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MEALS ON WHEELS
CHURCH of Christ, Orr Street, Yarrawonga. Church Contacts, Phone Trevor 5744 3749 or Ken 5744 2462. Sunday Worship 10.15am.
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RYAN, Richard (Dick) 21.03.1910-08.07.2011 Passed away peacefully at Woods Point Aged Care. Aged 101 years. Dearly loved husband of the late Jessie. Loved father and father in law of Bernie and Anna, Noel and Isabelle, Pam and Jim Carson, and Richard (dec). Loved grandfather of 18, great grandfather of 57 and great great grandfather of 15. Rest in peace. ~~~~~ A very special Grandpa. Rest in peace grandpa. Love - Your New Zealand grandchildren.
D Y O R D Y E V I C (RHODES) Verity and Mick welcome their son REGGIE MARK 6lb14oz born on July 10, 2011 in Sydney.
IGNITE Life Church (an ACC Church) 6 Melaleuca Street, Yarrawonga. Ps Keith Walters (03) 5743 2135. Family Service 10.30am. 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 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 Andrew’s By The Lake Anglican Church, Melbourne St, Mulwala. Rev. Val Elson (03) 5744 2211. 1st Sunday: 11.15am. 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays: 9am. 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.
Yarrawonga: George Burdan & Ernie Ryan Mulwala 11th - 12th July VOLUNTEER REQUIRED 13th - 14th July Shirley Hargreaves 15th July VOLUNTEER REQUIRED 18th - 22nd July Yarrawonga: Bob & Maris Cook Mulwala Brian & Wilma Crosbie
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Sat 16th July Sue Howell Sun 17th July Sue Howell Sat 23rd July Briony Mackinnon & Delma Weygood Sun 24th July Briony Mackinnon & Delma Weygood Office HOurs Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm Coordinator – Alliance 1300 655 372 or 5742 1111.
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TAYLER. Heidi and Dave are proud to announce the arrival of their daughter BOBBIE LEA on June 26, 2011 at Wodonga 7lb10oz. A sister for Sam.
RYAN. Funeral Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Mr Richard Ryan will be offered at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Murphy Street, Yarrawonga on Wednesday July 13th 2011 at 2pm. The funeral will leave the church at the conclusion of Mass for the Yarrawonga Lawn Cemetery. YARRAWONGA-MULWALA FUNERAL SERVICES Brian & Betty Bouchier 5743 2967 A.F.D.A.
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BEGGS, Thelma. Alan, Ken, Graeme and families would like to give TREATMENTS AND COSTS special thanks to all Please note that acupuncture is included in family, friends and consultation costs. Cooinda for your care, kindness, flowers, cards, Initial consultation: $60 Pensioner rates phone calls, food$55etc. Please accept this as our Subsequent consultations: $55 personal thanks. $50 Pensioner rates
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TOOLE, Charles Maxwell. 21.4.1923 - 6.7.2011. Passed away peacefully. Devoted Husband of 65 years to Jean. Father to Judith, Laurie, Allan. Grandfather to Tara, Gavin, Naomi, Jemimah, Hannah. GreatGrandfather to Sean. We will miss you.
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ST Cuthbert’s Anglican Church, Piper Street, AFTER HOURS Yarrawonga.Rev Michael SERVICES Jones 5744 3045. WELCOME TO ACUHEALTH THERAPIES Sunday services: AcuHealth Therapies provides the utmost care Yarrawonga 7am and and professionalism to all our clients. Our aim is 10am. Tungamah 2nd, to ensure the best quality treatment, providing 4th and 5th Sundays the highest quality of product, service and advice in a professional, personal and 8.30am. St James 1st Medical clinic comfortable setting. and 3rd Sundays 8.30am. We focus on maintaining a high standard of Boomahnoomoonah 2nd Yarrawonga practice and therefore make every effort to and 4th Sundays ensure that all our patients are treated Denis Medical Group 11.45am. Weekdays: according to their signs and symptoms, resulting in specialised techniques and Wednesday 10am.
