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Festive appeal Hundreds of motorcyclists will ride through Riverland streets on Sunday full of Christmas spirit. â–  COLLECTING: Phoebe and Kaitlyn Rodden, of Renmark, prepare for the toy run on Sunday as Ulysses Club Mallee Branch members Trevor Brine (left) and Graeme Rule are ready to ride. Photo: BRAD PERRY

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NO SNAKE CATCHERS RIVERLAND councils and pest controllers are being inundated with phone calls about snake concerns due to an urgent lack of licensed catchers in the region. Currently there are no licensed snake catchers in the Riverland with two people endorsed to handle level 3 venomous snakes, not renewing their permits to date.

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BRAD PERRY With temperatures forecasted to tip more than 40 degrees across the region today, locals are being warned to be on the look out for the active reptile. Residents have already

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reported seeing snakes up to six feet long as the weather warms. Renmark Paringa, Berri Barmera and Loxton Waikerie councils have all confirmed consistent communication from the public regarding where to find a snake catcher.

Like many others in the region, local pest controller Ben McPhee said he has been receiving two to three phone calls per week regarding snake catching services but is only able to offer advice. A Department for Environment, Water and Natu-

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■ From Page 1 “Members of the public have always been allowed to deal with snakes if required. “Under the Act, the only snake catchers who have to be trained and licensed are those who wish to conduct commercial snake removal businesses.” The spokesperson said snakes should be left alone and children and pets should be kept well away. “A snake will usually move on, especially if it is in an area without a food source,” they said. “For this reason, keeping yards clean to discourage rats and mice is very important.” A spokesperson for the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board said snake sightings may continue to rise due to increased breeding. “With the high rainfall of 2010 and 2011, coming after almost a decade of low rainfall years and drought, there has been an increase in breeding

THE State Government has advised the Riverland Weekly that there are no licensed snake catchers currently in the region. Given the reports I have heard about sightings, snakes are more than active and will no doubt be spotted even in town

activity and a perceived bounce in the numbers of many species, including frogs and rabbits,” they said. “Small animals such as these are important prey items for snakes, so it would seem plausible that as prey items have increased in abundance, snakes have also bred well and have increased in number. “We must also remember that spring and summer, on hot days, are the most common times to see snakes as they are most active. “If we leave them be, we can appreciate their importance in the ecosystem and keep safe at the same time.”

TWO major Riverland events have featured amongst the top placings at the 2012 South Australian Tourism Awards. The Loxton Christmas Lights Festival was awarded silver in the Festivals and Events Category, while in the same category the Renmark Rose Festival received bronze on the weekend. After winning the tourism award in 2006, 2008 and 2009 and receiving a silver acknowledgement last year, Loxton Christmas Lights Festival president Peter Mangelsdorf said the volunteers were honoured to have their efforts recognised. “It’s good to be acknowledged on a state level and people know who we are and they hear about us at the tourism awards

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■ A photo of a big brown snake recently caught in the Riverland.

centres as today’s weather peaks at 44 degrees. So what is being done to fix this problem? Who do we call if we need a snake removal? At this stage these are open ended questions. The State Government suggested we phone a metropolitan snake catcher but that idea seems un-

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likely given the amount of time it will take them to get here and the cost of the service. It becomes dangerous to think it is up to the residents to deal with a snake that is threatening. That’s a task we want to avoid at all costs but sometimes we may have no other options.

and they know we are Loxton Christmas Lights,” he said. “It’s a great attraction drawing people to the town and visitors from outside the area.” The awards come after media personality Lisa McCaskill visited Loxton last month as part of the judging process for the South Australian Tourism Awards. During her visit she inspected the Loxton Christmas Lights and Santa’s Workshop to see what goes on in the town for the Christmas Lights Festival, which began on the weekend. Lisa also visited The Renmark Rose Festival during the trip. Pictured is Lisa McCaskill with Loxton Christmas Lights secretary Pat West (left) during

Renmark pageant’s float call ORGANISERS of the Renmark Christmas Pageant are calling on local businesses and community groups to enter more floats for the parade. With just 15 committed to participating so far, committee spokesperson Darren Letton said he hopes to have about 30 floats entering this year’s pageant on December 7. The committee has also filled the role of

Father Christmas with a Barmera identity offering his time to be present at Santa’s Cave, which will open near the town fountain, on December 7 at 5.30pm. “We are still putting it out there for Renmark and to anyone really to bring a float because we want more floats,” Mr Letton said. “The more the better.”


Thursday November 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 3

Town centre’s revitalisation RENMARK’S town centre is set to be revitalised with a milliondollar project aimed at giving the local economy a major boost. The Renmark Paringa Council has released concept plans for public consultation as it seeks almost $400,000 from the third round of the Regional Development Australia Fund for the project. Initially council looked at upgrading the Renmark Avenue toilet block, as well as another project to review the future use of Murray Avenue. Renmark Paringa Council chief executive officer Tony Siviour said council decided to incorporate a larger project including bollarding Murray Avenue, paving an outdoor dining precinct and adding healthy spaces. “We hope the overall project encourages new retail and tourism activities,” he said.

“The community has been through a difficult period and we just think the timing’s right, you’ve had the Futures money allocated, we’ve got water back in the river and hopefully the community is feeling better about themselves.

Mr Siviour met with representatives from the Renmark Hotel and Renmark Club on Monday night and he said discussions were positive. “They are really supportive of it and hopefully they might want to be involved,” he said.

We hope the overall project encourages new retail and tourism activities. “We think it is a good opportunity to upgrade a major asset in our town which we’ve identified needs upgrading, which is the toilets, which sort of drag the town centre down a little bit. ‘We thought we would try and incorporate some other stuff around that instead of just building a toilet block.”

“We’re are just trying to create a bit of an outdoor dining precinct. “Hopefully it will work in with the plans that the Renmark Club has for the upgrading of its club and the hotel is looking at upgrading its dining facilities upstairs and some outdoor dining as well. “It’s just adding to the atmo-

sphere of that precinct.” The costings for the project are broken down into $420,840 for boat mooring facilities, $406,400 for solar lighting, recycling stations, a new toilet block and dual lane access to parking on Renmark Avenue, $39,000 to art and signage, $30,000 to walkway access and bollarding of Murray Avenue, $25,000 on paving the outdoor precinct and $28,3000 on healthy spaces such as community Wi-Fi point, bike racks, dog litter bags, water fountains and trees. Mr Siviour said a town square concept could be a potential long term option. “It may be something that if the community grows it is something that we look at in the future, it is not something we can look at in the short term,” he said. Public consultation for the project ends on December 22.

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Advertisers show interest in tyre THE chosen advertisers on the historic Yamba tyre may have to foot the bill for a new coat of paint. The Riverland Tourism Association has had high amounts of interest to advertise on the back and front of the Riverland icon and chairman Peter Freeman said discussions are continuing. “We’ve had interest from tourism orientated bodies in advertising on both sides of the tyre and because of the cost of it, we want to find out whether the advertisers are prepared to share the cost of re-

painting it in lieu of an annual fee,” he said. “As I understand it, the update would be a fresh coat of paint and sign writing plus checking the structural soundness of it at the same time.’ Mr Freeman said the advertising interest has come from individual tourism businesses and said there is a big opportunity to promote the Riverland on the tyre. Progress is expected to be made on the tyre at the RTA’s committee meeting next month.

Renmark Paringa Council chief executive officer Tony Siviour said council had little response to advertising on the tyre. “We’ve been working with a media company in Adelaide about some opportunities for the Yamba tyre and they’ve explored many and at this stage there doesn’t appear to be a lot of interest,” he said. “We are wanting to go back to RTA, who are the owners of the asset, and have a discussion with them as to where they want to go from here.”

Teachers accept three per cent rise STUDENTS and their parents can look forward the start of the new school year without industrial action with Australian Education Union (AEU) members giving the State Government’s offer a resounding thumbs-up. AEU SA president Correna Haythorpe said yesterday teachers would receive a three per cent wage rise over the next three years. “We consider it to be a done deal,” Ms Haythorpe said. “We have had a 96 per cent vote in support of the offer.” Importantly the deal also offered school and pre-schools a funding commitment for its staff and human

resources budgets for that time. “It gives schools certainty because they know what is to happen for the next three years.” Despite being the government’s first offer to the AEU it had followed “eight months of intense negations”. “We are in the very unusual situation of the first offer being the best offer,” she said. Previous wage agreements had been lengthy, with the 2008/2009 school years being marred by rallies and stop work meetings. However, while Ms Haythorpe believed the premier and education minister had been “much more respectful” in their attitude towards

teachers this time around, the AEU plans to make the need for more permanent teachers an election issue in 2013. “We have to have some contract positions to backfill people on leave,” she said. However, while the numbers of permanent teachers had risen from 79 to 82 per cent in the past year, the AEU said more was needed, and it was still under the target of 85 per cent. She said there were some teachers who had been unable to gain a permanent position in 20 years – and as such were forced to live with uncertainty from contract to contract.

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Kerbside Waste Collection Update This is the sixth article of a fortnightly update regarding the implementation of the new waste collection system to start in January 2013. When will the bins arrive? The bins will be delivered over the next two weeks commencing on Monday the 3rd of December and finishing on Friday the 14th of December, 2012. When do I start using the new bins? The first collection will be the week commencing the 31st December, 2012, with recycling and general waste.

■ LABEL: Glenview Poultry Farm’s Darren Letton with his new egg code this week. Photo: BRAD PERRY

LOCAL egg producer Darren Letton believes regulations introduced this week will give consumers greater confidence that they are buying the highest quality eggs. From last Monday all eggs entering the food supply chain must be stamped with a producer or processor’s unique identification markings as part of new national standards. Mr Letton, who owns Glenview Poultry Farm at Paringa, said it was one of only two South Australian companies using specific logos to brand eggs. Other companies have

been given a number to identify their farm. Mr Letton said the new regulations would help improve quality assurance. “It stops people from taking a second hand car-

ing audited and following all of these processes. “All they want to do is make sure everyone is doing it correctly. “I’m not against people selling eggs, as long as they

I’m not against people selling eggs, as long as they are doing it right. ton and having a little stall on the side of the road and selling them,” he said. “A lot of people sell dirty and cracked eggs. “A professional farmer has to do lots of things, we have audit systems, we spend lots of money on be-

are doing it right.” Mr Letton already brands his eggs with a quirky message and now has his own egg cup logo unique to his business. “Rather than just having the number on there, I still wanted to have my

messages on the eggs, so I came up with this little logo,” he said. South Australian Agriculture, Food and Fisheries Minister Gail Gago said producers would be required to remove any cracked or dirty eggs from sale to ensure eggs did not become infected by salmonella. “Egg stamping will ensure that any eggs that need to be traced back to the farm can be done quickly and easily,” she said. “Under the scheme, producers must be accredited if they have more than 50 laying birds and sell eggs.”

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Why start over the Christmas and New Year period? It is a time of increased paper, glass and cardboard that can be recycled, so with the two bins you will have greater capacity and bins will not overflow. What happens about cans and bottles that usually go to the local recyclers? You can still redeem these with the local recyclers who are not changing their businesses. When does the Monash Waste Facility change to a Waste Transfer Station? Waste cannot be buried at the site after Saturday the 15th of December, 2012. Is there any assistance for churches and charities before conditions change? Local churches and charities will be able to take hard waste to the Monash facility free of charge up until the changes on Saturday the 15th of December, 2012. Will I get more information? Yes, a calendar giving details about what goes in each bin and what week of the month and day the different bins need to be put out will be delivered to each household.

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■ STORMY: Loud cracks of thunder and visible fork lightning swept across the Riverland on Monday night causing widespread power cuts. Photographers Grant Schwartzkopff and Waikerie’s Lachlan Cain braved the weather to take some spectacular shots.

