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United we stand South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has assured the Riverland community he will fight for their rights in the Murray Darling Basin Plan. Full story Page 3

■ AGENDA: Premier Jay Weatherill discusses the Murray Darling Basin Plan with South Australian Fresh Fruit Growers Association’s Tim Grieger (right) and Central Irrigation Trust chief executive officer Gavin McMahon following Tuesday night’s public meeting at the Berri Town Hall Photo: BRAD PERRY

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Loxton residents angered by a lack of consultation on PATS changes

By BRAD PERRY RIVERLANDERS would have turned out in droves if meetings in the region to discuss changes to the Patient Assistance Transport Scheme (PATS) were properly advertised, a local resident believes. Instead less than 100 people

attended four meetings across the region including at Berri and Loxton last week, where residents were told they would receive around $10 less in subsidies per trip under changes to distance calculations. Loxton and Districts Health Advisory Council presiding

member Sally Goode said the extra cost burden “heightens the inequity of access” in the region. “The overall effect of people living in Loxton is that instead of receiving a contribution of $50 to travel down to Adelaide and back to see specialists, they will only be getting $40,”

she said. “Country Health is trying to have more specialists on the ground, so to speak, but the fact is that hasn’t happened yet, it’s not going to happen in the next few weeks or few months and it just seems a shame to me that they now put another

cost on people travelling to Adelaide. “I will be speaking with members of the community and I will make sure that the minister (for Health) is aware of the community’s concern. ■ Continued Page 4


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PATS changes infuriate residents RIVERLAND residents are furious at changes made to the Patient Assistance Transport Scheme and rightly so. Not only will residents in areas such as Loxton receive less contributions to their medical travels but the way in which they found out was less than satisfactory. Meetings were held across the Riverland last week but residents claim they were not advertised. The feeling at the meetings was residents were there to be told what was happening and the State Government was not listening to the concerns of the residents. The State Government is saying the PATS subsidy change is due to updating of the distance calculator. The copy of the new route given to those people at the Loxton meeting is confusing at best. Information I received shows the most direct route to Adelaide from Loxton under the PATS scheme as going through Swan Reach and several other unusual roads over 221.25 kilometres. A bumpy ride for someone who is sick and travelling to Adelaide.

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A total of $102,519 is unclaimed in the Riverland as part of a record $636 million across Australia. Ms Rickard said it is concerning in the current economic climate that there is a significant pool of money unclaimed. “I think it is always concerning that people don’t have access to the money, which is one of the reasons why we go to a lot of trouble to find people and to promote this and encourage people to do the search,” she said. “There’s nearly one million

Fast food giant still on the menu By BRAD PERRY RUMOURS that a major fast food franchise has purchased land in Berri are unfounded, according to the Berri Barmera Council. For a number of years the local council has been in talks with Hungry Jack’s about establishing a store in the Riverland, with the business previously looking at land in Berri. The fast food giant has received overwhelming support from locals with more than 1000 people joining two fan pages on Facebook supporting the move. However, Berri Barmera Council chief executive officer David Beaton said council continues to liaise with Hungry Jack’s and discussions are still taking place about the company’s interest in the region. “We’re still looking at those sort of things but it depends a lot on their budget as

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A POOL of more than $100,000 sitting in unused bank accounts, old life insurance policies and share dividends has been left unclaimed in the Riverland. The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is urging locals to see if they are entitled to the unclaimed funds, which spreads over 164 records. ASIC senior leader for financial literacy, consumers Delia Rickard said there are a number of reasons money goes

unclaimed. “Often it is from bank accounts where there has been no activity on the bank account for seven years and the bank can’t find you,” she told the Riverland Weekly. “It could come through from a life insurance policy that has matured and they can’t find you or often it’s company’s money.” The money may have also accumulated if a person has moved without leaving a forwarding address, or if someone was an executor of a deceased estate.

■ HUNGRY: Fast food chain Hungry Jack’s has not purchased a property in Berri but is instead still in talks with the local council. well,” he said. Mr Beaton said having an iconic fast food brand in Berri would be a major drawcard. “I think it is just one of those iconic ones and not necessarily the food that people want to eat everyday but it does attract the eye of

a tourist to make sure they do come into our town,” Mr Beaton said. “Whether they go to Hungry Jack’s or not, it’s just one of those iconic brands that helps people identify that it is a reasonable sized town and worthy of a visit.”

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Using speedster’s legacy

■ HISTORY: Blue Bird Cafe owner Eddie Howarth at a plaque commemorating famous racer Donald Campbell’s water speed record attempt at Lake Bonnney and (inset) the speedster’s boat.

Less reports, more action By BRAD PERRY EARLY findings from the State Government’s flood taskforce inquiry have not been made available to the Renmark Paringa Council as it seeks funding to repair its ailing levee banks. The council has also not been given a report prepared by the Local Government Association on South Australia’s current flood management systems, despite city media stating the report had been issued to councils in flood prone-areas. Renmark Paringa Council Mayor Neil Martinson said funding applications to assist repairing old levee banks in the district was submitted to both state and federal governments last month. “We’ve put in an application to do some other preliminary work and we are waiting on that,” Mr Martinson said. “It’s important for the future management of the flooding situation to get those banks upgraded to be able to withstand a reasonable high river.” Mr Martinson said he would prefer to see physical activity to help prevent flooding, rather than reports. “We keep having enquiries, which means more reports, which means it is costing money anyway,” he said. “You would much prefer to see ground works done than further reports and those sorts of things.”

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BLUE Bird Cafe owner Eddie Howarth has a number of ideas to help increase tourism numbers in the Riverland but his biggest hurdle is funding. The historic Barmera cafe, which incorporates the shed where English speedster Donald Campbell housed his impressive craft, has been severely impacted by the lack of tourist numbers to Lake Bonney. After purchasing the cafe eight years ago, Mr Howarth approached the then Riverland Development Corporation with an idea to build a full size replica of Mr Campbell’s boat, which unsuccesfully attempted to break the world water speed record on Lake Bonney in 1964. The replica would be housed next to the cafe in a

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BRAD PERRY glass museum. However, Mr Howarth said his idea created little interest within state and local government ranks and his plans were shelved. With an increasing number of overseas tourists visiting the cafe to see the site of Mr Cambpell’s world record attempt, Mr Howarth said a replica of the boat would be just the attraction Barmera needs. “People walk in and don’t realise that it’s called the Blue Bird Cafe until they see the photographs down there of the Blue Bird and then it clicks,”

he said. “We get more interest from tourists from overseas. “They actually come here purposely to see the actual boat shed and pictures. “It’s sort of on their itinerary, they make a point of stopping where Donald Campbell did his records.” When asked why Mr Howarth has not applied to the $20 million Riverland Sustainable Futures Fund so his ideas could come to fruition, he said like many other small businesses in the region, the fund is not easy to apply to. “Who do I contact?” he said. “I’ve never applied for a fund in my life, so I wouldn’t know where to start.” A lack of funding has also

stalled renovations at the lake based cafe, where Mr Howarth envisaged decking with water views and glassed eating areas. “In eight years, we’ve only managed to get to stage three,” he said. Mr Howarth suggested the State Government could offer the $20 million Futures Fund in loans to boost small businesses and help them grow. “Even if there was some interest free funding that I could get it would be great,” he said. The Riverland must use its history to encourage more tourists to visit, according to Mr Howarth. “There is not even a sign on the highway to say Donald Campbell boat shed,” he said. “We don’t utilise the history we have got in the Riverland.”

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Premier vows to fight for the Riverland By BRAD PERRY SOUTH Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has vowed to fight for the Riverland with the release of the next instalment of the Murray Darling Basin Plan due next month. Just days after becoming Premier, Mr Weatherill and Water Minister Paul Caica visited the Riverland yesterday holding a public meeting in Berri on Tuesday night to discuss the Murray Darling Basin Plan. During the visit, the Premier and Water Minister also spoke to concerned parties and irrigators about the controversial plan. More than 100 residents attended the meeting where Mr Weatherill vowed to stand up for the region. “I am concerned that we are being asked to, as a state, share some of the burden of that adjustment in a way which is completely and utterly unfair,” he told those at the meeting. “I’m prepared to fight for you but one thing is absolutely certain, we have to have a unified position. “I simply am not going to stand by and have us punished for that (water efficiency) choice. “As a matter of self respect I don’t think any South Australian should put up with that.”

Mr Weatherill labelled the plan in its current form as “inadequate” and said South Australia should not be penalised for over allocation by upstream states. Several key Riverland figures agreed with Mr Weatherill, that a united approach in South Australia must be taken in response to the plan. “Unity is what we have to achieve,” Riverland Winegrape Growers’ Association chief executive Chris Byrne told Mr Weatherill during the meeting. “It’s probably important though that before the plan is released we have some idea of how we are going to achieve that unity before we start making any expressions of what we as individuals, or different groups think. “We don’t want to see the plan penalise the very irrigators who have been making the contributions, not one year but 10 years and beyond,” Vocal Cooltong irrigator Jack Papageorgiou added. Following the meeting, Mr Weatherill told the Riverland Weekly the State Government would not accept a basin plan that does not meet the main objectives of returning the river to a sustainable level of health. “We have a moral argument and we believe we have legal

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Barmera clinic unveils new rooms

Transport changes cause confusion

By CALLUM TRIFONOFF THE Barmera Medical Clinic’s new training rooms will be officially opened today and are set to boost student doctor skills within the Riverland. Funding of around $200,000, split between the Flinders University Rural Clinical School, a commonwealth government grant and the clinic, went towards the construction of the training rooms which are a welcome relief for Barmera medical manager Kym Bament. Mr Bament believes the rooms only enhance the levels of student and teaching skills within the clinic. “From a practice point of view and from a teaching point of view it gives us a lot more scope to train our students,” he said.

From a practice point of view it gives us a lot more scope to train our students.

“We can actually have a senior person sitting in a room where they can observe what takes place.” One of the benefiting factors of the rooms is the viewing area which offers more direct communication between a general practitioner and a student doctor. “(We will) have a structure where we’ve got a couple of consulting rooms and also a viewing area,” Mr Bament said. “A gp can actually sit in behind a oneway glass as a supervisor. “It actually allows the interaction between the patient and the student to be a one-on-one basis.” The proposal for training rooms came about after the clinic was approached by the Flinders University Rural Clinical School. Realising more room was needed to train student doctors, the clinic agreed to the proposal. “Flinders University Rural Clinical School in Renmark had approached us a little while ago about having additional students,” Mr Bament said. “We’ve often had one or two students but we we are finding with our doctor numbers increasing we were starting to run out of room. “We had some funding approved to build rooms for us, on the grounds that we supply them with training rooms for the Flinders University students.”

■ CONCERN: Loxton resident Jo Haywood and wife Coralie, pictured with Loxton and Districts HAC presiding member Sally Goode, have used the PATS system for over 30 years and believe the public should have been better informed about recent changes. Photo: BRAD PERRY

■ From Page 1 “The minister will be very well aware that these are changes that have been very sorely received by the residents.” The subsidy change is due to PATS distance calculators being updated with the introduction of GPS mapping data to calculate the distance required to be travelled. While the changes came into effect in July, Ms Goode said many residents will only find out about the subsidy drop when they check their bank statements. “I’m most concerned at the moment they haven’t been adequately explained to people, so there is a lot of resentment and anger because people don’t understand what’s happening,” Ms Goode said. Other changes to the PATS scheme include payment only via electronic funds transfer and trips to Adelaide will not be covered if a specialist in a certain field has

appointments in the Riverland. “I can understand why they need to do these cost saving measures but they also need to be aware that they are dealing with very vulnerable and often frail people who just do not understand this, they don’t have mobile phones, they don’t have computers,” Ms Goode said. “They are the people who, as I understand it, will not be getting any remittance advice, so they put in the form and they won’t know whether they’ve got the money until they get their bank. “I just think it is callous disregard for the most vulnerable users of the service. “One of the other problems is getting the money in advance. If you haven’t got the money for the petrol down to Adelaide and back, then you can’t go to Adelaide to see a specialist.” Loxton residents Jo and Coralie Haywood have used PATS for more than three decades and have also visited the same specialist in Adelaide

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for 10 years. “We were told the other night that if there is a specialist you’re referred to in the Riverland, you can go to that specialist but if you choose to go to a specialist of your choice and it’s in Adelaide, PATS won’t recognise it,” Mr Haywood said. “I’m still going to go to Adelaide and I’ll forgo the money.” While appreciative of the financial contribution provided by the State Government, Jo said he was disappointed the way the local PATS meetings last week were advertised. “It should have been advertised well and truly because I think a lot of people would have attended if they had known it was on,” he said. Mr Haywood also questioned the new PATS route from Loxton, which appears to be a rough ride. “If you are unwell in a car coming back from Adelaide...you don’t want to drive through the hills, you just want to drive on a smooth, comfortable road but it is not that way (with the new route),” he said. Country Health SA PATS director Nino DiSisto said the previous distance calculator used to formulate the subsidy was out of date and needed upgrading. “The subsidy rate paid to patients has not changed,” Mr

DiSisto said. “However some patients, including those in Loxton, may notice changes to their subsidy payments due to the updated distance calculator. “Under the previous system the distance was calculated using road maps from 1982, which did not take into account any new roads that were developed. “Improvements to PATS, announced in July 2011, included the introduction of up-todate GPS mapping data to calculate the distance needed to be travelled. “This amendment is part of the changes being introduced to make the PATS process transparent, efficient and consistent for the Riverland community, and for all South Australians.” Mr DiSisto said there is no evidence to suggest changes to subsidy payments have discouraged patients from applying and said the changes have been well publicised. “Changes to PATS have been communicated since July 2011 through local forums, posters in hospitals and direct marketing to the Hospital Advisory Councils across country South Australia,” he said. “Information about the changes was also sent to GP practice nurses and managers and non-government stakeholders such as Aboriginal health services.”

