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ISSUE 869 - Wednesday, February 17, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |







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Back to school for popular comedian Mental health in focus He might have been in town for Saturday’s Grapes of Mirth at Penley Estate but Merrick Watts has a serious side. The popular Aussie comedian shared some of his mental health struggles in the recent television series SAS Australia and he took

the opportunity to speak to Mount Gambier High School students about mental health last Friday as part of his Limestone Coast stopover. See inside for full story

LEFT: Jack O’Connor, comedian Merrick Watts, Joel Griffith, Amber Thompson & Senior Constable Jade Hill.

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Sheeps’s Back Museum ready to unveil new Children’s Museum It took just four words for volunteers at Naracoorte’s Sheep’s Back Museum to spring into action and while the project might not be completely finished by February 20, a new addition to the Sheep’s Back Museum will be officially opened by South Australian Governor Hieu Van Le AC. Museum coordinator Judy Murdoch admits she was taken aback when she overheard those infamous words – “museums are so boring”. “It was a frank young woman who had visited the museum as a kid remembering being made to go,” Judy said. “The museum has always hosted lots of children, lots of classes have visited.” It kickstarted a project that has been simmering along for quite some time and has now been given the hurry up as part of the Governor’s whirlwind visit triggered by the recent Lucindale bushfire. The museum was fortunate that it already had a ready made home for the Children’s Museum having secured the Kybybolite School’s main building and shelter shed in the early 1990s when the school closed. “We had basically been using them to put things that didn’t have

anywhere else to go but is now going to be an interactive museum especially for children.” Judy said. “We realised we needed to have things that were just targeted to children and not adults.” It has also seen a shift from things to look at to things to do. Adelaide based artist and former local teacher Rod Bax (pictured), who has a long standing association with the region, was the man museum volunteers approached when they wanted to design the new children-focussed section. “We asked if he would come down and do the full design and he graciously accepted,” Judy said. “he started taking his grandsons to museums to do his homework on children’s galleries and museums around Adelaide. He

came back with a lot of ideas.” Judy admits volunteers have been working spasmodically to complete the project, with COVID and the elderly volunteer base adding to the challenge. “We won’t be completely finished by the time the Governor visits but people will be able to see what we are trying to do and enjoy it,” Judy said. “Rod has engaged three or four artists that have come down here to work to help with the new area.” From sculpture to paper mache to recycled art, Rod’s colleagues have not only helped create the new space but also worked with the region’s children to ensure they are part of the process. Community groups have also played a role in the transformation. The Working Dog Group gave the remainder of its coffers, when it wound up, to the Children’s Museum and with that in mind part of the display has a strong focus on the role working dogs have played in the region. The Stand Like Stone Foundation has also provided financial assistance and help from the

post office will see the museum add a new service – loaning out non-unique items to schools when the exhibits dovetail into the curriculum. “We are looking forward to being able to loan out items for a week or two to help with whatever they are doing in the classroom,” Judy said. And she is looking forward to how the new interactive Children’s Museum would invigorate interest in the museum for the younger generations. There is a wall jigsaw which the Naracoorte’s Men’s Shed is working on, a cave passage that children can crawl through, a lucky dip, wood rubbings, which sees the children creating their own art works and a giant Snakes & Ladders painting on the verandah that is about fun and also teaching the kids about local wildlife. “There is a real focus on natural history and we have an interactive table on the way that we will look to reprogram to ensure the information is about the local environment here,” Judy said. “We want to link them to their local environment.” And while this latest innovation at the 55 year old Sheep’s Back Museum is almost complete, attracting younger volunteers is set to loom as the next challenge, with COVID seeing many of the older volunteers, many of whom have played a role in the museum since its inception, heading to the sidelines. “We need younger volunteers who can carry it on,” Judy said. “To run the museum their way and take it into the future. It is time for another generation to start to mould the museum.”

Public health is in focus for the City of Mount Gambier as it looks to put together a blueprint for the next six years. It is part of the charter for local government to promote, protect, prevent and progress public health within its area and council is now giving the community a chance to have their input into the draft plan which will run from 2021-2026. The draft plan has been developed to align with the State Public Health Plan 2019-2024 and highlights 12 focus areas for the local community which Council will endeavour to target throughout the life of the plan. The focus areas include: Poor Nutrition and Diet Obesity & Overweight Physical Inactivity Potentially Avoidable Hospital Admissions Degenerative & Mobility for the Aged Substance Abuse (tobacco, illicit drugs and alcohol) Mental Health Suicide Prevention Domestic Violence

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Join us on Sunday, 21 February at 1 pm for ‘In Conversation with Dr. Lisa Slade and JamFactory artist Clare Belfrage’ Dr. Lisa Slade will introduce Clare’s exhibition, discuss her work, studio art practice and walk through the exhibition. On show in the Millicent Gallery from February 11 – March 27. For opening times visit

Council will work to create and maintain strong partnerships with relevant local and state stakeholders to implement the actions outlined within the plan. “Council is committed to developing and sustaining partnerships with our local community, the business sector, tiers of government and their agencies and non-government organisations, to secure high quality public health for our community,” City of Mount Gambier acting CEO Barbara Cernovskis said. The plan is available to view at https://www. au/ Copies of the plan are also available from the Council office, Library, Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre and Visitor Information Centre. The public consultation period closes on Friday, March 5.

Back to school for popular comedian Merrick Watts shares his life experiences with Mount Gambier High School students “Even if I could help one kid.” That was the sentiment of Australian comedian Merrick Watts when he was approached to talk to the Mount Gambier High School population at their assembly last Friday. Already due in the region for his hugely popular Grapes of Mirth show on Saturday at Coonawarra’s Penley Estate – a show that was postponed due to Victoria’s snap lockdown – Watts was only too happy to share his life experience with the large contingent of high school students. It was a visit instigated by Senior Constable Jade Hill from Limestone Coast Crime Prevention and while she was thrilled to be able to tap into Watts and his entertaining delivery style, even she was shocked by his willingness to get involved. Finding more innovative ways to engage the region’s youth and focussing in on smart life choices has been top of Senior Constable Hill’s to do list and it was Watts’ performance on SAS Australia that inspired her to make contact and try her luck and securing the funny man turned commando as an inspirational speaker. “For me, knowing Merrick (Watts) as a radio personality and quite a funny man, I saw a very different side of him on SAS Australia,” Snr

“ is just the type of thing I am trying to do more of so we can get through to kids....” Senior Constable Jade Hill (Limestone Coast Crime Prevention)

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“ wasn’t a discussion about rules and the law, it was about resilience and determination and was of real benefit to the kids of our region.....” Senior Constable Jade Hill (Limestone Coast Crime Prevention)

“ is good to hear from other people that have had challenges in their life and still been able to get their life on track and experience success....” Joel Griffith (Mount Gambier High School student) Const. Hill said. “It resounded with me, the things he was discussing about his own experiences and I had been looking to get a motivational speaker to speak to some kids. After hearing on him on the show I thought he would be perfect.” And so she took a chance – contacting him directly via Instagram and not only getting a positive response to her request but a prompt one. “He responded very quickly and was glad to be involved in the school talk and we managed to

schedule it around his event,” Snr Const. Hill said. “I just thought for a 46 year old man who was not a professional athlete to finish the SAS program with two professional athletes was amazing and showed his determination. The kids seemed to be really engaged and listening to what he said and he happily stayed behind afterwards to talk to them one on one. It is just the type of thing I am trying to do more of so we can get through to kids.” Snr Const. Hill admits, utilising high profile speakers and people with diverse life experience is a

much stronger tactic to getting the message across than having a police officer run through a powerpoint presentation. “I have been looking for a bit of a different approach,” Snr Const. Hill said. “We have been reviewing how we do these presentations and making them more interactive. Getting the kids to sit and look at a screen and talking at them is not getting the results we’re looking for.” Watts had some powerful and, at times, entertaining, stories to tell from his younger days and focussed his talk on having checks and balances in life and making smart choices. “Someone like Merrick (Watts) can better connect with kids,

especially if he is talking about an experience he has had that they are going through,” Snr Const. Hill said. “Speakers like Merrick come at things from a different angle. It wasn’t a discussion about rules and the law, it was about resilience and determination and was of real benefit to the kids of our region. There is no doubt these messages are more well received when they are delivered by somebody with a high profile.” And the feedback from students mirrored the positive outlook Snr Const. Hill had from the Merrick Watts visit. Senior student Joel Griffith enjoyed the assembly with a difference and the chance to hear Merrick Watts’ story. “Merrick talked about his personal story and the challenges that he faced in his childhood and growing up,” Joel said. “He talked about how important it is to consider the choices that you make in life and the fact that you can turn things around no matter what the circumstances are. It is good to hear from other people that have had challenges in their life and still been able to get their life on track and experience success.”


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Full steam ahead Construction of recreation & convention centre well underway

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The old Olympic Park site in Margaret Street Mount Gambier is barely recognisable as the community facility, Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre, begins to take shape. It has been all about demolition in the early going for head contractor BADGE Constructions but the development of the major two storey structure is now well underway. City of Mount Gambier City Infrastructure General Manager Nick Serle said loadbearing block walls had been erected within the building internally, in readiness for slab brace walls and concrete columns to support the structure. “The installation of the foyer and emergency stair formwork is underway and footings excavation and concrete works have also begun in the sports courts area,” Mr Serle said. The refurbishment of the existing outdoor 50 metre pool is also underway, in addition to initial works for the internal 25 metre

pool, learn to swim pool, program pool and splash pad area. “The stairs and handrails have been removed from the 50 metre pool and excavation, reinforcement and concrete works for the footings for the internal pools is underway,” Mr Serle said. The first slab for level one was poured in January 2021. “The second and third slab for level one will be poured this month and the formwork and concrete columns will go in,” Mr Serle said. “The lift shaft is expected to be completed in the coming days.” Formwork for the level one function rooms has begun, including reinforcement for the beams and slab. “Reinforcement and post tensioning works have also been completed for the fitness rooms,” he said. Outside in the car park, the kerbing works and base course pavement for the southern car park have been completed. “It is anticipated that asphalt


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will be installed in the area soon, followed by line marking,” Mr Serle said. “The car park will be finished in the coming weeks and will enable on-site parking for the construction team which should help to remove some of the cars parking on O’Halloran Terrace.” Demolition and earthworks are also continuing in the vicinity of the old Aquatic Centre.

Photos of the development are updated every 15 minutes and can be viewed by following the links on the City of Mount Gambier website, while the latest time lapse of the building process is also available to view. Further information about the project is available at: https:// www.haveyoursaymountgambier.

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Hospice care in the spotlight Community forum looking at development of In Home Hospice Care Service The establishment of an ‘In Home Hospice Care’ (IHHC) service in Mount Gambier takes another step forward, with a community forum to be held on Monday, March 1 to update the general public about this valuable new service. In Home Hospice care (IHHC) chair Maureen Klintberg said the Mount Gambier In Home Hospice model was based on the successful Warrnambool & District Community Hospice (WDCH), which has been fully operational since 2016, and offers hospice care in the home provided by a team of around 70 volunteers. With the easing of border restrictions, the WDCH management team is now able to visit Mount Gambier and share their valuable knowledge with the community. The forum’s headline act will be Dr Eric Fairbank AM (pictured below left), who will share the journey of the establishment of the not-for-profit WDCH. Dr Fairbank is a former Palliative Care Director for the South West Region in Victoria, the Patron of Warrnambool and District Community Hospice, and has played a voluntary role in the establishment, promotion and operation of Hospice care. He currently visits patients on initial home assessments where he talks with families about their plans and also provides free monthly workshops focused on the development of death literacy. He is author of the book Manual for Living and Dying in Style. Dr Fairbank will be joined by Merran Koren (pictured far right), a WDCH volunteer and former resident of Mount Gambier, and WDVH president Brian Dillon, President WDCH. Local speakers will include Country Health Connect Palliative Care Unit nurse consultant Rebecca Whittaker and surgeon Assoc Professor Matthias Wichmann. The WDCH team will also be present at a separate information session for people interested in becoming a trained voluntee on Tuesday ,March 2 at 1pm, in the function room at the Mount Gambier Community RSL. With research showing that 70% of terminally ill people would prefer to spend their end-of-life days at home, there is understanding that many die in hospital for social not medical reasons. “The need for hospice care and an extension of the current local palliative care service has been expressed for some time within the community,” Maureen said. “Although there has been no palliative care trained volunteers in Mount Gambier for quite a while, training of volunteers through Palliative Care SA has continued in the metropolitan areas of Adelaide and we are working collaboratively with Palliative Care SA and WDCH to establish our own team of locally trained volunteers.” The aim of the IHHC project is to fill identified gaps in existing services, with in-home care provided by specially trained volunteers to enable terminally ill people, who would prefer to die at home, the option of

compassionate, person and familycentred care in their home setting. Volunteers do not offer medical care or advice, instead they focus on providing practical and emotional assistance to the dying person, family and carer. Hospice, also referred to as endof-life care, is provided to people who generally are expected to have less than six months to live and when curative treatment is no longer an option. The goal is care and support to make the patient as comfortable as possible. Where possible, an option of where the care is provided is offered - this may be at home, a hospital, hospice or a residential aged care facility. Palliative care is treatment, care and support for people living with a life-limiting illness, meaning an illness that cannot be cured and that they are likely to die from. Care and treatment are provided to help people live their life as fully and as comfortably as possible. Palliative and end-of-life care

is for people of any age and can involve not only doctors and nurses, but also family members, friends, clergy, counselors, social workers & volunteers who provide compassionate, holistic care to the patient and their supportive network. The IHHC will work in collaboration with local GPs, palliative care team members and allied health services. “A premises is now being secured for the IHHC service to operate from, job positions for a hospice manager and volunteer administrator/coordinator are currently being advertised, and training for the first group of volunteers is planned to commence the middle of March,” Maureen said. “We would be delighted to hear from members of the community who are interested in becoming a volunteer. No specific skills are required, just a desire to assist and help those in need as community support is vital to ensuring the

“...just a desire to assist and help those in need as community support is vital to ensuring the success and sustainability of the home-hospice service...” Maureen Klintberg

success and sustainability of the home-hospice service.” The establishment of the Mount Gambier In Home Hospice Care service was made possible by funding through the SA Government Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program and is supported by the Mount Gambier Private Hospital.

