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ISSUE 872 - March 10, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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ABOVE: Glenthompson kelpie breeder and mutiple Australian Working Dog champion Joe Spicer.

Anniversary celebrations back on Casterton Kelpie Muster looking to celebrate 25 years in 2021 What started as a working dog auction at the Casterton Saleyards, with bids being taken from the back of a ute, quickly evolved to become Australia’s premier working dog auction and one of Australia’s most unique community

events. Organisers areow busy navigating the minefield that is COVID safe protocols to ensure the event returns to the western district in 2021. See inside for full story


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Port MacDonnell Community Complex hosting a stunning vintage clothing exhibition It is all about 1949 at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex gallery with a stunning vintage clothing exhibition from Allendale East clothing designer Beverley Gunn. And it is not just a retro look at fashion from more than seven decades ago, it is also a nod to the curvaceous figure with Beverley’s designs fashioned for a size 16. Four day dresses are part of the display, inspired by the fashion trends of the late 1940sand is Beverley’s second exhibition at the complex. The Vintage 1949 exhibition showcases Beverley’s pattern construction techniques designed to enhance and give comfort to the more voluptuous figure. Beverley studied Pattern Making and Dress Design in 1974 through the International Correspondence School and she has always had an affinity for clothing of this 1949 vintage, and earlier vintages, finding inspiration from the days of black and white television. Beverley’s inspiration for this range comes from world leading designers who were

operating in France during 1949. “In the years leading up to 1949 ready-to-wear clothing was not yet an everyday reality,” she said. “One designer operating in France at this time that I particularly admired was the Spanish designer Cristobal Balenciaga.” Beverley envisages that vintage clothing enthusiasts will coordinate these dresses with accessories and other garments still available in local vintage boutiques and bazaars. A WALK DOWN MEMORY LANE: This dress features a manufactured fabric from the 1950s known as Zeflan.

“...In the years leading up to 1949 ready-to-wear clothing was not yet an everyday reality...” Beverley Gunn

Naracoorte embraces the Fringe Fringe fever will hit Naracoorte this Saturday when the Naracoorte Town Squares will be transformed for its first ever Fringe Street Party. Local performers showcasing their talents in music, theatre and dance will entertain Fringe goers from 3-5pm, then Fringe artists including acrobats, fire jugglers and magicians from around Australia - will take centre stage from 5-7pm. Food and market stalls will also be set up in the Town Squares for the free, familyfriendly event. The Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery will stay open for the Fringe Street Party and hold an exhibition opening for an indigenous painter from Mount Gambier, while members of local craft groups will also be working in the gallery. Naracoorte Lucindale

Council is a proud event partner of the first Naracoorte Fringe Street Party. The Adelaide Fringe is the biggest arts festival in the Southern Hemisphere. A not-for-profit, open access festival, it transforms Adelaide and greater South Australia for 31 days and nights across February and March annually

and stretches from Whyalla to Mount Gambier, with eclectic and vibrant events that include cabaret, theatre, comedy, circus, music, visual arts, workshops and so much more. For further updates on the Naracoorte Fringe Street Party, go to Council’s Facebook page.

A new look Sheepvention has made its way onto the 2021 events calendar with the Hamilton Pastoral and Agricultural Society announcing the release of a two new events so the event can go ahead but also stay in line with potential COVID regulations. “Due to the COVID regulations currently in place the running of Sheepvention as it previously has been, won’t be possible this year,” Sheepvention president Kathyrn Robertson said. “The committee have decided to reformat the structure and produce multiple, smaller events. The current proposed events will be a sheep focused event in August and a broader agriculture event in October.” A ram sale and trade exhibitions will feature at the August event, with the October event incorporating more trade exhibitions and machinery demonstrations. “We hope to look at more events including some of our agricultural competitions and shows and something for our general indoor and food and wine traders later in the year,” Ms Robertson said. “We had to find combinations of our Sheepvention product that would work together and could fit within our existing buildings so we weren’t risking the outlay for marquees.” A prospectus for the Sheepvention Rural Events on offer will be released to exhibitors this week. “We look forward to providing our region with events again, and we will endeavour to bring our original Sheepvention format back as soon as COVID restrictions allow,” she said. “We are excited to be offering something different this year via a portfolio of events. We

welcome everyone’s support while we navigate this new challenge.” Dates and further information will be released later this week and all information will be made available at www. hamiltonshowgrounds.com.au The popular Australasian Young Designer Wool Competition will also return in 2021 with Friday, June 18, the tentative date. It has also been revamped for 2021 - there will be no more categories and the prizes will reflect a genuine launch into the Australian Fashion Industry. With a 60% wool minimum, designers are encouraged to incorporate as much wool into their outfit. The overall design brief for the 2021 competition is Slow Down Fast Fashion where competitors will be asked to design an outfit that demonstrates the positive effects of slowing down fast fashion. This could be cleaner oceans, recycling materials or less landfill and the outfit still must comprise of at least 60% wool, with no more than four pieces. Times and dates for the awards ceremony are yet to be carved, so keep up to date via the event’s facebook page.

Time for Nelson residents to have their say Nelson residents are invited to talk to their local councillors about what matters to them and their community as part of an upcoming event. Glenelg Shire Council’s Listening Post event will take place on Thursday, March 25, at the Nelson Hotel from 6-7pm. The Listening Posts have been running since 2018 and provide a forum for feedback on current issues affecting local communities.

Glenelg Shire Mayor Cr Anita Rank said councillors were keen to hear from Nelson residents, particularly following the impact of COVID-19. “The past twelve months have been incredibly challenging, particularly for our cross-border communities, so a Listening Post in Nelson will be a great way to discuss the impacts of border closures, tourism restrictions and more,” she said. “We want to get a better understanding of

the things that matter in the community and how council can help to support Nelson residents with any issues or opportunities. Come and say hello, have your voice heard and meet your local councillors. “We will also use the forum to provide an update on current and future Council projects, events and activities, such as the Glenelg Shire 2040 Community Plan. The plan has been a collaboration of many

voices including the Nelson community, and we thank them for their participation and feedback on the plan over the past 12-18 months.” For further information please contact the Glenelg Shire on 1300 GLENELG or email enquiry@glenelg.vic.gov.au. Residents unable to attend

the event can leave their feedback online through the dedicated Listening Post forum on the Your Say Glenelg website. Visit https://yoursay. glenelg.vic.gov.au/ • Event details: Nelson Listening Post • Thursday, March 2 (6–7pm) • Nelson Hotel


Anniversary celebrations back on Casterton Kelpie Muster looking to celebrate 25 years in 2021 What started as a working dog auction at the Casterton Saleyards, with bids being taken from the back of a ute, quickly evolved to become Australia’s premier working dog auction and one of Australia’s most unique community events. If the Melbourne Cup is the race that stops a nation, the Australian Kelpie Muster is the event that stops a town with all hands on deck as Casterton hosts thousands of visitors from across Australia, and occasionally internationally, to celebrate all things kelpie, showcasing the town and the lifestyle it offers. And so now everyone has fingers crossed, the event, which was cancelled in 2020 courtesy of COVID, can proceed in 2021 with planning well underway for what will be the 25th anniversary celebration of Australia’s favourite working dog festival. Organisers are busy navigating the minefield that is COVID safe protocols to ensure the event returns to the western district in 2021. Earmarked for a return to its usual timeslot on the Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend in June, the 25th annual CopRice Australian Kelpie Muster will boast a full calendar of events and for the first time in its history looms as a ticketed event to ensure COVID safe crowd control. Casterton Kelpie Association (CKA) president Karen Stephens said the town was eager for the return of the popular community celebrations after that 12 month hiatus that saw all major community events shelved. “We are extremely excited to announce that CKA has engaged a consultant, experienced in

dealing with state legislation and event planning, to assist with the developing a COVID-safe business proposal, managing the complexity of meeting new event policies in the hope that our event can return in its full capacity this June long weekend,” Mrs Stephens said. “The safety and well-being of our visitors and broader community is of the utmost importance to our committee and we are confident that we can deliver a realistic event proposal which meets state policies to see the return of this iconic celebration. “The volunteer committee has been busy over many months, navigating the new State Government COVID Safe plan requirements and investing in new infrastructure in the hopes our event can proceed safely and risk free. “We are hopeful that our Risk Mitigation Plan will provide the formula for other Glenelg Shire events to follow to bring our once vibrant event calendar back to its busy scheduling, supporting hard-working business and tourism operators.” This year’s Australian Kelpie Muster is anticipated to attract a national-buyer base which should surpass more than $3 million in total dog sales. “Our working dog sale has made international headlines in recent years, breaking records as buyers have travelled from across Australia to get their hands on the high-quality working pedigrees on offer,” she said. “A well-trained Kelpie working dog is as valuable as a farm-hand and people are willing to invest considerable sums for the right

dog or bitch and we anticipate this year will attract a strong buyer base.” Whilst the auction attracts the farming and agriculture sector, Mrs Stephens said tourists travelled from far and wide to enjoy a front row seat to the kelpie and just what these popular dogs can achieve through the Kelpie Dash, Kelpie Hill Climb and the Kelpie High Jump, with Casterton holding the current world record of 2.951 metres. “Casterton is extremely proud of its history as the birthplace of the Kelpie and we are eager to share this storytelling with the next

generation of muster-goers in the near future,” Mrs Stephens said. “We encourage everyone to stay tuned and wait for more exciting news as we prepare for our newlook celebration over the coming weeks.” To keep up to date with the latest Australian Kelpie Muster news visit http://www. castertonkelpieassociation.com. au/ or visit the Muster Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ AustralianWorkingDogMuster The Australian Kelpie Centre remains open daily from 9am to 5pm, Henty Street, Casterton.

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An exciting opportunity New City Growth chief brings a passion for regional South Australia “I think Mount Gambier is the most exciting opportunity in South Australia.” And you can only assume that sentiment from newly appointed City of Mount Gambier General Manager City Growth Tim Coote is not only the reason he applied for the role but the reason he was selected to help lead Mount Gambier into the future. “It’s South Australia’s second largest economy and has lots of advantages,” Tim said. “There are lots of great projects in the pipeline and in the works and I didn’t hesitate for a second to come on board.” Born in Glenelg, growing up in Port Lincoln, working in Adelaide and spending 15 years in the Loire Valley, in France, with roles in the public and private sector over the journey, Tim brings a wealth of experience to the City Growth role. An Arts graduate, who then completed postgraduate studies in Business and Public Sector Management, Tim said he was embracing his return to regional South Australia and enjoying exploring a new region. “The first thing everyone I spoke to about Mount Gambier said the same thing – it’s so beautiful,” Tim said. “I am looking forward to exploring the region and getting to know the area with my family.” Tim is joined in Mount Gambier by his wife and youngest son – an 18 year old enjoying his gap year and working freelance in the graphic design sector. His 27 year old son is a chef in France. “I met my wife Ilda in France and had two children and stayed in the Loire Valley for about 15 years, working in Local Government becoming Director for Training before establishing a corporate

training and consultancy company working with French based multinational companies and Loire Valley regional organisations,” he said. “Despite being away, I have always felt close to regional South Australia and returned to Australia to work in the regions in 2012.” Tim’s most recent position was with the South Australian State Government as Regional Manager International Markets, Trade and Regions – Eyre and Western, Far North, Yorke and Mid North and Barossa with the Department for Trade and Investment and previous to that role as Regional Manager, Eyre and Western with the Department for Industry and Skills. “Essentially I was helping regional businesses to build their capabilities and grow,” he said. “Previously, I managed the State Government’s Whyalla Response Office with the Department of State Development and the Steel Taskforce.” Tim is looking to bring fresh eyes and a fresh perspective to his role and building on the good work that has already been started. He has barely clocked up a month and is focussed on framing what City Growth actually means. “Growing a city means different things to different people,” he said. “It doesn’t just mean a bigger city in size although that might be part of it. It is a more sustainable city, a more resilient city, a more resourceful city – everyone looks at it through a different lens.” Driving economic growth and attracting investment certainly features in the job description. “it is about providing the best outcomes for the community,” Tim said. “It is important for us to understand why we a doing what we are do – that is important for

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and you can do everything that you can do anywhere else without inconvenience, you can be the hub of your own wheel based where you are,” he said. “You can’t have a strong State with weak regions and the idea that people are stuck in the regions is dissipating now. People are choosing to be in the regions, we are here because we want to be here, not because we can’t be anywhere else.” Tim and his wife are art lovers and can’t wait to immerse themselves in the visual arts and music scene, with Tim’s wife also bringing some serious culinary skills to the table. “This is just a really exciting opportunity for me and my family in the next phase of our lives,” he said.

Welcoming back the performing arts Australia’s best loved musical stars Rachel Beck and Michael Cormick are headed to Hamilton Botanic Gardens on Monday, March 15, at 6pm, to create an astonishing twilight concert, with their show ‘You and I’. Come early, bring a rug and your picnic and meet friends before nestling back into an evening of music, fun and amazing singing as you are transported by the music of the world’s most popular musicals. Drawing upon their many years of experience in showbiz, the evening promises to include plenty of stories, fun and laughter and perhaps even a few tears as the audience is transported to the magic of the world’s most popular musicals. Scenes seamlessly meld into songs which take you on an emotional journey. It’s like seeing 10 Musicals in one night. This performance is brought to Hamilton by the Hamilton Performing Arts Cente and as part of welcoming the performing arts back. Tickets are available to purchase at: tickets.hamiltonpac.com. au. Due to the ongoing works to the PAC building the box office is best contacted via email: info@hamiltonpac. com.au. This is a special picnic seated event, and patrons are welcome to bring any food or drinks that you would like as well as picnic blankets, wet weather gear, and sun protection.

