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swimming, diving, water polo, open water swimming and artistic swimming. The Masters competition will be held in the same venues used by the elite athletes last month, coming from all around the world to measure their sporting skills. Leon is ranked #1 in Australia in his age group (70-74) in 25m, 50m & 100m

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and friends now. Tea Gardens riverfront is the place to be on 26 October. The Big Salami’s Rob Foster is coming down from Coffs Harbour with a gourmet selection of salami, gluten free chorizo and tofu. There will be Turkish and Istanbul Gozleme, Specialty teas and coffee from Ground Perfection. Peter will be there at The Really Stuffed Olive Co. stall, Elise at Get A Whiff Candles, wines at Twin Bridges and there will be stalls of boutique fashion for adults and children. There will be more than enough to

keep children occupied, with Michele from The SandWizard sand play designs, face painting with Julie, Tea Garden's Primary School duck derby and the Tea Gardens / Hawks Nest Preschool activity stall. Not to mention Tracy’s Fun Bags! You can even get your Christmas Pud from Pudding Lane or enter the Prawn eating competition. Have a chat with a local artisan at one of the many Arts and Craft stalls or Writers at the Federation of Australian Writers' stand. Energy saving advice will be available from Ausave or discuss a local issue with your Federal or State MP. Many local community groups will be represented including The Lions Club, The Men’s Shed, The Bridge Club

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TEA Gardens Baptist Church will play host to the Maitland Salvation Army Band for the third year in a row on Sunday, 18 August 2019 commencing at 2.30pm. The Maitland Salvation Army Band has been operating continuously for over one hundred and thirty-six years and comprises thirty brass players and includes two and three generations of a number of families as

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well as two Baptists, one from Tarro and the other, our local Alan Calcutt. Alan, who plays the trombone, told News of the Area, “I really enjoy the music and also the fellowship and friendship with a great crowd of people who are members of the Band. “The Band has a very high standard and sometimes the music is hard to play, but

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Rotary Revamp brings a night at the movies By Ann SCULLY

UNDER the new theme of Fun, Fun, Fun our local Rotary Club has been rebranded as the RotaryMyallCoast with its latest image bringing the Club into the 21st Century. Following in the footsteps of Rotary Clubs throughout the world, the general trend is moving in a direction of removing some, not all, of the formalities and introducing some fun and interesting activities for members to share with the locals in our area.

"In an effort to create a new image for our Club, we decided to open this movie evening"

One of the changes is that the Club now meets twice a month instead of four times a month with one of the evenings taking the format of a meeting and the second get together being purely social. The first of these evenings entitled, “A Night at the Movies” which will be held in the Catholic Church Parish Centre on Monday 19 August, 6.30pm for 7.00pm. Format for the movie evening will commence with a glass of bubbles accompanied by an array of nibbles, after which time members and friends will sit back

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and enjoy a fantastic Australian movie, “Last Cab to Darwin”. Loosely based on a true life story, the film tells of Rex McRae, a cabbie who has never left his hometown, Broken Hill but for reasons to be revealed, Rex takes a picturesque journey across Australia’s outback. President, Ian Mackenzie-Smith told News of the Area, “In an effort to create a new image for our Club, we decided to open this movie evening to the public and offer everyone the pleasure of spending a great evening together and to enjoy the hospitality of RotaryMyallCoast.” For the modest price of $5.00, you get to watch a fantastic movie, make some new friends or liaise with some old ones and maybe give thought to joining this innovative and community minded Club. To make a reservation, for catering purposes, please call Ian on 0423 470 709.

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welcomes all abilities. The Club will look at fielding Junior through to Masters teams which can compete at Regattas.

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Open Bowls Tournament with players from around the region

ON the weekend of 10-11 August, 72 bowlers converged on Tea Gardens Country Club to contest the 2019 Tooheys 2 Bowl Open Triples Tournament with over $5000 of prize money on offer. Players represented Clubs including Forster, Pacific Palms, Nelson Bay, Soldiers Point, Alder Park, Cardiff, Charlestown, Lorn Park, Lambton, Toronto Workers, Stockton, WindaleGateshead, East Maitland, Maitland City, Warners Bay, Karuah and Tea Gardens. In absolutely appalling conditions the men played 4 games of 10 ends on Saturday and 3 games on Sunday. With the westerly wind being the leveller on the weekend the team of Jake Graham, Chris Edmonds and Bill Rachel remained undefeated on Saturday night to hold a slim lead in the contest. Sunday proved even colder than the previous day with no respite from the winds. In a nail biting finish the favourites stumbled at the final game and were pipped by the fast finishing team of

