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Spiderman stunt success Brittany conquers her fear for charity Brittany Case set herself a fundraising target of $800 when she first embarked on the Adelaide City Plunge to raise money for Ronald McDonald House. She easily eclipsed that goal, topping the $2000 mark by the time she, literally, took the plunge on

September 17. Brittany was filled with trepidation ahead of the challenge – abseiling down the InterContinental Hotel, in Adelaide, and, having reluctantly completed the task she is in no rush to jump back in that harness. “It was terrifying, absolutely

terrifying,” Brittany said. “I don’t know if I’ll do it again because it’s so scary.” But she does want to keep raising money and awareness of Ronald McDonald House and its work. See inside for full story

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Bringing the live music When necessity industry back to life is the mother Reimagining a 2020 theatre program of invention It’s all about opportunity for artists

Mount Gambier will experience a heightened focus on live music in the coming months with the roll out of a grass roots music industry development initiative called Live and Local. The first of its kind for regional South Australia, Live and Local is a tried and tested model that seeks to support the growth of venuebased live music through the delivery of unique performance opportunities and professional development activity for local live music communities. Give the hit live music and the entertainment industry more broadly has taken over the past 18 months, this is another program, resemblant ot the Sir Robert Hepmann Theatre Local and Live program that was established last year and is an ongoing project giving local artists a helping hand to reach their audiences. The City of Mount Gambier will partner with the Live Music Office and APRA AMCOS to deliver the program which been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body. Additional project support has been made possible by the Department for Innovation and Skills through the Music Development Office.

“... Mount Gambier has an exciting opportunity to continue to build as a live music city and we understand the importance of fostering strong relationships between local musicians, venues and audiences in strengthening our local industry...” Tim Coote (City of Mount Gambier General Manager City Growth)

“...we’re putting the call out for expressions of interest from local musicians who would like to participate in the professional development and performance opportunities that the project will create...” Monica Hart (City of Mount Gambier live music project officer) City of Mount Gambier General Manager City Growth Tim Coote said the program was an opportunity to grow the local music industry by bringing together our local musicians, businesses and the community. “Mount Gambier has an exciting opportunity to continue to build as a live music city and we understand the importance of fostering strong relationships between local musicians, venues and audiences in strengthening our local industry,” Mr Coote said. The Mount Gambier Live and Local program will consist of a series of micro-festival music events supplemented with dedicated skills and professional development workshops, a local industry roundtable and support for development of a live music action plan informed by the experience, engagement and information gained through the program. “As a result of COVID-19, local venues and artists have had a tough run over the past few years, so we’re delighted by the opportunity to safely re-energise our live music scene and explore how we can continue to build live music in our region into the future,” Mr Coote said. Buoyed by the prospects of Live and Local, recently appointed City of Mount Gambier live music project officer Monica Hart said that the project will create paid performance opportunities for local musicians in a range of activated spaces during the microfestivals. “We’re putting the call out for expressions of interest from local musicians who would like to participate in the professional development and performance

opportunities that the project will create,” Ms Hart said. “The micro-festivals are particularly suited to soloists, duos or small trios that can easily activate some unique local businesses in and around the CBD as part of these events. “This is a fantastic opportunity for our champions of live music to come together to inject further vibrancy into our CBD and help to define the ingredients required to further build a thriving live music scene for Mount Gambier.” Minister for Innovation and Skills David Pisoni welcomed the opportunity to support the initiative through the contribution of $19,000 towards the management and delivery of the project in Mount Gambier. “Live music is a critical component of the cultural fabric of our communities, and we’re delighted to be supporting the City of Mount Gambier to embrace the opportunities that the Live and Local initiative will present in further building a vibrant and sustainable local music sector,” Minister Pisoni said. Local musicians are invited to express their interest in participating in the program by registering at www. haveyoursaymountgambier.com. au/liveandlocal LIVE AND LOCAL WORKING PARTY GROUP: (Back row from left)) Isaac Bruggeman, Jason Flint, Natasha Little, Marie Holmes, Taylor Fry, and Trish Bruggeman with City of Mount Gambier live music project officer Monica Hart (front) onsite at Body Fit Training - one of the upcoming micro-festival music event locations.

Thinking outside the square became a mantra of 2020 and the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre and its manager Frank Morello were not immune from having to reimagine their operation and support of the local artistic community when live performance had been shelved by COVID. And that is how the concept of Local & Live was born as the theatre manger and his staff looked to use their facilities and expertise to provide local performers with a n opportunity to reach an audience. “Considerable time was spent during the venue’s closure developing a framework around the program to ensure it was sustainable and achieved our aims,” Mr Morello said, when launching the concept and first performance last November. “We were keen to provide a professional opportunity for regional artists to showcase their creative talents in front of a live audience on the Helpmann stage.” As part of the program, artists were remunerated for their performances and involved in all facets of the production, from ticketing and marketing to promotional shoots and technical discussions. The event was also be professionally livestreamed to the Sir Robert Helpmann Facebook page. “We want our artists to succeed and enjoy the experience, so it’s really important that we work closely together to produce the best event we can,” Mr Morello said. “There are so many talented artists creating new work in our own backyard, and it’s great to shine a spotlight on them for a moment.” That program is ongoing with a call to arms for local artists

again on the agenda and a performance not too far away. The reaction of one of the bands afforded the opportunity to be part of the debut of the Local & Live program showed the concept had legs and was just the injection of hope the live music industry needed. Higgs Field were the headline act alongside the Lucindale hosted 2019 One Night Stand local act Chelsea Manor and the boys were thrilled to be able to take centre stage on the premier performance venue in their hometown. “When Frank (Morello – theatre manager) approached me about being part of this new idea, Live & Local, I couldn’t believe it,” Higgs Field founder and bass player Kyle Gleed said, ahead of their debut performance as part of the Local & Live program. “After working at the theatre for 10 years and working on that stage countless hours and thinking I would love to play on this stage, it was almost too good to be true to finally have the opportunity.” And that opportunity will continue to be available to local acts as the theatre continues to support grassroots live music from the region that have continued to been hit with restrictions and the disappointment of cancelled gigs. ALL THE WORLD’S A STAGE: Higgs Field in action on the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre stage as part of the COVID inspired Local & Live program at the end of last year.


Climbing for a cause Compton CFS volunteers shining a light on mental health When you have been touched by mental health issues in both a professional and personal setting, it doesn’t take much to inspire you to get involved in a campaign that will not only raise funds for mental health support services but also raise awareness of the impacts of mental health issues. And that’s why Compton CFS volunteer Beth Warwick has signed up for the 8th Annual Melbourne Firefighter (Virtual) Stair Climb 2021. “As a registered nurse and with people close to me I have dealt with a lot of mental health issues,” she said. “I feel quite passionate about the research and the support services for mental health and this is a great way to raise funds but also awareness in the community.” Beth is being joined by two fellow Compton brigade volunteers Blayne Price, who first joined the campaign in 2018, and Renee Ackerley, who did his first Stair Climb in 2019. The trio climb the Centenary Tower steps together each Sunday and also do individual sessions as they push towards their goal, with Beth saying all three are committed to the cause and have high hopes they will smash their goals. “Nearly everyone knows someone or is affected by a mental health condition throughout their lives,” she said. “First responder, emergency services, service personnel and health care workers are also at higher risk due to the confronting scenes they deal with.” The trio traverse the 368 steps that ascend to the Centenary Tower and will continue using that challenging trail until October 10 when the challenge winds up. It

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started on September 10. “We do laps and only count the steps on the way up,” Beth said. This year, the most experienced climber Blayne has completed 2208 steps towards the campiagn’s overall goal of 1,000,000 steps as he also guns for a fundraising goal of $1000. Renee, is leading the Compton pack at this stage with the completion of 3670 steps towards that 1,000,000 steps and also has a $1000 fundraising goal. Beth has racked up 2190 steps on her way to the ultimate goal and a $500 fundraising target but all three are hoping they at least over reach on the fundraising tally. The 2021 plan was to return to the around 600 firefighters and other emergency service personnel stepping up to fight depression, PTSI and suicide by climbing the 28 floors of Crown Metropol Hotel wearing 25kgs of turnout gear and breathing apparatus but unfortunately the current COVID restrictions in Victoria prohibit this year’s event taking place as it normally would. Given the focus on mental health as an underlying crisis of COVID-19, the virtual climb was a no brainer with the tagline Million Steps for Mental Health. The number of Australians that lose their lives to suicide each year sits at 3046, so this Fire Fighter Stair Climb campaign asks participants to climb at least 3046 steps over the month to help make a difference. The October 10 finish date for the campaign coincides with World Mental Health Day. The aim of the 2021 campaign is to raise $500,000 for Lifeline,

Fortem and the 000 Foundation, to improve support services, fund research, remove stigmas and raise awareness of mental health issues like depression, post traumatic stress Injury and suicide. You can donate to the Compton CFS campaign by heading to the https://www.firefighterclimb.org.au/ and following the links. CLIMBING FOR A CAUSE: Compton CFS Brigade volunteers Beth Warwick, Blayne Price & Renee Ackerley

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Spiderman stunt success Brittany conquers her fear for charity Brittany Case set herself a fundraising target of $800 when she first embarked on the Adelaide City Plunge to raise money for Ronald McDonald House. She easily eclipsed that goal, topping the $2000 mark by the time she, literally, took the plunge on September 17. Brittany was filled with trepidation ahead of the challenge – abseiling down the InterContinental Hotel, in Adelaide, and, having reluctantly completed the task she is in no rush to jump back in that harness. “It was terrifying, absolutely terrifying,” Brittany said. “I don’t know if I’ll do it again because it’s so scary.” But she does want to keep raising money and awareness of Ronald McDonald House and its work, hinting it might be the turn of another family member to take the

plunge in 2022. Brittany was one of 100 participants abseiling for three different charities, scaling down the 70metres from the top of the building to the safety of the footpath outside the iconic North Terrace Hotel. Brittany was inspired to take part in the Adelaide City Plunge by 85 year old Ronald McDonald House volunteer Colleen, who took part in the challenge again this month, and motivated by the significant role the children’s charity has played in the life of her family and brother, Joe Lockwood. She has nothing but fond memories of Ronald McDonald House and that’s why she was so keen to somehow give something back, all too aware it is a drop in the ocean compared with what the children’s charity has done for her

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family and so many others over the years. “I asked them once what it costs for us to stay there and it was $160 a night for a family and we were there for four months when Joe was born,” Brittany said. Her brother was born at 27 weeks and she remembers living at Ronald McDonald House with her mother and siblings and how much fun they had. “When you look back, Joe was so tiny, he had nine brain surgeries, he’s had hip surgery, hamstring surgery and then all the emergencies along the way and the check ups so we were there a lot but I don’t think we thought about what was going on with Joe,” Brittany said. “It was like a motel with a games room with a pool table and video games and lots of other kids to play with and we loved it. We missed a lot of school and they used to take us on trips and activities to keep us learning. Even Joe loved going there even though it meant he was going to hospital – he called it Ronny’s House – he was excited every time we had to go to Adelaide. It is only now when we look back that we realise how many times we could have lost him.” The total fundraising pool for Ronald McDonald House from the September 17 event was $165,000, which equates to more than 1000 nights of accommodation for families in need. Brittany has really reconnected with Joe in the past 12 months – he is now in Year 9 – having returned home to Mount Gambier during COVID when her university studies were disrupted. She is studying film making – a skill she first honed back in 2016 when she made a short video as part of the Ride for Sick Kids which Joe was involved in. She has loved seeing just how much her younger brother has grown up. “The doctors said he would probably never walk or talk but now you can’t shut him up and I think he’ll be walking soon,” Brittany said. “I think he has just realised how much he wants to be able to do those things and be more independent. He’s doing great and he loves I am going to jump off a building like Spiderman.” So not surprisingly, Spiderman was Brittany’s outfit of choice, easily securing Joe’s tick of approval. “When I put on the Spiderman suit in the morning Joe just loved it and through it was so cool,” she said. “They even played the Spiderman theme as I was coming down the hotel.” The 25 year old was one of two Mount Gambier participants, with Venita, a parent, also taking the plunge. “I was one of the youngest doing the plunge – most were parents or volunteers from the charities,” Brittany said. TAKING THE PLUNGE: (Left from top) Brittany Case with her brother Joe Lockwood; Brittany making her way down the InterContinental

Adelaide; being interviewed for Channel 10 News and (above left) Venita, also from Mount Gambier,

with Ronald McDonald House volunteer Colleen, who inspired Brittany to take part.


Celebrating cabernet in style 2021 program really does have something for everyone that tourism operators within the region are aware of not only what’s happening in their own districts but beyond, so that we can encourage people to go that bit further, discover more and stay another day,” Ms Eldridge said. “We are seeing a phenomenal amount of people travelling from within South Australia, many of

whom are exploring our region for the first time.” The Coonawarra Vignerons have also received a shot in the arm through the Regional Events Grant Funding Program with sponsorship from the SA Tourism Commission enabling the festival to proceed for a further three years. The full list of events, which

coincide with South Australia’s school holidays, is available online at www.coonawarra.org CELEBRATING CABERNET: (Top left) Dan Redman showcasing some 10 year old drops & (bottom left) enjoying the sunshine at DiGiorgio Family Wines.

