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CHURCH of Christ, Orr Street, Yarrawonga. Church Contacts, Phone Trevor 5744 3749 or Ken 5744 2462. Sunday Worship 10.15am.
DRINNAN, Raymond Barry. On Wednesday August 17th 2011. Aged 67 years. Dearly beloved husband of Janet. Adored father of Debbie (Dec), Donna and Vicki. Loved son of Vera and Bob (Dec). Beloved Pop of Deake, Leshae, Renae, Jake, Skyla, Molly and Shaneka. Brother of Lorraine and brother in law of Bruce. Uncle of Michael. Will be sadly missed by your mates. Now at peace. Always in our hearts.
McKEE, Brian, Dad, Grandpa 29.01.5221.08.11 Loving Husband of Martha. Cherished father of Aden, Rachel and Daniel. Father-in-law of Wade, Trent and Ashleigh. Doting Grandpa of Jackson and our one on the way. Our family will never be the same without you. You’ve left us way too soon. You will always be close in our hearts and thoughts. We love you. As Brian would say: “Always look on the bright side of life”.
McKEE, Macca. A kind, lovable man. We will miss you. Harry, Maurz McLarty and girls.
KERNOT. The Funeral Mass for Mr Donald “Don” Kernot will be held at St. Bernard’s Church, 74 Fryers Road, Belmont, Geelong, TODAY (WEDNESDAY August 24) at 11am, followed by burial at the Highton Cemetery, Geelong. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Jacinda Twigg Trust Fund; in memory of Don. Envelopes will be available at the Church. KINGS FUNERAL SERVICES GEELONG (03) 5222 3688 AFDA
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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 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 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. Tungamah 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays 8.30am. St James 1st and 3rd Sundays 8.30am. Boomahnoomoonah 2nd and 4th Sundays 11.45am. Weekdays: Wednesday 10am.
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KERNOT, Donald “Don”. 12/9/1941 - 15/8/2011. To our dear Dad. We all miss you so much already. Your silly messages on our phones and your Dad jokes. Who will we ring now when we need to know how something works or how to fix something that is broken - whether that be our cars or our hearts? We’re so glad you’re finally with Mum and that you won’t ever be separated again. So much love from Jacqui and Craig, Nicky and Steve, Jimmy and Melinda, Sienna, Tiani, Zaia, Jai, Astariah, Matilda and Number Seven. KERNOT, Don. When I get where I’m going on the far side of the sky. The first thing I’m gonna do is spread my wings and fly. Then I’ll walk alongside Don, and he’ll match me step for step, and I’ll tell him how we missed him every minute since he left. McKEE, Brian James (Macca/Magoo) 29.01.52-21.08.11 (59 years) Passed away suddenly. Dearly loved Husband of Martha. Most specially loved Father and Father-in-law of Aden and Wade, Rachel and Trent, Daniel and Ashleigh. Devoted Grandpa of Jackson and anticipated baby McKee. Cherished son of Melva and Max (dec). Admired brother of Elaine (dec) and Maxine. Brother-inlaw of Keith (dec) and Paul, Uncle of Lynette and Renee, Anna, Paula (dec), Brooke and Jessie. Forever in our hearts.
McKEE, Brian James. 29.01.52 - 21.08.11. Always remembered, never forgotten son of Melva and Max (dec). Loving Brother of Elaine and Keith McCarthy (both deceased), and Maxine and Paul Keenan. Reunited with Dad, Elaine and Paula. McKEE, Brian James. 29.01.52 - 21.08.11. Special big brother of Maxine (Mackie). Brother-in-law of Paul. Treasured Uncle of Anna, Paula (in heaven), Brooke and Corey, Jessie (Rabbit). A sudden and tragic loss of our wonderful Brian from our small and ever close family. What will we do without you? So many memories for us to cherish. Loving you always, The Keenans. McKEE, Brian James. 29.01.52 - 21.08.11. We are so blessed to have you as our Uncle, and can’t believe you’re gone. Such a huge light in our lives is now extinguished. Our one comfort is knowing you are now with Mum and Papa looking down on us from above. Rest peacefully Uncle Brian, you are so dearly missed. Love Lynette, Iain, Logan, Paige and Renee. McKEE, Brian James. 29.1.52 - 21.08.11. Loved son-in-law of Carl (dec) and Ginny (dec) Carrera. Brother-in-law of Debbie and Bob, Carl and Cheryl. Fun Uncle of Diane, Kate and James. Your family in America are so shocked and saddened to hear of your sudden passing. We will miss your cheeky Aussie humour. McKEE, Brian (Magoo). Goodbye Champ- many years and many beers later. Kombi trips will never be the same. Our love to Martha, Aden, Rach and Dan and their families. Des, H and family.
