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Issue #359 – Wednesday, 30 November, 2016

Albury Wodonga’s largest circulating newspaper

Lake Eyre from his eyrie LOCAL aerial photographer David Taylor ventured 2500 feet in to the sky to photograph the stunning colours and salt patterns of Lake Eyre, which can be viewed at MAMA from 8 December.

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$1.4m youth cafe By Monique Kuzeff WITH the recent opening of the $1.39 million state-of-the-art Retro Lane Cafe on Friday, the Border’s youth once again have a safe and central place to meet and hang-out in Albury. It’s been almost two years since the Retro Youth Cafe on Dean Street closed to make way for MAMA, but now youth are able to utilise the newest development to their advantage. The Retro Lane Cafe, which is positioned beside the Library Museum and faces QEII Square, brings many opportunities for youth to engage in. Friday gigs will once again be hosted and young people will be able to get involved in after-school programs and workshops, homework and study assistance, resume writing, and other activities To Albury MP Greg Aplin the new cafe would be an important addition to the city’s history in years to come, supporting young people in “following their creative dreams”. “Here you are building an important history, you are adding a chapter to the life of the former Retro Youth Cafe, squeezed as it was,” Mr Aplin said. “Now it is up to your term to build this place into a place where you want to be - a place where you’ll make new friends. “I hope it will be a place where young people can talk freely about their hopes, about their ambitions and how to deal with human prejudices and fear.” For Harry Reid, Retro Youth Management Committee member, the Retro Lane Cafe provides a space where he and his friend can come together, enjoy the numerous programs on offer and “connect and interact” with other young people alike. “This space provides youth services with the unique opportunity to connect and interact with young people in a vibrant environment, which of course of-

AlburyCity mayor Kevin Mack and Albury MP Greg Aplin with members of the Retro Youth Management Committee at the opening of the Retro Lane Cafe. 162550 Picture: MONIQUE KUZEFF fers great food and atmosphere,” Harry said. “I think we are extremely fortunate to have a youth dedicated area and I can attest that the Youth Management Committee is extremely excited to take advantage of this wonderful space.” “Retro Lane Cafe prides itself on exposing youth and indeed all age groups, we don’t discriminate against the elderly.” AlburyCity mayor Kevin Mack opened the cafe on Friday as he praised the youth for their patience in the last two years as they awaited the completion of the new development. “Young people have certainly been very patient in the last two years,” Cr

Mack said in his opening speech. “It has been a passion of our council and the youth council that has made this vision arrive. “This cafe is all-inclusive aiming to be a hub of engagement for all young people while offering an alternative and unique cafe in central Albury that is open to all.” The cafe is open Monday to Saturday from 10am. The return of Friday night gigs will push the cafe’s closing time to 9pm. To find out more about the Retro Lane Cafe including room hire, programs, menu and events, visit alburycity.nsw.gov.au/retrolane

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By Monique Kuzeff INDI MP Cathy McGowan has succeeded in organising another round table meeting, but this time with Senator Bridget McKenzie, local dairy farmers, dairy industry representatives and the Department of Human Service on the matter of relief for Indi dairy farmers. The round table meeting will be held in Tangambalanga on 12 December, and will address the long delays dairy farmers are facing to access emergency financial assistance. “I am looking forward to welcoming Senator Bridget McKenzie to Indi. It is good to see the Nationals responding to the plea for

help from farmers,” Ms McGowan said in a press release. “It’s time now for action to fix the delays. “The dairy industry is vital to Indi and to the national economy. The government needs to look after our dairy farmers and their families, many of whom are in serious distress.” Ms McGowan said farmers had been reporting “great frustration” in applying for the Farm Household Assistance. “There are delays of up to 20 weeks for applications to be processed,” she said. “The process is too complex and slow. Completing it online is difficult for people without adequate access to the internet.”

The meeting will enable Senator McKenzie to hear first-hand about the hardship the delays have caused dairy farmers who are dealing with a touching time in the industry. “Action is needed to provide the resources to get the money flowing where it is needed without adding to the farmers’ distress,” she said. “Farmers will be looking for a commitment to that action following the meeting.” Anyone wishing to attend the meeting should contact the electorate office in Wodonga on 02 6024 6284 to express their interest.

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MORE than 7000 racegoers were at the Wodonga and District Turf Club on Friday to watch Melbourne horse Loyalty Manner take out the 2016 Wodonga Gold Cup. With a holiday declared for the third year in a row, Turf Club General Manager Tom O’Connor said a record crowd took advantage of the day off work to come and watch the eight-race program and be part of all the fun and colour of the event. The cup has a long and rich history and is one of the club’s main racedays of the year, always attracting a good crowd and good fields. This year’s event certainly did not disappoint, with the first three horses finishing close together and winner Loyalty Man surviving a protest from the second-placed horse to take secure the cup for 2016. Daniel Moor, aboard the second-placed London Fog, protested alleging interference coming down the home straight however it was dis-

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missed and the placings confirmed with Loyalty Man, the Mike Moroney-trained gelding with Patrick Moloney on board, finishing just ahead of second-placed London Fog, who made a late rally to finish a half a length behind. Pre-race favourite, Mansfield horse Entre Nous, finished a short-neck further back in third. The first local horse home was Providential trained by David O’Prey and owned by the Wodonga Turf Club. Mr O’Connor said they were pleased with the horses performance in classy company over the 1590m open race. “It was an exciting day and a great day for the city of Wondonga,” he said. The cup is the second last race of the year at Wondonga with the traditional Boxing Day racing meeting also expected to attract a good crowd. “The first race meeting at Wondonga was held on Boxing Day so it’s a special annual event here,” Mr O’Connor explained.

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Good climate By Monique Kuzeff

Cr King's pre-election commitment to bring back a caravan park on the banks of the Picture: MONIQUE KUZEFF Murray River was discussed at council on Monday. 162540

Murray caravan park is looking good By Monique Kuzeff THE pre-election promise of Councillor Murray King to bring back a caravan park on the banks of the Murray River is looking promising, as council supported the idea and an investigation in to potential site options on Monday night. Cr King opened discussion saying that while Albury was a river town, it did not have an area to park recreation vehicles, but such a development would increase tourism “exponentially”. “Most river towns from Albury to South Australia have caravan parks or recreational vehicle parks on the banks of the Murray,” Cr King said. “Development of this type of facility would increase tourism exponentially and promote the town exponentially.

“Albury needs this type of facility.” Council agreed to identify potential locations moving into the New Year, with the report deadline brought forward to 28 February. Cr Cohn questioned whether the report would also include “associated risks” such as environmental and flooding risks. General Manger Frank Zaknich said that such issues would be addressed, including financial and economic risks. Mr Zaknich said only “preliminary insights” into potential outcomes would be noted in the report due to the shortened timeframe. “Obviously we won’t go in to a lot of detail ... but it will give council essentially an understanding of potential options and locations,” Mr Zaknich said.

While Cr King said that having the caravan park in close proximity to the Murray River and Albury CBD was an “ideal situation”, he did not want to “rule anything out”. “Hopefully we can explore the benefits and the non-benefits of each of those scenarios,” he said. Mr Zaknich said that the Murray River Experience masterplan identified a site that was in close proximity to the Murray River, but not to the CBD. “There’s a mix of possible sites but obviously we need to look at the ownership of those sites. “I think we have enough there to work with in terms of the scope that the motion is looking for and we will identify what existing information we have.”

THE Sustainable Living Festival was yet again a hit on the Border, attracting the interest of some 6000 people during the month-long event in its third year. Jointly hosted by AlburyCity and Wodonga Council, the event aimed to raise awareness, engage the community and businesses, and encourage residents to take steps towards more sustainable ways of living. AlburyCity deputy mayor Amanda Cohn said the festival was a great opportunity for people living on the Border to get together and talk and learn about sustainable living at a grassroots level. “Some of the challenges we currently face including climate change are really daunting and really complicated,” Cr Cohn said. “Opportunities like this are a really tangible way for people to get involved in their own local community. “Whether they can pick up tips for their own household or their own lifestyle or just get together and talk about larger community projects, it's really empowering.” The festival encompassed a large range of programs including pop-up workshops, talks, demonstrations and exhibits which offered information and education on the tools to reduce, reuse and save money. Cr Cohn said as a regional and agricultural area, the Border and surrounding district

Sustainable Living Festival director Claire Greenhalgh with AlburyCity deputy mayor Amanda Cohn. 162471 Picture:MONIQUE KUZEFF could gain “so much” from coming to the Sustainable Living Festival. “When it’s at a grassroots level, there’s so much to be gained on a sustainable level,” she said. “Even for a climate change denier, having locally owned solar or household solar power saves money. “Being able to produce your own energy, food and repair your own products and lower your consumption is, an exciting way to be less reliable on outside sources of those things - and also you save money.” The screening of the award-

winning new film ‘How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change’ will close the festival on Wednesday 30 November at the Sustainable Activity Centre on Gateway Island. The film talks about climate change and explains particular actions people can take to engage in the issue. Tickets are essential and can be booked through the events page at www.sustainableactivitycentre. com.au To find out more about related activities and groups in the region, visit www.ecoportal. net.au.

