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Harman is concerned about the future of many Riverland growTHE stagnant level of irrigation ers as resources tighten and the allocations has growers fearing possibility of the price of water they will be unable to afford to increasing. “Grape prices are spiralling purchase more water. River Murray Minister Kar- down,” he said. “At the top end of the range, lene Maywald announced yesterday that water allocations would costs are still going up. “We have got to lease more remain at 18 per cent for the remainder of the irrigation year, water in to survive. “I’ve got a prompting fears of sneaking suspicion skyrocketing water that the price of prices. water will be very “We are all I’ve got a sneaking high.” in very uncertain suspicion that the It is a scary realtimes,” she said. ity for Mr Harman, “There is enor- price of water will be who said a lot of mous pressure on very high. people will be conour entire commusidering taking the nity as the drought exit package before deepens.” the cut off date of Minister MayJune 30. wald urged grow“I’ve got a funny feeling that ers to think about all the options available such as exit packages, if I won’t know where to go in six they are contemplating leaving to 10 months time with no water and no crops to grow,” he said. the industry. “It will be a spiral effect right “Hopefully people in tough times will make decisions that are through the community and inbetter for them in the long term,” dustry.” she said. ■ Continued Page 12 Loxton grape grower Peter By BRAD PERRY

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G’day Riverland & Mallee Email: newsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

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Bonney plan admirable

This week in the Riverland Weekly

It is extremely important for the region and every bit extra that they spend will help the region’s economy. ~

Renae Harman – Page 3

RESIDENTS in the Lake Bonney district are being urged to attend a meeting to discuss future developments in the area. - Full report, Page 5 THE Riverland Weekly’s snappers were out and about over the Easter long weekend catching all of the holiday fun. – Full report, Pages 6 to 9

Word of the week MANAGEMENT (noun): The act, manner, or practice of managing; handling, supervision, or control: management of a crisis.

The idea of it is to keep government and bureaucratic representatives and councils at an arm’s length. ~ Ian Penno – Page 5

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PHYSIOTHERAPY services are again being offered by the Riverland Regional Health Service in Loxton. The return of services starts today and will operate on Mondays and Fridays. The services are available to community members through Home and Community Care.

ADELAIDE Zoo’s beloved orangutan Pusung has died from a respiratory infection similar to the common cold, Adelaidenow reports. Zoos South Australia says respiratory infection is a common cause of death in older male orangutans. Pusung was 31 years old - middleaged in primate terms.

LEGISLATION to resurrect the alcopops tax and validate revenue already collected will be introduced when parliament returns next month, The Australian reports. Health Minister Nicola Roxon said the Government’s alcopops policy was a success as it dramatically reduced sales of the ready-todrink beverages.

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YOU have got to admire the efforts of the consortium of Barmera and district locals to try and provide some positive news for their community. In the past there has not only been negative press, mostly from city based media outlets but also some divisions within the community in regards to the way the lake situation is being handled. Through its ambitious plan, the group hopes to smooth over some of those divisions and bring people together, working for a cause. Hopefully this apolitical stance can work as Barmera and its surrounding communities need an opportunity to move ahead. While no in depth plans have been released at the moment, what has been mentioned is a desire to move ahead and focus on the fact that the district has more to attract visitors and new residents than

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Thursday April 16, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 3

Easter weekend a cracker in the Riverland

â–  LOCAL TOURISTS: South African family Lieze, Micaela, Reinhard and Schalk Holl, currently residing in Berri, enjoyed visiting many of the Riverland attractions, including the Loxton Historical Village, on Sunday. Photo: JANE WILSON

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Excellent Easter IT was certainly a happy Easter for the Riverland as thousands of people stayed in the region, prompting local tourism operators to label it as a positive result for the region. Tourists poured into the region early on Friday and took advantage of the perfect weather and the idyllic waters of the River Murray. Riverland Tourism Authority acting regional tourism manager Renae Harman said the region benefited greatly from a very busy Easter weekend. “There were a lot of people looking for events and attractions,� she said. “People were certainly out and about. “The amount of boats on the river were phenomenal. “It is extremely important for the region and every bit extra that they spend will

help the region’s economy.� Mrs Harman said it was not just the main tourist attractions that benefited from the tourism boost, smaller businesses such as bakeries, fuel stations and supermarkets felt the increase in trade. “It is very timely this year, coinciding with the school holidays, so many families are staying on,� she said. “The weather has been fantastic and perhaps campers will stay around longer.� According to Mrs Harman, Berri Riverside Caravan Park reported having around 200 children staying at the popular accommodation spot. “The region has got a very strong return of visiting friends and relatives,� she said. The Easter breakfasts were extremely popular amongst visitors as well as local wineries, hotels, restaurants, the Riverland Farmer’s

Nominees for Citizen of the Year THE nominees for the 5RM Rotary Club Riverland and Mallee Citizen of the Year award for 2009 have been announced. Amongst the list are names familiar in community circles and all great contributors to the region. The awards night will be held on Friday, May 8, at the Berri Resort Hotel from at 6.30pm. Berri Rotary Club’s John Rix will host the evening.

Nominees: Terry Miller, Berri Robert Charity, Berri Michael Cook, Berri Peter Magarey, Loxton Kevin Muller, Berri Jeff Nickolls, Pinnaroo Gilbert Pilgrim, Paringa Robert Ray, Berri Paul Smith, Renmark Margaret Thiel, Waikerie Cherie Walkington, Berri Lynette Summerton, Pinnaroo Lyn Pinnington, Berri

Market and PS Industry cruises to name a few. Barmera, Berri, Loxton, Waikerie and Renmark Paringa visitor information centres all recorded busy trends and said visiting numbers were well up on last year. Loxton Visitor Information Centre manager Tracy Bye said there was an overwhelming number of people in the town over the Easter weekend. “It has been a wonderful Easter,� she said. Waikerie Visitor Information Centre manager Lucy Quintel shared similar views. “The perfect weather conditions made it one of the best Easters ever, with Waikerie coming alive with so many tourists, visitors and locals getting out and about,� she said. “Tourists were pleasantly surprised about the amount of water in the river and said

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they were glad they hadn’t listened to all the negative publicity about the lack of water in the river.� Saturday was the busiest day of the Easter break with the Berri Visitor Information Centre seeing 308 people through its doors, while 532 visited over the three days. Of those, 144 came from Adelaide, 126 from interstate and 22 people came from overseas.

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IT was my first Easter in the Riverland and I felt immediately overwhelmed by the support for the region at the Easter breakfasts on Saturday. More than 3000 people attended the Berri Easter breakfast ,while there were around 1000 people at the Loxton breakfast and around 450 and 300 people at the Renmark and Paringa breakfasts respectively. Attending the Loxton Easter breakfast quite early in the morning, I heard a number of comments from tourists about how there was nowhere else in South Australia that does a free Easter breakfast “that good�. Rhonda Westlake, of Port Pirie, could not believe the great food that was on offer. After that I made my way down to the Berri breakfast to take some photographs and was amazed by the number of people who had come down to enjoy themselves. What a way to unite the community and show tourists what we have to offer. On Sunday, I headed to Barmera to check out the markets and the tourists relaxing down by Lake Bonney. The lake was, as always, picturesque and there were a


POLICE NEWS on the walls of a 100 year old homestead at Brenda Park on the Blanchetown to Morgan road on Easter Sunday.

Easter damage A REAR window of the Barmera Public Library was smashed over the Easter weekend but no entry was gained to the building. On Easter Monday, Loxton Primary School also had several windows broken causing $450 damage to the school library. In another incident, over $1000 of damage was caused to tents at Blanchetown Caravan Park on Easter Sunday. Meanwhile, graffiti was put

Stick and stones assault A 14 YEAR old Berri youth was arrested for allegedly assaulting another youth with a large stick and for throwing rocks at him. He was bailed and will appear in the Berri Youth Court at a later date.

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4 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday April 16, 2009

I READ with interest, the recent opinion piece by the Pink Bloke in which he claimed I wasn’t doing enough for the Riverland. And I agree with him. I never feel like I am doing enough. I spend a lot of time in the Riverland (not just when the media is around) and I am overwhelmed by the terrible conditions our regional communities face. At the time of securing the $900 million dollars in the stimulus package for the Murray-Darling, I said in Parliament that the money was just the first step. This included $500 million in fast tracked water buybacks, which will help water efficient communities like the Riverland, $200 million for communities to cope with and restructure for less water, an additional $200 million for stormwater harvesting, which will reduce the reliance of cities and towns on the Murray, and finally much improved exit packages for irrigators who wish to exit the industry but stay on their land. But much more needs to be done. The Pink Bloke asked what am I doing about over-allocation and about managed investment schemes? He asks why aren’t I taking on the other states, what am I doing about

water efficiency, and why isn’t one body running the river in the national interest? Well let me start with the last one first. In my very first speech in parliament I said, “for more than a century state governments have put parochial interests above the national interest and allowed this great river system to be drained to death’s door. With one river system, there should be one set of rules�. That is why I was the only Senator to vote against the Federal Government’s Water Bill last year because the Bill did not create one national body, independent of the states, to run the rivers in the national interest. I have long argued only a national take-over can end the over-allocation that is killing the rivers. In the Senate, I am working with the Nationals, the Greens and Liberal Senator Bill Heffernan to push the government to outlaw the managed investment schemes that use taxpayer subsidies to destroy the Murray-Darling. Last year, I traveled to Victoria to lead a protest against that state’s Sugarloaf north-south pipeline. Speaking to the Victorian Rural Press Club at the time, I described as “madness� the idea that any state government would be taking water away from a dying river system. I have been working with farming groups in New South Wales and Queensland, pushing for improved efficiencies to end wasteful practices upstream forever. Recently, I also traveled to St George in Queensland to explain to farming communities the harsh realities faced by SA farmers. And on top of all that, I am constantly championing the cause of the Murray-Darling in meeting after meeting in Canberra with the government, the opposition and the Greens. The government treats me like a pain in the neck but I don’t care if it means they understand the pain rural communities are experiencing.

So to answer the Pink Bloke’s question, what am I doing? Not enough and my absolute best and I will keep doing whatever I can to deliver a better deal for SA farmers. To do any less would be to fail the people of South Australia. Senator Nick Xenaphon, Canberra.

Widows thank traders ON behalf of the Riverland Vintage Widows Committee, I wish to express our sincere thanks and gratitude to the many Riverland traders and individuals who helped make our fifth annual luncheon and auction on Friday, April 3, the biggest yet. As wives and partners of those involved in the daunting demands of harvest, we often feel ‘widowed’ and enjoy this opportunity of getting together for some fun and social contact. The absolute privilege of raising money for families in our own community, is truly a delight on the day. The willingness and generosity of local businesses in these hard times has been overwhelming. Ten major sponsors, along with a further 112 local businesses, made the day an outstanding success for the 140 people attending at the picturesque Ruston’s Rose Garden. It was an honour to be able to give Red and Oohnagh and their respective families $5600 each. To those who joined us for lunch, to those who contributed in the smallest way, to the many, many businesses who contributed and who were gladly acknowledged on the day, to the amazing Riverland Community, we say a big, big thank you from the bottom of our hearts – we look forward to doing it all again next year!! RVW Committee, Deb Kassebaum, Teresa Grigorio, Kerry Woolston, Kathy Gauci, Sue Caddy, Sue Fox.

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Lake Bonney district takes matters into its own hands By BRAD PERRY A GROUP of locals has decided to take the future of Barmera and the Lake Bonney district into their own hands, embarking on a million dollar project to link the surrounding area. More than 80 community members have put forward ideas to link Barmera, Cobdogla, Loveday, Overland Corner and Kingstonon-Murray into one district in an attempt to put them on the tourist map. A local architect and landscaper has been hired to draw up plans on how to connect the surrounding areas of Barmera into a district, with walking trails, riding tracks and steam trains all being discussed. A meeting will take place at the Hellenic Hall in Barmera on Monday to provide people with information about the proposed projects. Barmera District War Memorial Community Centre chairman Ian Penno insisted the negative comments about Lake Bonney had taken away the positive aspects of the district. “We have involved the community with ideas to make the Lake Bonney district vibrant, viable and to keep businesses going,� he said. “It has copped a fair bit of stick over the past three years.� While there have been many groups and projects over the years designed to enhance Barmera and the Lake Bonney district, Mr Penno said this plan is tak-

The focus has been on the lake and we have forgotten about what else we can offer

■ TOURIST ATTRACTION: The Barmera and Lake Bonney district group meeting will focus on the positive aspects of the surrounding district and the community hopes to attract tourists who are looking for a shorter holiday by offering a year round schedule of things to do. Photo: BRAD PERRY ing a different approach. “The idea of it is to keep government and bureaucratic representatives and councils at an arm’s length,� he said. “They will have no say in what we are doing or how we are doing it. “The community takes ownership and control of what happens around the district.� However, Mr Penno said while government, bureaucratic representatives and councils will have no say on project ideas, the group is still keeping those authorities updated.

