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Dancers punching well above their weight Fledgling studio stuns at international festival They might have sent a small contingent of only four dancers but Mount Gambier’s Bell Studio of Highland Dance has taken on the best from Australia, Scotland and New Zealand and returned home with an impressive haul

of silverware. The International Highland Dancing Festival of Australia, which took place in Gosford at the end of last month, is one of the premier events on the highland dancing calendar with around 300 dancers converging

on the New South Wales coast to compete. FLINGING IN STYLE: Evie Edwards, Isabelle Bidese & Lucy Edwards See inside for full details


Dancers punching well above their weight Fledgling studio stuns at International Highland Dancing Festival of Australia They might have sent a small contingent of only four dancers but Mount Gambier’s Bell Studio of Highland Dance has taken on the best from Australia, Scotland and New Zealand and returned home with an impressive haul of silverware. The International Highland Dancing Festival of Australia, which took place in Gosford at the end of last month, is one of the premier events on the highland dancing calendar with around 300 dancers converging on the New South Wales coast to compete. All four Bell Studio dancers came away with either individual or overall placings in very large and high quality sections over the weekend, with Lucy Edwards producing the festival highlight, placing runner up in the International Highland Dancing Championship of Australia 15 years. It capped off a big weekend for Lucy, who was also honoured with selection as Sotuh Australia’s flag bearer for the parade of 150 championship competitors in the International Highland Dancing Championships of Australia, which is recognised as one of Australia’s National Championships. Lucy was also part of the OzScot Junior Development Squad, with her team coming runner up in the open choreography section, which was part of the Friday night gala event. Running out of the Masonic Hall at 4 Helen Street, Mount Gambier, Bell Studio opened its doors in

2019, offering classes for students from three and a half years old to adults, from beginners to premier standard, for those looking for a fun form of fitness, to those looking to compete at a high level. Studio director Katie Edwards has an impressive resume – both as a competitor, as well as in teaching ranks. The proud owner of 33 championships, including her Grand Australasian Championship in the 13, 14 & 15 Years championship in 1991 and the Australian Commonwealth championship, Katie also travelled to Scotland in 1996 to complete her British Association of Teachers of Dancing certificate, competing at the home of highland dancing while she was there, dancing at the British Overseas Championships, where she finished fourth, and also competed at the World Championships. She returned to Scotland in 2004 as part of the Australian team that performed at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Katie’s love of highland dancing is what keeps her involved, as does her family’s deep seated Scottish heritage connections. Katie’s great grandfather played

a pivotal role in the establishment of the South Eastern National Dancing Association and Katie’s grandmother on her father’s side was a highland dancer. And it doesn’t stop there with Katie’s mother and two aunties long serving members of the Blue Lake Ladies Pipe Band. SPECIAL HONOUR: (Top left) South Australian flag bearer Lucy Edwards. STUNNING RESULTS: (Bottom left) Olive Norman with her festival haul. INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP PLACEGETTERS: (Above right) Evie & Lucy Edwards

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLAND DANCING FESTIVAL OF AUSTRALIA RESULTS Saturday Results Evie Edwards: Winner of the Pre-Championship 12 yrs with 2 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze Winner of the Premier Aggregate 12 yrs Finalist in the all ages John McFarland Memorial Hornpipe Lucy Edwards: 3rd place overall in the Champions Challenge 14-15yrs with 1 gold, 1 x 5th and 1 x 6th Isabelle Bidese: 5th place in the Reel in the Pre-Championship 14yrs Olive Norman: 3rd place overall in the Beginners 10yrs & over section with 1 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze Sunday Results Lucy Edwards: Runner up in the International Highland Dancing Championship of Australia 15yrs with 1 gold, 2 silver and 1x 6th 3rd place overall in the Premier National Cup 15yrs with 1 gold, 1 silver Evie Edwards: 4th place overall in the International Highland Dancing Championship of Australia 12yrs with 1 silver, 2 bronze Isabelle Bidese: Placings in the Restricted Premier National Cup 14-15yrs Olive Norman: Placings in the Novice 11yrs & over section 4th place in the Trophy Dance Novice 11yrs & over

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New face to head GIJ A return to the past with an eye to the future Generations in Jazz organisers are looking to finally return to the tried and true format of the acclaimed music festival that will see thousands of enthusiastic and talented students converging on Mount Gambier to showcase their own skills and immerse themselves in the talents of internationally renown jazz musicians in what is a three day jazz extravaganza. The 2023 event will return to its traditional May timeslot but there will be some major changes, with James Morrison stepping aside as artistic director earlier this year and board chair Peter Roberts and event coordinator Karyn Roberts stepping aside after a three decade association with the event. New board chair Tony Wright will be the new face of the event and while he steps into the role on the back of three difficult years – with 2020 and 2021 cancelled – the 2022 GIJ Improvised a reimagined event. That June event, which saw a gala concert that captured live and virtual performance; online schools competition and the usual live scholarship auditions, attracted a digital audience of almost 18,000 people and this global audience included 6700 viewers via Facebook which attracted a reach of more than 90,000 further assisting to build the profile of this iconic Mount Gambier event. The new board chair said organisers were now busily preparing for next year’s return event which plans to have greater connection with international partners and attracting schools from interstate as well as thanking all three retiring GIJ personnel for their loyal service.. Mr Wright was recently

appointed chair following the retirement of incumbent Peter Roberts and event coordinator Karyn Roberts, after more than three decades of service to the event. “The board, both past and present, wish to acknowledge the outstanding service of James, Peter and Karyn who have been instrumental in making Generations in Jazz a nationally recognised event, which has now engaged an international audience base with this year’s concert,” Mr Wright said. “It has been through their dedicated leadership that tens of thousands of school students have had the opportunity to experience this unique and significant jazz educational experience, forming the foundations for many to build careers in the music sector. “It is these foundations that give the new board confidence to thrive and grow as we look to futureproof Generations in Jazz to ensure it remains a staple on our events calendar for years to come.” Mr Wright applauded the volunteer service of Karyn Roberts noting she was highly respected by many of the participating schools who recognised her passion for the educational program. He said she was instrumental in GIJ receiving a number of national awards, including personal

accolades such as the 2015 City of Mount Gambier Australia Day Award and 2008 Limestone Coast Tourism Individual Award. “We are extremely proud to have been able to adapt to the pandemic by hosting the new look GIJ Improvised 2022 event and are excited to build our event plan for 2023 to make this event even better for our visitors and great region,” Mr Wright said. The James Morrison Jazz Scholarship will continue to be offered in 2023 and the board is excited that Mr Morrison has agreed to continue the scholarship in his name, recognising the contributions he has made to Mount Gambier, Generations in Jazz and music education in Australia. The GIJ Vocal Scholarship will also be on offer at the event, scheduled for May 5 to 7, 2023. To keep up to date with all the latest Generations in Jazz news visit the website or social media pages.

Everything old is new again Members of Mount Gambier’s Thumb Print Workshop are using innovative ways of recycling materials and reusing their old prints and plates to create new works for their annual exhibition at the Riddoch Art Gallery. Incorporating traditional printing techniques such as etching, collagraph, monoprinting and linocuts the group have recycled, reused and reprinted. By cutting up old etching plates and prints to make a collage and using recycled cardboard, string and fabric to create a printing plate, unique new images have emerged. The participating artists are Ruth Schubert, Anne Miles, Julie Bignell, Diana Wiseman, Libby Altschwager, Stephanie Yoannidis, Sue Shaw, Sally O’Connor, Trudy Tandberg, Lilija Quill and Barbara Martin. This Saturday from 11am to 12noon, several of the participating artists will attend the Riddoch Art Gallery to talk about their work to the public. This will be an informal gathering and all are welcome. RECYCLED ART: (Right from top)Anne Miles (LIVING EARTH – Collage of linocuts, etchings, monoprints and eco prints); Diana Wiseman (LAYERED LANDSCAPE – Drypoint etching and collage) & Libby Altschwager (GLASS VASE WITH AUSTRALIAN NATIVES – Collage of eco prints and solar etchings)

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Major maternity step forward Portland District Health has taken a major step forward in the potential resumption of its birthing services with the appointment of a new maternity services clinical coordinator. Sue Sweeny has taken on the role, bringing high levels of expertise and experience and a passion for ensuring women can access services close to where they live. Ms Sweeney has previously worked in leadership positions in several large hospitals and with the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to improve maternity services for women in rural and regional Victoria. She has been employed as PDH’s clinical coordinator of maternity services on a six-month secondment. PDH previously announced that it had extended its temporary pause on birthing suite services until September 1, due to the continued national shortage of midwives. The current arrangements are continuing, with PDH offering antenatal clinics, birthing classes and domiciliary care. Midwifery staff will also still be available on call for any urgent or emergency births. Ms Sweeney said PDH had an excellent midwifery team and is building numbers and capacity in preparation for expansion of local services. “My role is to assist the team and assist maternity services to take a step forward,” she said. “Women birthing in their community is an absolute priority and we all have a passion for that to happen. My role will be to implement a new operational model of maternity care that is being developed and share my expertise and experience to assist to safely resume this important service.” Ms Sweeney will work closely with PDH’s midwifery and obstetrics teams and with larger health services in the region. “We want to better connect with health services at Warrnambool and Hamilton to make sure we have good relationships and partnerships to build a collaborative approach to midwifery,” she said. “Since diverting to Warrnambool, it has reinforced the importance of our good relationships with our bigger health services.” Her role includes ensuring midwives remain updated in competencies and skills and that the service continues to work to evidence-based clinical guidelines and practices. She will also expand a clinical audit committee to review any adverse events, better connect with Safer Care Victoria to ensure PDH has the data it needs, review culture and accountability, and provide leadership and support to midwives. “I’m bringing skills that I’ve learnt elsewhere to Portland so we can be influential in decision making in maternity services in our region and so we’re reporting on all indicators in line with other health services, maintaining our high standards and providing personcentred care,” she said. Ms Sweeney said she was impressed with PDH and the maternity team. “The team here is already doing a very good job and making great steps in resuming the service,” she said. “We’re building our workforce. Now my position has been filled and they have someone to advocate for midwifery practice and lead them forward, there have been expressions of interest from previous staff who had moved to Warrnambool and we have midwives who have taken on extra hours. “Part of my role is to look at innovative ways to build the midwifery team.” PDH is determined to bring back birthing services as soon as it’s safe to do so and will continually review the situation to return it within the shortest timeframe possible.

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A plan that will guide the future enhancement and upgrades of Naracoorte’s Pioneer Park for the next 10 years has been endorsed by Naracorote Lucindale Council. The Pioneer Park Masterplan has been divided into the key themes of History, Tourism, Gardens and Community with a range of projects to be undertaken as a collaboration between council and Naracoorte Lions over the next 10 years. The projects identified still require further detailed planning and consultation prior to being progressed, however the Masterplan will build on recent Lions Club working bees and current 2022-23 budget allocations to undertake improvement works in the park. Short term priorities over the next 12 months include $90,000 of work to undertake a site survey for a new carpark, footpaths and irrigation design, repainting of the

“...I am confident the masterplan strikes the right balance and level of investment in the space and commend the Naracoorte Lions for their time and effort involved in progressing this plan for the community..” Erika Vickery (Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor) train shelter and directional tower, new tree plantings and some upgrades to the irrigation system. Naracoorte Lucindale Mayor Erika Vickery OAM said the Masterplan aimsed to enhance the historical and natural values of the park as well as increase the tree plantings and consolidate the landscaping design so the space is attractive for residents and visitors to the area. “Having an updated and attractive park so close to the Visitor Information Centre, incorporated with the community’s input, will help optimise the appeal of Naracoorte as a great place to visit,” Mayor Vickery said.

“I am confident the masterplan strikes the right balance and level of investment in the space and commend the Naracoorte Lions for their time and effort involved in progressing this plan for the community.” Other projects earmarked in the 10 year plan include upgrading the top-level carpark, installing a new all-access amenities block and replacing and upgrading shelter and picnic settings – all connected by a series of interconnected paths. A copy of the final Pioneer Park Masterplan is available on Naracoorte Lucindale Council website.


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Dogs, cats, puppies and kittens are getting ready to go to their potential ‘forever homes’ as part of an open day event this August. The Glenelg Shire Animal Welfare Centre, in partnership with Warrnambool RSPCA, are hosting an Adoption and Open Day on Saturday, August 27 from 10am to 2pm, at the Darts Road facility in North Portland. The event aims to let community members learn more about the Animal Welfare Centre and its services, as well as meeting some of the animals ready for adoption. “As part of the Open Day, visitors can meet the amazing staff and volunteers who care for the animals at our centre,” Glenelg Shire Animal Welfare Centre Team Leader Sharon Allen said. “It’s also a great chance to learn more about how the centre operates, and our partnership with RSPCA Warrnambool. “If you’re thinking about adopting or fostering a dog or cat into your family, or perhaps you’re interested in becoming a volunteer, then the open day is a wonderful opportunity to come and have a tour of the centre, pat some dogs or cuddle some kittens and possibly add to your family. “All dogs and cats adopted are desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, treated for worms and fleas and registered at the time of adoption. “We look forward to welcoming the community to the centre this August.” The Glenelg Shire Animal Welfare Centre provides a temporary home for lost, stray, surrendered and seized animals. Importantly, the centre helps to find new

“...the open day is a wonderful opportunity to come and have a tour of the centre, pat some dogs or cuddle some kittens and possibly add to your family...” forever homes for animals in partnership with RSPCA Victoria’s Warrnambool Shelter. For further information, visit the Glenelg Shire website. Event details: Adoption and Open Day 10am – 2pm Glenelg Shire Animal Welfare Centre, 185 Darts Road, Portland FINDING FOREVER HOMES: Glenelg Shire Animal Welfare Centre Team Leader Sharon Allen, recently adopted dog Sally & volunteer Karen Horsburgh

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Supporting the nuclear debate Member for Barker Tony Pasin is supporting the Coalition’s examination of the potential for advanced and next-generation nuclear technologies to contribute to Australia’s energy security and reduce power prices. “I’ve always maintained that I am technology agnostic when it comes to energy generation,” Mr Pasin said. “My main concern is keeping the lights on pushing electricity prices down. Renewables need to be balanced by sufficient dispatchable generation. With sixty percent of coal fired power stations expected to leave the market by 2030, it’s important that households and industry have the certainty of reliable and affordable energy into the future.” “Nuclear energy is a mature, proven technology, that has the possibility to provide reliable, emissions-free, base-load electricity. It’s high time we had an informed debate on its benefits.” The review will be led by Mr Ted O’Brien MP, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy.


