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Issue No. 237 – Thursday, July 12, 2012

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n soaked: A local diver helps guide a car out of the water at the Berri Marina on Tuesday. Two people in the car were lucky to escape after a wrong turn. Photos: brad perry

In the deep end Driver plunges into freezing waters at Berri. Full story Page 5

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Volunteers relied on to continue Berri mental health service after State Government funding cuts

FEARS have been raised over the future of a Berri mental health service following State Government funding cuts, meaning the program is now relying on volunteers. One Voice Network, which is the overarching association of Berri based Rainbow Connection, has been without funding since March. Rainbow Connection is a regular

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BRAD PERRY Riverland support group for people and their carers with mental health issues held one day a week. One Voice Network secretariat

Terry Udy said the group, which has centres across South Australia, was previously told by Country Health SA that it would not allow the organisation to “fall over”. However, Mr Udy now has grave concerns about its future without any funding for positions. “We will lose these programs,” he said.

“One of the country centres on the Yorke Peninsula has already closed and another one is still running but they’ve pulled out of the One Voice Network and they are trying to go on their own to get money to pay for co-ordinators. “There are some passionate people at Rainbow Connection in Berri wanting to keep it going but

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they’re volunteers and eventually a volunteer gets tired.” Mr Udy said more pressure will be put onto local health services if funding cannot be obtained for a co-ordinator position for Rainbow Connection. n Continued Page 2

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Berri couple creates safe walking trail in animal tracks EDITORIAL BY

BRAD PERRY

More petrol competition SOME years ago when I moved to the Riverland, I remember petrol prices plummeting in Renmark. It was unusual to say the least, with other Riverland towns still a significant amount dearer. What created that situation was competition. One service station dropped their petrol prices and the others were forced to follow suit. I heard of people driving from Loxton to Renmark just to take advantage of the savings and there were line-ups interrupting traffic. Driving through Adelaide, you quickly work out that you need to fill up with petrol during the week before the price rises on the weekends. Living in the city you get into a habit of going out to fill up your car on a particular day. In the Riverland there is no such thing. You can drive past the same service station each day without any real change to petrol prices. Often different local towns have varying prices but are you willing to make the drive to save two cents per litre? I’d like to see an independent service station drop their prices and just watch, the motorists will flock.

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A BERRI couple have created a track in the heart of Berri as an alternative to dangerously walking along the 80 kilometre per hour Riverview Drive. Steve Rodley and his wife Vi discovered a series of short tracks made by native animals in an area close to the often busy Riverview Drive in Berri. Created through areas of high animal traffic, the pair have made a 1.5 kilometre walk they have named the Kangaroo Track. Mr Rodley said not only is the track a safe alternative to walking on the road but it is a tranquil experience where you can witness nature at its best. “It makes a really nice walking track and a good one to bring the kids through or even walk your dog through rather than walk on the 80 kilometre road,” he said. “A lot of people, here it is right under their nose and they didn’t even really know it existed “It is actually quite beautiful.” The track is currently flagged starting at Riverview Drive, opposite Crowhurst’s Mart and finishes at the creek crossing on Martin

■ WILDLIFE: Berri man Steve Rodley surrounded by the wonders of nature at the newly created Kangaroo Track. Bend Drive. There are a number of tree and plant species along the track, as well as the opportunity to see different types of birds, kangaroos, possums, water rats, fish, snakes, lizards, frogs and even echidnas. Mr Rodley said the track also links up to the newly named Allan Thurmer Recreational Trail. He said the track could be the start of creating a walking area linking up Riverland towns. “The big picture of all of

this is I’d like to see a walk not unlike the Heysen Trail in a sense, linking all the Rivelrand towns together,” Mr Rodley said. “If it is promoted correctly, it could be a drawcard for the whole region.” With the road not far from Kangaroo Track, Mr Rodley said the area is very quiet. “It’s just really peaceful and the bird life is unbelievable, there are birds you wouldn’t know were here,” he said.

■ From Page 1 “It will just mean there will be more people becoming unwell quicker and possibly more hospital admissions,” he said. One Voice Network was originally formed by volunteers to obtain funding for co-ordinator roles in Mental Health Activity and Resource Centres across South Australia. After two years, funding agreements were put into place by Country Health SA to place a part-time co-ordinator in each centre for two and a half years. In the second year of the agreement, Mr Udy said One Voice Network began working with Country Health SA to secure further funding and spent many months developing a business case only for funding to cease without any consultation. “The centres are now struggling on with voluntary coordinators,” he said. “If they are allowed to fail, many people suffering from mental health issues will have nowhere to go and will be thrust back upon their local mental health services, ambulance and police for assistance.” Currently One Voice Network has an online petition with over 125 signatures, including from a number of Riverlanders. “Every time a person signs the online petition an email goes to the Premier, the Minister of Health and the CEO of Country Health SA to let them know that people are interested,” Mr Udy said. “I wrote to the Treasurer and I said it costs over $1000 per day to have somebody in hospital and he’s only got to get a couple of people in there for a few months and the money that we wanted to run for over 100 people across the state is gone just on a few people being in hospital, it’s pretty short sighted.” To sign the petition visit www.change.org/ petitions/premier-reinstate-the-funding-toone-voice-network

Riverlanders encouraged to walk for a good cause STAFF at the Berri Salvation Army store have organised a riverfront walk this Sunday to raise money for children in need. The national Salvos Stores initiative aims to raise $30,000 for the International Programme for the Street Kids of Indonesia. Berri Salvos Store manager Helen Adamczyk said the local organisation decided to host

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Walk for a Cause. “We’ve decided to come up with the idea of walking for a cause, so just going for a community walk encouraging people to bring their families and their friends,” she said. “This is really just about having fun whilst it’s raising money for a good cause,” Already the local store has raised $1800 and hopes to im-

prove on that figure. The walk will take place this Sunday with registration at 1.45pm for a 2pm start at the Uniting Church Hall on Denny Street in Berri. There will be a choice of two distances, five kilometres and two and a half kilometres, with the event costing $5 to participate and children under 16 free.

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Interest in Bowling facility A NUMBER of businesses have expressed interest in purchasing the former premises of Berri Bowland. Receiver Martin Lewis said commercial real estate agent CBRE has commenced marketing for the property and so far there has been positive feedback. “Even before it hit the market we’ve already had a number of good expressions of interest from a lot of groups and bowling operators,” Mr Lewis said. “We’ve shown a couple (of interested parties) through already.

“So we are quite hopeful that we will get a sale.” Berri Bowland went into liquidation earlier this year with the Federal Court appointing BRI Ferrier as liquidators in Februray and Sou South Australian director

up by a creditor owed a substantial amount of money, so it took application in the Federal Court and just obtained an order and the court appointed me as official liquidator,” Mr Rudaks said.

Even before it hit the market we’ve already had a number of good expressions of interest. Maris Rudaks was appointed to oversee the situation. He was unable to sell the business titled Berri Bowland. “Obviously it was wound

“We took control for a period of time trying to find a purchaser but the bank decided it wanted to take over that process itself.”

On June 9, Mr Lewis, who is a partner at Ferrier Hodgson, was appointed as receiver. “The purpose of the receivership is to maximise the return to the appointer so this will be a fairly robust marketing process and the market value will be determined by the bids that are forthcoming from that process,” Mr Lewis said. “The appointer, the bank, will be paid in reduction of its debt from the proceeds that we recover from the sale of the asset.” Expressions of interest for the sale close on August 2.

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Council to speed up riverfront project IN an effort to speed up the Berri riverfront development, initially proposed in 2006, Berri Barmera Council is likely to fund the move of the bowling club at more than $1.8 million and recover the expenditure from the sale of the land. Council plans to develop on the land currently used for bowling greens and sporting fields near the Berri riverfront for residential and tourism purposes. As part of the project, clubrooms at Glassey Park will be extended to allow for bowls, hockey, softball, baseball and soccer use and two artificial bowling greens will be constructed at a

cost of around $1.8 million. “We are trying to lobby the Premier and Minister Paul Caica for the council to finance the move of the bowling club and recovering those funds from the State Government for the sale of the blocks in an effort to speed it up,” Berri Barmera Council chief executive officer David Beaton said. “It is a project we’ve had going for several years and it’s a commitment that council wants to make sure can happen as soon as possible.” Mr Beaton said tenders have been chosen for the work on the clubrooms and new

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■ UPGRADE: An artist’s impression of the Glassey Park clubroom upgrades as part of Berri Barmera Council’s project.

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Hayden Stoeckel Swimming Pool to stay, consultant to be hired to assess problems THE Berri Barmera Council has committed to the long term future of the Hayden Stoeckel Swimming Pool with advice being sought on immediate works required. At a special council meeting on Tuesday night, it was reiterated that council is committed to the pool remaining functional in Berri and a long term solution will be required rather than quick fixes. Berri Barmera Council chief

executive officer David Beaton said there is a lack of definitive quality information regarding the nature of problems and issues at the pool, solutions to these problems and programming of upgrades to the facility. “What they are trying to do is find a program of works that will make sure the swimming pool is a facility for the longer term,” he said. “We are going to get some expert advice as to what might be

critical, what might be cosmetic and what might need to be done now and what can be done over a period of time.” Mr Beaton said council will now hire a consultant to undertake a detailed analysis of the swimming pool infrastructure to develop a rehabilitation and long term asset management plan. Council is also expected to work closely with the Berri Swimming Club and may

seek new management for the summer period. “We’d be keen for the swimming pool to operate as well over summer when it is forecast to be warm but we just have to work through the issues to get that to happen,” Mr Beaton said. A $2 million application to build a new swimming pool in Berri was denied through the Regional Development Australia Fund recently.

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Berri Barmera seniors to lose Christmas parties but gain waste levy rebate SENIORS in the Berri Barmera Council area may be forced to give up annual council funded Christmas parties with the $11,000 savings used to fund a new waste collection rebate. Berri Barmera Council is proposing money be saved by no longer hosting the senior parties with savings to go towards a $20 pensioner rebate for the waste levy to be introduced in January, 2013.

“It may and well be ongoing but we will just have to wait and see what we do over the ensuing years but it’s realising it (the waste levy) is a large cost,” Council chief executive officer David Beaton said. “To save some money they are looking at cutting out the senior citizens’ parties they have in Berri and Barmera. “They will save $11,000 there, so that can help fund part

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Competition needed for diesel THE RAA is urging Riverland motorists to reward retailers offering the biggest savings in a bid to drive down the price of diesel. Local petrol outlets are refusing to budge on diesel prices despite the wholesale price dropping by 16 cents in recent months. RAA senior policy analyst Chris West said there is concern that diesel prices have remained stagnant in the organisation’s two monitoring centres in Renmark and Loxton. “Petrol wholesale price fell 24 cents and diesel fell about 16,” he said. “Loxton hasn’t seen any change at all and Renmark dropped a little bit but has returned to 150.9 and it has been that level for four weeks. “The feedback we are getting from our members in those centres

is what’s going on with diesel?” Mr West said the a lack of competition may be to blame for the stagnant price. “You’ve got to give retailers an incentive to drop their price, so whenever you see someone lower than everybody else in town, you need to go to them,” he said. “If it is a big oil major or even a supermarket and there is an independent close by offering an equivalent price, shop at the independent. “It’s about creating that competition because at some stage the big retailer, whether they be a supermarket or an oil major, will have to turn around and give you a better price and that creates competition. “It’s tit-for-tat between retailers to get your business.

“To get that type of behaviour in country areas, you’ve got to reward the retailer offering the best price.” While Adelaide motorists have been enjoying unleaded prices of below $1.20 per litre, Mr West said those prices are unlikely to be seen in the country areas. He said with the drop in wholesale price, there should be further reduction in fuel prices to the mid $1.30 per litre. “Renmark has been an odd case and the reason is we were critical of it earlier this year because their prices were not in line with everybody elses and then suddenly they dropped,” Mr West said. “So what I am suggesting is the Renmark motorists got access to the 24 cent saving due to local competition probably three weeks before everybody else.”

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Golf club turns down proposal WAIKERIE Golf Club members have told the Waikerie Hotel Motel Board it is not in a financial position to reclaim ownership of the course. At a meeting on Monday night, the golf club committee reviewed four recommendations put forward by the hotel board. “We viewed the options that the hotel had put to the golf club and basically the golf club aren’t in a financial position to be able to take it back, so the hotel will remain the owners,” secretary Sonya Tscharke said. “We’ve recommended to the board that they actually send a letter out to all the members giving more information on the structure moving forward in terms of how they see the hotel operating. “The golf members offered to run the golf competition and they will do that on a volunteer basis.” A proposal by the hotel to raise fees at the club was met with some concern, according to Mrs Tscharke. “They have not quite doubled, so it was a big jump from what the members were expecting and there was concern about that,” she said.

