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CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH of Christ, Orr Street, Yarrawonga. Church Contacts, Phone Trevor 5744 3749 or Ken 5744 2462. Sunday Worship 10.15am. IGNITE Life Church (an ACC Church) 6 Melaleuca Street, Yarrawonga. Ps Keith Walters (03) 5743 2135. Family Service Sunday 10am. Ignite Christian Bookstore open Fridays 10am-2.30pm. PRESBYTERIAN Church, Orr Street, Yarrawonga. Rev. Paul Seiler (03) 5721 6444. Sunday: 8.45am except 1st Sunday of each month: 11.00am. SACRED Heart Catholic Church, Witt Street, Yarrawonga. Fr. Steve Bohan. (03) 5744 3030. Saturday: Vigil Mass 6.30pm. Sunday: 10am. Tungamah 8.30am. Weekdays: Tuesday 5.30pm (winter 5pm), Wednesday 9am, Thursday 9am, Friday 12noon. ST Andrew’s By The Lake Anglican Church, Melbourne St, Mulwala. Rev. Val Elson (03) 5744 2211. The Saturday before the first Sunday of the month - Service is at 6pm followed by a meal. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays: 9am. ST ANDREW’S Uniting Church, Tom Street, Yarrawonga. Rev. Gereldine Leonard. (03) 5744 3029. Sunday: 9.30am. Bundalong: 1st & 3rd Sundays 8am. Tungamah: 2nd Sunday 11am. 4th Sunday 8am. ST. Brigids Catholic Church, Havelock Street, Mulwala. Father John McGrath. Phone 5744 3563. Weekend Mass times: 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays 8am. 2nd and 4th Saturday night 6pm. ST Cuthbert’s Anglican Church, Piper Street, Yarrawonga. Rev Michael Jones 5744 3045. Sunday services: Yarrawonga 7am and 10am. St James 1st and 3rd Sundays 8.30am. Weekdays: Wednesday 10am.
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MEALS ON WHEELS
Meals on Wheels YARRAWONGA 3rd-7th December Church of Christ
10th December Ross & Marg Galvin 11th December PALS GROUP 12th December VOLUNTEER REQUIRED 13th-14th December PALS GROUP MULWALA 3rd December Ross & Marg Galvin 4th December Lorraine Butler & friend 5th December VOLUNTEER REQUIRED 6th December Lorraine Butler & friend 7th December PALS GROUP 10th-14th December St Andrews Anglican Church
Weekend RosteR YaRRa/Mul Saturday 8th December Sue Howell Sunday 9th December Alex Brook Saturday 15th December Sue Howell Sunday 16th December Sue Howell Office HOurs Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm – Volunteer Coordinator – Moira HealthCare Alliance 1300 655 372 or 03 5742 1111.
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Sun 9th December PharmacY Pharmacy on Belmore 10:30am to 12:30pm
BURKETT William (Bill) Passed away peacefully on 2 December 2012, after a short illness with M.N.D. Loved and cherished husband of Helen. Forever in my heart.
MIDDLETON Marjorie November 13th 1916. November 29th 2012. Late of Woods Point Aged Care Yarrawonga, formally of Bathurst. Loved wife of the late Reg. Loving Mother and Mother-in-law of Kevin and Jenny, Margaret and Bill, Phil and Jenny. Adored Nan of 7. Great Granny of 12. Thanks Mum. Heartfelt thanks to Marita and her staff for the respect and care they gave to our Mum during the time she spent at Woods Point.
LOUGHREY The funeral of the late Mrs Vera Loughrey will be held in the Chapel of Ya r r a w o n g a - M u l w a l a Funerals, 67 Ely Street Yarrawonga on Thursday December 6th 2012 at 1.30pm. Private Cremation No flowers by request in lieu donations to the Cancer Council Victoria would be appreciated. Envelopes available at the Chapel. R S L Members are respectfully invited to attend. YARRAWONGA-MULWALA FUNERAL SERVICES Brian & Betty Bouchier 5743 2967 A.F.D.A.
