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â–  CHECKED: Rivapetz Pet Care owner Jenni Trewren is urging prospective pet buyers to do the research and have the animal checked before finalising the sale. Photo: JANE WILSON

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RIVERLAND representatives will meet with the State Government today to negotiate a solution to the repairs and ownership of Renmark’s ageing flood levee banks. In what is being described as a negotiation process, Renmark Paringa Council Mayor Neil Martinson, chief executive officer Tony Siviour and Member for Chaffey Tim Whet-

stone will meet with River Murray Minister Paul Caica in Adelaide for a booking of two 15 minute time slots. With much confusion as to whether the State Government has any responsibility to fix the floodbanks, Mr Martinson said it is time for some answers. “They’ve always told us that the

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Salena settles out of court on dodgy wine labels AN ADELAIDE Hills winery has won a court injunction over Salena Estate, in order to stop the Riverland winery using similar wine labels, city media reported yesterday. Salena has agreed to an outof-court settlement over the incident. Amadio Wines told The Advertiser Salena Estate was undercutting his company’s profits by selling wine at half-price to international markets. “I have heard of it happening to others and I was not that surprised when I first found out, but

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when I realised it was being done by another South Australian company I was shocked,” Amadio Wines’ Daniel Amadio said. However, Salena Estate principal Bob Franchitto said he was unaware the labels were similar. “I was approached by a Chinese company to produce these labels,” Mr Franchitto said. “We are changing suppliers so we printed the labels in good faith and the next thing I know, Amadio said I was copying his label, which I was not aware of.”

When buying a pet, who do you trust? THE current economic climate has certainly hit families hard and the rise of electricity prices this week adds further financial burden. However, I find it hard to swallow there are people out there accepting pet giveaways and onselling them to make money. I also find it difficult to digest the fact some of the animals sold by backyard breeders are being raised in squalid conditions. People are cutting costs on the animal’s health, all for the sake of making a cheap dollar. I have recently just purchased a puppy from a private breeder and it was my first time experiencing the process. There is always caution and worry that there is little history of your new pet. This particular breeder was fantastic. She had vet records, feeding advice and let me interact with the puppies on offer for more than an hour. I also had a glimpse of my puppy’s mother and witnessed her temperament. There are so many backyard breeders who are having puppies vet checked and doing all the right things. It is such a pity there are some people out there who are not doing the right thing just to make money. There are ways to mitigate the risk of purchasing an unhealthy puppy or kitten but in the end, it comes down to trust and education by the buyer. My young puppy is extremely healthy and a fantastic pet. Unfortunately, I have heard of too many stories locally where people have purchased pets, become attached to their new friend and just weeks later, have had to put it down. It is a sad tale and generally can be avoided if backyard breeders leave their financial motives behind and think about the health of the animals.

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FURTHER delays in the release of the Murray Darling Basin Plan have been accepted by Riverland communities and irrigators, as long as the outcome is balanced. The plan, which is set to save the Murray Darling Basin, will not be released until October after it was expected to become public this month. South Australian River Communities spokesperson Ben Haslett said the delay is frustrating but if more time is needed to get it right, it will be worthwhile. “There is potential stress there with ongoing delays but if they deliver a plan that is not balanced and well thought out then

that is an even bigger problem than another shorter delay,” he said. “Whilst we want the plan as quickly as we can, we also support making sure it’s a really good, balanced plan. “We will be disappointed, however, if they take this extra time and they don’t deliver a good, balanced plan.” Mr Haslett said Murray Darling Basin Authority chairman Craig Knowles has consulted the local communities and is aware of their needs. “At this stage, I think he has a good working knowledge of the problems and the requirements of the different regions but ultimately we need to see that working knowledge put into a good managed plan.”

The plan’s release has been delayed after a recent meeting with water ministers, where the states were unsure how the plan will be rolled out between 2012 and 2019. Calls from the Opposition for Federal Water Minister Tony Burke to apologise to communities for the delay may not be necessary, according to Mr Haslett. “I don’t think we should rush things but by the same token, if we are taking time, we need to make sure we deliver something much better than what we saw last time.” South Australian Murray Irrigators chair Caren Martin said a delay was not unexpected but adds to the uncertainty for irrigators. “I think the frustration

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is in the uncertainty and the speculation,” she said. “I think they need to send a message of what their intentions are and where they are heading, even if they don’t get the specifics. “People need to make long term investment decisions.” Mrs Martin said getting the plan right and equal for Basin communities is the outcome required. “We understand we want this process to be done right and all care given to make sure they get their social and economic issues done properly,” she said. “We’re not overly happy about it but if it means they get it right and they do a better job on it then so be it.”

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Thursday August 4, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 3 ■ BIG CROWD: More than 350 people attended an auction at Loxton packing facility BP Fruits on Tuesday, raising more than $300,000 for liquidators to pay off debts and (inset) the facility’s exterior, which is currently under contract to sell. Photos: JANE WILSON

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Auction exceeds expectations By BRAD PERRY AN AUCTION at Loxton packing company BP Fruits on Tuesday exceeded the expectations of liquidators with around $300,000 raised. In excess of 350 people attended the auction of fruit grading and packing equipment at the Cashmore Avenue property. Of the 140 registered bidders, there were representatives from businesses across Queensland, Western Australia, Victoria and locally. The successful auction follows news BP Fruits land and build-

ings are currently under contract, with settlement expected in coming months. Mason Gray Strange auctioneer Andrew Maros said there were a numbe number of growers and farmers

and not so much in citrus, it was more in the olives to market gardeners to avocado people, who were looking in the industry for retrofitting this type of machinery,” he said.

It was interesting to see other industries getting involved. from a wide range of industries at the auction. “It was interesting to see other industries getting involved

The auction exceeded the expectations of liquidator Kennedy & Co, according to Mr Maros.

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Plaza bounces back as empty stores fill By BRAD PERRY AT LEAST two vacant shopfronts in the Riverland Central Plaza will become occupied as management attempts to fill the holes left by the recent loss of several businesses. Videogame store EB Games is currently setting up a new store in the Berri based plaza and it is understood a business has been earmarked to move into the premises of the former Riverland Plaza Newsagency. Plaza management, Savills Australia, visited the site on Tuesday but declined to comment about any new shops or the plaza’s future. Berri District Business Association secretary Barry Phillips said he is hopeful the plaza can bounce back because it is a key asset to the town and the Riverland. “It is still of interest for the town that it still be successful and attract people,” he said. “It’s the same as in any town,

■ NEW: Videogame business EB Games is preparing to open a shop in the Berri based Riverland Central Plaza, which is good news following the loss of several stores in recent months. Photo: JANE WILSON certainly in a plaza like the Riverland Plaza, that it does and historically has over many years, attracted many people into the town.

“Not only do people come into town to shop at the plaza but we’d like to think that people are also venturing up the street (to other shops).

“It’s extremely important (the plaza bounces back) from a Berri town point of view and a regional point of view.” Mr Phillips said vacant shops are not just a problem in the plaza but also in other Riverland towns. “There are vacant shops in the (Berri) CBD, there are vacant shops in the plaza and there’s vacant shops in Renmark, Loxton, Barmera and in Waikerie and so fort,” he said. “It’s a challenge for each town to make them all the more appealing and get people to come to their town.” “In the ideal world, we’d like to have all shops operating, open, attracting additional trade from outside and visitors. “In the real world, we’re faced with the reality that there is going to be shops empty, unoccupied, but across the board we’d like to think the challenge is there for new businesses to come along and set up and EB Games is an example.”

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Pet buyers beware By BRAD PERRY A NUMBER of backyard pet breeders in the Riverland are flaunting a trust system by accepting free animals and then onselling them. While the problem has been around for many years, it has been exacerbated by the current economic climate with many breeders forgoing health measures to make a quick dollar. Rivapetz Pet Care owner Dr Jenni Trewren said there is no regulation system to stop such practices. “Unfortunately, there are members of our community that see a litter of puppies as an income stream,” she said. “They don’t see them necessarily as long term pets for a family and so they will breed puppies to generate themselves income. “They don’t tend to be overly concerned about what impact that puppy and its health problems or potential health problems will have on the family that it’s going to. “It really is a bit of a minefield and there is some backyard

breeders out there who do a really good job and are responsible pet owners but it is like anything, unfortunately the ones that are dodgy give everyone a bad name.” Some people are also crossbreeding cats and dogs and selling them as purebreds at a premium price.

There are members of our community that see a litter of puppies as an income stream. “Suddenly people started breeding crossbreds...and people are charging a lot of money for that,” Dr Trewren said. “As soon as you have a crossbred animal, you can’t actually control necessarily how those genes are going to be expressed in that animal.” There have also been a number of reports of Riverlanders purchasing animals, only for the new owner having to put down the pet due to health problems. In one case, a person purchased a puppy last week and it

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“There are a surprising number of cases where people take puppies on board and I just don’t think the puppy has been properly represented to the new owner. “People are being conned basically. “The pet industry unfortunately is incredibly unregulated. “People really have to ask lots of questions and be very cautious when handing over money to somebody who is a private person or a backyard breeder.” One of the best ways to

identify a healthy animal is to see its parents, according to Dr Trewren. “The most important thing, and often this isn’t available, is you really want to actually see both the mother and the father,” she said. “Just to see what they physically look like because then you will have a better idea of what your puppy is going to turn into.” “Whether the puppies have actually been vaccinated and health checked is really important.” Rivapetz Pet Care has recently changed its policy on rehoming cats, making sure health measures are taken before selling the animals. “We’re feeling that rather than just giving away cats that are not desexed and having no control potentially over whether that cat ends up breeding another 30 kittens, we’re changing that around and saying ‘we will rehome these cats but we’re going to make sure they are desexed, vaccinated and microchipped first’,” Dr Trewren said.

■ LOVE: Rivapetz Pet Care owner Dr Jenni Trewren has a new cat rehoming program, where the pet is desexed, vaccinated and microchipped before sold. Photo: JANE WILSON

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“We will have a good discussion to make sure the Minister is aware of all our issues and try to get some sort of solution to some of those issues,” he said. Correspondence from Federal Water Minister Tony Burke suggests there is funding available at state level for situations such as the levee bank repairs. “We’ve written to Minister Burke and he’s indicated in one of his emails there is funding provided to State Government for these types of activities and we want to know where do we go to apply for that sort of money and clarify that,” Mr Martinson said. “(Minister Caica) indicated

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the State Government will not be providing any money for the floodbanks and I’ve since heard they may provide money for the floodbanks on crown land but once again, we haven’t got that in writing and these issues need to be sorted out. “We would like to think there is some funding there.” With experts predicting up to 192,000 megalitres making its way to the Riverland in the next 12 months, council is hopeful of fixing the situation with the cost to repair the banks equating to 90 per cent of council’s rate revenue in one year. “Do you look at trying to be proactive and repairing any floodbanks and getting them tidied up for the sake of ‘x’ million

dollars, compared to Renmark being wiped out and going to the State and Federal Government saying we need 10 to 15 million dollars to replace Renmark,” he said. Mr Whetstone, who addressed the issue in Parliament last week, said some of the levee banks are water damaged, there are rabbit holes in others and some have been driven over. “It’s a matter of sitting down and working out responsibilities and where the buckets of money are to address the levee banks and at the moment, the council doesn’t have the money, the Federal Government has some money and I’m sure the State Government has got some

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money,” he said. “I’d like to think that we’re going to meet (today) and get an answer.” A levy for flood affected areas in other parts of Australia is currently being paid and preparation for flood should also not be forgotten, according to Mr Whetstone. “We see every Australian is paying for the unfortunate floods in Queensland and New South Wales,” he said. “The funds have been made available to those communities and I think flood mitigation needs to be treated in the same light. “If we do have rain of Biblical proportions or record proportions, we need to be ready.”

■ COVERED: Woolenok Fruits, at Murtho, is covered in hail from Saturday’s storm. Photos: PETER MANGELSDORF

THE Riverland local government forum will be re-established as part of plans for the region to have a stronger voice. After declining an offer from the Provincial Cities Association of South Australia to rejoin, the Riverland councils decided to meet with each other informally on a regular basis to discuss important issues. Renmark Paringa Council mayor Neil Martinson said the Riverland has differing needs to the regional cities currently part of the association. “We felt the relationship we have with the Local Government Association and also the Murray Mallee Local Government Association was covering our requirements and we didn’t think it was necessary to join the organisation,” he said. Instead it was proposed the local government forum be revisited, although it will not have any decision making powers as a whole. Local government, council chief executive officers and mayors and a Murraylands and Riverland Regional Development Australia representative will meet regularly. “It’s just an informal gathering of CEOs and mayors to look at, and or, discuss any issues particularly relating to the Riverland that may come up and that we could forward information on to the Murray Mallee Local Government Association or the LGA,” Mr Martinson said. In a recent Loxton Waikerie Council report, chief executive officer Peter Ackland reported that the forum will have many benefits. “It was our consensus that as a region, we would benefit from a regular forum where representatives from each council met to discuss regionally strategic issues to gain a position of consensus and agreed recommendation, the recent Riverland tourism issue being a case in point,” he said.


