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THE recent death of a fourteen year old girl known as ‘Dolly’, who took her own life after years of bullying, has thrust the issue of bullying and mental health amongst young people once again into the spotlight, and in the spotlight is where it should remain. In 2016, suicide was the leading cause of death of children between five and seventeen, In Indigenous communities, the rates are also alarming, and not widely publicised. As a community, and as a nation, we must take action, Laura Francke, Principal Psychologist at Port Stephens Clinical Psychology Services, told News Of The Area, “Children who experience bullying experience significant disadvantages and poorer outcomes across a wide range of areas.” “While most children experience some form of low level teasing during their school years, when this is pervasive it impacts on academic and social wellbeing and in its more severe

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MRS Galaxy Australia 2017 is preparing to hand over her crown after a wonderfully busy year of reign. Emilie-rae Hardes, wife and mother of two from Tanilba Bay, has been the Mrs Galaxy Australia for 2017 and participated in a wide variety of community and fundraising events. From countless charity events and fundraising endeavours through to Ambassador roles, VIP events and balls, Emilie-rae’s year has been run at full speed from start to finish. She told News Of The Area, “The highlight of this whole experience was being able to meet so many different people from all walks of life.” “The appearance that touched me the most was spending Mother’s Day at a local nursing home.” “Honorable mention must also go to my day getting back on a surfboard to compete in the ‘tubes for boobs’ competition,” she said. Emilie-rae is sad to see the end of her reign, but also excited for the next step in her life. She has good reason to be excited, telling News Of The Area that she is 25 weeks pregnant with her third child, a miracle baby to be born into her family. Emilie-rae said, “My husband has an autoimmune disease, and when I was pregnant

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Questions of buses answered

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A NEW school year has brought possible new problems for Medowie high school students travelling to Irrawang High School by bus. Against the backdrop of demands by local residents for a local high school for local students that has been going on for decades, this latest concern is no comfort to those who have already expressed their need for a Medowie-based high school. Recent questions have been asked, if there are sufficient buses available for Medowie students travelling to Irrawang. Member for Port Stephens,

Ms Kate Washington told News Of The Area, “The beginning of the school year has been a complete fiasco for these families and students.” Parents have stated that their children have had to wait an additional 40 minutes for a service bus to arrive to take them to school, others have had to wait for over an hour, and others still have been told they cannot be driven to their designated bus stop due to overcrowding. “Parents should have confidence that their children are being transported to school safely. We should never have a scenario where more than 30 kids can’t get on a school bus.” A spokesperson from

Hunter Valley Buses told News Of The Area, “There is adequate capacity on the buses currently servicing the Medowie-Raymond Terrace routes.” “In the mornings there are four buses travelling

the school route a few minutes apart with two more following at a later time.” “However, there have been some issues relating to students trying to crowd onto slightly earlier buses in the mornings and an earlier

school finishing time on Wednesdays.” “To relieve this situation in the morning a crowded bus has been stopped, and some students have been asked to transfer to one of the other buses.”

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displaying the R & R ad, and hand them into the office. The participating schools so far are; Medowie Christian

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Primary, Booral Primary Stroud Primary and Stroud Road Primary Principal of R & R Property, Denise Haynes told News Of The Area, “We chose to help the schools because we know that they are always struggling financially and sometimes that can fall back onto the parents.” “The Collect and Win campaign is just another way for us to give support to the community.” Participating schools are in the running to win $1000 from R & R Property. They can spend this on educational and sporting equipment of their choice. Denise said, “I’ve discussed it with the schools & I know from doing so that they already have goals to purchase items this year.” “They’ve indicated that the money would be a huge help for them to achieve those targets.” R & R Property realise

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“On Wednesdays, Irrawang High School finishes earlier than usual at 2.30pm rather than 3pm.” “This has a flow-on impact on how buses are allocated for school and normal routes.” that families are generally time poor, so they want to make the competition as quick and easy as possible. Denise said, “After some serious consideration, we came up with the fact that everybody has to grocery shop at some point and we’d make it that all that the families will have to do is to collect our R & R Property. advertisements on the back of their shopping dockets.” “We advertise on the reverse of the Woollies & Big W receipts, so when you go shopping at Woolworths Medowie and Raymond Terrace or Big W Raymond Terrace, always check the back.” The great thing is that Parents, Grandparents and Friends can help out with the collecting, so recruit them all. The first participating school to collect 200 of our advertisements and to notify us will be the winners of the $1000. You can check if your school is participating on www.collectandwin.com.au

