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Back to the carts By Jeremy Sollars THE rolling Swanfels Valley east of Warwick will once again be the backdrop for this year’s Heavy Horse Day at the property of popular local identity Mick Bradford. The 16th Heavy Horse Day is on Sunday 23 October from 9am and will feature a packed program of working old-time farming displays including blacksmithing, wheel wrighting, hay making, chaff making, corn shelling and all done with true horsepower. Mick’s Clydedales are something of a local icon and never fail to impress and this year they’ll be joined by a team of eight bullocks who will haul timber and wagons, recalling the region’s rich timber industry heritage. All proceeds from the day go to RACQ LifeFlight - formerly CareFlight - and the day is run in conjunction with the Killarney Lions Club. “Bring the kids for a once-in-alifetime chance to see how things used to be done, without all the show and shine,” Mick said. “The Killarney Lions will again have food and drink in the big blue tent. “There will also be pancakes, ice cream and syrup, Sno Cones, camp oven damper, an ice cream van, market stalls, jumping castle and an animal nursery. “Displays will include axes, whips, horse bits, harness making, and a local blacksmith and wheelwright.” Mick will be working his famous
Mick Bradford, right, and good mate and Heavy Horse Day volunteer Richard Wheeldon and friends are preparing for the big day on Sunday. “horse works” which pumps water, threshes corn and slices pumpkin. Mick said he’s a little concerned about the weather outlook for the weekend which at this stage is for showers but is hopeful the black soil paddocks of Swanfels won’t be too far drenched to allow the working
displays to go ahead. Check the Free Times Facebook page for an update on Saturday. Photos will be available for sale on the day. Mick Bradford’s Heavy Horse Day has raised almost $100,000 for LifeFlight over the past 16 years.
The Heavy Horse Demonstration Charity Day is on Sunday 23 October from 9am at 122 Swanfels Road, Yangan. Take the Yangan Road from Warwick and follow the signs. Adult entry is $10 and kids under 15 can enter for free.
No joy! Resort project canned By Jeremy Sollars THE China-based owners of Cherrabah Homestead Resort at Elbow Valley east of Warwick have pulled the pin on a massive planned expansion of the resort following lengthy negotiations with the Southern Downs Regional Council. This week Joyful View Garden Real Estate Development Resort Co Pty Ltd asked the council to cancel its development approval for a multi-million dollar five-star redevelopment of Cherrabah which would have seen the resort turned into a mini-city. The approval granted in 2012 was for 934 new residential units with around a third to have been occupied by permanent residents and the rest tourists - along with a new golf course, airstrip, conference and function centres and restaurants. The project became mired in
legal negotiations with the council over conditions, including significant road and other infrastructure requirements and upgrades, and federal environmental investigations into rare species such as the spottedtailed quoll. Many Elbow Valley residents were sceptical about the availability of water for the massive project, with talk at one stage of a pipeline being built from Warwick’s Leslie Dam to supply the new development. A council spokeswoman said the legal bill to ratepayers over negotiations on Cherrabah had cost ratepayers around $64,000 since 2012. Some of the council conditions the Chinese owners - brothers Wenxing Ma and Wenwei Ma - had disputed were requirements to significantly upgrade Keoghs and O’Deas Roads which provide the main access to Cherrabah, along
with other requirements to construct a fire station on the site and provision of water services. A council spokeswoman confirmed that Joyful View had requested the development approval be cancelled on Wednesday 12 October. “Following extensive negotiations with the owners of Cherrabah, this matter was settled in the Planning and Environment Court on 16 September 2016, when the solicitors for Cherrabah withdrew their appeal to the court,” the spokeswoman said. “Subsequently the owners of Cherrabah requested that council cancel the development approval for the Cherrabah development on the 12 October 2016. “It is understood that Cherrabah may approach council with other applications for tourist-related uses to be carried out in association with the existing resort.”
The Cherrabah expansion had been touted to bring an influx of Chinese visitors to the region, tapping into the lucrative spending power of the new Chinese middle class. The Ma brothers had planned to maintain the “bush experience” for which Cherrabah is renowned to offer to overseas visitors, combined with five-star accommodation and facilities. A spokesman for Joyful View said cancelling the project approval had been a “strategic decision”. “We have made that decision as the current market is quite tight,” the spokesman said. “However we are still keen to invest in some other small-scale tourism projects for Cherrabah and we will work with the council for other potential opportunities in Cherrabah and Warwick.”
In brief Four months’ jail A WARWICK man found guilty of repeatedly molesting an underage girl will spend just four months behind bars. The 73-year-old, who cannot by law be named in order to protect the identity of the victim, was found guilty on Thursday 13 October by a Toowoomba District Court jury of indecent treatment of a child under 16 and maintaining a sexual relationship with a child under 16. The Crown case was that the man had repeatedly molested the girl over a period of time when the girl, now aged 18, had been about 13 or 14 years old and the man was aged 67 to 69. The court heard the offending took place while the man and the girl were engaged in equestrian competitions outside Warwick and on properties in the Warwick area. The female complainant told the court that the man would put his hand down her shirt touching her breasts and rub his hand over the outside of her jeans near her pubic area. She said the incidents had occurred virtually every time they were alone but she had been afraid to tell anyone until an argument with her parents in 2014 prompted her to make a complaint to the police. Judge David Searles said he accepted the man was of otherwise good character and had no previous criminal history, before sentencing him to 18 months’ jail, to be suspended after serving four months’ actual time behind bars.
Autopsy completed AN autopsy on the body of a Warwick woman who lay dead in her Percy Street home for six weeks before being discovered has been completed, but other tests are still to be carried out, police have confirmed. As reported in the Free Times last Thursday 13 October, police were forced to gain entry to the residence of the 63-year-old after neighbours raised the alarm on the previous Tuesday. The same neighbours had alerted police to their concerns three weeks before, but police advised they had no powers to act. A Queensland Police Service (QPS) spokesman told the Free Times the cause of the woman’s death was yet to be determined. “An autopsy has been completed but other analysis, such as toxicology, is still being carried out,” the spokesman said. “As with all deaths where the cause is unknown, a report will be prepared for the Queensland Coroner. There were no suspicious circumstances in this particular case.”
Wild dog woes AS WILD dogs continue to ravage the sheep and cattle industries, the Queensland Government’s five-month delay to work out how to spend pest management funding to only then allocate the lion share to an existing scheme has been slammed by Maranoa MP David Littleproud. “I’m appalled it’s taken the Labor State Government five months to work out how to spend vital funding to address the wild dog scourge in my electorate,” Mr Littleproud said. Mr Littleproud – whose electorate spans more than 42 per cent of rural Queensland – criticised the State Government’s inability to swiftly handle the crisis, affecting the economy of rural towns being held to ransom in the jaws of wild dogs.
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THE 2016 Rodeo Queen Quest dinner was held at the weekend. FREE Times photographer TERRY WEST was there to capture the gala event ahead of the biggest week on the Warwick calendar.
From left the Rodeo Queen runner-up Nicole Evans, 2016 Queen Ashleigh Grant and 2015 Queen Georgie Stower with MP Lawrence Springborg. Pictures: TERRY WEST
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Bradley and Anna Urban at the 2016 Rodeo Queen dinner.
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Our rodeo girl’s still in By Jeremy Sollars
Sharni Collins is aiming for her second buckjumping win in a row at this year's Warwick Rodeo.
the buckjump for years until he finally gave in,” Sharni said. “Before I first competed in 2014 he bought an Eddie Fisher rough-ride vest and pretended he’d bought it for himself, but it was actually for me. “He’s a real trooper - the poor old boy has no sons so I try and fly the Collins flag. “Dad taught me to ride, there’s a photo of me on the back of a horse two days after I was born.” While Sharni - a travel consultant for Helloworld Warwick - lives in town these days she spends most of her free time riding out at her parents’ hobby farm at Karara. She’s mourning the loss a month ago of her favourite barrel racing mount Flash, who passed away at 22, and who was partly the source of inspiration for having a go at the buckjump. “He bucked once during the barrel racing, the crowd were cheering for me to stay on which I managed to do,” Sharni said. Sharni’s cousin, saddle bronc competitor Mark Collins of Wheatvale, will be on hand
SHARNI Collins has no real preparation regime for the Ladies’ Poly Buckjump at this year’s Warwick Rodeo - she just plans to “hop on and have a crack”. Last year’s winner of the event is hoping to repeat her success in 2016, perhaps minus the broken wrist she sustained after her winning effort in 2015. Sharni said she had no recollection of putting her hand out as she fell backwards from her ride last year on the Friday night of rodeo competition but the result was six weeks in a cast. She’s also lining up for her first shot at the Ladies Steer Ride at the 2016 Rodeo. The former barrel racer in her high school years, now aged 27, is the youngest of the five daughters of Karara’s Ray and Del Collins. Sharni said while her dad had always strongly encouraged her rodeo competitiveness he also had the safety of the youngest of his offspring at the front of his mind. “He refused to let me go in
again at the rodeo this year to assist. “Mark helps me with preparation before the event, I use his reins and other gear, and he gives me some last minute advice,” she said. “I’m feeling good about my chances, I’m reasonably confident. “I’m just going to hop on and have a crack.” The Ladies Stock Saddle (Poly) Buckjump will be held at 5.30pm on the night of Friday 28 October, of the 2016 Rodeo weekend, ahead of the Grand Entry to the showgrounds arena and more nighttime rodeo competition. Action in the 2016 Carlton Dry Warwick Rodeo National Finals and Pryde’s EasiFeed Warwick Gold Cup Campdraft kicks off this Monday 24 October with the first round of the Black Toyota Canning Downs Campdraft. See next week’s Free Times and website for more rodeo and campdraft previews and for more information and the full program visit www.warwickshowandrodeo.com.au.
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in the district on our internal timber walls which Justin has been instrumental in creating, using timber from Howard and Sons in Warwick and sourcing materials from other local hardware and other suppliers. “It’s a really welcoming, relaxing atmosphere - you can enjoy a drink or a liqueur coffee in our comfortable lounge area before or after your meal, as a number of our patrons have already discovered.” Along with the historic new look Clippers has welcomed new head chef Ben Nunns, who has family links to Warwick and has landed here after around 12 years in head chef roles in the fast-paced food scene of the Sunshine Coast, including a stint at Spicers Clovelly Estate at Montville. Ben said that he is loving the change of pace and sourcing local produce including beef from Warwick’s Bells Butchery and
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Self-centred UNDER the leadership of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, the most self-centred man ever to enter Federal Parliament, the Coalition Government appears to have no purpose and direction. The government does not even address the issue of the enormous national debt left by Labor. Why are we not told now much we owe and to whom? Why will Treasurer Morrison not give us the facts? To what extent has the debt worsened? What plans do we have to eventually liquidate the debt? The worst that could possibly happen to our country is the re-election of Labor and this is becoming more likely. The unions own and control Labor at all levels and the replacement of the former Senator Conroy is cause for alarm. To add to confusion and alarm, pensioners are in the firing line. I welcome any move to call a halt to fraud but is the issue of fraud to be addressed by the same people who allowed it to happen? There is mention of an increase of $3 per week to some pensioners. I would suggest there is not a politician in Australia today, be they federal, state or local, with an understanding of such a measure of finance. It is up to Malcolm Turnbull to turn away from the mirrors and microphones and provide the leadership the country expects of him. Lou Rowan, Yangan.
Looks like fraud? UNDER the Queensland criminal code, the offence of fraud states: ‘that any person who takes money by a trick or a wilful false promise commits a crime’. It is clear the banks taking insurance monies fulfilling the obligations they promise are committing a crime. A recent case of failing to make a payout due to a ruling on a suicide when the coroner’s inquiry found the death was an accidental overdose is evidence enough for a fraud prosecution. However, it is doubtful the public will see any action forthcoming from the so-called banking parliamentary three-day questioning fiasco organised by PM Malcolm. It is because the banks are too big and intimidating even for the Federal Government? Jay Nauss, Glen Aplin.
Bringing the pain TO THIS newly-elected council, since you have been elected you have brought nothing but pain and suffering to the ratepayers. I think councillors and the CEO all live under a rock. If you think you can get away with charging
an extra $100 and you want people to move here with your ridiculous rates and other ridiculous laws you impose on people, take a longer look at yourselves. Forget about your next pay rise as you have done nothing other than polish your seats at the Taj Mahal. I see the coloured photos of councillors starting to reappear in the local newspapers, but I would like to say 99 per cent of ratepayers know who you are without seeing your photos. Also why should the smaller communities pay for infrastructure which they are not connected to? Most of the small communities’ water is supplied from bores and smelly creeks. So I would like to invite the mayor and deputy mayor to Karara if they know where it is and have a look at the water which is supplied at $1.46 a kilolitre which is almost not suitable to water your gardens. W. Long, Karara.
Rates on the rise THE annual rate notice of 2000-'01 for the shire of Warwick for my Allora property was $472.20. By 2009-'10 it was $1086.04 and the latest dated 2016-'17 was $2182.53. How then can it be possible to read in the Courier-Mail of the 12 October 2016 that half of councils are in debt, with 24 forecasting deficits for the next decade? There are 34 councils that rely primarily on grant funding rather than on their own revenue streams. Could an administrator do better? The Queensland audit office has released damning report that many local governments have reached a tipping point where they will soon no longer be able to maintain roads, water pipes and sewerage. This Southern Downs Regional Council will please explain what is their state of affairs. Why, with half the rating costs to Warwick Council keeping the shires afloat, the Southern Downs Regional Council twice their rating level are unable to even mow footpaths and park areas? Are they one of the councils at tipping point? Melba Morris, Allora.
and inspected underground housing for government officials in the event of nuclear war. Russians are preparing. Russia supports the Syrian government, but the USA helps rebels. Isis fights everyone! From the South Coast of Yemen anti-ship missiles were fired at the USS Mason. The USA responded by firing missiles at targets inside Yemen. Iran then sent a fleet to the area and an American Naval Carrier Strike Group was dispatched. Communist Chinese ignore international protests at their seizure of islands and blocked sea lanes. North Korea keeps testing long-range missiles. NATO is useless and Europe is full of Muslim illegals. Britain has a defence force suitable only for a small nation. Australia has a posturing PM and an uninspiring Opposition Leader. Growing large scale conflict is obvious in nearly every geopolitical hotspot e.g., Syria, Yemen, Ukraine and the Philippines. The Canberra Times, a most ‘progressive’ publication, ignored the recent ‘Allah Akbar’ killing and attacks in North Queensland. Meanwhile our tax-payer funded ABC promotes same sex marriage sought by less than two per cent of our people and ridicules Australians with the audacity to exercise freedom of speech. Daniel 9:27 gets closer every day! Geoff Pickering, Warwick.
Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Thumbs Up TO the family who stopped, picked me up and gave me a lift home Monday night during the blackout as they were concerned for my safety when they noticed me walking on my own. Thankyou for being so kind and God bless you!
Fly away home MR PUTIN has ordered Russian officials to fly their relatives living abroad back to Russia as his officials and politicians return urgently to the “Fatherland”. Tensions between Russia and the United States have recently reached Cold War levels. On 13 October, the USA National Security Condition status went to DEFCON 3. (While there are currently no imminent nuclear threats against the USA, the situation is fluid and can change rapidly). Russia recently conducted civil defence drills
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Thumbs Down TO the male driver who tailgated me on the highway during the storm this week. What is wrong with people, you could have caused a serious accident.