Yarrawonga Chronicle Pty Ltd, being the publisher of the Yarrawonga Chronicle is the owner of the copyright in all advertisements (including artwork) prepared by the servants and/or agents of the newspaper on behalf of its advertisers. Neither the newspaper’s advertisers nor any person on their behalf are authorised to publish, reproduce or copy in any manner, any of the said advertisements (including artwork) without the prior written licence of the newspaper.
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Dr Sharlane Aldover Acupuncture Herbal Medicine Massage (Bachelor of Chinese Medicine/ Human Biology) (CMRBV)(AACMA)
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EXHIBITION OF DRAFT COROWA LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN 2011 Pursuant to Section 66 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, the draft Corowa Local Environmental Plan (LEP) 2011 is exhibited for public comment from Wednesday 6 July 2011 to Friday 5 August 2011. The Draft LEP 2011 proposes changes that will impact on the types of development that can and cannot occur throughout the entire Corowa local government area. The Draft LEP 2011 is intended to replace the current Corowa Local Environmental Plan 1989 and Hume Shire Council Local Environmental Plan 2001. The Draft LEP 2011 implements the supporting information that was developed to guide future land use in Corowa Shire and is consistent with the new format for Local Environmental Plans required by the NSW State Government. The Standard Instrument – Principal Local Environmental Plan, a number of environmental planning instruments and Directions made under section 117 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 substantially govern the content and operation of the Draft LEP 2011. These documents form part of this exhibition. Any submissions made pursuant to section 67 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 should be made having regard to that fact. Copies of the Draft LEP 2011 and supporting documents may be viewed during normal office hours at: Council’s Administration Office 233 Honour Avenue, Corowa General information will also be on display at the following locations throughout the Shire: Mulwala Library Howlong Resource Centre Corowa Library Full copies of all relevant information can be found at Council’s Administration Office in Corowa or on Council’s Website www.corowa.nsw.gov.au. During the exhibition period, public information sessions are being held to address any questions from members of the community and to outline the changes proposed. The information sessions will be held as follows: Mulwala Civic Centre Howlong Community Hall Corowa Oddfellows Hall
6:00 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm
Thursday 14 July 2011 Monday 18 July 2011 Wednesday 20 July 2011
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Channel Attendant West Corurgan P.I.D. is seeking to appoint a Channel Attendant to assist in service delivery in the Daysdale – Oaklands end of the system. It is desired but not essential that applicants reside in the Daysdale/Oaklands area. Previous experience is preferred but not essential as all applicants will be considered on merit regardless of age or gender. Applicants will need to be in sound physical condition and possess a current driver’s licence. An attractive salary package and benefits are attached to the position. If you desire to join a small efficient and dedicated team, in a friendly working environment, submit your application together with three references to sdickins@corurgan. com.au. Direct any inquiries to Stacey Dickins – Business Manager, West Corurgan P.I.D. on 03 5885 2392. Applications close 4:00pm Monday 18th July 2011.
GAIN WITH GRAIN 2011/12 HARVEST STAFF REQUIRED Oaklands/Yarrawonga GrainCorp is one of Australia’s largest agricultural supply chain and logistics companies. We operate 284 grain receival sites across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, where we receive and store grain for up to 10,000 growers. • Grain Operators • Grain Samplers • Site Managers • Weighbridge Clerks All successful applicants will be required to attend pre-harvest training days to be held during September 2011.
• Above award wages • Full time position • Exceptional opportunity to work in an award winning team • A broad range of tasks and challenging duties • Busy dynamic work environment NC Cabinets (formerly Nev’s Cabinets) is a full service design, manufacturing and installation company manufacturing a broad range of both residential and commercial projects. NC Cabinets is an award winning company with a reputation for quality workmanship, design and cutting edge innovation We are experiencing rapid growth and are looking for a suitable person to join our exceptional team as a Qualified Cabinet Maker If your profile includes: • • • • •
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Submissions relating to the Draft LEP 2011 must be in writing and should be addressed: General Manager Corowa Shire Council PO Box 77 Corowa NSW 2646
Marong East Zone Office: (03) 5483 9901
emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and titled Draft Corowa LEP 2011
Applications Close: Friday 19th August 2011
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All submissions must be lodged with Council by 4:00 pm, Friday 5 August 2011.
