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■ POTENTIAL: Mark Lucas, of Murtho based Australian Native Bushfoods, is hopeful he has found a future market for his acacia husks in America. Photo: JANE WILSON


BRAD PERRY THE State Government is yet to decide whether it will provide funding towards a peak South Australian vegetable body’s proposal to purchase the former National Foods site in Berri. Despite the proposal having the potential to create around 250 jobs over a five year period, Grow SA has not received any funding

from the State Government after six months of negotiations. Using existing infrastructure left by National Foods at the site, Grow SA is hoping to turn the Berri based facility into a horticultural hub to help introduce alternative crops to the Riverland. Grow SA chief executive officer Mike Redmond presented the proposal to the Central Irrigation Trust on Tuesday and said the Riverland has provided overwhelming support. “The region is 150 per cent behind everything,” he said.

“The total project value, we are looking for about a quarter of it. “We’re just waiting. “Even if they (the State Government) said ‘no, you can’t have it (the funding)’, at least then you would know you have to try and go elsewhere.” Mr Redmond warned if a decision is not made on funding for the project in the near future, Riverlanders may take their frustrations directly to the Premier. ■ Continued Page 4

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THE Loveday Internment Camp museum may finally come to fruition if local council supports a new development plan. To help establish a plan, Regional Development Australia Murraylands and Riverland business development manager Cindy Nolan will host a development workshop on Monday night. Local historian and Loveday Internment Camp Steering Committee’s Rosemary Gower said the workshop will provide an opportunity for the community to have their voices heard. “We’re asking people from the community to come forward and have an input about what we’re trying to do,” Mrs Gower said. A development plan will be drawn up at the workshop, with the intention of then preparing a business plan in order to attract funding to establish the museum. Mrs Gower said the next step for the committee will be securing council approval. “The council’s concern before they agree to it (establishing the museum) is that they don’t get left with the burden in the future,” she said. “We need to get as much community support as we can so that we can prove once and for all to the council that they won’t be lumbered with another museum. “They want to know that this is going to be a genuine community museum.” The proposed museum will house Loveday Internment Camp memorabilia and material which has been collected over time. “It will put the Riverland on the map,” Mrs Gower said. “Once we’ve got an internment camp (museum) up here, it will attract a lot of people.” The committee encourages interested community members to attend the meeting being held at the Cobdogla Club on Monday at 7.30pm.

RCCC to meet at Loxton A REFRESHED Regional Communities Consultative Council will hold its first meeting in Loxton tomorrow, with Riverlanders encouraged to attend and share their views. Minister for Regional Development Gail Gago said the Riverland was a fitting location to host the first regional meeting of the new RCCC.

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Futures Fund needs makeover SERIOUS QUESTIONS are being asked about the spending of the $20 million Riverland Futures Sustainable Futures Fund, and rightly so. As Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone questions the lowly amount of money from the fund spent to date, Grow SA is still waiting for an answer for its proposal to purchase the former National Foods site. Another major proposal to purchase the currently vacant Fletchers Freighters facility in Berri, which had serious backing, was also recently denied. While the finer details of the proposal are not known, surely the State Government needs to be using the fund to help get empty commercial properties in the Riverland back into production. There have been some major winners from the fund so far and there is no doubt those companies will grow. However, I drive past places like the Big Orange and attend the Riverland Farmers’ Market and think about how a small portion of funding could help those types of attractions. The guidelines are clear and the Riverland is thankful for having access to those funds but I would love to see the region really thriving again. To me, the Futures Fund guidelines need to be seriously looked at. And please, let’s get the National Foods site up and running, to pump some jobs into the local community.

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Monday 26th September continued s The Rotary Clubs of the Riverland invite you to “health & wealth “ seminar. 6pm for pre dinner nibbles & 6.15pm start at the Loxton Hotel Reflections Room, donation of $27.00 includes entertainment, pre-dinner nibbles, main course, and drinks, followed by tea/coffee and cheese platter. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the local charity “Calperum on the Land”. Reserve your seat now, Call 8584 4868 or 8582 3555 and help us help others. Tuesday 27h September s The Palms Bingo, Berri Club. Eyes down 10.30am. Proceeds to Korea & S.E. Asia. Ph 8582 4618. s Story time for under 5’s. Listen to a story and make something crafty. Meet new friends. 11am at the Barmera Public Library. Ph 8588 2872. s Barmera Monash Charity Bingo Club, 7.30pm at the Barmera Monash Football Club. Proceeds to Riverland Masters Softball.

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Thursday September 22, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 3

Vineyard exodus not answer By BRAD PERRY A RIVERLAND wine figure has described Riverland wine grape growers abandoning vineyards as a “crying shame” but concedes there is no room in the mainstream commercial wine industry for small scale growers if they wish to be commercially viable. Kingston Estate Wines managing director and Wine Australia board member Bill Moularadellis believes the future of the winegrape industry in the Riverland is for growers to expand to reduce their cost of production. “It’s an international industry and the biggest issue we face is continual and increased competition,” he said. “While most people talk and seek industry rationalisation, there hasn’t been any industry leader that has really defined what that really means. “It means, really succinctly, the small have to get out and those left have to get bigger. “We are the largest wine growing region in Australia and we need productivity and efficiency increases that come with larger vineyards. “We need to have continued scale increases at all levels, so you can actually get continued cost reduction and that effectively is the answer to remaining competitive in the international market place.” Mr Moularadellis said randomly removing growers from properties is not the answer. Instead, helping them to expand will reinvigorate the wine grape industry locally. “I don’t think it’s right that we divest our vineyards,” he said.

“Our vineyards are a valuable asset and we should be looking to make them more relevant in the market place rather than offering growers exit grants and have them pulled out of the industry and calling for a reduced area. “Unless we remain relevant to the changing international market place, a smaller industry shall be even less capable of remaining competitive. “We need to encourage growers that are in there for the long term to buy up their neighbours, increase their holdings and reduce their unit cost. “Our industry attempts thus far have been mismanaged and the political and industry motivations for doing it have been well intended but misinformed.” Mr Moularadellis said the local winegrape industry must also embrace change in regards to the sale and marketing of local wines. “I think most of the participants

selling wine and understanding the changing market environment. “We have proportionally too many people growing grapes and making wine compared to the number of effective people selling our Australian wine internationally. ”We need to correct this balance and encourage more people to take responsibility for selling what they and others grow.” Mr Moularadellis said he is confident that the same fundamentals and opportunity exists today for the Australian wine industry as it did in 1995, when the first export vision was set for Australian wine sales internationally. “I see the opportunity for the Riverland wine industry, as the largest Australian Wine region, to spearhead and be the beneficiary of a most important wine market change that is being brought about by continued global retail consolidation,” he said. Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone said smaller growers who have a good business plan and are viable to expand The small have to get out and their business cannot until an exit grant clause is those left have to get bigger. abolished. The clause currently are looking at quick fixes, whereas I prevents anyone from irrigating on think there really needs to be an un- former horticulture land for up to derstanding of where the markets five years. are and how they’ve changed and to “We have been in negotiations see how the Riverland can be part of with both State and Federal Governthat new paradigm,” he said. ment to help but they’ve declined to “It is a matter of understanding be a part of it,” Mr Whetstone said. that branded sales have been com“At the moment, we are having promised by retail consolidation, to remain within their criteria and not only here but internationally. wait that five year period.” “I think the Riverland has suf“It is holding back our economy fered because it hasn’t had market and it is not helping with confidence, participants that have understood it’s not helping with investment. and leveraged the change towards “The next step is that people private labels. have to position themselves, wait “The big challenge for the indus- for the five year period and we need try is to have more people out there to get on with it then.”

■ EXODUS: Kingston Estate managing director and Wine Australia board member Bill Moularadellis believes local growers abandoning thier vines is a shame. Photo: FILE

Rethink needed on new child safety seats legislation By BRAD PERRY A RIVERLAND school has labelled new child safety seats legislation as unworkable and has met with the Department of Education and Children’s Services to address concerns. Under proposed legislation, children aged under seven years will be required to travel with a supplied and approved booster seat on new buses. Renmark North Primary School principal John Trobbiani said the policy poses many problems. “As new (bus) contracts become available, the (DECS) transport division is saying that the parent is responsible for providing an approved child booster seat,”

he said. “In its current form, that would mean children having to carry it onto the bus, put it on the bus seat and do up their seatbelt. “There are some organisational problems with that at best. “At worst, it’s a nightmare because there’s a question about providing the approved booster seat.” The school has met with a DECS transport division representative to seek clarification on how to make the legislation workable. “Those concerns are going to be addressed,” Mr Trobbiani said. There is concern that fitting each individual child’s seat properly will delay bus times by up to 20 minutes

and bus drivers will be required to keep a daily list of travellers. “Obviously there are some operational issues that mean it’s just not workable,” Mr Trobbiani said. “It’s who is going to provide the booster seats, how it is going to be physically possible for the child to carry their booster seat onto the bus and do up their seatbelt. “The physical time that it is going to take where people have to be waiting for kids to put the booster (seat) in place is going to hold up every bus at the stops.” Mr Trobbiani is hoping the legislation is reassessed before it will affect the school when new buses come in to service.

■ CONCERN: Renmark North Primary School principal John Trobbiani is concerned new bus legislation for children under seven years of age will have a negative impact on bus travel at local schools. Photo: FILE

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really don’t know what has caused it. “The only thing I can come up with is the hot and cold, there has been some extremes this year. “Black bud has been around a bit but nothing to the extent it has this year.” With the season not expected to kick into full swing until December, Mr Werner is confident of strong prices for dried fruit this season. “I think it (prices) will remain stable,” he said. “Pricing has been fairly high for a fair few years. “It would be nice to see

some of the peach and pear prices perhaps rise.” Dried tree fruit growers need finishing rains, according to Mr Werner. “I’d love a couple of inches of rain,” he said. “Our concern is if we don’t get it now then we are going to get it in December and January and that’s when we don’t want it. “Frost is our biggest enemy at the moment. “We all expected after the good rains we had last summer that we would be set up for a bumper year but it just doesn’t look like that’s going to happen.”

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Wattle they think of next? By BRAD PERRY HE was once using it for garden mulch but Riverland native bush grower Mark Lucas has potentially found a much more important use for his acacia husks. Mr Lucas, who runs company Australian Native Bushfoods, grows acacia, commonly known as wattle, and has had the native flora’s husks sent to America to help treat cancer. While the American economy has impacted plans through a lack of funding, Mr Lucas is hopeful there will be a strong market for his acacia victoriae husks. “Apparently they’ve found they can isolate two things in there (acacia husks) that, they don’t cure cancer but what they do is...slow down the cancer growth in rats and mice of skin cancer and breast cancer,” he said. Currently samples of Mr Lucas’ acacia husks from his Murtho property have been sent to an American

company to be tested for possible use to treat cancer patients in the future. However, breaking into the international market will take time, according to Mr Lucas. “It’s not a market yet, they are still in the testing stages,” he said. “They are only taking small samples.

They don’t cure cancer but what they do is slow down the cancer growth.

“It’s not as if it is going to happen overnight. “It is probably going to take a couple of years, if anything happens at all.” If Mr Lucas can find a market which will continually buy acacia husks, he said that will be a big bonus. “If we can get rid of our by-products, that will

be great, especially with something that is anti-cancer compounds, that’s even better,” he said. “We were actually using it for mulch on the garden, which is expensive mulch if they are going to pay what we hope they are going to pay for it in the end. “They are pretty fussy with the samples, there is not allowed to be any seeds or any leaves or any impurities at all.” There will also be strict quarantine and agricultural restrictions in both Australia and overseas which the husks will have to meet. Currently Mr Lucas uses roasted wattleseed in items such as vinegar and also sells saltbush to wineries to grow in between plants. He said the native bush industry is on the cusp of booming, with Mr Lucas giving talks in Adelaide about growing wattleseed and value adding the product. Mr Lucas’ wattleseed is also an ingredient in Wilkadene business Woolshed Brewery’s Judas the Dark ale.

■ NATIVE: Murtho’s Mark Lucas has samples of his acacia husks (inset) in America in a bid to potentially establish a market in the country to treat cancer in the future. Photo: JANE WILSON

Soccer club secures greyhound track By BRAD PERRY

■ FUNDS: Grow SA chief Mike Redmond (right) is hoping for State Government funding to help purchase the Former National Foods premises.

Body waits for funding answers ■ From Page 1 “If something doesn’t happen very soon, there will be a very high powered delegation heading for the Premier and other key ministers,” he said. “The amazing thing about this is that it is not our (Grow SA’s) doing. “It’s the Riverland community that is taking action on lots of fronts and is equally frustrated that they do not seem to be being listened to. “The Premier-in-waiting (Jay Weatherill) was up here last weekend, he heard all about it (the project) then.” It is understood there has been interest in the Berri based premises from other parties who may potentially ‘gut’ the facility. “The biggest issue we have at the moment is keeping our option on the asset,” Mr Redmond said. Grow SA has held talks with the Regional Development Minister Gail Gago and Regional Development Australia Riverland and Murraylands about accessing the $20 million Riverland Sustainable Futures Fund for the project. With formal written support from Ausveg, Horticulture Australia Limited, the three Riverland councils and private enterprises, Mr Redmond said there is a large percentage of funding and overwhelming support behind the proposal. “There is leverage already in place,” he said. “I think we are getting very close to an answer of some sort.”

