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ISSUE 857 - Wednesday, November 11, 2020 | THE LIMESTONE COAST AND SOUTH WEST VICTORIA | 08 8724 7111 | www.lifestyle1.net

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Multi-million dollar makeover Construction starts on Mount Gambier High School upgrade The school year might be drawing to a close but Mount Gambier High School remains a hive of activity with construction of the school’s six million dollar upgrade getting underway last week. The blueprint for two new classroom blocks, refurbishing of

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Construction starts on multi-million dollar makeover for Mount Gambier High School upgrade

The school year might be drawing to a close but Mount Gambier High School remains a hive of activity with construction of the school’s six million dollar upgrade getting underway last week. The blueprint for two new classroom blocks, refurbishing of the science labs, an upgrade of the canteen area and some associated landscaping is now becoming a bricks and mortar project with Kennett Builders on the tools, the Mount Gambier High School development being one of four local construction projects under Kennett’s care. The work should be completed by the middle of next year and is part of catering for the move to middle school, where Year 7 now becomes part of our, formerly, high school campuses. This multi-million dollar upgrade has been on the cards for a few

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years so to finally have the sod turned on the project is welcome relief for the entire school community. Mount Gambier High School business manager Steph McIntosh said the upgrade to the science labs, although with minimal changes to the fundamental design and layout, had a deliberate focus on enabling students to work more effectively in small groups and to ensure they can do so in a safer and more accessible layout. The canteen area has also been redesigned with the intent to build a more welcoming café style area that encourages students to sit and meet during break times. “This supports the school’s value of ‘Belonging’ and reinforces the concept that greater levels of social skills and self-regulation by students occurs in open, purposeful and welcoming environments,” Ms

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McIntosh said. “The new buildings have been designed with a range of priorities including the combination of classrooms, open spaces and smaller meeting areas to facilitate a range of learning and wellbeing needs.” Flexible learning is certainly a focus of the new learning spaces with one building set to support the schools flexible learning program (FLO) and enable students who learn better with a modified program to access teachers and resources in this area. The other building will house five classroom spaces, meeting rooms and areas for collaborative group work. This building will include an outdoor undercover area that will support more active and dynamic learning and early planning ideas suggest that this will support classes across a range of curriculum areas for our younger Year 7 and 8 students.

Australia’s largest schools jazz festival has been sidelined for a second successive year with the announcement last week that Mount Gambier’s Generations in Jazz will not return until 2022. In better news for events in the region, the Fringe Mount Gambier is working on a modified program and looks set to run its March 2021 event, with the 2021 Coonawarra Cup will go ahead on January 14, although the popular Coonawarra Vignerons Marquee will not be running but general admission to the day of racing will be permitted. Generations in Jazz Board chair Peter Roberts reluctantly announced the cancellation of the 2021 event last week with the online reaction to the announcement throwing up a mixed bag of disappointment, especially for students heading into their final year of school, to understanding to anger that the call has been made so early. “This has been one of the most difficult and challenging decisions to make given the disappointment which will follow as a result,” Mr Roberts said. “The Board has had significant discussion and deliberation over many months including consultation with SA Health and other relevant bodies before finally taking this action.” Mr Roberts said the board was acutely aware of the great disappointment to the event’s core market, the schools, the local community, for the economic impact, and also the music loving public who support the event each year. At this stage the board has ruled out running a modified virtual event, concerned a key part of the magic of Generations in Jazz is the live experience. “It is the atmosphere created by the participants, public, guest artists and community volunteers,

all congregated in a unique rural setting – nowhere else in the world does this happen,” Mr Roberts said. “We just cannot deliver this experience in 2021 given the restrictions necessary to protect the health and safety of our participants; and equally as important our local communities.” Mr Roberts acknowledged the support of many long term sponsors and is confident that those relationships will be maintained as the organisation begins preparations for 2022. Fringe Mount Gambier organisers are hoping to have some public announcements to whet the appetite for the 2021 program, while Coonawarra Vignerons president Peter Balnaves said, canning the long standing marquee component of the Coonawarra Cup has a tough decision.“Consideration was given to scale back the event, however we are very conscious of the economics and the social responsibility of running the event with reduced numbers and more particularly about trying to ensure that a changed event due to the pandemic does not undermine the previous history or standing of the event,” he said, adding he was aware of the economic impact on local suppliers and accommodation providers. “Accommodation providers in Penola and surrounds take bookings for the event year on year. The marquee attracts visitors from all over the country and, have a loyal contingent of patrons that come from Victoria, who love to stay on and enjoy the greater offerings of our region,” Mr Balnaves said. “We will be working towards the return of our marquee event in 2022, but in the meantime hope our members and the public will still get behind the race day and enjoy a casual day out on track.”

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Time to follow these leaders Leadership programs reaps rewards for emerging leaders in the Limestone Coast The Limestone Coast Leadership Program has celebrated the success of the program’s second year with a Graduation Event to be held at the Naracoorte Town Hall at the end of last month. Fifteen participants from across the Limestone Coast graduated this intensive leadership program delivered by The Leaders Institute of SA. The graduation event saw the participant groups present their community action projects projects that addressed real issues from across the Limestone Coast. Limestone Coast Local Government Association president Erika Vickery was full of praise for the program. “There is great leadership potential in the Limestone Coast and this program is investing in the

leadership skills of a more diverse cohort in our community,” Mayor Vickery said. With scholarships available through the support of our business, industry and council leaders, who recognise the value in a program such as this, emerging or aspiring leaders have the opportunity to be able to undertake the program without the impact of financial barriers. Limestone Coast Local Government Association (LCLGA) program coordinator Ms Ali Auld said the community capacity building program was designed to overcome barriers that similar city-based programs present in terms of costs for travel and accommodation, time away from work, and lack of regional context and networking opportunities.

“It aims to build leadership capacity and develop networks of skilled and motivated people who can support each other to take on roles and projects for the benefit of the regions community and economy,” Ms Auld said. Anyone interested in the program can register their interest in the 2021 program now or find information at www.lclga.sa.gov. au/limestone-coast-leadershipprogram. Applications for the 2021 will open shortly. Program scholarship partners for the 2020 program were L.V. Dohnt, Beach Energy, EML, South East Natural Resource Management Board, Disability Workforce Project, City of Mt Gambier, District Council of Grant, South Australian Dairy Association and Tatiara District Council with additional support

provided in-kind by the Limestone Coast councils. Business, industry and community organisations are invited to partner in this community capacity building program through sponsorship or

all took the time to learn who we were prior to the sessions and an immediate bond and trust was developed. I would recommend the course who was passionate about making a difference; either professionally, personally and who was open to learn new skills and grow in confidence.”

KRISTEN WILKES (Wangolina – Mt Benson winery) Kristen is the brand manager at Wangolina and has a passion not just for her marketing role but for her local community. “I am passionate about local people, issues and the long term sustainability of my community so I was particularly interested in how the program could further develop knowledge and enhance skills in these areas. I was also looking for the opportunity to network and collaborate with other professionals that lived in the Limestone Coast. The program certainly was not without its challenges this year as COVID-19 unfortunately moved us into a Zoom environment and an extended timeframe. But in a strange way it made the challenge

scholarships, with a partnership prospectus or sponsorship proposals available from program coordinator Ali Auld at leadership@ lclga.sa.gov.au

What the particpants said: KRISTI BROOKS (Mount Gambier Library) Kristi is the Mount Gambier Library’s team leader library programs and was keen to become more invested not only in her role but her community. “I thought this would be an incredible opportunity to learn amongst local emerging leaders whilst gaining a better understanding of our community profile and knowledge on real issues we are facing in the Limestone Coast. I could see how this combined could assist me in being better placed in delivering services, events and opportunities for our community. I knew that the course would challenge me and take me out of my comfort zone – which it did. But it really was a safe

place to grow and learn. I had a short list of hopes and ambitions on growing my adaptive leadership skills by being taught various tools and tactics. But I took away so much more, both professionally and personally. We came from so many diverse backgrounds, organisations and industries and yet connected immediately. Everyone had so much passion and collectively a broad knowledge which along with the course content, was shared. Our eyes were opened to both issues and opportunities that ordinarily we wouldn’t be exposed to. To have the opportunity to learn from facilitator specialists who work nationally and internationally - within one program was a privilege – especially having them each deliver in the Limestone Coast. On a personal level, they

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.

of adaptive leadership more relevant as we had to negotiate an unusual, complex period of uncertainty. The Community Action Projects that we participated in and delivered on, were also an insight into some of the challenges currently facing the Limestone Coast. Hopefully we were able to assist with some new thinking and collaborative recommendations to the key stakeholders. The connections and friendships made throughout the duration of this program were amazing. I feel like I have friends and colleagues throughout the Limestone Coast that will all be advocating for our region in many different ways. The personal development, strength recognition and reflection skills learnt will be something I will continue to utilise in all areas of my life. Absolutely would recommend this program for anyone that is ready to create a difference within their community and is ready to explore their leadership potential.”

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Time to follow these leaders What the particpants said: HAYLEY NEUMANN (Sinclair Wilson) Hayley is a managing accountant at Sinclair Wilson but has also stepped in the role of Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce president and was looking for some more formal leadership training and development. “It was an amazing opportunity taking place right here in the Limestone Coast, rather than in the city or online. I was hoping to improve my leadership skills, have a better understanding of the leadership process and also a better understanding of myself as a leader and how I can encourage and lead others. The program definitely met those expectations and I was honestly surprised with all the things I learnt. I have made amazing connections with all the participants in the program which will be so important moving forward in roles I hope to undertake in the community. We all now know so many different people, from different organisations and different walks of life that we can reach out HAMISH VERCO (Nutrien Ag Solution) Hamish is an agronomist by day and volunteers in sports administration with Tatiara Hockey Association, Bordertown Hockey Club and Western Flat Cricket Club by night. “It’s always good to learn new skills and to develop yourself further. I’ve always been interested in community and people but maybe didn’t have the interpersonal skills needed so I wanted to improve in that area and just improve myself in general so I could contribute more to the things I’m involved in in the community, in my professional life and my personal life. I have found myself in leadership through sporting clubs and work and I wanted to be able to connect and deliver on what is needed and the leadership program was a chance to further my skills in that department. This course definitely exposed me to some new concepts and new ideas and new ways of thinking and I will be able to draw on going forward. I will always

ODETTE LUBBE (Green Triangle Forestry Products) Odette is originally from South Africa and has only been in the timber industry for seven years after working in aerial photography among other areas. Odette is currently systems and risk manager at Green Triangle Forestry Products but will assume the acting general manager role as of 2021. “For me it was really to build my leadership skills as I am moving into a new management role in my company. It was around understanding myself better and the best way to get the best out of the people you work with. I also wanted to develop the skills to deal with conflict situations when you are managing people. I definitely think I grew through the leadership

to. I have definitely been able to develop a greater confidence in myself as a leader and also a better understanding of the Limestone Coast and it’s unique problems and opportunities that there are in our region. I hope that anyone who is aspiring to be or a leader or already in a position of leadership takes on the program and can get out of it as much as I did, if not more.”

Time to lend a helping hand Vicki Clark is no stranger to supporting charities in need. In her previous role with the ANZ Bank in Queensland she organised the collection of more than 10,000 grocery items for the Salvation Army. Since retiring to Mount Gambier late last year she started volunteering at Foodbank with her husband Gordon. They saw the need for extra groceries to support those not as fortunate at Christmas, so Vicki contacted family and friends, asking them to collect one extra item in their weekly shopping, starting in January. Over the year the group managed to collect more than 500 items which will be presented to Lynne Neshoda, the manager of Foodbank in Mount Gambier. “It’s a little thing for people to add one extra item in their shopping - it can cost as little as $1 - but added together it can make a big difference for those who are struggling,” Ms Clark said. “Some of my friends got their children to pick the items out each week to give them an understanding of the importance of helping others in the community.” Vicki is keen to expand the collection next year, so if anyone would like to know more, or wants to come on board, they can contact her by email at vicgor04@yahoo.com.a

Let’s talk about books South Australia Reads is back for 2020 and you can get involved at the Naracoorte Library. South Australians of all ages and from all walks of life are invited to share and celebrate the joys of reading. Naracoorte Library has got behind the campaign and will hold Naracoorte Reads at the library at 2-3pm on November 13 where you can join others in discussing good reads, favourite

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have the connection with the other participants and the facilitators as well and that will be an ongoing network for me – they are just great connections for me, especially because we all come from different walks of life. Some were new to the area, some have always worked here and they all come from different industries and have all had different life experiences.”

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Cooking up a storm for Christmas Mount Gambier Community Christmas Lunch is on again It’s on again as the generosity of the Mount Gambier community continues to shine through. City Hall will again be hosting the Mount Gambier Community Christmas Lunch, with the City of Mount Gambier again providing in kind support with the provision of the function space and its commercial kitchen facilities. The 2020 event will be restricted to 80 people courtesy of COVID, so bookings will be essential (see contact details below) with take

away meals available for walk ups. Organising committee chair Kevin Douglas (KD) said he had been overwhelmed by the generosity of the community despite the difficult circumstances of the past few months. “I was talking to some of the ladies at Sunset Kitchen and they said how fantastic this community is when things get a bit harder and they are right,” KD said. More than 20 businesses have already contributed to the food supplies, gift bags or handed over a financial contribution, with plenty more individual community donations on offer, including $200 from the Lions Club and $500 from the Sims family. Rick Moretti is the chef in charge of the traditional roast lunch which will be followed by Lions Christmas Cake with custard, cream or icecream for dessert, with the day starting off with nibbles, courtesy of the generous donation of dips from Mondelez (Kraft). Father Dean will deliver a blessing, City of Mount Gambier

Mayor Lynette Martin OAM will drop in on the celebration lunch and Member for Barker Tony Pasin has been earmarked for another stint as chief carver. Snake catcher David Miles will be part of the day’s entertainment as well as a trio from the James Morrison Academy of Music. The courtesy bus service will be on offer thanks to the donation of a vehicle from Grant High School, with the free pick up service

restricted to Mount Gambier for 2020, although anyone from across the Limestone Coast is welcome to book a spot and find their way to the lunch. And speaking of school involvement, the bus is not all Grant High School is providing for the event, with art teacher Ruth Stephenson taking on the decorating of the gift bags for the event – a perfect end of term project for her students. Tenison Woods College, a long standing supporter of the event, are creating bomboneries, and St Martins Lutheran College are in the process of making Christmas themed placemats. The organising committee which, along with KD, includes Liz Wheeler, Vicki Clark, Jason Newman and Rosemary Carter, are hopeful that not only will gift bags be handed out at the event but also grocery bags for people to take home. The lunch runs from 11am to 3pm. Anyone looking to book their place should call KD on 0418 840 947 or Vicki Clark on 0488 100 062.

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Still more work to do MP welcomes changes to PATS but vows to fight on 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. Details of the application are as follows: DEVELOPMENT NUMBER:

381/0446/2020

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To vary Development Approval 381/068/2013 by removing Condition 3 “Any saws forming part of the application herein approved must only operate between the hours of 7am and 10pm on any day”

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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 24 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. Barbara CERNOVSKIS

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Compensation for regionally based patients travelling to Adelaide for specialist treatment has received a much needed boost and while Member for Mount Gambier Troy Bell, who has been driving changes to the Patient Assistance Transport Scheme (PATS), welcomes the changes, there is still a battle to be waged. Mr Bell has been campaigning for changes to PATS since 2014 and a community forum held in Mount Gambier in February last year, which was attended by 100 residents, kickstarted the State Government taking a more serious look at the scheme with an official review. The recent changes to PATS, a scheme designed to subsidise travel and accommodation cost for South Australians who need to travel more than 100km to see medical specialists, include expanding subsidies to include eligible family members or carers travelling to support a person in an emergency situation and amending the distance travelled

from set calculations to actual kilometres travelled. Airbnb accommodation options will also be included in the eligibility criteria and an additional subsidy will be provided to rural patients needing to travel more than 100kms to reach an airport. Unfortunately some of the nuts and bolts of travel for medical appointments have still not been improved prompting Mr Bell to advocate for a national approach, which he believed would result in a fairer and more efficient system for regional Australians. “In Queensland’s scheme, the reimbursement is 30 cents per kilometre and $60 per night for accommodation, while in South Australia, it’s 16 cents per kilometre and $40 a night for accommodation,” he said. “I challenge anyone to travel to Adelaide and stay overnight at those prices. I’d say a fair and reasonable subsidy for accommodation is $100 per night, while the Australian Tax Office states the average rate for travel is 72 cents a kilometre.” Mr Bell said the subsidies had not been raised since a State Government funding commitment of $3million in 2014. “I’ll continue to advocate

on behalf of those in my community who are accessing the scheme, often through difficult circumstances,” he said. “Nobody is using the PATS scheme to make money, they’re using it to get the same access to specialist services that metropolitan residents have and often take for granted. “I know of people in their 80s who are travelling to Adelaide for specialist appointments and then travelling back on the same day because they cannot afford to stay overnight. It’s a long stint on the road and it’s quite dangerous.” Mr Bell said the local residents who had attended the forum and voiced their concerns should be congratulated for instigating change. “Statistics show the Limestone Coast community are by region, the biggest users of the PATS scheme in South Australia,” he said. “People should not be penalised for where they choose to live, so either increase the rebate or invest in more specialist services for the regions. It’s time for the PATS scheme to be brought up-to-date to reflect the changing times in which we live.” For more information on the changes, visit the SA Health website.