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Coonawarra wineries are preparing for a busy month ahead with plenty of fun events for the whole family planned as part of the upcoming Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations. A highlight on the wine region’s event calendar, the festival is designed to showcase and celebrate the Coonawarra’s signature red wine, cabernet sauvignon, and with October offering up five weekends, organisers have themed each one to appeal to a wide variety of tastes. Kicking off on October 1 and running through to the end of the month, locals and intrastate travellers will have the chance to see the best of Coonawarra, with no small number of cabernets and other fantastic wines to be tasted as part of festivities. Coonawarra Vignerons events & marketing manager Heidi Eldridge said there will be plenty of opportunities for wine lovers, foodies and families alike to discover Coonawarra, whilst enjoying the world-class wines, country hospitality and sense of community. “This year’s program is extensive as ever with over 70 food and wine experiences to be enjoyed,” Ms Eldridge said. “There’ll be events where guests can sample vintages a decade old - or older, along with barrel to glass tastings of wines that are yet to be released , and intimate chances to rub shoulders with winemakers—learning about the process, the heart and the soul that goes into their renowned products.” One of the feature events in the calendar is the Regional Cabernet [Decade]nce Tasting and is a fantastic example of wineries copresenting. “This combined winery event brings together up to 15 producers and winemakers in one location to taste and compare wines 10 years and older with current releases,” Ms Eldridge said. “Not all of our producers have cellar doors, so this is a great opportunity for them to be involved in the festival, and for guests to taste their wines and meet the faces behind them.” The Regional Tasting, which traditionally invites walk ins, has sold out within weeks of the event program being released, with a second date now confirmed to cater for the demand of this unique tasting event. The second installment, which includes a dining package at Hollick Estates Upstairs Restaurant, will take place on the final weekend, Friday, October 29. Alongside the wine tasting events there are opportunities for the whole family to enjoy Spring, on the lawn, under the patio or indoors at Coonawarra Cellar Doors—whether for food, wine or other beverages—with a shuttle bus service also available. “Coonawarra’s wineries are going to great lengths to make sure that there is a variety of offerings to suit a whole range of visitors,” Ms Eldridge said. “From lawn games to nature play, cooking classes, chocolate, cheese and wine tastings, as well

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One of the State’s best in our own backyard South Australian awards honour local chef When Kirby Shearing landed in the Limestone Coast in 2009, the 26 year old at the time already had 19 years experience in food and hospitality. Hailing from the Adelaide Hills, Kirby’s mother was a cook in a pub and family friends ran cafes - he was literally raised in a kitchen. I used to make coffees and croissants in our friends’ cafe,” Kirby said. “I’ve been working in kitchens since I was seven.” And since first dipping his toe in the food and hospitality industry, he developed a passion for local produce and innovative yet often simple cuisine. Kirby’s formal training started in a blaze of glory. After enduring school at Heathfield High School, he secured an apprenticeship at age 15 at the then prestigious Windy Point Restaurant in Adelaide.

It was in the glory days of the restaurant that was clearly at the top of the tree in South Australian dining - it had no peer, no challengers to its mantle as the home of fine dining. “It was winning all sorts of service awards, other industry awards and its apprentices were bringing in the accolades,” Kirby said. He knows it was a dream gig for an aspiring chef and it set him on a path that has taken him all around the globe, including spending three weeks at Copenhagen’s famous Noma in 2011, which he cherished. “Every chef’s dream is to cook in the best restaurant they possibly can – I guess it would be a bit like a mechanic securing a job with the Ferrari Racing team; you’re talking the best of the best,” he said. It is also where he continued to hone his passion for paddock to plate experiences –

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utilising seasonal, local produce in delicious dishes. At the 2021 SA Restaurant & Catering Awards for Excellence, Kirby was a finalist in a field of nine for the Chef of the Year honour, a big tick for his business venture Soul Projects that he established in 2013. “Soul Projects was established with the intention to cater locally in the Limestone Coast,” Kirby said. “Our vision back then remains the same today, utilise local produce and ingredients to tell a story of our landscape its people and places.” Of course, like everyone at the coalface of hospitality, the past 18 months or so have required a significant reset and Kirby has been as agile as anyone with maintaining a presence on the local food landscape. “Our catering has taken a back seat due to COVID-19 and this has allowed us to give birth to The Tuck Shop on Wehl Street South,” he said.

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“... it’s wonderful that the region yet again was applauded for all its amazing people and businesses... we are really spoilt for choice...” “The Tuck Shop (originally named this) was built in 1955 by the Morish family, it serviced Reidy Park Primary School for a few years as its official canteen then a shop until the 70s. “Today we celebrate food through its new layout with takeaway and footpath dining. The concept is in line with our catering company’s vision and philosophy as local produce is at its heart and remains as its core focus.” A philosophy that has shaped the revered chef’s food journey. “I have been celebrating local produce since arriving here in 2009, but this is no different to when I lived in the Adelaide Hills, New Zealand or England,” Kirby said.

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“Being local should mean you support those in your locality, and I am lucky we have some of the best produce in Australia to do so. “What I and my great team in my business over the years have been trying to create over time is really building a solid foundation. It has always been here. “We like to tell our story of region through my hospitality upbringing but also with the talent I nurture day to day. Delivering great dining experiences are what we love to do.” His shortlisting with eight of the other top chefs in South Australia confirmation of two things – his food philosophy is sound and the team with which he has surrounded himself and the local talent he has nurtured are right on tack. “I wouldn’t be doing what I do without my amazing team of hospitality professionals and the nomination really solidifies this,” Kirby said. “It’s wonderful that the region yet again was applauded for all its amazing people and businesses but also there are a load of great places who did not enter the awards, we are really spoilt for choice.” Next week we look at the final Limestone Coast finalist – in two categories no less – Presto Eatery. ONE OF THE BEST WORKING WITH THE BEST: (Above) Kirby Shearing (right) working with Wallace Wong and (left) putting the finishing touches to a dish on site.

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Shipwreck wall set to be officially unveiled The Carpenter Rocks Progress Association and the District Council of Grant combined forces earlier this year to set up a memorial wall to honour those lost at sea. Focussing on those lost in the Carpenter Rocks, Blackfellows Caves and Pelican Point areas, locals started working overtime doing their research to find the names of those who should be included on the town memorial and in march this year asked

the public to get involved. Terryl Allen has headed up the campaign and combed through the history books before putting out the call for anyone from the community who had lost someone at sea in the area and wanted to be involved. The project is now complete, with 19 families involved, dating back to the 1930s and the

memorial wall will be officially unveiled on October 3 at 2pm followed by afternoon tea in the community hall.


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Bringing LEGO back to life BrickGambier returns to the events calendar The creativity and fun of LEGO is back with a vengeance this October Long Weekend as BrickGambier returns after a year hiatus on October 3 and 4. Organiser Emma Robinson, from the Limestone Coast LEGO users Group LEGO, said the fan event

has already attracted around 20 exhibitors with the comeback event set to be smaller than previous years given the border restrictions. “We would have had around 30 exhibitors from Victoria if the borders were opened,” she said.

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which is being hosted at the Mount Gambier Showgrounds. “A lot of us have displays that haven’t been seen anywhere

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and have been sitting there for months so everyone is really excited to have the opportunity to show off what they have been working on,” Emma said. “We do have one gentleman from Perth coming so it is great that those that can travel do want to come.” The display will be open from10am to 4pm on both days, with a special sensory session on October 4 at 9am and while there will be tickets at the door, online ticketing is available. Tickets are $7 for a single ticket and $20 for a family ticket (two adults and up to three children). At the 2019 event, BrickGambier was able to headline some stars from the popular Channel 9 reality show LEGO Masters but border restrictions are again making that challenging although Emma has not given up and is still looking to entice SA based contestants to potentially attend. The beauty of BrickGambier, which is now being held for the third time since the successful inaugural event in 2018, is that basically everyone has an emotional connection to LEGO from childhood. There will be a children’s building competition with information available at www.brickgambier. com.au and there will also be a photobooth. The beauty of BrickGambier is not just seeing amazing creations from what many of us see as a childhood toy but also the chance to speak to the creators about their displays and also pick up some LEGO tips. New and used LEGO will be for sale and there will be a coffee van onsite, while proceeds from the event go to Wet Noses Animal Rescue.


Celebrating our carers Changing the lives of countless children Mount Gambier’s Cindy Driver stopped counting how many children she had welcomed into her home as a foster carer when she reached the number of 25. But when recognised earlier this month as part of SA Foster and Kinship Carers Week by ac.care for 15 years of foster caring, she said the connections she had formed with young people added purpose and value to her life. “I couldn’t have children of my own, but had helped care for my

nieces with my brother and when they left town I felt a little empty nested so, realising how many children needed care, this was my way of filling that empty nest and contributing,” she said. Ms Driver has provided shortterm, long-term and emergency care over the years, currently focusing on respite to support other carers. Many children she cared for are now adults, but she welcomes ongoing supportive relationships,

“... realising how many children needed care, this was my way of filling that empty nest and contributing...” Cindy Driver

“...it is rewarding when you see children who have been in your care settle with long-term carers or be reunited with family...” Christine Edmunds including with a young woman she helped raise from the age of 9 who is now a mother and continues to connect. Meanwhile, Beachport grandparents Christine and Ron Edmunds were recognised for five years as foster carers with ac.care. They have cared for 38 children for various periods, including overnight respite visits, during that time. “We have had a few short-term, which is usually for a maximum of two years, to allow time for a longterm placement to be secured as it is better for a child’s ‘forever home’ to be with a younger family,” Christine said. “We are glad to allow them to have the safety and stability of one place to stay in the meantime rather than be shifted around and there have been a lot of beautiful outcomes – it is rewarding when you see children who have been in your care settle with long-term carers or be reunited with family.” Carers were recognised at a

function held by ac.care at the Limestone Coast Pantry earlier this month. “All our carers make a remarkable contribution to supporting vulnerable young people by opening their hearts and homes, whether it is for overnight emergency stays or through to long-term commitments to raising a child to adulthood,” ac.care Limestone Coast foster care manager Sherri Winter said. “Without our network of carers, these children who are unable to live with birth parents would not be able to remain in our community or have the love and support of a family-based placement.” Ms Winter urged anyone who had considered becoming a foster carer, whether long-term or

to join the agency’s emergency or respite network, to find out more at accare.org.au, email care@accare.org.au or call 1300 ACCARE (1300 222 273). DEDICATION: Cindy Driver’s 15 years of dedication to foster care was recognised by ac.care Mount Gambier foster care manager Sherri Winter at an SA Foster and Kinship Carers Week function at the Limestone Coast Pantry earlier this month. KEEPING CHILDREN SAFE: ac.care placement support worker Michael King congratulates Beachport’s Christine and Ron Edmunds on five years of opening their door to vulnerable children as foster carers.

Providing time out for foster carers Former school teacher takes on respite carer role over past decade Penola retiree Wendy Hollick became a foster carer 10 years ago when she was not expecting to become a grandmother, but wanted to remain involved with children after previously working as

a school teacher. She has treasured the connections she has formed with children as a respite carer, welcoming children into her home for short visits to provide their regular carers with a break from fostering responsibilities. “I think a lot of people believe that if they were asked to foster a child it is all about long-term and they don’t understand there is the opportunity to have a child for a day or night a month or even less frequently as a respite carer,” she said.

“I thought it was something I could do to have a connection with children and as a respite carer you can manage placements around when you are available.” Ms Hollick has valued opportunities to provide what are often seen as everyday activities for children she has welcomed into her care, finding they have sometimes been new and meaningful life experiences for the youngsters. “It is lovely just to provide ordinary life experiences for a child, like going to the library or a sports match or cooking scones, a cake or dinner together – that’s something we often do,” she said. “Some of the children are regularly in households with a number of children where it is easier

for the adult to cook for everyone, but when you have a visit from a child or two you can really dedicate time to doing something special with them and share some life skills.” Ms Hollick said her pets – a dog and a cat – also enjoyed the company and attention of visiting children, who doted over and interacted with the animals. Her connections have often extended beyond the time children are in her care, with positive relationships continuing as young people have become adults and even parents themselves. She continues to catch up with young adults who were previously in care, helping with study and remaining connected, and enjoys

watching children she has cared for compete in sports at weekends. “That can be a lot of fun and exciting and it is lovely when young people appreciate you being in their lives,” Ms Hollick said. Ms Hollick’s 10 years of service as a foster carer was recognised at ac.care’s SA Foster and Kinship Carers Week morning tea at the Limestone Coast Pantry earlier this month. DECADE OF DEVOTION: Penola’s Wendy Hollick continues to welcome children into her home for short stays as a respite foster carer. Her 10 years of service was celebrated by placement support worker Emily Wastell during SA Foster and Kinship Carers Week.

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Time to connect ac.care tackling social isolation in the Limestone Coast community New opportunities will be provided to help isolated country people connect and build positive relationships in the Limestone Coast through ac.care’s Community Connections program. “It is estimated one in ten people experience social isolation and that figure is likely to have grown significantly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic,” ac.care Community Connections manager Sue Watt said. “It is well-known social isolation has a negative impact on people’s mental and physical health, along with their ability to participate in the community. “We want to help connect the disconnected by providing opportunities to bring people together in positive ways.” Community Connections will be delivered by ac.care as a community partner in the Limestone Coast, Riverland and Murraylands, replacing the former Home and Community Care

Program. “Community Connections is all about supporting people to increase their independence in the home and build stronger social and community connections,” Ms Watt said. “Strong social connections can improve quality of life and provide better health outcomes.” The program involves shortterm support for up to 12 weeks and help connecting people with longer-term support where required. Support may include facilitating opportunities for people to become involved in local community activities, find new support groups, meet neighbours or benefit from extra help at home. South Australians aged 18 to 64 who are not eligible for Federal Government programs such as the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and My Aged Care may qualify for the program. Priority will be provided to Aboriginal people aged 18 to 49,

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School holiday program unveiled Wattle Range Council is excited to announce the Full Throttle in Wattle spring school holiday program. “With the weather starting to warm up, we are encouraging everyone to get outdoors and embrace the theme of ‘Springtime’ that runs through this program of activities,” said Wattle Range Council director development services Emma Clay. “There really is something for everyone in this program, including the continuation of our ‘Give back to your community’ activities, which consist of tree planting at Mt Burr and making bon-bons to add to the Christmas hampers planned for the Mayoral Christmas Appeal.” Wattle Range Council manager library & cultural services Janice Nitschke said. they were thrilled to continue the digital and craft activities in their smaller communities. “These holidays we are visiting Nangwarry, Penola &

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Coonawarra and we invite all residents across Wattle Range to come along for a visit to these communities too.,” she said. “The Millicent Library will also host a variety of activities every day, so have a look at the program and schedule your school holidays.” The full program of activities is available on Council’s website at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au and on Facebook at www.facebook. com/WattleRangeYouthEngage/ Feature events this time around include: • 3x3 basketball competition • Skateboarding lessons • BMX, skate & scoot YMCA Skate Park Leagues competition • Tree planting, scavenger hunt, picnic lunch & walking tour at Mt Burr Trails • Geocaching session hosted by the Geocache Mega Event team • Herb gardening in Petticoat Lane, Penola • A forest walk in Nangwarry • A fun morning of bike riding and learning bike maintenance, hosted by our local Police and the Lions Club • VR goggles, green screen & craft activities at Nangwarry, Penola & Coonawarra.

