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THE equation is, do people want to have green lawns or do they want to eat food? That was the comment made by the Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone who is calling on the State Government to give irrigators full water entitlement by the end of the year. Premier Mike Rann announced on the weekend that domestic water restrictions will be lifted by December and despite irrigators receiving a seven per cent increase in water allocations yesterday, Mr Whetstone said

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there needs to be some assurance and certainty. “There has to be equity with what the government are doing and if they are coming out, unannounced, stopping the (domestic water) restrictions in Adelaide...I think it is time the government stood up and supported irrigators’ allocations,” he said.

“Industrial water is now at 100 per cent, they have secured their water for next year as well as this year, the Lower Lakes has got a positive level in it and it’s above sea level now, we’ve got good in-flows and we’ve got storages. “More importantly, it will be irresponsible of the government to now ease (domestic water) restrictions everywhere and not give the same consideration to the irrigators.”

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Rhonda not in mayoral race By BRAD PERRY ONE of the Riverland’s most experienced female councillors has declared she will not run for mayor in this year’s local government elections. Berri Barmera councillor of 15 years Rhonda Centofanti has spent time as deputy mayor in previous years but has ruled out running for the lead position. However, she would like to see a female heading a Riverland council. “In the Berri Barmera Council we used to have five women and five men, so it was a good balance but there is only two women councillors on the Berri Barmera Council and I am one of them,” she said. “It has always been a lot of men on councils and there still is but I think that will change now because the roles are changing. “There is only 26 per cent of females in South Australia on councils and that is including mayors, so there is not many.” Mrs Centofanti said the role of mayor does not interest her, despite enjoying her time as deputy mayor previously. “The mayor has...no voting rights and I like to be there behind the scenes,” she said. As it is the year of women in local government, Mrs Centofanti said there is no more appropriate time for a lady to follow in the footsteps of former Berri mayor Margaret Evans, who led the district for 27 years. “She was probably my mentor,” she said. “I would like to see a female as mayor.” Incumbent Peter Hunt is the only person to have currently indicated he will be standing for the Berri Barmera mayoralty at the upcoming local government elections.

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Adelaide’s got its water, as do city industries and gardeners, so who’s missing out? Seems it is irrigators again. Yesterday’s irrigation allocation rise was obviously very welcome, no Riverlander will knock it back. However, as our front page headline so pointedly asks, where is the rest? It is hard to feel that not everything possible is being done for this region when everybody else in the state is getting their cut of the water and not us. Agriculture Minister Michael O’Brien tells us this week (page 8) that no more exit grants will be offered to growers, as the State Government is worried more will leave the region. However, if irrigator allocations are not going to reflect the water coming into this state, then many growers will again be considering their options. This region has copped its fair share of knocks in the water crisis, with seemingly more to come in the wake of the upcoming national basin plan, and Water Minister Paul Caica offers little reassurance when he cannot tell us the trigger figure for irrigators to receive 100 per cent of their allocations. Once again it seems city needs have come before ours.

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One local council concept

By BRAD PERRY

THE push for one Riverland council has heightened with Premier Mike Rann discussing the issue during his whirlwind tour of the Riverland last week. While meeting with members of the Berri Barmera Council, the Premier discussed the much debated topic of council amalgamations in the Riverland. “He actually brought it up... and mentioned about amalgamations,” Mayor Peter Hunt said. “He said it could be something to look at because of (the way) our area (is set up) with our councils. “We are always looking at different things and somewhere down the track that might be a possibility.” While, the conversation about amalgamations was not long, Mr

Hunt said it was important the ment of Berri, with an emphasis Premier brought up the topic. on the proposed sports hub. Mr Hunt is keen for the Premier “We are a region of one, really, and we have only got about to return to the region and attend a a 33,000 or 35,000 population,” public forum where locals can ask him the questions he said. they want answered “Naturally...the but for now he will one council helps to The cost saving continue to write letentice more industry of amalgamating ters to the Premier. and support from A spokeswoman government. the three councils for Premier Rann “Everyone knows would be said the State GovI have been an advoernment supports cate for amalgamaenormous. voluntary council tions but it is going amalgamations and to take time and we will not force counneed to just work tocils to merge. gether for a start and “Mr Rann has no plans to legsee how we go from there.” Meeting at the Berri Barmera islate for council amalgamations, Council chambers, Mr Rann dis- nor will he be arguing the case for cussed local economic issues, the it,” she said. “Voluntary amalgamation Riverland Futures Task Force and council’s plans for the redevelop- builds on a foundation of good-

will that increases the likelihood of success. “Any notion of amalgamations is entirely in the domain of the Riverland councils and the people of the Riverland.” Mr Hunt is the second regional mayor who has advocated for one Riverland council, the other being retiring Loxton Waikerie Mayor Dean Maywald. Vocal Riverlander Andy Watts is also an advocate of having one regional council, writing to the Riverland Weekly last week. “Having one CEO and one mayor that would represent 30,000 people would be a far better way to go, as they would represent the whole Riverland,” he said. “The cost saving of amalgamating the three councils would be enormous.

■ CONCEPT: Premier Mike Rann raised the topic of council amalgamations during last week’s visit. “Currently in the Riverland we have one CEO and mayor per 10,000 people. “In New South Wales it’s one CEO and one mayor per 60,000 people.”

Elective appointments postponed in surgeon’s absence By LES PEARSON RIVERLAND patients requiring elective surgery have either had their appointments postponed or are being sent to Adelaide, with no local surgeon service available for the next 11 days. In a letter sent to Riverland and GPs last Thursday, Riverland Regional Health Service director Tom Neilson said there will be an extended period where the service will be without a general surgeon. Since resident surgeon Dr Arnold Seglenieks left the region in October last year, the health service has been utilising locum surgeons. “Unfortunately, the agency engaged to provide general surgeons cannot at this time provide a surgeon from Monday (August

30), through to (September 12),” Mr Neilson told GPs in the letter. “The agency will continue to seek a surgeon for these dates, however given the need to bring surety to patients and to enable general practitioners and anaesthetists engaged in elective sessions sion scheduled during these pe-

fortnight for consults and about 10 patients undergo general surgical procedures. This issue also leaves the region without a surgeon to provide opinions that are needed by specialists on a daily basis for patients with surgical problems. “The Riverland Regional

“It is thought necessary to postpone elective surgery sessions planned between (those dates). riods, it is thought necessary to postpone elective surgery sessions planned between (those dates).” Surgeons from Flinders Medical Centre (FMC) have also been visiting the region for three days every fortnight. On average, general surgeons from FMC see 20 patients each

Health Service is actively pursuing options to ensure resident specialist surgeons are available so as to put in place a sustainable surgical service on an ongoing and permanent basis,” Mr Neilson assured GPs. “While action to accomplish this progresses, we shall con-

tinue to pursue the use of locum surgeons and maintain the fortnightly visit of surgeons from the Flinders Medical Service. “I apologise for the disruption this causes to general practitioners and patients but assure you every effort will continue to ensure full surgical cover can be rostered as soon as is possible.” A statement issued to the Riverland Weekly by Country Health SA reassured the community that h services are continuing. other “Country Health SA advises that surgical specialists continue to visit the Riverland Health Service and surgical services in orthopaedics, urology, gastroenterology, ophthalmology and gynaecology continue without disruption,” the statement said.

Local police launch mobile phone campaign MURRAY Mallee police will be conducting a road safety operation across the region this month, focussing on the use of mobile phones while driving. Murray Mallee Local Service Area Superintendent Ian Parrott said during the 2009/2010 financial year, over 200 people in the region were detected using a mobile phone while driving and a further 25 have been detected in two months so far this year.

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Water smart ways to stay

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MOST gardeners will stick to their water efficient ways despite the lifting of water restrictions, according to local plant experts. Berri Native Plants owner Andrew Walladge said hundreds of residents have adjusted their gardens to be more water efficient and will stay that way despite the restrictions no longer applying

come December. “So many people have spent a lot of money setting up their gardens right and doing the right thing,” he said. “I reckon if they go from drippers back to sprinklers, it really is a massive backwards step. “I would liken it to smoking in public places, it is really considered socially irresponsible now.

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“Water is also costing us more, so no one in their right mind would put sprinklers back on.” He hoped the decision was not made on one year of reasonable rainfall. “Our rainfall zone and the state of the river is not going to go away after just 12 months,” he said. However, Mr Walladge saw some merit in the change. “Removing watering times will be of benefit as it will be far more convenient for people,” he said. Waikerie gardener Don Webster is known throughout the town for his impressive garden, receiving six KESAB awards and nine local awards for his efforts. The 88 year old said he will not be looking to take advantage of the watering restriction changes. “I really think that it is a good thing if people are partial with their water,” he said. “I didn’t have much trouble cutting back and my last water bill was only $60.”

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■ THE RIGHT THING: Berri Native Plants owner Andrew Walladge believes most gardeners will stick to water efficient watering methods such as hand watering (above) and dripper systems despite the lifting of water restrictions in December. Photo: JANE WILSON

Mr Webster utilises natural shade from trees and also from shade cloth to protect his garden during the warmer months and anticipates an exciting spring season. He said he is happy for locals looking for water efficiency or gen-

eral gardening ideas to visit his garden. Mr Walladge said it is inevitable some will switch back to the sprinklers but believes most responsible gardeners will remain conservative with water.

Restrictions lifted despite recent Caica comments

■ COMMENT: Water Minister Paul Caica said it would be irresponsible of the State Government to lift domestic water restrictions during last week’s press conference at Berri. reimpose them in DecemMember for Chaffey Tim By BRAD PERRY ber or January because we Whetstone said it is conDURING a visit to the haven’t had the rain that cerning Mr Rann made the Riverland with Premier Mike we want,” Mr Caica told a domestic water restriction Rann last week, Water Minis- press conference in Berri last announcement without consulting his advisers. ter Paul Caica said it would Tuesday. “We will be looking at “That shows they are not be irresponsible of him to lift domestic water restrictions in those restrictions, which is reading off the same page,” the appropriate thing to do, in he said. the current situation. “I would think the minJust over a week later and the context of the year’s water the Premier has announced supply at the end of what will ister needs to recognise the Level 3 enhanced water re- be the...rainy season and also impact of the lack of supstrictions will end by Decem- the advent of the (Adelaide) port they have shown (to the Riverland) through the ber 1, with water conserva- desal plant. “At the moment what hard times.” tion measures in place. Meantime, the Murray “I think it would be high- we want, and I think what ly irresponsible of me to lift everyone here wants, is for Darling Basin Plan guide restrictions today...before we water to still continue to fall will not be released until have gone through the win- out of the sky, which means October 8. The release of the guide ter and we know what water we don’t have to ease restricis available to us because tions anyway because we are has been delayed due to the the worst thing would be to using the water that does fall federal election. lift them today and have to out of the sky.”

Nick sees merit in visit from curious Katter By LES PEARSON

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INDEPENDENT Senator Nick Xenophon believes Riverlanders should not write off the value of having north Queensland Independent MP Bob Katter visit the region in coming weeks. Mr Katter was recently quoted saying the vital river system was smaller than “just one of my rivers”, dismissing concerns for the basin. Known for sticking to his guns, questions have been raised whether having Mr Katter visit the region would have any impact at all on his thoughts on the Murray Darling Basin. He is one of the three potential ‘kingmaker’ independent MPs, who will decide which of the major parties will form the new government.

Sen Xenophon said it is important to keep an open mind about Mr Katter’s potential visit. “People shouldn’t underestimate Bob Katter,” Sen Xenophon told the Riverland Weekly. “He is a smart and shrewd man and I’m very confident that once he has seen the Murray and visited the Riverland he will get a proper perspective of its issues.” Sen Xenophon added that as Independent politicians, he and Mr Katter share common ground on many issues, including food security and ensuring Australia does not become reliant on food imports. “I am confident the visit will take place in the next two or three weeks,” Sen Xenophon said.

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Thursday September 2, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 5

It looks like we might get a crop this year for the first time in three seasons.

â– HOPEFUL: Apricot grower Jim Rolfe is anticipating his first crop in three years this season. Photo: JANE WILSON

Jim’s apricot patch back from the dead

By BRAD PERRY

THE positive start to the irrigation season will see one Riverland grower produce a crop for the first time in three years. Barmera stone fruit grower Jim Rolfe has barely been able to keep his trees alive, let alone produce a crop over the past three seasons. However, a strong start in water allocations in the current season means he is confident his 12 acres of apricot trees will return a strong crop this year. “The past three years have been abysmal,� Mr Rolfe said. “What they had announced (in past years), the 12 or 13 per cent (at this stage of the year) was just enough to keep them alive.

“I lost 70 to 80 (per cent of my crop) at that time. “It looks like we might get a crop this year for the first time in three seasons.� With water allocations rising from 34 per cent to 41 per cent yesterday, Mr Rolfe said he and many other growers were pleased with the season’s start and expect allocation rises to continue. During the past three years, instead of pruning his fruit trees, Mr Rolfe simply tapped off unwanted fruit, a move he believes helped keep his trees alive. He dries his stone fruit and is confident the dried fruit market will give him good returns. Mr Rolfe, who previously has seen the hardship of living on the

block after working as a field officer with the South Australian Farmers Federation, is looking for alternative ways to create income from his fruit property. “We are in the throes of going organic,� he said. “It will increase dollars and helps to do the right thing.� Not spraying his fruit trees for bugs has been an advantage, according to Mr Rolfe. “The ladybirds keep freckles off (the apricots) because we don’t spray,� he said. As a life member of Trees For Life, Mr Rolfe also plants eucalyptus and wattles around the edge of his 25 acre property to stop spray drift from neighbouring properties reaching his fruit.



     

   

 

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Demand for 100 per cent ■From Page 1 Mr Whetstone believes irrigators must have 100 per cent of their water allocations by the time domestic water restrictions are lifted or they “will be gutted�. “While irrigators are on their knees at 41 per cent, we will be watching lawns being watered once again,� he said. “Drive around Adelaide, we will be watching the verges and everything else being unrestricted. “I’d be fairly confident that with industrial water at 100 per cent, irrigators allocations are looking like we are going to get our full entitlement.� Mr Whetstone suggested that if irrigators do not re-

ceive their full entitlements by December, it is more than evident Mr Rann is under federal pressure. “He (Mr Caica) has got to come out and tell us exactly what the figure is when irrigators are going to receive 100 per cent allocation,� Mr Whetstone said. “We are continually getting overlooked and it is at our expense that everyone is else is benefiting. “I think it is time the government put some support behind the irrigation sector, as it not only helps irrigators but it also supports the communities that benefit from the economic driver of having a full allocation.� Mr Caica said yesterday’s allocation increase to 41 per cent exceeds the predicted

level of 25 per cent by the end of August and is significantly higher than 10 per cent at the same time last year. “While there has been good rainfall over much of the southern Murray Darling Basin and in-flows have improved, about 720 gigalitres of this in-flow was made up of flows of tributaries owned by New South Wales and Victoria,� he said. “Under the Murray Darling Basin Agreement and current water sharing arrangements, South Australia is not entitled to a share of the inflows of these tributaries. “As a result of these tributary in-flows, New South Wales and Victoria have more water available for allocation than South Australia.�

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Kids’ view

With Father’s Day coming up this Sunday, the Riverland Weekly caught up with some of the kids at Woodleigh Children’s Centre, Loxton, to get their thoughts on their dads.

Tyson Blaser, 4. Q: What is your dad’s favourite food? A: Egg and bacon.

Jalen Skinner, 4. Q: What is your dad’s job? A: Fixes things.

Paige Roberts, 4. Q: What do you like about your dad? A: He cooks tea every night.

Amber Nitschke, 4. Q: How old is your dad? A: 10.

Zali Duthie, 4. Q: Who is your dad’s favourite football team? A: He kicks the football with me.

Noah Paull, 4. Q: What is your dad’s hobby? A: Fixes cars and things.

Jonty Koehne, 3. Q: What does your dad help you with? A: Seatbelt and stuff.

Harry Ferber, 3. Q: Where does your dad like spending his weekends? A: In the shed.

Kira Polymiadis, 3. Q: What do you play with your dad? A: In the cubby house, with babies.

Amelia Humphrey, 3. Q: What kind of car does your dad drive? A: White car.

Jakodi Lehmann, 3. Q: What will you make your dad for breakfast on Father’s Day? A: Food.

Leo Petch, 3. Q: What’s your favourite thing you do with your dad? A: Dress ups.

■ AWARDED: Renmark’s Melissa Tamblyn was announced as the state finalist in the National Pharmacy Assistant of the Year award. Photo: JANE WILSON

Reaping rewards in assistant role By LES PEARSON IF you’re looking for a rewarding career with broad horizons, a pharmacy assistant might be an ideal option. Renmark’s Melissa Tamblyn recently was announced as the state finalist in the National Pharmacy Assistant of the Year and said she genuinely loves her job. “Some people think working in a pharmacy is all glamorous but there’s lots of hard work behind it,” she said. “I don’t do it because of the money, I do it because I love it.” She said the job has you wearing “many hats” and always keeps you busy, making versatility a prerequisite in the job. Being a caring person

and an active listener are also two important personal aspects, while Melissa also believes prospective pharmacy assistants must have the desire to continue expanding their knowledge base. “You have to be willing to be up with training as it’s never ending, there is always more to learn,” she said. Melissa started out with the United Discount Chemists pharmacy (then Healthwise) 10 years ago after a stint working at McDonald’s. She said the customer service skills she developed there were big factors in her getting the job, which she did part-time after school. After a short time, Melissa was offered fulltime work and has never looked back. At the awards evening

last month, Melissa was named as the state winner, the shock setting in immediately as she drifted into a brief daze. “My partner called my name out again and I snapped out of it,” she laughed. Part of the prize is an all-expenses paid trip to the Gold Coast for the national finals and a four day conference including public speaking training. Melissa wished to thank the pharmacy, her partner and her parents for their support and helping motivate her to continue to work hard and achieve more. With a certificate three in community pharmacy, she has already worked hard to get to where she is now. “Certificate four is next,” Melissa said.

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Have your say about the issues that affect you.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Water restriction issue WHAT’S the issue here? Do people want green lawns or food security? As of now, SA food producers in the Riverland can only take 34 per cent of their water entitlement. Effectively that means they can produce 34 per cent of their potential crop. When water allocations are increased that means more food. Food producers (irrigators) should get their 100 per cent entitlement before green lawns. If Adelaide people care about food security, then they will wait a little longer before turning on their taps. Bruce Hewett, Lyrup.

Dementia project THE Riverland Division of General Practice (RDGP) has been successful in securing a Dementia Initiative Community Grant from the Department of Health and Ageing. Allowing RDGP to lead in an exciting opportunity to develop and publish a book of short stories titled Moments, Marbles and Memories. When the project is completed, community awareness of dementia will be increased and a shared understanding of its impact on community members will be achieved. The Riverland Division of General Practice is presenting the opportunity for you

to be involved in writing and illustrating a short story to be published in this book. RDGP are looking for stories that express feelings and experiences of the family member who has dementia and how this affected them. The completed book will contain stories from students, community members and carers in addition to information on dementia and contact information for services that can provide support and resources for people suffering from dementia. The book will become a useful tool in increasing awareness of dementia, providing information and contact details of support services available in the Riverland and ‘normalising’ the disease to the whole of the Riverland community. If you would like any more information on the project, or assistance in writing the story, please do not hesitate to call me at the Riverland Division of GPs on 8582 3823. Cale Edwards, Riverland Division of General Practice.

Renmark skate park disgrace I’M WRITING in regard to the disgrace that has become the Renmark skate park. From urinating to vomiting, rubbish and food scraps to foul language and unsupervised children. This park, which was sup-

posed to be a place to take my children to play and have fun, is now the equivalent of taking my kids to play in a public toilet. With an overwhelming amount of broken glass, food scraps and what can only be described as filth, I will no longer be taking my children to the park. Children unsupervised with horrific language with no respect for the premises. Where are the parents? This is not an uncommon thing, with children aged as young as seven to the age of 17 at the skate park unsupervised ‘til anything up to three o’clock in the morning, is a disgrace. Underage drinking, teenage girls minimally dressed in the past nights which have been freezing. This also includes the car park, people leaving rubbish, smashing bottles and the vast amount of junk food scraps and wrappers. This place should be fenced off at night so that both me and my children have a clean and safe environment to frequent. It’s a disgrace Renmark.

to recognise the pedestrian crossings at the roundabout in Barwell Avenue. Crossing this part of the road has been made much easier for mothers with pushers, wheelchair and gopher users. Secondly, the ashtrays on posts outside Foodland. I hope this will be the start in helping to keep our Barwell Avenue cleaner. When the new bin surrounds arrive (as budgeted for in a previous budget) I’m sure they will greatly assist the public in placing their rubbish in the bins.

This may assist the storekeepers in keeping the front of their shops clean and tidy. Tourism is a very important asset to the Riverland and it is good to know that tourists can speak highly of our town after their visit. Volunteers are still needed to assist in cleaning the kerb/gutter in corners where the street sweeper can’t get. If we all pitch in, it gives us ownership and pride of our town/s. Neville and Julie Anne McBride, Barmera.

Chookman top performer CONGRATULATIONS to Paringa man Frank Turton (The Chookman). What a fantastic, fun filled night of entertainment enjoyed by this talented local at the Daly Waters Hotel in the Northern Territory. Frank certainly very fondly puts our Riverland area on the map. Congratulations on a job well done. J. Armstrong, Berri.

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No package for exiting growers By BRAD PERRY THE State Government will not offer another round of irrigator exit packages for the Riverland because it is worried too many growers will leave the region. State Agriculture Minister Michael O’Brien told the Riverland Weekly the possibility of a decreasing population due to exiting irrigators is a significant concern. “My concern now is, if we were to ramp that (the exit package) up yet again, we might actually see people move out of the Riverland,” he said. “The intent (of the package) was to allow people to remain on their properties and hence to remain in the Riverland community. “I’m more inclined to let the Federal Government water purchase program run its course and allow people to basically buy themselves

“We tried to work up a practical economic activity. out of their problem.” Over the past four years, response...with the object of trying “We are hoping the prospectus Riverland farm values have dropped to maintain the current population will assist in reconfiguring agriculby an estimated $163 million within the Riverland and actually tural/irrigation activity.” but Mr O’Brien is confident the see it grow in line with movements Mr O’Brien said state and federRiverland Futures Taskforce Pro- across the state as a whole.” al governments have already spent According to Mr O’Brien, the huge amounts of money in the spectus project, which is about a week away from public release, is drop in farm values can be attrib- Riverland and believes the $20 miluted to growers exiting and selling lion in the prospectus will cover a the answer. broad area of problems. “We were aware there had been properties under stress. “I had some figa deterioraures done collating tion in propThe intent (of the package) was to allow erty values on the amount of state rural properand federal governpeople to remain...in the Riverland. ties, particument money that larly irrigahas gone into the tion properties,” he said. “Those properties were sitting Riverland over the past three years “It was ultimately to arrest that on the market for a while and when and all up it’s been $128 million,” and reverse it, similarly to try and they did sell, the sell price was well he said. do something to ensure there wasn’t below market value so they were “So there has been a significant a significant outflow of people from more or less fire sales or distressed amount of government money the Riverland because that in turn sales,” he said. come into the region, which I think impacts on the ability to maintain “(We need to) ultimately try to has, in part, underpinned the reacommunity assets like schools and return property values to what they sonable ongoing level of economic hospitals. were and maintain the same level of activity, retail sales have held up

Fuller agrees that rates are wealth tax COUNCILLOR Trevor Chapple must be congratulated on his well written article, published in last week’s issue of the Riverland Weekly. It provides a good insight into the thinking of an astute council member, in regard to council rates. There is no question that council rates are necessary. The problem is with their fairness and the amount that is charged, particularly in the Berri Barmera district. Councillor Chapple is correct when he says council rates are a “wealth tax”. The concept of this tax was developed around 100 years ago and it is no longer relevant to today’s society. It was conceived at a time when owning or buying a home indicated that a person was, indeed, wealthy. Unfortunately, due to the anachronism of the system, low to middle income earners are being taxed as if they are wealthy, when, of course, they clearly are not. In today’s society, house value alone cannot be used to reliably and fairly indicate a person’s wealth. Council rates are, therefore, inherently unfair. Readers may be interested to know that no South Australian council is obliged to use this current system as the basis for raising rate revenue. Councils are free to adopt any reasonable system that they like.

