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holiday periods to minimise disruption to locals and visitors, however this isn’t always possible,” explained Jamie Condie, MidCoast Council’s Manager of Operations South. “Resealing works nearing completion in Hawks Nest can’t be pushed back until after the holidays, as the cooler weather can negatively impact the outcome.” Resealing requires a warm road surface to be effective. If the road surface is too cool the bitumen sets quickly and does not adhere to the existing road properly, and the aggregate doesn’t stick to the bitumen. And works to install new playground equipment in Providence Park, due to be in place by Monday 15 April, have been delayed. “We’ve completed the initial stage according to schedule, removing the worn fixtures,” said Dan Aldridge, Council’s Manager of Community Spaces, Recreation and Trades. “Unfortunately contractors engaged to undertake the installation have faced delays, which means the playground will remain closed for the first part of the holidays.” It is expected the installation will commence early next week and the playground reopened as quickly as possible. Families holidaying at Hawks Nest, and locals looking to enjoy the break, are encouraged to visit nearby parks and reserves that include Booner Street Reserve, Moira Parade Reserve, Jimmys Beach Day Area, and Winda Woppa Reserve. Tea Gardens Library will also be hosting some exciting free activities during the school holidays including a screening of “Maya the Bee” on Wednesday 17 April at 2.30pm, and Anzac Day craft workshops on Wednesday 24 April at 2.30pm. “We are committed to improving infrastructure for our communities, with roads and playgrounds a key focus”, Dan added. “Both projects to be completed over the coming weeks in Hawks Nest will deliver important and positive outcomes for the local community.”

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To solve the puzzle, all the blank cells must be filled in using  Down  Across 3 4 TIERNEY5 6 By Margie Stevenson who have helped Jodie  will be handing    numbers from 1 to 9. Each number can only appear once in  1 Youngster 3 Mineral out in every drive for ‘Share the reins for organising the each row, column and in the nine 3x3 blocks.     Showcampaigns discontent 7 it’s Map TIME is running 8out to the Dignity” and also been ‘Share the 2Dignity’ Gem 8 Between contribute to the latest a chance to show my girls to another4Tea Gardens local, 9 campaign by our local ‘Share how easy it is 9toCut Garden tool help people Jacqueline5Melehan. the Dignity Sheroes.’ in need and just kind.” 6 Binds 10 be Sleep 11 Every April and 12 13 14 August, 9 Gripped 12 Otherwise the community is asked to 11 Animals 15 Chimes   16 join in the ‘Dignity Drives’   13 Pond 18 Clothed to help collect sanitary 14 Language 19 Enjoys 19 to 20 products to donate women   16 Slides 21 Upper air doing it tough, experiencing   22 or a financial 17 Curve 22 Prong homelessness  crisis. 18 Idle talk 23 Exchanges 23 For 24 the past three 25 20 Moment 26 Specks    years, Tea Gardens Mum, 22 Armoured vehicle 29 Parts of feet 29 Jodie Genner has been 30  Drooping     24 Shrink    spearheading the campaign 25 Musical drama 31 French novelist across the Myall and   27 Hautboy 32 Growl Raymond Terrace areas.       28 Bang 33 Submissive 32 Helping out this time

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Myall River VIEW Club met last Friday at Tea Gardens Hotel for their monthly lunch meeting.

MYALL River VIEW Club met last Friday at Tea Gardens Hotel for their monthly lunch meeting.

The ladies dressed up in their Easter bonnets, and hats to celebrate Easter. Hotel owner Ben Hanson judged the

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bonnets and it was reported that all in attendance had an outstanding time. The VIEW Club has speakers, and other friendly outings each month. Cheryl Milburn from the Club said, “VIEW also works in conjunction with The Smith Family in supporting underprivileged Australian children by paying for their schooling costs and many programs to assist their parents in the education of their children.” For more information on Myall River VIEW Club, call Cheryl Milburn on 49972442.