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Fairways greener than ever By BRAD PERRY GOLF courses across the Riverland are embracing full water allocations with many of the greens looking in their best condition for many years. During the drought, a number of local golf courses struggled with a lack of water but 100 per cent allocation has turned things around. Renmark Golf Club president Peter Ruston said the turnaround has been amazing, with a slow return of green fee players. “It (the drought) was a

hell of a struggle,� he said. “It was a case of, like all the other Riverland clubs, we only kept the greens and tee areas going. “The rest of the course was just left to its own devices and we just hoped for rain but we didn’t get any of that in the three years we had drought restrictions. “The turnaround from that point to now is dramatic and I think all the Riverland courses potentially now have stronger grass coverage over more of the course than they had even prior to the

drought.� Local golf clubs are now able to plan at least two years ahead with full entitlements. “What it does, it gives you a lot more flexibility,� Mr Ruston said.

farms or potentially doing other things with your water, whether you want to do the environmental thing and give some back to environmental flow or whether the clubs want to sell water if they are running tight financially.�

The turnaround from that point to now is dramatic. “You can then start looking outside just keeping stuff alive but looking at the possibility of establishing turf

Meanwhile, the Loxton Golf Club was this month recognised in the Golf Australia Magazine as one of

the top 50 golf courses under $50 public green fee, with only four courses in South Australia included on the list. With 100 per cent water allocation in the current irrigation year, Loxton Golf Club president Glen Arnold said the greens are in top condition. “I’m sure it (full water entitlements) will help all the golf clubs,� he said. Mr Arnold hopes recent national publicity for the course will help attract golfers to the Riverland. “It’s certainly very

satisfying for us as a club who take a lot of pride in how we present our course,� he said. “Every little piece of good publicity has got to be beneficial, not only for us but also for other clubs in the Riverland. “People come here on stay and play packages at the local hotels and we’re very happy to have them here and obviously we wouldn’t survive if we didn’t have all those...players coming through.� This weekend, local golfers will compete in the Riverland pennants finals.

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■ SEARCH: Berri Golf Club president Rob Thurmer hopes the facility’s rejuvenated course will attract more members. Photo: CALLUM TRIFONOFF

THE Loxton Golf Club is hoping the Loxton Waikerie Council can allocate any unused water to help secure the club’s future. The club, which has been at its current location for 60 years, is hoping the Loxton Waikerie Council can secure 100 megalitres of water to be used in times of restricted allocations but at this stage, council cannot commit the extra water. “We’re the only course in the Riverland that doesn’t have access to STEDS water schemes, so that means we have to rely completely on the source of water from the River Murray as opposed to from STED schemes,� Loxton Golf Club president Glen Arnold said. At the height of the drought the club lost most

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of its fairways and the course was only saved via a $30,000 water lease and council grant to the club. “We found out when the drought was on, when the course went back a bit, people just stayed away in droves,� Mr Arnold said. “We’ve been making approaches to council to get a similar outcome as Waikerie have had, not necessarily the same but similar. “What we are saying to council is that because we can’t get access to the STED scheme, there is some other way that council could help us out by allocating us water, especially in times of drought, that’s when we really need it. “We think that’s only right and proper that we receive our share of help from local authorities.�

OPEN 24/7 Barmera’s Home of takeaway Sturt Highway Barmera • Phone 8588 2728 By CALLUM TRIFONOFF IN A BID to keep its course in pristine condition, the Berri Golf Club is seeking volunteers and members. With the course described as “never being betterâ€?, the club is conducting a membership drive and calling on locals to dedicate their time to one of Berri’s best known community assets. President Rob Thurmer stressed the importance of a successful golf club needing as many members as possible. “We had a committee meeting (recently) and we talked about using more volunteers on the golf course,â€? Mr Thurmer said. “We’re around the 200 mark (in membership) ...if you want to run a very good golf course, which is going to be in the

centre of the town and be an asset to the community, you’ve got to have at least 400 members. “You’ve only got to come look at the course, (it’s fantastic), never been better.�

Declining membership at golf clubs is something which is a worldwide trend.

To spark the increase in volunteers, the club has worked tirelessly in its efforts. “We put newsletters out, our manager Wayne Thiele, he’ll ring around, he’ll talk

to people as they come into the club, the pro shop,� Mr Thurmer said. “What we do is we say the president’s offered to take care of the first and second bunkers along with volunteers,� Mr Thurmer said. “Everyone gets allocated a job.� Mr Thurmer said ageing members was another reason for the decline in volunteer numbers. “The population is ageing so the volunteers we’re getting are ageing,� he said. “Kids won’t play unless there are other kids playing on the course. “A 10-year-old kid doesn’t want to play with a 50-yearold, he’ll want to play with his mates. “Declining membership at golf clubs is something which is a worldwide trend.�

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LOXTON High School's principal for 2012 has been appointed. Steve Marshall, currently principal at Eastern Fleurieu School, has been named to fill that role. Mr Marshall will replace long serving principal Kent Spangenberg at Loxton at the beginning of the next school year and Riverland Education district director Brian Featherston is excited for the future of the school. “I think (the appointment will) provide enormous opportunity for young people to extend their learning,” Mr Featherston said. Mr Marshall brings with him a strong interest in vocational training. “With regard to the expertise that new principals bring, in the area of vocational training, he will also increase the number of pathways available for young people.” “I know Steve Marshall has significant experience in developing a trade training centre in Adelaide. “That should build on, significantly, the sensational work done by our leaders up here in securing a trade training centre over the past 18 months.” Meanwhile, current Renmark High School acting principal Orio Denti will officially replace Paul Wilton in the new school year. Mr Denti has been in the position in a caretaker role throughout the year.

AFTER resigning from her position as president of the Berri District Business Association, it is not completely farewell for Donna Langford. Remaining on the committee and dedicated to helping the association continue lifting its profile, Mrs Langford said it was the right time to step down. “I’ve been involved in that role for two years and I felt it was time for somebody else with new ideas and stronger ideas to come forward,” she said. “I felt I put in as much as I could. “We gained some new members and tried a few different things, which is what’s happening now, (we’re) going forward even though we don’t have a president etcetera.” A meeting was held last night to discuss who would fill the organisation’s key roles. Secretary Barry Phillips said that despite not having a president or vice-president, “the doom and gloom” has passed. “Most (organisations) run under a constitution, we do as well, and that states eight members (need to be) on the committee,” Mr Phillips said.

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“We’re certainly seveneighths of the way there, it’s almost like having a footy team and now we have to get the captain.” Mr Phillips announced the association has embarked on creating a business plan. “We want to work with our members and nonmembers to get a direction of where our association is headed and why are we actually here,” he said. “We feel the association needs to be contributing more and we want to go down the path for the next three months to develop a plan in consultation. “Hopefully that will help to set us up to go forward and ultimately help Berri and it’s district to improve from a business point of view.” At the annual general meeting on July 20, the association also lost treasurer Joe Hocevar but Mr Phillips has announced a replacement. “Robin Foley is the treasurer,” he said. “We discussed whether the association can still run smoothly without a president, without a vice-president, the general consensus was ‘yes’.”

■ STEPPING ASIDE: Former Berri traders chief Donna Langford looks forward to a continued involvement with the organisation. Photo: JANE WILSON

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Chemical trails TO WHOM it may concern, I am enquiring if you are aware of the contents of the chemical spraying that has been occurring over the Riverland recently? On what could be called the most perfect days; ie: blue skies, almost no breeze or none and a beautiful 20 degrees and then, right on cue, here come the high altitude jets, criss-crossing the skies, spraying something into the sky which, if observed over a period of two to three hours forms into clouds, to entirely block out the sky and then keeps coming down l ike rain. If you are not aware what the spray is, that could be called a ‘chemical trail’. As opposed to contrails

that occur naturally and dissipate over a few hours harmlessly, these instead forms clouds to cover the entire district as far as can be seen. Have you, or are you going to find out what the hell they are spraying into our air? Andrew Stone, Renmark.

Misleading information MARILYN Smith’s letter of last week is misleading and implied that council had failed to give proper public notice of its meeting held on 20 July. Council published notice in accordance with its public consultation policy in both

local papers on June 22 and 23 respectively. The notice also provided advice on the ability for any member of the public to access the draft Annual Business Plan and Budget. Council, however, is not obliged to give a copy to everyone attending a meeting. Her final statement of “wasteful spending has not been addressed by council” was not substantiated at this meeting either, by written or oral presentation, and therefore gives no valid reason for council to not adopting the draft Annual Business Plan and Budget. Rod Ralph, Chief executive officer, Southern Mallee District Council.

Send your letters to PO Box 1279, Berri, SA, 5343 or email lettersdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au All letters must be signed, include full name and address of the writer for verification purposes. The Riverland Weekly reserves the right to edit letters before publication.


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Rates rise in Southern Mallee as....

Music festival defends still magic

Council “horror budget” By BRAD PERRY THE Southern Mallee Council believes ratepayers will not leave the district on the back of a significant nine per cent rate rise. Ratepayers in the council area will be forced to take the brunt of an upgrade to the Lameroo Wastewater Management Scheme in the 2011/12 annual budget. Southern Mallee Council chief executive officer Rod Ralph said increasing electricity and water bills have also added to the rate rise. “I could say that, of course, it’s (the current economic climate) important but it doesn’t seem to affect our other utility providers, they don’t care a hoot that they are suddenly putting water up by 15 or 20 per cent and power by 17 per cent,” he said. “We’ve got to respond appropriately and put it (rates) up to what we feel meets the needs of still maintaining services. “What we will do for those who are affected, is put aside the time to work one on one with those people, so they aren’t financially disadvan-

taged as a result of an increase which is much higher than what they would otherwise expect.” Mr Ralph said he does not believe ratepayers will leave the district as a result of the rise, due to the prosperous nature of the Mallee.

We think...it’s going to be a horror budget for some.

“Fortunately one of the things going for this community is the fact it does have very good job prospects, there’s good employment here,” he said. “It’s not going to be any better anywhere else because they are still going to be paying the same council rates that are above CPI whether it be electricity or water.”

The Mallee council’s budget, which has been described as a horror for some, will help in the long term, according to Mr Ralph. “We think while it’s going to be a horror budget for some, what we will be doing is demonstrating ways in which we want to turn that around far more quickly than what’s currently projected,” he said. With council’s debts totalling more than $4 million, Mr Ralph said many projects will need to be put on hold or reviewed. “There will be some other projects, which are yet to be fully discussed in council, that we will be, as part of our strategic management plan, rolling out in the next few months,” he said. ”We will be saying ‘sorry, we’re no longer going do this or we’ll be curtailing expenditure along these lines in that area’ and we’ll also be identifying areas where we believe future savings can be made.” Meanwhile, the Karoonda East Murray Council will raise rates by five per cent for the 2011/12 financial year.

By CALLUM TRIFONOFF AFTER 15 years, the Riverland Primary Schools’ Music Festival still has the magic it had when it started and it will kick off again on Tuesday. Many students from primary schools across the region take part each year, performing to sell-out crowds at the Chaffey Theatre. For 13 of the 15 years the show has been going, Anne Chase has been involved and has been delighted with the response from the public, year after year. “I’ve been involved for 13 years as a choir trainer and (this is) my 10th as a regional co-ordinator,” Mrs Chase said. “It’s just such a worthwhile event to be part of...traditionally, it’s a sell-out.” Mrs Chase has been pleased with the primary school students who embrace the music every year. “The children enjoy the songs they learn, they especially like the songs with

actions,” she said. “Each year there’s commissioned work, so there’s a few songs at the festival that will be performed for the first time. “This year, it is called The Tales.” One of the highlights of the festival that Mrs Chase can remember was when renowned singer John Schumann, of I Was Only 19 fame, visited in 2009. “(He) composed our commissioned work, he came and visited our festival,” she said. “He came to a dress rehearsal, he came to the performances (and) he was interviewed on stage.” As every year, there will be the odd performance at the festival set to stun the audience. “This year, there’s a rap dancer from Waikerie, he’s going to take everyone’s breath away,” Mrs Chase said. The Riverland Primary Schools’ Music Festival will be held at the Chaffey Theatre from 7.30pm on Tuesday to Thursday.

