear yard.

Beautifully presented stone home perfectly positioned between Tenison Woods College and Reidy Park Primary School and just minutes from the city centre and CBD. Four generous size bedrooms, three with BIR’s, stylish fully renovated bathroom plus extra shower and toilet in the laundry. Carpeted lounge with gas log heater and a slow combustion wood fire plus light filled open plan living area with huge kitchen featuring loads of storage which overlooks the dining and living space. Large pergola and huge deck with uninterrupted view of the back yard. Double carport with drive through access to the large backyard which features veggie patch, garden shed and man cave with power, lights and wood fire.

$385,000-$405,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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$299,000-$319,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 NEW 35 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER

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SATURDAY 9.45-10.15 A1 PRESENTATION - Immaculately presented solid brick and tile home that is packed with value! - Spacious family room with s/s air con plus kitchen/meals area that has been revamped with new benchtops and complete with electric cooking & dishwasher - Four good sized bedrooms, main with BIR’s and renovated ensuite - Added luxury of a separate spa room where you can relax and unwind - Fully enclosed yard and an undercover patio area that presents another entertaining space Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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15 MONTEBELLO DR, MT GAMBIER $349,000-$369,000


3 NOOLAN ST, MT GAMBIER $189,000-$205,000

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




- Tidy timber framed & cement sheeted home located in a quiet street - The kitchen/dining is complete with gas upright cooker and great condition cabinetry - 3 bedrooms, the main with BIR’s and the bathroom updated wall tiling + new vanity and hand basin with a separate toilet off laundry - Double under cover carport to the side of the home Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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4001/7 LAKE TCE W, MT GAMBIER $435,000

- Top level, spacious circular penthouse apartment that showcases spectacular panoramic views overlooking the lake city - Well-appointed kitchen boasting a generous amount of storage, granite counter tops, electric cooking complete with dishwasher - Enjoy the views outside on the wrap around balcony - Storage room located in the basement of the building Ben Ransom 0400 870 362

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


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- Recently refurbished home is move in ready with nothing left to do - Open plan living with modern timber look matte finish tiles, renovated kitchen with gloss white cabinetry, stainless steel dishwasher & electric cooking appliances - 3 bedrooms + study or 4 bedroom, main bedroom with WIR and ensuite while 2nd & 3rd both have BIR’s

LAKES LOCATION - A RARE FIND - Located in the tightly held & exclusive lakes area, is this beautifully positioned family home - Three bedrooms all with built in robes and two inviting living areas - Two road frontages with U shape driveway access from Lake Terrace to single car garage UMR - Outstanding garden setting of mature trees and plants attracting beautiful bird life - Only a short walk from the Valley Lakes & everything that Mount Gambier has to offer - In conjunction with Gambier Real Estate



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- 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- 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

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- Quaint 3 bedroom home with loads of country charm set on a 845m2 allotment - Inside offers separate lounge with new r/c split air con, lovely open plan kitchen/meals/living area with electric cooking and master bedroom with WIR & ensuite - Large storage shed, separate man cave, rainwater tanks & a securely fenced yard Al Lamond 0418 849 266




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

- 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 Al Lamond 0419 849 266

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123 COMMERCIAL ST EAST, MT GAMBIER $499,000-$529,000


312 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER $799,000-$820,000


- High profile site in busy Commercial Street East near Woolworths and Carlin & Gazzard - Site area 1683m2 - Office and workshop buildings of 390m2 - Suit variety of city centre businesses - Redevelopment potential - In conjunction with Herbert Commercial

- Fantastic opportunity to purchase a 2218m2 commercial zoned parcel of land in a prime location - Excellent exposure site with two street frontage and small office at the southern end - The allotment offers a multitude of options with retail giants BCF, Super Cheap and Petbarn adjacent the site

- Big and beautiful - central and spacious - Zoned light industry, offering an incredible opportunity to reside & operate a business from the one property (S.T.C.A) - Properties offering this size shedding with a home attached are near impossible to find in the city area - Prospective purchasers have the opportunity to purchase ‘Gambier Coachlines’

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

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- Private allotment within walking distance to CBD - Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a central location - All services available ready for building your dream home - Great location near Reidy Park School & Tenison College - ONLY 1 ALLOTMENT LEFT! LAND

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103 MEYLIN ST, PT MACDONNELL $429,000-$449,000

- 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) Gail Richards 0409 268 199 GLENBURNIE HEIGHTS




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- Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Power & town water connected - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) - ONLY 2 ALLOTMENTS LEFT! Al Lamond 0418 849 266


46 ASCOTT WAY, SUTTONTOWN $849,000 1.97 HA

- Breathtaking grounds offering stunning gardens and plenty of space - Home offers high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and a free-flowing floorplan - Four generously proportioned bedrooms including a master bedroom with a fully-renovated ensuite - Huge undercover pergola & multiple living spaces - Private & secluded sanctuary, true one-of-a-kind Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- Last vacant allotment available in well established area amongst quality homes - Elevated block of 819m2 - Close to MacDonald Park PS, St Martins Lutheran School & sporting complex - All services connected & plans available for prospective purchaser - Ring your builder today LAND

Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4 IRVEN ST, PT MACDONNELL


- 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199






- A great opportunity to build your country dream in the popular township of Glencoe - 2.5 acres with access from both Glencoe Road and The Springs Road - Close to the Glencoe Shop & Post Office - Scattered with attractive gum trees - Power passing LAND

Gail Richards 0409 268 199 9 STABLEFORD CRT, WORROLONG


Al Lamond 0418 849 266





- Attention builders, developers and investors enquire today on this incredible opportunity! - This piece of vacant land, being approx. 18,550 m2 (1.855 ha) is ready for residential development (S.T.C.A.) - A proposed subdivision of 25 allotments is available upon request - Multiple opportunities with this prime slice of land LAND

Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LOT 1 MT PERCY RD, COMPTON


- 5025m2 country living allotment with beautiful outlook - Power & SA Water to be connected - Price includes rural style post and wire fencing to be completed at settlement - Fantastic location on the city fringe, close to Tenison Woods College & Malseed Park LAND

Gail Richards 0409 268 199 LOT 31 O’LEARY RD, SUTTONTOWN 20.74 ACRES


– Outstanding opportunity to secure a large allotment on the Northern side on the City – 20.74 acres (8.394 ha) of Prime Land for future development – High profile location ready for a new housing estate (S.T.C.A.) – Development opportunity Zoned Residential in the City of Mount Gambier Al Lamond 0418 849 266


7 FAIRWAY CRT, WORROLONG $899,000-$939,000

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

- Sitting on the highest peak in Oranivale Estate, it’s hard not to feel on top of the world - Magnificent landscaped gardens surround the 58 square home - Intuitive floor plan is divided into two wings and is designed to take in the sweeping Southerly views over Mount Gambier - This outstanding luxury lifestyle property has it all!

Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 4

Gail Richards 0409 268 199



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Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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- Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a great central location - Walking distance to CBD, Vansittart Park and the Rail Lands Precinct - 429m2 allotment ready to build your new home (S.T.C.A.) - Take in the fabulous city views - Stone shed with power connected! LAND

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 LOT 4 EUMERELLA ST, COMPTON


- 6758m2 country living allotment with beautiful outlook - Power & SA Water to be connected - Price includes rural style post and wire fencing to be completed at settlement - Fantastic location on the city fringe, close to Tenison Woods College & Malseed Park LAND

Gail Richards 0409 268 199 44 ST. ANDREWS DR, WORROLONG


- Beautiful views of the lush, manicured fairway! - Fairway Estate offers a wonderful lifestyle choice for those who are looking for a piece of serenity - Within minutes from the Marketplace Shopping Precinct - Flat allotment that is approximately 778m2 - Get your “dream home” plans drawn up & take advantage of the building grant incentives currently on offer! LAND

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281


- First home buyers, escape the rental rut - Offering a flat allotment with 2 street frontages - Investors check out the development potential - Approx. 1,466m2 allotment zoned Township - One of the cheapest homes in Tarpeena

Al Lamond 0418 849 266








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Deon Howell 0419 037 896

3 Griffiths St, Mt Gambier

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Damian Venn 0438 904 771

15 Redwood Ave, Mt Gambier

$359,000 - $379,000

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96 Crouch St South, Mt Gambier

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Damian Venn 0438 904 771

50 Derrington St, Mt Gambier


Damian Venn 0438 904 771

5-7 Kennedy Ave, Mt Gambier

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3 Underwood Ave, Mt Gambier


Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363



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7/55 Bertha St, Mt Gambier

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Damian Venn 0438 904 771

Melleray Crt Subdivision, Mt Gambier

From 5,004m2




Lot 129 Barcoo Rd, Mt Gambier


Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

$139,000 - $144,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

1 Hunkin Tce, Nangwarry

3 1 2

4 Daniel St, Mt Gambier


Damian Venn 0438 904 771

1/6 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

2 1 1


3 1 3


Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

6 Church St, Yahl

LAND | 1,012m2

Residential/Rural Sales Manager

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ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363

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PAM KNIBBS 8726 4400

CHLOE SMITH 8726 4400

STOWE SCOTT 8726 4400

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

RLA 62833

m tg am bier@elders. com .au

Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

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Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Candyce Cory Property Management 0427 333 517 RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | | 4 FAIRWAY COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER



3 2 6


Situated in the Glenburnie District on approximately 10 acres, lies the perfect home for the family looking for space and peaceful living. Generous sized kitchen with walk in pantry and breakfast bar overlooking the dining area. 3 bedrooms main with walk in wardrobe and large ensuite & main bathroom with bath & shower, separate vanity and a separate toilet. The rear living area can be utilised all year round with roller blinds & a slow combustion wood heater for comfort in the winter months, or roll up the blinds in summer and enjoy combining indoor and out to create an amazing area to entertain family and friends, or to simply relax and unwind with the tranquil views.

Rental Available!


