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â– NATURE: DENR district ranger Phil Strachan at an area of Katarapko floodplain yesterday that is already seeing water from high river flows. Photo: BRAD PERRY

Member for Chaffey demands answers from State Government over millions of dollars in lost production

WORTHLESS WATER

By BRAD PERRY

MEMBER for Chaffey Tim Whetstone has accused the State Government of spending about $60 million of taxpayers’ money on water trades that are currently worth less than $2 million. He said Riverland food producers lost millions of dollars worth of

revenue in the 2010-11 water season as the State Government forced irrigators to remain on reduced water allocations, while it “propped up SA Water’s full entitlement from the River Murray�. “Irrigators in the Riverland deserve an explanation from the Minister,� Mr Whetstone said. “The water that was carried

over by the Minister was unnecessary since South Australia received its full entitlement the following year. “The Minister had every indication that SA would receive its full entitlement but refused to consider giving irrigators their full entitlements before July 1 last year. “Irrigators estimate this

cost them millions of dollars in lost production.� During question time in Parliament yesterday, River Murray and Water Minister Paul Caica said the Riverland was in drought and the State Government did what was required. “We spent many tens of millions of dollars to purchase water at

or around the market price at that stage to keep permanent plantings alive, to ensure that the Riverland itself, like the Lower Lakes, lived to fight another day,� he said. “We did what we needed to do.

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CAR PARKING in the major Riverland towns seems to be an issue that is frequently raised. Berri is currently undergoing a traffic report by engineers which will provide an insight into any problems. I agree with many local business owners that there is not enough parking within walking distance to some shops. There are predictions around that given the Riverland is an attractive option for retirees, the population may steadily rise. If that is the case, the current car parking system in Berri will only experience further pressures. There is also minimal room for a car towing a caravan or a large sized camper van to stop in the Berri town centre. Let’s face it, many tourists would drive straight past Berri and onto Renmark if there are no areas to stop. That is where the town needs to be proactive and find ways to bring these tourists in. In both Loxton and Renmark, or any town across the region, tourists could easily drive past if they found it difficult to park. People will argue there are plenty of parking spots for cars in the region. Ultimately we need an attractive, tourist specific parking area in each town so they are guaranteed to stop and spend.

MURRAY Zircon’s Mindarie Mine is on target to recommence production within six months. The reopening is expected to create around 60 jobs on top of local electricians and turners who were recently employed to work on the site. A smaller attendance was on hand for another community meeting in East Murray on Tuesday night but Murray Zircon director Steve McEwen said the evening was productive. “We’re on target to put in

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what we call the cover crops onto the rehabilitated land in April,” he said. “We’ve advised the community that we’ve commenced then recommissioning or refurbishment of our primary concentrated plant which is the major bit of plant we’ll be using. “There certainly is a lot more activity up there at the moment than there has been for a little while now and that will just float along as we move towards the recommencement.” Mr McEwen said transporting zircon from the region was an issue raised, with

some concern about trucking it out via the Karoonda to Wunkar road. “We did ask the department when we met with them whether or not it could be upgraded because it’s a state managed road and they indicated there are a lot of roads in the country in that condition and they would be getting to it when they could,” he said. Those in attendance also discussed the possibility of lodging an application to the Federal Government to source funding to boost telecommunications in the Alawoona to Karoonda blackspot area.

Dahlias bounce back at Winkie BY JUSTIN EVERS FIVE months since a freak storm tore apart his dahlia shadehouse, Winkie resident John Menzel has rebuilt his beloved structure. The storm, which hit last October, left only one post standing in Mr Menzel’s shelter. “We were running pretty close to the thin line and there is still little things to be done but it’s all up and running good now,” he said. Mr Menzel said he was really thankful for all the help he received during months of rebuilding. “We had a small group of people help us rebuild which was really good,” he said. Just three weeks after the storm, Mr Menzel was able to begin growing

■ GROWING: Winkie resident John Menzel rebuilt his shadehouse just five months after an agressive storm ripped it apart. Photo: JUSTIN EVERS

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MORE than 50 people attended the Riverland’s first ever paranormal information night in Renmark on Friday. In attendance were two members of Adelaide based The Paranormal Guide (TPG) and members of the Riverland Unexplained Paranormal Investigation team (RUPI). Founder of The Paranormal Guide Ashley Hall, who previously lived in the Riverland, said the response to the information session was pleasing. “I was actually quite surprised with the turnout itself because I use to live in Renmark prior to 2009 and a lot of the people I talked to then were kind of against this sort of thing,” he said. “I’ve found it quite encouraging that there seems to be a polarity shift in what people believe and what people feel comfortable talking about out there.” Following the information session, TPG and RUPI members investigated what is believed to be the Riverland’s original morgue in Renmark. TPG technician Paul Tipic said during the one hour long operation the group’s high tech equipment picked up words from what he said was believed to be a spirit of a little boy. Mr Hall said the group will return to the region. “When I lived in the Riverland I’d heard of quite a few haunted locations, so the morgue is obviously just the tip of the iceberg,” he said.

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Mallee CEO steps down SOUTHERN Mallee District Council chief executive officer Rod Ralph will step down from his role on July 15 following a decision not to renew his contract. With Mr Ralph’s five year term coming to an end, he has chosen to move out of the area and return to Adelaide. He said the decision is based on personal reasons and has not been caused by any criticism towards himself or council in recent years. “While your comments are correct that there’s been some issues, I just keep reminding everyone that they’re not issues specific to this council, they are issues faced by many councils

and it just reflects the change in how local government needs to operate to be successful in meeting the needs of its community,” he said. “I’ve made a decision not to renew that contract and I have a house in Adelaide. “My wife has returned back to Adelaide and I’m hoping to find work in the near future closer to Adelaide instead.” Mr Ralph said managing debt has been one of the biggest challenges he has faced during his time as CEO of the council. “I don’t want to suggest that Southern Mallee is different to most other local government, we all face a number of challenging times, one of them largely being financial,” he said.

■ OVER: Southern Mallee District Council chief executive officer Rod Ralph will leave his role in July. “The other one is a lot of councils have either ageing asset infrastructure being wastewater

Future remains cautious for irrigators despite 100 per cent allocation start SOUTH Australian Murray Irrigators chairperson Caren Martin welcomed yesterday’s announcement that irrigators will begin the new water year with 100 per cent allocation but remains cautious about the future. River Murray Minister Paul Caica said the early announcement gives irrigators and water users the certainty they need to make important business decisions for the coming water year beginning in July. It will be the second successive year irrigators open with 100 per cent water allocation but Mrs Martin said there are still many

issues growers are dealing with. “I think the (100 per cent allocation) announcement is to be expected in a flood year,” she said. “There are still lots of issues to deal with and the certainty not there across the board. “So as far as moving forward with further investment, I think people are still waiting to see what the near future holds.” Minister Caica said South Australia will receive its full 1850 gigalitre entitlement flow during 2012-13. He said while the return of flows is welcome,

irrigators cannot forget the devastating impacts of the drought which was exacerbated by the historic over allocation of the river’s water by upstream states. “It was only the prompt action taken by the State Government to suspend trade from New South Wales until March 31 that has ensured irrigators can have access to their full allocations from July,” he said. Mrs Martin described the suspension of water trades between South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales as “politics at its worst”.

Whetstone demands answers ■ From Page 1 “We paid what we had to, to make sure that permanent plantings in the Riverland remained alive...and to do what was necessary to ensure that critical human needs for water was not compromised.” Minister Caica said the carryover system for the coming irrigation season has been compromised. “On the matter of carryover, I worked very closely with our irrigators in the Riverland, and elsewhere, to put in

Caica: We stopped trade to protect entitlement security LAST week the State Government announced the immediate suspension of water trading from New South Wales to South Australia until the end of March. While I acknowledge this may have caused some issues for a small number of irrigators, particularly those that hold water licenses in both NSW and SA, the State Government was forced to take this immediate action in the interests of the irrigation community as a whole. It was not something that we wanted to do and the action taken was limited to what is absolutely necessary to protect our entitlements for the next water year, while minimising any disruption to trade for irrigators wishing to buy and sell water in and out of SA. We made the decision after the Victorian Government’s announcement of an embargo on the trade of some water allocations for the remainder of the 2011–12 water year from

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PAUL CAICA NSW and a subsequent move by NSW to suspend water allocation trade with South Australia from April 1 to June 30. The action’s of NSW created a major incentive for NSW irrigators to trade large quantities of water into SA before April 1 this year with a view to then potentially having it moved on into Victoria most likely after April 1. The problem for SA is that any water traded to Victoria after April 1 is treated as “late trade” and is accounted for in the next water year (2012/13). This means that any imbalance in trade in and out of Victoria between April 1 and the next water year will potentially come off SA’s 1850 entitlement flow, which could subsequently impact on our ability to provide

and the other being the requirement for better, newer stormwater management. “There’s things like the rural property addressing that we’ve had to implement which has added further cost to something which wasn’t a core local government undertaking to start off with. “The net result for this period of time is we have gone into greater debt than what we would of wished but I balance that with the need for people living within our region to have good working, critical infrastructure.” Mr Ralph has also indicated to council that he is currently looking for new employment and may leave the position before his five year term expires.

full allocations. It is concerning that despite the high levels of rainfall and flooding in Victoria and NSW, SA still has to take extraordinary measures to protect the security of entitlements of our irrigators against actions by upstream States. I have subsequently announced that irrigators in South Australia will be able to start the water year on 100 per cent allocation. But the Victorian and NSW suspensions demonstrate that when it comes to Murray-Darling Basin water the upstream states will always act in their own self interest without regard to its broader impacts within the Basin. It also emphasises the need to have an equitable and strong Basin Plan that puts the needs of the whole Basin above the parochial interests of individual states and why the South Australia is not prepared to accept second best.

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She joins Loxton Waikerie councilor Trevor Norton, Jerry Wilson and Barry Laubsch who were also appointed. “I just wanted to follow through on seeing the Riverland take advantage of all options that could come for rebuilding our economy,” Ms Foley said.

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■ WATER: DENR district ranger Phil Strachan looking over water as it flows onto the Katarapko floodplain due to high River Murray high flows into the region.

THE closure of the Lock 4 Reserve to allow water flow over the Katarapko floodplain will significantly benefit the environment but at the same time restrict camping at Easter. The reserve was closed for an indefinite period last Friday and roads to Lock 4 have been breached to allow the steady flow of water onto the floodplain, based adjacent to Berri. Department of Environment and Natural Resources district ranger Phil Strachan said inundation of the floodplain will be very beneficial for the environment. “By opening the road

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BRAD PERRY we allow the water to go through at it’s natural height and the main benefit of that is all of the regeneration we’ve got and there is a lot of eucalypt regeneration through that area that will now get another water,” he said. However, Mr Strachan said the release of water onto the floodplain will mean a number of camp sites at Easter will be inaccessible.

“The actual Lock itself is getting refurbished and to allow some of the machinery in and out a temporary road was built to accommodate the size of some of the machines, in particular the cranes,” he said. “Lock 4 infrastructure has been decommissioned because of high water, so they’ve taken all the machinery out and basically the temporary road has to be breached… to allow water over the floodplain. “It all happened very quickly this high water.” With flows above 50,000 megalitres per day currently coming into

South Australia, Mr Strachan said between 50 to 75 per cent of campsites in the region will be still be accessible during the Easter period. He said camping areas at Katarapko, Eckert’s and Lyrup flats will potentially be unavailable if water continues to rise in the coming weeks. “As soon as it goes over 60,000 megalitres per day about 50 per cent (of campsites) are available,” he said. Work will begin again at Lock 4 when flows drop to below 35,000 megalitres per day, which is expected to be around October.

Wildlife enclosure set to become tourism drawcard A BERRI based wildlife enclosure currently home to emus and kangaroos will expand as part of a strategy to attract more tourists to the region. Situated on the Sturt Highway next to the new Riverland Industry Park, the wildlife en-

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■ WOOD TURNING: Riverland Woodworkers’ (from left) John Lacey, president Brian Lock, Carol Edwards, Jack Glazbrook and secretary David Turnbull ready for this weekend’s visit from two top wood turners.

Riverland Woodworkers boosted by prestigious visit TWO of Australia’s top wood tuners are visiting Renmark this weekend in what is being described as a major boost for the Riverland Woodworkers group. Ron Allen and George Pastuch will be showing off their skills to Riverland Woodworkers and the public at the local clubrooms in Renmark over two days. Riverland Woodworkers

publicity officer Jack Glazbrook is hoping the visit by the accomplished wood turners will attract more members for the club. “It’s just a great boost to have them come, they have so many skills that we don’t have anybody to teach us up here,” he said. Mr Glazbrook said the organization has more than 50 members and he believes it helps keep the

elderly active. “I personally think if you don’t do something when you’re retired you can get in a bit of a hole and possibly die young,” he said. The age of club members varies with the oldest being 92 and the youngest less than 10 years of age. The public can attend the wood turning workshops at the Renmark premises on Saturday from 1pm.


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Public meeting over drag strip?

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■ SMILES: Isabella Travaglione, 11 and Justice Ebert, 9, of Waikerie ,enjoying an icream on the riverfront. BY JUSTIN EVERS

■ PATIENT: Riverland Motorsport Club president Denis Oates has waited more than 10 years for a drag strip to be established in the region. Photo: BRAD PERRY

THE Riverland Motorsport Club is likely to call a public meeting in a bid to end negative talk about whether the establishment of a drag strip and driver education facility in the region will ever occur. An agreement between the Berri Barmera Council and the motorsport club to lease land near the Riverland Field Days site in Barmera is expected to be agreed to in the coming months. However, Riverland Motorsport Club president Denis Oates said some people in the region have lost faith in the de-

cade long drag strip battle and he said a public meeting would demonstrate whether there is widespread support for the project. “A lot of it is negative talk because they are saying we’ll never get it off the ground because of the time frame,” Mr Oates said. “It is only really a dedicated few that have kept this thing going. “I think we’re going to end up calling a public meeting to find out whether or not the Riverland wants this project to go ahead or whether that’s it.”