Another aspect which makes the Barmera and Lake Bonney district meeting unique is that it is not focusing on Lake Bonney. “The focus has been on the lake and we have forgotten about what else we can offer,� Mr Penno said. “It is only a focal point because locals have made it that.� The group has nominated five core values of the community and developed a motto: ‘ Leisure Activities for Everyone Everyday’. Frisbees and beach balls were supplied on behalf of the Office of Recreation and Sport’s Be Active program and given out to tourists

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Easter HOLIDAYS

â–  SERVICE: Tina Hall, of Barmera, is served by Sharon Stewart at the Bush Essentials stall at the Barmera Main Street Markets on the weekend.

â–  RELAXING: Eli Spicer (left) and Tori Stevens from Lewiston enjoyed a spot of fishing near Loxton. Photo: JANE WILSON

â–  PREPARED: Aimee Oxlade was prepared for the Easter hunt while camping at Loxton North. Photo: JANE WILSON

■ TOYS: Marianne Westley with Lauren, Abbey and Emily, of Winkie, at the Toyworld stall with Jim Efthimiou at Sunday’s Barmera Main Street Market.

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â–  CONCENTRATION: Codin Mason, 6, of Reynella, tried his hand at the touch game at the Loxton Historical Village on Sunday. Photo: JANE WILSON

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New fines for fruit and veg transport A STATE Government campaign that started over the Easter weekend will alert South Australians to new penalties for bringing fruit and vegetables into the Riverland and into the state. From July 1, anyone travelling into the Riverland with ‘fruit fly host produce’ purchased elsewhere within SA, must carry with them an itemised shop receipt or plant health certificate, or risk an on-the-spot fine. The new fines for illegally carrying fruit, vegetables or plant material are: $315 for an individual; $20,000 for a truck driver; $100,000 for a company. Agriculture, Food and Fisheries Minister Paul Caica says the new measures are all part of South Australia’s new Plant Health Act designed to protect the state’s $1.5 billion fruit, vegetable, grape and field crop industries from plant pests, including fruit fly.


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Easter HOLIDAYS ■ CAMPING TRADITION: Freeling family Rony, Simon and Jacob Hurst relaxing at their camping spot in Barmera. Photo: BRAD PERRY

Every Saturday 7.30am–11.30am Senior Citizen’s Hall, Crawford Terrace, Berri

■ SPLASH: Josh Hynes, of Adelaide, splashes back to the bank at Martin’s Bend.

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Please be advised the market will be closed Anzac Day, April 25th

Bring your biggest coffee mug from home each week and we’ll fill it to the top at no extra charge!

ESPRESSO, FRESHLY SQUEEZED ORANGE JUICE AND FREE-RANGE EGG AND BACON TOASTED ROLLS ON THE BBQ, AVAILABLE FROM THE BREAKFAST BAR.

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Thursday April 16, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 9

Easter HOLIDAYS

Easter HOLIDAYS

â–  PLENTY TO SEE: Yvonne Lempens, of Lyrup, and Khyl McIntosh, 8, of Grange, taking in the sights at the Cobdogla Steam and Irrigation Museum.

■ LUNCH: Lorraine Pech (centre) hands Jye Elford a hot dog while Raelene Gladigau looks on at the Loxton Historical Village’s pie cart. Photo: JANE WILSON

Photo: BRAD PERRY

â–  EASTER TREAT: Jodie Koch and Marian Woodberry stacking hot cross buns at the Loxton Easter breakfast. Photo: BRAD PERRY

When can I water my garden?

â–  DIVE: Tayla Roberts, of Elizabeth Downs, dives into the pool at the Berri Caravan Park over Easter. Photo: LES PEARSON

Now that daylight saving has ďŹ nished, new watering times are in place. So cut out this guide and stick it on your fridge as a reminder to water within the enhanced level 3 water restrictions. Of course, letting nature do the watering for you is always the ďŹ rst priority, but in the event of no rain, make sure to stick to your allocated time and continue to save water. â–  BOUNCE: William Formato, from Glenelg, gets some air on the bouncing pillow at the Berri Caravan Park. â–  RELAX: Townsville couple Boyd and Ann Kellon spent some time relaxing in front of the Renmark Riverfront Holiday Park. â–  SWIMMERS: Jackson and Tayla Walls, of Gawler, enjoy a swim in the Renmark Riverfront Holiday Park on the weekend. Photo: LES PEARSON

  

                â–  PERFECT: Adelaide pair, Graeme Bower and Peter Judd fishing on the shores of Lake Bonney. Photo: BRAD PERRY

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■ SURF’S UP: Making the most of the warm, Easter weather at Loxton North were (from left) Jackson Waechter, Colbey Jachmann and Tyler Wagner.

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â–  GREAT TIMES: Mark Pontt with daughter Jo at the Loxton Easter breakfast. Photo: BRAD PERRY

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â–  RIGHT: Emma Limbert and Sam Tester, from Adelaide, enjoy a break at the Berri Easter breakfast on Saturday.

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â–  FUN IN THE SUN: (Back left) Jordan Lavista, 8, Amber Venn, 5, Maddison Williams, 7, (front left) Kiara Pinyon, 2, Kylie Basedow, Mia Basedow, 8, Naomi Lavista and Jasmine Williams,3, from Adelaide, at Lake Bonney.


FEATURE

10 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday April 16, 2009

Pet’s Life

Never play cat and mouse games if you’re a mouse ~ Don Addis

Rodents can be perfect pets By DR JULIA ADAMS

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ave you no room for a pet and no backyard? Do you want a pet but don’t want to spend a fortune on buying and feeding it? Do you dislike noisy, demanding pets that shed hair on your lounge suite and chase cars and bring in dead birds? Maybe a mouse or rat is just the pet for you. Mice and rats make fascinating pets. They are social, gentle creatures and cost very little to purchase. They are also cheap and easy to maintain.

Residences for rodents Mice and rats can be housed in a variety of containers. Their rodent residence

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should be made of strong material that will resist the attempts of the mouse or rat to chew through it. Mice will rarely return to their cage if they escape, although by comparison, rats often do. Metal or strong plastic cages are ideal. An old aquarium makes a good house as the mouse or rat cannot climb the glass walls. Mesh cages are suitable but they must have a solid floor. The cage should be as large as you can manage and preferably should have two or more levels. To add some fun, visit the hardware store and buy PVC pipes and connectors. Your rodent buddies will love to explore these and will rest and sleep in them too. Toilet rolls and plastic butter containers make good cubbies for mice and rats

â–  THE PERFECT PET: A rat is the pet you have always wanted; social and gentle, with very little cost to purchase and maintain. Photo: SUPPLIED

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rodent pellets are the easiest and most reliable diet. Seeds, grains and cereals can also be fed and lucerne hay is particularly useful. Hay is an excellent fibre source. It helps to keep the mouse or rat’s intestines in good order. In addition, hay offers plenty of activities for rodents. Your mouse or rat will love to play with it and will use it to build nests.

General care

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Mice are prolific breeders, about twice as productive as rats. One female mouse can

theoretically be responsible for the production of over 30,000 cubs in a year. Mice can live for up to three years and rats for up to three and a half years. A female mouse is fertile as early as 28 days of age but it is best not to breed with her until she is 50 days old. Mice can have litters of 10 to 20 cubs, whereas rats have litters of six to 10 cubs. Rats and mice can suffer from a variety of diseases. Of the serious conditions, the most common are tumours, bowel disease, pneumonia and skin infections. Generally, such diseases suggest poor housing or maintenance. With any disease, the first step to a solution is to thoroughly clean the cage and utensils. Separate any sick mice or rats from the others and observe them. If the problem persists, veterinary attention should be sought. (Vets love seeing ‘different’ animals and you will get a warm reception!!) Lastly - don’t forget them. Mice, rats and, for that matter, any animals that are confined to a cage are totally at your mercy. As they don’t bark or meow for food, they are sometimes forgotten in the busy lives that we all lead nowadays. Like all pets, they are a responsibility.

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Thursday April 16, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 11

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Allocation remains steady ■ From Page 1 Riverland Grape Growers Association chief executive officer Chris Byrne said the water allocation announcement was not unexpected and many growers had prepared for it. “It is not unexpected but there is further disappointment,� he said. “This means there will be less water to finish off this year’s crops. “I think it will encourage more growers to think about what the options really are.� Mr Byrne said there are already hundreds of people contemplating exiting the industry and the future is looking very challenging. “If growers take exit package number two, they have to sell their water and don’t know how much they will get for it,� he said. “It is not a particularly attractive option.� Minister Maywald said River Murray inflows were at an all time low but remained hopeful that there would be some rainfall in the coming months. “Inflow conditions have continued to deteriorate since the end of last year due to low rainfall and above average temperatures,� she said. “Last month’s inflows were very close to our worst-case scenario predictions, while January and February 2009 inflows were slightly below the previous historical minimum inflows.�

Thursday April 16, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 13

Major Make A Wish Foundation fundraiser will have...

Touching response to request for help

Riverlanders treated to Red Carpet Dinner By LES PEARSON RIVERLANDERS, dust off the ball gown and get your tux drycleaned, the year’s night of nights approaches as the Make A Wish foundation unfurls the red carpet for a massive fundraiser this weekend. The prestigious Red Carpet Dinner is a first for the foundation, doubling as a major fundraiser and celebrating 10 wishes granted for children living with life threatening illness in the region in 10 years. With over 150 guests already booked in, and with the building capacity at 190, the event is already considered an overwhelming success by the Make A Wish Riverland branch president Dallas Zeliff “At the moment we have just over 150 people booked and paid so anything over that would be a huge bonus,â€? he said. The whole evening is being coined as one of glitz and glamour. “We’re asking everyone to‌ really get dressed up because we have the paparazzi ready to take their photos as they get out the limos and vintage cars,â€? Mr Zeliff said. Guests will be escorted to the Berri Town Hall by two stretch limousines and eight vehicles from the Riverland Vintage Car Club. “This is really an adult prom/

■ GLITZ: All dressed up for this weekend’s event are (from left) Darrell Smith, Robyn Blight, Anne Smith and Dallas Zeliff. Photo: JANE WILSON Oscars night,� Mr Zeliff said. The evening meal is also going to be a major feature, prepared by local caterer/baker Rachel Harrow. Guests will be greeted with three lots of hors d’oevres, before venturing inside for the final two

courses of a delicious meal with an alternate plate main course and homemade desserts. “This is no ordinary threecourse meal, this is something out of the ordinary,� Mr Zeliff said. He was also enthusiastic

about the evening’s entertainment, featuring a live band providing background music throughout the evening and a line up of great company. “I think our three guest speakers are the stand-out attraction.� Guest speakers include Brad Taylor, Australia’s longest living triple transplant patient and motivational speaker, local girl Kimberly Smith, young ambassador for Make A Wish in South Australia, and Danielle Chartres, wish granting co-ordinator for Australia. “We’re putting it on as a fundraiser because in the Riverland, we try and raise enough to grant our own wishes and we’ve been very lucky this year to have raised quite a lot of money already,� Mr Zeliff said. “Over 150 people is going to be a very successful number where we’ll raise well in excess of $5000.� External support has also been phenomenal according to Mr Zeliff. Beverage giant Lion Nathan has donated three kegs of beer and Barossa Valley’s Norman’s Wines has also put forward eight dozen bottles of wine. “It’s been unbelievable, the support’s been fantastic,� Mr Zeliff said. “We’ve got a committee of 12 people but our support base for this show is enormous.�

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ADVERTISING FEATURE

Get active and challenge yourself and your mates

â–  LAUNCHED: Berri Barmera Council deputy mayor Bruce Richardson (left) was on hand to help launch the Active Community Challenge earlier this month. Photo: LES PEARSON

â–  CLOSURE: Margaret Caulfield holds a photo of her beloved uncle Derreck Gerrard at his grave in Berri during her recent visit from England. Photo: JANE WILSON

Memories of Derrek flood in By BRAD PERRY THE Riverland Weekly recently called for help piecing together the time spent by Derrek Gerrard in our community during the early 1950s, in order to provide his family with information. Our readers responded in droves. Margaret Caulfield knew very little about a place called Berri and even less about how her beloved Uncle Derrek spent the last three years of his life. James Derrek Gerrard tragically died of cancer in 1953, before the people of Berri were able to fly him home to England with the money that had been generously raised so he could see his family again. His niece, Magaret Caulfield told her story to the Riverland Weekly, hoping that the people of the region may have been able to pass on any information about her uncle’s final years in Berri. From reader responses, we were able to piece together some information involving James Derrek Gerrard and his time in Berri. “Jerry� as he was known by some, was a popular community member who was highly respected and made the most of his time here. He was a dedicated mechanic who worked at “an old established garage� called Prior’s Mechanics, which was owned by the Prior brothers Frank and Viv, on the corner of Wilson Street in Berri. It was from his work that he established many

friendships, including a strong bond with his coworker Mick Broadbent. David Curyer was a member of the Berri Bowling Club at the time and remembers associating with Mr Gerrard. “We often saw him down the rowing club and would always say g’day,� he said. Derrek was a member of the Berri Rowing Club and was often seen rowing at regattas, while his co-worker Mick Broadbent spent time socialising with him as a supporter of the club. Mr Curyer recalled the day the truck that James Derrek Gerrard was travelling in, tipped over on the way to a rowing regatta causing minor damage to the car. “John Sellhorn (a rower) was going to a regatta on the long weekend at Murray Bridge and Mannum,� he said. “It tipped over at the sbend on the other side of Wanbi.� Derrek spent his time in a number of different accommodations, including Wandeen House, which was owned by Mrs Thomas, whose son was a rower and at his friend, Mr Broadbent’s house. He also was helped by Ron and Robert Dennis, who were heavily involved with the Berri Masonic Lodge, a place where the Priors befriended Derrek. Carol Cooper believes her grandfather Robert Dennis had some association with James Derrek Gerrard at the lodge because he always had a “soft spot� to care for people.

