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Issue 923 - Wednesday, March 16, 2022

SPORT TV GUIDE MOTOR RURAL MY PROPERTY

Entertainment that’s out of this world Fringe Mount Gambier returns to the calendar with a jam packed program SEE INSIDE

Puppy love Local breeder & trainer stars in new TV series It has been ABC TV’s highest rating program thus far in 2022 and South West Victorian kelpie breeder and trainer Joe Spicer was a key part of the national broadcaster’s juggernaut. The four part series Muster Dogs, which aired earlier this year and is still available on iView, was billed as a warm, highly entertaining character-driven series featuring

five graziers from across the nation, each of whom was given a kelpie puppy from the same litter to train up to be a muster dog. Joe Spicer provided that litter – his long standing association with one of the selected graziers Rob Tuncks saw Joe sought out by the series developers and producers and his Go Getta Kelpie Stud was enlisted to provide the five

puppies, as well as Joe providing his own expert commentary to the behind-the-scenes series. The pups were born mid-2020 and the series followed the journey of pups and trainers from July 2020 through to July last year, before debuting on the small screen on January 23 and Joe was happy to be part of Muster Dogs experience. See inside for full story

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Time to help others

Labor candidate in it for the long haul Katherine Davies moved to Mount Gambier from Adelaide in November 2015 for what she planned to be a two year stint to gain some experience and advance her law career. Fast forward six years and she enters this weekend’s South Australian Election as the Labor candidate for the seat of Mount Gambier. Katherine not only found her perfect career fit in Mount Gambier, she met her partner within six months of calling the Blue Lake City home and also got involved with Girl Guides and he isn’t going anywhere – despite the March 19 result. “Whatever happens happens, I have no pre-conceived ideas,” she said. “I will run again in four years regardless of the outcome.” It was only last year that some family free research by her father revealed Katherine maybe had politics in her DNA all along with her paternal grandfather running for Labor in the 70s in Penola. Add that family revelation to the fact that her grandmother Pat Davies was the Mayor of Katherine (and yes that is where her name comes from) and did dip her tow into politics as well. “Her name is on a whole bunch of buildings up there,” Katherine said. Katherine was born and bred in Adelaide, her parents divorced when she was an infant and after completing her schooling at the city based St Aloysius College, she headed, somewhat circuitously, to law school. “I didn’t get into law – I didn’t get the score,” Katherine said. So she embarked on International Studies and then transferred to complete a double degree. At a glance, it looks as if Katherine headed into law as part of a long standing family tradition, with her father and grandmother both part of the legal profession but, the reality, is they were both late to the party. “It was when I was about 10 years old that my dad, who was an engineer, decided he wanted a complete change and started studying law and then his mum thought that looked good and also got involved,” Katherine said. What that involvement did though was give Katherine her first glimpse of helping others.

“It was advocacy work with refugees and I got involved doing some clerical work,” she said. “It was my first taste of the law – I hadn’t even thought about it before then.” Year 10 work experience cemented her future with work experience at a firm working mainly in family and criminal law. “I was listening to family law clients bicker about petty things and that was new to me,” Katherine said. “My parents didn’t involve us in the conflict and so I knew it didn’t need to be like that, there’s a good way to do things.” It saw the, then 16 year old, set4 her sights on a career in family law although her placement in a criminal law firm when she was completing her tertiary studies broadened those horizons. “I was helping people like the people I grew up around,” Katherine said. “They just needed help – so often it is helping people who can’t necessarily help themselves.” And so Katherine has gone down a legal path never really traversed by her father – he is in corporate law. “He doesn’t understand how I do my job but in fairness I don’t really understand how he does his – I failed corporate law at university,” she said. Volunteering at a criminal law firm to gain experience was Katherine’s first gig as a graduate and then came that all important fist job interview. “It was for a law firm in Woodville that handled a lot of Workcover work and as we talked, they asked if I would consider moving to Mount Gambier, which was more family and criminal law,” Katherine said.

She didn’t admit it at the time but she didn’t realise it was a five hour journey from Adelaide and the only time she had been to the city was when friends took a wrong turn on the way to Falls Festival. But in the space of 10 days, she had told a group of girlfriends she could no longer move in with them as planned, had a day trip to Mount Gambier to meet the team, bought a new car that cold actually make the trip from Adelaide to Mount Gambier and then packed up her life and hit the road. Arriving to her new home with no place to stay. That job was with Mahoney’s Lawyers and Katherine remembers how on her first day she basically said ‘hi’ to everyone and then politely left so she could inspect a house and move from the motel to a home. Katherine spent two and a half years with Mahoney’s before taking up the role she was born to fill – working at the Limestone Coast Community Justice Centre. It was in fact Katherine’s move to Mount Gambier and her foray into community justice that first sparked an interest in politics. “When I was in Adelaide politics didn’t affect me – if you struggled to get to see a doctor or specialist, for example, you just drove another 20 minutes down the road and found someone else,” she said. “But seeing how it can be for people struggling to access all those things that people in the city take for granted I decided I wanted to be part of the solution.” Working at the Limestone Coast Community Justice Centre gave Katherine her first taste of bureaucrats but also her first taste of a community at work. “This job has connected me to so many service providers and I have seen how these networks work together to help people – it’s amazing,” Katherine said. “People here have a lot of great ideas that need to be taken further.” It was in 2018 that Katherine started to contemplate stepping into the political landscape and her investigations saw that her values were most closely aligned with the Labor Party and a connection with the State Secretary saw Katherine take the first steps to candidacy and since 2019 she has been mentored by Clare Scriven MLC.

Time to decide Mount Gambier South Australian poll this weekend Three debates, a business networking event and simply pounding the pavement to prosecute their case – the four candidates for the Seat of Mount Gambier are now in your hands as South Australia heads to the polls this Saturday. Lifestyle1 gave each of the four candidates a chance to plead their case to the public once their candidacy was confirmed with the incumbent Troy Bell’s (Issue 908), Liberal candidate Ben Hood (issue 906) and Labor candidate Katherine Davies (this page) profiles looking at not just their platform but behind the politics and the campaign. Family First’s Peter Heaven did not take up the opportunity and was also not part of the three debates but did share his thoughts with the public at the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Mix ‘N’ Mingle last weekend, alongside the rest of the candidates for both the Upper and Lower House. Labor leader Peter Malinauskas has been prominent with a handful of visits to Mount Gambier in the past month or so to announce Limestone Coast focussed policies and while Liberal candidate Ben Hood has found himself in COVID isolation and unable to plead his case in person for the best part of the past two weeks of the campaign, SA Ministers John Gardner and David Basham have both spent time in the region during the campaign. Of course, the last word belongs to the candidates with Lifestyle1 curating their recent public remarks at the community debates to give voters a final snapshot of what they want to achieve for this community. TROY BELL (pictured below) MEMBER FOR MOUNT GAMBIER “…one of my strengths is being able to work with those people regardless of their political persuasion and get the best for our region...” “…hand on my heart – I have not done a deal with anyone…” “…the faith this community has shown me – I will work so bloody hard to repay it…I know what it’s like when life isn’t treating you fairly and I want to be there for other people…” “…I will support whichever party is going to support our community…I will get the best deal I possibly can for this community…”

KATHERINE DAVIES LABOR CANDIDATE “…I’ve decided to stop talking and instead do something about it… health, housing and educational opportunities are top of my list…” “…I want to help as many people as I can and that’s why I do the work I do – I just want to help the people who really need help…” “…I love that Labor supports country cabinet visits so local people can access officials and speak to them directly…” CONT. OPP. PAGE


Forestry & water battleground

Both sides of politics pledge significant commitment to the region’s forestry future If Peter Malinauskas secures victory at this weekend’s South Australian election he has promised to be back in Mount Gambier within 72 hours of his ascension to State Premier. The Labor leader made the pledge at last Thursday’s Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce Mix ‘N’ Mingle with the candidates, FROM OPP. PAGE BEN HOOD (Picturd opp. page) LIBERAL CANDIDATE “…my sole focus is on Mount Gambier – this city, this region is my family’s home and I simply couldn’t imagine being anywhere else...” “...I will be banging a table every single day for Mount Gambier…I won’t stop until this city has the resources…that will be my focus and if I have the privilege of being the Member for Mount Gambier of being the person in the room to make sure we get what we deserve…we must have spending that comes back to the region that reflects what we give to the state…” “…my priorities are health, housing and jobs – we need a strong voice at the table in government to set up a strong future for the next generation…” “…we need to get more investment into this region…we need someone in government banging on the table…need someone reminding them every day that we are here – the second biggest city in the State…” “…individual freedom, reward for effort, small government, equality of opportunity for all – that’s what I strongly believe in…” “…I would be the Member for Mount Gambier first and the Liberal Party second…”

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where he also announced Labor’s forestry and water policies for the Limestone Coast. Fifteen million over 10 years for a new Centre for Excellence focussing on research and innovation; development of a Trees on Farms initiative; two million dollars over three years earmarked for the development of a forestry masterplan, including future skills needs, and a further two million to replace fire towers with upgraded technology underpin the Labor commitment, while a comprehensive, independent review of the 2013 Limestone Coast Water Allocation Plan has also been promised. “A thorough, independent, science based review to make sure we’re getting the most of our resource,” Mr Malinauskas said. The Labor leader referenced respected Liberal Premier Sir Thomas Playford as he pledged to show regional South Australia the respect it deserves. Playford was premier for the best part of three decades and

“...we’re serious about this region – we have amends to make...” Peter Malinauskas (Labor Leader)

“...as South Australia continues its strong economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic the forestry and wood product industries will play a key role in driving growth and creating jobs...” David Basham (SA Minister for Primary Industries & Regional Development) his tenure was highlighted by extensive investment in regional South Australia. “A giant of the State,” Mr Malinauskas said. “He saw the moment and seized that moment and the opportunities he saw. “He understood the power of the regions to deliver. “We have that opportunity right here and now in this election and this region matters. “People in Adelaide think you need us but that’s the wrong way around – we all need you. “There is the most extraordinary economic opportunity this State has ever seen right here in the South East.

“We’re serious about this region – we have amends to make.” South Australian Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham was quick to reference his government’s record on forestry in the region in response to Labor’s announcements. “South Australia’s $2.3 billion forest and wood products sector is an important economic driver for the state, particularly in the Green Triangle region which is one of Australia’s premier softwood timber producing regions,” Minister Basham said. “The Marshall Liberal Government has always recognised this importance which is why we have invested more than $50 million towards the industry since coming to government and delivered on our election commitment to establish the Forest Industry Advisory Council of South Australia (FIACSA). “As South Australia continues its strong economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic the forestry and wood product industries will play a key role in driving growth and creating jobs.” Since 2018, the South Australian Government has invested $500,000 a year into the National Institute for Forest Products Innovation Mount Gambier Centre; invested $500,000

“...the South East is the state’s biggest waterusing region and this new money will support additional groundwater modelling and monitoring work in this high priority area..” David Speirs (SA Minister for Environment & Water) into Trees on Farms and committed $1.1 million to upgrade fire towers and last month Environment and Water Minister David Speirs announced funding for the review and update of the Limestone Coast Water Allocation Plan. “The South East is the state’s biggest water-using region and this new money will support additional groundwater modelling and monitoring work in this high priority area,” Minister Speirs said. “This work will be vital for maintaining local community confidence in future allocation settings under the Lower Limestone Coast WAP − and has the potential to open up new sustainable water use options in the region. “This will build on the government’s recent review of previously scheduled allocation cuts and should see the Limestone Coast WAP reviewed and updated by the Limestone Coast Landscape Board by December 2024 –18 months earlier than originally planned.” March 19 is polling day - check online for your closest polling booth and have your say. www.ecsa.sa.gov.au/ elections/2022-state-election/ polling-booth-finder


Premier social & racing event returns Scott Group of Companies Gold Cup set for April 1 Mount Gambier Racing Club is gearing up to host the Scott Group of Companies Gold Cup on Friday, April 1. The signature racing and social event returns to Allan Scott Glenburnie Racecourse after a two-year hiatus following significant renovations to the track surface. Racing Club general manager Brett Watson said the club is relieved to see the return of racing locally in 2022. “Many in the community and racing industry would be aware that the track has faced a number of issues since the redevelopment in 2018, however after many months of hard work from our track team we’re really pleased to see our signature event return following successful trials and a full program of races held earlier this year,” Mr Watson said. Racegoers can select from general admission tickets, which include access to the Pirate Life Beer Garden, or a fully catered package in the Staf’s Marquee, which includes a three-course

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meal and drinks package. Mount Gambier Racing Club members also have the option to pre-purchase a three-course luncheon in the O’Connor and Graney Function Lounge. While the club is hopeful that COVID-19 restrictions will continue to ease in coming weeks, tickets are currently limited to 1000 patrons in line with the venue’s COVID Safe Plan. “We will be keeping an eye on changes to restrictions and requirements in the hope that we can open up more tickets to enable greater capacity but based on current requirements, we are encouraging everyone to get in quick and secure their tickets so they don’t miss out,” Mr Watson said. “The maximum capacity for events without a COVID Management Plan is 1000 people at present and while we’ve explored the option, the reality is if we were to apply for a management plan it’s likely it wouldn’t be approved until just days out from the event which doesn’t allow us sufficient time to have the infrastructure in place should we get approval so it’s just too risky in this climate. “A management plan enabling more than 1000 people to attend would also require a significant number of COVID marshals and other resources and as a small club with limited staff and volunteers we unfortunately wouldn’t be able to meet the required ratio.” Despite the reduced crowd capacity, a full program of events will complement the club’s most popular event, including a launch party at The Commodore On the Park on Wednesday, March 30,

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“...after many months of hard work from our track team we’re really pleased to see our signature event return...” Brett Watson (Mount Gambier Racing Club general manager) and the traditional Calcutta at the Gambier Hotel on Thursday, March 31, prior to a full eight-race program on the Friday with gates opening at 11:30am. Fashions on the Field will also make a return to Mount Gambier with prizes on offer for best dressed womenswear, best dressed menswear and duo categories. “Even with a slightly smaller crowd, we hope to see the city gripped with racing fever and embracing the week’s festivities just like the good old days, so come along and enjoy a day trackside with entertainment, local food and wine, fashion and of course top quality racing,” Mr Watson said. “Our stakeholders, sponsors, members and supporters have been incredibly patient throughout this challenging time and we can’t thank them enough for their support so we hope the Gold Cup is a great celebration of our return to racing and just the start of better things to come for the club and all involved.” Tickets for the Scott Group of Companies Mount Gambier Gold Cup are now available online and must be purchased via moshtix – visit www.mountgambierracing. com.au Racing SA guidelines require all patrons to provide proof of double vaccination prior to entry.

“...we hope the Gold Cup is a great celebration of our return to racing and just the start of better things to come for the club and all involved...” Brett Watson (Mount Gambier Racing Club general manager) REDEVELOPED TRACK READY FOR RACING: (Top right) Mount Gambier Racing Club enjoying a return to racing after a two year hiatus, including the club’s centrepiece event - the Scott Group of Companies Gold Cup.

FOCUS ON FASHION: (Bottom right) fashions on the Field icon Brianna Scanlon is the reigning Mount Gambier Gold Cup winner after snaring the title at the 2019 event.

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Boandik’s major annual fundraiser is back on the events calendar with the Longest Lunch at The Barn on March 26. The 2022 Longest Lunch Fundraiser promises to be a premium experience of the region’s local produce and wine and will be hosted in The Barn Palais’ gardens with Fringe Festival entertainment.