Cave Garden precinct illuminating locals Winter Artisan Markets set to complement Illuminate Adelaide this Saturday night This Saturday evening Mount Gambier’s Cave Garden precinct is set to spring to life as they Mount Gambier Library and The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre combine forces to bring the Winter Artisan Markets and Musicians and Makers event to the area, adding more life to the central park that is currently hosting he spectacular Illuminate Adelaide. It is the second time The Riddoch has combined forces with Illuminate Adelaide to allow local artisans to tap into the visitor numbers for the stunning light installation by showcasing their wares in the City Hall, overlooking the night sky art show. From jewellery to art, from baby items to scarves and shawls, from candles to cork bags. There will be 23 stalls set up ready for you to find that unique handcrafted item. Popular local photographer Ockert Le Roux will also have a photography stall. The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre customer service and retail officer Rowan Thurlings said the June event last year had been so successful is was a no brainer to again run the markets in conjunction with the Illuminate event. “It gives a lot of our shop artists as well as new stallholders the chance to showcase what they do,” he said. For the Mount Gambier Library, being part of this weekend’s event, which runs from 5pm until 9pm, is a chance to build on their youth entrepreneur program that has been running for two years – starting as a Youth Week initiative. “We just wanted to give young entrepreneurs a platform, a space where they can show the work

“...they are the future of this community and they will transition to being our leaders quicker than you think so the more support we can give them, the better – they will be running the shops and businesses of tomorrow...” Kelly Lynch Mount Gambier Library children’s & youth services coordinator) they are doing and the businesses they are trying to establish,” Mount Gambier Library children & youth services coordinator Kelly Lynch said. The concept, which sees the library cover the insurance and other paperwork and costs associated with setting up a stall, has been growing in popularity with the community’s budding young business leaders and this Saturday night there will be eight stalls featuring their work – from clothing to resin art, from macrame to embroidered canvases, these entrepreneurs are set to show the community what they are achieving behind closed doors and outside the classroom. “Many of them already use social media but to be able to chat directly with customers and to physically show people what they can do is a great opportunity and they are excited and can’t wait,” Ms Lynch said. Young musicians will also be part of the library balcony event with Skyline Haze (pictured), Rhiley, Robert & Matthew and Joshua, all taking up the busking offer, which

has also been a feature of the youth markets since their inception. In the two years the program has been running it has evolved and been tweaked to improve outcomes for those involved and this year, the young people received more notice of the impending opportunity and that has worked really well, allowing them time to build their stock and work on just how they want to

SCIENCE WEEK The Mount Gambier Library is set to be a hive of activity during upcoming National Science Week, which runs from August 13-21. Mount Gambier Library children & youth services coordinator Kelly Lynch said a number of free sessions were on offer as the library taps into the 2022 theme – Glass: More than meets the eye. “We will be looking at how glass is used in everything – in health care, education, phones, communication, buildings,” Ms Lynch said. The Early Years Sessions on Monday, August 15, are targeting students from Kindergarten to year 3, where children will learn about a glassmaking technique called fusing , through a hands on experience utilising boiled lollies to recreate the experience. The Middle Years activity, for students from year 4-6, is on Tuesday, August 16, and will feature Kaleidoscope Magic. It will be an exploration of mirrors and reflection with find, hands on activities and kids will be able to make and take home their own kaleidoscope. The Youth session, for Years 7-10, is all about bringing glass to life thought leadlighting with an demonstration from a local leadlight artist, followed by an optical fibre experiment. Schools can contact the library to book a place for their class and for all community enquiries call (08)8721 2540.

present this Saturday night. “These young people are quickly becoming the adults of tomorrow in this community and we need to support them in their entrepreneurial endeavours so we have better outcomes for this community,” Ms Lynch said. “They are the future of this community and they will transition to being our leaders quicker than you think so the more support we can give

them, the better – they will be running the shops and businesses of tomorrow.” TRYING TO MAKE THIER MARK: (Below) Stallholders from the inaugural Youth Entrepreneur Markets, which were run as part of the Outdoor Living Room as part of the Mount Gambier Library’s school holiday program two years ago.

BOOK WEEK While libraries have become so much more than a building to house books, the Mount Gambier Library still embraces Book Week with gusto and this year, rather than a series of events, organisers are inviting everyone to a special, one-off community evening on Thursday, August 25, from 5.30-7pm. Along with a Dreamtime Story from Aunty Michelle and a free pizza dinner, there are four activities on offer – you can choose one to get involved. Book Week 2022 has a ‘Dreaming with eyes open’ theme and that has provided the focus for the four activities on offer. There is a character drawing activity, sand art (pictured), VR and a guided meditation and while the evening if free, bookings are essential for catering purposes so contact the library to secure your place.


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Coming to a (small) venue near you Festival of Small Halls set to wow audiences in three Limestone Coast venues

Festival of Small Halls has announced that dynamic, playful, multi-instrumentalist duo Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan, along with the vibrant and captivating songsmith Chris Tamwoy, will be heading off on tour for the Festival of Small Halls Winter Tour 2022: South Australia. While previous tours have tucked in a handful of shows through the east of The Festival State, before continuing east to Victoria, this will be the first Festival of Small Halls tour to visit the small towns and villages of South Australia exclusively. Renowned festival producers Woodfordia Inc have crafted the 29th edition of this communitycentred regional music tour, a beloved project fast becoming an institution of regional Australia. Celebrating the tenth year as a touring festival, the Winter

Tour 2022: South Australia will visit 14 communities – three in the Limestone Coast – with performance in Bordertown (Septmber 9), Mil Lel (September 10) and Robe (September 11). The excitement has been building in South Australia for the past couple of years, with the last tour in the area getting abruptly cut short due to the pandemic. The team is back stronger than ever, with anticipation running in their veins, a handful of returning halls and a whole suite of new ones, this tour is set to warm hearts and bring grins across the state. “We are nothing short of thrilled to be embarking on our first allSouth Australian Festival of Small Halls Tour,” producer Eleanor Rigden said. “To be welcomed into such a variety of beautiful towns and

villages is exciting enough, but to be doing it with artists of the quality of Chris Tamwoy and Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan feels too good to be true. “The incredible nature of Festival of Small Halls shows to leverage the quality of brilliant music to bring communities together and showcase of the best they have to offer is one of the best things about this magical tour. “We have been bowled over by the spirit of mateship, community and resilience that we’ve seen across nine years and almost 500 shows, and now we can’t wait to see how South Australia does it.” Mal Webb and Kylie Morrigan (pictured above right) are established touring musicians, and they’re itching to get back on the road. “We love playing in all manner

of venues for all manner of audiences, and having played at Woodford Folk Festival for many years, we were particularly chuffed when we were asked to be part of a Small Halls tour,” Mal and Kylie said. Apart, Mal and Kylie have had wonderous musical adventures, from Mal’s brain provoking songs and vocal techniques in many bands (Formidable Vegetable, Totally Gourdgeous), to Kylie’s Orchestra Victoria Days, and playing with the likes of Stevie Wonder and Shirley Bassey. Performing together perpetuates a show of talent and creativity, horns and strings, into a delicately balanced musical pie. Co-billed with Mal and Kylie is Chris Tamwoy (pictured above left), a Torres Strait Islander musician and songwriter known

for his percussive guitar style and shining presence of culture and warmth. “I am super excited about this tour and am looking forward to sharing my music with the crowd,” Chris said. Chris’s powerful performances have led to him sharing the stage with Birds of Tokyo and Colin Hay, as well as reaching the Grand Finals in Australia’s Got Talent in 2016. His debut album Reality Is showcases an inspiring collection of compositions, including a collaboration with Christine Anu in language on ‘Kulba Yaday’. The Festival of Small Halls Winter Tour 2022 starts on August 24 and finished up in Robe on Sunday, September 11. Tickets on sale from 13th July at www.festivalofsmallhalls.com

MEET THE ARTISTS Chris Tamwoy Chris Tamwoy is an award winning First Nations Australian singer, songwriter and musician with both Eastern and Western Torres Strait Islander blood running through his veins. His distinctive guitar-tap style and vibrant personality see him in high-demand for gigs across Australia, the USA, ongoing media appearances and documentary features. In 2016 national TV audiences watched Chris make his way through to the grand finals of Australia’s Got Talent, and 2018 saw him on TV weekly as a judge on All Together Now. Having played some of Australia’s largest music festivals he often surprises crowds with sensational on-stage collaborations. He has represented proudly at high profile events such as Tourism Australia’s G’day USA Gala, Los Angeles and National Indigenous Music Awards where he was nominated 2016 Young Indigenous Musician of the Year. 2018 saw an inspired performance and Acknowledgement of Country and People at the Invictus Games Closing Ceremony, collaborating with Colin Hay, Aloe Blacc, Birds of Tokyo and many more talented musicians. Chris Tamwoy’s debut EP Ngaw Laag ‘My Home’ in 2015 was well received earning him the prestigious honour of National NAIDOC Youth of the Year. In 2018 Chris Tamwoy was awarded Queensland Young Achiever of the Year. ABC Music released Chris’ debut album Reality Is in May 2021, featuring an iconic and inspiring collaboration with Christine Anu on traditional language song classic Kulba Yaday. The Reality Is album garnered widespread praise from media and fans alike. In 2021, Chris Tamwoy’s showcase instrumental compositions Healing You and Waves from his Reality Is album made special inclusions in the Screen Australia supported feature film Alick and Albert, for broadcaster STAN. Dubbed a ‘guitar virtuoso’, this humble young man’s music, personality and vibe are unforgettable. Mal Webb & Kylie Morrigan Vocal adventurer, multi-instrumentalist and looping beatboxing songwriter Mal sings his brain provoking songs using all sorts of vocal techniques, guitar, mbira, slide trumpet, trombone, chromatic harmonica and a loop recording pedal called Derek. And Kylie (who’s

played with Orchestra Victoria and the likes of Stevie Wonder and Barry White!) provides violin and voice in a perfect balance to Mal’s nutsness. Their arrangements are intricate and playful. Imagine Einstein, Dr Seuss and Paganini making pancakes. Mal Webb is a songwriter and performer, who was a founding member of the bands The Oxo Cubans (trombone and vocals), Totally Gourdgeous (bass and vocal), Sock (acapella) and Formidable Vegetable (trombone, vocals and interpretive dance). He also performs with (and records for) electronic artist ‘Spoonbill’ and The Simon Kerr Perspective. He records brass and bass for many artists and adverts, does school shows, theatre music and helps out as a guinea pig for voice research! He was musical director of Wogs Out of Work (1985), he performed live with Lano and Woodley and did the music for their 1997 TV show, as well as Frank Woodley’s 2012 TV show, Woodley. He’s toured internationally with Batacuda, Legs on the Wall, Cambermade Opera, and Mainteater (Java). He did the soundtrack and songs for the Dummies Corp show “Dumtectives in Cirque Noir” and the Wishworks Puppets (UK) show, “Whispering Smith” and Little Wing Puppets’ production “Spike the Echidna”. Since 2003, he’s taught with Music Outback Foundation in NT. Also as a teacher, he’s worked with The Songroom and Nulsen Haven (WA). Melbourne based violinist, Kylie Morrigan, began her music training early (age 3) as a classical violinist. After graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts, she played in Orchestra Victoria and various freelance orchestras, including for Stevie Wonder, Barry White, Plant and Page, Shirley Bassey and The Seekers, before retiring to raise and home school her four children. Kylie has since returned to the world of music performance enjoying a range of playing styles including electro swing, folk and contemporary classical. She currently performs and records amidst a healthy national and international touring schedule with Formidable Vegetable, The Simon Kerr Perspective, artist Mal Webb, electronic artist ‘Spoonbill’ and the Ad Hoc Music Collective and her duo with Carly Wilding, ‘Morrigan and Wilding’. In 2021, Kylie performed in new Australian musical Voyage in its Victorian tour, ending in a two-week season at fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne, and performed a one week season with Carly Wilding of their self produced show, ‘Bumbles and Moz’.


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Telling a personal story on stage The Limestone Coast is part of the story of vaudeville star George Walker Following George Walker is inspired by the life of Adelaide actor Rory Walker’s great grandfather George W Walker: a vaudevillian and impresario who toured Australia in the early 20th century, including the Limestone Coast, alongside some of the biggest theatrical stars of the day. It is a story of family, community, love and legacy – and laughter. Rory has mined the legend of his great grandfather in this deeply personal one-man show. As a baby George was left in a box on a doorstep in Aberdeen and throughout his career was a restless traveller, working around Scotland, America, South Africa and Australia. A singer and comedian, he worked with Harry Lauder and the eccentric Walford Bodie, a hypnotist and magician famous for his ‘mock’ electrocutions and act of ‘bloodless surgery’. Still, it was a rough and lonely life. At the end of his days, George returned to Scotland and wrote a memoir that Rory would later find as a young boy, left forgotten in

a cupboard in the Walker family home. Rory is bringing the legend back in his performance Following George Walker and can’t wait to bring the frivolity, fun and 20th Century fashion to Mount Gambier and Naracoorte. “I’m really looking forward to coming back to the Limestone Coast to where my great grandfather George Walker performed in Naracoorte and Mount Gambier back in the 1920s,” he said. “I can see why George loved the place. Come join me in this vaudevillian extravaganza, it’s a performance close to my heart made for the people of the Limestone Coast.” Following George Walker hilariously captures the spirit of a travelling road show as our hero Rory struggles to piece together the fragments of his great grandfather’s life, even as he struggles to piece together the fragments of his own performance in a one-man vaudevillian extravaganza filled with music, sketches, songs,

comedy, magic, ventriloquism and cinematography and – in the midst of it all – a powerful story of family, community, love and legacy. As a tribute to his Caledonian heritage, Rory has invited piper Ed Coventry and drummer Anthony Munro from the Naracoorte Highland Pipe Band to join him on stage at the Naracoorte Town Hall

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for a musical number. Post show the entertainment continues with the full Naracoorte Pipe Band. At the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, Highland dancers from Mt Gambier’s Ardlair School of Dancing will perform on stage during the show, accompanied by Ed Coventry. After the show there will be more

dancing from Ardlair School with music provided by the Blue Lake Highland Pipe Band. LIMESTONE COAST PERFORMANCES: NARACOORTE TOWN HALL Thursday, August 11, 1pm Friday, August 12, 6pm SIR ROBERT HELPMANN THEATRE Monday, August 15, 1pm Tuesday, August 16, 7pm

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Wattle Range Council youth leadership program still seeking applications for specialised workshops It starts this weekend and there is still time to apply for a place in the Wattle Range Council Empowering Able Young Leaders Program – this first time the program has been run in the Limestone Coast. The first session is this Saturday, giving young people from the community an opportunity to become stronger and more confident community leaders. This free face-to-face program is for young people aged between 16-30 years who identify as having a disability, chronic illness, being blind or vision impaired, being deaf, neurodiverse and/or having lived experience of mental health issues. Wattle Range Council director development services Emma Clay said participants will be inspired by local community champions as they develop their leadership skills across four workshops. “Each of the workshops will have a different guest speaker and the topics covered have been customised from the highly regarded Youth Disability Advocacy Service course,” Ms Clay said. “Wattle Range is very excited to be the first council the Limestone Coast to deliver the program.” Program facilitator Jake Turner said he would be facilitating one of the workshops, where he will be sharing what it is like to live with a disability and how he has adapted to create opportunities throughout his life. “I am really looking forward to

supporting other young leaders through the program,” he said. Jake is council’s building surveyor, having previously worked in construction but when he suffered from heart failure several years ago, he had no choice but to transition into a less labour intense environment to preserve his health. He has since shifted his focus to transition his career, becoming a building professional in local government. Mary Irwin-Davies is the other facilitator of the inaugural leadership program. She was part of the Wattle Range Council team as senior asset management officer and has more recently had the opportunity take next step in her career at Ventia. She will however be returning to assist in the delivery of the program and like Jake, Mary has lived experience with disability and is very excited to get the course underway. With a degree in behavioural sciences and postgraduate qualifications in asset management Mary has always tried to use her skills to build capacity in her community. Some of her achievements as a volunteer have included working as a director for United Way Glenelg on projects to improve health, literacy, and financial security for the communities most vulnerable, being a field worker

and district national executive for an organisation helping new and expectant parents from low-socioeconomic background and writing press releases, grant applications and marketing plans for not for profit and school groups to increase their profile and funding opportunities. Most recently Mary has been appointed as the National Chair for the Asset Management Council’s Sustainability and Resilience Committee. The program will be held over three Saturdays from August 13 from 10am to 2pm in the Millicent Public Library. The fourth and final workshop on Friday, September 2, will be a late afternoon/evening workshop with a presentation dinner to celebrate. Application forms are available on Council’s website, or at any of the council offices or Library and should be submitted via email to council@wattlerange.sa.gov.au The four guest speakers that will be in the spotlight during the program are Brady Wilson, Tessa Deak, Shelley Irwin and Jed Altschwager (pictured).