Riverland riders to rollup for Tucker and Toy Run UP TO 350 motorcyclists will take to Riverland streets this weekend collecting donations as part of the 2012 Tucker and Toy Run. Supporting the Riverland Christmas Appeal, the annual event provides a large number of donations to help the less fortunate at Christmas. The Ulysses Club Mallee Branch is hosting the event and organiser Graeme Rule is calling on the community to donate items for the cause. “We are anticipating a very supportive haul of

donations of all kinds, soft toys, non perishable food and cash donations,” he said. “People come out on the streets and have a look at it and it fits in with in the Loxton Lights Festival and the Christmas functions the various towns are having. “I think Christmas is a very important time of the year where families can be together and enjoy the festive season and it is really sad if somebody misses out, so we want everybody to win and people who are

less fortunate, we give them a hand up.” The Tucker and Toy Run will begin from each end of the Riverland on Sunday, starting in Renmark at 9.15am and in Waikerie at 8.45am and finish at the Barmera Markets. Vans travelling with the bikes will accept gifts or donations during the run. Meanwhile, organisers of the Riverland Christmas Appeal are urging those who wish to apply to do so by the cut off date tomorrow. Organiser Cheryle Tay-

lor said she expected the number of hampers to be “on a par to last year”. “There’s been more toys donated than food so far,” she said.

■ RUN: Tucker and Toy Run organisers Trevor Brine (left) and Graeme Rule with Phoebe and Kaitlyn Rodden, of Renmark.


Thursday November 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 5

School’s history lives on THE history of Lyrup Primary School, dating back almost 100 years, will live on following the school’s closure on December 14. The Governing Council and the School Closure Advisory Group identified 10 items of memorabilia that it wanted displayed in a public place, as it planned for the school’s closure. Lyrup Primary School principal John Trobbiani said the items held great historic value to the community and were taken to Lyrup Club on Tuesday. “We’ve identified things that are of significant sentimental value and we’ve identified that they should be displayed for the public to see and kept together to respect and honour the past scholars, present and future members of Lyrup’s community,� he said. “We identified the Club as the best of the venues we’ve got available to us at the moment and they’ve accepted the responsibility of looking after them and keeping them on display in memory of Lyrup Primary School.

■ HISTORY: With the Lyrup Primary School’s memorabilia at the Lyrup Club are (from left) principal John Trobbiani, Tony Smith and Club manager Emma Kruger with students Breanna, Hayden and Bryce Schultz, (back) Jesse Hill and Shannon Slugget. Photo: BRAD PERRY “It’s (the memorabilia) a faboulous memory of those people and the school and it should be kept together as much as we can.�

Lyrup Club manager Emma Kruger said the community would now be able to regularly view the historic items. “It’s just great that we can take

it on to keep it in the community so it is not forgotten,� she said. Items now at the Club included the Lyrup Primary School honour board, an honour roll for previous scholars who fought in World War One, a framed 1934 school photo and a framed river scape by Tony Smith. A number of the items created plenty of interest at the ‘Come Back to Lyrup Primary’ Day on November 18 attended by more than 400 people. The future of the school building and property itself is still undecided, according to Mr Trobbiani. “There is not a definite decision made yet,� he said. “There is a clear process that’s followed, it will be offered to government departments and if the government departments are interested they’ll put forward a case to buy it. “If that is not taken up it will be offered to Renmark Paringa Council and if they don’t elect to take it over, it will be put up for sale by private tender.�

ria’s horticulture industry. Mr Walsh said there were more than 100 outbreaks in Victoria currently and an additional $10 million had been spent to fight fruit fly in the past two years. On the day of the Victorian Government’s announcement to reinstate fruit fly measures, Biosecurity South Australia released a reminder to travellers to be aware of the strict bans on bringing fuit and vegetables into

South Australia. It has stepped up its summer campaign against fruit fly. Biosecurity SA’s compliance manager Mark Langman warned that people who attempted to bring fruit or fruiting vegetables into the state could face a hefty fine for ignoring quarantine restrictions. “We have the capacity to run random roadblocks at any time, in any part of the state – but especially to protect the Fruit

Fly Free Exclusion Zone in our Riverland,� he said. “We’ve recently issued 33 expiations to people who thought they didn’t need to worry about our plant health laws. Each will now receive a fine of $375.� Mr Langman said further random roadblocks were scheduled as part of increased vigilance to protect angainst fruit fly coming into South Australia from the eastern states or Western Australia.

Whetstone applauds historic water agreement but wants answers

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$265 million,� he said. “When are we going to achieve the other 40 or 45 gigalitres? “I heard the water minister (Paul Caica) say, “that’s okay, we’ll tip in 20 gigalitres�. “Where are we going to find the other 20 or 25 gigalitres?� South Australian Senator Anne Ruston said the support given to the Murray Darling Basin Plan by the Coalition was a great result for irrigators and the environment.

“For over a century we have been treating the rivers in the Murray Darling Basin as though they ended at state borders,� Senator McEwen said. “Rivers simply don’t work like that and across the Basin we have seen over allocation leading to environmental degradation.� “This is a huge achievement for everyone involved; an unparalleled opportunity to ensure a sustainable future for Basin communities.�

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Loxton Light Up Day

■ SMILE: Michelle and Georgia, 5, of Loxton clowning around on Loxton Light Up Day.

■ VISIT: Mildura visitors Drew and Ali Franklin with baby Emma during the event.

■ RAFFLE: Loxton’s Rosemary French, Kerrie-Anne Hughes selling raffle tickets for a new playground at Loxton Light up Day.

■ BUBBLES: Lauren, 11, and Grace, 13, trying out the bubble makers.

■ VISIT: Jamaine and Casey Cochrane at Loxton Light Up Day.

■ ART: Bailey Dawson, 8, Clarrissa, 8, and Braiden Bagguley, 7 participating in street art.

■ LEFT: (Front row from left) Christina Glekas, 12, Michaila Forgan, 13, Dana Teschner, 12, Brianna Glakas, 13, (back row from left) Adele Geyer, 12, Olivia Geyer, 18, and Brian Forgan. FEATURE

■ FUN: (From left) Renmark’s Jenny Cochrane, Chris Dixon, Corey Valente, 10, Allison and Lionel, 4.

■ CHRISTMAS: Kynan, 4, Tara, Ayden, 2, and Alyra, 5, all from Queensland enjoying the Christmas event at Loxton, while (left) the fireworks display was quite spectacular.

■ ABOVE: Allyissa, 12, Linda and Shane, of Adelaide enjoy the Christmas fetivities.

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WAIKERIE CHRISTMAS PAGEANT

Waikerie’s colourful pageant to fill the streets tomorrow

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AIKERIE’S main street will come alive tomorrow night with the much anticipated Lions Waikerie Christmas Pageant. From an array of floats, vintage cars, musical entertainment, colourful flower displays, scrumptious food and a variety of stalls, there promises to be something for everyone at this year’s pageant. The Riverland Vintage and Classic Car Club will complete two laps of the pageant circuit from 6.15pm before making way for the colourful floats from local businesses and organisations. At 6.30pm the pageant will begin from the Civic Centre, going down Crush Terrace, along White Street, up McCoy Street and to the top of the round-a-bout, completing two rounds of the circuit. One of the highlights of the pageant will be the South

Australian Police Band, which will lead the floats showing off their talents through their instruments. Santa will arrive on his float at the end of the pageant and his entrance to the town signals the opening of Santa’s Cave at the Waikerie Institute. Prizes for best floats over a number of categories will be awarded during the pageant. Up to 35 floats are expected for this year’s event, according to pageant co-ordinator Jan Heppner. “There’s four categories of floats, so there is always competition there,” she said. It is expected there will be no shortage of entertainment at the event with one of the highlights being chalk art for children, decorating the streets before the pageant begins. A 10 metre high rock climbing wall is likely to be

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popular amongst children, while sideshow alley is always a hit with the youth. Delicious food stalls will be available in the Civic Centre and several local bands will be playing in the streets of Waikerie. Mrs Heppner said the pageant is a time for the community to gather and socialise in a family friendly atmosphere. “The wonderful thing is that everybody gets out for the Christmas pageant, they all come and meet their friends and neighbours and people they haven’t seen since the last pageant,” she said. “It seems to be a nice community gathering, as well as the spectacular we can put on with the pageant. “Santa arrives on pageant night and the cave is officially opened on pageant night, so it is generally a busy time for Santa, I think he is run off his feet.”

■ PARADE: Local organisations join in the Waikerie Christmas Pageant last year.

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Thursday November 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 7

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Have your say about the issues that affect you.

Political will needed AT A MEETING earlier this year Central Irrigation Trust officers prepared a graph that separated out the substantial carbon tax component of the Trust’s electricity costs. You may remember the Federal Government’s promotional spin that only big users would pay but, of course, that tax had had to be factored into, and had increased significantly, Riverland irrigators’ water charges. There was a huge component in the electricity supplier’s pricing graph that the Trust said was nonnegotiable. Infrastructure has to be maintained but further reading alleges that when government sold public utilities to foreign investors they generously made them a guarantee of profit. The lucky and the strong may enjoy airconditioned comfort during heat waves but financially challenged Australians such as pensioners and the working poor will have to turn off their airconditioners. The result is many vulnerable people will die of the heat. In the February 2009 heat wave that preceded the Black Saturday bushfires, 374 mainly elderly Victorians died as a consequence of blackouts and brown outs in Melbourne’s privatised power infrastructure. The shut downs of energy intensive industries may ease demand and the need for new infrastructure but the collapsing physical economy’s job losses mean more people under employed on welfare. The Federal Government’s proposal to protect those vulnerable people from the power rises with

smart meters sounds like a scam. Vulnerable consumers’ ability to shift usage patterns in response to pricing signals won’t help while power suppliers are driving prices like they are and no help at all once their power is disconnected and they are surviving on food vouchers. People were promised cheaper power - not poverty and persecution by power providers. Australia has the world’s cheapest and largest resources of coal, natural gas and oil, and could produce the cheapest electricity in the world if only Australia governments would return to national banking and finance public electricity infrastructure at one to two per cent interest over 20 to 30 years. Then real price control and employment could begin again. The outright profiteering by foreign owners of Australia’s utilities is corporate thievery and should be illegal. Government sold the utilities - they could fix their monumental mistake by compulsorily acquiring

them back and nationalising them. Only governments can reduce the cost of electricity, (and water), for Australian producers and households, but have they the political will? Jeanette Staehr, Barmera.

Basin diversification THE ENSHRINING of the final Murray Darling Basin Plan into law this week was an historic moment for Basin communities; a minority Federal Labor Government has succeeded where previous governments have failed. The final plan will not only create a sustainable river system that supports communities, irrigators and the river itself, it will also ensure the long-term viability of the region. By supporting economic diversification in the Murray Darling Basin region, the Federal Government is enabling communities to build

on their local knowledge and local solutions to transform their comparative advantage into competitive advantage. The Basin communities understand the importance of learning how to live in a water-constrained environment. I have travelled the regions and seen first-hand the work Basin communities and industries have been doing to develop creative, long term solutions that support the move towards a more sustainable future. This funding will build on this commitment and on the existing work Basin communities have been undertaking in partnership with the Federal Government and the Murraylands and Riverland Regional Development Australia (RDA) committee since last November to identify potential projects that will diversify their skills and economic base. It is about working with the Murraylands and Riverland RDAs and communities to join the dots and achieve practical solutions that stack up. Partnerships are key to ensuring Basin communities continue to thrive now and into the future. I look forward to partnering with the South Australian Government, Basin communities and RDA committees on these important projects and to working together to restore the river system to health. Simon Crean, Regional Development Minister.

Season of goodwill? AS WE approach the season of goodwill, it has come to my attention that there is a semi-privatised government entity which either

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doesn’t know what the word means or is under pressure from the Federal Government to produce more profits. I am usually a great customer of Australia Post at this time of year as I have a large family in England and Europe. They all look forward to their Christmas card and Australian calendar. Last year, to send a calendar and a card cost me just over $4; this was airmail as there is no sea mail except for parcels. With two recent price hikes in two weeks, the cost has skyrocketed to $6.20 for anything up to 500 grams. I am now in a financial position where I am going to have to disappoint my many relatives because my Christmas mail bill will be prohibitive. To say that I am disgusted is an understatement but what I don’t understand is why Australia Post would be going to such lengths to actually discourage business? I cannot help wondering whether Australia Post and paper mail will still be around in 10 years or will it be email only, couriers companies carrying parcels and B-Pay as the only option to pay accounts. In my opinion, anyone employed by Australia Post or with a franchise, should be very concerned indeed. Alex Hodges, Birdwood. NOTE: The above cartoon by George Aldridge was produced in 1992 when he was a cartoonist-in-residence with the Riverland Horticultural Council, assisted by the Australia Council, the Federal Governments’ Art Funding and Advisory body and the Regional Cultural Council of SA.