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They can implement a fairer system of revenue raising, one which is based on the ability of the ratepayer to pay, whenever they want. But, why would they when life is so straightforward for them under the present system? In fact, the present system provides them with a convenient scapegoat, in the form of the Valuer General, who unfairly cops the blame for council rate increases. The Valuer General produces a list of estimated property values annually for this state. Councils then use it to calculate the rate in the dollar that is required in order for them to reach their budgeted rate revenue target. Council rates only rise because councils increase their budget for rate revenue, not because the Valuer General says your home is worth more money each year. Have you ever noticed that the assessed capital value of your home can go down yet your council rates still go up? I certainly have. Rate rises occur purely and simply because councils want to raise more money in order to spend more money.

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fails to keep up with their ever increasing expenses. Due to the quirks of capitalism, developers and speculators can cause house values to skyrocket and, consequently, the value of a pensioner’s home will also escalate, as will their council rates. Unfortunately, the pensioner cannot take advantage of any increase in value because their house is their place of abode. They have no way of enjoying the increase, unless they sell their home. Yet, they have to keep paying ever higher council rates for the privilege of living in their own home. How can any pensioner be considered to be, and taxed as if they are, wealthy? With every rise in council rates, pensioners and low income earners are forced to budget ever harder in order to find the money needed to pay this ever spiralling tax. It is time for councils to start realising, and offsetting, the harm that they are causing to some sections of the communities that they are meant to serve. Our council must start to seriously consider the matter of a ratepayer’s ability to pay, when planning their rate revenue budget. Their “wealth tax” must be equitably leveraged and made affordable for all that have to pay it.

moderately well, new cars and that sort of thing. “I think the prospectus is well targeted. “It’s not there to create community employment by building playgrounds or beautifying community reserves, it is there to try and assist private sector investment by putting up investment opportunities in the Riverland and I think that is the clever way to go.” The Labor Party’s recent Murray Darling Basin water buyback federal election promise will give local irrigators the option of even possibly moving into dryland farming, according to Mr O’Brien. “I am hoping what that will mean is irrigators will be able to make decisions along the lines of paying down debt, either shifting to dryland farming or retaining some water they consider is adequate for a reconfigured irrigation activity,” he said.

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Rita finds adventure and reason to reflect on...

SCOUT AND ABOUT

■ CLIMBING: The Riverland Scouts had their district camp recently and Nic Ison, of Berri, was among the children participating in the camp, he is pictured climbing the rope wall. ■ INTREPID: Weston Flat woman Rita Builder felt an immense sense of pride as she took on Papua New Guinea’s Kokoda Track.

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■ A HIT: Jamie Frazer, of Berri, playing Bam Bam golf at the district scout camp.

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■ CHAMPS: Winners of the district camp billy boil competition were Berri’s Jamie Frazer, Jiaun Hampson, Izak Weidenhofer and Harry Ison.

AS Weston Flat resident Rita Builder walked amongst the dense terrain along the Kokoda Track, she could not help but feel a sense of pride. While Rita did not have a relative who fought along the track in the World War II campaign, in her pocket was the photo of her friend’s father who spent four years battling both the enemy and the horrid conditions. “I took a little photograph of him up there and put it on a memorial,” she said.

“I felt a sense of pride for those soldiers. “I can’t believe those men were in those conditions. “We were there with porters, fancy boots and all our equipment and those men fought in terrible conditions (often without aid).” Rita undertook the 11 day trek in July, during which she completed the 96 kilometre stretch of the Kokoda Track. For her, it was a life changing experience. “It was more about the journey, meeting the people and seeing

where those poor soldiers fought,” she said. “I gave a lot of thought to those men, I really did. “It was more emotional than physical I think.” Rita said she enjoyed witnessing the “simple life” of those who lived in the villages she passed through. “We went through quite a few villages and just their simple life with no computers, electricity or hot water, it was just fantastic,” she said. “I have come back here and thought life is so busy everywhere, peo-

ple should just step back a bit.” The trek took Rita along the same route Australian soldiers trudged during the war, from Port Moresby to Kokoda. As she stood at the end of the Kokoda Track, the heavens fittingly opened upon her, drenching the jungle that was the downfall for many soldiers. “We had no rain until we actually got to Kokoda,” she said. Offering advice for others who would like to walk the track, Rita said strong legs and a strong mind are vital.

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Hope for The power to make money from the sun is yours Berri CWA return ADVERTISING FEATURE

By BRAD PERRY MORE than a year after after the Berri Country Women’s Association (CWA) branch closed its doors there is hope it could return. Berri CWA president Peg Mortimer said younger members are joining groups in Loxton and Renmark and believes it would be good for Berri if the organisation reformed. “That (the Berri CWA reforming) would be lovely if it was with young people,” she said. “We didn’t have enough interest from the younger women because most of the younger women work nowadays. “We had to disband because we had no young ones coming on.” The group, which ran for 64 years, put its final funds towards a recently erected small monument dedicated to the female pioneers of the area on the Berri riverfront. “We thought because we are a women’s group, we should honour them,” Mrs Mortimer said. Mrs Mortimer said some other Riverland CWAs meet at night, an idea she believes could help if the Berri version was to start again. A few remaining members of the Berri CWA still meet monthly and Mrs Mortimer said she is currently writing about the organisation for a book due to be released in December. While writing about the Berri CWA history and reminiscing on its past, on reflection Mrs Mortimer said it was sad to see the group disband. “We got a lot of pleasure out of it and we did a lot of good for the town,” she said. The uncertainty about what will be done with the group’s former premises is something Mrs Mortimer would like to see fixed. “It is sad to see it standing empty,” she said.

AS THE popularity of solar power increases across Australia, many householders are overwhelmed by the growing number of companies offering solar power systems. There is a wide variety of retailers to choose from and varying levels of service, products and expertise. So if you have made the decision to go solar, it is crucial you choose the right retailer to provide you with a product that suits both your individual lifestyle and, most importantly, budget. Often what starts as an environmental consideration gains momentum as people come to realise the long-term financial benefits of solar power. That was certainly the case for Brad Page and his family, who recently had a system installed by Solar Shop Australia. “As well as helping to reduce our carbon footprint, we wanted a sustainable way to reduce our power bills,” Brad said. “There were a lot of companies out there offering solar panels but because it was such a large investment, we didn’t want to take any chances. “We wanted to make sure we chose a retailer that could provide the best quality products, long warranties and a system that was most suited to our needs and not a one-size-fits-all like other companies. “Solar Shop Australia was our first choice as they were one of the larger companies with more than 10 years experience in providing solar power systems.” “They also had a store in

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MORE than 460 trees were planted near Mantung with the help of the Friends of the Riverland Parks group recently. Eight members of the group kindly gave their time to help plant the trees in a heritage agreement block owned by Glenda and Andrew Hall. The trees were planted in conjunction with direct seeding which had been undertaken several days before, in an effort to restore shrubby dune top vegetation that previously existed on the site. The mix of direct seeding and tubestock is intended to restore the original vegetation mix and structure, recreating an underrepresented vegetation type and providing important habitat for fauna. This vegetation type is impor-

â– Lizzie Lewis, John Nettlefold and Heather Shearer (right to left) assist with the Mantung tree planting.

tant habitat for southern scrub robins, purple-gaped honeyeaters, shy heath wrens, white-crowned babblers and other species which have declined in this area. The planting is part of a larger program in the Mantung area to restore 300 hectares of shrubby dune top vegetation over a three year period. It is being implemented in partnership by Greening Australia, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Murray Mallee Local Action Planning and Mantung Maggea Land Management Groups. New areas of degraded dune are being sought for restoration in the Mantung Maggea area. For further information please contact Chris Grant on 0427 604 254 or Rowena Danks on 8531 2066.

VANILLA SLICE DAY

Sweet delights of vanilla slice day THE Riverland Weekly will tomorrow embrace one of Australia’s favourite sweets, launching the second year of the region’s Vanilla Slice Day. Selected bakeries across the Riverland will hold a one day only celebration of the quintessential pastry, where locals and visitors can sample a slice of deliciousness for a special price.

While vanilla slices from across the region are scrutinised by judges at The Great Australian Vanilla Slice Triumph in Ouyen tomorrow, local bakeries want to give you a taste of the action. The Paringa Bakery is whipping up an unusual and tempting white wine vanilla slice to enter into the competition, as well as its traditional version. Owner Mel Finlayson is giving locals the opportunity to try the white wine vanilla slice and a cappuccino for just $5. While the new slice will be launched at the special price tomorrow, Mel is extending the offer for the rest of September. She is confident the white wine vanilla slice will be a hit. “It’s just something different, out of the square,� she said. “It will be a nice vanilla slice with a sweet fruity white wine after taste. “I don’t think anyone else makes vanilla slice like us up here.� The Country Bakehouse in Loxton has fined tuned its vanilla slice to compete in the Victorian market and is encouraging everyone

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INDEPENDENT FOOTBALL GRAND FINAL COLTS

Junior stars on show in Independent colts final Wunkar’s season Rnd 1: lost to Paringa by 26 points. Rnd 2: d Moorook-Kingston on forfeit. Rnd 3: d Lyrup by 36. Rnd 4: d BSR by 12. Rnd 5: lost to Ramco by 23. Rnd 6: d Brown’s Well by 134. Rnd 8: d East Murray by 175. Rnd 9: d Cobdogla by 33. Rnd 10: lost to Paringa by 46. Rnd 11: d Moorook-Kingston on forfeit. Rnd 12: lost to Lyrup by 56. Rnd 13: d BSR by 19. Rnd 14: d Ramco by 74. Rnd 15: Brown’s Well by 183. Second semi final: d Paringa by 37. Byes: Round 7 and 16.

WUNKAR and Paringa colts both finished with nine wins for the season, with the Bulldogs winning the minor premiership on percentage. The Bulldogs advanced through to the grand final with a 37 point win over the Swans in the second semi-final, while Paringa had to do it the hard way, beating Cobdogla in the preliminary final. The Swans will be looking for revenge but face an uphill battle

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Paringa’s season ■ READY TO GO: Paringa’s Ben Harding has been a shining light for both the club’s seniors and juniors. against a strong Bulldog team. Paringa’s strong point throughout the season has been its ability to find goals when its back is against the wall. Dylan Blackley has snared 36 majors and has been a focus up forward. In saying that, Wunkar has the best attack in the competition with Brenton Reid (43 goals), Nathan Brown (35), Luke Pontt (32) and captain Rhys Heinrich (29) all consistently featuring on the scoreboard. Each team has ball winners, with the Swans’ Tom Frahn,

Morgan Smith, Dylan Roesler and Ben Harding needing to be on top of their games. While Dylan Voigt, Sam Tuhoro and Ian Worsfold offer plenty of run with the football. Paringa captain Jim Hill will need to lead from the front, while Brad Barton played well the last time the two teams met. For Wunkar, Dane Ballantyne and Nathan Gibbs have been in good late season form. Barry Wyman Medal winner Brown will be a key in this matchup and we expect him to dominate in a big Bulldog victory.

Rnd 1: d Wunkar by 26 points. Rnd 2: lost to BSR by 51. Rnd 3: d East Murray by 117. Rnd 4: lost to Cobdogla by 37. Rnd 5: d Brown’s Well by 77 Rnd 6: d Ramco by 14. Rnd 7: d Lyrup by 11. Rnd 9: d Moorook-Kingston on forfeit. Rnd 10: d Wunkar by 46. Rnd 11: lost to BSR by 9. Rnd 12: d East Murray by 120. Rnd 13: d Cobdogla by 8. Rnd 14: d Brown’s Well by 18. Rnd 16: d Lyrup by 64. Second semi-final: lost to Wunkar by 37. Preliminary final: d Cobdogla by 24. Byes: Round 8 and 15.

■ BOUNCE: Nathan Brown in action for Wunkar’s A grade side during the season. A STAR in the making was crowned the Riverland Independent Colts’ Best and Fairest player on Monday night. Wunkar’s Nathan Brown polled a high 26 votes to beat Paringa’s Tom Frahn by six. The quick footed and highly skilled junior is now preparing to do the double as his team faces off against Paringa in the colts grand final. A humbled Brown said he was happy to receive the award and was looking forward to a win this weekend. Brown took an early lead, polling best

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DURING the pre-season, due to a lack of committee members and player numbers, Lyrup contemplated taking a year out of the competition. Almost six months later, coach Sam Lloyd is on the verge of guiding his team to premiership glory. Lloyd has done it before, in 2004, and he has the calibre of players to take his team to a flag. Last year’s Duthie Medallist Jason Marr has been a key recruit and his late season form, which helped him finish equal fourth in this year’s medal count, is pivotal in the grand final against East Murray. Lloyd is confident the Lions can finish the transformation from cellar dwellers to premiers. “I think we are a very big chance,” he said. “We haven’t lost a game at home at all this year and with the grand final being at home, I think it will be in our favour. “If we all put in an effort with an even contribution from all our players, we should be able to do it.” East Murray took the honours last time the two sides met but Lloyd believes the team has learnt from that loss. “We played very ordinary in the second semi against East Murray and we knew we could play a lot better than that and we put our head over the football on Saturday

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■ TEAM: The East Murray Tigers have shown good team spirit throughout the season to make the grand final this year.

EVERYTHING has gone to plan this season for an East Murray side ready to win its first flag since 2003 and only its second in the club’s history. Standing in its way is Lyrup, a team coach Ben Reichstein knows cannot be underestimated. However, no matter the result, Reichstein is proud of how far his team has come since finishing sixth last year. “I feel so honoured to be able to coach this fantastic group of guys,” he said.

“They have taught me so much and I want them to play for each other and just explode and show everyone what awesome things have been happening down in the scrub.” Former Loxton players Ryan Smith, Michael Kirk, Sam Hoffmann and Jason Berger have strengthened the side, while Josh Norman has been a handy recruit from the Mallee. The Tigers’ balance is something which has seen it successful this season. “We are a team and

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East Murray’s key players Recruited from Karoonda this season, Josh Norman has provided plenty of run through the midfield and added another dimension to the Tigers’ game. Ashley Hissey has been at the club for a number of seasons and continues to improve, holding down the key centre position this season. Look for him to have an early impact on the final.

“Everyone is really excited,” he said. “There are a lot of guys that this is their first or second year at the club and another few that played in the 03 premiership (and for many years before that), so they are keen to enjoy this time together.” Stalwarts such as Ashley Hissey, Brian Parsons, Matt Stasinowsky and Darren Zadow have been a pivotal part of the club’s success and come Saturday, Reichstein will be telling his players to enjoy it.

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Stevens tipped to take out Whillas DAMIAN Stevens is the big tip for this year’s Whillas Medal, although the chirpy midfielder’s cheeks will glow even redder at the slightest mention of being a Whillas favourite. Looking at the form, three names stand out. Stevens has had a sensational year for the Magpies with consistent appearances in the team’s best players. Loxton’s Leigh Kruger is another good chance. Despite being part of a strong midfield, his consistency and the way he generally goes about his football just seems to attract votes. Adam Beauchamp from Berri is the final standout. The in and under midfielder consistently racks up touches all over the park and in a successful year, will probably attract maximum votes in a number of games. Pete Smith is a bit more of a smoky this year, while Darren Perry (Barmera-Monash), Matt Camplin (Renmark) and Josh Nelson (Loxton North) will be their teams’ best chances. Berri captain Peter Safralidis is also a proven vote-getter and rookie David Hankin has had a stellar season in front of the sticks.

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■ HOPEFUL: Loxton coach Mark Wright took his charges from almost nine goals down against Waikerie in the second semi-final to this weekend’s preliminary final. Preliminary final

Barmera-Monash v Loxton THIS should be another absolute belter at Loxton North, between two teams that have been pushing for the premiership all year. Loxton is on an eight game undefeated streak, although that looked likely to topple against Waikerie last week before the Tigers mounted a huge comeback. Barmera-Monash will be hoping injured pair Todd Smitham and Jake Lynch can be back this week, after the Roos delivered a disappointing final half during the second semi-final. Brett McPherson, Murray Middleton and Matt Leigh put in solid efforts, while Darren Perry and Tyson Swanbury mopped up well off the half back line. The Roos will need more helpers if they are to get up this week. Full forward Simon Peucker needs an open 50 metre arc to give him his best shot at kicking a big bag. His match-up on Loxton’s Mark Thiele should be an entertaining one. The x-factor in this clash will be Raphael Liddle. Liddle is predominantly known to work around the half back line but his switch to the forward line on the weekend yielded

eight second half goals in a stunning performance. The man to match him up would ideally be Murray Middleton. Middleton has the strength, running power and discipline to stay with Liddle but there is a stronger chance they could line-up at opposite ends of the ground. Ash Montgomery is also another versatile option for Loxton. Montgomery has predominantly played up forward this year but is more than capable in the ruck and also across the half back line. His strong marking is a feature of his game and if he gets going, he could also be the game breaker. It should be a close match but Loxton looks to be the form team and should just sneak through.

■ Barmera-Monash’s Darren Perry will be a key player on Saturday.

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Lyrup v East Murray THIS is it. A season of blood, sweat and tears comes down to one final effort for Lyrup and East Murray. Yes, the Lions finished minor premiers but their recent form has been far from what they showed earlier in the season. On the other hand, East Murray has been consistent and cruised straight through to the grand final with a week off to refresh its players. Looking back at clashes between the two teams this season, round nine saw Lyrup belt East Murray by 62 points with Jason Marr best a field, while East Murray gained revenge with a 20 point win in the second semi-final with Josh Norman and Ryan Smith on fire. Both teams have full squads and selection could be a dilemma for their coaches. There is the obvious possible match-ups, with Ashley Hissey a chance to run with Jason Marr, Joey Finn rucking against Ryan Smith, Josh Norman on Roy Grenfell and Michael Kirk on Aaron Pligl.

Lyrup’s strength is definitely its scoring ability, with Nathan Willmott, Wayne Priest, Grant Smith and Scott Marr forming a potent forward line. East Murray relies on goals from its midfielders and Sam Hoffmann will need to kick a bag for the Tigers to keep in touch. Mark McConnell may be an option up forward for the Tigers and only time will tell how he performs after missing several games this season. In defence Brad Healy has been exceptional for the Lions and David Grenfell has held his own at centre half back. On paper it is hard to pick a difference between these two sides. Both have plenty of run and carry, with strong defensive aspects and willing attack. In the end it will come down to who wants premiership glory more. The Lions and Tigers have both picked themselves up from the bottom half of the ladder last season to be in this position. Whatever happens, it will be a game to remember for many years to come.

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Pinnaroo v Karoonda TWO teams suffering highly contrasting fortunes in last week’s semi-finals meet up in Saturday’s preliminary final contest at Murrayville. Karoonda was belted by an almost perfect Border Downs Tintinara, while Pinnaroo played its best game of the year in knocking Murrayville out of the finals race. Luckily for the Magpies they have the second chance and can make amends this week by working through to the grand

final the tough way. But will they? Last year’s straight sets exit would haunt Corey Smelt’s men and the Supa Roos will play on that fact. Chad and Wade Nickolls were outstanding last week, while Brad Sheridan’s suspect fitness has been brushed aside. It is that trio that Karoonda must nullify. Lucas Neumann will play a big role, while much loved locals Luke Hocking and Corey Knight will be influential. This one’s harder to pick than a $2 coin stuck to the ground for a Punk’d skit but we’re going with Karoonda by five goals.

Scoreboard Riverland Football

Second semi-finals - A grade Berri 15.13 (103) d Barmera-Monash 9.7 (61). Best – Berri: D. Hankin, J. Langdon, L. Pearson. Barmera-Monash: M. Smart, D. Perry, B. McPherson. Goals – Berri: D. Hankin 5, K. Harwood 3, K. Stone, J. Peltz, D. Fromm, L. Pearson, A. Beauchamp, C. Scholefield, J. Reeks. Barmera-Monash: S. Peucker 4, D. Perry, T. Wilson, M. Middleton, C. Hughes, R. Price.

B grade Waikerie 11.4 (70) d Barmera-Monash 7.9 (51). Best – Waikerie: Not supplied. Barmera-Monash: D. Packer, K. Wright, N. Dillon. Goals – Waikerie: Not supplied. Barmera-Monash: D. Packer, K. Wright, N. Dillon, D. Warren, J. Pilla, C. Marks.

Under 18 Barmera-Monash 13.11 (89) d Berri 3.1 (19). Best – Barmera-Monash: M. Middleton, Z. Bates, A. Grose. Berri: J. Woolston, T. Dolling, L. Hagean.

Goals – Barmera-Monash: J. Vlassopoulos, A. Grose 3, G. Wakefield, Z. Butterworth 2, M. Middleton, J. Bonney, Z. Bates. Berri: K. Brand, J. Rogers, R. Langcake.

Under 15 Barmera-Monash 10.4 (64) d Waikerie 4.4 (28). Best – Barmera-Monash: K. Boase, D. Klingbiel, T. Broughton. Waikerie: D. Pierce, T. Truscott, S. McKinnon. Goals – Barmera-Monash: T. Lindsay 4, G. Abdulla 2, M. Wanganeen, J. Beech, B. Bryant. Waikerie: H. Lochert 3, B. Truscott.

Under 13 Renmark 11.6 (72) d Loxton North 1.0 (6). Best – Renmark: B. Persinos, J. Agostino, B. Williss. Loxton North: A. Francis, J. Worsfold, N. Proud. Goals – Renmark: R. Boon 5, B. Williss, A. Jackson 2, H. Lock-Smith, Z. Gallo. Loxton North: M. Eckermann.

First semi-finals - A grade Loxton 18.16 (124) d Waikerie 16.8 (104). Best – Loxton: R. Liddle, A. Montgomery, G. Dahlitz. Waikerie: A. Thomp-

son, D. Stevens, J. Sutton. Goals – Loxton: R. Liddle 8, P. Smith, R. Mitchell, B. Kurtzer, S. Westbrook 2, L. Kruger, N. Uren. Waikerie: A. Thompson 5, N. Tape 4, B. Venning 2, C. Miller, M. Beelitz, C. Hawke, T. Bevan, G. Dutton.

B grade Renmark 10.9 (69) d Berri 8.8 (56). Best – Renmark: E. Roberts, J. Collinson, D. Sutton. Berri: R. Correll, S. Muller, T. Leverenz. Goals – Renmark: J. Watson, J. Howard, K. Polst 2, J. Collinson, A. Rothe, C. Lock, K. Collinson. Berri: G. Franks 3, A. Hume, K. Barber 2, T. Leverenz.