The club has been forced to continuously update its business plan and feasibility study for the drag strip and driver education facility as it seeks funding. “We’ve got to do everything right because I’m not going to go through all this garbage again,” Mr Oates said. “We’re in the process of seeing local contractors to get some realistic figures.” Once the drag strip and driver education facility are built, Mr Oates said the whole Riverland economy will benefit. “Once we get it up and go-

ing, the people in the Riverland that will get a big spin off of this, they will be going ‘why didn’t this project happen years ago?’” he said. Mr Oates said he wants to see the project begin “to prove all the doubters wrong” but even he admits after pushing the issue for more than a decade that he will cease involvement if there is anymore lengthy delays. “If we haven’t basically got the go ahead by Christmas this year, that’s it for me, 11 years is enough,” he said.

A BIGGER than expected crowd attended the official opening of the Waikerie riverfront on the weekend. The event, which incorporated a family fun day and movie night, combined with the Waikerie Twilight Markets, in a welcome injection to the local economy. Organiser Yvonne Carter said the night was a major success. “We got over the numbers that we were expecting,” Mrs Carter said. There were a number of features at the event, including an outdoor deckchair cinema featuring the movie Red Dog. There were also some new riverfront features including an adult outdoor gym and toilet blocks that were officially opened to the public on the day. “The kids and the adults were playing on that (the gym) and testing that out,” she said.

Traffic engineers review Berri parking By BRAD PERRY AN appointed engineer will conduct a traffic survey in the Berri district centre this weekend as it prepares a report on parking in the town. Phil Weaver and Associates has been engaged by the Berri Barmera Council to identify issues and provide recommendations through a report on car parking in central Berri. The decision to hire an engineer came after continued public comment about the lack of parking along main streets of the town. Berri District Business Association president Barry Phillips said local businesses are missing out on trade due to a lack of car parks in front of shops. “In Berri there is certainly not a lot of space to attract locals who are the day trippers coming through who would like to pull over and stop and have a

look around,” he said. “People who want to come and visit Berri in particular want to be able to do it without having to walk too far otherwise it will deter the them from staying on.”

by the association. “Berri wants to attract as many people as it can and if it means timed parking is going to increase the local shoppers and tourists it’s a positive step and

We have all that parking down at the senior citizens area but it seems too far away for people. Mr Phillips said feedback he has received from association members is that timed customer car parks are being used by businesses in the area. “It’s all about enabling the customers to park but obviously there have been issues I believe from time to time where parks have been taking up space a majority of the day where casual parking has been occurring, which has a hindrance on local customers to go shopping,” he said. Introducing more timed parking would be welcomed

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LIFE would have been very different for Josie Nelsson if she had never moved to the Riverland. Fourty eight years ago she relocated to the region from Unley in Adelaide following her marriage. Living on a winegrape property at Monash with her husband, Josie immediately found the way to meet people in the country was to volunteer her time and get involved in local communities. It was the five decades of service to the region that saw Josie named the 2011 5RM Riverland and Mallee Rotary Club’s Citizen of the Year last week. “I was a bit shocked because I didn’t expect it,” she said. “I’d never lived in the country before and I came

up here really not knowing people, so I got involved in the community. “I believe that if I’d stayed in the city and hadn’t moved into the country, I would never have done the things that I’ve done.” Over the years, the number of community groups and organisations Josie has been involved with amazes her on reflection. From the Berri Barmera Health Advisory Council, the Riverland Private Hospital Board, the Berri Bowling Club, the Riverland Women’s Shelter Management Committee, the Barmera Girl Guides Support Group, the local action planning group and the Riverland Zonta Club, to name a few, Josie has certainly been busy. The former Berri Barmera

$19995 ■ GREAT: Citizen of the Year Josie Nelsson with son Drew, while (inset) guest speaker Graeme Goodsings presents her with the award on Friday. Councillor and deputy mayor believes in helping others. “I don’t believe sitting back criticising what’s going on behind the scenes, get out there and do it,” she said. “If we didn’t have the volunteers, most of the stuff that goes on in this area wouldn’t happen.”

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Karoonda District Hospital group celebrates 65 years

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Auxiliary’s milestone THE Karoonda District Hospital Auxiliary believes the local facility is just as important today as it was when the group formed in 1947. Sixty five years after it was formed, the Karoonda District Hospital Auxiliary celebrated the milestone yesterday. Around 40 past and present members of the auxiliary attended the celebrations to reflect on the group’s achievements. Karoonda District Hospital Auxiliary secretary Carlene Schulz said the auxiliary has helped build health care in the region over an

extensive period. “We’ve always had good membership and people who are prepared to work very hard, particularly in the early days,” she said.

is a very worthwhile thing because we need to keep our hospital going in this community. “It’s a vital place and the biggest employer,

The auxiliary is a very worthwhile thing because we need to keep our hospital going. “In the early years it was very important because there were no government grants as such and any money that the hospital needed was raised by women in the auxiliary. “I think the auxiliary

along with the school, that we have.” The original Karoonda District Hospital was on the corner of Sherlock Road and Audrey Avenue, which later became the doctor’s residence and surgery. The adjacent separate

morgue was used as a patient waiting room. Later on, the hospital moved to Peake Street in a former boarding house and today is located on Stokes Road accommodating 25 long stay residents and four acute beds. Today the auxiliary’s main concern is that Karoonda does not have a resident doctor to service the district population of 1000 people. “Dr. Ahmad left in December after seven years’ service (and) since then the Medical Centre has been serviced by visiting locums,” Mrs Schulz said.

Carbon Farming Initiative workshop FOR farmers wondering what the Carbon Farming Initiative (CFI) has for them, there’s an opportunity to find out while FarmReady subsidies are still available. FarmReady funding runs out in June 2012, so farmers could potentially have 65 per cent of the course fee reimbursed if they act soon. An Introduction to Carbon Farming & Trading is a one-day course to be held at the Bowhill Community Centre on April 4. The CFI allows farmers and land managers to earn carbon credits by storing carbon or reducing greenhouse gas emissions on the land.

These credits (or ‘offsets’) can then be sold to people and businesses wishing to offset their emissions, including the large emitters who are legislated to do so under the carbon pricing mechanism. The one-day workshop will equip farmers to make decisions about the CFI opportunities they will be offered. The training has been developed by Carbon Farmers of Australia, a not-for-profit company, that offers guidance for farmers entering the carbon market, particularly as sellers of carbon offsets. To register call (02) 6374 0329.

LAP’s rebranding World Youth Day celebrations By CALLUM TRIFONOFF

BY JUSTIN EVERS RIVERLAND West Local Action Planning Group committee members have unanimously voted for the group to change its name. The group has been rebranded Riverland West Landcare and project officer Karen Bishop said the name change reflects the roles of the organisation. She said aligning the group with the likes of Landcare will help reach more community members and potential funders. “Having the name Landcare now in our title might actually make people more aware what it is that we do,” she said. “They will perhaps be more inclined to approach us about things. “The philosophy of the Riverland West

Landcare group will still be the same and that is to engage the community in natural resource management of a real broad spectrum of things, from wetlands to dry-lands to water management.” The Riverland West LAP was established in the mid 1990s working with community and landholder groups to protect, restore and enhance natural assets without the region. Mrs Bishop hopes the rebranding will attract more volunteers. “We appreciate our volunteers, they do an awesome job but they get to a point where you’re asking a lot from a small group of people,” she said. An official launch of the new branding for the organisation is expected to take place at a later date.

ABOUT 40 people are expected to attend this weekend’s 2012 World Youth Day Celebrations at the Barmera North Lake Caravan Park. The Riverland’s third World Youth Day celebration event will see people come from as far as Port Pirie join in the celebrations. Event organiser Louise Stavrou said there will be plenty on offer for the weekend’s celebrations, in-

cluding a Young Christian Student presentation, a Palm Sunday Youth Mass and a Pilgrimage Walk. “Especially for those youths in the St Francis Xavier’s parish who have been to World Youth Day internationally and have such inspirational stories to tell, it’s great for people to come and hear them talk,” Mrs Stavrou said. The celebrations, which commence at 12pm on Saturday, will run until the following morning.

Riverland singing group holds information session BY JUSTIN EVERS THE Riverland branch of Sing Australia will be holding a gathering and information session at the Berri Town Hall on Saturday. Leader of the Riverland Sing Australia group Cheryl Ingerson said it is an opportunity to promote the organisation. “We will be singing but that’s only for people that are brave enough to sing,” she said.

The group began late last year and has since gained popularity throughout the region. “I wanted to bring people together that weren’t necessarily great singers but just wanted to enjoy the experience,” she said. “I wanted to have somewhere central so that everyone in the Riverland could get an opportunity to come.” The information session at the Berri Town Hall will begin at 2pm this Saturday.

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Thursday March 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 9

KAROONDA FARM FAIR

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Thousands flocking to Karoonda THE Mallee will come to life at the two day Karoonda Farm Fair this weekend. With more than 300 stalls Zand something for just about everyone, the fair is one of the biggest attractions on the events calendar in the Mallee. The annual fair showcasing local, state and interstate farming and general interest products, services and events attracts up to 15,000 people to Karoonda annually. While there are many primary industry fields at the fair, organisers believe what sets the Karoonda event apart is the entertainment. Included in the busy schedule is the Karoonda Yard Dog Championship, Sheep Counting, Speed and Sports Shearing, Fashion Parades, a Yester Year Display and Log Chopping. A larger Lifestyle Pavilion caters for all indoor exhibitors including clothing, craft, comput-

ing, children’s toys and gardening products. The fair, which began as the Karoonda Sheep Fair in 1985, will take place in the year of the farmer.

It’s a great promotion for Karoonda and its district.

Karoonda Farm Fair manager Ray Bald said the Mallee is proud to host the event and the local community pours many hours of support into helping it to be successful. “It's a great promotion for Karoonda and its district and the people that live in the area certainly get behind it,” he said. “It puts the district in a very good light as far as what the town

has to offer and what the region has to offer and it's also a great fundraiser for the organisations that get involved. “We're very proud of what we produce and a lot of volunteers put time in to make it work.” Mr Bald expects the introduction of log chopping to be a hit, while working dogs, sheep shearing, vintage displays of old cars and machinery and the ute muster should attract large audiences. The Karoonda Cup will also be heavily contested across all ages following its return to the event in 2012, according to Mr Bald. “The Karoonda Cup is a fun thing where you pull a tin sheep 30 metres,” he said. “It will be good fun and all money there goes to charity.” The Karoonda Farm Fair will take place this Saturday and Sunday with gates opening from 9am to 5pm each day.

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Thursday March 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 11

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4.00 New Inventors 4.30 Can We Help? 5.00 Gardening Australia 5.30 Catalyst 6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 Business Today 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Restoration Home 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Sherlock Holmes

1.30 At The Movies 2.00 Letters On The Bridge 3.00 Children’s Programs 6.00 River Cottage 6.50 Minuscule 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 The Straits 9.30 Whitechapel 10.15 Lateline 10.50 The Business

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 Doctor Who: The Doctor hunts the last of the Weeping Angels. 8.10 Doctor Who: Confidential Cutdown 8.30 Spicks And Specks

9.30 Arrested Development 10.00 Grandma's House 10.30 Portlandia: The Mayor turns to Fred and Carrie to help him put together a bigleague baseball team. 10.55 Laid 11.20 Raw Comedy 12.20 Pete Versus Life 12.45 Heartland 1.30 ABC News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Fatal Contact: Bird Flu In America: Joely Richardson 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 Guide To The Good Life 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News

5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 AFL: Richmond v Carlton 10.30 Daredevils 11.30 That ’70s Show 12.00 My Big Friggin Wedding 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.00 Sunrise Extra 5.30 Seven Early News

5.30 Today 9.00 Mornings 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat

6.00 Nine News 6.30 Win News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 RBT 8.30 CSI 9.30 Unforgettable 10.30 CSI: Miami 11.30 The Footy Show 1.00 The Baron 2.00 Guthy Renker 2.30 Trivita 3.00 Danoz 3.30 GMA

6.00 Breakfast 9.00 The Circle 11.30 Children’s Programs 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Project 7.00 The Biggest Loser Singles 7.30 Talkin’ ’Bout Your Generation 8.40 Melbourne International Comedy Gala 2012 10.55 A Gifted Man 11.55 Late Show With David Letterman 1.00 Infomercials

5.00 UEFA Champions League: Quarter Finals 9.30 World Watch 3.00 Letters And Numbers 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News 7.30 Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong

8.00 How To Cook Like Heston 8.30 Two Greedy Italians 9.35 24 Hours In Emergency 10.30 World News 11.05 UEFA Champions League Hour 12.05 The Fixer 1.00 Movie: The Illustrated Family Doctor (Australia) 2.45 Weatherwatch

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6.50 Minuscule 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 QI 8.30 Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: A bizarre death on the stage leads Phryne on a ghost chase. 9.30 Shadow Line 10.30 Lateline 11.10 Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight 12.10 rage

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 Doctor Who 8.10 Doctor Who: Confidential Cutdown 8.30 The Last Man Standing: The fearless athletes go to Bhutan to prepare for a

momentous and difficult archery grudge match. 9.30 Young Soldiers: Follows the first steps of four nervous British Army recruits as they start basic training. 10.30 The Straits 11.25 Being Human 1.25 Lewis Black's 'Root of All Evil' 1.45 ABC News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Dreamgirls: Jamie Foxx, Beyoncé Knowles 3.00 Guide To The Good Life 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 AFL: Hawthorn v Collingwood 10.30 Daredevils 11.30 That ’70s Show 12.00 Movie: Bad Manners: Saul Rubinek, Caroleen Feeney, David Strathairn 2.00 Auction Squad 3.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

5.30 Today 9.00 Mornings 11.00 Nine News 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 The View 2.00 Days Of Our Lives 3.00 Alive And Cooking 3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Nine News 5.30 Hot Seat

6.00 Nine News 6.30 Win News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Movie: Must Love Dogs 9.30 Movie: What Happens In Vegas 11.30 Friday Football: Melbourne Storm v Newcastle Knights 1.30 Friday Football: Brisbane Broncos v St George Illawarra Dragons