Meet the staff WELCOME to the first of a series of profiles on Southern Free Times staff members, where we ask them a series of random questions to help readers get to know them better. First cab off the rank is advertising account executive, radio personality and general man-about-town Bryan Pask ... Q1. What’s your favourite thing to do when you’re not at the Free Times? Relax, TV, music, movies and hanging out with my lady Cathy. Q2. Which celebrity do you get mistaken for? Robert Redford. Q3. What was your favourite food as a child? Eggs. Q4. Can you play a musical instrument and if so which one is it? Used to play guitar. Q5. What bird most accurately represents your personality? A peacock. Q6. What annoys you so much you could stab yourself in the eye with a biro? Noise when relaxing - i.e. a barking dog. Q7. What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten? Snails. Q8: What’s the strangest talent you have? Crosswords, memory. Q9: Who was your first crush? Suzanne, in Grade 5. Q10. What scares you? Maybe a savage dog? Q11. Dogs or cats? Both - depends on the individual animal. Q12. Favourite word? “Sensational!” Q13. You get handed a free plane ticket to anywhere. Where do you go? The USA. Q14. If you could be born into history as any famous person who would it be and why? Winston Churchill - a remarkable life and a significant presence. Q15. You can press a button that will make any one person explode. Who would you blow up? Kevin Rudd.
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Small towns plans
By Jeremy Sollars BUSINESS and how to attract it to our small towns will be the topic of a two-day conference at Killarney in early November. Killarney Area Promotions Association (KAPA) will host the event, funded by a $4000 from the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal program and the Silvia and Charles Viertel Charitable Foundation. KAPA president Paul Stumkat said the event was the brainchild of vice-president Judy Abernethy and was part of KAPA’s program of making Killarney “one of the best places to live and work on the Southern Downs”. Ms Abernethy said the conference title was ‘Inspiration for Small Towns - Economic Development’ and will feature keynote speakers from other Australian regions giving presentations on their own economic development journeys and “the good, the bad and the ugly”. “The conference is designed to inspire Southern Downs local communities on how to bring more business to our communities,” she said. “It will be held in Killarney where we already have significant current tourist visitation and very little infrastructure to continue to develop the tourism visits and associated business. “Business people, tourist operators, individuals interested in economic futures and representatives of community groups throughout the Southern Downs Shire will be encouraged to attend. “Each individual and each little community which engages with this ‘ideas fest’ for regional economic development will have their own
Grafton Street is looking a little barer after the removal of the London plane trees.
They are “Tanny” boys IN last week’s Southern Free Times a story on WWII field ambulance veteran Tom Phillips incorrectly stated that Tom’s wartime mates Reece Tart and Tom Gribben hailed from Yangan. Thanks go to SFT reader and Tannymorel resident Gloria Thompson for pointing out for the record that Reece and Tom were in fact both “Tanny” boys.
Rain watchers wanted On the front foot: From left, Killarney Heritage Centre president Tony Pearson, KAPA vice-president Judy Abernethy, Wickham Farms manager Kerri-Ann Lamb, Killarney Co-op administration manager Marissa Costello and KAPA president Paul Stumkat. creative responses to the stories and experiences that will be shared during the two days. “The conference is an opportunity for all those interested in economic development futures on the Southern Downs to be on the same page at the same time with regard to what is possible and ideally, will help us all to prioritise development initiatives for the future.” Speakers will include Veronica Davidson, elder of Maleny and economic development specialist, Jane Laverty, economic development officer with Byron Bay Shire Council, John Bylicki, president of Stanthorpe Chamber of Commerce, Associate Professor Jon Willis of
the University of Queensland and Cr Rick Stanfield of the Scenic Rim Council. The conference will be held on Saturday 5 November and Sunday 6 November at the Killarney Senior Citizens’ Centre. Visiting speakers are being accommodated in Killarney by KAPA and all interested guests are invited to join them for dinner at Spring Creek Mountain Cafe on the Saturday evening. The school bus and local Dave Vardy have been engaged to pick up guests at the Senior Citizens Club in Killarney at 6.30 and drive them back to town after the dinner.
For details on speakers, sessions and how to register, visit Killarney. org.au or call Judy Abernethy on 0417 017 812. Wickham Farms and the Killarney Co-op are key sponsors of the event. KAPA is also finalising plans to install a ‘Welcome to Killarney’ entrance statement symbolic of the area on the road into town on the rise known locally as ‘Killarney Hill’. The group is currently awaiting approval from Transport and Main Roads. Updates to follow in the Free Times. More Killarney news today on pages 14 and 15...
Hit and run cyclist death trial begins By Jeremy Sollars LEGAL argument this week delayed the start of the trial of a truck driver charged with the hit and run death of a cyclist near Inglewood on Anzac Day 2014. Geoffrey Joseph Sleba, 44, pleaded not guilty in the Warwick District Court on Monday, 17 October, to dangerous operation of a vehicle, causing death and leaving the scene of an accident. The Crown case alleges that former Tamworth veterinarian Dr Martin Pearson was killed after being struck by a truck being driven by Sleba while competing in a road cycling event on the Inglewood-Millmerrran Road around 3.15pm on the day
in question. The Crown further alleges that Sleba kept driving after the collision while Dr Pearson lay on the side of the road with fatal injuries. The jury for the trial was sworn in shortly before 11am on Monday but was directed to leave the courtroom for more than an hour while the Crown Prosecutor and Sleba’s defence counsel Peter Davis QC argued a series of points regarding evidence before Her Honour Judge Deborah Richards. The trial was then adjourned early on Monday afternoon and resumed on Tuesday. The Crown has a list of nearly 40 witnesses to call to
the stand, including more than a dozen police officers. Dr Pearson’s wife Sandy Vigar and a number of supporters have been in the public gallery at the Warwick Courthouse for the trial this week, along with supporters of Sleba. The court has so far heard evidence from Ms Vigar and from witnesses who discovered Dr Pearson’s body and mangled bicycle on the roadside, and other witnesses who were travelling on the road at the time of the accident. The trial before Judge Richards is expected to continue into next week. Updates online each day at www.freetimes.com.au
ERGON Energy says the blackouts in Warwick and surrounding areas on Monday arose as a result of a “relatively brief, but very intense storm” that passed over the Darling Downs mid-afternoon. A spokesman said direct lightning strikes on aerial earth wires near both the Warwick bulk supply substation and the East Warwick substation had a “major impact” on the network during the storm. “The force of the lightning strikes broke aerial earth wires at both locations and these wires then fell on to the high-voltage lines underneath, causing the network protection system to operate as intended to immediately cut the power supply,” the spokesman told the Free Times. “The lines between the Warwick bulk supply substation and both the
East and West Warwick substation were affected, along with two of the feeder lines out of the East Warwick substation. “As a result, all 4200 customers normally supplied from the West Warwick substation had their power interrupted from 3.16pm until 8.39pm when repairs were completed.” He said in the case of East Warwick substation, power was restored to some of the 5000 affected customers prior to crews undertaking repairs by reconfiguring the network so they could take supply from other feeder lines. “About 2000 customers were supplied from the Stanthorpe feeder around 5pm and a similar number were supplied from another feeder line about 6.30pm,” the spokesman said.
Shots fired: any witnesses WARWICK police are calling for information from the public after shots were fired at a Gilbert Street residence on Monday 17 October night. Officers from the Taskforce Maxima Outlaw Motorcycle Gang squad are also understood to be investigating. A police spokesman said initial investigations indicated that about 8pm on Monday a vehicle stopped in front of a Gilbert Street residence and a person fired a number of shots at the house. Four adults were at the residence at the time of the incident however no one was injured. The vehicle, believed to be a dark coloured sedan, was last seen headed toward the Cunningham Highway. It is understood the incident happened shortly after power was restored to the area after Monday’s blackout due to storm damage. Anyone who may have CCTV or dashcam footage in the area is asked to contact Crime Stoppers if they have relevant vision on 1800 333 000.
Axe on plane trees Geoffrey Joseph Sleba. left, outside the Warwick Courthouse this week.
Lightning storm strikes cause blackouts By Jeremy Sollars
THE Free Times is looking for locals around the traps to join our team of ‘rain watchers’. The official Bureau of Meteorology rainfall reports sometimes are at odds with local records, so if you’ve got a backyard rain gauge you keep a constant eye on we’d be keen for you to send in your totals. We’re looking for a bit of a geographical spread, given our readership region includes Warwick and Stanthorpe and all points in between, and extends as far as Allora in the north, Wallangarra and Tenterfield to the south and Inglewood to the west. If you’re interested in sending us regular rainfall reports and seeing your name and locale in print send an email to Free Times editor Jeremy Sollars at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Supply to the remaining 1000 customers had to remain off until 8.33pm so crews could safely repair the network. “The sub-transmission lines from the Warwick bulk supply substation to Stanthorpe, Allora and Killarney substations were not affected by the storm and customers in these areas remained on supply throughout the afternoon and evening.” He said with upgrades to the Warwick network in recent years, it was “unusual” for both the East and West Warwick substations that supply the town area to be out of operation at the same time. “This was the result of the location of the lightning strikes and damage caused,” the spokesman said. “If either substation had been fully operational, it would have been able to supply the majority of
customers from both substations temporarily while repairs were undertaken. “All available Warwick crews were dispatched to respond to the multiple incidents simultaneously, initially prioritising the restoration of power to as many customers as possible before undertaking the repairs. “Ergon Energy understands the concern of some residents about the widespread loss of power in Warwick as a result of yesterday’s storm and also appreciates the supportive comments towards our crews from the majority of locals through social media. “Ergon has invested tens of millions of dollars upgrading the network in the Southern Downs in the past decade, however no electricity network in the world is stormproof.”
GRAFTON Street is looking significantly planer following the removal of a number of London plane trees in the vicinity of the Warwick Post Office. The Southern Downs Regional Council recently and reluctantly uprooted the tress after it was discovered they had caused considerable damage to underground services in Grafton Street. The council has said public consultation will be carried out on a replacement species, but new trees will not be funded until the 2017-2018 budget.
MP on office hunt FEDERAL Member for Maranoa is still on the hunt for office space in Warwick, with officials from the Department of Parliamentary Services having visited Warwick in the past fortnight to inspect potential digs. Mr Littleproud has government-funded offices and staff in Dalby and Roma and recently won approval to open a Warwick office, one of half a dozen federal MPs with electorates large enough to warrant the extra premises, with most metro counterparts having just the one. A spokeswoman said a number of potential premises had been identified and a decision would be made shortly. The office will be staffed by a full-time electorate officer. Mr Littleproud’s predecessor Bruce Scott shared an office with State MP Lawrence Springborg on King Street, which will still be staffed on a Monday and Friday for constituents with Southern Downs state electorate issues.
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Justin Field with Miss Rodeo and Campdraft Karly Crisp.
Visiting once again from the Sunshine Coast were Duncan Hore and Annie Watts.
Stanthorpe Cup winner Sun Will Shine with her strapper, jockey N. Evans and owner Tom Dougell.
Betting was fierce at Stanthorpe on Saturday.
M. Schrapnel rides Surf Ski to the finish in race three at Stanthorpe.
Tom and John Dougall, Stanthorpe Cup winners, with Rod Reeves and Neil Brunckhorst.
Helping at the Stanthorpe Cup are Rick Chapman, Grant Draheim, Sandy Miller and Scott Cobon.
Having a fun day are Eloise Diggin and Lucinda Gregg.
Kimberley Bowman from Stanthorpe with Alex Colihole and Jess Williams.
The Fashions in the Field on Saturday.
The syndicate, owners and trainer of race three winner Surf Ski.
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SUNNY skies were on order for last Saturday’s Central Motors Stanthorpe Cup and Free Times photographer TERRY WEST was there to snap the action on and off the track.
Fine day for Cup fashions
The field in the third race of the day.
Danialo and Reegan from Brisbane enjoy the cup.
Ian and Kellie Brady from Pilton at the Stanthorpe Cup.
Judging the Fashions in the Field are Lorraine Olley, Amy Hill and Brendon Kay.
Having a chat was Nichole Kelly, Stanthorpe Jockey Club president Neil Brunckhorst and Jill Oakenfull.
Warwick locals Stef, Rachel, Haylee and Geordie Beckhouse at the Stanthorpe Cup.
The Free Times was well represented at the Stanthorpe Cup with Casey O'Connor, Cathy Reynolds and Bryan Pask.
Caiden Watson at the Cup with his uncle Kevin Hinch from Stanthorpe.
Some of the entrants in the Fashions on the Field at the Stanthorpe Cup.
Duncan Hore and Annie Watts with Free Times photographer Terry West at the Stanthorpe Cup.
Spoke in backpacker tax wheel as delay is threatened THE Federal Opposition has thrown a spanner into the works of the controversial backpacker tax, threatening to delay legislation in the Senate which would see the tax reduced from 32.5 per cent to 19 per cent. Labor will refer the legislation to a Senate economics committee for review, and says it will finalise its position on the tax after that committee reports back on 7 November. Farmers have expressed dismay and anger at Labor’s plans for another review - the fourth review of backpacker taxes and farm workforce issues this
year. The National Farmers’ Federation has accused Labor of “abandoning” the agriculture sector, calling on the Opposition to pass the bills quickly to give farmers and backpackers certainty on the tax, which is due to take effect on 1 January. Labor has refused to declare a position on appropriate rates for backpacker income taxes, while the Coalition backflipped on its plan to introduce a 32.5 per cent income tax on backpacker workers.
Federal Maranoa MP David Littleproud has also slammed the Opposition, saying it was leaving producers in limbo. “This is an unnecessary delay, negatively impacting on industry and financial security because we’re coming up to peak harvest and tourism season in my electorate,” Mr Littleproud said. “The Coalition Government listened to industry concern in Maranoa and outlined a new plan for the backpacker tax, but now Labor’s stalling this pathway forward, so I call on the
cross benchers to step-up in the Senate and pass the amendments since Labor won’t. “The agriculture and tourism industries make a fundamental contribution to the local economy and often rely on working backpackers, in everything from picking fruit to manning the bar at the local pub. “I’m calling on the Opposition to stop playing politics with this important reform and provide much-needed certainty for producers.” He said the Coalition Government
sought comment on the backpacker tax and more than 1700 stakeholders made submissions to reach a new outcome, cutting the tax rate from 32.5 per cent to 19 per cent. “Labor still had a 32.5 per cent backpacker tax rate in its official election costings, and is still using this as its official policy,” Mr Littleproud said. “The Coalition’s consulted and worked with the agriculture, horticulture and tourism sectors to bring this issue to a resolution, but now Labor’s full of inaction and uncertainty.”
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Focus on Killarney It’s all on offer in beautiful Killarney
side of town there are three great cafes open on the weekends. Veronica’s is distinctive for her hearty home made country cooking, The Gorgeous for its more contemporary approach and particularly the new breakfast menu and Shirl and Sandy’s for that cosy side room and the fabulous views back to the mountains. Killarney’s federation style hotel too is a great drawcard to visitors and always has a busy lunch and dinner crowd particularly on the weekends. Locals love the bowls club on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.
Stunning: Queen Mary Falls are in full flight after the recent rain.