DURNFORD, Joan Passed away November 29th 2012 at home aged 87 years. Dearly loved wife of the late Ron. Ever loving mother of Glenn and Tracey. Friend of Steve. Treasured Nanna of Bree, Carly and Hayley. ~~~~~ Dear Mum, You are finally at peace now and reunited with Dad. Give him a kiss from me. Thank you is not enough. You chose me. You gave me life and unconditional love that only a mother and daughter can share. Love you forever and more. - Tracey. ~~~~~ Dear Mum and Nanna Miss you already. Sleep peacefully Love Glenn and Hayley. ~~~~~ Dear Nanna We will cherish forever in our hearts, the love, laughter, and great times we had. Sorry for all the tricks we played on you. Thank you for being our Nanna. Love you forever - Bree and Carly. YARRAWONGA-MULWALA FUNERAL SERVICES Brian & Betty Bouchier 5743 2967 A.F.D.A. LOUGHREY The family of Vera Jessie Loughrey (who passed on the 1st December 2012) would like to thank all the nursing staff at Warrina and the Yarrawonga Hospital for the kindness and dedication shown to our Mother. Thank you all. Wayne, Lance and Rhonda and Rosemary along with Grandchildren and GreatGrandchildren.
LOUGHREY – Vera Jessie 174273 RAAF The President, Committee and Members of YarrawongaMulwala RSL Sub-Branch mourn the passing of esteemed member Vera, and offer sincere condolences to the family Lest We Forget
POLL Janice, April 4th 1961 - November 19th 2012. Janice worked with us at Karana for 18 years. She delivered quality care to the highest level to all those she cared for. Always going that extra mile. Her dedication and devotion to her residents was unsurpassed and loyality to Yarrawonga Health and those that she worked with side by side each day unwavering. Janice is and will be sadly missed. Deepest sympathy to Jess and Nathan. Work Colleagues and Friends at Karana. R.I.P. SHARP Ken Gone driving somewhere out the back of beyond. Catch you out there later - Robbo. Sympathy to Heather and Jason.
FUNERAL NOTICES BURKETT. The funeral of the late Mr William Burkett will be held in the Chapel of YarrawongaMulwala Funerals, 67 Ely Street Yarrawonga on Wednesday December 5th 2012 at 10.30 am.
MIDDLETON The funeral of the late Mrs Marjorie Middleton will be held at St. Cuthberts Anglican Church, Piper Street, Yarrawonga on Friday, December 7 2012 at 1.30pm. Private Cremation YARRAWONGA-MULWALA FUNERAL SERVICES Brian & Betty Bouchier 5743 2967 A.F.D.A.
IN MEMORIAM PROBERT Adam 10/9/1964 - 6/12/2011
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Today is remembered and quietly kept. No words are needed, we will never forget. Always loved, sadly missed. Your loving family. Mum, Sass and Paul, Matt, Lisa, Bri, Ellie and Jemma Rose.
PROBERT, Adam Our thoughts are with you always, especially our happy times together. - Bev and Laurie.
Dr. Amanda Wheaton Dr. Helen Wallace Dr. Dot Brodie
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Private cremation R S L Members are respectfully invited to attend. No flowers by request. In lieu donations to the Motor Neurone Disease Society would be appreciated. Envelopes available at the Chapel. YARRAWONGA-MULWALA FUNERAL SERVICES Brian & Betty Bouchier 5743 2967 A.F.D.A..
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Matt & Bron Mobile Butcher & Coolroom Hire Yarrawonga & District From your paddock to plate (03) 5744 3186 0439 611 149
Yarrawonga Podiatry 38 Hovell Street, Yarrawonga (directly behind Terminus Hotel) Appointments can be made by calling 0459 038 069 David Woodburn Podiatrist
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IT’S TIME NOW Summer is around the corner Time to service evaporative coolers to ensure a hassle free year $50 service plus parts Small plumbing jobs done Registered plumber 10 years experience Phone Chris 0488 590 212
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PAINTER and decorator. All work guaranteed. Over 30 years experience. Free quotes. Phone: 0419 571 119
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HORSE ARENA HIRE 60m x 40m fully fenced sand arena with lights can be hired for general training, clinics or any other purpose approved by the owner. Casual Riding: $20 p/hr first horse, then $10 per horse after that. Full Day: $150 for the first 10 horses, then $10 per horse after that. Pony Club or Adult Riding Club enquiries welcomed Cedar Park Horse Hotel – Shelley Shipton 88 Ryans Road Yarrawonga Vic 3730 Ph: (03) 5743 2500 or 0418 548 872 www.cedarparkhorsehotel.com email: email@example.com
For local, personalized & private fittings contact Sue. Stockist of Ph: 0438 617 388 Amoena, Tru Medicare Reimbursement available Life & ABC