SATURDAY 10.30-11.00AM



4 2 4


Grand, generous, appealing, family & fun are all words that come to mind as you approach this magnificent, solid family home. Expansive 4134m2 allotment surrounded with well established trees and hedges for protection and privacy and a bitumen driveway right to the front door. Open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking, impressive breakfast bar, walk-in pantry & dishwasher. Overlooks the dining & expansive living area with doors opening to the fully enclosed entertaining area combining inside and out for the ultimate entertaining experience. 4 bedroom, main with WIR and double ensuite, BIR in two of the remaining 3 bedrooms, main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity & separate toilet. Main bathroom with shower, bath and vanity, separate toilet & large laundry with built in cupboards. Second living area currently used as an office, would easily convert to a fifth bedroom. The bar/rumpus room currently utilised for entertaining and eightball and fitted with the plumbing for a third bathroom opening up the opportunity for an attached granny flat, parents retreat or even the visitors wing. Outside features include a double car garage with remote roller doors, internal access and access to the under-house storage area with also a second detached double car garage down the side of the home. Rainwater plumbed to the home.



Contact our office on 8723 6866


Four generous sized bedrooms, main with ensuite. Open plan kitchen and dining. Two living areas. Secure yard with electric gate. No pets. Available now. Bond $2400.

We have been busy selling and leasing property and would like to assist you with the sale or management of your property. Call one of our professional & friendly staff members for your honest, no obligation appraisal today!



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Contact our office on 8723 6866


3 2 2

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.

Qualified Tenants in need of Rental Homes 2+ bedrooms up to $300 per week 3+ bedrooms up to $350 per week Contact Candyce for a FREE Rental Appraisal today!

E.O.I LAND Acreage in a residential area. Approximately 9.5 acres. Perfect for redevelopment or build your dream home ( STCA). Located behind the Market Place complex. Zoned residential. Mains water connected.

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier Phone 08 8725 5766 RLA 1903


1 Montgomery Avenue



SAT 9.30-10.00 2



30 Umpherston Street

22 Lansell Street


SAT 9.30-10.00



Situated on a 748m2 block is this solid two bedroom Mount Gambier stone home. Spacious lounge with gas heating and kitchen/dining including electric cooking.


21 Sturt Street



SAT 10.15-10.45


$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.

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

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell



6 Bengalee Crescent


SAT 10.15-10.45

$329,000-$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. 107 Orchard Road, Moorak NEW

$389,000-$419,000 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.







4 2 2 a| 1,980m2 approx $430,000-$460,000 A quality home loaded with space inside and out. Beautifully elevated & private setting – feature raked ceilings. Formal living & heat form fire place. A view as far as the eye can see. Overlooking new subdivision & positioned on close to half an acre of land. In conjunction with Key2Sale & Peter Dempsey

On a secluded setting in a blue ribbon location is this beautiful family home. Solid blackwood kitchen with large gas cooktop, dishwasher and stainless steel appliances. Three generous sized bedrooms, master with walk in robe and modern ensuite.


14 George Street



3 Victor Street

UNDER T CONTRAC $299,000-$325,000 4 1 4 Located on the outskirts of Mount Gambier is this beautifully presented family home. Open plan living with slow combustion heating and split system. Generous bedrooms with central and renovated main bathroom.

$439,500 3 1 2 This superb seafront property will appeal to the fussiest of buyers, new floor coverings window furnishings. Ultimate outdoor entertaining - settle by the sea!



Situated in the centre of town is this beautifully renovated unit. Large living with split system and gas ducted heating, kitchen with gas cooking and stainless steel appliances.

34/184 Jubilee Highway West

24 Hedley Street




$240,000 2+ 1 1 Price busting house and land package that is ready to build on flat low maintenance 344m2 approx allotment. Full package details are available from the Agent – won’t find better!

Recently updated this property offers wow and sophistication. Kitchen with granite benchtops, gas cooktop, quality appliances and zip hydro tap. Double garage UMR with internal access and a further double garage UMR plus detached 4 bay garage.


Gebhardts Property Management


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

8/5 Shepherd Street

8/5 Shepherd Street


1 1

$160 pw | Available 9/2/21

7 Gerloff Street


1 2

$240 pw | Available NOW

6/56 Brownes Road


1 1

$260 pw | Available NOW

13 Locke Street


1 2

$275 pw | Available 26/2/21

3004/3 Lake Terrace West


2 2

$290 pw | Available NOW

12 Anzac Street


1 2

$390 pw | Available NOW

23 Cape Douglas Road


2 4

$400 pw | Available NOW

Apply online Ph 8724 8088

7 Gerloff Street

Avail 9/2/21

$160 pw 2 1 1 • Two bedroom unit • Main bedroom with built in robes • Open plan kitchen/ lounge • Gas heating and electric cooking • Bathroom with bath • Car park space • No pets

6/56 Brownes Road

Avail NOW

$240 pw 3 1 2 • Three bedrooms • Large lounge with gas heater • Eat in kitchen with new electric/ gas cooking & dishwasher • R/C air conditioner • Undercover patio /verandah area • Single carport & garage detached • Work shed & storage area • Close to shopping • Secure yard • No Pets

Avail NOW

$260 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, main with BIR & dressing table • Lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning • Kitchen/dine with electric cooking • Single garage under main roof with internal access • Lawn maintenance included • No pets

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

38 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley

Perfect Pix Photobooth

103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

2/3 Henty Street

UNDER T CONTRAC $215,000 2 Located in the beautiful coastal town of Nene Valley. Flat level corner allotment approximately 811m2. Large shed approx 9.5mX7.5m - high clearance with kitchenette and full services. 33 Acacia Street



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.

$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!

2/46 Derrington Street

$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! 23 Agnes Street





Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

$189,000-$199,000 2 1 1 Deceptively spacious community title unit in small group. Large living area and covered pergola. Well maintained unit with a private yard. Perfect for the investor – just minutes to the city centre. 44 Umpherston Street

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

13 Locke Street


From $83,500

Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!

Lot 6 Hay Tce, Kongorong

$92,500 a| 525m2 approx A great central allotment on approx 525m2. Rare to find in this location. Get set to build your dream home. Contact our office for more details.

12 Anzac Street



$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.

Located in a group of three is this immaculate solid two bedroom unit. Open plan kitchen, dining and living with split system. Single car garage under the main roof with internal access.

2/13 Gordon Street


1/11 Millard Street

2/40 Jubilee Highway West

$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.


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.

103 Eight Mile Creek Road NEW

$195,000 a| 5,800m2 approx A prime opportunity to secure your coastal dream. Popular Seaside location just minutes from Port MacDonnell and Browns Bay. Coastal blocks are selling fast! 10 Greenridge Drive

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

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

23 Cape Douglas Rd, Cape Douglas


157 Bay Road

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

$144,500 a| 1,095m2 approx This exceptional 1095m2 allotment (approx) will not last, nestled at the end of a quiet cul de sac in a very popular area of the city, close to Macdonald Park primary School and Saint Martins Lutheran College. 104 Haviland Court, Port MacDonnell

a| 2ha approx ea

$165,000 ea

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

32 Commercial Street West

2/2 James Street

Avail 26/2/21

$275 pw 3 1 2 • Three bedrooms, two with built in robes • Separate lounge with reverse cycle air conditioner • Kitchen/dining with electric cooking • Single garage plus carport UMR • Gas central heating • Low maintenance gardens • No pets

Avail NOW

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

Avail NOW

$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

Avail NOW 32 Commercial Street West

94 Commercial Street East

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

If you’re looking for your next property move, we can help when you’re ready to play

Sale 5 Suttontown Avenue, Mt Gambier E.O.I by Monday 22nd Feb 2021 Open by appointment

Sale 4



Sale 1 Duigan Street, Mt Gambier $349,000 - $369,000 Open by appointment

67 Kirip Road, Glencoe $365,000 Open by appointment

Sale 3+ 1+ 2

Sale 4+ 2 4+

Sale Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $180,000 each Open by appointment

20 Seventh Street, Millicent $198,000 Open by appointment

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


2+ 5



Sale 4



Sale Vacant Land

4 Eagle Court, Worrolong $589,000 - $609,000 Open by appointment

15 Oolna Street, Mt Gambier $165,000 Open by appointment


Sale Vacant Land

8 Coral Cove, Pt MacDonnell $91,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Sale 15 Alfred Court, Beachport $800,000 Open by appointment

Hayley Williams Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Naomi Kieselbach Property Management 0438 883 992

Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405


Sale 5




13 Alfred Court, Beachport $350,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land


Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $290,000 - $320,000 Open by appointment



Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment


9 Wattle Street, Mt Gambier $589,000 - $599,000 Open by appointment

37 Emily Street, Millicent $489,000 - $509,000 Open by appointment

4+ 3 3

Sale Business

FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment




Price Attack, Mt Gambier $220,000 + Stock Open by appointment

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405


24 Tanglewood Cres, Mt Gambier 6 $849,000 - $869,000 Open by appointment



1 tennis court

Property of the week Ultra modern uniquely updated family home

Sale 61 Cafpirco Road, Compton Highest & Best offers Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 RLA 291953

108 North Terrace, Mt Gambier. $259,000 - $269,000 Open by appointment

4 2 2

Set within convenient proximity to schools, recreation and sporting facilities and the central shopping district. The oblong-shaped living room features white exposed beams, ceiling fan, RVCA, natural light, and a gas-log fireplace. The open space flows into the kitchen with white cabinets and stone worktops. Modern kitchen appliances include a s/steel gas stove & d/washer. The kitchen and dining room open onto an alfresco pergola, accessed via glass sliding doors. A stunning master bedroom boasts a modern ensuite with shower, toilet and a large BIR. At the far end of the home is a double garage/workshop with a bathroom, secure roller door and internal access. Outside you’ll find a low maintenance front garden with a tidy lawn and established trees, while the backyard offers a fully fenced grassed area with stairs accessing the pergola.