McKEE, Brian. Our Dear Friend Macca, Thankyou for your inspiration, support and friendship. We will miss your wicked humour and mischievous ways. It has been a pleasure to have been part of your life. We love you and will miss you greatly. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES. Tony, Vanessa, Tori and Cooper. Our Deepest sympathy to Martha and all the McKee family. GO LIONS.
Mckee, Brian – The Executive and Members of the Murray Football Netball League wish to extend their deepest sympathies to Martha and family on the sudden death of current Executive member Brian. Also wish to extend sympathies to Mulwala Football Netball community.
The Committee, Players and Supporters of the Mulwala Football Netball Club would like to offer their sincere condolences to Martha and family on the passing of Brian. A loyal friend, clubman and supporter who will be greatly missed.
McKEE, Brian The Committee and supporters of the Lake Mulwala Sports Club would like to offer their condolences to Martha and family on the passing of our foundation President, Brian. BIRTH NOTICES BUCKLEY nee Campbell. To Davina and Robert, a long awaited daughter ELIZABETH CHRISTINE born 9th August at Wodonga. Sister for James.
BEREAVEMENT THANKS ELLIOTT, Nick. Phillip, Debbie, Leigh, Bec and Family would like to thank you for your kind expressions of sympathy on our sudden loss of Nick. Our Family deeply appreciates all those who sent flowers and wrote beautiful cards, called with the kindest of words and delivered food to our home, but most of all, the overwhelming emotional support given by all. We sincerely appreciate all of your thoughts and efforts.
AFTER HOURS SERVICES Sun 28th August Medical clinic
Yarrawonga Medical Clinic 10:00am to Midday PharMacY Pharmacy on Belmore 10:30am to 12:30pm Please note: the local medical clinics provide ‘after Hours services’ for urgent consultations only.
BIRTHDAY REMEMBERANCE ELLIOTT, Nick. 25/8/1983. Today you would have been 28. Wish we could have baked you another birthday cake. Wish you were here with us mate to celebrate. But until we meet again we will have to wait. Love Dad, Deb and Family.
BIRTH NOTICES DICKINS, Briony and Justin would like to announce the arrival of TY ROBERT Born 9.8.2011. A little brother for Nate.
22nd - 26th August YArrAwongA: Lioness Club MulwAlA Lioness Club 29th August YArrAwongA: Utai Freight MulwAlA VOLUNTEER REQUIRED 30th August YArrAwongA: Keith Rose MulwAlA John & Hennie Spierings 31st August YArrAwongA: Adrian Smith MulwAlA Shirley Hargreaves 1st September YArrAwongA: VOLUNTEER REQUIRED MulwAlA Shirley Hargreaves & Lorraine Butler 2nd September YArrAwongA: Keith Rose MulwAlA Maggie McCafferty
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Sat 27th August Gary & Margaret True Sun 28th August Gary & Margaret True Sat 3rd September Sue Howell Sat 4th September Sue Howell Office HOurs Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm Coordinator – Moira HealthCare Alliance 1300 655 372 or 5742 1111.
Kelly & Adam are thrilled to announce the arrival of their 2nd daughter, Evie Jean, born 3/8/11 at Yarrawonga Hospital weighing 8lb 15.5oz. Evie is pictured with proud big sister, Macy.
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YARRAWONGA & DISTRICT NETBALL ASSOCIATION Annual General Meeting To be held on Wednesday, August 31st, 2011 at 7.30pm Netball Clubrooms Vic Park All Welcome Enq. Vicki Ramsdale 0417 361 307 PROFESSIONAL NOTICES
Tuesday 27th September 2011 7:30 pm Coopers Pie Shop Nibbles provided. Drinks at bar prices. Nominations are now being accepted for all committee positions. To be submitted in writing 7 days prior. All Welcome RSVP by 20th August to: Secretary 0408 132 615 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Yarrawonga Saleyards Washdown Contract Moira Shire Council invites submissions from suitably qualified organisations or individuals to provide an effective sale yard wash down and maintenance service; keeping the Yarrawonga Saleyards Complex at a standard acceptable to the Committee, Council, the Environmental Protection Authority and all users of the facility in accordance with the Saleyards Code of Practice. Technical enquiries may be directed to Greg Laidlaw on (03) 5871 9222.
