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‘One Size Fits All’ and the artists had been tasked with creating a painting on a small canvas, while the sculptures were mounted on plinths of similar sizes. After a welcoming address from Gallery President Trevor Cook, it was time for Maitland Senior Curator Kim Blunt to announce the winners. “As well as aesthetics

and skill, I was also mindful of the location where we are and how important the environment is to the artist and how it inspires them,” Ms Blunt told the gathering. It was a difficult decision for Ms Blunt but in the end, the top prize for painting went to Emilie Tseronis and her work the ‘Clearing’.

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Mr Staniland said. The operation is expected to take three to four days. “The works will focus, in the first instance, on the ‘pinch point’ and then be extended,” Winda Woppa Association President Ken Garrard said. MidCoast Council has finally appointed a contractor to construct a sand transfer system. While Council has not

Another long time Gallery member, Hannah Matilda won the top award for her sculpture, ‘The Boat’. “I’ve never won anything before, I’m absolutely thrilled,” said Hannah. The Gallery itself continues to go from strength to strength, open 6 days a week from Wednesday through to Monday.

named the contractor, MidCoast says the contractor is focusing on finalising the design for the machinery and a project manager has also been appointed. So far this year, Jimmy’s Beach has suffered two major erosion events, one back in January, the other two weeks ago. Council is hopeful work will begin on building the pump station in late August.

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Emergency Salvage Meeting By Margie TIERNEY THE Community is being invited to an emergency meeting with Roads and Maritime Services this Thursday 14 June to find out the latest on the container ship spill off Port Stephens two weeks ago. The meeting is being held in the Tea Gardens Baptist Church on Myall Street, starting at 10am. A dedicated band of locals continues to scour Jimmy’s Beach and other Port Stephens coastal areas for debris from the 83 containers which were lost overboard from the YM Efficiency. The ship and the remainder of its damaged containers,, finally docked in Sydney last Wednesday. The Taiwanese owners of the vessel have apologised for the event, while their insurance company has engaged contractors to deal with the massive salvage operation. Port Stephens MP Kate Washington spoke in Parliament about the devastating impact on our coastal environment ‘’The tonnes of rubbish

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mention of the clean up undertaken by local residents. ““I thank each and every volunteer who gave up their time in brutal weather conditions to do what they could do to help and the many who continue to do so.” Officially locals have been advised not to help with the clean up. “No one is absolutely sure of the contents of all 83 containers that washed overboard, or that those contents are safe,”

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MidCoast Management Officer Andrew Blatch said. “In addition, Customs and Border Force have to inspect the debris to make sure it is legal and safe to enter the country, just like any other foreign goods that are regularly inspected when entering Australia.” “If you have already picked up any debris, please don’t put it in your general household waste or take it to any Council waste facility,” Mr Blatch said. “You can take debris from the accident to the corner of The Anchorage and The Boulevarde at Hawks Nest, and leave it near the contractor’s skip bin.” Director of NSW Maritime Services Angus Mitchell said boats had been deployed to the region to help in the search. But warnings are still in place for fishing boats and other sea going vessels to remain on the lookout for the missing containers. Some commercial fisherman have decided not to risk heading out. “Whilst we believe the vast majority are very likely at the bottom of the ocean, we won’t know that for sure for some time yet,” Mr Mitchell said. For further information visit www.rms.nsw.gov.au/ containerincident or to report debris, call 13 12 36 and select option 2.

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ONCE again the ladies from the Wednesday Craft Group had the pleasure of seeing the results of their Christmas and Mothers Day raffles being distributed to worthy essential services. Margaret Munright said, “Our president Rayleen presented Noel Quince, Pindimar Tea Gardens Rural Fire Brigade and John Hughes ,Free Clinic Bus, each with a cheque for $600.00.” “Our raffles are always well supported by this generous community and we in turn always endeavour to give a helping hand and extend our thanks to the many services available to us all,” she said. “We then helped ourselves to tea, coffee and a delicious selection of tasty goodies and contributed $300.00 to the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea.”