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White Ribbon is still active By Monique Kuzeff

Suzanne Grae's Maddi Stein and Wendy Anderson support White Ribbon Australia. 162437 Picture: MONIQUE KUZEFF around here because plenty of it happens and I think it’s got a lot to do with drugs and alcohol. “I had a lady say her husband was an alcoholic and she told me as soon as he got help there was a big difference.” Suzanne Grae in Albury, Lavington and Wodonga will continue to sell the White Ribbon items until they sell out. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence and are seeking support, contact the National Sexual Assault, Domestic and Family Violence Counselling Service on 1800 RESPECT or 1800 737 732.

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By Monique Kuzeff SOME say the best art and the most beauty is seen in nature. Albury aerial and landscape photographer David Taylor would vouch for that having seen spectacular naturally formed visions from above. “Nature is the best art,” David said. “How the sun, water and wind actually have formed the colours and patterns is beyond your imagination. “The extraordinary weathering of our country over thousands of years has provided amazing layers of colour and texture and you can’t beat what nature provides in the way of art - we just can’t mimic it.” In his newest exhibition, which will be displayed at the Murray Art Museum Albury (MAMA) between Thursday 8 December and Sunday 8 January, David has captured the spectacular essence of one of his most powerful palettes yet, the iconic Lake Eyre. Lake Eyre is 9500 square kilometres and 15 metres below sea level, making it the Australia’s largest lake and lowest natural point. Hence the name of the exhibition ‘Kati-Thanda 15 Below’. David and his son Rowan took to the skies over two visits in January and March this year to capture the stunning colours and salt patterns of the lake from 2500 feet high in the early morning. “Throughout different times of the day the lake changes colours and its personality,” he said. “It changes quite signifi-

Aerial and landscape photographer David Taylor. Picture: FACEBOOK cantly from the early morning to the evening because through different weather patterns you get different visions of amazing works of art.” At the time the lake sat at 80 per cent full which was a “onein-80-year event”, according to David. “It was a highly unusual sight with the red desert against the green grasses and spinifex.” David said as an aerial photographer he has the privilege of witnessing the array of kaleidoscope of patterns and colours from above and sharing it with all Australians. “The highlight about my job

is being able to share with people who don’t get the privilege of being able to see from my perspective,” he said. “While some people might just think Lake Eyre is just a dry salt way, it really isn’t and I wanted to show people that. “It a very peaceful reaction I get from viewers, they get a lot of feeling out of my photographs and that’s my reward for what I do.” David will speak on his experiences of photographing Kati-Thanda at the exhibition opening on Thursday 8 December at MAMA Gallery from 5.30pm.

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Should Australia get rid of this note? Mr Thorpe said that it was also more “convenient” for people to carry $100 in their wallets and purses rather than multiple denominations equal to the same value. “Its a convenience thing as well as it creates more space in your wallet,” he said. “If you’ve got too much money and too many notes in your wallet or purse its easier if you reduce the denomination by keeping $100 instead of two $50 for example and you’re less likely to lose them, too. “It also makes it less obvious to undesirable people to see whether you’ve got cash in your wallet.” With an increasing level of digital transaction, the UBS believes that the removal of the $100 note would also be a positive outcome for the banks because of the increase in deposits and spike in digital and cashless payments. When we consider

what happened in the very cash-driven Indian economy when its government announced it would be dumping its highest value notes two weeks ago, massive lines formed out the front of banks as people became desperate to swap their bank notes, leaving millions of people cashless. The demise of the 500 and 1000 rupee bank notes came as a motive by India’s government to clamp down on tax evasion and illegally obtained money. On another note, the thing about the entire monetary system is that everybody tends to believe that bank notes will be accepted by all others, which therefore makes it a useful item of exchange. While the whole monetary system depends on trust in banknotes, would a decision like this rattle that trust? Do you think Australia should dump the $100 bank note?

IT MIGHT just present as a small, basic Christmas tree with a box around it but the Thurgoona Community Centre Gift Tree has certainly got a lot more to it than that. To Thurgoona Community Centre’s Sue Caldwell, co-ordinator of the project, the tree has a “big heart of gold” which has grown tremendously over the five years it has been around. Since it was first erected at the Thurgoona Plaza in 2011, the tree has managed the distribution of over 2500 donated presents during the time it remains up between 13 November and Christmas each year. This year it has already received 180 presents from the local community in two weeks of its presence at the Plaza. Having brought in about 500 presents last year, Ms Caldwell believes that that number will be exceeded this year. “It’s become such a powerful and rewarding little tree,” Ms Caldwell said. “Our Thurgoona community is amazing and has really gotten behind it. “People are even waiting to present their presents days before the tree is even put up now.” Anyone can buy gifts to put under the tree. All it requires is you take a card off the tree and fill it out identifying the appropriate age group and gender of the gift and what it is.

Kids from Thurgoona Public School sing carols around the Gift Tree Picture: MONIQUE KUZEFF at Thurgoona Plaza. 162512 The donated presents can contain a range of goods including kids’ toys, clothes, food and hampers alike encompassing diverse items for people of all ages and capabilities including the elderly, children and people with a disability. “They’ve been excellent, it’s a big task for teachers to walk 125 students to the Plaza,” Ms Caldwell said. “I’d like to say a big thankyou to Woolworths manager Greg who is supplying 125 icy poles and drinks so that the children could have a gift at the end of their performance.”

Anyone is welcome to donate a gift under the tree. All that is required is that you take a card off the tree and fill it out, identifying the appropriate age group and gender of the gift and what it is. “It brings me to tears. I wish people could see what the responses are like," Ms Caldwell said. “This is about adults and children at Christmas who wouldn’t otherwise receive a gift and it breaks my heart. “I'm overwhelmed and so proud of the community that I live in.”

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FOR Wodonga Plaza Cards, Tattslotto and Post Office part-owner Tony Thorpe, dumping Australia’s highest denomination bank note would mean slower business. According to UBS, the elimination of Australia’s $100 note would be “good for the economy and for the banks”. Bloomberg reported that UBS analyst Jonathan Mott wrote in a note to clients that eliminating the high value note would help to reduce crime and welfare fraud, increase tax revenue and increase bank deposits. But Mr Thorpe believes it would be “very noticeable” if the $100 note dropped out of circulation particularly in his industry. “We find that the $100 is becoming more popular in our industry, and more people are requesting it when they take out money through us,” Mr Thorpe said. “Certainly from our perspective, if we were to get rid of it, it would be very noticeable.” According to the Reserve Bank of Australia there are 300 million $100 notes in circulation across the country and while they are “rarely seen”, 92 per cent of all currency by value is in $50 and $100 notes.

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Wool growers brace for flystrike By Monique Kuzeff AS a largely agricultural and farming region, it should come as a concern that the risk of flystrike for wool growers is increased after the region experienced the wettest September in recent years. About 114 millimetres of rain fell across New South Wales during September, exceeding the previous record September high of 90.26mm in 1903. In Australia, flystrike is most commonly carried out by lucilia cuprina, a fly which is attracted to faecal and urine stains, fleece rot, footrot and wounds in the sheep skin. Flystike begins in October and November, but with the recent flooding this year could potentially be “worse” than usual, according to expert animal health veterinarian Dominec Dell’Osa. “I think all the things are lining up for it to potentially be a worse year for flystrike in the region, and producers should be aware and implement prevention tactics early,” Mr Dell’Osa said. “It will be a bad year for flies because we’ve had fairly warm moist conditions, and we’ve come in to a milder spring. “Because a lot of the sheep would’ve been on wet feed, sometimes they get diarrhoea and that means the breach end of the sheep gets covered with sequel staining which tends to attract the flies.” Each year about three million sheep die from flystrike, and it can cause quite intensive trauma to the sheep when maggots hatch under the skin causing infection or blood poisoning. Not only does it adversely impact on sheep welfare, it also affects profitability and enterprise aspects for producers, Mr Dell’Osa said. “You don’t want to be losing your sheep to flystrike. It’s the cost of treatment and the cost to go through your flock and check them regularly. “I encourage producers to be vigilant and be checking their flock and seeking our treatments for prevention of flystrike including incorporating a fly active chemical in their programs to give them more peace of mind.”