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Call to arms Mayor & councillors encourage informed decision making around vaccinations City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin and councillors Sonya Mezinec, Paul Jenner, Max Bruins and Christian Greco are encouraging local residents to make an informed decision regarding COVID vaccinations in a bid to raise the city’s vaccination rate. As at September 19, 42% of Mount Gambier residents were fully vaccinated against COVID, well below the 80% State Government target. Mayor Martin said Mount Gambier and the wider community had played an important role in managing the COVID pandemic in South Australia. “While we are fortunate to have been COVID safe throughout the pandemic, the threat of COVID has presented many challenges that our community continues to face,” Mayor Martin said. “There have been lockdowns and activity restrictions put in place and we are all getting used to wearing masks and following social distancing regulations.” “South Australian Premier Steven Marshall has indicated that COVID restrictions will be relaxed when there is equity in vaccination rates across local government areas as the State Government is still determining the minimum vaccination rate before restrictions ease. “I think it would be a wonderful achievement for our community if we could reach an 80% vaccination rate as soon as possible and be the leading Local Government area in South Australia.” The Mayor is booked in for her second AstraZeneca vaccination next month and believed that vaccination should be a considered personal decision made by community members to help protect each other. “I personally got vaccinated to protect my community so that business and industry remains open, people remain employed and we keep our economy strong,” Mayor Martin said. “I also want to protect my family and friends and I want to see people reunited and being able to come together and celebrate important occasions. I also want to be able to travel freely to Perth to visit my family, I think vaccination is key to that at this point.” Councillor Sonya Mezinec received her second dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine in the past few weeks.

“...I think it would be a wonderful achievement for our community if we could reach an 80% vaccination rate as soon as possible and be the leading Local Government area in South Australia...” Lynette Martin (City of Mount Gambier Mayor)

“...I got vaccinated to protect myself, my family, my friends and the broader community from getting COVID or at the very least the more serious side effects of the disease some of which can be very long lasting...” Cr Sonya Mezinec

“I got vaccinated to protect myself, my family, my friends and the broader community from getting COVID or at the very least the more serious side effects of the disease some of which can be very long lasting,” she said. “I want to be able to travel interstate and overseas to visit family and friends. I want to see families come together for important celebrations, welcoming a new member to the family, farewelling those that have died and I want my goddaughter to have the wedding celebration she and her partner would like to have but have had to cancel two years in a row.” Councillor Paul Jenner has just received his second dose of the Pfizer vaccine and believes it will be the ticket to regaining a sense of normality. “I would love to take my family to Melbourne to see our relatives but the only way to do that safely is to get vaccinated and for the border to reopen,” Cr Jenner said. “I don’t want to give the virus to my parents, children or grandchildren, so my choice with

my body is simple, I am having a jab to be fully vaccinated and return back to a life that feels more normal. “I also want to live in a society where it is safe for our doctors and nurses to work. I would hate to think about the burden on the hospital if we had a large COVID outbreak down here.” Councillor Max Bruins decided to get vaccinated due to many influencing factors. “I’m a firm believer in the science of vaccinations and ‘herd immunity’, I have elderly and vulnerable friends and family who I don’t want to risk giving the virus to,” Cr Bruins said. “I love travel and have family and friends overseas who I want to visit again soon and I’ve seen the devastation to many businesses caused by the pandemic and want to do my bit to get borders open as soon as possible.” Councillor Christian Greco also decided to get vaccinated to help ensure the safety of those around him. “The main reason I decided to get vaccinated was to protect my

family including my one-year-old baby and my grandfather who is now over 80,” Cr Greco said. “Getting the vaccination wasn’t just about me as a person, it’s about protecting everyone else in our community.” The Mayor and councillors encourage local people to seek COVID vaccination information from a trusted source to make an informed personal decision about the vaccines. “Sometimes it is hard to work out what is fact and what is fiction, particularly online. If you have questions or concerns or feel hesitant about getting a vaccine, I encourage you to seek the facts and evidence based information,” Mayor Martin said. “It is so important to rely on

reputable sources of information and to stay up-to-date on the latest information about the vaccines to help you make an informed choice.” To assess if the COVID vaccinations are right for your health needs, discuss it further with your doctor or a trusted health professional. All South Australians aged 12 and over can now book a COVID-19 vaccination. Visit SA Health Vaccination Clinics and Sites GETTING THE JAB: City of Mount Gambier Councillor Sonya Mezinec receives her second AstraZeneca vaccination administered by Dr Scott Milan at Hawkins Medical Clinic, Pinehall.

COVID vaccine resources For information about COVID vaccines call the SA COVID-19 Information Line on 1800 253 787 or visit SA Health COVID-19 vaccinations. The Federal Government websites www.australia.gov. au and www.health.gov.au/ COVID-19 also provide COVID information and advice. SECOND JAB: City of Mount Gambier Councillor Paul Jenner receives his second Pfizer vaccinationearlier this month.

The End of an Era at SE Battery Services... Heather Gabell is retiring after 47 years, most of them with Alan Mahoney owner (deceased) as his right hand. Heather is handing the reins over to Alan’s Daughter and her family and can assure their customers the business is in great hands and would like to thank all her customers, representatives and friends for all their support over the years. Christina And Beau would like to thank Heather for her hard work and dedication to the business and all her help and knowledge during their transition into the business. Heather is like a family member and will be missed but we will be harassing her from time to time. Heather will be sadly missed by everyone.

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ARIES

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 5-9-6-3 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-23-36-39-22 Happiness is around the home or love for most. Something you started earlier this year should now pay off with interest. There could be some financial fringe benefits for the hard worker and the singles many weddings coming up soon.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-27-8-33

Unexpected travel for many of you. Your love life should be getting more interesting. Some discrete or secret developments tend to bring unanticipated financial rewards to be nice to an elderly relative.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-18-21-12-25-45 Romance looks likely for the single, and many could be on the verge of making relationships permanent. Career and financial affairs should progress quickly, and you may be invited into clubs and group activities.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 4-6-12-25-29-33

You should be more able to rely on hunches; friends could be more supportive; however, agreements or meetings with the past could leave you feeling missing out on something important.

LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-5 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-20-33

You should not be backward in coming forward with your new ideas. Someone higher up is impressed with your input. It could be a very deceive period in your career matters. Romance might have to wait until you have more time.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 4-9-6-5 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-9-7-22 It is essential to get on with your own thing during this period and not to let others interfere with your plans. Your love affairs should be starting to look good and some improvement in troublesome family matters.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 4-9-6-7 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 7-4-12-25-26-30

Cancer fundraiser a sizzling success Fundraising tops $6000 mark after barbeque The seventh annual Big Aussie BBQ hosted by Member for Barker Tony Pasin, with the help of the Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group, has pushed the total raised over $6000. “All funds raised go towards the fantastic work that the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia do in reducing the impact of prostate cancer on Australian men and their families,” Mr Pasin said. “I am thrilled with the level of support for this important initiative which not only raised important funds but also awareness of the disease and the need for men to undergo appropriate health checks. “A huge thank you must go to Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group who assisted with the barbeque, and more importantly were on hand to provide support and information to members of our community.” “Thanks also to Tracy Bryant, our Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Nurse for joining us and having valuable discussions about prostate cancer with many local men on

the day. I also extend my thanks to Baxter Hire, Baker’s Delight and Shelton’s Butcher for their generous donations, without which this event would not have been the success it was.” The Member for Barker was also grateful for those who were unable to attend the barbeque in Mount Gambier and sent donations via the funding page on the foundation’s website. Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australian men, killing more than 3300 men every year. For further information on prostate cancer visit the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia at: http:// www.prostate.org.au/ SIZZLING FOR A CAUSE: (Below from left) Tony Burch, Brian Hueppauff, Ian Minge, Tracy Bryant (Limestone

Coast Prostate Cancer Nurse), Tony Pasin MP, Alec Hamilton, Terry Galwey, Ian McInnes, Tony Duddy, John Hill & (front) Malcolm Porter and (above) Tracy Bryant (Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Nurse) and Tony Pasin MP.

Your self-esteem might have had a few knocks lately, but do not let others interfere with your plans for the future. Some good vibes are coming your way, and most of what you plan should go smoothly, and you should enjoy it.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 1-3-5-2 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-9-6-11 The next couple of weeks could turn out to be very important for your future career. If an opportunity comes along, do not let it pass without doing your best to benefit from it. If interested in outdoor activities, now is an excellent time to start something new.

SAGITTARIUS

(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 5-6-3-2 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 5-12-45-20-31-33 You should be making steady progress in your financial matters, and your working environment should be pleasant and happy. Do your best, and if stuck, ask for help straight away instead of trying to tackle things alone.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 4-9-6-8 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 4-45-23-36-31-11 There should be plenty of action around you, and you should feel happy and contented with your loved ones. There should be a chance of improvement in financial matters also.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 7-9-6-5 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 7-15-26-34-40-22 Romantic matters should be well aspected during this period, and many happy moments should be had with loved ones. Do not neglect your dayto-day duties in this very romantic period. Keep your head cool at work.

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PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 6-3-2-3 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 6-12-25-45-32-22 Some problems with communications could hamper your travel plans, and there might have to be cancellations for you. You could be trying to start a new venture with someone to make sure you know all the ins and outs of things. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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The 2021 MegaFest at the Naracoorte Caves National Park in November will also feature two unique violin concerts in the stunning Blanche Cave. Internationally acclaimed violinist Jonathon Glonek will perform two concerts in the cave - the first on the eve of the MegaFest on Saturday, November 13, and the second on the day of the MegaFest on Sunday, November 14. In the second concert, Glonek will be joined by German/American violinist Heidi Von Bernewitz for a duo recital. Tickets are $454 a head from trybooking.com/BRYDN and for more information email bfwbarry@gmail.com or phone 0498 720 512.


21. Who is the captain of the Australian Women’s Cricket team? 22. The Eye of the Storm is a novel by which Nobel prize winning Aussie author? 23. Who composed the violin concertos titled Four Seasons? 24. Cirque du Soleil started in what country? 25. What is the first element on the Periodic Table? 26. What is the name of the fictional prehistoric town in which The Flintstones live? 27. A flamboyance is a group of what animals? 28. Which nuts are used to make marzipan? 29. What does a seismologist study? 30. What is the biggest artery in the human body?

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mythology, who was the first woman on earth? 12. Tennis star Serena Williams won which major tournament while pregnant with her first child? 13. What was the first toy to be advertised on television? 14. What is the tallest breed of dog in the world? 15. Who was the first female Prime Minister of Great Britain? 16. What is the smallest ocean in the world? 17. In which city was Anne Frank’s hiding place? 18. What was the name of the rock band formed by Jimmy Page? 19. The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country? 20. Which racecourse hosts the Cox Plate?

LAURA DUNDOVIC’S SECRETS TO SLEEP “Right before I go to sleep I put on either sounds, meditation music or a guided meditation. For me I think we spend around a third of our lives sleeping so if I can have a still mind before bed I can control that third of my life being peaceful. It’s also the time that our bodies recover and I want mine to be able to do so in a calm state.”

MAKING SURE YOUR SNACKS ARE JUST THAT - SNACKS!! A snack should be just that – a snack, not an entire meal. If you regularly consume the calorie equivalent of a main meal in between actual main meals, you could easily gain weight over time. So, around 150 calories (600 kilojoules) is your target for a well-portioned snack.