ONCE the Riverland Greyhound Racing Club has run its last race on Sunday, the Barmera United Soccer Club wil call the track home. At a meeting with the Berri Barmera Council this month, the soccer club was granted permission to use the Barmera facility as a home ground and is now seeking a 20 year lease. Barmera United Soccer Club president Jim Wallace said the teams will begin using the track as soon as possible. “We are just waiting on the greyhound club finalising all their stuff, then we can get a start removing the track,” he said. “There is going to be a lot of work to be done. “The shed that used to be

■ NEW HOME: Barmera United Soccer club president Jim Wallace is looking forward to having its own venue to play at. Photo: JANE WILSON

the kennels is just an open shed, so it’s going to have to get interior walls put in it so we can make it into individual changing rooms for the other teams as well. “Then hopefully we can do changing rooms for each club,

Hobby reaps rewards

■ SUCCESS: Kolophon Capers owner Barry Porter with some of his award winning capers. Photo: BRAD PERRY

including having changing rooms for the girls.” Mr Wallace said the club will apply for grants and use volunteer hours to help bring the facility up to scratch to host games next season. “We’ve got stuff here, there By BRAD PERRY DEMAND from some of the country’s top chefs has seen the popularity of Berri based business Kolophon Capers grow to unthinkable heights. What began as a retirement hobby is currently so much more with Kolophon Capers seeing “a two-fold increase” in caper production in the current season. The local business has also received further recognition by winning a bronze medal at the Sydney Fine Food Show last week. “It (the award win) means professional judges and chefs give you high approval for your products,” Kolophon Capers owner Barry Porter said. “Two months ago we reached the national finals in Delicious Magazine Produce Awards.” On the verge of picking his caper crop, Mr Porter said it has been a busy

and everywhere and even now, just being able to go to somewhere and just being able to train whatever night we like, (is great),” he said. “We are looking at having a summer competition as well. “It’s going to be a lot of volunteer work but we’ll be applying for grants because we need to try and get some light towers up too.” Granting the soccer club use of the facility will help it continue to grow, according to Mr Wallace. “It’s just phenomenal,” he said. “We’ll be hosting all our games in Barmera next year.” Mr Wallace said interest has been shown by local baseball, Little Athletics and cricket clubs to also utilise the facility. season. “We’ll be picking in a month’s time and starting again,” Mr Porter said. “We’ve sold out this year except for a little bit we are retaining for our chefs. “We can’t get out of South Australia because everybody keeps buying more and more. “Interstate we get a lot of enquiries but the freight is a bit of a problem.” Barossa chef Mark McNamara is just one of world renowned cooks to use Kolophon Capers’ produce. Mr Porter said the Riverland is capable of producing top quality, alternative produce. “It is just showing what the Riverland can do,” he said. “A bit of innovation. “We were looking for something that didn’t need any water and handle the Riverland’s conditions. “It was a retirement hobby that would give us a bit of income when we retired and it’s turning into something fantastic.”

Thursday September 22, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 5

Need for rain intensifies

■CROP: Riverland and Mallee dryland farmers such as Loxton North’s Ryan Arnold are hoping for rain to finish the season after Monday’s windy conditions dried out crops.

By ZOE WATSON RIVERLAND and Mallee dryland crops escaped relatively unscathed from Monday’s wild weather but the season hangs in the balance as farmers wait for rain. Loxton North farmer Ryan Arnold said the wind had a drying effect on crops, which made the need for rain all the more desperate. “It’s on a bit of a knife-edge at the moment, we’ve had a lot of solid rainfall but we haven’t had a lot of growing season rainfall,� he said. “The crops are probably looking better than they should on our growing season rainfall but they’re really in need of a drink now to finish it off.� Mr Arnold said farmers are

hoping for a cool, wet end to the month. “We’re overdue for a rain now, we’d like 25mm of rain as soon as we can,� he said. “We’re probably looking at average to better than average (yields) now but if we get rainfall to finish, we could have maybe slightly above average yields. “If we don’t get rainfall to finish, we could be looking at average to slightly below average.� South Australian Farmer’s Federation president Peter White said the whole of South Australia is in need of rain. “The whole state needs a decent rainfall event as soon as we can get it,� he said. “But particularly in the Riverland, they (farmers) don’t have much time

before things start to fall apart,� he said. State Emergency Services east region duty officer Danny Wood said the Riverland and Mallee, like the rest of the state, survived Monday’s intense winds. “All of the eastern part of SA was in the warning area, extending right through to Adelaide, and even Adelaide only had twenty-odd callouts,� he said. “The potential was there but it didn’t actually eventuate to a lot which was good.� The Cobdogla Irrigation and Steam Museum was the major casualty of the windy event, losing a significant part of its roof. National Trust Barmera branch chairman Dennis Wise said no exhibits had been damaged.

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Calls to speed up Futures Fund spending By BRAD PERRY SLOW spending of the $20 million Riverland Sustainable Futures Fund by the State Government must be adressed, according to Member for Chaffey Tim Whetstone. The Riverland’s local member said just 10 per cent of money in the fund has been spent, almost half way into the funding period. “The region is in danger of missing out on millions of dollars from the Riverland Sustainable Futures Fund,” he said. “Despite the often stated aim of using this money to diversify the region’s economic base away from reliance on irrigated horticulture, almost all of the money distributed to date has gone to projects which rely on irrigated horticulture. “It’s apparent that our community has very little say in how this money is spent.” During a visit to the region recently, State Regional Development Minister Gail Gago admitted approving applications was slow to start. “We were off to a very slow start... and we had to put the building blocks in place,” she said. “They are now in place so there is a very clear direction about where opportunities lie in the region so we’re really... encouraging businesses and organisations to look at those opportunities and to put their grant proposals in. “There is plenty of money, the money’s there and I’m ready and willing and able to give it out. “I can only announce successful projects at the rate the applications come in, so it’s really about encouraging people to put their applications in.” Minister Gago said around 16 applicants had applied for funding a fortnight ago, with many more in the “pipeline”. “Those numbers have increased,” she said. “There are a number in the pipeline, so the thing is really on a roll now.”

Journalist Zoe Watson tries one of the world’s hottest chillies

Feeling hot, hot, hot

■ BRAVE: A sequence of facial expressions from Riverland Weekly journalist Zoe Watson as she ate the Chilli Factory’s Devil’s Delirium jolokia chllli paste, which contains one of the hottest chillies in the world, at the Riverland Field Days last week. By ZOE WATSON A BIT over confident about my tolerance of spice or simply naïve, I can’t recall, but the Devil’s Delirium jolokia chilli paste at last week’s Riverland Field Days, is something I won’t forget in a hurry. Riverland Weekly editor Brad Perry had challenged me to try the chilli. I accepted - anything for a story. The jolokia chilli, so the Chilli Factory stall holder told me, was prized as being the hottest chilli in the world until only a few months ago. “That’s the chilli that’ll blow your mind,” he said. With that in mind, I started out tentatively. A taste of the tamest condiment, the Mild Sweet

Chilli, rated 2/10 according to the Chilli Factory’s heat scale, was in fact quite delicious spicy but sweet, perhaps a nice dipping sauce. One, two, skip a few and I soon discovered the mid-range Hot Sweet Chilli, 8/10, had bite. There was nothing sweet about it. My cheeks started to burn and tears began to well in my eyes. It was not for the faint hearted. Finally it was time for the absurdly rated 14/10 Devil’s Delirium. I cockily scooped up a mouthful of the paste (my first mistake). As my lips, tongue and cheeks began to burn, I flapped about, oblivious to the concerned expressions of onlookers. I’m not sure whether my mind nor body knew how to react to what I was feeling. I was, quite fittingly, delirious.

I naively searched for something to extinguish the fire in my mouth but had nothing on hand (my second mistake). Through tears and laughter, it took at least fifteen minutes for the burn to ease and to regain movement of my tingling tongue. I won’t begin to describe the woes of my body, as I lay sprawled on the grass for the

next half an hour, waiting for the light-headedness to pass. I now have a whole new respect for the spicy fruit. To give you some perspective, Tabasco sauce measures in at about 195,000 scoville scale units, which is how chilli heat is measured. The jolokia chilli? One million. No jolokia, this chilli was hot.

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Geography confusion WITHOUT appearing too critical, may I make a point out that the media, both of the print and electronic variety, seem to be confusing their geography nowadays when describing affairs in Afghanistan. I did enjoy the article on the Major General (Spare a thought for our servicemen, September 1), of Riverland origins that is serving in Afghanistan. I am also very supportive of both Coalition and Australian efforts in that direction. Yet to call that country as being in the middle east (which terminates in the areas of Iran, Yemen and Oman), defies all the learning that was drilled into myself and many others interested in geography during school days. Traditional and hitherto correct usage demands that unless I’m totally ‘out of date’, Afghanistan should be described as being in the near

east, which covers the areas of Aden and Yemen, stretching as far a the far east covering Burma, and onwards to Hong Kong. All being relics of distant ‘empire’ days of course. Others may disagree, so I now await responses from those who did not appreciate this potted geography lesson. Allen Bennett, Waikerie.

Politicians are only human I WOULD like to say I was excited when this Federal Government was formed consisting of Labor, independent conservatives and the Greens. I think many people have longed for this type of consensus governing. I am saddened by the negative, sensationalised, divisive reporting that seems to saturate the media. Mr Albanese made an insensitive comment about

protesters, Mr Abbott made, I believe, an insensitive comment about the death of one of our soldiers. They are human. I am more interested in what the government is doing and what alternative options for the future the Opposition is talking about. For many years there has been complaints about the river system, the lack of doctors, the crisis in hospitals and problems with our education system, just to mention a few. It is the Labor, independent conservatives and Greens that are doing their best to address these problems and more. There will never be a resolution to anything if we expect perfection. To keep everyone happy is impossible. I did not vote for a leader of a party, I voted for a party. It is up to the party to vote in their leader. Margaret Moir, Berri.

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Top drop for chief winemaker By ZOE WATSON A RENOWNED Riverland winemaker has been awarded one of the region’s most prestigious honours. Angove Family Winemakers chief winemaker Tony Ingle, who was last week named Riverland Winemaker of the Year as part of this year’s Riverland Wine Show, “just loves wine”. Having previously worked in finance, Mr Ingle sought a career change, which happened to also become change in lifestyle. “One of the things I really enjoyed was wine, I thought wine was a little bit special,” Mr Ingle said. “I started selling wine in the UK, in a retail environment, and just got involved in the whole philosophy of it. “It’s more than just a product, it’s something you can be really passionate about.” Mr Ingle began sweeping the floor of a winery in the south of France, before coming to Australia to study oenology. “It’s (wine) something that fits as part of our culture,” he said. “Wine, food, friends, it’s really important.” According to Mr Ingle, Riverland

wine has a culture of its own. Having lived in the region since 1998, he cannot imagine residing anywhere else. “Riverland wines speak of the sunshine of Australia,” Mr Ingle said. “We’re sitting by this wonderful river and that allows us to grow grapes in quite a difficult environment for grape growing. “But what we get is these beautifully flavoured, fruity grapes which translate into wines which are really stunning fruity, juicy drinks. “A chardonnay, a shiraz or even a rosè from the Riverland is very much a Riverland wine.” Mr Ingle, who has held the chief winemaker position at Angove’s for eight years, credits the award to a change in company philosophy and teamwork. “We’ve been making some very good wines out of the Riverland for the past ten years,” he said. “It’s (the award) an acknowledgement of what we’ve been doing.” Mr Ingle has been instrumental in developing and defining the new brands Angoves has brought to the market such as Nine Vines, Red Belly Black and Vineyard Select.

■ WINE: Angove Family Winemakers chief winemaker Tony Ingle (left) has been named 2011 Riverland Winemaker of the Year. Photo: SUPPLIED

More people turn to growing vegies By BRAD PERRY MORE and more Riverlanders are embracing the idea of having their own vegetable garden, with a vision of clean, green and fresh produce. With spring being an ideal time to grow a backyard vegetable patch, Renmark nursery manager John Plummer said an increasing number of locals are attempting to grow their own produce. “People have got used to not using a lot of water,” Mr Plummer said. “They don’t want to go back to that, they are conscious of that. “There has been a lot of emphasis put on clean and green, non-chemical

produce and by growing them (vegetables and fruit) themselves, they know that product is going to be clean and green and it’s fresh and ready to go.” The price of produce has also been another reason locals are turning to growing their own food. “There has been a big change around,” Mr Plummer said. “People want instant vegetables so they can buy a product off us now and put it on their patio and start picking lettuces and tomatoes within a few weeks and it’s good and healthy for them. “They are using minimal amounts of water and getting good results.”

■ PRODUCE: Nursery manager John Plummer said an increasing number of locals are growing vegetables in their backyards. Photo: BRAD PERRY


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Riverland faithful to attend convention By ZOE WATSON According to Jehovah’s Witnesses, the world as we know it is set to change but until such time, they are holding a convention to assist followers with coping with today’s stresses. Over 100 Riverland faithful will head to Adelaide this weekend for a two day convention. Jehovah’s Witness’ groups from Loxton to Pinnaroo will meet for the annual, three-day convention, called Let God’s Kingdom Come. Loxton elder Craig Crisp

■WITNESSES: Sam (left) and Craig Crisp will be attending this weekend’s Jehovah’s Witness convention in Adelaide. Photo: ZOE WATSON

said this year’s convention will discuss “the world as we know it today�. “It (the convention) goes through a lot of things that young ones are having to face today, pressures from their peers, society in general,� he said. “The materialistic society that we live in today, that’s putting a lot of pressure on young ones.� Mr Crisp, who has attended the convention for more than four decades, said it was an opportunity for like-minded believers to support each other. “Obviously we are

affected by the same things as everybody else‌the economy, employment, family breakdown,â€? he said. “At the convention we’re taught things we can put into practice that can help us to cope with things as they are today. “There’s people you’ve never met before, going through the same experience as yourself, and they relate their experience and that can be encouraging as well‌ just to find other people that think the same way.â€? The convention will be held at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

Rally to boost local economy By BRAD PERRY THE Waikerie economy will be given a welcome boost with around 3500 people expected to attend this weekend’s Riverland Hit ‘n’ Miss Rally in Waikerie. The biennial, two day event, held at Benson Park, will see a number of working exhibits and farm machinery on display. Waikerie & Districts Machinery Preservation Society’s Erica Lange said Waikerie and surrounding Riverland areas will benefit from the influx of visitors for the event. “It is quite beneficial because most of the

accommodation is booked out for the weekend,� she said. Event entries are very high with a number of people entering old farm machinery from across Australia. “As far as our entries go, we’ve got more that are coming from interstate and we’ve got some new entries that we’ve never seen before, even from South Australia,� Mrs Lange said. “The national rally was held in Western Australia in the first weekend of September and we’re hoping to perhaps catch a few of those (people).� The rally will showcase

working displays of vintage farm machinery, tractors and stationary engines, as well as holding sheep shearing demonstrations and the very popular vintage tractor pull. “The first rally we didn’t have the tractor pull but we’ve introduced that from the second rally and that’s been a drawcard,� Mrs Lange said. Following the tragic event of the Waikerie Hotel Motel fire, Mrs Lange said the event will be much welcomed by the local community. The Hit ‘n’ Miss Rally begins at 10am on both Saturday and Sunday.


