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ROCKING INTO THE HOLIDAYS: Torri Horton, Molly Parfett-Oliver, Kyla Lawes and Meg Redford get into the spirit of a National Youth Week Horsham College rock-music event at the school’s middle school. The event, organised by Nexus FREEZA Committee, featured Melbourne band Brighter at Night and helped students unwind during the last week before an Easter break. Wimmera Uniting Care’s Wimmera Mobile Youth Centre bus, Workco Youth Connections and the college’s Student Representative Council were also involved in the occasion. Picture: MICK SHANNON

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By DEAN LAWSON

tawell community leader Kevin Erwin has called for Wimmera solidarity to help make this year’s Stawell Gift Easter weekend one of the best on record.

The Northern Grampians Shire Council Mayor said the people of Stawell needed a boost in confidence after a difficult couple of years and the greater Wimmera community could help by being part of festivities. He said while the Gift weekend was an important Stawell district attrac-

tion every year, this year’s event was particularly important. “It would be a real boost to the area if people across the Wimmera could make the effort to visit Stawell this year, considering what the community has been through and had to endure. Come along and enjoy what is a great festival,” Cr Erwin said. “The Gift is always important to Stawell but this year is perhaps more important that others and we need a lift in community morale.” Stawell has been in the economic spotlight since the announcement

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that Stawell Gold Mine, the centre’s largest employer, would cease underground operations. The news arrived as Stawell district communities were attempting to rebound after 2011 floods. The historic Stawell Gift carnival attracts athletics fans and tourists from across Australia but relies heavily on Wimmera and western Victorian patronage. The Easter attractions go well beyond the Stawell Athletics Club carnival, with various other events part of a big weekend running from on April

18 to 21. Stawell’s Gold Cup Easter Sunday horse-racing meeting, abandoned after vandalism to Stawell Racecourse track, is traditionally part of the weekend. Northern Grampians council, in recognising the value of the meeting, failed in an 11th-hour appeal to Racing Victoria yesterday to try to have the meeting reinstated. Racing Victoria announced late yesterday that it had transferred the Stawell Easter Sunday meeting to Donald and District Racing Club.

The meeting’s open handicap race programmed as part of the Stawell Cup meeting will run at Donald, but carry a reduction in prizemoney from $50,000 to $30,000. Prizemoney for a BM70 race will also change from $25,000 to $15,000. The vandalism forced Stawell Racing Club to replace the racing action, which has attracted 4000 patrons in the past, with a Family Fun Day. • Club vows to push on, see page 11.

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Group firms up feeling against Big Hill project

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lobby group trying to stop a new openpit gold-mining project at Stawell’s Big Hill fear the project will destroy a ‘significant historic and cultural landmark’ while providing little long-term community benefit.

Friends of Big Hill spokesperson Wendy Melbourne said concerned members were struggling to have any confidence in Crocodile Gold Corp’s Stawell Gold Mine Big Hill Enhanced Development Project. She said many people had doubts the Canadian mining company could fulfil its plans to rehabilitate the site, create the 80 to 100 jobs it was predicting or ‘generally give two hoots’ about Stawell. “I’m not anti-mining. I and many others are simply anti this proposal. They are calling it ‘enhanced development’ and that they will restore the hill but the feeling is that they will never be able for afford to put

it all back,” she said. “We’re not being precious and it’s not just about a few people fighting against change. Big Hill at Stawell has cultural and historical significance and we want to hold onto it.” Mrs Melbourne, who led a similar campaign to protect Big Hill in the late 1990s, said people had an opportunity to make submissions regarding the project’s Environmental Effects Statement, on public exhibition until May 14, by filling out a submission form. Group members would help people fill in forms at Stawell Library between 1pm and 4pm tomorrow and Friday. “People can respond to the document with any concern and we’re basically helping anyone who might have trouble downloading or aren’t sure of how to download the information,” Mrs Melbourne said. “We have a letter already addressed ready for them to put on what they feel about it and will help them make a submission.”

Stawell Gold Mine, meanwhile, will present a community information day on the project between 11am and 2pm at Stawell RSL on Saturday. Mrs Melbourne said concerns ranged from historical significance of the site, the impact of mining work on nearby residents and water supplies and the level of site rehabilitation. “I’ve lived in Stawell for 50 years and Big Hill is a big part of our lives. It’s a place many of us go, a place where tourists visit and as part of the historical society I’m constantly taking people on tours there. It’s very important that we keep it,” she said.

Council undecided Northern Grampians Shire Council Mayor Kevin Erwin said the council was still considering its position on the proposal. “We’ve had our first look at it on Monday and have yet to form an opinion. A general message is that there’s an opportunity for the community to

have a say, so have your say,” he said. “We have to work closely with any mining project but ultimately all we want is to see is a benefit to the town. In all honesty, if there is no benefit it is not worth the pain. There has to be a benefit.” Crocodile Gold Corp predicts the Big Hill Enhanced Development Project will run for four to five years and produce 2.3-million tonnes of ore. In a project outline on its website it explains that the proposal is to ‘provide a safe, environmentally acceptable and economically prosperous project that will benefit Crocodile Gold, the Stawell region and the local community’. The Big Hill Enhanced Development Project will consist of two open pits with a north pit to be mined first with back filling and rehabilitation to follow. ‘This project design will fully reinstate all pit voids to their original landform once mining is completed’.

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Cinema returns to Nhill Poles The silver screen will sparkle again at Nhill Memorial Community Centre.

Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty was in Nhill on Monday to announce a $75,000 grant for an upgrade of the Community Centre’s projection and sound equipment. Hindmarsh Shire Council will also contribute $60,000 to the project, resulting in a $135,000 upgrade. Nhill Cinema, with only traditional film projection equip-

ment, closed its doors in December 2013, when 35mm film reels ceased production. The digital equipment will enable the new centre to show new-release films, featuring full definition surround sound, within weeks of release. Hindmarsh Shire chief executive Tony Doyle said the upgrade to digital equipment was critical. “The cinema provides entertainment, social connectivity,

and cultural value, but it’s also an important piece of our local economy.” Mr Doyle continued. “When people go out of town to go to the movies, they’ll often eat out, fill up their car and do some shopping while they’re there. “By having a cinema operating locally, we’re keeping more dollars in Nhill. “We will also attract movie goers from neighbouring towns, as Nhill has the only

cinema within an hour radius. “In the bigger economic picture, the cinema is an important feature in town liveability, and will assist with the attraction and retention of population within our shire”. Mr Doyle said the ciinema was a fantastic resource for community, schools and business. Work on the project will start in late May. Movie screenings will start in July.

Run raises hope By LAUREN HENRY

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opetoun will fittingly be the finishing point for a 421-kilometre trek from Melbourne to raise money for motor-neurone disease sufferers.

Motor-neurone disease has hit the Mallee town of Hopetoun hard in the past decade or so, with at least six people dying from the progressive, terminal neurological disease. People will MND progressively lose the use of their limbs, and ability to move, speak, breathe and swallow. Tim Solly, who has family connections in Hopetoun, and his musician mate Matt Sofoulis will start ‘Melbourne 2 Mallee 4 MND’ on April 8. The 12-day run will stop at Ararat on April 12, Stawell April 13, Dadswell’s Bridge April 14, Horsham April 15, Byrneville April 16, Warracknabeal April 17, Beulah April 18, and finally Hopetoun, April 19.

Hopetoun will host a celebration for the two men on at the town’s showground, with three live performances, children’s activities, raffles, barbecue and drinks. Mr Solly is raising funds in memory of his uncle Darren Solly, of Hopetoun, and Mr Sofoulis in memory of his grandfather Tony Ramondo. Polly Thomas, formerly of Hopetoun, lost her sister Mandy Gilbert to motor-neurone disease 12 months ago. She is helping Hopetoun community stalwart June Solly with organising the town’s celebration to welcome ‘Melbourne 2 Mallee 4 MND’. “It’s a cruel disease,” Ms Thomas said. “Your mind is as good as the day as you were diagnosed but your body deteriorates, eventually not allowing you to breathe.” Ms Thomas said the disease was ‘genetically-engrained’ in her family, with five sufferers in her extended family.

“This event will raise money that will go to people in regional areas who are suffering motor-neurone disease, to assist their quality of life,” she said. Ms Thomas said she hoped raising money would help to one day find a cure for the disease. She said she worried that other people in her family would develop the disease. The Hopetoun celebration will include Mr Solly and Mr Sofoulis performing in their band Dirtland, joining Dixie Beat, Chooka Williams and Mary Cummins. “I’m extremely pumped to do this for MND with my mate Matt,” Mr Solly said. “People think we’re insane for committing to the gruelling challenge but all of this madness if for a good cause.” The pair is aiming to raise $50,000 for MND Victoria, to provide care and support for people living with the disease.

Plans for Dimboola and Nhill Hindmarsh Shire Council will use a $60,000 State Government grant to develop Community Precinct Plans for Dimboola and Nhill.

Council chief executive Tony Doyle said the plans would place Dimboola and Nhill in a ‘great’ position for future social and community infrastructure and services funding.

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He said the council would complete the plans with ‘extensive’ community consultation, starting in the next financial year, identifying future needs to ensure the health and wellbeing and resilience of the communities. “These Community Precinct Plans will help the council make informed decisions about social and community infrastructure and facilities in Dimboola and Nhill,” Mr Doyle said.

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Workers install feature totem poles at Horsham’s North Foundry Gardens in preparation for the unveiling of the Poles In Our Park arts project on Friday. Horsham’s Northfest Family Fun Day committee has invited the community to the 11am event which has involved young people designing artistic feature totem poles to become part of the parkland environment. The idea started last year and involved artist Nichola Clarke working with children from Horsham district schools.