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Think about your neighbours – particularly those with vineyards - and don’t underestimate the potential distance of impact before spraying weeds in the coming weeks. Executive Director of Biosecurity at the Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA), Nathan Rhodes said with good winter and early spring rains in most areas of the state producers need to continue good diligence when planning spray operations. “With the availability to growers in the last couple of seasons of new weather station technology and the implementation of larger droplet size requirements, chemical users still nevertheless need to pay attention with the details of their activities,” he said. “It is vitally important to be

aware of sensitive crops in your area, particularly newly shooting grapevines which are highly susceptible to many broad-acre herbicides. Certain weather conditions such as inversions can result in spray drift damage up to tens of kilometres from the application site so consider sensitive crops that might be some distance away “Operators need to understand the way that different chemical formulations behave in the atmosphere. Without due consideration there is a risk that spray activities could lead to offtarget damage to grape vines, resulting in potential chemical residue consequences in wine. “While chemical trespass complaints from viticultural

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers eased as agents yarded 515 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the regular field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality was mixed with something to suit most orders as the market sold to slightly softer rates last week. A small number of vealers came forward with the steers reaching 540c and the heifers making to 526c/kg. None of the yearling cattle went to the trade buyers with the feeder orders seeking steers from 485c to 580c and heifers from 402c to 562c/kg. Restockers sourced steers from 500c to 598c and heifers from 560c to 584c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks eased 4c to 6c as they ranged from 430c to 489c to the trade and feeder support from 470c to 510c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 406c to 456c with feeder activity from 450c to 519c/kg. Manufacturing steers reached 416c/kg. Heavy cows lost 5c as they ranged from mainly 375c to 418c with an isolated sale to 430c/kg for younger types. The lighter pens to trade buyers made from 339c to 360c with feeders active from 395c to 440c/kg. Restockers were active from 375c to 400c/kg. Bulls ranged from 280c to 323c/kg.

properties have been significantly below the long-term average in the last three years, the Department is aware of some drift damage occurring that is not being formally reported. “We therefore encourage producers to report any potential instances of chemical trespass so we can investigate as quickly as possible. Quickly acting on any suspected spray issues not only helps to reduce future damage, but also to ensure markets are not jeopardised because of chemical residues.” Mr Rhodes advised producers and spray operators when planning operations that it was vital that not only the right chemical is selected for the job but weather conditions are also closely

monitored. “It is of critical importance that no spraying should take place under inversion weather conditions,” he said. “Thesegenerally exist from late in the evenings, right through the night until early morning “Fortunately, the adoption by growers of the Mesonet weather station grid in the Mid North, Mallee and Riverland provides an extra tool to assist producers in their planning, particularly in identifying weather inversions near their properties. “Run by Ag Excellence Alliance, this system allows producers through their mobile phones and computers to access more applicable, up to date weather information, providing the signal of when it is safe, or not safe to spray. “Chemical users are also reminded to read and comply with chemical label requirements. Mandatory instructions on the product label are legally enforceable, with many products now directing a specific droplet size for applications as well as buffer zone requirements. “In investigating reports of chemical trespass, PIRSA will continue to pursue anyone who has deliberately or negligently caused damage to others by not following the regulatory requirements for agricultural chemical use. Offences can carry a maximum penalty of $35,000 per offence, reflecting the seriousness of not following mandatory label instructions.” For information on avoiding spray drift and best practice chemical use, including the industry endorsed Code of Practice for Summer Weed Control visit www.pir.sa.gov.au/chemicalbest-practice For information on the current Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) 2,4-D requirements visit www.apvma.gov.au

Naracoorte Market Report CATTLE Numbers remained steady as agents yarded 741 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with an additional feeder order this week along with the regular restockers. Quality remains mixed over the pens with a few better lots coming forward as the market sold from firm to slightly easier in places. The trade failed to purchase any yearling steers with feeders taking most of these from 488c to 598c, with restocker activity from 520c to 617c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade ranged from 484c to 510c to remain firm in price. Feeders operated from 436c to 580c, and restockers from 485c to 565c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks made from 450c to 487c to the trade, with feeder support from 478c to 525c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 380c to 460c, with feeder activity from 441c to 510c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold to 338c/kg. Heavy weight cows remained firm in price as they ranged from 360c to 428c/kg. The light weight types made from 320c to 380c, with some restocker support from 340c to 390c/ kg. Bulls sold to softer rates as they returned from 284c to 332c/kg.


RURAL RUNDOWN Launch of Limestone Coast plan Five year blueprint endorsed by minister

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY In another small yarding, agents yarded 987 old lambs and 1508 sheep at Hamilton last week. The quality was much improved in both lambs and sheep and most of the regular buyers were in attendance. There was restricted restocking competition. The market was erratic over all categories with the better covered lambs selling $10 to $15/head stronger and 1 and 2 score lambs selling softer. Light 12 to 18kg lambs made from $111 to $144/head, averaging between 675c and 788c/kg cwt. The light 18 to 22kg trade weight lambs sold from $152 to $200, averaging between 765c and 890c, whilst the medium trade weight lambs made from $170 to $234/head to average from 780c to 880c/kg cwt. Heavy 26 to 30kg and over trade weight lambs made up to $251/head. Hoggets in 3 score condition sold to a top of $200/head. Trade sheep were also stronger by $10/head. Heavier sheep sold $15 dearer making to $238, while the better well-covered Merino ewes making from $185 to $238/head. Wethers sold from $170 to $212/head and the general run of Merino mutton averaged between 640c and 737c/kg cwt. Terminal sires sold to $120/head.

Weeds to watch

Limestone Coast Landscape Board unveils hitlist As our landscape comes alive this spring with native plants and pasture, the Limestone Coast region also sees an increase in pest plants. Limestone Coast Landscape Board Landscape operations team leader Deb Lang is urging the community to be vigilant this season to keep on top of spring weeds on their property. “There are a number of pest plants that thrive during spring, and it is an ideal opportunity for landholders to manage their weed infestations,” Deb said. Landscape officers for the Limestone Coast Landscape Board work with community groups and local landholders on what weeds to look out for and provide assistance on how to control them.

“Spring weeds we’re focussing on this season include cape tulip, false caper, salvation Jane, variegated thistle, and boneseed,” Deb said. Weed infestations can reduce carrying capacity on properties and potentially cause harm to stock. An integrated weed control program involving identification, weed removal and applications such as spraying with herbicide can improve land productivity significantly. “An integrated weed control program can assist in preventing the spread and new incursions from becoming established which not only benefit productivity on properties but most importantly the long term sustainability of the landscape,” she said.

The impact of pest plants on the broader environmental setting is also considerable with weeds outcompeting native vegetation, harbouring pest animals and reducing native biodiversity across the Limestone Coast landscape. Landholders are also reminded now is an ideal time to plan to control summer weeds such as blackberry, wild rose, innocent weed, caltrop, Bathurst burr, African lovegrass and silverleaf nightshade. For more identification assistance or advice on weeds in your area contact your local Landscape Officer by calling the Limestone Coast Landscape Board in Mount Gambier(08)8735 1204 or in Keith 08)8755 1620.

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board is delighted to announce that the Regional Landscape Plan 2021-2026, setting the five-year strategic direction of the board, has been endorsed by the Minister for Environment and Water David Speirs. ”Our historic Landscape SA reform is putting communities back at the heart of natural resources management and these Landscape Plans are a key part of this,” Mr Speirs said. “I look forward to seeing Landscape Boards across the state deliver our back to basics approach in partnership with the wider community.” The Landscape Plan was developed in consultation with the community and key stakeholders encouraging the region to work together to achieve impactful and sustainable changes to landscape management to benefit the economic growth and productivity of local communities. The LC Landscape Board’s five priorities are: working collaboratively to manage pest plants and animals, growing sustainable primary production, protecting and balancing our region’s water resources, educating and partnering to sustainably manage our landscapes and conserving and enhancing our region’s biodiversity. Limestone Coast Landscape Board Chair Penny Schulz said the priorities of the Regional Landscape Plan focused the LC Landscape Board on critical issues and opportunities for the region

“...our historic reform is putting communities back at the heart of natural resources management and these Landscape Plans are a key part of this...I look forward to seeing Landscape Boards across the state deliver our back to basics approach in partnership with the wider community...”

and where the board will seek to partner with community and stakeholders. “The LC Landscape Board looks forward to enacting this Landscape Plan and empowering the local community to sustainably manage our landscape,” Ms Schulz said. Limestone Coast Landscape Board general manager Steve Bourne said it is an exciting time for opportunities in land management within the Limestone Coast. “The team look forward to implementing the LC Landscape Board priorities and vision through our on-ground works,” he said. Eight focus areas allow projects to incorporate First Nations engagement, adapt for climate change, develop our relationships with partners across all sectors and target high priority pest plant and animal species for effective management and control. The five-year Landscape Plan guides the Limestone Coast Landscape Board’s investment through an annual Business Plan that sets out how on-ground works and strategic activities will deliver on the board’s priorities. In conjunction with the plans, the Walking Together Statement reflects the Limestone Coast Landscape Board’s commitment to embedding First Nations knowledge into our work and providing opportunities to work together in sustainable landscape management. The statement reflects the South East Aboriginal Focus Group’s Lartara-Wirkeri cultural governance framework which promotes best practice around cultural outcomes in caring for our regional landscapes. For further information on the Regional Landscape Plan and the approved 2021/22 Business Plan please visit the website https:// www.landscape.sa.gov.au/lc KEY DOCUMENTS UNVEILED: Robyn Campbell Co-Chairperson South East Aboriginal Focus Group together with Steve Bourne General Manager, Limestone Coast Landscape Board proudly display the Landscape Plan and The Walking Together with First Nations Statement.

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MY PROPERTY Modern & Stylish home perfect for outdoor entertainment 18 Buffalo Crescent, Mt Gambier

MAXIMISING STORAGE

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Located in a cul-de-sac and surrounded by schools and the Conroe Heights Supermarket. Entry to the home is via a dual driveway accessing a secure double garage with interior access. The master bedroom offers a ceiling fan, a WIR, and an ensuite. The laundry has external access and features a built-in bench, storage and a linen press. Bedrooms two and three both offer BIRs and ceiling fans. The kitchen offers an island breakfast bar, a double

sink, a d/washer, an electric cooktop and oven, and a walk-in pantry. The pergola is accessed via dual aspect sliding doors with a built-in kitchenette complete with a barbeque, dual ceiling fans, a television, a pot belly fireplace and is enclosed with zip-track blinds. The landscaped rear garden benefits from high secure fencing and a garden shed. The home is comforted throughout with central gas heating and is fitted with 6.6kw solar panels.

FAST FACTS AGENT Ray White Mt Gambier 2A & 2B Mitchell St, Mt Gambier Tahlia Gabrielli 0438 883 992 RLA 291953 PRICE $419,000 - $439,000 3

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Bec Hann Property Management (08) 8724 7405

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24 Tanglewood Crescent, Mt Gambier 6+ 4 5+ Expressions of Interest Open by appointment

Sale

Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier $180,000 + Stock Open by appointment

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239 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier 16 7 2 E.O.I by 30th September 2021 (Unless sold prior) Open by appointment

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Located in a cul-de-sac and surrounded by schools and the Conroe Heights Supermarket. Entry to the home is via a dual driveway accessing a secure double garage with interior access. The master bedroom offers a ceiling fan, a WIR, and an ensuite. The laundry has external access and features a built-in bench, storage and a linen press. Bedrooms two and three both offer BIRs and ceiling fans. The kitchen offers an island breakfast bar, a double sink, a d/washer, an electric cooktop and oven, and a walk-in pantry. The pergola is accessed via dual aspect sliding doors with a built-in kitchenette complete with a barbeque, dual ceiling fans, a television, a pot belly fireplace and is enclosed with zip-track blinds. The landscaped rear garden benefits from high secure fencing and a garden shed. The home is comforted throughout with central gas heating and is fitted with 6.6kw solar panels.


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1/101 JUBILEE HIGHWAY EAST, MOUNT GAMBIER

SOLD

$155,000 - $165,000

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CONVENIENT CARE FREE LIVING

This warm and inviting, standalone solid brick and tile unit is located within walking distance to all amenities and offers many added extras. The home comprises two sizable bedrooms, main with built in robes, lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning and gas heating, spacious combined kitchen / dining with electric cooking, bathroom with bath shower and vanity and a separate toilet. The home is fitted with assisted living aids Throughout. Outside features include a secure single car garage complete with an automatic roller door plus a single car carport and a secure storage room for your convenience. Live carefree and low maintenance with the established Strata Complex taking care of lawns, garden and maintenance issues. This property would make an ideal home for those looking to downsize or a fantastic investment opportunity.

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67 NORTH TERRACE, MOUNT GAMBIER AUCTION DETAILS BELOW

792 acres

FRIDAY 22ND OCTOBER AT THE KONGORONG FOOTBALL CLUB (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR)

Green Triangle Real Estate are pleased to present for sale 154 Jolleys Lane, Kongorong. This 792 acre property is located in the Kongorong area and is set across three Titles. Features of the property include: Delaval dairy with a 60 cow rotary platform, automatic cup removers and automatic feeders. 170 tonne Silo storing capacity (2 x 60 tonne, 1 x30 tonne 1 x20 tonne) plus 2 x 20 tonne silos feeding dairy. The large 32m x 18m shed currently utilised for calf rearing & hay storage is conveniently located adjacent the dairy, with extra outdoor calf rearing pens also available. 100m x 25m feed pad (approx). 4 pivots in working order, watering approximately 186 ha of highly fertile dark loam soil, with high carrying capacity perennial grasses. 982 ML Water Licence plus 200 ML subject to approval by the Department for Environment & Water. 3 equipped irrigation bores with electric motors watering 4 pivots. 2 equipped bores with windmill and tanks water all troughs. 3 stand shearing shed. Limestone / rubble quarry. The property is fitted with some new boundary fences and is surrounded by approx. 7kms of road / track frontage. The conveniently located spacious four bedroom brick home, currently receiving some upgrades offers the purchaser the opportunity to add their very own touch. For further information and an inspection of the property please contact Garth Manser on 0417 071 180.

CLEARING SALE

A/C Laslett Nominees

LEASED

$400 PER WEEK

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Available 30th September 2021. Bond $2400. Pets negotiable. This spacious family home is situated in a sought after location within walking distance to MacDonald Park Primary School and a short drive to Saint Martins Lutheran College. The home offers 4 bedrooms, main with an upgraded ensuite and BIR, and 2 of the remaining 3 bedrooms also with BIR, spacious main bathroom with bath shower and vanity and a separate toilet. Kitchen with electric cooking, double sink and a dishwasher adjacent the dining area, Spacious lounge room with R/C A/C the home offers linen cupboards in the hall and pantry / linen cupboards off of the kitchen.

Friday October 15th | 151 Hodges Rd, Mt Schank at 10am Outside entries invited. Catering provided by the Allendale East Hall Committee. For more information contact Chris Manser on 0417 414 127. Covid-19 restrictions will apply.