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Riverfront markets for Renmark? By BRAD PERRY RENMARK may have its own riverfront markets if speculation is anything to go by. The creation of a Renmark Riverfront Markets Facebook page recently has created much discussion in local circles about the possibility of another market in the region. While details about the possible market, or who would organise it are still unclear, Riverland Food Inc acting chairperson Dave Benda said if the Renmark riverfront market did go ahead, it was unlikely to be another farmers’ market with one already held weekly in Berri. “I honestly don’t think there

would be room for another farmers’ market in the sense that I reckon the people that we’ve got would stay with us,” he said. “I don’t know that there is too many more people that can provide produce at this stage. “I think if they were out there, we probably would have seen them (at the Riverland Farmers Market in Berri).” With markets in Barmera and Waikerie selling a range of wares, Mr Benda said a “bric-a-brac” type market in Renmark would be positive for the region. There was a proposal to hold a one-off Easter market in Renmark last year which did not go ahead.

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Wedding

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HE Renmark Club is set for a flurry of visitors at the end of the month with its Bridal Expo taking place. The popular event is likely to attract many locals and out-of-towners who are planning their wedding, or just coming for a good time.

It’s a good, one stop shop if you’re going to be planning a wedding.

Function manager Lyn Wilksch is hoping for a massive day and said there will be plenty on offer. “The club itself is very popular for weddings,� Mrs Wilksch said. “It’s a good, one-stop shop if you’re going to be planning a wedding.� There is entertainment for everyone at the expo as well.

“I’m hoping for a big fashion parade and there’s also a competition running on the radio station that hopefully will attract a lot of people,� Mrs Wilksch said. “There’s cakes, (we’re) hoping for cars, houseboats, photographers, hair and beauty, so there’s something for anyone who’s coming to the Riverland and wants to know what’s available locally.� Mrs Wilksch said the expo is a good opportunity for local businesses to promote themselves. “I’m having more wanting to come to it...and small businesses that don’t really have a shopfront but want to get their business out there,� she said. “I’ll (also) have brides asking me what’s available and by coming to the expo, I get to learn what’s available in the region. “It’s getting bigger each year and this year should be really good.� The Renmark Club Bridal Expo will take place on Sunday, August 28, and will commence at11am.

A big bash at local hotel celebrates Margaret and Jack’s

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AMEROO couple Margaret and Jack Caulfield recently celebrated their 60th anniversary with a family dinner at the Lameroo Hotel in early July. Margaret and Jack were married in the Church of the Irish Martyrs at Lameroo on June 30, 1951. Jack, now 87, grew up in Gladstone and served in World War II. After the war, he and his brother Mick came to the Lameroo district servicing tractors. Jack stayed on at Lameroo and met Margaret, daughter of Kit and Jim Byrne, and a grand-daughter of Lameroo pioneers James and Margaret Byrne. After their marriage, Jack worked on shares for local farmer the late Rex Schroeter. The couple’s first home was built south of Lameroo in 1909 for Lameroo pioneer Thomas Leckie. In 1966 Jack and Margaret bought a house on Adelaide Road and moved into the Lameroo township with their family of five children. Jack began working as a

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Telecom (later Telstra) linesman and Margaret worked as a cleaner and later a waitress at the Lameroo Community Hotel. They both retired in 1990 and continue to enjoy an active life in the local community. Children Brian Caulfield (Adelaide), Tess Gum (Pinnaroo) and Kieran Caulfield (Lameroo) and their families joined in the celebrations, while Mary Notman (Scot-

land) and Sheelagh Ellem (Toowoomba) and their families sent flowers and were in touch by telephone. Also present for the celebrations were Margaret’s sisters Eileen Browne, of Moonta, and Patricia Charles, of Largs North, who were both bridesmaids at the wedding. Margaret and Jack also received letters of congratulations from the Queen, the Governor General, Prime

Minister, Leader of the Opposition, the State Premier and other parliamentarians. Margaret and Jack are looking forward to catching up with old friends at the 100th anniversary of the church where they were wed. Celebrations are in hand for a Mass and luncheon on August 28 to mark the 100th anniversary of the laying of the foundation stone of the Church of the Irish Martyrs at Lameroo.

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Riverland popular for weddings

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HE Riverland has become a popular location for couples from outside the region who are planning their wedding. According to Simply Events owner Ann Hunt, 15 per cent of people planning their weddings with the Berri based business are from outof-town. Mrs Hunt said the number of weddings of people from outside the region will help the local economy. “(It) is absolutely fantastic for the region because it’s

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Having been involved in many weddings, local and outside the Riverland, Mrs Hunt said people come here once and want to hold their special day in the region. “We did one in Barmera not that long ago and there wasn’t one single person at the wedding who was a Riverlander,” she said. “When (the couple) were children, they both used to holiday at Lake Bonney and when they met, they talked about the lake and then they decided to get married here.”

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- Completely renovated inside & out - New kitchen, bathroom, laundry etc - Spacious outdoor living area UMR - Large new shed Price: $188,500 View: Saturday 9.30 - 10.00am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 3 bedroom family home - 2 carports, garage & storage sheds - Superb easycare gardens - Lounge and separate family room NEW Price: $168,000 View: Saturday 10.15 - 10.45am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Modern three bedroom brick veneer - Short walk to Renmark North School - Two living areas - Easy to manage 1500m² allotment Price: $190,000 View: Saturday 11.15 - 11.45am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

OPEN

9 HOPKINS STREET

OPEN

21 KURRAJONG AVENUE

MODERN RENMARK NORTH HOME

OPEN

WARREGO STREET

- 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: $295,000 View: Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm OPEN Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

BREWARRINA STREET

AUCTION TODAY

1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 TAKE THE LOT

ADMIRE MOVE IN & ENJOY

LOVE, DREAM, IMAGINE

- Recently renovated from head to toe - Solid double brick construction, built to last - Within walking distance to schools & Renmark Plaza - All units are currently tenanted, excellent returns Auction 4th August at 12.00pm View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- 3 bedrooms all with built in robes, master with ensuite - Walking distance to schools and Renmark Plaza - Brand new kitchen and bathroom - Split system ac plus combustion heating Price: $245,000 View: By Appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- Water front living that reflects contemporary life - Architectural design and cathedral ceilings - Spotted gum timber flooring flow throughout living - 4 large bedrooms & master suite with ensuite Price: $950,000 View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

161 EIGHTEENTH STREET

178 THURK STREET

LOT 12 TOWNSEND STREET

$20,000 OFF

CENTRAL POTENTIAL - Solid 3 bedroom & study home on double allotment - In the heart of town - close to Shops, Sporting, etc - Timber kitchen, chef appliances, modern bathroom - Huge shed with concrete floor, colourbond verandah Price: $239,000 View: By Appointment Contact: Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

171 FIFTEENTH STREET

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A SURE BOX TICKER!

RURAL LIVING AT IT’S BEST

ALL THE ESSENTIALS FOR THE GROWING FAMILY

WELL PRICED 4 BEDROOM HOME

- Established in a quiet street.700m2 corner allotment - 3 generous sized bdrms, built in robes & carpet. - Versatile kitchen with gas cooktop & prep space - 10m x 5m undercover, paved entertaining area Price: $177,000 View: By Appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- 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 NEW Price: $295,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Large four bedroom brick veneer home - Walking distance to Renmark Plaza & CBD - Spacious living areas with easy flowing floor plan - Double garaging with drive through facility Price: $340,000 View: By Appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- Quiet no-through street - Reverse cycle A/C, wood & gas heating - Nice bathroom & kitchen areas - Two living areas New Price: $136,500 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

12 TAYLOR STREEET

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: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

199 SEVENTEENTH STREET

RAL RAL AVENUE

20 RAILWAY TERRACE

SOLID START!

GREAT INVESTMENT

- Solid Home with 4 bedrooms plus games room - Walking distance to the famous Lake Bonney - Gas heating and Reverse cycle air conditioning - Established on a huge 867m2 allotment Price: $170,000 View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- Central location near schools and shopping - Tenanted for $100 per week - Open living areas - One bedroom with built in robes Price: $95,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

11 BONNAR STREET, BARMERA

3/168 EIGHTEENTH STREET

14 TWENTYFIRST STREET

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

224 TWENTYFIRST STREET

Owners relocated - MUST SELL 4 BEDROOM HOME – MODERN & AFFORDABLE

OPPOSITE PARK

QUALITY & LOCATION

A LOVELY LYRUP HOME

- Transportable, built 2003 - 3 air conditioners plus ceiling fans - Modern bathroom and kitchen - Carport, front & rear verandahs, garden shed NEW Price: $140,000 View: By appointment Contact: Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

· 3 bedrooms, ducted evap aircon · Large rear verandah & garage · Spacious corner allotment · Excellent residential area Price: $152,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Solid construction home in town centre area - Three bedrooms, polished floors - Very nice modern kitchen and bathroom - Large shed with rear lane access NEW Price: $215,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Set on a large 2837m² allotment - 3 bedrooms, modern timber kitchen - Huge shed with 3 roller doors - Beautifully landscaped gardens New Price: $225,000 View: By appointment Contact: Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

20 MURRAY PRICE DRIVE

INSPECT TO APPRECIATE THE EXTRAS - 1147m2 corner allotment - Four bedrooms, ensuite, spacious living - Modern kitchen & bathroom - Large shed, pit & good outdoor areas NEW Price: $208,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

120 PYAP STREET

2 GREVILLA STREET

EXPRESS YOURSELF! - Location, – Zoned Residential and Town centre - Keep as is, or build your next investment - 4 bedrooms all with floor coverings. - Short walks to Renmark Hotel & Renmark CBD Price: EOI View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

86 SIXTEENTH STREET

168 SEVENTEENTH STREET

“KIMLESLEY” HOUSEBOAT - Currently moored at Ral Ral Creek - 64Hp Diesel Ford Industrial engine - 16.3m long x 6.38m wide, steel pontoons - 8 berth, BIR to main, Rinnai BBQ, gas stove Price: $125,000 - $135,000 View: By appointment Contact: Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

RAL RAL CREEK (JANE ELIZA)

PIKE CREEK ROAD, LYRUP

DUPLEX RENTAL INVESTMENT - Close to town centre & Medical - Currently receiving $315 per week - 6.8% gross return - Good quality kitchen & bathrooms NEW Price: $225,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

72 THURK STREET

RLA 147968


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129 Renmark Ave, Renmark Phone: 8586 6831 RENTALS

10 ACRES WITH HOME

HOUSEBOAT “SUNSPOT�

ITS ALL DONE

- Home rented for $160 per week - Three bedroom home - Planted to cab sav & chardonnay - Drip irrigation Price: $160,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 20m x 8m vessel with aluminium pontoons - Two bedrooms, two living areas - Owner selling due to ill health. - Use for holidays or reside permanently on board! Price: $155,000 or ONO View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 3 Bedroom home set amongst 30 acres - Polished timber oors in living areas - 125 mega litre water allocation - Enviroscan plus soil monitoring linked to home comp Price: $505,000 View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

QUARTE STREET

PARINGA

LOXTON ALLOTMENT

RETIRE NEAR THE RIVER

- Quiet cul-de-sac Address with great potential - 474m2 parcel of land surrounded by quality homes - Great for retirees to build an easy care villa - All services on site Price: $55,000 View: By Appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- Only a few metres from the river - 489m² with 24.31 metre frontage - Side lane & front street access - Easy walk to shops, Hotel, Club etc Price: $89,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

MC EWAN DRIVE, LOXTON

PYAP STREET (NEAR HOTEL)

FRUIT AND PLANT AND SHED - 19.2 acres Renmark North - CCW vines & trees & market fruit - Large range of quality implements - Large shed & drip irrigation Price: $260,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

RENMARK NORTH 19 ACRES RENMARK NORTH

¡ Huge 1,077 square metres ¡ Room for caravan, boat, trailers, etc ¡ Can be developed for two homes ¡ Quality modern housing area Price: $89,000 View: By Appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- CCW contract vines - High quality implements - Drip irrigation - Two separate titles Price: $287,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

RENMARK AVENUE BUILDING ALLOTMENTS - We have a wide range of building sites - Priced from $36,500 to $127,000. Paringa Cliffs Visit: www.paringacliffs.com.au

MURTHO ROAD, PARINGA

RENMARK NORTH

Subject to Council consent we have a great building site on the Berri side of Renmark. Keep the plantings as a sideline income or clear the land for kids bikes, a horse etc. READY SET GO! - Excellent business opportunities, stop paying rent - Huge shedding ready for your business industrial or horticultural (STCC) and quality equipment. - 40m x 17m Colourbond Shedding with large door - Massive 64 pallet on the oor cool room New Price: $325,000 P/E View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

KULKYNE STREET

Sec 102(26) Warrego St,

33 Seventeenth Street,

32 Pauline Street, Paringa,

19 Murtho St,

NOW ONLY $98,000

16C Ral Ral Ave,

Ray White Renmark RLA 147968 www.paringacliffs.com Mark Cresp: 0417 883 892 Office: 8586 6831

$160pw

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

4 Murray Avenue,

$150pw

3 b/r home close to Town Centre and river, r/c air cond, carport.

