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ABOVE: The Fringe Mount Gambier was even for the youngest members of the community with a Fairyland Painting session at the Main Corner.
All the fun of the Fringe
Triumphant return for arts festival
Local hospitality oulets and entertainers from across Australia have benefitted from the triumphant return of Fringe Mount Gambier, rebounding strongly from the disappointment of the
11th hour cancellation of the 2020 event. The 10 day event has been a huge success, outstripping original expectations as the community welcomed back the arts. See inside for full story
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It was originally branded as a mini-Fringe as Mount Gambier organisers looked to put together a modified program for the popular arts festival after the disappointment of its 11th hour cancellation in 2020. That initial blueprint was looking at around a dozen events but as Fringe Mount Gambier wrapped up for 2021 at the weekend, the program saw 60 events across 20 venues as part of the 10 day extravaganza that was anything but pint sized or modified in any way. “First off we are incredibly relieved that we were able to go ahead,” Fringe Mount Gambier coordinator Talie Teakle said. “We all had that pent up anxiety from last year when we were ready to go and everything was cancelled so there was a fair bit of stress in the lead up knowing COVID was still around and still a thing.” But in contrast to the devastation of the 2020 cancellation when Fringe Mount Gambier was the first major event casualty of the pandemic, the 2021 event has been nothing short of triumphant. “We achieved everything we wanted to achieve,” Ms Teakle said. “It was such a massive task and a much huger festival than we were expecting. We weren’t sure how the confidence would be from venues to put on events but they said ýes, we’ll do it’.” The 2021 program even had new venues including The Apple Farm, Echo Farm and the Mount Gambier Bowls Club. “It has been a huge boost to the hospitality industry and we all know how hard they were hit by COVID,” Ms Teakle said. “It weas also touching that some of the artists made speeches thanking us for
putting the Fringe on – they have been out of work for so long. They thanked us for having the courage to put on a festival and it was really touching to hear those words.” It showed running the 2021 Fringe has also boosted the entertainment industry, one of the other hardest hit industries in 2020. Taking the festival online also proved a masterstroke. Born out of combating restrictions and limited capacity at venues, it now looks set to be a key tool moving forward. “We wanted to see how people would embrace the online opportunities and they loved it,” Ms Teakle said. “We will definitely continue to work in that space, COVID or no COVID. You can reach everyone online and this year was about getting people used to that.” The feedback right from the opening weekend was the online component made people feel part of the Fringe whether they could attend events or not. “It also means he festival lives on,” Ms Teakle said. “You can access lots of the events on You Tube – they will be there forever and people can access them whenever they want.” Organisers also believe, in the end, the 2021 program was the most diverse yet. “I think it was the most variety we have ever had,” Ms Teakle said. “There was physical theatre, comedy, more serious keynote addresses and the visual arts.” From the children’s events to the competitions to decorate homes and businesses to the live performances across a variety of genres, Fringe Mount Gambier has captured the community’s imagination.
“It is always good when you see that all your hard work is worth it,” Ms Teakle said. FANTASTIC FRINGE: (Above from top) - Calamari for Breakfast
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Homecoming queen Former resident returns to head up the City of Mount Gambier If newly appointed City of Mount Gambier CEO Sarah Philpott looks familiar, it’s not surprising. Set to take up her role as the new city chief on June 15, Sarah grew up in Mount Gambier and also worked for the City of Mount Gambier in the 1990s. Her passion for her hometown is only rivalled by her passion for local government and the opportunity it gives her to have an impact in her community. “I see local government’s role as to make a place a better place to live,” Sarah said. “The chance to come home was certainly made it (CEO role) appealing as was being CEO in a community I care about. The role itself is really interesting. It’ a great opportunity with some challenges as part of it and that’s what you want – a job to stretch you so you can learn and grow.” Sarah’s local government career started in Mount Gambier, first in the records office and then heading up the library team. “I actually had my start in local government at the City of Mount Gambier back in 1992 as a Records Officer and then as Chief Librarian until 2000 therefore, I am pleased to be making my way back home to use my skillset in the role of CEO and I hope to positively impact the quality of life of Mount Gambier residents, local businesses and visitors,” Sarah said. She will join the Mount Gambier executive team fresh from an 18 month stint in the top job at the Mildura Rural City Council, bringing
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more than 15 years experience in the State and Local Government sector and time with the Courts Administration Authority. “I have really enjoyed my time as CEO of Mildura Rural City Council, a large regional Council of 22,000 sq km and 55,000 people. I have been privileged to lead the organisation comprised of around 500 employees and with an operating budget of $116 million per year,” Sarah said. The former resident is already right across one of the city’s biggest projects – the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre – having already put her fingerprints over the Mildura South Regional Sporting Precinct in her current role. “This project has many parallels with Mount Gambier’s Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre,” Sarah said. “Delivery of such a large project in a regional community has many complexities and I am looking forward to being part of progressing this exciting development. The heart of the challenge in local government is to do big things that are good. This is a big significant project that needs to be delivered and its promise needs to be realised.” And through her senior executive roles in community and city development and corporate services portfolios in metropolitan Adelaide at Port Adelaide Enfield Council and City of Marion and in Queensland at Cairns Regional Council she has honed a diverse set of skills. “I have worked across many areas of local government services over the years, including urban planning and design, asset management, economic development, community
development, health, wellbeing and safety, libraries, theatres, cultural centres and the arts, environmental planning and projects, and major project delivery and implementation,” Sarah said. She is also acutely aware of the advocacy role of local government, ensuring the community is well serviced even in areas outside of council’s control. “People want access to health care, reasonable transport options and to build great tourism offerings in our region,” she said. It is a region she called home, moving to Nangwarry as a three year old, when her father secured a role in the timber industry, and then eventually living in Mount Gambier. Sarah is a McDonald Park School and Grant High School graduate before leaving the region as a 17 year old to pursue her tertiary education. “Moving away to university was the only option then,” Sarah said. “There wasn’t the opportunities and the online options young people now have.” She completed an undergraduate course in Library and Information Management before embarking on postgraduate qualifications in business administration, organisational change and a Masters Degree in Social Sciences. Building a strong relationship with the elected members and staff is also one of her key priorities as she comes into the new role, heading up the new look executive team. “I will be encouraging them to be their best and when they do their best the community gets the best,” Sarah said. “I want them to care about their work and realise
“… it’ a great opportunity with some challenges as part of it and that’s what you want – a job to stretch you so you can learn and grow...” the difference they make in the lives of people in the community.” She also believes the rebuilding of the executive team, after a series of departures, is right on track with a good blend of new faces with new ideas and also people with plenty of local intel and a strong connection to the area. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin said Sarah was passionate about local government and highly regarded within the sector. “With such vast experience Sarah is skilled in stakeholder engagement, project management and delivery, economic development, financial
management, governance and community infrastructure services and strategy,” Mayor Martin said. “We look forward to welcoming Sarah back to her hometown of Mount Gambier to lead the organisation as CEO.” Sarah and her husband will move to Mount Gambier in June. “I loved living in Mount Gambier and my family is still here,” she said. “I have moved away and got lots of experience and it is nice to be back and to have come the full circle – to be able to go back to where it all started.” Acting CEO Barbara Cernovskis will continue in the role until Sarah commences on June 15.
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“Such an asset for men and their families in this region.” That is the sentiment of Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group chair Richard Harry just a few months into the work of prostate cancer specialist nurse Tracy Bryant. Ms Bryant already has 16 patients on her books as she settles into her .5FTE position that is facilitated through the Australian Prostate Cancer Foundation courtesy of Federal Government funding. She works out of Mount Gambier, Naracoorte and Millicent working with the patients that have been referred by their urologist or have self-referred to the free service. It is a position for which the Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group has strongly lobbied, equating the role with the specialist breast care nurses that provide similar support and care. Ms Bryant (pictured above with Member for Barker Tony Pasin) officially started the role in November last year and the regional nature of the role, encompassing the three major centres in the Limestone Coast was important to Ms Bryant as she looks to have as significant and widespread an impact as possible. For the experienced practitioner, the new role is a welcome new challenge, incorporating her vast knowledge in the oncology and palliative care space, while providing her with plenty of learning opportunities as she enjoys a return to clinical patient care, specialising in one area, and away from her more recent managerial roles. “Prostate cancer is a little bit different because there are a few different treatment options,” Ms Bryant said. “Patients need to be well informed, to make informed decisions, to decide on the right treatment for them. It’s so individual. Nobody’s the same and I ma here to support them with more information and to answer questions.” The value of the prostate cancer
specialist nurse is also availability – put simply, they are easier to contact than a specialist, it is just better access. Ms Bryant sees the role as arguably even more critical in regional areas. “People in regional areas, where they have to travel for treatment and can have treatment across multiple health services need help to understand what’s happening and navigate their treatments, to build their capacity to link it all together” Ms Bryant said. With a background in oncology, geriatric service and palliative care, and having most recently been in managerial positions, responsible for significant numbers of staff, the move back to face to face health care has revitalised Ms Bryant. “It is nice to have time to be a specialist in one particular area,” she said. “I am learning so much.” She also comes to the role with a strong network of contacts enabling her to link her patients with the right services and right people to make their treatment and recovery as smooth as possible. “I am here to give them the right information to back well-armed and educated to speak to their medical team,” Ms Bryant said. “It is all about supportive care – it is so easy to get lost in the health system, especially when patients can often be dealing with multiple health networks.” In her short time in the prostate cancer specialist nurse role, Ms Bryant has already found it to be a collegiate network and she has already built important connections. “I did a lot of service planning and scoping when I started in the role,” she said. “Working out what some of the gaps are in the region and how we might be able to bridge those gaps.” Ms Bryant has also found herself delving into men’s health like never before. “I have a father, a partner, a son, but this is the most I have
talked about and learnt about men’s health, about masculinity,” she said. “With prostate cancer there are issues with continence and erectile function and if you are comfortable talking about it, men will talk about it. Men struggle with body image too.” She has already spoken at community groups and has been somewhat surprised by the positive response. There were 50 men in the room when she spoke at the Naracoorte Men’s Shed recently and not only were they attentive during the talk but also lined up with questions after the presentation. The importance of Ms Bryant’s role is borne out by statistics with predictions the current 211,000 diagnoses will skyrocket to 372,000 by 2040. “The numbers are very high but when it’s found early the life expectancy is good,” she said. “A lot of men live with prostate cancer for 10, 20, 30 years but the treatment can have a big effect on their lifestyle and wellbeing.” She is also hopeful the uptake of the service could see it expanded to full time sooner rather than later – she is currently on a three year contact. “Obviously as a nurse I don’t give advice about treatment options but can give information about those options,” Ms Bryant said. “And I build rapport with the couple so they both feel comfortable.” Member for Barker Tony Pasin welcomed the recently appointed prostate cancer specialist nurse to the Limestone Coast. “So many Australian men and their families have had their lives turned upside down by prostate cancer, so I’m very pleased to have secured support of a specialised nurse for the Limestone Coast.” Mr Pasin said. “This funding sends a message to men with prostate cancer that they do not have to face this diagnosis alone.”
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Member for Mount Gambier part of code of conduct parliamentary committee A code of conduct for South Australian MPs is ‘timely and necessary’ said Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell, following the establishment of a joint parliamentary committee to address workplace harassment in State Parliament. The Independent MP will join seven other South Australian MPs to determine a code of conduct for MPs as part of a joint parliamentary committee to address workplace harassment. The establishment of the committee was prompted by the findings of an Equal Opportunity Commission review this month, which found that 27 per cent of State Parliament staff had experienced sexual harassment at work. Representing the cross bench, Mr Bell said the work of the committee was essential to restoring trust in the State’s Parliamentary institution. “South Australia’s Parliament is a workplace just like any other across the state and everyone deserves to feel safe and respected at work,” he said. “I have spoken out about the culture that is prevalent here in Parliament House and how I’d like to see that change.” The committee will inquire into and report on the recommendations relevant to Parliament and discuss timelines for
implementation, including a Code of Conduct for MPs. The code of conduct was timely, said Mr Bell, given the March 4 Justice events held around Australia this week. “I walked in the March 4 Justice along with 8000 women, men and children in Adelaide’s main streets. It’s clear we need a cultural shift and people are asking for action on many levels,” he said. “As legislators, I believe it’s our job to lead by example and that means ensuring our own house is in order. “Other states already have a
code of conduct for MPs and it’s been a subject of discussion for years and years here in South Australia. “The committee’s job will be to ensure the proper structures are in place, including education and prevention strategies and reporting mechanisms that are supportive to staff and MPs. “It is important that as a committee, we give serious consideration to these recommendations and act to implement them as soon as possible.”