As a nationally registered nonprofit and charity, all funds raised for Boandik are put back into its operations, meaning every cent spent on ticket sales benefits Boandik’s residents and disability clients. Boandik chief executive Gillian McGinty said the Longest Lunch was a major fundraiser for the registered non-profit and charity.

“...all funds are used for major building projects that are a part of the Boandik Strategic Plan, the focus of which is to continue to meet the needs of the community...” Gillian McGinty (Boandik CEO)

“All funds are used for major building projects that are a part of the Boandik Strategic Plan, the focus of which is to continue to meet the needs of the community,” Mrs McGinty said. “I love that the Longest Lunch is held in the relaxing and picturesque grounds at The Barn, a wonderful setting to enjoy a gourmet meal produced from local produce. “Your enjoyment is guaranteed whilst also contributing to future developments at Boandik.” To purchase your tickets, visit https://bit.ly/3IAQNsd


Teenagers speak out on alcohol use Youth survey looks to gather information to help formulate early intervention strategies The normalisation of alcohol use at a young age among Limestone Coast teenagers has dominated the discussion of Planet Youth survey results, following online community workshops. The pioneering drug and alcohol early intervention model has been expanded across the Limestone Coast with twelve secondary schools and 470 students from across the region participating in the 2021 survey, up from four schools in 2019. Coordinated by Substance Misuse Limestone Coast (SMLC), the two March 3 and 4 sessions were facilitated by experts from Iceland’s Reykjavik University Planet Youth team, taking community leaders and stakeholders through regionalised survey data. SMLC project officer Sophie Bourchier said the data revealed risky levels of at-home alcohol use among the surveyed Year 10 students, with the COVID-19 pandemic playing a major role. “From the statistics, which show that around 40 per cent of those

“...it’s clear that alcohol behaviour begins at home and has become normalised, exacerbated by factors such as the pandemic...” Sophie Bourchier (Substance Misuse Limestone Coast project officer) surveyed are drinking at home, it’s clear that alcohol behaviour begins at home and has become normalised, exacerbated by factors such as the pandemic,” she said. Teenagers who spend less time with their parents, engage less in social and sporting activities and get less than 7 hours sleep a night are more prone to risky substance use, the data revealed. Vaping or e-cigarette use was also popular with around 30 per cent of the region’s teenagers smoking one during their lifetime. Participating students

completed targeted lifestyle questionnaires, with questions about their mental health, substance use, physical activity, family and school experience, internet use and screen time. This year, students were also asked about the impact of Covid-19 on their schooling and general health with anywhere between 40-50 per cent in some council regions revealing an impact on their mental health. There was also positive news, with results also revealing high levels of physical fitness and happiness in some council regions, with numbers of students

participating in organised leisure activities and sports significantly higher than the state average. Ms Bourchier said the statistics were the first step towards decisive community action. “What these do is deliver some insight into the mindset of adolescent substance misuse and the environmental risk factors that may encourage it,” she said. “Planet Youth takes a holistic approach to strengthening key protective factors and reducing risk factors that operate in the local community environment of young people.” Data generated by the surveys proved invaluable and informative to community stakeholders, Ms Bourchier said. “Building strong community networks is key to tackling substance misuse. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to drug and alcohol problems. Every community is individual. The data will be used to inform the development of community-led action on the ground, tailored to the needs of that specific area over both the short and long-term.” The normalisation of at-home alcohol use had emerged as one of the key themes from the

“...what these do is deliver some insight into the mindset of adolescent substance misuse and the environmental risk factors that may encourage it...” Sophie Bourchier (Substance Misuse Limestone Coast project officer)

2019 survey and in response, Ms Bourchier said SMLC had been working with the Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) to advocate for greater resources to educate parents and caregivers on the issue. In January last year, a Planet Youth parenting resource, funded by the ADF and including key recommendations and statistics, was included in the back-to-school packs of 1,500 Limestone Coast students. Alcohol and Drug Foundation (ADF) CEO Dr Erin Lalor said addressing obstacles and instilling new behaviours among young people and their adult influencers typically requires a concerted, ongoing approach. “Achieving a solid change cycle can take several years of sustained effort and COVID-19’s impact over the last two years cannot be underestimated,” she said. “It is important to continue to track trends and to use those to guide community action - which is exactly what Substance Misuse Limestone Coast and Limestone Coast regional workshop participants are doing.” EARLY INTERVENTION STRATEGIES: (Left) Substance Misuse Limestone Coast project officer Sophie Bourchier. PHOTO COURTESY OF KATE HILL.


“This building is more than just a building to us; this will be the heartbeat of our Junior School. The contemporary spaces will inspire creativity and allow students to be more connected, as well as further develop the idea of communities within communities at our college.” With sentiment like that running high, it is no wonder there is so much anticipation around Tenison Woods College’s latest major construction project – the new junior school facility. Head of Junior School Francesca Dickson (pictured right) was behind those opening comments and she can’t wait for the bricks and mortar to be completed ready for the staff and students to create their own educational magic in their new surrounds. “Our students are so excited, watching the junior school building being constructed right in front of their eyes,” Mrs Dickson said. “Each day students see the construction site, noticing the progress and asking many questions about their new Junior School.” The two-storey centre will be occupied by students from Years

1 to 6 from the beginning of next year and will feature 24 general learning studios, allowing for four class streams in each year level, to ensure small class sizes. The contemporary building will see two specially designed creative STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) Maker Spaces on each level. The facility also features breakout areas, teacher preparation spaces, meeting rooms, amenities and outdoor breakout and nature play spaces. The build will complete the MacKillop Junior School Learning Community which encompasses Reception – Year 6. A brand-new reception space was occupied by students and staff at the beginning of last year and boasts a contemporary open plan design, to accentuate teacher and student collaboration and

enhance the importance of community. The Year 1-6 facility is set to have a similar floor plan, with central open learning areas on each floor. Tenison Woods College principal David Mezinec said design and technology, ecology and sustainability as well as innovation and entrepreneurship would feature as foundational experiences for students in the new building. “I am delighted that the building design was a result of thorough research and collaboration within the college community,” Mr Mezinec said. “Staff, students, board members and parents had the opportunity to provide insight and ideas during the planning stages which began in 2019.” The project is being managed by Edge Architects and Mossop Construction and Interiors, who were also responsible for the construction of the Reception building. Craig Williamson, Regional Manager for Mossop Construction and Interiors said Mossops was delighted to

continue its partnership with Tenison Woods College. “We look forward to delivering the project with local sub-contractors at the highest possible quality, ready for occupation in 2023,” he said.

Early stages of the project are underway with civil engineering and earth moving providing plenty of entertainment for Early Years and Junior School children.


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Entertainment that’s out of this world Fringe Mount Gambier returns to the calendar with a jam packed program

Fringe Mount Gambier promises to deliver an experience that is ‘Out of this world’ when it launches on Friday 25 March, starting with a free family-friendly event at the Showgrounds called FRINGELAND. A lineup of live music will grace the main stage featuring Australian queer noise-pop duo Cry Club (pictured on cover), as well as generational favourite Peter Combe, local sensations Chelsea Manor and a Welcome to Country ceremony by Yawuri Penny Bonney. The grounds will come alive with an array of dance and street performers including internationally

renowned acrobatics group A Simple Space, and visual artists Bait Fridge. See the return of Lewis Major who brings his acclaimed dance performance Satori Promenade to Fringeland, and familiar faces with the Big Balloon Girl and Hayley Hoopla. Throw in fire performances, twilight markets, food trucks and bars, and you have everything you’d come to expect from a Fringe festival, right in your backyard and for free. “We know that people really missed the atmosphere of a street party”, said Community

Engagement Manager, Tammy Flier. “But with COVID restrictions still in effect moving the party to the showgrounds in a controlled environment is the next best thing”. Got tickets to another show that night? Then jump aboard one of the free Jupiter Fringe buses that will be looping all night between the Showgrounds and the CBD. There’s plenty to see and do during the nine day festival from March 25 to April 2, with comedy shows, jazz, cabaret and rock. Visit www.fringemountgambier.com. au for full details and ticketing links or follow fringemountgambier on socials.


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Award winning fashion fundraiser returns Stand Like Stone Foundation charity event is the ultimate fashion pop-up It was named the Wattle Range Community Event of the Year in the Riddoch Ward at this year’s Australia Day Awards and it is back on the events calendar for two days at the end of this month. The Fashion Pop-Up fundraiser, which sees money raised poured into the Penola Coonawarra Sub Fund that is part of the Stand Like Stone Foundation and is headed by organisers Amanda Flint and Janet Brodie. It is one of those charity events

that is a win=win for everyone with the community given the opportunity to revamp their wardrobe by buying and selling pre-loved clothing, with part proceeds going to the sub fund, which in turn, finances community projects. Twenty-five per cent of the sellers’ takings go to the Penola Coonawarra Sub Fund, as well as 100 per cent of the sale of some clothing that has been donated. It really is a simple concept with

“...the event is a great platform of sustainability and recycling, as well a gathering fostering community, friendships and fun...” Janet Brodie the Fashion Pop-Up organisers making it as easy as possible for both sellers and buyers. “We provide the racks, hangers and tags for the seller to price the clothing with and they deliver the items to the hall the evening

before the sale and hang the on their rack,” Janet said. The Fashion Pop-Up runs for two days, from 4-9pm on Friday, March 25, and 9am-2pm on Saturday, March 26, and is being housed at the Penola RSL Hall, on the corner of Queen and Young Streets. A fantastic selection of more than 1500 new and pre-loved clothing, shoes and accessories will be on offer at incredible prices so if you love op-shopping or browsing resale boutiques in the city, you will love the treasure that will be on offer at the pop-up. The organisers encourage ladies to get a group of friends together to attend the pop-up. “Bring a carload from Millicent or Mount Gambier and find some fabulous new items for your wardrobe,” janet said. Friday night there will be music, a complimentary glass of wine on arrival and more local wines available to purchase by the glass and the chance of a raffle win is also on the cards

Organiser are also hoping they will be able to tap into the visitors heading to Coonawarra for ‘Grapes of Mirth’ who might stop in for some retail therapy before enjoying their day of laughs and libations. “The event is a great platform of sustainability and recycling, as well a gathering fostering community, friendships and fun,” Janet said. All the funds raised from the fashion pop-up events directly benefit the Penola/Coonawarra Community by way of Stand Like Stone grants and educational scholarships. The grants support projects which support Mental Health, Community Wellbeing, the disadvantaged and the environment. AWARD WINNING EVENT RETURNS: (Above) Fashion Pop-Up organiser Amanda Flint (centre) accepting the Community Event of the Year earlier this year. The fashio Pop-Up returns this year on March 25 & 26.


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Students from across the Glenelg Shire have been inducted as the next wave of youth mental health leaders following the official welcome event for Live4Life. Live4Life Glenelg this week inducted 41 new and ongoing crew members, made up of year 9 and year 10 students from across Casterton, Heywood and Portland, to continue on the initiative’s award-winning success in the south west region. The induction day, held across a full day session at the Portland Golf Club, provided crew members with a hands-on insight into the year ahead, with team building exercises, planning activities and an overview of Live4Life. Live4Life Glenelg Crew Support Worker Maddy McKinna said the new crew members played a critical role in the Live4Life model. “Young people from Years 9 and 10 are given the opportunity to become leaders in their local area, and to advocate for mental health support and education. It is evident that young people want to hear from their peers about mental health, which is why the crew is so vital to Live4Life’s success in the community,” she said. “Throughout the year crew members will gain valuable knowledge and skills to help them feel more confident in their role as Youth Mental Health Ambassadors. They will champion positive mental health promotion, organise events, as well as building their own public speaking and communication skills. “We are so proud of our local Crew here in the Glenelg Shire, and are excited about supporting them to become local leaders and powerful ambassadors for mental health. We look forward to introducing our new crews to the community, with launch events planned for the near future.” The Live4Life model focuses on a whole of community approach to mental health education and suicide prevention in order to build resilient young people and communities. Since its implementation in the Glenelg Shire in 2017 more than 180 young people have participated as crew members and more than 1,600 young people and 250 adults have received mental health training. For more information, visit www.live4life.org.au AWARD WINNING YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM: Students from Casterton Secondary College at the Live4Life induction.

The City of Mount Gambier reopened Elliott Drive to the Centenary Tower car park last Friday following a fire that burned 50 hectares of grass and scrub in the Crater Lakes precinct in Januarythis year. The road is now accessible to traffic and the adjacent 650 metre walking track - the Saddle Climb is open for use following ongoing damage and risk assessments in the area. “This area was not directly affected by the fire. However, the slopes at the top of the Lions lookout 80 metres east of the carpark area was backburned in order to control the fire should it have reached this section, but it did not,” City of Mount Gambier CEO Sarah Philpott said. “The backburn was only conducted on the slopes, so the condition of the walking track and the lookout has not changed after the fire and there is no sign of erosion since the initial risk assessment that was conducted in early February and after about 40mm of rain.” Temporary fencing has been installed along the crossroads track west of the Lions lookout to prevent the public from entering the fire affected areas. “The public is not able to walk up to Centenary Tower or access the Blue Gum walking trails at this point in time,” Ms Philpott said. “These areas have been affected by the fire and backburning efforts and are still deemed dangerous. “There is a risk of falling trees, limbs, debris and landslide/erosion. Further risk assessments and tree assessments will be conducted in this area at a later date. “Please adhere to the barriers as they are there to protect your

safety.” Brownes Lake, the Blue Gum Trail, Centenary Tower, the back section of Carinya Gardens Cemetery, and associated Crater Lakes walking/bike trails connected to these areas remain closed as the assessment process continues. “Following the rain in recent weeks, grass and bracken is starting to regrow and it’s great to see that natural revegetation coming through as it stabilises the soil,” Ms Philpott said. Arborman Tree Solutions Director and Consulting Arborist Marcus Lodge will assess the Blue Gums area with council staff at the end of the month. “The outcome of the assessment will enable us to determine the scope of works required to clean this area up,” Ms Philpott said. “We will also liaise with the Limestone Coast Landscape Board to arrange an audit of the underlying layer of vegetation in the vicinity of the fire affected area to determine what natural habitat should remain. “This will help with future planning and management to ensure we don’t over clear the area while also taking fire safety

into consideration. “Once this has been determined and the area is deemed safe, we can then start to inspect the tracks and trails and work out when we can open them up for public use once again.” In consultation with the Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) and SAPOL the speed limit on Grant Avenue has been returned to 80 kilometres per hour. “Council has been liaising with the MFS regarding the clean up of the roadside fire break along Grant Avenue and expects to undertake this work later this week,” Ms Philpott said. The Crater Lakes fire was first reported at about 2:30am on Tuesday, January 25 after flames were seen near Centenary Tower. It was contained by emergency services on Wednesday, January 26, and the Crater Lakes precinct was returned to the care and control of council the next day. CRATER LAKES ACCESS: (Above top) The mostd up to date map of accessible areas and those still out of bounds as the City of Mount Gambier and other key stakeholders continue to assess safety and environmental factors in reopning the January fireground. SPRINGING BACK TO LIFE: (Above bottom) Grass and bracken is starting to regenerate within the Crater Lakes precinct. INCREASED ACCESS: (Left) Elliott Drive part of the latest areas to be opened up to the public after the January fire.


