Page 1

Distributed free every Thursday throughout the Riverland

Issue No. 127 – Thursday, May 20, 2010

Circulating 14,500 copies each week

View

ONLINE! Visit:

www.riverlandweekly.com.au

■ PLANS: Barmera Playspace Group member Sue Whitbourne (left), chairperson Benita Dillon and son Fletcher, with the plans for the new Barmera Playspace, due to commence construction next month. Photo: JANE WILSON

Page

03

Making the cut

Page

08

Bryce’s national win

Page

40

Interleague teams battle

CHILDREN’S HAVEN Barmera Playspace plans released

(URRY3EASONCLOSINGSOON

FINAL designs for the much anticipated half a million dollar Barmera Playspace show a children’s haven where the creativity and imagination of kids will run wild. The detailed plans have been released for a two week public consultation period and Barmera Playspace Group members are expecting work to begin at the Sedunary Park site by next month.

REPORT BY

BRAD PERRY Group chairperson Benita Dillon said raising money and community support for the major project has been a labour of love for many who have volunteered their time to make the dream a reality.

Plans show up to 40 different elements of the Playspace, including numerous pieces of equipment, mazes, sandpits, sculptures, art, seating, plantings, barbecue and shelter facilities. Ms Dillon said the impressive playspace is something Barmera has been crying out for. ■ Continued Page 4 & 5

.%7(/-%3FROMONLY  /FlCE *OHN2YAN

s#HOOSElXTURESANDlNISHES s.OGIMMICKS BESTPRICEUPFRONT s-ANYDESIGNSTOCHOOSEFROM

2EAL(OMES 2EAL0EOPLE THE2EAL$EAL


2 โ€ข Riverland Weekly โ€“ Thursday May 20, 2010

Bookpurnong

Phone 8582 5500 โ€ข Fax 8582 5505 โ€ข www.riverlandweekly.com.au

Why I live here . . .

L

Harold Banks, Barmera EDITORIAL BY

ROB McLEAN

10A Wilson Street, Berri Postal PO Box 1279, Berri. 5343 Phone 8582 5500 Fax 8582 5505

Playspace a ray of sunshine

)FBWZEVUZ TUBJOMFTTTUFFM NFUSFXBUFSSFTJTUBOU 4DSFXJODSPXO 4DSFXPOCBDL %PVCMFMPDLJOHTUFFMCSBDFMFU ZFBSXPSMEXJEFHVBSBOUFF

331 

THE launch the Barmera Playspace plan is a ray of sunshine in what has been a bleak time for the Riverland. This group of go ahead community members has developed a wonderful project that will benefit kids and families from right across the region. For people visiting the region and for tourists travelling through, the Playspace will also become a popular attraction. Travelling parents like to stop somewhere that allows their children to get out to stretch, expend some energy and have a little fun. Next time you are on a road trip, keep an eye out on the playgrounds as you pass through towns, you will most certainly see travelling families. Barmeraโ€™s Sedunary Park, just off the Sturt Highway, is the perfect spot for such a stop. The playground plans look bright, vibrant and exciting and the Lake Bonney foreshore presents a stunning backdrop for some fun in the fantastic Riverland climate.

/08+645

Word of the Week . . . Playground, noun An outdoor area for childrenโ€™s play, especially one having swings, slides, etc., or adjoining a school.



THURS

Benita Dillon, page 4 People can use their imagination and creativity to make their own fun.

Robโ€™s choice 1988 - The Flame Cheap Trick 1991 - Donโ€™t Go Now Ratcat 1995 - Mouth Merril Bainbridge

May 20 1310 - Shoes were made for both right and left feet. 1830 - D. Hyde patents the fountain pen. 1980 - Peter Criss quits Kiss.

FRI

Increasing sunshine Min 5ยบ. Max 18ยบ

SAT

Frost then sunny Min 3ยบ. Max 19ยบ

Mallee Weather 2)6%2,!.$0,!:! "%22)s

THURS

Possible shower Min 6ยบ. Max 19ยบ

&INDYOUR$2%!-PROPERTYAT 7EEKLY

FRI

Increasing sunshine Min 5ยบ. Max 18ยบ

SAT

Frost then sunny Min 3ยบ. Max 17ยบ

L

7EBSITEOF THEWEEK

#HAFFEY4HEATRE 6IATH3T 2ENMARK 0(/.% #/5.429!2433!3%!3/. 02%3%.43 4(%!'%)-).

4(%"/5.49(5.4%2

"ERRI&AMILY-EDICAL0RACTICE

$R"ARRY4REWREN-""3&2!#'0 $R$ALJIT*ANJUA-""3&2!#'0 'ENERALPRACTIONERSSPECIALISINGIN s!GEDCAREs$IABETES s0EDIATRICSs7OMENSHEALTH h4O0ROVIDE#OMPREHENSIVE%FlCIENT0ATIENT #ENTRED#ARETO0EOPLEINA7ARM&RIENDLY AND2ELAXED%NVIRONMENTv

&RIDAY-AYATPM 7%343)$%4!,%.4"/4( "!22%,302%3%.4 +%6).",//$97),3/.

3ATURDAY-AY PMPM

#ONSULTING-ONDAYTO&RIDAYAM PM

Account Enquiries

Real estate agents

Are there enough rural counsellors in the Yes Riverland?

&RIDAY-AY ATPM

"//+/.,).%(23$!93WWWCHAFFEYTHEATRECOMAU

'ILBERT3TREET "ERRI

0HONE

page no. 28 & 29 24 to 26 27

page no. 39 38 23 32

3UND N I G H TA Y S



RO A S T

Are Riverland motorists paying too much for fuel? No

YES: 44% NO: 56%

BROUGHTTOYOUBY

0(/.%



-ONASH#LUB

4(%&2)%.$,9#,5"

L #/-0%4)4)/. 7).ONEOFTWO DOUBLEPASSESTOSEE */(.7),,)!-3/. 4OENTER SIMPLYlLLOUTTHEENTRYFORMBELOWANDPOSTITTO 2IVERLAND7EEKLY *OHN7ILLIAMSON#OMPETITION 0/"OX "ERRI3!ORBRINGITINTOOUROFlCEAT!7ILSON3TREET "ERRI

.!-%???????????????????????????????????????????????????

3ATURDAY-AY PMPM

18 & 19 16 & 17 12 to 15 20 & 21

Last Weekโ€™s Poll Results

,)6%ATTHE#HAFFEY4HEATRE 3ATURDAY*UNETH PM "OTH$R4REWREN$R*ANJUAARE NOWACCEPTINGNEWPATIENTS

page no.

Television Guide Sudoku Crossword Sports Scoreboard

%NTRIESCLOSE4HURSDAY-AYTH ATPM/NEENTRYPERPERSON4WOCORRECTENTRIES DRAWNWILLRECEIVEADOUBLEPASS4HElRSTTWOCORRECTENTRIESWILLBENOTIlEDBYPHONE

4(%309.%84$//2

Danielle Albanese Karina Bates Deb Voigt

Regulars

Honor de Balzac. Jimmy Stewart (pictured). Cher. Andrew Hilditch. Ronald Reagan Jr.

The BURNING Question

WWWFINANCIALREDRESSCOMAU

Rob McLean

Rosenthal Motors Big River Auto Group Riverland Ford and Kia

Birthdays

4(%7%)2$7/.$%2&5,!.$7(!#+9

Contacts Editor Advertising Representatives

Motoring

May 20 -

Classified Advertising: classies@riverlandweekly.com.au

LJ Hooker Ray White Renmark Ray White Berri Marschall First National

This Week In History

1799 1908 1946 1956 1958

Editorial Content: newsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

OFFICE HOURS: Monday โ€“ Friday 9am โ€“ 5pm

No. 1 Songs This Week

Possible shower Min 6ยบ. Max 20ยบ

For General Enquiries, email: office@riverlandweekly.com.au

ADVERTISING DEADLINES: Display Advertising bookings close: Mondays at 12noon Classified Advertising closes: Wednesdays at 10am

Quote of the Week

Riverland Weather



How to contact us

Good people, great weather and the โ€˜can doโ€™ community.

!$$2%33???????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? 0(/.% ?????????????????????????????????????????????????

PHOTO 3!,%3

0HOTOSTAKEN BYTHE

L AREAVAILABLE FORPURCHASEAT !7ILSON3TREET "ERRI


Thursday May 20, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 3

Making the cut

)NVITESYOUTOVIEWOUREXTENSIVE BRIDALRANGEFROM

)NSTOREUNTIL3ATURDAY*UNE !LSOINSTORESOON "EAUTIFUL3ONSIERANGEOFGOWNS  ,ANGTREE!VENUE -ILDURA



L

CLASSIFIEDS

Pages 33-35

LIMITED EDITION

LANCER ACTiV

21,990

$ ■APPRENTICES: School based apprentice meat processor Raymond Bonney tries his new vocation as program partners watch on at the official program launch, at the Loxton Meatworks last week. By LES PEARSON A GROUP of Riverland students are looking to make the cut as they pursue a career in the meat industry. Local butchers are being encouraged to indicate their interest in taking on school based apprentices after the new training program was officially launched last week at the Loxton Meatworks. William Angliss TAFE teacher Trevor Eden said the course has been successfully introduced into several other rural areas to address the skills shortage in the trade. Mr Eden said the meat processing (or retailing) school based apprenticeship is an excellent way for interested students to get a taste of the industry. “The whole concept of today’s launch is to get the word out to the to schools to interested students who may

not have heard about this opportunity,� he said. Students from Loxton, Renmark, Glossop and Waikerie high schools spend one day a week on site in the boning room, being taught the ins and outs of butchery. The program teaches the same competencies as a regular apprenticeship, while allowing the students to continue with their schooling. It also counts towards the students’ South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE). “It really suits someone who is a hands-on individual,� he said. The course includes hygiene and sanitation, first aid and customer service training amongst many other skills applicable to other trades. “A lot of the skills students are taught will last a lifetime,� Mr Eden said. While the program slowly

takes a foothold in the region, he said it needs local butchers to seriously consider taking on a school based apprentice. The program is structured like all school based apprenticeships with students attending school three days per week, training one day and a minimum of eight hours of employment per week. Tradeschools for the Future apprenticeship broker Kerry Woolston said there is about $8000 in financial incentives for employers. Program participants can also hire their work equipment free from the Australasian Meat Industry Employees Union, SA, with the option to purchase it if they pursue a career in the industry. Any interested employers or students can contact Tradeschools for the Future for more information.

1

AWAY 20,990 DRIVE

OVER $2,000 EXTRA VALUE

TO ABN HOLDERS ONLY.3 EXCLUDES RENTAL AND GOVT BUYERS.

• BLUETOOTHŽ • 16� ALLOYS • REAR SPOILER • LEATHER STEERING WHEEL WITH AUDIO CONTROLS • PRIVACY GLASS • AND LOTS MORE • Sedan or Hatch • 2.0L MIVEC engine • 5 speed manual • Seven airbags • Cruise control • Active Stability and Traction Control

1

2

INCLUDES GENUINE AIR CONDITIONING AND TRAY4 • 2.4L petrol • 5 speed manual • Power windows • CD/MP3 stereo • Heavy duty suspension • Driver and front passenger airbags

TRITON GLX-R 4X4

AWAY 45,990 DRIVE

$

1

2

TO ABN HOLDERS ONLY.3 PRICE EXCLUDES OPTIONAL METALLIC/PEARLESCENT PAINT $450 EXTRA. EXCLUDES RENTAL AND GOVT BUYERS.

• ACTIVE STABILITY CONTROL • ACTIVE TRACTION CONTROL • 2.5L high power turbo diesel • 5 speed manual • Hands free BluetoothŽ • Cruise control • 17� alloys • Super Select 4WD • Driver, passenger, side and curtain airbags

ROSENTHAL MITSUBISHI

LMVD46

BERRI Phone 8582 3644 RENMARK Phone 8586 6626 See mitsubishi-motors.com.au for further information. While stocks last. Rosenthal Mitsubishi reserves the right to extend or modify these offers. Offers available on new vehicles ordered and delivered between 1 May and 31 May 2010. Business, Fleet sales by special arrangement. †10 year or 160,000km Powertrain Warranty (whichever comes first) (non transferable). *5 year or 130,000km New Vehicle Factory Warranty (whichever comes first). ^5 years or 130,000km Roadside Assist (whichever comes first). Service conditions apply. ‥4 year or 60,000km Capped Price Servicing (whichever comes first). Covers all items specified under the standard ‘Maintenance for Normal Operating Conditions’ schedule detailed in the Service and Warranty Booklet. Additional service/repair items (if required) are at additional cost. Excludes Government and Rental Fleet customers. See your Dealer for full details. 1. Recommended selling price. 2. Drive away price includes 12 months Registration, CTP Insurance, Stamp Duty and Dealer Delivery. 3. Proof of certification required. 4. Genuine Mitsubishi Factory Aluminium Tray. LAMP0172/ROSENTHAL

DIGITAL SESSIONS

(FU3FBEZGPSPOFNBTTJWFOJHIUBUUIF3FONBSL$MVC "XFTPNFUVOFTBOEDIFBQESJOLT

3!452$!9.)'(4#,5"

'SJEBZ.BZ GFBUVSJOH

-AY

%:-"/4"/%&34 .BSCMF#BS"EFMBJEF

.BSCMF#BS"EFMBJEF

%+"4)-&&

TRITON GL 4X2 CAB CHASSIS

$

8&1"35: BOENBLJOHIFSEFCVUBQQFBSBODF BOENBLOHIFSEFCVUBQQFBSBODF

2

PRICE EXCLUDES OPTIONAL METALLIC/PEARLESCENT PAINT $450 EXTRA. PRIVATE BUYERS ONLY.

-FUTGBDFJU8FMJWFJOUIF3JWFSMBOE UIFSFTOPU NVDIUPEPCVUHJWFVTBOZPQQPSUVOJUZBOE

4"3&;t4"7t)":%04

DRIVE AWAY

6)3)44(% 2%.-!2+#,5" -522!9!6%.5% 2%.-!2+ \0(/.%\

DJsSAREZ,SAV& DJsSAREZ,SAV& TOM-E9PM-2AM TOM-E9PM-2AM


4 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday May 20, 2010

Exciting concepts in Play

1A;C=<

(ALF0RICE&ACIAL

.ORMALLYFOROURh7ICKED(ALF0RICE&ACIALv WEREINVITINGYOUTOPAMPERYOURSELFFORJUST 4HETREATMENTBEGINSWITHAWELCOMEMASSAGE FOLLOWEDBYASKINDIAGNOSISANDDEEPCLEANSEWITH PRODUCTSTAILOREDSPECIlCALLYFORYOURSKINTYPE

â&#x2013; PLANS: The Playspace and its features, which is to be located adjacent to the Lake Bonney foreshore.

7ELLGIVEYOUREYESANDEXTRALIFTWITHALASH TINTANDEYEBROWSHAPE YOUWONTBELIEVETHE DIFFERENCE(OWCANYOUPOSSIBLYRESIST

â&#x2013; From Page 1 â&#x20AC;&#x153;People can use their imagination and creativity 4HISSPECIALOFFERISVALIDUNTILSOPLEASEBOOKEARLY to make their own fun,â&#x20AC;?

.OTAVAILABLEWITHANYGIFTVOUCHERSORDISCOUNTCARDS she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Once it is developed fully and the reputation is out that it is different, challenging and fun, then it is ESSENTIALS going to draw people into 'ILBERT3TREET "ERRI0H the town.â&#x20AC;? The group already has WWWBODYESSENTIALSBYCILLACOMAU a five-way swing and super-

BODY BY CILLA

nova spin in storage and Ms Dillon said many of the ideas for the playground have come from local parents and families. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is for all ages and all abilities,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They (Berri Barmera Council) have been really excited that they have had some motivated people coming to them with ideas.â&#x20AC;?

9OURFRIENDSIN,AW

Ms Dillon added that while most of the ideas were approved by Berri Barmera Council, there were concerns over some pieces of play equipment. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We had to take some equipment out of initial drawings because of safety issues, like a flying fox,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They (council) have obviously had lots of

experience with that at Monash (Adventure Park) and are a bit weary about these things.â&#x20AC;? Council also looked at the surrounding speed limit, as the site will not have any fencing, according to Ms Dillon. â&#x20AC;&#x153;What they might do is put out some little barriers to slow kids down but we are going to use mounding

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

/VERYEARSEXPERIENCE4IM/"RIEN

A big thanks 4H

E

M

AJ OR

2 IVE

&ULLRANGEOF0ROFESSIONAL ,EGAL3ERVICES!DVICEINCLUDING

RLAN

D,EGA

L0RACTICEF OR

OVE R

s2EAL%STATE#ONVEYANCING s#RIMINAL,AW s#OMMERCIAL s0ARTNERSHIP!GREEMENTS s"USINESS!GREEMENTS s,EASES s7ILLS%STATES s0OWERSOF!TTORNEY s$IVORCE&AMILY,AW s-OTOR6EHICLE!CCIDENTS s#OMPENSATION#LAIMS s'ENERAL,ITIGATION



!FFORDABLEANDCOMPETITIVERATES

YE

#ALLNOWFORPRACTICALLEGALADVICE 2IVERVIEW$RIVE "ERRIs&AX %MAILOBRIENS OBRIENS SOLICITORSCOMAU

A BIG thank you to all businesses, private individuals, organisations and the ladies who made the opening of the Barmera Community Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Shed, and the garage sale afterwards, such an outstanding success. Sum raised $3030. Barmera is a great place to live and a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;can doâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; community. H. Banks, Barmera.

RFDS support ON behalf of the RFDS, I would like to thank the following for their generous

help and support of our Badge Day. Firstly, everyone for their donations, amounting in total to $1032.70, to my volunteers, including Emma Hobsonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s year 12 students, the residents of Warrawee, and to Woolworthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Big River for allowing our collection points at their premises. There was also a surprise at the end of the day from an anonymous gentleman, who had put in a special effort. Thank you all, it was a great effort. Jan Kemble, Waikerie.

Drink drive worry I AM writing to get someone

to ask some questions from the police at the Berri police station. After reading about the amount of drink drivers caught over a recent weekend and how disappointed the police were, I was wondering how come I have been ringing them for weeks concerning a habitual drink driver. He is still driving and bragging about how much he drinks and how he wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get caught because he doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t live in the township. He gets so drunk he canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t stand up and he canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t work out his car keys. He will kill someone. Name supplied, Renmark.

AR

S


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 5

space designs and natural plantings and it is going to be in from the road,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The council talked about maybe slowing the speed and putting in some traffic calmers.â&#x20AC;? The Playspace will host a range of state-of-the-art equipment and Ms Dillon said families will be able to spend a day at the site, located on the foreshore of beautiful Lake Bonney. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have got the sandpit in stage one, which is going to be a nice big sandy area with some raised sandpits so kids in wheelchairs can still come up and play in the sand,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There is going to be swings and slippery dips and a casuarina maze with native plantings and stepping stones. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some big climbing nets will be included so there is some challenging equipment for the older kids.â&#x20AC;? Playspace Group member Sue Whitbourne said the local economy will also benefit from equipment sourced from the Riverland. â&#x20AC;&#x153;In our proposal to council, that was endorsed last week, we have got a whole range of equipment that they approved, some of it locally constructed and made,â&#x20AC;? she said. While the group has attracted funding from all areas, it still needs financial and hands-on support for certain stages of the project, with stage one expected to be completed next year.

TH3TREET -ILDURA 0(/.%/2$%237%,#/-%  s  â&#x2013; VACANT: A shop on the Lake Bonney foreshore could benefit from Barmeraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Playspace.

Hope vacant shops will open THE Barmera community may further benefit from the Playspaceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s construction should a prime piece of real estate, near the Lake Bonney foreshore, be re-opened. Barmera Playspace chairperson Benita Dillon said a restaurant and cafe across from the Playspace site would be an asset to the area if it was sold and reopened. The buildings have been vacant for more than 10 years but Ms Dillon said tourism attracted to the area may pro-

vide benefits for a new owner. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Even if it is open in the summer for ice creams and coffees, it gives tourists something else to do,â&#x20AC;? she said. Playspace Group member Sue Whitbourne said the shop, restaurant and Playspace could work in tandem if it were to open. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You could bring your family down here and the grandparents could go and have coffee (at the shop) while the kids play,â&#x20AC;? she said.

Barmera to benefit from Playspace construction BARMERA is expected to significantly benefit from the construction of the Playspace. Barmera Playspace Group chairperson Benita Dillon said the small town needs extra attractions for tourists and locals.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;We wanted to develop a place where you can meet with motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s groups or families and come down for a picnic,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We also wanted it really different to Monash, we wanted it quite nature based, so

we are going to be using wood and some recycled look and feel.â&#x20AC;? Once word spreads that the giant playground is complete, Ms Dillon and the committee expect a significant boost in the local economy.

Riverland Radio station on the move to new Berri premises A CHAPTER in local media history will close later this year when Riverland Radio will move from its Vaughan Terrace, Berri, site. The radio station, which operates 5RM and Magic931 at the site, will be moving to a new premises on Kay Avenue. Riverland Radio general manager Cheryl Lardner said the broadcaster had been operating at the Vaughan Terrace site for more than 55 years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The current Vaughan Terrace site holds many wonder-

ful memories for not just the current staff members but for past management and staff that started their radio careers at this station,â&#x20AC;? Ms Lardner said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;That said, the new building, located next to Sunbake, is set to impress with stateof-the-art design and technologies, that we are all very excited about.â&#x20AC;? The decision to move was made following the expansion of Riverland Radioâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s staff numbers in December 2008 when the then general manager

",!#+0%00%2

David Bye moved into the role of Fairfax Regional Radio Network CEO but decided to remain in the Riverland. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Fairfax board has identified

Riverland Radio as the centre of its Australia wide regional operations and felt the move necessary to further enhance the growth of the Riverland,â&#x20AC;? Ms

Lardner said. It is expected Riverland Radio will move into the new premises in October, with the existing site being offered for sale.

(308&34'"3.&34"/% #64*/&4408/&34 !h-UST!TTENDv7ORKSHOP %FMJWFSFEJOQMBJO EPXOUPFBSUI OPGSJMMTMBOHVBHF  PĂľFSJOHLOPXMFEHFBOETPMVUJPOT  UPBTTJTUZPVUPNPWFGPSXBSE 3JTL.BOBHFNFOUo/BUVSBMQBSUPGCVTJOFTT .BSLFUJOHo#FOFmUTGPS#VTJOFTTBOE1SPEVDUT 'JOBODFo0QUJPOTBWBJMBCMF XIBUJTCFTUGPSZPV #BOL*OGPo#BOL4"PVUMJOFXIBUBOEXIZ -JGF#FZPOE'BSNJOHo-JGF8PSLCBMBODFXIBUIPX

1SFTFOUFECZ4&%$POTVMUJOH JODPOKVODUJPOXJUI#BOL4"

7).4%2 â&#x20AC;˘ warm jackets â&#x20AC;˘ skivvys â&#x20AC;˘ jumpers â&#x20AC;˘ long sleeve tees

Adrienneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 11 WILSON STREET, BERRI | PHONE 8582 1033

,!-"""1#(/03







 KG LOT

KG

#25-"%$"%%& 3#(.)4:%,3





KG FOR

#25-"%$#()#+%. "2%!343#(.)4:%,3

    

KG FOR

&2%3(2/!34).' ,%'3/&,!-" KG

&2%3(2/!34).' ,%'3/&0/2+

i.BOBHJOH1PTJUJWFMZJO%SPVHIUBOE#FZPOEw

NOW IN STOCK

GFLH9QAF`9L=<HJA;=K 9LL@=KMH=JE9JC=L







KG

02%-)5-  '2!).&%$2UMP +'  42!93 4 "ONE

  0ORTERHOUSE  -H=F<GJEGJ=9F< ?GAFL@=<J9OLG

7).9 '=9L*9;C

%FQU1SJNBSZ*OEVTUSJFTBOE3JWFS.VSSBZ5SBJOJOH

<J9OF=N=JQO==C

8PSLTIPQT%FUBJMTBNUPQN MVODINPSOJOHUFBBOESFGSFTINFOUTJODMVEFE

.POEBZ .BZ#FSSJ3FTPSU)PUFM 5VFTEBZ .BZ,BSPPOEB$PVODJM$IBNCFST 8FEOFTEBZ .BZ8BJLFSJF)PUFM

42!$).'(/523 -ON 4UES 7ED 4HURSAMnPM &RIDAYAMnPM 3ATURDAYAMnPM

5P#PPL1IPOF+P#FSSZ

3%,,).'$)2%#44/4(%05",)#

&NBJMKCFSSZ!SJWFSMBOEBDDDPNBV

[1=K=DDL@=:=KLIM9DALQ9LL@=DGO=KLHJA;=Kf


6 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday May 20, 2010


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 7

New counselling appointment By LES PEARSON A FORMER wine industry expert has been appointed to a new business support specialist role with Rural Financial Counselling Service of South Australia (RFCSSA). Previous phylloxera and grape industry boards chief executive Peter Hackworth will take on the role, working with grape growers in the Riverland and other wine-producing regions in South Australia.

Agriculture minister Michael Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien announced the position while in the region on Friday, the $100,000 of State Government funding enabling RFCSSA to accommodate the role. RFCSSA general manager Kay Mathias told the Riverland Weekly she applauded Mr Hackworthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s appointment. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We wanted somebody that has expert knowledge of the industry and the industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s issues,â&#x20AC;? she said.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;He can now relate with and talk with growers, who can then be referred to rural financial counsellors.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;From there, he will case manage between growers and counsellors to reach a proper and appropriate financial outcome.â&#x20AC;? However, Ms Matthias admitted appointing a specialist on the team was overdue. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I suspect it probably is (overdue) but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the same with a lot of crises,â&#x20AC;? she said.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Over the past few years we were dealing with such an inundation of immediate issues that it got put to the backburner.â&#x20AC;? Ms Matthias believes the latest appointment is an indication that the wine industry will need to be much more self-sufficient in the near future. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We believe that the exceptional circumstances funding will finish soon, so government support as we know it will finish as well,â&#x20AC;? she said.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hard to be definitive but it wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be long. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The reality is the government support we have now canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t continue forever.â&#x20AC;? With the drought widely considered to be over, Ms Matthias said those in the wine industry will have to look to other areas to become more sustainable, including restructuring and even exiting. Mr Hackworth will begin his role on Monday.

Loxton man arrested Riverland police report that a 29 year old Loxton man was arrested for assault on Tuesday morning. Police allege the man assaulted a 27 year old male, also of Loxton. It is reported the men knew each other. The offender was also placed on a disorderly behaviour charge.

â&#x2013; AWARDS: The Country Fire Service recently awarded medals to over 50 volunteers in recognition of their service to the mid Murray community. Michael Arnold (right) was presented with his award, by deputy chief officer Andrew Lawson (left) and regional commander Richard Coombe, for his 49 years of service to the CFS.

Job losses rates consideration By BRAD PERRY THE Berri Barmera Council has taken into consideration the current economic situation when setting the latest council rates. Factoring in the job losses at National Foods and Fletchers Freighters, Berri Barmera Mayor Peter Hunt believes the proposed 2.5 per cent overall rate increase for the district is fair. He hopes ratepayers attending a public meet-

ing to be held on June 1 will understand and accept the â&#x20AC;&#x153;light increaseâ&#x20AC;?. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am very pleased that we have sat down and looked at a very low increase and, of course, we will look at how it goes on for the future years as well,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am hoping they will look satisfactorily at it because naturally we have to keep a certain standard within our own community.â&#x20AC;? The rate rise arose dur-

ing a special council meeting where the 2010/11 draft business plan was adopted. Mr Hunt acknowledged that ratepayers were having a tough time grappling with the current economic situation but said the increase was needed to maintain the district. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When they look, they can see that things are still getting done,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The towns are probably looking better than they ever have

over the last few years with some of the redevelopment down at the lake foreshore and riverfront.â&#x20AC;? Council has reduced major projects and is cutting expenditure to keep average rates at $1058 per annum, up from $1052 last year. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It seems to be that everyone is finding it harder than what they have with the things that are going on in the Riverland like Fletchers and National Foods,â&#x20AC;? he said.

Meanwhile, a Berri property has been attacked by vandals who marked graffiti on a shed and fence. Police said the property was marked in blue paint, causing $200 worth of damage. The incident occurred between last Friday and Saturday. In other news, an ornamental bridge was stolen from the front garden of a Berri home.

Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;>Â&#x2DC;VÂ&#x2C6;>Â? *Â?>Â&#x2DC;Â&#x2DC;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;}Ă&#x160;-iÂ&#x201C;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;>Ă&#x20AC; Ă&#x2022;iĂ&#x192;Ă&#x152;Ă&#x160;-ÂŤi>Â&#x17D;iĂ&#x20AC;Ă&#x192;\

-ICHAEL&AZZINIFROM!-0#APTIAL)NVESTORS .ATHAN+REIGFROM!-0&INANCIAL0LANNING 0ROVIDINGINFORMATIONABOUTTHE-AY"UDGET %NDOF &INANCIAL9EAR3TRATEGIES )NVESTMENT-ARKET5PDATEAND /PPORTUNITIES 4RANSITIONTO2ETIREMENTAND"ENElTS OF3UPERANNUATION#ONTRIBUTIONS

>Ă&#x152;i\7EDNESDAY*UNE /Â&#x2C6;Â&#x201C;i\PMFORPMSTART 6iÂ&#x2DC;Ă&#x2022;i\,EN-AHONEY2OOM "ERRI4OWN(ALL 7ILSON3TREET "ERRI ,-6*\7EDNESDAY-AY nxĂ&#x160;nĂ&#x201C;Ă&#x17D;Ă&#x160;Ă&#x17D;nnĂ&#x160;Â&#x153;Ă&#x20AC;Ă&#x160;>`Â&#x201C;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;JÂ&#x17D;i>Ă&#x20AC;Â&#x2DC;iĂ&#x17E;wĂ&#x160;Â&#x2DC;>Â&#x2DC;VÂ&#x2C6;>Â?°VÂ&#x153;Â&#x201C;°>Ă&#x2022;

0LEASECONTACTOUROFlCEIFYOUWOULDLIKEMORE INFORMATION WELOOKFORWARDTOSEEINGYOUTHERE

ADVERTISING FEATURE

MTA graduation approaches THE MTA Group Training Scheme, the peak apprentice and training body for the automotive industry, will celebrate the presentation of Trade Certificates and Achievement Awards to graduates and trainees at AAMI Stadium (West Lakes) next Tuesday.

MTA-GTS offers employment through apprenticeships in vocations where there is high demand for qualified tradespeople: motor mechanics, diesel mechanics, panel beaters, vehicle painters, auto electricians, engine reconditions, auto parts interpreters,

marine mechanics and motorcycle mechanics â&#x20AC;&#x201C; just to name a few. MTA-GTS chairman Colin Clark and MTA Executive Director John Chapman will host the ceremony and be joined by special guests V8 Supercar drivers Steven Richards and Mark Winterbottom.

+EARNEY&INANCIAL3ERVICES0TY,TD!". $ANNY+EARNEY #RAIG2ASHLEIGHAND6ERONICA2UTHERFORDARE !UTHORISED2EPRESENTATIVESOF!-0&INANCIAL0LANNING0TY,IMITED!".!-0&0 !&3,ICENCE.O

YOU CAN RELY ON THE BUSINESS DISPLAYING MTA Why? Because all members subscribe to a code of ethics. Your local members: /BSERVEALL3TATEAND #OMMONWEALTHLAWS ESPECIALLY THOSERELATINGTOCONSUMERAND COMMERCIALTRANSACTIONS 0ROVIDETRUTHINADVERTISING ACT HONESTLYANDFAIRLYINALLTHEIR DEALINGSWITHTHEPUBLIC AND CONDUCTTHEIRBUSINESSWITH THEHIGHESTLEVELOFSKILLAND INTEGRITY 0RICEALLGOODSANDSERVICES FAIRLYANDACTHONESTLYINALL lNANCIALDEALINGS WHETHERIN CONTRACTSORADVERTISING !LWAYSABIDEBYCONSUMERS RIGHTATLAWTOANYGUARANTEE EITHERSTATEDORIMPLIED

5PONREQUEST EXAMINEA CUSTOMERSVEHICLEANDRETURNA DIGANOSISOFANYFAULTSDETECTED TOGETHERWITIHANESTIMATEOF THECOSTOFTHENECESSARYREPAIRS .OTIFYCUSTOMERSINADVANCE OFANYDISMANTLINGCHARGES NECESSARYTOARRIVEATAN ESTIMATEOFREPAIRSANDINFORM THECUSTOMERIFTHEESTIMATE INCLUDESTHEPRICEOFPARTS #ARRYOUTONLYTHOSEREPAIRS AUTHORISEDANDINCLUDEDIN THEESTIMATE BUTIFDURING THEPROCESSOFSUCHWORK FURTHERDEFECTSAREDETECTED THATAREUNRELATEDTOTHE ORIGINALINSTRUCTION ADVISE CUSTOMERSOFSUCHDEFECTSAND

SEEKPERMISSIONTOCARRYOUT THEADDITIONALWORK EITHER IMMEDIATELYORONAFUTUREDATE 'UARANTEEREPAIRSAGAINSTFAILURE DUETODEFECTIVEWORKMANSHIP ORFAULTYPARTSSUPPLIEDBYTHE MEMBER FORASPECIlCNUMBER OFKILOMETRESORPERIODOFTIME )FFORANYREASONYOUR-4! MEMBERCONSIDERSCIRCUMSTANCES PRECLUDETHEMISSUINGA GUARANTEE THENTHEYWILLMAKE THISFACTCLEARTOYOUPRIORTOTHE SIGNINGOFTHEJOBSHEETORTHE COMMENCEMENTOFANYWORK #O OPERATEWITHTHE-4!IN RAISINGTHESTATUREOFTHEMOTOR TRADEWITHINTHECOMMUNITY

BERRI

"ERRI!UTO%LECTRICAL "ERRI#RASH2EPAIRS "IG2IVER4OYOTA #HRIS3INKO&ORD #-62IVERLAND0ARTS 'ROWERS3ERVICES0TY,TD 2IVERLAND%NGINE2ECONDITIONERS 2OLYS!UTOMOTIVE3ERVICES 2OSENTHAL"ROS0TY,TD 3IKORSKI!UTO2EPAIRS

BARMERA +NITER!UTOS -ORELLIS!LLWELD2EPAIRS3ERVICE 2IVER-URRAY!UTO7RECKERS 2IVERLAND#RASH 2IVERLAND4YRE-AG#ENTRE

www.mta-sa.asn.au

RENMARK #ALTEX9AMBA2OADHOUSE #HIGROS-OTORS 'ROWERS3ERVICES (OODS4RACTORSAND)MPLEMENTS 0ENDLE!UTOMOTIVE3ERVICES 0ENDLE-OTORS 2IVERLAND&ARM-ACHINERY 2OSENTHAL-OTORS

WAIKERIE

%RROL-ATCHOSS-OTORS 2IVERSIDE(OLDEN -C+AYS!UTO#ENTRE 7AIKERIE#RASH 7AIKERIE(ONDA 2OGERS!UTO2EPAIRS

LOXTON

&LIGHT-OTORS0TY,TD ,OXTON-OTORCYCLE#ENTRE 2ON'RAY#RASH2EPAIRS 3CHWARZ-OTOR2EPAIRS 2IVERLAND&ORD


8 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday May 20, 2010

$22,990

1

3

more DRIVE AWAY no to pay

Holden Cruze CD

>Electronic Stability Control (ESC) > 6 airbags including side curtain airbags > cruise control > USB & IPOD® compatibility > Automatic headlamps

SV6 Commodore Sedan >210kW S.I.D.I. Direct Injection Engine V6 >Sports suspension & body kit >Bluetooth >Electronic Stability Control >6 airbags > 18” alloys. 2

■ SHINING BRIGHT: Bryce Eagle, of Loxton, shone brightly at the recent National Work Skills competition, coming second. Photo: JANE WILSON

$36,490

Bryce’s top job

more DRIVE AWAY no to pay includes metallic paint.

CAPTIVA SX AWD - 7 SEATS

>17” Alloy wheels > Electronic Stability Control (ESC) > Driver and front passenger airbags, plus curtain airbags

$36,990 2

Rosenthals

Berri 8582 3644 Renmark 8586 6626

Competitors in the turning category had to form a complex step shaft with several components in just 16 hours over the three days. “I was really under the pump at the start but I ended up with some spare time at the end,” Bryce said. A certain component of the project was to be completed by the end of each day, causing some dilemmas for competitors. “I was juggling between getting stuff done right and getting the things done fast,” Bryce said. “I just had to find that balance.” He said he was satisfied

By LES PEARSON

more DRIVE AWAY no to pay

includes metallic paint valued at $400

Holden.

Offers end 31/5/2010 or while stocks last. Holden reserves the right to change or extend these offers. Not available in conjunction with any other special pricing or allowance. Private or ABN buyers only. 1 Max. Sale Price for Cruze CD sedan manual. 2 Max. Sale Price for SV6 sedan manual. 3 Max. Sale Price for Captiva SX AWD wagon.

AS if winning the turning section in the State Work Skills competition earlier this year was not a big enough achievement, Loxton apprentice Bryce Eagle claimed second in the same section at the nationals in Brisbane recently. The fourth year apprentice works at Angove’s Winery in Renmark and was part of a 25 member team from South Australia that ventured to Queensland, returning with two gold, two silver and a bronze medal. Bryce said the three day competition was extremely tough.

with the end product. “To get second, I’m happy with that,” he said. “The only thing that annoyed me was I saw the marking afterwards and I was only a quarter of a per cent from coming first. “But I gave it my best with the time and pressure they put on us.” Bryce said he thoroughly enjoyed the experience and the chance to make new friends but also came out of the competition with tool sponsorship from precision cutting tool company SEI Carbide. “I’ve got some pretty good tools now,” he said.

! L E M A C S S A L C WORLD

stocks Specials valid 20/05/2010 until 30/05/2010 or while

last. *Terms & conditions apply, see in store for details.

BONU S Socceroos

$

collectors glass. While stocks last. 4 to collect!!!

Prices may vary in country/regional areas due to freight.

98

45

2

Photos for illustration purposes only. LALQSMART1397

8 Cans for $

BONUS Fedora hat!!!

25 Southern Comfort & Cola 375ml Cans 4 Pack

3 for

Hahn Super Dry 330ml Bottles Carton 24

$ $

40

WIN a Rip Curl

$ 98

19

Hooded JaCket*

98 2 4

each

Jim Beam & Cola 375ml Cans 6 Pack Secret Stone Sauvignon Blanc 750ml $14.98 each Carlton Draught 375ml Bottles & Cans Carton 24

61 7211

SA Head Office Ph (08) 83

Barmera Hotel-Motel 29

Ba

88 2111 s Loxton Ho rwell Ave, Barmera Ph 85

tel East Terrace, Loxton

u www.thirstycamel.com.a

Ph 8584 7266


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 9

Regionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s top citizen to be named THE 33rd Riverland and Mallee Rotary Clubs Citizen of the Year dinner will honour volunteers who have, in some cases, given a lifetime of support to the region. On Friday night, hundreds of people will attend the award ceremony at the Berri Resort Hotel and Rotary Club member Robin Foley said the event is an important occasion. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think it is huge for the Riverland to make sure people are aware about who is involved in the community and it is important to thank them and acknowledge what they do,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Some of these people

have given a lifetime of volunteering and all kinds of different types of services in the community.â&#x20AC;?

Some of these people have given a lifetime of volunteering and all kinds of different types of services.

Ms Foley said the Riverland and Mallee needs people that care for each other and to honour those that volunteer their time to

keep sporting and service clubs alive. Guest speaker for the night will be Brian Egan, who along with wife Nerida, established Aussie Helpers, a not-for-profit organisation assisting farming families who need help. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He is a very interesting man, he has overcome some pretty hard times,â&#x20AC;? she said. The nominees are Jordon Enright, Allen Buckley, Lynn Schmaal, Nancy Murdock, Joy Gill, Leonora Huddleston, Gordon Hancock, Daphne Miegel, Ian Penno, Des Watts, Eric Haggerstom, Geoff Higgs, Rob Todd and Bill Bucon.

ADVERTISING FEATURE

Helping to reduce your stress WHETHER you have a chronic or an acute health problem, or you are simply looking for a way to reduce tension in your body and organs and promote wellbeing, the below mentioned therapies may be the answer. Vera of Healthy Body, Healthy Skin has been in the health and skin therapy industry for over 20 years. She is now living in the Riverland after having a very successful clinic in Cairns. Vera brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience. She is the winner of many holistic medicine awards, along with numerous skin therapy awards. Vera is a registered practitioner (medical rebates apply) and will be offering the following services to the Riverland: â&#x20AC;˘

Foot and hand reflexology; Auricular therapy; Facial reflexology; Cranio-sacral therapy;

â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘

Acupressure and meridian therapy; Dr Vodder manual lymphatic drainage; Ion cleanse foot detoxifying bath; Hair tissue mineral analysis and Panaxea herbal medicine.

â&#x20AC;˘

Veraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s patients are wide and varied â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from diabetics and stroke sufferers to those with digestive and immune disorders and all skin conditions including acne and eczema. Ages range from newborn to 90s. A combination of the abovementioned therapies can help with the following:

â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘

Arthritis, joint pain and inflammatory disorders, including gout, swollen ankles and fluid retention; Back pain, sciatica and areas of the spine and their related nerve endings;

â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

Neck and shoulder stiffness/pain or tension; Digestive problems such as irritable bowel, reflux, indigestion, colitis, cholesterol, diabetes, hypoglycaemia; Headaches, migraines; Hormonal imbalances, irregular or painful menstrual cycle; Menopause and perimenopausal symptoms; Improves mental clarity and behavioural issues; Respiratory system disorders including asthma, bronchitis and colds; Sinusitis; Stress, tension, anxiety and sleep disorders; Tiredness, fatigue; High or low blood pressure; Skin related ailments such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, hormonal breakouts and skin tone and skin firmness.

All treatments are suitable for men, women and children of all ages.