Telling his own stories Mount Gambier artist brings innovation to tradition Mount Gambier Aboriginal artist Munda will be in residence at the Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery as part of Naracoorte’s Fringe Street Party on March 13. Munda exhibited at the gallery as one of the artists featured in last year’s South Australian Living Artists’ event. This time he is staging his own solo exhibition which will run from March 10 to April 21. Munda is originally from the West Coast of South Australia and was raised by his grandmother. “Being a hunter-gatherer and a wonderful storyteller, my grandmother always told me to stay connected to country and to respect the land and animals,” Munda said. “Today the land and animals are part of my identity as an aboriginal man and artist.” Twenty years ago and inspired by his grandmother’s dreamtime stories, he created his first painting. Experimenting with doubledots, lines, figures, silhouettes and secondary colours, Munda began to portray animals in a different

medium. “I consider this style a new concept of Indigenous art,” he said. Munda is an abbreviated name from Mundamundawututjina, the country of his grandmother where she grew up with the hairynosed wombat, one of her many tokens. “The animals depicted in my paintings identify with and are inclusive to all Aboriginal groups as part of our dreaming and our storytelling,” he said. “With the exception of the dolphin which has always been part of my childhood, the animals are not only symbolic to our dreaming and way of life but they also provide high sustenance in our diet as well as servicing medicinal purposes.” For the Fringe Street Party, the gallery will be open from 10am to 7pm. Munda will be demonstrating

his painting technique with water based acrylics during the afternoon. During the afternoon, Jamie Boyington’s guitar students will be playing on the lawn at the front of the gallery which is situated at 91 Ormerod St.


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Fringe Mount Gambier back with a bang Ten days of entertainment on offer as the arts take centre stage at venues across the city Fringe Mount Gambier is back! The festival returns from 12 – 21 March, showering the city and region with a smorgasbord of circus, music, comedy, visual art, dance, performance theatre, kids shows, aerial acrobats, rovers, film, silent discos, Fringe parties and workshops. In 2021, the festival features FringeOUT (over 60 Fringe events to get OUT to, ticketed or FREE), FringeIN (enjoy Fringe online IN your home) and FringeUP (decorate UP your business, school, home in all things magical and foresty). Opening Night on Friday 12 March will see events at venues take over town, including the official Opening Party at Jens Car Park, featuring Triple J hottest 100 artist BIRDZ, circus and roving Fringe performers, and a special Welcome to Country smoking ceremony. Families will love the Twilight Market at The Showgrounds including the Giant Robot painting with artist Anthony Hamilton and acrobatic performers. Ever been hypnotised as a chicken? Head to The Apple Farm for a Hypnotist comedy show. Join the Fringe party at Metro or Confession Cafe, enjoy wine and painting at The Pantry, or the Dr Hook tribute show at Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre. A much-loved FREE feature of Fringe Mount Gambier is

EXPERIENCE FRINGE on opening weekend. In 2021, come and ‘Experience’ Fringe across 3 venues, Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, Cave Garden/Thugi and the Showgrounds, with a huge lineup of live music, comedy, visual art, and dance. On Saturday 13 March, Fringe takes over the Sir Robert Helpmann theatre with musicians from the region. “Home Grown” consists of two events that see experienced musicians sharing the stage with the next generation; including rising stars Chelsea Manor (pictured above - image courtesy of Deb Kloeden), the acclaimed Matt James(pictured right), Stokes, Torsten Gustavsson, Electric Consciousness, Skyline Haze, Yawuri/Aunty Penny, Charlie Andrews, Immy Rose, and Comedians including local

Maisie Hart. Plus, demonstrations of Kingspray VR Graffiti, and the “Linger ‘til Dawn” virtual dance. Out in Cave Garden/Thugi is a showcase of community dance for you to experience, with an eclectic array of dance from much-loved Hip Hop dancers Anton & Espoir, ballerinas, rock ’n’ rollers to highland, contemporary dancers to belly dancers, cultural dance and more. Mount Gambier has them all and they are ready to dance! Comedy lovers can get their fix throughout the festival with Ministry of Laughs at The South Aussie; Jason Pestell - Kmart’s the Greatest Show Man at Mount Gambier Hotel; COVID comedy superstar “Nats what I reckon” (sold out); and Comedy Crunch at the Apple Farm. For laughs with your kids, award-winning ‘Mr Snot-bottom’

at Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre is guaranteed to gross you out! Aerial acrobat workshops at Echo Farm, and don’t forget plenty of kids activities at The Riddoch, SEAS, and The Library. For something special, young and old will be wowed by the jawdropping acts of the worldwide smash hit and award winning “A Simple Space” on Friday 19 March, a truly inspiring and entertaining performance not to be missed. Live Music is back! BIRDZ, Cry Club and more on main stage at Jens; The Pantry packs a punch with Nathan Cavaleri, JMA Jazz, and Calamari for Breakfast; get your retro whites out on the Bowls green for Beats and Bowls featuring Hip hop, soul and indie punk; Feelin’ Good at the South Aussie; Metro has plenty of live music and dance parties, plus live music at Echo Farm and The Apple Farm. If a Silent Disco is more your

thing, grab some friends and join the Guru Dudu Silent Disco walking tours around town, or get your kids to the silent disco at The Library for wild silly times! Keep your eyes open for visual art installations including the bioluminescent world created by Dreambolic Art in Cave Garden/ Thugi; the inspiring Kapi Tjukurpa (Water Story) water tank from Ernabella; paint with Anthony Hamilton at the Twilight Market, or with Artscape with Wine Works at The Pantry and Caroline Hills Winery. On Wednesday March 17 Fringe presents the inaugural Keynote series at City Hall which includes a Q&A with our artists: Ladybeard (livestreamed from Japan): Trent Holbrook of Miscast; and Maharnia Nube. With Riddoch curator Serena Wong as emcee, audiences (live and online) will gain an insight into making Art outside of the Mainstream, which is a topic that pretty much sums up what a Fringe festival is all about. Organisers thought they would be delivering a mini Fringe in 2021, but the response to the open access callout has proven to be anything but mini! Please note that FREE events may still require pre-registration to secure your spot due to Covid restrictions, so keep checking www.fringemountgambier.com.au for all the latest announcements and events details.


Local Lionesses refuse to lose their roar A new chapter for the Lioness movement as the spotlight shines on the end of an era

When then Mount Gambier Mayor Arch Sealey welcomed Mount Gambier’s newest service club – the Lioness Club of Mount Gambier – into existence in 1978 he spoke some prophetic words. “I am sure that we, of the City of Mount Gambier, can expect from this group of ladies, the same enthusiasm and the same high ideals that is evident in other service groups,” Mayor Sealey said. “I am certain the example and drive which has been evident by the Lions Club of Mount Gambier, will be injected into this club. I have no doubt the members will accept the challenge and become a very virile force in our community. I do wish the elected president, officers and members a successful future and an abundance of good fellowship.” More than 40 years later and the dedication to service remains but

a new chapter is about to begin. On March 27 this year, the Lioness Club of Mount Gambier will be no more and in its place the Lions Club of Blue Lake City Lioness will come into being. Immediate past president Sue Jacobs said it had been a long but essential process and the new club’s 23 charter members were looking forward to the new chapter in their service to the community, both locally and globally. “We basically had two choices,” Sue said. “We cold shut the club down and our members could join other Lions Clubs based in the region or we could shut down and restart under a new name and become a Lions Club in our own right so we decided to do that and stay together.” The demise of Lioness clubs around Australia started when

In other Lioness news...

FUNDRAISING At the recent Mount Gambier Cancer Support Group fundraiser at the Blue Lake Golf Club, Lioness Club of Mount Gambier president Beryl Mahoney presented a cheque for $1000 to Lorraine Musgrave from the Mount Gambier Cancer Support Group. SERVICE MILESTONES President Beryl Mahoney presented flowers to Beth Walters for 13 years and Helen Muggleton for five years of service to the club. DINNER MEETING At the club’s most recent dinner meeting, Tessa Deak was the guest speaker. Tessa is a 21-year-old, who suffers from Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME)

– a condition that took years to diagnose. Tessa is an active volunteer in the community and has won awards for her work. She is giving talks to school children and others to make them aware of the hardships disabled people face. Tessa was also excited to share she has just been employed part time with Purple Orange. PICTURED: (Above) The checque handover to the Mount gambier Cancer Support Group; (top right) Beth Walters is honoured for her 131 years of service; (centre right) Helen Muggleton is honoured for her five years of service and (bottom right) guest speaker Tessa Deak shares her story.

Lions Clubs changed their rules, allowing women to join their clubs, and around 18 months ago, the decision was made that Lioness Clubs could no longer exist under the umbrella of their local Lions Club. “It was upsetting because we weren’t even notified directly – someone read it in a Lions magazine so we immediately went to our district governor,” Sue said. But this group of ladies are nothing if not resilient and hard working and rather than focussing on the unfairness of the situation and the lack of respect they had been shown as long standing members of the Lions movement, they just got on with what needed to be done to survive. It was only three years ago that the Mount Gambier based Lionesses were riding high, celebrating their 40th anniversary.

Almost 100 Lionesses and their partners celebrated the club’s impressive milestone at a high tea at Mount Gambier’s City Hall, with the club’s inaugural president Claire Welch was on hand for the celebrations and fittingly cut the anniversary cake. “In the mid 1960s, I helped with an afternoon tea for Lions and snuck in and listened to the guest speaker and thought what a wonderful organisation and how great it would be to be involved in something like that,” Mrs Welch said. A Lioness Club was still a few years off but Claire seemed destined to be the inaugural president, not just because of her already extensive volunteering history through the YMCA and Red Cross, but because her brother was district governor at the time the campaign to set up a club gained momentum. It was on June 3 in 1978 that the Lioness Club of Mount Gambier came into being with a huge function at The Barn that attracted more than 200 people, including Lioness Club representatives from Victoria and Adelaide. There were 20 members in that 1978 club and at its height the club has boasted 40 members. What hadn’t changed in those first four decades of the club was the long list of community activities and projects, in which the club is involved. They volunteer their time and expertise at the Regional Foodbank, they instigated the library delivery service, they knit Chemo beanies for the hospital, the assist in the Sunset Kitchen, they host garden days, man Bunnings barbecues, offer a Christmas wrapping service, volunteer across a range of roles at the Mount Gambier Eisteddfods, provide manpower for the Lucindale Field Days and a host of catering jobs, as well as creating more than 300 emergency hospital packs for the hospital for patients looking for those essentials and comforts of home. Friendship has long been a motivation of ladies joining the Lioness movement and is certainly

what motivated long time member Wynne Turner to be involved. “I was widowed quite young and my daughter was away at university and the boys were grown up and I hadn’t worked through the majority of my life and all of a sudden I was on my own,” Wynne said. “A friend who had just moved to Mount Gambier was a Lioness and she encouraged me to come along to a meeting and I did. I thought it would give me some company and direction.” And that’s exactly what it has done, with Wynne now one of them most passionate advocates for the service club and trying to attract new members. Former president Gayle Green is also a long serving member, originally inducted in 1984 but having some time away when she was running her own business. “Lionesses have been like an extended family for me,” Said Gayle, who was also widowed during her time as a Lioness. “I had to put myself back out there and I love the aspect of serving the community.” The club has topped half a million dollars in fundraising and has built up a past and present membership of more than 120. That long standing commitment to this community and beyond will be celebrated again on March 16, where past and present members are being invited to an End of an Era Devonshire Tea at the Blue Lake Golf Club at 2pm with charter president and life member Claire Welch OAM set to be on hand to lead the walk down memory lane. The Lions Club of Blue Lake City Lioness charter dinner is at The Barn on March 27. Millicent Lionesses are working through a similar process which should be completed next month. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS: (Above left) The past & present members that attended the 2018 40th anniversary celebrations and (above right) then president Gayle Green (left) cutting the anniversary cake with life member Claire Welch OAM.