Under 18 Waikerie 6.15 (51) d Loxton 4.5 (29). Best – Waikerie: J. Haines, T. Brock, D. Hoffmann. Loxton: K. Smith, E. Pontt, K. Reynolds. Goals – Waikerie: S. Sobey 2, T. Bevan, V. Kafexholli, T. Eldredge, J. Haese. Loxton: B. Falting 2, J. Fisher, L. McDonald.

Under 15 Loxton 11.4 (70) d Berri 7.5 (47). Best – Loxton: W. Baker, N. Flight, M. Falting. Berri: K. Trussell, T. Yard, B.

Monaghan. Goals – Loxton: L. McDonald, A. Proud 3, A. Lehmann 2, W. Baker, J. Vowles, H. Peberdy. Berri: J. Knight 2, C. Pryse, T. Yard, J. Stemberger, D. Evans, M. Henderson.

Under 13 Barmera-Monash 10.3 (63) d Berri 4.6 (30). Best – Barmera-Monash: S. Sullivan, K. Coats, M. Burton. Berri: L. Hayes, A. Kemp, A. Karpany. Goals – Barmera-Monash: S. Burton, B. Kollmann, K. Coats 2, M. Wutke, S. Butterworth, T. Whateley, S. Sullivan. Berri: O. Germeroth 2, J. Frazer, L. Hayes.

Riverland Independent Football Preliminary finals

Lyrup 19.8 (122) d Wunkar 16.8 (104). Best – Lyrup: M. Recchia, D. Grenfell, B. Healy. Wunkar: I. Worsfold, S. Hucks, H. Bennell. Goals - Lyrup: N. Willmott 7, K. Karpany 3, D. Johnson, W. Priest, A. Abdulla Jnr 2, J. Marr, S. Lloyd, M. Rec-

chia. Wunkar: H. Bennell, S. Hucks, S. Schulz 3, L. Evans 2, B. Lines, N. Brown, D. Evans, S. Gray, S. Huddleston.

Colts Paringa 9.6 (60) d Cobdogla 5.6 (36). Best – Paringa: T. Frahn, J. Hill, M. Smith. Cobdogla: J. Watkins, B. Sharkey, B. Jennings. Goals – Paringa: M. Smith 5, C. Pryse 2, M. Pearce, D. Blackley. Cobdogla: J. Roissetter 2, B. Jennings, J. Hart, B. Brown.

Mallee Football

Second semi-finals- A grade Border Downs-Tintinara 27.20 (182) d Karoonda 7.4 (46). Best – Border Downs-Tintinara: L. Richardson, S. Binns, T. McKenna. Karoonda: D. Caldwell, L. Rowland, B. Chinner. Goals – Border Downs-Tintinara: S. Binns 11, J. Brock, B. Todd, J. Zacker 2, N. Todd, G. Nunan, B. Hooper, T. McKenna, C. Kennett, L. Richardson, L. Remfry, S. Butler, J. Keller, J. Richards. Karoonda: C. Knight, L. Hocking 2, R. Paech, Z. Bullard, D. Caldwell.

B grade Peake 15.14 (104) d Border DownsTintinara 3.4 (22). Best – Peake: J. Lindner, R. Berling, H. Weckert. Border Downs-Tintinara: A. Freeman, J. Schilling, L. Schreiber. Goals – Peake: H. Weckert 5, R. Rich 4, T. Downs 2, J. Lindner, G. Hewett, S. Tynan, J. Judd. Border DownsTintinara: L. Schreiber, J. Schilling, D. Morton.

Senior colts Peake 11.3 (69) d Lameroo 7.11 (53). Best – Peake: M. Richards, C. Jacob, E. Loechel. Lameroo: M. Sumner, M. Zuchelt, B. Purdie. Goals – Peake: E. Loechel 4, C. Jacob, T. Sinclair 2, J. Cheyne, R. Morris, M. Richards. Lameroo: J. Kerber 2, C. Barrett, M. Sumner, C. White, S. Hyde, J. Barrett.

Junior colts Peake 5.6 (36) d Lameroo 3.0 (18). Best – Peake: N. Gregurke, J. Heinrich, H. Smith. Lameroo: N. Brown, J. Barrett, L. Murphy. Goals – Peake: D. Perks, N. Gregurke 2, R. Cheyne. Lameroo: N. Brown, L. Murphy.


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SCOREBOARD Soccer A grade Barmera Dev Estate 8 d Renmark Development 1. Best – Barmera Dev Estate: P. Sarakinis, S. Atkins. Renmark Development: T. Papageorgiou, A. Iqbal. Goals – Barmera Dev Estate: A. Ielasi, M. Barber, P. Sarakinis 2, S. Atkins, J. Fournaros. Renmark Development: A. Rizayee. Berri 11 d Barmera Gold 0. Best – Berri: T. Schrapel, D. Harwood. Barmera Gold: J. Giahgias, C. Makris. Goals – Berri: D. Harwood 4, S. Atkinson 3, P. Eleftheriadis 2, G. Koutouzis. Renmark Olympic 10 d Loxton United 0. Best – Renmark Olympic: J. Bacra Singh, N. Spinks. Loxton United: J. Willet, A. Giles. Goals – Renmark Olympic: N. Spinks, H. Singh 3, M. Papageorgiou, J. Thiel, J. Bacra Singh, M. Mantzoros.

Women Renmark Green 1 drew Loxton United 1. Best – Renmark Green: R. Van Der Hoek. Loxton United: D. Tootell, J.Ebert. Goals – Renmark Green: J. Mallinson. Loxton United: C. Hopper. Renmark Red 3 d Barmera United 1. Best – Renmark Red: E. Sen, P. Eleftheriadis. Barmera United: O. Hambi, H. van der Biezen. Goals – Renmark Red: A. Alvanos 2, E. Sen. Barmera United: H. van der Biezen.

Under 16 Renmark One 6 d Loxton United 0. Best – Renmark One: Y. Papageorgious, U. Sahin. Loxton United: T. Yiannakoudis, R. Tyler. Goals – Renmark One: N. Gregurec 3, Y. Papageorgios, A. Hussaini, M.A. Kavlakoglu. Renmark Two 5 d Barmera United 1. Best – Renmark Two: Y. Sialas, J. Kahlon. Barmera United: B. van der Biezen, J. Bucon. Goals – Renmark Two: J. Bacra Singh 3, Y. Tragos 2. Barmera United: L. Morrison.

Under 13 Division one Barmera Two 4 d Renmark Three 3.

Best – B. van der Biezen, J. Ekisa, M. Burton. Goals – Barmera Two: M. Burton 3, W. Marinus. Renmark Three: T. Gakmal. Renmark One 1 d Renmark Two 0. Best - K. Head, K. Jenner, A. Patten Goals – Renmark One: K. Head.

Division two Berri One 15 d Loxton United 0. Best – A. Vrastaminos, A. Zahos, D. Eleftheriadis. Goals – Berri One: D. Eleftheriadis 6, T. Eleftheriadis 3, A. Vrastaminos, F. Perre 2, A. Drogemuller, E. Gregoric. Barmera Three 4 d Berri Two 1. Best - J. McKinnon, B. Koskinas, A. Baker. Goals – Not supplied.

Hockey

Women - A grade Renmark 3 d Waikerie 1. Best – Renmark: J. Mallinson, S. Pendle, K. Trautwein. Waikerie: A. Baker, L. Hocking, J. McCullough. Goals – Renmark: D. Weeks, J. Mallinson, B. Stoneham. Waikerie: C. Waye. Loxton 5 d Berri 1. Best – Loxton: B. Cass, M. Doecke, G. Bartsch. Berri: C. Mengler, C. Starr, M. McMahon. Goals – Loxton: E. Hampel 2, B.J. Hammerstein, S. Baird, B. Cass. Berri: C. Mengler.

B grade Waikerie 3 d Renmark 0. Best – Waikerie: J. Layton, C. Kleeman, L. Cronin. Renmark: D. Hutchins, N. Riar, N. Schultz. Goals – Waikerie: V. Schmidt 3. Berri 2 d Loxton 0. Best – Berri: K. Burge, L. Hopper, J. Size. Loxton: S. Walker, S. Lugg, R. Schultz. Goals – Berri: L. Mensforth 2.

Under 18 Loxton 6 d Berri 1. Best – Loxton: R. Schulz, S. Pickering, J. Reid. Berri: C. Starr, A. Spronk, A. Walladge. Goals – Loxton: E. Hampel 3, M. Doecke, S. Baird, T. Allister. Berri: M. McMahon. Renmark 4 d Waikerie 0. Best – Renmark: J. Butters, K. Trautwein, A. Giles, K. Finn. Waikerie: J. Gartley, L. Redemski, M. Hansen.

Sensational Redback

Goals - Renmark: J. Mallinson 2, J. Butters, S. Reid.

Men - A grade Waikerie 7 d Renmark 2. Best – Waikerie: B. Kroehn, N. Gogal, R. Hope. Renmark: L. Matulin, M. Kaye, J. Fielke. Goals – Waikerie: R. Hope 3, B. Kroehn, G. Bartel, C. Hope, A. Nitschke. Renmark: A. Shaw, S. Morris. Loxton 2 d Berri 1. Best – Loxton: S. Burgess, J. Fforde, N. Rutherford. Berri: P. Aitchison, T. Herbet, D. Segui. Goals – Loxton: S. Burgess 2. Berri: B. Stokes.

B grade Berri 6 d Loxton 1. Best: Berri: H. Beviss, B. Crocker, A. Pietsch. Loxton: N. Fielke, C. Schober, C. McDonough. Goals – Berri: M. Kassebaum 3, S. Stokes 2, D. Kearney. Loxton: D. Adams. Renmark 5 d Waikerie 2. Best – Renmark: M. Mallinson, P. Hutchins, R. Singh. Waikerie: R. Kleeman, C. Greiger, M. Wenske. Goals – Renmark: M. Mallinson 3, R. Singh 2. Waikerie: M. Wenske, C. Willoughby.

Under 18 Renmark 3 drew Waikerie 3. Best – Renmark: J. Fielke, A. Shaw, S. Crouch. Waikerie: All played well. Goals – Renmark: J. Caire, J. Fielke, A. Weir. Waikerie: J. Redemski, B. Morgan, R. Law. Loxton 9 d Berri 0. Best – Loxton: A. Evans, C. Allister, Z. Schubert. Berri: D. Roberts, A. Roberts, B. Martin. Goals – Loxton: A. Evans 3, S. Trezise, M. Hammond 2, T. Haigh, S. Burgess.

Mixed - Under 14 Loxton Yellow 3 d Loxton Black 1. Best – Loxton Yellow: A. Durdin, J. Hopper, J. Hampel. Loxton Black: All played well. Goals – Loxton Yellow: A. Durdin, A. Harris, J. Hampel. Loxton Black: Z. Doecke. Waikerie White 3 d Berri 0. Best – Waikerie White: R. Law, L. Woolatt, R. Noble. Berri: A. Walladge, A. Roberts, D. Couzner. Goals – Waikerie White: R. Law 3.

Renmark 8 d Waikerie Black 0. Best – Renmark: K. Finn, S. Smith, C. Webb. Waikerie Black: C. Donaldson, H. White, N. Hocking. Goals – Renmark: J. Mallinson, M. Johnson, T. Parker, E. Chaplain 2.

Under 11 Loxton 2 d Berri Blue 1. Best – Loxton: J. Hopper, B. Gibbs, D. Mowbray. Berri Blue: J. Frazer, T. Ridley, J. Miller. Goals – Loxton: J. Hopper 2. Berri Blue: J. Seekamp. Renmark 2 d Berri Red 0. Best – Renmark: B. Duggin, N. Woodrow, M. Giles. Berri Red: J. Roberts, B. Hibberd, B. Hill. Goals – Renmark: B. Duggin, B. Casey.

Loxton Pistol Club

25 metre rapid fire: J. Kruschel 504, A. Biele 486, A. Lugg 484, K. Zimmermann 484, T. Pfeiffer 342, D. Gregory 336, A. Arnold 234. 10m indoor air pistol: D. Kilsby 517, A. Lugg 508, A. Reichstein 498, J. Kruschel 472, B. Munchenburg.

Riverland Netball Preliminary finals

A1: Loxton 51 (T. Dempsey, S. Edwards) d Berri 47 (M. Wenman, K. Wade). A2: Loxton 59 (L. Proud, H. Buick) d Renmark 56 (S. Watchman, T. Bagley). A3: Loxton North 59 (K. Ackland, S. Merkx) d Waikerie 42 (D. Hartwig, I. Builder). B1: Renmark 39 (D. James, N. Meuret) d Barmera 38 (J. Warrick, K. Albrecht). B2: Renmark 49 (J. Brown, A. Angeletti) d Monash 43 (C. Rodgers, J. Andrenacci). B3: Barmera Pink 48 (S. Selfe, D. Stasinowsky) d Loxton 40 (N. Bright, A. Jaensch). C1: Berri 50 (J. Howe-Kruger, R. Stokes) d Barmera 47 (K. Szabo, T. Harris). C2: Berri 35 (A. Wilksch, H. O’LearyFletcher) d Loxton North 24 (V. Bagley, R. Hentschke). 17A: Berri 55 (P. Lloyd, N. Krollig) d Loxton North 41 (S. Koch, Z. Patterson). 17B: Renmark 45 (B. Pfeiffer, D. James) d Waikerie 44 (A. Neideck, T. Hartwig). 17C: Loxton 43 (S. Trower, W. Sunman) d Waikerie 30 (E. Kambach, A. Lind-

Your club’s top Duthie Medal vote getters:

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ner). 15A: Berri 50 (R. Shotton, E. Millar) d Loxton 35 (T. Schammer, L. Zdanowicz). 15B1: Renmark 41 (M. Haynes, A. Richards) d Loxton 26 (P. Wright, C. Hopper). 15B2: Loxton North 33 (M. George, J. Jachmann) d Renmark Blue 26 (M. Bristow, C. Lindner). 15C1: Renmark 38 (Z. Binder, F. Matulin) d Waikerie 28 (B. Kafexholli, K. Mader). 15C2: Renmark 44 (K. Dyer, J. Richards) d Berri 23 (G. Burness, A. Newmarch).

Independent Netball Preliminary finals

A grade: BSR 48 d Ramco 27. B grade: BSR 47 d Brown’s Well 43.

8-Ball

Division one Paringa Hotel 9 (E. Knight, N. Lemmey) d Monash Club 6 (R. Rice, T. Altschwager). Renmark Bad Boys 12 (A. Milton, J. Hentschke) d Loxton Sporty 3 (R. Holman, S. Blaser). Cobby Club 8 (A. Minnas, R. Kuchel) d Berri Club 7 (M. Radak, P. Peltz). Berri Club Gold 9 (P. Pfennig, S. Irons) d Hellenic Chokers 6 (K. Doulou, C. Tsorotiotis).

Division two Barmera Ball Breakers d Berri Jugheads (forfeit). Lyrup Club 9 (J. Whellum, M. Recchia) d Barmera Hellenic 6 (K. Fitzpatrick, L. Bonner). Loxton Sporty 10 (T. Romeo, B. Woon) d Monash Club 5 (G. Cassidy, D. Marshall). Loxton Sporty Black 10 (C. Schutz, K. Taylor) d Renmark Redbacks 5 (C. Just, D. Trenwith). Renmark Club 8 (C. Sourtzis, L. Dicerbo) d Cobby Club 7 (C. Smith, J. Halls). Moorook Club 10 (P. Schenke, M. Waechtel) d Moorook Club Green 5 (C. Pantic, M. Fuller).

Division three Berri Breakers 8 (S. Plummer, R. Ainsworth) d Lyrup Club 7 (M. Thomas, S. Nattrass).

Barmera Hotel 8 (S. Stavrou, S. Alexander) d Cobby Club 7 (P. Campbell, S. Corner). Berri Sharks 10 (N. Verco, M. Vithoulkas) d Respite Rascals 5 (R. Kosh, L. Trowbridge). Renmark Club 10 (R. Albanese, B. Albanese) d Hellenic Hopefuls 5 (J. Packer, N. Monarco).

Masters Football Superdogs 1 (Super-goal). 19.8 (134) d Easts 7.4 (46) Best - Superdogs: A. Hawkins, S. Norton, P. Aston, D. Gardiner, W. Winship, N. Kossatch, S. Healy. Goals - Superdogs: A. Hawkins 1 (supergoal) 5, S. Ingerson, N. Kossatch 4, W. Winship 3, B. Mueret 2, A. Edwards.

Loxton Homing Pigeon Club

417 kilometre race from Bookaloo: K. Mumme, I. Edwards, M. Goldsack.

Golf Barmera Club Championships - A grade: W. Swinstead d S. Pietrolaj 2/1; B grade: T. Foot d M. Rumball one up; C grade: M. Sewell d G. Kelly 10/9; Ladies: W. Featherstone d C. McKenrick 4/3.

Waikerie Division one stableford: D. Fechner 36 points. Division two: M. Klose 39. Voucher winners: D. Wheeler 38, C. Bee 37, B. Lane, D. Rudd 36. Club Championships - A grade: P. Thomas d W. Bald 2/1; B grade: P. Haines d P. Sellar 4/3; C grade: G. Carnell d D. Dearman on 18th; D grade: J. Tscharke d T. Schober 4/2; Ladies: A grade - A. Greenfield d K. Watkins one up; B grade: J. Pearson d B. Maywald 5/4.

Berri Thursday ladies stableford: K. Tanner 31 points. Saturday stableford: P. Cummins 37 points c/b, S. Cronje, T. Branford, B. Martin 37, N. Wait, D. Howes 36. Club championships - A grade: K. Traeger d T. Branford 3/2; B grade: R. Correll d J. Penna 5/3; C grade: R. Dale d W. Adams one up; D grade: R. Staehr d D. Zeliff two up; Ladies: L. Martin d L. Mudge 10.8.

HOWARD DUTHIE MEDAL PHOTOS

Cobdogla: Zac Walker 8, Darrell Tillbrook 6, Damien Crowe 5. Ramco: Russell Boatswain 9, Max Baddack 9, Nigel Hole, Kym Thiel 4. East Murray: Brian Parsons 13, Ryan Smith 12, Michael Kirk 11, Ashley Hissey 10. Lyrup: Jason Marr 13, Ken Karpany 9, Scott Watson, Roy Grenfell 5. Moorook-Kingston: Travis Voigt 5, Darren Van der Woude, Todd Griffin 3.

■ WINNER: BSR midfielder Dale Payne with his Howard Duthie and Mail medals. ■ From Page 44 Payne also received the competition’s Most Valuable Player Award, while Cobdogla’s Tyson Maynard received best first year player. East Murray coach Ben Reichstein was awarded coach of the year, while Lions’ spearhead Nathan Wilmott was the competition’s leading goalkicker. Talented Wunkar junior Nathan Brown won the colts medal, also picking up 11 votes in the senior count.

Brown’s Well: Brian Hampel 8, Matthew Hampel 4, Blake Milich 3.

FORMER Brown’s Well legend Steve ‘Goof’ Smith was awarded an Independent Best and Fairest medal on Monday night, more than 30 years after he was denied by a countback. The Riverland Football League decided to award ‘Goof’ a retrospective medal in lieu of the one he should have shared with Gerard’s Ken Roberts in 1979.

■ THE DOUBLE: On top of winning the Howard Duthie Medal, Dale Payne was also the competition’s most valuable player.

Wunkar: Simon Hucks 16, Nathan Brown 11, Shane Schulz 10, Sean Gray 6. Paringa: Chris Gardner 17, Andrew Lloyd 12, Craig Baxter 8, Dom Portelesi 4. BSR: Dale Payne 19, Mark Coleman 6, Scott McKenzie 5, Gavin Webster 5.

‘Goof’ receives medal 31 years on By BRAD PERRY

■ COLT WINNER: High polling Wunkar’s Nathan Brown (right) won the Barry Wyman trophy in the colts.

Smith said it was a great honour to receive the medal, despite it being such a long period since the medal count, where he lost by one preference. “It’s brilliant to get,” he said. “It is an honour to be regarded as the best player in any league. “It’s just nice to to say I can be up with those blokes who did win. “Something to brag

to the kids about.” With another family member winning the Duthie Medal in previous years, Smith said playing football was something he loved doing. “My uncle (Don Viney), who won a Duthie playing for Brown’s Well (in 1973) won one too,” he said. “So it’s nice to be in the same calibre. He’s the one that got me playing footy.”

■ LEADER: East Murray’s Ben Reichstein (left) was named senior coach of the year, which was presented by West Adelaide’s Matthew Matschoss.

■ GOALS: Cobdogla’s Jordan Roissetter (right) was the colts leading goalkicker, presented by Steve Smith.

Photos: BRAD PERRY

■ GOLDEN BOOT: Lyrup’s Nathan Willmott (right) was the Independent A grade’s leading goalkicker. The award was presented by Jeff Knispel.

■ STAR: Tyson Maynard (right), of Cobdogla, was the A grade’s best first year player. The award was presented by Rob Lehmann


18 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 2, 2010

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■ FORMER Berri junior, and current Adelaide Hockey Club player, Karri McMahon has been named in the Hockey Australia Jillaroos squad. This is an Australian junior group chosen from players that will be eligible for the 2012 Junior World Championships, which suggests Karri is well on her way to achieving her dream of reaching the top level in her sport. I spoke to Karri on air on Radio 5RM’s Sports Saturday last weekend and she reflected on the incredible journey she has enjoyed so far, despite her tender years. Impressive performances in England for the Australian under 17 schoolgirls team in 2009, for SA at the national 2010 under 18 women’s championships in Port Lincoln and for the Southern Suns in the senior Australian Women’s Hockey League season that followed, have led to her Jillaroos selection. Unfortunately she missed the Australian under 21 titles in Brisbane because of a broken bone in her hand – a fate she shared with one of her former senior club-mates back at Berri, Brett Stokes, who, ironically, she was able to sympathise with during a simultaneous visit to a medical institution after the injuries. Karri has a busy schedule since her move to Adelaide, attending college and training sometimes twice a day and now she will face some special camps and a tour as part of the Jillaroos preparation. She has two fellow South Aussies in the squad, Amy Watters, who was also in the schoolgirls team in England, and Jane Claxton. Karri McMahon, an impressive young lady and obviously pretty impressive out on the hockey pitch as well – watch this space.

■ WINNERS: Barmera Dev Estates took out the 2010 A grade soccer premiership (back, from left) Kev Barber (coach), Nik Markellos, Shaun Holmes, Martin Barber, Andrew Sarakinis, Kyle Lehman, Kevin Barber, Evangelos Doupis, Peter Sarakinis, (front) Michael Struchlak, Rhys Barber, Jimmy Fournaros, Ian Van der Biezen, Nick Tsakarellos, Anthony Ielasi, Sam Atkins and Josh Tsorotiotis. Absent: Ben Dorombozo.

Barmera secures soccer title

■ BARMERA Dev Estates stitched up the 2010 premiership in A grade soccer on Sunday with an 8-1 victory over Renmark Development, putting them four points clear at the top of the ladder with only one round of matches remaining. It is the Barmera club’s first league title since 2002 and it is a result of a season full of attack-

ing play. A total of 116 goals in 14 matches tells the story. Anthony Ielasi, Marty Barber and Peter Sarakinis (all two goals) starred for Dev Estates before the celebrations began. But it is not over yet. The Barmera boys face Renmark Olympic this Sunday and both sides will be keen to

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Thursday September 2, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 19 It looks as though it is endemic, that several of the team members are involved and have been for some time ~ Malcolm Speed

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The number of Riverland A1 netball best and fairests Leanne Menz and Jo Haynes have won between them.