- Spacious 1.66Ha site - Build in a rural setting - Planted to plums, peaches, apricots & vines - Council consent required to build. View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

“Peace of Mind�

Property Management Phone: 8586 6433

RENMARK AVENUE

BERRI 11.00 - 11.30am 23 Raeder Court LJ Hooker Berri

Allotments from 2000m² to 5700m² Over 6000m² of reserves Access to the river by foot 8kms of wetland walking trails Watersports: skiing and wakeboarding, boating, kayaking, fishing • Modern infrastructure including filtered water, electricity, telecommunications

$160pw

Two b/r, 2 storey unit, overlooking Jane Eliza Estate, a short walk to river and town centre, s/s air conditioning, spacious living, carport.

RENMARK AVENUE BUILDING SITE

BARMERA 12.30 - 1.00pm 7 Bonnar Street LJ Hooker Berri

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$180pw

$170pw

2/1 Thurk St,

List

FOR FO O R THIS S WEEK

Saturday, August 6

Stage 1 now selling

$190pw

3 b/r brick family home, well cared for, r/c air cond, spacious b/rs, carport, verandah and shedding.

HOME OME INSPECTIONS O SPECTIONS P ONS O NS

ARINGA Cliffs is your rare chance to enjoy clifftop, riverbank living on a super-spacious allotment in a peaceful, village community, surrounded by an oasis of natural beauty.

$190pw

3 b/r home plus sunroom in great location, just a short walk to town centre, r/c air cond, modern kitchen, ceiling fans to b/r’s, carport, rear pergola, fenced yard.

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$280pw

Lovely stone home with character, located close to town centre & plaza, 3 b/r’s with study, separate games room/4th b/r, comb heating, s/s r/c air cond, polished oorboards throughout, double carport, shedding, large pergola, plenty of room to move outside.

Neat & Tidy 3 b/r home in Town Centre, r/c air cond, outside toilet.

Thinking of Building out of Town??

- 1.214Ha Zoned Residential - Potential to subdivide (STCC) - 175 metre Sturt Highway frontage Price: $190,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

167 Eighteenth Street,

Rural 2 b/r brick home, close to Renmark North Primary School, split system air cond, carport.

30 METRE WIDE ALLOTMENT

RESIDENTIAL SUBDIVISION OPPORTUNITY (STCC)

$280pw

Modern 4 b/r home close to town centre, ensuite to main, s/s air cond, double carport with roller doors, garden shed.

- Three bedrooms all with built in robes - 2 separate living areas - Ducted airconditioning - 2 large sheds New Price: $285,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

SCARBOROUGH COURT

Built in 2005, this executive home offers 4 bedrooms or 3 plus study, split system reverse cycle air conditioning, ensuite and walk-in robeto main, built-in robes, open plan living, garage, large gable roof pergola, fenced yard.

20 Railway Terrace,

COOLTONG AVENUE

MODERN HOME ON 10 ACRES

RENMARK NORTH

83 Pyap Street,

COBDOGLA 1.15 - 1.45pm 5 Shueard Rd LJ Hooker Berri GLOSSOP 11.45 - 12.15pm 218 West Rd LJ Hooker Berri

Saturday, August 6 RENMARK 9.30 - 10.00am 9 Hopkins Street Ray White Renmark 10.15 - 10.45am 21 Kurrajong Avenue Ray White Renmark 11.15 - 11.45am Warrego Street Ray White Renmark 12.00 - 12.30pm Brewarrina Street Ray White Renmark RENMARK NORTH 10.00 - 10.30am Lot 18 Tareena St LJ Hooker Berri

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$249,950

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$139,000

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY 3 bedroom home Open plan living Large fully fenced corner allotment Close to all facilities Large shed with 2.85m clearance

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Polished Baltic Pine floorboards in living areas Numerous vehicle parking options Galley style kitchen with Modern appliances

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Secluded Family home 1 minute to the River and a Primary School Ducted Reverse Cycle Airconditioning

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Waikerie

$235,000

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680m2 of office space Storage & workshop area Customer lounge Large showroom

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$115,000

MAYSUN

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Waikerie

PROMINENT SHEDDING IN GREAT LOCATION

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

Morgan

$490,000

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Morgan

$119,500

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

THE MARSCHALL FAMILY

Quiet location Neat 2 bedroom home Open plan living Heating and cooling Large garage Approx. 5 mins drive to the boat ramp

Ramco

$179,500

BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME p p p p p

Brick home 3 bedrooms Large living area Fantastic storage area Great shedding p Close to river and school

Sunlands

$37,000

CITRUS AND HOME SITE

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Taylorville

$154,000

RURAL ENVIRONMENT

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4 bedroom home Fully fenced allotment Large lounge with slow combustion heater 10.25m x 3.3m shed Ideal first home, investment property or home base for the serious traveller

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TIME FOR A CHANGE

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$92,000

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Waikerie

$195,000

AFFORDABLE OUT OF TOWN LIVING

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$179,500

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Solar power with generator back up Inverter and Generator Substantial rainwater storage Cost and energy efficient 74 acres of fenced land Spacious living area 3 or 4 bedrooms Combustion heater Animal pens and secure fencing

Blanchetown

From $94,000

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10 allotments Land size from 900HA to 964.2HA Private Water scheme available 1HA or 2.5 acres build site per allotment 102 native plant species 81 native bird species 10 native reptile species 8 native mammal species

Cadell

$349,000

RIVER FRONTAGE CAN BE AFFORDABLE

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Large 648m freehold allotment 49.16m frontage Licence for a jetty Double bedrooms Open plan living area Lockable boat shed Sandy skiable beach Near to main boat ramp Quieter shack site

Serving the district from, 2 Coombe Terrace, Waikerie

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$225,000

SPACIOUS LAND AND COSY COTTAGE 1.012Ha or 2.4 acres freehold land Country cottage – open plan living 2 large bedrooms Formal lounge 10.8m x 9.2m steel framed shed 6.6m x 5m stone garage 80m frontage onto Sturt Hwy

Waikerie

$234,000

LOW MAINTENANCE HIGH ENJOYMENT p p p p p p

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3 Double bedrooms Dual access bathroom Open plan living Paved side and rear entertaining areas Garage under main roof Low maintenance allotment Views towards riverflats

Waikerie p p p p

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$239,000

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

Waikerie

$275,000

OUTSTANDING LOCATION p p p p p p

4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Living Areas Double garage Massive yard Spectacular view

Waikerie

$192,500

VERY CONVENIENT LOCATION p p p p p p

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4 bedrooms Shedding for 2 cars Carport Low maintenance allotment Lounge – formal dining area Open kitchen, meals family area Suit First Home Owner, Retiree or Investor Great all rounder

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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$227,500

Waikerie

SPACIOUS 320M² ALLOTMENT p p p p p

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Waikerie

$229,900

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$208,000

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Independent living on each level Expansive outdoor entertaining areas 4 bedrooms over the 2 levels 2 bathrooms 2 kitchens Lockable garage 180˚ panoramic views over flats and cliff

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WATER SO CLOSE YOU COULD NEARLY TOUCH IT

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$197,500

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AFFORDABLE RIVER ALTERNATIVE

983m2 block 3 bedrooms Family / Kids play room with 2nd toilet Single car garage with internal access to home 12m x 6m shed with 3 sliding doors 9m x 3.5m Outdoor Entertaining Area

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FIRST TIME ON THE MARKET

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Ideal weekender River Retreat Ground level shack Open plan living Combustion heater Lockable garage Carport Close to boat ramp

Morgan

Large 9427m² corner allotment Large solid construction home 4 bedrooms Open plan kitchen dining Formal lounge Paved return verandah on 2 sides Securely tenanted showing good rental returns

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Morgan

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Convenient location Walk to shops Walk to school Quiet street 3 large bedrooms Formal lounge Open kitchen meals Formal dining room Low maintenance yards

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3 bedroom Granny flat Spacious living areas Great shedding Massive yard

Waikerie

$239,000

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RENMARK NORTH, Lot 18 Tareena St HOBBY FARM & HOME Want to live on the land and get a small income? Situated on 5.8 acres comprising organically grown grapes planted to gordo, Mataro and shiraz with 22.4 megs of water. This property also has a good size three bedroom home with open plan kitchen, dining, lounge, newly renovated kitchen, ducted air-conditioning and wood combustion heating.

New Release BERRI, 23 Raeder Court

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

Price: $220,000

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LIFESTYLE ON LAND This excellent four bedroom home is situated just outside of Berri on approximately 2 1/2 acres. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite for perfect privacy. All bedrooms are fully carpeted with blinds and ceiling fans. There is plenty of room with the open plan kitchen, dining and family room and the separate formal lounge has both wood and gas heating with ducted air-conditioning in the main living areas. The home has a great outside entertaining area with a fully enclosed saltwater pool. The large shed comes with concrete floor and power.

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BERRI, 3B Magarey Street Stylish low maintenance Torrens Title 3 bedroom Villa, A/C, combustion heating, spacious rooms, 2-way bathroom, formal lounge, modern kitchen, garage, U.M.R. Suit investor. Tenanted on fixed term lease.

Price: $225,000 Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Price: $299,500

Under Contract

Saturday August 6th 11.45 - 12.15pm

Mobile: 0431

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

488 538

LIVE ON THE LAND Situated just outside of Glossop on approximately 24 acres of land. Three bedroom home with loads of shedding and two rainwater tanks. Property completely fenced, perfect spot to rebuild, renovate or just a great spot for the horse lover.

Under Contract BERRI, 11 McGregor St

BARMERA, 7 Bonnar Street PRESENTATION PLUS This beautifully presented three bedroom home could be the one you have been looking for. Great position, walk to the lake and gardeners special. This solid brick home has three good size bedrooms, computer area, great bathroom with bath and separate shower. It has a good size kitchen with breakfast bar, double s/s sink, walk in pantry and gas stove. The floors are beautifully tiled and all bedrooms carpeted with built ins to the master. The property comes with a carport, garage, garden shed and rear lane access. Price, position and quality. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Price: $235,000

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488 538

INVEST, RETIRE OR FIRST HOME BUYER We are pleased to offer for auction this three bedroom home centrally located. Carpeted throughout with polished floors in kitchen, aircon in lounge and master bedroom, large backyard with garden shed and carport. Auction date Friday 22nd July at 12 noon.

New Release GLOSSOP, 218 West Rd

Price: Auction Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Price: $240,000

Saturday August 6th 1.15 - 1.45pm

Mobile: 0431

488 538

Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744

BRICK STRATA UNIT Add this to your investment portfolio! Two bedroom community titled unit in a small group. Built-in robes, open plan living areas, modern kitchen, r/c air conditioning, carport, fenced yard, garden shed. Currently tenanted.

SOLD LOVEDAY, 1 Morris Street STORE & RESIDENCE, PLUS POST OFFICE

COBDOGLA, 5 Shueard Rd

This freehold building is at present occupied as a general store, selling subject to the lease of 2 + 2 + 2 years. Excellent returns as an investment.

COUNTRY TOWN COMFORTS This home has three good size three bedrooms with a large family and open plan lounge/dining area, ducted air and gas heating in lounge. It has a great entertaining area with your own private spa room and includes a double carport and garden shed. This is a move in straight away home, with nothing to do. Price: $199,500

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

BERRI, 2/52 Old Sturt Highway Price: $125,000 Internet: 394FD7

Price: $100,000 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

PRICE REDUCTION $85,000

REDUCED to SELL at $360,000

LOXTON, Lot 40 Wheatley Rd ELEVATED BUILDING SITE WITH RIVER VIEWS Ready to build your dream home on! Approx. 1 acre of cleared residential land on an elevated position with river views. Situated in new subdivision, all underground services plus pad. Excellent value. Price: $85,000

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

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

488 538

BERRI, Lot 23, Nitschke Road

KINGSTON ON MURRAY, Farley Road

HOMESTEAD ON THE RIVER MURRAY – BREATHTAKING VIEWS

SET HIGH ON THE HILL

This exceptional 4 bedroom family residence has character and position, being historically 100 years old - not a lot of properties such as this come onto the market. Views over the River and Lock 4, with access to the river’s edge and boat ramp Price: $435,000 Internet: 3DAFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Situated on approx. 2.5 acres, this 4 bedroom home offers ducted air throughout, good size living space, sunken lounge, large separate family room and four good sized bedrooms. Good amount of shedding and large amount of rain water tanks. Price: $360,000 Internet: 3DOFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

LAND PLUS BRICK SHOPS

LAND AND PROPERTY FOR SALE BY TENDER.