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Mango chicken curry 425g can mango slices in syrup 1 tablespoon olive oil 1kg chicken thigh fillets, halved 1 brown onion, sliced 1 red capsicum, seeded, thinly sliced 1 garlic clove, crushed 1 teaspoon finely grated ginger 1/3 cup (100g) korma curry paste 400ml can coconut milk 1/2 cup (125ml) chicken stock Steamed basmati rice, to serve Sliced green chilli, to serve Lime wedges, to serve 1/3 cup coriander leaves, to serve Method Place the mango slices in a blender, discarding the syrup, and blend until pureed. Heat half the oil in a large frying pan over medium heat. Cook the chicken in batches for 5 minutes or until browned. Remove to a plate. Heat remaining oil in the same pan over medium-low heat. Add onion and cook for 3 mins. Add capsicum, garlic and ginger and cook for a further 2 mins. Add korma paste and cook stirring for 2 mins or until aromatic. Stir in coconut milk, stock and pureed mango. Return the chicken to the pan. Bring to the boil. Reduce heat to low and cook covered for 20 mins or until chicken is cooked through. Serve curry with steamed basmati rice, green chilli, lime wedges and topped with extra coriander leaves

A new program designed to pay it forward and build community awareness of critical Limestone Coast support networks has been launched in Mount Gambier. Twelve different organisations are set to benefit annually from the Key 2 Kindness initiative developed by locally-owned real estate agency Key 2 Sale. Each month, $100 from every property settlement managed by the agency will be donated to an organisation making a difference to locals. The funds will be presented during a monthly morning tea with the property vendors who helped to make the donation possible. Key 2 Sale principal Gail Richards said the aim of Key 2 Kindness is to build key relationships that go far beyond a cheque handover. “Key 2 Sale has been a dedicated sponsor of local charities and sporting groups since the company’s launch in 2016,” Gail said. “We have a strong culture of giving back, and ‘People before Profit’, but we also want to foster a culture of recognising and championing the good work that is underway in our community, and that can only happen by listening. “Information sharing is a great way to develop greater awareness of local issues, challenges and achievements - and further inspire more good work.” The Limestone Coast Domestic

“...we also want to foster a culture of recognising and championing the good work that is underway in our community...” Gail Richards (Key 2 Sale principal) Violence Service (LCDVS) operated by Centacare is the program’s inaugural recipient, with a $2200 donation resulting from January property sales. The money will go towards cooking, cleaning and laundry starter packs for women who are leaving the service’s supported accommodation and setting up

“...Community awareness is key to keeping women safe in our community, and the more people that understand how to do that, the safer women can be...” Susie Smith (Limestone Coast Domestic Violence Service manager Susie Smith)

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their own home. Manager Susie Smith (pictured above inset) said the Key 2 Kindness initiative can have farreaching impacts for organisations like LCDVS. “Community awareness is key to keeping women safe in our community, and the more people that understand how to do that, the safer women can be,” she said. “We can learn, and then build on that work; there might be key connections made or there might be something else that someone can do, whether it’s getting involved in community action groups and projects, or attending White Ribbon events - there’s lots of scope.” The South East Animal Welfare League will be the second Key 2 Kindness community partner for 2021. PAYING IT FORWARD: Key 2 Sale’s Al Lamond (left) and Gail Lamond (right) present the first cheque from the newly established Key 2 Kindness program to Susie Smith (centre) from the Limestone Coast Domestic Violence Service - the first of 12 monthly donatinos to community groups from the Mount Gambier based real estate business.

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The best in South Australia – that is where Tenison Woods College Year 11 student Maixence Williams is ranked after the most recently conducted Australian Music Examination Board (AMEB) singing exams. Maixence will be heading to Adelaide University’s Elder Hall to receive the honour, which comes hot on the heels of the talented vocalist receiving her bronze medal from the 2020 World Championship of Performing Arts: Vocal Solo category in her age group. It is the second time Maixence has been part of team Australia, taking part in the online auditions over the past three years and earning a place on the team in 2019 and ’20. “I had to submit four songs and I have been lucky enough to be part of the competition twice now,” Maixence said. It was her love of performing from a very young age that saw her parents send her to singing and dance lessons – that was 12 years ago.

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“I’ve been singing all my life,” Maixence said. “I was really young when I used to put on shows at the family’s factory.” But according to her mother Bianca, Maixence did not have the stunning voice she has now back when she was young but because she loved performing so much, they decided to get her lessons and see what came of it. “She was very loud and very out of tune,” Bianca said. Maixence has worked locally with respected vocal teachers Jodie Swiggs and Viv Dowling, and

also works online with Melbourne based performance coach Dan Hamill and until recently she was also a regular at dance classes. “You can’t learn everything from one person, everyone has a different way of doing things and I have been lucky to have three such great teachers working with me,” she said. The teenager is unsure what role singing will play in her future but she knows not being able to perform live in 2020 was tough and she really missed those opportunities. “I really missed being on stage,” Maixence said. “It is just not the same performing to a camera. It showed me how much you react as a performer to the audience.” She has been a regular at local eisteddfods and the Limestone Coast Vocal Showcase, winning plenty of silverware over the years, as well as claiming some of the region’s major vocal scholarships. “I am hoping all those sort of things go ahead again this year,” she said. Maixence is the 2021 Tenison Woods College music co-captain and has loved the opportunities the school’s music program has afforded her. “It is one of the reasons I moved to Tenison and I often have music things on after school and I was lucky to be able to get involved in the advanced music program,” she said. And it is certainly a subject that will be part of the Year 12 studies in 2022 with solo performance a lock with the chance she will add other music subjects as well but she is also working at a high level in her maths and English studies so what the future holds is still a work in progress. Recent work experience at the

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inspired Maixence to continue performing and working on her craft. Maixence also likes to get active and plays hockey for the Riddoch Strikers in the Lower South East Hockey Association.


It is going to take a team effort City of Mount Gambier councillor sparks tackling of looming homelessness crisis It’s all about advocacy and the figures back up the anecdotal evidence that homelessness is approaching crisis point in the Limestone Coast. City of Mount Gambier councillor Sonya Mezinec put the issue on the agenda at last month’s council meeting and City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin has already met with some key stakeholders to see the best way forward and how council can help access assistance and make sure the right people are made aware of the looming crisis. “People in our community are doing it tough,” Cr Mezinec said. “The government sold off public housing and we haven’t had much new community housing constructed and the need for that is only increasing.” It is those concerns that sparked the councillor to encourage the City of Mount Gambier to liaise with local homelessness sector services to advocate for increasing the availability of social and community housing in the city and the surrounding area. “While council is not a housing provider or a funder, we do have a role to advocate on behalf of the community, for those vulnerable people in our community to see if governments can increase the stock of social and community housing which has declined over a period of many years,” Cr Mezinec said. “There are a lot of people who are struggling,

particularly in post-COVID times. It’s not just about people who are unemployed by many people are under-employed as well. Local support agencies are reporting that many people have had to access emergency assistance for the first time in their lives.” Cr Mezinec is passionate about the advocacy element of council’s leadership of the community. “I think a community is judged by not just who’s doing well in the community but how we look after the vulnerable.” The council voted unanimously to roll up their sleeves and tackle the issue presented by Cr Mezinec and resolved to write to the State and Federal governments and individual parliamentarians to lobby for increased funding to expand the stock of social and community housing available in Mount Gambier and throughout the Limestone Coast. Mayor Martin has already met with ac.care CEO Shane Maddocks, Manager Homelessness Services Trish Sparks and Marketing and Communications Manager Jason Wallace to discuss how to address the growing issue of homelessness in the community and seek innovative solutions. “The health and wellbeing of our community is very important to Council and we will be looking at how Council can provide tangible assistance to ac.care to address the need in our community,” Mayor Martin said. ac.care has had a front row seat to the spiralling housing issues in the community and there’s no sugar coating what many in the community are facing. “The issues we are increasingly seeing with rent stress and housing affordability pushing people to the brink of homelessness

require a whole of community approach to advocate for greater attention from government and development of longterm solutions to increase support and housing availability for vulnerable people in regional South Australia,” Mr Maddocks said. “The true impact of the pandemic is now becoming much clearer as the economy rebuilds and affordable accommodation rapidly dries up in our regions, leading to alarming waiting lists for housing. “The government must hear the growing consensus in our society that now is the time to increase JobSeeker long-term to a level that is sustainable and allows all people opportunities to afford basic necessities and climb out of the poverty trap. “Otherwise, despite the best efforts of organisations such as ours, increasing numbers of people may be left unable to afford their rent and with nowhere else to go. “If this crisis is not averted, these families and individuals could tragically be forced into rough sleeping wherever possible at levels not seen before in regional South Australia, prompting diverse social, health and welfare issues that could be avoided.” The number of people seeking emergency accommodation at ac.care’s Limestone Coast Homelessness Service has increased by a third over December and January, compared to the same period in 2019/20, jumping from 48 individuals and families to 71 in need of safe accommodation. “Our staff are seeing the number of people on the brink of homelessness rapidly increasing as people turn to us to avoid or navigate through a crisis,” Mr Maddocks said. “We are doing all we can to support those unable to afford

the cost of increased rent or find a suitable property, however, are approaching a crisis point with emergency accommodation at capacity and simply nowhere available to provide affordable accommodation.” Mr Maddocks said significant additional government assistance throughout 2020 had been vital in keeping people safely housed and able to afford necessities, such as enough food to feed their families each day, with agencies such as ac.care stepping up support. But in 2021, after the benefits of living in South Australia and particularly less congested regional areas had become clearer than ever during the pandemic, this had prompted a surge in the housing market, with property prices on the rise, along with rent costs. “While this has delivered economic and lifestyle benefits for some, especially those already in the housing market, it has made it harder than ever for those with less financial capacity to secure affordable housing,” Mr Maddocks said. He said government spending on social housing had not kept up with growing demand over recent years, even though more investment in this area would provide an economic stimulus, as

well as meeting a vital need going forward. “This issue will not go away without significant government intervention,” Mr Maddocks said. “The impact of the pandemic is broad and now coming to light more clearly, particularly on the most vulnerable people in our society. “The government has provided vital support at the peak of the pandemic, which has helped many people avoid potentially tragic outcomes, but pulling out this safety net while the impacts of the pandemic increasingly ripple through our state would be devastating for many Australians.” Mount Gambier City Council also plans to put the issue of homelessness on the agenda for discussion at the Local Government Association SA Annual General Meeting in October this year. TACKLING THE ISSUES: (Left) ac.care Manager Homelessness Services Trish Sparks (and above); City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM and ac.care CEO Shane Maddocks have already had roundtable disucussions about the homelessness crisis facing the city.

ac.care also tackling JobSeeker The Federal Government’s commitment to a $25 per week long-term rise to the JobSeeker rate is not enough, according to ac.care chief executive officer Shane Maddocks. He said the $50 per fortnight increase, equating to $3.57 per day, when the $150 coronavirus supplement expires at the end of March, would lock job seekers back into poverty. “We are already seeing rent stress and the lack of affordable housing pushing people to the brink of homelessness in regional areas,” Mr Maddocks said. “The government must go further to ensure we have a true safety net for unemployed people that allows them to afford basic necessities to sustain a tenancy and appropriate lifestyle.”

Mr Maddocks said the Federal Government announcement signalled a cut to JobSeeker and YouthAllowance payments, not an increase, once the coronavirus supplement is axed. “The government lifted people out of poverty in 2020 with the coronavirus co-payments, but now these same people are having their payments cut again to almost half of the poverty line,” he said. “It’s simply not good enough and does not do enough to protect and support vulnerable people in our community or give them hope for a better future.” Meanwhile, he said increased mutual obligation expectations, including onerous employment application requirements, were also excessive, particularly with

the lack of appropriate jobs in regional areas for many people, along with other barriers. “People will be required to apply for 20 jobs per month from July, but will be left without enough money to afford the necessities of life, along with essentials such as appropriate clothing for job interviews or tyres for their car to travel to regional sites,” Mr Maddocks said. “We want to see people who are able to work entering the work force to build a more sustainable and hopeful future, but they must be supported to do so, not penalised.” Mr Maddocks said the JobActive network remained overdue for an overhaul to ensure it helped people into work effectively, which

was a critical step ahead of a potential spike in unemployment when the JobKeeper payment is cut. He said this was essential while disadvantaged jobseekers were competing with more people for fewer jobs. Anglicare Australia’s 2020 Jobs Availability Snapshot focused on people who face barriers to work, including older people, youths who did not finish Year 12 and individuals with disabilities. It found ten of these jobseekers were competing for each suitable job and nationally there were more than 100 jobseekers for each entry-level job. “Unemployed and underemployed people are

facing cuts to their payments and being forced to jump through hoops and apply for jobs, but research shows the jobs just aren’t there,” Mr Maddocks said. “Jobactive should be reformed as it simply is not helping people find work, but instead focusing on private providers punishing and breaching people, and JobSeeker must be increased so people are not trapped in poverty, but can get their lives together - if we don’t fix this broken system, we will go on forcing people to compete for jobs that simply don’t exist.” ac.care can be contacted on 1300 ACCARE (1300 22 22 73).



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ARIES

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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 5-6-3-2 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-26-34-40-33 A very romantic period for most. Family reasons to celebrate for many and some secret dealings seem to be lucky for career and finance. However a moody relative could be a bit of a pain.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-1 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-19-5-11-19

Most will soon be in for a chance of a lifetime. Love is in the air and the social scene is most enjoyable. Many who have been leading a quiet life up till now, could soon become the centre of attention.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 9-6-2-1 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 9-12-26-34-40-22 Travel could be in the offering and you could be in for a very busy schedule. In any business dealings make sure everything is in writing and check all the information before action.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 4-9-6-2 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 4-16-29-30-36-11

Do not listen to gossip or pass it on. A close relationship could suffer through the interference of others if you allow it to happen. Many will gain through a financial flutter.

LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 4-9-5-2 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 4-19-27-8-33-36

Clearing up of loose ends and solving personal problems should become easier soon. Could be some conflict between your travel plans and those of others. A V.I.P could be more supportive in career affairs.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 9-6-3-2 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 9-6-12-27-8-11 A boost in your career affairs is indicated. Much is going on behind the scenes and it is wiser to keep your secrets to yourself. For many major moves have just occurred or are about to.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 4-9-6-5 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 8-12-29-3-45-44

For many a meaningful relationship could begin. A change in the behaviour of someone close could create problems for you. You could be searching for something unusual during this period and find it.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 6-5-2-1 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 6-12-24-40-22-21 It is best not to argue, that way you wont get into trouble. The love life could become very expensive for the singles. Career affairs will be picking up.

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Fawn Lucky Day: Monday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 9-6-5-4 Lotto Numbers: 9-15-24-28-6-7

You could be feeling rather sentimental and be in a nostalgic mood. Plenty of romantic opportunities coming your way. Don’t get involved in arguments over moral or religious issues.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-26-34-40-33 Don’t blame others for your feelings of tension. Do something energetic to let off steam. Career affairs need considerable thought before proceeding or committing yourself.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 9-7-5-1 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 9-7-15-40-39-38 Plenty of surprises in store for you. A happy time for affairs of the heart. Friends may be looking towards you for support. However when you need their support you probably draw a blank.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-29-34-39 Could be a very mixed up period and you may have an interest in all the wrong things. Impulsive buying is likely to be regretted. Time to face up to reality. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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Volunteer fire fighting in the Hamilton and Dunkeld regions has lost one of its most dedicated supporters, Leighton Wraith, but his legacy will live on. Mr Wraith (pictured above, second from left, with fellow volunteers in 2018), the driving force behind the volunteer-run Hamilton CFA-EMV Air Base and a CFA volunteer for more than 40 years, has died at his home near Dunkeld, aged 81. Earlier this year Mr Wraith was awarded an Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM) to recognise his long and outstanding service to CFA and his local community. His contribution will be remembered with plans to name a loading facility at the air base in his honour. Mr Wraith, a farmer and licensed pilot, was a volunteer with Bochara and Dunkeld Fire Brigades for 40 years and more recently led the Hamilton CFA-EMV Air Base. Longtime friend Don Robertson said that Mr Wraith had been a major contributor to the region over many years, highlighted by his efforts to establish and maintain the air base. Mr Robertson, a former shire councillor and mayor, CFA Board member and Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria (VFBV) district chair, accompanied Mr Wraith to Canberra and Melbourne to campaign for the base. “Without Leighton, we wouldn’t have an air base here,” he said. “It wasn’t really a shire issue, but we could all see the need for it.” CFA District 5 Air Base commander Brett Gladki said the decision to name the loading facility in honour of Mr Wraith was driven by his fellow volunteers and recognised his dedication to the facility. “Leighton lobbied very hard to

“...without Leighton, we wouldn’t have an air base here...” Don Robertson

“...he really drove this project and was the number one person in getting it off the ground...” Brett Gladki (CFA District 5 Air Base commander) get this new loading facility which runs like a well-oiled machine,” Mr Gladki said. “Previously the gear and the operators were exposed to the elements but this encloses everything and makes the whole process of loading aircraft more efficient and more comfortable.” Mr Gladki said naming the loading facility in honour of Leighton recognised his dedication to the airbase. “He really drove this project and was the number one person in getting it off the ground,” he said. “The naming is very much driven by Leighton’s peers at the airbase and the volunteers who spent many years working with him.” A sign is being created and will be unveiled at a later date. Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria (VFBV) CEO Adam Barnett said Mr Wraith’s commitment showed how CFA volunteers could contribute in different ways at different stages of their lives and the facility naming was well deserved. “Leighton’s dedication over 40 years with his local brigades and then with the air base was of huge benefit to his community and the region and he will be sadly missed,” he said. “We pass on our best wishes to his family, friends and loved ones. Leighton has left an incredibly powerful legacy. The work he has done has saved countless lives and will continue to protect Victorians for decades to come.” There are 15 other air bases in Victoria run by DELWP. Located at the Hamilton airport, the air base has 40 volunteers whose main tasks are to have water, foam or retardant ready and to load planes. They are usually needed about 30-40 times each summer. Two bomber aircraft are permanently based at Hamilton over summer, plus two support

aircraft, and the base has access to bombers from Casterton and Stawell. Volunteers come from different brigades around the Hamilton region, sometimes performing dual roles for their local brigade and the air base. Most are retired or mature-aged farmers. “We’re so lucky; whatever needs fixing they can do it,” Mr Wraith said in 2019. “These guys are oldfashioned farmers who can do anything and fix anything.” Mr Wraith had been recruited about eight years ago by the regional CFA operations manager to find volunteers to set up the base which is primarily responsible for a 22,000 square kilometre region stretching from Peterborough and Warrnambool, to near Balmoral and Glenthompson. Mr Wraith said in 2019 that many of the volunteers had been active firefighters for decades but no longer wanted to be in the field. “They’ve had a lifetime on the back of a truck and in strike teams,” Mr Wraith said. “They’ve had enough of that but still want to be involved so this keeps them active and in the CFA. We firmly believe we are contributing to the bigger picture to protect not only our own patch but the whole of the west, south-west and northwest of Victoria.”

“...the work he has done has saved countless lives and will continue to protect Victorians for decades to come ...” Adam Barnett (Volunteer Fire Brigades Victoria CEO)


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career as a chiropractor and she hasn’t looked back. “That was when I first went to see a chiropractor and they convinced me that it would be a great career for me,” she said. “I basically then went and pursued that – it was a good fit because I always wanted to do something where I would be helping people. The more I learned about it the more I loved it.” Prior to her move to Mount Gambier this year, Teagan was working side by side with Mount Gambier Chiropractic Centre principals Dr Janine Ritchie and David Thompson at their Frankston centre for the past three years.

Teagan focuses on a holistic approach to treatment, specialising in lighter adjustments and always incorporating nutrition as part of her diagnostic and treatment tools. Mount Gambier could well loom as the perfect fit for Teagan, who loves animals and the ocean, and if you are up for a chat, she loves nothing better than a cup of tea. “I am really looking forward to working with the Mount Gambier community and giving them access to the latest techniques,” Teagan said. Canh comes to Mount Gambier from Sydney, having moved to Australia eight years ago from Canada. He completed his chiropractic studies at Macquarie University – a passion for science and a desire to work in the health sector drawing him to the field. “Since I was really young, it was always a dream for me to come to Australia and I am so glad I did,” Canh said. “I feel like Canadians and Australians are very similar – just different accents and different weather.” With a love of the beach and hiking, Mount Gambier presents

Canh with everything he needs on his doorstep. He can often be spotted working out at the gym and is always traying something new in the kitchen thanks to his passion for cooking On the career front, Canh has a strong background in working with athletes and working in the injury prevention and rehabilitation area, helping athletes maintain strong physical health. Canh has a history of assisting patients over many years with issues including neck and back pain,

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1. Which film won the best Picture Drama Golden Globe? 2. Which six colours make up the South African flag? 3. How many sides does an octagon have? 4. Who won the recent World Golf Championship at The Concession? 5. Golden Globe winner Sacha Baron Cohen is married to which Aussie actress? 6. Goulburn is a city in which Australian State? 7. With which sport do we associate the name Chris Waller? 8. What was Kylie Minogue’s first single? 9. Who hosted the 2021 Golden Globes? 10. What is the chemical symbol for copper? 11. What is the capital of New Zealand? 12. Which country gave us the dish chicken tikka masala? 13. Ben Whishaw was the voice of which beloved children’s character in the movie franchise of the same name? 14. Daisy Buchanan, Nick Carraway and Myrtle Wilson are characters from which classic American novel? 15. In which year did iconic Aussie rock band INXS form? 16. The first example of a composer using voices in a symphony was Beethoven’s Ode to Joy, which was his symphony number what? 17. Andra Day won the Golden Globe for Best performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for her role playing which real life performer?

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Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | www.gebhardts.com.au | Phone 08 8725 5766 15 Gardiner Terrace

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

NEW

27 Chute Street

SAT 9.30-10.00 2

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$365,000-$375,000

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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.

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$489,000-$525,000

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9 Max Young Drive

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$280,000-$299,500

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E.O.I a|11 acres A wonderful development opportunity awaits – quality location to complete a proposed division. Over 11 acres of land with development approval for 44 allotments.

27 Tumut Drive

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$170,000-$185,000 3 1 1 Hard to find brick investment property in this price range. Opposite parklands and close to schools and shopping complex. Rental estimate $240 to $250 per week!

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3/46 Brownes Road

6 Bengalee Crescent

NEW

23 Percy St/12-14 Alexander St

$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.

Gebhardts Property Management

NEW

88 Lake Terrace East

$270,000-$290,000 3 1 2 Solid neat and tidy Mount Gambier stone home oozing charm and natural light. Open plan kitchen and dining with split system. Three generous sized bedrooms all with built in wardrobes.

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$185 pw | Available 29/3/21

13/54 Jubilee Highway West 2

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$220 pw | Available NOW

2/31A Sturt Street

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$260 pw | Available NOW

6 Gaden Street

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$280 pw | Available NOW

3004/3 Lake Terrace West

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$290 pw | Available NOW

51 Ferrers Street

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$290 pw | Available NOW

30 Umpherston Street

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$300 pw | Available 19/3/21

23 Cape Douglas Road

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$390 pw | Available NOW

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65-67 Commercial Street West

$249,500 + GST each High profile location, attractive Main St frontage, valuable rear access & parking. Large retail area plus storeroom & facilities. On separate titles – opportunity to purchase one or both. Contact agent for further details.

24 Hedley Street

22 Lansell Street

$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. 103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

NEW PRICE

$419,000-$439,000 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!

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

2/3 Ryan Avenue

UNITS/HOUSES

2/3 Ryan Avenue

$279,000-$289,000

$430,000-$460,000 4 2 2 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

Lovely 3 bedroom family home, situated in a popular area, open plan kitchen, dining and living with split system. Master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite.

Lot 600 Altinio Drive

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$179,000-$189,000 2 1 1 Neat and tidy solid brick and tile unit perfect for investment. Open plan kitchen and dining with great storage. Cozy lounge fully carpeted with split system.

The ultimate in modern family living, three spacious living areas, king sized bedrooms, stone benchtops and reverse cycle heating and cooling throughout. Unrestricted side access to high clearance garage plus two rainwater tanks.

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Well cared for home in popular location, 3 generous bedrooms all with robes. Updated kitchen, retiled wet areas, light filled lounge, covered entertaining area and rear yard access.

34 Bluebell Drive

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Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

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OPEN

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Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

$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. Cleaning Business

P.O.A An exciting opportunity to be your own BOSS. Fantastic cleaning business for sale with fantastic turnover. Huge potential to take to the next level. Phone Gebhardts for further information.

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

2/31a Sturt Street

COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 32 Commercial Street West

Avail 29/3/21

$185 pw 2 1 1 • Roomy two bedroom unit in group of three • Main with BIR • Eat in kitchen with electric cooking • Separate lounge with electric heating • Bathroom with bath • Separate laundry • Car parking space only • No pets

Avail NOW

$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

94 Commercial Street East

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Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 071 180

Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Candyce Cory Property Management 0427 333 517 RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 50 LACHLAN CRESCENT, MOUNT GAMBIER

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$115,000 VACANT BUILDING BLOCK LIFESTYLE LOCATION

Large 732m2 level building allotment in sought after location. Walking distance to all the main street has to offer, MacDonald Park Primary School and Saint Martins Lutheran College. Electricity & Water. Council rates $1290.77. Inspect this block today to appreciate all it has to offer and build your dream home. Contact Elisha Beare on 0407 213 023.

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FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

Set on a 644m2 allotment fitted with solar panels, low maintenance gardens and rustic country gates this 3-4 bedroom home will be an ideal first home or fantastic investment property. Fully functional kitchen with gas cooking & dishwasher. Easy to maintain floating floorboards throughout. Main bedroom has walk-in robe & access to bathroom featuring bath, shower, separate vanity & separate toilet. Bedrooms 2 & 3 have built-in robes. Wooden blinds & ceiling fans in all rooms. Lounge with wood combustion heating & air-conditioning. Enclosed back room (4th bedroom or 2nd living area) with a potbelly fire perfect for entertaining. Carport for covered parking alongside a shipping container for storage.

Coming Soon!

4 FAIRWAY COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

23 DERWENT COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

$725,000 4-5

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SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME

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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ULTIMATE FAMILY LIVING WITH A GOLF COURSE AT YOUR BACK DOOR

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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Contact Candyce today for more information! 0427 333 517 | property@gtlivestock.com.au

388 KROMELITE ROAD, GLENBURNIE

344 CAROLINE ROAD, YAHL

SOLD

$459,000 FAMILY HOME IN TRANQUIL LOCATION

3 2 6

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

$890,000 A PLACE TO CALL HOME

3 1 3

Warm and inviting 3 bedroom home located in the District of Yahl on approx 93 acres. Modern dine in kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & ample cupboard space R/C cycle air condition, cozy lounge with gas log heating, bathroom with bath, shower & vanity, heat light & a separate toilet The home also offers a rumpus room off of the enclosed rear verandah with the laundry & a second toilet located within this area. Outside features include approximately 93 acres fenced into seven main paddocks watered by a windmill and a second bore, garage / workshop with an attached double carport, single car garage with pit, old dairy numerous out buildings, rain water plumbed to the home, a chook yard, assorted fruit trees and even a motorbike track.