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Sand Transfer Trial Up and Running

By Margie TIERNEY TRIALS have begun of the long awaited Sand Transfer System on Jimmy’s Beach. The $4.1 million dollar project uses pumps to take sand from the Winda Woppa stockpile to renourish Jimmy’s which has been battling severe erosion problems for decades. The three week testing period aims to

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pump 10,000m3 onto the beach to provide a temporary buffer for the winter season. “The testing of the Jimmy’s Beach Sand Transfer System has commenced with great results,” Andrew Staniland, MidCoast Council’s Coastal Management Coordinator, said. The Council plans to use the system at least twice a year at a cost of $200,000 as

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opposed to previous trucking of sand onto the beach which required $600,000 worth of funding. Outside of the two planned transfers of sand each year, it will take at least a month to get the system up and running in the case of an emergency. It’s still not clear who will operate the site after the initial testing period by Council. While members of the Winda Woppa Association have welcomed the Sand Transfer

WINDA WOPPA: Sand Transfer System. System, Ken Garrard said, “The Myall is silting far too fast, so does it make sense to put it back on Jimmy’s Beach when it just ends up back in the Myall. There must be a better way.” Andrew Staniland said, “This System is not designed to stop the erosion, however, it will continue to provide a temporary sand buffer along The Boulevarde part of the Beach far more effectively than previous trucking campaigns.”

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THERE’S a community hub in the town of Bulahdelah that’s serving the community well. First built in the 1940’s by returned servicemen and owned by Crown Land, the weatherboard War Memorial Hall is now used for a myriad of community activities. From art shows to themed dinners and musicals the once dilapidated hall is now a key venue in the town. It is a survivor having won out against neglect and fire. The most recent additions to the War Memorial Hall are the Men’s Shed Annex and the War Memorial Garden with its rotunda. The Men’s Shed was built with the assistance of Government Funding and fundraising and is open for local men to connect with each other on Monday for cards, and Wednesdays and Thursdays. Men interested in connecting and getting involved in the Men’s Shed and its projects can

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simply drop in while the shed is open. The Men’s Shed is currently building beekeeping boxes and also constructed the stands where copies of the NOTA can be found in and around Great Lakes and Port Stephens. Jeff Carryer who is a member of the Bulahdelah War Memorial Land Managers Committee told News Of The Area, “The War Memorial Hall has become a community hub, with art shows, musicals, and evening events being held in the garden and under the rotunda as well as in the Hall.” The Bulahdelah War Memorial Hall will be serving up its usual tea and biscuits at Hall for the towns ANZAC dawn Service and 11am Service on 25 April. “The Bulahdelah War Memorial Hall offers people in the town an affordable venue,” he said. Anyone wishing to book the hall can contact Jeff Carryer on 0413133511

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STROUD Show is on again 26-27 April. Spectators can watch the serious business wife carrying which is always great fun. This year’s show is host of the inaugural Brumby 250 where four horse trainers from New South Wales have put all of their skills to the test for the past 250 days to train four Snowy Mountain brumbies, going head to head as they battle for more than $10,000 in cash and prizes. The Brumby 250 Tournament, is a first for New South Wales and an initiative by the Hunter Valley Brumby Association. President of the Hunter Valley Brumby Association, Kath Massey, is head of a small team overseeing the event and ensuring everything runs smoothly for both trainers and the Brumbies, “To ask people to take care of and train a wild horse for 250 days is a massive ask, especially in such a devastating drought, but everyone jumped at the opportunity. ‘We have just been astounded with what the trainers and the Brumbies have achieved in such a short time and we can’t wait to see what they have in store for the finals and no doubt the crowds will also be amazed.” They will compete at Stroud Show on 26 April in the led and ridden Brumby classes and Saturday the 27 April is the grand finale

q Brumby 250 Competitors Billy and Tess and Hanah and Gypsy will compete at Stroud Show. Photo by La Bella Vita Photography. being the freestyle competition where the trainers will use their imagination to showcase everything they have taught their Brumby over the past 250 days. Hannah Pikkat, one of the trainers said “This has been a fabulous learning experience. “I’m nervous about the finals but I’m also

very excited to show what the Brumbies can do and what I have taught Gypsy,” says Hannah who has also opted to keep her Brumby after the Tournament is finished. The show also has a wide range of food stalls, arts and crafts, and produce. The K9 jumping is sure to be a hit with dogs scaling walls of up to 2m.

