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Allocation Status quo PAGE 3

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SPORT

Taking on the pros

WETLANDS RETURN PAGE 7

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INSIDE YOUR FREE RIVERLAND WEEKLY THIS WEEK ...

Generous support for victims By LES PEARSON

â–  PROUD MUM: Karina Tschirpig is proud of her children Courtney and Judd for donating some of their toys to children affected by the bushfires in Victoria.

IT’S strange how the worst natural disaster in Australia’s history that has torn lives apart, destroyed communities and decimated homes has rebuilt a nation’s spirit. The economy, drought, even Australia’s poor showing in the cricket of late have all been put aside. We forgot all of our own problems, after all, in comparison to those suffering the effects of the Victorian infernos, we all felt our whims were somewhat insignificant. Locally, our community has fought the hard battle for the last few years, yet thousands across the region dug deeply into their pockets to assist in any way possible. Touching on some examples, 15 members of the Evening Star Quilters bandied together at Paringa on Sunday to do what they do best, make quilts. ■ Continued Pages 4 & 5

SPENDING URGE Photo: JANE WILSON

Schools told to use funding or lose it

By LES PEARSON SCHOOLS in the Riverland and Mallee are in a great position to spend funding from the Federal Government’s financial stimulus package, according to Department of Education and Children’s Services district director Brian Featherston. A meeting called by the State Gov-

ernment on Tuesday drew principals and members of school governing councils from around the state together to hear a message of urgency in spending the money. “With around $1 billion flowing to schools across South Australia, this is the biggest single school infrastructure investment we have seen in decades,� Premier Mike Rann said.

“We must have projects that are quick to start and complete so our schools don’t miss out on a share of the investment.� Mr Featherston agreed with Premier Rann’s sentiments. “This is the greatest investment to education facilities for a lifetime, it’s massive,� he said. ■ Continued Page 3

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

Phone 8582 5500 Fax 8582 5505

Outside the square

This week in the Riverland Riverland Weekly journalist Brad Perry spent part of last Friday evening with AFL legend Kevin Sheedy. He tells the story of a star struck fan meeting a footy icon. - Full report, Page 6

Just the sense of giving and helping others was what we were aiming for.

LOXTON woman Donna Langford recently visited Mexico to help with a charity organisation that supports people with eye issues. – Full report, Page 9

~ Faye North – Page 4

Word of the week

Grape prices are too low and I can’t warrant purchasing any more water.

APPEAL (noun): An earnest or urgent request, entreaty, or supplication. A resort to a higher authority or greater power for a decision.

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There is a high expectation and the bar is set quite high. ~ Luke Saville

February 19 – 0197 - Lucius Septimius Severus’ army beats Clodius Albinus at Lyon. February 20 – 1968 - John Cleese married Connie Booth. February 21 – 1966 - Indonesia’s president Sukarno fires General Nasution. February 22 – 1958 - Australian swimmer Jon Konrads sets six world records in two days. February 23 – 1905 - Rotary Club International formed. February 24 – 1821 - Mexico gains independence from Spain. pogrom

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communities. McLEAN Without someone thinking outside of the square, we might never have had the mechanical harvester or, looking further back in time, the stump jump plough. This week’s news that the water allocations would be staying at 18 per cent is bad news, no doubt. However, over the past 100 years, this region has shown resilience and while times are tough, we will survive and continue to fight on. It could well be something totally different to what we are doing now. Providing our region with the tools to survive and, more importantly, thrive in the future, will defintely come from someone thinking outside of the square.

This week in history

Riverland Weather

~ Peter Harman

FOOTBALL legend Kevin Sheedy was in the Riverland last Friday night and left a mark among those who attended his presentation at the Chaffey Theatre. Having seen ‘Sheeds’ speak live in the past, it was no surprise to hear that he had the audience in raptures. While the evening’s theme was about bringing smiles to the faces of locals, the master coach also brought a number of messages to the table. One that stood out to me was about “looking outside the square�. It is a term thrown about regularly. But how often do we look outside the square to provide a solution to our own problems? It is only by thinking outside the square that we are able to move ahead in life, as individuals or

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Troops to Afghanistan

RENMARK’S Lions Club will host the annual visit to the region by the SA Blind Cricket Club this weekend. The annual match was first held in 1980 and will be played at the Paringa Oval from 10am. Spectators are invited to attend the match, which will be a 40 over a side contest for the Hage Shield.

THE State Government is sitting on a report which recommends building a centrally located sports stadium for up to 100,000 people, adelaidenow reports. The report, commissioned by Sports Minister Michael Wright in 2006, is believed to have gone to the Cabinet without any subsequent action being taken.

A firefighter killed when a tree crushed him near the Victorian town of Marysville was within hours of returning home after battling bushfires for four days, The Age reports. The 58-year-old professional firefighter was due to join 101 of his mates on a bus trip home to Canberra early yesterday morning.

PRESIDENT Barack Obama has authorised the deployment of up to 17,000 extra US troops to Afghanistan, saying they are to “meet urgent security needs�, the BBC reports. This first major troop deployment under Mr Obama comes as his administration reviews US policy in Afghanistan.

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Thursday February 19, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 3

Allocation status quo hurts

By BRAD PERRY

RIVERLAND growers have been dealt another blow this week with the announcement that this year’s water allocations will remain at 18 per cent. River Murray Minister Karlene Maywald said the current 18 percent allocation is substantially less than the 32 per cent allocation of last year. “Dams have dropped a level since last year,� she said. “We are in a worse position than this time last year.� Mrs Maywald said the government is powerless to provide more water to growers as it can only allocate what is allotted to them. “The State Government is buying water for critical needs,� she said. “We are unable to source alternative supplies for them (growers) to purchase.� River Murray levels are so low that Mrs Maywald said growers must manage their carry over water to last across the next two years.

Unfortunately, there is no relief rain,� he said. flows and there will be insufficient in sight for irrigators and the only “They don’t want to spend mil- water in storage to meet conveyance option to increase water allocations lions to buy back water but it might requirements in the next year. is rain and plenty of it. be the only option.� Riverland Cherry grower Joe Local grape grower Peter HarRiverland Winegrape Growers Gropler is frustrated about the curman expressed concerns that many Association executive officer Chris rent water situation and is looking growers would not be able to afford Byrne re-emphasised the point that at ways to keep his cherry crop alive to buy or lease any more water. the current allocation is not enough so it can sprout in the future. “It is not going to be easy,� he water to keep crops alive. “It is pushing the Riverland into said. “Well it is going to become pro- a corner it has never been before,� “I was he said. just looking “It is at my budcrunch time You go and spend $150,000 on water, geting toand we need see how grumpy you feel. day and we every bit of are going to help and we struggle to need it now. get through “I have to June 30 with what we have got. gressively difficult,� he said. been flat out buying water to keep “Grape prices are too low and I “18 per cent is not enough to the crop alive. can’t warrant purchasing or leasing grow a crop with. “I have got to keep trees alive any more water.� “Growers who have purchased for three months and keep the buds Mr Harman said the estima- water have already used it.� alive for next year’s crop.� tions of carry over water were now He said growers will have to Mr Gropler said that the carry crucial, however he was unsure as continue to buy water as there is over water scheme is fine if you can to whether carry over water would “no other way to keep the crops afford it, describing it as a “luxury be available if the drought contin- alive�. item�. ues. While farmers must now pray He was adamant that banks “The government is in a holding for rain, if the drought continues, need to get involved and help growpattern, hoping to hell it is going to the River Murray will hit record low ers get through this tough period.

Featherston: Region’s schools in great position to utilise federal funding

â–  From Page 1

First on the list of priorities for schools to spend on are libraries and resource centres, school halls or gymnasiums and then refurbishments. Schools with under 50 enrolled students are entitled to spend $250,000 while larger schools in the region can be looking at spending $2 million. Mr Featherston said while the immediate funding was not expected, schools in the region are generally pro-active in planning future projects. “This did come out of the blue in some respects,� he said. “Every school is entitled to this money and I think the Riverland school leaders are well positioned. “The principals have been well prepared and diligent in managing both human and static resources.� Those from regional areas tuned into the meeting via a video link, with some 20 school leaders from the region joining in at the DECS office in Berri. Premier Rann has drawn a timeline for schools to make or miss out on the funding completely. “These projects include public and private schools and all must be completed by no later

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than March, 2011,� he said. Mr Featherston remained confident the region’s schools will be making this deadline. “I think it’s down to the preparedness of our leaders,� he said. “We’ve got the match lit and we’re ready to fire.� He said he has already re-



ceived one school’s submission for the funding while many others had advanced plans in place. The plan expects 190 new primary school buildings under construction by the end of June this year, and 500 primary school construction projects to follow. The funding is also a boost to

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“There is no alternative, we must protect our assets and the only way to do that is to borrow more money and go deeper in debt to buy more water,� he said. “You go and spend $150,000 on water, see how grumpy you feel.� Water trades have brought slight relief with the price of water dropping to $285 for a mega litre. Meanwhile, Senator Nick Xenephon has fast tracked $900 million of the $42 billion economic stimulus package for the Murray Darling Basin, which includes $500 million towards water buybacks, $200 million towards storm water harvesting and $200 million for community grants. He was also able to increase the eligible property size for special exit grants from 15 hectares to 40 hectares. River Murray Minister Karlene Maywald said Mr Xenephon’s actions were not an immediate answer to the current water problems but will have a significant effect in the long term.

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LETTERS

4 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday February 19, 2009

Letters

Have your say about the issues that affect you.

email: lettersdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

Pro RAH agrument

Director responds

HAVING read and digested all the arguments, I would like to have my say. Why build a new hospital? Everything required in running a hospital is already there and does not need to be relocated to another site, no doubt at great expense. The sum quoted for building the new hospital doesn’t mention this fact. Okay, so the RAH needs more bathrooms. Convert some space to install them. A great deal of talk is centered around deluxe single rooms which will probably be private ones anyway and as such are available anyway. All the necessary services needed in a hospital are already in place at the RAH. When the cost of building the new hospital is quoted, no mention is made of the cost of transferring these essential services to the new site. There is already a state of the art hospital in Adelaide, with laboratories, teaching facilities research facilities etc. - it is called Flinders. I hope that you find my comments ‘food for thought’.

I REFER to your story Funeral costs to rise due to paperwork wrangle (February 5). The statement that I, Don Sweet, managing director of Riverland Funerals “was not prepared to provide the death certificates to the council prior to a burial� needs to be clarified. The council also needs to sight the name plate fixed to the coffin. To comply with the regulations at the council office would require the hearse with the coffin to park at the council office so that a staff member can complete their obligations. I do not believe it is acceptable for the hearse and coffin to be parked at the council office prior to a funeral service. The current practice is for a staff member of the council to meet at the church, chapel or graveside prior to the funeral service to comply with the regulations by sighting the certificate and name plate. This is working well and takes no more than a couple of minutes. If the council feels they need to charge an additional fee to comply with the regulations it is up to them to set an appropriate fee. The regulations the

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council should comply with regarding the above are Section 50A(1) of the Births Deaths, Marriages Act, and Regulation 14(1) of the Local Government (Cemetery ) Regulations. In a direction from the Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages (dated 30/9/2008), regarding a review of Section 50A(1) of the Births, Deaths, Marriages act, the instructions to funeral directors and cemetery operators were: “The funeral director hands the original of the doctor’s certificate of cause of death to the cemetery operator or cemetery staff representative who marks a register or similar that the certificate was “received� (in effect sighted) (s50A(1)(a)) and then returns the certificate to the funeral director� “The cemetery operator does not retain the doctor’s certificate of cause of death, nor keep a copy of it, and must not disclose any information from the certificate to any third party, except as required by law.� To comply with Regulation 14(1) of the Local Government (Cemetery) Regulations, the council should sight the name plate affixed to the coffin. Don Sweet, Managing Director, Riverland Funerals Pty.

Send your letters to PO Box 1279, Berri, SA, 5343 or email lettersdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

Riverlanders â–  From Page 1

A hard day’s work yielded eight quality quilt tops and backs, which have been worked on throughout the week in support of eight completed quilts that have already been put towards the bushfire appeal. Down the river to Waikerie, the Anglican Community Care group held a sausage sizzle on Saturday outside the Big River Supermarket raising $1460.75 for the appeal. It was a real community effort with donations coming from the Big River Supermarket, CafĂŠ On McCoy and Waikerie Meat and Poultry making the fundraiser possible. Fundraiser volunteer Rebecca Barker said calculations revealed the fundraiser yielded $365 for every hour the group was there. “People were stuffing notes in the tins and we sold all the sausages,â€? she said. “Thank you for the Waikerie community for their support.â€? Lakeside, the Barmera District War Memorial Community Centre put on a sausage sizzle and silent auction, which raised over $3000 on Sunday. Local businesses and residents chimed in big time with valuable donations to the cause for the fundraiser. This went on top of about $2000 that had been collected at the Barmera Visitor Information Centre over the past week, bringing the total funds raised to over $5000. “The day was very successful and showed the calibre of the people in Barmera,â€? organiser Ian Penno said.

â–  MONEY SPINNER: A face made at the Berri Primary School coin drive last week. The generosity flows in the veins of Riverland youngsters too.

It was a success and showed the calibre of the Barmera People.