No bookings are required for the forum to be held at the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre on Monday, March 1, commencing at 7pm. Entry is free, and doors open at 6.30pm. For further information please contact Maureen via email or phone 0438 010 780.

Sharing the stage again Chelsea Manor & Higgs Field back on stage For the second time in the space of three months, local bands Chelsea Manor and Higgs Field are set to share a stage. The two Mount Gambier based bands were part of the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre’s inaugural Live & Local program that saw the live streamed performances as well as the return of live audiences at

the iconic space at the end of last year. For Chelsea Manor the Live & Local gig was the follow up to their stunning debut live performance at Lucindale’s 2019 One Night Stand, while for Higgs Field, it was their debut. Overthrow Productions has now brought the two local acts on the


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rise together, along with headline act Horror My Friend and Adelaide based group Agapanther, for an outdoor gig at Jens Hotel’s Beer Garden on February 20. For Higgs Field, the Jen’s Hotel gig is a chance to build momentum around their recently released EP Paracusia that is receiving critical acclaim both here and internationally, while for Chelsea Manor, it is another chance to get back on a stage, after the momentum from their stunning debut, alongside the likes of the Hilltop Hoods, Ocean Alley and G Flip, was arrested by the death of live performance in 2020. Chelsea Manor have recently had had two songs make Three D Radio’s Top 101 of 2020 so the February 20 performance is a chance to for local audiences to see what all the fuss Is about. Higgs Field is a progressive rock band that includes Kyle Gleed, Liam Brown, Dylan Leggett and Bradley Frost, while Bianca Hendy, Michael Collins and Ivan Heenan are the trio crafting the path forward for Chelsea Manor. The show’s headline act, Adelaide based Indie rock band Horror My Friend, burst onto the scene in 2016 and built on the energy of their live shows, have only gone from strength to strength, with their hit single Turned Loose enjoying more than 300,000 streams on Spotify. Horror My Friend have performed at festivals such as Groovin’ The Moo, Yours & Owls Festival, Bigsound, Blurst of Times and Poison City Weekender, whilst garnering strong radio and media support nationally and internationally. Agapanther are also making the trek from Adelaide and are a four piece alternative/punk band that

first hit the scene in 2018 and are coming off the back off releasing their debut EP Overdue last year. Pre-sale tickets are $25 from either Jen’s Hotel or Dale Cleves Music and the show is scheduled to kick off at 7.30pm.

BEER GARDEN LINE-UP: (Above top) Chelsea Manor; (above centre) Higgs Field; (aabove bottom left) headline act Horror My Friend & (above bottom right) Adelaide based Agapanther

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The Governor of South Australia, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, will visit Naracoorte and Lucindale on February 20. His itinerary will include officially opening the Children’s Museum at The Sheep’s Back at a community morning tea before spending the afternoon at Lucindale taking in fire recovery efforts from January’s devastating Blackford-Avenue Range fire. His Excellency (pictured) will have lunch at Yakka Park with volunteers and community members involved in the fire fighting and fire recovery efforts, then travel to Avenue Range to visit affected landowners. After visiting Lucindale, he will return to Naracoorte to officially launch the Naracoorte Migrant Resource Centre and Limestone Coast Multicultural Network before enjoying dinner at Pearl

Continental Australia with invited guests. His Excellency last visited the local area in 2019 when he

attended a community morning tea and toured local businesses, farms, wineries and tourist attractions. Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery OAM said it was an honour to be hosting another local visit by His Excellency and showcasing our area’s richness and diversity as well as its resilience in the wake of the BlackfordAvenue Range fire.

Record donations Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal tops $40,000 The local community raised a record amount of more than $40,000 for the 2020 Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. Donations flooded in throughout November and December to support local agencies to provide food hampers, vouchers and gifts. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM praised the local community for providing generous support to the annual appeal despite the challenges many experienced throughout 2020. “Each year I am overwhelmed by those who donate so generously to the appeal but given the circumstances this year, the total tally of $40,211.30 really has exceeded all expectations and I thank all community groups, individuals and businesses who

have helped those in need in our community to experience some of the joys of Christmas,” Mayor Martin said. “I was particularly impressed by 10 year old Jacob Halleday who donated his savings of $209 to the appeal to help others during the festive period. This kind of generosity is lovely to see at such a young age.” Through the provision of hampers, vouchers and gifts local agencies Lifeline, Uniting Care, a.c care, Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul collectively supported approximately 700 adults and more than 620 children and teenagers using funds donated to the appeal. “The appeal’s ability to assist those in need relies greatly on the support of the local agencies and I’m very thankful for the

commitment of these organisations and their staff in ensuring that Christmas is a special celebration for as many people in our community as possible,” Mayor Martin said. Mount Gambier Central provided an additional donation of $2000 to the appeal as a contribution from each Santa photo purchase, further to an initial donation of $800 raised through the collection and recycling of cans and bottles in the centre. “Each year Jane and the team at Mount Gambier Central go to great lengths to support the appeal and we are incredibly grateful for not only the generous donations in 2020 but for the ongoing commitment over many years,” Mayor Martin said. Donations to the appeal are accepted all year round through the following channels: • Call Council on (08)8721 2555 (option 1) with your credit card details on hand. Council staff can email you a tax invoice. • In person at the City of Mount Gambier customer service counter - Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace. • Send a cheque made out to ‘City of Mount Gambier’ PO Box 56 Mount Gambier SA 5290 with advice that the cheque is a donation to the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal.

YOUNG PHILANTHROPIST: (Above top) Jacob Halleday (right) handed over his savings to Mayor of Mount Gambier Lynette Martin. LONG TIME SUPPORTER: (Above bottom) Mount Gambier Central have long been associated with the Mount Gambier Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal and Jane Read (right) was happy to hand over almost $3000. CIVIC DUTY: (Left) OneFortyOne has looked to be good corporate citizens and Paul Hartung handed over $2000 to add to the appeal’s coffers.

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A new recycling initiative from the City of Mount Gambier has focus on small scale recycling, with a drop off system now set up in the Civic Centre foyer enabling residents to drop off items that are unable to be recycled through the kerbside bins such as bread tags, plastic bottle lids, used toothbrushes and empty toothpaste tubes for recycling. City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard (pictured with the new small scale recycling bins) said the items can be dropped off in the designated bins during business hours where they will be collected and sent off to be recycled locally. “Many people want to recycle as much as they can and through this system council is offering a convenient location to dispose of these items that are otherwise difficult to save from landfill given they are too small to put in your recycling bin at home,” he said. Plastic bottle lids labelled with a number two or four in the triangle recycling symbol will be recycled locally through Tenison Woods College’s ‘Precious Plastic’ program. “It is particularly exciting that we are now able to collect the bread

“...they are being turned into new products right here on the Limestone Coast...” City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard

Three local Aboriginal students from across the Glenelg Shire have received funding to assist with their future studies as part of the Glenelg Shire Council’s Aboriginal Education Scholarship program. Portland’s Jakobe Walker, 16, Heywood’s Peter James (PJ) Barker-Lovett, 19 and Casterton’s Riley Munro, 16, were all successful in receiving $3000 scholarships which will be used to cover the financial costs of their respective studies.

“...I will be the first in my immediate family to attend a private school and hope to be a role model for younger indigenous youth in my community...” Jakobe Walker

tags and plastic lids as they are being turned into new products right here on the Limestone Coast,” Mr Izzard said. “The lids collected at the Civic Centre will be passed on to the college where students will shred and melt them down and turn them into new items like stencils and tiles.” The bread tags will be provided to St Martin’s Lutheran College to be recycled through the Aussie Bread tags for Wheelchairs program. “Once the bread tags have been sorted into various colours by the St Martin’s students, they will be taken to Transmutation at Robe

where they will be turned into new products like their unique bread tag bowls.” The toothbrushes and toothpaste tubes will be sent off for specialised recycling through TerraCycle’s oral care recycling program. The bins are located in the foyer area at the Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace Mount Gambier and can be accessed from 9am to 5pm on weekdays. “In the future we hope to be able to expand our offering of ways to responsibly dispose of items that can’t currently be recycled through the kerbside system,” Mr Izzard said.


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Jakobe will use the funds to assist with his transition to Bayview College, covering costs such as school fees, technology and uniform purchases and participating in regular school events such as camps and excursions. “I have recently made the transition from Heywood Secondary College to challenge and provide myself with better opportunities to further my education at Bayview College,” he said. “I will be the first in my immediate family to attend a private school and hope to be a role model for younger indigenous youth in my community. My ultimate goal is to study Sports Science or a related degree when completing school.” PJ’s scholarship will contribute towards his Certificate III in Business at South West TAFE, which he is currently completing as part of his employment at Gunditj Mirring Aboriginal Corporation. “This will be an [incredibly] great and helpful scholarship and will help me get the help needed to complete my Certificate, including tutoring,” he said. Lastly, Riley’s scholarship will assist with completing his secondary education at Casterton Secondary College. “The funding will help provide me with the resources to achieve good results in my study as well as an opportunity to attend excursions and camps,” he said. “Overall, I hope to do well in school to represent my Indigenous community, get accepted into a university course and find and enjoyable and satisfying career path. This scholarship will help me to achieve this.” The Glenelg Shire Council Aboriginal Education Scholarship program has been offered since 2014 and aims to encourage Glenelg Shire based Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander residents to study beyond Year 12. SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS: (Above left from top) Jakobe Walker, PJ Barker Lovett & Riley Munro.


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The problems in your domestic life should be just about solved now and if in doubt; don’t. do not let loved ones know how you feel or you might be confusing someone.


(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 8-4-6-7 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 5-7-23-34-33-44 Good news from a distance will brighten up your life considerably and your close ones will get a new lease on life. Many could be on the verge of starting their own business now.


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(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 9-4-5-6 Lotto Numbers: 4-12-23-34-42-11

Your emotional life should be improving out of sight and someone you have been hoping for will be paying a lot of attention to you. Look after your long term interests.


(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 8-3-5-4 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-23-34-45-22 You might not be pleasing everyone at this moment but it is more important to get matters settled and move on to new plans. For some relaxation you might go away for the weekend.


(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 7-8-3-4 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-13-23-25-34-44 You are not a person to worry about superficial things but some things you will not tolerate and that is untidy work. It could be your task to correct someone’s messy work.