With Harmony Day on the horizon, time is running out to collect a free floating lantern to decorate in the lead up to the Wish Festival at the Naracoorte Swimming Lake this Friday. The free lanterns - which are floated on the swimming lake when the sun is setting to show that Everyone Belongs - the theme of the 2021 Harmony Day celebrations - are available from the Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre on Macdonnell Street.
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Regional sports centre one step closer Concept designs underway for Naracoorte sports complex Studio Nine Architects have been awarded the contract to deliver a full suite of concept designs for the Naracoorte Regional Sports Centre. Experienced in an array of design work for both metropolitan and regional councils, Studio Nine were awarded the contract based on their diverse experience in
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• Estimated construction costs • Operating expenses • A separate report on cost estimates for capital expenditure and operational expenditure for aquatic facilities to enable Council to make decisions about the affordability and sustainability of aquatic facilities • Potential future income streams through major event attraction • Sustainability and amenity In 2019, Naracoorte Lucindale Council endorsed the Naracoorte Regional Sports Centre Masterplan; a project co-funded by the Office for Recreation, Sport and Racing. This gave the project the platform to undertake more detailed planning for the development of a regional high level sporting hub. During preparation of the 2019 Masterplan, significant community and stakeholder consultation occurred which included surveys, interviews, face to face meetings, and site inspections with the current user groups of the site. This feedback and information will be embedded and considered in the Studio Nine work. Justin Cucchiarelli, Director of Studio Nine Architects was excited to get started. “The Studio Nine team are looking forward to working with Council and the community on this important project for the Naracoorte region,” he said. “As we have successfully done with numerous sporting complexes across our State, our team will focus on understanding the community’s needs to design a centre that meets their requirements. We will work within
the completed masterplan framework and build on the research and consultation that has already been undertaken, weaving in the history of Naracoorte and the Limestone Coast into the narrative of our final concept design.” The footprint of the new facility will include: • 4 indoor netball and basketball courts • 5 Squash Courts • Combined and unisex sports clubrooms and changerooms with universally accessible toilets • Hydrotherapy Pool (5m x 4m) • 25m Swimming Pool • Spectator Seating • Offices, storage and foyer space • Canteen, function area and outdoor bar facilities The Regional Sports Centre has regional significance to the Limestone Coast and will have positive long lasting physical, economic, social, and
environmental benefits, not only for the sports centre stakeholders and the local community, but also for the region. To help guide the process, council will establish a project steering committee to work with Studio Nine Architects during design development. The project is set to commence in May this year and is anticipated to take 4-5 months to complete. The community is encouraged to remain up to date through Council’s Facebook Page and the Your Say Naracoorte Lucindale page, where a forum is set up for general comments. • Your Say - yoursay. naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au • Facebook - facebook.com/ naracoortelucindalecouncil • Email - email@example.com • Phone (08)8760 1100
Get your groove on Orchestra on 2021 recruiting drive The Limestone Coast Symphony Orchestra (LCSO) is back on track next month, preparing for its eighth season of concerts, which was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID. This regional orchestra comprises a group of passionate musicians from across the Limestone Coast who rehearse together during the South Australian school Term 2 and present a concert at the end of June. This is a wonderful opportunity for the musicians to play and the community to listen to a range of classical music styles. Choral works involving local singers form part of the program and previous concerts have all been received enthusiastically. This year the LCSO is planning its gala concerts which will be in Mount Gambier on June 26 and Millicent on June 27. The program is yet to be finalised but includes works by ClaudeMichel Schonberg, Alec Wilder, Ronald Binge, Cui, and traditional and Australian composers. Popular soloists for the season are Amy Williams (soprano), Jordan Mansell (trumpet), Tamara Joukoff (cello), Scott Gunn (flute)
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Dancers back to vie for the glitter ball trophy Stand Like Stone Foundation major fundraiser returns to the 2021 social calendar
The glitter ball trophy will go back on the line this year with the return of the Stand Like Stone Foundation’s major fundraiser Swinging with the Stars. Shelved in 2020 due to COVID, the selected stars will still get to sashay and twirl their way across The Barn dancefloor on June 19 this year, as well as ramping up some fundraising activities
in the lead up, given the event has provides important financial support to keeping the community foundation up and running. It also raises a significant amount of money that is used for important grants and scholarships for the benefit of the Limestone Coast community. Stand Like Stone Foundation CEO Anne Kerr was thrilled to be
able return the popular event, that is always a sell out, to its rightful place in the region’s 2021 social calendar. “We are all so thrilled to be able to bring Swinging with the Stars back this year, with the majority of 2020 stars able to dance again,” Mrs Kerr said. “Our stars really are amazing. They’re all so passionate about raising funds and awareness
CLASS OF 2021 – DANCER PROFILES
• Bryce Smith, a 2020 star, PE and maths teacher from Kingston who is ready to put himself out of his comfort zone and show his students that he has the moves like Jagger! • 2020 star and that coffee guy from Bricks & Mortar Coffee Co, Peter Loring, may know how to create the perfect brew, but can he improve his dad dancing enough to win the prize? • Whilst 2020 star Stephen Holmes may be more comfortable working in the earth moving industry, he will definitely be working his moves on the dancefloor by June. • Self-confessed crazy cat lady Caroline Barr is back for 2021. She loves crystals and Pilates, but will they be enough to help her channel her inner Shakira and bring home the title this year? • Port MacDonnell’s own Fred Astaire and 2020 dancer, Randall Jones is swapping the beach for the dance studio as he raises money for his community this year. • Grant High School teacher Marian Hodson will become the student once again as she studies dancing and learns to jive. • World travelling Penola girl Kate Palm will trade traveling, event planning, farming and cellar door sales for waltzing as she raises money for her community.
for Stand Like Stone, as well as learning how to bust a move or two and have some fun on the dancefloor.” The virtual event held last year that saw some of the stars, as well as other members of the community, enter videos of their dance moves, certainly kept the even front of mind but returning to the glitz and glamour of the gala performance is what puts the fun into this fundraiser. Under the tutelage of Kim Cella and the team at Hype Dance the stars hitting the dancefloor at the Barn on June 19 will be Kingston teacher Bryce Smith, coffee afficionado Peter Loring, Stephen Holmes, who spends his days in the earth moving industry, selfconfessed crazy cat lady Caroline Barr and 2020 virtual dance champion Randall Jones.
Injury has precluded Lucindale’s Holly Hannaford from strutting her stuff on the dance floor and a replacement is still in the works, while two new stars have been added for the 2021 event, with Grant High teacher Marian Hodson and Penola jack of all trades Kate Palm. “Swinging with the Stars really is an amazing even,” Mrs Kerr said. “Not only do our stars have a lot of fun raising money for Stand Like Stone Foundation, but they do so knowing that the money they raise will have a positive and lasting impact for the people of the Limestone Coast community, through the grants and educational scholarships provided by the foundation.” For more information, or to donate, visit www.standlikestone. com.au
Standing ovation Penola Coonawarra Acoustic Music Gathering looks set to secure a permanent spot on events calendar
Dim sim sausage rolls 1 cup thinly sliced green cabbage 1/2 cup coarsely grated carrot 11/2 teaspoons salt 500g pork mince 2 garlic cloves, finely grated 1/4 cup thinly sliced green shallots 1/4 cup finely chopped water chestnuts 1 tablespoon soy sauce 1 teaspoon cornflour 1 teaspoon sesame oil 1/4 teaspoon white pepper 2 sheets frozen puff pastry, just thawed 2 egg yolks, lightly whisked Sesame seeds, to sprinkle (optional) DIPPING SAUCE 2 tablespoons soy sauce 1 tablespoon white vinegar 1 long fresh red chilli, thinly sliced Method Place the cabbage and carrot in a large bowl and sprinkle with salt. Mix until well combined. Set aside for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, to make the dipping sauce, combine all ingredients in a small bowl. Set aside. Preheat oven to 220°C/200°C fan forced. Line a large baking tray with non-stick baking paper. Use your hands to squeeze out as much liquid as possible from the cabbage mixture and transfer mixture to a large bowl. Add the pork, garlic, shallot, water chestnuts, soy sauce, cornflour, sesame oil and white pepper. Mix until well combined. Cut each pastry sheet in half. Arrange a quarter of the pork mixture along the centre of each pastry strip. Roll up to form a log. Turn logs seam-side down. Cut each into 5 pieces and place on the prepared tray. Brush with egg yolk. Sprinkle with sesame seeds, if using. Place in the fridge for 15 minutes to chill. Bake sausage rolls for 15-20 minutes or cooked through and pasty is puffed and golden. Serve with the dipping sauce.
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They came from far and wide and have committed to returning in 2022, so it is safe to assume the Penola Coonawarra Acoustic Music Gathering was a success and is here to stay. Held from March 12-14, almost 500 people attended the inaugural event, and organising committee chair Anne Miller could not be happier with how the festival was reviewed by performers and attendees alike. “It went exceptionally well,” she said. “The town, the venue, it really was a happy, happy place to be and everyone left with a grin on their face.” If she was being picky, the only area for improvement would have been the weather on Saturday. “But if it doesn’t rain you haven’t been to a music festival,” she said. Visitors came from as far afield as the Northern Territory and Queensland, with a strong contingent from Melbourne and big numbers from Adelaide, and with 200 weekend passes sold, and compliments flowing for the organisation of the weekend, its future looks assured.
“We got a standing ovation for organising the festival,” Anne said. “I have never been to a festival where they have given organisers a standing ovation – it was very touching that people did that.” And the congratulations continued as people, both performers and visitors, bid their farewell to the region, and locals congratulating Anne and her team in the past week. “People were saying we’ll be back next year and bringing our friends,” Anne said. “That was a common sentiment – it was such a happy place to be.” And while the three day performance program was on the end of rave reviews, so was the innovative schools and youth mentoring programs that run in conjunction with the acoustic music gathering. Around 95 primary school children part of the schools program and 30 high school and teachers from a Naracoorte and Mount Gambier
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Riddoch Gallery unveils two new exhibitions A photo media artist & local talent all on show Two exhibitions, Sub-Liminal and Shifting Art Interventions opened at the Riddoch Art Gallery on Friday. One exhibition is the work of Tasmanian based photo-media artist Paul Snell and the other is a collection that sees contributions from local artists. Sub-Liminal is the Paul Snell exhibition - it investigates the transformation of photographic modes of production and the manipulation and exploitation of data to invent new visual forms. “By rhythmically repeating, pairing, overlapping, reversing and sequencing through the investigations of specific colour relationships, Snell seeks a sensory understanding of the physical object,” Riddoch Art Gallery director and manager arts and culture development Dr. Melentie Pandilovski said. “These pieces are not representations of certain realities; they are their own reality,” The gallery director sid Snell’s work was increasingly significant in an image driven society. “In his work, the daily saturation of images is replaced by selective sensitisation,” he said. “Snell’s pieces continue the exploration of non-representative forms to examine the possibilities of abstraction and minimalism in photo-media.” Shifting Art Interventions is an exhibition of six Australian artists thinking outside of the box. Queensland-based Chris Bennie, and five South Australian artists, Mel Cecotti, April Hague, Anthony Hamilton, Deborah Rogers, and Henry Jock Walker explore society through paintings, objects, and installations, presenting bodily memories and experiences of authenticity through the process of improvisation. “The exhibition follows the rhythm of dichotomies, local and global at the same time, settled and nomadic, urban and regional, engaged in both appropriation and representation, their art practice seemingly distant yet so intimately close,” Dr Pandilovski said. “The artists utilise masterful insights of the banality of spectacle by exploring the value of physical and temporal dimensions when
working with mural-painting, wetsuits, videos, surfing, performance, and painting. “The exhibition, more than anything else, presents the new Australian art and spirit of collaboration, conveying thus the complexity of experience.” An in-conversation event with the artists from Shifting Art Interventions was held Friday on opening night. Chris Bennie, Mel Cecotti, April Hague, Anthony Hamilton, Deborah Rogers and Henry Jock Walker presented their installations
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and gave brief introductory talks describing their art and addreng questions from the public and fellow-artists. Both exhibition will be on display until May 9 - Sub-Liminal in the Cathleen Edkins Gallery and Shifting Art Interventions in the Main Gallery and Margaret Scott Gallery. TWO NEW EXHIBITIONS: (Above from top) The work of April Hague; the work of Henry Jock Walker and a peice from the Sub-Luminal exhibition of Paul Snell.
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ideas to encourage participants to improve and prevent chronic disease conditions. “There has been great engagement with the Community Challenge, and I have distributed lots of checklists for completion,” Healthy Lifestyle Coordinator Vicki Fabris said. “People who have registered using the QR code were in the draw for the first round of monthly participant prizes.