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supported and have opportunities to learn, meet and connect with other carers as part of a shared focus on providing positive outcomes and opportunities for vulnerable young people to grow and develop safely.” The agency is seeking carers to join the network to provide shortterm, emergency or long-term care or occasional respite care, such as at weekends, for other foster carers. “Country people count on one another to support others in their local community and we hope when people explore all there is at The South East Field Days they also give some consideration to whether the time is right to share rural life with a local young person and approach us for a chat to find out more about foster care,” Ms Salt said. ac.care will host an information stand at The South East Field Days at Yakka Park in Lucindale on March 18 and 19. Anyone interested in finding out more about foster care can also visit accare.org.au or call 1300 ACCARE (1300 222 273) to be connected to their local site. SHARE YOUR HOME WITH A CHILD: ac.care’s Deb Salt and Lisa Fry will be encouraging visitors to The South East Field Days to consider opening their hearts to country children in need of safe homes, positive relationships and opportunities to learn and grow.

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Mount Gambier Library will host a live event with retired Jungian analytical psychologist and former speech pathologist Gillian Clezy this Thursday for the launch of her memoir ‘Switchback, An Inner and Outer Journey’. In her memoir, Gillian explores the beginnings of a long and eventful life. Written in two voices

- one of a child and the other a reflective adult - Switchback begins just before the outbreak of World War II. Gillian travelled to Istanbul on the Orient Express in her mother’s arms and what follows is a series of eventful and dangerous wartime journeys through Palestine, Egypt, South Africa and the North and

South Atlantic Oceans, as the young family tries to flee Turkey and return home. As Hitler and the Axis forces marched towards the middle east, Gillian and her family managed to slip through the German naval blockade of Britain and eventually found themselves back in war-torn England – with air raids and severe rationing. Throughout the unfolding story, Gillian shares many of her intense experiences and reflects on their long-term effects, using her psychologist expertise. “Gillian’s story is a wonderful memoir and will appeal to lovers of family, history, psychological and war-time adventures,” Mount Gambier Library team leader library programs Kristi Brooks said. Born in the UK in 1937, Gillian studied at a specialised college affiliated with University College London. She became well known for her seminal work in educating mothers and caregivers on how to facilitate the spoken language development of children, particularly those with a profound hearing loss. With numerous academic papers to her name, which led to her to working in eight countries, this is Gillian’s first novel. “I’ve always loved writing, but because I was an academic, I’ve written on the more boring things

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Puppy Love It has been ABC TV’s highest rating program thus far in 2022 and South West Victorian kelpie breeder and trainer Joe Spicer was a key part of the national broadcaster’s juggernaut. The four part series Muster Dogs, which aired earlier this year and is still available on iView, was billed as a warm, highly entertaining character-driven series featuring five graziers from across the nation, each of whom was given a kelpie puppy from the same litter to train up to be a muster dog. Joe Spicer provided that litter – his long standing association with one of the selected graziers Rob Tuncks saw Joe sought out by the series developers and producers and his Go Getta Kelpie Stud was enlisted to provide the five puppies, as well as Joe providing his own expert commentary to the behindthe-scenes series. The pups were born mid-2020 and the series followed the journey of pups and trainers from July 2020 through to July last year, before debuting on the small screen on January 23 and Joe was happy to be part of Muster Dogs experience. “Anything that promotes working dogs I love being involved with,” Joe said. “They are not just a tool – they are so much more than that. The series was about showing how big an asset a working dog can be and to be able to showcase that and the fact that all the participants really shone through as being so passionate about the country, about farming and about working dogs made it a great project to be involved with.” Joe has built a solid reputation over years in the industry and that is clearly what saw him head hunted for the Muster Dogs series. “I’ve been doing this (breeding) for a while and have built a reputation for consistency in what I breed,” he said. And given all five puppies were to be sourced from the same litter, knowing they were working with a consistent, quality breeder was always going to be critical to the success of this ABC TV project. “They needed to be quality dogs because they were going to a range of people and there couldn’t be any duds in amongst them,” Joe said. He admits his normal business practice of being meticulous of matching dogs and owners was slightly compromised. “I do think I got it as right as you possibly could,” Joe said, given Go Getta Kelpie Stud now keeps pup one month past weaning so they can better match pups with prospective owners. “It helps us assess if the pup will be suitable for the person’s livestock and the way they move their stock and their personality. We keep working at it until we get it right and obviously

we didn’t have that flexibility with this program.” When Jo talks about the stars of Muster Dogs – the kelpies Annie, Chet, Lucifer, Gossip and Spice - you could be forgiven for thinking he was talking about his children as he ran through their unique personalities, from quiet to challenging. “It was a great experience to be part of and I am really appreciative to have been part of it,” Joe said. “I knew most of the people on the series, except CJ from the Northern Territory.” Sharing the secrets of the working dog industry came naturally for Joe, regardless of the fact there was a camera and sound crew shadowing his every move. “I’ve done a fair few public demonstrations – I’ve been doing that for 20-plus years so I am used to talking about working dogs,” he said. “I must admit they are usually quite interactive and I love interacting with the crowd so it was a little strange just

sitting and being asked questions.” But the bottom line is, Joe loves talking about the breeding, the training and just the value of working dogs on farms across Australia. “I didn’t know at the time how successful it would be or how we would be portrayed but I was happy with the final result,” Joe said. “I was honoured and

humbled to be part of something that has shown the value of working dogs and educated people that don’t usually get to see dogs in action every day on properties around the country. It was such a personal series and about the characters – the people as much as the dogs and I couldn’t be happier.” The show has already garnered an increase in Go Getta Kelpie Stud puppy enquries but Joe will continue to work at the same pace, producing the same quality and same consistency, on which Joe and

the team have built their unparalleled reputation. “If you want a quality dog you just have to wait,” Joe said. The TV series was also a chance for a lot of Joe’s friends and family to see just what he gets up to and the feedback has been positive. “I do think these kind of programs have a positive spin off for the whole farming industry,” he said. “So often when farming is portrayed on television it is the raping and pillaging of the land and animals in feed lots but this is showing the reality of how well cared for animals in the country are and I think it has already really changed people’s perception of how farms operate.” Joe, of course, spends as much time running training schools as he does breeding – the process doesn’t end at handing over the puppy for Go Getta Kelpie Stud – and Joe also tries to get to as many working dog championships and trials as he can.


Vivid Shower Screens • Elegant • Contemporary • Effortless • Quality LOOK OF LUXURY Joe Spicer is a multiple Australian Yard Dog Champion. Not bad for a boy who was Melbourne born and bred and did not really call rural Australia home until well into his 20s. It was a trip to a holiday farm in Bairnsdale as an 11 year old that saw Joe first encounter the kelpie breed – a bond that has never been broken and has eventually become a career. Basically 11 year old Joe rescued a litter of kelpies that had their death warrants signed. “They were going to drown the litter in a bucket and I just cried and cried until we were allowed to take them home,” Joe said. “It was from there I developed a love for the breed.” Joe was able to keep one of the five pup litter but suburban Melbourne was no place for a working dog. Fast forward a few years and Joe’s passion for the kelpie returned as he started to really investigate the breed and its role as a working dog. Weekends were spent at his girlfriend’s family’s farm in Rushworth. Joe was a landscape gardener Monday to Friday, running his own gardening business and used the farm as his weekender. “Eventually I tired of that and decided to have a sea change,” he said. “I got sick of working in Melbourne.” By this time Joe had two kelpies – Mate, the kelpie he rescued, and Spud. “Spud was the life of the party,” Joe said. “Everywhere we went he would do tricks, he was highly intelligent, a really outgoing dog. What sparked my interest in the work side was he was so good.” So Joe made a decision – he wanted to breed kelpies. “I went to the most famous breeders of the time – Elfinvale Stud – and worked for food and board,” he said. And Joe has always tried to learn from the best in the business – South Australia’s Neil McDonald and New South Wales trainer Greg Prince are among his early mentors. It was at this time that Joe started dog trialling. “Obviously when you are a jackaroo you would only get to a few but I gave it a go,” he said. “My first trial I scored 11 out of 100 – it

wasn’t pretty.” Joe admits stepping into the world of kelpie breeding and training was a risk. “But I believe you pick something you love and then take it up as your career,” he said. He believes the fact he comes from the city has given him an unusual edge. “I think I see things from a different perspective,” he said. For Joe, the breeding and training go hand in hand. “It’s all part of the service,” he said. And he is always looking to give back to the industry through free clinics for some of the peak industry bodies. “It’s important to give back.” Joe chooses to do most of his training with the dogs and owners away from their home environment. “When they are away from their comfort zone they learn better,” he said. “You learn a lot from watching other people fail or struggle – it gives you a different perspective about what you are doing right and wrong. People often don’t realise they are making mistakes until they see someone else doing it.” In some ways the industry is like a dating service as Joe and his partner Sharon Barry, look to match the right dog with the right owner. And while Joe concedes not every dog is trainable, he does believe his system is as close to foolproof as it gets. “It is a step by step system that works on a 10 year old dog just as well as it does with a pup,” he said. “It’s about getting the attitude right and it’s also about building confidence.” Matching the dog and owner is crucial because Joe genuinely believes the two need to be on the same wavelength. “That’s something we focus on strongly,” he said. “Rather than commands – we don’t really talk about commands. Don’t talk at your dog, work on listening – it’s about having a conversation, not barking orders.” Joe breeds about 10 litters a year, although he doesn’t see kelpie breeding as a numbers game. “We find that gives us a good amount of time to give to each pup,” he said.

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Free community event with headline act The Beautiful Bogan rescheduled for April 2 Mental health will return to the spotlight on April 2 when the rescheduled Beautiful Bogan event returns to the events calendar after the initial January 22 event fell victim to COVID regulations. Starting conversations and focussing on a community wide response are the foundations of the pivotal free community event. Facilitated by suicide support group StandBy, local coordinator Tracey Wanganeen said the rescheduled April 2 event was all about bringing people together and being inclusive, which is why the event was free. Kicking off at 4pm, the event will start with a truck meet, free sausage sizzle and music by After 5 before the event’s headline act – The Beautiful Bogan - a comedic act with a focus on mental health and wellbeing. “StandBy not only provide support after suicide but work with communities to build resilience and coping and breaking down stigma,” Tracey said. “. The support from two Suicide Prevention Networks – the Mount Gambier & Districts Suicide Prevention Network and Treasuring Life Suicide Prevention Network as well as the Longriders CMC demonstrates the collaboration across the community to come together to provide an event for the community.” The event has also been made possible courtesy of a fundraising effort from the trucking industry,

“...StandBy not only provide support after suicide but work with communities to build resilience and coping and breaking down stigma ...” Tracey Wanganeen (StandBy local coordinator ) through a series of It’s Not Weak to Speak events, spearheaded by local mental health advocates Adam and Julie Smith. Marc Ryan is The Beautiful Bogan and Tracey was keen to tap into his expertise in the mental health space. “Marc uses humour to normalise mental health and wellbeing to encourage people to talk about their struggles and to reach out for support,” she said. “In my role with StandBy I work across all of the Country SA region. I had heard many times about Marc and knew that WellbeingSA had hosted an event on Kangaroo Island after the bushfires and Marc was involved. The Suicide Prevention Networks around the State now number at in excess of 40 and Marc has been invited to support many of their community events. I personally met Marc in Swan Reach at the “Mid-Murray Our Town” launch event where we were both guest speakers. We had a chat, I told him about the funds

“...we all have our struggles...whilst I don’t joke about illness, I believe that my life experience and my battles resonate with a lot of people... I use my humour as a vehicle to get to the vulnerable stuff...” Marc Ryan (The Beautiful Bogan)

that had been donated and the plan began from there to bring him to Mount Gambier.” For Marc, the April 2 event at Casadio Park, is a perfect fit for his comedy act. “The main objective for my trip to the Mount is to normalise the conversation around mental illness - as a community and as individuals we need to reduce stigma around these issues - this is my favourite kind of event to perform at because I love connecting with communities and people,” Marc said. “We need to make it alright for people to reach out for help. I personally have had enough of hearing about people taking their lives. Enough is enough, so let’s have a yarn.” It is Marc’s own mental health battles that spawned The Beautiful Bogan act and his foray into the world of comedy. “I got into stand up comedy because I was in a really dark place in my life, and I engaged with the work counsellor,” he said. “Through that discussion, we talked about when was the last I felt really happy in my soul; it was when I had done a speech at my best friend’s wedding and I made everybody laugh. So I came to the conclusion that I should give stand up a try and 10 years later here we are.” And where we are is enjoying the comedic work of a veteran stand up comedian that looks to package mental health and related issues into a more user friendly format. “I think using humour and talking about mental health is really important because mental illness by nature makes us feel really alone and that we are the only ones going through this and that is just not the truth,” Marc said. “We all have our struggles. Whilst I don’t joke about illness, I believe that my life experience and my battles resonate with a lot of people. I use my humour as a vehicle to get to the vulnerable stuff.” Following Marc’s performance, After 5 will play again so people can stay and socialise. There will also be help seeking information available on the night for people to take home for themselves or others about whom they are concerned. StandBy Support After Suicide is a national, federally funded, free service currently operating across Australia. AnglicareSA now provides the service to the whole of SA Country and Adelaide. StandBy is a suicide bereavement response service that provides a 24-hour coordinated community crisis response to families, friends, workplaces, community groups and anyone who has been bereaved through suicide. The new national 24/7 number is 1300 727 247. Bookings are essential by calling Tracey on 0437 503 520 with names and numbers. The truck meet starts at 4pm, live music from After 5 from 5pm and The Beautiful Bogan is at 8pm.

ACROSS 1) Knocks over, so to speak 5) Genesis tower locale 10) Famous Bear? 14) Hop or jump alternative 15) Really silly 16) In the same place, in footnotes (Abbr.) 17) Four grape things 20) Peter, in Pamplona 21) Voiced bits of speech 22) “___ obliged!” 25) Indian exercise method 26) ‘50s crop spray 29) Rubber cement, e.g. 31) Alcoves 35) Always, poetically 36) Dromedary features 38) Lake, in Scotland 39) Three grape things 43) Black cat, to some 44) Biscuit at teatime 45) Suffix for “arbor” or “ether” 46) Use mouthwash 49) Air polluter 50) Hog heaven, to a hog 51) Litter castoff, often 53) “Do you want to hear a secret?” 55) Nutritional necessity 58) “File not found,” for example 62) Three grape things 65) Brewer’s equipment 66) Doom’s partner 67) Plate scrapings 68) Chinese nanny 69) “Fiddler on the Roof’’ role 70) Aphid, to a fruit tree

DOWN 1) Answer an invitation 2) “The Grapes of Wrath” extra 3) Tough situation 4) Whale type 5) Life story, in brief 6) “Go on” 7) Utters, like a sheep 8) “Have a good time!” 9) Use for support 10) Acme 11) Be adjacent to 12) Cherry or peach seeds 13) TV interruptions 18) Looked high and low for 19) Gift-bearing kings 23) ___-Napoca, Romania 24) Organic component of soil 26) Clear, as a windshield 27) Stuffed beef casing 28) More authentic 30) Grand-scale films 32) Golf course features 33) Brilliant display 34) Coyly 37) Ice cream unit 40) Painful toenail, sometimes 41) “The Dukes of Hazzard” spin-off 42) High-flying elite 47) Sitar, e.g. 48) Pep 52) Book-jacket info 54) Group of Boy Scouts 55) Brit’s baby buggy 56) Santa ___, Calif. 57) “High” time 59) Undercooked, as meat 60) ___ for (picks) 61) Take a breather 62) ___ few rounds (box) 63) Clever remark 64) “Do no harm” org.