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Add to this the program of barrel racing, ute muster, demo-derby, post splitting, animal nursery, rodeo, fireworks, prized produce and lawnmower race and Stroud has the makings for a wonderful show. This weekend Stroud will be showcasing family friendly fun alongside with plenty of country hospitality and spirit to share.

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Nominated Triples Tea Gardens Men’s Bowling Club By The JAFFA 10 April THE Wednesday Nominated Triples competition held today attracted 57 players including visitors from North Haven and Sydney. The winners this week were determined by the second best performing teams in both games. This saw Vic Garlick, Col Fossey and Bill Heylbut, on +17 winning some money, and the composite team of George Winter/David Benson, John Yabsley and Neville Vaughn, on +13, completing the prize winners The lucky card went to Ron Green, Ross Barry and Danny Johnson. It was great to welcome back Dave Benson after his major surgery and Peter Cheney is stalking the green and just itching to play. President, Noel Jackson welcomed a new member, Kevin Nowland, and presented him with the Club bowls cloth. 13 April Round 6 of the Newcastle District Pennant Competition was played today with the First National Grade 4 side playing Karuah at home. It was a case of Tea Gardens winning the battle but losing the war as Tea Gardens won two of the three games. The John Parkinson team was the most successful winning 20-17. The Keith Smith side won a close won 1716 but the remaining game the Karuah team won by too many shots for Tea Gardens to take the match. Karuah winning 61-51.

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Grade 6 played away at Wallsend and it was a similar story to that of the Fours. The Leigh Hunt combination stood out for Tea Gardens with a great win 26-13 and the Noel Jackson team dropped an unfortunate 5 on the penultimate end to lose their game 19-22. The remaining Tea Gardens team were never in the game and were soundly beaten 12-28. Wallsend winning the match 63-57. The good news for the weekend was another great win to the First National Grade 7 side. They played Wallsend at home. All three teams had good wins with the Alan Greenhalgh four leading all the way to win 26-20. The Doug Naylor combination kept their unbeaten record intact with a runaway win 31-17 and the Max Stephens four finished strongly to win 25-16. Tea Gardens recording a comfortable win 82-53. There will be no Pennant play next week, due to the Easter weekend and round 7 will commence on 27 April. In other news; Catch-up Pennant games and bad weather are interfering with round 2 of the Major Pairs Championship which was due to resume 14 April. Players in this competition are welcome to play at any time, by mutual agreement, provided they advise the Bowls Committee beforehand. The official date for the resumption of Round 2 is Sunday 28 April. There is a visit planned with the popular Duke of Wellington bowlers on Easter Sunday. All Tea Gardens players are invited to attend. Starting time 9.30 for 10.00 am. The cost is $20.00 per player including a barbecue lunch.

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Saturday 27/04/2019

Darren Rolling Keys

General Roberts Hotel

7.30pm

8.00pm

Saturday 27/04/2019

Early Daze

Muree Golf Club

7.30pm

Saturday 27/04/2019

Bobby Bentons Sixtys Singalong

Tea Gardens Country Club

Saturday 27/04/2019

Reggie Sinclair

Anna Bay Tavern

8.00pm

Saturday 27/04/2019

Simon King

Tilligerry RSL

7.30pm

Saturday 27/04/2019

Soundabout

Shoal Bay Country Club.