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In the Garden By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant

It has been great to see all of the new season 2021 trees, fruit & nut trees and roses looking lush and many loaded with fruit and flowers coming in to the nursery and with the mild weather conditions and lovely rain and warm soil its an ideal planting time to get them settles in before winter. With the huge ranges of advanced and semi mature fruit trees on offer you can pick up five or six year old fruit tree and plant now knowing you wont have to wait for it to fruit. I know walking through the nursery there are a lot of heritage and cider apples groaning under the weight of fruit and I have plucked one off here and there to eat. Most early fruiting apples such as Stewart’s Seedling, Kingston Black, Bella Vista ideal for cider and other eating varieties such as gala and numerous Peaches, nectarines and now the pears are coming on. Good time to come in and taste the varieties straight off the tree and see if you like them. Planting citrus trees, deciduous fruit and nut trees and all ornamental trees is in full swing, our Summer Shade sale has been extended for another week so great opportunities are there to add maybe some much needed shade to parts of your garden or windows that you may have discovered are getting the full brunt of some of the piercing sun we have been having on the days we do get sun! The soil warmth is there too so plants will instantly take off and settle in. mandarin and Orange planting season is upon us also as these fruit into winter and through to next spring now is great for planting also. Now is a good time to have a look around and even plant a mature or advanced shade trees such as some of the Red Ash trees with stunning autumn foliage and Oaks, Elms and Maples renown for their stunning red foliage in autumn/winter. Some of the lesser known varieties of trees such as the Japanese Elm or Zelkova are also in the sale and in my opinion should be planted a lot more. It’s refreshing to see our local council plant some in the rail lands and a really good mature row of them on St martins drive always turn a lively show of red in autumn (see photo on facing page) if it’s evergreen trees you need then the Queensland Box is an upright, fast growing shady trees and has very little leaf drop and certainly one as a great avenue or driveway tree in all parts of the region for its toughness and giving all year round shading, where deciduous, leaves will drop in winter to give added light. Deciduous trees again, come in many forms, from mop tops, where the size is governed by the grafting and variety, so are good for courtyard shade and smaller spaces right throughout, to lightly foliaged trees, such as silver birch, then to larger, heavily foliaged shade trees such as maples and planes that can give fantastic shading to large and small areas. Some of our huge range of Mop Top trees are half price in the sale also and we currently grow

more than 30 varieties here at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees. Our production manager must have gone mad as we have our exclusive Evergreen Ornamental Pear bred by Limestone Coast Advanced Trees in the sale, this totally evergreen variety was discovered many years ago and has been a massive seller throughout Australia where its toughness allows it to be widely planted. Wintergreen can also be used in small suburban gardens as a hedging/screening plant and still has the lovely white blossom of its deciduous cousins. The Mini Capital ornamental Pear a shorter, narrower version of its big brother has been a huge hit since its release a few years ago and we are finally catching up with demand on growing these. The Mini Capital is also in the sale which is very unusual as most of these we tend to sell to New South Wales and Victoria as well as all over South Australia. If you have a need for a shorter growing tree, under powerlines or just a small architectural tree its one not to go past. If the lovely buttery yellow tones of ginkgo trees are appealing there is a new very narrow variety of them just released and ideal for very narrow spaces. Whatever your requirements are there are hundreds of trees to choose from here at Limestone Coast Advanced Trees but be quick the sale has been on a few weeks and extended for this week only. So, if you are looking for a bargain and some instant sized trees, now is the time to get in as they are selling fast .We have 50% off selected advanced fruit trees laden with fruit for that “instant orchard” and $15 semi mature fruit trees in full fruit. 2021 Dwarf fruit trees have been released and very sought after for their compact growth but abundance of fruit. Many people realise that these new breeds of dwarf tree produce as much fruit as a full sized tree but can be netted more easily and pruned from the ground. All are ideal for pots. Our now famous industrial birdnets that we have cut into manageable sizes for all fruit tree and berry types are flying out the door. These nets are not the flimsy ones that barely last one season and are expensive but heavy duty woven nets that will last for years and very well priced . Mine is over 20 years old and still going strong and certainly keeps the birds and possums from ruining your fruit. Summer berries like Raspberries and Mulberries can also be netted to keep the pests out. The sale ends February 28 unless of course we are sold out prior so please don’t leave it to the last minute and be disappointed that the bargain hunters have got in before you. We also deliver right across the readership and indeed Australia daily to your door. Limestone coast Advanced trees is located at 167, Bay Road Mount Gambier on the B66 or Riddoch Highway to Port MacDonnell.

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Boating, fishing & so much more Robe Marina ready to host 9th annual expo

Quality entertainment, delicious food, locally crafted beer, wine and spirits are all on offer at the 9th Robe Boat Fishing and Leisure Show on February 27 and 28 but at its core, it is all about getting out on the water – promoting the local fishing and recreation industry was the reason Jamie Aiteken established the event in the first place.

“..It always has been, first and foremost, an event about getting out on the water...” Jamie Aitken

February 27th & 28th 2021

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The range of boats, caravans, SUVs, fishing equipment and all things marine continues to expand every year with stall after stall filling the three acre expo space that has the Lake Butler Marina as its backdrop. And organisers must be getting this core business right – not only does it attract new and repeat exhibitors and visitors but it has been branded one of the top 10 events of its type in Australia by the Boating Industry Association. “It always has been, first and foremost, an event about getting out on the water, checking out boats, heading out fishing and all the other fun activities a seaside location like Robe offers,” Jamie said. All the popular, quality boating brands will be on site including Quintrex, Savage, Sea Cruiser, Arvor, Theodore, Stabicraft, Inflatables, Yellow Fin, Haines Hunter and Seadoo. And if you already have your boat but are looking for some more grunt, outboard motors from all the top brands will be ready for inspection, including Honda, Suzuki, Mercury, Yamaha and Evenrude. Fishing tackle and accessories are always prominent as well with a fishing competition on offer for the kids. A large selection of caravans, Range Rovers, Jaguars and Fords will also be on display, with CanAm Suzuki, Honda and Spyder on site showcasing their off road vehicles of all shapes and sizes. So while the true boaties and fishos among you check out all the latest and greatest from the associated industry leaders, the rest of the family can check out the entertainment and relax seaside with the array of food and beverages on offer, as well as the art, fashion and homewares set to be adding diversity of the popular event. The town’s local producers will be creating fresh and fabulous dishes, with the Robe Lions Club

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front and centre with their always popular barbeque, and you can wash it all down thanks to the wineries, brewers and gin distillers that will all be showcasing their locally produced drops. The Sounds of Robe marquee will see performances from a number of top quality shows. Ned Wright, who brings roots and blues to the table, has been a regular at the Robe Town Brewery and he will headline Saturday’s four hours of entertainment, along with another Robe favourite Tereza Biezaite, who hails from Latvia and has recently moved to Australia, sharing her acoustic, unique folk music on Sunday. Classically trained Hunter Rogers will also be part of the entertainment line-up sharing his passion for, in his own words, “pseudo classic electronic rock”. The Melbourne based performer writes most of his own work and has created his own Fringe show. There will also be more announcements on entertainment as the event date fast approaches. HEADLINE ENTERTAINMENT ACTS: (Above top row from left) Tereza Biezaite; Ned Wright & Hunter Rogers are all part of the jam packed entertainment program on February 28 & 29, running from 12-4pm on both days.

Seaside serenity Robe festival a huge success & returning for a winter festival in June added to the calendar this June Long Weekend. From meditation to skincare, from scented candles to massage therapy, the January event was all about taking time out to focus on well being and it was as popular as it has ever been in its 11 year history. The visit from author Heather Colquist was a highlight of the


Never before was a focus on health, harmony and happiness been more welcome or more important after a year when it felt like the world was turned upside down. Robe has traditionally hosted the Health Harmony and Happiness Festival every January and the 2021 event was a roaring success with a winter festival set to be


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festival as she spruiked her latest release Whispers from the Angels that focuses on healing depression using life tools. “My journey through depression lasted many years and at times it was for me life threatening,” Heather said. “I know now that I have been one of the luckier ones to have come out of it on the other side by learning how to recognise and use my Life Tools. “Healing Depression Using Life Tools is a book that has at times been channelled to me from a much Higher Power and it has been written with great passion to show people that in time you can recover from an illness such as depression. “The journey that I went through has taught me a great deal about myself, I would not trade what I went through now for anything in the world for it has taught me that no matter how deep the hurt in life there is always hope. We do not need to travel through these really tough times alone. There are always people out there who can assist us to manage our illness in a more positive way if only we will let them.” Held at the Robe Institute, the weekend saw stallholders offering crystals, handmade jewellery, tarot readings, psychic readers, massage, Reiki, Bowen Therapy, kinesiology, acupressure, cranio-sacral work, regeneration

healing, essential oils, geomack, candles, CDs, clothing, personal care products, and other health products. The event was made possible through the generous sponsorship of Robe Mitre 10, Robe & Districts Community Bank, Robe Icecream Shop and Transmutations. The special raffle for Neil Walsh’s 3D artwork will go towards Narelle Marshall’s Animal Rescue and the committee would also like to thank all the raffle donors and stallholders for coming to make this Robe festival happen. The Winter Festival is set down for June 12 and 13. Contact the Health Harmony and Happiness secretary Heather Gibbons on (08)8768 2537 or 0407 978 33 or email hgibbons@westnet. for further information.

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City of Mount Gambier will improve vehicle and pedestrian safety on Ramsay Avenue following community feedback. City infrastructure general manager Nick Serle said council had considered traffic safety and parking requirements on Ramsay Avenue and would implement improved safety measures in the coming months. “Ramsay Avenue is a busy road for businesses and the surrounding residential area and is used as a thoroughfare to and from Jubilee Highway East,” Mr Serle said. “As a result of community feedback, traffic calming/channelling devices, specifically two lane angled slow points, will be installed on the curve of Ramsay Avenue outside Akuna Kindergarten. Linemarking and signage outlining on street parking restrictions will also be installed as part of this project.” In addition, council will extend the council owned car park next to Akuna Kindergarten to include 15 additional car spaces. “The extension of the car park will ease parking issues in the area and provide a safe drop off and pick up areas for the kindergarten,” Mr Serle said. The works will commence in the coming months.

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MY PROPERTY Heavy Grazing and Cropping Parcel Merrett Road, Maaoupe


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‘Illalong’ is located 15kms North West from Penola off the Maaoupe Road. Penola is a small rural community that services the local vineyard and farming industries. Penola has two primary schools and a senior school as well as convenient shopping and cafes. ‘Illalong’ consists of a total of 550 acres which will be sold in two contingent allotments. The country is generally flat, with soil mix being black loam soils over limestone and areas of grey loam over clay. The property is predominately strong phalaris and clover dominated pastures and is renowned heavy carrying livestock

country that has the ability to be cropped with surrounding farms having a great cropping history. The property is well fenced with most being electrified and watered via stock bores with windmills, all recently serviced. The 550 acres will be split into two contingent lots, with lot 1 being 357 acres and lot two being 193 acres. Lot 1 offers two windmills, crutching yard, storage shed and cattle yards. Lot 2 is fenced into three main paddocks, watered via one central windmill. There is a drain on the southern boundary. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity close to Penola.


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towards others. Looking after pets is a great way to learn a sense of responsibility. There is also evidence that pets can assist lonely children to take part in social and physical activities.

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AVAILABLE FRIDAY 19TH FEB 2021. 4 good sized bedrooms main with Walk-in robe. 2 Bathrooms & 3 separate toilets. Expansive kitchen with electric cooking, double draw dishwasher, a wine chiller & R/C A/C. Lounge / sitting room with gas log fire. Dedicated office area. Large entertaining / bar room opening to 1 of 2 outdoor entertaining areas, fitted with a slow combustion wood heater. Large Laundry with built-in cupboards and benchtops. Triple car garage & double car garage with workshop. Bond $3300.00.

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Expansive 4134m2 allotment surrounded with well established trees and hedges, open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking, impressive breakfast bar, walk-in pantry & dishwasher. Overlooks the dining & expansive living area with doors opening to the fully enclosed entertaining area combining inside and out. 4 bedroom, main with WIR and double ensuite, main bathroom with bath, shower & vanity & separate toile, large laundry, second living area currently utelised as a home office. The bar/rumpus room currently utilised for entertaining and fitted with the plumbing for a third bathroom opening up the opportunity for an attached granny flat, parents retreat or even the visitors wing.

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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.


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4-5 bedrooms. Main with WIR, ensuite & A/C, 2 with BIRs & 4th bedroom with glass sliding door onto balcony. 5th bedroom/teenage retreat/games room. Main bathroom includes bath, shower, vanity and separate toilet. Large native reserve at your back fence.

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Approx 4.99 acres zoned rural residential. 3 bedroom stone home tenanted for $180/week. Across from Montebello Estate and next door to TAFE and UniSA precint. Potential for subdivision or building (S.T.C.A.). A plan of potential division has been prepared showing subdivision into approx. 28 allotments; copies of the development plans are available on request. In conjunction with Ray White Real Estate.


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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.

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Sale 5 Suttontown Avenue, Mt Gambier $399,000 - $419,000 Open by appointment

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

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



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

61 Cafpirco Road, Compton Highest & Best by 22nd Feb 12pm Open by appointment

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Sale Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment

2A Heath Street, Mt Gambier $179,000 Open by appointment

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




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

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Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

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

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Naomi Kieselbach Property Management 0438 883 992

Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405


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


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

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95 Sturt Street, Mt Gambier $109,000 - $119,000 Open by appointment


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

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2 Bailey Street, Mt Gambier $295 P/W Available: 05/03/2021

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


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

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75 Gray Street, Mt Gambier $380 P/W Available: Now




Property of the week Tidy 3-bedroom home with a garden of delights

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

3+ 1+ 2

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

37 Tweed Crescent, Mt Gambier. $299,000 Open by appointment




Located close to Conroe Heights Supermarket with parks, recreation, and shopping all in close proximity. A long concrete driveway leads to a large secure garage. The front lounge room features large windows for natural light, comforted with a RVCA. An open kitchen and dining room directly accesses the alfresco pergola via glass sliding doors. The U-shaped kitchen offers bench space with a b/bar, electric oven, stovetop, and range hood. Three bedrooms, two of which with front facing windows. The family bathroom offers a shower over bath with a vanity unit and a separate toilet. The raised alfresco pergola is constructed with transparent roofing, and a barbeque area while being surrounded by planters and bamboo fencing. The lawns and surrounding vegetation have been well maintained. The lawns and surrounding vegetation have been well maintained, an extra benefit being the property offers energy saving solar panels.