In a nail biting finish the favourites stumbled at the final game and were pipped by the fast finishing team of Neale Rigby (Lambton), Greg Pearson (Karuah), and John Parkinson (Tea Gardens).

q Warren Gooley (Club Manager) with winners Neale Rigby, John Parkinson and Greg Pearson. Neale Rigby (Lambton), Greg Pearson (Karuah), and John Parkinson (Tea Gardens). The majority of bowlers

took advantage of the accommodation provided by the Country Club Motel and a great time was had

by all with the catering and entertainment provided by the Club and Myall Bistro being up to its usual

exemplary standard. Thanks to Lion Breweries for their generous sponsorship of the

Tournament and we all look forward to next year’s event taking place on 1-2 August 2020.

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Motocross rider hurt

ON Saturday, the Westpac Rescue Helicopter was tasked by NSW Ambulance to take flight to Nerong. A 23 year old male motocross rider had sustained serious injuries after a fall. The Helicopter Critical Care Medical Team assisted local Ambulance

Paramedics to stabilize the man on scene before flying him to the John Hunter Hospital. It is reported he is now in a stable condition as we wish him a speedy recovery.

Most Outstanding Personalised Support Services Team THE team at MidCoast Assist is delighted to have been awarded ‘Most Outstanding Personalised Support Services Team in Australasia’ at the Enablement Awards 2019. This is the second year the Enablement Awards have been held as a way to celebrate and reward excellence, innovation and exemplary achievements in the disability care sector, and the first time MidCoast Assist has been recognised. “To be acknowledged with this particular Award – most outstanding personalised service – speaks volumes about who we are and what makes us different,” Council’s Director of Liveable Communities, Paul De Szell said. “We have such incredible, passionate, supportive staff and volunteers who are really making a difference in people’s lives and they deserve this recognition.” The Awards were created by the NDIS Update news media platform to recognise efforts to advance outcomes for all participants, and to reward those who lift and enhance the customers' experience and

overall enjoyment. An unknown third party nominated MidCoast Assist for the Award and the team would like to thank the anonymous supporter for putting the organisation forward for the accolade. The nominations are judged by the editor of NDIS Update, who has been involved in the sector for over 30 years, and the decision making process is assisted by independent assessments of the nominees. The Awards philosophy is to focus on performance, with evaluation qualities including most meritorious performance, most innovative, courageous or positive initiative. “We are honoured to receive this Award and it’s really important for our team to be able to take a step back and celebrate our achievements.” To find out more about the Enablement Awards head to http://disabilityupdate.net/ awards/ and for more information about MidCoast Assist, head to the website www. midcoastassist.com.au

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Neil Diamond, The Man The Music

‘NEIL DIAMOND, The Man The Music’ is on at the Tea Gardens Country Club this Saturday 17 August 2019 at 7.30pm.

Certainly not one to miss. You all know the hits – Cracklin’ Rosie, Cherry Cherry, Song Sung Blue, Red Red Wine and many others. Neil Diamond has been loved by millions since he first burst onto the music scene with Solitary Man back in 1966. And now you have the opportunity to hear his story. ‘Neil Diamond – The Man, The Music’ is a tribute

to the man himself presented by multi award winning singer/songwriter and entertainer Craig Stewart. The show has been in development over several years, with audiences universally claiming “You close your eyes, and you’d swear you were listening to Neil himself”. Craig has now taken the show to a new level. Through the use of multiple projections, synchronised lighting, excerpts of interviews and of course the music itself ‘Neil Diamond – The Man, The Music’ follows the Neil Diamond story, from humble beginnings as a struggling young songwriter and notoriously nervous live performer through to worldwide recognition as a genuine

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Pearls Presentation to Preschool By Ann SCULLY

REPRESENTATIVES of the Pearls of Port Stephens ladies group presented a cheque for $500.00 to Judy Clarke, Director of the Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Preschool last Thursday with the funds being put towards a long-term goal of having an Aboriginal mural painted on the main preschool wall. A strong commitment has been made by the preschool in creating an educational and nurturing environment that welcomes all families and members of the community. Various practices have been incorporated into the Program with the children acknowledging the Worimi People each morning, Aboriginal/Torres Strait Island flags being displayed at the signin desk and the children using laminated Aboriginal flag placemats at each meal. “We approached Murrook Cultural Centre for an outreach program and their Education Officers now visit the preschool on a regular basis,” Judy Clarke, told News Of The Area. “For a long time now we have planned to have a visual welcome for everyone entering our Centre and have tried previously to have a mural painted on our wall. “At long last we have sourced a Worimi artist who has agreed to do this project and a special Dreaming story has been designed for our Preschool”, Judy said. “So this donation of $500.00 from the Pearls ladies will greatly assist with our project and I would publicly like to thank the ladies for their interest and ongoing support.”

q Port Stephens Pearls presenting a cheque to Judy Clarke, Director of the Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Preschool.

