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ISSUE 892 - Wednesday, July 28, 2021 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 |





Family legacy honoured


The Higgins family recognised for decades of service to forestry SEE INSIDE

Charity celebration A mother & friend remembered at cancer fundraiser When family and friends remember Renee Tichbon they smile. They can’t help it. Renee was all about fun and on July 17 this year, the day before what would have been her birthday, Renee’s family and friends hosted a Longest Table charity event at the Limestone Coast Pantry, where they laughed and shared stories, celebrating her life, a life cut short on December 27 last year after a five year battle with cancer. For daughter Erin Launer (pictured centre with best friends Samantha Sellars & Sharon Buchanan) and Renee’s close friends Callena Rawlings and Marita Chuck, putting together an event that celebrated Renee’s life that could also play a part in helping others, another hallmark of Renee’s life. See inside for full story


r e h g n i d n a p x E horizons

It’s funny how things turn out. For Christy Radford, photography was her creative outlet but certainly not a career option. But just over a decade ago, an exhibition featuring her images saw her approached to capture her first ever wedding and the rest, as they say, is history. “Someone at the exhibition was getting married and asked me to do her wedding,” Christy said. So she joined forces with fellow photographer Kristy Janeway to capture that history making first wedding, and even then, Christy still had no idea how capturing one of the most special days in anyone’s life and other landmark occasions, were set to become her bread and butter, turning her hobby into a successful and rewarding career. Since that first wedding, Christy has now photographed too many to count but don’t think that means she is not completely interested in each couple’s special day. “I still get emotional at weddings, they are always so beautiful,” Christy said. “Funnily enough, most of my brides become really good friends and we stay in touch. I love that we have that connection.” And that connection is why Christy is so committed to those pre-wedding meetings she has with couples so she can not only get a handle on what they want from her on the big day but also just what sort of couple they are, their likes and dislikes, so she can capture their wedding in a very personal and unique way. “I want them involved in all the ideas and I want to understand what they are like so that the photos I take represent who they are as a couple,” she said. It was 12 years ago she bought her first SLR and as the requests for her to capture people’s most special memories started to increase, Christy also found herself in a position where she needed a new career.

”... how lucky am I that I could make a career out of my passion?...”

“And how lucky am I that I could make a career out of my passion?” Christy said. Weddings became the biggest slice of Christy’s burgeoning photography business, which also includes newborns, maternity and family portraits. But she is continuing to even further broaden her horizons as she looks to step up to new challenges and diversify her business and corporate work is an area where she has dipped her toe in the water and would love to develop that side to become a bigger slice of her business pie. The opportunity this May for Christy to do a location shoot for award winning business Coffin Bay Marron really whet her appetite for turning her hand to more corporate work. “I loved my session with Astyn (Reid) and the team and I didn’t care that it was two flights away, it was such an amazing opportunity and a crazy experience,” Christy said. “And I got to meet Maggie Beer and that was awesome and she was lovely.” Christy loved turning her hand to being true to her personal style while still fulfilling the client brief, ensuring the product was showcased but there was still a story to tell in every image. “I try to do everything with a bit of love and a bit of creativity to be my point of difference,” she said. “I try and see what other people don’t see.” Christy actually found the corporate setting more relaxed and while there were time pressures, it never felt rushed and I felt like I could stop and think for a second as I was looking to get the best shots possible. Even in the corporate setting, I like to be able to capture the personality and emotion of the people involved while still making the product, in this case the marron, is showcased. You just try and bring everything to life.” When circumstances allow, Christy is also hoping to be hitting the road for corporate work – just like she did for the Coffin Bay shoot. “I love travelling and working at different locations,” she said. “To go somewhere different and take

my camera is amazing and the exciting bit for me.” And a recent fitness shoot, also in the corporate genre, saw her hit the road again and head to Adelaide where she loved the challenge of doing something completely different to help someone promote their new venture. Community events have also become a passion for Christy and when it is for a good cause, she is even happier to be involved, donating her time and expertise. She has captured the past six Swinging with the Stars events for the Stand Like Stone Foundation and loves getting behind events that give back to the community. On a personal note, arguably the most special shoot Christy has done in recent times, is her 17 year old son Cody and his partner Mickey for the school formal. “I really wanted to be the one that took the photos,” she said. “I’ve got some beautiful and talented photographer friends that I know would have done it but I wanted to be there for every moment with him.” And she went all out, borrowing a friend’s classic car and, when the rain arrived, used her experience from previous shoots to still capture the couple, including trying to recreate one of her most cherished photos from a wedding a couple of years ago where the rain refused to let up. On the back of her personal shoot, Christy also wants to remind everyone to take photos, more than you will ever need, as it is the best way to preserve memories. “I have seen my parents once in 18 months and it reminds you how precious every memory is,” Christy said. “Whether it is getting photos taken professionally or just taking as many as possible yourself, they are just so important.”

CAPTURING THE MOMENT: (Below) The Coffin Bay Marron shoot; (right from top) Christy Radford in action; her son Cody and his partner Mickey ahead of their school formal; Christy’s first fitness shoot & the 2021 Swinging with the Stars.

Family legacy honoured The Higgins family recognised for decades of service to forestry A retiring OneFortyOne employee has been gifted a special surprise this month after 43 years of service – a forestry road named in his family’s honour. Higgins Lane, north of Nangwarry, has been named after the Higgins family following a collective 55 years of work in the Green Triangle forestry industry by 68-year-old Terry and his late father John. Terry described the naming of the road in the plantations where his family had lived and worked for decades as ‘a real honour’. “My family are quite taken by it, after all our history here and we’re looking forward to getting out there and getting a photo with the sign,” he said. The location of the plantation track holds special significance to the Higgins family as it is situated near the forest reserve Muddy Flats, where the family lived for several years after emigrating from London in the mid-1960s. Following in the footsteps of his father John, who worked for the department in the forests around Penola and Nangwarry, Terry also began working in his school holidays, clearing firebreaks and hand weeding in the nursery. During his 43-year career, Terry performed nearly every role imaginable, working his way up from maintenance to machinery operator to geographic information services work and then supervisory roles. “From hanging around so long, you get to know it all, from handplanting to machinery to hand marking. You name it, I’ve done it,” he said. In 2016, he was made the Area Foresters and District Manager for the Penola forests – the pinnacle of

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his career and what he referred to as his ‘spiritual home’. Terry found his forte in silviculture, saying he found creativity and satisfaction in seeing the growth and development of the plantations. “It’s about creating a forest that can be the best it can possibly be in 32-years time,” he said. “To see a tree in the ground as a seedling and then watch it grow to its full potential is very satisfying.” Being able to spend time in the peace and quiet of the forest environment is something Terry will always value as his favourite part of the job and an experience he enjoyed initiating his fellow colleagues in. “It’s quiet and the enormity of it – when you’re in a 32-yearold plantation, it’s extremely peaceful,” he said. “I think the term is far from the madding crowd’. During the last twelve months in OneFortyOne’s Transition to Retirement program, Terry helped develop a fire training video series for the company. Utilising his decades of experience fighting and managing forest fires, Terry interviewed 100-plus workers about their fire experience, wrote scripts and helped direct the series of short films, which will be used to help prepare employees for busy fire seasons. OneFortyOne Fire Manager Justin Cook said Terry always put his heart into his work and had earned respect from his many colleagues over the years. “Terry is so proud of the OFO plantations that he and his family have worked on for more than 50 years,” he said. “His dedication and commitment shows through in everything he does.

“...from hanging around so long, you get to know it all, from handplanting to machinery to hand name it, I’ve done it...” Terry Higgins

“Terry has always made a conscious effort to pass on his knowledge to the next generation and to mentor and develop people.” Terry encouraged anyone considering a career in forestry to take the opportunity, saying the sky was the limit.

“Honestly, it’s the best job in the world,” he said. “You can go to university and get a forestry degree but there’s also jobs in harvesting, transport and mechanics. There’s so much you can do. I cannot believe how lucky I’ve been.”

Road funding for Limestone Coast Residents of the Limestone Coast received a major road safety boost today with the Australian Government announcing it will invest $2,234,991 in two projects under the 2021–22 Federal Black Spot Program. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin said community input was critical to identifying key black spots in the electorate of Barker. “Road crashes place major emotional and economic strains on all affected communities but particularly the families and friends of those involved,” Mr Pasin said. “I am pleased to see that projects such as Frances Rd (Bordertown - Hynam) and Naracoorte Road (Bordertown - Naracoorte) in the South East will be delivered under the 2021–22 funding round. “The Federal Government is committed to securing our recovery and keeping our communities safe. “Motorists living within and visiting South East will be pleased to know these two notorious road safety black spots will be address courtesy of funding from the Federal Government. “None of these projects would be delivered without the community’s input and I encourage all residents and motorists in the region to nominate projects for future funding rounds. The Federal Government has committed a record $1.1 billion to the Black Spot Program to 2023–24 to improve road safety across the nation.

There is help available Member for Mount Gambier pushes for regional support during second SA lockdown There’s no doubt South Australian Premier Steven Marshall knew the regions would hurt even more than metropolitan when it was decided the State would go into its second mandated lockdown since the pandemic began. Regional South Australia was not classified a hotspot by the Federal Government, meaning financial support was not on offer and Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell was quick to make sure his parliamentary colleagues had a plan. “I rang the Premier Tuesday night to lobby for regional areas,” Mr Bell said. “Regional South Australia had to have access to some support because this government put the whole of the State in lockdown. I also lobbied for forestry and other business that on first glance were not deemed essential.” Diesel mechanics were one sector that contacted the Member for Mount Gambier and, along with timber mills getting the go ahead, so did the diesel mechanics.