Some enchanted evening The countdown is on to Mount Gambier’s Santa’s Boulevard as a new float is unveiled Mount Gambier’s children and all those kids at heart would well and truly be on the countdown to the 2020 Mount Gambier Christmas Parade in normal circumstances but with the parade on ice for this year, there is a new event in town, just as festive. The City of Mount Gambier and a group of dedicated volunteers

have been hard at work preparing 13 floats for the 2020 NF McDonnell and Sons Santa’s Boulevard drive through Christmas display, to be held at Blue Lake Sports Park on Saturday, November 21 and Sunday, November 22. “Usually more than 2,000 people participate in the parade and there are about 16,000 people in

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the crowd, so it just wasn’t viable in its original format given the social distancing requirements in 2020,” City of Mount Gambier community events team leader Denise Richardson said. “It has been a tough year for many and Santa wanted to come and visit the children of Mount Gambier, so we had to think a little differently about how we could make that happen.” The drive through static display of floats will mark the beginning of the festive season and feature music, lights and decorations in the trees. “OneFortyOne will supply pine trees which will be placed along the median strip on the boulevard. Students from 19 different schools will decorate and string lights from the trees,” Mrs Richardson said. “We will also be working with local businesses It’s a Celebration and Steve Mullan Lighting and Sound to create a magical atmosphere.” It’s a first for the City of Mount Gambier and a credit to staff and volunteers who were determined the traditional parade could be reimagined. “This has never been done before, but we are really hoping to capture and display the spirit of Christmas for our entire community,”Mrs Richardson said. Santa’s Boulevard will include 15 floats: The Nutcracker, Teddy Bears Picnic, Mayor’s Christmas Appeal Star, Timmy the Express Train, Christmas Stocking, Pirates Rrr Us, Hansel & Gretel, Bill the Steam Shovel, T’was the Night before

“... This has never been done before, but we are really hoping to capture and display the spirit of Christmas for our entire community....” Denise Richardson (City of Mount Gambier community events team leader) Xmas, Timber Toy Town, Parade Queen float, Christmas Tree, Father Christmas (supplied by Mount Gambier Rotary West Club) and Humpty Dumpty (supplied by Lakes Rotary Club). “Mount Gambier Rotary West Club oversees Santa’s float which has had a revamp this year with the addition of new Christmas trees, wreaths, a garland and

“... it is so rewarding to see the children enjoy our efforts and we like to come together with the other volunteers to help out...” Tom Telford (Christmas Parade volunteer)

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lights,”Mrs Richardson said. Santa is looking forward to waving to the children as they drive by.” Volunteers Helen and Tom Telford have spent more than 128 hours working on a new float for the 2020 event, unveiling The Enchanted Castle last week, saying it was worth it to see the happiness it brings to children like Scarlett, Grace and Ava. The Enchanted Castle is a revamp of the old Toy Town float with colunteers sprucing up the tired float since July, ensuring it is now a castle fit for a princess. “It is so rewarding to see the children enjoy our efforts and we like to come together with the other volunteers to help out,” Christmas Parade volunteer Tom Telford said. Council is grateful for the ongoing support of its band of dedicated volunteers. “A huge thank you must be given to our wonderful volunteers Helen and Tom Telford, Greg Muller, Alan Richardson and Mike Scutter who have been visiting the parade shed at the Council depot every Tuesday morning to work tirelessly on the floats. The event would not be possible without their hard work,” Mrs Richardson said. “The Christmas Parade Advisory Group volunteers will also work throughout the weekend of the event and have been allocated specific roles to help make the event run smoothly and safely.” Santa’s Boulevard will be held at Blue Lake Sports Park from 7pm until 10pm on Saturday, November 21 and Sunday, November 22. “Our community is asked to stay in their cars, dim their lights to parking and follow the line of traffic through the Blue Lake Sports Park off Dohle Road entry to drive through and look at the display and then exit out on to Jubilee Highway East.” NEW FLOAT: (Main photo above) The new 2020 float The Enchanted Castle & (above inset) Scarlett & Ava practise their princess waves as they test out the new float.


Creating characters & bringing them to life Robe’s Callan Sawyer chases animation dream It all started with animation with Callan Sawyer and that is his ultimate aim – to be plying his trade as an animator. It might not be Pixar or DreamWorks but for Callan, it is all about creating characters and bringing them to life. “All throughout primary school I was drawing cartoons,” Callan said. “I used to watch a lot of cartoons and try to imitate the style, making my own characters, basically copying what I saw to try and do my own thing.” So during his years at Robe Primary School it was all his own creations, and he only started working more diligently on art as a subject once he graduated to high school at Kingston Community School. He did then head to art school but dropped out. “It wasn’t for me, I think it was probably too broad but I did finish a course last year that was more focussed on my kind of thing, including computer based animation.” The 27 year old has certainly done plenty of commercial work, where he has to work to a specific brief, so his exhibition at Robe’s Karatta Wine Room & Gallery is a chance to just be himself. “This is where I can do whatever I want and it is just about the art, for art’s sake,” Callan said. And the exhibition is very much Callan, not including his recent studies in animation but focussing more on his narrative based artwork, with a strong nod to the medieval. “There are a few intrinsic styles in the exhibition but everything shares a similar theme, that medieval feel that I often draw on,” Callan said. “I have been fascinated with all things medieval since I was really young.” For Callan, it comes from the games he played as a child but he has also always been drawn to medieval paintings. As Callan looks to establish himself in the art world and get that all important foothold in the animation industry, he has become a jack of all trades, doing significant work as a screen painter and illustrator. “I have been lucky to get work including murals and other commissioned artworks,” Callan said. “For me now it is all about getting a foot in the door, getting recognised.”

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“... for me now it is all about getting a foot in the door, getting recognised...” Callan Sawyer (Artist) Placing his work on display in his home town has proved to be an exciting opportunity for Callan. “I wasn’t nervous,” Callan said. “Whenever I walk down the street people are always asking me about how my art studies are going so the community has always been supportive. I know it’s not going to be everyone’s cup of tea but I am excited to have my work on show.” Callan’s exhibition runs all summer so take time out to view his work at Karatta Wine Room & Gallery during opening hours.

“... this is where I can do whatever I want and it is just about the art, for art’s sake...” Callan Sawyer (Artist)

TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES NF MCDONNELL & SONS SANTA’S BOULEVARD CHRISTMAS EVENT Notice is hereby given pursuant under Section 59 of the Summary Offences Act 1953 that the following road closures and traffic speed alterations will apply to all vehicular traffic as follows:

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There will be no vehicular access to Blue Lake Sports Park to allow the safe running of the NF McDonnell & Sons Santa’s Boulevard event. Barbara Cernovskis ACTING CEO


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“... when you are enthusiastic and passionate about something it helps you learn about it more....” Shak Von Stanke (Student)

It may not have been a classroom and it may not have relied on content from a text book but plenty of lessons have been learned from the Mount Gambier High School Holy Carp Competition. The brainchild of Year 9 student Shak Von Stanke, the competition was a student driven initiative that saw Shak and his two organising committee mates, James Stockwell (Year 11) and Jake Carrigan (Year 10), putting all the plans in place to get the competition off the ground, learning administration skills, coordinating the logistics, creating a COVID Safe Plan and chasing sponsorship and fundraising. “We all worked to our strengths,” Shak said, with team work also another clear area of development during planning for the competition. “I had the ideas and I love talking to people but I didn’t have the patience for a lot of the bookwork and writing so that is where James and Jake were great. It also worked well that we could discuss ideas and often we were able to make them better after a chat.” The project was overseen by Mount Gambier High School entrepreneurial education teacher Jess Magarey, who was the sounding board for the boys as they put together their fishing event. Shak is a passionate wildlife warrior and that is where the idea for the competition came – ridding the Valley Lake of the damaging invasive species, European Carp, and in turn, protecting native fish species in the lake.

“Steve Irwin was my hero,” Shak said. “I am hoping next year to organise a whole week devoted to Wildlife Conservation and the Holy Carp competition will be part of that. I really want to get in contact with the Irwins and see if there is anything they can do in this region, like an animal hospital or something like that.” It is, in fact, a Steve Irwin quote that has proved a truism for Shak, James, Jake and the other students involved in the Holy Carp Competition – “I believe that education is all about being excited about something. Seeing passion and enthusiasm helps push an educational message.” Shak certainly believes a truer word was never spoken. “When you are enthusiastic and passionate about something it helps you learn about it more,” Shak said. Planning the event, involved meeting with council, Fisheries SA and other officials and that is what set the Holy Carp Competition on the right path. From talking to Spot On Fishing to booking a bus to transport the competing students, from applying for licences to sending invitations to the region’s public schools, the boys were in charge of every aspect of the competition, including Shak’s logo design for what he hopes will be an annual event. Shak also investigated shirts and jumpers emblazoned with the Holy Carp logo but it became somewhat of a cost prohibitive exercise and some last minute fundraising was unable to bridge the gap and getting better sorted with the apparel will be a focus in 2021. “That’s one of the things we have learned that we need to start planning this event, especially the fundraising, in Term 1, and give ourselves more time,” Shak said.

The boys also sent feedback to the other three participating schools – Allendale East Area School, Grant High School and Kangaroo Inn Area School – and will collate that feedback, which has just been returned. More than 100 students competed across the two days – 64 from Mount Gambier High; 25 from Kangaroo Inn and four each from Grant and Allendale East schools – and in the end 12 carp were caught. “We would have caught more than 20 if we hadn’t lost as many as we did,” Shak said. And there was no rest after the competition, with the boys meeting with Miss Magarey to collate the results and produce participation certificates for the participating students, as well as putting together the feedback sheets. Shak is already brimming with ideas to develop the Holy Carp Competition next year, including extending the invitation to primary schools and private schools. “I was surprised how many kids wanted to do it,” Shak said. RESULTS Biggest Fish Allendale East Area School Smallest Fish Mount Gambier High School Heaviest Fish Kangaroo Inn Area School Most Fish Caught Mount Gambier High School 12 Fish caught over 2 days Mount Gambier High School: 5 Kangaroo Inn Area School: 4 Allendale East Area School: 2 Grant High School: 1 HOOK, LINE & SINKER: (Main photo above)Mount Gambier High School Holy Carp Competition organisers - Shak Von Stanke, James Stockwell & Jake Carrigan and (inset) Alice Tentye looks to hook a carp.

The doors were officially opened on Monday to the completed $9.2million Mount Gambier Regional Airport Upgrade. Not only has the new facility been cleared for take off after coming in on budget but it has actually been completed one month ahead of schedule. The airport upgrade has been anything but an overnight success, though, with the lead in to the multi-million dollar redevelopment seeing a decade of planning, as well as the past two years of construction across Stage 1 and 2 of the project. The Mount Gambier Regional Airport Upgrade is co-funded across three tiers of government – the Federal Government through the Building Better Regions Fund, the South Australian Government, as well as through a $500,000 funding agreement between the District Council of Grant and the City of Mount Gambier. Council has also revealed that as a result of outstanding project management on the airside works there was a $640,000 saving which was reallocated to extend the footprint of the terminal providing more floor space and the ability to install access and inclusion friendly amenities for people with a lived experience of disability. District Council of Grant CEO Daryl Whicker said it was pleasing to have navigated the project through the difficulties of COVID in what he described as a full team effort. “From the beginnings of securing the funding right through to this final stage, the project has been collaborative and well executed by all lead contractors and subcontractors and in particular the staff team behind the scenes,” Mr Whicker said. “2020 has not been an easy year for anyone and throughout this project we have had to navigate the difficulties and complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic. Council and Kennett’s were able to bring forward the construction schedule, keep local contractors employed onsite and the project has therefore continued to move forward over the winter months.” Passengers will now be able to enjoy the new layout and design which has improved passenger flow and more usable public spaces, with the recently

completed Stage 2 including the two main departure lounges, departure ramps and access airside, amenities, carpet and painting as well as the outside works such as landscaping and signage. The overall $9.2M project had four main components to the upgrade - an extension of 120m to the main runway to service larger aircraft, a brand new heavy aircraft apron to house a larger contingent of fire bombers and other heavy aircraft and the entire airport precinct has had a full electrical upgrade from the previous 1950s system and the $6.2million dollar terminal redevelopment. Lead contractors Paul Heenan Earthworks, Airport Electrical and Stuckey Electrical worked with council to deliver the airside outputs as Stage 1 of the overall development, while the terminal upgrade that comprised Stage 2, was under the care of Landside. Ashley Halliday Architects were entrusted with the design of the new terminal, and much like the City of Mount Gambier’s community recreation hub, which settled on a timeless design that also paid homage to the region’s resources, the airport has travelled a similar route. The team at Ashley Halliday Architects prepared a bespoke and environmentally considered design that fits in with the region and will age gracefully and stand the test of time. “The Mount Gambier Regional Airport is not only a state of the air transport terminal, it acts as an ambassador for the whole region offering visitors both their first and last impressions,” Mr Halliday said. “It was important to create a charismatic gateway that captured the unique essence of the Limestone Coast Region. The epic round skylight clad in charred timber and the forest of pine logs are something different, making people aware that they’ve arrived somewhere special.” The Federal Government’s $3.5million dollar contribution was clearly critical to the project’s ability to become reality and Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the upgrade was a big win for the region. “This project has not only created important jobs in the midst of an economic crisis, but the redeveloped facilities make for a more positive visitor experience for those visiting our region.”


Lending a helping hand Regional Foodbank opens new facility Foodbank Limestone Coast has arguably never been busier so a $100,000 cash injection from the Federal Government was music to the ears of manager Lynne Neshoda and her team. The much needed windfall, which comes on the back of a previous $100,000 grant - a commitment made by the

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Federal Government in the lead up to the 2019 Federal election – was announced at the official celebration last Friday of the expansion of the Limestone Coast facilities. The need to acquire more property is a clear sign the need is there for this life changing service that was established by the late visionary and community leader Barry Maney OAM. “I am also thrilled that we can continue to honour the legacy of the late Barry Maney OAM and his wife Shirley who were instrumental in the establishment of this regional Foodbank by advocating and supporting the cause.” Mr Pasin said. “What this means for the Limestone Coast community is a larger capacity for the Foodbank warehouse and hub to store up to 85-90,000 kilograms of food at any time for local charities in the Limestone Coast to assist those in need.” The new facilities are desperately needed with the ultimate benefit going to those in need in the

community. Foodbank SA CEO Greg Pattison said Foodbank SA had been supporting the Limestone Coast community for more than 15 years and were currently supplying more than 130 local charities and schools in the region with food relief. In the past 12 months, the Foodbank Mount Gambier warehouse has distributed more than 380,000 meals to those in need living on the Limestone Coast. “We are excited to be celebrating the official property acquisition of Foodbank’s Mount Gambier site and cool room/ freezer developments at 23 Cave Road Mount Gambier and the impact this will have on the long term food security in the region,” Mr Pattison said. “It has been an amazing achievement for Foodbank SA to be able to take this next step in supporting the Limestone Coast. We take this time to thank Tony Pasin the Australian Government for contributing to this exciting new stage in Foodbank’s strategic direction. Importantly,

helping us to meet our vision of ending hunger in South Australia.” Mr Pasin said the Federal Government’s investment in this community infrastructure project would provide long term benefits to the Mount Gambier and wider Limestone Coast. “Foodbank needed to acquire the property to be able to further upgrade the infrastructure to support food security activities,” he said. “This funding has helped to make this a reality so the invaluable service can support more people in need. With the acquisition of the warehouse, development of the cool room and freezer, this investment will support the increased food security

to the Limestone Coast region’s vulnerable citizens.” This project was made possible courtesy of $200,00 in funding from the Australian Government under the Australian Governments Community Development Grants Program, together with $322,000 in community donations and $29,000 provided by Foodbank South Australia. SERVING THE COMMUNITY: Foobank Limestone Coast branch manager Lynne Neshoda; Member for Barker Tony Pasin and Foodbank SA chairman Simon Schrapel AM at the opening of the expanded Foodbank Limestone Coast facility.

Golfers hand over fundraising effort to local cancer support groups Two of the region’s hard working cancer support groups have received a generous donations from Blue Lake golfers with the ladies handing over the proceeds last week from their recent fundraier to representatives from the Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group and the Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group. GENEROSITY FROM THE GREENS: Loraine Baron, Valerie Grubb & Jess Parsons, from the Mount Gambier Breast Cancer Awareness Group, accept their $690 donation from Beryl Mahoney, as did Limestone Coast Prostate Cancer Support Group members Richard Harry & Malcolm Porter.

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ARIES

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 1-3-2-6 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-26-36-39

Spreading hope

Career opportunities could bring real challenges most will be changing their surroundings work or home it is a time in which you could find out who your real friends are and be pleasantly surprised.

TAURUS

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Peach Racing Numbers: 1-6-8-5 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-24-40-22-29

A most peaceful period good fortune should find many of you. Career affairs should be keeping you busier and a romantic proposition delight you.

GEMINI

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Yellow Racing Numbers: 1-6-8-5 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-35-40-22 Most will gain through partnerships and staying on the known path rash actions where dealings with others can bring a financial upset. Don’t make any decisions based on hearsay.

CANCER

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 1-6-5-9 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-15-24-8-6

Renewing relationships and friendships. Luck is on your side so be quick to take advantage of some excellent opportunities. Money and love promotions are there waiting for the ambitious.

LEO

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Green Racing Numbers: 4-5-6-2 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 4-15-25-26-31-11

Financial gains should relieve an awkward situation happy news is on its way concerning career money travel and family relationships. Many of you will have your wishes granted. Things you think dead and gone should be revived.

VIRGO

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 1-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-24-40-44-43 You are in for a better time financially for some the opportunities of a lifetime is about to fall into your lap. Although the friends appreciated your support make sure it doesn’t affect your health or nerves.

LIBRA

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 2-6-5-3 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-15-24-40-26-33

You could have a hectic period keeping up with the pace others could be demanding form you. Your financial opportunities will improve however be careful with what you sign.

SCORPIO

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 1-1-2-3 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-12-13-26-36-38 Impulsive action will cause accidents personal affairs should have a favourable outcome and some could be fanning up old flames. However, be careful not to repeat past mistakes.

SAGITTARIUS

Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday

(November 23- December 20) Racing Numbers: 5-6-2-3 Lotto Numbers: 5-12-26-36-39-44

Romance will bring surprises you should be in for a happy period. Your leadership abilities should be successful and win others over to your way of thinking. Take some time off to do what you want to do at present.

CAPRICORN

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Racing Numbers: 4-6-5-2 Lucky Day: Sunday Lotto Numbers: 4-15-26-39-36-22

Travel plans could be on the agenda. Many will be feeling restless and finding it hard to settle into their usual routine. Should be a good time to sign legal documents and a long-standing feud could be settled.

