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ISSUE 856 - Wednesday, November 4, 2020 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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Ready to colour our world One public art project at a time A couple of months ago, Aileen Costales-Clarke was lending a helping hand to her husband and fellow artist Justin, as he worked on this Commerce Arcade mural. It was a project financially boosted by the City of Mount Gambier Creatve Arts Fund. Fast forward a couple of months and Aileen is one of four successful

local artists set to emabrk on sprucing up more of Mount Gambier’s public spaces with the same funding assistance. From stobie poles to Ripley Arcade, from Commerce Arcade to James Street, the paint will be flying over the next few weeks. See inside for full story

WHERE THERE’S A WALL, THERE’S A WAY: Local artist Justin Clarke working on the Commerce Arcade mural with his wife Aileen.


Future proofing the Blue Lake City Community continues to get behind sustainability initiatives It was last month that Mount Gambier again shone in the 2020 Australian Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards bringing home the Resource Recovery and Waste Management category. The city has a proud history of being named the top Tidy Town in South Australia and taking out the national title but when it is not winning the major award, the sustainable categories have been where the city does its best work. It was almost nine years ago that Aaron Izzard took on the environmental sustainability officer role at the City of Mount Gambier and he could not be prouder of a community that continues to embrace a focus on sustainable practices. Rates, rubbish and roads are the traditional domain of local government so rubbish has certainly been a focus of Aaron’s role, focussing on waste management and recycling. “Council owns the landfill and

in my role I see what goes in and what’s coming in on the trucks – truckloads and truckloads of things that shouldn’t be going into landfill,” Aaron said, which is why council has been so proactive in encouraging recycling and composting to reduce what’s going into landfill. Renewable energy is also a focus – not just for sustainability reasons but also economic, saving money

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on power bills going into the future. “We didn’t have much (renewable energy) when I started but we have put in systems on the major council buildings, with the exception of where heritage issues don’t allow it,” Aaron said. Active transport has also been a focus with walking and cycling heavily encouraged. “It’s not a big town geographically and you can easily ride from anywhere in Mount Gambier to the centre of town in 15 minutes,” Aaron said. And that is where the development of the Rail Trail has been so critical in setting up Mount Gambier for more an increase in cycling, running and walking rather that firing up the car. The Rail Trail has also become an educational tool as the City of Mount Gambier and Nature Glenelg Trust work closely with schools and other interested volunteers on revegetating the area with indigenous flora. “It teaches them about the natural environment,” Aaron said. “And in time it will also be a source of collecting seeds rather than having to venture out into the bush.” Council even has information on its website for those of us looking to be more sustainable at home by growing our own vegetables, with a calendar about when to plant what, and if you have a neighbourhood, business or community group that would be keen to establish and maintain a community garden, then council has a program to facilitate that as well. “The planter boxes at John Powell Reserve are an example of that, with council partnering with residents and the Neighbourhood

Child Care Centre,” he said. Aaron said the awards scheme was valuable because it made council take stock of what is going on in the community, talk to groups about their sustainability projects and also keep a record for historical purposes. “Places like the conservation park at the Valley Lake is where we can see the progress over the years because we document what is happening there for the awards,” Aaron said. “I have definitely seen in both the amount of people doing things and the projects that are happening, an increase in what is happening in this community when it comes to sustainability. The Recycled Runway is an example of things that have started recently that focus on sustainability and that’s just one example. The Reuse Market is another.” Then there’s the kitchen caddy program that promotes composting and Aaron is frequently spreading the gospel of sustainability through talks at community groups, sporting clubs and schools. “The kitchen caddy is a concrete way people can make a difference,” Aaron said. “It is just a little kitchen caddy but it can stop across the city it can stop thousands of tonnes of food waste over a few years not going into landfill and eventually that saves the community money. The talks are not something we promote but something those groups are seeking out which is really encouraging, as are the questions people ask.” In fact, when Aaron heads on those visits he sets a tangible challenge, taking tiny rubbish bins on his talks and challenges people

to try and fit their weekly waste into the tiny receptacle. “If you are composting and recycling and returning plastics to the store, you actually have very little waste and people are amazed by what they can achieve once they make the effort,” Aaron said. LEADING THE WAY: City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard (above) working on the John Powell reserve planter boxes; (above left) demonstrating the popular kitchen caddy program and (far left) at the ReUse Market.

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Colouring our world Four community art projects secure funding Four community art projects have enjoyed a windfall from the City of Mount Gambier’s Creative Arts Fund to reinvigorate Mount Gambier’s public spaces. A funding pool of $50,000 was diverted to four projects which will be headed by former local Scott Coleman and three current locally based artists – Pariya Ziakis, Ruth Stephenson and Aileen Costales-Clarke, with almost $6000 allocated to documenting the four projects through photography and videography. Scott is no stranger to large scale works and was a pioneer in public art in this region in the 1980s. “I have been involved with the activation of laneways in South Australia since 1986,” Scott said. “I believe this proposed mural will enhance the space, bringing the area to life.” Scott’s work is earmarked for Commerce Arcade and will look to only enhance the already created work in that space. Scott is looking to create and complete the mural this month, with weather the main obstacle but once underway, Scott sees it as a five to seven day project. “We want to present the space as an identifiable place to view first hand, visual contemporary artwork,” Scott said. Scott’s artistic journey dates back to his time in Mount Gambier in the 1980s and he was keen to be able to return, with decades of experience, to again tackle public art in the city centre. “It (Mount Gambier) is where I started painting,” Scott (work pictured centre right) said. His 1986 murals were in the Odeon Plaza near the bowling alley and the laneway between Commercial Street and Caldwell Street on the

“... I believe this proposed mural will enhance the space, bringing the area to life...” Scott Coleman (Artist) walls of Mac’s Furniture. Cr Frank Morello said it was exciting to have someone of Scott’s calibre returning to the region. “He has a lot of experience and done a lot of work in the public art space,” Cr Morello said. “It will be great for the community and local artists watch him work and see how the mural develops.” Pariya Ziakis (pictured at work on her stobie pole project bottom right) is set to continue her stobie pole project in Mount Gambier’s Birdwood precinct and has also joined forces with Ruth Stephenson for a Ripley Arcade project that will capture the dance culture of the city. “They will be reflecting the dance culture in Mount Gambier on the poles and walls in Ripley Arcade,’ Cr Morello said. “They are certainly looking to incorporate wonderful detail rather than a larger scale work. It is a space that lends itself to people being able to stop and appreciate smaller images.” Aileen’s project (pictured top right at her Big W mural created with husband Justin), the fourth of

“...It would be great for Mount Gambier to be known as a creative, artistic town...” Cr Frank Morello

the latest round of creative arts funding, is also set to make Ripley Arcade a more vibrant access point to Mount Gambier’s retail precinct, with a fashion themed work at the James Street entrance of the popular walkway. “Aileen’s work will centre on beauty and fashion and it is the perfect work to lead people through to our shopping precinct,” Cr Morello said. Cr Morello was thrilled with the role community art projects were playing in Mount Gambier’s public spaces, viewing it as an extension of Mount Gambier’s long standing history of being a town-proud city. It started with Mount Gambier’s decorated past in the Tidy Towns, that continues to this day, and has evolved to now having a strong focus on sustainability, most recently recognised at the 2020 Australian Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards bringing home the Resource Recovery and Waste Management category. Revitalising Mount Gambier’s public spaces with art, whether it be visual or performance, is just part of that pride residents take in their city and wanting it to be a vibrant community in which to live and to visit. “It is great to see the role art is playing in transforming our city,” Cr Morello said. “It would be great for Mount Gambier to be known as a creative, artistic town – not just these visual art projects but through events like the Fringe, Generations in Jazz and a raft of artistic pursuits.” Cr Morello said the next challenge was to ensure Mount Gambier’s indigenous and migrant artists were better represented in community art projects.

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Stunning swansong for Sheriffmuir Almost five decades of tender loving care on show for the final time

Of all the selling points for visiting Sheriffmuir garden next weekend, perhaps the most compelling is it looms as the final time Betty and John McKee open their gates as part of the Open Gardens SA scheme. It is why Betty is regularly checking the weather forecast for November 14 and 15 – she wants her stunning romantic country garden to have the perfect farewell. For Betty, Sheriffmuir has been a labour of love for 47 years, spending one or two hours a day, every day, working on her two acres of English style gardens and another acre of dry garden planted with Australian natives. “It is beautiful in the early mornings and I love getting out there and enjoying the hobby I love,” Betty said. “It can be hard work but it doesn’t bother me, I’ve always been a hard worker.” Her penchant for the great outdoors is not just hereditary but steeped in a rich heritage of

gardening. “My grandfather was a grower in the early 1900s,” Betty said. “He grew flowers to sell at Fidlers, as well as vegies.” And it didn’t end there, with Betty’s mother showing flowers at the Mount Gambier Show, with Betty’s aunties also proving inspirational for the self-confessed green thumb. “They all had big gardens so I did a big garden – that was all I had ever known,” Betty said. So, when her parents handed over a paddock for Betty and John on which to build their home, Betty saw a blank canvas and set about designing her own beautiful garden – a garden that has been a long standing favourite in the Open Gardens scheme, as well as a much sought after wedding venue. Betty and John’s partnership in creating and maintaining the garden is a marriage made in heaven – Betty is the brains and John the brawn, or should we say he’s the engineer behind the

garden’s structural features. “We were walking around the streets of Adelaide one day and I saw a dome in a garden and commented I would love something like that in our garden,” Betty said. “A couple of weeks later John asked me to come down to the workshop and have a look at what he’s been doing and there it was – he’s brilliant.” John also takes charge of mowing the lawns, while Betty does outsource the trimming the hedges – other than that, thought, Betty is maintainer-in-chief at Sheriffmuir. And while Betty has earmarked

the November 14 and 15 weekend as Sheriffmuir’s swansong, she is hoping that not only do people take advantage of taking a look at somewhat of a dying tradition – an expansive traditional garden – but that it will inspire a new generation to create their own little, or not so little, piece of paradise. “People are not only not showing their gardens anymore they are not really doing big gardens anymore, which I understand, because they don’t have the time and are both working but I would love younger people to get involved in gardening,” Betty said. “It gives a lot of pleasure – not just to the people that see it and visit but it is a really satisfying hobby.” Sheriffmuir is a fine collection of mature deciduous trees and conifers surrounds expansive lawns and create a park like effect. Meandering borders are filled with flowering shrubs and perennials, but the stars of the garden are the roses - there are climbers, weepers, standards, shrub roses and minis with varieties including hybrid teas, David Austin’s and exquisite old heritage roses. By contrast there are formally laid out areas where rose beds, including a 30m double border, are edged with perfectly pruned box hedges. The picturesque domed gazebo, built by John, backed with

more roses and perennials and nearby in an enclosed courtyard area, 16 very large rose-filled pots make a show stopping statement. A secret garden is planted with camellias, fuchsias and more roses; in all there are 90 camellias throughout and a large collection of hydrangeas. In Frog Hollow, a dry pond edged with iris is surrounded by maples, dogwoods, magnolias, crepe myrtle, flowering prunus and perennials. The chooks too are surrounded by flowers; their charming rustic hen house has its own cottage garden. Australian plants in the dry garden include banksias, flowering gums, grevilleas and proteas. An exceptionally lovely garden full of features and bursting with spring beauty - well worth travelling a distance to see and enjoy! Sheriffmuir’s chosen charity is the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the garden is open on both days from 10am until 4pm. DETAILS: General Entry Cost - $8 Children FREE Open Gardens SA MEMBERS - $6 Commonwealth Government Concession Card Holders - $6 (Pensioner Concession Card or Health Care Card)


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Shining a light on living with a disability Jo Telfer is a woman on a mission, curating a new art competition in the Limestone Coast – a competition with a twist. Jo is an above knee amputee who seven years ago lost her leg to complications from diabetes – a life changing experience that saw Jo having to relearn how to live in a world that no longer existed for her. Part of that transformation was becoming part of the Limestone Coast Inclusion Reference Group (IRG) – the group spearheading this new art competition initiated by NDIS and Mission Australia. Titled The Left Leg project, the competition is designed to increase awareness about the difficulties people with disabilities have negotiating a world built by those without a disability, basically using art to show 4 in 5 people (you) how 1 in 5 people (us) live in a world not designed for them and the difficulties they encounter in everyday life. All members of IRG have experienced disability and it was

set up initially to help local councils understand the limitations people with disabilities have negotiating all aspects of life within a regional town. This project will now increase awareness within the general public. The competition will be open to all genres of visual arts, including artists, crafters, sculptors and photographers There will be two categories artists with a disability and artist without a disability. Those artists with a disability will be asked to do an artwork which depicts their disability along with a short story about their disability and how it impacts on their everyday life. Those without a disability will be given a choice of disabilities to do an artwork based on their interpretation of that disability and perhaps a short story on how they came to that interpretation. Those disabilities will be 1) Amputees 2) Vision impairment 3) Multiple sclerosis 4) Chronic fatigue syndrome 5) Autism 6) Mental Health The stories from each artist will be placed next to their artwork. First prize is $500 and will be decided by the public with gold coin donations. The artwork which has the most money will be the winner.

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DARE TO BARE: The Full Monty Limestone Coast cast - Adam Smith, Don Pratt, Ben Hood, Russell Collins, Adam Creek & Elliott Jones.

Mental Health fundraiser a huge success You may think your light is small but it can make a huge difference in other people’s lives. That is the quote from a mental health professional that kickstarted Saturday night’s mental health fundraiser that looks set to see $50,000 in the region’s mental health coffers. The astonishing windfall will be shared between four local service providers, as well as establishing a Full Monty Mental Health Development Fund – the fund a last minute thought bubble from organisers as the tally continued to rise, giving wings to ongoing support, as well as the much needed one-off donations originally pledged. The night was about baring all and that’s exactly what happened – from the rawness of the personal

stories shared from the microphone to the fun and frivolity of the main event – The Full Monty. The Full Monty Limestone Coast was driven by Elliott Jones and Maureen Klintberg (pictured above inset) – Elliott with his ability to inspire others to get involved and Maureen with the logistics and providing a conduit between the event and the mental health sector. “Establishing this fund will give certainty to planning and development in the mental health space into the future,” Maureen said. “We’ve shown that we can get out there and raise the funds to help ourselves but we really need ongoing support and resources for the future and that’s what we will be talking to government about.”

And while $50,000 is a stunning fundraising effort, especially given the short time frame in which the event was promoted, the awareness will be the true lasting legacy of he event that managed the near impossible – creating a fun night out while not shying away from the seriousness of mental health. A combination of mental health service and support providers and mental health professionals, including representatives from the migrant and indigenous sectors, gave a glimpse into just what goes on in this community, while community members Matthew Brookes, Katie Fox and Kyra Sykes, as well as Elliott, all bravely shared their battle with mental health. “It gave us all cause for though and reflection on our own lives really, our thoughts and behaviours and just what can happen when those struggles become overwhelming,” Maureen said. “To have people like Katie, Matthew, Kyra and Elliott not be afraid to tell their story really does touch your heart and by talking about it, it made the night so powerful.” The Full Monty Limestone Coast was a sell out with 400 people filling The Barn for the highly anticipated event. “It was about a community coming together to support each other and that’s the most rewarding aspect of it,” Maureen said. “It’s going to a lasting effect.” The majority of the $50,000 raised was due to overwhelming sponsorship support, with The Truck Factory, leading the way as the naming sponsor but businesses throughout the region jumping on board, some as late as last week, keen to play a role in The Full Monty Limestone Coast. Then there were the stars of the show – Elliott Jones and his five stripping colleagues – Don Pratt, Ben Hood, Adam Smith, Adam Creek and Russell Collins. “These guys put themselves out there, put aside their apprehensions, inhibitions, fears and took this on with such enthusiasm and passion,” Maureen said. “I think they’re now mates for life.”