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YOUR SAY SIR, Ian Porter’s article ‘Glimmer of hope for parts sector’, The Weekly Advertiser GoAuto, March 26, 2014, discusses future exports of Australian car parts manufacturers. I would like to draw readers’ attention to the Victorian Parliament’s current Inquiry into the Opportunities for Increasing Exports of Goods and Services from Regional Victoria. Among other things, this important inquiry seeks to understand the opportunities and challenges facing regional exporters, the lessons learnt by successful exporters and what the government can do to support current and potential exporters. The parliament’s Rural and Regional Committee will be in Hamilton and Portland in early April, and expects to be in Ballarat and Geelong in late April. More details can be found online at www.parliament.vic. gov.au/rrc or by calling 03 8682 2884. David O’Brien, MLC Chair, Rural and Regional Committee Parliament of Victoria

Red Cross thanks

SIR, Horsham Red Cross would like to thank the Horsham community for its generous support of Red Cross Calling this March. We raised $18,300 which will go to Red Cross to fund its everyday work helping vulnerable people across Australia and overseas. The community’s generosity will help fund the everyday work Red Cross and disaster-response programs that enable Red Cross to prepare and immediately respond to natural disasters. The goal was to raise $2-million nationally during March through community activities. Every little bit helps and Horsham Red Cross is proud to have been able to do its part in helping reach this goal. If you weren’t able to support our door-knock, there is still time for members of the general public to donate to this fundraising campaign by visiting redcrosscalling.org.au or phoning 1800 008 831. Red Cross greatly appreciates the support of its Red Cross members and volunteers who generously donate their time and efforts, a true indication of the ‘power of humanity’. If you’re able to join our team of volunteers next March please contact me. Trish Venn Co-ordinator, Horsham Red Cross Calling

Celebrating 150 years

SIR, Having been a commissioner during local government restructure in the 1990s, I was delighted to be invited to Edenhope to launch historian Bob Marmion’s new book entitled Middle Gate—150 Years of Local Government in the West Wimmera 1862–2012. The genesis of this remarkable 150-year history was the formation of the original Horsham Road District on March 3, 1862 and the North Harrow Road District on June 10, 1862. Middle Gate, an apt name for this comprehensive history, details the story of local government in the area from its earliest days through to West Wimmera Shire Council, formed after the amalgamation of Kowree and Kaniva, the northern portion of Glenelg and a large part of Arapiles shires. West Wimmera Shire is home to just under 5000 people and covers about 9100 square kilometres stretching along the Victorian and SA border from the Big Desert to Chetwynd. The shire services the townships of Edenhope and Kaniva and rural areas including Harrow, Goroke, Apsley, Serviceton, Dergholm and Minimay. This history, well researched and authored by Bob Marmion, accurately reflects both the historical and current lifestyle opportunities in the West Wimmera that make it such an attractive place to visit or live. David Koch, MLC Member for Western Victoria Region

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he Stawell Gift carnival every Easter shines brighter than all other annual sporting events in our region. It is unique, embraces sport, history, tradition and culture and is the only Wimmera event that can truly claim an international profile. It is also something the people of Stawell, and the broader Wimmera, can hang their collective hat on and provides an example of what a regional organisation such as Stawell Athletics Club can consistently achieve. Gift organisers have always

had to weigh up the best ways of making sure this rich professional running meeting can survive. Critically, they need to constantly come up with ways to keep the event on the national and international radar. On the other hand they have a challenge to keep their Wimmera audience, critical to overall success, engaged. Wander through the crowd at Central Park at Easter and what is immediately obvious is how many familiar faces are in the crowd from the many far-flung localities across the region. It provides a curious mix of culture and promotion. It’s an event that attracts international superstars and prompts promotors to spend money well beyond the boundaries of the Wimmera. But it is also where

Rain stay a while It never ceases to amaze how much influence a drop of rain can have on Wimmera-Mallee confidence. As a weather pattern swept into the region from the west early this week, bringing wide-

spread and steady rain to many areas, we could almost feel the positive aura oozing from some people. With plenty of predictions about a looming drought-promoting El Nino weather pattern developing in the Pacific Ocean and memories of our long dry spell still very fresh in the memory, seeing steady rain in some areas has been encouraging. While it remains to be seen if the rain represented the start of the autumn break our farmers always look for at this time of year, it was certainly most welcome. After all, anyone who has lived for any period of time in the Wimmera-Mallee would know all too well: There’s money in mud!

Apsley hotel nears grand opening The Apsley Hotel has taken another big step towards reopening with the appointment of manager Andrew Martin, of Naracoorte.

After studying in Adelaide, Mr Martin has had extensive management experience in Europe and New Zealand. He was general manager in a hotel in New Zealand and prior to that ran his own winery and event management business. “I am really looking forward to the challenge of making this a special hotel in our region,” Mr Martin said. “Being so close to home makes it even better and we plan to make this a family friendly place, providing good meals and a relaxed atmosphere.” After being closed for two years, 12 Apsley families bought the Border Inn with the aim to re-open it as a hub of the Apsley community. Group chief executive Michael Ryan said renovations are on track with the rebuilding of the kitchen progressing well. “I am delighted with the overall progress and having Andrew on board means we are on track to open soon,” he said. The Apsley Hotel has a long history dating back to 1848. Mr Ryan said the hotel was the focal point of the town for many years and boasts many tales.

RENOVATION READY: New Apsley Hotel manager Andrew Martin, right, is congratulated by Noel Ogilvy, representative of owners, a group made up of 12 Apsley families. “The finishing post for the first Apsley Races was just outside the front door and was the origin of the famous Apsley Cup,” he said.

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Hillross in the lead for Leadership Wimmera participation Hillross Horsham is a leader when it comes to participation in the Leadership Wimmera Program. This year Hayley Jende becomes the fifth employee of the business to undertake the popular program,’ Leadership Wimmera provides inspiring leadership programs to motivate and nurture existing and emerging leaders. Hayley follows in the footsteps of Leanne Jackman, Tanya Fulton, Dean Winfield, Penelope Manserra and Lauren Wiggins who have all graduated from either Regional Leadership Skills or Business Leaders Group since the program began in 2002. Alisha Cameron is participating in Business Leaders Group 2014. Hillross Horsham’s Dean Winfield and Penelope Manserra both agree “we chose to participate in the LW program because it helps our staff to grow personally, be more confident and be more aware of personalities and situations when dealing with each other and clients”. “The impact on Hillross as a result of our participation in the LW programme has been a more balanced work environment and helped us further develop and strengthen our professional relationships,” Mr Winfield said. Our staff are very important and we want them to continue to grow and develop not only in the role in our business but as people – give back to the community,” he said. Mrs Manserra said she and Mr Winfield used what they had learned in the business leaders’ programme “This includes finding effective ways of resolving issues and enjoying effective and open relationships and communication in the workplace.”

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“Leadership Wimmera’s program is the first leadership development that Hayley has participated in, and I am sure she will graduate with greater confidence and self-belief,” Ms Manserra said. These skills will help her make decisions at work and in everyday situations that she encounters. Hayley said she was looking forward to broadening her experiences and knowledge while connecting with other leaders in the community. “I hope that I can take on leadership roles in the community after completing the Regional Leadership Skills program,” she said. Hayley is one of 16 participants who started the Regional Leadership Skills group’s program with a weekend away at the Little Desert Nature Lodge in February. ‘I thoroughly enjoyed the weekend retreat with all of the 2014 Leadership Wimmera members. I felt it was a perfect opportunity to get to know all the other participants and our facilitator Dain. I’m very excited to see where the rest of the program will take the group and myself.” Hayley is one of more than 440 people who have participated in Leadership Wimmera since 2002. These programs enhance, develop and promote leadership in the region and contribute to regional development by providing opportunities to grow the skills of people keen to ‘make a difference.’ To find out more about Leadership Wimmera go to wda.org.au/leadership And if you would like to gain some skills of your own consider attending Leadership Alumni events. The next event is The Big Ask Fundraising Workshop for not-for-profit groups on May 1.  

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Labor candidates step up Labor candidate for Lowan Bob Scates believes roads, public transport and the cost of living will be key issues influencing voters in the November state election.

NEW CANDIDATE: Nationals members in the Lowan electorate voted for Emma Kealy, of Edenhope, to replace retiring member Hugh Delahunty, left. The pair are pictured with Nationals leader Peter Ryan.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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nfrastructure, investment and innovation will form the key basis of newly selected Lowan Nationals candidate Emma Kealy’s election campaign. National Party delegates met in Horsham on Saturday to elect a new candidate following the retirement of outgoing member Hugh Delahunty. If Ms Kealy wins at the November state election, which is highly likely given the electorate is a safe Nationals seat; she will become the first female representative for Lowan. The Edenhope Hospital chief executive won selection from a field of five candidates, including Horsham Mayor David Grimble, regional football leader Bruce Petering, Horsham businesswoman Andrea Cross and Haven agricultural advocate Russell McKenzie. Living in Edenhope, Ms Kealy, 36, is married to Tim O’Donnell, who combines his social work career with caring for the couple’s 14-month-old son. “I believe this election is about the future of the Lowan electorate and I have a strong vision for growth and opportunity,” she said. Ms Kealy said her election campaign would focus on the ‘three i’s’ – infrastructure, investment and innovation. She said road and rail improvements were essential for the progression of Lowan, as was developing a reliable telecommunications network. “In terms of investment I will be campaigning for education facilities to help our young people be smart, skilled and ready to be leaders of this region,” she said. Ms Kealy also listed training health workers

and providing appropriate facilities for ageing baby boomers, and developing the business community to strengthen the economy as a focus. She said her innovations policy was two-fold, focusing on supporting small to medium businesses by cutting red tape and assisting research facilities and innovative businesses progress to become regional leaders.

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The candidates have spent the past month campaigning Nationals members, via forums at Warracknabeal, Hamilton, Jeparit, Edenhope and Horsham. “We formed a real camaraderie and I have enormous respect for the other candidates, any of whom would have made fantastic candidates for Lowan,” she said. Ms Kealy said she had spent time in each of the communities before and after the forums to hear about key issue for each area and ideas for growth and development. “This electorate is huge. What is an issue in Dartmoor is different to Jeparit,” she said. “Similarly in Hamilton, which is not necessarily a major grain-growing area, so they have some different issues.” Ms Kealy was based in Hamilton, working as a manager at Western District Health, before returning to her hometown of Edenhope. She attended boarding school at Ballarat Grammar, and then moved to South Australia, Northern Territory and Melbourne for university and work in the health field. Ms Kealy said working as Victorian regional laboratory manager for Gribbles Pathology ignited her passion to be advocate for rural and regional areas.

It is the first time Mr Scates, 63, of Murtoa, has stood in a state election, but he did run for Labor federally last year. Mr Scates said he was surprised that outgoing Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty had decided to retire. When speaking to The Weekly Advertiser last week, he wished the incumbent Nationals candidate, whoever that was to be, all the best. Mr Scates described himself as the ‘underdog’ in the election, despite the retirement of Mr Delahunty. “We go from no chance to a chance,” he said. Mr Scates said he had previously worked for State Government departments, in housing and disability. He said the Coalition government was ‘Melbournecentred’ and a focus on the regions was ‘less and less’. “There doesn’t seem to be anywhere near the injection into infrastructure in regional areas as there is in Melbourne,” he said. “We need better services here, and for government to be committed to bringing it here. It’s essential.”

Bob Scates Mr Scates said rail needed upgrading in regional Victoria for freight and passengers. “The more money we spend on rail, the less we need to spend on roads,” he said. Mr Scates said other issues that were important in the seat of Lowan were public transport, public housing and the cost of living. “Power and water bills are always going up and the State Government needs to take some responsibility for controlling that,” he said.