"ETTERHEALTHNATURALLY "ETTERHEALTHNATURALLY %PZPVTVĂľFSGSPNBOZPGUIFGPMMPXJOH

 #BDLQBJO OFDLBOETIPVMEFSQBJOUFOTJPO TDJBUJDBPSPUIFSQBJOT  JHFTUJWFQSPCMFNTTVDIBTSFnVY CMPBUJOH JOEJHFTUJPO IFBSUCVSO  % JSSJUBCMFCPXFM DPOTUJQBUJPO DPMJUJT DIPMFTUFSPM EJBCFUFTFUD )FBEBDIFTPSNJHSBJOFT

"SUISJUJT KPJOUQBJOPSPUIFSJOnBNNBUPSZEJTPSEFST 1.4 JSSFHVMBSPSQBJOGVMNFOTUSVBMDZDMF .FOPQBVTFPSQFSJNFOPQBTVBMTZNQUPNT .FOUBMDPOGVTJPO NFNPSZEFDMJOF

3FTQJSBUPSZTZTUFNEJTPSEFSTJODMVEJOH"TUINBBOE#SPODIJUJT

Alysha takes next step By LES PEARSON EMERGING local performing artist and director Alysha Hermann has taken the next leap in her career, being accepted as one of only 36 artists across the country to be a participant in JUMP â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the new national mentoring program launched earlier this year. JUMP is the first program of its kind, supporting young artists anywhere in Australia to work with industry leaders across a wide range of artforms. Alysha said she has chosen former Riverland Youth Theatre (RYT) artistic director Alison Howard as her mentor. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m thrilled that the integrity and quality of my work has been recognised on such a national scale,â&#x20AC;? she said. Applicants to the JUMP program proposed a creative project to work on with support from a professional artist in their field. Alyshaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s project PressureLands is a community arts performance project in the Riverland exploring the concept of pressure and how it shapes the experiences of young people. PressureLands is supported by Riverland headspace, a community based health service for young people

)JHIPSMPXCMPPEQSFTTVSF



4LJOSFMBUFEBJMNFOUTTVDIBT"DOF FD[FNB QTPSJBTJT IPSNPOBM CSFBLPVUT TLJOSBTIFT



"OZPUIFSBJMNFOUT

*GZPVIBWFBOTXFSFEi:&4wUPBOZPGUIFBCPWF 7FSBBU)FBMUIZ#PEZ)FBMUIZ4LJODBO IFMQZPVXJUIPSNPSFPGUIFGPMMPXJOHUSFBUNFOUT 'PPUBOEIBOE3FnFYPMPHZ"VSJDVMBS5IFSBQZ'BDJBM3FnFYPMPHZ$SBOJP4BDSBM3FnFYPMPHZ "DVQSFTTVSF BDVQVODUVSFXJUIPVUOFFEMFT .FSJEJBO5IFSBQZ-ZNQIBUJD%SBJOBHF%FUPYJGZJOH'PPU#BUI

a passionate member of the Riverland community dedicated to enriching the cultural life of the community. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The opportunity to work creatively in my own community and empower young people through creative expression is really exciting,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Having Alison as my mentor, with her experiences of community arts and youth theatre, will be invaluable to the success of PressureLands and my development as a professional artist.â&#x20AC;?

THE SERIOUSLY BIG ORANGE CASHBACK. K

MS 441

$200

Get up to cash back when you purchase selected pro saws.* *Offer ends 31/07/10 or while stocks last. $100 cashback offer available with MS 441 and MS 460 models, $200 cashback offer available with MS 660 and MS 880 models. For full terms and conditions see stihl.com.au

High power, low vibration MS 441 (pictured above)

6.4kW Pro Saw MS 880 Magnumâ&#x201E;˘

Exceptional performance and low fuel consumption. Extremely low vibration and very long-life air ltration will denitely make your life easier. 20â&#x20AC;? (50cm) bar, 4.1kW, 70.7cc, 6.6kg

The most powerful production chainsaw in the world. For large capacity, heavy duty forestry work. 25â&#x20AC;? (63cm) bar, 6.4kW, 121.6cc, 9.9kg

4USFTT 5FOTJPO BOYJFUZBOETMFFQEJTPSEFST 5JSFEOFTTBOEGBUJHVF

aged 12 to 25. Alysha said she has already met some amazing people with some confronting stories to tell. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Emotionally you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t help but get involved but itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s also really important to keep yourself and the participants safe,â&#x20AC;? she said. Stage one of the PressureLands project, will kick off in July and run right through until December, with further stages running next year and the final production aiming to be produced in 2012. Alysha is a mother, artist, university student and

SERIOUSLY GREAT DEALS!

$

4JOVT

â&#x2013; GUIDING HAND: Renmarkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Alysha Hermannâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s creative ideas are often inspired by the river. Photo: JANE WILSON

200 CASH BACK

100 CASH BACK

4.4kW Pro Saw MS 460 Magnumâ&#x201E;˘ Powerful professional saw designed for heavy duty continuous tree felling and limbing. 20â&#x20AC;? (50cm) bar, 4.4kW, 76.5cc, 6.6kg

$

$

100 CASH BACK

Best selling pro saw MS 660 Magnumâ&#x201E;˘ Boasting the best power-to-weight ratio on the market. The MS 660 is built for the genuine pro with heavy duty anti-vibration & STIHLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s legendary rugged construction. 25â&#x20AC;? (63cm) bar, 5.7kW, 91.6cc, 7.3kg

$

200 CASH BACK

'PSGVSUIFSJOGPSNBUJPO1I7FSBPSGPSBCPPLJOH1IPOF ,BSBEEB4LJOO#PEZ#BSNFSBBOE3FONBSL1I 4IFOUJ)BJSBOE#PEZ#FSSJ1I

1SFTFOUUIJTBEWFSUJTFNFOUUPSFDFJWFPĂľPOFIPVSUSFBUNFOU -JNJUPOFQFSQFSTPOWBMJEVOUJM+VOF 

Waikerie Honda Loxton Motorcycle Centre

www.stihl.com.au Call dealer direct on 13 11 97 SPECIALIST DEALER NETWORK

RT100508

1SPGFTTJPOBMBOE3FHJTUFSFE3FnFYPMPHJTUBOE5SBJOFS .FEJDBMSFCBUFTBQQMZ

%S7PEEFS-ZNQIBUJD5IFSBQJTU"EWBODFE"FTUIFUJD1SBDUJUJPOFSBOE1BSBNFEJDBM4LJO5IFSBQJTU


10 â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010 FEATURE

PETS LIFE

Keeping chooks no paltry matter T

HE keeping of backyard poultry gives great enjoyment to many people. As more people purchase small acreages, poultry ownership is becoming a popular and economically beneficial pastime for many. The production of fresh eggs and meat for human consumption, plus the enjoyment they give as pets or show birds, makes poultry valuable members of many families. Unfortunately, poultry, just like dogs and cats, may become ill from many causes. There are a few major categories of disease that commonly occur in small poultry flocks. These include external and internal parasites, Marekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease, respiratory disease, nutritional problems, reproductive diseases and fowl pox. Other diseases that poultry

spreading from bird to bird. Signs of internal parasitism may include weight loss, pale combs or diarrhoea. Your local veterinarian will be able to look at faeces under the microscope and advise you which type of worms and protozoan parasites are present by the type and number of eggs they observe in the faecal sample.

owners need to be aware of are those diseases exotic to Australia. Exotic diseases pose a risk to commercial poultry flocks if they enter Australia, so poultry keepers need to be aware of these diseases, and report them to DPI promptly if suspected.

External Poultry can carry a large variety of parasites on their bodies. These range in size from large, blood sucking ticks up to one centimetre in size, down to the microscopic scaly face (and leg) mite that is less than 0.5mm in size. Other external parasites that are commonly encountered are the stickfast flea (small, black fleas on the comb that do not move), and lice (small, white insects that move rapidly through

304&%"-& .&"54 '/52-%40%4 -%!43%,%#4)/.3 DOGBONESPERKG COOKEDMEATLOAFESPECIALLYFORDOGS FROZENCHICKENORCHICKENROOMINCE CHICKENNECKSPERKG KGBAGSDRYFOOD FRESHKANGAROOMEAT DICEDMINCEDPERKG MEATYBONESPERFECTFOR YABBIEBAITPERKG

,!5#+%3#(//+&//$ (OMELAYPELLETSKG %XTRAEGGKG 2EDHENFREERANGE KG !,3/ 7%$.%3$!9 0REMIUMRABBITPELLETS 4/&2)$!9 KG  PM 3!452$!9 JELLETT ROAD, BERRI  AM PHONE 8582 5070

/0%.

Call and place your order today!

Other diseases

â&#x2013; WATCH OUT: Poultry make good and productive pets but an eye needs to be kept out for parasites ranging in size from large ticks to microscopic mites. the feathers). External parasites generally cause mild clinical signs such as feather damage, anaemia and irritation but they may also carry severe, life threatening diseases such as tick fever. Backyard poultry should be examined regularly, and treated, for external parasites every two to three months. Products to treat these diseases can be recommended by your veterinarian.

Internal parasites Backyard poultry also carry a wide range of internal parasites.

These range from large roundworms (ascarids) that are visible with the naked eye; to small, single celled organisms only visible under a microscope (coccidia, trichomonas, and giardia). Internal parasites attack the lining of the intestine and absorb nutrients from the gut that the bird should be using for maintenance of its own body and production of eggs. Worms (and other internal parasites) are spread from bird to bird by the ingestion of eggs from the faeces of infected birds. Regular removal and cleaning of faeces from the birdâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s enclosure will result in less worm eggs in the environment and less chance of worms

There is a variety of other diseases to look out for, including Marekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease, leucosis, respiratory disease and fowl pox, while nutritional deficiencies, reproductive problems and exotic diseases such as Newcastle disease and avian influenza can also be problems. You can prevent your birds becoming infected with these diseases by limiting their exposure to migrating waterfowl and wild birds that can carry these viruses. Preventing overseas visitors, who may be inadvertently carrying the virus, from accessing your birds and refusing to accept birds or eggs that may have been imported will also decrease the chances of your birds becoming infected. If you at any time suspect exotic or notifiable disease in your birds, call your local animal health officer, or district veterinary officer, or the Disease Watch Hotline on 1800 675 888.

+EEPYOURPET

cosythiswinter

%PH .BUUSFTTFT

)FBUMBNQT BOEQBET GPSSFQUJMFTBOE BNQIJCJBOT

NBDIJOF XBTIBCMF

-OBILE 6ET

6ISITING,AMEROOAND0INNAROO

/&8 %0( $0"54

$PNJOHTPPO

#VML EPHDBUGPPET "MMPUIFS TUPDLGPPET BWBJMBCMF

(//+,).%3).+%2 $ENNY3TREET "ERRI0HONEWWWSPOTONlSHINGCOMAU

$OGANDCATVACCINATIONS MICROCHIPPING ANDCONSULTATIONS #ALLNOWTODISCUSSANAPPOINTMENTOR EXPRESSINTERESTINHAVINGYOURPETDESEXED

2EBEKAH$ENSLEY 


Thursday May 20, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 11

L

Weekly This week’s Feature properties

Page

17 WINKIE

3

2

Contact Ray White Berri Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Sec 885 Winkie Rd Price $255,000 Inspect By appointment RLA 195714

Page

5+

Berri I Barmera I Loxton I Waikerie

19

Location, Lifestyle, character & charm L

OCATED just minutes from Berri in the wide open spaces of Winkie, this three to four bedroom character filled home awaits a young couple or expanding family to take advantage of the tremendous attributes it has on offer. On entrance through the solid lead light panelled door into the grand passage, you will be greeted with sprawling polished floors and high lofty ceilings highlighting their character filled era. The lounge gives endless space along with timber panelled freeze, r/c split system and combustion fire which lies under the mantle projecting the heat required in those chilly winter nights. The kitchen has loads of floor and overhead cabinetry, new kitchen appliances, dishwasher and a breakfast bar which adjoins the kitchen to the open

Page

21

ONLINE! riverlandweekly.com.au

plan dining area. The master bedroom has timber floors along with the rest of the bedrooms, while also flaunting a heritage tiled ensuite. Sleeping zones two and three are a good size, while there is also a fourth bedroom, sunroom or second office area. For entertaining there is an undercover entertaining area, outdoor rumpus room and in-ground concrete pool to keep you cool. There is also a tennis court located on the property and just requires a little motivation to restore to its old state, ready for that backyard tournament. A fully fenced portion of the acreage is ideal for chooks, dogs or maybe a vegetable garden for the green thumbs, while shedding is also extremely comprehensive and is sure to accommodate all the big boys’ toys.

BARMERA

Be part of the history B

EING occupied by one owner its whole life, this beautiful character filled home has plenty of history to share, although as life moves on, situations change and opportunities are created. For the first time in history this secluded lifestyle property is being offered to the market for a new title holder to enjoy. On entrance you are greeted with high lofty ceilings through the passage, while sleeping zones one and two are to either side. Both bedrooms

boast generous size, while the master has an old world mantle and open fire place beneath, while, the third is set at the rear of the home. The kitchen is well appointed with floor and overhead cabinetry, breakfast bar and a generous sized dinette for those more formal meals. A full length bath, shower alcove, vanity and floor tiles complete the bathroom, along with a three in one. Tastic to keep you warm on those winter mornings.

The large carpeted lounge is conveniently placed adjacent to the kitchen and has sliding door access to the concrete undercover outside entertaining area. If tranquility is what you’re really after, isten to the bird life taking advantage of 3065m2 of native trees and shrubs, and with portions of vacant land, there is potential to add your own personality with perhaps a vegetable garden, orchard, or add to the already extensive concrete and powered shedding.

3

1258 Sturt Highway Price $179,000 Inspect By appointment RLA 195714

1

2 Contact Ray White Berri Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Berri I Barmera I Loxton I Waikerie


2,!

12 â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010

"ERRI $ENNY3TREET  ,OXTON %AST4ERRACE  7AIKERIE -C#OY3TREET  "ERRI

"ERRI

NEW RELEASE

OPEN

*ONES3TREET #ORNER"LOCK)NVESTMENT0OTENTIAL s!TTENTIONlRSTHOMEBUYERS RETIREES ANDASTUTEINVESTORSs.EATANDTIDYTHREE BEDROOMHOMEBOASTINGASTRONGRENTALRETURN OFPERWEEKs3ITEDONALARGELOW MAINTENANCECORNERALLOTMENTCLOSETOSEVEN DAYFACILITIESs%ACHOFTHECARPETEDSLEEPING ZONESAREAGENEROUSSIZEs4HEKITCHENHAS mOORANDOVERHEADCABINETRYANDOPENPLAN DINETTEs'ENEROUSINSIZE THELOUNGEHAS CARPETUNDERFOOT LARGELIGHTlLLEDWINDOW PANESANDREVERSECYCLEWALLMOUNTEDAIR CONDITIONINGFORALLYEARCLIMATECOMFORT s4HEFREESTANDINGCARPORTANDGOOD SIZEGARDENSHEDISFANTASTICFORCAR ACCOMMODATIONANDGENERALSTORAGE /PEN3ATURDAY-AY  PM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ "RONTE-ANUEL

"ERRI

PRICE REVIEW

#OOMBE3TREET 3TAR"ARGAIN"UYING s!FFORDABLElRSTHOMESTARTFORA&IRST(OME"UYERs4HREECARPETED LARGEBEDROOMSWITH(OLLANDBLINDSs$EEPALLOTMENT FULLYFENCED ALLROUNDYARDWITHREARLANEACCESSs&RESHLYPAINTED FRESHLY LANDSCAPEDANDREADYTOOCCUPYs#ONVENIENTLOCATIONTOTHE#"$ ANDMEDICALFACILITIESs'ARAGEWITHPOWERANDCONCRETEmOOR 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

"RONTE-ANUEL

,OT3EC3TURT(IGHWAY )TS#OURSESFOR(ORSESANDA&AMILY&OUR s'ALLOPTOWARDSTHISUNIQUEANDDISTINCT LIFESTYLEPROPERTYWITHATREMENDOUSSTANDARD OFLIVINGs-ODISHNEWSTYLEFOURBEDDER HOME ACREAGE PERSONALPADDOCKSFORTHE NAGSORALPACASTOBREEDANDBESTOWINCOME s)MPRESSIVELYLARGEBRICKVENEER COLORBOND ROOFRANCHSTYLEADDRESSPROVIDESCONVENIENT DRIVESINTOTHREEMAJOR2IVERLANDTOWNS s/UTSTANDINGRESIDENCETHATCOMPRISESOF KINGSIZELIVINGAREASlTFORAQUEENAND EVENANENTOURAGEs%XECUTIVEHOMEWITHRC DUCTEDAC OPENFORMALCOFFEREDCEILINGDINING ANDLOUNGEAREAWITHLARGEMASTERBEDROOM s!MAZINGROAMINGmOORPLANOFFERINGTHREE ALTERNATELIVINGSPACESEACHWITHNATURAL SCENICOUTLOOKSs#OLORBONDFENCES

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

PRICE REVIEW

$ERRICK3TREET "E.5-"%2/.%ON$ERRICK3TREET s)MPRESSIVEELEVATEDDOUBLEBRICK IRONROOFRESIDENCEINADISCREET SETTINGs4HREETIEREDGARDEN WITHDUALACCESSINAPREMIUM CONVENIENTLOCATIONs!WELLESTABLISHEDHOMEBYAQUALITYRENOWNED BUILDERWITHATTRIBUTEs%XPOSEDTIMBERBEAMSINMOSTROOMS ADDINGCHARACTERANDWARMTHs0LUSHCARPETSUNDERFOOT 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

(ALLIDAY#OURT 2EACHFORTHESTARS s)MMACULATELYCONCEIVEDANDSTUNNINGLY REALISED BEREADYTOFALLINLOVEs%LEVATE YOURSTANDARDOFLIVINGWITHTHISYOUNGBRICK VENEER COLORBONDROOFRESIDENCEs5PTO BEDROOMS BATHROOMSORBEDDERWITH GENEROUSSIZESTUDYs!LLSLEEPINGZONESHAVE BUILT INROBESANDLOVELYWINDOWFURNISHINGS s&ORMALLIVINGPLUSSENSATIONALEXTRAOPEN PLANLIVINGWITHFEATUREWALLSs+ITCHENIS OPEN SPACIOUSANDSUPERFUNCTIONALWITHALL THETREATSEXPECTEDs5NLIMITEDENTERTAINING SPACEWITHFANSANDSHELTERWITHINAPRIVATE BACKYARDs3TRIKINGLYINSTALLEDSOLARHEATED SALTCHLORINATEDIN GROUNDSWIMMINGPOOLWITH COLOREDLIGHTSUNDERWATERs,ANDSCAPEDFULLY RETICULATEDGARDENSFEATURINGGREENGRASSED LAWNSANDORNAMENTALSTANDARDROSES s$UCTEDVACUUMINGs:ONEDDUCTED2#!# 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

3ULTANA3TREET 3ULTANA3TREET 'REATFOR2AISINA&AMILY s&UNCTIONALKITCHENWITHINFORMALFORMALDININGLOUNGEZONES s%ACHSLEEPINGZONEWITHCEILINGFANSCENTRALLYLOCATEDTOBATHROOM LOOs%XTERNALAWNINGSASSISTWITHCLIMATECONTROLPRIVACY s2ECENTLYLANDSCAPED DECORATIVELOWMAINTENANCENATIVEGARDENS 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

"ERRI

"ERRI

'REG#RAM

#/--%2#)!,02%-)3%3/.,9

$ENNY3TREET #UTE3HOPn#RACKER0RICE s,OCATIONSHOULDBETHEMOTIVATIONASITHASACTIVETRAFlCPASSING EVERYDAYOFTHEWEEKISSURROUNDEDBYSUCCESSFULBUSINESSESTHAT ATTRACTGREATCLIENTELEs)TSGLASSFRONTFAÂ ADEALLOWSEXCELLENTVISUAL MERCHANDISEDISPLAYHASATTRACTIVECUTLEADLIGHTFEATURESATTHETOP sSQUAREMETRESOFPOLISHEDTIMBERmOORSALLOWSABLANKCANVAS 0RICE PLUS'34 )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

"ERRI

'REG#RAM

7INKIE

NEW RELEASE

7ALTHAM3TREET /PPORTUNITY!WAITS s4HEREFURBISHEDKITCHENHASNEWBENCHTOPS ELECTRICFREESTANDING OVENWITHRANGEHOODLARGEPANTRYs'LASS&RENCHSLIDINGDOORS OPENOFFTHELARGERECTANGULARLOUNGEONTOTHEDININGAREAs%ACHOF THEBEDROOMSAREWELLSIZED WITHTHEMASTERHAVINGLARGE")2S

0HILLIPS2OAD )TS*UST0RISTINE0RESENTATION s3ETONAGREATSIZEDMALLOTMENTWITHMANICUREDGARDENSFRONT ANDREARs)NSIDETHETILEDENTRY AWELCOMINGFORMALLOUNGEISONTHE LEFTORBEENTICEDTOmOWTHROUGHTOTHESPACIOUSMODERNKITCHEN DININGAREAWHICHTHENLEADSTOTHESECONDFAMILYLIVINGAREA

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ "RONTE-ANUEL

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

3ECTION7INKIE2OAD ,OCATION ,IFESTYLE CHARACTERCHARM s,OCATEDJUSTMINUTESFROM"ERRIINTHEWIDE OPENSPACESOF7INKIEs3ITEDONAACRE PARCEL ALLOWINGYOUTOSPREADYOURWINGS ANDCREATEYOUROWNLIFESTYLEs&LAUNTING ITSCHARACTERTHIS BEDROOMHOMEHAS POLISHEDmOORSROAMINGTHROUGHOUTs4HE MASTERSLEEPINGZONESFEATURESANENSUITE WHILEBEDROOMSAREAGOODSIZE WHILE THEREISALSOATHBEDROOMSUNROOMOR SECONDOFlCEAREAs4HEKITCHENHASLOADS OFmOOROVERHEADCABINETRY NEWSTAINLESS APPLIANCES DISHWASHERBREAKFASTBARWHICH ADJOINSTHEKITCHENTOTHEOPENDININGAREA s#OMBUSTIONHEATINGRCSPLITSYSTEM s/UTSIDEISANUNDERCOVERENTERTAININGAREA HUMONGOUSOUTDOORRUMPUSROOM IN GROUND CONCRETEPOOLATENNISCOURTNEEDING4,# 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ "RONTE-ANUEL

'REG#RAM

"RONTE-ANUEL

-OOROOK

'LOSSOP

6).%9!2$/.,9

,OT/LD3TURT(IGHWAY %LEVATEDACREAGEWITHANEARNEW BEDDERHOME s"RILLIANTANDUNINTERRUPTEDVALLEYVIEWSARE SIGHTEDFROMTHISELEVATEDLOCATIONs1UALITY SQUAREBRICKVENEER COLORBONDROOF RESIDENCESETONJUSTOVERHECTARESs&ULL LENGTHVERANDAHSANDCONCRETEDPATHSWRAP AROUNDTHISWONDERFULFAMILYHOMEs,EADLIGHT ENTRYTHROUGHDOUBLEDOORSONTOFREEmOWING TILEDmOORLIVINGAREASs&IVEBEDROOMS EACH WITHBUILT INROBESnTHEMASTERWITH7)2AND EN SUITEs3TUNNINGTIMBERKITCHENOVERLOOKING PLAYFULFAMILYROOMs&ORMALLOUNGEANDDINING ZONESWITHDECORATIVEDRAPESANDSWAGSs (IGHCOLORBONDFENCESPROVIDEPRIVACYAND SAFETYFORKIDSANDPETSTOPLAYs4HREEWAY CENTRALBATHROOMWITHSPABATHs,ARGELAUNDRY

,OT"ROWN2OAD !DDACREAGE INCREASEURINCOME s,OCATEDATAPOPULARBITUMISEDROADADDRESSsACRESOF #HARDONNAYROOTSTOCKs##72OLLING#ONTRACTsMEG#)47ATER !LLOCATIONs4OTAL5NDERVINE7ATERINGs.EWLYERECTEDX ,OCKABLE)MPLEMENT3HEDs7ALKIN7ALKOUT3ALEWITH0LANTAND %QUIPMENTs9OUBETTERBEQUICKTOSAVEYOURWHINE 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

3ECTION(ARDWICK2OAD 5NDULATINGACREAGEWITHAN%LEVATED,IVING3TYLE s0ERFECTLYPOSITIONEDONTHEOUTSKIRTSOF"ERRIONHECTARESWITH BITUMENROADACCESSs3TUNNING!$+"EECHWOOD+ITCHENWITH GRANITELOOKBENCHTOPSMODERNAPPLIANCESs&OURBEDROOMSWITH POLISHEDmOORSTWOWITHBRUSHEDMETALLOOKFEATUREWALLS s0AVEDFENCEDSOLARHEATEDSWIMMINGPOOLPLUSBONUSSPA 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

"ERRI

"RONTE-ANUEL

'REG#RAM

"ERRI

'REG#RAM

"ERRI

0OWELL3TREET %XCEPTTHEUNEXPECTED s,OCATEDCLOSETO0LAZA 4!&%AND3ENIOR#AMPUSs7ELLPRESENTED BRICKANDTILETHREEBEDDERHOMEs4ILEDmOORSMEANDERTHROUGHOUT TWOLIVINGAREASs%ACHBEDDERHASBUILT INROBES FANSSECURITY SHUTTERSs2ESOURCEFULKITCHENWITHDISHWASHER WALLOVENHOTPLATES s#ARPORTFORTWOPLUSLOCKABLESHEDDINGFOREXTRATWO 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

"ERRI

"ERRI

-ONASH

2OBERT 'RUZLEWSKI 

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

Home opens

AREAGREATWAY TOBUILDYOURDREAMS YOUNEVERKNOWWHAT YOULLlNDIFYOUDONTTAKETHETIME

'REG#RAM

OPEN

3ECTION+INGSTON2OAD 5NRECORDED,UXURY,IVING s-AGNIlCENT0ANORAMICVIEWSOVER7ACHTELS,AGOONs-ANICURED GARDENSANDGROUNDSs-ASTERBEDROOMWITH7)2ANDENSUITE s&UNCTIONAL VERSATILEKITCHENs0AVED MULTIPURPOSEUNDERCOVER ENTERTAININGAREAs3ALTCHLORINATED SOLARHEATEDIN GROUNDPOOL /PEN3ATURDAY-AY  PM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

OPEN 6ISITONEOFOUR/PEN(OMESTHISWEEK


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;¢ 13

"53).%33/.,9

NEW RELEASE

,OXTON

,OXTON

4HYMLESS.URSERYn.OW4HYMETO #HANGE(ANDS s$ISTINCTIVE 5NIQUEAND0ROlTABLE"USINESS ISNOWREGRETFULLY&OR3ALE s3UCCESSFULLY/WNEDAND/PERATEDBY 3ISTERSTHATFULlLLEDA$REAMWITH6ISION s)TNOWAWAITSANEWCHAPTERTOUNFOLDAND RADIATEEXTRAFURTHERPOTENTIAL s!,OCATIONTHATHASEVERPASSINGTRAFlCAREA TO3HOWCASEITS0RODUCTS s!.URSERYTO2ETAIL4HERAPY3HOPFORMOST #LIENTSn)TS'IFTSFOR!NYONEAND%VERYONE s!BLOOMINGGOODPEOPLEBUSINESSWITHIN THE2IVERLANDBEINGVERYADDICTIVEANDVERY CONTAGIOUSs!NYONEWHOHASEXPERIENCED ANDSHOPPEDAT4HYMLESS.URSERYRETURNS BECAUSEOFTHEEVENTs0ERSONALITYCOUPLED WITH3ERVICEAND0RODUCTHASENSUREDTHIS 4HRIVING"USINESSCONTINUESTO3UCCEED 0RICE  3!6 )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

,OXTON

%XCELLENT#OMMERCIAL0REMISES WITH!BUNDANT0ASSING4RAFlC

"OOKPURNONG4ERRACE 0RIZE2EAL%STATEWITHAN!RRAYOF/PTIONS s"UYAND/CCUPYORBETHE,ANDLORDTO,EASEs3OLID)NVESTMENT ANDARAREOFFERINGINTHISPLUMLOCATIONs4HREELARGEBEDROOMSOR OPTIONALOFlCEROOMSs3PACIOUSCENTRALOPENPLANLOUNGE DINING ORSHOWROOMZONEs3HELTEREDCARACCOMMODATIONANDHEAPSROOM FORMOREs,EASETOBUYITSCHOICESFORYOU 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

OPEN

7ODONGA!VENUE 9OUDONT7ODONGAMISSOUTONTHISDO YA s%XTRASURPRISESAREONTHEINSIDEATTHIS CONVENIENTADDRESSs"EIMPRESSEDATTHE AMAZINGUPGRADEDKITCHENINTHENUCLEUS OFTHEHOMEs#HOICESOFnBEDROOMS PERFECTFORTEENAGERSORTHEMOTHER IN ,AW s,OVELYLARGELOUNGEWITHOPTIONALHEATING THROUGHOUTTHEHOMEs$EEPALLOTMENT REAR LANEACCESSWITHPROVISIONFORADDITIONAL SHEDDINGs5NDERCOVEREXTERNALLAUNDRY HASSECONDSHOWEREXTRABEDROOMs%XTRA GAMESROOMFORTEENAGERRETREAT MAYBEA PERFECTGUESTORGYMROOMs!MULTITUDEOF CHOICESFORTHEINVESTOROROWNEROCCUPIED s&ULLLENGTHVERANDAH PERFECTTOSHELTERTHE GATHERINGSORFORENTERTAINING /PEN3UNDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

"USBRIDGE#OURT $ESIGNEDTODELIGHT s3ECURITYSHUTTERSINSTALLEDTOEVERYWINDOWPANEFORPRIVACY CLIMATECONTROLs-ASTERBEDROOMHAS7)2TWOWAYBATHROOM ACTINGASANENSUITEWITHSEPARATEVANITYTOILETs1UALITYCARPETSLAY THROUGHOUTWITHLOVELYWINDOWFURNISHINGSDECORATIVELIGHTING /PEN3UNDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

OPEN

3CHAEFER$RIVE 0ICTURE0ERFECT #ONTEMPORARYLIVING s!NENTERTAINERSDREAM STUNNINGSOLARHEATEDCONCRETEPOOLWITH GASHEATEDSPA WATERFALLANDFRAMELESSGLASSFENCINGs-ASSIVE OUTDOORENTERTAININGAREAs"EAUTIFULCONTEMPORARYBEDROOM HOME ENSUITE $UCTED2#!# /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ $AVE+ANIZAY

,OXTON

,OXTON

$AVE+ANIZAY

$%6%,/0%23!93h35"-)4!,,/&&%23h

OPEN

OPEN

3CHICK3TREET &IRSTHOMEBUYERS TAKENOTE s"RIGHTANDSPACIOUSBRANDNEWFOURBEDROOMHOMEFEATURINGOPEN PLANKITCHENDININGLIVINGAREA KITCHENWITHARAISEDBREAKFASTBARAND 7)0s-ASTER"2WITHENSUITEAND7)2 ")2SINBEDROOMSAND

3CHICK3TREET s&EATURINGLOUNGEATTHEFRONTOFTHEHOMEANDANOPENPLANFAMILY KITCHENDININGAREAATTHEREARs,OVELYDECKEDALFRESCOAREA ENSUITEANDROBESINTHREEOFTHEFOURBEDROOMSs&ENCED.ORTH FACINGREARYARD

/PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ $AVE+ANIZAY

/PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ $AVE+ANIZAY

$AVE+ANIZAY

$AVE+ANIZAY

,OXTON

OPEN

0ARUNA2OAD 4IC4OCGOESTHECLOCK 4HISONEMUSTBE3/,$ s!LLSLEEPINGZONESAREAGREATSIZEWHILETHEMASTERFEATURESA 7)2AmOORWALLTILEDENSUITEWHICHBOASTSASHOWERALCOVE TOILET VANITYs4HEMASTERBATHROOMISCENTRALLYLOCATEDTOSLEEPINGZONES  ISACONVENIENTWAYDESIGNWITHmOORWALLTILES SHOWER ALCOVEBATHs4HEXFTCONCRETEPOWEREDSHED /PEN3UNDAY-AY nPM 0RICE )NTERNET)$ "RONTE-ANUEL

OPEN

+LINGBERG3TREET ,OVE4HE(OUSE 'ARDENAND,IFESTYLE s4HEFORMALDININGANDSECONDLOUNGEAREAMERGETOGETHERTOFORM h,vSHAPEDLIVINGs4HEKITCHENFEATURESmOORANDOVERHEADCABINETRY GASCOOKINGAPPLIANCES DISHWASHERANDBREAKFASTBARs%ACHOFTHE THREESLEEPINGZONESAREAGREATSIZE WHILETHEMASTERHASA7)2 /PEN3UNDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ "RONTE-ANUEL

"RONTE-ANUEL

$AVE+ANIZAY

$AVE+ANIZAY

,OT2ATTEY2OAD 6ALUEPACKEDANDPERFECTLYPRESENTED s!TASTEFULLYRENOVATEDANDSPACIOUSBEDROOMHOMEsM ALLOTMENTWITHGARDENSWHICHARESIMPLYSTUNNING ARURALOASISONLY MINUTESFROMTOWNs&EATURINGAFRESHCOATOFPAINTPOLISHEDTIMBER mOORS!#+ITCHENWITHMASSIVEPANTRY STYLISHNEWCUPBOARDDOORS ANDADISHWASHERFULLLENGTH")2SINBEDROOMANDCEILINGFANS /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE )NTERNET)$ $AVE+ANIZAY

$%6%,/0%23!93h35"-)4!,,/&&%23h

OPEN

4OBRUK4ERRACE !UNIQUESLICEOF,OXTONSHISTORY s"UILTIN SUBSTANTIALCORNERALLOTMENTOFMCOULDBE SUBDIVIDED34#! INTOALLOTMENTSWHILERETAININGALARGEALLOTMENT WITHTHEMAINPROPERTYs6ERANDAHSTOTHREESIDES LARGEBEDROOMS /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE n  )NTERNET)$ $AVE+ANIZAY

OPEN

,OXTON

,OXTON

,OXTON

$AVE+ANIZAY

'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

,OXTON

#ROCKER#RESCENT 3TYLISHANDSPACIOUSFAMILYHOME s,OVELYBEDROOMHOMEPERFECTLYLOCATEDWITHINWALKINGDISTANCETO THETOWNCENTREs")2STOALLBEDROOMS MAINWITH7)2ANDDIRECT ACCESSTOWAYBATHROOMs"EAUTIFUL"LACKWOODSOLIDTIMBEREATIN KITCHEN FORMALLOUNGEANDFAMILYROOM /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nAM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ $AVE+ANIZAY

OPEN

,OXTON

A&OURTH3TREET 3PARKLING )NDULGENT2EAL6OGUE,IVING s%XPANSIVE!RCHITECTURAL&LOOR0LANWITH #ASUAL,IVING&ORMAL:ONESs#REATIVE USEOFLANDSPACEWITH,ANEWAYACCESSTO 2EAR9ARD3HEDDINGs$ESIGNER+ITCHEN WITHIMPORTED!%'3TAINLESS3TEEL'ERMAN !PPLIANCESs:ONE$UCTED2EVERSE#YCLE #OOLING(EATING FORYEARROUNDCOMFORT s$UTCH'ABLED/UTDOOR,IVINGWITH&LUORO ,IGHTING #EILING&AN0OWERsX #OLOURBOND3HEDDING WITH#ONCRETE&LOOR &LUORO,IGHTING0OWERs,UXURIOUS'AS ,OG&IREWITHINTHE&ORMAL,OUNGE FORTHOSE SPECIALOCCASIONSs0RIVACY3ECURITYWITH 2EMOTE#ONTROL2OLLER3HUTTERS #USTOM 'ATING&ENCINGs,ANDSCAPED'ARDENSWITH 3TRUCTURED0AVING 3ANDSTONE'ARDEN"EDS 7ATER!UTOMATIONsX LITRE274

,OXTON

"RONTE-ANUEL

,OXTON

%8#%,,%.4).$5342)!,02%-)3%3

$)24#(%!0

7ODONGA!VENUE ,ETTING/UTOR3TARTING/UT s,OCATEDONADEEPMALLOTMENTINTHE(EARTOF,OXTON s#UTELITTLEBEDROOMWITHUPDATEDKITCHENANDBATHROOM s#URRENTLYTENANTEDWITHASTRONGRETURNOFPW s1UALITYBAYCONCRETE POWEREDSHEDWITHREARACCESSFROMLANE /PEN3UNDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ "RONTE-ANUEL

3CHAEFER$RIVE )MAGINETHE$IFFERENCEYOUR,IFECOULDBE s-ASTERBEDROOMISDESIGNEDWITHLARGEDRESSINGROOMANDPRIVATE SPACIOUSEN SUITEs4WOOTHERBEDROOMSHAVEBUILT INROBESANDARE CENTRALTOBATHROOMANDTOILETs$ELIGHTFULKITCHENHASALLTHEMODERN APPLIANCESWITHmOORANDOVERHEADCUPBOARDSPLUS7)0 /PEN3UNDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

,OT#ASHMORE!VENUE 3PENDYOUR#!3(-/2%WISELYONTHIS!VENUE s(IGHROOFMETREXMETRECOLORBONDSHOWROOMAND SHEDDINGs3ETONASQUAREMETREINDUSTRIALALLOTMENT s(ALOGENLIGHTINGINTHEINDUSTRIALSECTIONWITH%VAPORATIVE!# sMETREWALLHEIGHTANDABOVE AFURTHERMETREPITCHEDROOF sLARGESLIDINGDOORSONTHESIDEWITHLARGEATTHEREAR 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

"RONTE-ANUEL

'REG#RAM 0RINCIPAL 

UNDER CONTRACT

OPEN

OPEN

$AVE+ANIZAY 3ALES #ONSULTANT 

OPEN

,OXTON

'REG#RAM

,OXTON

NEW RELEASE

'REG#RAM

,OXTON

,OXTON

NEW RELEASE

2,!

We dont just meet your expectations, we exceed them

#ARY(OCKING 3ALES #ONSULTANT 

7ODONGA!VENUE 2OCKSOLIDINVESTMENTINANEXCELLENTLOCATION s4HREEBEDROOMSTONEHOMESITUATEDINAQUIETSOUGHTAFTERAREA s%ATINKITCHENWITHWOODSTOVE ELECTRICSTOVE 2#!#ANDISLAND BENCH SOLIDINTERNALWALLS HIGHCEILINGS CEILINGFANS s,ARGEMALLOTMENTWITHREARLANEACCESS ENTERTAININGAREA CARPORT SECONDOUTSIDETOILET 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ $AVE+ANIZAY

'REG#RAM

"RONTE-ANUEL 3ALES #ONSULTANT 

$AVE+ANIZAY

3HARON 0OWARDY 3ALES !DMINISTRATOR

:OE (UNTER 3ALES !DMINISTRATOR


"ERRI $ENNY3TREET  ,OVEDAY

NEW RELEASE

&ORWARD!VENUE #OMEON&ORWARDAND,OOKATTHIS/NE s%ITHERWALKORTROTTOTHIS,OVEDAYSPOT BECAUSEITWILLBEPERFECTFORTHEBUDGET BEATERWHOREQUIREWIDEOPENSPACETOGROW FREE RANGECHICKENS PONIESANDEVENCHILDREN s!GREATSTARTFORTHElRSTHOMEBUYER AN OUTERTOWNRETIREERETREATORPOSSIBLYAHOLIDAY HAVENFORTHECITYSLICKERs/NTHEINSIDEIS ACLASSICALINTERIOROFWARMTHANDCHARACTER WITHINEACHROOMs4HENEARNEWROOFALSO SHELTERSCHOSENPERGOLAAREASFORCARSHELTER ORENTERTAININGAREASs/FFERINGTHREECARPETED BEDROOMS THEMASTERHASANADJACENT ROOMTHATCANBETHEFOURTHBEDDER NURSERY ORSTUDY9OUMAYEVENCONVERTITINTOA GENEROUSSIZEDENSUITEANDWALKINROBE s,ARGEOPENKITCHENHASDINETTEWHICHIS LARGEENOUGHTOPOSITIONTHESEATDINER

,OXTON %AST4ERRACE 

NEW RELEASE

7AIKERIE -C#OY3TREET 

"53).%33/.,9

"ARMERA #OBBY/+-ARTAND2EMOVALS s&ANTASTICOPPORTUNITYTOPURCHASEA BRILLIANTTWO FOLDBUSINESSs!NTIQUES .EW 3ECONDHAND&URNITURE &LOOR2UGS "RIC A "RACANDOHSOMUCHMORE s%VERYTHINGYOUCOULDTHINKOFISPROBABLYAT THE#OBBY/+-ARTs0UTYOUREXITGRANTINTO APROlTABLEPROVENBUSINESSVENTURE s4WOREMOVALTRUCKSBOTHLOCALINTRASTATE FORPURCHASEDELIVERIESORREMOVALS s%XCELLENTTERMSANDmEXIBLEPREMISELEASE FORSECURITYANDTOGROWFURTHERYOURSTOCK LEVELSs0RICEINCLUDESALL0LANT %QUIPMENT 3TOCKnGREATTOGETYOUSTARTED s3HOWINGGOODRETURNSANDEXCELLENT POTENTIALTOEXTENDPRODUCTLINES s(IGHWAYLOCATIONWHICHATTRACTSBOTHLOCALS ANDPASSINGTRAFlC

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

0RICE 7ALKIN 7ALKOUT 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

NEW RELEASE

#/--%2#)!,3(%$$).'

