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ISSUE 913 - Wednesday, December 22, 2021 - Tuesday, January 11, 2022 | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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s a m t s i r h C The team at Lifestyle1 and SEN Mt Gambier wishes you a safe, enjoyable Christmas and Happy New Year and thank you for your continued support in 2021.

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St Martins Lutheran College student tops the region In 2021, it was a St Martins Lutheran College student that topped the region with Agnes Doyle achieving an ATAR of 97.85. Agnes (pictured left) headed a list of strong results for the college with 21 percent of the cohort topping the 80 mark and seven per cent topping 90. St Martins Lutheran College principal Alan Connah, was thrilled with the school’s 2021 results. “We are very pleased with this year’s SACE results,” Mr Connah said. “Our students have acquitted themselves well

and can be justly proud of their achievements.” Fourteen Year 11 students also completed one or more Stage 2 subjects, with 10 obtaining a VET qualification as part of their SACE. St Martins Lutheran College head of senior school Kathy Oliphant was also proud of what the students had achieved in 2021. “There were some exceptional results achieved by exceptional young people,” Ms Oliphant said. See inside for full story


New governor tours Limestone Coast Whirlwind visit focuses on community groups & iconic locations , St or Lynette Martin ura Kilsby, May La & rd ffo Sta n y wrap gifts Uniting Care’s Ja & Her Excellenc s John d’Souza Vincent de Paul’

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She has been in in the role for less than three months but Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC Governor of South Australia already has a snapshot of the Limestone Coast after a whirlwind visit last week. Jointly hosted by City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin OAM; District Council of Grant Mayor Richard Sage and Robe Mayor Alison Nunan, Her Excellency barely had time to draw breath as she visited iconic locations in the region, as well as touching base with some hard working community organisations. Her tour started in Mount Gambier with a working breakfast to discuss some issues with Mount Gambier councillors and management. “We discussed our unique environment and the significant economic and investment opportunities for our city,” Mayor Martin said. The Governor then rolled up her sleeves to tackle gift wrapping alongside local support agencies at the Uniting Church as she put the finishing touches on the gifts ready for distribution as part of the Christmas Cheer program supported by the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. “Her Excellency was particularly interested in the program and the service agencies who support our community during times of need,” Mayor Martin said. Her Excellency then visited Boandik’s ground breaking Community Wellbeing Centre and hydrotherapy pool, giving

the community facility her tick of St John volunte approval. ers meet with He r Excellency The state’s 36th Governor, Ms Adamson AC said she was “very I can see the role that place plays impressed by the facility”. not only for residents here but also “One of the striking things about the broader community.” the hydrotherapy pool is its access It wouldn’t be a tour of Mount for people with disability,” she said. Gambier without a visit to the lakes “Having seen the rehabilitation precinct, while a drive by the ever process in a number of people I evolving Wulanda Recreation and know well, I understand just how Convention Centre construction site significant that can be for them at Olympic Park was also part of the and the positive impact it can have itinerary. on their lives.” The Governor also toured Ryder Located on Lake Terrace East in Cheshire Homes before a luncheon Mount Gambier, the Community held in her honour at City Hall with Wellbeing Centre includes an a guest list that included Federal award-winning hydrotherapy pool, Member for Barker Tony Pasin, fully accessible for all people, Member for Mount Gambier Troy regardless of their mobility. Bell, State Member of the Legislative The facility also includes an over Council Hon Clare Scriven and 50s gymnasium, and a hireable representative from SAPOL, Mount meeting room, consulting room Gambier and Community RSL, and community activity room with Flinders University, Limestone Coast Boandik chief executive Gillian Local Health Network, University McGinty showing the official party of SA, Burrandies Aboriginal through the wellbeing hub. Corporation, BaptistCare, ac.care, “Boandik appreciated the Pangula Mannamurna Aboriginal Governor’s interest and her Corporation, and Women in willingness to share a ‘normal’ day Business Regional Development. for our clients, staff and volunteers,” “It was my great pleasure to visit Ms McGinty said. “Boandik was the City of Mount Gambier for the able to highlight the focus that first time in the vice-regal role,” the we have on supporting health, Governor said. “I was reminded of fitness and wellbeing for people of just how beautiful this part of the all abilities in the Mount Gambier world is, with the Blue Lake and community.” rolling countryside, as well as the Boandik’s Ascot clients were strong sense of community spirit in also visited by the Governor, this region. I enjoyed my visit very revealing why Tuesday at Boandik much and hope to return regularly.” is their favourite day of the week, Her Excellency then headed to especially last week as a Christmas Port MacDonnell for a meet and partywas on the agenda. greet afternoon tea with a number “Seeing people come together of community representatives at … they’re very happy,” Governor the Port MacDonnell Community Adamson AC said. Complex before heading to Robe. “This is a highlight of their week.

Boandik chief ex ecutive Gillian McGinty with He r Excellency at the Community Well being Centre City of Mount Ga mbier Mayor Ly nette Martin with Her Excellency at the Blue Lake

Kingston streetscape redevelopment unveiled The Kingston SE Main Streets Stimulus Project was officially opened by the Member for Barker Tony Pasin MPlast week. Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the almost two million dollar makeover was supported by the Federal Government via a funding grant of $668,500 from the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund. “The Kingston SE Main Streets Stimulus Project has revitalised Kingston SE’s three main streets, to create a unified, greener, safer and more accessible precinct,” Mr Pasin said. “The project has created a vibrant, inviting and accessible area for local businesses, the local community and tourists.” The key activities undertaken

to unite the streetscapes of Agnes, Holland and Hanson Streets in Kingston included: •.Repaving walk and roadways, kerbsides and gutters. • Construction of acceessibility ramps, and car park spaces. • Installation of updated signage, landscaping, lighting and storm water drainage. “This project delivered economic benefits through the use of local suppliers and contractors and delivered important employment outcomes, supporting four jobs during the construction.” Mr Pasin said. Kingston District Council Mayor Kay Rasheed said the

Kingston Main Streets Stimulus Project has certainly lived up to its intent of becoming safer, greener and more accessible. “I have been delighted with the elevated amount of positivity around how wonderful Kingston is looking, from both locals and new and returning visitors,” Mator Rasheed said. “The Kingston Main Streets Stimulus Project has been the driving contributor for this feedback. This project would not have been possible without the support of our funding partners - Building Better Regions Fund, Regional Growth Fund and People for Places – all of whom we are extremely grateful for.” Kingston Main Streets Stimulus

Project was a joint project between Federal Government ($668,500), South Australian Government ($668,500) and Kingston District Council ($497,149).

IT’S OFFICIAL: Member for Barker Tony Pasin; Kingston Mayor Kay Rasheed & Member for Mackillop Nick McBride officially open the newly developed Kingston streetscape.


All smiles St Martins Lutheran College student tops the region In 2021, it was a St Martins Lutheran College student that topped the region with Agnes Doyle achieving an ATAR of 97.85. Agnes headed a list of strong results for the college with 21 percent of the cohort topping the 80 mark and seven per cent topping 90. St Martins Lutheran College principal Alan Connah, was thrilled with the school’s 2021 results. “We are very pleased with this year’s SACE results,” Mr Connah said. “Our students have acquitted themselves well and can be justly proud of their achievements.” Fourteen Year 11 students also completed one or more Stage 2 subjects, with 10 obtaining a VET qualification as part of their SACE. St Martins Lutheran College head of senior school Kathy Oliphant was also proud of what the students had achieved in 2021. “There were some exceptional results achieved by exceptional young people,” Ms Oliphant said. “Every ATAR has a story behind it - it is not the number itself, but the way it has been achieved. St Martin’s students have as usual performed with integrity and persistence, truly demonstrating the St Martins Spirit.” Agnes narrowly beat out Jemima Puust (97.45) with Drew Baker (90.35) rounding out the top three results for the college. The newly crowned St Martins Lutheran College Dux was quick

to place significant credit with her teachers. “The most important thing for me was utilising my teachers as much as possible,” Agnes said. “I made sure I handed in drafts for all of my assignments and often stayed after school to get extra help and guidance from my teachers. I was so lucky to have such amazing teachers who were enthusiastic about their subjects and helped to push me to achieve my best. A really great aspect of St Martins is that it is a smaller school and so it was not only my subject teachers who knew and helped me throughout the year. All of the teachers in the school were willing to talk to me about my school work and give me advice on how to achieve the result I wanted.” Of course Agnes had a bit to do with her impressive ATAR, working hard throughout the year and had strong organisation skills to ensure she kept on top of her workload. “Reducing stress was also a big aspect I had to work on,” Agnes said. “I think being as on top of your workload as possible really helped me personally. There is a lot of work to be done and if you let it pile up you’ll feel very overwhelmed and so making sure I set my own deadlines, not just the ones teachers gave, was crucial.” Agnes studied Chemistry, Biology, Mathematical Methods and Specialist Mathematics as well as the Research Project.

“...there were some exceptional results achieved by exceptional young people...” Kathy Oliphant (St Martins Lutheran College head of senior school)

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“...2022 will be a good break - hopefully I can reset, have a bit of a break and be ready for seven-plus years of study ...” Agnes Doyle “For my research project I chose to base it on the conservation of wildlife, in particular trophic rewilding,” Agnes said. “I chose this as both myself and my family have a keen interest in the environment. In particular, my sister, who was studying in a similar field at university, really helped to peak my interest in the subject.” And while it wasn’t easy, Agnes did also focus on having some form of work-life balance to ensure her Year 12 studies weren’t all consuming, learning it was critical to plan something for those time outs so they didn’t end up being time to procrastinate and worry about the work sitting there waiting. “Staying involved in my hockey and tennis clubs really helped with

this issue,” Agnes said. “It gave me a time where I didn’t need to think about schoolwork because there was no test or assignment I could possibly do whilst playing sport. I also worked a casual job on weekends throughout the year which was another good way to get my mind off of school.”

“...our students have acquitted themselves well and can be justly proud of their achievements...” Alan Connah (St Martins Lutheran College principal)

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But a break is exactly what she has on her mind as she embarks on a gap year in 2022. “I am planning on having a gap year during 2022 to earn some money before heading off to university to hopefully study medicine in 2023,” Agnes said. “I think the gap year will be really important for me to have a break from studying and reset before getting back into it at university.” Not that it will all play and no work – there is the UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test) to study for – part of the entry requirements for medicine. “2022 will be a good break hopefully I can reset, have a bit of a break and be ready for sevenplus years of study.”

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Turning the page on a new chapter Tenison Woods College librarian leaves her role after five decades “I have been blessed with a wonderful career, but I cannot wait to retire and watch the cricket!” That is how retiring Tenison Woods College library technician Tory Brett summed up walking away from the school she has called home since 1972. Employed in 1972, Tory’s association with the school predates her role as librarian – she attended Mater Christi College for girls (predecessor of Tenison Woods College) from Year 8 to Year 11, only leaving to complete her matriculation (Year 12) at Mount Gambier High School as it wasn’t available at Mater Christi at the time. Tory was just 17 when she was offered the librarian role in what was the first year where the school had a purpose‐built library as part of the new development of Tenison College – the merging of Mater Christi College for girls and Marist Brothers Agricultural College for boys. Tory was one of 15 staff members at the newly formed school and actually had siblings still attending. Her sister, Micki Greenham, now also a staff member at the College, recalls the delight in having a family member working at the school. “It was pretty cool to have Tory as the only librarian back in 1972,” Micki said. “Most of the other staff were either nuns or brothers, she was young and trendy and had a car, so sometimes we could catch a ride to school rather than having to take the bus.” At the beginning of her tenure, Tory attended a three‐week training course in Adelaide, along with around 50 other people across the state to learn library skills. This was one of only a few training

programs on offer for school librarians at that time. In 1974, Tory went on leave to be married and start a family, maintaining her connection with the College and spent time studying to be a library technician. Her mother Pam O’Connor took on the librarian position and her siblings continued to attended the school. It wasn’t until 1987 that Tory returned to the college when a Librarian Assistant position became available. She worked in this role, under her mother as head librarian until the end of 1987, taking over from her mother a year later and continuing in the role until the end of this year. Her sister Micki feels honoured to have been able to work alongside

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Tory for many years, “The familial bond can be intuitive, so as an English and History teacher, it has always been brilliant to have Tory and my mum (Pam) as go‐to people for the resources I needed for my job. It was a privilege to work with both of them over the years,” Micki said. Tory’s role at the college often went on beyond that of librarian. Her historical knowledge of the school’s story has enabled staff and students to appreciate and understand the deep history of not only the school, but Catholic education in the Limestone Coast. Tory inherited the school archives which were originally setup by her mother, who was a local historian. “My mother was the local Historian in Mount Gambier and

wrote many stories about the area,” Tory said. “She had books published and was well known as a historian in the South East. I suppose I have inherited some of this passion and knowledge through her.” In recent years, Tory has spent time digitising year books from Marist Brother’s College, Mater Christi College and Tenison College, so that they can become available in an online capacity, to be searched and viewed by members of the college and the wider community. Tenison Woods College principal David Mezinec praised Tory for her dedication and passion over her five decades of work. “Tory has been our resident historian and astute investigator

in relation to the college story, while at the same time making history herself as our longest serving staff member,” Mr Mezinec said. “Her commitment to the College and its people has left a lasting impression on how we appreciate the shoulders on which we stand as a Catholic College community and the legacy we leave to future generations.” Tory reflected on her career and ‘life’ at the College as being fulfilling, particularly when working with younger students. “I found my connections with primary school and early learning students,” she said. “Their spontaneity and directness were some of the most rewarding and fun moments for me.” Tory has witnessed the constant development of the college over the years and attributed community spirit as the driving force for this growth. “A highlight during my career was seeing the building of the Multipurpose Hall in 1986/87 (known today as the Barrie Holmes Stadium),” Tory said. “There was a community spirit which was felt all around the college. In a time of economic difficulty at the school, the community saw a need and worked tirelessly to ensure students had the facilities they required. It was a time of coming together and it was amazing to be involved.” Tory looks forward to her retirement, with a change of pace and spending time with family. “I have always been encouraged and inspired by the words of Catherine McAuley, ‘We should be shining lamps, giving light to all around us’.”