“The guy who called me had four trucks in his yard and if he couldn’t finish his repairs they wouldn’t be on the road delivering to Coles and Woolworths and obviously that didn’t make sense,” Mr Bell said. And so, Treasury worked through the night to put the $100million dollar support program together with an upbeat Treasurer Rob Lucas, announcing the support last Wednesday morning. The package is basically replicating the support currently being provided by the Federal Government to affected residents in hotpots. It will provide fully-funded income support payments of up to $600 per week for eligible workers in regional SA, who live or work outside of the Commonwealthdeclared ‘Hotspot’ local government areas and, therefore, not entitled to the Federal Government’s $375 or $600 per week support payments. The Commonwealth’s COVID-19 Disaster Payment scheme provides

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$375 per week for those workers who have lost between 8 and less than 20 hours’ work, or have lost a full day of work, and $600 per week if a person has lost over 20 hours’ work. Mr Lucas said the State Government will match the income support payments for workers outside the declared Commonwealth ‘Hotspots’ of Adelaide metro, Hills and Gawler areas. “Our commitment will ensure South Australian workers whose hours are affected by the current lockdown will be supported, regardless of whether they work in Mitcham or Mount Gambier, Norwood or Nuriootpa, West Beach or Whyalla,” said Mr Lucas. And while Mr Bell appreciates the much needed support, he can’t help but muse where $100million of government money could be spent in regional areas. “It is a serious amount of money and basically most of the $100million is for regional South Australia,” Mr Bell said. “I am happy that in a lockdown business and individuals are supported because they need to be but we are nowhere near a case and if we could be open for business that money could be poured into hospitals, mental health, ambulance services, any essential services – imagine what we could do with that amount of money. We struggle to attract single digit millions as a general rule. While I am really pleased the Premier responded quickly I think the regions could have operated in a reduced capacity for these seven days of the current lockdown.” The funding pool also incorporates a business support package, which has been the domain of State Governments through Australia, with Mr Lucas acknowledging tens of thousands of South Australian small and medium-sized businesses that suffer a significant loss of income or have been forced to close as a result of the state’s seven day lockdown need access to emergency grant money.

“...while I am really pleased the Premier responded quickly I think the regions could have operated in a reduced capacity for these seven days of the current lockdown...” Troy Bell (Member for Mount Gambier) The new Business Support Package will assist an estimated 50,000 eligible SMEs across the state, from gyms, hairdressers and nail salons to restaurants, cafes, and hotels, affected by the current lockdown restrictions. It will help businesses cover ongoing operating costs such as rent, power bills, supplier and raw material costs and other fees, and be able to re-open when restrictions ease. The major support package also includes a new $1,000 cash grant for eligible small businesses who don’t employ staff. “This is an immediate lifeline for small and medium businesses that are the lifeblood of our community and underpin our economy,” said Treasurer Rob Lucas (pictured below). “We know this is an

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incredibly difficult time for many employers and their staff, which is why we are doing everything in our power to help as many businesses as possible get through to the other side of this short lockdown. Modelled on similar schemes in Victoria, New South Wales and Western Australia, the SA grants apply to those businesses with a payroll of less than $10 million, with an annual turnover of $75,000 or more and whose turnover is reduced by at least 30 per cent over the seven days from July 20 as a result of the lockdown. Mr Lucas said the Government would consider the potential for further support if the lockdown if extended beyond seven days. “While we have no information to suggest that will be the case, we will consider what further assistance might be provided to businesses if the lockdown is extended beyond the current seven days,” Mr Lucas said. Mr Lucas said, as was the case throughout last year, the State Government will continue to monitor the situation and consider the potential for further additional targeted support for individual industry sectors. Information about Government support will be available on the SA Treasury website (treasury. and to register interest in business support cash grants, South Australian businesses are encouraged to email Applications for the grant are expected to open within the next two weeks via the Treasury website and grants will be processed as quickly as possible. More information, including how to claim the Commonwealth COVID-19 Disaster Payment (including the matching income support payment for eligible SA individuals outside the Commonwealth declared hotspots) will be available on the Services Australia website at au/individuals/services/centrelink/ covid-19-disaster-payment

Done deal City of Mount Gambier secures critical Blue Lake agreement Three critical future proofing plans, inextricably linked, have been given a shot in the arm with the securing of a key deal between the City of Mount Gambier, SA Water and Department for Environment and Water (DEW). It is early days but council is committed to developing a Sport, Recreation and Open Space Strategy, Tourism Assets Masterplan and a Crater Lakes Activation Plan and last month’s confirmation of joint custodianship with SA Water of a key land parcel at the Blue Lake has freed up planning for those three key blueprints. Recreation, tourism and water supply remain the core business of the precinct and having an inked deal means future planning, both short and long term, can now commence in earnest. “Now that council has secured joint tenure over the Blue Lake land parcel, the next steps will include liaison with SA Water to draft an agreement to guide the use, activities and protocols associated with the Blue Lake,” City of Mount Gambier CEO Sarah Philpott said. And the good news is, SA Water already appears well and truly on

the same page when it comes to optimising future use of the Blue Lake land. It follows the expiry of a 21-year licence between SA Water and Council for the Crown Land on 31 December 2020. “SA Water and City of Mount Gambier will work together to enable a contemporary visitor experience that champions and adds value to the local area, capitalising on its natural beauty, cultural heritage and important operational role in water supply,” SA Water Senior Manager Customer Growth Matt Minagall said. Securing the custodianship deal has ensured council can now roll up its sleeves and get to work on a project earmarked 12 months ago, to pursue a new avenue for the high-profile tourism site and its tourism assets as outlined in its 2020 - 2024 Strategic Plan, with a view to develop and deliver a tourism master plan for the area. “Council recognises that the Blue Lake is the city’s leading tourist attraction, so we intend to develop a shared vision and model to activate the Blue Lake with cultural and tourism opportunities,” City

of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin said. “In the past we were restricted in what we could do and while we will continue to protect the heritage this gives us the opportunity to see what we can do to capitalise on and create opportunities in the tourism space.” And the City of Mount Gambier CEO Sara Philpott agrees it is a green light to flesh out the vision council and the community see for the iconic site. “The co-custodianship means that council can now move forward with the preparation of a draft Community Land Management Plan for the Blue Lake, with reference to the fact

with the community as part of developing a Sport, Recreation and Open Space Strategy, Tourism Assets Masterplan and a Crater Lakes Activation Plan,” Mayor Martin said. “All those plans are inter-related pieces of work and rather than having an ad hoc approach to this important site, there will be masterplans that will put us in the best position now and into the future.”

that it is part of the State Heritage Crater Lakes precinct managed in accordance with the Crater Lakes Conservation Management Plan,” Ms Philpott said. “We will now progress with plans to activate the Blue Lake land parcel for tourism and recreation purposes. In the interim, ‘pop-up’ mobile tourism services will continue at the lake.” Council will undertake community engagement as part of the planning process for the activation of the area.

CRITICAL AGREEMENT: City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM with SA Minister for Environment and Water David Speirs MP at the iconic Blue Lake.

“Council is excited to explore opportunities for the activation of the Blue Lake area and Crater Lakes precinct in consultation

A heart for the community Local government advocate brings expertise to Wattle Range The road from Arnhem Land to Millicent might not be well travelled but for Emma Clay and her family it was the journey of choice, bringing with her extensive local government experience to take on the extensive portfolio of director development services at Wattle Range Council. Building & Planning, Environmental Services, Tourism & Events, Library & Cultural Services, Community Development, Regulatory Compliance, Economic Development, Caravan Park and Saleyards all come under Emma’s job description as she brings experience from roles in the local government sector from Western Australia and the Northern Territory. “I raised my children mainly in the NT but they are now getting to the age where they will be moving out and going to university and

could be on the opposite side of Australia to each other,” Emma said. “If they are going off to do their own thing, we thought we should grow some roots ourselves.” The Wattle Range role presented that opportunity with Emma starting in the role at the beginning

of this year. “This position came up and we had some boxes we wanted to tick in terms of where we would like to live,” she said. “Millicent really did tick all the boxes.” Emma (pictured above left at the Millicent gallery for the

Youth Recognition Awards) and her family have a passion for sustainability and growing their own vegies and going off the grid at some stage are all on the to-do list and when you add to that their love of fishing, camping and four wheel driving, they may well have found the perfect fit. “I didn’t know where Millicent was but when I goggled it, I thought it looked amazing,” Emma said. Of course, it was not just the location that had Emma and her family committed to the move, the Wattle range Council role was right in Emma’s wheelhouse. “I’m very passionate about community development,” she said. “It’s really nice to be able to work in a place and make a meaningful difference in your community. I like to try and make

things better for people.” Tourism and events was one area Emma identified early on that would need some serious focus. “The fact I had never heard of the Limestone Coast shows a lot of work needs to be done in that space,” she said. “We want to make Wattle Range a great place to live and work, as well as visit. We also want to attract business to some to the region.” Given Emma’s most recent experience was dealing with remote indigenous communities, the Wattle Range role is a complete change of pace. “It is amazing up there (NT) and they have such a spiritual connection to the land,” she said. “It was never going to be our forever home though and we are looking forward to everything the Wattle Range community has to offer.”