9.00pm

Sunday 28/04/2019

Jake Daulby

Anna Bay Tavern

3.00pm

Friday 19/04/2019

The Georgia Project

Tilligerry RSL

Saturday 20/04/2019

FABBA

Tea Gardens Country Club

Saturday 20/04/2019

Layth Gunn

General Roberts Hotel

7.30pm

Saturday 20/04/2019

Louis Burt

Tilligerry RSL

7.30pm

Saturday 20/04/2019

The Leadbellies

Tea Gardens Hotel

7.30pm

Saturday 20/04/2019

Viagro

Anna Bay Tavern

8.00pm

Sunday 21/04/2019

Layth Gunn

Anna Bay Tavern

3.00pm

Sunday 21/04/2019

Driftwood Trio

Tea Gardens Hotel

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Sarah Christine

Anchorage Port Stephens

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Russell Hull

Plough Inn

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Avon Valley Inn

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FABBA Performance ON APRIL 6th, 1974, a relatively unknown Swedish group won the Eurovision Song Contest with a song titled ‘Waterloo’. ABBA had arrived, and the rest is history. By 1982 it was all over. Even though ABBA ceased to record or tour together, their music continued to entertain, to enthrall, to inspire. The countless hits have transcended time to remain as popular today as they were when first released, in some cases more so. The movies Muriel’s Wedding and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert both featured ABBA’s music and won the group whole

new generations of fans. The opening of the musical and the movie versions of Mamma Mia! have audiences dancing in the aisles, reliving memories… and for some, discovering the ABBA sound for the first time. FABBA will take you on a musical journey when life was as good as an Abba song and the only way to travel was on the Priscilla Bus… from Eurovision to Mamma Mia to the Abba phenomenon with all the songs, costumes and comedy combined into one FABBA-ulous show!

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The Group is performing at Tea Gardens Country Club on Saturday 20 April. FABBA is a popular corporate & International act comprising of professional musicians and musical theatre performers. They are represented in the States by the Don Casino Agency and work regularly on the American cruise ships. While they are dedicated to replicating

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the Abba sound, they were inspired to add the theatrics and modern style to the songs as seen in the musical/movie “Mamma Mia” FABBA will take your audience on a fantastic journey to places even the Priscilla bus hasn’t been! Finally a Tribute Show that will change the way you think, the way you feel and most importantly… the way you dress!

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bushland and the gardens. A sleek white high gloss kitchen, with charcoal work spaces offers a breakfast bar, plenty of drawers & a there’s a butler’s pantry. The butler’s pantry provides additional space and concealed plumbing for the washing machine, access to the outdoors & a doggy door. Alfresco dining is undercover and overlooks the pond, the bush, and the native wildlife, including birds, micro-frogs, kangaroos and wallabies. Comfortably seating 8-10, the current owners also have a spa & a seating area around the chimenea. There’s plenty of opportunity to entertain the family and friends. The gardens are mature and lovingly maintained. A double garage with internal access and side access for additional screened parking for the boat or caravan. This property has been reduced to sell, so call Century 21 on 02 49972554 to arrange an inspection.

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of avocados each year, pawpaw, lemon, lime, crepe myrtle and golden panda trees. A large garage / workshop / studio has been purpose built out the back for extra room. The master bedroom comes with a large wir and ensuite, three other bedrooms plus the second bathroom are accessed by a hallway which can be closed off from the rest of the house. The laundry has a large amount

of built in storage and outdoor access. Also included is reverse cycle air conditioning, an in ground automatic watering system, security alarm, Basix tank system connected to the toilets, laundry and yard taps and the home is NBN ready. For more information contact Stuart Sinclair at Ray White Tea Gardens Hawks Nest on (02) 4997 9022 or 0488 133 998.

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2 BURIAL plots, side by side, in good position at Anna Bay Lawn Cemetery. A good fair price. Ph John on 0409498493.

BEALE Pianola plus rolls. Very good condition, plays well. Great fun for parties. Piano would suit keen pianist or beginner. $800. ph.49971110.

DINING table solid wood seats 6. no chairs $200. ono. 0414561372

GOLF Buggy electric $250. Set LH clubs $150, RH $150 . Ph 49810798 GOLF Clubs, Wilson staff ci7 irons fybrid woods burner driver bag and buggy $130. Ph 0411280708

OUTDOOR setting for sale. Solid teak table & 6 chairs with seat and back cushions. New, never used. Includes an all-weather ventilated cover. $1,575 ono. Contact Christina 0409537 363

ROUND tile table, large. 4 chairs. Indoor/ outdoor. Bought for $1,300 but will sell for $500. 49819926.

DINING table - Antique Oak, $150 Antique Oak sideboard with mirror, $300.Both in good cond. 49828689

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.