It’s been almost six months since the opening of the new Naracoorte Library alongside the historic Town Hall, and the Naracorote Lucindale Council woyuld love to get some feedback from you. So, grab a cuppa when you’ve got a few spare minutes, and complete the Library User Satisfaction Survey. The survey - which can be completed online or by filling out hard copy forms available from the library and council offices in DeGaris Place - will help council understand your interaction with the library and the quality of service provided. The feedback will help the library team continue to provide the best possible service. The survey is anonymous and will close at 5pm on Monday, September 5. To complete the survey online, go to https://bit.ly/nlclibrarysurvey


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Port MacDonnell Community Complex sessions prove popular The Port MacDonnell Community Complex (PMCC) has hosted another successful school holiday program with craft sessions available every day. The program saw the return of special Monday craft activities. Jewellery creations with polymer beads were a hit week one, while other week one activities included pool noodle monsters, games bags

and weaving craft. The second week of the program began with biscuit jars as Monday’s special craft. Rock paintings followed which were turned into lovely photo holders. Children also got creative decorating money boxes to take home. Popular Storytime sessions continued on Tuesdays throughout the break with visitors joining regular locals for some morning entertainment. The Youth Area was incredibly busy for the full school holiday fortnight as well. Teens utilised the Port MacDonnell Community Complex as a space to come together while hiding from the inclement weather and various gaming consoles and the pool table also got a great workout. For more information about holiday activities, contact the Port MacDonnell Community Complex on (08)8738 3000 or pmcc@ dcgrant.sa.gov.au.

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Planting for the future 1. Year 1 students Evie Cole, Selena Dwyer & April Durbidge prepare to plant some natives in the swale 2. Ruby Evans (Year 5) with Macie Durbidge (Early Learning and Community Centre) 3. Jaxson Kennett (Early Learning and Community Centre) & Jackson McGrath (Year 5) 4. Betty Gill (Early Learning and Community Centre) & Therapu Dee (Year 6) 5. Payton Piera happily helping with planting the seedlings 6. Year 3 Students Harry Lucas, Oliver Liddle, Ned Kamphuis & Isaac Lindner

7. Dane O’Brien (Year 5) & Ethan Gilmore (Early Learning and Community Centre) 8. Isaac Lindner, Harry Lucas, Ellie Newell & Abbey Kroon 9. Year 2 students Nay Aung, Ronan Kapoor & Axel Makin 10. Year 1 student Joy Kulimushi puts the finishing touches after planting of one of the many natives propagated 11. Year 3 students Ava Hayden, Oliver Liddle, Mackenna Page & Ned Kamphuis 12. Sustainability coordinator Tom Linnell assists Poplars student Sophia Bunn with planting in the swale area of the college grounds SEE OPP. PAGE


Planting for the future Tenison Woods College teams with Noel Barr Toyota for National Tree Day Students from the Junior School, Poplars Inclusive Education Centre and the Early Learning and Community Centre participated in National Schools Tree Day at the end of last month. Plants and trees were propagated from the College’s indigenous garden and planted into the swale area. The college was fortunate to partner with Noel Barr Toyota who provided the project with gloves, shirts and hats for the day. Toyota Australia is a major sponsor of the annual event, with the goal of planting one million native trees every year. The program was established by Planet Ark in 1996, and has become Australia’s largest community tree planting and nature care event. National Tree Day is a call to

action for all Australians to get their hands dirty and a way to give back to the community. Tenison Woods College participate in this event each year. NATIONAL TREE DAY PLANTING AT TENISON WOODS COLLEGE: (Right) Year 3 Students planting the swale on Schools Tree Day - (front) Ellie Newell, Oliver Liddle, Mackenna Page, Isaac Lindner, Ava Hayden and (rear) principal David Mezinec, NedbKamphuis, Harry Lucas, Deputy Principal Michelle Coote, Noel Barr Toyota guest exerpeicen& marketing manager Courtney Fox, & Abbey Kroon. WORKING TOGETHER: (On the cover) Scarlet Ryan (Year 6) assisting children Aria Arun & Zara Graney (Early Learning and Community Centre)

Familiar face returns Limestone Coast Wine Show entries now open with a new cabernet award on offer Entries are open for the 2022 Limestone Coast Wine Show being held from October 17-21. The event is open to any producer who sources fruit from the Limestone Coast Zone, with online nominations open until Friday, August 19. Organisers are anticipating a strong response from exhibitors on the back of a high-quality vintage and revacabernet award up for grabs. The wine show committee’s Ulrich Grey-Smith said the event’s most popular class has been split into two categories according to vintage - the HR (Ron) Haselgrove Trophy for Best Cabernet Sauvignon up to 3 Years Old sponsored by the Wrattonbully Wine Region, and the Seguin Moreau-sponsored Trophy for Best Cabernet 4-6 Years Old. “The Limestone Coast produces Australia’s best Cabernet and the growing number of exceptional entries in this category reinforces the quality; Limestone Coast producers are really proud of what they are bottling and are willing to put it forward for judging scrutiny, so we want to make sure that they’re given the best possible

platform to shine,” he said. While entries of shiraz and red blends have remained steady over recent years, growth in the ‘Other Reds’ category has prompted organisers to split the Peter Wehl Trophy for Best Other Single Variety, categorising entries according to French or Iberian origin to not only capture style differences but reflect the rise of alternative varieties being grown locally. In further changes for 2022, the Museum trophy will award both a white and a red wine winner, while the Provenance class, which celebrates wines with consistency and strong cellaring potential, will have a single trophy rather than separate awards. Ulrich Grey-Smith said the changes in the trophy line-up reflect the evolving nature of the wine industry as producers respond to both local and global consumer trends and continue to innovate. “The Limestone Coast has a long

and proud history of winemaking, but it’s our progressive approach to all aspects of the craft from viticulture to marketing that ensures our continued success, and this is something that the wine show is really keen to celebrate,” he said. While last year’s show was judged by an all-South Australian line-up, this year’s event will also welcome judges from Western Australia, Victoria and Tasmania. The 2022 show will also see the return of the International Judges Trophy following a COVID pause, with the New Zealand editor of Gourmet Traveller Wine, Jane Skilton MW, accepting an invitation to take part. Jane (pictured above) last attended the event in 2016, declaring the 2014 Majella Shiraz her stand-out. Tasmania’s Stargazer Wines chief, Samantha Connew, the 2007 International Red Winemaker of the Year, will return for her third year as Chief of Judges, with judging set to take place at Penola’s Rymill Hall from Monday, October 17. The winners will be announced at a trophy dinner hosted by the Mount Benson and Robe wine regions on Thursday, October 20. The Wine Show’s new-look entry and records system can be accessed at https:// limestonecoastwine.com.au/ wine-show/

Triple choc pudding 185ml (3/4 cup) milk 80g unsalted butter 1 tsp vanilla extract 225g (1 1/2 cups) self-raising flour 155g (3/4 cup, firmly packed) brown sugar 30g (1/4 cup) cocoa powder 2 eggs, lightly whisked 3 (100g each) Lindt Excellence Smooth Blend 70% Cocoa Mild Dark chocolate block Cream or ice-cream (optional) to serve Sauce 140g (2/3 cup, firmly packed) brown sugar 30g (1/4 cup) cocoa powder 375ml (11/2 cups) boiling water Method Preheat the oven to 180C/160C fan forced. Lightly grease a 6cm deep, 20 x 30cm baking dish. Place the milk, butter and vanilla in a large microwave-safe bowl and microwave on High for 1-2 minutes or until the butter melts. Set aside to cool slightly. Use a balloon whisk to whisk the flour, brown sugar and cocoa into the cooled butter mixture. Add the egg and whisk gently until well combined. Transfer to the prepared dish. Place the dish on a baking tray. For the sauce, combine the sugar, cocoa powder and boiling water in a heatproof jug. Stir to combine. Pour sauce over the back of a large metal spoon, over the batter. Bake for 25 minutes. Gently place the chocolate blocks on top of the pudding to cover it. Bake for a further 1-2 minutes or until the chocolate melts slightly. Serve with cream or ice-cream, if you like.

CLASS OF 2021: (Left) The 2021 Limestone Coast Wine Show award winners. PHOTO COURTESY OF ADRIAN GALE (THE CHAPEL STUDIO)


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RURAL RUNDOWN Tackle winter weeds Limestone Coast Landscape Board here to help

ACROSS 1) Certain something about a person 5) Police officer’s wear 10) Biology lab supply 14) Some antelopes 15) Dye-yielding shrubs 16) Small salmon 17) Familiar pattern of events 20) Heirloom locale 21) Nobleman’s domain 22) Break from activity 25) Four times around the track, often 26) Chick-___-A (restaurant franchise) 29) Pie crust ingredient 31) Husk-wrapped dish 35) Biochemistry abbr. 36) Bridges in movies 38) Tennessee’s state flower 39) What’s just between us? 43) Acronym for bad PC info 44) Tony winner Uta 45) “Give it ___!” 46) Bar perches 49) Deaden 50) “Sure” 51) Pesky insects 53) Kunis of TV and film 55) Shuttle’s capacity 58) Be bombastic 62) Holistic health remedies 65) “___ want for Christmas IS ...” 66) Drew back, as a tide 67) Become unhinged 68) Lay ___ the line 69) An anagram for “asset” 70) Simple to do DOWN 1) Turkish politico (var.) 2) Word with “military” or “heating”

3) Tin Woodman’s fear? 4) Moving about 5) Candy purchase, sometimes 6) In___ event (regardless) 7) Potentially disastrous 8) Flash of light 9) Word with “de corps” 10) University professor, e.g. 11) “___ Jail” (Monopoly directive) 12) “Beg pardon ... “ 13) Angler’s pole 18) Spots that look like eyes 19) Fitzgerald the jazz legend 23) Common condiment 24) Pledged fidelity 26) They croak until they croak 27) Arctic native 28) Florida’s Key ___ 30) “Blowin’ in the Wind” singer Bob 32) Orderly grouping 33) Feudal lord 34) Legally prevent 37) Remove sticky stuff 40) Madhouse 41) 18-wheeler 42) As a whole 47) Country singer McCann 48) Some neck warmers 52) Bossa nova kin 54) Leave the couch 55) Attack with snowballs 56) Guthrie with a guitar 57) Financial millstone 59) Fictional tutor 60) Beverages steeped from leaves 61) Catch a glimpse of 62) “Bali___” (“South Pacific” song) 63) “A Raisin in the Sun” star Ruby 64) Passports, e.g.

With winter weather comes winter weeds and the Limestone Coast Landscape Board (LC Landscape Board) is encouraging landholders to be on the lookout. Limestone Coast Landscape Board southern operations team leader Nicole McGuiness said there was a range of priority declared weeds to be aware of this winter. “Landholders should be looking to control declared weeds such as Salvation Jane, Horehound, African boxthorn and Variegated thistle,” she said. “Preventing spread and decreasing weeds on your property benefits industry and most importantly the long-term sustainability of your land.” Early intervention and control of winter weeds can reduce control costs significantly as the young, emerging plants require less herbicide. This also allows desirable pasture species to thrive and out compete weed species. A priority weed for the LC Landscape Board this season is variegated thistle. Variegated thistle typically establishes where there are bare patches in pasture and with dry summer conditions, these paddocks are more prone to new weed infestations. Variegated thistle has shiny, mottled green leaves, deeply divided into toothed segments with short spines along the edges. Variegated thistle accumulates nitrate throughout its growth period, to levels that can be toxic to sheep. The weed becomes most palatable when it has wilted, this is also when nitrate levels are most dangerous. “It’s really important to treat this thistle well before it flowers in spring and with multiple treatments over the winter period,” Nicole said. “Seeds can remain dormant in soil for up to 9 years, however consistent and effective management of pre flowering

plants can reduce years of reemergence. Follow up control is key.” Sheep are often responsible for movement of variegated thistle seeds across pasture. Seeds can also spread by water, vehicles, machinery, or in hay, chaff, or silage. Landholders are encouraged to check their properties in particular along fence lines to prevent spread on to roadsides and neighbouring land. “Declared weeds do not recognise property boundaries. By working together we have the best chance of controlling priority pest plants in the region,” said Ms McGuiness.

Landholders have a legal responsibility, under the Landscape South Australia Act 2019, to control declared plants on their land. Landscape Officers for the LC Landscape Board are located all around the Limestone Coast and can help landholders with advice on weed control techniques, weed identification and resources to support best practice control. For more information or advice on pest plant and animal management in your area contact your local Landscape Officer or by calling the Limestone Coast Landscape Board on (08)8429 7550.

Training opportunities on offer Limestone Coast Food and Agribusiness Cluster Webinars August 4 to 19 (Online) A series of webinars aimed at food, beverage and agri-business producers on the Limestone Coast. These sessions will be short, punchy 1 hour sessions, bringing together a series of engaging and exceptionally knowledgeable presenters on a range of topics, including: Climate change and decision making, Limestone Coast regional branding for food, beverage and agri-business, Plant protein food trends – how can traditional farming tap into these new markets?, Managing climate risk on the Limestone Coast, Fighting food waste, Livestock emissions reduction – opportunities and Investment decisions for water related issues. The mission of the Limestone Coast Food and Agribusiness Cluster is to grow food, beverage and agribusiness in the Limestone Coast to increase the economic and food prosperity of the region by empowering people, inspiring collaboration and encouraging innovation. The Propsperous Farmer Podcast If you’re curious about adopting cutting edge cropping and livestock systems based on research this is the show for you. Hear from Woolumbool farmer and Nuffield scholar Graham Clothier (pictured) and agricultural advisor Felicity Turner about the innovative technologies and tools that have been trialled and implemented aimed at reducing pressures on natural resources and increasing productivity and profitability. What are these technologies and how do they grow your farm and profitability? Download from your favourite podcast app.


RURAL RUNDOWN First round of Local program returns funding on offer to face-to-face training Adapting to a changing climate

Improving soil health, carbon, farm diversification and water efficiency are just a taste of the project topics which have been successful in receiving funding through Round 1 of the Limestone Coast Landscape Board’s Adaptive Agriculture Grants 2022/23. Six projects in all gained funding in Round 1, with applications representing a diverse range of agricultural industries aiming to build knowledge and skills that support land management decisions and practices that build enterprise resilience and sustainability in a changing climate. The Limestone Coast Landscape Board team leader James Hall said the diversity of projects was terrific

and bodes well for a proactive approach by primary production enterprises to adjusting farm practices. “We are pleased to be able to offer Adaptive Agriculture grants that encourage proactive innovations and adaptations by our regional farming community,” he said. “Predictions of a drier climate with extreme weather events means that we must change how we farm and adopt new practices to remain productive and viable.” More detail about the successful projects can be found at https:// www.landscape.sa.gov.au/lc/ get-involved/grants-and-funding/ adaptive-agriculture-grants This project is funded by the Australian Government.

Tree orders now open Trees For Life can help you source the right native seedlings and provide all the expert advice and information you need. You can choose to grow your own, or have one of their volunteers grow your seedlings for you. Order your seedlings now and they’ll be ready to plant in winter 2023. Orders close August 31. Option 1: Grow your own seedlings If you opt to grow your own seedlings, we provide all the soil, seed, materials and instructions to successfully grow seedlings at home. You can order: Seedlings native to your region Large selection of indigenous trees, shrubs and grasses Full or half boxes of the same species. Each box holds about 50 seedlings Bundles of 100 tree guards and stakes Materials are available for collection in November from a depot near you. For more details, download our ordering brochure. Option 2: Request your own volunteer grower Tree Scheme volunteer growers can grow seedlings for you in their own backyard. If you are a rural landholder or involved in a community group, this could be the ideal way to access lots of plants to create native habitat and restore the land you love. Your role as a landholder: Maintain contact with your volunteer throughout the growing season from November-May Ensure you collect the plants from a venue convenient to your volunteer, for example their home (usually in the Adelaide region) Show appreciation for your volunteer’s time and effort (typically six months) Some Tree Scheme volunteers are happy to further contribute to your project by helping plant the seedlings they grew. If they agree and you intend to host a planting day, it’s important to plan ahead and provide ample tools, equipment and refreshments.