456 Schinkels Rd, Kongorong Auction 6th March at 12pm (U.S.P)

10.00am - 11.00am

Open Saturday



Wendy Flint 0468 692 993


Approx 12 acres

14 Arthur St, Penola $690,000 - $695,000

11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier $245,000

10.00am - 10.15am

8 Power St, Mt Gambier 3 1 1 Auction 13th February at 12pm (U.S.P) Jade Martin 0421 383 368

9.30am - 9.45am

Open Saturday

Open Saturday



Wendy Flint 0468 692 993



Jason Malseed 0419 032 795


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


Jade 0421 383 368

Bronwyn 8724 9999

Jason 0419 032 795


Wendy 0468 692 993



Jason Malseed 0419 032 795


19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier $155,000 - $160,000


Wendy Flint 0468 692 993


119 Jubilee Hwy East, Mt Gambier $259,000

Sam 8724 9999

Courtney 8724 9999

Selena 8724 9999


Kathy 8733 1989



Wendy Flint 0468 692 993


347 Tantanoola Rd, Tantanoola $150,000


Wendy Flint 0468 692 993


551 Mt Burr Rd, Rocky Camp $170,000

Kelli 8724 9999

Tanya 8724 9999

Graeme 0419 806 410 Sales

Bianca 0407 613 346 Sales

Sophie Silvia Toni Jess Lydia (08) 8725 8037 (08) 8725 8037 0402 356 905 (08) 8725 8037 (08) 8725 8037 Sales | Accounts Property Manager Property Manager Property Manager Property Manager

Kaitlyn (08) 8725 8037 Administration

Your Mates in Real Estate



$229,000 - $239,000





Floating timber flooring and gas heating  throughout Central kitchen has been updated with  modern and stainless appliances

Open plan kitchen & dining area  Entertain friends & family in the spacious  front formal living Two of the 3 bedrooms have built in robes 

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346 2/89 JUBILEE HIGHWAY EAST, MOUNT GAMBIER








Located in the modern and secure Jubilee  Estate Complex with lots on offer Three bedrooms - Two with built-in robes   Open plan living area with gas log fire

$110,000 - $120,000


Kitchen with dishwasher & electric cooking   Three way bathroom with spa bath

Freshly painted & spacious formal living space   All bedrooms with built-in robes

Double garage UMR with internal access  Spacious undercover entertaining area 

Second living space at the rear of the home  Back patio, rear yard plus carport & shedding 

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410




Spacious kitchen with breakfast bench,  electric cooking & dishwasher Study nook area   Rent appraisal - $220 - $240 per week

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

(08) 8725 8037 | | 178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

RLA 263 296

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Financial boost for students looking for career in health



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A financial boost is on offer for local students looking to pursue further study in the health sector. The Mount Gambier and District Tertiary Health Education Grant program provides up to 12 financial grants to local students undertaking tertiary studies this year within the health field and is now open for applications. The program supports City of Mount Gambier and District Council of Grant residents who are required to leave the region to undertake university studies in health skills shortage areas within the community. The program provides local students with a $2000 grant to support them to complete their tertiary studies within the health field. “We provide these grants to students to encourage them to return to our region once they are qualified, if they are able to,” Mount Gambier and District Tertiary Health Education Grants Program chairman Rodney Summers (pictured centre) said. “The grants are available for those students commencing or continuing university studies in identified skills shortage areas such as medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, allied health, chiropractic, midwifery, psychology, paramedicine and mental health nursing.” The grants can be used for a broad range of student needs including university fees, medical uniforms, equipment, books, travel and living expenses. 2020 grant recipient Mitchell Hunter (pictured right) said the financial support he received assisted him to meet the costs associated with his first year of study at Flinders University. “I am studying a Bachelor of Paramedic Science and hope to become a paramedic,” Mitch said. “There are a lot of financial outlays associated with the course such as a uniform and placement costs and the grant enabled me to buy my own stethoscope. “I am so grateful that I was awarded this grant, it really makes a big difference as there are a lot of costs involved with degrees in the health area. I’d encourage anyone thinking about tertiary study in the health area to apply.” The 20-year-old will complete his studies next year and plans to return to the area to live and work in the long term. “I know quite a few paramedics in Mount Gambier and many of them are the reason I decided to pursue this career path,” Mitch said.

“... it really makes a big difference as there are a lot of costs involved with degrees in the health area...” Mitch Hunter “If I was given the opportunity I’d love to come back, that’s the goal. I also play for the West Adelaide Basketball team and it would be great to return to Mount Gambier and play for the Pioneers.” Child and Family Clinical Nurse Sarah Riddoch (pictured left) began studying a Graduate Certificate of Wound Ostomy and Continence Practice through Curtin University in Perth last year with assistance from the Tertiary Health Education Grant. “The grant assisted with the costs associated with travel to Perth, support with accommodation to undertake on campus commitments as well as the extended clinical experience requirements at the nearest Colorectal Unit in Adelaide,” Sarah said. “I am incredibly grateful for the support, it is a huge relief to have a bit of money behind you as it really takes some of the financial pressure off.” Sarah is passionate about advanced nursing practice in rural and remote areas to better improve the medical outcomes of regional patients. “There are over 200 registered ostomy patients within the South East with stomers and while we do have access to some support locally, people are still travelling to Adelaide for treatment,” she said. Despite being delayed due to COVID-19, Sarah will complete her final placement for the qualification in the next few months.

“ is a huge relief to have a bit of money behind you as it really takes some of the financial pressure off...” Sarah Riddoch

“Once completed, I hope to provide hands on care to clients who require emotional support with massive lifestyle changes as an Ostomy, Wound and Continence Nurse,” she said. The grant program has provided support to local young people to formally train as health specialists since 2007. It is supported by City of Mount Gambier, District Council of Grant, UFS Chemist, Flinders Rural Health SA, Mount Gambier and District Community Bank, Rotary Club of Mount Gambier Lakes, John and Helen Kentish and Ken and Carol Stafford. “Over the past 15 years the program has provided 148 grants to students at a total cost of $296,000,” Mr Summers said. “We are always looking for additional financial contributors to the program so that we are able to provide support for 12 local students each year.” Applications close on March 31.


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RURAL RUNDOWN Outstanding draft of bulls

Warrawindi offering some of the highest quality bulls ever at 2021 sale The bull selling season is quickly coming upon us and this years draft of bulls is one of the most outstanding line up we have produced yet. We are thrilled to be able to offer 12 of our top bulls at our on property field day on Monday the 8th of February, 2021. We take a lot of pride in producing the very best bulls for the industry that allows all clients the chance to purchase the right bull for their program with the help of our team. Whatever your program, whether it’s black or red, high yielding or early maturing, we have the bull to suit your cows. Our stud numbers have decreased over the past couple of

years due to purchasing two new sheep studs. Although our numbers have decreased our quality has heightened, with the best females staying in the herd to breed elite and the most profitable stock we can. Twelve of our leading bull will be offered at the on property field day, with bloodlines of the well known and respected legend Morrisvale Kept Secret and Mandayen Kong. All bulls are polled with a handful being homozygous polled. Come along to our field day on Monday the 8th of February and catch up with the Warrawindi team. Nibbles and beverages supplied. THE TEAM AT WARRAWINDI

For more information contact David Galpin on 0458 372 274 or email

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Commercially focussed cattle Limek Limousin continues to introduce new bloodlines The Limek Limousin stud of today continues to strive to breed the best commercially focussed cattle for the Southern Australia environment. It is owned and run by the Modra family at a property South of Bordertown, South Australia. They have built on this goal over the 30 years that they have been in the stud business. Limek Limousin continues to introduce new blood lines from various respected studs around Australia in order to diversify their herd genetics. They also use some of the best artificial insemination sires from overseas and Australia to help bring new genetics and better traits into the expanding herd. This year has seen the completion of several artificial insemination programs with sires from all over Australia and from Canada and the United states. The Modra family’s focus over the last few years has been on growth and early maturing traits whilst ensuring continued work on the Limek stud core traits of docility, high yield and easy doing Limousin cattle.

This is backed up by extensive recording of multiple weight and fertility traits to produce Estimated Breeding Values (EBVs). The Modra family welcome the ongoing work conducted by Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) into objective measurement technology. This exciting development will pave the way for scientific measurements of saleable meat yield, giving producers a fairer return at the abattoir for the product they produce. Limousin cattle are market leaders in yield and carcase traits and their incorporation into breeding programs now will see the producer well rewarded as this technology is implemented in the years ahead. This year Limek Limousin will have a number of high quality apricot and black bulls for sale. They will also be offering a number of pick heifers again. They are showcasing the Limek stud in the SA Beef field days on Tuesday, 9th February 2021 where the bulls and heifers will be on display along with part of the growing Limek herd.


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Catalogues of the bulls and heifers for sale can be requested at The Modra family are always happy to open up the Limek stud for viewing outside of these times and look forward to talking with potential clients about how Limek

Limousin can enhance the clients breeding program, improve their bottom line and put more money back into their pocket. For more information please contact Ken on 0428 582 010 or Josh on 0497 906 362 or email

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FEBRUARY SALES Warrawindi Farms Monday 8th February Limek Limousin Tuesday 9th February Wrattenbullie Tuesday 9th February Yerwal Estate Simmental Wednesday 10th February Tugulawa Simmental Wednesday 10th February Woonallee Simmentals Thursday 11th February LCS Lancaster Black Simmental Friday 12th February Granite Ridge Black Angus Friday 12th February Sterita Park Angus Monday 15th February Yerwal Estate Angus Monday 15th February Nampara Pastoral Co Tuesday 16th February Mandayen Angus & Limousin Wednesday 17th February Glatz’s Black Angus Wednesday 17th February Boonaroo Angus Friday 19th February Weeran Angus Tuesday 23rd February Morganvale Hereford Sale Tuesday 23rd February Lindsay Murray Greys Tuesday 23rd February Kerlson Pines & Oak Downs Poll Hereford Tuesday 23rd February Lindsay Murray Greys Sale Tuesday 23rd February magazines/beef-bull/