At Berri Primary School on Friday, students and staff were right into their coin drive. All students and staff were encouraged to bring

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along any spare change to donate. “Just the sense of giving and helping others was what we were aiming for,� staff member Faye North said. The students wrote large words on the pavilion floor saying “hope� and “peace�. “By doing this we wanted to be sending not only money but a little bit of peace and a lot of hope,� Ms North said. “Through the generosity of the Berri community, we were able to raise just under $1000.� One touching email sparked a big reaction from the Tschirpig family. Karina Tschirpig, of Loxton North, jumped into action asking local businesses for donations as well as putting her own contributions forward. “I felt helpless and it was good for my kids to help them understand what those children have lost,� she said. “It made me quite emotional to think that even though local businesses are all struggling, no one hesitated to help out.� Daughter Courtney, aged eight, also chipped in. “It makes me happy to give them something because they have nothing and now they will have something to play with,�

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send some relief Courtney said, while little brother Judd, aged five, sympathised with younger victims over the border. “I think children would be sad and scared and would be missing their bed and clothes,� he said. Meanwhile, ABC Riverland reported on Monday that a total of $13,000 was raised over the weekend by the Riverland’s Metropolitan Fire Service. Firefighters walked the streets and floated through various businesses collecting donations as part of the ‘Shake the Boot’ campaign. Friday and Saturday were spent in Berri, Renmark and Loxton, the MFS reportedly overwhelmed by the generosity of locals. In Renmark, 20 citrus bins were filled with donations of clothing, Manchester and other home items in three, two hour donation sessions run by the Renmark Apex Club. Club president Scott Petersen said they had to close off the drive while Victorian authorities deal with more donations than they can handle at the moment. He said the club was “absolutely satisfied� with the local response, which resulted in a steady stream of donations over the three sessions. Typifying such generous mentality of local businesses, Rosenthal’s and their staff donated $2,000 towards the

Numerous drivers caught RIVERLAND police have been kept busy with a multitude of driving offences in recent days. On Monday, a 38 year old Lyrup man was reported for drink driving after he recorded a breath analysis test of 0.149. A Davoren Park man, 32, was reported by Waikerie police for various offences, including drink driving after he recorded a breath test of 0.124. On Tuesday morning, a 25 year old Redwood Park man was reported at 10.30 at Lowbank for driving while disqualified from holding a driver’s licence.

Cannabis seized EIGHT cannabis plants were seized by police from a Barmera home on Sunday. A 42 year old man was arrested for allegedly cultivating cannabis at his home address. He will appear at the Berri Magistrates Court at a later date. ■ TALENTED: Members from the Evening Star Quilters showing their day’s work for the bushfire appeal. bushfire appeal. They also held a casual day on Friday, while also contributing nationally towards the Holden appeal, which raised over $200,000 from Holden dealers nationally. It is all enough to make you feel a little warm and fuzzy inside, all this good. No one expects these donations to take all of the pain away but it will certainly ease it to a degree. The response of the

Riverland has been mirrored by communities right across the nation. It took an “unAustralian� act to provoke a very Australian response. It’s the sort of stuff that makes you proud to live in a country that rallies together like it has over the past few weeks. By all means, continue to give all you can but at least take some comfort that the relief effort is at last providing some of just that – relief.

Where you can still donate: â–  LOXTON HOTEL: Is an authorised collection point for local donations, as part of an initiative by the Australian Hotels Association. Collection tins are also present throughout the hotel. â–  ANGLICAN COMMUNITY CARE (Waikerie office): People who do not have access to internet, or have a credit card, can place donations at the Waikerie Community Centre, Crush Terrace. â–  RIVERLAND CENTRAL PLAZA: Donations of clothing, Manchester, toys and non perishable food items and toiletries, along with

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stationary (pencils, paper, chalk, sketch pads, textas and novels - children’s books, teenager and adult novels have been collected. However, the organisers of this charity drive are now focusing their attentions on sending material to Queensland flood victims. Goods should be taken to Wendy’s or Harvey World Travel by February 25. Cash or cheque donations can also be placed in the box located at Wendy’s. ■ COFFEE HUT: The Coffee Hut’s, located at 1 Jellett Road, entire day’s takings from today (9am to 4pm) will go towards the appeal. Please make a booking

(8582 3928) to ensure you get a spot. ■ BANK SA: Donations can be made at branches across the Riverland. ■ ARTHUR’S BAZAAR: Proceeds from today’s Arthur’s Bazaar will be donated to the bushfire appeal. Arthur’s Bazaar is located at Martha Street, Loxton, and is open until 12.30 this afternoon. ■ RENMARK CLUB/WESTPAC: A function will be held at the Renmark Club tomorrow night. Raffles and an auction will be held with the businesses contributing $1 for every meal or cocktail sold on the night.

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Vehicle interference A 39 year old Cobdogla man and a 23 year old Berri woman were arrested for interfering with a motor vehicle. It is alleged the offence took place at a Berri shopping centre car park.

Theft of generator

â–  SUPPORT: Hundreds turned out to the Barmera Bushfire Appeal at Lake Bonney on Sunday.

THE theft of a generator from a houseboat at Renmark is being investigated by police. The houseboat was parked at the Renmark foreshore. It is alleged the theft occurred overnight last Saturday.


6 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday February 19, 2009

Riverland Weekly journalist Brad Perry talks one on one with Kevin Sheedy

Conversing with a footy legend

By BRAD PERRY

SO THERE I was, standing in front of the great man, a man who had coached 629 games at Essendon, played 251 games for Richmond and one of the greatest icons of the Australian Football League. Kevin Sheedy was casual but alert as he walked the plank to board a house boat called the Great Escape. I was privileged enough to be invited by the Renmark Rotary Club to spend a few hours with the football great, sharing the experience with only a handful of people. Quietly I sat back as the others introduced themselves to Kevin Sheedy before I got my chance to shake the hand of one of the game’s greatest players. To say I was nervous would probably be a fair statement, especially since I was the only one still dressed in work uniform and armed with a camera like a paparazzi. It didn’t take long before I was chucked into the hot seat, sitting directly across from ‘Sheeds’. “What have you got,� he said, throwing out the challenge to ask him a question. My brain ticked along at a hundred miles an hour because I had not prepared any questions, thinking I probably wouldn’t get the opportunity to do an interview. What questions do you ask a man who has achieved so much and has limitless amounts of knowledge about the game? He looked at me expectantly and I fired off a question about the Riverland and why he chose to

come up for a visit. “I have not been up here for 30 years,� he said. “The last time I was here was for my honeymoon in January 1979.� He continued to say he loved the River Murray and was looking forward to his speech later that night. The rest of my questions seemed to flow quite easily as everyone else on the boat began to ask some knowledgeable questions. There was talk of how his coaching stint at Essendon ended, the great games he had there, his overall thoughts on football and his new role at Richmond. Here I was interviewing a legend and I could only think of football fans who would love to be in my position. At times he answered my questions with a question, “ you coach the team you barrack for for 27 years, would you take that?� It was clearly a rhetorical question but I would be happy just to sit in a coaches box at an AFL game, let alone coach a team for 27 years. As I continued to ask questions, an array of nibbles were put in front of us. Sheedy, sitting back with his feet up, took advantage of the sandwiches while sipping on wine. “At the moment I’m having a damn good time not coaching this year,� he said. “I’ve been around the world.� Another interesting thing for him to add to his resume, I thought, was that he had recently come back from promoting AFL

WITH the 13 diseased, dying or dead eucalypts lining the Sturt Highway at Barmera, thought to be planted in memory of World War I servicemen, outlined to be removed, locals from that generation have been jolted with memories from the past. While the memory is hazy of exactly when they were planted, Barmera resident Max Scholz remembers well the occasions when they were. He estimates the trees were planted about 1940/1941 on Arbor Day. Students from Loveday, Cobdogla and Barmera Primary schools all put in a significant effort to plant the trees. Mr Scholz was attending the Loveday Primary School at the time and while the tree he planted is long gone, he feels

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in places such as Canada, South Africa, Malaysia and America.� Then there was talk of Ben Cousins and Sheeds’ role in bringing the star to Richmond as his new role of Ambassador at the club. “Kicking three goals in the 1973 grand final is the highlight for me,� he said. That was a question I had always wanted to ask him, his football highlight after so many years in the game. While the houseboat cruised through the water outside the Renmark Club, Sheedy marvelled at the great pubs and scenery lining our river banks. That is where the serious formality of the cruise ended and before I knew it, he was up wearing a sailor’s hat and driving the boat with talk of finding South Austra-

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■ THE LEGEND: An animated Kevin Sheedy during his speech, (inset left) ‘Sheeds’ and Riverland Weekly journalist Brad Perry and (right) the super coach takes control of the houseboat. Photos: BRAD PERRY lian football identity Neil Kerley, who lives on the river – but a long way from Renmark. Out came the memorabilia from some on board and Sheedy had no problem in signing everything put in front of him. As he was signing a football, I asked him whether he ever got sick of people picking his football brain. “No, not at all,� he said. “I love the game.� Brilliant, what an answer from a man who has probably had more football questions asked of him than anyone else. As we left the houseboat, he made a comment about how much he was enjoying the river. From there we went to the formalities of the night and arrived at the Chaffey Theatre ready for his talk in front of 500 guests.

On arrival he was swamped by fans asking him to sign things and to take photos with him. During his speech he had the packed theatre laughing hysterically the whole time. This man could be a comedian I thought, as he joked about the numerous challenges he had faced in his life, including the expectations of his mother. “Think outside the square, that is what a coach should do,� he said. Kevin Sheedy, whose lifestyle would at times have been heated in the coach’s box and on the field, was really a great character, knowledgeable and laid back. I now know why he was able to last 35 years in the game and while I am not a Richmond supporter, I have no doubt the Tigers will excel while he is at the club.

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the ones remaining do hold historical significance to the area. That aside, he did not oppose council’s proposal to remove a few of them. “I feel that it’s a necessary evil that has to happen,� Mr Scholz said. “I think people wouldn’t object. “If one of those branches fell and hit a car travelling on the highway, it could cause a death and that’s something I don’t want to see.� Mr Scholz said the trees were planted as a plan to beautify the town’s entrance and he felt that if a certain number of trees were to be taken out, they should be replaced with new ones. “They should plant them half way between where they are now and the boundary fence,� he said.

â–  SADDENED: Max Scholz below one of the memorial trees set for removal. Photo: JANE WILSON


Thursday February 19, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 7

Riverland wetlands to get a long awaited drink By BRAD PERRY WAIKERIE’S Hart Lagoon is one of 21 sites identified by the South Australian MurrayDarling Natural Resources Management Board to be rewet as it has reached a critical stage of poor health. The wetland, which is located north-west of Waikerie, is connected to the River Murray via two main inlet channels. Hart Lagoon is symptomatic of other lagoons in the region, which also need to be rewet immediately to avoid long term problems. The other wetlands in the region which have been targeted for rewetting include Spectacle Lakes, Causeway Lagoon, Winding Creek, Ngakindau, Muscle Lagoon, Schiller’s Lagoon, Lender Park Lagoon, Lake Merretti, Pelby Creek and Bunyip Hole. River Murray Environmental Manager Judy Goode said having a high conservation value means Hart La-

goon will be rewet by March so there is no long-term ecological damage to the site. While the site has functioned as a permanent wetland for more than 70 years, water was drained from the lagoon in 2006 in an attempt to conserve water. Ms Goode said there would be support by the public to get the wetland back to its natural state. “It has been closed for over two years,” she said. “The decision (to drain the lagoon) was made by the government to ensure we had water for other things. “This means there is stress on the site and it is suffering.” A number of threats have been identified that may cause long lasting effects if the lagoons are not rewet in the near future. According to experts, salinisation could potentially be a critical condition and acidification is something that has been a problem for the lagoon in the past.

“It (acidification) could certainly cause problems if it is left dry for much longer,” Ms Goode said. “The mature trees that have been there for a very long time are looking very dry. “Once the site has been rewatered it may be visited by fauna that haven’t been able to use the site. “Frogs and bird species will benefit. “It will improve the ecological health.” Hart Lagoon will open its regulatory structure and will be connected back to the River Murray for an inflow of water by March. “We will put water back in to the site and it will mitigate the acidification threat,” Ms Goode said. According to Ms Goode, rewatering the site will also add an aesthetically pleasing look back to the lagoon, which is situated between the Waikerie Caravan Park and houseboat mooring area. Ms Goode said it will take

about 140 megalitres to refill the lagoon to pool level and will have many benefits for the community. “It will put a layer of fresh water to sit over the salty ground water,” she said. To maximise the water, the rewetting will not take place until March so the water doesn’t dry up. “We had to avoid high evaporation months such as February and the hot spell in January,” Ms Goode said. The watering program is needed to keep the lagoons vegetation alive until the inflow of water improves. Monday’s meeting at Waikerie saw the rewatering issue discussed among locals and Ms Goode said there is strong support to go ahead. “Members of the public involved in wetland management were extremely supportive of the rewetting,” she said. A meeting was also held in Berri on Tuesday night to discuss the wetland rewetting program.

■ DRY CONDITIONS: Wetlands around the Riverland are to get a drink as part of a rewetting program announced by the State Government. Photo: LES PEARSON

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Loxton woman DONNA LANGFORD spent part of December working in Mexico providing glasses to 18,000 people as part of a program sponsored by Onesight. This is her experience... IN DECEMBER, I had the amazing experience to be among the first group from Australia and New Zealand to be part of a Onesight mission to Mexico. Our fellow mission members were an amazing group of people. We had general managers from insurance companies and lens manufacturers, as well as fellow dispensers from all parts of the USA and Canada. It is hard to imagine how 33 people from different countries, backgrounds and skill levels could all work together but it is because we all had the one reason for being there; to help other people and make a difference in their lives. What also stood out in my mind was the manner in which we were welcomed into the country and the way the locals, both young and old, who acted as our translators, quickly became part of our team and part of our lives. School children would spend the morning helping us then go off to school in the afternoon. They quickly learnt how to dispense bifocals and multifocals, meaning that we had 10 people dispensing instead of three; this then reduced the waiting time for the locals who had been standing in lines all day. There were so many people

■ EXPERIENCE: Donna Langford, right, with some of the locals she helped during her visit to Mexico. girls was 10 and we did not have who touched our hearts. There were the native Indi- prescriptions to fully suit their ans who came in wearing no needs. As part of the adopt sysshoes who were overcome with tem we were able to give them awe and appreciation when Dr something to wear until the corRose, one of the US optome- rect prescription could be posttrists hugged them, as she broke ed back to them. The woman’s down in tears at the thought of remaining children all had suithelping people of her own In- able glasses provided to them. dian heritage. This is unheard of for them as they are classed as Just what is Onesight outcasts in their society. ONESIGHT Foundation proA family of five (a mother vides access to free eye care and her four children) came to through scheduled clinics visit us. and eye screening at various The youngest child was five events. and was wearing a very bright The Foundation has been t-shirt. Upon further testing it supporting free eye care in was discovered that the mothAustralia for the past six er’s prescription was -25DS and years and internationally she had no glasses, so the bright 20 years. t-shirt was her way of knowing Over six million peowhere he was. ple globally have benefited The eyesight of her teenaged from the program, including

Another man helped by the adopt system was an albino man with the worst case of light sensitivity the optometrist had seen. His situation was further complicated by his high prescription but we were able to order some RX sunglasses for him, which would be posted out later. It was a very proud moment for us to be part of this program and witness firsthand the partnership between Onesight, the local Lions clubs and the Mexican Government as they announced the people referred for cataract surgery would receive it and not be placed on a non-existent waiting list as had happened in the past. It truly was an amazing experience to help so many people.

and what do they do? 155,000 Australians. During OneSight Week, this week, Laubman & Pank is collecting unwanted glasses and cash donations to help those in need. This February, with the help of Berri residents and other communities around Australia, the foundation aims to collect 100,000 pairs of glasses to be used on overseas missions.