Club Championship Final round of Major Pairs Championships Tea Gardens Women’s Bowling weekly commentary by Lynda Richards

Tea Gardens Women’s Bowling By Lynda RICHARDS

TUESDAY 6th August: Round 2 of the Club Championship Major Pairs a win for Jill McBride and Lynda Richards 18 v Bev Stephens (sub for Jeanette Emmett) and Julie Kennedy 12. Carol Hayden and Loretta Baker were losing by 8 shots on the 12th end in their game against Kayelene Pearson and Karen Green. They bowled well ultimately going down by just 3 shots 16 v 13. A great comeback by Bette Saillard and Dale Winter losing by 8 shots on 9th end, to Dot Dallas and Kathie Rimmer. The next 7 ends belonged to Bette and Dale adding 16 shots to their tally, finally claiming victory 23 v 16. A close contest between Lorraine Murphy and Maynie Roberts v Bev Rhodes and Lynne Green all even on the 8 the end then Bev and Lynne forged ahead winning 17 v 13. Format for social bowls was 2 games of Triples,

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a win for Lyn Nightingale, Sheila Rattray and Christine Fossey 21 v Ingrid Luck, Pam Gilchrist and Dale Cameron 14. A big win to Jean Glover, Dawn Jones and Karen McPhie 34 v Judi Polak, Irene Roberts and Liz Kelly 9. Winners on the day, with the lowest margin was Christine's team. The winner of the voucher for the Myall Bistro & Café was Bev Rhodes. Thursday 8th August: Semi final of the Major Pairs, a good win to Karen Green and Kayelene Pearson 27 v Jill McBride and Lynda Richards 9. I think all would agree the match of the day was Bev Rhodes and Lynne Green v Bette Saillard and Dale Winter. On the 11th end Bev and Lynne had an 11 shot lead, with just 7 ends left to bowl the "comeback queens" struck again resulting in a draw, 18 all on the 18th end. Another end to be played to establish a winner, Bette and Dale claiming a spot in the final of this competition winning 19 v 18. Thanks to Francis Betar for umpiring both days. Social bowls was

played on the grass a win for Jan Coomer, Jean Glover, Pam Gilchrist and Dot Dallas 16 v Bev Dunn, Judi Polak, Margaret Wigman and Sandra Leisemann 6. Lyn Nightingale, Ingrid Luck, Jeanette Emmett and Karen McPhie 13 v Sue Morris, Dorothy Thompson, Maureen Campbell and Maynie Roberts 10. Saturday 10th August: Weekend Pennant results, Karen McPhie, Lynda Richards, Lynne Green and Kayelene Pearson unfortunately lost to the Soldiers Point "Chicks". It was a close contest in very difficult conditions, wind at 46km/h gusting to 70km/h. The score was 12 all on the 17th end, but the Chicks gained 3 shots, winning 15 v 12. This was the first loss for our team in this competition. Coming events: Tuesday 16th August Final Major Pairs Karen Green and Kayelene Pearson v Bette Saillard and Dale Winter. Tuesday 20th August: Round 1 Club Championship Triples.

Myall Coast Vets By Tony SMITH

STROKE. 8 /08 /2019. 3rd and Final round of 2019 Championships. A Grade Champion Bob Peters, B Grade Champion Les Miller and C Grade Champion Sean Mullins. A Grade. 1. Denis Downie 70 c/b 2. Rob Simmons 70 3. Graham Reynolds 71 4. Paul Ibbetson 730 c/b 5. Alan Gleeson 73 B Grade. 1. Larry Campton 71 c/b 2. Oswald Wood 71 3. Robert Macklinshaw 73 c/b

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Women In League and Old Boys Round

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It was a very intense game with a lot of big hits by Jessica Neilson, Teagan Ridgeway, Tayla Wilson, Kayla Campbell, Ashlei Grande, Sarsha Venables, Bec Roes Meagan Terry, Ashley Bills, Tia Lukaszewicz, Tamara Smith, Kelly Johnson, Jacqui Gornall and Ebony Oakley. The metre makers in the first half were Ashley Bills, Jessica Neilson, Teagan Kayla Campbell, Tamara Smith, Sarsha Venables, Bec Roe, Helena Bills, Tayla Wilson, Meagan Terry, Gemma Clarke and Ashlei Grande.