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell at Mount Gambier following the public holiday as agents yarded 1194 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the same field of trade and processor buyers as the previous week along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was mixed as the market sold to a mainly dearer trend. Vealer steers to the trade made from 438c to 460c to lift 5c to 7c with similar heifers returning from 420c to 465c as feeders sought steers from 424c to 455c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 346c to 420c with feeders active from 385c to 450c and restockers to 474c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade sold from 360c to 420c with feeder activity from 362c to 432c as restockers operated to 442c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks made from 346c to 406c with feeder support selling from 386c to 410c/kg. Grown heifers ranged from 324c to 390c with feeder activity to 310c, manufacturing steers returned from 295c to 332c/kg. Heavy cows ranged from 288c to 318c with the lighter types making from 190c to 278c as feeders sold from 238c to 289c and bulls ranged from 200c to 304c/kg

RURAL RUNDOWN A passion for breeding quality cattle Wrattenbullie adds new genetics for 2021 sale Wrattenbullie Stud is a family operation run by Rod, Gayle, Brad and Alana Davies on 418 hectares of prime grazing land in the Wrattonbully District. On Tuesday, February 9, Wrattenbullie will have nine bulls to sell privately at the Upper South East Field Days. “We returned to selling privately last year and look forward to going down that path again,” Rod said. Wrattenbullie’s RNDN008 is a home bred sire and is providing four sons in the 2021 sale, all displaying his growth and structure with good soft skins. Two other bulls of interest are the Wirruna Katnook son, as well as a meaty bull by MCM6964 Bolt. Elite L53 is providing the remaining three bulls for the upcoming sale. A small stud, Wrattenbullie was established thanks to a genuine

love for cattle and has developed into a passion to breed high performing Poll Hereford cattle. The breeding herd consists of 50 cows selected on structure, fertility and mothering ability. Foundation females were purchased from Nioka,

Goonamurra, Neilpo and Allendale studs and Wrattenbullie has been performance recording with breedplan since the early 1990s and with genomic testing improving the accuracy of the data they feel they are playing a role producing bulls with traits

Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers remained steady as agents yarded 3785 lambs and 253 sheep total a combined 4038 head overall. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality was generally good as the market sold to dearer rates. Light lambs to the trade

ranged from $68 to $150 as the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returned from $156 to $163/head. Restockers turned lambs back out from $110 to $160/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $157 to $194 as most sales ranged from 800c to 850c/ kg cwt with a lift in price of $5 to

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$10/head. Heavy lambs made from $188 to $218 with the extra heavy pens making from $220 to a market high of $271/head. Hoggets sold from $100 to $180 as the lighter ewes made from $80 to $130 with the heavier types selling from $155 to a high of $179/head

the commercial cattle men want. “It’s simple really, we are trying to breed good, sound bulls,” Rod said. “Our focus is producing muscle and structure that are stable for the commercial industry.” AI and embryo transfers are an

important tool for their breeding programs enabling us to source the genetics they desire and the Wrattenbullie team has added new genetics again for 2021 with this year’s calves being sired by Grathlyn Nebraska and Yalgoo Ninga.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMB WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 13,925 lambs at Hamilton last week a decrease of 5674 head. The offering of lambs ranged from very plain to excellent with a similar weight range to the last sale, with nearly 70% of the offering now shorn the the quality is gradually gaining momentum. The shorn lambs above 22kg showing the best quality, there were some quality wooly lambs on offer but in limited numbers. At least 50% of the offering was purchased by feeder or store buyers. There was a full contingent of processors, restockers and feeders in attendance but not all fully active especially for the trade operators. Restocking competition came from Shepparton, Finley, South East of South Australia

and local areas. The market was very erratic in places but overall was back by $5 to $10 per head over most categories. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $96 to $165/ head, averaging from 850c to 1,050c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $149 to $172/head, to average from 800c to 850c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $170 to $229/head, to average from 810c and 840c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $243/head, to average from 780c to 810c/kg cwt. The best wooly lamb made to $243 and the shorn lambs sold to $239/head.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMB Thursday Agents yarded 8200 sheep at Hamilton last week a reduction of 2230. It was a very good offering of sheep this week and displayed better quality overall, all weights and grades were available. All the regular buyers were in attendance and fully active plus two additional processors. It was a very strong sale and was $15 to $20/head dearer, more so for the light to medium weight sheep with the heavy sheep over 30kg remaining firm. Light weight 2 score sheep

sold from $81 to $127/head to average from 600c to 650c/kg cwt. Medium weight 3 scores sold from $117 to $165/head averaging from 580c to 630/kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $168 to $175 whilst heavy Merino wethers made from $180 to $202/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $229/head to average 550c/kg cwt. The general cost of mutton to be around 610c/kg cwt. Hogetts sold to $198/head. Terminal ram sires sold to $76 and Merino rams made to $94/ head.

Key life skills for beginners... In the early months of a new relationship, both people try to project the best possible version of themselves. Everyone is trying to impress their partner, putting on an act, doing everything they can to hide any personal qualities they feel may be a turn off for the other person. We all understand that we’re receiving a sanitised version of our partner and that over time the act will wear off. They’ll stop putting so much effort into their appearance, they’ll reveal the fact they have annoying habits, they’ll stop making out they find your jokes funny, and they’ll start farting in your presence. In my case, it wasn’t until I was


well and truly committed to the relationship that I found out my partner Donna was missing a key life skill which has a negative impact on my life. By that stage it was really too late to back out. The life skill that Donna is missing is the ability to know when a conversation has finished, bring it to its conclusion and then depart. For example, if we’re out shopping and we encounter people we know, Donna is incapable of sensing the point where the conversation is running out and then politely finishing and walking off. She overstays in this kind of social situation until it becomes uncomfortable and awkward. This impacts on me because I’m stuck there with her. It’s particularly an issue when it is her friend or family member. I could take responsibility for ending the encounter, but it looks rude and controlling if I suggest she stop talking with them. She is responsible for winding the conversation up. In contrast I’m very talented in the area of bringing these chats to an end. To begin with, I’m extremely skilled at reading the point in these social encounters when I have done my duty of chatting, showing some interest in what the other person is up to and how they’re going, and foreseeing that the conversation has run its course and is about to become uncomfortable. Knowing that point is one key element of ending these gatherings.

The second key part is ending the conversation smoothly, not in an abrupt and rude fashion. We’ve all been talking to someone where we’ve felt the conversation ended suddenly and in an unusual fashion. We’ve all encountered a person who doesn’t know how to politely end the chat. I have two go to moves. Move one is using the phrase, “Well, I better leave you to it.� By using this phrase, I give the person I’m talking to the feeling that I think they’re doing something important and I don’t want to get in the road of them accomplishing that task. It shows that I think they’re a task-oriented person who is trying to achieve something with their life, and I care about them enough to end the conversation so that I’m not an obstacle to them making it happen. It’s a double positive phrase.

My second move involves the phrase, “I better keep moving.� This one is slightly different to the first in that you’re indicating to the person you’re conversing with that you’re the one who is a busy taskoriented person. Done well this move leaves the person feeling that you’d like to have a bit more of a chat, but you have something that you really need to attend to. There’s a slight danger in this one if you’re trying to be polite in that you can give the impression that you’re arrogant and selfimportant. If the person knows you they may think, “Why do you need to keep moving? You’ve been unemployed for the last four years.� Or, “Why do you need to keep moving? You’re dressed in board shorts and a singlet. Clearly you’ve got nowhere to be.� There’s also the danger of giving

the impression that spending time with the other person is simply not a priority. You don’t want to give this impression, unless you actually do want to give this impression. I do have a final move that I’ll refer to as 2a as it’s linked to move two. This one is a little trickier in that it requires you to have children. As any parent knows, when you’re talking to another person or people that you encounter, the children will gradually get bored with waiting for you to end the conversation. The whole world revolves around them and the fact that they want to go to the toy shop/EB Games/ hoooooome! They will express their boredom by interrupting the conversation to tell you, poke you, poke their sibling, tell you they’re bored, start running round in circles or generally be a nuisance. At this point, you can end the c onversation (if you are looking for a way to exit) with the phrase, “I better get these two moving.� The people can clearly see that keeping the children there any longer may lead to some cataclysmic event, and quite frankly they don’t want to be nearby. They’re happy that you’ve recognised there’s a problem and will be taking it away from them. If you’d like to share your partner’s worst habit, email me at That would be a much healthier and safer way of handling it than writing an article about it for thousands people to read.





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Classifications: (G) General, (PG) Parental Guidance, (M) Mature Audiences, (MA15+) Mature Audience Over 15 Years[s] Subtitles, Consumer Advice: (d) drug references, (s) sexual references or sex scenes (h) horror, (l) language, (mp) medical procedures, (n) nudity, (v) violence





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Enrolled Nurse Required Mount Gambier Eye Specialists is seeking an enrolled nurse for a casual position in our expanding eye clinic. Duties will include performing eye screens, cataract surgery bookings and assisting in our eye theatre. No previous ophthalmic nursing necessary. If you want to work in a dynamic and fulfilling team environment then this job is for you! Email your application, including resume and cover letter to Jenni O’Toole at or call 8723 6333 to discuss this position.