You do need a four-wheel drive to pass through the Cambonoora Gorge, but even just parking at the first of the 14 crossings provides a great starting point for hiking or cycling or picnic spot hunting. Drop in on Killarney and make use of the two parks with playgrounds and one includes a basketball hoop. There is also a skateboard park and an 18 hole golf course. The honesty box says $6 for the first nine balls and $10 for the whole course bring your own clubs. On Willow Street and including Shirl and Sandy’s on the Legume
each are well worth getting out of the car for. Two provide great walks and the picnic table at the Daggs Falls is a treasure for a family lunch or romantic supper spot. The birdlife in the park or outside the cafe at the Queen Mary Waterfalls is just sensational. The very charming Queen Mary Falls Cafe makes it easy for kids to feed the birds and have their photos taken with the most colourful in the area. To find the bower bird’s nests you have to explore further but adults and children alike will be amazed at the bird’s creative ingenuity.
KILLARNEY invites the Southern Downs to bring back the Sunday family drive. Nestled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range it’s not known as “The Scenic Gem of the Southern Downs” for nothing. Killarney is built on the edge of the source of the Condamine River, and the Darling River the longest river system in Australia. It is also positioned on the National Heritage Trail so often hosting adventurers hiking or horse riding the trail. There are three waterfalls and
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Speakers Introduction by SDRC Mayor, Cr.Tracy Dobie Ian Henderson – Australian Vinegars Pty. Ltd. Ass. Professor Jon Willis – UQ – Indigenous Cultural Mapping John Bylicki – President of Stanthorpe Chamber of Commerce Jane Laverty – Economic Development, Byron Bay Council Amelia Salmon – Chair of Qld Social Enterprise Council Tony Charters – Director of Eco-tourism Australia Cr. Rick Stanfield – Scenic Rim Council Veronica Davidson, Maleny Full Programme available online at www.killarney.org.au All tickets available through www.eventbrite.com.au or direct at the PO Counter, Killarney Co-op until Wednesday 2 November.
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WARWICK RODEO Don’t buck the rodeo trend ON THE last full weekend of October every year, the nation’s top rodeo riders and the best broncs and bucking bulls gather for the Warwick Rodeo - known far and wide as Australia’s Most Famous. The riders and the bucking stock come together to try and prove the old saying wrong - “never the horse that couldn’t be rode, never the rider
that couldn’t be throwed”. Warwick Rodeo was immortalized in song by Australian country music legend Buddy Williams in the early 1940s but well before then Warwick had a tradition of horsemanship and great riders. Today, the Warwick Rodeo and Gold Cup Campdraft attracts crowds in excess of 30,000 people with com-
petitors and horses travelling from every mainland state to compete. The seven-day program of events keep the competitors and crowds coming back each year, with plenty of prize money for competitors and plenty of action for spectators. Friday night sees the start of the rodeo events, under lights with two hours of action-packed ridin’ and ropin’
along with live music, full bar facilities and barbecue on the grounds. Come Saturday morning, action starts early in the rodeo arena with campdraft finals and rodeo action through until 9.30pm when the hospitality area comes alive with a live band and dancing under the stars. Those who survive Saturday night on the grounds will be there
early for the second round of the Warwick Gold Cup on Sunday and then it’s rodeo action all morning before an afternoon of finals. The first final - the Warwick Gold Cup - starts at noon and then the top 12 riders in all six open rodeo events decide who takes home the major portion of prize money in the best rodeo action to be seen anywhere in Australia.
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Rod and Lynn Close at Allora won Best Rose Garden and Best Kept Garden.
Doug and Avis Stehn’s garden at Doyles Road Clintonvale won Best All Round Garden.
Vicki and Murray Walker at Houston Street in Warwick got second in the New Home Garden.
An array of fab gardens THE Warwick Horticultural Society’s Spring Garden Competition for 2016 saw a fabulous array of local gardens entered – here we feature a selection of entries including some of the winners. Photos by Free Times Gardening Columnist BEATRICE HAWKINS. Don’t forget to head along to the society’s annual spring flower show today, Thursday 20 October at St Mary’s Hall on Wood Street from 9am to 4pm.
Gloria Reimers’ winning garden.
Sheryle Weiden’s winning garden at Lewis Street in Leyburn.
The Stockwell’s Grafton Street garden in Warwick.
Allan Weiland’s garden at 2B Wallace Street.
A view of Lorraine Smith’s backyard at Killarney.
Gloria Reimers’ garden at Tea Tree Rise – winner, Festival Garden and Best Flower Garden.
Lorraine Smith’s fabulous rose at Poinsettia Street, Killarney.
Colleen O'Brien’s Clarke Street garden won a place in the Festival Garden category.
Matthew Meek’s entry in Emma Place in Warwick.
John and Gina Hing’s entry at 19 Martin Street in Warwick.
Laura Babbington’s stunning garden at Condavale Estate.
Mandy Steketee’s garden at Lakeview Avenue in Warwick won second in the Large Home Garden category and third in the Native Garden category.
Sue Wallace’s garden at Arnold Street, Allora, won best Cottage Garden.
Andrew Wallace’s winning vegie garden at Arnold Street, Allora.
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Your Guide to Building & Renovating ADVERTISING FEATURE
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William, better known locally as Rohan, is the director of Sub-Zero Airconditioning Installation and Services Pty Ltd and he is committed to supporting the Warwick community and the local economy, as well as delivering top quality service and value for money. In a nutshell, Sub-Zero supplies, installs, repairs and services all ducted and split air-conditioning systems.
“Basically, I went out on my own just over a year ago now,” he said. “It’s the best thing I have ever done - I just thought I would take a chance and have a go. “I owe a lot to mum and dad in terms of developing a good work ethic and getting to where I am at today. “Customer service is paramount and I use all local suppliers when ob-
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Your Guide to Building & Renovating ADVERTISING FEATURE
Kitchen tips to make the sale It’s something that should only be considered in a large home, and is usually only achievable in new homes - but they are certainly not a fad. There is a steady adoption of open-plan living and entertaining in this country, so having a scullery means all the messy stuff can be hidden while keeping the kitchen pristine. 2. Appliance size matters When it comes to appliances,
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Ian is a licensed building designer and a member of the Building Designer Association as well as the Planning Institute of Australia who keeps up with the latest building codes and legislations. Talk to Ian Darnell of nspire Planning and Design to discuss the plans for your future home or other building. For further particulars phone Ian on 4661 3714 or email to
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Pink Ribbon Day October 24th
Take charge of breast health can produce a meditation DVD · $5 to help women deal with the impact of a cancer diagnosis and treatment. $10 can help pay for an information pack to help a woman cope after surgery. $50 can help fund a call to a cancer nurse on 13 11 20 that informs and supports a woman through her cancer diagnosis. $100 can help provide accommodation for a woman who needs to travel and stay away from home to access treatment. $500 can cover some of the costs of recruiting women into studies to understand the causes of cancer. $1200 can go towards supporting research into breast and gynaecological cancers. For information about how to donate and more visit www.pinkribbon.com.au. What is breast cancer? Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in Australia and the second most common cancer to cause death in women, after lung cancer.
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EVERY day in Australia, about 50 women are told they have breast or a gynaecological cancer. Sadly, every day about 12 Australian women will die from a women’s cancer. The five-year survival rate for breast cancer increased by 17 per cent from 1982 to 2012, and the fiveyear survival rate for women with a gynaecological cancer increased by 7 per cent in the same period. This increase in survivors of breast and gynaecological cancers is thanks to advancements in research and prevention that help fund by supporting the Cancer Council’s Pink Ribbon. Breast and gynaecological cancers, unfortunately, touch everyone’s life in one form or another, either directly or through the experience of family and friends. The money raised will help the Cancer Council fight cancer through prevention programs, support services and world-class cancer research. There are many ways that donations can help and even the smallest amount will make a difference.
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What’s On From body loathing to loving
Billycart blue IT’S shaping up to be a State of Origin clash with a twist at Billycarts on the Border this Saturday, 22 October. Wallangarra’s Glenlyon Street will be the scene of some serious backyard billycart action - and a ‘grudge match’ race-off between the region’s newspapers, including the Southern Free Times, which will be represented at the wheel by none other than popular photographer Terry West. The Billycarts on the Border program kicks off with registration from 8.30am and all are welcome to sign up on the day before 10am - as early as possible preferred - or beforehand by visiting the website. It’s mainly about the kids but the grown-ups can take part in the Border 1000 race for senior 16 years and over. The other categories include five to seven years, eight to 11 years and 12 to 15 years. There will be heaps of food and market stalls and activity for the kids so come along for a great family day out of racing. 8.30am: Scrutineering and registration. No registrations after 10am. General heats 8.30am-10am
Southern Free Times photographer Terry West will be in the driver's seat for the SFT at Billycarts on the Border on Saturday at Wallangarra-Jennings, in a border newspaper "grudge race". 10am - Mayoral Challenge, Tenterfield SC v Southern Downs RC. Border 1000 Heat 1 (Open and Junior) General heats continue Noon: Border 1000 Heat 2 (Open and Junior) 1pm: Celebrity Challenge, including Lawrence Springborg MP. QLD/NSW Police State of Origin Challenge Semi-finals 1.15pm 5-7yrs Semi-Final 8-11yrs Semi-Final 12-15yrs Semi-Final Open Semi-Final
2.30pm: Border 1000 SemiFinal (Open and Junior) Finals 2.45pm: 5-7yrs Final 3pm: 8-11yrs Final 3.10pm: 12-15yrs Final 3.40pm: Open Final 4pm: Border 1000 Final (Open & Junior) 4.30pm: Prize and trophy presentation Times are approximate apart from the Border 1000 and celebrity events. For more information on rules and entry fees visit www. billycartsontheborder.com.
A MOVIE event in Stanthorpe on Friday night 21 October will focus on the current culture of body loathing and shaming. ‘Embrace: The Documentary’ will screen at the Queensland College of Wine Tourism and tells the incredible story of Taryn Brumfitt’s journey from body loather to body lover - an Australian wife and mother who embarks on an international crusade to change the way we think and feel about our bodies. The film is being promoted by Stanthorpe dietician and personal trainer Charlotte Bush who says body loathing has reached “epic proportions worldwide”. “As a dietitian and personal trainer, many people come to see me purely to change the way they look,” she told the Free Times. “It is amazing the things that you can achieve when your body is no longer holding you back.” The event at the Queensland College of Wine Tourism will be at 6.30pm for a 7pm screening of the movie. Varias Restaurant will be open for meals and a bar will be available. Tickets for the movie can be purchased for $15 from Furniture One and Framing and from Charlotte at Total Balance Health and Fitness. For more information, contact Charlotte Bush on 0404 771 733.
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IF YOU’VE ever nursed a secret desire to see all-round beloved nice guy Todd Sampson genteelly tortured - just a very little bit - then this, my friends, is the show for you. A great many of the female persuasion seem to have a deep and abiding affection for the chap, which leaves me beyond puzzled. Pleasingly, a local survey of the fairer sex revealed a lack of support for the Sampsonite, with dire hints made at an urge to slap the smug smile off his face - a threat previously reserved only for party animal Corey Worthington. The phrase “know-it-all" may well have been mentioned. In deference to our defamation laws, I could perhaps tactfully say that Sampson’s particular brand of wide-eyed,
self-righteous earnestness is not to my liking. Perhaps one incident from his new show speaks to my heart: at one point the nearnaked Sampson (why do I think this is not coincidental?) reveals the large timberwolf tattoo on his right shoulder blade. I know instinctively that this will be his “spirit animal". ’Nuff said. Anyhoo, the fact remains that, love him or loathe him, we’re all tuning in to see what Todd will do next, which I guess makes him a sort of Howard Stern of the left wing. The theory of the show has Todd putting himself through a series of edge-of-the-envelope, increasingly gruelling challenges. There’s a thin veneer of “science" describing what’s happening to his body during the torture sessions. The first episode involved him in mixed martial arts ac-
tion, which saw him cop some thoroughly pleasing whacks and, in the ultimate staged humiliation, be choked out by a cute slip of a girl. Watching Sampson’s eyes roll sweetly up to the ceiling as he slipped gently into the land of dreams was well worth the price of admission all on its own. But this is just the beginning. Looks like the dead-set highlight will be the episode in which Sampson plays with the French Foreign Legion, and gets put through the wringer by some seriously hard units. Legend has it the episode saw Sampson often come close to screaming his safe word - “Baltimore" - with the last breath in his rapidly fading lungs. Wouldn’t miss it for the world. - Jason Beck
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Ben Lubben 0438 305 590
1 – 2pm
347 Old Stanthorpe Road Southern Downs Realty Brent Bowles 0408 670 055
BUY ONE OR BUY ALL THREE THESE three properties are available in a central location in High Street, Stanthorpe. Each property has town services. It’s just an easy stroll to the main street, shops and schools so the new owners will be able to leave their car behind. Here is a total of 1.5 acres with three dwellings each on 1/2 an acre. One house is leased until January 2017 while the other two are rented on a monthly basis. Two of the homes have three bedrooms and living areas, the other has two bedrooms with a sleep out. The total current rent is $685 per week. These are ideal parcels in an ideal
62, 64, 66 High Street
Ideal Development Site – immediate income – or live here! Ideal Options
62, 64, 66 High Street Inspection: By appointment Price: $598,000 (62 at $208,000, 64 at $195,000, 66 at $195,000) Contact: Anne Lindsay, 0418 737 309 DAVID SCHNITZERLING & CO, STANTHORPE, (07) 4681 2530
$208,000 for 62 High St $195,000 for 64 High St $195,000 for 66 High St
Anne Lindsay 0418 737 309
•Centrallocation–eachonhalfacre-1.5acresintotal–raresizenowandsocentral •Twohouseshave3bedroomsandlivingareas–onehas2bedrooms+study+livingareas •Easydirectwalktomainstreet,schoolsetc,leavethecarbehind,alltownservices
position with various options - buy the lot for future development, keep them for an immediate income stream or buy them separately to live in.
•OneleasedtillJanuary’17-othertwoonmonthlyleases–easyifwantingtolivehere. Total current income is $685 per week – great opportunity! Develop – rent out – live here!
www.davidschnitzerling.com 99A HigH STREET, STAnTHoRpE
pHonE 07 4681 2530
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NEW LOOK ON BIG LOT
LARGE Home, large block, great area - immaculate condition
for a study nook. Outside the home features a 7m x 7.5m Colorbond shed with power and an automatic roller door, and a personal door to the internal house yard. There’s an undercover entertainment area and a fully fenced house yard with gorgeous landscaping, plus a cubby house and a 3m x 3m garden shed, all on a 2176sqm allotment in total and almost fully fenced. This truly is a great find, priced well and will be an excellent family home for many years to come. Don’t miss your opportunity to see it for yourself.