Awabakal kept the Rooettes scoreless in the first half with them scoring 5 tries with 3 conversions to take the half time score to 26/0. The second half saw the Rooettes Tamara Smith cross the try line with Meagan Terry converting 26/6. The runners in the second half were Ashlei Grande, Helena Bills, Bec Roe, Jessica Neilson, Tamara Smith, Sarsha Venables, Ashley Bills, Ebony Oakley, Meagan Terry and Kayla Campbell. Awabakal was the next to score to take the score to 30/6. The big hitters in the second half were Ashley

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Bills, Gemma Clarke, Ashlei Grande, Tayla Wilson, Tamara Smith, Tia Lukaszewicz and Jacqui Gornall. Ebony was the next to score for the Rooettes to take the final score to Awabakal 30 Rooettes 10. Players player 3 points went to Sarsha Venables 2 points was a tie between Ashlei Grande and Tamara Smith Sponsors Choice was Ebony Oakley and Coaches Award went to Ashlie Bills. The Roos Old Boys had a friendly 15 minutes game against the Raymond Terrace Old Boys between the games they all enjoyed themselves was fun to watch.

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The Karuah Roos took on Paterson River. The River kicked off and were the first to put points on the board with a converted try 6/0. The metre makers in the first half for the Roos were Dwayne Fleming, Ian Turner, Jack Fleming. Bailey Turner, Jake Langdon, Mitch O'Bryan, Daniel Evans, Tyson Peters, Andrew Benn and Sam Callaghan. The Roos Jake Langdon scored next with Sam Croese converting to equal the score 6 all. The big hitters in the first half were Daniel Evans, Aiden Bills, Sam Croese, Dwayne Fleming, Tyson Peters, Jack Langdon, Dylan Foley and Mitch O'Bryan. James Foster was the next to score with Sam converting Roos12 River 6. Jack Fleming was the next to score for the Roos with Paterson countering to score

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next with a successful conversion to take the haft time score to Karuah 16 Paterson 12. The Roos cap/coach Dwayne was the first to score in the second half with Sam converting 20/12. The runners in the second half were James Foster, Tyson Peters, Jake Langdon, Ben Feeney, Andrew Benn, Daniel Evans, Nathan Ritzau, Sam Callaghan, Aiden Bills, Mitch O'Bryan and Bailey Turner. Daniel was the next to score with Sam Converting 26/12. Mitch was the next to score 2 tries and Sam converting to take the score to 38/12. The hitmen in the second half were Thomas Tukana, Tyson Peters, Bailey Turner, Dylan Foley, Daniel Evans, Mitch O'Bryan, Aiden Bills, Sam Croese, Jake Langdon, Timmy Johnson, Nathan Ritzau, Dwayne Fleming, Jordan

Cobb, Ian Turner and James Foster. Daniel was in for his second of the day with Sam converting 46/12. But the River never gave up and they were in to take the final score to Karuah 46 Paterson 16. Players player 3 points went to Jake Langdon, 2 points Nathan Ritzau and 1 point to Dwayne Fleming. Sponsors Choice was Ian Turner and Coaches Award Jake Langdon. A big thank you to the Karuah Motor Yacht Club for putting on a great night. Next week is the last game for the 2019 season for the Roos Saturday @ Clarence Town kick-off 2 pm. Game Day Sponsor is Duck & Dragon. The Rooettes have the week off before the semi's start.

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Public Notice of State Significant Development Consent Determination Catherine McAuley Catholic College Application No

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Development of a new primary school, high school, early learning centre and chapel comprising: • The demolition of existing structures; • Construction and operation of a new high school up to 1190 students, primary school for up to 630 students, early learning centre (0-5 years) for up to 124 children and 500 seat chapel; and • Associated works including remediation, earthworks, drainage, car parking, road, footpath, access and landscaping.