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NIGEL FIDDLER

Keeping a short and sharp eye on what’s happening around the Riverland and Mallee

Elva is Nildottie’s garden queen FOR the past 20 years, 87-year-old Nildottie resident Elva Stengert has spent almost every day in Prosser Park in the main street of the town. During that time she has been planting, raking, weeding, watering and caring for this area for the enjoyment of locals and visitors to the town. As a result of her community efforts, the Mid Murray Council, in conjunction with the Nildottie Progress & Soldiers Memorial Hall

Association, recently unveiled a community seat with a plaque engraved with the inscription ‘Elva’s Garden’. During the unveiling at the park, Elva was presented with a framed certificate of appreciation. More than 50 people attended the presentation in the park then a luncheon in the local hall, including all of Elva’s five children and many of her 14 grandchildren (picutred). Elva regularly attends the Nildottie Progress

meetings, collects newspapers for recycling by the Mannum Lutheran Parish and has recently installed solar panels for her home. Rather than slowing down, she continues her community involvement and is a valued member of the small community. The next time you are travelling through Nildottie, call in at Prosser Park in the main street. Chances are, Elva will be there, looking after the plants and she loves a chat.

AND ANOTHER THING...

Waikerie man’s big Movember shave off WAIKERIE man Brian Oliver has been participating in Movember, raising money for Beyond Blue and prostate cancer, but it is now time to shave off his moustache. Brian (pictured) is one of several Waikerie residents participating in Movember and said he just wanted to do his bit to help. At the Waikerie Bowling Club at 1.30pm on Sunday, Brian is inviting members of the public to join him for the Big Shave Off. “Even though this has been fun and it is for a great cause, I will be glad to have a clean face again,” Brian said. If you would like to make a donation towards this great cause, go to http://au.movember. com, type in Brian Oliver in the search engine and click on the

view mo space button. Otherwise show your support by attending the event on Sunday. Brian said he would like to thank those who have donated thus far both online and with monetary donations.

Classmates together for high school reunion

■ REUNITE: Enjoying the dinner at the recent Loxton High School Year 8, 1962, reunion were Class 1c girls (from left) Glenys Cunningham (nee Kernich), Shirley Bland (nee Schilling), Pauling Schutz (nee King), Cynthia Mazzone (nee Goodrich), Marie Drewett (nee Jackson) and Lorraine Fielke (nee Thiele).

Local Riverlinx camp By Kingston-on-Murray Primary School year 4 student Tilly RECENTLY John Hartley Primary School (from Adelaide) came to our school for Riverlinx camp. They spent nearly three days here on site and we taught them about environmental issues and what we do about them at Kingston-on-Murray Primary School. The activities they participated in were ‘macro invertebrates’ at Banrock station with ranger Christophe, Loch Luna Cruises to spot bird life with Captain Carl, canoeing with Mr West, ‘Don’t be a Drip’ presentations telling them about what they can do to save water, ‘Worms’ showing them how to make a worm

farm, ‘Auzzie Mozzie’ educating the students on safety around mosquitos, ‘River Fish’ allowing them to learn about what is good for the river and bad for the river, ‘Water Watch Snapshot’ informing them of the testing we do with the Murray River water to help with its health and ‘Tidddalick’ telling the dreamtime story. Not only did we get to help the John Hartley students learn more about our river we made lots of new friends too.

Sarah proud to participate in Shave-For-A-Cure Before

EARLIER this year, Lameroo Regional Community School year 8 student Sarah Bullen participated in the Shave-ForA-Cure for the Leukaemia

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Foundation. Sarah’s hair was shaved by local hairdresser Jill Trowbridge and she the money raised went towards the cause.

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Thursday November 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 9

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life disadvantages to connect with their community and help employers achieve their goals. Entrenched in the local community for more than 20 years, Interwork has forged strong partnerships with local employers and community partners. Employment Services Area Manager Shelley Mawdsley said, “Interwork will continue to work closely with individuals, their families and carers, employers, physicians and other members of the community to help people achieve sustainable employment with the ultimate aim of support-

ing them to gain independence�. Interwork partners with local employers also. “We work with employers to match sustainable employment opportunities through workforce planning, recruitment advice, training and skills development and ongoing support to aid in achieving increased productivity,� Shelley said. With the extension of the contract for the next five years, Interwork’s commitment to the local community is unwavering and will provide further opportunity for Interwork to support and invest in the local commu-

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Getting Hitched!

10 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday November 29, 2012

Tara Bassham & Jason Pipe Scott’s (groomsman at our wedding) houseboat for the holidays which is where we met and the relationship continued from there.

Ceremony location: Bert Dix Park, Paringa. Reception location: Renmark Club Number of guests: 75 Where did you meet: My family has a houseboat at Walker Flat, as does my aunty and uncle. Jason was up at my cousin

Ph: 8588 7021

Where and how did you get engaged: I pestered Jason one weekend to look at rings with me and he refused. This resulted in me getting upset and buying two new kittens instead. The next weekend I again pestered him to look at rings and his fear of what and how many animals I would go and buy if he refused again resulted in us becoming engaged that day. He officially gave me the ring in the car in the car park but I made him ask me again properly in the lounge room when we got home.

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Challenges: While planning the wedding, not being able to speak to suppliers face-to-face in Renmark, Berri and Loxton was a challenge as we come from Adelaide. In the end though it was made a lot easier by everyone whom I dealt with. Our celebrant Lori Fielke was amazing, replying to every email I sent no matter what, even when she was on holidays in Sydney! Our florist

from Berri was just as reliable, creating the flowers I wanted just from photos that I emailed. When I saw them for the first time on the day they were just like the pictures. Lyn at Renmark club was amazing, everything ran so smoothly and our guests made many comments on how lovely the staff were. The Renmark Hotel was fantastic and made everything so straight forward that accommodating our guests was a breeze. The biggest challenge by far was transporting a four tier cake from Adelaide. Unfortunately my cake had to come from Adelaide because bakers in the Riverland were booked out even 12 months prior to my wedding as it turns out there were a lot of weddings in the region on the 10/11/12. Luckily my amazing parents came to the rescue and transported the cake to Renmark for the three hour jouney on Thursday, November 8, with ice packed around the creation and a very nervous mother in the passenger seat.

Lyn at the Renmark Club kindly let us store the cake in their big fridge until the wedding. My parents then turned around and returned to Adelaide the same day to help with final preparations only to get up at 5am the following morning to return to Renmark to get the houseboat we hired. It had to go under the morning bridge lift at Paringa and be put in front of the Renmark Club so it was ready for the bridal party when they arrived.

Kisses that dad and I had talked about since I was a little girl. Wedding song: Le Anne Rimes - How Do I Live Without You Celebrant: Lori Fielke Unique aspect: We are now Mr and Mrs Bassham as Jason decide to take my surname.

Favourite moments: Seeing our little puppy all dressed up in his suit was a highlight. Spending not just an amazing day but an amazing weekend with all of our closest family and friends was also a highlight. We really are thankful to have so many people that care about us and were willing to make the journey from Adelaide to Renmark to spend our special day with us. One special favourite moment for me personally was the father and daughter dance to Butterfly

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

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Price: $260,000 View: by appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

NEW Price: $159,500 View: by appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

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Mark Cresp ............................................Principal Chet Al ..................................................Sales Helen Makris ..................................................Sales Meegan Drogemuller Property Management .............................. OfďŹ ce Manager Jo Lloyd Morgan Mills ...................... OfďŹ ce Administration

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NEW Price: $350,000 View: by appointment Chet Al 0413 104 002

Mark Cresp

Chet Al

129 Renmark Ave, Renmark

8586 6831 Renmark raywhite.com


Thursday November 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 13 129 Renmark Ave, Renmark

8586 6831 Renmark

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Wren Street, Chaffey.......................................... 26.7 acres ...$450,000

Price: $160,000 with plant View: by appointment Mark Cresp 0417 883 892

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

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Quarte Street, Renmark.................................... 10 acres ......$160,000 BRMHOMERENTEDFORPW VINES

Sanctuary Road, Renmark.............................. 16.5 acres ...$170,000

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Darling Street, Renmark ................................... 19.2 acres ...$260,000 ACRES##7VINES BOXMARKETVINESTREEFRUITS

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

Mark Cresp

Chet Al

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$215pw

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Teal Street, Chaffey ............................................ 7.93 acres ..... $90,000 Mark Cresp

10 Tapio St, $335pw -ODERNBRHOME TILEDOPENPLAN LIV DUCTEDRSAIRCON FORMALDINING LOUNGE ENSUITE7)2TOMAIN ")2S DOUBLE GARAGE WITH ROLLER DOORS LARGE PERGOLA FOR OD ENTERTAINING SHEDDING FENCEDYARD Lot 37(98) Brewarinna St, $275pw 2URALBRBRICKFAMILYHOME DUCTED AIR COND %NSUITE ")2S FORMAL DININGLOUNGE GARAGE 3HEDDING not included.

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-ODERN  BR VILLA ENSUITE TO MAIN ")2S TILED OPEN PLAN LIVING SS AIR COND GARAGE WITH ROLLER DOOR PERGOLA SMALLCOURTYARD Lot 31 Chino Street, $210pw 6ERY NEAT RURAL  BR HOME ")2 TO MAIN SS AIR CON COMBUSTION HEATING REAR VERANDAH SINGLE GARAGE CARPORT LARGESHEDDING 83 Hughes Ave, $170pw .EAT  BR HOME DUCTED AC ")2S OPEN PLAN LIVING CARPORT REAR VERANDAH 17E Namoi St, $165pw 2URAL  BR STONE HOME AC GAS HEATING CARPORT PERGOLA STRICTLY NO pets. 12 Belah St, $160pw BR DUPLEX RC SPLIT SYSTEM AC CARPET THROUGHOUT CARPORT AND garden shedding. 3 Kurrajong Ave, $160pw BRHOMECLOSETOSCHOOLS PAINTED THROUGHOUT RSAIRCON SHEDDING

BERRI 1 Sultana Street, $250pw ,OVELYRENOVATEDBRHOME CLOSE TOSCHOOLS HOSPITALAND4OWN#ENTRE -ODERN KITCHEN  BATHROOM 7)2 TO MAIN ")2S DUCTED AC PAVED PERGOLA CARPORTANDSHEDDING

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Mark Cresp 0417 883 892 or 8586 6831 mcresp@raywhite.com

if you are thinking of selling.

Property Management Phone: 8586 6831

Mark Cresp

Mark Cresp

raywhite.com

THE

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OPEN

LIST

HOME INSPECTIONS FOR THIS WEEK

Saturday, December 1 MONASH 10.00 - 10.30am 12.00 - 12.30pm

S

ET IN a quiet street within walking distance of the Monash Primary School and store is this charming home which is ideal for the first home buyer or young family. The home offers three good sized bedrooms, varnished timber floors to the living areas, and attractive lounge with split system airconditioning and a gas heater with a feature brick mantelpiece. There is plenty of space for all your

vehicles plus the boat with a large enclosed carport and a garage, with a separate detached storeroom offering heaps of extra storage space. The wide rear verandah is the perfect place to sit and watch the kids play in the large backyard. Rear lane access is another added bonus. Just a short walk down the road is the iconic Monash Playground – ideal for keeping the kids entertained over the summer holidays.