7 Panorama Court Inspection: Saturday 22 October, noon - 1pm Price: $395,000 - $415,000 (agent’s opinion) Contact: Ben Lubben, 0438 305 590 SOUTHERN DOWNS REALTY, WARWICK, (07) 4661 8403
AUCTION Land Size Location Price Contact Inspection
40 acres 347 Old Stanthorpe Road, Warwick QLD 4370 Auction 1:30pm 26.11.16 On Site Brent Bowles 0408 670 055 Saturdays 1-2pm
OWNERS MOVING INTERSTATE This architecturally designed home is one not to miss! With all the work done, 3 km from Warwick and set on a gorgeous 40 acre farm this property has to be seen to be believed. The property is well set up for Horses, Cattle, Sheep or Goats. It has an Olympic size Dressage arena, Show jump arena, Horse round yard & wash bay, Cattle crush and yards, Hay sheds, Tack sheds, Machinery shed, Workshop and Stables. All 11 paddocks have been organically fertilised, full electric fencing, auto troughs, 3 huge dams plus town water, 5kw Solar system, with the property currently used for agistment. One side of the home feature’s stunning 20 ft ceilings, a sunken lounge room, large kitchen, office, loft master bedroom, full size billiard table, bar, cellar and a 1,000 watt movie theatre and not to mention the beautiful view over the property from the master bedroom. As you walk through the home you will come to a massive entertaining area and bar which will be sure to impress guests or would be great for family gatherings. The other side of the home features 3 bedrooms and a bathroom downstairs with another loft style area above which is fully self-contained with a lounge, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. There is also another self-contained living quarters located across the court yard with, a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom facilities. The property is located across the road from Morgan Park which is one of Queensland’s premier sporting complexes, 3 km from Warwick, 2 hrs from Brisbane and 2 ½ hrs from the Gold Coast. In total the property has 3 kitchens, 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, once was run as a profitable B&B and has loads of future potential or would make the perfect home for a large close family. The property will be up for Auction on the 26th of November at 1:30pm with the auction held on site. Open homes will be held every Saturday from 1 – 2 pm leading up to the Auction, alternatively private inspections can be arranged by contacting Brent Bowles on 0408 670 055.
visit the property @ www.sdrealty.com.au
LOCATED in the sought-after area of Panorama Court - a quiet cul-de-sac - location near The Scots PGC College on 2176sqm sits this immaculately presented family home that boasts a very practical and spacious floorplan where almost everything has been done. All that’s left to do is move in and unpack. The home has been in the one family since the late 1980s and after countless memories, the home has been completely renovated and is now ready and waiting for the next proud family to move in and make it their own. Recent renovations include re-painting of roof, new floor coverings throughout, new skirting, plasterboard, cornice and ceilings throughout the whole home, a new kitchen, new appliances, a new bathroom and ensuite, a fresh coat of paint internally, new built-in robes and a new laundry. So it’s all been done, and done exceptionally well - the rooms of the home include a spacious master bedroom with built-ins and an ensuite, bedrooms two, three and four with built-ins, a front formal lounge and dining area, an open-plan kitchen/ dining/living area - or just another large living area as there are multiple areas to cater for dining - a new kitchen with ample bench and cupboard space, a rumpus/family room, bathroom with shower, vanity and bath and a separate toilet. The home also features a practical laundry with easy outside access and more storage. The home also has security doors and windows throughout and two reverse cycle air-conditioners in both the living and rumpus areas. There is also plenty of room
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 11.30 Pirate Express. 12.00 Move It. 12.30 Wild Kratts. 1.00 Kate And Mim-Mim. 1.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 2.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 2.30 Sonic Boom. (PG) 3.00 Power Rangers Dino. (PG) 3.30 Yo-Kai. (PG) 4.00 Teen Titans. (PG) 4.30 Problem Solverz. (PG) 5.00 Ben 10. (PG) 5.30 Batman. (PG) 6.00 Movie: The Spy Next Door. (PG) (2010) 8.00 Movie: Around The World In 80 Days. (PG) (2004) 10.30 Movie: Mr Nice Guy. (M) (1997) 12.30 Late Programs.
6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Get Smart. 9.00 World Sport. 9.30 Operation Repo. 10.00 Jake And The Fatman. 11.00 MacGyver. 12.30 MotoGP. Race 16. Aust Grand Prix. Qualifying. 4.00 Rugby Union Pre-Show. 4.30 The Offroad Adventure Show. 5.30 Escape Fishing With ET. 6.00 Jamie & Jimmy’s Food Fight Club. 7.00 Meerkats: Secrets Of An Animal Superstar. 8.00 Undercover Boss. 9.00 Megastructures Breakdown. 10.00 Zoo. Final. 11.00 Rosewood. 12.00 Late Programs.
6.00 WorldWatch. 3.00 Motorcycle Racing. Superbike World Championship. Round 12. 3.50 Street Genius. (PG) 4.20 Speed With Guy Martin. (PG) 5.15 Hipsters. (PG) 5.45 365: Every Day Documentaries. (PG) 5.50 Survivor Games With Bear Grylls. (PG) 7.05 Food, Booze And Tattoos. 7.30 If You Are The One. 8.30 Royal Navy School. (M) 9.25 Halfworlds. (MA15+) 10.00 12 Monkeys. (M) 10.50 Lost Girl. (M) 11.45 Movie: Naked Ambition. (MA15+) (2003) 1.40 Movie: Kiss Me Again. (MA15+) (2010) 4.15 WorldWatch.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 2.30 Officially Amazing. 3.00 Good Game: SP. 3.25 Cartoon It Up. 3.30 Masha And The Bear. 3.35 Dragons: Riders Of Berk. 4.00 Totally Rubbish. 4.30 Operation Ouch! 5.05 Hank Zipzer. 5.30 Fangbone! 5.40 Danger Mouse. 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. (PG) 6.20 Dixi. 6.25 House Of Anubis. 6.50 Let’s Go! 7.00 Horrible Histories. 7.30 Deadly 60. 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Yonderland. (PG) Final. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Move It Mob Style. 9.30 Close.
6.00 WASHPOD Sprintcar Westernapolis. Replay. 7.00 AHG Sprintcar Series. General Firecracker 50. Replay. 11.00 MXTV. 11.30 Classic Car Rescue. 12.30 World C’ship. Team Relay Part 2. 1.00 AFN Fishing Show. 1.30 The Next Level. 2.00 Hook, Line And Sinker. 3.00 Adventure Angler. 3.30 Fishing Addiction. 4.30 Headstrong Outback. 5.00 Deadly Seas. 6.00 Cowboys Of The Sea. 7.00 Highway Patrol. 7.30 Wicked Tuna. New. 8.30 Movie: The Rock. (1996) 11.20 Late Programs.
6.00 Edgar Wallace Mysteries. 7.30 Foot Support. 8.00 Danoz. 8.30 TV Shop. 9.00 Movie: Carry On Screaming! (PG) (1966) 11.00 River Cottage: Spring Collection. 12.00 Heartbeat. 1.00 Movie: Taras Bulba. (PG) (1962) 3.35 Movie: The Big Country. (PG) (1958) 7.00 Movie: Firefox. (PG) (1982) 9.45 Movie: Heartbreak Ridge. (M) (1986) 12.25 Are You Being Served? 1.00 Movie: The Horror Of Frankenstein. (M) (1970) 3.00 Heartbeat. 4.00 TV Shop. 5.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Toasted TV. 6.05 Pokémon. 7.00 Mako: Island Of Secrets. 7.30 Kuu-Kuu Harajuku. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.30 Scope. 9.05 The Loop 250th Special. (PG) 11.35 Neighbours. 2.05 To Be Advised. 4.05 Charmed. (PG) 5.00 Frasier. (PG) 6.00 The Loop 250th Special. (PG) 8.30 To Be Advised. 9.30 Jane The Virgin. (M) 10.30 How I Met Your Mother. (M) 11.30 Sex And The City. (MA15+) 12.10 Frasier. (PG) 1.00 Charmed. (PG) 2.00 Becker. (PG) 2.30 Neighbours. 5.00 Charmed. (PG)
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 12.30 Planet America. 1.00 News. 1.30 The Mix. 2.00 News. 2.25 Foreign Corre. 3.00 News. 3.30 The Drum Weekly. 4.00 News. 4.30 One Plus One. 5.00 ABC News Weekend. 5.30 Australian Story. (PG) 6.00 ABC News Weekend. 6.30 The Mix. 7.00 Four Corners. 7.45 One Plus One Redux. (PG) 8.00 ABC News Weekend. 8.30 Australia Wide. 9.00 News. 9.30 World This Week. 10.00 News. 10.30 One Plus One. 11.00 Press Club. 12.00 Late Programs. SFT
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7 Day TV Guide 6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 Landline. 1.00 Gardening Australia. 1.30 The Mix. 2.00 Home Fires. 3.00 Fake Or Fortune? 4.10 Australian Story. 4.40 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery. 5.10 Agatha Raisin. Final. 6.00 QI. 6.30 Compass. 7.00 ABC News Sunday. 7.40 Grand Designs: House Of The Year. 8.30 Poldark. 9.30 Wolf Hall. 10.30 Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict. 12.05 Grayson Perry: Who Are You? 12.55 Don’t Miss Da Bus. 1.25 Wolf Hall. 2.25 Fake Or Fortune? 3.25 Late Programs.
6.00 Dr Oz. (PG) 7.00 Weekend Sunrise. 10.00 Morning Show. (PG) 12.00 Business Builders. (PG) 12.30 The Franchise Show. (PG) 1.00 To Be Advised. 4.30 Motorway Patrol. (PG) 5.00 News. 5.30 Great South East. 6.00 Seven News. 7.00 The X Factor. (PG) 9.30 To Be Advised. 12.50 Scandal. (M) 2.00 Home Shopping. 3.30 Harry’s Practice. 4.00 NBC Press. 5.00 News. 5.30 Sunrise.
6.00 Weekend Today. 8.30 Cricket. One-Day Cup. Final. Morning session. 12.00 Full Cycle. 12.30 Cricket. One-Day Cup. Final. Afternoon session. 4.00 The Real Jaws. (PG) 5.00 News: First At Five. 5.30 Customs. (PG) 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 The Block. (PG) 8.30 60 Minutes. 9.30 Hyde & Seek. (M) 10.30 Killer On The Line. (M) 11.30 Unforgettable. (M) 12.30 Impractical Jokers. (M) 1.00 Full Cycle. 1.30 TV Shop: Home Shopping. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 The Baron. 4.00 GMA. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.
6.00 Mass. 6.30 Hillsong. 7.00 Joseph Prince. 7.30 Joel Osteen. 8.00 Fishing Australia. 8.30 Everyday Gourmet. 9.00 St10. (PG) 10.30 RPM. 11.00 Motor Racing. Supercars Championship. Gold Coast 600. Race 23. 5.00 News. 6.00 Family Feud: Sunday. 6.30 Modern Family. (PG) 7.30 Australian Survivor. 8.30 Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival. (M) 10.00 To Be Advised. 11.00 48 Hours. (M) 1.00 Shopping. 4.30 CBS Morning.
6.00 WorldWatch. 9.30 EPL. Bournemouth v Tottenham. Replay. 12.00 Speedweek. 2.00 NBL. Round 3. Melbourne United v Perth Wildcats. 4.00 WorldWatch. 5.00 Small Business Secrets. 5.30 Nazi Megastructures. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 The Great Human Odyssey. 8.30 Being Evel. (M) 10.20 Pauline Hanson: Please Explain! (PG) 11.50 Movie: Autumn. (M) (2010) 1.40 Rectify. (PG) 5.00 CCTV English News. 5.30 NHK World English News. 5.45 France 24 Feature.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 5.50 Fireman Sam. 6.00 Hey Duggee. 6.10 Octonauts. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. 7.30 Stan Lee’s Superhumans. (PG) 8.10 Miracle On Everest. (PG) 9.05 Fahrenheit 9/11. (M) 11.05 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends. (PG) 11.55 The Fried Chicken Shop. (M) 12.45 The Midwives. (PG) 1.45 Stan Lee’s Superhumans. (PG) 2.25 News Update. 2.30 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.30 Storage Hoarders. 1.30 No Reservations. 2.30 The Hairy Bikers’ Northern Exposure. 3.30 Around The World With Manu. 4.30 Intolerant Cooks. 5.00 Mighty Cruise Ships. 6.00 SCU. 6.30 Motorway Patrol. 7.00 For The Love Of Dogs. 7.30 Around The World With Manu. 8.30 Escape To The Country. 9.30 The House That £100K Built: Tricks Of The Trade. 10.45 Escape To The Country. 11.45 Late Programs.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 12.30 SpongeBob. 1.00 Kate And MimMim. 1.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 2.00 YuGi-Oh! (PG) 2.30 Problem Solverz. (PG) 3.00 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 3.30 Yo-Kai. (PG) 4.00 Teen Titans. (PG) 4.30 Power Rangers Dino. (PG) 5.00 Ben 10. (PG) 5.30 Batman. (PG) 6.00 Legend Of The Boneknapper Dragon. 6.30 Movie: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (PG) (2014) 8.30 Movie: Transformers: Age Of Extinction. (M) (2014) 11.50 Adult Swim. (MA15+) 12.50 Late Programs.
6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Bledisloe Cup. Game 3. NZ v Aust. Replay. 10.00 World Sport. 10.30 Operation Repo. 11.00 Healthy Homes Australia. 11.30 MotoGP. Race 16. Aust Grand Prix. 4.00 World Sport. 4.30 Extreme Boats’ Big Angry Fish. 5.30 iFish. 6.00 Family Feud: Sunday. 6.30 M*A*S*H. 7.30 CSI: Cyber. 8.30 Lands Of The Monsoon. 9.30 Movie: The Game. (1997) 12.10 Undercover Boss. 1.10 Moments Of Impact. 2.10 World Sport. 2.30 Operation Repo. 3.00 Late Programs.
6.00 WorldWatch. 10.00 WorldWatch. 3.55 Human Resources. (PG) 4.20 Survivor Games With Bear Grylls. (PG) 5.35 365: Every Day Documentaries. 5.40 Fameless. (PG) 6.35 Vs Arashi. 7.30 If You Are The One. 8.30 MythBusters. (PG) 9.30 Great Minds With Dan Harmon. 10.00 3AM: Sex, Drugs, New York. (MA15+) 10.25 The Green Room With Paul Provenza. (M) 11.30 Tent And Sex. (M) 12.05 Miss Nikki And The Tiger Girls. (M) 1.05 Avicii On Tour. (M) 1.55 Movie: Call Girl. (MA15+) (2012) 4.25 WorldWatch.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 2.55 News To Me. 3.15 Winston Steinburger And Sir Dudley Ding Dong. 3.30 Dragons: Riders Of Berk. 4.00 Totally Rubbish. 4.30 Operation Ouch! 5.05 Hank Zipzer. 5.30 Fangbone! 5.40 Danger Mouse. 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. (PG) 6.20 Dixi. 6.25 House Of Anubis. 6.50 Let’s Go! 6.55 Secret Life Of Boys. 7.00 Horrible Histories. 7.30 Deadly 60. 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Adventure Time. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Move It Mob Style. 9.30 Rage. (PG) 2.20 Close.
6.00 Shopping. 6.30 Hook, Line And Sinker. 7.30 Shopping. 9.30 SA Motorsport Festival. 10.30 Motor Racing. Targa High Country. H’lights. 11.30 Big Australia. 12.30 Combat Dealers. 1.30 Ultimate Factories. 2.30 Doomsday Preppers. 3.30 Tricked. 4.30 Seinfeld. 6.30 Movie: The Mummy. (PG) (1999) 9.00 Movie: Lucy. (MA15+) (2014) 10.45 Movie: Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. (M) (1997) 12.35 1000 Ways To Die. 1.00 Doomsday Preppers. 2.00 Late Programs.