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Diminishing services and business in regional towns was a driving force behind Hopetoun man Shane Roberts’ decision to stand for Labor in the seat of Mildura. Mr Roberts returned to Hopetoun in 2012, where he had grown up, after living interstate and was immediately struck by the change. “You don’t have to travel

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Developing leadership West Wimmera Health Service nurse Jamie Duffy is hoping a Leadership Wimmera Program will enhance his skills to become a community leader.

Trish Heinrich, nursing unit manager at WWHS, graduated from Leadership Wimmera in 2007 and recommended the program. Mr Duffy said he wanted to learn more about leadership and become a leader in the community as a result of the program. “I am expecting to improve my communication and public speaking skills this year, while increasing my network of contacts in the Wimmera,” he said. “I also want to better understand myself and others, and learn new negotiation skills.” The program began with a retreat weekend at Little Desert Lodge. “I learnt some new leadership skills, which will come in handy in my work and personal life, and enjoyed activities like rock climbing. It was also a great social weekend, allowing us to get to know everybody else doing the course,” Mr Duffy said. Leadership Wimmera, run by the Wimmera Development Association, covers the Northern Grampians, Yarriambiack, West Wimmera, Hindmarsh and Buloke shires, and the rural cities of Horsham and Ararat. For more information about Leadership Wimmera contact Sue on 5381 6507, email sboddi@wda.org.au or visit www.wda.org. au/leadership.

Mr Duffy, of Horsham, began the Regional Leadership Skills program with 15 other people from across the region earlier this year. The year-long program builds life skills to enhance participation in workplace, community and personal arenas and involves each participant complete a community project. Mr Duffy’s project group is working to set up a ‘tinker shed’ that will open to the public on Friday evenings and hold education sessions to enhance practical skills. “These could include changing a car tyre or fixing a leaking tap or rigging up a fishing line,” Mr Duffy said. “This shed will not only teach skills but lead to increased social interaction and networking within the community. “It will also create a positive environment where men, women and children are all welcome.” West Wimmera Health Service chief executive officer John Smith encouraged Mr Duffy to apply for the program because of the potential benefits for his employee, the health service and the community.

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Stawell Racing Club officials, devastated that a vandal attack on their track has forced them to call off their iconic Easter Sunday meeting, will instead present a huge Family Fun Day. The Stawell Gold Cup races will now be at Donald on Easter Sunday. The Stawell Gold Cup meeting is traditionally part of a Stawell Easter Gift carnival weekend and often attracts up to 4000 patrons. Stawell Racing Club operations manager Penny Penfold said the club was busy planning the family fund day at Stawell Racecourse to look after patrons who usually attended the races. “Last year the club introduced the ‘Kids Easter Sunday Kids Eggstravaganza’ theme to the Stawell Gold Cup which was aimed at transforming the

event into a family orientated, child-friendly day,” she said. “This proved to be of great success and with support of Country Racing Victoria the Eggtravaganza theme will continue at the event this year. “There will be multiple children’s activities at the racecourse including Kelly Sports supervised kids sporting activities, a jumping castle, facepainting and the popular oversized egg and spoon race will be back.”

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Ms Penfold said as well as the family entertainment, the club would also take care of punters with a ‘big screen’, full bar and catering facilities, television coverage of all races from across Australia and TAB betting facilities. “A band will entertain picnickers throughout the afternoon and entry is free. “While we’re dumfounded that someone would be so callous to sabotage the club’s most important meeting and one of the highlights of the Stawell Easter Festival, we are

keen to make the best of a terrible situation. Club president Gary Mussett added that the club was determined to provide a great day despite the setback. “We won’t let this beat us,” he said. Last night, police were still investigating the vandal attack which involved the poisoning of large sections of the racecourse track between the 300-metre mark in the home straight and a vehicle crossing near a 1300-metre marker. The erratic markings first appeared as minor discolouration but quickly deteriorated and increased in size leaving significant patches of dead grass. Neither Racing Victoria nor contract turf specialists could offer any explanation other than deliberate poisoning. Anyone with information about the attack should call Stawell Police on 5358 8222 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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BREAKTHROUGH: The NSW Crimson Spider-orchid. Picture: NOUSHKA REITER

Specialists working on two threatened NSW species have managed for the first time to symbiotically germinate the plants as part of the program. The germination of the Crimson Spiderorchid, Caladenia concolor and Sand-hill Spider-orchid, Caladenia arenaria, is part of an Australian Network for Plant Conservation’s program in partnership with Wimmera Catchment Management Authority in Horsham. Ecologist Dr Noushka Reiter said she was excited about the latest development. “Scientists have been trying to germinate these species for several years without success,” she said. “Germinating orchids isn’t as simple as sowing a seed in soil and watching it grow. All Australian terrestrial orchids rely on a specific type of mycorrhizal fungi to germinate and sustain their growth throughout their lifecycle. We just needed to find the right fungus, and we finally did. “To further complicate things, each species is pollinated by a unique insect. We don’t yet know what pollinates the Crimson Spider-orchid, but interestingly the orchid has a distinctly mandarin smell.” The ANPC, a not-for-profit organisation, is germinating the orchids for NSW Office of Environmental Heritage reintroduction trials in NSW’s south-west next year.

Prizes at retirement expo Visitors to the To Retirement and Beyond Expo at Warracknabeal Town Hall and Hopetoun Memorial Hall next week will have the chance to win major door prizes.

Rural Northwest Health is planning the special event at Warracknabeal on Monday and Hopetoun on Tuesday to help people make decisions and plan for their future. Expo organiser and Rural Northwest Health occupational therapist Alison Dart said Wimmera company Action Aids had offered door prizes for both venues. “Everyone attending the expo can enter their name and have the chance to win a $500 Action Aids discount voucher and a Dick Wicks magnetic Oz sleeping pillow,” Mrs Dart said. “The discount voucher can be used to purchase any scooter or lift chair from Action Aids. “It’s also transferrable so whoever wins it can offer it to someone else for a gift.”

Community Health nurse Julie Mills said the expo would show people how they could enjoy the later years of their lives. “The expo will feature a variety of displays and presentations covering the needs and issues that affect quality of life in our ageing years,” Mrs Dart said. “Presentations and exhibitions are booked out at both expos and there are more exhibitors on a waiting list so the response has been amazing. “There are experts in healthy living, memory support, sport and recreation, advanced care planning, legal matters and wills, adult learning and of course retirement and aged care. “And the expo is free and open to anyone who wants to attend so now we just need the community to come along and take advantage of what is on offer.” Activities at both centres start at 2pm and will finish by 8pm.

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KNOW-HOW: Animal production specialist Laura O’Connell from Gorst Rural Supplies at Lake Bolac tests a water sample with onlookers, from left, David Coad, John Sweeney, Mark McKew and Kimberley Leeke at an Ararat Bestwool Bestlamb Group presentation at Moyston. A gathering of graziers discussed sheep health in a change in season from autumn to winter. Ararat Bestwool Bestlamb Group’s next gathering will be on May 16 when discussion will be about best practice on controlling Onion Grass.

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We ask each new member to mark things that interest them most and networking opportunities is one of the most common selections. This is a common reason for joining chambers of commerce. Yet all of these groups say they struggle to get good attendances at networking dinners or events. So is the reason numbers are down at networking events simply because people are time poor? I used to think that might be the reason but I wonder if ‘networking’ is a scary word for some people. It was intimidating for me early in my business days and perhaps that’s because I didn’t know how to network effectively. So I ask you to think about whether it does intimidate you because you’re not quite sure how to go about it effectively. Simply by being present at these events is a start. It is the first step into surrounding yourself with other business people. Being seen as being proactive is the first indicator to any other business person that you want exposure and that you’re up for it. Attend a couple of events that your progress association or chamber of commerce put on

and ease yourself into the process and to help you ease into it take someone else from the business with you. That’s what I did to get myself used to being a part of it. Inevitably people get to know you and conversation becomes easier, just like any situation in life where you are with people you don’t know or haven’t met before. When you’re more comfortable with the process, look into ways to network more effectively. There is a lot of help out there. You can start with your chamber of commerce or progress association, there’s the internet full of helpful tips or if you are receiving business coaching or mentoring, talk to your coach or mentor about it. When you get there, don’t always go to those you know at the events – make if your goal to meet one new person at each event. You will be surprised with how this will boost your confidence and work for your business. With Business Horsham events we help you meet new people by providing different opportunities in a variety of ways. While I’m on the subject, Business Horsham is hosting a Member Dinner at Cafe Jas in Horsham next Wednesday. Ask yourself if you’re willing to take that first step to network with other like-minded business people. We also welcome non-members. This helps you to talk to some of our members about what we can do for you at Business Horsham. Most of the towns in our region have their own chamber or progress association that provide these opportunities. Please consider taking advantage of them for the benefit of your business.

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Energy grants for schools Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty is encouraging schools to sign up to the State Government’s ResourceSmart AuSSI Vic schools program and share in $200,000 of grants. More than 200 grants of up to $10,000 are available to help them put in place energy and cost saving measures. “The grants are available to help schools undertake energy audits and install energy-sav-

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Ask your super fund what investment choices they offer. Super is a tax-effective way to invest for retirement. Your super fund should give choices of investments – after all, one way of investing is unlikely to suit everyone. How much choice you need depends on your personal circumstances such as how much money you have in super, your attitude to investing, and how much involvement you wish to have in making investment decisions. There are generally five or six different investment options which can provide you

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Ask your super fund what fees they charge. All super funds will charge fees in some way. The key issue is not the fees but the value provided by the fund. Like all things ‘you pay for what you get’. Some simple funds are cheaper but may not offer the options and facilities you need. Some funds may be too complicated or expensive for your needs. Insurance – ask your super fund about what insurance is offered and determine what cover you need. Many super funds provide a simple, low cost and tax-effective way to get insurance cover in the event of death and disability.

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Find out how secure your super fund is. It is critical that your super is professionally managed by people you can trust. There have been examples of super funds going bust or losing a lot of money by investing poorly, or even illegally. Even being in a fund run by a well-known company is no guarantee. Range of services – what special services does your super fund offer? Super funds have become more competi-

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ord Australia will soon complete significant upgrades to its vehicle proving ground in regional Victoria as it gears up to develop a number of new models for international markets.