There was also the supporting cast – compere Dru Reschke, entertainer Lizzie Coke and dancers Anton and Despoir. While The Full Monty Limestone Coast cast and organisers will take a couple of days to catch their breath, plans will soon start to take shape for The Full Monty Mental Health Development Fund. “That’s going to mean the formation of a group, a committee who will manage that fund and work collaboratively with other

mental health organisations and individuals throughout the region,” Maureen said. “We will need to keep the awareness raised and the profile of that fund so it will grow and also that we will be able to effectively use those funds. So many people have been brought together by this event, very knowledgeable people, who I am sure are going to work together to ensure the future development of mental health provisions here in the South East.”

GLITZ & GLAMOUR: Courtney Pink, Tahlia Gabrielli; Katie Fox, who shared her battle with mental health on the night; Alex Williams, who choreographed the routine & trained the dancers; Ash Kalantarian & Amy-Kate Kuhn.

OUT ON THE TOWN: Lizzie Coke, who lent her vocal talents to the night’s entertainment, with Joanna Hodges.

SHOWING THEIR SUPPORT: Peter & Carolyn Gazzard were part of ther 400 strong crowd that supported The Full Monty event.


Let’s celebrate On the hunt for feedback Event planned for 70th anniversary Elected members make their case for hub name More than 100 years ago the Mount Gambier Traders Association was formed with representatives from many trades and industries coming together to make important decisions about trade in Mount Gambier. Fast forward to April, 1950, and the group was rebranded, giving birth to the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce. And while the chamber’s usual night of nights, its Outstanding Business Awards, was put on ice for 2020, thanks to COVID, president Hayley Neumann (pictured) and her board, were still keen to mark the 70th anniversary and allow businesses to get together and have a night of fun after such a tough year in the trenches. “We are so proud that 70 years later the chamber has maintained its strong presence and still proudly represents and advocates for the Mount Gambier business community,” Hayley Neumann said. “Unfortunately, due to the events of the current year, we haven’t been able to celebrate earlier or

hold our annual awards, however we believe now is the time to come together and recognise our business community who have really shown strong resilience over the past seven months. We have a wonderful night planned to celebrate the past, present and future of the Chamber and invite anyone interested to come along and enjoy the night with us.” Special guest speaker for the night, sponsored by UniSA Mount Gambier, is Sputnik - an author, story teller, adventurer, business strategist and internationally awarded creative who has worked at some of the world’s biggest advertising agency groups both here in Australia and South East Asia. He has worked across almost every business category imaginable for clients large and small including CocaCola Amatil, DaimlerChrysler, Hardys Wines, Caltex, Singha Beer, Disney, Unilever, The Simpsons, Tourism Australia and MercedesBenz. Tickets are $70 and include a three course meal, entertainment and the presentation from guest speaker Sputnik. Tickets are limited and available from Sticky Tickets https://www.stickytickets.com. au/J46YY The current board of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce consists of President Hayley Neumann, Candice Fennel, Helen Strickland, Jane Read, Venny Langland, Rachael Ashman and Gary Jaffer.

The Mount Gambier community has been placed in a position all new parents find themselves – what to name a new arrival. In the case of Mount Gambier residents it is the Community and Recreation Hub that needs a name and unlike parents, that face a choice between thousands of options from honouring family to finding a more unique name, Mount Gambier residents have a choice in three – whittled down from the raft of suggestions originally submitted. Wulanda, Berrin and Mount Gambier CoRe have made the short list and you have until November 13 to have your say. Elected members are eager to receive the community feedback and some have their own favourites, while still understanding in the end it is you that has the final say. Cr Frank Morello is wedded to an indigenous language name and has a penchant for Wulanda, which means enjoy, cherish and comes from the local Bunganditj language. “It says that we see them (First Nations people) and that’s important to me,” Cr Morello said. “It says we realise their connection to the land is important.” Cr Morello said it was important the name had local significance and was not just the brainchild of a focus group or marketing team. “We want the name the have as much meaning as possible,” Cr Morello said. “You could hire a whiz bang marketing person and end up

with a manufactured brand but that will never have as much meaning as a First Nations name.” Cr Morello made an impassioned speech at the council meeting where the shortlist was established. “We’ve often said, in this very chamber, that we should celebrate our Boandik heritage by making it more visible in our community,” Cr Morello said. “What better way to do that than by giving our biggest, most visible building a Boandik name…Wulanda can be so much more than just the name of a building. The weight of this simple, solitary word is immense. It says we see our First Nations people. We see you and we stand with you. We acknowledge your connection to country and believe it deserves public recognition. Any other non-indigenous name is a missed opportunity along the road to reconciliation.” Cr Ben Hood is also eager to hear what the community thinks of the three shortlisted options. “I like the three names that have been settled on,” Cr Hood said. “Each

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has a strong sense of place that will reflect what the centre is to this community.” Cr Hood has a soft spot for the Mount Gambier CoRe – an acronym for community and recreation that references centre, hub, heart, “I love how it references our volcanic history as well,” Cr Hood said. “And it is a name that will be easy to brand.” And given that is Cr Hood’s day job, he certainly has a handle on how best to promote the multimillion dollar facility, but he certainly believes an indigenous name would be a sound choice. “We have had a great deal of consultation with our First Nations community and I do think that is important to reflect that in the centre,” Cr Hood said. “Basically we have three great choices – it’s whatever the community would ultimately like us to call it and then we will work from there to build a strong brand.” To indicate your preferred name for the Community and Recreation Hub, register at: https://www. haveyoursaymountgambier.com.au/ CaRH/survey_tools/name


A place to call home Wattle Range welcomes new citizens to Beachport Wattle Range Council hosted a citizenship ceremony late last month with three Beachport residents pledging their allegience to Australia, committing to a future in Wattle Range. Mayor Des Noll welcomed all three of the new faces to the region as part of the ceremony.

ALL ABOUT FAMILY: (Above) Judy Redden, from the Philippines (holding her certificate) with her husband, children & mother-in-law. HAPPY IN HER SEASIDE HOME: (Below) Cristal Sneath, from the Philippines, (holding her certificate) with her husband, daughter, mother & father-in law.

WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING: New Australian citizen Linda Carter-Shepherd, from Ireland, (holding her certificate) with her daughters & Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll.

Community & council combine forces The five year wait is over for Dartmoor residents as Rail Trail Project snares a funding windfall Public Consultation

Limestone Coast Regional Public Health & Wellbeing Plan Council is seeking community comment on the relevant actions contained within the draft Limestone Coast Regional Public Health and Wellbeing Plan. This is a five (5) year plan aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of the region’s residents. In preparing the plan, consideration was given to the objectives and targets in the South Australian Health Plan aimed at creating a healthy, liveable and connected community for all South Australians. This Council is committed to supporting, strengthening and advocating for initiatives that will help to provide for better public health and wellbeing. In accordance with Council’s public consultation policy, the public is invited to comment and make formal representation to Council on the actions within the Plan. Written submissions marked ‘Regional Public Health & Wellbeing Plan’ can be posted to PO Box 27, Millicent SA 5280 or emailed to council@wattlerange.sa.gov.au and will be received by Council until 5pm on Wednesday, 2 December 2020. Copies of the draft plan which details the relevant actions are available from any of Council’s Offices or our website at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au/haveyoursay Please note that all comments, including the names of those responding may be tabled at a public meeting of Council unless otherwise indicated by the respondent in which case their details are to be excluded from publication. Ben Gower CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

The Dartmoor community is elebrating following the news that a key community-driven project to transform the township will come to life. The Glenelg Shire Council has secured funding for the Dartmoor Rail Trail Project through the Federal Government’s Local Roads and Community Infrastructure Program. The project will see the 1.3km unused rail track from the centre of the township transformed into an active hub, providing a sealed walking and bike path. Dartmoor Progress Association president and key project advocate Wendy Dowling was “overjoyed” that the rail trail project was being realised. “The project was first initiated in 2016, with the idea to enhance the natural beauty of our town and liven up the central precinct by providing a walking track for locals and tourists alike,” she said. “We’ve encountered a number of roadblocks over the years in trying to secure this project. We’re a resilient community but the crux of the matter is that without this support of council, the project would simply never happen. “We’re extremely grateful for all that has been done to ensure the Rail Trail was prioritised, it’s an enormous thing for a small township like ours and this is the type of project that will benefit the whole community. “It’s pretty exciting after all these years of hard work and we just

can’t wait for the works to start.” Mrs Dowling said the project would have a number of benefits not only for Dartmoor, but for the South West region as a whole. “We have to have projects like this to attract more visitors to the region,” she said.

“Tourism is an enormous part of our shire and people are looking to travel to regional areas more than ever. We’ve got plenty to offer here, and following the completion of the rail trail project, we will offer even more. “It really will be an asset not only to Dartmoor, but for the Glenelg Shire as a whole.” Works on the Dartmoor Rail Trail will commence in the coming weeks. GETTING ACTIVE IN DARTMOOR: (Above) Project advocates Heather Little, David Spencer and Wendy Dowling are overjoyed that funding has been secured for the Dartmoor Rail Trail and (left) the rail corridor set for a serious makeover including cycling and walking track.


Exploring the pandemic through video art Riddoch Art Gallery hosts month long international festival Video art takes centrestage this week when The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre hosts the International Limestone Coast Video Art Festival in Mount Gambier. Running for a month from Friday, the festival is based on the theme ‘Video art during and after the pandemic’ and will showcase innovative works created by 37 local, Australian and international video artists. The biennial event celebrates video art and places emphasis on

innovative and ground-breaking artworks. The 2020 festival will focus on how the global COVID-19 pandemic is impacting on humanity, as expressed by the artists. “The artists have created videos that make sense of the new normal, with many artists around the globe in lock-down or quarantine, facing physical, psychological and emotional effects,� Riddoch Art Gallery director Dr Melentie Pandilovski said. “Video art is a versatile medium expanding across new platforms and is a definitive centre-stage of today’s culture. It is proving to be the perfect medium for conveying various narratives framed around the current COVID-19 pandemic, including the story of the survival of humanity.� The program includes open call and curated selections, an exhibition, live telematic event, online screening and workshops. Dr. Pandilovski invited seven selected artists to create new work in response to the theme in the curated selection, while open call

entrants submitted one original work produced between January 2020 and August 2020 in response to the pandemic. “Many of the video art stories you will witness address various anxieties, worries and economic strains,� he said. “However, there are also optimistic stories filled with humour, electing to present entertainment in the face of catastrophe, deep contemplation, solidarity, community mindfulness, risk-taking, compassion, and cheerfulness amid self-revelation.� From more than 1800 open call entries, 29 videos that explored isolation, fear, new cycles, repetition and boredom were selected for the festival by a judging panel of six. “We are especially pleased to present video artworks from our region, including Luke Pellen, John Baseley and Mostyn Jacob who are all from Mount Gambier,� he said. The prize winners will be announced this Friday at 6pm, while on Saturday telematic video artist Paul Sermon, who is based in Bristol, UK, will connect with participants in

the Media & Virtual Reality Studio at The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre and artists based in Singapore, London and Sao Paulo, Brazil for a live online performance to tell stories of self-isolation. Saturday and Sunday will also see a visual storytelling workshop with a focus on approaches and techniques for moving and static pictures, will be led by David Blaiklock and Dan McLean from UniSA Creative in the Media & VR Studio. Intereseted community

members are encouraged to join this storytelling ‘COVID 2020 visions’ workshop incorporating animation, illustration and product design teaching methods and techniques from UniSA. UniSA Creative (CTV) has pledged a $10,000 in-kind commitment to support the festival in 2020 for the delivery of public workshops and to mentor the Young Artist awardee. See the full International Limestone Coast Video Art Festival program at the gallery website.

Doing it for the kids 2020 Limestone Coast Toy Run launches Organisers are expecting at least 100 vehicles to join the convoy for the 2020 Limestone Coast Toy Run, as demand for assistance for families at Christmas time has seen a COVID triggered surge. The toy run has been running for at least a decade, with Baptist Care SA taking the reins of the event a couple of years ago and they are confident, the community’s generosity will again know no bounds, despite a difficult year. Baptist Care SA Limestone Coast regional manager John Merrett said one of the major changes for the 2020 event, which is being run on November 28, was monetary donations are set to be the gold standard, rather than previous years where donated gifts were gratefully received. “Due to the impact of COVID-19, many children and families are facing hardship,� John said. “This year monetary donations only will be accepted and gifts will be purchased specifically for each registered child, to minimise handling and sorting of goods.� Last year’s event drew a generous response from local businesses and community members, with more than 500 gifts distributed to 354 less fortunate children through 16 schools and support agencies. But this year it is all about the cash and donations will be greatly appreciated via the Facebook page, Baptist Care SA website or contacting Baptist care SA directly. John said a good guide was $30, which can purchase a special gift for a disadvantaged child. The Limestone Coast Toy Run has a number of routes before converging on Mount Gambier, revving their way

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Jenny Turner recently celebrated a milestone birthday and she decided to make it a celebration that paid it forward, requesting her friends and family forgo gifts for the birthday girl and alternatively donate money or goods to the Regional Foodbank. “I am a diabetic and allergic to fragrances and chocolates and things that smell great like hand lotion are generally what you receive as gifts as you get older,” Jenny said. “At my age you’ve got everything you need or what you need you can buy and there are so many people suffering out there and I would rather help out there.” Jenny is sharing her initiative to inspire others to consider a similar plan and already one of her neighbours at Hallmont has decided that will be how she celebrates her 70th birthday next year. “No matter how much you can offer, it all helps,” Jenny said. And she should know. After a tough childhood, Jenny has always tried to lend a hand, whether it be donating to missionary programs or fostering a teenager with a disability for three years.

Jenny initially projected she might garner $200 to hand over to Foodbank but she easily surpassed that target. “It went from $200 to $300 and just kept going up,” Jenny said. “People actually said they gave more than they would have spent on a gift for me because it was for such a good cause. I kept thinking about the little ones, in particular, that don’t get enough to eat, and I wanted to do something for a local cause.” In the end Jenny handed over $610 as well as almost 20 kilograms of food and she has a further $110 to drop off from late “gift givers”. “I was honestly amazed how generous people were,” Jenny said. “I just want people to know that every little bit counts and can help someone in need.” FOODBANK REAPS REWARDS FROM 70TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS: Mount Gambier’s Jenny Turner encouraged her friends and family to donate money or goods to Foodbank rather than showering her with gifts for her recent 70th birthday.