Looking to breathe new life into relic City of Mount Gambier gets serious about future use of Old Railway Station The City of Mount Gambier will commence a market sounding process to find a suitable tenant for the old Mount Gambier Railway Station building in the new year, following endorsement at the December Council meeting held last night. The 103-year-old heritage-listed building underwent a significant facelift last year to restore many of its original external elements and features including tiled roofing, new guttering, painting and restorative stonework. Additional works to improve the integrated public toilet amenities and modernise the air conditioning

and ventilation will be undertaken this financial year. “The building is considered a landmark site and an asset in the context of the revitalisation of the Railway Lands precinct and its positioning as a connector between the CBD and Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre,” City of Mount Gambier City Growth General Manager Tim Coote said. Council discussed future options for the building at a workshop in the broader context of the surrounding Railway Land and Olympic Park precincts. “Council hopes to attract a

suitable and sustainable anchor tenant for the building to further drive the realisation of community aspirations for this site and the surrounding precinct,” Mr Coote said. “We are currently developing guiding principles around the activation of the Central Business District which will provide a framework for the pursuit of an appropriate tenant, ensuring any proposed use is also considered within the broader strategic context of the surrounding area.” The scope of any additional internal site works will be paused during the tenancy exploration process to ensure fit out requirements are suited to the building’s ongoing use and function. “In addition, opportunities for cocontribution to further enhance or fit out the building will be explored at the point of commercial negotiation,” Mr Coote said. It is proposed that the initial market sounding process will be open for a period of approximately eight weeks, commencing in the first quarter of next year.

“The process will invite responses to a range of criteria, ensuring that proposals consider elements such as acknowledging the significance of the site in connection to the CBD, enhancing the Railway Lands precinct as a premier destination in Mount Gambier through the provision of high-quality, regionally connected, products and/

or services and the capacity to deliver the concept to the standards expected of a landmark tenancy through prior experience or execution of similar projects,” Mr Coote said. Suitable candidates will be invited to further explore the commerciality of their concept in collaboration with council.

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The Naracoorte District Men’s Shed has received an early Christmas present with Member for Barker Tony Pasin handing over more than $5000 to the community group courtesy of the Federal Government’s National Shed Development Program (NSDP). “This funding will enable Naracoorte District Men’s Shed to purchase new IT equipment and provide training to their members, allowing them to stay in touch as well as purchase lifesaving defibrillators,” Mr Pasin said. Naracoorte District Men’s Shed chairman Graham Henschke said the Naracoorte District Men’s Shed have recently established a subbranch of the Men’s Shed, known

as the Engine Group. “This grant will enable us to provide the Engine Group with a defibrillator and other associated safety equipment.” Mr Henschke said. “We are very grateful for the support of Tony Pasin and the Federal Government.” Mr Pasin said it was vitally important that Shed Members felt valued and remained connected to their community during a period that was difficult for many Australians. “Men’s Sheds play a vital role in preventing social isolation and mental ill health. They offer thousands of men of all ages a safe and friendly environment

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Plenty of room att the inn Sharing the joy of Christmas Three young siblings welcomed into a Mount Gambier family last year are looking forward to everything about celebrating Christmas in the stability, safety and care of their foster home this December. Kylie and Will decided they had space in their hearts and home to support vulnerable children in the Limestone Coast despite already being parents of four children. “Last Christmas, we welcomed three very sad children into our home and they were not excited about celebrating Christmas at all because they had just had such a big upheaval in their life,” Kylie said. “But nearly 12 months on, we’ve

got three kids that are settled, have certainly become a part of the family and are looking forward to Christmas.” Now raising a household of seven children as Christmas approaches, the couple have split the cohort into two teams for shopping outings with a parent leading each group so each child can purchase a gift for another family member. “The kids put a lot of thought and effort into picking one present for the person they are buying for and we have a special Kris Kringle dinner on Christmas Eve where the person giving the gift always seems to receive more joy than the person receiving, which is what

Christmas is all about,” Kylie said. However, it is not just at Christmas when Will and Kylie

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reflect on the different life the three foster children are living to the alternatives they may have faced if the family did not choose to care. “These children we now care for would never have experienced the life they are experiencing now – they are going to go on holidays they never would have experienced and have a loving foster mum and father who make sure they are safe, loved and cared for,” Will said. “We both work in difficult jobs where we have unfortunately become aware of abuse and neglect of children in our community, but we are also quite privileged and content in our life, so thought we could probably offer a lot and it is good for our own children to see you can give back to others and share what we are fortunate to have.” Kylie said she had no regrets about adding to the number of children in her care and urged others to consider opening their doors to vulnerable youngsters as foster carers. “We thought ‘we’ve got a home, we’ve got four beautiful children of our own and the capacity and space to love some more, so why not?’” Many people would consider raising seven children a daunting prospect, but Will said the couple’s own children contributed after being part of the family decision to offer foster placements. “The children are all really close, which makes it so much easier for everyone to get along and care for each other,” he said. “It’s not uncommon to see two kids playing in one room, two kids in the other room and then two kids out on the trampoline - our second oldest boy calls his foster brother his ‘brother from another mother’.” Will and Kylie did not initially plan to welcome a group of siblings into their home when they were approved as carers through regional agency ac.care, but were asked if they would consider taking in the children to keep them together and decided to see if the arrangement would work. “We’ve had the three kids for 12 months now and knowing how close they are, the thought of having them in a placement where they are not together just would not be an option for us,” Will said. Kylie explained the family had broad support to sustain the arrangement from ac.care

and the Department for Child Protection, together with services such as an occasional babysitter, along with assistance from friends, colleagues and family members, to help make the task of raising seven children manageable. “It is a team approach because it takes a village to raise a child and if you don’t have a village, you create one and we certainly have with the support in place,” Kylie said. Will and Kylie urge other caring adults to consider becoming foster carers after they have enjoyed the experience and seen the dramatic improvement in the wellbeing of children in their care. “Children are born into circumstances outside of their control and if you’ve got the capacity and the love in your heart to be able to do that, why not?” Will said. “If your child orientated, having a child that’s not biologically yours write you a letter saying that you’ve changed their life and they love you like their own mother or father, well, it’s heartbreaking for anyone and as meaningful as watching your own child take their first steps - I don’t think you’ll find anything more fulfilling.” Meanwhile, Will and Kylie are also potentially raising another generation of carers. “It’s been a very positive experience for our four children - they know they are doing something amazing and we’ve already heard them say when they grow up, they want to provide foster care,” Kylie said. “Even our foster children are saying ‘I want to be a foster carer like you’ and these kids come from a background of trauma that our children will never experience and for them to say ‘I want to be a foster carer like you’ is huge,” Will added. Sadly, there are not enough foster carers to meet the needs of vulnerable children in our community and ac.care is continuing to recruit more adults committed to the safety and care of young people to help provide safe homes and positive relationships. Find out more at www.accare. org.au/services/foster-care/ or call 1300 ACCARE (1300 222 273). FAMILY SUPPORT: Will and Kylie’s four biological children contribute to making three foster siblings welcome in their home and part of the family.


Ground breaking service needs your help More volunteers needed for palliative care program More community volunteers and ongoing funding are the two priorities for the newly established In Home Hospice Care (IHHCARE) in Mount Gambier. The free of charge, not for profit community service has been made possible through the funding of $149,000 from the SA Government Palliative Care 2020 Grants Program as it looks to deliver palliative care for patients in their own homes. Hospice manager Sandi Elliott said trained volunteers started providing care in August this year, with a focus on providing care for people wishing to die at home, as well as providing support to their families and carers. “The need for this model of in-home care is obvious with all our trained volunteers currently allocated to clients,” Ms Elliott said. “A total of 170 total volunteer care hours has been provided up to the end of November but the demand for our volunteers means that we are now seeking expressions of interest from the community for two new intakes of volunteers to occur in early February next year.” And while anyone over the age of 18 is welcome to enquire about volunteering with IHHCARE, the team is looking for male volunteers, given 75 per cent of their client base is male. “Three men trained in our initial group, and we would most appreciate hearing from others within our community who may be interested,” Ms Elliott said. No specific skills are required, with those wishing to become volunteers usually expressing a desire to help others and have had some life experience that has touched them. Each volunteer’s level of commitment varies and depends on how much time they have to give and all volunteers undertake palliative care training and are supported by the hospice staff. Only a few months into the in home care program and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. “They are so very grateful that we are there to support both them and their families/carers,” Ms Elliott said. “It is rewarding when we receive feedback expressing feelings of gratitude.” Ms Elliott said the role was not about administering medication, medical care or advice. “It focusses instead on giving practical and emotional support to people with a life-limiting illness, and their care network, to ‘live well and die well’ in their choices to maximise their time and/or death at home,” Ms Elliott said. “They have been providing a variety of activities ranging from taking clients to medical or social appointments, on social drives, or

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“...it focusses instead on giving practical and emotional support to people with a life-limiting illness, and their care network...” Sandi Elliott (IHHCARE Manager) out for a meal as well as spending time at their home, doing some food prep, playing cards, talking, or just listening along with giving the family or carer a chance to have a break or much-needed sleep.” The IHHCARE program has also received wider community support with the local Woodlands Craft Group donating handknitted rugs and blankets (pictured above) and Ian Bond, from the Men’s Shed, crafting Comfort Birds and Crosses (pictured right).” IHHCARE board chair Maureen Klintberg said the community had embraced all facets of the service. “It is most pleasing to note the rapid development of this Mount Gambier community service to date,” Ms Klintberg said. “This has been made possible by the support of the Warrnambool District and Community Hospice enabling the establishment of a solid foundation of policies and procedures in a relatively short timeframe that align with the National Palliative Care Standards. “Our program, which is based on a proven model, has met all objectives, and aims of the original Palliative Care 2020 Grant and we are now seeking additional funds to enable our palliative home care service to continue to meet community needs and to grow and expand into the future.” With the grant funds fully expended, the board is conscious of the need to ensure the continuity and sustainability of the IHHCARE service and is currently seeking to source ongoing funding from the SA Government and donations from our local community.

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Hard work reaps rewards Agricultural Science the end game for Grant High School Dux For Angus Langsmith everything in the past couple of years has been about preparing for a career in agricultural science. The Grant High School graduate secured the school’s top ATAR - 97.55 - and after completing a traineeship at Water Solve Irrigation, a position he started in November, he is heading to Adelaide University in 2023 to start his agricultural science studies. Angus (pictured right) initially took the pressure off his Year 12 studies by completing Stage 2 Math Methods and Agricultural Systems in Year 11 and his results in those subject also secured him the position in his preferred tertiary course. “It was good to get those out of the ways so I cold concentrate on my other subjects this year,” Angus said. So this year, Angus tackled Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Literary Studies and the Research Project. “My Research Project was on the management of overabundant native species in South Australia,” Angus said. “I chose to do it because I’m interested in animals and their impact on agriculture as well as the environment. I looked

at impact causing species and management strategies to reduce damage to the environment and impact on agriculture.” Angus is one of those students who has relished in the Grant High School initiative – Homework Club – which saw students remain in a study area after school with teachers on hand for extra help if required. “That was really good and I stayed in town at school a fair bit with homework club,” Angus said. But the Grant High dux also looked to spend time away from his studies in a bid to not see his final year of school become allconsuming. “I think I had a pretty good balance, I obviously had school, but twice a week I had hockey training and played a game on the weekend,” Angus said. “I also helped coach Strikers U12 Boys this year and for the last few years and I have worked at a dairy in Glencoe just down the road for the last two and a half years which has also been good. I reckon it helped because I still got to do other stuff and have a bit of a break from school work.” Angus was another of the

region’s top students to give credit to the teachers who helped guide him through these past two years of study. “My teachers definitely had a massive role in how well I went,” Angus said. “They were very supportive and were always happy to answer questions and give feedback.” Grant High School principal Fleur Roachock was full of pride for her 2021 Year 12 cohort. “They all worked hard and have reaped the reward,” Mrs Roachock said. “Every student has different needs from their schooling and I think we are getting better and better and making sure we cater for all students. I think we are doing the vocational and educational

really, really, well but need to do some work for all the students in between. A lot of credit goes to the teachers who sit alongside our students and put in a lot of effort on their behalf and we also had wonderful families supporting the students as well.” Mrs Roachock said the class of 2021 was all about hard work rather than gifted students for whom it all came easy. “They were a beautiful bunch of young people and all of our kids were such hard workers,” she said. “Northing came particularly easy – they had to work hard to get the results they did.” STUDENTS ACHIEVING ATAR OVER 90 • Angus Langsmith – 97.55 • Rachael Kelly – 95.2

• Wil Scanlon – 94.9 • Riley Groenveld – 93.4 • Tyson White – 91.05 2021 MERITS (Achieved by Year 11 students) • Breeana Jones – Research Project • Gemma Ralph – General Mathematics • Molly Wild – Digital Communication Solutions (Photography) BEST OF THE BEST: (Above main back row) Rachael Kelly, William Scanlon & Tyson White and (fron row) Breeana Jones, Gemma Ralph & Molly Wild and (inset) Riley Groenveld.

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The first solo exhibition for Hamilton based artist Peter Coates paints a picture of South West Victoria through the faces of its people. The latest free exhibition at Hamilton Gallery profiles an ordinary man with an extraordinary talent, known locally as Hamilton’s Rembrandt. Peter Coates: A Portrait of a Place presents a striking visual diary profiling the faces of wellknown locals, from significant past residents to fellow artists and community heroes. A full-time local house painter with a passion for portraiture, Peter is focused on honing his skills, often repainting the same work multiple times. “These paintings have been done over six years, and you can see how I’ve improved my skills over time,” Peter said. “I’m fascinated with the skin – there are so many shades and transparencies that are difficult to capture. It’s hard to get right. The most challenging portrait in the exhibition was the one of my good Russian friend, Maria, because there were no shadows falling on her face. I’m in the middle of painting a second version on the easel in the Hamilton Gallery to see if I can improve.” Visitors can see Peter painting live at various times throughout the exhibition in the pop-up Art Room where his paints, brushes and oils are poised for use. Subjects captured on canvas include the artist’s friends and family, alongside notable ex-

residents, and infamous local characters. Hamilton-born Melissa (Milly) Tapper - the first Australian athlete to represent the country at both the Paralympics and the Olympics – is honoured, as is late philanthropist, Geoff Handbury AO. Other locals whose portraits are included are fellow artist, Ron Penrose from Harrow, Warrnambool’s Acting Senior Sergeant, Jason Dance, and Hamilton SES volunteer, Craig Munro. Portraits range from soft pastels of local children to the seasoned faces of older residents and even a skull from Rembrandt’s house juxtaposed amongst the lifelike faces. Visitors are encouraged to come face to face with each striking portrait and explore their own feelings of identity and ‘localhood’. To complement the artwork on display the gallery has developed a Portrait Palace. This interactive space allows artists of all ages to try their hand at creating a selfportrait or a portrait of someone else, and to display their artwork in a fun pop-up gallery space. The Portrait Palace is free to take part in and open daily. Education and engagement officer Agostina Hawkins said it hads been fantastic to see so many children coming to the gallery and creating artworks. “Our gallery wall is gradually filling up with the most colourful and inventive portraits,” she said. Peter Coates: A Portrait of a Place runs until February 20.