The upgrade, quietly announced in August last year, includes an additional test road for noise, vibration and harshness assessments, a complete update of existing roads including the 4.8km high-speed loop and assorted cobble-style surfaces such as Belgian block. A $2.5 million test cell will refine vehicle emissions, while the company has also spend about $300,000 buying new equipment to test driver-assistance technology such as radarguided cruise control systems. All up, the spend is expected to total around $5.7 million. Large truckloads of gravel and fist-sized rocks, as well as earth-moving equipment, have recently been spotted at the site. It is unclear if other facilities such as the on-site dyno, skidpan and water splash pools will get an upgrade. Situated next to the You Yangs hills near the town Lara, the proving ground has traditionally been used to test the Aus-

tralian Falcon and Territory, but has also been the development home for models such as the Ranger ute and the Indian-market Figo small-car. At present, the site is hosting late-stage development work on the Ranger-based Everest SUV and the Chinese-market Escort, plus a mid-life upgraded Ranger, and the final iterations of the Falcon and Territory set for release late this year. With these projects coming to a close, the addition investment in its testing facilities indicates Ford Australia has picked up contracts to develop other future models, either for the developing Indian market, China or – potentially another world project on the scale of

the Ranger. Adding further fuel to the fire, Ford announced this week that it would upgrade its two-yearold ‘virtual reality’ interior design lab by September, allowing it to more easily accommodate the development of larger vehicles. Last month, Ford’s Australian-born but Chinese-based Asia-Pacific product development vice-president Trevor Worthington told GoAuto the company’s region was working on more projects than those already confirmed, and said Australia would continue to act as ‘hubs’ for numerous projects allocated from Dearborn to the Asia Pacific division. “We are doing more product

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right now than clearly we’ve let on – that’s the usual process. There’s more product we’ve got our hat in the ring for right now.” All signs points to a healthy future for the Blue Oval’s local design and development operations – a rare bright spot in an industry beset by grim tidings in recent times. While Ford Australia will shut its local manufacturing operations in Broadmeadows and Geelong in 2016, its full design and development facilities are continuing. Australia is one of the few Ford sites anywhere that can create a car from ‘go to whoa’, from early sketches. Mike Costello © GoAutoMedia, 2014

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eversing cameras will become compulsory on all new cars sold in the US from mid-2018 as the government moves to minimise the number of people killed or injured in “backover” mishaps.

But the move has also prompted an alliance of car-makers to petition the government to allow them to swap out wing mirrors for slimline cameras, playing on the idea that the US is slowly opening up to new incar technology.

 The National Highway and Transport Safety Administration announced that all passenger cars and light trucks – and even some buses – would soon need to fit the technology in an effort to “significantly reduce the risk of fatalities and serious injuries”. Interestingly, the US Government agency illustrated its story with an image of the Ford Territory’s reversing camera fitted to the locally-made SUV as part of a major facelift introduced to the range in 2009. “Safety is our highest priority, and we are committed to protecting the most vulnerable victims of backover accidents

– our children and seniors,” US transportation secretary Anthony Foxx said. “As a father, I can only imagine how heart wrenching these types of accidents can be for families, but we hope that today’s rule will serve as a significant step toward reducing these tragic accidents.” The move in the US follows similar calls to mandate the technology in Australia, particularly for larger SUV-style vehicles where rearward visibility is often an issue. The latest death to occur in Australia was a three-year-old

toddler who was run over in the driveway of her Sunshine West home in February. Last year, the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development commissioned the Monash University Accident Research Centre to prepare a scoping study on reversing cameras. “The purpose of the scoping study was to establish what data is available around the world in relation to reversing cameras, and to examine whether the effectiveness of such technologies can be measured from the available data,” a spokesperson

for the department told GoAuto. “The department will publish the scoping study shortly and a further (second-stage) research project will be undertaken on the effectiveness of reversing cameras.” The spokesperson said the results of the second-stage study would be sent to the UN World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations, which tries to set global standards for car-makers to follow. “The United States will be one of Australia’s partners in the second-stage research project and developments in the US will be considered closely,” the spokesperson said. While reversing cameras are still mainly confined to higherend variants on low-cost cars, even prestige brands are yet to roll out the technology across their showrooms. That will all change next week with the launch of the facelifted Lexus CT200h, which is the last vehicle in the showroom from the luxury arm of Japanese carmaker Toyota to add reversing cameras across the range. Barry Park © GoAutoMedia, 2014

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5:30 TEN Eyewitness News Early [s] 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10 You (PG) [s] 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) 1:00 The Doctors (PG a) 2:00 To Be Announced 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET (PG) 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family (PG) 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 So You Think You Can Dance Australia (PG) 9:00 Law & Order: SVU: Gridiron Soldier (M) 10:00 Law & Order: SVU: Father’s Shadow (M v,a) 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s] 11:30 Saving Grace: That Was No First Kiss (M v) 12:30 Late Show (PG) 1:30 Infomercial

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 The Wonder Years (PG) [s] 11:00 Origins Of Us [s] 12:00 ABC News With Ros Childs [s] 1:00 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell [s] 1:30 The Kumars [s] 2:00 Poh’s Kitchen [s] 2:30 As Time Goes By [s] 3:00 Wild At Heart (PG) [s] 4:00 Kingdom (PG) [s] 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 6:00 Grand Designs: Brixton [s] 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 The Checkout (PG) [s] 8:30 Janet King (M a,l,v) [s] 9:30 Accused: Mo’s Story [s] 10:35 Lateline [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:35 The School (M l) [s] 12:25 Movie: “Shampoo” (MA15+l,d,s) (’75) Stars: Warren Beatty 2:10 Flickerfest (MA15+) 2:30 Football: WAFL: Round 3: Swan Districts v Peel Thunder

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Turn Back Time: The Family (PG) 2:05 The Hotel: Kids Eat Free (PG) [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: New York! The World’s Smallest Opera House (PG) 6:00 Island Feast With Peter Kuruvita [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Mexican Fiesta With Peter Kuruvita: Chilli and Chocolate [s] 8:00 Gourmet Farmer: Fish PG) 8:30 Exploring China 9:35 Life Of Crime 10:35 SBS World News Late [s] 11:05 UEFA Champions League Highlights 11:35 Prophets Of Science Fiction: George Lucas (PG) 12:35 Putin, Russia And The West (M a) (’06) 1:40 Action/Adventure Movie: “Tornado” (M a) (’06) (In German)

9:00 Home And Away 9:30 Shortland GO! 7TWO St (PG) 10:00 Coronation St (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 Extra 12:30 Suburgatory 1:00 Two And A Half Men (PG) 2:00 Survivor: Cagayan (PG) 3:00 Extra 3:30 Adventure Time 4:05 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Regular Show (PG) 5:30 To Be Announced 6:30 Two And A Half Men (PG) 7:00 Auction Hunters (PG) 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:00 Suburgatory (PG) 8:30 Survivor: Cagayan (PG) 9:30 Movie: “The Social Network” (M l) (’10) Stars: Andrew Garfield 12:00 Suburgatory (PG) 12:30 MAD (M) 1:00 Survivor: Cagayan (PG) 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra

ONE

7:00 Golf Getaway 7:30 The Pits 8:00 Golf Getaway 8:30 2014 Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 11:00 Omnisport 11:30 MasterChef Australia 2:00 Undercover Boss (PG) 3:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 4:00 Get Smart 4:30 COPS (PG l) 5:00 Hook, Line & Sisters (PG) 5:30 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 COPS (PG l) 7:30 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 8:30 Fast Forward (M) 9:30 Ross Noble’s Australian Trip (M s,l) 10:30 The Sketch Show (PG l) 11:00 Blokesworld 11:30 The Project 12:30 Hounds (MA15+ s,a) 1:00 Wild Racers 1:30 Flip Men

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:25 Timmy Time 5:45 The Hive 6:00 The Pajanimals 6:15 Florrie’s Dragons 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks And Specks (PG) 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:15 The Roast 8:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 9:00 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (PG) 9:30 Comedy Up Late 10:00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man 10:50 The Gruen Transfer (M s) 11:30 Portlandia 11:55 Good Game 12:25 The Tonight Show (PG) 1:10 Beauty & the Beast (PG) 1:55 Craft Corner Deathmatch 2:15 ABC News Update

SBS 2

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 4:05 Globe Trekker 4:35 Departures - Brazil (PG) 5:30 Bang Goes The Theory 6:00 Ninja Warrior (PG) 6:30 Mythbusters - Crash Cushion 7:30 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock (PG) 8:30 Vikings - Treachery (MA15+ v) 9:20 What Happens in Kavos (MA15+ s) 10:15 The Feed 10:45 South Park - Poor and Stupid (MA15+ l) 11:10 The Tales Of Nights - Pink Lady (MA15+ s) 12:15 Aqua Teen Hunger Force (M s,a,v,d) 12:30 MXC (M s) 12:55 Drama Movie: “Shadows Of Time” (M a,l) (’04) (From Germany, in Bengali) 2:50 NHK World English News

GEM

ABC 24

THURSDAY APRIL 10

Prime

10:30 Steve Irwin: The Crocodile Hunter Diaries 11:00 Route 66 (PG) 12:00 Naked City (PG) 1:00 Cadfael (PG v) Stars: Hugh Bonneville 3:00 Rosemary & Thyme (PG v) 4:00 Dr Oz (PG) 5:00 Shortland Street 5:30 Coronation St 6:00 Bargain Hunt 7:00 Seven News 7:30 Special: Cirque Du Soleil 8:30 Movie: “Double Jeopardy” (M s,l,v) (’99) Stars: Ashley Judd 10:45 World’s Deadliest Roads (PG) 11:50 The Bill (M) 1:00 Harry’s Practice 1:30 Route 66 (PG) 2:30 Naked City (PG)

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings - Summer (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 News Now [s] 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News *Live* [s] 7:30 To Be Announced 8:40 The AFL Footy Show *Live (M) 10:40 The NRL Footy Show (M) 12:30 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:30 A Current Affair [s] 2:00 The Middle: One Kid at a Time (PG) – Frankie and Mike spend an entire day with each kid over a three-day weekend 2:30 Extra [s] 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News

SBS

7MATE

8:00 Shake It Up 8:30 Handy Manny 9:00 NBC Today 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 TJ Hooker (M) 2:00 Megastructures Breakdown 3:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG v) 4:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 5:00 Mythbusters (PG) 6:00 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 Swamp People (PG) 8:30 Tattoo Nightmares (M) 9:30 Outback Truckers (M) 10:30 America’s Hardest Prisons: Fort Dodge - Young Men Behind Bars (M a) 11:30 SportsFan Clubhouse (PG) 12:30 Zoom TV (PG) 1:30 The Chaser’s War On Everything (M l,a) 2:00 Pimp My Ride 3:00 Motor Mate 5:30 Home Shopping

7:00 TV Shop 8:00 RPA (PG mp) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Partners (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Movie: “Beautiful Stranger” (PG) (’54) Stars: Ginger Rogers 3:00 Partners (PG) 3:30 RBT (PG) 4:00 Rapid Response (PG) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 A Current Affair 8:00 RBT (PG) 8:30 Air Crash Confidential (M) 9:30 Domestic Blitz (PG) 10:30 Selling Houses Abroad (PG) 11:30 Hot Property 12:00 Sea Patrol (PG) 12:30 Friends 1:00 Gideon’s Way 2:00 TV Shop