Just what we put in our bins is set to be in sharp focus this week as the City of Mount Gambier launches a raft of free activities as part of Planet Ark’s National Recycling Week. Running from this Thursday until Saturday, November 14, the theme for the 2020 national recycling week is Recovery: A Future Beyond the Bin. Hot on the heels of council’s success in the Keep Australia Beautiful 2020 Australian Sustainable Communities Tidy Towns Awards in the Resource Recovery and Waste Management category, supporting the Planet Ark initiative is a chance to reinforce sustainability practices and what is on offer in Mount Gambier. The 10 days of the program will see council look to educate the community on the value of resources by giving them a second life and reducing single resource use through reusing and recycling. “The campaign aims to tap into the sentiment amongst many in industry, government and the public who feel now is the time to make changes to the way we live and work,” City of Mount Gambier environmental sustainability officer Aaron Izzard (pictured) said. “Reducing our waste not only keeps valuable materials out of landfill, it also benefits the environment by reducing our need for new materials. Reducing and reusing can save you money at home and in the workplace.” The screening of The True Cost

will kick off Recycling Week at The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre on Thursday at 7pm. “The film explores the fact that the price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically,” Mr Izzard said. An online webinar focussing on recycling is also part of the program. “Ever wondered if you can recycle takeaway coffee cups or pizza boxes?” Mr Izzard said. “Did you know plastics are now getting recycled right here in Mount

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Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

www.gebhardts.com.au Phone 08 8725 5766 RLA 1903

NEW

1/3 Powell Street

OPEN

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00 2

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$195,000

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NEW

OPEN

$199,900 3 1 2 2 Toilets Trendy townhouse lifestyle. Low maintenance living in a quality group. Located just minutes from popular schools & city centre. Rare three bedroom unit with 2 toilets at this price.

NEW

19 Buffalo Crescent

OPEN

SAT 10.30-11.00

$495,000 + GST

10+

3

X2 separate offices located on a large allotment of approx 1,336m2 with great easy access parking. Both buildings with separate amenities including power, gas, water & security systems.

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$360,000-$380,000

$149,500 a| 1,095m2 approx This exceptional 1095m2 allotment (approx) will not last, nestled at the end of a quiet cul de sac in a very popular area of the city, close to Macdonald Park primary School and Saint Martins Lutheran College.

Situated in the popular area of Montebello stands this beautifully presented home. Spacious open plan living with the kitchen including electric cooking and quality appliances – all overlooking the neighbouring reserve.

NEW

4 Shalamar Crescent

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

23 Percy Street / 12-14 Alexander Street

OPEN

OPEN

SAT 11.00-11.30 1

$199,000-$209,000

16 Montebello Drive

SAT 10.15-10.45

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SAT 10.15-10.45

Deceptively spacious community title unit in small group. Large living area and covered pergola. Well maintained unit with a private yard. Perfect for the investor – just minutes to the city centre.

1 Margaret Street

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5/48 Crouch Street

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00

Fantastic front central unit with private rear yard and recently upgraded including near new kitchen and freshly painted throughout. This unit will not disappoint and only five minutes from the town centre.

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2/13 Gordon Street

SAT 11.00-11.30

$265,000-$275,000

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Well presented brick and tile home located in popular Conroe Heights. Spacious living area and generous bedroom sizes. Updated kitchen with modern appliances. Don’t delay your inspection on this one!

NEW

FREEHOLD ONLY P.O.A

$575,000

$495,000 4 2 2 The complete family package awaits. A beautifully maintained home set on an acre of established grounds, spacious living areas and covered outdoor entertaining. Be quick to inspect this quality home. NEW

Springview Stage 4

Springview Drive Mount Gambier

Priced from $128,000

Springview Estate Stage 4, only 9 allotments to be released. Arguably one of Mount Gambier’s most popular Estates. Power, sewer, water and NBN connected, side and rear colorbond fencing also included. Titles expected March 2021 – be quick!

Located in a prime location of central Mount Gambier stands this large commercial building. Long term secure tenants with a well established business, this property is ideal for investment.

RENTALS

Gebhardts Property Management

UNITS/HOUSES

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

12 Hanson Street

12 Hanson Street

3

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$220 pw | Available NOW

8 Franklin Terrace

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$260 pw | Available 14/12

24C Bay Road

2

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$350 pw | Available 13/11

51 Eldridge Drive

3

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$390 pw | Available 20/11

LANDLORDS WANTED! RENT

1+

Rare city centre multi tenanted opportunity. Renovated villa Circa 1900 of 3/4 bedrooms (currently leased), office/warehouse. Shedding fronting Alexander Street. Portion of this leased at $930 p/m plus full office area available.

13 James Street

RENT

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RENT

8 Franklin Terrace

Avail NOW

$220 pw 3 1 1 • Three bedroom stone home • Lounge with gas heating • Dine-in kitchen with gas cooking • Detached single garage • Good sized, fully enclosed yard • Close to school and shops • No pets

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$449,500 3 1 1 This superb seafront property will appeal to the fussiest of buyers, new floor coverings window furnishings. Ultimate outdoor entertaining - settle by the sea!

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

NEW

Avail 14/12

$260 pw 3 1 1 • 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR • Lounge with s/c heating • Detached games room • Eat in kitchen with electric cooking • Single carport UMR • Pets negotiable

51 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong NEW

Avail 20/11

$390 pw 3 2 4 • 3 bedrooms, main has ensuite & WIR • 4th bedroom • 2nd & 3rd bedrooms have WIR & BIR • Open living family/ dining/kitchen with dishwasher & electric cooking • Formal lounge • Ducted r/c air con • Alfresco entertaining area • Double garage UMR • No pets


Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

NEW

32 Lorikeet Street

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Jo Campbell SALES 0409 240 223

$349,500

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

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Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

NEW

21 Sturt Street

3

Beautifully presented brick and tile home with plenty of shedding making it ideal for the retired couple or young family. Updated kitchen with induction cooking, integrated miele dishwasher, stainless steel appliances all overlooking established gardens.

$349,000 + GST

NEW

157 Bay Road

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

33 Wyatt Street

NEW

$399,000-$429,000 2 2 1 The ultimate inner city home. Torrens title homette, modern design and low maintenance living at its best. Walk to the city centre – restaurants and parklands. Perfect for the retiree wanting to lock and leave.

Well maintained commercial property in fast growing area. Tastefully styled inside, perfect for a business or consulting rooms. Large allotment with parking at the rear. Zoned CCE – City Centre.

NEW

12 Gwendoline Street

Malcolm Lewis SALES 0411 899 693

22 Sunnyside Drive

NEW

UNDER T CONTRAC 4

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$449,500

3

Located in a sought after location is this beautiful, solid four bedroom family home. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with slow combustion heating and reverse cycle.

NEW

3/1 Powell Street

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$249,000

NEW

$92,500 a| 525m2 approx A great central allotment on approx 525m2. Rare to find in this location. Get set to build your dream home. Contact our office for more details.

2/2 James Street

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$264,500

$269,500 2 1 1 Located in a beautiful area only a stone throw away from the Blue Lake is this neat and tidy solid two bedroom home. Open plan kitchen and dining with electric cooking & great storage. Generous sized bedrooms, both fully carpeted with built in wardrobes. 9/20 Wimmera Street

120 Square Mile Road, Square Mile

4

An impressive modern townhouse – just minutes to city centre, generous bedroom sizes and living area. Wet areas upstairs and down, private rear courtyard and timber balcony. Ideal investment, property showing a strong return.

44 Umpherston Street

1

Great well cared for home on Lakes fringe that is sure to appeal. Large rooms – high ceilings and fantastic 1283m2 approx allotment are all on offer. Arrange your inspection now!

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E.O.I CLOSING FRI

$99,500 2 1 Great budget buying unit that will polish up well with a slight make over. Ideal investment / occupier opportunity – hard to find in this price range.

Classic 1880’s homestead set on approx 56 acres fenced into six paddocks with good fencing, highly productive volcanic sandy loam soils and outstanding pastures. The homestead offers three bedrooms with the option of a fourth.

LOT 4+6 Hay Tce, Kongorong NEW

a| 1,200m2 approx $55,000 each Located in the quiet township of Kongorong are these two flat level allotments approximately 1,200m2 each. Electricity passing, fully fenced. Build your dream home (S.T.C.A)

23-25 Commercial Street West

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

Subdivision

From $83,500

$750,000 4 2 4 MUST SELL - ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED Resort style luxury by the sea. Morning walks on the beach – refreshing sea breezes and sunsets from your front or rear balcony – two street frontage – huge array of high clearance shedding and large shop area.

Great flat serviced allotments in popular coastal township – swim, surf and fish at your doorstep! New stage now available. Enquire now!

32 Commercial Street West

NEW

78B Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

COMMERCIAL 2/2 James Street 23-25 Commercial Street West

Avail NOW Commercial • Ideal for retail or office space • Great incentives on offer from lessor • Approximately 98.16 m2 • Two double access doors • Great window space • Fantastic Location • $1200.00 pcm first year + GST & outgoings, all offers considered

Avail NOW Commercial • Area approx 300m2, upstairs area approx 74m2 • Downstairs with 3 consulting rooms, store room, separate office area with work stations, filing room, open floor area with 2 counter areas. Upstairs has an office, large store area, lunch room & toilet

Avail NOW Commercial • Approx. 178m2 showroom area • Excellent retail opportunity • Large open area with reverse cycle air conditioner • Suit a variety of uses • Separate office/store room and kitchen area • Rear carpark area • Large public carparking available • $38,000 + GST - Price Negotiable

Avail NOW Commercial • Prominent seafront location overlooking boat ramp and car park • Modern and well fitted store • Large floor area, flexible layout • Opportunity for a diverse range of business • Longterm lease available • 177 sqm floor area • POA

32 Commercial Street West 78B Sea Parade Pt MacDonnell 94 Commercial Street East



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

Candyce Cory Property Management 0427 333 517 RLA 280309

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au 344 CAROLINE ROAD, YAHL N

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1/101 JUBILEE HIGHWAY EAST, MOUNT GAMBIER

$149,000

2 1 2

CONVENIENT CARE FREE LIVING

OPEN

This conveniently located, affordable unit features two fantastic sized bedrooms with built in robes, spacious kitchen / dining with electric cooking ‌ large lounge with reverse cycle heating and cooling. This standalone solid brick unit conveniently located within walking distance to the town centre and McDonald Park Primary School. Situated within managed Strata complex. Large kitchen/dining area with great bench and cupboard space, electric cooking. Separate spacious lounge room with split system. Master bedroom with floor to ceiling built-in cupboards and split system. Second bedroom being well sized at rear. Bathroom with shower, separate bath, corner vanity and separate toilet. Sized laundry with wash trough and outside access.

SATURDAY 10.00-10.45AM

15 WEHL STREET SOUTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

$890,000

3 1 3

SOLD

A PLACE TO CALL HOME

Warm and inviting 3 bedroom home located in the District of Yahl on approx 93 acres. Modern dine in kitchen with electric cooking, dishwasher & ample cupboard space R/C cycle air condition, cozy lounge with gas log heating, bathroom with bath, shower & vanity, heat light & a separate toilet The home also offers a rumpus room off of the enclosed rear verandah with the laundry & a second toilet located within this area. Outside features include approximately 93 acres fenced into seven main paddocks watered by a windmill and a second bore, garage / workshop with an attached double carport, single car garage with pit, old dairy numerous out buildings, rain water plumbed to the home, a chook yard, assorted fruit trees and even a motorbike track. This property would lend itself to all aspects of farming and is located just 10kms from Mount Gambier and close to the Glenburnie Sale Yards. Inspect this property today to appreciate the location, the presentation and the warm and inviting family feeling. Breathe the country air and make this your families new place to call home.

$579,000 PRIME LOCATION ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES

This charming home is situated on the corner of Wehl St Sth & Eleanor Street on a 1201m2 allotment across two Titles. The home maintains old world charm with high ceilings, ornate cornice, ceiling roses and stained timber skirtings and architraves. 3 bedrooms with the option of a 4th bedroom or second living area, formal dining, expansive lounge with gas heating and a R/C A/C, kitchen with electric cooking, bathroom with shower and vanity and a separate toilet off the laundry area. Possibilities for the purchaser of this unique property include. Converting the home to offices with the potential of carparks at the rear, purchasing both Titles and build on the Eleanor Street Title.

196 MILLHOUSE ROAD, NELSON

LAND ? HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS BY 12 NOON FRI 4TH DEC (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR)

3 1 4

173 STONY FLAT ROAD, WANDILO

AUCTION TO BE HELD ONSITE 16TH NOVEMBER 2020 AT 2PM ?

LAND

LARGE ACREAGE BETWEEN CITY AND SEA

PRIME LAND IN PRIME LOCATION

bores - 1 equipped with solar pump. This property lends itself to all aspects of farming. Would provide the ideal

yards and ramp. Sandy Loam soil. Most paddocks watered with windmill & pump. Good pasture renovation

rural retreat with the bonus of the sea right at your back door. Inspect this property today to appreciate the

history. An ideal fattening, warm block.

Approximately 169 acres across two Titles. Warm undulating blocks. Cottage dating back to the 1800’s. 2 x

Approximately 150 acres of undulating land. Fenced into 10 main paddocks. Overall good fencing. Timber cattle

location and its endless possibilities.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE

CLEARING SALE Saturday 28 November at 10am 388 Kromelite Road, Glenburnie th

6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER

ALL OFFERS INVITED

$235,000 TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY

3 1 1

This spacious family home is conveniently located within walking distance to Mulga Street Primary School, is situated on a 643 m2 Allotment and offers spacious family living. Comprising three bedrooms, two with built in Robes, a generous lounge area with slow combustion wood heating and a reverse cycle split system for your convenience, kitchen with pantry, double sink and a breakfast bar overlooking the dining area, large bathroom with bath, shower and vanity, even the toilet is spacious! Outside features include a single car garage with a remote roller door, a garden shed, an undercover BBQ area and with the addition of 1 small gate the rear yard will be secure and offer the perfect space for the kids and pets to enjoy.



MT GAMBIER | MILLICENT | PORT MACDONNELL | ROBE | BEACHPORT 1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989

malseeds.com.au $569,000

38 Tolmie St, Mt Gambier

6 Eltolla Crt, Mt Gambier

$299,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795 19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier

OPEN

3 2 4

147 North Tce, Mt Gambier

$260,000

OPEN SATURDAY 11.00-11.30

$455,000

OPEN

3 1 4

12 Tallarook Crt, Mt Gambier $390,000-$420,000

OPEN

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

5 2 3

3 2 4

376 Cafpirco Rd, Compton

3 1 1

$390,000-$399,000

OPEN SATURDAY 12.15-12.45

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

Jason Malseed 0419 032

3 2 5

4 1 10

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Wendy 0468 692 993

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

• 1800’s home is set on approximately 132 acres of land on the edge on Mount Gambier in the beautiful quiet area of Suttontown. • The land is made up of 8 paddocks, 2 windmills, irrigation bore, submersible pump and bore. Electric fencing, good pastures and steel sheep & cattle yards. Currently running sheep and cattle. • This property is a must see, book your private inspection with me today!

1/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier

Jade 0421 383 368

SATURDAY 11.00-11.15

HISTORIC COMPTON DOWNS 1800’s HOMESTEAD

8 MacKenzie St, Mt Gambier $280,000-$300,000

Jason 0419 032 795

$199,000-$205,000

$1,750,000-$1,850,000

3 Lexington Cres, Mt Gambier $290,000-310,000

3 2 2

3 1 1

OPEN

143 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown | Compton Downs

SATURDAY 1.30-1.45

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

5 Spehr St, Mt Gambier

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

13 2A CR ES

1 Springs Rd, Pt MacDonnell

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

4 BEDROOM HOME CLOSE TO SCHOOLS

4 1 4

$155,000-$160,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

SATURDAY 10.30-10.45

• There’s a lot more than meets the eye in this four bedroom family home. • Well sized lounge, plus huge family area at the rear of the home, with separate storage room. • Slow combustion heaters in both living areas. • Generous dining area plus roomy kitchen. • Built ins in main bedroom. • Double length carport plus double garage. • Close to schools and local supermarket.