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Rejecting the reliance on s15D the tribunal found that the section was a consumer protection to be used when a natural person made an input error in an electronic communication exchanged with the automated message system of another party. In other words, s15D covers situations where a consumer may have made a mistake and paid a trader the incorrect amount for goods on an automated service and the automated service does not provide the person with an opportunity to correct the error.

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RESIDENTS of the Peter Sinclair Gardens Aged Care Facility were taken on a trip down memory lane during a recent visit to the Baptist Church Skills morning in Tea Gardens. ‘’Everyone had been invited to bring their favourite teddy bears or dolls and they all went on display,” Carolyn Bye told News Of The Area. “There were dolls of many shapes and sizes from numerous countries.” “Some ladies shared their

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doll and teddy bear stories and we were surprised to find that several were over seventy years old,” Carolyn said. ‘’Cheryl Roberts had prepared small gifts for everyone to make.” The Skills Day, which is held once a month, is a Baptist Church initiative which encourages residents from the local aged care facilities to take part in a craft activity as well as a discussion. “The ladies from Peter Sinclair Gardens took home gift-wrapped scented soaps, and potpourri sachets, some

of which were placed on coat hangers and all were decorated with ribbons and flowers.” Carolyn Bye said, “Out on the verandah the men were sandpapering the fragrant wood comfort crosses they were making.” The morning ended on a high note with a delicious luncheon prepared for the visitors. Next month, from 10am on Friday 22 June the Skills Day will feature a visit from Jennifer Wenham of the Red Cross. “Through the year our ladies have been knitting squares for rugs, and making trauma teddies for those who are needy.” “We will stitch them together and Jennifer will share with us where these useful gifts will go.’’

Student leaders at St Joseph’s Primary School in Bulahdelah, Ellie Watson and Jordan Grills, were recently awarded Leadership Medals in recognition of their achievements.

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STUDENT leaders at St Joseph’s Primary School in Bulahdelah, Ellie Watson and Jordan Grills, were recently awarded Leadership Medals in recognition of their achievements. The medals are an initiative of Myall Lakes MP Stephen Bromhead to acknowledge the potential of the next generation of leaders. “It’s about recognising that they are leaders and encouraging that leadership as they continue their education and then go out into the workforce,” Mr Bromhead said.

“At the same time, it is a message to all the students that they too can become leaders by getting involved in things, as it is through these life experiences that you become a good leader.” Ellie and Jordan are both members of the Student Representative Council, and have assisted with organising a disco, keeping the school grounds clean and chairing assemblies. Principal Mrs Joanne Trotter said a shared reading program with the younger students, peer support activities and tending to the school’s chickens are also amongst their many leadership roles.

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“It’s not just the glory of the badge, there are responsibilities that come with the position,” she said. “They have a voice within school and the younger ones can see that it is great to be a leader and have that goal of also getting involved.” Mr Bromhead told News Of The Area he meets with

all school captains in the electorate throughout the year. “It’s great to see all these students put their hand up and take on important roles within their school,” he said. “It is important to support our future leaders and give them the backing they need to flourish.”

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MYALL River VIEW Club is urging the local community to help thousands of disadvantaged Australian children break the cycle of poverty by supporting The Smith Family’s 2018 Winter Appeal. The Smith Family needs to raise $4.1 million by 30 June to deliver life-changing learning and mentoring programs for nearly 10,000 children. This year marks 30 years since The Smith Family shifted its focus from emergency assistance to education support. Please support the advertisers within the Myall Coast News Of The Area as they are bringing you your local news each week. VIEW, a national women’s organisation, was founded in 1960 to support the work of The Smith Family and has seen firsthand the difference the charity is making in the community. VIEW National President, Jan Roberts, said, “Through our volunteering and A fairer deal for Senior Australians fundraising support, we’ve seen firsthand the positive, long-term difference The Smith 3 Increased funding to deliver an additional Family’s education support is making to 20,000 in home care places. children in need. “In the last year, The Smith Family’s 3 Skills programs for workers over 45 years; work has reached more than 120,000 expansion of the Pension Loans Scheme, disadvantaged young Australians in 94 improvements to the age pension for part-time communities across the country. workers and further superannuation Funds raised through The Smith Family’s Winter Appeal will help nearly 10,000 contribution capacity for recent retirees. disadvantaged children access a range of 3 Better quality of care and greater transparency of care to protect older Australians. literacy and numeracy programs – such as student2student, which helps young 3 A record investment to help deliver more affordable access to medicines. students improve their reading skills by pairing them with older ‘reading buddies’ – as well as afterschool Learning Clubs and the iTrack online mentoring program. Anyone wishing to donate to The Smith He Listens. He Cares. He Delivers. Family’s Winter Appeal can phone 1800 024 069 or visit thesmithfamily.com.au/winter Authorised by Dr David Gillespie MP, National Party of Australia, 144 Victoria Street, Taree NSW 2430.