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Mount Gambier High School Scholarships 1. Max Megaw Memorial Sporting Scholarship - Year 12 student, Sarah Dally with president Steve Phillips Max Megaw was an old scholar, head prefect, outstanding student and a highly talented sportsman at Mount Gambier High School during the 1960s. He was also a dedicated community citizen, who served in the Jaycees and was involved in the Mount Gambier Rotary Club for many years. Max spent a lifetime teaching children as a teacher, principal and in a variety of sporting clubs. In recognition of his contribution to the community, the Mount Gambier Rotary Club is sponsoring this $500 sporting scholarship. 2. Joe Hannagan Memorial Woodwind Scholarship - Year 10 student, Bella Shaughnessy The late Joe Hannagan was a music teacher who had a great love and passion for music. Joe created a scholarship fund to enable students to pursue woodwind music lessons. The scholarship, valued at $500, is to be used for equipment and materials. 3. MGHS Canteen Graphic Calculator Scholarship - Year 11 students, Keenan Dywer and Zeb Perkovic. Absent: Luca Hart & Oscar Miller here are a number of scholarships available, sponsored by the Mount Gambier High School Canteen, and open to students who will be studying Year 11 Maths A,B,C and/or D, or Year 11 General Maths in 2021 and anticipate studying Year 12 Maths in 2022. The scholarship provides each student with a calculator.

4. UFS Academic Scholarship - Year 12 student Emily Nieuwerkerk with John Williamson This scholarship, valued at $500, is available to a student in Year 8 to 12 whose goal is to achieve academic excellence and wishes to continue with further study after completing Year 12. 5. District Council of Grant Academic Scholarship - Year 12 student Josh Kain with Mayor Richard Sage This is an academic scholarship to students in Years 10, 11 or 12 who live in the Grant District. The scholarship is awarded to a student whose goal is to achieve academic excellence and wishes to continue with further study after completing Year 12. It provides a student with $500. 6. Mount Gambier High School Banner Mitre 10 Building Trades Scholarship - Year 10 student, Thomas Bellinger with Banner Mitre 10’s Peter Larcombe Any student studying Year 10, 11 or 12 technology subjects with a desire to work in the construction or retail industry may apply. The successful applicant receives a voucher for $500 for tools or equipment and may obtain paid work during holidays and possible employment opportunities. 7. Squashbrook Fitness & Leisure Scholarship - Year 11 student Luke King with Squashbrook’s Simon Brook This scholarship, donated by the Brook family, provides a student with free access to all facilities and classes run at Squashbrook Fitness & Leisure Centre, is valued at appoximately $700 and is for one year.

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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-36-39-22 There could be someone who is willing to pull the wool over your eyes so make sure you are in possession of all the facts. If you feel its not for you keep out of it what ever it is.


(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 1-6-5-4 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-34-40-33

Someone from your past or someone you have not seen for a long time could suddenly come back into your life. This could be a good period for making sure that your financial matters are secure.


(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 1-6-7-8 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-18-29-37-5-44 If planning to gain through gambling try with an Aries friend. During this period many will be selling or buying property and in most instances it will be for profit.


(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 1-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-34-40-33

It should be a period for good luck for cancer people and many could be getting their wishes. Love life should also go well and many could find the right one during this period.


(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Lilac Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-2 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-34-40-33

For many this is the time for reunions and meetings with old dear friends. Some could be planning trips for the same reason. Financial matters should also improve slightly.


(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 2-6-5-9 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-34-40-45 Busy time with business matters and financial dealings but your wits must be with you to make the best of everything. Somehow you could become well known in your area and people come to you for advice.


(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-6 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-24-40-33-36

More travel than usual and many could make it a long distance trip. Keep away from unsound machinery and electrical appliances and keep your wits about you when dealing in money matters.


(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 1-2-3-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-26-9-5-33 Some official or legal dealings should be handled by experts to avoid being sorry afterwards. Keep away from argumentative people and let them have their opinions to themselves.


Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 1-6-8-9 Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-34-40-33

You could be asked to do something and it could turn out to be much more than you anticipated, make sure you are not working for nothing. Have enough rest and keep away from infections.


(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-26-34-39-8 Big changes to you or someone close you could be involved in moving interstate or even overseas. Big celebration is also indicated and most likely at your place or you could be paying for it.

A long way from his hometown of Bunbury WA, Jamie Pannett chose to study medicine at Flinders University for the opportunity to join the Doctor of Medicine Rural Stream (MDRS) and spend his entire third year in a rural setting to develop a broad range of clinical skills. “I chose Flinders for the MDRS program, as the staff and students in Mount Gambier during my interview were welcoming and kind,” Jamie said. “I felt immediately attached to the Mount Gambier community and was drawn to the rural curriculum. “My exposure to Mount Gambier during my interview helped me to understand that my rural year would be in an environment that I would feel at home in, with a community that I could easily connect with.” Like many Flinders University medical students who have well developed life skills that they bring with them, Jamie, a positive and caring person also brought his experience, empathy and abilities as a registered nurse. “While in high school in Western Australia, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to study, but I had been exposed to healthcare through volunteer work and found myself interested in a career where I could help people at their most vulnerable,” he said. “Prior to studying medicine, I worked as an assistant in nursing at a rural hospital in Western Australia while studying Registered Nursing. “I was also involved with a local charity, the Disabled Surfers Association South-West Branch, that further captivated my interest in a career where I could make a meaningful change to a person’s life and engage with people every day.” Jamie’s GP supervisor Dr Milan has also been his mentor, interested in sharing his knowledge with students, supporting them and ensuring they have the opportunity to learn, interact with patients and develop skills to become the best junior doctors possible.


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Support from Hawkins Clinic, where Jamie and other students are based this year, local specialists and Flinders University Rural and Remote Health staff, ensures not only that learning needs are addressed, but also their health and wellbeing. For relaxation and downtime during his busy year, Jamie writes music for both piano and guitar, runs and is learning to cook - all great outlets for stress relief, and to bolster creativity too. Although his studies are not over yet, Jamie has an idea of the area of medicine he would like to practice in.

“I’m setting my sights on emergency or anaesthetics,” he said. “I enjoy problem based, fast paced environments and I am also interested in retrieval services such as RFDS. “In five years’ time I would like to be working in a hospital and engaging in some sort of educational program for medical students and junior doctors. “I have been fortunate in having great role models and teachers in the past few years and feel that I should engage with future teaching opportunities for students to experience the same support and guidance.”

Chance to nominate influential & hard working community members for national honours If you know someone who is great at what they do, contribute to society, and

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Locals contribute to national tally Push Up Challenge sees almost $8000 raised in Limestone Coast community headspace Mount Gambier has motivated Limestone Coast locals to each complete ,318 push-ups and raise vital funds for local mental health services as part of Australia’s largest mental health and fitness event, The Push-Up Challenge. The Push-Up Challenge, which took place over 25 days in June, saw more than 170,000 Australians of all ages and from all walks of life each aim to complete 3318 pushups which tragically represents the lives lost to suicide in Australia in 2019. headspace Mount Gambier had 175 locals sign up for the challenge, adding almost $8000 to the almost 98million national tally. Now in its fifth year, the nationwide mental health event aims to bring people together to get fit, learn about mental health and help raise critical funds for mental health services in Australia. headspace Mount Gambier centre manager Tasja Barelds said thanks to the funds raised by local people in this year’s Push-Up Challenge, the centre was able to provide additional resources and support for better mental health to young people in our community. The Push-Up Challenge founder Nick Hudson, who has had his own personal experiences with depression, said the 2021 event exceeded all his expectations. “Five years ago I would never

“...the more we normalise conversations about mental health and suicide, the more we can break down the stigma associated with mental ill-health and encourage those who need it to seek help early....”

have dreamt that a push-up related rivalry with some mates would turn into a nation-wide movement for mental health,” he said. “While mental health can be hard to talk about, it’s something that everyone is likely to encounter at least once in their lifetime. “Watching so many passionate and dedicated Aussies get around

The Push-Up Challenge and have more conversations about such an important topic has been incredible. “The more we normalise conversations about mental health and suicide, the more we can break down the stigma associated with mental ill-health and encourage those who need it

to seek help early.” Each day, participants completed their push-ups while learning about mental health, with the number of push-ups changing day to day to reflect a vital mental health statistic. The event brought people from across the country together through a powerful online community sharing

encouragement, positivity and personal stories of mental health struggles and resilience. Whilst fundraising is an optional part of the event, participants across Australia collectively raised more than $8.6 million for beneficiaries headspace, Lifeline and The Push For Better Foundation, making a real difference to mental health and suicide prevention. The Mount Gambier tally was $7644. To learn more about The Push-Up Challenge and make a donation for better mental health, visit www. DOING IT FOR MENTAL HEALTH: headspace Mount Gambier’s Nick McInerney gets into the spirit of the Push Up Challenge.