Post-COVID building of relationships in focus While working from home is considered the ‘new normal’ for many, face-to-face contact is still crucial for relationship building, providing the ideal forum for exchanging ideas, and developing strategies. After two and a half years, the long overdue catch-up with the S&W Seed Company’s territory managers was well received,” said Tim Francis, national sales manager of S&W Seed Company Australia. “The four-day program was a great example of how these events increase morale, strengthen internal relationships, and recognise and reward the efforts everyone has put in over the past year.” A review of newly released and developing varieties was also conducted to ensure the best products are selected to expand the company’s product offering in the next twelve to eighteen months. Territory managers visited several sites and participated in a tour of S&W’s state-of-the-art, fully automated seed coating plant in Keith. Mr Francis said seeing the facility in operation was, for many of the territory managers, the first time they had witnessed this process, and all came away being suitably impressed. The team also gained firsthand knowledge about the operations of both the Wingfield and Penfield facilities during the site visits, learning about future marketing and sales strategies. There were opportunities to spend valuable time with farmers to gain meaningful feedback and exchange information. The territory managers spent one day in the paddock with S&W’s lucerne breeder, Joanne Williams who demonstrated the new salt-tolerant varieties being prepared for the commercial market. As a result of the program, Cameron Henley (pictured above top right), the newly appointed managing director of international business, was able to provide the company with a platform for sharing ideas and experiences, learning, connecting, and planning for the future. “With S&W’s ambitious growth plans in mind, the event helped to create a clear path forward. By bringing together like-minded individuals, the program created a positive vibe and helped reinforce the team culture,” he said. Meanwhile, Mr Francis said as COVID-related restrictions prevented the team from catching up over the past two years, this gathering was crucial. “We are looking forward to the next 12–18 months with the launch of some exciting new products in the Australian market,” he said.

SALT TOLERANTE LUCERNE IN FOCUS: (Belowb top) Joanne Williams discussing the new salt tolerant lucerne with S&W territory managers at Keith. STATE-Of-THE-ART FACILITY: The S&W territory managers inspecting the state-of-the-art seed coating and packaging facility at Keith. TRAINING SESSION: (Below bottom) S&W territory managers training session at the company’s Penfield facility.


RURAL RUNDOWN Sustainability projects Limestone Coast Lanscape Board hands out grants

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY Agents yarded 1585 head at Hamilton where the quality was mixed from good to plain with again a more even yarding. The offering comprised of 1235 lambs and 350 sheep. The regular field of buyers attended however there was no store competition and not all processers operated. Despite this, the market was very strong resulting in the market for all lambs to the trade to be $20 to $35/head stronger and more in places. Sheep were $10 to $15/head dearer. Light Lambs 12kg to 16 kg sold to $92/head. Light trade lambs 18kg to 22kg made from $140 to $178/head averaging between 732c and 829c/kg cwt. Medium trade lambs 22kg to 26 kg made from $150 to $190/head averaging around 680c to 758/kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold to $202/head. Hoggetts made to $154/head. The small offering of sheep consisting mainly of crossbred ewes, witnessed heavy ewes to $180/head. General run of mutton was selling to average between 525c and 626c/kg cwt. Terminal rams sold to $75/ head.

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE

Grant funding has been allocated by the Limestone Coast (LC) Landscape Board to 13 projects across the region. This year is the third round of the program and will see more than $200,000 in grants distributed across the Limestone Coast community. The Grassroots Grants program aims to support eligible individuals, volunteers, schools, community organisations, First Nations and notfor profit groups working towards sustainable land management. LC Landscape Board chair Penny Schulz said the Grassroots Grants program has produced some fantastic outcomes over the last two rounds. “Mount Burr Trails were a recipient last year and the funding has assisted them with weed control and planting

new vegetation at their Mt Burr community site,” Ms Schulz said. “The trails are a beautiful place for families to visit and the new vegetation will provide habitat for the native animals that exist in the Mt Burr area.” Previous Grassroots Grants recipient MacKillop Farm Management Group has been able to investigate the outcomes of applying various organic amendments to sandy soil in the Hatherleigh region. CEO Meg Bell said this had provided the opportunity to compare organic amendments with more conventional amendments and gain an understanding of how these might be used for Limestone Coast businesses and farming practices,

to ensure they are sustainable and resilient. “Success in this round of grants has ensured we can continue to develop resources that support primary producers in the Limestone Coast,” Ms Bell said. “It is not too soon to start thinking about how Grassroots Grants could assist with your community project.” Funding for next year will be open in March 2023. To find out more about this year’s recipients and their projects please visit our website www.landscape.sa.gov. au/lc FUNDING RECIPIENT: Andrew Skeer – host farmer for the MacKillop Management Group trial site and Senior Project Officer for Limestone Coast Landscape Board Megan McCrae

Numbers lifted in Mount Gambier as agents yarded 413 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker competition. Cows made up almost half of the offering with a much improved penning of grown steers and bullocks also coming forward where pricing ranged from firm to a little better in places. Yearling steers to the trade made up to 500c with similar heifers making to 452c/kg. Feeder orders sourced steers from 485c to 510c and heifers to 425c/kg as restockers operated from 440c to 530c on the steers, and to 480c/kg for heifers. Grown steers and bullocks made from 400c to 420c to the trade with feeder activity from 428c to 495c/ kg. Grown heifers ranged from 360c to 470c to the trade with feeders operating from 357c to 460c as manufacturing steers reached 380c/kg. Heavy cows held firm in price as they returned from 336c to 380c/kg with the lighter types to the trade making from 282c to 334c with some feeder support from 255c to 334c/kg. Bulls ranged from 250c to 330c/kg.

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Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers rose last week as agents yarded 534 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to a larger field of trade and processor buyers however not all of these were fully active. Quality continues to be mixed as we head towards the end of winter with buyers picking there way through the pens in a mixed market for price. Yearling steers to the trade made from 420c to 571c for lighter weights with similar heifers making from 420c to 510c/kg. Feeders were operating from 428c to 482c on the steers and from 435c to 446c on heifers as restockers sought steers to 526c and heifers to 480c/kg. Grown steers to trade buyers ranged from 440c to 460c with feeder activity from 445c to 470c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 300c to 450c with feeders active to 405c/kg. Manufacturing steers reached 390c/kg. Heavy weight cows rose 4c as they returned from 340c to 386c/kg. The light weight lines made from 240c to 329c, with some feeder support to 260c/kg. Bulls ranged from 250c to 330c/kg.

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers fell away sharply after the results of the week before and the sales last week as agents yarded just 315 lambs and 497 sheep to total a combined 812 head. These sold to a smaller field of trade and processor buyers with not all of these being active. There were insufficient lambs to provide a quote as the sheep sold to slightly softer rates. Hoggets sold to $105 as light ewes ranged from $70 to $104/head. Medium weighted sheep made from $105 to $122 with the heavy lots making from $126 to the high of $153/head. A small number of wethers sold from $110 to $155/head.

AUCTION (If not sold prior)

When: Friday 16th Sep 11am Where: Port MacDonnell Football Club

249 Skene Road is on two Free-Hold Titles, containing 197.25 Ac. (79.83 Ha). Located in prime quality fattening area of Moorak/ Kongorong. Easily accessible via Skene Road, 1km south of Kongorong Road, 18 kms west of Mount Gambier. The property is divided into six paddocks, watered by two equipped mills and one dam. Flat to slightly undulating land with surface limestone reefs. The property is being offered with a 5,000 kl water holding. Lic.13043. Structural improvements consist of timber cattle yards & solar pump on dam.

Contact Owen Pettingill Phone: 0423 522 778 owenpettingill@gmail.com RLA: 170985


MY PROPERTY STUNNING TOWNHOUSE 2 /11 Allison Street, Mount Gambier

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Gebhardt’s are pleased to present 2/11 Allison Street. A beautiful townhouse located in a quiet group of 4 and just across the road from the Hospital. Expansive open plan living with plenty of modern features throughout including gas ducted heating. Lovely kitchen with gas cooktop, electric oven, dishwasher and great cupboard storage. The spacious master bedroom is situated at the front of the home and is carpeted with a walk-in wardrobe and gorgeous ensuite that includes a vanity, shower and toilet. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are both of generous sizing with bedroom 2 having a

built-in robe. Central three-way powder room, bathroom and toilet. The bathroom includes a deep spa bath to relax in and enjoy. Off the main living areas, double glass doors lead you to the outside pergola which is a great space for entertaining and overlooks the small and established backyard. Double car garage under the main roof with internal access to the home. A perfect opportunity to invest with a fantastic long-term corporate tenant currently occupying the property – leased at $435 per week until November 2022. The sale of the home also includes all of the furniture.

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- Build your dream home or luxury townhouses on this large 1137m2 allotment amongst the serenity in this beautiful, unique & private setting - The Lakes Area has very few remaining vacant allotments - so don’t miss your chance! - Town water supply & sewer will be connected while power & NBN is available Gail Richards 0409 268 199 LAND 3/17 SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER $439,000-$479,000

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FOR SALE PRICES STARTING FROM $180,000 2 O’Dea Road, Suttontown SA 5291 Contact: Brenton Leggett 0438 344 042

Aprrox Land Size: Ranging from 3,617m2 - 5,801.2m2 • • • • •

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10 Kurrajong Street, Mount Gambier SA 5290

17 Holloway Crescent, Mount Gambier SA 5290

Contact: Brenton Leggett 0438 344 042

Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

Approx Land Size: 856m2

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• Comprising of 3 bedrooms all a good size, centrally located bathroom with bath, near new vanity and separate toilet • Cosy lounge plus 2nd living area with slow combustion heating Timber decking at both the front and rear of the home gives you 2 outdoor entertaining areas.

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Lot 98 Ridge Road, OB Flat SA 5291

Contact: Vicki Quinn 0417 804 782

Contact: Brenton Leggett 0438 344 042

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FOR SALE $140,000

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The Cutting Crew, Mt Gambier $130,000 + Stock Open by appointment

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Rental 1/13 Gordon Street, Mt Gambier $270 P/W Available: 23/11/2022

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Close to the Mt Gambier District Hospital and Market Place shopping centre, accessed via a driveway leading to a double garage. The master bedroom benefits from a bay window, a walk-in robe and an ensuite. The main bathroom boasts a separate shower and bath, a vanity and a separate toilet. An open plan kitchen, dining and living space offers RCAC, a wood fire, surround sound and access to the alfresco pergola which has a BBQ connected to town gas. The kitchen has stone benchtops, a walk-in pantry, b/ bar, d/washer and an electric oven and a gas cooktop. Three double bedrooms each benefit from BIR’s. Outside, a powered, high clearance 9m x 6m shed boasts a built-in workshop and marine carpet. A second garden shed has concrete flooring and a wood shed. Additional benefits include, ducted heating throughout, sprinkler system, a 1000L rainwater tank, a cubby house, chook house and vegetable patches and fruit trees, just to name a few.


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

2/11 Allison Street

$420,000-$445,000

1 Eucalypt Drive

Royal Copenhagen Ice Creamery & Café

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$2,000,000

Outstanding Investment Opportunity Fantastic returns. Strong tenant in Green Triangle Recyclers. Land size – 9,041m2 approx. Long term lease. Huge high clearance multi accessible shed of approx. 2,340m2 Plus approx. 100m2 of amenities, lunchroom & offices. Zoned – City of Mount Gambier. Well known corner site - high exposure

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$250,000 + SAV BUSINESS ONLY Located at 7 Commercial St East within the central hustle & bustle of Mt Gambier is this well established dessert bar & coffee house. Quality plant & equipment, beautifully fitted & inviting décor giving it a relaxed & welcoming ambience.

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12 Lake Terrace West

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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.

7-9 Ingleby Street

$499,000-$539,000

$325,000-$340,000 6 2 Great investment opportunity with this Mount Gambier stone duplex. Fully tenanted until 2023 - both sides comprising of three bedrooms and one bathroom. Large allotment of approx. 1,453m2 with great potential for the keen investor.

A wonderful investment opportunity, high exposure location and appealing upgrades. Fully let premises - large block over 1,120m2 with room to extend. Ample off street parking. Contact Agent for full details.

This coastal property is sure to appeal with an unbeatable central location and a stones throw from the sea! A deceptively large property with heaps of shedding all on low maintenance easy care grounds.

Crystal Vision Relaxation Centre

Hurst Camera House

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$60,000 + SAV (approx. $130,000) BUSINESS ONLY Be your own boss and take advantage of this fantastic opportunity. Well known and respected to the region plus all over Australia - selling crystals, jewellery, incense, clothing plus much more.

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$160,000 + SAV

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Amazing opportunity to build your dream home or holiday getaway. Stunning ocean views, large allotment approx. 5,014m2. Power passing with plenty of room for a home and shedding. Hard to find seafront location near coastal township of Port MacDonnell.

30 Shepherdson Road

58 Milstead Street, Port MacDonnell

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Lot 105 Eight Mile Creek Road, EMC

$369,000-$379,000 4 1 1 A home that has plenty to offer and is sure to impress. Many upgrades have been made over time - there is a large bonus second living area and convenient rear yard access. All ready for you to simply move in and enjoy.

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Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

26 Coolabah Street

Perfectly located alongside the hospital and only a minute or two to the Market Place this low maintenance easy care property is sure to appeal. A fantastic long term corporate tenant paying $435 p/w makes this an easy set and forget investment. The property comes fully furnished.

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Gebhardts Property Management

5 William Street

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Quality Lakes location in quiet cul-desac – warming elevated views. Perfect family home with two living areas plus office/4th bedroom. Close to Blue Lake and City Centre. Currently leased.

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$320 pw 3 2 1 • 3 bedrooms, main w/ensuite & w/ robe • Open plan kitch/meals area • Main bathroom w/corner spa & sep toilet • Ducted gas heat & r/c aircon • 2 outdoor entertaining areas • Single garage UMR with internal access • No Pets

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$430 pw 3 2 1 • 3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe & ensuite • Built in robes in bedrooms 2 & 3 • Open plan kitchen/Dine/Family with dishwasher, gas cooktop & electric oven • Formal lounge • Study Nook • Undercover patio • Single garage UMR • Gas central heating & reverse cycle air conditioning • Secure yard • No pets

Avail Now Commercial • Approximately 187m2 • Concrete floor • Roller door clearance approximately 3.9m • Sliding door clearance approximately 4.3m • Available now


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74.3 acres (approx) | 3 Living Areas 357 Commercial Street West, Mt Gambier $2,300,000

11,000m (approx) Jason Malseed 2

‘Mt Salt Homestead’ - Mt Schank E.O.I Price Range: $1.5m - $1.65m

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2 6 Jason Malseed

14 Cobb & Co Way, Robe Contact Agent

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2 2 Karyn Prelc

15 Elm Grove, Lobethal $635,000 - $665,000

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2 3 Karyn Prelc

2A Clarke Street, Penola Contact Agent

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1 3 Karyn Prelc

LAND

“Glendale” 3306 Princes Highway, Drumborg Auction Friday 12th August 2022 at 12pm (AEST - Onsite)

125 acres (approx) Jason Malseed

LAND

135 Cemetery Road, Kalangadoo Auction Friday 9th September 2022 at 11am (unless sold prior)

44 Forest Drive, Happy Valley Highest & Best by 17th August (unless sold prior)

20 acres (approx)

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2 3 Jason Malseed

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COMMERCIAL LAND

26 & 28 McCourt Street, Millicent Highest & Best Offers by 25th August 5pm (unless sold prior)

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2 2 Wendy Flint

119 Roach Road, Lucindale 27x12m Shed | 1.68ha (approx) $300,000 - $330,000 Jason Malseed + Karyn Prelc


Jason 0419 032 795

Bronwyn 8724 9999

Wendy Karyn 0468 692 993 0402 268 137

Kelli 8724 9999

Nadene 8724 9999

39 Montebello Drive, Mt Gambier Contact Agent

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Kathy 8733 1989

Bek 8724 9999

Selena 8724 9999

Sam 8724 9999

2 6 Jason Malseed

BLOCK OF UNITS

1-5/8 Powell Street, Mt Gambier Highest & Best by 5pm 18th Aug (u.s.p)

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1 1 Jason Malseed

Water Licence, Glenburnie Holding approx 133,480 KL Best Offers by 2nd Sept 5pm (u.s.p) Jason Malseed

8.5 acres (approx) 157 Bahgallah Road, Casterton $755,000 - $775,000

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3/33 Shelton Street, Mt Gambier $250,000 - $270,000

1 Ireland Street, Millicent $300,000

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1 1 Wendy Flint

FOR LEASE

Available Now

Available Now

Available 02/09

2/111 Commercial Street West, Mt Gambier Commercial Contact Agent Jason Malseed

Shop 1/1A Elizabeth Street, Mt Gambier Commercial $15,000 + GST + Outgoings Jason Malseed

4 William Street, Mt Gambier 4 1 $395 per week To apply tenantoptions.com.au

Available 23/08

Available 23/08

Available Now

7B Limestone Court, Mt Gambier 2 1 1 $360 per week To apply tenantoptions.com.au

16 Creek Street, Mt Gambier 3 1 $380 per week To apply tenantoptions.com.au

15A Hart Street, Mt Gambier 4 1 2 $480 per week To apply tenantoptions.com.au


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

Rental

LOT 1 & 2 DARTMOOR-CASTERTON ROAD, DARTMOOR

20 BLACKWOOD STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

$550 PER WEEK

E.O.I BY FRIDAY 19TH AUGUST 2022 AT 12 NOON

ONE OF A KIND RENTAL OPPORTUNITY

Bond $3,300. Pets Negotiable. Are you currently paying rent for a house plus an office or business premises? We have just the property for you, a place to reside and operate your business all in the one location. This well -presented property is situated in an employment (industrial) zone. Inside Features: 2 Large bedrooms with built in robes. Modern kitchen with electric cooking, ample cupboards & draws, breakfast bar, dishwasher and a large pantry. Separate Dining. Lounge with slow combustion wood heating & R/C A/C. Spacious bathroom with bath, shower & vanity. Modern laundry & large mudroom area with plenty of storage. Outside Features: Expansive 1028m2 allotment. 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. Spectacular enclosed outdoor entertaining with a pot belly wood fire, bar, dedicated bbq area & second toilet. Private fully fenced front yard. Low maintenance rear yard. Bitumen driveway.