DINING set, timber extendable, 4 seats. $275ono. 0417445490

GRAMOPHONE wind up, good working cond, needles available. $500. Phone 0427704592

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PANASONIC FX600 55 Inch LED TV New In Box Unwanted Exchange $900 ONO 49970051

ELECTRIC Wheel Chair Invacare TDXSP. Tilts, reclines & elevates. GC. 3 y/o. $23,000 new. No longer needed. $3,900ono. Phone 0427 974 136.

HAFCO Wood Lathe 900mm bed cast iron mount on heavy duty cast iron base chistles included $600. 49872338

Garage Sale HAWKS Nest, 7 Jacabba St. Furniture & household goods. All must be sold. 8am Sat 20/4. NELSON BAY, 10 Pirralea Parade. Monster garage sale. 2 garages to choose from. Something for everyone. Fri/Sat/ Sun 8am start. TEA Gardens, 22 Leeward Cct. Sat 20/4. 7:30am - 3pm.

2 KING sgle beds, matress & base. $60 0425269529

BEACH Rollers for Catamaran - As new, little use. $300ono 0425 212 017

3 SEATER LOUNGE GC, $350 ono. Blue club chair $50. Simpson Washing Machine, 4kg, 3 star rating $75. Travel cot $75. Ph 0410906260

BRAND new boys joggers and school shoes sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. $5.00 - $25.00 4982 8922

ANTIQUE Rocking Horse. Wood and horse hair. $150 ONO 0430363046

BEDROOM suite, king size, Corinthian white gloss. Incl: base, head, two bedside tables, tall boy & chest of drawers.Exc. cond. $950 0419219485

Wanted to Rent COVERED storage space in the Tomaree area. 6m x 6m. 0418687531

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For Sale 1.5Kw system complete with 9 panels and inverter $950 ono. 9 Yrs old & still producing at full capacity – see it working. Approved installers will be in the Tea Gardens area in 4-6 weeks installing new solar systems and could install this system for you. Contact Christina 0409 537 363

ASHFORD Spinning Wheel $60.LCARDER D SO Albert, old $40. Royal English rose, 11 pieces $200. 4997 0266.

BLINDS Roller. As New. 2x Beige Width 2079 x Drop 2310 meters. 2x Roller Blinds Beige Width 996 x Drop 2310 meters. 5x Roller Blinds Beige Width 1486 x Drop 1460 metres. $90 for the lot or less individually. 0427 307 580

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BBQ matador Functional 6 burner with Side pot cooker, gas Bottle, tools and manuals. Almost new. $850 ono. 49198044

BOAT Cabin matresses. New. Suit cabin cruiser, $80 ono 0418407616

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BOSCH Biscuit Joiner as new, little use cost $525, sell $250 4987 2338

BILLIARD Snooker table. Full size with all acc. $5000 0409496795

BRICK elevator, gd cond. $500. 0419562678

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CHEF Stove Exc Condition $150 0499 058 266

Mumm’s on the Myall 46 Marine Drive, Tea Gardens Call or Text Jenna - 0419 135 674

CLUB car electric, old but good $1400 ONO 0427 002 593

FISH Tank 1.4m x .5m x .5m. light, filter, pipework. $200ono 0425 212 017 FRIDGE, Westinghouse As new, perfect cond. $290. Ph 0417 442 115 FRIDGE Samsung, Side by side 594L good working condition $350 0439662037 CLASSIFIEDS in the News Of The Area ads@mcnota.com.au Email for Price & Proof

FRONT door fly screen, heavy duty fancy shell motive, with key. $220 0427 704592 GENERATOR & Inverter. 3500W. Puresin Wave. New in box . $750 ono 0418407616 GOLF cart, electric, Wet weather covers $2,500 49972826 Or 0419259655 GOLF Clubs. Mens Cobra Fly/ Z / XL, Regular Flex Shafts, Sand Iron to 4 Iron,2 yrs old,Little use. $300 ono 0447622083

MATERIAL for curtains White. Good quality. Make an offer. 49972317 MICROWAVE, Breville BM0634. VG cond. $60 ono. Located Medowie. Ph 0422 070 333.