â–  MYSTERY: The Riverland Weekly is seeking information regarding the rightful owner of this antique trophy. Photos: JANE WILSON

Mystery trophy back in region By LES PEARSON AN ODDLY shaped 80 year old trophy has emerged and the Riverland Weekly is seeking the owner, or relatives of the owner, to tell us its history. The silver trophy emerged in a Whyalla op-shop, spotted by a relative of a Riverland resident, who has brought it back to the region. The inscription on the trophy reads: “Berri Rifle Club presented by LWA Peacock Esq. Won by CK Brand three times 1929�. Anyone with any information regarding the trophy, please call the Riverland Weekly office on 8582 5500.

Hydro pool support growing

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WAIKERIE residents have rallied behind the proposal to build a hydrotherapy pool in the Riverland’s west, with most recognising the benefits for the region. The heated pool proposal needs public support and surveys have been distributed throughout the region so the public can have its say on the matter. Local cafe manager Chris Bee said “anything to improve the facilities in Waikerie will be good� and it will be good for the “older people who need rehabilitation�. Business owner Marie Bruno said she had already filled out the survey with many positive comments. “It is an excellent idea and we definitely need it,� she said. “Anything to help Waikerie I will support.� Shoe store owner Judy Strauss said the heated pool will have many benefits for the community during winter time. “There is a fair area for it to cover and it would be used in winter time to,� she said. Completed surveys are to be returned to the Waikerie Council Office, Karringal Office, or the Waikerie Medical Centre by tomorrow.

â–  IN SUPPORT: Local shop owner Andy Fulwood fills out a survey. Photo: BRAD PERRY

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8 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday February 19, 2009

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Email your community news snippets to: newsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au young people involved. Kieran Langford won the heat in a close contest from Desiree Davis (who won the public speaking part of the night) and Hamish Moore. All three teenagers were outstanding representatives of their community and performed well in front of an appreciative crowd. Kieran will now go on to the regional section of the competition. â–  BIRTHDAY BOY: Shane Healy.

Healy hits 40

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LYRUP’S favourite son Shane Healy, pictured with grandson Aston, recently celebrated his 40th birthday with a big party. Healy’s well known for his exploits on the footy field for the Lions, as well as the Riverland Superdogs but is also a wonderful family man. So it’s no wonder a whole group of family and friends were on hand for the big occasion. Happy birthday Shane.

IT’S that time of year again when Riverlanders of all persuasions will be looking to see which bit of hair they can shave or colour to raise funds for the Leukaemia Foundation. Elyssa McCreanor is the first person taking part to contact the Riverland Weekly. If you’d like to sponsor Elyssa’s cause, check out her profile page on the Leukaemia Foundation’s website: http://my.imisfriendraising. com.au/personalPage. aspx?SID=49330

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I ATTENDED the Loxton heats of the Lions Youth of the Year contest on Tuesday and witnessed an excellent representation from the three

HAS a local police officer helped you out, or given you a hand when you needed it most? If so, it’s time to nomi-

â–  ACTIVITIES: New playgroup co-ordinator Terri Harris (centre) is encouraging Barmera youngsters to come and join the fun. Photo: JANE WILSON

New playgroup service in Barmera EARLY Childhood programs in the Barmera region have been boosted with the introduction of the Barmera Playgroup. Local parent Terri Harris has started the playgroup, which runs between 9am and 11am on Fridays at the St Jospeph’s Primary School grounds. Mrs Harris has a diploma in children’s services nate them for the Police Officer of the Year Award. The award highlights exceptional service by an individual or group and aims to inspire and promote positive policing values, pride and

and two years’ experience in family day care and encouraged other parents to get their child involved with playgroup. She said it’s a great way for kids to have some hands-on, messy fun they can’t have at home while also taking part in educational activites and developing the basic social skills before school begins. confidence within SAPOL and the community. If an officer has made your day, send a nomination to The Police Officer of the Year, c/o Rotary Club of Unley, PO Box 18, Unley, SA, 5061.

The Pink Bloke’s Opinion By STEVEN LYNCH THE new proposed rules for houseboats are a load of rubbish. Areas along the river dedicated for houseboat mooring. If you clear the smoke screen from that you will see they mean ‘marinas’ and that is just a money making scheme for the boys. Very few, if any of you, can afford to put in a ‘dedicated mooring area’ so that will mean developers will come in and build them, more money leaving the area. And the reason for the ‘dedicated mooring areas’? “The houseboats cause so much damage� – rubbish. You work it out yourselves; a houseboat only travels any stretch of water twice, once upstream and once downstream, they are too big to manoeuvre but speedboats and ski boats and fishing boats travel the same stretch many times a day, plus the wake from a houseboat is mild compared to a speedboat, trust me, I have cursed many speedboats while trying to fish in a dinghy. “They are responsible for rubbish and garbage left on the riverbank� rubbish. Many years ago, I managed two houseboats and

we, like all hirers, made it very plain to all customers that all refuse had to be brought back and all fires had to be extinguished. Any complaints about their behaviour could result in no future bookings, we never had a complaint about our boats. It is unusual for me to speak out against Karlene Maywald but in this issue she has been given bad advice, or advice with a hidden agenda, or worse, advice from some fanatical ‘greenie’ with an axe to grind. No one who hires a houseboat is stupid enough to do anything that will endanger their future enjoyment of the river. For that matter, most people are very passionate about the river even though they don’t live here. Most hirers enjoy the fact they can pull up at a pleasant spot for overnight or a couple of days and most like to come back to that spot next time, so why would they damage it? This proposal will kill the houseboat industry and do irreparable damage to the tourist industry. Stop it now, put this rubbish in the bin where it belongs.

■ FASCINATING: Rain Moth Gallery committee member Ken Morley with one of the stunning photos on display at the gallery’s latest exhibition. Photo: BRAD PERRY

Residents tell their stories By BRAD PERRY

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community and beyond, that RM Williams magazine Outback has done a six page spread this month. From fruit lover John Gregory, who spent 29 years in the fruit packing industry, to comedian Evan Kleeman, who has taken his act all over Australia, photographer Italo Vardaro has captured some stunning images. Committee member Ken Morley said the exhibition has been a great success and the older residents of Waikerie have some fascinating stories. “We wanted to put together a history of the place and it was just one of these things that just evolved,� he said. “We formed a committee of writers and the only problem we had

was who to put in it. “Italo tried to photograph them in the sphere of what they did.� The residents in the photographs have also enjoyed their stories being told, bringing their families along to see the exhibition. “They have had their grand kids saying to them that they didn’t know their pop did that,� Mr Morley said. He said there are some great photos but his favourite is builder Noel Black, the man who has constructed the Waikerie Catholic Church and Ramco school pool. “He is such a fascinating character who has done most of the building around the place with just a hammer and a chisel,� he said.


10 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday February 19, 2009 ADVERTISING FEATURE

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■ WORKING TOGETHER: Team work is an essential part of any Loxton High School Continental, with students working together to ensure the night goes well. THE Loxton High School Continental is set to be an evening of wining, dining and fun for all the family at this year’s major annual fundraiser. The school community will host the night, which will include an array of tasty foods, great entertainment, a silent auction and raffle. The night kicks off from 5:30pm this Friday at the Loxton High School oval on Bookpurnong Road. Students, teachers and their

families from Loxton High will be involved in modelling in the fashion parade, hosting sideshow alley, helping on the kid’s rides and making and serving food. Loxton High School fundraising committee member Karen Milich said that it is an event the Riverland community gets behind every year. “We are hopeful of getting more than 2000 people there this year,� she said. “It’s well supported by the

community and it will be such a great night.� The event has been a major success over the last few years and gives the community a chance to get out and have a relaxing night. “The best part of the evening is just sitting and relaxing while having a drink,� Mrs Milich said. “The kids can go over to the many rides and attractions and be well supervised. “It’s a real family event for everyone to enjoy.�

Popular local band the Door Snakes, will provide the live entertainment along with the Riverland Schools’ band. Former school deputy-principal Aub Mattner will again be the entertaining MC for the night. The endless food list will tantalise the taste buds with a mouth watering selection of hot foods including stir fry, chinese, roast, steak sandwiches, chicken burgers, kebabs, nachos, hot dogs, yiros, pizza and donuts.

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families and friends that attend. After eating a scrumptious meal and sipping on some local wines, the Loxton High School Continental also offers a selection of desserts including biscuits, slices, cakes and pavlovas. For those who are constantly busy during the week, the night offers a relaxing opener to the weekend with everything taken care of all in the one place. You are not required to bring anything but yourself and some money to generously support the Loxton High School. The set up at the Loxton High School oval will see the entertainment area surrounded by stalls and rides, with the centrally placed tables and chairs in front of the entertainment stage. “It is really convenient for the family with everything in the one area,� Mrs Milich said. She said the atmosphere is the best part of the event and the whole of the Riverland will hopefully support it. “Everyone can come and attend with a reasonably cheap meal and just chat with friends,� she said. “It is such a big school event and we hope that everyone can come and support the efforts of the students, teachers and their families.�

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Thursday February 19, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 13

Sports Goss

with GRAHAM CHARLTON The Riverland’s most authoritative sports commentator ... email: sportsdesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

Junior soccer continues to expand in numbers, including on the female front

Youngsters in good shape ■ UNCERTAIN: Senior soccer teams in the Riverland may be reduced to three, while the juniors (inset) are booming with a junior girls competition mooted to begin this year.

Sunline welcomes newcomers

■ AT THE Riverland Soccer Association’s family day to wind up the 2008 junior competition association president Steve Poutakidis handed out nearly 500 commemorative caps to youngsters who had participated during the season. So junior soccer is in great shape locally with Steve predicting bigger and better things in 2009. Girls’ competitions are to be introduced and youngsters will get more opportunity to have more of the ball and hone their

Seniors may struggle skills with the arrival of the small sided game. Already a girls’ clinic is planned for Sunday, at 11.30am, at the Renmark number three oval. Poutakidis is hoping these coaches are available for frequent visits during the year. He will welcome any enquiry on the clinic, telephone 0418 953 205. Unfortunately, the healthy junior situation

is not shared at the senior level. Apparently there is some concern about Loxton’s plans for the senior grades, while Waikerie’s welcome addition of teams is imminent but whether this is only at junior level is unanswered. None of this is official but there are a lot of theories for our seniors doing the rounds as we stare at possibly only Ren-

mark Olympic, Berri River Rangers and Barmera remaining from last season. Two teams from the powerful Olympic club, an extension on competition with Sunraysia, even a team in an Adelaide competition from this area - I have heard them all. Digressing, I attended the association’s 2008 annual presentation dinner and left with one definite

opinion. There is a group of very talented players in this region that are as passionate about their sport, as any others are about theirs. And why not with the profile that soccer has attracted at state and national level in recent years? Riverland’s senior soccer may be giving officials some concerns but there are over 500 reasons its future must be kept high on our list of priorities locally.

Van Der Wyst whistles into final 64 ■ OUTSTANDING Renmark RSL lawn bowler John Van der Wyst made his way to the last 64 in the Australian Men’s Open Singles Championship when knock out rounds were held in Shepparton last weekend. After qualifying in SA for the final 128, Van der Wyst won his first match but was eliminated in the second by World ranked Englishman David Holt in a tough contest. Nevertheless it was a remarkable effort from a man

who plays week to week on totally different surfaces and he is understandably pleased at going so far in a tough tournament. Of course the key Renmark RSL skipper was absent when his club pulled off a major upset against Loxton on Saturday in First Division pennants, keeping their ever so slim chances of making the finals alive. Key to the upset result was Ray Sutton who had quite a weekend. Playing against Peter Kim-

ber’s rink, Sutton produced arguably the shot of the year with the last bowl of the day to engineer a nine shot turn around and give RSL victory by six shots. Continuing to play ‘Houdini’, Sutton was at it again on Sunday when the local champion of champion singles were conducted at his home club. Ray met Lyrup’s David Bollenhagen in the final after moving past Trevor Schulz (Loxton) and Barry Harden (Waikerie)

and after trailing 19/9 staged a remarkable come back to win 21/19. He will now go on to play the winners from Broken Hill, Barossa and Mid Murray to find a representative from the zone to compete in Adelaide in the state event. Mid Murray clubs are still playing their championship events with the association champion of champions singles scheduled for Sunday, March 8, at Swan Reach.