6pm, Monday 12 September 2011
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Dancocks Room, Community Centre, Robertson Street, Nathalia Council advises that the date for the September Ordinary Council Meeting has changed. Agendas can be viewed at Council’s agencies, service centres and Moira’s website on the Friday prior to the meeting and are available at the meeting. Gary Arnold Chief Executive Officer
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MULWALA TARRAMIA RURAL FIRE BRIGADE Attention: Members Please be advised that the Mulwala - Tarramia RFS Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday 29th August 2011 at Club Mulwala, commencing at 7:30pm. Enquiries to Secretary Peter Thomas 0428575724
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• Diverse and iconic tourism destination • Newly formed organisation with strong stakeholder support • Opportunity to lead the growth of this major regional industry The Murray region of Victoria and New South Wales is one of the countries most important destinations. We offer tourism product that is both diverse and culturally important to Australia. Whilst our river is our connection each destination along it offers something a little different. It is the CEO's role to unite this group and provide the overarching strategic direction and vision for this exciting tourism region. Reporting to the Board the CEO will be responsible for the delivery of three key functions, industry development, product development and tactical and strategic marketing. It is crucial that the CEO has a deep understanding of the tourism sector and has worked at a strategic level of managing multiple stakeholders. The CEO will also have solid experience in financial management, strategic planning and project management. This role calls for well-honed communication and presentation skills and is a one that will suit people who like diversity in their role. For further information on this position please call Geoff Kelly – Chairman on 0419 009 837. Applications close on the 29th August. Email all applications to CEO@mrtb.com.au ZO151514
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Job no: 356711 Salary: $61,376 p.a. (Band 6) + 9% super Hours: Full time - 38 hours per week An exciting career and lifestyle opportunity exists for a civil engineer with a ‘can do’ attitude and a strong desire to succeed. If you’re looking to join a team of local government professionals passionate about, and engaged in, projects that benefit the community, this is the job for you. Based in Cobram, but requiring travel throughout the municipality, the position involves providing specialised design and drafting services at an advanced level from project conception through to detailed design construction plans. It plays a pivotal part in ensuring timely delivery of engineering designs and estimates. The successful applicant must have knowledge of engineering design requirements relating to urban and rural road works, storm water drainage and traffic facilities. Developed skills in computer aided engineering design and drafting and a current driver licence are essential. If this sounds like your next job, apply today and you could soon make the move to an idyllic region of Victoria that offers much more than first meets the eye.
• Temporary Part-time • Hours to be negotiated We are looking for a dynamic and enthusiastic project worker to join our team at Cobram District Community Health Centre. If you have the appropriate qualifications and experience we invite you to apply. Tasks will include the development of a Service Model for the establishment of the Moira Community Rehabilitation Centre that demonstrates an integrated approach to care; liaison with the healthcare organisations in Moira Shire; facilitation of the Moira CRC Steering Committee; and organise activities to support the program objectives. The individual will possess: • An ability to work with a range of service providers and community organisations to maximise relationships and access to services. • Skills in planning, implementing and evaluating programs. • Excellent communication skills. • Well developed computer skills. • A sound knowledge of community development principles.
Applications clearly stating the job number need to be received at the Municipal Service Centre in Cobram by 5pm Friday 26 August 2011 via post PO Box 578 Cobram VIC 3643, email firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax on (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 email@example.com.
Salary and Conditions are dependent upon qualifications and experience. Salary packaging is available. For further enquiries contact Gillian Smith - on (03) 5871 0900 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our website: www.cobramdistricthospital.org.au Written applications to be forwarded to: Fiona Luke Human Resources Coordinator Cobram District Health PO Box 252 Cobram, Victoria, 3644.
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Part-time, fixed term Sacred Heart College Yarrawonga is a Year 7 – 11 Catholic co-educational school.
Casual positions exist for individuals to work in the Clubs Motel Cleaning operations.
Please forward your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or The Principal Sacred Heart College PO Box 286, Yarrawonga, VIC. 3730 For further information please call 03) 5744 3258. Applications close Friday 26th August, 2011. www3.shcyarrawonga.catholic.edu.au
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Please post applications to: Darren Lean Human Resources Manager ClubMulwala PO Box 19 Mulwala 2647
Opportunities Available Statewide
The Department of Sustainability and Environment (DSE) and Parks Victoria are looking for fit and healthy people to become firefighters this summer to help protect Victoria from bushfire. An exciting opportunity awaits!
DSE and Parks Victoria employ hundreds of field staff to assist with the prevention and suppression of bushfires in parks and forests. All training will be provided and positions are open to anyone who: • Has a high level of fitness • Is a team player • Holds a current manual drivers licence
Sat 8am – 3pm
Positions are available over the warmer months and include firefighters, machine operators, hover exit crew and rappel crew members. Salaries range from $765.32 - $1084.81 per week plus 9% superannuation. Successful candidates located at Parks Victoria work centres with Parks Victoria supervisors will be employed by Parks Victoria. All other successful candidates will be employed by DSE.