PUBLIC NOTICES APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS OF DIRECTORS OF HEALTH SERVICE, RURAL HOSPITAL, HEALTH PURCHASING VICTORIA AND AMBULANCE VICTORIA BOARDS The Minister for Health, the Hon David Davis MP, is pleased to invite applications for part time board positions of public health services, rural public hospitals (including multi purpose services), Health Purchasing Victoria and Ambulance Victoria Boards with terms of office commencing from 1 July 2013. These positions provide an exciting opportunity for suitably qualified and experienced persons to contribute and provide high level advice on the delivery of public health care to the Victorian community. Guidelines for applicants, application forms and terms and conditions of appointment are available for downloading from http://www.health.vic.gov.au/ governance The Victorian Government is committed to ensuring that government boards and committees reflect the composition of the Victorian community. This includes appropriate representation of women, indigenous Victorians, young Victorians and Victoria’s culturally diverse community and Victorians living with a disability. Applications close at 5.00 pm Friday 11 January 2013. Metropolitan and regional health services, Health Purchasing Victoria, Ambulance Victoria Applicants for public health service boards (13 in Melbourne and six in regional Victoria), Health Purchasing Victoria Board and Ambulance Victoria Board are required to submit their completed application form and personal resume either post to: Applications Officer Service Performance and Governance Hospital and Health Service Performance Department of Health GPO Box 4541 MELBOURNE 3001
For further information contact the applications officer on 03 9096 8209. Applicants for Yarrawonga Health Applicants for Yarrawonga Health are required to submit their completed application form, personal resume and cover letter to the Mrs. Margaret Hauser, Chair, Selection Panel, Yarrawonga Health, 33 Piper Street, Yarrawonga, 3730. For further information contact the hospital or the relevant Department of Health Regional Office. DH Region Contact Barwon South-Western Jessie Suomalainen Gippsland John Worters Grampians Warren Anderson Hume Fallon Eyers Loddon Mallee Liz Cleary
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MoiraShire DECLARATION Lease to National Broad Band Network – Yarrawonga Telecommunications Tower Moira Shire Council proposes to enter into a lease agreement with the National Broadband Network Company to occupy part of the telecommunications tower and land located at 26-30 Belmore Street, L1 P147126, Yarrawonga.
This proposal is made under Section 190 of the Local Government Act 1989 (the Act) with submissions invited in accordance with section 223 of the Act. A person may make a written submission to this proposal. Submissions are to be received by no later than Friday 28 December 2012 and addressed to: The Chief Executive Officer, Moira Shire Council, PO Box 578, Cobram Victoria 3643. Any person making a submission is entitled to state in the submission that he or she wishes to appear in person, or to be represented by a person specified in the submissions, at a meeting to be heard in support of the submission.
Mulwala Water Ski Club wishes to advise that La Porchetta – Mulwala will be closed for a private function 4pm till 11 pm on Sunday 9th December. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Fire Restrictions CFA and the DSE will be introducing Fire Restrictions (Fire Danger Period and Prohibited Period respectively) for all private land with in the municipalities listed below. The Fire Restriction Period will commence at 0100 hours on the date shown and unless varied by a subsequent declaration, will end at 0100 hours on 1st May 2013. Municipality
Date of Commencement
City of Greater Shepparton
City of Wodonga
Falls Creek Resort Management Board
Mt Buller & Mt Stirling Resort Management Board
Mt Hotham Alpine Resort Management Board
Shire of Alpine
Shire of Indigo
Shire of Mansﬁeld
Shire of Mitchell
Shire of Moira
Shire of Murrindindi
Shire of Strathbogie
Shire of Towong
Rural City of Benalla
Rural City of Wangaratta
Please note that copies of submissions (including submitter’s names and addresses) will be made available at the Council or special committee meeting at which the above proposal will be considered. The Council is also required to make submissions available for public inspections for a period of twelve months.
Certain restrictions on the lighting of ﬁres are in force during the Fire Restriction Period. Information about ﬁre restrictions within the Country Area of Victoria can be obtained from www.cfa.vic.gov.au, your local CFA District Ofﬁce or Municipal Fire Prevention Ofﬁcer.
For further enquiries, please contact Manager Governance Bruce Berg von Lindhe on (03) 5871 9222.