MY PROPERTY ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

Beachfront and central luxury accommodation

288 Jubilee Highway West, Suttontown

Apollo Bay

Mount Gambier

Naracoorte

Port Fairy

Gebhardts Real Estate are pleased to offer for sale this unique property which has endless opportunities. Set on approximately 4 acres and Zoned Employment, this spacious brick and tile home is awaiting a family or business to maximise it’s potential. The home offers a light filled kitchen/ dining area and a roomy separate lounge room with cosy slow combustion fire and a formal dining room / 2nd living area. There are three double bedrooms, a single 4th bedroom – all with built in robes, a roomy office which can easily make a 5th bedroom or handy work space with reverse cycle split system, tidy wet areas, separate

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shower, bath and toilet, a generous laundry and a double garage under main roof plus handy store room. The home boasts reverse cycle heating and cooling – perfect to stay comfortable all year round. Outside offers a private yard with established trees and fruit orchard and a brand new bore provides water to the home. The zoning allows the possibility to subdivide or install large shedding – perfect to work from home – subject to planning consent. There is access to the property by a right of way on the western boundary. Offered by way of Auction to be held on the property Friday 8th April 2022 @ 12 noon.

FAST FACTS AGENT Gebhardts Real Estate 2/14 Helen Street, Mt Gambier Ben Jeffrey 0417 810 246 ben@gebhardts.com.au RLA 1903 PRICE AUCTION FRIDAY 8TH APRIL AT 12PM ON THE PROPERTY 4

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Unit 5/9A Shepherdson Road, Mt Gambier

Sarah Barney 0407 714 354

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5 Walter Street, Mt Gambier

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Sarah Barney 0407 714 354

493 Cafpirco Road, Compton

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unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

35 Kennedy Avenue, Mount Gambier

12 Elle Court, Mount Gambier

New

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Nestled behind leafy established trees and located at the end of a sweeping driveway is this solid-brick family home. The home includes 4 bedrooms all with BIRs, with the spacious master bedroom revealing a generous ensuite. Three separate living areas including a substantial games room with built-in bar, s/s air con and open fireplace. The kitchen provides plenty of bench space along with ample cupboard storage and large pantry for easy mealtimes. Outside, the North-facing deck with pergola offers an additional entertaining area and the low-maintenance garden has plenty of open spaces for kids to play. Storage options include a large garden shed and four-bay Colorbond garage with three roller doors and remote access. This home offers so much scope for spacious family living!

Beautifully maintained spacious family home positioned facing north on the high side of quiet cul-de-sac. Open concept living with kitchen as the central hub, offering plenty of cupboards, dishwasher & breakfast bar overlooking generous dining & family rooms. Further is a formal lounge featuring huge north facing corner windows flooding the room with natural light. The master bedroom designed to have a “Spa Retreat” feel with its open concept ensuite & further offering separate enclosed toilet & WI robe. Bedrooms two & three are of queen size & include BIR’s with second bathroom conveniently situated. Sliding doors open out to private under cover patio area surrounded by low maintenance gardens. 4

$499,000-$539,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 265 PELICAN POINT ROAD, PELICAN POINT

RLA 282 450

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5 UMPHERSTON STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER $349,000-$379,000 PLEASE NOTE THAT PRIVATE INSPECTIONS OF THIS PROPERTY WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM TUESDAY 22ND MARCH 2022 OFFERS CAN BE PRESENTED PRIOR TO THIS DATE

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- Looking for a holiday home or a permanent residence - this property provides for all occasions! - Lavish formal main living located at the front of the home offers stunning ocean views with a dramatic vaulted ceiling opening upward via the staircase to the second level living where the views are enhanced with balcony access - Situated on the ground level is the kitchen, dining & formal lounge all Southern facing & capturing ocean views with a third living room central to the home 4 2 3 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

- If you are looking to invest in a central location, this generous home is positioned on a large allotment and can accommodate a large family - Renovated kitchen, large open plan dining/living & pergola/decking area - Large fully enclosed yard, single garage with internal access, rear yard access through the double length carport plus additional 9m x 6m shed 3 2 4 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281

319 GLENELG RIVER RD, YAHL

9 UNGER ST, BLACKFELLOWS CAVES

E.O.I 93 ACRES

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 28TH MARCH 2022 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Offering rich volcanic soil while also being equipped for livestock with recently upgraded cattle yards & paddock fencing - The home offers high ceilings, generous open plan kitchen & dining, separate lounge + additional living space 5 2 20 Al Lamond 0418 849 266 406 CAFPIRCO RD, COMPTON $869,000-$929,000

- Spacious family home with the most amazing outlook over the Compton countryside - Stunning kitchen features soft close drawers, stone bench tops, electric oven, gas cooktop & Frank coffee machine - The 5 acres are fenced into one paddock with beautifully landscaped gardens 4 2 3 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

60 CHURCH ST, PT MACDONNELL

E.O.I

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 25TH OF MARCH 2022 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Beautifully renovated, fully furnished (WIWO) two storey home with sea views - HUGE Lounge/Dining with s/c wood heating plus timber kitchen & outdoor entertaining with sea views 4 1 1 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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68 WYNHAM RD, MOORAK

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 18TH MARCH 2022 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Featuring multiple living areas, spacious kitchen/ dining & 3 bedrooms - Fully enclosed alfresco area with an additional wood fire, BI barbeque & outdoor kitchen - 9m x 6m colorbond shed 3 1 2 Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

$340,000-$370,000

2002/3 LAKE TCE W, MT GAMBIER $315,000-$335,000

29 STURT ST, MT GAMBIER

- Spacious solid family home offering an easy to maintain allotment with great street appeal - 3 bedrooms (all with BIR’s), large open plan central lounge with separate 2nd living room & spacious kitchen/meals area with WI pantry & electric cooking - Currently leased at $285 per week to good tenants until August 2022 3 1 2 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

- Located on the 2nd floor this apartment features an open plan concept living - Well-appointed kitchen with a generous amount of cupboard space & s/s electric cooking facilities - Apartment comes fully furnished with a corporate tenant leased until January 2023 returning $400 per week 3 2 1 Ben Ransom 0400 870 362

18 LASIANDRA CRES, MT GAMBIER

E.O.I

- This solid brick home is set on 29 acres - Offering stunning sweeping views of the surrounding countryside & Centenary Tower - Open plan kitchen & family room with North-facing pergola - Outside features a double garage UMR with a storage room & 19m x 9.5m shed 4

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- Approximately 257m2 fitted out and ready to work as motor mechanical workshop - Approximately 65m2 additional office and lunchroom space complete with kitchenette & toilet facilities - Option to separate out the space and lease to three separate tenants Al Lamond 0418 849 266 COMMERCIAL


RLA 280309

Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 071 180

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Nicole Rutkowski Property Management 8723 6866

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

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$880,000 - $900,000

Open Friday 6pm - 6:45pm

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A unique lifestyle property on an expansive 5000m2 allotment within the city limits. Situated close to Tenison Woods College, multiple sporting facilities and just minutes to the city centre. Opportunities for a variety of living arrangements all under the same roof. Generous open plan kitchen, dining and living area with exceptional breakfast bar, electric cooking, dishwasher, corner pantry and ample cupboard and draw space. Rumpus room located off the dining area is the perfect space for the pool table, musical instruments, toys and books, the ultimate recreational area. Relax and unwind in the parents retreat offering a sizable master bedroom, ensuite, walk in wardrobe, dining and living area and the fifth bedroom / study. Bedrooms two and three are serviced by the main bathroom featuring a bath and shower, a separate vanity area and a separate toilet. The guest room / granny flat / teenagers retreat or studio is another amazing addition to the home, again offering optional living arrangements. This area comprises an ensuite, a sizable living and dining area with reverse cycle air conditioning and a generous sized bedroom. Large entertaining area overlooking the stunning inground saltwater swimming pool, 5 bay garage with two remote roller doors, an extra workshop area, garden shed, 4 x 50,000 Ltr rainwater tanks plumbed to the home, Biocycle waste water treatment plumbed to garden, 16 Assorted fruit trees, 70+ Assorted Rose bushes, established trees and garden beds, automatic gate for back yard access, water systems and auto lawn sprinklers throughout.

176 AVONDALE ROAD, TARPEENA

104 BERTHA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

SOLD

AUCTION

280 ACRES

280 ACRES FARMING LAND

FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION

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DEVELOPMENT/INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY ON BERTHA

The property will be auctioned on Friday 4th March 2022 at the Wandilo Hall 11AM. A rare opportunity exists to purchase 280 acres of Late redgum country, held within the same farming family for decades. The 113.3ha (280 acre) property is located at 176 Avondale Road, Tarpeena and offers over 60 scattered redgum trees, is fenced into 5 main paddocks and is watered by 1 windmill and tank & 1 solar pump and tank. Other features include 2 barb and 5 plain wire fencing in good repair, cattle yards and ramp and 2 unequipped irrigation bores. For more information & an inspection of the property please contact Chris Manser on 0417 414 127.

A rare opportunity to purchase a sizable 2021m2 allotment in a Prime location. Centrally located to the iconic Blue Lake, Reidy Park Primary school, Tenison Woods College, a Kindergarten, childcare centres and just minutes to the heart of the city. The original Mount Gambier stone home offers 3 generous sized bedrooms, Kitchen with gas cooking, separate dining, lounge with gas heating, bathroom with shower, toilet & vanity and a second toilet off the Laundry / sunroom area. This opportunity is rare and this property will not last long!

20 BLACKWOOD STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

11 LAWSON STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

SOLD

$279,000

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IDEAL INVESTMENT OR FIRST HOME OPPORTUNITY

Green Triangle Real Estate are pleased to present for sale 11 Lawson Street, Mount Gambier, the ideal first home or investment property. This neatly presented family home is situated on a sizeable 1091m2 allotment, has been freshly painted throughout with new floor coverings, leaving only a few small jobs for the purchaser to add their own touch. The home comprises 3 good sized bedrooms, Dine in kitchen with gas cooking, spacious lounge with gas heating, bathroom with a shower over the bath, and a separate toilet off the laundry area.

9 BROLGA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

$495,000 - $520,000

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HOME BUSINESS OR INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

1028m2 allotment, situated in an employment zone (previously referred to as commercial / industrial) surrounded by a variety of businesses, just a short walk to shops, deli’s & gyms backing onto Commercial Street West, the main street of Mount Gambier. Here is the opportunity to reside and operate your business from home or the potential for lease income with a home and large shedding on site. Features of the home include Modern, spacious kitchen, separate dining, lounge with wood fire and r/c a/c, bathroom with shower, toilet & vanity, 2 generous sized bedrooms with built in robes, laundry and mudroom with great storage, remarkable enclosed entertaining area with bar, bbq and second toilet. Impressive shedding at the rear of the home, previously run as a sign writing business offers three dedicated offices, two with carpet & r/c a/c leading into the spectacular 13.8 x 9.7 shed / showroom / workshop with cement and power, a garage, small shed & a double car carport.

$295,000 - $315,000 LOW MAINTENANCE LIVING

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Located in the Birdville area on a 663m2 allotment lies the perfect first home or investment property. This inviting brick & tile home offers 3 bedrooms, main and second bedroom with built in wardrobes, updated modern kitchen with gas cooking & dishwasher, lounge with reverse cycle air conditioning for comfort all year round, expansive bathroom with bath, shower, toilet and vanity. Other features of the home include a good sized, fully fenced rear yard, a low maintenance front yard & a single car garage under main roof with internal access.



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Sale

13 Pinehurst Drive, Worrolong 4 Highest & Best by 5pm 25th March (Unless Sold Prior) Open by appointment

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Sale 3 Willawa Street, Mt Gambier $259,000 - $279,000 Open by appointment

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Rental 1/2 Davison Street, Mt Gambier $275 P/W Available: Now

22 Telopea Court, Worrolong $440,000 - $460,000 Open by appointment

2 Fairlie Street, Mt Gambier $385,000 - $395,000 Open by appointment

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8 Lasiandra Crescent, Mt Gambier $375 P/W Available: 04/04/2022

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9 Bengalee Crescent, Mt Gambier $695,000 - $725,000 Open by appointment

7 Kingsley Court, Mt Gambier $449,000 - $479,000 Open by appointment

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100A Commercial Street, Mt Gambier 3 $500 P/W Available: 08/04/2022

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Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Leearna Roberts Sales Executive 0417 919 330

Alistair Coonan Sales Executive 0422 156 363

Sale 15 Shell Drive, Port MacDonnell E.O.I by 8th April (Unless Sold Prior) Open by appointment

Hayley Goodwin Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

Jess Teakle Property Management 0455 826 616

Kate Faint Property Management (08) 8724 7405

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32 Sycamore Road, Glenburnie Expressions of Interest by 12pm 11th March Open by appointment

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Little Pink Fox, Mt Gambier $35,000 + Stock Open by appointment

Business

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The Cutting Crew, Mt Gambier Price on Application Open by appointment

Business

SE Handy Mix, Mt Gambier $380,000 Open by appointment

239 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $999,000 - $1,190,000 Open by appointment

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Simply PT, Mt Gambier $120,000 Open by appointment

Business

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FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier $319,000 Open by appointment

Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405

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Bec Hann Property Management (08) 8724 7405

Business

21 & 23 Blume Terrace, Mt Gambier $139,000 - $149,000 & $149,000 - $159,000 Open by appointment

Land

Property of the week This Is Living.

Sale 41 Umpherston Street, Mt Gambier $269,000 - $289,000 Open by appointment

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

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8 Turnbull Drive, Worrolong. Expressions of Interest by 12pm 22nd April 2022 Open by appointment

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Located close to the Mount Gambier Golf Course, entry is via a concrete driveway leading to a double garage. The kitchen benefits from impressive storage, an electric oven with a gas cooktop and s/steel range, a butler’s pantry, b/bar and a d/washer. The alfresco outdoor entertaining area has a built-in barbeque area, an extractor fan, skylights and a fireplace. At the front of the home, a stepdown theatre offers remote control blinds, built-in cinema screen, a projector and surround sound. The rumpus room offers a bar opening onto the enclosed alfresco area. The master bedroom features a wrap-around WIR and ensuite. All remaining bedrooms offer WIR’s and built-in desks. Extra features include ducted heating/cooling, enormous shedding with three-phase power and six roller doors, immaculate gardens, solar panels and rainwater tanks.


SOLD

12 Kalimna Crescent, Mt Gambier

3 Arthur Street, Penola

SOLD

45 Willow Avenue, Mt Gambier

SOLD

172 O’Neil Road, Worrolong

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

51 Willow Avenue, Mt Gambier

SOLD

3 Mountain Court, Mt Gambier

SOLD

5 Burke Drive, Mt Gambier

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA

1 Ibis Street, Mt Gambier

137 Paradise Road, Wye

SOLD

69 Ascott Way, Suttontown

33 Swallow Drive, Mt Gambier

SOLD

2 Thrush Street, Mt Gambier

SOLD

7 Winfield Court, Mt Gambier

SOLD

24 Wehl Street North, Mt Gambier


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Old Kalangadoo - Penola Road, Moerlong

SOLD

1/17 Emily Street, Millicent

SOLD

61 Kurrajong Street, Mt Gambier

SOLD

SOLD

21 Kitchener Street, Netherby

SOLD

17/54 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier

SOLD

1/45 Shelton Street, Mt Gambier

8 Arthur Street, Tarpeena

SOLD

SOLD

2 & 4 Edward Street, Millicent

SOLD

56 Church Street, Port MacDonnell

malseeds.com.au

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

8 Bay Road, Allendale

SOLD

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1/32 Birdwood Avenue, Mt Gambier

SOLD

2 Crowe Street, Kalangadoo

SOLD



RLA 1903

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

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

6 Power Street

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

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

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288 Jubilee Highway West, Suttontown

Auction Friday 8th April at 12pm On the property

6 Lorikeet Street

4 acres (approx) 4

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$695,000-$750,000 4 2 2 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. Open plan living with added luxuries.