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SATURDAY 10.30-11.00 THE ENTERTAINER - Solid brick family home on a 1960m2 allotment in the heart of Glencoe - Two spacious living areas include s/c wood heating & built in bar along with a separate games room/4th bedroom - Large country kitchen with dishwasher, breakfast bar & electric cooking - HUGE 18m x 5m outdoor alfresco area evoking a country rustic vibe - A double carport, a 18mx6m shed with power and lights and a low maintenance allotment all within walking distance to Glencoe Primary School & Glencoe Football Ground


Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Situated on picturesque 4046m2 allotment is this welcoming 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom family home, complete with grass tennis court. Inside, the home features open plan kitchen/dining/family area with large windows capturing an abundance of natural light & views of the gardens. Beautiful attractive & productive, mature gardens surround the home & include fruit trees, veggie patch, chook yard & shade/hothouse. A 3.1kw solar system, rain & bore water also assist in reducing the cost of living. An abundance of shedding includes double carport & 3 bay shed with concrete floor & power. Bonus features include an above ground swimming pool, wood shed, 3 x secure garden sheds, r/s split system air conditioning, and pellet heater.


SATURDAY 2.45-3.15 STUNNING FAMILY HOME BY THE SEASIDE - Beautifully renovated stone home set on a 4058m2 allotment just a short stroll from the beach - Inside offers a completely transformed interior including 4 bedrooms, master with WIR and ensuite - 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, extra off street parking and an expansive flat backyard - This property is perfect for the large family that loves the coastal lifestyle! 4 2 4 $899,000-$939,000

”MANNAWINDI” – LUXURY FAMILY HOME WITH SPECTACULAR VIEWS – Sitting on the highest peak in Oranivale Estate, it’s hard not to feel on top of the world – Magnificent landscaped gardens surround the 58 square home – Intuitive floor plan is divided into 2 wings and is designed to take in the sweeping Southerly views over Mt Gambier – Both sections of the home have their own DBL garage with one larger in length to accommodate a 5th vehicle – So many extra features such as ducted r/c heating & cooling throughout, 5kW of Solar, ducted vacuum, rain and bore water with irrigation system in the garden, this outstanding luxury property has it all! Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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TAYOC PARK” ON THE EDGE OF THE CITY - Set on a generous 4075m2 lot with private mature gardens - Offering a magnificent Federation Style family home - Architectural designed masterpiece built in 2001 - Award winning ornamental gardens which are private and very well established - 65,000L of rain water with town water and an equipped bore - Extras include a huge 20m x 10m Colourbond shed with 3m clearance & toilet Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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$349,000-$379,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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46 ASCOTT WAY, SUTTONTOWN $849,000 1.97 HA

COUNTRY MASTERPIECE ON CITY FRINGE - Breathtaking grounds offering stunning gardens and plenty of space - Home offers high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and a free-flowing floorplan - The four bedrooms are generously proportioned, the master has a fully-renovated ensuite & large WIR - A huge undercover pergola area and multiple living spaces are standout features of this home - This private and secluded sanctuary, easily accessed, just a five-minute drive from Mount Gambier, is a true one-of-a-kind Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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QUALITY BUILT EXECUTIVE FAMILY HOME - Magnificent Federation Style 4 BR family home in the Tenison Drive precinct - Large 5795m2 allotment walking distance to Tenison Woods College - Built to the highest of standards offering multiple living area - 3 bedrooms UMR plus a large 1 bedroom self-contained unit - Private and beautifully established gardens with veg. garden & fruit trees - Inspect this impressive family home to fully appreciate its grandeur & style 5 2 8

NEW 10 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER $139,000-$149,000

ONE OF THE LAST ALLOTMENTS IN CONROE ESTATE - 1,120m2 elevated allotment in a sought after street with Northerly aspect - Water, power, sewer, gas, NBN connected or passing - Overlooking one of the largest parks in Conroe Estate - Great location surrounded by quality homes with excellent street appeal - 1st Home buyers, enquire about up to $40,000 of Government grants Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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LARGE RURAL LIVING ALLOTMENT - Picturesque rural living allotment of 1.21 hectares, only 10 minute’s drive from the city - Situated on the Western side of Mount Gambier, close to Tenison Woods College & Compton Primary School - Price includes rural style fencing with 3 phase power and phone to the boundary


Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266


Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

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Sara O’Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

NEW 4 ALBRATOSS TCE, WORROLONG $610,000-$640,000


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Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

Clockwise Jewellers, Mount Gambier

EVERY GROWING FAMILIES DREAM - Expansive five bedroom, two bathroom home with open concept kitchen, dining and living also offering second separate family/home theatre room and versatile second formal dinning + cosy study nook - Elegant white farmhouse style timber kitchen with stainless steel electric cooking appliance and dishwasher - Delightful second living room with french doors to close off to internal of the home and glass sliding door opening out to the rear patio - Extras include equipped bore, 2 x 5000 gallon rainwater tanks, 4kW solar and 6m X 12m Colorbond shed Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW 6 BENGALEE CRES, MT GAMBIER $430,000-$460,000


RETIREMENT SALE - Assistance/training offered for before & after settlement. Beautifully presented jewellery business, located in the busy CBD shopping precinct of Mount Gambier, offering an attractive shopfront with main street exposure near the new Aldi & Coles expansion. This successful business continues to attract new and repeat customers with a great reputation for service, quality stock and repairs in the local area. Prospective purchasers should direct any enquires to Al Lamond, who will supply great figures (with room for growth) once a confidentiality agreement has been signed. A genuine sale of a great business, due to the current business owners looking to retire.

ON TOP OF THE WORLD - Set on a 1987m2 allotment, properties of this size & elevation rarely come to the open market - Amazing views over the city to the Tower on Mount Gambier, plus glimpses of the top of Mount Schank - 4 double bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite and remaining bedrooms with BIR’s - High raked ceilings with brick feature walls throughout living areas - Timber kitchen/dining area with new oven & plenty of cabinetry - In conjunction with Gebhardts R/E & Peter Dempsey @Realty Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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

BIG HOUSE, BIG BLOCK & PLENTY OF SHEDDING - Big and beautiful - central and spacious - Zoned light industry, this property offers a purchaser 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 - Perspective purchasers have the opportunity to purchase the business known as ‘Gambier Coachlines’ which is currently located in this premises Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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$150,000 + S.A.V Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266



ONE OF MOUNT GAMBIER’S FINEST HOMES - 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 - The master bedroom resembles resort style accommodation, featuring an opulent en-suite with underfloor heating and large WIR - Including double garage UMR, 9m x 7m garage with high clearance, plus 14m x 7m garage with w/shop Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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



- Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean - The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views

- 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)

- If you love gardening and cooking your own produce then this amazing property is for you! - Attractive three bedroom home with a sustainable garden that is packed full of fruit and veggies season after season - 3 Bedroom home featuring open plan living with wood heating and r/c air conditioning. - Outdoor alfresco area with built in fireplace

- 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 2 CHUTE ST, MT GAMBIER





- Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a great central location - Walking distance to CBD, Vansittart Park and the Rail Lands Precinct - 429m2 allotment ready to build your new home (S.T.C.A.) - Take in the fabulous city views - Stone shed with power connected! Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281


Gail Richards 0409 268 199 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199


Gail Richards 0409 268 199






- 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 & dust off your golf clubs to start living the dream! Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281


Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LOT 102 GLENCOE RD, GLENCOE 2.5 ACRES





- 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 Gail Richards 0409 268 199


RLA 1903

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

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


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24 Hedley Street

23 Percy St/12-14 Alexander St

$790,000 3 2 6 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. 2/46 Derrington Street

$575,000 3 1 1+ Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms (currently leased), office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available. 21 Sturt 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!


a| 1,120m2 approx $139,000-$149,000 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!




$649,000-$669,000 3 2 2 Be the envy of your friends. Stunning 1930’s Spanish mission style home in premier location. Absolute quality throughout, designer kitchen, relaxing pool & outdoor entertaining. A short walk to shops, Blue Lake & city centre.

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.

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

10 Greenridge Drive

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2/3 Henty Street

8 Highland Drive


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Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

From $83,500

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


$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! 103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

$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.


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$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! 38 Glynn Drive, Nene Valley

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A great home with many features including updated kitchen, two living areas, fantastic patio/entertaining on appealing low maintenance grounds. The property also boasts two street access with room for 2 cars plus caravan or boat.


6 Bengalee Crescent





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

19 Buffalo Crescent

$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.

Gebhardts Property Management


15 Gardiner Terrace

46 Jubilee Highway West

$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.

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier


6 Gaden Street

$299,000-$329,000 3 1 2 Prime CBD development opportunity, positioned over 2 titles of land totaling 1,851m2 (approx). Two street access plus third road via a free and unrestricted right of way. When opportunity knocks dare to dream!

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COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street

Avail 5/3/21

$260 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms, both with built in robes • Open kitchen/dining/family area with gas cooking and heating • Single garage under main roof with internal access • Very secure rear yard with easy to maintain gardens • No pets

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$280 pw 3 1 3 • 3 bedrooms, one with built in robes • Beautifully renovated eat-in kitchen • Gas heating and reverse cycle airconditioning • Spacious loungeroom • Updated bathroom with bath • Second toilet • Double carport plus detached single garage • Pets negotiable

32 Commercial Street West

94 Commercial Street East

456 Schinkels Rd, Kongorong Auction 5th March at 12pm

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119 Jubilee Hwy East, Mt Gambier $259,000

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LOW MAINTENANCE LIVING + LAKES LOCATION! 1/4 Lake Terrace West, Mount Gambier



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11 Sutton Ave, Mt Gambier

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Melleray Crt Subdivision, Mt Gambier

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6 Church St, Yahl

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$115,000 inc GST - WIWO

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26 Eliza St, Kalangadoo

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WHAT TO EAT BEFORE YOUR WORKOUT Men burn more fat working out an an empty stomach but for women a light snack that includes a combination of good quality protein, complex carbs, & a bit of healthy fats to sustain your energy throughout your workout.

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RURAL RUNDOWN Plans to ease skill shortage A significant shortage of shearers in parts of Australia is being matched by demand for wool classers, opening fresh opportunities for high-paid work across South West Victoria. South West TAFE is starting new wool classing courses at the end of February in Hamilton, Mortlake and Winchelsea and expects demand to be strong as the wool industry seeks skilled workers. Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) Program Manager, Wool Harvesting Training and Development Craig French said wool classing was one of the great in-demand jobs in the wool industry. “It is a highly sought-after role that is an essential part of the industry,” he said. Mr French added that there would be opportunities for new graduates. “The Australian wool industry is the lifeblood to many rural towns and communities and has a bright future,” he said. South West TAFE wool classing teacher Stuart MacPherson said the entire wool industry was in need of workers, opening great opportunities for trained people. “There has been a lot of focus on the shortage of shearers, but it’s the same for wool handlers and wool classers,” Mr MacPherson said. “Because of the shortages, many farms have had to pay higher than award rates to attract people.” Wool classing is listed as a Job Trainer course, meaning eligible people can study at low cost. Certificate IV in Wool Classing graduates can register with the

Australian Wool Exchange to receive an Australian classer registration, allowing them to work as registered classers in shearing sheds anywhere across Australia. Mr MacPherson said the course focussed on practical skills, with students working with wool to learn about its characteristics and the requirements for classing following the Australian Wool Exchange code of practice for how the wool clip is to be prepared. “Another important part of being a wool classer is supervising the other wool handlers in the shed and the management of contamination,” Mr MacPherson said. “It is very much leading a team environment and they take on responsibility to manage and instruct the team so they need a well-rounded knowledge of the tasks of a wool handler as well as classing.” WoolProducers Australia CEO Jo Hall said parts of Australia were experiencing a significant shortage in shearers, which had led to above-award rates being paid. Ms Hall said WoolProducers was coordinating efforts with relevant industry stakeholders at a national level and had been working constructively to work on medium and longer-term strategies to address attraction and retention issues in the wool harvesting sector. The course runs in the evening. To find out more about the South West TAFE wool classing course, call 1300 648 911.

Millicent Market Report CATTLE Agents yarded 493 liveweight cattle at the Millicent Saleyards at the recent sale. Again, very good quality cattle was offered to the regular processor buying field, prompting spirited bidding. A couple of new restocker orders bolstered bidding on the lighter lines available. Heavy steers ranged from 285 c/kg to 435 c/kg. Vealer steers were top quality and ranged from 200 c/kg to 467 c/kg. Vealer heifers ranged from 380 c/kg to 462 c/kg. Cows eased to sell from 100 c/kg to 306 c/kg. Bulls returned from 200 c/kg to 295 c/kg. A credit to the vendors, agents and buyers saw the average of 365 c/kg across the entire yarding. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held this Thursday.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 17,913 sheep at Hamilton last week an increase of 3471 head. It was another very good offering of sheep with more Merinomsheep being penned, mostly with a good start in the skin, all weights and grades were available. All the regular buyers were in attendance and but not always fully active with light to medium sheep regaining their loss of last week to be $10 to$15/head dearer. The medium weights were firm to $5 to $10 dearer in places and heavy sheep over 30kg were firm to $10/head dearer in paces. Light weight 2 score sheep sold from $77 to $135/head to average from 630c to 700c/kg cwt. Medium weight 3 score sheep sold from $114 to $161/head averaging from 630c to 690c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $165 to $210/, heavy Merino wethers made from $205 to $248/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $263/head averaging from 580c to 650ckg cwt. The general cost of mutton was from 610c to 650c/kg cwt. Hoggets sold to $158/head. Terminal rams made to $76 whilst Merino rams sold to a top of $140/head.