6.00 Breakfast 9.00 The Circle 11.30 Children’s Programs 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 4.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 The Bold And

The Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Project 7.00 Young Talent Time 8.00 Movie: Monsters Vs Aliens 10.00 Movie: Twilight: Kristen Stewart 12.30 Late Show With David Letterman 1.30 Movie: To Be Announced 3.00 Home Shopping

5.00 UEFA Europa League: Quarter Finals 9.40 Weatherwatch 2.30 Living Black 3.00 Letters And Numbers 3.30 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Letters And Numbers 6.30 World News

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Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 New Tricks 8.30 Spooks: Harry kidnaps his CIA counterpart, and interrogates him. Things, however, do not go to plan. 9.35 Strike Back 10.20 The Jonathan Ross Show 11.05 Thorne 12.10 rage

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Woodley: Tension between Woodley and Greg eventually explodes during the funeral for Vern. 7.30 Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight 8.30 Movie: The Big Steal: Ben Mendelsohn, Claudia Karvan, Marshall

Napier, Damon Herriman, Angelo D’Angleo 10.10 Movie: The Black Balloon: Rhys Wakefield, Luke Ford, Toni Collette, Erik Thomson, Gemma Ward 11.40 Young Soldiers 12.40 Yes We Canberra! 1.15 The Wire 2.10 ABC News

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show - Weekends 10.00 Children’s Programs 12.00 Minute To Win It 1.00 That ’70s Show 2.00 Movie: Fat Albert: Kenan Thompson 4.00 AFL: Gold Coast

v Adelaide 5.10 Seven News 5.30 AFL: Gold Coast v Adelaide (Cont) 7.00 The Rise And Fall Of Concorde 8.30 Movie: Deja Vu: Denzel Washington 11.10 V8 Supercars: Symmons Plains 12.10 Movie: The Pawn 2.10 The Rugged Coast (Daylight Savings Finishes)

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today Saturday 9.00 Mornings Saturday 10.00 Children's Programs 1.30 Horse Racing: Darley Guineas 4.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 Antiques Roadshow

5.00 Nine News 5.30 Getaway 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Australia's Funniest Home Videos 7.40 Movie: Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince 10.55 Movie: The Fog 1.00 Movie: The Mackintosh Man 3.00 Movie: Link (Daylight Savings Finishes)

6.00 Children’s Programs 9.30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield 10.00 The Doctors 11.00 I Fish 12.00 Surf Life Saving 2.00 Netball: ANZ Championship 2012 4.00 What's Up Down Under 4.30 Places We Go With Jennifer Adams

5.00 Ten News 6.00 Judge Judy 6.30 Jamie’s Fish Suppers 7.30 Modern Family 8.00 Rules Of Engagement 8.30 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 Melbourne International Comedy Gala 2012 11.45 Movie: Seed Of Chucky: Brad Dourif

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World Watch 1.00 In The Tracks Of 2.20 Dalí And The Cinema 3.20 Colouring Light: Brian Clarke 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Hubble's Amazing Rescue 6.30 World News 7.35 Big, Bigger, Biggest 8.30 Rockwiz

9.15 Movie: Into The Wild (The US): Emile Hirsch: After graduating from university, Christopher abandons his life and hitchhikes to Alaska. 11.50 Movie: Dead Snow (Norway): Jeppe Laursen 1.30 Movie: Zatoichi (Japan): Tadanobu Asano 3.30 Weatherwatch

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3.55 Vincent Van Gogh 5.00 How Earth Made Us 6.00 Country Town Rescue 6.30 Compass 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide 8.30 Waking The Dead 9.25 Fry's Planet Word 10.25 Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries 11.25 The Man Inside Dame Edna

6am Children’s Programs 7pm At The Movies: Join Margaret and David as they review the latest in cinema releases. 7.30 Dragons' Den 8.30 Sunday Best 10.00 Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends: Louis arrives in Las Vegas, on the trail of a new breed of

personal motivators. 10.50 The Jonathan Ross Show 11.35 Later... With Jools Holland 12.40 London Live 1.35 Heartland: Heartland is abuzz when a famed horseman arrives to train Ben Stillman for the upcoming Fall Finale. 2.20 ABC News

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Your Earth Hour Checklist 1. Turn off the lights 2. Unplug lamps and nightlights 3. Shut off your computer 4. Unplug chargers 5. Unplug clocks and electronics 6. Unplug appliances 7. Turn down the heater 8. F ix drafts from doors and windows 9. Invite your friends over 10. Fill up your freezer to conserve energy Sourced from: www.squidoo.com

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will join in Earth Hour this year. The first Earth Hour event took place to show support for climate change in Sydney five years ago and was well received with millions of people taking part. Even the Coca-Cola sign at Kings Cross in Sydney was switched off intentionally for the first time since the 1970s. In 2008, the plan was to have all of Australia participating in Earth Hour but word spread and international countries signed on with Canada being one of the first. Today the event continues to grow across the world with more and more people embracing Earth Hour and what it represents.

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MOUNT Barker based Solar Storage has installed over 100 kilowatts of solar systems in Lyrup alone over the past two years. The increasing number of solar installations suggests residents are embracing renewable energy as a way to reduce rising electricity costs. Solar Storage partner Brad Branch said this Saturday’s Earth Hour is a reminder of how we can and need to reduce our carbon footprint. “People need to be aware of what’s happening to the Earth and the pollution that we’re causing,” he said. “Earth Hour is a good opportunity for people to stop and think about how they can become more energy efficient, benefiting the environment and reducing their own household expenses.” Mr Branch said with the carbon tax to be introduced in Australia on July 1, electricity prises are expected to rise. “The media are speculating that South Australia is going to become the most expensive place to buy electricity once the carbon tax comes in ,” he said. “At the end of the day if you are using electricity or gas, the prices of these utilities are going to go up due to the carbon tax. “The Federal Government’s up front subsidy for solar energy is reducing by another 20 per cent on July 1 as well. “This means that customers must have their solar system installed by June 30, 2011 to get the full Federal Government rebate.” Solar Storage offers design and installation of solar systems across the Riverland and Mallee, including grid connects, off grid, remote power stations and grid connections with battery back-up. The business uses local electricians and does not charge travel costs, promising a three week turn around on your installation. “A lot of people in the Riverland use pumps, bores and cool rooms which have large energy requirements hence their electricity costs are massive,” Mr Branch said.

“You can actually offset that entirely with solar power regardless of how big your power bills are. “Regardless of how much you spend on electricity, if you go to the right company they can do a design that is big enough to offset all of your electricity costs, it will pay for itself within five years and you won’t have to pay another power bill for a further 20 years. “If you are in an area where your power goes out all the time, as it does in the Riverland, you can have a battery backup system which is automatically switching so you don’t even notice the power has gone out.” Mr Branch believes many other Riverland towns like Lyrup will embrace solar power. “It’s only a small town but a few customers have put in bigger systems and they are offsetting huge amounts of carbon dioxide,” he said. “Not only is it great for the environment but also to the benefit of reducing your ongoing electricity costs which are only going to increase more and more.” For more information about solar systems, contact Brad at Solar Storage on 0437 005 665 or visit www.solarstorage.com.au

At the end of the day if you are using electricity or gas, the prices of these utilities are going to go up due to the carbon tax.


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Fire services issue warning about candle safety THE Metropolitan and Country Fire Services are encouraging the public not to take house fire risks with candles during Saturday night’s Earth Hour. “We recommend that people use torches or battery-operated artificial candles instead of candles, as they’re a far safer light source - particularly if you have children or pets,” MFS Com-

mander Allan Foster said. The fire services support Earth Hour as an important global environmental initiative but warn the public if they choose to use candles, they should keep them well clear of combustibles and never leave them unattended. For more information about smoke alarms and candle fire safety, visit www.mfs.sa.gov.au

Earth Hour quick facts • The event began in Sydney in 2007, when 2.2 million people switched off their lights. • In 2008, more than 50 million people around the globe participated. In Australian capital cities alone, 58 per cent of adults took part in the lights off campaign. • Last year the Philippines had an early Earth Hour when power supply was cut to some of the towns.

ALTERNATIVE Energy Engineering has been designing and installing solar systems for the past 26 years. The Riverland based business specialises in stand-alone/grid-connect systems, battery systems, solar input and commercial peak lopping. From a commercial and industrial perspective, the carbon tax is intended as an incentive for operations to reduce their carbon footprint. The carbon tax may be intended to reduce the carbon in the atmosphere but only at the cost of energy to the average consumer. However, it may help in some way to get people to reduce their energy usage and consumption by the adoption of more energy conscious living habits. For those who wish to reduce electricity bills, it is still important to live comfortably, which can often be achieved by simply changing from bad energy wasting habits to becoming more energy aware. Despite changes to State Government incentives with the reduction of the feedin tariff from 44c/kwh to 16c/kwh, with additional 6-10c per kWh available from some retailers, solar powering your house is still an attractive proposition. Solar is one way to produce energy from natural renewable sources. The cost of SA electricity is predicted to become the most expensive in the world after July and households will be looking at ways to save energy. Current Federal Government R.E.Cs multiplier incentive is expected not to survive this up-coming budget. So if you are considering a solar system for your home, business or sports club you should contact Alternative Energy Engineering on 8540 3301 as soon as possible.

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difference to the continuing rising costs of electricity. “We design, supply and install your whole system from start to finish,” Mrs Black said. For customers who have found the perfect block of land but electricity is unavailable, they can install a solar power system with generator back-up for continuous 24 hour power. Or if you run a generator on your property continually, the business may be able to reduce fuel usage and generator maintenance by installing a stand alone power system and use the generator as backup. GBES can design and install both battery backup solar systems and automatic generator backup systems for your home or office. Initially many Riverlanders were cautious about installing solar power into their homes but Mrs Black said that perception has now changed with many people seeing the benefits. Not only have households embraced solar power but many businesses have also had solar panels installed. “We’ve installed systems for businesses just to offset their electricity and we will soon be offering complete energy audits for businesses who want to help the environment and reduce their energy usage” Mrs Black said For more information, call into the GBES Electrical shopfront on Ian Oliver Drive in Waikerie or contact GB Electrical & Security Services on 8541 4240.

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2006 YARIS SEDAN 1.5L Auto, Aircon, One Local Owner, Metallic Blue, 59,000km, XKF 780 $14,990 $13,990 2009 COROLLA ASCENT SEDAN 1.8L Auto, 41,000km, Silver, XDS 342 $16,990 1998 COROLLA CONQUEST SEDAN 1.8L Auto, Aircon, Powersteering, Immaculate For Age, XBR 858 $6,990 1999 GXL LANDCRUISER 8 SEATER WAGON 4.2L Diesel, Towbar, White, S999 AGK $21,990 2000 TOYOTA HIACE 12 SEATER BUS 2.4L Petrol, Wheelchair Loader, Electric Side Step, Dual Airconditioning, WJB 482 $14,990 CHEAPIES

2000 DAEWOO LANOS SE HATCHBACK 1.5L Manual, 167,000km, Green, WKZ 986 $2,990 $2,488 1996 TE MAGNA SEDAN 3L Auto, Aircon, VUY 348 $1,250 OTHER VEHICLES

2006 SUBURU IMPREZA S SEDAN 2L Auto, Aircon, Power Windows, 84,000km S005 AAD $12,888 COMMERCIALS

2005 MAZDA BRAVO DX 4X4 TRAYTOP 2.5L Tubo Diesel, Alloy Bullbar, Towbar, Alloys, XFY 596 $15,888 2002 MAZDA BRAVO SDX SPACECAB 4X4 UTILITY 2.5L Turbo Diesel, Bullbar, Canopy, Towbar, RJZ 969 $18,990 2001 MAZDA BRAVO DX 4X4 WORKBODY 2.5L Turbo Diesel, Towbar, WNL 990 $12,990 2000 FORD COURIER PE 4X2 TRAYTOP Petrol/Gas, Alloy Tray, Towbar, WMR 584 $7,990 $6,990

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Weekly REDUCED BY REDUCED $25,0000

WAIKERIE

3

6 Thompson Street Price $200,000 Inspect By Appointment

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RLA 47936

This week’s Feature properties

REDUCED BY REDUCED $35,0000

was now

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225,000 $ 200,000

WAIKERIE

2

Sturt Highway Price $190,000 Inspect By Appointment

1

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RLA 47936

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was now

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225,000 $ 190,000


16 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday March 29, 2012

RLA 47936

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

This is what people say about “All my dealings were with Shawn, I found Shawn to be very helpful and professional. He “I feel are leaders in their ďŹ eld is a Credit to your Company and made my Their skills, understanding and dealings with Marschall’s a Pleasureâ€? professionalism rate them No.1 Incredible business Rowenfamily Pomery Pleasure for our family to deal with you on two of the most important transactions of Real Estate in my lifeâ€? Sue Wilksch

Waikerie

$173,000

$235,000

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PROMINENT SHEDDING IN GREAT LOCATION s s s s s s s

680m2 of ofďŹ ce space Storage & workshop area Customer lounge Large showroom Awaiting your new venture in life Lots of customer parking Currently tenanted at $300 per week

Waikerie

$250,000

OUTSTANDING POSITION s3PECTACULARVIEWS s BEDROOMS s -ASSIVE"ATHROOM s 2ENOVATED+ITCHEN s LIVINGAREA s /UTDOORENTERTAININGAREA s Finish this home and it will be unbelievable

Cadell

$310,000

Waikerie

s

FIRST HOME, RETIRE OR INVEST s s s s

Freshly painted 3 bedrooms Fully fenced allotment Carport with remote

s s

controlled roller door Reverse cycle split system a/c MXMSHEDWITH concrete oor, lights & power

Waikerie

$349,000

s s s s s s s s

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

Waikerie s s s s

$135,000

REDUCED BY $35,000 SPACIOUS LAND AND COSY COTTAGE s

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 Highway

s s s s s s

Brenda Park

Waikerie

s s s s

4 bedrooms 2 toilets 3 living area Swimming pool

STONE HOME CLOSE TO TOWN s Under light tennis court s Huge outdoor entertaining s

area Set on 1.76 acres

s s s s s s

$119,000

SOLID HOME GREAT PRICE Minutes from Waikerie Fully fenced 2 bedrooms Renovated kitchen Renovated bathroom 0OTENTIALTOBUILDON34#!