Murraylands residents’ $46 million in lost super annuation ALARMING figures released by Westpac this month show that more than $46 million in superannuation is currently lost in the Murraylands area. Westpac Riverland chief executive officer Lee-Anne Lodge said the total of lost super in the Murraylands area equates to an average of over $2500 per person. “It is just increasing and that’s why we are trying to jump on it as much as we can,” she said. “This is our community, these are our people, I’m a local born and bred person and we don’t want anyone to be missing out on any hard earned money.” The figures come after the Federal Government recently discovered that that the amount of lost super across Australia currently sits at $17.4 billion. Ms Lodge said in the Murraylands area, the super may have become lost during the transition between jobs. “I think really around here we’ve just got such a high job change,” she said. “I think that has got a lot to do with it.” Lost super is money that can be put towards retirement savings, according to Ms Lodge. “Obviously we all need a lot of money when we want to retire,” she said. “For retiring we are looking at approximately $600,000 to $700,000, so every little bit counts.”

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Salvation Army in Renmark moving to Berri

■ HELPING: The Salvation Army Envoy Kevin van Amstel outside the Renmark premises this week. Photo: BRAD PERRY

Search for new home AFTER 122 years in the Riverland town, the Salvation Army will move its Renmark services to Berri as part of a planned amalgamation at the end of the year. Currently the organisation is searching across Berri for a new home to co-ordinate its Renmark services. Salvation Army communications and fundraising secretary Rod Reeve emphasised that the move is not about making financial savings but instead described it as “logical”. “All of our social service programs are centred in Berri now and we are simply moving the Renmark facility, which is the church, from Renmark to amalgamate it to bring it in with Berri so we are centralised,” he said. “We think, certainly from a posi-

tive point of view, by bringing all of these Salvation Army activities together that will be better from an overall management point of view, certainly from the delivery of our services. “I would anticipate that potentially there may be some cost savings but that is certainly not a priority in this instance. “We are hoping that it will actually strengthen what happens in Berri which then may have a positive impact on service delivery for those in Renmark who would need our assistance.” Mr Reeve said investigations are currently taking place to find a facility to co-ordinate the additional services in Berri.

“We do have premises for the social programs as it currently stands but we are hoping to find suitable premises where we can co-ordinate everything together and that is being investigated at the moment,” he said. “I would think at this point of time it would be an existing building and that will be determined in due course. “In an ideal world, if we could find somewhere we could go straight into at that time it would be the way we would want to do it because we want to make it as easy transition as possible.” An anniversary to celebrate 122 years of the Salvation Army in Renmark is being planned for September 29.

Hotel to benefit from tavern closure FUNDS from the sale of Renmark’s Tower Tavern will be put towards upgrades at the Renmark Hotel. The Jane Eliza Estate restaurant has experienced difficulty in trading over the past two years and it is now likely the property will go up for auction, following the recent sale of 28 poker machines. The Renmark Hotel Motel Board manages the tavern and chairman Randell McClure said the decision was made to sell the poker machines to take advantage of a Federal Government program. “We had the opportunity to trade or participate in the last poker machine trade and we adopted a realistic reserve on the entitlements and we were fortunate enough to sell them,” he said. Mr McClure said proceeds from the poker machines’ sale will go towards upgrades at the hotel. “We plan to use funds to retired debt and do some work around the Renmark Hotel,” he said. “We are putting in a new lift and we are going to upgrade the current poker room and freshen up the bistro.”

Car takes wrong turn...into the marina IT is an unusual sight to see a car being pulled from the River Murray but that was what a group of onlookers witnessed in Berri on Tuesday. After taking a wrong turn at the Berri Marina on Tuesday night, a Mount Gambier woman and her passenger found her Nissan Pulsar quickly filling with water. The pair were able to escape through the windows but the car went completely under water, apart from a small section of the roof which was visible. Berri Riverside Caravan Park resident manager Kay

Kubenk said two soaking wet people required help. “We had a call at the front door of the caravan park about 11.30pm and these two people were standing there completely drenched and a bit upset,” she said. “The marina at night is very dark, so they just mistook the boat ramp for being the road. “I think they took the wrong turn in there.” The water logged car was pulled from the bottom of the Berri Marina, just off the boat ramp on Tuesday. Berri Barmera Council

■ Renmark’s Tower Tavern. The future of the Towern Tavern still remains unclear and Mr McClure said the business will continue trading for about another three weeks. “What becomes with the tavern itself is in the hands of some advisers,” he said. “It’s (the Tower Tavern) in need of some work. “We may subdivide and go to auction.” Permanent and casual staff will be relocated as part of the process and Mr McClure said there will be no redundancies. “It may be unfortunate that Renmark will have one less venue but there are probably enough poker machines in the Rivelrand itself, so we don’t think we are doing the pokie players a disservice,” he said.

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■ IN THE DRINK: A car being pulled from the Berri Marina. infrastructure services manager Greg Perry, who was on hand for the retrieval of the vehicle, said he was surprised when he was informed of the incident. “We had a phone call from the Berri Police Sta-

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Mallee council cuts industrial development to reduce debt

Five per cent rate rise ■ STREET: The completion of landscaping in the main street of Karoonda has been included in the local council’s 2012-13 business plan. KAROONDA East Murray Council did not receive a single response from the public about its 2012-13 annual business plan with rates rising by four per cent. However, the response, or lack of, was not unusual, according to Karoonda East Murray Council chief executive officer Peter Smithson. “Unfortunately we didn’t get any response but that’s (consultation) what we are required to do,” he said. “The only time we usually get some responses is if there is something a bit contentious there and that doesn’t happen very often. “I haven’t had anyone come up to me and say anything one way or the other.” The business plan was adopted by council last month and Mr Smithson said capital works were kept to a minimum in an attempt to keep the burden on ratepayers down. “We’d previously done a major trim in terms of our budget, so we are hoping to get some more funding for the continuation of sealing the road from Perponda through to Bow Hill,” he said. “There was some resealing works that we are looking at, of the major capital items there is a replacement of a construction grader which is around $300,000 and we are looking at some landscaping in the main street of Karoonda to finish off what we have started. “We’ve always been conservative and our increases are usually just a little bit more than CPI.”

A TWELVE lot industrial development in Pinnaroo has been cut as part of the Southern Mallee District Council’s 2012-13 draft annual business plan with a five per cent general rate increase being proposed. In a bid to reduce any further debt, Pinnaroo’s proposed industrial development has been deferred and no other major capital works, with exception to a $1 million wastewater upgrade in Lameroo, are expected to occur this financial year. Southern Mallee District Council chief executive officer Rod Ralph said the rate rise is on target with other councils in the Riverland and Mallee. “We think we’ve been able to bring about a budget that is probably not too far from most other councils given they’re projecting somewhat higher at this stage,” Mr Ralph said. “I think it is going to be one, for the majority, that people will be fairly happy with what is being proposed. “We believe we are going to potentially...be facing a situation where we will be applying much closer to the local government actual cost of CPI, which is low four per cent. “In regards to our overall expenses, we have not taken on any new capital infrastructure projects that aren’t part of our business.” Council is also proposing

■ BUSINESS PLAN: Outgoing Southern Mallee District Council chief executive officer Rod Ralph believes the majority of the community will be happy with the fiver per cent rate rise being proposed in the 2012-13 annual business plan. to increase the annual service charge by 10 per cent to fund loan repayments from Pinnaroo’s new community wastewater system. “Unfortunately as a council cost for both of our two major towns, within about a three year period total upgrades are required and naturally enough, they’ve come in at over $1 million each and of course, they have to be paid for,” Mr Ralph said. “The rate rises for the waste

water charges relate only to those who are connected to the town wastewater management scheme.” Mr Ralph said plans for Pinnaroo’s industrial development have been “shelved” due to it not being viable. “That’s been identified in our draft annual business plan as something which we just can’t afford to proceed with,” he said. “There is no real demand

for it from developers or new businesses, so we don’t to intend to incur an expense we can’t justify.”

There is no real demand for it. We don’t intend to incur an expense we can’t justify.


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Miffed over another cat disappearance A FEW weeks ago I purchased a “replacement� kitten for the cat that I had lost. I bought her from the Berri Vet Clinic Cat/Kitten Adoption Program and she was desexed, microchipped and healthy as I am a responsible cat owner and love my pets dearly. She too disappeared last Friday. And in search of her, I discovered that our neighbour on the next block has had four cats/kittens go missing in as many months. What’s going on? I was heartbroken to lose one cat but now my kitten too! If someone was a vendetta against cats or takes them to steal their coats, think about the owners who are left in despair and wondering whether their beloved feline family members are alive, suffering, mutilated or dead. I just pray that my cats, and others that are also missing, are at peace. But more than anything, I just want them back. Tahnia Brown, Renmark North.

Why and how do pets become lost? FIRSTLY, when one loses a pet is can be quite heartbreaking but one must question why and how did the pet become lost? I have two border collies and I have gone to great expense to make sure they do not leave my property, outside of special fencing and training, I have to register my pets and I also have microchipping done as an extra precaution. It was nice to see that one own-

er had their cat microchipped but went on to say that they let them outside to run free. This is where I have a problem. Why don’t you build a cattery which is attached to your house, or look on the internet to see how you can make your backyard secure to keep your cat in? Why is it that cat owners and some dog owners have the ‘let them run free’ mentality? This will always lead to grief not only for the owners but also for people who don’t have pets (as the one lady who said about cats making a ruckus and sleeping in her shadehouse). Please show responsibility when you own a pet and do the right thing by them and your neighbors and your heartache won’t be so bad. Gavin Abraham, Blanchetown.

Not the first time Berri has two surgeons I WOULD like to correct your article (Riverland Regional Hospital recruits second surgeon, June 28) about the Riverland Hospital and that it is the first time two surgeons have worked side by side at the hospital. We had two previous surgeons in Dr John Nettlefold and Dr Arnold Seglenieks who worked together for many years at the Berri Hospital. Perhaps Mr Joyner of Country Health SA gave you the wrong information. Marg Jennings, Berri.

Questions over 3.9 per cent rate rise WELL, IT’S that time of year again

when our local councils leak out specific details of what rate increases we can expect over and above last year in percentage and dollar terms (or do they?). I have been listening to the radio and reading the local papers and from that one would glean that rates will only increase by 3.9 per cent (double CPI) in the Berri Barmera Council area and curiously the fee for parking in a tram lane or a tram track – neither of which exist in Berri or Barmera – will rise by 3 per cent to $232. Being a founding committee member of the Berri Barmera Ratepayers Association, it has always been my charter to see that all council information is delivered to the public in a clear and transperant manner, so the young and elderly alike can see at a glance what increases will be incurred over and above the previous year. One would think that was not too much to ask, surely, as I always thought our local council was there to serve the people. Berri Barmera Council will be introducing, at some point throughout the year, a three bin collection and disposal system for town residents of $195 and a two bin collection system for rural residents of $165 for a full year of service and pro rata for part of. The bin collection fee will no longer come under rates but will now appear as a service fee (like sewage charges) on our rates notices, leaving the increases to rates at only 3.9 per cent. Surprise, surprise. Listed are four different capital value (CV) residential ratings so readers will see at a glance the percentage increase over and above last year’s bottom line, including the three bin disposal system for town residents for a full year of operation.

Along with total dollar increases to the bottom line, which includes a $48 increase to sewage, rates are now up to $665 per year. $120,000 CV = + 33 per cent ($267.36) $150,000 CV = + 27 per cent ($273.45) $250,000 CV = + 17.74 per cent ($293.75) $350,000 CV = + 13.72 per cent ($314.05) As you can see, the increases are quite alarming and I strongly believe the general public have well and truly hit the wall as far as absorbing any more increases to their bottom line. Councils should get back to providing the basic services, being roads, footpaths, sewage and waste management. Everything else needs to be closely looked at, with more ‘user pays’ to fit in these large ticket items. The last time I did a rate comparison of my rates with a property of the same capital valuation as mine in Renmark Paringa, I found I was paying over 100 per cent more. So my conclusion is that Berri Barmera Council has plenty of room to move to reduce their rates and lessen the impact of their proposal to ratepayers. David Moritz, Berri.

No reward for recycling I CAN only whole heartily agree with Stephen Lynch about the three R’s in dealing with our waste/recycling. The only way council deals with this are the rates to go up for ratepayers.

My bin goes out twice a year at the most and has always been the case. So far I have not come across a suggestion or an announcement that there is a reward for this. This problem will only grow to be bigger and bigger and the cost will just keep going up and up. Stephen also comes up with a list of solutions that are all possible and available in our area, which will, in the end, pay for itself. Cost doesn’t come in to this as we are the custodians of this earth. And all citizens will have a chance to learn the value of ‘keeping Australia beautiful’ and healthier. Corry Spronk, Barmera.

Lend a hand THE Lameroo Regional Community School is located over 100 kilometres from the nearest Woolworths or Coles. As such, it is a little hard to pop into these stores and receive points for the Learn and Earn Program (run by Woolworths) or the Sports in Schools Program (run by Coles). We are asking you, the reader, for assistance. If you shop at Coles or Woolies and have tokens given to you and you don’t have a school to support, why not support us. We would be very grateful if you could post your dockets to us at 1 Bews Terrace, Lameroo, SA 5302. These dockets will help our country school purchase learning aids and sporting equipment; things all schools can put to good use. We hope that you all can dig deep and lend a hand to a country school. Kurt Miegel, Lameroo Regional Community School.