Councils show stance on wine tax By BRAD PERRY THE Riverland will strongly oppose a volumetric tax on wine at the Local Government Association annual general meeting starting tomorrow. The Berri Barmera Council will represent the Renmark Paringa and Loxton Waikerie councils at the two day event in Adelaide, where the region will emphasise its strong stance against the Henry tax report’s wine tax recommendation. While the Federal Government has previously said the tax would not be introduced, the public health lobby is pushing hard for

the tax, which would devastate the Riverland wine industry. The topic will be raised at the meeting after the issue was discussed during a Riverland forum where winery representatives said a volumetric tax will hit accessible wines hard resulting in a loss of jobs and will affect the local economy. Berri Barmera Council chief executive officer David Beaton said he will be re-emphasising the region’s position on the tax during the meeting. “Because of the wine that comes out of our region, a volumetric tax...would push up the price of the lower priced wine, so it would

have a devastating effect, the wine companies are saying, on places like the Riverland and Sunraysia,” he said. “The Federal Government treasurer previously said they are not thinking of doing it but there is some concern there is some other people lobbying for that sort of tax structure if there is a change in the tax scheme. “We want to make sure that the Federal Government and our Federal MPs from South Australia know that the local government association and councils in the state don’t support it.”


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Feature turns heads at Loxton

Civic Centre could host bank agency A BENDIGO Bank agency could be established at the Renmark Paringa Community and Civic Centre after the local council submitted an expression of interest. With the Renmark and Districts Community Bank Steering Committee continuing to receive strong support from residents, expressions of interest are being sought for an agency in the region. In a report to the Renmark Paringa Council, the benefits of having an agency in the council building were outlined. “Council has been provided previously with details of the benefits that can flow to a community that has a thriving Bendigo Bank

branch operating within its community, including 80 per cent profits being used to support community projects and events,� the report reads. “During the period when an agency is operating, the host of that agency receives remuneration based on the deposit balances of clients, number of transactions and for banking product sales.� When a Bendigo Bank branch is established, the agreement between council and the bank will cease if successful. The report stated the council currently has the resources to support hosting an agency at the Civic Centre.

Group incorporates to help Lake Bonney â– HEALTHY: Save Lake Bonney Group has become an incorporated body and is hoping to keep the lake healthy and vibrant.

■CONVERSATION STARTER: Engineer Rick Frankel and Loxton Centenary Feature Committee chairman Bert Haslam discuss the town’s newest tourist attraction, Counterbalance. Photo: BRAD PERRY By BRAD PERRY LOXTON’S Centenary Feature is attracting much interest from the Riverland community following its installation last week. The feature named Counterbalance is already turning heads and Loxton Centenary Feature Committee chairman Bert Haslam said the 11 metre high art piece is already fulfilling its aim. “We reckon there is something like 15,000 caravans that go straight through and past the roundabout,� he said. “If we can get 5000 to stop and they look and they then turn right down East Terrace and they spend $50 each...then it has paid for itself.� Comments about the Mill Corner

feature have been mixed to date, according to Mr Haslam. “The best one was‌how big is this? This isn’t Loxton, it’s awesome and things like that,â€? he said. “There has been a few criticisms, one, that the base should be around about road level and the other the tree‌but those criticisms will be minor once we get the landscaping in. “One of the first things we have to do is get the story of it by the artist up there so people can see what it is all about.â€? Landscaping around the feature will take place in the near future in time for the official opening currently scheduled for December 11, where the committee remains hopeful Premier Jay Weatherill will do the honours. Mr Haslam said there has been

Visitor centre move meeting By BRAD PERRY THE relocation of the Berri Visitor Information Centre appears even more likely with the Berri Barmera Council revealing keeping both facilities operating may be unviable. Members of council will meet at the information centre’s potential new home at Berri Direct on November 8. Berri Barmera Council chief executive officer David Beaton said the positives and negatives of the move must be weighed up but admitted the relocation of the centre to Berri Direct has more benefits than disadvantages. “I think they want to fully understand the costs and the implications of the move,� he said. Mr Beaton said if

■NEW HOME?: Berri Barmera Councillors will meet next month to discuss whether the current Berri Direct site is suitable as Berri’s visitor information centre. the visitor centre is relocated, there is likely to be some costs for the remodelling of the existing site with layout and parking to be two key issues to arise. “We’re paying an overhead and similar hours for two establishments,� he said.

“Both of them are open on a Saturday, both of them are open on Sunday and largely they are both servicing a similar sort of clientele. “It makes it difficult and one of the motivations is trying to reduce that cost.�

a large amount of community support from businesses, organisations and individuals to help construct the feature. “It’s been a great team effort with the committee I’ve got and also working with all the contractors and the artist,� he said. The feature will be unique to Loxton, according to Mr Haslam. “It’s something different,� he said. “You won’t see it anywhere else but not only that, it is Counterbalance and it reflects the resilience, the strength, the fighting capacity of the Loxton community.� Engineer Rick Frankel, who worked on the feature, said he was proud to be involved in the project. “I’m quite tickled with it actually,� he said.

Lameroo welcomes colourful ambulance THE Lameroo Ambulance Station has welcomed a new vehicle to its fleet. With bold green and yellow markings for increased visibility and a more comfortable interior, the new ambulance that arrived in August has been embraced by local ambulance officers. “It’s more visible on roads and safer for the crew and other drivers,� said SA Ambulance Service Lameroo volunteer team leader Kylz Willcox. The new Mercedes Sprinter 315 has also been designed to grip the road better. With smoother suspension it is improving the experience for sick and injured people. SA Ambulance Service Upper Murray/Mallee regional team leader John Barrett said beyond its colourful exterior the new vehicle hid several other features including efficient fuel consumption and a better interior layout. “The way the equipment is stowed is safer for the crew and patient,� he said.

SAVE Lake Bonney Group has become an incorporated body and will work with the Berri Barmera Council to ensure the lake’s future. It is understood Riverlanders will be invited to attend the group’s first general meeting in Barmera in December. The group, which will now be referred to as an association, has outlined a number of objects for Lake Bonney including to ensure that any type

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Barmera Library turns 50 By CALLUM TRIFONOFF LOCALS are being encouraged to attend Barmera Library's 50th birthday celebrations starting on Monday. The five-day event will pay homage to one of Barmera's best known icons, which for the past 50 years has kept up with the ever-changing technology trends. Team leader Peggy Germein believes the library is the heart of Barmera. “(The library is) still a really exciting place for people to go to,” she said. “The community makes the library great because we're in the main street, it’s easy to drop in when shopping and the children love to visit after school. “We've had lots of bookings for the celebrations so far.”

The focus of Tuesday's session will be with children and Mrs Germein said it will arguably be the biggest day of the week with an animal farm nursery available. “We've got the kindergarten coming and we've also got two classes from St Joseph's (School) Barmera coming as well,” she said. “We have our normal children's activities and baby rhyme

time and hope to have Mayor Peter Hunt as our celebrity library assistant sometime on Tuesday.” Celebrations are expected to be well supported with a scrapbooking session on Wednesday and a cake decorating session on Friday set to attract a large number of adults. The Barmera Men's Shed will be showing a promotional DVD on Thursday and other events will take place during the week.

■ HAPPY: Barmera Library’s (from left) Jodie Bannear, Peg Germein, Heather Webb and Sue Webber appear for birthday celebrations.

Milestone for St Catherine’s By CALLUM TRIFONOFF HAVING been an integral part of the Riverland for the past 50 years, St Catherine's Home celebrated its milestone on Monday. At the ceremony at the Berri Resort Hotel, St Catherine's recognised those people who have helped contribute to its long lasting success. St Catherine's paid tribute to Petticoat Lane and the Berri Lions Club, who have provided many volunteer hours to support the welfare of the nursing home. Mary MacKillop Care chief executive Marcia Fisher said she appreciates the community support and looks forward to many more years of aged care at St Catherine’s. “The good thing is the community owns it,” she said. “We get brilliant support from the community in every way. “The people appreciate it because they feel one day they may need to send a relative there to be looked after.”

■ RECOGNISED: Berri Lions Club’s Terry Kearney and Petticoat Lane’s Shirley Ingerson were recognised for contributions to St Catherine’s on Monday.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Successful issue CONGRATULATIONS to the Riverland Weekly for Thursday’s October 20 edition. There are so many articles included which concern the residents of our whole area. All of the towns depend on visitors. The newly formed tourist board Destination Riverland with new ideas hopefully will assist in bringing in much needed tourist dollars. After all, we all have so much to offer that other areas do not have. Our wines are some of the best in the world, likewise our citrus, our world famous rose gardens and our wonderful scenes. This edition also features tips on how to help reduce the risk of fire damage, maybe better transport in the future and a more organised health system. Sheila Hollingdrake, Renmark.

Enjoyable trip on the mighty Murray ON SUNDAY October 16, members of the Out & About Caravan Group from SA, boarded the Missy for a three-hour trip upstream on the mighty River Murray. We all headed off at 9.30pm and enjoyed an interesting commentary given by Trevor Charity as we cruised along the river. Two delightful ladies Jenny and Joan served tea, coffee, cakes and biscuits for morning tea. The captain Brian Smith then announced we would venture down the Pike River. This proved to be a beautiful scenic area and Trevor entertained us with his singing and playing of musical instruments, a piano accordion and a saxophone. The multi-talented Brian, even played the keyboard while steering the boat. The sing-along continued un-

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til we reached a log which stretched right across the Pike River. Brian announced that he had previously been there to assess the situation, so that it would be safe for our passage by the time we came along on Sunday. Unfortunately, the log had not submerged as Brian had hoped so we all alighted the boat to reduce the weight. We were happy to do this as it added to the amusement of the trip and it enabled us to take many photos from on the bank of the Pike River. Once back on board the Missy, we manoeuvred over and around many obstacles within the Pike River, whilst enjoying the scenery, the bird life and the hilarious commentary on board. The access out of the Pike River and back onto the Murray River was eventful to say the least. We then sang our way back along the River to Berri, during this time one of our members, Jenny, even joined Trevor to sing a duet. Some of our members were given musical instruments, sang and danced back and forth along the aisle of the boat to Trevor’s music. The lyrics were shown on screens, so even the songs we were not so familiar with (although there weren’t many) we were able to sing.

The choice of songs was most appropriate for the ages of the folk on board and the cruise was well tailored to our needs. We were actually on board for four and a half hours by the time we returned safely back to Berri to the immaculately maintained Riverside Caravan Park. A fun outing was had by all. Thank you to Brian and his crew

I, through your paper, let polio survivors know of Dr Nigel Quadros who is a rehabilitation specialist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Dr Quadros has a special interest in post polio syndrome and a heart for survivors who are experiencing the late effects of polio. A doctor’s referral is required.

Jenny Beer, Address supplied.

Lillian Mattner, Loxton.

Patrick says thanks I WOULD like to thank residents of the Riverland who turned out in great numbers to my listening posts on October 4, 2011. Getting out and meeting people face to face and hearing their concerns first hand is the best way to keep in touch with my electorate. Despite the hardships faced in the Riverland over the past several years, I found a great resilience and can-do attitude among the people I met. I thoroughly enjoy representing the people of the Riverland and am always here to assist you with any issues you have. If there is anything I can do to assist, please do not hesitate to contact me on 8582 4111. Patrick Secker, Member for Barker.

Polio awareness More than 4000 young people aged between 16 and 24 have been killed or seriously injured on South Australia’s roads in the last 10 years. To reduce road trauma among young drivers, these initiatives are being considered:

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Only one passenger under the age of 21 for the duration of P1* Ban on driving between midnight and 5am for the duration of P1* Raising the minimum age for a provisional licence from 17 to 18 years Extending the minimum provisional licence period from 2 to 3 years Disqualified drivers no longer required to go back a licence stage *exemptions would apply

For more information and to have your say, go to: sa.gov.au/towardszerotogether or call 1300 557 316 to obtain a copy of the discussion paper.

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Review of horticultural export regulation in Australia The Australian Government is reviewing the legislation that allows Horticulture Australia Limited to set conditions on the export of horticultural produce. An inter-departmental committee is conducting consultation to collect input into the review, which is being conducted by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES). Submissions are being sought from individuals, businesses and organisations with an interest in horticulture export. Submissions must be: – accompanied by a submission cover sheet – relevant to the terms of reference – lodged by 5pm on Friday 9 December 2011. For a copy of the terms of reference, as well as information on how to make a submission, visit www.daff.gov.au/hortexportreview or email horticulture.policy@daff.gov.au or write to Review of HAL export regulation powers c/- Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry PO Box 858 Canberra City ACT 2601

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Tailem Bend Primary’s centenary celebrations TAILEM Bend Primary School is celebrating 100 years of continuous Education this Friday and Saturday. An open day will be held on Friday with an official ceremony commencing at 11am. Activities will include the launching of a book titled Memories of Tailem Bend Primary School and the unveiling of the refurbished school bell. There will be numerous photos and enrolment registers on display. Festivities will continue on Saturday culminating with a cabaret in the evening. A warm welcome is extended to any interested persons. For more details, please ring the school on 8572 3266 or email info@ tailembdps.sa.edu.au Marie Flavel, Tailem Bend Primary School.


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Tying the Knot

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Here comes the bride Amy Cain: Husband: Matthew Where: Ceremony - private garden, Reception - Ramco Hall. Style: Ceremony - white and ivory; Reception - shabby chic, semi formal. Favourite moment: When Matthew and I were leaving the reception, everyone joined together to make an arch, we were able to thank everyone individually for coming and being apart of our special day. Biggest challenge: Cleaning up the reception the following morning. First Dance: Colbie Caillat by Bubbly.

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WHEN it comes to planning a wedding menu, there are a number of options to suit your style and budget. The type of wedding food you choose to serve will also depend on the time of day. The three common options for wedding food is a formal sit down dinner, buffet or BBQ or appetisers. A sit down dinner is an elegant choice for a formal wedding and is guaranteed to impress your guests. It is a luxurious option as your guests will be waited on and will not have to leave their tables. This also makes it a practical option if there is not much space in your venue to move around or you have guests with limited mobility. However, a sit down dinner can be very expensive. A buffet or BBQ is a more relaxed and laid back option for wedding food and is perfect for a less formal reception style such as a backyard wedding. With a buffet you can provide a wider range of foods to suit different tastes and guests can eat as much or as little as they like. A buffet is usually a cheaper option than a sit down dinner as there are not any waiters or waitresses to

PHOTOGRAPHY at weddings is continuing with ti i tto change h ith lless of the traditional posed pictures and more of black and white and candid shots.

EXTENDED WEDDINGS are now E seen on a regular basis with many couples planning the wedding to start on a Friday and run for a whole weekend.