6.00 TV Shop. 6.30 Leading The Way. 7.00 New Hope Ministries: New Hope On The Road. 7.30 Beyond Today. 8.00 Key Of David. 8.30 TV Shop. 10.00 Rainbow Country. 10.30 Movie: Trent’s Last Case. (G) (1952) 12.30 Garden Gurus. 1.00 Getaway. 1.30 Movie: Call Me Bwana. (G) (1963) 3.40 Movie: Solomon And Sheba. (PG) (1959) 6.40 Sparks Of Invention. 7.40 Death In Paradise. 8.40 Major Crimes. 9.40 Rizzoli & Isles. 10.40 The Closer. 11.40 Murder In The First. 12.35 Late Programs.
6.00 Toasted TV. 6.05 Invizimals. 6.30 Victorious. 7.05 Transformers: Robots In Disguise. 7.35 Pokémon. 8.30 Scaredy Squirrel. 9.00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 10.00 Totally Wild. 10.30 Sabrina. (PG) 11.30 Dr Quinn. (PG) 1.30 King Of Queens. (PG) 2.30 Becker. (PG) 3.30 To Be Advised. 6.00 Family Feud: Sunday. 6.30 Futurama. (PG) 7.00 The Simpsons. (PG) 7.30 How I Met Your Mother. (PG) 8.00 The Simpsons. (PG) 8.30 To Be Advised. 9.30 Movie: Jack Reacher. (M) (2012) 12.10 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 12.30 Landline. 1.00 News. 1.30 One Plus One. 2.00 News. 2.30 Offsiders. 3.00 News. 3.30 The Mix. 4.00 News. 4.30 Catalyst. (PG) 5.00 ABC News Weekend. 5.30 Foreign Corre. 6.00 ABC News Weekend. 6.30 Australia Wide. 7.00 Insiders. 8.00 ABC News Weekend. 8.30 One Plus One. 9.00 News. 9.30 Planet America. 10.00 News. 10.30 Conflict Zone. 11.00 Landline. 12.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 1.00 Poldark. 2.00 Grand Designs: House Of The Year. 2.50 QI. 3.15 The Cook And The Chef. 3.45 The Bill. 4.10 Murder, She Wrote. 5.00 News. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 The Checkout. 6.10 Pointless. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Australian Story. 8.30 Four Corners. 9.20 Media Watch. 9.35 Q&A. 10.40 Lateline. 11.10 The Business. 11.30 Golf. PGA Tour. CIMB Classic. Highlights. 12.25 Mad Dogs. 1.10 Late Programs.
6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG) 11.30 News. 12.00 Movie: A Woman’s Rage. (M) (2008) 2.00 The Daily Edition. 3.00 The Chase. 4.00 News. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 Seven Local News. 6.30 News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 The X Factor. (PG) 8.40 The Secret Daughter. (PG) 9.40 The Catch. (M) 11.30 The Goldbergs. (PG) 12.10 Packed To The Rafters. (PG) 1.05 The Real Seachange. (PG) 1.30 Harry’s Practice. 2.00 Shopping. 4.00 NBC Today. 5.00 News. 5.30 Sunrise.
6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.00 Extra. 1.30 The Block. 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 The Block. (PG) 8.40 Hyde & Seek. (M) 9.40 Australian Crime Stories. (MA15+) 10.40 Person Of Interest. (M) 11.40 Undateable. (M) 12.10 What Would You Do? 1.00 Extra. 1.30 TV Shop. 2.00 Danoz. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Skippy. 3.30 GMA. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.
6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Everyday Gourmet. 7.00 WIN News. 8.00 Ent. Tonight. 8.30 Studio 10. 11.00 The Talk. 12.00 Dr Phil. 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 GCBC. 3.00 Judge Judy. 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Ben’s Menu. 4.30 Bold. 5.00 News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 Australian Survivor. 8.30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) 9.30 Life In Pieces. (PG) 10.00 The Odd Couple. (PG) Final. 10.30 Elementary. (M) 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 Late Programs.
6.00 WorldWatch. 2.00 Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga: Cheek To Cheek. 3.00 The Story Of The Jews. 4.05 West Meets East: Mystical India. 5.00 Backroads USA. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook: Melbourne. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 The Supervet. New. 8.30 Skies Above Britain. 9.35 Miracles Of Nature. 10.35 SBS News. 11.05 The World Game. 11.35 Modus. 12.30 Modus. 2.15 Movie: Blue. (2009) 4.20 Room 101. 4.50 Destination Flavour. 5.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 5.40 Peppa Pig. 5.50 Fireman Sam. 6.00 Hey Duggee. 6.10 Octonauts. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 Class. (M) New. 8.30 Class. 9.20 Ross Kemp: Extreme World. (M) 10.05 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL. (M) 10.35 Fahrenheit 9/11. (M) 12.35 Miracle On Everest. (PG) 1.30 News Update. 1.35 Close. 5.00 Ella The Elephant. 5.10 Boj. 5.20 Mouk. 5.35 Children’s Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 8.00 Toybox. 8.30 Harry’s Practice. 9.00 Home And Away: The Early Years. 9.30 NBC Today. 10.30 NBC Press. 11.30 Best Houses Australia. 12.00 Escape To The Country. 1.00 Lovejoy. 2.00 The Great Outdoors. 3.00 The Zoo. 3.30 RSPCA Animal Rescue. 4.00 Medical Emergency. 4.30 60 Minute Makeover. 6.30 Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Rosemary & Thyme. 8.30 Wallander. 10.30 Air Crash Investigation. 11.30 Late Programs.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 1.30 Kate And Mim-Mim. 2.00 SpongeBob. 2.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 3.00 Power Rangers Dino. (PG) 3.30 Yo-Kai. (PG) 4.00 Kids’ WB. (PG) 4.05 Justice League Unlimited. (PG) 4.30 Batman. (PG) 5.00 Ben 10. (PG) 5.30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 6.00 Regular Show. (PG) 6.30 Adv Time. (PG) 7.00 The Middle. (PG) 7.30 Top Gear: Spanish Supercar Road Trip. (PG) 9.00 Movie: Hummingbird. (MA15+) (2013) 11.00 Tattoo Fixers. (MA15+) 12.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Shopping. 8.00 Daryl Beattie: The Canning Stock Route. 9.00 Moments Of Impact. 10.00 M*A*S*H. 11.00 Hogan’s Heroes. 12.00 Get Smart. 1.00 Matlock. 2.00 Nash Bridges. 3.00 Jake And The Fatman. 4.00 Diagnosis Murder. 5.00 Star Trek: Voyager. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 M*A*S*H. 7.30 Undercover Boss. 8.30 Undercover Boss. 9.30 Formula 1. Race 18. United States Grand Prix. 10.30 House Of Lies. 11.30 Hogan’s Heroes. 12.00 Late Programs.
6.00 WorldWatch. 4.00 Illusions Of Grandeur. 4.30 Man Vs Fly. (PG) 4.35 Where The Wild Men Are With Ben Fogle. (PG) 5.30 365: Every Day Documentaries. 5.35 Daria. 6.05 If You Are The One. 7.05 Community. 7.30 The Feed. 8.00 The Mindy Project. (PG) 8.30 The Mindy Project. 9.00 Unplanned America. (M) 9.35 Movie: Ill Manors. (AV15+) (2012) 11.50 Movie: Ghost Graduation. (M) (2012) 1.30 The Feed. 2.00 Danger 5. (MA15+) 2.30 Movie: We Have A Pope. (M) (2011) 4.25 WorldWatch.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 12.45 Keeping Up With The Kaimanawas. (PG) 1.05 Children’s Programs. 4.00 Totally Rubbish. Final. 4.30 Operation Ouch! 5.00 BtN Newsbreak. 5.05 Hank Zipzer. 5.30 Fangbone! 5.40 Danger Mouse. 5.55 The Legend Of Korra. (PG) 6.20 Dixi. Final. 6.25 House Of Anubis. 6.50 BtN Newsbreak. 7.00 Horrible Histories. 7.30 Deadly 60. 8.00 Degrassi: The Next Generation. (PG) 8.20 Adventure Time. 8.45 Stoked. 9.05 Move It Mob Style. 9.30 Rage. (PG) 10.35 Close.
6.00 NFL. Week 7. Philadelphia Eagles v Minnesota Vikings. Continued. 6.30 NFL. Week 7. Pittsburgh Steelers v New England Patriots. 10.30 NFL. Week 7. Arizona Cardinals v Seattle Seahawks. 2.00 Dream Car Garage. 2.30 Dream Car Garage. 3.00 Abandoned. 3.30 Rocket City Rednecks. 4.00 Swamp People. 5.00 Outback Truckers. 6.00 American Pickers. 7.00 Pawn Stars. 7.30 To Be Advised. 9.00 Family Guy. 10.30 American Dad! 11.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Friends. 6.30 This Is Your Day! 7.00 Creflo. 7.30 TV Shop. 8.00 Gilmore Girls. 9.00 TV Shop. 9.30 Danoz. 10.30 Come Dine With Me UK. 11.00 Friends. 12.00 Major Crimes. 1.00 Rizzoli & Isles. 1.55 Come Dine With Me UK. 2.20 River Cottage Everyday. 3.20 Heartbeat. 4.30 Ellen DeGeneres. 5.30 Gilmore Girls. 6.30 Friends. 7.30 David Attenborough’s The Blue Planet. 8.40 Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. 9.40 Nature’s Weirdest Events. 11.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Kids’ Programs. 7.35 Pokémon. 8.00 Totally Wild. 8.35 My Little Pony. 9.00 Littlest Petshop. 9.30 Crocamole. 10.00 Neighbours. 10.30 Family Ties. 11.00 JAG. 12.00 The Good Wife. 1.00 Extant. 2.00 Becker. 3.00 Raymond. 3.30 Raymond. 4.05 King Of Queens. 5.00 Frasier. 6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Neighbours. 7.05 The Simpsons. 7.30 How I Met Your Mother. 8.00 Fresh Off The Boat. 8.30 Supernatural. 9.30 Scream Queens. 10.30 American Horror Story. 11.30 James Corden. 12.30 Late Programs.
6.00 News. 8.00 News Mornings. 10.55 ABC Open. 11.00 News. 2.15 ABC News Afternoons. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons With The Business. 4.00 Grandstand. 4.55 ABC Open. 5.00 ABC News Evenings. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 ABC News Grandstand. 7.00 The Business. 8.00 ABC National News. 8.35 Q&A. 9.40 News. 10.00 ABC National News. 10.30 7.30. 11.00 News. 11.30 The Drum. 12.00 BBC Impact. 12.25 ABC Open. 12.30 Lateline. 1.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 1.00 Pointless. 1.50 The Musketeers. 2.45 Auction Room. Final. 3.15 The Cook And The Chef. 3.45 The Bill. 4.10 Murder, She Wrote. 5.00 News. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 The Checkout. 6.10 Pointless. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Catalyst. 8.30 Man Up. 9.30 Louis Theroux: By Reason Of Insanity. 10.30 Lateline. 11.05 The Business. 11.20 Q&A. 12.25 Gore Vidal: The United States Of Amnesia. 1.55 Late Programs.
6.00 Sunrise. 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG) 11.30 News. 12.00 Movie: The Boy She Met Online. (M) (2010) 2.00 The Daily Edition. 3.00 The Chase. 4.00 News. 5.00 The Chase Australia. 6.00 Seven Local News. 6.30 News. 7.00 Home And Away. (PG) 7.30 Gold Coast Medical. (PG) New. 8.30 Cold Feet. (M) 10.30 The Windsors. (M) 11.00 Chicago Fire. (M) 12.00 Grey’s Anatomy. (M) 1.30 Cougar Town. (M) 2.00 To Be Advised. 4.00 NBC Today. 5.00 News. 5.30 Sunrise.
6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 Ellen DeGeneres. 1.00 Extra. 1.30 Hot In Cleveland. 2.00 The Block. 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 The Block. (PG) 8.40 Unreal Estate. 9.40 How The Rich Live Longer. (PG) 10.50 Doctor Doctor. (M) 11.50 20/20. 12.40 Impractical Jokers. 1.05 Extra. 1.30 Danoz. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Skippy. 3.30 GMA. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.
6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Everyday Gourmet. 7.00 WIN News. 8.00 Ent. Tonight. (PG) 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 11.00 The Talk. 12.00 Dr Phil. (M) 1.00 To Be Advised. 2.00 Ent. Tonight. 2.30 GCBC. 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Ben’s Menu. 4.30 Bold. (PG) 5.00 News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 Australian Survivor. Final. 9.00 Todd Sampson’s Body Hack. 10.00 NCIS: LA. New. 11.00 NCIS: New Orleans. (M) 12.00 Late Programs.
6.00 WorldWatch. 2.00 International Festival Of Language And Culture. 3.00 Portrait Of A City. Final. 3.30 Shackleton: Death Or Glory. 4.30 Wild Hungary. 5.30 Letters And Numbers. 6.00 Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook: Melbourne. 6.30 SBS World News. 7.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 8.30 Insight. 9.30 Dateline. 10.00 SBS News. 10.30 Italy 1992. 11.30 Italy 1992. Final. 12.35 Movie: Jodhaa Akbar. (2008) 4.25 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia. 5.00 CCTV English News. 5.30 Late Programs.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 River Monsters. (M) 8.20 #Shelfie With Dan Hong. 8.30 Good Game. (M) 9.00 The Wrong Mans. (M) 9.30 Hard Time. (PG) 10.20 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL. (PG) 10.55 Ross Kemp: Extreme World. (M) 11.40 Hard Time. (PG) 12.30 Hard Time. (M) 1.20 Hard Time. (PG) 2.10 River Monsters. (M) 3.00 News Update. 3.05 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.
6.00 Shopping. 7.00 ZooMoo Lost. 7.30 In Your Dreams. 8.00 Toybox. 8.30 Harry’s Practice. 9.00 Home And Away: The Early Years. 9.30 NBC Today. 12.00 Air Crash Investigation. 1.00 Lovejoy. 2.00 The Great Outdoors. 3.00 Air Rescue. 3.30 Crash Investigation Unit. 4.00 Medical Emergency. 4.30 60 Minute Makeover. 6.30 Seven Local News. 7.00 News. 7.30 Kingdom. 8.30 Inspector Morse. 10.50 The Border. 11.50 Bargain Hunt. 12.50 Late Programs.
6.00 Children’s Programs. 1.30 Kate And Mim-Mim. 2.00 SpongeBob. 2.30 Yu-Gi-Oh! (PG) 3.00 Rabbids Invasion. (PG) 3.30 Yo-Kai. (PG) 4.00 Kids’ WB. (PG) 4.05 Justice League Unlimited. (PG) 4.30 Batman. (PG) 5.00 Ben 10. (PG) 5.30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 6.00 Regular Show. (PG) 6.30 Adv Time. (PG) 7.00 The Middle. (PG) 7.30 Big Bang. (PG) 8.30 Movie: Ocean’s Twelve. (M) (2004) 11.00 Two And A Half Men. (PG) 11.30 South Beach Tow. (M) 12.00 Late Programs.
