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By ROB McLEAN TWO key Riverland tourism jobs could be lost under a South Australian Tourism Commission budgetary reshuffle resulting from stagnant State Government funding. The staff, based at the SATC’s Riverland regional office in Berri, could lose their jobs in the restructure, along with around 20 tourism employees based in similar positions across the state.

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Tourism job loss a blow for region THROUGHOUT the water crisis, tourism was painted as the shining beacon of light, keeping the Riverland afloat during the bad times. In the Riverland Futures Taskforce’s prospectus, funded by the State Government, it was predicted that tourism would generate an additional $43 million dollars into the local economy by 2016. Having a locally based tourism manager co-ordinating campaigns to attract visitors to our region would appear to be a key plank to ensuring this goal is met. Not so, according to the South Australian Tourism Commission, which is proposing to cut regional tourism managers and centralise the project development to Adelaide. If this proposal occurs, as sure as night follows day, the Riverland will fall well down the visitor pecking order as the state’s tourism giants such as Kangaroo Island, the Barossa Valley and the Flinders Ranges garner all of the attention from administrators. Ensuring the public realises that the River Murray extends past Blanchetown remains a key challenge for local operators and that battle will become even tougher if this key tourism position is lost. Understandably, our tourism operators are furious about this cost cutting decision. They feel communication with the SATC will become much more difficult and so, in turn, will getting the message out to tourists about our beautiful region. It is a shortsighted decision that will mean more than just the loss of two jobs in a region that has already been hit by the closure of factories, fruit properties and a decline in government employment. This is a decision that must be reversed.

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Thursday January 13, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 3

Wild weather on the way

By BRAD PERRY

RIVERLANDERS are preparing for the possibility of flash flooding, with storms expected to hit the region today. While the rainfall and potential for flooding will be nowhere near the extent seen interstate, the South Australian State Emergency Service (SES) is not taking any precautions, sending extra sandbags to the region. Up to 100 millimetres of rain is being forecast for the Riverland but SES regional commander Scott Turner said the main problem will occur if an unpredictable thunder cell develops. “That gives us very quick, heavy downpours of rain, then

we will see potential for localised flash flooding,” he said. “The reason we’ll get it (flooding) from heavy sudden downpours is that homes and businesses’ gutters are unable to cope with really heavy rain and street gutters are unable to cope with really, really heavy, quick rain.” Mr Turner urged property owners to prepare by cleaning gutters for heavy rains now rather than later. “It’s easier to prepare in advance and have nothing happen, than it is to have it all happen and then try to prepare and play catch-up,” he said. “If people were affected in the December event, then they know where they are and if we get really heavy thunderstorms, it’s likely

to happen again.” Meanwhile, as Queensland deals with the catastrophe of raging floodwaters, the South Australian Department For Water said the state will not see any of that water until at least April. “Given the long travel times and vast floodplains across the Queensland and New South Wales areas of the Murray-Darling Basin, a significant amount of this water will be lost through floodplain and evaporation losses,” a spokesperson said. “This means it is too early to say how much water will reach South Australia. “At this point it is forecast that floodwater from the Condamine and Balonne River System (which

is located in Central Queensland at the top of the northern part of the Murray-Darling Basin and feeds into the Darling) will take eight to 12 weeks to reach South Australia. “By this time, the flows in the River Murray system would have already started to reduce from the current high flows.” South Australian Murray Irrigators chairperson Caren Martin is hopeful the state will receive some of the Queensland floodwaters. “It’s got to make it past all of the Menindee Lakes system and the talk I had heard before the most recent rains was that you’d be lucky to see a third of that water make Menindee,” she said.

Mossies putting the bite on By CALLUM TRIFONOFF THE Riverland is in the middle of one of its biggest mosquito plagues in memory and locals are doing all they can to avoid being bitten. Mitre 10 Loxton has been flat-out selling all things mosquito-proof for Riverland people; so much so, the store’s mosquito products are scarce, according to assistant manager Malcolm Bates. “We’re finding it hard, the warehouse is selling a lot,” Mr Bates said. “We’ve been selling bug zappers and they are mostly gone and the mozzy candles are sold right out. “Hopefully, we’ve got some more coming.” Mr Bates said Mitre 10 Loxton is also sold out of citronella plants, mosquito coils and bottles of citronella. “This is definitely the only time we’ve struggled with it,” he said.

“Other times, we’ve only been out of one or two things but this time, we’re sold out of much more.” Mr Bates had some useful tips for Riverlanders trying to fight off the mosquitos. “First of all, keep all the windows shut because they sneak through the cracks in the fly-screen,” he said. “Wear long trousers, cover up and wear hats. “I know it’s hot but it’s the best thing.” Mr Bates said insect repellent is another good way to keep them away and Stingose is an effective tool to stop the itchiness. Berri man John Chase is also feeling the effects of the mosquitos and said they are annoying most times of the day, especially during the evening. “The worst would have to be at dusk, there’s a lot floating around then,” Mr Chase said. “It’s the worst year (of mosquitos) I can remember and if

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It is a yabby-tastic time for enthusiasts REPORT BY

CALLUM TRIFONOFF YABBYING enthusiasts are experiencing something they have not had the chance to do for some time. For nearly 17 years, yabbies have been off the menu due to low rivers. However, that has all changed in recent months and avid yabbier Shane Renfrey, of Berri, has been among the many Riverlanders taking advantage of the return of the tasty crustaceans. “It’s good to finally see it all happening with the recent high water,” Mr Renfrey said. “It (yabbying) is something I love doing and it’s always good to get out on the river with mates and have a couple of beers.” A yabbier back in 1993, when the river was at its most recent peak, Mr Renfrey said it is a thrill to yabby with people who had not previously enjoyed the experience. “It’s good to have tea with them and be out there doing something that is pretty new for them,” he said. Fellow yabbier Michael Jennings, also of Berri, said he enjoys yabbying, as it is a relaxing activity.

■ YUMMY: Keen Loxton fisherman Darren Oxlade is one of many Riverlanders enjoying the taste of yabbies caught in local waters. Photo: JANE WILSON “Over the holidays, it’s been good going out in boats and bringing lots (of yabbies) home,” Mr Jennings said. “We’ve caught a fair few before as well, it’s just great being able to go out on the river again.” Mr Jennings said he attempted yabbying last year but didn’t

have the same success as in the early 90s. Darren Oxlade, of Loxton North, said he is enjoying finding different ways to eat his yabby catches. “I reckon yabbies are the best,” Mr Oxlade said. “My favourite dish is to make garlic crumbed yabbies but a

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■ CHOICE: Viewers across the region will be able to watch GO! programs such as The Vampire Diaries when free-to-air mult channels are introduced in November. THE Riverland and upper Mallee will have access to all free-to-air digital multi-channels by November. The WIN Network expects channels such as GO!, GEM, 7Two, 7Mate, ONE and Eleven to be available in the region by the end of the year. The channels are already a hit in the city centres across Australia and will be welcomed to regional areas of South Australia. WIN South Australia General Manager Graeme Gilbertson said the extra channels will give viewers more choice than ever before. “The WIN Network is committed to bringing all digital channels to our viewers and is working to do this as quickly as possible,” Mr Gilbertson said. “We acknowledge that viewers will miss some of their favourite programs and appreciate their patience during this time.” The WIN Network will announce roll-out dates on WIN News in coming months.

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good quick meal is a yabby sammo (sandwich).” Mr Oxlade said because the yabbies had not been out for long, they are of average size. Hook Line & Sinker manager John Cockshell said the best yabbying is yet to come for the region. “It’s still not what we call ‘really going’,” Mr Cockshell said. “We’re getting some in areas like Salt Creek and Wachtel’s Lagoon and there’s some good ones in the river itself but I think in a month’s time, we’ll see more.” Mr Cockshell said yabby nets have been prolific sellers at his business and he has been willing to give tips on the rules and regulations, that apply. “People need to be aware you’re only allowed three doubleringed nets or 10 single-ringed per person,” he said. “They can have three opera house ring nets with a maximum of 75 millimetres.” Mr Cockshell also said that while using carp as bait is thought to be illegal, yabbiers can use it if it is frozen.

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meet and, at the very least, suspend the environmental flow requirements of the Water Act. Their reluctance looks like utter stupidity. It’s absolutely ridiculous for growers to be forced to lease in water when they already own enough (so called secure water) allocation; but restricted by a short-sighted law designed for drought conditions only. If our carryover water can be manoeuvred out of existence without compensation, then environmental water

can be suspended in flood conditions. And the Murray Darling Basin Authority should just get on with its work. Let irrigation farmers use all their water allocations now. How hard is that, ministers? Jeanette Staehr, Barmera, SA.

How natural is natural? JUST how ‘natural’ are the current blackwater events across the Murray

Darling Basin? It is true the problem has been brought about by many years of drought, followed by last year’s unusual summer flooding. Blackwater occurs naturally when accumulations of organic matter, such as eucalypt leaves and twigs, decay in wetlands or waterways, drawing oxygen from the water and often causing fish deaths. To say the past drought had the fingerprint of climate change and bring up a degree of human contribution would certainly start a lively debate; however, the lack of river flows attributable to irrigation diversions during this

period is indisputable. This lack of even minor flooding over this drought period has contributed to the current extreme level of organic matter mobilised. Had environmental flows been available to recreate even a minor flood during the past drought, the most extreme effects of the blackwater events would have been reduced. This is another very obvious example of the need for the Murray Darling Basin Plan and an environmental water reserve. John Pettigrew Environmental Farmers Network spokesperson,

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Thursday January 13, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 5

More jobs go at research centre REPORT BY

BRAD PERRY THE LOXTON Research Centre has been dealt yet another blow with the State Government cutting three more jobs at the site. Three Primary Industries and Resources SA (PIRSA) business services support officers based at Loxton, whose positions have been made redundant, will be offered packages. The latest job cuts at the important Riverland agricultural and horticultural research site come on the back of significant State Government budget cuts, which are expected to see the loss of more than 180 PIRSA positions across the state by 2013. A spokesperson for State Agriculture Minister Michael O’Brien told the Riverland Weekly PIRSA is reducing costs from administration roles associated with project support. “These positions provide

statewide services that are no longer required,� the spokesperson said. With PIRSA, SARDI and Rural Solutions staff all based at the Loxton Research Centre, the State Government was unable to guarantee all current jobs are safe. “Rural Solutions is the consulting arm of PIRSA, offering a range of industry development, environmental, emergency management and support services to a wide range of industry sectors, the State and Commonwealth Governments and international clients,� a government spokesperson said. “As a result, the number and nature of people employed by Rural Solutions SA will be very closely aligned with the requirement and needs of their clients.� Despite the job cuts, the State Government said it is still committed to the Riverland through the research centre. Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone was outraged by the scaling down of capacity at the centre and said the job losses

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■SCALING BACK: The State Government has announced a further three jobs will be lost from the Loxton Research Centre, another blow to research in the region. “beggar belief�. “My question would be, which bureaucrat in Adelaide decided they were the three jobs that needed to go?� he said. “Why are they continuing to deny the centre (the opportunity) to do what it does best by continuing to destaff?� On invitation from Mr Whetstone, Minister O’Brien will visit the region early next week where

he will be reminded of the importance of the Riverland’s research hub. “What we are seeing is the aftermath of the budget cuts, or funding cuts to the Department of Primary Industries and it really is an indictment to this government that they continue to neglect the primary industries sector,� Mr Whetstone said.

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Concern over tourism cuts to region ■From Page 1 Regional promotional roles will be centralised, with Adelaide based staff taking over country tourism development. SATC figures obtained by the Riverland Weekly reveal the organisation’s annual wages bill would be cut from $1.51 million to $638,200, allowing more funds to be spent on advertising and promotion. It is proposed the budget shuffle will enable if the South Australian tourism industry to meet visitor expenditure targets of $6.3 billion by 2014. In meeting that target, regional tourism is expected to generate $2.8 billion (an 8.4 per cent growth rate) by 2014. Production of the popular regional visitor guides, depicting the various attractions in each tourism district, will be outsourced and managed by one central SATC contract with a contact person appointed in each region. Local operators are understood to be furious about the decision but are unwilling to comment for fear of funding reprisals. Riverland Tourism Association board members are also unable to respond publicly to the

â– RIVER LIFE: SATC is centralising regional roles to Adelaide and there is fear the Riverland will lose an important tourism edge. concerns due to departmental regulations. The plans were revealed at workshops attended by tourism representatives from across the state in August and could come into effect by March. Riverland councils are meet-

ing with SATC officials today to discuss the cuts, which are expected to result in SATC requests for increased local government funding. Loxton Waikerie Council Mayor Leon Stasinowsky is dismayed by the move, which he

described as a “kick in the guts� and said that regional areas relying on tourism as a major industry will suffer greatly. He said it is imperative the Riverland and Mallee has a tourism officer based in the region for the betterment of the local economy. “We need more tourists in our region and if we don’t have these people, it will make it even harder to attract them,� Mr Stasinowsky said. Mr Stasinowsky said the move is another example of cost shifting to local government from state officials and will see councils seriously considering their options when it comes to tourism funding. Under the plan, local visitor information centres will be expected to become self sufficient within three years by taking accommodation bookings and increasing the level of services available. This will also result in a greater reliance on volunteers, who will need increased training to SATC accreditation standards. A tourism insider, who wished to remain anonymous, said this would see already hard working volunteers consider leaving their roles, resulting in further shortfalls.

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Thursday January 13, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 7

Another tough vintage ahead

Vocational awards to go ahead despite uncertainty By BRAD PERRY

■ STRONG: Angove’s Family Winemakers viticulture manager Nick Bakkum believes many Riverland growers will continue to fight the tough conditions. Photo: JANE WILSON By BRAD PERRY ONE local grower is optimistic no winegrapes will be left on the ground without a market this coming vintage but is urging wineries to provide prices above cost of production. As reported in the Riverland Weekly last year, wineries picked up uncontracted grapes to meet demand and Paringa winegrape grower Lui DiCerbo said many irrigators will need to decide whether to sell grapes cheaply, or leave them on the ground. “The only positive I can get out of this year is there are wineries who want to buy everything they can get their hands on,” he said. “I don’t see too many people

putting fruit on the ground or not selling them. “A lot of them would say $150 per tonne is better than nothing.” While the Wine Grape Council of South Australia last week said an oversupply of grapes will force growers out of the industry this season, Mr DiCerbo believes Riverland winegrape growers will remain resilient. “We don’t go down that easy,” he said. “I think they’ll keep going but for how long?” With continuing rain events, predicted, Riverland vineyards will again be threatened with downy and powdery mildew. Mr DiCerbo said, like many growers, he has spent copious amounts on

chemicals in a bid to stave off diseases this season. “We’ve had to spray a lot of postinfection sprays and that stuff is $130 per hectare and we’ve had to do it twice and maybe again after this rain,” he said. Angove Family Winemakers viticulture manager Nick Bakkum said the winegrape season is running two to three weeks later than it has in the past five years. Mr Bakkum said many growers have fought similar challenges in the past. “Growers are very resilient and most of the people that I speak to are hell bent on hanging on and doing the best they can to fight through this,” he said.

THE annual Riverland and Mallee Vocational Awards has been saved from the brink of collapse after the Renmark Rotary Club cut ties with the event, citing sponsorship issues and waning apprentice numbers. Accepting an offer from the Renmark Rotarians, Berri Rotary Club has decided to organise the event and will this week meet to decide on a date for the awards presentation. The Riverland and Mallee Vocational Awards have been the largest of their kind in regional Australia for the past 28 years, rewarding the most outstanding apprentices, trainees and vocational education and training students in the region and is usually held in January. Berri Rotary Club president Yvette Webber said some sponsorship has already been secured since the club decided to get involved with the event last month. “It (the presentation night) might be later this year to give us a chance to (organise finer details),” she said. “It’s definitely happening.” Mrs Webber said the club believes the event is too important not to go ahead. “We were very concerned it was just left,” she said. “It has always been a good thing for the apprentices and for the area.” Berri Rotary Club members believe there are still enough apprentices and trainees in the region to continue the awards, despite the Renmark Rotary Club’s concerns.

■ AWARD: Jason Nagy was the winner of last year’s Riverland and Mallee Apprentice of the Year Award. Photo: JANE WILSON

With the club organising the popular awards for almost three decades, Renmark Rotary Club president Kevin Casement said it was disappointing to end the association with the event. “Very few are putting on apprentices and money is tight for sponsorships and everything has gone against it this year,” he said. “Behind the scenes it’s been harder and harder, with numbers dropping and sponsorship changing, to keep it at the same level. “So the decision was made this year that the Renmark club couldn’t see our way through to do it, so we offered it to all the other clubs.” Mr Casement emphasised the vocational awards as an important event on the Riverland’s calendar. “I think the apprentices and trainees look forward to being nominated and given an award,” he said. “Certainly ones who have won it in the past have put it on their resumes proudly.” While not organising the awards this year, the Renmark Rotary Club will still be offering a nursing scholarship in 2011 with applications opening soon.

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8 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday January 13, 2011 ■ ARRIVAL: Renmark Paringa Council Mayor Neil Martinson signs a transplant donor form as jet ski rider Coen Ashton is filmed for the 7PM Project and (inset) the teenager and Mr Martinson with Renmark identity Frank Turton. Photo: CALLUM TRIFONOFF

DISTRICT COUNCIL OF LOXTON WAIKERIE

Drop off your old TVs for recycling Monday 20 December 2010 Sunday 20 February 2011 Your unwanted television sets can be dropped off for recycling at the below location. Only TVs that are still in their case, with no cracks in the screen, will be accepted. Your old TV can then be recycled into many new components, instead of going into landfill.

Drop-off point WAIKERIE: Waikerie Waste Depot, Maggea Road. Open 7 days 12.30 pm to 4.30 pm. Closed on public holidays, and total fire ban days. Ph: 8541 0700 For general information on e-waste recycling visit zerowaste.sa.gov.au or call 1300 137 118 Peter Ackland Chief Executive Officer

Brave Coen rockets through the region Renmark on a jet ski for a three-day stay. His arrival was featured on national televiSUFFERING from two life threatening diseas- sion program The 7pm Project. The 13 year old and his entourage, includes would not usually be the trigger point for a decision to jet ski the length of the River Mur- ing parents Mark and Dawn and brother Kai, toured the region over the weekend before ray but Coen Ashton is no ordinary person. Last Friday, Coen, a sufferer of cystic fibro- recommencing their big journey on Monday. Coen said the trip spanning the length of sis and insulin dependent diabetes, arrived in the river, known as Murray CODD (Coen’s Organ Donor Drive), was organised by himself to raise awareness of organ donations. “I had some help but it was mostly organised by me,” he said. “It’s been a lot of fun so far and I’m really enjoying taking part.” Coen has a reduced lung function and, in the future, will require a double lung transplant to save his life. “I thought while I’ve still got 40 per cent left in my lungs, I should use it up and what The Berri Barmera Council exercise power delegated better way to do it,” he said. to it by the Minister for Transport under Section 11 Coen has been collecting souvenir pens of the Road Traffic Act and through the Instrument from mayors of the towns he has visited along of General Approval, part 1, Clause F: Delegation the way and continued that when meeting of Power to Close Roads and Grant Exemptions for Renmark Paringa Council Mayor Neil MartinRoad Events to: son at the Renmark town wharf. Coen hopes to collect 1000 signatures a) Declare the Australia Day celebrations to be from the towns he visits so more people, who held on Dean Drive. Barmera, as an event to which require organ donations can get the help Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act applies. they need. His river trip will see him make further b) Hereby make an order – stops at Murray Bridge with the end point at Goolwa. 1) To close the Road specified in the Schedule For further information about Coen’s (below) to vehicles as provided in Section 33 (1) (a) campaign, visit the official website, www.murof the Road Traffic raycodd.com By CALLUM TRIFONOFF

ROAD CLOSURE ORDER AUSTRALIA DAY CELEBRATIONS, BARMERA

THE SCHEDULE Location Dean Drive. Barmera, between Whitmore Avenue and Barmera Monash Football Club

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To Wednesday 26 January 2011 10.30am

2) Exempt persons in these areas when they are closed to vehicular traffic from Road Rules 230 (crossing a road) and 238 (pedestrians travelling along the road). For further information please contact Andrew Haigh on 8582 1922 or bbc@berribarmera.sa.gov.au DAVID BEATON CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

“Building a Better Community”

YMCA engages community THE Barmera Recreation Centre will hold a consultation for the community to express their views on the facility and the services they would like to access. Barmera YMCA’s James Lomax said the consultation is a good opportunity to improve the centre’s features. “We are looking for people to give their views and re-engage the community,” Mr Lomax said. “Anybody can come along and give their opinions on what programs or activities they would like to see happen at the centre.” The consultation will be held at the Barmera Recreation Centre from 11am next Wednesday.