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Dear Jasminda, I work from home and I find I keep getting distracted by day-to-day life. Any suggestions? Mr JU, Tea Gardens

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form can lead to serious mental health implications including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, school refusal and in some cases suicidality.” Whilst we often hear the comments ‘we didn’t see this coming’ when a young person takes their life, Laura explains there are some signs parents and caregivers can keep an eye out for. “Children generally either internalise or external use their inner turmoil.” “Internalising children may become withdrawn, anxious or sadder than usual and may experience somatic complaints such as stomach and headaches.” “Children who externalise may show increased aggression, problems regulating their behaviour or targeting of peers or siblings who are ‘weaker’ than them.” With this modern technological age, social media and the increase of young people having access to technological devices means that children who are experiencing bullying literally can often find no reprieve, with the online world giving bullies

“Remembering as parents our words create their inner voice, we need to instill confidence in our children and a directly teach them to be assertive to anyone treating them disrespectfully.” “Children do not have the developmental capacity to self regulate when using social media and as parents it is our responsibility to keep their world as safe as possible as they learn these skills,” Laura added. “Setting clear rules about device usage that maintains parental supervision is key to protecting children till they have the maturity to handle these situations.”

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a sense of invincibility and false bravado. Lauren said, “In addition, the severity of bullying appears to have increased as children no longer need to face the response of their victim or accountability to their peers as they are in a private space with no immediate consequence to their actions.” There are some important things that parents can do to try and protect young people in these situations. “Children need to develop a capacity to manage bullying with strength and resilience, by teaching them to disengage immediately from anyone behaving aggressively to them - a crucial life skill,” says Laura.

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It is easy to get distracted. Back in the day when we worked from home and used word processors, our distractions were perhaps clouds flitting across the sky, or a magpie warbling, or the postie delivering our mail. Now, the Internet has changed things. Say, during your morning tea break, you decide to check what is going on in your friends’ lives. You scroll through and someone likes a memory of your kids and they send you a message about the time you dined together in Austria. You ‘like’ this message, but that seems dismissive, so you write a couple of sentences about the amazing schnitzels. You add an emoji, then another, and another. They respond with another message. You give them the ‘thumbs up’ emoji which means, the conversation is over. They give you a ‘thumbs up’ emoji and you realise you should send them a link about Internet protocol. You are about to log off, when you spot a video of a guy using a device called a Beard Bro, and even though you don’t have a beard or a bro, you decide to watch it. Now your tea is cold. Next your eyes swivel to an adorable video of a panda eating a carrot. You watch it twice. It’s very cute. You think about how much you’d like to own a panda. Knowing that is impossible, you think about how much you’d like to eat a carrot. You head to the fridge. Just above the carrots is half a Tiramisu. You take a spoonful. Then another. You take the whole packet out of the fridge and eat straight from the container (you can do that when you don’t have work colleagues). Returning to the Internet, you look up diets for people who eat Tiramisu when they should be eating carrots. Instead you come across a video of a man trying to teach his Labrador pup how to walk down stairs. You think about how much you’d like a Labrador. You feel bad about having these thoughts when your faithful cattle dog is at your feet. You take him for a walk. Mr JU, I think you should work in the library. Or disconnect your Internet. Or get a job as a teacher or a nurse or a paramedic. They don’t have time for this nonsense. Carpe diem, Jasminda.

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Markets support Sailability By Rachael VAUGHAN

PUT these dates down in your diary and get down to sponsor local businesses and stalls at this year’s dates for their Markets at the Rectory. This fun, local artisan officially Markets at the Rectory came about after Raymond Terrace Bowling Club purchased the Old Rectory at 48 Sturgeon Street, Raymond Terrace. Market organiser Adam Nicholas told News Of The Area, “The Markets were running down at the Riverside in Raymond Terrace, and now that we are at the Rectory we can start supporting charities” “Last year was our first year and we managed to raise about $1800.00 for the Riding For Disabled Raymond Terrace.” This year, the Markets at the Rectory committee have chosen charity the charity Saliability Port Stephens who are located on Medowie Road

on the side of Grahamstown Dam. The Markets are to support local little entrepreneurs in their endeavour to sell the products. Adam said, “A large percentage of the money raised from stall sites combined with the raffles also goes to the charity as well.” “The items raffled off are generously donated by the stall holders and placed into a washing basket which is donated from Woolworths Marketplace.” If other business would like to donate or support this event please get in contact with Adam whose details are below.” This year, Markets at the Rectory will be running every second month from 25 February 2018 from 10am till 2pm.