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WAIKERIE beauty therapist Zoe Dick has been named South Australia’s 2011 inbusiness Trainee of the Year at an awards ceremony in Adelaide last week. Zoe, who wanted to be a beauty therapist since she was young, said she was overwhelmed by the award. “I was shocked,� she said. “I still can’t believe I won.� Having worked at Waikerie based Evella Skin and Body throughout her traineeship, Zoe said she was told it was a “love of her town� that made her nomination stand out. “I know all the financial difficulties and what not that goes on,� she said. “He (a judge) said that’s what made me stand out. “He said he felt like he knew me before I even walked into the interview room.� With a well developed client base, Zoe believes her friendly nature helps to attract clients. “I’m easy going, I get along with anyone and I don’t judge,� she said. “I think that is why I have a good client base. “For people to come to me knowing I’m a trainee, I think that’s even good.� Zoe will finish her Certificate IV in Beauty this year and will become a fulltime employee at Evella. “I’d just like to thank Tania for nominating me, my family for helping me through my traineeship

■THERAPY: Waikerie based Evella Skin and Body beauty therapist Zoe Dick was awarded South Australia’s 2011 in-business Trainee of the Year. She is pictured holding her award with business owner and award nominator Tania Starling. Photo: EMMA CAIN and in-business for sponsoring me.� Evella Skin and Body owner Tania Starling said she was proud of Zoe’s achievements and nominated her for the experience. “I thought it would be a good opportunity for her to push herself that little bit further,� she said. “You really get to know a lot of your strengths and weaknesses. “It really broadens your horizons.� According to Tania, Zoe is an asset to the business.

“She brings a good vibe and atmosphere to her clients,� Tania said. “Hopefully she’ll be in a position one day where I can have her managing the salon.� Tania said it was important for young people to recognise the opportunities available to them in the country. “It doesn’t matter if you’re in the city or the country, the country has loads of opportunity for young people to thrive,� she said.

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International flavours of the Riverland WITH such a diverse multi-cultural population, it is little wonder the Riverland has a lot to offer when it comes to international cuisine. Below are some of the options on offer in the region.

A touch of spice at Golden Elephant THE Golden Elephant Indian Restaurant has made quite an impact in its first year of business with Riverlanders embracing the culture and food of India. Serving local and fresh food with no preservatives, the restaurant has enjoyed a successful first few months, according to owner Arjhan Arkan. There are dishes for everybody, including a selection for customers preferring something other than an Indian meal. “For people who don't want to eat Indian cuisine, we offer alternative dishes,” Arjhan said. “Since the Kebab Shop opened up, we’ve had a good response from the public. “In the kebabs, all the salad gets chopped up daily and is locally sourced.” Arjhan said the popular choices at the restaurant are generally the curries and the kebabs are ideal for a take-away lunch. “The most popular dishes in the curries, would have to be butter chicken and paradise chicken,” he said. They are a good option for those with delicate tastebuds but Arjhan said the fiery beef vindaloo caters for customers with a taste for hot curries. “In the kebabs, the lamb kebab would be the most popular, with the garlic sauce.” Whether you are wanting to dine out or have take-away, The Golden Elephant Indian Restaurant is the place to go for an authentic taste of India and for something a little different with the kebabs.

Mallee Fowl true blue WHEN it comes to authentic Australian tucker, you cannot go past the Mallee Fowl Restaurant. The popular bushland restaurant is famous for its Aussie dishes and owner Caryl Michael said the distinctly Australian menu always attracts locals and visitors. “All locals bring their overseas guests to our restaurant,” Caryl said. “We get that all the time and the people love our variety of food.” Amongst the popular dishes are the quail and kangaroo, according to Caryl. “We're well known for our steaks (too),” she added. “If you want a good steak, you usually come to the Mallee Fowl. “Our kangaroo would be the most Australian (as is) the quail.” Caryl also makes a fine quandong macadamia cheesecake, using only local ingredients. The Mallee Fowl Restaurant's uniqueness is what makes it so popular, according to Caryl. “It's a bit different to what you see down at the pubs and clubs,” she said.

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IF IT is a taste of Asia you are looking for, pop in for one of Eric Fan's delicious noodle or rice dishes, made fresh at Berri Noodle. Since opening its doors, Berri Noodle has been a popular choice for lunch and dinners with its extensive range of noodle boxes. However, with the store offering some new take-away alternatives with Chinese dishes and sushi now on the menu, Eric said Berri Noodle's popularity has been increasing. “It's a different meal for people to try,” he said. “It's fresh, it's all cooked in one day, not left overnight.” Eric said the range of food at Berri Noodle covers the continent of Asia. “It’s a mixture of Thai food, South Pacific and Malaysian food,” he said. “It's a big combination.” The cook-while-you-wait experience is another reason why Berri Noodle is popular with its customers, according to Eric. With popular choices like teriyaki chicken, sweet and sour pork and honey chicken on Eric's menu, there is something to please everyone.

IT IS not often you would see a country service station serving up something as unique as sushi but at the Waikerie United Service Station, the traditional Japanese dish is a regular Friday treat. After owner Greg Maskell spent 10 years of his life in Japan and marrying wife Mamiko, he returned to the region with an idea in mind; to introduce sushi to Waikerie. Mamiko originally prepared the sushi in small quantities but she soon had to increase production due to popular demand. “People make it their end of week treat,” Greg said. He said the sushi offers Riverlanders a chance to experience a piece of Japanese culture. “A lot of people make or sell sushi but its very rare to have a real Japanese person making it to Japanese standards,” he said. “It's good to have the authentic taste. “I say to my wife 'if it tastes good to you, it's good' because she's Japanese.”

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Boxing club a knockout success SINCE 1994, the Riverland Boxing and Fitness Club has built a strong reputation in the Riverland and beyond. Coach Phillip Goodes said the best way for the club to keep jumping from strength to strength is for more locals to get involved in the exciting and dynamic sport. In recent times, the club has been heavily involved with several local sporting clubs and community groups and has also dedicated its time to working one-on-one with athletes. Mr Goodes encouraged locals to join the club. “We offer a community service,� he said. “We offer our expertise to develop people’s fitness and we teach them the skills to succeed at a high level in the sport.�

One pleasing sight for the club is the high level of interest in the group’s training camps, especially from people outside of the region. “This year, I’ve had a group of boxers from Alice Springs coming down here for training camps and staying for three weeks at a time,� Mr Goodes said. “We’ve had boxers from Adelaide coming up for weekend training camps, from Swan Hill, from Whyalla.� The club has won its fair share of awards, including being voted South Australian Gym of the Year on three occasions. “We’ve won five Country Club Gym of the Year trophies as well for best country gym,� Mr Goodes said. “We’re in the running for that again this year.�

Mr Goodes, who is an Olympic and Commonwealth games section manager, said boxing is one of the most exciting and safe sports around and is encouraging more locals to take it up. “It’s pretty well measured from a safety point of view,� he said. “There’s a lot of fitness involved with it, as well as self-discipline and self-confidence. “Boxing’s done a lot for my own self development as well.� There are several reasons why Mr Goodes enjoys being involved with the club, none more than seeing his clients achieve their fitness goals. “(We love seeing the) growth and development of athletes,� he said. “Some have no confidence, some are full of confidence, it’s just great seeing their fitness grow.�

â– TALENT: Young star boxer Ryan Goodes is a regular at the Riverland Boxing and Fitness Club. Photos: FILE

Exercise options aplenty at fitness club

â– RIGHT: Riverland Boxing & Fitness Club coach Allison Goodes times a seniors class.

AT THE Riverland Boxing and Fitness Club, there is an exercise option for everyone. Coach Allison Goodes said the Loxton based club offers classes for all ages, which is unique in the region. “It’s what we need in the Riverland because a lot of places don’t cater for all ages,� Mrs Goodes said. “We provide fitness classes, self-defence, kids’ classes and older


classes.� There has been an influx of clients taking part in the club’s senior classes, which Mrs Goodes said is brilliant. “That’s more to keep them active,� she said. “Some of it’s for rehabilitation and to mingle with other people as well.� The club runs kids’ classes twice a week for children aged four to 13.

“It teaches them the basic skills of boxing and self-defence but mainly just for fun and fitness,� Mrs Goodes said. Mrs Goodes enjoys the family atmosphere of the club, as well as the travelling she does on the job. “(The club) helps people out, especially with the rehabilitation side of things,� she said. “The club has a really great atmosphere.�

â– CHAMPION: Promising young boxer Mathew Wilson (right) with Riverland Boxing and Fitness club coach Phillip Goodes after a boxing victory in August.

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SINCE moving to the area in March, new Riverland Boxing and Fitness Club coach Tammy Hansen was swift to get involved in the local fitness scene. After an ankle injury, Tammy dedicated her time to focus on coaching at the club and already runs several hour-long classes, with something for everyone.

“My focus is mainly on the cardio help people become fitter and healthier,� she said. “I run a unisex fitness class and there's also Kid Gloves (a class for kids). “There's female-only boxing classes and we've got boxing classes that everyone’s welcome to attend.� Tammy said the family



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14 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 22, 2011

Selling and Buying in Spring Sell in Spring and put SOLD on your home


Saturday September 24th 10.00 - 10.30am


FABULOUS POSITION Saturday September 24th 9.15 - 9.45am Situated in a good position in PUBLIC AUCTION: Friday October 7th 12.00pm Loxton, is this four bedroom, two bathroom solid home. Featuring, a large eat in kitchen/ dining with tiled floor, four carpeted bedrooms with built-in robes and a big lounge with great views this home comes with a good sized laundry complete with stainless steel tub. The outside is fully fenced and has car parking for at least four cars. Under instruction from the mortgagee – this property is to be sold at auction.

Back on market due to contract failure LOXTON, Section 409 Anderson Road LIFESTYLE COUNTRY LIVING

LOXTON, 24 Hayward Tce

Established solid home, verandahs all round, renovated throughout to offer 4 bedrooms, 2 with built-in robes, formal lounge, polished floor boards, heating and cooling throughout, plus a detached rumpus room, carport and shed, all on one acre of land.


Price: $215,000 Internet: 3D7FD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304


Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

This 4 bedroom brick home is ideally located for the larger family. Situated amongst quality family homes in a quiet cul de sac, The house offers a separate study area for the older children. The two living areas are large. Open living from kitchen, dine to formal lounge. The front rooms overlook a grassy bush land that give privacy from neighbouring homes. The family room is large with double doors to the courtyard. Enclosed rear yard, double carport, lock up shed and sunny patio off the dine is a quiet area to put the feet up,


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

Price: $210,000


New Release BERRI, 2 Napier Crt Price: $199,500

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744


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

Mobile: 0431

488 538

Five bedroom two-story brick home, overlooking the Murray River. Formal lounge and dining, well-appointed kitchen offering all modern appliances and large walk-in pantry. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, built-in-robes with the master located on the first floor, serviced by a walk-in-robe and en’suite, with balcony views of the beautiful Murray River. Separate rumpus sized family room upstairs. Kids’ bedrooms lead off the rumpus room area. Ducted r/c heat/cooling and wood combustion fire.

New Release

Price: $215,000

Modern 2 bedroom unit in great position. Good sized open plan kitchen/dining and lounge. Reverse cycle air conditioning and ceiling fans in both bedrooms. Small enclosed back yard, separate garage. Price: $165,000 Internet: 3D4FD7 Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

Under Contract BERRI/MONASH, 71 Crossing Rd OUT OF TOWN AT ITS BEST On approximately 15 acres, situated just outside of Berri is this well positioned three bedroom home. The property comes with a large amount of rainwater tanks, great out door entertaining area, swimming pool, loads of room to move and features a fully air-conditioned large detached rumpus room. Price: $210,000 to $220,000 Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

Growing family – need the extra room?

Saturday September 24th 11.45 - 12.15pm

This home has the elegance and style of the art deco period. The property offers the coolness of solid brick, 3 large bedrooms, walk-in closets, study and small 4th bedroom for guests or children’s sleepovers. At the end of the wide hallway the kitchen, dine and family area runs the width of the home. A slide door takes you out onto the back verandah the overlooks the green lawn and garden area. There is double gate entry via the laneway, roller door carport and storage shedding.

488 538



Saturday September 24th 10.45 - 11.15am

This home would suit the first home buyer or retiree. Situated out of town, this three bedroom home has a large open plan kitchen/dine with slate floor. The master bedroom comes with built-in robe and the bathroom with a separate bath/shower and vanity. Enjoy the views, relax and entertain outside under the good size pergola entertaining area. Comes complete with a large shed, rainwater tanks and so much more.....

Mobile: 0431

The Vendor’s statements relating to matters affecting advertised properties may be inspected at the Agent’s Office 3 business days prior to the Auction and at place of Auction 30 minutes before sale.

Under Contract

LOXTON, Section 174 Briers Rd Price $450,000

PRICE REDUCTION $85,000 LOXTON, Lot 40 Wheatley Rd ELEVATED BUILDING SITE WITH RIVER VIEWS Ready to build your dream home on! About 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: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

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.

GLOSSOP, 218 West Rd



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.

Situated just outside of Glossop on about 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.

Price: $299,500

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

TWO IDEAL INVESTMENT UNITS BERRI, 1/52 & 2/52 Old Sturt Highway Price: $125,000 each Internet: 394FD7

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

Price: $240,000 Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES INDUSTRIAL SHOPS 3 vacant shops, A/C, plus 3 bay shedding with roller doors on land parking bitumen paving.

BERRI, Hughes Street

BERRI, William Street

FOR SALE, LARGE WAREHOUSE PREMISES Located in Hughes St and zoned industrial. Comprising large warehouse, office, laboratory, kitchen and toilets on about 4000 sq metres of shedding plus land. Corner position with plenty of car parking. Selling below replacement value. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304 Price: $POA

RLA 1935


BERRI, Verrall Cresent Price: High $400,000’s

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

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

Thursday September 22, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 15

New Release

Selling in Spring?

Comfortable art deco home T

HIS home has the elegance and style of the art deco period. The property offers the coolness of solid brick, three large bedrooms, walk-in closets, study and small fourth bedroom for guests or children’s sleepovers. At the end of the wide hallway, the kitchen, dining and family area runs the width of the home. A sliding door takes you out onto the back verandah that overlooks the green

Appoint LJ Hooker & sell your property during Spring 2011 to be in the draw to win a Nissan Micra*


If you’re selling in Spring, phone LJ Hooker Berri today on 8582 2744 or register on RLA 1935

lawn and garden area. There is double gate entry via the laneway, roller door carport and storage shedding. This is truly comfortable family living in stylish surroundings. Evaporative cooling and wood combustion heating allows solace year round. Two blocks from main shopping precinct and one block to the town swimming pool.


203 Fifteenth St Price $215,000 Inspect Saturday, Sept 24th 11.45 - 12.15pm RLA 1935

*Terms and conditions apply. Licence No: T11/1668


1 Contact LJ Hooker Berri Sue Wurth 0431 488 538

PROTECT YOUR RENTAL PROPERTY/PORTFOLIO Landlords Is your investment managed to retain its value? Are you receiving maximum returns? Are you receiving the best management?

Our Property Managers are specialists and experienced top performers who have had extensive training to keep up to date with changes in laws and legislation.

