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Harry Adnam YMCA Junior Parliament Representative. Photo: courtesy of Paula Adnam.

Blaze didn’t stop day By Jewell DRURY


AT A time when most people would be licking their wounds, Murrays Brewing Co have taken a deep breath, dug

HARRY Adnam, a young Soldiers Point teenager, has a bright future ahead of him. Harry was recently chosen to be a youth representative at the YMCA NSW Junior Parliament 2016. This was the third consecutive year of Junior Parliament and it was an incredible time for all those who participated. The YMCA Junior deep and pulled a rabbit out of their hat. They still have a lot of obstacles to overcome after Friday morning’s fire but Murrays are firmly committed to getting the show back on the road as soon as possible. Despite the fire, the staff were committed to a local bride and grooms wedding day as well as creating a temporary wine tasting and

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selling area for the general public Saturday. “We are committed to reopening our restaurant and bar facility area as soon as we are able to rebuild,” Kristin Silva from Murray’s Brewery told Bay News Of The Area. “Yesterday was a first step in many steps to come and we are so thankful for the CONTINUED Page 2


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Murray’s Brewery set to rebuild after devastating fire FROM Page 1 support that we have had from everyone,” Ms Silva said. Emergency Services were called to the well known Port Stephens Winery and Murrays Brewery, in the early hours of last Friday morning (14 October 2016) after a fire swept through severely

damaging one of its buildings, the Cellar Door. This building was completely gutted by the fire. No one was hurt and whilst the fire has been a major setback for the brewing business, forging ahead seems to be the attitude all around. “We still have wine tasting and wine and packaged beer sales

available through our temporary shop,” Ms Silva said. Owner, Murray Howe said he is heartbroken to see what has happened but is very positive for a quick ‘bounce back’ to get everything operating as normal again soon. The staff and owners wish to thank everyone for the community spirit and well wishes

and it is this support that is empowering them to soldier on. The cause of the blaze is still unknown at the time of publication while investigation has been ongoing. Murray’s will remain open in a restricted capacity but will continue to give Bay News Of The Area more updates as they come to hand.

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Severe damage after fire By Jewell DRURY EMERGENCY Services were called to Port Stephens Winery and Murrays Brewery, at Bob’s Farm Port Stephens, in the early hours of Friday morning 14 October 2016, after a fire swept through severely damaging the main building, restaurant and office. The fire affected the area where the functions and wine tasting occur. The building was completely gutted by the fire. “There has been a fire today at Murrays Brewery affecting our cellar door,” Jane Clark, General Manager told Bay News Of The Area. “It’s too early for us to say much except importantly nobody was injured and we are working with emergency services and police to

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assist them the best we can,” Ms Clark said. “Our beer brewing and wholesale business is unaffected and continues to operate as usual.” Fire Services from all over the area assisted

in bringing the blaze under control. Anna Bay, Soldiers Point, Medowie, Fingal Bay and Nelson Bay Fire and Rescue were at the scene. “It’s heartbreaking to see what’s happened,

our bar and cellar door operations area has been devastated,” Murray Howe, owner said. “Our focus is to reopen in some way as soon as possible,” Mr Howe added.

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It is a unique program targeting young people in years 7-9, throughout the state of NSW to take part in the political youth development program. “It was a wonderful opportunity for Harry and other students who are academically minded,” Paula Adnam,Harry’s Mother, told News Of The Area. “During the week, Harry also had the opportunity to attend a

week long camp with the other junior representatives and so it was all very exciting,” Mrs Adnam said. Harry Adnam was school captain at Soldiers Point Primary School and was then chosen to be a student at the Selective Academic School Merewether High. Harry is 14 years of age and is currently in Year 8. To be considered as a youth representative in Junior

Parliament, Harry had to choose two topics from a suggested ten and submit his essays to the panel. Harry chose subjects close to his heart, aged care and mental health. His essay on mental health talked about how important he felt it was to have a subject on mental health included into the school curriculum. Harry recommended that the subject should have it’s own teacher assigned to it. Mental Health issues are so

common today and the young teen believes that having the subject included at school would help diffuse the social stigma that this illness carries. The suggestion obviously impressed the judging panel and four weeks later Harry received notification that he was accepted as one of the candidates. The best is yet to come in this young man’s life and Bay News Of the Area looks forward to keeping abreast of Harry’s upcoming achievements.

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ENTHUSIASTIC Fiddle Muff makers Kerry Fraser, Pamela Martin (AKA Shiner), Rosaline Cox, Patricia Thomson and Katrina Feller are some of the volunteers who met up for coffee at Birubi Beach recently. These ladies are on a roll. “Once I started to receive fabulous feedback for the fiddle muffs, my mission then became to make one for everyone who


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Protests continue against Aquaculture Farm By Jewell DRURY

THE HUON and NSW State Government’s Aquaculture Farm is being met with more protest from individuals as well as tourist operators. Concerned residents and business operator feel there are questions that still have not been

answered. “Why has there not been an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) done on the local marine fauna and the tourism industry that depends on it?” “With 2,137 km of NSW coast line, why put a fish farm in the middle of an operational tourism area?”

Phillip Campey joint owner of Feet First Dive Shop Nelson Bay, told Bay News Of The Area,“This particular area is a migratory path of whales and their calves using Broughton Island as a marker.” “Last Saturday we had 17 sets of mothers and their calves in that area between Cabbage

Tree Island and Broughton Island,” Mr Campey said. This same area supports a huge dolphin population, turtles and blue penguins as well as a seal colony on Cabbage Tree Island. The site is directly adjacent to some of the best dive sites in the area, including Broughton Islands ‘Looking Glass dive site’. “There must be some kind of financial gain to

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A Month Of Sundays THERE are people who believe that you can expand and connect your consciousness through mindfulness and movement and so with this belief, a team of passionate instructors have come together, uniting with The Change Maker Tribe for a not for profit charity event. This month will see the collaboration of Port Stephen’s Yogi’s and Meditation Guru’s

to bring you a month of soul food for your Sundays. Rest, Restore and Flow Yoga and Be Now Meditation begins Sunday 30 October at 8.30am One Mile Beach, One Mile with teachers Aimee Angelique and Tara Lee Scott. $60 will give you the opportunity of 4 classes, 4 weeks and 4 experiences, changing you as you change the world. 9am 6 November Dutchies Beach, Nelson Bay will be the venue for