Confident about 2021 Weeran producing beautifully structured cattle We must start this with a Happy New Year and hoping that the 2021 year is a much kinder one to everybody around the country, and indeed the world. Challenging conditions for so many with bush ires, droughts, floods, and COVID. Resilience has been tested by everybody and particularly over the past 12 months, and we wish everyone a very positive and successful 2021! In the agricultural industry, many have enjoyed a fantastic season, excellent livestock prices across the board, bumper crops and demand for surplus females. We are lucky to be in an industry which is feeding the world and an essential industry! Weeran ticked off the Spring Bull Sale under Covid restrictions, introducing an online platform with Elite Livestock Auctions, with great success. This will form an integral part of Weeran Bull sales into the future. Kerr and Co videoed every bull and put together an online presence that was very professional, and gave everybody from near and far the opportunity to be involved in the sale as a viewer interested in following the Weeran program, and for purchasers who were unable to attend the sale. Ten bulls were sold online, and it created a very welcome added exposure. We will follow along similar lines for this autumn sale being held on Tuesday 23rd February at 1pm. The online component of the sale will give ones who are unable to attend the sale, the opportunity to

purchase online. Eighty Performance Bulls will be catalogued for the Autumn sale, with the combination of two year old Autumn drop bulls and 18 month old Spring drop bulls. The reference sires we have used recently continue to produce outstanding young bulls. Lawsons Momentous is a standout and is continuing to put his stamp on the Angus industry with 1884 progeny analysed by Angus Australia across 44 herds (as of Dec 2020). He is the lead sire in our forthcoming Weeran sale. Described by semen suppliers as the ‘carcase king’, he is producing very exciting progeny at Weeran. He offers very good structure with calving ease and an outstanding carcase profile! Weeran purchased a young gun by Momentous at the recent Lawson Angus sale, being Lawsons Momentous Q85. We are looking forward to seeing his progeny hitting the ground. Another new sire in the Weeran

program impressing us is Baldridge Compass C041, who has calving ease and carcase, with positive fat. He is featured in the spring drop sale bulls. Weeran Joel, Weeran Hooper and Ascot Hallmark all continue to produce beautifully structured cattle, and always perform well in the Weeran herd. The Weeran program has grown to over 800 registered breeders. An enthusiastic team at Weeran looks forward to welcoming you to the Bull Sale. You can follow the Weeran program on Facebook and Instagram, along with regular updates on our website THE WEERAN ANGUS TEAM ABOVE: Weeran VHWQ90 – a powerful son of Lawsons Momentous M518

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell away as agents offered 888 head. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality fell a little with a wide range of type and weight on offer with the market producing some mixed results in price. Vealer steers to the trade sold from 442c to 480c with similar heifers making from 440c to 491c/kg. Feeder steers made from 412c to 460c and heifers sold from 422c to 446c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade sold from 330c to 425c as yearling heifers also to the trade made from 334c to 460c/kg. Feeders sought steers from 380c to 465c as heifers sold from 345c to 442c/kg. Restocker steers made from 420c to 484c whilst heifers sold from 400c to 465c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks eased up to 7c as they made from 330c to 387c to the trade with feeders paying from 353c to 390c/kg. Grown heifers made from 317c to 377c to the trade and from 326c to 400c/kg to feed on. Manufacturing steers sold from 246c to 330c/kg. Heavy cows lifted 8c as they made from 290c to 315c with the lighter pens making from 230c to 260c/kg to the trade. Feeders and restockers sold from 277c to 313c/kg. Heavy bulls were making from 250c to 290c as light weights to feed on reached a top of 388c/kg.

Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers fell away again as agents yarded 1686 lambs and 246 sheep to total 1932 head overall. These sold to the same field of trade and processor buyers with a number of active restockers also present. Quality was mixed with something to suit all orders on offer as the market received some better competition this week to improve in price by $5 to $8/head with more in some places. Light and light weight trade lambs were small in number as they sold from

$77 to $152/head. Restocker competition for these weights were making from $40 to $122 on lighter pens with the same buyers paying from $134 to $167/head for those with better condition. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $160 to $188/head to average from 820c to 860c/

kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold from $200 to $222 as the extra heavy pens made from $224 to the market high of $257/ head. Hoggets sold from $125 to $173/head. The light ewes were making from $70 to $100/ head. Medium weighted ewes sold from $130 to $140 as the heavy types were selling from $140 to $160/head. A number of pens of composite ewes that had been running with the ram sold from $132 to $210/head with all these going back to the paddock.

RURAL RUNDOWN Angus bulls with a difference Glatz’s Black Angus genetics deliver high-end beef to the consumer A single team of pure Glatz bred steers were the highest scoring “Carcase Quality” entry in the 2020 Southern Grainfed Carcase Classic. This team also placed third overall; combining feedlot compliance, feedlot performance and carcase quality. The cattle were 100 day grain-fed at Teys Australia’s Charlton Feedlot and processed at Teys Australia’s Naracoorte plant. MSA’s own “Excellence in Eating Quality” award has seen pure Glatz blood steers achieve the highest honor. These 200 steers ranked #1 for MSA Compliance, MSA Index and MSA Marble Score. The analysis was taken from a twoyear delivery period and included consignments from 760 MSA registered producers. The Southern Grassfed Carcase Classic is the largest competition of it’s kind in Australia. From a field of 1269 entries representing 45 producers, a Glatz’s Black Angus client achieved Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Carcase. The same producer received the award for the Best Team of 10 Animals. Value based beef carcase payments are fast approaching. This payment platform will reward producers that are delivering a premium beef article, and discount those that do not meet expectations for eating quality,

yield and consistency. Glatz bulls produce male offspring that reach a premium, high MSA indexing 300kg-350kg finished carcase; quickly and efficiently. The female offspring from Glatz bulls can take your self-replacing herd forward. Medium framed, easy doing and productive. Production traits such as scrotal size, milk and docility are never compromised. Selection for conformation and type are nonnegotiable aspects of all breeding decisions. The Glatz’s Black Angus stud female herd is maternally strong, sound structured and hardy. All heifers are joined as yearlings. No empty females are carried over to the following year, or subsequent joining seasons. The herd grazes dry-land Phalaris, Fescue and Sub clover pastures at a high stocking rate of 30DSE/ ha. All stock experience significant nutritional pressure throughout autumn and winter.

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMB Numbers fell by over half as agents yarded 6167 lambs and 1631 sheep to total 7798 head overall. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of restocker orders. Quality was mixed in the lamb section with a lift in the sheep pens as the market sold to a dearer trend then the previous week. Light lambs to the trade made from $105 to $163 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection selling from $154 to $166/head. Restockers sought supply from $82 to $128 for

lighter weights and those with more conditioning made from $157 to $172/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs sold from $160 to $191/head to make from 810c to 860c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs made from $187 to $216 as the extra heavy pens sold from $216 to the market high of $272/ head. Hoggets were making from $89 to $200/head. The light ewes returned from $80 to $114/head. Medium weighted ewes made from $128 to $148 with the heavy types selling from $144 to a high of $240 with a lift of $5 to $10/head over the sheep market. Wethers sold to $188 as rams were making from $50 to $160/head.


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This 14th 2021 Cattleman’s Bull Sale will feature outstanding sons from the following sires. Storth Oaks Jack J7 (NZ) *13 sons sell Top 1% of the breed for 200 Growth, 400 Growth, 600 Growth, Scrotal Size, Carcase Weight, Angus Breeding $Index, Heavy Grain $Index and Heavy Grass $Index. Top 2% for IMF% and Domestic $Index. Glenoch JK Makahu M602 *13 sons sell The first offering of Makahu sons outside of Glenoch JK, Chinchilla, QLD. Glatz’s Black Angus purchased Makahu for $25,000 in 2018. A 50% physical share in Makahu was recently sold for $20,000 as a 4yo. Makahu exhibits exemplary structure, type and balanced performance including high IMF% and Positive Fat. Black Angus Complement L51 “Selwood” *12 sons sell Top 1% of the breed for Calving Ease Direct, Calving Ease Daughters, Docility, Positive Rib Fat

and Positive Rump Fat. Top 4% - 9% for Low Birth Weight, Milk, Days to Calving and Heavy Grass $Index. LD Capitalist 316 (USA) Top 2% of the breed for Calving Ease Direct. Top 7% - 13% of the breed for Low Birth Weight, Calving Ease Daughters, 200 Growth, 400 Growth, Carcase Weight, EMA and Positive Rib Fat. Expect to see Angus bulls with a difference, reflecting a longterm commitment to breeding beef bulls with extra muscle, weight and calving ease. The 70 bulls catalogued for this 14th Cattleman’s Bull Sale are delivered with an industry leading 3 YEAR Guarantee. The 2021 Cattleman’s Bull Sale is on Wednesday ,February 17, at 11.30am. On property, Avenue Range, SA. To receive a catalogue or for any enquiries, contact Ben – P. 0407 712 455 E. W. Twitter. @glatzblack Facebook. Glatz Black Angus ABOVE: The first 13 sons of Glenoch JK Makahu M602 will be offered at the Glatz’s Black Angus 14th Cattleman’s Bull Sale. Makahu is pictured with Ben Glatz and Damian Gommers, Mandayen Angus. Damian has recently purchased a 50% physical share in the 4yo Makahu for $20,000.

Upcoming bull sales

FEBRUARY SALES 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/

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 10,733 lambs at Hamilton last week a reduction of 7068 head. An excellent offering of trade lambs displayed much the same quality to the previous sale without the very heavy end over 30kg with 90%of the lambs now shorn, it is evident that these lambs are benefiting from summer crops and feeders. There was a full contingent of processors and restockers were in attendance but not all fully active. Restocking competition was very strong and lifted a cog again due to the quality on offer. Restockers came from

Shepparton, Corowa, the south east of South Australia and local areas in a sale that was firm over most categories with the exception of lambs back to the paddock which were $10 to $15 dearer as restockers paid to $181/head.

Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $118 to $168/ head, averaging from 850c and 1,245c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $165 to $192/head, to average from 830c to 880c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $190to $224/ head, to average from 820c and 880c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $264/head, to average from 780c to 840c/kg cwt. The best woolly lambs made to $200 with the shorn lambs selling to $264/head. Hoggets made to $202/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell sharply as agents yarded 1234 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and extra restocker orders who competed strongly for supply. Quality lifted this week with a run of grainfed types aiding this as the market sold from firm to slightly dearer rates. Yearling steers to the trade made from 385c to 490c, with similar heifers returning

from 342c to 478c/kg. Feeder orders were very active and competed for supply on steers from 403c to 477c, and heifers from 380c to 452c/kg. Extra restocker orders were active last week as they sourced steers from 470c to 498c and heifers from 366c to 470c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks made from 320c to mainly 408c to the trade, while feeder orders were strong here from 394c to 442c as restockers sought supply

from 356c to 422c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade ranged from 280c to 400c, with feeders active from 305c to 426c, with restocker support from 363c to 381c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold from 244c to 328c/kg. Heavy cows held firm to sell from 285c to 308c, with the light weight pens ranging from 238c to 288c, with both feeders and the trade active. Bulls made from 234c to 285c/ kg.

RURAL RUNDOWN Boonaroo sire power Responding to industry demands Last year saw Boonaroo calve down 420 stud cows, and further investment in four new walking sires and an extensive AI and embryo transfer program. We have seen quite a swing in the industry to grass finishing driven by consumer demand. At Boonaroo we have been concentrating on this for a long time. The need for cattle to respond to the feed on offer is paramount to being able to finish calves and get females back in calf. When we started breeding Angus cattle back in 2003 we concentrated on structure and phenotype, retaining females

which could thrive in our sandy soils, with good feet and a good temperament being number 1. As we have developed our breeding herd, New Zealand genetics have played a major role, with their impeccable structure and natural ability to “do” on grass. At Boonaroo we continue to focus on making the cattle easy care, breeding females that calve easily without compromising growth and fertility, while maximising muscling while still retaining some (not too much) fat cover to enable grass finishing at any time of the year. MSA compliance is becoming critical in our industry and we

endeavour that each new sire we introduce can achieve the necessary genetic gain to meet these MSA targets. Over half of the 2021 sale bulls are “curve benders”, bulls which offer calving ease with-out compromising growth and quality. We have introduced new AI/ ET sires including Clunes Crossing Dusty, a bull with plenty of calving ease and growth combined with a large eye muscle area, moderate fat and marbling. All progeny calved easily out of heifers. Booramooka Genius G120 is a bull we selected to use with structural soundness ebvs in the

top 5% of the breed, high docility as well as good calving ease, growth, moderate fat with plenty of muscle. We look forward to sharing our hospitality with you at our field days and at the sale on Friday,

February 19. ABOVE: Lot 2 Boonaroo Kasbah Q45, a “curve bender” offering calving ease and maximum growth.