Tucked away in a private setting and residing on approx. 4 acres is this large family home. Open plan living with ducted reverse cycle heating/cooling. Zoned Employment giving you endless opportunities.

247 Mount Percy Road, Compton

NEW

2 Blyth Street

21 acres (approx) 3

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$825,000-$875,000

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Luxurious central family home located in a quiet yet popular area. Expansive living at it’s very best with no expenses spared. Two living areas with open plan kitchen, dining and living at the rear of the home. Three spacious bedrooms, gorgeous master including feature fireplace, WIR and beautifully renovated ensuite. Double garage with drive through access to further detached 2 bay shed.

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1A Winston Terrace

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$350,000-$385,000

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12 Anzac Street

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4/36 Harrald Street

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$260,000-$280,000

$390,000-$425,000

Lot 8 Uphill Street, Kongorong

Gebhardts Property Management

RESIDENTIAL HOUSES & UNITS 1

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$65,000

Located in the quiet township of Kongorong is this flat level allotment approximately 1,200m2. Electricity to the block, fully fenced. Build your dream home (S.T.C.A)

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a| 1,201m2 approx

Situated at the top of the town and just a stone throw from the beautiful Blue Lake. Solid brick home in original condition ready for someone to make their own. Oozing natural light and stunning views over the city.

1/10 Bell Street

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2-4 Atlantic Street

Workshop

$820,000 + GST

A rare opportunity to purchase an established industrial premises. Land size approx. 1,719m2, 30m X 25m approx. high clearance workshop, 3 phase power, mezzanine floor, spacious office area. Popular location – ready to work!

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

12 Anzac Street

12 Lake Terrace West

$475,000 4 2 3 Located in the premier Blue Lake precinct is this beautiful dolomite fronted home. Open plan kitchen and dining opening to rear deck with spectacular views over the city. Master bedroom with ensuite. Split level to second living area.

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Stunning two bedroom home located in the popular lakes location, close to schools and shops. Beautiful timber floors and ducted gas heating throughout. Fresh modern kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher and plenty of storage.

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Continuing to take shape Opening date on hold as project approaches lock up

The Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre project continues to progress at Olympic Park in Mount Gambier despite ongoing delays caused by COVID-19 restrictions. Head contractor BADGE Constructions is managing 100 to 110 people from various trades and services working on site each day to progress the major build. “We have many local businesses on site including VIVID Glass, Gambier Earthmovers, Studform, Bill Legget Fencing, Cameron Lock Surveyors, Adams Scaffolding, DMK Engineering, Correct Safety, Metalworx, Wilson Security, Heemskerk Security, Conroy

landscaping, Williams Cranes, Baxter Hire, I&D Traffic Control and Quickmix,” City of Mount Gambier project sponsor Barbara Cernovskis said. “It’s great that we can involve our local skilled services in this transformational project which will provide the facilities to really change the way we live and interact with each other recreationally in the city when it opens later this year.” The external 50 metre pool structure is being rebuilt and the internal pools including the 25 metre pool, program pool, learn to swim pool and the splash pad are currently under construction within the centre.

The 50 metre pool is now a rebuilt shell and BADGE is currently concreting the ramps and steps. The existing pool base is being cleaned and ready for wet deck installation and tiling. Myrtha will then complete the wall panels and liners. The building continues to take shape in the other internal spaces with wall framing works, wall and ceiling sheeting, painting, wall and floor tiling, aluminium windows and doors and joinery installation. “The expansive courts area is beginning to look quite striking with work on ceiling framing and featured lining, tiered seating and internal aluminium windows and doors,” Ms Cernovskis said. Meanwhile, the external façade features timber, glazing, limestone and cladding. “The outside of the building is really attracting the attention of those who drive by the site for a look,” Ms Cernovskis said. “The cladding, limestone and glazing work beautifully together and it’s going to look fantastic when it’s all finished, “The centre is expected to reach lock up stage by early April at this point.” About 1600 solar panels are currently being installed across the entire roof of the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre (pictured right). The panels

A snapshot of the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre project The Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre is a multipurpose facility designed to be a community space with facilities and activities for all ages and abilities including children, families, youth, community groups, recreational and organised sports and those with special needs. The centre is being built at Olympic Park on Margaret Street, Mount Gambier and will provide substantial year round indoor facilities, addressing many community needs both now and for future generations to come. The Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre will increase the ability for Mount Gambier to host major sporting competitions, conferences, events and performances, providing significant social and economic benefits. This modern facility is designed to be a community hub with a multi-purpose design to complement existing facilities and become a focal point for Mount Gambier’s recreation, community activities and functions. Proposed uses: • Venue for large conference events and performances for more than 1000 people, including breakout and smaller conference / meeting rooms. • Versatile spaces with a stage for live performances, retractable seating, efficient acoustics, projection and IT facilities. • Six regulation size, multi-purpose courts for ball sports such as netball, basketball, indoor soccer, volleyball, badminton, carpet bowls and a range of other recreation and fitness purposes. • Aquatics including a learn to swim pool, children’s water splash/ play area, 25 metre pool and a warm water pool. All facilities will be to regulation size with disability access. • Youth zone, a need that has been identified by Council’s recently completed youth plan. • Amenities associated with the facility include a crèche, café, office space for sporting groups and allied health, storage and a strong focus on disability access. • Fitness spaces located on the first floor along with community and conference rooms and associated amenities. Seating is also provided on the first floor, overlooking the six multi-purpose courts. • The current 50 metre pool (and grass surrounds) will be upgraded. • The exterior features include increased car parking, undercover drop off areas and a paved and landscaped entrance. The project has attracted an unprecedented $25 million in Federal and State Government funding made possible through the Federal and State Government Regional Growth Funds. are expected to generate 700 kilowatts of power per day. “The system is powerful enough to ensure that the centre is selfsufficient when it comes to solar power generation,” Ms Cernovskis said. COVID-19 is impacting the program of works and hindering the procurement of goods. The schedule is being amended and tasks prioritised to address any delays and challenges as they arise. “As we’ve mentioned previously, it is challenging building in a COVID-19 environment. COVID is affecting about 20% of the workforce on a daily basis. It’s predominantly close contact isolation that is having the biggest impact and then actual COVID positive isolation cases,” Ms Cernovskis said. In the coming months work will continue on external cladding, internal wall and floor finishes and the surrounding car park areas. “At this point in time we are

Keith unveils its newly expanded aged care The Stirling Lodge Aged Care expansion at the Keith & District Hospital Inc was officially unveiled last week marking a key milestone for the Keith community. Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the Federal Government committed $2.66 million to help bring this project to fruition along with an allocation of a further eight residential care places. “Significant capital works have been undertaken on-site which has enabled the Keith and District Hospital Inc to expand their service capacity from 18 to 28 residential aged care places on completion.” Mr Pasin said.

“The expansion of the aged care service at Keith will keep the Keith and District Hospital a relevant service in meeting the current and future needs of the community. “The expansion will enable Keith & District Hospital to be more sustainable so that they can continue to provide essential health services to the Keith and surrounding communities. “I congratulate Keith and District Hospital on reaching this milestone and trust current and future residents and indeed the broader community will enjoy the benefits of this magnificent facility.

“With our rapidly ageing population, the Australian Government is committed to providing a sustainable aged care system that meets the needs of our older Australians in their respective communities.” Keith & District Hospital board member, Geoff Davidson, said the Stirling Lodge Aged Care expansion has been a two-stage project. “The $4.5 million expansion has been funded by the generosity

of the Federal Government, the Keith Community and the Keith Hospital,” he said. “The Federal Government grant of $2.66 million dollars was the impetus for the development and the Keith community supported the lead.”

not able to indicate when the centre will open,” Ms Cernovskis said. “We hope to have a better understanding of a firm date in the coming months and we’ll let the community know as soon as we can. “We can’t wait for you to see and experience the centre for yourself and while delays can be frustrating, it will certainly be worth the wait.” Council is in the final stages of negotiating a partnership model contract with an operator for the centre. “The contract is expected to be executed soon and follows an extensive tender process,” Ms Cernovskis said. “Details about the operating model and entry fees will be determined once we announce the operator of the facility.” KEEPING AN EYE ON THE PROJECT: The Community Reference Group (CRG) toured the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre site recently.

The facility will now accommodate 28 residents in 26 new ensuite rooms. “This will be the cornerstone of the new Keith and District Hospital Healthcare Model,” Mr Davidson said. “Capital grants like this are critical to ensuring quality aged care services can be provided to regional, rural and remote locations like Keith. “ AGED CARE UPGRADE: Board Member Geoff Davidson, Member for Barker Tony Pasin & board chair Peter Brookman.


Horoscopes

with Sarah Kulkens

ARIES

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

TAURUS

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

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

GEMINI

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

CANCER

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

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

LEO

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

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

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 2-1-9-6 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-26-34-40-45 Busy time with business matters and financial dealings but your wits must be with you to make the best of everything. Somehow you could become well known in your area and people come to you for advice.

LIBRA

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

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

SCORPIO

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

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday

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

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

CAPRICORN

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

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 1-6-7-8 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 4-15-26-38-9-33 In unattached you could be meeting up with the right person now. Any friendship or relationship could become very strong and change the people involved a lot, for the better mostly.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Fawn Racing Numbers: 8-6-2-4 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-5-33-31 If you have been working hard in the past now is the time to collect. Or there could be a lucky break and you could hit the jackpot. Someone born in the month of May could be instrumental in you gaining something. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

RURAL RUNDOWN Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell away as agents yarded 440 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a smaller field of trade and processor buyers along with some strong feeder orders and a number of active restockers. Quality is falling away on the sales of previous weeks with a very mixed offering coming forward however strong feeder support continues to push the market to dearer rates. Vealer numbers were small with steers reaching 555c and the heifers 570c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made up to 493c with similar heifers making from 426c to 498c/kg. Feeders were operating from 492c to 555c on the steers and from 424c to 520c/kg on the heifers as restockers were active from 500c to 520c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks were a very mixed penning with the trade active from 435c to 471c with feeder support from 470c to 535c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 382c to 491c with feeder support to 518c as manufacturing steers mainly ranged from 300c to 385c/kg. Heavy cows returned from 344c to 390c with the lighter pens to the trade making from 230c to 324c/kg. Feeders were active here from 305c to 349c with restocker support from 340c to 372c/kg. Heavy bulls ranged from 265c to 308c with lighter types reaching 455c/kg.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Numbers almost halved back to 5850 lambs at Hamilton last week. The quality on offer was very good but did fall away very quickly. Not all the regular buyers were in attendance, including one major supermarket. Restockers were active, despite this the market remained firm for trade lambs up to 26kgs with lambs over this weight to $10/head softer. Lambs back to the paddock were firm. Light lambs 12kg to 16ksgs made from $131 to $153/head, most returning to the paddock. Trade lambs 18kg to 22kgs made from $167 to $192/head to make between 830c and 880c/kg cwt. Trade lambs 22kg to 26kgs made from $168 to $220/head, or 780c to 850c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs made to $228/head. Hoggets sold to $186/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Lamb numbers fell a little as sheep fell by over half with agents yarding 3253 lambs and 1138 sheep to total a combined 4381 head overall with a fall of over 2000 on the previous week’s sale. The usual field of trade and processor buyers were present however not all were fully active on a very mixed offering which sold from firm to dearer rates last week. Light store lambs to restockers ranged from mainly $66 to $114 with the heavier pens making from $142 to $166 with a handful of Merino lambs returning to the paddock from $136 to $146/head. Light lambs to the trade made from $132 to $146 with the medium to weighted trade lambs ranging from $146 to $202 with the heavy and extra heavy lots making from mainly $202 to $245 with an isolated sale at $262/head to a butcher. Sales for the trade lambs were mostly from 720c to 780c/kg cwt. More Merino lambs came forward last week with lighter pens making from $142 to $162 with the heavier lots making from $182 to $192/head. Hoggets ranged from $105 to $178 with light crossbreds making from $105 to $130 as light Merinos made from $88 to $118/head. Medium weighted sheep returned from $132 to $162/head with most sales from 540c to 580c/kg cwt. Heavy Merinos made from $158 to $182 as heavy crossbreds ranged from $182 to $201/head.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY Hamilton numbers almost halved back to 3740 sheep last week where the quality was good to plain with all weights and grades on offer. Not all of the regular buyers were in attendance and or fully active. The market that was softer by $10 to $15/head over the medium weighted sheep with the heavy and light sheep remaining firm. Heavy crossbred ewes made to $200/head with the well covered merino ewes making between $122 and $188/head to average 550c to 630c/ kg cwt. Merino wethers sold from $118 to $150 to average between 550 and 630C/kg cwt. Rams, terminal sires sold to $75/ head and Merinos to $162/head and hoggets to $208/head.

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Pathetic... A couple of weeks ago I wrote an article having a grizzle about COVID and the fact that after two years it had finally had a bit of an impact on my life. The gist of what I’d written was how tough it was for poor me having to have a couple of RAT tests. I know, that’s like saying ATM machine but it seems silly just saying I had a RAT. In my opinion, life has a habit of biting me (and probably you) on the butt sometimes. On this occasion, life said to me, “Oh you think a few RATs is a bit of an inconvenience? Let me really show you how tough life can be.” A week ago my partner Donna who had been RAT testing daily due to her work, headed off to her employment after her third consecutive negative test. Later in the day, she was feeling unwell and left work. She decided to do

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the right thing, and get a PCR test to be careful, and sure enough the next morning she tested positive to COVID. And that’s the moment the chocolate soft-serve emoji hit the fan. The first thing one has to do in this circumstance is visit the SA Health website to see what you’re actually meant to do. The next thing to do is to find someone who has a PhD in interpreting government communication to help you figure out what the expectations are. Part of the problem is that there are so many different possibilities, all with different outcomes. The person with COVID has to quarantine for 10 days, so that’s fairly straight forward. A person without COVID has to figure out if they’re a close contact or not. Have they been in a room with the COVID positive person within the last two days for longer than fifteen minutes without a mask on during a day ending in Y while wearing something red? Or something like that. If the verdict is that you’re a close contact you still have options. Can you isolate away from the germy person? If yes, you will need to isolate for seven days, as long as you test negative on day one and six. If no, you will need to isolate for 14 days. And get better than seventy five percent on a test on trigonometry to rejoin the human race. In all honesty, this was a pretty challenging decision. Obviously quarantining for one week shorter is quite attractive, but the tradeoff of cutting ourselves off from the COVID positive member of

the family, my better half and the children’s mother was going to be challenging. We made the decision that we just had to give it a go though. This was where the real trouble started. We have two bathrooms in the house. Donna would need to isolate in the half of the house that included our bedroom, the ensuite and a lounge room. The children and I would need to isolate in the half of the house with the kid’s bedrooms, main bathroom, kitchen, laundry and family room. And the damn kids. We’ll call Donna’s part of the house the relaxing half. We’ll call my half hell. I’ll be honest. At different times over the last two years I’d thought, “a bit of that isolation sounds all right. I wouldn’t mind sitting on my couch for a week or two watching Netflix.” The reality is that isolation wasn’t as good as I expected. For starters did I mention the kids were in my half of the house? Well, in my half of the house were the kids. Two of them. Arguing. Bored. Grizzling. Hungry. Always hungry. Kids. Secondly, all four members of the family had to be provided with food. This was one of the reasons I named this article Pathetic because over the last seven days I’ve worked out how pathetic and inadequate I am as a human being. I have no skills or abilities, because I’ve been lazy. I’ve reasoned that I take care of this, that and the other around the house, so largely left cooking to Donna. So when I suddenly have to prepare meals, I have

absolutely no ability to do anything independently. Me cooking meals involved having to ask Donna what temperature to cook things at, how to actually get the oven to work, and just about every step of the preparation of the meal. Often it would be via Facetime with Donna saying something like, “See that button underneath the circle, press that.” And saying cooking meals might be an exaggeration. There were a couple of days of frozen chips. Apart from potato, there were no vegetables. Sausages were cooked. A potato bake was managed. Pizzas were produced on pre-made bases. A packet based pasta was also produced. But it’s fair to say the food prepared was pretty basic. In the past whenever Donna had indicated that I’d need to prepare a meal, I’d joked about ordering a pizza. Even that was beyond me as I didn’t have the app on my phone, and couldn’t install it as I couldn’t remember my password for installing apps. I had the same issue with any domestic duty I needed to perform. How do I operate the washing machine? The drier? The door to the panic room? I was incapable of anything. All I can say is, it’s lucky that I didn’t live in an ancient culture in the middle of Africa. They would have kicked me out of the village and let the lions eat me. I would have had no value to my community. In some ways it was probably good that I was finding out how much I’ve let myself go now rather

than when it was too late. And did I mention the kids were in my half of the house? Let’s just say it was a pretty long week. I got slightly better as the week progressed, but I still wouldn’t say I was functioning independently. As I indicated at the beginning of this little story, there’s the potential of a little wrinkle at the end of the quarantine. Quarantining for seven days relies on having a PCR test on day six (all going well, receiving the result on day seven). There is the potential to not do a great job of quarantining, pick the COVID bug up some time between the day one and day six test, and then get to enjoy another ten days in quarantine. Which will most likely end in a divorce or something more permanent involving whingeing children. Going back to the title of this article, it also refers to how pathetic I am grizzling about my tough week. My country hasn’t been invaded by a country led by a madman with nuclear missiles and maniacal tendencies. My home hasn’t been flooded. I’m still on the nice clean side of the grass, rather than six feet under on the dirty side. Ninety-five percent of people in the world would trade their lives for mine in a heartbeat (admittedly they haven’t met my kids yet). I’ve got nothing to complain about. If you think I need to stop conforming to gender norms and contribute more around the house, you’re right. Email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

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• Preparation of Income Tax Returns for All Entities. • BAS Preparation & Lodgement. • Business Advice.

AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION

• Bookkeeping & Payroll Services (at competitive rates) • Accounting Software Setup & Training.

Office No.25, The Convent, 20 Penola Road, Mount Gambier Ph: 0400 174 389 E: nick@graneytax.com.au

AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION

ALL TREE LOPPING

AUTO REPAIRS

AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION

BOARDING KENNEL

BOATING

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 Furuno Electronics  Pots, Rope & Floats  International Paint  Boating Safety Gear  Stormy Seas Life Jackets  Wet Weather Gear  Plus all accessories for your boat!

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BLINDS & SECURITY DOORS

• Blinds • Patio Blinds • Ziptracks • Rollershutter • Windows • Security Doors • Home Maintenance

Shane 0429 945 853 sbvinstallations@gmail.com

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BUILDING & RENOVATIONS

LEGGO 'S BRICKLAYING & STONEMASONRY • STONE MASONRY • BRICK WORK • CONCRETING • PAVING

CALL CHRIS LEGGETT FOR A

349 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier

FREE QUOTE 0400 430 297

Ph 08 8726 5200 F 08 8726 5222 E mtgambier@taylormarine.com.au

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• Large range of new & used caravans • Parts & accessories, everything for your caravan • Caravan service & repairs, skilled experienced technicians 250 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier Phone (08) 8725 2826 caravans@donehuesleisure.com.au w w w. d o n e h u e s l e i s u r e . c o m . a u

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2 Brian Smith Drive (off Riddoch Hwy), Mt Gambier DENTURE CLINIC

CARPET CLEANING Mount Gambier & The Limestone Coast

0418 838 523 YOUR LOCAL Floor Cleaning Specialists

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Paul Mt Gambier weekends Pauland andRose Rose Visiting continuing to serve regional SA Call 1800Call 718 0499 450 for an828 appointment 609 12 12 Wehl Wehl Street Street North, North,Mount MountGambier Gambier

40 years

Experienc e in making dentures


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FREIGHT

Pick-Up & Delivery Freight Service Limestone Coast Region Monday to Friday

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The Coastal Express Door to Door Daily Service!

WWW.TALFM.COM.AU 08 8762 0018

Mount Gambier - Millicent - Southend - Beachport - Robe - Kingston

ADELAIDE, MELBOURNE, SOUTH EAST PICK UP SERVICES IN ALL AREAS

0408 838 027

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DONEHUES LEISURE: BUILDING POOLS & RELATIONSHIPS FOR 50 YEARS!

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PLASTERING

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08 8724 0158

PLUMBING

Wall + Ceiling Repair Work ABN 6719 576 4621

Painting Interior/Exterior

Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327

Cornice/Ornamental Insulation CALL NOW ON 0413 728 405

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• Inground & above ground, all shapes & sizes • Service pumps & filters • Chemicals & parts • Free water testing available

• 20 years experience in the security industry

250 Jubilee Highway West, Mount Gambier Phone (08) 8725 2826 robyn@donehuesleisure.com.au

Book your space on 08 8724 7111

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Services we provide: • 24 hour monitoring by grade A1 control room • installation & servicing of home alarm systems • installation & servicing of commercial alarm systems • access control systems • CCTV Contact Dave for a free, no-obligation quote

0423 241 323

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14 Wireless Road East Mount Gambier

1300 248 444 www.civihire.com.au

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Plant and Equipment Hire • Earthmoving • Civil • Agri • Construction


EMPLOYMENT Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327


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Customer Service and Administration We are a fully independent Australian-owned freight forwarder moving various cargoes to all parts of Australia, with a particular focus on exceptional service. Due to recent growth we have a vacancy within our Head Office in Mount Gambier, South Australia, for someone who enjoys the challenge of a fast-paced environment and the opportunity to be part of a close knit team. Reporting to the General Manager, you will be responsible for assisting our Sales and Operations team in providing our clients with excellent customer service. Key responsibilities The role will be varied and dictated by the day-to-day needs of the Business. Tasks can include (although not limited to, the below): • Quoting and booking jobs for clients • Booking shipments via various transport modes • Co-ordinating Road Transport in all locations • Providing excellent Customer Service • Documentation, Administration and Data Entry The successful application will possess the following skills: • Excellent verbal and written communication skills • Sound problem solving skills • Be a valued team member while being responsible and accountable for individual functions • Be able to work under pressure • Good computer skills – experience and knowledge of Office programs preferred The successful candidate will be joining a hard working team environment in a rewarding and dynamic Industry. Applications and resume to michaelj@austcoastal.com.au

Borg is an innovative and progressive multi-disciplined company within the Manufacturing, Engineering, Construction and Building industry. We boast a strong and ever growing team with over 2,000 employees Australia wide. We are currently seeking a qualified and experienced tradesperson for the position of Mechanical Leading Hand to join our Mount Gambier Engineering team. Duties and responsibilities will include: • Oversee planned and breakdown maintenance activities in a methodical manner to ensure malfunctions are corrected and planned preventative maintenance is carried out with a high degree of efficiency • Review and analyse down time and reactive maintenance reports for opportunities to improve plant availability • Facilitate the instruction and specification of tasks • Supervise work of employees / contractors to ensure schedules, safety, quality, efficiency and housekeeping standards are maintained • Liaise with production personnel to coordinate repair work, safety inspections and supply of equipment in accordance with production schedules • Liaison with key stakeholders regarding corrective actions and performance issues • At all times ensure adherence to all company policies (including Work Health and Safety, Environmental and Human Resources), safety standards and good housekeeping practices To be considered for this position you will have: • An appropriate trade qualification • Proven leadership skills • Experience in machine trouble shooting, problem solving and fault finding • Demonstrated experience in pneumatic and hydraulic equipment • The ability to read and understand engineering drawings • Proven ability to work unsupervised or as part of a team

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Based at Mount Gambier Full Time OneFortyOne is looking for a Project Coordinator to join the Jubilee Sawmill. With ongoing upgrades and major capital investment planned for this facility we’re looking for a natural leader and high achiever who wants to advance their skills in project coordination. You will be responsible to coordinate project teams and be the onsite liaison on projects. In this hands-on role you’ll be working alongside contractors, maintenance & production team members. Ideally you will have: • • • •

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Experience in coordinating large scale projects in a manufacturing environment. Ability to manage contractors and support staff on projects to achieve milestones in particular safety and timing. Solve complex problems and recommend solutions. The ability to communicate to manage stakeholder expectations, contractor performance and implement effective quality control. Proven ability in the effective management of safe work practices. Relevant mechanical or electrical trade qualification and/or equivalent experience.

We work in a fast paced and changing work environment, so having the ability to respond promptly, positively, and effectively to new challenges is essential. For more information contact Karen Shanahan in confidence on 08 8721 2732. Applications close 31 March 2022. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Karen Shanahan karen.shanahan@onefortyone.com.

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Concordes United book grand final berth Warriors Blue stay alive in Mount Gambier Softball League premiership race Concordes United booked the first place in the Mount Gambier Softball League grand final with a come from behind win against sister side Concordes White. United won the toss and elected to field, and White put the pressure on immediately, with a Maddy Sutherland single scored when a high fly ball was lost in the sun and a wild throw saw Sutherland steal home. United replied immediately however, with a run of their own thanks to two errors in the field by White, who took a moment to settle in the field behind pitcher Billie Jones. The second innings saw United pitcher Dana Jones get three up three down, including a strike out, however white held firm in the field and successfully navigated the bottom of the line up from United without conceding, with Maddie Bowd at second base taking a great catch off a sky high ball to end the innings. White had a great opportunity in the third, after lead off Hopgood picked a walk and Maddy Sutherland had her second hit of the day to centrefield, with only one out. However Leonie McCallum showed why she earns the big bucks at third, turning a terrific double play to quash the challenge and end the innings. Mackenzie Millard was also having a field day at centre field, catching everything and anything that came her way. In the bottom of the third innings

hit machine Dana Jones yet again got herself on base with a single, bringing Codie Jackway to the plate. Jackway has been hitting a ton in the second half of the season and didn’t disappoint, creaming a triple into the left centre gap that scored Jones all the way from first. Jackway herself then scored from a sloppy piece of fielding by White, to take the lead 3-1 after three. White responded with a two run fourth innings to level things up, after a beautiful safe hit to right field by Maddie Bowd and a shallow hit to centerfield by Alli Kreplins were scored on a sacrifice by Sam Brown and a safe hit by Linda Dodds. Alli Kreplins was brought on to relieve Billie Jones on the mound, and held United scoreless in the second half of the frame, with three catches including a difficult one into the sun at left field by Hopgood, who was kept very busy all day by the hitting of United. All level after for, the game was getting tense, and White broke through first, when another walk to Hopgood and an error saw Maddy Sutherland aboard, and both were scored off a magnificent double to Rachel Bagshaw, which went like a bullet past left field who could only chase it. Billie Jones then scored off a sac fly to Kreplins. Bagshaw tried for home on a United error but they were quick enough to catch her in a trap play for the third out. With a three run lead to defend

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it all went pear shaped for White in the bottom fifth. Two walks and two fielding errors saw United score four without a hit, and the game was getting away from White at a rate of knots when Montanna Millard smacked a double past right field. Jones replaced Kreplins mid innings and immediately stemmed the flow of hits, striking out two and inducing a fly ball from McCallum to end the innings. The damage was done for White though, with United bringing in Montanna Millard to pitch the final two innings. She did not concede a hit over two and United closed out the game comfortably, final margin 10-6. They will go into the final almost unbackable favourites after a dominant second half of the season and a terrific showing to qualify first. White will need to regroup and stay focussed if they are to beat Warriors Blue this week, who will be riding high after a dramatic win against Wanderers. Wanderers won the elusive toss and chose to face the Warriors Blue batting line up in the top of the first innings and the latter were clinical scoring three. Blues catcher Daena Wombwell had a lead off single, moved around by the sacrifice bunt by Jarvo Queale, then scored on a Leyna Bruggemann blooper to right. Smiling Assassin Mel Chuck then stepped up and hit a single up the middle off of Wanderers starting

pitcher Fiona Finch. Finch changed pace and location, putting a high pitch past Kelly Doyle for a strike out. Blues Skylea McLean stepped up and cracked yet another shot up the middle to score Chuck before Finch made the third out. Wanderers put huge pressure on the Warriors battery, flying around the bases with anything in the dirt being taken advantage of by Finch, Rej Smith and Jo Hart. Scoring two in the first but Bruggemann returned fire having taken some pointers from bestie and visiting SA Starz pitcher Jade Peterson, putting up three Ks to shut Wanderers down. Warriors kept the scoreboard pressure going scoring another in the second dig with patient at bats, Wombwelll scored by another Bruggemann blooper that she turned into a double backing up and striking out another three Wanderers hitters. Not deterred, Finch led off the third innings with a single, then scored by Smith, Hart picked a walk, and Leanne Little hit another single up the middle to take her tally to two for the day and the lead 5-4. Warriors got their bats going in the top of the fourth with Bruggemann leading off with a double to right and Bec White creaming a triple to score two runs before stealing home herself. Warriors Kelly Doyle got hit by a pitched ball twice and remained patient picking up another two walks, as did Vicki Taylor who was

Pennant bowls results Mid Week Pennant Preliminary Final - Mount Gambier Red 57/8 d Naracoorte RSL 26/0 Ladies Pennant Grand Final - Port MacDonnell 52/6 d Kingston 43/2 Division Two Grand Final - Penola 49/8 d Mount Gambier 37/0 Division Three Grand Final - Lucindale 43/6 d Robe 38/2 Saturday Open Pennant Division One Grand Final - Mount Gambier RSL Red 64/10 d Mount Gambier Red 60/2 Division Two Grand Final - Kingston 71/8 d Penola 65/4

Last week numbers were down slightly with 33 players going out to play the bowls game of 2-4-2 at the Millicent Bowls Club. Before going out to play president Peter Hyland congratulated Brian Roper, Andre Reinders and David Reichelt on their great achievement of winning the Lower South East Bowls Association Champions of Champions Triples at Naracoorte. The winning team for the day, after completing 20 ends of bowls, was Lorraine Hyland and Iain Campbell with a score of 33+19, coming in second was the team of Derreck Lindh and John Scudds with a score of 33+14. Other winning teams for the day were, Heather Carthew, Neil Whelan 32+18. Peter Bateman, Malcolm Wright 32+16. Jan Buhlmann, Andre Reinders 32+12. Arthur O’Connell, Derek Pietersma 32+10. Garry Wilson, Steve Carnellor 31+6 and Merle Stevens, Frank Cooper 29+2. 2-4-2 WINNERS: Lorraine Hyland & Iain Campbell

busy early at centrefield. One of the catches of the day went to Lily Clifford-Finch, snagging a line drive off of McLean’s bat which was applauded by both sides, as was the laser The Saintly Jasmine Disselbach caught in the fourth, with her face hurting from smiling with pride as a result. Warriors went into the fifth 9-7 up, Wombwell throwing out youngster Maddi Stevens stealing second. White led off for Blues with the second of her three hits for the day, but Rej Smith had taken over pitching duties and got the dig done with none scored. Smith was at it again bringing the margin to one in the sixth care of more aggressive base running and a Hart RBI. Queale made a ripper play having moved into her preferred position at third, showing the crowd her range and arm throwing out Finch with precision. Warriors then managed two runs with Queale walked and later scored by White who ended the day three RBIs. Wanderers went into the bottom of the seventh three runs down. They rallied in the face of two outs, scoring two and getting the Warriors hearts racing. It was Doyle who broke the hearts of her former team, catching a line drive of off Smith to end the game with Warriors 11-10 victors. They will now face Concordes White this week in the preliminary final.