LJ Hooker Berri, offers top management at reasonable rates that are cost effective and value for service.

To find out what rent you should be receiving, come see us for a free rental appraisal and advise on presentation to maximise rental on your property.

Our point of difference is we manage, not just collect rent. The Choice is yours.

As a landlord it is important to choose the best in Property Management - don’t discount for less service and care.

Please call LJ Hooker, Berri on 8582 2744


Price: $270





Executive 3 bedroom home on land, huge outdoor entertaining area, wood heating, overlooking vineyards, double carport. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429



260 PW


3 Bedrm, BIR in good location, split system, carport, shedding, open spacious living and encl. yard.

Price: $160

10 KAY AVE Price: $195 PW 3 Bedrm spacious home close to town centre, evap cooling & gas heating, large yard & shedding with rear lane access. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

4 WORMAN STREET Price: $180 PW 3 lgr bedrms, lounge plus sunroom, spacious kitchen/dine with WI Pantry, r/cycle, manageable rear yard with shedding, carport. (avail. end of October) Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

11 RL GAMBLING ROAD Price: $155 PW

3 bedroom home close to school, RC air conditioning, built-in robes modern & large enclosed yard.

13 GUY STREET Price: $240


3 Bedm, WIR to main, open living, 2-way bathrm, carport & encl. yard. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756


Price: $190

RLA 1935

Spacious 2 bedrm house near school and walk to towncentre, outside decking and patio, split system, encl. rear yard.


Price: $160 PW 11 TRENAMAN CRES 3 bedm home close to town, kitchen/dine separate lounge, carport & large enclosed yard. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

9/41 QUEEN ELIZABETH DV Price: $100 PW

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

1 Bedrm, furnished, BIR, open living, R/C, carport and U/Cover area.

Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429


Price: $150

10 RAILWAY TCE Price: $300 PW Executive 4 bdr home plus study, formal lounge and dining. Garage and carports, enclosed yard and low maintenance gardens.

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

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429


Price: $140


1 bedroom partly furnished unit, split system heat/cooling, carport. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429



Price: $150


2 bedrm unit with large bedrooms, open plan kitchen, dining and lounge, shower and toilet includes small bath, split system r/c air-con, small rear yard inc. a carport. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

Price: $145


1 Bedroom unit close to town & restaurant, modern partly furnished RC air conditioning & small enclosed yard. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429


Price: $145

Contact: Traci Phone: 8582 2744





Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429

4 Bedroom home close to school & supermarket, large living area, RC AC, enclosed back yard & carport. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

Price: $170

Price: $145



Lgr 2 bedrm unit with built in robes, stylist spacious interior, r/c, carport and small enclosed backyard with garden shed.

Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429




RENMARK, UNITS - NO PETS Price: $150 PW 6/97 15TH ST Large 2 bedroom unit, BIRs, R/C, spacious open living, enclosed rear yard, carport.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429


2/97 15TH STREET 6/9 FARMER STREET Price: $145 PW 2 bedrm unit in good area of Barmera, bir, open living, r/c, carport. Contact: Traci Phone: 8582 2744


Price: $130


1 Bedrm modern unit, built in robe, R/C Heating/Cooling, carport, small encl. yard, walking dist to town. Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429

Partly furnished spacious one bedroom unit, centrally located, split system heating, carport.

1 Bedroom unit close to town, open living, RC AC & carport.

2/86 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

Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429


Price: $135


All rentals can be viewed on the or websites.

16 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 22, 2011

129 Renmark Ave, Renmark Phone: 8586 6831 OWNERS RELOCATING




- 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: Saturday 9.00 - 9.30am OPEN Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- 3 bedroom brick veneer set on 715m2 allotment - Close to Schools & Shopping Plaza - Carport, rear verandah, large backyard - Ideal first home, investment or renovators project Price: $135,000 View: Saturday 9.30 - 10.00am OPEN Contact: Emma Treloar 0430 150 136



- Located at Berri’s preferred address - Option to purchase one or both, the choice is yours - 3 excellent sized bedrooms - Solid brick veneer construction - Full fenced yard with landscaped gardens Price: $415,000 View: Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002 OPEN


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, colorbond verandah Price: $239,000 View: Saturday 10.15 - 10.45am Contact: Emma Treloar 0430 150 136 OPEN






- 3 bedroom brick veneer - Built in robes, ducted A/C - Garage UMR, large rear pergola - Rented for $240.00 per week NEW Price: $255,000 View: Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- Quiet location ready to move and enjoy life - Established on an easy care 1500m2 allotment - 3 bedroom, 2 with wall-wall floor-ceiling built in robes - Floating timber floors throughout the living zones Price: $195,000 View: Saturday 11.00 – 11.30am OPEN Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- Beautifully presented home on an easy to care block - Perfect for the first home buyer, investor or retiree - Plush carpet throughout living zones of the home - Inspect today to take in the quality Price: $149,000 View: Saturday 11.45 - 12.15pm OPEN Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

- Large four bedroom brick veneer home - Walking distance to Renmark Plaza & CBD - Spacious living areas with easy flowing floor plan - Double garage with drive through facility NEW Price: $330,000 View: Saturday 12.30 - 1.00pm OPEN Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002






- Above average 4 bedroom brick veneer - Located adjacent to some of our best homes - 1 acre allotment, ample water - Large shed plus garage UMR Price: $390,000 View: By Appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

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



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INSPECT TO APPRECIATE THE EXTRAS - 1147m2 corner allotment - Four bedrooms, ensuite, spacious living - Modern kitchen & bathroom - Large shed, pit & good outdoor areas NEW Price: $198,000 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

- Quiet no-through street - Reverse cycle A/C, wood & gas heating - Nice bathroom & kitchen areas - Two living areas New Price: $133,500 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

- 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


NEED EXTRA LIVING SPACE? - Three bedroom family home - Two carports, garage & storage sheds - Superb, easycare gardens - Lounge and separate family room NEW Price: $168,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892


$20,000 OFF





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






- Modern three bedroom, brick veneer - Short walk to Renmark North School - Two living areas - Easy to manage 1500m² allotment NEW Price: $180,000 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

- Established in a quiet street.700m2 corner allotment - Three 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

· Three bedrooms, ducted evap aircon · Large rear verandah & garage · Spacious corner allotment · Excellent residential area New Price: $147,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892


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



“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



RURAL LIVING ON 13 ACRES - Three bedroom home – fresh paintwork - Upgraded kitchen & bathroom - Domestic water supply - Room for a horse, motor bike track etc Price: $175,000 View: By Appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892



10 ACRES WITH HOME - 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


RLA 147968

Thursday September 22, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 17

129 Renmark Ave, Renmark Phone: 8586 6831 RENTALS 71 Meander Avenue,


Lovely home, river access 4 b/r brick home, ducted air cond, gas heating, formal lounge, ensuite and WIR to main, BIR’s, double carport, fenced rear yard, creek views and boat access to main river.

20 Railway Terrace,

CAPITALISE ON THE INDUSTRY TURN AROUND! CCW CONTRACT - Four bedroom home located amongst quality vines - Two great properties,dont miss this opportunity - Reap the rewards of this full producing property - CCW contract with total water allocation Price: Contact Agent View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

TWENTYFIFTH STREET 9.7 ACRE RURAL LIVING - Includes large shed - Power & domestic water connected - Exit grant conditions apply Price: $73,500 Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 View: By appointment




- Spacious home with pool - Cab tractor sprayer etc - All vines, mainly CCW - Drip irrigation, excellent soil Price: $460,000 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

PAROO STREET RETIRE NEAR THE RIVER - 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


COOLTONG AVENUE 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


MODERN HOME ON 10 ACRES - 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

¡ 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

HUGE $50,000 OFF


- Great annual returns year in year out - Excellent soil conditions - Current market demanded plantings - All plant and equipment you need to operate orchard Price: $585,000 View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002


7 ACRES RENMARK AVENUE - Includes tractor, hydraplats etc - Planted to citrus - Ideal rural living site Price: $100,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892



River Access, Creek Views Lovely 3 b/r home with river access, r/c air cond, double garage, pergola with creek view, fenced yard.

Lot 1 TwentyďŹ fth St,


Rural living Rural 3 b/r home, s/s air cond, paved pergola, carport and shedding.

33 Seventeenth Street,

Sec 102(26) Warrego St,


- Planted to apricots & vacant land - 2 tractors, coolroom, spray plant etc - Large open side shed - Full RIT water entitlement Price: $150,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

19 Murtho St,


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


Affordable, Good Location 3 b/r home in Town Centre, s/s air cond, garage.

4/1 Thurk St,


Great Location, Affordable Living Two b/r, 2 storey unit, overlooking Jane Eliza, a short walk to river and town centre, r/c air cond to main b/r, spacious living, ample storage, carport.

16C Ral Ral Ave,

MAIN ROAD BUILDING SITE - 1.66Ha (4 acres) close to town - Remove the fruit or keep for income - Enjoy the beneďŹ ts of rural living NEW Price: $85,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892


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

109 Sixteenth St,




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

Renovated Delight Renovated 3 b/r home plus sunroom, just a short walk to town centre, r/c air cond, ducted evap air cond, modern kitchen, ceiling fans, carport, rear verandah, fenced yard.



167 Eighteenth Street,

39 Meander Ave,




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


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

“Peace of Mind�

Property Management Phone: 8586 6433






Saturday, September 24


BARMERA 9.00 - 9.30am

11 Bonnar Street Ray White Renmark

BERRI 10.00 - 10.30am 10.45 - 11.15am

74 Derrick Street Ray White Renmark 262 Nitschke Rd LJ Hooker Berri

LOXTON 24 Hayward Tce LJ Hooker Berri 10.00 - 10.30am Sect 409 Anderson Rd LJ Hooker Berri 9.15 - 9.45am

10.15 - 10.45am

171 Fifteenth Street Ray White Renmark

11.00 - 11.30am

109 Pyap Street Ray White Renmark

11.00 - 11.30am

Twentyfifth Street Ray White Renmark

11.45 - 12.15pm 51 Sims Parade Ray White Renmark 11.45 - 12.15pm 203 Fifteenth St LJ Hooker Berri 12.30 - 1.00pm

RENMARK 9.30 - 10.00am

Saturday, September 24

18 Kurrajong Avenue Ray White Renmark

20 Railway Terrace Ray White Renmark

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




18 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 22, 2011



UNDER U UN N $19,000

CLEARANCE SALE C 97 Pulsar Auto Hatch

2000 Daewoo Nubira Wagon

2004 Holden Astra Hatchback

2004 VZ Acclaim Sedan

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2007 Suzuki Swift Hatch

2008 Mazda3 MAXX Sport Sedan

04 Honda Civic Sedan

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06 VE Commodore Sedan

2004 Holden Crewman Ute

08 Toyota Camry Altise Sedan

06 Subaru Impereza Sedan


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2009 Ford Focus LX Sedan

2005 Mazda 6 Sedan

2007 Mazda 3 Maxx Sport

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THIS WEEK’S NEW Holden Epica CDX sedan *

Mazda3 Neo Hatch

$2 ,990 $23,990 0 IDEAL FAMILY SEDAN


BERRI SUPER YARD PH: 8582 3644 Old Sturt Hwy, Berri RENMARK PH: 8586 6626 Murtho Street, Renmark




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A lifetime of tractor dedication By CALLUM TRIFONOFF FOR as long as Loxton man Lawrie Paull has lived and worked on the block, he has had a Lanz tractor by his side. In particular, it is Lawrie's beloved Lanz Bulldog Model O, which he has owned for the past decade, that has given him the most pleasure. “I bought (the tractor) second-hand about 10 years ago,� Lawrie said. The Bulldog's 36 horsepower engine is a two stroke motor designed in the early 1950s. Since purchasing the tractor, Lawrie has only had to repair the machine once and said it runs well all day when he is out on the block. “They're good tractors, easy to start,� he said. “It doesn't use much fuel either, they're simple, easy to work on, they've got a really good fuel economy.� The tractor regularly features at the Riverland Field Days and was on display again this year. Lawrie drives the tractor in his spare time when he is not using it to collect fruit on the block. “I go out and just give it a good run,� he said. “Sometimes it just goes for a two hour cruise around the fruit block.� The one thing Lawrie loves about Lanz Bulldog tractors is their unique, smooth running. “You could put a cup of tea on it, it's (that) well balanced,� he said. Lawrie's favourite tractor will also appear at this weekend's Riverland Hit 'n' Miss Rally in Waikerie. “I'm definitely looking forward to taking the Bulldog there,� Lawrie said.

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54 ■ BLOSSOM: Ag Art Wear fashion parades were a hit with the Sound Shell audience during the Field Days.

■ FIRST: (From left) Diane Millard and Chuck and Margaret Hunt, who recently moved to the Riverland from the USA, experiencing their first Field Days.

■ FRIENDS: Ainslee Graetz (left) and Steph Baird making the most of the sunshine at the Riverland Field Days.

■ LEFT: Hoping to find some bargains at the Field Days were (from left) Atifa Hussaini and Roqiah and Saira Safdari. ■ RIGHT: (From left) Katie Vallelonga, Pip Wright and Jack McKenzie explore the sites at the Riverland Field Days.

Field Days, a huge success By BRAD PERRY A SUN drenched crowd of around 15,000 people attended this year's Riverland Field Days with feedback from the event positive. Crowd figures for the two day event in Barmera last week were similar to last year. Organiser Tim Grieger said gate numbers are not the only indicator of the Field Days' success. “It is not the only measure of the success of an event,” Mr Grieger said. “It's the quality of what we produce and provide and the value and experience that everybody had during the two days. “I would say that it was an outstanding success in every aspect of what we presented.” After several

years of average weather for the major Riverland event, Mr Grieger said it was pleasing to see sun and warm conditions. “The weather was one of the highlights,” Mr Grieger said. “Two great days (of good weather) is unusual for us and that was a bonus for an outdoor event. “The second day things picked up and they (the site holders) appreciated the numbers that came through on the second day.” Mr Grieger said the new features at this year's Field Days were well received. “We introduced new features this year which were The Grain Lane and that was very successful in what we achieved and we will look to expand on that in the future,” he said. “The Tec Tech Hub was a new

innovation and for what was presented, was excellent.” The Wine and Food section was “buzzing all day long” and the schools' cooking competition went down a treat, according to Mr Grieger. With a large number of businesses from outside the region at this year's Field Days, Mr Grieger said many will be back next year and planning for the 2012 event is already in process. “I think the value is there and they see it as a great opportunity and certainly everyone I spoke to would be keen to come back next year,” he said. “There's always thinking ahead and then there is always thought of next year of what we can improve on and what we can introduce and that's part of our ongoing operation.”