#OBDOGLA 3HUEARD3TREET 'REAT3HEDDINGAWAITINGA4RADE s3ETONMWITH!BUNDANT#OMMERCIAL 3HEDDINGOFFERING%NDLESS0OTENTIAL sX)RONSHEDWITHDOUBLEGABLEROOF METREBITUMENFRONTAGE s&ORMALLYAN!NTIQUEAND3ECONDHAND $EALER"USINESSBEFORERELOCATING s0RIMELOCATIONINTHEHEARTOFTHEHISTORIC TOWNSHIPOF#OBDOGLA s5N INTERRUPTEDFRONTAGEWITHDUALACCESS BOTHFRONTANDREAR s2E DEVELOPINTOSTORAGESHEDSTOSUIT DEMANDORCREATEABUSINESS s3INGLEPHASE CONCRETEmOORWITHROLLERDOOR ENTRYANDPERSONALACCESSDOORS s$ONTSTRESSWITHTHEINTERNALMESSnTHATWILL ALLBEGONEBYSETTLEMENT

'REG#RAM

NEW RELEASE

02%-)5-,!.$/.,9

"ARMERA !NDERSON4ERRACE ,AND!"ARGAIN s0UTBRICKSANDMORTARONTHISBLANKCANVAS ANDGETYOURPLANSINTOABUILDERTOLIVE YOURDREAMs#ONSTRUCTIONREPORTALREADY COMPLETEDBYPROPOSEDBUILDERFORCURRENT OWNERSOSAVEONTHOSEINITIALCOSTS s!TONEOF"ARMERASNEWESTESTATES THIS PARCELOFLANDAWAITSPOSSESSIONRIGHTNOW s.OTIMEFRAMEONWHENTOBUILDSOMAYBEIT COULDBEANINVESTMENTFORTHEFUTURE s"UILDNOWANDYOUCANSTILLTAKEADVANTAGE OFTHE&IRST(OME/WNERS'RANTsSQUARE METRESOFVIRGINEARTHALLOWINGYOUTOBETHE MASTEROFDESIGN STYLEANDSOPHISTICATION WITHIMPRESSIVEANDINNOVATIVEIDEASTOSTAND OUTFROMTHERESTsMETREFRONTAGEWITH 0OWERAND3!7ATER3ERVICECONNECTIONSTO THEALLOTMENT 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

"ARMERA

"ARMERA

NEW RELEASE

,OT7ILLS#OURT 'ET$RESSEDTO)MPRESSAT4HIS!DDRESS s%NHANCETHETRUEESSENCEOFQUALITYCOUNTRY LIVINGATTHISTIGHTLYHELDPRESTIGIOUSESTATE LOCATIONs!MPREMIUMALLOTMENTATAN IMPRESSIVECUL DE SACADDRESSs!NIDEALLY PLACEDPARCELOFFERINGTHEPERFECTCOMBINATION OFSPACIOUSCOUNTRYLIFESTYLEINTERTOWN CONVENIENCEs$ONOTMISSTHEOPPORTUNITY TOPURCHASEFULlLLTHEVISIONTOBUILDYOUR DREAMRESIDENCEs"UILDASINGLESTORYOR TWO FROMA6ILLATOA-ANSIONnTHEBUILDING CHOICEISYOURSs(OMEAND,AND0ACKAGES AREAVAILABLEFORTHEASTUTEINVESTORs*USTDIRT CHEAPFORTHENEXTOWNERWHOWISHESFULlLLA DREAMs"EYONDPOSSIBILITIESANDJUSTPRIME LANDs$REAMIT ,OVEIT ,IVEITAND"UILDIT

6%.$/23%842%-%,9+%%.4/3%,,

OPEN

3ECTION3TURT(IGHWAY "EPARTOFTHEHISTORY s#REATEALIFESTYLEWITHTHEMOFVACANTLAND NATIVETREESAND SHRUBSs3LEEPINGZONESAREENORMOUSINSIZEWITHBEDROOM HAVINGANOLDWORLDMANTLEANDlREBENEATHWHILEBEDROOMISSETAT THEREAROFTHEHOMEs7ELLAPPOINTEDKITCHENWITHGENEROUSDINETTE

"ARMERA

"ARMERA

&ARMER3TREET ,IFESABEACHATTHISADDRESS s'REATlRSTHOMESTARTFORTHOSEYOUNGATHEARTs#OULDBEANIDEAL DOWNSIZERESIDENCEFORTHERETIREESs&RESHLYUPGRADEDFEATURESBOTH INSIDEANDOUTsBEDROOMS THEMASTERWITHBUILT INROBESs4IMBER mOORSINALLBEDDERSANDLIVINGZONESs"ATHROOMHASSEPARATEBATH ANDSHOWERALCOVEVANITYs#ONVENIENTLOCATIONWITHPARKOUTLOOK 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

OPEN

#OCKSEDGE2OAD .O4IMEFOR(ESITATION s)MPRESSIONABLETWOBEDDERlRSTHOMESTARTORAGREATHOLIDAY DESTINATIONs*USTAHOP SKIPJUMPTOTHEFORESHORESOFBEAUTIFUL ,AKE"ONNEYs$UALDRIVEWAYUNDERTHEFULLLENGTHCARPORTWHICH SHELTERSTHEHOMEs.EW3PLIT3YSTEM!#INSTALLED MODERNKITCHEN /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

"ARMERA

OPEN

OPEN

"ARMERA

,AFFER3TREET /LDE7ORLD#HARM&ROM9ESTERYEAR s&IVE2#!#UNITSHAVEBEENRECENTLYINSTALLEDINTOEACHBEDROOM LIVINGAREAWHICHWILLKEEPTHEHIGHLOFTYROOMSEXTRACOOLORCOSY WARMINTHEWINTERMONTHSs4HECENTRALMASTERBEDROOMHASWALK INROBEWITHENSUITEWHILSTTHEMAINSHOWERTOILETISOFFTHELAUNDRY /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nAM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

"RONTE-ANUEL

'REG#RAM

1UEEN%LIZABETH$RIVE 3HANGRI LAMEANS0ERFECT(OLIDAY%SCAPE s!BRICKHOMEOPENPLANLIVINGWILLBEENJOYEDWITHIN ALONGWITH SUPERBVIEWSs$UALDRIVEACCESSWITHPAVEDAREASANDNEWSEPTIC TANKs#ONVENIENTTILEDBATHROOM LAUNDRYANDLOOALLINONE s#ARPORTOR%NTERTAININGAREAnDIVERTORCONVERT ITSUPTOYOU /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

"ARMERA

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ "RONTE-ANUEL

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

"ARMERA

2,!

14 â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010

,OT%NGLISH2OAD %XTREMEMAKEOVERWITHADDEDPERSONALITY s4OTALLYRENOVATEDCOUNTRYLIFESTYLEPROPERTYHASHADTHEEXTREME MAKEOVERANDNOWTHEONLYTHINGTOADDARETHENEWOWNERSAND THEIRCHATTELSs0OSSESSESPERSONALITYWITHNEWROOMS NEWKITCHEN NEWCARPETS NEWBUILT INSANDNEWWINDOWFURNISHINGS /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

!"1UEEN%LIZABETH$RIVE -YRADARDETECTSADOLLARWISEINVESTMENT s4HERADARSHOULDDETECTALLTHEASTUTEINVESTORSTHATWANTMORE INCOMEWITHTHISBRILLIANTPAIROFTWOBEDROOMDWELLINGSCURRENTLY TENANTEDANDRETURNINGPWs4WOPORTABLEDWELLINGSONONETITLE AREASKIPTO,AKE"ONNEY THELOCATIONISSUPERBs/NEDWELLINGHAS BOTHBEDROOMSWITHBUILT INROBESAIR CONDITIONINGTOEACHBEDROOM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

'REG#RAM

"ARMERA

"ARMERA

.OOKAMKA4ERRACE !STANDINGOVATIONFORTHISLOCATION s#LASSICAND#HARMINGDOUBLEBRICKTILEDROOFHOMEONLARGECORNER ALLOTMENTs)MPOSINGLYPOSITIONEDSLIGHTLYELEVATEDTOCAPTURE BEAUTIFULVIEWSOF,AKE"ONNEYs%XTRALARGECENTRALBATHROOMWITH BATH SHOWERNICHEANDQUALITYTAPWAREACCESSORIES /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

,AFFER3TREET )NDULGEINA#OUNTRY$REAM s%STABLISHEDIN ADOUBLEBRICKSTYLISH CLASSYRESIDENTIALHOMEOFSQs!BRILLIANT LOCATIONATTHETURNOF,AFFER3TREETWITHDI VERSEVIEWSOFTHELAKEs,OCATEDONADOUBLE ALLOTMENTWITHDUALACCESSSHEDDINGs )DEALLYSUITSTHEPROFESSIONAL BUSYEXECUTIVES ORACTIVERETIREESs5PTOBEDROOMSFACING NORTH TWOBATHROOMSANDELABORATELIVING DININGZONESs,ARGESASHWINDOWPANESAB SORBVIEWSOFTHEGORGEOUSTERRACEDGARDENS TENNISCOURTs"LACKWHITECHEQUERED mOORTILESINTHEGASCOOKINGTIMBERKITCHEN WITHMARBLEBENCHTOPSs4HECRYSTALBLUE TILEDSWIMMINGPOOLHASSUPERVISEDPLAYFROM THEEXPANSIVEDECKINGs5NDERmOORVENTED REVERSECYCLEAIR CONDITIONINGTHROUGHOUTTHE HOMEs#URRENTOWNERRELOCATINGINTERSTATE 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

OPEN

'REG#RAM

7EREPARTICIPATINGINTHE2ELAY&OR,IFE)FYOULISTAND SELLYOURHOMEWITH2AY7HITEBETWEEN.OVEMBER  AND3EPTEMBER 2AY7HITEWILLDONATE FROMTHESETTLEMENTOFTHATPROPERTY

'REG#RAM

Help us help them

TOlNDACUREFOR#ANCERANDSAVE THELIFEOFAFRIENDORLOVEDONE


Thursday May 20, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 15

"ARMERA

,UXURY,IVING)N%VERY7AY

3UNLANDS

"RUCE2OAD )TS-AGNETICANDA'REAT3TEAL s!NENCHANTINGRESIDENCETHATWILLFULLYIM PRESSFROMENTRYTOENTERTAININGs%XEMPLIFYING ALLTHERIGHTELEMENTSTOSETABENCHMARKIN LUXURYHOMEDESIGNs$IRECTACCESSSPEC TACULARVIEWSOVERTHEFAIRWAYOFPICTURESQUE "ARMERA'OLF#LUBs#ONTRIBUTINGALLTHElNER QUALITIESINRESIDENTIALLIVINGWITHANENVIABLE LIFESTYLEs4ASTEFULLYDESIGNEDKITCHENWITH CREAMCABINETRYDUALDRAWERDISHWASHER s-ASTERSUITEHAS")2SANDTWOWAY BATHROOMACTINGASEN SUITEs3OLIDTIMBER mOORSOFIMPRESSIVEKNOTTED4ASMANIAN #YPRESS0INETIMBERmOORSINTOALLLIVINGZONES s3PARKLINGCRYSTALBLUEIN GROUNDPOOLnSOLAR HEATEDANDFULLYAUTOMATEDCLEANINGs&AN TASTIC%NTERTAININGAREAWITHPRIVACYANDSPACE TOENJOY&UNOR3OLITUDEs-ORETHANAHOME 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

0ELICAN0OINT

NEW RELEASE

2EID2OAD 3TRESS,ESS s3ETINAQUIETCUL DE SACONLYASHORTWALKTOTHE'OLF#OURSE s4HREESLEEPINGZONES MAINWITHBUILTINROBESs4HEKITCHENISFRESH ANDNEWWITHPLENTYOFBENCHSPACEANDMODERNAPPLIANCESs0LENTY OFUNCOVERPARKINGs#ALLTODAYFORYOURPRIVATEINSPECTION 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ #ARY(OCKING

7AIKERIE

,!34/0%."%&/2%!5#4)/.

OPEN

,OT0ELICAN0OINT 2EST!SSURED s%ASTFACINGHOMEOFFERINGSHADEFORAFTERNOONWATERACTIVITIES s3UNSETSREmECTINGOFFTHECLIFFFACEPROVIDINGASYMPHONYOFLIGHTAND SHADEASTHESUNSETSBEHINDYOUHERALDINGTHEMOONSRISEASDAY TURNSTONIGHTs,AWNTOTHEWATERSEDGE /PEN3ATURDAY-AY nPM 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ #ARY(OCKING

#ARY(OCKING

'REG#RAM

7AIKERIE

2,!

We dont just meet your expectations, we exceed them

#ARY(OCKING

7AIKERIE

7AIKERIE

-ILLER3TREET 5P#LOSE!ND0ERSONAL sBEDROOMMAINWITHBUILTINROBESs0LENTYOFPARKINGs1UIET FRIENDLYSTREETs#LOSETOMEDICALCENTREANDHOSPITALFACILITIES s,ARGESECUREBACKYARDs0LENTYOFLOCKABLESHEDDINGs,ARGE FAMILYROOMGAMESROOMTEENAGERETREATs0OLISHEDPINEmOORING s3LOWCOMBUSTIONHEATING 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ #ARY(OCKING

,AWRIE4ERRACE )VEGOTASECRET)NSPECTMEAND)WILLTELL s4HREEBEDROOMSCARPETEDANDWINDOWlTTINGSs'REATENTERTAINING PATIOAREAATTHESIDEOFTHEHOMEs3EPARATEBUNGALOWGAMESROOM LARGEENOUGHTOCATERFORALARGEPARTYORSLEEPPLENTYOFGUESTS s/VERLOOKSTHERECREATIONALOVALS SPORTSCENTREANDCRICKETPITCH

"53).%33/.,9

OPEN

%DWARDS#RESCENT 'ENUINE,OWRESERVEn0ROPERTYMUST3%,, s!BEAUTIFULBEDROOMBRICKVENEERHOMEWITHDOUBLECARPORTSET ONALARGEMALLOTMENTWITHEXTRAWIDEFRONTAGEANDSUPERBLY LOCATEDINAQUIETCUL DE SACs&EATURINGLARGEOPENPLANLIVING SLOW COMBUSTIONHEATERANDDUCTEDAIR CONDITIONING /PEN&RIDAY-AY nPM !UCTION&RIDAY-AY AMn/NSITE )NTERNET)$ $AVE+ANIZAY

#AFÏON-C#OY !HOY ITS#AFÏON-C#OY s4HISEVERPOPULAR#AFÏWILLBEPERFECTLYSUITEDFORANOWNEROPERATOR ORTOBUYANDLEASEOUTs"EYOUROWNBOSSREAPTHEREWARDING INCOMEFROMTHISQUALITYBUSINESSRENOWNEDFORITSFANTASTICFOOD s)DEALLYITWOULDSUITAFAMILYTHATWOULDHAVECOMMITTEDSIBLINGS TOBECOMEWAGEEARNERSORCONTINUETOEMPLOYTHECURRENTSTAFF 0RICE PLUS3!6 )NTERNET)$ 'REG#RAM

$AVE+ANIZAY

'REG#RAM

7AIKERIE

7AIKERIE

0RICE  )NTERNET)$ #ARY(OCKING

#ARY(OCKING

#ADELL

#ARY(OCKING

,OXTON

PRICE REVIEW

4HOMPSON3TREET 2OCK3OLID,OCATION s,OCATEDCLOSETOTHECENTREOFTHETOWNALLTHEFACILITIESAREWITHINA SHORTSTROLLs5PONENTRY YOUAREGREETEDBYTIMBERmOORBOARDSAND THEROOMHASBEENPAINTEDINSTRONGHERITAGECOLOURSs4HETWOMAIN SLEEPINGAREASARECARPETEDANDHAVESPLITSYSTEMAIRCONDITIONING s4HEREISAGOODSIZEDSHEDPOSITIONEDATTHEREAROFTHEYARD 0RICE  )NTERNET #ARY(OCKING

4HOMPSON3TREET 3TONE#OTTAGE s3TONEHOMECIRCASsBEDROOMPLUSSLEEPOUTCRAFTROOM OFlCEs,ARGEKITCHENDININGROOMs7IDEFRONTVERANDAANDACCESS s#LOSETOPRIMARYSCHOOLs7ALKTOTOWNs(UGELOCKUPSHEDDING s3MALLSTONESHEDs2EARVERANDAHINGARDENSETTING 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ #ARY(OCKING

SOLD

,OT-ACKINTOSH2OAD ,OVINGLY2ESTORED!CRES s4HISSOLIDSTONEHOME LOVINGLYRENOVATEDANDEXTENDEDOVERTHE YEARS HASBEENRE ROOFEDANDALLTHEWIRINGREPLACEDs4HEOPENPLAN KITCHENSERVESTHEDININGANDFAMILYROOMS ANDALARGETIMBERFRAMED DOORLEADSTOTHEFERNERYFORALFRESCOLUNCHESs4WOMAINSLEEPING ZONESANDINTHEBATHROOMISAFULLYRESTOREDCASTIRONCLAWFOOTBATH 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ #ARY(OCKING

#ARY(OCKING

#ARY(OCKING

#ORAL3TREET "ARGAIN"UY s&ANTASTIClRSTHOMEORDOLLARWISEINVESTMENTs3OLID"EDROOM FREESTANDINGHOMEs3ITUATEDONAHUGEMLOWMAINTENANCE ALLOTMENTWITHREARLANEACCESSs0OLISHEDmOORBOARDSROAM THROUGHOUTTHEWALKINGANDLIVINGAREASs5PDATEDKITCHENISHOME TOAGENEROUSDINETTEs4HELOUNGEISLARGEWITHINWALLAIRCONDITIONER 0RICE  )NTERNET)$ "RONTE-ANUEL

#ARY(OCKING

"RONTE-ANUEL

0HONE

2ENTALS ,OXTON0HONE 4HIRD3TREET

"ERRI0HONE



!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

2OBERTSON!VENUE

!VAILABLE %ARLY*UNE

PW







.EG

4HIELE!VENUE

!VAILABLE %ND*UNE

PW







.EG

#ORAL3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.EG

+INGSTONON-URRAY0H &ARLEY2OAD

!VAILABLE.OW

A0OPE3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

 .%702)#%

PW PW

7AIKERIE0HONE







.EG







.EG



-ARY3TARR$RIVE

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

#ADELL6ALLEY2OAD

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.EG

-C#OY3TREET

!VAILABLE3OON

PW







.O

,AWRIE4ERRACE

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

3UNLANDS0HONE (ARTWIG2OAD

3UE$OLLING /FlCE -ANAGER



!VAILABLE3OON

PW

+YLIE /3HAUGHNESSY 3ALES !DMINISTRATOR







.O

3HANE -C+AY 0ROPERTY -ANAGER 



*ARVIS3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

"*ARVIS3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

+AY!VENUE







.O

PW







.O

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.EG

0OWELL3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

2IVERVIEW$RIVE

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

$ERRICK3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

A/-ALLEY3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

/LD3TURT(IGHWAY

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

0OWELL3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

+AY!VENUE

!VAILABLE3OON

PW







.O

"ARMERA0HONE

PW .%702)#%



(AGUE3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.EG

$ICKERSON3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.EG

,AFFER3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

(OFFMANN2OAD

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.EG

(AWDON3TREET

!VAILABLE.OW

PW







.O

+AY*EFFREE 0ROPERTY -ANAGEMENT !DMINISTRATOR 

,AUREN (EIDRICH 0ROPERTY -ANAGER 

+ELLY 3CHOLElELD 0ROPERTY -ANAGER 


16 â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010

2ENMARK!VE 2ENMARK 0HONE .%702)#%

2%./6!4%$(/-% .%702)#% HUGEBEDROOMSPLUSSTUDY MASTERWITHBALCONY ,OUNGEWITHTIMBERFEATURES COMBHEATER FAMILYROOM 0RIVATECOURTYARDWITHSHADESAILFOROUTDOORLIVING  BAYSHEDWITHPITPLUSBAYGARAGE 0RICE    /0%. 6IEW3ATURDAYAMnAM #ONTACT*O,LOYD

7%)'!,,2/!$ %8'/6%2.-%.42/!$

-/$%2.(/-%/.!#2%3

%8#%04)/.!,252!,0!#+!'%

6%29!&&/2$!",%(/-%

4HREEBEDROOMSALLWITHBUILTINROBES SEPARATELIVINGAREAS $UCTEDAIRCONDITIONING LARGESHEDS 0RICE  6IEW3ATURDAYAMnAM #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

!SNEWKITCHEN MODERNBATHROOM BEDROOMS LOUNGEANDFAMILYROOMS (UGESHEDPLUSCARPORT 2ENMARK.ORTH3CHOOLZONE 0RICE  6IEW3ATURDAYAMnAM #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

&RESHLYPAINTEDINSIDEOUT BEDROOMS 3PACIOUSLIVINGAREAS 'OODAREA CLOSETOSCHOOLS 0RICE  6IEW3ATURDAYAMnAM #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

/0%.

#.2"2%7!22).!4(342%%43

.EWKITCHENANDBATHROOM /PENLIVINGAREA BEDROOMS STUDY %NCLOSEDREARVERANDAH LARGEALLOTMENT $OUBLECARPORTPLUSGARAGE 0RICE  /0%. 6IEW3ATURDAYAMnAM #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

)-02%33)6%252!,,)6).'

*USTOVERTHREEQUARTERSOFANACRE 7ELLESTABLISHEDEASY CAREGARDENS  GALLONSOFRAINWATERSTORAGE !HOMETOBEPROUDOF .%70RICE  6IEW3ATURDAYPMnPM #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

"RICKVENEERHOMEONM BEDROOMSWITH")2 LIVINGAREAS $OUBLECARPORTPLUSDOUBLEGARAGE #OMBHEATING DUCTED!# GABLEROOFPERGOLA 0RICE  6IEW3ATURDAYAMnNOON #ONTACT-ARK#RESP /0%.

47%.493)84(342%%4

15!,)49252!,,)6).'

350%2)/215!,)49(/-%

02)6!#9 30!#%15!,)49

*USTOVERTWOYEARSOLD &IVEBEDROOMS THREELIVINGAREAS 0OLISHEDTIMBERmOORS DUCTEDRCAC 7ALK INROBESTOFOURBEDROOMS 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

3TUNNINGFOURBEDROOM TWOBATHROOMHOME &ORMALLOUNGE HOMETHEATRE FAMILYROOM STUDY (UGESHEDWITHOFlCES WORKSHOP STORAGEAREAS 5NDERmOORHEATING DUCTEDREVERSECYCLEAIRCON 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

0)#452%0%2&%#4

2)6%2&2/.4,)&%349,%

)MMACULATELYPRESENTEDHOME 4HREEBEDROOMS 7)2TOMAIN !S NEWKITCHEN SPACIOUSLOUNGE 0ERGOLA CARPORT SHEDGOODFENCING 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT*O,LOYD

3KI lSH ""1ONTHERIVERFRONT MOORYOURHOUSEBOAT /VERACRESWITHVERYAPPEALINGHOME 2IVER-URRAYFRONTAGEONLYMINUTESFROMTOWN !MPLESHEDS IMPLEMENTS PRIVATEWATERLICENSE 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

7!,+4/3(/033#(//,3

9/52.%7(/-%)32%!$9

"2!.$.%7$)30,!9(/-%

4HREEBEDROOMS -ODERNSTYLEKITCHENBATHROOM 2EVERSECYCLEAIRCONDITIONINGGASHEATING 2EARTIMBERDECK GARAGECARPORT 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

&OURBEDROOMHOMECOMPLETEDIN3EPT $REAMKITCHEN SPACIOUSLIVINGAREAS (UGEALL WEATHEROUTDOORLIVINGAREA $OUBLEGARAGE5-2 NICEGARDENS GOODFENCING 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

BEDROOMS ENSUITEAND7)2TOMASTER &ORMALLOUNGEANDLARGEOPENFAMILYAREA $UCTEDRCAIRCOND DOUBLEGARAGE5-2 ,ARGEYARDWITHACCESSFROMTWOSTREETS .%70RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

!RUMPO3TREETM   -ALCOLM#OURTM   -EAD#OURTM   -EAD#OURTM   %CKERMANN#LOSEM   #HINO3TREETM   

/RCHARD$RIVEM      "ELAH3TREET/VERM  

&/52"%$2//-3n'2%!402)#% MIN2ENMARK.ORTH FENCEDYARD 3PACIOUSLIVINGAREAWITHNEWPAINTWORKCARPET 3PLITSYSTEMAIRCONDITIONING COMPACTKITCHEN /LDERSHEDDING REARVERANDAH 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

350%2)/27!4%2&2/.4,)6).' (UGEFOURBEDROOMHOMEIN*ANE%LIZA ,OUNGE FAMILYANDGAMESROOMS 4HREECARGARAGE5-2nROOMFORTHEBOAT 3PACIOUSOUTDOORLIVINGOVERLOOKS.ARDOO,AGOON 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

/0%.

#5#5-5.'!342%%4 *534/6%22/5.$!"/54/.,%&4

BEDROOMSOR STUDY 4WOLIVINGAREAS EVAPORATIVEAIRCON .ICEGARDENS SHADYVERANDAHS 'REATSHEDPLUSDOUBLECARPORT 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

)--!#5,!4%02%3%.4!4)/.

+522!*/.'!6%.5%

#OMPLETEDIN.OVEMBER &OURBEDROOMSALLWITHBUILT INROBES LARGE ENSUITETOMAIN ,OUNGE FAMILYANDGAMESROOMS 3TYLISHKITCHENWITHFEATUREGLASSSPLASHBACK (UGEUNDERCOVEROUTDOORLIVINGAREA FOOTCOLOURBONDSHEDPLUSDOUBLEGARAGE

4/"25+!6%.5%

7ELLCAREDFORBEDROOMBRICKVENEERHOME 4WOSEPLIVINGAREASPLUSDETACHEDGAMESROOM %XCELLENTOUTDOORLIVINGAREAS BAYSHEDPLUSLARGEOPENFRONTSHED 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

#.22!,2!,!6%7%)'!,,2/!$

/0%.

%8#%04)/.!,15!,)4934%%,&2!-%$(/-%

.%702)#%

0%2&%#4&/24(%9/5.'&!-),9

/0%.

0ALM#OURTM   4ARCOOLA3TREETM   "LUE3KIES%STATE,OTSAVAILABLE  TO  0ANORAMA#OURT,OTSAVAILABLE  TO 

252!,,)6).'!4)43"%34 3PACIOUSBEDROOMBRICKVENEERHOME !SNEWKITCHEN NEWTILESTOBATHROOMLAUNDRY (UGEGABLEROOFPERGOLAOUTDOORKITCHEN 'ARAGE5-2PLUSLARGESHED 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

0%2&%#4&)234(/-%/2).6%34-%.4 4HREEBEDROOMS MAINWITHBUILT INS 3PLITSYSTEM!# SOLAR(73 3AVEPOWER SAVEMONEY #ARPORT SHED REARVERANDAH .%70RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

"%!54)&5,,/7 -!).4%.!.#%(/-% 4HREEBEDROOMSALLWITHBUILT INROBES ,OUNGEFAMILYROOMS LARGEKITCHEN (UGESHED DOUBLECARPORT5-2 %XTENSIVELOWMAINTENANCEGARDENS .%70RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT*O,LOYD

0!2).'! 0ANORAMA#OURT /NLYALLOTMENTSLEFTIN THISFANTASTICLOCATION #LOSETO0ARINGATOWNSHIPWITH GREATVIEWSOVERTO-UNDIC#REEK 6ERYAFFORDABLEPRICESRANGING FROM TO 

,OT#HRIS#OURTM /./ ,OT#URTIS!VENUE M   ,OT4ARCOOLA3TREET OVERACRES  

#/.4!#4 -!2+#2%30

,!.$

,!.$

,!.$

,!.$

2,!


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 17

2ENMARK!VE 2ENMARK 0HONE 2%.-!2+!6%.5%02/0%249

2%.4!,3

ACRESCITRUS /NLYMINUTESFROMTOWN )MPLEMENTSINCLUDED 4HEPERFECTRURALLIVINGSITE 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

252!,,)&%349,%

!#2%3 (/-% 3(%$$).' )-0,%-%.43

*USTOVERACRES "RICKVENEERTHREEBEDROOMHOME 0LANTEDTOAPRICOTSANDPLUMS (UGESHEDWITHmAT EQUIPMENT 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

0LANTEDTOWINEGRAPESANDTREEFRUITS INCLUDESAROOMYTHREEBEDROOMHOME 3HEDDINGAWIDERANGEOFIMPLEMENTS 0RICE WITH-,WATER /R WITH-,WATER 6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

ACRES0ISTACHIO ACRESVACANT 6ERYNICEBEDROOMHOME 3HEDDINGANDEXTENSIVEEQUIPMENT /NLYKMSFROM2ENMARKTOWNSHIP 0RICE WITHOUTWATER 6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

!#2%"5),$).'3)4%

2%.-!2+#)4253

!GREATRURALLIVINGSITE ,ANDISCLEAREDM,WATERISINCLUDED !MPLEROOMFORMOTORBIKES HORSES ETC ,ANDCANTBEPLANTEDTOHORTICULTUREFORYEARS 0RICE   #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

ACRESFULLYESTABLISHED  +,WATERALLOCATION )NCLUDESTRACTOR SLASHER ETC 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

252!,,)6).'3)4% ACRESON'OVERNMENT2OAD 3ANDYSOIL CURRENTLYPLANTEDTOWINEGRAPES 0LENTYOFROOMFORBIKETRACKS HORSEYARDS ETC #LEARTHEVINESORKEEPFORSIDELINEINCOME 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

,!2'%0!#+).'3(%$!.$34/.%&25)4 ACRESPLANTEDTOMARKETVARIETIESSTONEFRUIT XSHED STORAGESHEDS OFlCECOOLROOM !UTOMATICDRIPIRRIGATIONSYSTEM ,ARGE'0FRESHFRUITGRADER 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

4HURK3TREET &!-),9(/-%PW ,OVELY THREE BEDROOM HOME NEXT TO SCHOOLS DUCTED AIR COND HEATING ENSUITE AND 7)2 TO MAIN ")2S RENOVATEDBATHROOM CARPORT PERGOLA FENCEDYARD3HEDDINGNOTINCLUDED

0)34!#()//2#(!2$n!#2%3

-EANDER!VENUE7!4%2&2/.4,)6).'PW 4HIS SUPERB FOUR BEDROOM TWO STOREY HOME OFFERS ELEGANCE AND STYLE PICTURESQUE VIEWS OF THE LAGOON WATERFRONT ACCESS $UCTED RC AIR COND ENSUITEAND7)2TOMAIN ")2STOBEDROOMS DOUBLE GARAGE OUTDOORENTERTAININGAREA

252!,,)6).'3)4%!.$).#/-% /VERACRESIN2ENMARK.ORTH 0LANTEDTOWINEGRAPES #LOSETO2ENMARK.ORTH3CHOOL &ULL2)4WATERALLOCATION 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

30!#)/53252!,,)6).'3)4% ,OCATEDINTHE2ENMARK7EST3CHOOLZONE !LMOSTACREVACANTLAND $OMESTICWATERAVAILABLE 0OWERATROADBOUNDARY 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

2%3)$%.4)!,$%6%,/0-%.43)4% 3HORTWALKTO2ENMARK0LAZA MLANDAREA 'REATOPPORTUNITYFORUNITDEVELOPMENT34## #HEAPERTHANDEMOLISHINGANOLDHOME 0RICE  6IEW"YAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

2%3)$%.4)!, 35"$)6)3)/. /00/245.)49 -/$%2.02%-)3%3&/2,%!3% !PPROXMM &ULLYAIRCONDITIONED KITCHENTOILETFACILITIES 0LENTYOFCARPARKING )DEALFOROFlCESORSHOWROOM 6IEWBYAPPOINTMENT #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

The

List

Friday May 21, 2010

Saturday May 22, 2010

HOME INSPECTIONS WAIKERIE 5.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5.45pm

BARMERA 17 Laffer Street Ray White Berri 11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.00pm 20 Queen Elizabeth Drive Ray White Berri 11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.00pm 12 Cocksedge Road Ray White Berri 12.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.30pm 32 Nookamka Terrace Ray White Berri 1.15 - 1.45pm 9 Gilchrist Crescent LJ hooker 2.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.30pm Lot 12 English Road Ray White Berri 9.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.30am

BERRI 17 Jones Street Ray White Berri

COBDOGLA 12.30 - 1.00pm

Sturt Highway LJ hooker

LOXTON 10.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00am 4 Crocker Crescent Ray White Loxton 11.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.00pm Lot 21 Rattey Road Ray White Loxton 12.00 - 12.45pm 14 Hayward Terrace LJ Hooker 12.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.00pm Lt 19 & Lt 28 Schick Street Ray White Loxton 1.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.00pm 5 Schaefer Drive Ray White Loxton 2.15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.45pm 53 Tobruk Terrace Ray White Loxton

MOOROOK 3.00 - 4.00pm

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Peace of Mindâ&#x20AC;?

0ROPERTY-ANAGEMENT0HONE

FOR THIS WEEK

MORGAN 4 Edwards Crescent Ray White Waikerie

Saturday May 22, 2010

12.00 - 1.00pm

,OCATEDATTHEENTRANCETO2ENMARKTOWNSHIP 3TURT(IGHWAYFRONTAGE (AZONED2ESIDENTIAL 0OTENTIALFORGENEROUSLYSIZEDALLOTMENTS34## .EW0RICE  '34 #ONTACT-ARK#RESP

!-EANDER!VENUE PW -ODERNTHREEBEDROOMHOMELOCATEDINTHE*ANE %LIZA %STATE DUCTED EVAP AIR COND GAS HEATING ENSUITE ")2S DOUBLEGARAGE REARPERGOLA )AN$RIVE 0ARINGA PW -ODERN BRICK  BEDROOM HOME DUCTED AIR COND GAS HEATING CARPORT REAR PERGOLA SHEDDING FENCEDYARD "3IXTEENTH3TREET PW -ODERN TWO BEDROOM UNIT CENTRALLY LOCATED SPLIT SYSTEM RC AIR COND ")2 TO MAIN CARPORT PRIVATE YARD LOWMAINTENANCE 0YAP3TREET PW 0RESENTABLE THREE BEDROOM HOME CLOSE TO PLAZA AIRCOND CARPORT REARDECKING FENCEDREARYARD PW +URRAJONG!VENUE 7ELLPRESENTEDTHREEBEDROOMHOME RCAIRCOND WOODEN DECKING TO REAR DOUBLE CARPORT AND SHEDDING "ELAH3TREET PW 4HREEBEDROOMHOME RCAIRCOND CARPORT FENCED REARYARD GARDENSHED #2AL2AL!VENUE PW .EATTWOBEDROOMRURALHOME DUCTEDAIRCON GAS HEATING STRICTLYNOPETS

2.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3.00pm

Lot 18 Pelican Point Ray White Waikerie

RENMARK Weigall Road, ex Government Road Ray White Renmark 9.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.00am Corner Brewarrina and 7th Streets Ray White Renmark 10.15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.45am Cnr Ral Ral Ave & Weigall Road Ray White Renmark 10.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00am 11 Kurrajong Avenue Ray White Renmark 11.00 - 11.45am 97 Pyap Street LJ Hooker 11.15 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.45am 5 Tobruk Avenue Ray White Renmark 11.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.00noon Twentysixth Street Ray White Renmark 12.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.00pm Cucumunga Street, just over roundabout on left Ray White Renmark 9.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.00am

Sunday May 23, 2010 LOXTON 12.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.00pm 12.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 1.30pm 1.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2.30pm 2.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3.00pm 3.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.00pm 3.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4.00pm

12 Schaefer Drive Ray White Loxton 93 Paruna Road Ray White Loxton 23 Wodonga Avenue Ray White Loxton 14 Klingberg Street Ray White Loxton 4 Busbridge Court Ray White Loxton 45 Wodonga Avenue Ray White Loxton

Section 238 Kingston Road

Ray White Berri

For Marschall First National, Berri and Waikerie properties, call their office on 8541 2777, 7 days a week to arrange an inspection time convenient to buyers and sellers.

Impressive rural living S

ET ON a 1500m2 allotment only minutes from the Renmark township is this well maintained family home. The modern home features three bedrooms all with built-in robes, separate lounge and family rooms plus a spacious kitchen and meals area. Combustion heating

RENMARK

3

Twentysixth Street

1

is ideal as the nights get cooler and ducted airconditioning will keep you cool in summer. Outside, a full length verandah opens onto a spacious gable roof pergola providing ample undercover outdoor living facilities. The gardens are low maintenance and the back

2

Contact Ray White Renmark Price $285,000 Mark Cresp Inspect Saturday May 22 0417 883 892 11.30am - 12noon RLA 147968

yard has under-lawn drippers, allowing you to keep it nice and green. The double carport under main roof plus a double garage provide plenty of car parking and workshop space. This is a fantastic family home in a great location â&#x20AC;&#x201C; inspect this Saturday.


18 â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010

Open

New 5HOHDVH

6DWXUGD\0D\QGDP

tion )ULGD\0D\ DW

Auc

WK

DPRQVLWH

5(10$5.3\DS6WUHHW

%(55,-DUYLV6WUHHW

%(55,6XOWDQD6WUHHW

1(:5(/($6(

67</,6+&2857<$5'9,//$

1($7%5,&.81,721/$5*(%/2&.