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By John SAHYOUN BULAHDELAH Golf Club has a new Board of Directors with many new faces amongst the ranks. Elected at the Club’s annual general meeting last weekend, Jeff Graham will lead the Board as President, with Darryl Harvey in the Vice-President position, Terri Stellema the Treasurer and Alan Benson the Captain. Completing the team, John Barry, Dave Brown, Barry Bishop, Graham Buck and Barbie Gordon were elected members of the committee. Acknowledging the “tremendous efforts” of the outgoing Directors, Jeff made special mention of the huge contribution from Terry Griffis, “who attended every raffle and every working bee over the past eighteen years”. Speaking with News Of The Area, Jeff said the newly elected Board has many challenges ahead. “We will be exploring

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IT is very appreciative of Mid Coast Council (MCC) inviting comment on their 2018-2019 Delivery and Operational Plan, together with an outline of the Budget and Fees / Charges Structure. We have been asked to comment on a 405-page document on what is in store for us, the ratepayer. An impossible task, but,we will just have to put our faith in MCC, just like we did last year, when somebody arranged with somebody to have the Act changed, that allowed MCC ONLY, to increase our rates by a cumulative amount of 27% over the next 4 years. All other Merged Councils were DENIED any increase for 4 years. I will be paying $3200 in 4 years together with Mid Coast Water rate increases, makes it almost , an outrageous $5000 for both in 4 years.

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new ideas to assist our Club survive into the future,” he said. “We are focused on serving our community as without them, we don’t have a Club.” Outgoing President John Hooper thanked the past committee who shone under trying circumstances. “We have more

volunteers assisting and have reduced costs and ongoing expenses which has allowed us to have a good balance sheet for this year,” John said. “We thank our visitors and the many organisations associated with us, for without them the doors would be shut and locked.” The Golf Club is

a community-run organisation and reached a significant milestone last year, celebrating its 60th anniversary. Jeff said they are looking forward to being part of the community for many more years to come. “We are a community facility for everyone to use,” he said.

Well, it has been over a year now that this so called amalgamation of 3 Councils took place and what have we got? We have MCC containing 3 Councils ,Great Lakes,Taree and Gloucester. We have 3 lots of administration, 3 lots of equipment, 3 lots of depots and 3 offices,sorry, I forgot, it is now 4 offices, since the purchase of the Taree Master’s building.We pay 3 different rate structures and operate virtually under 3 different organisations. Some amalgamation! In an area, strongly represented by a number of pensioners and self funded retirees, on fixed incomes, the extravagance displayed by MCC cannot be ignored. Obviously ,the amalgamation should not have gone ahead. John Alterator, Hawks Nest