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Please consult your doctor with any concerns before embarking on the challenge. The Integrated Wellbeing Service (IWS) is a partnership initiative of FocusOne Health, Summit Health and Murray Mallee General Practice Network and funded by Country SA PHN for targeted communities of South Australia with populations of less than 5000 people. The IWS team works with Robe and Kingston Medical Clinics and the local Allied Health Professionals to assist with chronic disease services in the Limestone Coast. To find out more about the IWS program contact Vicki from FocusOne Health on 0499 030 084 or visit www.focusonehealth.com. au KINGTSON WINNER: (Far left) Lyn Possingham. ROBE WINNERS: (Above centre) Robe Winner Mary Ross (right) with Georgia Perkins, of Exercise Perks and (above right) Robe winner Val Fennell at Robe Visitor Centre.
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Never too young to dabble in the arts Fairyland painting session proves popular as the Fringe Mount Gambier focuses on kids Fringe Mount Gambier has always captured the imagination of the local community and its death knock cancellation on the eve of the popular festival last year devastated organisers, performers, venue operators and the potential audience alike. Initially planning for the 2021 Fringe Mount Gambier was low key and based on a limited program but as support grew and restrictions eased, the program exploded, adding more diversity of experiences than ever before with even toddlers, courtesy of a Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre program, playing a role. The Under 5 Fairyland Painting program was hugely popular with gallery programming assistant Emma Telford fielding around 15
calls the morning of the booked out session for people wanting to get involved and while numbers were limited the sensory painting experience was one of the success stories of the 2021 Fringe program. “Quite often there is events for older children and adults but we really wanted to target younger families,” Miss Telford said. “The sensory painting is a popular program we used to run with groups of 30 to 40 but since COVID it is one of those things that has been lost so it was great to offer this limited session. Families were craving a little bit of creative time and a chance to get out of the house. There definitely is a demand for activities like this for kids this young.”
Mount Gambier turns blue as part of Fringe 2021 competition
Fringe Mount Gambier organisers encouraged business, community groups and individuals alike to transform their shopfronts and homes into Enchanted Woodlands and a wave of blue throughout the community emerged as a result. The competition, part of the FringeUP! component of the 2021 program, has now been run and won. WINNERS Business ac.care Mount Gambier Residential 3 Lake Terrace School Kongorong Primary School (pictured above)
Beare dominates Local hope claims State Title at home track Mount Gambier’s Anthony Beare continue to fill his trophy cabinet, claiming the South Australian Street Stock Title ahead of next month’s national street stock titles in Western Australia. Hosted at Beare’s home track, the multiple State and national titleholder was never troubled in the A Main, leading from go to whoa with the real battle going on behind him for the minor placings. Beare was joined in the final by fellow locals Jayden Edwards, Jason Duell and reigning titleholder Steve Gartner but Beare was the only local driver to make the podium – standing on that all too familiar number one position. For the vast majority of the title decider, Beare was three or four car lengths in the clear, lapping plenty of his rivals along the way. When motor sport ground to a halt in 2020, Beare used the time off the track to work on his car and that preparation looks to have already paid dividends. “The break has probably given me time to get the cars ready and make them better because every job that you’ve always had
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- 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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LOT 1 MT PERCY RD, COMPTON
LAND $185,000 5,025m2
- 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
LOT 33 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000 2,068m2
LOT 37 WILLIAM ST, ALLENDALE EAST $99,000-$108,000 2,068m2
- 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!
Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Gail Richards 0409 268 199
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Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
- 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
HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY 23RD APRIL 2021 AT 12 NOON (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) Welcome to 2 Conroe Drive, Mount Gambier, offering an attractive family home, located in the highly sought after Conroe Drive area. The home offers 3 bedrooms all with built-in robes, open plan kitchen/dining/living area featuring gas/electric cooking. Separate formal lounge offering reverse cycle split air conditioning. Outside features include a large pergola area and single car garage under the main roof with remote roller door. The secure rear yard offers access to the large colour bond shed, perfect for the boat or caravan. This property is currently in a fixed term lease until July 2021 with excellent tenants, paying $290 per week.
5/9A SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER
- Private allotment within walking distance to CBD - Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a central location - All services available ready for building your dream home - Great location near Reidy Park School & Tenison College - ONLY 1 ALLOTMENT LEFT!l Al Lamond 0418 849 266 44 ST. ANDREWS DR, WORROLONG
LAND $150,000 778m2
- Beautiful views of the lush, manicured fairway! - Fairway Estate offers a wonderful lifestyle choice for those who are looking for a piece of serenity - Within minutes from the Marketplace Shopping Precinct - Flat allotment that is approximately 778m2
Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
8 DRY CREEK RD, DONOVANS $99,000-$108,000 389m2
- Get your building plans ready and start planning your weekends away in Donovans - This fabulous block of approximately 389m2 will provide you with views of the Glenelg River - Power and STEDS run past the block
Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281
6 COBBLESTONE CRT, MT GAMBIER
- Last vacant allotment available in well established area amongst quality homes - Elevated block of 819m2 - Close to MacDonald Park PS, St Martins Lutheran School & sporting complex - All services connected & plans available for purchaser Al Lamond 0418 849 266 GLENBURNIE HEIGHTS
LAND 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 SHELLSEA CRT, PELICAN POINT
LAND Contact Agent
- 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
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | www.gebhardts.com.au | Phone 08 8725 5766 NEW
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65-67 Commercial Street West
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6 Bengalee Crescent
15 Gardiner Terrace
$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!
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312 Commercial Street West
$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.
A unique opportunity to live and work from home S.T.C.C. A beautiful & grand character home set on over half acre. Huge high clearance shedding, high exposure site – zoned light industrial. Work from home or lease the sheds!
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2/31a Sturt Street
Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!
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Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell
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.
103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell
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.
It’s all about location – wonderful low maintenance family home in A1 position. Spacious living areas, bedrooms & outdoor entertaining. Surrounded by quality & established homes. Short walk to Blue Lake, shops & main street. Don’t Delay!
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
$285,000-$310,000 3 1 2 Lovely neat & tidy family home ready to move in and enjoy. Open plan living with slow combustion heating. All bedrooms including ceiling fans and built in wardrobes. Great undercover entertaining & rear yard access.
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.
4 2 2 $495,000-$525,000 Stunning family home in popular St Martins precinct. Quiet cul-de-sac location - beautiful outlook. Quality & trendy features throughout. Spacious living areas, outdoor entertaining area and enclosed rear yard. Family Perfection!
Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766
2/5a William Street
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COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 32 Commercial Street West
$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
$330 pw 3 2 1 • Three bedrooms, main with ensuite, all with BIR • Open plan kitchen/meals/ family area • Separate lounge • Main bathroom with spa • Ducted gas heating • Single garage under main roof • No pets
94 Commercial Street East
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37 CROUCH STREET NORTH, MOUNT GAMBIER N
1 PICK AVENUE, MOUNT GAMBIER
$115,000 3 1 1
$280/WEEK CENTRALLY LOCATED FAMILY HOME
Three bedrooms, main with built in robes. Kitchen/dining with electric cooking. Spacious lounge with gas heating. Bathroom with bath, shower and vanity. Laundry and separate toilet situated at rear of the home off of a mudroom. Spacious yard with single car garage. Bond $1680.00. 12 Month Fixed Lease. NO PETS.
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.
4 FAIRWAY COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
23 DERWENT COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER
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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.
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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6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER
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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.
$235,000 TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY
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This spacious family home is conveniently located within walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School, is situated on a 643m2 Allotment and offers spacious family living. Comprising three bedrooms, two with built in Robes, a generous lounge area with slow combustion wood heating and a reverse cycle split system for your convenience, kitchen with pantry, double sink and a breakfast bar overlooking the dining area, large bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, even the toilet is spacious! Outside features include a single car garage with a remote roller door, a garden shed, an undercover BBQ area and with the addition of 1 small gate the rear yard will be secure and offer the perfect space for the kids and pets to enjoy.
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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
14 Arthur St, Penola $690,000 - $695,000
Jade 0421 383 368
Wendy 0468 692 993
2 Premises on 1 Title
OPTION TO REMAIN ACCOMMODATION OR LONG TERM RENTAL
252 Commercial St West, Mt Gambier $695,000 - $705,000
Sam 8724 9999
Courtney 8724 9999
Selena 8724 9999
Kathy 8733 1989
19 Hutchesson St, Millicent Long term tenants rented at $170pw $179,000 Jason Malseed
Kelli 8724 9999
347 Tantanoola Rd, Tantanoola $130,000
Tanya 8724 9999
Emilia 8724 9999
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9% Return on Investment P.A.
Graeme 0419 806 410 Sales
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Paris (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager
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25 O’HALLORAN TERRACE, MOUNT GAMBIER
49 ONE AND ALL DRIVE, CAPE JAFFA
EAST GAMBIER FISH SHOP
Your Mates in Real Estate
OPEN Saturday 27th 10.00am - 10.45am $115,000 WIWO
GREAT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY!
Busy Business with good profit Operating 6 days a week
Regular long term clientele Walk in walk out - genuine reason for sale
AN IRRESISTIBLE LIFESTYLE CHOICE!
Elevated allotment with Panoramic Views of Lacapede Bay and the stunning Cape Jaffa Anchorach Marina Generous Allotment of 873m
Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410
WHEN LOCATION IS EVERYTHING!
High ceilings, chandeliers, ornate high ceilings Updated open plan kitchen/living area
Three bedrooms plus study nook Second toilet, s/c wood heating & arch windows
Kitchen with 5 burner gas cooktop, electric oven Second living area or formal dining space
Double car carport with access to rear yard Study nook - ideal for studying or work from home
Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410
Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410
168 NORTH TERRACE, MOUNT GAMBIER
4 IRVEN STREET, PORT MACDONNELL
OPEN Saturday 27th 11.00am - 11.45am
OPEN Saturday 27th 12.30pm - 1.00pm
4 generous size bedrooms Master bedroom with ensuite
A PLACE WITH SPACE!
Huge lounge with wood heater & r/c air conditioner Open plan kitchen/dining area
Separate family room or 4th bedroom Single Garage UMR plus double carport
Transformed 4 bedroom stone home Two living areas + ducted air con system
Master with WIR & Ensuite Baltic timber kitchen with electric cooking
Approx. 4m x 3m garden shed & woodshed Paved entertaining area & manageable yard
18m x 9m c/bond shed with workshop & loft Huge undercover entertaining area
Extra features include new ducted r/c air con system, freshly painted, new H/W service
Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410
Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410
(08) 8725 8037 | www.limestonere.com.au | 178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier
Time to be transformed weeks with a completion date of end of May 2021. Stage 1 will be the demolition, clearing the area and construction of infrastructure. Stage 2 will be the landscaping, garden beds and lawn. Frances Progress Association Chair Richard Pilmore said the croject was a real community boost in the wake of a challenging year with COVID-19 and would make a big difference to the town, especially for the Frances General Store and Frances Hotel. He said it would give community members and visitors alike a nice place to sit and enjoy. More information on the project will be at www.yoursay. naracoortelucindale.sa.gov. au/frances-town-squareredevelopment The area will also provide a walkway from Second and Fourth street intersections, capturing the old Church pillars and leading to a
Key new features of the design are:
gazebo with seating and a table. The project will be undertaken in two main stages and full construction will take between 6-8
• Timberwork throughout such as log seating and log steppers for children to play • Stonework in the form of ‘crazy pave’, pebbles, boulders and recycled clay bricks • Granulated sand pathways in a natural sand colour • Garden beds and a dedicated central lawn area • Street furniture such as picnic settings and benches • Items for interest and attraction such as nature play, a giant water hand pump, flagpole and information shelter
RLA 263 296
Honouring a veteran
Francis Town Square set for a dynamic makeover Naracoorte Lucindale Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Landscape It as the lead contractor for the $212,000 Frances Town Square Redevelopment. Landscape It has undertaken landscaping and open space projects since 2008 and comes to this project with recent experience with neighbouring Victorian councils. Creating a shared community open space for the Frances community and visitors to the township was a key recommendation from the Frances Masterplan 2019-2029. Council recently purchased additional land in Frances to facilitate an improved town square that is both usable and attractive. The landscape design will be based on environmental and nature-based themes, with low maintenance gardens, native grasses and drought-resilient plantings.
COMPLETE COASTAL RETREAT!
TRANSFORMING THE TOWN CENTRE: - Paul McRostie (Naracoorte Lucindale Council Manager Planning & Compliance), Jayne Hembury (Frances General Store owner and Frances Progress Association Committee Member and Richard Pilmore (Frances Progress Association Chair) at the site of the Frances Town Square Redevelopment.