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6.00 News. 8.00 News Mornings. 10.55 ABC Open. 11.00 News. 2.15 ABC News Afternoons. 3.00 ABC News Afternoons With The Business. 4.00 Grandstand. 4.55 ABC Open. 5.00 ABC News Evenings. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 ABC News Grandstand. 7.00 The Business. 8.00 ABC National News. 8.30 Lateline. 9.00 The World. 10.00 ABC National News. 10.30 7.30. 11.00 News. 11.30 The Drum. 12.00 BBC Impact. 12.25 ABC Open. 12.30 Lateline. 1.00 Late Programs.
6.00 Morning Programs. 12.00 News. 12.30 Press Club. 1.30 Pointless. 2.15 The Book Club. 2.45 Family Confidential. 3.15 The Cook And The Chef. 3.45 The Bill. 4.10 Murder, She Wrote. 5.00 News. 5.30 The Drum. 6.00 The Checkout. 6.10 Pointless. 7.00 News. 7.30 7.30. 8.00 Hard Quiz. 8.30 Upper Middle Bogan. 9.00 Rosehaven. 9.30 Adam Hills: Happyism. 10.20 Lateline. 10.50 The Business. 11.05 Four Corners. 11.55 Media Watch. 12.10 Late Programs.
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6.00 Today. 9.00 Today Extra. (PG) 11.30 Morning News. 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (PG) 1.00 Extra. 1.30 Hot In Cleveland. (PG) 2.00 The Block. (PG) 3.00 News Now. 4.00 Afternoon News. 5.30 Millionaire Hot Seat. 6.00 Nine News. 7.00 A Current Affair. 7.30 The Block. (PG) 8.40 Doctor Doctor. (M) 9.40 The Truth About Alcohol. (PG) 11.00 Embarrassing Bodies. (M) 12.00 Stalker. (M) 1.00 Extra. 1.30 Danoz Direct. 2.30 Global Shop. 3.00 Skippy. 3.30 GMA. 5.00 News. 5.30 Today.
6.00 Family Feud. 6.30 Everyday Gourmet. 7.00 WIN News. 8.00 Ent. Tonight. (PG) 8.30 Studio 10. (PG) 11.00 The Talk. 12.40 Dr Phil. (M) 1.40 To Be Advised. 2.40 GCBC. 3.00 Judge Judy. (PG) 3.30 My Market Kitchen. 4.00 Ben’s Menu. 4.30 Bold. (PG) 5.00 News. 6.00 WIN News. 6.30 The Project. 7.30 The Bachelorette Australia. 8.40 The Wrong Girl. 9.40 Madam Secretary. 10.40 Hawaii Five-0. 11.30 WIN News. 12.30 Late Programs.
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6.00 Children’s Programs. 5.50 Fireman Sam. 6.00 Hey Duggee. 6.10 Octonauts. 6.20 Peter Rabbit. 6.35 Charlie And Lola. 6.50 Shaun The Sheep. 7.00 Spicks And Specks. (PG) 7.30 River Monsters. (M) 8.20 #Shelfie With Dan Hong. 8.30 Man Up. (M) 9.30 Professor Green: Dangerous Dogs. (M) 10.15 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL. (M) 10.45 Class. (M) 11.50 Class. 12.45 River Monsters. (M) 1.35 News Update. 1.40 Close. 5.00 Children’s Programs.
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★★★★★★★★ ARIES—March 21-April 20 Your social life perks up and your standard of living shows early signs of improvement. You tend to be fixed in your options, leading to a possible showdown later in the week. TAURUS—April 21-May 22 Record-keeping and catching up on correspondence are important activities this week. Salesmanship is your strong point now. A small bonus is possible by Friday. GEMINI—May 23-June 21 You finally get a handle on a difficult financial matter. This is a favourable week if looking for a job or going after promotion. Words from your partner should enchant you now. CANCER—June 22-July 22 This is the week for long term financial planning. A relative’s demands become increasingly draining and it may be time to speak out. LEO—July 23-August 22 Make sure you don’t take lighthearted remarks much too seriously - and don’t hesitate to laugh at your own foibles. A most productive task now is the rearrangement of priorities. VIRGO—August 23-September 22 This week finds you ready to start everything from scratch, but watch that reckless streak and don’t abandon important tasks. A romantic situation stabilizes. LIBRA—September 23-October 22 Setting the record straight is your key role now, while campaigning for a cause is another current strength. In romance, be watchful that you don’t force the issue. SCORPIO—October 23-November 21 The accent this week is on last minute changes. New educational programmes are favoured now. Situations involving shared finances should be carefully reviewed. SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22 This week will see improved communications. Letters or emails sent this week bring positive results. Platonic relationships are spotlighted on the weekend. Romance questions remain unanswered CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20 Partnership plans are favourably spotlighted. This week begins with new financial obligations and career responsibilities. A relative may be supersensitive. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19 Academic or career difficulties ease and a new week begins on an up note in areas or romance and friendship. An ailing friend appreciates your good cheer. PISCES—February 20-March 20 Be careful of anyone trying to extract a secret - you are a little vulnerable this week. Opposing family factions come to an agreement, but don’t expect too much harmony just yet. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK You are diplomatic, impartial and artistic and you see beauty all around you. It’s easy for you to make compromises - too easy your critics say. Your career path may take a new turn next year.
Fresh from photographing the Warwick Horticultural Society’s Spring Garden Competition Free Times gardening columnist BEATRICE HAWKINS shares her musings for this week. EVERYONE knows that there is a birthstone for each month but how many realise that there is also a birth flower? The October flower is the marigold and the meaning is “warm and fierce”. Birthstone is the opal with the meaning of “faithfulness and confidence”. Marigolds are a hardy herbaceous perennial or annual daisy that come in all shades from bright white through cream, lemon to orange, bronze and bicolour, in doubles or singles, on single stems or in clusters, from tiny petite forms to large sunflowers. In Nepal their name means “one hundred-leafed flower”. There is a size, colour and shape suitable for any situation. Easy to grow, they thrive in full sun, well drained, fertile soil but will also tolerate some shade and poor soil as in a rock garden. It seems they are the perfect flower for most situations to brighten a garden. I am heartened to see they have some failings. They don’t like frosts and tend to attract slugs and spider mites. However they will flower continually from spring until late autumn so deserve a thought for most gardens. In the 12th century it was believed that “even looking at the flower would improve the eyesight
There are two types of sunflower seeds, black, used for oil production and the striped seed used for food, both are easily grown and seedlings will appear in about 14 days from sowing and watering in. Sunflower leaves are apparently edible and tasty in stir fries or deveined and steamed and lastly, the record for the tallest sunflower, according to the Guinness Book of Records, is held by Germany at an amazing eight metres and was grown in 2012. Apart from all that, a border of marigolds around a vegie patch looks spectacular. One of the best garden beds I
and lighten the mood”. They have many uses in alternative medicine and their healing powers are legendary. Their strong perfume repels insect so they are very useful as companion plants in a vegetable garden. It is said that they are a great companion and help the growth of basil, cucumbers, eggplant, kale, potatoes, squash, tomatoes and melons but are not a good companion for beans and cabbage. The roots of French marigolds produce a chemical so strong that it is an effective pesticide in the soil for some years after the plant has gone.
saw some years ago at the carnival of flowers was planted in a chevron pattern of orange and yellow marigolds with curly leafed parsley marvellous! The floral window display entries will be on show during rodeo weekend. Entry forms have been given to businesses in the main area of town and it would be heartening to see a good number of entry forms delivered to Bryson’s by close of business on Thursday 27 October with judging on Friday 28 October. Entrants are encouraged to use their imagination and showcase their business in a floral way for all to see in their windows. The winning gardens from the garden competition will be open for viewing on Saturday 22 October. If there is a sign out “visitors welcome” they will be able to wander in the garden. If not visitors are asked to respect the owners’ privacy and view the gardens only from the street. The next meeting of the Horticultural Society will be at 8pm in the CWA rooms in Grafton Street on Wednesday 26 October. Anyone who is interested in gardening is invited to come along and join like-minded people, share gardening ideas and enjoy a cuppa and chat after the meeting.
PUZZLES Quick Clues
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CRYPTIC PUZZLE NO.7445 - SOLUTIONS Across - 6, Get the push. 8, Over. 9, Stew. 10, End up. 11, Slip. 12, Re-present. 16, Scorchers. 20, Shot. 22, Earns. 23, Wit-h. 24, Form. 25, Put in order. Down - 1, Set-tee. 2, Stew-a-rd. 3, Defers. 4, Burden. 5, Shops. 7, Den-i-s. 13, E-go. 14, Showers. 15, Shook. 17, Carats (carrots). 18, R-is-ing. 19, Rot-ten. 21, Tem-po (rev).
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ACROSS 6. Be given a start by someone when you lose your job (3,3,4). 8, About again (4). 9. Irish name? (4). 10, Finish head down? (3,2). 11, Give to by mistake? (4). 12. Act for again here (9). 16. Those good days of summer, they go too fast (9). 20. Go dead (4). 22. Gets job satisfaction (5). 23. Not lacking sense, but hard to follow (4). 24. The shape of the questionnaire? (4). 25. Arrange to ask the shopkeeper to get (3,2,5). DOWN 1. Have the group stand by the seat (6). 2. The waiter and
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SUDOKU How to solve Sudoku!
Fill the grid so that every row and every 3x3 square contains the digits 1 to 9
QUICK PUZZLE NO.7445 - SOLUTIONS Across -6, Hullabaloo. 8, Reel. 9, Less. 10, April. 11, Drab. 12, Incognito. 16, Makeshift. 20, Tuba. 22, Civet. 23, Chef. 24, Jeer. 25, Incinerate. Down - 1, Tureen. 2, Blossom. 3, Obtain. 4, Claret. 5, World. 7, Cedar. 13, Irk. 14, Chicory. 15, Queen. 17, Advice. 18, Extent. 19, Fiesta. 21, Acrid.
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SUDOKU No. 4107
ACROSS Uproar (10) Dance (4) Minus (4) Month (5) Dull (4) Disguised (9) Stopgap (9) Musical instrument (4) Cat (5) Cook (4) Mock (4) Burn (10)
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Shop hours open to state review By Jeremy Sollars THE Palaszczuk government has released an Issues Paper inviting the public to have its say on options for retail trading hours reform in Queensland. “Over the next month, the government is seeking submissions from interested parties for its review of retail trading hours in Queensland,” Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace said. “The independent review is in response to concerns from business and the community that our trading hours arrangements are too complex. “It has the potential to unlock $200
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Community Diary ■ Stanthorpe Ute and Boot Market
will be on Sunday 23 October from 8am-noon at the Woolworths Stanthorpe car park. Contact Sandra or Tina on (07) 4681 9400. Supporting the Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation. ■ Travelling Country Music Club Monthly Social will be on Sunday 23 October at the Cowboys Clubhouse in Queens Park from 10:30am to 5pm. Cost $8 adult, $4 children, includes lunch, endless cups tea or coffee and afternoon tea. Come along and enjoy the day with friendly people. Inquiries to Michael on 0412 987 168, Marlene on 0419 710 828 or Del on 048 613 823.
■ Killarney and District Senior Citi-
zens Music Morning will be on Thursday 27 October at the Killarney Senior Citizens Hall, Ailanthus Street, Killarney, from 9.30am. Admission is $10 per person, morning tea and lunch, music provided by Gary Teunis. For more information contact Jessie Volk on 4664 1208 or Shirley Ballard on 4664 1248. ■ The Australian Breastfeeding Association Tenterfield-Granite Belt Group will meet on Thursday 27 October at 167 Manners Street, Tenterfield, from 10.30am. Topics will be breastfeeding, and managing your supply. Everyone is welcome including partners, grandparents and friends. Bring a healthy plate to share. Contact Leah on 0409 001
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■ Freestone Friendly Friday will be on
Friday 28 October at the Freestone Hall from 5.30pm. Downs Drifters joining for indoor bowls and social night. ■ Warwick Singles Social Club Over 50s will meet on Saturday 18 June at Warwick Coffee Club from 2pm. Meet new people on a social basis. Those who are new in town can join for social occasions regularly for friendship, coffee, movies, chat. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. ■ Killarney Country Markets and Carboot Sale will be on Sunday 30 October at Canning Park, Killarney, from 8am to 1pm. Stalls including fruit and veg, plants, collectables, craft,
cakes and more. Live music from Carl Roland and Maggie Stokes. This month’s market theme is After the Rodeo with country music, horse gear, horse book etc. Phone Marie on 4543 4610 (local call) or 0458 991 921. ■ Killarney Red Cross Melbourne Cup Lunch will be on Tuesday 1 November at the Senior Citizens Hall, Killarney. Pick up available on the day from 11am if required. A lovely luncheon for just $12 includes cold meats, mixed salads and dessert. Support the local community and Red Cross. Contact with orders by Tuesday 24 October to Shirley on 4664 1248 or Peter on 0456 123 425. ■ Warwick Charity Markets will be on Sunday 6 November at the Town
Hall Car Park in Warwick from 8am to noon. More stall holders required, phone Daphne on 4661 5003. Inquiries phone Virgil or Maggie on 4527 4195 or 0404 993 507. Proceeds go to charity. ■ Remembrance Day Commemoration will be on Thursday 10 November at the Freestone Hall from 10am. Morning tea provided. ■ Markets in the Mountains will be on Sunday 13 November at the Showgrounds Exhibition Hall, High Street, Stanthorpe, from 8am to noon. ■ Freestone Christmas Friendly Friday will be on Friday 9 December at the Freestone Hall from 5.30pm. Bring a plate, Santa arriving.
on 4681 3375. Stanthorpe Toastmasters meets on the second and fourth Thursday of the month at 7pm at the Adult Learning Centre, McGlew Street, Stanthorpe. Visitors welcome to pop in at no charge. Phone Tony Hassall on (07) 4684 1322. Tenterfield Community Gardens holds a working bee behind Tenterfield TAFE in the High Street on Saturdays from 2pm to 5pm. Everyone is welcome to join in producing fresh produce in a friendly and social setting. Contact Granite Borders Landcare on (02) 6736 3500. Tenterfield Arts and Craft Society meets on Thursdays at the Visitors Information Centre, Rouse Street from 10am to 2pm. Visitors should bring lunch. Phone (02) 6736 3973 or (02) 6736 3709. Tenterfield all in Together Shed meets on Thursdays at the TAFE barn, Wood Street. Men and women are invited to join in and learn new skills and work on projects for a $2 donation for a cuppa and biscuit. Phone Ian Docherty on 0402 305 003. Tenterfield Petanque (Pe-Tong) Group meets on Thursdays from 1.30pm to 5pm at Millbrook Park, Naas Street, Tenterfield. Petanque is a social game with simple rules and is lots of fun. Playing fee is $3. Bring a chair and afternoon tea. Phone Jan and Warwick Firth on (02) 6736 3445 or Robyn and Tom Short on (02) 6736 4980. The Southern Downs Jazz Society is looking for members. Phone Terry on 4664 1713. The Queensland Justices Association Warwick Branch meets monthly at the Warwick RSL meeting room at 6.15pm. All JPs or Commissioners for Declaration are welcome. For more information phone Rhonda Eather on 0427 580 297. U3A Warwick meets for friendship, learning and sharing skills. Phone Erica on 4667 0848. Warwick Artist’s Group meets in Willi Street. The art group meets on Mondays from 1pm to 4pm, the textile art group meets on Tuesdays from 10am to 1pm, the acrylics group meets on Wednesdays from 10am to noon, and
the water colours group meets on Fridays from10am to noon. Inquiries to Sue Keong on 0402 460 919. Warwick Central Indoor Bowls Club meets on Thursdays at 7.30pm and Saturdays at 1.30pm at St Marys Hall. Open afternoon names by1.15pm. Phone Luke on 4667 1375 or Ruby on 4664 4163. Warwick City Brass Band rehearses on Mondays from 7pm to 9pm. New players of any age are welcome. Phone 4661 7631 or 4661 3714. Warwick Contact Bridge Club meets on Mondays at 1pm, Wednesday evenings, and Friday at 1pm in Wallace Street. Phone 4661 2045 or 0423 276 790. Warwick Day View Club meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 11am for lunch at Warwick Golf Club. Phone Michele on 4661 5339. Warwick and District Country Music Club practice night is on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month at 7pm at Slade Hall. Phone 4664 1374, 4667 1483 or 4666 6062. Warwick Potters Association’s gallery at 63 Horsman Road is open on Wednesdays and Saturdays. For inquiries phone Raye on 0402 307 637. Warwick Red 8. Hatters meets on the second Tuesday of February, April, June, August, October and December. Phone Florence on 4661 3914 or Margaret on 4661 2326. Warwick Spinners and Weavers Group meets every Wednesday at Atkinson House, Christian College, Horsman Road, Warwick from 9.30am-2pm. Phone the club on 0402 420 460 for more information. Warwick Thistle Pipe Band practices each Friday night at the band room in Albert Street at 7pm. Players and learners most welcome. Phone 4661 3547. Warwick Toastmaster Club meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at Warwick Library rooms at 7.30pm. Phone Trina on 0435 005 612. Warwick Shire Woodcrafters meets on the last Wednesday evening of the month from 7.30pm to 8.30pm and every Saturday morning. Phone Wayne Vince on (07) 4661 9282.