Local resident Joan Magaard recalled her time meeting the “friendly, young man who made friends easily� and was introduced to him through a friend of her late husband. During his time in hospital battling cancer, an issue rarely talked about in the 1950s, nurse Fiona Davis drove him to Adelaide for treatment. “The thing I remember of the trip back home was that I have never seen the full moon come up so much,� she said. “Whenever I see a full moon, I think of him. “He was a brave boy who took it all in his stride.� Nurse Margaret Evans, met James Derrek Gerrard after he had been admitted to the Berri Hospital in his final days. “I was privileged to be with this lovely man at the end of his life,� she said. “He had borne the illness with courage and patience.� Mrs Evans was actually on her first night of duty as a nurse the night that Derrek passed away and she recalled how he was appreciative of everything the staff did to help him. “The people of the Berri district in 1953 really did open their hearts to a very beautiful person. “(There was an) outpouring of compassion by so many people here in Berri and the fundraising to send him home to die, surrounded by his family. “He died in his adopted town of Berri, in South Australia, mourned by those who’d grown to know, love and admire him.�

BY NOW you’ve probably heard about the Active Community Team Challenge coming to your town. This is your opportunity to take charge of your fitness, so act now. Run or walk two kilometres or four kilometres once a fortnight for 16 weeks. Entries will also be accepted on the day, so put on some comfortable clothes and sneakers and come down to see what it is all about. Specially marked courses

are situated at: â–  Renmark - riverfront, Murray Drive, on Tuesdays, beginning May 5; â–  Loxton - aquatic club, Grant Schubert Drive, on Wednesdays, beginning May 6; â–  Berri - number two oval, Riverview Drive, on Thursdays, beginning May 7. Why not challenge your whole school to get fit together or grab some workmates and come down in

your lunch break? For more information, contact Life. Be In It on 8232 3944 or register on-line by visiting www.sa.lifebeinit. org. The Active Community Team Challenge is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing and supported by the Berri Barmera, Loxton Waikerie and Renmark Paringa councils and the Riverland be active Sport and Recreation Project.

Walk or run 2km or 4km each fortnight for 16 weeks

Starts 5 May 2009 - Renmark Loxton Berri Ideal for everyone, not just fast runners. Winner is the most improved. For more information or to register on-line visit

www.sa.lifebeinit.org or phone 8232 3944

This project was funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing


14 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday April 16, 2009 ADVERTISING FEATURE

chool SHOLIDAYS Unique bush dining

Take a good break in Morgan The cafe is close to the Morgan Caravan Park and adjacent to both of the town’s hotels, making it very convenient. There are also souvenirs and tourist information available with a warm friendly smile whilst being served. Whether you are on your way through Morgan or taking advantage of water sports on the river, the Morgan Riverview Cafe is the place to stop.

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to ensure consumers have the freshest almonds possible. A wide range of almonds are available in the hut, including whole almonds, diced almonds, almond meal, flavoured almonds, chocolate almonds, almond bread, almond confectionary and much more. The Almond Hut also has products that are hard to source, including almond flakes to finish off your delicious dessert or slivered almonds to add to a chocolate sundae.

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PICTURESQUE scene greets you when you stop off at Mallyon’s on the Murray Bush CafÊ and Gallery at Weston’s Flat. Located on the road between Morgan and Overland Corner, it may be a little out of the way but it is well worth the trip. Opened in 2000 and operated by Rita and Nick Builder in a historic Overlander building, the bush cafÊ features home cooked meals, using only seasonal organic ingredients. Rita Builder plays the genial host as you peruse the tasteful menu board, which features a wide range of meals and treats. Specialties include a warm chicken salad, Overlanders lunch or Weston’s Flat pancakes, topped with fruit jams and whipped cream. The salad side dishes are fresh and have plenty of zing, including a delicious home made dressing. Stepping inside the historic, former stables is a treat in itself. The building is cool and features arts and crafts for sale, as well as tourist information. With a wonderful river view, Mallyon’s has a wonderful relaxed atmosphere and is a great place to stop over while travelling between towns, or is a destination in itself.

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Not only do they provide ice to restock the esky, they also have fishing gear and bait along with some skiing gear. On top of that, the service station offers you competitive fuel prices and can repair car tyres if needed. The Morgan Highway Service Station is open from 6am to 7pm, seven days a week.

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â–  SEEKING: Job seeking can be a daunting task if you have received a redundancy. Photo: JANE WILSON

alternative employment is found. While it may be tempting to pay off the mortgage, it may be better to wait and do this when employment has been found, just in case the funds are needed in an emergency. A person nearing retirement will have to consider whether they can afford to retire. Those aged 55 can access their super funds as a lump sum if they choose to retire. Even a young person without financial and personal commitments should think twice before spending their payout, as there is always a risk that employment may not be found as soon as expected. There are many issues surrounding redundancy and each person’s

*Danny Kearney is an Authorised Representative of AMP Financial Planning Pty Ltd, ABN 89 051 208 327, AFS Licence No. 232706. Any advice given is general only and has not taken into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of this, before acting on any advice, you should consult a financial planner to consider how appropriate the advice is to your objectives, financial situation and needs.

Des Munro ready to help THE Insolvency Practice previously trading as Sims Partners, in South Australia and Melbourne, later rebadged as BRI Partners, has merged with the Sydney Practice of Ferrier Green Krejci Silvia to form a new business reconstruction and insolvency group, BRI Ferrier. The BRI Ferrier group has more than 100 staff and has offices located in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide with a local office

in Berri. The new entity, which is headed by insolvency and financial strategists Ian Ferrier and Tony Hodgson, brings together a high level of collective insolvency experience. Group chairman Mr Ferrier said “we believe better outcomes are achieved by combining experience and energy and that the forging of the new group results in an innovative team structure

equipped to meet any challenge�. The combined group offers services across the full spectrum of business offering a diversity of experience and expertise in business reconstruction and insolvency fields for companies and individuals. The local office at Berri has operated since January 2006 and Des Munro, the insolvency specialist who represents the firm

in Berri, has acted on a vast range of matters in the Riverland and Mildura during that time. He has acted on behalf of debtors, banks and other financiers to try and achieve a meaningful outcome for all stakeholders in each matter. Mr Munro sees his role as minimising the loss by all stakeholders in trying to manage debtors out of their situation.

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Thursday April 16, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 17 ADVERTISING FEATURE

Wunkar Football Club

Bulldogs the big improvers

â–  KEY PLAYERS: Daniel Evans (left, with ball) and Sean Grey (above) will be key players again for the Bulldogs in 2009.

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UNKAR is being touted as a big improver in Independent football circles this season. Riverland Weekly editor Rob McLean spoke to new coach Bruce Watson about the season ahead. â–  Q: Where will the club improve in 2009? We will be a lot fitter and a close knit bunch of guys. â–  Q: Who are the recruits for this season? Scott Huddleston will be handy, Steven Crouch, Adrian Lovegrove and Harley Bennell will all be good pick ups. â–  Q: Of the departing players from last season, who will you miss the most?

We haven’t lost any players, apart from utility Brett Lines to Ovingham. ■ Q: Who do you think will be the big improvers among your players? Those lads that have been playing colts and a couple of senior games will really pick up the pace. Blokes like Bennell, Lovegrove and Mark Crawford. It’s time for them to step up. ■ Q: What lessons has the club learned from last season? What they have learnt from last year is that they can be competitive, they just have to get fitter. ■ Q: How important is it

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18 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday April 16, 2009 ADVERTISING FEATURE

East Murray Football Club

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AST Murray has been in the news for all of the wrong reasons this pre-season, as it struggles to find new players. However, new coach Ben Reichstein is positive the club can move forward in 2009 and he tells Riverland Weekly journalist Les Pearson why.

I would dare say the league is going to be much closer than last year.

■ Q: Where will the club improve in 2009? We’ll be looking to improve on-field and hopefully that may get more players back around the club.

â–  Q: Of your opponents, who will be the club and the players to watch this season? I would dare say the league is going to be much closer than last year and it certainly looks that way at this stage. In saying that, Cobby have always put a very strong side on the park over the past few seasons and they would be the team to beat this season in my opinion.

■ Q: Who are the recruits for this season? We’re still in the process of recruiting. ■ Q: Of the departing players from last season, who will you miss the most? Midfielder Craig Johns. He was really starting to get a lot of the footy at the end of the year and we’ll miss his experience. ■ Q: Who do you think will be the big improvers among your players? It’s a bit hard to tell at this early stage but that will become apparent once the season gets underway. ■ Q: What lessons has the club learned from last season? In a sense, it’s getting to the stage where you’ve got to put your

â–  NUMBERS GAME: East Murray will have its backs to the wall in this year's Independent season due to a lack of numbers but will battle bravely.

best side out there and get results to get people coming back to the club. ■ Q: How important is it for the club to perform strongly in the RFL’s centenary year? The team and the club’s staff

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ET on 1.932 hectares and slightly elevated to provide country scenic views, this excellent 12 year old federation style residence of very generous proportions is positioned in a quiet and peaceful location with short drives into four individual towns that provide schooling and seven day facilities. A perfect home for someone to upgrade or who is seeking a lifestyle with quality living on both the inside and outside and roaming space for the occupants and pets to play. The light and airy kitchen has all the installed quality appliances that one would expect and tiled floor areas underfoot flow from the kitchen into the dining and large living room. Heritage tiled themes are in the en-suite and adjacent is the walk-in robe that will be home to the parents fashions. All other sleeping zones have wall to wall built-in robes, are carpeted and vertical drape

Let true luxury be your lifestyle window furnishings. The family three way bathroom is large, central and is also in a heritage theme with rose frieze tiled areas. The home is run on river/rain and has scenic landscaped gardens with large conifer pines which surround the backyard adding privacy and a picturesque backdrop with fronting green grassed areas. The property has a water allocation which may suit the individual to plant the melons or pumpkins for that extra sideline income. It may be just paddocks or pasture for playtime, maybe even space to breed the ponies or alpacas. Six bay

shedding on site will be well utilised and extra large two bay garaging for the family vehicles is under the main roof and provides access into the home. With no immediate neighbours, this address will be just a lovely place to live and for the next residents to enjoy quality country living.

MONASH Block 904 Richter Road Ray White Berri RLA 195714 Greg Cram 0439 890 822 Price $350,000

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ARELY is there such a successful marriage of open space with elegance and total luxury. Timeless style – this enclave could be a compulsory lifelong family investment and could prove to achieve that fine balance that every generation deserves! Indulge yourself by purchasing one of the Riverland’s most stunning properties at a desirable country roadside address, absolutely perfect for the entertainer or family. Established on a parcel of almost 7000m2 in a country garden setting, this residence is offering an enviable lifestyle to passersby and its new occupants. There are modern and traditional styles for all rooms. The home recently underwent a total transformation with lifestyle in mind and nothing left to chance, there is no more spending required, just move in. Be prepared to fall in love because it starts from the moment you walk in and begin to witness all the dramatic features on offer

that will take your breath away. Beautiful blends of large sandstone tiles and polished timber floors that are cool underfoot, with high ceilings and large window panes that invite the outside in and allow sunshine to fill most rooms with warmth and charm. Bay windows carry the trends of French doors to most rooms which have wide timber slat venetians on window panes and with mood setting downlights plus extra decorative lighting, it completes total ambience of character and warmth throughout this amazing property. Stunning open plan kitchen with Blackwood timber benches and overhead cabinetry and abundant glistening jet black granite bench tops complete the striking kitchen for the chosen chef. The huge master bedroom is every woman’s dream with large en-suite and bountiful wardrobe space to be home to endless retail therapy sessions.

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Sell, buy or rent..