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Sale

Sale

59 Lake Terrace West, Mt Gambier 3+ 3 4 Highest & Best Offers by 26th March (Unless sold prior) Open by appointment

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

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Rental 2 Bailey Street, Mt Gambier $295 P/W Available: Now

12 Manda Street, Mt Gambier $239,000 Open by appointment

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

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59 Dalkeith Drive, Mt Gambier $470 P/W Available: Now

3+ 1+ 2

Sale 4+ 2 4+

Rental 3

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

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

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14 DeGaris Street, Mt Gambier $395 P/W Available: Now

4+ 1 5


Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Sale

Hayley Goodwin Naomi Kieselbach Executive Property Assistant Management (08) 8724 7405 0438 883 992

Jess Teakle Property Management (08) 8724 7405

Sale

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

Business

Sale

Sale

Water Front Cafe at the Jetty, Beachport $200,000 + Stock Open by appointment

Business

Sale

Lot 2, 4, 5 & 6 Southend Access Road, Southend $150,000 - $160,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

Sale

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

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

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

Business

Sale Vacant Land

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

Vacant Land

Sale

Sale

4/121 Wehl Street North, Mt Gambier 3 $175,000 Open by appointment

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405

Vacant Land

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

3+ 2 2

Property of the week Prepare to be pleasantly surprised

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

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Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 (08) 8724 7405 mtgambier.sa@raywhite.com raywhitemtgambier.com.au RLA 291953

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4 Yahl Hall Road, Yahl. E.O.I by 12pm Friday 9th April 2021 (unless sold prior) Open by appointment

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9+

This solid brick built home opens into a foyer with a formal, sunken loungeroom that offers views. The kitchen offers a built-in wall oven and electric stovetop, s-steel dishwasher and a double sink. Accessed just off the kitchen and dining room, via double sliding doors, is a pergola / alfresco area with blinds to enclose. A large family room sits just off the kitchen which offers a SC wood-burner and a RCAC for comfort. Two double bedrooms feature large windows and BIR’s. The threeway style bathroom offers a powder room which sits separate from the toilet, shower and corner spa bath. The study nook area offers access to the spacious third bedroom with windows offering views and a ceiling fan for comfort. Outside a large grassed yard is surrounded by manicured hedges sitting on the interior of a picket fence. The carport and shedding offer an abundance of space to accommodate many vehicles.


12 Dolomite Dr, Mt Gambier $385,000 - $395,000

10.30am - 11.00am

Open Saturday

5.00pm - 5.30pm

Open Thursday

20165 Riddoch Hwy, Mil-Lel Auction Sat 17th April 12pm

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Wendy Flint

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Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

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4 Hillcrest Ave, Mt Gambier $299,000

5.00pm - 5.30pm

Open Wednesday

154 - 156 Suttontown Rd, Suttontown Auction Fri 16th April 12pm

10.00am - 10.45am

Open Saturday

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Wendy Flint

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14 Dalkeith Dr, Mt Gambier $345,000 - $355,000

10.00am - 10.15am

Open Saturday

5.45pm - 6.00pm

Open Thursday

79 North Tce, Mt Gambier $429,000 - $439,000

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Wendy Flint

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Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

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malseeds.com.au

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

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA


Lot 6 Mckay Rd, Compton $179,000

Lot 10 McKay Rd, Compton $179,000

LAND

5,015m2

Wendy Flint

LAND

5,000m2

Wendy Flint

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA

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

Wendy Flint

5,000m2

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Wendy Flint

5,000m2

LAND

malseeds.com.au

Lot 8 Centenary View Dr, Compton $185,000

Lot 11 Centenary View Dr, Compton $179,000


11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier $245,000 | Offers Considered

Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

3 1 1

Malseeds are pleased to present this property for sale which is 11 Lasiandra Crescent located in Mount Gambier and being perfectly positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac. Perfect for the family or first home buyer the property consists of 3 bedrooms, which all have built-in wardrobes. Other features of the home include: Open kitchen/ dining with electric cooking and vinyl flooring, large separate lounge room with gas heating, the bathroom has been renovated with a separate shower and bath.

Quiet Cul-de-sac

11.00am - 11.30am

Open Saturday

6.00pm - 6.30pm

Open Thursday

119 Jubilee Hwy East, Mt Gambier $259,000

8 MacKenzie St, Mt Gambier $280,000

5.00pm - 5.30pm

Open Friday

Wendy Flint

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Wendy Flint

3 1 2

2/7 Peppercress Crt, Worrolong $349,000 - $359,000

10 Hammer Crt, Mt Gambier $260,000 - $270,000

11.45am - 12.00pm

Open Saturday

Wendy Flint

3 2 5

Jason Malseed

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malseeds.com.au

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

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA


Jason 0419 032 795

Jade 0421 383 368

Wendy 0468 692 993

Sam 8724 9999

Lot 64 Gully Crt, Mil Lel $220,000

62 Sea Pde + 63 Milstead St $395,000 - $400,000

Courtney 8724 9999

Selena 8724 9999

Wendy Flint

15,000m2

LAND

Jason Malseed

1,234m2

LAND

Kathy 8733 1989

Lot 86 Boat Shed, Nelson $95,000

6 Colins Crt, Robe $79,000 - $82,000

Kelli 8724 9999

Tanya 8724 9999

Wendy Flint

Shed 6x9 + Historic River Boat

BOAT SHED

Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

624m2

LAND


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18 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

1 Keil Drive, Nelson New

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Open SATURDAY 1.45pm - 2.15pm

Open SATURDAY 3.45pm - 4.15pm (SA TIME)

NEW > SEASIDE STONE HOME RIPE FOR RENOVATION

NEW > THE PICTURE-PERFECT HAVEN

FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION CLOSING 7PM MONDAY 29TH MARCH 2021 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) Are you looking for a renovator? Well, this original stone home will entice you to roll up your sleeves and make this rough diamond sparkle once again! Being just two streets back from the Port MacDonnell foreshore and only a short walk to the centre of town this charmer is just waiting for someone wanting a property project. Inside offers 2 large bedrooms both with BIR’s, lounge with open fire place, original eat in kitchen with s/c wood heater and all four rooms with timber floor boards. A double length stone carport provides drive through access to the rear yard. A great chance to invest in the seaside township of Port MacDonnell in a great location and enjoy the beach lifestyle!

Located in the small river township of Nelson in Victoria, this double storey, brick home is a picture-perfect haven for any family. This well-maintained property sits on approximately 2 acres of land and is surrounded by glorious nature. The upstairs living area is like your very own sanctuary it’s open, it’s spacious and the postcard views will take your breath away. The practical timber kitchen features wall oven, dishwasher, abundant storage and huge walk in pantry. Offering 3 bedrooms, the master has an ensuite, built robes and gorgeous southerly views while the other bedrooms feature BIR’s and an additional bathroom. A large family area and under cover pergola allows for plenty of space and year round entertaining. 2 1 1

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

GLENBURNIE HEIGHTS

Contact Agent

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

RLA 282 450

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LOT 1 MT PERCY RD, COMPTON

$185,000

- 5025m2 country living allotment with beautiful outlook - Power & SA Water to be connected - Price includes rural style post and wire fencing to be completed at settlement - Fantastic location on the city fringe, close to Tenison Woods College & Malseed Park Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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$749,000-$779,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

LAND

LOT 4 EUMERELLA ST, COMPTON

$205,000

- 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

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SHELLSEA CRT, PELICAN POINT

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- Exciting land division in Pelican Point - Allotments ranging in size from 840m2 to 985m2 - Situated only 20 minutes’ drive from Mount Gambier - Get in quick with some allotments offering new aerobic septic systems & one with shedding - Phone your builder today so you don’t miss your chance! Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Gail Richards

Al Lamond

Sara O’Connor

Ben Ransom

Carolyn Gazzard

Sue Clements

Tegan Pink

SALES M: 0409 268 199

SALES M: 0418 849 266

SALES M: 0438 708 281

SALES M: 0400 870 362

CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

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ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

121b Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

17 FELICIA ST, MT GAMBIER

$249,000-$269,000

Rachael Kelly JUNIOR ASSISTANT P: (08) 8723 3416

2/22 HART ST, MT GAMBIER

$225,000

New Open SATURDAY 9.30am - 10.00am

- Stunning interior has been beautifully renovated and transformed, providing a country provincial feel - 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, additional bedrooms with BIR’s - Beautiful kitchen with farmhouse sink, integrated dishwasher, skylight & island bench Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Open SUNDAY 1.00pm - 1.30pm

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Open SATURDAY 10.45am - 11.15am

- Spacious brick and tile unit in a great central location - Perfect for retirees, downsizers, or investors and those that want the lock and leave lifestyle. - Reverse cycle split system air conditioning - Single car garage UMR with direct internal access into the unit Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

26 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST

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11-13 SYDNEY STREET, NELSON E.O.I

NEW > 4BR BEACHFRONT HOME WITH IMPRESSIVE VIEWS HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING 12 NOON FRIDAY 9TH APRIL 2021 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) With the beach directly opposite and cafes just a stroll away, this incredibly low-maintenance 4 bedroom solid brick & tile home, offers beautiful views and is ready for summer fun! New aluminium windows offer sweeping views of the ocean, in this entertainer’s dream, designed for easy, breezy living. The versatile floor plan features an inviting dining/lounge area, adjoining the kitchen, which offers more ocean views. Additional features include BIR’s in all bedrooms, centrally located main bathroom, double car garage UMR with internal access, corner allotment, plus the brilliantly positioned master bathroom offering ensuite & more amazing sea views.

Open SATURDAY 12.45pm - 1.15pm

- FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION CLOSING 6PM MONDAY 29TH MARCH 2021 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) - Bursting with character to blend perfectly with the state-of-the-art kitchen, modern bathroom facilities and stunning outdoor entertaining area - 3 bedrooms in the main home plus a 1 bedroom apartment 4 2 2

Highest & Best Offers Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 4001/7 LAKE TCE W, MT GAMBIER E.O.I

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

- Top level, spacious circular penthouse apartment that showcases spectacular panoramic views overlooking the lake city - Well-appointed kitchen boasting a generous amount of storage, granite counter tops, electric cooking complete with dishwasher

- 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

Ben Ransom 0400 870 362

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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

- Just one street back from the foreshore is this four bedroom, two bathroom home - Boasting stunning ocean views, natural light and sunshine and large windows framing the bay scenery to perfection - Double 9m x 9m car garage UMR with workshop Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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46 ASCOTT WAY, SUTTONTOWN

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

$849,000 1.97 HA

- Breathtaking grounds offering stunning gardens and plenty of space - Home offers high ceilings, an abundance of natural light and a free-flowing floorplan - The four bedrooms are generously proportioned, the master has a fully-renovated ensuite & large WIR Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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$349,000-$379,000

- Situated on picturesque 4046m2 allotment is this welcoming family home - Inside features open plan kitchen/dining/family area with large windows capturing an abundance of natural light - Beautiful attractive & productive, mature gardens 4 2 4

21 BRYAN ST, ALLENDALE EAST $279,000

245 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER $299,000

CLOCKWISE JEWELLERS, MT GAMBIER $150,000 + S.A.V

- 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 - Outdoor alfresco area with built in fireplace

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

- 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

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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COMMERCIAL

LOT 37 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000

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

- Fantastic 2068m2 allotment on the fringe of the Allendale East township - Lovely outlook over farming land to the North - Corner allotment - Power passing - Plan your dream home and phone the builder today!

- Fantastic 2068m2 allotment on the fringe of the Allendale East township - Lovely outlook over farming land to the North - Rural aspect at the rear of the allotment - Power passing - Plan your dream home and phone the builder today!

- 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

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28 GUERIN LN, GLENCOE

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

LOT 33 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Open SATURDAY 3.00pm - 3.30pm (SA TIME)

- FOR SALE BY E.O.I CLOSING 12 NOON MONDAY 22ND MARCH 2021 (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) - Walk along the riverbank, cast a line in the water or grab the boat and enjoy a day on the river! - Immaculate home built in 2014 this lovely property was created to be a private escape

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266 2 CHUTE ST, MT GAMBIER

BUSINESS $97,500

- 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 Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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Graeme 0419 806 410 Sales

Bianca 0407 613 346 Sales

Toni 0402 356 905 Sales | Accounts

49 ONE AND ALL DRIVE, SOUTHEND

Paris Ingley (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

Jess (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

Silvia (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

4 IRVEN STREET, PORT MACDONNELL

Kaitlyn (08) 8725 8037 Administration

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25 O’HALLORAN TERRACE, MOUNT GAMBIER

1 CUNNINGHAM STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

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UNDER CONTRAC

$149,000

873m2

AN IRRESISTIBLE LIFESTYLE CHOICE!

$449,000

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COMPLETE COASTAL RETREAT!

$397,000

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WHEN LOCATION IS EVERYTHING!