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Menz and Haynes a powerful team ■I RECALL a little ditty that circulated in local football circles many years ago: “ashes to ashes dust to dust, if Joe doesn’t get you, ‘Frosty’ must�. It referred to Loxton’s formidable defensive pair of big Joe Westbrook and ‘Frosty’ Kroemer. Indeed, such a chant could acknowledge the magnificent pairing of Leanne Menz and Jo Haynes who have dominated the Renmark A1 netball team’s defence in 2010. Congratulations to the evergreen pair on their performances in the RNA’s best and fairest award voting. In fact, congratulations to all of the trophy winners through the many grades. To be singled out, I feel, is the win by Kingston-On-Murray’s Meg Gillespie in the inaugural Riverland Murray Academy award. Meg, who plays for Barmera, was chosen from over 40 Riverland girls involved in the 2010 academy. The award recognises outstanding playing performance, commitment and

dedication but perhaps we should add courage to that list. I am told that this pleasant, unassuming young lady carried a shoulder injury for much of the season but still managed to play in the local junior competition, took part in the under 15 division of the academy and gained selection in the SA Academy team that traveled to Maitland (NSW) for a tournament.

Greyhound awards still up for grabs ■WITH this Saturday’s Riverland greyhound meeting at Barmera the fifth of 10 that will decide the various awards for the season, club stalwarts consider the situation for the various trophies the most closely contested for many years. The Greyhound of the Year is wide open at this stage with consistent Mr Miller in front on three straight wins but Coup De Loot and Ready to Explode with two wins, two seconds, one third, Crazy Quin 2-1-1, Parsipanny 2-1-0 and Egyptian Ben 2-0-1 are well

in the running. Mr Miller’s success has contributed to Monash’s John Rees leading in the Trainer of the Year award (with 7-2-0) but multi-winner of the annual trophy, Cardross’ Norma Millington has regained her magic and sits on (5-5-3), followed by Chris Cotton (4-2-2), Brock Wilson (4-2-1) and Daryl Turner (4-1-2). With other local trainers Vern Anderson, Nicole Price, Bruce Lellmann and the visiting Parry kennels also enjoying a successful season, this race is indeed wide open, while Murray Bridge’s Shaun Matcott, the decisive winner of the past two Trainer of the Year awards, is capable of having an effect if he should continue to present at the track after being absent from the opening four meetings. Millington (4-5-2), Turner (4-1-2), Anderson (3-4-4), Price (3-1-1) and Lellmann (3-1-0) also suggest a possible photo finish in the owner/trainer award. However, Norma Millington’s chances will be affected by an injury to kennel star Mega Fox that

threatens its career. The way the Riverland meetings for 2010 have fallen has produced another bonus for local punters and enthusiasts who already flock to the club’s annual Melbourne Cup Day. The meeting on Saturday, October 23, will coincide with another mammoth event on the Australian racing calendar, Cox Plate day. Meanwhile, Riverland Club president Leo O’Leary and his wife Jeanette rubbed shoulders with the ‘who’s who’ of the sport in Adelaide last weekend when it was Angle Park’s turn to host the national sprint and distance championships. Top brass from all states were at dinners at the Intercontinental Hotel and then headquarters on Friday and Saturday night. Whenever Leo attends functions like this, there is usually something beneficial to come out of it as far as his home club is concerned. We will wait and see? Personally he certainly benefited, backing longshot winner of the sprint final Smooth Fancy.

■FAVOURITE: Waikerie’s SA Country star Damian Stevens has been named favourite for next Monday night’s Whillas Medal count. Photo: BRAD PERRY

Whillas heading Waikerie’s way? ■I HAVE a new definition for impossible. Trying to squeeze on to the Weekly’s couch with three fair sized blokes apparently spending most of their time there. So I am pulling up a small chair to give my prediction on how the 2010 Whillas Medal voting may unfold on Monday night. On the evidence produced week to week during the season, the main chances for the medal are obviously Berri’s Adam Beauchamp and David Hankin, Barmera Monash’s Michael Smart, Loxton’s Pete Smith and Rhys Mitchell and Waikerie’s Damian Stevens. However, perhaps this could be the year of another bolter.

A couple of things to consider, firstly this is a best and fairest acknowledgement, so some immediate scratchings perhaps? Also, Berri’s uncanny ability to produce a medallist in recent seasons even when they were amongst the lower ranked sides. How will Demon players perform now that their very even team has dominated? Chris Scholefield and a quiet, consistent achiever Ty Allen may surprise, while Loxton’s All Australian Country skipper Leigh Kruger, Waikerie’s dynamic Aaron Thompson and Loxton North’s ball magnet Ryan Proud cannot be ignored. I’ll go Stevens narrowly from Beauchamp, with Allen the dark horse.

Gutsche back on board for Murray Districts kids ■THE Murray Districts Junior Cricket Council has formed a committee for 2010-11 but is looking for a president, as well as someone to assist with secretarial duties. Previous hard working president Kathy Reynolds is stepping down. Telephone her on 8582 3222 or 8584 5539 if you are able to assist in either vacancy. Meanwhile, Loxton’s Michael Gutsche has been reappointed as the zone’s under 16 squad coach with Greg Graetz as his assistant.

Mallee’s Lynton Barrett is at the helm of the under 14 group with former Murray Districts and current Tea Tree Gully players Joseph Haines (Waikerie) and Keiren Reynolds (Loxton) to work with him. Selection trials for both age groups are set down for the Loxton practice nets on Sunday, September 12 and 26, from 11am. The SACA annual under 14 Carnival is in Adelaide from November 29 to December 2 and under 16 from December 6 to 9.

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20 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 2, 2010

Loxton seeks back to back

By LES PEARSON

AN undefeated Renmark takes on Loxton in the A1 netball grand final at the Renmark gymnasium at 8.30 tomorrow night. While the pressure of being unbeaten throughout the season may sit heavily on the Renmark girls’ shoulders, they should have the confidence to get over Loxton after a solid performance in the second semi-final. As last year’s premier, Loxton knows how to win big finals. The two teams match up well. The most pivotal contest on the court will be between Renmark’s youthful but experienced Denika Gartery and Loxton’s Jackie Dahlitz in centre court. Dahlitz is generally the director of play on court, while Gartery’s fitness is a strength she will be looking to draw on in later quarters. Reeni Leuders is likely to take the wing attack bib and in her first full season of A1 netball, has improved substantially.

Loxton’s Eve Will is likely to line up on her, Will’s rebounding defence a key in the team’s forward thrusts. In Renmark’s goal circle, Sonja and Anita Modlinski are likely to face determined defence from Loxton’s Sharona Edwards and Sally Wright. Sonja tends to be the more even-tempered of the sisters, while Anita’s drive and energy adds another dimension at the attacking end. Amber George and dead-eye shot Tess Dempsey will team up in Loxton’s attacking third, taking on association medallist and goal keeper Leanne Menz and runner-up Jo Haynes in goal defence. Renmark’s Lyn Sweeney will occupy wing defence, minding Carly Wheeldon in wing attack for Loxton. Loxton’s line-up could change significantly though, with the versatile Leah Fisher able to slot in at both ends of the court. It all comes down to which team

■ OPPORTUNITY: Loxton has the opportunity to go back to back as A1 premiers when it takes on Renmark, which is undefeated this year, in tomorrow night’s grand final.

takes its chances in the goal circle. Both teams are excellent at quick ball movement, particularly Dahlitz feeding the ball into attack. However, Renmark has the abili-

ty to slow the tempo and has shown throughout the year it has the game style to win by getting the best scoring opportunities from possession. If it can maintain the style of

Medallist Menz turns focus to final By CALLUM TRIFONOFF RENMARK goalkeeper Leanne Menz has won her fourth Riverland Netball Association A1 Best and Fairest award after some outstanding play during the 2010 season. The experienced Menz finished above team-mate Jo Haynes and said she was happy, yet surprised to win. “Yeah it’s good to win,” Menz said.,

“It’s surprising though but I’m very happy to win. “I think it’s surprising because we had a pretty strong team with Denika (Gartery) and Jo having to work hard. “They forced a lot of opponents to make mistakes,” she laughed. This is the fourth time Menz has won the award, having done so previously in 2001, 2006 and 2007. Menz said the currently un-

Riverland Football League

RFL FINAL SERIES Saturday September 4

INDEPENDENT GRAND FINAL AT LYRUP OVAL 11.30am Under 14 Exhibition match 12.45pm Colts Wunkar v Paringa 2.30pm A-Grade East Murray v Lyrup STRICTLY NO BYO ALCOHOL NO GLASS

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Saturday September 4

RFL PRELIMINARY FINALS AT LOXTON NORTH OVAL 8.45am Under 13 Loxton North v Barmera Monash 9.58am Under 15 Waikerie v Loxton 11.20am Under 18 Berri v Waikerie 12.48pm B Grade Barmera Monash v Renmark 2.30pm A Grade Barmera Monash v Loxton

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defeated 2010 Renmark A1 side, which will play Loxton in the grand final tomorrow night, has gelled well this year. “I’m looking forward to the grand final now,” she said. “Hopefully we can do well.” Also, Barmera’s young gun Charlotte Richardson took out the rookie award for best junior player in A1 in 2010. Richardson, 17, has been a regular in the Barmera A1 side this season and should maintain

her position next year. Renmark’s Kelly Nelson, Loxton’s Lauren Benson and Barmera’s Meg Gillespie also took out awards on the night. The RNA Team of the Year was also announced, with Menz and Haynes both making the cut, while their Renmark team-mate Lyn Sweeney also made it. Four players from Loxton, two from Berri and one from Loxton North, were also rewarded for their fine play this season.

game that has got it this far, Renmark should run out eventual winners in a titanic match. In the A2 final, Loxton will take on Berri at 7pm. Best & Fairest winners:

A1: L. Menz (R) 55, J. Haynes (R) 32; A2: H. Buick (L) 37, T. Bagley (R), A. Proud (L) 29; A3: D. Hartwig (W) 37, K. Ackland (LN) 36; B1: D. James (R) 35, N. Muller (B) 28; B2: N. Thorpe (R) 41, J. Andrenacci (M) 24; B3: J. Doughty (R) 32, K. Lawrie (Barm) 20; C1: L. Wutke (C) 27, J. Gregory (J) 26; C2: V. Bagley (LN) 36, C. Wade (B) 26, K. Devlin (R) 26; 17A: J. Westmoreland (R) 31, R. Leuders (R), K. Nelson (R) 29; 17B: B. Kropinyeri (B) 30, C. Brown (R) 24; 17C: A. Faehrmann (LN) 41, S. Trower (L) 38; 15A: R. Shotton (B) 53, S. Benson (L) 47; 15B1: A. Tanner (B) 36, S. Brand (B) 28; 15B2: K. McKenzie (LN) 51, M. Pitman (R) 32; 15C1: I. Thiele (B) 56, B. Kafexholli (W) 41; 15C2: J. Gregory (Barm) 42, K. Dyer (R) 37.

RNA Team of the Year: Renmark: Leanne Menz, Jo Haynes, Lyn Sweeney; Berri: Lisa Smith, Tori Jachmann; Loxton: Tess Dempsey, Amber George, Jackie Dahlitz, Sally Wright; Loxton North: Karina Tschirpig.

Loxton tipped in thrilling hockey semi A Men

First semi-final – Loxton v Renmark THIS season’s competition has been pretty tight, which means this semi-final could go either way. In previous weeks, Loxton beat second placed Berri but lost to bottom placed Renmark. Both teams have winners across the field, with Loxton relying on Matthew Hammond in the midfield, while Steven Trezise and Aaron Evans make the play. Young Sean Burgess is one of those players who always seems to have a sniff around goals, while Karl Hennig adds an experienced head. It is uncertain if Burgess or Hammond will return for finals after playing in Adelaide during the season. Renmark knows it can match up with the best teams in the competition when it is fired up but midfielder Dalton Casey (who is expected to return from playing in Adelaide), Dan Shawyer and Callum Benda will need to be switched on. Loxton will get over the line in what will be a thrilling match. Second semi-final – Waikerie v Berri JUST one win separated Waikerie and Berri this season and there is no doubt this is a final not to be missed. In the past two rounds Waikerie was belted by Berri 8-2 and then trounced Renmark 7-2. Waikerie’s gun players such as Cameron and Rowan Hope,

who have both been superb in front of goal, Matthew Morgan and Jason Redemski are all important. While it is uncertain whether Lachlan Seabrook will be available, the inclusion of the midfielder/striker will be a huge b onus for the team. Berri will also be sweating on the return of Matt Baird, who has been playing in Adelaide. Even without Baird, the older defensive unit, led by Tony Herbert, can repel Waikerie attacks. The ever reliable Brett Stokes has been a short corner specialist this season and the team has taken advantage of that. If Waikerie can get its full team on the pitch, it will win in a shoot-out.

A Women

First semi-final - Berri v Waikerie A COMPETITIVE season from Berri means it comes into this first semi-final as favourites. In a do or die contest, Waikerie has nothing to lose and its slate will be wiped clean, despite winning just one game for the season. For Waikerie, Kristen Pick has been competitive, Carly Levi has worked hard and Anna Kroehn has created plenty of opportunities. Berri has matched it with the top two teams on several occasions this season and will be wanting to beat Waikerie in convincing fashion. The likes of Kristen Hibberd, Catherine Starr and Cassie Mengler will all be important in an easy Berri win.

■ DONATION: Pictured with a field bin donated to the Loxton North Football Club by Ahrens are (from left) club president Linton Proud, Herb Hyde, and A grade captain Josh Nelson. Herb and his wife Christine paid $7169.00 for the bin. “(We) wanted to help a great family club who look after the supporters who support them,” Mr Hyde said. Waikerie, Loxton and Brown’s Well were among local clubs which also received bins. Second semi-final – Loxton v Renmark LOXTON had a stellar season, only losing one match but its last encounter with Renmark was a close affair. While it is unknown if Loxton will have its full squad available, Renmark will be without Toni Casey who has a serious injury, leaving a huge hole in its defence. Renmark is an experienced line-up with Danielle Weeks and

Morgan and Kirby Trautwein certain to feature in this semifinal. Loxton has a great mix of juniors and seniors with the likes of Eloise Hampel (14 goals), Tara Allister and Stephanie Baird (16 goals) primed to gain finals experience. B.J. Hammerstein is a tough competitor and with plenty of finals experience, will lead her team to victory. It should be close, though.


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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 is ideal for the cooler nights 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 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 – inspect this Saturday!

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129 Renmark Ave, Renmark Phone: 8586 6831

PRIVACY, SPACE & QUALITY

- Stunning four bedroom, two bathroom home - Formal lounge, home theatre, family room, study - Huge shed with offices, workshop, storage areas - Underfloor heating, ducted reverse cycle aircon. NEW Price: $485,000 View: Saturday 9.30 - 10.00am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 OPEN

TWENTYFIFTH STREET

PARINGA/MURTHO RURAL LIVING - 7.4 acres with 300 walnut trees - 22mg private water allocation - Very well maintained home - Nice gardens, good outdoor living Price: $340,000 View: Saturday 10.30 - 11.00am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

MAIN ROAD LOCATION

OPEN

MURTHO ROAD 4KM FROM PARINGA

IMPRESSIVE RURAL LIVING

- Four bedrooms, spacious living areas - Ducted aircon plus reverse cycle split system - Close to Schools, Plaza & Town centre - As new kitchen & bathroom Price: $175,000 View: Saturday 11:30am - 12:00 Noon OPEN Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Brick veneer home on 1500m2 - 3 bedrooms with BIR, 2 living areas - Double carport plus double garage - Comb heating, ducted AC, gable roof pergola Price: $285,000 View: Saturday 12.30 - 1.00pm Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 OPEN

FANTASTIC LOCATION CLOSE TO RIVER

INSPECT THE TREASURE THROUGH THE FRONT DOOR

110 EIGHTEENTH STREET

TWENTYSIXTH STREET

EXECUTIVE FAMILY HOME

OVERLOOKING RIVER & GARDENS

- High quality 5 bedroom home - Over 30 squares of living area - In-ground pool and tennis court - Double allotment opposite schools NEW Price: $380,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- As close to the River as you can get! - Spacious character home - Huge 1200m2 allotment - Easy stroll to town centre Price: $305,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

GREAT RURAL LIVING PACKAGE

NEAR RUSTON’S ROSE GARDEN

IDEAL FIRST HOME

SUPERIOR QUALITY HOME

STUNNING FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY HOME

HOUSEBOAT “SUNSPOT”

IMMACULATE PRESENTATION

PERFECT FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT

BRICK VENEER IN GREAT LOCATION

RENMARK KINDER RESORT

BUSINESS FOR SALE

HIGH RETURN INVESTMENT

WALK TO SHOPS & SCHOOLS

COMMERCIAL PREMISES IN PARINGA

- Modern style 3 bedroom home - Just over 1 acre allotment - Plenty of shedding, ample water supply - Variety of fruit trees Price: $185,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Four bedroom home completed in Sept 2007 - Dream kitchen, spacious living areas - Double garage UMR, nice gardens, good fencing - Huge all-weather outdoor living area Price: $349,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 3 bedroom brick veneer, 2 living areas - 4 car carport, large shed - Ducted airconditioning, gas heating - Quality outdoor living areas Price: $258,500 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 20m x 8m vessel with aluminium pontoons - Two bedrooms, two living areas - Cruise the Murray at your leisure - Use for holidays or reside permanently on board! Price: $170,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Desirable Story Crescent location - Spacious two bedroom home - Rented for $170 per week - Ideal retirement or investment Price; $187,500 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Great value 2 bedroom home - Combustion heating & evaporative airconditioning - Rented for $120 per week. - Perfect investment or first home Price: $118,500 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 4 bedrooms or 3 + study - Two living areas, evaporative aircon - Nice gardens, shady verandahs - Great shed plus double carport Price: $195,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Just over three quarters of an acre - Well established easy-care gardens - 15,000 gallons of rainwater storage - A home to be proud of NEW Price: $495,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Just over two years old - Five bedrooms, three living areas - Polished timber floors, ducted r/c a/c - Walk-in robes to four bedrooms Price: $360,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Three bedrooms, main with built-ins - Split system A/C, solar HWS - Save power, save money - Carport, shed, rear verandah NEW Price: $110,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

BARMERA

GREAT OPPORTUNITY – GREAT HOME!

- Well presented three bedroom home - Evaporative airconditioning, gas heating - Carport, garage & rear verandah - Under instructions from the Mortgagee Price: $119,000 View: By appointment Contact: Jo Lloyd 0419 843 247

ABOVE AVERAGE FEATURES

- Three bedrooms, open living areas - Evaporative & refrigerated aircon, gas heating - Carport UMR plus large shed, side street access - Pergola, good fencing on all sides Price: $169,500 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Three bedrooms, built-in robes to main - Nice living areas, fresh paintwork - Detached games room with bathroom - 2 carports, corner allotment NEW Price: $219,000 View: By appointment Contact: Jo Lloyd 0419 843 247

- 3 bedroom duplex close to Renmark Plaza - Currently rented for $150/week – 6.5% return - A great entry point to start your investment portfolio - Alternatively move in once the lease expires. Price: $120,000 View: by appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Freehold business, WIWO - Large modern beautifully equipped premises - Only 3 years old, 708m2 building - Licensed for 90 children Price: POA View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Three bedrooms - Modern style kitchen & bathroom - Reverse cycle airconditioning & gas heating - Rear timber deck, garage & carport Price: $169,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Liberty Fuels Renmark - Prime Location, workshop attached - Liberty Fuels assistance available - Opportunity to expand the business use Price: $60,000 + GST View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp

- Great location in main street - Reverse cycle split system airconditioning - Detached building at rear – great for storage - Stop paying rent for your business site! Price: $68,000 View: By appointment Contact: Jo Lloyd 0419 843 247

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129 Renmark Ave, Renmark Phone: 8586 6831

10 Acre Building Site RIVERFRONT LIFESTYLE

- Ski, fish, BBQ on the riverfront, moor your houseboat - Over 10 acres with very appealing home - River Murray frontage only minutes from town - Ample sheds, implements, private water license Price: $620,000 View: Saturday 10.30 - 11.00am OPEN Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Fantastic rural living site - 928KL water included - Ample room for kids, motorbikes or horse - Best value in Renmark! Price: $67,500 View: by appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

QUALITY RURAL LIVING

- Well cared for 3 bedroom brick veneer home - Two sep. living areas plus detached games room - Excellent outdoor living areas - 3 bay shed plus large open front shed Price: $310,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

RURAL LIVING AT IT’S BEST

- Spacious 4 bedroom brick veneer home - As new kitchen, new tiles to bathroom & laundry - Huge gable roof pergola & outdoor kitchen - Garage UMR plus large shed Price: $325,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

MURTHO ROAD 4KM FROM PARINGA

RENTALS Lot 30 Cucumunga St,

$350pw

Located just minutes from Renmark, this impressive rural home offers quality living. Four bedrooms all with BIR’s, ensuite to main, ducted evap air cond, combustion heating, lounge, family and games room. Huge undercover living, outdoor kitchen, lge shedding, double garage, fenced yard.

10 Corporation Lane,

$350-400pw

Situated in the heart of Renmark on the banks of the River Murray. 4 b/r solid home, 2 bathrooms, 3 sunrooms, formal dining, huge formal lounge, polished Jarrah floors, high ceilings and ornate cornices. Wide verandah, nice gardens double carport and garage.

18 Orchard Drive,

$350-$400pw

Newly built 4 b/r home with study, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, ensuite and WIR to main, built-in robes, open plan living with separate formal lounge, double garage and outdoor entertaining under main roof.

3A Meander Avenue,

$270pw

Mead Court .............................337m2 .........................$86,000

Lovely and modern 3 b/r home overlooking parklands, large ensuite to main, BIR’s, gas heating, ducted evap air cond, double garage, rear pergola.

Mead Court .............................374m2 .........................$86,000

8 Dorothy Ave,

$225pw

Arumpo Street ........................4000m2 ........................$79,000 Malcolm Court ........................502m2 .......................$100,000

Chino Street ...........................3935m2 ....................$105,000

Modern exec 3 b/r home, ensuite, BIR’s, ducted evap air cond, r/c split system, formal dining and lounge, large family room, garage, fenced yard.

Orchard Drive ..........................431m2 .... $110,000 - $120,000

Lot 4 Chino St,

Eckermann Close ..................680m2 .......................$40,000

Palm Court ...............................892m2 .......................$220,000 Tarcoola Street .......................5928m2 ......................$110,000 Blue Skies Estate.....7 Lots available........ $69,000 to $93,000 Panorama Court.....4 Lots available ...... $44,000 to $57,000 Lot 100 Chris Court .................5686m2 ..............$90,000 ONO Lot 26 Curtis Avenue ............... 617m2........................ $39,500 Lot Tarcoola Street ............ over 3 acres..................$127,000

MODERN RENMARK NORTH HOME

- Three bedrooms all with BIR’s, ensuite to main - Family room & lounge, meals & dining room - Ducted airconditioning, gas heating - Good shed, nice pergola, garage UMR Price: $298,000 View: by appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

FULL TIME INCOME, PART TIME INPUT - Modern 4 bedroom home - Very good shedding - High quality implements - 16 acres, very good income Price: $500,000 View: by appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

*LAND**LAND**LAND**LAND* SPACIOUS RURAL LIVING SITE

- Located in the Renmark West School zone - Almost 12 acre vacant land - Domestic water available - Power at road boundary Price: $95,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

GOOD QUALITY RURAL LIVING

- 8.5 acres vacant land in Renmark West - Modern three bedroom home - Excellent shed, 928KL domestic water supply - Land cannot be irrigated for 5 years Price: $210,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

- 1021m2 zoned Residential 2 - Short walk to Plaza - 200m to schools - Large homesite or units (STCC) Price: $60,000 - $65,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

NEW LISTING $200pw

Rural 4 b/r home, ensuite and WIR to main, split system r/c air cond, BIR’s.