Pelican Point

Waikerie

$169,000

$515,000

CREATE MEMORIES FOR LIFE s Stunning riverfront s s s s s

entertaining area Designated protected ďŹ re pit to sit around 2 bedroom holiday home Separate ensuite camping area Room to ride motorbikes Rare opportunity

Murbko

s s s

HOP SKIP AND A JUMP YOU’RE AT THE SHOP s Heating and Cooling s Zoning for this property lets

Endless possibilities Fantastic location 3 bedroom

you have so many choices

AFFORDABLE HOLIDAY HOME s 2 bedrooms s Outdoor entertaing area s Undercover parking s Walking distance to boat

$127,000

Monash s s s

THE HIDDEN COTTAGE s Lock up garage s Large corner allotment on

4 bedrooms Renovated bathroom Fully furnished

2 Titles

s s s s s s s

$79,000

NATURE LOVERS WANTED 30 acres Close to Berri Natural bushland

Waikerie

s s s

$215,000

ramp and river

Morgan

REDUCED BY $24,000

$159,000

WATCH THE WATER

s s s s s s s

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

Waikerie

THE MARSCHALL FAMILY

$229,000

NOW $219,000

REDUCED BY $10,000 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Lovely family home Walking distance to bread milk and paper Close to river

s

Overland Cnr s s s s s

UNINTERRUPTED WATER VIEWS 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 s s s s s

$168,000

from $49,990

Cadell

$495,000

RARE BIT OF RIVER FRONTAGE s Appox 350 HA (866 acres) s Build develop, choice is yours s On 5 separate Titles s *USTAQUICKFERRYTRIPAND you are in Cadell.

Scotts Creek s s s s

$495,000

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

Blanchetown s s

$225,000

REDUCED BY $25,000

s s s s

TREAT YOURSELF

s

s s s s s s s s

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

s

Morgan

s

s s s s s

$157,950

s s s

REDUCED BY $8,000 NEAR TO RIVER NOTHING OVER LOOKED s 3 bedrooms s New bathroom and spa room

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

$229,000

FAMILY FAVOURITE 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

#LOSETO7AIKERIE 2URAL%NVIRONMENT ,ARGE1UAKERBARNSHED "UILDNOWORLATER No time restrictions

Morgan

Waikerie

$239,500

NOW $229,000

REDUCED BY $10,000 LAND, HOUSE AND UNIT s s s s s

BEDROOMS 'ALLEYKITCHEN 3EVERALLIVINGAREAS 0EACEFULSURROUNDINGS 2 bedroom granny at

Waikerie

s s

s s s

on 1.204ha (2.97acres) 4 bedrooms (main with ensuite and WIR) Large open plan living area incorporates kitchen (quality appliances), dining and family room Double garage with remote controlled roller doors and internal access to house. Slow combustion heater and ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning. Large shed with concrete floor, lights and 3 phase power

Morgan

$114,000

Morgan s s s s s s s s

s s s s

Taylorville s s s s s s

$319,500

RIVERVIEWS AND ACCESS 18.9Ha – 46.7 acres Set on two levels Unique position Outstanding views River access Rare ďŹ nd

Serving the district from, 2 Coombe Terrace, Waikerie

$148,000

secluded elevated position Consisting of Kitchen, Dining, Lounge and 5 bedrooms 1.798 Ha (4.4acres) of delightful well wooded land Extensive reverse cycle air conditioning " EQUICKTOSECURETHIS rare opportunity

Waikerie

$160,000

CLOSE TO RIVER s s s s s

setting

s s

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

FREESTONE HOME AND ACRES s Substantial home in a

s Situated only a few s

$355,000

Cadell

GEE IT’S QUIET OUT HERE s 158.2ha (390 acres) s Native bushland in a tranquil kilometres from old Stock route Ideal location to camp -2 caravans included Fully fenced Make this your own piece of Australia

$490,000

FREEHOLD RIVERFRONT SHACK s Elevated holiday home s 2 bedrooms s Well appointed kitchen s Lockable shed s Ability to ski away

$398,000

SECLUDED QUALITY HOME WITH INCOME POTENTIAL s 7 year old quality home set

$94,500

BUILDING OPPORTUNITY s s s s s

updated kitchen Private undercover entertaining area Carport for 3 cars Boat shed and workshop Minutes from the river/ shops

s

$239,950

FABULOUS FAMILY HOME

Morgan

NOW $149,950

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

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NOW $200,000

FAMILY WANTED

s s s s

HOME AND LAND 3 bedrooms Main with walk in robe Modern kitchen Separate family room Double carport Fully enclosed rear yard MXMSHED with 2 roller doors

Waikerie

$419,000

NOW $395,000

GREAT STARTER 3 Bedrooms Rumpus room Fantastic entertaining area Proven great rental property

$225,000

NOW $190,000

RIVER FRONTAGE CAN BE AFFORDABLE 2

Super Specials

s

1011m2 fully fenced yard 3 bedrooms 2 car carport Ducted cooling Close to the river , ARGEREARDECKED entertaining area

Blanchetown

$585,000

AMAZING PIECE OF AUSTRALIA s Spectacular views s Private access to water s s s s

frontage So many options with the accommodation Need to inspect to believe No nearby neighbours! 4ICKSALLTHEBOXES

SINCE 1920

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


Thursday March 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 17

RLA 47936

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

$575,000

Waikerie

IMMACULATE

s s s s s s

with 2 bathrooms Stunning setting with manicured lawns Shed and garden shed Extensive solar system 2 balconies Private boat ramp

s s s s

$495,000

Sought after area Elevated home Huge undercover entertaining area Extensive balcony MXMXMSHED

s s

Waikerie s s s

s s s s

$239,950

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FIRST TIME ON THE MARKET

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oorboards 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

s s s s

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$239,500

$249,500

SECLUDED GETAWAY

s s s s s

2 Coombe Terrace 7!)+%2)%s PHONE

$229,900

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

$185,000

Waikerie

$154,000

VERY CONVENIENT LOCATION s Great location s 4 bedrooms s s s s s

LIVINGAREAS ,ARGEKITCHEN ,OCKUPGARAGE &ULLYENCLOSEDBACKYARD Ready for you to make your touches on the home

Morgan

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

Waikerie

2.743HA (6.77 acres) 3 bedroom home Large lounge Stunning surroundings Renovate, or start from scratch and build your dream holiday home

Waikerie

PIECE OF AUSTRALIA 2.125HA (5.25 acres) Great weekender 5 minutes from Morgan Fronts main road MXM3HED

EASY CARE FAMILY HOME

s

Hogwash

$69,500

Waikerie

2

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

3 bedroom home Convenient location Good shedding Large yard ' RANNY&LATINCLUDED

s

$242,000

$229,000

TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE

Morgan

3 BEDROOM STONE HOME ON 0.57 ACRES s Polished Baltic Pine

SPECTACULAR OUTLOOK

s s s

s s s s

BEDROOMS #OOLINGANDHEATING 0OLISHEDmOORS

/UTDOORAREA ,ARGESHED Fully fenced yard

Waikerie Brenda Park

Waikerie

CORNER ALLOTMENT

s Elevated 3 bedroom home s

$150,000

$595,000

RECENTLY COMPLETED s Two storey s 4 bedrooms s 2 bathrooms s Large upper level

INVESTMENT PLUS s Close to schools, kindy and s Good size yard Childcare s Walk to the river s 3 bedrooms s 2ECEIVINGGREATRENT

Waikerie

entertaining area

s Paved bbq area s Great sized block

Blanchetown s s s s s

$224,990

$39,900

BUILDING OPPORTUNITY 1011m2 allotment Newer home nearby Build holiday home or permanent home Power and water goes past the block – just needs connecting Can’t afford a Riverfront Property but want to live in a river town

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(08) 8541 2777sAvailable 7 Days a week

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WAIKERIE

3+1

ANT to live within approximately five kilometres of Waikerie’s town centre? Here is your opportunity with a large three bedroom home on 1.93 acres featuring an array of big sheds. A family room or fourth bedroom provides additional options. There is also the add-

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18 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday March 29, 2012

Open

Open

Saturday March 31st 10.00 - 10.30am

PRICE REDUCTION $179,000 to $169,000 BERRI, 14 Waltham Street

Saturday March 31st 10.45 - 11.15am

New Release

New Release

BERRI, 52 Curren Road

TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!

Situated in a great area close to the school is this three bedroom home and two bedroom unit. Featuring a large inground pool, an extra room for a study, and three small gardens sheds with a large workshop, this home has something for all members of the family. Privacy is assured with access to the two bedroom unit from the rear lane. This property has loads to offer and is priced to sell.

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

BERRI, 5 Coombe Street

$145,000

Featuring three bedrooms, lounge, pine kitchen and meals area. Carpeted throughout. Gas heating and evaporative cooling. Carport plus plenty of shedding. Rear lane access. Suit investor or first home buyer. All close to swimming pool and facilities. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

$255,000

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

New Release

New Release

POSITION & PRESENTATION

LOXTON, 1a Stasinowsky Court COURTYARD VILLA

Just listed, is this three bedroom villa, lots of built-ins and huge open plan living areas. Modern kitchen overlooks the dining/lounge rooms, walk in robe to main, ensuite, heating and cooling, garage UMR and enclosed back yard. Situated among other quality homes and only a few years old. At present rented.

Situated just outside of Berri on about one acre of land is this partly renovated four bedroom home. The bathroom is completely renovated with bath, shower and separate toilet. All bedrooms are of a good size as well as the living area. Relax outside with a lovely outdoor entertaining area, good amount of shedding and fully fenced pool.

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

New Release

$210,000

OLD WORLD CHARM

GLOSSOP, 2 Woolmer/Smith Road TREE CHANGE

BARMERA, 20 Queen Elizabeth Drive GREAT INVESTMENT

$118,000

This low maintenance property is the spot for the fisherman, retiree or a new starter. Situated on the lake front, the bessa brick home has open plan lounge/kitchen/dining with air-conditioning and ceiling fan. The bathroom is fully tiled with vanity unit, shower and dual flush toilet. Complete with a good sized carpeted bedroom with ceiling fan. Contact us to view. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

$330,000

This 4 bedroom home comprises of a sitting room, formal dining room, country style kitchen/dinette and scullery with a modern freestanding wood stove. The sunken lounge features a semi-circular settee. The main bedroom has built-in robes and a large ensuite. The other bedrooms have built-ins and are serviced by a second bathroom and separate toilet. The fourth bedroom is located upstairs and makes an ideal retreat. Outside is a double carport, undercover laundry, separate toilet and a huge paved entertainment area. The property includes 18.5 acres of native bushland, a small orchard and vegetable growing area. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

PRICE REDUCTION $285,000 to $268,000 BERRI, 4A McLean Street MODERN VILLA

$239,000

Situated in a popular area close to facilities and surrounded by quality homes is this three bedroom modern spacious home. Complete with airconditioning, garage UMR and pergola. Suit retiree or investor. Currently tenanted at $245 per week. Priced to sell.

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

PRICE REDUCTION $85,000

You will be impressed with this 5 year old, solid home, situated in an elevated position in the middle of the block with verandahs all round and beautifully constructed with sandstone and brick interior walls. One of the features is the gourmet chef kitchen with state-of-the-art stove surrounded by solid timber cupboards with an island bench separating the dining room. Polished timber floors throughout. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

GLOSSOP, 218 West Road Situated just outside of Glossop on about 24 acres of land. Three bedroom home with loads of shedding and two rainwater tanks. Property completely fenced, perfect spot to rebuild, renovate or just a great spot for the horse lover.

Ready to build your dream home on! About one 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

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

488 538

SOLD

Under Contract

BERRI, 23 Raeder Court GROWING FAMILY – NEED THE EXTRA ROOM?

$450,000

Five bedroom two-story brick home, overlooking the Murray River. Formal lounge and dining, well-appointed kitchen offering all modern appliances and large walk-in pantry. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, built-in-robes with the master located on the first floor, serviced by a walk-in-robe and ensuite, with balcony views of the beautiful Murray River. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

RLA 1935

BERRI, 1 Merritt Avenue 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 threefour bedrooms, large rooms, high ceilings, heating, cooling and garage. An opportunity to purchase in a tightly held position.

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

BERRI, 61a Derrick Street

LIVE ON THE LAND

ELEVATED BUILDING SITE WITH RIVER VIEWS

LOXTON, Section 174 Briers Road

$420,000

REDUCED FROM $240,000 to OFFERS OVER $210,000

LOXTON, Lot 40 Wheatley Rd

Price: $85,000

WINKIE, Davis Road SENSATIONAL RURAL PROPERTY ON 10 ACRES

LIFESTYLE ON LAND

COURTYARD VILLA

$217,000

Situated in Derrick Street Berri, this very attractive villa is fully established and set in landscaped grounds. Two bedrooms, main bedroom with built-in robes, open plan living with access to patio area, tiled bathroom and laundry. Airconditioning, carport, roller door and garden shed. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

SOLD

$299,500

This excellent four bedroom home is situated just outside of Berri on about 2.5 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 airconditioning in the main living areas. The home has a great outside entertaining area with a fully enclosed saltwater pool. The large shed comes with concrete floor and power. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744

Mobile: 0431

488 538

RENMARK, 203 Fifteenth Street COMFORTABLE ART DECO HOME

$215,000

This home has the elegance and style of the art deco period. The property offers the coolness of solid brick, three large bedrooms, walk-in closets, study and small fourth bedroom for guests or children’s sleepovers. At the end of the wide hallway the kitchen, dine and family area runs the width of the home. A slide door takes you out onto the back verandah the overlooks the green lawn and garden area. There is double gate entry via the laneway, roller door carport and storage shedding. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538


Thursday March 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 19

RENTAL PROPERTIES BERRI PROPERTIES 3B MAGAREY ST

BERRI PROPERTIES

Price: $250 PW

3/2 MORTIMER

Modern 3 bdr, open living, 2-way bath, encl. small yard, garage. 23 LOADER ST

Price: $230

PW

3/5 GRENACHE AVE

9 WALTHAM ST

Price: $175

1 PADDICK ST Price:

PW

200 PW

Price: $200

43 MCGREGOR ST

Price: $170

2/4 AITKINS ST

PW

2/7 GRENACHE AVE

3 bdr, lrg open living + family, S/S cool, encl. yard, storage, sml garden.