Thursday January 13, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 9

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â– BUSY: Bella Lavender Estate owners Lucy and Mario Centofanti offer a range of oils (inset picture) and soaps and serve delicious meals including their popular lavender scones. Photos: JANE WILSON

BELLA Lavender Estate is one of the Riverland’s most unique local businesses. It sells a range of quality items, including homemade soaps and hand creams, locally manufactured jewellery and biscuits and timely mosquito repellent. Business owners Lucy and Mario Centofanti are looking forward to attending the International Lavender and Essential Oil Conference next month. Mario said the opportunity is great for the business. “We head off in about six weeks, they talk about the world of lavender oil over there,� he said. “They sample test oil and a few people from Japan will be coming to talk about the way they do things in terms of lavender oil over there. “It’s a four day conference and we are really looking forward to going.� The conference will be held at Bridestowe Lavender Estate in Launceston, Tasmania. “Because we’re part of the Australian Lavender Growers’ Association, we got the opportunity to go and we’ll talk about what has happened through the year and growers will tell how

their crops were growing,� Mario said. Bella Lavender has been busy during these school holidays and Mario said the business makes delicious food, as well as providing lavender oils and homemade soap. “We have lavender scones and people try it and come back for seconds,� he said. “We make very fine pizzas and thick shakes and our food is top quality. “Everything is fresh, including the jam which we make ourselves.� Mario said the business has seen a rise in visitor numbers due to the minigolf course situated on the site. “It’s very popular, the kids come up with their parents to play,� he said. “We never used to get a lot of fathers come but they do now because they can play golf with their kids.� Bella Lavender is located on Dalziel Road, Winkie, and is open from 10am to 4pm, Friday to Monday, and during school holidays it is also open on Tuesdays. So, why not enjoy yourself by having a delicious meal, purchasing some fantastic homemade soaps and creams, or having a game of mini-golf?

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10 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday January 13, 2011 ADVERTISING FEATURE

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OOLSTON Engineering knows the Riverland and the requirements of fruit growers and harvest operators right across the region. David Woolston has been involved in the engineering industry locally for over 40 years, including 13 years with a contract grape harvest business and with his son Kyle (who has completed his apprenticeship as a boilermaker/welder and is continuing his studies to become a fitter and turner), has expanded the service he provides by opening a brand new Glossop premises. Woolston Engineering has all of your steel needs with David and Kyle providing a range of services, such as metal and structural steel fabrication, machining and agricultural repairs. The business can supply and install industrial/commercial and domestic sheds, carports and fencing. Services include guillotine and bending, mig and tig welding, drilling, pipe and conveyor belt installations, while Woolston Engineering also has a lathe, 60 tonne press and can complete punch and shear work. Not only can Woolston Engineering handle all of your steel needs, it is also the agency for Gregoire and Vinestar harvesters, which is vital at this high pressure

time of the harvest calendar. After many years of working in a shed on his own property, David decided it was time to move into a more spacious facility, giving his business more flexibility. “It’s excellent to have more space,” David said. “Our original premises at home, we found was inadequate to meet our needs,

I’ve always been a firm believer in taking pride in your work.

we needed a bigger shed for space, storage and our new machinery. “To come here allows us to do bigger and better jobs.” While not professing to be an expert, David has certainly gained much experience over the years and knows the ins and outs of harvester operations and the necessities of the vintage. “I look forward to the sort of challenges harvest provides,” he said. David believes that prevention is better than cure and it is now time to ensure the final preparation of your machinery is spot on as we

approach the start of this year’s harvest. He said equipment needs to be working efficiently during this high pressure time during the vintage. David and Kyle can help you finalise these requirements. They are available for you prior to harvest but the pair are also able to help you out during - providing a 24 hour emergency repair service. With experience owning his own harvest contracting business, David knows of the frustrations when your machinery breaks down in the early hours of the morning. “I know what it’s like to be out there with a breakdown and you can’t get anyone out there to help you,” he said. “It’s a very important part of the service that we provide, having experienced it myself.” Most importantly, David said pride is a major factor in the work that he carries out, whether it is erecting a shed or getting a harvester ready for the vintage. “I’ve always been a firm believer in taking pride in your work because it reflects on yourself and your work,” he said. You can find Woolston Engineering at Lot 1/1 Old Sturt Highway, Glossop or contact David and Kyle on 8583 2268 (office) or 0408 837 370 (mobile).

■ SPECIALISTS: David Woolston and son Kyle are the perfect team to help with all steel needs. From great customer service to getting the job done in the workshop, Woolston Engineering offers a wide range of services. The company has extended its business with new premises in Glossop (right). Photos: JANE WILSON

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Woolstons: The bright sparks in Riverland engineering D

avid and Kyle at Woolston Engineering offer a broad range of services, including agricultural repairs, metal fabrication, machining, steel sales, harvester repairs or parts. The father and son team can fulfil your requirements with ease in their big new premises at Lot 1/1, Old Sturt Highway, Glossop. Woolston Engineering erect sheds, carports and fencing, along with handling fabrication and welding needs, including metal and structural steel fabrication, machining and agricultural repairs. The business also operates as an agency for Gregoire and Vinestar harvesters, meaning you can rely on

Woolston Engineering for your harvester parts and repairs at any time. Woolston Engineering is also an agent for BSC Bearings and Bremick Fasteners meaning Loctite products, lubricants, vee belts, chains, sprockets, nuts, bolts, rivets and batteries are all available. When you use products made by either BSC Bearings or Bremick Fasteners, David said you are assured of good quality. David and Kyle are committed to ensuring all of their customers get the best service available. Located in Glossop, Woolston Engineering is central to the Riverland grape growing community and is available to service your

â– GREAT SERVICE: Woolston Engineering provides great service when it comes to handling fabrication and welding needs (above), while (left and right) David and Kyle also offer a great range of engineerng products including BSC Bearings (top right).

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12 • Ri Rive Riverland ivve erl r an nd Weekly – Thursday January 13, 2011 Keeping a short and sharp eye on what’s happening around the Riverland and Mallee

WITH

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â– LUNCH: While the recent locust plague was a pest for humans, animals such as birds thrived on the new source of food, with even spiders getting into the act. Berri woman Kathy Caddick captured this photo of a red back dragging one of the insects back to its brick bound lair.

â– HOLIDAY FUN: Maya, 2, and Rebecca Hill, of Whyalla, enjoying the Riverland sun at the Big4 Renmark Riverfront Holiday Park recently. Photo: JANE WILSON

ADVERTISING FEATURE

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GREAT home in a great location. This brick veneer home is suited to families of all age groups from young couples through to retirement. Three bedrooms with ensuite to the main, separate lounge and family rooms and, best of all, ducted reverse cycle airconditioning to provide year round comfort. Outside is an extra large undercover pergola for those important

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barbecue events or sheltered play areas for children. A good quality shed has access from the rear lane, plus a garage under main roof provides secure parking with internal access to the home. Very neat easy care gardens and 30,000 litres of rainwater storage connected to house and gardens with pressure pump. The home will be open for inspection this Saturday from 10.30 to 11.00am.

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Section 7 statements relating to the properties will be available for viewing at the office of the Agent 3 business days prior to the Auction and at the place of Auction 30 minutes prior to the Auction commencing.

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14 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday January 13, 2011

129 Renmark Ave, Renmark Phone: 8586 6831

ABOVE AVERAGE FEATURES

RURAL LIVING OPPORTUNITY

- Almost 3 acres - Neat three bedroom home - Open living areas, timber kitchen - 2 acres Shiraz with CCW Contract Price: $170,000 View: Saturday 9.30 - 10.00am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

OPEN

- 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: Saturday 10.30 - 11.00am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 OPEN

224 TWENTYFIRST STREET

KULKYNE STREET

CENTRAL LOCATION

- Modern three bedroom brick veneer home - Two living areas, ensuite - Spacious outdoor living - Good shed, garage UMR, rear access Price: $285,000 View: Saturday 10.30 - 11.00am OPEN Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

199 SEVENTEENTH STREET

UNDER MODERN RENMARK NORTH HOME

IMMACULATE PRESENTATION

- 4 bedrooms or 3 + study - Two living areas, evaporative aircon - Nice gardens, shady verandahs - Great shed plus double carport Price: $195,000 View: Saturday 11.30 - 12.00noon Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

RAILWAY TERRACE

OPEN

- 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: Saturday 12.30 - 1.00pm Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 OPEN

17.5 ACRES RURAL LIVING

- Four bedroom brick veneer - Two living areas, ducted R/C airconditioning - Huge amount of shedding - Room for horses, motor bikes, trees etc Price: $340,000 View: Saturday 11.30 - 12.00noon OPEN Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

SEVENTH STREET

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EXCELLENT RURAL PACKAGE

· Kitchen with pantry cupboard, good bathroom · Carport, C-section colourbond shed, garden shed · 3 bedrooms all with built-in robes, ensuite in main · 2 R/C split system air con and combustion heater Price: $226,500 View: By appointment Contact: Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

BREWARRINA STREET

QUALITY & LOCATION

- Solid construction home in town centre area - Three bedrooms, polished floors - Very nice modern kitchen and bathroom - Large shed with rear lane access Price: $220,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

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EXECUTIVE FAMILY HOME

- High quality 5 bedroom home - Over 30 squares of living area - In-ground pool and tennis court - Double allotment opposite schools Price: $345,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

INSPECT AND BE IMPRESSED

- New kitchen will delight - Professionally tiled living areas - Three bedrooms, ducted airconditioning - Attractive gardens, shady outdoor living Price: $185,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

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. Price: $485,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

SUPERIOR WATERFRONT LIVING

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STUNNING FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY HOME

- 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

NEAR RUSTON’S ROSE GARDEN

- 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

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

PERFECT FOR THE YOUNG FAMILY

FIRST CLASS PRESENTATION

- Three bedroom home - Nice kitchen and bathroom areas - Fantastic rear timber deck - Garage plus double carport Price: $170,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

MAIN ROAD LOCATION

- New kitchen and bathroom! - Open living area, 3 bedrooms + study - Enclosed rear verandah, large allotment - Currently rented at $170 per week. Price: $165,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

RURAL LIVING AT IT’S BEST

YOUR OWN PIECE OF PARADISE

GREAT OPPORTUNITY

- 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

GREAT RURAL LIVING PACKAGE

- Modern style 3 bedroom home *USTOVERACREALLOTMENT - Plenty of shedding, ample water supply - Variety of fruit trees New Price: $175,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Four bedroom family home - Resort style gardens and pool - Great shed - Private water license Price: $385,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

RENMARK QUALITY UNIT

- New kitchen, new bathroom - Two bedrooms, new laundry - Split system A/C - Large allotment with room for garage New Price: $129,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 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: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- On behalf of the Mortgagee in Possession - Freshly painted throughout - Three bedrooms, airconditioning - Carport, large pergola, workshop Price: $117,500 View: By appointment Contact: Emma Treloar 0430 150 136.

FANTASTIC LOCATION CLOSE TO RIVER - Desirable Story Crescent location - Spacious two bedroom home - Reverse cycle airconditioning - Ideal retirement or investment Price; $187,500 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

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Thursday January 13, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 15

129 Renmark Ave, Renmark Phone: 8586 6831 RENTALS

CHAFFEY VINE PROPERTY

- 16.75 acres drip irrigation - Home, sheds and implements - Grapes sent to Angoves - 40mL CIT allocation Price: $220,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

IDEAL FIRST HOME

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

HOUSEBOAT “SUNSPOT�

- 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 ORO View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Mead Court .............................337m2 .........................$86,000 Mead Court .............................374m2 .........................$86,000

5 Murray Price Drive,

Chino Street ...........................3935m2 ....................$105,000 Orchard Drive ..........................431m2 .... $110,000 - $120,000

19 Murtho St,

Palm Court ...............................892m2 .......................$220,000

Lot 100 Chris Court .................5686m2 ..............$90,000 ONO Lot 26 Curtis Avenue ............... 617m2........................ $39,500 Lot Tarcoola Street ............ over 3 acres..................$127,000

*LAND**LAND**LAND**LAND*

- 10.8Ha property supplying Angoves - Good home, good shedding, good plant - 2 separate titles, drip irrigation - Owners retiring. Suit vines or redevelopment Price: $425,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

$230pw

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

CHAFFEY CCW VINES

- 16 ½ acres drip irrigation - 8 acres shiraz, 7 acres cab sav - 9m x 6m shed - 44.25mL CIT water allocation Price: $170,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

$180pw

Very tidy 2 b/r home with sleepout located in the middle of the Town Centre, r/c air cond, shedding.

BUSINESS FOR SALE

- 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 0417 883 892

Vines or Vacant – You Choose WINE GRAPES & RELIABLE OUTLET

$195pw

This modern home offers 4 b/r’s or 3 plus study, split system air cond, ensuite and WIR to main, BIR’s to bed 2 and 3, double carport, rear pergola, shedding, large yard.

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

Panorama Court.....4 Lots available ...... $44,000 to $57,000

Lot 1 Cooltong Ave,

Renovated rural 3 bedroom home, approximately 13 kms from town centre. This lovely home offers a modern kitchen, open plan living, ducted air conditioning, reverse cycle split system, carport.

Malcolm Court ........................502m2 .......................$100,000

Blue Skies Estate.....7 Lots available........ $69,000 to $93,000

Lovely home in rural setting

- 23.5 acres on 3 titles, 3 bedroom home. ACRES#HARDONNAYn$RIPIRRIGATION - Extensive list of good implements & shedding - Keep the vines or the owner will clear - Sandy soil suited to almonds, citrus or stonefruit Price: $295,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

15 Myall St,

$175pw

3 b/r brick home close to schools and plaza, r/c split system air cond, combustion heater, carport and garage.

52 Sims Parade,

$170pw

Renovated 3 b/r home, freshly painted throughout, reverse cycle split system air conditioning, built-in robe to main, ceiling fans, carport, rear pergola, shedding.

16C Ral Ral Ave,

$160pw

Neat & Tidy 2 b/r rural cottage, ducted air conditioning, gas heating, pergola, garage.

7/165 Eighteenth St,

$150pw

Renovated 2 b/r unit, centrally located, r/c split system, BIR, carport, garden shed, private fenced yard.

“Peace of Mind�

Property Management Phone: 8586 6433

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Community Events File Jan 13 - Jan 20 Thursday, January 13

Tuesday, January 18

• Holiday Adventures in the Barmera Uniting Church Hall, 10am to 11.30am. Children 0-7 years and their Mums. Games, activities, stories, music and coffee and chat. Phone 8583 2325.

• Hot aussie summer school holiday fun at the Barmera Library. Emu’s and Platypus’ this week at 2pm. Phone 8588 2872.

Friday, January 14 • Barmera community market at Pioneer Park Barmera 8am till noon. Fresh fruit and vegetables, craft, herbs, hot food available. Phone 0428 152 235. • Kids holiday craft days, $5 per child, 10am till 12 noon. Contact Crystal Greenwood for more information. Phone 8584 1598. Saturday, January 15 • Mardi Gras Ambassador Callie Nickolai, fundraising event at the Loxton Football Club. Quiz night starting at 7:30. $10 per person, light supper included. • Riverland Farmers Markets, 7.30am 11.30am. Crawford Terrace, Berri. Sunday, January 16 • P.S industry will be steaming at 11 12.30pm and again at 1.30 - 3.00pm. Devonshire morning and afternoon tea included. Phone 8586 6704 for bookings. Tuesday, January 18 • Barmera Monash Charity Bingo in ad of Cobby Masters

• Pike Implementation plan community meeting, Lyrup community club, 5pm 7pm. RSVP by Jan 14 to Renee Thompson on 0428 191 827. • Riverland Gem and Mineral Club inc. Tuesday afternoon work shop in glossop. 3.00 - 5.30pm, for more information and directions phone Dennis 8582 3430. • Rainbow Connection, Mental health Activity and Resource Centre 9 - 11 Seekamp St, Berri. Drop in for a coffee and a chat, 1pm - 4pm anyone welcome. Phone 8582 5366. Wednesday, January 19 • Rainbow Connection, Mental health Activity and Resource Centre 9 - 11 Seekamp St, Berri. Guest speaker - Trevor Luzuk (Adelaide) will be providing information about changes to the mental health act, its effect on carers and individuals 11am-1pm. All members are welcome. Phone 8582 5366. Thursday, January 20 • Holiday Adventures, for children 0 - 7 and their mums! Barmera Uniting Church hall at 10am - 11.30am. Phone 8583 2325 for more information.

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

Location and quality I

DEALLY located just a short walk from schools and in easy access of both the Renmark Plaza and town centre shopping. This three bedroom solid construction home has a sparkling near new kitchen with central workbench and heaps of cupboard space and a spacious modern bathroom with spa bath and pivot

door shower. opening onto the rear Polished timber floors garden. in the dining and lounge The shed will suit most areas add to the appeal. handymen, with sliding Outdoor living is well door access from the rear catered for with a large laneway, concrete floor paved pergola across the workshop area and ample rear of the home providing room for car and boat. a spacious undercover 3 1 1 TOWN area on the shady side Contact of the home, 168 Seventeenth St Ray White Renmark Price $220,000 Mark Cresp Inspect By Appointment 0417 883 892 RLA 147968


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$

224,500

2AMCO

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$

160,000

h'5.$!-!).v

$/5",%"2)#+(/-%#,/3%4/2)6%2 Wonderful family home located minutes from the Mighty Murray River on 1294m² and only a short distance from Primary School and a public boat ramp. 3 good sized bedrooms all with built in robes. Main bedroom has a split system reverse cycle airconditioner. In excess of 22,700 litres of rainwater storage providing option of rain or river water to the house. 5.4m x 5m shed complete with power and pit is the ideal spot to tinker on that project and park the car out of the weather.

$

380,000

7AIKERIE

With the river flowing fast and free, now is the ideal time to head off on your very own river adventure, with the river in partial flood you’ll visit places you wouldn’t normally be able to access. Fully self contained with 3 cabins, solar power, generator and 130hp Volvo inboard diesel engine, this versatile boat is a monohull which adds to the appeal. Currently moored at Renmark. HX 194S

-URBKO

245,000

$

&!.4!34)#/00/245.)49 This stylish open plan holiday home has its own water view due to the high river, with two good sized bedrooms spacious lounge and dining room. It has access to the boat ramp and reserve in Murbko. Its already been freshened up outside, there is however room for you to put your personal stamp on it. Be early at this price.

4()3(/-%(!3)4!,, This lovely spacious home with such original features as high ceilings, leadlight windows, terracotta tiled roof and that sort after character so hard to find these days. Entertainment areas, large formal dining room and huge windows offering extensive River Murray views. Situated in a huge 2959 square metre just five minutes drive from the Waikerie, undercover garaging for six cars, workshop, ten person spa, patio swimming pool.

$

85,000

7AIKERIE

3WAN2EACH

75,000

$

"53((/,)$!9'%4!7!9 Located near Swan Reach is this very interesting property, firstly the size being approx 238 ha (588 acres) , so it isn’t small, but the most interesting part is the incredible amount of bushland located on and around the property. So if you are an avid camper, keen bird watcher or just love nature enquire today to find out more.

7UNKAR

$

46,500

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

2!)."/7 Enjoy the River in style with this lovely vessel set up for instant enjoyment. Open plan living areas, family room at the front, large bedroom with an upstairs cabin and room for a sundeck. Barbeque out the back or lounge out the front – you choose!

7AIKERIE

$

119,000

This home has all the answers for the modern family, close to school, close to river, 5 minutes from town, fully fenced rear yard ,3 bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, lounge room and family room – undercover entertaining area, carports and lockable shed. Be early!

An exciting opportunity to acquire a quaint 3 bedroom cottage with formal lounge and open plan kitchen area. Outdoor entertaining 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.

-ORGAN

$

394,972

'OOD(OPE,ANDING $145,000

2)6%26)%73 Potential home site 2630m2 vacant land available at Good Hope Landing. Peaceful sought after area with river views available from above the cliff where your dream home can be constructed. Phone and electricity services nearby. Inspect now.

s7ANTEDs 4(2%%"%$2//-"2)#+(/-% Mr & Mrs C missed out on a 3 bedroom brick home in Waikerie around the $145,000 mark, can you help?

,!.$!2/5.$#!$%,,!2%!

!"%44%2(/-%4(!.4()3n)$/.44().+3/ Luxurious living with 4 bedrooms – master suite with walk in robe and ensuite, 3 additional bathrooms, formal lounge, dining room/meals and family room, undercover parking, lockable boat storage with an indoor pool on 11.4 acres of land. Inspect to be impressed.