Seaside success for host club Representing the host club, Nigel O’Brien, Robbie Morgan, Jason Pache & skipper Ian (Plum) Werchon (pictured right) took out the Men’s Fours event at the Beachport Bowls Club three day Gourmet Carnival.

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DIVISION 1 LADIES PREMIERS - PORT MACDONNELL - Nallia Lucas, Jennie Tilley, Carol Schmidt, Judith Grosvenor, Heather Richards, Sharon Perryman, Jan Dowdell & Robyn Burley

DIVISION 2 LADIES PREMIERS - PENOLA - Kaye Batt, Gerardine Williams, Sue McShane, Kay Fennell, Marg Rowntree, Heather Lambert, Jean Rogers, Chris Skeer & Gail Hetherington

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Round six table tennis summer season action highlighted by lopsided contests & a rare tie Week 6 of the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Summer season was played out last week, with some decisive results in both divisions. Team Berlin took on Team Athens in the first match of Division 1, Travis Sweet once again showing off his skill and grace to guide his Athens team to a strong victory. The two teams started evenly until a stretch of four Athens victories through the middle section broke their opponents, the victors claiming seven of the last nine rubbers to run away with the match. Robin Pellen was the strongest performer for Berlin, but Athens just had too many even contributors across the board, with Sanith Ghetia and Aaron McPhee supporting Sweet well. Rob Halleday’s classic five-game victory over Harry Childs was a highlight of the night, Halleday fighting back from a 2-1 deficit to overrun his opponent. Team Oslo posted a similarly comfortable 9-5 victory over Team Paris in the other Division 1 contest, Leigh Barry the star performer for the victors while Sirinat Sweet battled hard to keep Paris in the contest. A tense five-game contest between Oslo’s Katrina McPhee and Luke Bremner was the feature of the night, McPhee eventually prevailing with a remarkable 15-13 score in the deciding 5th game. In Division 2, the undefeated Team Rome looked to extend their run against Team Atlanta. Rome’s reliable Ethan Ransom got his team off to the ideal start with a comprehensive victory over Atlanta’s Tracey Escreet, before Andrew Telford evened things up with a win over Rome’s Jacob Ireland. The teams traded rubbers for most of the night, Ireland’s epic fivegame victory over Escreet towards the pointy end of the match one of the highlights. Atlanta’s Lenny Van Der Linde appeared to be cruising through his encounter with Rome’s Angus Billing when he took the first two games and raced to a nine-nil advantage in the third, before Billing gave him an almighty scare, reeling off nine of the next 11 points to fall just short of a remarkable comeback. At the conclusion of the match the two teams walked away believing that they had played in the first tie of the season, locked at seven rubbers and 24 games apiece. Upon a recount by club officials, it was discovered that in fact Team Rome had prevailed by eight rubbers to six, thus maintaining their undefeated status on top of the Division 2 table. In the other Division 2 encounter, Teams Tokyo and Stockholm both played with one player short, Stockholm’s Maddie McGregor facing off against her parents Chris and Heather playing for Team Tokyo. The match could not have started more appropriately, the hotly anticipated clash between father Chris and daughter Maddie did not disappoint. Tokyo’s Chris charged out of the blocks, claiming the first game easily, Maddie made a much better fist of the second however it was the senior who claimed it to take a two-game lead. The younger McGregor found her groove in the third game, take it comfortably and then the fourth to force a deciding fifth. Maddie’s powerful groundstrokes and fast footwork matched the deadly sidespin of her senior adversary. Eventually the guile and experience won out, Chris taking the rubber to give Team Tokyo the start they needed. Unfortunately for team Tokyo, Chris McGregor played a lone hand against an even team performance by Maddie, Chris Turner and Deakin Lofthouse as Stockholm posted a comfortable 8-3 win. 3-rubber winners: • Division 1: Travis Sweet (Athens), Leigh Barry (Oslo) • Division 2: Andrew Telford (Atlanta), Chris McGregor (Tokyo)o)

DIVISION 3 LADIES PREMIERS - LUCINDALE - Alison Williams, Glenda Smith, Marg Qualmann, Ana Sharam, Cheryl Ferguson, Shirley Tregoweth, Eve Rayner & Barb Hunter Photos of the winning Open Pennant and Mid Week Pennant premiers will be featured in next week’s Lifestyle1

Notice is given that the AGM of the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowling Club Inc will be held on

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Tower goes back to back Ian Gould Interhouse Athletics championship decided After winning last year’s Ian Gould Interhouse Athletics competition by one point, Tower again proved too strong for their opponents, claiming the title for a second successive year. Over the course of the competition, on March 3 and 4, participation from all teams was high, with many pushing through the hot and humid conditions on Thursday and braving the wet weather on Friday to achieve personal bests. Tower was successfully led by captains Zeb Chant and Sarah Ritter whilst being well supported by vice Captains Jamie Williamson and Chelsea Owen. The addition of the new Under 13 years age group only added to the success and atmosphere of the carnival, with many of the younger students getting involved in their first taste of a high school athletics carnival. Year 12 student, Hayden Crowe won the Craig Elliott Perpetual Award for the third year in a row. This award recognises the most outstanding individual performance of the carnival. Hayden’s performance in the Open Boys 400m was outstanding, as he claimed the new record in this event in very wet conditions. The previous mark of 52.60s was held by John Shepherdson and had stood since 1969. Hayden set a new time of 51.59s. Other records to fall during the carnival were: • Lara Wilson (16 Year Girls Discus): old record 25.72m; new record 27.35m. • Cooper Harris (13 Year Boys Long Jump): old record 4.36m; new record 4.43m. Mount Gambier High School will host the 77th Annual South East Zone Athletics Carnival on March 23, with a team also headed to the SSSA Athletics Carnival in Adelaide three weeks later if COVID restrictions are lifted. Mount Gambier High School special sports coordinator Kerran

Wingard said the ability of students to adapt to the conditions over the two days was exceptional. “It was great to see the new year 7 and 8 students get involved in the carnival,” he said. “Their enjoyment was evident in the number of smiling faces across the two days. “The Mount Gambier High School staff, particularly the grounds staff, were amazing and extremely professional in their roles. They all went above and beyond to ensure we had a successful carnival.” BACK TO BACK VICTORY: (Above top) Tower vice captain Chelsea Owen, captain Zeb Chant, captain Sarah Ritter & vice captain Jamie Williamson.

LEADING THE PACK: (Above bottom) Hayden Crowe on his way to the Open Boys 200m title at the 2022 Ian Gould Interhouse Athletics competition held earlier this month. 1. Craig Elliott Perpetual Trophy Hayden Crowe 2. Under 13 age group winners Sam Baron & Lara Murdoch 3. Under 14 age group winners - Sebastian Ricketts & Monique Doyle 4. Under 15 age group winners Aaron Dally & Lily Gordon 5. Under 16 age group winners Zeb Chant & Lara Wilson 6. Open age group winners Jack O’Connor & Alice Tentye

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Getting more females into golf The Mount Gambier Golf Club ladies held an Opening Day last Wednesday when 59 ladies including members and some who have recently been under instruction of Helen Gregory and Kerry Pedlar, participated in a 9 hole or 18 hole Ambrose competition. With the emphasis on fun, teams of three or four players ventured out on the manicured fairways and greens to test their skills. ‘Get Into Golf’ for lady players is an initiative of Golf Australia and community instructor Kerry Pedlar has been working with a group of ladies over a five week period. “The ladies have really learnt the basics well over a short period and it was a great chance for them to participate in a fun competition and they thoroughly enjoyed themselves,” Kerry said. Anyone interested in taking up golf, another four week training period run by Pedlar will commence in May and enquiries can be made to the Mount Gambier Golf Club on (08)8725 7739. The nine hole Ambrose winning team included president Mary Kentish, Chris Lawrence, Leone McDonough and Chris Ciavatta with a score of 19-1/4 nett. Runners up were Sue McPherson, Helen Gregory, Debbie Burston and Jill Gilmore with nett 23-1/2 nett. The eighteen hole Ambrose winning team included Kerry Pedlar, Pauline Paterson, Trudi Johnson and Sue Szorpory with nett 55-7/8 nett while current members Jennifer Van Rijthoven, Di O’Donnell and Libby Furner were runners up with 62-1/8 nett. Golfer and Non Golfer prizes were presented for nearest the pin on the 8th hole and respective winners were Sue McPherson and Robyn Williams. The straightest drive on the 3rd hole was won by Helen Heaver in the golfer category while Trudi Johnson took the prize for the non golfer. Presentations, raffles and a delicious afternoon tea concluded a very successful and enjoyable day. Perfect conditions prevailed on Saturday when 20 ladies played a stableford competition. Heather Barry and Lois Harvey were in the same group and both players played consistently throughout the round, both scoring one under their handicap. Despite having a 18/19 and 19/18 split respectively, a strong finish on the homeward nine assisted Barry with her 37 points to claim the winning voucher from Harvey on a countback. The pro shot on the 8th hole was won by Carol Davis while the nearest the pin on the 16th hole was awarded to Camilla Knowles. Ball rundown winners were Hope Bliss, Camilla Knowles, Lorraine Stratford, Janina Morrison, Yvonne Shirley and Carol Davis. OPENING DAY WINNING TEAMS: (Back from left) Trudi Johnson, Kerry Pedlar, Leone McDonough & Mary Kentish and (front from left) Sue Szorpory, Pauline Paterson, Chris Ciavatta & Chris Lawrence.

Central continues to dominate Tigers took on Central to see the home and away season come to a close and both teams now prepare for a finals campaign. Central proved they are the team to beat with a complete performance across the board. Tigers looked flat and lacked drive early with centrals just to strong with the bat. Early runs were key and Central found one in the first at bat before piling on five in the fourth to take a commanding six to zero lead. Tigers junior Kobi Stratman proved he deserved his call up to the big boys by scoring the first run for Tigers in the fourth. Tigers again showing late season cracks and lack of bat connection will have Coach Karl Ransom nervous and overthinking heading into a do or die final next Saturday against arch rival South. Kyall McClean was a standout for the boys in black and white with five safe hits including three doubles, whilst Nathan Meinck found form against Tigers with four hits of his own. The final score seeing Tigers two defeated by the reigning premiers Central 13, who can now enjoy a week off to set themselves at a tilt at a third successive Sid Hosking Cup. Another Game and another one sided affair with South taking a huge win against the Millicent/Federals boys. It was all South as Millicent/ Federals didn’t manage to get a run across the plate on Saturday afternoon in their clash. South taking the win 10 runs to zero and looking sharp at the right time of the year. Millicent/ Federals will now enjoy a winter break before they look to return next year with a few rumblings around the track of a possible recruit or two makes their way down the Princess Highway to help the Bandits. South will now set their focus to this Saturday with a do or do clash with Tigers. It could shape to be the last time we see Star Bruce Morale in the red and white and he will be doing all he can to get the Indians one last chance at a premiership chance. Stand out performances on Saturday were Ben Nash with three hits and a clash pitching performance on the mound for the Indians.


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It was a busy time at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday when the March Monthly Medal, sponsored by life member Judy Collins, and the 1st round of the Collins Court Butcher sponsored Captain’s Trophy were played in stroke format. T he majority of the 35 women were also competing in the 1st of three qualifying rounds of the Cafe Belgiorno’s Handicap Championships. Winner in Division 1 Cherryl Hill was able to consolidate her win by only one stroke separating her from three other contenders pushing for the win. Hill off 22 had a good front nine parring the 2nd and 5th turning with a 47 and fell away with a 50 on the back nine finishing with 75 nett. Bev Pascoe 104/28/76 did have a par on the 5th and splits of 54/50 and survived a countback from Helen Myers and Josie Ashby also with nett 76 to give her the runnerup voucher. Myers off 18 worked hard having pars on the 5th, 10th, 12th and 15th and splits of 48/46. Ashby off 20 scored 46/50 and included pars on the 1st, 9th and 16th and with the worst back nine where countbacks take place she missed out on standing on the podium. Division 2’s Lynette Hirth also had to work hard to take top spot and making use of her handicap of 44 having splits of 57/60, nett 73 that included a par on the uphill par three 2nd she staved off her closest opponent by one stroke. Jaynee Oberer has had several weeks in the winner’s circle with her handicap dropping every week but still came in runner-up. Playing off 30 Oberer had splits of 50/54 with a par on the downhill par three 5th finishing nett 74. Lyn Gill was also pleased to run rgird place, 120/45/75 her card included a par on the long par three 16th.

Nearest to the pin 2nd shot on the 14th winners were Ronda Edwards (Div 1) and Shannon McDonnell (Div 2) Ferret prizes went to Helen Myers 10th and also putting (27) with division 2’s Lynette Hirth winning least putts (34) The pro-shot win went to Karen Panagopolous. Congratulations to the team of Geraldine Scott, Karen Panagopolous and Ronda Edwards coming second in the four ball aggregate stableford event played at the Naracoorte Golf Club last Thursday, coming off the back of their individual credible results in the recent Southern Ports tournament. Congratulations also to Helen Myers winning the Sorrentos Cafe Summer trophy run over four rounds of stroke, stableford and par accruing points from the best three of the four rounds. This week is the 2nd round of the Metro Bakery and Cafe sponsored Silver Salver in par format. TEEING OFF FOR SUCCESS: (Above top) Bev Pascoe, Cherryl Hill (& above inset), Helen Myers, Lynette Hirth, Jaynee Oberer & Lyn Gill.

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Cranwell wins race to the line in summer series After stormy skies and lightning overhead forced the cancellation of the previous week’s racing, 19 riders prepared to race a bracing southerly breeze in the 6th race of the Summer Series along a 25km course at Attamurra Road. With the Opperman family in Melbourne for the Bell Helmets Track Carnival, Glenn Tye, Sean Tye and Eddie Buckland prepared to duke it out for the 10km U13 race. Glenn was given a three and a half minute head start over Eddie and Sean, taking advantage of the wind at his back to get a good gap for the other riders to chase. In the end, the gap was too great for Eddie and Sean to make up, with Glenn taking out his 2nd victory, 42 seconds ahead of Eddie, with Sean arriving a further 37 seconds later. Following the completion of the Junior race, the Senior riders lined up for their race. A large group of 7 riders, including John Kidman, Jason Buckland, Damian Buckley, Jen Buckland, Chris Hunt, Ainsley Curtis and Dianne Major, were to be the first to leave, hoping to take advantage of the tailwind to the turnaround to maintain some kind of gap over the chasing riders. They were given a three minute head start over a chasing group containing Dave Delaland, Elmer Buckland and Mike Bakker, followed two minutes later by John Cranwell, Phil Stasiw and Gerard Coote. A further three minutes later the 2nd last group consisting of Jami Buckley, Malcolm Tirabassi, Riley Hill and Craig Andre were allowed to begin their chase, followed two

minutes later by the scratch group containing Nick Kidman and Dave Bryant, some 11 minutes after the first riders had set off. Within the first 8km, the second group had caught up with the leaders, with Jen, Ainsley and Chris managing to jump on the train as it came past. This became the leading group until the turnaround, where Dave Delaland, Elmer and Mike were able to pry open a gap once the wind was in their faces. Most groups were continuing to work strongly with the only casualty of the high pace on the outward leg being Jami Buckley, running out of gears to keep up with his group. Whilst the head wind on the return leg seemed to affect some, out in front the pace was kept unabated. With approximately 7km to the finish line, Dave Delaland, Mike and Elmer were passed by Phil, John Cranwell and Gerard, with Elmer managing to hold their wheel as they came by. With the faster riders still working hard to catch up, it was this group who were destined to fight for the race victory. Battling the strong headwind to the finish line it was John Cranwell who took the sprint, closely followed by Phil Stasiw and Gerard Coote. Dave Bryant and Nick Kidman arrived 43 seconds later, just overtaking Elmer Buckland before the line, with Dave Bryant taking Fastest time honours. They were followed in by Riley Hill then Craig Andre, Malcolm Tirabassi and Mike Bakker rounded out the top 10. After them came Dave Delaland,

Jami Buckley, Ainsley Curtis, Jen Buckland, Chris Hunt, Di Major, John Kidman, Jason Buckland and Damian Buckley. Further afield, some Mount Gambier Cycling Club riders took part in events in Adelaide and Melbourneearlier this month, with Niel van Niekerk, Patrick Langsmith and Freya Miller taking part in the South Australian State Criterium Championship held in Adelaide. Freya rode strongly in her U13 criterium, held over 15 minutes+2 laps, finishing as the State Criterium champion for her age group. Niel and Patrick both raced in the U17M event, held over 20 minutes + 3 laps. It was a great learning opportunity for Patrick, taking the chance to race in an unfamiliar style and circuit, and Niel seizing his opportunity to take home the bronze medal. The Opperman family participated in the Bells Helmet Track Carnival held in Melbourne, with many of Australia’s track stars in attendance. Molly participated in U13 races, taking victory in the Scratch race and Tempo race. In the 1km Handicap race Molly gave up to 170m head start to the other riders, and nearly caught them all, finishing second. Later in the day, Harry and Matthew participated in the D and C grade races, with each finishing fourth in their respective 2.5km Scratch race. Following the heats of the Keirin, they also rode a 12 lap scratch race with each of them commended on their aggressive riding.