Apply online at www.dse.vic.gov.au/firejobs
Indigenous employment opportunities are available under Section 83 of the Equal Opportunities Act 1995, exemption A147/2011 and A126/2010 for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who hold proof of their aboriginality.
Positions would suit someone trying to fit work around school hours. The successful applicants must have a good work ethic and attention to detail.
Applications close Wednesday 31st August 2011.
Applications close Sunday 4 September 2011
Applications for this position should be received no later than Friday 2nd September 2011. Appointees will be subject to a police check prior to commencement.
We are looking for a suitably qualified candidate to fill this (0.26 FTE – 10 hours per week) position till December 2011
For more information contact DSE on 136 186 or Parks Victoria on 131 963
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Permanent positions available for persons with extensive experience in Hardware or Garden Nursery Trade or Timber/Steel/Garden Supplies. Position requires sound knowledge in hardware or garden nursery environment, exceptional customer service skills and being able to work in a team. Previous experience in a similar role an advantage. Please forward resume to: Manager PO Box 444 Yarrawonga Vic 3730
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West Corurgan P.I.D. is seeking to appoint a Channel Attendant to assist in service delivery across our system. It is desired but not essential that the successful applicant resides in the West Corurgan Private Irrigation District. Previous experience in the efficient distribution of water in the irrigation industry is preferred. All applicants will be considered on merit regardless of age or gender. Applicants will need to be in sound physical condition, possess a current driver’s license as well as basic computer skills. An attractive salary package and benefits are attached to the position. If you desire to join a small efficient dedicated team, in a friendly working environment, submit your application together with three referees to email@example.com. Direct any inquiries to Stacey Dickins – Business Manager West Corurgan P.I.D on (03) 5885 2392. Application close 4.00pm Monday 29 August 2011
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Chapman Grain Services have a full time Semi Tipper driver position available for immediate start. Rotary Seal experience an advantage but not compulsory. Successful applicant must be prepared to be away some nights. Position predominately Monday to Friday with occasional Saturday work required. Above award wages with R.D.O’s. Depots in Korumburra and Yarrawonga. Applications close: Thursday 1st September 2011. Forward resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org. au or Chapman Grain Services, 13 James Lillis Drive, YARRAWONGA. 3730. All applications will be kept strictly confidential. Any questions can be directed to Mark on 0427 211 201.
HEALTH SERVICE ADVANCED MAINTENANCE HANDYPERSON 38 HOURS PER WEEK An opportunity exists for an enthusiastic and motivated Maintenance Handyperson to join our Maintenance Department at Yarrawonga District Health Service. Working as part of the team, this role will include both minor and major maintenance and repairs, gardening and general handyperson duties. The successful candidate will possess a trade qualification in either Electrical/Mechanical/Refrigeration and be prepared to participate in the Maintenance "On-Call" arrangements. A Position Description is available on request from: Jen Sonneman, Executive Assistant, on (03) 5743 8130 or email email@example.com All enquiries and applications including a CV and two current referees should be addressed to:
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CANOLA Pick Up Front. 12ft J.D. Retractable fingers, 6 new belts, good cond. $15,000 ono. Phone: (03) 5744 2213 or 0429 356 214.
RENOVATED town house in walking distance to shops. Suit professional couple/ single. Spacious, private, featuring entry and living areas opening to new kitchen, hall, new bathroom, 2 generous bedrooms with built in robes, undercover alfresco patio, sunny crushed stone and lawn yards, undercover carport and secure parking for boat, caravan, motorhome. $240 per week. Ph: 0411 412 195.
GOLF clubs, ladies graphite bag and buggy, $300 ono. Phone Lynn (03) 5743 1681. POTATOES. Direct from the grower. Available in 1, 2.5, 10 and 15kg bags at the Yarrawonga Farmers Market on the Yarrawonga Foreshore this Sunday. QUEEN bed, wood and wrought iron frame, mattress viscose latex, good condition, $250. Phone: (03) 5743 3033.
POOL FENCING PINE/HARDWOOD DOORS/WINDOWS IRON/STEEL DISCOUNT PRICES SPOUTING RAILWAY SLEEPERS FORM PLY KITCHEN CABINETS DOG KENNELS OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
VS Commodore (OER874). Reg. til April ‘12’. Full service history, very reliable. $3,800 ono. Fridge, 5 years old. very good condition. $200. All in One Gym. $200. Ph: 0408 441 934.
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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.