Note: It is a requirement for anyone making a submission that all Political Donations and Gifts made to a Councillor or Council employee are reported to Council by including a completed Disclosure Statement form. This form is available from Council’s Administration Office.
Please note that all submissions, including any personal information, will be publicly available documents. Please also note that references in this notice to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 are references to the provisions as they applied prior to 1 July 2009 as those provisions applicable to the making of the draft LEP 2011.
Enrolled Nurse and Personal Care Attendant
Position’s exist for motivated, flexible and suitably qualified Enrolled Nurses and Personal Carers to work in our 100 bed Aged Care facility – caring for both High and Low Care residents.
Bruce J Corcoran GENERAL MANAGER
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The role involves working closely with elderly people in a team environment, and would enable enthusiastic Enrolled nurses and Carers to expand on their skills, and take on new and challenging roles. Hours can be negotiated to suit the individual.
Advertisement must be submitted on the form below - no copies accepted. Maximum of 16 words - including phone number. Advertisement will only appear for the week it is submitted. Item or items not to exceed a total of $75. Business accounts not eligible. Does not include pets and livestock. Advertisement will appear under “Readers Bargains” heading.
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NC Cabinets (formerly Nev’s Cabinets) is a full service design, manufacturing and installation company manufacturing a broad range of both residential and commercial projects. NC Cabinets is an award winning company with a reputation for quality workmanship, design and cutting edge innovation We are experiencing rapid growth and are looking for a suitable person to join our exceptional team as a Receptionist/ Administration Assistant If your profile includes: • • • • •
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Yarra – Mul Taxis PART TIME POSITION FOR TAXI DRIVER
AGISTMENT available at Mulwala for up to 140 beef or dairy weaners. Excellent feed and facilities. Professional management. Phone: 0428 686 036.
Day, Night & Weekend shifts available. No experience necessary. Full training provided. Assistance will be given to obtain a taxi licence All enquiries phone
0458 330 269 HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION
Villa Tarni Water Front Resort
SHARE ACCOMMODATION 1 Room to rent, unfurnished with ensuite. $130 p.w. including bills. Phone: 0421 666 659.
PETS & LIVESTOCK BIRDS. Budgies, colours include aqua & lilac $12 each. Gouldian Finch, 2 males, 2 females $25 each. One pair Painted Firetail Finch $50. One pair of cockatiels. Phone: (03) 5871 2962.
GARAGE SALES 3 Bedroom Self Contained Luxury Apartment set in beautiful gardens and lawn setting with direct access to Lake Mulwala and use of foreshore, boat mooring and large swimming pool. Ideal for Golfing, fishing groups, school holidays, couples and will accommodate up to 8 people.
SPECIAL OFF PEAK RATES $160 per night* Special extended stay rates can be arranged. Conditions apply
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MOVING HOUSE SALE Wed 13th – Fri 15th June 8am – 6pm House full of furniture & outdoor goods Balinese artefacts, electrical goods, bed, wardrobes, heaps more 35A Coghill St, Yarrawonga, 3730
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SALES / DELIVERIES POSITION We are seeking a self motivated, enthusiastic and reliable person to join our growing team. The position includes sales and deliveries as well as undertaking day to day tasks such as cleaning and stock rotation. Some weekend work will be required. The successful applicant will be punctual, with competent computer skills and full drivers licence. They will have excellent communication skills and a strong desire to learn new skills Remuneration packages range from $32500 per annum to $37700 (plus incentives) per annum and will be based on previous industry experience. Please apply in writing and forward you resume to: The Manager Cobram Betta Electrical 8 Main Street, Cobram, Vic 3644 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close Friday, July 15, 2011.
FOR SALE GARAGES - FARM SHEDS Garage Kits include: Fully enclosed with sliding doors, 1 PA door, 1 window, skylights, colour walls, zinc roof, guttering, downpipes, flashings. Delivery within 30km free. Farm Kits include: 3.66m bays, 3 sided, all zinc, guttering, downpipes, flashings. Delivery within 30km free.