WAIKERIE 5.00 - 6.00pm

11.15 - 11.45am 12.00 - 12.30pm

BERRI 12.00 - 12.45pm 1.00 - 1.45pm

You’ll find the best Real Estate in the

L every week

Scott Road LJ Hooker 5 Coombe Street LJ Hooker 7 Worman Street LJ Hooker

10.00 - 11.00am 11.00 - 12.00pm 12.30 - 1.30pm 1.15 - 2.15pm 1.30 - 2.30pm 2.30 - 3.30pm

117 Bookpurnong Tce Ray White Loxton 30 Sixth Street Ray White Loxton 1a Stasinowsky Court Ray White Loxton Sec 836 Newton Road Ray White Loxton 12 Stasinowsky Court Ray White Loxton 11 Milich Court Ray White Loxton

MONASH 10.00 - 10.45am

Nixon Road LJ Hooker

9.30 - 10.00am 10.15 - 10.45am

1.00 - 1.30pm 1.00 - 1.45pm

2.15 - 2.45pm

2/1 Thurk Street Ray White Renmark 19 Murtho Street Ray White Renmark 9 Lagoon Court Ray White Renmark

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7 Tenth Street Ray White Renmark 4 Marrara Street Ray White Renmark Tarcoola Street Ray White Renmark 84 Twentieth Street Ray White Renmark 8 Anabranch Place Ray White Renmark Twenty Second Street Ray White Renmark Eighth Street Ray White Renmark 4 Cook Street Ray White Renmark

Sunday, April 19, 2009 LOXTON 10.30 - 11.30am 10.30 - 11.30am 11.45 - 12.45pm 12.00 - 1.00pm 2.45 - 4.00pm

RENMARK 9.30 - 10.00am

12.00 - 12.30pm

2.00 - 2.30pm

LOXTON

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Saturday, April 18, 2009 11.00 - 11.45am

Sec 80 Winkie Road Ray White Berri RLA 195714 Greg Cram 0439 890 882 Price $675,000 Inspect Sunday April 18th 1.00 - 3.00pm

FOR THIS WEEK

11.00 - 11.30am 4 Edwards Crescent Ray White Loxton

WINKIE

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HOME INSPECTIONS Friday, April 17, 2009

Ducted & zoned R/C air-conditioning and natural sunshine filled rooms add warmth to the family home. Splash or play in the therapeutic in-ground swim spa with slate surround and all under a 27x7metre gable roof entertaining area with amazing exposed timber beams which compliment the timber decking that surrounds the platform space. I could wax lyrical about the elegance and luxury of this superb property, it’s a completely transformed and extended home in a highly sought after address – but I won’t! You really need to see it for yourself!

18 McMillian Street Ray White Loxton 13 Tanko Street Ray White Loxton 25 Tanko Street Ray White Loxton 16 Hameister Avenue Ray White Loxton 22 & 23 Schick Street Ray White Loxton

RENMARK 10.00 - 12.00pm

4a Alma Street Ray White Berri

WINKIE 1.00 - 3.00pm

Lot 80 Winkie Road Ray White Berri

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


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â&#x20AC;¢ Charity for all Bingo at the Loxton Club, Bookpurnong Tce Loxton, eyes down at 7:30pm, proceeds to Loxton CWA. Phone Deb Ball on 0428823924

â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Gem and Mineral Club, workshop in Glossop from 3pm - 5pm. For more information and directions phone Dennis on 85823430.

Friday April 17th â&#x20AC;¢ Friends of Child, Youth and Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Health is having an Arty Crafty Morning from 10:30am at the Child Health Clinic, Cornwall Street Berri. Phone 85802526 or 85822338 Saturday April 18th â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Farmers Markets, every Saturday morning, 7:30â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11:30am, Crawford Tce, Berri. Phone the Market Manager on 85824864 â&#x20AC;¢ Riverland Ballroom Dancing Loxton Peace Hall, 7:30pmâ&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30pm. For details phone Ray 85845945 Sunday April 19th

â&#x20AC;¢ Palms Bingo at the Berri Club eyes down at 10:30am proceeds to Queen Elizabeth Research Centre. Phone Pam 85821692 for more information â&#x20AC;¢ Barmera Monash Charity Bingo at the Barmera Monash Football eyes down at 7:30 proceeds to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Phone Pam for more information on 85821692 â&#x20AC;¢ Barmera Library School Holiday fun from 2pm, make your own Supa Spacecraft and Alien Critters. Phone the Library for more information on 85882872

â&#x20AC;¢ Pace Makers Bingo at the Berri Resort Hotel eyes down at 2pm, proceeds to Barmera In-Line Hockey. For more information contact Dianne 85838267

Got an event for our File? Phone 8582 5500 Community events file is for not for profit organisations and events are listed at the discretion of the Riverland Weekly management. We recommend you verify details of events listed with the relevant organisation.

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HIS one is for the whole family with acreage to follow rural pursuits. Situated on four acres of land at Monash, this brick veneer home will attract purchasers seeking out of town living. The kitchen is modern with plenty of cupboard space and adjoins the meals area. There are three bedrooms, main with walk-in robe and a two way bathroom, fitted out with modern fittings.

The living area is open plan incorporating dinette and kitchen and has a wood fire. To keep cool there is ducted evaporative air conditioning throughout. A paved patio at the rear is surrounded by low maintenance gardens. There is a carport and shed which incorporate a study. Located on Nixon Road Monash, this home is priced to sell.

MONASH Nixon Road LJ Hooker RLA 1935 Iris Williams, 8582 2744 Price Offers between $235,000 & $255,000 Inspect Saturday April 18th 10.00 -10.45am

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Sports Goss Riverland girls in the frame for classy calendar

Netballers become glamour girls group. The fundraiser sells for $10 with former Riverland lasses Jade Keightley, Chloe Drogemuller and Bodelle Stanley amongst those that may in fact actually make

it difficult to concentrate on what day it is. Never mind, it is for a worthy cause and it is not too late to grab a copy as the dates run with the netball season and start in March.

Marathon entry call ■ THE Marathon Canoe Club of SA is promoting the Mini-Marathon option of its annual Riverland Paddling Marathon weekend on June 6 to 8, as a way novice paddlers, school groups and the like can become involved along the route, Berri to Loxton to Waikerie to Morgan. The Mini-Marathon was introduced last year as part of the club’s Murray 200/100/Relay Challenge, three events in one, that it has been conducting for over 20 years. The Murray 200 is one of the great marathon paddling events in Australia and this state’s premier marathon event, involving 208 kilometres over three days from Berri to Morgan. Those who enjoy more of a touring challenge would consider the Murray 100, 93 kilometres from Loxton to Morgan. Then there is the Murray Relay Challenge and Mini Marathon where some paddlers cover legs of the 200 course as a member of a team. As I said earlier, this is an ideal event for schools, clubs or community groups that provides both an individual challenge and a sense of team work. The mini marathon may involve some 10 kilometres on a single day or on each day. Also, for those not wanting to paddle, there is a great opportunity for volunteers to help in a number of areas. All events have classes for international, touring and recreational craft and entry is available to men, women, mixed crews, ju-

niors and veterans. For more information, contact club president Brad Butler (8552 2411 or 0408 846 422), race director Martin Finn (8443 7881) or visit www.mcc.canoe.org.au.

Promising netballers ■ THE complete 2009 Murray Region Netball Academy squad was involved in a two day camp at Berri earlier this week. In all, 60 promising young players are members of this year’s academy and recently we published details of the Riverland juniors involved, 14 in under 13, eight in under 15 and seven in under 17. Joining them are Tamara Mark, Emily Hill (River Murray), Chloe O’Leary (Murray Bridge), Mercedes Sumner, Abbie Keough, Brook Hand, Cassie Walter (Mallee) in under 13. Bianca Kahl, Jacinta Dugan, Kirsty Gregory, Marni Hood, Stacey Hein, Bec Longdon (River Murray), Kimberley Maynard, Letisha Heintze, Erica Sporn, Tenille Maynard, Georgia Sanders, Anna Thomas, Prue Webb (Mallee) in under 15 and in under 17, Gabrielle Maczkowiack, Emily Frahn, Nicole Cocks, Emily Edwards, Sharna Hoffmann, Libby Frazer, Georgina Patterson, Mariana Mark (River Murray), and Danielle Dutschke, Loren Dutschke and Leah Carling (Mallee). Further training camps and also a carnival involving some of the other SA Academies will now be held in Murray Bridge.

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Life, Be In It

■ LOCKER UP: Chloe Drogemuller (left) and a team-mate in a locker room for the classy Woods Panthers netball calendar.

■ FOR those amongst us who require a calendar to keep up with what day it is, an excellent publication has just been released by the Woods Panthers Netball Club featuring its playing

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Ring Wendy Gambling to order, or call into Riverland Premier Sports, Berri or Renmark, next week and if Todd and Doc haven`t bought the lot, there should be some spare.

■ ADRIAN Pipe, our local ‘Be Active’ field officer has spoken to me about the support he is giving to the ‘Life Be In It’ program, the Riverland Active Community Team Challenge that starts early next month. I suspect Adrian was aware that I am a member of the very active World Problem Solving (WPS) group at the heated pool in the Renmark Health and Fitness Centre and perhaps thought that we may be interested in taking part. Well I have put the idea to WPS chiefs and they seemed fairly keen, although one aspect of the event’s criteria did concern them. The fact that it was all about improvement over a 16 week period and not straight out physical fitness worried them as they believed our stringent exercise routines had us in such ‘cherry ripe’ condition there was not room for any further improvement so we had no hope

of winning any of the prizes. Some members did feel WPS should enter anyhow, even if only to grab a free t-shirt and goodie bag but the decision has been referred to the Centre’s resident fitness guru Alan Coulter, for him to assess our condition and scope to improve. I feel we may be entered at top level (four kilometre running), if Al is to have a say. Weekly colleague, Les Pearson had a good look at the Challenge a few weeks ago, so all I want to do is commend the event to our communities as an ideal way to get out and about under no pressure and with no need to be as fit and to run as fast as we WPS members. Entry forms are available from local council offices, libraries, information centres, sports stores and the Renmark Health and Fitness centre, or ring Adrian for further details (0401 100 202).

Cycle tour seeks sponsors ■ LAST week we confirmed that the annual Tour of the Riverland cycling classic is on again in 2009 for the 35th year with the Berri Resort Hotel continuing as hosting sponsors of the two day event on May 23 and 24. Since then I have received a note from race co-ordinator Barry

Skinner saying he is always “seeking co-sponsorship to help this prestigious Riverland sporting icon continue to retain its five star status on the growing Australian cycling calendar”. Anyone requiring further information can contact Barry (0412 344 381).

Junior hockey changes ■ THE 2009 Hockey season will get underway on Friday night, May 1; with some changes in the junior grades. Minkies will be played as under nines early on Saturday morning and along with under 11 and a new age group under 14, to follow, will all be mixed grades. Under 18 girls and boys are still in place, so it is the under 13 and under 15 age groups that have been shelved at this stage. Whilst on juniors, the next SA Hockey Development Area of Excellence session will be held at Glassey Park, 9am to noon on Sunday, May 17. SA Game Development Officer Nick Lenoir will be in charge. The session is for players 12 to 17 years old. Enquiries to Tim Schubert (0428 849 140). Also on that same day, and at the same time, the next state junior zone trials will be conducted. Officials are looking for Riverland and Barossa girls and boys, under 15 and under 17 to play in Adelaide over the June long weekend. In the local senior competitions, word around the traps suggests men’s teams at most clubs seem more settled than

■ MISSING: Promising hockey player Karri McMahon (left) has left big shoes to fill in Berri’s A grade women’s hockey side, having decided to play in Adelaide this year. Photo: FILE the women, where a fair amount of rebuilding will be taking place. At Berri, the men under Shaun Kelly have already impressed with a blend of youth and experience playing well in a trial game against Adelaide division one team. On the other hand, the women appear due for major changes, including the loss of Karri McMahon to Adelaide and this may be a challenging season for them. Loxton’s men, under stalwart Karl Hennig, look genuine title chances on

the strength of them making the grand final of a state veteran’s tournament at Berri recently. Amongst the women, playing coach B.J. Hammerstein will not have a lot of senior help but there will be an abundance of promising youngsters joining her in the A grade side. To Renmark’s men and coach Callum Benda has had his squad working on their fitness with Matt Lang and there appears to be a good mix of juniors and seniors there too. The women have lost a number of players as

Martin Tucker works on getting a new look line-up together. Waikerie looks to be the hardest hit with player losses right across the board as a number of families have left the area. There are a huge number of juniors coming through the ranks in both men and women, so their development will add extra interest to what appears a keenly contested 2009. And hockey is in good hands with David Benda recently re-elected as association president.


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The number of dogs nominated for events at the Riverland Greyhound Club last weekend.

CHARLIE

Awards become corroded, friends gather no dust.

I can tell you one thing. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve done this my way. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have anybody to blame for this win but me and I love it. ~ John Daly

email: sportsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

The Beast proves to be a beauty as...