...”Thankyou so very much for all your help & making my first “buying” come true. Thankyou again...” Renee Jonker

7AIKERIE

149,900

$

7(!4!0!#+!'% 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. Open plan living at its best with easy access to all living zones including the outdoor entertaining areas. All the bedrooms are thoughtfully decorated and well laid out. Rarely do homes have bathrooms this large. The attention to detail is impressive as is the location, only minutes to town and the Riverfront.

-ORGAN

119,900

$

$/.4-)334(%"/!4 This property provides the ideal base for your summer of skiing fun! Situated close to the river with distant views, is over 1400m2 of land. The hard work is done with a 9m x 7m steel framed shed, set up as a weekender with bathroom, toilet, kitchen even air conditioning. There's room for further development - when you choose.

WAIKERIE

245,000

$

0/3)4)/.!02)/2)49 Three bedrooms, open plan kitchen dining lounge. A double car garage and a lockable shed. Also there is a paved entertaining area with a low maintenance yard. Currently tenanted at $190.00 per week

Set in a peaceful location, just 50m to the Tavern is an ideal retreat on two titles with a 9m x 6m steel framed shed with functional bathroom combustion heating and evaporative air conditioning. A $ 7AIKERIE 175,000 Viscount caravan is negotiable to provide sleeping accommodation. 15!,)49!.$#(!2!#4%2(/-% All of this is only 28 kms to the river (!.$).(!.$ at Loxton. If you crave peace and An amazing home on a large block tranquillity but the budget is tight only minutes to the river - sounds here is your alternative. good? There is too much on offer $ 2AMCO 199,750 to tell you about - you will need to inspect this one to appreciate it.

15%34)/.!.37%2%$

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Look what our clients say about us

We have potential buyers looking for land of more than 10 acres in the Cadell area, if you can help please call one of our sales consultants today on 8541 2777

THE MARSCHALL FAMILY

7AIKERIE

209,900

$

%6%.-/2%!00%!,).' An opportunity to aquire a 2 year old all steel home with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, on over an acre of land all 5 minutes from town. Would suit a growing family with front and rear decks, room for the pets as well.

#ADELL

139,500

$

#/-&/24!",%(/,)$!9/2 0%2-!.%.4(/-% Only about 5 minutes drive from a large lawned reserve and boat ramp, offering a undercover area to store 2 ski boats connected to cars or have a party. Together with a 9m x 6m lock up garage, undercover barbeque area, separate games room is a well presented three bedroom air conditioned home.

7AIKERIE

139,900

$

#/44!'%(/-%#,/3%4/4/7. Two Bedroom Cottage on 733m2 fully fenced yard. Property is centrally located within walking distance to the Main Street and the Mighty Murray River. Large shed with access from rear lane suitable for storage or workshop. This property may surprise and has many options - Investment, First Home, Holiday home it is your choice.

3UNLANDS

109,500

$

!&&/2$!",%!,4%2.!4)6% Houses at this price are scarce when you consider what is on offer. 3300m2 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.

7AIKERIE

$

160,000

3/,)$(/-%).#%.42!, ,/#!4)/. Located on the high side of the street with views over Waikerie, 2 bedroom stone home located a short walk from Town Centre, Hotel, Schools and Sporting Facilities. The bedrooms and lounge room have Split System Reverse Cycle Airconditioners in them to provide adequate climate control through Summer and Winter. Behind the house is a 10m x 4 m shed with concrete floor, lights and power. Start the New Year with a New Address.

7AIKERIE

169,990

$

#%.42!,,9,/#!4%$"2)#+(/-% Close to main street, medical facilities, schools and sporting facilities set on 961m2 block. Fourth bedroom or office available depending on individual needs. Large shed with concrete floor, lights and power provides numerous opportunities. Ample under-cover parking behind the security of a remote controlled roller door. Fully enclosed rear yard.

40,000

$

7AIKERIE

0)#+9/52/7. 4.22Ha or 10 acres of Navels with duel sealed road frontage. These mature trees are income producing and are watered via under tree sprinklers. Would lend itself to redevelopment. 1 meg of water included.

"LANCHETOWN $439,000 02)34).%2)6%2&2/.4 An idyllic riverfront home, perfect set up for dual families with downstairs fully equipped kitchen including dishlex dishwasher, adjacent family room with sliding door to lower patio, large meals area and complete bathroom with toilet then go upstairs to second bathroom, toilet, second kitchen and formal lounge opening up to a undercover upstairs patio. 10m x 3.5m lock up garage.

7OOLPUNDA

295,000

$

/0%.30!#%3 A spacious family friendly 4 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms, lockable 20’ x 30’ All steel garage 84Ha or Over 200 acres of Freehold Land all only 2.6kms to the river with majestic cliff and valley views.

Serving the district from, 2 Coombe Terrace, Waikerie

s3PECIALs "LANCHETOWN

reduced to

395,000

$

$375,000

!&&/2$!",%2)6%2&2/.4

Now available in Riverbanks Estate is a 2 bedroom shack situated on the river. The shack has a bunk house (large enough for approx 7 people), open plan kitchen - dining. New colorbond shed with lights power and roller doors. Definitely a property to look out for if you are looking for something directly on the river.

7AIKERIE

reduced to

249,500

$

$244,500

252!,,)6).'#,/3%4/ 4/7. Four bedroom home located 2.5kms from Waikerie on 1.949 ha (4.82 acres). Main bedroom has built in robes all bedrooms & living areas are serviced by ducted evaporative airconditioner.12m x 6m shed with lights and power and is the ideal storage shed for vehicles, boat and caravan. Relax under the entertaining area after a hard days work and enjoy the peace and quiet of out of town living. Ability to re-instate property for irrigation use through C.I.T. is available if necessary.

7AIKERIE

reduced to

$

199,000

$194,900

#/.6%.)%.4,9,/#!4%$ #/44!'%(/-% Two bedroom Home on 1012m2 level block, located close to the river and walking distance to main street. Renovated inside with polished floor boards, updated kitchen and bathroom. Polished floorboards throughout living areas and bedrooms. Numerous options available ideal first home, investment, holiday home or base for those who wish to travel.

WAIKERIE

$

245,000

30!#)/53(/-% A rare property which offers flexibility, a stylish 3 bedroom home in a convenient location with side frontage onto Matthew Street. There is a formal lounge, open plan kitchen dining room, large carport and lockable shedding. There is the added benefit of a fully self contained 1 bedroom flat with rental potential for a family.

-ONASH

99,000

$

.!452%!4)43"%34 With approximately 30 acres of gorgeous natural scrub, you’ll be able to find the perfect spot to build your own secluded hide away. Only a few minutes from Berri and Monash, your privacy is still guaranteed.

s&OR2ENTs 7!)+%2)%0%27%%+ A neat two bedroom cottage in a very quiet location low maintence garden, with some lawn to mow.

7!)+%2)%0%27%%+ Two bedroom cottage in a rural location approx. Three km from Waikerie township. Low maintenance garden

SINCE 1920

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


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7AIKERIE

58,000

#/2.%2!,,/4-%.4 Situated on near level corner allotment with many options of house design and location, conveniently located close to child care facilities and large playground.

429,000

$

"RENDA0ARK

7!4#(4(%7!4%2&,/7 Elevated shack located in popular Brenda Park shack area next to a boat ramp. An existing structure is basic and comprises of 2 bedrooms, Kitchen, living area and bathroom. With some work this property could be turned into the “jewel” of Brenda Park. Ideal opportunity to enter in the holiday home market. Ring us to make an appointment to inspect.

239,750

$

7AIKERIE

$

-ORGAN

7AIKERIE

4(%5,4)-!4%#/2.%2",/#+ A spacious 3 bedroom home with extensive indoor and outdoor living areas, car parking for 5 cars, large verandahs on every side with totally independent living quarters all 5 minutes to river all on 2.2Ha or 5.2 acres of fenced freehold land make this a very appealing prospect.

3WAN2EACH

182,500

$

9%!22/5.$&5.

"LANCHETOWN

$

157,000

%.429,%6%,(/,)$!9(/-%

399,000

"LANCHETOWN

239,900

$

2)6%2&2/.4!'%-!$%%!39 An affordable entry level shack with 3 bedrooms, open plan living and a sandy ski beach. There is a licence for a jetty that is long gone, a lockable shed and easy access to the boat ramp.

Set only metres back from the River is the ideal weekend River Retreat or Getaway. This quaint ground level cottage has numerous endearing features from the open plan combustion heated kitchen, dining, lounge to the upstairs bunkhouse. There is a lockable garage, carport and room to store your boat although being this close to the boat ramp it will be in the water more than its on your trailer. These properties rarely come up so do not delay.

125,000

$

Perfectly located across the road from the Mighty Murray River on 433m² block of FREEHOLD land. Comfortable 2 bedroom holiday shack with open plan kitchen/ dining and living area. Unique opportunity to own land with great access to boat ramp and never have your view of the River interrupted. This could be the start of something big!!!

"LANCHETOWN$ %! (/,)$!9!,4%2.!4)6% When you look for something you never find 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.

2 Coombe Terrace 7!)+%2)%sPHONE

4AYLORVILLE

319,500

$

2)6%26)%73!##%33 This is arguably one of the best recreational properties you will find. Located at Weston’s Flat between Waikerie and Morgan lies 18.9Ha (46.7 acres) of Riverfront majesty. Set on two levels, this property is very unique. Cliff top is a large, flat and relatively open expanse. So water sports in the Summer and motor sports in Winter, Sounds good – doesn’t it?

-ORGAN

$

$

7AIKERIE

/00/245.)4)%3!"/5.$

(/53%"/!4

134,500

$

Are you looking for a property that can give you options? How about a property that lets you choose to live there or rent out? Well here is a wonderful 3 bedroom house that is well presented and currently has a tenant @ $180 per week. It’s a charismatic home that is close to shops downhill so no lugging milk & bread uphill, close to primary school and most importantly close to the River. Truly a wonderful home.

Maysun is ideally set up for a family with 3 cabins, evaporative air conditioning, 50 hp Mariner on board, comfortable living areas and a large rear swim deck. Moored at the Waikerie River front it’s being sold walk in walk out with the dinghy open for negotiation. Previously surveyed for hire purposes. ID Number: 11931

$

#ADELL

7!4%2!49/52&).'%24)03

WAIKERIE

30.13ha or 74 acres with a 3 or 4 bedroom home with formal lounge, open plan kitchen, dining area with numerous sheds. Other features excellent fences, water and solar power back up generators. Ideally suit animal lovers or recreational use as its only a short distance from the river.

3/,)$4(2%%"%$2//Solid three bedroom home located in a quiet area on a 1012m2 allotment with a fully fenced rear yard. Centrally located kitchen complete with modern appliances ensures you are still part of the family action while preparing meals. Ducted reverse cycle airconditioning. Entertain friends and family under the large 10m x 6m outdoor entertaining area complete with power, lights, ceiling fans and outdoor speakers.

309,750

265,000

")' ",5%!.$ 7!)4).'&/29/5 Approximately 680m² of office space, storage and workshop area on a parcel of prime land with high exposure a short distance to Waikerie town centre. Customer lounge, large showroom, numerous offices and toilet facilities available. Large workshop area and storage space complete with outside undercover work bay, verandah and plenty of room for customer car parking. Call now to arrange a personal inspection.

58,000

$

7AIKERIEfrom

179,500

*!#+/&!,,42!$%3 Whether you want a holiday home or just a quiet place to live, this has to be of interest to you. A solid and spacious 3 bedroom brick home located in the township. Well presented inside and out, has a large rear yard and is fully fenced. For your vehicles, there is a carport under the main roof with a concrete floor and driveway plus a large lockable steel shed that also has that has a concrete floor. This property is definitely worth a look.

!'2%!4$%!,37%%4%2 Arguably the best value land in the Riverland is on offer. These serviced allotments vary from 4120m2 to 4671m2. Build your house or invest for the future.

(08) 8541 2777sAvailable 7 Days a week

Such convenience

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ONVENIENCE, it is such a simple thing to want to make our own lives easier. Yet it is so deceptively hard that many people do not know where to start. Here is a good place to start (pun intended), a home close to services. A three bedroom stone home is located so close to everything Waikerie has, you

WAIKERIE

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will not even need a car when you move in. Shops a five minute walk at most. The Hospital is about the same distance away. Schools? It is so close to the Waikerie Primary School you can wave to your children – when they are playing with their friends at lunch time. As for the property itself,

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bedrooms are all air-conditioned, the yards are simple and easy to maintain. There is a 10metre by four metre shed with a concrete floor, lights and power. This really is an amazing property that is perfect for today’s young family. Call today to see for yourself.

2 Contact Marschall First National 8541 2777

13 Thompson Street Price $160,000 Inspect By Appointmnet RLA 47936

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18 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday January 13, 2011

Open

Saturday January 15th 10.00 - 10.30am

New Release

New Release

Reduced

BARMERA, 7/41 Queen Elizabeth Drive

BERRI, 4 Waltham Street

BERRI, 10 Viviancock Street

INVESTMENT OR HOLIDAY HOME

FAMILY HOME IN GOOD LOCATION

EXCELLENT HOME IN TOP LOCATION

Price: $155,000 Internet: 3C5FD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Price: $199,000 Internet: 334FD7

This weatherboard home comprises of 4 bedrooms, 2 with builtins, carpeted throughout, wall air conditioning and wood heater. Plenty of cupboard space in the kitchen, tiled bathroom, separate toilet, carport, all on a large block with rear lane access.

1 bedroom strata titled unit, free standing in a group situated on Lake Bonney Barmera. Comprising kitchen/living area, tiled bathroom, separate laundry & garage. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Price: $92,000 Internet:

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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. Mobile: 0431

488 538

Saturday January 15th 10.45 - 11.15am

ED REDUC

New Release BARMERA, 3/13 Scott Avenue

BERRI, 64 Zante Road

BARMERA

CENTRAL POSITION

AFFORDABLE CORNER BLOCK

VINE PROPERTY

Price: $175,000 Internet:3CFFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Price: $148,000 Internet: 36SFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Price: $149,000

Modern 2 bedroom unit in great position. Good sized open plan kitchen/dining & lounge, reverse cycle air conditining and ceiling fans in both bedrooms. Small enclosed back yard, separate garage and small garden shed.

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Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Three bedroom home on corner lot. Side entrance to the garage/ workshop. Good sized block. Neat throughout with lounge, kitchen, tiled bathroom. At present tenanted on a fixed term until 2010. Suit first home buyer or investor.

Small vine property, approx. 10 acres planted to Shiraz, Colombard and Gordo. Drip irrigation. CCW contract. 31 meg water. Large shed & tractor. Selling with crop. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Saturday January 15th 11.30 - 12.00noon

ED REDUC MONASH, Cnr. Highway & Bollenhagen Roads

BERRI, 5/11 Coneybeer Street

BERRI, 3/7 Guy Street

1ST HOME OR OUT OF TOWN LIVING

GREAT INVESTMENT

DELIGHTFUL UNIT

Situated just outside of Monash on 10 acres of land is this small 2 bedroom home with loads of shedding, room to move and 35 megs of water. The property has 300 orange trees – could be looked after or pulled out! Great position. Price: $185,000 Internet: 3CDFD7

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Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

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 $135 488 538

Price: $89,000

Cream brick strata title unit in small group of 3. Elevated position, with 2 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/living areas, air conditioning, carport and shed plus private rear yard. Low maintenance, neat presentation and tenanted.

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

Price: $115,000 Internet: 2XEFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Saturday January 15th 12.15 - 12.45pm

BERRI, 10 Derrick Street

LOVEDAY, Cnr. Thiele & Wilkinson Roads

BERRI, 17 Trenaman Crescent

PRIME LOCATION

GIVE YOURSELF SOME SPACE

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.

If you are looking to move out of town on a bit of land, then this could be the one! Situated on 2.5 acres this solid brick home which has lots on offer. 4 bedrooms with walkin robe and ensuite to master bedroom, bedroom 2 also has built-ins

CLASSIC INVESTMENT

Price: $225,000 Internet: 3AUFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Price: $235,000 Internet: 3C5FD7

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

An opportunity to purchase this brick duplex in great location. Featuring 3 bedrooms, kitchen overlooking meals area, carpeted throughout, r/c air conditioning, fenced yard. Rented at $160 p.w – represents excellent return. 488 538

Price: $125,000 Internet: 3BVFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

FOR LEASE

FOR LEASE

BERRI

BERRI, 3 Vaughan Terrace

BERRI, William Street

FOR LEASE - SHOWROOM PREMISES

FOR LEASE

COMMERCIAL BUILDING BERRI

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

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Substanital Building with frontage to Vaughan Terrace Berri. Approx. 1041 s.m. shop premises in prominent position. Showroom/office/warehouse. Toilets, shower, lunch room. At present occupied as a retail tyre outlet. High exposure site. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Substantial building, approx. 300 square metres. Leased 5 + 5 years. Excellent returns. Price: $475,000. Internet: 3CHFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304


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RENTAL PROPERTIES BERRI PROPERTIES 3 SHADDOCK STREET

Price: $180

PW

3 bedroom home, air conditioning, large enclosed yard and back verandah. Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756 Price: $185

17 FENWICK ROAD

PW

Newly renovated 3 bedroom home, wir in main bedroom, 2 bathrooms, new kitchen, 2 x split system air conditioners, double carport and garage. Situated in prime position close to Plaza and Tafe. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

68B ZANTE ROAD

Price:

$

MONASH PROPERTIES

18 PADMAN COURT

Price: $310

PW

3 bedroom home on land, large kitchen and lounge with r/c air con. Enclosed rear verandah and enclosed yard with excellent fencing.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

4/2 MORTIMER DRIVE

Price: $145

2 bedroom unit, ideally positioned on a corner allotment. Features large living area and well maintained gardens.

Price: $145

1/5 GRENACHE AVE

PW

Large 2 bedroom unit close to shops and medical, new kitchen, r/c air conditioning, carport. & large garden shed.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Price: $240

9/86 JAMES AVENUE

Price: $130

PW

2 bedroom brick unit across from River, great position, close to shopping, r/c air conditioning. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

2 bedroom modern brick unit in good location – walk to shops/hospital/school, built-in robes, r/c, secure back yard, roller door carport.

3A MAGAREY STREET

RENMARK PROPERTIES

PW

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

145 PW

CNR. STURT HIGHWAY & BOLLENHAGEN ROADS Price: $170 PW

4 bedroom home, 2 living areas, ducted evaporative air conditioning and r/c split system. Master b/r with walk-in robe & ensuite. Huge undercover entertaining area, native gardens, double carport .

6/165 18TH STREET

Price: $145

PW

2 bedroom brick unit in quiet area conveniently located near Plaza and schools, spacious interior, wide verandah for entertaining, cooling, carport.

Excellent home in top location

B

RICK and tiled family home in excellent condition featuring three 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.

BERRI

3

10 Viviancock St

Price $199,000 Inspect By appointment

1

2 Contact LJ Hooker Berri Sue Wurth 0431 488 538

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Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429 PW

3 bedroom brick home in desirable area of Berri close to TAFE and shops. Open plan kitchen, dine & lounge, lock up garage, enclosed yard, evaporative cooling & gas heating. Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

Price: $180

5 KUNOTH STREET

PW

2 bedroom brick home with heating & cooling. Good sized kitchen / dine with lounge room, bath plus shower and second shower out in the rumpus / third bedroom. A double garage and enclosed yard. Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

RAPID 1664 CHOWILLA ST

Price: $180

PW

Three bedroom home on large attotment. Split system heat/cool, gallery kitchen, small laundry and bathroom with sep. toilet. Wide rear verandah and open shedding in back yard and carport at front Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

2 ROSENTHAL DRIVE

Price: $245

PW

3 bedroom modern brick home near primary school on corner position. Enclosed yard, wide back verandah and r/c air conditioning. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

8 & 9/11 CONEYBEER ST Price: $135 PW

1 bedroom partly furnished unit, incl. fridge & bedding, in desirable area of Berri. Walk to town centre, plaza. Split system, carport. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

70A DERRICK STREET

Price: $185

PW

1/4 SULTANA STREET

Price: $170

WINKIE PROPERTIES

PW

2 bedroom unit with good sized lounge, dine with kitchen through slide door with small courtyard at rear of property. Separate shower & bathroom. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

U 2/ SEC 219 WINKIE RD

9 FARMER STREET

Price:

Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

KOM PROPERTIES

145 PW

Partly furnished. 2 bedroom units in desirable location, large spacious living areas, built-in robe in main, r/c air conditioning, carport, enclosed courtyard areas.

2 bedroom home with separate dining and modern kitchen. R/C heating/cooling cover the large living areas, walk through vanity area to bathroom with bath and separate shower, fenced and low maintenance gardens. & large garden shed.

Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

9 & 10/41 QED

Price:

$

125 PW

$

One bedroom home with open plan lounge, dine & kitchen. Bathroom has shower only. Wide verandah with rain water tank. Good sized carport and garden shed.

BARMERA PROPERTIES $

Price:

BLOCK 57, RIVER TCE

Price: $150

PW

3 bedroom home on land close to river, enclosed yard, r/c air conditioning, outdoor entertaining area including fernery. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

LOXTON PROPERTIES

100 PW

1 bedroom unit, built in robe, open plan living, shower only in bathroom, carport, R/C air-conditioning, No pets.

3/40 FIRST STREET

Price: $140

PW

2 bedroom stylist unit in small group, built-in robes, open living area, cooling, small garden, off street parking. Contact: Michelle Phone: one:0400 299 429

All rentals can be viewed on the ljhooker.com or realestate.com.au websites.

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HOME OME INSPECTIONS O SPECTIONS P CTIONS ONS O NS Saturday, January 15, 2011 BARMERA 10.00 - 10.30 am 7/41 Queen Elizabeth Drive LJ Hooker 10.45 - 11.15 am 3/13 Scott Avenue LJ Hooker 3.00 - 4.00 pm Sect 520 Hunt Road Ray White Berri

BERRI 9.00 - 10.00 am

Phone: 8582 2744

Contact: Iris or Michelle

COMMERCIAL LEASING BERRI, HUGHES STREET Large shop/warehouse office space available. Approx. 180 sqm Modern fixtures, kitchen & toilet. Recently traded as a security business. Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

LOXTON, EAST TERRACE

Large premises, corner position divided into 3 offices plus reception area. Air conditioned, storeroom, kitchen & toilets. Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304 RENMARK

BERRI, WILLIAM STREET

Approx 70 m2. Corner shop, a/c, kitchen, toilet, available now. Long lease, $450 per month plus GST and outgoings, parking at rear Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304 LOXTON, EAST TERRACE

Approx 170m2 large shop premises, in prime location in centre business district, suit retail or offices. a/c, kitchen, toilet facilities, available soon. lease negotiable. Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304 RENMARK, RENMARK AVENUE

Large modern shop in arcade. Prominent position. r/c air conditioning, kitchen, storage. Parking. Suit retail etc. Rent & lease negotiable.

Large shop premises, suit offices or retail, high traffic area in prime location. a/c, kitchen, toilet, parking at rear, available now, lease negotiable.

Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

Contact: Iris Ph:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

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List

7 Cawse Drive Ray White Berri 10.30 - 11.30 am 3B Hart Street Ray White Berri 12.15 - 12.45 pm 10 Derrick Street LJ Hooker

LOVEDAY 12.00 - 1.00 pm 1.30 - 2.30 pm

Lot 100 Yeo Road Ray White Berri Sect 802 Loveday Road Ray White Berri

MONASH 11.30 - 12.00 pm Cnr Hwy & Bollenhagen Rds LJ Hooker

FOR FO O R THIS WEEK

Saturday, January 15, 2011 RENMARK 11.30 - 12.00noon Seventh Street Ray White Renmark 11.30 - 12.00noon Railway Terrace Ray White Renmark 12.30 - 1.00 pm Brewarrina Street Ray White Renmark

WAIKERIE 9.30 - 10.30 am

1630 Devlins Pound Road Ray White Waikerie 12.00 - 12.30 pm Lot 100 Devlins Pound Rd Ray White Waikerie 12.00 - 12.30 pm 21 Peake Terrace Ray White Waikerie

Sunday, January 16, 2011 LOXTON 12.20 - 1.30 pm

RENMARK

2.00 - 3.00 pm

9.30 - 10.00 am

3.30 - 4.30 pm

Kulkyne Street Ray White Renmark 10.30 - 11.00 am 224 Twentyfirst Street Ray White Renmark 10.30 - 11.00 am 199 Seventeenth Street Ray White Renmark

230 Alamein Avenue Ray White Loxton 1700 Bookpurnong Road Ray White Loxton 4 Wetherall Road Ray White Loxton

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.


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

Berri

new release

open

3b Hart Street Home is where the Hart is! sAn enchanting residence that will fully impress inside and out sAlready at a fabulous street address, with Mt sGambier Lime Stone façade sIdeal ďŹ rst home or perfect for the retirees, located in a quiet street sFoyer entry has stunning leadlight feature, which leads into the easy access oor plan sCentral tiled bathroom, toilet and laundry sEasy to maintain gardens, allows more time to enjoy the ďŹ ner things in life sCurrently rented with excellent weekly returns s2 bedrooms great sized rooms complete with window furnishings & carpet sDucted evaporative cooling and gas heating Open: Sat Jan 15, 10.30am – 11.30am Price: $190,000 Internet ID: 545074 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Berri

new release

32 Gilbert Street A Dollar Wise Investment! sGreat for the ďŹ rst home buyer or keen investor sSituated in the core of Berri, walking distance to CBD or Plaza s3 well sized carpeted bedrooms, and polished oor boards throughout sSpacious deep allotment, Rear & side lane access, Concreted shed & paved entertaining area Price:$128,000 Internet ID: 541578 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Berri

10 Verran Terrace Just a Grand Gentleman’s Residence Awaiting Applause! s3OLIDHOMEWITHHIGHLOFTYCEILINGSONAND ASTONISHINGMBLOCKs%STABLISHEDON a elevated site capturing wonderful views of BerriTOWNSHIPs"OASTINGSOLID*ARRAHTIMBER mOORBOARDSTHROUGHOUTTHEHOMEs'ENEROUS sized living areas with combustion heating plus RC AC, evap cooling for four season CLIMATECONTROLs3CARYLITTLEGIRLINHALLWAY s3TUNNINGBLACKWOODTIMERKITCHEN WITH super market walk in pantry wall oven + BENCHCOOKTOPs2EARSUNROOMWITHSECOND TOILETs4WOBAYCARPORTPLUSLARGEHIGHROOFED lockable sheddding with concrete oor and POWERs2EARBITUMENROAd access into SHEDDINGs/UTSTANDINGSIZEDBEDROOMS PLUSOFlCEWITHEXTERNALACCESSs(ISTORIC Residence just ready and ripe for restoration to its former glory

open

7 Cawse Drive A cawse to get lost in space s,ARGEMALLOTMENTWITHQUALITYSQUAREEXECUTIVEFAMILY RESIDENCEs3PACIOUSWELLEQUIPPEDKITCHENOVERLOOKINGTHETILED mOORFAMILYROOMs-ASTERBEDROOMWITH%NSUITE 7)2PLUSOTHER SLEEPINGZONESs&ANTASTICEXPANSIVEENTERTAININGAREAFORDAYTODAY dining or exuberant parties Price: $389,000 Open: Sat Jan 15, 9.00am – 10.00am Internet ID: 489596 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Price: $380,000 - Internet ID: 530170 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Price: $550,000 - Internet ID: 534777 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Price: $215,000 - Internet ID: 537771 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Berri

new release

10A Derrick Street Luxurious, Low Maintenance Living! s,UXURIOUSBEDROOMRESIDENCEWITHLOWMAINTENANCESURROUNDS s-ASTERBEDROOMWITH7)2 %NSUITE VANITYANDWALLMIRROR s,ARGEINSIDEOUTDOORLIVINGAREAS s+ITCHENWITHLARGEWALKINPANTRY s2#3PLITSYSTEMSGIVEULTIMATECLIMATECOMFORT Price: $330,000 Internet ID: 00000000 Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Greg Cram

13 Cooper Street A home that has it all sA very tidy, well maintained 3 bedroom family home is set on a large corner allotment and enjoys an elevated view over the recreational grounds across the road. sFeaturing Ducted A/C, fresh paint, a bright open plan kitchen / living area, bathroom with separate shower and bath Price: $175,000 Internet ID: 529734 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Dave Kanizay

Bronte Manuel

Berri

Berri

Winkie

21 Fuller Rd Land of Opportunity! sUninterrupted water & scenic country views s 1 acre allotment s CIT Water, ETSA & Telstra Connections on site sBitumen frontage ANDAGENTLEUNDULATINGPARCELOFLANDs#OMPACTEDHOUSEPAD ready to establish your dream s FulďŹ l your dream & choose your own builder, choose your style- the choice is yours Price: $130,000 Internet ID: 548020 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

20 Crawford Terrace Character Filled Villa sProminently positioned in the heart of Berri sFantastic for the ďŹ rst home buyers, retirees, or investor sThe updated main bathroom features shower alcove, bath, toilet & vanity sThe 3 sleeping zones have carpet underfoot, while bedrooms 1 & 2 are huge in size with the master having both WIR & modern ensuite Price: $220,000 Internet ID: 512770 Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Lot 3 Dalziel Road Rural Retreat s Privately set back off the bitumen frontage, amongst over 16 acres of natural scrub land s This north-east aspect home has been strategically built to combat the Riverland climate & embrace its peaceful nature friendly surrounds. sSLEEPINGZONESMASTERWITH WIR & newly built ensuite Price: $310,000 Internet ID: 534718 BRONTE MANUEL 0439 828 882

Greg Cram

new release

1 Malaga Terrace It’s a Charmer on the Terrace! s 3 bedder bungalow home with full length verandah & columns on the façade s Large living lounge with entry to a hallway of bedrooms and extra zones sSpacious kitchen, eat-in dinette with external access onto full length verandas%STABLISHEDIN LOCATIONIS perfect on a slightly elevated site & corner location

Greg Cram

Berri

3EC$ISTILLERY2OAD Lavish the Luxury & Indulge! sA gorgeous fun-ďŹ lled residence with outstanding views s Established on just over 2 acres overlooking the town of Monash sBest of both worlds – located between Monash & Berri sStylish kitchen with Blackwood Timber, black marble look benchtops sSurprising secrets & intimate spaces in the amazing oor plan s/RNATELIGHTING throughout the home & French off tiled oor living areas sAttractive Sydney cove cornices to the high ceilings & lead light entry into foyer sBEDROOMSPLUSSTUDY EACHWILL")2S and the Master sFabulously fashionable in design, dĂŠcor and so impressionable sInground swimming pool beside the amazing sandstone paved entertaining area sNew 3 bay colourbond shedding with roller doors s Roaming green grassed garden

Sec 535 Gogel Road Own & Occupy your Holiday Retreat? sSCHARACTERSTYLESOLIDCOTTAGEWITHWIDEVERANDAHSTHATWRAP the home sGreat country outlook with elevated scenic valley views s Close proximity to the Murray River, general store, bottle & Moorook Club sPerfect holiday retreat or romatic haven for the couple looking for peace and tranquility Price: $145,000 Internet ID:509323 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Berri

Berri

Moorook

10 Huckstepp Court HUCKSTEPP & JUMP INTO YOUR NEW HOME! sSecure this great value quality home, in a fabulous and prestige court location s Impeccably presented family residence allowing you to enjoy a relaxed lifestyle s Inside is a calm ambience of soft tones designed with style and individuality s Welcoming tiled entrance introduces you to a spacious and open plan living layout Price: $299,000 Internet ID: 540777 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Greg Cram

Monash

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Greg Cram

Greg Cram

Loxton North

Loxton

Berri !ITKEN3TREET HONEY! WE SHRANK THE PRICE! s,OCATEDINONEOF"ERRISFAVORITENEIGHBOUR ADDRESSSs3OLIDBEDROOMBRICKTILEHOME boasting endless potential for the owner OCCUPIERORINVESTORs%ACHSLEEPINGZONE is large with the master bedroom featuring ANENSUITEWALL WALL mOOR CEILING")2Ss Multiple glass sliding doors allow the large lounge to become as open plan or as private ASYOUWISHs4HEKITCHENHOSTSAMPLE cabinetry along with a generous sized dinette s4HEMASTERBATHROOMHASmOORWALL TILES SHOWER BATHVANITYs,ANDSCAPED low maintenance surrounds wrap the home FORADDEDBEAUTYs5NDERCOVERFULLLENGTH verandah with concrete oor for ultimate OUTSIDEENTERTAININGs#ARPORT5-2FORCAR accommodation Price: $239,000 Internet ID: TBA BRONTE MANUEL 0439 828 882

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3 Eringa Avenue IT’S BLUE AND JUST FOR YOU! s A fantastic family home on a corner allotment s New kitchen with all the modern conveniences s Three to four bedrooms, each with built-in robes sDucted & zoned reverse cycle air-conditioning sHigh colorbond fencing & pet friendly backyardsIn-ground pool for splash and play s Great shedding both large and small Price: $224,000 Internet ID: 539386 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Bronte Manuel

Home opens

Bronte Manuel

are a great way to build your dreams, you never know what you’ll ďŹ nd if you don’t take the time.

Greg Cram

230 Alamein Ave Nothing more to do than enjoy the lifestyle! sLarge country living home nestled on one acre with plenty of room to play sSweeping valley views provide an amazing outlook from the rear of the homesTwo living areas with a tiled oor sunroom and R/C A/C s"OASTINGBEDROOMSWITHCARPETUNDERFOOTANDWITH walk in robe Open: Sun Jan 16, 12.30 - 1.30pm Price: $195,000 Internet ID: 504727 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

open Visit Vi it one of our Open Homes this week


Loxton

new release

We dont just meet your expectations, we exceed them

+AESLER3TREET New paint, new carpet & trouble free living s!VERYTIDYBEDROOMHOMEWITHAFRESH coat of paint and new carpets in the lounge and 3 bedrooms while the spacious kitchen and heavy trafďŹ c areas all have lino oor COVERINGSs#LEANANDTIDYBATHROOMWITH SEPARATESHOWERANDBATHs4HEMASSIVELEVEL allotment offers plenty of room for shedding and space for the kids to play. A rainwater tank, rear verandah, a secure back yard and carport complete this affordable package. s"EITFORARENTALORYOUROWNRESIDENCE this is the perfect home for those who DONTHAVETHETIMETORENOVATEs2ECENTLY tenanted at $175.00 per week and with good demand for rentals in Loxton, we can start advertising it for rent as soon as the contract is unconditional

ULTIMATE RIVER LIFESTYLE

Price: $149,500 Internet ID: 279467 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Loxton

+INGSTON2OAD s0OSSESSINGALMOSTMOFRAREWATERFRONT s Be enthused by the ski beach, boat ramp & expansive grass setting s Encompassing FENCEDACRES ALLOWINGROOMFORTHE motor bike, horse or stock s This stunningly RENOVATEDMAGAZINEWORTHYSBUNGALOW homestead features 12 foot ceilings, jarrah oors, & elegant light ďŹ ttings throughout s%ACHOFTHESLEEPINGZONESAREENORMOUS INSIZEWITH ALLBOASTING")2SsThe kitchen features contemporary high gloss cabinetry with soft close mechanisms, dishwasher & huge WIP sThick stone walls, return verandahs & extensively zoned 3 phase ducted A/C gives all year climate comfort s-ULTIPLEINDOOROUTDOORAREASBLEND together for the perfect social experience s%NDLESSAMOUNTSOFSHEDDINGSURROUNDING the property is sure to keep any man happy. Price: $660,000 Internet ID: 535200 BRONTE MANUEL 0439 828 882

Dave Kanizay

Loxton

new release

1276 Heinrich Road The great escape s3ETONRURALACRESANDLOCATEDONLY 20 minutes from Loxton, is this fantastic solid stone 5 bedroom home with bullnose verandahs and surrounded by large gum trees ANDNATIVESs&EATURINGLOFTYHIGHCEILINGS 5 large bedrooms, 3 with split system R/C !#SLARGELAUNDRYLOVELYHERITAGESTYLE BATHROOMPLUSASECONDBATHROOMCOUNTRY style kitchen with island bench and breakfast NOOKHUGELIVINGANDLOUNGEAREASWITH 3#HEATINGWIDEPASSAGEWAYSPAVED ENTERTAININGANDVEHICLESTORAGEAREA/UTSIDE AHUGEYEAROLDMXMXM SHEDGARDENSHEDSOLDPIGGERYOLDSTONE OUTHOUSECHOOKRUNS&ORDSON-AJOR4RACTOR 15000 gallons of rain water storage.

Bronte Manuel

Loxton

new release

9 Hilltop Road POSITION, POTENTIAL, PRICE! s"EAMAZEDATTHEPOTENTIALCAPITALGROWTH ATYOURlNGERTIPSs0ROMINENTLYPOSITIONED INONEOF,OXTONSFAVORITENEIGHBORHOOD ADDRESSS CLOSETOMAINSTREET MEDICAL RECREATIONALFACILITIESs3ITEDPROMINENTLYONA large corner allotment with provision for subDIVISION34#! s4HISDOUBLEBRICKTILEHOME stands structurally sound with an north east aspect & awaits your hint of personality s/FFERINGWELLSIZEDBEDROOMSWITHTHE MASTERFEATURING")2SENSUITEs#ENTRALLY located the kitchen has a host of cabinetry, ELECTRICAPPLIANCESANDENORMOUS7)0s4HE generous oor plan offers multiple living areas FORRESTPLAYs%LECTRICREMOTEGARAGEAND 20x 20 ft concrete & powered shed

Price: $295,000 Internet ID: 537483 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Price: $219,000 Internet ID: 546942 Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Dave Kanizay

Loxton

Loxton

new release

open

7ETHERALL2OAD It’s classic and fantastic s Absolutely perfect for the retirees plus the caravan & boat too! s Classic traditional 3 bedroom low maintenance home in great locale sMaster bedroom is large and has full length built-in robes sFully fenced yard with fruit trees and ornamentals sSpacious kitchen – open plan dinette with open invitation to lounge zone s Paved undercover entertaining area and fully fenced all round Price: $225,000 - Internet ID: 525117 Open: Sunday Jan 16, 3.30 - 4.30pm Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Loxton

open

1700 Bookpurnong Road A GEM OF A RESTORATION! s/NTHEFRINGEOF,OXTON AFABULOUSNEW born residence s,OVINGLYRESTOREDTOINDULGEMAXIMIZEITS full potential s.EWWIRING PLUMBINGIRONROOFWITHA contemporary lifestyle s)NSULATEDCORRUGATEDIRONWALLCLADDINGTHAT wraps the home s-ASTEREN SUITEWITHDUALSHOWERHEADSAND expansive WIR s&OURGREATSIZEDBEDROOMSTWOAMAZING copious living areas s'ALLEYKITCHENWITHALLTHEEXTRASREQUIREDIN todays world s!TTRACTIVECOFFEREDCEILINGINHUBOFHOME large dining zone Open: Sunday Jan 16, 2.00 - 3.00pm Price: $330,000 Internet ID: 548889 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Barmera

new release

23 Laffer Street AWESOME FUN FILLED EXECUTIVE FAMILY RESIDENCE! s'RACIOUS3PACIOUS"UNGALOW2ESIDENCE ATA"LUE2IBBON,OCALEs'ORGEOUSLIGHTlLLED interiors with inuential appointed furnishings s#LEARDIAMONDPATTERNEDLEADLIGHT&RENCH $OORSUPONENTRYs+INGSIZEDBEDROOMS plus study with host of built-in storage s"RILLIANTEXECUTIVEHOMEWITHFAMILYFRIENDLY mOORPLANs2EARLANEACCESSINTOCOLORBOND shedding plus twin driveway at the front s)NSPIRINGAMAZINGKITCHENWITHALLTHE EXTRASTHATYOUDEXPECT s#OURTYARDINCLUDES)NGROUNDSWIMMINGPOOL plus gas heated spa s*ARRAHmOORINGmOWSUNDERTHEDECORATIVE lighting that enhances the ambience

7a McEwen Drive Live a luxury lifestyle sHigh quality medallion enthused home, boasting a lifestyle set over 2 premium allotments s,OCATEDINONEOF,OXTONSMOSTCONVENIENT afuent sub-divisions s/NENTRANCECOFFEREDCEILINGS SPRAWLINGTILED walk ways & square pillar features gives a note of elegance & class s Fully landscaped in-ground automatic pool Price: $459,000 Internet ID:530584 Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Bronte Manuel

Barmera

Loxton

Greg Cram

BACK ON MARKET DUE TO CONTRACT FAILURE

Price: $145,000 Internet ID: 465685 Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

new release

Price: $228,000 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Loxton

31 Second Street Prosperous Potential s3OLIDOLDWORLDCHARACTERHOMEBURSTINGWITHPOTENTIALsLARGE sleeping zones & multiple living areas contribute to the easy ow oor PLANs,ARGEUNDERCOVERCARPORT SINGLEGARAGEREARLANEACCESS

Bronte Manuel

.ALARA!VE Stunning Executive Residance s This striking elevated courtyard home is perfect for the busy couple or retirees who are looking for a beautiful home without the hassle of maintaining a large garden. It will impress the most fastidious buyer with its great looks inside and out. Featuring a lovely kitchen with glass fronted overheads and breakfast bar