■ EXCITING newcomers to the national speedway classes, national open sportsman’s, will make their debut at Waikerie’s Sunline track on Saturday. Run in Victoria for a number of years, NOS will be involved in a round of the SA series after the inaugural Australian title was held in Warrnambool last weekend. Two names to watch are Cory Hodgson and Todd Wigzell who have previously been associated with V8s. Also at Sunline, V6 sprints return after a lengthy absence for a round of the SA challenge series with State champion Nick Hall likely to get plenty of opposition from the likes of Darryl and Graham Knuckey, former local Lee Payne and Victorian Scott Bobstchinski. Local Luke Farrent and Mildura’s Harold Brennan clash in dirt modifieds, while other Riverland drivers Jason Gantz, Barry Schmidt and Matt Starkey meet in street stocks. The program should be an absolute ripper with big fields through the classes. Juniors are no exception in the popular SA summer series, with Joel Chadwick, Danny Prade, Russell Worthley and Whyalla drivers Michael Brown and Angelo Karousis all involved. Gates open at 4pm, racing starts at 6pm. Family admission is $35 and adults $16 for the fully catered event.

Superb effort ■ THE GREAT work by Renmark’s Leanne Vanderhoek and Berri’s Cherie Walkington with the local intellectually disabled has been recognised with both given coaching roles with the SA team for the 10 day National Special Olympics later in 2009. Leanne has been named head coach of the swimming team and Cherie assistant coach for the tennis. Both will be traveling to Adelaide for coaching sessions, with a number of Riverland athletes expected to be taking part in various sports.

Pipe’s active dream ■ I HAD a lengthy catch up with new ‘Be Active’ field officer Adrian Pipe recently and gathered that there will be a shift to getting Riverlanders generally more physically active with broader physical activity across the region rather than perhaps concentrating on club development and the like. A Community Team Challenge is on the agenda and should create a lot of interest.


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14 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday February 19, 2009

More Goss with GRAHAM CHARLTON

Locals perform with willow at Imparja Cap

■ SA Riverland representatives Ken Karpany and Dale Abdulla certainly left their mark on the 2009 indigenous Imparja Cricket Cup that concluded in Alice Springs last weekend. In the SA Southern Boomerangs’ final game against ACT Karpany blasted 94 not out from 45 balls, including seven fours and nine sixes, and Abdulla 57 in 36 balls, with three fours and five sixes. SA 247 defeated ACT 105, giving it a fourth win in seven games, four Twenty20 and three of 40 overs. The two local players both had impressive carnivals. Karpany’s performances also including a 2/10 with the ball and scores of 22 not out and 38. Batting in the upper order, Abdulla was a model of consistency with other

scores of 3 not out, 33, 19, 22 and 11. With champions like Matthew Hayden anxious to see indigenous players venture into the upper levels of Australian cricket, they would have been encouraged by the display of 18 year old Queenslander Preston White in the final against Tasmania. Batting at three he made 101 from 110 balls, including five fours and six sixes. The Indigenous Development Squad will gather at the Australian Centre of Excellence before departing for a tour of the United Kingdom in June. The 14 players, including eight teenagers, will be captained by SA Redbacks allrounder, Daniel Christian, 25, a former Imparja Cup player. Another player to watch appears to be ‘Player of the

Carnival’, Cameron Trask, 19, also a Queenslander who made some half centuries and had a 5/9 highlight with the ball as his state won its second title in a row and fifth in six years since the Imparja event became official in 2004. Noticeable was the bowling of experienced team leader Pete Thomas with his returns including a 5/23 and 6/8 amongst 18 wickets overall. The first Imparja Cup game was played in ‘The Alice’ on Australia Day in 1994 and involved solely teams from the Territory, with the first interstate side arriving from Tasmania in 2004. It has grown from then and as I said became official in 2004. A big call I know, but paste him in the hat – Preston White.

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Over 20 years service earns award

■ CAPTION: Gordon Hancock is congratulated by Deb Christie, former chairperson of the now defunct Eastern Districts Ladies Golf Association, on his life membership.

Hancock honoured with Lameroo life membership ■ LAMEROO Golf Club’s Gordon Hancock was awarded life membership of the Murray Lands Golf Association on January 29 for valuable and outstanding service over a long period. Hancock attended his first official association delegates meeting on October 20, 1986, and at the following annual general meeting on January 8,

1987, was made a member of the executive committee. He held that position until 1997 when he was elected president and he still retains that office today. Minute records show that Gordon has not missed a single AGM, delegates or specially convened meetings since that first attendance in 1986.

For more than 10 years he has been an association delegate at Country Golf Week meetings. An award well and truly deserved but apart from the enormous contribution he has made to his sport, Gordon will be remembered by those that have attended those countless meetings with him for his “character and down to earth nature”.

Further Murray Districts talk

1 February and 28 February 2009.

■ UNFORTUNATELY space constraints reduced my article in last Thursday’s publication concerning the situation with the Murray Districts Barrier Cricket zone. My comments related mainly to conversations I have had with MDB organiser Neil Weinert since his side finished eighth out of eight in this year’s SACA Country Carnival in Adelaide. And as the portions of the article that were published said, ‘Weino’ and I agree there is much work to be done to get the zone’s performances on the up. However, Neil did have some positives to report on the 2008/09 carnival effort and I understand he and a group of his assistants intend to meet soon to con-

sider a number of proposals that have been put forward as we seek further improvement. This year’s Adelaide carnival was ravaged by the heat wave with Twenty20 matches being introduced on some days, so it was hardly an opportune occasion for a new look squad to adjust to the standard. However, although they won only a single game MDB went very close to success in others, including in the last outing when they had their chances against competition leader Fleurieu Red. And through the testing weather and pressure from opponents, they still managed to take out their second ‘Spirit of Cricket’ award (based on umpires’ votes)

since it was introduced five years ago. An ideal balance of ‘youth and experience’ is probably the requirement for a trip to the country carnival, so Neil feels perhaps the foundations were put in place this year. Juniors and newcomers like Danial Shawyer, Tim Bevan, Tobias Hack, Tim Arnold, Craig Fisher, Josh Deren and Jesse Vaas all came under notice, while if seasoned campaigners, including Jake Albrecht, who had his best carnival so far, skipper Drew Crane and talented Broken Hill wicketkeeper Codie Howard can continue to be available and perhaps pick up two or three mates, some of those ‘near misses’ may be converted to victories.


Thursday February 19, 2009 – Riverland Weekly • 15

SPORT

Sports

Rod-dick...I had years of psychological issues with that. ~ Andy Roddick

■ NEAR MISS: Ivo Klec of the Slovak Republic is just out of reach of a ball in his straight sets win over Australian James Lemke. Photo: JANE WILSON

■ DOUBLE TROUBLE: Luke Saville calls out his New Zealand partner Daniel King-Turner. Photo: JANE WILSON

■ EYE ON THE BALL: Haydn Lewis of Barbados shows off his ball skills. Photo: JANE WILSON

■ IN THE ACTION: Riverland hopeful Luke Saville stretches for a backhand shot. Photo: JANE WILSON

Saville facing the big tests

■ From Page 44

“It is really exciting and it is a great opportunity to play in front of my hometown,” he said. “The courts are playing great, it is very good, a great complex. “It will be pretty fun.” In the lead up to the tournament, Saville had a solid run through the Summer Circuit in January and the Junior Australian Open. “It was a great experience to play on the same stage as the likes of (Roger) Federer and (Rafael) Nadal,” he said. Saville has also travelled around the world to experience tennis overseas and playing on clay courts. Saville hopes his hard training efforts and his experiences overseas will help him to make a quick transition from junior to senior level. “It all depends on how well I go as to whether I obtain an ATP ranking,” he said. “My main focus is the future mens tournament and the money tournament I would like to do as well,” he said. Boasting a very impressive serve, the young star is working on his backhand as a weapon and hopes to improve his consistency in the backcourt. “I have grown a lot in the last couple of years and it has helped my serve a lot,” he said. “I have worked more from the back court as a consistent player. “My strength would be my backhand.” On Monday, Saville

Houseboat Adventure 19x4 ■ MOUNTING PRESSURE: Luke Saville and his doubles partner Daniel King-Turner lost a tight match. Photo: JANE WILSON bowed out of the doubles Meanwhile, Berri-view tournament going down in a Tennis Club president Gary tight match against Chinese Pinnington said he is conpair Mao-Xin Gong and Xin- fident that the number Yuan Yu in straight sets 7-6, one Austrlian seed, Colin 6-4. Ebelthite, will be a good Saville showed patches of chance to take out the brilliance that will have him tournament. in good stead for his singles “Colin Elbilithe is still campaign, which started playing some good tennis,” against fellow Australian he said. Matt Reed yesterday. “Yesterday he beat Adam At times his ferocious Fenney who has an Australian serve surprised his Chinese ranking and is in top form at opponents and he finished the moment.” off some competitive rallies The tournament gives the with quick work in the back Riverland the opportunity to court. watch some quality tennis.


SPORTS

16 • Riverland Weekly – Thursday February 19, 2009

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Riverland Cricket A grade

Renmark 129 (D. Stevens 28, C. Schepel 24, S. Turk 24; L. Pearson 3/3, K. Smith 3/32, C. Fisher 2/27) v Loxton 52 (K. Smith 12 n.o.; D. Shawyer 4/6, S. Turk 3/27). Berri 146 (G. White 32, T. Van Dyk 22, S. Frankel 21; D. Gregoric 5/31, J. Albrecht 3/25) v Monash.

B grade Monash 102 (R. Wickstein 56; A. Minnis 3/19, A. Wellington 2/16, J. Rogers 2/16) d Cobdogla 49 (J. Golding 11; M. Middleton 5/11, A. Marshall 2/21).

Under 16 Loxton North 6/151 (B. Walter 32 ret, I. Mann 31 ret, T. Graetz 27; J. Redemski 2/22) v Waikerie-Ramco. Loxton 4/141 (S. Reilly 31 ret, K. Reynolds 30 ret, M. Leigh 30 n.o.; A. Shaw 2/31 d Renmark 95 (M. Smith 31 n.o., Y Papageorgios 18; I Worsfold 3/8).

Mid Murray Cricket Waikerie Gold 7/413 (A. Bevan 76 ret, R. Matthews 58, L. Wakefield 53 ret, B. Helbig 52 ret, T. Bevan 38 n.o.; S. Olivier 2/61) d Cadell 70 (C. Willoughby 25; M. McDonald 5/33, C. Hawke 3/11).

Basketball - Women Division one

Renmark 35 (T. Dempsey 11, R. Leuders 10) d Loxton 29 (P. Arnold 12, J. Dahlitz 5).

Division two Panthers 58 d Berri Red 19, Renmark 35 d Supercats 20.

Division three Renmark 37 d Loxton 27.

Basketball - Men Division one

Renmark 40 (C. Seekamp 14, M. Menz 11) d Loxton 38 (J. Reichstein 10).

Division two Loxton 35 d Berri Red 25,

Allstars 36 d Supercats 23, Renmark Masters 33 d Renmark 22.

Berri Golf

Saturday stableford A. Druery 40 points, J. Meakin 38. Ball Winners - S. Pascoe 37, R. Thurmer 37, W. Thiele 36, T. Branford 36, B. Baird 35, N. Wait 35, M. Wilksch 35.

Wednesday stableford J. Penna 39 points, B. Bishop 35. Ball Winners – P. Cummins 34, R. Correll 34, B. Martin 34, L Campbell 34.

Friday twilight stableford D. Badran 23 points. Ball Winners – R. Keightley 21, G. Steahr 19, J. Meakin 19, S. Cronje 19, S. Wade 19, W. Adams 18, R. Day 18, L. Campbell 18, D. Howes 18.

Waikerie Golf

Saturday stableford Division one: T. Neideck 39. Division two: D. Schultz 40. Voucher winners: L. Gosse 40, J. Thomas 39, D. Greenfield 38, M. Hall 38.

Wednesday stableford T. Mortimer 37, J. Sullivan 38, J. Sheehan 37.

Renmark Golf

Saturday stableford P. Richards 41 points, S. Searles 38. Ball winners: C. Teare 38, M. Hollitt 37, A. Parkyn 37, A. Dinning 37, H. Daws 36, A. Pethic 36, G. Sedden 36, G. Stimpson 36, A. Cenko 34, C. Berry 34.

Weekly stableford J. Sweet 39 points, P. Liotas 38. Ball winner: M. Denti 38.

Wednesday stableford A. Briggs 39, M. Daws 37. Ball winners: P. Hendrick 36, C. Berry 36, R. Knight 33, D. Warren 33.

Barmera Golf

Wednesday stableford D. Marrett 36 points, G. Kelly 34, D. Walker 32.

Saturday stableford S. Minns 41, J. Rosbergen 37, T. Foot 37, T. Hansen 36, G. Denton 36.

Sunday par M. Cenko +5, K. Moore +4, M. Costello -1, M. Ubhey -1.

Riverland Softball A grade

Loxton 9 (C. Venning, P. Carney, J. Taylor) d Renmark 6 (M. Cant, T. Healy, T. Schwartzkopff).

B grade Gerard 16 (K. Johnson, E. Abdulla, T. Lindsay) d Loxton 3 (B. Paull, B. Voigt, M. Loxton). Waikerie 8 (S. Tape, L. Surfield, R. Foster) d Cobdogla 6 (J. Cook, G. Dyer, B. Edge).

Riverland Pennant Bowls First division

Renmark RSL 85 d Loxton 79. D. Ludas 19 l B. Bald 26; R. Sutton 22 d P. Kimber 21; M. DeCol 32 d B. Bullock 14; R. Lee 12 l V. Pavia 18. Renmark 87 d Berri 62. W. Dopson 25 d M. Kubank 16; S. Leesue 26 d K. Treloar 12; M. Howe 18 d K. Stokes 13; J. Thompson 18 l C. Treloar 21.

Second division Waikerie 63 d Renmark RSL 62 M. Carrera 28 d N. Dunstan 18; N. Taylor 22 d K. Knight 16; J. Smith 13 l M. Curtis 28. Loxton Green 71 d Loxton Blue 49. G. Ireland 24 d P. Vaughan 11; R. Lee 23 d C. Barry 18; B. Schubert 24 d R. Braddock 20. Monash 77 d Barmera Blue 48. M. Voigt 30 d R. Kleinig 21; K.