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

SATURDAY 10.00-10.15

OPEN

SATURDAY 10.15-10.45

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

3 1 5

$315,000

OPEN

SATURDAY 9.30-9.45

SATURDAY 9.00-10.00

4 2 3

3 Lumidin Blvd, Mt Gambier

OPEN

OPEN

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$194,000

2A CR ES

5 Hume Crt, Mt Gambier

Courtney 8724 9999

3 1 2

Sam 8724 9999

Selena 8724 9999

Kathy 8733 1989

$230,000

3 1 1

Kelli 8724 9999

2/13 Myall St, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Kira 8724 9999

Bronwyn 8724 9999

$230,000

3 1 1

Tanya 8724 9999


If you’re looking for your next property move, we can help when you’re ready to play

Sale 31 Victor Street, Mt Gambier H + B offers by 30th Nov 12pm Open by appointment

Sale 3+ 2 2

Sale 14 Kingsley Court, Mt Gambier $279,000 - $289,000 Open by appointment

Sale 4+

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Sale 3

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Sale 20 Seventh Street, Millicent $199,000 - $209,000 Open by appointment

2 Mountain Court, Mt Gambier E.O.I by 12th Nov 12pm Open by appointment

75 Gray Street, Mt Gambier Expressions Of Interest Open by appointment

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37 Emily Street, Millicent $489,000 - $509,000 Open by appointment

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Sale 3+ 2 2

Sale 4

11 Clezy Crescent, Mt Gambier $299,000 - $319,000 Open by appointment

50 Suttontown Road, Mt Gambier $299,000 - $319,000 Open by appointment

Sale 4+ 3 3

4 Queens Avenue, Mt Gambier $389,000 Open by appointment


Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992

Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972

Sale 3 Sea Parade, Pt MacDonnell $799,000 - $819,000 Open by appointment

Naomi Kieselbach Property Management 0455 826 616

Sale

Sale 5+ 3 3

Sale 1+2/24 Fartch Street, Mt Gambier $429,000 - $449,000 Open by appointment

Sonya Jones Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405

9 Wattle Street, Mt Gambier $589,000 - $599,000 Open by appointment

Commercial

Sale 4

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2/26 Doughty Street, Mt Gambier $149,000 - $159,000 Open by appointment

Business

1-3 Englebrecht Lane, Mt Gambier $299,000 Open by appointment

4

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1 tennis court

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Sale

Price Attack, Mt Gambier $220,000 + Stock Open by appointment

24 Tanglewood Cres, Mt Gambier 6 $849,000 - $869,000 Open by appointment

2 Megan Place, Mt Gambier $315,000 Open by appointment

3

Sale Commercial

Hairhouse Warehouse, Mt Gambier POA Open by appointment

Business

Property of the week Low maintenance property offering modern simplicity

Sale 8 Coral Cove, Pt MacDonnell $91,000 Open by appointment

Vacant Land

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

3 Lee Court, Mt Gambier. $335,000 Open by appointment

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Conveniently located in a quiet cul-de-sac and close to healthcare, childcare, and the Mt Gambier Marketplace. This is a modern, practical, low maintenance property with a secure single garage that benefits from an internal access from the house. A carpeted formal living room with double windows overlooks the front garden. The master bedroom offers a WIR & ensuite bathroom. The family bathroom is a practical three-way design with a separate toilet. A carpeted living room offers downlights and a gas wall heater. Tiled kitchen offers a breakfast bar with a middle sink, lots of cupboard & bench space, under sink dishwasher, built-in S/S gas cooker and stovetop, and a RCAC. The rear yard is surrounded by high fences with plenty of room and has the potential to enclose a pergola and add some additional shedding.


Property Sales & Home Staging

RLA 282 450

7 Swallow Drive, Mount Gambier

5 Linden Court, Mount Gambier

Open

Open

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30

SATURDAY 10.30-11.00

NEW > WALK TO THE SHOPS

NEW > A HIDDEN GEM

Fantastic first home or investment property with plenty of living space. Located in the sought-after Birdsville area on a corner allotment, the property is conveniently located just a leisurely stroll away from Swallow Drive Shopping Centre, with the park and playground just around the corner. Inside the home offers a lovely renovated kitchen with electric cooking and breakfast bar, bright lounge with slow combustion wood heating and spacious dining/living room. Three bedrooms (two with BIR’s), revamped bathroom, separate toilet and laundry. Loads of bonus features outside include pergola off the dining room, lock up garden shed, cubby house and secure, flat back yard.

Set at the end of a small and quiet cul-de-sac you will find this lovely 3 bedroom brick home of solid construction. Bedrooms 2 & 3 contain BIR’s, whilst the master bedroom contains a tidy walk-through robe and ensuite. The separate lounge/ dining room offers split system air conditioning and a gas heater. The main bathroom is central to the bedrooms and contains separate bath and shower with a separate toilet beside. The tidy kitchen/meals area is complete with electric amenities, Bosch dishwasher, double sink & pantry cupboard. Stow your car in the carport which leads straight to your front door. Extra shedding is at the rear of the property and with measurements of 2.5m x 6.5m (approx) you can create a great workshop space as this is powered and has a concrete floor.

18/184 Jubilee Hwy West, Mount Gambier

$229,000-$249,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

3 1 1

$269,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 94 WEHL ST S, MT GAMBIER

3 2 1

$395,000-$420,000

Open

Open

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

SATURDAY 11.15-11.45

3

9 KYRENIA CRT, MT GAMBIER

$165,000-$175,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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$429,000 NEW PRICE

NEW > NEST OR INVEST

Immaculate unit located in Finchley Grove complex on the North-West side of the city positioned a short walk from Collins Court Shopping Centre and the Western Tavern. Inside offers two bedrooms, both with BIR’s, open plan living with r/c air conditioning, kitchen with gas cooktop, breakfast bar and built in washing machine, bathroom with shower, vanity and toilet plus a single carport UMR with remote entry and under cover internal access. The property is painted in soft neutral tones with new quality timber plank flooring, new water softener and quality blinds throughout. A beautiful low maintenance court yard garden with clothes line complete the property. The perfect first home or investment property to add to your portfolio.

- Stunning split-level home, architecturally designed with an emphasis on space, energy efficiency and natural light - 4 double bedrooms, 3 living areas & a study/5th bedroom - Kitchen with a large island bench and plenty of space & storage - Polished timber floors and high raked ceilings Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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LOT 2 EIGHT MILE CREEK RD, PT MAC $129,000 NEW PRICE 5.16 ACRES

NEW SHELLSEA CRT, PELICAN POINT From $87,000

NEW LOT 2/23 CRAFTER RD, COMPTON $145,000

- 5.16 acre allotment located within walking distance of the beach - Minutes from the Port MacDonnell General Store, Hotel & Chemist - Zoned Primary Production in the District Council of Grant - Located opposite Woolwash Caravan Park - Build your new two storey dream home! (S.T.C.A)

- Exciting land division in Pelican Point - Allotments ranging in size from 840m2 to 985m2 - Situated only 20 minutes’ drive from Mount Gambier – get ready for fishing! - Get in quick with some allotments offering new aerobic septic systems & one with shedding - Phone your builder today so you don’t miss your chance!

- Large 3002m2 vacant allotment, ready for building your new home (S.TC.A.) - Power & water connected with bitumen road frontage - Great location on the Western side of the City - 1st home builders, check out the $40,000 of building grants - Start designing you new home & ring your builder today!

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266

NEW 25 STILES ST, MT GAMBIER $335,000-$349,000

Open

SATURDAY 9.45-10.15 - Beautifully positioned home offers a renovated kitchen/dining with soft close cabinetry, pantry, dishwasher & electric cooking with a separate lounge - Family room contains a built-in bar with sink & Mt Gambier Stone Split Rock feature wall - Single garage with r/c roller door & internal access, backyard with lush lawns, wood shed & chicken coop, 6m x 6m carport and a 6m x 12m garage

SATURDAY 12.15-12.45

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

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- Bright and airy open plan living area showcasing a blackwood timber and s/s kitchen - A multi-functional Den with BIR can serve as a 3rd bedroom, separate living area or study for the executive - Offering huge double bay garage, rear yard access, meticulous gardens and premium fixtures and fittings - Outside offers paved pergola with roller blinds Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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NEW 25 LONGMIRE CRES, MT GAMBIER $359,000-$369,000

- 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home located in Conroe Heights area - Gas ducted heating throughout - Two living areas including open plan kitchen/dining/ family and formal lounge - Large outdoor entertaining area - Double car garage UMR plus high clearance carport with drive through access to the back yard Gail Richards 0409 268 199

4 2 3

5/9A SHEPHERDSON RD, MT GAMBIER

$99,000

- Private allotment within walking distance to CBD - Rare opportunity to purchase vacant land in a central location - All services available ready for building your dream home - Great location near Reidy Park School & Tenison College - ONLY 1 ALLOTMENT LEFT! Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Sara O'Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362

5 Greenridge Drive, Mount Gambier

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

4 Boddington Court, Mount Gambier

Open

Open

SATURDAY 10.45-11.15

SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

NEW > FAMILY LIVING AT ITS BEST

NEW > FAMILY LIFE MADE EASY

Family living does not get much better that this! Storage, space and beautiful elevated views of the Conroe Heights landscape. Open plan kitchen, living and dining area the kitchen boasts walk in pantry, electric cooking and completed with stainless steel appliances. Two living areas provide room for the whole family. Outdoor entertaining is at the forefront and this property does not disappoint with a beautiful alfresco area, featuring built in barbeque, perfectly positioned off the kitchen whilst overlooking the backyard. Bonus features include gas ducted heating, s/c wood fire and fully automated pop up sprinklers. Dual driveways and rear yard access. Presented to the highest level, this quality family home is one you will fall in love with!

Sitting on an ample corner block with expansive frontage, the sublimely attractive limestone façade makes an eyecatching statement. Once inside the free-flowing floorplan opens out before you, with the home centred around the sprawling open-plan dining, family, kitchen and bar area, bathed in bucket loads of natural light and air conditioning. The gourmet kitchen offers plenty of cupboard space, while the vast benchtops have recently been replaced, as has the double sink and tapware. Modern appliances include a dishwasher, electric cooktop and oven. Offering a sizable, landscaped back yard with a covered pergola area. If you’re thinking of upgrading to spacious, easy living, close to everything, then this is the property for you!

$429,000-$459,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

$359,000-$379,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW 24 POWER ST, MT GAMBIER

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2020 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - Private and secluded home set on 3913m2 allotment in the heart of the city - 5 Bedroom 1950’s built home flooded in natural light with a generous feeling of space - Beautiful attractive gardens in a highly sought-after location being only a short walk to the CBD - HUGE backyard offering plenty of room for children and pets to play, additional shedding or development potential (STCA) - A unique offering Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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NEW 11 KALIMNA CRES, MT GAMBIER

HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING FRIDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2020 AT 1PM (if not sold prior) - This classic limestone Bungalow is flooded with natural light and exudes quality & style - Positioned on a 1366m2 allotment in a sought-after central Lakes location - Three HUGE bedrooms, master with WIR & ensuite - Stunning kitchen/meals/family with separate formal lounge room - Outstanding North facing indoor/outdoor entertaining area - Single garage with remote entry and drive through access to the rear with second bay converted to a beautiful studio Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 18 TURNBULL DR, WORROLONG

HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS CLOSING MONDAY 23RD NOVEMBER 2020 AT 5PM (if not sold prior) - Light filled architecturally designed family home - Built to embrace the North facing aspect, the sense of space is amplified by cathedral ceilings and large windows - Mature gardens with stunning roses, pittosporum hedges, advanced trees and automated watering system - Exclusive access to the sugar loaf reserve and walking trails at the rear providing a beautiful leafy, private extension of the back yard - Providing a private sanctuary the property is built for a large family to grow and enjoy for many years to come Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

4 GLENBURNIE HEIGHTS

LOT 4 & 5 CRAFTER RD, COMPTON

- Ready for you to build your dream home (S.T.C.A)! - Lot 4 | 5000m2 | $149,000 - Lot 5 | 8535m2 | $175,000 - Fully fenced with gateways offering three phase power and town water supply - Picturesque country setting just a short drive from town - Lot 2, 3 & 6 are now UNDER CONTRACT! Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

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- Exciting new subdivision overlooking the Mount Gambier Racecourse and surrounding countryside, located within minutes from the City Centre - Power & town water connected - Magnificent opportunity to build your dream home, with plenty of room for sheds and stables (S.T.C.A) - ONLY 2 ALLOTMENTS LEFT! Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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- Immaculate sandstone and limestone period façade, classic English box hedges, luscious lawns and manicured gardens create an unforgettable lasting impression - 5 luxurious bedrooms, the master with WIR and ensuite - 3 living areas, including formal dining and lounge, open plan family, meals and gourmet kitchen Al Lamond 0418 849 266 3 BRUINS RD, WANDILO 2.91 ACRES

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- Picturesque rural living allotment of 2.91ac, only 10 minutes drive from the city - Situated on the western side of Mount Gambier, close to Tenison Woods College & Compton Primary School - Price includes rural style fencing with 3 phase power and phone to the boundary Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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9 STABLEFORD CRT, WORROLONG

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- Magnificent Federation style home offering formal lounge & dining and designer kitchen with a 900mm freestanding gas oven - Four large bedrooms, master with WIR plus ensuite and two with BIR’s - Well established gardens with impressive veggie garden and variety of fruit trees - 65,000L rain water tank and town water Al 0418 849 266 or Sara 0438 708 281 4 LOT 102 GLENCOE RD, GLENCOE 2.5 ACRES

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- A great opportunity to build your country dream in the popular township of Glencoe - 2.5 acres with access from both Glencoe Road and The Springs Road - Close to the Glencoe Shop & Post Office - Scattered with attractive gum trees - Power passing Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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20 REGINALD STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

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Private and secluded home set on 3913m2 allotment in the heart of the city. 5 Bedroom 1950’s built home flooded in natural light with a generous feeling of space. Beautiful, attractive gardens in a highly sought-after location being only a short walk to the CBD and everything Mount Gambier has to offer. Sun drenched timber kitchen/dining with cork flooring, lots of storage, dishwasher, electric cooking and a stunning outlook over the front gardens. Two expansive living areas including a formal lounge with gas heating, feature timber wall panelling with bar and large windows. Two bathrooms plus a third toilet. Large carpeted, fully enclosed entertaining area with patio blinds. HUGE backyard offering plenty of room for children and pets to play, additional shedding or development potential (STCA). A unique offering!

FOR SALE BY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2020 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior)

Property Sales & Home Staging A: 32 Bay Road Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 W: www.key2sale.com.au RLA 282 450

Gail Richards M: 0409 268 199


7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 5290 www.completerealestate.net.au RLA 226179

STEP 1:

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Understand your purchase price by speaking with a finance broker. If you had pre-approval before COVID-19 it is recommended you are re-assessed.

If the allocated times do not suit then other times can easily be arranged.

Kim or Marika make it easy and are available to take your call or text to arrange your preferred time.