AQUARIUS

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Pink Racing Numbers: 1-3-5-6 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 1-15-26-39-34-40 Someone from a distance could blow your secrets. Many could be making adjustments in their domestic or love affairs. A promotional opportunity could rake in the gains. A very good period for most.

PISCES

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Cream Racing Numbers: 4-6-2-3 Lucky Day: Thursday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-26-39-8-22 Luck will ply a big part in your life and finances will soon be looking a lot better. A lot more variety can be expected in your ordinary life style. Be very tactful with loved ones, they may be a bit unpredictable. Kerry Kulkens Psychic Line 1300 727 727 |www.kerrykulkens.com.au (call cost: $5.50 incl GST per min. mob/pay extra)

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United Way Glenelg has given 20 HOPE packages to families in Casterton, funded by their COVID-19 Impact Fund. The packages were sent to families needing a helping hand during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each family received a base package which included a $40 FoodWorks voucher, essential pantry items, toiletries, fruit and vegetables, simple recipe cards and health resource information. The packages received by the Casterton families were also customised to the specific needs of each family, taking into consideration the number of children and age of children in the family. The families were identified through the Casterton Memorial Hospital, with input from the principals and wellbeing teams at Casterton Secondary College, Sacred Heart Primary School, Casterton Primary School and the Kathleen Millikan Centre. Paula Layley-Doyle, Community Health Nurse from Casterton Memorial Hospital said the families were chosen to receive the packages for multiple reasons. “We included singleparent families, children with autism, single-income families, low socio-economic families and families who were geographically and socially isolated,” she said. “Multiple community organisations were generous in donating to the packages, including Paint Casterton REaD, Casterton Primary School, Casterton Memorial Hospital and Hands up Casterton,” concluded Ms Layley-Doyle. Many recipients of the HOPE packages have provided feedback, with one recipient, who at the time had a 4-day old baby stated ‘No one has ever been this kind to me. These baby things are just what we needed’. While other recipients phoned the hospital to thank them for the items they received. United Way Glenelg Executive Officer, Nicole Carr, said that working with community organisations was important in understanding the needs of the Casterton community. “Partnering with organisations who have a greater understanding of the needs of their community is important in being able to reach those who need to support the most,” Ms Carr said. “These packages are addressing the invisible problems and consequences of COVID-19.’ Ms Carr said. ABOVE: Mamta Rani and her beautiful six week old baby girl, Redika.

In the Garden By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant

With the late start to spring, and its up and down days, we are running madly at the moment with the lead up to Christmas coming way too soon. Yes, Christmas is just around the corner... Sorry, someone had to say it...but with less than seven weeks to go, it’s time to start getting those Christmas thoughts together. It has certainly been an interesting year weather wise and the spring moisture will allow us to continue with good plantings up to Christmas and beyond...hopefully, it would just be nicer if the winds would disappear. This year we have been busier than ever with anywhere up to three to four times busier in the retail nursery in Mount Gambier as well as our online business going bonkers and with major office renovations just coming to an end its been one hell of a year. Being the largest nursery in the region, and only nursery in Mount Gambier, we have almost completed our expansion again of our plants as a full line nursery offering everything from the rare and unusual to everyday plants and everything in between, with fully qualified staff and discount prices everyday it’s a win, win situation for all gardeners and home owners. The new gift shop area is packed full of ideas for the gardener and non-gardener, including the popular high quality Burgon & Ball stainless steel and ash tool range from the UK, plus many more garden and potting shed musthaves. Loads of stock has been arriving over the past few weeks and will between now and Christmas, so call back frequently, as its forever changing, with all our shipments of garden giftware, outdoor furniture, birdhouses, wall art and much of the ranges we have found despite the Covid not allowing us to travel on major buying trips we think you will be excited at the ever different and unusual arrange of gift ideas for Christmas. Our huge pre-Christmas sale starts today with up to 70% off giftware, glazed and terracotta pots, wall art, statues and ornaments, terrariums and water features. With reclaimed teak birdhouses from India, to wrought iron and cast iron ware from within Australia and statues from Indonesia, the range is overwhelming. Remember, too, that much of our stock is handpicked from small batches, made by developing and poor countries, so many items are one offs and we will never have them again. A great gift idea for that someone special, safe in the knowledge that no one else will have them. The Pot Shop section is still undergoing a transformation with a new container of pots just landed and being added to the new sales area as the days roll on more and more Christmas stock is being put out. You can layby now for Christmas

and leave picking up until as late as Christmas Eve if you wish. Our 2020 range of outdoor tables come in travertine and marble, cast aluminium, PVC, German wicker are slowly starting to filter through with major delays at both shipping and wharf levels. Our ‘A’ grade teak furniture with three year warranty, teak which, of course, is the premier outdoor furniture timber, with high oil content and has a lifetime warranty has pretty much all arrived so just in time for Christmas. Many of our lines are on the website www.gardenarium. com.au but its being updated daily. As normal we are freighting throughout the readership area with even more daily deliveries across Western Victoria and right across Australia. A whole new range of our ever popular driftwood gift ideas and garden and seaside décor has just landed, adding to the range of driftwood Christmas trees, wreaths and stars, and even reindeers (see advert opposite page) from the driftwood collected by villagers after the tidal waves in the Philippines, allowing them to rebuild their lives. A few new designs in the driftwood birdhouses (see advert opposite page) have also been added to the range and arrived this week. We have a few planters and wind chimes in driftwood and bamboo available at 50% off to clear. Our huge brass and copper weathervanes are $100 off in the sale and are ideal for mounting on houses and outbuilding due to their size. We also have cast aluminium weathervanes for those in coastal areas. Gardenarium and The Pot Shop has also brought in a great range of new glass terrariums and smaller indoor plants for them so you can make up your own gift planter. And, of course, if it all get too hard then we have the good old gift vouchers in any denomination and they are valid for 12 months. So, whatever the gardener or non-gardener in your life is hoping for this Christmas be sure to make a trip to Gardenarium and The Pot Shop and Limestone Coast Roses and Advanced Trees and wander through the amazing array of goodies. As one of our customers said “its a lolly shop for adults, without the calories”. Open every day except Monday to 5pm, and 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays, so head to our 167, Bay Road site, Mount Gambier, or check out the websites www. gardenarium.com.au or www. limestonecoastroses.com.au for details.


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Bentley knows best Mount Gambier High School welcomes a new member to the classroom You only have to listen to special options teacher Taylor Miles talk about life with Bentley in the classroom to become acutely aware of the difference the companion dog has made in the lives of her students. “The idea behind having Bentley in the classroom centres on social inclusion and social interaction,” Ms Miles said. “Having Bentley to talk about allows our students to instigate conversations when often they really struggle with casual conversation and coming up with topics to talk about with classmates and other members of the school community. They go into other classrooms with Bentley and answer questions about Bentley and that starts up other conversations.” Bentley has also become a wonderful circuit breaker for the special options students, many

of whom suffer with high levels of anxiety. “Students suffering from anxiety often need to just take a break during the school day but many of

“... if this continues to go well we might get a second dog into the school and that would be for the Year 12 space or the Well Being space....” Taylor Miles (Teacher)

them don’t like to admit they need to take some time out and that’s where behavioural issues can stem from,” Ms Miles said. “Taking Bentley for a walk (accompanied by a school support officer) or just lying down with Bentley for a while is just what they need and it doesn’t feel like asking for a break.”

Bentley is now central to the classroom’s mindfulness sessions after recess and lunch, on the days he is on duty, which is currently two days a week. The companion dog has also been a valuable teaching toll when it comes to empathy, an area of human experience many of the students find complex to navigate. “Bentley helps us tackle those issues like bullying and helps the kids gain that insight into empathy by putting them in Bentley’s position – it really has made a difference,” Ms Miles said. “It teaches them empathetic values within a relatable context.” Bentley’s role is hopefully set to expand in 2021, including providing assistance on the Year 12 floor during exams and working with English as a second language students that often see dogs as wild animals and not as pets – it introduces them to the domesticated version of dogs. Securing Bentley as the Mount Gambier High School

“... taking Bentley for a walk... or just lying down with Bentley for a while is just what they need and it doesn’t feel like asking for a break....” Taylor Miles (Teacher) companion dog has been a long but worthwhile process, from researching the value of the program to selecting a suitable dog right through to integration into the learning environment. “We were able to find out a fair bit of information from North Primary School and Grant High School that have also used companion dogs,” Ms Miles said. Bentley had some trial days in Term 3 before starting his official tenure Term 4 and already on the most basic level of behaviour in the classroom – the difference has been palpable. “If this continues to go well we might get a second dog into the school and that would be for the Year 12 space or the Well Being space.” WELCOME ADDITION TO CLASSROOM: Zara Von Stanke & Harry Martin take time out fo the classroom with Bentley

Fond farewell for stunning country garden TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act 1961 that Commercial Street East will be closed to all vehicular traffic as follows:

WEDNESDAY 11 NOVEMBER 2020 There will be no vehicular access to Commercial Street East, between Bay Road and Ferrers Street, and Watson Terrace (east/west and north/south) from 5:00am to 10:00am. The temporary road closure is to allow for the safe running of the SA Variety Bash event. Barbara Cernovskis ACTING CEO

Of all the selling points for visiting Sheriffmuir garden this 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 this weekend – 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. Address: 166 Hawkins Rd, Mt Gambier East (Cnr Wireless Rd East and Hawkins Rd). Open: Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 November 2020, 10am to 4:30pm. Charity: Royal Flying Doctor Service

Treating people not patients Dr Try Medical Clinic are pleased to announce that Dr Richard Try and Dr Jason Johnson are collaborating to form Mount Gambier Skin Cancer Clinic! 3/14 Crouch Street Mount Gambier SA 5290 | 08 8723 9586

Temporary Road Closure Petticoat Lane, Penola

Notice is hereby given that Wattle Range Council pursuant to Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act 1961, declares that Petticoat Lane, from Portland Street to Roden Lane, be closed to vehicular traffic from 12.30 pm to 3.30 pm on Sunday, 15 November 2020 for the purpose of facilitating the Riddoch Business Community Association Family Fun Day. Ben Gower CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

If your life was a movie New exhibition competition looks back at 2020 The Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre is calling for submissions for the My 2020 Poster Exhibition. Entrants can design, draw, collage, photograph, print, paint, stitch, graph or even crayon a movie poster that captures the year that has been, through the artists eyes. City of Mount Gambier arts and culture development officer Serena Wong said 2020 had been a big, strange, wild year for everyone, but it was our individual stories that give this time meaning, Entries are now open, and everyone is eligible to enter to tell their story through a creative movie poster piece in a medium of the artists choosing.“You can live anywhere, be any age, tell any tale, just work it into a movie poster

design,” Ms Wong (pictured) said. Entries can be submitted via The Riddoch website at www. riddochartgallery.org.au or in person at the centre at 1 Bay Road. Artists have until Sunday, November 30, to submit their works for a chance to win a $100 voucher to spend at The Riddoch retail shop. Winners will be chosen by popular vote and all entries will be displayed in the community gallery at The Riddoch from Saturday, December 19 to Sunday, March 7, next year. “This is a celebration of the good times and the terrible times, a chance to reflect, to get creative and to share your story.”


MY PROPERTY Timeless Masterpiece! 16 Montebello Drive, Mount Gambier

TIME TO GET CURVY

Curves are back - in home interior design anyway. Inspired by the 60s and 70s, rounded furniture makes its way back but with a modern twist. Line and curve mesh to highlight the beauty of form. In furniture, we are seeing upholstered pieces like sofas, chaises, and benches designed with undulation and asymmetry as guidelines..

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Situated in the popular area of Montebello stands this impeccably presented home. Surrounded by beautiful gardens on a generous corner allotment of approximately 749sqm this home is walking distance to the Montebello shops, Uni & Tafe SA precincts. Upon entering the home, you are greeted with spacious open plan living, with the kitchen including electric cooking and quality appliances all overlooking the neighbouring reserve. The dining and lounge

are a perfect area for entertaining guests with doors opening to the outdoor patio. Large master bedroom with built in wardrobes and access through to the two-way main bathroom. The bathroom includes a corner spa bath, shower and vanity. The toilet has been kept separate for your convenience. The other two bedrooms are both fully carpeted with built in wardrobes. Cosy front lounge room which could be utilised as a home office or 4th bedroom.

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53 BOANDIK TERRACE, MOUNT GAMBIER

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$177,500

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THE PERFECT FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT

OPEN

This beautifully renovated Mount Gambier stone home, centrally located to schools and shopping complex, is ready for you to walk in and put your finishing touches to it. As you walk in the front door you are greeted with floating timber floors throughout the open plan lounge and dining area. Lounge includes gas heating and ceiling fan for your comfort. Walking into the kitchen your eyes are drawn to the beautiful new stained timber benchtops complimented by new electric stove/oven, double stainless-steel sink and plenty of cupboard space. The home offers three bedrooms with new carpet, lights fittings and blinds. The bathroom has been completely renovated showcasing new tiles, bath, vanity and fittings including new heat lights.

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1/101 JUBILEE HIGHWAY EAST, MOUNT GAMBIER

$890,000

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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.

UNIT 2/18 LEE COURT, MOUNT GAMBIER

$359,000

$149,000

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CONVENIENT CARE FREE LIVING

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.

196 MILLHOUSE ROAD, NELSON

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LUXURIOUS UNIT IN PRIME LOCATION

Luxurious, conveniently located units located close to schools, shops, The Mount Gambier Hospital and the centre of town. Unit 2 – 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite, built in robes in remaining 2 bedrooms. Gas cooking, dishwasher, ample cupboard space, gas ducted heating, under cover outdoor entertaining, low maintenance gardens.

LAND ? HIGHEST & BEST OFFERS BY 12 NOON FRI 4TH DEC (IF NOT SOLD PRIOR) LARGE ACREAGE BETWEEN CITY AND SEA

Approximately 169 acres across two Titles. Warm undulating blocks. Cottage dating back to the 1800’s. 2 x bores - 1 equipped with solar pump. This property lends itself to all aspects of farming. Would provide the ideal rural retreat with the bonus of the sea right at your back door. Inspect this property today to appreciate the location and its endless possibilities.

6 HEAVER DRIVE, MOUNT GAMBIER

173 STONY FLAT ROAD, WANDILO

ALL OFFERS INVITED

$235,000 TURN YOUR DREAM INTO A REALITY

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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.

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PRIME LAND IN PRIME LOCATION

Approximately 150 acres of undulating land. Fenced into 10 main paddocks. Overall good fencing. Timber cattle yards and ramp. Sandy Loam soil. Most paddocks watered with windmill & pump. Good pasture renovation history. An ideal fattening, warm block.



RLA 226179

7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 5290 www.completerealestate.net.com

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40 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier

20 Blackall Street, Mount Gambier

5 Dalkeith Drive, Mount Gambier

OPEN

Sat 14th 12.15-12.45

ONLINE AUCTION Tuesday 17th Nov 6:30pm (unless sold prior) 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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• Impressive outdoor entertaining • Located close to public and private schools

7 Helen Street, Mount Gambier (08) 8725 0500 www.herbertcommercial.com.au 2/6 Daniel Street, Mount Gambier

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2/15 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier

123 Commercial Street East, Mount Gambier

FOR LEASE

FOR LEASE

FOR LEASE

• Warehouse of approx 525m2 and office of approx 91m2

• Prominent city centre location

• High profile allotment

• Prominent location across from new OTR development

• Tenancy area of approx. 160m2

• Land area of approx 1683m2

• Ample onsite car-parking

• Modern reception, 8 offices, waiting area, kitchen & amenities

• Building area of approx 390m2

• Zoning: Light Industry

• Walking distance to Coles/Aldi development

• In conjunction with Key 2 Sale Real Estate

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

RLA 226179

$40,000 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS

Matt Kain

$45,000 PA + GST + OUTGOINGS

Lauren Smith

David Herbert



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

31 Victor Street, Mt Gambier. Highest + Best Offers by 30th Nov 12pm Open by appointment

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This impeccably designed home sits on a large corner allotment in close proximity to parks, shopping facilities and education. On entrance timber floors extend towards the main living areas. Three bedrooms, two double bedrooms with BIR’s and the master bedroom with large WIR and ensuite. The family bathroom offers a large shower and bath, with a separate toilet. An open-plan kitchen, living and dining room with the dining space opening onto the alfresco pergola with glass sliding doors. The enclosed outdoor entertaining area features zip track blinds and wooden decking. The kitchen offers an island breakfast bar with double sink and black stone benchtops. The living room with a gas fireplace and skylight. At the rear of the home is a small potting shed attached to a multipurpose versatile space. The benefits at this address include gas central heating, solar panels, manicured outdoor spaces and lots of high-end fixtures with modern design. The entire property is available for purchase as seen, with all the incredible design features and furnishings included in the purchase should that option appeal.


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RLA 282 450

42 Vansittart Road, Mount Gambier

1 Mosswood Close, Mount Gambier

Open

Open

SATURDAY 10.30-11.00

SATURDAY 11.15-11.45

NEW > ROOM FOR EVERYONE

NEW > DRESSED TO IMPRESS

Beautifully presented and maintained, this 4 bedroom solid brick & Colorbond family home is positioned at the quiet end of a street. Offering a cosy lounge room with gas log heating, spacious timber kitchen/dining area with electric cooking, wall oven & built-in microwave, split system air conditioning as well as a North facing family room. Three good sized bedrooms with polished floorboards and ceiling fans. The fourth bedroom is a fantastic size and could make another great living space or office. Outside the home, you’ll find a North facing secure rear yard and an L-shaped deck area. Single car garage offering internal access, double carport with undercover access to the home and additional shedding.

This refurbished 3 bedroom brick and tile home is located in the popular Conroe Heights area of Mount Gambier. The three bedrooms all contain built-in robes and all have brand new carpets. The high traffic area from the front entrance through to the kitchen and passageway has brand new flooring. Freshly painted both inside and outside giving the home a bright, fresh vibe. The kitchen contains electric cooking and new rangehood. Single garage under the main roof, garden shed plus brand new electric hot water system. Neat and tidy low maintenance gardens. Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this home will be ideal for first home buyers and investors alike.