14 LOADER ST

Price: $150

Price: $150

PW

Price:

$

150 PW

2 bdr spacious unit, carport & private rear yard. R/C A/C, close to facilities. BARMERA PROPERTIES

PW

2 GARRARD ST

3 bdr large and spacious home, open living lounge/dining to kitchen, reverse cycle, enclosed rear yard and BBQ area.

PW

PW

Neat 2 bdr unit, BIR’s, R/C A/C, carport, rear yard, close to facilities.

3 bedroom home, good size lounge and kitchen, reverse cycle, enclosed yard.

Executive 2 bdr elevated quality home in desirable area, S/S, sep. dine, courtyard, sml garden & garaging. 3 WORMAN ST

Price: $170

Price: $150

2 bdr modern unit, close to shops & schools, R/C, sml encl. yard, carport.

2 bdr home, lounge & family, evaporative airconditioning, shedding, large allotment, close to school.

1/23 AITKEN ST

PW

2 bdr unit conveniently located to shopping, schools and medical, main with BIR, split system aircon & carport.

3 bdr, close to plaza, BIR, kitchen/ dine & separate lounge, large encl. yard, evap cool, gas heat, lrg shed.

$

Price: $155

Price: $190

PW

3 bdr home with spacious living areas & bedrooms, evap cool, shed & encl. grassed rear yard.

PW

2 bdr house near Plaza, built-inrobes in 2 bedrooms, split system reverse cycle, carport and large yard.

Price: $185

3/3 MCLEAN ST

PW

Price: $165

PW

29B KORINTHOS ST

2 bdr + study, convenient location, lrg carport, shedding, entertainment area, lrg encl. yard & lovely gardens. BARMERA, UNITS - NO PETS Price: $185

3/12 RITCHIE ST

6/26 CEDAR AVE LOXTON PROPERTIES 3A MCEWEN DR

Price:

290 PW

Price: $280

PW

3 bdr nicely presented home, R/C, large encl. yard, quiet street & close to facilities.

$395,000

BERRI, 9, 11, 13 Denny St

Price: $160

4/40 1ST ST

Price: $140

HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Questions you should ask. 1. Experience in Property Management and knowledge of the local market? 2. Familiarity with various legislations and policies in leasing and up to date with changes? 3. What is the strategy in attracting the best tenants? 4. How often is the landlord communicated with?

PW

5. How are the financial aspects managed? 6. How often are inspections carried out?

PW Price: $130

4/86 JAMES

PW

2 bdr brick unit near the River, great position, close to shops, R/C A/C. NOBODY DOES IT BETTER… For more information on any of the rental properties PLEASE PHONE 8582 2744 or visit www.ljhooker.com.au/berri

PW

Modern 2 bdr unit, built-in-robes, open living area, cooling, patio at rear, off street parking.

7. How to ensure the investment is in a state of being competitive? Our LJ Hooker Property Investment experts can not only answer all the above questions so you have an informed choice, but have in practice all of the above on a daily basis.

New Release

$595,000

ZONED TOWN CENTRE

INDUSTRIAL SHOPS

Three vacant shops, A/C, plus three bay shedding with roller doors on land parking bitumen paving. Situated in an industrial area, these shops are an opportunity to establish your own business or occupy one and rent out the others.

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

These group of shops represent an opportunity to establish your own business, while collecting the income from the other shops. Situated on the corner of William & Denny Streets in Berri. Two of the shops are leased with the corner shop being vacant. Approx. 350 s.m all on one title. In excellent condition, all with air conditioning, kitchen and toilet, with two of the premises renovated. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

LAND PLUS BRICK SHOPS

LOXTON, Drabsch Street

$375,000

Situated just off main street in Loxton’s business district, an opportunity to purchase vacant land, plus four brick shops. Selling as a whole, on two titles. Develop further or permit parking.

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

Old world charm

PRICE REDUCTION $165,000 to $159,000

S

ITUATED just outside of Berri on about one acre of land is this partly renovated four bedroom home. The bathroom is completely renovated with a bath, shower and separate toilet. All bedrooms are of a good size, including the living area. Relax outside with a lovely outdoor entertaining area, a good amount of shedding and fully fenced pool.

BARMERA, Barwell Ave Barmera Commercial Shop

Situated in the main street in prime location. Shop premises plus attached residence. Vacant possession. An opportunity to run your own business, formally a deli. Priced to sell.

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

COMMERCIAL LEASING BERRI WILSON STREET

LOXTON EAST TCE

BERRI DENNY STREET

Shop premises approx 200sqm, suit retail. A/C, Kitchen & 2 Toilets. Lease negotiable, $330.pw PLUS OUTGOINGS. Avail now.

Prime location in main street, Approx 200sqm. Air conditioning, Carpeted, Kitchen/Toilets. Avail now.

Approx 160sqm refurbished corner position. Display glass windows all around. Air conditioning, Kitchen.

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

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

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

BERRI HUGHES STREET

RENMARK ARCADE

BERRI CNR WILLIAM/DENNY ST

Prime location, Reverse cycle Air conditioning. Suit office/workshop. Parking available. Lease negotiable.

Large shop premises in prominent position. R/C A/C, next to Supermarket, Kitchen/Toilets. Lease negotiable. Parking. Suit Restaurant.

Shop premises approx 200sqm. At present 2 shops, could be used as one. Corner position, Air conditioning, Reasonable rent.

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

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

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

RLA 1935

PW

RENMARK, UNITS - NO PETS

COMMERCIAL SALES PROPERTIES

BERRI, Verrall Cresent

Price: $210

Spacious 4 bdr, 2 bathrm 2 living areas, split system heat/cool, large outdoor entertainment area, pool, lockup carport.

PW Price: $170

PW

Modern Executive big 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with large open living, ducted reverse cycle airconditioning, small garden, lockup garage, enclosed yard.

Executive spacious 3 bdr home, 2 bathrooms, formal lounge, large family, outdoor paved area, garaging. 18 FRENCH RD

PW

3 bdr home set amongst vineyard, big lounge & dine opening to entertainment area,wood heating, double carport.

PW

LOXTON, UNITS - NO PETS 1 CHENNEL CRES

Price: $220

18 TORENA ST

2 bdr, BIRs, heat & cool, carport, u/cover entertaining area, close to facilities.

$

Price: $240

3 bedroom modern home in desirable area, built-in-robes, large lounge, lockup carport, enclosed yard.

3 bdr timber floor home, spacious open living,R/C heat/cooling, neat yard, R/W tank & encl. yard.

Modern 2 bdr unit, tiled spacious living area, bath and shower, carport, small yard, convenient location.

Big 3 bdr home, good size kitchen plus dining, encl. yard, two large shedding areas and storage area.

Price: $165

24 DICKERSON ST

70 ALEPPO STREET

BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

6 LEONARD CRES

RENMARK PROPERTIES

BARMERA PROPERTIES

BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

BERRI

4

52 Curren Road Price $210,000 Inspect Saturday March 31st 10.45 - 11.15am RLA 1935

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1 Contact LJ Hooker Berri Sue Wurth 0431 488 538


20 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday March 29, 2012

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REDUCED

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new release

new release

OPEN 3IMS0ARADE The Best on the Block! s"EAUTIFULLYPRESENTEDHOME s0ERFECTFORTHElRSTHOMEBUYER s0LUSHCARPETINLIVINGZONES s)NSPECTTODAY TAKEINTHEQUALITY NEW Price: $139,000 View: Saturday 9.30 - 10.00am Chet Al 0413 104 002

OPEN -IDDLETON!VENUE Brick Veneer Home at a Great Price! sBEDROOMHOMEINAGREATAREA s(IGHQUALITYmOORTILESTHROUGHOUT LIVINGAREAS s#ARPORTANDNICEREARPERGOLA s,ARGESHED FULLYFENCEDYARD Price: $214,500-00 View: Saturday 10:00 – 10:30am Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Chet Al

Paringa

OPEN

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Price: $260,000 View: Saturday 10.15 - 10.45am Chet Al 0413 104 002

Price: $235,000 View: Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

NEW Price: $450,000 View: Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Chet Al 0413 104 002

Mark Cresp

Chet Al

Chet Al

Renmark

NEW PRICE $210,000 new release

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Price: $195,000 View: Saturday 11:45 – 12:15pm Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

3TONEHAM$RIVE s4HREEBEDROOMBRICKVENEER s4WOLIVINGAREASDINING s!#ANDCOMBUSTIONHEATING s#ARPORT5-2ANDGARAGE

2AL2AL!VENUE Near school 3/4 acre allotment s3PACIOUSBEDROOM s.EWTILESTOBATHROOMLAUNDRY s(UGEGABLEROOFPERGOLA s'ARAGE5-2PLUSLARGESHED

New Price: $210,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

NEW Price: $275,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Chet Al

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Mark Cresp

New Price: $430,000 View: Saturday 11.45 - 12.15pm Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 Mark Cresp

Paringa

Paringa

NEW PRICE $590,000

#UCUMUNGA3TREET Fantastic Rural Living sBEDROOMRENDEREDBRICKHOME sMALLOTMENTWITH2)4WATER sFOOTCEILINGS REVERSECYCLEAIRCON s%ASYCAREATTRACTIVENATIVEGARDENS sMXMXMDRIVETHROUGHSHED

(UGHES!VENUE Space, Quality & Water Outlook s,OVELYBEDROOMHOME s3PACIOUSKITCHEN TWOLIVING AREAS TWODININGAREAS s3PACEFORCARAVANANDBOAT ETC s$OUBLECARPORT5-2 s%XCELLENTOUTDOORAREAWITHKITCHEN

Price: $445,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Price: $325,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 Mark Cresp

Mark Cresp

Mark Cresp

Berri

Renmark

OPEN 6 Cocos Place Outstanding Water Frontage s%NJOYSUPERBWATERVIEWS sBEDROOMS BATHROOMS s3PACIOUSOPENLIVINGAREAS s1UIETCUL DE SACLOCATION

NOW $275,000

OPEN

&RAHN3TREET Want it all? It’s got it all! sEXCELLENTSIZEDBEDROOMS s2ECENTLYRENOVATEDKITCHEN BATHROOM s%NERGYSAVINGSWITHSOLARPANELS s&ULLYFENCEDYARDWITHSHEDDING

OPEN

"ANKSIA3TREET Home with 2500m2 Allotment sBEDROOMBRICKVENEERHOME s(EATING COOLINGOUTDOORLIVING s2OOMFORUNITDEVELOPMENT34## ORASPACIOUSGARDENPLAYGROUND s3UPERBINVESTMENT

Mark Cresp

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OPEN

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-URTHO2OAD Private Water front sACRESWITHPRIVATEWATERFRONT s-,PRIVATEWATERSUPPLY s6ERYNICETWOBEDROOMHOME s-OORAHOUSEBOAT SKIORlSH New Price: $590,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 Mark Cresp

Berri

Paringa

)AN3HOWELL$RIVE Stunning Executive Lifestyle s)N2ENMARKSMOSTAFmUENTADDRESS s0ROVIDINGSHORTWALKSALONGTHERIVER sEXCELLENTBEDROOMSPLUSOFlCE s$UALLIVINGAREAS s$UCTEDREVERSECYCLEAC

,EXIA3TREET Under Instructions from the Mortgagee sBEDROOMHOMEON M sBATHROOMS MODERNKITCHEN s3PLITSYSTEMAIRCONDITIONING s$ETACHEDROOM REARVERANDAH

(UGHES!VENUE Why Rent? s3TOPRENTINGBUYYOUROWNHOME sBEDROOM AIR CONDITIONERS s&ULLYFENCEDMALLOTMENT s#ARPORT LARGECOLOURBONDSHED s0OTENTIALRENTALRETURN PW

NEW Price: $385,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

NEW Price: $148,000 View: By appointment Emma Treloar 0430 150 136

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

new release

"AYSWATER#LOSE Riverside Estate s!SNEWRETIREMENTHOME s3ECUREANDFRIENDLYENVIRONMENT sHOUREMERGENCYSERVICE s3OLAR0OWERCONNECTED

3EVENTH3TREET 10 Acres with Brick Veneer Home sBEDROOMHOMEBUILTIN sLIVINGAREAS DUCTEDAIRCONDITIONING s4WOLARGESHEDS s3HADYREARVERANDAHPLUS CARPORT5-2

Price: $265,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

New Price: $255,000 View: By appointment Contact: Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Mark Cresp

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-ORTIMER2OAD Berri Friendly Grocer IGA s0ROlTABLEDAYBUSINESSINA GREATLOCATION s3TOCKINGAVASTVARIETYOFITEMS s3!,OTTERIESAGENT.ETWORK6IDEO s%VERYTHINGREADYTOGO COMEIN TAKEOVER Price: $165,000 + SAV View: By appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002 Chet Al

Mark Cresp

Berri &ULLER$RIVE Land the Chance to Build Your Dream! s/NEACREALLOTMENTINA GREATAREA s3URROUNDEDBYHIGHQUALITY HOMES s"EAUTIFULSCENICVIEWS s#)4WATER %43!TELEPHONE CONNECTIONSONSITE

Renmark OWNER KEEN TO SELL

Chet Al

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Cooltong

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Price: $119,000 View: by appointment Contact: Chet Al 0413 104 002

7ENTWORTH2OADPrice: $98,000

Renmark

Renmark 3EVENTEENTH3TREET Quality & Location s3OLIDCONSTRUCTIONHOME s4HREEBEDROOMS POLISHEDmOORS s-ODERNKITCHENANDBATHROOM s,ARGESHED REARLANEACCESS