“The painting that means the most to me is probably the oil of my daughter, Fallon,” Peter said. “It was done in her veggie garden on her birthday while she watched her two boys coming down the yard. It’s the only one with a pink fingerprint on my signature rather than my customary red, too. She’s my girl, it had to be pink. My art is not about me, but about who I paint.” Public programs associated with the exhibition include an eagerly anticipated double Exhibition Celebration event on Friday, February 18, alongside HG60, and an Artist Floor Talk on Saturday, February 5. at 11am. Artistic director Joshua White said bringing local artists to the fore was a key responsibility for all regional galleries. “We look forward to showcasing more local artists into the future as we will be making them a part of our annual programming,” he said. “Running engaging workshops and activities for all the community to enjoy, not matter if you are a child, beginner or professional artist is also a key focus for the Gallery.” Exhibition Shot, Peter Coates: A Portrait Of A Place, Hamilton Gallery.

Glenelg Shire Council is encouraging locals to wave goodbye to 2021 and celebrate New Year’s Eve in Glenelg with a bang. With fireworks back in Heywood and Portland, Mayor Anita Rank said there has never been a better time to join in your local community celebrations and support our local hospitality businesses. “Fireworks are back in Heywood and Portland and residents can enjoy a family friendly 10pm show as well as midnight displays,” Cr Rank said. “In Portland, Bentinck Street will be closed to traffic with extended frontage for businesses to create a Covid safe New Year’s Eve Street party.

“There will be music on the Gordon balcony and we strongly urge those that are able to support our local hospitality businesses after such a hard year to do so. Let’s help them see in 2022 with optimism. “So, get your friends and family together and book a table to see in 2022 in style, or indulge in some delicious take away and gather on the foreshore lawns to safely view the fireworks and have some fun at the carnival.” “Wherever you are in Glenelg we hope you enjoy a safe and festive holiday season and we look forward to a positive and prosperous 2022.” For more details visit www. glenelg.vic.gov.au

Foundation welcomes new chief Roger Babolka is the new CEO of community foundation Stand Like Stone, taking over the role from the outgoing CEO Anne Kerr. early in the Ne Year. Board chair Robert Mock said the Foundation was very pleased to have Roger on-board as he brought with him a significant amount of practical knowledge and understanding of the Limestone Coast through his many years working across all industries and three levels of government for nearly 30 years, in addition to his long history of volunteer service, in the region. The incoming CEO said the foundation had achieved a great deal since it was established back in 2004. “I’m honoured to be given this opportunity,” Mr Babolka said. “It’s also important to take this time to acknowledge the fantastic efforts and commitment given by the outgoing CEO Anne Kerr since taking on the role.”


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2021 Barker Awards Local winners of the Member for Barker Mr Tony Pasin’s annual Barker Shield Program have been presented with the award as part of their end of year school presentation ceremonies. The Barker Shield is an annual award given to three students in each participating school. It celebrates student excellence in three categories: academic achievement; community service and spirit; and a category determined by the school. “As Federal Member for Barker, it is a great privilege to be able to recognise the valuable contribution of the students that achieve at

very high levels,” Mr Pasin said. “COVID19 has no doubt had an impact on us all. I commend students on their perseverance, dedication and commitment to their studies during this once in a lifetime disruption. “I wish to congratulate each of the students who received a Barker Shield Award. They are incredibly worthy recipients who have made positive contributions to their school community. “This positive contribution is permanently honoured through the perpetual Barker Shield, which is displayed in a prominent location at each school.”

1. Member for Barker Tony Pasin with William Edwards (Year 12 Academic Achievement), Travis Bastiaans (Year 7 School Service) & Harrison Stenner (Year 11 Community Service & Spirit)

2. Naracoorte High School recipients with school princpal Kylie Smith, Ellis Attwood (Student Leadership), Lucy Henschke (Community Service and Spirit) & Ella Jones (Academic Achievement).

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Hamper happiness Showing Christmas kindness to the isolated Christmas can be one of the loneliest times of the year for those with little to no family nearby, isolated by lack of transport or location, or simply find the festive season “tough.” To bring a little Christmas cheer United Way Glenelg with the help of its community partners is distributing hampers to those in the community who need it the most. The hampers are a community collaboration effort and include handwritten cards and letters from children at Merino Consolidated Primary School and Narrawong & District Primary School and include Christmas pudding, biscuits, ginger beer, Christmas chocolate and a Christmas decoration, The hampers have been assembled by students from Portland Re-engagement Program

with much of the food donated by Warrnambool & District Food Share. To assist and guide United Way Glenelg to identify those the communities most vulnerable include Glenelg Shire Council - Aged and Disability Services, Portland District Health – Telehealth, Palliative Care and District Nursing, Heywood Rural Health, Winda-Mara Aboriginal Corporation, Dartmoor Bush Nursing and St Vincent de Paul in Casterton. United Way Glenelg chief executive officer Nicole Carr said Christmas could be challenging for many people, particularly those who have remained isolated due to COVID restrictions. “We want people to feel this Christmas that they haven’t been forgotten, we value them and they are important members of our community,” Ms Carr said. “We hope our hampers will make Christmas just a little happier this year.” One client who received her package from Glenelg Shire Council - Aged and Disability Services this week was overwhelmed with gratitude. “On unpacking the

gifts I discovered that my gift came from United Way Glenelg,” she said. “For this kindness and that of the other contributors, thank you with tears in my eyes and a warmed heart. “My Christmas this year will be in Portland. I will be feasting well! Your kindness has made me very grateful for the people who care for others in my community.” In addition to the Christmas hampers United Way Glenelg is urging people to call or visit someone struggling with loneliness this year. “It’s heartbreaking to hear many older people don’t have anyone to share Christmas with this year, especially after the past 18 months everyone’s had,” said Ms Carr. “Reaching out to make a friendly phone call, share a cup of tea or baking a treat could be the best gift you give.” The packages are funded through the COVID-19 Impact Fund, established in March last year and has distributed more than $72,000 in projects and initiatives. This initiative is a follow up to the 200 Winter Care packages delivered in June and July to community members in the Glenelg Shire. CHRISTMAS HAMPER JOY: John Haby was thrilled with his Christmas Hamper.


Festive drops from our own backyard Award winning Limestone Coast wines perfect for the party season The Limestone Coast Wine Show committee has put together an enticing list of winning options from the recent wine show for those looking to embrace the community spirit and buy local this festive season. Celebrating the Top 40 wines from the 20th anniversary event, the selection begins with ‘Bubbles’, with Best Sparkling Wine trophywinner, the 2018 Eliza Blanc de Blancs from Padthaway Estate, considered a must. “Judges were full of praise for the complexity and balance of this sparkling wine, with Woodsoak Wines’ Zaahira Sparkling another crowd favourite worth considering,” committee member Lauren Hansen said. White wines were strong performers at this year’s show especially Wrattonbully’s Eight at the Gate. The family-owned winery’s 2019 Family Selection Chardonnay collected two trophies, with judge Corey Ryan describing it as a beautiful example of modernstyle Australian Chardonnay; tight and steely, with lovely intensity of flavour. For a light and refreshing white to kick off the celebrations, party (or beach!) goers should try the 2021 Kongorong Riesling from DiGiorgio Family Wines, which won the Karl Seppelt Trophy for Best White (excluding Chardonnay). “DiGiorgio also has your Rose

needs covered, with the delightful 2021 Dolcetto Rosé another trophy winner – their 2018 Botrytis Semillon is worth popping aside for festive cheese platters too,” Lauren said. There are some lovely lighter style reds which are bound to impress guests looking for something new, and Mount Benson’s Wangolina is leading the way with the 2021 A Series Mencia. This grape variety from the

north-west of Spain is rarely seen in Australia, but just happens to be growing well in Mundulla. “We are delighted to have been able to get our hands on it,” winemaker Anita Goode said. There’s also exciting things brewing in Coonawarra, where Ottelia’s Matilda Innes has launched her own label Taschini. Her debut release, the 2020 Taschini, was announced the

‘Wine to Watch’ by chief of judges Corrina Wright. “It’s just a really juicy and modern style that the next gen are all drinking at the city bars – super fresh, bright, easy drinking, likeable, a go-to,” Corrina said. From the newest kids on the block to the old favourites, Wynns Coonawarra Estate’s 2016 O’Deas Single Vineyard Dry Red is a delicious blend, while you

also can’t go wrong with Rymill Coonawarra’s 2019 Classic Release Shiraz. Any vintage of Orlando Wines’ Lawson’s Padthaway Shiraz will also serve you well - the 2016, 2010, and 2005 vintages out-performed the traditional Cabernet for The Red Wine of Provenance Trophy. When it comes to Cabernet, connoisseurs are really spoilt for choice – as would be expected from the Limestone Coast. The St Hugo 2019 Private Collection Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon will be a guaranteed success with the winery winning Best Wine of Show for two years in a row. The Wynns Coonawarra Estate 2018 Johnsons Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, named Best Individual Vineyard Wine, is also well worth adding to the list. “There’s some real blockbusters that will sit well with any Christmas feast – but they would also make the perfect gift to cellar for another special occasion,” show committee member Ulrich GreySmith said. If you simply can’t wait, then Majella Wines’ 2010 Cabernet or Wrattonbully’s 2014 Malone Cabernet are cellared and ready to go, but understandably, a little harder to find. PHOTO OF 2021 LIMESTONE COAST WINE SHOW WINNERS COURTESY OF ADRIAN GALE


Staying on track Time management the key to success for Sarah

Leading from the front School captain tops Naracoorte High School Year 12 results

For Sarah Dally it was all about being organised and when you are as busy as Mount Gambier High School’s Dux you need to be right on top of everything. “Being organised, planning, using your time effectively and getting excellent sleep were super important for me to achieve my best throughout Year 12,” Sarah said. “I used a diary and a calendar to schedule my week and to also ensure I was staying ahead in my assignments. I never studied late- getting a good sleep and getting up early always worked best for me. Making flash cards were also my go to along with reviewing my notes each week.” Safe to say – for Sarah (pictured inset) – it was a tried and true method that saw her achieve an ATAR of 97.30, closely followed by Alana Menzel (96.95); Angel Aguinaldo (96.45); Madison Virgin (94.30) and Claire Hunter (91.55) who rounded out the top five results for the class of 2021. And while Sarah can certainly take a lot of the credit for her own academic success, she wasn’t averse to leaning on others for support. “Leaning on my teachers and my peers for support when I needed was also incredibly important throughout Year 12 and I could not have achieved a high ATAR without their support,” Sarah said. “Whenever I was overwhelmed, had any questions, or didn’t know how to do something, my teachers were always willing to offer any support or advice they could.” Having plenty on her life outside of the classroom and text books was also a key to Sarah’s success – her Year 12 studies coinciding with her recent elevation to elite cycling among other extracurricular activities. “Although many of my friends decreased their sport, I continued to play netball and umpire for North Gambier, cycle for the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy, work two days a week at The Nourish Nook, teach piano and work with the Country

Education Partnership as a Rural Youth Ambassador and for the first half of the year, I also worked at local café, Presto Eatery,” Sarah said. “This balance of work and sport, although kept me extremely busy, allowed me to switch off from the pressure of study and allowed myself to have some fun, spend time with friends and clear my mind in a stressful year.” That year saw her studying General Maths, General English and Psychology along with completing a Certificate III in Fitness and a Certificate III in Business as well as the research project, which saw Sarah looking at “Can holistic training techniques assist athletes to achieve optimal performance”. “This topic allowed me to combine my passion for the health and wellness industry with my involvement in sport,” Sarah said. “This meant I was able to implement the strategies I found effective into my own training.” And it dovetails nicely into Sarah’s future plans. “Next year I plan to undertake a gap year as the Mount Gambier High School HPE Trainee and along with this, I will be travelling to and from Adelaide frequently to train and complete in track cycling. I also plan to continue working as a group fitness instructor at The Nourish Nook as well as continue piano teaching and working with the Country Education Partnership.” That busy year will lead into a move to Adelaide to study a double degree in Psychology and Sport and Exercise Science at Uni SA, which will hopefully lead to becoming a Sports Psychologist. Fortunately time management is clearly a strength of this Mount High graduate given her cycling commitments – a sport she only took up a couple of years ago – are set to ramp up as well. “My involvement in cycling began in a different way compared to most,” Sarah said. “In Year 10 the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI) visited Mount Gambier as part of a Talent Identification Program. They

tested a group of students from each high school to determine their level of natural ability and physical suitability for the sport. After being extremely impressed with my testing results, I was offered a scholarship with the Limestone Coast Regional Sporting Academy. After training in Mount Gambier for 2 years, I was recently re-tested in Adelaide and have been invited to train with the SASI Track Endurance Cycling Team in Adelaide in the lead up to the State Cycling Championships in February. This involves spending a week in Adelaide every fortnight training at the Adelaide Superdrome and participating in Gym sessions at SASI. I love the lifestyle of being an athlete as well as the incredible opportunities that come along with it. My future goal is to achieve a SASI Scholarship and make the National Cycling Team.” Sarah might have headed the list of Mount Gambier High School’s Year 12 cohort but the school was extremely proud of the entire year level’s efforts, which reflected a commitment by staff to support students through the rigours of the year and an ongoing tradition of Mount Gambier High School students to perform at or above state achievement rates. A significant achievement of the 2021 cohort is the number of A grade results. TOP 12 STUDENTS: (Back from left:) Emily Edwards, Alana Menzel, Tori Redemski, Zoe Booth and Claire Hunter AND (front from left) Angel Aguinaldo, Madison Virgin, Sarah Dally, Jordan Freeman and Mount Gambier High School senior school assistant princpal Samantha Brown. Absent: Alexis Lunnay, Jade Rosenthal & Tannah Solly.