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MAINTAINING the home garden in winter is vital, according to a local business. Renmark based Tubs Landscaping Supplies owner ‘Tub’ Martin said many people leave gardens to their own devices during the colder months. “In winter people let weeds grow but if they sprayed them every few weeks, there is a lot less work to do in the long run,� he said. Mr Martin said July is an ideal time to prune roses and spray for black spots. With more than 16 years of experience in garden maintenance, Tubs Landscaping Supplies can provide a number of services including commercial and domestic lawn mowing, yard clean-ups, weeding, trimming, pruning and general garden work. The business also offers landscaping and can provide landscaping supplies and delivery across the Riverland. If your garden is in need of maintenance or a makeover, call Tubs Landscaping Supplies today on 0438 374 655.

Plant placing is everything THE harsh climate of the Riverland with its soaring summer heat makes the Riverland a challenging area for gardeners. However kevin and Jacinta at Lotsa Pots have 45 years of experience between them growing plants successfully in the Riverland. Kevin said the secret to growing plants in the region is to have a well planned garden placing the right plants in the right spot to create a garden with lasting results. Kevin also added that selecting acclimatised plants is very important for the Successful Riverland gardener. Kevin and Jacinta delight in transfoming backyards and are passionate about making beautiful gardens both achievable and more affordable for all.

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Is it really worth growing fruit trees? A FRIEND recently asked me the question, is it really worth growing fruit trees considering the rising cost of water and all the associated bother with pruning, fertiliser, pest control and then keeping off birds and the like from eating your harvest? My answer in hindsight was probably a little flippant; Why wouldn’t you? Let me explain. If you are in the habit of buying all your food needs in one place and don’t necessarily have the time to consider how far it has come, how it is grown or even how it is treated between the grower and you, you may not be interested. If you are interested in what you feed yourself, your family and friends, you probably are already (or are about to) grow at least some of your food. My “why wouldn’t you� question is more an incredulous “why wouldn’t you want to experience the sheer joy of picking fruit and vegetables and eating them when they are so fresh they are still growing instead of in the process of decay?� The taste should be enough to convince anybody. Moving around the garden

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Lighting The type of lighting used in your home can make a significant difference to your power bill.

Beech Electrical director Rob Beech said people can save thousands of dollars in the long term by installing energy saving down lights. “A conventional light draws 50 watts of power, whereas an equivalent LED downlight will give you the same lighting level but only draw on nine watts, so there is a fair saving,� he said. “The other advantage is that for a conventional downlight globe, about the best you can get is 6000 hours but with an LED light, they are suggesting you get up to 50,000 hours, so you’ve got that mainte-

Mr Beech said there are a number of other ways to help reduce your power bills, including being smart with your heating during winter. “Instead of setting your airconditioner or heater at 23 degrees, bring it down to 20 degrees and put on some warmer clothes and you’ll find that there will be some savings in that,� he said. “We suggest keeping a diary for the time the airconditioner is used so that you can keep track of the power being used.�

in rooms not being used will also be beneficial towards savings on electricity bills, according to Mr Beech. “In the past people would turn the light on and forget about turning it off, whereas now you go into a room, your turn it on and when you come out of the room, you turn it off,� he said. “They are not that power consuming but if you’ve got half a dozen lights on and they are staying on for five or six hours it all starts to add up. “If you are not using your flat screen televisions or DVD players, turn them off at the power point.� Installing sensor lighting indoors and outdoors could also have a positive impact towards energy efficiency. “If you’ve got external lights, rather than turning them on when you go out because you want to have that light on when you come home, put a scanner on it so that when you go out it

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Musical Society to perform Grease THE Riverland Musical Society’s 2012 production of Grease begins on Saturday. All performances will take place at Renmark’s Chaffey Theatre due to ongoing refurbishments at the society’s normal venue of the Bonney Theatre, Barmera. The popular musical will run over two weekends at the Chaffey Theatre with peformances on Saturday at 2pm and 8pm, Sunday at 2pm and the following Saturday at 8pm and Sunday at 2pm. Grease director Mark

Skewes said the Bonney Theatre is well known as the musical society’s “home base” but is looking forward to this year’s production in Renmark. The Berri Barmera Council project at the Bonney Theatre is expected to result in an improved theatre entrance, including better toilet facilities and more space for patrons when arriving for performances. The works should be completed later this year. “It is where people would normally expect to come and see our productions,” he said.

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6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 Misbehaving Mums To Be 8.30 Sunday Best 10.05 Randling 10.35 Tribal Wives: Becky, a personal assistant from London, goes to live on the idyllic island of

Kitava, off the east coast of Papua New Guinea. 11.35 Deadwood 1.25 Heartland: A surprise announcement by Peter throws Lou's wedding plans into disarray. Amy and Ty are forced to make difficult decisions about their futures. 2.05 ABC News

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.30 Breaking The Magician's Code 12.30 AFL: GWS v Adelaide 3.30 Outsourced 4.00 Better Homes And Gardens 5.30 SA Life 6.00 Seven News

6.30 Sunday Night 7.30 Billy Connolly's Route 66 8.30 Downton Abbey: With the wedding approaching, there is excitement in the air. 10.00 Castle 11.00 Serial Killers 12.00 Movie: The Tattooist 2.00 Home Shopping 3.00 NBC Today

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today - Sunday 10.00 Wide World Of Sports 11.00 The Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 1.00 Gold Coast Marathon 1.30 Wildlife Man 2.30 Jamie Durie Presents G’Day Cirque Du Soleil

3.30 Tricky Business 4.30 Road To London 5.00 Nine News 5.30 South Aussie With Cosi 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Reaching Out 8.00 60 Minutes 9.00 The Mentalist 11.00 Footy Classified 12.00 Sunday Football: Dragons v Sharks 2.00 Skippy: The Bush Kangaroo

6.00 Mass At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Children’s Programs 8.00 Baxter's Bash 9.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 10.00 The Bolt Report 10.30 Meet the Press 11.00 The Circle Highlights Show 12.00 Movie: The Good Witch’s Garden 2.00 Netball: ANZ

Championship: Preliminary Final 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bolt Report 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Project 6.30 Last Man Standing 7.00 New Girl 7.30 Masterchef 9.00 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 NCIS: LA

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.30 World Watch 7.30 Cycling: Tour De France 2012: Daily Update 8.00 World Watch 8.30 Popasia 10.30 Football Asia 11.00 Football Feature 12.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 12.30 Speedweek 2.30 World Watch 3.30 When The

Egyptians Sailed On The Red Sea 4.30 Salam Café 5.00 Cycling Central 6.00 Cycling: Tour De France 2012: Highlights 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Inside Nature’s Giants 9.30 Cycling: Tour De France 2012: Stage 14

Monday 16th

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6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Doctor Who: When Donna's entire world collapses, and there is no sign of the Doctor, she finds help from a mysterious women from another universe. 8.20 Doctor Who: Confidential

8.25 The Roast 8.30 Tribal Wives 9.30 Bored To Death 10.00 Louie: Louie decides to adopt a dog. 10.25 Gruen Planet: Presented by Wil Anderson 11.00 Dragons' Den 12.00 Breaking Bad 12.50 Cold Feet 1.40 London Live 2.10 ABC News

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6.00 Breakfast 9.00 The Circle 11.30 Children’s Programs 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday Gourmet 4.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 The Bold And

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5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.30 Costa’s Garden Odyssey 2.00 Are You My Mother? 3.00 Letters And Numbers 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Cycling: Tour De France 2012:

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Wednesday 18th

ABC 1

“We are looking forward to performing in the newand-improved Bonney Theatre next year.” Mr Skewes said rehearsals are still being held at the Bonney Theatre despite the ongoing refurbishments. “Songs are being practised and dance routines are being polished, while sets are being assembled, painted and moved into place (in ■ GREAT SHOW: The Renmark),” he said. Riverland Musical Society Tickets are available at all is bringing local audiences Chaffey Theatre outlets or by Grease over two weekends phoning 8586 1800. beginning on Saturday.

TV Antennas

5.30 Eggheads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Meerkat Manor 10.25 Minuscule 10.30 Sleek Geeks 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press 1.30 Can We Help? 2.00 Greek Odyssey 3.00 Children’s Programs 5.00 Eggheads

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6.30 Win News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 The Voice US 9.30 Tricky Business 10.30 RPA 11.30 Win News 12.00 Eclipse 12.30 20/20 1.30 Danoz 2.00 Guthy Renker 2.30 Danoz 3.30 GMA 5.00 Early Morning News

6.00 Breakfast 9.00 The Circle 11.30 Children’s Programs 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook: Presented by Colin Lane 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday Gourmet 4.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Project 7.00 Masterchef 8.30 Movie: Iron Man 2: Robert Downey Jr, Mickey Rourke 11.10 Ten News 11.55 Ally McBeal 12.55 Late Show With David Letterman 2.00 Infomercials Home Shopping 3.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.30 Costa’s Garden Odyssey 2.00 Once Bitten 3.00 Letters And Numbers 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Cycling: Tour De France 2012: Highlights 6.30 World News

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HIS two-storey home is situated in one of the best locations in Paringa and is definitely one of the best homes in the area. Set on just over three quarters of an acre, the home offers four bedrooms with the main bedroom upstairs plus three bedrooms at ground level. The living areas are split level comprising lounge, family and games rooms, plus a kitchen with stunning timber cupboards and a tiled dining area. Ducted airconditioning and combustion heating provide comfort in all seasons. The superb outdoor living area boasts lovely views and the beautiful gardens surrounding the home have been designed to be low maintenance. The shedding and carport areas are above average providing a huge amount of vehicle space and workshop area, plus room for the caravan and boat. The rainwater catchment system allows the whole home to use rainwater all year round. This extremely attractive home offers high quality living in a superb location.

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Pirce: $490,000 View: by appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Price: $165,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Price: $280,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

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26 Flinders St,

$245pw

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$200pw

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226 Fifteenth St,

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Renmark

Price: $90,000 View: by appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

120 Seventh St,

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RLA 47936

If you’re serious about selling... SELL WITH US Waikerie

$180,000

Morgan

$209,500

3 BEDROOM BRICK HOME s s

3 bedrooms Walk-in robe in Master with b/ins in remaining bedrooms Large lounge Slow Combustion heater Ample shedding and under cover storage Various private outdoor entertaining options

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AWAITING YOUR CHOICE s Water delivery rights s Only 5 kms from Waikerie s Great price for such a lot

8.20Ha (20.26 acres) 43m x 7m (141’ x 22’) Shed 12m x 6m (40’ x 20’) shed

Morgan

$465,000

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Why choose Marschall First stt National to be your agentt

Serving the community through the generations.

$350,000

So if you are serious about selling,

BEST OF THE BEST 4 bedrooms 4 bathrooms Formal lounge Family room Undercover parking Shedding 11.4 acres of secluded beauty Indoor pool

Morgan

sell with Marschall First National anytime phone 8541 2777. Go with the team that gets the job done!

Swan Reach s s s

$330,000

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FREEHOLD RIVERFRONT SHACK s Elevated holiday home s Lockable shed s 2 bedrooms s Ability to ski away s Well appointed kitchen

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6 ACANTBLOCKLOCATEDINTHE prestigious Brenda Park area. . ONEIGHBOURSONTHE upstream side. ! PPROXIMATELYMETRESOF frontage to river reserve. Ideal opportunity to secure a riverfront property to develop when it suits you.

Waikerie

Waikerie

ORIGINAL WAIKERIE STONE HOME

$234,000 s s s s s s s

3 Bedrooms plus OfďŹ ce Large kitchen Dining room Separate lounge .EATANDTIDYBATHROOM 2 toilets Awaiting your touches

Waikerie LOW MAINTENANCE HIGH ENJOYMENT s s s s

3 double bedrooms Dual access bathroom Open plan living Paved side and rear

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entertaining areas Garage under main roof Low maintenance allotment Views towards riverats

Waikerie

$199,000

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$228,500

Blank canvas 5380m² (1.32 acres) Fenced on 3 sides .OTIMEFRAMESONBUILDING 5 minutes from Waikerie township

Waikerie

$154,000

INVESTMENT PLUS s Close to schools, kindy and s s s s

Childcare 3 bedrooms Good size yard Walk to the river Receiving great rent

Brenda Park s s s

SPORTS AT YOUR DOORSTEP Brick home s Private undercover parking Fantastic Location s Great Investment/ Retiree home

Low maintenance yard

Morgan

$212,000

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4 Bedrooms and study Spacious living area Full length rear verandah Combustion heating Split system reverse cycle air

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conditioning Fenced swimming pool Lockable garage Convenient peaceful location

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$395,000

WATCH THE WATER Elevated shack .EXTTOTHEBOATRAMP 2 bedrooms Open living balcony Great family spot Right on the river

Blanchetown

$239,950

FABULOUS FAMILY HOME Large 1011m² allotment Security fencing and lockable shedding 3 bedrooms Spacious open plan livng 2 way bathroom 5mins to boat ramp above lock 1 Walk around the corner to the super market. Brand new brick veneer home

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Fenced allotment Close to the town centre 6 ERYCLOSETOSCHOOLAND sporting facilities Get off the rental roundabout and build your home today

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2 storey riverfront home 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Large living areas on both levels Updated kitchen with modern appliances

area Set on 1.76 acres

Waikerie

$109,900

GREAT LOCATION, GREAT PRICE s 2 bedroom home s Kitchen lounge and dining s s s s s

area Large deck Massive front yard Rear lane access Rural outlook Get off the rental roundabout today.