$299,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 NEW 5 LINDEN CRT, MT GAMBIER

$219,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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$269,000

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NEW 5 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER $429,000-$459,000

SATURDAY 11.15-11.45

SATURDAY 10.30-11.00

- Lovely solid brick home at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac - Master with walk-through robe & ensuite and remaining bedrooms with BIR’s - Kitchen/meals area with electric cooking, dishwasher & panty - Separate lounge/dining with s/s air con & gas heater - Outside offers carport and 2.5m x 6.5m (approx.) shed with power & concrete 3

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- Storage, space and beautiful elevated views of the Conroe Heights landscape - Two living areas and a large alfresco area - perfect for outdoor entertaining - Bonus features include gas ducted heating, s/c wood fire, fully automated pop up sprinklers, dual driveways and rear yard access - This quality family home is one you will fall in love with! Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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4 2 2 $180,000 - $200,000

TRANSPORTABLE HOME FOR SALE - Have you got a block of land? Looking for an instant place to live? Then check out this fantastic home! Move it straight onto your vacant allotment and start living! - Featuring 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite, lovely large open plan living area incorporating kitchen/dining/ lounge area with electric cooking and walk in pantry - Three additional bedrooms all with BIR’s, three way bathroom, laundry and separate toilet - Please note – transport costs are the responsibility of the purchaser Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 46 LAKE TCE EAST, MT GAMBIER

4 $399,000

- Light filled three bedroom stone home with added bonus of an additional two bedroom, detached stone cottage with separate driveway access all on one title - Perfect for extended families, Air BnB, work from home or live in one and rent the other – the possibilities are endless! - Framed by attractive gardens with a private back yard Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266

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12/69 BAY RD, MT GAMBIER

$176,000

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29 COMPTON ST, PT MAC

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SATURDAY 11.30-12.00

- 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

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- The avid fisherman or boat enthusiast will love the great shedding! - Inside the home offers 2 bedrooms, cosy lounge plus new flooring & freshly painted throughout, updated kitchen/meals area & revamped main bathroom - This home offers multiple living arrangements & is an appealing coastal getaway!! - All this just one street back from the beach & boat ramp Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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24 POWER ST, 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

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- Located at the rear of the complex is this well maintained 2 bedroom unit - Inside offers 2 bedrooms, both with BIR’s, separate living area and kitchen with electric cooking & breakfast bar - A single carport provides undercover parking for one vehicle - Currently tenanted at $210 p/w until May 2021 Al Lamond 0418 849 266

25 LONGMIRE CRES, MT GAMBIER $349,000-$359,000 NEW PRICE

Open

Open

SATURDAY 9.45-10.15

Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281

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

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245 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER $299,000

123 COMMERCIAL ST EAST, MT GAMBIER $560,000

- Fantastic opportunity to purchase a 2218m2 commercial zoned parcel of land in a prime location - Excellent exposure site with two street frontage and small office at the southern end - The allotment offers a multitude of options with retail giants BCF, Super Cheap and Petbarn adjacent the site

- Leased Commercial property in busy Commercial Street East retail precinct - High profile allotment surrounded by established retail traders - Land area 1683m2 approx. with 390m2 approx. of building area - Access available from Commercial St East & Crouch St - In conjunction with Herbert Commercial

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Gail Richards SALES M: 0409 268 199

Al Lamond SALES M: 0418 849 266

Ben Ransom SALES M: 0400 870 362

Sara O’Connor SALES M: 0438 708 281

15 Silverbrook Avenue, Mount Gambier

1089M2

Open

Sue Clements CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

51 Buck Road, Moorak

SATURDAY 1.45-2.15

NEW > EXECUTIVE FAMILY HOME

NEW > PEACE AND QUIET JUST OUTSIDE OF TOWN

Sitting on a low maintenance allotment is this executive style family home. Offering a free-flowing floorplan with the home centred around a wonderfully sheltered alfresco living area which then spills out to the private pergola. The delightful open-plan dining, family, kitchen area creates a great family friendly atmosphere where you will see yourself interacting together whilst cooking up a storm. The gourmet kitchen offers plenty of work space as well as gas cooktop, electric oven and double drawer dishwasher plus double sink. Three of the four bedrooms contain built-in robes, whilst the “hidden ensuite” will delight. Don’t delay in inspecting this wonderful low maintenance home, you won’t be disappointed!

Here’s an opportunity for you to indulge your love of the countryside without compromising on convenience. A wide bitumen driveway, carport and single garage provides ample parking space. You enter into the open-plan kitchen, dining and living area, the kitchen has been completely renovated and offers high-end appliances including an induction cooktop and dishwasher. The lounge offers both s/s air con and slow combustion wood heating. A second living area in the form of a large, air-conditioned rumpus room offers built in bar and access to the outdoor entertaining area. On a 1089m2 allotment, the stunning back yard offers an additional covered pergola and garden shed.

$469,000-$479,000 Contact Sara O’Connor 0438 708 281 NEW 4 BODDINGTON CRT, MT GAMBIER $359,000-$379,000

$360,000-$380,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

4 2 2 NEW 18/184 JUBILEE HWY W, MT GAMBIER $165,000-$175,000

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– Positioned just a short walk from Collins Court Shopping Centre and the Western Tavern – Open plan living with r/c split system air conditioning – Painted in soft neutral tones with new luxury vinal flooring, new water softner and quality blinds – Beautiful low maintenance courtyard garden and carport with remote door – Perfect first home or investment property! Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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11 KALIMNA CRES, MT GAMBIER

- Get ready for Summer by the sea! - Spacious open plan living with s/c heating and unobstructed views of the ocean - Kitchen with dishwasher, pantry, gas cooktop & new electric oven - So much shedding – double garage as well as 52 ft x 30 ft 4 bay garage with 12 ft clearance for the caravan or boat! 2

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312 COMMERCIAL ST WEST, MT GAMBIER $799,000-$820,000

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

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- Big and beautiful - central and spacious - Zoned light industry, offering an incredible opportunity to reside & operate a business from the one property (S.T.C.A) - Properties offering this size shedding with a home attached are near impossible to find in the city area - Prospective purchasers have the opportunity to purchase ‘Gambier Coachlines’ Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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12+

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

LOT 15 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT $250,000 71 ACRES

LOT 2 PRIVATE RD, CARPENTER ROCKS $425,000

- 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)

- 29.62 hectare natural scrub allotment in the seaside township of Pelican Point - Potential development opportunity (subject to council approval) for 9 residential allotments ranging in size from 1800m2 to 3202m2 - Close to the beach with some of the proposed allotments offering potential sea views

- Amazing opportunity to purchase just over an acre of elevated land with amazing views to Gerloff Bay & the Southern Ocean - The property offers an exciting range of opportunities, renovate the existing 3 bedroom cottage or build your new 2 storey dwelling (S.T.C.A.), offering spectacular coastal & ocean views

LAND

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

NEW 7 SWALLOW DR, MT GAMBIER $229,000-$249,000

SATURDAY 12.15-12.45

SATURDAY 12.45-1.15

- Sitting on a large corner allotment and offering a stunning limestone façade - Sprawling open plan dining/family/kitchen/bar area with loads of natural light - Gourmet kitchen with plenty of storage, recently updated benchtops, dishwasher and electric cooking - Landscaped backyard with undercover pergola - Easy living and close to everything

148 LIGHTHOUSE RD, PT MAC $449,000-$479,000

4 2 2

Open

Open

Open

SATURDAY 12.00-12.30

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Tegan Pink ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

Open

SATURDAY 12.00-12.30

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

Carolyn Gazzard CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

LAND

Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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1

1

- Sought-after Birdsville area on a corner allotment just a leisurely stroll away from Swallow Drive Shopping Centre - Renovated kitchen with electric cooking and breakfast bar - Light & bright lounge room with s/c wood heating - Single carport located off Swallow Drive plus extra driveway and parking off Finch Street - perfect for vehicles, boat or caravan Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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18 TENISON DR, MT GAMBIER

1

1

$545,000

- Magnificent Federation Style home built to the highest standards - 5795m2 allotment walking distance to Tenison Woods College - Updated kitchen with new flooring, electric cooking & dishwasher - 3 bedrooms under the main roof plus a large 1 bedroom self-contained unit Gail 0409 268 199 or Al 0418 849 266

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LOT 4 PELICAN POINT RD, PELICAN POINT $79,500

- Seaside allotment measuring approx. 1,841m2 - Only 20 metres from the beach, this is a great opportunity to build a holiday home (S.T.C.A) close to the beach to relax and unwind! - Services passing & bitumen road frontage

Gail Richards 0409 268 199

LAND


Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier

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

NEW

33 Acacia Street

OPEN 1

$249,000

1

NEW

1/3 Powell Street

OPEN

$199,000-$209,000 2 1 1 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. 4 Shalamar Crescent

$265,000-$275,000 3 1 1 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

1 Margaret Street

10+

NEW

46 Jubilee Highway West

4

2

1

$449,500

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

3004/3 Lakes Appartments

SAT 11.00-11.30

$195,000 2 1 1 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.

2

SAT 10.15-10.45

OPEN

SAT 10.15-10.45

7

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00

Neat and tidy solid Mount Gambier stone home situated on a generous allotment of approximately 838m2. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with slow combustion heating. Three generous sized bedrooms all freshly carpeted.

NEW

12 Gwendoline Street

OPEN

SAT 9.30-10.00 3

NEW

2/13 Gordon Street

$495,000 + GST

23 Agnes Street

$149,500 a| 1,120m2 approx A quality location and fantastic block! Stunning northerly views and surrounded by established homes. Last block in the street. Over 1,120m2 – take advantage of the building grant!

44 Umpherston Street

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.

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.

10 Greenridge Drive

$329,000 3 1 2 Prime CBD development opportunity, positioned over 2 titles of land totaling 1,851m2 (approx). Two street access plus third road via a free and unrestricted right of way. When opportunity knocks dare to dream!

LOT 103 Hillview Lane, Compton

$95,000 a| 378m2 approx A rare find – Torrens title inner city allotment. Perfect investment allotment or to build your courtyard home. Short walk to Vansittart Park, hotels and restaurants.

RENTALS

$159,000 a| 5,593m2 approx Last block available in Hillview Lane (off McKay Road). Just minutes to the city and quality schools. Power, water & telephone connected. Stunning Panoramic Views.

Gebhardts Property Management

UNITS/HOUSES

3

1 1

$220 pw | Available NOW

7 Underwood Avenue

3

1 1

$230 pw | Available 20/11

8 Franklin Terrace

3

1 1

$260 pw | Available 14/12

26 Barnoolut Road, Moorak 4

2 4

$300 pw | Available 13/11

24C Bay Road

2

1 1

$350 pw | Available 13/11

6 Davis Crescent

4

2 2

$380 pw | Available 22/12

51 Eldridge Drive

3

2 4

$390 pw | Available 20/11

2

1

$249,000

NEW

2/3 Henty Street

2

1

1

$245,000

Beautifully renovated unit ideal for investment or if you are looking to get into the property market. Open plan living, kitchen with gas cooking and stainless steel appliances. Two generous sized bedrooms both with B.I.Robes.

22 Bruning Place

a| 856m2 approx

15 Noojee Street

Highest & Best

Build your home at an affordable price by securing this allotment. 856m2(approx). Cul de sac location. Close to schools and all amenities. Please phone for further information.

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

12 Hanson Street

12 Hanson Street

2

Overlooking the city of Mount Gambier is this lovely generous sized unit. Open plan living with the kitchen including electric cooking and stainless steel appliances. Two bedrooms with the master featuring walk in robe and ensuite.

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

26 Barnoolut Road, Moorak NEW

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

$114,500 a| 416m2 approx Low maintenance allotment on own title. Quiet cul-de-sac location, walking distance to City Centre. Surrounded by other quality homes - ready to build, established fencing.

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

Avail 13/11

$300 pw 4 2 4 • 4 bedrooms, main with WIR & ensuite • Kitchen/ dining/family area with sc wood heater, gas & electric cooking • Open shedding & detached garage • Veggie plots & greenhouse • $340 pw with lawn mowing incl • Pets neg


Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246

Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113

NEW

21 Sturt Street

$349,000 + GST 3 1 0 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.

33 Wyatt Street

$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. NEW

16 Montebello Drive

3

1

2

NEW

$360,000-$380,000

NEW

3/1 Powell Street

$249,000 3 2 1 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. 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)

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.

77 Wireless Road West

13 James Street

FREEHOLD ONLY P.O.A

$174,500 3 1 1 A perfect home for an investor or first home buyer. A well maintained property in a good location, close to schools, shops, sports grounds and the hospital and tafe precinct.

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.

1/11 Millard Street

9/20 Wimmera Street

$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.

24C Bay Road

2/46 Derrington Street

$134,500 2 1 1 Nestled at the rear of a quiet complex of only three units, is this spacious property. An ideal investment or great start for the first home buyer.

$164,500 2 1 1 Lovely brick and tile unit in a quiet group of three ideal for the first home buyer or investor – close to all amenities. Inspect now and be impressed!

51 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

6 Davis Crescent

Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Sharyn Ferguson PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8725 5766

Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085

NEW

3A Gebhardt Close

$299,000-$319,000 3 2 1 Beautifully presented three bedroom home situated on a quiet cul-de-sac. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge with reverse cycle split system. Court yard home on Torrens title.

18 Eldridge Drive, Worrolong

NEW PRICE

$487,000 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

157 Bay Road

3

1

2

$264,500

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!

103 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell

106 Sea Parade, Port MacDonnell

$449,000 4 2 2 A seaside dream! tastefully updated and offers wonderful multi-use accommodation (STCC) light-filled living with sweeping ocean views. A short stroll to Shops, Restaurants, Cafes and Beach. With so much potential it won’t last long!

$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!

Seafarers Way, Port MacDonnell

Subdivision

From $83,500

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

94 Commercial Street East

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

Avail 13/11

$350 pw 2 1 1 • 2 bedrooms with BIR • Kitchen with gas/electric cooking & dishwasher • Open plan tiled living/dining area with doors to balcony • R/C aircon • Separate office • 2-way bathroom & extra toilet • Sunroom • No pets

Avail 22/12

$380 pw 4 2 2 • 4 bedrooms main with walk-in robe & ensuite • Formal lounge • Kitchen/ dine/family room • Slow combustion heating • Double garage • Excellent views of city • Pets negotiable

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

Avail NOW Commercial • 140m2 approx of flexible space • On site parking for staff • Currently used as a restaurant • Separate function room • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Exhaust in kitchen area included • Located in the CBD • Lessor incentive: Half rent for first 6 months of tenancy • Don’t miss out on this opportunity

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


eldersrealestate.com.au SPECTACULAR HOME & SIGNATURE STYLE 17 Stella Place, Mount Gambier

SATURDAY 11.00-11.30am

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

• 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.

$519,000 - $529,000

4 2 2

9 John St, Kalangadoo

7 3 4

HOME IN HIGHLY SOUGHT LOCATION 96 Crouch Street South, Mount Gambier

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30am

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

$249,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

• 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.

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

4 2 6

SATURDAY 9.30-10.00am

$299,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

11 Sutton Ave, Mt Gambier

3 1 2

$169,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

$249,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

3/32 Wehl St, Mt Gambier

W

2 1 1

$235,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

8 Illawong Drv, Mt Gambier

3 1 2

SATURDAY 11.00-11.30am

$248,000 - $258,000

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

14 Sim St, Mt Gambier

4 2 2

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

$159,500 Each

NE

W

2 1 1

NE

SATURDAY 10.15-10.45am

NE

W

1/6 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

SATURDAY 9.00-9.30am

$125,000

Deon Howell 0419 037 896

24 O'Loughlin St, Nangwarry

3 1 4

$120,000

Alistair Coonan 0422 156 363

6 Church St, Yahl

LAND

Melleray Crt, Mt Gambier

LAND

Residential/Rural Sales Manager

Residential Sales

Residential Sales

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

Sales Associate/ Administration

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


Time for a makeover Zucchini fritters

Bring your home into the 21st century

2/3 cup plain flour 1/2 cup self-raising flour 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika 2 eggs, lightly beaten 2/3 cup milk 400g can red kidney beans, drained, rinsed 125g can corn kernels, drained 1 small zucchini, grated 1/2 cup grated reduced fat cheddar 1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh coriander leaves, plus extra to serve Vegetable oil, for shallow-frying 1/4 cup light sour cream Salad leaves, to serve AVOCADO CHILLI SALSA 1 large avocado, roughly chopped 1 long red chilli, finely chopped 1 tablespoon lime juice 2 tablespoons finely chopped fresh coriander leaves Method Sift flours into a bowl. Stir in cumin and paprika. Make a well. Whisk egg and milk together in a jug. Gradually whisk into flour mixture to form a thick batter. Mash 1/2 of the kidney beans in a bowl. Add to batter with corn, zucchini, cheddar, chopped coriander and remaining beans. Season with salt and pepper. Set aside for 10 minutes. Pour enough oil into a large frying pan to come 5mm up side of pan. Heat over medium-high heat. Add 1/4 cup batter to pan. Repeat 3 more times to make 4 fritters. Cook for 3 minutes each side or until browned and cooked through. Drain on paper towel. Cover to keep warm. Repeat with remaining batter to make 12 fritters. Meanwhile, make avocado chilli salsa. Place avocado, chilli, lime juice and coriander in a bowl. Toss gently to combine. Season with salt and pepper. Serve fritters with salsa, sour cream, salad leaves and coriander sprigs.