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13 JUBILEE HIGHWAY WEST, MOUNT GAMBIER

118 ACRES

118 ACRES OF FARMING LAND

Green Triangle Real Estate are pleased to present for sale approximately 118 acres of farmland located in Dartmoor, split into two titles, both with frontage to the iconic Glenelg River. Allotment 1 consists of 19ha (46 acres). Allotment 2 offers 29.2ha (72 acres) with timber cattle yards, hay shed, upgraded fencing & a good stock water supply. The property would make an ideal fattening / out block. Dont miss out on a rare opportunity to purchase this picturesque property with frontage to the Iconic Glenelg River. An inspection will not disappoint, call our office today to book an appointment.

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

1-3 Anniefield Lane

$350 PER WEEK CENTRALLY LOCATED 3 BEDROOM HOME

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Bond $2,100. Pets negotiable. Centrally located to all amenities. Short distance to Commercial Street. 3 bedrooms, 2 with built in robes. Kitchen with electric cooking and separate dining. Lounge with gas heating. 2nd living area also offers gas heating. 2 way bathroom with bath, shower, toilet & Vanity. Laundry with second toilet. Single garage under main roof. Large shed / workshop with loft.

WATER WANTED

in the Management Area of Kongorong

Contact Garth Manser on 0417 071 180


It’s the perfect time to say thank you Aged Care Employee Day a chance to shine a light on the business of caring

It is an industry under pressure and on Sunday it was a time to just stop and reflect and say thank you to the many people who play a role in our aged care industry. Aged Care Employee Day featured a #ThanksforCaring social media campaign with videos, stories and photographs acknowledging Australia’s aged care workers. Having watched their staff navigate the past couple of years, where the aged care sector has been challenged like never before, Boandik was keen to acknowledge their hard working and dedicated workforce. Boandik interim chief executive Glenn Rappensberg said it was always important to honour those who care for our older Australians and that the influence COVID had played in heightening the caring aspect of staff roles made this

year’s day of celebration even more important. “Let’s take a moment and think about the people behind the scenes who provide care and support for our loved ones, and give them the recognition they deserve,” he said. “It’s been an immensely challenging eighteen months for our people, and—more broadly— for aged care workers in general, both in residential and home care services. “During this time, many families and friends were unable to visit their loved ones in care for sustained periods. “We can only imagine how distressing this must have been.” And it was during this time, it often fell to nurses, carers, and other staff at organisations like Boandik to make up for that loss of family contact.

“Take time to think of the nurses, carers, chefs, cleaners, gardeners, laundry staff, lifestyle coordinators, community support workers, and administration staff when you next visit a loved one in aged care,” Mr Rappensberg said. Aged Care Employee Day acknowledges the more than 360,000 people who care for and support around 1.3 million older Australians who receive aged care services. THANKS FOR CARING: (Above from left) Case manager Kylie Hicks at Boandik Community Care; Maxine McInnes volunteer & employee at Lake Terrace and Boandik gardener Daryl Naismith; (right) enrolled nursie Emma Outtra at St Marys and (below from left) carer Montanna Millard at Crouch Street & enrolled nurse Hardeep Kaur at Crouch Street

Honouring a Naracoorte icon during SALA festival ‘A Little bit of Love with a Cherry on the Top’ is a celebration of the influence and artistic practice of the late Vanita Hutchinson, which continues to live in the artists young and old who she nurtured and worked alongside. It is a Naracoorte Art Gallery’s South Australian Living Artists (SALA) exhibition. Vanita was a career art teacher with the Department of Education, long time Naracoorte Art Gallery Board member, karaoke queen, an arts leader and accomplished artist in her own right. This wonderful body of work is from a medley of artists who have eclectically joined together to celebrate their little bit of love for Vanita. The exhibition will be on display until September 11. IMAGE CREDIT: Vanita to the Max by Berlinda Carroll

A new round of funding on offer for community projects The opening round of Naracoorte Lucindale Council’s popular annual Community Chest Program is now open for 2022-23. The Community Chest Program aims to encourage, develop and support community and sporting groups to increase usage of local facilities, foster development of community services, activities and events, providing opportunities for community participation and benefitting residents of Naracoorte Lucindale Council. Up to $20,000 is available for distribution in this opening round with grants generally restricted to a maximum of $3000. The guidelines and application form are available from the Naracoorte Lucindale Council offices and website and must be returned on or before 4pm Friday, September 2. Funding decisions should be advised by September 30. Go to the website at https://bit.ly/ nlccommchest for more details and to access an application.


Finding the drive to succeed Small favour more than five decades ago spawns career change for Allan Scott Allan Scott took some time away from the family dairy farm to help out a mate for a couple of weeks and that innocuous gesture turned out to be life changing. Allan (pictured foreground with son Bryan) never went back to life on the farm but instead threw himself into the earth moving industry. What was supposed to be simply giving a mate a hand at Gambier Earth Movers in 1972 saw Allan take up a full time position in July of that year and driving a loader became Allan’s daily routine. Fifty years on and Allan now runs his own business, going out on his own to establish Scotty’s Loader Services in 2003 to work side by side with his son and he still gets up every morning, ready to kick his loader into action, working on rads, house blocks and on farm. Born and bred in Mount Gambier, Allan started his schooling at Mil Lel Primary School, headed to East Gambier Primary School (now Melaleuca Park) and did one year at Mount Gambier High School before departing the classroom to milk cows with his father on the family farm. That farm was basically around the Kennedy Avenue and Red Oak Place area – now a sea of houses –

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with many of that ever expanding development having been set up by the loader work of Allan Scott. “Empak Homes bought the land from us,” Allan said and through his three decades with GEM and now out on his own, that relationship with Empak Homes has only grown stronger. The chance to set up a small family business was too big a temptation for Allan to ignore and now that he has grandchildren and great grandchildren living in the Riverland, the chance to sneak off for visits courtesy of being his own boss has proved a masterstroke. Aside from being the boss, though, the work remained the same and Allan remains the master of the loader while his son Bryan works the alternative smaller machinery. Allan still remembers the first house he knocked down in his new role as a loader driver – it was a house on the corner of North Terrace where the Conroe Heights shops were eventually built – and from that starting point he just kept getting the job done right through to Bishop Road. And while Empak Homes was the major developer, work was also done for GJ Gardner and Angelo

Macera in those early years. When you spend 50 years in an industry, you certainly witness some significant changes and Allan remembers going through five different loaders as technology advanced during his time at GEM

and he is on his fourth loader as a owner-operator. “The first loaders were like a wheelbarrow with an engine,” Allan said. “Now everything is computerised. The cab is enclosed and you have air conditioning

and shock absorbers. The changes have been huge.” Getting up and going to work every day, despite being on the cusp of turning 76, Allan believes it keeps both your mind and body active.

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Mechanical Engineer Based at Mount Gambier Full Time OneFortyOne is looking for a Mechanical Engineer to join the Jubilee Sawmill. The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for providing solutions that service our modern sawmill. The role will solve issues from conception through to implementation. 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 design from conception, implementation of capital projects and process improvement projects The ability to manage projects throughout their entirety to achieve milestones The ability to 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 Mechanical Engineering qualification or experience / suitable education or trade background

We work in a fast paced and changing work environment, so being able 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 14 August 2022.

Timber Processing Employees Based at Mount Gambier Full Time At OneFortyOne, we promote an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas, and experience. We are always interested in talented people with industry specific knowledge, which includes those with transferrable skills and experience from other industries. OneFortyOne is offering the opportunity for experienced operators to join our Sawmill operations in the following areas: Green Processing: 4-day week Mon-Thurs, Rotating Day / Afternoon Shift • •

Greenmill - Machine Operators Forklift Operators – experience 10t and above

Dry Processing: 4-day week, Mon-Fri, rolling day off each week, Rotating Day / Afternoon Shift • •

Drymill - Machine Operators Forklift Operators

Kilns: 4 shift roster, Rotating Day/Afternoon/Night shift •

Forklift experience desirable but not essential

Applicants must be able to demonstrate previous experience and or clearly outline transferable skills from another industry. To be part of a safe, results-driven and rewarding team please email a cover letter indicating the position you are applying for and current Resume to: karen.shanahan@onefortyone.com Application close Wednesday 31 August 2022.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Karen Shanahan karen.shanahan@onefortyone.com

For information regarding the above listed positions please contact Karen Shanahan in confidence on; +61 87212 732.

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Low Loader Operator We are seeking an experienced Heavy Haulage Float Operator to operate an expandable float and dolly combination that includes the loading, securing, transport and unloading of various earth moving and other equipment. Where required we will assist in the training and upskilling of the successful applicant. Skills and qualifications: • Current ‘MC’ class motor vehicle licence • Experience in operating float and dolly combinations an advantage but not essential • Earthmoving and quarrying equipment operation • Attention to detail with load restraining • Understanding of applicable heavy vehicle road regulations an advantage but not essential • Ability to communicate with management and other team members

Bitumen Sprayer Operator There is an opportunity available for an enthusiastic Sprayer Operator to be part of our bitumen operations. You will be responsible for the control and operation of our Bitumen Sprayer performing bituminous works for the company. We will look at applicants with limited or no spraying experience, but who come from a civil plant operator background and who is prepared to undertake training. Skills and qualifications: • Experience as a Bitumen Sprayer Operator (preferred), or proven ability in the operation of mobile civil plant and equipment • Current HR Licence (minimum) • Dangerous Goods Drivers Licence (or ability to successfully undertake training and medicals to acquire) • General Construction Induction Card • Ability to communicate with management, team members and clients

2 tsp olive oil 4 (about 200g each) chicken breast fillets 300g dried penne pasta 400g can cherry tomatoes 625ml (2 1/2 cups) Massel Organic Chicken Liquid Stock 400g bottle passata 3 garlic cloves, crushed 1/2 tsp caster sugar 100g pancetta slices, coarsely chopped 60g baby spinach 100g (1 cup) pre-grated 3 cheese blend Method Preheat oven to 200C/180C fan forced. Heat the oil in a 4cmdeep, large flameproof baking tray over medium-high heat. Add the chicken , top-side down, and cook for 5 minutes or until golden brown. Turn and cook for 2 minutes then transfer to a plate. Spread the pasta over the tray. Pour over the tomatoes and their liquid. Combine the stock , passata , garlic and sugar in a jug. Pour the mixture over the pasta and stir until combined. Add the pancetta then nestle the chicken, top-side up, into the pasta mixture without covering in the sauce. Cover the tray tightly with foil and roast for 35 minutes. Add the spinach and use a wooden spoon to gently press into the mixture to wilt. Sprinkle with cheese and return to the oven for 10 minutes or until the cheese is melted and golden. Season and serve immediately.

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Both positions are full time with the availability of an immediate start offering above award industry rates, ongoing training and support. For further information about this position or the Company please contact Tom Dolan, Logistics Manager on 0408 167 404. Written applications, including the names and contact details of at least (2) two referees, must be addressed to: The Operations Manager Gambier Earth Movers Pty Ltd PO Box 378 Mount Gambier, SA, 5290 or alternatively emailed to: admin@gem-group.com.au and should be received by 5.00pm Friday 26 August 2022.

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500g dried rigatoni 120g baby spinach, roughly chopped 500g fresh ricotta 2 middle bacon rashers, finely chopped 1/2 cup thickened cream 1/2 cup milk 1/4 cup finely chopped fresh herbs (see notes) 2 x 150g tubs chunky roasted pumpkin with cashew and parmesan dip 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 1/3 cups tomato passata 1 cup grated mozzarella 1 tbsp lemon juice 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 60g baby rocket Method Cook pasta , following packet directions. Drain well. Return to pan. Combine spinach , ricotta , bacon , cream , milk , herbs , dip and eggs in a large bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Fold 1⁄4 of spinach mixture through pasta. Preheat oven to 200C/180C fan-forced. Grease a 25cm (base) round springform pan. Line base and side with baking paper. Arrange pasta, standing upright, in prepared pan. Spoon remaining spinach mixture over pasta, pushing mixture into pasta holes to fill. Top with passata . Sprinkle with mozzarella . Place on a large baking tray. Cover with greased foil. Bake for 40 minutes. Remove foil. Bake a further 15 minutes or until golden. Stand in pan for 20 minutes to cool. Meanwhile, whisk lemon juice and oil in a medium bowl. Season with salt and pepper. Add rocket . Toss to coat. Remove pie from pan. Transfer to a serving board. Top with a little of the rocket mixture. Cut into wedges. Serve with remaining rocket mixture.