5ROOXS\RXUVOHHYHV7LG\XSWKLVRQHDQG\RX®OOHQGXSZLWKDYHU\ JRRGKRPHRQDQLFHEORFNRIODQG&RQVLVWLQJRIEHGURRPVSOXV VWXG\ODUJHRSHQSODQNLWFKHQGLQLQJDQGORXQJHDUHDV,W®VJRWD JDUDJHDQGLGHDOO\ORFDWHGQHDUWKHVKRSSLQJFHQWUH

6LWXDWHG DPRQJVW RWKHU TXDOLW\ KRPHV WKLV  EHGURRP YLOOD KDV RSHQ SODQ OLYLQJ ZLWK NLWFKHQ PHDOV DUHD DGMDFHQW +HDWLQJ  FRROLQJ EXLOWLQV VRIW GpFRU&DUSRUW JDUGHQVKHG6XLWLQYHVWRU¶UVWKRPHEX\HU

6LWXDWHG DFURVV IURP WKH %HUUL 3ULPDU\6FKRROZLWK  EHGURRPV RSHQ OLYLQJ DUHDV EDWKURRP DQG ODXQGU\ 5& DLU FRQGLWLRQLQJ JDUDJHSOXVVKHGGLQJDQGURRPWRGHYHORSDQRWKHUXQLW VXEMHFW WRFRXQFLODSSURYDO 7HQDQWHGXQWLO6HSWHPEHU

)NTERNET8&$

0RICE )NTERNET&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

0RICE )NTERNET0&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

Open

$ETAILS3UE7URTH0HONE-OBILE

6DWXUGD\0D\QGDP

New 5HOHDVH

New 5HOHDVH /2;721+D\ZDUG7HUUDFH

*/266236ODYHQ5RDG

%(55,

3(5)(&7)257+(),567+20(%8<(5 6XLW¶UVWKRPHEX\HURULQYHVWRUEHGURRPVDOOFDUSHWHGORXQJH ZLWKUHYHUVHDLUFRQGLWLRQLQJODUJHEORFNJDUDJH,QYHVWRURFFXS\ \RXGHFLGHJUHDWORFDWLRQQHDUKRVSLWDO

$&5(6,1727$/

$'5,(11(6)52&.6$/21

DFUHVSODQWHGWR&KDUGRQQD\6KLUD]&DEHUQHWDQG&RORPEDUG $OOXQGHUQHZGULSLUULJDWLRQODUJHLPSOHPHQWVKHGV6XEVWDQWLDO SODQW HTXLSPHQWPHJVRIZDWHUKRXVHVODUJHZLWK EHGURRPVDQGWKHRWKHUVPDOOKRXVHZKLFKLVFXUUHQWO\UHQWHG

7KLV FRXOG EH WKH ODVW RSSRUWXQXW\ WR NHHS WKLVZHOO HVWDEOLVKHG EXVLQHVV ZLWK RYHU  \HDUV WUDGLQJ RSHQ /RRNLQJ IRU D MRE" &RQVLGHU EHLQJ \RXU RZQ ERVV" *LYH PH D FDOO WR GLVFXVV WKH RSWLRQVDYDLODEOH5HGXFHGWRVHOODWRQO\6$9

0RICE )NTERNET9$&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

0RICE )NTERNET!&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

0RICE )NTERNET%&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

Open

6DWXUGD\0D\QGSP

/ 26(/ 7  ' ( 5,& ,213 7 & 8 ' &(5( , 5 3  +8*(

New 5HOHDVH

       ' '8&( ( 5  ( 35,&

&2%'2*/$6WXUW+LJKZD\

/2;721/RW'UDEVFK6WUHHW

%(55,8QLW2OG6WXUW+LJKZD\

9$/8()25021(<

/$1')256$/(%<7(1'(5

%5,&.675$7$81,7

*UHDWORFDWLRQMXVWRQWKHHGJHRI&REGRJOD7KLVEHGURRP KRPHVLWVRQDFUHVRIODQGZLWKPHJVRIZDWHU)XOO\ FDUSHWHGZLWKJRRGVL]HGNLWFKHQGLQLQJDQGOLYLQJ/DUJHVKHG ZLWKHOHFWULFLW\2XWVLGHSHUJROD

7HQGHUVFORVLQJ7KXUVGD\WK0D\SP7HQGHUGRFXPHQWV DYDLODEOHDWWKHRI¶FHRI/-+RRNHU%HUUL 5$5(3,(&(2)/$1'$SSUR[VPRIYDFDQWODQGLQ/R[WRQ EXVLQHVVGLVWULFW3ULPHGHYHORSPHQWVLWH )NTERNET:&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

$GG WKLV WR\RXU LQYHVWPHQW SRUWIROLR 7ZR EHGURRP FRPPXQLW\ WLWOH XQLW LQ VPDOO JURXS  %XLOWLQ UREHV RSHQ SODQ OLYLQJ DUHDV PRGHUQ NLWFKHQ UF DLU FRQGLWLRQLQJ FDUSRUW IHQFHG \DUG &XUUHQWO\WHQDQWHG

0RICE )NTERNET&$

Open

$ETAILS3UE7URTH-OBILE

6DWXUGD\0D\QGSP

%$50(5$*LOFKULVW&UHVFHQW 48,(7675((7 -XVW D  PLQXWH ZDON IURP WKH JROI FRXUVH LV WKLV  EHGURRP  EDWKURRP KRPH ZLWK ORDGV RI H[WUDV 1HDUO\ QHZ NLWFKHQ ODUJH RSHQ SODQ IDPLO\ORXQJH 6SLOW V\VWHP  ZRRG KHDWLQJ 'RXEOH JDUDJH)XOO\HQFORVHG\DUGZLWKODUJHIHQFHDQGORDGVPRUH 0RICE TO )NTERNET6&$

/-+RRNHU%HUULDUHSURXGVSRQVRUVRI

&\VWLF)LEURVLV5HVHDUFK

New 5HOHDVH

$ETAILS3UE7URTH-OBILE

0RICE )NTERNET&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

DQGDUHKROGLQJD6DXVDJH6L]]OHDV SDUWRIWKHLUIXQGUDLVLQJ /-+RRNHUZLOOEHVHOOLQJVDXVDJHVDQGGULQNV WRJHWKHUZLWK&\VWLF)LEURVLV0HUFKDQGLVH

(%,0534/(%,04(%- :KHQ7KXUVGD\0D\ DPSP :KHUH)URQWRIWKH/-+RRNHU%HUULRI¶FH !,,02/#%%$34/#934)#&)"2/3)32%3%!2#(

// 726(  ' ( & 5, ,213 7 & 8 (' ,&(5 5 3  ( +8* %(55,*X\6WUHHW '(/,*+7)8/81,7 &UHDPEULFNVWUDWDWLWOHXQLWLQVPDOOJURXSRI(OHYDWHGSRVLWLRQ ZLWKEHGURRPVRSHQSODQNLWFKHQOLYLQJDUHDVDLUFRQGLWLRQLQJ FDUSRUW DQG VKHG SOXV SULYDWH UHDU \DUG /RZ PDLQWHQDQFH QHDW SUHVHQWDWLRQDQGWHQDQWHG 0RICE )NTERNET8%&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

%8,/',1*$//270(176 %$50(5$ /RW%URRNH5RDG

        

KDODQG&RUQHUDOORWPHQW   *UHDWVSRWIRUDQHZKRPH ,21 7 & FORVHWRDOOIDFLOLWLHV7KLVODQGLVLQ '8 (5( DQHZVXEGLYLVLRQZLWKRWKHUTXDOLW\ 35,& KRPHVHVWDEOLVKHGLQWKHDUHD

5(10$5.&HGDU$YHQXH

)$0,/<+20(&/26(7235,0$5<6&+22/

&+2,&(2)%5$1'1(:67</,6+81,76

(VWDEOLVKHGDQGUHIXUELVKHGIDPLO\KRPHRIODUJHSURSRUWLRQV ZLWKDIXQFWLRQDO·RRUSODQRIEURRPVEXLOWLQVORXQJHURRP RSHQVLQWRHDWLQNLWFKHQFHLOLQJIDQV VSOLWV\VWHPSOXVGXFWHG DF3OHQW\RIFDUDFFRPLQWKHYHU\ODUJHFDUSRUWZLWKUROOHUGRRU

 EHGURRPV PDLQ ZLWK EXLOWLQ UREH DQG HQVXLWH EDWKURRP QG EHGURRPZLWKEXLOWLQRSHQSODQOLYLQJDUHDVLQFRUSRUDWLQJPRGHUQ NLWFKHQDQGPHDOVDUHDVSOLWV\VWHPDFVHFXUHJDUDJLQJZLWKUROOHU GRRUDQGSULYDWHFRXUW\DUG3ULFHVIURP

0RICE )NTERNET'&$ $ETAILS)RIS7ILLIAMS0H-OBILE

0RICE   )NTERNET*&$

$ETAILS3UE7URTH-OBILE

%$50(5$/$1' 6LWXDWHGLQWKHJROIFRXUVHDUHD 7RZQDOORWPHQW:DWHUDQGSRZHU 5HDG\WREXLOGRQ

 

0RICE )NTERNET&$

0RICE )NTERNET&$

$ETAILS3UE7URTH-OBILE

$ETAILS3UE7URTH-OBILE

/2;721/RW :KHDWOH\5RDG

%(55,/H[LD6WUHHW

5/$

%$50(5$/$1'

%$50(5$ +DUGZLFN6WUHHW

5(10$5. /RW7DSLR6WUHHW

(/(9$7(' %8,/',1* 6,7( :,7+  5,9(5 9,(:6 $SSUR[ DFUH

/$1'/$1'/$1'

0RICE )NTERNET2&$

0RICE )NTERNET2&$

 RQ DQ RI FOHDUHG UHVLGHQWLDO ,21ODQG 8&7ZLWK ULYHU YLHZV ' HOHYDWHG SRVLWLRQ ( (5 3RZHUDQGZDWHUQHDUE\ 35,& $ETAILS3UE7URTH-OBILE

YLOODVL]HGEORFNRIODQGDYDLODEOHLQ 5HQPDUNWRZQVKLS%HTXLFNIRUWKLV RQH

 

$ETAILS3UE7URTH-OBILE


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;¢ 19

5(17$/3523(57,(6 /2;7213523(57,(6

%(55,3523(57,(6 0RICE3:

$))/(&.&2857

6(&-85<52$'

0RICE3:

([HFXWLYHEHGURRPEDWKURRP OLYLQJDUHDVODUJHHQWHUWDLQPHQW VSDFLRXVKRPHUFGXFWHGGRXEOH JDUDUJH

$YDLOHQGRI0D\EHGURRPKRPH FORVH WR %HUUL ODUJH OLYLQJ URRPV UF DF ODUJH RXWGRRU YHUDQGDK 1RSHWV

#ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

#ONTACT0ATTY0HONE

0$758+675((7

0RICE3:

EHGURRPVSDFLRXVPRGHUQ KRPHQHZO\UHQRYDWHGUFVHSD UDWHWRLOHW #ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

%$50(5$3523(57,(6 0&*5(*25675((7

52%(576675((7

0RICE3:

0RICE3:

$YDLO PLG 0D\  EHGURRP VSD FLRXV KRPH LQ D TXLHW DUHD RI VWUHHW ODUJH ORXQJH UF FDUSRUW DQGHQFORVHG\DUG

$YDLOODWH0D\EURRPKRPHELU VSDFLRXV LQWHULRU HYDS FRRO JDV KHDWLQJ ODUJH NLWFKHQ GRXEOH FDU SRUWHQFORVHG\DUG

#ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

#ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

%.$<$9(18(

6$1'(5&2&.675((70RICE3:

EURRPUHFHQWO\EXLOWEULFNYHQHHU KRPH WLOHG LQ PDLQ OLYLQJ DUHDV RSHQ SODQ OLYLQJ VSDFLRXV EURRP ZLWKVHSDUDWHVKRZHU EDWK #ONTACT+AREN0HONE

#ONTACT+AREN0HONE

.$<$9(18(

0RICE3:

([HFXWLYH  EHGURRP SDUW\O\ IXU QLVKHG VXLWH LQ WRS ORFDWLRQ PH] ]DQLQH ·RRU VSOLW V\VWHP FRXUW \DUGZLGHFDUSRUW



3:

 EHGURRP EULFN KRPH LQ JRRG ORFDWRQ  OLYLQJ DUHDV VKHGGLQJ  GRXEOHFDUSRUW

75(1$0(1&5(6&(170RICE3:

#ONTACT+AREN0HONE

48((1(/,=$%(7+ 0RICE3:

$YDLOHQGRI0D\EHGURRPQHDW  WLG\ RSHQ SODQ ORXQJH NLWFKHQ DQG GLQH UF DF HQFORVHG \DUG FDUSRUW

0RICE3:

EHGURRPXQLWZLWKUREHVWRPDLQ EHGURRP RSHQ SODQ OLYLQJ ZLWK SOHQW\ RI VWRUDJH EDWKURRP SOXV VHSDUDWH ODXQGU\ VPDOO \DUG RS SRVLWHVKRSSLQJPDUW

EHGURRPXQLWEXLOWLQUREHRSHQ SODQ OLYLQJ VKRZHU RQO\ LQ EDWK URRPFDUSRUWUFDLUFRQGLWLRQLQJ

Perfect for the first home buyer T

HIS home would suit a first home buyer or investor. With three bedrooms all carpeted, lounge with reverse air conditioning. It is situated on a large block of land with garage near the hospital. Invest or occupy, you decide!

#ONTACT+AREN0HONE

/2;7213523(57,(6

#ONTACT+AREN0HONE 0RICE3: &21(<%((5675((7

$7$1.2675((7

EHGURRPKRPHWWHFORVHWRVFKRRO DQGQHZGHYHORSPHQWPRGHUQLQ WHULRUFRXUW\DUGFDUSRUW

#ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

#ONTACT)RIS0HONE

0RICE3:

%5,(5652$'

#ONTACT+AREN0HONE

0RICE3:

$YDLOQRZ6DYHVDYHVDYHVR ODUSDQHOV\RXUHOHFWULFLW\FRPSDQ\ ZLOOSD\\RXGRXEOHEURRPEULFN KRPHODUJHOLYLQJDUHDVVKHGGLQJ #ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE 0RICE3:

(OHYDWHG WZR EHGURRP XQLW UF SDUNLQJRIIVWUHHW&DUSRUW #ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE 

:HOO SUHVHQWHG WKUHH EHGURRP EULFN KRPH ODUJH RSHQ ORXQJH OHDGLQJLQWRNLWFKHQDQGGLQHWZR ZD\ EDWKURRP EXLOW LQ UREHV 1R SHWVJDUDJHXQGHUPDLQURRI

#ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

#ONTACT+AREN0HONE

0RICE 3: (9$1652$'

 EHGURRP KRPH QHDU WR ULYHU IURQWLQH[FHOOHQWORFDWLRQZDONWR WRZQFHQWUHEDWKURRPVOLYLQJ DUHDVZLGH YHUDQGDK FDUSRUW DQG JDUDJLQJ #ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

&200(5&,$//($6,1* 9(55$//&5(6&(17

5(10$5.

/DUJHPRGHUQVKRSLQDUFDGH3URPLQHQWSRVLWLRQ 5&DLUFRQGLWLRQLQJNLWFKHQVWRUDJH3DUNLQJ6XLW ERWWOHVKRSUHWDLOHWF5HQW OHDVHQHJRWLDEOH

$SSUR[VPIRUOHDVH6KRSSUHPLVHVVXLWRI ¶FHVVKRZURRPZRUNVKRS.LWFKHQ WRLOHWIDFLOLWLHV FDUSDUNLQJ/HDVHQHJRWLDEOH

#ONTACT)RIS0HOR #ONTACT)RIS0HOR

%(55,'(11<675((7 

$SSUR[P 6XLWRI¶FHRUUHWDLO5FDLUFRQNLWFKHQ DQGWRLOHWIDFLOLWLHV/RQJOHDVHDYDLODEOH #ONTACT)RIS0HOR

:,/621675((7

5HWDLOVKRSDSSUR[VTPSULPHORFDWLRQ.LWFKHQ WRLOHWV/HDVHQHJRWLDEOH #ONTACT)RIS0HOR

%(55,'(11<675((7

&RUQHUSRVLWLRQ5HIXUELVKHGVKRSSUHPLVHV SURPLQHQWSRVLWLRQ.LWFKHQDQGWRLOHWIDFLOLWLHV $YDLODEOHVRRQ #ONTACT)RIS0HOR

%(55,+8*+(6675((7

/DUJHVKRSZDUHKRXVHRI¶FHVSDFHDYDLODEOH $SSUR[VTP0RGHUQ¶[WXUHVNLWFKHQ WRLOHW 5HFHQWO\WUDGHGDVDVHFXULW\EXVLQHVV #ONTACT)RIS0HOR

5(10$5.5(10$5.$9(18(

$SSUR[VPVKRSSUHPLVHV.LWFKHQ WRLOHWID FLOLWLHV5&GXFWHGDLUFRQGLWLRQLQJ6XLWUHWDLORI¶FH 3DUNLQJDWUHDU5HDVRQDEOHUHQW$YDLODEOHQRZ #ONTACT)RIS0HOR

9$8*+$17(55$&(

8SSHUOHYHODSSUR[VPGLYLGHGLQWRRI¶FHVSOXV ERDUGURRP5&DLUUHFHSWLRQDUHDNLWFKHQWRLOHWV  XQGHUFRYHUSDUNLQJ/HDVHQHJRWLDEOH$YDLODEOHQRZ #ONTACT)RIS0HOR

Price $139,000 Inspect Saturday May 22, 12.00 - 12.45am RLA 1935

1

1 Contact Sue Wurth Iris Williams 8582 2744,

7KH9HQGRU®VVWDWHPHQWVUHODWLQJWRPDWWHUVDIIHFW LQJDGYHUWLVHGSURSHUWLHVPD\EHLQVSHFWHGDWWKH $JHQW®V2I¶FHEXVLQHVVGD\VSULRUWRWKH$XFWLRQ DQGDWSODFHRI$XFWLRQPLQXWHVEHIRUHVDOH

20 - May 27

Community Events File Saturday, May 22 â&#x20AC;¢ Make a Wish Foundation Riverland Branch, garage sale, 7 Riverview Drive, Berri. 7am, Office filing cabinets, desks, boardroom table, chairs, bookcase, household goods. Donations from GPA Accounting, Cobby OK Mart and Landmark. â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Ballroom Dancing, Cobdogla, 7.30 to 11.30pm. Phone Bob 85821840. â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Farmers Markets, 7.30amâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am, Crawford Tce, Berri. Phone 85824864. Sunday, May 23 â&#x20AC;¢ Pacemakers Bingo, Sunday, 2pm, in aid of Pacemakers Club, at the Berri Resort Hotel. Tuesday, May 25 â&#x20AC;¢ Barmera Library, 10.30am Baby Rhyme Time; 11am Story and Activity all ages. Phone 85882872. â&#x20AC;¢ Ray White, Loxton in conjunction with The Loxton Golf club, 9 Ambrose Golf Day, 9 am start. Proceeds to Ray White Berri, Barmera, Loxton and Waikerieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Relay for Life Team, fundraising for the Cancer Council of SA. $25 per player (teams of 4), includes cooked breakfast. Phone Dave Kanizay 0448845270.

$SSUR[VPVHWXSDVRURI¶FHVNLWFKHQ WRLOHWVUHFHSWLRQDUHDUFDLUFRQGLWLRQLQJ&DUSDUN LQJ/HDVHQHJRWLDEOH #ONTACT)RIS0HOR

%(55,:,/621675((7

3

14 Hayward Terrace

L

%5$,/:$<7(55$&( 0RICE3:

-$0(6$9(

 EHGURRP  VWRUH\ KRPH ZLWK VWXG\ RYHUORRNLQJ WKH ULYHU  EDWKURRPV  OLYLQJ URRPV RSHQ SODQ ZRRGKHDWLQJ GXFWHG DF ORZ PDLQWHQDQFH JDUGHQ GRXEOH FDUSRUWGRXEOLQJJDUDJLQJHQHUJ\ HI¶FLHQF\VRODUSDQHOV

LOXTON

5(10$5.3523(57,(6

0RICE3:

$YDLOHQGRI0D\EHGURRPSDUWO\ IXUQLVKHGXQLWRQHEORFNIURPWRZQ FHQWUHUFFDUSRUW

$0$*$5(<675((7

EHGURRPXQLWLQJUHDWORFDWLRQODUJH VSDFLRXVOLYLQJDUHDVEXLOWLQUREHLQ PDLQUFDLUFRQGLWLRQLQJFDUSRUWHQ FORVHGFRXUW\DUGQRSHWV

#ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

#ONTACT-ICHELLE0HONE

0257,0(552$'

0RICE3:

#ONTACT0ATTY0HONE

#ONTACT+AREN0HONE 0RICE

)$50(5675((7

 EHGURRP KRPH FORVH WR 3OD]D VSDFLRXV OLYLQJ EXLOWLQ UREHV UF DLU FRQGLWLRQLQJ FDUSRUW DQG HQFORVHG\DUG

0RICE3:

$YDLO HQG RI 0D\ 1R SHWV 6SD FLRXVEURRPKRPHRSHQOLYLQJ ZDONLQUREHLQPDLQWZRZD\EDWK URRPJDUDJHYHUDQGDKVKHG

1$3,(5&2857

0RICE3:

0RICE3:

/DUJHEURRPEULFNKRPHRQFRU QHU SRVLWLRQ  EDWKURRPV VWXG\ IDPLO\ ZLWK RXWGRRU HQWHUWDLQLQJ DUHD HQFORVHG \DUG QHDU SOD]D GRXEOHJDUDJH

%0$*$5(<675((7

&2$7652$'

Tuesday, May 25 Continued â&#x20AC;¢ Palms Bingo, at Berri Club, 10.30am eyes down, in aid of The Palms Bingo Club. Phone Helen 85824618. â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Gem and Mineral Club Inc workshop in Glossop every Tuesday afternoon, 3pm to 5.30pm for information and directions phone Dennis 85823430. Wednesday, May 26 â&#x20AC;¢ Refresh and Bloom for women, every Wednesday at the Belmont Hall, Berri Uniting Church, Denny Street, Berri. Gold coin donation. Thursday, May 27 â&#x20AC;¢ Carers SA River Murray & Carers Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Biggest Morning Tea at Swan Reach Hotel. All family carers welcome. Pick up at Berri 8.30am and Loxton 9am, RSVP to 1800 806 580.

***Future Events*** Sunday, May 30 â&#x20AC;¢ Family event to Celebrate National Thanksgiving Day, free BBQ tea and

Got an event for our File? Phone 8582 5500 and let the Riverland and Mallee know about it! Community events file is for not for profit organisations and events are listed at the discretion of the Riverland Weekly management. We recommend you verify details of events listed with the relevant organisation.

L

7EEKLY s#OMPREHENSIVEFULLCOLOUR2EAL%STATEGUIDEOUTEVERY4HURSDAY s$ELIVERED&2%%TOHOMESTHROUGHOUTTHE2IVERLANDAND-ALLEE s2IVERLANDAND-ALLEESWIDESTSELECTIONOF2EAL%STATE!GENTS CHOOSETOADVERTISEIN

L


20 โ€ข Riverland Weekly โ€“ Thursday May 20, 2010

2,!

.%72%3)$%.#%

 

7!)+%2)%

 

7!)+%2)%

 

"2!.$.%7(/-% 3/-%4().''//$ 3/-%4().'!&&/2$!",% %.6)!",%,)&%349,% &ABULOUS OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED SOLID CONSTRUCTIONBEDROOMHOMEWITHMOFWATERFRONTAGEWITHSKIBEACH ANDJETTY,OVINGLYRENOVATEDHOMEWITHCUSTOMBUILTKITCHENPROVIDES LUXURYLIVING OUTDOORENTERTAININGAREASADDTOTHEAPPEAL7ITH(AOR ACRESOFLANDYOUWILLBETHEENVYOFFRIENDS

s.EW,ISTINGs 7!)+%2)%

 

#/44!'%(/-%#,/3%4/4/7. 4WO"EDROOM#OTTAGEONAM FULLY FENCED YARD SITUATED WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO -AIN 3TREET 3LOWCOMBUSTIONHEATERINLOUNGE WILLKEEPTHECHILLATBAY,ARGESHED WITHACCESSFROMREARLANESUITABLE FOR STORAGE OR WORKSHOP #OSY COTTAGEHOMEREADYFORINSPECTION ATATIMETOSUITYOU

7!)+%2)%

 

&!"5,/537)4( !02)#%4/-!4#( 3ET BACK FROM 6ASEY 2OAD IS A LARGEBEDROOMHOMEWITHALOTTO OFFER&IRSTLYTHEREISTHEELABORATE ENTERTAINING AREA PERFECT FOR A GET TOGETHER WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY .EXT IS THE LAND ALMOST  ACRES M OFLANDTO CALLYOUROWN 4HEREISALSOTHESHEDDING3EVERAL DIFFERENT SHEDS A WORKSHOP AND A GARAGE THAT CAN HOLD UP TO FOUR CARS ,ASTLY THE HOUSE ITSELF A mEXIBLE DESIGN THAT ALLOWS FOR EITHER  BEDROOMS OR  BEDROOMS AND AN OFlCE !SIDE FROM THE ACCOMMODATION THERE IS ALSO THE LARGELOUNGEROOM SPACIOUSFAMILY ROOM FORMAL DINING ROOM ALONG WITH A CHEFS KITCHEN INCORPORATING A MEALS AREA WITH BAY WINDOWS OVERLOOKING THE FABULOUS GARDENS !LL OF THIS IS JUST MINUTES FROM TOWN BUT IT HAS TO BE SEEN TO BE BELIEVED

7!)+%2)%

 

!&&/2$!",%&!-),9!,4%2.!4)6% 3ET WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OF THE MEDICALCENTREISAHOMEAWAITING ITS NEW OWNER 7ITH AN OPEN PLAN DINING ROOM AND MODERN KITCHEN WITH NEW APPLIANCES INCLUDING DISHWASHER 4HERE IS A SPACIOUS LOUNGE ROOM WITH ACCESS ONTO THE REAR ENTERTAINING AREA FOR WEEKEND GET TOGETHERS 4HERE ARE  "ATHROOMS AND A LARGE M X M WORKSHOP FOR THE HANDYMAN WITHBEDROOMSANDAUTILITYROOM 4HIS VERSATILE HOME SHOULD BE ON YOURVIEWINGLIST

+).'34/. / -  2)6%2,)&%349,%!,,/4-%.4  (A  ACRES WITH STUNNING ELEVATED RIVER VIEWS A M FRONTAGE TO THE RIVER FRONT RESERVE ATTRACTIVESTANDSOFMALLEE AND INTERESTING GULLIES WITH A  METREFRONTAGETOTHE3TURT(WY

($/&%"!

 

3%#,5$%$252!,2%42%!4 3ET ON  (A  ACRES ACRES OF &REEHOLD LAND ONLY A SHORT DRIVE TO -ORGAN RIVER FRONT IS A FENCED BLOCK WITHSHEDSTHENEWESTBEINGMX MWITHYROLLERDOORSSETATTHEBACK OFTHEBLOCK)DEALWEEKENDGETAWAY POTENTIALTOIMPROVEONWHATISTHERE

-/2'!.

 

&!-),9&2)%.$,9!,4%2.!4)6% !NIDEALBEDROOMFAMILYHOMEIS AWAITING ITS NEW OWNER IN A LEAFY GARDENSETTING)FYOULOVEPRIVACY AND THE FEEL OF A LUSH GARDEN AS YOUR HAVEN YOUR SEARCH IS OVER 4HIS SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME IS AN OUTDOOR ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT 7ITH NUMEROUS PAVED EATING AREAS AND AN OPEN PLAN KITCHEN DINING ROOM -ASTER BEDROOM HAS BUILT IN ROBES AND DUAL ACCESS TO MAIN BATHROOM 4HERE IS ALSO LOCKABLE SHEDDINGANDCARPORTSTOSUITANY AVIDTRAVELLER

-4-!29 &2/-  7!9/547%34 ,OOKINGFORANEWFRONTIER/RARE YOU JUST TIRED OF YOUR CURRENT FAST PACED LIFESTYLE 9OU WILL BE HARD PRESSED TO lND A MORE TRANQUIL EXISTENCETHANWHAT-T-ARYHAS TO OFFER 7E HAVE  ALLOTMENTS FOR SALE ON  TITLES "UY ONE BLOCK OR BUY THE LOT AND BECOME A LAND BARON /NE OF THE FEW PLACES WHERE ROLY POLYS ROLL FREE THE SLEEPY LIZARDS DICTATE TRAFlC CONDITIONS AND KANGAROOS AND EMUSAREYOURNEIGHBOURS)FYOU GET DRY AND DUSTY THERES ALWAYS THE -OUNT -ARY (OTEL FOR A COOL REFRESHMENTORMEAL

(/'7!3(

 

/8&/2$,!.$).' 2)6%26)%73!.$.%!2!##%33 HA  ACRES OF ELEVATED MOSTLY IRRIGATED LAND WITH PRIVATE IRRIGATION PUMP DRAWING DIRECT FROM THE -URRAY AND PLANTED TO APPROX  ACRES OF CAB SAV  ACRES OF MERLOT TOGETHER WITH  ACRES OF CITRUS 3UBSTANTIAL  BEDROOM HOME IN AN ELEVATED POSITION TO PROVIDE GRAND VIEWS AMPLE SHEDDING AND COOL ROOM SUITABLEFORAVARIETYOFUSES

7!)+%2)%

 

7/2,$3!0!24 -INUTES AWAY FROM 7AIKERIE YET A WORLD AWAY FROM STRESS IS THIS MAGNIlCENT  BEDROOM HOME SITTING ON M  ACRES OF BUSHLAND 3ET WITH LARGE OPEN PLANLIVINGAREASANDVERYSPACIOUS BEDROOMS ONEOFTHEBESTFEATURES OF THIS HOME IS THE PAVED PERGOLA JUST RIGHT FOR WEEKEND PARTIES $ONT BELIEVE IT #ALL US TODAY TO SEEFORYOURSELF

2!-#/

 

30%.$!,)44,%/230%.$!,/4 ,OCATIONISEVERYTHING SOISWHAT YOU DO WITH IT 3ET ON M OF &REEHOLD LAND IS A  BEDROOM COTTAGEINNEEDOFAFACELIFT WITH OPEN PLAN LIVING FORMAL LOUNGE AND PAVED ENTERTAINING AREA -INUTESTO2AMCOSCHOOLANDTHE RIVERFRONT THIS LOW MAINTENANCE BLOCKHASVIEWSOFTHERIVERmATS

PH. (08) 8541 2777

3ITUATED IN (ENDERSON 3TREET IS A VERY NICE AND QUAINT  BEDROOM COTTAGE ! FORMAL LOUNGE OPEN PLAN KITCHEN DINING AREA AND WALK IN PANTRY ARE SOME NICE FEATURES OF THE PROPERTY !LSO INCLUDED ARE THE LOWMAINTENANCEYARDS PAVEDANDCOVEREDENTERTAININGAREAATTHEREAR WORKSHOP AND CLOSE PROXIMITY TO SCHOOLS THE MAIN SHOPPING PRECINCT 4HREEBEDROOMHOME OPENLIVING LOUNGE DINING GOURMETKITCHEN "UILTIN ANDTHERIVERFRONT3OUNDGOOD!TTHISPRICEITSDElNITELYANATTRACTIVE 2OBESTOBEDROOMS#ARPETSAND7INDOW$RESSINGSTHROUGHOUT PROSPECT#ALLTODAY

7!)+%2)%

 

")' ",5%!.$ 7!)4).'&/29/5 !PPROXIMATELY Mยง OF OFlCE SPACE STORAGE AND WORKSHOP AREAONAPARCELOFPRIMELANDWITH HIGH EXPOSURE A SHORT DISTANCE TO 7AIKERIE 4OWN #ENTRE #USTOMER LOUNGE LARGESHOWROOM NUMEROUS OFlCESANDTOILETFACILITIESAVAILABLE ,ARGE WORKSHOP AREA AND STORAGE SPACE COMPLETE WITH OUTSIDE UNDERCOVER WORK BAY VERANDAH AND PLENTY OF ROOM FOR CUSTOMER CARPARKING#ALLNOWTOARRANGEA PERSONALINSPECTION

-/2'!.

 

,%)352%,92)6%2&2/.4!$$2%33 0OPULAR 3COTTS #REEK IS OFFERING UP ANOTHER OF ITS QUALITY RIVER HOMES FEATURING ABSOLUTE RIVER FRONTAGEWITHWEEPINGWILLOWSFOR SHADE PONTOON FOR lSHING AND A SANDYBEACH4HEELEVATEDHOME HAS  BEDROOMS WITH OPEN PLAN LIVINGTAKINGINFULLVIEWOFTHERIVER 4HEREISSOMUCHTOTHISPROPERTY THATANINSPECTIONWILLCONVINCE

"!2-%2!

 

2%&2%3(%$7)4(! 2%&2%3().'02)#% &AMILIESWILLLOVETHISHOUSEWITH BEDROOMSANDBATHROOMS/PEN PLANKITCHENDININGROOMOPENING INTO A SPACIOUS LOUNGE ROOM INBUILT BAR UPSTAIRS THERE ARE TWO STOREROOMSORSTUDIESASTHEYARE REQUIRED !LL THIS WITH UNDERCOVER PARKING FOR  CARS MINUTES TO SCHOOLS SHOPSANDBEAUTIFUL,AKE "ONNEY

-/2'!.

 

&2%%(/,$,!.$ #,/3%4/2)6%2 (A  ACRES OF LAND WITH A GREAT MIX OF MALLEE AND RIVER RED GUMS FRONTINGAMAINSEALEDROAD )DEAL LOCATION FOR CAMPING ONLY KMSFROM-ORGAN3ITAROUNDTHE CAMPlREANDENJOYYOUROWNPIECE OF !USTRALIA  SMALL SHEDS ON PROPERTYPROVIDETOILET BUSHSHOWER ANDSTORAGESHEDRAINWATERTANKS PROVIDEDRINKINGWATER0OWERAND TELEPHONE LINES RUN ALONG THE TOP OF THE BLOCK ,OCATED  METRES FROM THE PROPERTY IS ACCESS TO THE RIVER VIA A 2IVER 2ESERVE WITH NO PUBLICACCESS0HONEOUROFlCETO ARRANGEANINSPECTION0OTENTIALTO BUILDAHOME34#!

35.,!.$3

 

!&&/2$!",%!,4%2.!4)6% (OUSES AT THIS PRICE ARE SCARCE WHEN YOU CONSIDER WHAT IS ON OFFER M OR ALMOST AN ACRE OF &REEHOLD LAND WITH A VERY TIDY  BEDROOM REVERSE CYCLE AIR CONDITIONED HOME WITH AN UPGRADED BATHROOM AND LAUNDRY 2ELAX UNDER THE FRONT VERANDAH LOCKTHECARINTHERECENTLYERECTED GARAGEORHEADTOTHEGOLFCLUBFOR ROUNDOFGOLF YOURCHOICE

-/2'!.

 

2!-#/

 

-/$%2.2)6%2(/-%

#(!2!#4%26),,!

3ITUATEDONANELEVATED(A ACRES ALLOTMENT WITH SECLUDED RIVER VIEWS YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE AND DIRECT WALKING ACCESS ORDRIVINGACCESSTOTHERIVER/PEN LIVING PLAN PROVIDES LARGE LOUNGE DINING WELLEQUIPPEDKITCHENAREAS WITH LARGE PICTURE WINDOWS TWO SPACIOUS BEDROOMS AND A STUDY 0ATIOCOMESCOMPLETEWITHAM X M PATIO TABLE AND THE SOLAR SYSTEMWITHDIESELBACKUPSAVES THEEXPENSEOFELECTRICITYBILLS

4HIS CHARMING S VILLA IS SITUATEDONALARGEFENCEDALLOTMENT FEATURING UNDER COVER CAR PARKING FOR  CARS AND A UPDATED FAMILY HOME INCORPORATING  BEDROOMS SPACIOUS LOUNGE AND COUNTRY KITCHEN4HEREISASEPARATEDINING ROOM WHICH LEADS ONTO THE PAVED PERGOLA FOR WEEKEND ENTERTAINING UPDATED LAUNDRY AND MODERN BATHROOM COMPLETE THE PACKAGE !NINSPECTIONWILLCONVINCE

($/&%"!

 

0%2&%#44)-).' 4HEIDEALSPOTTOCAMPANDLOCKUP YOURBOATONTHISSPACIOUS(A APPROXACRES OF&REEHOLDLAND ONLY MINUTES FROM THE RIVERFRONT IN PICTURESQUE -ORGAN )DEAL AS A YEAR ROUND RETREAT IT HAS A M X MCOLOURBONDSHEDWITHCONCRETE mOORANDRAINWATERTANK"RINGYOUR TENTS OR A CARAVAN TO ENJOY THIS VERSATILEPROPERTY

",!.#(%4/7.  2)6%2(/53% )N"LANCHETOWNTODAYISAUNIQUE OPPORTUNITY ! COTTAGEx ON THE RIVER 7ELL NOT ON THE RIVER BUT NEXTTOIT3ITTINGONANALLOTMENT FRONTING A RIVER RESERVE IS A  BEDROOM COTTAGE WITH OPEN PLAN LIVING AREAS A CARPORT POWERED SHEDWITHLIGHTINGANDEASYACCESS TOABOATRAMP!TRUEHOUSEON THE RIVER CALL TODAY TO SEE FOR YOURSELF

7!)+%2)%

&2/-  !'2%!4$%!,37%%4%2

*UST lVE MINUTES FROM THE 4OWN OF 7AIKERIE ARE PERHAPS SOME OF THEBESTVALUEBLOCKSOFLANDYOU WILLSEE4HEREARESEVERALONOFFER SO YOU CAN BE AS CHOOSY AS YOU LIKE &OR CONVENIENCE YOU COULD HAVE A  Mยง CORNER BLOCK OF LAND WITH FRONTAGES ON -ATTNER 2OAD AND 6ASEY 2OAD /R FOR MORE PRIVACY THERE IS ALSO A  MยงBLOCKWITHONLYONEDIRECT NEIGHBOUR 4HE CHOICE OF BLOCKS DOESNT END THERE AND NEITHER DO THE FEATURES 0OWER WATER  TELEPHONE SERVICES ARE ALREADY CONNECTED AND ALL BLOCKS HAVE GOOD FRONTAGE ON -ATTNER 2OAD 0LUS ALLTHISISJUSTMINUTESFROM THE 7AIKERIE 2IVERFRONT 7HETHER ITSYOURDREAMHOUSEORAHOLIDAY ESCAPE YOUWILLlNDITHERE

35.,!.$3

 

6)!",%!,4%2.!4)6%  (AORAPPROXIMATELYACRES OF NATIVE CITRUS WITH 6ALENCIA AND NAVAL PLANTINGS 4HE PROPERTY INCLUDESMEGSOFWATERSUPPLIED THROUGHTHE3UNLANDSIRRIGATIONTRUST WITHTHECURRENTOWNERHAVINGSOLD 6ALENCIAS THROUGH A LOCAL PACKING HOUSE

s3PECIALSs -/2'!.

 

UCEDTO  RED2//-4/"2%!4(%

)FYOULIKECAMPINGANDRECREATION YOU WILL LOVE THIS  (A  ACRES OF RECREATIONAL LAND IN THE (UNDREDOF%BANEARTHERIVERTOWN OF-ORGAN.OPOWER BUTWATERIS CONNECTEDANDREADYTOGO4HERE IS STOCK PROOF FENCING ON THREE SIDES THELASTBOUNDARYIFmANKED BY A ROAD RESERVE ! PERMANENT 7!)+%2)%   DAMEXISTSONTHEPROPERTYWHICH 15!,)49"2)#+4/7.(/53% DOES STORE WATER AND THERE IS A #ONSISTING OF A LARGE OPEN LIVING STOCK SHED WITH COULD BE USED LOUNGE DINING AND MODERN AS EITHER BIKE STORAGE OR YOUR KITCHENAREA4WOLARGEBEDROOMS CAMPINGSHELTER YOUDECIDE MODERNBATHROOM SEPARATETOILET ",!.#(%4/7.   ANDWALKTHROUGHLAUNDRYTOGETHER WITHALOCKUPGARAGEUNDERMAIN ROOF SPLITSYSTEM AIRCONDITIONING 0%2!,,/4-%.4 AND LOW MAINTENANCE GARDEN (/,)$!9!,4%2.!4)6% 1UIETLOCATIONWITHINEASYWALKING 7HEN YOU LOOK FOR SOMETHING YOU DISTANCE OF SHOPS SCHOOLS AND NEVER lND IT UNTIL NOW 4HREE MEDICALCARE LEVEL AND VACANT BLOCKS OF LAND IN "LANCHETOWN ONLY A SHORT DRIVE TO 35.,!.$3   THERIVER0ERFECTFORJUSTABOUTANY DEVELOPMENT YOU COULD IMAGINE 3/-%4().'$)&&%2%.4 )N3UNLANDSWEHAVEALARGEM !LLHAVE&REEHOLD4ITLESANDFRONTA BLOCKOFLANDPLANTEDTOAVARIETYOF SEALEDROAD



REDUCEDTO 

PRODUCETREESSUCHASCITRUS OLIVES ANDSTONEFRUIT4HEPOTENTIALEXISTS TODEVELOPIFFURTHER4HEPROPERTY HASAMXMSTEELFRAMEDSHED WITH M CLEARANCE FOR IMPLEMENTS AND A FULLY LINED SHED THAT CAN BE USED FOR TEMPORARY LIVING QUARTERS AS NEEDED #ONVERSELY YOU COULD CLEAREVERYTHINGANDBUILDTHENEW HOMEOFYOURDREAMS

7!)+%2)%

 

#/2.%2(/-% '2%!4,/#!4)/. 3OLID  BEDROOM HOME PLUS A SLEEPOUT ON A GOOD SIZED FULLY FENCED CORNER BLOCK IN A GREAT LOCATION+ITCHENANDDININGAREAIS CENTRALWITHINTHEHOME!NOFlCE OR CHILDRENS PLAYROOM IS LOCATED OFF THE DINING AREA 0ROPERTY PROVIDES VARIOUS OPTIONS n RENTAL PROPERTY lRSTHOMEORAHOMEFOR THOSELOOKINGTOMOVEINTOTOWNTO ASMALLERHOME

#!$%,,

 

4(%2%)3!#!4#( 3ETON(AORACRESWITH ENVIABLE VIEWS IS A PROSPECT THAT RARELY PRESENTS ! PROPERTY WITH BROAD APPEAL FEATURES  HOMES 4HElRSTHOMEISATWOBEDROOM TIMBER FRAME HOME WHICH IS NEAT AND TIDY AS WELL AS A  BEDROOM STONE HOME WITH OPEN PLAN KITCHEN MEALSAREA FORMALDINING ROOM AND SEPARATE LOUNGE 4HE SECOND HOME IS A TWO BEDROOM TIMBER FRAME HOME ! LARGE M XMSHEDWITHPOWER LIGHTSAND CONCRETE mOOR ADD TO THE APPEAL !LSOINCLUDEDISMEGSOFWATER 4HECATCHISITNEEDSWORK

7!)+%2)%

 



REDUCEDTO

#%.42!,,9,/#!4%$ "2)#+(/-%

'REAT OPPORTUNITY EXISTS TO PURCHASE A THREE BEDROOM HOME CLOSE TO -AIN 3TREET -EDICAL FACILITIES SCHOOLS AND SPORTING FACILITIES SET ON M BLOCK &OURTH "EDROOM OR OFlCE AVAILABLE DEPENDING ON INDIVIDUAL NEEDS ,ARGE SHED WITH CONCRETE mOOR LIGHTS AND POWER PROVIDES NUMEROUS OPPORTUNITIES !MPLE UNDER COVER PARKING BEHIND THE SECURITY OF A REMOTE CONTROLLED ROLLERDOOR&ULLYENCLOSEDREARYARD !RRANGEAPERSONALINSPECTIONATA TIMETHATSUITSYOU

2!-#/

 

/&4%.7!.4%$ 3%,$/-/&&%2%$ 5NDER )NSTRUCTIONS FROM !USTRALIAN %XECUTOR 4RUSTEES ,IMITED -ARSCHALL &IRST .ATIONAL IS PLEASED TO OFFER SOUGHT AFTER PROPERTY AT  #ADELL 6ALLEY 2OAD BY PRIVATE TREATY 0ROPERTY FRONTS #ROWN 2ESERVE ADJACENT TO THE -IGHTY -URRAY 2IVER AND CONSISTS OF Mยง %XISTING HOMEISBEDROOMSWITHKITCHEN SEPARATEDININGANDLOUNGEROOM 0OTENTIAL TO BUILD A NEW HOME 34#! ANDUSEEXISTINGHOMEAS GUESTACCOMMODATION&ANTASTIC OPPORTUNITYTOPURCHASEPROPERTYIN THISPRESTIGIOUSANDRARELYOFFERED LOCATION #ALL NOW TO ARRANGE A PERSONALISEDINSPECTION

www.marschall๏ฌrstnational.com.au Serving the district from 2 Coombe Terrace Waikerie

Available 7 Days a week at a time convenient to buyers and sellers

THE MARSCHALL FAMILY

SINCE 1920


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;¢ 21

2,!

#!$%,,

 

75.+!2

 

-/2'!.

 

7!)+%2)%

 

7!)+%2)%

 

-/.!3(

 

2%!$#!2%&5,,9

'%4!7!9&/24(%7%%+%.$

6)35!,)3%

2%.4)3$%!$ '%4!(%!$

34!+%9/52#,!)-

&)234). "%34!$$2%33%$

9OULLNEEDTOBEQUICKTOGRABTHIS BARGAIN )TS AN OLDER STYLE HOME THATNEEDSSOME4,# YETITSGOT HEAPSOFPOTENTIAL3ETONALARGE MBLOCKINAQUIETERLOCATION .OSECONDCHANCESWHENYOUCAN BUYATTHISPRICE YOURMOVE

3ETINAPEACEFULLOCATIONONLYM TOTHE4AVERNISANIDEALRETREATON TWO TITLES WITH A M X M STEEL FRAMED SHED WITH FUNCTIONAL BATHROOM COMBUSTION HEATING AND EVAPORATIVE AIR CONDITIONING !6ISCOUNTCARAVANISNEGOTIABLETO PROVIDESLEEPINGACCOMMODATION ALL THIS ONLY KMS TO THE RIVER AT ,OXTON )F YOU CRAVE PEACE AND TRANQUILLITYBUTTHEBUDGETISTIGHT HEREISYOURALTERNATIVE

3ETMINUTESFROM-ORGANISQUITE LIKELY THE BEST HOMESITE YOU WILL EVERSEE0ERCHEDONTHE-URBKO CLIFFS OVERLOOKING THE RIVER IS A  ACRE MASTERPIECE WITH A M X M SHEDANDSEVERALHOMESITES THISIS SURE TO PLEASE JUST ABOUT ANYONE *USTIMAGINEWATCHINGTHESUNSET OVER THE RIVER FROM YOUR FAVOURITE CHAIR ITCOULDHAPPENFORYOU

7E ALL KNOW RENT MONEY IS DEAD MONEY SO WHY KEEP THROWING GOOD MONEY AFTER BAD "REAK THE CYCLE AND THIS IS THE PERFECT PROPERTY TO DO IT WITH ,OCATED WITHIN QUICK WALKING DISTANCE OF THE MAIN SHOPPING PRECINCT AND SCHOOLS IT IS THE PERFECT FAMILY HOME FOR lRST HOME BUYERS LIKE YOU 3PORTING NO LESS THAN THREE BEDROOMS UNDERCOVER PARKING ROOMANDLOCKUPSHEDDING4HIS ISWELLWORTHTHEPRICE

,OCATED ONLY A SHORT DRIVE TO THE 7AIKERIE 4OWNSHIP AND THE RIVERFRONT AT (OLDER IS THE IDEAL CAMPSITE OR DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY 7ITH M OR APPROXIMATELYANACREOF&REEHOLD LAND WITH GOOD FENCES AND WATER AVAILABLE!LLYOUNEEDTODOISTO INSPECTITFORYOURSELF

3ET IN A RURAL ENVIRONMENT THIS PROSPECT IS A NO BRAINER &IRSTLY THEREISANIMMACULATEBEDROOM FAMILYHOMESETUPFORENTERTAINING ORGROWINGFAMILIESWITHTHEBENElT OF A SECOND  BEDROOM HOME CURRENTLYEARNINGPERWEEKALL ONACRESOFLAND#ENTRALLYLOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE 2IVERLANDS SHOPPINGPRECINCTS

7!)+%2)%

 

).6%34/2334!247)4(-% (ERE IS THE IDEAL PROPERTY TO KICK START YOUR PROPERTY INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO 4HREE BEDROOM TIMBER FRAME HOME LOCATED IN A QUIET STREET SURROUNDED BY SIMILAR PROPERTIES,OWMAINTENANCEFULLY FENCEDREARYARD WITHACCESSFROM THEREARLANE/FFSTREETCARPARKING AVAILABLE AT THE FRONT OF THE HOME %XCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO ENTER THE PROPERTY INVESTMENT MARKET AND HAVE SOMEONE ELSE ASSIST YOU'IVEUSACALLTODISCUSSTHE OPTIONS AVAILABLE WE MAY ALSO HAVEATENANTWAITING

-/2'!.