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HAIER 422lt fridge/ freeze $175 ono Whirpool 220lt fridge/ freezer $90 ono 0402 309 584

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

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

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LADDERS alum. 1 x Bailey 900mm, single sided, $30. 1 x 900mm Rhino dbl sided $50. 1 x 1800mm single sided $35. 4987 2338.

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PETROL leaf blower STIHL BR200 backpack very good condition $250 ph 0416 214 087 PIPE cutter, qtr”-2”, cap number 20, millerchip. $25. 4987 2338 PRAM, Mamas & Papas Urbo. Purple. 4 yo. Hidden insect net. Adjust. handle. $150 ono. Medowie. 0422 070 333. PIPE threader, ½”- ¾”, in 2 & 3 qtr stock, 2ft 4” long. $30. 4987 2338

MOBILITY scooter pride quest folding travel scooter LLDLDD Brand O SOO $3000. New SS paid Sell $2000 ONO. Ph 4982 1706

POOL table slate $1300. GC, balls, cues. 0418275298.

MOBILITY Scooter, Walk-on-Wheels. New batteries, $500. Bobs Farm. 4982 1706.

PUMP, spearpoint DAB 240v 2hp s/ D steel mount gal. Lplate SO foot valve. cover and $500ono 0418408106

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

OMRON elect nerve stimulator HB-F28 handheld GC $50. Hairdryer, GC plus travel size curling wand, never used $30 for both. S/Bay. Ph 49846079.

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TRAMPOLINE 14ft. VG condition. Buyer to disassemble. Located 12 Mile Creek. $120 ono. Ph 0415 419 741. TREK dog trailer registered TBO3VE, 4 berth, lift top, rack insert, front storage bin $3,200 0448554717 VACUUM, robotic. Russell Hobbs brand. Unwanted Raffle prize. RRP $800. Will sell for $575 0249846701

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MAHOGANY High quality dining table with six refurbished chairs and matching sideboard Make an offer. Light brown elegant Lounge suite - 2 armchairs and one 3 seater Matching Lamp and Oak Coffee table Sell as a set - make an offer. Also grey metal filing cabinets, 3 drawers $40 each. 2x bookshelves timber $50 each. 49972294 Hawks Nest

2016 Ezytrail Camper D Trailer. Heaps OL of extras. $16,500 S 0414387688

CARAVAN 17.5ft Crusader Pop Top 2000 Good cond. dble bed. full front kitchen, 2annexesOL1D mesh, S and annex new awning floor TV DVD. Extra fridge Instant hot water to sink.

VW T5 LWB Trakkadu Campervan 2.5TDI 6sp auto, just 78000klms, cruise control, remote locking seats & sleeps 4. Fridge, sink, solar panels, HW rear shower, Fiamma awning, side and rear annexes. Kenwood media unit reversing camera, new f&r brakes, all books, top cond. ASA11J. $58,750. 0417821805.

BOAT 4.20m, fibreglass runabout, 75hp Suzuki motor, includes trailer. Rego - Boat 3/19. Trailer 11/19. Marine radio and sounder. $3,000 ono 0458385315

QUINTREX 460 Coast Runner BRAND NEW YAMAHA 50hp, 4 stroke. Fish finder, canopy safety jackets plus extras on a break trailer with electric winch. $19,450. 0419 212 863

FORD TERRITORY TS 2014, White. Diesel AWD. exc. condition. Fitted with tow bar & elec. brake cont. Only 56000km - dealer serviced. Reg until Jan 20.ALL19G. $19750ono 0407779237

OZITO Bench Saw $100. RYOBI Bench Grinder $60. RHINO Pedestal Drill $80. OZITO Cordless Drill & Battery $30. 2hp Tank Compressor $100. Stud Finder $20. Planer $80. Orbital Sander $40. Power Master Angle Grinder $60. Phone: 02 4981 0681 RYOBI electric blower, Bosch electric drill w/ 2 chargeable batteries Also lots of tools & Electrical equipment. 49820432 ROOF racks $100. Aluminium platform s (x2)120kg capacity $150 Hand tools $10. Two wooden planes $20. each 3 in 1 red spotlight $30. 2 rollaway beds $50 each. 6 power boards best offer. 49973143 SINGLE 2 Single bed and mattress $40. Electric recliner $350. Must sell. 49845586 CLASSIFIEDS ads@mcnota.com.au WOODEN bookcase, TV unit (incl TV). New Tall boy. Double sink. Make an Offer. 49972317