■ BUBBLES: Charli Sparkes, 2, from Barmera, enjoying the novelties at the Riverland Field Days. Photo: ZOE WATSON

■ SMILES: (Left) Kyesha Watkins, 4, hhaving her face painted, while (above) Elise, 5, and Sarah Lambert, 7, of Renmark, playing in Kids Corner. Photos: ZOE WATSON

■ FUN: Test driving a tractor at the Field Days were Hamish Kalleske, 3, (left) and Charlie Manera, 6.

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GLEN maintenance service specialising in mobile TIG MIG welding aluminium stainless & steel, CAD drawings & design, packing shed plant, pipe & pump house installation, on farm plant maintenance, LIC 17161 0428 839 449. Annieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cleaning service cert 2 cleaning, all domestic & general cleaning quality home support service for elderly & disabled 0438 067 861.

HOUSEBOAT mooring at Paringa, non-live on, private road access. Ph 8595 5565.

Loved Poppa of Tanya, Danielle, Vanessa, Leigh, Amanda & seven great grandchildren.

TWO hydro plants for sale. 1 diesel, excellent Funeral mass for Mr. condition. 1 petrol, needs Andrew SOMI will be some repairs. $3,000 for offered at the Our Lady of both. Ph 0433 142 362. the River Catholic Church, Crawford Terrace Berri, Motor Vehicles on Friday 23 September MAZDA Tribute, limit at 2PM. At the conclusion ed. v6 auto station of the service the cortege wagon 05, roof rack, will proceed to the Berri cargo barrier, alloy Lawn Cemetery for the wheels, tinted windows, committal. airbags, 39,500km, In lieu of flowers donations XKL-459, only $29,990. to St. Catherineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Nursing Ph 0408 844 709.

The Family thank the staff at Hawdon House for their care & assistance with Allanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s peaceful passing.

Home in Andyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory would be appreciated. Donations may be made at the service.

LABOURER, fit, reliable, own transport, relocated with family. Sound working history, Ph 0405 417 432.

ROESLER, Allan Gildas â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Passed away peacefully at Hawdon House Barmera on September 18, 2001. Aged 84 yeas. Beloved Dulcie.



Loved father of Margaret, Patricia, Michael & Helen.


RIVERLAND FUNERALS Berri 85821333 Renmark 85864422 Accredited Member Australian Funeral Directors Association

For Sale SOMI, Andrew (Andy) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Sadly passed away at R.A.H on 15/9/2011. Aged 80 years. Loved husband of Slavica for 56 years.

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

Loved & loving father & father-in-law of Klementina & Ivan, Rozemary & Ross, Dianna & Anthony.

CARPET for sale, replacing all house carpet. 5 bedroom, 2 lounge room & 1 dining room, good condition, $600 ONO. Ph 0433 142 362.

Loving grandfather of Adam & Natalie, Katherine, Ryan, Tyson, Kade & great grandfather of Michelle, with Jesus.

COTTAGE on 1-½ acres with carport & undercover BBQ, plenty of shade on good bitumen road with daily mail delivery & school bus at door. 6km Cambrai, 35 mins Mannum or Barossa Valley. Home has 2 double bedrooms & 1 single with ceiling fans in bedrooms & lounge. Reverse cycle air conditioner in dining room. Generous kitchen, gas cooker. 40ft container with windows & door, power connected ideal studio/workshop, plus 3 sheds & bore fully equipped. 3 water tanks 9,300 litres each. Asking price $187,500. Ph 8564 5064.

We will miss the many happy times we shared together, your kindness generosity & love. Our hearts are broken as the link is weakened, now the hands that rest forever have left our home, as you were a very special Dad & Poppa. Sadly taken from us too soon.

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We couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t say goodbye. You are gone from our sight but never from our memories, gone from FRESH new stock just our touch but never from arrived! Pink Diosma our hearts. $9.99 now $7.99. Water plants, wall art, moth May you rest in peace. orchids, gifts ready to Funeral go & stack of pots for every spot. Oopsy ROESLER garden, 17 Renmark Renmark. The relatives and friends of Avenue, Ph 0428 951 399. Mr. Allan Gildas ROESLER are respectfully invited to JAYCO Pop-top Caravan. attend his funeral service, 16 Foot, front end kitchen, to be conducted in the 2 sigeal beds at rear Riverland funeral chapel, and brand new reverse cycle aircon and good Wishart Street Berri on tyres. Ph. 8582 4618 or Friday September 23 at 0448 551 113. 10.30am. OFFICE desk, grey in Allan will be interred at colour, good condition the Springton Cemetery $85. Ph 8541 2230. at a date to be advised. PROTECT new, plantings In lieu of flowers a with milk cartons, 5c each donation to Hawdon in bundles of 50. 4000 House in Allanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory are available. Proceeds to would be appreciated. mission. Ph 8588 2741. Donations may be made RARE pure bred, white at the service. German Shep pups, RIVERLAND FUNERALS from $800. Mildura Ph (03) 0523 4987. Berri 85821333 SINGLE bed ensemble, Renmark 85864422 near new, rarely used Accredited Member Australian spare bed. $120 Ph 8584 6940. Funeral Directors Association

SUBARU Impreza WRX manual sedan 99 factory standard. 23,500km, white-black trim, genuine one owner WIY-468 $29,990. Ph 08 8562 3636.

Public Notices

PHOTOGRAPHY Weddings, portraits or commercial. For professional work at affordable prices, contact Jane Wilson Photography on 8584 1508 or 0429 841 507.

COMPANION 51 year old man seeking companionship with young lady aged between 50 to 55, interests in ten pin bowling. Reply to PO PAINTING wanted 23 years Box 934, Berri SA, 5343. of experience, free quotes. ABN 52014912126, COMPANION 67-year- BLD 108538. Contact old single gent seeking 0414 686 565 or home c o m p a n i o n s h i p - 8588 7357. relationship with lady aged between TANK Lining, leaking 65 to 68 years old. concrete and iron water tanks lined with fibreglass, Ph 0438 897 661. onsite all areas. Ph Pete INSURANCE - For Headlam 08 8764 8131. the most competitive prices on home, TILING, no job too contents, commercial, small, free quotes, caravan and boats. friendly service. All Contact your local areas. BLD 234840. SGIC Agents, Phone Allan on Rosenthalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Renmark, 0422 110 302. 8586 6626 or Berri, VALLEY Aquariums. Ph 8582 3644. All your aquarium needs, US Aussie blokes meet tropical, coldwater, turtles, again at 6.45pm on axolotls, live and frozen Friday 30/9/2011 at food, filters/pumps, tanks and stands. Living Waters Christian Community, Loxton. Efptos available. Enquiries to 8584 7106. Weekly specials in-store. 8 Moculta Road Moculta. Only 10 minutes from Services Angaston. Ph: Richi 0425 DRIVER training available 826 464 Shane 0430 785 in Renmark area, 512. Open hours: Sundayexperienced & qualified Friday 12-5pm Saturday instructor, low rates. 10am-5pm. Call 0421 000 114 for For Hire bookings. JUMPING castles, KJR mowing and garden, great fun for any for all your gardening occasion, contact needs including clean Funtimes GALORE on ups. Competitive prices. 0400 576 230. Ph 0429 239 452.

Garage Sale BARMERA - 2 Trevelyan Street, 9AM Saturday 24th September, fundraising for international student volunteers. Pick up a bargain. GARAGE sale 8.30am-12pm Saturday 24th of September. 3 Malaga Terrace Berri. GARAGE sale this Saturday 24th, Woolston Road Berri, 8AM onwards. Antiques, furniture, clothes, general household & shed items.

Berri Church of Christ Old Sturt Highway FRIENDSHIP FELLOWSHIP WORSHIP Sunday Worship 10am Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities Weekly meetings for all ages Ps. Roger Risson Phone 8582 4886

RENMARK sixteen 12th Street, 7.30am-3pm this Sat 24th Sept. Furniture, electrical & kitchen items, kids toys &clothes. Too much to list, all must go. Ph 0403 302 587. RENMARK Loins Club corner 15th street & Renmark Avenue, Saturday 24th September 8am to 11am: Pair snow skis, wooden cot, bedside cabinets, recliners, water bed, large fridges, TV corner unit, antique bedroom suit, wardrobes, desks, dressing tables, lounge chairs, Gorenje front loading washing machine, small electric organ, old bottles, new books & bric-a-brac. Special multi-Auction of Spanish Tea Set, two Humphrey-B Bears & Earthen Ware Jug in wicker basket at Approx. 8.30am. All proceeds & public donations to aid Royal Flying Doctor service. Sausage sizzle also available. JUMBLE sale! Clothes bag sale, books, and bric-a-brac. Sat 8.30am-10.30am at the Salvation Army hall, 105 Renmark Avenue, Renmark.

Wanted To Buy YOUR local caravan dealer requires vans to sell on consignment or outright purchase. Renmark Caravan Centre. Ph 8595 1911.

SUNDAY 10am Old Sturt Highway GLOSSOP

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Ps David & Ps Joella CrossďŹ eld

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 9.50am: Bible Study Groups for all ages 11.30am: Family Worship Guest Presenter: Kyle Richardson

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Baptist Church

1 Verran Terrace, Berri (Band Hall)

SUNDAY September 25, 10am Morning Worship Guest Speaker Rev Noel Due (Recorded Message) Morning Tea 11.30am All welcome Enquiries phone 8582 2920 or 8588 2506


C Community Church & Centre Jellett Road, Berri

Real People Sunday 10am Living Passionately Pastor FulďŹ lling Bill & Rayleen y Destiny Keros Ph/Fax 8582 3928 Sunday10am Ps. Bill & Rayleen Keros

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Loxton & Renmark Uniting Church September 25 Renmark West 8.30am Colin & Fiona Kupke Renmark Ave 10am Colin & Fiona Kupke Baptism

10am Loxton Aub Mattner - HC PHONE 8584 7474 ALL WELCOME

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Living Waters 14 Edward St, Loxton 10am Sunday September 25 Ps. Sonny Pillay



September 25th Fifteeth Sunday after Pentecost St Peters Concordia Myrla

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Wednesday September 28th Rest Home 10.40am HC

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Public Notices P: 8582 5500 - 10A Wilson Street, Berri -

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Public Notices SECOND & LAST CALL TUES OCT 4TH 7.30 P.M


A family Carer provides unpaid care and support for a parent, partner, child or friend, who has a disability, is frail aged, or who has a chronic mental or physical illness. Caring can be demanding, so getting support and taking a break is vital to looking after your own health. Looking after your health and wellbeing enables you to Care for your loved one and increases your enjoyment of life. A Retreat is the opportunity for you to take time out from the Caring role. Carers SA River Murray and Mallee Carers offer a range of retreats for Carers throughout the year. Retreats can vary in length from one night away up to 3 nights and four days away. Take some time to recharge & meet other Carers who share similar experiences. You do not need live in the same house as the person you care for nor be receiving the Carer Payment or Allowance to be eligible to take a break on a Carer retreat

If you want your club to continue, all existing and intending players urged to attend, including junior parents. Several committee postions need to be ďŹ lled. If this meeting fails club will be put into remission for 12 months.

Manarto Zoo Retreat

Team Registrations and enquiries to Haylee Potts MOBLIE: 0419 824 789 or EMAIL:

When: November 22 to 25, 2011 Where: Tailem Bend and Murray Bridge Cost to participants: $35.00 (fee waived in certain circumstances) If you are interested please Call Carers SA â&#x20AC;&#x201C; River Murray & Mallee Carers on 1800 806 580 to ďŹ nd out more. All people who lodge an expression of interest will be notiďŹ ed by mail if your registration for this retreat has been successful.

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ENQUIRIES PH. 85835134 AFTER 7.00 P.M.


Monash Netball Club Summer Mixed Netball

Berri: Riverland Bottle Depot, 8582 3522 Renmark: R.R & P.J Holland, 8595 7303 Blanchetown: Blanchetown Deli & Hardware, 8540 5305

Gas Orders 1300 655 784

HOUSEBOAT FOR SALE Baldwin Aluminium Pontoons - 2 Berth

BARMERA DISTRICT WAR MEMORIAL COMmunity AGM Wednesday October 12th, 2011 at 7pm to be held at the

BARMERA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Barwell Avenue Barmera Nomination forms available at the centre and to be received back by the 19th Sept. Financial report available from the 19th Sept. at the Barmera Visitor Information Centre. GENERAL BUSINESS

Competition starting Wednesday 12th October

â&#x20AC;˘ Are you interested in the future of the Barmera recreation centre? â&#x20AC;˘ Financing of our community projects i.e. Barmeraâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Christmas Pageant, Barmera Walking Trail. â&#x20AC;˘ Are you interested in becoming a volunteer at the Barmera Visitor Information Centre.