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Debris Won’t Cost Residents By Marian SAMPSON THE impact of the waste that is washing up on Port Stephens beaches has the capacity to impact the pristine Port Stephens coastal environment and the Port Stephens–Great Lakes Marine Park. The level of plastic washing up amidst the debris is concerning as turtles, whales and larger marine life tend to mistake plastic as food. Member of the Legislative Council, and Parliamentary Secretary for Planning, the Central Coast and the Hunter Scot MacDonald told News Of The Area, “Port Stephens ratepayers will not be out of pocket as a result of this incident.” He believes that the immediate response and efforts of the local community to clean up the mess has been amazing, however it is the responsibility of the emergency clean-up crews that have been contracted locally to do the work. Reporting debris to RMS will see a coordinated response to the clean-up activities. Scot MacDonald urged the public to report all sightings of debris via the RMS website which will see the contractors sent to perform the clean-up. Port Stephens Mayor Ryan Palmer told News Of The Area, “The response from government to the emergency situation was fast, Scot MacDonald was straight on the phone advising that he had spoken with the Minister for the Environment to make sure that the residents of Port Stephens would not need to cover any of the costs of the clean-up.” Local company Varley has been contracted by the shipping company’s insurer to manage the clean-up. A spokesperson for Varley said “No expense will be spared to protect the environment and collect the debris.” There are warnings in place for boaters with one commercial fishing vessel reporting having snagged what they believe was a sunken container. Port Stephens local Pamela Smith has been organising volunteers to assist in cleaning up, she told News Of The Area, “The cleanup will be ongoing for a long time, there are still 82 containers unaccounted for out there. “The local people have been absolutely inspirational in how they have come together and willingly worked long hard hours in bleak weather on beaches and the isolated and rocky parts too. “We are determined to win,” she said. From foam that threatens to break into smaller particles on Wanda Beach to clocks and bumper bars at Fingal Beach bags, skips and bins are filling along the coast and the people of Port Stephens roll up their sleeves to protect and preserve our patch of paradise.

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FROM Page 16 titles. Strong performances were also recorded from members of the Lake Cathie and Port Macquarie Fishing Clubs. Host President Darren Carroll said he was pleased with the big turnout for the event. “The weather was pretty poor but being the last event for the season meant people were still struggling for points and braved the conditions to get a result,” he said. The overall winning club for the season will be announced at a presentation dinner in August. q Tom Evans and Grant Bidgood weigh-in the 15.4kg Longtail Tuna.

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Ladies Runner Up Jenna Kirwan Ladies Highest Peg Out Marion Smith Perfect Score 180 Trevor Peirson, Darren Rapley, John Edwards, Keith Thomas Fishing Club; Champion Angler and Men’s Champion

Junior Golf Scholarship HAWKS Nest Veterans golfers and Holiday Coast Credit Union have created and made available a new annual scholarship for Junior Golfers playing at Hawks Nest Golf Club. Each year the Club Professional, Andrew McCormack, will select one or two golfers aged between 12 and 18 years who are showing potential and commitment to the game. In addition to providing the next year’s annual club membership fees the scholarship will provide an amount that can be used for golf equipment and/or lessons with the club

Professional to a total value of $700. If shared between 2 juniors the scholarship will provide $350 each. The Men’s and Women’s Veterans committees are delighted that Holiday Coast Credit Union are able to support this initiative and look forward to awarding the first

scholarship in July this year. Normally the scholarship will be awarded in June of each year, in time to cover the upcoming year’s membership fees. It is not necessary for the junior golfer to be an existing member of the Club to be eligible. If you are interested in the scholarship please contact Andrew at the Hawks Nest Golf Club Pro Shop.

Tea Gardens Women’s Bowling Club By Lynda RICHARDS TUESDAY 5th June: No bowls, due to weather conditions. If only the rain could fall where it is needed. Thursday 7th June: Thankfully, some sun, some wind and no rain. Result synthetic green in condition for play. The first round of the Club Championship Minor Singles could proceed. Four bowls played by each bowler, the winner is the first to score 25 shots regardless of ends played. On Rink 1 Loretta Baker v Sheril Johnson.

4. Lee Rankin 37 c/b 5. Alan Crittenden 37 c/b C Grade. 1. Geoffrey Crockett 36 c/b 2. Ron Leatham 36 c/b 3. James Murphy 36 4. Phillip Hayward 35 c/b 5. Frank Murphy 35 NTP. 10th A. Neil Duncan B. Alan Crittenden C. Grahame Chapman 16th A.Tony Ward B. Richard Kemp C. Chris Lock Balls To. A. 34 B. 32 c/b C. 27 c/b

STABLEFORD. 7/6/2018. A Grade. 1. Tony Baker 40 2. Michael Thornhill 39 c/b 3. David Potts 39 4. Patrick Garland 38 5. Bob Peters 37 c/b B Grade. 1. Rob Simmons 40 2. John Reynolds 39 3. Peter Webb 38