Transformed 4 bedroom stone home  Two living areas + ducted air con system 

High ceilings, chandeliers, ornate high ceilings  Updated open plan kitchen/living area 

18m x 9m c/bond shed with workshop & loft   Huge undercover entertaining area

Kitchen with 5 burner gas cooktop, electric oven   Second living area or formal dining space

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

15 REDWOOD AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER

5 ACACIA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

Elevated allotment with Panoramic Views  of Lacapede Bay and the stunning Cape Jaffa Anchorach Marina Generous Allotment of 873m2 

$209,000 - $219,000

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Solid stone home in great location  Spacious kitchen, dining & cosy living area  with gas heater & lots of light Large 4m x 8m Lounge & Stone Shed  Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

11 GEORGE STREET, SOUTHEND

POINTMENT

INSPECTION BY AP

$548,000

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$275,000 - $285,000

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THE SURPRISE IS INSIDE.. AND OUT THE BACK!

$399,000 - $429,000

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BEAUTIFUL COASTAL LIVING!

Modern family home overlooking parkland   4 Bedrooms - Master with ensuite & WIR

Beautifully presented & renovated throughout   Three good size bedrooms – all with BIR’s

Spacious home with beautiful front & rear deck   Master bedroom with WIR & ensuite

Rainwater & bore water available   Located approx. 1.2km from Rivoli Bay

Multiple living areas + dedicated office  Designer kitchen with butler’s pantry 

Spacious & open Kitchen/dining/living space  Reverse cycle air conditioning & s/c wood heating 

Generous open plan living, dining & kitchen  Large shedding + studio office space 

Stunning place to call home or holiday  house with B & B potential (over 2 points)

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

(08) 8725 8037 | www.limestonere.com.au | 178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

RURAL RUNDOWN Finance for your farm Talk to the experts in finance & leasing Interest rates are still historically low for home mortgages but did you know that interest rates for cars, trucks, trailers and farm equipment are also at historically low rates? Green Triangle Finance & Leasing is an Independent Finance Broker operating out of Mount Gambier, Hamilton and Coleraine and have access to some of the best interest rates available today. They represent more than 20 lenders and can find the right finance package and interest rate for almost any need. They arrange consumer and commercial finance for New and Used Motor Vehicles, Trucks, Buses, Forestry Equipment, Agricultural Equipment, Caravans, Motor Bikes and boats. Specialising in Equipment Finance, their team is experienced in providing fast, efficient and seamless service to assist our clients find the best finance options to suit their needs. Green Triangle Finance & Leasing listen to your requirements and tailor finance around your business rather than the banks. They can structure loans for

monthly, quarterly or annual payments and can even structure certain loans to reduce repayments at times when business may be slower. If you are looking for a new truck, trailer, Motor Vehicle, Forklift, tractor or farm equipment Gren Triangle Finanace & Leasiong has good options where financials are not required for ABN holders. They also specialise in private sales. They can come to you or discuss

your requirements by phone in or out of normal working hours. Their aim is to take out all the leg work for you in obtaining finance. With an average of 20 years’ experience in the Finance Industry – their brokers work to your advantage. They do not have an obligation to any Bank or Financier – their only obligation is to ensure you; the client receives the best product and service for your needs.

For obligation free quotes please call: Greg & his team 41 Helen St, Mount Gambier - Phone 08 8724 7333 (admin@greentrianglefinance.com) Ashley 68 Whyte Coleraine - Phone 0448 213 552 Gayle - 7 Kennedy St, Hamilton - Phone 0427 719 357 (hamilton@greentrianglefinance.com)

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RURAL RUNDOWN Let’s talk about it

Millicent Market Report

Come and listen to Warren Davies (The Unbreakable Farmer) talk of his life story and how he overcame his struggles as a dairy farmer in Victoria. His story is relevant to all ages, from the country to the city, to a farmer or a CEO of a large corporation. His message is simple and so important at this time when stress is seen as normal and depression is commonplace. Warren will help to change the thinking and behaviour of those that hear him speak. The free event is brought to you by the Wattle Range Suicide Prevention Network and will be held at the Millicent Civic & Arts Centre on Friday, March 26 at 7pm. Supper will be provided and an RSVP is essential to comply with COVID restrictions.

Agents yarded 254 liveweight cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last Thursday, March 4. A slightly smaller yarding of mixed quality cattle was offered to the regular processor buying field, with the next Millicent Cattle Market shifting to Wednesday afternoon on March 17 following the completion of the Mount Gambier Sheep and Lamb Markets. This market heavy steers ranged from 250 c/kg to 460 c/kg. Yearling steers ranged from 370 c/kg to 471 c/kg and yearling heifers from 310 c/kg to 469 c/kg. There was a very limited number of vealers offered. Vealer steers from 341 c/kg to 470 c/kg. Vealer heifers ranged from 426 c/kg to 461 c/kg. The limited number of cows sold from 150 c/kg to 330 c/kg. Four bulls were offered, returning 150 c/kg to 280 c/kg. The yarding averaged 386.1 c/kg. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held on Wednesday, March 17.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS

WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 18,310 lambs at Hamilton last week an increase of 2271 despite the increase it was another excellent offering of trade lambs with all weights and grades available. There was a full contingent of processers and restockers who were all very active in a market that was softer overall with pime 21 to 26kg trade lambs easing by $10, heavy lambs over 26kg softened by $10 to $15/head and the lambs back to the paddock on the lighter end also eased by $5 to $10/head. Restocking competition again was consistent with most of the lambs back to the paddock heading towards the south-east of South Australia, Corowa and local areas with restockers paying up to $195/head. Light 12 to 18kg lambs one score made from $86 to $155/head averaging from 800c to 1,050c/kg cwt with most of these lambs returning to the paddock. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $155 to $183/ head to average between 800c and 830c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $170 to $202/head to average from 770c to 810c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $238/head to average between 720c and 780c/kg. The best woolly lambs made up to $178 and the Shorn lambs topped at $238/head. Hoggets three score made to $200/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers climbed slightly as agents yarded 749 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers with not all of these being active along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was mixed with something on offer to suit most buyers as the market returned some mixed results in price. A small number of vealers came forward with the steers selling to 472c and the heifers to 466c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade sold from 378c to 390c/kg with numbers small here. Feeders were making from 394c to 449c and restockers turned steers back out from 444c to 472c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade made from 430c to 455c with feeders operating from 400c to 462c and restockers purchasing to 400c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks eased up to 11c as the trade sought supply from mainly 343c to 384c with an isolated sale to 404c as feeders sourced lighter weights from 376c to 442c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 334c to 390c with feeder activity from 373c to 412c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold to 320c/kg. Heavy cows lifted by up to 8c as they sold from 280c to 333c with the lighter types selling from 222c to 270c/kg to the trade. Feeders were making from 255c to 318c and restockers sold to 324c/kg. Bulls made from 230c to 286c/kg.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers climbed this week as agents yarded 944 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with feeder and restocker orders also active across the offering. Quality improved with more cattle off grain coming forward as the market sold to very strong competition to range from fully firm to slightly dearer in places. Yearling steers to the trade made from 384c to 470c with similar heifers selling from 388c to 466c/kg. Feeder buyers were very strong as they sought steers from 385c to 476c whilst heifers were making from 400c to 460c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade sold from 357c to mainly 420c, whilst there was an isolated sale to 450c, as feeders were operating here from 386c to 410c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 333c to 420c with feeders selling from 306c to 406c/kg. Manufacturing steers were making from 280c to 340c/kg. Heavy cows sold from 297c to 334c with the lighter types making from 265c to 294c/kg to the traders. Feeders sold from 255c to 297c/kg. Bulls were selling from 244c to 300c/kg.

Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers rose slightly as agents yarded 3050 lambs and 125 sheep. These sold to a slightly smaller field of trade and processor buyers with a number of active restockers also operating. Quality lifted this week with the majority of the offering consisting of heavy lambs with lighter weights scarce as pricing followed other market trends to soften a little on last weeks rates. Light lambs to the trade ranged from $138 to $146 with restocker activity from $112 to $158 on light lambs and from $162 to $174/head of for those with more conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $173 to $185 to ease up to $4/head as they averaged around the 820c/kg cwt area. Heavy lambs were well supplied as they ranged from $187 to $211 with the extra heavy pens making from $213 to $228/head. Hoggets made from $160 to $170 as light ewes sold to $120 with the heavy selection returning from $160 to $180 as wethers also sold to $180 and rams to $110/head.

Numbers climbed a little as agents yarded 6728 lambs and 2080 sheep to total 8808 head overall. These sold to the regular field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restocker orders. Quality fell away a little with less of the heavy pens this week as the market sold to slightly easier rates with most lamb sales ranging from 800c to 820c/kg cwt with falls of $3 to $5/head. Light lambs to the trade made from $109 to $145 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returning from $149 to $160/head. Restockers operated from $99 to $170/head for lambs to grow on. Trade weight 3 score lambs sold from $165 to $190 as the heavy pens made from $186 to $215 and the extra heavy types returned vendors from $216 to the market high of $255/head. Hoggets made from $133 to $221 as light sheep ranged from mainly $121 to $158 with the medium weights making from $166 to $200/head. Heavy sheep returned from $204 to $234 as wethers ranged from $156 to $215 and rams made from $75 to $140/head.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 9427 sheep at Hamilton this week a small decrease of 1077 head. It was a plainer offering of sheep the largest percentage being light to medium Merinos with a lesser number off heavy sheep. All the regular buyers were in attendance and but not always fully active with one major processor not operating at all. The market was softer by $5 to $10/head with the lighter sheep 1 and 2 score being the least affected. Light weight 1 and 2 score sheep sold from $91 to $138/head to average between 620c and 660c/kg cwt. Medium weight 3 score sheep sold from $138 to $178/head averaging from 600c to 660c/kg cwt. Heavy Merino ewes sold from $156 to $197, heavy Merino wethers made from $185 to $212/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $230/head averaging between 500c and 580c/kg. The general cost of mutton averaged 630c to 650c/kg cwt. Hoggets sold to $203/head. Terminal ram sires sold to $72 and Merino rams made to a top of $144/ head.

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Good night? Bad night!... My little son Lebron is one of those kids who doesn’t like going to sleep at night. He’s never been a good sleeper. As a baby he never really settled into a good sleep routine.

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It took years until he was sleeping through the night in any satisfactory way. Even at eight years old, it’s still not uncommon for him to wake up in the night and call out for his mother (thank goodness). We’ve never been able to convince him that if he wakes up in the night, rolling over and going back to sleep is an option. If he wakes up in the night in need of a visit to the toilet, he will also call out for his mother presumably because he couldn’t go without her standing outside the door. Equally frustrating is how long it takes for him to go to sleep each night. Bedtime is regularly a saga that will drag on for a couple of hours. We send him to bed at about half past seven. We read him a story. We give him a cuddle and a kiss. And then the games start. The first issue will be a call for someone to get his drink bottle, despite the fact he was reminded

to take it with him prior to going to bed. Having taken care of this we will be likely to hear him shouting out shortly after. “Mum, can you come and tuck me in?” One of us will wander in and tuck him into bed. The next communication is likely to be him yelling out to turn the passage way light on. Or off. Or on, shortly followed by off. Of off, followed by on. Needless to say, this doesn’t seem to make any difference as to whether he falls asleep or not. At some point he will generally go quiet. We may start thinking

he’s gone to sleep, and relax into enjoying something on television. This is where we’re most vulnerable to one of his classic kid moves. Out of nowhere, he’ll suddenly appear at one of our shoulders with a “Mum/Dad.” Not surprisingly his sudden and unexpected appearance like some supernatural monster, will scare the life out of us. Another danger if he goes quiet and appears asleep is that he’s not actually in bed. He regularly makes the decision that he’s not tired and has things he needs to get done. Prior to bed he’d spent hours

doing nothing, staring at a screen, or playing with toys. It’s only when it’s time to go to sleep that he suddenly decides it’s time to tidy up his bedroom, create a comic book or solve some linear equations. One of his most recent night time activities this week has been making a “Newspaper for kids” each night, without us noticing what he was up to. Last night’s newspaper even included him writing a Robby tanssle article which I thought I’d share with you. “My kids play’s with a fist aid kit it was very fun. They rapt it on facs, leg, arm and body. I can eat a hole box of choclet in 1 minite. Back to work it is really hard to think of all these thins. I youst to be on the news but now I write.” To his credit, he’d done a remarkably good job of capturing all the key elements of one of my articles. Weak premise. Lack of continuity. Poor transition between ideas with no real connection. Spelling and grammatical issues. A reminder of my unhealthy lifestyle. Doesn’t really go anywhere. One of the amusing parts of this whole bedtime saga is that he will be dressed differently each time we encounter him. He’ll switch between short pyjamas, long pyjamas, onesie, and jocks with no pyjamas. It’s not for our benefit or part of the show. He simply decides that the sleepwear he is currently wearing is not meeting his needs. If you’d like to see Lebron take over writing my weekly article, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

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MONDAY MARCH 15

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PRODUCTION OPERATOR We currently have an excellent opportunity for a licenced and experienced Boiler Operator to join our Production team at our Mount Gambier, White Avenue facility. The successful applicant will be required to work a rotating 4-shift roster. Duties and responsibilities will include • Managing the boiler and other related equipment, ensuring that it is functional and safe at all times • Inspecting safety devices and conducting tests on a daily basis • Monitoring boiler water / fuel levels, and making adjustments as necessary to keep the boiler within safety and tolerance levels • Maintain accurate records of operation, fuel / water levels, completed maintenance and other data • Machine operation • Data entry • Housekeeping To be considered for this position you will have: • Standard Boiler Operation (BS) high risk work licence (essential) • Demonstrated experience as a Boiler operator • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Proven ability to work unsupervised or as part of a team • Forklift high risk work licence is desirable To be successful, you must be motivated and be willing to put in the effort to complete the role to the high standard required. Attention to detail is paramount. This is a full-time permanent position. Your skills and work ethic will be rewarded with excellent working conditions and competitive terms and conditions of employment.