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Great event well on par By Monique Kuzeff

Bayer HealthCare's animal health veterinarian Dominec Dell'Osa urged wool producers to protect their flock against flystrike this summer. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

THURGOONA’S veteran golfers and junior golfers can sleep easy knowing that the efforts of the Murray Grey Veteran Golfers in raising funds through their annual two-day tournament will allow them play the field for another year. This week saw another successful Alatalo Bros Senior Golf Classic, which celebrated its 25th tournament for over-55s. The event encompassed about 315 rounds and involved 17 visiting clubs in the district. It consisted of two 18-hole events held on Monday 21 November and another 18-hole event on Tuesday 22 November. The tournament was concluded with a luncheon presentation where the club handed out a combined 64 trophies and prizes to various competitors. The top prize for the ladies' 36-hole event was a three-night stay at the Mercure Hotel at Liverpool Catholic Club in Sydney, plus two games of golf at a local club and the top prize for the men’s 36-hole event was a seven-night stay at Horizon Apartments in Narooma. Yamaha Golf Car Service Dealers’ Craig Buchanan won the special competition for sponsors held for its second year, which in its first year was won by Bob Jane T-Marts’ Chris Schurig. Thurgoona Murray Grey Veteran Golfers’ Peter Hamilton said the tournament had become “well-recognised” as being one of the best seniors events in the district. “People look forward to it every year and we have such great camaraderie and it's just a really social event,” Mr Hamilton said. “People just love getting out and enjoy each other’s company.” Mr Hamilton encouraged over-55s who were looking for some social golfing to come and join the Thurgoona Murray Grey Veteran Golfers.

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Hans Kaspers will conduct free jewellery repairs at the December Repair Cafe. Picture: CONTRIBTED to eight hours polishing each stone. Jobs in surveying were hard to find when he moved to Albury in 1981, so he worked as a storeman, clerk, timber salesman and glasscutter before establishing his jewellery manufacturing business in 1993. In October Mr Kaspers visited the Repair Cafe and was quite impressed with what he saw and decided to offer a helping hand. Ms Keys has been involved with the Repair Cafe from its inception and was instrumental in establishing book repairs.

Now she’s offering to repair costume jewellery. Jewellery repairs are being trialled as a one-off on 3 December, with the possibility of further sessions in 2017 if there is enough interest. Repair Cafe Albury-Wodonga is a community-run initiative held at the Sustainable Activity Centre, Gateway Island, 10am1pm on the first Saturday of each month except January, with at least 14 repairers on hand each session to help visitors fix their goods. For more information visit: ecoportal.net. au

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who may be experiencing hearing loss, which is why we decided to join forces with the Salvos over this critical time of giving,” Michael said. Until 23 December, each visitor to National Hearing Care Albury will be provided with a promotional coupon to share with friends or family members aged over 50 years old - the highest risk age group for hearing loss. For every coupon that is redeemed for a free hearing check, National Hearing Care Albury will donate $20 to The Salvation Army. Michael said the initiative allowed Albury-Wodonga locals to help a loved one and also someone in need. “Whether it’s helping a friend or family member on the path to better hearing

or supporting someone doing it tough over the holidays, it’s easy to help make a difference this season,” Michael said. “Our support of The Salvos Christmas campaign provides an opportunity to raise awareness of hearing issues while also helping The Salvation Army continue their invaluable work over the Christmas period.” Many people are unaware they may be experiencing hearing loss as the process can be very gradual, for this reason, it is vital to have regular hearing checks. “We hope that the chance to support such a great cause will encourage Albury-Wodonga locals to take a proactive step towards protecting their hearing,” Michael concluded.

More space for caring By Monique Kuzeff CAREVAN has engaged two new spaces to deliver meals to the homeless and those in need, and what’s better is that all of its four locations now have indoor and outdoor options. Friday nights behind the Old Taxation Office will be no longer and has now been changed to Thursday nights at St Matthews Church in Albury. The new time will be from 6.15pm to 7.15pm at the following locations and days: St Marks Church, Gulpha Street, North Albury, (Monday); St Matthews Church, Kiewa Street, Albury (Tuesday and Thursday);

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Baptist Church, Mel· Wodonga rose Drive, Wodonga (now Thursday). “The changes were made due to the unsuitability of delivering meals outdoors throughout winter,” Carevan project officer Stacey Franklin said. “Before winter myself and the Carevan board decided it was appropriate that we would find places with shelter, especially for the cooler months,” she said. “We had the worst winter and every day people were coming out in that weather and it was difficult for the people visiting and also for the volunteers.”

Ms Franklin said having the indoor and outdoor options at all four locations would assist Carevan in delivering meals in the cooler and warmer months and was more “practical” for everyone involved. “We had a beautiful dinner in the garden on Tuesday night at St Matthews and there were about 25 people in attendance so it seemed to be a hit,” she said. “Wednesday we work in Westside Community Centre and we are serving anywhere between 50 and 70 people, predominantly children. “We really needed to have those indoor and outdoor options, and to allow us to be there and use the facilities to sit down like we should with dignity and enjoy a meal is fabulous.”

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Exciting new Yamaha models By Stephen Whitehouse CHRISTMAS is less than a month away, and the motorcycle industry in Australia is busier than ever with a raft of new model announcements. It’s a very exciting period. Last week saw me attending Yamaha’s national dealer conference in Melbourne followed by a visit the next morning to the National motorcycle expo at the Melbourne show grounds in Flemington. The Yamaha dealer meeting was

very interesting with a number of exciting new models being presented to dealers followed by a function where Yamaha presented plaques to longstanding dealers, recognising their commitment and dedication to the Yamaha team. I was honoured to receive one on behalf of Whitehouse Motorcycles/ recognising over 40 years of being a Yamaha dealer. The Expo was very exciting, with Yamaha unveiling two new scooters: the new MT09 and MT01SP which

feature electronic controlled Ohlin’s suspension and advanced electronics derived from the YZF-R1M. They also showcased the all-new MT07 tracer, a lightweight LAMS approved sports tourer along with the new YZF-R6 which is a major advancement in the 600cc super sports class. And last but definitely not least was the Australian premier of the new Yamaha YXZ1000SS SE pure sports side by side. An industry first, this vehicle has paddle shifts for gear changing and

a auto clutch and launch control. It also features Fox 2.5 podium X2 shocks that were specially developed in conjunction with Yamaha for the YXZ, 2017 looks set to be another groundbreaking and exciting year for Yamaha. Kawasaki also released a heap of exciting new models, showcasing the all new Versys-X 300, New Z650 and Ninja 650’s as well as the vastly upgraded Ninja 1000 sports tourer and the all new exciting Z900.

2017 is looking like a year full of choice for the Australian motorcycle public. Locally, the floodwaters have receded, and the Albury Wodonga Motorcycle club is very busy with club champs for both MX and Dirt track run over the last couple of weeks and the Victorian under 16 125cc and 250cc and under 21 500cc solo speedway championship to be run on 17 December, starting at 2.30 pm and running through until late under lights which promises to be a very exciting event.

Motorbike feats that stand the test of time 1. THE first motorbike was built in Germany in 1885 by Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach. It was called a Reitwagen (riding car) and it was the first gas-powered vehicle, a precursor to the current day automobile. 2. The tallest motorbike in the Guinness Book of World Records was built and ridden by Gregory Dunham. It was over 11 feet from the ground to the handle bars. The tyres alone were six feet tall, and the entire bike weighed 2.94 tons. 3. Tom Wiberg of Handouml, Sweden, built the worldandrsquo smallest motorbike. The wheel base was 3.14 inches, and the seat was a mere 2.55 inches off the ground. This mini-motorbike can go a whopping 1.24 m/ph. Wiberg managed to ride the bike 32.8 feet. 4. The longest motorbike was built by Oleg Rogov in Tver, Russia on 19 December, 2005. The motorbike was over 31 feet. 5. The longest motorbike ride through a tunnel of fire was made by Hou Jun in Changchun City, Jilin Province, China, on 19 July, 2007. The flaming tunnel was 178 ft. 10 inches.