CHOOSE A PROPERTY

How to view a property

CALL OR TEXT

SELECT A DAY/TIME

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL! Call Kim Cawthorne or Marika Hart on 0499 165 271 93 Bay Road, Mount Gambier

40 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier

6 Altinio Drive, Mount Gambier

ONLINE AUCTION Tuesday 10th November 6.30pm (unless sold prior)

ONLINE AUCTION Thursday 12th November 6.30pm (unless sold prior)

ONLINE AUCTION Tuesday 17th November 6.30pm (unless sold prior)

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FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Call Kim. Vendor Statement is available for perusal online at www.openn.com.au under property link.

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FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Call Kim. Vendor Statement is available for perusal online at www.openn.com.au under property link.

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FOR SALE BY OPENN NEGOTIATION Is underway and this property can sell at any time. Call Kim. Vendor Statement is available for perusal online at www.openn.com.au under property link.

• Circa 1920. On the edge of the Blue Lake • Enjoy walking and bike trails of the Valley Lake • Lovingly maintained and cared for by its owners

• Circa 1890. Ultimate location • Central kitchen the heart of the home • Pergola area over looks low maintenance yard

• Property features a modern and unique design • Several outdoor living areas. Fruits trees • Ducted heating and cooling, rainwater to house

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL!

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eldersrealestate.com.au HOME IN HIGHLY SOUGHT LOCATION 96 Crouch Street South, Mount Gambier • Elders Real Estate are proud to offer this lovely character filled family home. Situated in the popular Blue Lake location, hidden behind a large private stone fence and only metres from John Watson Drive. • On the lower level you will find a beautiful kitchen with island bench opening to a light filled dining area. The large formal lounge sits in the middle of the house leading out to the rear covered deck area. • Up stairs you are welcomed by a large landing, which could be utilized as a home office. A large second living /forth bedroom plus the third bedroom finishes this level. Deon Howell 0419 037 896

NEW PRICE | $359,000 - $379,000

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$249,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

9 John St, Kalangadoo

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SPECTACULAR HOME & SIGNATURE STYLE 17 Stella Place, Mount Gambier • Signature and award winning Argent Construction appeal, truly a beautiful piece of architecture and a one of a kind design that is guaranteed to impress. • Stunning timber features contrast with bold lines and custom windows that allow an abundance of natural light through multiple living spaces. • The inviting floorplan offers ample space for a family, with the highlight of the home being the huge master bedroom & ensuite. • Designed to entertain, the kitchen includes a 5-burner gas top, "Tectonite" sink and a hidden butlers pantry complete with 2nd sink, De'longhi automatic coffee machine and ample storage.

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

NEW | $519,000 - $529,000

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$548,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

15 Redwood Ave, Mt Gambier

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COMFORTABLE COUNTRY LIVING 120 Square Mile Road, Yahl • 56-acre property fenced into 6 paddocks, offering outstanding grazing country with highly productive volcanic sandy loam soils and features excellent pastures. • 1880’s homestead with three generous sized bedrooms, one with built-in robes and ensuite. • Renovated kitchen with separate dining area and adjoining second living /entertaining area featuring 3.6m high ceilings. • An abundance of shedding including a double car shed, large implement shed and a hay shed.

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

E.O.I by Friday 6th November at 12pm (Unless Sold Prior)

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$550,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

324 Yahl Rd, Glenburnie

$235,000

24 O'Loughlin St, Nangwarry

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Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

$169,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

1/6 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

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6 Trevorrow St, Mt Gambier

$125,000

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

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Deon Howell 0419 037 896

$120,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

6 Church St, Yahl

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Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

7 Carnoustie Crt, Worrolong

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DAMIAN VENN 0438 904 771

ALISTAIR COONAN 0422 156 363

DEON HOWELL 0419 037 896

CATHERINE MILES 8726 4400

DANIELLE JOHNSTON 8726 4400

PAM KNIBBS 8726 4400

CHLOE SMITH 8726 4400

LAUREN KAIN 8726 4400

9 Ba y Roa d , Mou nt G a m bi e r

RLA 62833

m tg am bier@elders. com .au


Sweet surprise Students at the end of a tough year Close to 200 boxes of cookies will be delivered to Year 12 students across the Glenelg Shire in the coming weeks as a small gesture to acknowledge the resilience and strength gained from such a challenging year. What would normally be a year of emerging adulthood rituals including celebrating turning 18, obtaining a driver’s licence and celebrating graduation with friends has been impacted by what can only be described as a once-in-alifetime pandemic. United Way Glenelg is working with local cookie business LeJovi in conjunction with Principal of Bayview College Dr Michelle Kearney to create a box of bespoke cookies, each containing an inspirational quote for students to draw strength from, such as “Absorb the colour of life”, “Your path is yours” and “Oh the places you’ll go.” United Way Glenelg executive officer Nicole Carr said though most of us can identify with the frustration due to current COVID-19 restrictions, few of us understood what it’s like to be deprived of what should have been some of the most important moments of Year 12 . “While we cannot make it right, we can still celebrate the Class of 2020 and let the students know that as a community we are supporting their incredible

Graeme 0419 806 410 Sales

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efforts,” Ms Carr said. “Our community often finds ways to take care of one another in difficult circumstances. We’re seeing that now more than ever, in ways too numerous to list. In the coming weeks, it will be important to continue to support the students as they finalise assignments and exams.” School principals have witnessed incredible examples of perseverance and determination from the students and thrilled to have them recognised by the community. Dr Kearny said the class of 2020 are resilient people of hope buoyed by the incredible support and encouragement of their dedicated teachers. “I am confident that these young people will in turn create a positive change in the community and their chosen fields of endeavour,” she said. Casterton Secondary College principal Meridith Walker said the staff have watched, with pride, as their Year 12 students grow from tentative Year 7 students to the

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confident, resilient, courageous young adults they are today. “We congratulate them for the strength that they have shown throughout a very challenging 2020 and wish them all the best in the coming years,” she said. United Way Glenelg is also inviting community members to leave a positive message of support for Year 12 students on a pinned post on their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/ unitedwayglenelg This initiative is funded by United Way Glenelg COVID-19 Impact Fund. If you would like to donate please go to https://www.givenow. com.au/uwg_covid19_impact_ fund

Salmon fettucine

HOPING FOR SWEET SUCCESS: Portland Secondary College students Zoe Packwood, Noah Tyrrell, Tyler Meade, Rozetta Punton & Dana Mueller

375g dried fettuccine pasta 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon drained baby capers 350g skinless boneless salmon fillets, cut into 3-4 cm pieces 1 red onion, thinly sliced 300ml light cooking cream 120g baby spinach 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1/3 cup finely chopped fresh continental parsley leaves Lemon wedges, to serve (optional) Method Cook the pasta in a large saucepan of salted boiling water following packet directions or until al dente. Drain and return the pasta to the pan. Meanwhile, heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Cook the capers, stirring, for 1-2 minutes or until they ‘burst’. Use a slotted spoon to transfer to a plate. Add the salmon to the pan and cook, turning occasionally, for 3-4 minutes or until golden. Transfer to the plate. Heat the remaining 1 tablespoon oil in the frying pan over medium-high heat. Cook the onion, stirring often, for 5 minutes or until softened. Add the cream. Cook for 2 minutes or until the cream reduces slightly. Stir the pasta, spinach, lemon juice and half the parsley into the cream mixture. Season. Cook for 1 minute or until heated through. Gently toss through the salmon. Sprinkle with capers and remaining parsley. Serve with lemon wedges, if using.

Jess (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

Lydia (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

Silvia (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

36 MILLARD WAY, KALANGADOO

Your Mates in Real Estate

23 JENKINS STREET, NAGNWARRY

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OPEN Saturday 11.30am - 11.50am $119,000 - $129,000

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A cosy house that feels like a home  Formal living room with gas heater 

Spacious rear deck overlooking yard  Double carport & sheds ideal for storage 

Updated kitchen & bathroom   3 generous size bedrooms – 2 with BIR’s

Ramp access for both front & rear doors  2  Chook pen / bird aviary + 942m allotment

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346 80 CARDINIA STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER OPEN Saturday 12.30pm - 1.00pm $239,000 - $259,000

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Welcome to 36 Millard Way, Kalangadoo - A gorgeous home on a private corner allotment of 4800m2. This home has been well maintained & presented that will suit a range of buyers looking to live outside of the hustle & bustle, but not too far to travel each day! Two bedrooms are carpeted and of generous size and a hall way that leads to the formal living area providing warmth and the ambience of a wood fire! Spacious master bedroom is tucked away and features a bay window with a sitting area, walk in robe plus ensuite featuring shower, vanity & toilet. Large carpeted lounge room with a r/c unit & sliding doors to the undercover deck with pitched roof, weather blinds & plenty of space for the BBQ etc. Neat & spacious kitchen with an abundance of cupboard space, electric cooking plus huge walk in pantry! Additional 7.5m x 5.5m room separate to the house, perfect for a rumpus room, pool room, teenagers retreat etc. Also, large 8m x 12m Colourbond shed with concrete flooring, power, roller door & PA Door. Extras include - Double carport / open shed for parking, Office / additional bedroom, 3 x Large Rainwater tanks plus Bore, Chook yard, Wood sheds & Leanto, 2 x hot water systems, Fenced yard areas - Ideal for the hobby farmer or family animals. Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

OPEN Saturday 10.00am - 10.20am $179,000 - $189,000

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Neat throughout & recently painted exterior   Modern/Renovated bathroom & laundry area

Large r/water tanks & rear yard access   Additional Shedding for storage

Enclosed pergola with S/C heater & bar area  Block size of approx. 1001m2 

Second outside toilet for convenience  Rent Appraisal $240.00 - $250.00 per week 

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

(08) 8725 8037 | www.limestonere.com.au | 178 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

RLA 263 296


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28. Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger created which popular social media platform? 29. Collingwood recruited 2020 Copeland Trophy winner Taylor Adams from which club? 30. Scottsdale is a town in which Australian State?

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which iconic musical theatre production? 12. Australia Post CEO Christine Holgate is also a board member of which AFL club? 13. Celebrating her birthday on October 21 – how old was Kim Kardashian? 14. Which Aussie supermodel cofounded skincare company KORA Organics? 15. Who are the coaches about to face off in Rugby League’s 2020 State of Origin Series? 16. What is the cube root of 64? 17. Who is Australia’s longest serving Prime Minister? 18. Which two Aussie comedians made up the comedy duo Merrick and Rosso? 19. Which former Sydney and Collingwood player had also taken part in a couple of series of renovation hit The Block? 20. Aussie alternative rock band The Rubens were part of the virtual entertainment for which sporting event this week? 21. Penrith Panthers won their first NRL premiership in 1991 – who was the coach? 22. Who directed Russell Crowe in his Oscar winning turn in Gladiator? 23. Anita Rank is Mayor of which South West Victorian Shire? 24. Suzuki is the maid of which opera character who shares her

Main street makeover Blueprint for town centre ready for comment DEVELOPMENT ACT 1993 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT

Pursuant to Section 38(5) of the Development Act, 1993 Notice is hereby given that an application comprising a CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with Council for a development assessment.

It is time for the Millicent community to have its say as Wattle Range Council, together with Wax Design, start to ramp things up in the creation of the Millicent Main Street Masterplan and Place Making Strategy project. Community Design Workshops are now on the calendar so the Millicent community can continue to be the key stakeholders they are

in this major project. The initial consultation was conducted via survey courtesy of COVID-10 restrictions. That survey was designed to assist the project team to gain a better understanding of what makes Millicent a great place and what opportunities exist to enhance the town centre in the future.

Details of the application are as follows: DEVELOPMENT NUMBER:

381/0432/2020

APPLICANT:

City of Mount Gambier

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT:

To construct alterations and additions to the existing Council Works Depot office building

SUBJECT LAND:

265-271 Commercial Street West Mount Gambier

CERTIFICATE OF TITLE:

5727/721

ZONE:

Light Industry

The application may be examined on the Council website at www.mountgambier.sa.gov.au/danotification or at the Council office located at the Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace, Mount Gambier. Please phone (08) 8721 2555 to make an appointment if you wish to view the application at the Council office. Any person or body affected may make relevant representations concerning this application via email at city@mountgambier.sa.gov.au or in writing, addressed to the Chief Executive Officer at PO Box 56, Mount Gambier no later than Tuesday 17 November 2020. Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission. Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the Applicant for a written response. This is the first and only publication of this Notice. Andrew MEDDLE

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

The Millicent Health Advisory Council Inc. Call for nominations Nominations are hereby called to fill six (6) vacancies on The Millicent Health Advisory Council at its annual general meeting on the 19th November 2020. The current incumbents are eligible for re-nomination. Nominations must be in writing, signed by two residents of the community and the nominee. The nominee must also be a resident of the community represented by the Health Advisory Council. The AGM will be held at 5:00pm at Millicent and District Hospital conference room 1. Voting shall take place if more than the required number of nominees has been received. Nomination forms are available from Millicent Hospital Reception and must be received by the Returning Officer prior to 5.00pm on 12th November 2020. Returning Officer Millicent Health Advisory Council PO Box 93 MILLICENT SA 5280 The term “community member” refers to persons who live in the Millicent Council area or who live outside the council area but use, or may use services provided by, or associated with area. WM0360

Almost 200 submissions were received with the responses used to prepare a draft design framework and concept plan to reflect the community’s vision for the town centre. Wattle Range Council mayor Des Noll was pleased with the number of survey responses received and encouraged all members of the community to participate in the next phase of the project. “I am grateful to the 184 community members and visitors who provided valuable feedback in the Millicent Masterplan survey,” Mayor Noll said. “I am pleased that over 85% or respondees visit the main street every day or at least twice a week. I strongly encourage all members of the community to participate in the next phase of the project by attending the Community Design Workshops which will enable us to continue with this exciting project.” The interactive design workshops will be held at Civic & Arts Centre Function Room, Ridge Terrace Millicent on Friday, Novmeber 20, and Saturday, November 21. In keeping with current COVID-19 requirements, the 45-minute design sessions will be limited to a maximum of 25 people per session. Sessions can be booked online at www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ millicent-community-designworkshop-tickets-125266502481 Community members who do not have access to the internet or are having issues registering online can contact council’s community development officer Sarah Marzec on (08)8733 0900. All other enquiries regarding the project can be directed to council’s director development Services, Steve Chapple on (08)8733 0900 or via email to council@wattlerange.sa.gov.au


Horoscopes

Lending a hand

ARIES

New Mount Gambier chairman to lead continued support for country people through ac.care

with Sarah Kulkens

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: White Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-5 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 1-2-15-26-36-34 This should be a good period for business- and work-related matters but anything that you sign should be seen by your business advisor to avoid problems in the later date.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 3-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 3-12-26-34-40-22

Financial matters should be improving a lot and you should be able to realize some of your wishes now. Romantic matters should also go well even though there could be a slight hitch.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 1-6-9-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-34-40-45 If you have been having troubles with your loved ones, this period should see you clear of trouble. Also, with business and work, things should improve and finances get better.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-5 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-24-40-33

If in conflict with authorities, you should come out a winner. It could also be a period of prosperity in your business and unexpected help from surprising quarters coming up. Don’t get involved with religious arguments.

LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 1-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-16-36-39-8

Travel and a chance to explore new vistas are in the pipeline for you during this period. You should be able to forget things that have been bothering you lately. Long distance travel is indicated and a busier time socially.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 1-6-8-9 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 9-5-12-26-34-45 You might not get to where you have been hoping for just yet but things are working towards it in the background. Best to let things go with their own pace and just wait.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 1-3-8-9 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-24-8-6-3

If you are quick off the mark you should be able to benefit from the good aspects for this period. Something you did in the past will now come back to benefit you.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 6-5-2-3 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-39-8-44 There could be a possibility of family reasons to celebrate coming up soon. Many could find out about new interests that will bring lots of fun and enjoyment to your life.