DIFFERING THEMES are now present in almost every wedding. People are looking for ways to standout on their big day from fancy dress to a season related theme.

PERSONALISED VOWS are being used to express the couples’ love for each other during the ceremony. Phasing out is the traditional vows, being replaced by more heartfelt words.

pay and individual plates do not have to be prepared. It is also a sociable option as guests have no choice but to get up and mingle if they want to eat. On the downside, you might find the most popular dishes go first and the guests at the back of the queue are left with little choice. Do not feel obliged to provide your guests with a full meal if you are having a relatively short wedding reception, especially if it is in the evening. That is where serving hearty appetisers is a great alternative and works well with a cocktail party style reception. Wedding food often gets wasted as guests are too busy mingling, drinking and dancing to really do justice to it, so they will probably eat as much if you have appetisers as if you have a full dinner. Sourced from www.easyweddings.com.au â– Wedding food options and menu planning can be sourced in the Riverland through Salt and Pepper Catering.

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Americain tipped to win backto-back Melbourne Cups While the final Melbourne Cup field will not be announced until Sunday, BRAD PERRY, has a look at the horses with all the hype leading into Australian racing’s biggest day. Americain THE American-bred, French-trained stayer is being widely tipped to win consecutive cups. After stunning So You Think during last year’s Melbourne Cup, Americain has shown great form, winning the Moonee Valley Gold Cup at the Cox Plate on the weekend. The Alain de Royer-Dupre trained horse travelled to Australia for the first time last year, winning its maiden Australian run at the Geelong Cup before snaring the big prize in Melbourne. Could Americain become the fifth horse in 151 years to win the Melbourne Cup in successive years? A win would mean Americain will be the first since Makybe Diva to win backto-back Melbourne cups. From all reports, Americain is in better shape than last year and is unbeaten in three Australian starts. That is good form on Americain’s side.

Dunaden BEING tipped a hot favourite early can either be an omen or a confidence booster. An outstanding win at the Geelong Cup shot Dunaden into second favourite for the Melbourne Cup behind Americain. The French galloper finished strong

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and showed no matter how far behind, never write Dunaden off. During the 2400 metre Group 3 handicap race, Dunaden beat Tanby and place-getter Bauer in much the same fashion as Americain did before winning last yeaw’s Melbourne Cup. After the win, Dunaden’s early odds dropped from $21 to $9 and the odds continue to shorten today. In fact, in a 3000 metre group race at Longchamp this year, Dunaden defeated Americain. One feels this horse is getting better and better each time it races.

Precendence LEGENDARY trainer Bart Cummings already has a staggering 12 Melbourne Cups and considering Precedence has had good preparation, do not write it off.

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THE five-year-old has attracted enough interest ahead of the cup to label it one of the favourites. Lucas Cranach is just one of two horses attempting to make history by being the first to win Australian racing’s biggest prize. This horse has the abililty to win but there is doubts as to whether it can run the distance.

ONE of the early favourites when markets opened, Shamrocker is a sprinter, not a stayer.

Outside chances: Green Moon A NEWCASTLE Cup win and second place finish in the Caulfield Cup gives Green Moon good form leading into the major race.

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THIS Gai Waterhouse trained horse finished third at the Caulfield Cup and is certainly an outside chance.

Manighar BACK for another shot at the prestigious Melbourne Cup, Manighar may be more competitive after struggling to find its footing on the wet track last year. Trained by Luca Cumani, this horse put in an admiral performance at the Caulfield Cup.

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Taking a punt on cup may pay off for some By BRAD PERRY THE Melbourne Cup is certainly a race that stops the nation. When the horses leave the gates for the start of the cup, you are almost guaranteed the streets of the Riverland will be deserted with everyone glued to a television screen. The other thing you are almost guaranteed of, is the workplace sweepstakes. Normally the stakes are an out of the hat affair, meaning reading the form guide will not help you. However, there is also no doubt many locals will have a punt. It is very interesting the way people approach betting on the cup. There are some who study the form, the weight and overall career winnings. Then there are others who choose a horse because they

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BERRI PRIMARY SCHOOL CENTENARY

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official Berri centenary celebrations. The two day event will involve staff, students and the local community in helping acknowledge Berri Primary School’s success over 100 years. A fun day will be held for the students and staff of the school tomorrow, while Saturday is set to be the biggest day on the school’s calendar with an open day. “Our activity room will have some old memorabilia,� Berri Primary School services officer Renee Karpany said. “The library will have photos (on display).� Many students will be showing off their talents on Saturday with several classes performing dance routines, including colonial, Bollywood and may pole dancing. The Riverland Stage Band and the school choir will also perform on the day. Mrs Karpany is also hoping many past students will attend on Saturday to

see how much the school has grown and evolved over the years. “I think (past students will be) interested in seeing what they’re old school is like now,� she said. At 2pm on Saturday, the school will host its official ceremony with the unveiling of the centenary plaque and the contents of the 75th anniversary time capsule will be revealed. “Our (centenary) time capsule will be buried in the centenary garden,� Mrs Karpany added. The school will host its centenary dinner on Saturday night to be held at the Berri Resort Hotel. The dinner will consist of a three-course meal, entertainment and a complimentary glass of wine. Mrs Karpany said those involved in the school are honoured to be able to celebrate the centenary milestone for both the school and the town of Berri. “If everything goes

smoothly and we get good support from the community, it’ll make it an excellent day,� she said.

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Centenary merchandise TO celebrate Berri Primary School’s centenary, you can own a piece of history. Merchandise is on offer with the school’s centenary magazine set to attract much interest, available for $20. “Hopefully people will be interested in buying that as well,� Mrs Karpany said. The school is also offering clip fridge magnets, four gigabyte USBs, mouse mats, coffee mugs and key rings. Mrs Karpany said people can have their name set in history by purchasing a paver to be part of the school’s centenary garden. “You can get your name engraved (on the

BERRI Primary School has come a long way since it was founded in 1911. The school is currently home to two ovals, several classrooms, a pavilion and a large school-yard, with many additions over 100 years. “We’ve got quite a large site (with) new buildings,� Mrs Karpany said. “We’ve got a good mix of teachers and support staff.� Originally the school began in a tent before moving to a house near the Berri fire station. In recent times, Berri Primary School has seen a rise in student numbers adding 110 in the past two years, taking the total number of students at the school to 360.

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3EVENTEENTH3TREET Close to Shops, Schools etc s!TTRACTIVEBEDROOMHOME s$UCTED2#AIRCON LIVINGAREAS s%NSUITE GARAGE5-2 GOODSHED s3PACIOUSUNDERCOVEROUTDOORAREA Price: $285,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

4WENTYlRST3TREET Well Priced 4 Bedroom Home s1UIETNO THROUGHSTREET s!#ANDWOODGASHEATING s.ICEBATHROOMKITCHEN s4WOLIVINGAREAS New Price: $133,500 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Mark Cresp

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Price: $195,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Price: $440,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Price: $575,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Mark Cresp

Mark Cresp

Chet Al

sMĂ ACRES 2ENMARK.ORTH s2URALLIVINGCLOSETO2ENMARK .ORTH3CHOOL s2)4WATERPOWERCONNECTED s2URALSITESAREBECOMINGSCARCE INSPECT NOW Price: Tender View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Chet Al

Mark Cresp

Lyrup

Renmark

Renmark

Renmark

Renmark

Berri

0IKE#REEK2OAD A Lovely Lyrup Home s3ETONMĂ ALLOTMENT sBEDROOMS MODERNKITCHEN s(UGESHEDWITHROLLERDOORS s"EAUTIFULLYLANDSCAPEDGARDENS

+URRAJONG!VENUE Brick Veneer -Only $130,000! sBEDROOMBRICKVENEER s#LOSETO3CHOOLS3HOPPING s#ARPORT REARVERANDAH s)DEALlRSTHOMEORINVESTMENT

20 Railway Terrace All the Essentials s,ARGEFOURBEDROOMHOME s7ALKINGDISTANCETO2ENMARK0LAZA s3PACIOUSLIVINGAREAS s$OUBLEGARAGE DRIVETHROUGH

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New Price: $225,000 View: By appointment Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

NEW Price: $130,000 View: By appointment Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

NEW Price: $330,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

NEW Price: $198,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

NEW Price: $225,000 View: By appointment Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

$ERRICK3TREET Buy One or Buy Both s,OCATION "ERRISPREFERREDADDRESS s/PTIONTOPURCHASEONEORBOTH sEXCELLENTSIZEDBEDROOMS s3OLIDBRICKVENEERCONSTRUCTION s&ULLFENCEDYARD WITHGARDENS Price: $415,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Emma Treloar

Emma Treloar

Chet Al

Mark Cresp

Mark Cresp

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0417 883 892

Emma Treloar

..................................................Sales

0430 150 136

Chet Al

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0413 104 002

Meegan Drogemuller

Property Management

0417 837 486

Emma Rucioch ................... OfďŹ ce Administration 8586 6831

RLA 147 968

Emma Treloar

Chet Al

129 Renmark Ave, Renmark

8586 6831 Renmark raywhite.com


Thursday October 27, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 13 129 Renmark Ave, Renmark

8586 6831 Paringa

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Agents in Conjunction:

Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 RLA 147968

James Juers 0438 442 909 RLA 61339

 

For sale

Renmark

Renmark

4ARCOOLA3TREET Positive Return on Investment s'REATANNUALRETURNS s%XCELLENTSOILCONDITIONS s#URRENTMARKETDEMANDED s!LLPLANTANDEQUIPMENTYOU NEEDTOOPERATEORCHARD

0ARRO3TREET 9Ha Renmark North Vineyard s3PACIOUSHOMEWITHPOOL s#ABTRACTORSPRAYERETC s!LLVINES MAINLY##7 s$RIPIRRIGATION EXCELLENTSOIL

Price: $585,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Renmark .ELBUCK3TREET 14.5 Acres House & Implements sACRESVINES ACRESSTONEFRUIT s-,WATER IMPLEMENTS SHEDDING s4HREEBEDROOMHOME Price: $250,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 Mark Cresp 2ENMARK!VENUE 7 Acres Renmark Avenue s)NCLUDESTRACTOR HYDRAPLATS s0LANTEDTOCITRUS s)DEALRURALLIVINGSITE Price: $100,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Mark Cresp

2ENMARK.ORTH 19 Acres Renmark North s##7CONTRACTVINES s(IGHQUALITYIMPLEMENTS s$RIPIRRIGATION s4WOSEPARATETITLES

Mark Cresp Lot 7 Scarborough Court MĂ ............................................  

new release 4WENTYSIXTH3TREET 10 Acres With Shedding s0OWERDOMESTICWATER CONNECTED s-ODERN#3ECTIONSHED s/LDERSHEDWITHPOWER CONNECTED

Lot 115 Flinders Street MĂ ............................................   Lot 2 Nineteenth Street MĂ ..........................   

15 Pyap Street MĂ .............................................   Lot 26 Curtis Avenue MĂ .............................................  

Price: $88,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Lot 2 Warrakoo Court MĂ ...........................................   Panorama Court ,OTSAVAILABLE .........    Orchard Drive MĂ .........................    

Mark Cresp

39 Meander Avenue, $260pw River Access, Creek Views ,OVELYBEDROOMHOMEWITHRIVERACCESS SPLITSYSTEMREVERSECYCLEAIR CONDITIONING DOUBLEGARAGEWITHROLLERDOOR PERGOLAWITHCREEKVIEWS FENCEDYARD

20 Railway Terrace,

$280pw

Modern Spacious Living 6ERYSPACIOUSMODERNBRHOMECLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE ENSUITE TO MAIN SS AIR COND SEPARATEDININGANDFAMILYROOM DOUBLECARPORTWITHROLLERDOORS GARDEN SHED

14 Tolarno Street,

$225pw

Lovely brick home ,OVELY  BR BRICK HOME IN GREAT LOCATION CLOSETORIVERANDTOWNCENTRE DUCTED AIR COND ENSUITE TO MAIN BR TILED LIVING SEPARATE FAMILY ROOM garage.

Lot 1 TwentyďŹ fth St, Lots 38 & 39 Pyap Street MĂ ................................... EACH

s2URALLIVINGONLYMINUTESFROM town

Price: $287,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 Mark Cresp

Price: $460,000 View: By Appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Chet Al

25 Franklin Street Adelaide 8203 1399 naiharcourts.com.au

HUGE $50,000 OFF

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$220pw

Rural living 2URAL  BR HOME SS AIR COND PAVED PERGOLA CARPORTANDSHEDDING

221 Fourteenth St,

$205pw

Located in Town Centre   BR HOME IN TOWN CENTRE NEXT TO MEDICAL FACILITIES DUCTED AC CARPORT garage.

26E Cedar Avenue,

$200pw

Modern villa -ODERN  BR VILLA  BATHROOMS  GARAGE CEILING FANS ")2S TILED OPEN PLAN SSAIRCOND REARPERGOLA

99 Sixteenth St,

$195pw

Well presented home .EAT4IDYBRHOMEINTOWNCENTRE RC SS AIR COND GAS HEATING PERGOLA CARPORT SHEDDING

76 Pyap St,

$190pw

Close to plaza BRHOMENEARPLAZA DUCTEDAIRCOND GAS HEATING CARPORT GARAGE FENCED YARD

1 Quondong Street,

$190pw

Mt Gambier Stone home ,OVELY  BR -T 'AMBIER STONE HOME JUST A SHORT WALK TO SCHOOLS AND PLAZA SPLIT SYSTEM AIR CONDITIONING MODERN kitcHEN  BATHROOM PAVED PERGOLA SHEDDING

Sec 102(26) Warrego St, $185pw Rural Lifestyle 2URALBRBRICKHOME CLOSETO2ENMARK .ORTH 0RIMARY 3CHOOL SPLIT SYSTEM AIR COND CARPORT

156B Sixteenth St,

$180pw

Modern Living .EAR NEW MODERN  BR UNIT IN TOWN CENTRE SS AIR COND ")2 TO MAIN carport.

109 Sixteenth St,

$160pw

Affordable, Good Location BRHOMEIN4OWN#ENTRE SSAIRCOND garage.