Schulz 20 d D. Goldfinch 16; K. Ruediger 27 d D. Hill 11. Berri 61 d Loxton Black 55. D. Button 26 d G. Thom 11; G. Meyer 16 l D. Vaughan 23; K. Breakwell 9 l D. McRaeWood 21. Renmark 69 d Lyrup 38. M. Rice 26 d N. Nattrass 16; M. Matulick 24 d B. Packer 9; M. Brady 19 d L. Seltitzas 13. Moorook 95 d Barmera Red 44. S. Pantic 35 d T. Szabo 14; J. White 34 d B. Mudge 16; D. Piltz 26 d B. Marks 14.

Third division green Loxton RSL Green 61 d Moorook 39. T. Lehmann 10 l N. Pollard 14; G. Ginnelly 19 d L. Hopper 14; D. Nott 32 d M. Couzner 11. Loxton White 60 d Loxton Yellow 54. G. Fisher 14 l R. Fielke 25; K. Taylor 25 d B. Wetherall 13; J. Vaughan 21 d W. Ahrens 16. Monash 65 d Waikerie 48. I. Radosevic 25 d K. Gillespie 14; A. Viney 18 d B. Wiese 17; J. Dixon 22 d M. Brown 17.

Third division gold Loxton RSL 75 d Barmera 30. R. Bedson 15 d K. Brown 14; M. Wallis 42 d N. Schultz 3; S. Schmidt 18 d K. Dougherty 13. Loxton Orange 57 d Loxton Red 54. B. Ebert 20 drew J. Ferris 20; M. Campbell 19 l B. Mattner 21; R. Firstbrook 18 d C. Hobbs 13. Renmark 74 d Berri 52. R. Minge 36 d J. Lyons 8; J. Dopson 14 l N. Martin 28; D. Parish 24 d P. Reynolds 16. Waikerie 67 d Renmark RSL 62. H. Peebles 9 l A. Topperwien 25; S. Copeland 24 l T. Van Dam 25; M. Rolton 34 d K. Phillips 12.

Croquet

Game 1: W. Bottrell/A. Wright 18 d N. Hart/S. Noske 13; Game 2: S. Noske/W. Bottrell 13 d N. Hart/A. Wright 12.

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TALK IT UP with SAF & RENO

SAF: So Reno, back for a second crack. I didn’t think we’d be here after the bagging we copped on the SA Footy website. Reno: They took it easy on us, you should have heard the abuse I copped from elsewhere. Even some Ethiopian bloke got stuck into me. God knows how he found out about it. You didn’t send a few copies over there by any chance? Saf: Sorry, I sponsor him on World Vision. He said there’s been a fair bit more food over there since your wisdom teeth have been playing up. You get them out tomorrow don’t you? Reno: Sure do. I won’t be able to eat or drink for a week. Unfortunately for you, my first day back on it, will be at your engagement party, so I hope you have plenty of grub and lots of cash on the bar. Did you end up getting along to see Kevin Sheedy Friday night? Saf: I didn’t make it there but I hope you met up with him to get some SuperCoach tips. Your team was dead set terrible last year. Reno: Talking of SuperCoach, I was supposed to head up there with Grant Russell but he ended up pulling out when he found out you couldn’t smoke in the front row. Saf: I heard that Sheeds dropped around to Grant’s place afterwards to get some tips on coaching anyway. How about the Reds’ form against Melbourne Victory? Do you reckon they can get off

the canvas and knock off Queensland after all of the controversy? Reno: They have as much chance of winning, as I would running 200 metres without having a heart attack. Even if they did happen to win, it wouldn’t matter, because they would end up getting flogged again by the Victory.

I heard that Sheeds dropped around to Grant’s place afterwards to get some tips on coaching.

Saf: There’s still a Champions League berth at stake Shane but yeah, I can’t see us beating the Victory. How about the Sixers KO Final in New Zealand tonight? I reckon they’ll get past them, and possibly the Tigers after that with Luke Schenscher in form. Reno: Yeah, hope they get up for ‘Mahery’. He’s been a great servant to the club over a long period of time. How did you go on the weekend in cricket? Heard you posted a huge score with the bat. What score

did you get again? Saf: It was a fair way off that ton I was aiming for. It was a bit hard with Dave ‘Dicky Knee’ Hankin chirping away behind the stumps there though. Reno: You leave Dave alone.. He’s a fellow Cats supporter. He goes okay with the gloves and the bat too. Also, he’s just got his licence, so he’ll be driving me to the footy this year when the Cats play at AAMI Stadium. How are your beloved Cows going to go this year? I’m predicting 10th place and the Power to struggle even more. Saf: I feel for Dicky Knee now. I wouldn’t wish that trip on anyone! As for the Crows, they’ll be either just in or just out of the eight I reckon. The man with two first names, Neil Craig, won’t let them bottom out. Reno: Always the optimist. Any tips for the punters out there? You got one right last week, see if you can do better this week. Saf: I’ll stick with my boys. The Roar to get KO’d by Viddie’s boys and the heart and soul, Brett Maher, will get another home game. Also, Reno to whinge like a little girl for the week after he gets his wisdom teeth out. That last one’s a certainty. Reno: My tip is get on the top weight in the last race in Melbourne Saturday. And you’re probably right about me whinging but at least I haven’t had movie directors calling me to see if I can star in the new Roger Ramjet film.

RFL live on the radio By ROB McLEAN AFTER an absence of nearly 20 years, live radio coverage of Riverland football will be back on air this season. Loxton based community radio station Life FM will be providing match of the round coverage from the opening bounce of the season. Life FM sales representative Louise Gutsche said she is excited by the chance to provide the coverage, with the commentary team to be headed up by local expert and Berri premiership coach Tim Jackson. “It’s great we can bring Riverland football back into peoples' radios,” Mrs Gutsche said. Life FM will provide coverage of a match each round, as well as updates from other grounds, including the Independent competition. Mrs Gutsche said the coverage links in well with Life FM’s community radio responsibilities. “It’s a real step up for us as a community radio station and lifting our profile and getting people to tune in and listen and see what we’re about,” she said. “Being able to celebrate 100 years of Riverland football at the same time, it tied in well with that also.” Mrs Gutsche said it had been a major ambition to get live coverage of RFL games back on the air.

She is hopeful the football community will welcome the return of RFL on the radio. “I would hope they will embrace it and I hope they will be excited to have it back,” Mrs Gutsche said. “This (RFL) is unique to our region and you can listen to it at the ground or at home if you can’t get to the footy. “Those people that really love their footy, will really love it.” RFL chief executive officer Mick Beech described the live coverage of local football as “fantastic”. “It’s been something we’ve been trying to get off the ground for four or five years now and Life FM have agreed to come on board for two years,” he said. “I think it will really promote footy in the region.” Mr Beech said the live radio coverage is symptomatic of the return of many locals to the football scene after many preferred to watch AFL matches on television. “I think it’s done a bit of a circle and people are really starting to get interested in local footy again,” he said. “We were really lucky to have Peter Frankcom, Rex Fielke and those guys in the 80s, they were so professional – I think we’ve got big shoes to fill.” The first game to receive the Life FM live coverage will be when Loxton hosts Renmark on April 18.

■ KEEN: East Murray Football Club is commited to play in 2009 although players are needed to cover some losses from last year.

Tigers to play on

■ From Page 44

“Nothing’s changed in six or eight years,” he said. “We’ve been trying to keep the same group of people playing for as long as we can.” Winen will be taking over as bar manager at the club, although Mr Zadow indicated Winen was ex-

tremely close to a major milestone, which may lure him out of retirement temporarily. Youngsters coming through the ranks will bolster the senior numbers with Mr Zadow hopeful that many of them can grow in maturity and make the grade. Ashley Hissey was one young lad he hoped will be bigger and bet-

ter this year, showing keenness and rapid development leading into the 2009 season. Again, the club remains hopeful of a late player influx with Mr Zadow extending an invitation to anyone interested in pulling on the boots this year to get in contact with the club. “It’s a numbers game,” he said.


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48 Jones Street LJ Hooker Scott Road LJ Hooker 10 Vivian Cock Street LJ Hooker 10B Magarey Street LJ Hooker 4 Jarvis Street LJ Hooker 16 McLean Street Ray White Berri 7 McGregor Street Ray White Berri 1 Kelly Avenue Ray White Berri

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Lot 11 Paisley Island LJ Hooker Sec 14 Government Road Ray White Berri Sec 169 Yeo Road Ray White Berri

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way bathroom which then flows onto the water closet and laundry. Tiled living areas will be enjoyed with the modest kitchen which maintains the country charm and dĂŠcor that one would expect. Cream cabinetry, dishwasher, pantry storage and deep drawers with stainless steel cooking appliances and large laminated bench space for meal preparation. Splash and dash in the in-ground swimming pool which screaming and laughing can only be heard amongst the grapevines adding privacy and enjoyment to your pleasurable retreat. Great shedding with 3phase power, a large entertaining carport and a lockable hutch which is just perfect for storage or maybe covert into a character guest retreat as it is large and has reverse cycle air-conditioning. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a charmer with sparkling character

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Sec 898 Chabrel Road Ray White Berri 15 Westbrook Ave Ray White Loxton 15 Schaefer Drive Ray White Loxton

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2 Coombe Terrace Waikerie โ€ข PHONE (08) 8541 2777 โ€ข AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK

February 19 - 25

Community Events File Thursday February 19th โ€ข Charity for all Bingo at the Loxton Club, Bookpurnong Tce Loxton, eyes down at 7:30pm, proceeds to Riverview Rest home. Phone Deb Ball on 0428823924 for more information. โ€ข Riverland Gem & Mineral Club Annual General Meeting 7pm at the clubrooms in Glossop. Phone Dennis for more information 85823430 Saturday February 21st โ€ข Riverland Farmers Markets, every Saturday morning, 7:30am โ€“ 11:30am, Crawford Tce, Berri. Phone the Market Manager on 85824864 for more information. โ€ข Riverland Ballroom Dancing, Loxton Peace Hall, 7:30pmโ€“ 11.30pm. For more information phone Ray 85845945 โ€ข Loxton Main Street Market, main street Loxton, 8am - 12noon, sausages, bacon, eggs and a crayfish and beer raffle. For more information call Michael 8587 2220

Sunday February 22nd โ€ข Pace Makers Bingo at the Berri Hotel eyes down at 2pm, proceeds to the Pacemakers Club. For more information contact Dianne 85838267 Tuesday February 24th โ€ข Riverland Gem and Mineral Club, workshop in Glossop from 3pm - 5pm. For more information and directions phone Dennis on 85823430. โ€ข Uniting Church Renmark will be holding its annual fundraiser to aid the homeless and disadvantaged with a Shrove Tuesday Pancake Day. Coffee and Pancakes will be served from 10am - 11:30am at the airconditioned Renmark Uniting Church Hall ** FUTURE EVENTS ** Friday February 29th โ€ข River Murray and Mallee Carers support meeting for family carers at the Waikerie Club at 11:30am for lunch. Any new family carers in the Morgan/Waikerie area are most welcome to attend. Please RSVP to 1800806580

Got an event for our File? Phone 8582 5500 and let the Riverland and Mallee know about it! 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 property is a rarity. No picture can truly capture the magic this property has to offer. Nestled on 7 acres of Freehold land is a wonderful two bedroom home that is only two years old. A wonderful design, this family friendly home can be

extended with ease. But the real magic of this property lies in the location. Situated between Lock 1 and Lock 2 where the water is kept the same level on a peaceful stretch of river, perfect for fishing or mooring your boat at your own pontoon.

Here lies a small piece of paradise, make it you own today.

TAYLORVILLE Lot 4 Weston Flat Marschall First National RLA 47936 Phone 8541 2777 Price $234,900 Inspect By Appointment

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Did you ever walk into a room and forget why you walked in? I think that is how dogs spend their lives.

Petâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Life

~ Sue Murphy

Scratching your petâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s itch

By Dr JULIA ADAMS

ALLERGIC skin disease is a common problem in dogs and one that may be difficult to determine the cause of and frustrating to manage. Signs of allergic skin disease in dogs include inflamed skin that is pinker/redder than normal, warmer than normal and itchy. Affected dogs will scratch, lick, rub or chew themselves constantly. You may notice your dog rubbing its face on the ground, chewing its paws, rubbing against fences or even rolling around on the ground to scratch that elusive itch. Excessive scratching results in trauma to the skin, so you may also notice hair loss and a red rash over affected areas. Secondary bacterial or yeast infections of the skin may develop in chronic cases, so the coat may become greasy in appearance and have a nasty smell. Flakes of skin in the coat are also common. Dogs can be allergic to numerous things including the bites of insects, for example fleas, environmental allergens (e.g. pollens, moulds, and house dust), contact with various plants or chemicals or even the food they are eating.

Flick the fleas â&#x2013;  The most common skin allergy that affects dogs is flea bite allergy. Flea allergy dermatitis (FAD) typically results in a sparse, dry hair coat at the base of the tail with itchiness more severe in this area.

a diet that contains protein and carbohydrate sources that your dog has never had before. Venison, rabbit, duck or kangaroo meats are often used as the protein source and rice or potato is often used as the carbohydrate source.