9:30 Wurrawhy 10:00 7th Heaven (PG) 11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Sabrina The Teenage Witch 3:00 Becker 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG l) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 8:00 The Simpsons (PG) 8:30 Rules Of Engagement (PG s) 9:00 Don’t Trust The B—— (M s) 9:30 Movie: “Mean Girls” (M a) (’04) 11:30 Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET 1:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 1:30 Happy Days

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Dani’s House 11:05 Horrible Histories 11:35 Operation Ouch! 12:05 BTN Extra 12:20 Splatalot 12:45 CJ The DJ 1:00 Big Babies 1:30 SheZow 1:40 Almost Naked Animals 2:10 Rated A For Awesome 2:25 Numb Chucks 3:00 Blue Water High 3:30 Prank Patrol 4:05 Dennis The Menace And Gnasher 4:45 YooHoo & Friends 5:10 Detentionaire 5:35 M I High 6:05 Dragons: Riders Of Berk 6:30 Grojband: Pop Goes The Bubble 7:00 Horrible Histories 7:30 Deadly 60 8:05 Prank Patrol 8:35 WAC: World Animal Championships

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Consumer Quarter 7:00 ABC News 8:30 The Business – Presented by Ticky Fullerton 9:00 ABC News Update 9:02 The Drum 9:45 The Consumer Quarter 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 Grandstand 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 The Business

5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior” (PG v,a) (’06) Stars: Brenda Song 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase (PG) 4:00 Seven News at 4 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Better Homes And Gardens [s] 7:30 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 4: Richmond v Collingwood 11:00 Program To Be Advised 12:00 Desperate Housewives: Is This What You Call Love? (M) [s] – Susan is in for a shock when daughter Julie pays a visit and shows up six months pregnant. 1:00 Home Shopping

WIN

5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 News Now [s] 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News *Live [s] 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 Movie: “In Good Company” (PG a,l,s) (’04) Stars: Dennis Quaid & Scarlett Johansson 10:45 The Mentalist: Red in Tooth and Claw (M v) 11:40 Extra [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Late Movie: “Bad Boys” (MA15+ v,a,l) (’91) Stars: Sean Penn, Ally Sheedy & Esai Morales 3:30 Impractical Jokers: Boardwalk of Shame (M l) 4:00 Extra [s] 4:30 Good Morning America

TEN

5:30 TEN News Early [s] 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10 You (PG) [s] 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG l,a) 1:00 The Doctors (PG) 2:00 So You Think You Can Dance Australia 3:30 ET (PG) 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project Encore [s] 7:30 The Living Room [s] 8:30 Hawaii Five-O: Hau’oli LA Ho’omaika’i [s] 9:30 NCIS: Two-Faced (M v) [s] 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s]11:00 Secrets & Lies Encore: Secrets And Lies: The Track 6 (M v,l,a) 12:00 Late Show With David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercial 2:00 Home Shopping

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 The Wonder Years 11:00 Big Ideas (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News With Ros Childs [s] 1:00 Janet King (M a,l,v) [s] 2:00 At The Movies (PG) 2:30 As Time Goes By [s] 3:00 Wild At Heart (PG) [s] 4:00 Kingdom (PG) 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 6:00 Grand Designs: River Thames [s] 6:50 What’s Your Story?: Night Patrol In Dear Old Darwin Town [s] 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7:30 [s] 8:00 QI: House And Home (PG) [s] 8:30 The Doctor Blake Mysteries (M v) [s] 9:30 Case Sensitive: The Point Of Rescue (M a,l,v) [s] 10:20 Lateline [s] 11:00 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (PG) [s] 11:30 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Living Black [s] 1:35 Inspector Rex: The MillionDollar Horse (PG) 2:30 NITV News Week In Review [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Maori Wakeup Call 6:00 Madhur Jaffrey’s Curry Nation [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 The Great British Countryside [s] 8:35 The Dark Ages: An Age Of Light The Clash of the Gods (PG) [s] 9:35 Is It Happened: The Real Inglorious Bastards (M v,a) 10:35 SBS World News Late [s] 11:05 The Feed 11:35 Drama Movie: “We 3” (M d,l,s) (’11) (In Portuguese) 1:05 Kurt Wallander: The Leak (M l,v) (’09) 2:45 Animation Movie: “Vexille” (M a,v) (’07) (In Japanese)

9:00 Home & Away 9:30 Shortland St GO! 7TWO (PG d) 10:00 Coronation St (PG) 10:30

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Power Rangers Samurai (PG) 11:30 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal 12:00 Extra 12:30 The Bachelorette (PG) 2:30 Two And A Half Men (PG) 3:00 Nitro Circus 3:30 Adventure Time (PG) 4:05 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Regular Show (PG) 5:30 Regular Show 6:00 Movie: “Big Top Scooby Doo Scoop-Doo” (PG) (’13) 7:30 Movie: “Big Momma’s House” (PG l,s,n) (’00) 9:30 Movie: “Meet The Spartans” (M s,l,v) (’08) Stars: Kevin Sorbo 11:30 Beware The Batman (M) 12:00 Regular Show 2:00 TMZ Live 3:30 Extra

6:00 Rugby Classic Matches 8:00 NASCAR 10:00 Australian Rally Championship 11:00 Omnisport 11:30 MasterChef Australia 2:00 Python Hunters (PG) 3:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 4:00 Get Smart 4:30 COPS (PG l) 5:00 Hook, Line & Sisters (PG) 5:30 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 COPS (PG l) 7:30 Basketball: NBL 10:00 Movie: “Give ‘em Hell Malone” (M) (’09) 12:00 The League (MA15+ s) 12:30 The Project Encore 1:30 Bellator MMA (M) 3:30 Fight Master MMA (M v) 4:00 Reel Rock (PG) 4:30 Omnisport

ABC2 6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:25 Timmy Time 5:45 The Hive 6:00 The Pajanimals 6:15 Florrie’s Dragons: Bath Time 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks 7:30 The Tonight Show 8:15 The Roast (PG) 8:30 I’m Having Their Baby: Sonya / Kayla (PG) 9:15 First Date, Worst Date (PG) 9:30 Comedy Up Late 10:00 Set List: Rufus Hound (M l,s) 10:25 The Gruen Transfer (PG) 10:55 The Roast (PG) 11:10 Jimi Hendrix: Live In Woodstock 12:05 Spaced (M l) 12:35 The Tonight Show 1:20 Haven: Ball And Chain (PG) 2:00 ABC News Update

Worldwatch News (All day) SBS 2 5:00 4:05 Globe Trekker - London 4:40 Departures - Brazil (PG) 5:35 Bang Goes The Theory 6:05 UEFA Europa League Highlights 7:00 ALeague: Round 27: Newcastle Jets V Adelaide FC 10:05 The Sunny Side Of Sex - Cuba (MA15+ s) 10:55 Stand Up @ Bella Union: Joel Creasy (M l,s) 11:25 The Walking Dead: Cherokee Rose (MA15+ v,h) – Shane makes a deadly sacrifice 12:20 South Park: The F Word (M a) 12:50 The Midnight Beast - Someone Called Sam (M d,s,l) 1:20 SBS PopAsia (PG) 3:20 NHK World English News

GEM

10:00 7th Heaven (PG) 11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Sabrina The Teenage Witch 3:00 Becker 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG l) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 Glee (M) 8:30 American Idol (PG) 11:00 Sex And The City (MA15+ s) 11:30 The Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET 1:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 1:30 Happy Days (PG) 2:00 7th Heaven (PG) 3:00 Charmed

6:00 Children’sPrograms 10:40 Dani’s House 11:05 Horrible Histories 11:35 Operation Ouch! 12:05 BTN Extra 12:20 Splatalot 12:45 CJ The DJ 1:00 Big Babies 1:30 SheZow 1:40 Almost Naked Animals 2:10 Rated A For Awesome 2:25 Numb Chucks 3:00 Blue Water High 3:30 Prank Patrol 4:05 Dennis The Menace And Gnasher 4:30 Jibber Jabber 4:45 YooHoo & Friends 5:10 Detentionaire 5:35 M I High 6:05 Dragons Riders Of Berk 6:30 Grojband: The Bandidate 7:00 Horrible Histories 7:30 Bushwhacked! 8:05 Prank Patrol 8:35 Good Game SP

ABC 24

FRIDAY APRIL 11

PRIME

Steve Irwin: The Crocodile Hunter Diaries 11:00 Route 66 (PG) 12:00 Naked City (PG) 1:00 Cadfael (PG v) Stars: Hugh Bonneville 3:00 Rosemary & Thyme (PG v) 4:00 Dr Oz (PG) 5:00 Shortland Street 5:30 Coronation St 6:00 Bargain Hunt 7:00 Seven News 7:30 Better Homes And Gardens 8:30 Escape To The Country 9:30 Secret Location (PG) 10:30 Cowboy Builders (PG) 11:30 Downsize Me (PG) 12:30 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries (PG) 1:00 Harry’s Practice 1:30 Naked City (PG)

6:00 The Masters 2014 *Live* 9:30 NBC Today 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 TJ Hooker (PG v) 2:00 Megastructures Breakdown: New York Scrapyard (PG) 3:00 The Masters 2014 *Live* 5:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 6:00 Seinfeld (PG) 7:00 2014 AFL Premiership Season: AFL Game Show 7:30 Movie: “Hop” (G) (’11) 9:30 Movie: “I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry” (M s,l) (’07) Stars: Adam Sandler 12:00 1000 Ways To Die: Cure For The Common Death (MA15+ v,s,a) 1:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 2:00 Is It Real? (PG a) 3:00 Megastructures Breakdown (PG) 4:00 Motor Mate

7MATE

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

8:00 Selling Houses Abroad 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Partners (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Movie: “Now And Forever” (PG) (’56) Stars: Jack Warner 3:00 Partners (PG) 3:30 Planet Earth 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Friday Night Football: Penrith Panthers v South Sydney Rabbitohs 9:30 Friday Night Football: Gold Coast Titans v Brisbane Broncos 11:30 Movie: “Out For Justice” (MA15+v,l,d) (91) 1:30 Movie: “Don’t Look Now” (M s,v) (’73) 3:35 Antiques Roadshow

11

ONE

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ABC3

ABC3

SBS 2

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:00 ABC News 3:00 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 The Drum 6:45 News Exchange 7:00 ABC News 8:30 One Plus One 9:00 ABC News Update 9:02 The Drum 9:45 News Exchange 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 The World This Week 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 7:30 3:00 BBC Impact Live 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 The Business