64 Pyap St,

$190pw

156B Sixteenth St,

$175pw

232 Twentyfirst St,

$160pw

3 bedroom home close to plaza, reverse cycle air cond, carport, fenced rear yard.

Modern 2 b/r unit, centrally located, split system r/c air cond, BIR to main, carport, private yard, low maintenance. 3 b/r home, r/c air cond, combustion heating, garage and carport.

17E Namoi St,

NEW LISTING $150pw

Rural 3 b/r home, gas heating, air conditioning, carport, garage, pergola, strictly no pets.

86 Sixteenth St,

$155pw

3 b/r home close to Town Centre, reverse cycle air cond, fully fenced yard, rear lane access.

18 Evans St,

NEW LISTING $140pw

2 b/r unit in great location, close to river and Town Centre, r/c air cond, carport.

20 Acacia Cres,

WINE GRAPES & RELIABLE OUTLET

QUIET SITE SET BACK FROM ROAD

- 10.8Ha property supplying Angoves - Good home, good shedding, good plant - 2 separate titles, drip irrigation - Owners retiring. Suit vines or redevelopment Price: $375,000 View: by appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 6.5 acre rural building site - 928KL water supply - Power connected to boundary - Land cannot be irrigated for 5 years Price: $85,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

LARGE PREMISES FOR LEASE

- Town Centre Location - Approx. 384m2 area - Plenty of car parking close by - You can’t get a better location! View: by appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

The

HOME OME INSPECTIONS INSPECTION INSPE IN SPECTI PE CTI TION N NS S Saturday, September 4, 2010 BARMERA 10.00 - 10.45 am

BERRI

9.00 - 10.00 am 10.30 - 11.30 am 11.15 - 11.45 am 12.00 - 1.00 pm 12.00 - 12.30 pm

Main road location T

HIS spacious four bedroom home is located midway between the Renmark Plaza and the town shopping area. The home offers large living areas, near new kitchen and bathroom, ducted evaporative airconditioning plus a reverse cycle split system to the lounge. The double allotment has rear lane access, a large workshop plus undercover parking at the rear for boat or caravan. A great family home in a good location within walking distance of shops and schools.

RENMARK

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110 Eighteenth Street

3.00 - 4.00 pm

LOXTON

11.00 - 11.30 am 12.00 - 12.45 pm 1.15 - 1.45 pm 2.15 - 2.45 pm 3.00 - 3.30 pm

PARINGA

10.30 - 11.00 am

Spiller Road LJ Hooker

“Peace of Mind”

Property Management Phone: 8586 6433

List

FOR F R THIS THI WEEK

Saturday, September 4, 2010 PARINGA 10.30 - 11.00 am

17 Powell Street Ray White Berri 51 Powell Street Ray White Berri 6 Jarvis Street LJ Hooker 27 Kay Avenue Ray White Berri 8 Affleck Court LJ Hooker Sect 110 Old Sturt Highway Ray White Berri

RENMARK

46 Second Street Ray White Loxton 655 Bookpurnong Road Ray White Loxton 82 Newton Road Ray White Loxton 19 Schick Street Ray White Loxton 53 Tobruk Terrace Ray White Loxton

12.00 - 1.00 pm

Murtho Road 4km from Paringa Ray White Renmark

$140pw

3 bedroom duplex close to schools and plaza, gas heating, air conditioning, garden shed.

Murtho Road 4km from Paringa Ray White Renmark

9.30 - 10.00 am

Twentyfifth Street Ray White Renmark 11.30 - 12.00noon 110 Eighteenth Street Ray White Renmark 12.30 - 1.00 pm Twentysixth Street Ray White Renmark

WINKIE

1.30 - 2.30 pm

Lt 2 Sec 195 Dalziel Road Ray White Berri

Sunday, September 5, 2010 BERRI 3.00 - 4.00 pm

GLOSSOP

10.30 - 11.30 am

WINKIE

1.30 - 2.30 pm

27 Kay Avenue Ray White Berri Sect 110 Old Sturt Highway Ray White Berri 487 Bottom Road Ray White Berri Lt 2 Sec 195 Dalziel 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.


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Berri 15 Denny Street 8582 1700 Loxton 36 East Terrace 8584 7100 Waikerie 11 McCoy Street 8541 4011

Robert Gruzlewski 0448 816 698

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Sec 110 Old Sturt Highway Room to play - inside and out s Ultimate family living at its best nestled on 2.193ha (7.19acres)s Brick veneer, colorbond roof home boasting 4 bedrooms with downlightss Inground solar heated, salt chlorinated inground swimming pool Open: Saturday Sept 4, 3.00pm – 4.00pm Price: $370,000 Internet ID: 106762775 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

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8 Phillips Road Starting up or slowing down? s$ELIGHTFULYETMODERNBRICKVENEERTILEDROOFRESIDENCEs4HREE CARPETEDSLEEPINGZONESEACHWITHBUILT INROBESs3PACIOUSCARPETED LOUNGEWITHRCACGASBAYONETs7ELCOMINGTILEDFOYERWHICH ROAMSTOTHESEPARATEDININGLOVELYKITCHENWITHWALKINPANTRYs 4ILEDTWOWAYBATHROOMWHICHACTSASEN SUITE Price: $230,000 Internet ID: 106693536 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

26 McLean Street Here’s the Lot - Now Just Add Bricks & Mortar! s!PLEASANTGENTLEUNDULATINGBUILDINGBLOCKOFMs5NWRAP THISPARCELTOREALIZEITSFULLPOTENTIALBYBUILDINGYOURDREAMHOMEs Positioned at the higher end of Mclean Street with superb elevated VIEWSs/NEOF"ERRISFAVOURITEADDRESSESFORTHEBUYERWITH Price: $ 95,000 Internet ID: 2773491 Agent: Greg Cram 0439 890 822 Chet Al 0413 104 002

50 Jarvis Street Get this Space and Build your Place! s.ONEEDTOCOMPROMISEONTHISMPARCELOFPRIMEREALESTATE s!LLOWSSOMEONETOGETMORELANDFORTHEIRMONEY SOYOUCANPUT AWHOLELOTMOREINTOYOURHOME YOURDREAMSYOURFUTUREs)TSTHE right price, the right location, the right lifestyle – the right everything REALLYs0OWER 4ELSTRA.ATURAL'AS#ONNECTIONSAREONSITE

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+AY!VENUE Charm and location - the perfect duo! s%STABLISHEDONAPROUDSLIGHTLYELEVATED SITEINTHEHEARTOF"ERRIs,OCATIONSHOULD be the motivation because its central to ALLSHOPPINGs)MMACULATELYANDSTRIKINGLY appointed it is complete with renovated FEATURESsBURNERGASCOOKERWITHOVERHEAD s/s canopy, dishwasher & a gorgeous wow FACTORNEWKITCHENs)NFORMALOPENPLANLIVING area with timber venetians, downlights and LARGEPORCELAINmOORTILESs"REATHTAKING LARGEmOORTOCEILINGTILEDBATHROOMWITH CONTEMPORARYTHEMESs&OURRCSPLITSYSTEMS SERVICEROVINGLIVINGAREAANDOFs&OUR king sized bedrooms, each with built in robes & ceiling fans Open: Saturday Sept 4, 12.00pm – 1.00pm Open: Sunday Sept 5, 12.00pm – 1.00pm

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Berri

"OSMAN$RIVE Indulge & Enjoy...It’s all about Lifestyle! s)MPRESSIVE METICULOUSLYMAINTAINEDBEDROOMEXECUTIVERESIDENCE ONMs&OURBEDROOMS MASTERWITHFEATUREWALL DOWNLIGHTS CONTEMPORARYENSUITE7)2s4WO$AIKINBRANDREVERSECYCLESPLIT system air conditioners allows your chosen temperature all year round s$UALGARAGEWILLSHELTERTHEFAMILYVEHICLESLARGEPLAYYARD Price: $320,000 Internet ID: 106599061 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

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Greg Cram

Berri

51 Powell Street The home with a warm heart! s"RICKVENEER TILEDROOFHOME BUILTBY.ESCIIN s&ULLLENGTHSLIDINGROBESINBEDDERONE TWOOTHERBEDDERSARE SUITABLYPOSITIONEDs#ENTRALBATHROOMISGREATWITHANAMAZINGBIRD BATHVANITYs3TACKSOFUNDERCOVERACCOMMODATIONALLOWSFORTHE boat, trailer or multiple family vehicles Open: Saturday Sept 4, 10.30am - 11.30am Price: $279,000 Internet ID: 106601612sGreg Cram 0439 890 822

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Berri

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,OT3ECT$ALZIEL2OAD Just country comfort s2EAL2OO RALCOUNTRYLIVINGONAONEACRE ALLOTMENTs%NTHRALFEATURESGALORETHAT YOUMAYJUSTADOREs&RESHLYLANDSCAPED gardens with sandstone paved veranda s4HREEGOODSIZEBEDROOMS GREATSPACE FORTHEBREEDINGFAMILYs4ILEDmOORSmOW GALLEYKITCHENISSURETODELIGHTs#OMBUSTION HEATING EVAPORATIVEACRCSPLITSYSTEMs Great shedding for parties or multiple family VEHICLESs"ITUMENROADFRONTAGEJUSTASTROLL TOTHE7INKIE3TOREs&ULLYFENCEDREARYARD WILLROUNDOFFTHISFAMILYPACKAGEs0RICETOSELL for an immediate sale!

Open: Saturday Sept 4, 1.30pm – 2.30pm Price: $210,000 Internet ID: 106783900 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Price: $285,000 Internet ID: 106783883 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

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Berri I Barmera I Loxton I Waikerie


Loxton North

Loxton North

We dont just meet your expectations, we exceed them Loxton

Loxton

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Sec 96 Derrick Road BEDROOM BATHROOMHOMEON!CRES 4HISHOMEDOESNEEDSOME4,#BEFOREYOUMOVEIN PAINT NEW carpet and some roof repairs but those who put in the hard yards WILLREAPTHEREWARDS&EATURINGLARGETILEDCENTRALLIVINGAREAWITH3# HEATER LOUNGE ELECTRICROLLERSHUTTERS SECURITYSYSTEM ENSUITE ")2S

Sec 557 Fairweather Ave 4 bedroom home on 38 acres 4HISISASOLIDHOMEWHICHFEATURESDUCTEDEVAPORATIVE!# LOUNGE WITHA2#!# LARGEFAMILYROOM BEDROOMSWITH")2S SPACIOUS eat in kitchen with WIP and utility room.Outside is a fenced home YARD SHEDWITHTWOLARGEPARKINGBAYSANDWORKSHOP .ISSANHUT

Internet ID: 106735456 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Price:$170,000 Internet ID: 106734984 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Dave Kanizay

46 Second Street Fresh and Appealing s!LOVELYDOUBLEBRICKBEDROOMFAMILYHOME EXTENSIVELY RENOVATEDWITHPOLISHEDTIMBERmOORS DUCTED!# CEILINGFANS modern kitchen with SS appliances, large pantry and dishwasher. s &ULLYRENOVATEDBATHROOMANDNDBATHROOMLAUNDRY LIVINGAREAS Open: Saturday Sept 4, 11.00am – 11.30am Price:$249,000 Internet ID: 106703642 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

&OURTH3TREET Living large s.ESTLEDONOVERbANACREs4HEmOORPLANISENORMOUSWITH separate dining, living & rumpus rooms s 3 carpeted sleeping zones WITH7)2SCEILINGFANSsXRCSPLITSYSTEMSGASlREs Heaps of shedding surrounds the property

Dave Kanizay

Bronte Manuel

Dave Kanizay

Price: $310,000 Internet ID: 106700937 Bronte Manuel 0439 828 822

Loxton

SPRING INTO A(U)CTION

Loxton

19 Schick Street First home buyers, take note! s3ETINAUPANDCOMINGPOPULARRESIDENTIAL AREAs"RIGHTANDSPACIOUSBRANDNEWFOUR bedroom home featuring open plan kitchen/ dining/living area, kitchen with a raised BREAKFASTBARAND7)0s-ASTER"2WITH ENSUITEAND7)2 ")2SINBEDROOMSAND the lovely decked alfresco area at the front. s2ECENTLYLANDSCAPEDANDREADYTOMOVE into. Secure your ďŹ nance and set yourself up so you can bid for this bargain.

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655 Bookpurnong Road Rock solid double brick family home s,OVELYANDSPACIOUSBEDROOMHOME with high ceilings, neutral colours, large windows s-AINBEDROOMWITHBUILTINROBES s%XTRALIVINGROOMORTHBEDROOMWITH ensuite s(UGEOUTDOOR%NTERTAINMENTAREA sXFTSHED FRUITTREESANDCARPORT s+ITCHENWITHNEWSTOVEBENCHTOPS s$UCTEDEVAPORATIVEAIR CONDITIONING sRAINWATERTANK s!MALLOTMENTWITHNOIMMEDIATE .EIGHBOURS s#HILDRENCANWALKTOSCHOOL

Open: Saturday Sept 4, 12.00pm – 12.45pm Price: $247,000 Internet ID: 104523983 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Open: Saturday Sept 4, 2.15pm – 2.45pm Price: Auction Saturday Sept 25 @ 11am Internet ID: 105863699 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Dave Kanizay 4OBRUK4ERRACE A unique slice of Loxton’s history s Built in 1912, this remarkable property has only had two owners since new. s4HESOLIDSTONEHOMEWITH"ALTICTIMBER mOORING OPENlREPLACESANDLOFTYHIGH ceilings is in surprisingly good order awaits its transformation. s Substantial corner allotment of 4395m2 ZONEDRESIDENTIALAND34#! LENDSITSELFTO subdivision of 5 allotments while still retaining a large allotment with the main property. s Only a short walk to the town centre. Let your imagination run wild and grasp this opportunity before it slips away!

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Renmark

Loxton

Loxton

SPRING INTO A(U)CTION

Open: Saturday Sept 4, 3.00pm – 3.30pm Price:Auction September 25 @ 12.30 on site Internet ID: 105907378 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

HUGE REDUCTION FOR AN AMAZING ALLOTMENT

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price review .EWTON2OAD Feels like home s!4ASTEFULLYRENOVATEDn"EDROOMHOMEONM2 ALLOTMENTWHICHFEATURESANEWROOFANDGUTTERSRENDEREDEXTERIOR MASSIVENEWLIVINGROOMEXTENSIONWITHITSPOLISHEDTIMBERmOORS ANDBEAUTIFULDOUBLE&RENCHDOORSMODERNKITCHENWITH7)0 Open: Saturday Sept 4, 1.15pm – 1.45pm Price: $275,000 Internet ID: 106405656 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Dave Kanizay

Loxton

Loxton

.EW,ANDING7AY Land your new way at this address! s Purchase this classiest allotment of the lot! s Own your own PICTURESQUEPIECEOFTHE-URRAYs Pristine water access at the rear with captivating water views from the front s Property permits own personal boat dock for lifestyle s7ALKINGDISTANCETOTHE*ANE%LIZAS POPULAR4OWER4AVERNs!PERFECTMPADINAPERFECTLOCATION Price: $225,000 Internet ID: 2772004 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

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Dave Kanizay

Loxton

Loxton

under contract

3a & 3b Pyap Street Deceivingly Large s#ONVENIENTLYLOCATEDONTHEDOORSTEPOFTHEMAINSTREETEVERYDAY conveniences s)DEALFORTHEEXPANDINGFAMILY RETIREES INVESTMENTOR MAYBEKEEPOPERATINGASAmOURISHING""s4HEmOORPLANCONSISTS of multiple spacious living areas, 4 Bedrooms & 2 bathrooms

Bargain Basements – Business Only Bargin Basement GIfts s!SUCCESSFULLYOPERATEDOWNEROPERATORBUSINESSFORALMOST years! s4HECURRENTOWNERSWANTTORELAXANDENJOYAFAMILYLIFE s.OEXCUSE PRIMELOCATIONTHATSHOULDHAVENOHESITATIONs Striving business with price and value of everyday living!

Price: $229,000 per property Internet ID: 106721060 Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Price: $75,000 – Includes Stock And P & E Internet ID: 3164911 Agent: Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Bronte Manuel

Glossop

14 Klingberg Street Love The House, Garden and Lifestyle s4HEFORMALDININGANDSECONDLOUNGEAREAMERGETOGETHERTOFORM h,vSHAPEDLIVINGs4HEKITCHENFEATURESmOORANDOVERHEADCABINETRY GASCOOKINGAPPLIANCES DISHWASHERANDBREAKFASTBARs%ACHOFTHE three sleeping zones are a great size, while the master has a WIR s&ULLYLINEDXFTCONCRETEANDPOWEREDSHED Price: $309,000 Internet ID: 106436582s"RONTE-ANUEL

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Glossop

Greg Cram Principal 0439 890 822

Price: $110,000 + S.A.V. Internet ID: 3157272 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

OWNERS KEEN TO SELL – OFFERS INVITED

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487 Bottom Road CERTAINLY A HIDDEN HAVEN! s4HISHINTERLANDPROPERTYMAYPROVETOBETHEENVYOFFAMILYAND FRIENDSs-ODERNATTRACTIVEHOMEPERFECTLYPOSITIONEDONTHE property and offers privacy and seclusion amongst wide open space FORTHEFAMILYCHERUBSTOROAMs4HECOMBINATIONOFAGREATFAMILY HOMELOCATEDONAACREs)NCLUDESMEGSOFwater Price: $255,000 Open: Sunday Sept 5, 10.30am – 11.30am Internet ID: 106614421 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

"53).%33/.,9 "0'LOSSOP Brilliant and proďŹ table s"0COULDSTANDFOR"RILLIANTAND0ROlTABLEBECAUSETHATSEXACTLY WHATTHISSEVENDAYWEEKBUSINESSISALLABOUTs!GREATFAMILY BUSINESSRE BORNMONTHSAGOANDOFFERSTHENEXTCOMMITTED business people an opportunity to continue the trade to entirely MAXIMIZEITSPOTENTIAL Price: $140,000 Internet ID: 3140006 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

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Dave Kanizay Sales Consultant 0448 845 270

Thymless Nursery – Now Thyme to Change Hands! s$ISTINCTIVE 5NIQUEAND0ROlTABLE"USINESSISNOWREGRETFULLY&OR Sale sSuccessfully Owned and Operated by Sisters that fulďŹ lled A$REAMWITH6ISIONsIt now awaits a new chapter to unfold and RADIATEEXTRAFURTHERPOTENTIALs!,OCATIONTHATHASEVERPASSING TRAFlCAREATO3HOWCASEITS0RODUCTS

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Bronte Manuel

Glossop

Not an exit package property

Old Sturt Highway Is relocation motivation for your next destination Business is all about Location, Location, and Location! Perfectly located freehold premise will be site to passing 24/7 trafďŹ c Prime commercial land which allows endless potential to further develop SQMRETAILMERCHANDISESPACE LUNCHROOM TOILETSHOWER amenities Maybe the perfect site to create long term storage Price Review: $225,000 Internet ID: 106619947 #/--%2#)!,02%-)3%3/.,9 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

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Cary Hocking Sales Consultant 0488 414 460

9b Bice Street Sleek, Sophisticated & Stylish Living! s"EAUTIFULLYAPPOINTEDCOURTYARD6ILLAINABRILLIANTLOCALEs)MPECCABLY PRESENTEDINEVERYWAYANDALMOSTAYEAROLDs0ERFECTEDFORA MULTITUDEOFCHOICESBUTCHOOSEDREAMRETIREMENTs-ASTERRETREAT has full length robes & central stylish bathroom acts as ensuite Price: $235,000 Internet ID: 106759938 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Bronte Manuel Sales Consultant 0439 828 882

Greg Cram

Chet Al Sales Consultant 0413 104 002

Sue Dolling OfďŹ ce Manager


Berri 15 Denny Street 8582 1700

Loxton 36 East Terrace 8584 7100

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Waikerie 11 McCoy Street 8541 4011

Barmera

Barmera

Barmera

Cadell

#OCKSEDGE2OAD No Time for Hesitation! s)MPRESSIONABLETWOBEDDERlRSTHOMESTARTORAGREATHOLIDAY DESTINATIONs*USTAHOP SKIPJUMPTOTHEFORESHORESOFBEAUTIFUL ,AKE"ONNEYs$UALDRIVEWAYUNDERTHEFULLLENGTHCARPORTWHICH SHELTERSTHEHOMEs.EW3PLIT3YSTEM!#INSTALLED MODERNKITCHEN s'REATINVESTMENTPROPERTYREADYTOLEASEATPW Price: $119,000 Internet ID: 106388986 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

,OT!NDERSON3TREET X Marks the Spot for Your New Home s!WONDERFULMPADWITHBRILLIANTGREENGRASSEDPARKLAND outlook s Peacefully located on a large corner allotment leading into a short cul-de-sac s Options to face & build your home, then choosing your preferred addresssShort strolls to the town centre

.OOKAMKA4ERRACE A standing ovation for this location! s#LASSICAND#HARMINGDOUBLEBRICKTILEDROOFHOMEONLARGECORNER ALLOTMENTs)MPOSINGLYPOSITIONEDSLIGHTLYELEVATEDTOCAPTURE BEAUTIFULVIEWSOF,AKE"ONNEYs%XTRALARGECENTRALBATHROOMWITH BATH SHOWERNICHEANDQUALITYTAPWAREACCESSORIESs%NJOY RELAXATIONINTHELARGEOPENLOUNGEWITHBARALCOVE GASHEATERs! LOVELYRELAXEDHOMEFORRETIREES Price: $275,000 Internet ID: sGreg Cram 0439 890 822

3ECS 6IRGO2OAD #ADELL Rural lifestyle - 34 Acres s4HREEBEDROOMSTONEHOMEWITHSTUDYs!RETIREDORCHARD COMPRISEDOFACRESs3MALLIRRIGATIONALLOWANCETOENSUREGOOD feed for animals or enough to grow small seasonal crops. River -URRAY,ICENCEs"ATHROOMANDKITCHENHAVEBOTHBEENRECENTLY MADEOVERs0EACEFULRURALRETREATWITHPLENTYOFSPACETORELAX Price: $249,000 Internet ID: 106738951 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

Price: $55,000 Internet ID: 2777319 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

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Greg Cram

Waikerie

new release

,AWRIE4ERRACE Key to comfort and lifestyle s3PACIOUSBEDROOM BATHROOMFAMILY home offering a great lifestyle being located so close to schools, town centre, medical and sporting facilities. s3IDEACCESSFROM(EINEMANN3TTOTHEX 6m concreted shed with two car carport, fully fenced yard s&EATURINGFORMALLOUNGEMASSIVEFAMILY ROOMWITH3#HEATERBEAUTIFULMODERN KITCHENWITHDISHWASHERANDPANTRY")2S ENSUITE DUCTED!# s,ARGESEMIENCLOSEDREARVERANDAH THREE rainwater tanks

Price: $215,000 Internet ID: 106788316 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Greg Cram

Waikerie

Waikerie

4AYLORVILLE2OAD Unlimited potential sACRESOFCLEAREDLEVELLANDTOESTABLISHYOUROWNSELFSUFlCIENT LIFESTYLEs4HEREARETWOMAINBEDROOMS GENEROUSINSIZEANDATHIRD BEDROOMATTHEREAROFTHEHOMEs7ATERALLOCATIONOF   litres of water so you can grow vegetables, stock feed or just design a BEAUTIFULGARDENs/NLYMINUTESFROMTHETOWNCENTREOF7AIKERIE Price: $225,000 Internet ID: 7290749 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

4HOMPSON3TREET Outstanding Federation bungalow "UILTINBYLOCALBUILDERShKLEEMANNv4HETIMBERFRAMEDSASH windows are adorned with leadlight, used sparingly, in a simple diamond shaped pattern. Gas ďŹ red log ďŹ re place in the lounge room, open brick ďŹ re place in the dining room& double insulated ceilings.