Earth Grounding Hatha Yoga and Grounding Healing Meditation with teachers Meagan Harrap and Ashlea Lyons. Sunday 4pm 13 October at Medowie Public School Hall will see Power Flow with Gavin Hodges. Sunday 20 November in the Medowie Community Hall, the month concludes with B- Submerge Yin Bliss with instructor, Lisette B teaching. Tara Scott is the Founder and Chief

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Change Warrior of the Change Maker Tribe, a heart centred mother of three. Tara is passionate about “being” the change, creating change and contributing to change within today’s world. “My hope is to bring the importance of self love and acceptance through this event, allowing people to take time out to nurture themselves to create inner change, growth and happiness,” Ms Scott told Bay News Of The Area. “This I believe is potent power and energy that changes the world and then added to the magic of

someone to allow the project to go ahead under an old EIA that was given for a smaller and much older snapper farm many years ago,” Trudie Blackett co owner of Feet First Dive Shop said. “The Huon / DPI farm is in a different location, is a different size and a different fish to the previous Snapper Farm and it is unbelievable that a new EIA wasn’t needed,” Ms Blackett said. Last week a whale was caught in one of the mooring lines in the Huon Aquaculture lease and was videoed and photographed by Imagine Cruise owner Bronny Starling. A spokesman for the DPI strongly denied this claim believing that the whale was entrapped in net lines from another source. Another concern that the protesters have is that this area is prime grey nurse shark territory. “The excess feed and faecal fall out will collect under the pens and be swept into the general area by currents, affecting the water quality, visibility and force dolphins, grey nurse sharks and the other sea mammals to search for food in alternative locations,” Phillip Campey said. this event is that all funds will cause global changes in the lives of the girls who otherwise would not be given the chance of choice and education.” “My aim is to show people that we all have the power within us to change the world and it doesn’t have to be serious or hard work but rather as simple as just showing up to yourself,” Tara Scott said. All money raised from this event will be going towards educating girls in Uganda and Sierra Leone. For more information please go to www.onegirl.

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Each Bag Matters By Mandy ELLIS

HAD plastic bags been discarded in the ocean around 1566, they would only now, in 2016 be breaking up. Four hundred and fifty years, or so, is the time it takes for a plastic bag to break up. That is four or five generations in a human family. This is only the average, as plastic bags can take from 20 to 1000 years to break up. Australia alone uses 6.9 billion plastic bags a year, of which 3.6 billion are plastic shopping bags. If you tied 6.9 billion plastic bags together end on end they would travel around the world 42.5 times. It is also important to note the difference between ‘break up’ and ‘break down’. When the plastic bags break up, they simply break

up into smaller pieces therefore spreading the toxins and making it easier for aquatic life to eat the plastic. Tania Rossiter, of Martinsville, travels weekly to the Bay for scuba diving and to keep an eye on Kelpie the green turtle. Tania was instrumental in the initial rescue of Kelpie and was given the privilege of releasing Kelpie back into the ocean when he had fully recovered after a stint of two months’ recovery at Taronga Zoo Tania is also the founder of Kelpie’s Clean Up, and told News Of The Area, “Every bag you decline makes a massive difference, and we can all make a difference by choices we make daily.” Tania is pro-active when it comes to protecting our environment, which is one reason she created the group.

One aspect of Kelpie’s Clean Up is to encourage the public, especially young people, to be environmentally aware. By encouraging parents and community members to post an image on Kelpie’s facebook page when a piece of rubbish has been removed from the beach, park or ocean they then enter a monthly competition which is supported by local business, who are also passionate about the environment. How empowering to know that by saying no to a plastic bag today, in 2016, we are looking out for our future families in around 2466. You can follow Tania on facebook at Kelpies Clean Up: K e l p i e s - C l e a n Up-1541732126142029/ ?fref=ts

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Dogs are back on track admitted in Parliament last week that the decision to shut down the entire NSW Greyhound Racing Industry had been mistake. “I got it wrong, the Cabinet got it wrong, the Government got it wrong,” he said. “The greyhound industry will be given a last chance, providing it meets the toughest animal welfare and regulation requirements in the country.” Former Premier Morris Iemma will chair a Greyhound Industry Reform Panel that will determine the new regime. The details of reforms are unclear at this stage but could include fewer races and capping the number of dogs breed to 2000. Bulahdelah owner and trainer Mick Worth said

while the local greyhound community are relieved the government have reversed the ban, they are proceeding with caution. “The decision has been made due to political pressure and nothing else,” he said. “Mr Baird was adamant that banning greyhound racing was the right thing to do and under no circumstances could the industry be reformed, but with his leadership now being questioned he’s prepared to backflip.” Mr Worth said as Premier Mike Baird had completed so many backflips in the past week, he should consider taking up gymnastics.

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LOCAL greyhound owners have welcomed the NSW Government’s decision to overturn the ban on Greyhound Racing and give the Industry one last chance. Local greyhound breeder James Saunders said while everyone is relieved that racing will continue, the decision hasn’t taken away any of the anger felt during the past three months. “It was extremely stressful, I’m a breeder predominantly and I couldn’t sell the dogs, couldn’t give them away and compensation wasn’t guaranteed,” he said. “I had no money coming in, a mortgage to pay and dogs to feed, it was pretty cruel what they did to us.” Premier Mike Baird

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By Mandy ELLIS THE local Green Army team have been working their magic along Soldiers Point Road where they are nearing the completion of their latest project. The team of eight, headed by Stacy Mail, have spent a mere three days clearing, constructing and planting an area to encourage koalas to take up residence there rather than risk crossing the busy road. The project is dedicated

to koala habitat restoration and is funded by the Commonwealth Government with Port Stephens Council being the project sponsor. Funding is available until 2018. The project covers from Anna Bay to Soldiers Point with a focus on the Soldiers Point area. Age ranges for the current Green Army team are from 17 to 24 years. “It is nice having a young team, they keep me young and on my toes,” Stacy told

News Of The Area. “For me, my motivation is, doing it for the cause, to see that we have made an impact and made more habitat available for future koalas,” she said. Stacy is very proud of the strong team environment that is built upon supporting and encouraging each other. “Although a previous participant had been successful in securing a higher paid job after he was part of one of the Green Army projects, he returned as he missed the team spirit,” she said. The benefits for young people to participate in the Green Army projects are, training, work experience and knowing they have made a difference. Certificates are awarded for WHS compliance and also for Chemical use. Stacy would like to thank the local residents of Soldiers Point for their support for the planting of koala street food trees. The next project is scheduled for late January 2017, if anyone is interested, please apply online at www. au/green-army/nsw-act