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BrainTeaser 1. Who played the lead character Jamal Malik in the award winning 2008 movie Slumdog Millionaire? 2. What name was the Indian city Chennai previously known as? 3. Babar Azam is the captain of which country’s national cricket team? 4. Which city would you be visiting if you were at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground? 5. Who did Queen Elizabeth II succeed? 6. Who is Australia’s GovernorGeneral? 7. Rear Admiral is the top rank in which branch of the defence forces? 8. Which political party did former US President Jimmy Carter represent? 9. Who is Australia’s Treasurer? 10. In which individual event did South Aussie Kyle Chalmers win gold at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games? 11. How many SANFL premiership have the Port Adelaide Magpies won? 12. Former world number ones Lleyton Hewitt and Andre Agassi both worked with which respected Australian tennis coach? 13. What was the name of the Home & Away character that thrust Bec Cartwright into the spotlight? 14. Which Australian State would

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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 3-3-2-1 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-30-33 Financially a very progressive period, and some luck in money matters also. People whom you already know could be of help. There are some exciting surprises in your romantic life coming up.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 3-2-6-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-25-40-44-45

Some travel plans could go astray, but wherever you go or whatever you do will be very successful. Someone you have not been sure about will show their value.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 2-3-5-6 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-25-36-39-3 Reasonable period for your romantic interludes and new friendships, but keep out of the way of irritating people to keep peace and harmony at your place. Keep your eye open for business deals.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 2-3-2-1 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-8-33

you be visiting if you were walking along Cottesloe Beach? 15. Which 293 game player pulled on the boots for the last time at the weekend for the West Coast Eagles? 16. Caroline Kennedy and the late John Kennedy Jr are the children of which former US President? 17. Who was mining magnate Gina Rinehart’s father? 18. With which music genre do we associate the award winning artist Gina Jeffreys? 19. Annie’s Song and Rocky Mountain High were hits by which

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US singer that died in a plane crash in 1997? 20. Australia’s tallest mountain Mount Kosciusko is part of which mountain range? 21. Through which Australian State does the Franklin River flow? 22. Known as MONA – what does that anacronym stand for when referring to the iconic museum in Hobart? 23. Who painted the Mona Lisa? 24. The 1998 romantic drama Ever After starring Drew Barrymore, is a reimagination of which classic fairytale? 25. Bringing us such classic ballets as Peter and the Wolf and Romeo and Juliet, composer Sergei Prokofiev was born in which country? 26. Which F. Scott Fitzgerald character did Oscar winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio play in the 2013 remake of the literary great’s novel? 27. In which US State would you be if you were visiting Graceland – the home of Elvis Presley? 28. I Am Woman was the signature hit of which Melbourne born singer? 29. Who is the Victorian Premier? 30. At which Australian racetrack is the W. S. Cox Plate run? 31. Which trainer and jockey are most closely associated with champion mare Winx? 32. What date is considered to be the generic birthday for all horses? 33. Who is captain of the Australian Diamonds? 34. Who was Elizabeth Taylor’s first husband? 35. What was the name of Taylor Swift’s debut studio album? 36. How many World Championships did F1 driver Michael Schumacher win? 37. The final race of the 2022 Formula One season will be run in which United Emirates city? 38. Which couple eventually got married in the 2008 movie Sex and the City? 39. Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher was the daughter of which two entertainment industry heavyweights? 40. Who created the Star Wars movie franchise?

Because of sudden travel arrangements, your love life could suffer a bit. But business and finances should also benefit and add some bargains to your extra buying power.

LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Mauve Racing Numbers: 2-3-2-3 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-3-36-39-5

Tact and diplomacy will get you a long way now, so keep out of trouble with loved ones by not getting involved with things that do not concern you. Money should be a little easier to come by.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 2-1-3-5 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-40-22 People in the position to help you could do so now if approached correctly. Try not to be too critical about loved ones; it will only lead to conflict among the family members.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 2-6-9-8 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 8-12-5-16-20-33

Significant changes are coming up, and many of them are because of some new friendships. Keep a close eye on your possessions as lending or borrowing something that might not come back is not a reasonable period.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 2-1-3-6 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-40-33 There should be much happier times ahead and more interest in you personally. The romance department looks good but keeps your cool if a new romance is developing, it might take time to adjust.

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Pink Lucky Day: Monday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 1-5-9-6 Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-4-20-29

People might not be too keen on sharing your ideas, and you might have to make up your mind on your own as to whether or not to tell them your thoughts in the first place. Meeting new people could help you in some way to get ahead in your endeavours.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 1-3-9-5 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-40-33 If planning a new business or starting something ahead of time, you could do with expert advice. Do it now if you feel you have not had the chance to say your piece.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 1-3-6-9 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-29-8-7 Try not to worry about things that might not even happen. A positive outlook will achieve much more, and it could be a reasonable period for love and new interests in this field.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 1-3-6-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-45-40-22 You could get a surprise in your love life but a pleasant one. Lots of new ideas, and many of them will become very profitable for you—luck with someone born in September. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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Homelessness in the spotlight Pride in your Stride walk for homelessness facilitated by Uniting Communities Regional homelessness issues were highlighted on Mount Gambier’s main street last Friday as the community walked in support of people affected by the region’s housing crisis during the annual Pride In Your Stride march. Uniting Communities program Ruby’s Reunification was front and centre of the annual awareness raising event with the walk starting at Vansittart Park and heading along Commercial Street to the Mount Gambier Library. Ruby’s Reunification senior coordinator Sharon Gray said the walk signifies what a person who is experiencing homelessness has to do every morning; they have to move from where they have been and seek food, shelter and support. “The walk across Mount Gambier symbolises this daily journey with the community coming together to support those facing homelessness and show that nobody should ever have to walk alone,” Sharon said. After last year’s walk was impacted by poor weather and the lingering fears of COVID, last Friday’s walk attracted strong numbers and also saw the return of Tenison Woods College staff and students, who have been traditional supporters of the event. “It’s great to see the schools and other community service providers

joining us,” Sharon said. With 116,000 people nationally and 6500 in South Australia experiencing homelessness every night, shining a light on their plight is critical. The Pride In Your Stride event also had another component with Ruby’s Reunification collecting

donations of new or near new shoes that are then given to those in the community in need so they can have ‘pride in their stride’. Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell’s Office, Spendless Shoes, Big W, Mount Gambier Library, Amcal Chemist Millicent and Krieger’s Rural General Store Kalangadoo were all collection points for the shoe campaign. “We easily received as many shoes as we did last year which is fantastic – this community is so kind and generous,” Sharon said. “Sadly due to the current housing crisis, people are at risk of homelessness more than ever and that number is rising due to a lack of affordable housing. Community service providers are seeing more people looking for help than ever before and many people are having to reach out for the first time ever for some kind of support.” The Ruby’s Reunification coordinator said having the young students involved was a great way to start a conversation about homelessness and people in need. “They are the future and they’ll be the adults in our community before we know it,” Sharon said. “If this teaches them more empathy and forgiveness then it has done its job. It makes them aware of the difficulties people can face in life and that they can make a difference. There is no set type of person that finds themselves homeless – it can happen through financial difficulty, addiction and domestic violence is one of the big contributing factors. They are overrepresented in our homelessness statistics.” One of the key driving factors for setting up Ruby’s Reunification is giving young people a home and keeping families together and staying as safe as they can. Pride In Your Stride was organised as part of National Homelessness Week with the aim of allowing participants to learn more about challenges faced by people in the region and the services available to help.

PRIDE IN YOUR STRIDE: (Above) the community Pride in your Stride walk for homelessness finished up at the Mount Gambier Library; (below top left) Ruby’s Reunification senior coordinator Sharon Gray speaks to the assmelbed community members; (below left bottom) the Rapid Relief Team provided a free barbeque lunch and (below) Tenison Woods College staff member Amy Boyd with Arena Surf & Sports owner Kane de Wit and Ruby’s Reunification senior coordinator Sharon Gray with some of the shoe donations as part of the Pirde in your Stride campaign.


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Full back of the century bids farewell

Millicent’s Herb Henderson fondly remembered by the Bulldogs

The Western Bulldogs are mourning the loss of premiership player and popualr Millicent stalwart Herb Henderson, aged 91. Henderson was a vital cog in the Bulldogs’ 1954 Premiership side, and was named at full back in the Club’s Team of the Century. He was known as one of the premier defenders in the competition during the 1950s, in a career which spanned nine seasons and 130 games. Henderson made his debut for Footscray in 1950 after arriving from Mildura Imperials, and quickly established himself as a premier defensive stopper. He was renowned for his ability to restrict the best forwards in the game, boasting a strong record even against the likes of legendary full forward John Coleman. The club wishes to extend its sincere condolences to the Henderson family at this difficult time.

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Week two of table tennis With a few minor team and structure adjustments, including the always fun and creative adopting of team names, the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Winter 2022 season rolled on with week two. The A Grade continued with the Topspinners doing battle with Sunny’s Guns. Topspinner Bill-John Watson got his team off to an ideal start with a convincing win over Sanith “Sunny” Ghetia, before Guns player Scott Davies squared the ledge with victory in his opening singles rubber against Aaron McPhee. Little separated the two teams throughout the night, until a run of wins toward the back end of the evening gifted the Topspinners the close 6-5 win. Davies kept his singles record clean for Sunny’s Guns, including victory over Watson in the final rubber, but it wasn’t enough to save his team from heartache. The Knight Owls lined up against the Kennel Mates in the second A-Grade encounter of the round, a battle royale between Knight Owls player Robin Pellen and his Kennel Mates adversary Ben Newman kicking things off in fine style. Pellen drew first blood, taking the first game comfortably, before Newman hit back claiming the second. Pellen kicked things up a notch, claiming the third and looking determined to finish off his opponent. Newman wouldn’t lie down however, clawing his way to victory in the fourth to send the rubber to a deciding fifth game. Neither player was prepared to give and inch, both displaying the fierce pride and determination for which they are renowned. Trading powerful strokes and cunning placement, the game remained on a knife’s edge right up until the very last point. With the scores locked away at 13 apiece, Newman tentatively poked at a fast serve from Pellen, lobbing it up and gifting his opponent the easy put-away. Pellen’s excitement got the better of him however, sending the ball into the net as he let out a cry of anguish. With the mini-break, Newman saw his opponent standing back to receive, coolly serving short, deceiving a lunging Pellen who was unable to reach the ball before it bounced twice. Newman took the game 1513 and the rubber. Other highlights included Knight Owls player Ian Conlin’s 5-game win over Kennel Mates player Kevin Patzel, as Knight Owls ultimately took the win by 6 rubbers to 5. The final A-Grade match of the round saw Travis Sweet lead his as-yet unnamed Team 3 to a convincing 8-3 victory over Leigh Barry’s Team 1. Sweet kept his singles sheet clean for the victors, while Barry fought valiantly for his team. In the B Grade, Andrew Telford’s Rose Between Thorns faced off against Mark Bachmann’s Rennick Raiders. Telford scored a strong opening win over Caleb Bachmann before Bachmann returned serve with a victory over Stuart Telford. The even trend continued throughout the contest, the end result not decided until the last rubber between Bachmann and Telford. The Rennick Raiders player in Bachmann prevailed comfortably in 3 games, giving his team the 6-5 triumph. Ray’s Mob, led by Rayelene Hutchesson, locked horns with Luck Bremner’s unnamed Team 1 in the second B-Grade battle of the night, Hutchesson maintaining a clean sheet in her singles performance, ably supported by teammates Chris Turner and Richard Horrigan, to easily outclass Bremner’s team by 8 rubbers to 3. Bremner also remained undefeated on the night but had little support from his teammates. The last B-grade match saw another close encounter, this time Alex McGregor’s Team 6 survived a scare to narrowly overcome Maddie McGregor’s Team 4 by 6 rubbers to 5. In the C Grade, Jacob Ireland’s Team 3 scored an impressive 7-4 win over Andrew Schubert’s Team 1, both Ireland and Tracey Rawlings performing strongly for the victors while Schubert maintained a clean sheet in his singles rubbers. Substitute player Anneliese Holtz strongly led Team 4 to battle with Tom Horrigan’s Team 5, Holtz victory over Horrigan in the final rubber of the night handing a 6-5 victory to her team. 3 rubber winners: • A Grade: Scott Davies (Sunny’s Guns), Ben Newman (Kennel Mates), Travis Sweet (Team 3). • B Grade: Mark Bachmann (Rennick Raiders), Luke Bremner, (Team 1), Rayelene Hutchesson (Team 3). • C Grade: Andrew Schubert (Team 1), Anneliese Holtz (Team 4).

Kimberly-Clark Australia Pennants - Round 13 Post-Tel 76 d RSL & District 34, Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 60 d Blue Lake Bowlers White 39, Commercial Club 68 d Mt Gambier Bowls Club 38, Wandilo Water Rats 87 d Moorak Blue 34, Mil Lel 69 d Kongorong 53, Glenburnie 66 d Moorak Red 41, Saints 53 d Glencoe 48 Shield Qualification - Premiership Table after Round 13 Post-Tel 26 points, 173.58%; Wandilo Water Rats 23,150.68; Commercial Club 22, 164.03; Mil Lel 19, 136.14; Glenburnie 18, 119.07; RSL & District 15, 99.12; Blue Lake Bowlers Blue 14, 99.71; Saints 12, 96.19; Kongorong 8, 88.47; Moorak Red 7, 89.66; Moorak Blue 6, 68.25; Blue Lake Bowlers White 6, 64.96; Mt Gambier Bowls Club 4, 56.05; Glencoe 2, 49.52 FINALS ALLOCATIONS August 11 Kilsby Shield To be played at the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowling Club Post –Tel to supply officials Qualification Final Wandilo Water Rats v Commercial Club Elimination Final Mil Lel v Glenburnie Malseed Shield To be played at the Mount Gambier Bowls Club RSL & District to supply officials Qualification Final Blue Lake Bowlers Blue vs Saints Elimination Final Kongorong vs Moorak Red Howell & Davis Shield No Play Finals series starts the following week

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A GRADE Lucindale 49 (T Lane, H Ogilvie) d Kybybolite 48 (C Hodges, E Ewer) Penola 52 (M Teakle, A Possingham) d Border Districts 38 (P Moyle-Read, K Moyle-Read); Keith 57 (M Harper, S Ansell) d Bordertown 35 (L Murch, I Sneath); Mundulla 56 (A Modra, A Lovering) d Padthaway 51 (L Edwards, K Ward) A RESERVE Lucindale 52 (C Weaver, U Jericho) d Kybybolite 32 (S Maber, A Burtt) Border Districts 48 (L Cother, T Solly) d Penola 39 (I Venables, S Skeer) Keith 62 (M Llewellyn, M Wachtel) d Bordertown 47 (A Fuentes, C Stott) Naracoorte 59 (S duRand, K Mott) d Kingston 42 (A Mules, E Wright) B GRADE Kybybolite 31 (M Moss, J Williams) d Lucindale 26 (T Male, T Ryan) Penola 48 (M Gartner, H Klemm) d Border Districts 32 (B Sambell, M Jordan); Keith 55 (S Smith, C Nicolai) d Bordertown 32 (S Shillabeer, A Will); Padthaway 60 (S Shepherd, S Dolling) d Mundulla 59 (R Colwill, A Young); Naracoorte 66 (A Walker, J Pettman) d Kingston 30 (B Lucas, A O’Donnell) C GRADE Lucindale 34 (A Buckett, M Thompson) d Kybybolite 20 (E Bell, S Owen); Penola 55 (S Summerhayes, M Copping) d Border Districts 25 (O Pretlove, Z Grigg); Keith 41 (J Turnbull, S Pese) d Bordertown 23 (B Tootell, E Ballinger); Mundulla 43 (T Schmidt, M Leach) d Padthaway 28 (J Manning, E Williams); Naracoorte 63 (F Aitken, M Pretlove) d Kingston 15 (T Murdock, T Wood) DIVISION ONE Penola 45 (L Catlin, T Porter) d Border Districts 42 (K Rata, M Burke) Keith 55 (K Lepley, T Dick) d Bordertown 29 (G Lusher, M McFarlane); Kingston 50 (P Stenner, G Bastiaans) d Naracoorte 31 (L Midwinter, J Kavanagh) DIVISION TWO Border Districts 47 (M Burke, G Mahney) d Penola 32 (A Messenger, S Crawford) Padthaway 51 (G Buick, L Matthews) d Mundulla 22 (A Rowett, E Colwill); Naracoorte 47 d Kingston 40 DIVISION THREE Lucindale 23 (P Pinchbeck, E Pinchbeck) d Kybybolite 19 (A McKenzie, T Garwood); Border Districts 36 (L Smith, G Oster) d Penola 32 (A Morton, W Eckermann); Keith 53 (A McAuley, I Kammermann) d Bordertown 17 (H Steuart, E Barras) 13 & UNDER A Kybybolite 33 (P Rasheed, P Wardle) d Lucindale 23 (L Wilkin, L Clarke); Penola 28 (J McIntyre, H Moulton) d Border Districts 15 (S Koch, E Sambell); Bordertown 54 (M Richards, A Meakins) d Keith 34 (E Makin, L Clark); Padthaway 32 (J Frick, E Ward) d Mundulla 16 (L Morris, O Excell); Naracoorte 36 (T Maresch, A Bald) d Kingston 16 (E Schaefer, A Rasheed) 13 & UNDER B Lucindale 22 (L Thompson, R Williams) d Kybybolite 2 (M OttosonCrossling, M Slotegraaf); Penola 21 (E Gosse, P Flint) d Border Districts 15 (O Unger, N Murphy); Bordertown 28 (J Carnemolla, G Edwards) d Keith 8 (E Packham, P Makin)