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Sunlands

Waikerie

$UNLOP2OAD A seven iron to the tee s'ATEWAYTOTHE7AIKERIEGOLFCOURSEs#ONSTRUCTEDOFSOLIDBRICK WITHTILEDROOF INSULATEDCEILINGSs"ATHROOM LAUNDRYANDSEPARATE TOILETs"EDROOMSAREGENEROUS CARPETEDANDHAVEWINDOW FURNISHINGSs$ININGROOMADJOINSTHEKITCHEN

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Price: $449,000 Internet ID: 106609531 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

Cary Hocking

Cary Hocking

Golden Heights

new release

2EX!NDREW2OAD Perfectly presented rural retreat s4HEIMMENSEPRIDEOFOWNERSHIPISEVIDENT throughout this classic country style 4 bedroom home. s4REATEDTOANEWROOFANDGUTTERSONLY YEARSAGO RECENTLYREPAINTED NEW$AIKEN 2#!# QUALITY'ERMANMADEmOATINGmOORS new vanity unit, updated wiring with safety SWITCHES NEWINSTANT'AS(73 46POINTS CEILINGFANS SPACIOUSKITCHENWITH7)0 3# Wood heater s&RONTINGARESERVETHEPROPERTYALSO INCLUDESAMXMPOWEREDSHEDWITH powered roller door, 2 rainwater tanks, freshly paved entertaining area at the rear and a verandah and decking at the front

%DWARDS#RESCENT In Town, In Style sBEDROOMBRICKVENEERHOME THEMAINWITHBUILTINROBESs$OUBLE GARAGEWITHLOCKABLEROLLERDOORSUNDERTHEMAINROOFOFTHEHOMEs 7IDEOPENPLANOFTHEDINING KITCHENANDLOUNGEAREASs%QUIPPED with electric stove, range hood, white enamel sink and two drawer dish washer and plenty of cupboard space for preparation of meals. Price: $280,000 Internet ID: 106661020 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

Price: $169,000 Internet ID: 106712067 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

Cary Hocking

Price: $195,000 Internet ID: 106777596 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

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Cary Hocking

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351 Boy Scout Road Price $1,250,000 Inspect By appointment RLA 195714

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Contact Ray White Waikerie Cary Hocking 0448 414 460 Berri I Barmera I Loxton I Waikerie

Corporate holidays or family stays F

OR the perfect opportunity to unwind, this property consists of two separate four bedroom homes that come together and overlook the beautiful Murray River. Built as mirror images and currently furnished to individual tastes, these homes offer one magnificent eight-bedroom, four-bathroom home with 745sqm of living and entertaining space. The home offers magnificent river views from its timber deck that surrounds it on three sides. The deck of the home faces east, meeting at the centre of the home where a large glass atrium is set up as a bar and leisure room. Four of the sleeping zones are positioned to make the most of the magical river views, while the liv-

ing rooms open on to the deck again, bringing the serenity of the river inside. There are two totally independent cooking zones within the home and all modern conveniences such as soft-close storage, butler’s pantry, bar, twin sinks with pull-out spray tap and fully integrated appliances including dishwashers, fridges, a freezer, gas hot plates and 900mm ovens are offered. There is a third cooking zone on offer at the front of the home in the form of a paved barbecue area perfect on summer days to enjoy a few Crownies and go over the day’s events with mates and family. There are lush green lawns reaching from the deck of the home along the tops of stone walled terracing meandering down to

the water’s edge. The whole property is scattered with century old gum trees that provide precious shade and shelter from the harsh afternoon sun. With approximately 70 metres of river frontage there is an undercover shaded pontoon, ski away jetty and plenty of room for mooring of a houseboat. With plenty of undercover storage for caravans and lockable sheds you can store every variety of watercraft imaginable. The whole property is dotted with suitable campsites for tents and caravans and with outdoor toilet and showering facilities, the perfect place to relax whatever your favourite accommodation. This magnificent property totals almost 20 acres

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of land and is located above Lock One about six kilometres north of Blanchetown. Positioned on the western side of the river, the property is shaded during the hot afternoons and you can enjoy views from the balcony as the sun sets behind you. The property is adjacent to the popular McBean Pound holiday area where there are wide open river reaches and good calm water for skiing, fishing or sailing. A comfortable two-hour drive north east of Adelaide will see you arrive at your own river paradise. Whether with family, friends or both, this resort style home will accommodate all. Call today for your private showing.

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Sept 2 - Sept 9

Community Events File

Thursday, September 2 • The Terrace Gallery, Loxton, are showcasing “This That and The Landscape”, paintings and mixed media sculptures by Toni Schwarz, for the month of September. • Barmera Kindergarten, occasional care service, operates within the centre, Thursday and Friday mornings, 2 to 5 yr olds, 8.45am to 11.30am, for further information contact Barmera Kindergarten 85882210. Friday, September 3 • Barmera Community Market at Pioneer Park, Barmera, 8am – noon. Fresh fruit and vegetables, craft, herbs, hot food available. Phone 0428152235. Saturday, September 4 • Dimboola Show and Shine, Dimboola, two day swap meet, $15 entry for more information phone Steve 0400974836. • PS Industry, steaming to Lyrup, 9am, bbq lunch on lawns, returning to Renmark with Townsend’s bus. Devonshire morning tea. Bookings essential on 85866704. • Riverland Ballroom Dancing, Kingston social dance with pooled tea 6 to 9.30pm, dancing begins 7.30pm to 11.30pm. Phone Max and Jan Pearson 85893053. • Riverland Farmers Markets, 7.30am –11.30am, Crawford Tce, Berri. Phone 85824864. • We wish to invite everyone to an all night meditation event (Raen Sabai), Riverland 2010. Free food and refreshments (Langar). At Gurdwara Guru Gobind Singh ji, Old Sturt Highway, Glossop. 4pm – 5.30pm: Sri Sukhmani Sahib; 5.30 – 6pm: Rehraas Sahib; 6pm -6am: All night meditation and Kirtan. All welcome. Phone Nirmal Singh 0430529611. Sunday, September 5 • Jazz at “The Pines”, 1.30 to 4pm, 18 Henry Street, Loxton. Wine bar, afternoon tea, market stalls, children’s activities, treasure hunt and games. Adults $5 and Children under 14 $2.

Sunday, September 5

• Pacemakers Bingo, Sunday, 2pm, in aid of Ten Pin Bowling Club, at the Berri Resort Hotel. • Renmark to Lyrup with Townsend’s bus, leaving 10.30am to meet PS Industry, steaming back to Renmark, lunch on board. Devonshire afternoon tea. Bookings essential 85866704. Tuesday, September 7 • Loxton Neighbourhood Watch meeting, 7.30pm at Masonic Lodge, Rudolph Street, Loxton. All zone leaders, executive members and general public encouraged to attend. • Palms Bingo, Berri Club, eyes down 10.30am, in aid of Riverland Medical Transport. Phone Helen 85824618. • Rainbow Connection, Mental Health Activity and Resource Centre, 9-11 Seekamp Street, Berri. Drop in for a coffee and a chat 1pm to 4pm. • Renmark Kindergym sessions between 9.30am to 11.00am weekly. Located in Renmark Show Grounds. Phone Amanda 0418837673. • Riverland Gem and Mineral Club Inc, workshop in Glossop, 3pm to 5.30pm for more information and directions phone Dennis 85823430. Wednesday, September 8 • Rainbow Connection, Mental Health Activity and Resource Centre, 9-11 Seekamp Street, Berri. Annual General Meeting at 10am. Thursday, September 9 • CWCI, Coffee and Dessert Evening – “The Fragrance of Life”, Renmark Lutheran Hall, 46, 17th Street, Renmark. Cost $6. Speaker Jill Dyer.

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28 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 2, 2010

PROPERTIES

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BERRI, 17 Fenwick Road GREAT VIEWS AND LOCATION We are pleased to offer for sale at Public Auction, this well positioned property on Friday September 3rd 2010, at 11 a.m. on site. This home consists of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fully enclosed back yard, good amount of shedding and carports, outside entertaining Details: Sue Wurth Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

Open

Saturday September 4th 10.00 - 10.45am

Saturday September 4th 11.15 - 11.45pm

BERRI, 5/11 Coneybeer Street

BARMERA, Spiller Road

GREAT INVESTMENT

CHARACTER AND LAND

Upstairs one bedroom community titled unit featuring builtin robes in bedroom, open plan living kitchen/dining, partly furnished including fridge, 2 lounge chairs and double ensemble. Bathroom, undercover parking, split system. Tenanted at $135 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Price: $89,000

Open

Old stone home situated on 14 acres out of town. Home consists of 3 bedrooms, all carpeted. Large lounge with gas heating, carpeted and blinds. Open plan kitchen, dining and family room with wood fire and split system. Outdoor pergola, fully fenced. Price: $210,000 Internet: 3BCFD7

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

Saturday September 4th 12.00 - 12.30pm

55,000 $ Y B ED REDUC

Reduced BERRI, 6 Jarvis Street

BERRI, 8 Affleck Court

BERRI, 10 Derrick Street

STYLISH COURTYARD VILLA

WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO

PRIME LOCATION

This home has so much to offer. 3 large bedrooms, all with builtins and master with a walk-in robe and ensuite. Large open plan kitchen, dining and family room with glass sliding doors to back yard. Extremely large formal lounge. Price: $285,000 Internet: 361FD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Solid brick home in great location. 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, good sized lounge, high ceilings. Carport and shed. Low maintenance gardens. Presently tenanted. invest or retire.

Situated amongst other quality homes, this 3 bedroom villa has open plan living with kitchen meals area adjacent. Heating & cooling, built-ins, soft décor. Carport & garden shed. Suit investor/first home buyer. Price: $225,000 Internet: 374FD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Price: $230,000 Internet: 3AUFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

LOXTON, 14 Milich Court

LYRUP, Lot 1 Rupert Court

BERRI, 8 Coombe Street

EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE IN COURT POSITION

COMFORTABLE 3 BEDROOM HOME

GREAT HOME, GREAT LOCATION

Situated in court position, the home comprises 3 bedrooms, built-in robes in master, kitchen and separate lounge. Carport and shedding. Fully fenced back yard. Great investment or first home

Position, position! This three bedroom and teenage retreat home is in a great location. The property has been newly painted. Rear and side lane access. New shedding. Too many features to list! Great first home or upgrade.

Situated in a court position in new subdivision, this quality executive brick home has it all on a compact square block. Enter through the large hallway which opens out into huge living areas incorporating modern kitchen with stainless steel fittings Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304 Price: $375,000 Internet: 3AWFD7

Price: $170,000 Internet: 3AHFD7

Details: Iris Williams or Sue Wurth Ph: 85 822 744

Price: $165,000 Internet: 3ASFD7

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

R New Release LOXTON, Drabsch Street

BERRI, 74A & 74B Derrick Street

BERRI, 10 Viviancock Street

FOUR BRICK SHOPS PLUS LAND

TWO BRICK VILLAS

EXCELLENT HOME IN TOP LOCATION

An opportunity to purchase this commercial property and develop further. Three of the shops are leased, with one vacant – could be purchased with vacant possession if necessary. The land is ideal for permit parking, fronting Drabsch Street,close to main street.

These 3 bedroom villas are situated on Derrick Street and represents an opportunity to purchase now as an investment with both being tenanted on fixed term leases. Modern & spacious with carport and tiling throughout and garage u.m.r.

Brick & tiled family home in excellent condition featuring 3 good sized bedrooms all with built-ins. Open plan living areas incorporating kitchen, dining and family which are completely tiled. Centrally located bathroom with separate toilet.

Price: $315,000

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

Price: $450,000

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

Price: $210,000 Internet: 334FD7

Mobile: 0431

488 538

LAND

FOR LEASE

FOR LEASE

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

BARMERA, (LAND) 3 Wills Court GREAT PRICE, GREAT LOCATION Located in a quiet court is this great block of land. Larger than most at 987 s.m. Build your dream home now and save on the land price! Price: $52,500

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

BARMERA, Lot 72 brooke road .0787 ha. land. Corner allotment. Great spot for a new home, close to all facilities. This land is in a new subdivision with other quality homes.

BERRI

BERRI

LARGE WAREHOUSE PREMISES

FOR LEASE - SHOWROOM PREMISES

Located in Hughes Street, zoned industrial, large warehouse/ office/laboratory with kitchen. toilets etc. Approx. 4,000 s.m. an opportunity to purchase as vacant possession, car park available. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Prominent position in centre of business district of Berri. Approx. 2000 sq. m. Building incorporating showroom, offices, kitchen, toilet facilities. Suit supermarket, retail etc. Two street frontages. Available now.

RLA 1935

Price: $49,950

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

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

LOXTON, Lot 38 McEwan Drive 474 s.m. of land situated in prestigious subdivision close to river and town centre. Well located with power and water. Price: $59,000

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


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Adrienne’s frock salon business

RENTAL PROPERTIES BERRI PROPERTIES 26A KAY AVENUE

Price: $180

PW

19 TRENAMAN CRES

Price: $160

PW

3 WORMAN STREET

Price: $200

PW

Available September. Modern 2 bedroom spacious home, large kitchen, lounge and front entry, 2 living, 3 bathrooms, small yard.

3 bedroom renovated home close to river and shopping, split system, enclosed yard.

3 bedroom close to town, spacious kitchen and living. r/c air conditioning, enclosed yard and double carport.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

7 WORMAN STREET

Price:

170 PW

$

2 MUSCAT AVENUE

Price:

240 PW

$

49 COOPER STREET

Price: $190

PW

3 bedroom home, newly renovated, small enclosed yard, gas heating, carport and garaging.

3 bedroom home close to school, r/c a/c, carport, garden shed, back entertainment area and enclosed yard.

4 bedroom home on a corner position, spacious living, r/c a/c, small yard, carport.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

2/3 MCLEAN STREET

Price: $160

PW

2 bedroom spacious modern unit, r/c a/c, small garden, carport and garden shed. Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

3/11 CONEYBEER ST

Price:

10/11 CONEYBEER ST

Price: $135

PW

1 bedroom partly furnished unit one block from town centre, r/c, carport.

135 PW

23 FENWICK ROAD

2/97 15TH STREET

Price: $130

PW

Large & spacious 1 bedroom unit with bir, close to shops, r/c, enclosed yard & carport.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

$

RENMARK PROPERTIES

Price: $350

PW

Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

1 bedroom partly furnished unit one block from town centre, r/c, carport.

10A HISGROVE ROAD

Price: $300

PW

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

68A ZANTE ROAD

Price: $145

PW

Modern 2 bedroom unit close to medical centre, r/c, lock up garage, small back yard.

Avail. now. 4 bedroom home in desirable location of berri, 2 bathrooms, large living areas, carport, extra parking, wood heating, pool.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

5 AFFLECK COURT

Price: $350

PW

2/53 KAY AVENUE

Price: $145

PW

Executive 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with 2 living areas, large entertainment, spacious, r/c ducted, double garaging.

2 bedroom unit across from Plaza, split system air conditioning, heating, carport, small enclosed yard.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

3B ROSENTHAL DRIVE Price: $220 PW

MILLS ROAD

S

ITUATED on the corner of Wilson and Strawbridge Streets in the town centre of Berri. A perfect position for this well established 60 year business, which is only on the market because the business owner wishes to retire This is an opportunity to buy into this well known and popular business at a very reasonable price. Only $35,000 plus stock at valuation, about $80,000. At present new summer stock is arriving and the proprietor is clearing winter stock at half price. The proprietor will assist the new purchaser with managing clients and buying new stock. Well known brands sought after throughout the Riverland and Mallee, there is an opportunity to develop further through technology. This bright shop stocks a diversified type of clothing including suits, dresses, blouses, slacks, skirts, jackets, handbags, sleepwear and jewellery and a full display of the latest brands and trends in lingerie. Excellent fittings and fixtures including

changing rooms, small kitchen and facilities. The lease is negotiable or can transfer the existing lease. Good turnover figures available. Tired of working for a boss? Take control and work for yourself! Please call me if you wish to discuss the options that are available including time frame to purchase. This is a business trading 5½ days per week and could easily be run by one person plus one part time staff. Contact Iris Williams, 85 822 744, 0437 497 304. Price: $35,000 + SAV

3 bedroom modern home, 2 bathroom & walk in robe, large kitchen, dine & formal lounge. Carport & enclosed yard. Heating & cooling. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

GLOSSOP PROPERTIES 21B TURNBALL TCE

Price: $240

PW

Price: $260PW

3 bedroom home on land, desirable area, wide verandah with views of Berri, open shedding, garden shed. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

5/2 MORTIMER ROAD

Available 1.9.10. 3 bedroom modern brick home in top area of Berri, split system, small enclosed yard, garden shed and carport. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429 Price: $135

PW

2 bedroom unit, open living, split a/c, enclosed yard & carport.

Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

150 PW

2 bedroom neat & tidy unit, built-in robe in main, open plan living, carport, rear yard. Phone:85

Price: $175

822 744

822 744

MOOROOK PROPERTIES

PW

No pets. 2 bedroom home on land, walk-in robe, modern bathroom, open plan kitchen, dine & lounge, verandah, split system a/c. Phone:85

Newly built 3 bedroom home, walk-in robe & built-ins in all other bedrooms, two way bathroom with separate vanity area, large open plan living area, back verandah, garage, all modern fittings throughout. Phone:85

822 744

508 INGERSON ROAD 2/5 SULTANA STREET

Price:

$

4 GOGEL ROAD

Price: $150

PW

3 bedroom timber floor home, large living area, r/c air conditioning, enclosed yard. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

COMMERCIAL LEASING RENMARK

Large modern shop in arcade. Prominent position. r/c air conditioning, kitchen, storage. Parking. Suit retail etc. Rent & lease negotiable. Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

BARMERA PROPERTIES 3/12 RITCHIE STREET

Price: $180

PW

Available soon. 2 bedroom large homette, built-in robes, open plan living with plenty of room, enclosed rear yard, garden shed, Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

BERRI, 23 DENNY STREET

Approx 90 m2. Suit office or retail. R/c air/con, kitchen and toilet facilities. Long lease available. Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

22 WILSON STREET

Large bright shop, approx. 200 s.m. with kitchen & toilet facilities, evap. a/c. Suit retail etc. Rent and lease negotiable. Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

BERRI, DENNY STREET

Corner position. Refurbished shop premises, prominent position. Kitchen and toilet facilities. Available soon. Air conditioning, Reasonable rent. Lease negotiable. Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

BERRI, VAUGHAN TERRACE

10/41 QUEEN ELIZABETH DRIVE

1 bedroom unit, built-in robe, open plan living, shower only in bathroom, carport, r/c air conditioning. Price: $120 PW Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

9 FARMER STREET

Price: $145

PW

2 bedroom units in desirable location, large spacious living areas, built-in robe in main, r/c air conditioning, carport, Phone:85

822 744

LOXTON PROPERTIES 70 ALEPPO STREET

Price: $145

PW

Available Septemer. 3 bedroom brick home in quiet area, r/c, enclosed yard. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

30 KOKODA TERRACE

Approx. 1041 s.m. shop premises in prominent position. Showroom/office/ warehouse. Toilets, shower, lunch room. At present occupied as a retail tyre outlet. Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

RLA 1935

Price: $160

PW

Available 21/8/10. 3 bedroom home in good location, walk to shops, medical clinic, r/c carport, wide verandah, small shed. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Adrienne’s

STOCK

CLEARANCE Y L N O K C O T S WINTER


30 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 2, 2010

RLA 47936

WAIKERIE

$265,000

KANNI VIA LOWBANK

$190,000

RAMCO

$175,000

BIG, BLUE AND WAITING FOR YOU Approximately 680m² of ofďŹ ce space, storage and workshop area on a parcel of prime land with high exposure a short distance to Waikerie Town #ENTRE#USTOMERLOUNGE LARGESHOWROOM NUMEROUSOFlCESANDTOILET facilities available. Large workshop area and storage space complete with outside undercover work bay, verandah and plenty of room for CUSTOMERCARPARKING#ALLNOWTOARRANGEAPERSONALINSPECTION

WAIKERIE

$169,990

RARE OPPORTUNITY

WAIKERIE

CENTRALLY LOCATED BRICK HOME #LOSE TO -AIN 3TREET -EDICAL FACILITIES SCHOOLS AND SPORTING FACILITIES set on 961m2 block. Fourth bedroom or ofďŹ ce available depending on individual needs. Large shed with concrete oor, lights and power provides numerous opportunities. Ample under-cover parking behind the security of a remote controlled roller door. Fully enclosed rear yard.

s.EW,ISTINGSs WAIKERIE

$207,950

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED COTTAGE HOME 2 Bedroom Home on 1012m2 level block, located close to the River and walking distance to main street. Renovated inside with polished oor boards, updated kitchen and bathroom. Polished oorboards throughout living areas and bedrooms. Numerous options available - ideal ďŹ rst home, investment, holiday home or base for those who wish to travel.

WAIKERIE

$174,000

$219,950

RIVER VIEWS 0OTENTIAL (OME 3ITE M 6ACANT LAND AVAILABLE AT 'OOD (OPE ,ANDING 0EACEFUL SOUGHT AFTER AREA WITH 2IVER 6IEWS AVAILABLE FROM above the cliff where your dream home can be constructed. Phone and %LECTRICITYSERVICESNEARBY)NSPECTNOW

MORGAN

$119,900

/FTEN WE MISS OPPORTUNITIES TO advance our lives, decisions we have regretted, chances we should have taken. Here is one such chance - a chance to own this fantastic building in an elite locale. 1450m2 of prime land with VIEWS TO THE RIVER A  X M 3TEEL framed shed with power, water and bathroom all only a short distance to the shops, boat ramp and waterfront activities. They are not making anymore land so stake your claim today.

SUNLANDS

HOGWASH

$259,000

OXFORD LANDING RIVER VIEWS AND NEAR ACCESS 16.8ha (41.5 acres) of elevated mostly irrigated land with private irrigation pump drawing direct from the Murray and planted to approx 12 acres of cab sav, 7 acres of merlot together with 5.5 acres OF CITRUS 3UBSTANTIAL  BEDROOM home in an elevated position to provide grand views, ample shedding and cool room suitable for a variety of uses.

WAIKERIE

$109,500

AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE Houses at this price are scarce when you consider what is on OFFER M2 or almost an acre of Freehold land with a very tidy 2 bedroom reverse cycle air conditioned home with an upgraded bathroom and laundry. Relax under the front verandah, lock the car in the recently erected garage or head to the golf club for round of golf- your choice.