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Premier rounds for Medowie in 2018

Tilly Social Golf GOLF Tilligerry Social Golf Club By Margaret McKAY Tilligerry Social Golf Club results 9/2/2018 Outright winner. Ed Martin. 42 Runner up. John Woolley. 37 c/b Bonus points winner. Daryl Caddy Runner up. Hugh Potts

q Josh Walker and Michelle Smith from Port Stephens Toyota, with Medowie Rugby President Dwayne Murphy. the 2018 season. Dwayne said, “There was a lot of support from locals who came to watch the best rugby available in the

Hunter, in their hometown.” “With a lot of old heads venturing out for the day, it was good to see.” Medowie will host two

premier rounds again in the 2018 season, with a few added attractions this year to be announced as well.

9 Ball winners. Ron McKay, Mark Skidmore, Jack Johnstone, Laurie Porter-Smith, Barry Disch, Bob Cook, Bill McMaster, Brian Riddell, Matt Baldwin. Bradman Award. Michael Blake

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NTP4th. (A). (B). Daryl Caddy D&C7th. (A). G. Harris. (B). Daryl Caddy D&C18th. (A). J. Johnstone. (B). L. Porter-Smith Money hole. (A). Hugh Potts. (B). John Woolley Lucky number 44. G. Harris 28 starters with 2 ladies. Congratulations to all the winners. Our two ladies today Margaret Gale and Margaret McKay received a ball each. We send good wishes to Peter Hill and wish him a speedy recovery, thank you to Barry Gale for taking over the Treasurers job until Peter’s return. Next game 16th February Par event.

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AFTER a recent meeting with Newcastle Hunter Rugby Union (NHRU) General Manager Andy Fairfull, Medowie will be playing in the premier Division again in 2018, honouring a MOU with Nelson Bay Gropers as a supporting team. The main focus of the meeting was around timing of matches in 2017 . The meeting was fruitful, with the NHRU open to Medowie’s concerns. President of Medowie Rugby, Dwayne Murphy told News Of The Area, “There was some give and take during the meeting, but the end result was reached which suited both parties involved and has the support of NHRU in the venture.” “The premier games held at Boyd oval in 2017 proved to be at great success on for the club on the day and the community of Medowie.” From the outcome of one of the primers days the Club was approached by Port Stephens Toyota about supporting the Club and have since became the Clubs major sponsors in

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Medowie Public School Kindergarten parent Manda Green told News Of The Area, “Our daughter Eleanor has had a great start to kindergarten and we couldn’t be happier.” “There were no tears from anyone, which was great.” Irrawang Public School Kindergarten parent Sharon Castles said her son Thomas, “Loved getting up and getting ready for school each day, he’s made a new friend already and is really enjoying it despite a few tears on the first day.” Jasmin Charles, who sent her son to Bobs Farm Public School last week, told News Of The Area, “It is such a great little school, I can’t even stress how amazing it has been.” Jewell Drury, long-time St Philips Christian College parent, told News Of The Area, “Destiny loves kindergarten and wears a big smile on her face everyday.” “She is number eight of my children to attend St Philips and we couldn’t be

happier.” “Destiny is very shy and softly spoken so the small nurturing environment and small classes have really helped with her transition to big school,” she said. An enjoyable first year at Kinder is so important during these formative years where children develop their love for education. We thank the educators, parents and caregivers for giving our Port Stephens children the best start to their educational journey, ensuring their experience is an enjoyable one. PHOTO GALLERY: See 63 kinder kids on our website.