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HOME OME INSPECTIONS O SPECTIONS P CTIONS ONS O NS

FOR FO O R THIS WEEK

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Saturday, October 29, 2011

BARMERA

COOLTONG

11 Bonnar Street Ray White Renmark 10.15 - 10.45am 4 Short Rd LJ Hooker Berri 11.00 - 11.30am 15 Kelly Avenue LJ Hooker Berri

11.30 - 12noon

9.00 - 9.30am

Lot 354 Cooltong Road Lin Andrews

KINGSTON ON MURRAY 9.30 - 10.00am

Farley Road LJ Hooker Berri

BERRI

RENMARK

7 Verran Terrace Lin Andrews 11.00 - 12.00pm Lot 23, Nitschke Rd LJ Hooker Berri 11.45 - 12.15pm Bigg Road LJ Hooker Berri 12.30 - 1.00pm 3 Sultana St LJ Hooker Berri

189 Seventeenth Street Lin Andrews 10.00 -11.00am 94 Bayswater Close Riverside Estate Ray White Renmark 10.00 - 10.30am Kulkyne Street Ray White Renmark 10.45 - 11.15am 51 Sims Pararde Ray White Renmark

10.00 -10.45am

9.00 - 9.30am

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14 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday October 27, 2011

RLA 47936

If you’re serious about selling... SELL WITH US Waikerie

$285,000

Waikerie s s s s s s

LIVE, BUILD OR RE DEVELOP s 2 Titles s Walking distance to shops

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1.5 Ha (3.7 acres) 3 bedroom home Unique layout

Waikerie

$289,000

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

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NOTHING OVERLOOKED s Double garage UMR s Shed as well s Good sized back yard for

3 bedroom brick home 2 bathrooms (one with spa) 2 living area Beautiful kitchen

the family

Kingston-on-Murray

$199,000

RURAL LIVING

1.151ha (2.84 acres) 5kms from Town Centre 3 bedrooms with built-in robes Study Fully fenced vegie garden Shaded carport American Oak kitchen Nectre Slow Combustion heater

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4 bedrooms Open plan living Close to the river

FANTASTIC FAMILY HOME s Large shedding s 4.99HA or 12.3 acres with River views

Waikerie

$195,000

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18.9Ha – 46.7 acres Set on two levels Unique position Outstanding views River access Rare find

Extra large allotment Subsoil irrrigation system Lawned riverfront Two storey holiday home Ample sleeping accommodation Concrete boatramp

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

Waikerie s s s s s

Solid construction home 3 bedrooms Modern kitchen 6m x 5m shed with concrete

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lounge Detached room complete with shower

$148,000

3 Bedrooms Open Plan Living Formal Lounge and Dining 9m x 6m shed with concrete floor, light and power Low Maintenance Garden

Waikerie s s s s s

FREESTONE HOME AND ACRES s s

Substantial home in a secluded elevated position Consisting of Kitchen, Dining, Lounge and 5 bedrooms 1.798 Ha (4.4acres) of

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delightful well wooded land Extensive reverse cycle air conditioning " E1UICKTOSECURETHISRARE opportunity

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$239,000

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

Waikerie s

$249,500

EASY CARE FAMILY HOME s s s s s

Cadell

From $94,000

CONSERVATIONIST PARADISE s 10 allotments s Land size from 900HA to

s

from $49,990

VALUE PACKED Close to the township Room to move No building time constraints Service available All offers considered

THE MARSCHALL FAMILY

Waikerie

$259,500

DELIGHTFUL HOME, MAGNIFICENT VIEWS

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3 bedrooms Open plan living Fantastic shedding Stunning garden Elevated patio for all you entertaining needs

Waikerie s s s

$259,950

FIRST TIME ON THE MARKET

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

Blanchetown s s s s s s s s

Large 1011m² allotment Security fencing and lockable shedding 3 bedrooms Spacious open plan livng 2 way bathroom 5mins to boat ramp above lock 1 Walk around the corner to the super market. Brand new brick veneer home

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$159,000

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

Waikerie s s s s s s

$235,000

PROMINENT SHEDDING IN GREAT LOCATION 680m2 of office space Storage & workshop area Customer lounge Large showroom Awaiting your new venture in life Lots of customer parking

Waikerie s s s s s

$229,900

NO EXCESS WATER HERE Brick home Fantastic Location Low maintenance yard Private undercover parking Great Investment/ Retiree home

Waikerie s s s s s s s

Specials

HOME AND LAND

$239,500

LAND HOUSE AND UNIT 4 bedrooms Galley kitchen with wood stove Several living areas Big piece of Land New roof Peaceful surrounds 2 bedroom granny flat

Waikerie

$193,500

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reduced to $185

HOP SKIP AND A JUMP YOU’RE AT THE SHOP s Endless possibilities s Fantastic location s 3 bedroom s Heating and Cooling s Zoning for this property lets you have so many choices

Cadell s s s s s s s s s

$329,000

RIVER FRONTAGE CAN BE AFFORDABLE Large 648m2 freehold allotment 49.16m frontage Licence for a jetty Double bedrooms Open plan living area Lockable boat shed Sandy skiable beach Near to main boat ramp Quieter shack site

Murbko

$227,500

SPACIOUS 320M² ALLOTMENT s Open Plan living areas s 2 bedroom s Outdoor entertaining area s Undercover parking s Walking distance to river and s

boat ramp Flexible lounge can double as bedrooms

BEST OF THE BEST

Swan Reach s s s s

$89,500

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

Waikerie s

$365,000

4 bedrooms 4 bathrooms Formal lounge Family room Undercover parking Shedding 11.4 acres of secluded beauty Indoor pool

Morgan s s s s s s

$259,950

FABULOUS FAMILY HOME

Morgan s s s s s s s s

Waikerie

2

$475,000

ABSOLUTE RIVERFRONT

Blanchetown

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AFFORDABLE OUT OF TOWN LIVING 983m2 parcel of land s Slow combustion heater in

$319,500

RIVERVIEWS AND ACCESS

Pelican Point

S and N Bansal

$174,850

RURAL LIVING – 5 MINUTES FROM TOWN

Taylorville s s s s s s

We feel that Marschall First National Real Estate were professional and was dedicated to help us find out next property. We are thoroughly satisfied with the service provided by the staff and are grateful for their efforts.

$164,500

3 Bedrooms, Solid home Olive trees to play with or pull out – the choice is yours. Refurbished kitchen Get off the rental roundabout today

Waikerie s s s s s s s s

Look what our clients say about us

OUTSTANDING LOCATION

Waikerie s s

$270,000

$225,000

Fenced allotment Close to the town centre Very close to school and sporting facilities Get of the rental roundabout and build your home today

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Morgan s s s s s s

$115,000 MAYSUN

Built to survey 1992 50hp mariner outboard Service history Open plan living, 3 cabins Meticulously presented Slipped in 2007

Morgan

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

BUILD AND DEVELOP

Houseboat s s s s s s

$50,000

$157,950

Serving the district from, 2 Coombe Terrace, Waikerie

Centrally located Short walk to Shops and Hotels Private rear yard 7m x 6m shed with concrete floor 1 minute to the River Ready and waiting for a transformation

Morgan s s s s s

$159,500 NEAT AS A PIN

3 bedrooms Corner block Upgraded modern kitchen Perfect getaway Large Shed

Waikerie

NEAR TO RIVER NOTHING OVER LOOKED 3 bedrooms New bathroom and spa room updated kitchen Private undercover entertaining area Carport for 3 cars Boat shed and workshop Minutes from the river and shops

$115,000

3 BEDROOM STONE HOME

$234,000

LOW MAINTENANCE HIGH ENJOYMENT s s s s s s s

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

SINCE 1920

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


Thursday October 27, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 15

RLA 47936

If you’re serious about selling... SELL WITH US Scotts Creek s s s s

$514,000

Kingston-O-M

READY & WAITING 3 bedroom home Fully fenced allotment Large lounge with slow combustion heater Ideal first home, investment property or home base for the serious traveller Recently updated so no work required inside – add your touch outside

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Brenda Park

s s s s s s

$419,000

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Elevated shack Next to the boat ramp 2 bedrooms Open living balcony Great family spot Right on the river

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Waikerie

$192,500

Waikerie

VERY CONVENIENT LOCATION s 4 bedrooms s Shedding for 2 cars s Carport s Low maintenance allotment s Lounge – formal dining area s Open kitchen, meals family area s Suit First Home Owner, Retiree

CITRUS AND HOME SITE 1.66ha (4.1 acres Planted to Navels and Valencias 2 sealed road frontages Several attractive home sites

$229,000

$229,900

or Investor Great all rounder

s s s s s

RECREATIONAL USERS PARADISE 413.7 ha or 1020 Acres Undulating bushland 30kms from Waikerie Water accessible Potential for further subdivision – STCA No Close Neighbours

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FAMILY FAVOURITE

Overland Cnr

4 Bedrooms and study Spacious living area Full length rear verandah Combustion heating Split system reverse cycle air conditioning Fenced swimming pool Lockable garage Convenient peaceful location

Waikerie

s s s s s

$242,000

3 BEDROOM STONE HOME ON 0.57 ACRES s Polished Baltic Pine

$119,500

TIME FOR A CHANGE s s

$29,500

Morgan

$195,000

Morgan

WATCH THE WATER

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Sunlands

Convenient location Walk to shops Walk to school Quiet street 3 large bedrooms Formal lounge Open kitchen meals Formal dining room , OWMAINTENANCEYARDS

s

$119,000

$230,000

TREAT YOURSELF

s s s s s s s s

Elevated holiday home 2 bedrooms with numerous additional accommodation options Well-appointed kitchen Large undercover lockable storage areas

Waikerie s s s

Waikerie

ELEVATED RIVERFRONT SHACK

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

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UNINTERRUPTED WATER VIEWS

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TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE s Great shedding s Massive yard

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3 bedroom home Full length front verandah to take in the views 5.5m x 5.5m shed 734m² block of land with rear access Ideal traveller’s base, holiday home or permanent residence

Waikerie

floorboards in living areas Numerous vehicle parking options Galley style kitchen with Modern appliances Secluded Family home 1 minute to the River and a Primary School Ducted Reverse Cycle Airconditioning

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

$173,250 3 bedroom Granny flat Spacious living areas

Monash

$197,500

$55,000

DOWN ON THE CORNER Build your dream home In a sought after area Premium living area Very close to a public playground Walking distance to the river Hurry not many blocks left in this area

PERFECT FOR THE GROWING FAMILY s Formal lounge s Paved return verandah on 2

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(08) 8541 2777sAvailable 7 Days a week

Absolute river front home T

HIS gem of a home is conveniently located one hour from the Barossa Valley or one and a half hours from the city. Situated on a shady allotment, this property would ideally suit the family who enjoys entertainment or maybe two families who enjoy one another’s company but prefer the independence of two separate full kitchBLANCHETOWN 3

Lot 3 Riverbanks Est Price $417,990 Inspect By Appointment

ens, bathrooms, living areas and separate patios, all with magnificent views and access to the River Murray. This immaculate, as new, home comes fully furnished with as new furniture, floor coverings and window dressings that have been tastefully chosen to satisfy the most discriminative purchaser. The recreation

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areas have been extensively fenced to ensure the safety of small children and pets. To add to the appeal there is a lock-up boat shed, workshop, rainwater tank with pressure pump and gas barbecue. Call Marschall First National on 8541 2777 for more information or to arrange an

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16 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday October 27, 2011

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

Open

Open

Saturday October 29th 11.00 - 12.00pm

Saturday October 29th 9.30 - 10.00am

SET HIGH ON THE HILL

BERRI, Lot 23, Nitschke Road HOMESTEAD ON THE RIVER MURRAY – BREATHTAKING VIEWS This exceptional 4 bedroom family residence has character and position, being historically 100 years old - not a lot of properties such as this come onto the market. Views over the River and Lock 4, with access to the river’s edge and boat ramp

PRICE REDUCTION $370,000 to $330,000

Situated on approx. 2.5 acres, this 4 bedroom home offers ducted air throughout, good size living space, sunken lounge, large separate family room and four good sized bedrooms. Good amount of shedding and large amount of rain water tanks.

KINGSTON ON MURRAY, Farley Road

Price: $435,000 Internet: 3DAFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

Price: $330,000 Internet: 3DOFD7

Open

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

Saturday October 29th 10.15 - 10.45am

BERRI, 1 Merritt Ave SOLID HOME IN TOWN Cream brick and solid on corner allotment at Berri. Well located within walking distance to town Centre, just behind the post office. Offering 3-4 bedrooms, large rooms, high ceilings, heating and cooling, and garage. An opportunity to purchase in a tightly held position.

New Release BARMERA, 4 Short Rd

Price: $285,000

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

Price: $195,000 to $205,000

Open

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

FIRST HOME OR RETIRE

TOP LOCATION

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

488 538

Good size three bedroom home close to lake home newly painted throughout consisting of new floor coverings in lounge and hall. Large shed and carport and good size backyard with clothesline and rainwater tank.

BERRI, 262 Nitschke Rd

Price: $210,000

Mobile: 0431

New Release BARMERA, 15 Kelly Avenue

Mobile: 0431

488 538

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

Under Contract

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 airconditioned large detached rumpus room.

RLA 1935

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. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

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

BERRI, Bigg Road

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

Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Price: AUCTION

Mobile: 0431

488 538

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.

Open

Price: $210,000 to $220,000

488 538

BERRI, Verrall Cresent

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.

BERRI, 71 Crossing Rd

Mobile: 0431

rural land, this three bedroom home is on an elevated position with a large amount of shedding and sits in a quiet location. A perfect place for horses or the motorbike enthusiast.

BERRI, 23 Raeder Court

OUT OF TOWN AT ITS BEST

Price: $199,000 Internet: 334FD7 Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

LIFESTYLE LIVING Saturday October 29th 11.45 - 12.15pm Situated just outside of Berri th pm PUBLIC AUCTION: Friday Nov 11 12.00 on approximately 6.47 ha

LIFESTYLE ON LAND

Price: $299,500

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

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

Price: $135,000

Open

BERRI, 10 Viviancock Street EXCELLENT HOME IN TOP LOCATION

Saturday October 29th 11.00 - 11.30am

PRICE REDUCTION $210,000 to $189,000

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.....

of Wilson Street Berri. An opportunity to purchase this well established business of 60 years. Stock includes a vast range of bras and lingerie, well known brands of clothing plus a full display of handbags and jeweler. Established clients throughout the Riverland and Mallee. Reasonable rent. Priced to sell at $35,000 plus SAV. Price: $35,000 Internet: 37EFD7 Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

THREE BEDROOMS AND GRANNY FLAT This solid three bedroom brick home is in great location. Large eat in kitchen with good size lounge. Bathroom has full bath and separate shower, tiled walls and floors. Separate toilet and large laundry area with built in cupboards. Completely separate to the home is a granny flat, with a good size kitchen, bathroom with shower and vanity, separate bedroom and lounge. Also comes with its own veranda. This home comes with carports, shedding and so much more.