Naracoorte High School student Ella Jones was announced last week as achieving the highest ATAR for 2021 in SACE Stage 2 in her class, achieving an outstanding score of 96.10. Naracoorte High School Principal Kylie Smith was delighted with the result. “Ella has consistently been a model student, diligently applying herself to her studies throughout Secondary School,” Ms Smith said. “She has been our school captain for 2021, and has demonstrated outstanding leadership skills, time management and organisational skills to maintain high-level grades throughout her secondary school. Ella represents the school with great pride, respect and dignity and has fittingly been awarded the dux of Naracoorte High School.” Other outstanding results rounding out the top ATAR scores for Naracoorte High students include Grace Bittner with 91.75, and a further three students gaining an ATAR greater than 80 – Yahnika Meyers 83.60, Lucy Henschke 83.55 and Shakira Elmer 81.30. “As a staff and community, we are incredibly proud of our 2021 Year 12 cohort who have achieved solid final grades,” Ms Smith said. “Such results are testimony to the efforts of students, staff and families, who have worked incredibly hard to achieve this success. We wish them all the very best for the future.” LEADERSHIP QUALITIES: Ella Jones (centre) being presented her Highest ATAR Award for 2021 by sponsor James Norcock of Westley DiGiorgio Norcock Solicitors and Naracorote High School principal Kylie Smith.

High achievers Millicent & Penola High Schools honour top Year 12 students

Penola High School’s top ATAR was achieved by Charlotte Neale with a score of 86 and she is now hoping to go on to study Psychology. The school’s top four out of nine students all received an ATAR higher than 80, with Tom Skeer gaining 85.4. Principal Lesley Okholm congratulated all Year 12 students on their achievements. “Penola High School has worked hard on SACE improvement and the work of our Deputy Principal, Judy Goodes on SACE improvement, and the mentoring support of Winsley Wighton and Mark Heyn has made a big difference to our students,” Ms Okholm said. Meanwhile, Jemma Hayward (pictured inset) achieved the highest ATAR at Millicent High School for 2021, with a score of 81.8. PENOLA’S BEST: Charlotte Neale, principal Lesley Okholm & Tom Skeer.


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Tess tops Tenison Woods College Year 12 cohort

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It might not be scientific but there must be some connection between cycling and academic success with Tenison Woods College 2021 Dux also an elite cyclist, training alongside Mount Gambier High’s Sarah Dally in elite State based squads. Tess (pipctured inset) has been making her mark on the State and national stage, on the road and the track, for many years and she was in Adelaide when the results came out last week as part of her training regime. “I woke up feeling stressed and scared, as I wasn’t expecting the results I got,” Tess said. “I am in Adelaide with my mum and she was so happy with my result and we phoned dad to tell him and he was really proud! I am in a group chat with my close school mates so we kept each other up to date and supported one another. My friends gave me wonderful support when they found out my score. It was really nice. I’m proud of how we all went.” For Tess that surprise ATAR was 95.45, attaining an A for five of her subjects and a B+ for Chemistry, which was a sixth subject for the hard working student. She now plans to study Medicine or Paramedic Science at Flinders University in 2022. “My preference is to study in South Australia, but I have also applied for both courses in New South Wales and Victoria, so it just depends on where I will be accepted,” said Tess, who was one of 25 students Statewide honoured with a Governor of South Australia Excellence Award which, unsurprisingly, was tied to her cycling prowess. Other outstanding results rounding out the top five ATAR scores for Tenison Woods College students includes Lachlan Clements with 95.00, Hayley Pearson with 94.40, Mykaela Thiele with 94.30 and Alice Circelli with 94.15. In addition to the seven students receiving an ATAR above 90, a further 23 students gained an ATAR of greater than 80, totaling 31 students with 80 and above for the College.

Within a smaller cohort compared to previous years, in total 11% of the college’s students were in the top 10% of the state and 43% of our students were in the top 20% of the state. Seven Tenison Woods College students attained straight A’s in five or more of their subjects: • Tess Wight (95.45) English, Religion (Integrated Learning), Mathematical Methods, Physics, Research Project B • Hayley Pearson (94.40) English, Religion (Integrated Learning), Psychology, Physical Education, Research Project B • Mykaela Thiele (94.30) English, Religion (Integrated Learning), General Mathematics, Physical Education, Research Project B • Charlotte Oliver (92.35) General Mathematics, Psychology, English, Religion (Integrated Learning), Child Studies, Research Project B • Isabella Kenny (92.20) English, Religion (Integrated Learning), General Mathematics, Psychology, Research Project B • Sophie Skeer (89.25) Research Project B, English, Child Studies, Psychology, General Mathematics, Religion (Integrated Learning A) • Jemma Skeer (83.00) Child Studies, English, Religion (Integrated Learning), General Mathematics, Research Project B Seven Tenison Woods College Year 11 students completed at least one SACE Stage 2 subject with impressive results: • Alexandra Gittins – Modern History (A-) • Sari Mutton – Food and Hospitality (A) • Victoria Sagirov – English (A+) • Sarah Taylor – Psychology (A) • Jessica Tresidder – Research Project (A+) • Mia van Gaans – Mathematical Methods (A) • Maixence Williams – Musical Performance Ensemble (A-) Tenison Woods College Principal David Mezinec is extremely proud of the 2021 Year 12 cohort who have achieved solid final grades.

“...my friends gave me wonderful support when they found out my score. It was really nice. I’m proud of how we all went...” Tess Wight “I am delighted with the range of ‘personal best’ results that were achieved by students with the support of our committed staff team and individualized pathway planning that characterises the College’s approach to student learning. Mr Mezinec also reminded students who may not have achieved the results they expected, that ATAR scores aren’t the be all and end all and an ATAR is not an end point in itself nor does not define who we are as well-rounded thriving citizens for the world,” Mr Mezinec said. “If students didn’t receive the results they were expecting it is important that they do not become too disheartened and remember that the tertiary and higher education learning environment enables multiple entry points, articulations and pathways to achieve a final qualification goal. If students are entering the workforce it is important to remember that SACE results are only one predictor of potential success. The significant currencies in the world of work remain attitude, presence and attention to the task, teamwork and loyalty to the organisation; all of which can be attained with a deliberate approach despite the level of academic achievement.” WE’RE DONE: A group of Tenison Woods College highest ATAR achievers celebrate.

A visit by SA Governor Frances Adamson and Mayor Lynette Martin added to last week’s birthday celebrations for one of the residents of Mount Gambier’s Ryder-Cheshire homes for people with disabilities. The VIPs expressed their well wishes to Ryder home resident Bernadette and sampled the chocolate cake she had baked for her special day. The new Governor and Mayor received a COVID Safe welcome from Matthew Dixon, President of the Ryder-Cheshire Mount Gambier Home Foundation Board. Fellow board members Neville Gilbertson, Peter Telford and Stuart Stansfield also welcomed the guests, along with residents of the Ryder and Cheshire homes, and staff from disability service provider HomeCare+. Ms Adamson is State Patron of Ryder-Cheshire. Cheshire home resident Kevin took pride in showing the visitors the raised planting beds used for growing vegetables, while fellow resident David showed them the home’s photo-board. It was the second time Mr Gilbertson and Ms Adamson had met in a matter of weeks. She presented him with his Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) at Government House in early November. He was awarded the Queen’s Birthday Honour for his service to the community and in particular his contribution to Ryder-Cheshire. REGAL VISIT: (Above main) A resident spots a familiar face as Governor Frances Adamson & Mayor Lynette Martin arrive at the Ryder-Cheshire Mount Gambier homes, while local board member Neville Gilbertson looks on. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE: (Above inset) Ryder home resident Bernadette (left) received birthday well-wishes from SA Governor Frances Adamson during a VIP visit.

It’s full throttle in Wattle Range Wattle Range Council enjoyed a successful launch of it’s free summer school holiday program ‘Full Throttle in Wattle’. Fine summer weather saw great participation in both the Stand Up Paddleboarding session at Southend and Come and Try Golf at Beachport. Other activities enjoyed by Wattle Range youth last week included movie screenings at both Coonawarra and Millicent and craft activities at the Millicent Library. The fun filled program will continue into the new year, featuring further movie screenings at Southend, Glencoe and Tantanoola as well as Fun Days in both Southend and Beachport. This season’s ‘Give Back to Your Community’ event is a beach clean up with National Parks & Wildlife at Canunda and kids will again be able to challenge themselves with high ropes at Noorla Yo-Long in Rendelsham. Council is partnering with SAPOL in hosting three separate pedestrian and cycle safety sessions at the Millicent Road Safety Centre later in January. The program will wrap up with a ‘Day on the Lake’ at the Millicent Swimming Lake, featuring a blow up Ecomaze, followed by a mini Olympics and boat race, where kids are invited to bring along their own built boat made from recycled materials (no power) and a sail. Acting Director Development Services Janice Nitschke said the program was a great celebration of summer in Wattle Range. “We are pleased to be able to facilitate four weeks of activities for children and young people living in or visiting our region,” she said. “Ensure you book early so you don’t miss out.” The full Summer School Holidays Program is available at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/tourism/all-events/schoolholiday-activities-in-wattle-range Bookings can be made by contacting the Millicent Visitor Information Centre on (08)8733 0904 or email to events@wattlerange.sa.gov.au


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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 7-8-9-3 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-23-24-35-41 A good friend can come to your aid in an awkward situation, or you may have to do some fast talking to save the day. Finances are about to take a decided turn for the better, and a chance encounter could bring out something new in you.

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(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 6-3-4-6 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 3-5-45-13-39-40 Not a good time to get mixed up with people from your work. It would be much better to keep work and domestic arrangements separate. Travel plans for future long-distance trips should now be in the pipeline.

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(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 7-3-1-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 6-12-24-34-45-11

Try to keep your emotions in check and not get too excited about other people’s opinions even if they disagree. Trust your gut feeling and do your own thing. There will always be someone who will not support you.

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(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 9-7-6-4 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 9-4-5-45-33-21

During this period, so many things could be happening that your schedule is bound to get mixed up. Someone from far away could surprise you. Be flexible and let things go their own speed and you will soon get the hang of things.

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(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Lilac Racing Numbers: 6-7-3-4 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-24-34-41-11 The domestic situation could cause some concern, but your ability to organise things will soon be back to normal. Pushing your point of view is sometimes less valuable than just letting things go and taking the matter up later.

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(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 8-9-5-4 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-14-23-34-42-33

Finances are in for a boost. Social invitations can bring all sorts of surprises. Someone special could show that they care.

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(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 2-4-3-7 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-4-12-23-31-22

Most will be able to make plans, follow them and succeed. After all the recent stress, most are in a period of inner healing.

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(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 8-9-3-4 Lotto Numbers: 5-12-23-34-45

Finances look a lot better, a very successful period for most undertakings. However, be very discreet in accepting any sexual overtures, or you’ll get caught.

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(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 8-4-5-6 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-13-24-34-42-22 Most will be in the mood to party and very much in demand on the social scene. A few of you could strike it lucky.

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Local children in need will be counting on the Green Triangle region’s largest accounting firm this Christmas, as Sinclair Wilson partners with ac.care to introduce a new Wishing Tree program to Mount Gambier. From this week, the firm’s Mount Gambier office will provide an opportunity for Sinclair Wilson staff, clients and the broader community to donate a gift to local children through a partnership with ac.care, which continues to support vulnerable families across the Limestone Coast. ac.care will distribute gifts collected by Sinclair Wilson to families registered for support to ensure all children have the opportunity to wake up to something special on Christmas morning. Gift tags outlining the child’s gender and age are being hung in the Sinclair Wilson Mount Gambier office, providing donors with information to inspire their purchase. Unwrapped gifts can be left in Sinclair Wilson’s Wehl St South office for collection in the days leading up to Christmas. Sinclair Wilson partner Felicity Melican, who established the firm’s first Wishing Tree eight years ago, said each year the Wishing Tree program went from strength to strength, with now all five Sinclair Wilson offices across South East South Australia and Victoria taking part. “Those we work with each year are amazed by the response of the local communities – it really strikes a chord with local people that their gifts will be left under the tree in homes around the Limestone Coast,” she said. “These contributions remain in our local community, rather than being sent to a central point in Adelaide, Melbourne or even

Sydney, like other Wishing Tree programs can. People have told us, year after year, that this is why our Wishing Tree resonates with them, along with the fact it’s a true collaborative effort – we have individuals, local businesses and support agencies all working together to ensure children living in our own communities will not go without.” But Felicity pointed out it could never be taken for granted there would be enough gifts to go around. “Sadly, the demand will always be greater than the supply, no matter how many generous donors we can connect with,” Felicity said. “We can’t tell ourselves ‘I don’t need to donate, they’ve got enough’, because, unfortunately, it’s just never the case.” She encouraged as many people as possible to consider taking mere minutes from their busy Christmas rush to collect a tag from the Mount Gambier office to contribute to this year’s program. “It’s so easy to get caught up in the rush of Christmas,” she said.

“We’re simply asking that people donate minutes of their day and a small amount from their own pocket to ensure that as many children as possible can have the Christmas they deserve.” ac.care Limestone Coast Homelessness Service spokesperson Trish Spark said it had been wonderful to see businesses, community groups, schools, individuals and other supporters across the region contributing to the agency’s Christmas appeal. “Sadly, we are seeing an increase in the number of people in need of support after the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on country people,” Ms Spark said. “Our communities are at the heart of our work and it is wonderful to see diverse contributors, including businesses such as Sinclair Wilson, increasing our impact by helping us provide some relief and support at this time of year to share the spirit of Christmas with those who need it most.”