Celebration “This event was not just about raising money but also coming together and remembering those who we have lost, or those who continue to fight their battles…” When family and friends remember Renee Tichbon they smile. They can’t help it. Renee was all about fun and on July 17 this year, the day before what would have been her birthday, Renee’s family and friends hosted a Longest Table charity event at the Limestone Coast Pantry, where they laughed and shared stories, celebrating her life, a life cut short on December 27 last year after a five year battle with cancer. For daughter Erin Launer and Renee’s close friends Callena Rawlings and Marita Chuck, putting together an event that celebrated Renee’s life that could also play a part in helping others, another hallmark of Renee’s life. “We wanted to do something in mum’s honour and do something she loved,” Erin said. “Mum was all about helping other people. It is what she became part of a clinical trial. She knew it wasn’t going to cure her cancer but she was looking at the bigger picture and the research she was part of could save another woman with breast cancer so she really wanted to contribute to the research so it would help other people.” The Longest Table is a charity event aligned with the Hospital Research Foundation and given the success of this month’s inaugural event, Erin is committed to making it a staple on the region’s social calendar. “The Longest Table dinner was absolutely everything I had hoped it would be and more,” Erin said. “Mum would have loved the event and appreciated the people who came out to support it. Not having run an event like this before, I was unsure of how it would turn out but everyone coming together, to celebrate mum’s life and raise money for cancer research, was

more than I could ever have hoped for and I look forward to doing it again next year.” The support from the community was also critical, the extent of people’s generosity blowing Erin away. “I was so beyond overwhelmed by the support we received putting together this event,” she said. “From those people who bought tickets and came along,

to the over 60 local businesses who donated over $6000 worth of prizes for the raffle and silent auction, and of course the support and hard work of The Pantry who without this event would not have got off the ground or been so successful. We are blown away by the generosity of local businesses, who did not hesitate to donate to support this event. And those who helped to advertise the event also. Most people who attended knew mum or I in some way, but there was also people who attended to support a great cause.” Katie Fox and Alex Williams cohosted the evening, bringing much love and light and laughter to the night and helping it to run smoothly

for the 125 people who attended. “It was an amazing response and we are so beyond lucky to have been able to hold our event, just in time before the COVID lockdown and very grateful that we could still have a mostly normal event, despite no dancing we made the most of it,” Erin said. “Although the night was in honour of my mum Renee, it was also special to many people to attended who had their own special loved ones that they have lost to cancer and would have been thinking of and celebrating. This event was not just about raising money but also coming together and remembering those who we have lost, or those who continue to fight their battles. And I know those people would be so proud of what we achieved.” The early detection message was another lesson learned from Renee’s experience and Erin hopes the event also raised awareness about how critical early detection can be to your prognosis. Despite having no family history of breast cancer, Renee had been fastidious with her health, having regular mammograms since she was 40 and that is the reason she found her cancer so early. “That’s the reason we got those five years with her – we wouldn’t have had that if she hadn’t have found it early,” Erin said. And it gave them a chance to build up a bank of special memories, including a trip to Africa, New Year’s Eve in Paris and an intimate family holiday in Robe at the end of last year – the last family celebration before Renee died. “She was committed to not dying on a special occasion, like Christmas or anyone’s birthday, that’s just who she was,” Callena said. It saw Renee fight to be part of Christmas 2020 and it will be an enduring festive season memory for Erin and the family. “She was so determined to make it to Christmas – she just forced herself,” Erin said. “It was such a special family time and she had ABOVE: (From top) Katie Fox, Alex Williams & Erin Launer; Erin and her such a great day but you could tell mother Renee; Renee’s best friends Callena Rawlings & Marita Chuck with that was it – she was done.” Erin; The Longest Table emcees Alex Williams &Katie Fox As she had for most of her life,





6 “…our hope is that the money raised from the night will help to find better cancer treatments and eventually a cure for cancer…” Renee did things on her terms – enjoying a final family Christmas and dying at home surrounded by family and her closest friends. “Mum was so lucky to be able to stay at home where she wanted to be,” Erin said. “The Palliative care team are just so amazing – they were always there, always supporting us and always helping us find a way to keep mum home where she wanted to be.” The Longest Table dinner included a two course meal with live entertainment from local artist Jess Magarey and Millicent duo JB & Crowey, with the fundraising complemented by a silent auction of items donated from local businesses and a raffle of prizes also donated from local businesses. Erin also doubled as the night’s inspirational guest speaker, sharing her mum’s story and also focussing on grief, losing her mother giving Erin insight into how critical it is for people to feel like they can show their grief and share their grief and not have to hide how they are feeling. “I think as a society we like to hide our grief and find it

uncomfortable to show our grief but it is OK if you are struggling,” she said. “There’s a comfort in sharing your story. It affects everyone differently and we just need to accept that.” The event easily eclipsed its original fundraising target, topping the $11,000 mark. “We chose for our money to specifically be donated to the Australian Breast Cancer Research charity as this was in honour of mum who passed away from metastatic breast cancer and that is a cancer that impacts too many women around Australia,” Erin said. “Our hope is that the money raised from the night will help to find better cancer treatments and eventually a cure for cancer. After the amazing response that we have received and the generosity of the local community we are 100 percent going to make this an annual event. My hopes are that it becomes a regular part of the Mount Gambier social calendar and that the community will continue to get behind it and support the event.”





ABOVE: 1. Matthew McInerney & Glenda McInerney; 2. Kerrie Sims & Julie Gosling; 3. Bernie Tichbon & Bruce Tichbon; 4. Ann Aldersey, Jen Malone & Will Malone; 5. Ali Lonsdale, Phil Lonsdale, Bec Lonsdale & Darcy Ryan; 6. Amelia Redman & Thomas Gibbs; 7. Jason Rawlings & Callena Rawlings; 8. Cass Wilson & Shannon Wilson; 9. Aaron Barbaro & Maddy Lonsdale. BELOW: Caroline Davey, Natalie Radlmair, Mekaela Smith & Erin Launer

“…most people who attended knew mum or I in some way, but there was also people who attended to support a great cause…”


Brain Teaser 1. Which city is hosting the 2032 Summer Olympics? 2. What is the name of the bachelor in the current season of the Bachelor Australia? 3. What three colours make up the Irish flag? 4. Which planet is the hottest in the solar system? 5. Who is the captain of the Olyroos? 6. Which motor company brought us the corvette? 7. Billionaire Jeff Bezos was the founder of which technology company? 8. Who played Cristina Yang in the TV medical drama Grey’s Anatomy? 9. In which year did Edmund Hillary become the first man to reach the summit of Mount Everest? 10. With which sport do we associate Ellie Carpenter? 11. Alexander the Great was the king of which Greek kingdom?

12. What is the common name for dried plums? 13. Venison is the meat from which animal? 14. The femur is a bone in which part of the body? 15. How many Olympics gold medals did Ian Thorpe win over his career? 16. How many ships made up the Spanish Armada? 17. What is the capital of Austria? 18. Which European explorer discovered the island of Trinidad? 19. Name Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s two children. 20. Fidel Castro was the leader of which South American country? 21. Ted Balilieu is a former premier of which Australian state? 22. How many Grand Slam singles titles did Evonne Goolagong Cawley win?


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23. Who is the new South Wales Health Minister? 24. The Florida Panthers play in which national sporting competition? 25. What is the largest US State? 26. Sybylla Melvyn is a character created by which Australian author? 27. Which AFL club does Travis Boak represent? 28. At which Olympics did Sally Pearson win gold in the 100 metres hurdle? 29. Irish singer-songwriter Ronan Keating was part of which boy band? 30. Stacey Porter is captain of which national sporting team?

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Once upon a time When Graham Russell was four years old, his grandfather gave him a model railway – it become one of his most beloved toys, in fact, he still has it and it still works. Little did four year old Graham know, that a cherished childhood memory, when combined with the creativity of an art teacher and a vivid imagination steeped in fantasy, would spawn a unique tourism attraction that saw visitors from around the world converge on the Penola Fantasy Rail. All good things must come to an end, though, and for Graham and partner Rose Zemlany, more than a decade of sharing their fantasy kingdom, named Penolaraya, with a steady stream of visitors of all ages, wound up when they sold the Penola property, dismantling the displays at the end of last year but preserving the memories. A new chapter ensued for the duo but the colour and detail of their passion project will live on as one of the Limestone’ Coast’s most eclectic and loved tourism attractions – its evolution a story they were always happy to share..

”... everyone walked out of here with a smile on their face...” “For me, this was a hobby, not a business,” Graham said. After 37 years as an art and design teacher, the model railway and all its resident characters eventually took up all of Graham’s time. “It’s a bit like the Sydney Harbour Bridge,” Graham said. “You start at one end to keep it all maintained and by the time you get to the other end, it’s time to start again.” Rose, who ran the adjoining tea rooms, concurred, given she was the chief gardener and cleaner for the facility. From the lifesize Dracula and Merlin at the entrance to the fantasy railway land – two popular spots for selfies – visitors were swept away in a world filled with an eclectic mix of storybook and movie characters. Merlin was the character that kickstarted the project for Graham, while Count Dracula also had a prominent sector in the railway land. There was also a rock ‘n’ roll, cartoon

character and super heroes sectors. “Basically everything that I loved ended up as part of Penolaraya,” Graham said. The Penola Fantasy Rail not only attracted die hard model railway enthusiasts but also hard core collectors, with the display featuring some amazing pieces. It was almost two decades ago that the idea for this unique tourism attraction was born and Graham had been painting, sculpting and constructing the rich fantasy world ever since, officially opening its doors in December 2009. “When we started construction, we were also spending as much time as possible going around to collectable shops and buying up anything we thought would work,” Graham said. “There’s a lot of limited edition items and many items you just couldn’t source anymore.” Just walking around the fantasy rail land was an experience not to be missed but when you add it to the flair for the dramatic from Graham, as host, as he led visitors through the display and it was hard not to be caught up in each of the worlds on display. “It truly was an attraction for all ages,” Graham said. “From infants right through to our oldest visitor ever – she was 102 years old.” From families on holidays, to the region’s schools, from aged care facility outings, to the raft of overseas visitors with a penchant for model railway or collectibles, it was one of those rare tourism destinations that really did have something for everyone. “We had a lot of repeat visitors,” Graham said. “We had some families that visited five or six times over the years.” From the indoor display to the equally rich world

outside, it was a display where you would never see or notice every intricate detail on just one visit. The list of characters that called the Penola Fantasy Rail home was extensive and included the Old Woman Who Lives in A Show, Darth Vader, mermaids, the Flintstones, ET, Spiderman, Barbie and the Munsters. There was even a detective sheet for visitors to fill out, testing them to name all characters in different sectors and turn their observation skills to the intricate displays. “In all the time we’ve been open no one was able to name all the characters at Dracula’s cocktail party display,” Graham said. “Two guys

both missed only one but no one named them all. And only three guys were able to name all the rock ‘n’roll characters – you have to have a good knowledge of a wide range of musical genres to be able to do that.”