SPORT KNT Football SENIORS Lucindale 18.18 (126) Kybybolite 10.7 (67) Goals - No details available. Best - Lucindale: Bradley McCarthy, Luke Kelsh, Hamish Gordon, Anthony McCarthy, Tom Logan, Luke May. Kybybolite: Callum Masters, Sean Munn, Stephen Craig, Billy Laurie, Dylan Brodie, James Bittner Keith 5.13 (43) Bordertown 2.8 (20) Goals - No details available. Best - Keith: Jonathon Wilson, Nick van den berg, Billy Wade, George Thring, Ryan Bartlett, Jeremy Lush. Bordertown: Matthew Leigh, Jonty Searle, Rory Tink, Hayden Shuttleworth, Ben Jarrett, Sebastian Trenorden Mundulla 13.15 (93) Padthaway 4.9 (33) Goals - No details available. Best - Mundulla: Harry Kuchel, Nicholas Mosey, Dylan Mosey, Travis Wagenknecht, Jacob Grosser, Tom Gaden. Padthaway: Joshua Miller, Will Rivers, Willo Brown, Thomas Edwards, Cody Marshall, Thomas Cooper Naracoorte 21.15 (141) Kingston 8.5 (53) Goals - No details available. Best - Naracorte: Sam Willson, Dylan Albrecht, Rory Taggert, Sam Bates, Keenan Jacobs, James MacDonald. Kingston: Jack Harding, Ben Warner, Chad Wood, Jake Wehl, Todd Lockwood, Gabriel Cox Border Districts 18.15 (123) Penola 9.4 (58) Goals No details available. Best - Border Districts: Nathan Naylor, Mark Quinn, Dre Stirling, Zak Edwards, Blake Helyar, Dylan Auciello. Penola: Kaleb Messenger, Bradley Bryant, Brock Egan, Jacob Robbie, Philip Lambert, Zac Deane RESERVES Lucindale 15.16 (106) d Kybybolite 4.3 (27) Mundulla 25.14 (164) d Padthaway 1.5 (11) Keith 17.22 (124) d Bordertown 1.3 (9) Naracorote 15.12 (102) d Kingston 4.6 (30) Penola 18.12 (120) d Border Districts 9.7 (61) SENIOR COLTS Bordertown 8.7 (55) d Keith 1.6 (12) Naracoorte 15.8 (98) d Kingston 1.3 (9) Padthaway/Lucindale 9.10 (64) d Kybybolite 1.3 (9) Mundulla 16.5 (95) d Penola 0.2 (2) JUNIOR COLTS Naracoorte 10.8 (68) d Kingston 0.0 (0) Bordertown 7.12 (54) d Keith 4.1 (25) Kybybolite 7.13 (55) d Padthaway/Lucindale 1.0 (6) Penola 11.4 (70) d Border Districts 1.3 (9)

Mid South East Football SENIORS Hatherleigh 23.18 (156) Kongorong 8.9 (57) Goals - No details available. Best - Hatherleigh: Mark Marriott, Patrick Chay, Jordan Galpin, Samuel Telfer, Zach Jones. Kongorong: Matt Cordy, Michael Waters, Jake Whitty, Corben O’Dea, Aaron Lightbody, Jett Attard Mt Burr 24.18 (162) Nangwarry 3.4 (22) Goals No details available. Best - Mt Burr: Hamish Smith, Wil Bowering, Taylor Allen, Tyler Stanley, Jack Gregory, Brodie Hennink. Nangwarry: Joel Virtanen, Josh Mills, Andrew Hyland, Jack Pudney, Ben Just, Trent Badman Port MacDonnell 28.17 (185) Tantanoola 9.10 (64) Goals - No details available. Best - Pt Mac: Tim Sullivan, Kev Thomson, Wade Chant, William Macdonald, Ned Wilke, Nathan Brotherton. Tantanoola: Ryan Simmons, Jordan Hatt, Zachary Walker, Troy Hatt, Alec Roberts Kalangadoo 32.10 (202) Robe 6.6 (42) Goals - No details available. Best - Kalangadoo: Michael Krieger, Mathew Fatchen, Ben Gregory, Bradley Auld, Matthew Davies, Andrew Stone. Robe: Thomas Miller, Tom Williams, Jack Kelly, Jordan Hentschke, Jordan Pettit, Thomas Wachtel RESERVES Hatherleigh 21.19 (145) d Kongorong 0.2 (2) Tantanoola 15.16 (106) d Port MacDonnell 8.4 (52) kalangadoo 19.8 (122) d Robe 3.3 (21) Mt Burr 8.13 (61) d Nangwarry 8.4 (52) SENIOR COLTS Tantanoola 8.8 (56) d Port MacDonnell 5.9 (39) Hatherleigh 11.9 (75) d Kongorong 6.4 (40) Mt Burr 14.9 (93) d Nangwarry 3.2 (20) Robe 15.8 (98) d kalangadoo 8.8 (56) JUNIOR COLTS Port MacDonnell 20.8 (128) d Tantanoola 1.2 (8) Kongorong 6.6 (42) d Hatherleigh 0.1 (1) Mt Burr 9.6 (60) d Nangwarry 4.5 (29) Robe 12.13 (85) d Kalangadoo 0.0 (0)

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Western Border Football SENIORS North Gambier 8.10 (58) West Gambier 8.8 (56) Goals - No details available. Best - North: Ciaran Buckley, Brett Shepherdson, Jake Schutz, Toby de Wit, Justin McConnell, Dale Bachmann. West: Kyle Giddings, Taylor Redden, Dale Robbins, Mitchell Cornolo, Will Crook Millicent 13.11 (89) South Gambier 6.8 (44) Goals - No details available. Best - Millicent: Sam Willis, Jaxon Cushion, Jacob Todd, Dylan Bromley, Kade Varcoe, Frazer Bradley. South: Brock Keding, Taylor Saffin, Chris Fallas, Todd Reid, James Paprotny, Mitchell Sims Casterton Sandford 13.12 (90) East Gambier 10.8 (68) Goals No details available. Best - Casterton Sandford: Adam Mckinnon, Dylan Ayton, Justin Carlin, Zac Nash, Diarmid Cleary, Ethan Currie. East: Jayden Eldridge, Shaun Lock, Garret Ha, Matthew Ferguson, John Forster, Sam Lock RESERVES Casterton Sandford 15.16 (106) d East Gambier 0.3 (3) South Gambier 15.11 (101) d Millicent 2.2 914) West Gambier 16.11 (107) d North Gambier 6.4 (40) UNDER 18 North Gambier 9.11 (65) d West Gambier 3.3 (21) South Gambier 12.8 (80) d Millicent 3.3 (21) UNDER 16 North Gambier 9.9 (63) d West Gambier 4.7 (31) South Gambier 6.4 (40) d Millicent 5.3 (33) Casterton Sandford 7.5 (47) d East Gambier 4.4 (28) UNDER 14 West Gambier 8.13 (61) d North Gambier 6.2 (38) South Gambier 8.17 (65) d Millicent 1.0 (6) East Gambier 9.9 (63) d Casterton Sandford 4.4 (28)

MSE Netball A GRADE Kalangadoo 52 d Robe 41; Mt Burr 53 d Nangwarry 27; Tantanoola 54 d Port MacDonnell 46; Hatherleigh 52 d Kongorong 30 A RESERVE Kalangadoo 45 d Robe 38; Nangwarry 40 d Mt Burr 30; Port MacDonnell 47 d Tantanoola 27; Hatherleigh 49 d Kongorong 37 B GRADE Kalangadoo 63 d Robe 20; Nangwarry 27 d Mt Burr 22; Port MacDonnell 49 d Tantanoola 39; Kongorong 47 d Hatherleigh 44 B RESERVE Kalangadoo 72 d Robe 20; Mt Burr 82 d Nangwarry 5; Port MacDonnell 46 d Tantanoola 25; Hatherleigh 54 d Kongorong 21 17 & UNDER Robe 56 d Kalangadoo 50; Mt Burr 80 d Nangwarry 18; Port MacDonnell 44 d tantanoola 39; Kongorong 49 d Hatherleigh 39 15 & UNDER Kalangadoo 61 d Robe 20; Mt Burr 44 d Nangwarry 24; Port MacDonnell 61 d Tantanoola 18; Hatherleigh 43 d Kongorong 20 13 & UNDER Kalangadoo 70 d Robe 27; Mt Burr 28 d Nangwarry 16; Port MacDonnell 59 d Tantanoola 10; Hatherleigh 48 d Kongorong 11

MGNA Netball A GRADE Intruders 58 d Saints 29; Hobitz 62 d Vicis 26 A2 GRADE Saints 45 d Vicis 22; Intruders 71 d Zodiacs Gold 32; Hobitz 79 d Zodiacs Blue 33 B1 GRADE Amazons 52 d Intriders Orange 28; Hobitz Red 56 d Hobitz Blue 29 B2 GRADE Zodiacs 39 d Vicis 18; Saints 40 d Intruders 30; Amazons 48 d Hobitz 23 19 & UNDER Intruders 27 d Saints 24; Hobitz Red 61 d Hobitz Blue 39 15 & UNDER Hobitz Blue 43 d Zodiacs Blue 34; Saints 45 d Zodiacs Gold 28; Hobitz Red 47 d Vicis 7 13 & UNDER A Saints 26 d Zodiacs 12; Hobitz 33 d Amazons 10 13 & UNDER B Hobitz 26 d Intruders 18; Zodiacs 15 d Vicis 14 11 & UNDER A Zodiacs 17 d Hobitz 3; Saints 12 d Vicis 10 11 & UNDER B Vicis 7 d Amazons 1; Zodiacs Gold 3 d Zodiacs Blue 0; intruders 18 d Hobitz 3


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Plenty to celebrate at McDonald Park East Gambier netballers reach significant milestones It has been a busy time at the East Gambier Netball Club with players racking up significant milestones in their playing careers. Brooke Hicks leads the pack with 200 games, while three junior Bulldogs hit the 50 game mark in Round 15. BROOKE HICKS Brooke started with her career at East Gambier in 2003, playing juniors, as well as getting a taste of senior netball on three occasions. Brooke was still in the junior ranks from 2006 to 2008, making her A Grade debut in 2008 before heading to university in 2009 but still returning when possible to fill in for her beloved Bulldogs. In 2013, Brooke returned to once again be an integral part of the East Gambier Netball Club, on and off the court, until after the 2017 season when family became a priority, having two sons as she again stepped away from the court. But she is back again as an integral part of the A reserve lineup, continuing her two decade association with the club. Brooke is an unassuming player who just gets the job done. A hard working mid courter, who can take on all three roles in the centre court, Brooke is a steady head on court, who leads by example. In offence she is hard running and so safe with ball in hand, while defensively she is tight checking and refuses to give her opponent an inch. She is strong in the air, has good pace when needed to burn off an opponent and she is always composed and disciplined. Brooke’s consistent performance at a high level over those 200 games is not just courtesy of her natural ability but also the fact she is one of the hardest trainers at the club, setting an example for team mates, and she has also helped the club as a coach and umpire. INDEE STRATFORD Indee is part of East Gambier’s 13 & under A line-up and her on court development was rewarded by selection in the Western Border Netball Association 13 & Under development team for the 2022 SA Country Championships. Indee (pictured top right with her

father Nathan & mother Sarah) is tenacious and versatile, spending most of her time in the mid court in what the club hopes is the first 50 of many games to come. MIA YOUNG Mia is one of two 15 & Under A players to reach the 50 game milestone. A quiet team member, Mia (pictured centre right with family) is reliable and plays with great determination every time she hits the court.

LILY MCINTOSH Lily McIntosh is a dynamic midcourt player who has developed her skill and ability and always puts in 110 percent alongside her 15 & Under A team mates. Lily (pictured bottom right with mother Karina & sister Chloe)celebrated her 50 game milestone with a typically hard working performance. BRILLIANT BULLDOG: (Above) Brooke Hicks in full flight. PHOTO COURTESY OF FRANK MONGER.

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Stratford reigns supreme Small field takes on weather at Blue Lake Golf Club Suffice to say due to the forecast of predicted wild wet weather that didn’t eventuate last Wednesday except for very gusty winds and a couple of light showers, only a small band of seven women took to the fairways at the Blue Lake Golf Club for the 4th and final round of the Metro Bakery and Café sponsored Silver Salver Trophy. This competition is played in par format, said by some to be the most dreaded of golf games as it doesn’t leave much room for error. With only one division there was only one winner and runner up voucher on offer and it was Helen Stratford taking top spot posting two down followed by runner up Josie Ashby four down. Stratford off 21 registered pars on the 8th, 14th, 15th and 16th along with six scrubs. Ashby off 20 finished square on the outward nine after pars on the 2nd and 8th and other than a chip-in ferret on the 10th for par the back nine threw up some challenges. Karen Panagopoulos finished six down and Dianne Perryman seven down.

Ashby won the events prizes for nearest to the pin second on the 2nd along with the ferret on the 10th. Panagopoulos was the winner of the pro-shot on the 5th. The 4th round of the Marlene Lingham Memorial Stableford Trophy sponsored by the Blue Lake Bar and Bistro will be played this week. DEDICATED GOLFERS: (Back row)Dianne Perryman, Bev Pascoe, Rosemary Martland, Karen Panagopoulos and (front row)Helen Stratford & Josie Ashby.

Captain on fire Shanahan claims August Monthly Medal Weather conditions last Wednesday, which included very high winds prevailing, determined that only 14 intrepid lady golfers hit off in the August Monthly Medal competition. Winner of the prestigious August Monthly Medal was lady captain, Jan Shanahan (handicap 18) with a very consistent game of 46 off the stick for the front 9 and 47 off the stick for the back 9 = 93 Gross and 75 Nett. Jan carded four pars and the winning factor was only having 29 putts on the day. Losing on a countback and coming in 2nd placing was unlucky Janina Morrision (handicap 23) having a great 46 off the stick front 9, however, the difficult and long back 9 took its toll registering 52 off the stick. Like Jan, Janina also had four pars in her round. Third position on the day went to Leanne Hunt (handicap 17) her card reading 44 Front 9 and 50 Back 9 =94 off the Stick, equating to a nett 77. A putting competition was played in conjunction with the Monthly Medal and was won by Libby Altschwager on a countback from Jan Shanahan with 29 putts. Once again featuring in the dispatches was Rosalie Hunt taking out the Pro Shot on the Par 3, 8th hole, thus sharing the three balls won with her playing partners. The speciality prizes on the day went to the 2nd Long Drive on the 1st Hole – A Grade winner

was Leanne Hunt, B Grade winner Janina Morrison and C Grade winner Jill Johnson. Because of the very small field no balls were handed out in the ball rundown. Next week on August 17 the competition of the day will be a Stableford Aggregate a Three Person game sponsored by Faye Mainwaring. SATURDAY LADIES GOLF RESULTS FROM MGGC 6/8/22. Last Saturday 10 ladies competed in the Stroke and Putting Competitions at the Mount Gambier Golf Club course in cold

but fine weather. First placing went to an occassional visitor from Millicent Golf Club, Mary Winser who registered 90-15-75 nett. Mary really conquered our back nine with just 42 off the stick which included five pars on that Nine. Taking out second position was Helen Gregory who carded a nett 76. Helen played a very consistent round of golf, her split being 46/46 = 92 = 76 Nett. MONTHLY MEDAL: Third placed Leanne Hunt, Monthly Medal winner Jan Shanahan and second placed Janina Morrison.