Mick Bourke Alan Goodwin
Information about ﬁre restrictions within the Fire Protected Area can be obtained from www.dse.vic.gov.au or your local DSE Fire District Ofﬁcer. Chief Executive Ofﬁcer – CFA Chief Ofﬁcer Fire & Emergency Management – DSE
Gary Arnold Chief Executive Officer
BOAT LICENCE COURSE (Vic)
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HEALTH Yarrawonga Health is seeking Expressions of Interest from interested community members to become a member of our Cultural, Diversity & Consumer Committee. If you are interested, please forward a short Curriculum Vitae and application letter to the Chief Executive Officer by Monday, 14th January 2013. For further details, please view our website – www.yh.org.au under the heading of “Positions Vacant”. Should you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact Jen Sonneman, Executive Assistant on 5743 8130 or email email@example.com
GET YOUR BOAT OR JETSKI LICENCE BEFORE CHRISTMAS Corowa 11th Dec 5.30pm Don’t miss out book now 1300 889 321 abcboatlicence.com
$110 YARRAWONGA Wed 19th December, 6pm - 10.15pm Bookings essential Phone: 0417 524 005 Approved Marine Safety Vic. Course Australian Boating College. Provider #3399 COPYRIGHT It contravenes the Copyright Act to reproduce or to instruct other person to reproduce material printed in this newspaper without prior consent of the publishers. The said material being advertisements whole or part, artwork whole or part, photographs whole or part, headlines or body copy whole or part. It also contravenes the Copyright Act to reproduce any or part of the above material which has been altered in order to appear different from the original. Severe penalties can be incurred by infringement of the Act.
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PUBLIC NOTICES ALL WELCOME
Burramine Hall Community/Flood relief Christmas Party Burramine Hall Sat 15th Dec @ 6pm $5 adult/$10 Family BBQ provided Salad or sweet to share would be much appreciated! Santa/music/ giveaways!! RSVP Carol Lawless Ph: 0408 484 205
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Deadline Monday 3pm SITUATIONS VACANT Apprentice Powerline Worker - Cobram North Vic Electricity Services is a leading contractor in the electricity supply industry in Northern Victoria and is Powercor Australia’s Local Service Agent in the Cobram & Swan Hill areas. An excellent opportunity exists at our Cobram depot, for an enthusiastic, energetic and dedicated person to start a rewarding career with a progressive team orientated company. Powerline workers construct and maintain overhead and underground electrical lines and structures as well as being able to find and rectify faults on the electricity network. A Powerline Worker Apprenticeship is a structured program combining work and study that offers an exciting opportunity to commence a career in the electrical industry. Apprenticeships run for a 4 year period incorporating both formal and on the job training. Formal training entails a maximum of 8-10 weeks per year of schooling of which the final year is all on job. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be classified as a qualified trades person.
Benefits of a Powerline Worker apprenticeship include - Being paid while you learn and study on the job – Gaining a trade qualification that is recognised across the industry – Working outdoors away from the confines of an office – Starting a career in the electrical industry and obtaining full time employment. To apply you will need to have completed a minimum of year 11 with passes in both Mathematics and English (by the end of the school year) or TAFE students who are on track to completing a Training or pre-apprenticeship course. Ideally you will have an interest in power/ communications in the utilities sector. Candidates must be willing to work outdoors, on ladders, elevated work platforms (Cherry Pickers) and in all weather conditions. If you like working outdoors in a team orientated environment and have an interest in the electricity industry, becoming a Powerline Worker could be the career for you. Hand written applications, along with resumes should be sent to: The manager North Vic Electricity Services PO Box 64 Cobram, 3643 Or alternatively emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org On or before December 14, 2012
PRACTICE MANAGER/ DENTAL RECEPTIONIST
Our Yarrawonga Surgery is a friendly dental practice looking for an experienced dental assistant interested in front desk position and managerial role. Position will start from mid February 2013. • A minimum of 3 years experience in the dental industry • A positive, pleasant and professional phone manner Please submit your CV with at least two referees to email@example.com or call for an interview on 03 5743 3699.
FULL TIME STOREMAN
Sprayerbarn Yarrawonga seeks applications for the position of Full Time Storeman. The key requirements for this position are reliability, good interpersonal skills and a drivers licence. Experience in warehousing/retail industry, a forklift licence, and mechanical aptitude would be beneficial but not essential. Remuneration will be in line with the skill set of the successful applicant. An immediate start would be desired. Applications close: Friday 7th December 2012 Please forward applications to: Shane Cummins Sprayerbarn PO Box 542 11 South Road Yarrawonga Vic 3730 Ph: (03) 5743 1610 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Timber Yard Assistant
Mulwala Elderly Citizens Village Inc
You can be part of the Moira team and develop your career with an innovative leader committed to delivering excellent services.