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To find out more online visit: www.petalia.com.au â&#x2013;  SCRATCHED: Animals can be scratching themselves for a number of reasons. Continued scratching can cause ongoing problems for your pet. Dogs with FAD only need one flea bite to start the allergic reaction so you may not notice that your dog has fleas. Comb your dog, especially over the back and tail area, onto a dampened sheet of white paper. Black dots that turn red on contact with the moisture are actually flea faeces, which contain dried blood. To ensure this is not part, or all, of the problem, it is necessary to use rigorous flea control. Use of one of the newer topical â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;spot-onâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; formulations is recommended as these kill adult fleas on the dog within 12 to 24 hours with a residual action of up to a month, preventing further egg-laying, as well as killing flea larvae in the

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Food allergies â&#x2013;  If the scratching persists then an allergy of a different type may be the problem, such as food allergies. Any food ingredient can cause an allergy although the protein is usually the offender. This is diagnosed by feeding a hypoallergenic diet for at least eight weeks. The goal is to feed

â&#x2013;  Atopy is the second most common allergic skin disorder in dogs, and is a genetically inherited disease. Atopic dogs are allergic to substances (allergens) in the environment that are inhaled or absorbed through the skin. House dust mites are the main offender leading to a non-seasonal dermatitis, although the severity of the signs may vary with changes in the environmental allergenic load. More rarely, pollen allergies (trees, weeds and grasses) are involved, which may typically lead to a seasonal dermatitis. Affected dogs are often extremely itchy (pruritic), especially around the face, belly, armpits, lower legs and feet. Scratching of the trunk, rubbing of the face (lips, chin, ears etc) and chewing of the feet are frequently seen. The intense itching can make them irritable and less tolerant of being handled. Atopy can be diagnosed by a blood or skin test. Determining which allergen/s is a problem for your dog can help you to avoid or at least reduce exposure to it. For example, dogs with an allergy to house dust mites may

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Allergic contact dermatitis â&#x2013;  Contact allergies, such as to certain plants, carpet cleaners and other chemicals, plastic etc., are quite rare in dogs and signs are usually restricted to contact areas where the hair is absent or thin. Differentiation between the different types of allergic skin diseases can be difficult and other itchy skin conditions, such as sarcoptic mange, skin infections, and drug hypersensitivities, also need to be ruled out. Additionally, more than one skin complaint can be present at the same time, so if your dog is scratching like mad and driving you crazy, the best option is to head to your vet to get the problem â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;lickedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. The sooner your vet can start investigating the cause, or refer you to a veterinary dermatologist if necessary, the sooner the appropriate treatment and advice on managing or preventing further problems can be given. More importantly, the sooner your dog will thank you.

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Chas Gibbens BORN February 11, 2009 weighing 7pd 11oz to Sandra and Michael Gibbens, of Renmark. A brother for Nikita & Tyson

BORN January 12, 2009 weighing 6lb 12oz A much loved son for Brenden and Kirralee, adored brother of Melody.

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Saverio Perre BORN January 19, 2009 weighing 6lb 5oz. Another son for Pat and Rosemary. A little brother to Frankie.

Lachlan James Thiel Shayden Zye Draper

BORN February 5th 2009 weighing 8lb 15oz (4.08kg) A son for Kirk and Amanda A brother for Emily

Harlow Cooper Jachmann

BORN February 10, 2009 weighing 3.5kg to Bianca King and Nathan Draper, of Berri.

Send in photos of your new arrival with details to: Riverland Weekly, PO Box 1279 Berri 5343 or email to photodesk@riverlandweekly.com.au

BORN February 6, 2009 weighing 8 lb ½ oz, to Troy and Sharna. A little brother for Tane and Levi.

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On the Road

Features â&#x2013;  Like all Toyota vehicles, the HiLux has some outstanding features to make your driving experience all the better:

â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013; 

~ Unknown insurance claimant

HiLux bigger and better

THE Toyota HiLux is bigger, better, and stronger than ever before. It is the versatile ute that is an action utility vehicle. It is unbreakable workhorse meets off road action lifestyle. Boasting impressive power across the range, inspiring performance and handling, luxurious comfort, and fabled HiLux reliability and dependability, it has got the performance you want and the toughness you have come to expect. Available in three versatile model variations (Work Mate, SR and SR5), and priced from just $17,990* it is the ute of choice for drivers who want it all.

â&#x2013;  â&#x2013;  â&#x2013; 

I pulled away from the side of the road, glanced at my mother-in-law and headed over the embankment.

Single Cab, Xtra Cab, or Dual Cab; 4x2 or 4x4; 4.0L VVT-1 V6, 3.0L EDI Turbo Diesel, or 2.7L VVT-1 4 cyl; AI shift control and road condition support control (V6 automatic only); Double wishbone front suspension; Audio input jack for iPod or other MP3 player; Anti-skid braking system standard on SR5 and optional on SR and WorkMate; Dual SRS airbags standard; Global Outstanding Assessment body; Pre-tensioning seatbelts; Power windows (SR, SR5 and WorkMate models with ABS); Power door locks (SR, SR5 and WorkMate models with ABS); Cruise Control (SR and SR5 automatic only); Air conditioning standard on SR5 and optional on SR and Work Mate; MP3 compatible sound system with CD; Leather steering wheel (SR5 only).

HiLux receives an upgrade â&#x2013;  HiLux has had a number of upgrades to key models in the line-up. Since 2007 production the entry-level HiLux WorkMate with ABS option now has power windows, power door locks, fabric door trim and will be fitted with 15 inch wheels, up from the previous 14 inch wheels. All HiLux SR grades now have power mirrors, while SR vehicles with automatic transmission will be fitted with cruise control. (HiLux Single Cab SR 4x2)

It is genuinely better capped price servicing where you pay just $170 per service for up to the first 6 standard scheduled services over 3 years, 60,000km (whichever comes first). Enjoy the peace of mind of genuinely

better Toyota genuine service. * Recommended retail price for base model. Prices vary according to model. Recommended retail price excludes dealer delivery, statutory charges and optional extras.

â&#x2013;  UNBREAKABLE: The HiLuxâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unbreakable reputation means it is ever popular amongst Australian car buyers.

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R O S E N T H A L S

THE DRIVING FORCE OF THE RIVERLAND! THE FULL LIST 08 MAZDA 6 CLASSIC

CC-785P

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fuel ABS 17000 K’s XLG-570 WAS $27,990 SAVE $3,000

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CERTIFIED OTHERS 2003 KIA RIO HATCH, 1 local owner, 5 spd $9,990 manual, a/c, p/steer WWM-566

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2002 TOYOTA ECHO HATCH 1 local owner, manual, a/c, WVG-366 WAS $9,990 SAVE $1,000

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USED OTHERS 07 MITSUBISHI PAJERO VRX, 7 seater wagon,

3.2lt Did Diesel, towbar, White XSZ-283 WAS $46,990 SAVE $2,000

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2002 MITSUBISHI PAJERO EXCEED WAGON, diesel, auto, with long range tank,

and many other extras, 1 local owner, full history, ready to do what you will WSU-621 $29,990

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$4,990

99 FORD LASER SEDAN WIH-724

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$21,990 00 FORD LASER

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• Low km’s • economical

$9,990

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$18,990

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2001 FORD LASER LXI, 5 speed manual, 1 local owner, books, spoiler WNZ-461 $9,990 2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER SEDAN, 5 spd manual, a/c, 1 owner with books. WKX-288 $8,990 2000 HYUNDAI ELANTRA SEDAN, auto, a/c, $8,990 p/steer, 1 local owner, books WMR-111 1999 TOYOTA COROLLA, manual, a/c, power steering. White in colour. WIH-724 $9,990 1999 FORD LASER SEDAN, a/c, p/steer, manual, white. WIH-724 $9,990

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1999 TRITON GLS DUAL CAB 4X4 UTILITY,

1 local owner, V6, 5 speed manual, many features, $13,990 great buying WHH-338

1998 TOYOTA HILUX 4X4 DUAL CAB

• manual • a/c • economical

$9,990

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$19,990

Berri 8582 3644

• V6 • full luxury • automatic

$27,990

• automatic • a/c • p/steer • white

$15,990

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Thursday February 19, 2009 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Riverland Weekly â&#x20AC;˘ 35

Americans will put up with anything provided it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t block traffic. ~ Dan Rather

with TONY WHATELEY AND DANNY HANRAHAN

Keith helps a good cause

WHEN the marketing manager of Lightforce flew out of Adelaide in early 2001 to promote the company in the USA, he decided to buy a little kangaroo to remind him of home. He zip tied it to his suitcase to help identify his case during that mad baggage carousel grab. As he flew around the USA people would often strike up a conversation and ask questions about Australia, some even offering to buy what has now become â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Keith Kangarooâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, the official ambassador for Lightforce. Keith is fast gaining notoriety and is being cloned by the thousands. He is packing his bags and passport to various parts of the world and is often seen in Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outback and as far away as the deserts of Baja. In the USA he is often seen with the Desert Assassinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s or other members of the Offroad Alliance. Back in Australia he is a regular at the Deniliquin Ute Muster and various 4x4 events, forever lending a hand or getting into trouble. He likes nothing more than being zip tied to a bull bar and feeling the wind in his face and eating dust. He is a true adventurer, house trained, doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t eat much and is

â&#x2013;  MATES OF KEITH: Lightforce mascot Keith Kangaroo makes plenty of friends all over the country. Sales of the toy go towards charity, with Tony Whateleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Loveday 4x4 Adventures helping to raise some dollars for the bushfire appeal recently.

eager to join your off-road and outdoor adventures. Keith is now so famous he has his own Facebook site and hundreds of videos on YouTube. Lightforce intend to make him work for his keep, so all profits generated from his sales go to spe-

cifically nominated charities. This charity is currently aimed at the Victorian bush fire disaster. Each Keith has a small tag on his collar with a registration number attached. Lightforce would appreciate one photo of your Keith in action and a quick registration by

emailing adoptkeith@lightforce. com your details and tag number. Tony Wateley of Loveday 4x4 Adventures has been selling Keith and raised over $1000 for the Red Cross Bushfire Appeal. Many visitors to the park inevitably become bogged and the cost

of being pulled out is a $10 Keith. In addition the kangaroos are a popular topic of conversation at the Loveday Tavern, with visitors eager to donate their money to such a worthy cause. Keith is also on sale at all outlets that sell South Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s world famous spotties.

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Long and proud history RIVERLAND Auto Repairs in Barmera has a long and proud history in the region of continued quality service and workmanship. Run by local couple Con and Julie Tsorotiotis and brother George, the team provides a wide array of services for a large selection of vehicles. With nearly 30 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience behind it, Riverland Auto Repairs can tune and service all makes and models, including light commercial and diesel vehicles. It can also tune electronic fuel injection (EFI), carburettor or modified engines as well as carry out minor auto-electric work. When it comes to smoothing out your ride, Riverland Auto Repairs is in its element, specialising in front end and suspension repairs. The team is also able to repair, service and replace automatic transmissions while providing a logbook service option. Safety on the road is paramount and to ensure your vehicle is in the right shape to be on the road, have Riverland Auto Repairs complete one of its 66 or 150point comprehensive condition written reports. Co-manager Con Tsorotiotis said these reports are a great option to take after purchasing a second-hand vehicle to ensure all is in check while the warranty still stands. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It can save you a lot of money,â&#x20AC;? he said. As technology evolves, so does Riverland Auto Repairs, providing modern services including the power steering on-car flushing machine, which automatically removes old power steering fluid and inserts new fluid into the system

â&#x2013;  SERVICE: Brothers George and Con Tsorotiotis have had 20 years experience at their Barmera premises. Photos: JANE WILSON in a clean and simple function, avoiding the invasive mechanical work previously carried out to do the same action. Riverland Auto Repairs also uses a throttle body fuel injection cleaning machine,

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REPCO CAR PARTS and SERVICE CENTRE

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at Riverland Auto repairs Book early for Easter service

â&#x2013;  CLOSE: Geroge Tsorotiotis handling one of the many makes and models Riverland Auto Repairs deal with.

â&#x2013;  BOOK: Con Tsorotiotis encourages locals to book early and beat the rush for Easter services to help prevent unwanted break-downs.

Twenty years on, experience ensures quality RIVERLAND Auto Repairs marks 20 years in Barmera in June this year, the business is a far cry from its early beginnings in a one-room 15 by eight metre workshop with Con and Julie Tsorotiotis running the show. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We had work on top of work,â&#x20AC;? Con said. Gradually the business expanded out into the old tyre shop workshop next door and since brother George joined the team in 1992, the trio hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t looked back. The Tsorotiotis boys had

engine oil in their blood, with their father being an aircraft mechanic. â&#x20AC;&#x153;He tried to talk us out of being mechanics but we didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t listen to him,â&#x20AC;? Con laughed. Con began as an apprentice in the former Glossop Service Station before working at Berri mechanics the Flying Spanner, followed by Riverland Tyre and Mag Centre. Con said the auto career has been one of great reward and he still thoroughly enjoys it. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It never stops changing and

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WITH Easter merely a few weeks away, Riverland Auto Repairs are encouraging locals to get their cars booked in for servicing early and beat the rush. Co-owner Con Tsorotiotis said it gets hectic around that time of year so booking is a great idea to ensure your car gets seen to and gives you peace of mind when on the road. After the sizzling summer, Con said the hoses and belts under the hood can deteriorate quickly and should be checked. Batteries, brakes and suspension also commonly suffer from the extensive heat. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Get it inspected to make sure nothing has occurred over the hot summer period,â&#x20AC;? he advised. Brakes are known to warp under intense heat, causing vibrations to your vehicle, and batteries are known to cook with high engine temperatures. To ensure your vehicle is ready for the drive, Con recommends a full service and safety check to ensure a worry-free holiday. So get in early, beat the rush and ensure your Easter holidays are stress-free on the road.

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FREE â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;For Saleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Adverts 1. Items must not exceed $60. 2. Price must appear in advert. 3. Ads must be restricted to 3 lines. 4. You may have 3 free ads running in one publication. 5. Ads expire after 2 weeks. 6. Any changes to existing ads need to be made before close on Tuesday. 7. Offer excludes all other categories. 8. Offer excludes advertisements for ongoing profit. 9. Offer limited to 10 items per 6 month period.