MONASH

3

4 Jackson Street Price $120,000 Inspect Saturday Dec 1 10.00 - 10.30am RLA 147968

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Contact Ray White Renmark Chet Al 0413 104 002

4 Jackson Street Ray White Renmark 52 Fundak Road Ray White Renmark

PARINGA 10.00 - 10.30am 11.00 - 11.30am

3 Watkins Way Ray White Renmark 29 Shepherd Drive Ray White Renmark

RENMARK NORTH 10.00 - 10.30am

214 Paroo Street Ray White Renmark

RENMARK 11.00 - 11.30am

33 Seventeenth Street Ray White Renmark


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New Release BARMERA, 5 Cocksedge Road WALK TO THE LAKE

REDUCED TO

$105,000

Situated just a few minutes walk from Lake Bonney is this well kept 2 bedroom home. Large open plan kitchen/dine & lounge, separate shower, toilet and laundry. Ducted evap air thoughout with split system in living areas. Fully fenced front & back yard. Very neat and totally complete for the retiree or investor. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

BARMERA, 2a Bruce Road LIFESTYLE PLUS

$385,000

Situated predominantly on the Barmera Golf Course is this magnificently presented open plan three bedroom, two bathroom home. Nothing has been spared to provide a relaxing lifestyle for your family and friends to enjoy. Featuring master bedroom with french doors leading out to the patio area, large ensuite and his and hers walk in robes. Complete with sunken lounge, ultra modern kitchen/dining area, large laundry, separate toilet, shower and bath, car parking for two vehicles under main roof and plenty of room to entertain. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

$380,000

WINKIE, Davis Road SENSATIONAL RURAL PROPERTY ON 10 ACRES

You will be impressed with this five 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 Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

BERRI, 15 Minnis Rd

$480,000

THE ONE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR

This home is set on a low maintenance two and a half acres. Boasting a large tiled family room, separate carpeted formal dining and lounge overlooking the extensive paved outside pergola entertainment area. There are four large carpeted double bedrooms with built-in robes and ceiling fans with a two way toilet/bathroom/vanity and separate study office or fifthth bedroom. The large master bedroom has a feature ensuite and walk in robe. There is extensive undercover parking for six cars. Internet: 3J7FD7 Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

MONASH, Distillery Road OUT OF TOWN AT ITS FINEST

$485,000

Situated on a couple of acres is this beautifully presented family home. Comprising four bedrooms, an office, ensuite, walk-in robe, two large living areas, a dining area and an outstanding timber kitchen, you will want for nothing. French doors lead outside to a large entertaining area and in-ground pool. To complete the package is a concreted three bay shed for the handyman and a double carport. Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

WINKIE, 1973 Puddletown Road PEACE AND TRANQUILITY

$169,000

Situated on approximately one acre with room to move is this three bedroom home with country kitchen, good sized bathroom with shower/bath, outdoor pergola, shed and rainwater tank Plenty of storage with a large shed with work room and irrigation to gardens. Details: Sue Wurth Phone:85 822 744 Mobile: 0431 488 538

WANTED Due to demand we are seeking homes and fruit properties in the Riverland area BARMERA, 284 Caddy Road COUNTRY LIVING

REDUCED TO

CONTACT

REDUCED TO

$159,000

GLOSSOP, 81 Woolmer Rd

Iris Williams or Sue Wurth

Situated just outside of Barmera on 3.78 acres of land is this comfortable three bedroom home. Inside comes complete with good size bedrooms and open plan kitchen/dining and lounge. Outside there is plenty of room to move and a large shed consisting of power and concrete floor and a great front veranda perfect to relax with a beer or bbq.

$275,000

LOTS AND LOTS OF SPACE Feeling closed in and needing to move out of town? Perfect for horses, motor bikes or just room to move, is this three bedroom, two bathroom home on 18 acres. Large amount of shedding and rain water tanks, this property is perfect for lovers of the outdoors.

8582 2744

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

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

INVESTMENT PROPERTIES BACK ON MARKET DUE TO CONTRACT FAILURE

BARMERA, 15 Kelly Avenue

$135,000

LOXTON, 40 First Street

$455,000

FIRST HOME OR RETIRE

INVESTMENT FLATS PLUS LAND

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

Situated on the corner of Sixth/ First Street are six two bedroom flats plus land suitable for further development. The flats have good returns and will be an excellent investment.

Details: Sue Wurth Mobile: 0431 488 538

Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

BERRI, 64 Zante Road

$129,000

AFFORDABLE CORNER BLOCK Three bedroom home on corner lot. Side entrance to the garage/workshop. Good sized block. Neat throughout with lounge, kitchen, tiled bathroom. At present tenanted on a fixed term. Suit first home buyer or investor. Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

BERRI, 53 Kay Avenue

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Three flats situated opposite the Riverland Central Plaza, in Berri, are on the market. Each flat comprises of two bedrooms, airconditioning, a small yard and a carport. Currently these flats are fully let and returning seven per cent. Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

UN $229,000 BERRI, 4A McLean Street

BERRI, 5 Coombe Street

MODERN VILLA

POSITION AND PRESENTATION

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. Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

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.

RLA 1935

$145,000

Details: Sue Wurth Mobile: 0431 488 538

$330,000

ONTR C R E D

$455,000 BERRI, 7 Grenache Avenue GROUP OF FIVE UNITS IN BERRI Five two bedroom units with carports and air conditioning are available. The units are fully let with fixed term tenants, in excellent condition and returning nine per cent gross. They are low maintenance and a great investment. Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

ACT UN

ONTR C R E D

ACT

$89,000 BERRI, 11/11 Coneybeer Street

BERRI, 1/52 Old Sturt Highway

GREAT INVESTMENT

BRICK STRATA UNIT

BRICK STRATA UNIT

Add this to your investment portfolio! Two bedroom community titled unit in a small group. Built-in robes, open plan living areas, modern kitchen, reverse cycle airconditioning, carport, fenced yard. Currently tenanted.

Add this to your investment portfolio! Two bedroom community titled unit in a small group. Built-in robes, open plan living areas, modern kitchen, reverse cycle airconditioning, carport, fenced yard. Currently tenanted.

Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

One bedroom community titled unit featuring built-in robes in bedroom, open plan living kitchen, dining, partly furnished including fridge, two lounge chairs and double ensemble. Bathroom, undercover parking, split system. Tenanted at $145pw. Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

REDUCED AGAIN

$118,000

BERRI, 2/54 Old Sturt Highway

REDUCED AGAIN

$118,000

$89,000 BERRI, 6/11 Coneybeer Street GOOD INVESTMENT Upstairs single bedroom unit with built-in robes and ensuite bathroom. Open plan living area including kitchenette, partly furnished with carport. Sitting tenant returning $7,280 per annum. Details: Iris Williams Mobile: 0437 497 304

SOLD BERRI, Riverview Drive LARGE ALLOTMENT Commercial property in excellent location with large amount of shedding and office space. Idea for the local trades person. Situated on a large allotment. Details: Sue Wurth Mobile: 0431 488 538


Thursday November 29, 2012 – Riverland Weekly • 15

RENTAL PROPERTIES

COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES COMMERCIAL LEASING BERRI, 6 WILSON ST Approx 130 sqm. Shop premises fitted out as offices and reception area. Reverse cycle airconditioning. Parking at rear. $900 per month.

BERRI WILSON STREET Shop premises approx 200sqm, suit retail. Airconditioning, kitchen and two toilets. Lease negotiable, $330.pw PLUS OUTGOINGS. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

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

BERRI DENNY STREET Approx 160sqm refurbished corner position. Glass display windows all around. Airconditioning and kitchen.

BERRI, VAUGHAN TCE Approx 410sqm fronting Vaughan Tce. Large building including glassed showroom, reception area, kitchen and toilets on site. Parking. Suit retail. LOXTON EAST TERRACE Prime location in the main street, approximately 200sqm. Carpeted with airconditioning, kitchen and toilets. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

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

BERRI RIVERVIEW DRIVE

Shared office space, two offices with facilities, airconditioning and parking.

RENMARK ARCADE Large shop premises in prominent position. Reverse cycle airconditioning, next to the supermarket, kitchen/toilets. Parking. Lease negotiable. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

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

9 KAY AVENUE, BERRI

Executive office in a prime location. Approximately 272 sqm of office space and common area. Reception area plus two built in compactus. Fitted out as four offices and staff room. Undercover and onsite parking. Large furnished board room/training plus facilities. Long lease available. Contact: Iris Phone:85 822 744 or 0437 497 304

FOR SALE COMMERCIAL

Price:

270 PW

3 bdr, spacious, open, modern living, S/S A/C, carport, encl. yard, easy to maintain garden, sml shed. 33A VAUGHAN TCE

Price: $220

PW

2 bedroom modern home close to town centre, open living, evap cooling & gas heating, large yard, no pets & carport 7A OMALLEY ST

BERRI, Sturt Hwy

WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR LEASE

VACANT LAND Two parcels of land in Industrial Park fronting the Sturt Highway. Approx 2,100 square metres and 1,400 square metres. Water and power are available.

$87,500ea

Price: $190

PW

3 bdr, brick, amongst quality homes in a good area, bath inc., open living, R/C A/C, carport, small enclosed yard. No Pets. 1/62 DERRICK ST

Price: $190

PW

Executive 2 bedroom apartment in desirable area of Berri, open living, enclosed yard. No pets. 59B KAY AVE

Price: $190

PW

Top location, walk to facilities, 2 bedroom brick, BIR’s, modern bathroom and enclosed yard. 22 MAHONEY ST

Price: $190

PW

3 Bdr home, large open living, sep dine area, R/C H/C and ceiling fans enclosed easy to maintain back yard plus garage. 1/82 POWELL ST

BERRI, Sturt Hwy Warehouse space available. Approx 6,312 square metres with steel framed hangers. The first hanger measures 3,168 square metres with a clearance of 8.7 metres high. Power and water are available. Lease negotiable. The second hanger measures approx 2,921 square metres with pits plus offices, toilets and evaporative airconditioning. Lease negotiable.

8 O’MALLEY ST

$

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

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

BERRI HUGHES STREET Prime location in Berri, Reverse cycle airconditioning. Suit office/workshop. Parking available. $850 per week.

BERRI, UNITS - NO PETS

BERRI PROPERTIES

Price: $175

PW

Modern 2 bdr open plan brick unit in garden setting, BIRs, quiet location, R/C A/C & carport. No pets. 7 HOBBS ST

Price: $170

PW

Spacious 2 bdr, study, external bdr. Lrg O/P living, shed & encl. yard.

3/1 SHADDOCK

Price:

$

RENMARK, UNIT - NO PETS

165 PW

2 Bedroom modern unit, open living, ducted A/C, enclosed yard and carport. Close to facilities. Price: $165

2/3 MCLEAN ST

Price: $160

PW

2 bdr, built-in robes, tiled kitchen area, open living, enclosed back yard, carport, close to all facilities. 2/2 MORTIMER ROAD

Price: $155

PW

2 bdr unit, convenient location. BARMERA PROPERTIES Price: $250

RP 395 HUNT RD

Price: $200

PW

3 bedroom plus office, situated amongst fruit property, kitchen/ dine sep lounge, RC split AC, back veranda, double carport & 24 DICKERSON ST

Price: $165

PW

2 bedroom + study, separate dine, enclosed yard, huge carport, garage, garden shed and easy to maintain garden.

3A MCEWEN DR

Price: $160

Price: $275

PW

Executive 3 bdr, ensuite, O/P living, formal lounge & double garaging. 85A BOOKPURNONG

Price: $180

PW

Quality 2 bedroom villa in top position. Modern facilities, split system, carport and a small enclosed yard. No pets. 12 MATRUH ST

Price: $130

PW

1 bdr split home, quiet location, carpeted, spacious bathroom with wide carport/ verandah. LYRUP PROPERTIES 360 PIKE CREEK RD

Price: $280

PW

4 bdr on land, study, BIRs, huge rumpus, outdoor entertainment, S/S, double garage & est. gardens. Price: $270 PW 39 POMROY Executive 3 bdr on land, 2 bathrooms, large entertainment area, S/S, 3 bay shedding, garaging.

KINGSTON ON MURRAY PROPERTY Price: $155

HOLMES RD

PW

Spacious 3 bdr on land, large open living/dining, refrigerated A/C, carport and enclosed yard. No Pets. GLOSSOP PROPERTY

RENMARK PROPERTY 6/86 JAMES AVE

PW

2 bedroom flat, close to shopping, off street parking, r/c aircon.

PW

4 Brm + study , Ducted A/C and wood heater, main with spa and WIR, Modern chef’s kitchen, shed and enclosed yard. 254 DUNSTONE RD

Price: $135

LOXTON PROPERTIES PW

2 bdr unit, open living ,R/C A/C, carport ,garden shed and small garden area. Close to all facilities. 16A SULTANA ST

1/86 JAMES AVE

PW

2 bedroom brick unit in a top location, close to shopping, parks and river, modern interior, small rear yard, r/c.