Looking for ideas for your new home or updating your current home? Well look no further with some of the biggest trends for 2020 and beyond revelaed right here. You only have to have watched the current series of Channel Nine’s The Block to see wood panelling is an emerging trend. It gives the wow factor without the wow budget with bedhead walls one of the most popular areas to utilise this trend. With concrete and other raw materials dominating the interior of homes, offsetting that has become a challenge with curvy shapes in

Graeme 0419 806 410 Sales

Bianca 0407 613 346 Sales

Toni 0402 356 905 Sales | Accounts

Sophie (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

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vogue for everything from your sofa to your homewares as you look to balance the natural materials with a softer look. Paying homage to the natural world is still a big trend with colour and texture looking to bring a feel of earth and sea to your home. To introduce the trend into your home, opt for pieces and finishes made from natural materials such as timber and stone, and take a nature walk to forage for fallen palms, branches or leaves in interesting shapes which make for beautiful pieces of décor. You can also bring that

Silvia (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

6 STRANGWAYS STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

earthy look into your home with furniture pieces or soft furnishings upholstered in textured fabrics such as bouclé, tweed, felt or wool.

Lydia (08) 8725 8037 Property Manager

Your Mates in Real Estate

81 CROUCH STREET SOUTH, MOUNT GAMBIER

NEW

NEW PRICE

OPEN Saturday 9.30am - 9.50am

OPEN Saturday 10.15am - 10.45am

$189,000 - $205,000

4

1

1

MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE

Solid Stone home with a lot on offer  Carport plus shed & workshop 

Two living areas with s/c + gas heating  Spacious undercover pergola and rear yard 

Updated dining & kitchen area with double  oven, stainless benches & great storage space for the chef enthusiast Rental appraisal of $270.00 - $280.00 per week 

$359,000 - $379,000

3

1+

5

LESS THAN 400M TO THE BLUE LAKE

Solid stone home with two living areas  Block of approx. 938m2 with rear yard access  Updated bathroom, kitchen, 2nd living &  laundry area with second toilet

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

Slow combustion heating + R/C split system  High clearance carport + 14m x 7m x 3.3m  stone shed with power, light, pot belly etc Fully fenced yard with wood sheds etc 

Bianca Taylor | 0407 613 346

161 LAKE TERRACE EAST, MOUNT GAMBIER

2/89 JUBILEE HWY EAST, MOUNT GAMBIER

9 NEILSON STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

NEW

OPEN Saturday 11.00am - 11.30am $389,000 - $409,000

4

2

8

INVEST IN A LIFESTYLE WITH ULTIMATE VERSATILITY

Abundance of shedding, stunning gardens,  chook house, fruit trees

Multitude of uses from Residential living, short  term accommodation & commercial business

Gorgeous 1920 villa on 2,200m2 Allotment  Commercial Opportunity (STCC) 

Self-contained renovated granny flat/unit  Traditional lounge room with s/c wood heater 

Toni Gilmore | 0402 356 905

$295,000

3

1

2

JUBILEE ESTATE COMPLEX

$195,000

3

1

2

LOCATION ON POINT

Well designed three bedroom unit   Open plan living area with gas log fire

Conveniently located 3 bedroom home   Spacious dining living with air con unit

Undercover entertaining area  Double garage UMR with internal access 

Lovely pergola overlooking established  gardens + carport with rear yard access

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

Graeme Cleves | 0419 806 410

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

RLA 263 296


Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

12 Tallarook Crt, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

15 Hartley St, Mt Gambier

Historic Compton Downs 1800s Homestead Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

ES CR A 132

143 Sassanowsky Rd, Suttontown

5 2 3

SATURDAY 11.30-11.45

OPEN

$390,000-$420,000

3 1 4

SATURDAY 10.00-10.30

OPEN

$289,000

4 1 10

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

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

ES OM H 2

14 Arthur St, Penola

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

5 Hume Crt, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

38 Tolmie St, Mt Gambier

3 1 5

SATURDAY 9.45-10.00

OPEN

$194,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

ES CR 2A

376 Cafpirco Rd, Compton

6 4

SATURDAY 1.00-1.15

OPEN

$690,000-$695,000

4 2 2

SATURDAY 11.00-12.00

OPEN

$569,000

3 2 5

SATURDAY 10.15-10.30

OPEN

$390,000-$399,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

1 Springs Rd, Pt Mac

3 2 4

$455,000

malseeds.com.au

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

MT GAMBIER | MILLICENT | PORT MACDONNELL | ROBE | BEACHPORT


Jason 0419 032 795

Jade 0421 383 368

Wendy 0468 692 993

Sam 8724 9999

Selena 8724 9999

Kathy 8733 1989

From 1,202m2

Kelli 8724 9999

Kira 8724 9999

Bronwyn 8724 9999

15,000m2

Tanya 8724 9999

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

62 Sea Parade & 63 Milstead, Pt Mac

9: 792m2 | 11: 931m2

1,234m2

• Located in the centre of Port MacDonnell • Selling as one allotment on two seperate titles • Zoned Town Centre which is flexible for multiple uses • One of the largest pieces of vacant land along the beachfront • Ideal for couples looking to build their dream homes (S.T.C.A) • Power passing

ULTIMATE BEACHFRONT

$395,000-$400,000

5,000m2

$169,000

3 1 1

$245,000

4 2

$260,000-$270,000

Centenary View Estate Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

ND LA

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

2 McKay Rd, Compton

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

11 Lasiandra Crt, Mt Gambier

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

10 Hammer Crt, Mt Gambier

ND LA

3 1 1

$275,000

3 1 2

$429,000-$439,000

9 & 11 Collins Crt, Robe 9: $59,000 | 11: $69,000

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

4/88 Crouch St North, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

$199,500

3 1 4

$155,000-$160,000

3 2 2

$290,000-$310,000

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

Lot 65, Acorn Drv, Mil Lel

Jason Malseed 0419 032 795

19 Douglas St, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

3 Lexington Cres, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

ND LA

$90,000-$98,000

4 1 4

$260,000

3 2 2

$375,000

3 1 3

79 North Tce, Mt Gambier

ND LA

Courtney 8724 9999

Residence at Rear

• Residence at rear; 3 Bed, 1 Bath and 3 Car Alfresco Decked Area and shedding at the rear of property • Rainwater Tanks • Deli, Green-Grocer and General Store • Post Office • Newsagency Supplies • Bottle Shop (with Liquor Licence) • Banking Facilities • Café Style Facilities

PADTHAWAY GENERAL STORE

Contact Agent

ND LA

Lot 101, 102, 103, 104 Livingston St, Blackfellows Caves

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

147 North Tce, Mt Gambier

Wendy Flint 0468 692 993

5 Naylor Pl, Mt Gambier

Jade Martin 0421 383 368

E OR ST

15 Memorial Drv, Padthaway


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After 11 years of ‘Bordertown Daily’ appearing on our trucks with 5 of those years servicing South Western Victoria also, we have decided it’s time for a name change. Cross Border Couriers will continue to service the following areas from Monday to Friday: Nangwarry, Tarpeena, Penola, Naracoorte, Padthaway, Mundulla, Bordertown, Casterton, Coleraine and Hamilton. New name, same crew See you on the road Jordan & Kendall

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It could safely be argued that there has never been a time when rural based business has needed a helping hand than in 2020 and all the curve balls the year has thrown up. In light of the difficult year, Rural Business Support (RBS) is increasing its commitment to supporting Limestone Coast farmers and small business owners to manage the financial impact of the pandemic by opening a new office in Mount Gambier. Through delivery of the Rural Financial Counselling Service (RFCS) and new Small Business Financial Counselling (SBFC) program, the RBS team can work with eligible impacted farmers and small business owners to develop and implement plans to recover. With COVID-19 now adding another layer of complexity for businesses, RBS is encouraging people to call in on 1800 836 211 to discuss their situation and find out about the available free and confidential support. RBS small business financial counsellor Darrel Soderlund has joined the RBS team, based at the organisation’s new Mount Gambier office at 152 Jubilee Highway East. Naracoorte based rural financial counsellor Lachie Hood also works with eligible primary producers in the region. With issues including the impact of border restrictions on tourism, staffing shortages and an uneasiness by some lenders, RBS

offers experienced and empathic support for Limestone Coast small business owners to assess their options and find a way forward. RBS CEO Brett Smith said that RBS financial counsellors could work with small business owners to help them prioritise the important decisions and develop plans to help them gain some clarity amid the uncertainty. “Our financial counsellors live and work in the South East, so they understand the complex challenges involved with operating a business in the current COVID climate,” he said. “There are a lot of brave faces at the moment, but RBS is urging South East small business owners to see if you’re eligible for our free, independent and confidential services. Whether you’re a primary producer or run a main street business, our services are here to help. “Initially this might involve looking into government grants or other payment options to help ease some of the financial pressure. Our team can help you consider different options you may have to improve your business, then work with you to develop a plan to keep the business on track and you feeling in control.” RBS financial counsellors can also provide support to: • Develop plans to manage cash flow and creditor payments • Prepare for talks with lenders and insurance companies

• Access dispute resolution services • Connect with broader professional advice and support • Apply for government and community grants, programs or schemes RBS rural financial counsellors help eligible primary producers who are in financial difficulty to take action to develop and implement plans to improve their financial position. This includes farmers, fishers, forest growers and harvesters and owners of small agriculture related rural businesses. RFCS also has information on programs and assistance that may be available such as Farm Household Allowance (FHA) and low interest loans through the Rural Investment Corporation (RIC). The RBS Small Business team works with small business owners beyond the farm gate. They can also help approved clients to access a Professional Services Fund, which can be used to cover the costs of specialist third-party advice beyond the scope of financial counselling services, such as financial planning and specialist taxation and accounting advice, or training. Rural Business Support is funded to deliver the RFCS and SBFC programs by the Australian and South Australian Governments. To confirm eligibility for RBS support and be connected with a financial counsellor please call RBS on 1800 836 211 or visit www.ruralbusinesssupport.org.au to find out more. THE BEST OF NIGHT OWLS: (Above left) RBS financial counsellors Darrel Soderlund & Lachie Hood and (above right) RBS CEO Brett Smith at last week’s launch of the Limestone Coast services.

Revealing the secrets to his talent Mount Gambier resident Vaughan Duck is an accomplished illustrator and at the weekend he gave an insight into his process to a new generation of would-be illustrators in a session at the Mount Gambier Library. His latest book, Big Beach BBQ, provided the theme for the session with the children dressing in their favourite beach gear as they learned just how Vaughan (pictured left) created his characters from very simple beginnings.

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RURAL RUNDOWN Industry leaders can show you the way SFM Asset Management - the leaders in growing trees & growing value SFM Asset Management (SFM) has been in the Green Triangle region since 2011 establishing its Mount Gambier office in 2017. The team continues to look to share their expertise and industry networks with local landowners who could benefit from branching out into Agroforestry. For landholders with established plantations, SFM can take care of all your harvest and marketing needs, providing access to the most lucrative domestic and export markets. SFM is truly independent so they always look for the best deal available for you in the current market. General Manager Mike Lawson explained the value of tapping into SFM is their multiple revenue streams. “That basically means there’s zero risk that somebody will not be paid for their resource,” he said. “We see this as a low cost, low risk investment and we have access to multiple domestic and export markets. “We work in the best interests of the grower – we always put them first.” Don’t currently have a plantation? The Federal Government has released an Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF) and SFM has the perfect team to guide you through just how you can turn unproductive or under-utilised land into a genuine income stream. “Providing you are eligible, you

can secure a 10-year revenue stream from year one of a newly established plantation,” Mr Lawson said. “We can help landowners access the ERF to establish plantations on their land, then provide full management services throughout the crop rotation.

“We are perfectly set up to get private growers into forestry in a low-cost way. “We are all about working with the landowner and addressing their unique situation. “There are so many benefits with the added bonus that when done correctly it can improve overall

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers spiked sharply as agents yarded 30,665 head consisting of 26,138 lambs and 4527 sheep with large increases in numbers in both categories. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a large contingent of active restocker orders this week. Quality was generally good however the large offering forced pricing down in the lambs with sheep ranging from firm to also slightly easier.

Light lambs to the trade ranged from $97 to $153 as the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returned from $132 to $158/head. Restockers were very active as they sourced lambs to grow on from $99 to $156/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $147 to $170 with lambs easing in price by $8 to $12/head as they averaged from 720c to 750c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs made from $162 to $197 as the extra heavy

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pens sold from $195 to $253/ head. Hoggets ranged from $125 to $175 as the light ewes returned from $44 to $112/ head. Medium weighted ewes made from $121 to $148 as the heavy pens made from $146 to a high of $236/ head. Sheep sold from firm to $3/head cheaper. Wethers ranged from $144 to $202 as rams made from $60 to $154 to the trade and to $184/head to a restocker.

farm productivity.” SFM also takes care of the red tape and government paperwork to ensure you are ticking all the boxes required. Their knowledge of the nuts and bolts of the process ensures you have a stress-free experience of stepping into the plantation space.

SFM backs their expertise and knowledge, offering obligation free advice for any landowner looking to transform portions of their property to plantation. “We see that as part of building a sustainable business,” Mr Lawson said. “And we have team members in Victoria and South Australia so we are operating relatively as normal at the moment. “We can still offer face to face meetings where allowed, albeit at a reasonable social distance!” SFM also operates in Tasmania and Western Australia. Adding plantations to your family farm really can be a prudent investment. “The footprint can be relatively small, but the longer-term returns can be incredible – and they’re just the ones we can calculate. The intangible benefits to the farm environment are real also, just harder to measure” SFM can’t wait to walk you through the benefits of adding forestry to your farm portfolio. FSC and Responsible Wood certified, SFM offer certified management of commercial-scale and private forestry plantation estates, including harvesting and logistics solutions, market options and independent advice to a wide range of forest-based projects. Contact Mike and the team today for all your Agroforestry needs on (08) 8778 1236 or via email mlawson@sfmes.com.au

Mount Gambier Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS Agents yarded 3191 lambs and 80 sheep to total 3271 head overall with a lift of almost 1400 on the previous week. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with a number of restockers present however supply of suitable lambs for these buyers was lacking as most went home empty handed. Quality was generally good across the offering as the sale ranged from firm to slightly easier in price. Light lambs to the trade made from $65 to $97 as the light weight trade 2 and 3 score selection returned from $138 to $145/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $146 to $168 to ease up to $5/head as these lambs sold mostly from 720c to 740c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs ranged from $168 to $190 as the few extra heavy types returned from $188 to the market high of $236/head. Hoggets made from $130 to $170/head whilst ewes sold from $128 to $140 and rams sold from $50 to $150/head.

Mount Gambier Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded 1116 head of live weight and open auction cattle as numbers remained steady at Mount Gambier last week. These sold to the usual array of buyers with the trade, feeders and restockers all active. Quality was mixed this week with a drop in the grown steers, bullocks and vealers but an outstanding offering of younger female cattle came forward as the market ranged from firm to dearer in price. Vealers received competition

from the trade, feeders and restockers as steers sold from 390c to 457c and heifers made from 360c to 445c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade sold from 372c to 410c with similar heifers selling from 355c to 414c/kg. Feeders sourced steers from 361c to 435c and heifers from 355c to 414c as restockers competed on steers, making from 368c to 462c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade made from 351c to 395c as feeders sourced cattle here from

376c to 398c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade sold from 330c to 391c with feeder competition making from 362c to 398c as manufacturing steers sold from 270c to 338c/kg. Heavy cows made from 288c to 307c as the lighter types sold from 245c to 265c with feeder activity making to a top price of 308c/kg. Heavy bulls sold from mainly 260c to 300c with an isolated sale to 320c for a Limousin as the lighter types sold to mainly feed up to 350c/kg.


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What started with qualified mechanic Russell Collins offering mechanical repairs at Yahl 25 years ago, has developed into one of the region’s most trusted suppliers of agricultural equipment for almost three decades with Russell Industries building its reputation on outstanding, expertise and customer service as well as a commitment to providing trusted, quality brands. Locally owned and operated by Russell and Robyn Collins, the Jubilee Highway East business can assist the man on the land with a wide range of products and services, from tractors to seeding equipment, from balers to other hay equipment, from sprayers to on farm transport, Russell Industries is your one stop shop for expert advice and personalised service. Russell Industries is also at the forefront of all your maintenance and repair needs, with a fully equipped workshop and experienced staff to keep your equipment running at its best and all the accessories that ensure your equipment works more efficiently and effectively to get the job done with a minimum of fuss. The business also offers radiator sales and repairs for all makes and models and an extensive range of spare parts for most applications. Russell Industries prides itself on being locals serving locals and the trusted, expert team are all familiar faces around town. Russell Industries have teamed up with some of the most trusted brands on the agriculture landscape including New Holland, Pottinger, Giltrap, Hardi and Polaris and as stockists of these quality brands, they can find the right fit for you and your needs. Now is also the perfect time to take advantage of the Federal Government’s extension of the $150,000 instant asset write-off to the end of the year as the government looks to spur businesses to invest. The instant asset write-off threshold of $150,000 for businesses with an aggregated turnover of less than $500 million and now runs until December 31. So head to 205 Jubilee Highway East or call (08)8725 2022 and find out how Russell Industries can help you with all your agricultural equipment needs.