SAGITTARIUS

(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Orange Racing Numbers: 4-9-8-7 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-35-4-22 It could be a fun time but check your bank balance before promising anything more. You could find that an old problem has not gone away after all and it will sort out. Many could get lucky romantically and financially.

CAPRICORN

Lucky Colour: Red Lucky Day: Friday

(December 21- January 19) Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-1 Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-34-36

You might not feel too bad but you could be still overdoing it. Not a bad idea to have a check up. Your love life might be very busy but you must give yourself a break.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 1-2-4-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 4-15-45-40-3-39 This should be a time for good luck and happy times. If you feel you are missing out maybe you should look into yourself and change your attitude or behavior.

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Thousands of people across regional South Australia were supported by regional agency ac.care last financial year. A challenging year supporting people affected by COVID-19, meeting the growing needs of young people in state care and expanding its work in regional communities was the focus of the organisation’s annual general meeting last month. The organisation’s annual report, released to coincide with the meeting, also highlight the agency’s achievements across the Limestone Coast, Murraylands, Limestone Coast, Adelaide Hill and Fleurieu Peninsula over 2019/20. This included supporting 278 people to avoid homelessness with early intervention support, helping 866 people move from homelessness to stable accommodation and securing foster care placements for 372 country children who had nowhere else safe to call home. “The past financial year saw ac.care continue to focus on providing terrific services to country people to help ensure they have a safe home, enough money to live on and strong, positive relationships,” CEO Shane Maddocks said. “With the support of the community and our ongoing delivery on government contracts, we continue to develop a sustainable financial model and Key agency-wide ac.care statistics for 2019/20 • 278 people avoided homelessness with early intervention support • 1304 people accessed ac.care’s homelessness service • 866 people moved from homelessness into stable accommodation • 208 families opened their homes and hearts as foster carers with ac.care • 372 children found homes with local foster carers • 37 children were supported in our 24/7 residential care homes • 722 people in the Limestone Coast were supported with family mediation and postseparation support • 2029 people were supported in a crisis with financial help and food assistance • 412 people managed a difficult financial situation with the support of financial counselling Do you need help or can you help? • Do you need financial or emergency support, want to contribute to ac.care or would like to know more about becoming a foster carer? Call 1300 ACCARE (1300 222 273) or visit ac.care.org.au • Become a regular donor to ac.care by visiting www.givenow.com.au/ accareruralpeople

have staff and volunteers that demonstrate their incredible commitment to country people every day, clearly exhibiting the behaviours associated with our values of compassion, adaptability, relationships and excellence.” In his annual report, Mr Maddocks acknowledged the global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic had a devastating impact on regional communities, which would take years to recover, but the agency adapted to continue to support country people through the challenging and unpredictable times. “The resilience of ac.care and its people has shone through this time,” he said. “Our team quickly adapted to new ways of working whilst remaining focused on supporting our clients and we were able to keep the doors open at our sites and maintain service delivery.” This month’s annual general meeting marked a significant milestone for the agency as longserving board convenor Michael Bleby of Millicent stepped down after 25 years as chairman.

“The contribution Mike made to country communities through his leadership of ac.care cannot be measured,” Mr Maddocks said. “He has steered ac.care through significant changes and substantial growth of the organisation that now has over 250 staff working across multiple regions after the agency began in Mount Gambier in 1986.” Mount Gambier’s Rick Fisher was appointed as the new board convenor, while Mike continues to serve on a committee focused on the care governance of ac.care. “My aim is to ensure we can be confident we connect with people and their communities, guide children to safe and fulfilling lives, support families and help reduce need in regional areas,” he said. CHAING OF THE GUARD: Mount Gambier’s Rick Fisher (above left) was appointed as ac.care’s new board convenor and ong-serving ac.care board convenor Michael Bleby (above right), of Millicent, has retired from the role after 25 years as chairman.

Call for Nominations Climate Change Committee Interested persons are hereby invited to submit written nominations for membership as community representatives on a newly formed Wattle Range Council Climate Change Committee to help guide Council’s strategic direction in this important area into the future. Written expressions of interest providing Council with an outline of your background and interest, along with any relevant expertise you may bring to the Committee should be forwarded to Wattle Range Council, PO Box 27, MILLICENT SA 5280 or emailed to council@wattlerange.sa.gov.au by 5pm on Friday, 20 November. For further information please contact Council’s CEO Ben Gower on 08 8733 0900 or email bjg@wattlerange.sa.gov.au. Ben Gower CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


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RURAL RUNDOWN Best in show Six Limestone Coast agriculture schools compete in cattle handling competition

ACROSS 1) Opening for an anchor cable 6) Cheater’s sound at test time 10) Witchy crones 14) Enlightened Buddhist 15) Animal’s abode 16) Parting notice, briefly 17) Two light chasers 20) Settled on a sofa 21) Abominable Himalayan 22) Hair slickener 23) Ceremonial elegance 25) Jeweler’s collection 26) Diamond Head’s locale 28) Makes operable again 32) Type of salad or tragedy 34) Collection of miscellaneous pieces 35) Beatty of TV and film 38) Three light chasers 42) Suffix for extremists 43) Part of a sacrifice, sometimes 44) Swiss border lake 45) Less acute 48) _-bodied 49) Amos or Spelling 51) Titled peer of the realm 53) Does an IRS job 55) !tty-bitty bit 56) Be remorseful 59) Three light chasers 62) Black, in poetry 63) Utilized a doorbell 64) Bit of color 65) “Stop!” 66) “Cut bait” alternative 67) War horse DOWN 1) Makes hesitant sounds 2) Length x width, for a rectangle

3) James Cagney film classic 4) Succumb to gravity 5) Alcohol type 6) River to the Mississippi 7) It’s wrapped in India 8) Be in session 9) Excursion 10) Classic literary detective 11) Crosswise, on a ship 12) Encircles or fortifies 13) Eyelid affliction 18) Eye drop 19) Act of political backscratching 24) Signaled an actor 26) Shrek, e.g. 27) “Iliad” warrior god 29) Coastal cities 30) In the manner of 31) Due east on a grandfather clock 33) Make unwanted comments (var.) 35) Whom all contenders are chasing 36) And others, for short 37) Fraction of a newton 39) Cashew, e.g. 40) African antelope 41) Distribute cards 45) Familiarize 46) Just the right amount 47) Campus military org. 49) Engine supercharger 50) Ancient Greek theater 52) Thai bills 53) Lying under covers 54) Bondman of old 55) Charged particles 57) Encourage 58) _ out a living (just got by) 60) _ chi (martial art) 61) Punster’s skill

Six Limestone Coast schools have gone head to head in the show ring, despite the cancellation of regional shows, with the participating schools agriculture coordinators working hand in hand to ensure their students could showcase their skills. Allendale East Area School agriculture coordinator Danielle Tulak, who is also the Mount Gambier A & H Society president, spearheaded the running of the led steer competition late last month. Grant High School, Allendale East Area School, Lucindale Area School, Kingston Community School, Naracoorte High School and Bordertown High School were the participating schools at the competition, allowing their agriculture students to still experience the annual cattle handling event. “Basically a lot of schools had their cattle on site prior to COVID really ramping up and we saw it as important that the students could still be involved in the showing experience,” Danielle said. “The Royal Adelaide Show had a carcass competition, judged on the hook, and the Stock Journal ran a virtual show which was a nice little filler but we believed we could run our own event. For a lot of the kids it is their only link to agriculture and we didn’t want to lose that.” Allendale East Area School claimed the Grand Champion – Six Creeks Gazza, an Angus Simmental-Limousin bred by Brad Creek. Grant High School exhibited the Reserve Champion Steer, a 662

kilogram Angus steer – Claremont Blacks Quent. Kingston Community School picked up two accolades – the Best Prepared Steer (Randal Park Nigel), as well as Champion Novice Handler (Cassidy Hamilton Smith). Lucindale Area School’s Jack Edmonds took home the Champion Open Handler. “The agriculture programs at our schools are often the way kids get a foot in the door to pursuing a career in agriculture,” Danielle

said. “Agricultural education in the Limestone Coast is really strong and we have some of the best teachers in the State running our programs. We are competitive with each other when it comes to things like these competitions but as a collective we also work really well together and support each other.” The competition steers were then sent to Teys Australia in Naracoorte for processing, with the on the hook and overall winners set to be announced shortly.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell away as agents yarded 1144 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual large field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker support. Quality on offer was mixed with something to suit all orders as the market again sold to a mainly dearer trend. Vealer numbers were small as steers made from 410c to 440c with the heifers selling from 405c to 422c/kg. Yearling

steers to the trade made from 350c to 430c with similar heifers returning from 312c to 420c/ kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 330c to 432c as well as heifers from 323c to 420c/kg. Restockers only purchased small numbers this week as they operated on steers from 364c to a high of 490c and on heifers from 386c to 410c/kg. Some large weights were on offer in the grown steers and bullocks with the trade seeking supply from 362c to 405c with

feeder activity selling from 378c to 406c/kg. Grown heifers ranged from 320c to 400c to the trade with feeder support sold from 358c to 382c as manufacturing steers made from 297c to 352c/kg. Heavy cows lifted 4c as they ranged from 284c to 323c while the lighter selection returned from 220c to 296c as feeders operated from 264c to 300c/kg. Heavy bulls ranged from 250c to 290c as lighter types sold to 312c/kg.

Millicent Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded 708 live weight cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last week. These sold to the usual buying field with one extra from a large supermarket chain. Local farmers were also active bidders at an incredible sale that saw an average of $1910 per head

over the 708 yarded. Top quality grassfed cattle were offered and were a credit to all vendors. Heavy steers ranged from 3.74 c/kg to 4.20 c/kg. Vealer steers and heifers ranged from 3.60 c/kg to 4.60 c/kg with the higher being achieved on several occasions.

A small number of cows were again in demand and ranged from 2.82 c/kg to 3.40 c/kg, with bulls returning between 2.60 c/kg and 2.90 c/kg. Next fortnight the Millicent Cattle Market will return to Thursdays, (November 12) starting at 9am.


RURAL RUNDOWN Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS

THE MIDAS TOUCH: (Above left) - Champion Open Handler Jack Edmonds (Lucindale Area School) & (above right) - Champion Novice Handler Cassidy Hamilton Smith (Kingston Community School). BEST IN SHOW: (Opp. page top) - Grand Champion – Six Creeks Gazza, - an Angus Simmental-Limousin bred by Brad Creek and exhibited by Allendale East Area School and (opp. page bottom) - Reserve Champion Steer – Claremont Blacks Quenta - andAngus steer exhibited by Grant High School.

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded 1,114 head of live weight and open auction cattle at Mount Gambier last week. This was a small decrease on the previous week as these cattle sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality improved with an excellent run of heavy cattle with both weight and finish as

the market sold to a mainly dearer trend. Vealer quality was also very good as steers ranged from mainly 420c to a high of 457c as vealer heifers returned from mainly 410c to 441c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 380c to 420c as similar heifers sold from mainly 370c to 390c/kg. Feeder steers ranged from 410c to 428c as feeder heifers reached up to

405c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade ranged from 350c to 394c with feeders operating up to 413c/kg. Grown heifers ranged from 330c to 370c as manufacturing steers sold from 290c to 342c/kg. Heavy cows ranged from 290c to 315c with the lighter selection making from 205c to 270c as feeders purchased up to 300c/ kg. Bulls ranged from mainly 258c to 300c/kg.

Agents yarded 1232 old lambs, 85 new seaon lambs and 5353 sheep at Hamilton last week. The offering of lambs was of a similar weight range and slightly better in quality. There was an excellent penning of sheep which included good runs of Merino wethers with all the weights and grades represented. The regular buyers were in attendance plus one major interstate exporter operating on sheep. There was again limited restocker competition in a sale that was firm for old lambs.The small number of new season lambs mostly of trade weights attracted some strong competition making from 750c to 820c/kg cwt. Sheep sold fully firm to $5/head dearer and more in places for the heavier end. New season lambs to the trade sold to a top of $198 with most sales making from $144

to $165/head. Light 12 to 18kg old lambs made from $80 to $134/head averaging from 700c to 800c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $120 to $140/head, to average between 680c and 710c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $158 to $175/head, to average from 650c to 680c/kg cwt. Heavy weight lambs 26 to 30kg and over made up to $200/ head, to average 660c/kg cwt. Hoggets 3 score sold to $172/ head. Heavy crossbred sheep made to a top of $240 and the well covered Merino ewes sold from $135 to $180/head. Wethers made from $144 to $224/head, whilst the general run of Merino mutton sold from 580c to 670c/ kg cwt.Terminal sires sold to $67 and Merino rams made to $190 selling up to $20/head dearer.

Mount Gambier Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers rose but only by small amounts as agents yarded 17,485 lambs and 3035 sheep to total 20,520 head overall with an increase of nearly 2000 head on the week before. These sold to another large field of trade and processor buyers with a large number of active restocker orders seeking lambs to turn out and grow on. Quality was very good with weight and freshness in the skin in most pens with the presentation of the lambs being a credit to

the vendors. Buyers responded with strong competition all over the market with increases in price for both the sheep and lambs with the lambs lifting by $10 to $15/head. Light lambs to the trade ranged from $65 to $149 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returning from $144 to $161/head. Restockers competed for supply as they purchased lambs from $90 to $157/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $156 to $186/head

as most lambs returned from 750c to 800c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs sold from $174 to $208 as the extra heavy types were making from $196 to the market high of $248/head. Hoggets made from $110 to $186/head. Light ewes sold from $126 to $146 as medium weighted ewes made from $150 to $195 with the heavy pens selling from $186 to the market high of $235/head. Wethers sold from $152 to $230 as rams made from $67 to $138/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE PLUS SHEEP & LAMBS 114 cattle were yarded in Mount Gambier in a very good quality yarding. The bullock drop was 5-8c better across the board with the best bullocks topped at $3.96 but it was anywhere from $3.75-$3.85. The dairy and manufacturing cattle from $3.20-$3.40 with the yearling drop up 10-15c with the best of the yearling heifers topping at $4.30 with most of the yearlings from $3.90-$4.15. The yearling steers topped at

$4.34 for feeder cattle while most of the yearling steers going anywhere from $4.05-$4.20. Vealers were probably 15-20c better than the previous week. O’Connor & Graney had a top of $4.57 with the top for the heifers at $4.53. Most of the vealers went anywhere from $4.20-$4.40. The cows were around 10-15c bettern with the best cows topped at $3.30 with most of the heavy cows anywhere from $3.05-$3.15 with the lighter cows anywhere

from $2.65-$2.85. There was a yarding of about 1800 suckers and it topped at 195 for heavy lambs. Most of the heavy lambs went anywhere from 180-195. The lighter the lambs got the dearer they got. Light trade lambs topped at 180 but most of the lambs were from 150-178. Store lambs topped at $148 but most of them were $120-$142. Ethan Bronca - O’Connor & Graney

Agents yarded the first of the new season lambs this week with 1,795 lambs and 84 sheep coming forward for a total 1,879 head overall. The usual field of trade and processor buyers were present with a number of active restockers also seeking supply. Quality was generally good as most lamb sales ranged from 720c to 770c/kg cwt. Light lambs to the trade sold from $144 to $154, medium trade weights made from $164 to $178 and the heavy pens sold from $178 to $191/head. Restockers purchased lambs to grow on from $144 to $154/head. Hoggets made from $148 to $174/head. Light ewes sold to $90 with the heavier mutton making from $135 to $150/head.