Greg Cram

Price: $510,000 Internet ID: 539571 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Bronte Manuel

Loveday

Barmera

Barmera

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20 Bruce Road LUXURIOUS FAMILY ENTERTAINER sFantastic family home with an un-matchable residential lifestyle sFeaturing 3 light ďŹ lled inside living & entertaining areas for your choice of rest or play s The kitchen hosts loads of oor & overhead cabinetry, breakfast bar & sprawling slate oors s!LLFOURSLEEPING zones are a generous size, the master featuring BIRs and ensuite Price:$420,000 - Internet ID: 539597 Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Lot 100 Yeo Road Nestled on the Ridge! sNeat & tidy, newly painted weatherboard home set amongst nature sThree bedrooms, each with carpets and curtain drapes s/PENPLAN kitchen, lounge & dining area with scenic window views s Freshly presented, ready to own and occupy sLarge veranda for quiet pondering moments & pergola s High 5 roof open bay shedding sPerfect haven for couple or perfect investment Price:$150,000 - Internet ID:529058 Greg Cram 0439 890 822 Open: Sat Jan 15, 12.00pm – 1.00pm

Bronte Manuel

Greg Cram Principal 0439 890 822

5NIT1UEEN%LIZABETH$RIVE Lapping it up at the Lake! sRight on the shores of beautiful Lake Bonney is this fantastic solid three bedder brick home sWill suit the ďŹ rst home buyer or keen investor that would like to add a water view property to their portfolio sInside the low maintenance dwelling, there are two living areas and three bedrooms s+ITCHENISDELIGHTFULWITHPINECABINETRY TILEDSPLASH backs Price: $130,000 - Internet ID: 531782 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Dave Kanizay Sales Consultant 0448 845 270

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Cary Hocking Sales Consultant 0488 414 460

520 Hunt Road The Hunt is over! s'REATBUYFORLIFESTYLEOWNERSLOOKINGFORAFARMLETs,ETTHEPONIES run wild on the 16 acres, or room to establish a go-cart track s0UTYOURPERSONALITYINTOTHEBEDDERHOMEBLENDEDWITHWARMTH CHARMCHARACTERs#REATETHEHOUSEINTOAHOMEWITHENDLESS potential Open: Sat Jan 15, 3.00pm – 4.00pm Price: $150,000 Internet ID: 520952 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


22 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday January 13, 2011

Barmera

Loveday

RLA 195714

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Barmera

2AWNSLEY2OAD Rub a Dub, Dub, - Lets Play in the Scrub! sHECTARESACRES OFNATURALBUSHLANDINOUTBACKCOUNTRY s%SCAPEGETAWAYFORMOTORBIKERIDING CAMPING NEARBYBOATING ANDlSHINGs!ROAMINGPADDOCKFULLOFDUSTANDDIRT FAUNAANDmORA s5NDULATINGGROUNDFORFUNPLAYANDSCRUBTOHIDEANDCAMP s#LOSETORIVERANDONTHERIDGEPROVIDINGENDLESSSIGHTS s"OUNDARYFENCESWITHENTRYGATEALLOWSPRIVACY SECURITYANDPLAY Price: $149,000 - Internet ID: 543009 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

,OTSEC3TURT(IGHWAY SPACIOUS & GRACIOUS BOTH INSIDE & OUT! sSuperior & Luxurious Executive Ranch Style Residence s5 Sprawling Acres of Room for You plus all Your Pets too s3TUNNING"LACKWOOD4IMBER+ITCHENWITHALLTHE4REATS sFour Generous Sized Bedrooms plus Separate Study

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Section 603 Gaskell Road Attitude Plus so Just Enjoy! s$ELIGHTFULTRANQUILHOMESETON–ACREWITHPERSONALITYPLUSFEATURESGALOREs3ETAMONGSTTALLLEMONSCENTEDGUMSOFFERINGSHADE s-ASTERBEDROOMHASENSUITE WALKINROBE OTHERBEDDERSCENTRAL TOBATHROOMTOILETs&ANTASTICUNDERCOVERENTERTAININGAREAs! wonderful lifestyle property on the edge of town Price: $265,000 Internet ID: 391916 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

3EC,OVEDAY2OAD Be persuaded by the price s3ETONžACRESJUSTMINUTESFROM"ARMERAs3HEDDING DOG PENSFULLYFENCEDREARYARDs,OUNGEHASNEWCARPET LARGEPICTURE WINDOWSs4HEKITCHENHASBREAKFASTBAROPENPLANDININGAREA s&RESHLYPAINTEDTHROUGHOUTTWORCSPLITSYSTEMSsCARPETED bedrooms w/ BIRs and adjacent bathroom Price: $170,000 Open: Sunday Jan 15, 1.30 - 2.30pm Internet ID: 219071 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

Barmera

Greg Cram

Greg Cram

Greg Cram

Renmark

Barmera

Price: $450,000 Internet ID: 105061418 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Sunlands

price review

Unit 15 Bonneyview Village s4WOBEDROOMRETIREMENTUNITSITUATEDCLOSETO,AKE"ONNEY sBEAUTIFULLYPRESENTEDWITHCARPETSWINDOWFURNISHINGSANDSHORT strolls to the main street for shopping and sporting facilities s2EVERSECYCLE!IRCONDITIONING ANDOPENPLANKITCHENDININGAND LOUNGEAREASs"UILTINSTOMOSTBEDROOMS s"EAUTIFULLYPRESENTEDWITHCARPETSWINDOWFURNISHINGSANDSHORT strolls to the main street for shopping and sporting facilities Price: $165,000 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

25 Scott Avenue Scoot onto Scott Avenue! sImpressive colorbond, brick veneer, 10 year old home on the avenue sFour bedder, master suite has huge WIR and lovely en-suite sGreat locale – close to medical & dental facilities and CBD s Hop, skip and jump to kindergarten or short stroll to school¡sTwo living areas plus outdoor gable roof entertaining patio Price:$365,000 Internet ID: 536984 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Greg Cram

)AN3HOWELL$RIVE Guilt Free Luxury sExecutive home with charm & immaculate presentation sIn a quiet LOCATIONAT2ENMARKSMOSTPOPULARADDRESS sCrafted landscape where you can retreat with a sense of privacy s Boasting timber oors which ow throughout living areas s Close to romantic walks along the banks of the Murray River Price: $395,000 Internet ID: 527986 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

+EENAN3TREET Entertainers delight s!FANTASTIC"2HOMEWITHENSUITEONALARGEMALLOTMENT sSolid timber kitchen with dishwasher and WIP, lounge and family rooms, Ducted A/C. s15m x 6m outdoor entertaining area, gas heated spa, good neighbour fencing, 10x6m shed.

Greg Cram

Dave Kanizay

Greg Cram

Waikerie

Renmark

Waikerie

155 Ral Ral Avenue HISTORIC HAZELDENE HOUSE s A rare opportunity to purchase & enjoy THISUNIQUEFAMILYHOMEs)DEALLOCATION ANDAMBIENCEWITHTHECULTUREOF2ENMARKS HISTORYs!NIDEALFAMILYHOMEWITHATOTALOF GENEROUSROOMSs!DJACENTTOSWIMMING pool, close to schools, shops and CBD s$OUBLEBRICKHOMESETONMREADY TORE DEVELOP3*#! s"OASTSLARGE bedrooms, 2 large ofďŹ ces with A/C, 2 rear SLEEPOUTSsHOUSEFEATURESSEPARATELOUNGE dining room, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets s4HISWONDERFULHOMEBOASTSCOSY lREPLACESWITH2#$UCTED!#s3PACIOUS rumpus room includes built-in bar, perfect for ENTERTAININGORGAMESROOMs,ARGEGARAGE storage area and secure backyard area for PETSWITHPLENTYOFROOMTOPLAYs!RAREAND SOUGHTAFTERHOMEWITHONLYOWNERSINITS year history!

OPEN TODAY: 9-10am prior to auction at 10am Waikerie

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21 Peake Terrace Perfectly presented 1920’s residence sTastefully renovated, lofty high ceilings, rich polished timber oorboards, 3 double sized b/rs.sMaster Bedroom with BIR, new ensuite & parents retreatsLounge room with S/C wood ďŹ re, Ducted A/C, modern kitchen, formal dining, family room Open: Sat Jan 15, 1.00 - 1.30pm Price: $317,000 Auction: Thursday 13th January 2011 @ 10am Internet ID: 452536 Internet ID:540149 - Greg Cram 0439 890 822 Dave Kanizay 0448 845 270

Greg Cram

Murbko

CafÊ on McCoy Ahoy, it’s CafÊ on McCoy! s4HISEVERPOPULAR#AF�WILLBEPERFECTLYSUITEDFORANOWNEROPERATOR ORTOBUYANDLEASEOUTs"EYOUROWNBOSSREAPTHEREWARDING income from this quality business renowned for its fantastic food s)DEALLYITWOULDSUITAFAMILYTHATWOULDHAVECOMMITTEDSIBLINGS to become wage earners or continue to employ the current staff Price: $120,000 plus SAV Internet ID: 3152056 Greg Cram 0439 890 822

Dave Kanizay

Waikerie

new release

Price: $265,000 Internet ID: 106001033 Dave Kanizay 0448845270

Greg Cram

Cadell

new release

new release

The Cod- Father Head for the high C’s Comfort...Companionship...Cruising sImmaculately presented. sThree main sleeping zones. sMain bedroom, complete with ensuite. sLarge front deck with built in barbeque. sPlenty of cool storage space to keep your drinks on ice. sLarge swim deck at the rear of the boat.

3EC'OVERNMENT2OAD Got a Weak End....Rest it Here! sSituated at Murbko between Morgan and Blanchetown on the eastern side of the River Murray. sSecluded location with established garden, huge shady trees.sViews of the river and with access to the water, sA simple stroll down to the bank of the river.

10 Strangman Road Up close and personal s4IMBERKITCHEN FASHIONEDFROM'OLDEN/AKWITHTILEDSPLASHBACKS polished jarrah ooring and plenty of storage and bench space for meal preparation. s Three bedrooms all carpeted and with built in robes and air conditioning ducts.

$UNK2OAD Rural escape! s3 Bedrooms s/PENPLANKITCHEN DININGANDLOUNGE sHuge acreage. sEstablished fruit trees. s/RNAMENTALEDIBLE vegetable garden. sPolished oorboards. s2EFURBISHED+ITCHEN sHuge shed/workshop. sPlenty more shedding.

Price: $295,000 Internet ID: 541070 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

Price: $179,000 Internet ID: 536147 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

Price: $235,000 Internet ID: 516475 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

Price: $219,000 Internet ID: 545320 Cary Hocking 0488 414 460

Cary Hocking

Cary Hocking

Taylorville

new release

open

1630 Devlins Pound rd A home with Exceptional Style sA spacious 1yr old, 3BR Spanish style home on a lovely quiet setting of 2.5acres with cool vverandahs, stunning Entertaining area and located close to the boatramp. The quality of ďŹ nish is second to none, featuring large OPENSPACES$UCTED2#!#LOUNGEWITH Gas Log ďŹ re, built in Bar and Ent unit with at SCREEN46STUDYAREAHUGEDININGAREAAND solid timber kitchen with Dishwasher and WIP. Low reserve, well below the actual cost of building, an opportunity not to be missed.

Cary Hocking

Taylorville

new release

open

Open: Sat Jan 15, 9.30am – 10.30am AUCTION: Monday 14 Feb 11am- on site Dave Kanizay 0448845270

Kylie O’Shaughnessy Sales Administrator

lot 100 devlins pound rd Privacy and Tranquillity sA Tidy 3 BR home on 2.5 acres, only 5 minutes from the boatramp and Waikerie &ERRY PERFECTFORAlRSTHOMEORA1UIET Weekender. Set amongst large shady trees, lawns and schrubs, this home has fresh paint and new carpets. Featuring a central LIVINGAREAWITH!#SPACIOUSKITCHENWITH DISHWASHERBATHROOMWITHSEPARATESHOWER ANDBATHCOOLVERANDAHSBAYSHEDAND rain water tanks. Low reserve, will sell on or before Auction

Open: Sat Jan 15, 12.00pm – 12.30pm Auctions: Monday 14 Feb11am – on site Dave Kanizay 0448845270

Dave Kanizay

Sharon Powardy Sales Administrator

Cary Hocking

Dave Kanizay

Emilee Juckers Sales Administrator

Kay Jeffree Property Manager 8584 7100

Shane McKay Property Manager 8582 1700


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Rentals

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Phone 8582 1600

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EHIND the bull nose verandah, rendered façade and frosted glass feature door this luxurious residence awaits the young executives or retirees seeking a low maintenance lifestyle with all the comforting family home features. On entrance through the contemporary frosted glass door and sprawling tiles roam through the living and walking areas, while down lights are located throughout for sleek, bright lighting. Each of the four sleeping zones feature high quality oating timber oors, while bedrooms one to three each boast their very own r/c split system air conditioners for that perfect night sleep. The master bedroom has all the bells and whistles, with personalised ceiling mounted reading lights, walk-in-robe, and a stunning contemporary ensuite, with the perfect vanity and wall mirror for applying your most treasured cosmetics. Stunning charcoal textured wall tiles line the perimeter of the conveniently designed three way master bathroom. The built in shower niche is grand in size, while the soaking bath is sure to destress the most highly strung entrepreneur. Stylish and functional the vanity and basin area, through off set lines and creative wall lighting, act as just another feature in this character ďŹ lled home. Featuring square columnar wall pillars, large light ďŹ lled bay window and sliding access onto the rear timber decked entertaining area, the open plan lounge and dining

BERRI

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10A Derrick Street

Price $330,000 Inspect By appointment RLA 195714

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area is the perfect place to wind up or wind down. Being home to a host of oor and overhead cabinetry, the well appointed kitchen has it all. Gas cook top, electric oven, breakfast bar, large walk-in-pantry and your new best friend the dish washer. Fully landscaped, low maintenance gardens wrap the home and add to its beauty, while there is also an electric garage under the main roof for all your car accommodation needs.

OR the family seeking a home tailored to their needs, with location, space and style, then this family built master piece is sure to excite. With compacted bicycles track connecting the home, town and primary school along with the large green expanse of the golf course being on your door step, the family lifestyle does not get any better than this. Behind the home’s sleek rendered façade you will be introduced by one of three light ďŹ lled living areas, allowing separation for your choice of rest or play, while large sliding glass doors invite natural light and merge the in and outdoor entertaining areas together for the ultimate entertaining experience. The kitchen hosts loads of oor and overhead cabinetry, breakfast bar and large dinette while being home to all those luxuries including a dishwasher. The grand, free owing oor plan comprises of four generous sleeping zones with each having carpet underfoot and built-in-robes, while located at the western wing of the home, the master bedroom has a newly renovated contemporary ensuite. Centrally located to bed-

rooms one, two and three hanging down lights, and of the main bathroom features course, that special alcove for oor and wall tiles, shower the beloved barbecue. alcove, vanity and large soakFully established, low ing bath to unwind after the maintenance and irrigated busiest of days. gardens attractively wrap the To keep cool over sum- home, while complimentmer and warm in winter ing the “no mowâ€? synthetic there is an extensively zoned turf for room to play all year reverse cycle ducted air-con- round. ditioner for the pinnacle in Secretly tucked away for climate control. the man of the family is a 20 The extra large 1153m2 by 20 foot concrete based allotment has had all the shed, with power for those hard work done, while be- super productive tools. ing home to a host of luxuries many simply dream of, ranging from concrete half tennis court, landscaped children’s sand pit and fully landscaped in-ground self chlorinating swimming pool. Elevated, and peering over the resort infused outdoors is a large timber decked 4 2 1 outdoor en- BARMERA tertaining area Contact aunting all 20 Bruce Road Ray White Berri the bells and Price $420,000 Bronte Manuel whistles, from a high gable Inspect By appointment 0439 828 882 roof, modern Berri I Barmera I Loxton I Waikerie RLA 195714

1 Contact Ray White Berri Bronte Manuel 0439 828 882

Berri I Barmera I Loxton I Waikerie

We are currently seeking rental properties in the Loxton area in the range of $160 to 210pw


24 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday January 13, 2011 FEATURE

GARDENING WITH ANDREW WALLADGE

Small is beautiful

â– TINY: The fragile wispy spider iorchid is a rare sight.

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PROPERTY FOR SALE BLANCHETOWN - 30 RIVER DRIVE

quite likely they are not seen very often at all. The leaves are fine and give nothing away at all, so finding them on purpose, when they are not in flower, would be just about impossible. This begs the question, how much else do we miss? How much do we miss even in our own gardens?

When was the last time you got on your hands and knees (or more to the point, when was the last time you could actually

get back up again unaided from being on your hands and knees?) to have a close look at something in your garden? Perhaps it is time to put the PC on standby, turn off the telly and wander outside with the insect repellent on and a magnifying glass, or hand lens, to simply slow down and have a close look at what is about. Instead of “smelling the roses�, or as well as, take a really close look. Australian plants, especially dryland Australian plants, tend to have many quite small flowers. Sure, they can look spectacular massed but try plucking a single flower, say from a grevillea, and simply look at the magnificent detail that makes up this flower. We all take eucalypts for granted but upon closer examination the beautiful detail is staggering. I guess this attention to detail inspired May Gibbs in her work. Who knows, you may find an endangered or even an un-named plant down at the back of the block.

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16 Vardon Terrace Lameroo

RECENTLY, I had the pleasure of finding a plant not often seen. In fact, I had never seen it before but knew its ilk. I am talking of Caladenia filamentosa var tentaculata or wispy spider orchid. Many of us have seen and enjoyed spider orchids. They have a fine structure that invite a closer look and then an ever closer look. The details shout out, “get your hand lens out!� Well, the wispy spider orchid is impossibly fine in real life, verging on the ridiculously fine. Our party had stumbled upon a small group of these plants quite by accident, albeit a happy one, while on a day trip in one of our local parks. If we had stopped for lunch another 20 or so metres further on, we probably would have missed them. As a ground dwelling plant beneath the understorey of dense vegetation on a lonely track going nowhere in particular, it would be

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Duncans Road, MERINGUR

Auction Fri 4th Feb @ 12noon - Gateway Tavern, Mildura

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Property has three bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, shed and secure storage for car and boat. Completely set up for the river lover or holiday home. All facilities available. Enjoy the peaceful environment and only a short walk to the Murray River at Lock 1.

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Phone Ron Whitford 0412 584 331

MORTGAGEE IN POSSESSION A rare opportunity exists to purchase “DANDALOO� & “KARAWATHA� consisting of 2 freehold titles, containing 2,400 hectares (5931 acres). Comprising mainly flat to gently undulating mallee sandy loams, good consolidated sandy soils along the ridges to strong red sandy loam flats & minimal limestone. The quality of soil is considered superior in the general area, suitable for cereal cropping & grazing. In the heart of the Millewa district 40kms west of Lake Cullulleraine & 46 kms east of Renmark, this property has 2 main residences, 2 machinery shed’s, barn & 3 other sheds being grain, fertiliser & chemical. Also includes sheep & cattle yards & silo’s. Terms: 10% deposit, balance 30/60 days To be offered as a whole first then seperately if not sold Robert J Stephens 0458 658 566


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■ TOP CLASS: Toyota’s Corolla is a reliable car which has been topping the sale charts, while (inset) it has many great features. Photo: JANE WILSON

Toyota Corolla tops new car sales in Australia Mod Scene - with Graham Matthews

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TOYOTA’S Corolla has topped Australia’s new-car sales charts for the twelfth time in November. More than 4500 Corolla sedans and hatches were driven out of Toyota showrooms during the month – a winning margin of more than 750 vehicles. The popularity of Corolla helped Toyota retain its long-term market leadership, along with HiLux, Yaris and Camry – all of which were the top-selling vehicles in their respective segments. In November, more than 19,900 Toyota vehicles were registered, a figure that is higher than the combined totals of its nearest two competitors. Corolla’s strong sales propelled it back to overall leadership of the small-car market – a segment it has led since 2000. It became Australia’s best-selling car for the first time in September 2005 and has repeated the feat twice in both 2006 and 2008, three times in both 2007 and 2009. In November, Yaris was the bestselling light car and Camry moved closer to clinching its 17th year as leader of the medium segment. The three top-selling SUVs last month were all Toyota vehicles – Kluger, RAV4 and Prado – with Prado leading in the contest to be the number-one SUV for the year. Other segment leaders for Toyota in November, and for the year so far, are LandCruiser 200 Series wagon, HiAce van and HiAce bus.