REDUCED to SELL at $179,000 LOXTON, Sec 669 Alamein Avenue SOLID HOME ON APPROX. 1 ACRE OF LAND 4 bedroom home with swimming pool. Eat in kitchen, bathroom, enclosed back verandah, spilt system, garage. Suit family seeking rural living. Price: $179,000 Internet: 35VFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

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LOXTON, Drabsch Street Situated just off main street in Loxton’s business district, an opportunity to purchase vacnt land, plus 4 brick shops. Selling as a whole, on 2 titles. Develop further or permit parking.

Price: $375,000

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

BERRI, Section 1535 Oliver Rd - off Chilton Rd.

Tenders close 31 August at 12 noon. Tender documents available at the office, LJ Hooker Berri. Approximately 20 acres planted to vines plus comfortable three bedroom home. Excellent, position, suit redevelopment. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304


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RENTAL PROPERTIES BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

BERRI PROPERTIES 19 ROSENTHAL DRIVE

Price:

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Spacious 3 Bedroom plus study or 4th bedroom, R/C aircon, double garage, enclosed yard and large entertainment. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429 Price: $240

21 WORMAN ST

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4 bedroom brick home, 2 living areas, r/c heat/cooling, entertainment area, est. gardens, carport, d/ shedding. Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

27 WORMAN Price: $185 PW Large 3 bedrm home, spacious living areas, modern bathroom, gas heating, shedding, carport, encl. yard. Contact: Traci Phone: 8582 2744

4 HOBBS STREET

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3/5 SULTANA ST

Price: $150

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2 bedroom unit with large bedrooms, open plan kitchen, dining and lounge, shower and toilet includes small bath, split system r/c air-conditioning, small rear yard including a carport.

2/9 FARMER STREET

Price: $145

Saturday August 6th 11.00 - 11.30am

PW

2 bedrm p/furnished unit in good area of Barmera, bir, open living, r/c, carport. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

2/10 MORTIMER RD

Price: $150

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2 Bedroom unit modern, open living, RC AC carport garden shed & large enclosed yard. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

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180 PW

Available now. 3 bedroom, kichen/ dine, separate lounge, r/c aircon, back verandah, large enclosed yard and shedding.

Price: $120 PW 9/65 TONKIN AVE Large 2 bedroom renovated unit, open spacious interior, r/c carport.

New Release

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429 Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

LOXTON, UNITS - NO PETS 10/11 CONEYBEER ST

Price: $145

PW

Partly furnished spacious one bedroom unit, centrally located, split system heating, carport. Avail. Aug. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

2/59 POWELL ST 12 ROBERTS STREET

Price: $180

PW

Spacious 3 bedroom home close to shops, bath with separate shower, r/c aircon ,shedding, enclosed yard and large verandah.

Price: $145

PW

2 Bedroom unit near plaza, BIR, spacious open living, r/c aircon, small courtyard and carport – avail late Aug.

2/40 FIRST ST

Price: $120

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2 bedroom stylist unit in small group, BIR’s , open living area, cooling, small garden, off street parking. Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429

RENMARK PROPERTIES

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HIS excellent four bedroom home is situated just outside of Berri on about two and a half acres. The master bedroom has a walk-inrobe and en’suite for perfect privacy. All bedrooms are fully carpeted with blinds and ceiling fans. There is plenty of room with the open plan kitchen, dining and family room

and the separate formal lounge has both wood and gas heating, with ducted airconditioning in the main living areas. The home has a great outside entertaining area with a fully enclosed saltwater pool. The large shed comes with concrete floor and power. This home has lots to offer and is priced to sell on this market.

Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429

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Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact LJ Hooker Berri Sue Wurth 0431 488 538

23 Raeder Court Price: $160

11 TRENAMAN CRES

Price: $270 PW 4 HALE STREET Executive 3 bedroom home, spacious living, huge stylish kitchen, refrigerated R/C air conditioning double garage and storage, garden and fenced yard.

3 bedroom home close to town, kitchen /dine separate lounge, carport & large enclosed yard. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

1294 TRENAMEN RD

Price: $160

Price $299,500 Inspect Saturday August 6th 11.00 - 11.30am RLA 1935

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2 Bedroom on land, open living, R/C aircon, carport, no pets. Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

23 BROOKES ST

Price: $280

PW

3 bedroom newly built brick home, 2 bathrooms, 2 spacious living areas opening to outdoors, carport, garden shed and enclosed yard. Available July. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Price: $260 PW 97 PYAP ST Executive 3 bedroom home, 2 living areas, split system heating/ cooling, garaging, courtyard. Available now.

Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429 17 QUEEN ELIZABETH DR

Price: $195

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2 Bedroom modern home overlooking lake bedrooms with BIR, open living RC AC, outdoor enclosed entertaining area and carport. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

BARMERA, UNITS - NO PETS 1/76 POWELL

Price: $180

PW

Price: $230 PW 203 15TH STREET Spacious 4 Bedroom stone home in good area. Wood heating, evap cooling, shedding and carport. Avail Sept.

2 bedroom homette with large lounge and dine area, large BIRs, front and rear verandahs, carport, enclosed back yard and garden shed.

Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429

Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

RENMARK, UNITS - NO PETS 1/5 GRENACHE AVE

Price: $150

PW

2 bedroom modern unit, located close to shops and schools, r/c, small enclosed yard, carport. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

26A BARWELL AVE Price: $150 PW 2 bedroom upstairs unit in town centre, built in robes, RC AC, good side kitchen, dine lounge & carport. Contact: Patty Phone: 0419 602 756

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

All rentals can be viewed on the ljhooker.com or realestate.com.au websites. COMMERCIAL LEASING BERRI VAUGHAN TCE High exposure, approx. 410 square meters fronting Vaughan Terrace. Large solid premises including reception area, offices, kitchen, toilets and plenty of car parking.

BERRI WILSON STREET

BERRI HUGHES STREET

Approx 260 sqm. Separate offices, r/c ducted air-cond, on upper floor. Parking at rear. $300 per week.

Large modern warehouse office & reception 4000 sqm could be divided into small lots.

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

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

BERRI HUGHES STREET

LOXTON EAST TCE

Prime Location R/C A/C suit office/ workshop. Parking available. Lease Negotiable.

Prime Location in main street approx 200sqm A/C Carpeted, Kitchen/Toilets. Avail Now.

Office/Shop premises. Suit offices incorporating 3-4 offices &reception area. A/c, kitchen/toilet facilities. U/c parking at rear. Great outlook acrros Riverfront. Approx 200sm2. Long lease available.

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

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

Approx 200sqm shop premises suit retail A/C Kitchen & 2 Toilets Lease Negotiable $330.pw PLUS OUTGOINGS Avail Now.

Large shop premises in prominent position. R/C Air-cond, next to Supermarket, Kitchen/Toilets. Lease Negotiable. Parking Suit Restaurant.

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

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

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

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

BERRI, 9 RIVERVIEW DRIVE

RLA 1935

BERRI WILSON STREET

RENMARK ARCADE

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HIS beautifully presented three bedroom home could be the one you have been looking for. Great position, walk to the lake and gardener’s special. This solid brick home has three good size bedrooms, computer area, great bathroom with bath and separate shower.

BARMERA

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7 Bonnar Street Price $235,000 Inspect Saturday August 6th 12.30 - 1.00pm

RLA 1935

It has a good size kitchen with breakfast bar, double s/s sink, walk-in pantry and gas stove. The floors are beautifully tiled and all bedrooms carpeted with built-ins to the master. The property comes with a carport, garage, garden shed and rear lane access. Price, position and quality.

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MOTORING

Cars in the news

A weekend packed with 4WD action at Loveday By DANNY HANRAHAN ■ PRIZE: You could win this Hilux at this weekend’s Australian 4x4 Muster at the Loveday 4x4 Adventure Park.

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HIS weekend will see the Riverland host yet another national event; The Australian 4x4 Muster at the Loveday 4x4 Adventure Park. 4WDs from across Australia are on their way to Loveday for a weekend of family fun and the chance to win the much publicised, modified Hilux ute. Trucks will roll in from Thursday night but the official program kicks off at 9am on Saturday with the 4x4 expo. Exhibitors from across the Riverland and Adelaide will have a variety of goods on display and, of course, for sale. Many visitors wait for the close of the expo at 11.30 am, when exhibitors are encouraged to run three minute specials by the park host Tony Whateley. Be careful, though, you may miss out altogether if you are not quick enough. The expo will be followed by 4WD TV’s Remote Control Rock Crawler Competition. Simon from Australia’s biggest 4WD program will be on hand to show you just how it’s done. You never know, you could end up featuring on the show, so make sure you look your best. Right on noon everyone will receive a briefing outlining the weekend’s activities, followed by one of the weekend highlights, the DP Chip group photo session. The session will be made all the better this year, as each entrant

Photo: CALLUM TRIFONOFF

will receive a DVD copy of all photos taken during the weekend by Danny Hanrahan, from Offroading Online. At 1pm, the action starts to warm up with the 4WD TV Expression Session. Make sure you grab this opportunity to show off your 4x4 and feature on 4WD TV. The Loveday Extreme Team Hour of Carnage Stunt Show will then hit the stage at 4pm. If you have not been lucky

enough to see this spectacular event at one of Australia’s state and national 4x4 shows, make sure you get yourself and the kids out to grab a spot up front by the fence.

that trip. After a short break to calm the nerves ‘The Walking Jukebox’ Ronny Hashim returns to the licenced Tavern at 7pm for a great night of

You never know, you could end up featuring on the show, so make sure you look your best. If you plan to make only one trip to Loveday in your lifetime, then this is the time to make

tion to the dubious judges, who will preside over the fun day and allocate those much sought after points. The day continues through to 4pm, with entrants completing seven stages of tasks, all aimed at family fun. The day is not a race for big modified 4x4s but instead is aimed at mum and dad, with a car load of kids having a great day of fun out in the open air and bush. At 4pm the big prize of the Hilux ute and second prize of an Engle fridge will be drawn, along with the day’s numerous prizes being awarded to winners. The whole weekend is fully catered for, including drinks and a range of food guaranteed to satisfy everyone. The weekend will set you back just $60 entrance per car for both days, including the option to camp overnight. This also gets you one ticket in the drawer for the Hilux and the option to upgrade to two tickets for $100 per car. Day entry is also $60.00 per car. An added bonus for the weekend will be the presence of Randell Kilner, editor of DirtComp Magazine, who will be on hand for a chat while he prepares a major story for the next issue of the mag. All entrants will then receive a free copy of this edition, along with a DVD of all photos taken during the weekend by the designated Loveday photographers.

music and entertainment. Sunday kicks off at 9am with a short briefing and an introduc-

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Thursday August 4, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 23

SPORT

Renmark heads the way AS THE A1 Riverland Netball Association pushes towards finals, the Riverland Weekly assesses the likely finals contenders and the season each team has had. Renmark RENMARK has been clinical so far this season and will be keen to avenge last year’s upset loss to Loxton in the grand final. Without a loss in the season to date, the team’s depth continues to grow with a great mix of junior and senior talent. The experienced Leanne Menz has been a pillar in defence and her outstanding contribution has helped Renmark set up for a strong finals campaign. Denika Gartery has been in fine form of late, while defender Jo Haynes has also had a consistent season. Renmark’s shooters have had plenty of opportunities and Amy Leesue and Sonja Modlinski have been on fire underneath the ring. Young talent such as Reeni Leuders and Kelly Nelson have enjoyed court time and the more experienced Amy Martinson will be a handy finals prospect. There have been some big wins for Renmark this season but will the team stumble at the final hurdle? Surely, not this year. Key player: Leanne Menz

Berri THIS year’s Berri team has much talent and skill but will need to dig deep if it can grab that illustrious premiership. Currently in a tussle with Loxton for second place, Berri has been in good form in recent rounds and will bring strong momentum into the finals series. Scoring what is believed to be a record final quarter total of 27 goals against Waikerie, Berri showed it has the fire power to take it up

to Renmark. Kimberley Wade has been one of the best midcourt players in the competition and not far behind her is defender Michelle Wenman. Defence has been the strength for Berri this season, with the likes of Tori Jachmann starving the opposition attackers of possession. Taylee Howard has been another to impress with her shooting. We like the form Berri is showing in the lead up to the finals and even if it finishes in third position, can still take home the flag with an upset win over Renmark.

ton tomorrow to have any chance of reaching the finals. Over the past few years Barmera has blooded a number of junior players and as those gain experience, their performances boost the team’s spirit. Veteran Sue Whitbourne has led her charges through an important midcourt role and the likes of versatile Charlotte Richardson and Katie Saville have contributed well in defence. Youthful Jesse-Lee Jones and Meg Gillespie have both featured midcourt, while Kiera Middleton has added good balance to the team. Injuries to Tess Dempsey and Kate McKinlay throughout the season have certainly hampered team performances but Barmera is capable of causing an upset if it does play finals netball.