Deniro Bale beats snarl â&#x2013;  WITH the class of the field in Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Riverland Bookmakerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cup and the speed merchants involved at the Barmera greyhounds, it is probably no surprise that with so many hell bent on being the leader around the first bend, there was a huge pile up in a messy dog traffic snarl. As a result, some of the more fancied runners were shuffled back through the pack and 7-1 chance Deniro Bale, trained by Shaun Matcott at Murray Bridge, was first to the line three quarters of a length in front of the favourite, the consistent

Ronellie Rocka, with Hattahpark Bond a head astern third. Renmark trainer Nicole Price got her day off to a good start when Shanghai Sin grabbed the major prize money in the opening event, a maiden. Training doubles went to Matcott who also had Marvin Bale successful at 11-1 in race five and Lewistonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dale Martin with favourite So Saucy in race three and 11-1 outsider Impromptu in the Bookmakerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cup Consolation. Barmera runs again on Saturday, May 9.

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Gallard and Modistach star â&#x2013;  LOCALS Brad Gallard and Scott Modistach with their car number 401, a USA Geiser Bros Trophy Truck, continue to dominate the Extreme 2WD class on the Australian off road scene. With fans still talking about the pairâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brilliant win at Goondawindi in the final round of last seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s championships, to clinch the Australian Exteme 2WD title, the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Big black buggy eaterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; was one of the most popular buggies welcomed to Smithyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Place for the

Hyden 450, the first round of the 2009 championship, in Western Australia over the Easter weekend. Reports suggest that campers and motor homes were jostling for prime viewing spots to get a good look at the colourful SA entry and Messrs Gallard and Modistach and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Beastâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; did not let anybody down. In fact, all of the work off season stripping the buggy to its bare chassis and crack testing all components and increasing the

engineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mid range power paid off handsomely. The only Riverland representative at Hyden, the Trophy Truck won the Extreme 2WD prologue and one lap first section of the event on Saturday and also took out the two lap sections two and three on Sunday. That meant a first placing in their division and 11th place overall in the event, which was won for the second year in a row by Shannon and Ian Rensch, of Victoria, in a pro-buggy.

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SPORTS

32 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday April 16, 2009

Scoreboard email: sportsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

Loxton Pistol Club 2009 Rapid Fire Club Championships Scores: K. Zimmermann 508, A. Lugg 464, A. Reichstein 460, A. Biele 456, G. Freer 376.

Golf Renmark Wednesday stableford M. Daws 42 points, R. Knight 37. Ball winner: C. Berry 37, W. Baum 36, B. Spratling 36, A. Ruston 35, A. Parkyn 35, G. Stimpson 35, P. Hendricks 35.

Ladies par competition Division one: A. Cenko +2,

L. Berry square. Division two: D. Scales -1, J. Gray -3. Leading scorers: P. Dohnt 1, H. Walker -1, A. Pethick -2, C. Thomas -2, B. Howe -2.

G. Staehr 44 points, T. Branford 42. Ball winners: A. Druery 41, L. Mudge 40, P. Frahn 39, K. Barnett 39, P. Kellaway 37, R. Staehr 37.

E. Van Hensbergen 37, J. Rosenberg 36.

Wednesday stableford Saturday par

A. Dand 36 points, J. Nowell 35. Ball Winners: L. Kruger 36 (visitor), A. Kellaway 35, S. Baylis 35.

P. Girdler 36 points, M. Costello 35.

R. Paige +7, C. Donnellan +6. Ball winners: S. Palat +4, T. Murfitt +4, G. Stimpson +3, B. Kruger +2, G. Seddon +1, R. Yates even, C. Berry even, B. Rossborough even.

Berri

Thursday ladies competition B. Baird 72 nett (c/b). Ball winners: L. Kellaway 72, Dianne King 73.

Sunday stableford

Sunday par event K. Magain +7, B. Danvers square.

Monday stableford L. Hampshire 38, J. McKendrick 38, T. Foot 37, K. Magain 37, I. Girdler 37.

Waikerie

Saturday stableford N. Wait 38 points, K. Traeger 37 (c/b). Ball winners: W. Thiele 37, P. Mudge 36, R. Thurmer 36, J. Efthimiou 35, C. Wait 35.

Saturday ladies competition

Barmera Saturday stableford B. Danvers 41 points (c/b), J. McKendrick 41, J. Nitschke 39, S. Farley 39, J. Kniter 37,

Division one: M. Thomas 41. Division two: B. Lane. Voucher winners: P. Charles 39, M. Kay 39, M. McGrath 37, M. Hall 37.

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Triathletes prepare for Loxton ■ From Page 48 The triathlon will have a number of options for all age levels, with a short course starting at 12:30pm consisting of a 250 metre swim, a 13 kilometre cycling leg and a 2.5 kilometre run. The main event will commence at 2:30pm and will include a 750 metre swim, a 25 kilometre cycling leg and a five kilometre run. There will also be a fun run or walk at 1:15pm, with a 2.5 kilometre distance for under 16s and a five kilometre journey for over 16s which has regular refreshment stops. Mr Moore said the final stage of the triathlon is often the hardest test for most athletes. “During the run at the end of the race, people get a bit tired,” he said.

■ READY: Competitors competing in last year's gruelling Loxton Triathlon. Photo: FILE “I guess people are get- vealed there was more than ting out into the open road $30,000 injected into the loand are exposed to the ele- cal economy and Mr Moore said the event continues as a ments a bit more.” While there will be a successful exercise for local strong presence of local tourism. “One of the attractions competitors, Mr Moore said the majority of the field will of the event is it is the only travel up from Adelaide or Saturday afternoon event for the whole summer and Melbourne. During the first year of people can come up just for the triathlon, a survey re- the day,” he said.

Tour needs to bridge the gap By BRAD PERRY A DEFECT in the Berri bridge may cause South Australia’s biggest club cycling event to change its annual route and not pass through Loxton this year. The 35th Annual Tour of the Riverland will be held next month with more than 100 riders expecting to take part. Race co-ordinator Barry Skinner has been in discussions with the Berri Barmera Council to fix a dangerous gap in an expansion joint on the Berri bridge, which is big enough to catch a cyclist’s front tyre. Mr Skinner said the gap is especially dangerous when there are a number of riders in one spot, such as what might occur during the event. “If you ride on it as an individual cyclist (regularly) you know about it (the gap),”

he said. “If you’ve got a big group of cyclists you can’t go around it. “You also have to contend with the traffic.” In the past, rubber melt has been placed over the gap in an attempt to fix the problem. However, the steel rail

We won’t be going that way if it doesn’t get fixed.

fence on the bridge moves slightly during the hot and cold weather, forcing the gap to slightly widen. At last year’s event, the same problem was apparent but the relevant authorities

failed to fix it in the lead up to the race and had to cover the gap with a piece of carpet at the last minute. “We were lucky to get by last year,” Mr Skinner admitted. “Those trucks thunder across it at 80 kilometres per hour and with those wheels it tears it up.” Mr Skinner said he was hoping to have the gap fixed soon but it would be a massive blow to the event if it was not fixed and the riders were unable to take the regular Loxton route. “We won’t be going that way if it doesn’t get fixed,” he said. The Riverland cycling weekend spans over two days on May 23 and 24, with the major race starting at the Berri Resort Hotel then heading on to Loxton, Renmark and Paringa, before finishing in Berri. ■ HOLE: A gap in the Berri bridge may force the annual cycling race onto a different route. Photo: JANE WILSON

Live commentary to feature in round one

■ EFFORT: The Wilksch family (from left) Keenan, Mark and Nathan will all be umpiring this year.

■ From Page 48

Photo: JANE WILSON

Wilksch family take the whistle By LES PEARSON NOT unlike the Trussell family featured in Charlie’s Goss last week, the Wilksch family is also gearing up for the football season ahead in the orange shirts. Central umpire Mark Wilksch and sons Nathan and Keenan will all be doing their bit this season, both on the oval, around the oval and between the goal posts. “They sort of followed me along really,” Mark said. “Anything your kids get involved in you’d like to support them and if they follow your own footsteps a bit, then that’s good. “A few years ago, Nathan filled in boundary umpiring and

sort of took to it like a duck to water.” Nathan has since won two boundary umpiring awards in the past two years. Younger son Keenan has also dabbled in boundary umpiring as well as officiating in under 11 matches. “He’ll have a go at goal umpiring this year as well,” Mark said. This weekend starts some six months of busy weekend schedules for the Wilksch family. “Saturday is a big day in the household, we’re never there,” Mark laughed. “I think it’s hats off to the wife and mother who does all the washing and tidying up after everybody. “She deserves a medal, not so

much us I think.” Nathan said the physical fitness and financial benefits are great motivations to get into umpiring. “Mum kind of pushed me to keep fit so it helps and money is also a good incentive,” he said. Keenan said the social aspect is also a reason to keep donning the orange shirts. “Some of your friends do it and you can umpire with them and at the breaks and before the game it’s good to hang with them and have a chat, stuff like that.” While the generally thankless task is avoided by many, there are indeed some out there that do get something out of it. “I wouldn’t do it if I didn’t enjoy it,” Mark said.

other stages throughout the season. “I might have to “It’s been masget Wendy (Kruger) sive with the NAB in to do my part,” he Cup and organising laughed. that, it feels like we’re “I haven’t had a halfway through the practice yet, so they season already,” Mr might not want me. Beech said. “I think it’s been He is also keepnearly 20 years since ing one eye on the we have been broadleague’s centenary casting games. weekend on May 16, “It helps people where clubs are sort■ Mick Beech who can’t get to the ing out their delegates footy, stay in touch with it and even for the day’s formalities. Round one has Berri fronting up people at the game like to listen to it against last year’s premiers Waikerie to help them pick up player names.” While Mr Beech confesses the at Berri, while Barmera Monash hosts current commentary team will have Loxton North lakeside. Loxton will take on the early to work hard to reach the lofty stanpremiership favourites Renmark at dards of Peter Frankom and Rex FielTigerland, which will also be the ke’s work in the past, he does feel the LifeFM match of the round for round broadcast should be worth a listen. Mr Jackson said the team will also one. Wherever you are in the Riverland, be inviting past stars and current infooty fans can tune in to FM 100.7 jured players into the commentary from 2.30pm for live commentary on box for special comments throughout the game headed by Tim Jackson with the centenary year. As for the season ahead, Mr Beech support from Bruce Gehling. “It should be an absolute beauty,” predicted Renmark to be the early premiership favourites, while also Mr Beech said. Brenton Kay, Craig Griffiths and suggesting an even league in 2009. “I think it will be a really competieven Mr Beech himself are also likely to end up behind the microphone at tive year,” he said.


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RIVERLAND FOOTBALL LEAGUE

MID MURRAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE MATCH OF THE ROUND

MATCH OF THE ROUND

Loxton v Renmark THESE two sides met in round one last year with the Tigers running out the game the fitter side, booting six goals and registering arguably their best win for the year. So much has changed this year for both sides, who will be keen to begin their season with a positive first step. For the Tigers, new coach Steve Smith brings with him a different style as opposed to outgoing player/coach David Byrnes, who heads back to the Sunraysia Football League this season. There is a lot to like about Smith, who brings with him a sense of enthusiasm coupled with experience and a passion for the club. The inclusion of signing Pete Smith from Gepps Cross will greatly increase Loxtonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chances, many reports suggesting this guy has quite a bit of talent and will be great to watch. Typical suspects Rhys Mitchell, Leigh Kruger and Nick Uren will most likely have a large leadership role to play, while Bronte Manuelâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s run

Morgan/Cadell v BSR

through the midfield will be needed. Interest surrounds star utility Raphael Liddle and where he lines up. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s had a good preseason and is one to watch this weekend. Renmarkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s senior list had plenty of depth last year and it just got a whole lot deeper with the inclusion of several former players for the club reuniting ties with the Rovers for the centenary year. While Ryan Bennett will be the big focal point up forward, midfielders Paul and Matt Stelzer will cover for the loss of Ben Wagnitz and should be a handful to contain. Throw Simon Callahan into that mix with ruckman Nathan Farr and things start to really take shape. Watch for former coach Brett Exelby to make a return to the field this year, while new coach Brenton Venables will love the services of Pete Dempsey up forward as a twin-pronged attack with Bennett. The Rovers should go in favourites, although Loxton wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t count themselves out of this one.