Kerlson ines & Oakdown 10th Combined Poll Hereford Sale The Kerlson Pines and Oak Downs 10th combined Poll Hereford bull sale will be held in 2021 on TUESDAY 23rd FEBRUARY, commencing at 2:30 pm with bulls available for inspection from 12noon on sale day. A “video ring “sale format will be used again. This involves bulls being presented in display pens as per normal but instead of the bulls physically entering the sale ring, a pre-recorded video of each lot will be viewed during the auction on large screens in the sale barn. The sale will also be interfaced with Auctions Plus for those that are unable to attend. Sixty quality bulls will be on offer, with a range of genetics to suit all discerning buyers. Free delivery is being offered within a radius of 400 km. All sale bulls have been PI tested negative for Pesti Virus, fully vaccinated under the Zoetis Star Breeder Program (vibrovax, pestigard and ultravac 7in1) and have been semen tested. Both studs have a Johnes status of J-Bas 6 and full growth

and carcass EBV’s are available for all lots. This year all bulls have been Genomic DNA tested to increase accuracy of breedplan, all bulls are sire verified and tested free of any known genetic conditions and poll tested so that homozygous polled animals can be identified. Oak Downs continue to reserve the top of the drop bulls for this sale, with no bulls being sold at off farm show and sale fixtures. Genetics featured include Mawarra Ohio, Days Fabulous, Yavenvale Jibber and Wirruna Millage along with some home bred sires. We are incredibly happy with this years’ offering exhibiting the moderate frames, good soft, slick skins and excellent structure and carcase characteristics that we are striving to breed. There are sires in the offering for all breeding systems from vealers to heavy EU type cattle with our bulls continuing to perform for our clients in climates ranging from the harsh and arid North to the somewhat softer

South East of SA and Western Districts of Victoria. Kerlson Pines will once again be offering their top 30 bulls in our on property sale, giving our clients a chance to bid on our best genetics at the one place. Sire’s include Allendale Gambler L143 and Chisel L3, Mawarra Ohio L416, Days Horizon M028, Yavenvale Milestone M397, Kerlson Pines Maddox M135 and Negotiator N020. These sires have produced a very good line up of

bulls that have the carcase and structural soundness that we strive for to improve our client’s end product. On a different note, this year’s bull sale will be Kerlson Pines last, as we have made the hard decision to disperse the Kerlson Pines female herd the day after the bull sale, on 24th February 2021. This will represent a great opportunity for all to buy genetics with 45 years of stud breeding behind them.

The sale will be conducted by Elders and Nutrien Livestock with catalogues available from the vendors or by contacting the sale agent’s. A colour catalogue, including video footage of all lots, can be viewed online at www. or from following the links found on both studs’ Facebook pages (search Oak Downs Poll Hereford Stud or Kerlson Pines Poll Herefords) from mid-January.

Consistency the key at Morganvale Easy doing, mid maturity, high muscle & marbling all part of the package In 2021 we will hold our annual production sale at our usual date, time and venue being Tuesday 23rd February at 11.30 am on property at Morganvale. Once again all lots will be offered by video auction with Auction Plus for those unable to attend. After a past year no one will forget being a cattle producer is a really exciting time both season and price coming together , the draft of bulls we are offering for sale are showing the genetic advantage the modern Poll Herefords can offer . This year our Poll Hereford bulls sired by eight different sires are all showing the consistent type we are striving for, easy doing ability, mid maturity and high muscle and marbling. The

first sons of 3 exciting new sires will be offered , Wirruna Melville M243 a specialist heifer joining sire with a top 1% calving ease and top 5% for birth weight along with high growth and carcase values, Injemira Anzac M164 is a modern sire with high carcase values, Yavenvale Milestone a son of Koanui Techno is a very high growth sire with style having a top 10% for 200 400 and 600 day growth EBVs. With proven sires in Mt Difficult Kearney -sire of our top selling bull on property in 2020 and having the highest average for sons sold , Wirruna Hotstuff, top 1% IMF ,Morganvale Laverton, Glendan Park Lambert and Days Fabulous are all high value sires with sons of quality in the offering. We believe from a

400+ breeding cow herd there are bulls with genetics to improve the profitability of commercial herds whatever their production goals. All cattle are run and tested on stringent commercial lines in large groups to give high breedplan data accuracy. All sale bulls are PI tested negative for pestivirus and vaccinated with 5 in 1, along with being sire verified, homozogous poll and semen tested . The herd is EU accredited and has a J-BAS 7 score . Free freight is offered on all bulls sold at the sale . The listing is available for d at www. herefordsaustralia or www. For a catalogue or inspection contact Allan or Heather on 0408 859 953 or (08)8757 8271

ABOVE: Morganvale Milestone. One of three new sires represented this year

What came first the chicken or the chicken caesar salad... I have a friend who has been having difficulties when ordering his favourite meal at a local establishment lately. This is how it goes. His favourite meal is a chicken caesar salad. For those who don’t know, a chicken caesar salad would generally consist of some romaine lettuce, croutons, chicken and then be dressed with lemon juice, olive oil, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, a bit of Parmesan


cheese and some pepper. Finally it’s topped off with an egg on top. I don’t know why you’d bother with that nonsense when there’s a perfectly good Hawaiian pizza on the menu, but each to their own I guess. The problem is that every time he orders a chicken caesar salad, it arrives minus the chicken. Literally every time. He then has to query the staff regarding the absence of the chicken. They then have to wander back to the kitchen so that the chef can add the chicken to the meal. It’s an inconvenience for all involved. It seems unusual that what I would assume is the feature part of the meal is absent. After a number of weeks, as he found that the problem was continuing he wisely started working on solutions. Obviously when you encounter problems in life it’s useful to find a way to solve them. Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness, as they say. You’re right. No one’s actually said that since the 1920s but it seems appropriate and I might try to bring it back into vogue. Anyway, his first solution to the problem was to start saying his order more carefully when he placed it. “I’d like a CHICKEN caesar salad,” he started with. Unfortunately saying chicken louder had no effect and the salad continued to appear without chicken. Next he tried, “Can I please have a chiiiicccckkkkeeeennnn caesar salad.” Placing his order

slower did not lead to any better results, and week after week his meal arrived minus the poultry. You probably won’t be surprised that combining loud emphasis of “chicken” with slowing down and being clearer with his order still didn’t lead to a chicken caesar salad arriving at his table. The next week he finally deduced the solution that would solve the problem. “I’d like a caesar salad WITH chicken please,” he announced. Sure

enough when the meal arrived all key components of the meal were in place as expected. You’ll just have to imagine his disappointment the next week when, having thought he’d unlocked the solution to this problem, it all fell apart again.

“Can I please have a caesar salad WITH chicken,” he announced confidently. He then returned to our table and expectantly awaited his meal. And waited. And waited. And waited. Other people’s meals arrived, but still no sign of the caesar salad with chicken. Eventually, several minutes after all other meals had arrived, a staff member wandered towards our table. “There’s a bit of a hold up with your meal, sir,” he politely declared. Obviously forgot the chicken, we all thought. “We’re just sorting your egg.” The egg was the holdup!? We were all a little puzzled as to how the egg could be the holdup. Various theories were suggested before we finally came up with a hypothesis we could all agree on. We believe that the chef was very focused on the chicken part of the salad, based on the new way that my friend was ordering. With this in mind he took care of the chicken, before he remembered that he needed it to lay an egg for the salad. The holdup occurred when a kitchenhand then had to madly scramble to purchase a new chicken to lay an egg. I hope the chef has learned a valuable lesson here. When making a chicken caesar salad, or even a caesar salad with chicken, the egg comes before the chicken. You don’t have these problems with a Hawaiian pizza. Email me at if you’d like me to solve other philosophical conundrums.





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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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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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North opener shines but for the most part the ball dominated the bat in local cricket North Sportsman’s veteran opener Michael Johnston continues to impress, crafting a stunning 134 in North’s formidable target of 8/294 in its clash with South Gambier at Marist Park. The wily opener scored at a good rate for two day cricket, making his 134 of 247 balls in an innings that included 13 boundaries. His opening stand with Brad Robinson (42) was followed by another stunning stand when he combined with Brad Stafford (52) for a 138 second wicket stand and at 2/210, South knew they were in for a long day in the field. Johnston (pictured above left) was eventually removed when the score was 263 and some late hitting from Nick McInerney, an unbeaten 31 from 20 balls, saw North score tantalisingly close to the rarely seen 300 mark from their 80 overs. It took a catch from a fellow veteran, Michael Sims, to remove Johnston, with Robbie Drenthen

(pictured above centre) taking the prized scalp on his way to 5/71 from his 22 overs. Jake Opie was the only other multiple wicket taker for South who will start the daunting run chase this weekend. Mil Lel, on the other hand had a day to forget with the bat, managing only 50 runs before being dismissed in the 33rd over of their allotted 80. Nick Walters (15) was the only Mil Lel bat to reach double figures, while Niall

Easterbrook did the damage with the ball, taking 4/7, while Sam Willis sent down seven maidens in his 10 overs to finish with 2/9. West Gambier boldly declared at 3/62 and at stumps Mil Lel were 2/46 – a vastly improved effort from their first innings, with Walters and skipper Jack Miller at the crease. Willis took both the second innings wickets to fall. Penola also struggled with the bat in its clash with East Gambier, falling for 76 in the 35th over. Mick Waters was the only Eagle to really trouble the scorer with 24 from 24 balls, with Alex Hentschke (pictured above right) taking 5/9 from his 15 overs, having sent down 11 maidens, and Kevin Thomson and Travis Younghusband picking up two wickets apiece. East was 9/97 in reply with Emmerson Marks (30) and Hentschke (21) and Younghusband (26) backing up their strong show ing the ball with some late hitting. Penola shared the wickets, with Waters, Josh Doyle and Zac Williams all claiming multiple scalps. In Crouch Shield action Damien Lock (pictured left) carved his name into the record books with a hat trick, taking 3/34 from his 13.5 overs in Gambier Centrals clash with Yahl.

RESULTS BARBER SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) North Sportsman’s v South Gambier North Sportsman’s 1st innings 8/294 (M. Johnston 134; B. Stafford 52; B. Robinson 42; N. McInerney 31no.; R. Drenthen 5/71; J. Opie 2/49) West Gambier v Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings 50 (N. Walters 15; N. Easterbrook 4/7; S. Willis 2/9; J. DeJong 2/10) West Gambier 1st innings 3/62dec. (C. Prior 31; J. Blackwell 24no.; C. Megaw 2/28) Mil lel 2nd innings 2/46 in reply (N. Walters 11no.; J. Miller 18no.; S. Willis 2/5) Penola v East Gambier Penola 1st innings 76 (M. Waters 24; T. Clayfield 11; A. Hentschke 5/9; K. Thomson 2/37; T. Younghusband 2/9) East Gambier 1st innings 9/97 (E. Marks 30; T. Younghusband 26; A. Hentschke 21; M. Waters 3/17; J. Doyle 2/28; Z. Williams 2/17) CROUCH SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) South Gambier v West Gambier South Gambier 1st innings 223 (C. Jorgenson 46; R. Kuhl 43; J. Singh 29; D. Sims 24; J. Cornolo 3/26; J. Judd 3/38; J. Bull 3/9) West Gambier 0/1 in reply East Gambier v North Sportsman’s North Sportsman’s 1st innings 120

(M. Robinson 33; N. Gore 3/44; S. Golebiowski 2/21; B. Clark 2/16; M. Roberts 2/3) East Gambier 1st innings 3/29 in reply (no details available) COX BROS SHILED (no details available) O’DONOGHUE SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) South Gambier v West Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 114 (J. Prior 46; E. Geary 3/5; J. Sims 2/20; M. Sims 2/8) HALL TROPHY (TWO DAY MATCHES) West Gambier v East/North Gambier West Gambier 1st innings 9/141 (J. Prior 64no.; H. Croker 15; T. Hammond 13; E. Carne 3/3; R. Pandey 2/19; O. Vause 2/0) Penola v Mil Lel Penola 1st innings 74 (Z. Zema 30; E. Hunter 15; G. Barrett 2/16; B. Pfitzner 2/9) Mil Lel 1st innings 0/11 in reply South Gambier v Millicent Millicent 1st innings 97 (S. Hunt 21; C. Hateley 16; A. Lindner 15) SIMS SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Mil Lel Green v Millicent Millicent 1st innings 3/144 (T. Lawlor 29ret.; R. Lindner 27ret.; N. Fitzgerald 14ret.) Mount Burr v South Maroon South Maroon1st innings 6/81 (S. Morello 13ret.; I. Salmon 10ret.) Gambier Central v Mil Lel Gold Gambier Central 1st innings 55 (G. Barrett 2/6; V. Radley 2/3; S/ Miller 2/1) Penola v East Gambier Penola 1st innings 8/53 (H. DE Garis 10ret.; E. Clark 2/1) West Gambier v Glencoe Glencoe 1st innings 8/45 (S. Haase 10; K. Jeffrey 2/8) The T20 finals series was played on Sunday with full photo gallery and results on our facebook page.