Hogwash

$239,500

SECLUDED GETAWAY

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2.743HA (6.77 acres) 3 bedroom home Large lounge Stunning surroundings Renovate, or start from scratch and build your dream holiday home

Waikerie s s s s s s s

HOME AND LAND 3 bedrooms Main with walk in robe Modern kitchen Separate family room Double carport Fully enclosed rear yard 12m x 7m shed with 2 roller doors

Houseboat s s s s s

$159,000

$115,000 MAYSUN

3 Cabins Open living Large bathroom 6ERYNEATANDTIDY )NSPECTTOBE impressed

$169,900

FIRST HOME, RETIRE OR INVEST s Freshly painted s 3 bedrooms s Fully fenced allotment s Carport with remote s s

controlled roller door Reverse cycle split system a/c 6.5m x 3.9m shed with concrete oor, lights & power

Cadell s s s s s s s s s

$339,000

STONE HOME CLOSE TO TOWN s 4 bedrooms s 2 toilets s 3 living area s Swimming pool s Under light tennis court s Huge outdoor entertaining s

Waikerie

$429,000

GETAWAY FROM IT ALL

Waikerie

$59,500

YOUR OWN PIECE OF AUSTRALIA

$46,000

BUILD AND DEVELOP

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RIVER FRONTAGE CAN BE AFFORDABLE Large 648m2 freehold allotment 49.16m frontage Licence for a jetty Double bedrooms Open plan living area Lockable boat shed Sandy skiable beach .EARTOMAINBOATRAMP Quieter shack site

$585,000

AMAZING PIECE OF AUSTRALIA s Spectacular views s Private access to water frontage So many options with the accommodation .EEDTOINSPECTTOBELIEVE .ONEARBYNEIGHBOURS Ticks all the boxes

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Waikerie

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oorboards in living areas .UMEROUSVEHICLEPARKING options Galley style kitchen with Modern appliances Secluded Family home 1 minute to the River and a Primary School Ducted Reverse Cycle Air-conditioning

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$475,000

ABSOLUTE RIVERFRONT Extra large allotment Subsoil irrrigation system Lawned riverfront Two storey holiday home Ample sleeping accommodation Concrete boatramp

Waikerie s s

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SOLID HOME GREAT PRICE

Minutes from Waikerie Fully fenced 2 bedrooms Renovated kitchen Renovated bathroom Potential to build on (STCA)

Brenda Park

$269,500

PORTFOLIO PRIZE Desirable location 6ERYWELLPRESENTEDAND surround by similar houses, Large 3 bedroom plus study/ fourth bedroom home Modern kitchen and wonderful entertaining areas. Currently occupied by a long term tenant.

Serving the district from, 2 Coombe Terrace, Waikerie

$475,000

0 uced to $450,00 redSPECTACULAR OUTLOOK s s s

Sought after area Elevated home Huge undercover entertaining area Extensive balcony MXMXMSHED

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Overland Cnr

$168,000

reduced to $162

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CREATE YOUR OWN MEMORIES

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3 bedroom home Full length front verandah to take in the view 5.5m x 5.5m shed 734m2 block of land with rear access Ideal Family home or base for the traveller

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Waikerie

$398,000

SECLUDED QUALITY HOME WITH INCOME POTENTIAL s 7 year old quality home set s s

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$235,000

3 BEDROOM STONE HOME ON 0.57 ACRES s Polished Baltic Pine

$119,000

,900 reduced to $109

$310,000

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on 1.204ha (2.97acres) 4 bedrooms (main with ensuite and WIR) Large open plan living area incorporates kitchen (quality appliances), dining and family room Double garage with remote controlled roller doors and internal access to house. Slow combustion heater and ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning. Large shed with concrete oor, lights and 3 phase power

Waikerie

$250,000

OUTSTANDING POSITION s s s s s s s

Spectacular views 4 bedrooms Massive Bathroom Renovated Kitchen 3 living area 3 Outdoor entertaining area Finish this home and it will be unbelievable

Waikerie

$150,000

CORNER ALLOTMENT s s s s s s

3 bedrooms Cooling and heating Polished oors, Outdoor area Large shed. Fully fenced yard

Waikerie

$235,000

PROMINENT SHEDDING IN GREAT LOCATION s s s s s s

680m2 of ofďŹ ce space Storage & workshop area Customer lounge Large showroom Awaiting your new venture in life Lots of customer parking

SINCE 1920

PH. (08) 8541 2777 Available 7 Days a week at a time convenient to buyers and sellers www.marschallfirstnational.com.au


Thursday July 12, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 17

RLA 47936

If you’re serious about selling... SELL WITH US Waikerie

$149,500

Waikerie

IDEAL WEEKENDER, FIRST HOME OR SECURE INVESTMENT

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3 bedrooms Ducted Air Conditioner Large 2486 m2 block of land 4.9m x 4m shed Carport attached to house Secluded home close to Waikerie Golf Course

Waikerie

$185,000

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$329,000

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$229,500

30 acres Close to Berri Natural bushland

from $49,990

VALUE PACKED Close to the township Room to move .OBUILDINGTIMECONSTRAINTS Service available All offers considered

Morgan

3 bedroom home Convenient location Good shedding Large yard Granny Flat included

Waikerie

NATURE LOVERS WANTED

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TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE

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$79,000

Waikerie

$229,990

Waikerie

creek frontage and 1 with river frontage Lawn to rivers edge Located in securely fenced Estate near Blanchetown

Monash

$495,000

RARE BIT OF RIVER FRONTAGE s Appox 350 HA (866 acres) s Build develop, choice is yours s On 5 separate Titles s Just a quick ferry trip and

FREEHOLD RIVERFRONT SHACK s Cosy holiday shack s Open plan living s 8m x 7.5m shed s 2 parcels of land – 1 with

1400m² Freehold allotment Wide frontage onto Federal Street 9m x 7m steel framed shed with concrete floor Separate bathroom with toilet Easy access to riverfront and lawned reserve

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Cadell

$169,000

Blanchetown

TIME FOR A CHANGE s s

ramp and river

Suit Retiree, Investor or first home buyer

lets you have so many choices

$107,000

$209,000

AFFORDABLE HOLIDAY HOME s 2 bedrooms s Outdoor entertaing area s Undercover parking s Walking distance to boat

HOP SKIP AND A JUMP YOU’RE AT THE SHOP s Endless possibilities s Fantastic location s 3 bedroom s Heating and Cooling s Zoning for this property

LIVINGAREAS ,ARGEKITCHEN ,OCKUPGARAGE &ULLYENCLOSEDBACKYARD Ready for you to make your touches on the home

Morgan

Murbko

BRICKS AND MORTAR Superb location 2 bedrooms Lockup garage Great street appeal Low maintenance yard

Waikerie

VERY CONVENIENT LOCATION s Great location s 4 bedrooms s s s s s

$169,900

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$550,000

RECENTLY COMPLETED Two storey 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Large upper level

LAND, HOUSE AND UNIT s Peaceful surroundings s 2 bedroom granny flat

4 bedrooms Galley kitchen Several living areas

Scotts Creek

$490,000

entertaining area

s Paved bbq area s Great sized block

$205,000

Waikerie

ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED FAMILY WANTED 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Lovely family home Walking distance to bread milk and paper Close to river

$160,000

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1011m2 fully fenced yard 3 bedrooms 2 car carport Ducted cooling Close to the river Large rear decked entertaining area

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2 Contact Marschall First National 8541 2777

113 D-Channel Rd Price $109,900 Inspect By Appointment

was $119,0 00

NOW $109,900

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18 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday July 12, 2012

New Release MONASH, Distillery Road OUT OF TOWN AT ITS FINEST

$485,000

Situated on a couple of acres between Monash and Berri is this beautifully presented family home. Comprising four bedrooms, an office, ensuite, walk-in robe, two large living areas, a dining area and an outstanding timber kitchen, you will want for nothing. French doors lead outside to a large entertaining area and in-ground pool. To complete the package is a concreted three bay shed for the handyman and a double carport. Finally, you can move out of town and have it all. *Private viewing only.

New Release BERRI, 31 Worman Street FIX UP OR KNOCK DOWN

New Release

$79,500

You decide. Either fix it up or knock it down. Partly demolished three bedroom house on a good size block of 800 sq metres. Fronts Old Sturt Highway. Comes with good size shed, clothes line and rainwater tank.

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

BARMERA, 43 Brooke St

$48,000

LOOKING TO BUILD YOUR NEW HOME?

A good size block of land has just become available. Located close to school and hospital and an easy walk to the main shopping centre and beautiful Lake Bonney.

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

New Release BERRI, 53 Kay Avenue

$330,000

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

Three flats situated opposite the Riverland Central Plaza, in Berri, are on the market. Each flat comprises of two bedrooms, airconditioning, a small yard and a carport. Currently these flats are fully let and returning seven per cent. Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

BERRI, 7 Grenache Avenue GROUP OF FIVE UNITS IN BERRI

$455,000

LOXTON, 40 First Street

$455,000

INVESTMENT FLATS PLUS LAND

Five two bedroom units with carports and air conditioning are available. The units are fully let with fixed term tenants, in excellent condition and returning nine per cent gross. They are low maintenance and a great investment.

Situated on the corner of Sixth and First Street are six two bedroom flats plus land suitable for further development. The flats have good returns and will be an excellent investment.

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

PRICE REDUCTION $217,000 to $204,500 BERRI, 61a Derrick Street

BERRI, 9b Fenwick Road

COURTYARD VILLA

POSITION, POSITION, POSITION

Situated in Derrick Street Berri, this very attractive villa is fully established and set in landscaped grounds. Two bedrooms, main bedroom with built-in robes, open plan living with access to patio area, tiled bathroom and laundry. Airconditioning, carport, roller door and garden shed.

$238,000

Set in a great position nested near a park, is this three bedroom villa. Comprising open plan kitchen/dining family, and separate lounge it has a lovely outdoor entertaining area off the dine. Compact and complete with a small garden shed and carport, it is a must see for the first home buyer or retiree.

BERRI, 4A McLean Street MODERN VILLA

Situated in a popular area close to facilities and surrounded by quality homes is this three bedroom modern spacious home. Complete with airconditioning, garage UMR and pergola. Suit retiree or investor. Currently tenanted at $245 per week. Priced to sell.

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

$229,000

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

New Release BERRI, 1 Wishart Street

$135,000

GREAT FIRST HOME BUY

Partly renovated three bedroom home in a great position, close to school and hospital. All bedrooms newly carpeted, freshly painted throughout with a good size kitchen/dining. Comprising a large amount of shedding and undercover car parking with rear and side lane access this property is priced to sell.

RENMARK, 210 Fifteenth Street QUALITY HOME IN FABULOUS POSITION

This large Mt. Gambier stone home boasts high ceilings, three large bedrooms and an even larger loungeroom offering comfortable family living. Situated between the main shopping district and the town’s swimming pool, it is close to primary and high schools, all within a 5 minute walk. Evaporative cooling keeps the home at a very comfortable living temperature.

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

SOLD BERRI, 18 Padman Court UPMARKET QUALITY HOME Quality four bedroom home offering comfortable family living within the new subdivision area. Main bedroom has walk-in robe and ensuite, two carpeted bedrooms have built-in robes, then a fourth bedroom (study). The house is comfortable all year round with the ducted evaporative airconditioning, as well as a reverse cycle split system. Sliding doors from the family room lead to a huge undercover entertaining area. Internet: 3DUFD7

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Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

$175,000

GLOSSOP, 13 Streeter Avenue GARDENER’S DELIGHT

$185,000

Situated on corner allotment in Glossop, is this three bedroom home. Comprising two living areas and an open plan kitchen featuring stained glass windows, this home has been partially renovated. With plenty of parking, shedding and outdoor entertainment area there is something for all members of the family.

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

New Release FROM $110,000 to $120,000 COOLTONG, 143 Old Cooltong Avenue COTTAGE OUT OF TOWN

Situated on approximately one acre out of town near Cooltong is this small two bedroom cottage. Complete with sitting area, lounge, kitchen/dining and a split system in the lounge, privacy is guaranteed. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

BERRI, 64 Zante Road

$129,000

AFFORDABLE CORNER BLOCK

Three bedroom home on corner lot. Side entrance to the garage/workshop. Good sized block. Neat throughout with lounge, kitchen, tiled bathroom. At present tenanted on a fixed term. Suit first home buyer or investor. Internet: 36SFD7

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304


Thursday July 12, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 19

RENTAL PROPERTIES BERRI PROPERTIES

BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

BERRI PROPERTIES 33B VAUGHAN TCE

Price: $200

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2 bdr, modern well presented villa, spacious open living, gas heating, evaporative cooling, enclosed yard, garaging, walk to town, no pets.

LOXTON PROPERTIES

BARMERA, UNITS - NO PETS

HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

5 OAK ST

11 TRENAMAN CRS Price: $320

1 ROSENTHAL DR

PW

4 lrg bdr, two bathroom executive home with spacious family living area, dining and seperate formal lounge, double lock-up garage, small shed, enclosed yard and undercover pool.