SD7 Dozer 2205 model, John Deere 6920 tractor with John Deere 741 self-levelling loader with bucket and hayforks (3580 hours) Krone AM 2835 hay mower, Dakenag forage harvester, Glendore Hydra-drive silage wagon, Hay rake, WMI Pa-Mick hay feeder, Kerfab Wrapped bale soft hands, round bale feeder, paddock bale feeder, Wile 26 hay moisture & temperature meter (x 2) Connor-Shea Disc Super Seeder Series, Gibbon-Rawling 20 plate disc plough, ribbed roller 2.4 m wide x 1.8 m high, flat roller 2.1m wide x 1.0m high, mobile sheep feeder, Cowra lick feeder (on skids) small plastic feed bin, various 3PL attachments -ripper, blade plough, grader blade, post hole digger, Bait mini spreader, pasture harrows, Isuzu 1400 long truck with stockcrate reg. VVS-251, Mazda BT 50 ute 2016 model, 89,000 km, Honda TRX 500 4 x 4 quad bike, 13,500km, 907 hours, Honda CRF 230F motorbike, Suzuki TF125 (bent swingarm) 3 axle flat top trailer, 8.0 m long x 2.5 m wide, 6 x 4 trailer with grinder and pipe vice fitted, reg. TYI-923. Many assorted sundry workshop & general items including Full Boar Demolition Hammer FBT1200, Powerbase Air compressor 2.5HP/50 litre, Model PB-0255, Toolex portable generator with Honda GX 390 motor (electric start) Projecta Workshop 2100 battery charger and engine start, Magmate 180P MIG welding machine & trolly, gas bottle, cattle dehorners, Gallagher electric fence unit & many boating, camping & fishing items including a Stacer 420 Seahorse dingy (UB148S) on Dunbier trailer (YGJ-564) with Yamaha CV30 outboard and Lowrance sounder. Outside Entries A/C Station Lane - Southern Cross SX 300 traveling water winch (new washers in pump) 1 x tonne super spreader on wheels, 6 x steel skip bins 1 ½ meter Long x 1 meter wide 1 x meter deep. A/C McGrath & Partners - Stevlon post driver 4 6 8inch augers driven by own PTO pump, hay elevator, ute crate, manual sheep handler ( clamp style) calf marking cradle, irrigation pipes, Thortons oat feeder & miscellaneous goods. For a more detailed list go to http://www.gtlivestock.com.au/ go to livestock - upcoming clearing sales



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NEW > CLASSY COUNTRY LIFESTYLE PROPERTY

NEW > 45 ACRES OF VACANT LAND

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 25TH OCTOBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Beautifully presented 1996 built brick and tile home set on 37 acres on the city fringe - Four bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas - Tree lined paddocks with shelter belts of established gums - Implement Shed & Hay Shed, cattle yards with ramp & 9kW Solar System - 1 bedroom studio with new bathroom and additional shed with workshop - Rainwater and irrigation bore - Productive horticultural land with regular fertilizer history

45 ACRES

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 29TH OCTOBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Great location only minutes from Mount Gambier - 3 road frontages to Smith, Dohle & Square Mile Roads - Offering equipped bore, SA Water connected, with water licence (available separately) - Excellent position ready for building your new home! - Contact Al Lamond on 0418 849 266 to register your interest!

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E.O.I Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

49 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier New

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6 Peake Street, Mount Gambier New

NEW > LOW MAINTENANCE HOME

NEW > CALLING FIRST HOME BUYERS & INVESTORS!

Located in the popular Montebello area, with great street appeal, this well presented property offers a 3 bedroom family home with rear yard access to a Colorbond shed, offering extra room for the boat, caravan or motorbike. Featuring a North facing formal lounge with bay window, master bedroom with WIR & two-way bathroom, separate toilet & powder room, plus BIR’s in additional bedrooms. Located at the rear of the home is a spacious open plan living area, which includes kitchen with b/fast bar, electric cooking, dishwasher & opens onto a huge outdoor entertaining area. Extras include double car garage UMR with remote access, pop-up sprinklers, gas ducted heating & r/c air conditioning.

- Beautifully presented stone home perfect for the first home buyer or investor - 3 bedrooms, 2 with built in robes - North facing formal lounge with r/c split system and new s/c wood fire - Kitchen/meals with gas cook top, electric oven and timber floor boards - Bathroom with shower over bath and vanity - Double length stone garage with power - Large enclosed, private rear yard with lovely semi enclosed entertaining area - A short walk to Mount Gambier CBD via the rail lands walking trail 3 1 3

$349,000-$379,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 Sara McManus 0438 708 281 LOT 5 MCKAY RD, COMPTON

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$179,000 5,006m2

- 5000m2 allotment with amazing views - Build your dream home on the outskirts of Mt Gambier - Excellent location close to Tenison College - Zoned rural living with town water, power & phone connected - Enviable elevated rural outlook, ready for your new home Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

$279,000-$305,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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90 WEHL ST NORTH, MT GAMBIER E.O.I

- EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 8TH OCTOBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Under Instructions from the Public Trustee - If inspired by “The Block” then set your sights on this quaint three bedroom weatherboard cottage - Kitchen with electric stove, lounge with gas heating, tidy bathroom plus separate laundry 3 1 3 Gail Richards 0409 268 199


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64 Stringybark Road, Burrungule

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9 Duigan Street, Mount Gambier

New

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NEW > “BURRUNGULE SPRINGS” – NATURE LOVERS PARADISE

NEW > SOLID, SPACIOUS & CENTRAL

Well presented stone home located on a 1,351m2 allotment on the edge of the Rail Lands walking track and adjacent Mount Gambier High School. Inside offers a spacious lounge, incorporating dining area with s/c heating and timber floors. The beautifully renovated, well appointed kitchen/meals has 5 burner gas cooktop, dishwasher, soft close cabinetry and feature pendant lighting. Modern, central bathroom with bath, shower, toilet & vanity, plus a second shower and separate toilet off the laundry. Double stone garage at the rear features excellent built in shelving, whilst there is also an additional single carport. Drive through access to the flat, well-fenced back yard. Priced to sell, the home is the perfect proposition for first home buyers, young families or investors.

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 25TH OCTOBER 2021 AT 2PM (if not sold prior) - A nature lovers paradise set on 29 Acres - Four bedroom, two bathroom brick home with two living areas - Private, secluded and picturesque - Fantastic shedding including double garage & 7 bay implement shed - Well fenced paddocks suited to cattle, sheep, horses and motorbikes - Two dams, cattle & sheep yards - Home to bird life, swans, sugar gliders, brolgas, native ducks and frogs 4 2 11

E.O.I Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 21 MAGNOLIA COURT, MT GAMBIER

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

$339,000-$359,000

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Fantastic brick & tile family home with delightful street appeal, located in the popular Conroe Heights area This home is filled with beautiful character and features three bedrooms, main with ensuite & WIR with BIR’s in bedroom 2 Family friendly open plan living area including timber kitchen with dishwasher and electric cooking, light filled formal lounge, and formal dining room 3 2 1 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281 KINGSLEY ESTATE, ALLENDALE EAST

Contact Agent

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If you are looking to relax to a quieter existence, plan your dream home here. Subject to Plan of Division Approval Services to the allotments include timber fencing, power, STEDS Connection, NBN Fixed Wireless internet availability and bitumen road with kerbing and street lights The allotments range in size from 1130m2 – 1813m2 and start from $99,000 LAND

Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

78 CROUCH ST S, MT GAMBIER $579,000-$599,000

6 LIVINGSTON ST, BLACKFELLOWS CAVES $389,000-$409,000

- Substantial family home located in a blue chip location - Modern, open plan kitchen, family and meals area - Spacious master bedroom with BIR’s & ensuite bathroom - A single carport, single garage and detached Colorbond garage

- Located only metres from the boat ramp & seaside and some sea views from the rear yard - Open concept main living plus additional separate family room - Huge 13.6x8.4m high clearance shed + 9x6m additional shed

Sara McManus 0438 708 281

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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10.00am - 10.30am

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3 1 2 323 Hinton Road, Suttontown Auction Sat 16th Oct at 10am (U.S.P)

12 acres (approx)

Wendy Flint

3 1 1

Jason Malseed + Jade Martin

AUCTION

3 2 3

Jason Malseed

3 1 12

LAND

Sam Malseed + Jason Malseed

60 acres (approx) |

697 Old Kalangadoo - Penola Rd, Moerlong Contact Agent

137 Paradise Rd, Wye $880,000

HOUSE & LAND

malseeds.com.au

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

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA


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Wendy 0468 692 993

10 Springs Road, Pt MacDonnell $150,000 - $160,000

8 Springs Road, Pt MacDonnell $150,000 - $160,000

63 Blockers Lane, OB Flat $665,000

Jason 0419 032 795

Wendy Flint

723m2 (approx)

LAND

Wendy Flint

713m2 (approx)

LAND

Jade 0421 383 368

605m2 (approx)

LAND

Wendy Flint

5 2 3 14

Selena 8724 9999

Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed

Courtney 8724 9999

117 Sea Pde, Pt MacDonnell $320,000 - $350,000

5 acres (approx) |

Jason Malseed

5,015m2 (approx)

Kathy 8733 1989

Kelli 8724 9999

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247 Mount Percy Road, Compton

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61 Bay Road

$299,000-$319,000 3 1 1 A wonderful low maintenance brick home - spacious living area & light filled kitchen/dining. Roomy bedrooms, large entertaining area and rear yard access. Great value buying. NEW

7 Dove Place

4+

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Expressions of Interest

$215,000-$229,000 3 1 1 Open plan kitchen and dining. Three generous sized bedrooms. Great starter or investment property. Close to schools, shopping complex and parklands.

NEW

Royal Copenhagen Ice Creamery & Café

A breathtaking property – proud to call home. Boasting absolute quality, three spacious living area, dedicated home office and three tastefully renovated bathrooms. Stunning rural views from the huge sweeping verandah. Garage UMR and additional shedding. Ample rainwater supply, bitumen driveway and set on approx. 21 acres. Expect to be impressed!

36 Currawong Crescent

4

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$889,000-$949,000

4

Absolutely 10/10 - this charming central residence is one not to be missed. Beautifully renovated and of generous proportions. Quality, style, feature packed and blue chip location. Manicured gardens on approx. 1962m2 allotment. Don’t delay - you won’t find better

NEW

5 Colonel Light Place

$270,000 + SAV BUSINESS ONLY Located at 7 Commercial St East within the central hustle & bustle of Mt Gambier is this well established desert bar & coffee house. Quality plant & equipment, beautifully fitted & inviting décor giving it a relaxed & welcoming ambience. A fantastic business opportunity not to be missed. Lot 13 Crane Lane, Mil-Lel

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$345,000-$370,000

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This Lakes precinct home offers amazing rural views- large rooms and high ceilings, and is sure to appeal. Formal and informal living areas and year round comfort with gas central heating and R/C split air-conditioner on offer, Sit back and simply enjoy.

RENTALS

$260,000

This amazing allotment of approx 4.5 acres is perfectly located on the City outskirts and offers terrific home site and an undulating rural outlook.

Gebhardts Property Management

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7/5 Shepherd Street

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$290 pw | Available NOW

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$290 pw | Available NOW

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$310 pw | Available 30/9/21

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$440 pw | Available NOW

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Book donation Wannon Water grant adds to library stocks United Way Glenelg has received a $5000 grant from Wannon Water to expand their Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library throughout the Glenelg Shire. The grant will mean an additional 555 books will be posted in the mail to local children. The books will assist in building basic literacy skills in children living in the Glenelg Shire, laying the foundation for future educational achievement. Nicole Carr, Executive Officer of United Way Glenelg welcomed the grant saying the waitlist for children to receive books had grown over the past 8 months and getting

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Corporate Services Kellie King said empowering carers of young children to engage in a shared reading experience to support language development is contributing to a better community. “We believe that building stronger communities is linked with building value for our customers and our communities, and making our contribution to a better world,” Ms King said. Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a program that gifts free books to children from birth to age five in the Glenelg Shire, as a way of supporting early literacy and fostering a love of reading. Each month, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library mails a high quality, ageappropriate book to all registered children, addressed to them, at no cost to the child’s family. Parents can enrol their children in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library online by visiting https:// imaginationlibrary.com/checkavailability LITERACY WINDFALL: Kellie King, General Manager Community & Corporate Services Wannon Water shares a selection of books focusing on the water.

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SBS VICELAND

SBS MOVIES

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PEACH

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TV SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3

SUNDAY OCTOBER 3

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ABC TV PLUS

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SEVEN SA

WIN SA

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ABC NEWS

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ABC

SBS

SBS VICELAND

SBS MOVIES

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PEACH

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


TV MONDAY, OCTOBER 4 NINE SA CDD CDD ::C;D :,CDD :,C:D ,CDD ;CDD $CDD 1CDD

MONDAY OCTOBER 4

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SEVEN SA

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ABC TV PLUS

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SBS VICELAND

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7MATE

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SBS MOVIES

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7TWO

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PEACH

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

CDD 4<EF6B8F6=>8F4<EA?*F JGHIF %CDD ?BE>3@FJGHIF C;D 4<EF'B337EFJGHIF CDD (EB8< A2?@FJGHIF ::CDD 4<EF >B0A?>FJGHIF ::C;D 4<EF(EB8< A?<AA3F JGHIF :,C;D +E=9 E79F#@*0<B0FJGHIF :C;D 4<EF6B8F6=>8F4<EA?*F JGHIF ;CDD 4<EF B>8F "F 2EE>@F JGHIF $CDD 6E0&E?FJGHIF 1CDD ?=@BE?FJGHIF CDD ?BE>3@FJGHIF C;D (EB8< A2?@FJGHIF %CDD ?BE>3@FJGHIF CDD 4<EF6B8F6=>8F4<EA?*F JGHIF C;D +EB>"E73FJGHIF ::CDD 4<EF >B0A?>FJGHIF ::C;D 4<EF/A>>E?@FJGHIF :,CDD A.EF+<A--B>8F :C;D 4<EF =9EF+<A)F B9<F +9E-<E>F/A7 E?9FJGHIF ;C;D /?= *F B?7"?BE>3F JGHIF $C;D A.EF+<A--B>8

SBS MOVIES

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SBS VICELAND

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About the Company Borg is one of the fastest growing manufacturers in Australia. As part of our growth in the region, we are seeking With over 43 year’s industry experience, Barry Maney Group is a enthusiastic and ambitious applicants for the following trusted and leading name in the Vehicle Sales & Service industry apprenticeship vacancies:

and the wider Limestone Coast community. In early 2019, BMG became • Electrician part of the CMV Group of Companies, which has been operating • Fitter for over 85 years in South Australia and Victoria, having a turnover • Boilermaker in excess of $1 billion. BMG are authorized Dealers for iconic truck If you are dedicated and hard-working, we are offeringDAF the and Hino providing sales, service and quality brands; Kenworth, perfect opportunity for you to kick-start your career with Borg parts to our valued Customers. Manufacturing Mount Gambier.