WAIKERIE

FROM$45,000

EASY CARE EXECUTIVE LIVING

A GREAT DEAL SWEETER

Located in arguably Waikerie’s PREMIER RESIDENTIAL AREA 3INGLE storey, three bedroom townhouse. Fully enclosed low maintenance yard complete with large pergola area ideal for entertaining and enjoying outdoor living. )MPRESS YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY WITHYOURNEWADDRESS#ALLNOW to inspect.

Arguably the best value land in the Riverland is on offer. These serviced allotments vary from 4120 m2 to 4671m2. Build your house or invest for the future. Prices from $45,000. Get in early.

WAIKERIE

$136,500

QUALITY BRICK TOWNHOUSE #ONSISTING OF A LARGE OPEN LIVING lounge, dining and modern kitchen area. Two large bedrooms, modern bathroom, separate toilet and walk through laundry together with a lock up garage under main roof, split system air conditioning and low maintenance garden. Quiet location within easy walking distance of shops, schools and medical care.

FROM$140,000

s3PECIALSs WAIKERIE

$121,000

reduced to

$115,000 - 119,000 SOMETHING GOOD, SOMETHING AFFORDABLE An exciting opportunity to acquire A QUAINT  BEDROOM COTTAGE WITH formal lounge and open plan KITCHENAREA/UTDOORENTERTAINING is a breeze with the large paved pergola area which looks out over the spacious rear yard with rear land access all within walking distance to shops, riverfront and schools.

MORGAN

$64,900

CHEAP AND CHEERFUL 3ETONAROUNDžACREOFLANDNEAR Morgan is a quaint little shack supplied with power and water. The reverse cycle air conditioning really helps with hot and hazy SUMMER NIGHTS )F THE NIGHTS ARE WAIKERIE LIFESTYLE VILLAGE cool then, how do you cool off and Stage 1 now selling (19 homes) Priced from $140,000 to $150,000 RELAXDURINGTHEDAY3IMPLEnYOU &REE REVERSE CYCLE AIR CON FOR THE lRST  HOMES PURCHASED s 4ALK TO keep cool with consented access OUR SALES STAFF NOW TO RESERVE YOUR FAVOURITE SITE s 2ETAIN ALL CAPITAL to a permanent lagoon - swim, ski APPRECIATION WHEN YOU SELL s 3ECURE ENVIRONMENT WHILE YOU ARE ON or relax in Peace & Quiet. HOLIDAYS s )NDEPENDENT LIVING s #HOICE OF  DESIGNS AND DECORATING OPTIONSs-OVEINWITHINWEEKSFROMORDERs2ECREATIONALANDLEISURE $239,500 FACILITIESs3HORTWALKTOTHERIVERANDFAUNAPARKs#ARPORTANDVERANDAH WAIKERIE INCLUDED s /NSITE VISITOR PARKING AND PLAYGROUND FOR THE GRANDCHILDREN LOTS OF ROOM TO MOVE s/NSITECARAVANSTORAGE Want to live within approximately KMSOF7AIKERIE,ARGEBEDROOM HOME ON  ACRES WITH A LARGE array of sheds. Family room or fourth bedroom provides additional options. Added bonus of a separate one bedroom fully self contained cottage which could be rented out or provide guest accommodation. Property requires some updating but the rewards are there to be had. )DEALLOCATIONFORCOUNTRYLIVINGWITH plenty of room to move.

s7!.4%$s LAND WAIKERIE OR MORGAN &IVE!CRES5PWARDSOF)RRIGATION land either vacant or with a good quality home within 10km of Waikerie or Morgan.

PH. (08) 8541 2777

$145,000

AMPLE ROOM TO MOVE

3OLID  BEDROOM HOME PLUS A sleepout on a good sized fully fenced corner block in a great location. Kitchen and dining area is central within the home. An ofďŹ ce or children’s playroom is located off the dining area. Property provides various options – rental property, ďŹ rst home or a home for those looking to move into town to a smaller home.

WATER AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

GOOD HOPE LANDING

Four Bedroom home located 2.5kms from Waikerie on 1.949ha (4.82 acres) Main Bedroom has built in robes, formal dining, combustion heated lounge, Entertaining area, 12m x 6m shed. Properties like this don’t come along very often – be quick.

CORNER HOME, GREAT LOCATION

3ET ONLY METRES BACK FROM THE is the ideal weekend River WAIKERIE $120,000 River Retreat or Getaway. This quaint COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ground level cottage has numerous INVESTMENT endearing features from the open 3HOWING A NET RETURN OF plan combustion heated kitchen, 8.8% with a very long term dining, lounge to the upstairs COMMERCIALLEASEUNTIL WITH bunkhouse. There is a lockable a 5 year right of renewal. This is garage, carport and room to store a very low maintenance building your boat although being this close on a huge 1915m2 corner to the boat ramp it will be in the allotment. Would compare very water more than its on your trailer. favourably against a residential These properties rarely come up so investment. do not delay.

WAIKERIE

$289,500

DON’T MISS THE BOAT

BLANCHETOWN $239,900

QUALITY AND CHARACTER HOME - HAND IN HAND

3ETAWAYINATRANQUILSETTINGWITHNODIRECTNEIGHBOURSISARAREOPPORTUNITY An amazing home on a large block only minutes to the river - sounds TOACQUIREHAORAPPROXACRESORARABLELAND4HEPROPERTYFEATURES good? There is too much on offer to tell you about - you will need to a modest 4 bedroom brick home with outdoor games room, carport and inspect this one to appreciate it. GARAGE3ETAPPROXKMSSOUTHEASTOF7AIKERIE

www.marschallďŹ 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 September 2, 2010 – Riverland Weekly • 31

RLA 47936

LOWBANK

$179,500

YOUR PERFECT HIDEAWAY Four bedroom solid construction HOME3ITUATEDONALARGEM2 allotment with no close domestic neighbours. Approx 5 mins drive to Waikerie Township and short drive to River Murray Reserve. /THER FEATURES INCLUDE M X 4.8m lock up garage with lights and power and all steel carport and  GALLONRAINWATERSTORAGE

HD OF EBA

$48,990

URGENT SALE Rural Escape — Enticing 4.85 Ha or 12 acres of fenced rural land only minutes from the river with three sheds, just add solar power, %NVIRO#YCLE AND RAIN WATER tanks on this exceptional value property. 12 Acres and your Dream (OME3ENSATIONAL6ALUE

WAIKERIE

$127,500

RENT IS DEAD – GET AHEAD

WAIKERIE

$53,950

STAKE YOUR CLAIM Located only a short drive to the Waikerie Township and the riverfront at Holder is the ideal campsite or development opportunity. With 4000m2 or approximately an acre of Freehold land with good fences and water available. All you need to do is to inspect it for yourself.

BLANCHETOWN $45,990 EA HOLIDAY ALTERNATIVE When you look for something you never ďŹ nd it, until now. Three level and vacant blocks of land in Blanchetown only a short drive to the river. Perfect for just about any development you could imagine. All have Freehold Titles and front a sealed road.

We all know rent money is dead money, so why keep throwing good money after bad? Break the cycle and this is the perfect property to do it with. Located within quick walking distance of the main shopping precinct and schools, it is the perfect family home for ďŹ rst home buyers like YOU 3PORTING NO LESS THAN THREE bedrooms, undercover parking room and lock up shedding. This is well worth the price.

WAIKERIE

$139,990

COTTAGE HOME CLOSE TO TOWN 4WOBEDROOMCOTTAGEONAM fully fenced yard situated within WALKING DISTANCE TO -AIN 3TREET 3LOW COMBUSTION HEATER IN LOUNGE will keep the chill at bay. Large shed with access from rear lane suitable FOR STORAGE OR WORKSHOP #OSY cottage home ready for inspection at a time to suit you.

WAIKERIE

$219,000

NEWCOMER A less than two year old steel framed home on an acre of land near Waikerie is really turning HEADS 7ITH A HP REVERSE CYCLE split system air conditioner servicing the four bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, the home is a sight to see. But alongside the home is a 4.5m x 6m shed with a concrete oor and three phase power. 3EE WHAT ALL THE FUSS IS ABOUT call today.

MORGAN

$209,900

FAMILY FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVE This beautifully presented family home is set amongst some of the best gardens on offer. The three bedroom home has a central kitchen, dining area and a separate large combustion heated lounge. Lockable garage, carport and caravan port with easy access - add to the appeal. Focus on this home you will not be disappointed.

MORGAN

$74,950

MONASH

FREEHOLD LAND, CLOSE TO RIVER

NATURE AT IT’S BEST 7ITH APPROXIMATELY  ACRES OF gorgeous natural scrub, you’ll be able to ďŹ nd the perfect spot to build your own secluded hide AWAY /NLY A FEW MINUTES FROM Berri and Monash, your privacy is still guaranteed.

2.25Ha (5.5 acres) of land with a great mix of mallee and river red gums, fronting a main sealed road. )DEAL LOCATION FOR CAMPING ONLY KMS FROM -ORGAN 3IT AROUND the camp ďŹ re and enjoy your OWN PIECE OF !USTRALIA  SMALL sheds on property provide toilet, bush shower and storage shed. 2 rainwater tanks provide drinking water. Power and telephone lines run along the top of the block. Located 400 metres from the property is access to the river via a River Reserve with no public access. Phone our ofďŹ ce to arrange an inspection. Potential to BUILDAHOME34#!

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BREATH TAKING VIEWS Breath taking views and access to the River Murray makes this home a logical choice for the home buyer who is looking for a LARGE M ALLOTMENT IN A QUIET area and offering open plan living, two bathrooms, huge undercover entertaining area, ample shedding and shade area.

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Unlikely to be matched for the quality on offer with this price tag. A deceiving home whose beauty can only be appreciated when you STEP INSIDE THE FRONT DOOR /PEN plan living at its best with easy to all living zones including CADELL $399,000 access the outdoor entertaining areas. All the bedrooms are thoughtfully RIVERFRONTAGE MADE EASY An affordable entry level shack decorated and well laid out. Rarely WITH  BEDROOMS OPEN PLAN LIVING do homes have bathrooms this and a sandy ski beach. There is a large or as well presented. The licence for a jetty that is long gone, attention to detail is impressive a lockable shed and easy access as is the location, only minutes to town and the riverfront. to the boat ramp.

THINK ABOUT THIS Enjoy the morning in the custom built kitchen dining area or relax in the spacious lounge with enviable water views or head to your own ski beach for a swim, some ďŹ shing or water skiing. The 10Ha or 24 acres of land provides the perfect spot to keep some animals or useable for recreational pursuits. There is no shortage of shedding for cars, boats or bikes– it’s your choice. Don’t wait too long as this one may not wait for you.

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 BEDROOM HOME OF SOLID construction located in a quiet street amongst similar homes. Home has been updated internally. Family room is the ideal spot for the kids to play while you can concentrate in the ofďŹ ce located at the rear of the home. Keep the summer heat at bay with Fujitsu reverse cycle ducted air conditioner. Rear lane access to shed with concrete oor, lights and power.

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WHY KEEP RENTING? When you may be able to purchase this comfortable three bedroom brick veneer home from as little as $1,000 deposit and your repayments will be the same or less than many people pay in rent? /NALARGEFENCEDALLOTMENTANDIN a surprisingly good condition for a home at this price, be quick, talk to our sales staff about this one and how you can ďŹ nance it.

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32 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 2, 2010 Keeping a short and sharp eye on what’s happening around the Riverland and Mallee

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Lucy prepares for Great Escape

■AMBITIOUS: Morgan resident Lucy Fry is attempting to raise $7000 for cystic fibrosis as part of this year’s Great Escape. Photo: BRAD PERRY

A MORGAN resident is looking to raise at least $7000 for cystic fibrosis as part of this year’s Great Escape car rally. Lucy, her brother Ken and daughter Claire, are collecting money for the cause. The Great Escape is a motoring event that travels to all parts of South Australia and will travel through Morgan on September 15. Ms Fry is calling on the community to donate money through donations, raffles and community event nights. If you wish to donate money, visit the Morgan Highway Service Station or visit www.everydayhero.com.au/lucy_fry.

■CALENDAR LAUNCH: The 2011 Images of the Riverland Calendar was launched at Cragg’s Creek Cafe, Berri, last week and present for the occasion were Berri Lion’s Club’s Allan Dand and Terry Kearney, Mary McKillop Care SA Ltd chief executive Marcia Fisher, photographer Italo Vardaro, printer Bill Vlemmix and Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone.

Call for Rural Women’s Award nominations THE State Government is encouraging local women to enter the Rural Industry Research Development Corporation’s Rural Women’s Award. The award is open to all women in agriculture, forestry and natural resource management services and the successful candidate will receive $10,000. Applications are open until October 15 and you can visit www.ruralwomensaward.gov.au for more information.

Lynn’s award nomination LOXTON’S Lynn Schmaal is another local person nominated for the South Australian Community Achievement Awards.

Lynn joins her niece Donna Manuel in being nominated for the awards. Award nominations have now closed but Lynn and Donna will find out if they’ve won their categories at a presentation night in Adelaide in November. Lynn has been nominated in the community achievement section of the awards.

Literacy & Numeracy Week LITERACY and Numeracy Week is currently in full swing, with Loxton North and Winkie kindergartens joining together for different celebratory activities. Loxton North Kindergarten visit-

ed Winkie on Tuesday, while Winkie students will return the favour today. Loxton North Kindergarten director Joy Klein said the kindies have participated in the initiative before and it helps broaden students’ friendship circles and develops social skills.

Charity fun BERRI’S Regional Childcare Centre had a fun day for a cause recently with staff members dressing up to raise funds for charity. The centre raised $132 for the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute through parent and staff donations. The institute is the largest ■COLOURFUL: Taking part in the fundraiser for charity at Berri’s Regional child health research organisation Childcare Centre recently were staff members Nat (Harry Potter), Nicole (Minnie in Australia. Mouse), Cassie (fairy), Hannah (fairy), Skye (Upsy Daisy) and Cassie (hula girl).

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totalled 2.68 million. TMC has calculated that these vehicles have led to approximately 15 million fewer tonnes of carbon-dioxide emissions (13.61 million tonnes) being emitted. Measured at sea level, that quantity of CO2 equates to more than 7.28 billion cubic metres of gases. Rather than imagining a massive equatorial container, that amount of CO2 would fill the 1.7 million cubic metres of the Melbourne Cricket Ground at least 4285 times. That’s once a week for more than 82 years. Alternatively, it would blanket 90 per cent of NSW to a depth of one centimetre - or

envelop Victoria and Tasmania with a 2.2cm covering. TMC says its data is based on calculating the number of registered vehicles multiplied by (“x”) distance travelled x the official fuel-efficiency rating in each country or region x CO2 conversion factor. Toyota has been selling hybrid vehicles since 1997 and last year sold more than 500,000 in a single year for the first time. Prius is Toyota’s, and the world’s, best-selling hybrid with cumulative sales fast approaching two million, including more than 15,000 in Australia. In Japan, where Toyota has sold more than one million hybrids, Prius has been the country’s best-selling car for 15

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Race against the clock in off-road fashion MAN and machine against the elements and the clock, that is what it is all about for former Barmera resident John Schultz. The catalyst for John to head off-road racing was attending the 1984 national off road titles in Waikerie as a spectator. He says, “it’s the ultimate way to go racing. It’s you, your skills and your machine racing the elements which change every lap you complete. If you make a mistake, there’s no-one else to blame”. John raced locally and occasionally interstate from the mid 80s through to the late 90s before deciding to stop and spend more time with family and mortgage duties. During that time he had a go at dirt kart racing, which helped to fill the void slightly. In 2009 the opportunity came along to purchase a reasonably competitive off-road racing truck so John could not resist and a deal was struck. Known as a Bennett Truck, it was built by Richard Bennett in Adelaide in 2002 and sold as a roller to Ron Milton in Queensland. Ron fitted the running gear and raced for a few years, then sold it to a new owner from Warrnambool in Victoria and then in 2007, it was sold again to another racer, from Barham in NSW, until John purchased it in 2009. In the seven years prior to 2009, it had only been raced a total of 26 times. However, since John has owned it, nine races have already been completed. So what makes this truck

■ DIRT DEMON: Barmera’s John Schultz began off-road racing after attending the 1984 national titles in Waikerie as a spectator. Photo: SUPPLIED “tuff”? The chassis is a space frame construction with the front suspension consisting of Toyota Hilux uprights, brakes and rotors held together by double A arm wishbones that allow 24” of wheel travel. Looking after the bumps are 4 x 12” Aushocks. At the rear is a Nissan Patrol diff and rear brakes held in place with a three link multi-link suspension that has hydraulic bump stops and 2 x 12” and 2 x 14” Aushocks. The engine is a 2001 5.7ltr Chev LS1 V8 with custom exhaust and a motec engine management

system and the gearbox is a full manual shift Turbo 400 automatic. The engine is set back into the cabin about its full length to give better weight distribution and the radiator is mounted up high behind the driver and navigator. Apart from the obvious, which is to provide a better air flow, there is no room at the front, with all the suspension mounting points and travel distance, plus it is away from the dust and debris that may influence cooling. The body panels are all fibreglass and based on a combination

of Holden Rodeo and Toyota Hilux and the wheels are ROH alloy off-road mags, 15 x 7 on the front running B F Goodrich T/A Radials 33x10.5x15 and 15 x 8 on the back with Mickey Thompson MTZ Radials 35x12.5x15. On the inside, driver comfort is not important, it is all about practicality. The momo racing seats are mounted either side of the transmission and fitted with five point racing harnesses, while the very basic dash has a minimum of gauges and a simple shift light that indicates when to change gears.

There is a fresh air supply for both helmets and an internal communications system so directions between the driver and navigator are clearly understood. The truck has a potential top speed of about 195kph, returns 1.75 litres per kilometre economy out of its 145 litre capacity fuel tank and is fitted with a mandatory UHF radio in case of breakdowns or other emergencies. The truck is raced in the extreme two wheel drive class and is currently rated easily in the top five in this class across Australia. Since John has owned the truck, it has won its class at every event he has finished and his best result would be the Parilla meeting in May this year, where he was first in class and second outright. John wants to keep racing while he enjoys it and competing locally, in South Australia and in more national events where he can. As for changes, he believes the truck is basically developed to its maximum potential. The temptation is to modify the engine and make it go faster but that may be to the detriment of other parts, so for now, he wants to leave it alone and race hard. When I asked about other vehicles he would like to own, the answer was, “there’s another prominent off-road racing truck that’s painted black and lives in Renmark that I wouldn’t mind getting my hands on. “It has a big reputation and goes real hard.” Of course, he was referring to Brad Gallard’s truck.

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08 MITSUBISHI LANCER VRX SEDAN 2.4L CVT auto, 6 airbags, 17” Alloys, tint, S142AHI $20990 04 TW MAGNA SEDAN 3.5L V6, 5 speed transmission XRW013 (was $10,990, SAVE $1,000) $9990 03 TJ MAGNA WAGON, 3.5L V6, tiptronic auto, cruise very clean, XBJ402 $9990 03 ES LANCER SEDAN, 2L Manual, aircon, alloys, bodykit, Dark blue XPP597 (was $14,990, SAVE $2,000) $12990 03 MITSUBISHI FTO COUPE, 3L V6 auto, 17” Alloys, very attractive sports car with low K’s XOW915 $11990 03 TJ MAGNA ES SEDAN. 3.5lt, V6, auto, only 80000km’s one owner WQY179(was $11,990, SAVE $1,000) $10990 02 PAJERO EXCEED LWB WAGON. 3.8lt, V6, auto, dual fuel, nudgebar, towbar, leather trim, dual zone a/c, low km’s for age, WUI916 $28990

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97 TOYOTA COROLLA SEDAN, auto, a/c, p/steer,

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04 HYUNDAI SONATA SEDAN, auto, aircon, one owner ,

luxury motoring XAL420 $10990 01 ACCENT 3 Door GS Sports Hatchback 1.5L alloys, spoiler, Yellow BB531J (was $7990, SAVE $2,000) $5990

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02 NISSAN NAVARA 4X4 DUALCAB 3lt turbo diesel,

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APPLETON, Laurel. 19/10/1922 – 24/8/10. LOOKING for an A memorial service original gift idea? Why conducted by Reverend not get a portrait or Rob Stone, to celebrate the caricature drawn of life of Laurel will be held that special someone? at the Barmera Uniting Phone 048178116. Church on Wednesday, TANK lining. Leaking September 8, at 11am. concrete and iron water For Sale tanks lined with Fibreglass onsite. All areas, contact Pete Headlam 08 87648131. BOAT – Camero Nordic Mk11, 308 holden motor, training boom bar attachment, tournament speedo, 160 hours since motor rebuild, brown and beige met, duco, Camero trailer, ex cond, $12500 ono. Phone 0439014820. CARAVAN, 1991, 12ft poptop, island bed, new fridge, hd tyres, front storage bin, annexe, reg till December, 2010. Price $8000 ono. Phone 85821137 or 0409079190. HAY Oaten, lucerne, triticale, large round rolls, can deliver. Phone 0418615099.

FORD Falcon 2 door HOUSE for 1-2 people and coupe, 72 to 76, XA, XB, small clean dog, on month XC. Phone 0434510979. to month basis. Barmera, KOM, Moorook or TRUCK manuals, car surrounding areas. Must manuals, earthmoving have heating/cooling, manuals. Both service furnished or unfurnished. manuals and user From approx mid October. manuals, single items or Phone 85839112. collections, new or used, top prices paid. Phone 0408618294.

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.

NEW instock, 8000w electric start generator, special price $1049; 5.5hp water transfer pump 3’ $297; 900kg folding engine stand with wheels special price $149. Joll Engineering and Retail Garage Sales Sales, cnr Vasey Road and Sturt Highway, Waikerie. ALAWOONA, cnr Phone 85412411. Karoonda Highway and PRIVATE sale, Loxton, Billiatt Road, opposite newly renovated four institute, September 4 bedroom family home, and 5, 8.30am. Kitchen floating timber floors, two appliances; new above bathrooms, huge yard, ground swimming pool; 18x7m shed plus bbq oak QS bed base; Massey area. 1700 Bookpurnong Fergusson tractor and Road. Homesales.com.au. Phone Josh 0439664858 much more. or Michelle 0428844890. CRAFT household goods SIX purebred Golden and bric-a-brac, 7 Verrall Retriever pups, home Crescent, Berri, (next to raised, six weeks Gardners Radio). Every old, parent available Saturday morning, 8am for viewing, weened, to 1pm. vacc, etc. $750 each. Phone 0427777014 or GLOSSOP, 230 Dalziel Road,Saturday,September 0438953367. 4, 9am to 5pm. STRAW rolls and small square bales for JUMBLE sale! Clothing, feed or mulch. Phone bric-a-brac, books and furniture 9 to 11am, 0417811291. Saturday, September Motor Vehicles 4. Salvation Army, 1976 CHRYSLER 105 Renmark Avenue, Gallant, auto, one owner, Renmark. 190,000kms, completely To let overhauled 130,000kms. Best offer by Wednesday, BETWEEN Morgan and Sept 8 at 4pm. Phone Cadell, two bedroom 85882543. farm cottage, air cond, no Services pets, $140pw, furniture negotiable. Phone CAR DETAILING 0417844845. For any car cleaning needs, from a wash OFFICES – Consulting to an upholstery rooms located at 2A shampoo, a cut and polish or a full detail, Para Street, Renmark adjacent contact Albanese Auto Riverfront, Repairs and Detailing Riverview CafÊ. Ready to on 85863355 Lot occupy or convert to other 12 Tarcoola Street, use. Enquiries to Roger Renmark. Yates 0407612427.