Key player: Kimberley Wade

Loxton AFTER winning the premiership last season, Loxton has had a consistent year, without showing signs of domination. With a few tight victories and competitive efforts against Renmark, Loxton is still well in the mix to grab the flag and will be fighting to finish in second position at the end of the home and away season. Experienced Jackie Dahlitz has been inspirational midcourt, feeding passes to Hollie Buick on many occasions. If Loxton is to make a real impact come finals time, Buick will be very important around goals. Defenders Sally Wright, Leah Fisher and Leah Uren have been hard to break and teen Amber George continues to impress with her skills. Back-to-back flags is not impossible but unlikely considering Renmark’s current form. However, Loxton has the calibre to give it a red hot go. Key player: Hollie Buick

■ CHALLENGERS: Loxton has had several changes to its side since last season’s title but is still a challenger to dominant Renmark for this year’s premiership. Photo: FILE

Loxton North AS EXCITEMENT builds with Loxton North’s netball courts well under way, there is also momentum building for a spot in the finals. With four wins and in jeopardy of missing out on a finals spot, Loxton North is desperate to string some wins together in the remaining minor rounds. There have been some fantastic efforts in recent rounds resulting in close losses and a brilliant win against Barmera but coach Vicki Mules will be hoping for more effort if the team is to reach the finals. Defenders Lisa Koehne and Karina Tschirpig with their never give in attitudes have pushed their team close to victory on

Powerlifters prepare for titles ■ From Page 32 “Without (the Vitality Health Centre), we wouldn’t be holding it,” Mr Juers said. “I’ve been trying for the past four years to get some government grants to be able to purchase some extra competition weights that we need for a national event and have been unsuccessful in every attempt that we’ve tried. “Last year, towards the end of the year, Vitality offered to purchase those weights for us, they’re worth $10,000 and therefore we were able to put this on.” Of the 30 competitors, six are from the Riverland and Mr Juers said it was pleasing to see the majority were women. “It’s always been that way, actually,” he said. “(However), out of all the competitors, we’ve got 11 women and 19 men lifting.” “We’ve got Rose Gow from Barmera, Gale Fiebig from Glossop, Fran Marlor from Loxton, Dee Stocker from Glossop, Sheryl Rapson from Winkie and Andrew Norris from Berri. The championships will be open to the public from 10am to 4pm and is a free event. Mr Juers said one of the reasons why the championships

■ TRAINING: Don Juers (left) and Andrew Norris prepare for this weekend’s event. Photo: JANE WILSON

several occasions. Midcourt Sue George has been ever reliable, while Renee Williams and Emma Flavel have produced patches of brilliance in attack. Currently the Panthers have all but wrapped up fourth position and are likely to be more than competitive against the top three teams come finals time. Key player: Karina Tschirpig

Barmera WITH just three wins on the board, Barmera would not have expected a finals chance. However, Barmera and Loxton North are both in a battle for fourth place and it could go either way, with Barmera needing to beat Lox-

“In the weight class, we’ve got Rose Gow, who’s 50 kilo body weight and the heaviest is a chap from Victoria who’s 145 kilo body weight, so he’s a big boy.” ■ MORE POWERLIFTING IN CHARLIE’S GOSS

Waikerie WINLESS Waikerie is certainly in a rebuilding phase and has copped a hammering from the top three teams this season. Despite Waikerie’s record, there have been many positives with juniors Alicia Curtis, Ashley Smith and Ashley Potter all showing maturity at the top level. Lauren Oswald, in goal defence, has shown her experience to feature in her team’s best players on many occasions. In attack, Jess Smith and Lucy Eldredge have tried hard with limited opportunities. Waikerie will soon be looking to next season and although it will miss out on a finals spot this season, is expected to finish higher in the next.

Relay silver for Stoeckel “They were pretty rapt, though.” “We watched the heats and we HAVING missed out on a place in were sort of worried that they’d not the 100 metre backstroke final at the even qualify for the final that night FINA World Championships last because they were lining fifth in the week, former Berri swimmer Hayden final heat. “To swim where they did and get Stoeckel helped Australia to a silver medal in the men’s 4x100 metre relay second is very good. Stoeckel also fell short of on Saturday. a place in the 50 metre With team-mates James backstroke final on Magnussen, Geoff Huegilll Saturday, timing and Brenton Rickard, 25.20 seconds in Australia almost stole his heat. an unlikely victory “He’s not a from the clutches sprint specialist, of the USA but fell He knows where so the 100 short by .20 of a he’s got to be at for was where he second. wanted to be,” It was a strong London. Mr Stoeckel said. finish to the titles for From here, Stoeckel who swam Stoeckel will to within a fingernail be aiming for of a place in the 100 next year’s London metre backstroke final Olympics. but his father Chris said the “He knows where he’s 27-year-old is still disappointed got to be at for London so from now only to come away with silver. “It’s pretty well where he on, it’s all gears towards London,” Mr thought he would be for the amount Stoeckel said. “He’ll have a break now for a of training that he’s done, he was still a little disappointed with the couple of weeks, then (he’ll) start time he did in the relay,” Mr getting back to it.” Stoeckel said. By CALLUM TRIFONOFF

were great is because it is an event for all ages. “If a person hasn’t seen it before, it’ll be very interesting,” he said. “The youngest one we’ve got is 15-year-old Chris Powell from Adelaide and the eldest is 76, Malcolm Barber, and he’s from Gumeracha.

Key player: Sue Whitbourne


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Gow has the goods to win TALKING to the president of the SA Drug Free Powerlifting Association, Kingston-on-Murray’s Don Juers, early this week, he was extremely pleased at the response from competitors from interstate to this Saturday’s National Single Lift Championships to be held at the Renmark Club. At the time, 13 lifters from over the border had increased the total number to around 30 for the event which is one of the biggest on the sport’s annual calendar. The SA Association is affiliated with the World Drug Free Powerlifting Federation and in 2007 relocated its home from Adelaide to Barmera. This year it has moved to the Vitality Health Club in Berri. The WDFPF was created in 1988 specifically as a drug free alternative international platform to provide fair competition worldwide for those people who want to train and compete in the

sport without performance enhancing drugs. In pursuit of this objective, the organisation has adopted the most rigorous drug control procedures in the world and, as part

On form, Barmera’s Rose Gow is looking good for three worlds. ■ READY: Barmera lifter Rose Gow is the in-form favourite to win Saturday’s National Lift Championships at the Renmark Club against around 30 competitors, with 13 coming from interstate. Photo: JANE WILSON of that code, drug testing will be conducted during this weekend’s event at Renmark. That, together with international referees officiating, will mean any world records can be claimed. Joining six lifters from the

Riverland will be 10 other SA members and the interstate contingent that will include 145 kilogram Nick Olden from Donald and his fellow Victorian Nathan Shepherd, who will apparently attempt a 300kg deadlift. Juers, who will referee and coach at the championships said

several world records should be taken on the day, along with national and state records. “On form, Barmera’s Rose Gow is looking good for three worlds, Winkie’s Sheryl Rapson and Loxton’s Fran Marlor each two, and Glossop’s Gale Fiebig another,” he said.

Riverland athletes impress at SAPSASA events AN INTEGRAL part of the total education system of South Australian schools continues to be the statewide SAPSASA sports program. With our hockey and soccer teams having played in their annual carnivals in Adelaide, so ends a very busy 2011 winter for our students, teachers and officials for the various teams. Teams from right across our region Riverland, Murray Mallee and Murray Lands have participated in a variety of sports over recent months. A highlight of the hockey carnival played in Adelaide in June was the selection of Waikerie Primary School’s Lisa Redemski in the state team to play in the national tournament in Melbourne in August. Our girls’ team finished sixth in the strong division one competition in Adelaide, while the boys ended up fifth, also in division one. In the city at the same time were the soccer teams, with Riverland boys winning two, drawing one and losing six of their division two matches and Murray Lands duplicating that performance in division three. The spirit of SAPSASA is perhaps best illustrated by a report issued on the performance of the girls’ soccer team. It points out that a number of the girls involved were new to the sport and that they ran into some strong opposition and a lot of much bigger bodies. However, there was a notable improvement in skill levels and confidence over the course of the tournament and the team won admiration from opponents and officials as they did not give an inch when the going got tough. Perhaps most importantly of all, “they were a great bunch of girls who were always respectful, were great to coach and to have a laugh with”. Earlier in the first week of June our netball and football teams had taken their turn in Adelaide.

■ TEAMS: The Riverland girls SAPSASA soccer (above) and hockey (right) teams which performed with much credit at the state titles in Adelaide earlier this year. Photo: SUPPLIED

The Riverland division one A team netballers finished third on 23 points, narrowly behind Lower Eyre Peninsula and Southern on 25. At football, Riverland played in division two and just missed out on promotion to division one when it also finished third. Lower South East gained 27 points, Southern 25, to both gain promotion, and Riverland 23. Then in May we had a large representation from right across the region at the athletics carnival. Riverland finished fourth, Murray Lands sixth and Murray Mallee 14th. As the result of their strong performances Jack Burgemeister

“Andrew Norris (Berri) and Dee Stocker (Glossop) are both on target for two national records”. “The competition starts at 10am and spectators can enter free to see some of our sport’s best lifters in action, as well as enjoy the magnificent facilities at the Renmark Club”.

Upsets all round in soccer A WEEK after the Riverland women’s soccer competition produced a candidate for the sport’s upset of the season, division one men came up with another most unlikely result at Loxton on Sunday. Berri River Rangers, a week after going down to Renmark Olympic, inflicted the first defeat for 2011 on reigning premiers and top placed Barmera Dev Estate 2-0. Admittedly, Dev Estate was below strength but that did not stop them throwing absolutely everything at Rangers agency of the tireless efforts of stars like Kyle Lehman and Anthony Ielasi. However, desperate Berri defence for long periods and some quality counter attacks, which brought goals in turn to Marcus Drogemuller and Chris Miller, saw Rangers complete an outstanding victory and fuel the fires for the end of season Top Four Cup. Full backs Connor Stanton and Peter Everingham were standouts for Berri. In the other game, Loxton did not take advantage of its greater number of opportunities and was held to a 2-2 draw by Barmera Gold. Gold’s superior goal difference still gives it a claim on fourth position on the ladder, ahead of Loxton. This Sunday’s matches are at the Steve Poutakidis Sports Ground in Renmark, Berri playing against Barmera Gold and in-form Renmark Olympic now having a crack at Dev Estate.

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(Waikerie Primary School), Amy Stephens (Loxton North) and Carlee Nitschke (St Albert’s, Loxton) will be in Darwin in September with the state team. Young Riverland athletes also took part in a number of other major events held zin Adelaide over winter, including cross country and

touch football and although it is out of his normal swimming season, Berri’s Jake Millar is currently in Melbourne competing in the national championships. SAPSASA is obviously an excellent program for our children and in today’s world, perhaps even a stepping stone to a real future in a chosen sport.

AT LEAST 23 clubs will be represented amongst the 24 teams involving 96 players who will line up for the 23rd annual Loxton 5000 invitational Mixed Bowls Classic which starts on Saturday and concludes the following weekend. The Loxton Bowling Club tournament continues to be one of the most popular events of its type staged in the Riverland and, while there is strong support from bowlers within the region, teams will also come from clubs like Mount Gambier, Millicent, Kingston SE, Cowell, Thevenard, Ceduna, Moonta, Victor Harbor and Curlwaa, NSW. The week long program includes mixed fours and mixed, men’s and ladies’ pairs played in two sections. On the final Saturday afternoon, the winners and runners-up from sections A and B will meet for major shares of the $5000 prize pool.