Millicent Night Bowls results Touches: Sam Kent (The Pups) 3, Todd Craig (the Pups) 3, Jayden Williams (Bedford Butterflies) 3, Ian Mitchell (Scrappers) 3, Ralph Domashenz (Lions Roar) 3, Ray Doecke (Maccas) 3, Robert Leslie (Somerset Seniors) 3, Dez King (Beetles) 3. Winners: RED DIVISION: Somerset Legends (David Sharp, Anthony Donghia, Wilbur Lane, Wayne Ross) defeated Sparkies 30+13, other winners were Untouchables 27+3, Jack Attack had a forfeit 27 =0, Max’s Fours also had a forfeit 27+0 , Rovers won 26+4. BLUE DIVISION: Maccas ( Ray Doecke, Malcolm McRobert, Graham McRobert, Simon Cooper) defeated Rotary 30+27, other winners were Try Hards 28+19, Grand Hotel 29+12, Somery Seniors 27+4, Birdies 25+2. WHITE DIVISION: Sunnies ( Bernie Bowman, Mary Bellinger, Glen Tilley, Barb Leicester) defeated Lion Cubs 29+15, other winners were Scrappers 28+7, Gizzies Crew 28+6, Bedford Butterflies 28+5, Beanz Team 28+3.

SENIOR PODIUM: (Above top) Winner John Cranwell; Fastest Time Winner Dave Bryant; third placed Gerard Coote & runner up Phil Stasiw. RACE TO THE LINE: (Above bottom) John Cranwell finishing ahead of Phil Stasiw. PHOTO COURTESY OF JUSTYNA GROSSE JUNIOR PODIUM: (Inset) Winner Glenn Tye; second placed and Fastest Time Winner Eddie Buckland & third placed Sean Tye.

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RED DIVISION WINNERS: (Above top) Somerset Legends: David Sharp, Wilbur Lane, Wayne Ross & Anthony Donghia BLUE DIVISION WINNERS: (Above centre) Maccas: Simon Cooper, Graham McRobert, Malcolm McRobert, Ray Doecke WHITE DIVISION WINNERS: (Above bottom) Sunnies: Barb Leicester, Bernie Bowman, Glen Tilley & Mary Bellinger

Sporting events across the region will have the opportunity to benefit from the Federal Government’s Regional Sport Events Fund. Now open for applications, the fund will support community sporting events across the region with an aim of kick-starting the economy and encouraging visitors back to Barker. Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the grant availability would help kickstart local events after the impact of the pandemic. “Community sport has been hit hard right across Barker as a result of the pandemic – but we all understand the power of local competition and the opportunities it presents to bring communities together,” Mr Pasin said. “Sport is often the glue that brings communities together across Barker and this program aims to fast-track the recovery from what’s been a very challenging period for region. “This fund will support many of the events that were cancelled or postponed to resume.d. “I encourage local government areas to work with local sporting clubs and organisations to deliver fantastic sports events to their respective communities.” Sixteen eligible LGAs across Australia can apply for funding of up to $50,000. Events can range from come and try days to larger events including elite sporting exhibitions and state level competitions that engage the broader community. Applications for the Regional Sport Events Fund are now open and close April 8. Funding is available through two funding streams: • Stream One – Small community sporting events: Non-competitive demand driven grants of up to $10,000. • Stream Two – Large regional sporting events: Competitive grants of up to $50,000 More details about the program, including the Fund Guidelines and closing dates can be found on Sport Australia’s Grants and Funding page - https://www.sportaus.gov.au/grants_and_funding


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South East Field & Game`s recent 50 Target Compak Sporting Clays Shoot at Burrungule Park was sponsored byAussie Disposals (Mount Gambier),Galpins Accountants, Kain`s Transport, Jeff Olaffsen (Nutrien-Mt.Gambier) and 70 shooters nominated for the first event of the summer compak series. Following the January event being cancelled due to a total fire ban, heavy rain greeted competitors as they competed on the two grounds set up by Ken Atkin & his hard working crew. Leigh Dunn shot 49/50 to take out the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun.

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2022 Motorkhana series gets underway South Eastern Automobile Club fires up at Glenburnie Saleyards A twilight event on March 5 was the first round of the South Eastern Automobile Club 2022 Motorkhana Series, held at the Glenburnie Saleyards complex car park. Some new faces have appeared for this season, with Jason Sims – ably assisted by Bev Shute – putting his hand up to coordinate the series for the year. Another to put the “L” plates on, regular competitor Suzanne Crowe made the decision to Direct the first round, under the watchful eye of long term Secretary/Director, Ken Trimnell and those that made the effort to enter were not disappointed with the selection of tracks that Suzanne chose for her day. Disappointingly small, the starting list had 15 willing and eager competitors on the final list including some of the regular hard chargers with 4 “newbies” also deciding to come and give it a go. Test 1 setup on the Eastern end as “Accordian” saw Phil Wilson set fastest time from Patrick Hitchcock, Ken Trimnell, Jason Sims, Geoff Wilson, Cohen Hamilton, Suzanne Crowe, Bruce Hamilton, Ashton Slotegraaf and Robert Bishop rounding out the Top 10. Second run at this layout and same result for 1, 2 & 3, Phil Wilson, Hitchcock and Trimnell. Damien Wilson next in 4th, after some car setup changes, followed by Jason Sims, Cohen Hamilton, Ashton Slotegraaf, Linsay Beare, Robert Bishop and Geoff Wilson. At the other end “Oh, what a feeling” was the Director’s choice and nearly half of the competitors lost their way around the course, with the dreaded “WD” entry against their name. Suzanne Crowe scored Fastest time for this test, 2 tenths of a second in front of Patrick Hitchcock, Ken Trimnell next from Phil Wilson, Bruce Hamilton, Jason Sims, Cohen Hamilton, Geoff Wilson, Henry Sims and the rest on a “WD” time. Same test, second run, Hitchcock improved a little to get fastest time from Crowe, Phil Wilson, Cohen Hamilton, Geoff

Wilson, Ken Trimnell and the “WD” for the rest. Layout change for the East End went to “Double Loop” and Hitchcock took fastest time for both runs, chased by Damien Wilson, Ken Trimnell, Suzanne Crowe, Phil Wilson, Jason Sims, Geoff Wilson, Bruce Hamilton, Cohen Hamilton and Robert Bishop in the first run. Ken Trimnell found speed to almost catch Hitchcock, with Damien Wilson next, Phil Wilson, Geoff Wilson, Jason Sims, Cohen Hamilton, Bruce Hamilton, Suzanne Crowe and Mitch Lawrie for 10th. Fleur-de-lis at the Western End is a quick and easy drive, with fastest time going to Damien Wilson from Phil Wilson, Hitchcock, Sims, Trimnell, Geoff Wilson, Ashton Slotegraaf, Cohen Hamilton, Ollie Pohlner and Crowe. Second attempt went to Phil Wilson from Damien Wilson, Hitchcock, Jason Sims, Trimnell, Geoff Wilson, Cohen and Bruce Hamilton, Mitch Lawrie and Slotegraaf. Changes again, with the East End now “Bowler” for a quick run. First attempt went to Hitchcock, from Damien Wilson, Trimnell, Phil Wilson, Crowe, Bruce Hamilton, Geoff Wilson, Cohen Hamilton, Robert Bishop and Jason Sims for the Top 10. Second Run, again Hitchcock from Damien Wilson, Phil Wilson, Jason Sims, Trimnell, Crowe, Slotegraaf, Cohen Hamilton,

Robert Bishop and Bruce Hamilton. The West End track layout “Big Eyes”, suits a well controlled car, in the expert hands of – Patrick Hitchcock, another fastest time, again followed home by the Wilson brothers, Damien and Phil, Trimnell, Crowe, Mitch Lawrie, Geoff Wilson, Linsay Beare and Slotegraaf. Second pass again saw Hitchcock from the Wilson’s, Phil and Damien, Sims, Crowe, Trimnell, Geoff Wilson, Robert Bishop, Beare and Cohen Hamilton. Test 7 layout for the East End is “Pentagon” and Hitchcock continued with fastest time for this test with Phil Wilson chasing, Jason Sims finding his rhythm next in front of Trimnell, Damien Wilson, Geoff Wilson, Crowe, Bruce Hamilton, Rob Bishop, Ashton Slotegraaf and Linsay Beare dead even at 10th. Hitchcock repeated his earlier effort to hold on to Fastest Time for the second pass by 2/100ths of a second from Phil Wilson. Sims next from Damien Wilson, Trimnell, Cohen Hamilton, Crowe, Bruce Hamilton, Geoff Wilson and Ashton Slotegraaf. West End had the long “Crossover” test and Phil Wilson showed how the Soarer worked, getting home in fastest time nearly 2 seconds clear of Damien Wilson, Crowe, Sims, Trimnell, Slotegraaf, Bruce Hamilton, Geoff Wilson, Linsay Beare and Mitch Lawrie. Phil Wilson put in a similar run on the second pass to hold fastest time from Trimnell, Hitchcock,

Damien Wilson, Crowe, Sims, Bruce Hamilton, Rob Bishop, Cohen Hamilton and Linsay Beare. After a short break, “Atom” had been setup on the East End. Damien Wilson took fastest time for this one, from Cohen Hamilton, Phil Wilson, Sims, Geoff Wilson, Hitchcock, Bishop, Bruce Hamilton, with “WD’s” featuring for the next 5 spots. Second pass for this, Cohen Hamilton scored his first ever fastest time with a very well driven effort in the big Falcon. Damien Wilson, more than a second behind, next home with Hitchcock, Phil Wilson, Crowe, Geoff Wilson, Sims, Slotegraaf, Ollie Pohlner and Bruce Hamilton rounding out the 10. West End Layout, “Pine tree” is short ‘n’ sweet, if you get it right. Phil Wilson headed the pack home with fastest time from Hitchcock, Crowe, Trimnell, Bruce Hamilton, Cohen Hamilton, Geoff Wilson, Slotegraaf, Ollie Pohlner and Rob Bishop in 10th. Repeat the test and Phil Wilson bettered his last run by a half a second to hold fastest time from Trimnell, Damien Wilson, Hitchcock, Sims, Crowe, Slotegraaf, Ollie Pohlner, Bishop and Beare in 10th. Test 11, “Atom Bomb” was the layout to be done and Phil Wilson put the Soarer around the layout for another fastest time, with Hitchcock chasing, Sims next, Damien Wilson, Trimnell, Cohen Hamilton, Crowe, Bishop. Slotegraaf, and Mitch Lawrie in 10th. Phil Wilson repeated his fastest time for the second run with Jason Sims now finding some pace in second spot, Hitchcock, Damien Wilson, Trimnell, Cohen Hamilton, Crowe, Bruce Hamilton, Bishop and Geoff Wilson in 10th. Final Layout at the West end, “Serpentine”, saw Phil Wilson well clear of the pack in fastest time, Hitchcock chasing, Trimnell, Sims and Damien Wilson next, Slotegraaf, Crowe, Bishop, Cohen Hamilton and Ollie Pohlner completing the 10 for the first pass. Phil Wilson completed his day

Smaller field & committee vacancies on the agenda for vets golf Throughout this week there has been a lot of golf events in the South East, so it wasn’t surprising that only 45 fronted up at Blue Lake for the South East Golf Veterans. However the weather was fine and the course good. Rob Ellis a local member, blitzed the First Division with 43 points from Robe’s Brian Foreman on 36 and Terry Chant 35. The Second Division was a closer affair with a three way countback on 39 points, taken out by Kingston’s Arthur Niejalke from Millicent’s Tank Thompson and Richard Neale of Blue Lake. NTPs were Rob Harkness and Barry Brook and the Ross Orchard went to Peter Edwards and Brenton Speck. The ball rundown was for 31 or better. The scribe did see Chris Carr of Beachport do a one handed drive which travelled 150 metres much to the amazement of his group. The next outing is the AGM at Attamurra on March 21. Committee member Adrian Thiele from Lucindale is stepping away so that leaves room for committee men as the group could do with a couple more members to share the load. If you want to put your hand up let Russel Lingham know of your interest. Remember to bring your $20 annual sub for this Ambrose event with an event at Millicent to follow on March 28.

with another fastest time, with Hitchcock, Damien Wilson and Sims, Crowe, Ollie Pohlner, Bishop, Slotegraaf, Geoff Wilson and Linsay Beare to fill the 10 spots. A long day with 12 test layouts done twice, pack up and load up the cars, mother nature sent down some rain to take home. With all the penalty times for the Wrong Directions encountered through a big day of competition, the results sheet had Phil Wilson in his Toyota Soarer at the top with a penalty free time of 662.00 seconds, Patrick Hitchcock next in his Peugeot 205 GTI with 684.65 seconds, Damien Wilson 3rd with 712.75 seconds, Jason Sims, first outing in the family Toyota Celica, 4th with a total of 720.37, Ken Trimnell 5th in the Suzuki Swift with 720.45 seconds, Suzanne Crowe in her beloved Subaru WRX 6th with 747.11 seconds, Cohen Hamilton in the XR6 Falcon in 7th spot with 787.62 seconds, Geoff Wilson in his Mitsubishi Magna 8th with 794.72 seconds, Bruce Hamilton in the XR6 Falcon 819.83 seconds, Ashton Slotegraaf in 10th spot in his Ford Laser with 842.53 seconds. Class points were: B - Ken Trimnell C - Patrick Hitchcock D - Phil Wilson E - Suzanne Crowe Novice Juniors out for the first time, Ollie Pohlner and Henry Sims completed a very busy day and had huge smiles every time they came back in from competing. MOTORKHANA SEASON REVS INTO ACTION: (Top row) Suzanne Crowe & Ken Trimnell; (bottom row) Phil Wilson & Patrick Hitchcock and (below) Jason Sims in action. PHOTOS COURTESY OF TURN8 PHOTOGRAPHY

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