The Becoming an Apprentice with BorgRole enables you to gain to qualification leadership growth, a rare management opportunity has invaluable experience and aDue national whilst getting paid to do it. emerged for an experienced and highly motivated Truck Sales

As the please successful candidate, you will be a hands-on leader For more information and toManager. submit an application, visit the Borg Careers webpage https://careers.borgs.com.au of this award winning, high performing sales team which is revered by the heavy vehicle industry. You will be charged with propelling this team into the future, whilst servicing our customers to the highest Borg is an Equal Opportunity Employer standard. Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 01 November 2021.

Key areas of responsibility: • Provide direction and support to the sales team to achieve targets • Identify objectives and strategies for sales growth and marketing of TRUCK SALES MANAGER all brands About the Company • Regularly review targets and results and implement appropriate With over 45 year’s industry experience, Barry Maney Group is a action plans trusted and leading name in the Vehicle Sales & Service industry and the wider Limestone Coast community. In early 2019, BMG • Manage vehicle inventory became part of the CMV Group of Companies, which has been operating for annual over 85 years in South Australia Victoria. BMG are • Monitor work in progress and propose forecasts and and budgets authorised Dealers for iconic truck brands; Kenworth, DAF and Hino • Create and develop strong working with parts relevant providingrelationships sales, service and quality to our valued Customers. Franchisor representatives. The Role • Manage key relationships withDue sub-dealers and key customers to leadership growth, a rare management opportunity has emerged for an experienced and highly motivated Truck Sales Manager. With the • Develop new business opportunities in order to grow the business support and guidance of the Dealer Principal, you will be a hands-on leader award winning, sales team which is revered by the • Provide direction and support oftothissales teamhigh toperforming achieve sales light and heavy vehicle industry. You will be charged with propelling this objectives and targets team into the future, whilst servicing our customers to the highest standard. • Promote effective and regular communication to encourage team Key areas of responsibility cohesion and to achieve desired outcomes • Provide direction and support to the sales team to achieve targets

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Identify objectives and strategies for sales growth and marketing of all brands Regularly review targets and results and implement appropriate action plans Manage vehicle inventory Monitor work in progress and propose annual forecasts and budgets Create and develop strong working relationships with relevant Franchisor representatives Manage key relationships with sub-dealers and key customers Develop new business opportunities Promote effective and regular communication Responsible for hiring, developing and leading the Truck Sales Team

Requirements / skills • Industry experience is essential • 5+ years in a Sales Manager or similar managerial role is essential • • A driven leader with a strong commitment to building a positive team • culture and engagement • • • High-level communication, written, collaboration and delegation skills Requirements / skills • Industry experience is essential • Self-driven and results orientated with a keen appreciation of what it • 5+ years in a Sales Manager or similar managerial role is essential • A driven leader with a strong commitment to building a positive team takes to drive and motivate a sales team. culture and engagement • Proven track record of leading• teams achieving High-level and communication, written, budgets collaboration and delegation skills • Self-driven and results orientated with a keen appreciation of what it

takes to drive and motivate a sales team Benefits • Proven track record of leading teams and achieving budgets As part of the CMV Group of companies, at BMG we are committed to Increase your chances of reaching Benefits attracting the best talent. As part of the CMV Group of companies, at BMG we are committed to

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OneFortyOne 2022 Apprentice Program Kick starting careers in Timber – the Ultimate Renewable OneFortyOne is the largest timber processor in the Green Triangle, manufacturing and marketing a full range of sustainably harvested softwood-based building products. In growing and processing the ultimate renewable, we support jobs, the economy and regional communities. We work hard to build and maintain a skilled workforce and develop our future leaders. OneFortyOne offers excellent apprenticeship opportunities that introduce young achievers to the potential of the forest and timber industry. Applications for our 2022 Apprenticeship opportunities at Jubilee Sawmill in Mount Gambier are now open with the following trades: • Mechanical Fitter • Electrician • Saw Technician Our Maintenance & Saw Technician teams provide a prompt, professional and high-quality service to our timber processing facility and is what we believe is key to being a trusted and respected team. We want to ensure that our team can rely upon our services. The successful candidates will be working under the supervision of our highly skilled tradespeople where you will learn a wide variety of maintenance applications.

We are looking for people with… • A positive attitude and eagerness to learn • Ability to work well in a team • Good mathematical and mechanical aptitude • Good problem solving skills • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Safety focused What’s in it for you? • Earn while you learn • Obtain a nationally recognised qualification • Receive structured on the job training OneFortyOne is dedicated to diversifying our workforce and encourages anyone interested in a career in the timber manufacturing industry to apply now. How to apply: Send a cover letter referencing the apprenticeship you are applying for and current resume to karen.shanahan@onefortyone.com before Thursday 30 September 2021. For more information: Enquiries for Mechanical Fitter or Electrician contact Andrew Hoath, Maintenance Manager on 0418 854 629 Enquiries for Saw Technician contact Barry Kuhl, Sawshop Manager on 8721 2793

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National squad selection for Denton Disappointment of two missed nationals tempered by Australian squad call up Teenage netball talent Lucy Denton has capped a rollercoaster two years with selection in the 2021 Netball Centre of Excellence 17/U National Squad which is planning an intensive camp in December. Give the past two 17 & under national championships have been cancelled due to COVID, including this year’s event that was a last minute shelving of the event, when Lucy was vice captain of the defending champions, it is a feather in the Millicent based player’s cap. Granted, none of her peers have been able to strut their stuff on the national stage either, but Lucy is off Broadway, playing in the Western Border Netball Association,

when the majority of her peers play in higher profile metropolitan competitions. The disappointment of missing the chance to play at two national championships and a narrow overtime A Grade grand final loss earlier this month, has been tempered by her many other successes close to home, with two 17 & Under WBNA premierships, two association best & fairests, playing a part in the SA Country Championship winning Western Border 17 & under team this year, selection in the 2021 WBNA Team of the Year and being named the Best Under 21 Player this season as well. Playing her first season of A Grade without mother Donna on court, Lucy shone, and she is grateful for the experience playing in the top grade at Western Border level has afforded her. “Going from Under 17s to playing the stronger bodies in A Grade is a real step up to the next level and that makes you work even harder and forces you to improve and

be a stronger player,” Lucy said. “Playing on Emily Hunter in the grand final who is so good and so experienced is just one of those great learning opportunities.” And she will take it up another notch next year when she moved to Adelaide to study teaching and also look to gain experience on the Premier League and Premier League reserves court. “That will be another experience again and add to my development as a netballer,” she said. Lucy did play a game of Premier League reserves for Garville this season. Of course, before 2022, Lucy is looking forward to being part of the national 17 & under program. “The camp is normally in Canberra at the AIS and that would be an amazing experience to go there and see what it’s like and work alongside all the players that are so talented in my age group,” she said. She has her fingers crossed that border restrictions do not deny her

“... that would be an amazing experience to go there and see what it’s like and work alongside all the players that are so talented in my age group...”

another netball opportunity at the elite level. And while her two years of State training and the impending national training camp see Lucy exposed to new voices in the coaching ranks, given she has so often been coached by her mother, Donna, Lucy is grateful for the expertise she has been able to tap into throughout her junior career literally on her doorstep. “Having mum as a coach pretty much my whole life has really, really helped me,” she said. “So many people don’t enjoy having their parents as a coach but I feel really lucky to have had someone with her experience and who has played at such a high level to be able to help me with my game.” Lucy knows comparisons might be inevitable but it doesn’t play on her mind and it is not something discussed over the dinner table – she is her own player and is set to make her mark more likely in the mid court than the shooting circle. “She has always helped me to be a better player and to make my own way and my own name,” Lucy said.

Hill takes the helm again for 2022 Head coach reflects on 2021 season and where to from here for Pioneers Coaches in any sport don’t come much more credentialled and experienced as OneFortyOne Mount Gambier Pioneers Men head coach Richard Hill and ironically it was a pre-COVID experience that helped the multichampionship winning mentor cope with the disruptions and eventual cancellation of the 2021 NBL1 South season. It as in 2019, when the Pioneer had a brief foray into the Premier League competition in South Australia, prior to finally securing their NBL1 licence, that disruption and new look preparation became part of Hill’s playbook and that came in handy for the nature of the 2021 season. “This season was a bit similar to 2019 in the Premier League when we would play a stack of games in a block and then have a few weeks off,” Hill said. Of course, that was a slightly more experience group than the supremely talented but raw playing roster that represented the club ion the 2021 NBL1 South season, until it was cancelled right on the cusp of play offs. “The boys worked really hard to stay on top of everything and the young ones were really enthusiastic in continuing to do the work on their game with individual sessions and the team trainings and while it was difficult when

we weren’t playing games, they really improved, they loved their experience and I am confident many of them will return next year,” Hill said. And the highly regarded coach will be in charge again for the 2022 season, having been re-signed by the club, along with women’s head coach Matt Sutton. “It does feel like unfinished business because we worked so hard and made so much progress and I hope we can keep the group together and go again,” Hill said. There was plenty of frustration, though, scouting hours of footage for games that never went ahead, and formulating game plans that were never implemented, but for the most part, Hill just loved the opportunity to keep working with the young talent at his disposal. “NBL1 was a really steep learning curve for a lot of our players and I think they all ended up better players than when they arrived at the club,” he said. Hill hoping to be able to continue that development in 2022 and was also impressed with the efforts of the undermanned women’s program and emerging coach Matt Sutton. “We just need a couple more top level players and if we can get a couple of imports next season that will make a huge difference,” Hill said. “What Suttsy (Sutton)

was able to do with that group, including the raw local talent was impressive and their commitment and effort throughout the season – I thought they did exceptionally well.” Hill was also complimentary about the sponsors and community support for the team over the past two seasons – the 2020 cancelled season without a ball shot in anger and the 2021 season, that saw only 13 games completed and only a handful at the Icehouse. Club president Tom Kosch certainly felt having the coaches locked away would assist in fast tracking preparations for 2022. ‘’To have both Matt and Richard recommit for 2022 is huge for our club’s planning and shaping our programs ready for a successful year ahead,” Kosch said. ‘’Coming off the disappointment of the eventually cancelled season, it was a priority for our Board to retain our current coaches. Both Matt and Richard have been outstanding during some challenging years and continue to remain passionate and motivated for the further development of our programs.” The club will make announcements about returning players and new signings for the 2022 season in the coming weeks.


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Mastering Mac Park Prestige racing event ends five month racing hiatus After a five month hiatus bikes will be racing again at the iconic McNamara Park Raceway over the October long weekend. The Mount Gambier Motor Cycle Club is excited to be hosting the 2021 OGR & Northcott Contracting Master of Mac Park, incorporating Round 4 of the South Australian State Championships. Given the current border restrictions, entries are limited to South Australian competitors, but with more than 100 bikes entered, there will be large grids and great racing action across all classes. The 1000cc Superbike field will be bolstered by former World Moto 3 competitor, Australian Superbike (ASBK) regular and reigning Master of Mac Park champion Arthur Sissis, along with international road racing superstar David Johnson. In addition, multiple past winner Will Strugnell will be seeking to regain his crown. Local ASBK Supersport regular Dallas Skeer will be doing his best to win his first ‘Master’, while a host of fast riders will be vying for glory. Other classes include the popular 600cc Supersports, Sidecars, Juniors, and the fiercely competitive Limited class. Following on from the success of last year, historic bikes will also feature in the program, allowing bikes from 1963 – 1990 to compete. These bikes make a great spectacle and their riders will be pushing them to their maximum to try and win their respective classes.

McNamara Park has undergone a series of massive facility upgrades in recent years and the region is fortunate to have a nationally accredited racetrack of this standard. For a volunteer based organization to achieve this is nothing short of extraordinary and a testament to the dedication of club members. The history of the Mount Gambier Motor Cycle Club can be traced back over a century, making it one of the oldest motorcycle clubs in Australia. In an unfortunate case of deja vu, the Australian Historic Road Race Championships, that were due to be held at the end of October, have had to be postponed for the second time due to the COVID restrictions and

border closures. The club is working with Motorcycling Australia to reschedule the event. There is no doubt 2021 has again been a challenging year, but the club is doing all it can to make sure the 2021 OGR & Northcott Contracting Master of Mac Park is an event that the club, and the region, can be proud of. A packed program will be on offer over the long weekend (October 2 & 3). Qualifying will take place Saturday morning, with racing Saturday afternoon and all-day Sunday, culminating in the prestigious Master of Mac Park feature races. Full catering and bar facilities will be available (subject to Covid 19 restrictions), and entry is only $10 per day or $15 for the weekend with under 16s free.

RETURNING CHAMPION: (Above left) Reigning Master of Mac Park champion Arthur Sissis. CHALLENGERS: (Above from top) Multiple past winner Will Strugnell with rising star Declan Carberry & international road racing star David Johnson (Both courtesy of Erin Beggs).