Garage Sales Minimum charge $7.75 for 5 lines $1.55 per additional line Free posters available at reception upon payment

General Advertising Conditions Full name and residential address must be supplied, even though not necessarily included in advertisement. We reserve the right to revise and restrict any advertisement we deem objectionable and to change the classification when necessary to conform with the policy of this newspaper. Positions cannot be guaranteed.

Errors While the publisher agrees to exercise reasonable care, the publisher shall not be liable to either the advertiser or the advertising agency in respect of the accidental omission of, errors in, or misclassification of any advertisement. Errors in repeat advertisement must be notified to the Riverland Weekly office immediately after appearance of first advertisement. The publisher does not accept responsibility for errors in repeat advertisements that are not drawn to our attention upon the first appearance. No allowance can be made for errors not materially affecting the effectiveness of the advertisement. In the event an advertisement is omitted from this publication, we assume no liability for such omissions.

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BERRIAG for Agrex P906 1100kg precision fertiliser spreader, hydraulic control, $2000 plus GST. Phone Steve Bye 0428179668

TREADMILL electric Proteus MTM-4500, ex cond, $650, extension table with six chairs, teak, 6x3ft, $80. Phone 0428971013

LARGE private room, r/c air con, share house with female, prefer employed person, pets neg. Ph 0401329277

BERRIAG for Don KR Castlemaine Smallgoods, free delivery, 6 days a week. Phone Steve Bye on 0428179668

BERRI 13 Cornwall St, Sat Feb 21 and Sun Feb 22, 9am-4pm, includes assorted furniture and household items, clothing books and more.

BIRMAN kittens, ready late March, m/f, vacc, wormed, toilet trained, desexed, registered breeder. Phone 85832256

BERRI Lions Club Monster Garage Sale, Sat Feb 21, 8am - 1pm at Combined Services Clubrooms, Kealley Street, Berri, next to Mission Australia.

CARPET 52m2, gd cond, $500 ono. 1x rug $50, 1x TV and VCR $50. Phone 0407863221

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BERRI 7 Trenaman Cres Sat Feb 21, 9am - 3pm. Includes furniture, linen, garden tools, books and Deaths kitchenware. No early IMATE 8502 ultimate birds. SPENCER Philip Graeme windows mobile phone, Cars For Sale Passed away peacefully 3G, Bluetooth, PC software, car charger, $500. Phone at the Barmera Hospital HOLDEN ute VY2 2004, on February 11, 2009. 0438854274 auto, immac cond, Aged 61 years. 115,700km, soft tonneau Beloved husband of INSURANCE - For the cover, services up to most competitive prices date, XRZ102. Phone Raelene on home, contents, 0427605746 Loved father of Kenneth, commercials, caravan step-father of Ngari, and boats. Contact MAZDA 3 hatch 2005, Dione, Katrina and your local SGIC Agents black, 5sp, man, a/c, Damien. Loved poppy Rosenthals, Renmark cruise, tinted windows, of Cassandra, Michelle, 85866626 or Berri alloy mags, 12 months rego, gen reason for sale, 85823644 Ebony and Tegan XLF256, $16,500. Phone SUTTON Danny LAND 1 acre, lot 18 0438854274 Payne Court TOYOTA Hiace van, 1996, Passed away February Keith $100,000 ex Telstra, includes racks 15, 2009. Much loved Loxton youngest brother and Phone 0418856599 or and shelves, gd cond, brother-in-law of Mary 0418846310 VVH459, $5,000. Phone and Max (both deceased) JAYCO Eagle 1993 gd 85837101 after 6pm respected uncle of Teresa, cond, includes fly and Bernard, Colin, Angela and sun shade, reg until Motorbikes their families. March 26 2009. $7,500 For Sale ono. Phone 0458154092 Funeral or 0439682446 Barmera HARLEY Davidson Soft Tail 2007 3000km, saddle SPENCER area. bags, tool bag, backrest, The Relatives and friends POKER table, solid 10 months warranty of the late Philip Graeme construction, custom and 4 months rego, Spencer are respectfully made, $600 ono. Phone YZT121, $24,000. Phone advised that his funeral 0400068932 0438869212 service will be conducted entirely in the Church of STEELINE / BUILDPRO HONDA XL 1855, 85, Christ, Old Sturt Highway February Special: Gal new clutch, registered, Berri, on Friday, February tube 50x50x1.6, 2400 gd cond, TGU953, $1,490 20 at 2pm, followed by a long, $49.50, 38x25x1.2, ono. Phone 0431385078 private cremation at the 7500 long, $27.50, Old YAMAHA RZ 250 ex cond, Sturt Highway Berri. low kms, TGT146, $1,800 Riverland Crematorium Phone 85822166 ono. Phone 0488947430 In lieu of flowers donations to the Cancer Council SA SOCCER table, black Public Notices in Philipâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory would solid construction in gd be appreciated. Donations cond, $150. Washing ASBESTOS remover may be made at the machine, top loader, now operating in your service. Hoover, 6kg $80. Double area, we specialise in Asbestos Registers and RIVERLAND FUNERALS latex mattress as new, Annual inspections. paid $1,200 will sell for Berri 85821333 Reasonable rates, $600. Phone 85837101 Renmark 85864422 clean safe and after 6pm licensed 90314. Phone Accredited Member Australian TOMATOES (Roma) 0428840451 or go to Funeral Directors Association Vine ripened. Great www.wattsasbestos. for sauce, salads and com.au sun drying. See us at the Riverland Farmers Markets or ring to order. BEADS and Findings, L Pandora Phone Mick 85953408 or necklaces, style bracelets etc. Open 0413184932 &ORHELPFUL Saturday and Sunday ADVICEON TRADESMAN trailer 10am- 4pm Dalziel Rd HOWTOPLACE 6x4, lift up side doors, Winkie - 300m from YOURTRIBUTE air compressor, shelving, Lavender Farm. Phone new tyres, 6mths rego, Marilyn 85832397 or TLV539, $2,350. Phone 0429142702  0431385078

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Public Notices

Phone 8582 5500 â&#x20AC;˘ 3/29 Vaughan Terrace, Berri â&#x20AC;˘ Email: classies@riverlandweekly.com.au

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Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s some great 8.00 shows in this timeslot 9.30 tonight, so some channel 10.00 8.30 surfing may be 10.00 on the cards. Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s my unique pick. 4.35 9.30 11.00 This four-part series takes three of the 5.05 10.25 12.00 last centuryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most popular child-care 11.00 12.30 handbooks and asks six sets of parents 5.40 to try them out to demonstrate the pros 6.35 11.30 1.30 and cons of each method. 2.00 3.00 Show me the pros 12.20 of the kettle cord. 7.30

Cup â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Blues v Roos 8.30pm, WIN TV3.00

6.00 9.00

6.00

A great form guide 9.30 6.00for all the Super Coach and Dream Team 10.00 6.30 players. 10.00 Players to watch7.00 include Matthew 4.30 7.30and Bryce Gibbs, 11.00 Kreuzer, Marc Murphy 8.00 while for the Roos, if Levi Greenwood 5.00 8.30 12.00 plays, he has potential, defender Daniel 5.30 12.30 Pratt goes well and9.40 Brent Harvey will do 6.00 well to continue the standards of last 6.35 1.30 10.35 year. 5.00 Prototype 11.00

6.00 This 6.25 7.30pm, SBS 6.30

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In a warehouse on 7.00an island in San Francisco Bay, a team 7.30 of engineers and 12.00 doctors are inventing 8.30 the future one 12.30 prototype at a time.10.05 6.35 7.20 1.00 The team looks to10.10 take the world of 7.30 virtual reality into the physical world. What they come up with is a giant, boxing 8.00 2.00 robot, who replicates the movements of the person playing 11.20 the game. 5.00 Sunday 6.30

Sunday 22nd

#HECKTHEMOUT

Which two teams will play in this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s English soccer Carling Cup final? 2. Which club has won the most AFL preseason cups? 3. Which two Scottish soccer clubs play in the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Old Firmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; games? 4. Which city will host the 2012 Summer Olympics? 5. Which country won gold in the womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s soccer at the 2008 Olympics? 6. Which Carlton player was suspended indefinitely for punching and kicking a team-mate at an intra-club practice match? 7. True or false - The colours for the new Gold Coast Football Club will be red, blue, white and yellow? 8. Which area, apart from Western Sydney, is also looking to bring a team into the AFL? 9. Which AFL legend was Essendon coach for 27 years? 10. Which basketball/comedy movie did Michael Jordan and Larry Bird star in, in 1996?

Night 1.30 2.00 6.30pm, WIN TV3.00

7.00

7.55 9.00 4.40 The showâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name is innovative in that it 10.00 9.25 tells you exactly when 5.00 to watch it, not unlike the 7.30 Report. 10.30 6.00 11.00 11.00 6.30 best reporters, A team of Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 7.00that matter and 11.55 breaking the stories 11.30 7.30 12.30 delivering moments8.30 youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll never forget. 1.30 12.00 9.25 It says it is broadcast in front of a live 1.00 10.25 1.55 studio audience but what other sort of studio audience is there if not live?? 2.45 4.30 The 5.30

Monday 23rd

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Biggest Loser 6.00 7.30pm, WIN 106.30

6.00

9.00 6.00 7.00 And then there were 14. 7.30 9.30 Two couples plead8.00 their case to stay 10.00 10.00 at Camp Biggest8.30 Loser at tonightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s elimination but someone 11.00 9.20 must leave. 4.30 12.00 With the annoying 9.35 pink team gone, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m 12.30 5.00 hoping the yellow10.35 girls are scattered 1.30 11.10 5.30 tonight. 6.00 2.00 6.35 Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m addicted (sadly)11.35 but so far itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been 3.00 a great series. 4.30 Eli 5.30

Tuesday 24th

!DELAIDE$UO 4(%3#!-

with CALLUM TRIFONOFF

Wednesday 25th

&EBRUARYTH

1. Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur; 2. Hawthorn with nine; 3. Rangers and Celtic; 4. London; 5. USA; 6. Setanta Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;hAilpin; 7. True; 8. Tasmania; 9. Kevin Sheedy; 10. Space Jam; 11. John McEnroe; 12. Twice; 13. The Isotopes; 14. 6-0; 15. Queensland Roar; 16. 6994 is the number of runs Don Bradman scored during his cricket career; 17. Rajasthan Royals; 18. Dallas Cowboys; 19. Denver Broncos; 20. Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United.

Quizmaster

11. Which tennis player uttered the famous catchphrase â&#x20AC;&#x153;you can not be seriousâ&#x20AC;? many times? 12. How many times did Jimmy Connors win Wimbledon? 13. What is the nickname of the Springfield baseball team in The Simpsons? 14. How much did Melbourne Victory beat Adelaide United by on aggregate in the semi finals of the A League? 15. Who will Adelaide United play in the preliminary final? 16. Why is the ABCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s postal address of 6994 in each city symbolic? 17. Who were the inaugural winners of the Indian Twenty20 Premier League? 18. Which NFL team did Homer Simpson want to own? 19. Which NFL team did Homer end up owning? 20. Who are the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Big 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122; English Premier League teams?

Saturday 21st

&EBRUARYST

4.30 Bringing 5.30

3.00 Stone 10.30pm, WIN TV 6.05

6.00

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9.00 6.00 Great show that flys7.00 under the radar like 9.30 Osama Bin Laden. 7.30 10.00 8.00 10.00 The late timeslot8.30doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do this 11.00 4.35 enetertaining series9.30 real justice. 12.00 5.05 In the aftermath of their law firmâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s split, Eli 12.30 10.05 5.35 and Jordan struggle10.35 to retain associates. 1.00 At Taylorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s urging, Eli attempts to 11.10 6.35 persuade Matt to stay with the new firm 1.30 2.00 7.30 that Jordan and Eli 11.35 are building. 4.30 Guerilla 5.30

Gardeners 2.00 3.00 8pm, WIN 10 6.00

9.00

Yes, I was thinking monkeys with shovels 6.00 9.30 10.00 10.00 too, but sadly, no. 6.30 When the sun goes 7.00 down and city 4.30 11.00 workers retreat to the 7.30â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;burbsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;, renegade gardeners are out to reclaim the city. 4.55 8.00 11.30 5.45 Six young warriors,8.30 armed with attitude 6.35 12.00 and gardening tools work together to 12.30 9.00 make-over the most barren and concrete7.30 filled spaces in our cities.