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TECHNICAL TEAM POSITION Lab Technician - Mount Gambier At Borg, we have been part of a 30-year Australian success story. We are the largest Australian owned decorative and raw board manufacturer, producing Australian made kitchen doors, panels and benchtops, distributed nationwide. As part of our growth in the Mount Gambier community, we are seeking a Lab Technician to join us and become part of our success. Working between our White Avenue and Lakeside locations, the Lab Technician will contribute to ensuring the product and processes are compliant with the required standards and specifications. Duties and responsibilities will include: • Obtaining samples of product • Undertaking a variety of physical testing • Entering test results into database • Data entry and administration support • Analyse results to ensure product meets required standards and specifications • Production troubleshooting • Instrument calibration To be successful in this position you will have: • Demonstrated attention to detail in the tasks you undertake • Intermediate skills in Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel and Outlook) • A solution focussed approach to troubleshooting • Proven communication skills • Excellent time management and organisation skills To secure this role, you will be enthusiastic, reliable, self-motivated, work well on your own and enjoy working in a team environment. Ideally, you will have had previous lab experience and a Certificate III or IV in Lab Operations, however an entry level traineeship may be available for the right applicant. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination, which includes functional, audiometric, alcohol and drug testing. For more information and to submit an application, please visit Application close 5:00pm, Friday 5 February 2021. Borg is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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The successful applicant will be responsible for performing pre-delivery and accessory fitment on new and used vehicles, as well as supervising and managing the workload of pre-delivery technicians. 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 Interest in this position will remain strictly confidential


Pump track ready for action Melaleuca Reserve redevelopment officially completed Construction on the Melaleuca Reserve Neighbourhood Pump Track located on the corner of Douglas Street and Pressey Street has now been completed. The new 91 metre looped neighbourhood pump track replaces the BMX dirt track formerly used at the reserve. "The pump track is designed to primarily service the interests of the surrounding community and follows ongoing consultation with residents to improve the safety and usability of facilities in the space,” City of Mount Gambier City

Infrastructure General Manager Nick Serle said. The $60,000 project was designed and constructed by Youth Services Australia and sealed with asphalt for all-weather use. “It is an entry level track which allows for safer access for younger bike and scooter riders and is a good example of how these types of recreational facilities can be incorporated within neighbourhood parks and play spaces,” he said. "The track has already been well received by people of all ages,

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Full Time Level 3 Increments 1 - 4, $69,759 to $73,055 The District Council of Grant currently has a vacancy for a Community Ranger to join our Environmental Services team. Reporting to the Team Leader – Environmental Health and Compliance, the Community Ranger has the responsibility to promote compliance with various acts of parliament, local laws and Council policies whilst positively engaging with and educating the community. Compliance activities include stock control, litter control, dog and cat management, abandoned vehicles, illegal camping, fire prevention and monitoring of other activities. To be successful in this role you will need: • Confidence in handling dogs and livestock • Excellent relationship, collaborative and interpersonal skills • Calm under pressure and in the face of adverse behaviours • Investigative skills - illegal dumping, abandoned vehicles, littering, nuisance matters (desirable) • Regulatory and compliance experience (desirable) • Proficient computer skills Applicants with transferable skills are encouraged to apply. Please download the ‘Information for Applicants’ and ‘Position Description’ from the Council website on prior to applying. Any questions can be directed to Aaron Price, Team Leader - Environmental Health and Compliance on 8721 0444. Applications close at 5:00pm on Friday 22nd February 2021.


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NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE Surfers way & a Section of Finger Point Road, Pt Mac NOTICE is hereby given that the District Council of Grant has passed the following order: That Council exercises the power pursuant to Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act 1961 and Clause F of the Instrument of General Approval of the Minister dated 17 June 2006 to: Pursuant to Section 33(1) of the Road Traffic Act 1961, declare that the event described below that is to take place on the road described below is an event to which Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act applies; and Pursuant to Section 33(1)(a) of the Road Traffic Act 1961, make an order directing that the road on which the event is to be held be closed to traffic on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February 2021 between the hours of 7.00am and 6.00pm. Road: Surfers Way and a section of Finger Point Road – Port MacDonnell.

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Mount Gambier finishes third at South Australian Softball Championships The Mount Gambier Softball League has fallen agonisingly short of another tilt at a State title, losing a tiebreaker preliminary final to have to be content with a third placing. The Mount Gambier lineup did have five players named in the team of the tournament, including Georgia Hood who was adjudged tournament MVP. Hood was named at first base, Jade Peterson pitcher, Cody Manning at short stop, along with Justine Koop and Teresa Hatch in the outfield. The team had a shaky start to the championships, at the end of last month, when they took on the might of the Adelaide lineup, giving up five runs, majority of which were unearned, and that proved the difference with shortened game time due to the extreme heat, making larger leads very difficult to claw back. The end result saw Adelaide up 8-2 with Georgia Hood showing why she is a genuine Olympic option with a huge triple to centre and a scorching single. Cody Manning ticked over her RBI count scoring Hood with a single of her own and surprise packet Teresa Hatch also showing great promise with the first of several safe hits as a part of her patient at bats, showing no fear when facing higher quality pitching. Mount Gambier’s first victory came against Hills. The 6-3 scoreline credited to pitcher Jade Peterson who struck out five batters in four innings. Mount Gambier also started to find form in the batting box with a lead off Justine

Koop single to right, who then stole second before being scored by another Hood long ball double to left. Manning ran out a single to second who, along with Hood, were scored by a solid double to centre from veteran Nicole Vause. Playing assistant coach Jenna Burston and Hatch chipped in with a hit each and Burston made good ground taking a couple of timely catches at leftfleld. The second game against the Hills was an interesting dual with the Hills girls giving plenty of lip to Hood, who plays with the Hills line-up in the regular competition, as she pitched Mount Gambier to an 11-0 mercy victory. She struck out six hitters and gave up five safehits in her four innings while again adding to her own hitting count with another three safehits. Manning, Hatch, and playing coach Leyna Bruggemann had two hits apiece. Koop was again

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dangerous on base with a lead off walk and a safe hit, Vause with another double, and the injured Sarah Polderman found a miracle remedy to get herself on the field picking up a base on balls and a bunt safe hit. Bri Dunn fielded solidly at third throughout the tournament. The second game against Adelaide was a nail biting one all draw. Koop was again on fire with two safe hits and a walk, with the latter securing Mount Gambier’s solitary run. Burston led off the second innings with a single to centre and she was moved around to third by a double from Bruggemann. With two outs and loaded based Koop picked out four balls and Burston walked over the plate. Jo Hopgood and Sam Brown found themselves on base with crisp safe hits to centrefield each, with Manning a single to right. Peterson was again

outstanding holding the Adelaide team, who had two Aussie Spirit squad members in Belinda White and Chelsea Robinson, with five Ks and three safe hits and the earned run came care of a double to White scored by Adelaide designated player Taylor Chillingworth. Adelaide finished with two wins, two draws; Mount Gambier two wins, one loss, one draw; and Hills with three losses and a draw – meaning Adelaide advanced straight to the grand final. The Hills girls dug deep in the 40-plus degree weather holding Mount Gambier scoreless over six innings including the tie breaker with Hills pitcher Chantelle Lewis terrific and well backed by her field. The Mount Gambier side could not link their hits together when it counted and went into the tiebreaker decider one down as Hills professionally executed their one run. Their runner took proper advantage of Bruggemann’s aging knees and arm stealing third, Manning snagged a line drive at short stop for the first Hills out, but then Hills DP Lauren Christensen did her job with a sacrifice fly to centrefield although Koop very nearly threw the runner out of the plate. Lewis ripped a double before Hills were shut down by Dunn making a routine out from third. Hills played the percentage correctly giving an intentional walk to Hood despite putting the go head runner on; the force three wa easier to defend. Bruggemann rolled the dice with

Manning deciding to have her hit away in the situation. Manning had smashed two earlier balls up the middle but was put out on both occasions care of excellent fielding. And that was the same story, a centimetre difference would have seen at least one runner score as Manning pulverised the ball but the line drive was caught by pitcher Lewis who swiftly threw out Hood diving back to first for the double play. One of Mount Gambier’s best hitters for the weekend Hatch was up and battled to a full count, but unfortunately found third bases glove to then be thrown out at first for the game. Hills went on and beat Adelaide in a terrific grand final match 4-3 despite Adelaide having White clear the fence scoring two. RESULTS Game 1: Adelaide 8 d Mount Gambier 2 (Hood 2, Manning 1, Hatch 1) Game 2: Mount Gambier 6 (Koop 2, Hood 2, Manning 2, Vause 1, Burston 1, Hatch 1) d Hills 3 Game 3: Mount Gambier 1 (Koop 2, Hopgood 1, Manning 1, Burston 1, Bruggemann 1, Brown 1) drew with Adelaide 1 Game 4: Mount Gambier 11 (Hood 3, Hatch 2, Manning 2, Bruggemann 2, Koop 1, Vause 1, Polderman 1) d Hills 0 Game 5 preliminary final ended in tie breaker: Hills 1 d Mount Gambier 0 (Hood 3, Bruggemann 1, Polderman 1)

Mount Gambier & District Cricket Association weekend results RESULTS BARBER SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Penola v Mil lel Penola 1st innings 194 (M. Smith 55; J. Mullan 39; M. Waters 30no.; N. Walters 5/44; M. Little 4/46) Mil Lel 1st innings (in reply) 2/10 (M. Waters 2/3) North Sportsman’s v East Gambier North Sportsman’s 1st innings 173 (J. Schutz 65 (pictured below);

N. McInerney 44; K. Thomson 3/51; E. Marks 3/45; A. Hentschke 2/16) South Gambier v West Gambier West Gambier 116 1st innings (J. Blackwell 4o8; K. Chapman 16; R. Drenthen 6/34; J. Opie 3/39) South Gambier 1st innings (in reply) 3/60 (D. Vine 29) CROUCH SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) West Gambier v Penola Penola 1st innings 144 (N. Fulton 42; B. Merrett 31; A. Maidment 20; B. Maney 18no.; S. DeJong 4/23; S. Dycer 3/39; S. Hughes 3/41) West Gambier 1st innings (in reply) 3/3 (J. Foggo 2/0) East Gambier v Mil Lel East Gambier 1st innings 147 (S. Golebiowski 17; N. Gore 14; no bowling details available) COX BROS SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Mil Lel v Kalangadoo Mil Lel 1st innings 129 (B. Lawson 36; A. Prior 23; W. Lawson 21; no bowling details available) O‘DONOHUE SHIELD North Sportsman’s v East Gambier North Sportsman’s 1st innings 112 (no batting details available; S. Lock 3/8) Millicent v West Gambier Millicent 1st innings 187 (J. Todd 46; E. Cushion 40no.; K. Bevan 21;