Price:

170 PW

3 bdr home with built-in-robes, kitchen/dining and separate lounge, reverse cycle airconditioning, carport and enclosed yard.

1/4 AITKEN ST

Price: $155

PW

2 bdr unit, close to town in quiet street, built-in-robe, open living, reverse cycle airconditioning, small backyard, garden shed and carport. BARMERA PROPERTY 3 PASCOE TCE

10 CRAWFORD TCE

1 HUCKSTEPP CRT

Price: $325

PW

Executive 4 bdr, two bathroom, three living areas, formal dining, very large open living areas, formal lounge and dining, two study areas, wood heating, swimming pool, enclosed yard, garden shedding and double carport. 3/83 KAY AVE

Price: $210

53 MCGREGOR

185 PW

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Price: $185

PW

2 bdr home close to town, large kitchen/dining and separate lounge, sunroom, large yard, garden shed and split system airconditioning.

3 large bdr plus sleep out, kitchen/ dining, separate lounge, reverse cycle airconditioning, large enclosed yard and shed.

BARMERA, UNIT - NO PETS

1 PADDICK ST

Price: $170

1. Experience in Property Management and knowledge of the local market?

9/65 TONKIN AVE

PW

6/9 FARMER ST

3 bdr, kitchen/dining, lounge, reverse cycle airconditioning, enclosed yard, convenient location adjacent to park and playground.

Price: $150

PW

2 bdr with built-in-robes, open living, private back yard, carport, close to all facilities.

Price: $150

PW

2 bdr unit with built-in-robes, modern kitchen, reverse cycle airconditioning, spacious living area, small back yard and carport.

2. Familiarity with various legislations and policies in leasing and up to date with changes?

Price: $185

RENMARK PROPERTY Price: $270

3. What is the strategy in attracting the best tenants? 4. How often is the landlord communicated with?

20 QUEEN ELIZABETH DR

$

140 PW

1 bdr, two living areas, spacious unit overlooking the lake, reverse cycle airconditioning, carport and paved back area

5. How are the financial aspects managed?

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GLOSSOP PROPERTIES 42 GARRETT RD

Price: $190

PW

4 bdr, large home out of town, kitchen dining & separate lounge, R/C A/C, large open yard & carport.

Our LJ Hooker Property Investment experts can not only answer all the above questions so you have an informed choice, but have in practice all of the above on a daily basis.

GARRETT RD

New Release

Price: $170

PW

3 bdr home on land, spacious lounge with S/S A/C, large bedrooms, shower plus bath, enclosed backyard.

RENMARK, UNITS - NO PETS 5 /86 JAMES

Price: $150

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

LAND PLUS BRICK SHOPS

10/86 JAMES AVE

Price: $135

NOBODY DOES IT BETTER… For more information on any of the rental properties PLEASE PHONE 8582 2744 or visit www.ljhooker.com.au/berri

$179,000

SUBSTANTIAL BUILDING

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

LOXTON, Drabsch Street

$375,000

Situated just off main street in Loxton’s business district, an opportunity to purchase vacant land, plus four brick shops. Selling as a whole, on two titles. Develop further or permit parking. Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

$395,000

COMMERCIAL SHOPS

Group of Freehold Shops, all currently let, plus large storage area. Two shop premises fronting East Terrace and two on Edward Street. Returning $36,000.

Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

COMMERCIAL LEASING BERRI DENNY STREET Approx 160sqm refurbished corner position. Display glass windows all around. Air conditioning, Kitchen. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

BERRI HUGHES STREET Prime location, Reverse cycle Air conditioning. Suit office/workshop. Parking available. Lease negotiable. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

BERRI RIVERVIEW DRIVE Shared office space, two offices with facilities, airconditioning, parking. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

BERRI CNR WILLIAM/DENNY STREET Shop premises approx 200sqm. At present 2 shops, could be used as one. Corner position, Air conditioning, Reasonable rent. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

RLA 1935

BERRI WILSON STREET Shop premises approx 200sqm, suit retail. A/C, Kitchen & 2 Toilets. Lease negotiable, $330.pw PLUS OUTGOINGS. Avail now. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

BERRI CORNER WILSON/WILLIAM Corner position. Large retail premises, approx. 200 sqm, airconditioning, car parking. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

LOXTON EAST TERRACE Prime location in main street, Approx 200sqm. Air conditioning, Carpeted, Kitchen/Toilets. Avail now. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

RENMARK ARCADE Large shop premises in prominent position. R/C A/C, next to Supermarket, Kitchen/Toilets. Lease negotiable. Parking. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

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ITUATED on a couple of acres between Monash and Berri is this beautifully presented family home. Comprising four bedrooms, an office, ensuite, walk-in robe, two large living areas, a dining area and an outstanding timber kitchen, you will want for nothing. French doors lead outside to a large entertaining area and in-ground pool. To complete the package there is a concreted three bay shed for the handyman and a double carport. Finally, you can move out of town and have it all.

MONASH

5

Distillery Road Price $485,000 Inspect By appointment RLA 1935

2

5 Contact LJ Hooker Berri Sue Wurth 0431 488 538

PW

2 bdr brick upstairs unit, close to shopping, central location, R/C airconditioning.

Approximately 180sqm. Corner position, aircon, kitchen, toilet. Two car parks, previously used as office stationery. Suit offices or retail. Selling with vacant possession.

LOXTON, East/Edward Tce

PW

Modern 2 bdr brick unit near the River, great position, close to shopping, R/C airconditioning.

INDUSTRIAL SHOPS

BERRI, 11 William Street

PW

Spacious and beautifully presented home, large 3 bdr, open living with modern kitchen, close to town, sporting facilities and hospital. R/C ducted airconditioning, with low maintenance gardens.

$395,000

Three vacant shops, A/C, plus three bay shedding with roller doors on land parking bitumen paving. Situated in an industrial area, these shops are an opportunity to establish your own business or occupy one and rent out the others.

PW

3 bdr modern home, built-in-robes, open living area, two-way bathroom, manageable yard & carport.

4 HALE ST

7. How to ensure the investment is in a state of being competitive?

PW

COMMERCIAL SALES PROPERTIES

BERRI, Verrall Cresent

95 PARUNA RD

6. How often are inspections carried out?

3 bdr modern home, kitchen/dining, separate lounge, reverse cycle airconditiong, large rear yard and carport.

PW

Executive 1 bdr, partly furnished apartment, centrally located to shopping & sporting facilities, R/C heat/cooling, car parking.

Price:

Price: $175

PW

Older style, 4 bdr, in good location, large interior with eat-in-kitchen, R/C A/C, garaging & enclosed yard.

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Price: $190


20 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday July 12, 2012

Classifieds

P: 8582 5500 - 10A Wilson Street, Berri - classies@riverlandweekly.com.au

Deaths

For Sale

COOK John McNeill Peacefully in his sleep at home on July 6, 2012. Aged 85 years. Beloved husband of the late Elaine. Loving father and fatherin-law of Jenny and Jim, Sue and David, Lindy and Paul, Helen and Rod, and Tracey-Anne. Dearest grandpa of Kerri, Steffany, Terri, TraceyLee, Jason, Nathan, Amanda, Gregory, David and their partners. Loved great grandpa of Katelin, Alice, Matthew, Brayden, Charlie, Paige, Dakoda, Koen and Isabelle.

KITTENS - Russian Blue cross tabbies - red and white DSH, desexed, vacc and m/chipped $150 each phone 8582 5058. NETAFIN P.C. dripline. 2L/ hr 30 cents/metre. 35,000 metres suit grape vines, new sealed on pallet. Fertilizer spreader ½ ton $600, 1 ton $1,000, both as new. 6 metre HD tank stand $1,200. UR grape harvester $5,000. Stone fruit grader polystyrene boxes $3,000. Toyota Dyna truck $1,200. Ph Arthur on 0400 043 758.

Public Notices INSURANCE - For the most competitive prices on home, contents, commercial, caravan and boats. Contact your local SGIC Agents, Rosenthal’s, Renmark, Ph 8586 6626 or Berri, Ph 8582 3644.

dress will suit any type of wedding. With bustle already fitted, the very comfortable size 12 dress will fit a size 10. It has a corset and is beautifully Funeral Notice beaded on both the front and back with a long COOK train. The dress has been The relatives and friends dry cleaned and boxed. of Mr. John McNeill COOK $500 negotiable. Contact are respectfully invited to 0433 997 718. attend his funeral service Motor Vehicles to be conducted entirely at the Berri Bowling Club on Friday July 13 at 11am followed by private cremation at the Riverland Crematorium. Harrip) Died aged 80 in Sydney July 7, 2012. Formerly of Renmark. Loving wife of Don and family.

In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Royal Flying Doctor Service in John’s memory would be appreciated. Donations may be made at the service. RIVERLAND FUNERALS Berri 85821333 Renmark 85864422 Accredited Member Australian Funeral Directors Association

PAINTING wanted. 23 years experience. Free quote. ABN 52014912126 BLD 108538. Contact 0414 686 565 or home 8588 7357. TANK Lining, leaking concrete and iron water tanks lined with fibreglass, onsite all areas. Ph Pete Headlam 08 8764 8131.

For Hire JUMPING CASTLES Birthday Party’s and Special Events, all Riverland towns. Call Ken 0437 061 847.

NAVARA ST-X 2008, Petrol, Share 62000km, $28000ono Accommodation Grey, XUB-291, Phone MINDARIE and out 0433 426 609. of Berri area, contact BUS 8 metre Hino AC140, 0412 017 648. WRK-207, 11/89, 29 seat current road inspection PLACE your ad in the report ex 31/01/13, rego Riverland Weekly and 20/10/12 $14,000 ONO. add a colour block Phone 0408 857 454. for just $5 extra!

Wanted To Buy

Grab your

BERRI LAUNDRETTE, personal reasons for selling. Phone 0438 818 512. GARDEN mulch hay, semi cured ready for use, good quality $5 bale. No 63, Gate 2 lock five road Paringa, 0439 652 277. GRANNY FLAT Fully self contained, 1 Bedroom. Only 2 years old. To be removed from property by buyer. $54,000 ONO. To view, Ph 0419 825 462. HOUSEBOAT 13 x 4.8m 4 berth, aluminium pontoons, diesel motor, EPA compliant, Morgan area $70,000, Phone 0427 059 126. INNER spring queen bed mattress as new $80, phone 8576 3464.

APOLOGY FORCED ADOPTION PRACTICES

A live video broadcast of the Apology can be viewed online at www.saapology.sa.gov.au

s Berri Hospital s LJ Hooker s Adriennes s Body Essentials by Cilla s Riverland Weekly s Berri Riverside Caravan Park s Houseboat Adventures s Berri Newsagency s Berri North IGA s United Fuel s Caltex Service Station s Berri Resort Hotel s Sunbake Bakery s Rosenthal Motors s Berri Direct s Pure Skin s St Catherin’s s Patisserie s RLF s Plaza Sunbake s Visitor Information Centre

Because limited seating is available at Parliament House, you will need to reserve your place by 13 July 2012. If you have been affected by forced adoption practices and wish to attend, please call 08 8226 1205.

Home Loan Support Officer Riverland Lending Services was established in 2002 & is now the region’s largest independent finance brokerage. RLS is accredited with most of Australia’s lending institutions and selects the best loan deal for each individual client and then organizes everything for them. The Loan Support Officer provides key support to our Home Loan Manager including building great rapport with our clients, staff and service providers, assisting in the preparation of submissions for approval by lenders, preparation of loan documentation for execution by clients and arranging settlement of transactions. The secret to success in this role is being able to provide a high level of customer service while maintaining up to date and accurate client files. Industry knowledge is an advantage but not crucial however you will need to be numbers focused and manage quality control with a strong focus on detail. The following attributes would make a successful applicant: v Excellent communication and time management skills - coordinating conflicting deadlines v Ability to work unsupervised within a great team environment v Intermediate computer skills in Word and Excel v Ability to quickly understand and use new systems v Problem-solving poses no problems, nor does thinking on your feet and adapting to change or new concepts with ease v Ethically work within the strict industry compliance standards v Eager to take full responsibility for tasks assigned If you are a success oriented, self motivated individual, looking for an opportunity to redevelop your career or change your industry and earn a good income, then please apply to: The Managing Director, Riverland Lending Services PO Box 2127,BERRI SA 5343 Or email to: admin@rls.net.au

To join a market leader, please send in your application by close of business Monday July 23 2012.

Old Sturt Highway FRIENDSHIP FELLOWSHIP WORSHIP Sunday Worship 10am Children’s activities Weekly meetings for all ages Ps. Roger Risson Phone 8582 4886

The Apology will be delivered at the South Australian Parliament from 11am on Wednesday 18 July 2012.

A DVD of the Apology will be available. For a copy of the DVD, please contact the Office of the Minister for Education and Child Development, the Hon Grace Portolesi MP, on 08 8226 1205 or email: apology@sa.gov.au

Position Vacant

Berri Church of Christ

On behalf of the South Australian Government, the Premier, the Hon Jay Weatherill MP, will deliver a formal Apology to mothers and fathers whose children were removed because of forced adoption practices from the past, and to people who were separated from their parents as infants as a result of those practices.