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Thursday January 13, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 27 ADVERTISEMENT

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Family fun in Rob’s vintage Ford IT’S not always the case that you grow up around “pimped up� cars, or they’re in your blood. As a young lad and through his teenage years, Robert De Francesco, of Barmera, knew cars were an important means of transport, particularly in the country, but he had also noticed they could be a great hobby and means of expression. Back in the 80s he was introduced to the hot rod and street machine scene by one of his best mates and in the ensuing years attended a number of shows and runs which cultivated a desire to own such a car. The mid 90s arrived and Robert decided it was time, so began looking for a project to build but as he now had a young family to think of, it would have to be the right sort of vehicle. His friend helped with the search for something suitable and eventually the ideal hot rod was found in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria. It was a 1932 Ford Tudor sedan that had been on the scene for a few years, was really well built and a desirable model, plus there was room for mum and the kids. A weekend trip was arranged to check it out and it was pretty much love at first sight. The hot rod was purchased and the trip home in the new wheels was underway. The original builder was very thorough and the quality of the build was good enough for the Tudor to take out top in class at a number of shows in the first few years it was on the road. Starting with the chassis, the

■BLACK BETTY: Rob De Francesco’s 1932 Ford Tudor turns heads whenever it is on the road. Photo: SUPPLIED 1932 rails have been fully boxed with additional cross members added for rigidity. The front axle is a 4� dropped I beam, which is located by parallel four bars and it uses Ford stub axles with XB Falcon disc brakes and P76 callipers. At the rear, we have an ever trusty Ford 9� diff using drum brakes, narrowed to suit the rear track and keep the wheels under the standard width fenders, all located by a four bar system with panhard bar and coil over shock absorbers. The engine is a nicely detailed and mildly worked 351 Ford Wind-

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direction, while a full complement of gauges in the stock dash keeps track of the engine’s operation and that Robert is cruising at the correct speed limit. The front bucket seats, door trims, side panels, rear bench seat and hood lining have all been trimmed in grey velour, while the floor carpet is in black. “It’s been a great family car, the kids have sort of grown up in it and we’ve had a lot of fun cruising to events and meeting other car enthusiasts,� Robert said. “It’s a pleasure to drive, is reasonably economical and reliable and I know I can jump in and drive it any time or distance. “There’s really nothing I would change because it’s been so well built, although one day I wouldn’t mind doing a rebuild just to change the colour and trim to make it look a bit different.� If money was no object, Robert said he wouldn’t mind owning a Lamborghini but I reckon he’s sitting on a far better investment with his 1932 Ford Tudor. I don’t think too many Lamborghinis would double in value in 15 years. By the way, don’t forget Valley Hot Rodders Cruise On 2011 this weekend in the Barossa Valley. Saturday night in the main street of Tanunda is the highlight. You can see over 200 hot rod and classics on display, while the general public gets into the atmosphere, with the street closed to through traffic, with two dance floors and rock ’n’ roll music.

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Leggie Shaun’s spin it to win it ■ From Page 40 “I knew he could turn it but he’s worked on control, bowling quicker through the air and going through the crease a lot quicker,” he said. With a love of the game that can be traced to his father David, who played for Loxton, Renmark and still rolls his arm over occasionally for Lyrup today, the 18 year old idolised famous Australian leg spinner Shane Warne growing up and decided from an early age that spin bowling was for him. “I followed Shane

Warne and used to watch him on television,” Reilly said. “I liked it and I wasn’t a big fan of pace.” The young spinner grew up refining his action on a concrete practice pitch on his family’s Pike River property. Reilly played junior cricket with Loxton and Lyrup before debuting at A grade level at just 16 years of age. He remembers his debut at senior level fondly and was just happy to land some good deliveries. “I was pretty nervous but I took a couple

of wickets and I didn’t get hit out of the park,” Reilly laughed. Murray Districts Barrier selectors recognised Reilly’s skills last season and he has been picked to represent the region at next month’s carnival. Reilly attributes the improvement in his bowling this season to hard work during practice, where at times, co-coaches Gutsche and Steve Inglis have him bowling more than 20 overs in a session. “Gutsche got me bowling a lot quicker through the air, working with me in the nets and got me

spinning it a bit more,” Reilly said. The winning feeling has also helped boost confidence in Reilly’s bowling. “It feels better that we’re getting somewhere rather than finishing last,” he said. Reilly hopes to continue to improve his cricket and ambitiously aims to one day represent his state and country at a higher level. “I love everything about the game, whether it is making runs or taking wickets,” he said. “I would like to go as high as I can.”

■ SPIN STAR: Loxton talent Shaun Reilly leads Riverland cricket bowling charts. Photo: BRAD PERRY

Action from the Waikerie Open

■ QUICK: Ten year old Waikerie swimmer Lee Tape finishes the breaststroke leg of the 200 metre individual medley at the Waikerie Open on the weekend.

■ KNOCKBACK: Jason Sutherland (pictured playing for Central District in the SANFL finals) has knocked back a scholarship offer from a United States university in order to complete his contract with the Bulldogs. Photo: SUPPLIED

Sutherland knocks back US scholarship

■ From Page 40 “They wanted me to be here (at ASU) as early as this month but it was too early and I couldn’t count my chickens before they hatch. “I knew you had to do a lot of work to make it in this sport and there are heaps of Americans who don’t get an opportunity like I did.” A big kicker of the Australian rules football, Sutherland converted it to the smaller, different-shaped gridiron ball almost with ease. “My first kick, the guy said ‘kick it how you want’ and after about four or five, one went 50 yards but another went around just 30,” he said. “Then, he told me how to kick it and I eventually got 68.5 with a six second hang-time.

“The coach came running down from the stands and said ‘no one here has managed to punt that far before’ so they were really impressed.” Sutherland said he was totally committed to playing for Central District next year, who he signed a contract extension with in November. “Definitely, I signed with them and I don’t want to leave them,” he said. “They looked after me last year so I’ve got to go with it.” Nevertheless, Sutherland said he could still turn to ASU in the future when he works out his future. “If it doesn’t work out at Centrals, I’ve got somewhere to go with American football,” he said. “I guess we’ll see how things go this year.”

Photo: JANE WILSON

■ MEDALS: Berri’s Sarah Trewren (left) and Renmark swimmer Lauren Anderson (right)finished in the top three of the 100 metre freestyle event, behind Stephanie McLachlan, at the weekend’s Waikerie Open. Photo: JANE WILSON

■ CHUFFED: Berri’s Brock Verrall was the most successful Riverland swimmer at the Waikerie Open. Photo: JANE WILSON

SCOREBOARD Riverland Cricket B grade

Renmark 7/122 (K. Pietrzak 59, T. Victor 35; K. Gillespie 2/19, C. Roach 1/15, A. Barnett 1/16) d Cobdogla 113 (B. Gillespie 25, B. Jennings 23; A. Shaw 4/27, D. McLeod 3/18). Waikerie-Ramco 5/249 (A. Duffield 150, A. Werner 25, D. Higgins 22; P. Andison 3/31) d Loxton North 136 (T. Hartley 34, J. Reichstein, N. Henschke 14; L. Schiller 3/13, J. Redemski 2/30).

Mid Murray Cricket Morgan 189 (R. Tregenza 44, M. Baddack 31, N. Black 29 n.o; C. Willoughby 4/49, S. Oliver 3/31, M. Watkins 2/6) d Cadell 40 (B.

Slee 13; J. Jaeger 7/14, M. Baddack 3/22). Waikerie Gold 4/143 (A. Bevan 86 n.o, B. Gay 22; M. Martinson 1/18) d Blanchetown-Swan Reach 107 (S. McKenzie 43, J. Roesler 27; A. Bevan 2/2, J. English 2/4, J. Walding 2/13).

Riverland Pennant Bowls Division one

Renmark 87 d Barmera 43. S. Ivanovic 21 d J. Morena 9, S. Leesue 22 d I. Wandel 12, W. Dopson 14 drew A. Ness 14, (K. Barnett) 30 d D. Wutke 8. Waikerie 82 d Loxton 68. B. Harden 30 d T. Schulz 8, R. Davies 13 l T. Thurston 22, B. Burnett

19 l P. Kimber 20, G. Pursche 20 d V. Pavia 18.

Division two Loxton Blue 75 d Barmera 42. C. Schwarz 30 d T. Brown 18, D. Schliebs 17 d S. Lockwood 14, P. Vaughan 28 d D. Goldfinch 10. Waikerie 59 d Berri 53. J. Smith 27 d R. Grosser 12, G. Hall 19 l G. Meyer 22, N. Taylor 13 l K. Breakwell 19. Renmark 75 d Monash 73. M. Matulick 30 d P. Brennan 14, R. Lockett 13 l W. Barnett 41, J. Thompson 32 d M. Voigt 18. Loxton Green 62 d Loxton RSL 55. M. Williss 20 d L. Westbrook 16, D. McRae-Wood 28 d T. Lehmann 15, G. Ireland 14 l B. Rose 24. Lyrup 76 d Loxton Black 52.

S. Munro 34 d W. Ahrens 15, L. Recchia 24 d J. Draper 21, B. Johns 18 d R. Coombs 16. Moorook 62 d Renmark RSL 46. J. White 13 l J. Arace 22, D. Piltz 23 d B. Tankard 11, S. Pantic 26 d N. Dunstan 13.

Division three green Loxton Orange 63 d Lyrup 58. Ray Fielke 38 d L. Seltitzas 13, K. Henderson 9 l N. Nattrass 26, R. Wooldridge 16 l D. Lawton 19. Loxton RSL 61 d Loxton Yellow 51. J. Thiele 25 d N. Menz 13, G. Collins 17 l K. Dawsie 26, M. Victor 19 d N. Jenke 12. Renmark 67 d Berri 58. R. Rittman 13 l E. Mason 28, M. Nitschke 26 d J. Centofanti 16, M. Rice 28 d G. Mason 14.

Barmera 64 d Waikerie 59. D. Hall 24 d S. Copeland 16, F. Robberts 15 l D. Warner 30, R. Kleinig 25 d C. Wilson 13.

Division three gold Monash 60 d Renmark RSL 52. W. Pahl 24 d K. Phillips 21, J. Barnett 24 d D. van Dam 15, R. Potts 12 l L. Pinyon 16. Waikerie 55 d Barmera 53. R. Sauer 19 d B. Schulz 18, M. Rolton 15 l J. Vidorin 22, M. Brown 21 d N. Christo 13. Renmark 69 d Berri 45. M. Weiss 15 l M. Binding 20, R. Minge 21 d D. Vlemmix 14, J. Short 33 d J. Lyons 11. Lyrup 72 d Loxton Gold 48. J. Calgie 9 l C. Reichstein 18, D. Finn 29 d G. Fisher 14, M. Minchella 34 d M. Taylor 16.

SPORT

Riverland Darts Loxton Gladiators 9 d Monash Wanderers 2, Barmera Rooshooters 8 d Paringa Possums 3, Berri Club 6 d Loxton Peasants 5.

Golf

Waikerie Saturday division one stableford: K. Hudson 40 points. Division two: C. Bee 43. Voucher winners: M. Klose, V. King, R. Zerner 39, J. Tscharke 38 c/b.

Renmark Friday stableford: N. Amezdroz 41 points, C. Doevendands 39, S. Manning, R. Bennett 38, K. Shortis 37, J. Fewster, R. Theil, P. Richards 36. Saturday stroke: P. Richards

88/63, B. Heath 93/65, C. Foreman 70/67, G. Stimpson 84/68, B. Rollbush 96/69, C. Florance 76/69, R. Knight 86/69, M. Denti 76/69, C. Berry 77/70, D. Stevens 79/72, C. Benda 87/72, P. Anderson 88/72, J. Coombe 78/73, R. Bennett 89/73.

Baseball A grade: Barmera 9 d Loxton 3. B grade: Barmera 17 d Redcliffs 1.

Cycling Lindsay Point Road Race: J. Dalziel, P. Weston, R. Strout, D. Robinson, J. Eshman, C. Gordon, G. O’Brien, P. Burr, L. Stevens, S. Jaensch, A. Boase, A. Ylia, G. Lawton, R. Stevens, L. Rasheed, C. Gartery.


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CHARLIE’S SPORTS GOSS

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WITH GRAHAM CHARLTON

Murray Districts’ strong team

■ MURRAY Districts Barrier organiser Neil Weinert, of Berri, rates the squad he has assembled for the annual SACA Country Cricket Carnival, in Adelaide, the strongest he has had in his seven years in the position. That is despite the late withdrawal of one of the zone’s key performers in last year’s campaign, Broken Hill’s Cody Howard, because of employment. The former wicketkeeper made a success of the number five batting spot and as a first change bowler last time. Having been involved in Neil’s position for a decade or so before he took over, I can see where he gets his opinion from. However, we agree we have boasted talented squads in the past and still have not been able to add to our championship wins since 1977. Perhaps we can take encouragement from Eyre Peninsula ending an even longer drought in 2010, when it grabbed its first title since 1971. Murray Districts Barrier is again fortunate that it has the experience and allround talents of former SA and Victoria Country representative Murrayville’s Drew Crane to lead the team. He will be joined by fellow Pinnaroo and Border players Haydon Thorpe, from Parrakie, who

■ TALENT: Monash all-rounder Jake Albrecht (above), Karoonda’s Corey Knight (top right) and Berri opening bowler Chris Hughes (bottom right) are part of strong Murray District Barrier team to compete in the annual SACA Country Cricket Carnival. made a success of the important number three batting position last year, and 18 year old Parilla opening batsman Dylan Kerber who, since starring in a premiership win for his club a couple of seasons ago, has gained some valuable experience in Adelaide. From the Riverland, talented, new Berri allrounder Andrew Hume will be important with his batting and dual purpose bowling, his team-mate Chris Hughes will add some pace to the attack

and so will the return of former SA Country quick Luke Fitzsimmons (Renmark). Monash’s Jake Albrecht is now one of the more experienced players at this level, while his team-mate Josh Deren returns to the competition where he gained selection as a batsman in last year’s team of the carnival. Joining them are two interesting youngsters from the emerging Loxton, form batsman Sam Hoffmann and our leading wicket-taker

Memories and tall stories at hockey reunion

■ FORMER STARS: Past Upper Murray hockey players (from left) John Fewster, Terry Thurston, Wayne Hutchinson, Dennis Meredith and John Menzel enjoyed the Bully and Dribble night. ■ PLAYERS from the Upper Murray Men’s Hockey Association senior competition prior to 1975 held a Bully and Dribble reunion last Saturday night at the Cobdogla Club, with over 80 people gathering for the night. Amongst those to get along for the occasion were inaugural 1963 players Howard Thurston (Loxton, now Victor Harbor), Art Grosser (Glossop) and George Small (Renmark, now Tanunda). Small was joined by his Renmark team-mates from the first premiership team; Chester Warren, Tony Clan-

cy and John Menzel, one of the main reunion organisers. Amongst those to travel long distances were Malcolm Revell (Glossop), from Ocean View near Caboolture, Queensland, Jimmy Mansell (Barmera), from Albury, and from Bendigo, Robert Tamblyn (Renmark). Organisers were pleased at the even representation of clubs from the era. Despite association records being destroyed by fire some time ago, a significant amount of memorabilia was on show, while a powerpoint presentation

on some of the history of the competition was well received. Naturally, at an occasion like this, there is a fair bit of reminiscing, with fading memories perhaps interfering with fact but some home truths did emerge when those present were asked to turn over their place mats and were confronted with a challenging mystery quiz. An excellent talk was presented by legendary hockey identity Dennis Meredith. It was a great night with John Menzel’s only regret: “I wish I had more chance to mingle”.

■ HOCKEY: Members of Renmark’s first premiership in the Upper Murray Hockey Association, in 1963, (from left) George Small, Chester Warren, Tony Clancy and John Menzel, were all present on the night.

in 2010-11 so far, 18 year old leg spinner Shaun Reilly. From Barrier will come last year’s wicketkeeper of the carnival, 18 year old Tobias Hack, medium pacer Nick Christos and allrounder Curtis Jelbert (17), while fresh from the Australian Country Championships which have just concluded in Bunbury, WA, will be Karoonda’s Corey Knight, still only 22 and oozing talent. Reports suggest Corey is anxious to put some pretty ordinary performances by the SA Outbacks in the west behind him. MDB will play Fleurieu Gold on Monday, February 7, at Campbelltown on the opening day of the carnival and follow up over the next two days against reigning champions Eyre, at Prospect, and Yorke Peninsula, at Tea Tree Gully. Thursday’s finals, depending on table positions in the two divisions of four teams, will take in University and Park 25 grounds. Newcomers to the MDB group are Hume, Hughes, Hoffmann, Kerber and Christos. Accompanying Weinert and appearing at the carnival for the umpteenth time will be stalwart team manager Waikerie’s Jon (recently dubbed Pop Eye) Matthews. Conditions regarding hot weather will again apply: 40 degrees or below matches will be of 50 overs per side, 41 and 42 degrees

40 overs and 43 or above Twenty20 kicks in. Indeed weather conditions, rain, led to a confusing end to the 2010 carnival but I believe MDB improved to finish third. We now wish this impressive looking squad all the best as they strive to improve further on that effort.

Local cricketers in the zone ■ THE senior local zone cricket team can take encouragement into their annual carnival by the tremendous performance of the Country Black side that included four Murray Districts representatives, in the inaugural BankSA statewide under 14 cup. Tom Hawthorne, Rory O’Driscoll (Pinnaroo), Josh Barrett (Lameroo) and Zakk Gallo (Renmark) were members of the side that went through their five game program undefeated, finishing ahead of Glenelg, Adelaide and Northern, all with four

wins, in the 14 team competition. Country Black defeated, in turn, Port Adelaide (4/184 to 5/70) and Prospect (7/110 to 9/74) in the opening two Twenty20 matches, West Torrens (6/293 to a low 33) in the first 40 over game, then the highly rated Kensington line-up by eight wickets after dismissing them for 112. It clinched the cup by cruising to victory (7/230 to 70) in the final outing against East Torrens. Two members of the Country Black team produced exceptional perfor-

mances, Issac Boylan topping the batting with 285 runs, including four half centuries in five innings at an average of 71.25, and Phillip Herd the bowling, with 13 wickets, including one haul of 7/15 at an average of 4.15. Josh Barrett ended up sixth in the batting and in one game captured three wickets. Last Monday, the annual under 17 carnival started in Adelaide, with Parilla’s 15 year old Ben Hannam the only Murray Districts representative.

Riverland cyclists to Ride Like Crazy in Adelaide ■ SEVERAL Riverland Cycling Club members will participate in Sunday’s Ride Like Crazy 2011 in Adelaide. The event has two courses, one of 110 kilometres, the other 53, with proceeds from fundraising going to cancer causes. There was also a fair bit of crazy about last Sunday’s local road race at Lindsay

Point. Rolling hills, several grids and a bird scaring aeroplane flying over the riders plus great handicapping and several bunches imploding on the return journey, made for a spectacular event. John Dalziel won the race from Peter Weston, Ruth Strout, Dennis Robinson, John Eshman and

Colin Gordon. Club riders will also be strongly represented at the Tour Down Under Community challenge involving four courses, 35 to 135 kilometres on Friday, January 21. It takes in Norwood, Gumeracha, Balhannah, Macclesfield and Strathalbyn.

Entrants find problems entering junior grand slam tennis comp ■ POTENTIAL entrants are experiencing problems downloading entry forms for the Renmark leg of the annual Riverland Junior Grand Slam tennis competition, so one of the organisers Mike Horsman, is inviting people to telephone him to register or make enquiries. His number is 0419 030 566. The event will take place from January 29 to 30. A fortnight after that, February 12 to 14, at the same venue, a silver level tournament, part of the Optus Junior Tour, will be held.

This is the third time this highly ranked event, which attracts leading youngsters in the under 12, 14 and 16 year age groups, from throughout Australia, has been held here. It is a pre-tournament to the National Junior Championships in Mildura and Horsman, who will referee the event, said it is the third highest tournament of its type you can have. For that reason he is anxious for the leading juniors from this region to enter the event.

“It is a tough tournament,” he said, “so it is important that our youngsters try themselves out at this level.” “It will give them valuable experience against some of the top juniors from across Australia and really let them know where they are at with their game.” An under 10 competition, which is not part of the Optus Junior Tour, will be held in conjunction with the main tournament. Enquiries to Mike or John Pick (8586 5708).


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The age of Karoonda cricketer Corey Knight who just returned from the Australian Country Championships.