Community Directory ORGANISATIONS Baha’i Faith. For information and meeting times in Warwick phone 4661 3862 or 4661 7790 and for meetings in Stanthorpe phone 4681 2618. Border Landcare Organic Group meets on the fourth Saturday of the month. Phone Sarah Hamlyn-Harris on 4681 2962. Lions Club of Warwick meets at the Criterion Hotel on the first and third Wednesday of the month from 6.30pm to 7pm for fellowship. Phone Con LoGiudice on 0422 158 181 or Heather Shilling on 0407 638 240. Over Eaters Anonymous, serving the Southern Downs, meets weekly in Clifton. Phone 4697 3185 or 4612 3201. CVC Drop-In Centre is open every Friday from 9am to 11am at the CVC Hall, corner Albion and Mary streets, Warwick. All welcome. Phone 4661 2120 or visit www.cvc.org.au. The Warwick Veteran and Vintage Vehicle Club is for people who are interested in restoring vintage vehicles. Phone Joe on 0488 922 345. Warwick Men’s Shed members meet every Saturday, Monday and Wednesday from 9am to noon. Broadband for Seniors, free internet access and tuition. Phone 0490 170 569. Warwick Weight Crunchers meets at the Community Centre, Oak Tree Retirement Village, 12 O’Leary Street, Warwick, on Mondays at 9am. Phone Rosemary on 0402 006 222.
OTHER Fr Joe McKey Archives/Museum is at Old St Marys Church, Palmerin Street, Warwick. Visits are welcomed and may be arranged by phoning the curator on 4661 3497. Handicraft classes are held by QCWA qualified teachers on Wednesdays from 9am to 11am at the QCWA Tea Rooms at 56 Grafton Street, Warwick. Cost is $3. Phone Nola on 4661 3481 or Audrey on 4661 2509. Killarney Country Markets and Car Boot Sale. Last Sunday every month at Canning Park, Killarney from 8am1pm. Enquiries to Marie on 4543 4610 (local Call) or 0458 991 921. Stanthorpe RSL Band rehearses on
Thursdays from 6.30pm to 8pm (winter) at the Bandshell, Weeroona Park, Marsh Street, Stanthorpe. Phone 0433 366 464.
CARDS Games of 500 are played every Wednesday from 9am to noon at the Stanthorpe RSL. Phone John or Jan on 4681 3761, 0418 272 460 or 0410 029 679. Cards anyone? Crazy whist is played on Tuesdays at 10am and Fridays at 2pm at Warwick RSL Club. Phone 46611788. Killarney Senior Citizens members play cards every Wednesday from 1.30pm and bowls from 1.30pm on Tuesdays. Phone 4664 1208. Warwick and Districts Card Crafters Group meets on the first Wednesday of every month February - November at Warwick Library conference room from 11am to 2pm. All welcome. Phone Darlene on 0458 198 595 for more info on group and monthly crafters challenge. Social Euchre every Tuesday night at the Condamine Sports Club from 6pm to 8:30pm, cost $2 per player. Social Euchre also at Warwick RSL on Mondays from 1:30pm to 4pm, cost $2 per player. All new players welcome. Contact Mary Bourke on 4661 9907.
CHILDREN’S SERVICES Kids Club is held at Wesleyan Chapel, corner Wood and William streets on Wednesdays from 3.50pm to 5pm for grades one to seven. Phone Joyce on 4667 0124 or Noela on 0407 971 321 for more information. Tenterfield Playgroup Association meets every Friday from 10am to noon at the RSL Hall on Molesworth Street. Parents and carers of children under five welcome, they just need to bring morning tea for themselves and their child. Phone Rachel on 0429 436 756. Australian Breastfeeding Association, Stanthorpe, meets on the first Thursday of the month from 9.30am at 8 Corundum Street. Phone 0409 001 634 or email www.breastfeeding. asn.au.
CHURCHES Christian Victory Centre is open at
10am on Sundays at 13 Mary Street, Warwick. Phone 4661 2515 or visit www.cvc.orq.au. Granite Belt Baptist Church meets every Sunday from 9.30am to 6pm at the Little Theatre, Connor Street, Stanthorpe. Phone 4681 0350. Stanthorpe Seventh Day Adventist Church in Caves Road meets each Saturday at 9.30am for Bible study and at 11am for divine service. Phone 4681 2065 or 4681 1382. Wesleyan Methodist Church on the corner of Wood and William streets, Warwick, holds a family service at 9am on Sundays. All welcome. Phone Pastor Doug Baigrie on 0439 838 525.
CLUBS The Granite Belt U3A meets for friendship and learning on the third Thursday of the month. Phone the secretary on 4681 3495. Rotary Club of Warwick Sunrise holds a breakfast meeting each Thursday from 7am to 8am at Gardens Galore, Albion Street, Warwick. All welcome. Phone Peter Rodeck on 0408 154 478. QCWA Killarney Branch Handcraft is held on the third Monday of every month at 9am. Floral art is held at 9.30am on the last Monday of the month. Phone 4666 4165. Seniors Table Tennis every Monday and Friday at St Marys Squash Pavilion, Wood Street, Warwick, from 9am11am. Phone Chris on 0428 443 848 or Una on 0406 274 377. St Marks Indoor Bowls Club meets every Wednesday at 7.30pm at St Marks Hall, Warwick. Phone Ed on 4661 8885. St Andrews Tennis Club welcomes new members to play every Wednesday at 8.30am and on Saturday afternoons on the corner of Stacey Street, Warwick. Phone 4661 2340. St Andrews Indoor Bowls Club meets on Thursdays at 1.30pm at Williams Hall, Warwick. Phone Jean on 4661 8117 or Ruth on 4667 1393. Stanthorpe and District Naval Subsection meets every fourth Sunday at Stanthorpe RSL. Lunch is available at the club and the general meeting is held at1.30pm. Phone the president
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I AM sure I am not the only one saying - thank you tennis “finally”- after the announcement of the action taken over Nick Kyrios' latest petulant behaviour. Hopefully, this will be the catalyst that allows him to allow himself to be the best he can at this sport. The jury is still out for me personally. If he dislikes the sport as much as he makes out, then perhaps he should move on. Quite obviously at this point in time, he has no respect for a game for which he has a natural gift and shows little gratitude for what it has provided him. At the other end of the spectrum, one of Australia’s greatest ambassadors Anna Meares drew the curtain on an illustrious career earlier this week. Only then did she give an insight into what she physically put herself through to compete in Rio. An amazing woman, an amazing sporting work ethic - a true Aussie Champion. I reckon there is a movie to be made of this lady’s career down the track. It’s been one of those weeks - Michael Clarke - yes you remember him, the “Pup” who went on to become the Aussie cricket captain and divided a nation. Clarke this week released his book My Story and it is sure to ruffle some feathers if his 60 minutes interview is anything to go by. Never one to run from telling it as it is - Clarke’s interview provided an insight into Clarke, the player, captain and person. He revealed that early on in his career he did not have aspirations to lead the country being satisfied playing for Australia. He revealed it was more important to be respected by his team-mates than liked as captain and he did things his way. It was also very obvious that the death of close friend and mate Phil Hughes still weighs heavily on Clarke who, this season, is padding up and playing grade cricket for his beloved Western Suburbs in Sydney. Methinks history may judge M Clarke more kindly than many of his contemporaries. - Casey WILL THE WOBBLIES MAKE THREE FIRST there was the Western Bulldogs breaking a 62-year drought. Then the Cronulla Sharks proved good things come to those who wait - if you live long enough - when they won the NRL premiership. Now the question remains can the Wallabies break a 30-year drought and win at Eden Park this weekend? To end this hoodoo, Michael Cheika’s men must do what no team has done since the Andrew Slack captained and Alan Jones coached side of 1969 which won 22-9. The 1969 team line-up was impressive: Andrew Leeds, David Campese, Andrew Slack [c], Brett Papworth, Matthew Burke, Michael Lynagh, Nick Farr-Jones, Steve Tuynman, Simon Poidevin, Jeff Miller, Steve Cutler, Bill Campbell, Enrique Rodriguez, Tom Lawton and Mark Hartill. This weekend David Pocock returns from injury to bolster the Wallaby line-up. Pocock was not born when the Aussies last won in Eden Park and he will be hoping that he along with his teammates can rewrite their own piece of history in 2016. JANNENGA REALISES WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GOAL LAST weekend 28-year-old Stanthorpe man Adrian Jannenga took on the best in the world competing in the 2016 OCR (Obstacle Course Racing for the uninitiated) which were held in Blue Mountain, Ontario, Canada, 313 athletes from 42 countries qualified for the event held over three days. Jannenga qualified after his success in the recent True Grit competition held at Mount Tambourine. The Stanthorpe local finished the World
Sun Will Shine past the post first to take out the 2016 Stanthorpe Cup. Championship course which is said to have included some of the best obstacles seen in the sport in 177th spot in a time of 2.50.10 with no penalties. During the championships, he competed in three different races, a total of more than 60 obstacles with a 100 per cent completion rate and reported at the end of the weekend he was, understandably, “a bit tender.” Jannenga thanked the Stanthorpe community who got behind him and helped achieve his goal to attend the OCR World Championships. After soaking up the whole World Championship experience, Jannenga is now looking towards his next event - the Spartan Super in New Jersey USA in a few days. However, he is already planning his training regime to ensure he gets to the 2017 World Championship event after experiencing being part of Team Australia OCR. Congratulations, a remarkable result for someone who only took up the sport three years ago. CUP MEETING ANOTHER SUCCESS THE weather could not have been more perfect, the course was in great order, the racing was good and the big crowd certainly enjoyed yet another great race meeting at Armstrong Park last Saturday. The main race on the five-event card, the Central Motors Stanthorpe Cup was won in fine style by the Toowoomba galloper Sun Will Shine. The seven-year-old was turned out in great order by trainer Tom Dougall and was ridden a treat by one of the stable’s regular riders Nathan Evans. Starting at $6.00 the gelding showed a real liking for the tricky Stanthorpe track skipping away to a length and a half win over Tapestry Vision and Billy Goat. The trainer and jockey got the meeting off to a winning start when they took out the opening event the Greenlands Timber / Stanthorpe Border Post Maiden with the well-backed favourite Golden Search. Having only its fifth race start, the four-year-old was an impressive four length winner. Gary Schwenke trained the first of two winners when Whispering Wings saluted in the K & A QTIS Benchmark 55 Hcap over 1000 metres. The Warwick-trained mare hung on to win by a head from the Toowoomba galloper Zip to the Moon and the fast finishing Casse Bleu. Inverell galloper Surf Ski started favourite in the Country Club / Liquor Legends and jockey Michael Schrapel gave connections and punters no cause for alarm. The mare leading all the way for a comfortable three-length win. The well-fancied Virtuity showed a good turn of foot in the straight to win the final event on the program, the Stanthorpe RSL / Crisps Coaches Benchmark 55. The winner got home under strong riding from Jed Hodge in the closing stag-
Surf Ski with apprentice Michael Schrapel in the saddle head up the rise to give Inverell trainer Wayne Oakefull a win in the COUNTRY CLUB HOTEL/LIQUOR LEGENDS Class B Handicap. es to win by three quarters of a length from the fast finishing Chilli Beach and Felix. The win gave trainer Gary Schwenke and jockey Jed Hodge a double on a very successful afternoon of racing. Club president Chips Brunckhorst thanked sponsors, owners and trainers for once again supporting the annual meeting. It was another great day for the public who turned out in numbers and frocked up in style. Fashions on the Field was as hotly contested as any race on the day. Regular Brisbane visitor Bernie Pramberg was once again full of praise for the meeting saying, “It’s been another great day - you never know who you will run into at the Stanthorpe Cup. “I’ve caught up with dual rugby international Geoff Richardson for the first time in 40 years. “He looks as fit as ever,” said Pramberg who is as well-known as a former first class Brisbane referee as he is Courier Mail journo. Even though his charges could only manage placings, Toowoomba trainer Max Kropp was another full of praise for the meeting, the track and facilities. LATE RUN FOR WINNING SCORE WHILE many in Stanthorpe were preening, preparing and pawing over form guides, the diehard golfers were out on the course playing in a single stableford event sponsored by the Stanthorpe Golf Club. Lyle Bryant hit the course early and posted a score of 39 which quickly became the benchmark. Players came and went throughout the round and Bryant held onto the lead. It was not until the final group arrived back in the clubhouse that his score was beaten. Wes Smith with
a late run returned 40 points to snatch the victory from Bryant’s clutches, leaving him to enjoy the runner-up spoils. Viv Thouard, Alan Kerr and Eric McLellan each claimed a pin shot at three,12 and 17. Keith Green picked up the pro-pin 1/10 and Ian Harvey took both 5/14 and 9/18. Things were a little less dramatic in the Ladies event which Neta Thouard won by a clear margin. Thouard returned 36 points for her round three points clear of runner-up Kay Webb. Edith Stewart won the only ladies pin with her second shot approach at 17. In the run down, those in the men’s competition with scores of 36 and better each took a ball and in the ladies, it was a ball each to those who scored 32 or better.32 Preparations are well underway for the Stanthorpe Open Carnival this weekend. With the recent rain, the course will be in tip top condition for the big field which will include many visiting players. There are still some places available in the medley 4BBB on Saturday, however the field is full in Sunday’s single event. It is a shotgun start at11.45am for Saturday’s event. In the single events on Sunday, there are a number of double tee off times with a number of players teeing off in the morning. Participating players are expected to be aware of their respective tee times and be ready at their allocated time. The Stanthorpe Golf Club is extremely grateful to once again have the support of long term local sponsor Maddie’s Gift Gallery and also City Golf Club who sponsor many clubs in the region.