All roads lead to Naracoorte

Multicultural football carnival returns to Limestone Coast for 2021

World Cup fever is again set to take over Naracoorte for the third successive Limestone Coast Multicultural Soccer Carnival on Saturday, November 6. The carnival will use sport to celebrate a diverse and harmonious Australia by bringing together people from different cultural backgrounds from the Limestone Coast and possibly further afield in South Australia. The carnival will communicate the message of shared value – respect, equality and freedom. “The purpose of the Limestone Coast Multicultural Soccer

Carnival is to use a shared interest in the ‘World Game’ of soccer to unite different cultural backgrounds while forging community connections with sporting clubs, community leaders, services, council and other organisations,” Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery OAM said. The carnival is a one-day event being held at the Naracoorte and District Sports Centre with seven-aside, half field round robin soccer competitions for men’s, women’s and junior teams as well as a free one hour MiniRoos come-and-try

clinic for 4-10 year olds led by Football SA coaches. Event partners for this year’s Limestone Coast Multicultural Soccer Carnival are Naracoorte United Soccer Club, Naracoorte Lucindale Council, the Australian Migrant Resource Centre, the Limestone Coast Multicultural Network, STTARS (Survivors of Torture and Trauma Assistance and Rehabilitation Service), Teys Australia, Ottoson Partners Real Estate and Football South Australia. Naracoorte United Soccer Club president Jon Thurlow said

the club was excited about hosting the carnival for the third successive year. “It’s such a great opportunity for children and families to come together, get active and celebrate multiculturalism through sport,” he said. For more information and a team registration form, go to council’s website at https://www. naracoortelucindale.sa.gov.au/ community/soccer PHOTOS COURTESY OF ADRIAN GALE (THE CHAPEL STUDIO)

South East Golf Veterans Naracoorte was suffering an arctic blast when 52 players arrived for a visit earlier this month. While the scores reflected the tough conditions, it didn’t stop Penola’s Lindsay Storer carding 37 points to take out First Division from the consistent Terry Chant on 34 and Peter Waters on 33. Peter had a four pointer on the tough 4th hole continuing his good form of late. Treasurer Glen Tilley of Millicent won Second Division with 32 on a countback from Trev Williams, and Peter Bateman took third on a countack with 31. The generous sponsorship of the Porter and Monfries family was very much appreciated by the winners. Needless to say the wind had the Ross Orchard Trophy with many in contention, but Steve Von Duve and Gav Sparrow came through. The NTPs went to Terry Chant, Ian Cox and Peter Waters. The ball rundown was for 25 or better. Lucky Lyndsay Copeman was inches away from a hole in one, but his group pointed out his wayward ball was on the adjacent fairway. The next event is at Penola on October 11, then Beachport on October 25.


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Silverware for rising Roos talent West Gambier Netball Club hands out its 2021 individual awards

5 & Under A Netball award winners (donated by Lisa McGregor) Best & Fairest Leila Croker (left) & Coach’s Trophy Aleisha Pearson (right). Absent: Runner Up Ellie Xanthopoulos

13 & Under A Coach’s Trophy Holly Jackson

13 & Under B Netball award winners (donated by Lisa McGregor) Best & Fairest Lara Murdoch (left) & Runner Up Ella McKenny (right) Absent: Coach’s Trophy Analeigh Anderson-Humphries

Action heats up in pub sports SOUTH EAST WOMEN’S 8BALL LEAGUE The Division 1 2nd semi- inal between German Club Shooters and Eastern Sapphires wasn’t as close as expected with minor round premiers Shooters easily taking the win 8-3 over their opponents. The defending premiers will now look forward to a week’s break while they await an opponent for yet another grand final appearance where they will look to go back to back while Sapphires will look to recompose themselves ready for the preliminary. As a side note, this year will mark the fifth consecutive grand final appearance for German Club Shooters captain and current League President Karla Bowd since her return to the region and to competitive eightball in 2016. German Club Warriors outclassed opponents German Club Legends in the do-or-die 1st semi final with a commanding 8-4 win which will give the 2018 premiers some confidence going in to their preliminary final clash against Sapphires. The more experienced Warriors will have to be at their best though as the Sapphires have defeated them in both encounters of the minor round this season by 9 frames to 6. Division 2 minor round premiers Commersh Cougas booked themselves a berth in the grand final when they just snuck home 8-7 over JT

15 & Under B Netball awad winners (donated by Blue Fin Homes) Joint Best & Fairest Imogen McGregor (left) & Macy Pearson (right). Runner Up Halie Boult (far right). Absent: Coach’s Trophy Alex Hudson

Sportsbar with young gun Kaitlin Kember sealing the win in the final frame. The 1st semi final was just as close with Just Jens going down to Park Panthers by the same score with the two captains - Dianne Pannenberg and Pauline McCormack - fittingly facing off in the final frame. McCormack eventually prevailed giving Panthers the win and a spot in the preliminary final. MOUNT GAMBIER EIGHTBALL ASSOCIATION With all but the final round to be played in the 2021 MGEBA season things have tightened up even more on the ladder. Division 1 sees defending premiers German Club Underdogs now at the top after thrashing the Victoria Hotel 13-2 in a match that saw the much improved Chris Stupple take two frames off yet another top tier opponent. German Club Gatecrashers had their hopes

of another big win taken from them when opponents True Blue forfeited the match. The Gatecrashers are currently shown as ranked second on the ladder after being credited with a 15-0 win but will drop to third – behind Aussie who sat out the round with the bye – with their average winning score being 10.95 will only be given a 10-5 win once rectified. Commercial Club Saints and German Club Meerkats both had big wins and retain their respective positions of third and fourth on the ladder. Meerkats will qualify for fifth in the division no matter the outcome of next week’s match while both Gatecrashers and Saints should finish second and third respectively should things go to script and they both manage wins over their much lower ranked opponents in the final round. The top of the table clash between Underdogs and Aussie will likely see one finish as minor round premiers and earn a rest the first week of finals with the loser dropping to fourth with the risk of being eliminated from the competition by 2019 runner-up premiers Meerkats in the first round of the finals series. Ladder positions are pretty much set in Division 2, 3 and 4 as well as the final approach. To give all players and teams the chance to experience the rush and pressure of do-or-die finals the association has decided to have a fifth division this year to allow all teams to participate.

13 & Under A Netball award winners (donated by Donut King) 13 & Under A Runner Up Mikayla Pearson. Absent: Best & Fairest Ella Jolley

11 & Under team - (Back row) Coach Sally Povey, Claire Hunter, Chloe Stratford, Eva Povey, Sara Richards, Isobelle Richards, Hannah Jackson & team manager Jaz Lamb and (fornt row) Samantha Foster, Ruby Lamb & Harper Lindner. Absent: Isla Lynch

SOUTH EAST DARTS ASSOCIATION Most would have expected the Division 1 preliminary-final to be a reasonably tight affair but it was far from it 8 games in when Tav Slingers had a lead of 8 zip over their opponents Us. The Slingers were just far too good on the night and eventually won the match 11 games to 2. The victors will now focus on the grand-final where they will face the German Club side they were defeated by in the 2nd semi-final, they started off well in that match and led by 4 games to 2 early in the piece but were unable to win another game from that point so if they are to have any chance will have to start well again in an attempt to put some doubt in the minds of their opponents and use that confidence throughout the remainder of the match. With four association representatives and two of the best up and coming players around, the German Club

side will likely be far too strong for the Slingers but anything can happen with the pressure of finals. Mad Max were too good for the inexperienced German Club Lions in Division 2. The do-or-die preliminary-final result sees the Lions now out of the running in their inaugural winter season and the winners through to contest another grand-final. Both teams scored well with a lot of games only being decided by who could peg-out best which is when Mad Max showed their class and experience again and again. The 8-4 result means that the two top performers of the minor round – Port Mac Pirates and Mad Max – will face one another in the grand-final as in Division 1, so should be a good match. The Pirates have beaten Mad Max on three occasions this season including the 8-6 victory which put them into the grandfinal but their opponents are not to be taken lightly. In Division 3 the dream run of RSL Snipers continued in a match that went down to the wire but eventually saw them defeat minor round premiers Attamurra Arrows 8 games to 7. The Snipers just scraped in to the finals but have shown they can mix it up with the best by beating two higher placed teams in their two finals matches to earn themselves a shot at the flag. The Arrows – bowing out in straight sets – will now look to next season while Snipers will face Highway Rangers in the grand-final.


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Local sporting champions honoured Federal Government program helps with sporting star funding

A number of young Limestone Coast sporting champions have received grants through the Federal Government’s “Local Sporting Champions Program” to assist them in pursuing their sporting dreams. Federal Member for Barker Tony Pasin met with six such students last week in Mount Gambier to present them with certificates and congratulate them on their achievements. Administered by the Australian Sports Commission, the Federal Government program recognises the sporting achievements of young people who have represented their team at a state or national sporting competition

throughout Australia. The initiative awards successful individual applicants a minimum of $500 to assist with the cost of travel, accommodation, uniforms or equipment. The program is available to young people, between the ages of 12 and 18, travelling more than 250 kilometres return to compete. “The program is a rolling application process and I encourage all sporting groups and individuals that meet the eligibility criteria to apply,” Mr Pasin said. For more information on the Local Sporting Champions program go to: http://www. ausport.gov.au/participating/ local_sporting_champions

Local Sporting Champions: • Jackson Bowden – Basketball – Australian U16 Junior Basketball Championship • Elijah Stratford – Swimming – 2021 State Age SC Championships • Vaughn Stratford – Swimming – 2021 State Age SC Championships • Jack Haggett – Basketball – Australian U16 National Basketball Championship • Lucy Edwards – Swimming – SA Short Course Swimming Champions • Jye Smith – Motorcycling – SA Motorcross Championships

CHAMPIONS IN THE MAKING: Jack Haggett, Jackson Bowden, Vaughn Stratford, member for Barker Tony Pasin, Elijah Stratford, Lucy Edwards & Jye Smith

Challenging stroke competition Blue Lake golf ladies tackle strategically placed flags A single stroke competition for the women was held last Wednesday at the Blue Lake Golf Course on a cool morning but fortunately rain free. With a lot of the flags set up strategically on most of the greens making it challenging, only two were able to play to their handicap. Division 1’s Annette Ford and Lee-Anne Medhurst performed well, Ford signed for 96/25/71 with splits of 52/54 that included par’s on the 5th, 13th after a chip-in ferret and 17th. Medhurst played consistently scoring 48/53 off a 29 handicap nett 72. Helen Myers followed with 99/24/75. Two regular winners in Division 2, Trudy Herbert and Bev Pascoe, had to wait on a countback before Herbert was declared the winner both signing for nett 76.

Herbert had splits of 55/53 (108) off a handicap of 32 and Pascoe 54/55 (109), handicap 33. Lucy Richards followed with 114/35/79. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot on the 14th par 3 was won by Lynda Nannings (div 1) and Herbert (div 2)The pro-shot on the downhill 5th par 3 winner was Annette Ford. The BF9 novelty event earned a ball for Myers and Pascoe and “ferret” prizes were won by Ford on 13th and Josie Ashby on 12th. This week is the last of the monthly medal’s for 2021. The stroke competition is sponsored by Bev Pascoe. STROKE COMPETITION: Division One runner up Lee-Anne Medhurst, winner Annette Ford & Division 2 winner Trudy Herbert with runner up Bev Pascoe

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Wrapping up winter basketball season Basketball Mount Gambier crowns premiers & MVP award winners Men’s A Reserve Bulldogs 48 (Shaun Lock 19, Duncan Reid 12, Alex Jarnevic 8) d Panthers 31 (Brad Jachmann 12, Corey Barrett 7, Ashley Taylor 6) MVP Grand Final Shaun Lock (Bulldogs) (Left) Season MVP Duncan Reid (Bulldogs) (Far left)

Women’s A Reserve Bulldogs 36 (Amelia Mahney 16, Brooke Edwards 7, Jessica Kennedy 4, Alannah Clayton 4) d Roos 35 (Ellie Bouchier 12, Stella Mobbs 12, Macey Griffith 5) Grand Final MVP Amelia Mahney (Bulldogs) (Left) Season MVP Zoe Grigg (Cougars) (Far left)

B Grade Men Cougars Grey 36 (Bradley Male 11, Ethan Telfer-Scott 8, Connor Gentile 6) d Cougars White 35 (Joshua Camilleri 11, Luke Boneham 6, Thomas Morrison 5, Adam Nicholson 5) Grand Final MVP Bradley Male (Cougars Grey) (Left) Season MVP Joshua Camilleri (Cougars White) (Far left)

Junior Men Drop Bears 43 (Cooper Holmes 10, Joshua Jordan 9, Jack Stokker 9) d Roos Blue 42 (Max Hooper 17, Nelson Forbes 13, Ethan Telfer-Scott 10) Grand Final MVP Troy Moreland (Drop Bears) (Right) Season MVP Shar nay Than (Beagle Boys) (Absent)

OTHER WINER SEASON RESULTS: U12 Boys Blue Boomers 26 (Digby Stephens 12, Will Hoskings 8, Kade Rainey 4) d Wolves 18 (Fletcher Blackwell 8, Paddy Bouchier 6) U12 Boys Gold Magic 60 (Banjo Stephens 22, Lachlan McCann 11, Taj White 11) deCeltics 43 (James Bryan 14, Joshua Haggett 14, Harvey Virtanen 7) U12 Girls Diamonds 44 (Molly Peacock 24, Jorja McLaughlin 14, Gracie Cary 4) d Fever 31 (Emmy Jeffrey 12, Lacey Hunter 10, Eliza Herring 8)