4WENTYlFTH3TREET Space Position and Affordability! s1UIETLOCATION sMALLOTMENT EASYCARE sBEDROOM  BUILTINROBES s&LOATINGTIMBERmOORS

&IFTEENTHSTREET Central Potential s3OLIDBEDROOMSTUDY s)NTHEHEARTOFTOWN s4IMBERKITCHEN MODERNBATHROOM s(UGESHED DOUBLEALLOTMENT

-URTHO3TREET

NEW Price: $215,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

NEW Price: $179,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

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

Price: $155,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Mark Cresp

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4WENTIETH3TREETPrice: $200,000



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RLA 147 968

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129 Renmark Ave, Renmark

8586 6831 Renmark RAYWHITECOM


Thursday March 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 21 129 Renmark Ave, Renmark

8586 6831 Paringa

Renmark

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Business Opportunity

Price: $195,000 + SAV Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

7REN4EAL3TREET Chaffey Vineyard, Home & Implements sACRES PLANTED sYEARUNLIMITEDTONNECONTRACT s4HREEBEDROOMHOME s'OODSHEDDINGANDPLANT Price: $425,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

"ARWON3TREET Future Planning sHAPLANTEDTOFRESHMARKET STONEFRUIT s&ULLWATERALLOCATION s7ATERBIRDUNDERTREEIRRIGATION s0LUSXIMPLEMENTSHED NEW Price: $155,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Mark Cresp

1 Korinthos Street, SOLD

A New Renmark Story! Stage 1 Now Selling s4HELONGAWAITEDLANDRELEASE s#OUNTRYLIVINGWILLBE APPRECIATED ALLYEARROUND s7ALKINGDISTANCETO2ENMARK0LAZA s.ATIONALBROADBANDNETWORK READY s"EONEOFTHElRSTTOSECUREYOUR ALLOTMENTTODAY

4WENTYlFTH3TREET Capitalise on the industry turn around! CCW Contract s&OURBEDROOMHOME s4WOGREATPROPERTIES s&ULLPRODUCINGPROPERTY s##7CONTRACT Price: Contact Agent View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Chet Al

Price: From $88,000 Chet Al 0413 104 002

Chet Al

Loveday

4HIELE2OAD Industry Turn Around,Express your Interest! s0LANTEDTO3HIRAZ'ORDOAND Mataro s##7CONTRACTWITH-,WATER ALLOCATION sBDRMHOME GREATRENTALRETURN

"ARWON3TREET Power and water sACRES2ENMARK.ORTH sPLANTEDTOWALNUTTREES ACT s0OWER ML2)4WATER CONTR UNDER s#LOSETO2ENMARK.ORTH3CHOOL

Price: $370,000. View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Price: $90,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

Mark Cresp

Chet Al

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2ENMARK!VENUE Renmark avenue allotment s(AON"ERRISIDEOF2ENMARK s0LANTEDTOTREEFRUITS WINE T AC GRAPES CONTR s)DEALRURALLIVINGSITE UNDER

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NEW Price: $85,000 View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

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

Mark Cresp

SOLD

Renmark

Price: $280,000 View: By appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Mark Cresp

Lots 38 & 39 Pyap Street MĂ NEW PRICE $48,000 each Lot 2 Warrakoo Court MĂ  

Lot 21 Fuller Road, Berri M  

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Lot 7 Scarborough Court MĂ  

Orchard Drive MĂ    

Cooltong 2AWNSLEY2OAD Hidden away, it’s just Paradise! s%STABLISHEDONACRESNATURAL SCRUBANDPLANTEDTOCITRUS s BEDROOMSTWOBATHROOMS s2ENOVATEDGALLEYSTYLEKITCHEN s0LANTANDEQUIPMENTINCLUDED

Chet Al

Panorama Court ,OTSAVAILABLE   

Mark Cresp

Lot 38 McEwin Drive, Loxton M   Paringa Cliffs: ,OTSSTARTINGAT %NJOY AFFORDABLERURALLIVINGWITHINTOWN SERVICESORBUILDINAPREMIUMSITE OVERLOOKINGTHE2IVER-URRAY

Mark Cresp

$295pw

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Mark Cresp

Barmera

Price: $250,000* with crop View: By appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

226 Fifteenth St,

sMINSIZE s,OCATEDINAQUIETCOURT s#LOSETO2ENMARK0LAZA s3TARTPLANNINGYOURDREAM HOME Price: 85,000 Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

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.ELBUCK3TREET 14.5 Acres House & Implements sACRESVINES ACRESSTONEFRUIT s-,WATER IMPLEMENTS SHEDDING s4HREEBEDROOMHOME

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$280pw

,ARGE  BR BRICK FAMILY HOME FORMAL DINING AND LOUNGE SEPARATE GAMES ROOM DUCTED AC COMBUSTION HEATING ENSUITE ")2S CARPORT GARAGE PERGOLA FENCEDYARD

14 Ian Drive, Paringa

$240pw

.EAR NEW  BR MODERN HOME TILED OPENPLANLIVING DUCTEDRCAC ")2S DOUBLE GARAGE RD SPACE FOR BOAT TRAILER PERGOLA FENCEDYARD

22 Redgum Street,

$185pw

7ELL PRESENTED  BR HOME CLOSE TO SCHOOLS DUCTEDEVAPAC SPLITSYSTEM CARPORT FENCEDYARD

12 Myall St,

$180pw

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21 Banksia St,

$150pw

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73 Hughes Avenue, Paringa $145pw #OMFORTABLE  BEDROOM HOME SET ON A LARGE ALLOTMENT REVERSE CYCLE AIR CONDITIONING BUILT IN ROBES REAR PERGOLA GARDENSHED FENCEDYARD

2/165 Eighteenth Street,

$130pw

.EWLY RENOVATED  BR UNIT IN CENTRAL LOCATION MODERN KITCHEN  BATHROOM RC AIR COND ")2 &ENCED YARD CARPORT !VAIL PARTLY FURNISHED IF PREFERABLE

1/165 Eighteenth Street,

$120pw

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SOLD

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List F FO FOR FOR OR O R T TH THIS THIS HIS W WE WEEK WEEK EE E EK E K

talk to the team that get the very best results! Saturday, March 31

Phone: 8586 6831

Saturday, March 31

BERRI

RENMARK

129 Renmark Ave

10.00 - 10.30am

10.15 - 10.45am

This is just a selection of the properties we have SOLD in the past month!

10.45 - 11.15am

11.00 - 11.30am

SOLD

SOLD

11.45 - 12.15pm

11.00 - 11.30am 11.45 - 12.15pm

PARINGA 10.00 - 10.30am

SOLD

14 Waltham Street LJ Hooker Berri 52 Curren Road LJ Hooker Berri 6 Middleton Avenue Ray White Renmark Murtho Road Ray White Renmark 6 Frahn Street Ray White Renmark

5 Scarborough Court Ray White Renmark 2 Banksia Street Ray White Renmark 6 Cocos Place Ray White Renmark

OPEN

RENMARK 9.30 - 10.00am

Warrego Street

D LD OL S SO

Barwon Street

SOLD

120 Pyap Street

SOLD

51 Sims Parade Ray White Renmark

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

Kulkyne Street

SOLD

Kulkyne Street RLA 147 968

Thiele Road

SOLD

3/165 Eighteenth St

194 Eighteenth Street

SOLD

39 Dridan Avenue

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Classifieds P: 8582 5500 - 10A Wilson Street, Berri - classies@riverlandweekly.com.au Death Notice

For Sale

PEARCE Kevin Leslie Aged 83 years. We regret the passing of Kevin Leslie Pearce Long battle over. Peacefully passed away on Friday March 23 2012 at R.A.H Survived by his wife Anita Mary Pearce. Father & Father-in-law to Douglas (dec), Leslie, Kay, Jeffery (dec), Julie, Kevin, Lorraine, Colin, Collin (dec). Forever in our thoughts. Grandfather to Ashley, Megan, Skye, Joel, Brian, Russell & Jessica.

THREE Bdr House for sale. Stunning interior. 1 Sultana Street Berri. Inspections welcome. $249k. Phone 0418 820 617.

PEARCE The relatives & friends of Mr. Kevin Leslie PEARCE are respectfully invited to attend his funeral service to be conducted in the Riverland Funeral Chapel, 231 Twentyfirst Street, Renmark on Friday March 30 at 2.00pm. Followed by a private cremation at the Riverland crematorium. In lieu of flowers if desired a donation to the Cancer Council in Kevin’s memory would be appreciated. Donations may be made at the service. RIVERLAND FUNERALS Berri 85821333 Renmark 85864422 Accredited Member Australian Funeral Directors Association

For Sale

BIRMAN kittens, Purebred Pedigree already desexed, $600 each ONO. Phone 8582 5058 BOAT trailer; suit up to approx 5m boat, reg TXS428, $900 ONO. Phone 8587 6237. BUSINESS FOR SALE! Wentworth Post Office, Bargain must sell. Phone Damian (03) 9888 6488 www.wollermann.com.au FERRETS for sale $50. Phone 8582 5058.

KATE’S PSYCHIC CONNECTIONS From Adelaide will be visiting the Riverland March 30th & 31st & April 1st bookings essential. Phone 0429 406 975.

JAYCO Sterling 19.5ft, first Registered March 2011, ensuite, shower & toilet. $45,500 ONO, suit new buyer, phone MEDITATION - Every 0409 331 190. Wednesday at 8pm. ONE wooden wall unit 194 Barmera. Phone 0428 x 155 x 46cm $40, one 592 209. www.transmiswooden dining setting 8 sionmeditation.org person extends to 10, good condition $800 ONO. STORAGE Caravan’s, Phone 8582 3612 Boat & Cars in PERSIMMON Fuyu Tress Renmark, under cover, available, bare rooted, 7-day access. Phone $25 per tree. Phone 0407 612 427. 0413 885 688.

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15-ACRE organic Almond block with processing equipment for sale. Glossop, excellent returns from wholesale markets. Comfortable 2 bed home, contact Rob 0432 823 930.

JUMPING castles, A BETTER INCOME great fun for any SOLUTION! Earn up to occasion, contact $500-$4,500 mth. PT/FT FUNTIMES GALORE on working from home. Free 0400 576 230. TURKEY’S male & DVD. http://www.sharonp. female various colour’s unitedonlinebusiness.com Garage Sales & Guinea Fowl’s. Phone DELIVERY DRIVER - HC 8595 1138. For a Local Business. 4 BERRI - 16 Wishart Street, Moving house sale! Bric-aMotor Vehicles Pallet space - Covered. Brac, furniture, plants, kids Once a week. Must COMMODORE 2006 VZ have truck. Phone Adrian toys, all sorts must sell. 8am-1pm Saturday 31st Wagon. Factory fitted 0400 629 037 March. No early Birds! dual fuel, 169,00kms, v/ good condition, grey, auto, HERBALIFE independent LYRUP - Weaver Road, cruise control, bulbar, phone 1800 817 634. Friday 30th & Saturday towbar, extra battery in Distributors needed, all 31st from 8am, follow rear for fridge etc, Reg areas, work from home. signs. Kitchen cupboards, cook tops, oven, bath, XIK-197. $11,750 ONO. SEQSTS.COM vanity, table, large Phone 0438 951 408. Services aquarium, toys, hunting, HOLDEN Astra CD Wagon DOG grooming, bathing, fishing & lots more. Phone 2009, Auto, 31,422kms, blow-dry, & clipping. For 0400 576 230. white, excellent an appointment phone RENMARK – 60 Cowra throughout, Reg S174-ALT, Kay 8583 5325. Street, clearing out $17,900 ONO. Enquiries household items! Including I BUY HOUSES FAST 0427 301 045. I can help you get more furniture, fridges, crockery, WHITE Nissan Exa 1990, for your house, any area, cutlery, tools, and clothing twin cam, 16 valve, Reg any condition. Call Robert together with books, CD’s & records. Friday 30th VBB-930, $2,600 ONO. 0427 399 144. 9-1pm, Saturday 31st Phone 0422 961 220. KJR mowing and garden, 8-11am & Sunday 1st Public Notices for all your gardening 9-1pm. needs including clean RENMARK Lions Club AT Home Mum earns ups. Competitive prices. Corner 15th Street Ph 0429 239 452. $3,500+ Month, P/T & Renmark Avenue around kids. Info PAINTING wanted 23 years Saturday 31st March pack available www. of experience, free quotes. 8am to 11am. Near New lifestyleyoudesire.com ABN 52014912126, BLD Fridge, Bedside Cabinets, 108538. Contact Shane Recliner, Antique Bedroom ATTENTION! Lose 15Kgs Baker on 0414 686 565 Suite, Wardrobes, Desks, Fast. Free Sample. or home 8588 7357. Dressing Tables, Lounge Phone 8343 0657. www. TANK Lining, leaking Chairs, Hammond Organs, sharonp.greatshapetoday. concrete and iron water BBQ’s, Three Piece Lounge com.au tanks lined with fibreglass, Suite, Stoves, Queen size Niagara Electronic bed, BOAT licence night! onsite all areas. Ph Pete Old Bottles, New books Headlam 08 8764 8131. Monday 2nd April at Berri & Bric-a-Brac. Sausage Army Depot, starting at WANTED property to hunt Sizzle also available. 7pm. The last opportunity Vermin, Goats, Rabbits, for this season, $30 Foxes etc. Experienced Wanted To Buy per person. Details & & Licence hunter, Phone YOUR local caravan bookings phone Mike Loui on 0424 174 297. dealer requires vans 0488 198 559. to sell on consignment To Let CHRISTIAN couple from or outright purchase. Panila looking for short RENT TO OWN Renmark Caravan Centre. term accommodation to Just suppose you Ph 8595 1911. rent in Riverland. Room, could rent a house & Granny flat or small buy it, all at the same flat, phone David on time‌ 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 0478 805 381. $1.55 2 Car, Renmark & Berri. PER LINE renttoownyourownhome. (5 line minimum) com.au 0458 066 002 INSURANCE - For 8582 5500 the most competitive prices on home, contents, commercial, Position Vacant caravan and boats. Contact your local SGIC Agents, Rosenthal’s, Renmark, 8586 6626 or Berri, Ph 8582 3644.