7.3 x 6.1 2.7m $5,172 10.9 x 6.1 x 2.7m $6,579 14.6 x 7.6 x 2.7m $8,683 Prices include GST 18.3 x 6.1 x 3.3 $8,370 21.9 x 7.6 x 3.9 $11,538 Prices include GST • All steel frame • Plans & engineering • Prompt delivery • Erecting crews available CALL NOW
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MAAX A260 5-6 Person HOT SPA 26 Adjustable massage jets. Auto filter system & mood light. Selective temperature control. Cedarwood cabinet & cover. Overall size 1.9m x 1.9m x .765m. Can be seen working – just plug in Cost over $7000, sell for $3500 ono Call Ron 0400 589 331 or (03) 5743 3211
FREEZER, upright Lemair, 180ltr, 6 baskets, excellent condition, $270. Phone: (03) 5743 2542.
LAND FOR SALE Large allotment (1/4 acre) 31 Ely Street, Yarrawonga Phone:
0421 865 432 WHEELER STREET
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POOL FENCING PINE/HARDWOOD DOORS/WINDOWS IRON/STEEL DISCOUNT PRICES SPOUTING RAILWAY SLEEPERS FORM PLY KITCHEN CABINETS DOG KENNELS OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
5821 3122 15 Wheeler St, Shepparton CEILING Fans. 4 blade 120cm, remote control with light. Brand new in box. Arlec 2011 model. Colour white. 12 total. $80 each. Phone: (03) 5744 0335.
HOUSEHOLD Furniture. Couch and chair, oven and hotplates, table and 6 chairs, 2 x wall units, washing machine. All offers considered. Computer and desk $250 for both. Phone: 0400 343 330. OATEN Hay Roll, Lucerne - Rye grass roll. $30. Phone: (03) 5748 5630 or 0408 485 630.
READERS BARGAINS HOUSEHOLD Ladder $10, Recliner chair, brown cloth $15, Trolley pump-up tyres $10. Vacuum cleaner $10. Phone: 0418 743 990. KINDLE Wood Large wheat bags x 2, $15 each. 4 x swivel kitchen chairs. VGC. $40. Phone: (03) 5743 1957. OLD Wood cupboard $10. Rocking chair, wood $20. Tool box, checkerplate $10. Phone: 0418 743 990. OLD Style twin seat school desk, $50. Phone: (03) 5765 3245. OUTDOOR Setting. Large steel and wood table and 8 plastic chairs. $70. Phone: 0418 743 990.
Pest Control Technician
We have a full time position for a Pest Control Technician in our expanding business, based in Yarrawonga. The successful applicant is required to be fit, reliable and have a “can do” attitude. Experience and qualifications preferred but not essential Full training and uniform provided. Above award wages based on qualifications and experience. Drivers licence is essential. Application to have hand written cover letter together with your typed resume addressed to: Position Vacant – Pest Control Technician Economic Pest Control PO Box 302 WANGARATTA VIC 3676 Applications close: 5pm Friday 15th July 2011
READERS BARGAINS SMALL Timber low line TV stand, 2 door. Excellent condition. $50. Phone: (03) 5765 3245. SOFA Bed double 190 x 120 suede maroon fabric, good guest bed $50. Electric hedge trimmer $20. Phone: (03) 5743 2707. TOYBOX, girls pink, $20, cradle dolls, $10, good condition, suit age 2-6. Phone: (03) 5743 2542.
Kaine’s Detailing & Auto Trim Selling your vehicle? First have it Fully detailed by the experts Shed 2 Lot 2 Acacia St Yarrawonga
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Are you seeking to buy a well established business in Yarrawonga. This local Hotel would suit a couple or family seeking a great lifestyle with excellent rewards - Four bedroom on-site residence - 14 1/2 year lease - Strong net profit - Refurbished and well maintained hotel - 10 accommodation letting rooms Great family business, keen motivated vendors, inspection will impress. Ian McDonald – Ph: 0408 217 734 or (02)6023 5777 Phegan Brokers
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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 Council Chambers, Bow Street Corowa between the hours of 9.00 am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday: DA NO. ADDRESS APPROVED WORK 2011/133 105 Townsend Street, Howlong 3 Lot Subdivision 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 ZONING PROPOSED WORK 2011/153 Tom Roberts Rural 1(a) Outdoor Piggeries Road & Hudsons Road Corowa 2011/161 73 Corowa Residential 2(a) Verandah Addition Road, Mulwala -2 Storey Dwelling 2011/162 17 Evelyn Residential 2(b) Dual Occupancy Street, Corowa 2011/164 Bullicourt Environment Building Road, Corowa Protection 7(a) Envelope 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. EXHIBITION OF DRAFT COROWA LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN 2011 For full details please refer to the Public Notices section of this newspaper.. INFRASTRUCTURE DESIGN MANUAL The latest version of Corowa Shire’s Infrastructure Design Manual for Development (formally known as interim Design Manual for Subdivision of Land) is now available to access on the Shires Website, from our Subdivision page in Planning and Development under Council Services tab. Important notice, for Consultants and Contractors who are carrying out works within the Shire, to ensure you are accessing the latest version please take the time to view and download the .pdf files that apply to you and nature of work being carried out. The Infrastructure Design Manual is a living document and may be revised and amended from time to time. To ensure that the recipient is accessing the latest version of this manual, it will only be available electronically from this website.