Risk Management and Audit Officer
Job No: 380001R Salary: $49,672 p.a. plus 9% super Hours: Temporary Full Time 38 hours per week (Up to 12 Month Maternity Leave) You will be working within a small team as a Risk Management and Audit Officer to perform a variety of roles within Council’s risk management department. The successful applicant will conduct insurance claim investigations, internal auditing and maintain Council’s risk register. Other responsibilities will include the preparation of timely written reports about insurance and risk matters. The position involves working with all departments within Council and requires proven written and verbal communication and strong time management skills. This position is being re-advertised. Previous applicants need not re-apply. Applications clearly stating the job number and addressing the key selection criteria need to be received at the Municipal Service Centre in Cobram by 5pm Friday 14 December 2012 via post PO Box 578 Cobram VIC 3643, email email@example.com or fax (03) 5872 1567. Position descriptions are available at www.moira.vic.gov.au, and all enquiries should be directed to our Human Resource Department on (03) 5871 9222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Moira Shire Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers flexible work arrangements in a familyfriendly work place. Gary Arnold Chief Executive Officer
Wanted for busy holiday park in Mulwala for December/January period with possibility of ongoing work. For more information please phone
03 5743 2888
Casual person required for busy Café, must be available weekends, experience preferred. Junior required for Saturdays and Holidays. Phone Nicki 5743 3069
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Consultants needed $600-12hrs work (com. based) • Flexible Hours • Training and Support • Vehicle Required Christine 0404 046 858
Pharmacy Assistant Required Experience preferred Full Time Ph:
Casual Position Weekends, alternate shifts Timber knowledge an advantage Computer use Training provided Email resume permewanstrade @iinet.com.au Ph 03 5743 2678 LOST & FOUND LOST - Rose coloured cardigan on November 12 in Yarrawonga / Mulwala area. Long sleeves with buttons. Phone: 0467 405 298
Applicants for Rental Accommodation within the Mulwala Elderly Citizens Village Inc. in Hume Street, Mulwala are currently available. To receive an application form please contact: Mr Micheal Mullarvey, Secretary of MECV Inc. on 0357442331 or email email@example.com or post to: PO Box 19, MULWALA NSW 2647
ACCOMMODATION AVAILABLE RSL HOUSE 28 Piper Street, Yarrawonga • Close to shops, medical clinic, hospital • Full board, reasonable rates • Suit retired persons or couples • Non RSL may apply For further information contact Tony Nieuwenhout 0419 787 048
READERS BARGAINS XMAS gift bags assorted designs 18 small 50 cents each, 4 large $1 each - brand new. 0429 616 007.
17 Curtois Street Yarrawonga, Saturday 8th December, 8am 1pm.
2 Heyington Place, Yarrawonga. Saturday 8th December. 8.00 am start. Deceased estate furniture, bric-a-brac and plants. 17 Zorro Drive, Yarrawonga. Saturday 8th December 2012, 8am - 12pm.
READERS BARGAINS DOONA Cover plus pillow cases 208cm x 240 cm shades blue brand new $14 ono. Ph: 0429 616 007. 6 flowering hydrangea, $5 each and 8 shrimp plants, $4 each. Ph: 5743 1031. 5 foot high fully decorated Christmas tree includes lights, $35 from Wednesday, ring after 6pm - 5744 1687. GARDEN pond, round 3ft across x 1ft deep fibreglass very good condition $45. Ph 5744 0214. MULTI purpose ladder new $25.00, convection oven $15.00, spade mattock hedge clippers $5.00. Ph 5744 1656. PORTA cot, steelcraft dark blue, wheelable, clean, excellent condition. Hardly used. $55 neg. Deb - Ph 5744 2857 / 0409 969 567.
OPEN house boat / Pontoon boat. All new boat, motor and trailer. 9x5 metres with fold down sides. $59,000 view online at BoatPoint. com.au by entering SSE-AD-957556 under advanced search or phone (03) 9907 0855.
CARAVANS & TRAILERS
23 Anchorage Way, Yarrawonga, Saturday 8th December. 8.30 am 1.00 pm.
59 Ely Street, Yarrawonga. Saturday 8 December. 9.00 am 1.00 pm. Household goods.
- Mower, Linetrimmer and Hedgetrimmer. Normally $1727
inc gst ONLY AT WANGARATTA SAW AND LAWMOWER
DISCOUNT POOLS Factory 2 U prices 5mt to 24mt
0439 421 335 JOHN DEERE – RIDE ON MOWERS Starting at ONLY $2,800 inc FREE $100 fuel card with each purchase Only at
Wangaratta Saw and Lawnmower Service 22a Tone Road 03 5721 3310 wangsaw.com.au
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JAYCO Songbird camper van, 6 berth, annex, gas/ elect fridge, gas stove, Vic reg. VGC, $3,200 ono. Phone: 0418 396 356.