U14 Boys Blue Blazers 34 (Scott McBain 7, Blake Ross 6, Ryley Stephenson 6) d Suns 16 (Flynn Stevens 7, Tyson Shelton 5, Banjo Morgan 4) U14 Boys Gold Jets 51 (Hudson Croser 20, Angus Heesemans 14, Riley Ellis 11) d Kings 49 (Henry Pedler 25, William Attiwill 7, Miller Bradley 5, Cooper Clayfield 5) U14 Girls Gold Fire 57 (Elodie Adam 27, Shayden Russell 12, Skye Virtanen 8) d Flames 31 (Claire Mitchell 11, Gracie Dalton 6, Tahni Kemp 5)

U16 Boys Division 1 Bulldogs 45 (Harry Wright 28, Cayde Watson 12) d Panthers 38 (T Brumby 17, D Ilsley 12, Tate Hammond 5) MVP Grand Final Harry Wright Bulldogs Season MVP Harry Wright Bulldogs and Mackye Baron Roos U16 Boys Div 2 Panthers Gold 55 (Rex Jones 17, Jackson Bell 11, Addison Noble 9) d Roos Blue 29 (Jace Maxwell 8, Noah Maxwell 8, Rowan Hardcastle 6)

Season MVP Maurice Goldsmith Roos Grand Final MVP Rex Jones Panthers U17 Girls Roos 56 (Macey Griffith 22, Stella Mobbs 13, Cara Nulty 8, Bayley Berkefeld 8) d Bulldogs 34 (Amelia Mahney 10, Tess Porter 10) Season MVP Macey Griffith Roos Grand Final MVP Macey Griffith Roos U18 Men Bulldogs 60 (Ben Young 19, Mitch

Garwood 12, Sam Lock 12) deRoos 38 (Nelson Forbes 9, Jack Wilkinson 9, Jack Berkefeld 8) MVP Grand Final Sam Lock Bulldogs Season MVP U18 Men Ben Young Bulldogs Social Men Div 1 South Eastern Ravens 60 (Josh Nobes 18, Kane Ransom 11, John Stafford 11) deCouldabeenz 34 (Bradley Altmann 18, Scott Flett 7, Sam Griffith 6) Season MVP Kane Ransom SE Ravens Grand Final MVP John Stafford SE Ravens


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Kimberly-Clark Australia pennants grand finals Kilsby Shield Wandilo Water Rats 58 d Post-Tel 56 Premiers - (back row from left) Adam Wilson, Simon Attiwill, Brad Errock, Ben Masters, Tony Bowditch, Jason Kuring, Mike Jazepczyk & (front row from left) Nicole Kuring, Chris Carn, Glenn Wright, Peter Gregory (Captain), Gary McIntyre, Isaac Manterfield, Daniel Langdon Absent: Strawb Masters, Leanne Lepley

Malseed Shield Mil Lel 71 d Kongorong 45 Premiers - (back row from left) Tanya Burke, Garry Burke, Richard Hogevonder,Clem Hutchesson, David Burt, Tim Wrightson, Greg McCourt & (front row from left) Viv Sims, Kerry Heinicke, Deb Hutchesson, Grant Sims (Captain), Joy Axleby, Val Huxtable, Doreen Brown. Absent: Martin Allen, Graham Crowder, Brooke Marcus, Jane Crowder & Satch Niemiec

Howell & Davis Shield Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 60 d Glencoe 46 Premiers - (back row from left) Leonie Wastell, Godfrey Gabbusch, Julie McPhail, Bob Chant, Janice Knight, Peter Ploenges, Kevin Jones & (front row from left) Dulcie Bloomfield, Robert Freemantle, Josh Ferrazzola, Thomas Butler (Captain), Bronwyn Hill, Emma Freemantle, Sheila Groves. Absent: Nakita Borman.

Riders tackle blustery conditions for road race Race three of the Mount Gambier Cycling Club Spring/Summer Series was held at the usual Yahl Road where 14 senior riders and two juniors braced the cold, blustery weather for a 25km stroll along the Caves Road. The two junior riders, Kira Harpham and Molly Opperman, rode 10kms with Kira starting 2 mins ahead of her team mate. Kira rode really well according to her senior chaperone, the wind not affecting her ride. After the turn, Kira still had a significant lead over Molly and this enabled her to cross the line in first spot with Molly coming in 43 seconds later. The club always welcomes its Victorian friends and Portland rider Louise Abraham made the trek to South Australia and was the first to start therace. Following her, five minutes later was the Mount Gambier Cycling Club junior development officer Damian Buckley, Del and Mike Bakker. Abraham gained a great lead on this bunch and wasn’t in sight of them until after the turn. Next up was John Cranwell, Harry Opperman and Paddy Langsmith. With kilometres up their sleeve, Langsmith and Cranwell left Opperman early. The two continued together, working turns and looked in contention of taking the win. The second limit bunch consisted ofSpek Peake, newcomer to the club, Craig Andrae, Phil Stasiw and Bruce McLaughlin. This bunch, strong in mind and body, powered together skilfully with the hope of not getting caught by the final bunch of Matthew Opperman, Jami Buckley and Riley Hill. The scratch bunch worked hard together to close that three minute gap and had caught McLaughlin and Harry Opperman by the turn. After the turn, the boys still held on together but lost Hill with five kimoletres to go. It was Stasiw who used his strength to cross the line first (47.03) with Peake a close second and John Cranwell in third spot. With around two kilometres to go, Buckley dropped off too leaving the fastest time honours to Matthew Opperman in 45.15 minutes.

More breast cancer patients in the region will receive a helping hand thanks to the Blue Lake Golf Club with the women having their annual fundraising that included donating their competition fees, raffles monies and various donations for this good cause. With a few of our lady members having been affected by breast cancer, we thought the local Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group was the best likely recipient for 2021. Easrlier this month the course was awash with shades of pink including with all participants dressing in pink for a pinehurst foursomes game of golf. A Division 1 player teamed with a Division 2 player in a blind draw and many a laugh echoed across the fairways, especially after the “refreshment team” handed out glasses of bubbly, albeit with a bit of “food”, including bags of pink lollies. Raising a total of $662 for the group, members Jill Gilmore, Leanne Heaver and Val Grubb said it would go a long way to helping local women through the challenging cancer journey by going towards the handbag filled with useful vouchers and goodies. The cheque was presented by the women’s vice president Lee Anderson on behalf of the members. After lunch a bingo session took place with caller, member Karen Panagopolous and was hilarious with a few struggling to use their tired “golf brain” and was very entertaining. A sumptuous “pink” themed afternoon tea followed. The winners of the Pinehurst foursomes event were 1st Carol Megaw/ Trudy Herbert, 81.5 , 2nd Viv Wilson/Josie Ashby 84, 3rd Geraldine Scott/ Lesley McPherson 84.5, 4th Dianne Allen/Rosemary Martland 85.5. Novelty prize winners: Pro-shot Dianne Perryman Combined 2 shot on the 17th - Megaw/Herbert 6th- Rose Case/Sue Agars Raffles won by 1st Lucy Richards, 2nd Trudy Herbert, 3rd Sue Agars. PINK DAY: (Above top) Pinehurst Foursomes winners (front row) second placed Viv Wilson/Josie Ashby; winners Carol Megaw/Trudy Herbert and (back row) fourth placed Dianne Allen/Rosemary Martland and third placed Geraldine Scott/Lesley McPherson; (above bottom) representatives of the Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group - Jill Gilmore, Leanne Heaver & Val Grubb receiving cheque from the Blue Lake Golf Club women’s vice president Lee Anderson & (inset) the “pink refreshment team” of Lee Anderson, Helen Myers and Carol Melhuish.


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Western Border individual honours Football & netball awards handed out to the brightest & the best

A Grade Netball Award winners - Best & Fairest Tenille Gray (East Gambier) & Runner Up Emily Hunter (East Gambier)

2021 Western Border Netball Association Team of the Year - (back row) Sara Ritter (West Gambier), Maddie Whaites (North Gambier), Lisa Fyfe (East Gambier), Emily Hunter (East Gambier), Caroline Davey (North Gambier) & Tenille Gray (East Gambier) and (front row) Tarsh McCallum (East Gambier), Lisa Duldig (Millicent) & Lucy Denton (Millicent). Absent: Bo Creek (East Gambier) & joint coach of the year Lousie Humphries (East Gambier)

Most Improved Club & Champion Netball Club - Millicent. Accepted by president Jodie Reilly.

Best Under 21 Player - Lucy Denton (Millicent)

Most Consistent - Sophie Elllis (Millicent). Polled in 12 of 12 possible games.

A Reserve Netball Award winners Best & Fairest Sophie Ellis (Millicent). Absent: Runner Up Natalie Rhook (Casterton Sandford)

B Grade Netball Award winners Best & Fairest Jackie Sunderland (Millicent) & Runner Up Charlene Riley (South Gambier)

C Grade Netball Award winners - Best & Fairest Krystal Coghlan (Millicent) & Runner Up Sapphire Sims (Millicent)

Under 18 Football Leading Goal Kicker - Alex Ridding (South Gambier)

Reserves Football Leading Goal Kicker - Charlie Fisher (South Gambier)

A Grade Football Leading Goal Kicker - Gene Robinson (Millicent). Presented by SANFL game development coordinator Heath Sims.

Pam Hennessy presents the Brian Hennessy Medal for the Best & Fairest player in the Western Border Football League to Millicent playing coach Clint Gallio

A Grade Football Award winners - Best Under 21 Sam Willis (Millicent); Best & Fairest Clint Gallio (Millicent) & Runner Up Jacob Carger (Millicent)

Reserves Football Award winners - Best & Fairest Luke Foran (South Gambier) & Runner Up Nathaniel Robbins (Millicent)

Under 18 Football Award winners - Best & Fairest Josh Werchon (Millicent) & Runner Up Ethan Sims (South Gambier)

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17 & Under Netball Award winners Best & Fairest Lucy Denton (Millicent) & Runner Up Sarah Ritter (West Gambier)

Under 16 Football Award winners Best & Fairest Eli Redman (Millicent) & Runner Up Mitchell Harrold (South Gambier)

15 & Under A Netball Award winners - Best & Fairest Lillie Paul (Millicent) & Leila Croker (West Gambier)

15 & Under B Netball Award winners - Best & Fairest Indi Longhurs (Casterton Sandford) & Phoebe Carlin (Casterton Sandford)

13 & Under A Netball Award winners - Piper Paul (Millicent) &Runner Up Katie Kerr (East Gambier)

13 & Under B Netball Award winners - Joint Best & Fairest Tahnee Grosser (Millicent) & Georgia Nulty (North Gambier)

Under 14 Football Award winners - Runner Up Jacob Salmon (South Gambier) & Best & Fairest Kobe Gibson (Millicent)

13 & Under B Netball Award winner - Runner Up Tahni Kemp (East Gambier)

Under 14 Football Leading Goal Kicker - Kobe Gibson (Millicent)

300 Game Milestone - Alisha Bryan (North Gambier). Absent: Natalie Rhook (Casterton Sandford)

200 Game Milestone - Haylee Rhook (Casterton Sandford)

This week, again the club had a great turn up for the 2-4-2 competition with 49 players going out to play. Before going out, Treasure Malcolm Wright, reminded players that subs are now due for pennant registration. The winning team for this week was Glen Schapel and Eddie Hann with a score of 36+21 and taking home the prize pool of $49.00 each . Runners up for the day was the team of Ian Ross and Derek Bowering with a score of 35+21 shots up. Other winning teams for the day were, Peter Dunnicliff, Peter Scanlon 33+14. Bill O’Conner, Derk Pietersma 33+11. Terry Lonergan, John Scudds 32+3. John Eldridge, David Reichelt 31+15. Rob Chambers, Alan Correll 31+5. Ross Warren, Frank Cooper 31+3. Malcolm Wright, Peter Varcoe 31+3. Denis Clifford, Peter Bateman 30+4. Carlene Godden, Ella Pietersma 30+3. Robert Radley, Derrick Lindh 28+1. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Above top) Glen Schapel & Eddie Hann

SANFL Community Football Volunteer of the Year - Steph Contin (North Gambier)

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Top Tigers honoured Tantanoola Football & Netball Club junior awards for season 2021

Altschwager Family Award winner Demi Bevan with president Bec Scanlon

17 & Under Netball Award winners - Runner Up Ella Clarke, Best & Fairest Tayla Rowe with coaches Lauren & Alana Fensom

Senior Colts Football Award winners - Assistant coach Mike Reilly, Most Improved Noah Cockrum, Coaches Trophy Paddy Jennings, Dick McIntyre Memorial Most Consistent Jack Cytrowski, Malcolm Smith Memorial Best & Fairest Cade Kelly, Runner Up & Neil Von Duve Memorial Best Team Man Will Scanlon, Leading Goal Kicker Ellis Cushion & coach Wayne Batchelor.

Junior Consistency winner Molly Cushion with president Bec Scanlon

15 & Under Netball Award winners - Best & Fairest Molly Cushion, Runner Up Ebony Cytrowski with coach Jules Cytrowski.

13 & Under Netball Award winners Best & Fairest Molly Cushion, coach Leah Kuiper & Runner Up Leilani Bentley

Junior Colts Runner Up Braydn Hateley with trophy donor Carmel Chapman (above) and Junior 1 netball team (below).

Junior Colts Football Award winners - Best & Fairest Ashton Lindner, Ian Chapman Memorial Best Team Man Will Jennings, coach Josh Rowe, Leading Goalkicker Jake Bevan, Most Consistent Brayden Rowe, Most Improved Ethan Hales, Runner Up Braydn Hateley, Coaches Trophy Kaden Bell & assistant coach Matt Sporer.

Under 11 football team (top right) & Junior 2 netball team (bottom right) PHOTOS SUPPLIED

Junior Colts Best & Fairest Ashton Lindner with trophy donor Bruce Carthew



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