 

#!$%,,

 

%!39!34()3 3KISEASONISJUSTAPURCHASEAWAY WITHTHISCOMPLETEDESTINATION"RING THEBOATINTOTHESANDYBEACHAFTER LAUNCHING UP THE ROAD RELAX ON THE JETTY ONCEYOUBUILDIT LICENCEISIN PLACEANDSLEEPCOMFORTABLYINONE OF THE  BEDROOMS IN THIS NEAT AND TIDY SHACK ,OCKABLE STORAGE FOR YOURBOATISHERE WHYARENTYOU

2!-#/(43   &!-),9&2)%.$,9 2//-&/2!,,

0%!#%!.$15)%4 #AN YOU PUT A PRICE ON PEACE AND QUIET AND THE BENElTS THEY PROVIDE 7ELL WE HAVE ONLY   IS ALL THAT IS REQUIRED TO SECURE THIS WEEKENDER SET BACK APPROX M FROM A PERMANENT LAGOON ONLY A SHORT DRIVE FROM -ORGANINASECLUDEDLOCATION

!  OR  BEDROOM FAMILY HOME WITH DISTANCE VIEWS OF THE RIVER IN 2AMCO (EIGHTS ON TWO TITLES $OUBLE GARAGE CORNER BLOCK FORMAL LOUNGE DUCTED REVERSE CYCLE AIR CONDITIONING ARE /.,9 3/-%OFTHEFEATURES)NSPECTTO APPRECIATETHEREST

-/2'!.

 

"%%!2,9 /NLY TWO STREETS BACK FROM THE RIVERISTHEIDEALWEEKENDEROFFERING TWOORTHREEBEDROOMS OPENPLAN KITCHEN DINING ROOM AND DIRECT ACCESSTOTHELOUNGE4HEYARDIS BIG ENOUGH FOR A NEW BOAT SHED ANDITISPRICEDTOIMPROVEUPON

-/2'!.

 

%8#%,,%.4,/#!4)/.

#OLONIALSTYLEFREESTONEHOMEONA CONVENIENT WELL FENCED ALLOTMENT WITHINEASYWALKINGDISTANCEOFTHE 2IVER -URRAY SHOPS AND SCHOOL 3UBSTANTIAL HOME CONSISTING OF A 7!)+%2)%   LOUNGE WITH MANTLE AND OPEN lRE PLACE COUNTRY KITCHEN WITH WALL %.*/94(%6)%7 OVEN GRILLANDCERAMICHOTPLATE  !.$4(%,)&%349,% BEDROOMS UNDERCOVERAREAWITH ! SOLID BRICK HOME WITH TILED ROOF PERSONSPAANDLARGEGARAGE ISONOFFERINAIDEALISTICLOCATIONIS AWAITING ITS NEW FAMILY 3PACIOUS -/.!3(   LIVINGAREASENTICEYOUTORELAX WITH .!452%!4)43"%34 A FORMAL LOUNGE DINING ROOM WITH THEKITCHENOFFERINGWALKINPANTRY 7ITH APPROXIMATELY  ACRES OF 4HE MASTER BEDROOM HAS mOOR TO GORGEOUS NATURAL SCRUB YOULL CEILING ROBES WITH OTHER STORAGE BE ABLE TO lND THE PERFECT SPOT OPTIONSINTHEHALLWAY!DDLOCKABLE TO BUILD YOUR OWN SECLUDED HIDE GARAGE WORKSHOP ALL ACROSS THE AWAY /NLY A FEW MINUTES FROM ROAD FROM THE CENTRALISED SPORTING "ERRIAND-ONASH YOURPRIVACYIS STILLGUARANTEED FACILITIESAND(IGH3CHOOL

7!)+%2)%

 

#/--%2#)!,2%!,%34!4% ).6%34-%.4 3HOWING A NET RETURN OF  WITHAVERYLONGTERMCOMMERCIAL LEASE UNTIL  WITH A  YEAR RIGHTOFRENEWAL4HISISAVERYLOW MAINTENANCE BUILDING ON A HUGE M CORNER ALLOTMENT 7OULD COMPAREVERYFAVOURABLYAGAINSTA RESIDENTIALINVESTMENT

35.,!.$3

 

/54/&4/7.7)4(2//-4/-/6% ! SPACIOUS (A OR  ACRES OF &REEHOLD LAND WITH ROOM ENOUGH FOR ANY PURSUIT #URRENTLY THE PROPERTY IS PLANTED TO OLIVES WITH AREA EASILY REMOVED WITH A SUBSTANTIAL  BEDROOM HOME WITH LOUNGE FAMILY ROOM KITCHEN DINING ROOM WITH  BATHROOMS 4HE ADDED BENElTS ARE A SELF CONTAINEDBEDROOMRETREATWITH LOCKABLESHEDATTACHED#LOSETO SCHOOLBUSNOTFARFROMASHOP

-/2'!.

 

/0%./04)/.3 #ANYOUEVERREALLYHAVETOOMUCH RIVERFRONT)DIDNTTHINKSO BUT METRES OF ABSOLUTE RIVER FRONTAGE 4HAT IS A LOT WHAT COULD YOU DO WITH ALL THAT PLUS THE  (A  ACRES IT COMES WITH 7ELL THE2ECREATIONAND4OURISM:ONING HAS SOME POSSIBILITIES ! PRIVATE HOUSEBOAT MOORING YOUR OWN RIVERFRONT CAMPGROUND ITS mEXIBLE 4HE PERMANENT DAM AND ALL THE NATIVE TREES CERTAINLY DONT TAKE ANYTHINGAWAY ITSALLTHEREFORYOU

",!.#(%4/7.   "5),$).'/00/245.)49 #ANT AFFORD A 2IVERFRONT 0ROPERTY BUT WANT TO BE IN A RIVER TOWN M BLOCK OF VACANT LAND AVAILABLE TO BUILD A HOLIDAY HOME OR PERMANENT RESIDENCE .EWER HOMES ARE NEARBY NEIGHBOURS 0OWERANDWATERALSONEARBY

2 Coombe Terrace Waikerie â&#x20AC;¢ PHONE (08) 8541 2777 â&#x20AC;¢ AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK WAIKERIE

3

22 Jacobs Street Price $114,950 Inspect By Appointment

1

2 Contact Marschall First National 8541 2777

RLA 47936

Reduced in price not in features D

ONâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T judge a house from the road. This property has much more to it than meets the eye. Three bedroom home with kitchen/dining and separate lounge. Located in a quiet area of Waikerie within walking distance to Medical Facilities and Town Centre.

This home has everything you could want including a bath and separate shower. Store a small boat or camper trailer in the shed and the car can be kept out of the elements under the 7m x 3.35m carport attached to the side of the house.

Gardens are low maintenance and can be easily fenced to keep children or pets at home. To be sold fully-furnished, vendor taking their personal belongings only. Ideal as a first home or Investment property.

Rates and comparison rates supplied by Riverland Lending Services, 6 Kay Avenue, Berri. Phone 8582 2822.

Home Loan Interest Rates

www.rls.net.au

LENDER

Standard Variable

Basic Variable

3 Years Fixed

5 Years Fixed

ANZ Bank SA BankWest

7.41% (7.52%)

6.71% (6.76%)

7.70% (7.58%)

8.03% (7.79%)

7.43% (7.59%)

6.85% (6.90%)

7.84% (7.71%)

8.19% (7.94%)

7.30% (7.48%)

7.18% (7.19%)

7.79% (7.60%)

8.09% (7.82%)

Commonwealth 7.36% (7.49%) 6.74% (6.74%) ING Bank

6.68% (6.84%)

7.89% (7.65%)

8.19% (7.87%)

6.74% (6.74%)

7.69% (7.04%)

8.04% (7.36%)

NAB

7.24% (7.37%)

6.74% (6.78%)

7.69% (7.50%)

7.99% (7.71%)

Westpac

7.51% (7.64%)

6.81% (6.86%)

7.79% (7.72%)

8.14% (7.93%)

Does your home loan suit your needs? The rate in brackets is the comparison rate for $150,000 over 25 years. The comparison rates apply only to the example given. Different amounts and terms will result in different comparison rates. Costs such as redraw fees or early repayment fees and costs savings such as fee waivers are not included in the comparison rate but may influence the cost of the loan. Interest rates are current as at 17/05/2010 and subject to change. Fees and charges may apply. Terms and conditions available on application.


22 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday May 20, 2010 ADVERTISING FEATURE

Sell, buy or rent..

You’ll find the best Real Estate in the

Quest leads investors to Mildura Australia’s largest, most successful operator in the serviced apartment sector, Quest Serviced Apartments, has made a major investment in Mildura. Quest has built a network of 125 apartment complexes across Australia and New Zealand based on their identification of places corporate travelers most often stay, and Mildura is their latest location. Located on the Murray in northwest Victoria, Mildura is one of Victoria’s leading tourist destinations and Quest Mildura is in a prime location. “Quest coming to Mildura will just be fantastic for the corporate and tourist trade,” according to real estate agent Frank Tierney from Collie and Tierney First National. “The Quest Mildura is a fabulous place to stay,” Frank said, “it is a brand

every week

new building fitted out to the highest standard in a great location”. The real innovation about the new Quest Mildura, is that investors are being invited to share in their investment. “This is a fantastic investment opportunity,” Frank said. “Property has always been a great investment but with an onsite manager and 10 years of guaranteed returns, this is unbeatable model. The initial return is forecast to be 6.25 per cent with increases set at four per cent per annum and a rental review after year five. A guaranteed return takes the worry out of property investment,” Frank said. Collie & Tierney First National encourage potential investors to seek their own legal, financial and commercial advice.

������������������� ���������� ��������������������������� ����������������������������������������

����������������������������������������

�� �������� ���� ����� ������ �������� ��� �� ��������������������������������������������� ������ ������ �������� ����������� ����� ����������������������������������������� ���������� ������������ ���� ����� ����� �� �� �� ������ ����� ����������� ����� ����������� ����� ������ ����������� �������� ������� ��� �������� ��������� � �� �������� ��� ������� ��������� ��� ������ ���� ������ �� ������������������������������������� ������������������������������ �� �������� ������ ������� ������� ����������� ��� ��� ���� ������� ����� �� ������� ������� �� ������ �������� ��� ���������� ��� ����� ��� ������������������������������������������� ������ �� ������� ������ ���������� ��� ������� ������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������� �� ��� �� �������� ��� �� �������� ����� ���� ���������� ������� ������������ �������� ���� �������� ����������� �� ���� ������ ���������� �� ����� ������������ ��������� ���������� ���������� ������������ ���� ����������� ��� ������������������������������� �������������������� �� ������������������������������������������� ����������� ��� ����������� ������� ����� �� ������ �������� ����������� ������ ����� ����������� ��������� �������� �������������� ������������������������ ����������������������������������������� �� ��������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������ ��������� ��� ������������ ������������ ����� ���� ���������������������������������� ������������������������������������

����������������������������������������

����������������������������������������

����������������������������� ����������������������������������������

�������������������������������������������� ������� ������������� ������������

�������������������������������� �������������������������������� ������������������

���������������������������������

���������������������������

������ � �������

�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������


Thursday May 20, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 23

L

Touring special edition Aurion is extra special T

OYOTA has launched a new special edition Aurion with a ‘baker’s dozen’ of added extras at no additional cost. Aurion Touring has 13 additional features, worth more than $2200, at no extra cost compared with entry level Aurion AT-X sedan. The added equipment includes a reversing camera as well as front and rear parking sonar sensors. Quad Cam V6 Aurion deliv-

1

2

3

4

5

ers more power than any other normally aspirated Australian made six-cylinder car with 9.9 litres/100km fuel economy. The 3.5-litre quad-cam V6 develops 200kW of power at 6200rpm and 336Nm of torque at 4700rpm on regular unleaded petrol. Power output rises to 204kW with premium unleaded fuel. The 2010 Aurion Touring has a range of equipment over and above Aurion AT-X.

6

7

8

9

10 11

12 13

14

15

17

18 21

22

23

26

24

27

28

31 33

25 29

35 40

36

37

41

43

52

48

49

45 50

51 53

54 55

38

42

44 47

30

32

34 39

20

56

46

USB and AUX input, dual zone climate control for the air-conditioning, premium four spoke steering wheel, premium gear lever knob and a multi information display (trip computer). All Aurion models, including the Touring special edition, have six airbags, vehicle stability control, traction control, antiskid brakes and an adaptive, six-speed, automatic, sequential-style gearbox. Other standard features include power driver’s seat, cruise

control, power windows and mirrors, remote central locking, dual exhaust outlets and security alarm. Aurion is covered by Toyota Service Advantage, Toyota’s low cost capped price standard scheduled servicing. Aurion AT-X, on which the Touring model is based, has been named best large car in three of the past four years at Australia’s Best Cars awards, judged by the nation’s motoring clubs.

The Weekly Crossword ACROSS

16

19

This includes stylish 17 inch alloy wheels (including alloy spare wheel) with a seven dual spoke design. The special edition model also gains a rear wing spoiler, Sportivo radiator grille, sports headlamps, sports rear combination lamps and sports pedals. Other exterior features on Aurion Touring SE, over and above AT-X, include front fog lamps and rear ‘Touring’ badge. Inside, Aurion Touring has a six-disc CD display audio with

1. Breaking waves 7. Pudding starch 10. Harmful solar ray 11. Vein of ore 12. You (poetic) 13. Unlit 15. Ponder 17. Water scooter, jet ... 18. Rowing aid 20. ... & buts 21. A Nightmare On ... Street 23. Trademan's small truck 24. Operations 26. Indian robe 27. Intervenes, ... in 29. Remain 31. Reach 100°C 32. Proportional, pro ...

33. Blue colour 35. Overwhelming fear 37. Ewe's offspring 39. Sturdy tree 41. Child 42. Rock band's sound booster 43. Fifth month 44. Explosive material (1,1,1) 45. Flower, sweet ... 47. Between 50. Yield 52. Off-limits (2-2) 53. Root vegetables 54. MPs' districts 55. Medicine amount 56. Spotted

DOWN 1. Window ledges 2. More flushedlooking 3. Hopping insect 4. Arduous walk 5. Gorged oneself 6. Rhyme 7. Acts as (example) 8. Non-believer 9. Unfastens 14. Aries zodiac symbol 16. Flying saucer (1,1,1) 18. Endure longer than 19. Photostat copy 22. Tripoli is there 25. Sacred song 26. Our star 27. Sample (wine) 28. Kangaroo pouch 30. Hoodlum

34. Travels by sea 36. Incessant 38. Calm 40. Ornamental carp 42. Historical era 43. Quarried 46. Fire crime 48. Beauty spot 49. Drake's partner 50. Scottish tribe 51. Pigments

Last week’s solution: S UR F I U L T L OD E L D A R S K I A E L M S A R I U BO N A V Y OA K MA Y O I AM I NOGO E E L E DOS E

T O R A V E E K R OA U T S T E I L P A N SO T N D S U T C T O K P

P I O L E MU R F E O P S R A T I C N A T G C E L R A T N

S E T S

A T H E I P S S T A L A MP P D E Y A E S S E

GO P E E N F S A Y O MB E A R MS O E N


24 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday May 20, 2010


,-6$

Thursday May 20, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 25

9œÕÊV>˜½ÌÊ«ÕÌÊ>Ê«ÀˆViʜ˜ÊÃ>viÌÞ s664 )%.').%

&2/-



 

9ARIS92$OOR -ANUAL(ATCH

4HETWINCAMMULTI VALVEENGINE HAS6ARIABLE6ALVE4IMINGWITH )NTELLIGENCE664 I )TGIVES YOUANIDEALBALANCEOFCRISP PERFORMANCEWITHECONOMYAND SURPRISINGLYLOWEMISSIONS 34!.$!2$!#2/33 4(%2!.'%

s%.(!.#%$ 3!&%490!#+ !VAILABLEINTHEENTIRERANGE ASANOPTIONITGIVESYOUSIDE AIRBAGSINTHETWOFRONT SEATSANDFRONTANDREAR CURTAINSHIELDAIRBAGS4HE HATCH<EVENHASADRIVERS KNEEAIRBAG/04)/.!,

s!"3"2!+%3 (ELPSREDUCESKIDDINGAND ENHANCESSTEERINGCONTROL DURINGSUDDENSTOPS"2!+% !33)34n3ENSESAQUICK HARDPUSHONTHEBRAKEPEDAL ANDAUTOMATICALLYRESPONDS 34!.$!2$!#2/33 4(%2!.'%

#ARSHOWNISUSEDFORILLUSTRATIONPURPOSEDONLY

/LD3TURT(IGHWAY"ERRIs

s$2)6%2!.$&2/.4 0!33%.'%2323 !)2"!'3 s4/9/4!3!&% 4 #%,, s%,%#42/.)#"2!+% $)342)"54)/.

BIGRIVERTOYOTACOMAU

CLICKHERE


26 â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010

PRICEEXCLUDESSTATUTORYONROADCOSTS

,-6$

s$UAL!IRBAGS s-0#$0LAYER s7INDOW4INT s%LECTRIC7INDOWS

 



!URION38

s$UAL!IRBAGS s#RUISE#ONTROL sv!LLOY7HEELS s!"3 "RAKE!SSIST

s$UAL!IRBAGS sv!LLOY7HEELS s!"3 "RAKE!SSIST s,OWERED3PRINGS

!-!:).'

 



"ARINA3EDAN A D I FF E RE N T F E E L I N G  

s$UAL!IRBAGS s%LECTRIC7INDOWS s2EAR3POILER s!LLOY7HEELS

2%'3/) !#:

s#LIMATE#ONTROL!IR#ON s2EVERSE0ARK3ENSORS s0USH"UTTON3TART s!"3 "RAKE!SSIST

 

8 4RAIL7AGON

(IACE6AN

s4OW"AR s!"3 "RAKE!SSIST s$UAL!IRBAGS s%LECTRIC3UNROOF

s!IR#ONDITIONING s0OWER3TEERING s4OW"AR s7INDOW4INT



 

2%'8$$ 



2%'8$: 

 

2%'8)! 

s$UAL!IRBAGS s2OOF2AILS s!"3 "RAKE!SSIST s2EMOTE#ENTRAL,OCKING

-AXIMA$EMO



84RAIL7AGON

2%'80: 

 



 



AT

.AVARA34 8 s.UDGE"AR s$UAL!IRBAGS s#RUISE#ONTROL s4OW"AR

s!LLOY"ULL"AR s3NORKEL s!"3 "RAKE!SSIST s4OW"AR

 



-).54% .O$EPOSIT&INANCE

/LD3TURT(IGHWAY"ERRIs

!VAILABLETOAPPROVEDCUSTOMERS

CLICKHERE

BIGRIVERTOYOTACOMAU

EXPLORE with NISSAN SU V â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

DUALIS ST Auto Wagon ,TRKM 6EHICLE$YANMIC#ONTROL6$# 3TAR!.#!02ATING 2AIN3ENOR7IPERS !UTOMATIC (EADLIGHTS4I-ODEL/NLY 9EARn(OUR 2OADSIDE!SSIST

 

&ROM

$RIVEAWAY

$

1000

FREE FUEL



&ROM

  $RIVEAWAY

X-TRAIL ST 4x2 Manual Wagon ,TRKMMANUAL !LL-ODEXI SYSTEM #LEVER3TORAGE)DEAS &RONT3EATBELT0RETENSIONERS 9EAR HOUR2OADSIDE!SSIST

A D I FF E RE N T F E E L I N G   s/LD3TURT(IGHWAY "ERRI

&ORMORECARS CHECKOUT

WWWBIGRIVERNISSANCOMAU

%.'+:

2%'80+ 

 



0RADO7AGON

0RE OWNED VEHICLES

-AZDA3EDAN s$UAL!IRBAGS s!"3 "RAKE!SSIST s2EMOTE#ENTRAL,OCCKING s7INDOW4INT

 



2%'8.* 

 



2%'8+# 

+IA3EDAN

2%'3 !#7

 



2%'3 !"5

s$UAL!IRBAGS s!"3 "RAKE!SSIST s#RUISE#ONTROL s4RACTION#ONTROL

2%'8/0 

+LUGER7AGON

2AV7AGON


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;¢ 27

)&9/5/.,9'/4//.%%6%.44()39%!2 -!+%352%)434()3/.%

2IO3  #$2)6%!7!9

#ERATO3

&ROM 

&ROM

!    $2)6%!7!9 

7OFPOWER I0OD§CONNECTIVITY WHEELDISCBRAKESWITH!"3 SPEAKERAUDIOWITH0OWER"ASS 323AIRBAGS +OUPAVAILABLEFOR  2%'3!%,

ACCESSORYGIFTCARDTOGOWITHTHESALE OFANY+IA 2IO #ERATO 3OULOR3PORTAGE

,PERKMS$ !IRCONDITIONING &RONT323AIRBAGS -0#$PLAYER "LUETOOTH§CONNECTIVITY

0RICESDONOTINCLUDE'OVERNMENT3TAMP$UTY

3TARTALONGDISTANCERELATIONSHIPWITH +IASUNLIMITEDKILOMETER YEARWARRANTY

HASBEENAWARDEDTHE0RESIDENTS'OLD!WARD FOR!5342!,)!3"%34252!,$%!,%23()0 +IA3OUL7AGON(ATCH

&ROM

#ERATO+OUP "$2)6%!7!9

&ROM

 #$2)6%!7!9

0OWERFULLITRE6 $UAL323AIRBAGS !"3BRAKESWITH%"$ !IR CONDITIONING #RUISECONTROL %303TABILITYCONTROL

0õFSFOET"QSJM PSXIJMFTUPDLTMBTU0õFSDBOOPUCFSFDFJWFEJODPOKVODUJPOXJUI BOZPUIFSTBMFQSPNPUJPO/FXWFIJDMFTNVTUCFEFMJWFSFEQSJPSUPUIFPõFSEBUF,JBSFTFSWFT UIFSJHIUUPFYUFOEBOZPõFS0õFSFYDMVEFTnFFUBOEHPWFSONFOUCVZFST 6OMJNJUFELNZFBSXBSSBOUZGPSQSJWBUFCVZFSTPOMZ/PUFZFBS LNXBSSBOUZGPS DPNNFSDJBM nFFU HPWFSONFOUBOESFOUBMWFIJDMFTJ1PE¥JTBSFHJTUFSFEUSBEFNBSLPG"QQMF *OD#MVFUPPUI¥JTBSFHJTUFSFEUSBEFNBSLPG#MVFUPPUI4*("3FDPNNFOEFEESJWFBXBZQSJDF 

,3PD-ANUAL !IRCONDITIONING &RONTANDSIDE!IR"AGS 0OWER7INDOWS #ENTRAL,OCKING

CARS FOR THE REAL WORLD

$FSBUP4NBOVBM NPEFMZFBS#3FDPNNFOEFEESJWFBXBZQSJDF 4QPSUBHF-9NBOVBM  NPEFMZFBS$3FDPNNFOEFEESJWFBXBZQSJDF 3JP-9-NBOVBM NPEFMZFBS %"%3DPNCJOFEDZDMF&3FDPNNFOEFEESJWFBXBZQSJDF (SBOE$BSOJWBM&9&-8# BVUPNBUJD NPEFMZFBS'3FDPNNFOEFEESJWFBXBZQSJDF 4PSFOUP4JBVUPNBUJDQFUSPM *8"V,."6%14"" 'JOEZPVSOFBSFTUEFBMFSBULJBDPNBVPSDBMM

LCON8, ORD!5))&A &     7 S,83EDAN B5TILITY73 #RUISE U A C RC O E & P U RD 3 O & !# L ,3 3PD!UTO 3PD-ANUA

TR  N )

, & A  D % E   3  8 RATO% 8'! LID .% +IA#E 3PD-ANUAL TOW"AR HARD KS ER #RUISE / TE  3 0 ,

TR # # , ! ! 4  OO 73&)%3 830 #$0LAYER " "OOKS .%2

7 2 % / &/2$ !#+,TR  % . . 7 / /

 E  KM   $R(!4#(3 03TEER #RUISE ER !# CRUIS EAR   TE  3 0 830

S K

O N O # O 9 " IO,8(ATCH 7.%2 7AG AGS  3 2 B , IR IA L A A 3PDAUTO ! ERPACK 4AILORED + 3  IV 2  RN  3 A  R

OW #$PLAYE +IA# !UTO /.%/ PD #$0LAYER P MLINE7EATHER   ,TR 3PD ,TR6 3 NG    TY OWER  N  A  LI RR  A 3 +

# 7 8 TEERI ERING !# 0 3 ATS TE R P E 3 3 R W SEATCOVERS D  E O U 2 W 0 O

8

0 )) # S FF0LATE ALCON"& -ANUAL ! ACK 3HIELDS 3CU &ORD& TR 3PD LAYER 4OW0 L 0ACK "OOKS 0 D #

S K O , O A  " TR  N ' E # S # ! K R

 O ATE "O 3 TEER

  F2ACK 3E TO !# 03 O U O ! 2 L EDAN A  TI  N Y E

 D U  O  3EQ YER " GENTIS%83 LA A 0  $ G IA # IN

 + K N 2  C IO  O 8  '&ALCON 823USPENS RAVELLED+LM ,  3PD!UTO &ORD& +,TR82 ,TR  4 #  LY .  OYS N 8 / R

E IL # O ! 3P ISE !# !LL 7$ RU ! # K C R

E A TE TB 3EDAN3 TO /.%/7.%2 3 U R / 0W PPER U   3UBARU "$,TR( W0ACK (O O 4 R

E Y 6#4 3PD! !# CRUISE 0OWER  LA )! 0 ! ( $  NT # )2,!.%' YS 7AGON3 3PD!UTO !# AT#OVERS&RO E 3 RS E "!))&! ,TR 3PD "OOKS !LLO R TOWPACK TECH P  P  TO R

3 YE  "OXER-OTO R4RIM &ACTORY PACK #$PLA 3%$!.8'' TEER #RUISE E TH A   E , R

 E  TE CE 3 03   TY N A RR A PACK 2ODEO3PA !UTO !# 0 ER WINDOWTINT 7 8 R , A E N E 9  LD

O S Y ( Y !LLO  YS #$0LA ,TR4 Y   DAN !LLO R3EATS &ULL3ERVICE CRUISER4RA 654 BOOKS E D 8 N 3  A 4 B , A 8 # N TA O O Y LC O E '&A ,EATH 4 D-ANUAL

,TR %2 "OOK &ORD& TR SPDAUTO $IESEL 3P Y TOWBAR 5(& /.%/7. ERIES843 RY 3  TO ,  IS  P ( 

TO # OP L ! R 3!$ 03TEER CAN RAKECONTROLLER G #$PLAYE 3PD-ANUA NSION  N   RI L

E

 E  TE S  S IE  R $ E W ICB USPE W !# PO IGHTS RADIO ELECTR RIER',#RE (IGHRISES U R

K E O C A TE # P ( 3 AR $RIVINGL H 0 0 C B LL  TE RD U  B L

  E  L

 TE E ALLOYS  S S &O Y IE !2" MINIUMTRA ,TR4$ N AB8&3 R TOW !LU   O E # G TE A 3   7 0 3

W , # L RE RNIVA A ANUAL ! ER8,# # G N M IA A D + E

2 E  * P TO  U  3 0  &ORD #2$) 6 3PD! ER #RUISE ACK BEDLIN 4,TR !"- 2 , P 3 8 TROL  8  B A # 7.% R CRUISECON TEM E / %  TE  . 3

 / 0  L

A  # U  N ! 3PD-A OWER

!LARM3YS ISTORY AIR P G NTRALLOCKING H E E C IC RV E S LL FU KIN

CENTRALLOC   STEERING #$ IMMACULATE M K   ONLY    CONDITION

839929 8 1 4 0 H A | 4 7262 PHONE 858 XTON O L , E C A R R 3 EAST TE

D R O & D N A L R E V I   2      (  ) !  0(/.% /84/. , % # ! 2 2 %!344%  ,-6$


28 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday May 20, 2010

Congratulations to the Rosenthal family. A proud Riverland business with over 64 years association with Holden.

Commodore International >SIDI Direct Injection V6 >6-speed automatic >18" alloy wheels# >Rear park assist >Leather appointed seats >Bluetooth®

Commodore Runout on now! With the Holden Owner’s Grant from only

$34,990

Driveaway, no more to pay*

As shown with metallic paint

$35,490

1

Driveaway, no more to pay*

Cruze CD >Fuel economy from just 7.0L/100km◊ >Electronic Stability Control (ESC) >6 airbags including side curtain airbags >Cruise control >USB & iPod® compatibility Ý >Automatic headlamps #

Alloy wheels for a limited time.

With the Holden Owner’s Grant from only

$22,990

2

Driveaway, no more to pay*

Electric sunroof for a limited time.

ABS & alloy wheels# for a limited time.

With the Holden Owner’s Grant from only

$13,9903

Excess stock to clear!

Driveaway, no more to pay*

Barina 3 door hatch

Captiva 7 LX

>Zippy 1.6L engine >Dual front & side impact airbags >CD audio with MP3 ‘plug & play’ >Steering wheel mounted audio controls >Front power windows & mirrors

>3.2L V6 engine or 2.0L Turbo Diesel >5-speed automatic with Active Select >7 seats >Leather appointed seats >Integrated satellite navigation >USB input >18" alloy wheels#

Ute Runout on now!

B Bonus $500 ffactory cashback.^

With the Holden Owner’s Grant from only

With the Holden Owner’s Grant from only

Driveaway, no more to pay* D

Driveaway, no more to pay* D

$35,9905

$32,990

As shown with metallic paint 4

SV6 Ute

$33,490

Driveaway, no more to pay*

>210kW SIDI Direct Injection V6 >Electronic Stability Control (ESC) >6 airbags including side curtain airbags >18" alloy wheels# >Sports suspension & body kit >Bluetooth®

Colorado LX 4x4 Crew Cab Pick Up >360Nm 3.0L Turbo Diesel >Dual front airbags >ABS >4x4 shift-on-the-fly >3 tonne towing capacity >Air conditioning >Power windows & mirrors

For more great offers visit holden.com.au/latestoffers Things you need to know: 1. Max. sale price for Commodore International. 2. Max. sale price for Cruze CD petrol manual. 3. Max. sale price for Barina 3 door hatch manual. 4. Max. sale price for SV6 Ute manual. 5. Max. sale price for Colorado LX 4x4 Crew Cab Turbo Diesel Pick Up manual. Offers available on models delivered before 31/05/10, unless extended, or while stocks last at participating Holden Dealers. Holden reserves the right to change or extend these offers. Not available with other offers. Private or ABN buyers only. *Recommended driveaway price includes 12 months private registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance, dealer delivery and stamp duty. #Steel spare wheel. Bluetooth® is a registered trademark and logo of Bluetooth® SIG, Inc. Check holden.com.au to determine your phone’s compatibility. ◊Fuel economy for manual only based on ADR 81/02 testing for combined urban/extra urban driving. Fuel consumption depends on factors such as traffic conditions, vehicle condition, vehicle load and your driving style. iPod® is a registered trademark of Apple Computer Inc. ÝNot all portable music devices or USBs are supported by the infotainment system. Please check with your Holden Dealer. ^$500 factory cashback is a discount off the final price at the time of purchase of a new Colorado from your Holden Dealer until 31/05/10. HRE0527_FP10_B_RW


Thursday May 20, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 29

Old Sturt Highway, Berri

! S IE R O S S E C C A E E R F 00 $5 S NEW & USED! - PLU ON ALL MARKED CARS IN STOCK SOLD FOR 30 DAYS ONLY!

NEW HOLDEN was

is

s rie

*ALL 4X4 Colarados get $500 CASH BACK - PLUS $500 Free ACCESSORIES - PLUS HUGE DISCOUNTS - PLUS ABN holders get GST CLAIM

save accebsosonus

CHALLENGERS PAJEROS

VE SEDANS

s rie

was

is

save accebsosonus

NEW HYUNDAI was

is

saveaccebsosonus

NEW MAZDA BT50’S COLARADO 4x4 Petrol

NEW MITSUBISHI was

VE WAGONS

is

ies

b

COLT VE UTES

3’s

save accesosonrus

6’s

LANCERS

2’s

CAPTIVAS

s rie

GETZ’s

EXPRESS VAN TRITONS (ABN holders)

i30’s CRUZES

Elantra EPICA

Santa fe

OUTLANDERS AWD

COLORADOS 4x4 Turbo Diesel

iLoad

USED CARS

was

is

save

es ori ss ce nus c a bo

USED CARS

was

is

save

es ori ss s ce ac bonu

USED CARS

Holden

Toyota

Hyundai

Ford Mazda

www.rosenthals.com.au

Nissan

was

is

save

es ori ss ce nus c a bo


30 â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010

CHARLIEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S SPORTS GOSS WITH GRAHAM CHARLTON

The Riverlandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most authoritative sports commentator ...

Local success at Waikerie Horse Trials THERE are some very tired people amongst the small group that, despite their event clashing with a number of others elsewhere, organised yet another successful two days of Waikerie Horse Trials last weekend. This was the 28th year of this annual event that involves dressage and showjumping on the Saturday and cross country on the Sunday and this time it attracted 116 horse/rider combinations from across SA and from Victoria. Eight grades are held, four senior and four junior on the Saturday and a number of competitors from this region performed impressively. In adult level five, Renmark Horse and Pony Clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gill Beeson, with Matzura Karizma, finished third, Cara Beeson (Cas Regal Ray), fifth, and Dereck Clark (Ellie), sixth, while Peter Hopewell (Ishma) from Waikerie, filled fourth position. Another Renmark club entrant Jamie Butters (Tequila) was sec-

â&#x2013; JUMP: A rider leaps over an obstacle during the Waikerie Horse Trials recently.

ond in pony club five, the Pee-Wee Memorial, while in the same event, Tilly Maywald, Waikerie, riding Moroccan Coco, was third. Kerry Micke, from Waikerie Horse and Pony Club, rode Boongala

Scarlett into fifth position in adult level three and in pony club four, the Little John Memorial, Brianna Dowling (Kelshar Chilli), from Renmark, ended up fifth. Many of the riders are members of the Riverland

and Mallee Trail Ride Club. Other locals to take part included Monika Drewett (Waikette All Stubby) and Tessa Weidmann (Blue Velvet), from the host club, and from Renmark, Kimberley

Yates riding Pilot. If ever there is an example of what a small, dedicated committee can achieve with valued support from a group of volunteers and generous sponsors, this is it. Congratulations.

Neighbourly off roaders THESE Off road racing people are really a very neighbourly lot. Patrick Byrne, who with Nick Galliford as navigator was the outright winner of the Richard Bennett Memorial Enduro at Parilla on Sunday, owns a property that neighbours the off road track. The Onkaparinga Ramblers Car Club event, round two of the SA Multi Club series, was Byrneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first outright win in such a race. He drives a V8 Chev powered performance 2WD Ford Ranger. Second outright were Super 1650 class winners Danny Attwood and Peter and James Tamblyn, but they only finished seconds ahead of the extreme 2WD Richard Bennett truck owned by former Riverlander John Schultz (Adelaide) with his wife Margaret and his cousin David Schultz (from the Waikerie-Riverland Club) as navigators. Schultz purchased this vehicle complete with an impressive winning record in early 2009 and looks set to maintain that high standard after taking out the extreme 2WD class. James, Sarah and Matthew Copeland also represented the Waikerie-Riverland Club and finished second to Toby Reimann and Blake Smith in pro-buggies. The local club will now have members at two major events, the Finke Desert race and Sea Lake Mallee Shield, over the June long weekend. At last reports, Scott Schiller, Brad Gallard and Geoff Row look like tackling Finke, with John Schultz, James Copeland and, if his vehicle is ready, Lindsay Foster off to Sea Lake. Of special interest at WaikerieRiverland is the recent realisation that their 2010 Enduro will in fact represent the 30th anniversary of the club. Efforts are being made to have previous winners of the event return for the occasion.

Last minute bowls winners

"//+./7FOR YOURNEXTFUNCTION ONBOARD@-ISSY

CALL in the stewards! A team put together at the last minute has prevailed in the prestigious Paul Giles lawn bowls event held last weekend at the Renmark Bowling Club. Twenty six teams from as far away as Western Australia took part in what is a very tough two day menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fours competition. Other teams were from Victoria, NSW and from all over SA. The winning team comprised Mal Albanese and Ken Knight, from Renmark RSL, who teamed up with Don Bryant and Jody Cole, from Renmark. Runners-up for the event

â&#x2013; VICTORS: Jody Cole (left), Don Bryant, Ken Knight and Mal Albanese won the Paul Giles Fours Event. were another composite team with Ron Phillips, Trevor Schultz and Ses Venema,

from Renmark, joining up with David Bollenhagen, previously from Lyrup.

THE0ARTY"OAT ,OCAL&OOTYCOMESTO,IFE

4(%

&ILTER =9LMJAF? 4UNEINTOEACHWEEKTOHEARTHE!'RADE h#ASHmOW-ANAGER -ATCHOFTHE7EEKvBROADCAST WITHUPDATESFROMALLTHE OTHERMATCHES

s$AYTOURSs,ONG3HORTTOURS s3PECIALOCCASIONSs#ELEBRATIONTOURS s3OCIALCLUBFUNCTIONSs&UNDRAISINGFUNCTIONS

0HONEs HOUSEBOATADVENTURECOMAU

/.,9/.

2OB-C,EAN *ASON%VANS 2IVERLAND ,IFE&-

PM&2)$!93 $RIVE4IME 0(/.% WWWRIVERLANDLIFEORGAU




Thursday May 20, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 31 We travel well, it’s not new to us so it doesn’t mean any more or less than any other game. ~ Mick Malthouse.

36

The number of Tour of the Riverland cycling events organised by Barry Skinner.

New supporters on board make for notable changes to

Hat tricks easy as one, two, three

Region’s big cycle tour The 36th annual Riverland Cycling Weekend to be held on May 29 and 30 has a number of familiar aspects about it. The Berri Resort Hotel is hosting the event for the 36th year and Norwood Cycling Club’s Barry Skinner being race director for the same time are included. However, there are a couple of notable changes. Local accounting and wealth management firm PRP Group are on board as a major sponsor and member for Chaffey Mr Tim Whetstone is now the event’s ambassador to acknowledge the assistance he has given in making the 2010 weekend organisation easier. A total of $20,000 in cash and prizes is up for grabs. On Saturday, the weekend’s main race, the 79 kilometre handicap Tour of the Riverland starts at 2.30pm at the Berri Hotel and travels to Loxton, Berri and Renmark to finish at Berri Direct/Big River Toyota outside Berri. The winners and fastest time prizes are both valued at $4000. A 38 kilometre junior under 17 handicap event also starts at the hotel at 1.30pm and finishes at Salena Estate. On Saturday night, the open and junior (under 17) Riverland Roller Champion

IT HAS rained hat tricks in the opening three rounds of the 2010 soccer season. Amongst them has been a hat trick of hat tricks by promising under 16 Berri River Rangers player Marcus Drogemuller. That’s right, three games, three goals in each. And another 3x3 of a different variety occurred in last Sunday’s victory by Renmark Olympic, 9-0 over Barmera Gold in the men’s A grade. George Gillings, Hari Singh and Nick Spinks all scored three goals. All games were decided by comfortable margins in Sunday’s round, as Barmera Black

■ FINISH LINE: Last year’s winner of the Tour of the Riverland Chris Luxton celebrates his win ahead of Graham Rootes and local hero Matt Benson. Photo: FILE ships are part of the presentation dinner at the Berri Resort Hotel. Then on Sunday, the hotel is again the starting point for two 37 kilometre handicap races, open and junior. The juniors start at 8.45am and the open class at 10. Both again finish near Berri Direct. A presentation barbecue lunch at noon at the Berri Resort Hotel concludes the weekend. Entries to this year’s tour

do not close until this Sunday and it is known that the 2008 and 2009 first and fastest in the race, Chris Luxton and Russell Gill, will be back and that they are bringing good current form with them. Also of interest will be the appearance of four Korean women, Hee Joo Rhee, Myoung-Hee Kim, Seonha Yu and Suhyeon Kim. The group come from a party of five cyclists from Korea who are being hosted by Cycling SA from February to October this year, training

end oF p r FINANCIAL aYEAR DEALS! h S

scored 10 goals for the second outing in a row in beating Loxton 10-0 and Rangers outpointed Renmark Development 4-0. However, as one experienced observer noted, “none of the results were a true indication of the spirit and contest produced by the underdog, nor the opportunities they had to score. Expect the competition to even up as some of those defeated clubs settle down”. This Sunday’s matches are at Berri. Rangers meet Barmera Gold and Barmera Black-Renmark Development in the 1.15pm time slot then at 3pm, it is Loxton against Olympic.