6. Billy Baxter, who lost his eyesight while serving in Bosnia, set the record for blind solo land speed on a motorbike at 164.87 m/ph on 2 August, 2003. 7. Hou Xiaobin of Binzhou City, China, broke the record of the longest backward motorbike ride on 4 October, 2006. Hou rode his motorbike backward 93.21 miles. 8. The largest motorbike pyramid was built in

Jabalpur, India, on 5 July, 2001 by the Dare Devils Team of the Indian Army Signal Corps. The pyramid, consisting of 201 men balanced on 10 motorbikes, travelling 424 feet. 9. Robbie Maddison broke the famous Eval Kneivalandrsquo’s record of longest motorbike jump in Las Vegas in January of 2008 by jumping his bike 277 feet. 10. Emilio Scotto made the longest motor-

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Prepare your vehicle for that big holiday drive MANY of us get our biggest work break at Christmas – and this is the time of year we tend to do a bit more driving than usual. There are all those extra shopping excursions, visits to relatives and trips to the beach or Lake Hume to cool down. This extra time off also allows us the chance to indulge in an Aussie tradition: the epic summer road trip. Whether you’re heading up the coast, down the coast or inland to the bush, a long car journey requires a little more preparation. The last thing you need when you’re halfway to

the Grampians is to have your car break down because you neglected to give it a thorough check beforehand. There is a lot that can go wrong with a car through simple wear and tear that only a qualified mechanic can detect. Visit your mechanic at least 3 weeks before your planned Christmas trip so the car can be checked over completely. If you wait until the last minute, there may not be enough time before you leave to get any major problems fixed. And remember – a lot of mechanics like to take time off at Christmas too.

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It’s the pub on top IT’S the excited chatter of smitten guests that has people making tracks through the stunning Victorian High Country. The historic and iconic Blue Duck Inn Hotel is not the sort of place you just happen to ‘come by’. Situated at the confluence of three great trout rivers - the Cobungra, Bundarra and Mitta Mitta, its location, Anglers Rest, is a dead give-away to the peace and serenity you can expect from this enchanting little pub. Word of not only the amazing location, but high-quality, home-made food and charming cabins has travelled the world, attracting families, honeymooners, motorcycle enthusiasts, bushwalkers, whitewater rafters, horse riders, birdwatchers, fishermen and cyclists alike. “It’s a very unique environment - we don’t have mains power, we don’t have mobile

phone reception, running as we did 100 years ago on a generator,” owner, Lana Antony said. The original 1900 building was a slab construction cut from local timber, which operated as a butcher’s shop offering fresh meat to the miners. Billy O’Connell, a successful miner, bought the buildings and obtained a hotel licence in 1912, but ended up nailing a panning dish to the front of the hotel and wrote with irony, ‘Blue Duck’ (if a gold lease produces no gold, it’s known as a blue duck.) The original buildings still stand and have been joined together, providing a new bar area. It is a sight to see many of the old photos still adorning the walls today. In keeping with the theme, the Blue Duck has an a la carte menu which is composed of locally sourced ingredients and food made on the premises, with

the 400-gram prime scotch fillet the main attraction. A great Rogan Josh, or a pepper and steak pie are also on the menu. Local wines, and a selection of cold beers are also available to tease the palate. Finally, when you come for a meal and can’t tear yourself away from the place, pull up for a night or two in one of the six two-bedroom cabins. A unique experience not to be missed. The Omeo Highway is now sealed all the way from Albury to the Blue Duck, A delightful 2.5 hour drive offering beautiful views of the Victorian High country. Visit The Blue Duck Inn, Omeo Highway, Anglers Rest, (03) 5159 7220.

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SITTING alongside the fresh Murray River in the beautiful hills of Jingellic, there is nowhere better to enjoy the sunny days of summer than at the Bridge Hotel. With the hotel’s beautiful rustic interiors, waterfront views, and the warmest of company partnered with the finest cold beers among old friends. It is no effort to weave your way along the beautiful Hume Weir up to the picturesque town of Jingellic and truly feel like you have gotten away from it all, whether it be for a few hours or even a few days. But at the Bridge Hotel, there is so much more to do than just sip their pristine beers or dine on their mouth-watering menu. Many patrons stop by time and time again, simply look-

ing to escape into the mountain tranquility, cast a line, drive to see nearby snowfalls, explore nearby villages, enjoy local birdlife, or use the boat ramp for a paddle on the river. Whatever you’re after in the midst of summer, it’s all here at the Bridge Hotel. “It is a beautiful place to be,” proud owner Ian Clarke said. “We offer everything, and it really is an iconic country pub.” Established in 1925, carved over the years by local character and quirks (don’t forget to ask the friendly staff about the money on the ceiling), and proudly taking the title of the pub that sits closest to the great Murray River, you will be hard-pressed finding a more authentic highcountry experience. Whatever guests decide to do with their days, most will

agree that the Bridge Hotel is the ideal place on the Murray to be replenished. The hotel’s A la Carte lunch and dinner bistro offers delicious, varied, and hearty meals that will sate the appetite of the hungriest and fussiest of guests. All this can be washed down with one of six frosty beers that are available on tap every day. The hotel offers clean, comfortable, country accommodation for all tastes, and is a great place to rest a weary head. Mr Clarke and his team at the Bridge Hotel will allow you to pitch your tent in a designated area on the establishment’s grounds, right on the banks of the Murray for free. Toilets and showers are also available. So get the crew together this summer, and head for Jingellic’s Bridge Hotel.

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For all creatures WALWA Veterinary Practice is settled in the hills of the Upper Murray. With the tranquil Murray River running past, it’s a great location on the Border for both its NSW and Victorian clients. At Walwa Veterinary Practice, clients have peace of mind putting their beloved pets and valuable livestock in the hands of the four friendly and knowledgeable full-time vets. Principal vet, Dr David Hall, started the practice 25 years ago, and it’s still going strong today, with a great reputation in the local community. Walwa Veterinary Practice is a genuine mixed practice that treats large and small animals of every description, from guinea pigs to camels, and all in between. The vets also complete pregnancy testing, calving, bull testing and general well-being of livestock for large animals. The practice’s equine clinic began last year, and offers equine breeding and reproduction. The team also castrate colts and are able to deal with all horse injuries. The small animal component of the practice’s clinic is growing rapidly with routine desexing, vaccinating and microchipping, along with the general small animal sicknesses being treated, including parvovirus and injuries. Walwa Veterinary Practice also services a number of animal rescue groups who rescue

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For the safe delivery of your larger animals, call the experienced team at Walwa Veterinary Practice. 158536 dogs and cats from surrounding pounds, as well as pounds as far away as Lightning Ridge and Forbes. The dogs and cats are transported to Walwa to be desexed, vaccinated and microchipped, and then taken home to their foster carers to be re-homed. The good work of Walwa Veterinary Practice has spread far and wide. In April 2014, the practice opened another clinic at Tennant Creek in NT to service the Barkly Shire, which

had been left without any veterinary services in their area. Vets from Walwa Veterinary Practice rotate from the Upper Murray to Tennant Creek on a monthly basis. This Tennant Creek branch (Barkly Vet Practice) also works with outlying areas to do bulk dog and cat desexing, and vaccinating programs. So the next time your animal is in need of a healthy, helping hand, visit Walwa Veterinary Practice.

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ONCE a year, in a good year, you’ll see a film that changes the way you think. Welcome to The Founder, a movie that introduces a Maccas you’ve never seen, appropriated by a man you’ve never heard of. It chronicles the story of Ray Kroc - not the man who started McDonald’s, but the man who made the global colossus we know today. The story goes that the McDonald brothers were working on efficiencies and true fast food - no cutlery, no delivery to your car and ready 30 seconds after you’ve ordered it. Sounds like the way life is? Not in 1954, it wasn’t. In 1954, McDonald’s was the king of the disrupters - far from the establishment, they were the Apple of their times. But for all their innovation, the McDonald brothers espoused a gentler form of capitalism. Enter the fast-talking, rapacious Ray Kroc, who comes from the “dog eat dog, rat eat rat“ school of capitalism - and starts devouring the brothers’ business. Keaton is brilliant as Kroc - it’s the role was born to play, and he really captures the essence of the man. There’s Oscars buzz, and it’s deserved.

As the old school collides with the new school, the boardroom battles are brilliantly portrayed. This cut and thrust of capitalism is far from boring. And when Kroc starts eyeing off a colleague’s wife, you just know he will take what he wants - and sure enough, he does. There’s no hagiography here - it’s a warts-and-all portrait, and all the better for it.