Grimmett better than Warne? ■ THE Riverland Football League’s only Most Popular Player award winner ever, Barmera-Monash’s George Manning is a self confessed fan of legendary Australian cricketing leg spinner Clarrie Grimmett. He is also a self confessed non fan of another legendary leggie, Shane Warne. George believes a comparison of the performances of the two spinners justifies him giving Grimmett the thumbs up as the better bowler. Grimmett started his cricket career with Wellington, aged 17, before moving to Australia in 1914 where he played club cricket in Sydney for three years, moved to Melbourne and represented Victoria and then, in 1923, shifted to SA. Between 1924 and 1936 he played 37 Test matches, capturing 216 wickets at an average of 24.21. Playing his debut Test against England at the SCG Grimmett had match figures of 5/45 and 6/37 with his victims including such highly rated opponents as Wooley, Hobbs and Hendren He averaged six wickets per game and was the first player to reach 200 wickets in Test matches and is the only player to do so in fewer than 40 outings. He captured five wickets in an innings on 21 occasions and 10 in a match seven times. Having commenced his Test career at 33, he played his final game aged 44 in Durban against South Africa after capturing 44 wickets in the series.

■ Clarrie Grimmett. Despite those figures, he was then dropped for the 1936/37 series against England. At first class level Grimmett also averaged nearly six wickets a game – 248 matches, 1424 wickets from 1911 to 1941. He grabbed 513 scalps in 79 Sheffield Shield appearances and on the 1930 tour of England captured 10/37 in a clash with side Yorkshire. After he passed away in Adelaide in 1980 he was one of 10 inaugural inductees into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame and has been given a similar honour by the ICC. As a batsman he scored 357 runs (at 13.92) in Test matches and 4720 (at 17.67) in first class games. Grimmett is credited with inventing the flipper (the delivery that gained Warne a swag of wickets) and late in his career, formed a lethal tandem for a long period with another spinning legend Bill O’Reilly. Shane Warne started his Test career in 1992 and at one stage his career figures stood

at 1/228. In 145 Tests, Warne captured 708 wickets at 25.41 (less than five per Test), took 1319 at 26.11 in 301 first class matches (4.5 per time) and in one day internationals, 293 at 25.73. He will always be remembered for his first test delivery in England, the ‘Gatting Ball’. He took five wickets in an innings on 37 occasions and 10 in a match on 10. He made 3154 runs in Tests (17.32), 6919 at first class level (19.43) and 1018 (13.05) in ODIs. In a straight bowl out then, George Manning has a case. Of course, Grimmett, in his era, did not have such distractions as being able to send text messages. George could also argue that Warne grabbed a number of his wickets against some of the weaker nations playing Test cricket in his time. George, by the way, is making a good recovery from his unfortunate accident earlier this year, but what about his son Kym? The keen windsurfer took to Lake Bonney in recent boisterous conditions and really came to grief, destroying his surfing equipment and doing a pretty good job on himself as well. The only person on the water at the time, and dazed from a whack on the noggin, he drifted about for an hour or so before being picked up by some welcome rescuers. Ironical that? When Kym has arranged his ‘come and try days’ for the sport, Lake Bonney has come up dead calm.

State men’s triple bowls knockouts a cracker ■ SECTIONAL winners at last Sunday’s state men’s triples bowls tournament at Loxton were Berri’s Craig Treloar, Ken Stokes and Dennis Treloar (skipper), Renmark’s Chris Karantonis, Garry Heywood and skipper Sean Leesue and Ken Smith, John Van Der Wyst and ‘Dixie’ Lee (skipper) from Renmark RSL. Several of the match-ups on the day were keenly contested and there were some surprise results. In section one, Treloar’s rink won all three games, accounting for teams led by

Lou Recchia (Lyrup), Trevor Schulz (Loxton) and Denis Wutke (Barmera) but they had to fight back from a deficit against Recchia before winning 19-15. Section two saw Lee’s trio progress on shots up. They comfortably defeated two strong rinks, skippered by Brian Burnett (Waikerie) and Terry Thurston (Loxton), but then got similar treatment from a Renmark combine team led by RSL’s David Rice, going down 11-20. The third section went right down to the wire.

After two rounds, Andrew Hill’s Berri combination and Leesue’s group were both undefeated but in the deciding clash Leesue just got home in a tight contest, 13-11. In the knockout finals back at Loxton on Sunday, January 23, game one sees Treloar play Lee, with competitors to be at the venue at 8.30am. The winner will meet Leesue at 12.30pm to decide the rink to be in Adelaide amongst the last 16 teams left to contest the state finals, on March 6 to 7.

SPORT

Pront’s big return

■ STATE PLAYERS: Riverland based SA Country basketballers are (from left) - Back: Ben Clark, Brianna Seabrook, Tyson Hoffmann, Steph Sarro, Mikayla Graetz, Ben MacCulloch. Front: Che Lange, Indee Thiele, Staci Pront, Ellee Eleftheriadis, and Veronica Migga. ■ BERRI’S Staci Pront will return to state basketball competition after being sidelined by a serious knee injury, requiring a reconstruction, when she plays for the SA Country under 17 team at the Port Macquarie Pacific Coast Slam next week. Staci will be joined by another Berri junior, Veronica Migga, who will be making her state country debut, while in the under 15 team, both Steph Sarro and Ben Clark, from the same club, will be making their second state appearances. Steph’s team will be defending the age group’s 2010 gold medal victory. Meanwhile, another group of locals will be off to Albury for the Australian Junior Cup competition. At under 16 level, Indee Thiele (Berri) returns for a second time, Mikayla Graetz makes her debut, while Loxton’s Che Lange is a reserve for the boys.

Sports thoughts...

Ellee Eleftheriadis, another back to form and fitness after being injured, continues to be a state regular and, as she steps up to the under 18 team, will be joined by Tyson Hoffmann (Loxton) and Brianna Seabrook (Waikerie) in that pair’s last junior appearances for SA. This is a record number of Riverland players chosen for the two major tournaments. They are all part of the Riverland Development Network Squad program overseen by head coach Ben MacCulloch, who will also be in Albury in his second state coaching role, this time in charge of the under 18 girls team. All the Riverlanders have completed SA Country training requirements locally for the two tournaments, which both serve as core selection carnivals for the Australian National Championship teams later in the year.

WITHMcLEAN ROB ROB McLEAN

Relevance, the challenge for sports administraIT is commonly recognised that while sport is not exactly dying, the number of people playing competitively is certainly dropping. Whereas in previous eras competitive sport was treated very seriously at whatever level, today more and more people are either choosing to drop out completely or just play for fun. This trend is highlighted in country areas, where shrinking populations are further hurting competitions which could once compete strongly against the senior grades in the big cities. In the past, it was not unknown for a country sportsperson to be hoisted from their local competition into the top grade. Annual country weeks for sport do not have as many competitors as in the past,

lawn bowls being the exception, with people finding it too hard to commit to the events. In December, the Australian Bureau of Statistics released figures that showed that the percentage of people aged 15 years and over who participated in sport and physical recreation had fallen from 66 per cent in 2005-06 to 64 per cent. Significantly, the decrease was driven by a three per cent drop in female participation, something that would not surprise Riverland tennis officials appealing for women players at the start of this season. In South Australia the rate of participation dropped by four per cent to 62%. Interestingly, the rate of people involved in aerobics, fitness or gym activities increased from 13% to 14%, while those

involved in jogging or running increased by three per cent. In the Riverland, these sort of figures are manifested by more people wishing to play less serious sport and are most significantly impacting on summer sport (again, the exception being lawn bowls). The Riverland Softball Association was last week forced into running an unwieldy three team A grade and six team B grade competition due to clubs being unable to find players willing to commit to the higher level. While, in my time at the Loxton Cricket Club, I was forever hearing about a great C grade side that played in the early 90s and the fun that team had had. Some of those players were lost to the sport when that competition stopped, only

to return later on to form the backbone of a successful Wunkar side in B grade cricket seeking to just enjoy the game. It is a bitter pill to swallow for those of us who wish to play to our highest potential whenever possible but it is something we will have to accept if we wish for our competitions to survive in some form or other into the future. Some local bowls clubs have shown initiative in inaugurating flexi rinks, while in the past decade Riverland cricket has dropped two day matches from its B grade schedule. Ultimately, keeping the players happy will keep competitions alive. There lies the challenge for local sports administrators, ensuring that their competitions remain fun but also relevant.


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Orana Incorporated is a major provider of supported employment, accommodation and respite services for people with disabilities in metropolitan and regional South Australia. Our Loxton Employment Service is seeking to employ a hands-on Supervisor to work with people with disability (employees) in horticulture and light assembly tasks. Applicants should have: s!NABILITYTOCONlDENTLYRELATETO AND understand the rights of people with disability; s3UPERVISORYEXPERIENCEANDTHEDESIRETO support, train and develop people with disability; s0REVIOUSLYDEMONSTRATEDORGANISATIONAL skills; s'OODLITERACY NUMERACYANDWRITINGSKILLS s!GOODWORKINGKNOWLEDGEOF occupational health and safety practices; and s%XPERIENCEINAPACKAGING MANUFACTURING or horticultural environment is highly desirable. It is important that applicants: s0OSSESSACURRENTUNRESTRICTED3!DRIVERS licence; s0OSSESSORBEWILLINGTOGAINA#ERTIlCATE))) or IV in Disability Work (or similar); s0OSSESSORBEWILLINGTOOBTAINACURRENT SATISFACTORY.ATIONAL0OLICE#LEARANCE #ERTIlCATE s0OSSESSORBEWILLINGTOGAINA3ENIOR&IRST !ID#ERTIlCATEAND s0OSSESSORBEWILLINGTOGAINA&ORKLIFT competency licence &ORINFORMATIONONTHEROLEPLEASECONTACTTHE Orana Loxton Employment Service Manager, -R'ARRY3HEPHERDSONON(08) 8584 7819. A position description can be obtained BYCONTACTING/RANA)NCS(EAD/FlCE Reception on (08) 8375 2000 or email careers@orana.asn.au7ITHTHESIGNIlCANT BENElTSOFNOTFORPROlTSALARYPACKAGING A salary of $39,310 to $42,390 is offered subject TOQUALIlCATIONSANDEXPERIENCE Additional information on Orana Inc is available on our website www.oranaonline.com.au Written applications are to be addressed to THE-ANAGER (UMAN2ESOURCESANDEMAILED to: careers@orana.asn.au or posted to Orana Inc, PO Box 680 Torrensville Plaza SA 5031. !PPLICATIONS#LOSEMonday January 24, 2011

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

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SHARE ACCOMMODATION Brand new 3 bedroom home in central Berri, with two health care professionals. Secure garage, 2 bathrooms, low maintenance. $130/wk including outgoings.

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LIQUOR LICENSING ACT 1997 NOTICE OF APPLICATION ANTHONY WAYNE WHATELEY HAS APPLIED TO THE LICENSING AUTHORITY FOR SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES LICENCE WITH EXTENDED TRADING AUTHORISATION AND ENTERTAINMENT CONSENT IN RESPECT OF THE PREMISES SITUATED AT LOT 110, DP27597 HD, KATARAPKO, BARMERA SA 5345 AND TO BE KNOWN AS LOVEDAY 4X4 ADVENTURES. THE FOLLOWING IS SOUGHT IN THE APPLICATION: t5)&-*$&/$&8*--"65)03*4& THE LICENSEE FOR THE SALE OF LIQUOR FOR CONSUMPTION ON THE LICENSED PREMISES TO LODGERS FOR THE FOLLOWING DAYS AND TIMES INCLUDING EXTENDED TRADING AUTHORISATION: MONDAY TO THURSDAY : 9AM TO MIDNIGHT FRIDAY TO SATURDAY: 9AM TO 2AM THE FOLLOWING DAY SUNDAY: 9AM TO MIDNIGHT

Riverland Respite & Recreation Service Inc

PUBLIC FORUM To inform and discuss the setting up of the Berri Community Garden

Wednesday, January 19 2011 6:30pm at the Church of Christ centre, Old Sturt Highway Berri. Come and have your say about the garden and assist us in making the concept a great community resource. Information and plans will be discussed and input sought. For further information call us on 8582 3110. Tea and Coffee will be provided

Riverland Respite and Recreation Service Inc. 28a Kay Avenue #FSSJ4"t5FM

Subcontractors & Suppliers preparing quotations for: Riverside Estate Renmark â&#x20AC;&#x201C; â&#x20AC;&#x153;Community Centreâ&#x20AC;? CLOSING Wednesday January 19, 2011 at 12 noon BE Building Services Pty Ltd Phone: 8373 5707 Fax: 8357 8742 Email: mail@bebuilding.com.au

t&/5&35"*/.&/5$0/4&/5 FOR THE LICENSED PREMISES AS PER PLANS LODGED WITH THIS OFFICE AND FOR THE THE FOLLOWING DAYS AND TIMES: FRIDAY: 6PM TO 1AM THE FOLLOWING DAY SATURDAY : 9AM TO 2AM THE FOLLOWING DAY NEW YEARS EVE: 6PM TO 2AM THE FOLLOWING DAY DAYS PRECEDING OTHER: 6PM TO 2AM THE FOLLOWING DAY PUBLIC HOLIDAYS SUNDAYS PRECEDING: 6PM TO 2AM THE FOLLOWING DAY PUBLIC HOLIDAYS THE APPLICATION HAS BEEN SET DOWN FOR HEARING ON 31/01/2011 AT 09:00 AM. ANY PERSON MAY OBJECT TO THE APPLICATION BY LODGING A NOTICE OF OBJECTION IN THE PRESCRIBED FORM WITH THE LIQUOR AND GAMBLING COMMISSIONER (AND SERVING A COPY OF THE NOTICE ON THE APPLICANT) AT LEAST 7 DAYS BEFORE THE HEARING DATE (VIZ 24/01/2011). THE APPLICANTS ADDRESS FOR SERVICE IS: C/- TONY WHATELEY, PO BOX 288, BARMERA SA 5345 THE APPLICATION AND CERTAIN DOCUMENTS AND MATERIAL (INCLUDING PLANS) RELEVANT TO THE APPLICATION MAY BE INSPECTED WITHOUT FEE AT A PLACE AND DURING A PERIOD SPECIFIED BY THE LIQUOR AND GAMBLING COMMISSIONER, NINTH FLOOR EAST WING, 50 GRENFELL ST, ADELAIDE SA 5000. PH: 8226 8500 FAX: 8226 8512 EMAIL: OLGC@AGD.SA.GOV.AU DATED: 22/12/2010 APPLICANT: ANTHONY WAYNE WHATELEY

DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1993 THE BERRI BARMERA COUNCIL NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT Pursuant to Section 38 (5) of the Development Act, 1993. Notice is hereby given that an application comprising CATEGORY 3 DEVELOPMENT has been lodged with the Council for development assessment. Details of the application are as follows: DEVELOPMENT NO:,752/188/10, APPLICANT: Central Irrigation Trust ADDRESS: PO Box 34, Barmera,SA 5345, NATURE OF THE DEVELOPMENT:To erect a 31 metre radio antenna tower,SUBJECT LAND:Lot 15, section 374, DP25876 Garrett Road, Glossop as contained in CertiďŹ cate of Title Volume 2587 Folio 613 The application may be examined at the OfďŹ ce of the Council located at 19 Wilson Street Berri, between the hours of 9.00am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday and any person or body affected may make relevant representations in writing concerning this application to reach the Chief Executive OfďŹ cer at PO Box 229, Berri SA 5343, not later than 5.00 pm on Friday January 28 2010. Each person making a submission should indicate whether that person wishes to appear personally or be represented by another party before the Council in support of that submission. Please note that, pursuant to Section 38(8) of the Development Act, a copy of each representation received will be forwarded to the applicant for a written response. DAVID BEATON CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Date: 13 January 2011

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Medical Receptionist An opportunity exists for a dedicated and enthusiastic medical receptionist to join the Riverland Medical Group. The position will be predominately based at the Renmark Medical Clinic and there may be some relief work at the Berri Medical Clinic This a permanent part time position of approximately 20 hours per week. Applicants must have:-

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Catholic Family Services - A Child Safe Organisation Established in 1942, Centacare provides a range of support services to individuals and families in the community

Case Manager Murray Mallee Domestic Violence Service Level 4 CASH Award Full time position (1.0 FTE) Berri OfďŹ ce - Salary Packaging available -

Centacare is a quality accredited organisation and one of South Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most progressive and vibrant agencies. Centacare Murray Mallee Domestic Violence Service provides support and accommodation to women and children experiencing domestic violence, in the Murray Mallee, Adelaide Hills and Coorong regions. We are seeking a Case Manager to join an energetic and supportive team in the provision of quality services at our ofďŹ ce in Berri. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing case management support including transitional housing, outreach, emergency accommodation, crisis intervention (including an after-hours response), advocacy, information and referrals. The successful applicant will have enthusiasm in these areas, demonstrated experience in working with and engaging people in the community and work to feminist principles. Experience in working with indigenous families and in rural areas is highly desirable.

SA Water is an internationally recognised water utility wholly owned by the Government of South Australia for the people of South Australia. We deliver water and wastewater services to almost 1.5 million people across the State. With an annual turnover of more than $1,000 million per annum, assets of $9.5 billion and 1600 employees, SA Water is a big part of the South Australian landscape. With SA Water delivering a number and variety of signiďŹ cant projects and $2.5 billion in capital investment, we offer professional development opportunities at all stages of your career.

Construction and Maintenance Worker Based at Morgan, 2 hours North East of Adelaide CBD, this position is required to work within a team environment who carry out ďŹ eld based maintenance and operation of water distribution assets. You will be responsible for providing prompt response to emergencies and reporting of faults, contributing to routine recording of maintenance and operational data, liaising with customers on water quality and other service problems and ensuring the workplace OHSW, Environmental and Water Quality obligations are met. Applicants are required to be skilled in the use of hand and power tools, small machinery and various static and mobile vehicles, plant and machinery, have an understanding of the operation and maintenance of water distribution systems and have experience in civil construction. It will be mandatory that you have a full motor vehicle driverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s licence, any other formal qualiďŹ cations such as CertiďŹ cate 2 in Water Industry Operations, Pipe Laying Accreditation and Work Zone TrafďŹ c Management CertiďŹ cate will all be highly regarded. Requests for a Position Description or further information may be directed to Ken Heather on 08 7424 3805 or ken.heather@sawater.com.au To apply simply log on to http://careers.sawater.com.au and upload a copy of your application no later than 31st January 2011. SA Water values diversity and supports people with family responsibilities.

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Renmark goes Gaga are backing singers, adding further glamour to the performance. Among the songs likely to be played by the star acts are Please Don’t Stop the Music, Disturbia, Shut Up and Drive, Umbrella, SOS (Rihanna) and Poker Face, Paparazzi and Telephone (Lady Gaga). Meanwhile, the Australian Rihanna and Lady Gaga Tribute Show is ultimately aimed at getting you up and dancing, so some of the hottest hits by the Black Eyed Peas, Katie Perry, Madonna, Kylie and many more will also be on the playlist. The Australian Rihanna and Lady Gaga Tribute Show is booked solid until later this year, so is unlikely to pass through the region again soon, so get along to tomorrow night to make sure you catch this stunning performance. Contact the Renmark Club on 8586 6611 to book your tickets.

Thursday 6th

■ COMEDY: Sunrise presenter David Koch forces his co-hosts to laugh at his joke book. Poor them.

Rob should give up acting.

■ STAR PERFORMERS: The Australian Lady Gaga and Rihanna Tribute Show hits Renmark tomorrow night.

Time to release night out if you like your dance music. Release will be held in the Entertainment Room from 9pm until 2am, with drink specials throughout the night.

Trif’s Trivia

with CALLUM TRIFONOFF

Kong 6.00 9.40pm, WIN6.3010



         

 

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■ ENCORE: Cabaret act Mr & Mrs Smith, featuring former Paringa girl Simone Schmidt, end their Ruston’s Roses Concert last Friday. The show proved such a hit, the pair will be bringing it back later in the year. Photo: SUPPLIED

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4.00 The 6.30

Wednesday 12th

1. In what year did the ANZACs land at Gallipoli? 2. Who wrote the book series Noddy? 3. What does ANZ stand for in the ANZ Banking Group? 4. In which town is the Riverland Weekly based? 5. True or false – Camembert is a type of cheese? 6. In which band was now politician Peter Garrett formerly in? 7. On which reality TV show did singer Shannon Noll become famous? 8. What Austar channel does Camp Orange air on? 9. What is Miley Cyrus’ real first name? 10. True or false – George Lazenby played James Bond? 11. Which religion has a rabbi as a teacher? 12. Everybody Loves Raymond started airing in what year? 13. Who stars as Diego in Ice Age? 14. True or false – the song You Really Got Me was sung by The Troggs? 15. Apu Nahasapeemapetilon is a character in which TV show? 16. In which Riverland town would you find The Tower Tavern? 17. True or false – the Gorbals are in Northern Ireland? 18. Which country was Joseph Goebbels born in? 19. Who directed the film And Now For Something Completely Different? 20. In what year were the September 11 attacks?