FOR SALE 2 full sets of Mens lefthanded golf clubs and bag $100 each. Ladies right-handed golf clubs, bag and buggy $150. 2 carry bags $50 each. Men’s golf shoes - size 9 and Ladies golf shoes size 7 $20 each. Phone 5744 3702. HONDA - Mowers 19M and 19K all $100 off. 4 stroke - 4 year warranty. Only from the home of HONDA. Wangaratta Saw and Lawn 22a Tone Road Phone: 5721 3310. HONDA - LOOK HERE Hedgecutters were $849 - 4 only at $739 inc. 4 stroke - 4 year warranty. Only from the home of HONDA. Wangaratta Saw and Lawn 22a Tone Road Phone: 5721 3310. HONDA - Linetrimmers were $369. Out they go $299. 4 stroke - 4 year warranty. Only from the home of HONDA. Wangaratta Saw and Lawn 22a Tone Road Phone: 5721 3310. POOL fence, 26m comp, $300. Security gate, $200. 11/2” Austral pump, as new, $300. Sand filter, $200. Creepy Crawley, $200. Phone: 5862 2275. TRUNDLE bed, black metal, very good condition. Foam mattresses. $160. Ph: 5873 4490 (Barooga). YAMAHA Golf Cart - side curtains, new battery $2400. Ph: 0429 441 819.
HARLEY Davidson 1994 Fat Boy, 1340cc, less than 30,000kms, many extras, immaculate condition, rego exp, VIN 1HD1BML13PY040724 RWC supplied. $15,100 ono. Phone: 0407 272 372.
YAMAHA Pee Wee 50 Motorbike. As new, hardly used. Great Christmas present. $1050. Ph 0428 441 009.
Kaine’s Detailing & Auto Trim Selling your vehicle? First have it Fully detailed by the experts Shed 2 Lot 2 Acacia St Yarrawonga
0407 819 021
1998 Ford Laser GLI Sedan, Registered & No: PHA 600. Damaged with a good drive train and interior. $1000 Phone 03 5743 2281.
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Development Matters... DEVELOPMENT CONSENTS Public notice is given pursuant to Section 101 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act, 1979, that the Corowa Shire Council has granted development consent in respect of the following developments. The consents are available for public inspection, without charge, at the Corowa Shire Council Chambers, 100 Edward Street, Corowa between the hours of 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday: DA NO. 2011/160 2012/214 2012/220 2012/233 2012/238
ADDRESS 223 Sanger Street, Corowa 122 Pearce Street, Howlong 109 Hume Street, Corowa 102 Jude Street, Howlong 130 Pearce Street, Howlong
APPROVED WORK 7m high sign 2 Lot Subdivision Strata Subdivision Shed 2 Lot Subdivison
NOTICE OF PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS In accordance with Council’s Public Notification Policy regarding Development Applications, the following are hereby listed for public comment. Plans relating to these proposals may be inspected in the Council’s Planning Department during normal working hours. DA NO. ADDRESS 2012/157/001 70 Read Street, Howlong
ZONING General Residential R1
General Residential R1 Infrastructure SP2 Office additions Water Treatment Plant Low Density 4 Lot Subdivision Residential General Residential R1 Boundary Adjustment General Canopy Extension Industrial IN1 General Residential R1 Shed
2012/247 2012/249 2012/250 2012/251 2012/252
65 Havelock Street, Mulwala 333 Honour Ave, Corowa 1-4 Hughes Ct, Corowa 33-39 Kennedy St, Howlong 23 Headerworld Ave, Corowa 55 Colless St, Mulwala
PROPOSED WORK Modification of Consent Community Title Subdivision Dual Occupancy
Any person may make a submission on the proposal within a period of seven (7) days from the date of this notification. Persons making a submission are required to comply with Section 147(5) of the Environmental Planning Assessment Act (Political Donations & Gifts Disclosure Statement). Forms are available from Councils’ administration offices. PESTICIDE NOTIFICATION PLAN The following areas will be sprayed for Noxious Weeds during December 2012 and January 2013: • Howlong, Balldale, Daysdale, Wangamong, Rennie, Savernake, Mulwala, Coreen, Buraja, and Corowa. The following Noxious Weeds will be spot sprayed: • Chilean Needle Grass. • St John’s Wort. • Spiny Burr Grass. • African Boxthorn. • St Barnaby’s Thistle. • Silverleaf Nightshade. The following chemical will be used to treat the above weeds: • Roundup. • Brush Off. • Wetting Agent. For further information, please contact Council’s Noxious Weeds Officer, Mr Patrick Minogue on 0427929597 or 6033 8999.