At these local businesses in Berri...

For Sale A1 top quality Redgum blocks, pick up or deliver per bin, Barmera. Ph 0427 883 298 or 8588 3298.

Church Services

HEAPS of good buys, unit 1/39 McGregor Street Berri, 9am–3pm, hope to see you there.

RENMARK Caravan Centre consigns and sells a wide range of Pre Loved and New Caravans. Ask for a free Trade In Appraisal today. Phone TACTICAL voice and data communications, (08) 8595 1911. RF consultancy. Waikerie Lost Electronics, Phone 0403 892 988. A pair of prescription glasses in blue case, Services phone 8541 2195. DOG grooming. Bathing, blow-drying, clipping. For an appointment, Ph Kay on 8583 5325. L

PRUNING collards complete with frame, 2 heavy duty heads and 1 light duty ready for work, Our Dad at peace. no longer required as sold COOK John McNeill property $10,000. Phone KJR mowing and garden, We will miss you Dad. 0418 892 925 anytime. for all your gardening Forever in our hearts. WEDDING dress for sale. needs including clean Lindy, Paul and family. Worn only once, this ups. Competitive prices. McKAY Heather (nee platinum (silver) wedding Ph 0429 239 452.

Public Notice

Garage Sale

Please be aware that if you have been affected by past adoption practices, support is available by contacting the State Government Post Adoption Support Service on 08 8245 8100.

www.berrichurchofchrist.org.au

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Real People Sunday 10am Living Passionately Pastor Fulfilling Bill & Rayleen y Destiny Keros Ph/Fax 8582 3928 Sunday10am church@vinecommunity.org Ps. Bill & Rayleen Keros

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Loxton & Renmark Uniting Church July 15 Renmark West 8.30am Kingston Selvaraj Renmark Ave 10am Kingston Selvaraj Loxton 10am HC Fiona Kupke PHONE 8584 7474 ALL WELCOME

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Baptist Church

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Friday 13th July s Cool for kids Olympic Games Show, 2.30pm at the Berri Library, Phone 8595 2666. Saturday 14th July s Riverland Farmers’ Market, 7.30-11.30am, Senior Citizens Hall, Crawford Terrace Berri, Fresh local produce. Contact Rosalyn on 0417 824 648. www.riverlandfarmersmarket.org.au s Riverland Ballroom Dancing to be held at Paringa, all evening dances will run from 7.30 to 11.30pm, please bring a plate of supper. For more information, phone Geoff Searle on 8586 5613. Sunday 15th July s Berri Pacemakers Bingo, Berri Hotel eyes down at 2pm. Proceeds to Relay for Life. Monday 16th July s Open Door, Barmera Uniting Church Hall 1-4pm. Time for a cuppa and a chat. Tuesday 17th July s The Palms Bingo, Berri Club, Eyes down 10.30am. Proceeds to Angel Flight. s Renmark Garden Club meets at the clubrooms, Ral Ral Avenue, at 7.30 pm. Guest speakers: Robert Johnson and Lother Schubert, topic: Beekeeping, Visitors welcome. Details: Judith Millman phone 8586 4662. s Loxton Community. It’s time to prune YOUR roses at “The Pines’ Loxton’s Historic House and Garden, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings. Bring gloves and secateurs, Morning tea provided. Wednesday 18th July s Rainbow connection is a support group for people and their carers with mental issues. We meet weekly on a Wednesday 10am-3pm at the Riverland Resource Centre, 9/11 Seekamp Street, Berri. Come join us in our events and activities. Thursday 19th July s Riverland Gem and Mineral Club workshop every Thursday, 3-5pm at Glossop. Contact Dennis 8582 3430 for information. s The Riverland Bridge Club meets every Thursday at the Loxton Club from 9am, new players welcome. For more info phone Peter on 8584 7735. s Free computer lessons for beginners on Thursdays at the Barmera Library. Bookings essential, Phone 8588 2872.

SUNDAY July 15, 10am Morning Worship & Communion

Guest Speaker Rev Brian Arthur (Recorded Message)

Morning Tea 11.30am All welcome

Enquiries phone 8582 2920 or 8588 2506

14 Edward St, Loxton 10am Sunday July 15 Ps Sonny Pillay

Phone: 8584 5044 Seventh-day Adventist RIVERLAND

19 Sunrise Court, Berri

Sunday 15th July Worship & Ministry

5pm Barmera Cnr Pascoe Tce & Laffer St Christian Pastoral Support Workers School Chaplains Ph 8583 2065 Mob 0434 925 290

SATURDAY, JULY 14 9.50am: Bible Study Groups for all ages 11.30am: Family Worship Presenter: Veronica Raams

PHONE 0400 330 857

LUTHERAN CHURCH LOXTON PARISH

July 15th

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Public Notices & Employment P: 8582 5500 - 10A Wilson Street, Berri - classies@riverlandweekly.com.au

Public Notices

Positions Vacant

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REFRIGERATION MECHANIC

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Berri Computer & Inks OPENING FRIDAY 20th JULY 25 Denny St, Berri kg

Berri: Riverland Bottle Depot, 8582 3522 Renmark: R.R & P.J Holland, 8595 7303 Murray Bridge /Tailem Bend: Argyle Batteries & Solar, 85323335 Blanchetown: Blanchetown Deli & Hardware, 8540 5305 Waikerie: AGRI-TECH Irrigation Enterprises, 8541 2455

45 Cylinders

Computer Repairs, Parts, Services, Printer Inks, Toners.

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Riverland based business is looking for a qualiďŹ ed refrigeration mechanic with experience in commercial & domestic refrigeration and airconditioning. You will need to hold a current Driver’s License, Refrigerant Handling License and a Restricted Electrical License.

Please submit Applications to cblack@gbelectrical.net.au

Phone: 8541 4240 5 Ian Oliver Drive, Waikerie

Gas Orders 1300 655 784

Position Vacant

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Pension Card Concession on all labour. Free Delivery and Pick Up over $80

VACANCY Leading Edge Telecoms Business Team requires a

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IRRIGATION INFRASTRUCTURE SPECIALIST

CLEANING

WANTED

Tenders are invited by the Department for Education and Child Development for cleaning services at the following site, sqm areas being approximate only.

DEAD TRUCK, TRACTOR, CAR BATTERIES & RADIATORS

Renmark Rotary Club is collecting old lead batteries and radiators to raise funds for their community projects. These can be left at Hoods Agri Motive Sturt Highway, Paringa. or call 8595 5388 or 0427 839 687 for a Renmark Rotarian to collect them from anywhere in the Riverland. Help Rotary with their Community Projects

Tender No. 40/12 – East Murray Area School (1,084 sqm) – (DECD022736) Mandatory Inspection for this site will be held between 16 July 2012 and 27 July 2012. Request for Tender document is available for download at: www.tenders.sa.gov.au using the respective code for this site, with inspection date and time provided on the front page. Enquiries to either: Terry Fantis (08) Sheryl Atkinson (08) Stephanie Obst (08) Michelle Marotti (08) Lisa Mackie (08)

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Reuniting the long lost freindship is a bonus for me. I have received a large number of letters from people who have a story to tell about the camp. One such story is from the wife of a soldier who was chosen to measure the length of the attempted escape tunnel at Camp 10. He had to take a rope with him so that they could measure its length after completing the crawl to the end of the tunnel. I also have a copy of his discharge papers. I have had the pleasure of showing this wonderful part of the camp history to some organisations locally. There has also been an ever increasing interest from schools to obtain informatoin from our branch. We had a man and his two daughters from Tasmania come to visit. Ernst is a German man of 97 years of age and was interned in Sydney and taken to Camp 10 at Loveday.

The bulk of those at that time in Camp 10 were one eyed Nazi supporters, which Ernst was not. There was ill feeling between those Nazis and other Germans and because of this disharmony, these few men were transferred to Camp 14A, where they stayed until their final release. Ernst and his daughters were very impressed with what we, at the National Trust, had to show them. Since their return to Tasmania, we have received copies of Ernstâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s documents of internment, his health records and his final release papers. This trip was one of the final places Ernst wanted to visit to show his two girls, where he spent the war years I spoke to a Barmera Primary School class who have now done a project on the Loveday Internment Camp. I have also had requests from other places about children wanting information about the camps to do a project at their school. Students have been taken out to the old camp area to give them an idea of the size of the camps and then on to the Cobdogla Irrigation and Steam Museum. To finish off the tour, the students are shown my private collection of letters and other items of interest. I will maintain my collection while I am still here but it will eventually go to our local National Trust for safe keeping. There is one thing that I would like to see and that is more local people becoming involved in preserving a valuable part of history. New members of the National Trust would be more than welcome to join us as we try and promote our district. The younger generation is now becoming more interested in our history since the 1900s. On behalf of the Barmera National Trust, we would like to thank the Riverland Weekly for the support in our quest to promote a small part of our local history. We need to encourage more tourists to come to the Riverland so we can show what we have on offer for them.


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RIVERLAND INDEPENDENTS - ROUND TWELVE THE OTHER GAMES

MATCH OF THE ROUND

Ramco v Lyrup AFTER proving a point with an upset thrashing of undefeated BSR last round, Ramco will be looking to put a dent in Lyrup’s finals chances. The Roosters are starting to build some important momentum and while a top two finish still seems unlikely at this stage, anything could happen. Hit hard with injury, Lyrup is still battling but realistically needs to beat either Ramco or BSR in the next two rounds to guarantee itself a finals berth. It is expected that Ramco will go unchanged into this match, while in a

big blow, Lyrup will be without Jason Marr for two matches as he is away. Bradley Healy and Allan Penola will also return for the Lions, while Ken Karpany is likely to play despite being sore. At centre half forward Max Baddack has been a defender’s nightmare booting 21 goals in the past two outings. Lyrup may need to sacrifice parttime ruckman Tom Smith to spoil another Baddack bag of goals. The loss of Marr in the midfield will certainly be felt, with Simon Sumner needing to fill the hole against the likes of Daniel Donnelly and Marcus Mcgrath. Ramco coach Andrew Bevan said

last round’s win against top team BSR shows what his team is capable of. “We were just first to the ball all day,” he said. “It won’t change our position on the ladder but psychologically when it comes finals time, the win is huge.” Lyrup coach Shane Healy said “it is not going to be easy” with low player availability. “We are really struggling for numbers,” he said. It is a big game for the Lions, who will be hoping to maintain their percentage. Given Ramco’s previous performances, the Roosters should be convincing winners over Lyrup by more than 10 goals.

BLANC BLANCHETOWN Swan Reach coach Peter Zadow was bitterly disappointed about the way his team performed during its 90 point loss to Ramco on the weekend, which saw it relinquish first position on the ladder. From all accounts, the Bulldogs are still struggling for consistent numbers. Dale Payne was missing from BSR’s shock loss on the weekend with back troubles and should return this round, although he is likely to be rested if it is still an issue. Jamie Tanner is another inclusion and Greg Sobey may play, while Sam Sobey has injured his knee. The BSR defence is certainly vulnerable lacking talls and could be exploited by Wunkar with quick footed Ian Worsfold and strong marking Lincoln Evans up forward. Zadow said his team needs to respond to last weekend’s loss very quickly. “It is important the boys get back into winning and regaining that confidence,” he said. BSR will show why it is the team to beat in this competition with a thumping victory over Wunkar.

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Cobdogla v MoorookKingston PERCENTAGE may be the difference between finishing in and out of the top four and Cobdogla will be hoping for a huge win against an undermanned Moorook-Kingston. It was a forgettable day for the Warriors against Brown’s Well, with just 16 players on the field after losing Michael Svendsen to what appears to be a season ending knee injury. The Eagles are a genuine chance for a finals position after a mighty win over Wunkar and are unlikely to

be tested this round. Experienced forward Troy Dawson should be back for Cobdogla, along with defender Mitch Winen, while the Warriors are hoping to include Matt Raison, Ash Boatswain, Mark Plew, Ben Nispel and Daniel Clarke in this weekend’s team. Key midfielder Kenny Wright is in doubt with injury. The Warriors have worked hard with Joe Abdulla in defence, Brett Smith in ruck and Matt Cooper in the midfield. Dylan Clarke and Aaron Thompson have been stand-outs for Cobdogla. Moorook-Kingston coach Cecil Rigney said he is hopeful he can put a team together but admits the situ-

ation will be reviewed tonight. “The guys that are going out there are giving it a red hot crack,” Rigney said. “But the commitment is not there from some of these blokes. “We’ve got to really consider whether we want to go through the same situation as we did on Saturday.” Cobdogla coach Brad Gillespie said his team can sense a potential finals finish. “I think there is a little bit of belief that we are now a chance to finish in the top four,” he said. There is no doubt that Cobdogla will win this game by 100 plus points but let’s hope the Warriors can get a team together.