You might wonder why this epic tale hasn’t been told before - the bush lawyer in me suspects they may well have been waiting for the protagonist to die, although he passed on all the way back in 1984. And it’s a brilliant portrait of the economic lifeblood of this fascinating nation, and its prime cultural export. - Jason Beck

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 One Plus One [s] 10:30 Australian Story [s] 11:00 QI (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News 1:00 Gardening Australia [s] 1:30 Catalyst [s] 2:00 Parliament Question Time [s] 3:15 The Cook And The Chef 3:45 The Bill (PG) 4:10 Murder, She Wrote (PG) 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 QI: Africa / Arthropods (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Would I Lie To You? (PG) 8:30 Doctor Foster (M a,l,s) 9:25 Kevin McCloudʼs Man Made Home (PG) 10:15 Lateline [s] 10:45 The Business [s] 11:05 Secret State (M l,v) 11:50 Would I Lie To You? (PG) [s] 12:20 Parliament Question Time [s] 1:20 National Press Club Address 2:20 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v)

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 One Plus One [s] 10:30 Australian Story [s] 11:00 QI (PG) 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Gardening Australia [s] 1:30 Catalyst [s] 2:00 Doctor Foster (M a,l,s) [s] 2:55 Kevin McCloudʼs Man Made Home (PG) [s] 3:45 The Bill (PG) [s] 4:10 Murder, She Wrote (PG) 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 QI: Arts / Blue (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7:30 [s] 8:00 A Taste Of Landline (PG) 8:30 The Level (M l,v) 9:20 The Politicianʼs Husband (M a,l,s,v) [s] 10:20 Hard Quiz (PG) 10:50 Lateline [s] 11:20 The Business [s] 11:40 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (M s) 12:20 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG) [s]

6:00 rage (PG) [s] 10:00 rage: Guest Programmer (PG) 11:00 QI: Arts / Blue (PG) [s] 12:00 Miss Fisherʼs Murder Mysteries (M a,l,d) [s] 1:00 The Level (M l,v) [s] 1:45 Births, Deaths And Marriages (M l) 2:35 Life at 9 (PG) 3:35 Koalas: Slow Life In The Fast Lane [s] 4:30 Landline [s] 5:00 Dream Build: Wheatsheaf House [s] 5:10 Grand Designs Abroad: Creuse, France [s] 6:00 QI: Birds / Bombs (PG) 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Doc Martin: Other Peopleʼs Children (PG) 8:20 Grantchester (M v) 9:05 Inspector George: The Burning Man (M v) [s] 10:35 Call The Midwife (M a) [s] – Trixie and Sister Mary Cynthia help a deaf mother. 11:35 rage: Guest Programmer (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s v) 5:00 rage (PG)

6:00 rage (PG) [s] 7:00 Weekend Breakfast [s] 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Offsiders [s] 10:30 Australia Wide [s] 11:00 The World This Week [s] 11:30 Songs Of Praise [s] 12:00 A Taste Of Landline [s] 12:30 Back Roads: Mundulla 1:00 Wild Life At The Zoo [s] 1:30 The Mix [s] 2:00 Football: W-League: Round 5: Newcastle Jets v Sydney FC 4:30 AGruen Planet (PG) 5:10 Doc Martin: Other Peopleʼs Children (PG) 6:00 QI: Bible / Bears (PG) 7:00 ABC News - Sunday [s] 7:40 Joanna Lumleyʼs Japan [s] 8:30 Poldark (M v) 9:30 Program To Be Advised 10:40 Hockney (M l,n) 12:30 loudQUIETloud: A Film About The Pixies (M l) 1:55 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v)

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 One Plus One [s] 10:30 Australian Story [s] 11:00 QI (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Gardening Australia [s] 1:30 Catalyst [s] 2:00 Poldark (M v) [s] 3:00 Joanna Lumleyʼs Japan [s] 3:15 The Cook And The Chef [s] 3:45 The Bill (PG) 4:15 Murder, She Wrote (PG) 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 QI: Beavers / Biscuits (PG) 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7:30 [s] 8:00 Back Roads (PG) [s] 8:30 Restoration Man [s] 9:20 Who Flew First: Challenging The Wright Brothers [s] 10:15 Silent Witness: Commodity: Part One (MA15+a) 11:15 The Mix [s] 11:45 Golf: PGA Tour Highlights: Albany 12:40 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 4:00 Silent Witness (MA15+a)

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 One Plus One [s] 10:30 Australian Story [s] 11:00 QI (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Gardening Australia [s] 1:30 Catalyst [s] 2:00 Restoration Man [s] 2:50 Big Boss [s] 3:15 The Cook And The Chef [s 3:45 The Bill (PG) 4:15 Murder, She Wrote (PG) 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 QI: Bees / Bats (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7:30 [s] 8:00 Simply Nigella [s] 8:30 Rick Stein: From Venice To Istanbul: Albania [s] 9:30 Glenn Murcutt: Spirit Of Place (MA15+l) 10:35 Silent Witness: Commodity (M l,v) [s] 11:35 Stephen Fry (M a,s) [s] 12:35 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 1:30 Football: W-League: Round 5: Newcastle Jets v Sydney FC 4:00 Silent Witness (M l,v)

Prime7

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Payback” (M v) (ʼ97) Stars: Adam Scott 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 Prime News [s] 6:30 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home & Away (PG v) 7:30 Highway Patrol (PG) 8:00 Air Rescue (PG) 8:30 Gold Coast Medical (PG a,n,l) 9:30 The Blacklist: The Lindquist Concern (MA15+v) – Liz trails Red to Geneva in search of Kirk. 10:30 Blindspot: We Fight Deaths On Thick Lone Waters (M) 11:30 Hannibal: And The Woman Clothed In Sun (MA15+h) 12:30 Program To Be Advised 1:00 Red Widow (M v) 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 2016 Australian PGA Golf: Day 1 *Live 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 Prime News [s] 6:30 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG s,a) 8:30 Katherine Mills: Mind Games (PG) – Acclaimed magician Katherine Mills blends her extraordinary understanding of popular psychological science with astonishing trickery and illusion. 9:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 11:30 The Goldbergs: Lainey Loves Lionel (PG) 12:00 Men At Work: Missed Connections(PG) 12:30 Men At Work: Will Work For Milo (PG) 1:00 How to Find Love Online (M) 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 6:00 NBC Today [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 10:00 The Morning Show 12:00 2016 Australian PGA Golf: Weekend (PG) Day 2 *Live 12:00 2016 World Cup Of Golf: Day 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 3 *Live* – With the qualification 6:00 Prime News [s] deadline for the World Cup of Golf 6:30 Seven News [s] now passed, 28 countries have 7:00 Better Homes & Gardens: been confirmed to be competing in Countdown To Christmas [s] November. 8:30 Movie: “Tower Heist” (M l,s) – 5:00 Seven News at 5 [s] An hilarious comedy caper about 5:30 Luxury Escapes (PG) – An a luxury condo manager who entertaining, contemporary and leads a staff of workers to seek authentic journey through Auspayback on the Wall Street tralias luxury holiday destinations. swindler who defrauded them. 6:00 Seven News [s] Stars: Ben Stiller. 7:00 Program To Be Advised 10:45 Special: Australia Beyond 9:00 Program To Be Advised 2020 (PG) 12:00 Mr Selfridge (PG a) 11:45 The Goldbergs: The Adam 1:00 Secret Life Of Students Bomb (PG) (M l,s) 12:15 Mr Selfridge (PG a,v) 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 2:00 Program To Be Advised 4:00 Religious Program 4:00 Dr Oz (PG) 4:30 Sons & Daughters (PG) 5:00 NBC Today [s] 5:30 Harryʼs Practice [s]

6:00 Dr Oz (PG) 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show Weekend [s] 12:00 2016 World Cup Of Golf: Day 4 *Live* – Live coverage of the 2016 PGA Golf event. 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 Border Security- Australiaʼs Front Line (PG) – Two Malaysian men arrive in Melbourne for business... but why are they lying about their hotel booking? 6:00 Seven News - Sunday [s] 7:00 Sunday Night [s] 8:00 Border Security (PG) 8:30 Movie: “The Shawshank Redemption” (M v,l) Stars: Tim Robbins & Morgan Freeman 11:30 Car Crash TV (PG) 12:00 The Big Adventure (PG) 1:30 Harryʼs Practice [s] 2:30 Program To Be Advised 3:30 Harryʼs Practice [s] 4:00 Meet The Press [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Stolen Youth” (M s,a) (ʼ96) Stars: Brian Green 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 Prime News [s] 6:30 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG v) 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Gladiator” (M a,v Stars: Russell Crowe & Connie Nielsen 11:40 Car Crash TV (PG) – A look at unpredictable events on the road, from drivers pulling out of nowhere or even being run off the road. 12:10 Packed To The Rafters: Great Expectations (PG a) 1:00 Formal Wars (PG) 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “An American Affair” (M v,s) (ʼ97) Stars: Rob Stewart 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 Prime News [s] 6:30 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG v) 7:30 First Dates UK 8:40 Ramsayʼs Kitchen Nightmares: The Fenwick Arms (M) 9:40 Never Teach Your Wife To Drive (M) – follows three couples out on the road. 10:40 Chicago Fire (M a) 11:35 Greyʼs Anatomy (M) 12:30 Mr Selfridge (M) 1:30 Cougar Town (M) 2:00 Programs To Be Advised 4:00 NBC Today [s]