New Release

BERRI BUSINESS FOR SALE Well known business on corner

Saturday October 29th 12.30 - 1.00pm

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

WALK TO SCHOOL Small three bedroom home in good position close to school. New floor coverings throughout and freshly painted. Newly tiled bathroom with shower and vanity. Good size back yard, clothesline and carport.

New Release

BERRI, William Street COMMERCIAL BUILDING BERRI

BERRI, 3 Sultana St Price: $148,000

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 October 27, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 17

Three bedrooms and a granny flat

Selling in Spring?

New Release T

HIS solid three bedroom brick home is in a great location. The home has a large eat-in kitchen with a good size lounge. The bathroom has a full bath with a separate shower, tiled walls and floors. There is also a separate toilet and large laundry area with

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built-in cupboards. Completely separate to the home is a granny flat, with a good size kitchen, bathroom, shower and vanity, separate bedroom and lounge. It also comes with its own verandah. This home comes with carports, shed and so much more.

BARMERA 3+1

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

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Contact LJ Hooker Berri Sue Wurth 0431 488 538

Price $195,000 to $205,000 Inspect Sat Oct 29th 10.15 - 10.45am RLA 1935

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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

RENTAL PROPERTIES BERRI PROPERTIES

BERRI PROPERTIES

Price: $250 PW 5A MAGAREY ST Modern 3 bedrm, open living, built-ins main bedrm, garage, low maintenance garden, encl. yard. Contact: Traci Phone: 8582 2744

6 JARVIS ST

Price:

250 PW

$

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

BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

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 15 CORNWALL ST Price: $175 PW 3 bedrm home situated close to hospital, shopping & schools, r/c, encl. yard, garage. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756 13 GUY STREET

Price: $170

PW

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

Price: $150

Price: $230

PW

Modern, well presented brick 3 bedrm home on land, birs, r/c, spacious lounge with sep. dine leading to outdoor patio, garaging. Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429

3 WORMAN STREET

Price: $220

PW

Spacious 3 bedrm home, large open living + family, split system cooling, encl. yard, storage, sml garden. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

RLA 1935

LOXTON PROPERTIES PW

Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

Price: $125

PW

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Traci Phone: 8582 2744

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

LOXTON, UNITS - NO PETS

BARMERA, UNITS - NO PETS

1/40 FIRST STREET Price: $130 PW 2 bedroom modern brick unit in quiet location, built in robes, r/c, patio area, off street parking. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429 Price: $195 PW 12 FARMER STREET 3 Bedroom home, large kitchen, floorboards throughout, huge entertainment area, low maintenance gardens.

Contact: Traci Phone: 8582 2744

RENMARK, UNITS - NO PETS 2/9 FARMER STREET

Price: $150

PW

2 bedm unit in gd area of Barmera, bir, open living, r/c, carport. Contact: Traci Phone: 8582 2744

BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

8/9 FARMER STREET

Price: $145

2/97 15TH STREET

Price: $130

PW

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

PW

2 Bedrm upstairs unit furnished, bir, open living r/c, carport.

33A VAUGHAN TCE Price: $200 PW 2 bedrm home in town centre, open living, evap cooling & gas heating, carport & large encl. yard. Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429 Price: $150 PW 3/4 AITKINS 2 bdr unit close to town, built in robes, open living, carport & garden shed, small back yard. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

12 MATRUH ST

Modern and large one bedrm house in quiet area, r/c air conditioning, bath with shower, carport .

PW

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

Contact: Michelle Phone: 0400 299 429

NITSCHKE RD

Price: $175

3 PASCOE TCE 2 Bedm home, spacious kitchen, lounge, R/C, open shedding & encl. yard. Close to shops & schools.

BARMERA PROPERTIES 3/5 SULTANA ST

BARMERA PROPERTIES

Price: 140 PW 3/11 CONEYBEER ST 2 bedroom p/furnished unit in central location, BIR, open plan living, split system cooling, carport. $

Contact: Traci Phone: 8582 2744

LOXTON PROPERTIES 1/5 GRENACHE AVE

Price:

150 PW

$

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

9 HAWDON ST Price: $195 PW 3 Bedroom home close to town, modern kitchen separate dine & lounge, back verandah, large enclosed yard & shed. Contact: Patty Phone:0419 602 756

32 HAYWARD TCE

Price: $170

PW

2/86 JAMES AVENUE

Price: $130

PW

3 bedrm home close to hospital, cooling, shedding, r/w, encl. rear yard.

2 bedroom brick unit across from River, great position, close to shopping, r/c air conditioning.

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

Contact: Michelle Phone:0400 299 429

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


18 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday October 27, 2011

LIN ANDREWS REAL ESTATE

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189 Seventeenth Street, RENMARK

$155,000

Lot 354 Cooltong Road, COOLTONG $595,000

A TOUCH OF HISTORY, WITH A CONTEMPORARY VILLA STYLEFULLY RENOVATED HOME- YOU’LL SIMPLY FALL IN LOVE! Beautifully renovated 2 bedroom Villa, conveniently located in the heart of Berri. Retaining many of it’s original features this residence offers two generous sized bedrooms with built in robes, stunning gourmet Kitchen with S/S appliances, plus a open living and dining area. The fully enclosed private outdoor area is ideal for alfresco entertaining.

Compose your own masterpiece or turn into your dream palace, this home " # $   % '*+;   Bedrooms, a large bathroom with shower and bath tub, this makes a great   <     =>?@$       ultimate renovator. The large backyard offers two sheds, an above ground pool, and rear access.

8 ACRES OF BUSH PARADISE AND LANDSCAPE HEAVEN This sensational country homestead features 5 bedrooms, including an ensuite to the main. The sunken              plan meals and exceptional country style kitchen. The property offers delightful views over a valley of vineyards. The extensive landscaping and outdoor living is enhanced by the 6 bay garage.

OPEN THIS SATURDAY: 10:00am-10:45am

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Craggâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Creek Cafe, BERRI

$120,000

COFFEE ON THE RIVERBANK Fully licensed- coffee- cafe -dining. Breathe taking river views from the elevated decking & courtyard. Suit owner operator with energy & â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;eyesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; to see the potential. Architecturally appealing building providing indoor &              plenty of parking! Call Lin Andrews Real Estate For more information on this great opportunity!

134 Seventeenth Street, RENMARK

Lot 50-56 Antony Street, BERRI From $85,000

28-29 Shueard Road, COBDOGLA

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This is unbelievable... A shop (know as the â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cobbyâ&#x20AC;? General store)- Vacant- Commercial tenancy- leased & 3 bedroom residence- leased, The opportunities here are endless! Here you can... - Owner occupy, run you own business & have 2 tenants of your own - Total investment property- 3 tenancies

    

All situated on high side of road with views over vineyards & River Plain Set amongst quality new homes Turn key investment properties available First home buyers grant still available House and land packages available Sizes from 437sqm to 776 sqm

Warren Andrews 0418 700 600

Warren Andrews 0418 700 600

Wendy Tuul 0408 560 639

$156,000

$230pw

FANTASTIC 3 BEDROOM HOME             " furnished, carport, large rear yard, AVAILABLE NOW Call Lin Andrews Real Estate to arrange an inspection today!

99b Pyap Street, RENMARK

$190pw

SECLUDED 3 BEDROOM HOME

Set back from the road & only a short stroll from the Renmark Plaza is a neat 3 bedroom home. Included built-ins, walk in pantry to Kitchen, heating & cooling, bathroom including bath, garden shed, carport. Make a time to inspect today!

Marlena Watkins 8586 5122 or 0409 080 919

www.linandrews.com.au

PROPERTY FOR LIFE

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Booties and Bibs Brock William Peterkin

BORN August 28, 2011 Weighing 10lb 3oz A daughter for Donna and Christopher and a sister to Declan.

Baby

William Parker Miller BORN September 5, 2011 Weighing 8lb 2oz A son for Amy and Chris and a brother to Kahliah.

BORN July 24, 2011 Weighing 8lb 7oz A Son for Chelsea and Joel and a brother to Jayla.

Cordelia Jae Bland

the latest little additions in the Riverland and Mallee

PHOTOGRAPHY BY STUDIO BELLA MIA

Nash George Drewett

BORN August 25, 2011 Weighing 9lb 12oz A son for Rachael and Aaron and a brother to Addison.

Jacob Riley Albanese BORN September 7, 2011 Weighing 2.91kg A son for Danielle and Luch. A brother for Mel and Dylan. PHOTOGRAPHY BY STUDIO BELLA MIA

PHOTOGRAPHY BY STUDIO BELLA MIA

Send in photos of your new arrival with details to: Riverland Weekly, PO Box 1279 Berri 5343 or email to photodesk@riverlandweekly.com.au and youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be entered in the monthly draw for a chance to WIN a family portrait, valued at $120, compliments of Studio Bella Mia.

Hamish Szoko BORN September 19, 2011 Weighing 2.410kg A son for Catherine and Jai. PHOTOGRAPHY BY STUDIO BELLA MIA


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Motorsport enthusiasts head to Loveday By DANNY HANRAHAN

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HE Riverland is the place to be for motorsport enthusiasts this weekend with the return of the action packed Riverland Challenge at the Loveday 4x4 Adventure Park. Over 35 entrants, along with spectators, wanting a prime camping spot will begin to arrive from midday tomorrow. Many competitors are returning to the unique 4x4 moto-cross racing with bigger and faster vehicles, whilst the standard class continues to attract first timers out to have fun and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;wowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; the crowd. Things start to warm up from 10am on Saturday with spectators able to watch all the action from the new grassed area alongside the Tavern, especially designed as a prime viewing spot. Patrons are reminded the Tavern is a fully licensed venue and a number of local service clubs will be on hand to ensure nobody goes hungry. The sand drags are scheduled to begin at 5pm and are open to everyone, as long as you have a good racing helmet and a safety belt. The famous Schirmer Shak girls have decided to sponsor the Saturday night Mickey Thompson Halloween special. Dress up as a creepy

ghoul, corpse bride, dracula or whatever you desire, for your chance to win great prizes for best dressed male and female with childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s prizes as well. Racing will hot up on Sunday as participants compete for a place in the cut throat finals, where over $5000 in prizes is up for grabs.

Many competitors are returning to the unique 4x4 moto-cross racing.

Bacon and eggs and hot coffee are on hand to greet spectators with the action again commencing at 10am with 40 individual races prior to the start of the finals. Be sure you donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss out on what has become an icon in the 4WD racing calendar, held right here in the Riverland. First time visitors to the event can follow the signs from the Barmera United Service Station. Entry fees are $20 per person, per day, or $40 per person for three days with free camping, with kids under 12, free.

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SITUATION vacant MC Driver wanted for Renmark to Adelaide Daily. Ph Matt on 8586 3394 or 0410 716 543.

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

Death HAMPEL, Sara (nee Nokes) 12/11/1989 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 14/10/2011 Suddenly on Friday in Nhulunbuy NT, formerly of Loxton SA A beautiful mother to Mia, loving wife to Matthew, darling daughter to Chas & Cheryl & a much loved sister to Katey & Joshua. God opened his book & saw that he was missing an angel & looked down & saw you beautiful girl & took you to him. Fly free our darling & know that we will love you forever. SAWYER, Peter Charles My Pete passed away on Friday October 21, 2011. No more pain or anxiety. Love him so much. Always have, always will. Missing him more than I can say. Love Tric.

Funeral Notice HAMPEL The relatives & friends of Sara Hampel are respectfully invited to attend her funeral service to be conducted in the Concordia Lutheran Church, Bookpurnong Road Loxton on Friday October 28 at 1pm.

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KELPIE male, black & Garage Sale tan, 14 months old very At the conclusion of the friendly, would make MONSTER garage sale service the cortege will a great family pet, $50. this Sunday, Renmark proceed to the Loxton Ph 0427 484 681. North 10am-3pm. Lawn Cemetery for the Everything must go, Committal. WESTINGHOUSE stove, fridges, baby goods, car fan forced, ceramic top parts, household items, RIVERLAND FUNERALS as new, cost $1,240, furniture, books, DVDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S, sell for $1,000. Waikerie Berri 85821333 CDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S, chairs, toys, cast Ph 0407 609 356. Renmark 85864422 iron bath, bikes, 2x motorbike Accredited Member Australian Public Notices dinghies, Funeral Directors Association & electrical goods. BOATING LICENCE See map & images at SAWYER www.mygaragesale.com. The relatives & friends of COURSE Mr. Peter Charles SAWYER SATURDAY 29th & Sunday are respectfully invited to In Berri 14th 30th October, 8am-12pm, attend his funeral service, November 53 Evans Road Barmera. to be conducted in the Bookings essential, White goods, furniture, Uniting Church, Denny Ph 0449 211 989 tools, baby goods & ex Street Berri on this day, shop stock. Thursday October 27 at BOAT Licence night, TWO seater couch, double 2pm. 31st October, Berri Army bed with new mattress, mattresses, In lieu of flowers, a Depot at 7pm. Details & single donation to the Intensive bookings contact Mike crockery & glass wear, clothing & lots more. & Critical Care Unit, 0488 198 559. Saturday 29th & Sunday Flinders Medical Centre in Peteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory would INSURANCE - For 30th October from be appreciated; donations the most competitive 9am-2pm, 2 Edwards may be made at the prices on home, Street Berri. contents, commercial, service. Wanted To Buy caravan and boats. Contact your local CARAVAN / POPTOP RIVERLAND FUNERALS SGIC Agents, 15-30 feet, all makes, will Berri 85821333 Rosenthalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Renmark, Renmark 85864422 pay cash. Ph Ben 0409 8586 6626 or Berri, 711 807, hassle free Accredited Member Australian Ph 8582 3644. removal. Funeral Directors Association

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 9.50am: Bible Study Groups for all ages 11.30am: Family Worship Guest Presenter: Veronica Raams PHONE 0400 330 857

Baptist Church

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Living Waters 14 Edward St, Loxton 10am Sunday October 30 John & Ruth Savlo

Phone: 8584 5044

SUNDAY October 30, 10am Morning Worship and Communion Guest Speaker Rev. Noel Due Recorded Message Morning Tea 11.30am All welcome Enquiries phone 8582 2920 or 8588 2506

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Farm Fighting units Information Night At East Murray Community Complex

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AIKERIE ARKETS

Saturday October 29 Crush Tce Waikerie

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Cappuccinos, hot choc, eggs, Friebies honey, live chickens and ducks, pickles, relish, jams, baked goods, Con’s pasties, secondhand books, jewellery, plants, fresh produce, hair accesories, kids corner, trinkets, kayaks, face painting, raffels, Goats milk soap and products, cards & quilting fabric by Kaye, Neighborhood watch trailer for engraving bikes, scooters, or skateboards and much more!