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Rugby Lads Trivia

TALENTED junior rugby players Chris Woodfield from Pindimar and Jordan Eade from The Branch are heading to Italy in April, having been selected for the NSW Country Rugby Union U16s Development Squad. They have been working hard through the holidays and fundraising to earn their tour expenses. The Karuah RSL have been a major sponsor for the boys, and are continuing their support by hosting a Fundraising Trivia Night on Saturday 17 of February at

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6.30pm. Many businesses from the local area have generously donated prizes for the night, including a $400 Sports Camera from Marlin Marine and Tackle, and a $350 voucher for Altitude Travel. The ARU and NSW Rugby have also donated signed Wallabies and Waratahs jerseys, which will be auctioned on the night. There are also a host of other prizes to be won on the night. A ticket to the event will set you back $10 for adults and $5

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for under 15s. Tables can be booked through the Karuah RSL on 4997 5297 or by contacting Jude Woodfield on 0404464465 or Rae Eade on 0425245817. Jude Woodfield told News Of The Area, “Chris and Jordan have been overwhelmed by the support they have received and would like to thank everyone who has donated or offered work opportunities for the boys to earn their fare.” “They look forward to seeing everyone there!”

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KICKING back and relaxing on a Sunday afternoon at the hidden gem ‘Anna Bay Tavern’ sounds pretty good at the best of times. But when you add the soulful sounds of renowned

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National Dance Champ By Rachael VAUGHAN

MEDOWIE has a National Dance Champion, and she is only twelve years old. Kyara Darcy, who has been dancing with Medowie studio ‘Dance ‘n Dazzle’ since she was two years old, competed in January on the Gold Coast at the SHOWCASE National Dance Championships at the Star, Gold Coast. It was her first time competing at a National level and the first time a student from her studio has competed at this level also. Kyara had to qualify for Nationals back in August at the Regionals held at Lake Macquarie. She competed in five various tap dances styles and was awarded three placings. Kyara is now the National Fast Tap Champion, with a 1st Place in the Pre-Teen division. She also was awarded 2nd place in the Waltz Tap, and 3rd Place in the Slow Tap. The competition had

thousands of students competing from Australia and New Zealand and is the Most professionally run competition in Australia.

Just to be able to dance at Nationals is an honour but to actually win a National title is a dream come true for Kyara who practices and trains five

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days per week. Kyara has loved dancing for as long as she can remember, and she told News Of The Area, “What I love about dancing is using my emotions to tell the story and having fun with the moment and feeling like nobody can stop me.” Kyara enjoyed her time at the National Championships, and the opportunity for

growth and experience it afforded her. She said, “There were so many people from all over the world from judges to students, it was an honour to be with all the other amazing dancers.” “The opportunities were fantastic.” When asked about the moment she was announced as the National champion,

Kyara told News Of The Area, “It was really a surprise to find out I won such an amazing title, me a girl from Medowie winning an Australian title.” Kyara would one day like to become a famous choreographer, or perhaps one day dance on a cruise ship or become a dance teacher like her mother.

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new administration area and renovated canteen,” President of Medowie Little Athletics Jason Wells told News Of The Area. “Our club was lucky enough to host the Port Hunter Zone Multi Carnival here last year, partly due to the improved spectator area, so we certainly could cater for larger crowds.” The works completed at Kindlebark Oval brings a nice conclusion for all

of the work done by many involved in the project, including State Member for Port Stephens, Kate Washington. “It’s great to see the end result of funding that I granted to Medowie and District Little Athletics Club in 2016,” Ms Washington told News Of The Area. “The sandstone tiers look fantastic. The club has created a much improved spectator area for the Little Athletics families, and for all other users of the Kindlebark sports ground.” With Little Athletics having a rich history in Medowie, the improvements at Kindlebark Oval will help many young athletes and their families maintain a strong connection with

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athletics. This is something that hasn’t been lost on our local member of parliament. “Congratulations to all of the Little Athletics families for another successful season.” “An enormous thank you to club President, Jason Wells, and the committee, for making it possible for children to have fun and improve fitness at Little Athletics each week.” Medowie Little Athletics Club meets every Friday evening from 5pm at Kindlebark Oval between September and March, with registrations for the next season to open from August 1 2018.