6.00 Prejudice 6.30 WIN7.00 10

4.00 King 11.00

Saturday 8th

The Renmark Hotel heats up tomorrow night with its Release dance party. Featuring DJs CK, Jazza, Shane, Silvio Scidone and Tarik MC, Release will be a good

Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo 6.00 5.30 4.00 6.00 6.30 SA 4.30 8.30pm, SEVEN 7.00 5.00 Rob Schneider used to be funny back in 9.00 7.30 5.30 the days he was 8.00 working the gigolo circuit. 8.35 For example, Deuce Bigalow: 7.15 “Look, I 10.05 6.00 think there’s been a mistake”. Fluisa (large 7.35Deuce 10.35you say steak?” bodied client): “Did 10.45 12.00 Bigalow: “No, mistake.” Fluisa: “Oh, see, 12.20 12.30 now you got me all excited”. He has 8.00 since 1.30 upgraded to the movie Wild Cherry 8.30 linked 2.00 with the catch line, 3.05 2.35“never give it up”. 4.00 Pride & 4.30 7.30pm, 5.00

Friday 7th

IF you were asked who the biggest female names in the world of pop music over the past two years were, you would have to say Rihanna and Lady Gaga, right? Rihanna and Lady Gaga have been slaying the charts in recent times with their pop and R&B tunes rapidly rising up the charts. The pair have also been performing in sellout shows across the world, including in Australia. Tomorrow night at the Renmark Club, you can see the ladies’ hits performed in the spectacular Australian Rihanna and Lady Gaga Tribute Show. Featuring Australian talents Valerie (Rihanna) and Katja (Lady Gaga), the tribute show features all of the hits that have made the American artists (in)famous in an all singing and dancing performance that has a full light show. Joining the pair on stage

with BRAD PERRY

5.30 6.00 6.00 6am, SEVEN6.30 SA 4.30 5.00 7.00 wonderful world 9.00 Wake up to the of Kochie, where 7.30 his jokes will have you 5.30 8.00 7.15 scratching your head and questioning 6.00 8.30 whether it is okay to laugh anymore. 7.35 12.00 9.35 The self acclaimed comedian has 12.30 10.30 joke books.8.00Here’s released his own 1.20 10.45 one of his jokes. Why didn’t the pirates 8.30 play cards? Because the captain was 2.10 11.25 9.20 standing on the deck. Ha ha. So funny. 3.05 4.00 6.00 5.30 Fat and Fatter 4.30 6.30 6.00 5.00 7.002 8.30pm, ABC 9.00 7.30 Will living with obese families in Argentina 5.30 8.00 be a wake-up call for Lauren? 7.15 8.30 6.00 9.00Lauren, these countries Unfortunately for 9.35 and she has7.35 have McDonald’s a fatal 12.00 attraction to the triple quarter pounder. 12.30 10.00 7.55 Maybe she should sent to 1.30 10.30 have been 8.30 a remote desert, 2.00 10.45 where all she can 3.05 11.35 eat is sand. 12.25

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TV Guide

RENMARK

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Thursday 13th

4.00 Catalyst 4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 Einstein Factor 6.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Robin Hood 1.30 Echo Beach 2.00 The Bill 3.05 Children’s Programs 6.00 My Family

6.30 Shamwari 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 The Bionic Vet 8.35 Ashes To Ashes 9.30 Grand Designs 10.30 Northanger Abbey 12.10 Movie: Taxi Driver: Robert De Niro 2.15 Movie: Stepfather Of The Bride: William McInnes

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Children’s Programs 7.15 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 Important Things 7.55 The Young Ones 8.30 Party Down: At a college conservatives event, the young, confident students

are more than happy to give Ron and the team advice on how to be successful. 9.00 Lunch Monkeys 9.30 The Graham Norton Show 10.20 Father Ted 10.45 The League Of Gentlemen 11.15 Inside The Actors Studio 12.00 Planet Rock Profiles

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Seven News 10.30 Tennis: AAMI Kooyong Classic: Day Two / Medibank International: Day Five 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 How I Met Your

Mother 7.30 Beat The Star 8.30 Movie: Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo 10.30 Tennis: Medibank International 2011: Day Five: Night Session 12.30 Room For Improvement 1.05 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 10.00 Til Death 10.30 Children’s Programs 11.00 Nine News 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 ET 3.30 Children's

Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Win News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Getaway 8.30 CSI: NY 9.30 CSI 10.30 Cold Case 11.30 Win News 12.00 20/20 1.00 ET 2.00 Skippy

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 Two Guys And A Girl 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef

4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Jamie’s Thirty Minute Meals 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Bondi Vet 8.30 Law & Order: SVU 9.30 Tennis: Hopman Cup 1.00 The Late Show 2.00 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1.30 Don Matteo 2.30 Rex In Rome 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Dakar Rally 2011 Highlights: Day 12 6.00 Letters And Numbers

6.30 World News 7.30 Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam 8.00 Gourmet Farmer 8.30 Anthony Bourdain 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: Fermat’s Room (Spain): Federico Luppi 11.40 Movie: Running Wild (Korea) 1.55 Weatherwatch

Friday 14th

SBS

4.00 Can We Help? 4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 Einstein Factor 6.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Movie: The Pink Panther 2.30 Creature Comforts 3.05 Children’s Programs 6.00 My Family

6.30 Shamwari 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Chopper Rescue 8.30 Collision 10.20 The Last Word Monologues 10.50 ABC News 11.05 John Safran's Race Relations 11.35 Being Human: Mitchell and Lucy's relationship intensifies. 12.35 rage

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Children’s Programs 7.15 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 Important Things 8.00 Navy Divers: The recruits must prove they can cope with the deep. 8.25 Girl Friday

8.30 Wired 9.30 The Tudors: In the wake of signing a treaty with France, Henry learns of Buckingham's plot to assassinate him, as Lady Blount finally bears him the son he has always wanted. 10.25 The Wire 12.20 I ROCK 12.50 The People Watchers

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Seven News 10.30 Tennis: AAMI Kooyong Classic: Day Three / Medibank International: Day Six 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 How I Met Your Mother

7.30 Better Homes And Gardens 8.30 Island In A Sea Of Snakes And Whales 9.30 Tennis: Medibank International 2011: Day Six: Night Session 11.30 Tennis: AAMI Kooyong Classic 2011: Day Three 1.30 Secrets Of An Oasis

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 10.00 Children's Programs 11.00 Nine News 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Cricket: Women's Twenty/20: Australia v England 5.00 Nine News

5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Win News 7.00 Cricket: Twenty/20: Australia v England 10.00 Movie: Lethal Weapon 2 12.15 Win News 12.45 Movie: Spartan 2.50 Spyforce 3.50 Nine Presents 4.00 Guthy Renker 4.30 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 Two Guys And A Girl 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef

4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Jamie’s Thirty Minute Meals 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 The Simpsons 8.30 NCIS 9.30 Tennis: Hopman Cup 11.30 The Late Show 12.30 Cops 1.00 The Family

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1.30 Don Matteo 2.30 Rex In Rome 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Dakar Rally 2011 Highlights: Day 13 6.00 Letters And Numbers

6.30 World News 7.30 Coast 8.30 As It Happened: Apocalypse: The Second World War 9.30 World News 10.05 Erotic Tales 10.40 Mistresses 11.10 Movie: The Blonde With Bare Breasts (France) 1.00 Movie: Taxidermia (Hungary) 2.40 Weatherwatch

Saturday 15th

TEN SA

4.00 rage 11.00 The Best In Australia 12.00 Message Stick 12.30 Best Of Australian Story 1.00 Basketball: WNBL: Sydney University v Adelaide 3.00 Football: WLeague: Adelaide United v Perth Glory 5.00 Bowls: NSW Open 2010

6.00 Kylie Kwong: My China 6.30 Best Of Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Bed Of Roses 8.25 ABC News 8.30 Midsomer Murders 10.10 The Graham Norton Show 11.00 Desperate Romantics 11.55 rage

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Scrapheap Challenge 7.45 Republic Of Doyle 8.30 Movie: Coal Miner's Daughter: Sissy Spacek, Tommy Lee Jones: The story of county singer Loretta Lynn's impoverished upbringing and rise

to fame. 10.30 Movie: No Sad Songs For Me: Margaret Sullavan: A moving account of a mother dying of cancer, who conceals the news from her husband and daughter. 12.00 The Sphinx Unmasked 12.55 Sun, Sea & Bargain Spotting

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 9.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 My Wife And Kids 12.30 Tennis: AAMI Kooyong Classic 2011: Day Four: Finals 4.30 New Zealand’s South Island 5.30 New Zealand On A Plate

6.00 Seven News 6.30 No Leave, No Life 7.00 Medical Emergency 7.30 Tennis: Medibank International: Day Seven: Night Session: Men's Finals 9.30 Movie: Midnight Run: Robert DeNiro 12.15 Movie: Fascination: Jacqueline Bisset

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Saturday 9.00 Saturday KerriAnne 10.00 Children's Programs 12.30 Gilligan’s Island 1.00 Fishing Australia 1.30 Horse Racing: Magic Millions 5.00 Postcards International

5.30 Antiques Roadshow 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.30 The Cube 8.30 Movie: Troy: Brad Pitt 12.00 Movie: PunchDrunk Love 1.50 Movie: The Fiendish Plot Of Dr Fu Manchu: Peter Sellers 3.50 Win Presents

6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Video Hits 12.00 Meerkat Manor 12.30 Olivia's Great Walk 1.30 It’s Me Or The Dog 2.30 Everybody Hates Chris 3.30 From The Ground Up 4.30 Making Tracks 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Tennis: Hopman

Cup: Final 10.30 Movie: Domino: Keira Knightley, Mickey Rourke, Dabney Coleman, Édgar Ramírez, Delroy Lindo 12.55 Cops 1.55 Video Hits 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Bayless Conley 4.30 It Is Written 5.00 Hour Of Power

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Luisa Fernanda 2.50 Sickert Vs. Sargent 4.00 Up To The Sky 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Dakar Rally 2011 Highlights: Day 14 6.00 Disable Bodied Sailors 6.30 World News 7.30 Big, Bigger, Biggest 8.30 Iron Chef

9.20 Rockwiz Rewind 10.15 Movie: Babel (The US): Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett: Armed with a rifle, two Moroccan boys set out to look after their family's herd of goats. 12.45 SOS 1.45 Great Australian Albums 2.45 Drawn Together 3.15 Weatherwatch

Sunday 16th

WIN SA

4.00 rage 6.30 Children’s Programs 9.00 Surfing The Menu 9.30 The Wild Gourmets In Spain 10.30 Nicholas Crane's Britannia 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Cricket: Women's T20: Australia v England 3.00 Rocksteady

4.35 Joshua Bell: Poet Of The Strings 5.30 Doctor Who 6.30 Wallace And Gromit 7.00 ABC News 7.30 South Pacific 8.30 Movie: The Black Balloon 10.05 Iconoclasts 10.50 Movie: Easy Rider: Dennis Hopper 12.25 Movie: The Owl And The Pussycat

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Bush Slam: For the last stop on his tour, H.G. Nelson takes songwriter and country music star, Melinda Schneider and beat-box rapper 'Morganics' to Lightning Ridge. 7.30 Art And Soul 8.30 Let Freedom Sing: How Music

Inspired The Civil Rights Movement 10.00 Extras 10.30 Gimme, Gimme, Gimme 11.00 Hamish Macbeth: Police swamp Lochdubh when an apparent break-in attracts the attention of Hamish's bosses. 11.50 Last Enemy 12.50 jtv: Live

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 Movie: Gumnutz 11.40 Home Improvement 12.10 Movie: Tru Confessions 2.00 Movie: Cocoon: The Return 4.30 Three In A Bed 5.30 New Zealand On

A Plate 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Billy Connolly: Journey To The Edge Of The World 7.30 Border Patrol 8.00 Coastwatch 8.30 Bones 10.30 Crimes That Shook The World 11.30 The First 48 12.30 Alan Sugar: The Apprentice 2.00 Home Shopping

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Sunday 10.00 Surfsport 11.00 Surfing: Oakley Pro Junior 2010 11.30 F Troop 12.00 Skippy 12.30 Kangaroo Island: Nature’s Adventure Playground 1.30 Cricket: One Day Series: Australia v

England 5.30 Antiques Roadshow 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Cricket: One Day Series: Australia v England 9.30 Movie: Lethal Weapon 3 11.50 Movie: The Dead Pool 1.30 The Avengers 2.30 Guthy Renker 3.30 Danoz

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Children’s Programs 8.00 Video Hits 12.00 Pat Callinan 4x4 Adventures 1.00 Escape With E.T. 2.00 Ironman: Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Series 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Sports Tonight

6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Rules Of Engagement 7.30 Modern Family 8.00 The Simpsons 8.30 Movie: Out Of Sight 11.00 Movie: Intolerable Cruelty: George Clooney 1.00 Video Hits 1.30 Home Shopping 3.30 Benny Hinn 4.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 6.35 World Watch 10.30 Football Asia 11.00 FIFA Ballon D'or 2010 12.00 FIFA Futbol Mundial 12.30 Speedweek 2.00 Love Of Money 3.00 Equator 4.00 Cycling Central 5.30 Dakar Rally 2011 Highlights 6.00 Thalassa

6.30 World News 7.30 Faces Of America 8.30 Immigration Nation 9.35 Catastrophe 10.35 John Adams: Chronicles the life of the remarkable historical figure, a man that profoundly influenced the US. 11.55 Tour Down Under Classic 2011 1.25 Weatherwatch

Monday 17th

SEVEN SA

4.00 First Tuesday Book Club With Jennifer Byrne 4.30 The Cook And The Chef 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 Einstein Factor 6.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Forsyte Saga 1.30 An Island Parish 2.00 The Bill

3.00 Cricket: Women's T20: Australia v England 6.00 My Family 6.30 Shamwari 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Grumpy Guide To 8.30 Gandhi 9.30 Atlantis: Evidence 10.30 ABC News 10.40 Headhunters Of World War II 11.40 Murphy's Law

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Children’s Programs 7.15 The Daily Show Global Edition 7.40 Important Things 8.00 Absolutely Fabulous 8.30 Durham County 9.20 Girl Number 9

9.30 Generation Kill 10.30 Teachers: When Brian and Kurt race each other to get to school, Kurt's desire to win ends with him in a wheelchair. 11.30 Being Erica: Erica wonders if she should reveal her antagonism toward Josh. 12.15 London Live

6.00 Sunrise: Presented by David Koch and Melissa Doyle 9.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Seven News 10.30 Tennis: 2011 Australian Open: Day One 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Tennis: 2011

Australian Open: Day One: Night Session: Presented by Johanna Griggs 12.00 Room For Improvement 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News: Natalie Barr and Mark Beretta present the latest news.

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 10.00 Til Death 10.30 Children's Programs 11.00 Nine News 11.30 Alive And Cooking: Presented by James Reeson 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 ET

3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Win News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Two And A Half Men 8.00 The Middle 8.30 The Mentalist 9.30 CSI 10.30 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 Two Guys And A Girl 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef

4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Jamie’s Thirty Minute Meals 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Glee 8.30 Undercover Boss 9.30 Just For Laughs 11.00 Ten News 11.30 The Late Show 12.30 Cops 1.00 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1.30 Les Misérables 3.15 About Fish And Revolution 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 World Watch 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Dakar Rally 2011

Highlights 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Weird Or What? 8.30 Man Vs Wild 9.30 World News 10.00 Facejacker 10.30 Entourage 11.00 South Park 11.30 World Game 12.35 Movie: Beautiful Boxer (Thailand)

Tuesday 18th

ABC 2

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4.00 The Cook And The Chef 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 Einstein Factor 6.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Time Team 1.20 Paul Merton In China 2.10 The Bill 3.00 Cricket: Women's T20:

Australia v England: Final 6.00 My Family 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Poh's Kitchen 8.30 Most Dangerous Man In America 10.05 The Hunt For The Tightest Person In Britain 10.30 ABC News 10.40 Rock + Roll Nerd 11.40 1983: The Brink Of Apocalypse

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Children’s Programs 7.15 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 Important Things 8.00 The Goodies 8.30 Jack Osbourne: No Limits 9.15 To Be Announced

9.30 The Whitest Kids U Know 10.00 Generation Kill 11.00 Hyperdrive: The Space Admiral’s daughter has run away. 11.30 The Kevin Bishop Show 11.50 Lawrence Leung's Choose Your Own Adventure 12.20 London Live 12.50 The People Watchers

6.00 Sunrise: Wake up to a better breakfast with Melissa Doyle and David Koch. Features all the latest news, sport and weather. 9.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Seven News 10.30 Tennis: 2011 Australian Open: Day Two: Presented by Matt White and

Hamish McLachlan 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Tennis: 2011 Australian Open: Day Two: Night Session 12.30 Not Going Out 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News: Presented by Natalie Barr

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 10.00 Til Death 10.30 Children's Programs 11.00 Nine News 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 ET 3.30 Children's

Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Win News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Big Bang Theory 8.00 Top Gear 9.30 20 To 1 10.30 Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares 11.30 Win News 12.00 20/20 1.00 ET

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 Two Guys And A Girl 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef

4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Jamie’s Thirty Minute Meals 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation 8.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 9.30 Lie To Me 10.30 Ten News 11.00 The Late Show 12.00 Numb3rs

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Little Indian Big City 2.35 Eclipse 2.45 Ephemeral 3.00 Classical Destinations 3.30 Letters And Numbers 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Letters And Numbers

6.00 Cycling: Tour Down Under 2011 Highlights 6.30 World News 7.30 Money: Why Do We Take Risks? 8.30 Outback Fight Club 9.30 World News 10.05 Cycling: Tour Down Under 2011 Late Highlights 10.10 Late Session 11.05 Hot Docs

Wednesday 19th

ABC 1

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4.00 Talking Heads 4.30 The Cook And The Chef 5.00 Something In The Air 5.30 Einstein Factor 6.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Pilot Guides 1.30 Ben's Zoo 2.00 The Bill 3.00 Children’s Programs

6.00 My Family 6.30 Shamwari 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 QI 8.30 Trophy Room 9.00 Outnumbered 9.30 Summer Heights High 10.00 Getting On 10.30 ABC News 10.45 Brat Camp 11.35 Grand Designs 12.25 Movie: Gloria

5.30 Talking Heads 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 Children’s Programs 7.15 The Daily Show With Jon Stewart 7.35 Important Things 8.00 Dog Whisperer With Cesar Millan 8.30 Fat And Fatter: Will living with obese families in

Argentina and Buenos Aires be a wake-up call for Lauren? 9.20 To Be Announced 9.30 The Agony And The Ecstasy Of Phil Spector 11.15 Eataholics 12.15 What Would Happen If... 12.35 The People Watchers

6.00 Sunrise: Wake up to a better breakfast with Melissa Doyle and David Koch. Features all the latest news, sport and weather. 9.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Seven News 10.30 Tennis: 2011 Australian Open: Day Three 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Tennis: 2011 Australian Open: Day Three: Night Session 12.00 Room For Improvement 12.30 Not Going Out 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News: Presented by Natalie Barr

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 10.00 Til Death 10.30 Children's Programs 11.00 Nine News 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 ET 3.30 Children's

Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Win News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Two And A Half Men 8.00 Customs 8.30 CSI: Miami 9.30 CSI: NY 10.30 Cold Case 11.30 Win News 12.00 Mad TV

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 Two Guys And A Girl 4.00 Good Chef Bad Chef

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

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Issue No. 160

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Spin star top of the charts By BRAD PERRY

By CALLUM TRIFONOFF

LOXTON leg spinner Shaun Reilly has a unique talent when it comes to playing cricket – he can actually turn the ball. At the halfway point of his breakthrough season, Reilly has taken 20 wickets (two ahead of Berri’s Andrew Hume), the most in the Riverland competition and contributed to Loxton’s first one day title, the club’s first A grade silverware in a decade. While Reilly has worked hard on several aspects of his bowling this season, his ability to spin the ball has earnt him exceptional praise. Loxton coach Michael Gutsche said it has been many years since he has seen a spinner as good as Reilly in the Riverland.

■ FUTURE STAR: Loxton spinner Shaun Reilly is leading the Riverland Turf Cricket Association’s aggregate charts after a stunning start to the season. Photo: BRAD PERRY

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With Sutherland punting 68.5 yards with a six second hang-time, ASU officials offered the big ruckman a four-year scholarship at the college, which he turned down… for now. His achievements stand out when one considers the average punt distance in the NFL (the world’s biggest gridiron league) is 45 yards and the average hang time is 4.5 seconds. “When they offered me the scholarship, I was like ‘whoa, this is unbelievable’,” Sutherland said. ■ Continued Page 31

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