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Peake’s finals hopes alive A WEEK after our From the Ute couple became mixed up in some celebrations at Peake after that team scored an upset win over Karoonda in the Mallee Football League, they apparently had a fair sort of a party of their own last Sunday. You see they are long suffering South Adelaide supporters in the SANFL and not only did the Panthers roll Glenelg at league level on Saturday but also defeated the Tigers in the reserves and under 18s. Nothing unusual about that, except that in both the ‘ressies’ and 18s South are bottom, while Glenelg are on top and equal top with Port in the two grades. Meanwhile, celebrations would have continued at Peake after the rejuvenated Lions had ‘the win they had to have’ over Lameroo on Saturday to keep their last gasp attack on fourth spot up and running. Peake had their big guns Caine Lynn (five goals), Aaron Hand (eight), and Chad Freak really firing again as they scored a surprising percentage boosting 22.15 (117) to 15.6 (96) victory over the Hawks. At the same time, fourth placed Karoonda, anxiously watching Peake’s progress in its rear vision mirror, made a brave attempt to ward off the challenge by heading ladder leader BDT right up to the final 10 minutes of the game. The Magpies led by six, 10 and two points at the first three changes before being overtaken 11.6 (72) to 13.12 (90) in the shadow of the post. As interesting as it is, the battle for fourth position has

now been joined by Murrayville challenging Lameroo for the double chance after it defeated Pinnaroo by 110 points. Currently BDT sits on 24 points, Lameroo 18 (56.92 per cent), Murrayville 16 (55.78), Karoonda 10 (50.95) , Peake 10 (48.68) and Pinnaroo 0. FTU is extremely pleased that I am not seeking their predictions on the Mallee games, as they say they are having enough headaches back home in this 2011 season that is almost freakish in the way all of the competitions across the region are so close. This Saturday Karoonda, apparently minus a couple of stars, meets Murrayville, Lameroo runs into BDT, and Peake hosts Pinnaroo. Last week FTU tipped East Murray would be the team to sneak into the four behind Paringa, Lyrup and BSR in the local Independent competition but after the Tigers’ disappointing 117 point loss against BSR on Saturday, they are now not so sure. Ramco currently occupies fourth position with 14

points (48.10%) with East Murray on 12 (52.01). However, this week FTU do go for East Murray to narrowly get over the Warriors at Moorook, Ramco to defeat Cobdogla, Lyrup, lifted further by the re-signing of talented Travis Wilson, to beat Brown’s Well at Paruna and Paringa to be too good for the Bulldogs at Wunkar. The RFL A grade will also be back after another bye. Clubs were advocating a late season rest but it will be interesting to see whether any reduction in form amongst the even competitors will now be blamed on too many halts to proceedings. The business end of the 2011 season has certainly arrived early. FTU has had to think long and hard but they feel Barmera-Monash will add to Loxton’s woes at Lakeside, Loxton North will bounce back to just edge out Waikerie at Panther Park in a cracker and Renmark, at home, will just have its colours lowered by a desperate and fired up Berri.

■ FINALS: Peake continues its chase for a finals berth with an upset win over Lameroo at the weekend.

Merger talks on the agenda A COUPLE of weeks ago I heard rumbles that there had been high level discussions taking place in the Mallee Football League with the word “mergers” being bandied about. Now I doubted this as the competition in that league indeed seems to be extremely healthy, with this 2011 season currently at an absorbing situation amongst six clubs that have remained basically stable since its formation in 1994. The only change over 17 years has been Ngallo closing up shop and being replaced by Border Downs Tintinara in 1994. Lameroo, Pinnaroo, Murrayville, Karoonda and Peake have been involved from the outset when the Lameroo and Districts and Murray Lands leagues merged to form the new competition. Lameroo has dominated the 17 premierships decided so far, winning nine, followed by BDT (four) and Pinnaroo and Murrayville two each. Karoonda has been runners-up on four occasions. To settle these merger rumours I spoke to long serving MFL chairman Leighton Huxtable. I consider Leighton one of the best sports administrators I have come in contact with, possessing an ability you do not always find these days. He is passionate about sport and its importance to country regions such as ours and is always prepared

to look outside the square to ensure and safeguard its future. As such, he confirmed that discussions were being held with the neighbouring River Murray league, just in case there was a need in the future for his clubs to consider a survival strategy. Following last Monday night’s meeting between the leagues, Leighton confirmed that these discussions did not involve any immediate crisis for his clubs.

He confirmed that discussions were being held with neighbouring River Murray League.

robbed the clubs of workers and volunteers at crucial times of the year. “Their business has to come first,” he said. So as frank as ever, Leighton considered that while everything seemed to be travelling reasonably well on the face of it, clubs are finding it difficult to operate. With that in mind, the possibility of change becoming necessary down the track could not be ignored. If further mergers were considered, whether the clubs moved as one or headed in different directions would be an issue. It seems because of the geographical situation, the latter would probably eventuate. Indeed, here in the Riverland our ability to keep our clubs on board and, in fact, increase numbers has been against a tide that has seen the number of teams involved in country football across the state in the past 20 years or so decrease alarmingly. It has been a terrific, almost unique, effort by all involved at all levels but like our neighbours in the Mallee league, it will not hurt to keep glancing over the fence towards the future.

However, he did estimate that up to 50 players were being contracted to come into the competition each Saturday to give the A grade teams sufficient numbers. For those clubs involved, he said it is fortunate they appear to have the resources to make it happen. However, for some clubs there was another issue that Leighton considered was more pressing. The elements of modern day farming has August

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Saturday 6th August s Riverland Farmer’s Market, 7.30 to 11.30am, Crawford Terrace, Berri (Senior Citizens Hall). Buy local produce. s Riverland Ballroom Dancing, Barmera 7.30-11.30pm. Please bring supper plate. Ph Brian: 8588 2189. Sunday 7th August s Berri Pacemakers Bingo, Berri Hotel, 2pm. Proceeds to Cobdogla School Canberra trip. s Historic P.S Industy, will be steaming on Sunday at 11-12.30pm & 1.30-3pm , morning & afternoon tea is included. For bookings please call 8586 6704. Monday 8th August s Barmera Uniting Church hall 1-4pm. Drop in for a Cuppa & have a chat. Rev Rob available.

■ KICK: Lyrup midfielder Adam Caputo kicks the ball away during Saturday’s Independent football match against Cobdogla. Photos: KYLIE WATKINS

■ SCRAP: Ramco players Jake Spencely (4) and Daniel Krupicker fight for the ball against Paringa in Saturday’s Riverland Independent match. ■ REACH: Lyrup’s Jason Marr reaches for the ball during Saturday’s match against Cobdogla.

■ NEAR FUMBLE: Cobdogla’s Joel Trace has difficulty grabbing hold of the ball against Lyrup on Saturday.

■ HANDBALL: Dereck Clark gets a handball away despite pressure from his Lyrup opponent. ■ SPOIL: Ramco’s Marcus McGrath attempts to spoil his Paringa opponent’s mark during Saturday’s match.

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“Garry (Duncan) actually produced limited edition artworks from that book, so they’re for sale... and we’ll be selling and signing books on the day as well,� Mrs Frankel said. “My husband Clint Frankel and myself do glass artworks as well and we’ve got an exhibition of our glass in conjunction with that, too. “I suppose having the collaboration of Garry Duncan and myself, both local people, it is quite

unique.� The exhibition is open throughout the South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival, from August 5 to 28. “(SALA) is in its 14th year and it’s Australia’s largest visual arts event,� Mrs Frankel said. “I’m hoping we might get around 80 people attend (Itchy Glass). “We’re just having wine, food and an exhibition.� The opening of Itchy Glass exhibition will be this Sunday at 2pm.

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Thursday 4th

4.00 Headcases 4.25 Message Stick 4.55 National Press Club 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Visions Of The Future 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Little Dorrit 1.25 Lead Balloon 2.00 Poirot

3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Restoration Man 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Crownies 9.30 Junior Doctors 10.25 Lateline 11.00 Lateline Business 11.30 Songbook 12.20 Movie: Scarlet Street 2.10 Junior Doctors

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 The Marngrook Footy Show 8.30 Arrested Development: Michael tries to get his son into the prestigious Milford Academy. 9.00 How Not To Live Your Life: Don's new

girlfriend seems sweet, but she is prone to sudden and violent mood swings. 9.30 Gruen Transfer: Presented by Wil Anderson 10.00 The Thick Of It 10.30 London Live 10.55 The Chaser's War On Everything 11.25 The Marngrook Footy Show 12.30 Beautiful Noise

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Hush Little Baby: Tiffany Amiot, Ron Barge, Johanna Black 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 10 Years Younger 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home and Away 7.30 WWII Lost Films 8.30 Law and Order: LA 10.30 Off The Map 11.30 Young, Dumb And Living Off Mum 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Nine News 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 The Block 8.30 Hamish & Andy's Gap Year 9.30 The Footy Show (AFL) 11.15 Win News 11.45 The Footy Show (NRL) 1.30 ET 2.00 Guthy Renker

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.20 Renovators 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News

6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef 8.30 Renovators 9.00 Law & Order: SVU 11.00 Ten News 11.30 The Late Show 12.25 Eureka 1.25 Video Hits 1.30 Home Shopping 3.30 Benny Hinn 4.00 Life Today 4.25 Video Hits

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 10.15 FIFA U-20 World Cup Colombia 2011: Australia v Costa Rica 12.30 World Watch 2.30 Dateline 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News

7.30 French Food Safari 8.00 Oz And James’s Big Wine Adventure 8.30 Supersizers Go... 9.30 World News 10.05 The Protectors 11.10 Movie: The Serpent (France): Yvan Attal 1.20 Movie: Inspector Montalbano: Turning Point (Italy) 3.05 Weatherwatch

Friday 5th

SBS

4.00 Compass 4.30 Catalyst 5.00 Can We Help? 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Catalyst 11.30 One Plus One 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Midsomer

Murders 2.10 Greenest Homes 3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Bill’s Tasty Weekends 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Collectors 8.30 Silent Witness 9.30 Hustle 10.30 Lateline 11.15 Beautiful People 11.45 rage

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 River Monsters 8.30 Friday Night Lights: In the wake of Jason Street's serious injury, the town of Dillon turns to prayer. 9.30 Misfits 10.30 Crownies: Tatum works on a

case about criminally transmitted HIV. Richard fights a reluctant witness. Janet warns Erin not to get emotional, but also reveals that she is on IVF. 11.30 Cold Feet 12.20 Code Geass 12.45 Important Things With Demetri Martin 1.10 The Office

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Cold Creek Manor: Dennis Quaid, Sharon Stone 2.30 Dr Oz 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.00 Spit It Out 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News

6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home and Away 7.30 Better Homes And Gardens 8.30 AFL: St. Kilda v Fremantle 11.45 That '70s Show 12.15 Alan Sugar: The Apprentice 1.35 Amazon To Ice 2.30 Room For Improvement 3.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 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 The Block Unlocked 8.00 Two And A Half Men 8.30 The Mentalist 9.30 CSI 10.30 CSI: Miami 11.30 Friday Football 3.30 ET 4.00 Guthy Renker

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Renovators 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Masterchef 9.00 Renovators How To 10.00 Can Of Worms 11.00 Ten News 11.30 Sports Tonight 12.00 The Late Show 12.55 Numb3rs 1.55 Harper’s Island

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1.30 Insight 2.30 The Nest 3.30 Angels In New York 4.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News

7.30 James May’s Toy Stories 8.30 As It Happened: Azorian: The Raising Of The K-129 9.30 World News 10.00 Sex: An Unnatural History 10.30 Erotic Tales 11.05 Movie: The Ring Finger (France): Olga Kurylenko 12.50 Spiral 2.50 Weatherwatch

Saturday 6th

TEN SA

4.00 rage 11.00 Bill’s Tasty Weekends 12.00 Collectors 12.30 Australian Story 1.00 Foreign Correspondent 1.30 Two In The Top End 2.00 The SANFL: Central District v Sturt 5.00 Bowls: World Cup 2011 6.00 Nigella Express

6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Kingdom: Simon is shocked to find out he is a father. 8.20 Spicks And Specks Shorts 8.25 Marchlands: Ruth makes a rash decision to get away. 9.15 Rake 10.10 Doctor Who 11.00 rage

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Monkey Thieves 7.30 Willie's Chocolate Revolution: The stakes could not be higher as Willie takes his perfect recipe to the head buyer at a major supermarket. Everything rests on one man's decision to secure the order. It is

make or break time. 8.15 At The Movies 8.30 Movie: The Big Country: Gregory Peck: A newcomer becomes involved in a feud between two families over a valuable piece of land. 11.15 Movie: Tycoon: John Wayne 1.25 The Fibros And The Silvertails

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 9.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 V8 Xtra 12.30 That '70s Show 1.30 Marie Claire Under The Cover 2.30 Movie: One Fine Day 4.30 What's Up Down Under