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SATURDAY 2nd June was a great night out for our social club members and we celebrated the culmination of our sporting year with great food, company and a new band. We look forward to welcoming new members and now would be a great time to join for the 18-19 Social year. Gibba to Gibba fishing comp towards the end of June. The results for twilight golf, darts and the fishing club are as follows: Twilight Golf; Champion Golfer Mick Talty, Runner Up Corrie Bates Best 10 Games John Della Most Improved Mitch Baker Porn Trophy Corrie Bates Social Darts; Men’s Champion Trevor Peirson Ladies Champion Lyn Peirson Men’s Runner Up and Highest Peg Out Darren Rapley

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This proved to be a tough contest on the 14th end the score was Sheril 11, Loretta 12. On the next 3 ends Loretta gained 7 shots, score now 19 v 11. Sheril sent down some great bowls and narrowed the lead to 2 shots on the 22nd end. Loretta claimed victory on the 27th end 27 v 20. On Rink 2 Pam Gilchrist bowled against Lynda Richards this also proved to be a difficult match. Lynda held the lead for the game but Pam didn’t give in. For 3 ends I (Lynda) was stuck on 24 while Pam increased her points by 4. Finally on the 26th end I reached the magic number. Final result 25 v 17. Thanks to Sandra Leisemann for Umpiring. Congratulations to the winners who proceed to Round 2, weather permitting to be played on Tuesday 12th June. Judi Polak and Bette Saillard had a” roll up” in preparation for their play in Round 2 of the Singles Competiton. Thursday bowls will now be 12 ends games for a fee of $5 to play. Great idea, suits bowlers who enjoy bowling but enjoy a shorter game for what ever reason.

Someone in my workplace is helping themselves to my packed lunch. There’s always bits missing when I go to eat it. Today my fruit was missing and it looked like there were spoon marks in the quinoa salad. Unimpressed Miss PL, Nelson Bay Dear Miss PL, AH, you’re one of those people, Miss PL. The type who gets up two hours before you need to be at work so you can do your half hour of mindfulness and cut up fruit for your smoothie, and put the finishing touches on your lunchbox with its carefully segregated sections of fruit and nuts and probiotics and lots of other goodies that look amazing but taste like soggy cardboard and gum leaves. I know that look you get when the office staff decide to pool their money for takeaway KFC. That self-righteous carbohydrate-free stare is not lost on anyone; I can assure you. Do you really believe that someone is desperate enough to pinch fruit and quinoa? I mean, really, Miss PL, have a think about it. A doughnut? Probably. A Snickers bar? Absolutely. Some leftover Thai food? Give it to me, baby. But quinoa? I think what is happening is that you are so hungry with your inadequate calorie intake, that you are actually walking to the tearoom in a trance and you are pinching things from your own lunchbox. Things like that can happen when you are malnourished. It’s okay to have a treat now and then. You are getting people offside and that isn’t helpful for workplace dynamics. Who would you rather have in your workplace: Gwyneth Paltrow or Celeste Barber? You are veering dangerously close to being on Team Paltrow. Carpe diem, Jasminda

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...in the community Hunter Quarries is dedicated to supporting the local community wherever possible and has a long and proud history of doing so. Hunter Quarries are proud supporters of: Bulahdelah Soccer Club. Bulahdelah Show. Bulahdelah Golf Club. Tea Gardens Baptist Church. Karuah Pre-School. Karuah Primary School. Karuah Bowling Club. Karuah Golf Club. Bundabah Tennis Club. Clarencetown Football Club.

Hunter Medical Research Institute East Gresford Showground. The Crime Prevention Review. Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI) The 43rd & 44th Solo Hunter region local Government Golf Day. Myall Coast News of the area Bulahdelah Soccer Club. Bulahdelah Show. Bulahdelah Golf Club. Tea Gardens Baptist Church. Karuah Pre-School. Karuah Primary School.

ADDRESS: Just off the Pacific Highway Andersite Road Karuah NSW 2324. PHONE: 02 4997 5966. OPENING TIME: Mon-Fri: 7am to 4pm. Sat 7am to 12pm.