CLASSIFIEDS ads@mcnota.com.au 1999 15ft Evernew pop top caravan. Good cond. Twin LD beds. New SO awning. Mesh annexe. TV DVD $7,990 ono 0429495669 2008 Jayco Discovery 17ft pop top, single axle, roll out awning with side screen and LD single floor matting, SO beds, plus lots of extras. Cover incl. Exc condition $18,000 0419213767 AVAN Erin Mk11 pop top, 2006 17ft air con, solar, HWS, microwave, tv/video, cd/ radio, integrated blinds/ screens, island bed, privacy screens, roll out awning, many extras, VG cond. $18000 Ph: 0407301321 CARAVAN JAYCO 18ft POPTOP, excel cond. tandem axle, roll out awning, double bed, TV/ DVD, new fridge, stove, solar pwrd battery pack (new battery), 4 new tyres, Rego July 2019 $13,500 Ph 0417258244. CARAVAN vinyl folding D awning L 180x31x27 SO brand new $350 4982 1706

CAMPERVAN Mercedes Sprinter diesel 2002 Solar panels, shower, LD fridge, WC gasSO HW, tv, rear seat converts to DB. Good cond. $37,000 ono

CUB Camper Super Max Escape 2011 full annex, twin beds. Rego Aug 2019 $10,700 49872651 GOLDEN Eagle Grand Tourer 2005, rego 2/20 ex cond, complete with covered annex, 16,500. Ph 0429 617 664. JAYCO Designer 14ft Pop top, twin beds Full annex, rego, Tare weight 850kg Ready to go. $6,000 Ono 49923302 JAYCO Eagle 2013 Pop up camper. Roll out awning, annexe, innerspring mattress plus loads of extras. $19,000 0413950744 JAYCO Heritage 2004 22ft roll out awning, solar panels, ensuite, full annex, tv, air con w/mach., VG cond. Rego 5/19. $25,800 0433128949 POP top caravan 2003 Coromal Seka 505. 16’6”tare 1223 excel condition, island bed tv, dvd, stereo, led D lights full Sset OL privacy screens plus full annex plus sand mat, Bat pack & solar. rego 9/19, $12,500, phone 0429868565

Motorcycles HARLEY Low Rider 7th Mnth 84 Shovel motor excl cond nothing to spend $13,500 Ph 0499227821

CARIBBEAN Corsair 5m fishing boat 90hp outboard trailer, Bikini D top, fish finder, Safety OL gear,S $4,800 ono 49886058 HALF Cabin 4.9m 75hp Marina no rego. many extras. $7000 0431 751 651

ROB LEGG 28ft yacht f/glass, swing keel with 10hp merc + dingy moored in Salamander Bay. A1 cond. Many extras. $26,900. Ph Kevin 0418682806.

HAINS Hunter SLC 5.2 Half cabin. 115 hp Yamaha Motor. GPS, fish finder & lots of extras. $12,000 neg. 0414 737 347

SAVAGE 28 Flybridge 2x180hp diesels. Very economical, low hours. 2x GPS Sounders, radio, TV, H/C shower, toilet, loads of extras. $46k ono 49812669 0408494439

12FT tinny, rego 11/19. 9.8hp Tohatsu motor 4y/o. Homemade trailer, 12m rego. Oars & life jackets inc. $2,500. Ph 0417412161.

HOBIE 14 hulls, tramps, rudders, good condition can deliver $100 4981 7721 after 6pm

SONATA 7 Sleeps 4 adults, 2 children. New 0B 6HP 4 stroke, dingy and mooring. Lots of extras. $10,000 ONO 0407620320

MARICAT 4.2 hulls, tramps, rudders, good condition can deliver $100 4981 7721 after 6pm

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3 METRE tinnie. Comes with 5 h.p suzuki 4 stroke registered trailer, D oars, Sanchor and OL jackets. $750.00 call Ron on 0459 484 015.