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Western Border Netball A GRADE Millicent 59 (D. Verbena, L. Duldig) d South Gambier 54 (L. Munro, E. Bouchier); West Gambier 82 (T. Bryant, A. Cram) d North Gambier 54 (L. Norman, M. Renko); East Gambier 47 (A. Bosko, E. Hunter) d Casterton Sandford 23 (C. Humphries, E. Jarrad) A RESERVE South Gambier 51 (G. Ryan, C. Riley) d Millicent 42 (J. Hayward, J. Wilson); West Gambier 53 (C. Hunter, J. Davey) d North Gambier 37 (A. Collins, A. Pitson); East Gambier 46 (C. Horrigan, T. Gray) d Casterton Sandford 33 (M. Rice, S. Fidler) B GRADE Millicent 46 (K. Coghlan, L. Baker) d South Gambier 45 (N. Aston, K. Tucker); North Gambier 75 (B. Fuller, M. Pegler) d West Gambier 27 (B. Jackway, Z. Parham); Casterton Sandford 55 (E. Grigg, R. Newell) d East Gambier 31 (N. Smith, T. Waters) C GRADE Millicent 47 (N. Batten, A. Pratt) d South Gambier 44 (B. Winterfield, A. Kuhl); West Gambier 39 (A. Campbell, E. Sutherland) d North Gambier 38 (S. Merrett, G, Wehrmann); East Gambier 55 (K. Gaffney, E. Carson) d Casterton Sandford 15 (J. parsons, B. Parsons) 17 & UNDER South Gambier 64 (A. Duncan, L. Munro) d Millicent 48 (S. Gibson, L. VanEeden); North Gambier 57 (A. Coon, Z. Jones) d West Gambier 35 (H. Seidel, A. Pearson); Casterton Sandford 76 (E. Jarrad, S. Hart) d East Gambier 22 (T. Burford, R. Scott) 15 & UNDER A Millicent 74 (M. Fauchelle, P. Venn) d South Gambier 10 (S. Bartlett, B. Ridding); North Gambier 59 9R. Mitchell, A. Collins) d West Gambier 29 (E. Jolley, A. Hudson); Casterton Sandford 29 (S. Richardson, C. Huilm) drew with east Gambier 29 (M. Button, L. McIntosh) 15 & UNDER B Millicent 32 (E. Crowe, P. Thorne) d South Gambier 21 (R. Milich, S. Grassi); West Gambier 42 (A. Judd, M. Vivian) d North Gambier 30 (T. Jones, T. McEachern); East Gambier 41 (E. Chittleborough, T. Geraghty) d Casterton Sandford 25 (C. Hulm, C. Gorman) 13 & UNDER A Millicent 49 (K. Dunn, S. Zalme) d South Gambier 8 (K. Cole, L. Milich); West Gambier 29 (L. Murdoch, L. Pearson) d North Gambier 26 (R. Darimaani, L. Allen); Casterton Sandford 26 (R. Forbes, Y. Grigg) d East Gambier 10 (C. Little, L. Foster) 13 & UNDER B Millicent 40 (I. Wilson, I. Coghlan) d South Gambier 4 (I. Fielding, K. Attiwill); West Gambier 24 (C. Hunter, S. Richards) drew with North Gambier 24 (A. Halloran, J. Baron); Casterton Sandford 33 (P. Rhook, R. Gorman) d east Gambier 10 (O. Hosking, S. McCracken)) 11 & UNDER Millicent 24 (P. Johnson, B. Madden) d South Gambier 14 (C. Sims, Z. Harten); West Gambier 25 (M. Fisher, R. Lamb) d North Gambier 9 (A. Kamphius, I. Clark); Casterton Sandford 24 d East Gambier 12

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Demi just gets National finals series the job done annouced for NBL1 Underrated Saints star celebrated Pioneers teams finetuning for conference play offs 100 senior games for Nangwarry

Demi Hoffmeister comes from a strong Tarpeena sporting family the Gray family - and at the end of last month she clocked up 100 senior games as a Saint. She was always going to play netball and she started her netball career with Tarpeena Netball Club, joined South Gambier in the Western Border Netball Association for a few years then once out of juniors came to the Nangwarry Netball Club in 2014 to join her sister Kayla who was already playing for the club. During her time at Nangwarry Demi has been lucky enough to win a B Grade premiership in 2015. She has won some individual accolades at Nangwarry and has also played in the A and A Reserve teams. One of her career highlights was getting the opportunity to play with her sister Kayla. Demi had some time off netball with travel and starting her own business, but when the club was looking for more on court personnel this season due to injuries, she

joined the A Reserve team halfway through the season to help out. Demi has always been a good club person and will contribute in anyway she can around the club when asked. You will also see Demi putting her hand up to umpire and help other teams with scoring or timing. Demi always supports social events at the club most weekends. Although Demi didn’t start her career at Nangwarry she loves the club likes shes been here her whole life. She has made alot of life long friendships. Demi’s love of netball is inherited, her mother Donna Gray lived and breathed netball and this is where her girls’ passion for the sport has come from and they often say their role model, was their mum. Being from a big sporting family, Demi every week has great supporter base with her dad Andy, husband Jayden and the rest of her family there every week to watch her.

The inaugural Coles Express NBL1 National Champions will be crowned in September at the NBL1 National Finals. The historic event will take place at the State Basketball Centre in Melbourne, as the Australian basketball community comes together from September 9-11 for a weekend which promises to be action-packed and filled with drama. The conference winners from the women’s and men’s divisions in NBL1 North, NBL1 East, NBL1 South, NBL1 West and NBL1 Central, plus the Wildcard Series winners, will battle it out for the title of NBL1 National Champions. All eight Australian States and Territories have a chance to have a club represented in the NBL1 National Final, as NBL1 solidifies its status as Australia’s game. Each team will play two preliminary games in which they will generate ranking points across Friday and Saturday, before Championship Day on Sunday, where the top two ranked women’s and men’s teams will battle it out. NBL1 General Manager, Dean Anglin, is excited to host the event and showcase some of Australia’s best basketball in one venue. “It’s taken a long time to get to this point, taking a concept from paper and making it a reality, but we are extremely proud of turning this ambitious idea into an event that basketball fans across the country can attend and watch,” Anglin said. “It’s a truly unique event and we cannot wait to see which clubs earn their spot in the NBL1 National Final to claim the coveted title of NBL1 National Champion. “I want to thank the state associations, our clubs and our

partners for their hard work and cooperation in bringing the National Final to life, and we look forward to it becoming a staple of the Australian basketball calendar in the years to come.” The OneFortyOne Mount Gambier Pioneers Women and Castec Rural Supplies Mount Gambier Pioneers Men have one more round to play before play-offs

and both sit inside the top ranked players and well in contention for the NBL1 Conference titles. PLOTTING VICTORY: Pioneers men’s coach Richard Hill (standing) & assistant coach Kurt Russell (seated) have a conference play off series to plan before they contemplete the recently announced national finals series.

South East Golf Veterans A forecast of rain deterred many golfers but 28 went off to Robe and enjoyed balmy weather for the most recent South East Golf Veterans event. The day belonged to Robe’s Rob Cece who is currently enjoying a rich vein of form. He took out First Division with a miserable 33 points, but dominated the clubhouse with starting the field, organising lunch and advising his playing partners on club selection. Equal second was Brian Duldig and Rob Harkness on 30. Second Division went to another Robe member Ian Todd with 32, from Rob Thompson on 31 and Max Clifford 28. NTPs were Brian Duldig and Ian Todd and the Ross Orchard Trophy went to Wayne Peters and new member Jack Langberg of Lucindale. Everybody got a ball in the rundown. This Robe course is proving a real challenge to all who venture there, and consists of three lots of six holes rather than the usual two sets of nine. The next event is at Blue Lake on August 15 then Bordertown on August 29.


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Marvellous Mozzie celebrates 200 Dedicated club person honoured for on court achievements at Mt Burr Netball Club The Mt Burr Netball Club celebrated the on corut career of dedicated club person Stacey Lowndes who played her 200th senior games for the Mozzies at the end of last month. Stacey began playing at Mt Burr in 2005 and has played the majority of her games in the A and A reserve sides and this year is playing coach of the B grade. She is a determined defensive player who makes her opponent work hard for every possession. Stacey has had individual success when winning Best and Fairest for the A Reserve side in 2016 and 2018 and runner up in 2017. Stacey is a valued club person who is a committee member, umpire, scorer, timer and has coached our Junior 2 and B Grade sides. She always puts her hand up when the need

arises. Stacey is the club’s go to girl always filling in for umpiring most weeks, supporting young coaches to have courts set up for home game and volunteering with many committee jobs. She is on the social club committee, helping organise functions and enjoying each event that she attends. The Lowndes family are dedicated to the club with husband Henry helping with the B grade footy over the years and daughters Holly and Emily (pictured right with Stacey) also in the green and gold in the 13 & Under and Junior 1 sides. Stacey is an inclusive, fun and dedicated club person who we value having in the club and look forward to having her as a loyal club person for many years to come.

Award winning broadcaster extends deal Gerard Whateley renews contract with Sports Entertainment Network Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) is proud to announce Gerard Whateley will continue to call SEN home, with the acclaimed broadcaster and chief sports caller re-signing with the network. Whateley joined SEN in 2018, combining authoritative journalism and sharp-eyed analysis with emotive broadcasting, his self-titled morning show sets the sporting agenda for the day ahead. Whateley and his program have enjoyed a string of accolades, including multiple awards from the Australian Football Media Association for ‘Best Radio Show’ and, most recently, the 2021 winner

for the ‘Best Match Caller - Radio’ award. In addition, the program regularly features inside the top 10 of the Australian Podcast Ranker, with approximately one million downloads per month. Whateley’s broadcasting prowess extends past AFL football, with the Quill Award winner having broadcasted a range of major sporting events across the SEN airwaves, including the Super Bowl, Olympic Games, International Test Cricket, and the Melbourne Cup. On his re-commitment to SEN, Whateley said the appetite for sport discussion has never been greater. “The daily conversation about sport and the issues intertwined in the games we play has never been more stimulating or relevant,” Whateley said. “And the expansion of SEN to a national, and indeed international network, adds to the magnitude and scope of our live sports broadcasts from AFL Nation to Test cricket around the world and the Super Bowl. “My view from day one hasn’t altered – this is where I want to

be. And almost five years in it feels like we’re just getting started.” Sports Entertainment Network chief executive Craig Hutchison, said he was thrilled that Whateley will continue to welcome listeners with ‘good morning’ for many years to come. “We are absolutely delighted that Gerard will continue to help lead the SEN family for years to come,” Hutchison said.

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downloaded morning radio show in Australia of any type. “We are thrilled that he’ll continue to call the biggest moments in AFL, cricket, the Super Bowl and more as our chief commentator and host for years to come.” Whateley airs Monday through Thursday from 8.30-11.30am on SEN Mount Gambier 1629am and streamed via the SEN App.


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2018 TOYOTA CAMRY ACCENT SEDAN 2.5L Petrol, Auto, Low km’s, Fabric Seats, Cruise Control, Bluetooth Handsfree, Lane Assist, Electric Handbrake

31,538KMS

$27,990

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S961AXW

143,249KMS

$25,990

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VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009123

1.8L Petrol, CVT, 5 Door Hatch, Low Km’s, Perfect Service History, Bluetooth Handsfree, Central Locking

69,875KMS

$24,990

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VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009149

2020 NISSAN QASHQAI N-SPORT Auto, Keyless Entry, Push Button Start, Power Windows, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Sat Nav, CD Player

21,045KMS

$37,990

U S E D

VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009150

Diesel, Leather Heated and Cooling Seats, Panoramic Roof, Adaptive Cruise, Air Conditioning

$39,990

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3.5L Petrol, 7 Seater, Auto, Black Alloy Rims, Roof Racks, Heated Leather Seats, DVD Player, Cruise Control

173,486KMS

$32,990

VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009094

2017 MAZDA CX-5 TOURING 4X4

80,000KMS

$32,990 XA704S

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VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009173

2016 TOYOTA HILUX SR5 4X4

Auto, 2.8L T/Diesel, Genuine Toyota Steel Bullbar, Canopy with Central Locking, Leather Heated Seats, Towbar

95,600KMS

$59,990

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VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009156

2014 HOLDEN VE CALAIS V6

Auto, Sedan, 3.6L Petrol, Remote Start, Central Locking, Push Button Start, Power Windows, Cruise Control

65,911KMS

$28,990 S125BYO

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Auto, 4 Dr Wagon, AWD, Alloy Wheels, Leather Ascented Seats, Leather Steering Wheel, Bluetooth Audio

S488BAF

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2016 HYUNDAI SANTA FE HIGHLANDER

70,422KMS

U S E D

VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009165

2015 KLUGER GXL AWD WAGON

S322CFM

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2018 TOYOTA COROLLA ASCENT SPORT

S049BTL

U S E D

VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009106

4x4, 6 Speed Auto, 4 Door Wagon, SUV, Roofracks, AWD

S358BVF

XX594A

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2013 MAZDA CX-5 GRAND TOURER

XC220K U S E D

VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009174

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VIN/BATCH NUMBER 009157

2019 HOLDEN BARINA LS

1.6L Petrol, Manual, Hatchback, Full Size Spare, Rear Park Sensors, Cetral Locking, Traction Control

15,734KMS

$15,990

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2018 TOYOTA KLUGER GX 78,376kms, auto, 7 seats, front/rear cameras, cruise, collision warning, air conditioning, 18” alloys. MDD930 | Internet ID: 31715

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2007 HOLDEN COMMODORE SV6 VE Auto, cruise, body kit, air conditioning, 18” alloys, bluetooth. S962CRF | Internet ID: 31719

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ONLY $39,990 2018 TOYOTA KLUGER GX 82,900kms, automatic, seats 7, lane departure warning, cruise control, front & rear cameras, air conditioning, 18” alloys. CR50QJ | Internet ID: 31688

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2012 FORD FOCUS TREND LW 49,800kms, 5sp manual, cruise, 16” alloys, air conditioning, voice recognition, bluetooth. S440ATX | Internet ID: 31672

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2014 MAZDA 3 MAXX BM 6sp manual, sat nav, reverse camera, cruise, aid conditioning, 16” alloys. S129BUK | Internet ID: 31700

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2018 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT 132TSI

50,962kms, auto, 3.2L diesel, 4x4 dual range, sat nav, 2 zone climate control, heated leather seats, reverse camera, 18” alloys, tow bar. AYG455 | Internet ID: 31726

63,235kms, auto, sat nav, multi-zone climate control, heated leather seats, reverse camera, lane departure warning. WVW358 | Internet ID: 31675

2017 FORD ESCAPE TITANIUM ZG Auto, 2 litres diesel, 2 zone climate control, part-leather interior, heated front seats, blind spot sensors, technology pack. S085CLF | Internet ID: 31533

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2019 HYUNDAI TUCSON ELITE

8,600kms, climate control, rear/side cameras, lane departure warning, cruise, 17’ alloys, bluetooth. S207CBA | Internet ID: 31668 WAS $32,990

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Auto, 3.2 litres diesel, 4x4 dual range, lane departure warning, cruise, air conditioning, bluetooth, aluminium tray. MAF807 | Internet ID: 31647 WAS $40,990

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56,373kms, auto, 2 litres diesel, 7 seats, 2 zone climate control, lane departure warning, leather seats, sat nav, cruise, 18” alloys. 1QT3AM | Internet ID: 31614

74,337kms, leather seats, 2 zone climate control, sat nav, reverse camera, blind spot sensors, 18” alloys, cruise. CS88TX | Internet ID: 31619 WAS $36,990

WAS $56,990

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Next Gen Ranger -arriving from July, stock is limited, order now to avoid delays or disappointment.

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