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Spotting a winner at Armstrong Park were from left Rose Walters, Lucy Low, Mel Zanatta and Toni Giffin.
Adrian Jannenga competed in the OCR World Championships last weekend in Blue Mountain Ontario.
HOOPER PLAYS PIVOTAL ROLE IN WIN SHANE Hooper played a pivotal role in Inglewood’s six-wicket win over Allora in last Saturday’s Warwick cricket fixtures. Hooper scored 54 as Inglewood reeled in the Allora total of 137. After recent top class performances with the bat, Hooper is establishing himself as one of the form batsmen this season. Team-mate Jamien Smith provided good support scoring 40 in Inglewood’s dominant performance. A captain’s knock of 39 from Brad Johnson was the top score for Allora. Mick Kelk also contributed 37 to the overall Allora total of 9/137 which was always going to be difficult to defend. Meanwhile, the other fixture game played on Saturday between Maryvale Condamine and Sovereign Animals at Slade Park resulted in a big win for Maryvale. In another low scoring match, Maryvale bowlers dismissed their opposition for a paltry 64 runs. Tim Drennert (17) top scored for Sovereign Animals in an innings where the bowlers dominated the bat. Bowling figures made for good reading for Maryvale Condamine fans. Mitch Mack led the way with 2/2 from his one over. Not to be outdone, Andrew Ryan chimed in with 2/13 from six; Dave Walker 2/14 from seven and Scott McLennan 2/17 from eight. A score sheet to be proud of. Chasing only 65 to win, it was in-form batsman Jason Steketee who led the way finishing not out 42 as Maryvale went on to win by 10 wickets. BILLYCARTS FREE RANGING ON THE BORDER BILLYCART racing something baby boomers enjoyed as free range kids is certainly making a comeback and gaining in popularity as a new generation of kids and their parents discover the magic of the “Billycart” hurtling down a hill. Following recent successful events in Ballandean and Warwick, this weekend kids and some not so young but young at heart will be making tracks to Wallangarra for the Billycarts on the Border event now in its second year. So if you haven’t nominated yet, the Wallangarra /Jennings border community invites you to come along for some country fun on Saturday. All will be in readiness in Glenlyon Street at the ‘Garra with all carts starting from a purposebuilt ramp. Get into your craziest outfit, get your billy cart ready and take up you position. There are plenty of great prizes to be won. Support crews and spectators will be well looked after with delicious local food stalls, market stalls, and entertainment for all ages.
Wheatvale failed to recover and were dismissed cheaply for 95. Colts bowlers shared the honours. After making the initial breakthrough, Cameron Peterson proved difficult to score off taking three wickets for 14 runs in his eight-over spell. He found solid support from Maugan Benn Frazer McVeigh and Jacob Gross who each took two wickets. FOURSOME CHAMPIONSHIPS DECIDED THE Wallangarra golf club hosted the Wallangarra Foursome Championships last Sunday. Gross winners of the event sponsored by Stanthorpe Quality Meats were J. Purcell and S. Hampstead. Nett winners were Williams, S & K - runners-up T. Murphy and A. Thompson. P. Williams shot close to an ace to take the pin shot at the third. K. Williams played the ninth equally as well and grabbed the pin shot on that hole. Steve Hampstead grabbed the pin shot at the eleventh. On Saturday the club’s single stroke event was the perfect lead to Sunday’s Championship. K. Williams was the winner of the event ahead of runner-up G. Sutcliffe. The pair also cleaned up, winning the pins at nine and 11 respectively. The club would like to thank the sponsor Stanthorpe Quality Meets for its local support and wish it to continue into the future The Championship wrapped up a busy weekend at the ‘Garra and the club is grateful to the Championship sponsor Stanthorpe Quality Meats for their support. BUSY WEEK FOR PLAYERS ANOTHER busy week for those playing mallet sports in Stanthorpe. Association croquet players were down a player when regular Val Richards withdrew with foot pain. Val Shephard went on to take a break of six in the game she played against Carol Verwey and Jenny Tunbridge. Richards took out the game 18-13. Pat Schnoor and Effey Russell teamed up to defeat Grace Howard 24-18. During the game, Schnoor had one break of five and two breaks of four while Grace Howard had a break of three. Andrea Denkewitz and Heather Widderick resulted in a close 19 - 17 win to Andrea. Golf croquet players appreciated another day of great conditions and split into two groups. One group playing doubles the other triples. Marian Castles, Justin Liddy and Dianne Wren teamed up to play Bev Sullivan, Judy Lock and Val Fancourt and won the game 7-4. Bill Golding, played two balls in the doubles game defeating Elaine Brown and Liz Ellway.
Golding scored a hoop in one in this game. The doubles group hit off first in the second game. Judy Locke played two and scored a winning eight to seven hoops against Fancourt and Liddy. The triples group of Dianne Wren, Bev Sullivan and Bill Golding scored a win over their opponents. Ten players were on deck for Friday’s gateball games. Andrea Denkewitz, Margaret Dickenson, Pat Schnoor, Jenny Tunbridge and John Draper teamed up for the Red team they faced off against the White team of Bill Golding, Val Fancourt, Les Williams, Carol Verwey and Heather Widderick and won 14 - 8. In the second game, the after the mandatory 30 minutes scores were locked at 13-all and required a shoot out to decide the winner. Each player takes one shot at gate one and the team with the most successful passes win. The Red team won the shoot out 5 - 4 and went on to win the third and fourth games. There were some fine examples of sliders played several players, so the recent practice is obviously paying off. COWBOYS PRESIDENT STANDING DOWN DAVID O’Leary current president of the Warwick Cowboys has announced that he is standing down from the position after only one year in the job and what a year. O’Leary should be justifiably proud of the success of the club which won the 2016 club championship and he leaves the club in great shape. A former Cowboys player and coach, the president cites the growing commitments of a young family as his reason for standing down from the position. The Warwick Club’s AGM is scheduled for 26 October at 6.30pm. Anyone who may be interested in nominating for a position on the Cowboy’s executive can contact O’Leary by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is of course AGM season for local rugby league clubs and Stanthorpe Senior and Junior Rugby League are holding their respective AGMs on 25 October at Sullivan Oval. The Junior club’s meeting at 5.15pm and Seniors at 7pm. Local Rugby League remains in the news and for a great reason. Earlier this week, it was confirmed that Warwick Credit Union will officially sponsor Warwick and District Junior Rugby League in a recently negotiated arrangement. The sponsorship will directly benefit the 1000 plus junior players registered with WDJRL.
runners-up on a countback were Slave. C. Sawyer and Y. Reid also on 29 points. Results - P. Collis, B. Black, D. Warr d W. Tucker, R. Philps, L. Tucker 12-7; K. Mungal, A. White, A. Zam d V. Hemmings, K. Seaby, V. Gray 13-6; G. Shelly, W. Gibson, L. Monero d M. Wagner, M. Thompson, I. Fordyce 13-6; F. Lyons, L. Marriet, T. Bourke d L. Butler, T. Hagley, L. Marriott 14-5; D. Scotney, K. Mooney, B. Doherty d G. Cross, B. Cross, P. Gainey 15-4; Slave, C. Sawyer, Y. Reid d C. Davidson, R. Tartan, D. Furness 15-5; P. Wagner, L. Collie, P. Siepelt d C. Wickham, D. Cross, J. Johnson 13-6; Round 2 (Skips only) K. Mengal d G. Shelly 16-3; W. Tucker d J. Johnson 13-6; P. Wagner d Collis 13-6; V. Hemmings d M. Wagner13-6; C. Davidson d D. Scotney 15-4; Slave d L. Butler 14-5; G. Cross d F. Lyons 14-5. Congratulations to Yvonne Reid winner of the Canning Brooch played last Thursday. Results for Condamine Sponsored Day - four games of triples and two of pairs were played. - T. Aspinall, I. Skillen, C. McCosker d D. Scotney, G. Russells, J. Irwin 16-10; G. Mulcahy, P. Bunch, S. Dumjohn d J. Woodrow, G. Moody, P. Gainey 14-12; G. Dent, R. Russell, W. Foster def. M. Ford, G. Hughes, M. Mitchell 25-6; C. Davidson, L. Dent, R. Bell d L. McCoster, T. Gainey, K. Wilson 19-15; R. Francis, B. Moody d V. Gray, C. Dipplesman 27-20; T. Francis, P. Klowss d S. Dipplesman and B. Doherty 20-18. Results for the RSL Downs Diggers last Sunday - K. Hewitt, C. Muller, S. Andrews d C. Davidson, Ron and Cita 33-13; R. Scollen, D. Furness, L. Butler d J. Shannon, L. Marriott, G. Bent 19-14; P. Schultz, B. O’Brien, J. Ryn d D. Cross, C. Droos, T. Beutel 21-17; B. Stevens, L.Clayton, J. Doherty d L. McCosker, V.
Hemmings, M. Sievin 20-18; M. Stubbs, B. Cross, K. Dean d Y. Reid, Evert, G. Logan 25-22; N. Bannermans, G. Cross, J. Hogan, G. Buntain d D. Scotney, D. Pitt, Prickles, W. Foster 28-15; R. Stubbs, C. Sawyer, Aub, Bonny d K. Seaby, Len, Graham, Gwenda 21-14. Note our next management meeting will be Sunday at 9.30am, followed by the Men’s meeting at 11am. Date to remember is Melbourne Cup day on 1 November, bowls 10 to 12 followed by lunch. WARWICK EAST BOWLS The club starts off this week with a correction to last week’s results of the mixed triples held on Thursday 6 October. In round 2, P. Collis, B. Black and C. Lawler 15 d B. Gibson, B. Lee and D. Weir 4. Consequently, it was P. Collis’s team which was the overall winners on the day. On Saturday, a very close game of pairs resulted in E. Diery and D. Weir 16 defeating P. Dipplesmann and B. Lee 14. On Thursday 27 October, the club will hold the monthly Red Rooster triples. Note that our starting times will revert to 12.30pm from now on. Skips ensure you have a full team available and notify the club of any problems. Members and visitors who would like a game, contact the club on 4661 9050 between 11.15 and noon on the morning of the game. On Sunday 30 October the club will be holding its annual Patron and Patroness day. Play will start at 1pm with names to be in by 12.30pm. The club would like as many members as possible to come along to support Graham and Gloria on their day. Visitors are very welcome to join us. As a result there will be no social bowls on Saturday 29 October.
But for the Racers it will go like this: Off the ramp starts the race, down the hill at a crazy pace. Across the line at the end, who will be first it will depend. Because of the driver, because of the cart, or because of the will within one’s heart. Looking forward to seeing you there on the day. THORN COMES UP ROSES STANTHORPE Sporters took to the course early on Sunday morning. The near-perfect conditions proved to be to the liking of one of the club stalwarts, Ray Thorn who picked up a well-deserved win edging out runner-up Tony Steele. Thorn also had the pin shot on the 12th. The run-downs went to Mick Doorley and Mick Speer. Doorley had the best gross and held the pin shot at the 17th. There were no takers for the Pro Pin. Lucky meat tray winners were Angelo Maugeri and Aaron Simmers. Sporters are reminded that there is no play this Sunday due to the Stanthorpe Open - if you are not involved in that competition, enjoy your sleep in and things will be back to normal on Sunday 30 October. COLTS OFF TO A FLYER WARWICK Hotel Colts are off to a flyer in the 2016/'17 cricket season and remain unbeaten after the completion of three rounds. Last weekend they defeated Wheatvale at Slade Oval. Colts batted first and set their opponents a 208-run target despite a solid bowling performance by Wheatvale quick Paul Cantwell. He took three wickets in five deliveries to finish with figures of 5/20. However, Colts batsmen Geoff Thorley and Maugan Benn combined for an impressive third wicket partnership of 119 helping to push the score to over the two hundred mark. Opener Thorley fell just four runs short of scoring a ton when he aimed to despatch a full toss to the boundary and was caught. His 96 included an impressive 12 boundaries. Cantwell was well supported by fellow bowlers James Breen who took three wickets in his eight over spell and Carter Bilbrough who claimed 2/38 from six overs. A defining moment in the game was the early dismissal of Wheatvale opener Paul Cantwell who was caught by Mitch Watson off the bowling of Cameron Peterson in Wheatvale’s first over.
Around the grounds SOUTHERN DOWNS RIFLE 500 yards F Class Russel Fry 119.3, Murray Reck 117.7, Rob Smythe 116.3, Neil Sexton 115.7, Margaret Taylor 114.3, Alistair Sexton 111.2, Dave Norman 111.2, Graham Eagle 110.3, Dave Taylor 110.2, Darryl Reck 105.1, Bruce McAllan 103.3, Ted Long 85. A fine morning greeted all, with the wind increasing for the second round to make life interesting for the competitors. Well done Russel to get top score for his first win. Next week on Sunday 23 October we will be shooting at 600 yards, the following week on Sunday 30 October we will be having a fly shoot at 300 yards followed by a barbecue. Contact Margaret on 4666 1018 for details. WARWICK BOWLS MEN’S SECTION: Capalaba Bowls Club visited the club on 8 and 9 October. There were both great fun days of bowls. The club, and the green, did not know what hit it with all the fun and laughter. It was wonderful to see. Their club raffled a beautiful seafood platter which was won by Ivy Wagner. Jackpot bowls was played last Wednesday with 20 playing. The Jackpot did not go off. The draw from the winning cards for Domino’s Pizza vouchers was won by Don Neal and Percy Cutmore. Thanks to Domino’s Pizza for sponsoring this day each month. It is very much appreciated by the club. LAST SATURDAY, THE FINAL OF SELF SELECTED FOURS WAS PLAYED. RESULT: T. Seaniger, G. Rapp, D. Warr, P. Collis d A. Naylor, P. Gynther, M.
O’Leary, B. Black 22-12. Congratulations to Peter’s team. COMING EVENTS FOR OCTOBER: Wednesday 19: K.F.C. sponsored bowls. Saturday 22: Club Selected Fours (no details) and social bowls. Sunday 23: Men’s Open Fours Carnival. Wednesday 26: Valentines’ and Christensen’s sponsored cash bowls afternoon. For all social and sponsored days, names on the notice board, or phone 4661 1516 from noon to 12.30pm on the day for play at 1pm. LADIES SECTION: The monthly general meeting will be held this Friday 21 October at 10am. We will be catering for the Men’s Open Carnival on Sunday. Morning tea is at 8.30am. Work Camp ladies unfortunately will not be available. Helpers are required by 7.30am. SOUTHERN CROSS BOWLS A big thank you to the Ladies for catering last Sunday for the visit from RSL Downs Diggers also on Saturday for the Condamine Club sponsored day. Ladies social bowls today, men are welcome. This Saturday 22 , the club hosts 40 from Kingscliff, the Butcher Birds Club for lunch at noon, then bowls and afternoon tea. Call 0407 641 158 or ring the club 4661 1876 early on Saturday if you will be having lunch with us, so we can manage catering. Winners of our Turkey Triples which were played last Wednesday was K. Mengal, A. White and A. Zam on 29 points and the
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