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OAK Dining Table $190 Extension with 6 chairs Like new 0405 388 607 PLANT pots (13) large D 500mm OL size. S$8.00 each. 0422070333 PEARL mobility scooter, gd cond, very little use, new bat, dismantles, fit in medium size boot $1250 Ph 4997 0986 POOL table. Threequarter size, slate top 220 long 120 wide, excel cond $1500. 0404477158 CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area ads@mcnota.com.au Email for Price & Proof

PRIDE Go Go Elite Traveller motor scooter with hoist (suitable for 4WD vehicles). Recently serviced, both batteries replaced, new front basket and manual. $750 negotiable. Will separate hoist and scooter. Ph 0428291907 ROWING Skiff - Euro Single. Croker Blades VG cond, $1500 ono 0418716225 RUG beige in colour Brown with swirls 160x230 $100 New cond. 49191856 SILVERWARE- cutlery, tea/coffee Sets and variety of cut glass items. Call/view for prices. 49819926 SINGLE mattress, exc cond/ qual $30. 0488438868 SOFA bed, plush, black, one year old, bed used only once, $300 Ph 0427 204 450 STEELCRAFT pram $100. Fr Newborn up Includes accessories & weather cover 0419618565 SURF Ski - Wave Master. Good condition very stable. Good in surf as well as calm/ choppy conditions. Includes paddle $375. 49822004

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Items DRIVE socket set, 3/4 drive in ex cond. Sizes up to 2 inch & 150mm $60.00. Rotary Ozito Hammer drill 710W. VG cond. $50.00. 230mm Ozito Angle grinder only used once. $60.00. Full Oxy/ Acetylene Welding set. Less hoses. $100. Genuine reason for selling. Ph. 4982 4249 FREEDOM 2 and half seater, light grey sofa bed with inner spring mattress, very good condition. $300. Front load washing machine $120 Ph 0416 232 092 CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area ads@mcnota.com.au Email for Price & Proof

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Tea Gardens RSL Women’s Auxiliary Monday February 19, 2018 at 10:00am Jack Bramble Room. Tea Gardens Country Club Motel. 2 Yalimbah Street, Tea Gardens. New members most welcome. Following the meeting members can adjourn to the Country Club for light lunch

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GRAHAMSTOWN ROAD TEMPORARY CLOSURE Due to construction work Grahamstown Road will be closed for approximately five weeks from Tuesday 20 February 2018. New pipelines are being constructed across Grahamstown Rd, which is built upon the dam wall. To maintain the impermeable seal of the dam wall, open excavation is required, and temporarily closing Grahamstown Rd is necessary.

Closure of the cycleway The cycleway along Grahamstown Dam near the intersection of Richardson Rd will be temporarily closed from Tuesday 20 February 2018 for approximately six weeks. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience. Minimising community impacts is an important aim of all Hunter Water projects. For more information visit hunterwater.com.au/campvale or call Hunter Water on 1300 657 657.For after-hours emergencies please call 1300 657 000. c

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WOODEN cot $80. Wooden high chair $20. Kids wooden Table and chairs $25. Play pen $60 Stroller $10. Baby bath $5. Nelson Bay 0249844510

OZTRAIL 7 Camper Ex cond. Garaged. Little use, w/annex, Soldiers Point. $2500. 49191121 or 0428491076

2002 475 Quintrex Coast runner with 70hp 2 stroke Yamaha Motor 160hrs Immac. Maintained Great family boat For fishing or fun One owner Lots more extras $17,500 0439160159

HALF cabin timber 6m River and lake boat Fibreglass hull, fish finder, Solar panel, sleeps 2 portaloo $4,900 ono 0434608745

TINNY Aluminium, new

CHERY 2013 J3, 5 door hatch, 4 cylinder 5 speed, Silver 57k CQT84L, Rego til 7/18, Drives perfect $4,500, 0419468050

NISSAN el Grand 1998 4x4 auto 8 seater Rego 6/18 CL75BQ $7,850 Ono 0411030928

POLYCRAFT 16ft runabout 50HP Honda 4 stroke O/B Bimini Top. Near new trailer, Long rego & excellent fishing boat. Asking $8,500 ono Phone: 0407 206 045