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Tv guide 6:00 Home Shopping [s] 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) 12:00 Dr Oz (PG) 1:00 Please Marry My Boy(PG) 2:00 Program To Be Advised 3:00 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 4: Carlton V Melbourne – From Etihad Stadium. 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 4: Gold Coast v Hawthorn 11:00 Strike Back (MA15+v,s,l) – In order to force the delivery of weapons to war-torn Darfur, terrorists abduct Clare, a refugee -clinic doctor whose father is Latif’s chief armourer, British arms’ dealer Gerald Crawford. 1:00 Desperate Housewives: Get Out Of My Life (M) 2:00 Home Shopping

WIN

6:00 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Mornings - Saturday (PG) 12:00 The Middle (PG) 12:30 The Ten Tenors: Live From The Bangkok Arts Festival 1:30 The Block: Fans V Faves: The Final Judgment (PG) 2:50 The Block: Fans V Faves: Open For Inspections (PG) 4:00 The Bottom Line: Helen Clark (PG) 4:30 The Wild Life Of Tim Faulkner [s] 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) 6:00 National News - Saturday [s] 7:00 Movie: “Marley & Me” (PG l,s,a) (’08) Stars: Jennifer Aniston 9:20 Movie: “How Do You Know” (M l,s) (’10) Stars: Reese Witherspoon 11:50 Saturday Night Movie: “Appaloosa” (M v,l) (’08) Stars: Ed Harris 2:10 Impractical Jokers (M s) 2:35 The Avengers (PG)

TEN

6:00 Original Art [s] 7:00 Retreat Of The Ice Birds [s] 8:00 Huey’s Kitchen On Tour [s] 8:30 Studio 10 Saturday (PG) [s] 10:00 Studio 10 You (PG) [s] 11:00 The Doctors (PG s) 12:00 The Living Room Encore [s] 1:00 It’s A Lifestyle TV [s] 1:30 A Taste of Travel [s] 2:00 Escape With ET [s] 3:00 Bondi Vet Encore (PG) [s] 4:00 What’s Up Downunder? 4:30 Places We Go With Jennifer Adams 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News 6:00 The Simpsons (PG v,s,d) 6:30 Attenborough And The Giant Egg [s] 7:30 Bondi Vet (PG) [s] 8:30 Melbourne International Comedy Supershow: Opening Night Supershow (M) 10:30 Movie: “Up In The Air” (M s,l,n) (’09) Stars: George Clooney 1:00 Infomercial

ABC

6:00 rage (G) 10:30 rage: Guest Programmer (PG) 11:30 The Checkout (PG) [s] 12:00 Australian Story [s] 12:30 QI: House And Home (PG) 1:00 Football: VFL: Round 2: Essendon V North Ballarat 4:00 The Next Big Thing [s] 5:10 River Cottage Veg Every Day: Veg Every Day: Summer Pleasures (PG) [s] 6:00 Saturday Landline [s] 6:30 Gardening Australia [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Death In Paradise (PG) [s] 8:30 The Gods Of Wheat Street: The Obligation (PG) [s] 9:30 Last Tango In Halifax (PG) [s] 10:30 Good Cop (MA15+v) [s] 11:30 rage: Guest Programmer (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,a,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Mahler 9: Lucerne Festival Orchestra 2:40 The Chopin Etudes 2:50 Piano Notes: Johann Sebastian Bach 3:00 Mel Brooks: Make A Noise 4:00 Contact: Peter Marlow: Margaret Thatcher (PG) 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 A History of Celtic Britain: Age of Iron 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 My Wild Affair: The Ape Who Went to College (PG a) [s] 8:30 Robson Green: How The North Was Built [s] 9:30 Comedy Movie: “Sunshine Cleaning” (M a,s,l) (’08) (From the US) 11:15 Thriller Movie: “25 Carat” (MA15+s,v) (’09) (In Spanish) 12:50 Pornography: The Musical (MA15+ s,n,a) 1:50 Comedy Movie: “My Best Friend” (M l) (’06) (In French) 3:35 Harbour Of Hope (M a) [s]

Phineas & 7TWO 9:30 Shopping 11:00

Ferb 10:00 Home Coxy’s Big Break 11:30 Destination WA 12:00 Horse Racing 2014 Golden Slipper – The Championships Day 1 5:30 Best Gardens Australia 6:00 Neighbours At War (PG a) 6:30 Once Upon A Time: New York City (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Forces Of Nature” (M l,d) (’99) Stars: Maura Tierney & Sandra Bullock 10:40 The Border: Under Siege (PG) 11:40 The First World War (M) 12:40 The World Around Us 1:30 Movie: “The Falcon In Danger” (PG v) (’43) Stars: Tom Conway & Jean Brooks 3:00 Movie: “The Falcon And The Co-Eds” (PG v.a)

GO!

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:30 Ben 10 (PG) 11:00 Flea Bitten 11:30 Pyramid 12:00 Kitchen Whiz 12:30 Power Rangers (PG v) 1:00 Winx Club (PG) 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Top Gear USA (PG l) 3:00 Oh Sit! (PG) 4:00 Extra 4:30 Adventure Time (PG) 5:00 Dennis The Menace 6:30 Movie: “The Neverending Story” (G) (’84) Stars: Noah Hathaway 8:30 Movie: “Bewitched” (PG s,l,a) (’05) Stars: Shirley Maclaine 10:40 Movie: “Beetlejuice” (M h,l) (’88) 12:40 Top Gear USA (PG) 1:30 Nikita (MA15+ v) 2:30 Fringe (M) 3:30 Cult (MA15+ v,a) 4:30 Green Lantern: The Animated Series

ONE

6:00 Sport Science 7:00 NASCAR 1:00 World Series Sprintcars 2:00 Pat Callinan’s 4x4 Adventures 3:00 Omnisport 3:30 Car Torque 4:00 Megacities 5:00 Wild Racers 5:30 Reel Rock (PG) 6:00 Monster Jam 7:00 Trick My Truck 7:30 Frontiers Of Construction 8:30 Law & Order: SVU (M a) 9:30 Bellator MMA (M v) 11:30 Blokesworld (M) 12:00 48 Hours (M) 1:00 Ross Kemp On Gangs (MA15+ a) 2:00 World’s Toughest Trucker (PG) 3:00 Trick My Truck 3:30 Omnisport 4:00 NASCAR Nationwide Series Highlights 5:00 NASCAR Sprint Cup Highlights

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs 3:35 Shaun The Sheep 3:45 Mouk 4:00 Mister Maker Comes To Town 4:30 Iconicles 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:15 Peppa Pig 5:25 Timmy Time 5:35 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 5:45 The Hive 6:00 The Pajanimals 6:15 Florrie’s Dragons 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks: Casey Bennetto 7:30 The Restaurant: The Pitch 8:30 Kicked Out Kids (M l) 9:30 Comedy Up Late 10:00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man 10:45 Comedy Up Late Boxset (M l) 11:10 Noel Fielding’s Luxury Comedy - Boxset (M l) 1:40 ABC News Update

SBS 2

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 1:00 A-League 3:00 38th Marathon de Paris 3:55 The World of Jenks: Freedoms Flight (PG) 4:20 Monster Moves 5:15 Charley Boorman’s Extreme Frontiers 6:10 The Feed 6:40 Planet Sport: Ethiopia (PG) 7:40 American Ninja Warrior (PG) 8:30 RocKwiz (M 1) 9:30 Bullet In The Face (MA15+ v,s) 10:25 Real Humans (M n,v,s) 11:35 Benidorm Bastards (PG) 12:00 Shorts On Screen 12:35 Russell Howard’s Good News (M a,s,l) 1:05 Comedy Movie: “Masquerades” (PG) (’08) (From Algeria, in Arabic) 3:00 CCTV English News

6:00 The Masters 2014 *Live* 9:30 App Central (PG) 10:00 Zoom TV (PG) 10:30 Dream Car Garage (PG) 11:00 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction (PG) 12:00 V8 Xtra 12:30 Motorsport: Dunlop Series 1:30 Dream Car Garage 2:00 Marine Machines 3:00 The Masters 2014 5:00 Xtreme 4x4 5:30 Muscle Car (PG) 6:00 Horsepower TV 6:30 Movie: “The Amazing Spider-Man” (PG v,h) (’12) 9:30 Movie: “Deja Vu” (M v) (’06) 11:15 1000 Ways To Die (MA15+v,s,a) 12:15 Disorderly Conduct Caught On Tape (M) 1:15 Is It Real 2:30 Muscle Car 3:00 Style in Steel 4:00 Robo Cars

GEM

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6:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 7:00 The Elephant Princess 7:30 Vic The Viking 8:00 Totally Wild 8:30 Me & My Monsters 9:05 The Loop (PG v,l,d,s) 11:35 Happy Days 12:00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG) 2:00 Sabrina The Teenage Witch (PG) 3:00 Becker 3:30 Cheers 4:00 King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley 5:00 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG s,a) 6:00 Have You Been Paying Attention? 6:30 Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model (PG) 7:30 So You Think You Can Dance Australia 9:00 Star Trek (PG) 11:00 The Loop (PG v,l,d,s) 1:30 Happy Days 2:00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG)

ABC3

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:10 Rated A For Awesome 10:30 Chop Socky Chooks 10:55 The Twisted Whiskers Show 11:20 The Super Hero Squad Show 11:45 Star Wars: The Clone Wars 1:35 Peleda 2:20 Tracey McBean 2:35 a gURLs wURLd 3:00 The Sleepover Club 3:30 Grojband 4:00 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho 4:15 Kid Vs Kat 4:40 Camp Lakebottom 5:00 Strange Hill High 5:25 Horrible Histories 5:55 You’re Skitting Me 6:20 Wolfblood: Occam’s Razor 6:50 Stoked 7:15 Detentionaire 7:40 Deltora Quest 8:30 Astro Boy 8:50 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho

ABC 24

8:00 Weekend Breakfast 11:30 State To State 12:00 ABC News 12:30 Big Ideas 1:02 National Press Club Address 2:00 ABC News 2:30 The World This Week 3:00 ABC News 3:32 Landline 4:00 ABC News 4:30 Australian Story 5:00 ABC News 5:32 One Plus One 6:00 ABC News 6:30 Foreign Correspondent 7:00 ABC News 7:32 State To State 8:02 Four Corners 8:45 The Food Quarter 9:00 ABC News 9:30 The World This Week 10:00 ABC News 10:32 Landline 11:02 Q&A 12:02 Big Ideas 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC World News 2:30 7:30