WIN A SHARE OF $6,000 TO EMPOWER yOUR COMMUNITy 2011 Local Government Week, 1-7 August Do you know of a project or service that could improve your neighbourhood and empower your community? Entries are now open for the 2011 Local Government (LG) Week competition, with a share of $6,000 in prize money available to help see your idea or goal come true. To help celebrate this year’s theme of Empowering Communities, the Local Government and Shires Associations of NSW and Essential Energy are offering three awards of $2,000 to residents, community groups and businesses to put towards a project or service that will make a difference. To enter, write in 100 words or less how you would empower your local community, what you believe is an essential service or project, and how you would use $2,000 to achieve this goal. Entries close at 5pm, Monday 25 July 2011, with the winners announced at the LG Week Awards Evening at The Deckhouse, Sydney. LG Week runs from 1-7 August, with events taking place across NSW. Entry forms and further information on LG Week and the competition are available at www.lgweek.lgsa.org.au yARRAWONGA MULWALA TOy LIBRARy & PLAyGROUP The Yarrawonga Mulwala Toy Library and Yarrawonga Playgroup are holding a Morning Tea and Play Session on Thursday 28th July 2011 from 9.30am - 11am at the Early Childhood Centre (87-97 Orr Street) Yarrawonga. Everyone with babies, toddlers and preschoolers is welcome to come along and have some fun, check out our new toys and meet other parents and carers. For further information phone Liz 0431 974 483. REGIONAL ACHIEVEMENT & COMMUNITy AWARDS “Stand Up and Be Counted” Applications are being called for the NSW/ACT Regional Achievement & Community Awards. These awards are to recognise individuals, organisations or businesses in our community that have made a difference to economic, social or environmental prosperity in regional and rural NSW & the ACT. Nominations are open in the following categories: • The Crown Lands Crown Reserve Trust Award • The Crown Lands Community of the Year Award • The Office of Trade, Business and Industry Business Development Organisation Award • The Office of Trade, Business and Industry Events and Tourism Award • The Salvation Army Employment Plus Business and Employment Award • The Peabody Environment and Landcare Award • The Prime Super Regional and Rural Development Award The Essential Energy Regional Service Award Nominate for a chance to win a share in $40,000 thanks to the Commonwealth Bank or an advertising package on PRIME7. All category winners will also receive a magnificent hand crafted glass trophy. Nominations close Friday, 5 August 2011. Further information concerning these awards can be obtained from the Awards office on 1300 735 445 or website www.awardsaustralia.com
... Snippets Wednesday 13th July 2011 www.corowa.nsw.gov.au
Water Matters... WATER RESTRICTIONS
Council has resolved to remove water restrictions within the Shire. However, as water is a limited resource, residents are asked to be prudent in their use of water. Visit Council’s website for further information including water saving tips. Alternatively contact Council’s Corowa office on (02) 60 33 8999. COUNCIL MEETING Council’s July Ordinary meeting will be held on Tuesday, 19 July 2011 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.