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PORT Stephens Councillors have unanimously endorsed the waiving of development application fees relating to the renovation of the Nelson Bay home of deceased NSW Police Sergeant Geoffrey Richardson. Sergeant Richardson was tragically killed on duty in March this year after a crash during a pursuit in Allandale. The ‘Margi’s House’ project, coordinated by the NSW Police and Channel 9, will see works undertaken on behalf of Sergeant Richardson’s wife, Senior Constable Margaret King, and

the couple’s two sons. The project will be featured in a story to be aired on A Current Affair. “It’s only a small contribution but it’s one I am proud that Council was able to make,” Mayor Bruce MacKenzie said. “I’d personally met Sergeant Richardson on a couple of occasions and he was very dedicated to his work, and by extension to the people of Port Stephens, as all our local Policemen and women are. He was a dedicated, professional officer and his passing was a

tragedy.” “Helping out by waiving development fees is the least we could do to honor Sergeant Richardson and his family. I commend the NSW Police and Channel 9 for their involvement in this wonderful gesture to the Richardson family,” Mayor MacKenzie said. Council agreed to waive all fees and charges for the development application and construction certificate, including undertaking all mandatory inspections.

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SCIENCE Club has been running in Anna Bay since January this year, helping to educate local youngsters.

Originally it began as a vacation activity, but due to demand there are now two weekly sessions. Suellen Wilson runs the club from her exciting

learning lab. A science teacher of 34 years, Suellen decided to change track following a redundancy last year. After taking a new qualification in Preschool Education, she noticed how much the children enjoyed the experiments she was performing in a few local childcare centres. A lightbulb moment followed and Science Club was born! Topics covered recently include: chemical reactions, forensics, consumer science and electronics. Children have also taken part in an astronomy night as well as working with drones and Edison robots. It is an exciting new invention that is Lego compatible and can be programmed. Wednesday night Science Club is for upper primary students whereas Saturday morning is for 4-8 year olds. The younger children have also been doing experiments, as well as insect studies. Taine, age 10, who attends Science Club with his brother, Beau, 12, told News Of The Area, “We love Science Club. We do cool things and learn stuff too.”


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Nelson Bay Rotary Club join forces with Port Stephen’s Women’s Crisis and Support Group (PSWCS) for this wonderful event.

By Jewell DRURY

HERALDED as the social event of the season, Nelson Bay Rotarians invite you to Broughton’s On The Bay Saturday 29 October 11.30 am. A Rotary long lunch will be held at the beautiful Broughton’s On The Bay, overlooking the sparkling waters of the d’Albora Marina. The event is being called ‘Smart Suits and Fabulous Frocks’ and a delicious culinary menu, fine champagne, oysters, Hunter Valley Wines and cheeses will compliment the day. Known for her artistic food flair, we have the pleasure of having Amanda Douglass Catering providing a culinary delight for our main meal. The highlight of the event will be an auction and raffle, with items such as an Oscar De la Renta dress, 4 nights and 5 days in Paris, accommodation for seven people at “Sea Pearl” Corlette, a beachfront home. A magnificent private cruise for 10 people on the

“Hells Bells” a 105ft Yacht in Sydney Harbour is yet another auction item that is set to impress at this exciting fundraising event. Tickets are $100 each with only 200 tickets available. “We have some wonderful donations of prizes to raffle and auction and this day promises to be wonderful,” Judy Mitchell President of the Nelson Bay Rotary Club told Bay News Of The Area. “It is a lovely opportunity to enjoy a beautiful lunch together in a wonderful venue, whilst helping others in our local community,” Ms Mitchell said. This promises to be not only a day with a difference but a day to make a difference in the lives of others. Nelson Bay Rotary Club join forces with Port Stephen’s Women’s Crisis and Support Group (PSWCS) for this wonderful event. The Port Stephen’s Women’s Crisis and Support Group was formed over twenty years ago due to the lack of housing for local women who had suffered


domestic violence. A cottage was kindly donated and a further two


units built later for the use of these women who were in dire need of housing, giving them a time for recovery both financially and psychologically. PSWCS has a DA for three more units to house the growing number of women in need. Only having received a partial funding grant from Community Building Partnerships, there is still a huge need for more finances to get this project to its completion stage. This fundraising event will make a huge contribution to the building of these three units.

Special thanks must be made to Karen Shaw and the hospitality students of Tomaree High School who will make a major contribution to this beautiful day. For more information please ring Judy Mitchell on 0408659605 or email g ra p e s 2 8 @ b i g p o n d . c o m for tickets and further information.

Judi and Robert Mitchell on the beautiful deck of Broughton’s On The Bay. Photo: Jewell Drury

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Port Stephens Probus Club members and Staff at HMRI meet. Photo: Courtesy of Anne Gibson

Probus visits HMRI

HMRI’s work impacts a wide range of health problems to make some of the world’s biggest health challenges a thing of the past.

By Jewell DRURY

THE Probus Club of Port Stephens had a most interesting visit to the Hunter Medical Research Institute Open Day.

A first class and world renowned facility with more than 1400 medical researchers working across Hunter New England Local Health District and the University of Newcastle.

HMRI’s work impacts a wide range of health problems to make some of the world’s biggest health challenges a thing of the past. The many staff on hand were very friendly and

helpful with some dressed as mad scientists which added to the fun element of the day. “The highlight for the group and I was when we sat in on an interesting talk by one of the researchers, in one of the auditoriums about cancer research and another about the importance of nutrition,” Ann Gibson, Probus Publicity Officer told Bay News Of The Area. “It was a lovely day and we were given access to many areas, with staff on hand to

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answer our questions,” Ms Gibson said. “Mark it on the calendar for a great family day out, as it was very interesting, with lots of interactive activities included for all ages,” she said. Probus Club of Port Stephens is a mixed gender club that is all about enjoying the friendship and fellowship of like - minded people. Members get to know other active retirees in the local community.