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

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Radiator Springs Gateway to the Ornament Valley... “Welcome to Radiator Springs,� has become my catchphrase whenever I arrive at Penola recently. I’m not claiming any ownership of calling Penola Radiator Springs, as I’m certain I’m not the first person who started calling it that. For those of you who didn’t have young kids at the time when the movie Cars was released, and haven’t watched the movie eight hundred and thirty five times, and

can’t recite the movie by heart (“Okay, here we go. Focus. Speed. I am speed. One winner, forty-two losers. I eat losers for breakfast.â€?)‌ ‌Cars is an animated movie where all the characters are vehicles but with the personality of people. Lightning McQueen is a racing car and the main character of the movie who finds himself in Radiator Springs, a once bustling town that fell into disrepair when an interstate bypass meant people didn’t visit the town anymore. Sounding familiar? Now that I’ve given you the backstory, hopefully you can understand why I’m referring to Penola as Radiator Springs.

The wizz bang new bypass was completed meaning that people can cruise around Penola without having to drop down under one hundred kilometres per hour. If you’re not from the area, you can happily pass by without any idea that there is a lovely little town waiting for you to discover it. I presume that the bypass was largely built to save time for people travelling along the Riddoch Highway. So how much time does the bypass save you may be wondering. Let me share a recent experience. I have a GPS I use sometimes when travelling. I know this is old technology in a world where your phone is able to do everything that a GPS could ever do, as well as play music, take photos, send funny dances to your friends and slice bread. But I’m an old technology sort of guy. So I still have a Global Positioning System device. On my way home from Millicent to Mount Gambier recently, the GPS indicated that we would be home at 3.20pm as

we approached Penola. Being an old device the GPS did not have updated maps and had no idea there was a bypass around Penola. The device assumed we were going to slow down to fifty kilometres per hour and drive down the main street of lovely Penola. Presumably I would be able to compare the estimated time of arrival at home before Penola, to the ETA after bypassing Penola, and the difference would show me how much time the bypass had saved me. Remember 3.20pm as we approached Penola. By the time we got to the other side, the GPS indicated we’d be home by 3.19pm. 3.19! The bypass saved us one minute. We saved one minute, and the good folks of Penola lost the opportunity for a traveller to stop in at the bakery and get a delicious donut, or hedgehog, or pastry, or hot beverage. We arrived home sixty seconds early but didn’t have a wander through Never Too Old Antiques to see what interesting old items they had available. One minute for us, but we didn’t spend

a few dollars on dodgey ties and second hand books at the church op shop. I hope you’re getting the point. By all means, if you’re driving a semi trailer feel free to take the bypass around Penola, but otherwise turn into Penola and have a look around. Grab a snack. Spend a few dollars locally. And let’s avoid ending up with a Radiator Springs situation. And while we’re talking about it, you should drop in at that place that sells waffles in Coonalpyn. And there are a few interesting places to nose around in and spend a few bucks at in Naracoorte‌and give the Willalooka Tavern a go‌ you get the point. Let’s stop giving our money to big business and multinationals on the internet, and buy locally where it supports our communities. If you know a small business I should be spending money at between Mount Gambier and Adelaide, particularly one that sells delicious chips, or interesting second hand books, email me at robbietansel@gmail.com

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We are seeking qualified Hairdressers in our cutting only salon. Friendly team environment with a good work/life balance. Incentives available. Must be: • Confident, reliable, honest persons. • Motivated and efficient in a busy team environment. Up to 20 hrs/week, negotiable depending on suitability. Please email your cover letter and resume to; thecuttingcrew.mtg@hotmail.com

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Provide high level technical support for all site mechanical systems all-the-while optimising maintenance resources. Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, as Mechanical Supervisor, you will be a key member of the Maintenance Team across the site, enabling workflow & support capacity, ensuring maximum plant uptime. With a best practice mind-set, the breadth of this critical role will allow you the scope to make it your own and will take responsibility for, but not limited to: • Accountability of the adherence to best practice safe work procedures across all maintenance activities • Coordinate & manage all maintenance activity including coordination, planning, scheduling, execution and revision of all maintenance services across the site. • Coordinate and direct mechanical maintenance activities including repairs and breakdowns, planned shuts & plant improvements & upgrades • Ensure compliance with processes, policies & procedures • Coordinate training & development of the Maintenance Team • Supervise, monitor and set performance expectations for team and external contractors An extensive, relevant technical background, along with mechanical experience gained from a medium to heavy industry background is preferred together with some people leadership and management experience. Related sector exposure within the sawmilling industry would be highly regarded. Salary is commensurate with experience. Applications close COB Friday 20th November 2020. Contact Susie Rogers in confidence on details below: Sales Duncan McGregor 0407 722 983 Jill Collins 0400 598 327 Roz Crispino 0419 366 649

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Lead, design, implement & deliver a progressive and leading edge training program supporting high performance culture. As Training Manager you will assume responsibility for end-to-end workforce training and planning strategies, on-going improvement initiatives and overall training management and development of employees. With a best practice mind-set, the breadth of this critical role will allow you the scope to make it your own and will take responsibility for, but not limited to: • Manage essential training schedule for all compliance (Safety, Health & Environment) • End-to-end oversight of overall training program, evaluate outcomes ensuring continuous improvement of work practices & methodologies • Partner with, engage & motivate all stakeholders to embrace training from design to delivery • Innovate, design and deliver a pragmatic and progressive blended training program Appropriate qualifications in Workplace Training & Assessment and/or relevant extensive hands-on experience is sought for this role. Related sector exposure would be highly regarded although not essential. Salary is commensurate with experience. Applications close COB Friday 20th November 2020. Contact Susie Rogers in confidence on details below: Rusher Rogers Recruiters 0414 350 762

Tasks & responsibilities • Perform Pre-Delivery servicing on new Toyota Vehicles prior to sale • Install Genuine Toyota & Aftermarket Accessories • Execute vehicle wiring requirements for towing, dual battery systems and other ancillary equipment • Provide guidance and training to apprentice staff, ensuring safe work practices - as required • Provide a high level of customer service to our guests and their vehicles Qualifications & experience • Ability to manage the daily work of the Pre-Delivery Department • Developed knowledge of automobiles and the automotive industry • Highly motivated with the ability to work productively and efficiently Applications and enquiries are strictly confidential. Please send your resume/application to Service Manager – Glenn Wright gwright@noelbarrtoyota.com.au

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DIESEL MECHANIC APPRENTICESHIP Diesel Mechanic We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and ambitious Apprentice Diesel Mechanic to join our workshop at Mount Gambier. Our workshop manages maintenance and repairs to the company’s modern fleet of Volvo and Isuzu Trucks, a variety of company motor vehicles and Linde Forklifts. In total our fleet consists of over 1,700 plant items, so there is plenty of variety and opportunity to learn. To be successful in this role you need to be dedicated and strive to improve your knowledge and performance each and every day.Applicants must demonstrate a genuine interest in joining the automotive industry. Becoming an Apprentice with Borg enables you to gain invaluable experience whilst getting paid to gain a national qualification. This is a hands-on apprenticeship, learning starts from day one. If you are dedicated, hard working and after long term career opportunities then we would love to hear from you. To be successful in gaining this apprenticeship you will have: • • • • • • •

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Service Technician Due to continued growth in the market, OGR is seeking a professional to join the Car Service Team as a Technician in our busy vehicle servicing centre. Trade qualifications are desired. Other qualifications, such as auto electrical, air conditioning or a gas licence would be an advantage for this position. OGR sets a high standard with their mechanical expertise, customer service and value for money. We offer great working conditions, in a modern environment with all the latest technology and equipment. If you can work well under pressure, are a strong communicator, have a keen eye for detail and possess a high level of workmanship, this is the job for you. You will be working with multiple manufacturers including Nissan, Kia, Mazda, Holden and for the OGR Used Car centre. Being this region’s RAA contractor, there may be an opportunity to earn extra income on our after hours roster. Support and training is provided to build a successful career. If you are looking to improve your current position and advance your career opportunities, this is a great chance to join a professional team. All applications will be kept strictly confidential. Please send Resume and Letter of Application to: Simon Phillips, OGR Service Manager Phone: (08) 8724 1130 or Email: sphillips@ogr.com.au Applications close: Friday 6th November 2020

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SPORT Three in a row for Ashby Blue Lake ladies compete for championship honours Josie Ashby has completed a three-peat of ladies club championships at the Blue Lake Golf Club with a hard fought victory over Helen Stratford in the 36 hole championship final last week. Stratford was the first to win a hole on the par 5 third after squaring the first two holes but Ashby rallied and was three up heading to the 10th. A lost ball on the 13th caused Ashby some concern and at the end of 18 holes Stratford had been able to hold on and was two down. The scores seesawed for the next nine to see Ashby one up going to the 28th hol,e after recovering from an out of bounds ball on the 21st hole to still have the lead. Both had been consistent in their big hitting but holes started to form in Stratford’s chipping leaving long putts to contend with and Ashby took advantage securing the win on the 33rd hole 4/3. The Division 2 final of 27 holes between top qualifier Bev Pascoe and second seed Carol Megaw wasn’t quite the epic final that was predicted with Pascoe taking control from the start and was four up after the first nine holes. Megaw was often only one shot behind on most holes but as the match progressed Pascoe’s dominance came to the fore winning five of the holes but Megaw wasn’t finished yet and dug deep and put three wins on the board

from Sue Agars 38 and Lesley McPherson 37. The nearest to the pin 2nd shot was won by Agars and Lyn Gill. The pro-shot on the par 3 fifth was won by Joan McQuade. holding Pascoe at six up at the 18th. Megaw continued to fight squaring the 19th and 20th but it was Pascoe’s win on the 21st that clinched the championship for her 7/6. Presentations will be made after this Wednesday’s competition and to thank the caddies and referees. An 18-hole stableford competition was held for those players not involved in the championships. There was only one division and the winner Lucy Richards carded a massive 39 points to just get over the line

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BLUE LAKE LADIES CHAMPIONS: (Above left) - 2020 Division 1 Ladies Club Champion Josie Ashby (left) with runner up Helen Stratford & (above right) Division 2 Ladies Club Champion Bev Pascoe (right) with runner up Carol Megaw.

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Barrie Munro Passed away peacefully at the Mount Gambier Hospital on Tuesday, 20th October 2020. Aged 90 years. Dearly loved husband of Betty. Loving father and father-in-law of Katherine and Stephen, Shayne and Chrys Cherished Grandfather of 7 Grand Children and Great Grandfather of 12 ¾. As was

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Applicants will need to demonstrate: • Commitment to learning • Empathy and understanding of aged • Ability to communicate effectively • Initiative and motivation A position description and duties list is available from 101 Lake Terrace East, Mount Gambier, by emailing hr@boandik.org.au or from the website www.boandik.org.au. Any further enquiries and applications to:Human Resource Manager Boandik 101 Lake Terrace East Mount Gambier SA 5290 Ph: (08) 8725 7377 Applications close on Friday 13 November 2020.

THANK YOU Noel Lewis Bev, Shane, Sharon, Leanne and Duane and families have been overwhelmed by the love of family and friends. Thank you for the food, flowers, cards, phone calls and prayers. We thank the Oaks Aged Care Facility for caring for Noel in the last 3 months. We also thank Dr Scott Milan, Palliative Care and the Mount Gambier Hospital for their care.


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Strong start to 2020/21 softball season

Concordes White opened the season with a victory, built on a solid display of fielding and batting. Concordes White only committed three errors in the field for the match, which backed the great pitching performance of Billie Jones who didn’t give away a single walk over four strong innings. Concordes scored five runs in the second innings with consecutive safehits to Brandi Miller, Madelyn Sutherland and Kate Altschwager. Bri Dunn put some pressure on Concordes with a huge hit over centrefield’s head for Warriors, scoring Sarah Poldeman who had reached base on error. Warriors were able to rally and score three more runs to get close, however Concordes closed out the game with three more runs to bring the final score to 8-3, Concordes way. It was great to see new and returning faces to the game with Mel Chuck roaming the outfield for Warriors Blue and chiming in with a safehit in their game against Wanderers. Iesha Goldsmith

dominated for Wanderers at second base taking three catches and putting good bat on ball. Both teams started their season opener with several base runners and a run each - Blue via a cracking single to Bec White who had a terrific game at short stop, and Wanderers care of an Em Hart RBI. Jo Hart was solid in her return for Wanderers with two singles matched by teammate Sarah Moretti. Cathy Whiting and Lily Clifford-Finch had a hit each to add to Wanderers tally. Blues came out swinging in the second innings scoring six runs. Felicity Walker drove the ball hard down the leftfield line, Daena Wombwell scored her with a double to right then matched by Leyna Bruggemann’s two base hit. League leading batter for the last two seasons Nicole Vause belted a double to left and was scored by another Bruggemann long ball. Angela Queale relished playing in her favourite role at third base, showing all how to field hard hit balls. Warriors running out winners, 11 runs to three.

Expat making her mark on basketball court Danika Shepherd (nee Jolley) has been making her mark on the basketball refereeing scene since she was a teenager and she has now received another honour - she is one of 14 referees, selected from the national pool, to officiate in the 2020 WNBL season. The entire WNBL season will be played in a north Queensland hub of Mackay, Cairns, and Townsville. The season tips off on November 11 with 60 games being played in six weeks until December 20. Danika travels to Queensland on November 8 and will be based in Townsville.

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RESULTS Concordes White 8 (M. Sutherland 2, J. Hopgood, B Miller, K. Altschwager) d Warriors White 5 (B. Dunn 2, D. Wombwell, M. Whiting, C. Bignell, I. Walker); Demons 16 (Mackenzie Millard 4; Montana Millard, K. Millard 3; B. Morale 2, H. Watson, J. Mason, K. Morale) d Concordes United 6 (D. Jones, H. Taylor, B. Jones, M. Sutherland); Warriors Blue 11 (D. Wombwell, L. Bruggemann, B. White 2; M. Chuck, F. Walker, A. Queale, N. Vause) d Wanderers 3 (J. Hart, S. Moretti 2; E. Hart, C. Whiting, L. Clifford-Finch 1 BATTER UP: Life members Pam Wesolowski & Jill Gilmore officially open tthe 2020/21 softball season (above main) with Gilmore delivering the ceremonial opening pitch (inset).

MGDTA Results

DIVISION ONE Centrals/Uniting Church 10-69 d Reidy Park 2-44 Men’s singles: A. Van Den Hurk d Z. Young 6-0; M. Heemskerk d C. Kelly 6-3; B. Gaffney d J. Childs 7-6. Ladies singles: A. Dunn d B. Young 6-4; C. Walker lost to E. Edwards 2-6; J.. Delaney d J. Kelly 6-4. NO RESULTS AVAILABLE - WEST GAMBIER V GLENCOE DIVISION TWO Centrals 7-51 d Uniting Church 5-44; West Gambier Red 7-57 d Reidy Park 5-50; Glencoe Gold 8-63 d Mount Schank 4-46. No other results available. DIVISION THREE Suttontown 10-63 d Mil Lel Blue 2-35; Glencoe/Centrals 8-60 d Mil Lel Green 4-44; Mount Schank 7-60 d West Gambier 5-51; Mount Gambier - Bye; Moorak v Uniting Church (no results available). LADIES DOUBLES Uniting Church 6-36 d Reidy Red 0-7; Reidy Royal 5-3 d Mil Lel 1-18; Allendale East - Bye. MIXED DOUBLES Moorak Green 4-28 d Moorak Gold 2-26. No other results available.