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PARINGA remains unfazed by the need to finish minor premiers, despite again rising to the top of the competition on the weekend. The Tigers are coming off the bye but have had another season of inconsistent performances. There has been a lot of reliance on Chris Rudiger and Kenneth Dixon, while East Murray would be hoping Zak Schubert can return to form following injury. Paringa is likely to welcome back Nick Carr but will be without Wade Simpson. With injuries to key forwards, Swans coach Arrod Westley decided to make some changes last round with Mick Miller moving forward to boot five goals. He is likely to lineup in the same position again this round. Westley said the Swans are aiming to finish in the top two but he is not concerned if they do not finish minor premiers. “We can’t afford to drop anymore games though,” he said. Adding home ground advantage to the equation, Paringa will have no problems accounting for East Murray.

MALLEE FOOTBALL LEAGUE MATCH OF THE ROUND

Lameroo v Murrayville MURRAYVILLE is starting to build and a win against Lameroo would be a likely ticket into the finals. Lameroo were disappointing in a loss to lowly Peake but should return to form this round. The Hawks will be sweating on the outcome of a tribunal hearing for Vaughan Noonan.

Peake v BDT EVERY player, official and supporter of Mallee football would have been shocked with Border Downs Tintinara losing last round. Only time will tell whether the Crows are still vulnerable? Peake produced a surprise win over Lameroo to keep it in the finals hunt. The introduction of former AFL footballer Salim Hassan has certainly added

What is most encouraging is that coach Shaun Walker is returning to his best. However, he may duel with the tireless Michael Worsman and Andrew Purchase and Todd Jones should be another intersting tussle. The Hawks need more goals from scoring opportunities with Josh Ridgway and Ricky Hunter the most likely forwards.

Murrayville has a very potent attack with Trent Sporn and Daniel Fry booting 18 goals between them last round. James Lange is also dangerous. Realistically Lameroo should win this contest but Murrayville is probably the better team form wise at the moment. We are tipping the Bulldogs to cause an upset in a close match.

GAME TWO some depth for Peake, while Travis Carling and Rick Berling have worked hard in the midfield. Caine Lynn booted seven goals for the Saints last round and has had support from Jeff Lines and Trent Wingard. Lee Slape is likely to get the job on Lynn, which should be a big test for the Peake forward. Bennett Pickering is likely to match up on Kevin Kock. There are some injury

concerns for BDT with Josh Keller, Josh Richardson, Mark Vandeleur and Jarred Brock all in doubt for this clash. However, Patrick Barrett and Chris Gregory will return for the Crows. There is still plenty of strength there for BDT but the loss of key players may make this game closer than expected. Despite injury concerns, it is still hard to tip against the mighty powerhouse that is BDT.

missed, while it is unknown when Anthony Lippis will return from injury. Chad Nickolls has been reliable in the ruck and will compete against the experience of Lucas Neumann and Josh Rudiger this round. Tyron Bennetts has been one of the recruits of the season but will face strict opposition from Ben Quinn, Zakk Bullard and Corey Knight in the middle. Karoonda defender

Daniel Thiele may match up on Leith Dabinett which should be a big challenge for the Pinnaroo forward. The Magpies will welcome back Luke Hocking and Shane Harte this round in a major boost. Boasting the second best defence and attack in the competition, Karoonda should easily account for Pinnaroo which is ranked last in both attack and defence.

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Michael Kirk, Jarrod Milich, Jarrad Collinson and Craig Fisher in the ruck, have found form. Jamahl Liddle will continue to be a problem for defences across the league but will have a tough challenge against Steven Braun. Waikerie relies on its small forwards such as Tim Bevan to deliver a winning score. Loxton coach Mick Zerna said he is pleased with his teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s continual improvement. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All the senior blokes are standing up and doing their bit,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We certainy wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t give Waikerie a start like we did last time.â&#x20AC;? Magpie co-coach Craig Griffiths said beating the Roos last round was satisfying. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were very happy with the way we finished the game,â&#x20AC;? he said. Waikerie is the form team of the competition and may give Loxton a football lesson if the Tigers are not switched on.

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have proven that experience counts for Loxton. Jacob Harris may also get an A grade call up after his recent good form. Waikerie should beat Loxton by 100 plus points. A win for Renmark against bottom placed Berri is likely to advance it into third position. The Rovers have been exceptional in recent weeks after a slow start to the season with big man James Bentley, Denny Murphy and Nick Milich solid

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WITH what is being described as Loxton Northâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most settled team for the season so far, the Panthers will fancy themselves a chance to knock off highly placed Barmera-Monash. Loxton North proved that it is still a force to be reckoned with after a 41 point win over Berri on the weekend, while Barmera-Monash was surprised by a determined Waikerie. Both teams have strong midfields with Ryan Proud, Jamie Ferguson and Tim Arnold all having consistent seasons, while Dillon Millard, Jake Smith and Sam Elliott have put in a number of good performances. Corey Hanna is unavailable and will be missing from this weekendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s team for Barmera-Monash, while Brodie Jennings returns. There is also speculation that Chris Bonney may lineup for the Roos this round.

For Loxton North, defender Jeremy Vowles will be back into the team. There are some exciting potential match-ups this weekend, with Ryan Proud and Dillon Millard to duel in the middle, captain Josh Nelson against the experience of Michael Smart and Murray Middleton battling against underrated defender Anton Cook. Barmera-Monash coach Lyndon Burns said last roundâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loss was a result of a really off day. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take anything away from Waikerie, they were really switched on,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The one positive we took from it was that we had 12 players down on form. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think that will happen again this year.â&#x20AC;? He said the Roos will be wanting to return to their best this weekend. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We really should come out and respond,â&#x20AC;? Burns said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Loxton North are the premiers of last year so weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got to give them our full respect.â&#x20AC;? This match should be

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THERE is no doubt that Renmark is desperate for a win. Up against Berri, who has been struck by injuries, the Rovers may have a chance. However, Renmark has also been impacted by injury with captain Trevor Thorpe seriously injuring his thumb in an incident being described as â&#x20AC;&#x153;gruesomeâ&#x20AC;?. He is likely to face surgery this week and will not take any further part this season. Renmark lost to bottom placed Loxton last round, while Berri went down to Loxton North at home. Reece Glazbrook should come into the Roversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; team for Thorpe with Ben Wagnitz and James Bentley, who have been playing reserves, to be considered for selection. Aaron Camplin will also require a fitness test to regain his place. For Berri, the injury list is mounting with Steven Raeder and Daniel Haines out of the team with big news that Kirk Harwood will miss the remainder of the season requiring surgery. However, the Demons have got some inclusions with Andrew Hume, Lachlan Jennings, Jamie Milburn and

potentially Martin Barber likely to return. Aaron Gepp, who has been one of the recruits of the year in the RFL, will have a very important contest with Nathan Farr in ruck, while Adam Bryant and Adam Beauchamp will be looking for centre clearances. Watch out for Steven Pitt, who has been playing through the midfield and Craig Seekamp is always dangerous for the Rovers, as is David Hankin for the Demons. Renmark coach Brett Blackwell said last weekendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loss to Loxton was â&#x20AC;&#x153;pretty hard to swallowâ&#x20AC;?. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are playing good catch up footy but that doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t win you games,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We need to hit them hard with everything weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve got. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a do or die game for us.â&#x20AC;? Bad kicking is the problem area for the Demons, according to coach Alby Brand. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When we were playing good footy early, it was through our running game,â&#x20AC;? he said. Brand said injuries to key personnel are almost impossible to cover and therefore juniors have been given experience at the top level. It is hard to see Berri losing another match to a team below it, especially when it still has plenty of talent on the field. Berri should beat Renmark by four goals.

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CHARLIE’S SPORTS GOSS WITH GRAHAM CHARLTON

Local golfers part of victorious Mount Lofty team

■ “WE ARE now playing against the big boys next year. “Travelling to play with Mount Lofty for six seasons has paid off”. Those were the words of Loxton golfer Ramon Thorne (pictured) earlier this week after he had been a member of the victorious Mount Lofty team that defeated West Lakes 4.5 to 2.5 in the final of the state A2 Pennant competition last Sunday. Ramon has been joined at the city club by another Loxton member Kym Rivett this year for the first time and both players won their matches in Sunday’s contest. The victory elevates Mount Lofty to top level in the Simpson Cup in 2013. “Both Kym and I intend to return for next season,” Ramon said.

Schubert duo impress at volleyball championships ■ LOXTON brother and sister Zachery and Simone Schubert have just returned from representing state teams in the under 19 Australian Volleyball Championships in Melbourne and added medals to their luggage for the journey home. Simone captained the girls team to a win over Victoria in the final to claim gold medals, while Zachery was a member of the boys side that defeated Western Australia for bronze. Both results reversed the outcome of matches against the same opponents on the previous day. In fact, the girls team had lost its first game of the tournament against the Victorians.

Picking a winning horse is not rocket science ■ I HAVE said previously that I have never been a student of the thoroughbred industry despite having a long, enjoyable involvement with some local syndicates racing horses. I punt rarely and when I do, it is never scientific but most likely omen based. Perhaps I have been influenced by a work mate in Adelaide in 1974. We travelled the metropolitan area together most days and my colleague, who was very much a once a year punter with absolutely no regular interest in the ‘neddies’, became annoyingly adamant that the Think Big liquor advertising campaign that saturated the city’s signage was there to tell us something. I did not see it that way but he did and cleaned up big time on the Melbourne Cup. Lately there have been suggestions closer to home that picking a winner does not have to come from rocket science. It seems a couple of racing ‘tragics’ whose opinions are respected because of their studies on breeding, trainers, jockeys, weights, distances, tracks, conditions, starts, and a host of other factors, were reportedly well and truly upstaged by a lady in their company while having a punt recently. I understand the woman involved is also not a student of the game but that it was she that turned a number of small gold coin investments into a very tidy sum by putting her faith in any horse where its name, or that of its jockey, contained the letter ‘z’. Now that makes perfect sense to me.

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Tyler wins 27 hole event ■ MARLENE Tyler added another title to her already impressive record when she won the HE Cock Bowl 27 Hole Championship at the annual Riverland Women’s Golf Association Closee Two Day event at Waikerie last week with a gross score of 134. Barmera’s Gai Barrett was the nett winner with 111.5. In an 18 Hole A grade Championship held at the same tournament, another Barmera player Carol McKendrick was the gross score winner with 92 and the best nett went to Waikerie’s Kath Watkins with 75. Over 18 holes in the B grade, Katrina Webber (Waikerie) won gross with 106 and Joan Phillips (Berri) won nett with 80. In the C grade competition, a

gross score of 111 gave Waikerie’s Julie Steinert the victory and Barb Maywald (Waikerie) took nett honours with 73. Gai Barrett took out the veteran an’ss tit title with a score of 92 gross

B and C grade. The following day, Thursday, the 18 Hole Foursome Championships were also held at Waikerie with a gross score of 93 seeing Anne Greenfield and Chris

Marlene Tyler added another title to her already impressive record. and Waikerie trio Barb Maywald, Julie Steinert and Kath Watkins won the teams event. Over the two days, Libby Dawson (Berri) in A grade and Gail Strauss (Waikerie) in C grade were nearest to pin and Gai Barrett, Loxton’s Julie Cooney and Barmera’s Sally Minns had the longest drives in A,

Fridd win the title on their home course from clubmates, Kath Watkins and Sandy Schultz with 97. Handicap winners were another Waikerie pair in Sue Byrnes and Katrina Webber, 74.5 nett, ahead of Berri’s Ann Kelloway and Sue Gore on 76 nett. Sue Gore was nearest to pin

on hole six and long drives belonged to Anne Greenfield on hole nine and Chris Fridd on hole 14. In local competitions at Waikerie during last week, Sid Copeland won a stableford on a count back from Vince King with both on 39 points, while Kym Hudson won Saturday’s division one stroke competition with a score of 84/66. Also on Saturday at Berri, Peter Fisher took out a stableford with 41 points, followed by Mark Evans and Rob Chabrel with 37 and Mark Wundenberg with 36. Craig Clarke finished square and Danny Halupka completed the course one under in a par event on Sunday.

Riverland players in state academy team ■ MURRAY Academy under 13, under 15 and under 17 netball teams finished in fourth, fifth and sixth positions respectively in the 2012 Regional Academy Carnival in Adelaide held last Wednesday and Thursday. The under 13 team won three games against Spencer, Lower North and Eyre and drew two matches against Mount Lofty and Southern before going down to Northern in a semi-final by three goals. Renmark’s Emma-May Ellis was named in the competition’s top ten players announced after the tournament. In under 15s, Murray had two players, Loxton North’s Marlee George and Renmark’s Sophie Croft, named in the state academy team for the age group after winning two and drawing one game in the six match round robin competition. Another promising Loxton North A1 player, Erika Sporn, also made the combined side after the under 17s won three matches. The fact that the local zone’s under 17 team finished in sixth position is a reflection of the exceptional talent that exists in junior ranks across country South Australia as many of our girls are already playing at top senior level in their own associations.