Registrations due by Friday 30th September Hugely successful award winning B&B Perfect condition WIWO

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The Berri Barmera Council exercise power delegated to it by the Minister for Transport under Section 11 of the Road TrafďŹ c Act and through the Instrument of General Approval, part 1, Clause F: Delegation of Power to Close Roads and Grant Exemptions for Road Events to:


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1) To close the Road speciďŹ ed in the Schedule (below) to trafďŹ c including bicycles and scooters excluding motorised wheelchairs as provided in Section 33 (1) (a) of the Road TrafďŹ c Act THE SCHEDULE Location



Barwell Avenue Barmera between Pascoe Terrace and Nookamka Terrace

7.00am Sunday 2 October 2011

2.30pm Sunday 2 October 2011

2) Exempt persons in these areas when they are closed to vehicular trafďŹ c from Road Rules 230 (crossing a road) and 238 (pedestrians travelling along the road). For further information please contact Gary Brinkworth on 8582 1922 or









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General Auction Thursday 29th September 2011 @ 11am Our Premises: 48-52 West Rd, Buronga NSW Under Instructions from Major Finance Companies and Corporate Clients, we will sell the following equipment by way of public auction: Vehicles: t10 Toyota Camry Hybrid t 10 Toyota Aurion Sedan t 2 x 10 Ford FG Falcon Utility t09 Ford FG Utility t 09 Mitsubishi Triton Single Cab 4x2 Tray t 09 Nissan Patrol ST 7 Seater 4WD Wagon t 08 Ranger High Ride Single Cab 4x2 Tray t 08 Ford Falcon Station Wagon t 08 Holden Commodore Omega Sports Wagon t08 Holden Commodore Omega Sedan t 08 Toyota Camry Altise Sedan t06 Hyundai Elantra SLX Salvaged Vehicles: t 94 Suzuki Swift Cino Sedan tHyundai Xcel Sprint Hatch t92 Mitsubishi Magna Wagon t Toyota Hi-Ace Van t 89 Holden VN Executive Wagon t 89 Toyota Corolla Sedan t 88 Toyota Corolla Ceca Hatchback t87 Nissan Pulsar GXE Sedan Transport: t03 Freightliner Argosy t06 Mitsubishi Fuso Truck

t2 x 99 Southern Cross Aluminium B-Double Tippers Slashers/Mowers: t 2 x Howard 6ft Pro-Cut Rolla Mowa Slashers tTow 'N' Mow ATV Mower tNobili 6ft, 3PL, PTO Offest Mulcher Construction: t Komatsu PCU95.R Steel Tracked Excavator Sweepers: t Hako City Master2000 t Tennat Litter Hawk Workshop Equipment: tLT-900A 240v Tyre Changer tLT-430 240v Tyre Changer tCB_530 240v Wheel Balancer tMIG/MAG 240v, 250 amps Welder Miscellaneous: t2007 Felder K700S Panel Saw tGold Acres 1500Ltr Twin Row Weedicide Unit tStratti SS15000 Rock Saw Blades t6ft Tailgate Lifter t2,500lt Diesel Tank tLarge Skid Mounted Water Tank tViscount 20ft Caravan t2 x Speed Alert Mobile Trailers

Inspection: Day prior 9am - 4pm and from 8.30 day of sale

Enquiries: Gerard Nolen 0418 109 036 or 03 5021 2133

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TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR SALE PAYMENT TERMS: Cash, Bank Cheque, EFTPOS (2.2% fee applies) or by direct deposit. 10% deposit on all items. Payments to be made by 2pm Monday. GST: Sale will be conducted on a GST exclusive basis (Hammer Price + GST), Note: Cars are conducted on a inclusive basis. some items may be withdrawn from sale. Note: Buyers Premium Applies to all lots.

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FT Salesperson for our Berri Store SA Owned and Operated. SAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Biggest Electrical Retailer. The Radio Rentals Group â&#x20AC;&#x201C; SAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest electrical retailer, now big in furniture, is looking for 1 full time superior electrical and furniture salesperson to join our successful Berri store. We are a successful South Australian icon looking for superior sales staff. If you are a million dollar sales person you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t afford to miss these opportunities. In addition to the outstanding earnings potential, you will enjoy fantastic working conditions and company benefits as well as working for a fast growing organisation. If you are committed to customer satisfaction and have a history of driving profit for your existing company we want to talk to you now! Primarily your role is to maximise sales while upholding the high standard of customer service in which Radio Rentals is known for. You will be reporting to the Store Manager, while maintaining key contact with the Finance, Credit, and Marketing departments.

To be a successful applicant, you will be able to demonstrate: s0REVIOUSEXPERIENCEINRETAILSALESENVIRONMENT s!NUNDERSTANDINGANDABILITYTOADHERETOTHE0OLICIESAND0ROCEDURES set out by the Company s0ERSONALSALESTARGETSAREACHIEVEDWITHINSPECIlCTIMEFRAME s6ARIETYOFPRODUCTKNOWLEDGE s#USTOMERSAREDEALTWITHINAPROFESSIONALMANNERATALLTIMES s!BILITYTOWORKPROFESSIONALLYANDEFlCIENTLYWITHSALESTEAM s!DHERENCETOADAYROSTER Additionally you will be self-driven, possess strong interpersonal and communication skills. Applications in confidence along with a detailed resume can be submitted to the General Manager, Human Resources, PO Box 87, PROSPECT 5082 or email to by 5pm Monday11 October 2011. ** Please note: Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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Clinical Counsellor (Two positions) Thinking about a lifestyle change, but still after an exciting career? Want houseboat fun one weekend, wine tasting the next and city lights after that? Do you want to be part of an exciting opportunity and on the cutting edge of service provision to a local community? Then you need to contact the Riverland Division of General Practice today! â&#x20AC;˘ If you have professional qualiďŹ cations, and knowledge and experience in health assessment programs and services provision - The Riverland Division of General Practice has the OPPORTUNITY for you! Two Clinical Counsellor positions at varying levels are available for work across a broad spectrum of Health programs auspiced by The Riverland Division of General Practice. The roles will participate in the coordination, implementation, delivery and evaluation of a range of Divisionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Health Programs and initiatives within nominated geographical and funding boundaries. A crucial role will be played in providing intake assessment, screening, engagement and provision of support to people in the Riverland. You will be skilled in individual counselling and group based approaches and will be afforded the opportunity to contribute to implementation of activities that foster the professional development of GPâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and their practices.

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CAMHS Therapist Southern Mental Health CAMHS, Riverland Job Ref: 496491

Support Worker Aboriginal Health Riverland Community Health Service Job Ref: 495234

Direct Care Attendant Loxton Hospital Job Ref: 497913 1300 882 992

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Two positions are available at levels RN-2/PO-2 and RN-1/ PO-1 (depending on qualiďŹ cations of applicants). A National Police CertiďŹ cate will be required by the successful applicants. Applicants for these positions are required to address the Person SpeciďŹ cation criteria of the speciďŹ c Job Description. A Job Description can be downloaded from the Workplace Horizons website (vacancy section) - www.wphorizons. Further information can be obtained from Ms Linda Harris on 0411 425 206 if required. Only people with the right to work in Australia may apply for these positions. Email your application by no later than 5.00pm Friday 30/9/11 (including the names and contact details of three referees) to: Linda Harris, Senior Consultant Workplace Horizons Lot 2 Hissey Road CROMER, SA, 5235 Email:

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 Business Development Manager Riverland RDA Murraylands & Riverland Inc. facilitates sustainable business development and business education; employment skilling, jobs growth and community and economic development. RDA is seeking to employ a suitable person in a Business Development Manager [BDM] role. The role will be based in Berri and is a full time contract position until June 30 2013 subject to a three month probation period. The Business Development Manager is responsible for providing a diverse range of information, advice and referral services which focus on improving business management decisions, competitiveness and profitability of business clients. The BDM will assist in the economic development of the region, and is expected to maintain contact with appropriate organisations and participate in relevant seminars that contribute to the delivery of an effective and client orientated business information service. The successful applicant will need to hold a current drivers licence and be a team player. An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated subject to qualifications & experience. Job & person specification are available via or by confidential enquiry to Dylan Strong on 08 8535 7170 or Applicants will need to address the job description criteria & forward a complete application including curriculum vitae to: Corporate Services Manager RDA Murraylands & Riverland Inc. PO Box 134 Murray Bridge SA 5253 Applications close Friday 7th October 2011.

WINEMAKER / SENIOR WINEMAKER Full-time position Taylors Wines, a family owned and operated wine company is home to some of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most consistently awarded wine brands. With their head oďŹ&#x192;ce located in Sydney and sales oďŹ&#x192;ces located around the country, Taylors Wines oďŹ&#x20AC;er a friendly & progressive environment within which your career can ďŹ&#x201A;ourish. The vineyards & winery is situated in the picturesque Clare Valley, South Australia & has been in operation since 1969. We have a wonderful opportunity for a Winemaker / Senior Winemaker to join our cellar team. You will partner with the Chief Winemaker to undertake a range of duties from grape assessment and receipt through to the day to day coordination of winery operations. The person we are seeking will be a qualiďŹ ed winemaker with exposure to a variety of regions and wine styles. You will be able to demonstrate your knowledge and experience in consistently producing premium quality wines to strict quality standards. With a positive attitude and a passion for innovative winemaking you will become a valued member of the Taylors winery team. If you believe you have the essential qualities listed above, please post or email your application in the strictest conďŹ dence to: Taylors Wines Att: Human Resources Manager, PO Box 90, Auburn SA 5451 Or via email to: Applications received up to 4pm 30th September 2011

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Fundraiser something to crow about involving 30 elite athletes including Crowsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; champions Charlie Walsh, Richard Douglas and Jason Porplyzia to raise money to support the Crows Foundation. A pasta night, kicking off at 7pm, will be held at the Waikerie Football Club as part of the Crowsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; visit. Tickets are available from Chris on 8586 5282 or Gwen on 0408 609 304.

There will be a bus from Renmark making pick-ups from Riverland towns. Riverland Crows Supporters Group member Gwen Webber said the night is supporting a good cause. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is an opportunity for Riverlanders to meet and greet and enjoy a special night with this group, knowing you are supporting children in need,â&#x20AC;? she said.


No job too big or too small Phone John 0407 975 289

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Bowling clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fun day THE Renmark Bowling Club is hosting a family fun day on Sunday. Starting at 11.30am, there will be competitions, food and prizes for all ages, as well as lucky dips for the kids. Games on the day will include boulè, bowls, cards and eight-ball. Lunch and afternoon tea will be provided, with tickets costing $8 per person or $15 for a couple and children are free. For bookings, phone 8595 5264.


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â&#x2013; DANCE: DECS regional district office performance analysis and reporting consultant Wendy Featherston, Senator Anne McEwan and Riverland Special School Governing Council chairperson Julie Gill join in the fun at the opening of the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new structure.

Future chefs show off skills DESCRIBED as a great success, this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Riverland Field Daysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; cooking competition, between the four Riverland High Schools, was won by Glossop Hight School. See the full details in next weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s edition.



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ADELAIDE Crows players will ride into the Riverland on Monday to raise money for charity. The Riverland Crows Supporters Group have invited the players and officials, riding in the 2011 Redline Classic, to the Waikerie Football Club, for a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;meet and greet.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; The Redline Classic is a 500 kilometre bike ride

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Talented duo to visit By CALLUM TRIFONOFF TALENTED Aussie duo Chloe & Silas will hit the Riverland next Friday as part of a nationwide tour. Chloe Hall and Silas Palmer teamed up 18 months ago, after performing individually, under the name Chloe & Silas. Having just returned from a tour of the United Kingdom, from which they received a positive reaction for their debut album Spring Hill, Chloe & Silas cannot wait to see how the Riverland embraces the album. â&#x20AC;&#x153;(The album) is a really significant step for us,â&#x20AC;? Chloe said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When I first heard it, I thought â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;this is really riskyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; but (the response) has been very heartening.â&#x20AC;? Spring Hill has been a change of pace for Chloe and Silas. My last album had a lot of other musicians,â&#x20AC;? Chloe said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This one, we wanted to

create a very raw, very honest acoustic album.â&#x20AC;? The album has been such a success, the duo has been compared to famous musicians Simon & Garfunkel. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very nice and flattering to hear,â&#x20AC;? Chloe laughed. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I play guitar and sing, Silas plays fiddle, stompbox, percussion and sings. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We really focus on the harmonies.â&#x20AC;? It is hard to imagine how the duo blend so well, considering they never knew each other before hearing each other sing. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We had a really strong music connection,â&#x20AC;? Chloe said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;For a while, we were long distancing, sending music back and forth, with me in Queensland and Silas in Victoria. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Then we thought â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;this is ridiculousâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and we moved to be in the same state together.â&#x20AC;? Chloe & Silas will be performing at the Glendower Gallery, Renmark, from 8pm.

A NEW look marketing campaign for the Riverland Wine and Food Festival has already delivered results, less than a month away from the popular event. Festival organiser Amy Martinson said the riverfront event to be held on Saturday, October 15, remains the main drawcard but tickets for complementary events are selling quickly. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chefs on the Murray is virtually booked out and Wine Down events are becoming increasingly popular,â&#x20AC;? she said. According to Ms Martinson, Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wine Down events will provide a more holistic approach to the wine and food experience. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re more intimate,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;As the name says, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about winding down, chilling out, booking with a couple of friends (on) a smaller scale to Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s event.â&#x20AC;? Banrock Station, Illalangi, 919 Wines and Wilkadene Station

with their Woolshed Brewery will be hosting Wine Down events. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All the events are about trying to create an experience around wine and food and the natural landscape,â&#x20AC;? Ms Martinson said. She hopes around 2000 people will attend the main event, to be held on the Berri riverfront. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Saturday offers a fantastic opportunity to enjoy the main event riverside, from a range of vantage points, whether thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s underneath the marquee, a shady spot on the grass or standing at the wine barrels,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The music will be important in atmosphere and

â&#x2013; MUSICAL: Up and coming duo Chloe & Silas will perform in the Riverland next week as part of a nationwide tour.

our headline act, Jayne-Anne Powerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s powerhouse vocals and pop infused jazz, should really set the mood.â&#x20AC;? The supporting act for the riverfront event will be the Riverlandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own multi-award winning singer songwriter Kelly Menhennett. A free bus service will be available to and from the main

event from most local towns. The newly introduced Riverland Food & Wine App, a GPS directional smartphone application, can direct revellers around participating wine, food and tourism businesses, while a specialised website is expected to attract many visitors to the October 13 to 16 events.

TIME travel via a hot tub is an interesting concept and one which the characters in this flim find can have major consequences. The jacuzzi transports four friends, including Adam (John Cusack), back to 1986, an era where life was a party. Reliving the good times of their lives, the group are determined not to make the same mistakes twice. The film is good without being great.

CD of the week Crazy Love - Michael Buble ASK any middle aged female music lover who Michael Buble is and they will start singing Come Fly With Me in a deep, strangely addictive voice. The Canadianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fourth album demonstrates talent across several levels. However, much of his music sounds the same.

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WHY is it that the human race cannot stop watching terrible movies? A low budget obviously leads to average acting and less than satisfactory special effects, yet these films still have my attention. At the weekend, I found myself awake long enough to watch a late night screening of Lake Placid 2. The film is about giant crocodiles, who are creepily cared for by an old lady, eating basically everybody in the town. Some of the lines were corny at best. However, I watched Lake Placid 2 until the very end and wondered why I did. What is it about B grade movies that is so entertaining? I still cannot put my finger on the answer but I will continue to tune in.

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â&#x2013; TOP PRODUCE: Octoberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Riverland Wine and Food Festival is expected to be bigger than ever with a new marketing campaign helping to promote the event.

â&#x2013; SHOW: (From left) Luke Hewitt (cast), indigenous elder Barney Lindsay, Sean Dow (cast), Michael Harris, of Berri, and Leon Burchill (cast) at last weekâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chaffey Theatre performance of Krakouer!