Member for Barker Tony Pasin has presented a 75th anniversary medallion to commemorate the 75th anniversary from the end of World War Two and Ms Marjorie Bruhn’s service during that conflict. Mr Pasin visited Marjorie Bruhn at her home at Boandik Lodge earlier this month. Marjorie Bruhn enlisted at 19 years old and stationed at Darley in Victoria and served her nation for three years. “Barker has a rich Second World War history and is proud to be the home to veterans from this remarkable generation of Australians like Marjorie who served our nation during the Second World War,” Mr Pasin said. “I encourage all veterans, or the family members of living veterans on their behalf, to apply to receive a medallion and certificate as a special thank you from a grateful nation for all they have done.”
19. The Idea of Perfection and The Secret River are books by which award winning Australian author? 20. In which year was Australia’s Port Arthur massacre? 21. The filled, layered pastry dish strudel comes to us from which country’s cuisine? 22. With which instrument do we most associate jazz icon Louis Armstrong? 23. What colour is the star on the North Korean flag? 24. What nationality is retired tennis champion Justine Henin? 25. Brydon Coverdale, Matt Parkinson and Issa Schultz are all regulars on which TV quiz show? 26. In which sport do teams compete for the Stanley Cup? 27. A chessboard has how may squares? 28. What was the name of the Taylor Swift album that took out the 2021 Album of the Year at the Grammys?
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1. Who is Australia’s Federal Treasurer? 2. Poet’s Corner is a famous section of which British church? 3. Which song and artist won Record of the Year at the recent Grammy Awards? 4. How many clubs are part of the AFL competition? 5. In 1983, who succeeded outgoing Prime Minister Malcom Fraser as Liberal Party leader? 6. Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo is driving for which team in the 2021 season? 7. “Missed it by that much” is a catchphrase from which 1960s sitcom? 8. Typically an amethyst is which colour? 9. Who took home the award for Best New Artist at the 2021 Grammys? 10. Under Milk Wood was a radio drama created by which Welsh poet? 11. Which three colours make up the Irish flag? 12. Glenorchy is a city in which Australian State? 13. Who wrote the best selling book The Barefoot Investor? 14. Name the original five members of the pop sensation One Direction. 15. Housed by the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy, what religious event is depicted in a mural by Leonardo Da Vinci? 16. What is the official language of Colombia? 17. Beyonce broke the Grammy Awards record for the most Grammys won by a singer at the 2021 ceremony – how many has she won? 18. Who did Jimmy Fallon replace as host of The Tonight Show in 2014?
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RURAL RUNDOWN Tickets on sale for ag showcase
Fishing in focus Government responds to industry calls
South Australia’s AgTech showcase AdvanceAg is back bigger and better at the Adelaide Convention Centre for 2021 with tickets now available. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said the July 23 event is touted to be the premier event on the Australian AgTech calendar this year. “The inaugural AdvanceAg in 2020 had more than 300 attendees and the feedback was extremely positive,” Minister Basham said. “We are hoping AdvanceAg 2021 will be even bigger and provide a platform for farmers and technology providers and everyone in between to collaborate to encourage greater uptake of productivity enhancing technologies. “It’s estimated increasing the uptake of technology on-farm could return up to $2.6 billion per annum to the South Australian economy and support local jobs, so removing barriers to adoption is a priority. This event is part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s commitment to accelerating the use of AgTech by the state’s primary producers to increase productivity and profitability as we aim to reach food, wine and agribusiness revenue of $23 billion by 2030.” The State Government’s AgTech Advisory Group independent chair Dr Leanna Read said the 2021 event aims to build on last year’s success, with a key focus this year on sharing producers’ real-life experiences with adopting technology.
“Not only will we have keynote speakers but we will have breakout sessions focused on a number of industries and technologies, and a pitch session,” Dr Read said. “There are many AgTech events across Australia that demonstrate ‘blue sky’ technology but the aim of AdvanceAg is to showcase affordable technology solutions to farmers they can readily adopt.” Elders Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Mark Allison said the iconic agricultural company was proud to be part of AdvanceAg for the second time. “Now in our 182nd year, Elders are a proud Australian company who started right here in South Australia. We’ve witnessed the great disruptors of the 19th and 20th centuries and continue to be actively involved in supporting and driving the newest disruptors to our industry,” said Mr Allison. “Elders recognises, more than ever, the importance of innovation and the advancement of AgTech to match the needs of producers across Australia. Events like AdvanceAg are crucial to the growth of our industry which is why Elders are proud to be the major sponsor.” There is an opportunity for the agricultural community to get involved in AdvanceAg, with exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities on offer to support the event. To purchase tickets for the event and for further information, visit www. advanceagsa.com.au
Millicent Market Report Agents yarded 256 liveweight cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last week, returning to selling after the completion of the Mount Gambier markets. A similar sized yarding of mostly good quality cattle was offered to the regular processor buying field, with the return of a major buyer absent for several months. An additional restocker order strengthened bidding on pens offering a both ways option on quality. Several pens of well finished heavy steers ranged from 330 c/kg to 451 c/kg. Yearling steers ranged from 378 c/kg to 472 c/kg and yearling heifers from 350 c/kg to 462 c/kg. There was a very limited number of vealers offered. Vealer steers from 455 c/kg to 470 c/kg. Vealer heifers ranged from 445 c/kg to 465 c/kg. Cows sold from 150 c/kg to 315 c/kg. Seventeen bulls were offered, returning 200 c/kg to 270 c/kg. The yarding averaged 384.48 c/kg. Overall the sale was firm on last sale to slightly dearer for some pens. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held on Wednesday, April 7.
A range of fines for rogue fishers who break the rules have increased for the first time in 30 years after the Marshall Liberal Government responded to industry calls for heavier penalties. The increased fines were announced last year but came into effect last Friday. The decision to change the expiation fees is in response to calls from the fishing sector and followed a review conducted in 2019. The review of fines found many fishing offences and penalties have been unchanged since 1989 when the power to issue expiation notices was introduced. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said the previous fines were too low and no longer a deterrent for doing the wrong thing. “From Friday this week rogue fishers who are caught doing the wrong thing will have a significant hit to the hip pocket,” Minister Basham said. “The recreational and commercial fishing sectors have consistently said current fines are too low and not an effective deterrent and this has been reiterated by my Recreational Fishing Advisory Council. “An increase in fishing fines has
been long overdue with some remaining unchanged for 30 years and price of seafood has risen well above these penalties. “The Marshall Liberal Government takes our seafood sustainability seriously, and those who think the rules don’t apply to them have a rude shock coming their way. “In one example last month, a group of three people were issued with a $100 expiation each after being caught with 47 undersized blue swimmer crabs, but from Friday the fine will be $625 each. “In another case a fisher was caught with an undersized blue swimmer crab and two undersize King George Whiting for which he was issued a $50 expiation. With King George whiting costing up
to $100 per kilogram a $50 fine is hardly a deterrent and from Friday this will be a $375 fine. “We know that most people do the right thing, but these new fines will act as a deterrent for thinking about doing the wrong thing. “Remember, if you see someone breaking the fishing rules, report the activity to the 24-hour FISHWATCH on 1800 065 522, or on the SA Fishing App.” There are 128 individual offences with increased penalties for recreational and commercial fishers (including boat, bag, size and gear restrictions). For more information about South Australian fishing rules head to www.pir. sa.gov.au/fishing/recreational_ fishing
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Agents yarded 7918 sheep at Hamilton this week, a decrease of 7,840. It was another very good offering of sheep with more weight that the previous week. All weights and grades were available. All the regular buyers were in attendance, but not always fully active in a market that was very strong. Good medium sheep, and the very light sheep, sold for $10 to $15/head dearer with heavy sheep over 30kg, $20/head dearer. Light weight 2 score sheep sold from $83 to $129/head to average between 680c and 750c/kg cwt. Medium weight 3 score sheep sold from $140 to $168/head, averaging around 700c to 730c/kg cwt. Heavy merino ewes sold from $170 to $220, with heavy merino wethers making from $162 to $207/head. Heavy crossbred ewes sold to a top of $250/head averaging around 650c/kg. The general cost of mutton averaging 680c to 700c/kg cwt. Hoggets sold to $190/head. Rams, terminal sires to $64 and Merino rams to $198/head.
Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers rose as agents yarded 2127 lambs and 322 sheep to total 2449 head overall. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers seeking lambs to grow on. Quality was mixed over the offering which resulted in some mixed results in the pricing. Light lambs to the trade ranged from $118 to $138 as the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score selection sold up to $147/head. Restockers sourced light weights from $82 to $148 and they paid from $150 to $173/head for those with better conditioning. Tradeweight 3 score lambs made from $162 to $176 to be firm in price as the heavy pens made from $176 to $200 and the few extra heavy types sold from $210 to a market high of $238/head. Hoggets ranged from $105 to $133 as the light sheep returned from $120 to $150 with the heavier types making from $160 to $190 as rams sold to $60/head.
Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers rose as agents yarded 829 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was mixed with something to suit all orders with a positive demand in most areas leading to an increase in pricing. Vealer steers to the trade ranged from 470c to 494c with similar heifers making from 436c to 499c/kg. Feeders sought steers to 460c and heifers to 468c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 420c to 496c as the heifer portion returned from 360c to 445c/kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 400c to 470c and heifers from 380c to 475c as restockers purchased steers from 450c to 480c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks ranged from firm to 7c better as they ranged from 308c to 388c as feeders operated from 370c to 428c and a run of pastoral types made from 305c to 342c/kg. Grown heifers made from 330c to 382c to the trade with feeders active here from 305c to 376c as manufacturing steers returned from 280c to 326c/kg. Heavy cows to the trade made from 288c to 321c to lift 12c as the lighter types returned from 190c to 278c/kg. Feeders operated from 261c to 317c with a run of pastoral types making from 247c to 278c as bulls ranged from 210c to 290c/kg.
RURAL RUNDOWN Harvest figures looking good Fourth largest harvest on record South Australia’s 2020-21 grain crop is estimated to reach 9.2 million tonnes - the fourth largest harvest on record. The State Government’s latest Crop and Pasture Report tips the production estimate at 9.2 million tonnes from 4 million hectares sowed; well above the long-term 10-year average of 7.9 million tonnes. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said many farmers are buoyed about growing a bumper crop after lower harvests in recent years due to drought. “It is a demonstration of resilience from our farmers to bounce back after a number of tough seasons,” said Minister Basham. “The 2020-21 harvest is estimated to be the biggest ever crop for several districts, breaking production and yield records including in areas such as the southern and northern Murray Mallee, lower South East and Kangaroo Island, while Lower Murray, Lower North and Upper
North all had second grain highest production on record. “An increase in area grown for canola, some pulse crops and to a lesser extent wheat has been attributed to good soil moisture reserves and a late switch away from barley crops due to market restrictions. “Some farmers also decided to crop additional paddocks originally intended for pasture which increased the crop area to over 4 million hectares for the first time since 2013-14. “A shining light of the 2020-21 harvest was growth in the pastoral zone with significant rainfall in early August 2020 and late Spring contributing to filling water stores and promoting significant feed regeneration, resulting in animals either being brought back from agistment or new stock being purchased for restocking.” The report finds that while growth rates of pastures increased with the wetter spring conditions, pasture production was less than normal. With indications that La Niña in the Pacific Ocean has now likely peaked, the Bureau of
Meteorology climate outlook is for a moderate probability of being wetter than average to April. To read the full Crop and Pasture report, visit pir.sa.gov.au/cropreport
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB
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WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 15,080 lambs at Hamilton this week a decrease of 5000. It was another very good offering of quality trade lambs There was a full contingent of processers and restockers were in attendance and fully active. Restocking competition was keen due to to the overall quality on offer. Restockers came from Shepparton Albury and local areas in a sale that was firm $5 softer over most categories with the strongest competition being on the better shorn lambs in the 22 to 25 kg bracket. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $84to $143/head, averaging from 800c and 1077c/kg cwt. nearly all of theses lambs returning to the paddock. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $146 to $186, to average between 810and 830c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $173to $206, to average from 790c and 810c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $238/head, to average 720c/kg to 750c/kg cwt. Hoggets three score made to $191.
Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMB Numbers fell as agents yarded less lambs but slightly more sheep with 4677 lambs and 1344 sheep combining to total 6021 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a number of restockers also active across the market. Quality was mixed with something to suit all buyers as lambs ranged from firm to a little softer in price.
Light lambs to the trade ranged from $57 to $155 as the light weight 2 and 3 score selection returned from $142 to $158/head. Restockers sourced light lambs from $60 to $125 and they paid from $158 to $167/head for those with better conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $146 to $178 as the heavy pens returned from $173 to $200 as most sales here ranged from 750c to 780c/
kg cwt. The few extra heavy pens made from $201 to the market high of $240/head. Hoggets ranged from $125 to $209 as light sheep made from $94 to $109 with the medium weights making from $125 to $154/head. Heavy sheep returned from $178 to the high of $220 as wethers made from $146 to $182 with the rams selling from $67 to $142/head.
Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell away again as agents yarded 559 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with a larger contingent of restockers this week along with the normal feeder orders. Quality was mixed with a wide range on offer from well finished grain assisted pens down to store types as the market ended up with some mixed results. Yearling steers to the trade ranged from 390c to 468c to lift in price by 8c, as similar heifers made from 364c to 454c/kg. Feeder orders were active on steers from 392c to 484c and from 366c to 471c on heifers. There was increased restocker activity as they sourced steers from 376c to 482c, and heifers from 450c to 482c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks made from mainly 310c to 388c, with an isolated sale to 413c on lighter weights with feeder support to 382c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade sold from 334c to 400c, with feeders active here up to 358c/kg. Heavy cows eased 6c as they ranged from 285c to 315c/kg. The light weight types making from 257c to 278c, as restockers operated to 248c, and feeders to 268c/kg. Heavy weight bulls ranged from 220c to 290c, as light weights to feed made up to 407c/kg.
Stubble burning season opened on Monday 22. Permits can be obtained for the entire season but Council must be advised each day of the intent to burn. Conditions as contained in the permit will apply. The following information must be provided when applying for a permit: •Name •Grid Reference •Rural Property Address •Nearest Road •Property Details •What you are burning (stubble) •Total area to be burnt for the period of the permit To obtain a permit, contact your Council Office on during office hours.
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Be tolerant... I sometimes feel that we’ve gone too far with political correctness, being tolerant and polite. Don’t get me wrong, I think those concepts and qualities are vitally important. Addressing the many wrongs in our society and avoiding offense and disadvantage to particular groups is important. Showing acceptance to different cultures, faiths, races, gender choices and whatever else is
admirable and vital, as is being polite to people. So what’s my issue? At times we take these concepts to the extreme and it’s actually damaging to our society. For example I think we’ve become so tolerant that we tolerate intolerance. Someone says something which is ridiculous or offensive and there will be attitudes and expressions that the person has a right to have an opinion. Freedom of speech is a fundamental concept of a democracy but even then there still need to be limits. People can’t simply be allowed to say hateful comments, be they based on race, gender, sex, culture, religion or any other quality. I’m prepared to make abuse of Collingwood fans an exception to this rule. In a slightly different direction, I recently had a very significant situation which had me considering whether being polite was the most appropriate response; was I possibly being too polite and considerate of a person who had caused me great distress and disappointment? I attended a local bakery with a group of mates. I scanned the various delicious baked goods on offer, particularly the sweet sugary ones. There were various slices, hedgehog, peppermint, lemon amongst many others. There were fruity turnovers in apricot, apple and berry varieties. There were delicious donuts, holey, iced, jam and…hang on… an iced jam donut. That certainly got my attention. I’d never seen an iced
jam donut. Jam donuts have always been a favourite. Jam donut jam has to be one of the most addictive substances on the planet. Iced donuts are obviously an absolute winner too. Icing is the chicken salt of the donut world. It was hard to believe someone hadn’t thought of combining jam donuts and iced donuts before. Obviously I bought one which was where the problems started. As many of you would know I eat most foods in a very particular fashion. When it comes to jam donuts, I like to eat around the jam compartment in the donut, leaving the jammy bit until the very end. With an iced donut, I try to eat leaving heavy icing parts of the donut until last. With the two things combined, the jam was my priority, but I was keen to end with a jammy icingy bite at the end if possible. I studied the donut carefully and couldn’t see where the jam hole was which could give me a tip as to where I should start the donut. I took a careful bite and was pleased to find I’d missed the jam. I took another bite, and still no jam. No jam at the third bite, the fourth bite, the fifth bite. At this point I was starting to worry that it was a jam donut with only a small amount of jam. This is never a good outcome. I continued working on the iced jam donut and still no sign of the jam. Eventually it got to a point where I concluded there simply now wasn’t room for there to be jam in the donut. Sure enough, when I completed it there had not been a single drop of jam in the entire lying donut. At this point I had a choice to make. Do I go back into the bakery and discuss their falsely advertised
iced jam donut? Or do I be a polite, compliant man who doesn’t want to cause trouble or a scene, and simply accept the donut for what it was? Realistically, the bakery needed to be told that they’d put the wrong sign on their donut, or that possibly they’d forgotten to put the jam in. Maybe they needed to be told that I realised they’d scammed me and how disgraceful they were. Ultimately I did what most of us do which is not say anything. This may have been influenced by another recent situation I found myself in. One fast food restaurant has recently been running a limited edition menu item where you can purchase a little satchel of special seasoning to sprinkle onto your chips. I’ve found that literally every time I order the special chips, I don’t receive the special seasoning which I’d been craving, leaving me particularly disappointed. Generally I’ve put this down to them simply forgetting and just accepted my cruel fate. Most recently I found myself in this situation and decided I really needed to address the issue. With this in mind I headed to the counter and talked to the nice lady. Instead of telling me she’d forgotten, she informed me they’d run out of the seasoning. This was the point I got a little irritated. “Are you going to refund me for the seasoning?” I queried. Now in all honesty that was a pretty petty request from me. The two satchels
cost fifty cents each so I was asking her to refund me one dollar. But at that moment it was the principle. I’d paid for something; she was working in a service industry; she knew that she hadn’t provided me something I’d paid for; she should have proactively dealt with it and offered to refund me. With a little irritation in her voice she confirmed that she would refund me and went about doing so. With the red mist over my eyes, I didn’t realise that she’d refunded me for the satchels and the chips until I’d returned to my table. I hadn’t wanted to be refunded for the chips as well, because I knew I was still going to eat them and enjoy them (although not as much as I would with the special salt). But boy I felt guilty about getting refunded the extra money for something that I subsequently ate anyway. Quite obviously I’m still carrying the guilt around now. So maybe it was karma that my donut was missing its jam. It was a pretty good donut, but I’d still really like to know what an iced jam donut tastes like. If you know where I can find iced jam donuts, email me at robbietansel@ gmail.com
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TV THURSDAY, MARCH 25
THURSDAY MARCH 25
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TV FRIDAY, MARCH 26 NINE SA
FRIDAY MARCH 26
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TV SATURDAY, MARCH 27
SATURDAY MARCH 27
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TV MONDAY, MARCH 29
MONDAY MARCH 29
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Selection criteria includes: • A genuine and discernible passion for the motor industry, including service and repair • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with others • An ability to follow instructions, plan, prioritise and meet deadlines • A genuine interest in training and learning opportunities • Attention to detail - ensuring high standards are being met
Saw Shop Coordinator NF McDonnell & Sons is a leader in the softwood timber industry providing quality products to both the domestic and export markets. Based in Mount Gambier and established in 1944 our company has always stayed true to its motto of “continual improvement is how we do business”. Our sawmill boasts the most state of the art equipment and technology for processing small diameter sawlogs in Australia. We require an experienced Saw Shop Coordinator to ensure the efficient operation of the Saw Shop in delivering saw and knife servicing to the saw lines by providing effective leadership to the team and by prioritising and co-ordinating the efforts of all Saw Shop team members including: work allocation, scheduling change-outs, setting saw & knife quality standards, trouble shooting and following up where needed. This role works very closely with production and maintenance. The Position The Saw Shop Coordinator will provide leadership to the Saw Shop Team in the provision of high quality service and apply their own trade skills with hands on work when required. Key activities will include: • Prioritising safety above all else • Efficient scheduling of saw and knife changes • Liaising between shifts, operations and maintenance • Setting quality and processing standards • Complete reporting requirements in an accurate and timely manner
General Manager Mount Gambier Bus Lines is seeking applications for the role of General Manager. Key responsibilities for this role include: • Day to day operation of a local bus business. • Preparation of rosters for all bus services and related activities of the Company. • Human resource management ensuring continuity of service for our customers. • Oversight of administrative functions of the business in conjunction with office staff and head office. • Liaise with Workshop Manager ensuring Fleet Maintenance of the highest level. • Ensuring contractual, legal and WH&S obligations are met. Whilst support will be provided to the role, the successful applicant will be a self-starting, organised person with skills in customer service and managing a workforce.
Essential Key Competencies and Selection Criteria: • Demonstrated knowledge of and extensive experience in saw technology and sawmilling industry, including high throughput saw lines, chipper heads, circular saws, bandsaws, and residual processing chippers. • Certificate III in Saw Technology (or equivalent) with preference for an Advanced Trade Certificate. • Self-motivated and able to use initiative • High levels of flexibility, initiative and willingness to take on a wide variety of tasks. • Ability to work effectively both autonomously and in a team situation. • Ability to think analytically to identify problems and provide a resolution. • Competent user of information and communication technology. • High level verbal and written communication skills • High level of interpersonal skills
You will also need: • Heavy Rigid License or the ability to obtain. • South Australian Driver’s Accreditation or the ability to obtain.
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Diploma Qualified or Certificate 3 Child Care Educator 20 Hours per week term time | 35 Hours per week vacation time Ongoing Position - Immediate Start St Martins Out of School Hours Care (SMOSHC) is a 26 place service. We are seeking a Diploma or Certificate 3 qualified child care educator, who is interested in progressing their career. This position will assist in providing high quality care to meet the physical, social, emotional and intellectual needs of individuals and groups of children. The position will assist with planning, implementing and evaluating developmentally appropriate programs for individuals and groups of children, in conjunction with other staff. For those applicants who currently hold a Certificate 3, the College would support the successful candidate to undertake study further to obtain their Diploma. Applications, including a cover letter and resume, and the contact details for three referees, should be submitted in PDF format via email by 29 March 2021. A copy of the job description/s can be found on the College website (www.stmartins.sa.edu.au).
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DEATH NOTICE Mechanical Fitter N.F. McDonnell & Sons are a leader in the softwood timber industry providing quality products to both the domestic and export markets. Based in Mount Gambier and established in 1944 our company has always stayed true to its motto of “continual improvement is how we do business”. Our sawmill boasts the most state of the art equipment and technology for processing small diameter sawlogs in Australia. There is an opportunity for an experienced Mechanical Fitter to join our team. The successful applicant: Shall be responsible for performing efficient mechanical maintenance through: • Planned preventative maintenance • Undertake mechanical repairs and refurbishment to required standards • Installation and troubleshooting of equipment • Complete job reporting in an accurate and timely manner • Actively contribute to a workplace culture where WHS is given the highest priority in all activities Essential Key Competencies and Selection Criteria: • Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical Trade (or equivalent) • Hands-on, post trade experience in maintenance fitting • Thorough understanding of contemporary maintenance requirements • Understanding of the relationship between maintenance and equipment reliability / uptime • Commitment to improving maintenance processes and equipment reliability by being proactive and having a sense of urgency when needed (eg breakdowns) • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate with maintenance and production personnel – including listening, verbally and in writing • Proven ability to manage own time, work in with others, follow work schedules, and liaising with supervisors and production personnel to complete maintenance work • Experienced with troubleshooting, fault finding and escalating to management when needed Desirable: • Current High Risk Work Licence • Timber industry or heavy engineering experience in maintenance and/or engineering construction Conditions: This is a fulltime position, subject to successful completion of a probation period. Offering an attractive salary package with above award wages and conditions. Family friendly shift roster Monday to Friday, 1 afternoon shift only per 6 week rotation, with an opportunity for weekend work and overtime in peak periods. Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential Applications including a covering letter and resume should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5.00 pm Friday, 23rd April 2021.
BOURCHIER Jim Stuart
Passed away peacefully at St Mary’s Aged Care, Mount Gambier on Monday 15th March 2021. Aged 91 years. Dearly Loved Husband of Estelle(dec) Much Loved Father and Father in-law of Gerald and Wendy; Robert and Aileen; Philip and Debbie; Nic (dec) and Angela; Chris and Kim.
Proposed Closure & Sale of Unmade Road Reserve, Hundred of Killanoola Council is currently considering a proposal to close and sell to an adjoining landowner a portion of unmade road reserve adjacent to Allotment 11, DP113487 and Section 321, hundred of Killanoola. In accordance with Council’s Community Engagement policy, the public is invited to Have Your Say and make formal representation to Council on the proposal.
Loved Brother of Joan(dec), Nance(dec), Phyllis(dec), Murray(dec), Vic(dec), Barbara, Midge(dec).
A copy of the Consultation Report detailing the proposal is available for viewing at Council’s Penola and Millicent Offices or on Council’s website www.wattlerange.sa.gov/haveyoursay
Adored Grandfather to Bradley, Matthew, Mark, Sarah, Jess, Simon, Rach, Harry and Emma.