It has been pointed out that many of the Murray players were at the lower end of their age divisions this year, so it will be interesting to see the results in 2013 if these girls return for another carnival. Meanwhile, the Riverland competitions recommence this weekend after a week’s break and the A1 matches, Renmark at home to Berri and Loxton North against Barmera at the Loxton Stadium, appear to pose two crucial questions. One, is third placed Berri going to be a genuine threat to Renmark and Loxton come finals time and two, which team out of Loxton North and Barmera will make the major round? The table at present reads a sizzling hot premiership favourite Renmark undefeated on 14 points, Loxton on 12, Berri on 8, Barmera on 2 and Loxton North yet to register a point. We have said it repeatedly, new look Renmark’s seemingly endless array of talent ensures business as usual but as the season has unfolded, Tegan Moldovan, Tori Brown, Nicole Hall, Taylee Howard, Ellee Eleftheriadis and company have done enough to indicate that better things may be to come for Berri. With only one complete round of matches remaining in

the minor round after this week, the result of the game at Barmera is crucial. The home side will start favourites on the recent good form of Sheri Beech, Cobie Drogemuller and Alice Kelsh but the Loxton North juniors like Erika Sporn, Marlee George and Tara Learhinan will make it a real contest. Last Saturday’s play in the Independent competition saw Blanchetown Swan Reach defeat Ramco in both grades. Ashleigh Stapleton and Kellie Zadow starred for the A grade in a narrow 45-42 victory, while the B grade won 41-31 with its best players being Lucinda Mallett and Katelyn Giles. For Ramco, Mel Bristoe and Karen Linke were best in the A grade and Jessica Trebilcock and Lisa Norman best in the B grade. In another B grade clash, Cobdogla (Amelia Dyer, Hayley Kreuger) defeated Wunkar (Jo Schultz, Miriam Harris) 29-20. ■ RISING TALENT: Loxton North’s Marlee George has been in good form which was rewarded with a place in the state academy team. Photo: ANDREW WILLISS

Paddlers enjoy another successful marathon in the Riverland ■ OF THE many major events that come to our region to utilise our splendid climate, river and facilities, the one that really does seem to slip under the radar is the Riverland Paddling Marathon that is held here over the June long weekend. Around 180 craft, including canoes, kayaks, surf skis and outriggers, were in the Riverland for the Marathon Canoe Club of SA’s ‘five in one’ event earlier this month. The weekend included the Murray 200, which is a 208 kilometre three day paddle from Berri to Morgan, a relay over the same course, a Murray 100 involving 93 kilometres over some sections of the long event, a Mini Marathon which is 11 or 12 kilometres on any day and a Single Day Paddle on Sunday, which is 26 kilometres from Devlins Pound to Waikerie. Participation between male and female is around 50/50 with the youngest to take part in 2012 being 12 years of age and the oldest being 73. Recreation classes were also run in conjunction with competitive classes. The paddling weekend that has

Lake Bonney’s Murray Man goes national ■ From Page 28

■ WORKING HARD: Participants took part in the Riverland Paddling Marathon held in the region last month. been held in our region for 25 consecutive years now, is billed as one of Australia’s premier events of its type and the Murray 200 our state’s leading long distance canoe marathon. I can recall the first year of the then titled Murray/200/100 Relay in 1988. It came about through the efforts of legendary paraplegic paddler Ron Bath and I seem to remember interviewing him on a Saturday morning sports radio program. FORTY six paddlers in 32 boats took part.

For Bath the new event would have been like a training paddle as he had already completed the length of the Mississippi. Some of the big names in canoeing have returned time and again for this event, including Victorian Bill Robinson who has completed the Murray 200 for 20 consecutive years. Robinson would not have much trouble with the Riverland event as in 2001, aged 61, he rowed the 2000 kilometre length of the River Murray in five weeks.

“However, with a Half Murray Man being held also, probably 400 will compete overall.” Bartlett emphasised that the Barmera event would be all about age group competitors with the elite athletes involved in their own open competitions around the country. Barmera’s full Murray Man includes a two kilometre swim, 80 kilometre bike ride and 20 kilometre run. And it is not just about Sunday, as on Saturday, the weekend gets underway with a host of activities that locals can join in, with an emphasis on ‘come and try’.


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Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s (Brisbane) the best climate to host an Olympic Games in Australia in the window the IOC is now allowing ~ John Coates.

The number of entries already nominated for the Open Eightball Singles Championship.

Hosting state event?

â&#x2013;  RISING STARS: Riverland junior soccer talent will be on show in Mount Gambier in August.

â&#x2013;  THE Riverland Soccer Association has applied to hold the 2013 State Country Junior Championships with the new Bruce Oval complex at Barmera a likely venue. President Bill Bucon said â&#x20AC;&#x153;we have done our homework and have most of the arrangements in place ready to go, so we are keen to stage it hereâ&#x20AC;?. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Port Pirie has also expressed interest in holding it as well.â&#x20AC;? Meanwhile, Riverland teams will attend the 2012 tournament on August 18

and 19 at Mount Gambier. At interassociation level negotiations are still continuing regarding the Tri State Challenge that was to be held between Riverland, Sunraysia and Broken Hill on Sunday, July 22. In turn, the other two associations advised that date was unsuitable but Bill said â&#x20AC;&#x153;we have pencilled in playing Sunraysia at Loxton on September 23 but now that things have changed we will get back to Broken Hill again to see whether they are interested tooâ&#x20AC;?.

The Sunday before that, September 16, the Top Four Interstate Cup between the top sides in the Riverland and Sunraysia will be played in Mildura. In the local competition, matches are at Berri on Sunday with the Berri versus Barmera clash in senior men crucial to either sealing the premiership for Rangers or keeping Barmeraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s slender hopes of retaining its title alive. In the other game a back to form Renmark Olympic takes on Loxton United.

Crucial hockey matches as finals approach â&#x2013;  HOCKEY teams will resume 2012 activities at Glassey Park this weekend with the A grade seeing Berri taking on Loxton on Friday night and on Saturday, Renmark playing Waikerie. In their last outings, both Berri A grade teams in mens and womens showed further improvement with spirited performances against Renmark. Scott Moldovan, Ash Roberts, Tony Halupka and Anthony Segui in the menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s team and Jen Kiel, Kris Weir, Kira McMahon, Emma Gould, and Ada Walladge in the

womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s are all playing well in their clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rebuild season. But they face an extremely tough task tomorrow night as Loxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s two reigning champion teams were superb a fortnight ago in the face of a definite challenge from Waikerie. Not always at full strength, the Loxton men had goalkeeper Daniel Schubert, Steve Trezise, Ty Othams, Sean Burgess and Nathan Fielke at their best, while the women boast enormous depth in Billie-Jo Hammerstein, Steph Baird, Eloise Hampel, Tara

Allister and company. Renmark would be pleased that both A grade teams were back in the winnerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s circle last time. Callum Benda, Brett Stokes, Danial Shawyer, Shaun Crouch and Danielle Weeks, Ally Palat, Sally Giles and Juliet Mallinson are as good as they come. But on Saturday they face Waikerie teams that will be determined to put the performances against Loxton behind them. The Waikerie men are also at full strength when their Adelaide

based players are available but a large pool of talent including Brenton Kroehn, Michael Camilleri, Shaun Pick, Jason Redemski and Caleb Catford, has seen them mentioned freely in discussions on pennant favourites. The Waikerie women also boast some consistent performers in Kristen Pick, Carlye Waye, goal scorer Amelia Harkness, Janine Frost and Zoe Liebich. Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s matches should be close with the results perhaps a guide to the chances of the two clubs come finals time.

Entries for eightball tournament already exceeding 300 â&#x2013;  WITH entries already exceeding 300, tournament director of the annual Berri Resort Hotel Open Eightball Singles Championship Neil Lemmey considers that the number of players at this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event on July 20 to 22, will exceed the 2011 figure of 357 and could possibly edge towards 400. This is the 25th anniversary of the event considered the biggest and richest of its type in South Australia and Lemmey has added a few new features to the format that he has developed over all of those years for the milestone occasion. On Friday night, the normal two invitation and two restricted knockout events will be followed by 36 eight player mini competitions with starting times of 10pm and midnight. All of those events will be held at the Berri Resort Hotel but on Saturday that will not be the only venue used as with the number of games to be played, the Berri, Cobdogla, Lyrup, Mo-

nash, Renmark and Barmera Hellenic clubs will also be part of the action. On Saturday night at the Berri Resort Hotel, it is expected that as many as 16 previous winners of the open will be acknowledged at a special ceremony. Then on Sunday, all finals are at the hotel. Excellent viewing areas are provided to watch some of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outstanding eightballers chase a share of the prize money.

LOSING the Wimbledon boysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; singles final to Canadian Filip Peliwo has not deterred Riverland tennis sensation Luke Saville. After showing compsure in the first game, Saville was unable to match the speed and verocity of Peliwo on the grass court going down 7-5, 6-4. In the first set Savile led 5-2 before Peliwo won the next five games and never looked back. Despite the loss, Saville is looking to the bigger picture. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t to be today,â&#x20AC;? Saville wrote on his Facebook fan page. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I played a well below par match today, however, I will give full credit to my oppo-

â&#x2013;  TALENT: Luke Saville will look climb the menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ranks after losing the junior final at Wimbledon. nent Filip because he was the much better player today. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It has been a great tournament for me as I played some great matches in the

Masters football reunion â&#x2013;  THE South Australian Division of AFL Masters Australian Football has issued an invitation to all superules supporters to attend its reunion and celebration of its 30 year history at the Crows Shed in Adelaide on Saturday, July 28. The event starts at 7pm and ends at midnight and there will be a three course meal, a band, lucky door prizes and a display of billboards featuring the history of the game in this state. The cost is $70 per person with bookings required by Monday, July 23. Tables of 10 will be seated in their relevant generation. Also for interested persons, a free escorted tour of the Crowsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; facilities is conducted between 6 and 7pm, with bookings essential. All clubs have tickets, so for local enquiries telephone the president of the Riverland Superdogs Lance Gum on 0407 127 272.

Nickolai stands out at shoot â&#x2013;  TARGETS at last Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Loxton Field and Game 75 Target Sporting Clays Championship demanded concentration by the 37 shooters involved from the first target to the last. Competitors came from as far away as Adelaide but although he only won the A grade by one target from Adelaideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s John Monaghan, Loxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kevin Nickolai stood out from the rest in a seemingly casual display that blitzed the competition. Nickolai was all class with his silky smooth skills seeing him destroy all but 10 targets on the course for a win with the top score of the day, 65/75. Posting 22/25 in the opening round, Nickolai increased the pressure on his opponents with a perfect 25/25 in round two and brought it home with 18/25. In the AA grade, Renmark-Berri pair Tony Trevorrow, 57/75, and Haydn Brown, 50/75, dominated, while in the lower grades several lead changes during the day kept everyone guessing as to which shooter would be in front when the final shot was fired. Rod Saligari (Adelaide) won C grade with 56/75, ahead of Rick Gibbs (Loxton) 49/75. Jo Brown (Renmark-Berri), 45/75, took out the C grade from Adelaideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bryant Stokes, 49/85.

Big wins in local eightball

â&#x2013;  SKILL: The Riverland Open Eightball Singles Championship attracts players from across Australia, with this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tournament set to be bigger than ever.

Saville sees the bigger picture By BRAD PERRY

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first five rounds. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Today didnt work out well, however, it was still a decent effort to make the final. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s now time to put juniors behind me and start working on the career that really counts, my menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s career.â&#x20AC;? Saville is expected to return home to the Riverland for a week before heading to China to compete in two challenger events. He said there is plenty of hard work ahead of him to convert his number one junior ranking into a high standing menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rank. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hopefully by the time the 2013 Australian Open is around, my ranking will be good enough to get me direct into the main draw,â&#x20AC;? he said.

â&#x2013;  IN round 13 of Riverland division one eightball, Monash Club 10 defeated Paringa Pub 6, Renmark Club 9 defteated Barmera Hellenic 7, Barmera Hotel drew with Cobby Club on 8, RC Dragons scored 10 to beat Hellenic Chokers 6 and Cobby Champs made easy work of Paringa Hotel 13 to 3.

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Issue No. 237

Barmera’s triathlon now national event

SAVILLE’S GREATER GOAL

By GRAHAM CHARLTON AFTER several weeks of negotiations with Triathlon Australia, the 2012 Murray Man event to be held at Barmera’s Lake Bonney in November has been upgraded. Adelaide Triathlon Club president Andrew Bartlett said the Murray Man event will be the National Age Group Long Course Triathlon Championships. Bartlett explained that the Barmera event will be part of an eight race series being held across Australia. “The age group winners at Barmera will be the Australian Champions,” he said. “It is to be a one off championship race. “On the other hand, competitions in the eight

Star puts Wimbledon loss behind him. Full story page 27

■ RETURN: Cobdogla’s Luke Saville was not able to defend his open boys’ singles Wimbledon title but he has a much bigger target. Photo: TENNIS AUSTRALIA

Season ending injury to Renmark leader. Find out more in Armchair Experts

event series will accumulate points towards selection in the Australian team to compete in the world titles in France next year. “An added attraction for the Murray Man is that being the championship event, it will offer double points.” Almost 140 triathletes took part in the inaugural Murray Man in 2011 but anticipating a significant increase in registrations this year, organisers initially capped entries at 300. “The national body wanted this lifted to 400,” Bartlett said. “We felt that was too many to handle so we agreed on a 350 compromise. ■ Continued Page 26

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