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1997 Ford Mondeo GLX. Red, automatic, sedan, 170,850 kms, airconditioning, power steering, mirrors and windows. XDT462, registered till Aug, 2012. Sold with RWC. $4,000 ono. Call Jarrod 0467 634 751.
caravans & trailers
GARAGES - FARM SHEDS
Wanted for Consignment
18.3 x 6.1 x 3.3 $8,370 21.9 x 7.6 x 3.9 $11,538 Prices include GST
101 Belmore Street, Yarrawonga. Telephone: (03) 5744 3731
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
Large allotment (1/4 acre) 31 Ely Street, Yarrawonga Phone: 0421 865 432
TIMBER & STEEL
NEWLY renovated 2 bedroom house central Mulwala. $220 per week. Phone: 0429 982 081.
DINING Setting. Table with drawer. 150cm length x 90cm width x 80cm height with 6 sturdy chairs. Sell $250. Phone: (03) 5862 1801.
Distributors for Electronic Cigarettes Earn Extra Dollars This is a product as aid to Quitting Smoking Huge Potential HALO E CIGARETTES A Great Opportunity Established Customers Phone Ray Hille for appointment Mob 0418 366 257 Yarrawonga Area
PETS & LIVESTOCK
• 4/20 Sturt St Mulwala $190 p/wk. • 2/134 Manners St Mulwala $235 p/wk. • 174 Belmore St Yga $310 p/wk. • 31 Graham Ave B/Long $330 p/wk. • 3/21-23 Bank St Yga $320 p/wk. • 1 & 2/5 Hawkins Dve Yga $300 @ p/wk.
Closing date for applications is Friday, 2nd September 2011
WALKER for toddlers. Excellent condition, $50. Suit boy/girl with feeding tray. Phone: (02) 6035 9406.
Mulwala 109A Melbourne St, Ph: 03 5744 2290
James Flanagan Maintenance Supervisor Yarrawonga District Health Service 33 Piper Street, Yarrawonga VIC 3730 Telephone: (03) 5743 8154 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MULTIFUNCTION 6 litre Electric Pressure Cooker. Unwanted raffle prize. Brand new in box. $55. Phone: (03) 5744 3858.
Yarrawonga 21A Belmore St, Ph: 03 5744 3811
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BUILDING SYSTEMS Ph: 5821 4399. Fax: 5821 2226 30 Florence Street, Shepparton 3630
CARAVANS & BOATS
Great Exposure on Main Hwy. If you were thinking of selling, now is the time. At the moment we can’t get enough stock. So give us a call and let us do the rest. Solar City Marine & Caravans Shepparton (03) 5831 6388
Villa Tarni Water Front Resort
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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CARAVANS & TRAILERS
WINDSOR P/top 2001, front kit, is/bed (double), full insulation, R/C A/C, all towing aids, roll out awning, Convex Microwave, too many extras to list, tyres 90%, Reg 47944 NSW. $22,500. Phone (02)6033 1532, mob 0419 982 562.
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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36 — Yarrawonga Chronicle, Wed. 24th August, 2011
Deadline Monday 3pm
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 2011/142 14 Jackson Street, Corowa Subdivision (Boundary Alignment) 2011/161 73 Corowa Road, Mulwala Verandah (Upper Level) 2011/170 Cnr Bow Street & Betterment Parade, Corowa Signage 2011/171 135 Clarke Street, Howlong Garage 2011/187 178-180 Bank Street, Howlong Garage 2011/190 5 Rose Drive, Mulwala Shed 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 2011/203 36 Poseidon Road, Corowa Industrial 4(a) Storage Sheds Addition 2011/209 19-21 Gibson Place, Howlong Township Storage Sheds Addition 2011/208 133 Clarke Street, Howlong Township Garage (72m2) 2011/210 56A-B Hawkins Street, Howlong Township 2 Lot Strata Subdivision 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. DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL The Council has received a development application for the following: DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION NO. 2011/206 PROPERTY: 36-40 Corowa Road, Mulwala PROPOSAL: 3 Unit Development APPLICANT: Kennedy Property Investments The application may be inspected at the Corowa Shire Council Chambers, corner Bow Street and Honour Avenue, Corowa and also at the Mulwala Library, during normal business hours. Any person interested in making a submission for Council’s consideration should do so in writing by 21 September 2011. Where a submission is by way of objection, the grounds of the objection are to be specified in the submission. DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL – BOAT RAMP & JETTY BANK AND/OR BEDWORK Corowa Shire Council the consent authority under Clause 7 of the Corowa Local Environmental Plan 1989, has received an application (DA 2011/181) seeking development consent to extend existing boat ramp and construct a jetty. The proposed development, the subject of the application, relates to land in Pasley Street, Bundalong at the junction of the Murray and Ovens Rivers and adjacent to Lot 4 DP 1099285, ‘Collendina’ Spring Drive, Collendina. Any interested person may inspect this application and accompanying documents at the Corowa Shire Council