If you would like to check out this active and friendly Probus Club, you would be very welcome to attend a meeting on the second Thursday of the month, 9.30am at the Nelson Bay Bowling Club or call Pam on 4981 0273. The new Probus website is now available with lots of information: www. probusclubofportstephens. org

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THE SeaSide Singers Community Choir have pleasure in announcing our third bi-annual Choral Festival. This event is held every two years and this year it is on Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October at the Soldiers Point Bowling Club, St Philips Christian School and the Nelson Bay Marina. The theme this year is “Celebrating the Community Choir” and will not only be a showcase for each choir, but a recruitment and training event as well. This is a new and exciting format that explores the issues of what is a community choir and includes discussions on how to develop a choir and also recruit more members. Why not come along and find out? In addition we are very excited to have as our special celebrity guest performers “The Hunter Singers”, a world famous Newcastle based choir conducted by the eminent Ms Kim Sutherland OAM! The workshop and our

Big Sing item with all the choirs singing a previously learnt song together, will be led by Mr Peter Guy, Concert Master of the Newcastle Cathedral. Registration on Saturday will be from 9.30am with the first Workshop starting at 10am. There are two concerts on Saturday 29th – in the afternoon where each choir will presents a set, and a gala evening concert featuring the Hunter Singers along with all choirs. The festival concludes on the Sunday 30th in the morning with an informal concert at the Marina. This event not only draws together other visiting choirs from the North Coast, but is a huge boost to the tourism industry with 4 other choirs and their families staying the weekend. It is also another entertainment opportunity for our loyal audiences to enjoy. It is always hard getting a large audience and the choir puts so much work into presenting an entertaining show for the community and we appreciate your support.

Arranging the Professor OPINION Dear News Of The Area, I WISH to inform News Of The Area that I am in the process of arranging for Professor Cyndi Weickert, one of Australia’s, if not the world’s most eminent brain scientists to visit Port Stephens for the purpose of conducting an open


public forum on the nature of mental illness and the latest scientific research. I have spoken to a number of local community organisations who are all enthusiastic about this event. I was instrumental in the formation and development of the Schizophrenia Research Institute of Australia for which I was awarded the Order of Australia. Since coming to Port Stephens to live upon my retirement, I have become more and more aware of the widespread incidence of mental illness in the area, including suicide. As I was instrumental in bringing Professor Weickert to Australia from the United States to take up the position of Australia’s first Chair of Schizophrenia Research, I have continued to support her cutting edge brain research into mental Please see attached some more information. Much obliged. Diana Souter Musical Director, SeaSide Singers Choir

Professor Cyndi Weickert. illness. I am delighted that she has accepted my invitation to come to Port Stephens to conduct an open public forum on the nature of mental illness and the latest scientific research. Professor Weickert has advised of her availability to stage this event on 12 April 2017 commencing at 6pm, which will be just after she returns from a series of international conferences in March next year where all of the world’s leading brain scientists will be meeting to discuss their research. In the lead up to this event Professor Weickert has agreed to come to Port Stephens on 9 November to meet local community leaders at a reception commencing at 5pm. This event will be a springboard for the success of her visit in April. I am currently negotiating to obtain a venue for both of these events. Don McDonald AM Life Governor Schizophrenia Research Institute Nelson Bay

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It’s in the Bag By Mandy ELLIS

WHAT price do you put on your dignity? What’s In The Bag is an initiative of Share the Dignity, a nationwide volunteer group. The Recycling Centre at Salamander Bay is in its first year as a host for donations for this worthy cause and have a collection point located near the check out. Maret, a representative of the Recycling Centre, told News Of The Area, “For as long as I am working here, I hope we will have this collection point.”

“I was shocked to learn, ladies were reduced to using newspaper as they were forced to choose between food and sanitary products No one should have to make that decision,” she said. The current appeal is for Christmas, and is called It’s in the Bag. This is for donations of handbags, deodorant, lip balm, toothbrush/paste, baby wipes, hair brush, a whistle and sanitary towels. Sanitary towels are available locally from as little as $1.69 for 20 pads. Whilst it is not essential for the handbags to be new,

they do need to be in good condition. The aim for the Christmas appeal is to give ladies a handbag filled with essentials and to ensure they have something for Christmas day – their dignity. The closing date for the appeal is end of November 2016 and donations will be distributed through the Yacaaba centre, Nelson Bay. To help get the ball rolling, the Recycling Centre has donated $100 worth of sanitary towels to this worthy cause. For more information call Salamander Recycling Centre on 4984 6244 or www.

Taste of what’s to come A POPULAR food and wine festival has been resurrected thanks to the Tomaree Business Chamber and the support of business. “Tastes of the Bay is back in 2016,” said Tomaree Business Chamber president Ryan Palmer. Mr Palmer said there was a public outcry when the Festival did not run in 2015 so the Chamber set about reinventing the event to bring people to Nelson Bay’s CBD and waterfront. Mr Palmer has been able to bring Greater Bank on board as major sponsor, and with event co-ordinator Peter Clough, secured the support of Destination NSW, Port Stephens Council and Telstra. The new paper in town, Bay News Of The Area has also come on board as a

sponsor of the event. For the first time, the two day event on 5 and 6 November will be centred on the Nelson Bay CBD as well as the marina. “We want to showcase and provide benefit to the diverse, vibrant business in the Nelson Bay CBD,” Mr Palmer told News Of The Area. “Tastes will showcase the wonderful and delicious food Nelson Bay has to offer with food and wine tastings and great jazz in Magnus and Stockton streets.” “The event also includes a progressive jazz luncheon cruise on Port Stephens, a high tea and cooking demonstrations,” he said. Mr Palmer said the event will be a family affair with the Greater Bank LifeSaver Kids Zone offering jumping castles, face painting, free

showbags and a lolly jar guessing competition. The Chamber is hoping to attract visitors from the rest of the Hunter, Sydney, Midnorth Coast and Central Coast regions. “We are hoping for an attendance of 15,000 or more which will be a great boost to the local business community. The event started in 2001 and is arguably Nelson Bay’s largest annual event. Greater Bank is offering two free double passes to both the jazz cruise and the high tea. To enter visit Greater Bank’s Facebook page. Entry into the event is free with people able to purchase tickets for food and wine tastings. For more information visit tastes


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Crowds enjoying 2014 festival.

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Crowds enjoying 2014 festival.

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Check in and read the signals By Mandy ELLIS LAST week, on 11 October, the day was World Mental Health Day. This is a subject we should all be talking about on a regular basis. We should also think about what we would do if when we ask someone, “Are you ok?” and they were to respond with something concerning like, “I’m feeling awful, I am having thoughts of self-harming,” or something similar. Honest responses like these need to be taken seriously. Keeping lines of communication open will assist the person to feel less alone, valued and heard. Spending time, if possible, in a non-

judgemental way can go a long way to helping someone feel that things can be worked through. Sometimes, verbalising the issue, can bring solutions. Sometimes, a different viewpoint and open discussion can bring solutions. Sometimes, simply being heard can lift the spirits of someone feeling mentally unwell. As per, Beyond Blue’s website, Depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. In Australia, it’s estimated that 45 per cent of people will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime. In any one year, around one million Australian adults have depression, and over two million have anxiety

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There are many triggers for mental health problems, just like there are many triggers and causes for any other health problem. However, when we put mental in front of health people can become judgemental even uncomfortable when told by someone how they are feeling. For those suffering, they may feel embarrassed about feeling the way they do. Removing the stigma from such a topic has been an ongoing issue. There are services throughout Australia with support lines available 24 hours a day. Kids Help Line 1800 55 1800, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Lifeline 13 11 14 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or follow this link www. mentalhealthcommission.