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Fishing Club year ahead By Luke BOYD

SUNDAY 11 August 2019 held host to the Tea Gardens Country Club Fishing Club AGM. The year to follow is

planned to be very exciting for all members and all prospective members. With only a minimal fee of five dollars to join you would be part of the monthly awards that include

such categories of secret fish, secret weight ,biggest fish species and the list goes on. The present members are all very encouraging for beginners right through

on the 26th October 2019. Get organised now for the tickets available through the club for the one of the best evenings you'll ever have. Live entertainment, drinks and a seafood dinner. When you want to become a member just check the Tea Gardens

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A wonderfully large, stylish home awaits your inspection. You will be impressed from the moment you walk through the door. At the front of this home you have your guest/ family retreat that offers 3 large bedrooms, an attractive bathroom that services this area and either a study or a games room for the kids. A chef kitchen awaits the cook of the family with plenty of cupboards, a large pantry, quality appliances, a beaut baumatic oven that can fit the Christmas Turkey and more.

Whilst cooking up a storm, enjoy the splendid vista from the large glass doors from the open plan kitchen and casual family area. The theatre room offers acoustic sound shield in walls, as does the master suite and second bedroom, so be as loud as you want. The master suite at the rear of the home offers a huge, gorgeous ensuite and lovely views, relax and drink your morning cuppa. Other features include ducted air conditioning throughout, a double car garage, established gardens and one neighbour only as one side is a reserve. If you have seen the rest,

you need to come and have a look at one of the finest homes on offer in Leeward Circuit today. Contact Stuart Sinclair at Ray White Tea Gardens Hawks Nest on (02) 4997 9022 or 0488 133 998.

modern kitchen. Located only one street back from main beach this property has two bedrooms with built-in robes and ceiling fans. Downstairs is tiled and has a second bathroom/ laundry combined along with courtyard and single

lock up garage. Selling fully furnished, this is an affordable holiday property for the family to enjoy and with its location, would be popular on the holiday rental market. Call us today to arrange an inspection of this fantastic townhome.

Bennett Street Beauty 2/16 Bennett Street HAWKS NEST PRICE: $395,000

THIS stylish townhouse in a group of three features upstairs living area with polished floors, sunny north facing balcony and a

Inspections are by appointment only. For further information contact John Rumble at Hawks Nest First National Real Estate on (02) 49970262.

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ALUM colourbond gate, 1200Hx950W. Self closing with latch, screws. Never installed. Primrose. $180. 49872338.

I would like to thank our friends & acquaintances for flowers, cooking, cards, phone calls and messages of condolences in the sad loss of my husband Jim (James Gear), late of Hawks Nest, who passed away on July 14, 2019. Thank you to the staff at Ochre Medical Centre & Estia Health. You were all so caring to Jim through his illness. To our precious friends & families who have supported Jim through his journey for so many years, words don’t express the true appreciation. Thank you all, Ella Gear

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Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Meals on Wheels Inc. Monday 19th August 2019 at 1.00 pm Great Lakes Council Offices Tea Gardens Myall Street, Tea Gardens. Contact M Rae 4997 0800

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AUGER bits, long D fence shaft drilling OL farmer. posts, Ssuit (13) $60 lot. 0419 144 766

TGHNFRG Inc. Guest Speakers Topics Land Titles, Sandgate Cemetery, NSW Gvt Benevolent Asylums 1800’s. 19 August 2019 9.30 am to 3.30pm. Tea Gardens Hotel. Cost $30 includes Pre order Lunch. Registration Form email;

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LEDGERSTONE Veneer Stone. Sandstone Collection. 4 sq. mts $200. Ph 0409 042 489

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DINING set, timber extendable, 4 seats. $275ono. 0417445490 DINING table - Antique Oak, $150 Antique Oak sideboard with mirror, $300.Both in good cond. 49828689 DOORS legend brace type. (1) 1725H x 760W. (1)1725H x 430W, suit garden shed $40. 49872338. DRAWER runners, (4) 700mm $20 each. (1) 500mm $10. 0419 144 766 ELECTRIC drill, 1 B&D 10mm (3/8” chuck) made in USA $10. 1 KBC 6.5mm (1/4” chuck) 1950 model, suit collector. $10. Others avail. 49872338. EXTENDABLE dining table, rosewood, with 6 fabric & rosewood chairs $500 ono 0429191297 1508

FOOD warmer Maxim Kitchenpro, new in box. $60 49841127 1508

FREEZER, Teco 172ltr upright, 13 months old, LD ex cond. SOPickup only. Raymond Terrace. $220 ono. 0435 919 400. 0407