”... there’s a lot of limited edition items and many items you just can’t source anymore...” The world Graham created for his railway boasted magic elevators, an Upside Down Kingdom and even a Thomas

the Tank Engine Cupcake Shop. And when he guided visitors through the displays, aside from his infectious stories about each sector, he also told visitors about how the display really comes to life at 1.30am every morning as the characters help with such chores as painting. “The amount of detail kept people enthralled,” Graham said. The average stay was an hour and a half, but it was not unusual for people to stay up to three hours. “I liked to call it living art,” Graham said. “Everyone walked out of here with a smile on their face and that is really gratifying.”

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Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac on the North-East side of town lies this spacious family home with living space for everyone. Off the hallway there are three bedrooms, main with walk in robe, ensuite and r/c a/c and two with built in wardrobes. The main bathroom features a shower, bath & vanity with a separate toilet for your convenience. The sizable kitchen offers plenty of cupboard space, large walk- in pantry, dishwasher and electric cooking, the dining room adjacent the kitchen adjoins the spacious lounge area with the ambience of slow combustion wood heating in addition to r/c a/c for your convenience. Two additional carpeted rooms along the north side of the home may be utilised as extra bedrooms, second living or even the kids toy room.







Green Triangle Real Estate are pleased to present for sale 357 Meyers Rd, Nene Valley.

This 351 acre property currently known as “Harris’s Flat” is located in the Kongorong / Nene Valley area and would lend itself to all aspects of farming, however would certainly make the ideal fattening block. The property has been divided into three main paddocks, all with concrete troughs watered by windmill and tank and offers cattle yards and a ramp. With main road frontage and power passing this would also be the perfect spot to build your dream home ( S.T.C.A ) surround yourself with acreage and enjoy the country lifestyle whilst also living with in close proximity to the ocean. Call Chris Manser on 0417 414 127 today to book your inspection.



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This expansive brick & Tile family home is situated on a large 775m2 corner allotment in a sought-after location within walking distance to MacDonald Park Primary School and just minutes from the inner city. The home comprises four generous sized bedrooms, three with built in robes. The main bedroom includes a newly renovated ensuite with shower, toilet and vanity. The main bathroom, also newly renovated boasts sleek and modern fixtures with floor to ceiling tiles in both. The original kitchen offers electric cooking, ample cupboard space and a dishwasher, spacious lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning for comfort all year round, and an abundance of linen / pantry cupboards for storage. Other features of the home include: Manual roller blinds for security and privacy. Single car carport with access from Dalkeith Drive plus a single car garage with access from North Terrace. Security system currently monitored by Wilsons Security. With some TLC and your own personal touch this will be the perfect family home to create a lifetime of memories. Looking to invest? with some minor upgrades this property has the potential to return approx. $400 per week.



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




$675,000 - $700,000


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Bond $1800. Pets negotiable. Enjoy country living just minutes from town. Kitchen with electric cooking, lounge with slow combustion wood heating, 3 bedrooms, bathroom with bath shower and vanity, large laundry area with a toilet and an outdoor toilet also. Outdoor entertaining area, large yard. Single bay garage plus a carport.


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Bond $2100. Pets negotiable. Three bedroom solid brick home. Attached granny flat converted to hair/nail salon. Reverse cycle air conditioning and slow combustion wood fire. Duel driveway. Fully enclosed yard. Available now.

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Professional interior designers and landscapers have created an inviting, impressive, open space. Fresh paint and new carpets throughout the hallways and bedrooms, while timber flooring layered atop existing granite-work. The updated family kitchen offers a walk-in pantry, electric appliances and black granite benchtops. The outdoor entertaining space has a new open fire pit area. The master bedroom offers a WIR, ensuite with his and hers vanity, shower, and toilet. Four more double bedrooms are comforted by ducted heating. The family bathroom with twin sinks, shower and a spa bath. The opposite ‘wing’ with a guest bedroom, WIR and a private bathroom, in addition to the recreation space, a built-in bar and an undercover balcony overlooking the tennis court. Downstairs, a fully enclosed spa and gym with a kitchenette, and bathroom connects the garage and wine cellar.

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Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom family home in Conroe Heights precinct Two living areas including an open plan area and r/c split system Sunny pergola area for entertaining Rear yard access to 6mx9m shed with 2.5m clearance Currently tenanted until May 2022 at $320 per week



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Approximately 257m2 fitted out and ready to work as motor mechanical workshop Approximately 65m2 additional office and lunchroom space complete with kitchenette & toilet facilities Freshly painted externally presented neat, well-maintained condition on a level corner allotment with two street frontages Option to separate out the space and lease to three separate tenants COMMERCIAL

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1-6/68-70 CROUCH ST SOUTH, MT GAMBIER $700,000-$750,000

G004/7 LAKE TCE W, MT GAMBIER $285,000-$295,000

- Group of 6 solid brick and tile units situated on two titles showing excellent rental returns - All 2 bedroom units with kitchen/meals and lounge, bathroom & laundry, 2 units have carports - Currently returning approx. $53,820 p/a with further potential for future rental growth

- Attention investors or retires, check out this beautifully presented apartment, in an enviable location in Mount Gambier’s lakes area - Ground floor location with easy access via picturesque front balcony of stunning views over the City - 2 bedrooms with master offering WIR and ensuite

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Rare 1095m2 elevated allotment in a very popular area in a sought after street Water, power, sewer, gas, NBN passing Close to Saint Martins Lutheran College, McDonald Park & Mt Gambier Golf Club Great location surrounded by quality homes with excellent street appeal Plans available for 4BED/2BATH/2CAR family home from Versace Home Builders

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Why wait to build new, this family sized home in pristine like new condition is ready for occupancy Formal front loungeroom + open plan main living area opening out to alfresco Work from home office/beauty salon, complete with own external access point and rinse basin ideal for the work from home hairdresser or beautician The outside has previsions for rain water tanks and shedding 4 2 1 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 $149,000-$159,000 1,095m2

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$69,000-$75,000 451m2

- Court yard style allotment within walking distance of the CBD - 451m2 in size - SA Water connected - Building plans for a two bedroom homette available upon request Gail Richards 0409 268 199 SHELLSEA CRT, PELICAN POINT

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



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New House & Land package from well known local builder, Hontondo Homes The Hontondo Homes “Lansdowne 204” plan offers 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas with double car garage, a 4th bedroom can be added if required Hontondo Homes are ready to start construction immediately, once the purchasers have finalised plans & council approval is received 3 2 2 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 HOUSE & LAND PACKAGE 187 - 193 JUBILEE HWY WEST, MT GAMBIER

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- Set on a 1987m2 allotment, properties of this size & elevation rarely come to the open market - Amazing views over the city to the Tower on Mount Gambier, plus glimpses of the top of Mount Schank - 4 double bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite and remaining bedrooms with BIR’s Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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- Final allotment remaining in the exciting subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Power & town water connected - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND 33 SIMSONS LANDING RD, NELSON $240,000-$260,000 4,316m2

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RURAL RUNDOWN Recreational fishing blueprint unveiled Strategy for future growth of sector the main focus of new report A recreational fishing strategy which lays the foundation for a prosperous future for the South Australian recreational fishing sector has been unveiled. Developed by the Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council (MRFAC) on behalf of the state’s recreational fishing community, the Recreational Fishing Strategy for South Australia 2021-2024 outlines key pillars for the future of the sector – growth, delivery, partnerships, knowledge and information. Key action items for recreational fishers include investigating the rollout of electronic diaries, explore new funding opportunities, improve research and monitoring and increasing education. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham said the strategy contains practical actions for priority areas of growth to achieve a strong future for all of the 277,000 recreational fishers in South Australia. “South Australia has an incredibly proud recreational fishing sector which plays a key role in the social and economic fabric of our state, contributing more than $160 million,” Minister Basham said. “This new recreational fishing

strategy, put together by MRFAC, provides practical actions to help grow the sector in a sustainable way and ultimately get more people fishing. “We know that when people fish there are significant economic benefits because people often stay in regional communities, visit the local tackle shop and eat at local restaurants, which all support jobs. “This is a practical comprehensive

strategy which has been written after extensive consultation with the South Australian recreational fishing sector. “This is not a government document, it is a strategy prepared by South Australian fishers, for South Australian fishers. “I would encourage everyone who picks up a rod, line, pot or net to read this strategy and think about what they can bring to