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Bridget Jones’s Baby Fundraiser By Jewell DRURY LAST month saw a turn out of 400 beautiful women to Nelson Bay Cinemas for the second major fundraising event this year. Bridget Jones’s Baby was definitely a huge draw card with the three cinemas packed full of smiling faces in support of this great cause. “It’s a real social function and a great opportunity for the people of the Bay Area to support this great organisation,” Neil Merrin, owner of Nelson Bay Cinema, told News Of The Area. “We had all three cinemas filled to capacity, all running the movie at the same time,” Mr Merrin said. Port Stephens Women’s Cancer Support Group is a Not for Profit support group run by local volunteers to offer support and assistance to women with any form of cancer, and their partners, through every stage of their journey. “Tonight is dedicated

to Sarah Litten whom we lost recently,” Kylie Baker, Treasurer of Port Stephens Women’s Cancer Support Group told News Of The Area. “Sarah was a founding member of our support group and she is greatly loved and missed,” Kylie said. “I have recently seen two beautiful friends lose their battle with cancer, Tui Campbell and Sarah Litten will never be forgotten,” Ms Baker added. Services through the organisations include: transport to treatment in Newcastle, monthly morning teas, house cleaning, lawn mowing, dog walking, child care, wellness days, and other support mechanisms. Monthly morning teas are held at Baroque Coffee House and provide the opportunity for a casual catch up and a way of meeting new friends. The organisation also offer Wellness Days for members held at Thou

Walla Sunset Retreat at Soldiers Point - activities include guest speakers and therapists, provide information, promote healthy lifestyles, maintain a library of wellness books and DVD’s provide wigs, hats and scarfs. With the help of Tomaree Prostate Cancer Support Group the organisation provides transport for patients to and from treatments. With the support of the Cancer Council we provide assistance with house cleaning, lawn mowing, dog walking and child care. The aim for the future is the hope to establish a Wellness Centre in Port Stephens in order to help patients, their families and carers access support and information from trained staff and volunteers. Another goal is to provide access to complementary treatments, access to nutritional advice as well as access to legal and financial support. If you would like to help in anyway please contact Sarah on 0427 676 366 or email at pswcsg@yahoo.

Do you have a heart for fostering? By Jewell DRURY

DO you have a heart for children and families in need? There are many Foster Care organisations in our local region who are currently seeking compassionate individuals, couples and families to become Foster Carers. Foster Carers provide long and short-term care or weekend respite foster care for children and young people who are unable to live with their families. The children who come into the Carers home may present both challenges and opportunities. The challenge is caring for children who have experienced difficult circumstances in their life and may be insecure, frightened

and sometimes angry. If you choose to Foster, the opportunity you will have is to give love, understanding and patience to your Foster child as well as the reward you will receive back from them. There are many Foster Care families living in the Bay Area. You may not recognise them as “Foster Carers” as they appear as normal family units within your schools, sporting and social organisations and workplaces. The Tomaree Peninsular is a beautiful place to bring up children in a safe, slow paced and friendly environment. “I had a friend who used to work for Life Without Barriers a Foster Care Organisation, and she asked

me what I would like to do now that my children had grown up?” Donna Olive, Foster Carer of Anna Bay, told Bay News Of The Area. “I told her that I loved being a Mum and that it seemed to come natural to me. I told her that it was a shame that being a Mum wasn’t a real job.” “It was then that she told me about Foster Care. As she spoke, I became more and more excited and wanted to know more.” “The following year, I began fostering. That was seven years ago and now three children later, I have never looked back.” “I love making a home for the children that have been placed in my care and I receive so much more back from them in return,” Donna said. Contact any of the Foster Care Organisations across the Hunter Region for more details.

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Dance group looking for new groovers IF you have a love of music and have always wanted to try dancing, then Soldiers Point may just have the group for you. Their dance group, catering to all levels of ability and experience, is a non-profit group that meets weekly at Soldiers Point Bowling Club. The Soldiers Point New Vogue and Old Time Dance group are a fun-loving group of dancers, and they are always welcoming to new members. The music manager of the dance group, Lionel Fines, told News Of The Area, “We were so pleased to see the first edition of your new

paper, and immediately thought it would be apt to help us to get the word out about our dance group, and spark some interest with some new members.” The New Vogue and Old Time Dance Group meet Thursday Nights from 7.00pm in room generously provided by Soldiers Point Bowling Club. Their normal meeting comprises a half hour practice session followed by an evening of dancing. Interested people may contact the dance groups Social Director, Jeannette on 0405383164.


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Challenging conditions didn’t affect performance By Jewell DRURY BIRUBI Point Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) hosted another successful Hunter Branch Surf Life Saving Carnival on Saturday. Despite challenging surf conditions, all competitors did well. “Birubi had 13 competitors, competing in ages from Under 11’s to open,” Samantha Faragher Birubi Point SLSC Youth coordinator told Bay News Of The Area. “We had competitions including ocean swim, board race, Ironperson, beach sprints and flags for all ages,” Ms Faragher said. The club wished to thank to all those intrepid volunteers from Birubi Point, Hunter Branch Clubs and Hunter Branch who were hard at work from 6am Saturday morning ensuring


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THE Blind Draw Fours are under way, with finals to be played on Thursday 20th October. Ann Murray and Kerry McFadden, from our Club, have been chosen by District to play in the Rose Bowl, against Central Coast, at Kotara Bowling Club on the 11th November, in a team of four.

Well done girls. On Sunday 23rd October at Fingal Bowling Club, we are holding a learn to “Bowl Open Day”. Starting at 9.30am, a social game of bowls, and sausage sizzle. Come along and enjoy, but please bring your own flat soled shoes or socks - bowls will be supplied. Club Consistency Final has now been played with winner being Claudia Perrine, runner up Pauline Myers.


weekend up and down the coast of Australia. Birubi Point SLSC is a part of the Hunter Branch and is always looking for volunteers. Contact the club for more details on 02 49819944.