The ultimate outdoor education The Limestone Coast Landscape Board Education team has engaged with over 1800 students across the region this year, sharing important lessons on key landscape topics. Students ranging from high school aged to kindergarten have participated in more than 70 education activities including classroom sessions, field trips, career pathways, National Water Week and the Young Environmental Leaders Program. These sessions have increased knowledge and understanding on topics such as wetland ecology, macro-invertebrates, impacts

of invasive plant species and the importance of our coastal habitat. Students have strengthened their connection with nature and gained awareness in relation to First Nations knowledge in caring for water and country. Limestone Coast Landscape Board educator Vanessa Freebairn said students have immersed themselves in all education sessions this year, from hands on experiences to classroom visits. “Being able to provide education for the next generation about creating a sustainable landscape is very rewarding, and it is exciting to see the students become empowered on environmental issues both at a local and global level,” Ms Freebairn said. The education team also hosts Teacher Professional Development sessions, which

have again proven to be very successful this year. Sessions have included water in our landscape, micro plastics and a working together forum where educators were invited to collaborate with the team on education topics. Visit www.landscape.sa.gov. au/lc to find out more about the Landscape education team and how they can support your students. NARACOORTE CAMP: (Above top) The Young Environmental Leaders Program camp at the Naracoorte Caves engaged students with nature. NATIONAL WATER WEEK: (Left) The Limestone Coast Landscape Board hosted National Water Week activites at Bool Lagoon to allow students to explore the ecosystem.


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Stunning family home with sweeping views overlooking the picturesque Yahl countryside and only 100 metres to the iconic Blue Lake. An abundance of natural light and plenty of spaces to entertain.

5 Colonel Light Place

3/14 Spehr Street

Highest & Best 5 2 3 An impressive double storey family home with expansive living and spectacular sweeping views of the city. Open plan living, dining and kitchen with beautiful timber flooring. Five bedroom home, master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite.

33 Lake Terrace West

$220,000-$230,000 2 1 1 Situated in a tidy group of three is this lovely brick and tile unit. Open plan kitchen, meals and family with split system. Two queen sized bedrooms both carpeted and with built in robes.

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

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LANDLORDS WANTED! We have been busy leasing and our rental department is in need of more rental properties. RENT

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

8 Reginald Street

8 Reginald Street

Friday 24th December

6 Lorikeet Street

$429,000-$449,000 3 2 4 Situated on a large allotment in a quiet cul-de-sac is this neat brick & tile family home. Open plan living & built in bar with slow combustion fire, split system – gas ducted heating throughout.

A spacious and beautifully appointed family home quietly located in popular St Martins precinct. Quality kitchen. Generous living areas, stunning elevated views, all year outdoor entertaining area, solar panels and 3 toilets.

Call us today for a FREE rental appraisal!

The Team at Gebhardts Real Estate would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.

$120,000-$125,000

11 Magnolia Court

Katie Rohrlach Sharyn Ferguson Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY PROPERTY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT 8725 5766 8725 5766 8725 5766

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83 Caroline Road, Yahl

4 Morphett Crescent

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Large flat allotment approx. 1,011m2. Good wide frontage with utilities passing including gas, power and water. Ready for you to build your dream home (S,T.C.A.)

Beautifully presented family home in quiet cul-de-sac. Open plan living with lovely outlook to manicured gardens. All round comfort with ducted heating and cooling. Spacious master bedroom with w.i.robe and ensuite.

17 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

36 Derrington Street

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

RENT

$350 pw 2 1 1 • Beautifully renovated maisonette • Two spacious bedrooms • Kitchen / dining with gloss cabinetry • Large lounge room with gas heating • Bathroom with shower over bath • Single carport • Pets negotiable

Avail 14/01/22

$360 pw 3 1 1 • Three double bedrooms, master with built in robes • Stunning elevated views from north facing living area with cosy slow combustion fire • Spacious open kitchen/ dining area with built in pantry & r/c split system • Tidy wet area, separate shower & bath plus 2 toilets • Single garage • No pets

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$419,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

U2/17 Shepherdson Road, Mt Gambier

3 2 2

$795,000 - $815,000

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

340 Cafpirco Road, Compton

4 2 10

$310,000

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

6 Elder Street, Mt Gambier

3 1 1

Best Offers by 22nd December (Unless sold prior)

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

64 Berkefeld Rd, OB Flat

5 2 2

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Rental

4 HIGGS STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

6/48 LAKE TERRACE WEST, MOUNT GAMBIER

$260 PER WEEK

SOLD

2 1 1

AVAILABLE NOW

Bond $1,040. Sorry, no pets. Two bedrooms with ceiling fans, main with built in robe. Tiled lounge room with gas heater. Kitchen/ dining area with gas cooking. Bathroom with bath. Small enclosed paved rear yard. Single garage under main roof with internal access.

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5 EUSTACE STREET, MT GAMBIER $299,000 - $315,000

3 1 7

COMFORTABLE & CONVENIENTLY LOCATED

This neatly presented & well maintained brick & tile home is situated on a 701m2 allotment and is located within walking distance to the North Gambier Primary and the CBD. Features of the home include 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’s, modern kitchen with gas cooking, breakfast bar & ample cupboard space. You will enjoy the warmth and ambience of the gas log fire in the lounge plus the convenience of a second gas heater in the hallway, the perfect combination for our colder winter months. The bathroom comprises a bath, shower and vanity with a separate toilet situated adjacent the laundry area. External features of the home include a double car carport, a three car garage with cement, power & rear yard access, plus a shed in the rear yard with space for a further 2 cars. The paved outdoor undercover entertaining area is perfect for entertaining family and friends or simply soaking up the sun with a coffee in your private, secure rear yard. With a 50,000 gallon rainwater tank plumbed to the home & 3 x 3,000 litre rainwater tanks for watering the established trees and gardens, water bills could be a thing of the past. This property will not last long in this buoyant market!

We have been busy selling and leasing property and would like to assist you with the sale or management of your property. Call one of our professional & friendly staff members for your honest, no obligation appraisal today!

LEASED

$360 PER WEEK

3 2 2

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED FAMILY HOME

Available 17/12/2021. Bond $2160. Mount Gambier stone home conveniently located within walking distance to the CBD, Marketplace and Primary Schools. Three bedrooms, main with built in robes and ensuite. Generous sized modern kitchen with adjoining dining/sitting area and a separate lounge at the front of the house. Main bathroom with shower, bath and vanity. Gas ducted heating throughout with an additional reverse cycle in the lounge makes for a comfortable home all year round. Rear raised decking out the back door which leads to a low maintenance, fully enclosed yard.

Merry Christmas As another year comes to a close, we want to take a moment to express our deepest gratitude for your support of our business. We look forward to assisting you in the future and send our very best wishes at Christmas. Our office will be closed from Monday 24th December 2021 and will reopen on Tuesday 4th January 2022.

154 JOLLEYS LANE, KONGORONG

SOLD

CONTACT AGENT DAIRY FARM ON 792 ACRES

792 acres

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.

WATER FOR SALE

WATER FOR LEASE

IN THE PT MACDONNELL BLANCHE CENTRAL & CONMURRA MANAGEMENT AREAS

IN THE DONOVANS, MOORAK & GLENBURNIE MANAGEMENT AREAS

Contact our office on 8723 6866

Contact our office on 8723 6866


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RURAL RUNDOWN Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers eased as agents yarded 8,103 lambs and 224 sheep to total a combined 8,327 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality continues to fall away although there were some good fresh lambs with weight and condition, however these are becoming scarce with a large number of lighter types coming forward with dryness in the skin starting to show up. The market sold to improved rates last week with most sales ranging from 830c to 860c/kg cwt. Light lambs to the trade made from mostly $122 to $160 with some strong restocker interest from $118 to $176/head. Medium weighted lambs sold from $185 to $215, ranging from 840c to 860c, with heavy pens making from $235 to the market high of $261/head with these heavier types making from 830c to 850c/kg cwt. Sheep numbers were few as they mainly made from $131 to $178 with a top of $190 and hoggets reached $165/head. Rams returned from $100 to $142/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Overall numbers increased this week as agents yarded 7326 lambs and 4002 sheep to total 11,328 head with lamb numbers remaining steady as more sheep coming forward caused the increase. The usual trade buying field attended along with a number of active restockers where quality continues to dip as more lambs show signs of being dry in the skin and needing the attention of a shearer. Weight and condition across the pens fell away as well while a few good shorn lambs are starting to appear. Pricing was softer this week with lambs easing $5 to $8 as the sheep lost $5 to $10/head. Light lambs to the trade made from $125 to $168 with the restockers sourcing light woolly lambs from $110 to $165 and similar shorn lambs from $106 to $174/head. Medium weighted woolly types returned from $170 to $184 with similar weighted shorn lambs making from $194 to $210/head as most lamb sales were from 800c to 840c/kg cwt. Heavy woolly lambs made from $202 to $235 with similar shorn types returning from $200 to the market high of $237/head. Light sheep returned from $105 to $136 with the medium weights from $135 to $170 as heavy sheep made from mainly $185 to $209/head with most sheep sales ranging from 580c to 620c/kg cwt. Hoggets ranged from $185 to $219 as wethers made from $192 to $220 with the rams returning from $76 to $138/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers lifted in the last market of the year as agents yarded 1324 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with a slightly larger contingent of feeder orders and restockers. Quality dipped on the previous week’s sale with pricing mostly being easier with some sections of the younger types remaining close to firm as cows and vealers were discounted this week. Vealers were small in number with the steers selling to 532c with the heifers making from 525c to also 532c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 584c to 600c with similar heifers making from 385c to 570c/kg. Feeder orders sought steers from mainly 525c to 584c with a top of 600c as the heifer portion made from 550c to 600c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks ranged from 428c to 505c to the processors with feeders operating from 450c to 535c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 410c to 456c with feeder activity from 455c to 505c as manufacturing steers sold from 360c to 380c/kg. Heavy cows ranged from 340c to 370c with the lighter selection making from 300c to 325c with some restocker interest to 360c as bulls returned from 310c to 350c/kg.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS MONDAY Hamilton agents yarded a large yarding of lambs at Hamilton of 39,063 quality ranged from very good to plain with very few heavy lambs and more lambs showing signs of dryness once away from the top end. There was a near full field of buyers but not all fully active and restocking competition continued in a market that started off very subdued to be $10 to $15 softer but has since gathered momentum to be firm to $5 stronger over most categories with the very heavy lambs 24kg to 26kg and over 26kg to be $15 to $20/head stronger. Light 12kg to 16kg new season lambs made from $117 to $172/ head most of these still back to the paddock. Trade lambs 18kg to 22kg made $164 to $210/ head, to average 820c to 880c/ kg cwt. Medium trade lambs 22kg to 26kg made between $182 and $270/head to average 860c to 910c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs over 26kgs made to $293/head.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY At Hamilton agents yarded 18,100 sheep which brings the total offering both sheep and lambs for last week to 119,663 head which surpasses the previous record for a weeks offering by 9663 head. The quality was excellent with all weights and grades available. A near full field of buyers were in attendance and not all fully active, in a market that started softer by $10 to $15 but gained momentum to be $5 to $10/head cheaper in places over most categories. Heavy crossbred ewes made to $215 with the well covered Merino ewes making between $146 and $212/head. Wethers to $220 the average run of Merino mutton to make between 550c and 600c with very good wethers to 650c to 700ck/cwt. Rams terminal sires to $85, Merinos to $150/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE WEDNESDAY Numbers fell by over half as agents yarded 639 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers however not all of these were fully active over the offering. Quality was similar to the previous sale with the market selling from firm to a little easier in price. Vealer steers to the trade made from 540c to 567c with similar heifers making from 490c to 560c/kg. Yearling steers went mainly onto feed from 466c to 575c with heifers also to feed on making from 520c to 570c with some of these yearling heifers attracting trade interest from 438c to 460c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks made from 425c to 460c with the feeders active from 438c to 505c/kg. The trade operated on grown heifers from 418c to 444c with feeder support from 434c to 465c as manufacturing steers ranged from 360c to 381c/kg. Heavy cows made from 355c to 375c as medium types ranged from 320c to 345c and lighter pens made from 280c to 320c/kg. Bulls ranged from 330c to 340c/kg.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY At Hamilton agents yarded a record breaking 62,500 lambs. Quality was similar to the previous Wednesday’s offering being very good to plain types with a large quantity of lambs suitable for the paddock. There was a full field of buyers not all were fully engaged. Restocking activity and competition was still a force on the light weight and new seasons lambs in a market that at times could be best described as erratic. Trade lambs were fully firm however, all lambs destined back to the paddock were generally $10 to $15/head softer early in the sale. However, as the sale progressed they improved to be only slightly softer. New seasons Light weights lambs, 12 to16kg made from $94 to $175/ head returning to the paddock. Trade lambs, 18 to 22kg made from $156 to $223/head averaging 850c to 910c/kg cwt. Medium trade lambs 22 to 26 kg made from $199 to $263/head averaging around 880c to 930/kg cwt. Heavy lambs over 26 kg made to $300/head and Hoggetts sold to a top of $185/head.

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The best of the best Yet another accolade for Penola IGA No strangers to awards, Penola IGA Fresh owners Kerry and Shane McPherson have been inducted into the IGA Hall of Fame. A regular recipient at State and national level since the inception of the IGA Awards of Excellence22 years ago, the hard working couple bought the local story in 1989, moving to its current site in 2008 and that’s when the McPherson’s took retail in Penola to a new level. The Dr. Thomas S. Haggai IGA Hall of Fame recognise the recipient’s outstanding achievements and contribution to the Australian independent retail industry. Metcash Food CEO Scott Marshall paid tribute to Kerry and Shane’s long-standing contribution to the independent retail industry. “They are the heart of their local Penola community, whether that be supporting local up-and-coming suppliers or getting behind local charities and clubs,” the CEO told online news service Convenience & Impulse Retailing. “Adored by their family and locals alike, their legacy is outstanding and a true testament of their passion and dedication to the independent network.” Kerry said it was an incredible honour to be inducted into the IGA Hall of Fame.