TOURISM CUSTOMER SERVICE - COROWA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE PERMANENT PART TIME POSITION Applications are invited for a permanent part time Tourism Customer Service Officer 10-15 hours per week. If you are a motivated, community oriented individual who is passionate about tourism and would like to work as part of a busy team then this is the position for you! Candidates will be ideally experienced in working in a customer service role and have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills. Applicants should possess a high standard of word processing, data base, spreadsheet and desktop publishing computer skills. The position is based on a job share arrangement and will involve weekend and public holiday work. It will be located at the Corowa Visitor Information Centre, 100 Edward Street, Ball Park, Corowa. No formal qualifications are required, however, certificates in administration and/or information technology studies would be of assistance. Employment will be in accordance with the Local Government State Award 2010. This position is a Grade 2 in Council’s Salary System which ranges from $20.39/hr to $22.50/h depending on the skills, qualifications and experience of the applicant. The position description and application details can be viewed at Council’s website www.corowa.nsw.au or further information can be obtained by contacting Rachel Robinson-Minogue on (02) 6033 8974. Applicants should respond to the selection criteria detailed in the position description and two referees should be submitted with the application. Applications can be submitted to the Council’s PO Box address or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Applications close at 4.00 pm on Thursday 13th December 2012. MAINTENANCE PLANT OPERATOR MULWALA (RE-ADVERTISED) Applications are invited for the above position within the Water and Sewer operational staff at Corowa Shire Council. The successful applicant should have a MR Truck Licence and a Workcover Induction Card. The applicant will also be trained in Water and Sewer Treatment Plant Operations. The appointment will be in accordance with the Local Government State Award 2010 and Council’s policies and conditions of employment. The salary will be within the range of $848.00 to $936.30 per week depending on experience, plus standard allowances of $13.40. Operational staff work a 9 day fortnight with overtime when available. Details of qualifications, experience and two referees should be submitted with the application. Applications close at 4.00 pm on Thursday 13th December 2012 and are to be addressed to “Maintenance Plant Operator” Human Resources PO Box 77 COROWA NSW 2646 or email email@example.com A job description can be obtained by contacting (02) 6033 8903 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or on Council’s website: www.corowa.nsw.gov.au GENERAL MAINTENANCE OFFICER Applications are invited for the above position with the Corowa Shire Council. The successful applicant must have a MR Driver’s Licence, a Workcover Induction Card, welding and concreting experience. Carpentry qualifications would be desirable. The appointment will be in accordance with the Local Government State Award 2010 and Council’s policies and conditions of employment. The salary will be within the range of $882.90 to $1099.20 per week depending on qualifications and experience. Operational staff work a 9 day fortnight. Details of qualifications, experience and two referees should be submitted with the application. Applications close at 4.00 pm. on Thursday 13th December 2012 and are to be addressed to: HR Officer General Maintenance Officer Position PO Box 77 COROWA NSW 2646 or emailed to email@example.com A job description can be obtained by contacting (02) 6033 8903 or email hr@ corowa.nsw.gov.au or on Council’s website: www.corowa.nsw.gov.au
... Snippets Wednesday 5th December 2012 www.corowa.nsw.gov.au FOR SALE – CASE XL TRACTOR Council requests quotations for the purchase of a Case XL Tractor, good condition, build date 1998 and registered till August 2013. Specifications are available from Engineering Administration, Phone 02 6033 8960 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Written offers will be accepted until 4pm Thursday, 6 December 2012. Please call Chris Jackson on 0427 705 747 to arrange an inspection. COUNCIL MEETING Council’s December Ordinary meeting will be held on Tuesday, 18 December 2012 commencing at 9.30 am. Time is set aside in Council’s Ordinary meetings at 3.00 pm for residents wishing to make presentations to Council. To enable residents presentations to be listed in Council’s Agenda residents must advise the General Manager in writing by 5.00 pm on the Tuesday preceding the Ordinary meeting day of Council. CURRENT CONSTRUCTION WORKS Drainage works – Bridge Road Corowa Drainage works – Bangerang Park Corowa Gravel resheet and seal - Cotton St Corowa Gravel resheet - Narrow Plains Road Gravel resheet – Patterson’s Road Heavy patching – Boat Rock and Redlands Road VANDALISM Vandalism destroys community property. The destruction of community property costs ratepayers thousands of dollars annually. If you see acts of vandalism please report these actions to your local Police phone 02 60331144 (Corowa), 02 60265344 (Howlong), 03 57438099 (Mulwala) or Council on 02 60338999. FOR A BETTER COMMUNITY, REPORT AND PREVENT VANDALISM.