B. Rothall 4/19) HALL TROPHY East/North Gambier v South Gambier South Gambier 1st innings 8/166 (no batting details available; O. Vause 3/9) SIMS SHIELD Glencoe v Penola Penola 1st innings 3/178 (L. Baverstock 44ret.; P. Lydeamore 24ret.; H. De Garis 17ret.; S. Haase 2/10) East Gambier v Mil Lel Gold East Gambier 1st innings 7/186 (E. Clark 45no.; K. Galloway 22no.; E. Hunt 20; R. Lucas 19; V. Radley 2/15) South Gambier White v West Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 4/111 (B. Noble 29ret.; T. Richards 10ret.) North Sportsman’s v Mil Lel Green Mil Lel Green 1st innings 3/124 (H. Hicks 26no.; T. Virtanen 21no.; T. Horbury 10no.; O. Vause 2/11) South Gambier Maroon v Gambier Central Gambier Central 1st innings 7/51 (no batting dxetails available; P. Sigley 3/1)



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Ben Young earns State basketball selection A veteran of representative basketball, Mount Gambier’s Ben Young, is set to don the tri-colours again, earning selection in the SA Country team headed to the national championships in the Under 18 boys line-up. Ben has been playing basketball since he was seven, following in the footsteps of his father and sister. “It led me to come out and give it a go and have fun with my friends,” Ben said. That decision has seen the 16 year old continue to develop through club, regional and State team opportunities with a number of key local basketball personnel having a hand in ensuring Ben continues to develop his game and secure opportunities at the elite level, including this latest selection that will see him heading to the Werribee hosted national titles. “I have been lucky enough to have been coached by some very influential coaches along the way,” Ben said, with Bryan Green

and Matthew Berkefeld having an influence on then rising star. “Richard Hill has helped me to develop my game by allowing me to train with the Pioneers squad and my dad for coaching my local association and Bulldogs teams, as well as my junior Lakers sides and all the individual training.” Ben has also had the opportunity to play alongside some great role models with Simon Berkefeld, Matthew Berkefeld and Tom Daly leading the list of team mates who have [played their role in improving Ben’s game. “I have also been able to train and play with some fantastic teammates including my Lakers team which has barely changed since under 12s,” Ben said. He has been part of the Lakers program since 2015 and found his way into the SA Country system from Under 13 competition, including a stint when he was playing Under 14 basketball in national colours when he represented Australia at the Mel Young Classic in New Zealand.

The Grant High School student has chosen to concentrate on his basketball, putting his football career at South Gambier on hold with the April 10-17 national championships his primary focus. “My short term goal is to best prepare myself for the upcoming national championships and perform to the best of my ability to help the team achieve a good result,” Ben said. “My long term goal is to play basketball at the highest level, whatever that may be.” And it is safe to say whatever ben achieves will be courtesy of hard work and plenty of it. “I try to be really dedicated and committed to trainings and games to strive to get better, and I keep working on my basketball IQ so I can perform in high pressure situations.“ NEXT WEEK’S LIFESTYLE1 WILL GET THE THOUGHTS OF THE OTHER MOUNT GAMBIER RFEPRESENTAIViE HEADED TO THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS – TARA BRYANT.

Perfect score secures Rhook victory South East Field & Game hosts 50 target event

Seventy-two competitors nominated for the South East Field & Game 50 Target Compak shot over two grounds in perfect conditions. Sponsors for the day were Aussie Disposals, Galpins Accountants and Barry Sims. Ron Rhoo(pictured above with club president Charles Wallis) shot a perfect score of 50/50 to claim the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun.

BELOW: (From left) Veterans winner Wayne Gurney and third placed Neville Kent; Ladies second placegetter Charlotte Devaud, winner Sonya Vanderhorst & third placed Delia O`Daniel; Juniors second placed competitor Kody Vanderhorst and winner Declan Wright. RIGHT: Sub Juniors second placegetter Kain Ashby and winner Shakielle Von Stanke.

ABOVE: (From left) AA Grade winner Jeremy Kent and second placed Leigh Dunn; Seniors winner Chris Wright, second placegetter Greg Kessagian and third placed Ernie Scheidl; C Grade winner Thomas More. PHOTOS SUPPLIED

HEAD TRAINER South Gambier Football Club is seeking the services of a Head Trainer for Season 2021 Successful applicant will be required to work with coaching staff, trainers and players to build a safe environment for all Level 2 Trainers Certificate, First Aid & Police Check required. Financial remuneration for position For further information or to apply please contact Club President Wayne Glynn 0407 928 753



Indians dominate early to set up win



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Lopsided division one contests in the Mount Gambier & District Baseball League South got away to a flier in their game against Millicent at Millicent putting on 10 runs in the opening inning. Hits to Hayden Battye, Bruce Morale (two including a home run pictured right), Dean Hamilton, Ben Morale and Tarkyn Morale, with all of those runs being batted in, gave the Indians a match winning lead. They added three more in the second dig before Millicent got on the board but it was only a solitary run before South was back batting again. Two runs were added in the third after the first two batters picked base on balls and were batted in by Travis Lockwood’s (pictured below) long drive to leftfield. The Bandits responded in the even dig when they scored six runs after they picked up four walks, a hit batter and three safehits. In the fourth South added three more while Millicent backed up their previous inning with three of their own. The Millicent defence held strong in the top of the fifth not allowing a run from their opposition and then their batters added two more. South made amends for their lapse in the fifth by adding a further five runs in the top of the sixth when four consecutive safehits from Ben Morale, Lockwood, Alex Lewis and Jesse Balshaw and a walk by Tarkyn Morale saw all those batters cross the homeplate. They then proceeded to shut the game down as they finished off Millicent chances with three up three down. The game finished in favour of South 23 runs to 12. But for the Indians excellent first inning the game could have finished much tighter.

Federal was held scoreless in its game against Tigers only recording two safehits for the game. In the bottom of the first Garth Ransom hit safely and scored on an error. In the third Hayden Jones drilled a ball to short stop which forced an error and was batted in by Ransom’s three bagger to rightfield. In the fifth with two out Brayden Morton hit safely to centrefield and was batted home by Hayden Jones. The seventh saw Brayden Morton end up at third base after his long shot to leftfield and was batted in again by Hayden Jones. Their final two runs were added in the eighth when both Matt Thomson and Karl Ransom found them on base from errors while Thomson scored on a wild throw and Ransom was batted in by Tyler Horrigan. Tigers had eight safehits, one walk,one hit batter, four RBI, 11 K’s, left nine runners on base and made no errors. Federal had two safehits, six walks, one hit batter, three K’s, left seven runners on base and made five errors. RESULTS Division 1 South Indians 23 (Ben Morale, Alex Lewis 3, Bruce Morale (HR), Dean Hamilton, Travis Lockwood 2, Hayden Battye, Jesse Balshaw, Tarkyn Morale) d Millicent 12 (Anthony Mutton

3, Craig Chittleborough, Tim Nieuwenhuizen, Thomas Winkley, Saxon Altschwager 2, Jack Hateley); Tigers 6 (Garth Ransom 3, Brayden Morton, Hayden Jones 2, Tyler Horrigan) d Federal 0 (Clay Carpenter, Alex Reppin) Division 2 Central Magpies 11 (Alex Ridding 3, Josh Chuck, Kody Shaw 2, Colby Muller, Patrick O’Hehir, Jordan Carrison. Kyall McClean) d South Indians 0 (Hayden Timms, Ryan Walter); Tigers 12 (Garrett Ha, Tom Wing, Matt May 2, Kane Harrison, Jake England) d Federal 2 (Zeb Chant, Hamish Telford) Junior League South Indians 11 (Dylan Lewis, Abby Joyce 2, Zane Lewis, Bo Sampson, Charlie Clark) d Federal 8 (Alex Lynch); Tigers 16 (Flynn Hillstone 3, Kaleb Kermond 2, Cameron Scott, Jarvi Mee, Alex Merrett, Ki Mullan, Ollie Gregory) d Central 4 Little League Central 13 (Cooper Smith, Jacob Walkom 4, Lachlan Brierley 2, Sam Ruwoldt) d Federal 3 (Jobe Harten 2, Cooper Munro, Jarrod Carey, Memphis Pearce, Conner McDonald, Solomon Telfer, Troy Horbury); Tigers 9 (Jai Hillstone, Levi Seager, Banjo Sampson, Jacoby Dixon) d Millicent 3 (Lexi Fox, Molly Cushion) Minor League Central 6 (Jobe Lynagh) d Federal 5 (Harvey Dowdell)

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Magnificent Manning It was the top of the table clash on Saturday as Warriors Blue took on Concordes White. Fielding first, Concordes held Warriors in the first, and then scored their first run after a very rare walk forced in a run. It was then Warriors chance to take advantage of two errors in the field by Concordes, and score a run of their own. Concordes gun recruit Alli Kreplins then hit a beautiful RBI to leftfield to score Billie Jones however Warriors replied immediately, with an RBI to Mel Chuck to score Bec White, both of whom had two safehits for the match. Concordes looked to take the game away in the next innings, and scored two more on four saf hits however a two run lead wasn’t going to be enough as Warriors showed why they are top, scoring three runs in the last to take a slender lead into Concordes last at bat. At the top of their line up Concordes loaded up the bases and Billie Jones came through for her team, creaming a two out double to centrefield which scored Sam Brown and Elysha Collins. Concordes added on with RBI singles to both Daniela Waters and Kreplins, to finally take the game eight runs to five. It was an excellent team effort by Concordes who won by recording 15 safehits to Warriors six, including a game high three safe hits from Kate Altschwager and Billie Jones. For Warriors Bec White showed why she’s a favourite for a batting trophy this year with her super consistent hitting. The other 1pm game saw Demons record a massive score of 21 runs against a seven player Wanderers, the highlight of the day being Cody Manning (pictured below) absolutely crushing a ball clear over the fence for the first time in the league this season. She finished the day with four safehits, with pitcher Montanna Millard finishing with five. RESULTS Wednesday 27/1 (catch up game from 15/1) Concordes White 9 (J Hopgood 3, S Brown, E Collins 2, D Waters, A Kreplins (HR) d Concordes United 2 (L McCallum 3, D Jones, S Thomson, B Von Duve, H Taylor) Saturday 30/1 Concordes White 8 (K Altschwager, B Jones 3, J Hopgood, M Sutherland, D Waters, A Kreplins 2, S Brown) d Warriors Blue 5 (B White, M Chuck 2, D Wombwell, T Wilsmore; Demons 21 (Montanna Millard 5, C Manning 4 (1HR over the fence), H Burner 3, H Watson, J Morale, J Mason, B Morale 2, J Clarke) d Wanderers 5 (F Finch, E Hart, S Moretti 2, L Clifford-Finch, I Bonney, J Hart); Warriors White 12 (S Polderman, M Chuck 3, C Chaplin, T Wilsmore 2, J Koop, K Anderson) d Concordes United 5 (S Thomson, L McCallum, J Hopgood 2, B Von Duve, K Altschwager, S Wilson)