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“We have been in the retail industry for over 30 years,” Kerry said. “We love what we do, we’re passionate about our local community and feel fortunate to have been involved in many aspects of it.” The awards create an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the achievements of the stores and the role they play in their local communities. The judging criteria covers a variety of areas, including customer service, community pride, department excellence, brand values,

merchandising and the store’s overall performance. Mr Marshall said it was incredible to see how retailers continue to go above and beyond to provide standout offerings in their local communities in what has been a challenging year. “Local grocers lie at the heart of the communities they work in and these awards are testament to the passion, resilience, hard work and commitment they have in delivering a unique shopping experience for their customers,” he said.

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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 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23

THURSDAY DECEMBER 23

NINE SA

SEVEN SA

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TV FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24

FRIDAY DECEMBER 24

NINE SA

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7MATE

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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


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SBS MOVIES

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$@/FH3:@22A?4H EGG 1:FH @->@BDHFDCEH )C- ,"FBHFDCEH EGG AC4?@DADH)6B7FBH FDCEH EGG (C>H5C<<A?C? DH% %H EGG 87"F?>6BFDH ;GEGG 8<<H%H87"F?>6BFHFDCEH ;;EGG 8 HFDCEH 9@?7AH FD-6FHFDCEH ;;E=G H AD:H36//FBH3FBAFDH FDCEH &C<> A?4H A/F@A?HFDCEH ;0E=G 3>@BAFDH! H9A'FHFDCEH 8 HFDCEH ;E=G 9@?7AH FD-6FH *5 3EH5%<>><>,G 9BB8H 0E=G F:EH #C+H H!B7FBEH3 HH =E=G F:G4EH EGG )C- ,"FBHFDCEH 53 EH5BA/FH3-F?FH E%. ?"FD>A4C>A@?EH'@=?G >G 69BG'A@78B G0>@=;/2G $ G0G-2BHF:G? 4EH % H$@6BDHF:EH *5 3EH#@DH8?4F<FDHH F:G4EH 1:FH @->@BDHFDCE ;0E;G

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

PEACH

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, DECEMBER 27

MONDAY DECEMBER 27

NINE SA

SEVEN SA

WIN SA

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TV TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28

TUESDAY DECEMBER 28

NINE SA

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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, DECEMBER 29

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 29

NINE SA

SEVEN SA

WIN SA

SBS

SBS VICELAND

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TV MONDAY, DECEMBER 31

FRIDAY DECEMBER 31

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Maggie McKinnon wants to make her mark in the world of photography and in July this year she realised she might be on to something when she was shortlisted as a finalist in the animal category for the newly established but prestigious Mono Awards in a field of more than 720 entries from amateur and professional photographers from across Australia and New Zealand. It was a feather in the cap of the Grant High School student, who had already snared the Flinders University STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) photography award earlier this year, and now she has added to her resume with another successful foray into the world of competitive photography - the 2021 Asia Pacific across the globe. Maggie (pictured below) picked up three prizes. Two of her images were honoured in the Under 18 category where she was crowned the winner and took third place (pictured left inset), while her winning image also took out the Under 18 People’s Choice Award. The winning image was of Maggie’s cat (pictured top right) and was just a candid snap taken as her beloved pet. “It is how she always sits just looking out at the sun,” Maggie said and is typical of the work this aspiring photojournalist loves doing. “I prefer taking photos of people and animals because they are expressive – every image is different.” Maggie is committed to capturing the moment and barely touches the image once taken – she doesn’t even know how to use Photoshop, with the background of her most recent winning image the only creative licence taken by the award winning photographer. Her focus on telling a story through an image is endemic in the photography project she tackles at school as her teacher Leah Fox can attest. “For her Year 11 photography schoolwork she created a photobook comprising of 10 local

“...I think one day I just picked up and camera and decided it was something I had a lot of fun with and something that I really enjoyed...” people who wanted to share a story about themselves,” Mrs Fox said. “These were personal and inspiring stories of the individuals and images complemented each story. She certainly has a bright future ahead of her.” And her Research Project for her Year 12 SACE studies is along similar lines with her topic ‘To what extent can a photograph promote change?’. “I am looking at different photos and how they encouraged things to get better, including some really famous images,” Maggie said. All this dovetails perfectly into the plans of this teenager, who is also looking at management studies, including completing a business traineeship at The Mac’s Hotel, as well as focussing on her photojournalism dreams. “I’m really looking for a career in photography and it’s something that I’m working towards in my day to day life,” Maggie said, as she looks to combine her passion for photography with her passion for helping others as she aims for a freelance photojournalism career with a focus on humanitarian issues. “I would really like to see alot of travelling in my future and I feel as though I need to be in a job where I can learn about others, their cultures and how they work day to day,” Maggie said. “I’ve always had an interest in people and I

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character and so full of energy,” Maggie said. “He was busy watching some sheep from the back of the ute when I got to capture the image. The name Pure Focus came from the look on his face. I didn’t really think about it much and if I’m being honest it just came to me.” That name, Pure Focus, is now her brand as she looks to establish a sideline photography business, having already done some family shoots, with her portraiture ambitions closely aligned to her photojournalism vision, but getting Year 12 done and dusted is the priority for 2022. “I like to capture images that do tell as a story and do show expression and I think that is why I do enjoy photography in general,” Maggie said. “I feel it is a story without words and that it’s something people can enjoy just by looking at. They understand someone or something just by looking at an image and elements such as lighting and colour.” JUDGES COMMENTS (on winning entry): “…Beautifully sharp portrait of this handsome feline…” “…The catchlight in the eye and dark background are bang on…” “…Well done on textural elements and lighting of this lovely subject…”


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Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal on track to break record & you can still give Donations to the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal are set to eclipse last year’s fundraising record of just over $40,000, with more than $39,000 received so far this year more than a week out from Christmas. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin is thrilled by the response of local people who have chosen to put those who may be struggling this festive season front of mind. “I have been overwhelmed and gratified by the generosity already shown by our very supportive community,” Mayor martin said. “It really is such a wonderful feeling to know that so many people care to make the lives of others a little better during this special time of year.” All funds raised as part of the appeal are distributed to local support agencies including Uniting Care, ac.care, Lifeline SE, St Vincent de Paul and The Salvation Army to provide food hampers, vouchers and gifts through the Christmas Cheer program. The Mayor and special guest visitor Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC met with local agencies last week to see firsthand how they are managing toy and hamper distribution preparations in the lead up to Christmas. Uniting Care Christmas Appeal Coordinator Jan Stafford said volunteers had been busy wrapping gifts and arranging hampers to be distributed to those who had registered for assistance this festive season. Almostd 100 gifts for childnre were wrapped last week and distribution of those toys and 40 hampers began this week. Five Men’s Shed ‘toy boys’ have been working hard throughout the year to create and paint 150 wooden toys for donation to the appeal once again this year. “All five of us worked a total of about 1560 hours to craft and paint the toys,” Ian Bond said. “This year we’ve got a plane, a hobby horse, a push along penguin, a helicopter, a phone, a sewing machine, a clock and an abacus for our young children.” “The smiles that the toys bring on Christmas Day is the most important thing to us, we love doing it,” Peter Heness said. The Mayor was pleased to receive the toys for distribution as part of the appeal. “These toys make Christmas such a happy day for children in our community that wouldn’t otherwise receive a gift and I am very grateful for the contribution,”

Mayor Martin said. ‘Girls on a Mission’ - a group of young Mount Gambier girls from the age of five to 13 have been fundraising in their neighbourhood during the school holidays throughout the year. The girls sold walnuts, lemons, lemonade, organic eggs from pet chickens and homemade muffins. They also created bracelets, keyrings, stress balls and bookmarks and painted terracotta pots to raise money in the community. “The girls came past my house selling lemonade earlier this year and I was only too pleased to buy some and can attest to the fact that it was delicious,” Mayor Martin said. The girls decided to donate their profits to the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal to help others this Christmas. “We raised $380.65 and decided to give the money to the appeal to provide presents for other children,” Nevae said. “I am so touched that the girls decided to donate to the appeal, it is wonderful that they all gather together to raise funds and have such kind hearts to give back to those less fortunate in the community,” Mayor Martin said. It is not too late to donate to the appeal. All funds raised are distributed within the local area. “I appreciate that it has been a challenging year for many people, therefore if you are able, please support the appeal with whatever donation you can afford.,” Mayor Martin said. “A donation of just $50 can provide a Christmas hamper for an entire family and make a big difference on Christmas Day.” Donations can be made through the following channels: • Call Council on (08)8721 2555 with your credit card details on hand. Council staff can email you a tax invoice. • In person at the City of Mount Gambier customer service counter - Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace. Send a cheque made out to ‘City of Mount Gambier’ PO Box 56 Mount Gambier SA 5290 with advice that the cheque is a donation to the Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. • Tins and a ‘tap and go’ EFTPOS system will also be available at local businesses. GIRLS ON A MISSION: (Above top right) Maggie, Nevae, Esha, Fernley, Freya, Eliza, Chloe, Molly, Matilda and Frankie present their donation of $380.65 for the Mayor’s Christmas appeal to Mayor Martin.

TOY BOYS: (Right) Mount Gambier Men’s Shed members Peter Heness, Peter Halleday, Gary Austin and Ian Bond present the wooden toys they handmade throughout the year to Mayor Martin. HAPPY TO HELP: (Below from left) Timberlink Australia General Manager Mark Eaton presented Mayor Martin with a $2000 cheque for the Mount Gambier Community

Mayor’s Christmas Appeal; Mayor Lynette Martin with St Vincent de Paul’s John d’Souza, Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson AC, ac.care’s Kelly McGuinness and Deanne Swift, Salvation Army Captain Judy Shaw and Bernie Douglas and Uniting Care’s Jan Stafford and Laura Kilsby at Uniting Church; Group Training Employment Chairman Ray Herbert and General Manager

Greg Megaw donated $2,000 in support of the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal & Rotary Club of Mount Gambier president Pat McEwen and treasurer John Buchanan present Mayor Lynette Martin with a cheque to the value of $2500 to support the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal


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Central remain undefeated Saturday afternoon baseball arrived in Millicent to a bumper crowd. The travelling Central side were looking to continue their winning streak and take a zero loss record to the Christmas break. A close contest is how the game started with Central drawing first blood in the second inning and thanks to an Ethan Chuck single to left field. A Jordan Johnston single to centre field equalled the scores in the top of the third innings and the Millicent/Federal side had the home crowd up and about. Central were needing to find a second gear as Millicent/Federals just wouldn’t go away. The summer heat was starting to take its toll on the young Bandits brigade and errors started to creep in, and all of sudden the Central side found its mojo after a double to young gun Alex Ridding to kick start proceedings which was backed up by a double to Jordan Aston and suddenly the score was five to one. Things went from bad to worse for Millicent/Federal and another six runs in the fifth inning saw a nine run lead to the premier team of the comp in Central. Central added another five in the sixth and the game was well gone for the Millicent/Federals boys. Millicent couldn’t add to their total in the bottom of the innings and the umpire had seen enough calling time, giving Central a monster 15 to one victory. Big time performances came from Ethan Chuck (two hits and three RBI’s) and Alex Ridding (two hits and two RBI’s) An undermanned Tigers outfit took on a fired up South Indians who could smell and upset going into the break. Hayden Jones started for Tigers and looked in control on the mound retiring South without an issue in the first. The game turned into a hit fest from there on in and runs were a plenty for both sides. Tigers drew first blood in the bottom of the third inning when Jones scored from second on a play to first base. South struck back in the bottom of the third scoring three to give them some breathing room. Tigers unveiled their fifth rookie in his first game for the year in Division 1 with fourty two year old Phil “Nanu” Clark getting the nod. Tigers scored two in the fourth and the game was all square again at three apiece. That wouldn’t last long though South scoring four more in the sixth made it a seven run to three lead to the Indians. Tigers clawed back another two in the seventh and it was now only a two run lead. A pitching change by both sides saw Placcucci replaced by Dean Hamilton for the Indians and for Tigers, Jones was replaced by coach Karl Ransom. South enjoyed the change and managed to hit another three runs across the plate, burying the Tigers side and claiming a 10 run to five victory. Big performances from South saw Bruce Morale and Jesse Balshaw both with two hits and two RBI’s whilst for Tigers it was Jake England and Matt Thompson with three safe hits each. Baseball will resume after the break on January. RESULTS Division 1 Central 15 (A.Ridding, E.Chuck 2; K.Mclean, N.Meinck, D.Chuck, M.Cutting, S.Shaw) d Millicent/Federal 1 (C.Chittelborough, J.Johnson, E.Cushion); South 10 (B.Morale, J.Balshaw, T.Morale, R.Walter 2; T.Lockwood) d Tigers 5 (J.England, M.Thomson 3; K.Ransom, H.Jones, R.Rolph 2; A.Dumigan, P.Kermond, J.Sims) Division 2 Central 13 (J.Aston 3; B.Lynagh, B.Green 2; J.Aston, L.Kent, D.Scheidl, M.Machardo B.McDonnell) d South 2 (B.Harnager 2; T.Morale, D.Joyce, D.Lewis, D.Cole) Division 3 Millicent 17 (E.Cushion 4; D.Hateley 3; S.woods, S.Wanganeen 2; M.Webber, E.Mutton) d Central Magpies 4 (A.Crouch. A.Ruwoldt, A.Hoath, A.West); Central 10 (S.Kuhl, S.Page, T.Tzioutziouklaris, M Burdon 2; N.Aston) d South 8 (K.Joyce, J.Henke 2; J.Ireland, A,Jordan, K.Rowe, P.Walter) Under 15 South 9 (Plunkett, Page, Clarke) d Millicent 7 (J.Vanderhurst, B.Meek, E.Mutton, A.Mutton); Tigers Black 10 (K.Kermond 2; J.Mee) d Tigers Orange 9 (J.Hillstone) Under 13 Central 13 (H.Gull 2; C.Ruwoldt, A.Maidment) d Federal 3; Central 13 (J.Walkom 3; I.Brierley, J.Lynagh 2; M.Cook) d Federals 5; South 7 (P.Cole, A.Page, D.Allen, L.Ratcliffe) drew with Tigers 7 (S.Marcus 2; T.Dumigan, B.Reicheldt)