Numbers rose slightly as agents yarded 1,169 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with the normal feeder orders but an extra northern restocker added competition to the market last week. Quality was generally good with a number of pens coming off feed as the market mainly sold to a dearer trend. Vealer steers to the trade ranged from 444c to 450c to lift 10c to 20c as feeders purchased from 410c to 448c

and restockers to a top of 454c/kg. Vealer heifers made from 420c to 438c/kg with the trade, feeders and restockers all actively seeking supply. Yearling steers to the trade sold from 370c to 418c with similar heifers making from 384c to 421c/kg. Feeder orders sought steers from 375c to 428c and heifers from 370c to 392c with restockers sourcing steers from 380c to 450c and heifers from 360c to 430c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks sold from 320c to 390c to the trade as feeder orders provided support from 380c to

400c/kg. Grown heifers made from 313c to 395c to the trade with feeder activity from 352c to 379c/kg. Manufacturing steers sold from 265c to 330c/ kg. Heavy cows made from firm rates to 3c better in price as they ranged from 292c to 325c with the lighter types making from 248c to 275c while feeders bought to 281c and restockers turned cows back out from 286c to 300c/kg. Heavy bulls ranged from 265c to 289c while lighter weights made from 300c to 418c/kg to a restocker.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Agents yarded 3,582 lambs and 4,239 sheep at Hamilton last week. The offering of new season lambs were of very good quality for the first major offering for the year. There was an excellent offering of sheep with all weights and grades available, included were good runs of well finished wethers. All the regular buyers were in attendance and fully active in a market where new season lambs were in places $5 softer and the heavier end over 26kg up to $15/head cheaper. The few old

lambs were firm and made to $200/head. Sheep were firm to slightly dearer for light to medium weights and the heavy end up to $20/head dearer in places led by the wethers on offer. Light 12 to 18kg lambs on offer made from $95 to $138/head averaging from 670c to 770c/kg cwt. The light trade weight lambs 18 to 22kg sold from $149 to $173/head to average from 690c to 730c/kg cwt. The medium trade weight lambs 22 to 25kg made from $158 to $182/head to average from 690c to 730c/kg

cwt. Heavy trade weight lambs weighing from 26 to 30kg and over made to a top of $200/ head to average 710c/kg cwt. The 3 score hoggets sold to $210 and Merinos to $158/head. Heavier crossbred sheep made to a top of $248 with the better well covered Merino ewes making from $175 to $212/head. Wethers sold from $166 to $237 as the general run of Merino mutton, to make from 620c to 680c/kg cwt. Terminal sires sold to a top of $64 and Merino rams made to a top of $179/head.

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“You have not got five. You only got four!� “I already Spotto’ed that one before when we were at the supermarket so you can’t Spotto it again anyway. It’s against the Spotto rules.� “There are no Spotto rules, stupid.� He then reaches across the back seat And wacks his brother. Let fun ensue for father who is trying to drive the car, get the children to stop arguing, while at the same time avoid the urge to just drive into a tree. And don’t even get me started on you Volkswagon drivers cruising around like you own the world. At least when the Spotto argument starts I have time to try to de-escalate and mediate the disagreement before the two little monsters come to blows. Driving past a Beetle leads to someone immediately punching an unsuspecting sibling. It’s fair to say that when you’re sitting quietly, gazing out the window thinking about the fact your evil parents still haven’t bought you the Nintendo Switch you’ve been whining about for the last three months, a sudden punch to the arm will get an immediate reaction. One possible reaction at this point is crying, surprisingly a best case scenario at this point. The far more likely alternate possibility is a

return punch, despite the fact that child number two has not seen a Volkswagon Beetle to make the punch legitimate. Obviously child one will be outraged at this point that the sacred rules of Punch Bug have been violated and punch child two again. Child two isn’t going to let things rest at this point, has absolutely zero interest in what child one says are the rules of Punch Bug and will return fire once again. At this point I’ll lose track of who punches who as fists fly, hair is pulled, while at the same time adults in the front of the vehicle are yelling to end the fight immediately. Do any of you yellow car and Volkswagon drivers consider the damage you’re doing whenever you go out for a drive? It’s irresponsible simply pulling out of your driveway as if you’re not behind the wheel of a family wrecking lethal weapon. It’s got to

stop. You really shouldn’t be going out unless it’s at a time where you can be relatively confident that there won’t be vehicles containing children on the road. Yellow cars and Beetles should only be allowed on the streets between midnight and five a.m. There I said it. And let’s be clear to all you yellow car and VW drivers. You can’t simply park your car out the front of your house either. Guns are lethal weapons and have to be kept in gun safes. Yellow cars and Volkswagons need to be kept safely locked up in sheds, where I don’t encounter them as I’m driving past your house. If anyone ever invents a time machine, I just want them to promise me that they’ll email me at robbietansel@gmail.com and let me know so I can go back in time and kill the person who invented Spotto and Punch Bug.

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EMPLOYMENT

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

Administration Manager

A local, long established Company is seeking an experienced Administration Manager with a high level of administration skills to work cooperatively & assist a small team of staff. Essential Knowledge / Experience: • Accounts Payable/ Accounts Receivable (including receipting, banking & monthly statements) • General ledger & Journals • Large inventory base • End of month & EOFY Reporting/ Reconciliation • Weekly & Monthly Cash Flow reports • BAS Calculation & Reporting • Maintenance of all GL, AR, AP & Users within software programme • Weekly payroll & reporting compliance • Advanced spreadsheeting • Operation of Microsoft Office applications (particularly Excel, Word & Outlook) • Ability to work independently with little direction • Ability to prioritise; work efficiently & effectively with good time-management skills • IT Management & liaison with IT technicians • General administrative duties • Current Drivers licence Highly Desirable: • Sybiz Accounting Software (or similar) • Reckon Payroll Premium (or similar) • Previous experience in an Administration role • Certificate IV in Administration or similar Conditions: • Sybiz Accounting Software (or similar) • Reckon Payroll Premium (or similar) • Previous experience in an Administration role • Certificate IV in Administration or similar Applications will be regarded as strictly confidential. Applications including a resume are to be received no later than: 5.00pm Friday 20th November, 2020 and should be addressed to: Grace McNally, Gramac Solutions

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1a Hedley Street PO Box 413 Mt Gambier SA 5290 Phone (08) 8724 8577 Fax (08) 8724 8599 Email: info@gramac.com.au www.gramacsolutions.com.au


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LOADER DRIVER FULL TIME POSITION BRUHN Limestone is seeking a person to join its quarry team. The successful applicant will need to be an experienced, competent and licensed loader driver. The majority of duties will involve loader driving to support the preperation and sale of ‘Aglime and Road Base’ products. Training in the areas of operating screen plants and use of general equipment will be offered. Please forward your resume and details to admin@bruhn.com.au for consideration.

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Training Manager

Jubilee Sawmill

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

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EMPLOYMENT

Refrigeration Technician Position vacant: Qualified refrigeration technician in commercial refrigeration and air conditioning • Must have: Artick, Electrical and Driver’s Licenses. Van, Phone and Uniform supplied.

MULTIPLE FULL TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE DMK Engineering is a highly skilled engineering company with extensive expertise and experience within the engineering industry.

Please phone Bruce: 0418 849 231 or email to admin@macsrefrigeration.com.au for further enquiries.

DMK Engineering has multiple full time positions available at its Mount Gambier facility for motivated and skilled trades people who perform quality workmanship and take pride in their work.

the creative fibre group

The successful applicants must meet the following criteria: • Trade qualified • Able to work in a team environment with minimal supervision • Hold a current drivers license • Pass a medical examination prior to commencement of employment Above award conditions to be negotiated according to skill level and overtime hours will be available. Please forward your application to: Mike O’Neil DMK Engineering Email: mike@dmkengineering.com.au Applications close Friday 20th November 2020

Mechanical Supervisor Jubilee Sawmill

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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www.dmkengineering.com.au B DOUBLE PRE-LOADER Afternoon Shift - Mount Gambier We currently have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Driver/ Storeperson to join our Despatch team as a Pre-Loader, working afternoon shift between our Mount Gambier sites. In this position, you will be required to work independently, using a forklift to load and unload trucks, deliver loads between sites, pick product and assemble loads and undertake other general duties relating to despatch / warehousing. The successful applicant must have: • A current MC licence (essential) with a good driving record (evidence will be required) • A current Forklift licence (essential) • Warehouse and delivery experience • Excellent time management and organisational skills • Basic computer skills (an advantage) To secure this role, you will be enthusiastic, reliable and self-motivated, work well on your own and enjoy working in a team environment. As part of the selection process, applicants must be prepared to undergo a pre-employment medical examination, which includes functional, audiometric, alcohol and drug testing. Borg is an Equal Opportunity Employer For more information and to submit an application, please visit https://careers.borgs.com.au Applications close 5:00pm, Friday 20th November 2020.


Electrical Tradesperson / Solar Installer We are seeking an experienced Electrical Tradesperson/Solar Installer to join the customer focused team at O’Brien Electrical Mount Gambier. The position is full time and you will have the opportunity to work within an existing team on projects, and in the service and maintenance sectors. You will work towards client satisfaction with accurately and swiftly delivered service and have the following skills: • • • • • • •

Ability to liaise with clients from all sectors Able to proactively train and support electrical apprentices Deliver jobs within budget for time and materials Strong Communication skills and excellent customer service Work in a team environment and independently when required Excellent time management and planning skills You will be provided with career development opportunities within the company, assisted with any training required to perform your role at the highest standard, and operate within a supportive environment to ensure your success. Overtime will be available.

Ideally, you will have experience in a similar role and hold the following: • • • • • •

Trade certificate and relevant experience PV Installer Licence Current Drivers Licence Working at Heights and EWP preferred Construction Industry White Card Comply with the relevant requirements of the QHS&E systems and JSA use and awareness • Rescue & Resuscitation License If you are a highly motivated and energetic individual, looking for a challenge and to make their mark on the growth of a successful award-winning company, then we would like to hear from you. Applications to be submitted to mountgambier@electrical.obrien.com.au by Friday 13th November. Any queries please contact Bonnie on 08 7723 2300.

TRADES ASSISTANT FULL TIME DMK Engineering is a highly skilled engineering company with extensive expertise and experience within the engineering industry. DMK Engineering has positions available at its Mount Gambier facility for motivated and skilled trades assistants who perform quality workmanship and take pride in their work. The successful applicants must meet the following criteria: • Must be able to interpret drawings • Able to work in a team environment with minimal supervision • Hold a current drivers license Above award conditions to be negotiated according to skill level. Please forward your application to: DMK Engineering Email: admin@dmkengineering.com.au Applications close Friday 20th November 2020

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Mechanical Shift Fitter Jubilee Sawmill

OneFortyOne (OFO) is a vertically integrated, trans-Tasman sustainable timber products organisation. The OFO Jubilee Sawmill has received significant investment over the last 5 years with state-of-the-art technology, making it one of the premier mills in Australia with a highly engaged and motivated workforce. This sawmill is the largest in South Australia with OFO being a huge contributor of supporting local employment, the economy and regional communities. At OneFortyOne, we believe in an inclusive culture that is rich in diverse thinking, ideas and experience. We are interested in high quality people with transferable skills and experience gained from any industry. We understand that our people are the cornerstone to our success. We are passionate about being a great place to work, have industry leading training and employee development programs, good work life balance and competitive remuneration. This position reports to the Maintenance Supervisor. Your main responsibilities will be to safely and efficiently carry out repair and PM work across the Jubilee Sawmill Site.

EMPLOYMENT

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To be considered for this position you must be a qualified tradesperson. Key selection criteria will be based on your demonstrated skills and attributes: • • • • • •

Maintenance fitting & machining work Good problem-solving skills Able to work effectively independently or in a group Willing to continually learn Work to grow our apprentices Have a professional, positive, can do attitude. Skills are important however the right attitude is essential

The prospective candidate will require the flexibility to work a rotating 3 shift roster. To be part of an ambitious, results-driven and rewarding team please email a cover letter and current Resume to: careeropportunities@onefortyone.com For any queries or further information about the role, please contact Andrew Hoath andrew.hoath@onefortyone.com or 0418 854 269. Applications close Friday 27 November 2020

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DEATH NOTICE

DEATH NOTICE LEE Jim

Passed away peacefully in the Mount Gambier Hospital on Monday, 2nd November 2020. Aged 78 years.

St Martins Lutheran College Executive Assistant to the Principal 37.5 hours per week/43 weeks per year Salary Range $65,669 - $68,655 pa FTE Applications are invited for the ongoing position of Executive Assistant to the Principal. The Executive Assistant performs a full range of administrative support functions, including calendar management, minute taking, and preparing documents. This role is responsible for providing a high level of professional, practical, and timely support to the Principal in his day to day responsibilities, which requires discretion and confidentiality. The role will also assist other leadership staff, including the Business Manager and VET Coordinator, with administrative support. The successful applicant will have: • Tertiary level qualifications in a related discipline or significant relevant industry experience • A current South Australian Working with Children Check for paid employment • A current Responding to Abuse and Neglect certificate (or be willing to obtain upon appointment) • Strong ICT skills using Microsoft Office and Google G Suite applications • High level communication and interpersonal skills appropriate to an executive office • Excellent organisational skills, with the ability to manage conflicting priorities

GAMBLE Julie

Passed away, following a courageous fight with Motor Neurone Disease, on Monday, 2nd November 2020. Aged 70 years. Dearly loved wife of Peter, for 50 years. Loving Mum of Louise and Jason; respected Mother-in-law of David and Vicki. Precious Nana of Sophie and Tom, Lachie and Kate, Zac, and Layla. A special person, a special face; A special someone we cannot replace. A private service will be held for Julie

Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Vicki and Len, Kerrie and Ian, Tony and Rita. Loved and loving Pa and Great Pa of Brendan, Kristy, Cherie, Alexander, Bella, Mayson, and Sophie. So dearly loved, so sadly missed Forever in our hearts.

FUNERAL NOTICE LEE

The relatives and friends of the late Mr Jim Lee are respectfully advised that his funeral will be held at the Mount Gambier Crematorium Chapel, Grant Avenue on Friday, 13th November 2020 commencing at 10:00am. In lieu of floral tributes a donation to the Royal Flying Doctor Service, PO Box 381, Marleston SA 5033 would be appreciated.

Rebecca Bignell | 8723 1046 Mount Gambier & Districts Accredited Member NFDA

In the care of SOUTH EAST FUNERAL SERVICES 1 White Avenue, Ph: 8725 4333

Experience in a school environment is desirable but not essential. The successful applicant will be supportive of the Christian ethos of the College and contribute to the wider school community. Some out of hours work will be required to take minutes of meetings. The position will commence on 18 January 2021.

EMPLOYMENT

Applications, including a cover letter, resume, contact details for three referees and a statement briefly addressing the person description (no more than 2 pages) should be submitted in PDF or Word format via email by Sunday 29 November 2020. A copy of the job description can be found on the College website at www.stmartins.sa.edu.au/employment. Enquiries and applications to: Mandy Taylor HR Coordinator Ph: 08 8725 1430 Email: hr@stmartins.sa.edu.au

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR Graduates are encouraged to apply

Reporting to the Director Childcare Services, the Early Childhood Educator will assist with the delivery of high quality, innovative programs across the Centre’s three rooms. This position is a fulltime role working across a spread of hours between 7:30am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday. This position is also entitled to one rostered day off per fortnight. The successful applicant must hold or have completed 50% of a Bachelor in Early Childhood Education in addition to a Working with Children Check and current First Aid Certificate. Applicants that hold a Diploma in Early Childhood Education are also encouraged to apply. Position description and information about Wattle Range Council is available from Council’s website at www.wattlerange.sa.gov.au.

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Applications should be marked ‘confidential’ and addressed to the Human Resource and Risk Manager, PO Box 27, Millicent SA 5280 or emailed to hr@wattlerange.sa.gov.au by 9 am on Monday, 16 November 2020.


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Stunning conditions for opening round of cricket

Last season’s vanquished Barber Shield grand finalists East Gambier sounded an early warning with a clinical victory over reigning champions North Sportsman’s in the opening one day clash of the Mount Gambier and District Cricket Association’s opening round at the weekend. East’s bowling attack was disciplined and managed to secure regular wickets and North’s

87 was never going to be enough, despite the fact, East would have liked to lose less wickets in the run chase. It was a nailbiter at Malseed Park with new South skipper Jamie Dunn taking 4/39 to ensure West Gambier was unable to chase down the visitors’ 7/142. It was in the Crouch Shield that the opening round highlight came, though, with Yahl’s Andrew Crouch

leading his side to a comfortable victory over East Gambier with an unbeaten 119. SCOTT PARK ACTION : (Above left) North Gambier allrounder Nick McInerney opened the batting and sliced this ball through the offside as East wicketkeeper Dion Stratford watches on and (above right) Emmerson Marks in full flight.

RESULTS BARBER SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) East Gambier 7/127 d North Sportsman’s 87 North 1st innings 87 (N. McInerney 28; M. Johnston 21; B. Hentschke 3/22; E. Marks 2/10; L. Turley 2/16) East 1st innings 7/127 (A. Hentschke 27; B. Hentschke 18; D. Whitehorn 17; E. Marks 16; N. McInerney 2/12) South Gambier 7/142 d West Gambier 139 South 1st innings 7/142 (D. Somerfield 35; A. Kuhl 28; J. Thompson 21; K. Chapman 3/24; S. Willis 2/40) West 1st innings 139 (K. Chapman 34; J. Blackwell, C. Prior 21; N. Easterbrook 17; J. Dunn 4/39; C. Jorgenson 3/46) NO OTHER RESULTS AVAILABLE CROUCH SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) Yahl 3/221 d East Gambier 2/140 Yahl 1st innings 3/221 (A. Crouch 119no.; I. Ross 51no.; J. Saunders 40) East 1st innings 2/140 (M. Roberts 56no.; J. Sullivan 35no.; B. Robinson 33) Glencoe 6/129 d North Sportsman’s 8/83 North 1st innings 8/83 (B. Robinson 28; M. Robinson 21 no bowling details available) Glencoe 1st innings 6/129 (No batting details available;

Big batting dominates round two of Mount Gambier softball Warriors Blue put their best foot forward in the opening innings of their clash with Concordes United scoring four runs. The rally was led off by a Daena Wombwell single, a walk picked by Angela Queale, then a ball smashed to shortstop by Nicole Vause scoring the first run. Leyna Bruggemann then stepped up driving a triple to left that scored two more runs and was then in turn scored by another Bec White line drive. Wombwell finished the game with three safe hits, Queale with two to her favoured left side, Bruggemann with two long ball extra base hits, White with two and a laser that nearly took the hand off of United’s pitcher Dana Jones. First gamer Kirsty Young made great contact with two singles up the middle. Emma MacDonald,

White and Alison Schultz held Concordes United in the field. Dana Jones pitched most of the game for United and had two of her team’s six safe hits for the day. Leonie McCallum’s sizzling single was a two run RBI in the third innings getting United on the board. Jo Hopgood was solid behind the plate for United and dropped a timely bunt for a safe hit and Bec Von Duve swung the bat hard. United threatened again with base runners in the bottom of the sixth innings but much to Sarah Thompson’s disgust, having absolutely creamed the ball up the middle, Bruggemann snaffled the line drive and threw Kia Hansen out at first for a game ending double play. Hansen and Daniela Waters worked hard for a safe hit each for United.