Three hour game ends in draw In the early game of Division 1 baseball at the weekend Central and Tigers fought out a monster three hour, 13 inning two all draw. In a game that saw both pitchers remain on the mound for the entire game, which in it self is quite an anomaly, they both produced a pitcher’s game. For Tigers, Karl Ransom (pictured) gave up five safehits, two base on ball, one hit batter and seven strikeouts from 155 pitches. Dylan Chuck, for Central gave up six hits, two base on ball and struck out 10 batters from 198 pitches. Normally a pitcher would deliver around 100 pitches in a game. Tigers opened the scoring in the bottom of the second when Matt Thompson singled to rightfield and was batted in by Levi Morton who hit safely to centrefield. Their second run came in the next inning after Joe Sims doubled to leftfield and scored on Jesse Foster’s single to centrefield. It wasn’t until the top of the sixth that the Magpies tied the game up. Kyall McClean singled as did Nathan Meinck and Dylan Gull drew a walk loading the bases. Unfortunately for Ransom he was called for a false pitch, a balk, and all the runners were moved around a base which saw McClean score. Ethan Chuck’s sacrifice fly to rightfield saw Meinck cross the plate for the tying run. From that point on, all but for one inning each, it was three up three down for both teams until the three hour time limit saw the umpire call time and game. An enthralling ball game with both sides making just four errors each and Central leaving eight runners on base while Tigers left seven. The late game very nearly resulted in a draw also but South Indians managed to manufacture a last ditch win. At the end of the sixth inning the Indians were ahead four runs to two and then both teams went berserk in the seventh. Lead off batter for Federal, Alex Pearson, doubled to centrefield and was batted in by Alex Reppin’s single. This was followed by a single to Matt Nicholls who along with Reppin was batted in by Craig Nicholls safety to rightfield who subsequently scored on a fielder’s choice. Brady Cooper and Zeb Chant both hit single base hits and Roy Hutchesson was aboard on a hit into an error. All three scored on Pearson’s triple to centrefield before their inning came to an end after scoring seven runs. The South boys were up to the task. Jesse Balshaw picked a walk, Ben Morale singled and Dean Hamilton’s two sacker scored Balshaw. Morale scored on a wild throw which saw Hayden Timms safe at first. Hamilton crossed home plate on Travis Lockwood’s double to centrefield then he and Timms added to the score on Ryan Placucci’s hit to an error at third base tying up the scores at nine apiece. For the Demons, Reppin, Nicholls

and Shane Howard all singled and all three were batted in. South replied in the even inning when Balshaw and Hamilton both walked and crossed home on another hit into an error by the fielding side, bringing then to within one of Federal, 11-12. Federal failed to add to their tally in the top of the ninth. With two out Balshaw picked a walk as did Peter Walter. Hamilton, after four safehits for the game, was given an intentional walk loading the bases then Timms was hit by the pitcher forcing Balshaw across the plate tying the game up at 12-all. Lockwood’s walk off single saw two runs cross the plate to give the Indians a well fought for victory, 14-12. South had eight safehits, nine walks, one hit batter, nine RBI, eight Ks, made seven errors and left 11 runners on base. Federal had 18 safehits, no walks, five Ks, made seven errors and left 12 runners on base. RESULTS Division 1 Central 2 (Brock Keding 2; Kyall McClean, Nathan Meinck, Ethan Chuck) drew Tigers 2 (Levi Morton 2; Jesse Foster, Matt Thompson, Jacob English, Joe Sims); South Indians 14 (Dean Hamilton 4; Travis Lockwood 2; Hayden Battye, Ben Morale) d Federal 12 (Alex Reppin, Matt Nicholls, Zeb Chant 3; Alex Pearson, Shane Howard, Craig Nicholls, Brady Cooper 2; Roy Hutchesson) Division 2 Federal 7 (Alex Pearson, Matt Nicholls) d South Indians 6 (Brian Whitwell 2; Deklan Joyce, Brandon Horrigan, Nigel Tilley); Tigers 6 (Brandon Telford, Tyrone May, Jacob English) d Central 1 (Dylan Scheidl 2; Ben Green, Mitchell Cutting, Brad McDonnell) Division 3 Central 15 (Jordan Cozzi, Shane Frankenburg 2; Andrew McClean, Scott Page, Herb Meinck, David Chant, Chris Tzioutziouklaris, Laurie Cozzi, Ben Jones) d South Indians 2 (Peter Walter 2; Jason Henke, Wade Chant) Junior League Tigers 10 (Cameron Scott, Alex Merrett, Kaleb Kermond) d Central 8; South Indians 14 (Deegan Habner, Shaylah Cole, Jett Lewis) d Federal 7 Little League Tigers 7 (Will Humphries, Harrison Elletson, Levi Seager) d Central 6 (Lachlan Brierley); South Indians 12 (Linkon Ratcliffe 3, Oliver Plunkett, Amelia Ireland 2; Phoenix Cole, Zane Lewis, Jett Lewis, Nate Habner) d Federal 6 (Justin Gayle, Memphis Pearce 2; Connor McDonald, Jarrod Carey, Lennie Telford, Owen Wheatley)


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Lopsided round in table tennis spring season All three matches in Week 3 of the Mount Gambier Table Tennis spring season proved to be rather lopsided, with teams Mercedes, McLaren and Aston Martin racing to victory against their respective opponents. Mercedes player Tracey Escreet got her team off to the perfect start with a strong 3-0 performance against Team Bentley’s Andrew Baldock. Not to be outdone, Escreet’s teammates Jono Lange and Felix Owusu also posted equally commanding results against their respective opponents. James Peake finally got Team Bentley on the board with a convincing victory against a usually strong Chris McGregor. Ben Newman, Ethan Ransom and Rayelene Hutchesson did their best to lift Team Bentley but a run of seven straight defeats through the middle part of the match killed off any hope they had. Newman managed to provide one of their few highlights at the end of the night, winning an epic 5-game clash of the titans against

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Historic competition kicks off in Naracoorte Inaugural female cricket competition underway

The second round of the Olympic Trophy played in a stroke format resulted in good scores recorded last Wednesday at Attamurra. There were 37 ladies in the field and the top three scores required a countback when Kerry Pedlar, Helen Gregory and Heather Barry all returned one under their handicap. Pedlar had a strong homeward nine of 40 off the stick which include a birdie on the 15th hole finishing with 84/72 nett thus counting out Gregory for runner up with 88/72 and Barry 91/72 in third placing. Di O’Donnell, Kathy Ewer, Bernie Jennings, Chris Galpin, Faye Mainwaring, Janina Morrison, Libby Furner and Andrea Pegler were the ball run down winners who needed nett 76 or better to claim a ball while the pro shot was won by Bernie Jennings on the par three 8th hole. Prizes in A, B and C grades for the longest putt on the first hole were won by Helen Gregory, Janina Morrison and Maureen Sims respectively. The final round of the Olympic Trophy sponsored by Limestone Holdings will be held on Wednesday in a par format and the qualifying rounds of the Handicap Match Play Championships will be played on the following Wednesday. ATTAMURRA WINNERS: Runner up Helen Gregory, winner Kerry Pedlar, winner & third placed Heather Barry.

The first female cricket competition gotunderway on the Limestone Coast last Sunday, beginning a new era for cricket in the community. With five teams, Bordertown, Naracoorte, South Gambier, Mil Lel and North Sportsmans and set to run for the next six weeks plus finals, the competition will look to make an immediate splash. South Australian Cricket Association club and participation officer James Dunn aid there had been a fledgling effort last season. “Last season there was two teams, one from Naracoorte and one from Bordertown who played in three standalone games and I spoke to those teams after the season and they wanted a much more structured competition,” Dunn said. “So what we decided to do

is open it up to the whole of the South East and see if any clubs wanted to put a team in. We worked pretty hard on the details of the competition – how long it was going to run, the time of year we were going to do it and just the general rules and then we just got to work and encouraged every single club in the South East to submit a team or show their interest, if they had any players we’d be able to fit them in. It turns out we’ve got five teams this season, so it’s worked out very, very well. We’re started on Sunday, we run through for six weeks plus a finals day and that’s us done for the season. We wanted to fit it in without a clash with another sport, so we found this little time to do it and it’s all been received well.

What we’ve tried to do is make it a sort of carnival atmosphere, so there’s five teams which means two games per round, and we’re playing both games in the same town at the same time.” The weekend’s round was played at Naracoorte; this weekend the games are in Mount Gambier, the week after in Bordertown. “We can get a lot of interest from the local town of who’s playing and that was a really important part of what we wanted to do.” CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR FULL RESULTS FROM ROUND ONE.

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Mount Gambier District Little Athletics Centre (MGDLAC) is in week two of its 2020/21 season with numbers again strong after the opening night last month saw more than 100 athletes coming out to compete. Hosted at Mount Gambier High School, children can still register for Little Athletics at https://salaa.org.au/ if they want to come out and have some fun. FULL RESULTS ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE & PHOTOS COURTESY OF ELIZA COLE

Harness racing starting to gain momentum New format generating more interest Millicent Bowls Club Night Owls competition has been blessed by the beautiful weather each night for the two weeks of practice that culminated in the start of the competition with teams in different colours trying to see if they can match the skills of their opponents. Results (touches) RED: Nil BLUE: Garry Davis (Lions) 3, Graham McRobert (Maccas) 3. WHITE: Nil Winners: WHITE DIVISION: Peter Altschwager, Peter Gregurke, Scott Altschwager, Tony Morello d Gizzies Crew 29+9. Other winners were X Factor 29+5, Scrappers 27+13, Lions Roar 27+6. BLUE DIVISION: Try Hards (Paul Bosco, Peter Johns, Arnold Damhuis, Graham Attiwell) d Lion Rams 30+18. Other winners were Max’s Four 28+8, Somery Seniors 27+3, Mossies 27 on a forfeit, and Sunnies 25+1. RED DIVISION: Rovers (Mick Pedler, John Buhlmann, Paul Whitford, Roger Buckmaster) de Untouchables 29+16. Other winners were Somerset Legends 29+8, Jack Attack 27+6, The George 27+3, Great Northern Clams 26+4. THE BEST OF NIGHT OWLS: (Above top) - White Division winners - Peter Gregurke, Peter Altschwager, Scott Altschwager & Tony Morello and (above bottom) - Blue Division winners - Arnold Damhuis, Peter Johns, Graham Attiwell & Paul Bosco

The Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club recommenced a few weeks ago and things are starting to get back to normal on the track. Alongside the Port Pirie club, Mount Gambier has held two race meetings so far, with the next one on November 10. Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club president Simon Phillips (pictured left with vice president Mick Lamond) hopes the eventual opening of the Victorian border will give them a boost. “We’ve had the two meetings so far and all is going quite well. We probably haven’t quite had the horses in and some aren’t quite ready yet so the numbers have been a little bit down, but we know that’ll keep improving with each meeting,” Phillips said. “We need to remember we’re usually not racing until midNovember anyway. So we’ve had these two meetings before our normal start time. “The long break has contributed and we still can’t get our horses

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from over the Victorian border, except for those of them close enough. “We’re still waiting on those restrictions to keep lifting, but all in all the second meeting there was more people in attendance, the bar and betting facilities were up from the first meeting so that’s good. “We hopefully will have enough horses to have our meeting start before Port Pirie, because the first two meetings we’ve had to go second because of the numbers. “Touch wood we can have enough horses to have our four races and enough horses that we see a dividend in each of those races.”

Phillips was gunning for that start ahead of the Port Pirie program for the November 10 racing. “We hope to be first off the rank (next meeting). We just need to get as much support from the owners and trainers as we can to make sure we do go first by having enough numbers,” he said. “We’re still going every couple of weeks, with the big scheme of things when everything opens up we can have standalone meetings and not have to split with Port Pirie.” The Mount Gambier Harness Racing Club is also currently in the works of planning ts pre- Christmas weekend meeting.


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Windy conditions met the riders of the Mount Gambier Cycling Club for their race held ate last month along Caves Road. A strong south-south easterly made the going hard out to the turnaround point. A more traditional handicap race was chosen for the 20km race, with the handicapper organising six groups for the 19 nominations. In the end, 18 racers greeted the starter, with the limit group of Michael Dethmore, Jami Buckley, Jen Buckland and Jason Buckland starting off with a two minute gap to Harry Opperman and Brady Dethmore. A spirited trio of Mike Bakker, John Cranwell, and Spek Peake were next to begin, a further two minutes behind, then Niel Van Niekirk and Bruce McLaughlin giving up a six minute headstart to the frontrunners. With nine minutes already on the clock, the starter allowed the group of Rob Mann, Gerard Coote and Colin Weatherill to begin the chase, followed by the final group of Matthew Opperman, Ash Herrewyn, Dave Bryant and Nick Kidman a further two minutes behind. As the racers neared the halfway mark, the front group was reduced to Dethmore and Jen Buckland, with the trio of Bakker, Peake and Cranwell closing to within one minute. McLaughlin and Van Niekirk were working well together in the middle, a further minute behind. The final groups had joined together with Kidman driving the train hard. With 5km to go, Cranwell and Bakker had caught what remained of the limit group, and continued to power towards the finish line. Cranwell (pictured above outsprinting Bakker) continued to ride hard, and won the sprint for the line in front of Bakker, with 41:40 on the clock. The scratch group finished only 12 seconds further back, with Kidman (pictured inset) taking third place, and fastest time for the race (30:52), followed by Bryant, Opperman, Van Niekirk, Mann, Coote and Herrewyn. They were then followed by Jen Buckland, McLaughlin, Dethmore, Peake, Weatherill and Buckley, with

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*Offer available on new and demonstrator Mercedes-Benz X-Class vehicles, purchased and delivered Dec 31, extended. Excludes vehicles, fleet, government, corporate Complimentary scheduled servicing is for 3 years from date of registration/60,000kms (whicheverby occurs first).unless Warranty is for 5 years frompre-owned first registration date/unlimited kms for private use orProduction 5 years fromoffirst registration date/250,000 (whichever offer occursisfirst) for commercial use. Warranty start time differ for with demonstrator Battery warranty periods vary. or rental buyers. all X-Class models has beenkms discontinued, strictly while stocks last. Not available in may conjunction any othervehicles. offer. Available at participating retailers. Excludes customers with specific arrangements with Mercedes-Benz. For further information, www.mercedes-benz.com.au/vans/en. Complimentary scheduled servicing is for 3warranty years from date of registration/60,000kms (whichever occursvisit first). Warranty is for 5 years from first registration date/unlimited kms for private use or 5 years from first registration date/250,000 kms (whichever occurs first) for commercial use. Warranty start time may differ for demonstrator vehicles. Battery warranty periods vary. Excludes customers with specific warranty arrangements with Mercedes-Benz. For further information, visit www.mercedes-benz.com.au/vans/en.

Carlin & Gazzard 116–138 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier (08) 8723 8881 LVD 394

Carlin & Gazzard 116–138 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier (08) 8723 8881 LVD 394