IT is hard to choose an outright winner before the season has started but going by pre-season form, this match will be a close affair. The Bulldogs were very strong all over the ground last year but may need to find attacking options after losing gun forward Brett McPherson. In saying that, BSR picked up three talented players from Strathalbyn in the Beaumont brothers, Scott and Grant, and Jason Oliver. Youngster Dale Payne is looking dangerous on the track and defender Brett Gierke was moved forward in a trial game

THE OTHER GAME

Sedan/Cambrai v Robertstown

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Barmera Monash v Loxton North WHILE both clubs appear to have broken even on recruits and losses this season, they still remain an unknown quantity and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fair to say the jury will still be out until at least round six. Mac Grummet takes the Panthers into his second season at the helm and his work with the young squad led them to the finals last year. Heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be without the services of midfielder Matt Barry, who missed the latter part of the 2008 season with a nasty broken leg. William Rowe will also be spending some time with Gaza in the amateur league. The Panthers welcome back the height of Rhett Davis, while Blake Hentschke is also a familiar face returning this year, while utility Adam Zauch has also signed up. Terry Eleftheriadis continues his tenure with the Roos this year, hoping to build on the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s third placing last season. His young squad achieved well in 2008 and will hope to build around a young core unit of Matty Leyson, Jake Smith, Dillon Millard and Murray Middleton. They also welcome back Andrew Nunan from his season-ending injury last year. The Roos also will play a

with great success. Insiders are saying that Morgan/Cadell had an extensive pre-season and are looking dangerous on the training track. New Tigers coach Mark Woods will be looking to get the most out of his players, knowing there are four teams at the club this year. As far as key match ups and players, it is hard to tell this early in the season who will be dominate. At this stage the slate is clean. However, BSR should get up in this one and it will be a tester for Morgan/Cadell and the work they have done on the track.

few recruits this year, including Walkerville B grade midfielder Chadd Hawley, solid Gol Gol inclusion Nick Wade, Gazaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Jack Selfe, Waikerieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Russell Boatswain and forward Brad Wilksch. Boatswain will introduce some aggression around the stoppages, while Wilksch should fill the gaps up forward with Robert Price. Both Tim and Michael Arnold have a big year ahead of them this season, as does Brad Williams and forward Jake Albrecht if the side is going to get off to a solid start. The Roos should win this one by all rights.

Berri v Waikerie WAIKERIE might not need a forward line if Ben Venning continues his torpedo kicking form from the NAB cup game. Jokes aside, the Magpies come into this one with the premiership behind them and most likely brimming with confidence to back up their back to back efforts of 2007 and 2008. With Russell Boatswain heading to Barmera-Monash and Josh Keller back to Border Downs Tintinara, the other Riverland clubs are rather interested in who the Magpies have picked up for 2009. Coach Troy Lehmann welcomes back Steven Ford and Matthew Gibson to his squad, while

Brownlow Medallist Mark Riccuito is not returning this season. Young Craig Miller rucked admirably last year, while Damien Stevens is reported to be looking in great shape. Waikerie is brimming with skill in a versatile squad and are penned in as another premiership contender. How the team set up this season will be interesting. Berri enters the match with enthusiasm after gradually improving following a slow start last year. Whillas Medal winner Dean Storic will again front up in the midfield, although he may expect a bit more attention this year from the opposition. The Demons have had a great start to the year on the track with good numbers in both senior grades fronting up. Depth was a factor last year but with inclusions Clint Ridgway, tough defender Nathan Geyer and key position player Steven Raeder the team is taking shape. Youngsters Dave Hankin, Rory Corell, Michael Voigt and Keiran Stone will also be thrown in the deep end at some stage, with a real focus in getting them used to A grade footy. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a hard one to call with so many unknowns, although many will be expecting the Magpies to claim the first win of the season.

THE visiting Robertstown will be looking to assert its early authority on Sedan/Cambrai and should do so without too much trouble. Peter Burman continues on as coach, after helping Robertstown to a premiership last year. Sedan/Cambrai, under the guidance of coach Dean Adams, began its pre-season before any of the other sides and is fielding some healthy numbers at training.

However, it may struggle to fill the voids left by missing consistent talent Adam Schutz, to Angaston, and Adam Falkenberg. Last year, the two teams had some good clashes, including a preliminary final meeting but this season Robertstown could be a hard force to stop. Robertstown will be looking for consistency this year and it will be a surprise if it misses out on a finals place at the end of the year. As for Sedan/Cambrai, if it can put it all together, the Magpies could be the team to watch in 2009.

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Kluger Altitude offers value TOYOTA has released a special edition Kluger that provides customers with more than $4500 of added features for just $1500. Kluger Altitude is based on the sevenseat KX-R and is available with the choice of two-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. Features beyond the standard KX-R include a tilt and slide moonroof and DVD rear-seat entertainment system with nine-inch screen and wireless headphones. The special edition model also gains 19-inch alloy wheels, black roof rails, front fog lamps, ‘Altitude’ badging and a new exterior colour, luna, matched with a black fabric interior trim. Kluger Altitude models are fitted with a 3.5-litre dual VVT-i V6 petrol engine and five-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission. Other features inherited from seven-seat KX-R include Toyota

driver assist technology - vehicle stability control, traction control, hill-start assist control and, on the all-wheel drive model only, downhill assist control. Kluger Altitude’s comprehensive safety package also features seven airbags, including full-length side curtain shield airbags and driver’s knee airbag. It also has a reversing camera with 3.5-inch display. Standard features also include electric power-assisted steering, MP3 compatible single CD audio (with auxiliary input), audio and multiinformation display controls on the steering wheel, glass hatch in the tailgate, Optitron instruments and manual air-conditioning. Kluger Altitude has three rows of seats. The split fold, second row seat.

Features beyond the standard KX-R include a tilt and slide moonroof.

■ VALUE: The special edition Kluger has more than $4500 of additional features for just $1500.

Brings back the

feeling

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$87 Per Week

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Metallic paint $350 extra

Metallic paint $350 extra

With Peace of Mind Pack

CLEVER ENOUGH TO BE ALMOST ANYTHING. 6.0L/100km fuel efficiency[a], VVT-i engine.

•Free 12 month Toyota Comprehensive Motor Insurance(1) • Free 5 year Roadside Assist(2) • Free Toyota ExtraCare extension of your Factory Warranty to 5 years(3) PACKED WITH A ‘LIL ACTION. Legendary 7.3L/100km fuel efficiency[a], gutsy 1.8L dual VVT-i engine.

greatoffers.toyota.com.au

Offers open to private and ABN buyers on vehicles purchased and delivered between 1/4/09 and 30/4/09. Not available in conjunction with other fleet discounts or offers. Toyota reserves the right to extend any offer [a] Fuel consumption may vary depending on driving conditions / style, vehicle conditions and options / accessories. Source of fuel consumption data; ADR81/02 combined, (L/100km) for manual model. [b] Applies to standard scheduled servicing as per normal operating conditions, outlined in the warranty and service schedule, over the first 3 years or 60,000kms, whichever occurs first (up to 4 standard scheduled services for Camry and Aurion and up to 6 standard scheduled services for all remaining vehicles). Excludes Government and Rental vehicles and certain other exclusions apply. Contact your Toyota Dealer for details of eligibility or visit advantage.toyota.com.au [c] Finance offer of $87 per week is available to approved personal applicants of Toyota Financial Services to finance the purchase of a new Corolla Ascent manual hatch RRP $21,490** with an initial deposit of $3,224, 59 monthly repayments in arrears not exceeding $375.46 with a final payment of $2,794. Offer is based on an APR of 10.50% and includes establishment, security registration and account administration fees. Conditions apply. **Excludes dealer delivery and on-road costs. (d) Finance offer of $65 per week is available to approved personal applicants of Toyota Financial Services to finance the purchase of a new 3 door Yaris YR manual RRP $15,690** with an initial deposit of $1,569, 59 monthly repayments in arrears not exceeding $280.93 with a final payment of $3,100. Offers based on an APR of 10.50% and includes establishment, security registration and account administration fees. Conditions apply. **Excludes dealer delivery and on-road costs. [e] The Comparison Rate of 11.41% is based on a secured 5 year Consumer Fixed Rate Loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Comparison Rate schedule available from participating dealers. [1] Free 12 month Toyota Insurance comprehensive motor vehicle policy will be offered to all eligible Private & ABN Buyers who purchase and take delivery of a new Corolla Ascent Manual Hatch at participating Toyota dealers. Conditions apply. Please refer to the PDS at www.toyotainsurance.com.au before making a decision about this product. Toyota Insurance is a division of Aioi Insurance Co. Ltd; ABN 39 096 302 466 AFSL no. 254489 (‘Aioi’). The Insurer is Aioi. [2] Expires 5 years from vehicle delivery date. [3] Expires 5 years from vehicle delivery date or once your vehicle has travelled 100,000kms whichever occurs first. LVD167420. D7847

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38 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday April 16, 2009

R O S E N T H A L S

NEW & USED CLEARANCE! HOLDENCAPTIVA SX DIESEL COMMODORE INTERNATIONAL ALL NEW ‘09

ALL NEW ‘09

over

$7,500

* Rear Park Assist * Leather appointed seats * 18” alloys from only DRIVEAWAY

4X4 LX COLARADOCAB/CHASSIS

$32,990

MAZDA BT-50 DUALCAB

Amazing Price

*With tray *Air conditioning * Dual airbags * ABS Brakes

Last one in stock!

* Turbo Diesel * Automatic * hard top * Side steps

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XSN-450

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• only 100kms • a/c DRIVEAWAY

• LWB • 8 seater • V6

$28,990

07 VRX PAJERO 07HOLDENVIVA HATCH XSZ-283

Airbag Safety

•1.6 lt • 4 cylinder • a/c DRIVEAWAY

02 VY SS SEDAN

$12,490 V8 POWER

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•Did Turbo Diesel

$44,990

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• a/c • CD • dual airbags

05 VZ COMMODORE

$15,990 Low Kilometres

XBL-846

•2.5lt • 4 cylinder DRIVEAWAY

$29,990

03 SUBARU FORRESTER

WUI- 889 WVJ-573

• 5.7LT • local owner

04 HOLDEN RODEO 4X4

$19,990

• AWD • 1 local owner

05 VZ SV6

$16,990

XGY-095

XBN-223

XIB-483

• 3lt Turbo diesel • 4x4 • bargain

04 MAZDA BRAVO

$16,990

• 3.6lt • automatic •a/c • low km’s

98TOYOTA HILUX

$16,990 Diesel POWER

XBH-827

• 1 local owner • manual • t/diesel

08 MAZDA 2

$23,990

• auto • sports pack

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$19,990

XLB-227

XSN-152

WCN-408

• 4x4 • 2.5lt • a/c • towbar

04 MAZDA 3 MAXX

$19,990 Sports drive!

• 2.7lt Diesel • a/c • alloys

$21,990

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$20,990

• automatic • Only 7,000km’s

05 WL STATESMAN

$18,990 Pure Luxury!

• Low km’s • economical

$8,990

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2003 XC BARINA SRI hatch, 5 spd, a/c, $9,990 p/steer, very sporty XPT-018 08 VE COMMODORE SV6 SEDAN ex-Holden, low km’s, XSI-924 $32,990 03 VY 11 EXECUTIVE, cruies control $10,990 dual air bags, ABS WYH-699 07 VE BERLINA SEDAN, ex-Holden, $29,990 2002 SS COMMODORE VY SEDAN, red only 8000 km’s, Silver, XSZ-625 hot, local owner, auto. WUI-889 $19,990 07 AH ASTRA CD HATCHBACK,1.8L automatic a/c, only 12000 k’s WFX-389 $19,990 2007 HOLDEN VIVA HATCH automatic, a/c, p/steering, white XNR-514 $15,990 2006 MITSUBISHI LANCER SEDAN,auto 1 local owner, immaculate XKO-467 $16,490 06 VE COMMODORE OMEGA SEDAN , Dual fuel, spoiler, low km’s XLG-570 $26,990 06 HOLDEN CREWMAN CROSS 6 AWD canopy, alloys, towbar, S614AAM $27,990 2008 MAZDA 2, 5 door hatch, 1 local owner with books, cruise, as new XSN-162 $18,990 2006 HOLDEN VIVA HATCH 1.8lt, auto, immaculate, only 21,000kms XLB-227 $15,990 2006 MAZDA 3 MAXX SEDAN, 1 local 2005 VZ SV6 SEDAN automatic, a/c, owner, manual, cruise, BB613T $20,990 body kit, alloys, XGY-095 $19,990 05 VZ COMMODORE EXEC SEDAN only 53.000km’s, lovely car XIB-483 $16,990 06 KIA GRAND CARNIVAL, 8 Seater 2005 WL STATESMAN V6 auto, climate, full wagon, V6, a/c, 46000 km’s XSN-450 $28,990 electrics, alloys, leather trim, Oydessey CC637B 2003 KIA RIO HATCH, 1 local owner, 5 spd $27,990 manual, a/c, p/steer WWM-566 WAS $29,990 SAVE $2,000 $9,990 2004 VZ COMMODORE EXEC WAGON $17,990 2002 TOYOTA ECHO HATCH 1 local Dual airbags, cruise, XEC-289 owner, manual, a/c, WVG-366 03 VY COMMODORE EXEC SEDAN $8,990 $11,990 WAS $9,990 SAVE $1,000 3.8lt, V6, automatic, a/c XAW-774 2004 CAMRY ALTESE SEDAN, 1 local 2003 VY COMMODORE S PACK, local $14,990 owner, auto, drives great. WXG-646 $14,990 owner, auto, a/c, gold XCI-003