Chambers, corner Bow Street and Honour Avenue, Corowa from Wednesday, 10 August 2011 to Wednesday, 7 September 2011 between the hours of 8.15 am and 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. The application may also be inspected at the Mulwala Library during normal office hours. Any person interested in making a submission should do so in writing addressed to the General Manager, Corowa Shire Council, PO Box 77, Corowa NSW 2646. Submissions will be received up to 5.00 pm on Wednesday 7 September 2011. Where a submission is by way of objection, the grounds of the objection are required to be specified in the submission. DEVELOPMENT PROPOSAL – PIPED STORMWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM BANK AND/OR BEDWORK Corowa Shire Council the consent authority under Clause 7 of the Corowa Local Environmental Plan 1989, has received an application (DA 2011/155) seeking development consent to construct a piped stormwater drainage system. The proposed development, the subject of the application, relates to land Lots 258 & 260; DP 753744; & Lot 7001; DP 1023639, Jude Street, Howlong. Any interested person may inspect this application and accompanying documents at the Corowa Shire Council Chambers, corner Bow Street and Honour Avenue, Corowa from Wednesday, 10 August 2011 to Wednesday, 7 September 2011 between the hours of 8.15 am and 5:00 pm Monday to Friday. The application may also be inspected at the Mulwala Library during normal office hours. Any person interested in making a submission should do so in writing addressed to the General Manager, Corowa Shire Council, PO Box 77, Corowa NSW 2646. Submissions will be received up to 5.00 pm on Wednesday 7 September 2011. Where a submission is by way of objection, the grounds of the objection are required to be specified in the submission.
classies 03 5744 3731 EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST COROWA SHIRE CIVIC CENTRE – CAFE OPERATOR An exciting business opportunity exists for an operator to run a Cafe as part of the new Corowa Shire Civic Centre. Corowa Shire Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from suitable candidates to lease and operate the Café which will service the new multi-purpose community centre. The Civic Centre will include a new Library, Art Gallery, Visitor Information Centre, Council Office, RTA Agency and community meeting/function rooms. Council is currently undertaking a $3.5M redevelopment of the Corowa Sports Club to establish the new Civic Centre which is expected to be fully operational by February 2012. The Café premises will be prominently located adjacent to the main entrance of the centre. The successful applicant will demonstrate the ability to provide high quality food and coffee; have a strong desire to grow a successful business alongside a new multi-purpose community and visitor facility; and have a passion for the provision of outstanding customer service. This is an exceptional opportunity to enjoy the strong and consistent levels of visitation which are expected at the new centre. For further information, contact Kristy Kay on (02) 6033 8954 or email Kristy.email@example.com to obtain a copy of the Expression of Interest document. COROWA DISTRICT LANDCARE AGM 7.00 pm Wednesday 24th August Buraja Recreational Ground Guest Speaker commencing @ 8 pm Ms Suzanne Johnstone, Land Stewardship Support Officer Strategy & Partnerships North East CMA Topic: “NRM the importance of biodiversity within our living landscapes to incorporate a Sustainable Farming System” - from soils to trees – Suzanne will outline the connections, relationships and survival as a holistic approach to Sustainable Farming Practices. A dynamic and informative speaker, her knowledge will lead us through a series of how, why and when on Sustainable Agriculture and its relationship to all natural resource management. Supper provided. All welcome. Any enquires please contact Bronwyn Thomas 03 5743 3124. DRAFT SPECIAL EVENT POLICY At its Ordinary Meeting held on 16th August 2011, Council adopted the draft Special Event Policy which has now been placed on public exhibition. The policy is available for viewing at Council’s Corowa Office, Mulwala Civic Centre and Howlong Resource Centre, or by going to Council’s website www.corowa.nsw.gov.au . Written comments on this policy are welcomed until 5pm Thursday 15th September 2011 and must be addressed to the General Manager. MULWALA LIBRARY NEWS CBCA Book Week Children who are members of the Mulwala Book Club can come in and redeem their reading spots for a gift from the box. This years theme is One World, Many Stories. Children can come in and read some of the short listed titles at their leisure including:- Look See, Look at Me, by Leonie Norrington and Dee Huxley, Why I love Australia, and Shakespeare’s Hamlet by Bronwyn Bancroft.