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 4700 lambs and 2720 sheep at Hamilton last week. In a typical winters yarding the quality was plain and mixed in both lambs and sheep. All of the regular buyers were in attendance but some were not fully active. There was limited restocking competition with restockers paying to $170/head. This time of the year is all about quality and buyers were more selective in a market for score 3 better lambs in the 18 to 24kg category, selling $5 to $10/head stronger. The 26 to 30kg plus category were $10 to $15 dearer in places, however all other score 1 and 2 categories and below were $10 to $15/head cheaper. Light lambs weighing 12 to 18kg lambs made from $70 to $147/head, averaging from 600c to 800c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs weighing 18 to 22kg sold from $110 to $198/head, to average between 600c and 1,030c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs weighing 22 to 25kg made from $165 to $235/head to average from 650c to 950c/kg cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs made up to $256/head to average around 820c/kg cwt. Score 3 hoggets sold to $172/head. Sheep were also softer by $15 to $20/head. Heavier crossbred sheep made to $231 with the better well covered Merino ewes making from $130 to $229/head. Wethers made from $186 to $225/head with the general run of Merino mutton averaging from 590c to 680c/kg cwt. Terminal sires sold to $65 and Merino rams made $119/head

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell away by almost half as agents yarded 421 head of liveweight and open auction cattle at a wet Naracoorte sale. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers, with feeders providing strong competition over the offering. Quality slipped last week with less of the supplementary fed pens coming forward, however this did not stop the market from selling from firm to dearer levels. Yearling steers to the trade made from 430c to 543c, with similar heifers making from 415c to 515c/kg. Feeder orders were strong here as they sought steers from 377c to 545c, and heifers from 373c to 561c/kg. Grown steers ranged from 390c to 456c, with feeder activity here to 420c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 352c to 440c, with feeder support from 370c to 507c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold to 330c/kg. Heavy weight cows remained firm in price as they made from 330c to 366c/kg. The light weight selection returning from 228c to 326c/kg. Heavy weight bulls made from 265c to 310c, as light weights to feed made up to 408c/kg

the table as we all work together for the sustainable management of recreational fishing in South Australia. “The Government will consider the key actions in the strategy, as should all those who have an interest in the sector, including local government and retail fishing trade businesses. “I congratulate the MRFAC on preparing this important, agendasetting strategy which is balanced across regions and stakeholder groups.” Actions for the recreational fishing sector which are identified in the strategy include:: • investigate the rollout of electronic diaries across recreational fisheries which are managed by registration or Total Allowable Recreational Catch (TARC) • seek government commitments to on-going funding proportionate to the value of recreational fishing, or alternatively, explore separate funding resources • improve the participation of recreational fishers in research and monitoring projects • work with recreational fishing groups to increase fishing skills and best practise handling

• work with schools and the Department for Education to identify opportunities to promote recreational fishing as a safe, family friendly and healthy activity. MRFAC Chair Sharon Starick said the South Australian recreational fishing is diverse in its demographics, regions and practices resulting in a broad range of interests and needs. “This strategy is looking at the key needs of the recreational fishing community over the next 3 years and aims to deliver tangible outcomes to the recreational fishing community by building capacity and capability,” Ms Starick said. “Incorporating the growth and progress opportunities identified by the 2020 Recreational Fishing Priorities survey, this strategy focusses on both short and medium-term outcomes for the sector to increase stewardship, sustainability and security. “It is now up to us – the whole recreational fishing community – to work together constructively to increase trust, unity, strength and resilience for a better future for this sector in South Australia.” The full strategy can found on the MRFAC website: https://www.

Critical producer forums rescheduled Rebuilding the flock and herd livestock forums for producers - are back on the calendar after July sessions were cancelled due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions. Registrations are now open to take part in the rescheduled Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA) free Livestock Forums. The Naracoorte forum has now been marked down for August 30, giving Limestone Coast stakeholders a chance to join local producers and industry experts to learn best practice management strategies to maximise reproductive performance and expand your flock and herd. Learn more and register at: growing_sa_livestock_industry/livestock_forums

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers fell away as agents offered 360 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with the continued strong support of feeder orders. Quality lifted in the grown steers and bullocks with a much improved offering however it fell away in other categories with numbers having an effect as pricing ranged from firm to easier. Yearling steers went mainly to feed on, ranging from 395c to 538c with similar heifers to feed returning from 440c to 480c/kg. Trade buyers were active on yearlings paying from 335c to 481c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade made from 395c to 435c with feeder activity ranging from 410c to 458c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 343c to 440c as feeders operated on these from 405c to 435c/kg. Heavy cows made from 326c to 367c/kg to the trade to be firm in price. The lighter types also to the trade made from 250c to 314c and feeder buyers paid to 295c/kg. Bulls were small in number as they reached a high of 312c/kg.

RURAL RUNDOWN Free regional livestock workshop on offer Animal health in the spotlight A free livestock workshop has been scheduled for the Limestone Coast, shining a spotlight on animal health and sharing the latest information with local farmers. Animal health is one of the key drivers for a profitable livestock enterprise, but some health conditions can fly under the radar. To help producers get a better understanding of what sheep and cattle health conditions are prevalent within their region, the South Australian Livestock Biosecurity Extension Project Team (Livestock SA and Animal Health

Australia) are hosting a series of workshops across South Australia. The “Better Health for Better Wealth” workshops are funded by the Department of Primary Industries and Regions’ Red Meat and Wool Growth Program and are designed to focus specifically on the health conditions that affect livestock enterprises in each region. The workshops aim to arm producers and their staff with the knowledge required to prevent, mitigate and manage animal health, whether that be and

animal pest or disease outbreak at their property. Tapping into the expertise on the ground in each region, including local producers, vets and industry leaders, will ensure each workshop is as custom designed and relevant as possible. The South Australian Livestock Biosecurity Extension Project has been made possible by the Department of Primary Industries and Regions’ Red Meat and Wool Growth Program, Livestock SA, and Animal Health Australia through the National Sheep Industry Biosecurity Strategy 2019-2024. The Limestone Coast workshop is on August 16 at Furner at Kirkland’s Shearing Shed. RSVP by Monday, August 9, via EventBrite or contacting Emily at pkeynes@livestocksa. or Pene at ebuddle@ To find out more and book, visit the Livestock SA website.

WORKSHOP PROGRAM CATTLE (8.30am-12noon) Cattle health in the SE—what to look for and how to prevent (Dr Sean McGrath, Millicent Vet Clinic) Bovine Johnes Disease (BJD) - an update (Dr Jeremy Rogers, PIRSA) Pestivirus—what is it? What can you do about it? (Dr Sean McGrath, Millicent Vet Clinic) Biosecurity and Business Continuity (Nathan Scott, Achieve Ag Solutions) SHEEP (1pm-5.30pm) Primary conditions affecting sheep carcasses from the SE— findings from the Enhanced Abattoir Surveillance Program (Dr Allison Crawley and Dr Tom Couston, PIRSA) Sheep health in the SE—what to look for and how to prevent, and best practice pain management (Dr Sean McGrath, Millicent Vet Clinic) Preventing and managing Pneumonia and Arthritis in Sheep (Dr Joan Lloyd, Joan Lloyd Consulting) Biosecurity and Business Continuity (Nathan Scott, Achieve Ag Solutions) Footrot in the SE (Chris Van-Dissel, PIRSA)

Naracoorte Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers climbed a little as agents yarded 3181 lambs and 749 sheep to total 3930 head overall. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with a small number of active restockers. Quality was mixed with a wide range of type and weight coming forward as both the sheep and lamb markets sold to better rates this week. Light and light trade lambs ranged from $113 to $166 and restockers were active from $111 to $128/head. Trade weight score 3 lambs made from $172 to $200 with a lift of $10 to $14/head with most sales averaging from 840c to 880c/ kg cwt. Heavy lambs received a similar lift in price reaching a top of $228 while the extra heavy


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Millicent Market Report Agents yarded 208 liveweight and 18 open auction cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last Wednesday, a decrease of 160 head. The yarding of mostly good quality cattle was offered to the regular processor buying field, supported by feeder and restocker activity. Vealers were not quoted. There were not enough finished steers on offer to quote. There was, however, two good lines of calves on offer from a couple of vendors dispersing their cattle. The steers ranged from 420 c/kg to a top of 542 c/kg and the heifers returning 400 c/kg to 514 c/kg. Yearling steers ranged from 350 c/kg to 500 c/kg and young heifers to 469 c/kg. Grown heifers ranged from 399 c/kg to 450 c/kg. Lighter cows sold from 264 c/kg to 360 c/kg, and heavier cows 210 c/kg to 360 c/kg. Twenty two bulls were offered, light bulls returning 396 c/kg, mediums 178 c/kg to 230 c/kg and heavies returning 178 c/kg to 280 c/kg. The next sale at the Millicent Saleyards will be held on Wednesday, August 4, upon the completion of the Mount Gambier Market.

pens made from $222 to a high of $264/head. Hoggets made from $139 to $212 while light sheep returned from $90 to $123/head. Medium weight sheep made from $133 to $170 with the heavy pens selling $6 dearer to make from $178 to a high of $225/head. Wethers made from $190 to $256 and rams ranged from $110 to $174/head.