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2000 MITSUBISHI MAGNA SEDAN V6, auto, a/c, alloys, spoiler WMC-217 $9,990 1999 TOYOTA COROLLA, manual, a/c, p/steer, White in colour. WIH-724 $9,990 1999 FORD LASER SEDAN, a/c, p/steer, $9,990 manual, white. WIH-724 99 VT COMMODORE EXECUTIVE, alloys body kit, only 83000 K’s, WHM-534 $9,990 97 VT COMMODORE EXECUTIVE $9,990 low km’s, alloys, spoiler, WAR-709

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2004 HOLDEN RODEO 4X4 DUAL CAB $23,990 T/diesel, a/c 1 owner XBN-223 2004 MAZDA BRAVO B2500 DUALCAB, Tdiesel, 1 local owner. XBH-827 $19,990 1998 TOYOTA HILUX 4X4 DUAL CAB 3.0lt diesel, manual, a/c, alloys, 1 local owner

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automatic, p/steer, WEV-644 $6,990 1997 MITSUBISHI VERADA SEDAN, automatic, full luxury, VXK-637 $5,990 1997 FORD MONDEO SEDAN, manual, $4,990 a/c. s/n 9387R 1996 DAIHATSU CHARADE CX, a/c, p/steer, very economical. WBZ-391 $4,990 1992 MAZDA 626 SEDAN $6,990 2.5lt V6 automatic VHK-364 1991 MITSUBISI MAGNA WAGON, auto, $2,990 air cond white, gas, VSN-636 1997 DAEWOO LANOS HATCH, 06 HOLDEN RODEO LX DUALCAB manual, a/c , maroon, XGO-393 $2,990 3.0lt turbo diesel a/c, tow bar XIU-772 $17,990 1992 HYUNDAI EXCEL SEDAN, a/c, 2005 HOLDEN CREWMAN CROSS 6 automatic, red. WUU-401 $2,990 DUAL CAB UTE, many extras including 1994 MAGNA SEDAN, auto white canopy, excellent vehicle S614AAM $28,990 TKB-866 $2,490

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Thursday April 16, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 39

Tavern Talk 4x4

Windscreen broken. Cause unknown. Probably voodoo. ~ Insurance claimant

with TONY WHATELEY AND DANNY HANRAHAN

The story behind 4WD tires PERHAPS the most talked about topics around the camp fire are what make of 4x4 is best, closely followed by which brand of tire to shod your 4WD with. Mickey Thompson Tyres have sponsored race meets at the Loveday 4x4 Adventure Park for a number of years. They are the tire of choice for many competitors and this week we briefly look at the history of the company, tires and Mickey Thompson himself. In 1939, at age nine, Mickey witnessed John Cobbs break the land speed record. Mickey vowed that one day he would break that record. He started his career in drag racing and his Christmas tree starting lights and water filled crash barriers are still used today. By 1958 he was ready to become the fastest man on earth. But tire companies were reluctant to build a 400mph tyre. Goodyear did make one but Mickey started his own tire company that has become an industry leader in

racing and off road tires. Two years later, he became the fastest man on earth by traveling at 406.6mph. In 1967, off road racing hit the scene in Baja, Mexico, and Mickey soon switched to this exciting form of motor sport. Together with Gene McMannis, Mickey built leading technology bias belted off road racing tires. These tires paved the way for the off road tires we use today in competition and recreation. At age 53, Mickey won the Baja 1000 setting a new time for the event. During his life, Mickey participated in over 10,000 races, drove over one million race miles and won championships in such diverse categories of auto racing as midgets, sprint cars, off road vehicles, stock cars, drag racing and sports cars. But his contribution to motorsports goes far beyond his car building and driving skills. In 1990, Mickey Thompson was inducted into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame.

Aspect ratio

HOLDEN Berri 8582 3644 Renmark 8586 6626

Load index Speed rating

Passenger car tire

■ GUIDE: The numbers and letters on your tire can tell an important story. Photo: SUPPLIED

By the numbers SO YOU have decided to buy a new set of tires, just what does all that lettering mean? The information on the sidewalls of your existing tires is the first important step in selecting new tires for your car. It looks something like 205/65 R16 95 V:

1

$11,990 2

$25,990

3

$32,990 4

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Radial construction

Width

$20,990

Rosenthals

Rim diameter

Offers end 30/4/2009 or while stocks last. Holden reserves the right to change or extend these offers. Not available in conjunction with any other special pricing or allowance. Private or ABN buyers only. 1. Max. Sale Price for Astra CD hatch manual. 2. Max. Sale Price for Barina 3 door hatch manual. 3. Max. Sale Price for Epica CDX diesel 4. Max. Sale Price for Colorado LX dual cab utility 4x4. Metallic paint extra for all vehicles. *Price do not include $1295 Dealer Delivery, and compulsory Government registration charges, unless stated as driveaway.

■ 205 is the width of the tire. ■ 65 is the aspect ratio. The aspect ratio, or profile, is the height of the tire from the rim to the tread area. It’s shown as a percentage of the tread width. In this case, the ‘height’ of the tire is 65 per cent of the width. ■ R is for radial and tells

us the ‘construction type’ of the tire. It is less important these days as all car tires are radial. Many years ago, we had ‘bias ply’ or ‘cross ply’ constructions as well and they needed to be able to identify the different types of tire since they could not be mixed on the same axle. If there is no ‘R’, the tire is not a radial.

■ 16 is the diameter of the rim that the tire can be fitted to. Internationally, rim sizes are still measured and quoted in inches. ■ 95 is a type of shorthand or scale used to describe the load carrying capacity of each tyre. The higher the number, the more load the tire can carry at a higher pressure. ■ V is the speed symbol indicating the maximum speed the tire is capable of running. In the case of a V rated tire it’s 240kph. While it may seem excessive having such high speed ratings on tyres in Australia, these ratings come almost as a ‘by product’ of more highly developed tires. A higher speed rating generally improves the tire’s ability to withstand heat (eg. driving long distances in hot conditions). A word of advice, make sure you check with your insurance company prior to fitting larger tires to your road vehicle, as in many cases, oversize tyres will void your insurance.


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The relatives and friends of Mr. Frederick Arthur Matulick are respectfully invited to attend his funeral service to be held in the Salvation Army Citadel, Renmark Avenue Renmark on Friday April 17 at 10am. At the conclusion of the service the cortege will proceed to the Renmark Lawn Cemetery for the committal. In lieu of flowers donations to the Renmark Nursing Home in Fredâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory would be appreciated, donations may be made at the service. RIVERLAND FUNERALS Berri 85821333 Renmark 85864422 Accredited Member Australian Funeral Directors Association

Approaching Marriage ROBERTS-BRALEY Ken and Leanne and Martin and Trish are thrilled to announce Michelle and Simon will be married on April 18 2009. We wish them a lifetime of happiness together

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Breakfast 7.45 am, Presentation 8.00 am - 9.30 am Wednesday 29 April 2009 Waikerie Hotel Motel, 2 McCoy Street, Waikerie

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PRCC Administrative Assistant REF: 9103 An exciting opportunity exists to join the Flinders University Rural Clinical School team at Renmark. The successful applicant will provide clerical and administrative support in the Riverland Parallel Rural Community Curriculum program, which coordinates the clinical attachments and learning programs for third year medical students based in the Riverland area. â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

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Community Services CACP COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER Riverland Regional Health Service, Barmera Indicative Total Remuneration: $18.69 - $18.96 p/hr (pro rata) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Multiple positions: Casual â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WHA2 Responsible for the provision of a high standard of Home Support Services, your role will involve providing personal care, cleaning, shopping and meal preparation to residents of the Riverland Region. Previous experience in care of aged or disabled people is essential, as is demonstrated experience relevant to working in a community setting. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll also bring a general understanding of the needs of aged and disabled persons. Job Ref: L2358.

COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER Renmark Paringa District Hospital Indicative Total Remuneration: $18.69 - $18.96 p/hr (pro rata) â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Multiple positions: Casual â&#x20AC;&#x201C; WHA2 Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be accountable, under direction, for the provision of health and respite care, and housekeeping duties in clientsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; homes. With high level communication skills, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll bring demonstrated experience and knowledge in health care and how that relates in the community setting. While not essential, a CertiďŹ cate 3 in Aged care or Home and Community Care CertiďŹ cate would be an advantage.Job Ref: L2355.

Allied Health RURAL COMMUNITY COUNSELLOR Country Health SA, Mid Riverland Indicative Total Remuneration: $67,572 - $75,604 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; ASO5; $69,630 - $77,485 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; PO2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Temp F/T (Up until 30/06/2010) Accountable to the Director of Drought Response, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll facilitate a generic counselling service and provide basic community mental health education to preserve the mental health of people in rural communities who are impacted by drought and low water ďŹ&#x201A;ows. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll have experience in conducting community education for adults and working collaboratively with other human service workers and agencies. Job Ref: 2296C.

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with a big name band, Shorrock has remained in the spotlight over the years through solo albums, stage shows and television appearances. In 1991, he was inducted into the Australian Record Industry Hall of Fame. Shorrock is an Australian music scene survivor and well worth catching at the Renmark Hotel.

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singles. Following brief stints with supergroup Axiom (Little Ray Of Sunshine) and the 12 piece Esperanto Rock Orchestra, Shorrock ended up working as one of Cliff Richardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s backing singers. In 1975, Shorrock returned to Australia where he formed his best known outfit, the Little River Band. LRB became an

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AUSTRALIAN pop icon Glenn Shorrock returns to the Riverland to perform at the Renmark Hotel on April 23. The former Little River Band lead singer has been a feature of the Australian music scene since the 1960s when he formed a vocal quartet called the Checkmates, which then became the Twilights and had several hit

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Thursday 16th

4.30 G.P. 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.00 The War 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Pilot Guides 1.30 Collectors 2.00 Parkinson 3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.10 Grand Designs 7.00 ABC News

7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Catalyst 8.30 Solo 9.30 Q&A 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business 11.30 Spectacle: Elvis Costello With... 12.20 Wildside 1.10 Movie: Curse Of The Cat People 2.25 Movie: The Challenge

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC Asia Pacific News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.35 The Einstein Factor 5.05 The Cook And The Chef 5.35 ABC Fora 6.35 Re-Inventors 7.00 Zoo Days

7.30 Something In The Air 8.00 Spicks And Specks 8.30 Gruen Transfer 9.00 Choose Your Own Adventure 9.30 The Graham Norton Show 10.00 Peep Show 10.30 Little Miss Jocelyn 10.55 Phoenix Nights 11.20 Ideal

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Home And Away 1.30 Home Improvement 2.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H

5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Ghost Whisperer 8.30 Private Practice 10.30 Scrubs 11.20 Beauty And The Geek 12.20 Win News 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today 5.30 Seven Early News

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Biggest Loser 8.00 Bondi Vet 8.30 Law & Order: SVU 9.30 Life On Mars 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Cops 12.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today

4.00 UEFA Champions League Quarter Final: Second Leg: Game One 6.30 UEFA Champions League Quarter Final: Second Leg: Game Two 8.30 World Watch 3.30 Parent Rescue 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 Futbol Mundial

6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.35 Inspector Rex 8.30 Mad Men 9.30 World News 10.00 UEFA Champions League Hour 11.00 Oz 12.00 Movie: One Missed Call (Japan): Kou Shibasaki and Shinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ichi Tsutsumi 1.35 Weatherwatch

Friday 17th

4.30 G.P. 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.00 Eagle Island 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Darling Buds Of May 1.30 Spicks And Specks 2.00 Monarch Of The Glen 3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

Programs 6.00 Message Stick 6.30 Can We Help? 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Stateline 8.00 Collectors 8.30 Midsomer Murders 10.15 The Hollowmen 10.45 Lateline 11.20 triple j tv 11.50 Good Game 12.20 rage

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC Asia Pacific News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 The New Inventors 5.00 7.30 Select 5.30 Catalyst 6.00 Compass 6.35 Re-Inventors 7.00 Zoo Days:

Narrated by Jane Horrocks 7.30 Something In The Air 8.00 Father Ted 8.30 Spectacle: Elvis Costello Withâ&#x20AC;Ś 9.15 A Little Later 9.30 No Heroics 10.00 Soundtrack To My Life 10.25 Nobel Peace Prize Concert 11.20 London Live

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Home And Away 1.30 Home Improvement 2.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H

5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Better Homes And Gardens 8.30 AFL: Brisbane v Collingwood 11.45 Movie: Bubble Boy: Jake Gyllenhaal 1.25 Great Characters Of Queensland 2.35 Auction Squad 3.00 Home Shopping