Competitors ready for the board race at Birubi Beach on Saturday morning. Photo: Birubi Point SLSC

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everything ran as planned. “Without such amazing support, we just couldn’t hold a carnival, we very much value the time and amazing effort of everyone involved,” Samantha Faragher said. There is a surf carnival on every

Congratulations girls on a good game. An open learn to Bowl Day is to be held on Sunday 23rd October, starting at 9.30 am, by Fingal Bay Ladies, enjoy a social fun game, morning tea and sausage sizzle. Bowls will be supplied, flat shoes or socks can be worn, all welcome come along and enjoy a good day. Phone Fingal Bay Club to book.

feedback, this has been a huge success,” Indianna said. Johnnie Keith, 22 of Blue Bay, Central Coast, won the Open Men’s Finals, and said, “The start of the year I didn’t do very good.” “This, though is a good starter for next year, and the prize money is a bonus to top it off and to help pay for future comps.” Johnnie, would also like to thank his sponsor Slimes and Indianna for running the events. Indianna is keen to acknowledge the sponsors, who she said, “Without their

support, we could not do this event and the prize money really makes a huge difference to the competitors.” Therefore, Indianna would like to acknowledge the generous support of

Kaos Surf, Vissla, Ocean and Earth, Salamander Bay Shopping Centre and Telstra Salamander Bay. Look out for future events and information on Surfarama’s facebook page.

Horizons Golf Results GOLF Horizons Golf Club By Greg RAMSEY Horizons Saturday Competition Stableford Mens Winner Darren Lancaster 41

Mens R/Up Greg Shield 38c/b Mens NTP Paul Starr Ladies Winner Denise Yeo 35 c/b Ladies R/Up Deirdre Brander 35 Ladies NTP Deirdre Brander

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HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK: The Men’s Matchplay finals were played last Saturday, with two of the matches going to extra holes. Will Semmens is the A Grade Champion, defeating James Marshall on the 4th extra hole. B Grade Champion is Danny Petith, with a 1UP victory over Dudley Herbert. The C Grade Champion is Gary Walker who defeated Brenton Bradford on the 2nd extra hole. In another win for the over 80s,

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CrossworD solution no. 17561


ClassiC sudoku


Explorawords 1. In a nutshell. 2. Multipurpose.



stEpdowns Denials, sailed, dials, lads, sad, as, s.


palindromE puzzlE A car, a man, a maraca.


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Down 1 Perpendicular 2 Plunders 4 Sprightly 5 Abate 6 Employer 9 Particle 11 Mould 13 Stupor 14 Ornamental vases 16 Senior 17 Make eyes at 18 Sal 20 Most weird 22 Article 24 Ingenuous 25 Slumber 27 Summit 28 Stupefy

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17561 Crossword Goldstar

9 5 1 6 3 2 8 7 4

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BAY Puzzles

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Goldstar Crossword across: 3. Oboe, 7. Chalk, 8. Also, 9. Ails, 10. Detests, 12. Ecru, 15. Choke, 18. Seam, 19. Lemon, 21. Grasp, 22. Idea, 23. Enter, 26. Eats, 29. Aerials, 30. Trim, 31. Zebu, 32. Asses, 33. Need. down: 1. Sheer, 2. Fleeces, 4. Brisk, 5. Ease, 6. User, 9. Atom, 11. Shape, 13. Coma, 14. Urns, 16. Elder, 17. Ogle, 18. Salt, 20. Eeriest, 22. Item, 24. Naive, 25. Sleep, 27. Apex, 28. Stun.


Warren Diemar, big brother of Club Harding A GRADE: Ross   37; MENS   Lalor 33; B GRADE: Robert Castle Patron Brian Diemar, beat over 200    other members on Wednesday with 39; C GRADE: Peter Dundas-Smith 42. an incredible 45 stableford points. The Ladies Club Championships TUESDAY 11 OCT have reached the halfway stage, with LADIES: Round 1 Ladies Club    all three divisions hotly contested. Championships: DIV 1 SCRATCH: The 1st round of  the Twilight Jenny Frost 80, Ronnie Shaw 89 3; DIV 2 SCRATCH: Di McLean Series will be held at 4.15 pm on Thursday 27 October. Non-members 95, Chris Ledingham 96, DIV 3 and social players welcome. Official SCRATCH: Janice Ingleton 104, Golf Handicap not required. For Simonne Irvine 105; DIV 1 NETT: enquiries ring the Pro shop on Jenny Frost 73, Fran Giudes 73; DIV 2 NETT: Chris Ledingham 49812073. SUNDAY 9 OCT: LADIES DIV 1: 70, Di McLean 72; DIV 3 NETT: Judy Schulz 40, Julie Newsham 35; Simonne Irvine 68, Janice Ingleton DIV 2: Rosalie Derrick 40, Margaret 71. LADIES STABLEFORD: Jeanette

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Jane Foster 112; DIV 1 NETT: McClymont 38, Anne Peterson 37 WEDNESDAY 12 OCT MEN: Lorraine Ramsey 75, Mary  Reisch 76: DIV 2 NETT: Rhona GYMEA LILY A GRADE: Max Pride  39, Peter  Carter 39; B GRADE: Birss 74, Elsie Flannagan 76; DIV Dave Flatt 43, Ian Warrington 42; 3 NETT: Janice Ingleton 75, Ina  Bombardiere 78 C GRADE: Warren Diemar 45, Ian Pfennigwerth 42; GOLDEN BALL: FRIDAY 14    OCT : LADIES STABLEFORD: Glenda Hendricks Alan Bentley, Ian Pfennigwerth,   45. XMAS  Kevin O’Shea, Col Couper 36, Victoria Poole  36; MENS A BUSH A GRADE: Daryl McAuliffe GRADE: David Rann 38, Niel      Bowling 37; B GRADE: Mike 38, Chris Drake 37; B GRADE: Lance Bartlett 40, Simon Wilkinson Coghlan 38, Geoff Brown 38; C    GRADE: John Evans 38, Theo 39; C GRADE: Danny Marmo 42,  David  Blanch 40. GOLDEN BALL: Rutten 38 Alan Mundey, Milton Haines, Bob SATURDAY 15 OCT: PRESIDENT’S v CAPTAIN’S Lawson 43. THURSDAY 13 OCT MATCHPLAY: CAPTAIN’S TEAM LADIES: Round 2 Ladies Club 58 matches df PRESIDENT’S Championships. DIV 1 SCRATCH: TEAM 44 matches. MENS Lorraine Ramsey 87, Ronnie Shaw MATCHPLAY CHAMPIONSHIPS: 87; DIV 2 SCRATCH: Nola Brown Results in Highlights section 100, Julie Partridge 102; DIV 3 above. LADIES SATURDAY: Julie Walker 34. SCRATCH: Janice Ingleton 107,





Charles Alexander Passed away 8.10.2016 Aged 87 years Late of Tea Gardens Formerly of Kogarah Originally from London. Beloved husband of AGNES Relatives and friends of CHARLES are respectfully advised his Private Funeral Service took place in Raymond Terrace on Friday 14.10.2016 in accordance with his wishes.