Earl & Schapel combine for 2-4-2 victory

Last week in very warm conditions, 29 players took to the Millicent Bowls Club greens to play 20 ends of 2-4-2. Tournament director Derek Bowering, welcomed two visiting players, Kym Stewart, from Kalangadoo, and Mathew Eldridge, son of John Eldridge. There was aalos a reminder about the upcoming Men’s and Ladies’ Championship Fours which is to be played Sunday, February14, starting at 8.30am. The winners for the day was the team of Chris Earl and Glen Schapel with a score of 33+22. Runners up was the team of David Botting and current Ssngles champion Bryan Roper. Other winning teams for the day were Peter Bateman, Neil Whelan 32+8; a triple of Ray Doecke, Malcolm Wright and Wayne Burris 32+6; Peter Dunicliff, Glen Tilley 32+4; Ian Kuchel, Peter Scanlon 32+4 and David Nuske, Dirk Pietersma 31+2. TRIPLES CHAMPIONS: (Above left) Winners Chris Earl & Glen Schapel and (above right) runners up Bryan Roper & David Botting



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RSL Bowls Club ladies championship fours decided

The Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowling Club Ladies Championship Fours has been run and won, with the title decided at the end of last month. Only five teams entered but the competition was very strong. The format was played over 12 ends with the highest number of shots advancing to the final. After a preliminary game it was down to two very compeititive semi finals to battle out which teams would advance. The fancied four of Fiona Pearson, Kym Franklin, Joy Bilney and Jane Crowder took on Jenny Bowering, Veronica Opie, Carmel

McQuade and Julie Beaman. After 11 ends there was only oneshot the difference but on the last end Fiona Pearson was able to lead her team to two more shots and had a final three shot victory to advance to the final. The other semi final was played between the experienced four of Merna Whitehead, Jenny Waugh, Beryl Messenger and Nancye Wilson who were pitched against Eilene Cruise, Liz Shroeder, Kathy McIntosh and Trish Webb. The scores were locked on even shots after the allotted 12 ends but the Merna Whitehead team

was able to score 1 shot on the deciding end to go into the final. The final was played over 15 ends and with some exciting and tight bowling the team of Fiona Pearson, Kym Franklin, Joy Bilney and Jane Crowder were too strong and ran out winners with a 13 shot to 9 victory to take out a very entertaining competition. LADIES CHAMPIONS: Jane Crowder, Joy Bilney, Kym Franklin & Fiona Pearson

Wilson shines at Blue Lake Golf Club A very windy day met the ladies at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday, but that didn’t deter the winners as some very good scores were posted for the stableford competition. Division 2’s Viv Wilson was the player of the day scoring a massive 41 points. Grade winners in Division 1 were Carol Megaw, carding 37 points, off a 29 handicap, with splits of 19/18 that included pars on the 5th, 14th and 18th and unfortunately four bogeys and a double bogey marred an otherwise excellent score. Runner up, vice captain Geraldine Scott has been in the winner’s circle of late with her consistency carding 36 points, splits of 17/19, off a 21 handicap. Included in her score, pars on the 12th and 16th and no scrubs helped her get over the line ahead of Dianne Perryman and Lee-Anne Medhurst, both 35 resulting in a coun-back, Perryman getting the nod for third. Nearest to the pin went to Perryman. A golfer’s score of 41 points doesn’t come along very often and Viv Wilson off a 41 handicap was ecstatic with such a score carding splits of 20/21 that included 8 x 3 pointers and a 1 x 4 pointer on the dog leg 15th and 1 scrub. Nearest to the pin added to Wilson’s prizes for the day. The handicapper will be looking to readjust her handicap before her next game. Another regular in the winner’s circle was runner-up Bev Pascoe off a handicap of 31 scoring 37 points, splits of 16/21, that included 2 x 3 pointers, par’s on 15th and 16th and only 1 scrub. President Beryl Mahoney was only one point away with 36 playing to the daily scratch rating. The proshot on the 116 metre downhill par 3 5th hole was win by Rosemary Martland. Next week’s competition is the 1st round of the Sorrentos Cafe sponsored Summer trophy to be played in stroke format. A reminder the 2019/20 trophy presentation night for the BLGC will be this Friday. WILSON ON FIRE: Division 2 runner up Bev Pascoe, division 2 winner Vivienne Wilson, division 1 winner Carol Megaw & division 1 runner up Geraldine Scott.

Table tennis returns for 2021 The Mount Gambier Table Tennis Summer 2021 season kicked off last week in highly energetic and hotly contested fashion, with many players returning to resume hostilities and rivals and more impressively, many new faces displaying their skills for the first time. The 2021 Summer season has been organised into 3 “Grades”, each comprising 5 teams of 4 players. In the first match of the A Grade competition, Boom Shakalaka were led into battle by Ben Newman against Sirinat Sweet’s Go-Ghetiams. The former’s Sanith Ghetia commenced proceedings with a comfortable three game victory over his Boom Shakalaka opponent David HarrisJones. Ward Freeman then squared the ledger for his team with victory over David Fox. This trend continued, the teams going toe-to-toe for much of the night, Freeman and Sweet both remaining undefeated as they tried to carry their respective teams over the line. Ultimately, Boom Shakalaka took the spoils seven rubbers to five, Sweet’s epic five game victory over Ben Newman to end the night was too little too late. In the other Grade match, The Mac’nToshes led by strong displays from returning club heavyweight Josh Jantosh and his teammate Johnny McBain, prove far too strong for Leigh Barry’s Leighmonz, winning eight rubbers to four. Leighmonz player Justin Hutchesson got his team off to the perfect start, making light work of Graham Jantosh. McBain then levelled things up with victory over Harry Childs. The two teams battled toe-to-toe until halfway through the match the Mac’n’Tosh’s were able to break the shackles and cruise to a comfortable victory. Leigh Barry fought bravely in a five game battle against Josh Jantosh to end the night, ultimately Jantosh proving too strong and polished at critical times in the contest. The B Grade also produced lopsided results, Turn It Up accounting for Revengers, eight rubbers to four, whilst The Wolf Pack completely outplayed the Twerkers, winning nine rubbers to three. Brian McPhee and Mike Hosszu produced clean singles sheets for the Wolf Pack, although Hosszu was pushed to the limits against his Twerkers opponent Gary Hocking, eventually prevailing in 5 tense games. There were more exciting five game rubbers to thrill onlookers in the contest between Turn It Up and Revengers, although many of them fell the way of the victors. By the time Revengers player Cameron Beal prevailed over Turn It Up’s Tony Elletson in five games to end the night, the overall result was well and truly decided. In the C Grade, there were many new faces trying their hand for the first time, as well as some players returning after a break away from the game. The Fireballs played out a six-all draw against the Snowballs, the latter prevailing on countback of games won. Lorraine Halleday and Nathaniel Harris-Jones both produced undefeated singles performances for the Fireballs, however it was not enough to get their team the overall win. In the final match of the night, The Griffins’ player Angus Billing got his team off to a strong start against the next generation of a family synonymous with table tennis in Mount Gambier, young Max Jantosh playing his first competitive match for the Ramentum team. With older brother Josh providing moral support from the sidelines, young Jantosh showed that he will be a force to be reckoned with like his father and brothers before him for many years to come, however on this occasion Billing proved to be too strong and experienced. Jantosh recorded his first victory against another newcomer in Joshua Halleday. Young Halleday appeared to have the rubber under control when he took a two-nil lead, before Janosh stormed back to take the remaining three games and the rubber. Emina Leamey, returning to competition after a break from the game, showed that she has lost none of her class, going undefeated in her singles rubbers to carry Ramentum to victory. For the Griffins, Jedda Hardcastle also produced a clean sheet in her singles rubbers. Ultimately, Ramentum prevailed seven rubbers to five. Two rubber winners: • A Grade: Josh Jantosh, Johnny McBain (Mac’n’Tosh), Sirinat Sweet (The Go Ghetiam’s), Ward Freeman (Boom Shakalaka). • B Grade: Luke Bremner (Turn It Up) • C Grade: Emina Leamey (Ramentum), Jedda Hardcastle (The Griffins), Loraine Halleday, Nathaniel Harris-Jones (Fireballs),

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Bowlers beat the heat




JILL 0400 598 327 DUNCAN 0407 722 983 0419 366 649 Late last month the Millicent Bowls ClubROSANGELA held their annual KCA/Mac Landrover Competition with 40 players taking to the greens in very warm conditions. The games started at 8.30am due to the weather forecast and only two games of 10 ends were played in the morning. The winning team for the day was the team of Sarah Ross, David Nuske, Bryan Roper and Wayne Ross (pictured), winning their two games. In second place, also two wins was the team of, Bob Baxter, Aaron Emonson, David Taylor and Derek Bowering. Third place saw the team of John Eldridge, Gath Baker, Peter Varcoe and John Drew and collecting fourth place money was the team of Arthur O’Connell, Alan Correll, Colin Lomas and Terry Lonergan Prizes also went to the best first and second game winners and these went to: First game Derk Pietersma, Heather Carthew, Ella Pietersma and Dawn Bellman. Second game winners were Neil Whelan, David Reichelt, Alby Cecotti and Eddie Otter.