49 BOTTOM ROAD

Price: $180

PW

3 bedroom large home out of town, kitchen/dine, separate lounge, large yard, heating & cooling, carport.

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

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

REDUCED TO $380,000

REDUCED TO SELL

$130,000 BERRI, Mortimer/Todd St

PLUS GST

WORKSHOP, SHOWROOM & OFFICE Large workshop, shed, formally used for Auto Electrical work. Approx 300 sq metres, fenced, on land. Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

LOXTON, East/Edward Tce

$395,000

COMMERCIAL SHOPS Group of Freehold Shops, all currently let, plus large storage area. Two shop premises fronting East Terrace and two on Edward Street. Returning $36,000.

BERRI, 11 William St

$179,000

SUBSTANTIAL BUILDING Approximately 180sqm. Corner position, airconditioning, kitchen, toilet. Two car parks, previously used for office stationery sales. Suit offices or retail. Selling with vacant possession. Details: Iris Williams Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

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

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REDUCED TO LOW REDUCED FOR A QUICK SALE

LOXTON, Drabsch St

$150,000

LAND Situated just off the main street in Loxton’s business district, is an opportunity to purchase vacant land. Develop further or use for parking.

BERRI, Verrall Cres

$300,000’s

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 Phone: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

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

REDUCED TO REDUCED TO LOXTON, Drabsch St

$205,000

FOUR BRICK SHOPS Separate entrance for each, all on one title, at present vacant. An opportunity to run your own business or to lease. Details: Iris Williams Ph: 85 822 744 Mobile: 0437 497 304

RLA 1935

Sensational rural property on 10 acres

BARMERA, Barwell Ave

$149,000

BARMERA COMMERCIAL SHOP Situated in the main street in a 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

OU will be impressed with this fiveyear-old solid home set on 10 acres of natural scrub. Situated in an elevated position in the middle of the block with verandahs all round, this home is 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 continue to the centre passage, leading into the three bedrooms with the main having a walk-in-robe and built-ins in the other two bedrooms. The bathroom is tiled, featuring a free standing bath and separate shower. The formal lounge is in the centre of the home with double glass sliding doors

to the tiled verandahs. The home has reverse cycle, ducted airconditioning plus ceiling fans throughout. In addition to this is the detached, one bedroom, self contained granny flat incorporated in the large Colorbond shed, which has a bathroom and kitchen facilities and is self contained. The grounds are natural scrub with added native shrubs, groundcover and fruit trees under drip systems. A superb offering at a realistic price.

WINKIE

3+ 1

Davis Road Price $380,000 Inspect By Appointment RLA 1935

1

2 Contact LJ Hooker Berri Iris Williams 0437 497 304


16 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday November 29, 2012

Chaffey 2013 season launched

TV Guide Thursday 29th

SBS

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 Business Today 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Restaurant Inspector 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 The World's Worst Disasters 1.30 At The Movies 2.00 Parliament 3.00 Children’s Programs 5.00 Eggheads

5.30 Poh’s Kitchen 6.00 Three Men In A Boat 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Kitchen Cabinet 8.30 Redfern Now 9.30 QI 10.00 Angry Boys 10.30 Lateline 11.05 The Business 11.30 Iconoclasts 12.15 The Clinic 1.10 Parliament

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 World's Toughest Driving Tests 8.25 The Roast 8.30 Would I Lie To You? 9.00 Warehouse Comedy Festival 9.30 Why Poverty? 10.25 Problems: Sam has a huge crush on a

girl he sees everyday on the bus, but he is too scared to talk to her. 10.55 The Young Ones 11.30 The Roast 11.30 Jack Dee: Live In London 12.25 Gavin And Stacey 12.55 Party Down 1.25 Lewis Black’s ‘Root Of All Evil’ 1.50 ABC News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Devil's Mistress (Part One) 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 Medical Emergency 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 The Price Is Right 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Air Ways 7.30 Once Upon A Time 8.30 Beauty And The Geek Australia 10.00 The Unbelievable Truth 11.20 Family Guy 12.10 It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia 12.35 Keeping Up With The Kardashians

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 Getaway 8.30 CSI 10.30 True CSI: Cold Blood 11.30 Are You There, Chelsea? 12.00 Win News 12.30 20/20 1.30 Extra 2.00 Guthy Renker 2.30 Trivita

6.00 Breakfast 8.30 Children’s Programs 9.00 The Talk 10.00 Ten News 11.00 ET 11.30 The Insider 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Children’s

Programs 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Project 7.00 Modern Family 7.30 Jamie's Fifteen Minute Meals 8.30 Law & Order: SVU 10.30 Ten News 11.15 Late Show 12.00 Home Shopping 3.00 Life Today 3.30 CBS This Morning

5.00 Weather 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Food Lovers’ Guide 1.30 Community Cop 2.30 The King Of Calls 3.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Global Village 5.45 Countdown 6.30 World News 7.30 My Sri Lanka With Peter Kuruvita

8.00 Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong 8.30 Raymond Blanc: The Very Hungry Frenchman 9.35 One Born Every Minute 10.30 World News 11.00 Cheer-leaders, An American Myth 12.00 Movie: Fire Of Conscience (Hong Kong): Leon Lai 1.55 Weather

Friday 30th

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6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.30 Business Today 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Photo Finish 11.30 One Plus One 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Clash Of The Santas 2.05 Waterloo Road 3.00 Children’s Programs 5.00 Eggheads 5.30 Poh’s Kitchen

6.00 Lost Gardens 6.50 Minuscule 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Moone Boy 8.30 New Tricks 9.30 Waking The Dead: The team is back to re-open the files of more cold cases. 10.25 Lateline 11.00 My Family 11.30 rage

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 The Great Food Truck Race 8.25 The Roast 8.30 Crossfire Hurricane: Provides a remarkable new perspective on the Rolling Stones' unparalleled journey from blues-obsessed

teenagers to rock royalty. 9.30 Why Poverty? 10.25 Jack Dee: Live At The Apollo 11.15 The Roast 11.15 The Wild Horse Redemption 12.10 Friday Night Lights: The Panthers are one game away from the playoffs. 12.55 Breaking Bad 1.45 ABC News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Devil's Mistress (Part Two) 2.00 Dr Oz 3.00 Medical Emergency 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 The Price Is Right 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens Christmas Special 8.30 Movie: Robin Hood: Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett 11.30 I Shouldn't Be Alive 12.30 Grey's Anatomy 1.30 Desperate Housewives

5.30 Today 9.00 Mornings 11.00 Nine News 12.00 Children's Programs 12.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day One 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day One 6.00 Nine News

6.10 Win News 6.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day One 8.00 Big Bang Theory 8.30 Movie: 2012: John Cusack 11.40 Movie: The Statement 2.00 The Baron 3.00 Skippy 3.30 Extra 4.00 Trivita 4.30 GMA

6.00 Breakfast 8.30 Children’s Programs 9.00 The Talk 10.00 Ten News 11.00 ET 11.30 The Insider 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Children’s

Programs 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Project 7.00 Modern Family 7.30 The Living Room 8.30 Movie: Extraordinary Measures 10.50 White Collar 11.50 Late Show 12.50 48 Hours 1.50 Accidentally On Purpose 2.30 Home Shopping

5.00 Weather 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Food Lovers’ Guide 1.30 Disable Bodied Sailors 2.00 Comedy School 2.30 Living Black 3.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 5.45 Countdown 6.30 World News 7.30 Coast

8.30 America Revealed 9.40 Walkley Awards 2012 11.50 Movie: My Name Is Juani (Spain): Verónica Echegui, Dani Martín 1.30 Movie: Kurt Wallander: The Container Lorry (Sweden): Kirster Henriksson 3.10 Weather

Saturday 1st

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6.00 rage 11.30 7.30 12.00 Foreign Correspondent 12.30 Basketball: WNBL: Canberra v Logan 1.30 Football: WLeague: Sydney FC v Canberra 2.30 Hockey: Champions Trophy 6.05 Landline 6.30 Gardening

Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Doc Martin: Martin's last day before he leaves for London is dramatic. 8.20 Young James Herriot 9.20 Upstairs Downstairs 10.20 Silent Witness 11.15 Waking The Dead 12.10 rage

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Beauty & The Beast 8.30 Movie: Marnie: Sean Connery, Tippi Hedren: Alfred Hitchcock creates a spellbinding portrait of a disturbed woman, and the man who tries to save her.

10.35 Movie: Family Plot: Barbara Harris: When a woman hires a phoney psychic and a con man to find her missing heir, the results are diabolical, deadly, and funny. 12.30 Video Killed The Radio Star 1.00 How Not To Live Your Life 1.30 Harry And Paul 1.55 ABC News

6.00 Children’s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show - Weekend 11.00 V8 Xtra 11.30 V8 Supercars: Sydney Telstra 500 5.00 Hart Of The Barbecue 5.30 Out Of The Blue 6.00 Seven News 6.30 The Great

Outdoors 7.30 Movie: A Christmas Carol: Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth 9.30 Movie: Inglourious Basterds: Brad Pitt 12.30 Grey's Anatomy 1.30 Desperate Housewives 2.30 Adventures With The Cropp Family

6.00 Children's Programs 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Children's Programs 12.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Two 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day

Two 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Two 8.00 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos Summer Series 8.30 Movie: Iron Man 11.05 Movie: Ballistic 1.00 Movie: Edge Of The World 2.50 Gilligan’s Island

6.00 Totally Australia 7.00 Children’s Programs 9.30 Good Chef Bad Chef 10.00 The Doctors 11.00 Best Of Breakfast 12.00 The Living Room 1.00 Life Unexpected 2.00 Everyday Gourmet 2.30 Huey On Tour 3.00 Yes Chef 3.30 A Taste Of Travel

4.00 Love To Share Food 5.00 Ten News 6.00 Simpsons 6.30 Life Of Mammals 7.30 Wildlife Warriors 8.00 Bondi Vet 8.30 The Graham Norton Show 9.30 Movie: Prime Mover 11.30 48 Hours 12.45 2012 Spring Rugby Tour

5.00 Weather 5.05 World Watch 1.00 A Wagnerian Voyage 1.30 Neighbour 1.55 Made In Hollywood 2.55 Edward Hopper And The Blank Canvas 3.55 Photo 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 6.30 World News

7.30 Amazon With Bruce Parry 8.30 Hunted 9.30 Real Humans 10.40 Movie: Shinobi: Heart Under Blade (Japan): Yukie Nakama: Forbidden lovers are caught in the crossfire of their warring clans. 12.30 Drawn Together 1.25 Weather

Sunday 2nd

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■ LAUNCH: Country Arts SA CEO Steve Saffell (left) and artform development manager Craig Harrison at the Chaffey Theatre this week.