Notices Garage Sale

For Sale

For Sale


CONTENTS clearance Entire Unit, 23 Magnus Street Nelson Bay, Sat-Sun. 22-23 Oct, 9 – 5. Incl. Modular Lounge, Recliner Chair, 2 Dining Settings, Bedroom Furniture, Coffee/ Games tables, Office Furniture, Artworks, Rugs, Electrical, Kitchenware, Crockery, Cutlery, Linen. Enquiries 0416 884 159

CDs All new $0.50 each. mainly country. View or pick up Fern Bay. 0418 689 818

QUEEN size bed haead wood. Exc cond. $50. 4981 7523

HOUSEHOLD goods. Bedside Cabinet 3 draw $10, single roll away bed/mattress $10, and outdoor table seats 6 and 4 chairs (free) Ph 0455 682 000.

MOVING sale on Sunday 23 Oct. 9-2pm. no early callers. 6 Margaret St Hawks Nest.

For Sale

8 SEAT dining table

Found FOUND Medowie Rd on Federation Dr roundabout. 3 Keys on Silver Clip...Master/ Abus/BMB Sunday 16/10/16. Phone 49829332

1400cm square, 8 seats all cushioned, 1 with small tear. Solid wood, great condition $250. Ph 0431 879857

ABC Baby Cot only with fittings. White in colour. Good condition. $50.00. Call 0405327934

Lost BLACK remote flipout Holden car key lost at Ayres Rock Roadhouse on Sunday 18 September. Please call Susan 0400525838. Reward offered.

Wanted to buy SUZUKI Grand Vitara, V6, 4X4, Auto, around 160000klms Contact John 4997 1270

BEAN inflatable workout device, includes pump, DVD 6 workouts, Weight loss and body shaping guide book. Cost $40. 4997 9212 BARGIN cdining setting7 peice. glss top, & blck wrought iron frame, very solid, $130. 49844557

BED ensemble, as new $300. 2 seater lounge, VGC $80. WANTED Small 4WD Tel: 02 4981 4454 for beach finshing. Cash paid. Ph Ian BED single, matress & base $25. 0439 755 128 49844557

WANTED, tradesman to build a wood fire pizza oven in the Pindimar area, ring Jim on 0466 430 109

Garage Sale SAT 22 and Sun 23 October – from 8.00am. 9 Thompson Place, Nelson Bay. Items for sale are: Sofa Bed, Dining Chairs, Hallway Stand, Upside down fridge, Nest Tables, Wooden stand towel rack, dining lounge, solid wood bar set with 3 stools + brick and brack all in excellent condition COMBINED Garage Sale. Unit 19/9 Travelly St, Nelson Bay. Camping gear, furniture, and lots of everything. Sat 22nd.

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BIKES Typhoon-Holstar,

endora series Shimano breaks. Female Bike Odyssey-Southerncross 18 speed Shimano breaks. Ph 0410 329 870.

CHILDCARE folding cot, with extra mattress, excellent condition $50, 0249829334 FOLDING bed single. with cl;ean matress $20 Ph 4982 2335 FOLDING Table 1800 x 750 x 750 Blow Mould design. Suitable for indoor/outdoor use. As new. $50.00 Ph: 0405327934

FRIDGE/FREEZER LG 234L. $200. 3 drawer filing cabinet, beige, both gd cond. $50. 0418 436 856

GIANT Three Racing Bike full carbon, mens meduim, like new cond, bargin, $800 Paul 0414690791. GOLF clubs. two callaways rescue clubs, Diablo edge, 3 woods. 20deg big bertha heavenwood. vg cond. new $300 sell for $70 each. 0400193758

GUITAR Ibanez AS153. Brand new. Professional Semi Accoustic. $1,350. 0413046858 IBANEZ Electric Guitar. Hollow body. AK-80. LD As new.$700ono. with SO hard case. Phone 0419212863. CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area Or (02) 4983 2134


less portable grill, D OL $45 ono. elec. S New Ph:49972442.

SAFE n Sound. Baby car capsule, exc cond, $40. 4981 7523 SHELLEY tea set (15 piece) best offer over $500. Shelley Coffee set (15 piece), best offer over $350. (Old Ireland) 49844557 SOFA bed, plush, black, one year old, bed used only once, $300 Ph 0427 204 450

TWO 2-seater lounges $50 each, variety of cussions from $1 to $5. Cast iron plant stand 3 teired $80, Ph 49828787. TWO Queen Size dooner cover sets, exc cond 1 black & white, 1 purple & maroon $30 ea. ph 49972258.

CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area Or (02) 4983 2134 TIMBER desk 1500 x 900mm & adjustable chair $60. 2 cupboards 2mx1m glass shelves & glass leadlight doors $120 for pair. Galv builders barrow $70 Phone 0429 671 948

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Tomaree Neighbourhood Centre

PART TIME Hire car driver wanted. Must live in Tea Gdns Hawks Nest area. Suit retired person. 0408 667 951

Rambler Trailer Sailer 18 ft with 6HP Yamaha outborad motor (almost new). Ph 0410 329 870.


KAWASAKI 550 Jet Ski, Stand up, $999 0403 684110

Would like to invite members and guests to attend our Annual General Meeting Thursday 20th October 1.30pm at The Tomaree Library and Community Centre in the Waratah For more info please phone 02 49846220 Light Refreshments will be provided. Place your ad in next edition.

Position Vacant

We are looking for reliable, well presented and enthusiastic people to work in our Hotel over the very busy holiday period.We need Kitchen, Bistro & Bar staff. Send your resume to: teagardenshotelmotel or drop it into the hotel


Motel in Karuah is seeking motivated and willing cleaners to work between 1 and 4 hours on any given day. Jobs may include servicing and cleaning rooms, making beds, dishes, laundry. Applicants must be versatile, reliable and willing to work on weekends if needed. ABN is preferred but not necessary. Please drop your resume in to Karuah Gardens Motel and see Damien or Lisa.