Warriors Blue find form in the batting box Race for finals spots tightens up in Mount Gambier Softball League In the COVID-19 game rescheduled from November, Wanderers made the most of a few Warriors White errors to put a run on the board courtesy of Jo Hart but Wanderers struggled to get base runners on over the next two innings as Warriors tightened in the field. Eventually Rej Smith and Sarah Moretti showed their class with hits in the third and forth inning and not to be outdone, Fiona Finch scorched a double for an RBI. Smith followed with two key RBIs of her own having pitched then caught when the Warriors bats started to get her timing. Warriors White rallied with Clare Chaplin, Sarah Polderman and

Justine Koop getting on base multiple times for three runs. Lyndall Feast continued her streak of getting hit while batting while showing improvement at second base and backing her side with continuous positive voice. Kelly Anderson and Mackenzie Richards-Fennell covered good ground in the outfield for Warriors and Daena Wombwell protected her teeth at third, making four key outs and smacking two safehits which produced two RBIs. Bec White and Leyna Bruggemann lent a hand with a hit each. It was a nail biter in the end but Bruggemann shut Wanderers’ runners down and Warriors enjoyed a 6-5 victory without having to bat

in the bottom half of the innings. Warriors Blues broke their losing streak by tightening up in the field and seven people getting safehits. Youngster Emily Walker came off the bench for her first game knocking down a hard hit ball by United’s Bec Von Duve. Mel Chuck just keeps getting even better every game with another two safehits, two walks, and taking a number of tricky throws at first. Blues put three on the board in the first dig then another two in the second care of Bec White and Leyna Bruggemann RBIs. It was in the third innings when Blues opened the flood gates with 10 runs started with a lead

off walk to Kelly Doyle who did some smart running to get Justine Koop on base, both then scored by a single to right field by Daena Wombwell who finished with two hits, Koop also two including a crisp triple to right having made a smart adjustment in the batting box. Koop also showed off her leg speed, despite feeling under the weather, to take a great catch running forward off the bat off United’s Kia Hansen. Blues’ Doyle and White had a hit each, with Nicole Vause’s safe glove at third while adding another safehit to her impressive tally. Pitcher Bruggemann gave up only two safe hits over the four digs with one to Sarah Thompson

and the other to Von Duve, both swinging the bat hard and the latter scoring both United’s runs. RESULTS Warriors White 6 (D Wombwell 2, L Bruggemann, B White, J Koop, C Chaplin) d Wanderers 5 (F Finch, R Smith, S Moretti 2, E Hart); Warriors Blue 17 (D Wombwell, M Chuck, L Bruggemann, J Koop 2, N Vause, B White, K Doyle) d Concordes United 2 (S Thomson, B Von Duve); Wanderers 4 (S Moretti 2, F Finch, J Hart, R Smith, I Goldsmith) d Concordes White 2 (M Sutherland, B Jones 2, J Hopgood, K Altschwager)



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While Central remains undefeated in Mount Gambier & District Baseball League Playing at home, Millicent started the scoring in the bottom of the first dig when Jordan Johnson drew a walk which was followed by safehits to Nick Pink and Craig Chittleborough. Johnson was batted in by Anthony Mutton and Jack Hateley’s safety scored Pink. Federal’s Matt Nicholls doubled to leftfield and was batted in by Roy Hutchesson. The Bandits replied when Johnson and Nick Pink again found themselves on base from safehits and were both batted in. In the next inning Johnson was again aboard and scored on Nick Pink’s hit to leftfield. Federal were up and about in the fourth inning. Nicholls hit safely, Josh Wilsmore picked a walk and Jack Telford’s hit to centrefield saw Nicholls cross the plate. Brady Cooper’s infield single scored Wilsmore, Telford touched home on a wild throw and Cooper added one more when he was driven in by Alex Pearson. Millicent could only muster one more run in the even inning when Hateley hit safely to rightfield and scored on Ellis Cushion’s safety also to rightfield, giving them the lead six runs to five. The Demons added two more runs in the fifth while Millicent retaliated with three more of their own. Federal added one more in the sixth but the Bandits in the bottom half of the inning went on

a run scoring spree mainly due to some very loose pitching, Nick Pink was hit by a pitched ball, Chittleborough walked, Darcy Pink hit safely as did Anthony Mutton whose hit batted in Pink. Next up Hateley picked a base on ball which advanced Chittleborough to the homeplate, Tom Winkley was hit by the pitched which added another run, Saxon Altschwager also walked adding another run, Johnson batted in Winkley and to round off a seven run inning Altschwager scored on Nick Pinks sacrifice fly. Federal tried valiantly to haul the eight run deficit in but came up four runs short. Clay Carpenter walked, Tom Rundle also walked, Nicholls fourth safehit of the game scored Carpenter, Rundle crossed the plate on a wild pitch, Zeb Chant hit into a fielder’s choice and both he and Nicholls were batted in by Wilsmore who drilled a pitch out to leftfield. With the allotted time up and no requirement for Millicent to bat, game was called leaving Millicent victors 16 runs to 12. Millicent had 21 safehits,six walks, three hit batters, 14 RBI, two K and left 15 runners on base. Federal had 17 safehits,six walks, 10 RBI, six K and left 11 runners on base. Central continue their undefeated status, opening the scoring in the bottom of the first when Josh Chuck singled to

centrefield and was batted in by Nathan Meinck’s two bagger to leftfield. The Indians opened their account in the top of the fourth for their one and only run of the game. Pitcher Dean Hamilton drove the ball to rightfield and scored after bases were loaded from walks by Travis Lockwood, Jesse Balshaw and finally Ryan Walter who forced Hamilton over the plate. Alex Ridding for Central, leading off in the bottom of the fifth hit safely to the infield and Jordan Aston followed up with a walk. Ridding scored on a wild pitch and Aston was batted in by Nathan Meinck. In the sixth, Ridding again found himself at first, this time from an infield error and crossed the homeplate on Aston’s sacrifice fly to centrefield. The Magpies basically put the game beyond doubt in the bottom of the eighth when Dylan Gull’s drive fell short of rightfield, then Koby Chant’s long fly to centrefield was grassed. Gull scored on Ridding’s infield safehit and Chant crossed the plate on Aston’s short hit to an infield play. Central ran out winners six runs to one. Central had 10 safe-hits, one walk, five RBI, two K, left seven runners on base and made one error. South had six safehits, three walks, one RBI, seven K, left eight runners on base and made three errors.

Pennant Bowls Results MID WEEK PENNANT NO MATCHES LADIES PENNANT NO MATCHES OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Robe 67/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 60/4; Mount Gambier 100/16 d Kalangadoo 53/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 69/12 d Port MacDonnell 62/4; Naracoorte 81/14 d Millicent 66/2. DIVISION TWO Mount Gambier RSL 72/14 d Kingston 62/2; Penola 74/13 d Naracoorte 46/3; Millicent 66/14 d Naracoorte RSL 62/2; Mount Gambier Red 72/16 d MounGambier Blue 50/0 DIVISION THREE Mount Gambier RSL 84/12 d Lucindale 75/4; Kingston 69/14 d Port MacDonnell 57/2; Millicent Red 73/14 d Penola 58/2; Naracoorte 96/16 d Millicent Blue 56/0. DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Robe 67/14 d Port MacDonnell 53/2; Beachport Blue 95/16 d Mount Gambier Blue 52/0; Mount Gambier RSL 84/14 d Millicent 59/2; Beachport Red 92/14 d Mount Gambier Red 56/2. DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) Frances 64/14 d Penoal 54/2; Naracorote 76/14 d Lucindale 61/2; Kalangadoo 95/16 d Naracoorte RSL 56/0

RESULTS Division 1 Millicent 15 (Anthony Mutton 4, Nick Pink, Craig Chittleborough, Jack Hateley 3, Jordan Johnson, Darcy Pink, Saxon Altschwager 2, Tom Winkley, Ellis Cushion) d Federal 12 (Mat Nicholls 4, Alex Pearson, Taylor Wilsmore 3, Roy Hutchesson 2, Brady Cooper, Clay Carpenter, Tom Rundle, Josh Wilsmore, Jack Telford); Central 6 (Nathan Meinck, Dylan Gull, Alex Ridding 2, Kyall McClean, Josh Chuck, Dylan Chuck, Jordan Aston) d South Indians 1 (Dean Hamilton 2, Bruce Morale, Ben Morale, Jesse Balshaw, Brandon Horrigan) Division 2 Central Magpies 20 (Jordan Carrison 4, Justin Tzioutziouklaris 3, Henry Snell, Sam Shaw 2, Patrick O’Hehir, Josh Chuck, Kaleb Bowd, Mark Kilpatrick, Brad Braithwaite, Hudson Keding) d Federal 0 (Jeremy Butler) Central 12 (Brad Lynagh, Josh Aston, Lachie Tilley 2, Mitch Cutting, Leigh Kent, Ben Green, Darren Smith, Blade Sturges) d South Indians 0 (Christian Greco, Jason Henke, Tom Foote) Division 3 South Indians 10 (Darren Cole 2, Nigel Tilley, Jason Henke, Marcus Sertori, Steve Theodoropoulos) d Naracoorte 9 (Tom Paech, Ashley Cross 2, Ryan Whitwell, Brady Fox, Kentaro Sisson, Martin Wirper); Federal 22 (John McAdam 5, Peter

Taylor, Mick Potter 3, Matt DeNys, Ben Kroon, Andy DeNys, Girard Williams, Andrew Hughes, Steve Patzel 2, Cody Williams, Blake McAdam) d Central Magpies 3 (Sam Henschke, Andrew Hoath 2, Alan Crouch, Terry Wilson, Andrew West); Tigers 10 (Phil Clark, Marcus Thompson 2, Darcy Perry, John Verrity, Sean Horrigan, Leigh Edwards) d Millicent 5 (Michael Pink, Steve Wanganeen 2, Cameron Harris, Gage Morley, Daniel Hateley) Junior League Tigers 13 (Flynn Hillstone 2, Jarvi Mee, Alex Merrett) d South Indians 8 (Wil Lewis); Central 19 (Ben Braithwaite, Bree Ridding, Mitchell Ruwoldt, Curtis Page, Devlin Harpham, Brodie Berkefeld) d Federal 9 (Josh Tilley 2, Ryan Fraser, Dean Searcy) Little League South Indians 6 (Jett Lewis (HR), Linkon Ratcliffe, Nate Habner, Kobe Hamilton) d Tigers 3 (Levi Seager); Central 9 (Lachlan Brierley, Sam Ruwoldt 2, Orlando Vause) d Millicent 5 (Molly Cushion, Braeley Cooper 2, Atticus Mutton) Minor League Central 10 (Angus Maidment 2, Connor Ruwoldt) d Tigers Orange 7 (Hayden Thompson 2); Tigers 14 ((Harrison Elletson 3 (HR), Sam Marcus, Titan Dumigan, Ben Reichelt 2)d Federal 5 (Cooper Monroe)

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Local legend Damian brand won the Twin Peaks Hill Climb at Port MacDonnell earlier this month. PHOTO COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD - TURN8 PHOTOGRAPHY

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Mount Gambier High School hits the pool for Interhouse competition Due to the development of the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre, the annual Mount Gambier High School Interhouse Swimming Carnival was unable to take place in its usual format. Instead, the Year 8 students, house captains and Year 11 peer support leaders took part in a Modified Swimming Carnival at the Nangwarry Poollast week. Whilst the weather wasn’t overly warm, the students did not hesitate to jump into the pool getting involved in the range of championship events (freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke and 4x25m freestyle relay) as well as a number of novelty relay events (boogieboard, kickboard, water run, obstacle course, Tug O War and the cork scramble). Tower eventually got over the line in a thriller, winning the day by just two points. Mount Gambier High School special sports coordinator Kerran Wingard said it was a great day as the Year 8 students got their first taste of the house competition. “Our peer support leaders and house captains did an amazing job helping the younger students out, demonstrating leadership and promoting house spirit,” Mr Wingard said. “To see the participation rate throughout the day, even in cold conditions, was

a real highlight and emphasises how important interhouse competitions are within the school and developing positive school culture.” Mount Gambier High School took a team of students from all year levels to compete against schools within the South East Secondary Sports zone at the Interschool Swimming Competition, held in Bordertownlast Friday (Full results in next week’s Lifestyle1). Overall Results 1st - Tower - 141 62 (novelties) plus 79 (championship)

Mount Gambier RSL produces State pairs country champions

Many bowlers from the South East of South Australia went off to Adelaide recently for the annual Country Carnival Championships. Mount Gambier RSL bowlers Strawb Masters (left) and Glenn Wright (right) were able to win the Men’s Pairs competition.

2nd - Lake - 139 42 (novelties) plus 97 (championship) 3rd - Gambier -126 60 (novelties) plus 66 (championship) 4th - Mount - 96 56 (novelties) plus 40 GETTING THE JOB DONE IN NANGWARRY: (Above left) Haydn Lowe finishes the boys breaststroke event strongly, taking first place, (above right) Zane Norman had a blast during the boys boogie board relay and (right)Arrabelle Searle competes in the girls freestyle event.