6.00 rage 6.30 Children’s Programs 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Inside Business 10.30 Offsiders 11.00 Asia Pacific Focus 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Best Of Landline 1.00 Travel Oz 1.30 Young James Herriot 2.30 Hockey:

Champions Trophy 6.05 Auction Room 6.30 Compass 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Michael Palin's Brazil 8.30 Wallander 10.00 The Slap 10.55 Strike Back 11.45 Movie: The King Of Marvin Gardens 1.25 Movie: Swing Time

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Britain's Youngest Undertaker: Sixteenyear-old Rachael Ryan is hoping to join the family business as a funeral director, and in doing so become Britain's youngest undertaker. 8.30 Crossfire

Hurricane 9.30 Opening Shot 10.00 Louis Theroux 11.00 WikiLeaks 12.00 The Invention of Dr. Nakamats: Dr Nakamats is an octogenarian, a prolific inventor — holding more than 3300 patents. 12.55 Later... With Jools Holland 2.00 ABC News

6.00 Children’s Programs 6.30 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show 11.00 Kochie's Business Builders 11.30 V8 Supercars: Sydney Telstra 500 5.00 Better Homes And Gardens 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Sunday Night

7.30 Border Patrol 8.00 Coastwatch 8.30 Bones: A body is found in the shower of a home belonging to a young female socialite. 9.30 Nazi Hunters 10.30 Building The World's Fastest Car 11.40 Hammond Meets Moss 1.00 Hoofs, Humps And Feather

6.00 Christmas Pageant 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Children's Programs 11.00 Australian Fishing Championships 11.30 Cybershack 12.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air 12.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Three 3.00 The Cricket

Show 3.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Three 6.00 Nine News 6.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Three 8.00 60 Minutes 9.00 The Mentalist 10.00 CSI 11.00 Southland

6.00 Mass At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Children’s Programs 8.00 Delivering The Pandas 9.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 10.00 The Bolt Report 10.30 Meet The Press 11.00 Life Unexpected 12.00 Pat Callinan's 4 X 4 Adventures 1.00 Escape With ET

2.00 Basketball: NBL Championship 2012/13: Adelaide v Sydney 4.00 Everyday Gourmet 4.30 The Bolt Report 5.00 Ten News 6.00 Simpsons 6.30 Merlin 7.30 Modern Family 8.30 Homeland 9.40 Vegas 10.30 Go Girls 11.30 Good Wife

5.00 Weather 5.30 World Watch 8.30 Popasia 10.30 FIFA World Cup 2014 Magazine 11.00 UEFA Champions League Magazine 11.30 Speedweek 1.30 World Watch 2.30 Liberal Rule 3.30 Trawlermen 4.30 Living Black 5.00 Cycling Central

6.00 Thalassa 6.30 World News 7.35 Lost Worlds 8.35 Into The Universe With Stephen Hawking 9.30 Death Row 10.30 Movie: Giovanna’s Father (Italy): Silvio Orlando 12.25 Movie: Turtles On Their Backs (Italy): Fabrizio Rongione 2.05 Weather

Monday 3rd

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sive kick out of it.” With the Chaffey Theatre now having a digital projector, which was installed last week, Country Arts SA chief executive officer Steve Saffell said audiences will be able to experience 3D technology. “Certainly down the track, we will be utilising that technology more and more to enhance the experience of the performances on the stage,” he said. “Obviously for our film events, it will be fantastic using that equipment and of course, for cinema patrons the 3D blockbusters will be viewed.”

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 The Great Escape 11.00 Best Of Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Michael Palin's Brazil 1.30 Meerkat Manor 2.00 The Forsyte Saga 3.00 Children’s Programs 5.00 Eggheads

5.30 Poh’s Kitchen 6.05 Restoration Man 6.55 Audrey's Kitchen 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Family Confidential 8.30 Modern Spies 9.15 Dream Build 9.30 Fake Or Fortune? 10.30 ABC News 10.40 Gandhi: Making Of The Mahatma 11.30 The Kennedys

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks 7.30 Mega Builders: Follows the progress of the world's largest machine, a massive particle detector called ATLAS. 8.30 Louis Theroux 9.30 Hit & Miss: With no-one else to turn to, Riley confides in Mia.

10.15 Five Weddings Five Funerals 11.05 I Know What I Saw: A documentary following filmmaker and UFO researcher James Fox on his mission to uncover the truth behind UFO sightings. 12.40 Cold Feet 1.30 School Of Comedy 1.55 ABC News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: The Mermaid Chair 2.00 Medical Rookies 2.30 Dr Oz 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 The Price Is Right 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News

6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens Summer 7.30 Motorway Patrol 8.00 SCU: Serious Crash Unit 8.30 Castle 10.30 The Amazing Race 11.30 Whitney 12.00 Grey's Anatomy 1.00 Home Shopping

5.30 Today 9.00 Mornings Summer Series 11.00 Nine News 12.00 Children's Programs 12.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Four 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v

South Africa: Day Four 6.00 Nine News 6.10 Win News 6.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Four 8.00 Big Bang Theory 8.30 The Mentalist 9.30 House Husbands 10.30 Unforgettable 11.30 Nikita 12.30 The Avengers

6.00 CBS: This Morning 7.00 Children’s Programs 7.30 ET 8.00 The Insider 8.30 Bold & Beautiful 9.00 Judge Judy 9.30 Everyday Gourmet 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 10.30 A Taste Of Travel 11.00 The Living Room 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady

Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Project 7.30 Modern Family 8.00 Ben & Kate 8.30 Modern Family 9.00 New Normal 9.30 Hawaii Five-O 10.30 Ten News

5.00 Weather 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Movie: Emma’s Bliss (Germany) 2.50 Spacefiles 3.00 World Watch 4.30 FIFA Futbol Mundial 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Food Safari 6.30 World News 7.30 Mythbusters 8.30 Derren Brown:

The Experiments 9.30 This Is England ‘88 10.30 World News 11.00 The World Game: Presented by Les Murray, Craig Foster, David Zdrilic, David Basheer and Mariana Rudan 12.00 SOS 1.05 Living Black 1.35 South Park: The Early Years 2.30 Weather

Tuesday 4th

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Harrison said the new season has a “very wide, broad appeal of shows”. “Our Riverland audiences are very loyal and they love seeing the shows that we present,” he said. “So we wanted to give them more and we wanted to give them a bigger and better experience and we wanted to allow them to experience it with their friends and their family. “We’ve got shows like the 360 All Stars which is totally geared at a much younger demographic but also our usual theatre patrons will get a mas-

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 Fake Or Fortune? 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Restoration Man 1.30 Compass 2.00 The Forsyte Saga 3.00 Children’s Programs 5.00 Eggheads 5.30 Poh’s Kitchen 6.00 Time Team

7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Grumpy Guide To Class 8.30 Rick Stein's Spanish Christmas 9.30 10 Aussie Books To Read Before You Die 10.30 ABC News 10.40 Jeff Green: Back From The Bewilderness 11.30 Hockey: Champions Trophy 1.30 Songs Of Praise

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 Dirty Jobs 8.30 Good Game 9.30 Ricky Gervais Live 10.45 triple j's One Night Stand 11.15 Conviction: The True Story Of Clarence Elkins: When Clarence Elkins was wrongly

convicted of raping and murdering his mother-in-law and raping his niece in a small town in Ohio, US, his wife devotes her life to proving his innocence. 12.15 The Real Filth Fighters 12.40 Blade Of The Immortal 1.05 Sanctuary 1.50 ABC News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Proof: Gwyneth Paltrow 2.00 Movie: Medical Rookies 2.30 Dr Oz 3.30 Children’s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 The Price Is Right 5.30 Deal Or No Deal

6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens Summer 7.30 Once Upon A Time 8.30 Grey's Anatomy 9.30 Body Of Proof 10.30 Four Weddings 11.30 I Just Want My Pants Back 12.00 Desperate Housewives 1.00 Home Shopping

5.30 Today 9.00 Mornings Summer Series 11.00 Nine News 12.00 Children's Programs 12.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Five 3.00 The Cricket Show 3.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Five

6.00 Nine News 6.10 Win News 6.30 Cricket: Third Test: Australia v South Africa: Day Five 8.00 Big Bang Theory 9.30 Two And A Half Men 10.00 2 Broke Girls 10.30 Survivor: Philippines 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Harry’s Law 1.00 Extra

6.00 CBS: This Morning 7.00 Children’s Programs 7.30 ET 8.00 The Insider 8.30 Bold & Beautiful 9.00 Judge Judy 9.30 Everyday Gourmet 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 10.30 A Taste Of Travel 11.00 The Living Room 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady

Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Project 7.30 Jamie's 15 and 30 Minute Meals 8.30 NCIS 9.30 NCIS: Los Angeles 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Project

5.00 Weather 5.05 World Watch 1.00 Yanni Live At El Morro 2.00 Themes, Variations & Fusions 3.00 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Food Safari 6.30 World News 7.30 Finding Your Roots 8.30 America In

Primetime 9.35 Clinton 10.35 World News 11.10 Movie: The Caiman (Italy): Silvio Orlando, Margherita Buy, Jasmine Trinca: A bankrupt film director unknowingly buys a scathing biopic about the Italian Prime Minister. 1.10 Mad Men 2.05 Weather

Wednesday 5th

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COUNTRY Arts SA hope to attract larger audiences to the Chaffey Theatre with the announcement of its bigger ever season this week. The official opening for the 2013 season at the Renmark based theatre took place on Monday night with one lucky patron awarded the golden ticket to see all shows during the year. The 2013 list of shows features the likes of The Legend of Kung Fu, 360 Allstars, Opera Gala and Circus Oz. Country Arts SA artform development manager Craig

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 10.00 Creative Nature 11.00 Big Ideas 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club 1.30 Can We Help? 2.00 The Forsyte Saga 3.00 Children’s Programs 5.00 Eggheads 5.30 Poh’s Kitchen 6.00 Restaurant Inspector

6.45 Dream Build 6.55 Audrey's Kitchen 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 QI 8.30 A Moody Christmas 9.00 Problems 9.30 Red Dwarf X 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 ABC News 10.40 Spooks 11.40 Very Small Business 12.10 Durham County

6am Children’s Programs 7pm Spicks And Specks: Presented by Adam Hills 7.30 Meet the Natives USA: The men travel to Orange County, California, where they realise the OC tribe's rituals all focus on personal appearance. 8.20 Video Killed The Radio Star 8.45 Beauty & The

Beast 9.30 The Growing Pains Of A Teenage Genius 10.30 Opening Shot 11.00 Blood Sweat And Takeaways 12.00 The Urban Chef 12.30 The Fabulous Beekman Boys 12.55 How Do They Do It? Presented by Robert Llewellyn 1.20 Monkey Thieves 1.45 ABC News

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Seven News 12.00 Movie: Miracle In The Woods 2.00 Medical Rookies 2.30 Dr Oz 3.30 Children's Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 The Price Is Right: Presented by Larry Emdur 5.30 Deal Or No Deal:

Presented by Andrew O’Keefe 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Today Tonight 7.00 Better Homes And Gardens Summer 7.30 Dynamo: Magician Impossible 8.30 Grimm 10.30 The Cult 11.30 Olivia Lee: Dirty, Sexy, Funny 12.00 Keeping Up With The Kardashians 1.00 Home Shopping

5.30 Today 9.00 Mornings Summer Series 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 Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War 10.30 Anger Management 11.30 Are You There, Chelsea? 12.00 Win News 12.30 Eclipse 1.00 Extra 1.30 Danoz 2.00 TV Shop

6.00 CBS: This Morning 7.00 Children’s Programs 7.30 ET 8.00 The Insider 8.30 Bold & Beautiful 9.00 Judge Judy 9.30 Everyday Gourmet 10.00 Good Chef Bad Chef 10.30 A Taste Of Travel 11.00 The Living Room 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 The Doctors 2.00 Ready Steady

Cook: Presented by Colin Lane 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Children’s Programs 4.30 Bold & Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Project 7.30 Wedding Band 8.30 Movie: 27 Dresses 10.50 Ten News 11.35 The Project

5.00 Weather 5.05 World Watch 6.00 UEFA Champions League: Matchday 6 8.35 Weatherwatch 8.40 World Watch 4.30 PBS Newshour 5.30 Global Village 6.00 Food Safari 6.30 World News 7.30 Monster Bug Wars 8.30 Toughest Place To Be A...

9.30 Deadline Every Second: A behindthe-scenes look at the Associated Press. 10.35 World News 11.10 Movie: Lebanon (Israel): Yoav Donat, Itay Tiran, Oshri Cohen: A simple mission for a paratrooper platoon turns into a nightmare. 12.55 Iron Chef 2.35 Weather


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MASS Management. Simple, no fuss systems designed for the bulk Grape, Citrus and Grain transport sectors. 10% payload. Professional support and advice. Phone 1300 350 089.

LOXTON, 5 Mill Road. Electrical goods, tradesman tools, air conditioners, ladders, cement bricks and more. Friday 30th Nov to Saturday 1st Dec, 8am.