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

CALL YVONNE 0417 088 999 OR 8541 2443

7pm Monday, November 21st 2011 At the LOXTON HOTEL If you are interested in the promotion of art, and maintaining exhibition space in Loxton, come along and join our vibrant, proactive committee.

2nd November 2011 6.00pm for free Tea BBQ and Salad. Refreshments available for minimal cost Anyone interested in attending please contact Geoff Redden on Work: 8578 7053 Home: 8587 4132 Loxton to Bookpurnong Local Action Planning Committee

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING All interested persons welcome All Committee Positions are filled, but new Committee Members or project ideas are very welcome. Where: Upstairs, Loxton Hotel When: Tuesday 1 November 2011 at 7:00 pm Guest Speaker Andrew Dezsery Training Consultant for the new Riverland Aquaponics Training Centre Financial Reports available on the night or beforehand by contacting the Office For further information, please contact Craig Ferber on 0429 913 508 or email: craig@lblap.org.au www.lblap.org.au

All welcome Community Information Session 15 November 2011 ROAD CLOSURE ORDER RIVERLAND MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL The Berri Barmera Council exercise power delegated to it by the Minister for Transport under Section 11 of the Road Traffic 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: a) Declare the Riverland Multicultural Festival to be held Riverview Drive, Berri as an event to which Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act applies. b) Hereby make an order – 1) To close the Road specified in the Schedule (below) to vehicles as provided in Section 33 (1) (a) of the Road Traffic THE SCHEDULE

Location

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8.00am Saturday 5 November 2011

9.00pm Saturday 5 November 2011

DAVID BEATON CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

RENMARK OLYMPIC SOCCER CLUB

3pm - Sunday 30th October 2011 The Renmark Club

0421 307 388

RENMARK GOLF CLUB

AGM CHANGE OF DATE NOTICE TO ALL MEMBERS The annual general meeting & special general meeting of members of the renmark golf club will now be held at:

The Renmark Golf & Country Club Thursday November 10th 2011 7.30pm PETER RUSTON - PRESIDENT

East Murray Community Centre (East Murray Area School)

Date:

Tuesday 15 November 2011

Time:

6 pm–7.30 pm

The session is open to everyone in the community and will explain the current proposal, including the rehabilitation of previous mining areas in the Mindarie region, and the plans going forward.

Further information at www.teachers.on.net/view/209172 Phone Matt Paterson - 08 8583 2304 Applications close: Friday 11-11-2011

BERRI VIEW LAWN TENNIS CLUB Tuesday Night Doubles Competition Teams of 4 players (2 men and 2 women) Registration: Tuesday November 1st at 6.30pm

Enquiries: Merridy Rady 0417 860 924

This is an opportunity for you to meet the Murray Zircon project team, hear about what is being proposed, have questions answered and provide your feedback. Light refreshments will be available. Please contact Steve McEwen on 08 8410 8884 or email mmccc@murrayzircon.com.au if you would like further information. Murray Zircon looks forward to your attendance.

Machinery Showroom www.machineryshowroom.net Click on “Summary of All Indexes” on our homepage and view the largest range of fruit, vegetable and wine secondhand machinery for sale anywhere.

Annual General Meeting

Afternoon tea provided Enquiries Secretary - Jacqui Zanlorenzi

Location:

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

Nominations & election of all office bearers and committee members will be conducted. Senior Players & supporters urged to attend.

Murray Zircon would like to invite the community to come and find out more about the plans to recommence mining operations at Mindarie. The session will be held at:

JP Classroom Teacher (R/1)

ROAD CLOSURE ORDER BARMERA MAIN STREET MARKETS The Berri Barmera Council exercise power delegated to it by the Minister for Transport under Section 11 of the Road Traffic 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: (a) Declare the Barmera Main Street Market to be held on Barwell Avenue Barmera, as an event to which Section 33 of the Road Traffic Act applies. (b) Hereby make an order – 1) To close the Road specified in the Schedule (below) to traffic including bicycles and scooters excluding motorised wheelchairs as provided in Section 33 (1) (a) of the Road Traffic Act THE SCHEDULE

Location Barwell Avenue Barmera between Pascoe Terrace and Nookamka Terrace

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7.00am Sunday 6 November 2011

2.30pm Sunday 6 November 2011

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

ALL WELCOME!!

Much of it is located in the Riverland and Mildura, including; stone fruit graders, roller and belt conveyors, fertigation tanks, milk vats, grape screw press, plate filters, plate heat exchangers, food metal detectors and vertical lift conveyors. A huge selection of stainless steel wine tanks 800L to 90KL, rotary fermenters, potter fermenters, baby 4400L potter fermenters, fibreglass insulated 20KL and 37KL tanks, stainless steel square vats, steel bins, wide selection of plastic baskets (large quantities), stainless steel pallet containers, carton compactors, fruit weighing and net packers, mono pumps, stainless steel centrifugal pumps, fruit block trailers, melon cutters, dicer, centrifuges, pallet racking, air compressors, carton sealers and erectors. Citrus dehydrators, steam dryers, steam boilers, huge range of bottling equipment, motors, gear boxes, refrigeration, mezzanines etc. Corporate Machinery Brokers, phone 0418 840 328 or 0428 832 423.

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Season 2011/12 Opening Sunday November 6th from 11:30am - 2.30pm. Pool inflatable & sausage sizzle. Come and meet the new team at the YMCA and speak with members of the Berri Swimming Club about joining our successful club. Any further enquiries: YMCA - Wayne 0434 319 715 B.S.C. - Mic 0417 840 826


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2 Day Child Healthy Start Workshop Come, Cook, Try & Learn

KAPUNDA RODEO Saturday 5th November Gates Open 2pm Rodeo starts 5pm Full catering facilities Harness Racing Complex

9.30 – 2.30pm Friday 28th October & Monday 31st October Taste & Try Sessions for Parents of 0-5 years Cooking Groups/Nutrition Advice/Health Exercise

Each Session will provide valuable & practical information on child health & brain development in the 0-5 year age group including Allergies, Food Coloring, Fussy Eaters, Snacking, Healthy Food Choices, Giveaways, Goody Bags, Handouts

Go for 2&5 Please register interest there are limited places 86, 19th Street Renmark 8586 5745

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Simply Distributing & Collecting catalogues. $100 - $300 weekly for 2 hours daily. No Outlay. Supervisor Opportunities

Tel: 1300 133 362 RENMARK CLUB

I can tackle large projects that make the best use of my skills to motivate me. The sheer complexity of the issues I face ensures I’m always fascinated. At SA Health, how my career develops is up to me. With diverse career pathways and lots of opportunities to shine, there’s no limit to what I can achieve.

Medical Scientist SA Pathology, Berri Job Ref: 498415 www.health.sa.gov.au/careers 1300 882 992

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LYRUP TEMPORARY FERRY CLOSURE The LYRUP FERRY will be temporarily closed on Sunday, 30th October 2011 for the running of the Berri 90km Ski Race Classic 2011.

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Oct 27 - Nov 3 Thursday 27th October s Riverland Gem & mineral club workshop every Thursday. 3 to 5.30pm at Glossop. Contact Dennis 8582 3430 for information. Friday 28th October s Renmark Kinder Resort are celebrating their 5th Birthday with a Party Plan/Home based business open night. 7pm-9pm at Renmark Kinder Resort, 230 17th street Renmark. $2 entry, food & drinks available for purchase. Big variety of party plan & home based businesses attending. Contact Sarah for more information on 0421 620 024. s Friends of the Leukaemia Foundation, Riverland will be holding a 3 course dinner/auction at the Loxton sporting club at 6pm. Entertainment by the Fairways. Funds raised will be used to help build accommodation units in Adelaide for country patients. Tickets $30 available at Loxton Low Cost Furniture 8584 7093 or Glossop Bed On The Rooftop 8583 2384. Saturday 29th October s Riverland Farmer’s Market, 7.30 to 11.30am, Crawford Terrace, Berri (Senior Citizens Hall). Buy local produce. s Riverland Ballroom Dancing, Blanchtown, 7.30-11.30pm. Please bring a plate of supper, Ph 8540 5135. Sunday 30th October s Berri Pacemakers Bingo, Berri Bowling Club eyes down at 2pm. Proceeds to Berri Baseball Club. Monday 31st October s Open Door, Barmera Uniting Church Hall 1-4pm. Time for a cuppa & a chat. s Barmera little athletics, every Monday of 4TH term of School. 5.30pm at the Bruce oval Barmera. Ph Trish 8588 1999. Tuesday 1st November s The Palms Bingo, Berri Club. Eyes down 10.30am. Proceeds to Melbourne Cup Day. s The next Loxton neighborhood watch will be held at 7.30pm, Masonic Lodge Rudolph Street Loxton. All Members & the general public are welcome to attend. s Barmera Monash Charity Bingo Club, 7.30pm at the Barmera Monash Football Club. Proceeds to St Josephs

Upstream - Paringa Bridge Downstream - Berri Bridge

We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Ski Racing Aust. S.A. Division

WATER TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS BERRI SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 2011 SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 2011 Notice is given that that pursuant to Section 26 of the Harbors and Navigation Act 1993, the Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure (DTEI) has granted an Aquatic Activity Licence to Ski Racing Australia, SA Division Association Incorporated for the Long Distance Ski Race Classic 90 km, on an area of the River Murray at Berri as follows:

Renmark SA CMV Farms is a company with diverse horticultural and viticultural holdings in South Australia and Victoria and is part of the CMV Group of companies. (www.cmv.com.au) We seek to fill a permanent machinery operator position on our 400 hectare almond and wine grape property (a current driver’s licence is required). CMV Farms is a committed employer offering good working conditions including modern machinery and relevant training. Address written applications detailing qualifications, work experience and referees to: The Manager CMV Farms Lindsay Point PO Box 707, Renmark, S.A. 5341

A clearly marked access corridor with a maximum speed of 4 knots is to be maintained on both sides of the river for the entire length of the licensed area and for the duration of the event on each day. For safety reason, there is no movement of vessels in the corridors between 1.30 pm and 4.30 pm on Sunday 30 October 2011. Course marked buoys will be left in the water over the period of the weekend. These are generally in the centre of the river and the large start/finish and turn buoys will be lit with a yellow flashing light. For safety reasons, vessels and persons other than those participating in the events are prohibited from entering the above areas of water between 9.30 am to 5.30 pm on Saturday 29 October 2011 and from 9.00 am to 4.30 pm on Sunday 30 October 2011.

SKI RACING AUSTRALIA, SA DIVISION ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED

Applications close Friday 4th November 2011

CACP Community Support Worker Riverland Regional Health Service Job Ref: 498151 www.health.sa.gov.au/careers 1300 882 992

REMOVAL OF WOODEN WEATHERBOARD HALL FROM LAKE VICTORIA DEPOT Written offers sought for the removal of the hall, located near the SA Water depot at Lake Victoria. The building (approx 14.7m x 7.2m), is a single room structure on stumps with a wooden floor, weatherboard walls and galvanised roof with an adjoining small structure on a concrete floor used for amenities.

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Riverland Regional Health Service, Berri Job Refs: 498390 & 498391

Phone enquiries: 08 8595 8120

sSaturday October 29 2011 1.30pm to 5.30pm From the Berri Bridge to a point 4 kilometres upstream of Martins Bend sSunday October 30 2011 9.00am to 4.30pm From the Bookpurnong Cliffs to a point 5 kilometres upstream of the Lyrup Ferry.

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Bloodied footage necessary? MANY people criticised the governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s decision not to show footage of Osama Bin Ladenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s corpse when he was shot and killed. Saddam Husseinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hanging was leaked onto online networks and was easily accessible. So, why is that when I turned the morning news on last week, I could not avoid footage of Libyan leader and former dictator Muammar Gaddafiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s body? It was certainly not a sight you want to see with your morning breakfast. The question is raised again, do we really need to see such graphic footage in prime time television slots? Or do we need to see it at all? Yes, it is proof the dictator is dead but the image on the screen is not easily forgettable.

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Popular presenter has done it again POPULAR Riverland Radio presenter Cheryl Lardner has taken out a major coup at the 2011 Australian Commercial Radio Awards. Ms Lardner was awarded most popular station manager in the country division. Having been an integral part of Riverland Radio for over 10 years, Ms Lardner was humbled with the victory. It is the fourth national award she has received in her career, having previously won best music special, best sales promotion and best news presenter. The win for Ms Lardner

â&#x2013; WIN: Riverland author Liz Frankel (right) received another major award for her popular childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book recently.

RENOWNED childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book Hairy Nose. Itchy Butt has taken out the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year 2011- Best Book for Language and Literacy Development in the lower primary class. The book, written by Waikerieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s eâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Liz Frankel and illustrated by Garry Duncan, was nominated d along with 110 other books and d was announced as the winner at a ceremony in Darwin recently. The book was described as â&#x20AC;&#x153;well plottedâ&#x20AC;? as well as having â&#x20AC;&#x153;elements of suspenseâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;great social communicationâ&#x20AC;?. It is the second victory for the book this year, having also taken out the Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Choice Award Best Picture Book of the

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was just one of the awards for the Fairfax Radio Network and general manager of Fairfax Regional Radio David Bye was thrilled with the results. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We achieved the second highest number of awards of any radio network in Australia, which is a remarkable achievement,â&#x20AC;? Mr Bye said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The quality of talent we have in the network speaks for itself.â&#x20AC;? The award ceremony was hosted by American Emmy Award winning acor Kelsey Grammar and Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation co-host Amanda Keller.