Administration Officer · Part time (21.5 hours per week) · Friendly team environment · Above award wages An opportunity has arisen for an Administration Officer with Hawkins Medical Clinic in Mount Gambier. As part of this professional team, you will play an important role in the day-to-day administrative operations of the practice. Your communication and people skills will be of great interest as will your capacity to coordinate and organize yourself in a team environment.

As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination which includes functional, audiometric and drug and alcohol testing.

We are looking for an all-rounder with a ‘can do’ attitude to assist in all areas of administration within the practice.

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is a dynamic Early Years - Year 12 Catholic co-educational College with over 1300 students. The College is situated in picturesque grounds on the outskirts of Mount Gambier, SA. We are seeking a suitably qualified staff member for the following position in the Sugarloaf Café, commencing in Term 2 (27 April 2021). • CHEF / COOK (EDUCATION SUPPORT OFFICER) with commercial cookery experience and customer service. The successful applicant would also have barista skills or a willingness to learn these skills. 19-25 hours per week, 39 weeks per year. All Staff must be prepared to support the Catholic ethos of the College and participate in our Pastoral Care Program. A Position Information Document in relation to this role may be obtained from: http://www.tenison.catholic.edu.au/ourcollege/employment. Potential applicants MUST submit with their application, an Applicant Declaration Form, obtained from: http://www.tenison.catholic.edu.au/__files/d/12351/ ApplicantDecForm.pdf. Please email your application, including contact details of three recent referees, to Mary de Nys, HR Officer, Tenison Woods College, at denym@tenison.catholic.edu.au. APPLICATIONS CLOSE 4.00pm MONDAY, 15 MARCH 2021 Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

Do you have experience maintaining timber chip / flaking processing plant and equipment? Does your experience and knowledge extend to chipper knife / blade grinding and sharpening? Perhaps you are a Saw Doctor looking for a change? This position may be just the opportunity you are looking for. We are currently recruiting for a Mill Equipment Maintenance Operator to join our Mount Gambier engineering team. Duties and responsibilities will include • Precision setting and rebuild of ring mills • Maintaining mills and associated equipment, including knife / blade rotation and sharpening / grinding • Adjustment of mills to ensure efficient operation and production of green chip to required specifications • Liaison with key stakeholders regarding corrective actions and performance issues To be considered for this position you will have: • Certificate III in Saw Doctoring (highly regarded) • Demonstrated knowledge of flaking / chipping processes • Experience in knife / blade grinding • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Proven ability to work unsupervised or as part of a team • Forklift high risk work licence is desirable To be successful, you must be motivated and be willing to put in the effort to complete the role to the high standard required. Attention to detail is paramount. Offering a great balance between work and home life, this is a full-time permanent day shift position. Your skills and work ethic will be rewarded with excellent working conditions and competitive terms and conditions of employment. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination which includes functional, audiometric and drug and alcohol testing.

Borg is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested? For more information and to apply for this position, please visit https://careers.borgs.com.au Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 19th March.


Ferguson’s Diesel Services currently have an opportunity for a Parts Interpreter to join our team. They must possess organisational and communication skills, prior parts experience not essential, on the job training will be provided. A company vehicle provided and pay above award rate. To apply, please submit an application to the Manager: Ferguson’s Diesel Services Pty Ltd Email fergusondiesel@bigpond.com or drop in and see us at 365 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

We currently have an excellent opportunity for a trade qualified, experienced fitter / fabricator to join the team at our Mount Gambier facilities. Primarily this position is day shift, however there are times when the successful applicant will be required to work a rotating 4-shift roster. You will be responsible for project work, scheduled & unscheduled breakdown maintenance and trouble shooting. To be considered for this position you will have: • An appropriate trade qualification • Experience in machine trouble shooting, problem solving and fault finding • The ability to read and understand engineering drawings • Experience in fabrication / welding • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Demonstrated experience in pneumatic and hydraulic equipment (an advantage) • Proven ability to work unsupervised or as part of a team To be successful, you must be motivated and be willing to put in the effort required to complete jobs in a timely manner. Attention to detail and highest quality workmanship are paramount. This is a full-time permanent position. Your skills and work ethic will be rewarded with excellent working conditions and competitive terms and conditions of employment. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination which includes functional, audiometric and drug and alcohol testing.

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Sims Shield, Hall Trophy & O’Donohue Shield decided in two day fixtures O’DONOHUE SHIELD East Gambier (pictured below) has won a tight O’Donohue Shield final, setting Millicent a victory target of 183, with Millicent falling just 14 runs short. The victory was set up by a solid performance with the bat from East’s top order – the Bulldogs winning the toss and opting to bat on Thursday night.

The top seven all got starts, with three of the top order ending up unbeaten after retiring, with Jack Lawrence top scoring with 32, an innings that included two boundaries, and also doing some damage with the ball, taking 2/31 from his six overs – both bowled. East compiled an impressive 6/182 from it 40 overs with Ollie Bennett (25); Liam Turley (31ret.);

James Sullivan (22ret.) and Jack Lawrence all combining for a 113 third wicket stand that made life tough for the Millicent bowling attack. Kallan Bevan, Ellis Cushion, Corey Baker and Eli Redman were the wicket takers for Millicent with two late run outs as East had the freedom to be able to throw caution to the wind in the pursuit of the highest possible target. Millicent’s Friday night run chase started with two quick wickets and at 2/15 it was always going to be a tough ask and when two more quick wickets saw the score at 4/47 and that victory target of 183 a long way off. Jacob Todd and Eli Redman combined for a steadying 36 run fifth wicket stand but once Jacob was removed and the score was 7/128, it loomed as mission impossible. Jacob (43); Ellis Cushion (47) and Ethan Bowman (25) were the pick of the Millicent bats but the East attack, led by Barber Shield bowler Liam Turley, who finished with 3/16, including taking the final, match

Western Border inks new sponsorship deal Bendigo Bank continues its long standing support of football & netball competition With preparations well underway for the season start date of April 10 for Western Border football and netball competitions, an important item has been checked off the to do list, with the signing of a new three year deal with long time sponsor Mt Gambier & Districts Community Bank. The Bendigo Bank has committed to another three years, taking the long running deal to the end of the 2023 season. Branch manager Tracy Koop said the bank was pleased to continue the association. “Mount Gambier & Districts Community Bank is pleased to continue our long running partnership as Naming Rights Sponsors with the WBFL and WBNA,” Mrs Koop said. “The community spirit shown by the League to ensure a safe and inclusive environment for young men and women to play sport is one that we are proud to support.” Coming two months after the league secured Casterton Sandford’s place in the cross border competition, inking the new Naming Rights Sponsor deal was another feather in the cap of the football board and netball executive. WBFL president Michael Summers welcomed the extension of the

valued partnership. “We are extremely proud and honoured to continue this highly valued partnership which benefits the league and member clubs, and the continuation of this partnership provides us with ongoing financial sustainability,” Summers said. “Mount Gambier & District Community Bank continues to be involved in a broad range of community activities, and we look forward to supporting and promoting their involvement with the Western Border Football and Junior Football Leagues and the Western Border Netball Association.” THREE YEAR DEAL: (Above) WBFL president Michael Summers; Mt Gambier & Districts Community Bank branch manager Tracy Koop & WBNA president Jo Gibbs and (inset) signing the new three year deal.

winning wicket when he removed Ellis Cushion, had the upper hand. Ollie Bennett was the other multiple wicket taker for East with 2/23. SIMS SHIELD Millicent finished on the wrong side of the Sims Shield decider as well, despite posting a strong 5/139 from their 30 overs. Eventual champions Mil Lel Green (pictured above right) won the toss and put their opponents in on Thursday night and might not have slept too easily that night given Millicent grasped the opportunity to put runs on the board with Teej Lawlor (39ret.) and Ryder Lindner (39ret.) doing most of the damage. Teej found the boundary six times in his innings and Ryder five with Harry Hicks, Tyler Fiegert and Jackson Saunders the wicket takers for Mil Lel. The run chase was anchored by Harry Hicks, who finished unbeaten on 51, with Rhys Grigg (18ret.); A. Allen (17no.) and Tayte Virtanen (14) all chipping in to push beyond the victory target in the 25th over in the 30 over a side clash. Mitchell Tarrant was the sole wicket taker for Millicent. Harry Hicks’ unbeaten half century included 10 boundaries and came from only 30 balls.

HALL TROPHY It was a case of third time lucky for Millicent (pictured below) when their Under 14 team cruised to victory in the Hall Trophy. Having lost the deciders in the other two age groups, and chasing a tricky target of 135 for victory, the Millicent bats were never really troubled, losing only four wickets on their way to chasing down South Gambier’s 134. South won the toss on Saturday morning and chose the runs on the board path so often favoured in cricket finals and after a shaky start. Losing 2.13, the Maroons rallied courtesy of Elwood Geary (46); Noah Maxwell (30) and Jacob Salmon (22) as they built a defendable total. Ollie Fitzgerald, Sam Hunt, Max Hunt and Charlie Bevan all finished with two wickets apiece for Millicent. An early wicket Sunday morning would have buoyed South Gambier as they looked to defend their total but Sam Hunt (25); Ollie Fitzgerald (33); Ashton Lindner (27ret.) and Brayden Rowe (21no.) all dug in and worked their way methodically to the victory target.


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The Millicent Bowls Club held their annual ladies fours competition earlier this month with nine clubs attending the day with one game of 12 ends being played before lunch and two games of 10 ends played after lunch. The day also incorporated a lunchand a craft, needlework and patchwork quilt display. The winning team for the day, with a score of 85 points, was a team from Port McDonnell, with lead Sharon Perryman, second Roma Henderson, third Jan Dowdell and skipper Judy Grosvener. Second place went to a Millicent team, with 80 points, the lead being Mac MacDonald, second Ella Pietersma, third Jan Buhlmann and skipper Andrea Radley. Third was a team from Penola, on 76 points, with lead Kaye Batt, second Sue Lamont, third Chris Skeer and skipper Lyn Brodie.

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MID WEEK PENNANT Mount Gambier Red 59/14 d Port MacDonnell Blue 33/0; Port MacDonnell Red 56/14 d Mount Gambier Blue 32/0; Naracoorte 54/12 d Mount Gambier Green 41/2; Naracoorte RSL 47/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 40/2 PRELIMINARY FINALS LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE Mount Gambier RSL 54/14 d Millicent Red 31/0 DIVISION TWO Naracoorte RSL 46/12 d Robe 41/2 DIVISION THREE Mount Gambier 54/12 d Penola 3902 OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Mount Gambier 67/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 64/4 DIVISION TWO Mount Gambier RSL 96/16 d Naracoorte RSL DIVISION THREE Lucindale 70/14 d Millicent 67/2 DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Mount Gambier RSL 82/14 d Beachport Red 59/2 DIVISION FOUR (NORTH - RD 15) Frances 93/16 d Penola 50/0

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couldn’t get anything going with the bat against the pitching of Leyna Bruggeman (pictured left) until the last innings, when it was too little too late. Kirsty Young had a great game for Warriors with two safehits and some great plays in the field. For Concordes Elysha Collins hit safely twice and was responsible for two of the double plays at short stop. In the last game both Warriors White and Concordes United were out of finals contention so had a highly entertaining match where everyone tried new positions and had a hit. A high scoring match ensued, with Concordes in the end running out victors 19 runs to 11. RESULTS Warriors Blue 4 (K Young, N Vause 2, B White, L Bruggemann, K Doyle) d Concordes White 2 (E Collins 2, J Hopgood, A Kreplins, S Brown, D Waters, E Sutherland); Demons 9 (Mo Millard 3, I Morale, C Manning 2, H Burner, Mc Millard, J Clarke) d Wanderers 6 (E Hart 3, S Moretti 2, J Hart, R Smith, L Little); Concordes United 19 (S Brown 3, D Jones, H Taylor 2, L McCallum, S Thomson, K Hansen, T Clark) d Warriors 11 (J Koop, L Bruggeman 2, S Polderman, C Chaplin, L Feast, K Young) FINALS DRAW (Saturday, March 13) 1pm (3 v 4) Concordes White v Wanderers 3pm (1 v 2) Demons v Warriors Blue

With only two points between first and third there was everything to play for in the last round of softball at the weekend. Demons held onto their advantage to finish minor premiers with a win over fourth placed Wanderers. Wanderers skipped out to an early lead scoring four before Demons troubled the scorers, however the batting strength of Demons soon shone through, lead yet again by Montana Millard who had three safehits including a triple. Demons scored consistently through the middle innings to overtake Wanderers and take the match 9 runs to 6. It was a hard fought victory to Warriors Blue in the other game which saw them snatch second spot from Concordes White, defeating them 4-2. Concordes fielded extremely well, highlighted by three double plays, but