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SITUATED on the highly sought after Winda Woppa peninsula with views over the tranquil Myall River and only a short distance to the iconic Jimmy’s Beach is 48 The Anchorage - “Casa Del Sol”. Soak up the rays and enjoy long summer days at

this spacious home. Featuring three bedrooms upstairs, large downstairs rumpus/sleep out/games room, and open plan kitchen, dining and lounge areas all spilling out onto the front massive entertaining deck this property is perfect for the holiday investor. Currently available on

the buoyant holiday rental market, this property provides consistent returns with many regular guests holidaying here year after year. Contact us today to arrange an inspection of this stunning property. For further information contact John Rumble at Hawks Nest First National Real Estate on (02) 49970262.

Period Cottage 47 Wombo Street, Pindimar PRICE: $399,000

I am asked all the time when the best time to list a property for sale is. Should home sellers list now or wait until spring? Tradition dictates that spring is the ultimate selling season. After all, the days are usually sunny, the skies are blue and gardens are abundant with flowers. Consider this though; Winter can also be a great time to list and this seems to be an evolving trend. With the milder winters that we have been experiencing, people are still out seeking property. The advantage for you as a seller is that you will be avoiding the property glut of spring. A lot of potential sellers are currently preparing their homes for a spring listing. This is great, but there will be a lot of competition for them when the time comes. So seriously consider being the early bird this winter and attract that house hunting worm. Denise Haynes is the Managing Director of R & R Property. For further hints and tips in Real Estate visit R & R Property’s website. www.randrproperty.com.au

wonderful cool green retreat which attracts the abundant bird life and houses a dozen or so fruit & nut trees. There is plenty of room in the garden at the rear of the property as well as a large shed, presently used as artist’s studio. Extra features include: a transpiration septic system, solar HWS, and spear point for bore water. If you’re looking for a getaway and a quintessential seaside cottage - you won’t be disappointed. The vendor is reluctantly leaving this much loved home as it has been a wonderful family gathering location for many years. Contact Century 21 Coastal Properties to inspect this very special and unique property.

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Dylan Tennyson at Tea Gardens Real Estate is very pleased to offer 3 Ringland Close to the market. This brick and colourbond residence offering 3 bedrooms plus media room is proudly positioned on a quiet cul-de-sac street, perfect for a private relaxed lifestyle. Including key features such as side access for the caravan or boat, alfresco entertaining area and low maintenance yards. Screened alfresco area,

LOOKING to escape the hustle & bustle of city life? Tea Gardens is the place to be! No street lights, a few round-a-bouts and a Koala crossing are the few major traffic hazards. A jump from the Singing Bridge and you can be swimming or surfing at Bennetts Beach, or choose Jimmys Beach for the ocean feel without the waves.

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stainless steel electric appliances, soft close cupboards and a large walkin pantry are all included in the immaculate kitchen. Just some remarkable features this beautiful Perry home The master suite, located at the rear of the home, includes ensuite bathroom and walk-in robe; all other bedrooms are generous in size and have built-ins. A must see property for those seeking a home with the lot. Don’t miss out; homes like this are extremely hard to come by. Call Dylan from Tea Gardens Real Estate for a private inspection, 0418 292 908.

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THIS designer home is spacious, has great style is finished with a neutral palette throughout and offers inclusions that reflect excellent value for money. The setting is rural residential, quite private and very pretty. Its proximity to the school and shops are very convenient making this a very attractive lifestyle package for the modern family. As expected features include 4 carpeted bedrooms all with BIR, Study or 5th bedroom, Master bedroom with WIR & ensuite, Large

open plan living areas, Bamboo flooring through living areas, Home theatre room, Contemporary kitchen with all the appliances, stone benchtops, gas cooktop & large 900mm oven, Double attached garage with internal access, Alfresco entertainment area, Ducted air-conditioning & SC wood fire. Along with the envied designer home comes the sort after small acreage. On over 3.5 acres, the land is fenced, has a large dam, established fruit trees, a chook pen, veggie garden, greenhouse,

wood store shed and if that’s not enough there is also airconditioned accommodation for the guests. This property has so much to offer the modern family plus room for the pets. We invite you to book a private inspection or hope you will visit our open home this weekend, as we showcase this total lifestyle package for the modern family. This property is located just 1 hour to Newcastle and 2.5 hours to Sydney. For more information please call R&R Property on 02 4997 4325.