CLASSIFIEDS

Funeral Notice

Position Vacant

For Hire

Situations Vacant

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR OFFICE CLEANING The Almond Board of Australia Inc. invites tenders for the provision of cleaning services for its ofďŹ ces located at 9 William Street, Berri SA. A Schedule of Cleaning Requirements is available at the ofďŹ ce or by contacting the Almond Board on Phone: 08 8582 2055 or Email: sharkins@australianalmonds.com.au

Tenders close at 5.00pm on Thursday 5 April 2012.

Church Services

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Loxton & Renmark Uniting Church April 1

Phlebotomist SA Pathology, Renmark & Loxton Job Ref: 501298

Renmark West 8.30am Rev Nathan Whillas Renmark Ave 10am Rev Nathan Whillas Loxton 10am Col Kupke PHONE 8584 7474 ALL WELCOME

www.health.sa.gov.au/careers 1300 882 992

Seventh-day Adventist RIVERLAND

19 Sunrise Court, Berri

SATURDAY, MARCH 31 9.50am: Bible Study Groups for all ages 11.30am: Family Worship Presenter: Steve Littlewood

PHONE 0400 330 857

Berri Church of Christ

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14 Edward St, Loxton 10am Sunday April 1 Ps. Sonny Pillay

Phone: 8584 5044

Old Sturt Highway FRIENDSHIP FELLOWSHIP WORSHIP Sunday Worship 10am Children’s activities Weekly meetings for all ages Ps. Roger Risson Phone 8582 4886 www.berrichurchofchrist.org.au

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Community Events File

Mar 29 - April 5 Friday 30th March s “The Pinesâ€? management committees are inviting clever cooks to process the quinces & ďŹ gs from the property. The ďŹ nished products will be used when catering for visiting guests to “the Pinesâ€? Loxton’s Historic House & Garden. Please contact Marian on 0412 649 766 if you can help. s Lions Club of Pinnaroo Inc Monster Auction! BBQ 12 noon, starting at 1pm. Goods delivered to no 2 oval from 7am. For pick up of goods for elderly or disadvantaged phone Bill Venning, mobile 0427 778 462 or home 8577 8462. Saturday 31st March s Riverland Farmers’ Market, 7.30-11.30am, Senior Citizens Hall, Crawford Terrace Berri, Fresh local produce. Contact Rosalyn on 0417 824 648. www.riverlandfarmersmarket.org.au s Renmark based art group “SplashPaintâ€?– Rose centre, will be showing at the Terrace Gallery Loxton, on the roundabout from the 31st of March & throughout April. Gallery open 10-5 weekdays & 10-4 weekends. Sunday 1st April s Berri Pacemakers Bingo, Berri Hotel eyes down at 2pm. Proceeds to the Renmark/ Paringa Hospital Auxiliary. s Riverland Orchid Society Inc meeting at the Uniting Church Hall, Denny Street, Berri at 2pm. All welcome, plants to be benched by 1.30, enquiries to 8588 7384. s The 100 year old historic, PS Industry will be steaming at 11-12.30pm and again at 1.303pm. Devonshire morning & afternoon tea is included. For bookings phone Renmark Visitor Centre on 8586 6704. Monday 2nd April s Open Door, Barmera Uniting Church Hall 1-4pm. Time for a cuppa & a chat. s Riverland Group of the Australian Breastfeeding Association is holding a coffee morning at 10am. To be held at the Renmark Children’s Centre, 18th Street Renmark. Topic Breastfeeding & returning to work, all welcome. For more information please phone Anne on 8583 9124 Tuesday 3rd April s The Palms Bingo, Berri Club, Eyes down 10.30am. Proceeds to St Catherine’s Nursing Home. Thursday 5th April s Riverland Gem & mineral club workshop every Thursday, 3 to 5pm at Glossop. Contact Dennis 8582 3430 for information. s The Riverland Bridge Club meets every Thursday at the Loxton Club from 9am, new players welcome. For more info phone Peter on 8584 7735.

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Morning Worship & Communion Guest Speaker Rev Noel Due (recorded message) Morning Tea 11.30am

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

Public Notices

Positions Vacant

Renmark Paringa Homes for the Aged Inc.

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Notice is hereby given that the

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Of the Association will be held At the Renmark Paringa Council Chamber on Wednesday April 11th 2012at 4pm. 45kg Cylinders

ALL MEMBERS AND INTERESTED PERSONS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.

$92

Berri: Riverland Bottle Depot, 8582 3522 Renmark: R.R & P.J Holland, 8595 7303 Murray Bridge /Tailem Bend: Argyle Batteries & Solar, 85323335 Blanchetown: Blanchetown Deli & Hardware, 8540 5305

Gas Orders 1300 655 784

www.unitedgas.com.au

Earn Easy Cash

Renmark Paringa Homes for the Aged Inc.

Catalogue Distributors & Collectors required.

Invites TENDERS

Earn $100- $300/wk dependent on hours. No outlay. Team Leader positions available.

Phone: 1300 133 362

For Lawn Mowing & Gardening Service For Unit Grounds Specifications available at the office, 40 Murtho Street Renmark on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am to 3pm.

BUSINESS FOR SALE

Berri Football Club

Phone inquiries to 8586 6744

JUMPING CASTLE HIRE

Junior Registration & meet the coaches day for all intending Auskick U11, U13 & U15 Demons Saturday March 31st beginning at 10am U11, U13 & U15 fee’s $75 Merchandise will be available for order, Light training will be followed by a free sausage sizzle Stay and cheer on the Berri Demons during their trial game against Balaklava. Club rooms will be open, meals from 6pm, all welcome. All enquires call Jane 0408 836 045

APPLICATIONS CLOSE Thursday April 26th, at 3pm.

4 Castles. Great second income Majority after hours work Minimum hours required $20,000 ONO Will consider separating

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PROPERTY VALUERS New Riverland Office - Now Open

RENMARK

Herron Todd White is pleased to announce the opening of their new Riverland office on Monday 19 March. Joining Herron Todd White to provide professional property valuation (residential, commercial, rural) services are established Riverland valuers John Dawes and Brenton Pankhurst (from the former John Dawes Valuations). As Riverland locals, Brenton and John bring their wealth of experience to Herron Todd White’s new Riverland service.

SCHOOL HALL 19th St. MONDAY Junior 6-7pm Senior 7-8:30pm

PARINGA YOUTH HALL Railway Tce. WEDNESDAY Junior 6-7pm Senior 7-8:30pm

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NOW OPENING UP IN BERRI

Herron Todd White is Australian’s largest independent property advisory network with 60 offices Australia wide. For enquiries on Herron Todd White’s Riverland services please contact either Brenton or John.

Herron Todd White (Riverland) Pty Ltd 15 Riverview Drive, Berri, SA 5343

Phone: (08) 8582 4841 Email: admin.riverland@htw.com.au Web: www.htw.com.au

0404 019 977

Located at Berri Town Hall Starting 24/4/2012 Junior 6-7pm Senior 7-8:30pm

Application closes when we find the right person

RENMARK

Senior Dispensary Pharmacy Assistant (Full-Time) A rare position has become available for a self-motivated person with the ability to work well independently, as a team and at times under pressure. The successful applicant must be honest, compassionate, with an interest in the health/ medicines industry and possess good computing skills. Must be flexible with regard to working hours and some weekend work required. Previous experience in the health and customer service is an advantage with ongoing formal training required dependent on experience. All applications treated in strictest confidence Please send or present in person your resume with a hand written cover letter outlining your relevant attributes to: “The Personnel Manager” Confidential-Senior Pharmacy Assistant Priceline Pharmacy Renmark PO Box 92, Renmark 5341

Position Vacant

FIRST LESSON FREE

Citrus category Logistics Coordinator (Casual)

FLU CLINICS All patients over the age of 65 years will be provided with a vaccination free of charge from the Health Commission. All Indigenous patients over 15 years will be provided with a vaccination free of charge from the Health Commission. Clinics for these patients ONLY will commence on Monday 2nd April 2012. PATIENTS OF THIS CATEGORY PLEASE CONTACT THE CLINIC TO BE GIVEN AN APPOINTMENT DATE AND TIME. Clinics will run for a short period only therefore a booking is essential. Consent Forms for vaccinations must be collected prior, completed and brought with you when you attend. Please bring Medicare card to the appointment. ALL OTHER PATIENTS (64 and under) that require a flu vaccine please contact the clinic to be allocated an appointment date and time.

The ideal candidate must be able to demonstrate a high level of initiative, self motivation and excellent communication skills. This person will be required to operate a motor grader and must be capable of road construction, final trim, and must have a good understanding of product mixing & compaction White Card, Traffic Management and a good understanding of OH&S is required. Experience in grader operation is critical to the successful applicant. Other licenses & experience in laser equipment will be looked upon favourably This position is full time and is to start immediately. Remuneration based on experience If you are looking for a long term opportunity please send your resume to matt@malleeearthworks.com or Phone 0407 716 821

‘We are a community orientated club with no instructors being paid to teach. All funds stay in the club to pay for expenses (eg. new equipment, gi embroidery, trophies, etc) using local businesses.’

Public Notices

AT RENMARK MEDICAL CLINIC, 2012

Currently seeking a Grader Driver

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

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7.00am Sunday 8 April 2012

2.30pm Sunday 8 April 2012

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

This position involves working with the Renmark Marketing team from April to November on an annual basis. The key functions include the daily booking and monitoring of containers, liaising with freight companies, coordinating pickup and delivery of containers and liaising closely with Shipping Companies. The Logistics Coordinator is also responsible for entering export orders, forwarding order details to packinghouses and container loading facilities. Other duties include daily support to sales, export documentation and administration staff. Previous experience in logistics would be desirable. The success applicant needs to be able to work with people under pressure, be well organized, have good communication skills and have a good understanding of all Microsoft programs. For a copy of the position description or further information on the role please contact Mark Riedel on 08 85861237 otherwise all applications must be emailed to mark.riedel@costaexchange.com.au with a current resume. th

Applications close Tuesday 10 April, 2012.

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26 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday March 29, 2012

CHARLIE’S SPORTS GOSS

The T Riverland’s most authoritative sports commentator ...

WITH GRAHAM CHARLTON

Passion for baseball ■ WHEN installing Margaret Golding as a life member of the association at last Friday night’s annual presentation dinner, past Riverland Baseball President Kym Bament said she always played a passionate part. “I always valued her input at meetings, she was always prepared to speak her mind and showed her passion for the sport and also got in and helped wherever necessary to promote baseball in the Riverland,” he said. Margaret`s outstanding contribution started in 1992 with organising, coaching and scoring in junior competitions at Glossop Primary and High schools and up until 2001, she was involved

in establishing fundraising for, and coaching T-Ball at Winkie. From 1996 to 2003 she was secretary of the Riverland Junior League having joined that committee in 1993. Anybody involved in sport knows few people compete for the scorebook. But this has not fazed Margaret. She has kept the scores at junior and senior levels from Winkie to Berri, the Pirates and Barmera and has been the official scorer, including at grand finals, for both the junior and senior leagues from 1992 until 2011. Margaret served on the

Riverland Committee from 2003 to 2011, 2005 to 2011 as secretary and also found time to act at committee level for both the Berri and Barmera clubs between 1998 and 2011. This is a well deserved life membership and through it all Margaret has supported her three sons Matt, Jason and Tim in their outstanding careers. She would have been proud to see her youngest son Tim receive his third consecutive best and fairest Wesslink Medal on Friday night giving the family seven awards on end with the first going to Matt followed by three to Jason. Tim was not the only player to

receive a Wesslink Medal for 201112 as he shared the award with Berri premiership coach Nick Kuhn who finally was rewarded for his outstanding all-round performances over a long career that has included a stint in Adelaide as well as the local competition. The B Grade best and fairest award went to Lyrup Lions’ Roy Grenfell, while the Rookie of the Year trophy went to a veteran newcomer to the sport, Berri’s Ken Karpany. Better known for his exploits on the football and cricket fields, Ken would surely have to have claims as one of the Riverland’s most versatile sports people.

■ AWARD: Riverland A grade baseball joint best and fairest winners Tim Golding and Nick Kuhn.

Riverland junior tennis team dominates rivals ■ “IT WAS the biggest winning margin by either team in this long running event”. That was the comment from tennis stalwart Mike Horsman after he had accompanied the Riverland junior team to Mildura on Sunday for the annual clash with Sunraysia. A satisfied man, Horsman described how Riverland had defeated its rivals for the third time in a row but on this occasion had shown far superior depth in its playing ranks to win 63 sets to 17. In the boys division, 20 singles matches were contested and the only home team victory was a top single where Sunraysia’s talented Shaun Kelly defeated Jacob Jaensch 6-1, 6-2. Brodie Kollmann then started

the Riverland dominance with a 6-5, 6-1 win against Dave Antony at second single and from there on, the only time one of our players was threatened was right down at 20th position. Nine-year-old Jake Stoeckel fought back to win 1-6, 6-1, 6-5 (108 tie break) in a courageous effort. Riverland also won nine of the 10 boys doubles sets, including a 6-3, 6-4 result by Jack Jaensch and Brodie Kollmann over the Kelly-Antony combination at top position. The girls singles went 12-8 in Riverland’s favour but it is here that the difference in the depth of players was most apparent. Sunraysia won the top seven positions although Horsman was quick to say “our girls were extreme-

Twenty five shooters challenged at Renmark ■ THE weather was perfect, there were 25 competitors including 10 from Adelaide but the range setters Jason Hefford and Mat Redway worked to test shooter ability all day. Some targets at the Renmark-Berri Field and Game March Shoot were tough but all four grades were well supported and the competition was close with three shoot offs necessary and C grade decided by one target. Overall scores reflected the challenging range. Adelaide’s Richard Dean was an example. He started with 23/25 but dropped his last two on the very difficult stand five and like everyone else on the day, the range caught up with him. He dropped to 21/25 and

19/25 to finish. Dean took out AA grade with 63/75 followed by Rob Shawyer 66/85 after a shoot off with his fellow Renmark entrant Tony Trevorrow 64/85. Renmark pair Colin Nunn 63/85 and Kailan Markham 59/85, finished in that order in A grade after a shoot off. BJ Jensen (Adelaide) 55/90 took out B grade from Renmark’s Steve Markham 54/90 after a long shoot off and Jo Brown (Renmark) 40/75 won C grade from Bryan Stokes (Adelaide) 39/75. Adelaide’s Mike McKinnon 5/5 won Flash Target. The next Renmark-Berri shoot is the GB–Corsivia 150 Classic, set down for April 28 and 29.