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Thursday 19th

4.30 G.P. 5.30 Spicks And Specks 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 The War 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address 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 Bringing Up Baby 9.30 Q&A 10.25 Lateline 11.00 Lateline Business 11.30 Live From Abbey Road 12.20 Wildside

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC Asia Pacific News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.35 Einstein Factor 5.05 The Cook And The Chef 5.40 Naked Science 6.35 Scrapheap Challenge 7.30 Something In

The Air 8.00 Spicks And Specks 8.30 Chandon Pictures 9.00 Ruddy Hell! Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Harry And Paul 9.30 Romanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Empire 10.00 Headcases 10.25 The Peter Serfinowicz Show 10.55 Spaced 11.20 Book Group

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Moonlighting 2.00 Shark 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Hope & Faith 4.00 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 7.00 Home And Away 7.30 Ghost Whisperer 8.30 Grey's Anatomy 9.30 Private Practice 10.30 Scrubs 11.30 Beauty And The Geek

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 The Doctors 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 The 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 Taken Out 12.30 Orange Roughies

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 TV Around The World 1.30 Blizzard: Race To The Pole 2.30 Dateline 3.30 Alain Ducasse At The Plaza AthenĂŠe 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour 5.30 FIFA Futbol

Mundial 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.35 Inspector Rex 8.30 Tibet: Murder In The Snow 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: 13 Tzameti (France) 11.40 Queer As Folk 12.35 Movie: El Bonaerense (Argentina) 2.20 Weatherwatch

Friday 20th

4.30 G.P. 5.30 Spicks And Specks 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Perfect Disasters 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 I Can Jump Puddles 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 Trial And Retribution 9.40 Dalziel And Pascoe 10.35 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 The New Inventors 5.00 7.30 Select 5.30 Catalyst 6.00 Compass 6.35 Scrapheap Challenge

7.30 Something In The Air: Helen, Megan and Ryan quit their jobs at 3ES. 8.00 Basketball: WNBL: Dandenong v Sydney Uni 10.00 Soundtrack To My Life 10.25 Planet Rock Profiles 10.55 Freshmen On Campus 11.20 London Live

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Moonlighting 2.00 Shark 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Hope & Faith 4.00 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: 2009 NAB Cup: Carlton v North Melbourne: Telstra Dome 11.15 24 12.15 Win News

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 The Doctors 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 The Biggest Loser 7.30 The Simpsons 8.30 Medium 9.30 Law & Order 10.30 Women's Murder Club 11.20 Ten News 11.50 Sports Tonight 12.20 The Late Show

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers' Guide To Australia 1.30 Museum Of The World 2.30 Jerusalem Cuts 3.30 Blaktrax 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour 5.30 The Clipperton

Expedition 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.30 The Machine That Made Us 8.35 As It Happened 9.30 World News 10.00 A Lady's Guide To Brothels 11.10 Movie: L'Idole (France) 1.10 Movie: Cazuza: Time Doesn't Stop (Brazil)

Saturday 21st

SBS

5.00 Rage 11.00 Executive Stress 11.30 The Cook And The Chef 12.00 Stateline 12.30 Australian Story 1.00 Basketball: WNBL 2008/09: Dandenong v Sydney University: Highlights 2.00 Bowls: Australian Open

6.00 Totally Frank 6.25 Minuscule 6.30 Gardening Australia 7.00 ABC News 7.30 New Tricks 8.30 The Bill 10.05 ABC News 10.10 The Last Detective: One shocking revelation after another tests Dangerous Davies. 11.20 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 Einstein Factor: Presented by Peter Berner 8.00 At The Movies: Join Margaret and

David as they review the latest in cinema releases. 8.35 Movie: The Academy Season: The Last Picture Show: Timothy Bottoms and Jeff Bridges 10.45 Movie: Three Men In A Boat: Laurence Harvey, Jimmy Edwards and David Tomlinson

6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.30 Danoz 12.00 Britannia High 2.00 Movie: Get A Clue 3.50 Out Of The Blue 4.20 Seconds From Disaster 5.30 Destination New Zealand 6.00 Seven News 6.30 In The Bush With Malcolm

Douglas 7.30 Kath & Kim 8.00 The Vicar Of Dibley 8.40 Movie: Sister Act: Whoopi Goldberg 10.45 Movie: Stuck On You: Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear 12.50 Movie: Playing Mona Lisa: Alicia Witt 3.30 It Is Written 4.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Dateline NBC

6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 Video Hits 11.30 Star Wars: The Clone Wars 12.00 Golf: Johnnie Walker Classic: Perth 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Sports Tonight 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 AFL: 2009 NAB Cup: Geelong v Adelaide: Telstra Dome

9.00 Movie: Jaws 11.30 Rush: Josh, Grace and Michael are involved in a fatal car accident. 12.30 Taken Out: Presented by James Kerley 1.00 Angel 2.00 Home Shopping 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 Sketches Of Frank Gehry 2.30 Bone 3.25 Art In The 21st Century 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Singles Club 6.00 Classical Destinations 6.30 World News

7.30 Prototype This 8.30 The Iron Chef 9.20 Rockwiz 10.00 Movie: The Illustrated Family Doctor (Australia): Samuel Johnson and Colin Friels 11.45 SOS 12.50 Bro' Town 1.15 Nighty Night: Sue tells Jill that Cath is pregnant. 1.50 Weatherwatch

Sunday 22nd

TEN

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 War Of The World 3.00 Da Vinci Detective 4.40 Conversations With Australian Artists 5.00 Sunday Arts 6.00 At The Movies 6.30 Einstein Factor 7.00 ABC News 7.30 Wild Caribbean 8.30 Cranford 9.25 Compass 10.25 Napoleon, David

7.00 Marvin Gaye: Greatest Hits 1976 7.55 Willie Nelson And Friends 9.25 New Order: Live In New York City 11.00 Beautiful Noise: Feist 11.55 London Live 12.30 Red Dwarf 1.30 Planet Rock Profiles 1.55 Pop[b]session 2.45 A Little Later

3.05 T.Rex 4.10 triple j tv 5.05 Classic Albums 6.00 21 Years Of Compass 7.00 Artscape 7.30 Sunday Arts 8.30 Art Of Spain 9.20 Stone Upon Stone Upon Stone 9.30 Stealing Klimt 10.20 My Stamp Collection 10.30 Captain Cook

6.00 Get Ed 6.30 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.30 Weekend Sunrise 11.30 According To Jim 12.00 The Terrible Lizards Of Oz 1.00 To Be Advised 1.30 Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Ironman Series 3.00 Home

Improvement3 3.30 A Boy Among Polar Bears 5.00 The Rich List 5.30 Deal Or No Deal 6.00 Seven News 6.30 Sunday Night 7.30 Border Security 8.00 Triple Zero Heroes 8.30 City Homicide 9.30 Bones 10.30 24 11.30 The First 48

6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong With Brian Houston 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 8.00 Meet The Press 8.30 Video Hits 12.00 Golf: Johnnie Walker Classic: Perth 5.00 Ten News 5.30 Out Of The Blue 6.00 The Simpsons 6.30 The Biggest

7.30 So You Think You Can Dance Australia 9.30 Rove 10.40 True Hollywood Story: Heath Ledger 11.40 The Office 12.10 Taken Out 12.40 Video Hits 1.00 Home Shopping 2.30 Copeland 3.00 Life Today 3.30 Benny Hinn

5.00 Weatherwatch 6.25 World Watch 10.00 Mythbusters 11.00 Island Fettlers 11.30 Parra 12.00 National Futsal Championships 1.00 Speedweek 2.00 FIA World Rally Championship 2009 3.00 2010 FIFA World Cup Magazine 3.30 UEFA Champions League Magazine

4.00 Football Feature: Bordeaux v Galatasaray 5.00 The World Game 6.00 Thalassa 6.30 World News 7.30 Lost Worlds 8.30 Dateline 9.30 Movie: Twin Sisters (The Netherlands) 11.50 Fifty Years! Of Love? 12.50 Autopsy 1.45 Weatherwatch

Monday 23rd

WIN SA

4.30 G.P. 5.30 Spicks And Specks 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Landline 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Poirot 1.30 The Cook And The Chef 2.00 Parliament 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 The Cut 10.35 Lateline 11.10 Lateline Business 11.35 The Russian Revolution In Colour

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 Scrapheap Challenge

7.30 Something In The Air 8.00 Red Dwarf: The Red Dwarf arrives back on earth, but time and people are running backwards. 8.30 Good Game 9.00 triple j tv 9.30 Code Geass 10.00 New Order: Live In New York City 11.30 Cowboy Bebop

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Moonlighting 2.00 Shark 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Hope & Faith 4.00 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 How I Met Your Mother 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 The Doctors 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 The Biggest Loser 7.30 So You Think You Can Dance Australia 8.30 Good News Week 9.30 Dexter 10.35 Ten News 11.20 The Late Show

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.10 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 The Food Lovers' Guide To Australia 1.30 Living With Illegals 2.30 Dateline 3.30 Why Democracy? 4.30 World Watch 5.00 The Crew

5.30 Corner Gas 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News 7.30 Top Gear 9.00 Drawn Together 9.30 World News 10.00 Mighty Boosh 10.35 Skins 11.30 Movie: Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (Japan) 1.30 Movie: Golden Chicken 2 (Hong Kong) 3.15 Weatherwatch

Tuesday 24th

ABC 2

4.30 G.P. 5.30 Spicks And Specks 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Parkinson 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 Einstein Factor 1.00 The New Inventors 1.30 Catalyst 2.00 Parliament

3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.05 Time Team 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 Lead Balloon 8.30 Doctor Who 9.30 Foreign Correspondent 10.05 Artscape 10.35 Lateline 11.10 Lateline Business 11.35 Four Corners

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 Scrapheap Challenge 7.30 Something In

The Air 8.00 Australian Story 8.30 Rose And Maloney 9.20 The Bill: Two brothers confess to the same crime. 10.50 MDA: An anaesthetistâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s suspicions are raised by the high rate of infant deaths within his own hospital.

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Moonlighting 2.00 Shark 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Hope & Faith 4.00 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 RSPCA Animal Rescue 8.00 Find My Family 8.30 Packed To The Rafters 9.30 All Saints 10.30 Eli Stone 11.30 Dirty Sexy Money

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 The Doctors 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 The 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 Taken Out 12.30 Home Shopping

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.20 World Watch 7.15 Weatherwatch 7.25 World Watch 1.00 The Storm Rages Twice 2.00 Don Matteo 3.00 Here Comes The Neighbourhood 3.30 Gladiatrix 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Corner Gas 6.00 The World

Game: Extra Time 6.30 World News 7.30 Insight 8.30 India Reborn 9.30 World News 10.00 Hot Docs: The Times Of Harvey Milk 11.35 Movie: The Forced March (Russia): Vladimir Volga 1.35 Iraq's Missing Billions 2.30 Weatherwatch

Wednesday 25th

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4.30 G.P. 5.30 Spicks And Specks 6.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 10.00 School Programs 11.00 Battle Of The Brains 11.30 Walking With Cavemen 12.00 Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club Address

1.30 Talking Heads 2.00 Parliament 3.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 6.00 Queen's Cavalry 6.30 The Cook And The Chef 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30 Report 8.00 New Inventors 8.30 Spicks And Specks 9.00 Chandon Pictures

6.00 ABC News Breakfast 9.00 ABC Asia Pacific News 9.30 Business Today 10.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 4.30 A Place In Greece 4.55 Speed Machines 5.45 Time Team 6.35 Scrapheap Challenge 7.30 Something In

The Air 8.00 Body Hits 8.30 Eataholics 9.30 Maybe Baby: Follows six women in their 30s and 40s as they pursue pregnancy through assisted reproductive technology. 10.30 My Teenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s A Nightmare 11.20 Plumpton High Babies

6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show 11.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 11.30 Alive And Cooking 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Moonlighting 2.00 All Saints 3.00 Home And Away 3.30 Hope & Faith 4.00 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 Australia's Got Talent 8.30 Criminal Minds 9.30 Gangs Of Oz 10.30 Lost 11.30 How I Met Your Mother 12.00 Win News

6.00 Ten News 7.00 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Programs 9.00 9am 11.00 Ten News 12.00 The Doctors 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: Rachel searches for a way through to Zeke. 7.00 The Biggest Loser 8.00 Guerrilla Gardeners 8.30 House 9.30 Life 10.30 Ten News 11.15 The Late Show

5.00 Weatherwatch 5.30 World Watch 6.00 UEFA Champions League: Arsenal v Roma: London 8.30 World Watch 3.30 Football Stars Of Tomorrow 4.00 World Watch 4.30 Newshour 5.30 Corner Gas 6.00 Global Village 6.30 World News

7.30 Feast India 8.00 Tales From The Palaces 8.30 Tribe 9.30 World News 10.00 Movie: Babylon Disease (Sweden): Nina Wähä and Paulina Hawliczek 11.35 Movie: Musa (South Korea): Ahn Sung-Ki 2.20 Weatherwatch


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East Murray commits to go around another year but...

PLAYERS WANTED By LES PEARSON

Luke lobs out of pro tournament By BRAD PERRY

HE IS quick on his feet, has a lightning quick serve and has a knowledgeable tennis brain to match, all at the age of 15. Cobdogla boy Luke Saville began the much awaited Berri-view Futures tennis tournament on Tuesday, pairing up with the former doubles ranked New Zealander Daniel King-Turner in the doubles tournament. The Riverland hopeful was handed a wildcard into the qualifying round alongside professional players from around the world. Sadly his campaign ended quickly yesterday, going down 6-4 6-4 to 19 year old Matthew Reid. Saville said it was a bit of a shock to be playing in such a big tournament at a young age but was excited about testing himself against the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;prosâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. â&#x20AC;&#x153;If I wanna (sic) be up with the best tennis players, I have to test myself against the older guys and win matches,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m confident with my game and I will try my best. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve trained really hard and I am just going to take it one match at a time.â&#x20AC;? The future tennis star was brought up in Cobdogla and at the age of 10 moved to Adelaide to jug-

â&#x2013;  WILDCARD: Cobdogla lad Luke Saville is taking the first steps towards what promises to be a succesful professional tennis career. Photo: JANE WILSON gle his tennis career and school. While Saville said he is not feeling as much pressure as some of his opponents, he was certainly under a weight of expectation.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;There is a high expectation and the bar is set quite high,â&#x20AC;? he said. It has been over a year since Saville has visited the Berri-view

Tennis Club courts and he is impressed by the facilities and glad to be playing back in the Riverland where his family still lives. â&#x2013;  Continued Page 15

EAST Murray Football Club are putting the call out for potential players as the club aims to continue its involvement in Independent football for the 2009 season. Club president Darren Zadow confirmed the club is focussed on fielding a team in both the A grade and under 17s this year, although attracting new players has been hard to date. â&#x20AC;&#x153;At this stage we plan to go around again but recruiting hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been all that successful,â&#x20AC;? he said. With new coach Ben Reichstein taking over this season, Mr Zadow is hopeful that people will come out of the woodwork in coming weeks when training begins. After suffering a knee injury, Reichstein has been looking to keep involved with the club, leading to his first crack at running the show. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Benny has been around the club for a lot of years,â&#x20AC;? Mr Zadow said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t do much other than give him as much support as I can.â&#x20AC;? The club will be holding a meet the coach day on February 28 and training gets underway on March 4. With the retirements of club stalwarts Dave Francis and Rob Winen and a few players leaving the club in the middle of last season due to changes in work conditions, Mr Zadow said the club was facing a familiar battle. â&#x2013;  Continued Page 16

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