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We all make mistakes sometimes... I’d like to have a flight attendant as part of my life. Just to clarify, this is not for reasons of me being a man and liking attractive women with immaculately styled hair and precisely applied makeup. I just looked up flight attendant rules and discovered they also can’t be too short, aren’t allowed to be overweight, should only wear one pair of earrings, have no visible tattoos, must be non-smokers, can’t have acne, must have natural coloured hair, among many other ridiculous archaic demands, but again these are not the reasons I want a flight attendant as part of my life. So why do I want a flight attendant in my life, you’re


wondering. At the start of the flight, the flight attendant delivers the pre-flight safety demonstration. In it they will explain how to fasten your seatbelt, where the exits are if the plane happens to make an emergency landing, how to get oxygen, and generally what to do if the pilot makes a mistake and crashes. The flight attendant’s job is to prepare you for the fact the pilot may well stuff up. The flight attendant doesn’t express any judgement about the fact that their colleague may kill everyone on board and destroy a multimillion dollar piece of machinery. They don’t roll their eyes as they explain that you should put your head in your lap. In fact they explain it in such a fashion that you end up feeling that if the pilot crashes it will be completely understandable, it won’t really be his or her fault, but it will all be okay. Imagine if you had a person in your life who spoke to people who may be potentially impacted by mistakes as you performed any of your daily tasks. “Please understand that Michelle may get your change wrong when you pay for your new outift despite the fact it says very clearly on her cash register how much she is supposed to give you. In the event that she does get it wrong, please smile politely at her and exit the store following a quick look at the receipt and little shrug.” And let’s be honest, the implications of a pilot making a mistake in their job are more significant than if you forget to pass

on a phone message to return a call to a customer. But we still finish listening to the flight attendant thinking, “We understand. We all make mistakes sometimes.” I’d love to have a flight attendant introducing my article to you each week. “Ladies and gentlemen, please be aware that Robbie has tried his best to write an article which is entertaining and interesting in some way. Please be understanding of the fact he’s not as funny as he thinks he is, and quite an ignorant individual in general. Remember you’re getting Lifestyle1 for free each week.” You might actually get some satisfaction reading this rubbish each week if a helpful flight attendant had lowered your expectations. Because that’s what the flight attendant achieves really, isn’t it? They lower our expectations. So anything other than crashing feels like a good outcome. When the pilot brings the plane in for landing, I often think, “He sure showed you lady! You were all doom and gloom and preparing us for his imminent failure, but he didn’t let your negativity get to him. Stick that in your tightly rolled bun.” What about a flight attendant to prepare my children Shaquille and Lebron for my poor parenting? “Shaquille and Lebron, your father was raised in an environment where both of his parents were in and out of prison. Please be understanding when he insists that there’s nothing wrong with feeding you Coco Pops for tea.”

Someone who could really do with a flight attendant at the moment is Gladys Berealphabet, premier of New South Wales. It’s nice that they give her a signer to translate her speech into sign language for hearing impaired members of the community. But what Gladys really needs is a flight attendant. “Ladies and gentlemen, please be aware that Gladys is very tired. It’s been a long eighteen

months. She’s constantly having to go to meetings. Half of them really should be emails but she just has to go with the flow sometimes. Anyway it’s possible she might totally bugger up her government’s response to this impending disaster, but if we get to a point where there are over a hundred new cases a day, please put your head between your legs and kiss your butt goodbye.” In some ways I sympathise with her. When we first starting hearing about the Corona virus, probably in about February last year, one of my friends explained to me the percentage of people who were likely to get the virus, and the percentage of people who it was fatal for, based on what had happened in China at that point. He then explained to me that would likely mean that five hundred people in Mount Gambier would die. I then explained to him phone numbers he could call to receive guidance with his mental health issues. I thought what he was saying was completely ridiculous. Touch wood, he has been proved wrong. But if I was the premier, there would be a lot of dead people. But then I think “We’ve been going through this for eighteen months you buffoon! What did you think was going to happen! Did you forget to put your contact lenses in before flying the plane? Of course it crashed. You forgot to take the handbrake on!” If you know any good flight attendants, email me at






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Digihub & Esports Cup rescheduled Digital Education & Innovation Hub back on the calendar After Victoria’s May lockdown caused the huge weekend of technology and gaming to be postponed, the Southern Grampians Council is delighted to announce that the events are back on – fingers crossed - from Juiy 30 to August 1. The fun kicks off on Friday at the DISA Festival DigiHub, when the free Digital Education and Innovation Hub takes over The Hub, 1-7pm. Australian Esports League (AEL) will run workshops for high school students in shout-casting/ commentating, alongside a range of hands-on workshops by One Day Studios creative makerspace. Attendees can also play with drones, virtual reality, 3D printers, robots, animation, gadgets and games, all while exploring pathways, careers and opportunities in the booming tech industry. This leads into two back-to-back days of free gaming competitions, when Hamilton hosts the inaugural Greater Hamilton Esports Cup; a full weekend of free, competitive gaming for all ages. Over the two days, the video game tournament will feature some of the most popular Esports games including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Rocket League, Just Dance 2021 and Mario Kart 8 plus there will be a drop-in Free Play Zone open to everyone who wants

“...though many gamers play from home, it’s more important than ever to bring people together again and reconnect the community through shared experiences like esports...” Darren Kwan (Australian Esports League executive producer and CEO) to get involved in some gaming. This will be the first time Sydney’s Australian Esports League have held an event in Western Victoria, and the team is looking forward to bringing this global phenomenon to Hamilton. AEL executive producer and CEO Darren Kwan, said they were beyond excited to bring this event back to life and finally bring their crew to be part of an awesome weekend in the Southern

Grampians. “We’re really looking forward to seeing the best of the best gamers in Western Victoria coming along to compete, meet like-minded people and celebrate their passion for gaming culture,” he said. “Though many gamers play from home, it’s more important than ever to bring people together again and reconnect the community through shared experiences like esports.”

On Saturday, high school students will compete in Super Smash Bro’s Ultimate (SSBU) and Rocket League, with the beginning of the SSBU Opens event and the Just Dance 2021 competition taking place in the afternoon. Sunday is for the drivers, with the Mario Kart 8 tournament kicking off in the morning and the top-16 players in the SSBU Open’s event finishing off the day. Players will be able to try out all the latest gaming gear and spectators can also get in on the action with shout casters commentating the games. The total prize pool on offer is valued at $1225 and includes cash prizes as well as gaming accessories. The Esports Cup weekend includes a host of other fun gaming, cosplay and tech-themed activities, including free BeatSaber virtual reality gaming sessions at the Greater Hamilton Library, Black Widow movie screenings at the Hamilton Cinema, superhero maskmaking and a pop-up exhibition by the Hamilton Gallery. This is alongside a meet and greet with a well-known cosplayer, plus a ‘DoNut Disturb’ chill-out zone by TAC’s Vanessa team, where free donuts will be on offer alongside games and giveaways. The Esports Cup comes to the region as part of Southern Grampians Shire Council’s Event Attraction Program and will be

live streamed from The Hub in Hamilton’s CBD and broadcast online to an audience of up to 20,000. Southern Grampians Shire Mayor Bruach Colliton said council was thrilled to be bringing the Esports tournament to Greater Hamilton. “Young people in our region, my own kids included, have told us these are the kind of events they want more of,” he said. “The huge numbers attending the Hamilton Library’s first ever online gaming event in the April School holidays just goes to show how popular Esports and gaming are with young people. “Council are committed to doing more to support youth and provide access to events outside of traditional sports for young people in our community, so we hope to see heaps of people getting involved with this event.” Find the Greater Hamilton Esports Cup event on Facebook to stay in the loop, and register your free spot via the AEL website; www.ael. See the full DISA Festival program at disafestival. DIGITAL FESTIVAL BACK ONLINE: Southern Grampians Mayor Councillor Bruach Colliton and his children brushing up on their Rocket League skills ahead of the Esports Cup

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services, living and working in regional, rural and remote communities to have better connectivity where and when they need,” Mr Pasin said. Committee chair Luke Hartsuyker said the review, which occurs once every three years, helps set the Australian Government’s regional telecommunications agenda for coming years. “Telecommunications is at the core of everything we do – from the way we interact socially, to the work we do, to using critical services like telehealth and education, accessing government information,

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Bringing nature to life Ten Limestone Coast artists join forces for Gallery 54 exhibition during SALA festival Natural life viewed from coastal walks, local swamps and scrublands, walking trails around our lakes area and our own garden and backyard is the primary inspiration for 10 female artists from the Limestone Coast, who have joined forces for a South

Australian Living Artists (SALA) exhibition. With a combined 450 years of art practice between them, the exhibition, titled 10 x 2, will be housed at Penola’s Gallery 54, showcasing the skills of these 10 fine artists. Trees, birds and invertebrates, including the rich colour of our local lobster, feature strongly with various printing, drawing, painting and textiles techniques employed to show a rich tapestry of images, some fleeting, some from geological time. One tangent from the natural world, borrowing further from a needlework perspective, are items from the wardrobe.

The Wattle Range Council has kindly sponsored this exhibition and Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll will open the exhibition this Sunday at 2pm, restrictions not withstanding. The participating artists are all familiar names in art circles - Julie Bignell, Ann Carpenter, Jo Fife, Jean McArthur, Anne Miles, Sally O’Connor, Kaye Riley, Sue Shaw, Trudy Tandberg, Diana Wiseman. TEN OF THE BEST: (Right) Sally O’Connor hard at work; (left) one of Sally O’Connor’s lobster pieces Jasus Ridgeback; (below from left) Ann Carpenter’s Fleeting Perch; Diana Wiseman’s Journey; Julie Bignell’s Foggy Morning Walk & Anne Miles’ Black Beetle

Community project funding on offer Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s popular annual Community Chest Program is now open. Community Chest aims to encourage, develop and support community and sporting groups to increase usage of local facilities, foster development of community services, activities and events, providing opportunities for community participation and benefiting residents of Naracoorte Lucindale Council. There is $20,000 available for distribution in Round 1, with a further $20,000 to be made available in Round 2 (opening in January 2022). Grants are generally restricted to a maximum of $3000. Guidelines and the application form are available from the Council website at https://www. and must be returned on or before 4pm on Friday 27 August 2021. Funding decisions should be advised by 30 September 2021.