Written submissions marked “PROPOSED ROAD CLOSURE” can be:
Great Grandfather to 10 Great Great Grandchildren. Sadly Missed
FUNERAL NOTICE The relatives and friends of the Late Mr Jim Stuart Bourchier are respectfully advised that his Funeral will be held at, Mount Gambier Crematorium Chapel, Grant Avenue Mount Gambier, Friday, 26th March 2021 commencing at 10:00am. In the Care of SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333
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Netballers earn place in State pathway program
Three South East based netballers have won places in the 17 & Under State netball pathway ahead of the July national championships. Having been part of gold medal winning underage teams at 15 & under level, Lucy Denton (above left) has been named in the 2021 17 & under team – the Millicent midcourter, who can also pinch hit in goals, is the only regionally
based player selected in the top side that is now preparing for the Hobart nationals from July 6-11. Lacey Haines (Hatherleigh above centre) and Sarah Ritter (West Gambie- above right)) were both named in the 17 & under development squad which will train alongside the State team as preparations ramp up for a nationals where South Australia enters the event as the defending
champion. The 19 & under national championships will run concurrently with the 17 & Under title race. The selection of the three South East players continues the region’s strong performances at elite level, following in the footsteps of the likes of Maisie Nankivell, Nyah Allen, Mary Wilson, Jordyn Adams, Molly Watson and Sienna Allen in recent years.
Hentschke snares medal
Wanderers were riding high after an extra innings marathon win the previous week as they faced off against the undermanned Warriors Blue side. Blues would have had their worst game for the season last week so were looking forward to a much improved performance which they delivered. Blues scored in most of their innings, kickstarted in the first by one of Angela Queale’s three safehits for the day. Bec White scorched a single to then be scored by Mel Chuck, who also showed off her speediness with a stolen base. Nicole Vause roamed the outfield and had two safehits plus an early RBI. Warriors fielding smothered the usually active Wanderers bats early as pitcher Leyna Bruggeman gave up only one safehit in the first three innings, and ending up striking out six for the game. Rej Smith was ever reliable for Wanderers, showing why she is their best by pitching, catching then pitching again while smashing the ball up the middle all day. Ieshia Bonney had a crucial hit for Wanderers in the fifth innings scoring two of the five Wanderers runs. Sarah Moretti recovered from a fair but solid knock taking a hospital ball at first to go on and have two safehits, Smith two, and Em and Jo Hart one hit apiece. For Warriors Skylea McLean was outstanding, roaming the outfield and going the distance with her six at bats while putting the Wanderers field under pressure with her leg speed. White ended with another three safe hits, Bruggemann three when she got thrown a strike, Vause two and Chuck outstanding with three along with Queale. Blues will need to bring all that form plus some against the strong Demons outfit in the coming week’s grand final. Demons will start the weekend’s title decider raging favourites after convincingly defeating Warriors Blue in the major semi final. Warriors experience is key led by Vause and Queale. Demons gun Montana Millard will be looking to seal a fantastic season having been the stand out hitter for the league and dominating batters with her pace in the pitching circle. She has been well backed by her sister and catcher Mackenzie Millard, Cody Manning at short stop whose arm is a cannon but overshone by the arm of Hayley Burner who also has one of the best swings in the competition and she will be pitched to carefully by Warriors. All members of the Morale family have batting prowess as does Sharna Beck and Rhiannon Mathers. Bruggemann will look to hold the Demons bats to a modest number of safehits while hoping that Blues field stands up under the pressure they will undoubtedly face. Chuck and White have been stand out performers for Blues against Demons this season, both will be key to the Blues chances of victory. Game time to be confirmed so check out our facebook page for updates.
Cricket hands out individual awards as 2020/21 season wraps up with senior grand finals MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION 2020/21 AWARD WINNERS WHITTY MEDAL Alex Hentschke (East Gambier) A GRADE (Barber Shield) Player of the Year Alex Hentschke (East Gambier) Under 20 Player of the Year Connor Prior (West Gambier) & Emmerson Marks (East Gambier) Batting Trophy Jake Blackwell (West Gambier) Bowling Trophy Alex Hentschke (East Gambier) Fielding Trophy Leigh Von Duve (East Gambier) Keeping Trophy Mark Smith (Penola) T20 AWARDS Player of the Year Jack Mullan (Penola) Batting Trophy Jack Mullan (Penola) Bowling Trophy Liam Turley (east Gambier) & Elliot Fisher (North Sportsman’s) B GRADE (Crouch Shield) Player of the Year Andrew Crouch (Yahl) Batting Trophy Marcus Von Duve (Glencoe) Bowling Trophy Nathan Gore (East Gambier) Fielding Trophy Marc Roberts (East Gambier) Keeping Trophy Luke Rothall (West Gambier) C GRADE (Cox Bros. Shield) Player of the Year Ben Newton (Kalangadoo)
Batting Trophy Shane Giddings (Kalangadoo) Bowling Trophy Ben Newton (Kalangadoo) Fielding Trophy Luke Richards (North Sportsman’s) Keeping Trophy Wayne Lawson (Mil Lel) UNDER 17 (O’Donohue Shield) Batting Trophy Mitchell Sims (South Gambier) Bowling Trophy Sam Lock (East Gambier) Fielding Trophy James Sullivan (East Gambier); Luke Richards (North Sportsman’s) & Eli Redman (Millicent) UNDER 14 (Hall Trophy) Batting Trophy Jayden Prior (West Gambier) Bowling Trophy
Campbell Hateley (Millicent) Fielding Trophy Archer Virtanen (Mil Lel) UNDER 12 (Sims Shield) Batting Trophy Harry Hicks (Mil Lel) Bowling Trophy Rhys Grigg (Mil Lel) Fielding Trophy Connor Tweddle (West Gambier) SENIOR CLUB OF THE YEAR East Gambier JUNIOR CLUB OF THE YEAR Millicent TONY NORMAN MINOR PREMIERS East Gambier BEST PERFORMED TEAM Kalangadoo (Cox Bros) Senior grand final results will be on our facebook page.
WHITTY MEDALLIST: (Above from left) - East Gambier’s Alex Hentschke in action bowling & batting his way to the 2020/21 Whitty Medal. GRAND FINAL ACTION: (Above top row from left) - North pacemen Tim Young & Declan Kenny and (bottom row from left) North’s Isaac Mulraney snared a wicket with his first ball & Penola opener Jack Schulz played some aggressive strokes early.
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Preliminary final weekend in Mount Gambier & District Baseball League Division 1 In the knockout preliminary Final, South Indians were first out of the blocks opening the scoring in the very first inning. Damien O’Dine clipped his first safehit of three for the night when the ball landed safely in front of leftfield. He was batted in by Dean Hamilton. Tigers evened the score in the bottom of the second after Jesse Foster also hit his first of three for the game. Levi Morton’s hit to centrefield pushed Foster across homeplate. The Indians went ahead in the top of the third scoring three. Bruce Morale’s hit fell safely and Hamilton found himself at first on a fielder’s choice, Ben Morale’s hit to centrefield scored brother Bruce and Hamilton followed him over the plate when Alex Lewis’ long hit fell safe in leftfield. Jesse Balshaw’s flyball to rightfield was dropped allowing Ben Morale to score giving South the lead four runs to one. Tigers added one of their own in the bottom of the fourth when Jesse Foster’s texas-leaguer landed
wide of centrefield. He crossed home on Brayden Morton’s hit into a fielder’s choice. From that point on it was all a pitcher’s game from both teams. In a tactical move from South Indians coach, Bruce Morale, pitchers traded places on the mound four times throughout the game between Hamilton and himself. This appeared to work very well as Tigers only had three safehits from when their last run was scored. Likewise when Tigers coach Karl Ransom stepped on to the hill at the top of the fourth, the Indians could only manage two safehits. South Indians had 10 safehits, one walk, and three RBI. Tigers had 10 safehits, three walks, two RBI, eight K’s, left 12 runners on base and made three errors. Division 2 Sister teams Central and Central Magpies faced off in the Division 2 preliminary final which saw the younger Magpies hold sway over the more fancied senior side. With only two of the team over the age of 19 they could do no wrong. With the number of safehits very much
the same for both teams it was the Magpies who took advantage of a number of uncharacteristically Central errors scoring six of their eight runs as unearned. Mark Kilpatrick on the mound pitched with great control not allowing the Central batters to put hits together whilst the Magpies did the exact opposite. Division 3 Millicent came up trumps when they defeated the ladder leaders Central. Central were minor premiers having not lost a game but have been knocked out of the premiership race in straight sets. The Millicent batters put the ball into play forcing the defence to make a number of errors in the field. The young guns showed what they are made of and should certainly push Tigers this week. Youngster Saxon Altschwager held his own on the hill while veteran Steve Wanganeen had three safehits. Junior League Central led all day in the bout with Tigers for a chance at the Junior League premiership. This
Baseball’s top individual honours handed out Mount Gambier & District Baseball League 2020/21 Award Winners BEST & FAIREST Division 1 Dylan Chuck (Central) & Garth Ransom (Tigers) Division 2 Mitchell Cutting (Central) Division 3 Sean Horrigan (Tigers) Junior League Deegan Habner (South Indians) Little League Jett Lewis (South Indians) Minor League Jobe Lynagh (Central) BATTING AVERAGE Division 1 Dean Hamilton (South Indians) Division 2 Matt May (Tigers) Division 3 Tom Paech (Naracoorte) Junior League Alex Merrett (Tigers)
RUNS BATTED IN Division 1 Dylan Gull (Central) & Garth Ransom (Tigers) Division 2 Ben Green (Millicent) Division 3 Steve Kuhl (Central) Junior Leaguer Alex Merrett (Tigers) PERPETUAL TROPHIES MARTIENSEN-ROBERTSON (Division 1 Best & Fairest) Dylan Chuck (Central) & Garth Ransom (Tigers) EWART FAMILY (Division 1 Batting Average) Dean Hamilton (South Indians) TERRY PROBERT MEMORIAL SLUGGERS AWARD Bruce Morale (South Indians) JOHN ROGERS MEMORIAL (Best Under 20 Player in Division 1) Koby Chant (Central)
COOKE FAMILY MEMORIAL (Most Valuable Contribution to Baseball) Chris Rundle & Brayden Morton HOPGOOD TROPHY (Division 1 Minor Premiers) Central 2020/21 TEAM OF THE YEAR Pitcher – Alex Reppin (Federal) Catcher – Kyall McClean (Central) First Base – Garth Ransom (Tigers) Second Base – Dylan Gull (Central) Third Base – Bruce Morale (South Indians) Short Stop - Alex Ridding (Central) Outfield – Craig Chittleborough (Millicent); Brock Keding (Central); Jordan Aston (Central) Designated Hitter – Dean Hamilton (South Indians) Utility – Dylan Chuck (Central) Coach – Dylan Chuck (Central) Umpire – Riley Rolph
Central gunning for perfect season Central go into this weekend’s grand final series knowing that they are still undefeated for the season but playing a best of three series is a whole new ball game. South will be under no illusion as to the task in front of them but they will have belief driven by coach Bruce Morale. Whether they use the same pitching strategy in this series as they did for the preliminary final we will just have to wait and see. Their starter in Game 1 should be evergreen Dean Hamilton backed up by Bruce Morale. Maybe he could start Game
2 with assistance from Ryan Placucci. South Indians appear to not have a lot of depth in the pitching department with probably only Ben Morale with a chance of bossitng those stocks. There is a chance the pitching strategy used in the preliminary final was due to some soreness. The Magpies, on the other hand, have a wealth of pitching talent. Joint league best & fairest Dylan Chuck is sure to start on the mound for Game 1 with back up from Dylan Gull, Alex Ridding, Koby Chant or Ethan Chuck. One of these is sure to start Game 2
with Dylan Chuck returning to the hill in Game 3 if it’s required. Both teams bat deep into their line-ups with Hamilton and Bruce Morale both leading the league batting averages. For Central Kyall McClean and Gull lead the way for their club. It looks to be an enthralling series with only one club going home with the silverware. The first game is scheduled for Friday night under lights starting at 8pm, Game 2 on Saturday at 4pm and Game 3, if required, scheduled for 7pm. Full catering and bar facilities will be available.