Tight contests in division one In a tight defensive game saw Federal walk away with the win, 5-3. Tigers secured their first run in the second when Matt Thomson crossed the plate after reaching first base on a dropped catch at leftfield, moved around by Jacob English’s safehit and a fielding error. No further runs for Tigers until the seventh and ninth both scored by Brayden Morton resulting from pressure put on Federals field causing errors. Jacob English gave seven strong innings on the mound, five strike outs, one walk, two hits and no runs before being replaced by Jesse Foster for two. Tigers were strong in the field not giving up any runs until the eighth. Federal put the youngest side on the diamond and made more errors in the field but were able to steady their nerves. They didn’t score any runs until Tigers relief pitcher came on the mound and

were able to capitalise scoring two runs in the eighth from Josh Wilsmore and Alex Pearson and three in the ninth by Howard, McMillan and Pearson. Alex Reppin pitched the whole nine for Federal securing 15 strike outs, two hit batters and four hits. South secured the win over Millicent in a tight game with one run between the sides. There was strong batting from both sides with many players securing two safehits for the game however only one of the combined 11 runs were earnt due to errors in both fields. South had 11 safehits to Millicent seven. South pitcher returning from injury Bruce Morale did his bit on the mound with 14 strike outs. Millicent’s Nick Pink did an admirable six innings on the mound before coach Darcy Pink took over and pitched out the game.

In the late game Wanderers and Concordes White played out an entertaining match in which one decisive innings saw Wanderers take the point for the day. The match started out very evenly, with Wanderers scoring one and Concordes two in the first innings. It was the second innings where the Wanderers bats came alive, with safe hits to Belinda Bonney, Lily Clifford-Finch, Ieshia Bonney and Sarah Morretti that saw Wanderers score a massive nine runs in the innings. From then on in Concordes where always playing catch up, and despite two doubles and a single from coach Jo Hopgood, as well as a safehit creamed up the middle by Megan Wombwell, Wanderers pitcher Em Hart pitched accurately and

RESULTS Division 1 Federal 5 (S Howard, K McMillan 2; A Pearson, A Reppin, T Rundle, J Wilsmore) d Tigers 3 (K Ransom, G Ransom, T Horrigan, J English); South 6 (D Hamilton, T Lockwood, R Placucci, Bruce Morale 2; H Battye, H Balshaw, D O’Dine) d Millicent 5 (D Pink, T Nieuwenhuizen, S Altschwager 2, T Winkley) Division 2 Tigers 6 (G Ha 2; J England, K Harrison, R Rolph, D Lane, A Dumigan, T Burner) Federal 1(M Moody, F Graney); Central Magpies 12 (P O’Hehir 3; K Shaw, S Shaw, C Muller 2; J Carrison, H Snell, J. Tzioutziouklaris) d South 6 (C Greco, P Walter 2; N Tilley, B Horrigan) Division 3 Federal 10 (A Hughes 3; L Gale 2; M deNys, P Taylor, G Williams, N Potter) d Central Magpies 7 (L Patching, T Wilson 3; S Hentschke, A Hoath 2; A Crouch,

short stop Fiona Finch had a magnet for the ball and made no mistakes for her side. In the end Wanderers ran out deserved winners, 11 runs to 4. Ther was no match report available for the Demons-Warriors White clash. RESULTS Wanderers 11(S Moretti, B Bonney, L Clifford-Finch 2, I Bonney, E Hart, F Finch) d Concordes White 4 (J Hopgood 3, B Jones, K Altschwager, M Wombwell, A Jones); Demons 12 (Montanna Millard 3, S Beck, H Watson, K Morale, J Mason, Mackenzie Millard, I Morale) d Warriors White 7 (J Koop, C Chaplin 2, T Wilsmore, T Holdman); Warriors Blue 8 (D Wombwell 3, A Queale, L Bruggemann, Bec White, K Young 2, N Vause) d Concordes United 2 (D Jones 2, J Hopgood, L McCallum, D Waters, K Hansen) G Crouch); Tigers 12 (M Thomson 3; T Quealle 2; D Perry, D Atkin, P Clark, J Verrity, S Horrigan, A Bossi) d Millicent 2 (S Wanganeen 2; P Altschwager); Naracoorte 8 (A Cross 3; B Fox, R Whitwell 2) South 6 (W Chant 2; K Rowe, M Serton) Under 15 Federal 12 (A Lynch 2; J Aarts, M Davis) Tigers 12 (A Merrett 2; J Mee, K Mee, K Mullan, O Gregory); Central Magpies 13 (B Vause 2; B Braithwaite, R Earle, O Earle) d South 11 (D Lewis, D Habner, E Timms) Little League South 15 (Z Lewis, L Ratcliffe, O Plunkett 3; P Cole, J Lewis, N Habner 2; Z Smith, C Morgan) d Millicent 3 (J Garner, E Mutton); Tigers 10 (L Seager 3; C Pitkin 2; L Seager, J Box) d Federal 6 (W Vincent 2; J Carey, M Pearce, M Cooper, L Telford) Minor League Central 9 d Federal 0

I. Mulraney 2/12; Z. Clark 2/17) Mil Lel 9/190 d West Gambier 8/109 Mil Lel 1st innings (D. Radley 65; T. Dinnison, J. Smith 23; B. Deans 17; S. Hughes 2/33) West 1st innings 8/109 (C. Galpin 23; J. Judd 22no.; D. Bachmann 3/13; J. Taylor 2/18;J. Arthurson 2/40) NO OTHER RESULTS AVAILABLE COX BROS SHIELD (ONE DAY MATCHES) NO COMPLETED RESULTS AVAILABLE O‘DONOHUE SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Millicent v West Gambier Millicent 1st innings 34 (B. Werchon 11; W. Von Stanke 2/4) West 1st innings (in reply) 1/49 (A. Hill 30no.; H. Case 12; J. Todd 1/20) East Gambier v North Sportsman’s East 1st innings 9/208 (J. Sullivan 68no.; N. Gazzard 38; L. Turley 36; T. Graney 35; J. Lawernce 32; I. Mulraney 2/26; Z. Clarke 2/10) HALL TROPHY (TWO DAY MATCHES) Penola v Millicent Penola 57 (No batting details available; A. Lindner 2/10; C. Clark 2/5) Millicent 1st innings (in reply) 1/42 (S. Hunt 26no.; O. Fitzgerald 14) West Gambier v Mil Lel Mil Lel 1st innings 5/134 (A. Virtanen 21; H. Hicks 17; B. Pfitzner 14; P. Dycer 3/21) SIMS SHIELD (TWO DAY MATCHES) Millicent v North Sportsman’s Millicent 122 (T. Lawlor 30no.; R. Lindner 27no.; M. Hunt 15; no bowling details available) Mil Lel Gold v Penola Penola 1st innings 144 (No batting details available; G. Barrett 1/9; E. Bunt 1/8; S. Miller 1/11; G. Little 1/17; I. Stafford 1/31; V. Radley 1/2; R. Smith 1/16) Mil Lel Green v East Gambier Mil Lel Green 1st innings 4/166 (T. Horbuyry 16ret.; T. Virtanen 11ret.; A. Allen 10; no bowling details available) Gambier Central v Glencoe Glencoe 1st innings 6/105 (S. Haase 23no.; K. Rainey 2/11; D. Stockwell 1/9)

MGDTA Results DIVISION ONE West Gambier 8-51 d Centrals/ Uniting Church 4-44 Men’s singles: E. Schultz lost to A. Van Den Hurk 0-6; B. Cook d B. Gaffney 6-2; N. Lang lost to C. Ambrose-Pearce 0-6. Women’s singles: J. Sealey d K. Mitchell 6-2; L. McIntyre lost to J. Delaney 2-6. Glencoe 7-60 d Reidy Park 5-51 Men’s singles: D. Childs d Z. Young 6-4; D. Boyce lost to C. Kelly 5-7; T. Biggins lost to J. Childs 2-6. Women’s singles: S. Edwards d B. Young 6-0; J. Mitchell lost to E. Edwards 6-7;L. Edwards d S. Edwards 6-2. DIVISION TWO Glencoe Gold 10-66 d Centrals 2-40; Mount Gambier 8-55 d Mount Schank 4-41; West Gambier Blue 10-67 d Reidy Park 2-35. No other results available. DIVISION THREE Mount Gambier 8-59 d Mil Lel Blue 4-40. No other results available. LADIES DOUBLES Uniting Church 3-26 d Reidy Royal 3-23; Allendale East 3-28 d Mil Lel 3-27; Reidy Red - BYE. MIXED DOUBLES Mil Lel 3-27 d Suttontown 3025; Cewntrals 3-29 drew with Mount Gambier Green 3-29. No other results available.


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SENIOR AWARD WINNERS (listed only): (Senior Men) Marc van Reit & Phil Muller Award (Best & Fairest) Cam Saint; Runner Up Christian Fleetwoo; Coaches Award Brodey Koop; Most Improved Steven Hughes. Presented by coaches Chris Fleetwood & Joel Thorne and (Senior Women) Best & Fairest Tess Andrews; Runner Up & Coach’s Award Kiah Connolly & Most Improved Skye Robertson. Absent - Best 1st Year Player Emma McDonald

UNDER 12 AWARD WINNERS (listed only): Joint Best & Fairest Daniel Ferguson; Joint Best & Fairest Patrick Dycer; Runner Up Gay Ni Hsar [Absent]; Coaches Award Cooper Smith; Most Improved Kahne Jeffrey; Best 1st Year Player Flynn Gray presented by Coaches Henry Shoemark & Shane Dycer

AWARD WINNERS (from left): Lyn & Brad Pettingill Award (Players’ Player) Brodey Koop presented by Lyn Pettingill; Karen Gysbers Memorial Award (Club Perons of the Year Greg Clark presented by Justin Gysbers and Under 21 Club Person of the Year Award Riley Turnbull presented by Paul & Lisa Mckenzie.

UNDER 16 AWARD WINNERS (listed only): Best & Fairest Olivia Gwilym; Runner Up Emma O’Callaghan; Coaches Award Emma O’Callaghan; Joint Most Improved Rylee Seidel & Joint Most Improved Isla Dickson

AWARD WINNERS (listed): (Reserves) Beaman Family Award (Best & Fairest) - Tom Holmes [Absent]; Runner Up; Matt Bonney [Absent]; Coaches Award: Matt Bonney [Absent] & Most Improved Anthony Ellis presented by coaches Marc Perryman & Joel Thorne and (Under 17) Hayden Thatcher Memorial Award (Best & Fairest) Ashton Sheedy; Runner Up Alex Hill; Coaches Award Kynan Sheedy & Most Improved Riley Johnson.

AWARD WINNERS (listed only): Detot/Dickson Inspiration Award Emma O’Callaghan & Kiah Connolly presented by Guy Detot & Scott Dickson and Herron Todd White Junior Scholarships George Reichelt & Anna-Louise Cory presented by Travis Turnbull.

AWARD WINNERS (listed): Outstanding Club Service Award Ben Jeffrey with Emmy & Kahne Jeffrey; The Rogerson Cup (Young Lion Award) Henry Smith presented by Adrian Smith; (Under 14) Best & Fairest Jacob Salmon; Runner Up Mee Reh Htoo; Coaches Award Alex Obedi [Absent] & Most Improved Alex Htoo and (Under 13) Best & Fairest Emmy Jeffrey; Runner Up Andi Corfield; Coaches Award:Katelyn Antonio & Most Improved Emily Brooks.

Limestone Coast cyclists treated to elite coaching

Countback win

A treat for the more than 15 of the region’s young cyclists, aged nine to 17, at the weekend with elite coaches Josh Harrison and Caitlin Ward (both pictured below right), from JKT Coaching, put the youngster

A three way countback was necessary to decide the winner of last Wednesday’s ladies par competition at Attamurra. This was the final round for the Olympic Trophy with the trophy presentation by Limestone Holdings being held next month. While par rounds are a little more demanding to score well, Rosemary Martland, Hope Bliss and Sue Downes all played well to finish 1 up with Martland surviving the countback to take the winner’s prize. Bliss, winner from the previous week repeated her good form to finish runner up from Downes. Sharran Waters led the way in the ball run down finishing square as did Maureen Sims, Karen Forster and Heather Barry, Sue Coulter, Marie Douglas and Di Norman 1 down and Di O’Donnell and Kate McCormick 2 down. The best back nine scores for A, B and C grades were won by Rosemary Martland, Di O’Donnell and Sharran Waters

through their paces on the track. The coaching sessions were hosted by the Limestone Coast Cycling Academy and Mount Gambier Cycling Club at the newly upgraded Blue Lake Sports Park velodrome. JKT Coaching

was founded by two pro cyclists who have a passion to develop the pathway of Australian cycling, especially to provide juniors with the tools to improve their cycling. Between them, Caitlin and Josh have more than 10 national titles, multiple World Cup medals, many international podiums and Junior World medals. Significant injuries and multiple set backs have been a signifcant part of both their careers, which has helped shaped their desire to support and build resilience in young cyclists.

respectively while Lois Harvey repeated her nearest the pin win last week on the 8th hole to claim the pro shot. This week, the quarter finals for the Handicap Match Play finals commence with Helen Gregory v Carol Davis, Helen McIntyre v Jennette Braun, Faye Mainwaring v Heather Barry and Yvonne Shirley v Jan Shanahan. Winners of these matches play in the semi finals on November 18 TIGHT COMPETITION: Runner up Hope Bliss, winner Rosemary Martland, winner and third placed Sue Downes after last Wednesday’s par competition at Attamurra.


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MID WEEK PENNANT Naracoorte 59/12 d Mount Gambier Blue 40/2; Port MacDonnell Red 49/14 d Naracoorte 38/0; Port MacDonnell Blue 55/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 44/0; Mount Gambier RSL Red 56/14 d Mount Gambier Green 36/0; Mount Gambier Red - BYE. LADIES PENNANT DIVISION ONE Millicent 50/14 d Kingston 39/0; Port MacDonnell 57/12 d Penola 43/2; Millicent Red 50/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 42/2; Mount Gambier 54/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 38/0. DIVISION TWO Robe 42/7 drew with Millicent 42/7; Naracoorte RSL 61/14 d Naracoorte 36/0; Penola 48/12 d Beachport 37/2; Port MacDonnell 46/14 d Lucindale 41/0. DIVISION THREE Robe 72/14 d Millicent 27/0; Naracoorte 68/14 d Port MacDonnell 36/0; Beachport 57/14 d Mount Gambier RSL 42/0; Penola 54/12 d Mount Gambier 44/2. OPEN PENNANT DIVISION ONE Millicent 89/16 d Robe 57/0; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 80/14 d Mount Gambier 62/2; Kalangadoo 81/14 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 50/2; Port MacDonnell 69/14 d Naracoorte 63/2. DIVISION TWO Mount Gambier Blue 82/16 d Kingston 57/0; Naracoorte 73/16 d Mount Gambier RSL 58/0; Naracoorte RSL 68/14 d Penola 60/2; Millicent 73/14 d Mount Gambier Red 65/2. DIVISION THREE Millicent Blue 77/16 d Lucindale 54/0; MOunt Gambier RSL 67/14 d Port MacDonnell 64/2; Penola 70/14 d Kingston 69/2; Naraocorte 71/14 d Millicent Red 63/2. DIVISION FOUR (SOUTH) Robe 72/12 d Beachport Red 61/4; Mount Gambier Blue 76/12 d Port MacDonnell 66/4; Beachport Blue 76/14 d Millicent 64/2; Mount Gambier RSL 79/14 d Mount Gambier Red 78/2. DIVISION FOUR (NORTH) Kalangadoo 81/16 d Penola 49/0; Lucindale 68/14 d Frances 56/2; Naracoorte 69/8 drew with Naraocorte RSL 69/8.

RSL claims victory at Beachport bowls event

One for the climbers Harry Opperman continues strong form The latest club race on the Spring Series calendar took the riders to Range Hill on Sunday, November 1, to test out their climbing legs. Fifteen riders greeted the commissaire for the start of the race, separated into four groups by the handicapper. The course began atop Range Hill, rolling down the eastern side before turning left onto the Overland Track for about 7.5km before turning around and racing back to the top of the hill, a 21.6km round trip. The first group of Jen Buckland, Sarah Dally, Harry Opperman and Michael Dethmore were given a four minute head start before the group of Spek Peake, Mike Bakker and John Cranwell began the chase. A further three minute break before the group of Bruce McLaughlin, Malcolm Tirabassi, Naomi Feder and Dean Zeven, followed by the scratch group of Matthew Opperman, Dave Bryant, Ash Herrewyn and Nick Kidman who began their chase a full 11 minutes after the front-runners had left. By the halfway turnaround, the groups were still working well, but with the gaps between groups reduced to two and a half,

four and ix and a half minutes respectively. As the riders turned onto the Mile Hill road for the final climb, Harry Opperman and Dally had managed to put a small gap on Jen Buckland and Dethmore, before the following groups began their chase to the top. At the finish line it was Harry Opperman who saluted the judges first in a time of 42:21, followed by Dally. Cranwell rounded out the podium, closely followed by Bakker. Kidman was once again the fastest rider, narrowly missing out on the

podium, and finishing just over one minute behind Harry Opperman. Following Kidman over the line was Zeven, then Jen Buckland, Bryant, Matthew Opperman, Feder, Peake, Dethmore, McLauglhin and Tirabassi. This weekend’s race will see the riders take on the Caves Road course over 20km. WINNERS PODIUM : John Cranwell (3rd), Nick Kidman (Fastest Time), Harry Opperman (1st) & Sarah Dally (2nd)

Junior tournaments start off with doubles

Melbourne Cup day saw a strong contingent of RSL bowlers go down to Beachport to compete in the annual Beachport Invitation Men’s Fours. Seven teams headed to the seaside giving an overall competition of 16 teams for the day. Challenging conditions were had by all the teams but in the end only one team finished with three wins and it was the strong RSL Bowling Club quartet of Dean Wilkinson, Andy Ashby, Graham Dent and Malcolm Williamson. Thursday saw the rescheduled Men’s Aggregate drawn competition, which was very well attended with some strong triples teams being selected. Only one team won both games for the day and it was the team led by skipper Tony Freeman, with his second being Daryl Cameron and leader Murray Winterfield. SEASIDE SUCCESS: Annual Beachport Invitation Men’s Fours competition winners - Dean Wilkinson, Andy Ashby, Malcolm Williamson & Graham Dent.