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Biggest Loser 7.30 The Simpsons 8.30 Medium 9.30 Law & Order 11.20 Ten News 11.50 Sports Tonight 12.20 The Late Show 1.20 Buffy 2.20 Video Hits 2.30 Home Shopping

4.00 UEFA Cup Quarter Final: Second Leg 6.30 World Watch 1.30 Insight 2.30 World Watch 3.15 Spacefiles 3.30 Living Black 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Risking It All 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.30 Inside The

Saudi Kingdom 8.35 Guests Of The Ayatollah 9.30 World News 10.00 Call Girls 10.55 Movie: Faust 5.0 (Spain): Miguel Ă ngel SolĂĄ and Eduard FernĂĄndez 12.30 Movie: Last Chance Saloon (France): Pierre Palmade 2.10 Weatherwatch

Saturday 18th

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5.00 rage 11.00 Executive Stress 11.30 The Cook And The Chef 12.00 Stateline 12.30 Australian Story 1.00 Foreign Correspondent 1.30 Can We Help? 2.00 The SANFL: Central District v South Adelaide 5.00 Bowls: Perth

International 2009 6.00 Totally Frank 6.25 Minuscule 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 New Tricks: A missing security van is found at the bottom of a lake. 8.30 The Bill 10.00 ABC News 10.05 Silent Witness 11.50 rage

7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 3.00 rage 6.05 The New Inventors: Presented by James Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Loghlin 6.35 Robin Hood 7.20 Rex The Runt 7.30 The Einstein Factor: Presented by Peter Berner

8.00 At The Movies: Join Margaret and David as they review the latest in cinema releases. 8.30 Movie: 10 Rillington Place: Judy Geeson and Richard Attenborough 10.15 Movie: The Narrow Margin: Charles McGraw and Marie Windsor

6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.30 Danoz 12.00 Eclipse 1.00 Most Extreme 1.30 V8 Supercars 2009: Hamilton 400: New Zealand 5.30 Fishing Australia 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Thunderbeast 7.30 Movie: Antz: Woody Allen, Dan

Aykroyd and Anne Bancroft 9.05 Movie: Hot Fuzz: Simon Pegg and Martin Freeman 11.20 Ripping Yarns 12.00 Movie: Kissing Jessica Stein: Jennifer Westfeldt 1.50 Kiwifruit 2.20 Auction Squad 3.30 It Is Written 4.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Dateline NBC

6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 Video Hits 12.00 Star Wars: The Clone Wars 12.30 Totally Australia 1.30 AFL: Sydney v Carlton 4.30 Simply Footy 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Sports Tonight 6.00 Futurama 6.30 Before The Game

7.30 AFL: Adelaide v Geelong: AAMI Stadium 11.00 Movie: D-Tox: Sylvester Stallone, Charles S Dutton, Polly Walker and Kris Kristofferson 12.50 Angel 1.40 Video Hits 2.00 Infomercials 4.00 Bayless Conley 4.30 Leading The Way 5.00 Hour Of Power

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 Helvetica 2.00 Dance Theatre Of Harlem 2.55 Rembrandt's J'accuse...! 4.30 Newshour: With Jim Lehrer 5.30 The Colony 6.30 World News 7.30 Mythbusters:

Presented by Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman 8.30 Iron Chef 9.20 Rockwiz 10.10 Movie: The Black Box (France): Marion Cotillard, Jose Garcia, Michel Duchaussoy and Bernard LeCoq 11.45 SOS 12.50 Bro' Town 1.15 Weatherwatch

Sunday 19th

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5.00 rage 6.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 Insiders 10.00 Inside Business 10.30 Offsiders 11.00 Asia Pacific Focus 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 Landline 1.00 Gardening Australia 1.30 Message Stick

2.00 Inca Rebellion 3.00 She Stoops To Conquer 3.30 Gooseberry Fool 4.30 Antarctic Oasis 5.00 Sunday Arts 6.00 At The Movies 6.30 The Einstein Factor 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Story Of India 8.30 Dirt Game 9.30 Compass 10.20 Stardust

7.00 Classic Albums 8.00 Zoo Days 8.55 A Place In Slovakia 9.20 Scrapheap Challenge 11.00 Beautiful Noise 11.55 London Live 12.30 Red Dwarf 1.30 Planet Rock Profiles 1.55 jtv Live 2.50 Johnny Cash:

Behind Prison Walls 3.45 Brian Wilson On Tour 5.00 A Journey Through American Music 6.00 ABC Fora 7.00 Artscape 7.30 Sunday Arts 8.30 Opera Gala With Anthony Warlow 9.50 Whole Heart 10.00 Artists At Work 10.30 Wild At Heart

6.00 Get Ed 6.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 AFL Game Day 11.00 Kochie's Business Builders 11.30 According To Jim 12.00 V8 Supercars 2009: Hamilton 400: New Zealand 3.00 AFL: Richmond

v Melbourne: The MCG 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Sunday Night 7.30 To Be Advised 10.30 Infamous Assassinations 11.00 24 12.00 Movie: Soul Survivors 1.35 Auction Squad 2.30 Home Shopping 3.30 NBC Meet The Press

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 8.00 Meet The Press 8.30 Video Hits 12.00 Oprah's Big Give 1.00 Meerkat Manor 1.30 Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Forget The Lyrics 2.30 Netball: ANZ Championship: Thunderbirds v Vixens

4.30 Everybody Loves Raymond 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Out Of The Blue 6.00 Guerrilla Gardeners 6.30 Biggest Loser 7.30 So You Think You Can Dance Australia 9.00 Rove 10.10 Dexter 11.15 Formula One Grand Prix

5.00 Weatherwatch 6.25 World Watch 10.00 Mythbusters 11.00 Cycling: Track World Championships 12.00 Cycling: Tour Of Flanders 1.00 Speedweek 3.00 Football Asia 3.30 UEFA Champions League Magazine 4.00 Football Feature 5.00 The World Game

6.00 Thalassa 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Dateline 9.30 Movie: Good Night, And Good Luck (The US): George Clooney. Jeff Daniels and David Strathairn 11.10 Movie: Spasm (Thailand) 1.10 Speaking In Tongues 1.40 Weatherwatch

Monday 20th

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4.30 G.P. 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Poirot 1.30 The Cook And The Chef 2.00 Parkinson 3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Landline Extra

6.30 Talking Heads 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Four Corners 9.20 Media Watch 9.35 Spooks 10.30 Lateline 11.05 Lateline Business 11.35 The Somme 12.25 MDA 1.25 Movie: Cornered: Dick Powell

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC Asia Pacific News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Gardening Australia 5.00 Message Stick 5.30 Can We Help? 6.00 Collectors 6.35 Re-Inventors 7.00 Zoo Days:

Narrated by Jane Horrocks 7.30 Something In The Air 8.00 Red Dwarf 8.30 Good Game 9.00 triple j tv 9.30 Code Geass 9.55 Paul Kelly: Live Apples (Part One) 10.55 Fanging It 11.20 Movie: Short And Curly 11.30 Cowboy Bebop

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Movie: Buffalo Dreams: Adrienne Bailon 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News

5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Scrubs 8.30 Desperate Housewives 9.30 Brothers & Sisters 10.30 Boston Legal 11.30 30 Rock

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Biggest Loser 7.30 Celebrity Plastic Surgery 8.30 Good News Week 9.30 NCIS 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Cops 12.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.10 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 Food Loversâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Guide To Australia 1.30 Heat 2.30 Dateline 3.30 Insight 4.30 World Watch 5.00 The Crew 5.30 Corner Gas 6.00 Living Black 6.30 World News

7.30 Top Gear 8.30 Swift And Shift Couriers 9.00 Bogan Pride 9.30 World News 10.00 Shameless 10.55 Skins 11.50 Movie: Killing Cabos (Mexico): Joaquin Cosio, Kristoff Razcinsky and Gustavo Sanchez Parra 1.40 Weatherwatch

Tuesday 21st

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4.30 G.P. 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.00 Never Did Me Any Harm 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 The Einstein Factor 1.00 The New Inventors 1.30 Catalyst 2.00 Parkinson

3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.05 Time Team 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Foreign Correspondent 8.30 Around The World In 80 Gardens 9.30 Lead Balloon 10.05 Artscape 10.35 Lateline 11.10 Lateline Business

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC Asia Pacific News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.35 Little Angels 5.05 Talking Heads 5.35 Sun, Sea & Bargain Spotting 6.35 Re-Inventors 7.00 Zoo Days: Narrated by Jane

Horrocks 7.30 Something In The Air 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Teachers: Marcella and her daughter move in with Simonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father. 9.20 The Bill: Mel Ryder panics when her brother is accused of a nightclub stabbing. 10.50 Fireflies

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Movie: The Muppetsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Wizard Of Oz 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News

5.00 M*A*S*H 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 8.00 Find My Family 8.30 To Be Advised 10.30 Eli Stone 11.30 Carpoolers 12.00 Win News 12.30 That â&#x20AC;&#x2122;70s Show

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Biggest Loser 8.00 Bondi Rescue 8.30 NCIS 9.30 Lie To Me 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Cops 12.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 The Storm Rages Twice 1.50 Butterfly Man 2.00 Don Matteo 3.00 Here Comes The Neighbourhood 3.30 Living Black 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Corner Gas

6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.30 Insight: Presented by Jenny Brockie 8.30 Cutting Edge 9.30 World News 10.00 Hot Docs: The Hugo Chavez Show 11.30 Movie: Four (Russia): Marina Vovchenko and Sergei Shnurov 1.45 Weatherwatch

Wednesday 22nd

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4.30 G.P. 5.30 The Einstein Factor 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.00 Viking Boat Race 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address 1.30 Talking Heads 2.00 Parkinson 3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs

6.00 Travel Oz 6.30 The Cook And The Chef 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 The New Inventors 8.30 Spicks And Specks 9.00 Gruen Transfer 9.30 Choose Your Own Adventure 10.00 At The Movies 10.30 Lateline

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC Asia Pacific News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Travel Oz 4.55 Animal Cops 5.45 Time Team 6.35 Re-Inventors 7.00 Zoo Days: Narrated by Jane Horrocks

7.30 Something In The Air: Sally reels from Wayneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s declaration of love. 8.00 ABC2 Live Presents Firebird And Other Legends 10.30 Expedition Bhutan: An epic journey to the neverbefore-seen regions of the mystical Kingdom of Bhutan in the Himalayas.

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 1.00 Movie: Once Upon A Mattress 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 Seven News 5.00 M*A*S*H

5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Win News 6.30 Seven News 7.00 Today Tonight 7.30 Australia's Got Talent: Presented by Grant Denyer 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 To Be Advised 12.00 Win News 12.30 That â&#x20AC;&#x2122;70s Show 1.00 Home Shopping 4.00 NBC Today

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 Dr Phil 1.00 Oprah 2.00 Ready Steady Cook 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Huey 4.00 Everybody Loves Raymond 4.30 The Bold & The

Beautiful 5.00 Ten News 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 Neighbours 7.00 Biggest Loser 8.00 The Simpsons 8.30 House 9.30 Life 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show 12.00 Cops 12.30 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 Movie: The True Legend Of The Eiffel Tower (France) 2.40 Panorama 3.00 Salam CafĂŠ 3.30 Nerds FC 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Corner Gas 6.00 Global Village

6.30 World News 7.30 Food Safari 8.00 Trawlermen 8.35 Long Way Round 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: Izzat (Norway): Emil Marwa 11.50 Black Soldier Blues 12.50 Movie: The Embalmer (Italy): Ernesto Mahieux 2.30 Weatherwatch


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Local footy kicks off By LES PEARSON AT last, round one of Riverland Football Leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 100th anniversary season is upon us, as a buzz of anticipation grows in each town. Independent players and supporters will have to wait until next week but for the RFL, games kick off this weekend. RFL executive officer Mick Beech said the league has just finished sending out the last of its memos to the clubs, while the clubs themselves look to finalise their clearances before the beginning of round one. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Otherwise, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re all ready to go,â&#x20AC;? Mr Beech said. He said the build up for the leagueâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s centenary season has been huge, panning out for a big year of local footy.

â&#x2013;  FAMILY: Riverland umpire Mark Wilksch (centre) with sons Keenan (left) and Nathan (right) share a unique family bond in the orange shirt. Full story Page 32. Photo: JANE WILSON

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TRIATHLON TIME

LOXTON will be home to elite athletes this weekend as competitors from across the state prepare for the season finale of the 2008/2009 Triathlon SA State Series. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Loxton Hotel Triathlon is the final opportunity for competitors

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BRAD PERRY to accumulate State Series points in an attempt to claim the prestigious state title.

The triathlon will start and finish at the Loxton Aquatic Club boat ramp this Saturday and event organisers are hoping for a big number of entrants for the event, which is in its ninth year. Race director Mark Moore is expecting the event to be a

great finish to the season and said there will be some serious competition. Despite the triathlon coinciding with round one of football around the Riverland, Mr Moore said he hopes there will be a strong number of participants. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Triathletes are no-

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