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ly competitive though against some talented girls and it was a great experience for all of them”. At third position, Lucy Sanderson defeated Ashleigh Smith 6-3, 5-6, 6-5 (10-2 tie break). The girls doubles was the closest section of the tournament with the home team taking out the top four matches and Riverland winning the other six. Those first four matches contained some extremely keen contests including Collett–Olofsson defeating Renae van der Hoek and Marnie Stewart 3-6, 6-4, 6-5 (10-5 tie break), Mastrippolito–Sanderson, Ashleigh Smith and Alicia Shotton 6-3, 4-6, 6-5 (12-10 tie break) and Rogerson–Daymond winning 6-3, 0-6, 6-5 (11-9 tie break) over Sarah-

Jane Albrecht and Emily Taylor. Victories by Riverland pairs included Jamie Jaensch and Shenae Rucioch 3-6, 6-3, 6-5 (10-8 tie break) against Barker–Patterson and Nicola Burdette and Megan Schwartzkopff 4-6, 6-4, 6-5 (7-3 tie break) against Paolucci and Dimasi. “The mixed doubles are usually Sunraysia’s strength but we won there too, 17-3,” Horsman said. William Koskinos, with Tianna Adamczyk, had a tremendous tussle before winning 5-6, 6-5, 6-5 (10-3 tie break) against Vinu Anthony and Isobella Collett. It was much the same when Murray Burton and Emily Taylor just edged out Jordan Fleri and Madeline Barker 5-6, 6-5, 6-5 (10-

6 tie break) and Keaton Ferber and Megan Schwartzkopff also won in a three set tie breaker. At second position Antony, with Kate Olofsson, won for Sunraysia 6-2, 2-6, 6-5 (10-6 tie break) against Brodie Kollmann and Ashleigh Smith. The overall result was a tremendous for Riverland tennis, not because of the comprehensive victory but more because of the competitive, high standard nature of the play from the top to the bottom of the team rankings. “Twelve boys from our Division One competition did not make this trip, while I understand that Sunraysia was within two or three players of having their best side,” Horsman concluded.

Surprises predicted in this weekend’s tennis grand finals ■ THE 2011/12 Riverland tennis season has contained so many faults and aces both on and off the court that it would not surprise if there were to be a few more surprises in this weekend’s finals. Last Saturday’s preliminary finals certainly set the scene. In Division One, Waikerie defeated Renmark Tintra eights sets to four after winning five of the six doubles sets and then sharing the singles scores. The Waikerie women, Jo Elson and Penny Kroehn, combined for crucial contributions with comfortable doubles victories. Key player Troy Lehmann had other commitments on the day but made it for the doubles, where partnered by Ben Haines, the pair also scored important wins for Waikerie

in close contests 7-6 and 7-5 over Andrew Giles and John van der Hoek. John Pick won a cracker of a match for Renmark at top single, 9-8 against Tom Waterson, while Haines defeated Giles 9-7. Cobdogla deserve definite favouritism in the grand final against Waikerie but if both sides have their best lineups on board it could be closer than the season’s results suggest. Waikerie, at home, did defeat Cobdogla in the opening round of the season 7-5 but since then it has gone in Cobby’s favour, 10-2, 10-2, 8-4 and in the second semi final, 9-3. The major round in Division Two has been almost freakish. In the first semi-final, Renmark Tintra ended Cobdogla Blue’s season 6 sets, 68 games to 6 sets, 61 games

and in the second semi-final Loxton defeated minor premiers Barmera 6 sets, 72 games to 6 sets, 60 games. It is no surprise then that in the preliminary final Renmark won 6 sets, 65 games against Barmera 6-60. Scores between the grand finalists Loxton and Renmark have not been that close in previous clashes this season however, Loxton won 7-5 then 8-4 but then it was Renmark’s turn 10-2. Barmera will meet Moorook in Division Three after the latter eliminated second placed Renmark 7-65 to 5-66 in the preliminary final. As a guide Barmera have defeated Moorook 7-5 and 6-63 to 6-62, Moorook won 6-59 to 6-57 and in the last meeting it was again Barmera 7-5. All finals will be played at Barmera.

Superdogs make perfect start to season against Broken Hill ■ THE Riverland Superdogs finally broke through for a victory against the Broken Hill Shinglebacks in round one of the SA AFL Masters Competition at Lyrup Oval last Saturday but they did it the hard way. After trailing by five

goals at the first break, the home side was inspired by a dominant performance in ruck and around the ground by new recruit Shaun ‘Larry Bird’ Harris and the brilliant linking play through the midfield of Ken Karpany and ran

out winners 11-6 (72) to 9-7 (61). Full back Sam Ingerson found that he could move mountains and with the aid of two dashers in Ron Foulds and Darran van der Woude, the defence got right on top.

Nathan Willmott could have claimed five goal man Sid Norton as a deduction as a dependant on his tax return, Shane Hannagan was all desperation while debutant Steve ‘Awesome’ Williams and Brenton Fenwick controlled the wings.

Riverland Football League explores changes to Anzac Day medals ■ From Page 28 In its recent correspondence the RFL acknowledges that the RSL has already had the 2012 A grade medal printed so nothing can be done about that for this season but it requests that if the Veterans’ Centre is still prepared to supply the Independent Medal, it is not to have a person’s name attached to it. It says further that if the centre is not comfortable with that, the RFL will forego the generous sponsorship and supply and pres-

ent the medal itself. The RFL does not elaborate on why it is unhappy about having names printed on medals but it seems that for some commissioners the true meaning of Anzac is an issue. I am not going to debate a definition of our National Day of Remembrance here but it is obvious that when names were added to these medals in 2011, it was only after extensive negotiations involving the R & SL Australia (SA Branch) along with its councillors and any inter-

ested parties and the SANFL. The people with the greatest interest in this issue therefore surely sanctioned the arrangement. The person whose name were to be attached to the medal was ‘to have portrayed the spirit of Anzac and to have displayed such ideals during their lifetime’. It seems football and netball associations across our state and beyond have embraced and adopted the name change including in Broken Hill, the Far West, Port Lincoln, Western Bor-

der, Kangaroo Island and, closer to home, in the Mallee where the football league called for nominations and settled on Geoff Blacket. In netball, sister FR Casson was chosen. In the Riverland, our netball associations, as I understand, have no objection to their ‘Marg Lambert’ and ‘Audrey Hefford’, Anzac Medals. But this is apparently not the case with the RFL Commission as far as the Chas Gardner and Norm Kassulke awards are concerned.


Thursday March 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 27 We cannot oppose it because it is a matter of sovereignty but let me tell you frankly we do not love it ~ Olympic president Jacques Rogge.

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The number of A grade softball flags won by Loxton in the past four years.

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Club delegates discuss an increase in first division teams at Barmera meeting

Bowling’s proposed revamp ■OVER recent years there has often been thoughts put forward from various sources that the structure of local bowling competitions, particularly at top level, needs a revamp. At a meeting of club delegates at Barmera last Thursday night, this issue was addressed with two such proposals. Suggestion one contemplates an increase in First Division teams from six to 12 with the size of the teams being reduced from four rinks of four players to three of four, for example from 16 players down to 12.

The 12 teams would come from the existing First Division plus those filling the top six positions in Second Division in 2011-12. The new competition would involve one complete round of 11 games prior to Christmas. Then the top six and bottom six teams would form separate competitions and each would play a complete round of five matches and then decide premierships in the same manner that exists now with top four playoffs. First Divisions Red and Blue have been suggested.

Pinnaroo wins title ■MINOR premiers Pinnaroo overcame an early collapse that saw them floundering at 3 for 11 to fight themselves to 188 in last weekend’s Pinnaroo and Border cricket grand final and then held Lameroo to 133 to grab the 2011-12 premiership. Lameroo’s opening attack of Josh Ridgway (2 for 58) and Martin Sumner (5 for 57) soon had Sunny Vogt, Brad Rosenzweig and Kane O’Loughlin back in the shed without bothering the scorers but opener Heath Boseley (87) and Scott Kirkbright (31) steadied the ship until another three wickets toppled quickly. Some useful tailend con-

tributors led by Luke Kirkbright (26) proved to be invaluable in the end result. Lameroo then had no answer to Pinnaroo paceman Brad Rosenzweig who had impressed in his first appearance with Murray Districts at the SACA Country Carnival earlier in the season. The Pinnaroo and Border Cricketer of the Year tore through the opposing batting, bowling 16.4 overs for figures of 7 for 26. His fellow opening bowler Andrew Bradley was solid in support with 2 for 47 as only Craig Altus (31) and Cam Barrett (29) threatened with the bat.

Why not Major League and Minor League instead? Under this format, minor round matches would then total 16 instead of the 22 played currently, so releasing some of the considerable pressure that has always seemed to plague the program. All other teams would play in their respective divisions as they do now. The second proposal refers to a seven-a-side scenario involving singles, pairs and fours running parallel to a 12 a team competition. This would mean 19 players

compared to the present 16 and obviously that could make it difficult for Second Division teams to participate. It is felt however, such an approach would offer a higher challenge to the better bowlers. Indications are that there are conflicting responses to these proposals and that is understood because the suggested changes are considerable. We can only wonder whether the recommendation that ‘this format would be on a trial basis in 2012-13’ can entice enough clubs to experiment with something different?

Riverland’s best of the best in pairs competition ■LOXTON Bowling Club stalwarts Malcolm Wachtel and Peter Kimber will play in the Region Four Finals of the Champion of Champions Pairs competition at Morgan on Saturday, April 14 after winning the Riverland title at Renmark on the weekend. The Loxton pair defeated Moorook’s Wayne and Darren Piltz 15-4 in round two of the tournament, Berri’s Craig and Dennis Treloar 11-10 in a cliff hanger semifinal and in the final defeated Bob Tankard and Neil Dunstan from Renmark RSL in another close call, 12-11. Other clubs represented were Loxton RSL by Craig Kernich and Jade Wright, Barmera by Ken Barnett and Rob Hams, Waikerie by Jon Segneri and Ken Dubrich and Renmark by Ben Quarterbornes and

Eddy Schulz, while forfeits were received from Lyrup and Monash. Meanwhile, Renmark’s John Van der Wyst and his partner Joan Hodgson will travel to Adelaide for the third weekend in a row after they won through to the final 16 teams in the State Mixed Pairs Championships at the Prospect Broadview Club last Sunday. Playing only one game amongst the remaining 32 teams in the competition, John and Joan scored a five on the last end to grab a 2119 victory from Marion’s Adam Forbes. This is a remarkable effort by the Renmark RSL duo as Joan has only been playing the sport since the 2010-11 season and up until now has been involved in social bowls with only limited pennant appearances for her club.

â– FLAG: Loxton won the A grade softball title. Photos: GRANT SCHWARTZKOPFF

Loxton reverses result IN 2010-11 there was an upset result in the A grade softball grand final when Cobdogla defeated title favourites Loxton but there was no repeat on Saturday when the same two rivals met for the 2011-12 premiership at Glassey Park. Loxton won comfortably 8-1 with junior Brett Anderson (pictured below) producing a superb display in the field and with the bat to take out the Best on Ground award. It was a good all-round team effort in the Strikers’ third A grade premiership in four seasons. In the B grade grand final Lyrup had Deeanna Holtham Best on Ground when it defeated Loxton 14-6 and in the C grade, Berri defeated Waikerie 17-8 with Austin Karpany named best-a-field.



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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Issue No. 222

ANZAC MEDAL CONTROVERSY

RFL wants to cease naming award By GRAHAM CHARLTON

Toast of the town ■ WINNERS WINNERS:: Loxton A grade broke a 12 year drought when it won the cricket title on the weekend. Full story Page 25. Photo: BRAD PERRY

THE Riverland Football League Commission has written to the Riverland Veterans’ Centre advising that it is not prepared to continue having the Anzac Day Medals “named after one person”. Anzac Medals, in association with sporting events, have become a tradition in this country from top level to grass roots competitions. The Returned & Ser-

are currently present in both our A grade and Independent football and netball competitions. As far as football is concerned the SANFL, in conjunction with RSL South Australia, has supplied the local A grade medal as part of a statewide campaign, while the Independent Medal has been donated by the local Veterans’ Centre.

vices League Of Australia sees Anzac Day Sports Medals as a way of linking the younger generation to values such as mateship, courage, loyalty, self sacrifice and teamwork displayed by the people to whom the awards are dedicated. In football, from the AFL down, the award is designed for the ‘player who best exemplifies that Anzac spirit’. Here in the Riverland these awards have been with us since 2008 and

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Loxton wins 33rd shield BY JUSTIN EVERS LOXTON High School claimed its 33rd consecutive Championship Shield at the Riverland Interschool Athletics Carnival in Waikerie yesterday. Loxton finished on 2107.5 points, well ahead of Glossop (1806.5), Renmark (1710.5) and Waikerie (1475.5). Loxton High School Principal Steve Marshall said the win was a great achievement for the school.

“It is a fantastic result and it is all due to the dedication and skill of the staff and students,” he said. Tenille Schammer, from Loxton High School, claimed the Most Outstanding Female Athlete of the meet, while Glossop High School student Tyson Schrapel was the Most Outstanding Male Athlete. Winning the Ball Games Shield was a consolation for home side Waikerie, while the Handicap Shield was won by Renmark High School.

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