Home Shopping 7:00 WeekPRIME\7 6:00 end Sunrise [s] 10:00 AFL Game WIN

TEN

6:00 Religion 7:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 8:30 Studio 10: Sunday [s] 10:00 The Bolt Report [s] 11:00 The Talk 12:00 Australian Athletics Tour 2014: National Title 1:00 Basketball: NBL Championship 2013/14: Grand Final: Game 2 3:00 I Fish [s] 3:30 Car Torque [s] 4:00 The Bolt Report Encore [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Have You Been Paying Attention? (PG) 6:30 The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia: Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia - Grand Finale (PG) 8:30 Elementary: All In The Family (M v) [s] 9:30 The Graham Norton Show: Show 17 (M) 10:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (PG) 11:00 2014 Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala: Opening Night Supershow 3:30 Religious Programs (PG)

6:00 rage (PG) 8:00 Weekend Breakfast [s] 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Offsiders [s] 10:30 The World This Week [s] 11:00 7.30 NSW [s]11:30 Songs of Praise [s] 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Gardening Australia [s] 1:30 Compass: My Island Church [s] 2:00 Death In Paradise (PG) [s] 3:00 Da Vinci: The Lost Treasure [s] 4:00 Big Ideas Arts 5:00 Midsomer Murders (PG) 6:30 Compass [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Restoration Home [s] 8:30 Jack Irish: Dead Point [s] (M a,l,s,v) 10:00 Wallander: The Fifth Woman (M v) 11:30 Movie: “In The Heat Of The Night” (M a,v) (’67) Stars: Sidney Poitier 1:15 Movie: “Here Comes Mr Jordan” (PG) (’40) Stars: Robert Montgomery 2:50 Restoration Home [s] 4:00 The New Inventors [s]

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 1:30 Wainwright Walks [s] 2:00 Speedweek [s] 4:00 Subaru National Road Series 4:30 UEFA Champions League Magazine 5:00 Subaru World of Cycling [s] 5:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Nigella Lawson (PG) [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Lost Worlds: Scotland: Rome’s Final Frontier (PG) [s] 8:30 Tales Of The Unexpected: Secrets Of The Hand (PG a) [s] 9:30 Paris-Roubaix 2014 – Live coverage of the 112th edition of ParisRoubaix. 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia [s] 1:30 Movie: “The Price To Pay” (M s) (’07) (In French) 3:10 Drama Movie: “December Heat” (M v,l) (’08) (in Estonian and Russian) 4:50 Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong

8:30 Home Shopping 9:30 Harry’s GO! 7TWO Practice 10:00 The Hungry Sailors

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:30 Max Steel (PG v) 12:00 Digimon Fusion 12:30 Power Rangers 1:00 Winx Club 1:30 Tv Shop 2:00 Top Gear USA (PG) 3:00 Survivor: Cagayan (PG) 4:00 Nitro Circus 4:30 Movie: “Scooby Doo! Camp Scare” (PG v) 6:30 Toy Hunter 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:00 The Middle (PG) 8:30 MOM: Pilot (M s) 9:00 MOM: A Pee Stick And An Asian Raccoon (M s) 9:30 Movie: “Observe And Report” (MA15+ n,l,s,d,v) (’09) 11:30 MOM: Pilot (M s)) 12:00 MOM (M s) 12:30 Survivor: Cagayan (PG) 1:30 Nikita (MA15+ v) 2:30 Fringe (M v) 3:30 Cult (MA15+ v,a) 4:30 Green Lantern (PG) 4:50 Winx Club

ONE

6:00 Rugby Classic Matches: 2009: Ireland V Australia 8:00 NASCAR Sprint Cup 12:30 Escape With ET 1:30 Omnisport 2:00 Sport Science 3:00 Alby Mangels Adventure Bound 4:00 Adventure Angler TV 4:30 Golf Getaway 5:00 What’s Up Down Under 5:30 Temporary Australians 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Reel Rock (PG) 7:00 Million Dollar Catch (PG) 7:30 Hardliners (PG) 8:00 Extreme Fishing 9:00 COPS: Adults Only (M v) 9:30 Movie: “The Hunt For Red October” (M) (’90) 12:15 48 Hours (M d) 1:15 Fight Master MMA (M v) 2:15 Ross Kemp On Gangs (MA15+ a) 3:15 Alby Mangels

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Mister Maker 4:30 Iconicles 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:15 Peppa Pig 5:35 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:00 The Pajanimals 6:15 Florrie’s Dragons 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks 7:30 Penn And Teller: Fool Us 8:15 Good Game: Pocket Edition 8:30 The Kids With No Memory (PG) 9:30 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends (M l) 10:20 Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (M a,l,s) 10:15 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends (M l) 12:10 Inheritance (M a,v) 1:05 Gareth Malone Goes to Glyndebourne (PG) 2:05 ABC News Update

SBS 2

5:20 Worldwatch News 12:00 ANZ Netball Championship 2014 2:00 Foodie Planet (PG) 3:00 The Grape Escape 3:30 Delicious Iceland 4:00 SBS PopAsia (PG) 6:00 Vs. Arashi 7:00 Parks & Recreation (PG) 7:30 If You Are The One 8:30 South Park (M l,a,s) 8:55 Stand Up @ Bella Union (M s,l) 9:25 South Park: Dead Celebrities (M a,s) 9:55 Him & Her (M s,l) 10:25 Orphan Black: Natural Selection (M s,a,v,d) / Variation Under Nature (M s,a) / Effects Of External Conditions (M a,v) / Conditions Of Existence (M s,v) 2:40 CCTV English News

GEM

8:30 Victorious 9:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 10:00 7th Heaven 11:00 Get Ace 11:30 Frasier (PG) 12:00 Charmed (PG) 1:00 Star Trek: Next Generation 2:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 2:30 Neighbours 5:00 Sabrina (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG s,a) 6:30 The Everybody Loves Raymond 7:30 King Of The Nerds (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Balls Out: The Gary Houseman Story” (PG) (’09) Stars: Randy Quaid 10:30 1600 Penn (PG) 11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 12:00 Frasier (PG) 12:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 1:00 King Of The Nerds (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 8:50 Prank Patrol 9:15 Dani’s Castle 9:45 Life With Boys 10:10 Naturally Sadie 10:30 The Wannabes 10:55 Girls In Love 11:20 What’s Up Warthogs 1:15 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho 1:35 SheZow 2:00 Sally Bollywood 2:15 Don’t Blame The Koalas 2:40 Ocean Girl 3:10 Mortified 3:35 Bushwhacked! 4:05 The Little Prince 4:50 Shaun The Sheep 5:20 Officially Amazing 5:50 Wacky World Beaters 6:20 Spectacular Spider-Man 6:45 Iron Man 7:05 The Avengers 8:00 Wolverine & The XMen 8:45 Casa De Evil 8:50 SheZow

ABC 24

SATURDAY APRIL 12

PRIME

7MATE

SUNDAY APRIL 13

Day (PG) 11:30 Guys With Kids: The Standoff (PG) 12:00 Family Tools (PG) 12:30 Easter Special: The Road To The Show - Part 11:30 Footy Flashbacks: 1997 Grand Final: St Kilda V Adelaide 3:00 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 4: St Kilda V Adelaide 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Program To Be Advised 7:30 Sunday Night [s] 8:30 Downton Abbey (M) [s] – Rosamund hatches a plan to help Edith out of her predicament, but will Violet see straight through it? 10:00 Castle: The Final Nail (M) [s] 11:00 Royal Pains: Who’s Your Daddy? (M) 12:00 Dr Oz (PG) 1:00 Home Shopping

(PG) 11:00 The Hook & The Cook (PG) 11:30 The Kitchen Job (PG l) 12:30 New Zealand On A Plate 1:00 On The Grill 1:30 Lyndey Milan’s Taste Of Australia 2:00 Movie: “Doctor In Distress” (PG) 4:10 Home and Away (PG) 6:30 Seconds From Disaster (PG) 7:30 Motorway Patrol (PG) 8:00 Wild Vets 8:30 Escape To The Country 10:30 Homes Under The Hammer 11:45 World’s Toughest Fixes (PG) 12:50 Movie: “The Falcon Takes Over” (PG v) (’42) 2:30 Movie: “Parachute Battalion” (PG v) (’41)

9:30 Turbine Cowboys 10:00 Big Australia 11:00 Just Shoot Me! (PG) 12:00 Marine Machines 1:00 Kings of Construction (PG) 2:00 Extreme Engineering (PG) 3:00 The Masters 2014 Round 3 5:00 Mythbusters (PG) 6:00 Seinfeld (PG) 7:00 Movie: “Thunderbirds” (PG v) (’04) 9:00 Movie: “Get Him To The Greek” (MA15+ s,d,l,n) (’10) Stars: Jonah Hill 11:15 Movie: “Paranormal Activity” (M a,l) (’07) Stars: Ashley Palmer 1:15 Kings of Construction (PG) 2:15 Extreme Engineering 3:30 Turbine Cowboys (PG) 4:00 The Masters 2014 Round 4

7MATE

6:10 Movie: “Now And Forever” (PG a) (’56) Stars: Jack Warner 8:00 TV Shop 9:30 Adventures In Rainbow Country 10:00 Movie: “The Mind Benders” (PG) (’63) 12:15 Duncan’s Thai Kitchen 12:45 Postcards 1:15 Movie: “Lady L” (PG v,s) (’65) 3:30 Movie: “Cheyenne Autumn” (PG v) (’64) Stars: Richard Widmark 6:30 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:30 Antiques Roadshow 8:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (M v) 9:30 Program To Be Advised 10:30 CSI: Miami: Stiff (M v) 11:30 The Closer (M) 12:20 Movie: “Cheyenne Autumn” (PG v) (’64) Stars: Sophia Loren

6:00 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Financial Review Sunday *Live 10:30 Wide World Of Sports 11:30 Sunday Footy Show 1:00 Surfsport - World Championship Tour 2:00 Animal Emergency [s] 2:30 Who Do You Think You Are? (PG) 3:30 The Block: Fans V Faves: The Grand Finale (PG) 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Postcards [s] 6:00 National News [s] 6:30 David Attenborough's Secrets Of Wild India: Elephant Kingdom 7:30 60 Minutes [s] 8:30 The Mentalist (M v) 10:30 Person Of Interest (M v) 11:30 Who Gets The Last Laugh? (M l) 12:00 Financial Review Sunday 12:30 What Would You Do? (M) 1:30 20/20 [s] 2:30 Spyforce (PG) 3:30 Danoz 4:00 Good Morning America [s]