was an entertaining game with the result in doubt right up until the last inning. Central were the third team of the day to come through from the first semi Ffnal to now have a shot at premiership glory. Little League Central added another team to play in the grand final this weekend when they defeated the powerful batting line-up of the South Indians. They took full advantage from a high number of base on ball particularly in the first inning when they scored four of their six runs. Both Jett Lewis and Zaylen Smith picked up two hits each but were unable to have an influence on the game. RESULTS Division 1 South Indians 4 (Damien O’Dine 3, Bruce Morale 2, Dean Hamilton, Ben Morale, Alex Lewis, Jesse Balshaw, Hayden Battye) d Tigers 2 (Garth Ransom, Jesse Foster 3, Tyler Horrigan, Jacob English, Karl Ransom, Levi Morton) Division 2 Central Magpies 8 (Mark Kilpatrick 2, Patrick O’Hehir, Sam Shaw, Brad
Braithwaite, Justin Tzioutziouklaris, Hudson Keding) d Central 1 (Blade Sturges 2, Mitchell Cutting, Lachlan Ridding, Dylan Scheidl, Lauchie Tilley) Division 3 Millicent 9 (Steve Wanganeen 3, Ellis Cushion, Michael Pink 2, Cameron Harris, Saxon Altschwager) d Central 3 (Dean Cutting, Steve Kuhl 3, Ben Jones 2, Jordan Cozzi, Scott Page, David Chant) Junior League Central 6 (Blake Vause) d Tigers 3 (Cameron Scott, Jarvi Mee, Flynn Hillstone, Kaleb Kermond, Kai Mullen) Little League Central 6 (Orlando Vause, Sam Ruwoldt) d South Indians 4 (Jett Lewis, Zaylen Smith 2, Phoenix Cole) Minor League Tigers 5 (Ashleigh Elletson, Sam Marcus) d Central 2; Federal 14 (Louis Vincent, Lucas Evans-Reid, Miles Kroon, Madison Adam, Kobi Long, Solomon Telford) d Tigers Orange 5 (Jett Lennon, Ashleigh Elletson)
Van Rijthoven wins medal A stroke round for the March monthly medal was played in conjunction with the second qualifying round of the ladies club championships in hot and calm conditions last Wednesday. Jennifer Van Rijthoven, who has been on a winning streak, returned to the clubhouse shooting 82 off the stick for a nett 69 and was awarded the medal. Life member Gloria Lennon also played under her handicap to claim second prize, from Anne Headlam, on a countback with nett 70. Forty players contested the round and scores were excellent with Di O’Donnell leading the 10 ball run down winners, who required nett 75 or better to claim a ball. The pro shot on the eighth hole was won by Betty McKechnie and the special prizes for second shot on the sixteenth hole in A, B and C grades were the respective winners, Jan Shanahan, Di O’Donnell and Libby Furner. The putting competition was won by O’Donnell on a countback from Bev Pedlar with 27 putts. After two qualifying rounds, the semi finals in the club championships will be played this week and the draw is as follows: A grade Jennifer Van Rijthoven v Helen Gregory Kerry Pedlar v Faye Mainwaring B grade Anne Headlam v Di O’Donnell Andrea Pegler v Janina Morrison C grade Donna Jennings v Lois Harvey Mary Kentish v Heather Chapman The winners of these matches play off in the final on March 31. Saturday saw 21 ladies take to the Attamurra course and Di O’Donnell and Jan Shanahan both played to their handicaps recording consistent scoring on both nines with O’Donnell nudging out Shanahan on a countback with 36 points. Bernie Jennings won the pro shot on the eighth hole and Helen McIntyre who won the nearest the pin on the sixteenth hole led the ball run down winners who needed 29 points or better. MONTHLY MEDAL WINNER: Third placed Anne Headlam, winner Jennifer Van Rijthoven & runner up Gloria Lennon.
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It took two and a half hours and 26 ends but the the Millicent Bowls Club Men’s Veterans Singles has finally been run and won. Derk Pietersma and Iain Campbell played the tight contest in a final that was all about the first to reach 21 shots. Campbell got away to a strong start and by the fourth end led by six shots with Pietersma yet to hit the scoreboard. By the 11th end Campbell was leading12-4. By the 19th end Pietersma had fought back with the score sitting at 14 all and he was able to win the next two ends giving him the lead for the first time in the game by two shots. Campbell then rallied and went on to win the next four ends of the last five ends to take out the title of Millicent Bowls Club Veterans Champion for 2021 season.
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2020/21 season marked by increased participation
Officials entered the 2020/21 Little Athletics season in Mount Gambier with a level of trepidation – not sure what numbers they would attract in a year when COVID had impacted so many sports but those fears were never realised with an increase in participants. There were 178 athletes registered with the Mount Gambier Little Athletics Centre for the season, up from 146 the previous season and age groups that had previously struggled started to thrive – the best example being the Under 14 athletes. Three years ago there was one athlete, in 2020/21 there were 20. And the future looks bright given the Tiny Tots and the younger age groups of Under 6 and 7 had bumper numbers looking to give athletics a try.
The 2020/21 season might have wound up but some of the elite athletes are still in action, competing last weekend at the State Championships with a contingent of 19 from the Mount Gambier centre. The centre will also be running its usual cross country program, running three events so athletes looking to compete at State level are good to go. There were nine cross country athletes that went to State level competition last season. Mount Gambier Little Athletics publicity officer Adrian Lynch said the 2020/21 season was a huge success. “Numbers were really good – we were surprised as we weren’t sure how things would pan out because of COVID,” he said. “We were just happy we could run our season with very few restrictions. I
guess being an individual sport and no tackling or contact that really helped our numbers.” The centre’s most high profile athlete at the moment is Leila Croker, who continues to produce stunning results at State and national level, and Lynch said having her as a role model has been fantastic for the centre. “She can’t get out there very often but when she does it is great for kids to see her,” he said. “Just for kids to know she is from here, did her training at Little Athletics and has been able to enjoy so much success.” Hayden Crowe, who was not a registered participant in 2020/21, also spent some time at Little Athletics training and the star sprinter provides similar mentoring and inspiration to the younger athletes.
And the centre has a number of other athletes on the rise. Emily Lynch is off to nationals in April, competing in walking, after snaring the State title, while at Under 14 level Jena Jagger and Charlotte Tarr show great promise in the sprint events. Brothers Ben (Under 9) and Harry (under 12) Ellis are also making their mark in the middle distance events. Stay tuned in future issues for more athletics news, including the results from the State Championships and the April nationals. FRIDAY NIGHT FUN: (Above from left) Evie Cole, Cruz Bilney, Hugo Peters & Eva Povey. PHOTOS COURTESY OF ELIZA COLE (Just a Girl With A Camera)
Jamie Gunn right on target South East Field & Game enjoy perfect shooting conditions South East Field & Game 50 Target Compak Sporting Clay Shoot at Burrungule Park sponsored by Jeff Olaffsen & Kain Transport saw 70 shooters compete in perfect weather conditions. RESULTS HIGH GUN Jamie Dunn 49/50 AA GRADE 1st - Gavin Dyson – 48/50 2nd – Jeremy Kent – 47/50
3rd – Malcolm Whitehead – 46/50 A GRADE 1st – Brian Shelton – 43/50 2nd – Graeme James – 43/50 3rd – David Hewett – 38/50 B GRADE 1st – Charles Wallis – 40/50 2nd – Bruce Oakley – 40/50 3rd – Curtis Scheidl – 39/50 C GRADE 1st – Graeme Fennell – 37/50 2nd – Douglas Rohde – 35/50
3rd – Jason Bottomley – 33/50 SENIOR 1st – Christopher Wright – 44/50 2nd – Ernie Scheidl – 41/50 VETERAN 1st – Neville Kent – 44/50 2nd – Wayne Evans – 44/50 3rd – Chris Von Stanke – 41/50 LADIES 1st – Nicola Harradine – 32/50 2nd – Sonya Vanderhorst – 26/50 3rd – Emma Lawford – 24/50
JUNIOR 1st – Declan Wright – 38/50 2nd – Ben Hastings – 38/50 3rd – Kody Vanderhorst – 38/50 SUB JUNIOR 1st – Kain Ashby – 35/50 2nd – William Von Stanke – 35/50 3rd – Shakielle Von Stanke – 30/50
HIGH GUN WINNER: Jamie Dunn
AA GRADE PODIUM: Jeremy Kent, Gavin Dyson & Malcolm Whitehead
LADIES PODIUM: Nicola Harradine & Sonia Vanderhorst
B GRADE PODIUM: Charles Wallis & Bruce Oakley
Upcoming event: Twilight 50 target Sporting Clays Compak: Wednesday, March 24, 2-7pm
Pennant Bowls results MID WEEK PENNANT Mount Gambier Blue 48/12 d Mount Gambier Red 41/2; Port MacDonnell Red 73/14 d Mount Gambier Green 29/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 54/12 d Port MacDonnell Blue 30/0; Naracoorte RSL 45/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 40/2; Naracoorte - BYE
Teams still alive in finals race
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As the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Summer season heads into its last few exciting rounds, a number of teams are still in the hunt to play finals after eight weeks. In the first A Grade matchup of the night, Go-Ghetiams got off to a flyer against Four Donkeys with wins to Sanith Ghetia and Sirinat Sweet in their opening singles rubbers. The two teams then arm wrestled for much of the night before Go-Ghetiams were able to clinch the final two rubbers and the match. Highlights included Ghetia’s titanic five-game tussle with his Donkeys opponent Justin Hutchesson, both players pulling out all the tricks in the book as each game went right down to the wire. Eventually fatigue set in as Ghetia pounced on a Hutchesson error at a crucial moment, taking the fifth and deciding game 12 points to 10. Hutchesson and Sweet would play another five game thriller later in the evening, sadly for Hutchesson his Go-Ghetiam’s opponent was once again the victor. At the end of the night, it would be Go-Ghetiams who prevailed six rubbers to five. In the second A Grade contest of the evening, Boom Shakalaka had a much more comfortable time in accounting for Mac’n’Tosh 8-3. Ben Newman, Ward Freeman and Robin Pellen all performed strongly for the victors, whilst for their opponents Chandler Jantosh (pictured) provided the only positive in winning all his singles rubbers. Newman and Jantosh engaged in the rubber of the round, Jantosh prevailing in five highly skilled games, however by that stage of the match the result had well and truly been decided. In the B Grade, Revengers completely outclassed their Tweakers opponents, winning by nine rubbers to three. Cameron Beal and Joel Schofield led the way for the victors with wins in both their singles rubbers, the only real resistance coming from Tweakers player Chris McGregor who made Schofield sweat for his victory in five nailbiting games that had their respective teammates out of their seats.
Eventually Schofield won the battle of attrition, taking the fifth game 11-8. Iron Filings and Wolf Pack fought out a much more evenly balanced contest, Kuncheria Luka leading his Iron Filings team a narrow 6-5 victory. Victories to Luka and Hayden Luo in the final two rubbers of the night proved the difference between the two sides. Blue Goblins, led by a polished performance from Chris Turner, proved far too strong for their Ramentum opponents in their C-Grade Encounter, winning by a decisive margin of eight rubbers to four. Nudeen Cook played a lone hand for the opposition, winning both of her singles rubbers, whilst her teammate Emina Leamey gave Ramentum the ideal start with a strong five game victory against Blue Goblins player Andrew Baldock. Sadly, those were the only positives for Ramentum as Blue Goblins quickly gained the ascendancy and never relented. In the final match of round eight, Fireballs recorded a similar result against a completely outclassed Griffins outfit. Fireballs’ much improved youngster Nat Harris-Jones started strongly, recording a comfortable 3-game victory against Joshua Halleday. Angus Billing then squared the ledger for Griffins with victory against Halleday’s brother Jacob, playing for the opposition. HarrisJones kept a clean sheet for the winning team, as did Owen Schofield as a substitute player for the depleted opposition. In the highly anticipated encounter between Halleday brothers Joshua, playing for Griffins and Jacob for Fireballs, it was the latter who would prevail comfortably in three games. 2-rubber winners: • A Grade: Chandler Jantosh (Mac’n’Tosh), Sirinat Sweet (Go Ghetiams), Kevin Patzel (Four Donkeys). • B Grade: Cameron Beal, Joel Schofield (Revengers), Kuncheria Luka (Iron Filings) • C Grade: Chris Turner (Blue Goblins), Nudeen Cook (Ramentum), Owen Schofield (Griffins), Nat Harris-Jones (Fireballs).