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6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am News 10.00 The Circle 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook: Presented by Colin Lane 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Two Guys And A Girl 4.00 Huey

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 The Renovators 8.30 Rush 9.30 Law & Order: SVU 11.30 Ten News 12.00 The Late Show 1.00 Home Shopping 3.30 Benny Hinn

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 The Food Loversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Guide To Australia 1.30 Dateline 2.30 Everyone Loves A Wedding 3.00 Letters And Numbers 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers

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Friday 23rd


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10.40 Crownies: Janet and Lina wrestle with a potential child sociopath. Richard crosses the line with a key witness. 11.35 The Graham Norton Show 12.20 Cold Feet 1.15 Code Geass: Stage 24 1.40 Important Things With Demetri Martin

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strong cheese. 8.15 At The Movies Shortcuts 8.30 Movie: Hell Is For Heroes: Steve McQueen, Bobby Darin, Fess Parker 10.05 Movie: Mickey One: Warren Beatty 11.35 Raw Comedy 2011 12.35 How To Be Absolutely Fabulous 1.05 Eataholics

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Bangladesh, and on a perilous covert journey into Burma â&#x20AC;&#x201D; where western journalists are banned. 8.30 The Hotel 9.30 World News 10.05 Movie: Hidden (France): Daniel Auteuil, Juliette Binoche, Maurice BĂŠnichou 12.05 112 Emergency 1.35 Weatherwatch

28 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday September 22, 2011


Loxton unveils star recruits By BRAD PERRY THE Loxton Cricket Club has been bolstered by the recruitment of two of the most talented cricketers in the Riverland for the 2011/12 season. Former Monash cricketers Jake Albrecht and Josh Deren will both join Loxton this season in a move which will significantly strengthen the Tigers’ premiership chances. After almost 200 games for Monash, past Riverland Cricketer of the Year Albrecht is looking forward to playing with a young team at Loxton. “I thought I’d come over while I’ve still got a bit to offer and there is a young squad there,” he said. “There is plenty of good talent there with some good bowlers and some good batters and hopefully I can slip into the mix there.” Albrecht said the decision to switch clubs for the coming season is based on his young family. “You’ve spent over half of

your life playing at that club (Monash), so there’s guys there that I will miss and there is guys I’ve played a lot of cricket with and built up some good friendships with that I will miss,” he said. “But there comes a point in your life where you’ve got to be closer to your family.” Another chance at a premiership will be a bonus, according to Albrecht. “I’ve won one A grade flag but it would always be nice to win some more,” he said. “Really, at this stage, it is more about getting into a settled side and hopefully building from there. “Last year wasn’t my greatest year. “I still made a few runs and took a few wickets but I had a fair bit of expectation on my shoulders. “It would be nice to get back into some form and train a bit harder than what I did last year.” New team-mate Deren played district cricket for Tea Tree Gully last year and he is looking forward to the

challenge at Loxton. “I live in Loxton, work in Loxton, play footy at Loxton North, there is not really any reason why I shouldn’t be playing cricket in Loxton,” he said.

It is more about getting into a settled side and hopefully building from there.

“They’ve got a really good group of young kids, they showed it last year that they were developing pretty well...and hopefully I can slip into the batting line-up and help them out a little bit.” The prolific run scorer admits he had a lean season last year and is hoping to put his stamp on the local game. “If we can make runs and do all the right things, we

should be around the mark but Berri is always around the mark and Renmark, by all reports, have only got stronger in their bowling line-up,” Deren said. “You go into every season confident but you’ve still got to put the performances together at the right time.” Deren said he decided not to play district cricket again this year due to the travel and having a young family at home. He is also looking forward to playing under Michael Gutsche and alongside the developing fast bowlers Kale and Ryan Smith. “Everyone raves about how great he (Gutsche) is, so to actually see it firsthand will be good to see how he goes about his batting,” Deren said. The two new inclusions will make up for the loss of key batsman Sam Hoffmann, who has moved out of the reigon and leading wicket taker Sean Reilly, who will play district cricket for the majority of the season.

■ READY: Loxton recruits Jake Albrecht (left) and Josh Deren are looking forward to playing with a talented but young A grade team this season. Photo: JANE WILSON

Scouts’ eye soccer talent By CALLUM TRIFONOFF

■ GIRL POWER: (From left) talented Gemma Tuhoro, Alyssa Knight and Abbey Wilson will be part of the state country under 13 girls’ soccer team to play in Adelaide next weekend. Photo: JANE WILSON

■ RACING: Colbey Lueth was part of the Loxton North Primary School Nitro Grapz Pedal Prix team competing in the 24 hour endurance race, in Murray Bridge, over the weekend.

FIVE skillful Riverland girls will be watched by talent scouts when they represent South Australia at state country level next weekend. After impressive seasons in the Riverland Soccer Association, Loxton United’s Gemma Tuhoro and Abbey Wilson and Berri’s Alyssa Knight will travel to Adelaide next week as part of the state country under 13s to play four Adelaide metro teams.

Renmark Olympic’s Pirrie Weeks and Kendal Jenner will take part in the under 14 side. After a successful experience at the SA Country Junior Soccer Championships in Broken Hill, the quintet were selected to play soccer against some of Adelaide’s finest young girls. The under 13 girls’ Riverland junior soccer coach Caroline Tuhoro said she was proud of the girls’ achievements. “To go down to play

Schools to host cricket clinics

Christian schools’ sports day


■ BATTER UP: Getting ready to take a swing in the t-ball event is Madison Arthur, from St Albert’s Catholic School.

■ CHAMPIONS: Loxton North Netball Club A1 runner-up Karina Tschirpig (left) with best and fairest winner Lisa Koehne, playfully showing off their awards. Photo: SUPPLIED

■ CONCENTRATION: Taylan Dowell, from St Joseph’s Renmark, weaves her magic in a hockey relay at the interschool sports day for the Riverland Christian schools, held at Glassey Park, Berri, last week. Photos: ZOE WATSON

■ RIGHT: St Joseph’s Barmera Year R-3 students play tunnel ball as part of the sports day events.

against Adelaide metro teams is fantastic,” Ms Tuhoro said. “There will be scouts watching the four games looking for players for academy teams so it’s a great opportunity for them.” Ms Tuhoro said the achievements puts women’s soccer firmly on the map in the Riverland. “The level has definitely improved in the Riverland,” she said. “Hopefully in the next few years it will continue to get stronger and stronger.”

PRIMARY schools around the Riverland will be bowled over this week with the MILO in2CRICKET clinic beginning in the region. After success last year, the clinic is again targeting young cricket players to embrace the sport. MILO in2CRICKET manager Alice Johnswood said the clinics had a big impact on Riverland primary school students, skillwise and socially. “The clinics help the kids learn life skills which is important,” Ms Johnswood said. “It keeps them active and it promotes cricket to everyone, boys and girls.”

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Loxton asserts dominance by claiming A grade hockey men’s and women’s titles

Double premiership delight By CALLUM TRIFONOFF LOXTON’S supremacy in A grade hockey was demonstrated during the weekend’s Riverland Hockey Association grand finals when both the men’s and women’s teams won premierships. It is the first time since the 1990s the sides have won the flag in the same year. The achievement was the perfect way to finish an undefeated A grade women’s season, according to Loxton A grade women’s coach B.J. Hammerstein. The association’s best and fairest was judged best-on-ground in her team’s 3-2 win over Renmark and said the club’s double success was well deserved. “It’s fantastic for the club,” she said. “In our game, it was a real team effort. “A lot of the young ones really stepped up, like Steph Baird, Eloise Hampel and Tara Allister, they all performed well.” It was a lot of hard work and dedication that led Hammerstein and her team to premiership glory. “For me, the premiership has been 12 months in the making, not just four or six months,” she said. “Being a playing-coach you get a lot closer to the team and that helped us.” Hammerstein is targeting a consecutive premiership next season. Meanwhile, a hat-trick from best-on-ground Sean Burgess helped the Loxton A grade men’s team to a thrilling 4-3 win over Waikerie. Loxton held off a late flurry of Waikerie shots off to record the victory and coach Kelvin Burgemeister was a relieved man when the final whistle sounded. “It was very rewarding,” Burge-

meister said. “It’s been a long time between drinks for the club (to record both A grade successes).” Burgemeister praised Burgess’ efforts, as well as several other players who performed admirably. “(Burgess) had a terrific game, he definitely deserved the beston-ground award,” he said. “The likes of Aaron Evans and Jay Fforde were also superb for us.” The premiership successes follow Loxton’s B men and under 18 men’s teams also claiming premiership spoils. Loxton is in a strong position to continue its winning form into next season, according to Burgemeister. “It’s quite a sign,” he said. “Both sides had a fair few juniors and it shows we have reasonable strength.” In other hockey grand finals, Berri were victorious in B womens, Waikerie won the women’s under 18, Renmark claimed the boys’ and girls’ under 15 titles and Renmark also claimed the mixed under 12 premiership.

■ VICTORS: Riverland Hockey Association A grade men’s premiers (above) and the A grade women’s winners (below) topped off a successful day of grand finals for Loxton. Photos: TIM SCHUBERT

■ HIT: Loxton’s Zac Schubert attempts to hit the ball away during the A grade men’s grand final at the weekend.

Record triple win in local soccer ■ From Page 32 “I was a bit concerned the ball wouldn’t go in the net like against Berri at Loxton (during the season),” Barber said. “Three minutes before half-time was nervewracking because we ran out of energy. “At half-time, we re-energised, everyone stepped up and did what they were asked...and we came home with three trophies.” Barber, who has coached Barmera United to success in several grades, said the treble win feels like he has reached “the top of Mount Everest”. The Top Four Cup win was also the perfect end to Geordie Franks’ sporting season, after tasting premiership success with Loxton North in the Riverland Football League only one week earlier. Scoring one of the ‘goals of the season’ to secure the treble for Dev Estate, Franks said he was proud of his best-a-field effort. “It’s a good feeling,” he said.

“Winning’s always the best. “It’s been pretty much the perfect year for me and it’s great for the club.” Franks admitted there was an element of luck to his goal on Sunday but maintained it was still one of his better goals he has scored, especially having kicked it with his opposite foot. “Hayward had a cracker of a shot that should’ve gone in and the keeper saved it,” he said. “It was going out for a corner and I just tried to keep it in and it rolled in (to) the goals.” Meanwhile, Berri River Rangers took out the open

■ NUMBER ONE: Barmera Dev Estates won the Top Four Cup in the men’s Riverland soccer competition at the weekend.

girls’ Top Four Cup win after upsetting premier Renmark Olympic 2-1. The Rangers came from behind to take the cup after Morgan Pfitzner had put Olympic in front in the 10th minute. Marnie Stewart’s deflected shot equalised for Berri before Staci Pront found the winner soon after. Some tireless defending from key returning player Stacey Gwiazda and Alyssa Knight and great midfield work from Ebony-Rose Hoffmann, from Berri, in the second half, secured

the win. Berri coach Dave Gregoric was thrilled with his side’s second half defensive work, “Renmark pushed hard and were looking for that equalising goal in the second half but they didn’t get it,” Gregoric said. “It was a hard fought win in a tight, entertaining game.” Meanwhile, Berri won the under 16 Top Four Cup final, Barmera won the under 13 division one cup final and Berri won the division two cup final.

Riverland soccer medal unpredictable By CALLUM TRIFONOFF PICKING a winner for the Steve Poutakidis Medal for the best Riverland Soccer Association player, in the men’s competition, is not an easy task. Last year’s winner, Loxton United’s Mark Kershaw, was a surprise, despite the player-coach having a superb season. A winner could come from almost anywhere with treble winner Barmera Dev Estate likely to have a player amongst the top placings. In a superb season in which he was awarded the golden boot through a midfield role, Dev Estate’s Anthony Ielasi could find himself with another best and fairest win, repeating his 2008 success when he also won both awards. However, Dev Estate’s inspirational captain Kyle Lehman has had his best season to date, even ahead of 2009, when he finished second in the award. From Renmark Olympic, few have been better than teenage goalkeeper Nick Rassias who rarely had a bad game this season. Olympic captain Kyle Collinson could be his biggest challenger, while Daniel Clark should poll well. Last season’s runner-up, Berri’s Steve Atkinson, has had another stellar campaign, as has team-mate Chris Miller.

Despite winning just two games, Barmera Gold has several players who could poll well, especially 14-year-old star Josh Ekisa and veteran Nick Tsakarellos. Due to injury, Kershaw will not be amongst the high vote getters for Loxton but team-mates Nathan Brown and Joel Mannix will be the Tigers’ favourites. The soccer association’s presentation night is being held tomorrow night in Berri.

Trif’s Poutakidis Market Kyle Lehman – Barmera Dev Estate: $4 Nick Rassias – Renmark Olympic: $5 Anthony Ielasi – Barmera Dev Estate: $6.50 Kevin Barber Jnr – Barmera Dev Estate: $7 Kyle Collinson – Renmark Olympic: $8 Steve Atkinson – Berri River Rangers: $8 Chris Miller – Berri River Rangers: $9 Daniel Clark – Renmark Olympic: $11 Geordie Franks – Barmera Dev Estate: $12 Josh Ekisa – Barmera Gold: $15 Nathan Brown – Loxton United: $15 Joel Mannix – Loxton United $17

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Life honour for umpires

The general takes home Mindarie-Halidon Cup THE outstanding nomination for last Sunday’s annual Mindarie Halidon race meeting must surely have concerned choosing the day itself. Sandwiching a perfect afternoon between a Saturday and Monday of weather shockers was very fortunate indeed and some 2000 people took advantage of the conditions to enjoy another ‘Melbourne Cup of the Mallee’. The Cup itself was a very open betting race but was finally won by experienced campaigner General Mackjosh (8/1), trained in the South East by Wayne Walters and ridden by his daughter Kate. The father and daughter combination was in the action earlier in race four when Tikona (10/1) was first to the judge. Second in the Cup was Taste of Energy (7/1) and third, local hope and another veteran, Merlot Now (12/1), trained at Karoonda by Darryl Hewitt. Race favourite Bergstrom ($3.80) finished fifth. Hewitt also had Cruz’n Now run third in the previous race. The seven event program in its 91st running of this unique, once-a-year meeting, offered over $60,000 in prize-money. There was also plenty of entertainment with a large crowd enjoying a well entered fashions on the field parade. An increased number of marquees full of spectators and punters also added to the atmosphere, with the track in top order.