Linton’s an ace

and racing as part of a joint venture coaching program. Meanwhile, 10 Riverland riders took part in the 20th Bob Francis Memorial race on Lindsay Point Road, Paringa, on Sunday. Former leading local cyclist John Danvers was back in the area from Adelaide and competed in the event to be first to the line after a keenly contested journey. Lee Stevens finished next for first local line honours followed by Chris Gartery, Glen O’Brien and Ruth Strout.

WHILE his wife Nicole enjoyed a good day with her greyhounds at Gawler, Linton Price continued to be successful in his latest challenge with 550cc speedboats. Already recognised as a dinghy derby ‘ace’, Linton won three out of three races at a meeting at the Adelaide Speedboat Club and now, since taking up 550cc racing, he has a phenomenal record being unbeaten in 16 starts.

But he is about to face his biggest test yet when he takes on the heavyweights of the class at Mildura on Saturday next weekend in the Australian championships. Excited at the prospect of taking on the best, the relative newcomer to the sport looks likely to be joined by a much more established local boat and crew, Brian Jeffrey with Bondage and his driver, Chris Philp.

5-STAR QUALITY FROM EVERY ANGLE

new M{ZD{ 2 neo 5-door

EFNN@K?1 ;PE8D@:JK89@C@KP:FEKIFC E<NJKPC@E>8E;KI@D

LIMITED STOCK

(%,c`ki\(-M;F?:J$MK\e^`e\ ,$jg\\[dXelXc 8`i$Zfe[`k`fe`e^ Gfn\in`e[fnjXe[d`iifij ;lXc]ifekX`iYX^j 89Jn`k_<9;Xe[YiXb\Xjj`jk =l\c\]ÔZ`\eZp-%+C&(''bdÓ Gcljd\kXcc`Z&d`ZXgX`ekXkef\okiXZ_Xi^\ now from only

SPORT

FREE UPGRADE 5 DOORs FOR PRICE OF 3

GETZ FROM

$12,990 DRIVE AWAY A

ECONOMY

$16,990 ~

AUSTRALIA’S FAVOURITE ECONOMICAL CAR1 6.1L/100km^ Bluetooth Immobiliser & alarm Remote keyless entry Full size spare Air Con with pollen filter

DRIVEAWAY

M{ZD{ 3 neo Now With Cruise Control and 6 airbags as Standard! )%'c`ki\(-M;F?:J$MK\e^`e\ ;peXd`ZJkXY`c`kp:fekifc KiXZk`fe:fekifcJpjk\d Gfn\in`e[fnjXe[d`iifij 89Jn`k_<9;Xe[YiXb\Xjj`jk :;GcXp\iDG*ZfdgXk`Yc\  Ki`gZfdglk\i 8`i$Zfe[`k`fe`e^ Gcljd\kXcc`Z&d`ZXgX`ekXkef\okiXZ_Xi^\

from only

$23,490 * DRIVEAWAY

$

M{ZD{ CX-7 the suv that’s feature packed

22,990 DRIVE AWAY

$

B

19,990 DRIVE AWAY C

lE

$

ILOAD FROM

28,990 DRIVE AWAY D

ABN HOLDERS ONLY

TOUGH

2009 BEST VAN OF THE YEAR4 2.4 CVVT Cam engine 10.1L/100km^ Twin sliding doors Air con with pollen filter 5 year 160,000km warranty ABS with EBD

ILOAD FROM

2.5 TURBO DIESEL OPTION AVAILABLE

I 35

F

#

SANTA FE

$

ALL NEW MODEL ALL NEW MODEL

DRIVEAWAY

DESIGN

ABN HOLDERS ONLYF

ALL NEW MODEL TOUGH DE G IS

N

2009 BEST VAN OF THE YEAR4 2.4 CVVT Cam engine 10.1L/100km^ Twin sliding doors Air con with pollen filter 5 year 160,000km warranty ABS with EBD

Grab a slice of the actIon and the

POWER! 4x2 TURBO DIESEL CAB CHASSIS N@K?1 )%,c`ki\ZfddfeiX`ckliYf[`\j\c\e^`e\ ,$jg\\[dXelXc I\dfk\Z\ekiXccfZb`e^ 8CCFPKI8P 8CCFPN?<<CJ ;lXc]ifekX`iYX^j 8`i$Zfe[`k`fe`e^ GFN<IN@E;FNJ :;gcXp\iDG*ZfdgXk`Yc\n`k_8lo`eglk 8E;D@IIFIJ )%),Kfee\Kfn`e^ZXgXZ`kp"

28,990 DRIVE AWAY I 35 D

SAFET

BT-50

FOR PEACE OF MIND NO MATTER WHAT ROAD YOU TAKE

2.5 TURBO DIESEL OPTION AVAILABLE

$22,990 µ

hyundai.com.au/offers or call 1800 186 306

DRIVEAWAY

Rosenthal Hyundai

BROKEN HILL FAR WEST HYUNDAI 8087 2311 CHELTENHAM MAUGHAN THIEM HYUNDAI 8300 1200 CLARE JIM BEST HYUNDAI 8842 2977 INGLE FARM STILLWELL HYUNDAI 8262 6916 KADINA J.H. ROSEWARNE 8821 1111 MT BARKER MAUGHAN THIEM HYUNDAI 8393 6170

ROSENTHAL MAZDA LMVD p46

BERRI 8582 3644

K_`jX[m\ik`j\d\ek`jXdXel]XZkli\iËjX[m\ik`j\d\ekXe[m\_`Zc\jdljkY\Yfl^_k]ifd[\Xc\ij%uI\Zfdd\e[\[;i`m\XnXpGi`Z\]fiDXq[X),$[ffiE\fdXelXc%5=l\cZfejldgk`feÔ^li\jXi\YXj\[fe8;I/(&')k\jk i\jlckj ]fi k_\ DXq[X) ,$[ffi E\f dXelXc% ! I\Zfdd\e[\[ ;i`m\XnXp Gi`Z\]fiDXq[X* E\f dXelXc#J\[Xe fi?XkZ_%  I\Zfdd\e[\[;i`m\XnXpGi`Z\]fi:O$.:cXjj`ZXlkf%µ I\Zfdd\e[\[ ;i`m\XnXpGi`Z\]fi DXq[X9K$,'+o):XY:_Xjj`jdXelXc%"9iXb\[kfn`e^ZXgXZ`kpjlYa\ZkkfJkXk\fiK\ii`kfipi\^lcXk`fejXe[jlYa\ZkkfdXel]XZkli\iËjjg\Z`ÔZXk`fej%

MT GAMBIER BARRY MANEY HYUNDAI 8721 3412 MURRAY BRIDGE MURRAY BRIDGE HYUNDAI 8532 1177 NAILSWORTH STILLWELL HYUNDAI 8349 3300 NURIOOTPA BAROSSA HYUNDAI 8562 1555 PORT AUGUSTA AUGUSTA HYUNDAI 8642 3066 PORT LINCOLN H.V. MOTORS 8682 1600

Berri 8582 3644

,.)))D

RENMARK 8586 6626

MY09 RUNOUT

2009 MOST ECONOMICAL CAR TO OWN AND RUN3 2.0 petrol 7.2L/100km^ iPod® & USB connectivity ESP Stability Control with Traction Control ABS with EBD Glovebox drinks cooler Full size spare

2009 ECO CAR OF THE YEAR2 2.0 petrol 7.3L/100km^ 1,395L of luggage space iPod® & USB connectivity 6 airbags ESP Stability Control Luggage net Roof rails

)%,c`ki\(-M;F?:J$MK\e^`e\ ,$jg\\[8Zk`m\dXk`Z (.`eZ_Xccfpn_\\cj :c`dXk\ZfekifcX`i$Zfe[`k`fe`e^ -$[`jZ:;gcXp\iDG*ZfdgXk`Yc\  =ifek#j`[\Xe[ZlikX`eX`iYX^j I\m\ij`e^ZXd\iX ;peXd`ZJkXY`c`kp:fekifc :il`j\Zfekifc Gcljd\kXcc`Z&d`ZXgX`ekXkef\okiXZ_Xi^\

A i30 HATCH FROM s t y

wagon

CLASSIC

$36,990

i30cw FROM

LMVD 46

PORT PIRIE PIRIE HYUNDAI 8632 3557 REYNELLA REYNELLA HYUNDAI 8387 9000 ST MARYS ADRIAN BRIEN HYUNDAI 8374 5444 VIC.HARBOR MCILROY HYUNDAI 8552 1255 WHYALLA PETER KITTLE HYUNDAI 8645 4800

Renmark 8586 6626

Conditions: All cars must be ordered and delivered between 1st April and 30th June 2010. Offer valid at participating dealers on existing dealer stock while stocks last. Offers exclude fleet, rental and govt. buyers and vehicles used for commercial purposes. Hyundai reserves the right to change, supersede or extend these offers. The 5 Year/ unlimited kilometre warranty is only applicable to vehicles used for private and domestic use and is not applicable for vehicles used for certain high mileage commercial purposes i.e. courier, security and rental cars. iPod® is a registered trademark of Apple Computer Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc ^ADR 81/02 fuel consumption will vary depending on a combination of driving habits, road conditions and condition of vehicle. #Available on Elite and Highlander models only. † Available on Highlander model only. 1. Source VFACTS February 2010. 2. Awarded to i30cw wagon CRDi by ECO Car magazine. 3. Most Economical Small Car to Own and Run 2009 awarded by NRMA to i30 SX 2.0. 4. Awarded to iLoad van range by Delivery magazine. A) Campaign price for Getz 1.4, 5 door manual. B) Campaign price for i30cw wagon 2.0 SX manual. C) Campaign price for MY09 i30 2.0 SX manual. While stocks last. D) Campaign price for iLoad 3 seater petrol manual. Applies to ABN holders only. E) Santa Fe R 2010 Highlander model displayed. Metallic/mica paint extra. F) ix35 Highlander model displayed. Metallic/mica paint extra. HMCA1359/FPC/AA


32 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday May 20, 2010

SPORT Riverland Football League

- T. Roe, N. Rosenzweig .

Under 15

A Grade Berri 16.19 (115) d Loxton North 10.5 (65). Best: Berri - L. Pearson, C. Scholefield, P. Safralidis. Loxton North - B. Mules, J. Nelson, M. Scott. Goals: Berri - K. Harwood, C. Scholefield 3, P. Safralidis, J. Sutherland, D. Fromm, S. Raeder, D. Hankin 2. Loxton North - D. Saint 3, A. Cook, D. Proud 2, J. Proud, B. Wehrmuller, T. Arnold. Waikerie 15.13 (103) d Loxton 12.6 (78). Best: Waikerie - A. Bachmann, D. Stevens, N. Tape. Loxton - B. Manuel, B. Manuel, R. Liddle. Goals: Waikerie - C. Hawke 5, B. Venning, T. Hyde 3, T. Bevan 2, C. Wilson, A. Thompson. Loxton - P. Smith, B. Manuel 3, N. Uren, R. Liddle 2, R. Mitchell, K. Smith. Barmera Monash 25.20 (170) d Renmark 7.4 (46). Best: Barmera Monash - M. Smart, J. Smith, T. Smitham. Renmark – J. Rowe, M. Camplin, J. Collinson. Goals: Barmera Monash - S. Puecker 10, M. Leigh 4, M. Smart, M. Middleton, T. Wilson 2, T. Swanbury, C. Bonney, B. McPherson, M. Leyson, J. Smith. Renmark - P. Hooper 2, N. Farr, B. Pitt, R. Menz, N. Carr, J. Smedley.

B Grade Barmera Monash 8.17 (65) d Renmark 8.3 (51). Best: Barmera Monash - J. Barker, D. Warren, D. Packer. Renmark - A. Mills, A. Rothe, D. Lellmann. Goals: Barmera Monash - S. Mathew 3, W. Swinstead, D. Packer, D. Warren, S. Sumner, J. Broughton. Renmark - A. Dunhill 3, A. Mills, K. Collinson, D. Clark, M. Lewan, T. Clayton. Waikerie 19.15 (129) d Loxton 0.9 (9). Best: Waikerie - J. Walding, B. Hoad, J. Dellazoppa. Loxton - J. Nickolai, C. Fielke, S. Westbrook. Goals: Waikerie E. Richardson 4, S. Liebich 3, B. Hoad, M. McDonald, S. Feist, C. Eustice 2, D. Golding, B. Gay, F. Twigden, B. Haynes. Loxton North 9.9 (63) d Berri 8.8 (56). Best: Loxton North - D. Hampel, B. Miller, C. Kropinyeri. Berri - M. Golding, D. Haines, D. Centofanti. Goals: Loxton North - B. Miller 3, T. Dubrich, J. Koch 2, D. Hampel, J. Albrecht. Berri - A. Karner, J. Peltz 3, K. Barber 2.

Under 18 Berri 11.8 (74) d Loxton North 8.5 (53). Best: Berri - R. Langcake, K. Brand, J. Woolston. Loxton North - T. Thiele, T. Andrews, B. Schulz. Goals: Berri K. King, C. Trifonoff 3, J. Rogers 2, K. Brand, R. Langcake, B. Dolling. Loxton North - B. Walter 3, T. Graetz, J. Cramner, N. Francis, T. Thiele, M. Koch. Waikerie 12.8 (80) d Loxton 6.8 (44). Best: Waikerie - J. Haines, J. Hahn, T. Brock. Loxton - E. Pontt, T. Flight, K. Reynolds. Goals: Waikerie - J. Haines 5, J. Hahn 3, M. Singh, G. Dutton 2. Loxton - A. Proud, P. Andison, J. Bates, A. Falcinella, A. Jachmann, K. Reynolds. Barmera Monash 18.13 (121) d Renmark 2.0 (12). Best: Barmera Monash - A. Manning, T. Packer, Z. Butterworth. Renmark - A. Mills, N. Rosenzweig, C. Francis. Goals: Barmera Monash - Z. Butterworth 4, B. Delzoppo 3, T. Packer, J. Bonney, A. Manning 2, Z. Bates, L. Hoare, G. Vlassopoulos, J. Burns, J. Broughton. Renmark

Barmera Monash 17.10 (112) d Renmark 2.5 (17). Best: Barmera Monash - K. Boase, N. Hamood, T. Lindsey. Renmark - Y. Papageorgios, J. Albanese, C. Milne. Goals: Barmera Monash - K. Nairne-Kassulke 4, G. Abdulla 3, T. Lindsey, C. Britten, J. Schell 2, A. Clark, B. Drogemuller, S. Hill, K. Boase. Renmark - J. Blackley, Y. Papageorgios. Waikerie 13.7 (85) d Loxton 7.3 (45). Best: Waikerie - T. Truscott, D. Pierce, S. McKinnon. Loxton - W. Baker, D. Kurtzer, N. Flight. Goals: Waikerie - D. Pierce, S. McKinnon 4, R. Carter 2, B. Cain, L. Schiller, S. Mazzeo. Loxton - H. Peberdy 3, N. Flight, A. Proud 2. Berri 11.8 (74) d Loxton North 4.6 (30). Best: Berri - K. Trussell, M. Henderson, K. Wilksch. Loxton North - H. Francis, B. Coombe, S. Martin. Goals: Berri - M. Henderson 4, K. Trussell 3, C. Pryse, T. Yard, J. Stemberger, J. Knight. Loxton North - T. Renshaw 2, L. Worsfold, A. Fogden.

Under 13 Loxton North 5.4 (34) d Berri 4.5 (29). Best: Loxton North - J. Inglis, S. Cook, C. Rogers. Berri - R. Hankin, O. Germeroth, B. Clark. Goals: Loxton North - N. Proud, H. Bobilak, K. Awege, S. Cook, A. Francis. Berri - J. Williss 2, J. Kovacic, K. Karpany. Waikerie 12.16 (88) d Loxton 1.1 (7). Best Waikerie - R. Shaw, T. Geham, J. Griffiths. Loxton - A. Redden, O. Winen, W. Lehmann. Goals: Waikerie - T. Geham 5, T. Kruesler, C. McKatty, R. Shaw 2, J. Griffiths. Loxton - T. Kloester. Renmark 19.9 (123) d Barmera Monash 1.1 (7). Best: Renmark - B. Williss, J. Agostino, Z. Trewin. Barmera Monash - J. Wallace, K. Coats, B. Wundenberg. Goals: Renmark - Z. Trewin, Z. Gallo 4, T. Reinertsen 3, R. Boon, M. Murphy 2, J. Agostino, B. Haseldine Bryant, C. Wiese, A. Jackson. Barmera Monash - K. Coats.

Independent A Grade East Murray 35.22 (232) d Brown’s Well 2.2 (14). Best: East Murray - J. Berger, S. Hoffmann, J. Norman. Brown’s Well - M. Hampel, C. Leach, C. Wall. Goals: East Murray - S. Hoffmann 6, D. Hein 5, B. Parsons 4, A. Hissey, J. Andriske, J. Norman, N. Stoneham, T. Collins 3, M. Stasinowsky 2, D. Andriske, A. Parsons, A. Pligl. Brown’s Well - M. Hampel, A. Smith. Wunkar 20.12 (132) d BSR 8.8 (56). Best: BSR - S. McKenzie, M. Griffiths, D. Payne. Wunkar – Not supplied. Goals: BSR - M. Coleman 2, J. Martinson, K. Coleman, D. Payne, M. Frankcom, M. Zbierski, M. Griffiths. Wunkar – Not supplied. Cobdogla 16.15 (111) d Paringa 12.6 (78). Best: Cobdogla - T. Maynard, T. Dawson, G. Treloar. Paringa - C. Gardner, W. Simpson, A. Lloyd. Goals: Cobdogla - D. Tilbrook 4, L. Wegener 3, D. Marincus 2, B. Thompson, T. Dawson, P. Ryder, D. Heinicke, C. Dunling, C. Brown, D. Mitchell. Paringa - W. Simpson 4, C. Gardner, D. Hill, A. Lippis 2, S. Lehmann, T. Rivers.

Under 17

L

RISING STAR AWARD NAME: BRAD MULES Loxton North’s Brad Mules has been a stand out player for the Panthers so far this season. His clean skills, pace and hunger for the football are features of his game. The 18 year old has played in West Adelaide’s junior ranks. Brad is a high flier who performs at a constant level and that is why he is this week’s Riverland Weekly rising star.

BRAD MULES IS NOW ELIGIBLE FOR A PERPETUAL TROPHY AND PRIZE MONEY

Brown’s Well 13.14 (92) d East Murray 4.1 (25). Best: Brown’s Well - M. Reichstein, B. Victor, A. Hampel. East Murray - N. Norman, Z. Schubert, J. Stone. Goals: Brown’s Well - A. Lehmann, K. Cook, H. Sanford 3, B. Victor, A. Hampel, T. Braun, M. Reichstein. East Murray - Z. Schubert 3, N. Norman. Wunkar 9.11 (65) d BSR 8.5 (53). Best: Wunkar - S. Tuhoro, N. Tuhoro, R. Raines. BSR - J. Martinson, J. Tanner, A. Bajszi. Goals: Wunkar N. Brown, J. Pontt, R. Heinrich 2, B. Reid, L. Worsfold,

I. Worsfold. BSR - D. Tuckey 2, S. Marks, S. Bajszi, S. Swalue, J. Tanner, A. Bajszi, G. Sobey. Cobdogla 18.12 (120) d Paringa 13.5 (83). Best: Cobdogla - B. Jennings, R. Bonney, J. Watkins. Paringa - C. Pryse, T. Frahn, D. Blackley. Goals: Cobdogla - B. Jennings 8, J. Watkins 7, B. Sharkey 2, J. Thomson. Paringa - D. Blackley 5, T. Frahn 3, H. Biddle 2, A. Barton, D. Roesler, M. Andrews.

Mallee Football League A Grade BDT 21.17 (143) d Peake 9.5 (59). Best: BDT - C. Kennett, J. Richardson, L. Remfry. Peake - R. Berling, L. Chubb, T. Carling. Goals: BDT - J. Richardson 6, S. Binns 5, M. Vandeleur, T. Mckenna, B. Todd, B. Hooper 2, J. Zacker, C. Richardson. Peake - S. Crouch 4, A. Hand 2, B. Carling, R. Rich, T. Hillam. Murrayville 13.11 (89) d Lameroo 10.12 (72). Best: Murrayville - K. Wyatt, J. Vass, L. Kirkbright. Lameroo – M. Ridgway, J. Ridgway, B. McNeilly. Goals: Murrayville - D. Bates 4, A. Hockey, L. Kirkbright 2, R. Mckee, J. Allen, C. Allen, D. Meria, J. Beckmann. Lameroo – S. Kerley 3, J. Ridgway 2, A. Toogood, C. Wellburn, C. Philbey, C. Altus, A. Penhall. Karoonda 18.18 (126) d Pinnaroo 9.7 (61). Best: Karoonda - D. Wallfried, M. Kartinyeri, D. Caldwell. Pinnaroo – A. Keough, B. Gum, S. Vogt. Goals: Karoonda – R. Paech, I. Sumner 4, M. Kartinyeri 3, D. Caldwell 2, B. Chinner, C. Knight, M. Houston, D. Wallfried, K. Booth. Pinnaroo - S. Vogt, C. Maddocks 2, W. Nickolls, L. Dabinett, B. Sheridan, L. Sheridan, N. Westphalen.

B Grade Pinnaroo 11.8 (74) d Karoonda 9.14 (68). Best: Pinnaroo – C. Gum, C. Muster, D. Simon. Karoonda – S. Huxtable, J. O’Loughlin, N. Arbon. Goals: Pinnaroo - N. Wilson 4, B. Heinicke 3, J. Simon, M. Atze, T. Reid, C. Muster. Karoonda – K. Sumner, J. O’Loughlin 3, M. Nicholls 2, I. Sumner. Murrayville 8.5 (53) d Lameroo 7.8 (50). Best: Murrayville - D. Willersdorf, M. Stanley, D. Crane. Lameroo – A. Berwick, B. Young, P. O’Driscoll. Goals: Murrayville – D. Crane, J. Sanders 2, S. Dexter, D. Willersdorf, R. Clark, B. Watson. Lameroo –B. Young 4, M. Trowbridge, L. Barrett, A. Penhall. BDT 10.5 (65) d Peake 7.7 (49). Best: BDT - T. Miegel, J.Schilling, S. Schulz. Peake - J. Lindner, K. Roberts, J. Judd.Goals: BDT – N. Todd 4, B. Holbrook 2, J. Schilling, L. Johnston, S. Schulz, L. Schreiber. Peake – T. Downs 4, H. Weckert, R. Rich, B. Williams.

Senior Colts Pinnaroo 10.14 (74) d Karoonda 9.6 (60). Best: Pinnaroo – C. Jurgens, N. Wurfel, O. Brown. Karoonda – J. Koolmatrie, P. Reid, N. Johnson. Goals: Pinnaroo – C. Francis-Ribbons 4, J. Venning 3, R. O’Driscoll, O. Brown, L. Bailey. Karoonda – C. Wilson, M. Wilson 3, N. Johnson 2, I. Kartinyeri. Lameroo 31.14 (200) d Murrayville 6.1 (37). Best: Lameroo – M. Brown, J. Kerber, S. Hyde. Murrayville – N/A. Goals: Lameroo – J. Barrett, S. Hyde 6, C. Barrett 4, C. White, L. Pye 3, D. Steer, J. Werner, B. Hannam 2, J. Kerber, M. Brown, K. Miegel. Murrayville – N/A Peake 17.5 (107) d BDT 5.3 (33). Best: Peake – M. Richards, C. Jacob, R. Morris. BDT – A. Reid, B. Cooper, B. Borchardt. Goals: Peake – R. Morris, T. Sinclair 3, H. Gregurke, J. Loeckel, J. Cheyne 2, C. Jacob, N. Gregurke, M. Richards, R. Raper, E. Loechel. BDT – K. Challinger 3, D. Page, Z. Lewis.

Junior Colts Lameroo 11.10 (76) d Murrayville 1.2 (8). Best: Lameroo – L. Murphy, F. Klaebe, J. Yukich. Murrayville - N/A. Goals: Lameroo – J. Barrett, N. Brown 3, F. Klaebe, R. Kerber, T. Sherman, S. Hannam, J. Barrett. Murrayville - N/A Peake 6.6 (42) d BDT 0.0 (0). Best: Peake – J. Heinrich, N. Gregurke, D. Perks. BDT – M. Cornish, B. Miell, T. Harvey. Goals: Peake – N. Gregurke, D. Perks 2, C. Ballard, J. Heinrich. Karoonda 10.3 (63) d Pinnaroo 7.2

(44). Best: Karoonda – H. Pilgrim, C. Blacket, J. Norman. Pinnaroo – C. Dabinett, R. O’Driscoll, R. Geroly-Hawthorne. Goals: Karoonda – M. Story 3, S. Paech, C. Krueger, C. Blacket 2, H. Pilgrim. Pinnaroo – R. O’Driscoll, C. Box 2, C. FrancisRibbons, B. Blacksell.

Super Rules Riverland Superdogs 11.1 (67) d Gawler 7.10 (52). Best: P. Hoffmann, B. Meuret, R. Frahn. Goals: S. Ingerson 4, P. Brancato, A. Smith 2, S. Norton, S. Uren.

Riverland Darts Loxton RSL 12 d. Barmera Odd Bods 3; Renmark Boxed Dogs 8 d Barmera Rooshooters 7; Loxton Hotel Gladiators 10 d Renmark RC Ones 5.

Riverland Cycling Bob Francis Memorial J. Danvers (visitor), L. Stevens, C.Gartery, G. O’Brien, R.Strout, A.Ylia, C. Gordon, G. Lawton, N.Gregurke, A.Boase.

Golf- Berri Wednesday Stableford: D. Zeliff 42, H. Clark 41, R. Correll 38, S. Roberts 37, T.Branford 36. Thursday Ladies Comp: T. Milne, J. Morris 71 nett, J. Phillips, H. Clark 72.5, K. Tanner, L. Martin 75.5. Saturday Stableford: Ladies Winner: L. Martin 41. Mens: R. Keightley 42, S. Roberts 41, G. Johnson 40, S. Wright, D. Tovo, K. Martin 39, R. Day, A. Druery 38, J. Hocevar 37, L. Smith, T. Branford, D. Howes 36.

Riverland Netball A1 Renmark 65 (L. Menz, S. Modlinski) d Barmera 39 (C. Richardson, J. Jones); Berri 49 (K. Scholefield, E. Eleftheriadis) d Loxton North 26 (L. Koehne, T. Fielke); Loxton 49 (L. Fisher, S. Wright) d Waikerie 33 (M. Wison, L. Oswald).

A2 Berri 51 (K. Krollig, T. Hoffmann) d Loxton 34 (C. Proud, J. Miller); Renmark 56 (L. Gardner, K. Nelson) d Barmera 32 (L. Williams, S. Wellington).

A3 Waikerie 48 (D. Harding, A. Potter) d Loxton 44; Loxton North 44 (D. Wagner, K. Ackland) d Berri 33 (C. Martin, M. Morris).

B1 Barmera 48 (T. Greig, T. Boase) drew Renmark 48 (D. James, N. Meuret).

B2 Monash 33 (J. Andrenacci, K. Traeger) d Renmark 30 (J. Brown, T. Thorpe).

B3 Renmark 69 (J. Doughty, N. Clarke) d Barmera 27 (G. Webber, K. Anderson). Monash 38 (J. Pahl, N. Kaesler) d Loxton 31 (K. Norman, J. Ireland).

C1 Barmera 39 (T. Harris, M. Gillespie) d Renmark 8 (P. Dinh, K. Hobbs).

Barmera 7 (S. Harrington, J. Pech). Waikerie 41 (K. Mader, B. Kafexholli) d Loxton 30 (D. Ormay, L. Tuhoro).

15C2 Berri 20 (R. Pfennig, M. Sarro) d Monash 13 (M. Greer, L. Leaney); Renmark 39 (K. Dyer, J. Coombe) d Barmera 29 (E. Hill, T. Webber); Waikerie 36 (A. Raggatt, S. Linke) d Renmark Blue 17 (C. Fielke, K. Lockett).

Riverland Hockey Men - A Grade

Under 11

Berri 1 drew Waikerie 1. Best: Berri – P. Blenkiran, B. Stokes, N. Hoffmann. Waikerie – M. Kleeman, D, Bartel, N. Gogol. Goals: Berri – G. Campbell. Waikerie – J. Redemski. Loxton 1 drew with Renmark 1. Best: Loxton – T. Cass, Z. Bartsch, Z. Schubert. Renmark – T. Petronic, A. Weir, L. Matulin. Goals: Loxton – M. Hopper. Renmark – M. Kaye.

Waikerie 2 d Berri Red 1. Best: Waikerie – All played well. Berri Red – K. McMahon, J. Roberts, S. Walladge. Goals: Waikerie – J. Smith 2. Berri Red – J. Passmore. Renmark 5 d Loxton 0 Best: Renmark – B. Duggin, L. Dowzard, B. Kaye. Loxton – W. Gutsche, C. Stivahtaris, D. Mowbray. Goals: Renmark – B. Duggin 3, N. Duggin, N. Woodrow.

B Grade Loxton 3 drew Renmark 3. Best: Loxton – L.McDonald, C. Schober, M. Ormay. Renmark – All played well. Goals: Loxton – N. Fielke, T.Haigh, R. James. Renmark – E. Chaplin, O. Hutchins, J. Sluggett. Berri 6 d Waikerie 1. Best: Berri – R. Beams, A. Pietsch, R. Vallelonga. Waikerie – C. Griever, C. Willoughby, R. Kleeman. Goals: Berri – A. Pietsch 2, J. Bowers, R. Vallelonga, K. Ridley, H. Beams. Waikerie – M, Wenske.

Under 18 Waikerie 4 d Berri 2. Best: Waikerie – R. Kleeman, J. Redemski, M. Morgan. Berri – S. Ridley, C. Hamilton, A. Roberts. Goals: Waikerie – J. Redemski 2, M. Morgan, C. Powardy, R. Law. Berri – D. Roberts, R. Bevis. Renmark 1 d Loxton 0. Best: Renmark – S. Crouch, A. Shaw, J. Fielke. Loxton – S. Trezise, N. Mowbray, B. Hammond. Goals: Renmark – D. Casey.

Women – A Grade Berri 5 d Waikerie 1. Best: Berri – J.Kiel, K. Payne, S. Rashleigh. Waikerie – K. Pick, J. McCulloch, S. Kuchel.Goals: Berri – M. McMahon 2, K. Weir, C. Mengler, E. Vallelonga. Waikerie – A. Schulz. Loxton 4 d Renmark 1. Best: Loxton – M. Doecke, T. Townsend, J. Reid. Renmark – T. Casey, D. Weeks, T. Schwartzkopff. Goals: Loxton – S. Baird 2, S. Janzen, M. Doecke. Renmark – D. Weeks.

B Grade Loxton 0 drew Renmark 0. Best: Loxton – S. Walker, R. Schulz, S. Lugg. Renmark – B. Caire, C. McDonald, M. Taylor. Berri 5 d Waikerie 2. Best: Berri – H. Fielke, J. Size, L. Mensforth. Waikerie – J. Kleemann, V. Schmidt, S. Powardy. Goals: Berri – T. Baker, L. Delaine 2, L. Mensforth. Waikerie – L. Cronin, J. Simpfendorfer.

C2

Under 18

Berri 40 (K. Brown) d Loxton 35 (V, Bagley, R. Fielke); Renmark 43 (A. Thompson, A. Logos) d Monash 30 (J. Cook, V. Taylor).

Loxton 8 d Renmark 0. Best: Loxton – R. Schultz, J. Reid, S. Baird. Renmark – K. Trautwein, K. Wickham, K. Finn. Goals: Loxton – S. Baird, E. Campbell 3, T. Allister, M. Doecke. Berri 4 d Waikerie 1 Best: Berri – B. Campbell, C. Passmore, A. Spronk. Waikerie – J. Layton, A. Harkness, J. Elphick. Goals: Berri – C. Mengler 2, M. McMahon, K. Payne. Waikerie – J. Elphick.

17A Waikerie 45 (L. Eldredge, T. Wenske) d Loxton 32 (E. Garrard, K. Stephenson).

17B Loxton North 63 (A. Lange, J. Lekakis) d Berri 35 (S, Efthemiou, A. Martin). Renmark 43 (H. Ashworth, L. Gallo) d Barmera 27 (D. Hargreaves, B. Winen).

17C Loxton 65 (A. Cregan, S. Trower) d Renmark 19 (S. Henderson, I. Strachan).

15A Berri 47 (A. Henwood) d Loxton North 21 (T. Newman, C. Harris); Renmark 53 (E. Garrett, H. Burton) d Barmera 23 (H. Stavrou, B. Miller); Waikerie 34 (A. Smith, T. Liebich) d Loxton 24 (S. Benson, M. Hill).

15B2 Loxton North 31 (J. Jachmann, M. Putsley) d Berri 14 (N. Hayes, C. Charnstrom); Renmark 57 (M. Pitman, A. James) d Barmera 26 (M. O’Dea, S. Albrecht); Renmark Blue 57 (C. Lindner, M. Strachan) d Waikerie 25 (R. Avery, J. Dearman).

15C1 Renmark 48 (Z. Binder, E. Cocks) d

Mixed Under 14 Loxton Yellow 8 d Waikerie Black 1. Best: Loxton Yellow – W. Gutsche, Z. Albrecht, D. Mowbray. Waikerie Black – N. Hocking, L. Harkness, D. Moore. Goals: Loxton Yellow – J. Hampel 8. Waikerie Black – N. Hocking. Berri 5 d Loxton

RFL’s best primed for interleague ■ From Page 40 Waikerie forward Ben Venning is expected to be the main target, while Renmark’s Matt Camplin and Berri goal sneak Kirk Harwood are predicted to hold their own around goal. The RFL’s former interleague opponent, the Mallee, will have home ground advantage against the Independents in the first clash between the two competitions. However, Independent coach Steve ‘Goof’ Smith believes the competition’s talented players will be keen to produce their best football.

“I said to them the other night, ‘of course you are playing for the Riverland but you are also playing for yourself, a bit of pride in your own game’,” he said. “Do they really want it or don’t they?” Smith said speed will be the main factor in the clash. “They will be pretty tough, they are big boys and we probably lack a bit of height and have to rely on our speed,” he said. “Hopefully we get it to move on as quick as we can and don’t poke it in the air too much for them to have a look at.

Black 1. Best: Berri – G. Campbell, C. Passmore, E. Evans. Loxton Black – P. Stivahtaris, B. Cass, K. Thompson. Goals: Berri – G. Campbell 3, C. Passmore 2. Loxton Black – B. Cass. Waikerie 5 d Renmark 1. Best: Waikerie – C. Powardy, R. Law, M. Hansen. Renmark – J. Mallinson, E. Chaplin, L. Shaw. Goals: Waikerie – M. Hanson 3, R. Law, C. Powardy. Renmark - not supplied.

Admitting injuries to Ramco’s Russel Boatswain and Lyrup’s Nathan Gregory are a blow, Smith said Jason Marr, Paringa goalkicker Anthony Lippis and Brown’s Well big man Brian Hampel will play their part. East Murray possession gatherer Michael Kirk is also a player Smith hopes can contribute to the team. Asking 100 per cent from his players, Smith said playing away from home is no barrier. “I don’t think it makes much difference, it is grass and has got four sticks at each end,” he said.

Riverland Soccer A Grade Barmera Black 10 d Loxton United 0. Best: R. Barber, S. Atkins, M. Kershaw. Goals: Barmera Black – M. Barber 5, R. Barber 3, K. Barber, P. Sarakinis. Renmark Olympic 9 d Barmera Gold 0. Best: M. Lewan,K. Collinson, J. Pintillie. Goals: Renmark Olympic – G. Gillings, N. Spinks, H. Singh 3. Berri River Rangers 4 d Renmark Development 0. Best: R. Frankel, S. Atkinson, D. Harwood. Goals: Berri – D. Gregoric, S. Atkinson, D. Harwood, T. Schrapel.

Open Girls Renmark Green 4 d Barmera 0. Best: J. Mallinson, L. Rohrlach, N. Brooke. Goals: Renmark Green – K. French, J. Mallinson, G. Papageorgious, R. Van Der Hoek. Renmark Red 3 d Berri 0. Best: A. Pavlomanolakos, E. Papageorgiou, B. Hoffmann. Goals: Renmark Red - E. Papageorgiou 2, A. Pavlomanolakos.

Under 16 Berri 15 d Loxton 0. Best: A. Vallelonga, S. Sporbert, T. Yiannakoudis. Goals: Berri – T. Schrapel 5, A. Vallelonga, M. Drogemuller 3, M. Knight. M. Singh, E. Grosser, S. Sporbert. Renmark 2 drew Renmark Two 2. Best: M. Kavlakoglu, A. Niela, T. Pilgrim. Goals: Renmark – N. Gregurec, A. Iqbal. Renmark Two – Y. Tragos, T. Pilgrim.

Under 13 Berri 6 d Loxton 0. Best: T. Eleftheriadis, C. Trussler, A. Drogemuller. Goals: Berri – A. Drogemuller, T. Eleftheriadis 2, L. Eleftheriadis, E. Gregoric. Renmark 3 d Barmera Three 1. Best: J. Sanders, A. Baker, C. Persinos. Goals: Renmark – L. Zanlorenzi, C. Persinos, J. Sanders. Barmera Three – J. Sanders. Barmera 0 drew Renmark Two 0. Best: G. Pangallo, S. Hawkins, B. Pater. Renmark Three 9 d Berri Two 0. Best: K. Koutouzis, F. Catalano, T. Reinertsen. Goals: Renmark Three – T. Reinertsen, F Catalano 3, P. Sandher, A. Humble, Brodie.

'OODFOR&OOTY

!WARD

%NCOURAGEMENT

4HISWEEKSWINNERS "ARMERA -ONASH "RANDON 7UNDENBERG ,OXTON !NTHONY2EDDDEN 2ENMARK "RANDON7ILLISS 7UNKAR ,OGAN3CHULZ 7AIKERIE $AMON!TZE "ROWNS 7ELL "RODIE#OOK #OBDOGLA "EN&RAHN "ERRI *AXON-C&EETERS ,OXTON.ORTH 4YLER7AGNER 7ELL$ONE 9OUWONA GIFTVOUCHERTO

/LD3TURT(IGHWAY "ERRI

0HONE


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 33

Classifieds P: 8582 5500 - 10A Wilson Street, Berri - classies@riverlandweekly.com.au 21st Birthday

For Sale

Garage Sales

GAS LPG flue less Rinnai space heater, suit large room, ex condition, instructions and remote included, $450. Morgan 0411180858.

CARBOOT sales on the lawns in Crawford Terrace, Berri, May 29 from 8am to 11.30am. Are you wanting to sell goods? Book your $10 site by phoning Yvette 85835383.

For Sale

MAKE A WISH Foundation Riverland Branch, 7 Riverview Drive, Berri. Saturday, May 22, from 7am. Office filing cabinets, desks, board room table, chairs, book case, household goods and brica-brac. Donations from GPA Accounting, Cobby OK Mart and Landmark. Complimentary sausage sizzle, tea and coffee.

GYM equipment, Elliptical trainer $400. In great condition. Phone SCHULZ, Tatum. Dear 0419811394 anytime. Tatum, Congratulations HAY Oaten, lucerne, on your 21st. triticale, large round We did not realise right a w a y, rolls, can deliver. Phone the leading role we had 0148615099. to play. HONDA 20i generator, With our child near new $1600 ono. sent from above, Phone 0488979209. came stronger faith and HOUSEBOAT 54x14.5 richer love. Wherever you are sent, ft, split level, sleeps 8, we want your life to be solar and water filtration systems ss/stone/oven, content. Your thoughts may air conditioned, slipped seem quite far away, 09, urgent sale, $62,000 but you taught us to run, neg. Phone 0488422925. laugh and play. LARGE Electrolux gas And soon we learnt the privilege given, fridge in working cond, in caring for our gift from old but not retired, ideal for shack or shed, $300 heaven. Thank you our very ono. Phone 0428136621. special child. With love â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Mum, Dad, MAMMOTH Monash Joshua and Johannah. Market, for 2010, will xox be held on Sunday, May 30. Site bookings Return Thanks can be made during LEHMANN, Percy. Norma school hours by and family sincerely thank phoning 85835361. everyone for their love, support, prayers, cards, OATEN hay, 8x4x3, phone calls, letters, on feed test available, Lameroo G&J Flohr. the loss of our loved Phone 85763074 or husband, father and pa. 0409699446. Please accept this as our POST hoists (2). Three personal thanks. late model Tecalamite, $3000 ea; one early For Sale model Tecalamite, $2500; ART and Craft Supplies, One Stenor, $1800. All are turning two, to fully checked and OH&S celebrate we are having maintained. Apply to a two week 15% off Rosenthal Automotive storewide online only sale. Berri 85823644. www.artandcraftsupplies. PUREBRED, Siamese, com.au ending June 2. Birman and Russian Blue A1 quality redgum split or kittens, $500 each. Ready round, per bin, Defontenay in June/July, reservations Road, Barmera. Last taken now 85825058. years prices, open 7 Land for Sale days. Phone 85883298 or 0427883298. PRIVATE sale, approx 4 BOAT, 5.8 Whitney acres, prime riverfront Monteray, ½ cabin, full land near Loxton, with canopy, less than 20 magnificent riverview to 0hrs, 135hp motor, ex build your dream home. cond, $35000 ono. Phone Phone 0428849071. 0417712528. BOXED, trailer with ramp gate, built for elect wheelchair, ex cond, low usage, suit conversion $850. Phone 0412186164.

Business Opportunity

BEAUTY business for sale, great opportunity to expand client base and increase profitability. Offers a range of services FREE, Chicken and treatments. Prime poo. Phone Greg location in Renmark, well known beauty products, 0439890822. long lease, regretful sale, CEREAL hay, $132 per moving to Adelaide. Phone tonne, gst inc, 5x4 rolls. 0418637854. Geranium area, phone INTERNET shop for sale, 0438827879. established 10 years, EAGLE Boys, Berri. Great deal for stay-at-home business in a great Mum. www.teamtools. location. Take advantage ca/australia of local, tourist and business trade. Be part Garage Sales of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second largest pizza franchise. BERRI, S aturday 22 joint All training, systems sale, 49 and 51, McGregor and support provided. St. Lots of preloved stuff, Genuine enquiries to sq Stratco rainwater tank, David 0438920753. 7.30am start.