Nine

5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra (PG) 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) 1:00 Movie: “Carbon Copy” (PG l) (ʼ81) Stars: Denzel Washington & Susan St James 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE Evening News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Wild New Zealand (PG) 8:40 Chicago Med: INO (M mp,n) 9:40 Medical Mysteries: The Man With Disintegrating Eyes (PG) 10:40 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Double Fault (M v) 11:40 Murder In The First: Twenty Fifteen (MA15+ v,a) 12:30 Anger Management (M s,d) 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 Danoz / Global Shop 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra (PG) 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Movie: “Undercover Blues” (M l) (ʼ93) Stars: Dennis Quaid & Kathleen Turner 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE Evening News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Great Getaways (PG) 8:30 World's Best Commercials: Greatest Holiday Commercials Countdown (PG) 9:30 20 To One: Viral Sensations (PG a) 10:30 Rich Kids Of Instagram (M l,s) 11:30 The Mysteries Of Laura (M) 12:30 What Would You Do? (M l) 1:30 TV Shop / Global Shop 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 3:30 Good Morning America

5:30 Today 9:00 Today Extra (PG) 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Movie: “The Cutting Edge” (PG l) (ʼ92) Stars: Moira Kelly, D B Sweeney & Roy Dotrice 3:00 NINE News Now [s] – News from across Australia. 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE Evening News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 The Secret Life Of The Zoo (PG a) 8:30 Movie: “Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows” Part 1 (M v,sn) (ʼ10) Stars: Daniel Radcliffe & Emma Watson 11:20 Movie: “The Astronautʼs Wife” (M l,v) (ʼ99) Stars: Johnny Depp & Charlize Theron 1:30 TV Shop 3:00 The Avengers: Joker (PG) 4:00 Global Shop

6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today - Saturday 10:00 Today Extra - Saturday 12:00 Hot In Cleveland (PG l,d) 12:30 Ground Floor (PG) 1:00 Movie: “Men Donʼt Leave” Part 1 (PG v) (ʼ90) Stars: Jessica Lange & Chris OʼDonnell 3:30 The Story Of The Australian Firefighters Calendar (PG) 4:30 Cows For Cambodia [s] 5:00 Nine News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Customs (PG) 6:00 NINE News - Saturday [s] 7:00 Movie: “Puss In Boots” (PG v) (ʼ11) Stars: Antonio Banderas 8:45 Movie: “Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows” Part 2 (M v,sn) (ʼ11) Stars: Daniel Radcliffe & Emma Watson 11:15 Movie: “Stargate: The Ark Of Truth” (M v) (ʼ08) Stars: Beau Bridges 1:15 Anger Management (M s) 2:00 TV Shop

6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 In Conversation With Alex Malley: Alexander Downer 10:30 My Surf TV (PG) 11:00 Wild Life Of Tim Faulkner [s] 11:30 Movie: “Ride Vaquero” (PG v) (ʼ53) Stars: Robert Taylor & Ava Gardner 1:30 One Day Series: Australia V New Zealand - Afternoon Session *Live* – All the action from the SCG. 6:00 NINE Evening News [s] 6:30 One Day Series: Australia V New Zealand - Night Session *Live* – From the SCG. 10:20 60 Minutes (PG a). 11:20 Public Morals: Bannonʼs Wake (M v,l) 12:20 Westside: All That Impedes Thee (M v,l) 1:20 Anger Management (M) 1:50 Animal Emergency [s] 2:30 Global Shop

5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Today Extra (PG) 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) 1:00 Movie: “Romantic Comedy” (PG s) (ʼ83) Stars: Dudley Moore & Mary Steenburgen 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE Evening News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 RBT: Sorry Mum (PG l) 8:30 Movie: “Mission Impossible” (M v) (ʼ96) Stars: Tom Cruise & Jon Voight 10:45 Person Of Interest: Sotto Voce (PG mp) 11:45 Undateable: The Backstreet Boys Walk into a Bar (M s) 12:10 AD Kingdom And Empire: The Visit (M v) 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Danoz / Global Shop]

5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra (PG) 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) . 1:00 Extra [s] – 1:30 One Day Series: Australia V New Zealand - Afternoon Session *Live* – From Canberraʼs Manuka Oval. 6:00 NINE Evening News [s] 6:30 One Day Series: Australia V New Zealand - Night Session *Live* – All the action from Canberraʼs Manuka Oval. 10:20 Movie: “Days of Thunder” (M l) (ʼ90) – In the fast-paced world of NASCAR, a rivalry brews between a rookie hotshot and a veteran racer. Stars: Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman & Michael Rooker 12:30 Anger Management (M s) 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 Danoz 2:30 Global Shop

Win

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Bondi Vet (PG) 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 Benʼs Menu [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful (PG) [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Jamieʼs Festive Feast 8:30 Movie: “Independence Day” (M v,l) (ʼ96) Stars: Will Smith 11:20 Hawaii Five-O: Akanahe (M v) 12:20 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 1:20 Late Show (PG) 2:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Bondi Vet (PG) 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 Benʼs Menu [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 David Attenboroughʼs Fishing Leopards (PG a) 8:30 Law & Order: SVU (M v,a) 10:30 Blue Bloods (MA15+v) 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore (PG) 1:30 Late Show (PG) 2:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 The Living Room - Encore (PG) [s] 2:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 Benʼs Menu [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Living Room (PG) [s] 8:30 The Graham Norton Show (M) [s] 9:30 To Be Announced 10:30 The Odd Couple (PG s) 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News 12:30 The Project [s] 1:30 Late Show (PG) 2:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Fishing Edge [s] 6:00 Religious Programs 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 8:00 Fishing Australia [s] 7:00 RPM [s] 8:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 8:00 Family Feud - Encore [s] . 9:00 Animal Extra [s] 8:30 Weekend Feast [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Sunday (PG) [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Saturday (PG) [s] 12:00 Supercars: Coates Hire 12:00 Supercars: Coates Hire Sydney 500 Sydney 500 *Live 6:00 Family Feud - Sunday [s] 6:00 Territory Cops (PG l) [s] 6:30 All Star Family Feud: 6:30 Scorpion: Fractured Superstar Of Supercars (PG) (PG l,a) – The lives of thousands 7:30 Modern Family: Fight Or of people are at risk when a powFlight (PG) erful earthquake hits LA. 8:00 Modern Family: Connection 7:30 MacGyver: Chisel (M) Lost (PG) 8:30 Hawaii Five-O: Elua LA Ma 8:30 Movie: “We Bought A Zoo” Nowemapa (M) (PG l,a) (ʼ11) Stars: Matt Damon, 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Impact Scarlett Johansson & Thomas (M v) Haden Church 10:30 Sherlock Holmes: 11:05 48 Hours: Murder In Aspen Elementary: Seed Money (M v) (M a) 11:30 48 Hours: Fugitive @ 12:05 48 Hours: A Bad Bet (M a) Hotmail.Com (M a) 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 12:30 48 Hours: Dirty Little Secrets 2:00 Home Shopping (PG) (M a) 4:00 My Market Kitchen [s] 1:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 ET [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Bondi Vet (PG) [s] 2:00 Entertainment Tonight 2:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 Benʼs Menu [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 All Star Family Feud: Fitzy V Wippa [s] 8:30 Life In Pieces (PG a) 9:30 2016 Montreal Comedy Festival (M l,s) 11:00 The Odd Couple (PG) 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore (PG) 1:30 Late Show (PG) 2:30 Home Shopping] 4:30 CBS - This Morning

6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Bondi Vet (PG) [s] 2:00 Entertainment Tonight 2:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 Benʼs Menu [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Modern Family (PG) 8:30 NCIS: After Hours (M a) [s] 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles (M v) 10:30 NCIS: New Orleans (M) 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore (PG) 1:30 Late Show (PG) 2:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

SBS

TV GUIDE Wednesday 30 Thursday 1

5:30 NHK World English News [s] 6:00 Worldwatch 6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:00 Film And Its Era: One Flew 1:55 Classical Destinations [s] – Over The Cuckooʼs Nest (PG a) Welsh singer Aled Jones takes us 3:00 Tales From The Bush Larder cruising along The Rhine river. 3:40 The Sixties (PG) 2:55 The Sugar Conspiracy (PG) 4:30 Underground Britain (PG) 4:30 I Bought My Own Rainforest 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] (PG) [s] 6:00 Rick Steinʼs Far Eastern 5:35 Letters And Numbers [s] Odyssey: Cambodia And Vietnam 6:00 Ainsley Harriottʼs Street (PG) Food (PG) 6:30 SBS World News [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:35 Hestonʼs Great British Food: Pies [s] 7:30 Worldʼs Busiest Railway [s] 8:30 First Contact [s] 8:30 First Contact [s] 9:35 First Contact Reunion [s] 9:35 Trapped (MA15+s,a) 10:35 SBS World News [s] 11:35 SBS World News [s] 11:45 Drama Movie: “Brotherhood” 11:05 Sex Toys: Frisky Business Xmas at Lovehoney (MA15+s) (MA15+ v,s) (ʼ09) (In Danish) 1:30 Drama Movie: “Max Manus” 12:00 Drama Movie: “The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life” (M (M a,v,l) (ʼ08) (In Norwegian & d,s,l,a) (ʼ08) (In French) German) 3:35 The Real History of Science 2:00 The Island With Bear Grylls (M a,l) Fiction: Robots - From Star Wars 3:55 The British: Tale of Two Cities to 2001 (PG v)