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HALL Cabinet. Text for pictures. Solid Timber & Glass BOX trailer 7x4 Heavy 1.85h x 1.68l x .45d. D duty VGOL condition $600 0428450925 S $550 0412478882

DINNER set willow pattern six places 49191637 $30 Soldiers Point ELECTRIC Guitar Strat copy with quiver arm and three pick ups. $80 0419212863 FARM Vehicle “UTB Fiat 530” 2WD 1989 Model. 12 forward, 3 reverse. Always garaged. Power Steer. Diff lock, new clutchs, new battery, only done light. 5ft slasher work $5,600 ono. Good condition for its age. 024997 4792 CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area ads@mcnota.com.au Email for Price & Proof

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ROWING Skiff - Euro Single. Croker Blades VG cond, $1500 ono 0418716225 SOFA bed, plush, black, one year old, bed used only once, $300 Ph 0427204450 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 TIMBER TV stand One shelf, glass doors $45 82Lx45Wx66H 49812682 TIMBER dining suite $250 very good cond. Tea G/dns 49198091 TIMBER lounge solid 3 piece - 3 seater and 2 armchairs. $500 0428970662 TIMBER queen bed head and Frame LD exc conditionSO$75 Ono 49971529 TRAILER converstion Galvanised aluminium sides to start new trailer project.Professionally built Height - 2ft hingeable Up to 3foot 6inches Length - 8foot 5inches Width - 5foot 9 1/4 $850 49970986 TREADMILL York pacer 480hrc platinumOseries Very LD S good condition $300 0429986383 TYRE on steel rim. Yokohama Geolander LD as newSO215/70R/16 $75. ph 0416229166 UMBRELLA Shelta cantilever with canvas canopy. As new. $500 ono 49972359 WELDER Generator 14HP petrol motor electric start D 200amp welder &Sleads OL 3.5kva 240V very good welder. $1500.00 email don@legges. id.au Ph. 0418845358 VACUUM, robotic. Russell Hobbs brand. Unwanted Raffle prize. RRP $800. Will sell for $575 0249846701 VE V8 Commodore Axel back twin chrome pipes. Mufflers. Low k’s $200 IW345 49970986

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Items ELECTRIC lift chair. Strong chair, beige Fabric $350 Pride shopping scooter, 3 piece for light Easy car transport $260 requires new battery Priced accordingly. 49970930 Tea Gardens GUITAR Squire Acoustic With bag, strap, 3 plecs, Stand, learning book. $150 Lectern - wooden 1m Good condition $35 0451098759 CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area ads@mcnota.com.au Email for Price & Proof

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TIDE CHART - 7 DAYS The below table show tidal variations at several locations. The time variation should be added to the corresponding Fort Denison time. In view of the variations caused by local conditions and meteorological effects, these times are approximate and must be considered as a guide only. They are not to be relied on for critical depth calculations for safe navigation. Actual times of High and Low Water may occur before or after the times indicated.

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Big Swells Big Fish FIVE-METRE swells provided a challenge for anglers at the recent Mid North Coast (MNC) Rock and Beach Titles. The contest was hosted by Bulahdelah Fishing Club, and despite heavy weather hammering the coast, keen anglers were rewarded with plenty of good catches. “There were some great hauls, I

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was just amazed at the amount of fish brought in under these conditions,” MNC Club President Brett Shultz said. The standout catch of the contest was a 15.4 kg Longtail Tuna landed by Bulahdelah Club member Greg Minett at Elizabeth Beach. “I was using a line that only had a small hook, I saw the seagulls in the area and thought it was some taylor,” Greg said. “The tuna put up quite a fight pulling me into the water, but I managed to eventually beach it after about an hour when a wave helped dump it on the beach.” Greg said it is quite rare to land a tuna from the beach as “most are caught out in the ocean or off the rocks”. “What’s even more surprising is that it was the first fish that I caught during the contest,” he said. At the all-important weigh-in, Bulahdelah Fishing Club scored strongly taking out the Biggest Species, Veterans, Veterans Team and Sub-Junior CONTINUED Page 7

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Greg Minett with his 15.4kg Longtail Tuna.

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