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Sporting ground grant applications open Local sports clubs who are looking to weatherproof their facilities are encouraged to approach their local councils about applying for a share in the Victorian Government’s latest round of the Sustainable Sports Ground Program.
extra support to help clubs deal with the impacts of climate extremes,” State Member for Northern Victoria Region Wendy Lovell said. “The Northern Victoria Region in particular has suffered the full range, from drought to floods, “This funding, at a total in recent times. The fundof $2 million, will provide ing in this program will
provide clubs with the cash-boost they need to better develop sustainable community sporting facilities that will be better-equipped to deal with future climate challenges.” Minister for Sport and Recreation Hugh Delahunty said the Victorian Government was proud
to invest in the sustainability of local sporting facilities. “By working together with local clubs via councils we can support higher levels of use and participation at local sporting facilities, whatever the weather brings,” Mr Delahunty said. “From water recycling
and storm water harvesting to drought resistant turf and the installation of synthetic playing surfaces for sports such as soccer, hockey, lawn bowls and tennis, the Sustainable Sports Ground Program helps local sport to not only survive, but thrive. More people will be able to enjoy the health bene-
fits of getting more active, more often, and clubs can cater for members all year round.” Ms Lovell and Minister Delahunty encourage local clubs who are looking to better protect facilities from weather extremes to contact their local council, develop a proposal and
have council apply for the funding on their behalf. Up to $100,000 is available for each project. Applications are accepted via local council. Interested parties should contact their council for deadline dates and visit www.grants.dpcd.vic.gov. au / call 1300 366 356 for further information.
to Provide Free Calls from Mobiles to Lifeline Lake Mulwala clean up thanks $18.2M As $18.2 million Federal Government grant to provide toll free calls from mobile phones to Lifeline from anywhere in Australia will help in the fight to prevent suicide according to The Nationals Member for Gippsland Darren Chester.
Some of the volunteers who joined James Watt in in his clean up of the lake foreshore on Sunday.
Sheryl Watt and her son James would like to thank the Yarrawonga and Mulwala communities for supporting their endeavours to give Lake Mulwala a tidy up during the drawdown of the lake.
“I wish to thank the Lions Club of Yarrawonga for their help,” Sheryl said. “Also a thank you to Yarrawonga Community House and all the shops that put James’ posters in their windows. I would like to thank Paul from the water board
and Chris for donating the bins. A big thanks to Leanne Clarke, John from the Yarrawonga Op Shop, the people from Murchison for helping in the clean up and finally to my son James who did a great job.”
The funding, which takes effect from July 1, 2011, will be delivered over three years and will help Lifeline to respond to more calls from people seeking support services. Every year more that 114,000 calls to Lifeline’s national crisis line are made from mobiles with more than 40 calls coming from people at high risk of suicide on a daily basis. Mr. Chester described the grant as a major step forward but warned there was much more to be done to tackle the
alarming rate of suicide in regional areas. “Making it easier for people at risk to receive assistance is an important initiative which was recommended in the Senate’s inquiry into ‘The Hidden Toll: Suicide in Australia’,’ Mr Chester said. “There were a number of other key recommendations including the need for a national suicide prevention and awareness campaign which should also be funded if we are going to make major inroads into this problem. “It is alarming that suicide remains a leading cause of death with over 2000 people dying each year and a disproportionate number in regional areas. “The lack of community awareness and stigma associated with suicide
can also be an additional burden in our community and we need to be able to talk about the issues in a responsible manner and make the necessary changes in public policy to reduce the impact.” Lifeline CEO Dr Maggie Jamieson has also welcomed the announcement. “We know that the costs associated with calling Lifeline from a mobile has acted as a significant deterrent to help seekers in the past,” Dr Jamieson said. “The financial assistance the Commonwealth is providing us will allow people to call Lifeline’s crisis line from their mobile handset with the knowledge that they can speak freely about their emotional crisis, without a looming future financial burden.” Mr Chester said the
funding would make it easier for younger people, who often rely on mobile phones, to access support services. In 2008, suicide claimed the lives of at least 281 young people aged between 15-24 years and was the leading cause of death for this age group. “There is a great deal more to be done to reduce the risk of suicide among young people in Australia,” Mr Chester said. “Suicide is a complex problem and all of the research points to a range of risk factors but there is no doubt in my mind that governments at all levels can do more to provide better support services and assist people at risk through measures such as this additional funding for Lifeline.”