Lakes team returns champions

The Lakes Junior Tennis teams headed to Naracoorte earlier this month and returned with the Schueller Shield. PHOTO COURTESY OF ELIZA COLE - JUST A GIRL WITH A CAMERA

Mount Gambier RSL crowns its men’s veterans champion Vicis Netball Club

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The Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowling Club held their Men’s Veterans Singles Competition last week with ten very good bowlers taking to the greens to contest this strong field with a first to 21 shots format. After some very competitive games and some really good bowling the final four resulted in Robert Corner taking on Rick Chirgwin and although a valiant performance was put up by the latter it was Robert Corner who took out the game 21 shots to 4 shots. In the other semi final Ron Edlington took on Noel Miller which was played to a very high standard with the eventual winner being Edlington (right) who overcame his opponent by 21 shots to 9 shots. The final did not live up to the close encounter which was expected with last year’s Men’s Club Champion Corner (left) showing some good controlled bowling to become the eventual winner with a 21 shot to 5 shot victory.


The heat was on for 2-4-2 competition at Millicent



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Last Thursday. in rather warm weather, 31 players took to the greens to play 20 ends of 2-4-2 bowls at the Millicent Bowls Club. By the 15th end the conditions started to cool down and at the end of the game light rain had started. The winning team for the 2-4-2 went to a triple, Jan Buhlmann, Eddie Hann and Derk Pietersma, with a score of 33+12. Runners up for the day was a pair of Wayne Burris and Neil Whelan, scoring 32+11. Other winning teams were Glen Schapel, David Reichelt 31+6. Chris Earl, Peter Scanlon 31+1, Frank Cooper, John Buhlmann 30+9, Derek Bowering, Ian Ross 30+6 and Andy Kramer, Peter Varcoe 28+1. Players were reminded the Championship Pairs were to be completed before February 21 ready to play in the Champion of Champions Pairs which are being hosted at Millicent. 2-4-2 AT MILLICENT: (Above left) Winners Derk Pietersam, Jan Buhlmann & Eddie Hann and (above right) runners up Wayne Burris & Neil Whelan

Allen continues strong form

SPORT Opie claims rare double Last week the Mount Gambier RSl & District Bowls Club held their Veterans Ladies Singles Competition with a small but strong contingent entering the competition. The format for the competition was the first to 21. Merna Whitehead defeated Lyn Chirgwin in the first game which then gave a final four. In the semi finals Veronica Opie defeated Merna Whitehead and Edna Eldridge defeated Grace Plew to set up an interesting final. The experience of Opie (left) shone through in the final and although a gallant effort was put up by Eldridge (right) she was unable to overcome the Ladies’ Club Singles Champion and Veronica Opie came through victorious to now hold both the Ladies’ Club and Veterans Singles Championships for the year.

Night Owls kicks off at Mount Gambier RSL Night Owls got off to a fantastic start last Tuesday evening with a total of 104 bowlers taking to the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowls Club greens in very mild conditions. The NUNS won the night with Trevor’s Our Hero coming second. There is a weekly draw of $50 but unfortunately the player whose name was drawn this week was not present and therefore it jackpots to $100 this Tuesday. More teams of four players or single entries are still welcome so just call Graham Crowder on 0428 936 682 and he will fit you in. Its a fun night and a great introduction to lawn bowls for anyone who is keen to get started in this growing sport. Anyone interested in joining the RSL Bowling Club please contact the Club on (08)8725 9515

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SUMMER TROPHY PODIUM: (Above back row) Division 2 podium Carol Melhuish (3rd), Trudy Herbert (2nd) & Dianne Allen (1st) and (above front row) Division two podium Helen Myers (3rd), Ronda Edwards (2nd) & Cherryl Hill (1st)

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The second round of the Sorrentos Cafe Summer trophy was played by the women at the Blue Lake Golf Club in very warm conditions last Wednesday and consistency was the winner for a number of players. With a early morning start to beat the heat that was forecast as 27 women once again vied for the points on offer for the stableford round of the summer trophy. For the second week in a row, it was Division Two’s Dianne Allen showing the way with 38 points bringing her tally so far to six points earning her the top rung on the ladder for the trophy and also another drop in her handicap. Division One’s Cherryl Hill also had an impressive scorecard of 37 points that included pars on the 11th, 12th and 14th holes and splits of 16/21 to take the top voucher. Second prize went to Ronda Edwards five shots behind on 32 points, only paring the 5th hole and splits of 18/14. Third prize was awarded to Helen Myers, who managed to have par’s on the 11th, 12th and 16th, splits of 16/15, coming in with 31 points. Dianne Allen won the graded voucher for Division Two carding splits of 19/18, followed by a close second Trudy Herbert 37 points and third spot was won by Carol Melhuish 31 points, 16/15. The third round of the Summer Trophy played in par format will be played this Wednesday.

In week 3 A Grade matches, The Go-Getiam’s recorded a narrow 7-5 victory over the Four Donkeys whilst the Mac’n’Tosh’s continued their winning ways, this time brushing aside Boom Shakalaka 9 rubbers to 3. Go Ghetiams player Sanith Ghetia turned in a dominant undefeated performance for his team, as did Four Donkeys player Will Newlyn. The match produced a plethora of nail-biting 5-game contests, none bigger than the marathon between Ghetia and Kevin Patzel, ultimately it would be the Go Ghetiams player who would prevail 13-11 in the fifth game to clinch the rubber. In the other A Grade match, brothers Josh and Chandler Jantosh, together with Justin Hutchesson, all put on an absolute clinic against their Boom Shakalaka opponents, all recording clean sheets in their respective singles rubbers. Ward Freeman and David Harris-Jones were able to record a win each to avoid complete disaster for their team. The Wolf Pack swept aside the Iron Filings 12 rubbers to nil in their B Grade encounter, whilst The Revengers atoned for the previous week with an equally dominant display against The Tweakers, winning 11-1. Cameron Beal, Rob Halleday and Luke Bremner all recorded clean sheets in their singles rubbers for the victors, whilst Marga Steele was the only player able to salvage a positive for her Tweakers team with victory over Rayelene Hutchesson. In week 3 C Grade matches, Fireball comfortably accounted for The Griffins 8 rubbers to 4, whilst Ramentum and the Blue Goblins fought out a 6-all draw, the latter prevailing on countback of games 26-23. Lorraine Halleday and Tom Horrigan were in scintillating form for their Fireball team, both remaining undefeated, whilst Nudeen Cook and Andrew Schubert both came away with clean sheets for Ramentum. Cook’s tense battle of attrition with Blue Goblins player Tracey Rawlings provided the highlight of the night, Cook eventually outlasting Rawlings 11-9 in the deciding fifth game. 2-rubber winners: • A Grade: Sanith Ghetia (The Go Ghetiams), Will Newlyn (Four Donkeys), Josh Jantosh, Chandler Jantosh, Justin Hutchesson (Mac’n’Tosh’s). • B Grade: Cameron Beal, Rob Halleday, Luke Bremner (Revengers), Aaron McPhee, Rowan Hardcastle, Brian McPhee, Mike Hosszu (The Wolf Pack). • C Grade: Nudeen Cook, Andrew Schubert (Ramentum), Lorraine Halleday, Tom Horrigan (Fireball), Joel Schofield (The Griffins)


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Junior rider testing the handicappers with consecutive senior road race victories Once again, a good number of riders signed on for the latest race in the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Summer seriesm - this time held on the relatively flat, but exposed, 25km course along Attamurra Road and back. The club welcomed another five riders for their first race of the series. A southerly breeze gusting up to 30km/h was going to make the racing hard for the 12.5km back to the finish line. The handicappers for this race had divided the 27 nominated riders into six groups, with the larger groups chasing from the back. Fresh from his warm up in the junior race, Jamison Buckley lined up with Jason Buckland as the ‘hares’ for everyone else to chase down. They were given a seven minute headstart on the next group of Jen Buckland, Shane Fiegert and Michael Dethmore. Pru Riddoch was also meant to be in this group, but an unfortunate mechanical just before the start put paid to her race before it had even begun. With 11 minutes on the clock, the pairing of Dave Delaland and Liam Fielding were given the approval to begin the chase, followed one minute later by the group that was meant to consist of John

Cranwell, Bruce McLaughlin, Dean Zeven, Mike Bakker, Paul Brooker, and Spek Peake. Zeven and McLaughlin must have thought that the handicappers had given them too easy a mark, though, and waited until their group had left before setting off in pursuit. After 13 minutes had elapsed from the first group setting off, the second scratch group consisting of some of the Limestone Coast Cycling Academy riders - Matt Fiegert, Riley Hill, Harry Opperman, and Niel van Niekirk - as well as Jack Patzel and Phil Stasiw. Malcolm Tirabassi was meant to be in this group also, but had been caught up in a conversation with the scratch bunch, and missed his start also, making for a tough ride initially while trying to catch up. The final group consisting of Dave Bryant, Nick Kidman, Adam Kauer, Matthew Opperman and Rob Mann was allowed to leave after 18 minutes, beginning the hard chase to everyone else. Out in front, Buckley was showing the benefit of his training on the velodrome and with the academy, strongly riding away from Jason by the 7km mark, and doing his best “Turbo Durbo” impression of hoping to stay away for the final three quarters of the

Molly Opperman claims junior time trial

race. The tailwind out to the halfway turnaround kept all riders honest, and speeds high, with most groups being able to keep away from the chasing bunches. After the turnaround, though, the headwind started to make the going tough. The benefit of being able to stay with a group and use the draft to recover rose to the fore. The riders at the back started slowly to reel in the racers before them. With 4.5km to go, Jason Buckland was caught by Crranwell, Brooker and Peake, who continued with the task of chasing down Buckley, further in front. The scratch riders at this stage were still approximately 1km further back, but marking off the other riders one by one. Buckley managed to stay away for the entirety of the race, giving the handicappers something to think about before his next race, to take the victory in a time of 50 minutes and eight seconds. He was followed approximately three minutes later by Cranwell and Brooker who managed to snare the spots on the podium ahead of the fast finishing Kidman who took fastest time honours (38:13 ride time), relegating Peake to fifth place. Mann, Opperman, and

Bryant finished tightly bunched before another sprint finish allowed Patzel to finish ninth, ahead of van Niekirk, Stasiw and Hill. Following them was Mattison Fiegert, Zeven, Bakker, and Tirabassi, then Delaland, Fielding, Dethmore, McLaughlin, Jen Buckland, Jason

Buckland, Kauer and Shane Fiegert. POWERING TO THE LINE: Nick Kidman (left) mounts his challenge to move past Speak Peake and claims the fastest time.

Millicent Night Owls results

Three junior riders greeted the Commissaire for their 10km race held on February 7 as part of the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Summer Series, held on the different surroundings of Attamurra road. Kira Harpham was the first to leave, followed by Molly Opperman four minutes later. Jamison Buckley was the backmarker and set off in pursuit of the other two five minutes behind Molly. They call the time trial “the race of truth” because you can’t hide from the wind, and this race had a strong tailwind at the start, which unfortunately meant for a strong headwind toward the finish line in the out-and-back course. All three riders time trialled for the duration of the race, with Molly leading them home in a race time of 25:37 (ride time 21:37), with Jamison not able to catch Molly this time to finish second (28:24), but with fastest riding time (19:24). Kira rode strongly to finish just behind Jamison (28:47) to round out the podium.

Touches: Paul Whitford (Rovers) 4, Gary Wilson (Mossies) 4, Jim Hyland (Mossies ) 3, Ian Grosser (Somerset Seniors) 3, Margie Gysberts (Gizzies Crew) 3, Stewart Pounsett (Lions Roar) 3, Scott Bowering (Tant Tigers) 3, Jaydon Williams (Bedford Butterflies) 3, Maureen McRobert (Maccas) 3, Janet Watson (Birdies) 3, Haydon Joiner (Lion Rams) 3, Graham Fennell (The George)3 Winners tonight: WHITE DIVISION: Lion Cubs (Graham Arney, Mallie Buchanan, Robert Dunn, Keith Fields) defeated Rotary 30+12,other winning teams were, Gizzies Crew 28+3, Scrappers 28+2, X Factor 27+1. BLUE DIVISION: Sunnies (Mary Bellinger, Bernie Bowman, Glen Tilley, Barb Leicester) defeated Lions Rams 28+7,other winning teams were Mossies 28+5, Birdies 27+6, Lions 27+3, Try Hards 26+5. RED DIVISION: Tant Tigers (Scott Bowering, Tyson McGrath, Eddie Hann, Ian Johnson) defeated Maccas 30+16. Other winning teams were, The George 30+13, Sparkies 27+&, with Great Northern Clams, Somerset Legends, Untouchables and Grand Hotel all having a draw.

JUNIOR PODIUM: Kira Harpham (3rd); Jamison Buckley (2nd & fastest time) & Molly Opperman (1st).


Fields, Robert Dunn, Mallie Buchanan & Graham Arney (Lion Cubs, White Division); (above centre) Glen Tilley, Mary Bellinger, Bernie Bowman & Barb

Leicester(Sunnies, Blue Division) & (above bottom) Eddie Hann, Tyson McGrath, Scott Bowering & Ian Johnson (Tant Tigers, Red Division)

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