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Festive racing program Two big meetings on the horizon at Borderline The Borderline Speedway has the perfect festive season planned for rev heads with jam packed programs on December 28 and January 7. The December 28 program is headlined by the SRA Eureka Garage & Shed Series for sprintcars, which was originally scheduled for November 27 but was put on hold courtesy of COVID. Borderline Speedway president Cary Jennings said the three headline acts for local fans will be the eagerly awaited return of Steven Lines; adopted local James McFadden and Daniel Pestka, who drives the Port MacDonnell owned Stark sprintcar. Lines has always been a crowd favourite at the Borderline and absence has no doubt made the heart grow fonder, with Lines having been rarely spied at a racetrack for the past two years. A regular Borderline supporter, star sprintcar driver McFadden is back in Australia for a short stint to catch up with family in Warrnambool and Mount Gambier – local girl Zoe Douglass is his partner and GT Bobcat owners Gary and Tracy Douglass have been strong supporters of the sport and McFadden, in particular, for many years. McFadden (pictured) has spent the past few months making his mark in the United States and is committed to return but while back in Australia, he has teamed with

Monte Motorsport and has already committed not just to December 28 but also to the January 20 King’s Challenge – the Glenburnie track’s premier event. Pestka has been behind the wheel of the Stark sprintcar for a couple of seasons now and is always in contention for a podium finish, while Matt Egel will also be one to watch, given his form at the reconfigured November 27 meet. Around 40 cars are expected to take part in the sprintcar racing on December 28, which will also see super sedans in action where Victorian number one Mick Nicola will be taking to the track, alongside WA based Lee Aylett, who originally hails from Tasmania and Victoria’s Lucas Roberts, who has been giving super sedan racing a shake up every time he hits the track. All eyes will also be on Hamilton’s Brock Atkins, who graduated from junior racing a couple of years,

driving a modified last year and graduating to super sedans for the 2021/22 season. “It is good to see young junior drivers competing with the big boys,” Jennings said. Street stocks will also be part of the December 28 program, with the modlites also taking to the track, in what will be a dress rehearsal for many drivers for the State Titles being hosted at the Borderline next March. “All in all December 28 looks to be a ripper,” Jennings said. The Borderline chief was also quick to remind fans that the originally scheduled January 8 meeting featuring the South Australian Speedcar Title, wingless sprints and Formula 500, is now on January 7, with the program slightly tweaked to better cater for border requirements with the Simpson Speedway and Warrnambool’s Premier Speedway part of the Triple Crown event.

Bowd stars for Concordes Pre-Christmas catch up round for softball Concordes White inflicted a second straight mercy rule against rivals Wanderers in the catch up round held in perfect conditions at BLSP last weekend. Wanderers hit the scoreboard first after a scorched line drive lead off double to Lily Clifford-Finch, followed by a muffled outfield fly which proved costly for Concordes as two runners crossed the plate on the play. It only served to spark Concordes into action early however, as a lead off hit to Jo Hopgood was followed by consecutive singles to Rachel Bagshaw, Billie Jones and Maddie Bowd, culminating in five runs before the first out was recorded. Concordes put their foot down further and a scorching double to gun hitter Billie Jones saw the 9th and 10th runs cross to complete the mercy innings with still only one out. Concordes then showed their intent with a quick

innings in the field, and heaped more pain on the Wanderers fielders in the hot conditions with a further seven runs in the second. This innings was highlighted by a huge double to the most popular player in the side in Maddie Bowd, who went on to have four hits for the game including three doubles to make her easily the batter of the day for either side despite some great hitting by Jones. Wanderers mounted a challenge in the middle innings with some good batting by Rej Smith and Jo Hart, but they left themselves far too big a mountain to climb, especially against the pitching of Alli Kreplins, who in combination with catcher and brains trust Sam Brown is getting better every week. For Concordes Rachel Bagshaw showed why she is the player to watch with her rocket-like arm at third base, as she racked up

the outs with ease and had two safe hits to go with it. Rej Smith battled hard behind the plate for Wanderers all game and kept Concordes runners honest with her quick thinking, and Leanne Little was ever reliable at third, but they could do little about the hitting of Concordes, who found the gaps all day and ended up recording a comfortable 18-9 victory. RESULTS Concordes White 18 (M Bowd 4; R Bagshaw, B Jones 2; J Hopgood, A Kreplins, S Brown, L Dodd) d Wanderers 9 (Hart 2; L Little, L Clifford-Finch, E Hart, R Smith); Demons 14 (B Morale, C Manning, K Feast, V Radley 2; J Gower) d Warriors White 9 (S Polderman, E Chaplin, C Chaplin, C Bignell 2, J Koop); Wanderers 14 (F FInch, E Hart, R Smith 2; J Hart. L Little, L Clifford-Finch) d Demons 4 (C Manning, V Radley)


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Final 2-4-2 event for 2021

Spring/Summer series winds up in perfect conditions Beautiful early summer weather greeted the Mount Gambier Cycling Club members who had nominated to ride the Christmas race as the final race of the current Spring/Summer Series. There was hardly a cloud in the sky, and a slight easterly wind had the riders excited for a tailwind finish to the racing later on. The race itself was to be held on the Caves Rd course, over a distance of 30km. The U11/13 riders were the first to greet the Commissaire for their 10km race, with Eddie Buckland given a 2:15 minute head start over the chasing Molly Opperman. Both riders took advantage of their small frames to get as aerodynamic as possible on the outward leg, which was into the headwind. Molly ate into the lead that Eddie enjoyed before the turnaround, but with perhaps one eye on the State Junior Track Titles next weekend, chose not to press home her power advantage. Eddie continued to ride strongly on the return leg, powering to the finish line in a time of 21:45. Molly arrived two minutes and 21 seconds later, allowing Eddie to also take fastest time honours by just six seconds. Following the completion of the junior race, it was time for the seniors to step up to the line. Twenty-two riders greeted the Commissaire, including one rider whose introduction to the club was the Crank the Crater event in the previous weekend. The first group to leave consisted of Dave Delaland, Jen Buckland and Jason Buckland, followed four minutes later by Elmer Buckland and Mike Bakker. There was a five minute gap before the group of Paul Brooker, Bruce McLaughlin and Phil Stasiw were allowed to depart on their quest, then just two minutes separated them from Rohan Mason, Spek Peake, Dean

Last week 30 players took part in the 2-4-2 game played over 20 ends in quite warm conditions. The winning team went to Malcolm Wright and John Buhlmann with a score of 33+5. Runners up for the day were Joy Warren and David Taylor with a score of 32+7 just missing out by one end for first place. Other winning teams were, Rob Chambers, Neil Whelan 32+4. Ross Warren, Peter Scanlon 31+. Robert Radley, Derek Bowering 30+8 and Peter Bateman, Aaron Emonson 31+1. 2-4-2 WINNERS: (Above left) Malcolm Wright & John Buhlmann 2-4-2 RUNNERS UP: (Above right) David Taylor & Joy Warren Zeven and John Cranwell. A further two minutes delay ensued until Matthew Opperman (on his CX bike) joined Harry Opperman and Craig Andre in pursuit of the riders ahead. The second last group to leave had a further two minutes to wait, now 15 minutes from the time that the initial racers had left. That group consisted of Ash Herrewyn, Rob Mann, Riley Hill, Patrick Langsmith and Jami Buckley and were followed a further two minutes later by the final pairing of Dave Bryant with Nick Kidman. The slight headwind notwithstanding, the pace was on from the start, and any rider who was unable to keep with their group were going to be faced with a tough solo time trial. Unfortunately for Jami and Patrick, such was their fate as the pace of their group began quite high. Whilst separating from their group at different times, they had managed to catch up to each other and work together for the final 20km. The rest of the riders managed to hold on to their respective groups to the turnaround, but the slight bumps close to the turnaround took the energy out of some of the riders who were unable to keep up with the faster members of their groups. Out in front for 28 of the 30km race, Dave Delaland and Jen Buckland continued to work strongly together but then, as if sensing the presence of riders close by, Dave found another gear and set off towards the finish line as rapidly as possible. His efforts were rewarded as he came over the brow of the hill towards the finish line with a strong margin to the next riders, and celebrated his first victory in a Mount Gambier Cycling club race. Behind him,

Jen Buckland was not so fortunate, caught on the descent to the finish line by Elmer Buckland and Mike Bakker, who crossed the line in second and third respectively. Jen finished in fourth, just ahead of Phil Stasiw and Paul Brooker. They were followed by the group who had managed to hold on to the fastest riders as they came through the field, led by Nick Kidman (pictured below), who was rewarded with fastest time honours, Harry Opperman, Riley Hill, Rob Mann and Dave Bryant. The next group to cross the line were Rohan Mason, Spek Peake, John Cranwell, Dean Zeven and Ash Herrewyn, then Jason Buckland, Bruce McLaughlin, Matthew Opperman, Craig Andrae, Jami Buckley and Patrick Langsmith. Presentations were held back at the clubrooms, where a Christmas morning tea was provided, with family and friends joining the festivities. Dave Delaland was presented with the trophy for winning the Christmas race, with the sponsors of the race also providing prizemoney for the podium placegetters for both junior and senior races. As this race also doubled as the final race of the Kidman Law Co Spring/Summer Series, presentations were also made to the top five finishers in the series, with Elmer Buckland crowned series champion. KIDMAN LAW & CO SPRING SERIES TOP FIVE: Spek Peake, Nick Kidman, doubling as sponsor of the series, Elmer Buckland (winner), Father Christmas, standing in for Matthew Opperman, & John Cranwell.

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Santa bought some joy to the women at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday amid the sunshine after a cool start to the day. A stableford competition produced some excellent scores for several of the 30 players with Division 1’s Cherryl Hill topping the podium with 39 points. Hill with a 24 handicap was able to complete her round without any wipeouts her scorecard showed 6 x 3 pointers, including pars on the 5th and 13th to have 92 off the stick equating to 39 points . Chasing Hill were Lesley McPherson and Lynda Nannings both signing for 37 points creating a countback with the nod going Mcpherson’s way having a better back nine score. With splits of 17/20 including two wipeouts, it was the 7 x 3 pointers that were her saving grace. This was her 1st outing ever in division one now on a 29 handicap and was very delighted with her win. 3rd prize getter, Nannings off a 28 handicap, also making a welcomed return to Division 1, scored on every hole, 98 off the stick, splits of 19/18, pars on the 5th and 16th, 4 x 3 pointers, finishing with 37 points. Division 2 winner Carol Melhuish has been in the winner’s circle of

late and her 38 point win was well clear of the other competitors. Her card showed two wipeouts, a par on the 16th and 5 x 3 pointers, splits of 17/21 and with scores like that she will see a drop in her 38 handicap. Second place-getter Jo Gogan with a 32 handicap had splits of 16/18 including three wipeouts but was able to have 5 x 3 pointers and a massive four points on the par three 16th, finishing with 34 points. Secretary Vivienne Wilson took third prize scoring 32 points with 3 x 3 pointers on her card off a 36 handicap. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot winners on the par three 14th were Fiona Punton (Div 1) and Carol Melhuish (Div 2). Pro-shot winner was Josie Ashby. Birdie winners were Ashby on the 1st and Lyn Gill on the 5th. There were a number of “Ferrett” winners including Gill, Lee-Anne Medhurst, Dianne Allen and Cherryl Hill. CHRISTMAS PODIUM: Division 1 winner Cherryl Hill, runner up Lesley McPherson, third placed Lynda Nannings and Division 2 winner Carol Melhuish, runner up Jo Gogan & third placed Vivienne Wilson

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Twenty-two South East Senior Tennis players travelled to Wattle Range earlier this month and enjoyed a hit of tennis and a sumptuous lunch in the bush in warm conditions. Heather Pitt (far left) won the ladies event from Trish Douglas (far right), while Pete Evans (second from right) took out the men’s event from Alan Schultz (second from left). The next event will be held at Blue Lake Sports Park on January 16 at 11am.


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The grand final of the Millicent Men’s Handicap Pairs was played erlier this month between Malcolm Wright, Sam Schofield and Peter Varcoe and Eddie Hann. Both teams won their way into the grand final after winning four rounds. Peter Varcoe’s team had to give Malcolm Wright’s team a three shot start, with the handicap for players in each team being added up and divided by two to give the overall handicap. Malcolm and Sam started on 10 shots and Peter and Eddie on seven shots. The game was played over

12 ends and by the 4th end Peter and Eddie were four shots up at 14 to 10. At the 8th end the score was 17 to Peter and Eddie with Malcolm and Sam on 16 shots, however on the 11th end Malcom’s team dropped five shots and were not able to recover in the last end giving Peter Varcoe and Eddie Hann the title Handicap Pairs Champion’s for season 2021/22. HANDICAP WINNERS: Peter Varcoe & Eddie Hann HANDICAP RUNNERS UP: Malcolm Wright & Sam Schofield

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1. Club Person of the Year - David Vine 2. Damon Dodds Memorial Award winner Sian Earle 3. Newly inducted lfe member Michelle Clarke 4. Newly inducted lfe member Stephanie Ward (right) with Rachel Calliss 5. Division 1 Men’s Award winners - Brad Hann (Most Improved), Roy Hutchesson (Coach’s Award) & Chris Calliss (Best & Fairest). Absent: Darren Vine (Runner Up) 6. Division 1 Women’s Award winners - Sarah Mutch (Best and Fairest), Dana Jones (Runner Up) & Lily Delaland (Most Improved). Absent: Tayla Wilson-Smith (Coach’s Award) 7. Division 2 Men’s Award winners - Patrick O’Hehir (Best & Fairest) & Rhys Earle (Joint Runner Up). Absent: Angus Widdison (Joint Runner Up) & Ryan Searle (Coach’s Award) 8. Division 2 Women’s Award winners - Jen Peterson (Runner Up), Carly Emerson (Best & Fairest) & Rebecca O’Donohoe (Coach’s Award) 9. Division 3 Men’s Award winners - Eric Delaland (Joint Runner Up), Jeremy Mackenzie (Best & Fairest), Brad Jachmann (Most Improved) & Owain Earle (Joint Runner Up) 10. Division 3 Women Award winners - Erin Munday (Joint Runner Up), Sarah Baird (Joint Runner Up), Sarrah Ryan (Best & Fairest), Holly Bastian (Coach’s Award) & Emma Dyball (Joint Runner Up) 11. Club Life Members Back L-R: Leanne Ballintyne, Daniel Grosse, Marg Doody, Trudy-Anne Doyle, Robyn Mengler, Shane Lewis, Rachel Calliss, Steph Ward, Haydn Dow, Stephen Hockey. Front L-R: Sharon Lewis, Jen Peterson, Shirley White, Barb Butchart. Absent: Chris Childs, Stephen Kain & Michelle Clarke