PUNT, alum. 12ft, oars, sand anchor. In good condition, reduced to $800 ono Pindimar 0439919526

HARLEY 2007 Sportster 50th annv no 471 of 2000 world wide. As new cond & new battery $12,500 Ph 0499227821

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39FT Steel boat fitted out as Trawler or use for Pleasure boat. 4 bunks, shower, toilet. $70,000. 0407 777 592 ALUM tinny 4.3 Clarke abalone on good trailer 25hp mercury sea pro. ex cond low hrs plus extras. Needs paint. $2,800 ONO 49975756

ROYAL FLAIR 1993 16ft Pop top. Full stove, microwave, TV, annex, twin beds, rego. $6,500. Bobs Farm. 4982 1706.

QUINTREX 350 Dart 15hp motor, on D new trailer - all Lnear perfect SO cond. Has extras. $5,600 ono 49972345 QUINTREX 475 Bay Hunter Caprice boat and trailer 12/99 both in good condition, new canopy, trailer re built, 2018 Honda 60 h.p 4 stroke motor with extended warranty $14,750 0419282577

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

HOLDENCOLORADO LX 2014 Auto Diesel Cru Cab. Canapy, clear view mirrors, nudge bar, new tyres, May 20 rego. VGC. 167,000klm. $25,000. Ph 0434191487 BYO5ZY. HOLDEN Tigra 2006 Convertible. rego 4/19 Full service hist. 84,000k’s AYA19Q $7,000 ono. Phone 0433448988 HOLDEN Commodore 2003. 10mths rego. 311,000k’s. $1,200ono YPS481 0431026622 MAZDA MX5 1993, red, lovely original cond, hard top, power wind, a/c, Aug19 rego, Exc mech/tyres, Serv history 12yrs, Senior owner, $6590 CWC33L 49825513

2007 Holden Combo 165,000km good van. needs rego. $2,800 ONO BI14MZ Ph 0410 835 827

MERCEDES SLK230, auto, Kompressor coupe/convertible (metal folding roof) just 60,000klms, 2000 model, top cond, all books, careful lady owner. DCJ79Z. $18,750. 0417821805.

COMMODORE VS Ute, Auto, V6 cruise, ctl bucket seats, 1 owner, 107000kms, goes great. RWC. PWV949. $4,300. Ph 0408359593.

MITSUBUSHI Mirage, 2014. 49,000km, rego 1/20 new tyres, log books, manual, GC. CI87NF. $6,800. 0437 146 123

FORD Focus ‘12 blue, man, hatch, one lady owner, 68,700 km, reg to 06/19, excell cond, dealer logs, CQ86JO, $7,500 ono. Contact 0420400791

TOYOTA Yaris 1.5, auto sedan, 2006, 142000klm, a/c, p/ steer, cruise, arlm, 9/19 rego, as new, $6500, BGZ45W, 0407145366

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By Sonja EVANS Karuah Rugby League SATURDAY saw the Karuah Roos travel to Clarence Town to take on the Cobra’s. Game Day Sponsors were Hunter Quarries and Burgess Timber & Earthmoving. Claro kicked off and scored 3 tries with only one conversion in the first 25mins to take the score to 14/0. Then the Roos young gun Aiden Bills score and converted his try to take the score to Cobra’s 14 Roo’s 6. The Big Hitters for the Roo’s in the first half were James Foster, Jack Fleming, Simi Asomua, Jake Langdon, Tyson Peters, Ben O’Connor, Tim Johnson, Luke Wilson, David Dodd, Dwayne Fleming, Tom Banks, Ben Feeney, Mitch Napier, Alex Munzer, Tama Riordan and Jack Croese. Claro score again 18/6. The Runners in the first

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The second half saw the Cobra’s score in the first few minutes with a conversion 24/12. 5 minutes later another young gun Jack Fleming was over for the Roo’s to take the score to Claro 24 Karuah 16.

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