5:00 CCTV English News [s] 5:30 NHK World English News [s] 6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour [s] 2:00 A War Of Hope (PG) [s] 3:00 The Point Review [s] 3:30 Ottolenghiʼs Mediterranean Island Feast: Mallorca [s] 4:25 Who Do You Think You Are? Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen (PG) 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] 6:00 Rick Steinʼs Far Eastern Odyssey: Cambodia And Vietnam 6:30 SBS World News Australia 7:35 David Attenboroughʼs Wild Singapore [(M a,l) [s] 8:30 Movie: “The Impossible” (M a,l) (ʼ12) Stars: Ewan McGregor & Naomi Watts 10:35 SBS World News [s] 11:10 Movie: “Norwegian Wood” (MA15+a,s) (ʼ10) (In Japanese) 1:30 Lilyhammer: Welcome To The Mountains / The Other Smelly Fish / The Island (MA15+v,l)

5:30 NHK World English News [s] 6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour [s] 2:00 Small Business Secrets [s] 2:30 ISU Figure Skating [s] 3:30 Cycling: Cape To Cape MTB 2016 [s] 4:30 Lost Kingdoms Of Central America: Between Oceans And Empires 5:30 Bon Appetit! Gerard Depardieuʼs Europe (PG) [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Secrets Of Britain: Secrets of Scotland Yard (PG a) [s] 8:30 Comedy Movie: “What We Do In The Shadows” (M h,s,v,l) (ʼ14) (From New Zealand, In English) 10:05 Rockwiz (PG) 11:00 Premier League: Man City V Chelsea *Live* – At Etihad Stadium. 1:25 Rugby 2016: England V Australia - At Twickenham Stadium in London.

6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 2:00 Andre Rieu: Falling In Love In Maastricht [s] 3:00 FIFA U20 Womens World Cup Highlights [s] 4:00 Coasts Of Ireland [s] 4:55 The Incredible Spice Men [s] 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] 6:00 Rick Steinʼs Far Eastern Odyssey [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 The Supervet (PG) 8:30 O J Simpson: Made In America (M a,v) 10:15 Vice World Of Sports: The Eternal Derby (PG a) 10:45 SBS World News [s] 11:15 The World Game [s] 11:45 Rectify (PG) [s] 12:40 Cult Movie: “20th Century Boys The Final Chapter: Our Flag” (MA15+v) (ʼ09) (In Japanese) 3:30 Room 101: Noni Hazlehurst (M l)

6:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:00 Nana Ouyang: Taiwanese Cellist [s] 2:30 Good Listening [s] 3:00 Trawlermen [s] 3:30 Allergies [s] 4:30 The Burrowers [s] 5:30 Letters And Numbers [s] 6:00 Rick Steinʼs Far Eastern Odyssey [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are: Dawn Fraser (PG) [s] 8:30 The Mekong River With Sue Perkins (PG) 9:30 Exodus: Our Journey To Europe (M a,l) [s] 10:40 SBS World News [s] 11:10 Lilyhammer: The Homecoming (M d,v,l ) 12:10 Drama Movie: “On The Path” (M s,l) (ʼ10) (In Bosnian) 2:00 24 Hours In Emergency (M a.l) 2:55 24 Hours In Police Custody (M l)

LOCAL

NEWS

6:00 Worldwatch 9:30 Premier League Match: Man City V Chelsea *Live* – At Etihad Stadium. 12:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Speedweek [s] 3:00 National Basketball League: Cairns Taipans V NZ Breakers 5:00 Small Business Secrets [s] 5:35 After Hitler [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 This Is Greece With Michael Scott: The Peloponnese And Athens [s] 8:30 Shakespeareʼs Tomb (PG) – The first ever investigation of Shakespeareʼs grave. 9:25 Hollow Crown: Henry V (M a,v) 11:55 Battle Of Kings: Bannockburn (M a,v) 1:35 Drama Movie: “Ida” (PG) (ʼ13) (In Polish) 3:05 Drama Movie: “An Ordinary Execution” (M a) (ʼ10) (In French)

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The Others do it again THE Other Theatre Company can add “award winning” to their names again this year after taking out two major categories at the 44th Annual Georgy Awards in Shepparton at the weekend. Shakespeare in the Albury Botanic Gardens, presented by the group in March 2016, enjoyed success. Their offering “The Tempest”, directed by Alexander Langdon, took out the Award for Best Play 2016 while Albury performer Tanya Harvey received the Elaine Tonks Award for Best Supporting Performance in a Play (Female). This was a tightly-contested award as Pieta Swann and Christine Duff were nominated for the same category. The Other Theatre Company president Miguel de Oliveira said the high standard of amateur theatre performances enjoyed on the Border was confirmed by the awards. He said local Albury Wodonga Amateur Theatre Companies were well represented, with many worthy performances nominated for awards across a wide range including both play and musical theatre categories. “Congratulations to Tanya who was justly recognised for her fine performances during the show,” he said. “She is now in the midst of rehearsals for Macbeth, which will be our offering in March 2017. “Being nominated for any of these awards is a thrill and proper recognition for a job well done. Ro McGilli-

vray was also nominated for her work on costumes and William Cochrane for Best Supporting Performance in a Play (Male), in The Tempest. All of the nominees should feel proud of their nominations for their achievements.” 'The Tempest' producer Peter Uniacke said winning the award was a team effort. “To win best play is a credit to not only all of the fine performers that you see on stage, but also everyone involved in these productions - the directors and producers, stage managers, backstage crew, set builders and front of house who make these shows happen,” he said. “It is particularly satisfying as this is only the third year that we have been offering Shakespeare in The Botanic Gardens. “I would also like to heartily congratulate all of the nominees, but in particular those from our area - Albury Wodonga Theatre Company and Livid Productions - who also did so well in the awards.” Albury Wodonga Theatre Company’s Leon Walsh ('Fagin') and Mitch Clarke ('Lord Farquaad') received awards for their performances in 'Oliver' and “'Shrek the Musical Jnr.' And Livid Productions 'Sweeney Todd' picked up Awards for Excellence in Artistic Design, Achievement in Lighting Design and Corey Cooper for Best Supporting Performance in a Singing Role (Male) for his role of 'Anthony.'

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Carport

69 Honeyeater Circuit THURGOONA

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Colorbond Shed - Demolition of Existing

288 Mount Street EAST ALBURY

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Alts & Adds to Residence

577 Read Place ALBURY

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Retaining Walls

112 Rosedale Drive WEST ALBURY

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Colorbond Shed

9 Stirling Way THURGOONA

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MOBILITY SCOOTER, celebrity deluxe XL. EC. Can deliver. $1,500. Ph: 0438 014 742

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New rules apply to the advertising of dogs and cats for sale. It is now an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat unless the microchip identification number of the animal is included in the advertisement or notice. A registered domestic animal business may use its Council business registration number as an alternative.

HARDI Spray Unit, 100ltrs, new Shurflow pump with gun & reel. $550 ono. Phone: 0427 568 166.

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CARAVAN 17" Mid 80's, not registered but has current NSW RWC, Vin: DH1456, sound condition, new wheel bearings and springs, newly re-pinned, full annexe and extra's included. $6,500 ono. Ph: 0428 690 889.

MOTORHOME Fiat Winnebago, 2005, 6 berth. Perfect condition. $28,500 GST inc. Urgent Sale. 03 4410 3039 Reg. AG87WR.

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V Motor Vehicles

DAEWOO Lanos 1999. NSW reg (BL-49J), economical, one owner, manual, 113,120kms, $1,350. Phone: 0450 484 091. HYUNDAI Excel LS sedan 1994. Manual, one owner, good condition, registration (NBS-508), only 31,000 kms, $4,800 negotiable. Phone: 0412 499 041

ROADSTAR 16ft poptop, single beds, many extras, reg until 02/17, registration no: y.27446. $10,000ono. 0412 705 392.