Touches: Robin Thomas (Scrappers) 3, Dez King (Pluto) Beetles 3, Peter Gregurke (Rotary) 3, Scott Lonergan (Sparkies) 3, George Hobson (Lion Cubs) 3,Paul Bosco (Try Hards) 3, Simon Laslett (Lions Roar) 3, Linda Hamilton (Awesome Foursome) 3. Winners this week: RED DIVISION: Sparkies (Chris Earl, Scott Lonergan, Terry Lonergan, Bob Reilly) defeated Somerset Legends 28+11, Rovers 27+4, Tant Tigers 27+3, Jack Attack 25+6, Bits & Pieces 241 BLUE DIVISION: Awesome Foursome ( Mary Clifford, Linda Hamilton, Derek

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Best golf scores secure Christmas goodies in final outing for 2021 The final event for this year on the Attamurra Wednesday ladies golf calendar was played last week when 36 ladies played a stableford competition. The prizes of two hams and a Christmas pudding, generously sponsored by fellow player Jennette Braun were very big incentives to play well. Pauline Paterson, off a 37 handicap did just that when she commenced her game steadily before wiping on the fifth and seventh holes to finish her front nine for 17 points. Paterson then stepped up a notch on the homeward nine and gathered another 26 points which included two four pointers and three three pointers including a par on the final hole to take home a ham with a top score of 43 points. Di O’Donnell’s very solid round of 41 points including five pars produced a 20/21 split to take home the second prize of a ham. The Christmas pudding went to Anne Headlam with 37 points in third place after a three way countback from Jennette Braun and Lorraine Stratford. Eight ball run down winners needed 35 points or better to

claim a ball while Jan Shanahan won the pro shot on the eighth hole. The prizes for the second shot on the par 3 sixteenth hole in A, B and C grades were won by Kerry Pedlar, Maxine McGregor and Mary Kentish respectively. Twenty three ladies played a stableford competition last Saturday in warm conditions. The strong hitting Leanne Hunt played the homeward nine first and secured 20 points including a par on the par 4 fourteenth hole. At the halfway mark, Hunt kept her composure and parred three of the next five holes on the front nine before finishing with 40 points to finish in first place. Betty McKechnie also played steady golf for an 18/18 split which included two pars on the sixth and sixteenth holes and a par on the testing twelfth hole to finish runner up with 36 points. Ball rundown winners were Marie Douglas, Kerry Pedlar, Bernie Jennings, Chris Morrison, Sharran Waters, Pauline Paterson and Jennifer Van Rijthoven. The pro shot winner on the eighth hole was Jennifer Van Rijthoven while Carol Smith was nearest the pin on the sixteenth hole.

Some coming holiday events include an Orange short course event on Monday, January 3, and an Irish Stableford 4 ball on Australia Day, Wednesday, January 26 January. Tee bookings can be made through the Pro Shop. CHRISTMAS GOODIES: Sponsor Jennette Braun with winner Pauline Paterson, runner up Di O’Donnell & third placegetter Anne Headlam with their Christmas windfall.

Pennant bowls results Mid Week Pennant Millicent Red 40/4 drew with Naracoorte 40/4; Naracoorte RSL 65/8 d Port MacDonnell Blue 28/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 54/8 d Mount Gambier Blue 33/0; Mount Gambier Red 57/8 d Mount Gambeir RSL Blue 29/0; Port MacDonnell Red 59/6 d Millicent Blue 44/2 Ladies Pennant Division One Mount Gambier RSL Blue 47/6 d Naracoorte 44/2; Penola 57/8 d Millicent Blue 43/0; Port MacDonnell 48/6 d Millicent Red 47/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 56/8 d Kingston 38/0 Division Two Naracoorte RSL 43/6 d Mount Gambier 42/2; Beachport Red 83/8 d Millicent 62/0; Beachport Blue 47/8 d Robe 39/0; Penola 55/6 d Port MacDonnell 41/2 Division Three Mount Gambier RSL 69/8 d Penola 31/0; Lucindale 51/8 d Robe 29/0; Naracoorte - BYE Saturday Open Pennant Division One Robe 63/10 d Naracoorte 61/2; Mount Gambier Blue 77/8 d Millicent 73/4; Mount Gambier RSL Red 77/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 49/0; Mount Gambier Red 107/12 d Port MacDonnell 38/0 Division Two Kalangadoo 71/10 d Kingston 54/2; Naracoorte 63/10 d Naracoorte RSL 60/2; Mount Gambier RSL 79/10 d Mount Gambier 59/2; Penola 75/10 d Lucindale 52/2

Division Three Robe 83/12 d Millicent Blue 60/0; Millicent Red 101/12 d Penola 38/0; Port MacDonnell 82/10 d Mount Gambier RSL 61/2; Naracoorte 65/9 d Frances 57/3 Division Four (South) Mount Gambier RSL Blue 91/10 d Millicent Blue 53/2; Mount Gambier Red 80/10 d Millicent Red 55/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 95/10 d Port MacDonnell 51/2; Beachport South 67/10 d Mount Gambier Blue 59/2 Division Four (North) Kalangadoo 88/12 d Penola 46/0; Naracoorte 69/10 d Lucindale 63/2; Kingston Blue 83/12 d Naracoorte RSL 63/0; Beachport North 75/10 d Kingston Red 59/2

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The Mount Gambier Gun Club held its Christmas competition on Saturday in sunny and fine conditions allowing the shooters to obtain some high scores. The opening event was the O’Connor & Graney Livestock Agents 25 Tgt Christmas Double Barrel Championship, this competition was enthusiastically shot as the shooters were after the premium legs of ham as prizes, after shoot offs were held Dougal Simson 72/72 won AA from Gavin Height 71/75 and Max Medhurst 49/50, Greg Kessegian 70/70 Took A from Steve Chambers 70/70 and Peter Winser 27/28, Harry Brown 52/54 just edged out Stuart Bowd 51/54, Daniel Ashby 39/41 to win B and Frank Kentish 23/25 won C from Peter Klieve 24/27, Jordyn Brown 23/27 The Koonara Wines 20 Tgt Side By Side Event was well shot as the competitors were trying to win the premium selected wines as prizes, the competitors had to use the old side by side barrelled shotguns and a few of the shooters attained perfect scores, with a top score of 22/22 Ken Atkin won overall and AA from Andrew Hoare 21/22, Scott Fleming 22/25 took A from Peter Winser 21/25, Daniel Ashby 20/20 won B from Stuart Bowd

18/20 and Reece Fleming 20/25 won C from Peter Klieve19/25.. The Bolton Eye Station 10 Pair Double Rise Championship was up next and this event was again shot enthusiastically as the shooters again were trying to win the premium Hams as prizes, Max Medhurst in fine form 30/30 won AA from Jamie Dunn 29/30 and Ken Atkin 19/20, Greg Kessegian 28/30 won A from Steve chambers 27/30 and scott fleming 17/20, Harry Brown 27/30 just won B from Stuart Bowd 26/30 and Daniel Ashby 17/20, Frank Kentish 17/20 won C from Darren Blok 33/40 and Charles Wallis 29/40. The Club 10 Pair Deauville Doubles with drawn partners was again shot with accuracy resulting with the winning partners of Jamie Dunn and Rob Marcato 14/14 from Max Medhurst and Wayne Evans 13/14 followed by Peter Winser and Stuart Bowd 9/10 The last event was the Annie Oakley where all the shooters line up at the back meterage and as they miss or are shot out ,the resulting winner was Peter Winser. The South East Autotrade Highgun award over the three events was successfully won by Ken Atkin with a great score of 64/65. The 2021 yearly club aggregate was successfully won by Ken Atkin 242/265. The South East Autotrade Yearly Overall Highgun was won with accuracy expertise by Andrew Hoare The next monthly competition will be the Two Day Supershoot being held on January 8 and 9 next year. OVERALL WINNER: (Above) South East Autotrade highgun & yearly club aggregate Ken Atkin MR CONSISTENT: (Left) South East Autotrade Yearly Highgun winner Andrew Hoare

It has been 14 months since OGR retailed its last new Holden from its Jubilee Highway site but the hole left by the exit of the iconic car brand has opened the way for OGR to join forces with another strong family operation - Ironman 4x4. “We have Kia our incredible SUV and mid-size passenger cars that we sell from the site but it just felt empty,” OGR principal Bryce Roberts said. “Some fresh paint and a new power pole out the front of the dealership and things are now really taking shape.” The newest franchise to join the OGR stables is a global player in the automotive industry and was officially unveiled to trades and the public earlier this month. “Not only do they offer an extensive array of off-road accessories to make any 4wdíng adventure one to remember they also offer a full suite of camping and leisure equipment,” Bryce said. “I am proud to say that OGR is now the Ironman Off Road Adventure Specialist for the Limestone Coast.” The synergy is uncanny, with the Owen Gwilym (OG) Roberts establishing what is still a family run operation in 1956 and Gunter Jacob starting his now global business in his Moorabbin backyard in 1958 – with Ironman 4X4 also still in family hands. The new Platinum Store is the first of its kind in the Limestone Coast and really showcases the endless options available to anyone wanting to hit tracks or just do some basic camping - OGR can now supply it all. Andrew Aberley (pictured above with Bryce Roberts) is heading the new Ironman 4x4 Adventure Store, with OGR’s newest local apprentice, Portia Holdmann, also joining the frontline for the new franchise.

“Not only can the OGR Ironman sales team supply you all your equipment but we all so fit out your vehicle on site with our accessory fitters and auto electricians,” Bryce said. “If Ironman have the item you want in stock we can have it fitted up for you within the week. This is really exciting for our customers as there are so many lengthy delays in today’s world which our business model will hopefully overcome.” Just as Bryce is continuing the tradition of his grandfather and father, Ironman 4x4 managing director Tom Jacob is also carrying on a family legacy. When former prisoner of war Gunter Jacob began making leaf springs in the backyard of his Moorabbin family home in 1958 he would not have dreamt that 60 years later his company would become a global 4×4 accessories brand – but that’s exactly what has happened. Ironman 4×4 products are designed in Australia and distributed throughout the world as current owners Tom and Barbara Jacob look to build on his family’s vision. “The values of honesty, customer care and safety are key drivers every day,” said Tom. “Ironman 4×4 stands for something way beyond just running the business.” It is a business that has evolved from its early days as a suspension parts manufacturer to really tapping into the rise in popularity of 4x4 vehicles. It was in 2004 that an explosion in sales of 4x4 vehicles saw the Ironman 4×4 range of products expand quickly to meet the demand of off road users seeking solutions which would allow their vehicles to go off road loaded with accessories such as winches, recovery equipment, protective bars, canopies, lighting and

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69,611kms, auto, 2.7 litres diesel, 7 seats, sat nav, bluetooth, cruise, 17” alloys, climate control, reverse camera. S398CEZ Internet ID: 31509

52,845kms, auto, 2 zone climate control, 17” alloys, cruise, bluetooth, park distance control. S970BBT Internet ID: 31500

ONLY $ 36,990

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ONLY $ 13,990

2016 HYUNDAI ACCENT ACTIVE RB3

2018 HYUNDAI I30 ACTIVE PD

2016 FORD TERRITORY TX SZ

2016 VOLKSWAGEN AMAROK TDI 420 CORE

2017 NISSAN QASHQAI ST J11

42,163kms, bluetooth, air conditioning, power windows. 1JF1XA Internet ID: 31498

36,114kms, auto, sat nav, 16” alloys, air conditioning, reverse camera, cruise, bluetooth. 1PF3FV Internet ID: 31482

89,925kms, auto, 2.7 litres diesel, cruise, 17” alloys, complete service history, sat nav, tow bar, reverse camera, cargo barrier. S815BKS Internet ID: 31363

Auto, 2 litres diesel, 4x4, cruise, bluetooth, 16” alloys, air conditioning. S745BLT. Internet ID: 31242

Sunroof, heated leather seats, sat nav, led headlights, lane assist, 17” alloys, cruise. S568BPK Internet ID: 31485

ONLY $ 18,990

ONLY $ 23,990

WAS $ 25,990 NOW $ 25,490

ONLY $ 35,990

ONLY $ 24,990

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S E AT S 2017 FORD RANGER XLT PX

2019 MAZDA BT-50 XT UR

2017 HYUNDAI SANTA FE ACTIVE DM4

2019 VOLKSWAGEN TIGUAN 132TSI

2017 FORD ESCAPE TITANIUM ZG

63,750kms, auto, 3.2 litres diesel, 4x4 dual range, 2 zone climate control, bull bar, reverse camera, cruise, 17” alloys, tow bar. 1JB7MU Internet ID: 31519

51,500kms, 6sp manual, 3.2 litres diesel, 4x4 dual range, cruise, reverse camera, air conditioning, bluetooth. 1RL9UD Internet ID: 31516

Auto, 2.2 litres diesel, 4x4, cruise, reverse camera, seats 7, 17” alloys, air conditioning, bluetooth. CP85KU Internet ID: 31474

49,996kms, auto, sat nav, cruise, reverse camera, multi zone climate control, 18” alloys, driver fatigue warning, allspace. 1QC2VY Internet ID: 31402

73,710kms, 2 litres diesel, heated leather seats, 2 zone climate control, 19” alloys, reverse camera, cruise, sat nav. 1KW3SI Internet ID: 31446

ONLY $ 50,990

ONLY $ 41,990

ONLY $ 32,990

WAS $ 37,990 NOW $ 37,490

WAS $ 30,990 NOW $ 29,990

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