Position Vacant


Established national Internet Service Provider opening new office in Hawks Nest currently seeking staff to join our dynamic team. Following positions available full time or part time: Customer Service - Sales Consultant Customer Service - Technical Support /Help Desk Consultant Web Master/Full Stack Developer Forward Applications to:


PRIDE Playmate 40hp. $1200. No rego. 0403684110 49971651 CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area Or (02) 4983 2134 STACER boat $5,000, Good condition. Ph 0414433262

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SHORT ORDER COOK OR 4th YEAR APPRENTICE CHEF WANTED for a permanent/part-time position. We are looking for a hard working, highly motivated person to join the team at Mumm's on the Myall in Tea Gardens. The successful person MUST have experience with: ~ Take away or short order cooking ~ Ideally a minimum of 2 years experience ~ or a 4th year apprentice would suit this position. Above award wages will be offered to the successful applicant. Contact Ross on 0414 637 191 or email your resume to Jenna at Previous applicants need not apply.

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Part-time freelance Job Recruiting Now & Immediate Start !!! Select your hours & days of work !!! Rate: $470 weekly & many additional benefits. uFlexible hours & freedom to work at your own pace. Job Description: uResearch udata gathering uOpinions & Insights. Job Specification: uNo qualification & No fee required uOrganized, professional & motivated. uAbility to work using initiative & being part of a team. For more info, Contact David


LARGE two door stainless steel LG fridge freezer with ice maker.Ph 0418665 511

Hawks Nest First National Real Estate is currently looking for Property Officers to join their team.

BROTHER Sewing Machine – Model 250e in very good cond. $85 ono. PH: 49972442

PIANOLA ROLLS, many titles old and new. Large $20 each Medium $15 each. Singles $10 each. Ring 4997 0051 for list.

Ideal Candidates will have had experience in property management and have excellent people skills. They will also have had some accounts experience, be selfmotivated and possess time management skills; also hold a current drivers licence. Some weekend work is required.

CAMERA tripod, telescopic, Weifeng, never used, in-built level, $50 4981 7523

PORTABLE 3 burner bbq. Good condition. $50.00. Phone 0429 009 887

CASTROL Edge Ski Jacket,. Brand new. Size M. Male or female. $70. 49972442

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To become a part of a successful team of Real Estate professionals, please forward your application with supporting resume by 20th October 2016 to: P.O. Box 49 Hawks Nest NSW 2324 or email to vacancy@ Enquiries should be directed to Mick Rumble 0249970262.

Visitor Services Assistant • Great Lakes Area • Clerk Grade Scale 1-2 • Casual (14 roles available up to 12 months) Duties: Operates the visitor entry facilities that provide access to the National Park areas. Collects park use fees and issues the appropriate day use tickets or Annual Pass. Promotes Department activities and the sale of the National Parks Annual Passes and provides information to visitors on facilities, services and activities available within the area. Performs park (compliance) patrol duties. Total Remuneration package: $32.94 – $35.80 ph plus applicable casual loadings and employer contributions to superannuation scheme loading.




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Grandcruiser 21.5ft fibreglass caravan $47,000, shower, toilet, washing machine, solar. Near new tyres, batteries and charger plus brakes. exc/cond. Tea Gardens 49970367

2010 Jayco Sterling 21.65-3 caravan, in as new cond, front leather lounge, 190Lt 2-door fridge, oven, microwave, water fitler, slide-out queen bed, full ens incl wash mach, rollout awn, solar, wineguard arial & TV. Non smoking original owners. Ready for any advertures. $45,000 Ring 02 49 828 321 A-VAN pop-top 2005 16ft 6in. Twin beds. Many extras. Always been garaged. One owner only. Very good condition. $16,000 Price dropped must sell. Shoal Bay. 0419176882.

2003 Audi convertable. Auto. No rego. Runs well. Damaged interior. $7000 Ph 0412194099 2007 Subaru Forester 147,500kms, Auto, Rego Oct16, Well D maint, Good condition, OL S Leather inter, $9850 ono, CWO11X, ALFA Romeo GTV Spider “Duetto” Convertable 2001, Books, 153,400K, 4/17 rego. Black VG condition. 5 speed A/C $7000 ono, 0407145366 FALCON wagon 2007 Rego Dec 16 190,000 km,$4,500. Ph 4981 1596 FORD Ranger XLT 2007 4 x 4 dual cab, canopy 10/17 rego, 3 litre turbo/ diesel, 127500K. All towing gear, excellent cond. $20,000 ono, 0407145366 MAZDA 3 Sedan 2010 As new condition 29,500 Klms. Reg 9/2017. Lots of extras. Sell, due health reasons. $13,000 CORLETTE. 0417 224 017 PRADO 1996 $7,000, Ph 0414433262

TOYOTA Echo 2002

model, 3 door hatch, 127000kms, auto, rego til 11/2016, $4000, YGZ767, Ph 49977174


Cressida, Grande 1992,Auto, Rego 2/17, in very good cond. 265,000klms. $2300ono. Ph: 49972442

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Timber & Laminate, Carpet, Vinyl, Rugs, Bamboo Huge Warehouse - 100’s rolls in stock FREE measure & QUOTE - Call Ian Doherty today

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2007 Coromal XL511 Poptop, Elec brakes, A/C S/Axle, Full Annex + extras V.G. Cond $18750 ono onto PH: Brendon 0427110130.




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2007 Retreat Linderman 20foot. 11 months rego. with extras. P.O.A. Ph 4997 2017

top 2002, 17ft, single beds, elec brakes, aluminium frame and fully insulated, roll out awning. Easy to Tow. $15,400 neg Ph: 49823878 0411447885.

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2002 Coromal 505 Mirage series pop top full anex a/c single bed, dual axels, elec brakes, galv chasis, many extras, always garaged, suit new van buyer, $19500 ono 0438217821

MILLARD Caravan twin beds 2000 $12,999, Ph 0414433262




2001 Coromal excel 505. pop top 9/17 reg a/c dbl. bed vg cond $15750. 0429787822

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Surfarama Up

By Mandy ELLIS INDIANNA Green, Event Manager for the 2016 Surfarama could not be more pleased with the attendance today at Birubi beach for the final leg of the Surfarama series. The Surfarama is a surf competition series that has the objective to help young amateur surfers fulfil their surfing career. This is done through prize money. The Port Stephens Surfarama presented by Kao s Surf and Vissla is the fourth and final Surfarama event this year. It has been confirmed that there will be 6 Surfarama events in 2017. “Based on the comments and

q Finalists at Surfarama 2016. Molly Picklum, Alysse Cooper, Jamie Thomsom, Johnnie Keith, Aiden Lewand-Parsons and in front Oscar Salt. Photo: Square Shoe Photography


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