Herb on hand for event Annual competition attracst 26 teams The Millicent Bowls Club held their Annual Australia Day/Herb Henderson Day on January 26, with teams coming from Kingston, Mount Gambier, Mount Gambier RSL, Naracoorte, Kalangadoo, Port MacDonnell, Robe and Nhill. Twenty-six teams took to the greens to play one game of 15 ends in the morning and two games of 12 ends in the afternoon. It was great to see Herb attend the luncheon as he is now unable to bowl for a full day. President Peter Hyland welcomed him to the club and also welcomed all players who had travelled to take part in the day. Results for the day saw a mixed team from Mount Gambier, Port MacDonnell and Mount Gambier RSL - Glen Wright, Adam Wilson, Vic Perryman and Keith Dowdell - take out first prize with a score of 84.5 . In second place was a local team of Rod Gibbs, Iain Campbell, Derek Bowering and John Scudds with a score of 83 points. In third place was another mixed team made up from Mount Gambier and Mount Gambier RSL Bowls Clubs - Graham Crowder, John Robinson, Steve Farrell, and Jeff England - with a score of 75.5 points.

Taking out fourth place prize money was another mixed team from Mount Gambier and Mount Gambier RSL - Les James, Dan Masters, Ben Masters and Buzz Bowditch - with a score of 74.5 points, Prizes were also given to the best first, second and third game winners. First game winners were the team of Bryan Vorwerk, Gary Widdison, John Hughes and Bryan Francis.

Second game best winners was the team of Michael Fox, Chris Waugh, Peter Reppon and Steve Attiwill. Third game best winners was the team of Ron Packer, Keith Jarrad, Ron Hallam and Breyton Koch. HERB HENDERSON WINNERS: Glen Wright, Adam Wilson, Vic Perryman & Keith Dowdell

New champions defeat defending champions

A strong entry of 16 teams entered the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowling Club’s Championship Triples late last month. The format was two bowls per player with the best over 15 ends advancing. After two rounds the semi finals were decided with Glenn Wright, Strawb Masters and Ben Masters taking on Ron Ploenges, Ian McIntosh and Robert Corner. The game was tight but the team skippered by Wright was able to forge ahead and was eventual winners 19 shots to 4 shots. In the other semi final last year’s winners of Michael Fox, Garry Fox and Simon Attiwill were too strong for Rex Heins, Andy Ashby and Les James and although the score was 23 shots to 10 shots there was some very good bowling and close ends were played. The final was played over the best of 18 ends with the Wright/ Masters combination getting a good start and holding on against the Fox/ Attiwill team to run out 10 shot winners and claiming the Championship Triples crown. TRIPLES CHAMPIONS: Strawb Masters, Ben Masters and Glenn Wright

Winners the only team to win all three matches

Molly powers to victory Junior riders tackle extra Summer Series road race Mild and overcast skies greeted the junior riders as they set out on their 10km raceon the Australia Day weekend - an event added to the Summer Series due to rider demand. Eddie Buckland began first, with a two minute advantage over Molly Opperman, who was then followed by the final pairing of Jami Buckley and Elmer Buckland three minutes later. Eddie was able to maintain his advantage over the chasing riders until just past the turnaround, when Molly caught him. The two of them then tried to work together to stave off the chasing pair of Elmer and Jami, but ultimately Eddie had run out of legs and Molly was left to ride solo in front. Eddie was caught by the fastclosing pair of Jami and Elmer within sight of the finish line, but Molly (22:33) managed to stay

away and take the victory, followed by Jami (24:08) then Elmer (24:11).

JUNIOR RIDERS: Jami Buckley, Molly Opperman, Elmer Buckland & Eddie Buckland.

The Blue Lake Probus Club held its annual Bowling Day at the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowling Club late last month. Eighteen teams entered this event which was played in a fours format with three games of 10 ends being played for the day. Teams representing Millicent, Hamilton, Port MacDonnell and Mount Gambier were in attendance and the event was sponsored by Dycer Construction. Other sponsors included Herbert Vineyard, Caroline Hills Wines, Shes Apples, Bakers Delight, Caddyshack Bowls Supplies, Rick and Lyn Chirgwin, Margaret Marshall and the Blue Lake Probus Club. After some exciting games the eventual winners of the competition were Tony Freeman, Alby McIntyre, Maryke Heaver and Chris McShane who were able to win their three games and amass a total of 80 points for the day. No other teams won three games but after a countback a team from Millicent led by Denis Clifford were the runners up. BLUE LAKE PROBUS BOWLS DAY WINNERS: Alby McIntyre, Tony Freeman, Maryke Heaver & Chris McShane



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Mount Gambier Cycling Club Summer Series dds Australia Day weekend race Whilst not initially on the calendar for the Mount gambier Cycling Club (MGCC) Summer Series, enough riders were keen for a race on the Australia Day weekend that a 20km handicap event was organised. New riders were also able to join for the race, and so Thomas Miles, Andrew Lock and Dave Delaland were welcomed to their first race for the year. Whilst the forecast was for a hot day, the morning had begun with mild weather, though the north-east wind was starting to pick up as nineteen riders arrived at the start line. First to leave under starters orders was Jason Buckland, hoping to solo time trial the 20km course to victory, given a generous three and a half minute head-start from the next group of Jen Buckland, Lousie Abraham and Jami Buckley (who was backing up from the earlier Junior Race). A further three minutes later, the group of Riley Hill, Dave Delaland, Pru Riddoch and Andrew Lock were given the task of chasing down the front groups. There was then a one minute, thirty second gap (eight minutes after the limit rider had set off) before the group of Harry Opperman, Phil Stasiw and Thomas Miles were allowed to begin their

chase. In his first ever race, Thomas found the going hard with these two riders who were fresh from their podium finish the previous week. At 10 minutes from the limit rider, the next group of Paul Brooker, Bruce McLaughlin and John Cranwell set off in pursuit, followed two minutes later by the trio of Matthew Opperman, Rob Mann and Malcolm Tirabassi. The scratch stalwarts of Nick Kidman and Dave Bryant had to wait a further minute before they could set off in pursuit of all the riders ahead of them, up to 13 minutes already down the road. As the riders neared the halfway mark, the groups were still generally intact and still chasing the riders ahead of them, which happened on the return leg. With 6km still to run, Jason was caught and passed by a group consisting of Dave Delaland, Riley Hill, Jami Buckley and Jen Buckland. With 4km to go the race was tightening up as the remaining riders in contention joined together and set about chasing down the front group. As the pace of the group picked up, some riders were left gasping in their wake until finally, with the finish line almost in sight, the front group were caught by the chasing pack.

The final sprint to the line saw Matthew Opperman take the victory by less than a wheel length over Dave Bryant (who took fastest time honours), and Malcolm Tirabassi. Nick Kidman finished fourth, followed by Rob Mann, Phil Stasiw, Riley Hill, Bruce McLaughlin, and Dave Delaland, with Harry Opperman rounding out the top 10. Finishing in 11th was Jami Buckley, then Jen Buckland, John Cranwell, Paul Brooker, Andrew Lock, Jason Buckland, Louise Abraham and Thomas Miles. MGCC is thankful for the support of the community as we provide these racing opportunities for the riders of the South East, and the volunteers who give up their time to assist the smooth running of these events. THE PODIUM: (Top left) - The senior road race pdodium with seocnd placed Dave Bryant; winner matthew Opperman & third placed Malcolm Tirabassi. THE DRAMATIC FINISH: (Bottom left) Matthew Opperman just holds off Dave Bryant as the finish line approaches. The final margin was barely a wheel.

Millicent Night Owls results Touches Garry (Tug) Wilson ( Mossies) 5, John Payne (Payny) Somerset Legends 3, Malcolm McRobert (Maccas) 3, Graham McRobert (Maccas)3, Bob Reilly (Sparkies) 3, Paul Whitford (Rovers) 3, Ian Johnson (Tant Tigers) 3, Winners: WHITE DIVISION : Scrappers (Judy Sullivan, Robin Thomas, Jan Buhlmann, Manny v. Fuentes) defeated Gizzies Crew 30+12, other winners were X Factor 29+12, Lion Cubs 28+9, with Beanz Team and Rotary having a draw with 17 and 15. BLUE DIVISION : Try Hards (Graham Attiwell, Peter Johns, Arnold Damhuis, Paul Bosco) defeated Max’s Four 28+15, Bits & Pieces 28+8, Birdies 27+15, Somery Seniors 27+2, Mossies 26+2. RED DIVISION: Untouchables (John Cockrum, David Reichelt, Barry Smith, Terry Barnes) defeated Somerset Legends 27+7, Great Northern Clams 27+3, Tant Tigers 27+1, The George 26+6, with Maccas and Jack Attack having a draw on 17 and 15.

BLUE DIVISION: (Above left) Graham Attiwell, Peter Johns, Arnold Damhuis. Absent: Paul Bosko WHITE DIVISION: (Above centre) Robin Thomas, Jan Buhlmann, Judy Sullivan, Manny Fuentes RED DIVISION: (Above right) John Cockrum, David Reichelt, Barry Smith, Terry Barnes

Ladies pairs champions crowned Millicent Bowls Club decides more championships The Millicent Bowls Club has crowned its 2021 Ladies Championship Pairs. The games leading up to the grand final were played over 15 ends and the Grand Final played over 18 ends. Three rounds were played, with the teams of Sarah Ross and Adriana Ross, Lyn Scudds and Ros Varcoe, Elaine Goode and Carol Gibbs and Andrea Radley and Ella Pietersma advanced to the semi finals. Partway through the semi final Carol Gibbs was feeling unwell due

to heat stress and was subbed out of the game. Mary Campbell had not taken part in any of the games was able to join Goode for the remainder of the game and was eligible to play in the grand final if they advanced, which they did, earning a chance to play After the completion of the 15th end, the two teams Scudds and Varcoe for the title. The final was played over 18 ends. Scudds and Varcoe got away to a good start leading by nine shots at the completion of the seventh end

but by the 15th end Goode and Campbell had fought their way back into the game to have the score sitting at 14 shots each. This was leading into a great finish but on the 16th end with only another two ends to play. Scudds and Varcoe were able to score a seven going on to become the Pairs Champions for 2021. PAIRS CHAMPIONS: Ros Varcoe & Lyn Scudds.

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