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Casual Contact Support Workers Required Kids Out West is an innovative and regionally based preferred service provider for Family and Community Services. We assist in supporting children who are in Out of Home Care by supervising contact between children and their families, providing day or overnight respite support and transport. We are currently recruiting staff who can service the Albury region and the surrounding area. Selection Criteria ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀and ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ willingness to obtain one. ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ a willingness to obtain this. ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ addressing the selection criteria and a copy of your resume to ฀

MAZDA 3 SP20 Skyactive Auto Sedan 2011. Vic Registraion to June 2017 (ZBV-213) Black, Fleet Vehicle with lady driver, Excellent condition and fully serviced 87,000km $15,500. Please phone Sue 0407 068 821.

V Motor Vehicles

VOLKSWAGEN Golf 2006, 1.6L, manual, 91,000 kms, new tyres & shocks, registration until May 2017, CJ2-9PF. $8,999. Call: 0404 475 935 or 0419 561 146.

V Boats & Marine

STACER Proline Angler Sports 2004. Black, 2.3 30 hp, Mariner motor, excellent condition, comes with travel cover, electric motor, fish finder, VIN (Jc316), trailer (Q57770). Located in Bright Vic, $11,500. Phone Gary on 0418 835 940.

TOOL Trailer, 1.8x1.5, shelving, Victoria registration (N59-995) excellent condition. $1,250. Phone: 0427 261 029

V Motor Vehicles MERCEDES BENZ coupe, 1978, gold, auto, unreg, VIN: 11798522030581, $9,000. Ph: 0434 195 114.

VW TRANSPORTER T.D.I. 4 Motion 2012, excellent condition, 80,032 kms, rego (ZDA-593), located in Bright Vic. $35,500. Phone Gary on 0418 835 940.

MITSUBISHI Magna TS, 1994, auto, white, sedan, 2.6lt, GC, unregistered., VIN: 6MNTS4D41 RT000042, 289,800kms, $1,000 ono. Ph: 0418 297 640.

BOAT 3.6Mtr, (Tinny) on trailer, 7.5hp Mercury, fishfinder, unregistered, $850 ono. Phone: 0427 568 166

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BOBCAT 325G, 2009, 245 hours. Perfect condition. As new. $11,900 GST inc. Call 03 4410 3032, Urgent sale.

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FORD Courier 2003 Dual Cab Ute. Excellent condition, customized roof racks, tub liner, petrol, auto, 175,697 kms, registration (SEJ-992). $5,500. Phone Gary on 0418 835 940.

DELIVER SMALL LOCAL PHONE BOOKS Own vehicle req'd. Albury, Wodonga, Beechworth, Rutherglen, Mulwala, Tallangatta, Holbrook and Culcairn areas. Immed. start. Please phone 0419 009 517 or 0418 994 956.

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LOUNGE SUITE, 3 Piece (3 seater, 2 seater and ottoman) mocha in colour, very durable corduroy fabric. Cushion covers are machine washable. $400. Call 0418 283 709.

1986 DENNING Custom, 180 Cummins diesel, professional fitout, gas oven/cooktop, 12V rangehood, queen bed, bath /shower combo, 12V pressure pump, 240V instant hot water system, BBQ, inverter, rear view camera, TV. $21,000 neg. Phone: 0434 036 067.

CAMPER TRAILER 2015 Off Road. Hard floor, as new, used twice, remote assisted 5 minute set-up, pull out kitchen with sink, 100ltr tank, galvanised chassis, independent suspension, dual shocks, 14oz canvas, full annexe included, Vic reg (W98-965) will sell $11,900 ono. Phone Greg: 0457 677 243.

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NISSAN Dualis 2011. 6 speed manual, 2lt engine, 42,500kms, 10 months reg (YYD-073), RWC, excellent condition, one owner. $15,000. Phone: (02) 6071 2255 or 0417 211 941

HOLDEN Commodore SV6, VE series II, auto, 2011, as new, in showroom condition and only 9,377kms, all SV6 features plus premium window tint, paint protection, reverse camera, floor mats and beautiful alto grey colour, 12 months Vic reg, YFC-517, would suit new car buyer. $25,500ono. Phone: 0429 180 024.

NISSAN Civilian 22 seat school bus, 1998 model, reg until 08/16, 6 cylinder, Patrol diesel motor. Ideal for motor home conversion. Air conditioning and clutch recently upgraded. All in good condition. 1DX4SB. $13,000. Phone 03 5480 7507 Mob. 0409 913 998. Echuca.

HOLDEN VE Omega Ute, 2010. Vic rego (1CT-5TJ) 09/17. 128,000kms, C/C, B/Tooth, trip computer, near new tyres, EC, RWC. $13,500. Ph: 0490 028 779

RENAULT 2002 Scenic Dynamique. Dark Grey colour, leather, manual, registration (BH4-0DC) until 27 Jan 2017, 214,533 kms, $2,995. Phone: 0439 582 086.

TRACTOR, New Holland T7060, 2009, 1891 hours, Perfect Condition, $34900 GST inc, Call 0265162080

V Motorcycles

HONDA 250cc Quad bike, unregistered, (farm use only), in good condition, $2,200 ono. Phone: 0427 568 166.

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CHROME RIMS And tyres 4 x 20 inch, to suit Holden Commodore, rims in excellent condition, tyres not so good. $600 negotiable. Call Rod 0429 380 352 business hours.

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Local Sport Albury Tigers devour ’Rays By Tania Phillips ALBURY Tigers were in a matchingwinning frame of mind on Sunday, dominating their Ovens and Murray Round eight Women’s A grade water polo fixture at Wodonga Aquatic Venue and Exercise Space. The Tigers put in a dominating performance to run-out winners, 15 -2 over Northside Stingrays. Earlier in the round, Pool Pirates had come away with the points over Sharks in a tight match. Pirates took the points 7-5 in the end. Sharks and Tigers currently share the lead in the competition - both sitting on 20 points. However, Sharks are currently ahead on percentages with 345.45 to Tigers’ 226.67. Pirates are third on 16 points while Stingrays, who are yet to win a game, are currently languishing on eight points.

Stopping the goal. Monica Drumgold in action.

Anna Parrett and Hollie Harvey in the watery action in the women's A grade match between Northside Stingrays and Albury Tigers. Picture: ADAM WILSON

Katie Johnson.

Laura Power and Samara Jackson.

Arielle Jackson and Michaela Roberts.

Borella carries bat with ton By Tania Phillips EAST Albury have proven too strong for the luckless St Patricks in their Cricket Albury Wodonga match at Alexandra Park on Saturday. Batting first, St Pats made 8/197 with Luke Restall scoring 72 and Nicholas Flood 55 while Cameron White was the most successful bowler for East taking 3/37. While the total might have been enough against some batting line-ups, East Albury were able to get the points, passing the total for the loss of seven wickets in a close game with Kris Milosta scoring 58 and Dylan Wedding ending up with bowling figures of 4/47 and Kori Stevenson taking 2/24. Ashley Borella was the big runmaker of the weekend, mak-

ing 108 not out to guide North Albury to victory over Tallangatta at Rowan Park. Batting first Tallangatta made 7/176, with Sam Stephens making 65 and Brett Allen scoring 61. Ryan Addison ended up with bowling figures of 3/28. But Borella was in fine form carrying his bat in a match-winning innings of 108 as Norths passed their opponents for the loss of just two wickets. At Les Cheesley, it was Wodonga that grabbed the points against their cross-town rivals Raiders. Raiders batted first and were all out for 118, with Darren Peterson making 46 and Wodonga’s Avery Weilandt the destroyer, taking 4/15. In reply, Wodonga made the required runs with the loss of just one wicket with Bryce Garvey

hitting up 68 runs. Belvoir batted first at Kelly Park, scoring 188 with Drew Cameron hitting 61 and Bradley Dalbosco 2/15 but their opponents Lavington took the points in a close one, losing eight wickets on the way to their 189. Albury batted first at Billson Oval and proved way too strong for New City, setting them a total of 270 to chase with Chris Sole making 74 and Nicholas Morris 68 while Dapinder Singh took an impressive 6/35 for New City. But another impressive bowling performance - this time by Albury’s Dave Tassell (5/18) but the end to New City’s hopes. They were all out for 177 still 93 behind the New City total with Liam Fitzsimmon topping the score with 62.

Caleb Barras faces up.

Kris Milosta on his way to 58 for East Albury in their win over St Patricks at Alexandra Park.

Dylan Weeding on the way to 47 for East Albury.

Caleb Barras walks off after being dismissed by St Pats.

Luke Brunckhorst.

Matthew Crawshaw in action for St Patricks.


AWNW - 30th November 2016