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COROWA SHIRE 2022 AND BEYOND…IT’S YOUR CHOICE! Council is in the process of developing its Community Strategic Plan and invites you to participate in one or all of our workshops listed below. This will be an opportunity for members of the community to have their say in the future of the Shire. A community survey has been distributed to all households and non resident ratepayers. This survey is also available online at www.corowa.nsw.gov.au . CIVIC CENTRE, MULWALA Wednesday August 24th • Community Workshop 9.30am – 11.30am Monday September 5th • Sport and Recreation Workshop 6.00pm – 7.30pm 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 Contacts: Web: www.corowa.nsw.gov.au Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Corowa office: 02 6033 8999 233 Honour Avenue, Corowa 2646 Howlong office: 02 6026 5044 Mulwala office: 03 5744 3439 Emergency Number 1800 110088
GOLF NOTES Droop, Davis, Moore and Slattery scramble a win while Martin aces. Firstly, congratulations to Jay-Ar Martin for his hole-in-one on the 7th of the Lake course. His weapon of choice was a gap wedge. For most golfers it is at least a nine iron. The Annual Pigdon’s Holden Scramble competition was run on Sunday and the winners were the group of Frazer Droop off 3, Mitch Davis off 4, and Jake Moore off 15 and Branton Slattery off 21. All of these boys are juniors and are under the tutelage of one Robert Walter Charles Castles esquire. The boys came in with a brilliant 10 under par off the stick and with their handicap of 5⅜ths ended with a nett score of 56⅝ths. The runners up were the team of Rodney Lea off 7, Wayne McLennan off 10, Wayne Olcorn off 20 and Peter Owen off 21 with 8 under par off the stick and a nett 56¾. Third place was taken out by Matt Davis off 18, Kirri Davis off 8, Andrew Long off 4 and Matt Lidgerwood off 26 with 8 under par off the stick with a nett 57. Nearest the pin recipients were Mark Hargreaves, Beth Daniel, Bob Kruger, Matt Daniel and Andrew Long. The longest drive win-
ners were that ball of rippling muscle Andrew (pup) Mott and Damien O’Brien. Tuesday’s 4BBB Stableford event on the Murray course was taken out by Pete Warner off 5 and Ross Nichols off 18 with a staggering 51 points from Peter Ferguson off 20 and Bob Birmingham off 19 with 47 points. Some good scores were recorded on the Lake course as well with Don Dudley off 32 and Ray Ryan off 25 winners with 49 points on a countback from Ken Forsyth off 30 and Roy Fearn off 24. Eagles where achieved by Jay-Ar Martin on the 5th and Chris Rowlands on the 18th. The results of Thursday’s Stableford competition were – Winner on the Murray course was Geoffrey Blake off 9 with 38 points from V Tusikov from Mollymook off 21 with 37 points. On the Lake course the winner was Rick Ellis off 18 with 39 points from Alan (I remembered to tee off this time) Selby with 38 points. Saturday’s Stableford round results were – On the Murray course the winner in A grade was Barry Baines off 11 with 39 points from Frank Warren off 12 with 39 points. The B grade
winner was John Lawford off 17 with 41 points from Bernie Steele with 39 points off 18. On the Lake course the A grade winner David Whitechurch from Spring Valley with 39 points off 5 from dazzling Darrell Lynch with 36 points off 9. The B grade winner was Fraser Jeffery with 40 points off 24 from Graeme Mulder off 40 with 23 points. Good Golfing to all. Tues. Aug. 16 – 4 BBB Stableford (136 players) Murray Course ACR 72 – 6 balls P Warner (5) and R Nichols (18) 51pts, 3 balls P Ferguson (20) and B Birmingham (19) 47pts c/b. NTP: 2nd I Pritchard. Eagle: 11th P Warner. Ball Comp: 42pts or better. Lake Course ACR 71 – 6 balls D Dudley (32) and R Ryan (25) 49pts c/b, 3 balls K Forsyth (30) and R Fearn (24) 49pts. Eagles: 5th Jay-Ar Martin, 18th C Rowlands. Holein-One: Jay-Ar Martin 7th, gap wedge. NTP: 2nd T Clarke. Ball Comp: 44pts or better. Thurs. Aug. 18 – Stableford (89 players) Murray course ACR 72 – 6 balls G Blake (9) 38pts, 4 balls V Tusikov (21) 37pts, 3 balls E Droop (-1) 36pts, 2 balls J Michael (10) 35pts c/b. NTP: 10th G Milner. Ball Comp: 31pts or better.