FRIDGE, Westinghouse As new, perfect D cond. OL 442 115 $290. PhS0417

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GOLF buggy Par Maker electric with battery and charger. $100ono. T/Gardens. 0488662877 CLASSIFIEDS ads@mcnota.com.au GOLF Clubs. Mens Cobra Fly/ Z / XL, Regular Flex Shafts, Sand Iron to 4 Iron,2 yrs old,Little use. $300 ono 0447622083 GOLF Buggy electric $250. Set LH clubs $150, RH $150 . Ph 49810798 HANDYMAN retiring: Masonite, ply wood, pyn & mdf board. Offcuts, small to large. From $2. Also soft wood timber, ring for details. 0419 144 766. GRAMOPHONE wind up, good working cond, needles available. $500. Phone 0427704592 HAFCO Wood Lathe 900mm bed cast iron mount on heavy duty cast iron base chistles included $600. 49872338 HARON dowling kit, model H7200, inc drill, dowl, glue etc. Never used. $40. 49872338.

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FRONT door fly screen, heavy duty fancy shell motive, with key. $220 0427 704592

HUSQVARNA LC19SP mower. Briggs & Stratton 4stroke,700series, ready LD start, self-propelled. As SO new. Approx 2 hrs of use. $495 ono. 0419329905. 0808

G CLAMPS, dawn brand (2) 4” $5 each. (2) 8” $10 each. MPM brand (2) 12” $15 each. 49872338. GALVANISED handy mesh, 2000mm x D OLnew $20 1200mm S (2), each. 4987 2338. GALAVANISED bird netting 150mmW x5mL. $10. Ph 49872338. GALVANISED bolts (37) 125x10 hexagon head. $75. (36) 100x10 cuphead, never used $45. Other sizes avail. 49872338.

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LUFKIN 10m measuring tape, 25mm blade. $7. 0419 144 766

POOL table slate $1300. GC, balls, cues. 0418275298. PULLEY blocks, double. 100mm diameter, (2) $30 each. 49872338.

MASSAGER imported large handheld 2080 chi turbo, as used in chiro rooms. Perfect cond. $300. Older type WALKER, push down to stop no brakes, GC $50. S/Bay. Ph 49846079.

RED Cedar and Rosewood various sizes and lengths, price on application. 49872338

MAKITA power planer, model 19008 80mm cut $80. 0419 144 766

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MATERIAL for curtains White. Good quality. Make an offer. 49972317

REMOTE control cars Scale 1:10. Traxxas short course truck. Firestorm. MO5 mini. HSP car. 0417412161.

MOBILITY Scooter Invacare Colibri. Ex cond. $950. S/Bay. 0414718263.

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KAYAK Spirit Ocean, Scope Paddle, Excellent Stability, Rudder easy steering. Back rest cap 100kg. L4m W61cm. $550 0400708179

OUTDOOR setting. table & chairs (8). Table also extends $500 ono 0430 363 046 PANASONIC FX600 55 Inch LED TV New In Box Unwanted Exchange $900 ONO 49970051 PETROL leaf blower STIHL BR200 backpack very good condition $250 ph 0416 214 087

SASH Clamps, 9001800mm. F clamps 300-800mm. Price according to lengths. 4987 2338. SIMPSON 7.5kg top loader w/mach. LDReluctant SO cond $175 sale Perfect 0448460499 1107

PRAM, Mamas & Papas Urbo. Purple. 4 yo. Hidden insect net. Adjust. handle. $150 ono. Medowie. 0422 070 333.

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LADDERS alum. 1 x Bailey 900mm, single sided, $30. 1 x 900mm Rhino dbl sided $50. 4987 2338.

PUT-up-bed makes into 2 single beds with mattresses and frames. Hardly used $70. Chandelier, brushed brass with 3 glass shades and 3 wall lights $50 Ph 49979742

Kite with harness & directional board. Used once. $450 Ph 0402290498

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Karuah Rugby League By Sonja EVANS SATURDAY was the last home game of the season for Karuah RLFC. It was our Women In League and Old Boys Round. Gameday Sponsor was the Karuah Motor Yacht Club. It was a great day with Old Boys coming from near and far to celebrate the day. The Rooettes and Roos both wore pink shorts to celebrate Women's in League with them having their mum's run them onto the field before they kicked off. Rooettes v's Awabakal at 12.30 with Awabakal kicking off.

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Myall Coast News Of The Area - 15 August 2019  

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