Fundraiser for Leukaemia Foundation this week THE Leukaemia Foundation will be holding its major fundraising dinner at the Loxton Sporting Club on October 28. Supported by Friends of The Leukaemia Foundation Riverland, the fundraiser includes entertainment by bands The

Fairways and The Shidaxxe. Arrival is planned for 6pm with nibbles available and a three course dinner, entertainment and an auction to follow. Tickets will cost $30 and can be purchased by phoning 8584 7093 or 8583 2384.

Movie of the week The Town THIS fast paced, tense film directed and starring Ben Affleck follows a family who have rubbed shoulders with the wrong sorts of people, ending with them robbing banks to stay alive. Things become complicated when a love interest gets involved. If you like The Departed, you will like this.

CD of the week Mylo Xyloto - Coldplay COLDPLAYâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S first album in three years carries plenty of political punch. This mellow release features appearances from Rihanna and has moments of greatness mixed with bad taste. We expected so much after a long wait and it is hard to say whether this album has really delivered.

Book of the week The Da Vinci Code - Dan Brown THIS novel was a worldwide hit with a film adaption. Symbology professor Robert Langdon finds himself caught up in a wild adventure in Paris solving clues to find a murderer. The connection to famous artist Leonardo Da Vinci is intriguing in the plot.

Volunteers walk to cure diabetes RIVERLANDERS will take part a fundraising effort titled Walk to Cure Diabetes on Sunday. Raising funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, locals will take part in the event at Banrock Station, which 40,000 other Australians will also get involved in across the nation. The event will consist of a four kilometre walk around the beautifully restored wetlands and Mallee bushland. Along the way, people involved will also take part in environmental activies. On completion of the walk, people have the opportunity to stay and enjoy a sausage sizzle. Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities and raffles will also follow. The Walk to Cure Diabetes is the only one of its kind in Australia and organisers are sharing the hope of curing type one diabetes. This year, the goal is to raise $2 million around the country. It is estimated over 120,000 Australians suffer from type one diabetes. Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation chief executive officer Mark Wilson urged everyone who is affected by diabetes in any way to get involved. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a great time to connect with all those who share the hope,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our efforts really are driving progress forward.â&#x20AC;?

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28 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday October 27, 2011

SPORT

Plays and Misses with Graham Charlton and Brad Perry Jake spins the wickets

Doc edges closer to 300

■ I AM still in disbelief that Loxton’s Jake Albrecht picked up five wickets bowling spin in the inter-association match on the weekend. After the talented cricketer complained of soreness and how he was going to give the spinners a go, we found it fair to let him know his spinners did not spin and caused little problem for batsmen, based on previous experience. If in fact he did end up picking up wickets with his spinners, I still stand by my comments that his deliveries do not spin. But as he said “they don’t need to”.

■ MATTHEW ‘Doc’ Clifford is classed as one of the Riverland’s greatest cricketers and is getting ever closer to the illustrious to reaching 300 A grade games. This weekend Doc will play game 299 and we understand he is just one catch away from his 200th at A grade level. In round one, Doc reached another milestone by playing his first RTCA B grade game in 25 years.

Waikerie-Ramco injury woes ■ WAIKERIE-Ramco is in some serious injury trouble, reportedly missing three quarters of last year’s team. Adding to injury concerns, Tim Bevan appeared to injure his ankle against Loxton, fielding in slips, unable to bowl and hobbling after the ball.

Six ducks = low score

Swinging Lefty ■ ONE thinks former Monash A grader Paul Eleftheriadis will continue to be unplayable with the red two piece ball in B grade cricket. Against Loxton Black on the weekend, ‘Lefty’ swung the ball like many had not seen at that level. He had one batsman leaving an almost wide delivery to be bowled middle stump.

Wine and Food rethink needed

■ THE Renmark A grade formed its own family of ducks against Berri on the weekend as seven batsmen failed to pass zero. Admittedly one was not out, with only Dan Shawyer reaching double figures. There appears to be many changes to the Renmark team which won the premiership last season.

■ RIVERLANDERS are urged to throw their support behind the local Wine and Food Festival, yet, every year round one starts on the same day as the popular event. No wonder there were so many B grade players missing in round one action and I don’t blame them. The competition really needs to rethink starting on that date, possibly beginning the season a week earlier and having a bye for the Wine and Food Festival.

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No bye in new fixture

■ PETER Safralidis would have to be pretty happy with his return at the bowling crease on the weekend. The part-timer snared four wickets in three overs, while at Loxton Josh Norman rebounded from his first three overs which went at 0 for 17 to claim five wickets in 4.2 overs.

■ WITH Monash no longer in the A grade competition this season, the fixture will now see six one day and two day matches with finals to be played for each. Included in the draw is the T20 Sunday competition scheduled for mid November. Other highlights for the region are the SACA Country Living Homes T20 Challenge and a Tea Tree Gully versus Glenelg match both to be held in Berri.

Taylor made success ■ KYM Taylor, of Waikerie-Ramco, continues to be regarded as one of the finer players in local cricket, scoring a hard fought century in the loss to Loxton.

One player short costs game ■ HAVING one player short may have cost Loxton Yellow a win in the B grade with the team bundled out for 58 chasing Loxton North’s 60. Speaking of low scores, Morgan did not fare much better in Mid Murray Cricket, all out for 53 against Waikerie and BSR scraped to 52 against Claypans.

Search for the best sledges ■ PLAYS and Misses is looking for the best and most inventive sledges ever heard in local cricket. Obviously the sledges need to be in good taste. We will publish the most creative entries in the column each week. Email your sledges with your first name and where you are from to sportsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

Youngsters on the radar ■ THE most promising aspect of local cricket is the up and coming youngsters appearing at senior level and doing well. Seventeen-year-olds Berri’s Colby Harris and Loxton’s Kale Smith are just two players to watch in the future.

Pleasing attendance

Unpredictable pictches ■ THERE have been several questions posed over the quality of pitches in the Riverland. While most have played well to date, extra grass covering and some pitches struggling with the wet conditions could cause unpredictable situations in the coming rounds. The Renmark pitch, in particular (pictured), during close inspection this week, appears to have a large soft patch in the centre and will be challenging for both bowlers and batsmen with more moisture.

■ ORGANISERS were pleased with the roll up of juniors to the Milo and primary age registration session at the Berri No 2 oval last Sunday morning. Already one new team has been formed for the older group and they will play a game against Renmark this Sunday at the same venue, starting at 9am. A return game will be held at Renmark the following Sunday. Numbers suggest that a second team is quite likely to form, so anyone still interested in joining the 8 to12 age group is invited to contact Todd Charlton or Matthew Clifford on 8582 3899. Meanwhile, Milo In2 cricket for the 4 to 8 year range has been established right across the Riverland and people wishing to have their children, boys and girls, try the game in a fun situation, are urged to contact their local cricket club.

Fitzsimmons too good for B grade cricket

Basketball’s in the blood for Wright

■ RENMARK was obviously extremely short on regular players when they went down heavily to an also below strength Berri in last Saturday’s A grade round. The 2010-11 champions Renmark would be lamenting the absence of one of its match winners from last season’s grand final, Luke Fitzsimmons, who because of injury, is only managing to help out the B grade at this stage. Fitzsimmons, a former SACA District and SA Country Outbacks opening bowler, has suffered injury in recent seasons but we recall that in 2010-11, he worked his way back to fitness in time to destroy grand final favourite Loxton with a superb display with the ball. His Royals team-mates will be hoping he will return to top level sooner than later. Mind you, injury or not, Luke still managed an eye catching performance in last Saturday’s B grade clash with Berri, just missing out on a quick fire century and then at reduced throttle, crashing through the opposition batting, including a hattrick. The A grade boys must be thinking he would still be value in their side, even if they have to grant him light duties for a time.

■ STAR: Barmera Lakers’ Kenny Wright has a passion for basketball and has enjoyed success at local level in recent years. Photo: CALLUM TRIFONOFF By CALLUM TRIFONOFF

Thorpe shows his class in Mallee ■ LOOKING at the results of the first three rounds of the Pinnaroo and Border season, two things immediately stand out. Firstly, Parrakie has started 2011-12 in a fashion that shows last season’s premiership effort was no ‘flash in the pan’. Secondly, star batsman Haydon Thorpe’s form with the bat will help Parrakie’s premiership chances. All matches so far have been one dayers and Thorpe has batted twice for scores of 95 against Lameroo and 77 versus Murrayville, with Parrakie winning both games.. Pinnaroo has also played only two matches and with victories over Parilla and Murrayville, share the lead on the premiership table with the reigning champions. In other matches, Parilla won a low scoring game against Murrayville in round one and last Saturday, in contrast, Lameroo accounted for Parilla in a high scoring affair. Looking at some individual performances, Parrakie’s attack has been spearheaded by Duane Simon with five scalps across two outings, while for Pinnaroo, stalwart Sunyl Vogt has made two half centuries and Brad Rosenzwig boasts a 4 for 2 effort with the ball. Parilla’s strength has been its attack, with Jarrod Kerber claiming 5 for 21 and Leith Dabinett 5 for 11, aided by a half century from Nick Dabinett. Lameroo has been best served by Craig Altus, 38 and 51, Josh Ridgway 69 , young Martin Sumner with a 50 and Josh and Jayden Barrett, each with three wicket hauls. Last season grand finalists Murrayville have struggled so far with all-rounders Drew Crane and Matt Parker among a number of key players missing from last season. However, 76 to Kevin Wyatt and some wickets from bowlers, including Warren Crane and Bradley Watson, perhaps indicates that it will gradually build in strength. A pleasing aspect of the results so far is the number of promising juniors that have been prominent in the senior competition.

KENNY Wright is a talented athlete who excels at a number of sports but he has a passion for basketball which puts it above the rest. The quick footed Barmera Lakers player has enjoyed a successful run with the club in the Riverland Basketball Association and is this season aiming for a fourth straight premiership. While the team’s flag defence started off on the wrong foot with a loss to Loxton, Kenny is not too concerned. Instead he is happy to be playing the sport he loves. “It’s not about winning premierships,” he said. “It’s just about playing with a good bunch of mates and having some fun. “I’ve met so many people (through the sport), not just in Barmera but in the Riverland. “We go out to play the game and have a bit of fun and winning’s a bonus for me.” The game of basketball has always appealed to Wright, who joined the Lakers at the age of 12. Wright believes it will be another close season with all teams capable of winning the title. “Loxton knocked us off and they’ve got some new faces,” he said. “They played really well. “Renmark are always strong. “Craig Seekamp, who I consider to be the best basketballer in the Riverland, he’s always so hard to stop. “Berri, when we play them, we try and play a bit of a running game because of their height. “I think they’ll be the big improvers.” Wright is confident, despite the loss of premiership hero Adam Grose to archrival Berri, that Barmera’s key players can continue to perform. “Obviously there’s a little bit of pressure to perform well this year,” he said. “We lost Mason Middleton this year so we’re lacking a bit of height.” “We’ve got a lot of senior guys and we’ve played together for a while now, so we know how each other play. “Danny and Dillon Millard, they’re still very smart basketballers, they take a fair bit of the load on. “We’ve still got the reliable Ryan Hodgson...he’s handy to have back there.”


Thursday October 27, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 29

RIVERLAND SPORT PHOTOS ■ ACE: Local tennis star Jack Quintel is ready to serve in a game at the Berri View Lawn Tennis Club on the weekend.

■ BOWL: Waikerie-Ramco bowler Ben Schiller strides in for the Riverland during the interassociation match against Pinnaroo to Border.

■ SHOT: Loxton’s Josh Deren hits the ball long against Waikerie-Ramco in Riverland A grade cricket on the weekend.

■ RETURN: Returning the ball in a game at the Berri View Lawn Tennis Club was Megan Hill. Photos: CHLOE OSBORNE

Photo: BRAD PERRY

■ BLOCK: Berri’s Ryan Dale in action against Renmark in Riverland A grade cricket on the weekend. Photo: CHLOE OSBORNE

■ WHACK: Shenae Rucioch hits the ball during a game at the Berri View Lawn Tennis Club.

■ HIT: Pinnaroo to the Border batsman Nick Dabinett hits the ball against the Riverland side on the weekend. Photo: BRAD PERRY

Photo: CHLOE OSBORNE

■ SKILL: One of the skilful riders who took part in a Renmark motorcross event. Photo: CHLOE OSBORNE

■ MATCH: A rider participates in a Riverland Motorcross Club event at the weekend.

■ EASE: Berri bowler Trevor Marshall sends the ball down the lane in Riverland bowls on Saturday.

■ BOWL: Barmera bowler Peter Enky bowls against Berri on the weekend.

Photos: CHLOE OSBORNE

Saville’s tennis success sees interest at Cobdogla By CALLUM TRIFONOFF THE recent success of Cobdogla tennis ace Luke Saville (pictured) has filtered through to his hometown club. The Cobdogla Tennis Club has seen a positive flow of junior numbers since Saville’s Wimbledon Boys’ Final win this year. Not only is the club receiving strong interest in the game but so is the overall organisation. “In the juniors, we’ve got an extra team or two,” Cobdogla Tennis Club president Shane Nettle said.

“We’ve got 15 or 20 four to six year olds. “It’s definitely a really good atmosphere around the club.” Mr Nettle said the club is hoping the extra interest in tennis will see more senior numbers join to form a division three team on top of division one and two. Saville’s achievements have added to Cobdogla’s reputation and Mr Nettle said he is proud of the club’s former talent. “It’s magnificent because people just don’t realise the time and effort to even get anywhere,” he said.

“He’s got a (big future ahead) obviously but he’s a great kid and to reach that level is phenomenal.” Mr Nettle said generations of families playing at the club has helped keep it strong. “We’ve been lucky with the really strong family units to get out numbers,” he said. Meanwhile, Saville won the Don Turnbull Perpetual Trophy at the annual Tennis SA awards on Saturday night. The young talent will also healdine the first ever National Tennis League to be held in Adelaide next month.