5.00 Guide To The Good Life 5.30 SA Life 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Great Migrations 7.40 Movie: National Treasure: Nicolas Cage 10.30 Movie: Death Race: Jason Statham 12.40 Movie: Time Served 2.40 Siberia To The Silk Road

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Saturday 9.00 Saturday KerriAnne 11.00 Children's Programs 2.30 The Wall: Roger Waters: Behind The Scenes 3.30 Building Ideas 4.00 Fishing Australia 4.30 Discover Down

Under 5.00 News: First At Five 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Nine News 7.30 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos 7.30 Movie: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone 10.45 Best Of The Paul Hogan Show 1.40 Tri-Nations Rugby: Bledisloe Cup: NZ v Australia

6.00 Children’s Programs 10.00 Video Hits 1.00 Everybody Hates Chris 1.30 AFL: Carlton v Melbourne 2.30 Hook Line & Sinker 3.00 AFL: Carlton V Melbourne 4.30 Simply Footy 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Jamie’s Thirty

Minute Meals 6.00 Ten Evening News 6.30 Before The Game 7.00 AFL: Port Adelaide v Collingwood 11.00 Movie: Thank You For Smoking 12.45 Mental 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 Don Giovanni 4.10 Spare Change 4.20 Anton And The Piano 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Costa’s Garden Odyssey 6.00 Behind The Front Door 6.30 World News 7.30 Engineering Connections

8.30 Iron Chef 9.20 Rockwiz 10.15 Movie: Amélie (France): Audrey Tatou: When Amélie finds a trove of toys hidden for 40 years in her apartment, she sets out to find the owner. 12.20 SOS 1.20 Life’s A Zoo 2.20 Weatherwatch

Sunday 7th

WIN SA

4.00 rage 6.30 Children’s Programs 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Inside Business 10.30 Offsiders 11.05 Asia Pacific Focus 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Landline 1.00 7.30 1.30 Message Stick 2.00 Nature's Great Events

3.00 Herb & Dorothy 4.30 First Tuesday Book Club 5.00 Art Nation 5.30 Dance Academy 6.00 Robin Hood 6.45 Mr Bean 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Grand Designs 8.30 Midsomer Murders 10.00 Compass 11.00 Strictly Speaking 11.30 Foyle's War

6am Children’s Programs 7pm At The Movies: Margaret and David review the latest cinema releases. 7.30 The Choir: Nearing the end of his project in Hertfordshire, Gareth sets out to get the whole community behind his choral endeavour.

8.30 No Subtitles Necessary 9.55 Art Nation 10.25 Miranda: Tilly is driving Miranda and Penny crazy with plans for her upcoming wedding. 10.55 Absolutely Fabulous 11.55 Eric Clapton: Crossroads Guitar Festival Chicago 1.00 Beautiful Noise

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.00 Footy Flashbacks 12.00 That '70s Show 12.30 AFL: Brisbane v Adelaide 3.15 AFL: Hawthorn v North Melbourne 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Sunday Night

7.30 Great Migrations 8.40 Bones 9.40 Castle 11.40 The First 48 12.35 Tracking The Rainbow Serpent Home Shopping 1.30 Room For Improvement 2.00 Home Shopping 3.00 NBC Today 4.00 NBC Meet The Press 5.00 Sunrise Extra

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Sunday 10.00 Wide World Of Sports 11.00 The Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 1.00 2011 Gold Coast Marathon 2.00 F Troop 2.30 The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air 3.00 Top Design

4.00 The Block 5.00 News: First At Five 5.30 Postcards SA 6.00 Nine News 6.30 The Block 8.00 60 Minutes 9.00 The Mentalist 11.00 CSI: Miami 12.00 Sunday Football 2.00 Skippy: The Bush Kangaroo 2.30 Guthy Renker 3.00 Brand Developers

6.00 Mass At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Children’s Programs 8.00 Totally Australia 9.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 9.30 Boys’ Weekend 10.00 The Bolt Report 10.30 Meet The Press 11.00 Circle: Highlights 12.00 Drag Racing: Andra Championship 1.00 Renovators 2.00 Worst Week

3.00 Losing It 4.00 The Gadget Show 4.30 The Bolt Report 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Jamie's Thirty Minute Meals 6.00 Ten Evening News 6.30 Masterchef: Finale 7.30 Renovators 8.30 Masterchef: Winner 9.35 Movie: Tropic Thunder 11.40 Eureka 12.30 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 6.35 World Watch 7.00 Weatherwatch 7.15 FIFA U-20 World Cup Colombia 2011: Australia v Spain 9.30 World Watch 10.30 Football Asia 11.00 Football Feature 12.00 Futbol Mundial 12.30 Speedweek 2.00 World Watch 4.30 The Mayor, The Artist, The Farmer

And His Wife 5.00 Cycling Central 6.00 Trawlermen 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Dateline 9.30 Is There Life On Mars? 10.30 Movie: Rally Chicks (Sweden): Eva Rose 12.15 Movie: Holy Lola (France) 2.30 Weatherwatch

Monday 8th

SEVEN SA

4.00 Gardening Australia 4.30 Collectors 5.00 Art Nation 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Monarch Of The

Glen 1.30 Cheese Slices 2.00 Poirot 3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Time Team 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.15 Media Watch 9.35 Q&A 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Cook Yourself Thin 8.00 Miranda: There is a new girl on the scene, and Miranda and Stevie find it difficult to keep up with her. 8.30 Collision 9.30 Deadwood

10.20 Ashes To Ashes 11.15 The Beast: In the wake of the brutal murders of two homeless military veterans on Chicago's gritty skid row, agents Barker and Ellis have to confront their own painful wartime memories. 12.00 Gimme, Gimme, Gimme 12.30 Spectacle

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Stone Cold: Tom Selleck 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 10 Years Younger 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight

7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Unlikely Animal Friends 8.30 Body Of Proof 10.30 Teen Wolf 11.30 Ocean Force 12.00 Heroes 1.00 The Real Seachange 1.30 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 11.00 Nine News 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 The Block 8.30 Rescue Special Ops 9.30 CSI: Miami 10.30 Footy Classified 11.30 Win News 12.00 Movie: Striking Distance: Bruce Willis 2.00 Guthy Renker 3.00 Danoz 3.30 GMA

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook: Presented by Colin Lane 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Renovators 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful

5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Renovators 8.30 Can Of Worms 9.30 Law & Order: Criminal Intent 10.30 Ten News 11.00 The Late Show 12.00 The Cleaner 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Benny Hinn 4.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia 1.30 Dateline 2.30 Insight 3.30 World Watch 4.30 Futbol Mundial 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Global Village: Presented by Silvio Rivier 6.00 Letters And Numbers

6.30 World News 7.30 Mythbusters: 8.30 Man Vs. Wild 9.30 World News 10.00 Flight Of The Conchords 10.30 Skins 11.30 The World Game 12.30 Movie: At Point Blank (Sweden): Sofia Helin, Mikael Persbrandt 2.20 Weatherwatch

Tuesday 9th

ABC 2

4.00 Hungry Beast 4.30 From The Heart 5.00 First Tuesday Book Club 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Egypt Unwrapped

1.35 Meerkat Manor 2.00 Poirot 3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Rick Stein 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Wonders Of The Universe 9.35 QI 10.05 Artscape 10.35 Lateline

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Dirty Jobs 8.30 Good Game 9.00 School Of Comedy 9.30 Misfits 10.20 Valemont: All the students are special at Valemont University, but nothing is quite as it

seems. When a student named Eric is murdered, his sister Sophie is determined to discover the truth behind his death. 10.45 Arrested Development 11.05 The Office 11.40 School Of Comedy 12.05 Billable Hours 12.25 Spectacle: Elvis Costello With...

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Lewis 2.00 Dinner Date 3.00 10 Years Younger 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away

7.30 Four Weddings 8.30 Winners & Losers 9.30 Dinner Date 10.30 How I Met Your Mother 11.00 Keeping Up With The Kardashians 11.30 Perfect Couples 12.00 House Calls To The Rescue 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 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 The Block 8.30 Top Gear 10.00 James May's Man Lab 11.05 Worst Case Scenario 11.30 Win News 12.00 20/20 1.00 ET 1.30 Danoz

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook: Presented by Colin Lane 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Renovators 4.30 The Bold And The Beautiful

5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Renovators 8.00 Modern Family 8.30 NCIS 9.30 NCIS: LA 10.30 Ten News 11.00 The Late Show 12.00 Saving Grace 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Benny Hinn 4.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: My Life Without Me (Canada and Spain): Sarah Polley, Deborah Harry 3.00 Australian Biography 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers

6.30 World News 7.30 Insight 8.30 Cutting Edge: Science Under Attack 9.30 World News 10.05 Hot Docs: Death By Fire 11.05 Movie: Vitus (Switzerland): Teo Gheorghiu, Bruno Ganz, Julika Jenkins 1.10 My Year On The Low-Carbon Diet 2.25 Weatherwatch

Wednesday 10th

ABC 1

Every 15 hours an Australian is born with cerebral palsy. Help us fund vital research into cerebral palsy. We believe a breakthrough is possible. Together we can make a difference.

4.00 Occasional Cook 4.30 Carbon Cops 5.00 Talking Heads 5.30 The New Inventors 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club 1.30 Everest ER 2.00 Poirot

3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 Grand Designs 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 The New Inventors 8.30 Spicks And Specks 9.00 Gruen Transfer 9.30 Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Licence to Drill: The drill bit keeps veering off course at Nabors Rig 99, and directional driller Pete is called in early to set things straight. 8.30 Beauty And The Beast: Andy Tedder, who has Treacher Collins (a genetic

condition causing his facial development to stop in the womb) meets the reigning Miss Manchester — who spends four hours getting ready for a night out. 9.20 The Invention Of Dr. Nakamats 10.20 Real Families 11.10 Shrink Rap 12.00 Animal Cops 12.50 Spectacle: Elvis Costello With...

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: The Reading Room 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 10 Years Younger 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Home And Away

7.30 World’s Strictest Parents 8.30 Criminal Minds: Suspect Behaviour 9.30 Covert Affairs 10.30 Parking Wars 11.00 Detroit 1-8-7 12.00 Style By Jury 12.30 Sons And Daughters 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Room For Improvement 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra

5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne 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 The Block 8.30 Top Design 9.30 RPA 10.30 RPA Where Are They Now? 11.30 Win News 12.00 Eclipse Music TV 12.30 Primetime: What Would You Do? 1.30 Danoz 2.00 Guthy Renker 2.30 Danoz

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook: Presented by Colin Lane 3.00 Infomercial 3.30 Renovators 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.30 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 The 7pm Project 7.30 Renovators 8.30 Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation 9.30 The Defenders 10.30 Ten News 11.00 The Late Show 12.00 Saving Grace 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Benny Hinn 4.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Dear Frankie (The UK): Emily Mortimer, Gerard Butler 3.00 Everyone Loves A Wedding 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Tropic Of

Capricorn 8.30 The Hotel 9.30 World News 10.05 Movie: The Lives Of Others (Germany): A secret police agent who is conducting surveillance on a writer and his lover finds himself becoming drawn into their lives. 12.30 112 Emergency 2.00 Weatherwatch


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LIFT OFF!

By CALLUM TRIFONOFF

■ LIFT: South Australian Drug Free Powerlifting Association president Don Juers spots Riverland competitor Andrew Norris in the lead up to this weekend’s national titles which will be held at the Renmark Club. Photo: JANE WILSON

WITH competitors coming from all over Australia for the Riverland’s first National Powerlifting Singles Lift Championships, the South Australian Drug-Free Powerlifting Association is ready to carry the weight of expectations. Taking place this Saturday at the Renmark Club, the championships bring the best powerlifters from around the country to the Riverland and SADFPA president Don Juers said it is an event that has been a long time coming. ■ Continued Page 23

Tracey would like to advise all custom framing clients that Riverland Picture Framing in Renmark has been sold The shop will re-open on Tuesday 16th August under new management

Tracey and Carly would like to thank everyone for their support over the last 12 years and wish Sean all the best with his new venture. Tracey will continue to mentor and assist Sean for the next few months so make sure you drop in and say hi!

Clients with work to collect will be contacted to make arrangements. Photography by Visage will continue to operate from Tracey’s gorgeous boutique studio in Winkie. Look out for the new portrait range, both artistic and affordable, coming soon. Sessions by appointment only.

Contact Tracey to book your exclusive session today. Phone: 0417 898 281 Email:INFO PHOTOSBYVISAGECOMAUsFacebook: Photography by Visage


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