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Round four of the Mount Gambier Table Tennis Spring Season once again produced clear winners in all three matches played. As the world paid tribute to legendary James Bond actor Sir Sean Connery this week, Team Ferrari showed no sense of occasion as it easily accounted for Team Aston Martin, 16 rubbers to 8. Sanith Ghetia and Owen Schofield were strong for the victors recording clean singles sheets on the night, while Aston Martin’s Hayden Luo and Nick Aston were also undefeated in their singles rubbers. Luke Bremner got Aston Martin off to a good start with victory over Ferrari’s Joel Schofield, however from there on it was mostly one-way traffic. Ferrari went on a 6-rubber streak through the middle part of the match which proved a bridge too far. Highlights of the night included Team Ferrari’s Marga Steele and her opponent Wes Somerfield playing out a tense 5-game thriller that had onlookers biting their nails, Steele eventually prevailing 13-11 in the decider. Team McLaren crossed the line ahead of Team Bentley in the second contest of the night, with a score line of 14-10 that ultimately flattered their opponents. The victors claimed victory in the first five rubbers before Johnny McBain finally gave Team Bentley something to cheer about with his hardfought victory over Phil Megaw, but it was too little too late. The gallant efforts of McBain and Ben Newman weren’t enough to carry their team who were never really in the hunt. Richard Horrigan, Mike Hosszu and Heather McGregor all recorded perfect individual performances for the victors.

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In the final match of the round Team Mercedes proved no match for the might of Team Audi, the latter having too much firepower with Leigh Barry, Kuncheria Luka (pictured above) and Aaron McPhee all performing strongly to carry their team to victory. Luka prevailed in an absorbing 5-game battle against Mercedes’ Felix Owusu. The latter appeared to be in cruise control with a 2-0 lead before his Audi opponent shifted into turbo mode and took the next three games to storm to a famous victory. Jono Lange had a solid night for Mercedes but it wasn’t enough, Team Audi coasting to a comfortable 11-7 victory. RESULTS 2 match winners: Nick Aston, Hayden Luo (Aston Martin), Sanith Ghetia, Owen Schofield (Ferrari), Ben Newman, Johnny McBain (Bentley), Richard Horrigan, Mike Hosszu, Heather McGregor (McLaren), Jono Lange (Mercedes), Aaron McPhee, Kuncheria Luka, Leigh Barry (Audi).

RSL crowns its 2020/21 Mixed Triples champions The Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowls Club hosted its club championship Mixed Triples at the end of last month with a strong line-up vying for the title. Sixteen teams entered the competition with eventual winners, Ron Ploenges, Karen Doman and Simon Attiwill being the only team to win three games for the day. Runners up on a countback were Brenton Wittwer, Beryl Messenger and Phillip Wilson. A reminder that meals are available at the clubrooms between 6pm and 7pm on Friday evenings so come along and enjoy a friendly, social atmosphere where new members are welcome. Please register your interest in our popular Night Owls competition which will be underway shortly. It’s a fun night and a great introduction to lawn bowls for anyone who is keen. Anyone interested in joining the RSL Bowling Club please contact the club on (08)8725 9515.

Volleyball Results DIVISION ONE Norf d Giants (1) 3-1 (Best: Tim Scarth & Ben Papps); Leftovers d Karenni 3-1 (Best: Steven Speck & Bow Doh Htoo) DIVISION TWO Giants (2) d Pro-crastinators 3-1 (Best: Ben Tremelling & Liam Moulden; Hope d Rock Stars 4-1 (Best: Ku Tha Lee & Randal Rickard); Super Bomb d Kayla’s Angels 4-0 (Best: Pa Tah & Alex Popovich)

It was raining gold for the three Mount Gambier athletes who competed at the VIVA SA All Schools Games at the SA Athletics Stadium late last month. Experienced campaigners Leila Croker and Hayden Crowe and first timer Emily Lynch put in impressive performances to return home with not only plenty of medals but with the chance to represent South Australia at the 2021 National Track and Field Championships. Emily Lynch, from St Martins Lutheran College, competed in the Under 14 3km Walk - the first time Emily had competed at this distance and she came away with the gold medal and a national qualifying time of 11:18.32. Hayden Crowe, from Mount Gambier High School, is a veteran of competing at All Schools but this year the 15 year old took the big step to the Under 18 age group. Hayden competed in three events coming away with two gold medals and one bronze medal. Hayden’s first event was his favoured 400m sprint which he ran in a blistering time of 50:04, a new personal best and also a national qualifier to take the gold medal. He then ran 100m sprint, clocking a time of 11:75, taking the bronze medal. Hayden backed up on the Sunday to win the 200m sprint with a new PB and national qualifying time of 22:83 to take the gold medal. Leila Croker, from Tenison Woods College, has had an interrupted training schedule leading up to the All Schools after breaking her wrist on her throwing arm a couple of weeks before the event. Leila competed in four events, winning two gold medals and one silver medal in the Under 16 age group, stepping up from Under 14 last year. Leila had a great long jump with a jump of 5.14m which equalled her PB and also saw her bring home the gold medal. Leila then ran in the 90m hurdles, winning gold in a time of 14.54.

On day two of The All Schools Leila competed in the 200m hurdles and 200m sprint, winning silver in the 200m hurdles in a time of 31.52, before closing out the championships with the 200m sprint where she came third in her heat to make the final, where she finished sixth.

STATE SUCCESSS: (Above top) Emily Lynch, Hayden Crowe & Leila Croker with their State All Schools medal haul; (above bottom left) Leilia Croker in action during the long jump competition and (above bottom right) Hayden Crowe competing in the 400m event.

Lower South East bowlers claim silverware The annual Upper South East versus Lower South East bowls competition was held at the beginning of this month at Naracoorte Bowling Club. The Lower South East proved too strong and took out the trophy 384 points to 294 points. The Men’s competition was a much closer result than the women’s clash. RESULTS Men: LSE 202 d Upper SE 197. Women: LSE 182 d Upper SE 97. Players: MEN: Mount Gambier RSL Deane Wilkinson, Andy Ashby, Robert Corner, Gary Bowering, Michael Fox, Simon Attiwill &

Graham Smith Mount Gambier Bill Bremner, Adam Wilson, Brad Errock, Jason Kuring, Ian Von Stanke & John Reppin Millicent Bryan Roper, Wayne Ross & Aaron Emonson Robe Pat Lynch, Errol Jennings, Dean Burgoyne, Peter Roachock, Peter Gregory & Gordon Brown Port MacDonnell Paul Weir & Wayne Dowdell WOMEN: Mt Gambier RSL Fiona Pearson, Veronica Opie, Jane Crowder, Jenny Bowering, Fleur Roachock, Nancye Wilson, Carmel McQuade, Keisha Pearson,

Joy Bilney, Beryl Messenger & Shirley Gifford Mt Gambier Leanne Hentschke & Maryke Heaver Millicent Sarah Ross, Adriana Ross & Mary Clifford Port MacDonnell: Heather Richards, Judy Grosvenor & Robyn Burley Penola Kathy Brooks


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The bowlers had their first night of cold weather at the Millicent Bowls Club Night Owls Competition which tested some, as well as a shower of rain which had them ducking for cover for a few minutes. One team managed to score a magnificent eight on one end earning them a prize and that was Gizzies Crew (Paul Craig, Nick Waring, Margie Gysbers, Karen Michell). Touches Tonight: Phillip Keatley (Bedford Butterflies) 4,Bernie Bowman (Sunnies) 3, Stewie Pounsett (Lions Roar), Clayton White (Lions) 4, Graham Attiwell (Try Hards) 3. Winners : WHITE DIVISION Gizzies Crew (Paul Craig, Nick Waring, Margie Gyberts) defeated Bedford Butterlies 28+15, Beanz Team 28+11, Crappers 26+5, X Factor 26+1.

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BLUE DIVISION The Birdies (Mary Dawson, Janet Watson, Robyn Rolfe, Pam Packer) defeated the Sunnies 29+13, Try Hards 28+14, Mossies 27+8, Lions 25+6, Max’s Four 25+2. RED DIVISION Rovers (Mick Pedler, John Buhlmann, Paul Whitford, Roger Buckmaster) defeated the Maccas 31+9, Sparkies 27+1, Somerset Legends 26+5, Great Northern Clams 26+1, Jack Attack 25+2.

SPORT Ready to fire Sarah Allan champing at the bit for pre-season training Adelaide defender Sarah Allan is itching for pre-season to start as preparations ramp up for the 2021 AFLW season. Clubs commenced pre-season with a two-week induction period that started on November 4 before the season proper begins on February 1 next year “From there it’s a full-on preseason and then into our season. It’s all going to get ramped up very soon and I’m looking forward to it,” Allan said. “Obviously we’re not contracted but everyone does work hard in their own time. You want to get yourself physically prepared to hit the ground running in the preseason.” The Crows finished second from bottom in Conference A last season and sorely missed the star quality and experience of Erin Phillips and Chelsea Randall who both succumbed to knee injuries. And Allan says the returns of Phillips and Randall will give the group a huge boost. “We definitely had a lot of injuries and we had a very young team across the board,” Allan said. “We

THE BEST OF NIGHT OWLS: (Above left) Paul Whitford, Roger Buckmaster, Mick Pedler, John Buhlmann (Rovers, Red Division); (Above top right) Karen Michell, Margie Gysbers, Nick Waring, Paul Craig (Gizzies Crew, White Division); (Above bottom right Janet Watson, Pam Packer, Mary Dawson, Robyn Rolfe ( Birdies, Blue Division)

Ross & Hann on fire to take out Millicent 2-4-2 bowls

Last week, Millicent’s 2-4-2 competition was played in cool but dry conditions. Thirty-six players took part in the 2-4-2 game with the winning team of Eddie Hann and Ian Ross taking home the money with a great score of 34+1. Runners up for the day were Garth Baker and Rod Gibbs with a score of 33+12. Other winning teams for the day were Malcom Wright, Robert Atkinson 33+10. David Crase, Neil Whelan 32+17. Garry Wilson, Steve Carnellor 32+3. Chris Earl, Brian Roper 31+2. Alby Cecotti, Robert Radley 30+4. Andy Kramer, Terry Barnes 30+2 and Peter Bateman, Derek Bowering 30+1 Anyone wishing to go to the Country Carnival in Adelaide, entries close on December 6, while entries are also open for the Somerset/Hahn Open Fours and Pairs to be played on December 10. A Pizza Night will be held on Saturday, December 14, after Open Pennants, and anyone wishing to attendneed to put their names on the attendance sheet. MILLICENT BOWLS CLUB 2-4-2 COMPETITION: (Above left) - Winners Ian Ross & Eddie Hann and (above right) - runners up Rod Gibbs & Garth Baker

got to give those young players a lot of time on the field. Once we get everyone back on board, I think we’ve got a really skilful team overall. “I think getting our structures right, getting that team cohesion back together and I think all the new girls coming in will fit right into our game style, we’ve got some speed, we’ve got some goalkickers and defenders in. “Just making sure everyone is healthy and having those big leaders (fit) brings a great positivity to the team and knowing those players on the field lifts everyone up … which will be great for everyone’s confidence.” Allan was a shining light in a difficult year for the Crows, earning selection in the All-Australian team for the first time, after being named in the club’s leadership group prior to the 2020 season. The 22 year old Millicent native wants to continue developing as a leader with the idea of possibly becoming Adelaide’s next captain down the track. “With your leadership you always want to aspire to continue building on that,” she said. “I’ve been fortunate enough to be in the leadership group last year and I just want to continue learning from the leaders of the group and developing personally with my capabilities. “Hopefully I can just keep building on that and continue being a great leader and a great leader in the defence as well. “I’m more of a leader by

example person. “I’m not the loudest person out there but I think that leading by example is also important. Every leader is different, and they all bring different things to the group.” Allan is a two-time premiership player with the Crows and was awarded the club’s Best Defensive Player in 2018 and she continues to ply her trade thanks to the influence of Peter Caven. “Peter Caven, our defensive coach, has had a big impact playing in that position. He is a wellregarded defender so taking on as much knowledge as I can, and he really does get the best out of me,” Allan said. “So I’m just trying to listen to him and take on all the advice I can. I think that’s shown in my game as well.”

Ashby backs up in style Club champion wins again in stroke competition The women played in a single stroke competition at the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday in conditions that were quite a few degrees cooler than the previous day. The sponsors for Division 1 were the Blue Lake Bar & Bistro and the current club champion Josie Ashby showed she is deserving of the title. Ashby went out on the front nine in fine form with a birdie 2 on the par three second hole after a chipin (ferret) then followed up with pars on the third, fourth and ninth holes giving her 42 gross. Unfortunately the back nine was not quite as clean with only one par on the 15th and a few too many double bogies resulting in 51 gross. A nett 71 was good enough to take the top voucher prize. Geraldine Scott was not far behind taking the runner up voucher with nett 72. Scott’s score card also included a birdie 2 on the par 3 fifth hole finishing with 50 gross. Scott played to her handicap on the back nine with only one bogie and 47 gross. Division 2’s Lyn Annand has missed a few games of golf the last

couple of months but she made up for that playing to her handicap of 32 with splits of 53/51 finishing with nett 72 and has had a reduction in handicap with a couple of good games recently. Runner up in the finals in the Division 2 club championship last week, Carol Megaw was pleased to make amends back in the winner’s circle with 104-31-73. The par 3s on the front nine were kind to Megaw when she parred the second and fifth and the back nine was only one over her handicap. Both received BLGC vouchers. The nearest to the pin second

shot was Dianne Perryman (Div 1) and Beryl Mahoney (Div 2) The novelty event, most accurate fairway drives winner’s were Helen Myers (Div 1) and Carol Megaw (Div 2) The pro-shot on the par 3 fifth hole was won by Geraldine Scott. A reminder that the Blue Lake Golf Club’s presentation night is Friday, November 20. Please ring the club for further information. STROKE COMPETITION: Division 2 winner Lyn Annand, Division 2 runner up Carol Megaw , Division 1 runner up Geraldine Scott and Division 1 winner Josie Ashby


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Dan Day has done it again, standing atop The Legend of the Lakes Hillclimb podium fior the fifth consecutive year. Long time rival Kevin Mackrell was unable to look to return to the winner’s list with border restrictions ensuring the Trarlgon based regular could not attend. COVID-19 restrictions also meant it was basically a fan-free event with no spectators allowed at the bottom of the hill in the pit area. South East Automobile Automobile Club (SEAC) life member Peter Lock was happy to report that the Hill Climb came together without issue. “It exceeded our expectations,” Lock said. “It truly did. We knew we had some obstacles with this COVID thing like the rest of the world does, but we got everything put in place and it ran extremely well and each day the weather got successively better. “The venue was beautiful as always. The Mount Gambier City Council looks after that place exceptionally well and I’m pretty sure they want us back next year. We’ve got our first meeting Thursday to put things in gear for next year.” With most spectators locked out, SEAC livestreamed the event and Lock said it was a huge success and something they would likely continue for future events. “We had some doubts whether it

would work, but it looks like we’ve been pretty successful with that,” Lock said and with more than 11,000 hits a few days ago, the results are undeniable. Despite his main rival Kevin Mackrell being unable to race as he is still in Victoria, Lock believed race winner Dan Day was destined for the top prize. “I guess his main rival from Victoria couldn’t be here, but Dan still had to post the time and he did have a couple of car dramas. It was on stands with the rear diff pulled out,” Lock said. “He didn’t get it handed to him on a plate. In fact, that team had

a couple of dramas with both cars. They worked at it all weekend and it gave them the one-two for the weekend so they earned it. “Dan stated he wasn’t coming to take out any place other than one, so he had to work for it and it was just a little outside the course record, which he holds anyway. “He was only about half a second outside the record.” Lock confirmed the club’s next Hill Climb would take place in February. “We’ll be a running a Hillclimb at Port Mac called the Twin Peaks Hillclimb. Probably the first weekend in February,” he said.

THE MAKING OF A LEGEND: (Above top) Five time Legend of the Lakes winner Dan Day in action; (above inset) the 2020 podium - Kurt Wilson (third); Dan Day (first) & Oscar Matthews (second); (above from left) Mick Argoon & Damien Brand in action at the hill climb. PHOTOS COURTESY OF DARREN ARCHIBALD (TURN8 PHOTOGRAPHY)

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With heavily revised suspension and a new stiffer body and chassis, the entire range is capable of towing up to 3.5-tonnes and constitutes a payload capacity of up to 1320kg (dependent on the model), meaning that it is more than capable of hauling around a heavy load—whether that be for work, or play. With off-roader enthusiasts in mind, Isuzu engineers have improved the All-New D-MAX’s off-road tractability, durability and capability. Isuzu’s proven ‘4x4 Terrain Command’ is faster than ever; shifting into 4x4 modes quickly and seamlessly, with an electromagnetic rear-diff lock as standard ensuring constant traction when off the beaten track. Not only that, its engine air intake has now been conveniently placed to allow the D-MAX to wade through water of up to 800mm, improving its ground clearance with extensive underbody protection—ensuring all of the important components are safe and secure. Backed by an extensive dealership network of over 157 authorised Isuzu UTE outlets, entire All-new D-MAX range also comes with Isuzu’s comprehensive care package, ‘Service Plus 6-7-7’; encompassing a 6 Year Warranty, 7 Years Roadside Assistance and 7 Years Capped Price Servicing— giving you complete peace of mind. The All-New Isuzu D-MAX is available to test drive at Isuzu UTE Dealers now, each equipped as standard with the full suite of standardised safety and driver assistance technologies that has earned its place as one of the safest and most capable vehicles on Australian roads.



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