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CHARLIE’S SPORTS GOSS WITH GRAHAM CHARLTON

Chasing his dream

■ IT IS hard to remember that young Berri soccer player Lewis Vallelonga is still only 17 years of age. Already he has spent several years living in England pursuing a professional career with club’s like Hull in the UK Premier League. Now after returning to the Riverland and to studies at Glossop High School prior to the 2011 soccer season, Vallelonga (pictured) continues to chase a dream to play his sport at the highest level that he can. And in something of another kick start to his career, he has made considerable progress towards those goals in the 2011 season. Vallelonga played a few matches with his home club Berri River Rangers before signing with Adelaide Comets, a relatively new club formed in 1994, in the Adelaide Premier League. Travelling to the city to train and play, he started in the under 17 competition, progressed to under 19s, reserves and was added to the senior squad. Just before the finals began, Vallelonga was given the experience of some appearances in the Premier League team and on one occasion scored a goal after earlier on the same day playing for the reserves and scoring in that game as well. Comets went on to gain promotion to Super League for 2012 but Lewis will not be with them. With his contract expiring, he will transfer to Polonia Adelaide Sports Club’s Croydon Kings, also in Super League, and play under much travelled player and coach John Kosmina. Polonia is a much older club, founded in 1950, and is where Kosmina started his long and varied career. It was promoted to Super League after winning the 2010 Premier League title and in 2011, retained its position by finishing eighth after some promising performances against higher ranked teams. Under Kosmina, Vallelonga hopes to be part of a successful period for the Kings and at the same time further develop his own game and career. Training commences in November, so at the end of the school year he will move to Adelaide full time. Off the soccer pitch he is looking at options to study for a diploma in sport.

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Early upsets in new Riverland sporting seasons creates...

Unpredictable summer ■ WITH the 2011-12 summer sports season now almost at full steam, the Riverland has become almost ‘upset city’ over the past week or so. It all started last week, including in round one of the basketball competitions, when huge performances from 201011 male Most Valuable Player Brad Mules (17 points) and Tyson Hoffmann (11) lifted Loxton to a 41-24 victory over reigning premiers Barmera. It was also pleasing to see in the women’s competition, defending champion Renmark did not have it all its own way against the new Development team winning 47-32. As far as the Barmera men are concerned, this defeat represents a slow start to the season but opponents be warned, that was also the situation this time last year. Women’s pennant bowls last week was a raffle, as they firstly played round four on Wednesday and then had catch up for round two on Friday. Newly promoted Lyrup provided the biggest shock with two victories in two outings over Loxton and 2010-11 champions Barmera. Barmera had been in awesome form earlier but on Wednesday had been brought back to earth by Berri with a 48 all draw. How tight were these match ups? With Berri rinks named first, Jan Grosser defeated Sheila Lockwood 16-15, Kath Mader went down to Betty Jaeschke 17-19 and Marg Cooper won 15-14 against Gloria Burns. The Lyrup ladies must be cock ‘a’ hoop with their giant killing week. And it was a real team effort with the rinks led by Nora Burns, Ros Smith and Sue Lloyd, all playing a part. Seemingly not to be outdone, men’s bowls also produced some surprises in Saturday’s pennants. On the face of it Berri thrashed Barmera four rinks to

■ ON A ROLL: Barmera bowler Terry Brown sends a lawn bowl down during the weekend’s unpredictable start to the 2011-12 Riverland summer sporting season. Photo: CHLOE OSBORNE nil, 104-76 but on closer inspection, the match-ups tell a story of a much keener contest than that. Andrew Hill 21 defeated Ian Wandel 18, Andy Gapco won against Phil Ashton 20-18, Mark Kubank against John Morena 22-19 but Dennis Treloar’s 4121 result against Dennis Wutke proved the main difference. The other two matches have to be classified as upsets. Waikerie, at home, won three rinks and drew the other in bringing Renmark’s improved start to the new season to an

abrupt halt, while at Loxton 2010-11 history repeated itself when the home side went down to Renmark RSL. In its opening round, tennis also proved to be a tipsters nightmare throughout the divisions. At top level, returning Waikerie quickly served notice there is some talent amongst its pre-season ‘unknown’ lineup, with a confidence boosting seven sets to five win over 201011 premiers Cobdogla. Cobdogla, down from two to one division one teams, cer-

State singles bowls at Waikerie ■ THE North East zone component of the State Open Bowls Singles Championships returns to Waikerie this Sunday. Berri club-mates Pieter Raams and Graeme King will meet in game one, John Van der Wyst (Renmark RSL) to play Peter Uranjek (Lyndoch), in game two and Loxton’s Trevor Schulz up against Waikerie’s Roger Da-

vies in game three. Another Barossa entrant Endunda’s Bob Hmatyszn has a bye. Twenty-six players lined up for last Sunday’s sectional play at Waikerie, competing in seven groups and of the seven sectional winners, all but Roger Davies won all of their matches. Amongst a number of prominent bowlers to miss

out on the finals were Berri former state player Dennis Treloar, who finished level with Davies in section four on four points but was three ‘shots up’ in arrears. Leading Barossa bowler Chris Rule was two points behind Schulz in section four and Waikerie’s Gary Pursche trailed Hmatyszyn by the same margin in section seven.

Fun, run, walk for a good cause ■ ORGANISERS of the third annual Fun Run and Walk, which is a fundraiser for the Riverland Branch of Make-A-Wish Australia, have listened to the suggestions from some of last year’s participants. The courses for the 2011 event to be held at Lake Bonney on Sunday November 6 have been lengthened to 6 kilometres for the runners and 5 kilometres for walkers after many consid-

ered the distances a bit short last time. Registration for the event is $5 per person, opening at 8am for a 9am start, with the start and finish points at the Barmera Recreation Centre. A variety of awards and prizes will be presented on the day, including for the fastest male, female, boy and girl, youngest and oldest participant, as well as everyone who takes part will receive a voucher form the

Vitality Health Club. Up to 100 people have enjoyed this fantastic social event while supporting a worthy cause in the past two years. Complimentary water and orange juice will be provided while there is a sausage sizzle at the conclusion of the run/walk. For further information contact Dallas Zelliff 0431 352 168, or Adrian Pipe 0401 100 202.

tainly had a new look about it and that probably puts a different complexion on a number of these early season upset results. With most of our sports experiencing well publicised difficulties in getting 2011-12 underway, a number of clubs will take some time in assembling their top line-up. Nevertheless, unpredictable and competitive contests will soon have us putting any stumbling starts behind us and enjoying a bumper summer season ahead. Bring it on!

Riverland triumphs ■ From Page 32 The chief destroyers were Hughes with 3 for 44, Jake Albrecht, who has discarded his medium pacers to fill a void at Loxton with off spin, 5 for 19, and young medium pacers, brothers Kale and Ryan Smith with a wicket apiece, wrapped the innings up for 136. Kevin Wyatt with 22 and Nick Dabinett, 17, were the best of the other batsmen for the visitors. New Murray Districts Organiser Michael Gutsche was pleased with the work out for some experienced members of the zone squad, as well as the promise displayed by a number of juniors involved in a very competitive contest. His next chance to look at some possible talent for the annual SACA Country Carnival in Adelaide will now come when Pinnaroo and Border meets Mid Murray at Lameroo, on November 13, and then when the Riverland is up against Mid Murray at Waikerie a fortnight later.


Thursday October 27, 2011 – Riverland Weekly • 31 ‘Whenever the helmet comes off, that’s not a good sign ~ Casey Stoner

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The margin Loxton defeated reigning premiers Barmera in round one of RBA action.

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■ TALENT: The Riverland Motocross Club has seen a rise in members and talented riders in past months.

THERE has been a new buzz around the Riverland Motocross Club at the speedway complex at Renmark`s Calperum Hill, with an increase in not only riders but importantly in officials, club members and volunteers. With the season just ended, club president Loxton’s Nigel Rollbusch is enthusiastic about the sport’s future in this area, complimenting his current committee for their commitment and also the number of people who have stepped up to help run the club and its race days in recent times. “There is a new fresh approach,” he said. “We are working to encourage as many young riders as we can to try motocross and if they like it, take up riding full time.” Rollbusch explained that for demonstration and try out sessions, interested youngsters did not have to go to the

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expense of a fully fledged licence but could obtain a one day cover before even thinking of committing to joining the club. Currently between 50 and 60 riders have been attending race days, an increase of 20 or so on previous numbers.

We are working to encourage as many young riders as we can to try motocross.

The club also receives a lot of support at its events by members of clubs like Mildura and Robinvale and in fact, the latter is considering becoming involved in a points series with the

Riverland club next season. Local riders also reciprocate by travelling to Sunraysia to compete. Also a possibility for the next Riverland season, which will commence in March and continue until around November, is a round of the state titles. Rollbusch explained that race days are held monthly and that in 2012 there will again be an emphasis on demonstration and come and try days right from the opening of the season. “We integrate the try out sessions where we have qualified coaches present with our race days,” he said. “There are demo bikes of different classes there for people of all ages to try out on.” The message is that for anyone wanting to try motocross, our local club is now making it much easier for them do so.

Berri, Barmera lead the way in round two baseball action

Where are they now?

Courageous Ken ■ FORMER Berri cricketer, footballer and Riverland Football League field umpire Ken Holzer today lives with his wife and family in Wodonga after transferring for work. I can remember watching Ken play sport in his younger days, both during summer and winter, and there is one incredible memory. Holzer never gave anything but his utmost, he had no second gear. At cricket he was an aggressive medium pace bowler. At football he played through the Berri junior ranks to senior level, mostly in B Grade but with some A Grade experience. He won the league’s B Grade Best and Fairest medal. In the end he was perhaps too courageous for his own good. With a young family, a bad run with injury saw him retire as a player after some 190 senior games and turn to umpiring. In a long career, he won gold and silver medals as he notched up around 300 appearances with the whistle, a performance that gained him life membership of the RFL Umpires Association. But unfortunately injury did not escape him there either, as in a less than memorable incident at Cobdogla he was hurt when a scuffle involving players, officials and spectators got out of control. He lost confidence, drifted out of the umpiring scene and returned to the Demon camp as coach of the Under 13s. But on moving to Wodonga, he firstly associated himself with the Raiders Football Club with the

same red and blue colours as Berri, then made his way back as a member of the North East Umpires League with which he has added another 130 or so matches. The umpires have their own clubrooms, boast around 100 members (field, boundary and goal) but operate for nearly 50 club’s across five leagues. “We seldom umpire a team more than once in a season,” he said. “Because of the large number of clubs and grades and a shortage of ovals, we have Saturday and Sunday football.” “We travel from Bright, where it can be very cold and wet, to Wagga with the longest trip around 150 kilometres” he added. “Like many other areas we are an ageing panel but I enjoy it here because with umpires scarce, you are really appreciated through the various leagues.” Holzer explained that Ovens and Murray is the biggest, strongest and most serious football league in the region, involving 10 clubs from Albury, Wodonga, Corowa, Lavington, Wangaratta, Yarrawonga and Myrtleford. At the Wodonga Raiders Club, Holzer “just helps around the place”. He explains that right throughout the Ovens and Murray and the adjoining leagues, including Hume and Upper Murray, “they are spending big money on players”. “Everyone is paid,” he said. “Even young, new players are getting $80 cash in hand. “I also believe fringe players in the Ovens and Murray are going off to the

minor leagues and getting up to $400 or $500 per game.” It was good to catch up with Holzer as he is busy in his position with Visyboard and also seems comfortable in the latest chapter of an umpiring career that heads towards 450 games. “The clubs are good,” he said. “They even have a feed and beer lined up for you (if you are not the driver) after the game.” Holzer is the son of a recent subject of this column, popular local football gatekeeping and thoroughbred racing identity John Holzer. Which brings me to an amusing storym that may be adapated in the Riverland. A few weeks ago John headed the family car towards Wodonga for a visit. Reaching Deniliquin they came to a landmark roundabout that has exits to some five destinations. It was busier than usual as the town was hosting its Deni Ute Muster that had attracted some 7000 utes and 20,000 visitors to the town. “The lineup heading to Albury-Wodonga stretched for as far as Berri to Renmark,” John said. “I explained to a police officer that I was not interested in the ute show but just wanted to get on my way to Wodonga but all he did was invite me to join the queue. “It took us two and three quarter hours to get out of town. “On the way back a local told me the event injected some $3 million into the place. “It just shows what can be done if you come up with an idea like that”.

IT was another interesting round of A grade baseball with Berri and Barmera recording comfortable wins. Berri opened the scoring early in its clash with Renmark, scoring two runs in the first inning and eventually winning 7-1. Jed Miller managed two

safe hits, while Nick Kuhn, Paul Reid and Brenton Halupka all scored singles. For Renmark, pitcher Stefan Best managed an impressive six strike outs. Tim Golding led the way on the mound for Barmera in its 6-2 demolition of Loxton.

After winning first up, Loxton was confident of making it two in a row but two safe hits to Marcus Owen sealed the deal. The highlight of the match was a doubleplay where Loxton runners at first and second were both thrown out.

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Riverland BOWLED OVER Thursday, October 27, 2011

Issue No. 201

By GRAHAM CHARLTON RIVERLAND defeated Pinnaroo and Border by 22 runs in a seesawing inter-association clash at Loxton on Sunday. Batting first, the home side was given a solid start by left handed Brad Walter (58) and Paul Burnett (28) in a 76 run opening stand but a middle order collapse put the Mallee team well on top. That was until a rear guard recovery involving Chris Hughes (11) and, in a last wicket partnership of 28, Ben Schiller (15 not

Wright on the ball

out) and Ryan Smith (12), took the final tally to 158. For Pinnaroo and Border, Haydon Thorpe showed his all-round skills with his medium pace to capture 3 for 16, impressive young left armer Brad Rosenzweig took 2 for 22 and Andrew Bradley 2 for 35. In reply, Pinnaroo looked well on track for its target while Thorpe was in command at the crease but his dismissal for a well compiled 61, effectively spelled the end of the chase. ■ Continued Page 30

■ OUT: Pinnaroo and Border opening bastman Sunyl Vogt is cleaned bowled by a delivery from Berri fast bowler Chris Hughes during the weekend’s inter-association match. Photo: BRAD PERRY

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Riverland Weekly  

Issue 201 October 27 2011

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