THE Riverland Football League Umpires Association inducted Don Miller and David Dunhill as life members at its annual presentation dinner recently. Don began umpiring in the early 1960s and up until his retirement in 1977, officiated in some 450 matches from colts to senior level. For a time, he coached the local panel and in the RFL’s recent centenary year, was named as one of twelve ‘Umpires of the Century’. David remains a great supporter of today’s panel after he himself served as an umpire from 1960 to 1976, with the last three seasons waving the goal flags. He now holds the unique honour of being a life member of the RFLUA and the RFL itself where he has made an outstanding contribution in many areas for many years. For various reasons, umpiring has been in the local news in the season gone, arguably in record breaking proportions. Perhaps the most asked questions from all quarters would have been “why do you umpire, only a masochist could possibly want to umpire, how do you put up with all the abuse?” Greg Cudmore, an AFLQ football umpiring coach for ten years, who officiated in his 604th and final game on Phillip Island on Easter Saturday, was obviously well quali-

fied to respond to that question. He says in part “it is only as an insider that you can really understand why we do it”. “Those that are initiated into umpiring, quickly learn that abusing officials is part of our larrikin Australian culture. “Recent campaigns to encourage players, coaches, and supporters to respect the umpire are welcome but the reality is that for every decision we make, half the crowd will be unhappy and express it loudly.” Cudmore talks of umpiring as a character builder as participants face enormous challenges and responsibility. He talks of another challenge, the challenge of retaining umpires and of gaining new ones, suggesting a promotion of umpiring in schools. Also, he compares “the ambitious young guns who want to hold the ball aloft on grand final day at the MCG” and the “vast majority of umpires at grassroots level who do not aspire to such heights”. He feels mixing those two types of cultures at training can be offputting to both groups and drive them away. The experienced Cudmore certainly has some interesting views. “The vast majority of umpires, of course, simply want to enjoy what they are doing and amongst other

■ LIFE MEMBER: David Dunhill was recently honoured with life membership to the Riverland Football League Umpires Association and (inset) David in hisearlier umpiring days. Photo: BRAD PERRY things, the mateship,” he said. “They are not into rigorous benchmarks, time trials and skin fold tests.” “They are perhaps even less interested in exhaustive criticism from observers or coaches who strain to find as many things wrong as they can in an afternoon. “Of course we want our umpires to improve, to take umpiring seriously and take pride in their performances, however, I doubt we will achieve that by inflicting a watered down version of the processes of the elite squads on these umpires. “By focussing on performance indicators and outcomes, an um-

pire could easily conclude that they have failed if they do not get a grand final. “Umpires coaches and administrators must create a culture where the experience of umpiring is the thing.” In his career, Cudmore said it was about doing his best, enjoying training, being part of the panel, being paid for running around in the fresh air, keeping fit and the challenge of never quite getting it right. “Only an insider can experience the addiction of umpiring and how difficult it is to call it a day,” he concluded.

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MALCOLM Jinks of Waikerie Gliding Club fame has three Riverland Sportsperson of the Year awards to his credit. In 1966 he tied with Malcolm Hill (football/ cricket) and he was the winner for the following year and for 1975/76. Malcolm, who still lives in Waikerie, has been out of the sport competitively for some years but during a chat on Monday, he said that he still enjoys a flight from time to time. “I have taken up fishing,” he said. According to people in the gliding fraternity, Jinks’ outstanding achievements from Waikerie to the world stage put him right up amongst Australia’s best, right from his teenage years. In fact, in 1964/65 he won his first title at the Australian national championships and in the following two years, made it three in a row. Those initial titles were in standard class but from then until 1983, he won a further ten national championships, giving him thirteen in all, including eight in open class. Open class was the elite level of the time, with no restrictions and bigger

wing spans. Malcolm was also chosen to represent Australia in world championships on six occasions. In 1965 he was in the team as the youngest competitor amongst all nations, in England, operating in standard class but thereafter, was in open class in Poland (1968), Texas USA (1970), Yugoslavia (1972), Finland (1976) and France (1978).

One day my mother came to me and asked whether I wanted to join her on...a flight.

He, in fact, celebrated his 21st birthday during that first appearance in the UK. He recalls winning on several days, flying at that top level. On January 31, 1975 at his home club, Malcolm set a world speed record of 140.33 kilometres per hour in an open, single seat glider over a 500 kilometres

triangular course. Malcolm explains that he was fortunate to receive assistance with costs like airfares to attend the world events as a member of the Australian team, as if he had been required to pay his own way, the expense in those days would have been prohibitive. “I was extremely lucky,” he said. I asked him how he actually got into gliding as a sport. “We lived only two or three kilometres from the Waikerie Gliding Club,” he said. “One day my mother came to me and asked whether I wanted to join her on a ten shilling flight the club had advertised.” “Anyhow, in the end, Mum chickened out and did not get up in a glider until some years later but it left me to take the flight, even though I was petrified”. “The rest is history, I loved it and was soon hooked.” And he became a champion. Malcolm Jinks is a modest man but another with definite claims when we are talking about the Riverland’s ‘best ever’ sports people.

Thursday September 22, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 31 “It’s (a strike) a possibility. I know from speaking to some players they’re not afraid of doing that (striking),” ~ Andy Murray.


The number of votes compiled by Riverland Superdogs best and fairest Rick Frahn.

Frahn is top Superdog OUR MASTERS Australian football club, Riverland Superdogs, held their annual Dog Tag presentation night at the Lyrup Community Club last Friday night with 70 people getting along to acknowledge the 2011 award winners. The best and fairest Dog Tag voting was headed by Rick ‘Haystack’ Frahn, 35 votes, followed by Ken ‘Baker’ Karpany, 26, and coach Shane ‘Rowdy’ Healy, 22. Versatile Frahn alternated between the midfield and fullback in his outstanding 2011 season and his understanding with Karpany in and around the ‘engine room’ often made a mockery of the pair’s veteran status. It was also worthwhile noting that both Karpany and Healy had gained their votes after backing up from an Independent game with Lyrup the day before. A patent on their recovery secrets, surely? Former coach Darren Tieste won the most consistent award. The most dedicated/club man went to Chris Thompson and best first year player to Jason Trew. Club president Lance Gum took home the coach’s award. Life memberships, acknowledging ten years of service, went to Peter Hoffmann, Sid Norton and Ron Foulds. The club will now embark

on a ‘mystery destination’ end of season trip. Could it be to Clare again, as I can recall a number of Superdogs over the years thinking what happened on those away trips to the Mid North was a bit of a mystery?

■ WINNER: Riverland Superdogs’ Rick Frahn (centre) was named the club’s best and fairest at Lyrup last week. He is pictured with club president Lance Gum (left) and Peter Hoffmann. Photos: SUPPLIED ■ IMPRESSED: Superdog coach Shane Healy (left) with the winner of this year’s coach’s award Lance Gum. While (below) Bernie Hoffmann (left) and Lance Gum (right) with best and fairest runner-up Ken Karpany.

■ AWARD: The best first year players for the Riverland Superdogs were Sam Ingerson and Jason Trew.

■ FUTURE: A new cricket competition is being considered to cater for upper primary school aged children. Photo: FILE

“For the future of the game in this region, it seems absolutely necessary that we fill in that gap, ideally without interfering with other sports too much and simply providing another option for our kids to play.” Some concern has been raised in recent years that a number of people involved in running local cricket across the board have developed a culture not to play

the game outside of ‘traditional’ Saturday time-slots. “I hope those personal views do not prevent us playing our primary cricket on, say, Sunday mornings or in twilight situations,” the spokesman said. “I feel we can get enough people to help and perhaps create a family situation like the Milo mornings.” “These alternative times

would give boys and girls from sports like tennis, baseball and softball, the opportunity to have a go at cricket as well,” he added. While the new competition would be about playing the game, organisers would still make arrangements for quality coaching to be available for those attending. Initially, to gauge interest in the proposal for any new primary age program, a registration day will be held at the Berri No 2 oval on Sunday, October 23 at 9am. In the meantime, any enquiries can be made with Todd Charlton or Matthew Clifford on 8582 3899.

Local tennis players embark on be active Foundation Cup TENNIS racquets have been quickly dusted off by a group of local juniors only days after they completed hectic seasons in winter sports. Alicia Shotton (Berri), Tianne Adamczyk, Jamie Jaensch and Shenae Rucioch (Renmark) will form the Riverland girls team and Steve Burton, Brodie Kollmann, Murray Burton (Cobdogla) and William Koskinas (Barmera) the boys, at the be active Foundation Cup in Port Lincoln early next month. Sunday, October 2 will involve coaching sessions, Monday and Tuesday, individual competitions and Wednesday and Thursday, teams events. Local coach Mike Horsman will travel with the squad for the twelfth year in a row. By the way, Mike is looking for a bus suitable for the

trip and is anxious to hear from anyone who may be able to help by having them contact him on 0419 030 566. . He explains that his budget is limited but he does hold a license to drive the vehicle himself. His number All of the girls involved in the team bound for Port Lincoln have been prominent playing netball in 2011 while it has been football for the four boys. Alicia has consistently been amongst the best players for the Berri under 15 C2 team that reached the semi-finals. Tianne, Jamie and Shenae were all members of the Renmark under 15 B2 team that won the 2011 premiership, with Shenae named best on court. She also finished runner-up

Paringa wins eight-ball title MINOR premiers in Riverland eightball went on to win the 2011 premierships with the teams that finished second, losing their second semi-finals. Renmark Bad Boys in division one, Moorook Club in division two and Berri United in three, all left the title race in straight sets after gaining a double chance for the finals. Mind you, in division one, Bad Boys lost their preliminary final 10-9 after a playoff was necessary against Cobby Blue and in division two, Moorook Club went down by a whisker, 8-7, to Renmark Club. In the grand final at top level, Paringa Hotel, comprising Mick Rice, Neil Lemmey, Mick Papandrea, Andrew Mitton and Bruce Knight, defeated Cobby Blue, 8-6. Division two saw Barmera Hotel (Steve Stavrou, Peter Beech, Ginny Beech, Chris Neilson, Collis Marrett and Steve Alexander) win the grand final, 8-3, against Renmark Club and in division three, Lyrup Club won a tight contest, 8-7, over Cobby Eagles. Lyrup Club’s team involved Gloria Dyer, Kath Michael, Ross Ainsworth, Keith Flentjar, Sharon Nattrass and Cass Munro.

New boats for rowing club

New competition may answer junior cricket concerns THERE has been growing concern across the region about the absence of junior cricket for primary school aged children from years four to seven. The Milo program is being provided for the younger age group but in many centres there is a gap until the local under 14 competition cuts in. As a result, it is feared many children are being lost to the game so moves are afoot to reinstate previous primary aged sessions in some towns, while a new competition is being considered to cater for the Barmera, Cobdogla, Monash and Berri area in particular, although individuals/teams would be welcome from across the Riverland. A spokesman for the organisers said “we are finding that as boys and girls are getting towards the top of the Milo age range, they are looking to play ‘real cricket’ but most are not ready for under 14s so there is nowhere for them to go”.


in the association best and fairest award for the division. All four boys have also done well playing in BarmeraMonash’s under 13 premiership football team. Steve, the team captain, was high in the Roos’ best player list in the grand final, kicking four goals. He finished runner-up in the RJFL best and fairest voting and also in the goal kicking. Brodie, who won that goal kicking trophy, was named best afield in the final. While in Lincoln the versatile youngsters will also get the opportunity to go swimming with tuna and on seafood walks. Meanwhile, this week around eight local primary schools are benefitting from a visit by Anne-Marie Handtke, the Ten-

nis SA coordinator of the Hot Shots program. Tennis Hot Shots is Tennis Australia’s official starter program for children aged 10 and under. Through the use of scaled court sizes and low compression balls, youngsters learn to serve, rally and score in a game that is appropriate to their developmental needs. It also leads those involved to meeting new friends, having fun and staying healthy on the way to graduating to a full size court through the Learning to Play pathway. Also during this Riverland visit, a demonstration/instruction session will be delivered to interested locals so that the work of the Hot Shots program can be available here on an ongoing basis.

A Club One grant of $5500 has enabled the Berri Rowing Club to purchase two new boats. The Club One Program supports projects that benefit an entire sport or active recreation by increasing opportunities for participation. To that end it can provide assistance for the purchase of equipment and resources. In the past 18 months, over $100,000 has been allocated to clubs and associations. The Berri Rowing Club has purchased a sweep oar four which will be used to coach beginner rowers from the Glossop High School and a single scull for competition racing.

Bonney yacht regatta begins BARMERA’S Lake Bonney Yacht Club will hold its opening day regatta program on Saturday and Sunday, October 1 and 2. Two races will be held on day one, back-to-back from 1pm and another two on Sunday, the first at 9.30am and second at noon. All facilities will be operating with lunches, a canteen and bar plus a club tea at 6.30pm on Saturday and presentations after the final race on Sunday. For further details, contact club commodore Mark Pfennig on 0402 087 650, Steve Thomas on 8588 8005 or Peter Dunk on 0439 335 781. Regattas of this type are bookends for the Lake Bonney season as from the long weekend in October, club racing will be held each Saturday until the closing regatta at Easter. From November, each Saturday morning, the popular sail training will be held, providing an ideal situation for juniors to try the sport. The LBYC was formed following a public meeting way back in March 1946. The excellent clubrooms of today have been developed from a building purchased in 1947 that had originally been a pumping station and later a powerhouse.

Stevens takes cycling honours LEE Stevens has taken out his third Riverland Cycling Championship on end giving him four in all after his first win in 2005. He left no doubt in grabbing the 2011 title as he won all three races of the championship series, over two weekends; a 50 kilometre road race, individual time trial and 45 minute criterium. There was no doubt about the minor placings either as in every race Angus Boase and Steve Jaensch finished behind the champion. Fourth overall was Peter Burr, fifth Lee Rasheed and sixth, Peter Weston. A new season starts at Lake Bonney on Sunday, October 9, followed by the opening of the summer criterium series on the following Tuesday.



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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Issue No. 196

Recruits ready to hit comp for six

Loxton dominates hockey finals


■ NEW TIGERS: Loxton Cricket Club recruits Jake Albrecht (left) and Josh Deren are looking forward to helping take the A grade to another shot at a premiership. Full story, Page 28. Photo: JANE WILSON

the weekend. Martin Barber had the ball rolling for Dev Estate with a tap-in during the 36th minute before player of the final Geordie Franks scored the sealer late in the second half. Dev Estate bombarded Olympic’s goal for the majority of the match and shots from Franks, golden boot winner Anthony Ielasi and Ryan Hayward were denied by young goalkeeper Nick Rassias. Missed opportunities from Dev Estate had coach Kevin Barber Snr worried early but he kept his faith in the side. ■ Continued Page 29

By CALLUM TRIFONOFF BARMERA Dev Estate capped off a stunning season by winning all three major trophies for the first time in Riverland Soccer Association history. The team finished the season the way it started with a resounding 2-0 win over Renmark Olympic to claim the Top Four Cup on Sunday. Barmera Dev Estate’s season began with success in the Riverland’s inaugural Pre Season Cup in April, before losing just twice in the major season to win backto-back premierships, completing the clean sweep on 9

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Issue 196 September 22 2011