Motor Vehicles

JOHN DEERE 5510 tractor, 89 hp, tinted windows, 1200hrs, immaculate condition, many extras, no further use, POA. Contact Tom 0438882544 anytime.

TOYOTA Camry, current shape, 58,000kms, ice blue, auto, 4 cyl, cruise, power windows, mirrors, air cond, ABS, dual airbags, genuine sale, MONSTER sale, Sat, S380AAG, $15500 ono. May 22, 45 years at one Phone 0407704440. address. Retired local Services builder and artist moving on. Everything priced to go. Tools, pot plants, CAR DETAILING furniture, collectables For any car cleaning including 60 year old needs, from a wash wicker pram, cane lounge, to an upholstery kitchenware, household shampoo, a cut and appliances, fridge. Gates polish or a full detail, open 8am, Cnr Hayward contact Albanese Auto Terrace and Gem Place, Repairs and Detailing Loxton. on 85863355 Lot SUNLANDS, 218 Medley 12 Tarcoola Street, Road, Sat, May 22, 9am to Renmark. 12noon, household items and sundries. Public Notices

Motor Vehicles

COMMODORE, Ute 91VGV, 85 litre, 191500kms, 6mth rego, WBC-480, mech A1, 5 spd manual, new radiator, tow, roll bars, usb /ipod, $8555 ono. Phone Shannon 0418856849.

COMMODORE, VE SSV, black, 6ltr, 6spd manual, red leather. 25,100kms, reg until July, CC 619L lowered king springs, exhaust, tint, full service history, ex cond. $35,500. Phone 0438845451. FALCON BA 03, Futura sedan, factory LPG, white, auto, aircond, power steering, power windows, cruise control, alloys, 160,000kms, XEH-715, $8800. Phone 0429913508. FORD, BA, auto sedan, LPG silver, cruise, new tyres, drives well, $7990, XIW-296 Waikerie 0412477430. FORD tandem tipper 12 ½ ton, pay load, very good condition, Cat 3208 motor reg till June 2010, UKC-410, $35,000. Phone 0421220260 or 85412728. HD Holden, $1500 ono VXH-064; 1963 Woolsley 1500 reg 164251, $500 ono; Pianola/Morel plus 90 rolls, $400 ono; Bordeaux wine rack, 480 bottles, $200 ono; Spalding table tennis plus gear, $50; Golds gym weight bench, $50; Proteus MTM 6200 treadmill, $200. Phone 0428445152.

ASBESTOS remover now operating in your area, clean, safe and licensed, also asbestos registers and inspections, no job too small. Phone 0428840451 or wattsasbestos.com. au. DRIVING School based in Renmark, qualified experienced instructor. Will go anywhere in the Riverland, special price for this month. Phone 0421000114. FREESTYLE Karate by Renmark-Paringa Dojo. Training at the Paringa Youth Hall, corner of Cudmore Ave and Railway Tce, Paringa on Wednesdaysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Juniors, 5 yrs â&#x20AC;&#x201C; PS age from 6pm to 7pm. Seniors, HS age and older, 7pm to 8.30pm. All enquiries phone 0404019977. I N S U R A N C E - For the most competitive prices on home, contents, commercials, caravan and boats. Contact your local SGIC Agents Rosenthals, Renmark, 85866626 or Berri. Phone 85823644. MOUNTAIN Fresh Fruit Juice, Riverland distributors, Steve and Pat Bye. Phone BERRIAG 0428179668. QUIT, smoking in 60 mins is here! Call 1300592001, for your free information pack. Give your lungs a holiday and quit now. Ultralife Health Clinic, Renmark.

To Let

Wanted to buy

PARTLY furnished room, RIVERLAND Scrap Metal. in Berri, $80pw. Phone We buy all scrap and nonferris metal. Why give 85825381. your old cars and white goods away when we THREE bedroom house, pay you cash for them? lounge, sunroom, All farms, yards, sheds two reverse cycle air and factory clean ups, no conditioners, garage. worries. So donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t dump References an advantage, it, sell it, we will pay YOU to clean up all your scrap. pets negotiable, available All steel wanted. Phone soon, $180pw. Phone 0429881058. AH only 85845151 or TURTLE aquarium, heater, 0413238219. filter, good cond. Phone 85825500.

Wanted to buy

CARAVAN/pop-top, fair condition, any layout, hassle free removal, will pay cash. Phone Ben 0409711807.

Work wanted HOUSESITTER, business sitter, by retired classic motor mechanic. Phone 0432427540.

Church Services Berri Church of Christ Old Sturt Highway &2)%.$3()0 &%,,/73()0 7/23()0 Sunday Worship 9.50am Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities Weekly meetings for all ages Phone 0411 658 282 www.berrichurchofchrist.org.au

"ERRIAND"ARMERA 5NITING#HURCH

35.$!9 AM"ERRI AM"ARMERA #HILDRENSACTIVITIES &AMILYFRIENDLY

0HONE

SUNDAY 10am

Public Notices

Old Sturt Highway GLOSSOP

Worship Communion Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Program Creche

BLANCHETOWN WASTE DISPOSAL STATION OUT OF COMMISSION

Alternative arrangements are available by calling Roy Payne on 0413 005 685. Bookings MUST be made in advance. All enquiries to: Department of Water Land and Biodiversity Conservation Terri Minge Contract Manager 0428 114 297 terri.minge@sa.gov.au

35.$!9-AY AM -ORNING7ORSHIP 'UEST3PEAKER 2EV.OEL$UEON$6$ -ORNING4EAAM

Ps David & Ps Joella CrossďŹ eld

8583 2260 rccc@riverland.net.au

The Blanchetown (Lock 1) River Vessel Waste Disposal Station (RVWDS) will be out of commission from Monday, 24 May until Friday, 18 June 2010 whilst capital works are undertaken.

"APTIST#HURCH

6ERRAN4ERRACE "ERRI"AND(ALL

,OXTON 2ENMARK 5NITING#HURCH -AY

!LLWELCOME

%NQUIRIESPHONE OR

Vine

Community Church & Centre Jellett Road, Berri

Real People Living Passionately FulďŹ lling lling Destiny Destiny FulďŹ

2ENMARK7ESTAM 'LENYS"ADGER 2ENMARK!VEAM 'LENYS"ADGER AM,OXTON $ARYL+NOWLING

Ps. Bill & Rayleen Keros

0(/.% !,,7%,#/-%

church@vinecommunity.org

Sunday 10am Sunday10am Ph/Fax

8582 3928

DEWARE011483

i'BNJMZ-JGF$FOUSFw

3/54(%2.-!,,%% $)342)#4#/5.#),

#/5.#),).&/2-!4)/. -%%4).'3

'%2!.)5-!2%!-!935##%%$4/ #//2/.'$)342)#4#/5.#),

3OUTHERN-ALLEE$ISTRICT#OUNCILSEEKSTO CONSULTWITHRATEPAYERSBYOFFERINGINFORMATION MEETINGSREGARDINGAPROPOSALTOCHANGETHE BOUNDARYBETWEENTHIS#OUNCILAND#OORONG $ISTRICT#OUNCILTHATWASINITIATEDBY LANDOWNERSFROMTHE'ERANIUMDISTRICT 7HATCOULDTHISMEANTOYOU 0OTENTIALLYLESSSERVICESANDHIGHERRATES 4OlNDOUTMORE ATTENDONEOFTHEINFORMATION SESSIONSWHICHALLSTARTATPM 0INNAROO)NSTITUTE '02OOMn 7EDNESDAY -AY 0ARILLA(ALLn 4HURSDAY -AY ,AMEROO(ALL 3UPPER2OOMn -ONDAY -AY 'ERANIUM"OWLING#LUBn 4UESDAY *UNE !COPYOFTHESUBMISSIONPURSUANTTO3ECTION OFTHE,OCAL'OVERNMENT!CTISAVAILABLEAT WWWLOCALGOVTSAGOVAUABOUT?US BOUNDARY?ADJUSTMENT?FACILITATION?PANEL !SUMMARYPAPERPREPAREDBY#OUNCILWILLBE AVAILABLEATTHEINFORMATIONSESSIONS &ORENQUIRIES CONTACT#OUNCILS#%/ 2OD2ALPHON

2OD2ALPH #()%&%8%#54)6%/&&)#%2

#&33* 4VOEBZBN 8PSTIJQ$PNNVOJPO #FSSJ5PXO)BMM 8JMTPO4U

$IVSDIPG$ISJTU#VJMEJOH 1BTDPF5FSSBDF #BSNFSB $0/5"$5 1BTUPS+PIO4UFQIBOJ.JOOFZ

 









.BZ 1FOUFDPTU

$PODPSEJB 

BN BN)$ 1S34USFMBO BN)$ ,PISU

.ZSMB 

BN -BZ3FBEJOH

.FSJCBI 

BN -BZ3FBEJOH

5BQMBO 

BN -BZ3FBEJOH

#PPLQVSOPOH  3FTU)PNF 

AM"IBLE3TUDY 'ROUPSFORALLAGES AM&AMILY7ORSHIP 'UEST0RESENTER -IZRAM-AYNES

-65)&3"/$)63$) -0950/1"3*4)

4U1FUFST  

2)6%2,!.$

3UNRISE#OURT "ERRI

3!452$!9 -!9

#"3.&3" 4VOEBZQN



3EVENTH DAY !DVENTIST

BN )$,PISU 8FEOFTEBZ )$BN

0(/.%

-JWJOH8BUFST &EXBSE4U -PYUPO

BN4VOEBZ .BZ 1T4POOZ1JMMBZ

1IPOF #FSSJ$IVSDIFT 8FMGBSF(SPVQ*OD 0QQPSUVOJUZ4IPQ %FOOZ4U#FSSJ 8FEOFTEBZ'SJEBZ BNQN 4BUVSEBZ BNOPPO %0/"5*0/4 (3"5&'6--: "$$&15&% /PFMFDUSJDBMHPPETUIBOLT


34 â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010

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

Public Notices

1(.

"ERRI#OTTAGE(OMES)NC !..5!,'%.%2!,-%%4).'

!SSISTANT)RRIGATION-ANAGER 6INEYARD(AND

"ERRI3ENIOR#ITIZENS2OOMS 4UESDAY *UNE  PM !LLINTERESTEDPERSONSARE WELCOMETOATTEND

Sunday May 30th, 2010 on the Monash School Oval 90 individual stalls providing a great range of: â&#x20AC;˘ Foods â&#x20AC;˘ Crafts â&#x20AC;˘ Entertainment â&#x20AC;˘ Amusements â&#x20AC;˘ Produce â&#x20AC;˘ Bric-a-Brac â&#x20AC;˘ Showbags

#OMMUNITY"RIDGING3ERVICES#"3 )NCISA LEADERINOPENEMPLOYMENTSERVICESTOPEOPLEWITHA DISABILITYDISADVANTAGEINJURYTHROUGHOUT3! )FYOULIKETOINTERACTWITHPEOPLE AREATEAMPLAYER ANEXCELLENTCOMMUNICATOR DEDICATED ENERGETIC EFlCIENT HAVEAGOODEYEFORDETAILANDHAVE INITIATIVE PLEASEAPPLYFORONEOFTHESEPOSITIONS

-ANAGEMENT#OMMITTEE-EMBERS "OB#HARITY +AYE#AMPBELL $ES7ATTS 4ED#MRLECAND.ANCY0OWELLRETIREDUETO EFmUXIONOFTIME ALLBUT.ANCY0OWELL HAVERENOMINATED

SENIOR CASE MANAGER &ULLTIMECONTRACTPOSITIONIN"ERRIUNTIL*UNE     &4% CARFORWORK PRIVATEUSE FULLSALARYSACRIlCEBENElTS SUPERANNUATIONINADDITIONTOTHEABOVE )NTHEPROVISIONOF*OB3ERVICES!USTRALIA YOUWILL ASSISTJOBSEEKERSWITHADISADVANTAGEDISABILITYWITH EMPLOYMENTPREPARATION TRAINING JOBSEARCHSUPPORT ANDOTHERVOCATIONALANDNON VOCATIONAL SUPPORTSASREQUIRED

&URTHERNOMINATIONSAREREQUIRED

Great Family Outing â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Gold coin entry 10am to 3pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; SEE YOU THERE!!!

MONAPS011009

&ORINFORMATIONPHONE #YNTHIA(ARVEY 3ECRETARY

!#ORPORATE!GRIBUSINESSHASAVACANCYFORA MOTIVATEDPERSONTOBECOMEPARTOFATEAMINA PROGRESSIVEVINEYARDENTERPRISE$UTIESINCLUDE IRRIGATIONANDGENERALVINEYARDHANDDUTIES 6INEYARDISLOCATEDLESSTHANKMS FROM%USTON !BOVEAWARDWAGEBASEDONEXPERIENCE MOTIVATIONAPPLICATION4HESUCCESSFUL APPLICANTWILLBEREQUIREDTOWORKWITHINATEAM ENVIRONMENT HAVETHEABILITYTOTAKEOWNERSHIP OFALLOCATEDWORKTASKSANDBEPREPAREDTO WORKSHIFTSASTHESEASONDEMANDS &ORMALTRAININGIN)RRIGATIONOR#ERTIlCATE))) (ORTICULTURAL0RODUCTIONORRELATEDlELDSWOULD BECONSIDEREDFAVOURABLYHOWEVERNOTESSENTIAL ASTRAININGWILLBEPROVIDED

&ORFURTHERDETAILSPLEASECONTACT -ICHAELON 4OAPPLYPLEASEFORWARDYOURRESUMEWITH COVERLETTERTO (2-ANAGER3ERENE'RAY %MAILHR MACQUARIEAGCOMAU 0HONE 

CASE MANAGER

3ENIOR-OBILE0HONES )TS.EW)TS%XCITING

"ARMERA 3ENIOR&IRST!ID $AY#OURSE -AY *UN OR*UL AMnPM 3ENIOR&IRST!ID $AY#OURSE *UN OR*UN AMnPMDAILY %MERGENCY&IRST!ID #02AND#022EFRESHER#OURSESALSOAVAILABLE

WWWEZFMOBILECOMAU

2ENMARK 3ENIOR&IRST!ID $AY#OURSE !UG AMnPM 3ENIOR&IRST!ID $AY#OURSE *UL AMnPMDAILY %MERGENCY&IRST!ID #02AND#022EFRESHER#OURSESALSOAVAILABLE

5)&/"5*0/"%"5*/(4&37*$&

,OXTON 3ENIOR&IRST!ID $AY#OURSE *UN OR*UL AMnPM 3ENIOR&IRST!ID $AY#OURSE !UG AMnPMDAILY %MERGENCY&IRST!ID #02AND#022EFRESHER#OURSESALSOAVAILABLE 7AIKERIE 3ENIOR&IRST!ID $AY#OURSE !UG AMnPM 3ENIOR&IRST!ID $AY#OURSE *UN AMnPMDAILY %MERGENCY&IRST!ID #02AND#022EFRESHER#OURSESALSOAVAILABLE

#ALLINTOOURSHOPAT !,ANGDON4CE "ARMERA

0H

:PVEPOUOFFEBDPNQVUFS"MM ZPVOFFEJTBUFMFQIPOFBOE XFQVUZPVJOUPVDIXJUIB HFOVJOFDPNQBUJCMFQFSTPOBT TPPOBTUPOJHIU$BMMBOEUBMLUP BSFBMMJWFNBUDINBLFSXIPXJMM JOUSPEVDFZPVUPBSFBMQFSTPO XIPJTBMTPTFFLJOHMPWFBOE IBQQJOFTT0WFSZFBSTPG NBUDINBLJOHFYQFSJFODFFOTVSFT ZPVSMPWFMJGFJTJOHPPEIBOET

"--"3&"4Ę° $POUBDUEBZTBXFFL 1IPOF 0SUYUAEBUFJOTB #SJEHFT/BUJPOXJEF/FUXPSL -JDFOTFE*OUSP"HFOU

ASSET MANAGERS AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS PROPERTY AND BUSINESS SALES

&ULLTIMECONTRACTPOSITIONIN"ERRIUNTIL*UNE     &4% FULLSALARYSACRIlCEBENElTS SUPERANNUATIONINADDITIONTOTHEABOVE 9OUWILLSUPPORTJOBSEEKERSWITHADISABILITY DISADVANTAGEINJURYINOUR$ISABILITY%MPLOYMENT 3ERVICETORESPONDTOTHEIRBARRIERS ASSISTWITH EMPLOYMENTPREPARATIONANDPROVIDEONGOINGSUPPORT ONCEEMPLOYED4HESUPPORTISMOSTLYWITHCLIENTS ANDALSOINCLUDESINVOLVEMENTINSOMEGROUPTRAINING 3UCCESSFULAPPLICANTSWILLNEEDTOHAVEAPOLICE CHECKCOMPLETEDBEFOREEMPLOYMENTCANCOMMENCE &ORFURTHERINFORMATIONCALL4IM7ISEMAN *OBNET #OORDINATOR ONOR &ORAJOBDESCRIPTIONFOREITHERPOSITIONEMAIL#ORRIE VANDER+EYLATCORRIEVANDERKEYL CBSINCORGAU )NDIGENOUS!USTRALIANSANDPEOPLEWITHADISABILITY AREENCOURAGEDTOAPPLY 9OURAPPLICATIONMUSTINCLUDE #OVERLETTERIDENTIFYINGWHICHJOBYOUAREAPPLYING FORANDOUTLININGYOURSUITABILITYANDANYEXPERIENCE YOUMAYHAVEFORTHEPOSITION 2ESUMEWITHCURRENTREFEREES 0LEASESUBMITYOURAPPLICATIONVIAEMAILTO #ORRIEVANDER+EYL -ANAGER#ORPORATE3ERVICES AT CORRIEVANDERKEYL CBSINCORGAU BYNOLATERTHAN&RIDAY-AY ATAM

PATISSERIE EQUIPMENT

J31118

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SALE: PAYMENT TERMS: Cash, Bank Cheque, EFTPOS (2.2% fee applies) or by direct deposit. Payments to be made by 2pm day following. BUYERS PREMIUM: Buyers premium will apply to all lots. GST: Sale will be conducted on a GST exclusive basis (Hammer Price + GST)

QFS%7% 7JEFP'JMN5SBOTGFSUP%7% 4VQFS7)4)J].JOJ%7%7%

5IVSTEBZ.BZ BU3FONBSL1MB[B BOENFFUUIF%7%JUUFBN

1IPOFPSWJTJUPVS8FCTJUFGPSPVS&"4:03%&3'03.XXXEWEJUDPNBV 1IPOF  .JMEVSB

"OWEN4HERAPY "Y3HARON3TEWART $IPLOMAIN"OWEN4HERAPY

s"OWEN4HERAPY s,YMPHATIC$RAINAGE s-YOFASCIAL s2EMEDIAL2ELAXATION s4RIGGER0OINT2ELEASE 7ORK "OWEN4HERAPYISANONMANIPULATIVE NONINVASIVE DEEPTISSUE TREATMENTFORCOMPLETEBODYBALANCE )TRELIEVESBACK HIP KNEEANDNECKPAINASWELLASCHRONIC CONDITIONS CHEST ABDOMINAL BOWELANDBLADDERPROBLEMS ANHOLISTICAPPROACH #OMESEEUSATTHE"ARMERA 7AIKERIE-ONASH-ARKETS AND"ODY-IND3PRIRIT *UNE  2ENMARK

0HONEFORANAPPOINTMENT CONSULTING"ARMERA&AMILY0RACTICEAND0RICELINE0HARMACY2ENMARK

PHOTO 3!,%3

TRACTORS, MOTOR VEHICLES, TRANSPORT, HAY/GRAIN, & HORTICULTURE Thursday 27th May 2010 @ 11.00am OUR PREMISES: Lot 4 Sturt Highway, BURONGA NSW

0HOTOSTAKEN BYTHE L

Under the instructions from Major Finance Companies and Corporate Clients, we will sell the following by way of public auction: MOTOR VEHICLES 08 Holden WM Statesman Sedan 06 Holden VE Calais 4 Door Sedan 07 Holden VE Omega Sedan 03 Ford Futura Sedan 92 Toyota Lexus 4 Door Sedan 07 Hyundai Tucson SE Limited 07 Hyundai Tucson GLS 10/08 Toyota Hilux SR5 4WD Utility 04 Holden VZ Commodore Utility 03 Toyota Hilux Single Cab 2WD Utility TRACTORS Caterpillar Challenger MT865 Tracked John Deere 8400 T Trac John Deere 5720 FWA 03 Case Steiger STX 425 FWA 03 New Holland TJ450 FWA 98 Case IH 9370 Steiger TYM T451 FWA Cab EARTHMOVING 2 x WCM Foton FL936F Loaders 09 Lulgong 842 Loader Moore SP1511 S/Propelled Roller Log Grab to suit Caterpillar 988B Loader Stratti SS 15000 Rock Saw Blades John Deer JD400 Back Hoe

TRANSPORT 07 Lucar Linehaul 12 Pallet Refridgerated Tri-Axle â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aâ&#x20AC;? Trailer 10/08 Southern Cross Flat Top 45ft Bogie Axle Trailer Extends to 72ft with 10ft Rear Pull Out Extendable Trailer 88 Kenworth T650 Prime Mover 03 Isuzu NPR 350 Cab Chassis Truck 83 Hino FF 173K Single Drive Tray Truck 12/83 Mercedes Benz 911B 4x2 Tray Top Truck 87 Ford Econovan Tray Truck Komatsu FD352T Forklift Truck Nissan L01A18U 2.5 tonne Forklift Truck HORTICULTURE Vinestar Tow Behind Grape Harvester Hardi 3,400ltr Twin Raw Oscillating Sprayer Silvan 3,500ltr Tank Silvan 1,500ltr Airblast Silvan 3,500ltr Air Blast Sprayer 3,000ltr Greentech Boom Spray Unit 2 X Titan Paris 2000 Spray Units 8 Disc Pruning Head to Suit Gregorie Harvester 9 Blade Pruning Head To Suit Gregorie Harvester 07 Croplands 3000ltr Spray Unit

&YDMVEFTTVQFS'JMN BOE#FUB'PSNBUT

#SJOHBMPOHZPVSQSFDJPVTNFNPSJFT

ASSET MANAGERS AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS PROPERTY AND BUSINESS SALES

DATE: Wednesday 26th May @ 1.00pm OUR PREMISES: Lot 4 Sturt Highway, BURONGA NSW Under the instructions from a Major Finance Company, we will sell the following by way of public auction: Robot Coupe Vegetable Cutter Cooking Equipment Norris BT- 700 Dishwasher John Willet Galaxy 16 Oven 4 Tray Per Deck Stainless Steel Sinks and Bench - Assorted Sizes 2 x Roband Contact Grills Stainless Steel 4 Shelf Unit Roband Roller Grill 2 Door Stainless Steel Bench Schott Ceran Pot Heater Glass Ceramic Cooktop 2 x Cooling Racks ICB Cook-Matic Pastries Maker IBE Bread Slicer Semak Chicken Cooker IBE Dough Molder Waldorf 2 Burner Deepfryer ABP Atlas Pastry Sheeter Collectra-matic Immers N Cook Pressure Cooker 2 x Coffee Grinders Garland 6 Burner Hot Plates Cappuccino Machine Sharp Carousel Microwave 3 x Digital Weighing Scales Cafe/Office Furniture 3 x Mold Art food Warmers 8 x Round Tables Venus Impulse Polythene Sealer 4 x Small Square Tables Tecla Vacuum 33 Packing Machine 11 x Rectangular Tables - Assorted Sizes Miscellaneous 19 x Cafe Chairs William Willis Combination Safe Table & Chairs â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Set Celestial Plasma Television Fabric 3 Seater Couch Aluminium Step Ladder Qty of Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Cupboards, IT/ POS System Wall Prints 2 x Javelin JPOS 600 Series Integrated POS Kitchen Equipment Touch Screen Terminals Irinox Fast Holding Cabinets (5 Tray) Dell Optiplex 755 Computer with 20â&#x20AC;? Screen Irinox Fast Holding Cabinets (14Tray) Zultys Phone System with 3 Phones 2 x Irinox Fast Chilling Holding Cabinets T7400 Long Range Pager System with 20 Pagers 2 x Refrigerated Display Units Belkin F65400auUSB Surge & Battery Back Up Orion Artos Icecream / Gelato Cabinet Pack Anvil 3.5 Door Glass Door Under Shelf Fridge Brother P Touch QL 500 ICE Blue Salad Bar 2 x Opticon OPR3201 Hand Held Scanners Fisher & Paykel Bar Fridge Netcomm HS960 Hotspot Barrique Wine Chiller HP Officejet Pro L7590 All In One 2 x Roband Bain Maries Cisco 800 Series Roma Bench Top Heater Prime Mixer Amplifier Leonda 2400 Mixer Thermal Printers 2 x Anvil Planetary Mixers Robot Coupe Musso Ice Cream Maker Paco Jet Frozen Purees & Sorbets Maker Inspection: Day prior 9am - 4pm and from 9am day of sale. Enquiries: Gerard Nolen 0418 109 036.

More Positions Vacant on Page 35

Public Notices

Sigma Rotary Hoe 3PL PTO Driven HAY/GRAIN 08 Agmech Agri WB6 6 Base Multi Feeder 96 New Holland D1010 Baler 99 Krone Big Pack 120-80 Big Cut Baler 06 New Holland BB940 Baler 2 x Vennings 35Tonne Mother Bin 2 x N Buggy Field Bin MISCELLANEOUS Johns Water Valves Grundfos 2RPSHF3C Pump 05 Grundfos 2RMFF16C Electric Pump Aluminium Bull Bar to fit Kenworth T950 Water Tank 9,000ltr GAAM High Pressured Firefighting Pump Portable Traffic Light Line Marking Machine 93 6 x 4 Enclosed Builders Trailer 2 x 2 Post Car Hoists Tyre Changer Tyre Balancer

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SALE: INSPECTION: Day prior 9am - 4pm and from 8.30am day of sale. ENQUIRIES: Gerard Nolen 0418 109 036 PAYMENT TERMS: Cash, Bank Cheque, EFTPOS (2.2% fee applies) or by direct deposit. Payments to be made by 2pm day following. BUYERS PREMIUM: Buyers premium will apply to all lots. GST: Sale will be conducted on a GST exclusine basis (Hammer Price + GST)

Adelaide Brisbane Cairns Devonport Dubbo Mildura Moree Perth Shepparton Sydney Toowoomba Townsville WaggaWagga

Adelaide Brisbane Cairns Devonport Dubbo Mildura Moree Perth Shepparton Sydney Toowoomba Townsville WaggaWagga

www.dmsdavlan.com.au

www.dmsdavlan.com.au

AREAVAILABLE FORPURCHASEAT !7ILSON3TREET "ERRI

J31284

MAMMOTH MONASH MARKET

Positions Vacant


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 35

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

Positions Vacant

53"$503Ę°"(3*$6-563"- &26*1.&/501&3"503 'PSPVSTUPOFGSVJUPSDIBSE 5IFSFRVJSFEBUUSJCVUFTBSF 

 

t.PUJWBUFEBOESFMJBCMF t4IPXBUUFOUJPOUPEFUBJM t5BLFQSJEFJOZPVSXPSL

5IFTLJMMTSFRVJSFEBSF   

t&YQFSJFODFJOPQFSBUJOHNBDIJOFSZ t$VSSFOUDIFNJDBMDFSUJmDBUF t$VSSFOUESJWFSTMJDFODF

"QQMJDBOUTOFFEPOMZQSPWJEF  t-JTUPGFNQMPZFSTGPSMBTUmWFZFBST  tSFGFSFFT  t-JTUPGSFMFWBOUTLJMMT  t:PVSDPOUBDUEFUBJMT 3FNVOFSBUJPOUPCFEJTDVTTFEBUJOUFSWJFX )BOEXSJUUFOBQQMJDBUJPOTBSFQSFGFSSFE 1MFBTFTFOEBQQMJDBUJPOTUP

0SDIBSE.BOBHFS 2'.1SPEVDUJPO 10#PY1BSJOHB4"

"QQMJDBUJPOTDMPTF+VOF  Distributed Every Thursday

FREE throughout the Riverland and Mallee

L

#(%&#//+7!.4%$

%JTUSJDU$PVODJM PG-PYUPO 8BJLFSJF

2'.1SPEVDUJPO1UZ-UE 3FRVJSFTB

Positions Vacant

508/."*/5&/"/$&1"3,4 "/%("3%&/4 '6--5*.&104*5*0/-0950/ #OUNCIL INVITES APPLICATIONS FROM HIGHLY MOTIVATED AND ENTHUSIASTIC PEOPLE FOR THE FULL TIME POSITION OF 4OWN -AINTENANCE 0ARKS  'ARDENS WHO IS RESPONSIBLE TO THE 7ORKS -ANAGERUNDERTHEDAILYSUPERVISIONOFTHE4OWN -AINTENANCE 4EAM #O ORDINATOR AND WILL BE BASEDATTHE,OXTON0ARKS'ARDENS$EPOT 4HESUCCESSFULAPPLICANTWILLPOSSESS s !BILITYTOOPERATEATRUCKANDLIGHTPLANT s #URRENT#LASS-2LICENCE s !BILITYTOWORKINATEAMENVIRONMENT 4HESALARYFORTHISPOSITIONWILLBECLASSIFIEDAS 'RADEWITHACURRENTHOURLYRATEOF AS PER THE ,OCAL 'OVERNMENT %MPLOYEES 3! !WARD AND #OUNCILS %NTERPRISE "ARGAINING !GREEMENT 0ROSPECTIVE APPLICANTS SHOULD CONTACT -ARGI (ARTWIG ON   IN THE FIRST INSTANCE TO OBTAIN A POSITION DESCRIPTION CONTAINING ESSENTIALCRITERIAOFWHICH3ECTIONSANDMUST BEADDRESSEDASPARTOFYOURAPPLICATION !LTERNATIVELY THISINFORMATIONCANBEACCESSED FROMOURWEBSITEAT WWWLOXTONWAIKERIESAGOVAU &URTHERENQUIRIESMAYBEDIRECTEDTO 4OM-URCH 7ORKS-ANAGERON ORMOBILE #LOSINGDATEFORAPPLICATIONSIS NOON 7EDNESDAY*UNE  !PPLICATIONSTOBEADDRESSEDTO -ARGI(ARTWIG (UMAN2ESOURCES/FFICER 0/"OX ,/84/. 3!

(!)23!,/.

'6--:26"-*'*&% )"*3%3&44&3 !REYOULOOKINGFORANEXCITINGNEW CAREERINANUPMARKETSUCCESSFUL BUSY SALON7EARELOOKINGFORSOMEONE EXPERIENCEDINALLASPECTS OFHAIRDRESSING 9OUMUSTBEENTHUSIASTIC FRIENDLYAND VERYWELLPRESENTED/NGOINGTRAINING ANDTHEOPPORTUNITYTOCOMPETEIN COMPETITIONSWILLENABLEYOUTOBUILDA LIFELONGCAREERWITHUS 3OIFYOUAREAPASSIONATE CREATIVE HAIRDRESSERWELOOKFORWARDTO HEARINGFROMYOU

!PPLICATIONSINWRITINGTO (ALMANI(AIR3ALON -URRAY!VENUE

2ENMARK3! %NQUIRIESPHONE "MMBQQMJDBUJPOTTUSJDUMZDPOmEFOUJBM

More Public Notices on Page 33

2ECENTLYUNDERNEWMANAGEMENT THE "LANCHETOWN(OTELISSEEKINGA#HEF#OOKTO JOINOURFUN ENTHUSIASTICTEAMOFSTAFF 4HESUCCESSFULAPPLICANTWILLREQUIRE EXCELLENTKITCHENOPERATIONANDMANAGEMENT SKILLSWITHAHIGHSTANDARDOFWORKETHICAND CUSTOMERSKILLS 4HISISAFULLTIMEPOSITIONWITHTHEPOSSIBILITY OFACCOMMODATIONBEINGAVAILABLE !LLAPPLICATIONSINWRITINGWITHREFERENCES CANBEMADETO "LANCHETOWN(OTEL #OOK#HEF0OSITION 0/"OX .URIOOPTA 3!

"%!549"53).%33&/23!,%   3!6 s'REATOPPORTUNITYTOEXPANDCLIENTBASEAND INCREASEPROlTABILITY s/FFERSARANGEOFSERVICESANDTREATMENTS s0RIMELOCATIONIN2ENMARK s7ELLKNOWNBEAUTYPRODUCTS s,ONGLEASE

2EGRETFULSALE -OVINGTO!DELAIDE

0HONE

$ISTRICT#OUNCIL,OXTON7AIKERIEISAN%QUAL /PPOURTUNITY%MPLOYERANDSUPPORTSACHILD SAFEENVIRONMENT

4HE2IVERLANDS.UMBERCHOICE FOR%MPLOYMENTAND4RAINING

*/",)34 -/4/2-%#(!.)#n"%22) ! LOCAL BUSINESS IN "ERRI REQUIRES THE SERVICES OF A DIESEL OR GENERAL MOTOR MECHANIC 0REVIOUS EXPERIENCE WORKING ON HEAVY EARTH MOVING MACHINERY AND TRUCKSWILLBEHIGHLYREGARDED&ULLTIME POSITION$RIVERSLICENCEISESSENTIAL 42!).%%3!,%3 2%02%3%.4!4)6%n"%22) !NEXCITINGCAREEROPPORTUNITYINALOCAL 2EFRIGERATION #OMPANY HAS BECOME AVAILABLE!NIDEALENVIRONMENTTOLEARN SALES AND ADMINISTATION IN A FAST PACED INDUSTRY#URRENTDRIVERSLICENSEESSENTIAL 52'%.40!#+(/53% 350%26)3/2n0!2).'! 0ROMINENT LOCAL EMPLOYER SEEKING THE SERVICESOFA#ITRUS0ACK(OUSE3UPERVISOR WITHAMINIMUM YEARSCITRUSPACKING AND SORTING EXPERIENCE 0REVIOUS SUPERVISORYEXPERIENCEPREFERREDBUTNOT ESSENTIAL 3UCCESSFUL APPLICANT WILL HAVE EXCELLENTCOMMUNICATIONSKILLSINCLUDING GOODCOMPUTERSKILLS HONESTANDRELIABLE 0REVIOUS MANDARIN PACKING EXPERIENCE WOULDBEHIGHLYREGARDED -#425#+$2)6%2n2%.-!2+ ,OCALEMPLOYERSEEKINGTHESERVICESOFAN EXPERIENCED-#4RUCK$RIVERTODOLOCAL PICKUPS AND DELIVERIES -UST BE HONEST ANDRELIABLEWITHAGOODCUSTOMERSERVICE SKILLS ./74!+).'2%')342!4)/.3/& ).4%2%34&/2#%24)&)#!4%)))).!'%$#!2%

%-0,/9%23,ISTYOUR JOBVACANCIESWITH-!$%#FOR&2%%



s"ERRIs2ENMARKs7AIKERIEs,OXTON (!26%34,!"/52&REECALL 

CHARLIE

0ETER3ELLAR !CTING#HIEF%XECUTIVE/FlCER

Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss...

Sports Goss with GRAHAM CHARLTON The Riverlandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most authoritative sports commentator ...

Pages 30 and 31

SA Water is an internationally recognised water utility wholly owned by the Government of South Australia for the people of South Australia. We deliver water and wastewater services to almost 1.5 million people across the State. With an annual turnover of more than $950 million per annum, assets of $9.5 billion and 1500 employees, SA Water is a big part of the South Australian landscape. With SA Water delivering a number and variety of signiďŹ cant projects and $2.5 billion in capital investment, we offer professional development opportunities at all stages of your career.

Treatment Plant Operator

7ANTED !GRONOMIST -ILDURA !GRICULTURAL3CIENCEQUALIlCATIONSAND YEARS AGRONOMICEXPERIENCE 0ASSIONATE HARDWORKINGANDBRIGHT ,OOKINGTOJOINAGLOBALMULTI COMMODITY#OMPANY &ANTASTICOPPORTUNITYTOLEARNANDWORKWITHANINDUSTRYEXPERT /PPORTUNITIESLIKETHISARERARE &OLLOWINGASIGNIlCANTINVESTMENTBY/LAM)NTERNATIONALTOPURCHASE  HECTARESOF!LMONDPLANTATIONSIN6ICTORIA WENOWREQUIREAN!GRONOMIST 5NDERGRADUATEQUALIlCATIONSINANAGRICULTURALSCIENCEORRELATEDDISCIPLINEAND PLUSYEARSAGRONOMICEXPERIENCEINANYPLANTATIONORROWCROPISESSENTIAL 9OUMUSTHAVEASPIRATIONSTOTAKEONANINCREASEDSCOPEOFRESPONSIBILITIESOVER TIME BEmEXIBLETOWORKmUCTUATINGHOURSASREQUIRED ANDPOSSESSTHEABILITYTO DEVELOPNEWSKILLSQUICKLY "ASEDINTHEEITHER-ILDURAOR2OBINVALE THEROLEWILLREQUIRE DAILYTRAVELOUTTOTHEORCHARDS !FULLYMAINTAINEDUTEISPROVIDEDASPARTOFTHEPACKAGE 7HILSTYOUWILLPRIMARILYWORKON FARM YOUMAYBEREQUIREDTOASSISTWITH RESEARCHOROTHERPROJECTSWITHINTHEBROADERBUSINESS /LAM/RCHARDS!USTRALIAAND1UEENSLAND#OTTONAREWHOLLYOWNEDBY/LAM )NTERNATIONAL AGLOBALMULTI COMMODITYSUPPLYCHAINMANAGEROPERATINGACROSS COMMODITIESANDCOUNTRIES 7ITHIN!USTRALIA THECOMPANYISALSOINVOLVEDIN#OTTON 'RAINS 0ULSES AND7OOL 'UARANTEEYOURSELFABRIGHTANDSECURECAREERn JOINASTABLECOMPANYTHATVALUESITSPEOPLE

!PPLYATQCRECRUITMENT QCOTTONCOMAU

Situated on the River Murray at Morgan this 200 Mega litre per day conventional treatment plant supplies water to most of the mid north of SA as well as parts of Yorke and Eyre Peninsulas. The position will be to join the highly professional team that operates this plant 365 days of the year. The successful applicant will after appropriate training (CertiďŹ cate 3 in water treatment) be responsible for the plant operation, water and waste water sampling. You will also be required to undertake routine maintenance, data recording and reporting of performance criteria and participation in an on call roster as well as some overtime will be required. To be considered you will ideally have a proven background in WTP operations, an appropriate level of computer literacy, and good communication skills. A current driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s licence, a sense of curiosity, and the ability to work within a team are all essential. Requests for a Position Description or further information may be directed to Ken Heather on 08 7424 3805 or email ken.heather@sawater.com.au To apply simply go to http://careers.sawater.com.au and upload a copy of your application by no later than 11th June 2010. SA Water values diversity and supports people with family responsibilities. SAWATE011903


36 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday May 20, 2010

services offered ,IC.O

#/.42!#4#,%!.%23

,!2'%2!.'%/&34%%,!4'2%!402)#%3

s6ERANDAHSs#ARPORTSs3HEDSs2OLLER$OORS s&ENCINGs&REE-EASURE1UOTEs)NSTALLEDOR3ELF%RECT "UILDER,ICENCE",#",$

0(/.% /LD3TURT(IGHWAY'LOSSOP3!

"4 -AINTENANCE

-ADETOMEASUREn&REEQUOTES

3ERVICESPROVIDED

s"USINESSs#OMMERCIALs(OUSEHOLD s/FlCESs2ENTALSs-OVING(OUSE s.EW(OME$ETAILs7INDOWS %INlNITYCLEAN HOTMAILCOM -OR- #OMMERCIAL $OMESTIC )NDUSTRIAL ■2ENOVATIONS ■.EW(OMES ■ ■

049 ,4$

s:IPTRACKCAFEBLINDSs2OLLERSHUTTERSs!WNINGS s2EPAIRSTOALLBLINDSAWNINGS s2EPAIRSERVICEROLLERSHUTTERS SECURITYDOORSSCREENSNEWmYWIRE LOCKSETC

WEBUILDTOYOURNEEDS CALLUSTODAY

!LLWORKCARRIEDOUTBYQUALIlEDTRADESMAN



0HONE ,)#",$

!(&AX

'BY

7AIKERIE 2EMOVALOFALLHOUSEHOLDPESTS 3ERVICING2IVERLANDAND-URRAYLANDS

2IVERLAND3ODA"LASTING AND&INE!BRASIVES

-ELZ7AXIT.AILS -ELZ7AXIT.AILS

0HONE+EVIN

DESIGNCONSTRUCTION

4OM 4IM

&95&/4*0/4"-5&3"5*0/4 3&/07"5*0/41&3(0-"4 $"3103544,:-*()54

1BJOU3FNPWBMGSPN 7FIJDMFT #PBUT 5SBJMFST "VUPNPUJWF1BSUT JODMVEJOHDBSCPOCVJMEVQ 'BSN&RVJQNFOU #SJDLXPSL (SBöUJ3FNPWBM BOETPNVDINPSF

$POUBDU4UVBSU

7AXING 3PRAYTANNING .AILS4OES'EL!CRYLIC

.PCJMF 1I'BY 5IJFMF3PBE #BSNFSB

-\(

",$

2IVERVIEW$RIVE "ERRI■-OBILE

-ONASH

&NBJMSJWFSMBOETPEBCMBTUJOH!CJHQPOEDPN

#REATIVE2OOlNG3YSTEMS 6ICAND,YN-OLDOVAN $ERRICK3TREET "ERRI3! 0HONE  -OBILE .EW2OOlNGAND2E 2OOlNG #ENTENARY#ARPORTSAND6ERANDAHS 3UPPLY/NLYOR3UPPLYAND%RECT 2OLLER$OORS 3UPPLY/NLYOR3UPPLYAND%RECT .OOBLIGATION FREEQUOTES

BUILDING CONTRACTOR

2)6%2,!.$'5!2$!.$ ).6%34)'!4)/.3%#52)493%26)#%3

s(OUR0ATROLs3TATIC'UARDS s#ASHIN4RANSITs!LARM2ESPONSE

,ICENCE ",$ ",$

Reg no. DBU 10380 HIA 50752 BLD 219584

#VJMEFSt$POUSBDUPS $BSQFOUSZt(FOFSBM3FQBJST

#ALLTODAYFORA&2%%QUOTEFORYOURBUSINESS

2EGISTERED"UILDER/VER9EARS

0(/.%

PHONE PETER

4!34!.%,,)3%,%#42/.)#3

TIGERMIX

%+0/&4 30#"$,)0&01&3"503

'),-/2%2$

"!2-%2!3!