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS PROGRAM Round 1 of the 2010/11 Community Development Grants are now open! Want to know more? Why not attend one of our free Workshops. • Thursday, September 9, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, Barmera Library, Barwell Ave, Barmera • Tuesday, September 14, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, Len Mahoney Room, Berri Town Hall, Wilson Street, Berri Community Development Grants Program kits are available from Council’s ofďŹ ces at 19 Wilson Street, Berri, the Library and Information Centre, Kay Avenue, Berri, the Barmera Library and Customer Service Centre, Barwell Avenue, Barmera or from www.berribarmera.sa.gov.au.

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Duties include taking responsibility for all organisational and clerical functions regarding patient care including assisting with clinical examinations and reports. Previous service industry and general office administration experience is desirable. Computer skills, the ability to multi-task and learn new procedures quickly would be key assets. A professional telephone manner is a prerequisite. Occasional national weekend travel is required for training purposes.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS 2010 Eligible persons are invited to nominate for the nine (9) member Council. Vacancy details are:Bews Ward 5 Kelly Scales Ward 4 Details of the revised ward boundaries are available at both ofďŹ ces of Council. Nominations are to be lodged between Tuesday September 7 and 12 noon Tuesday September 21, 2010. A briefing session for interested candidates will be held:7.00pm on Wednesday September 8, 2010 Council Chambers, Railway Tce North, Lameroo Nomination kits and forms are available from either Council ofďŹ ce. A nomination form must be accompanied with a candidate proďŹ le not exceeding 150 words. A candidate may also submit a recent passport size photograph, predominantly head and shoulders, taken within the previous 12 months. If more than the required number of nominations are received for any vacancy, a postal ballot election will be conducted with the return of postal ballot papers to reach the Returning OfďŹ cer no later than 5.00pm Friday November 12, 2010. For further information on either the nomination process or the election, contact Sheryn Bennier on 85778002. For general information relating to Council please contact either ofďŹ ce 85778002 (Pinnaroo) or 85763002 (Lameroo) or visit the Council website:www.southernmallee.sa.gov.au. Rod Ralph CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

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FARM HAND/ CROPPING MANAGER Located in the heart of one of Australia’s most versatile cropping districts, Blacksell Farms is a vertically integrated dry land cereal producer with state of the art equipment that utilises PA to enhance its productivity. Blacksell Farms employs a paddock to processor strategy, involving on farm storage and handling, cleaning and transport to supply long term markets. We require an enthusiastic and self motivated person to assist in all facets of the enterprise. Demonstrated experience with broad acre minimum tillage cereal production systems, utilising PA is preferred. A current Chemcert accreditation, HC licence and a general knowledge of OH&S principles applicable in the agricultural industry is also preferred. On the job training will be provided to further enhance the right applicant’s already existing skill set. Position objectives include: s Increasing the business’ productivity s Maximising the quality and value of all output s Assisting to enhance further business opportunities This is a permanent position and a remuneration package commensurate with the applicant’s experience and ability will be available, including a vehicle and house if required. Applications, stating relevant qualifications and experience close October 15, 2010 and should be addressed to: blacksellfarms@bigpond.com Corey Blacksell PO Box 131 Pinnaroo SA 5304

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Waikerie Irrigation Trust District Central Irrigation Trust at Barmera advises all customers in the Waikerie Irrigation Trust district that the Waikerie irrigation tank serving the district is to be cleaned on Thursday 9th September 2010 The tank will be cleaned between the hours of 8.00am and 4.00pm and water will not be available during that time. We regret any inconvenience this causes. If you have any enquiries please contact the office on telephone 8580 7100. Mark Neumann Senior Operator Major Plant

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Life Without Barriers is a not-for-profit organisation providing innovative community based services to promote, support and enhance independence and well-being for children, young people and adults with disabilities, mental health issues and/or living in crisis.

The following roles are full-time and permanent positions and we offer attractive remuneration packages including salary packaging options.

Operations Manager, Riverland job ref no 2010/53 Apply your experience by effectively managing budgetary, team and program responsibilities across community based accommodation and outreach services for children and adults in a broad geographical region. Ensuring culturally respectful and meaningful services and positive relationships with local communities continue to develop. Flexibility and travel throughout the country region will be required. Contact: Cindy Turner, Area Operations Manager, Mental Health and Country Services on 0438 592 505.

Team Leader, Riverland job ref no 2010/54 Provide on the ground leadership, practice supervision and coordination of LWB support staff in the area and ensure the development and implementation of evidence based programs and/or services meet best practice standards. Experience in the Mental Health sector, flexibility and travel throughout our country regions will be required. Contact: Louise Vidal, Manager Country Services South on 0438 592 282. Applications close: Monday 5pm, 13th September 2010 Please visit our website at www.lwb.org.au or email HRinfoSA@lwb.org.au to obtain a job description. Quote job ref no, address the selection criteria in the job description and submit your resume to HRinfoSA@lwb.org.au or post to Human Resources, Life Without Barriers, 360 Richmond Rd, Netley, 5037

Leading Edge Telecoms is the business and retail telecommunications market leader in the Riverland.

Due to increasing demand for our services, we are expanding our workforce and seek suitable applicants for the following positions: s2ETAIL3ALES#ONSULTANT&ULL4IME s!DMINISTRATION!SSISTANT0ART4IMEDAYSPERWEEK s!PPRENTICE4ELECOMMUNICATIONS4ECHNICIAN 9OURAPPLICATIONMUSTINCLUDEAHAND WRITTENCOVERLETTERAND YOURRESUMESHOULDPROVIDEDETAILSOFWORKHISTORYRELEVANTTOTHE POSITIONSWHEREAPPLICABLE  Job speciďŹ cations are available: PLEASEEMAILJOBS LETRIVERLANDCOMTOREQUESTACOPY Forward your application to: LEADING EDGE TELECOMS Attn: Mrs Kerrin Williams 24 Kay Avenue, Berri SA 5343

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Changing the way we treat people With billions committed to transforming health into the sustainable system we all know it needs to be, we’re changing the way we do many things. This is a big, revolutionary step for us, and a meaningful but necessary one for the people we treat. All we need now is you to help make it happen. EXPERTS BY EXPERIENCE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT OFFICER Country Health SA, location negotiable Indicative Total Remuneration: $62,181 - $65,020 (pro rata) – Perm P/T (45 hrs p/fn) – ASO4 You will assist in developing mental health services for country people which support and promote consumer, carer and community involvement. Supported by the Senior Project OfďŹ cer, you will plan and implement projects, building partnerships with other staff and agencies. Applicants must have a “livedâ€? experience and be aware of key issues of importance to mental health consumers and carers. Job Ref: 5397. For more information visit:

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4.00 Catalyst 4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Elements 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Partners In Crime 1.30 Collectors 2.00 Waterloo Road

3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Grand Designs Revisited 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Visions Of The Future 9.35 Music Instinct 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business 11.35 Latin Music USA 12.30 Movie: Red Shoes

5.30 The Cook And The Chef 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 6.00 Poh's Kitchen 6.25 Scrapheap Challenge 7.20 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.40 The Colbert Report 8.00 Spicks And Specks 8.30 Gruen Transfer 9.05 Horne And Corden

9.35 Gary: Tank Commander: Corporal Gary McLintoch returns from Iraq to the Barracks, and offers his unique insights into both worlds. 10.05 Harry And Paul 10.35 Tracey Ullman's State Of The Union 11.00 Little Miss Jocelyn 11.30 Race Relations 12.00 Ideal

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Murder At My Door 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’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 X Factor 8.30 How I Met Your Mother 9.30 Criminal Minds 10.30 Ghost Whisperer 11.30 American Dad 12.00 Win News 12.30 The Matty Johns Show 1.30 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 Getaway 8.30 Cops L.A.C. 9.30 The Footy Show 11.15 Nine News 11.45 The Footy Show Late 1.30 ET 2.00 Guthy Renker 3.00 Danoz 3.30 GMA

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’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 Dharma & Greg 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 Bondi Vet 8.00 Recruits 8.30 Rush 9.30 Burn Notice 10.30 Ten News 11.00 Netball Test Series: New Zealand v Australia 1.00 The Late Show 2.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Food Lovers' Guide To Australia 1.30 The Forbidden City 2.30 Dateline 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers

6.30 World News 7.30 Food Safari 8.00 Luke Nguyen's Vietnam 8.30 Heston's Feasts 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: Out Of The Blue (New Zealand): Karl Urban and Lois Lawn 11.50 Movie: The Unforgiven (Korea): Ha Jeong-Woo 2.05 Weatherwatch

Friday 3rd

SBS

4.00 Can We Help? 4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Catalyst 11.30 New Inventors 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Enough Rope 1.30 East Of

Everything 2.30 Spicks And Specks 3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Meerkat Manor 6.30 Can We Help? 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Stateline 8.00 Collectors 8.30 Waking The Dead 10.10 Lateline 10.55 The IT Crowd 11.20 Gruen Transfer 11.50 rage

5.30 The Cook And The Chef 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.05 Children’s Programs 6.00 The Fabulous Beekman Boys 6.25 Scrapheap Challenge 7.20 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.40 The Colbert Report

8.00 The Worst Week Of My Life 8.30 Life On Mars: A girl gets caught in the crossfire when Sam takes on a gangster. 9.30 Breaking Bad 10.20 Seven Ages Of Rock 11.10 jtv Live 12.10 Planet Rock Profiles 12.35 The Graham Norton Show

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three: Walter Matthau 2.30 Home Improvement 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’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 AFL: Geelong v St. Kilda 11.00 Movie: Invincible: Mark Wahlberg and Greg Kinnear 1.10 Heroes 3.00 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 7.30 The Crows Club Champion 2010 7.32 Customs 8.02 Motorway Patrol 8.32 The Crows Club Champion 2010 8.34 Movie: Ocean's Thirteen 11.13 Embarrassing Bodies

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’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 Dharma & Greg 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 Jamie Does 8.30 NCIS 9.30 Law & Order: SVU 10.30 Go Girls 11.30 Ten News 12.00 Sports Tonight 12.30 The Late Show 1.30 Medium 2.30 Game Show In My Head 3.00 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Food Lovers' Guide To Australia 1.30 Insight 2.30 Real Top Guns 3.00 Living Black 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers

6.30 World News 7.30 Rituals: Around The World In 80 Faiths 8.30 As It Happened: Living With The Enemy 9.30 World News 10.00 Silesia Strips 11.05 Movie: Ah! The Libido! (France): Audrey Dana 12.35 Movie: El Triunfo (Spain): Juan Diego 2.40 Weatherwatch

Saturday 4th

TEN

4.00 rage 11.00 Poh's Kitchen 11.30 Message Stick 12.00 Stateline 12.30 Australian Story 1.00 Foreign Correspondent 1.30 Can We Help? 2.00 Island Life 3.00 Movie: Lady Hamilton 5.00 Bowls: Trans Tasman: Australia v New Zealand: Men's

Singles 6.00 Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 New Tricks 8.25 ABC News 8.30 The Bill 9.15 ABC News 9.20 The Prisoner 10.10 Ashes To Ashes 11.05 rage

6am Children’s Programs 6pm At The Movies 6.30 Wild At Heart: A new school is being built in the township. When Danny hurts his back, he begins to have a crisis about his age. 7.30 Heart And Soul 8.30 Movie: Last Train From Gun Hill: Kirk

Douglas: A marshal tracks down the man who raped and murdered his wife. 10.00 Movie: Imitation Of Life: John Gavin and Juanita Moore: An aspiring actress and her housekeeper retain a solid friendship. 12.05 The Qur'an 1.00 Sadness

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 9.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 V8 Xtra 12.30 King Of The Hill 1.15 Human Body 2.15 Movie: Agent Cody Banks 4.30 What's Up Down Under 5.00 Outdoor Room

5.30 Discover 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Better Homes And Gardens 7.30 Martin Clunes 8.30 Movie: Tomorrow Never Dies 11.00 Movie: Rumble In The Bronx 12.50 Tri Nations Rugby: South Africa v Australia 3.00 Room For Improvement

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Saturday 9.00 Saturday Kerri-Anne 10.00 Children's Programs 2.00 Movie: Bombers B-52 4.00 Alive & Cooking 4.30 Fishing Australia 5.00 Postcards Australia 5.30 Antiques

Roadshow 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Movie: Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium 9.30 Movie: Vantage Point: Dennis Quaid 11.25 Movie: Final Analysis 1.45 Movie: Four For Texas: Frank Sinatra 4.00 Danoz

6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Video Hits 12.00 The Circle: Saturday Highlights Show 1.00 Don’s Forget The Lyrics 2.00 Simply Footy 2.30 AFL: Fremantle v Hawthorn 5.30 Before The Game 6.30 AFL:

Collingwood v Western Bulldogs 10.00 AFL: NAB Rising Star Special 11.00 Cops 11.30 Movie: Dog Soldiers: Sean Pertwee 1.30 Video Hits 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Bayless Conley 4.30 Leading The Way 5.00 Hour Of Power

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Elektra 2.45 The Chopin Etudes 2.55 The Chopin Preludes 3.00 Jean-Simeon Chardin Painter 3.30 Queens Of Terror 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Mythbusters 6.30 World News

7.30 Monster Moves 8.30 Iron Chef 9.20 Rockwiz: Presented by Julia Zemiro 10.00 Movie: The Science Of Sleep (France): Gael Garcia Bernal, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Alain Chabat 11.50 Cycling: La Vuelta 2.00 Weatherwatch

Sunday 5th

WIN NINE

4.00 rage 6.30 Children’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 The SANFL: Eagles v Sturt

5.00 The ABC Of Dance 4 Film 5.30 Art Nation 6.00 At The Movies 6.30 Mother And Son 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Life 8.20 ABC News 8.30 Midsomer Murders 10.00 Compass 10.30 Eternity Man 11.35 Movie: Elephant Boy 12.55 Movie: Bad Lands

6am Children’s Programs 6pm Francesco's Mediterranean Voyage: Conditions at sea are turning rough as Francesco continues his journey. 6.30 Artscape 7.00 Art Nation 7.30 The Music In Me 8.30 Artscape 9.00 The ABC Of Dance 4 Film

9.30 Absolutely Fabulous 10.00 The Office 10.30 Gimme, Gimme, Gimme: Linda and Tom think that one of them must have got lucky after they find a man in their kitchen. 11.00 Live At The Basement 12.00 jtv Live 1.00 Beautiful Noise

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.00 Beyond Tomorrow 12.00 Movie: Gone Fishin: Joe Pesci and Danny Glover 1.30 AFL: Sydney v Carlton 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News

6.30 Sunday Night 7.30 The X Factor 9.00 Bones 10.00 Castle 11.00 Air Crash Investigations 12.00 Heroes 1.00 In The Footsteps Of The Pharaohs 2.00 Home Shopping 3.00 NBC Meet The Press 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Sunday 10.00 Wide World Of Sports 11.00 The Sunday Footy Show 1.00 F Troop 1.30 Movie: Where The Boys Are 3.30 Rescue Special Ops 4.30 Antiques

Roadshow 5.00 Home Cooked! 5.30 Postcards 6.00 Nine News 6.30 RBT 7.30 60 Minutes 8.30 CSI 10.30 Cold Case 11.30 Primetime: Family Secrets 12.30 Sunday Football: Manly Sea Eagles v Canterbury Bulldogs

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Children’s Programs 8.00 Meet The Press 8.30 Video Hits 12.00 I Fish 1.00 Meerkat Manor 1.30 Netball Test Series: New Zealand v Australia 3.30 Jamie At Home 4.00 Places We Go

5.00 Ten News 5.30 Sports Tonight 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Modern Family 7.00 Rules Of Engagement 7.30 Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation 8.40 Offspring 9.40 Married Single Other 10.40 Moto GP 1.25 Video Hits 1.30 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 7.00 World Watch 10.30 Football Asia 11.00 Les Murray's Football Feature 12.00 UEFA Champions League Magazine Program 12.30 Speedweek 1.30 Katherine Jenkins In The Park 3.00 Three Tales Of Two Cities 3.30 Generation XXL

4.30 Living Black: Presented by Karla Grant 5.00 Cycling Central 6.00 Thalassa 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Dateline 9.30 Mad Men 10.30 Inspector Rex 11.30 Cycling: La Vuelta 1.30 Weatherwatch

Monday 6th

WIN SA

4.00 The Professor 4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Sherlock Holmes 1.30 The Cook And The Chef

2.00 Waterloo Road 3.00 Children’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 The War

5.30 The Cook And The Chef 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.05 Children’s Programs 6.00 Collectors 6.25 Scrapheap Challenge 7.20 The Daily Show Global Edition 7.40 The Colbert Report Global Edition 8.05 The Goodies

8.35 Good Game 9.05 Summer Heights High 10.20 Torchwood 11.10 Blade Of The Immortal 11.35 London Live 12.10 Soundtrack To My Life 12.40 I'm From Rolling Stone 1.00 The Graham Norton Show 1.30 Zoo Days

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Deep Family Secrets: Richard Crenna 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’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 X Factor 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 Covert Affairs 10.30 Parking Wars 11.00 My Name Is Earl 11.30 That '70s Show 12.00 Win News 12.30 House Call 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra

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 Hot In Cleveland 8.30 Rescue Special Ops 9.30 Secret Millionaire 10.30 Footy Classified 11.30 Nine News 12.00 McLeod’s Daughters 1.00 Spyforce 2.00 Guthy Renker

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’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 Dharma & Greg 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 Undercover Boss 8.30 Good News Week 10.00 Cops 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Swingtown 1.00 Video Hits 1.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today 3.30 Benny Hinn

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Food Lovers' Guide To Australia 1.30 Dateline 2.30 Insight 3.30 Letters And Numbers: Presented by Richard Morecroft 4.00 World Watch 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Living Black

6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Mythbusters 8.30 Man Vs Wild 9.30 World News 10.00 Skins 10.55 Entourage 11.30 World Game 12.30 Living Black 1.00 Movie: Buena Vida Delivery (Argentina) 2.45 Weatherwatch

Tuesday 7th

ABC 2

4.00 The Cook And The Chef 4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 New Inventors 6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Architects Of Change

1.30 Einstein Factor 2.00 Waterloo Road 3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Big Chef Takes On Little Chef 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Seven Ages Of Britain 9.35 QI 10.05 Book Club

5.30 The Cook And The Chef 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.05 Children’s Programs 6.00 A Seaside Parish 6.30 Scrapheap Challenge 7.20 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.40 The Colbert Report 8.00 Outnumbered

8.30 Criminal Justice: A thriller about a young man's odyssey through the legal system after he is charged with murder. 9.30 Deadwood 10.30 Teachers 11.30 Billable Hours 12.00 Heartland 12.45 A Little Later 1.00 The Graham Norton Show 1.30 Zoo Days

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Love's Unfolding Dream 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’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 Beat The Star: Presented by Daniel MacPherson 8.30 Packed To The Rafters 9.30 Parenthood 10.30 Keeping Up With The Kardashians 11.30 Alan Sugar: The Apprentice 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 7.30 Top Gear 9.00 911 State Of Emergency 11.00 How To Have Sex After Marriage 11.55 Balls Of Steel 12.30 Nine News 1.00 ET 1.30 Danoz 2.00 Guthy Renker

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’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 Dharma & Greg 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 Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation 8.30 NCIS 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Law & Order 1.00 Video Hits 1.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today 3.30 Benny Hinn

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Our Father (Chad): Ahidjo Mahamat Moussa 2.30 Tales From A Suitcase 3.00 Living Black 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And

Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Insight 8.30 One Born Every Minute 9.30 World News 10.00 Hot Docs: The Times Of Harvey Milk 11.35 Movie: Gloss (Russia): Yulia Vysotskaya, Ilya Isaev and Yefim Shifrin 1.45 Car Bomb 2.40 Weatherwatch

Wednesday 8th

ABC 1

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4.00 Good Game 4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 New Inventors 6.00 Children’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 Waterloo Road 3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Cheese Slices 6.30 Poh's Kitchen 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 New Inventors 8.30 Spicks And Specks 9.00 Gruen Transfer 9.30 US Of Tara 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business

5.30 The Cook And The Chef 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.05 Children’s Programs 6.00 How Do They Do It? 6.25 Scrapheap Challenge 7.20 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.40 The Colbert Report 8.00 Gnow Or Never

8.30 The Seven Ages Of Drinking: Cherry Healey travels across the UK to find out about women's attitudes to alcohol. 9.30 Make Me A New Face 10.30 I, Psychopath 11.30 Eataholics 12.30 A Place In Slovakia 1.00 The Graham Norton Show

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Concrete Canyons 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Children’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 Four Weddings 8.30 City Homicide 10.30 The Suspects: True Australian Thrillers 11.30 That '70s Show 12.00 Win News 12.30 Sons And Daughters 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra

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 Hot Property 8.30 The Farmer Wants A Wife 9.30 RPA 10.30 Embarrassing Bodies 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Eclipse Music TV 12.30 20/20 1.30 Danoz

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’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 Dharma & Greg 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 The Simpsons 8.30 Lie To Me 9.30 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Numb3rs 1.00 Plus One 1.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Ushpizin (Israel): Shuli Rand 2.40 Anna 3.00 Nest 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers

6.30 World News 7.35 Inspector Rex 8.30 Anna Pihl 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: Lust, Caution (Hong Kong): Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Wei Tang and Joan Chen 12.45 Movie: Strayed (France): Emmanuelle Béart and Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet 2.25 Weatherwatch


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ON A ROLL ■DOUBLE TROUBLE: Renmark team-mates (from left) Leanne Menz and Jo Haynes are preparing for a grand final this weekend against Loxton. Menz was the winner of the Riverland Netball Association’s best and fairest award this season, whie Haynes finished runner-up. Menz is looking to do the double this weekend. ■ Full story Page 20.

Barmera Dev Estates claim title

Payne’s big win By BRAD PERRY BLANCHETOWN/Swan Reach on-baller Dale Payne capped off an outstanding season by winning the Howard Duthie Medal as Independent football’s best player on Monday night. The medal favourite polled in eight matches, including three best afield efforts, to finish with 19 votes, two ahead of Paringa’s Chris Gardner. In a tense finish, 18 year old Payne earned two votes in his team’s round 16 win over MoorookKingston to edge clear of Gardner, who had made a late rally polling 12 votes in the final six rounds. The 2009 Mid Murray best first year player was shocked to win the award. “It’s amazing,� he said. “It’s one of the best feelings I’ve ever felt. “It doesn’t feel like I’ve done it.�

BSR joined the competition this season from the defunct Mid Murray Football Association and while the Redbacks were competitive, Payne was a standout ball winner. Admitting to being a focused individual who “just keeps to himself� whilst preparing for a match, Payne shook off tags to be instrumental in his team’s five wins for the season. “I played with a good bunch of guys in a great league,� Payne said. “It was hard football, which was good.� Paringa rover Gardner was rewarded for a consistent season finishing runner-up. Wunkar midfielder Simon Hucks finished third with 16 votes, while Lyrup’s Jason Marr and East Murray’s Brian Parsons polled 13 votes. ■Continued Page 17

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