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Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll and member for Mackillop Nick McBride (rear) welcomed conferees Derek Sparkes (Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) of People’s Republic of China) and Joanne Sparkes (United Kingdom), Umair Waseem (Pakistan), Vanessa Gabell (Philippines) and David Hill (United Kingdom) at a recent Citizenship Ceremony at the council chambers.

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SEN brings you all the Olympic action Official Tokyo Olympics broadcaster has all bases covered with AFL & NRL chat still available An unprecedented eight simultaneous radio channels and high profile experts headline Sports Entertainment Network’s live and exclusive coverage of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, from tonight. SEN is the official radio partner and ramped up its dedicated coverage with the long-awaited opening ceremony and continues through to the closing ceremony on Sunday, August 8. Its coverage kicked off last night with the much loved Matildas taking on New Zealand’s football ferns across the SEN network. Chief sports commentator Gerard Whateley headlines SEN’s Olympic commentary team which includes live expert commentary from former swimming greats Rob Woodhouse, who is poolside in Tokyo, and James Magnussen. And SEN will achieve an Australian first, providing parochial coverage of the Olympics in every state, honouring our commitment to not only bring the best in international sports coverage but to deliver it through a local lens. Through SEN’s official broadcast partnership with Channel 7, we’ll have exclusive access to commentary and calls from a Seven team headed by legendary Bruce McAvaney and experts such as Anna Meares (cycling), Georgie Parker (hockey) and Andrew Bogut (basketball). Retired sprinter John Steffensen will headline the athletics coverage. Each day between 10am to 3pm, your favourite SEN Olympic hosts and experts can be heard across the SEN network from their local studio. Olympics coverage will run again nationally from 6pm each night for all of Tokyo’s big finals. In further digital innovations, three “always on” channels from the 7 network will run on the SEN app. SEN continues its commitment to being the platform for every sports fan, with “SEN FLIP” continuing to


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our women and men who will represent the green and gold with pride at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics,” Hutchison said. “Through the innovation of our digital team, and our commitment to state-by-state content and respecting the power of choice, you’ll be able to her virtually every event, be it on the radio or on the SEN app. “As firm believers of choices, we are proud also to introduce new FLIP stations on the app so that AFL and NRL fans won’t have to change their behaviours by day during the Games and can flick back and forward on the SEN app. “We are very proud to be able to showcase all of Australia’s athletes to our listeners” BRINGING THE OLYMPICS TO YOU: (Left from top) Basketball expert Andrw Bogut; cycling superstar Anna Meares; hockey expert Georgie Parker; swimming champion James Magnussen & athletics expert John Steffensen.


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Plenty of events on horizon Eightball calendar ready for action

Despite the uncertainty going forward the local eightball calendarhas plenty on the horizon. The 4th annual Marshall & Moore Memorial Cup teams tournament is scheduled for the third weekend in August at the Bordertown RSL, and sometime in August the German Club is planning to host a satellite qualifier limited to 16 players only for Big Guns which is the biggest singles tournament in the country. The German Club held a satellite qualifier of the huge event for the first time in 2019 which was something totally different to anything the club had ever done before. The club sent three players to the tournament – Sawan Naker of Adelaide, Chase Daley of Portland, and Shawn Salmon of the Riverland - that won their entries to the main event through the satellite, the grand final winner’s prize included travel, accommodation and cash worth more than $2000 and the total

prize pool was valued at more than $3600. Big Guns was previously held at Bar Eight in Melbourne but since 2020 has been moved to Slate Pool Lounge in Geelong but was abandoned last year due to COVID-19 and depending on what happens in the next 14 days could be abandoned once again which would mean no go for the satellite either, same goes for the Bordertown comp. If Big Guns is cancelled, the German Club may alternatively run the 4th instalment of Underground 101 – 16 player only, double elimination invitational singles tournament – in lieu of the satellite, should restrictions be eased enough to allow it. The South East Darts Association’s Handicap Singles is also scheduled to be played Friday, August 30, at the Tara Raceway clubrooms on Lake Terrace East.

Celebrating the perfect season After wreaking havoc with all competitions across all sports in 2020, sport has again been sidelined by COIVID and we are not sure for how long. It has seen not just current competitions put on hold but also those all important celebrations of the past - premiership reunions. Next month, South Gambier is having a second go at celebraqting the 20 year reunion of its 2000 premiership side - a team that completed the perfect season, going through undefeated to secure the flag against long time rival North Gambier. Next week’s Lifestyle1 will look at that incredible feat with fingers crossed the celebrations can go ahead as planned. Glencoe Football Club has a big weekend planned this weekend with four A Grade premiership reunions; three B Grade and a couple of junior flags all planning to celebrate in a huge weekend for the Murphies.


Opportunity missed in South East darts In round 10 of the South East Darts Association Division 1 darts last Monday night, Us, of the Park Hotel, who currently sit second on the ladder -squandered their chance of keeping in touch with German Club, after knocking off the ladder leaders back in round 9 in a match that was decided by a single game. They went down by that exact same margin (11 games to 10), to fourth placed Tav Slingers in a match that obviously couldn’t be any closer. Us now sit two wins behind the top team but remain 1 win clear of Western Tavern’s GWT who lost 12-9 to German Club in what was another fairly close one for the frontrunners. In the remaining match – the bottom of the table clash – Millicent Misfits (14) made easy work – going by the final score at least – of SA1 (7) who remain on the bottom rung of the ladder and look to stay there unless they can manufacture at least two wins from the last five rounds which will be a momentous task considering they are zero from 10 at this point in the season. Port Mac Pirates continued their good form with another solid performance beating Park Hotel’s Us Too 11 games to 4. They remain in familiar territory – and undefeated 13 rounds in - at the top of the ladder and now enjoy the luxury of a two match-win buffer back to second placed Mad Max who were defeated by the everimproving new kids on the block German Club Lions by 9 games to 6. It could be touch and go as to which of these two teams finish second in the minor round - and qualifes for that all-important second semi final berth and double life - as Mad Max have yet to face the ladder leaders at home – Victoria Hotel/The Bay Pub – in two rounds time and the Lions seem to have an - ever so slightly - easier run through to the end of the season. But anything can happen. The remaining three matches saw Flanagan’s (4th), SA2 (5th), and Easterners (6th), all defeated in close matches by lower teams. Millicent Bandits now move to equal points with Easterners and SA2 after their 9-6 win over the latter, with all three of these teams being within one win of Flanagan’s – and with percentage points being quite close – the last finals qualifying position could be anyone’s. Redbacks R Us are an off-chance of still making the four after their 9-6 victory over the higher placed Easterners but absolutely everything would have to go their way, and if not, they will most likely be duking it out for the wooden spoon with Us Too and Commersh 2 who currently sit second bottom and bottom of the ladder respectively. Round 10 of Division 3 sees Attamurra Arrows - after having a rest with the bye the previous Monday night - still sitting two wins clear of Highway Rangers who were beaten by third-placed Us3 9 games to 6. Us3 now move to be equal on wins with the Rangers but if they are to pinch that second spot and double chance come finals time they will have to finish the season strong considering their percentage is well down. Meanwhile, in the remaining match between Tavern Tigers and RSL Snipers – who are battling for both the remaining finals spot and the wooden spoon – the Tigers managed to just outscore their opponents 8 games to 7 and get the win as they did back in round 5 (9 games to 6). With still a full round-robin to be played and both teams having to face off one more time yet, only time will tell the answer to the question of who qualifies for that finals position and who gets the wooden spoon.

Strong performances at Berri Open The annual Berri Open 8 Ball Singles Championship was held from July 16-18 at the Berri Hotel in the Riverland. Around 250 players, which was well down from the typical 350 due to border restrictions, played in the round robin qualifying stage of the tournament on the Saturday which included groups at other local venues including Lyrup Club and Cobdogla Club, of which 128 qualified for the knockout stage of the main event on the Sunday. Eventual champion - and now three-time winner, only the third player to accomplish the feat behind Phil Reilly of Adelaide and Jake McCartney of Melbourne, Alec Evreniadis, of Adelaide, defeated Victoria’s Nicholas Hore four frames to nil in the grand final. Evreniadis won the Berri Open back in 1989 and then again in 1997 so it’s been a while between drinks with him having to take another 24 attempts to get the trifecta. Hore did well to get to the final after knocking out top-tier SA players Nathan Nemes, and David Rothall in the quarter and semi-finals respectively, and from what I could see - from the available footage on-line - had his chances against Alec in the final but just couldn’t capitalise when it counted, and missed a few easier pots when the pressure was on that he generally would have nailed. Of the South East/Limestone Coast contingent, Bordertown’s Steven (Richo) Richardson was the standout in the main event making the last 16 and going down to eventual winner Evreniadis. John (Simmo) Simpson of Mount Gambier got as far as the last 64 along with Ian (Scowny) Scown of Bordertown, Scown also won the “Could Have Been Champions” Knock-out (consolation round) which was played on the Sunday afternoon. Another local, Kaye Simpson - also of Mount Gambier – did well in the ladies knockout on the Saturday night. She managed to get as far as the semi final.




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