AREYOUREADYFOR

"MMZPVSWJOF  USFFBOEQPTU SFNPWBM

DIGITALTVSWITCHOVER !NTENNASDIGITALBOXES SUPPLIEDINSTALLED

"MTPTVQQMZ TVNQTBOEIFBWZ EVUZTVNQMJET

s#!,,'%/2'%s

1) BOZUJNF

s#USTOM$ESIGN PAVING s3TANDARDPAVING s.OJOBTOOBIG ORTOOSMALL

$4

0AVING

4HE0AVING3PECIALISTS



-!')#-/0 GLAE=

Site clearing, preparation for sheds, houses, bitumen, concrete cutting, tree pushing, demolition, equipment hire. Pouring/finishing concrete foundations floors, paving etc.

Call Tige 08 8584 7475 or 0438 847475

!JAE=LGK@AF=AFF

3IDAND*EAN #OMMERCIAL#LEANERS

BLD 14248

"UILDERS,ICENCE.O', ',

13PTCFSHFO

-OBILE 0HONE %MAILMAGICMOP

RIVERLANDNETAU

). %")"#,

, #  -

"/"#!4 "!#+(/%4)00%2()2%

h.O7ORRIES7ITHTHE4EAM&ROM-URRAYSv

s,ANDSCAPESUPPLIES s3EPTICTANKEXCAVATIONS s4RENCHING s$EMOLITION s6INERUBBISHREMOVAL s(OLEBOREING

9OUR,OCAL2IVERLAND0EST0ROFESSIONALS

02/4%#4).'(/-%3"53).%33%3 3AFEFORYOURFAMILYANDTHEENVIRONMENT 3ERVICINGTOSTRICT(!##0!1)3REQUIREMENTS 4RUSTYOURQUALIlED LOCALTECHNICIAN4ONY+LIX



'PSDPNNFSDJBM JOEVTUSJBMBOE SFTJEFOUJBMXJOEPXDMFBOJOHBU SFBTPOBCMFSBUFT 4FSWJDJOHBMM3JWFSMBOEBSFBT

1IPOF

"//+./7&/26).%2%-/6!,

)AN*UDY+NIGHT "LD "LD

h)CANSEECLEARLYNOW THAT7OCKHASBEENv

0H -

41&$*"-*4*/(*/"--"41&$540'(&/&3"-1-6.#*/(

5SBWJTi5JOZw%VCSJDI 30%#)!,)3).').

%RECTIONOF s&%.#%3s2%4!).%27!,,3 s3(%$3s6%2!.$!(3 ",$ 0HONE!(

u u u u

.EWHOMES 2ENOVATIONS !DDITIONS )NSURANCEWORK

"UILDING ONLOCAL STRENGTH

#ONTACT4REVOR

 "ASEDIN"ERRI

",$

t%PNFTUJDBOEDPNNFSDJBM 1MVNCJOH$POUSBDUPS t*OTUBMMBUJPOTFSWJDJOHBOESFQBJST t)PUXBUFSTFSWJDFSFQMBDFNFOU VQHSBEFT t)FBUQVNQBOETPMBSJOTUBMBUJPOT t/FXIPNFTSFOPWBUJPOT t$PMEXBUFSTFSWJDFT t4FQUJDUBOLTBOEESBJOMBZJOH t$BMMPVUTBOEESBJODMFBOJOH 4&37*$*/(5)&3*7&3-"/% ."--&& "/%.*%ʰ.633":"3&"4

. 1

3(!$%3/,54)/.3

#USTOMMADE$OMESTIC#OMMERCIALSHADES 3HADE3AILS 3HADE3TRUCTURES 3TEEL5MBRELLAS #AR0ARKING "ALI(UTS /UTDOOR"ARS 'AZEBOS )FYOUREQUIREA&2%%MEASUREANDQUOTEPLEASECONTACTUS -ILDURA

0ADDY /FlCE #",

WWWGAZEBOSHADECOMAU

/…iÊ >À«iÌÊ i>˜ˆ˜}Ê>˜ 7iÊ`œ˜ÌÊVÕÌÊVœÀ˜iÀÃÊÊ ÜiÊVi>˜Ê̅i“t UÊ >À«iÌÊ-Ìi>“Ê i>˜ˆ˜} UÊi˜iÀ>Ê"vwViÊ i>˜ˆ˜}Ê UÊ/ˆiÊEÊÀœÕÌÊ i>˜ˆ˜} -iÀۈ˜}Ê>Ê,ˆÛiÀ>˜`Ê>Ài>ð œV>Þʜܘi`Ê>˜`ʜ«iÀ>Ìi`° ÜÜܰ̅iV>À«iÌVi>˜ˆ˜}“>˜°Vœ“°>Õ 7>ޘiÊEÊ …ÀˆÃ̈˜iÊ >À̜˜ÊÊNÊÊœL\Êä{äÓʙÈxÊ{£{

1(&

TERMINATOR- "),,$/03/.0%34#/.42/,  

,)&%4)-%4)-"%2 2%0,!#%-%.4 7!22!.49 !6!),!",%

s!LLHOUSEHOLD PESTS TERMITES SPIDERS RODENTS #/.$)4)/.3!00,9 BEESETC s#ALLUSFORACOMPLETE RANGEOFOPTIONSON

0H

bld 179804

$ETAILING

,IC2

1UALITYWASHGUARANTEEDEVERYTIME s#ARWASHs5PHOLSTERYSHAMPOO s&ULLDETAILsPOLISH ,/44!2#//,!342%%4 2%.-!2+

0(/.%

3HEDS 6ERANDAHS 3TRUCTURAL3TEEL 7ELDING &ENCINGAND3TEEL3ALES 0(/.%s %.4%202)3%0!2+ /,$34524(79 "%22)

s#!20/243s6%2!.$!(3 s2//&2%./6!4)/. s2% 2//&).'s'544%2).' s3(544%23s&%.#).' s,%!&-%3(s2%.$%2



WWWGOTTAGETTAGROUPCOMAU

",$

0EST#ERTIlCATE!CCREDITED


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;¢ 37

Phone 8582 5500

services

K  O G J J 'G

&ORALLYOUR%LECTRICAL.EEDS $OMESTICs#OMMERCIALs)NDUSTRIAL 3ERVICINGALL2IVERLANDTOWNS

30%#)!,)3).').3HEDS #ARPORTS $RIVEWAYS 0ATHS&OOTING#ONSTRUCTIONS

#/.4!#43(!.% OR!(

4ODD 0HONE

0/"OX -ONASHs,IC.O2

2)6%2,!.$02/&%33)/.!,42!).).'

%NERGY%NGINEERING

3/,!20/7%2

S KTOU 3PEA BOUT A TODAY TMENT INVES NSOLAR NSO RETUR OWER P

0HONE 0OWERINGTHE2IVERLANDSINCE

s2OCKBREAKING s4RENCHING s3EPTICTANKS s6INEAND4REE REMOVAL s3ITECLEANUP s$RIVEWAYS

s3HEDHOUSEPADS s2UBBLE SAND CRUSHERDUSTAND METALSUPPLIEDAND DELIVERED s7ATERTRUCKHIRE s2OLLERHIRE

",$

"#3% &$)

0HONE4IM OR*OE

#ONCERT3OUND ,IGHTING(IRE s,ARGEORSMALL 0!3YSTEM s)NDOOROROUTDOOR s$ELIVEREDÂ&#x2C6;3ETUP ANDENGINEERED "ACK,INE s-ARSHALL!MPEG0EARL

#ON+OURASANIS s

2$S#/.#2%4% â&#x20AC;¢ Raft, wafï¬&#x201A;e and strip footings â&#x20AC;¢ Sheds â&#x20AC;¢ Patios and paths â&#x20AC;¢ Driveways â&#x20AC;¢ Brick paving â&#x20AC;¢ Pattern Paving A ls o B OB CA T H IR E & TRENC H D IG G E R

Big or small we do it all! Call Ricki for FREE quote...

BLD R22799 PH FAX



#AR4RUCK7HEEL !LIGNMENT3PECIALISTS s#ARSs4RUCKSs4RAILERS s&ORD3ERIESs7$Ss"USES s!LLSUSPENSIONREPAIRS  

)NDUSTRY2D 2ENMARK

0ðȪÒ&#x2026;Ì¢OÌ&#x2018; 42!).).'!.$ 4)#+%43). %!24(-/6).' %15)0-%.4 /24/"9

"!,!.#).'30%#)!,)343 8 425#+ 42!#4/20,53-!2).%2%"5),$3 $)342)"54/23&/2!,,%.').%0!243 #/2.%2*%,,%44(5'(%3342%%4 "%22)

0(/.%

0RACTICAL4URF

!LUSHGREENLAWNALLYEARROUNDWITH./MAINTENANCE 3!6%4)-% 3!6%-/.%9 ,//+3'2%!4 ./-/7).' -5$ 7%%$3 %$'%3 &%24),)3).' "!$0!4#(%3 )NSTOCKNOW ,OOKSANDFEELSLIKETHEREALTHING $)9FROM 56STABILISEDTOMINIMISEFADINGFOR  SQM YEARSANDLASTSUPTOYEARS &2%%$)9ADVICEBESTVALUEAND QUALITYPRODUCTAVAILABLE

%AST4CE ,OXTON 0(

R OOF SEAL RURAL Startech Pty Ltd Lic. Franchise Licensed User A.C.N 008 156 769 BLD 40080

â&#x20AC;¢ Re-roofing and Gutters â&#x20AC;¢ Tile & Iron Roof Restorations â&#x20AC;¢ Carports and Verandahs Insist on the genuine

20 Main St, Kapunda

   

 %)- 

#5#5-5.'!34 2%.-!2+

SPRINT Auto Parts in Berri was established 12 years ago and was the first franchise store in South Australia. The qualified and experienced staff at Sprint Auto Parts are there for you seven days a week and provide a one stop shop with everything you could need for your industrial needs. Sprint Auto Parts are

stockists for every major part you could hope for: suspension, brakes, shockers, clutches, wheel bearings, brake pads and shoes. They also have ball joints, tie rod ends, carburettors, oils and oil filters, spark plugs, ignition components, top and bottom coolant hoses, fuel pump kits, water pumps, trans filter

kits, fan belts, bearings, rings, VRS gasket sets, paints and polishes, seat covers, dash mats and spotlights. From that list you can see Sprint has everything you could possibly need for your car. There are also gift vouchers for the car lover who is just that little bit too difficult to buy for.

VERANDAHS â&#x20AC;¢ PATIOS CARPORTS â&#x20AC;¢ PERGOLAS

8566 2922

t$"310354t1&3(0-"4 t(";&#04t$"'&#-*/%4 t7&3"/%")4t%&$,4 $6450.%&4*(/&%#6*-5#: 26"-*5:-0$"-53"%&41&01-&

'3&&0/4*5& %&4*(/2605&

Services Offered Spotlight business of the week

#/2.%2*%,,%44!.$ (5'(%3342%%4 "%22)

0( /0%.$!93

RIVERLAND

ADRIAN HU HUNT: 0437 529 485 / 8595 5302 www.outsideconcepts.com.au

BLD 217043

.%%$(%,0 /NLYLICENSEDDISTRIBUTORINTHE2IVERLANDOF4ERMGUARD

3PECIALISINGIN(OUSEHOLDAND#OMMERCIAL0EST#ONTROL



â&#x2013; FIRST AND BEST: Berriâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sprint Auto Parts, established 12 years ago, was the first of the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s franchise stores in South Australia. Photo: JANE WILSON



2!93./$'2!33 0EST-ANAGER ,,$,% +%$)#

Sprint ahead of the rest

#ONTACT0%4%2

    s+ITCHENSs6ANITIES "+!%* . s2OBES%"+"* . &* . s/FlCE&IT/UTS ""+,+* . s3HOP#OUNTERS !&'&,%+)* . s0OST&ORMED3QUARE &*+&)$(,) .     %!&'* %DGE"ENCH4OPS

SPOTLIGHT

#/.#2%4%!.$ 4),%2//&2%0!)23

0H/FlCE &AX!(

$).32%0 %LECTRONIC3ERVICES

.EEDNEW!UDIO3OUNDSYSTEMINSTALLED 0ROBLEMSWITHYOUR46!NTENA 7HITEGOODSNEEDREPAIRING

0H

*)-$%-/5



NEWUSEDCARAVANS s2OLLOUTAWNINGS s2EPAIRSAND SERVICING s#USTOMERLOUNGE

s3PAREPARTS s)NSURANCE WORK s!CCESSORIES

TH3TREET 2ENMARK0(/.% %MAILSALES RENMARKCARAVANCENTRECOMAU WWWRENMARKCARAVANCENTRECOMAU


38 â&#x20AC;˘ Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Thursday May 20, 2010

Viewtube

Entertainment WHATâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S

with BRAD PERRY

ON

Sing-a-long with Kev humour but Kev would not have it any other way. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When I first started writing songs, IF you havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t heard of Aussie larrikin Kevin â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Bloodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wilson, there is a fair I didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t flower them up, whether I was chance you have had your hands over telling a story about a mate or Mick the Master Farter,â&#x20AC;? he said. your ears for the past 25 years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was brought up as an electriMothers cover their childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ears cian in Kalgoorlie. at the very mention of the popular â&#x20AC;&#x153;Kalgoorlie is a mining town Australian singerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s adults only and everybody talks like that at work.â&#x20AC;? Describing his international stage act, Excess All Areas, as somewhere halfway with CALLUM TRIFONOFF between Hey Hey Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Saturday and Debbie Does Dallas, Kev is amazed at how things 1. Which Premier League team recently did have changed over the quarâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Doubleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; (winning the FA Cup and ter of a century he has been Premiership)? in show business. 2. Portsmouth is a city in which country? â&#x20AC;&#x153;I believe I was the first 3. What is the capital of Greece? artist in Australia to have a 4. In what Riverland town can you find the website, long before record giant Mallee stump? companies had websites, 5. Who recently returned to Sydney after a that was in 1993 or was it sailing voyage around the world? 1893, I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t remember,â&#x20AC;? he 6. What is the largest city in Russia? said. 7. Queens and Manhattan are boroughs of â&#x20AC;&#x153;The way music is diswhich US city? tributed these days on the 8. Whose famous last words were reportinternet through iTunes and edly â&#x20AC;&#x153;such is lifeâ&#x20AC;?? all those different things, is 9. Who plays the lead role in the TV series amazing. Lie To Me? â&#x20AC;&#x153;When I was first record10. What year was racer Michael Schumaching, I was recording on caser born in? settes. 11. True or false â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Monty Pythonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first feaâ&#x20AC;&#x153;Twenty five years ago ture film was called, And Now For Somethey arrested me for what thing Completely Different? I was doing but this year I 12. Who is the head coach of the Socreceived a nomination for ceroos? Australian of the Year for ex13. Where in SA can you find the Black Diaactly the same thing.â&#x20AC;? mond Corner? Well known songs Liv14. Prague is a city of which country? ing Next Door to Allan, Hey 15. True or false â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Nick Carter was a memSanta Claus and more reber of NSYNC? cently The Shane Warne Song 16. Merry Xmas Everybody was sung by which are amongst Kevâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favourites English band? but he has warned the new 17. Actor Hugh Laurie was born in which albumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tunes are just as country? catchy. 18. The TV series Drake and Josh is aired on â&#x20AC;&#x153;There is a beauty on which Austar channel? there called You Canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Call Me Kev Anymore,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Fortunately everybody else thinks they are good songs as well.â&#x20AC;? The inspiration behind his songs is a mixture of drinking beer, seeing the funny side of things and singing about true stories and characters. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I started out in a band By BRAD PERRY

â&#x2013; HUNGRY: The Vicar of Dibleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Geraldine is constantly stuffing her face.

Friday 22nd and as the band got better known, I got pushed to the front of the band as spokesman, lead vocalist,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I found audiences responded much more readily to funny stuff than they did the serious stuff.â&#x20AC;? Performing at some of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest stages such as the Sydney Opera House and London Palladium, Kev sees the lighter side as he looks into the future.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;This year we tour Canada and South Africa and in May next year, it is being negotiated to go to Afghanistan to play for the troops,â&#x20AC;? he said. Kevin â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Bloodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wilson is performing at the Chaffey Theatre, Renmark, next Thursday. To read the full interview with Kevin â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Bloodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wilson, visit www.riverlandweekly.com.au

Saturday 23rd

â&#x2013; LARRIKIN: Famous Aussie performer Kevin â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Bloodyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wilson will hit the Chaffey Theatre later this month, celebrating 25 years on stage.

 

   

 

    

8.00

    

 

  

5.30 6.00

Invasion 8.35 8.40pm, WIN 9

6.00

Last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s solution:

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

9.30

10.00 10.30 11.00 11.30 8.30

9.00

An all-star cast with a less than impressive title. 12.00 6.00 12.30 Reasons why you should watch this: 1.30 Hot redhead and Aussie delight6.30Nicole 10.15 3.00 Kidman features. 7.20 6.05 10.45 shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t watch this: Reasons why you 10.55 7.30aliens You may begin to believe there are 7.00 amongst us. Unlikely. 11.40

9.30 10.30

11.05 11.20

8.00

5.00 Indecent 11.00

4.45 Proposal 5.00 10pm, WIN ten

6am

6pm 12.00 Somehow this 6.00 movie is scheduled after 12.30 the Melbourne6.30versus Port Adelaide

match

and

poses

an

interesting

6.30 7.00 7.30 If someone offered 8.25 to get it on with your 3.00 wife or partner8.30for $1 million dollars, would you let 9.15 them? Is that a decent 7.40 10.05 If your relationship proposal for you? is 10.10 going smoothly, probably donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ask this 11.20 1.00 question.

2.00

Whitman 3.00 8pm, ABC 2

6am

6.00 9.00 4.30 Walt Whitman copped a bad rap 10.00 5.00 7.00when Homer Simpson6.10 mistook his gravestone for his motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Homer yells, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Damn 10.30 7.25 you, 7.00 Walt Whitman! I-hate-you-Walt-freaking11.30 7.30 of Grassâ&#x20AC;?, my (butt)! Whitman! â&#x20AC;&#x153;Leaves 12.00 8.35 Leaves of Grass was a famous 8.30 poem Whitman10.10 wrote. Where would 1.00 our knowledge10.45 of poets be without 1.30 The Simpsons? 4.30 Dr 5.30

6.00

6.00

7.30

Phil 6.30 7.00 12pm, WIN 10

5.30 6.00 9.00

There is nothing 8.00 like the voice of Dr Phil when you are at home on 11.00 6.00 8.40 your day off work. 12.00 10.20 The wise doctor 12.30 10.55 recently had his moustache shaved 1.30 11.05 off by Oprah. 12.30 10 years younger. They said he looked 6.30 2.00 Dr Philâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new advice to keep marriages 3.00 alive; shave off 1.50 moustache. 7.20 6.50 Loverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Guide to Australia 7.00 6.00 4pm, SBS 7.30 8.00 4.30 Wine 5.30

8.30

10.10

11.05

7.30 8.00 8.30

9.30 10.15

10.30 11.00 11.30

9.00

I wouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t call 8.30 myself a wine lover 6.00 but 12.00 6.30Valley 12.30 recently returning from the Clare 9.25 it is easy to see why 1.30 Gourmet Weekend, people like a drop of red. In this 7.20 episode 2.00 there is a visit to10.23 an Adelaide Hills winery 7.30 10.35 3.00 and a segment 11.30 on how different shaped glassware can12.25affect wine. 8.00 Simple 6.00 4.30 Masterchef7.00Australia 5.30 5.30 7.30 6.00 7.30pm, WIN8.0010 9.00 6.00 8.35 former Masterchef While in Clare, 9.05 Parsons told his fans contestant Lucas 6.00 12.00 9.35 this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s contestants are too â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;whineyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. 12.30 Also, George had how to 10.00 to be taught6.30 1.30 eat properly and have you ever noticed 10.30 and Iâ&#x20AC;? now7.20 how he says â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gary instead 10.45 2.00 of â&#x20AC;&#x153;me and Garryâ&#x20AC;?? My editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tip is 3.00 Marion to win 11.45 and go on to a7.30prolific 12.40 career in the media. 8.00 6.10

My tip is that the winner cries.

9.25

5.30 6.00

answer: bigger glass equals more wine.

3TARTSATPMMEALSFROMPM

/0%.$!93 2OWE3TREET #OBDOGLA

 

Monday 25th

To solve a Sudoku puzzle, every number from 1 to 9 must appear in: â&#x20AC;˘ Each of the nine vertical columns â&#x20AC;˘ Each of the nine horizontal rows â&#x20AC;˘ Each of the nine 3 x 3 boxes. Remember no number can occur more than once in any row, column or box



3ATURDAY-AY

"//+).'3

British 8.00 have a very 9.00 strange sense of humour. 8.35 6.00 12.00 For example, they created the Vicar of 12.30 Dibley in the small town of Oxfordshire. 9.30 6.30 1.30 Lead lady Vicar Geraldine has the most 10.20 annoying voice and is often 7.20 caught 2.00 10.30 eating chocolate bars hidden in 7.30 Bibles. 3.00 11.50 Chocolate bars12.45 hidden in Bibles? She 6.10 has got a date with the devil. 8.00

8.30 9.00

question. Seriously though, would you?

Tuesday 26th

PMSTARTMEALSFROMPM

Sudoku

5.30 6.00

6.00 The

5.00 Walt 6.30

Wednesday 27th

$//23.!+%3

Vicar of Dibley 7.30pm, WIN7.00 7.30SA

7.30

-5,4)!7!2$7)..).'#,5"

3ATURDAY-AY

4.30 The 5.30

4.30 The 5.30

Sunday 24th

Answers: 1. Chelsea; 2. England; 3. Athens; 4. Paringa; 5. Jessica Watson; 6. Moscow; 7. New York City; 8. Ned Kelly; 9. Tim Roth; 10. 1969; 11. True; 12. Pim Verbeek; 13. Port Adelaide; 14. Czech Republic; 15. False â&#x20AC;&#x201C; He is in The Backstreet Boys; 16. Slade; 17. England; 18. Nickelodeon;

ISTRICT #$ #OBDOGLA#LU$ B #

Thursday 21st

Trifâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Trivia

8.30 9.30 10.30

11.20 11.30

8.30 9.30

10.35

11.25


Thursday May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 39

$ZTUJD'JCSPTJTJTBMJGFUISFBUFOJOHHFOFUJDDPOEJUJPOUIBU BĂľFDUTUIFMVOHTBOEEJHFTUJWFTZTUFN 3PTF%BZJTBOBOOVBMOBUJPOBMEBZUP IFJHIUFOBXBSFOFTTPG$ZTUJD'JCSPTJTBOE SBJTFNVDIOFFEFEGVOETJOUIFIPQFPG mOEJOHBDVSF

'VOESBJTJOH4BVTBHF4J[[MF BNQNJOGSPOUPGUIF -+)PPLFS0ĂśDF 8JMTPO4USFFU#FSSJ

5IJTZFBSNBSLTPVSZFBSQBSUOFSTIJQXJUI $ZTUJD'JCSPTJT"VTUSBMJBBOEXFMPPLGPSXBSE UPFYUFOEJOHPVSDPOUJOVFETVQQPSUJO )FMQVTNBLFBEJĂľFSFODFDPNFJOUPPVS PĂśDFUPEBZBOEmOEPVUIPXZPVDBONBLFB DPOUSJCVUJPOEVSJOHUIFNPOUIPG.BZ

TV Guide

"--8&-$0.&

-+)PPLFS$ZTUJD'JCSPTJT"VTUSBMJB"1BSUOFSTIJQJO$BSJOH

Thursday 20th

4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 How The Earth Was Made 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Jeeves And Wooster 1.30 Collectors

2.00 The Bill 3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.05 Grand Designs 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Voyage To The Planets 9.30 Stones In Exile 10.35 Lateline 11.10 Lateline Business 11.35 Live From Abbey Road

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Poh's Kitchen 6.30 Dirty Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 The Colbert Report 8.00 Spicks And Specks 8.30 Lowdown 9.00 Psychoville

9.30 The Graham Norton Show 10.15 Gavin And Stacey: Pam and Mick offer Gavin and Stacey the deposit on a house. 10.50 FM 11.10 Father Ted 11.40 How Not To Live Your Life 12.10 Ideal 12.35 Hyperdrive 1.05 Little Angels

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Mystery Woman: Redemption 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News

6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 The Vicar Of Dibley 8.30 Benidorm 9.30 Amazing Race 11.30 Flashforward 12.30 The Matty Johns Show 1.30 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.00 Antiques

Roadshow 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 A Current Affair 7.00 Two And A Half Men 7.30 Getaway 8.30 Sea Patrol 9.30 The Footy Show 11.15 Nine News 11.45 Footy Show Late 1.30 ET 2.00 Guthy Renker 3.00 Danoz

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 Ten News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.00 Glee 9.00 Law & Order: SVU 10.00 Medium 11.00 Ten News 11.45 The Late Show 12.30 Buffy 1.30 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers' Guide To Australia 1.30 Anthrax War 2.20 Roswell Enterprises 2.30 Dateline 3.30 Wedding Sari Showdown 4.00 Feast Greece 4.30 World Watch 5.00 PBS Newshour 6.00 Global Village

6.30 World News 7.30 Italian Food Safari 8.00 Costa's Garden Odyssey 8.30 Equator 9.30 World News 10.05 Movie: Little Jerusalem (France): Fanny Valette and Elsa Zylberstein 11.45 Movie: Nina's Journey (Sweden) 1.55 Weatherwatch

Friday 21st

SBS

4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Catalyst 11.30 The New Inventors 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Enough Rope 2.30 Spicks And Specks

3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 5.00 Football: Women's Asian Cup: Korea Rep v Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Stateline 8.00 Collectors 8.30 Waking The Dead 10.15 Ladies Of Letters 10.40 Lateline 11.20 The Graham Norton Show 12.10 rage

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 The Urban Chef 6.30 Dirty Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 The Colbert Report 8.00 Mr. Bean 8.30 Being Erica: After a shocking

turn of events at River Rock Publishing, Erica discovers the value of setbacks. 9.15 Love Soup 9.45 Bonekickers 10.45 Later... With Jools Holland 11.45 Songbook 12.35 Planet Rock Profiles 1.05 Little Angels 1.35 Coach Trip

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Dying Young: Julia Roberts 2.30 The Golden Girls 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News

6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Better Homes And Gardens 8.30 AFL: Collingwood v Geelong: The MCG 11.45 Win News 12.15 Movie: Broken Lizard's Club Dread: Bill Paxton 2.15 Hot Property 2.30 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.00 Antiques

Roadshow 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 A Current Affair 7.00 Two And A Half Men 7.30 Top Gear 8.40 Movie: The Invasion 10.40 The Closer 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Friday Football 2.00 Movie: Let Me Not: Charlotte Rees

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 Ten News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 9.00 NCIS 10.00 Numb3rs 11.00 Ten News 11.30 Sports Tonight 12.00 The Late Show 1.00 Friday Night Lights 2.00 Zero Hour

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers' Guide To Australia 1.30 Insight 2.30 Return Of The Bible Plagues 3.30 Living Black 4.00 Countdown To Eurovision 4.30 World Watch 5.00 PBS Newshour 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News

7.30 The Hottest Place On Earth 8.30 Iran And The West 9.30 World News 10.00 A Lady's Guide To Brothels 11.10 Movie: Hardcore (Greece): Omiros Poulakis 12.50 Movie: Almost Brothers (Brazil, Chile and France) 2.40 Weatherwatch

Saturday 22nd

TEN

5.00 rage 11.00 Poh's Kitchen 11.30 Message Stick 12.00 Stateline 12.30 Australian Story 1.00 Foreign Correspondent 1.30 The Oldest Living Tasmanian 2.00 The SANFL: North Adelaide v West Adelaide 5.00 Bowls: International Test:

Australia v England: Highlights 6.00 Nigella Feasts 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Doc Martin 8.25 ABC News 8.30 The Bill 9.15 ABC News 9.20 Midsomer Murders 11.00 Silent Witness 11.55 rage

6am Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6pm At The Movies 6.30 Heartland: Tim and Jack are reliving their glory days. 7.30 Robin Hood: When Allan and Kate are kidnapped, Robin retaliates by snatching the kidnapperâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s son. 8.15 Mr Bean With Rowan Atkinson

8.30 Clint Eastwood Season: Joe Kidd 9.55 Movie: Hoodwink: John Hargreaves: Based on the true story of an Australian con artist who briefly won the hearts of the media. 11.30 The Oldest Living Tasmanian 12.00 Seed Hunter 1.00 Murder Or Mutiny

6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 9.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 1.00 V8 Xtra 1.30 V8 Supercars: Fujitsu Series: Winton 2.30 V8 Supercars: Touring Car Masters 3.00 To Be Announced 4.30 What's Up Down

Under 5.00 Guide To The Good Life 5.30 Discover 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Movie: Nimâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Island: Abigail Breslin 8.30 Movie: You Only Live Twice 10.50 Movie: The River Wild 1.00 Movie: In America 3.00 Hot Property 4.00 Home Shopping

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Saturday 9.00 Saturday KerriAnne 10.00 Children's Programs 1.30 Cybershack 2.00 Movie: The Blue Butterfly 4.00 Building Ideas 4.30 Talk To The Animals

5.00 Postcards International 5.30 Out Of The Blue 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Movie: Must Love Dogs: Diane Lane 9.30 Movie: Hitch: Will Smith 11.55 Movie: Main Event 1.55 Movie: Jack

6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 Video Hits 12.00 Out Of The Blue 1.00 The Barefoot Investor 1.30 AFL: North Melbourne v Western Bulldogs 4.30 Simply Footy 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Sports Tonight 6.30 Before The Game 7.00 AFL: Melbourne

v Port Adelaide 10.00 Movie: Indecent Proposal: Robert Redford, Demi Moore and Woody Harrelson 12.30 Cops 1.30 Video Hits 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Bayless Conley 4.30 Leading The Way With Dr. Michael Youssef 5.00 Hour Of Power

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Trip To Asia: The Quest For Harmony 2.55 Empire Of The Word 3.55 Living With The Future 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Road To The 2010 FIFA World Cup 6.30 World News 7.30 Monster Moves 8.30 Eurovision A-Z

9.45 Rockwiz 10.30 Movie: The Stone Council (France): Monica Bellucci 12.15 SOS 1.15 Swordsmen Of The Passes: Mr. Tong meets travelling tutor Bian, and is impressed by his sense of justice and honour. 2.50 Weatherwatch

Sunday 23rd

WIN NINE

5.00 rage 6.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Inside Business 10.30 Offsiders 11.00 Asia Pacific Focus 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Landline 1.00 Gardening Australia 1.30 Message Stick 2.00 Travel Oz 2.30 Athens: The

Truth About Democracy 3.30 New York And Paris 4.25 Karsh Is History 5.30 Art Nation 6.00 At The Movies 6.30 Treks In A Wild World 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Doctor Who 8.35 Foyle's War 10.05 Compass 10.55 Scene By Scene

6am Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6pm Football: Women's Asian Cup: China PR v Australia 8.00 Walt Whitman: In the summer of 1855, Whitman selfpublished Leaves of Grass, a slim volume of unnamed poems that broke all of the established rules. 9.40 Cold Feet: Jenny

finds the loss of her baby only serves to emphasise the cracks in her relationship with Pete. 10.30 Brideshead Revisited: Lady Marchmain visits Oxford, and tries to enlist Charles to help her change Sebastian's life. 11.30 Live At The Basement

6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.00 The Shape Of Things To Come 12.00 Footy Flashbacks 1.00 AFL: Adelaide v Brisbane 3.45 AFL: Carlton v Hawthorn 6.00 Seven News

6.30 Sunday Night 7.30 Border Security Australia's Front Line 8.00 The Force Behind The Line 8.30 Bones 9.30 Castle 10.30 Scrubs 11.00 30 Rock 12.00 Movie: Mombo Italiano: Paul Sorvino 2.00 Home Shopping 3.00 NBC Meet The Press

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Sunday 10.00 Wide World Of Sports 11.00 Sunday Footy Show 1.00 Gilliganâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Island 1.30 Men In Trees 3.30 Survivor: Heroes Vs Villains 4.30 Antiques Roadshow

5.30 Postcards 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Customs 7.00 Send In The Dogs 7.30 60 Minutes 8.30 Underbelly: The Golden Mile 9.30 Australian Families Of Crime 10.30 V 11.30 Embarrassing Illnesses 12.00 Nine News 12.30 Sunday Football

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 8.00 Meet The Press 8.30 Video Hits 12.00 One Tree Hill 1.00 Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Me Or The Dog 1.30 I Fish 2.30 Netball: ANZ Championship: Thunderbirds v Firebirds

4.30 Road To Delhi 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Sports Tonight 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Merlin 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.30 The Good Wife 9.30 House 10.30 Movie: Children Of Men: Clive Owen 12.30 Road To Delhi 1.00 Cops 1.30 Home Shopping

3.30 UEFA Champions League Final 6.30 Weatherwatch 7.00 World Watch 10.30 A Fork In The Road 11.00 Three Tales Of Two Cities 11.30 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup 12.00 Australian BMX Championships 2010 12.30 World Superbike Championships

1.00 Speedweek 2.00 Giro Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;italia 3.00 Football Asia 3.30 Futbol Mundial 4.00 Football Feature 5.00 The World Game 6.00 Road To The 2010 FIFA World Cup 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Dateline 9.30 First Australians 11.20 Movie: The 13 Roses (Spain)

Monday 24th

WIN SA

4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 The Return Of Sherlock Holmes 1.30 The Cook And The Chef

2.00 Parliament 3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Travel Oz 6.30 Talking Heads 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.20 Media Watch 9.35 Q&A 10.35 Lateline 11.10 Lateline Business 11.35 Sin City Law

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Collectors 6.30 Dirty Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 The Colbert Report 8.00 Important Things with Demetri Martin

8.30 Good Game 8.55 Usavich 9.00 I Rock: Band On The Run 9.30 Sanctuary 10.30 The League Of Gentlemen 11.00 triple j presents 11.30 Death Note 12.00 It's Adam And Shelley 12.30 No Heroics 1.05 Little Angels 1.35 Coach Trip

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Mom At Sixteen 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News

6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 The Zoo 8.00 Find My Family 8.30 Desperate Housewives 9.30 Brothers & Sisters 10.30 Trauma 11.30 Beat Squad 12.00 Win News 12.30 Sons And Daughters 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.00 Antiques

Roadshow 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 A Current Affair 7.00 Two And A Half Men 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 8.30 The Mentalist 9.30 CSI: Miami 10.30 Footy Classified 11.30 Nine News 12.00 McLeodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Daughters

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 Ten News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.30 Good News Week 10.00 Glee 11.00 Ten News 11.45 The Late Show 12.30 Saving Grace 1.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers' Guide To Australia 1.30 Humanimal 2.30 Dateline 3.30 Insight 4.30 World Watch 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Futbol Mundial 6.00 Living Black 6.30 World News 7.30 Mythbusters 8.35 Man Vs Wild

9.30 World News 10.00 South Park 10.30 Entourage: Drama and Turtle go looking for Saigon on the day the record deal is supposed to be signed. 11.05 Movie: Initial D (Hong Kong) 12.55 Movie: The Magic Blade (Hong Kong) 2.40 Weatherwatch

Tuesday 25th

ABC 2

4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 The World's Worst Disasters 1.30 The Einstein Factor

2.00 Parliament 3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.05 Time Team 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Rick Stein's Far Eastern Odyssey 9.35 QI 10.05 Artscape 10.35 Lateline 11.10 Lateline Business

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Dynasties 6.30 Dirty Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 The Colbert Report 8.00 Outnumbered: Mum is upset to find out that Pete is being

investigated. 8.30 The Street 9.30 The Wire: Herc and Dozerman join Marimow in the stripped-down Major Crimes Unit. 10.30 Ashes To Ashes 11.30 Fear, Stress And Anger 12.00 Heartland 12.45 A Little Later 1.05 Little Angels 1.35 Coach Trip

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Love's Unending Legacy 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News

6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Australia's Got Talent 9.00 Grey's Anatomy 10.00 Private Practice 11.00 Serial Killers 12.00 Win News 12.30 Popstars 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.00 Antiques

Roadshow 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 A Current Affair 7.00 Two And A Half Men 7.30 Top Gear 8.40 Survivor: Heroes Vs Villains: Finale and Reunion 11.30 Nine News 12.00 WWE Afterburn 1.00 ET 1.30 Danoz

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 Ten News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 8.00 Modern Family 8.30 NCIS 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Army Wives 12.55 Sex And The City

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Eurovision Song Contest Junior 2009 3.15 Blue, Karma, Tiger 3.30 Living Black 4.00 Wine Lovers' Guide To Australia 4.30 World Watch 5.00 PBS Newshour 6.00 Global Village: Presented by Silvio Rivier

6.30 World News 7.30 Insight 8.30 Lani's Story 9.30 World News 10.00 Hot Docs: In My Father's Country 11.00 Movie: Blackout (The Philippines): Robin Padilla, Iza Calzado and JM Reyes 12.35 The Wehrmacht 1.40 Weatherwatch

Wednesday 26th

ABC 1

5IVSTEBZ.BZ

4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address 1.30 Talking Heads 2.00 Parliament

3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Cheese Slices 6.30 Poh's Kitchen 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 The New Inventors 8.30 Spicks And Specks 9.00 Lowdown 9.30 Psychoville 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 How Do They Do It? 6.30 Dirty Jobs 7.10 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 The Colbert Report 8.00 Video Killed The Radio Star

8.30 Blood Sweat And Takeaways: The group faces up to the challenges of Asia's poultry industry. 9.30 The Human Power Station 10.30 Millionaires' Mission 11.35 Spendaholics 12.30 A Place In Slovakia 1.05 Little Angels 1.35 Coach Trip

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Lost Special 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News

7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Dog Squad 8.00 Surf Patrol 8.30 Lost 11.00 Movie: Transporter 2: Jason Statham and Amber Valetta 12.35 Win News 1.05 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.00 Antiques

Roadshow 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 A Current Affair 7.00 Customs 7.30 Two And A Half Men 8.30 Cold Case 9.30 State Of Origin: New South Wales v Queensland 12.15 Eclipse Music TV 12.45 ET 1.15 Nine Presents

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 Ten News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.00 Huey 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef Australia 9.00 Lie To Me 10.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 11.00 Ten News 11.45 The Late Show 12.30 The Shield 1.30 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Lionel Rose 2.00 River Of No Return 3.00 The Nest 4.00 A Fork In Africa 4.30 World Watch 5.00 PBS Newshour 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.35 Inspector Rex 8.30 Desperately Seeking Doctors

9.30 World News 10.00 The Killing 11.05 Movie: By The Pricking Of My Thumbs (France): Catherine Frot and Andre Dussolier 12.55 Australian Biography 1.30 Movie: Samaritan Girl (South Korea): Lee Eol and Gwak Ji-Min 3.15 Weatherwatch


L

Riverland Riverland

Page

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Issue No. 127

Annual cycling event approaches

31

CLASH OF THE TITANS RFL showcases its best players in interleague clashes By BRAD PERRY THE pride of the Riverland is on the line this weekend as the best of Riverland football don prestigious guernseys for their respective interleague clashes. A star studded RFL line up will take on a selected Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara Football League team for the first time at Barmera Oval, while the Independents compete against a Mallee Football League side at Karoonda. RFL coach Brett Exelby said wearing the interleague colours is an honour. â&#x20AC;&#x153;From prior experience, it is a great concept,â&#x20AC;? he said â&#x20AC;&#x153;You form your relationships and form respect for guys you play with and from there on, every time you play against each other, you tend to have a mutual respect. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Playing rep footy is really important.â&#x20AC;? While the RFL side boasts several big name players, the KNTFL team also has a blend of experience and youth. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I had a look at their squad today and they have got quite a few experienced players in there and a bit of youth as well, so they are going to take a bit of stopping,â&#x20AC;? Exelby said. However, Exelby is confident his team can put in a strong performance on Riverland turf. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have got a very youthful side and it is going to be quick, mixed with a couple of very hard on ballers as well,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are looking for a very good hit out and on our home ground at Barmera, we should know the turf pretty well and we will use our leg speed and enthusiasm the best we can. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think the 50/50 contested ball and stoppages will be the key. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They are pretty hard movers of the footy but if we can manage to get our hands on the ball first and give it to our runners, we will be on the front foot.â&#x20AC;? Exelby said Berri ruckman Jason Sutherland will give an on ball brigade, likely to be made up of Loxton captain Leigh Kruger, Waikerie veteran Damian Stevens and Berri ball magnet Adam Beauchamp, first use of the football in the middle of the ground. â&#x2013; Continued Page 32 â&#x2013;  READY: Loxton North captain Josh Nelson (left) will front up for the Riverland Football League against Kowree Naracoorte Tatiara, while East Murray on baller Michael Kirk is looking forward to the challenge of the Independents taking on the Mallee. Photo: JANE WILSON

L

#FL=JD=9?M=L@AK-9LMJ<9Q'9Q

"ARMERAHOSTS

+AROONDAHOSTS

2IVERLANDV+OWREE.ARACOORTE4ATIARA 5SAM 5SPM !'RADEPM

$ISTRIBUTEDFREEEVERY4HURSDAYTHROUGHOUTTHE2IVERLAND

-ALLEEV2IVERLAND)NDEPENDENTS

MDD;9L=JAF?9L:GL@?JGMF<KcGE=9F<K==L@=,AN=JD9F<K:=KL

5SPM !'RADEPM

Riverland Weekly  

May Twenty 2010

Advertisement