2000 Toyota Avalon, Gd cond, 248426klms, XTB282 $2800 Phone 0419210848

CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area ads@mcnota.com.au 28FT yacht fibreglass Email for Price & Proof Swing keel with 9.9merc +dinghy. In REDUCED: 17’ 6” Golf Salamander Bay. Lots Pop Top Van. Tare 1180. of extras A1 cond. 2001. 6mths Rego. $28,900 0418682806 $16,000 Ph 49979727 2003 455 Quintrex or 0429433103 Coast Runner CV with 60HP 2 REGENT Roystan stroke Yamaha Caravan 22’. Built motor immaculate September 2009. condition. Great boat Rego NSW 9/2017. for fishing or fun. Complete with all nec- Extras. Garaged Tea Gardens. $12,500 essary items for travel. Phone 0409076272 Hot dipped Galvanise chassis. $40,000. Ph: ALLY Craft Bermuda 0417 224 017 560. Cutty. Full D CampingOL cover 09 S CLASSIFIEDS in the Optimax 90 HP. 74 hrs $19500 ono News Of The Area ads@mcnota.com.au CLASSIFIEDS in the Email for Price & Proof News Of The Area ads@mcnota.com.au ROADSTAR poptop Email for Price & Proof 2001. Limited edition 17ft6inch Single axle with two full FORMOSA 480 Plate annexes - Winter alum. Boat 75hp Merc. & summer. Double Alum. Trailer Bimini, launcher, island inner spring rocket bed & Few extras Sounder, radio, GPS $15,000. 0249811896 and more. 75 hours. $22,500 Ono 49871101 / 0408492421

Caravans 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. $39,500 Ring 4982 8321 COLONIAL caravan 2002 18ft6, $22,500 ono, Dual wheels, double bed, Stereo and three way fridge Full annex - roll out awning, Many extra, low mileage, Very good cond. ready to go, Contact Peter 49820362 CAMPER trailer. King bed. Cameron canvas. Very good cond. Annex and extras $2,500 Ono 49975259

QUINTREX 450 Escape 40hp 2 stroke Yamaha motor, Telwater trailer Bimini boat cover. Safety gear, all Rego’d as new. $17,900 Ono 0418407616 QUINTREX 6m (20ft) centre console 90 HP merc, new trailer, new sounder, extras $29,000. Phone 0427194717 QUINTREX V-nose punt 3.85m 15Hp Evinrude. Gd Cond. Reg. $2600ono Ph 0418 863 088 STEGCRRAFT 15ft halfcabin New canopy and 55hp evinrude motor And radio and safety. gear. Elec start. Registered. Great condition. $2,600 49971651

trailer, 15HP Yamaha only 8hrs running, $2950 ono 49973429

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MAZDA 121 , 1995 Bubble. manual air cond, Rego Feb 2019 DCB22T, Great Cond, absolutely nothing 2001 Volvo V70 to spend. Gd little auto AWD CN57WO car, economical for D Wagon Sblack OL 195k’s Student or 2nd car. All power options All invoices. $2,300 Leather, rego oct ‘18 0249198013 $3,900 0419468050 2003 Audi convertable. Auto. No rego. Runs well. Damaged interior. $7000 Ph 0412194099

2006 Peugeot sports cabriolet NXP07T 11 mths rego 74,000 klms immaculate $9,000 0410454415

MITSUBISHI Pajero 1993/94 3.5 litre. Auto manual, spotlight, Nudge bar CB radio, 148,000k Original, Good tyres Very gd.cond. $9,000 Ono. 6 months rego BD68NP. Ph 0400193758

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Inc. powered wheelchair as front passenger seat. As new, only 10,800km; Rego to Sep18; DMJ 42Y $37,500ono; Ph: 0448 744 063 WHEELCHAIR transporter Toyota Estima BT55RJ 79,000km $29,500. Shoal Bay 0411820634

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2007 Ford Territory, 6 cylinder auto RWD, 7 seater 166k Black, BDA81U rego til 5/18 $6,500 0419468050

Mercedes Benz CLC 200

BMW 318i auto sedan 6/02 model navy over bone, leather trim, 4/18 rego, books, Kompressor 2010 Evolution Coupe factory mags, air con, Low Mileage: only 78,000klms. March 2018 Great cond. 200k’s Rego. Log books. Brand new tyres. Excellent AMP67N Bargain condition. Always garaged. Rego No: DKB$4,750 0407145366 94X Price: $17,750ono Ph: 0412 947 996

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Little Athletics ground makeover

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MEDOWIE’S Kindlebark Oval has received a much needed facelift.

The home venue for Medowie Little Athletics, Kindlebark Oval now has the infrastructure to host larger athletic competitions, as well

as allow those who support our own future champions to enjoy watching them from a newly built vantage point. Thanks to a jointly funded

project between the New South Wales Government and Medowie Sports Council, two sandstone block walls have been installed on what was

an unusable hill which will provide families with a large turfed area where they can watch their children in action. “The whole Kindlebark

area has been improved over the last twelve months, with a new community mural, CONTINUED Page 2

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