Lake course ACR 71 – 6 balls R Ellis (18) 39pts, 4 balls A Selby (27) 38pts, 3 balls J Moore (15) 37pts, 2 balls L Cerra (16) 37pts c/b. NTP: 7th J Wilson. Ball Comp: 32pts or better. Sat. Aug 20 – Stableford (141 players) Murray course ACR 72 (0-15) Winner A: B Baines (11) 39pts c/b, R/up A: F Warren (12) 39pts. (16+) Winner B: J Lawford (17) 41pts, R/ up B: B Steele (18) 39pts c/b. NTP: 10th V Slattery. Ball Comp: 33pts or better. Lake course ACR 71 (015) Winner A: D Whitechurch (Spring Valley) (5) 39pts, R/up A: D Lynch (9) 36pts. (16+) Winner B: F Jeffery (24) 40pts c/b, R/up B: G Mulder (23) 40pts. NTP: 14th S Campion. Ball Comp: 32pts or better. Pigdon’s Holden Scramble, Sunday, Aug. 21 Winners: Frazer Droop (3), Mitch Davis (40), Jake Moore (15) and Branton Slattery (21) 62, 53/8ths, 565/8ths; R/up: Rodney Lea (7), Wayne McLennan (10), Wayne Olcorn (20) and Peter Owen (21) - 64, 7¼, 56¾. Third: M Davis (18), K Davis (8), A Long (4) and M Lidgerwood (26) - 64, 7, 57. Fourth: B Kruger (5), N Moraitis (14), B Forrester (13) and D Lynch (9) -
63, 51/8th, 577/8ths. Fifth: G Sheary (12) S Amiet (11), B Allman (18) and T Blackmore (15) - 65, 7, 58. Sixth: M Caruso (8), G Stone (11), B Sullivan (14), and N Allen (4) - 63, 45/8ths, 583/8ths. Seventh: S Zambelli (9), Carolyn Zambelli (33), A Cilchrist (16) and M Flemingham (16) - 68, 9¼, 58¾. NTPs (Prizes Pigdon’s vouchers): 2nd M Hargreaves, 2nd Beth Daniel (Lady), 7th B Kruger, 12th M Daniel, 14th A Long. Long Drive: 5th A Mott, 18th D O’Brien. Men’s 9 Holers Aug 16 – Stroke (80 players) 3rd round Droop Elliott Trophy Blue CCR 33 – J Hunter (15) 29, B Lister (7) 32, J Sciberras (12) 32, R Berry (13) 33, L Garbutt (13) 33, G Green (6) 33, P Hicks (8) 34, J Cooke (14) 34, R Watson (11) 34, D Rooks (12) 34, K Stothard (11) 34. NTP: 2nd N Whinray, 6th L Garbutt. Red CCR 37 – J Bruce (6) 35, B Crosbie (11) 35, J Phillips (15) 36, S McNamara (13) 36, A Matthews (11) 37, H Hollingsworth (11) 37, P Wallis (18) 37, A Vienna (14) 37, J Kapp (8) 38, B Hidson (6) 38, G Giggins (16) 38. NTP: 2nd B Crosbie, 7th G Giggins. Ladies Golf Report The final of the Wilkin-
son Cup was held on Wednesday, August 17 in what can only be described as atrocious conditions. The finalists, Robyn Moore/Olive Ryan and Anna Castles/ Elaine Bellis had to contend with heavy rain and cold blustery wind that sent buggies and umbrellas flying as well as making the players very wet. The match went to the 18th hole before a final result was achieved with the team of Anna Castles and Elaine Bellis winning the trophy. Mrs Audrey Wilkinson in presenting the prizes congratulated all four players for playing in such weather and said that in her opinion they were world beaters in showing such commitment playing under those conditions. As this was the 40th presentation of the Wilkinson Cup, as well as the trophies, Mrs Wilkinson presented the winners with a ruby glass each. Border Golf ladies are most appreciative of Mrs Wilkinson’s continued sponsorship of this prestigious event. Twenty other ladies were also brave enough to venture out into these conditions to play golf. The list is now out for names for the Cobram visit to our club on August 31 and as requested last week, if you can help
with providing a sweet or slice for the Rosebowl on 26th August, please advise so on the list in the Ladies Locker Room foyer. Entry forms are now also available at the Pro Shop for the forthcoming September Tournament. Results: Wed. Aug. 17 Lake course - Stableford (20 players) AWCR: 72nett One Grade Only: Winner: Lyne Philpott (43) 33pts, R/up: c/b Cath Lowrie (27) 30pts. Ball Comp: 23pts. Sat. Aug. 20 Murray course - Par (63 Players) AWCR: 73nett A grade (0-25) Winner: Jean Cumming (25) +4, R/up: Shirley McKeown (20) +3. B grade (26-34) Winner: Carolyn Boston (31) +5, R/up: Julia Fairweather (28) +4. C grade (35+) Winner: c/b Pauline Lynch (35) +6, R/up: Carole Small (36) +6. NTP: Denise Rostrom. Ball Comp: -2. 9 Hole Ladies Mon. Aug. 15 Winner: J Wheeler 23pts, R/up: c/b V Dowling 21pts.