MUMMA’S Kitchen. Specialises in Gluten Free baking with real taste. Now taking orders for GF & Dairy free Christmas Motor Vehicle fruit cakes $25.00. Contact Kaylene 0427 1984 Prattline Low Tow. 649 343. 18ft w RC air con, 3 way fridge, oven, sleeps 4, reg SPIRITUAL and to mid 2013, mag wheels energy heeling by local w 2 spares, includes psychic. Ph 8584 5118 full vinyl annexe. REG for an appointment. TYJ-924 $7,500 ONO. TRANSMISSION Ph 0429 036 278. Meditation in Barmera CAMRY 94. 4 Cyl-Blue every Wednesday at Phone 0428 Automatic. Air con, power 8pm. 209, website: steering, MP3 player, CD. 592 Good tyres. 8 months transmissionmeditation. rego. Very reliable. REG org VNX-090 $1,600 ONO. Services Ph 85838212. DAEWOO Lanos 1998, 3 DOG grooming, bathing, DR Hatchback, Red, 4 cyl, blow dry, clipping. For an 5sp manual. 112,000kms, appointment phone Kay 8583 5325. Recently serviced. Good condition. REG WGB-068 PAINTING wanted. 23 $2,000. Ph 0447 967 years experience. Free quote. ABN 52014912126 322 after 4pm. BLD 108538. Contact DAEWOO Lanos 1998 0414 686 565 or home Hatchback, white, 8588 7357. 277,000kms, mags, TANK Lining, leaking A/C, C/D, exhaust, tinted concrete and iron water windows, new tyres, tanks lined with fibreglass, breaks & radiator, just onsite all areas. Ph Pete been fully serviced, cheap Headlam 08 8764 8131. to run, good first car, REG BB-546J $2,900 ONO. Holiday Home Phone 0488 027 537. HOLDEN 1984 WB Ute. In good order. REG UXD-197 $2,000. Ph 8584 5467. HYUNDAI Excel. 2 Door hatch, 1999 Auto, CD/ Stereo, Aircon, low KMS 119,000. Neat and tidy, good condition. REG WIS-453 $2,500. Ph 0430 538 339.

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Loxton & Renmark Uniting Church December 2 Renmark West 8.30am Rev Nathan Whillas HC Renmark Ave 10am Rev Nathan Whillas HC Loxton 10am Colin Kupke PHONE 8584 1267 ALL WELCOME

Community Events File ile

Nov 30 - Dec 6

Friday 30th November • Next Meeting of the Riverland Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Group will be held at the Riverland Resource Centre, 9-11 Seekamp Street, Berri, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm. For more information contact Raelene or Simon on 0449 120 715. • The Barmera Uniting Church will be having a Christmas Café for four Fridays before Christmas, 9.30am-12.30pm with morning tea, snacks. • Christmas Tree Festival, Loxton C.W.A Hall. 11am until 6pm Daily. Saturday 1st December • Loxton Art Group Annual Exhibition. Showing at the Loxton Terrace Gallery for the month of December. Venue Hours 9am – 5pm weekdays. 10am – 4pm Weekends. • Retail therapy with refreshments at the Loxton Rotary Opp Shop from 2-5pm. Entry $5.00. supporting Mardi Gras entrant Sheree Cameron • Riverland Farmers’ Market, 7.30-11.30am, Crawford Terrace Berri, Fresh local produce. Contact Rosalyn on 0417 824 648 • Riverland Ballroom Dancing to be held at Barmera. Please bring a plate of supper. For more information, phone Judy Roberts on 8583 7208. Sunday 2nd December • ‘Once a year day’ Christmas Craft Fair, RSL Hall Loxton, 10am until 4pm. • Carols in the Gardens, Jarrett Memorial Gardens, Renmark. 7.30pm Start. • The PS Industry will steam at 11am to 12.30pm and again at 1.30pm to 3pm. Devonshire morning and afternoon teas are included. Phone the Renmark Visitor Information Centre on 8586 6704. • Berri Pacemakers Bingo, Berri Resort Hotel eyes down at 2pm. Proceeds going to Starlight Foundation. Monday 3rd December • Open Door, Barmera Uniting Church Hall 1-4pm. Time for a cuppa and a chat. Tuesday 4th December • The Palms Bingo, Berri Bowling club, eyes down 10.30am. Proceeds going to Riverland Medical Bus. Wednesday 5th December • Rainbow connection is a support group for people and their Carers with mental issues. We meet weekly on a Wednesday 10am3pm at the Riverland Resource Centre, 9/11 Seekamp Street, Berri. Come join us in our events and activities. Thursday 6th December • The Riverland Bridge Club meets every Thursday at the Loxton Club from 9am, new players welcome. For more info phone Peter on 8584 7735.

Baptist Church

1 Verran Terrace, Berri (Band Hall)

14 Edward St, Loxton 10am Sunday December 2 Ps Sonny Pillay

Phone: 8584 5044

SUNDAY December 2, 10am Morning Worship & Communion

Guest Speaker Rev John Dunkley (Recorded Message) Morning Tea 11.30am All welcome Enquiries phone 8582 2920 or 8588 2506

Seventh-day Adventist Old Sturt Highway Glossop

RIVERLAND

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19 Sunrise Court, Berri

Worship Kids Program Coffee & Cake All welcome!

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1

Pastor David Crossfield

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

Public Notices

Public Notices

Positions Vacant

WATER TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS BERRI

Riverland Taxi Service

TAXI DRIVERS WANTED IN BERRI & RENMARK

SATURDAY 1 December 2012 AND SUNDAY 2 December 2012

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF MEMBERS The Renmark Irrigation Trust advises of the Annual General Meeting of Members at the Renmark Hotel Motel Entertainment Room (Sports Bar), Murray Avenue, on Monday 3rd December 2012 at 7-30 p.m Guest Speaker: Dr Mark Siebentritt (Mark Siebentritt & Associates) – a sustainability and natural resource management consultant who develops and manages projects related to water management.

Notice is given that pursuant to Section 26 of the Harbors and Navigation Act 1993, the Department of Planning, Transport, & Infrastructure (DPTI) has granted an Aquatic Activity Licence to Berri Rowing Club Inc to conduct a rowing regatta on an area of water at Berri as follows From the Berri Bridge, downstream for 2500 metres. A corridor will be maintained on the south side of the river for the full length of the licensed area. For safety reasons, vessels and persons other than those participating in the events are prohibited from entering the above area of water between the hours of 8.00 am to 6.00 pm on Saturday 1 December and between the hours of 7.00 am to 5.00 pm on Sunday 2 December 2012 Berri Rowing Club Incorporated

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BRINKMAN, Alf

AUSTRALIAN WIDE TAXI

The Elected Members and staff of the Southern Mallee District Council are deeply saddened by the passing of our team mate Alf Brinkman on Friday 23 November 2012. Our heartfelt condolences are extended to Raelene, their children, family and friends during this difďŹ cult time. Alf will be sadly missed by everyone in the Local Government family.

Rest in Peace Call now for a competitive gas price

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2013 Merit Scholarships Riverland Christian School is pleased to make available a limited number of Merit Scholarships for students new to the school, who will be in the ďŹ rst four years of school in 2013. Scholarships will be for full tuition fee or half tuition fee, and last for three years.

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The Renmark Town Centre Revitalisation project is based on the following design principles v Enhanced community facilities incorporating sustainability principles

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Customers can pay either:

Email Resume to: cwestwood@rallyhomecare.com.au

v Improved connectivity with the river

Round 1 - The Ikon Suspension SIDECAR GRANDSLAM

CIT wishes to remind our customers that the second quarter water bills are due for payment by Friday 30 November 2012.

The Renmark Paringa Council has developed the Renmark Town Centre Revitalisation project and invites public comment and submissions on the proposed project.

www.unitedgas.com.au

Phone 8583 2304 to request a Scholarship Information Pack.

PAYMENT OF WATER BILLS BY CUSTOMERS

Further Information contact: Corin Westwood Service Manager Rally HomeCare 1300 665 444

Gas Orders 1300 655 784

Conditions apply.

Applications close Dec 12, 2012.

RENMARK TOWN CENTRE REVITALISATION

GLOSSOP HIGH SCHOOL To Parents, Students, Staff and Friends You are invited to Glossop High School’s Presentation Night on Tuesday 4th December, 2012 7.30pm at the Berri Town Hall An opportunity to acknowledge the efforts of students and staff and Year 12 Graduation

We hope you will join us for this important event

v Encourage new retail and tourism v Incorporating healthy spaces and places Copies of the Renmark Town Centre Revitalisation are available on Council’s website www.renmarkparinga.sa.gov.au or on public display at the Renmark Paringa Council Community & Civic Centre, 61 Eighteenth St Renmark. Written submissions should be submitted to the undersigned by 3pm on Friday 21st December 2012 at PO Box 730, Renmark SA or by email to council@renmarkparinga.sa.gov.au Tony Siviour Chief Executive OfďŹ cer

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■ PESTS: Marschall’s Pest Control owner Ben McPhee can help you solve your pest problems as the weather warms up. AS the weather warms up, so do the pests and the only way to eradicate them effectively is through your local pest controller at Marschall’s Pest Control. Many people will be bringing summer gear out of their shed and often it can be full of spiders, earwigs and other bugs. On top of that spiders, ants, flies and mosquitoes are all expected to be out in force this summer but through an easy and effective house spray, the creepy crawlies will not bother you. On Saturday Marschall’s Pest Control celebrates one year since new owners Ben and Tammy McPhee took over the business, which has been operating in the Riverland for nearly 40 years. From baiting mice, rats, termites, bees, wasps, spiders to bed bugs, Marschall’s Pest Control can travel to your door across the Riverland, Mallee and Mid Murray to get the job done. Offering pre-purchase inspections on new homes,

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picked up many new, happy customers.� Ben said he can also provide advice on pests in your home and potential avenues of eradicating them. To help rid of pests, Ben is available 24 hours, seven days a week, phone 8586 6860 or 0439 821 227. To celebrate Marschall’s Pest Control’s first birthday under new ownership, mention this services spotlight editorial and receive a birthday discount.

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■ THE Mid Murray Cricket Association held a Twenty20 competition at Waikerie on Saturday. After both Waikerie Gold and Perponda had won two matches, Gold was victorious when the two teams clashed in the final fixture of the day. In that contest, Brad Gay scored 73 and Andrew Bevan 36 in Waikerie Gold’s 9 for 170 with Jason Ashenden grabbing 3 for 22 and Zac Schubert 3 for 28 for Perponda. In reply Perponda fell short at 6 for 153 with Josh Rudiger contributing 49 and Chris Rudiger 33. Earlier, Waikerie Gold (Andrew Bevan 88) scored 3 for 129 in reply to 7 for 124 from Blanchetown Swan Reach (Scott McKenzie 78).

Morgan struggled to 123 all out against spirited bowling from Jeremy Jaeger (5 for 13) but then Gold removed Morgan for 112 with Luke Exten capturing 3 for 26. Perponda’s two victories came when it scored 6 for 133 (Josh Rudiger 80, Max Baddack 3 for 13) in reply to Morgan’s 7 for 130 (David Sutherland 51) and 5 for 120 (Ashenden 35) after BSR had made 5 for 118 (McKenzie 46, Chris Giles 44). Meanwhile, one thing I dread while putting my various columns together is mistakes. But as careful as one can be they still occur. I must take responsibility for continuing to refer to Waikerie Gold as the reigning premier in the Mid Murray

Cricket Association. Of course Blanchetown Swan Reach won the 2011-12 Grand Final and I offer them my sincere apology for the errors. In Riverland Turf Cricket, Berri set Waikerie-Ramco 213 to chase with Paul Burnett top scoring on 69. Kym Taylor was the best of the Waikerie-Ramco bowlers with 4/35. In the other match, Loxton produced a discplined bowling effort to dismiss Renmark for 124. Young Adam Jackson produced a classy 39 and was the only batsman to get more than 15. Jake Albrecht did the damage with 5/34. In response, Loxton is 2/30.