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South & Federal dominate division one contests At home, Millicent went down to a merciless South Indians. The Indians were up and about in the very first inning. Ryan Placucci hit a two bagger and came home on a wild throw. Then with two out consecutive saf-hits to Dean Hamilton, Ben Morale, Alex Lewis and Travis Lockwood, three more runs crossed the plate. In the top of the second, Placucci, for his second at bat, arrived at first after hitting into an error and was batted in by Hamilton, who hit safely for the

second time. One more was added in the very next inning when Lewis collected his second safehit of the game and eventually crossed the plate on a wild pitch. The top of the third saw South add to their scoreline by another three runs. Bruce Morale hit safely to leftfield, and Hamilton picked up an infield safety. Lewis’ hit into an infield error saw Morale cross homeplate while Lockwood’s booming hit to leftfield scored Hamilton and the resultant error by that fielder scored Lewis. South was way in front, 11 runs

to zip, but with the mercy rule not coming into play until the seventh inning the game continued. The Bandits scored their only run for the game in the bottom of the sixth when Darcy Pink hit into an error and was batted in by Saxon Altschwager’s texas-leaguer to leftfield. No more runs were scored in the seventh giving South the win eleven runs to one. Tigers got away to a blistering start in their game against Federal. Consecutive safehits to the first six batters in the game in Brayden Morton, Jesse Foster, Garth

Captain returns in style A contingent of Attamurra ladies participated in the Southern Ports Golf Week at Robe last week which reduced the field to 29 ladies playing their home course stableford round last Wednesday. In perfect conditions captain Faye Mainwaring who returned from a shoulder injury, bounced back to her best recording 39 points which included 10 pars and a wipe on the fourth hole to claim the winner’s prize. Runner up was the

consistent Jennifer Van Rijthoven with 36 points on a countback from Jan Shanahan, Mardi Bawden and Maxine McGregor. Bawden and McGregor were ball competition winners with Jennette Braun and Sue Downes, both with 35 points joining them. The second shot on the uphill par three tenth hole was won by Kathy Ewer in A grade, while Betty McKechnie and Sue Downes were the respective B and C grade winners. McKechnie

also played the eighth hole with accuracy to take home the pro shot prize. On Saturday, Jennifer Van Rijthoven after winning last

Ransom, Tyler Horrigan, Jacob English and Matt Thompson, with the first five all being batted in, giae Tigers a great start. In the top of the second, Brayden Morton hit a high fly ball to third base which was grassed and he eventually crossed the plate on a fielder’s choice. Two more runs were added in the fourth when Horrigan crunched a hit to centrefield and English picked a base on ball. Horrigan scored on Ransom’s infield out and English touched home on Levi Morton’s second safehit of the game. A couple of errors dogged Federal’s fielding effort in the sixth which allowed two more Tigers runners to cross the plate. In the bottom half of the inning Federal delighted the small crowd

when they hit back with a couple of runs of their own. Alex Pearson trundled a ball out to rightfield and Alex Reppin drew a walk. Then with two out, Roy Hutchesson’s hit to the outfield was put down allowing both runners to score. Tigers added their final run in the bottom of the seventh when Levi Morton walked and scored on brother Brayden’s hit to a fielder’s choice. Final score being Tigers 11 to Federal two. Tigers had 14 safehits, two walks, eightRBI, sevenK, left eight runners on base and made three errors. Federal had six safehits, two walks, two RBI, 12 K, left nine runners on base and made five errors.

week’s competition, went on to produce another great round of 37 points taking home the winner’s voucher as well as winning nearest the pin on the 16th hole. Sue Coulter was runner up with 35 points and also won the pro shot on the eighth hole. Twenty-eight points or better were required in the ball run down for the seven players to claim a ball. The first round of the 2021 Ladies Club Championships will be held this week and the second stroke round will be held the following week.

On Sunday, March 14, there will be a Free Come and Try Golf for ladies and junior girls at Attamurra. This event is a fun, two person, nine hole Ambrose and you will be paired with a female or male golfer. Equipment not required. Arrive at 9.30am for 10am start with a sausage sizzle available.

Duncan does it again for Bulldogs Women’s matches highlighted by double overtime thriller It was Bulldog Duncan Reid scoring the final six points of the contest which proved the difference against the Cougars. Duncan Reid (pictured right) who was well supported by brother Todd Reid (18 points) was unstoppable down the stretch. The win gives the Bulldogs Red side an edge on the standings over the Cougars as they now sit third ahead of the Cougars in fourth. Panthers found their form against a Bulldogs Blue side that was desperate for a win to keep their finals hopes alive. Kyle Tipene showed his class controlling the game creating opportunity for his teammates as well himself, finishing with a game high 31 points. Panthers Women held off the

Bulldog/Roos in a low scoring affair. Sam Crute came up big for the Panthers with 13 crucial points, her ability to make something out of nothing made all the difference for her side. In the game of the round Cougars and Saints played in a double overtime thriller. Both teams had their chances to ice the game in regulation, a pair of free throws from Saint Lacey Haines sent the game into OT. Neither team was able to break free as the defences tightened taking away any easy opportunity for scores. Saints had a two point lead before a late Keryl Ousey layup forced the game into a second overtime. Cougars, on the back of the work of Sarah Ritter, stepped up

their team defence enabling them to put some distance between themselves and the Saints and were able to hold on for a four point win and keep themselves in the race for third place on the ladder. RESULTS MG PLASTERERS SECBL MEN Bulldogs Red 70 (D Reid 30, T Reid 18, S Lock 10) def Cougars 69 (T De Wit 24, J McGregor 23, D Kuring 7); Panthers 87 (K Tipene 31, J Bryant 19, O Thomson 17) def Bulldogs Blue 69 (S Berkefeld 15, P Loring 12, J Berry 11); Roos forfeited to Cats MG PLASTERERS SECBL WOMEN Panthers 42 (S Crute 13, J Jones 10, T Bryant 9) def Bulldogs Roos 28 (S Adam 7, E Bouchier 7, C Hunter 6); Cougars 76 def Saints 72

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BACK WITH A BANG: Ladies captain Faye Mainwaring (stableford winner) and ladies vice captain Jan Shanahan (third) last Wednesday at Attamurra.

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Almost 50 competitors for tough khanacross SEAC Park burst into life at the end of last month with a round of the South Australian Khanacross Championship being held in conjunction with Round 1 of the SEAC Khanacross Series 2021. Director Kevin Raedel and his band of helpers put together entertaining tests for a good field of 46 competitors. Track conditions were a little dusty, so competition spacing was critical to ensure good visibility throughout the competition. Last year’s top dog Bradley Clements (top right) adapted to the new look track without any hesitation and posted the quickest time in the first run, clear of local Dale Cagney, with times of 1:06.98 and 1:08.50 respectively, both benefiting from the track having been swept for them by most of the field. Michael Clements and Nicholas Cagney (bottom right), being among the first runners (cars 7 and 12) were very busy at the wheel to fill third and fourth slots at 1:09.01 and 1:10.17, closely followed by Sam Humphries (1:12.52), all running 4WDs. Top of the list on the second run was Dale Cagney with a 1:07.23, just in front of Michael Clements, 1:07.71, Bradley Clements at 1:07.98 for third slot and Sam Humphries at 1:09.35 to just edge out Damien Wilson with a 1:10.12 and a clean run for fifth points. The third run utilised the reverse layout of the first two, with Bradley Clements putting in an excellent run to beat all others by some three seconds, with his time of 1:05.71. Dale Cagney could only muster a 1:08.68 on the tricky layout but held off a charging Nick Cagney in his new car, looking to get some points back after a misdemeanor in round two, setting a quick 1:09.06 to just head off that little green Micra of Campbells at 1:10.09 Matthew Bissell had to settle for fifth points with his 1:10.85. Nick Cagney took on the challenge of the cross country style

fourth run layout in the ex Pohlner Rally Subaru and posted a 1:20.71 to rip the challenge from Michael Clements and Bradley Clements, setting 1:20.76 and 1:21.37, for second and third points, with Dale Cagney fourth at 1:21.54. Punishing the little Micra, Campbell came in next with an incredible 1:22.22. The fifth run tackled the same layout so it was no surprise to see Nick Cagney at the number one slot, closely followed by father, Dale with the times of 1:19.29 and 1:19.42. Michael Clements led Son Bradley Clements home with his 1:19.86 for third points and Bradley at 1:20.28 just good enough to head the might Micra in with Glenn’s time of 1:21.10 to fill fifth. The sixth run saw the same layout in the reverse direction, with Nicholas Cagney in his Subaru, setting the fastest time for third consecutive run, with the clock showing a 1:18.00. Bradley Clements again beat his father Michael home, with times of 1:18.99 and 1:19.16 respectively. Junior, Lachlan Bissell had been enjoying the family Subaru all day and got the fourth points with a well deserved 1:20.81, closely

followed by Sam Humphries WRX with 1:21.39 for fifth spot. The seventh run was a carbon copy layout of the sixth run but this time Bradley Clements put it all together and got in number one slot with a 1:17.95 to edge Nick Cagney to second slot with a 1:18.03, closely followed home by Michael Clements with his best run at a 1:18.15. Dale Cagney came in next with a 1:18.96 to finish off the day with points for fourth. Lachlan Bissell also finished his day off well, getting the points for fifth outright, which was no mean effort for the junior driver. The next event will be a Motorkhana at SEAC Park on March 13. OFFICIAL STANDINGS (OUTRIGHT): 1st - Bradley Clements - 8:39.06 2nd - Nicholas Cagney - 8:47.94 3rd - Michael Clements - 8:49.06 4th - Dale Cagney - 8:49.60 5th - Sam Humphries - 9:04.37 SEAC Points: 1st Phil Wilson 9:27.49 2nd Ryan Poel 9:31.00 3rd Ken Moore 9:32.26 All scores are provisional and yet to be verified. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD

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Reduced field Due to a large contingent of women from the Blue lake Golf Club playing in the annual Southern Ports tournament it was a reduced number that played in the Monthly Medal last Wednesday, sponsored by Life Member Judy Collins. Bay Blue Espresso Bar sponsored the stroke competition for the grade prizes. Division Two’s Trudy Herbert was the medal winner after a countback ensued with fellow golfer Dianne Perryman after both signing for nett 70. Handicapper Dianne Perryman in Division One will be looking at adjusting her own handicap after scoring two strokes under the daily score rating of 72. A very consistent front and back nine score of 45/44 off a 19 handicap and included four pars saw her reap the rewards winning the top voucher, also adding the pro-shot prize to her winnings for the day. Runner up Josie Ashby was putting the pressure on with two pars on the front nine but unfortunately two double bogies saw her turn with a 48. The back nine almost got her in the winning position scoring 42 that included three pars, signing for nett 71, also off a 19 handicap. Helen Stratford followed with a consistent two nines of 48/46, nett 73 off a 21 handicap. Stratford was the winner of the 2nd shot nearest to the pin on the 2nd hole.

Often in the winners circle once again Trudy Herbert took Division Two’s top voucher, adding to her medal win after shooting a 55 on the front nine, but was able to reel that in by five strokes on the back nine with a credible 50, 105/35/70 earning her front spot. Runner up Dianne Allen is also another often in the write up and was only two strokes behind Herbert with a very even scorecard, 57 front nine, 55 back nine that included pars on the 14th and 15th holes finishing 112/40/72. Lyn Annand followed with 76 nett, 108/32. Lucy Richards won NTP or second division and Vivienne Wilson won putting with 31 putts. The novelty event, least putts, earned a ball for Lucy Richards. Tomorrow’s competition is the 3rd round of the Sorrentos Café sponsored Summer Trophy. The first qualifying round of the Handicap Championships has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 24. ABOVE: Division 1 runner up Josie Ashby, Division 2 winner Trudy Herbert & Division 2 runner up Dianne Allen Absent: Division 1 winner Dianne Perryman.

Scanlon leads team to victory Earlier this month, the Millicent Bowls Club Men’s Championship Fours grand final was played between, David Reichelt, Peter Bateman, Andre Reinders and Brian Roper (Skip) and Bill Davis, John Buhlmann, Steve Carnellor and Peter Scanlon (Skip). Played in windy, damp conditions, the grand final was played over 18 ends. For the first eight ends of the game, the two teams were neck and neck with the score sitting at, Brian Roper’s team nine shots to Peter Scanlon’s team seven shots but the

Scanlon team was then able to score seven shots to give them a five shot lead. They then went on to win five of the next seven ends to give Bill Davis, John Buhlmann, Steve Carnellor and Peter Scanlon (pictured above) the game and the title of Millicent Bowls Club Men’s Fours Champions for 2021.


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Sixteen year old Jobe Stewart knew being part of the 2021 Toyota GAZOO Racing Australia 86 Series was set to b e a learning curve as the teenager, after a 12 year wait, graduated from karting to getting behind the wheel of a car. Heading to Mount Panorama for his first serious outing – round one of the series at the end of last month – was always going to be a challenge and so it proved. So while there were cancelled practice sessions due to fog and a crash in race one, when rival Brad Vaughan suffered brake failure and Stewart bore the brunt, forcing him out of the first of his three races, there were plenty of positives to glean from the experience. In the only practice session, the Mount Gambier based driver was eighth fastest and in the two completed races, where finishes of 20th and 14th might not sound

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