Best & Fairest Billie Jones (Concordes) (Pictured far left) Runner up Leyna Bruggemann (Warriors) (Pictured left) Top 5 Billie Jones 20; Leyna Bruggemann 14; Montana Millard 13; Justine Koop 13 & Jo Hopgood 11 Batting average Montana Millard (Demons) 0.775 Runner up Jo Hopgood (Concordes) 0.580 Runs Batted In Billie Jones (Concordes) 25 Runner up Montana Millard (Demons) 22 Player of the Tournament (State Championships) Justine Koop Marg Cooke (Services to Softball) Leyna Bruggemann (Pictured below being presented by 2019/20 winner Jo Hopgood) BELOW LEFT: Batting award winners - Jo Hopgodd, Montana Millard & Billie Jones
Tennis winds up with tough finals MOUNT GAMBIER & DISTRICT TENNIS ASSOCIATION 2020/21 GRAND FINAL RESULTS DIVISION ONE Central/Uniting 6-58 d Glencoe 6-53 DIVISION TWO West Gambier Red 7-48 d Glencoe Gold 5-37 DIVISION THREE Mount Gambier 7-60 d Glencoe/ Centrals 5-51 LADIES DOUBLES Uniting Church 5-36 d Reidy Royal 1-17 MIXED DOUBLES Mount Gambier Blue 3-31 d Glencoe 3-29 INDIVIDUAL AWARD WINNERS MOST CONSISTENT DIVISION ONE Andrew van den Hurk (Centrals) & Emily Edwards (Reidy Park) DIVISION TWO Jamie Higgins (West Gambier Blue) & Eliza Cole (Glencoe) DIVISION THREE Shaunn Robinson (Mil Lel Green) & Kate Fabian (Mil Lel Green)
LADIES DOUBLES Rosie Collins (Reidy Royal) MIXED DOUBLES Craig Nisbet (Moorak Gold) & Tarrah Taylor (Moorak Green) MARG DOODY PATRONS TROPHY Zayne Young (Reidy Park)
GRAND FINAL ACTION: (Left) Glencoe’s Sarah Edwards; (above from top) Centrals/Uniting players Ben Gaffney & Ashlea Dunn.
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In very warm conditions, Round 2 of the Metro Bakery & Café Silver Salver was played at the Blue Lake Golf Club in par format last Wednesday with 24 taking part in the competition. The top two scorecards in both divisions delivered good scores to receive the sponsors vouchers and with the first qualifying round of the Handicap Championships fast approaching the intensity is starting to step up. Having returned from a two week holiday in the Western District of Victoria, Division One’s Annette Ford was refreshed and “put the foot to the metal” to come up trumps playing to her handicap of 21 finishing square. Front and back nine scores were consistent coming up square edging out runner up Josie Ashby by one shot whom finished one down. Once again Ashby off 19 had a bit of trouble on the outward nine that included five scrubs and was three down on the turn but is known for her tenacity and came back strong with two up finishing one down. Ronda Edwards was next in line with three down. Lyn Annand is having her turn in the limelight, this being her second week in the winners circle going one better after
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Limestone Coast teams return to region with championships The basketball talent in the Limestone Coast was on full display at the Under 14 & 18 SA Country Championships in Adelaide earlier this month with teams from this region returning with four titles, as well as featuring in a number of tight grand finals. STATE’S BEST: (Below from top) Under 14 Division 1 Girls SA Country champions Millicent; Under 14 Division 5 Girls SA Country champions Mount Gambier; Under 14 Division 4 Girls SA Country champions Millicent & Under 14 Division 3 Girls SA Country champions Naracoorte.
last week’s runner up to a solid score of playing square to her 33 handicap this week. Annand also found the going tough on the outward nine scoring two down but was able to regroup putting a solid score of two up on the scorecard for the inward nine. Runner up Carolyn Melhuish was pleased with her effort of signing for two down. Opposite to Annand, Melhuish played the front nine to her handicap but fell away on the back nine finishing two down. Trudy Herbert, Dianne Allen and Shannon McDonnell were not far behind all scoring three
down. Nearest to the pin secnd shot on the long 16th hole winner’s were Rosemary Maryland (Division 1) and Fay Price (Division 2). The pro shot on the par three fifth hole winner was Rosemary Maryland. This week’s competition is the first qualifying round of the Handicap Championships. SILVER SALVER ROUND TWO: Division one runner up Josie Ashby, division one winner Annette Ford, division two runner up Carol melhuish & division two winner Lyn Annand.
Millicent Bowls Club farewells a stalwart
Last week in rather warm weather, 24 players took to the greens to play 20 ends of 2-4-2 bowls. at the Millicent Bowls Club. The winning team for the day, with a score of 33+9 was Derek Lindh and Lorraine Hyland. Runners up were John Scudds and David Riechelt scoring 32+15. Other winning teams were, Neil Whelan, Garry Wilson
32+.,John Drew, Peter Dunnicliff 32+6. Peter Varcoe, Arthur O’Connell 30+11 and Steve Carnellor, Chris Earl 29+4. All players have also been reminded of the club presentation night on Friday, April 9, starting at 4.30pm, followed by tea. President Peter Hyland also presented Wayne Burris with a gift and a card which all players had signed saying farewell to
Wayne and Kathy, who are moving away to Waikerie. Wayne has been coach of the Millicent Bowls Club for a few years. ABOVE: (From left) 2-4-2 winners Lorraine Hyland & Derek Lindh; 2-4-2 runners up John Scudds & David Reichelt and club coach Wayne Burris is farewelled by club president Peter Hyland.
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Perfect conditions for Mount Gambier Gun Club shoot The Mount Gambier Gun club held its monthly competition earlier this month in favourable conditions except for an occasional light shower and wind gusts. The opening event was the Gunsmith Guy 50 tgt Skeet Doubles and with his fine marksmanship Ken Atkin with a perfect 50/50 won AA from Malcom Whitehead 45/50, Brian Spring 38/50 took out A grade, Don Pratt 39/50 won B
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edged out Heather Ryan 24/26 to win B, Hamish Keatley 25/25 easily won C from Peter Klieve 23/25. The Barry Maney Group 50tgt Club Double Rise championship was the last event and this being a rather demanding competition actually saw some good scores. The overall winner Don Pratt 44/50 won AA from Andrew Hoare 41/50, Darren Murrell 35/50 just won A from Hayden Megaw 34/50, Max
Medhurst 47/60, after a shootoff, took out B from Peter Winser 46/60, Robert Atkinson 31/50 won C from Hamish Keatley 29/50 . The South East Autotrade Highgun award was successfully won by Ken Atkin 115/125, who actually won the same competition last year. The next competition will be held on April 10.
SOUTH EAST VETS 25 TGT DOUBLE BARREL CHAMPIONSHIP: Andrew Hoare (sponsor) with Hamish Keatley C, Darren Murrell B & Don Pratt AA
GUNSMITH GUY TGT SKEET DOUBLES: Brian Spring A, Ken Atkin AA, Hayden Megaw B & Don Pratt C
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Seventy-five players went to Attamurra for the South East Golf Veterans AGM and an Ambrose competition. The first four, with the winning score of 56, were Grant Stephenson, Bill Cheers, Peter DeLaine and Brian Formann, the second four were Darren Bray, Terry Chant, Mark Teakle, and Sammy Mainwaring on 57.625 and third four were Brian Duldig, John Kamp, Grant Rowe, and Rob Harkness on 58.5. The much sought after Ross Orchard Trophy was won by Gavin Sparrow, Brian Sherlock, Ron Hately and Pres. Ian Regnier. NTPs were Rob Harkness and Rob McIntrye. The AGM saw new captain Max Clifford appointed and vice captain John Kamp, with Derek Bowering retiring from the committee to concentrate on bowls. All other officers were returned unopposed. A motion to increase our playing fees from $20 to $25 was unanimously approved. Where else can you get green fees on great courses, and a 2 course lunch for that sort of money? Gus Petrikowski has achieved his 250 game milestone and three other players made the 100 game target. The next outing is at Millicent on March 29.
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DIVISION ONE WINNERS: Mt Gambier (far left top)- (front) Adam Wilson, Peter Reppin, Kristy Errock, Jason Kuring, Tony Bowditch & John Reppin and (back) Daniel Langdon, Bob Cranwell, Peter Radley, Bill Bremner, Greg Carpenter & Tony Renzi. Mount Gambier 68/14 d Naracoorte 57/2 DIVISION TWO WINNERS: Mt Gambier (left top) - (front) Steve Farrell, David Babb, Gary Widdison, Kym Jones, Jeff England & Brian Francis and (back) Ian VonStanke, Gary Hocking, Michael Ashby, Leanne Hentschke, Brian Vorwerk, Darryl Ranenberg & Eddie Smith. Mount Gambier Red 95/16 d Mount Gambier RSL 56/0 DIVISION THREE WINNERS: Lucindale (above) - (front) Richard Graetz, Marc Dupree, Scot Davidson, Ross Qualmann, Peter Kurray & Toby Robinson and (back)Malcolm Graetz, Geoff Smith, Peter McCullam, Ana Sharman, Neil Watts, Steve Smith & Bill Fallon. Lucindale 79/15 d Mount Gambier RSL 60/1 DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) WINNERS: Robe (far left bottom) - (front) Ali Douglas, Deane Nankivell, Brian Nankivell, Steven Phillips, David Robinson & Josh Waddell and (back) Dean Woodward, Mark Murphy, Paul Truelove, Vic Dawson, Rob Lawrie, Barry Bennett & Doug Baker. Robe 78/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 53/2 DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) WINNERS: Frances (left bottom) - (front) Neil Frith, Colin Hembury, Bruce Pretlove, Debra Foster, Jon Buckle &, Phillip Day nad (back)Patrick Eylward, Andrew Rohrlach, Nigel Eylward, Craig Sim, Neil Burgess & Phillip Kluske. Frances 83/14 d Kalangadoo 68/2
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MacNamara Park hosts another Mount Gambier Cycling Club event Whilst not initially in the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Summer Series, the opportunity to ride on the Mac Park circuit was too good to pass up, and so 15 riders took to the start line for a Criterium style race. The riders were graded according to speed and were asked to ride as a group for 25 minutes before being released for one final lap. From the beginning it became apparent that people had interpreted that request differently, and within the first lap small groups had begun to form. Out in front was Dave Bryant, following the pattern of so many professional races and providing a carrot for the rest of the A Grade riders to chase down. Matthew Opperman, racing again following a strong showing at the Greg Gleeson Memorial race in Warrnambool the previous day, Nick Kidman, Ash Herrewyn and Rowan Kruysse duly set about the
chase. Working well together, this group caught Bryant after making him work on his own for 20 minutes. As the pace ramped up in the final minutes, Kruysse was caught out of position on one of the corners and lost contact with the group. Coming into the final sequence of corners, it was Matthew Opperman who led out the sprint and managed to hold on over the chasing Kidman and Bryant, with Herrewyn crossing the line in fourth
place. Kruysse completed the A Grade competitors. Of the rest of the riders contesting B Grade, Phil Stasiw and Harry Opperman were working strongly at the front, followed by John Cranwell. Dave Delaland and John Du Pree found themselves closely matched and traded positions amongst themselves. Jen Buckland kept Elmer Buckland accountable in his racing, initially keeping up with
Jami Buckley before he rode away from them, whilst Jason Buckland found himself in the familiar position of tailend Charlie, kept company by Eddie Buckland. In the end it was Stasiw who took the win in front of Harry Opperman, who was also returning to race just a day after winning the U15/ U17 race at the Greg Gleeson Memorial, with Cranwell holding on for third place. Delaland finished ahead of Du Pree, followed by
Buckley and Jen Buckland, still a lap ahead of the fast finishing Jason Buckland. A notable absentee from the ride was Spek Peake after putting in a big effort at the Greg Gleeson Memorial Race the day before. Of the junior riders, Elmer Buckland finished a lap ahead of his younger brother, with usual regulars Freya Miller and Molly Opperman having a rest following their first and second placing in their age group at the Greg Gleeson Memorial the previous day. The MGCC was grateful to the Mt Gambier Motorcycle club for allowing us to use the track for racing. ON THE CHARGE: (Above left) Dave Bryant leads Matt Opperman Nick Kidman and Ash Herrewyn with one lap to go and (above right) B Grade riders Phil Stasiw (leading) and Harry Opperman fight it out.
Bowling for a cause Millicent Bowls Club holds its annual Royal Flying Doctor Service fundraiser The Millicent Bowls Club recently held its annual fundraising day for the Royal Flying Doctor Service with players from Night Bowls and regular club players taking part. This year saw 72 players take to the greens, double the amount of players from last year, to play one game of 16 ends. The night bowls team, the Untouchables, including Eddy Hann, Tery Barnes, David Reichelt and Barry Smith, with a score of 32+13 took out the event. Second place went to the team of Jack Attack, another night bowls team,
made up of, Frank Cooper, Ian Kuchel, David Nuske and Garry Wilson with a score of 31+14. The total amount raised for the day was $1605, $365 for greens fees, $510 from the raffle and $730 from the wrong bias tin, which runs for the full season, if a bowler plays a wrong bias it costs them one dollar per wrong bias. The local Flying Doctor Fundraising Committee president Ken Haines presented the Millicent Bowls Club president with a Certificate of Appreciation for the efforts put in over the past years.
SHOW OF GRATITUDE: Royal Flying Doctors local branch president Ken Haines presenting the certificate to Millicent Bowls Club president Peter Hyland for their years of support.
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