Council Contacts: Web: www.corowa.nsw.gov.au Email: email@example.com Corowa office: 02 6033 8999 100 Edward Street, Ball Park, Corowa Howlong office: 02 6026 5055 Mulwala office: 03 5744 3439 Emergency Number 1800 110088
Croquet chatter Borderline Touch Footy We realised that summer was definite- YMGCR dining room. It is a casual ly upon us as we all played croquet last dress day and the cost is $10pp. week in the 30+ degrees days. A lunchtime BBQ breakup for mem-
And now we are in the countdown to Christmas! How many sleeps? There will be no official playing of croquet after December 16 through to January 15, 2013, but members wishing to continue playing can make their own arrangements for the use of the lawns. Best wishes are sent to Marge Wales, who was a member of the club for many years. Marge is in Wangaratta Hospital and we hope that she will be home soon. A reminder to all members that the Christmas Social Day is to be held on December 11, commencing at 9.30am. After a morning of fun and friendship with visitors from other clubs, we will partake of a lovely luncheon in the
Multiple Scoregasms 10 def Ambo’s 5. Faculty 4 def Black Bull 3.
bers, their families and significant others only is to be held on Sunday, December 16. BYO meat and drink. We would love to see all our members there. Please ring Heather O’Dywer on 57443615 to confirm you attendance at either or both of these events. The president and committee wish all our members and readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We look forward to seeing you all back on the lawns in January. New members are always welcome. Make a trial of croquet a New Year Resolution! You may be surprised at the enjoyment you get from learning this game, played on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at 9am.
Semi-final to be played December 10: 1st (Jets) vs 4th (Multiple Scoregasms). 2nd (Lions) vs 3rd (Green St Hooligans). 5th (Faculty) vs 8th (Ambo’s). 6th (Black Bull) vs 7th (Bintangs). For the latest info and full fixture ‘Like’ us on Facebook by searching ‘Yarrawonga/Mulwala Touch Footy’ or visit www.sportingpulse.com.au.
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Blues 6 (M Comensoli 3, T Brown 2, M Stainer) def Thales 5 (J Lee 2, A Stainer 1, B Wright 1). MWSC 8 (J Wright 3, G Chappell 2, J Nelson 1) def CMCU 3 (D Bilston 2, L Cerra 1, G Cooper). Yarra 6 (J Francis 3, R Gerrett 2, P O’Dea 1) def Airways 5 (S Bilston 2, R Browning 1, B Carlin). Ladder Yarra Wang Cleaning Blues MWSC CMCU Thales Airways
24 – 37 16 – 36 16 – 36 12 – 35 12 – 29 4 – 33 ) - 24
Roos 3 (R McCarthy 1, M White 1) def CB 2 (M Duffy, P Patel 2). Cats 5 (A Boyd 2, M Miller 2) def Tigers (I Bond, J Cook). Ladder Cats Magpies Roos CB Tigers Saints Bombers
28 – 30 24 – 27 16 – 19 12 – 19 8 – 13 8 – 11 0–5
Green Street Hooligan’s Liam Russell and Mike Tabain.
Round 7 has set the scene for the semi final with the end of the rounds’ ladder positions confirmed.
Some surprising results and close games were played this week but the competition is not over by any stretch yet as teams get ready to battle for the C Grade Wingates – M Miller def I Bond, M trophy! All teams required 6pm for next week’s exciting semi-final night. Bring a chair and esky to enDuffy, L Forge, S Hemphill. McDonald’s – T Carroll def R Cook, joy the evening’s games. Jack Bassett def J Cook, M White def M Hemphill, N Soutter def M Duffy, R Round 7 results played December 3: B Grade Magpies 5 (Jack Bassett 2, Jason Bas- McLaughlin def J Ednie, J Forge def D Lions 7 def Bintangs 4. Jets 5 def Green St Hooligans 4. sett 2) def Saints (C Jones, S Ryan). Carmichael.
Paige Milne (Jets).