Cobdogla B and Loxton A on top of softball ladder ■ COBDOGLA team B joined Berri and Loxton A on four wins and eight points on the senior grade softball ladder after defeating Loxton A, the reigning premier, 10-9 in an exciting clash on Saturday. Bec Thomas, Jodie Sullivan and Bronwyn Smith were outstanding for Cobby B, while for the Loxton team, having played one more game than its two rivals, Haylee Symens, Amy Lidgerwood and Kelly Westley stood out. In other matches, Berri (Chris Eleftheriadis, Tammy Dowdy, Kenny Karpany) continued its winning ways defeating Waikerie (Sarah Schiller, Noeline Ogle, Nicholas Hocking) 19-4 and on the previous Wednesday night, Loxton B (Jessica Voigt, Ra-

chel Symens, Emmie Richardson) won against Cobdogla A (Julie Cook, Gloria Dyer, Sally Harriot) 14-6. Also there was some terrific contests in the other competitions including Waikerie defeating Berri 12-10 in C grade and Berri winning 26-25 over Loxton and Waikerie 22-19 against Renmark in the two primary matches. In the senior grade, Loxton A has the bye this Saturday so in the clash between Berri and Cobby B the sides are playing for top spot outright. Meanwhile, baseball last Friday night was looking for closer contests and in the Renmark Blue versus Berri at Glassey Park clash it got it everywhere but on

the scoreboard. Renmark Blue, inspired by Stefan Best with the bat and David Grenfell pitching, defeated the defending champion surprisingly easily 7-0. In the early game at Glassey Park, in a clash of two development teams Berri Blue’s seven run first innings and a brilliant all round performance with bat and ball by Ashley Rogers saw it go on to defeat Renmark White 13-4. In the other game, good pitching performances from Roy Grenfell for Lyrup and Roger Taylor for Loxton at Loxton called on some special efforts with the bat and Lyrup produced them to win 6-2.

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■ A ROUND of the Sidecar Grand Slam series will open the season at the Riverland Speedway, Calperum Hill, Renmark, from 6.30pm on Saturday night. Additional interest has been added to the series in 2012 as unlike its inaugural year in 2011, points will accumulate from round to round to find an overall champion at the end. Renmark hosts the first meet of the six round series. Some of the world’s leading sidecar teams will complete at the event, while there will also be some Australia versus New Zealand rivalry on show. Amongst the teams will

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THE 2012/13 Riverland swimming season is off to a fantastic start with the first of the Riverland interclub carnivals held in Loxton on Friday night. A warm evening and warm water helped to put swimmers in the mood for competition, with competitor numbers the highest in some time. There were 27 swimmers competing for the first time at a Riverland interclub and registering their times to allow them to be graded for the upcoming carnivals. A significant number of these new swimmers were

from either Loxton or Waikerie swimming clubs, which is a great start to the season for both of these clubs who have struggled with swimmer numbers in the past few seasons. Renmark have also attracted new swimmers to their club, while numbers for Berri have stayed similar to previous years. Swimmers from all clubs performed very well in the first carnival for the season, with many registering personal best times. Renmark finished on top with 271 points, Berri had 247, Loxton 222 and Waikerie 142.

After competing on Friday night, several Riverland families then travelled to the Gawler Open carnival on Saturday to give swimmers a chance to swim in the Gawler swimming pool prior to the 2013 SA Country Championships, which will be hosted by Gawler. Berri’s Matthew Nourse was one standout swimmer, winning his 100m backstroke event in a time of one minute and 25 seconds. The first of the pennant carnivals will be held on Friday night, with Waikerie hosting Berri and Renmark hosting Loxton.


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■ THE Brand family name has been prominent in Berri and Riverland sport over many years and reached new heights when Kaiden Brand was snapped up by Hawthorn at pick number 66 during last week’s AFL National Draft. Kaiden moved to Adelaide two years ago to play with West Adelaide and is the son of two of the Riverland’s most well known sports people. Both have had long careers with Kaiden’s dad Allan a former champion with the Berri Demons, while his mum Jo is one of the best netballers to ever grace the courts in the Riverland.

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Strong cycling participation ■ NUMBERS continue to grow at the Riverland Cycling Club’s Tuesday night criterium meetings with 27 participating last week, including four newcomers from Loxton. Fast times were again produced in good weather conditions with Shane Pitman winning in the A grade from Steve Jaensch and Jacob Otto, while the B grade went to Craig Spilsbury, C grade to Glen O’Brien and D grade to Bob Pankhurst. A few days earlier a head wind made the first 25 kilometres to the turn around spot of the Lindsay Point Handicap tough going but in the end Peter Burr put in an exceptional performance to chase down a group ahead of him with 10 kilometres to go and then head to the finish for an impressive win. Lee Rasheed was next to the line, with Ruth Strout in third and club champion Steve Jaensch recorded the fastest time from the scratch starting group.

Vander Meyden on top ■ AT THE Waikerie Golf Club over the past week, Hans Vander Meyden was the winner in a Wednesday stableford with 30 points ahead of Derek Greenfield and Craig Davis on 35. On Saturday Davis took out division one of a similar competition with 39 points. Division two went to Craig Robinson, 39 points, with other leading scores belonging to Jack Sullivan, 38, Vince King, 37, Philip Isaacson and Terry Harris, 36. Paul Stringer also had a good day featuring in longest drive and nearest the pin acknowledgements. At the Barmera club Mike Rumball with plus five took out a par competition on Saturday followed by Joffa Rosebergen, Gary Denton and Paul Baker, all with plus four, while Phil Selfe was plus

Trevorrow named champion ■ TONY Trevorrow has been named Renmark and Berri Field and Game Club’s Champion of Champions for 2012. In the club’s final event of the year, Sheryl Beer won the main event, a handicap 50 target shoot.

Trewren (pictured) received the Volunteer of the Year award for Local Legends. As a result, the Berri Swimming Club receives $2000 and a visit from an Australian swim team member. On receiving the award Jenni said, “being involved in swimming and volunteering has provided me with so

Swimming Australia’s Local Legends program aims to recognise and reward members of clubs who give up their time to volunteer in clubs across Australia. As part of the program, a swimming volunteer is acknowledged each month.

Olympians compete in Rowing SA Regatta ■ AS many as three Olympians will compete in the Rowing SA Regatta being held at Berri this weekend. Berri Rowing Club is hosting the annual event that is held alternately by the Berri and Renmark clubs. Berri Rowing Club captain Paul Othams, said, “indications from accommodation sources and the state body are that between 600 to 800 competitors can be expected”. Olympic rowers that have nominated to take part in the event include Murray Bridge’s James McRae who has competed in the men’s quad crew at two Olympic Games, Bryne Couldraye from Adelaide who is a men’s eights rower and Renee Chat-

terton from Adelaide University who took part at the Olympics in the Australian women’s eights. McRae has an Olympic bronze medal. Any plans for former Loxton North rower Alexander Hill, who is now a member of the Adelaide Rowing Cl Club, have changed.

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■ BARMERA’S Mike Horsman has just returned from his annual trip to Mildura where he played in the Sunraysia Veterans Tennis Tournament and represented South Australia in the Tri State Challenge against New South Wales and Victoria. Playing in the 60 to 65 years age group, Mike teamed

with NSW’s Loretta Funnell, who he partnered to finish runner-up in the national tournament two years ago, to take out the mixed doubles title and together with Victorian Ron Frost, finished runner-up in the men’s doubles. Then in the tri state clash, which is for players 35 years and

■ BERRI State representative Andrew Hill and his partner Freeling’s Chris Kearns will be in Adelaide on December 16 and 17, representing zone four at the SA men’s pairs finals after winning the local zone’s knock outs games at Tanunda on Sunday. Hill and Kearns defeated Freeling pair Sykes/ Grantham 23-13, Loxton’s Graeme Huppatz and Trevor Schulz 18-13 and in the final, Lyndoch’s Peter Uranjek and

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Renmark Oval in top condition ■ IT IS often easy to overlook the benefits of events in our region such as the Australian Cricketers’ Association Masters visit a week or so ago, outside any matches, coaching, social or community events or promotional activities involved. A veteran of our local cricket who has played on many grounds around country Australia and was

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“It puts rowing in the spotlight for the Riverland,” he said. Local hopes include Berri club members Othams and Sue Skinner. The laides quad, featuring Skinner, won gold in the event last year. The river frontage involved offers good viewing and entry is free. Catering will include barbecues and refreshments. Racing over the two days will be non-stop with a new event every five minutes or so and involving around 70 races per day. Competition starts at 10am on Saturday and continues until 6pm and on Sunday the program runs from 8am to 2pm.

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A night of sporting legend ■ FOLLOWING Friday night’s annual 5RM – Berri Resort Hotel – SGIC Riverland Sportsperson of the Year Presentation Dinner at the Berri Resort Hotel, the General Manager of Riverland Radio Cheryl Lardner said “the Sportsperson of the Year awards dinner was a huge success presented to an absolutely packed house”. Having the five inaugural Inductees into the Riverland Legends of Sport, all represented on the night, had a huge effect but there also seemed to be new interest and enthusiasm surrounding the other awards as well. Brad Gallard, the champion off-road driver took out the senior Sportsperson of the Year award following his brilliant double during the year in winning outright and in his Extreme 2WD Class both the Finke Desert Race in the Northern Territory and the Goondawindi 400 in Queensland. Brad had been nominated for this award in previous years for both speed waterskiing and off-road racing but it was obvious from his acceptance speech that despite some of the spectacular successes he had enjoyed over his career, this sports award in his home patch was one he really treasured. The 35th 5RM/Berri Ltd Steve McFarlane Contribution to Sport award went to Loxton’s Rex Fielke in recognition of his long involvement in everything from media work to behind the scenes roles with the Riverland Football League and Loxton Football and Bowling Clubs. Another 5RM/Berri Ltd award, the John Ormsby Coach of the Year went to Berri River Rangers’ Steve Atkinson. Almost in a state of shock after receiving the award, Steven remarked that he had not thought too much about an acceptance speech but had been concentrating on the one he had to make the next day when he was to be married. Also from the big field of local talent, Loxton volleyballer Riley Stone took home the 37th trophy presentation for the Beaurepaires Junior Sports Star of the Year award. The season saw Riley involved in both indoor and beach versions of the sport and he is well on the way to a fine future at top level. I had the pleasure of briefly interviewing Doug Fieldhouse

■ CHAMPIONS: Riverland Legend of Sport inductees (from left) Mark Ricciuto, Grant Schubert, Luke Prokopec, Doug Fieldhouse (accepting the award on behalf of his later daughter Sue) and Audrey Hefford. (Below) Riverland Sportsperson of the Year Brad Gallard addresses the large audience at the dinner after being announced as the winner on Friday night. Photos: ADRIAN HUGHES

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representing his late daughter, champion water skier Sue, evergreen lawn bowler Audrey Hefford, former Major League USA baseballer Luke Prokopec, AFL Crows legend Mark Ricciuto and Olympic Hockey gold medallist Grant Schubert, the inaugural inductees into the Riverland Legends of Sport. What great people. And my short chat with them left me with no doubt that they took this new honour very seriously. For example, Mark Ricciuto had interrupted what must be a hectic life and business schedule and Grant Schubert made a rushed trip from Western Australia for the occasion. I had one common question for them that I thought would interest the audience. What was the highlight and greatest memory from their illustrious careers? Doug Fieldhouse felt that for Sue it would have been setting a world record in Women’s Slalom in London in 1981 amongst a host of other outstanding performances. Audrey Hefford provided the audience with some laughs when asked the question including rating one tournament above any medals she had won with Australian teams “because I won $8000”. Luke Prokopec predictably settled on finally breaking into the Major League with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2000 after dealing with homesickness in the USA and working his way to the top through what is a proverbial mine field. The much decorated Mark Ricciuto was also predictable in talking about the team achievements he has been involved in.

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High praise for Berri volunteer By GRAHAM CHARLTON BERRI Swimming Club president Jenni Trewren has won Swimming Australia’s inaugural Local Legend of the Year award from more than 400 nominations. Trewren was thrilled to receive the national award but said she would have settled for being at the Melbourne event on the weekend. She and her children Sarah and Timothy were among more than 400 guests of Swimming Australia. “We witnessed Alicia Coutts being named Australia’s Swimmer of the Year for the second time after her five medals at the London Olympic Games,” she said. “It was an amazing experience to be seated adjacent to swimming greats such as Stephanie Rice, James Magnessen, Libby Trickett, Matt Cowdrey and Jacqueline Freney.” Freney, with her eight gold medals at the London Paralympic Games, was named Multiclass Swimmer of the Year and Cowdrey, who at those games became Australia’s most successful paralympian, was crowned Swimmers’ Choice winner. Berri Swimming Club member Hayden Stoeckel was named in the International All Star team for 2012. ■ Continued Page 22

Hunt for gold at rowing regatta ■ PREPARATION: Berri Rowing Club members (from left) Kimberley Axon, captain Paul Othams, Sue Skinner and Ebony Stanton rowing in preparation for this weekend’s regatta in Berri. Photo: BRAD PERRY

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