6:00 TV Shop 6:40 Movie: “Beautiful Stranger” (PG) (’54) Stars: Ginger Rogers 8:30 TV Shop 10:00 The Avengers (PG) 11:00 Movie: “Angels One Five” (G) (’54) Stars: Jack Hawkins 1:00 The Garden Gurus 1:30 Getaway 2:00 Sunday Footy Show (NRL) 4:00 Sunday Football: Manly Sea Eagles v Cronulla Sharks 6:00 Friends (PG) 6:30 Movie: “Inside Job” (PG l,a) (’10) Stars: Matt Damon 8:45 Movie: “The Ides Of March” (M l,a,s) (’11) Stars: George Clooney 10:45 The Closer (M) 11:45 Movie: “Private Benjamin” (M s) (’80) 2:00 Getaway 2:30 TV Shop

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SBS

8:00 Weekend Breakfast 9:02 Insiders 10:00 Weekend Breakfast 11:30 The World This Week 12:00 ABC News 12:30 Inside Edge 1:00 ABC News 1:30 Big Ideas 2:00 ABC News 2:30 Offsiders 3:00 ABC News 3:30 State To State 4:00 ABC News 4:30 Landline 5:00 ABC News 5:32 At The Movies 6:00 ABC News 6:30 Australian Story 7:00 ABC News 7:32 The World This Week 8:02 Insiders 9:00 ABC News 9:30 One Plus One 10:00 ABC News 10:32 Foreign Correspondent 11:02 Landline 12:02 Big Ideas 12:30 #TalkAboutIt 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC News

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5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 SunPRIME rise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Remember Sunday” (PG a) (’13) Stars: Alexis Bledel 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:30 Revenge: Hatred (M a) [s] – With tension between Emily and Daniel at an all time high, Emily makes it clear she is not giving up. 9:30 How I Met Your Mother (PG) [s] 10:30 Talking Footy (PG) [s] 11:30 Parks And Recreation: Emergency Response / Leslie And Ben / Correspondents’ Lunch (PG) 1:00 Home Shopping

TEN

5:30 TEN Eyewitness News Early [s] 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10 You (PG) [s] 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG l,d) 1:00 The Doctors (M a) 2:00 Bondi Rescue Encore (PG a) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET (PG) 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Modern Family (PG s) 8:00 Bondi Rescue (PG a) 8:30 Law & Order: SVU: Home Invasions (M v,a) 9:30 Blue Bloods: Lost And Found (M v) 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s] 11:00 Touch: Ghosts (M v) [s] 12:00 Late Show With David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercial 2:00 Home Shopping

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 The Wonder Years (PG) [s] 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 ABC News With Ros Childs [s] 1:00 Landline [s] 2:00 Poh’s Kitchen [s] 2:30 As Time Goes By [s] 3:00 Wild At Heart (PG) [s] 4:00 Kingdom (PG) 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Grand Designs (PG) [s] 6:55 Audrey’s Kitchen [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Australian Story [s] 8:30 Four Corners [s] 9:20 Media Watch [s] 9:35 Q&A (M a,l) [s] 10:35 Lateline [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:35 Monroe (M l,a) [s] 12:25 Movie: “The Woman On The Beach” (PG) (’47) 1:35 Movie: “Son Of The Sheik” (PG) (’26) Stars: Rudolph Valentino 2:45 Movie: “The Phantom Of The Opera” (PG) (’25) [s] Stars: Lon Chaney

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Medieval Fightbook (PG) 2:00 Battle Castle: Malaga (PG) 2:50 Story Of Him [s] 3:00 France 24 International News 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial [s] 5:00 Living Black [s] 5:30 Global Village [s] 6:00 Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:35 Mythbusters (PG) 8:35 Vikings: Eye For An Eye (MA15+v) 9:30 RocKwiz (PG) 10:30 SBS World News Late [s] 11:00 The World Game [s] 11:30 FA Cup 2014 Semi Final 12:30 Cycling: Subaru National Road Series 1:00 Shorts On Screen (M a,l) 1:35 Drama Film: “Running On Empty” (MA a,s) (’10) (In Japanese) 3:10 Science Fiction Film: “Sleep Dealer” (M v) (’08) (In Spanish)

Shortland St (PG) 10:00 Corona7TWO 9:30 tion St (PG) 10:30 The Crocodile GO!

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Power Rangers 11:30 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal 12:00 Extra 12:30 The Bachelorette (PG) 2:30 Toy Hunter 3:00 Extra 3:30 Tenkai Knights (PG v) 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Regular Show (PG) 5:30 Adventure Time (PG) 6:00 Two And A Half Men (PG) 6:30 Toy Hunter 7:00 Auction Hunters 8:00 Top Gear (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Above The Law” (MA15+ v,l) (’88) Stars: Steven Seagal & Sharon Stone 11:30 Auction Hunters 12:00 Regular Show (PG) 12:30 Top Gear (PG) 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra 4:00 Power Rangers

ONE

6:00 MotoGP 2014 6:30 Omnisport 7:00 Sprintcars 8:00 2014 Australian Athletics Tour 9:00 Sport Science 10:00 Hardliners (PG) 10:30 Megacities 11:30 MasterChef Australia 2:00 Frontiers Of Construction 3:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 4:00 Alby Mangels (PG l) 5:00 Hook, Line & Sisters (PG) 5:30 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 World’s Toughest Trucker (PG) 8:00 Flip Men (PG) 8:30 Undercover Boss (PG) 9:30 Hell’s Kitchen (M l) 11:30 The Project Encore 12:30 Blokesworld (MA15+ s) 1:00 The Sketch Show (PG s) 1:30 Fight Master MMA (m v)

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:35 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:00 The Pajanimals 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:30 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends (M l,v) 9:20 Ross Kemp: Extreme World (MA15+a,l,d,s) 10:05 Portlandia (PG) 10:30 The Gruen Transfer (PG) 11:00 The Roast (PG) 11:15 The Kids With No Memory (PG) 12:00 The Tonight Show (PG) 12:45 How Not To Live Your Life (MA15+a) 1:15 Lewis Black’s ‘Root of All Evil’ (M s) 1:35 ABC News Update

SBS 2

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 4:05 Globe Trekker: London 4:35 Departures: Cuba (PG a) 5:30 Bang Goes The Theory 6:05 Ninja Warrior 6:35 Mythbusters: Car Chase Chaos (PG) 7:35 The Feed 8:05 30 Rock: Christmas Attack Zone (PG) 8:30 Life Support (M s,a) 9:00 Life Support (M s,a) 9:30 A-League Highlights Show 10:30 Orphan Black: Variations Under Domestication (M s,v) 11:20 Orphan Black (M s,a,v) 12:10 Orphan Black: Entangled Bank (M s,a,v) 1:00 Orphan Black: Endless Forms Most Beautiful (M v) 2:40 MXC (M s) 3:05 RT News in English

ABC 24

MONDAY APRIL 14

WIN

Hunter Diaries 11:00 Special: The Road To The Show - Part 1 12:00 Naked City (PG) 1:00 Cadfael (PG v) Stars: Peter Copley 3:00 Rosemary & Thyme (PG v) 4:00 Dr Oz (PG) 5:00 Shortland St (PG) 5:30 Coronation St 6:00 Bargain Hunt 7:00 Seven News 7:30 Crash Files: Inside the NTSB: Concorde 4590 8:30 Foyle’s War (M v) 10:40 Jonathan Creek (M a) 11:45 Great SAS Missions: Birth Of The SAS (PG) 12:20 Harry’s Practice 12:50 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries 1:20 Movie: “Five Came Back” (PG v,a) (’39) 3:00 Route 66

5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 Nine News Now [s] 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat – Who will survive the Hot Seat? Six contestants go head to head to win the cash. 6:00 WIN News *Live* [s] 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 Movie: “The Tourist” (M l,v) (’10) Stars: Angelina Jolie 10:40 Footy Classified (M) 11:40 Extra 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations: Macau (PG) 2:30 Extra [s] 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

SBS

6:00 The Masters 2014 Round 4 9:00 NBC Today 10:00 NBC Meet The Press 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 T. J Hooker (PG v) 2:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG) 3:00 The Masters 2014 Round 4 5:00 Pimp My Ride 5:30 Mythbusters (PG) 6:30 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 Talking Footy (PG) – All the latest AFL news. 8:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 9:30 American Restoration 10:30 Cash Cowboys (PG) 11:30 Sportsfan Clubhouse (PG) 12:30 Disorderly Conduct Caught On Tape (M) 1:30 Is It Real? (PG) 2:30 Extreme Jobs (M) 3:30 Pimp My Ride 4:00 Motor Mate (PG)

GEM

8:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Partners (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Movie: “Up The Front” (PG l,s) (’72) Stars: Zsa Zsa Gabo 2:50 Music Special: Pink 3:00 Duncan’s Thai Kitchen 3:30 My Strange Addiction (PG) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 A Current Affair 8:00 Rapid Response (PG) 8:30 Embarrassing Bodies: Doncaster/Vulva (M mp,n,l) 9:30 Obese USA (PG) 11:30 Friends (PG) 12:00 Footy Classified (M) 1:00 Dangerman (PG) 2:00 TV Shop

11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Sabrina The Teenage Witch (PG) 3:00 Becker (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG l) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 7:30 The Simpsons (PG) 8:00 Raising Hope (PG) 8:30 Sleepy Hollow (M v,sn) 9:30 Torchwood (M v,d) 10:30 The 4400 (M v) 11:30 The Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET 1:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 1:30 Happy Days (PG) 2:00 7th Heaven 3:00 Charmed (PG)

ABC3

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Dani’s House 11:05 Horrible Histories 11:35 Operation Ouch! 12:05 BTN Extra 12:20 Splatalot 12:45 CJ The DJ 1:00 Big Babies 1:30 SheZow 1:40 Almost Naked Animals 2:10 Rated A For Awesome 2:25 Numb Chucks 3:00 Blue Water High 3:30 Prank Patrol (PG) 4:05 Dennis The Menace 4:30 Jibber Jabber 4:45 YooHoo And Friends 5:10 Detentionaire 5:35 MI High 6:05 Dragons Riders Of Berk 6:30 Grojband 7:00 Horrible Histories 7:30 Deadly 60 8:05 Prank Patrol 8:35 My Place: 1908 Evelyn 9:00 Figaro Pho: Xerophobia

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 12:00 ABC News 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:00 ABC News 3:00 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Health Quarter 7:00 ABC News 8:30 The Business 9:00 ABC News 9:35 Q&A 10:30 The World - Presented by Jim Middleton 11:02 The Drum 11:45 The Health Quarter 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 Grandstand 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 The Business

PRIME

5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Kid Cop” (PG v) (’96) Stars: Alexandra Paul 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG v) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 9:30 Parenthood: Just Like At Home / The Enchanting (PG a) – Julia leans on the family for support during her struggles with Joel. Jasmine and Crosby move in with Zeek and Camille while their house is under repair.. 11:30 Smash: The Bells And Whistles (M) 12:30 Home Shopping

WIN

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 Nine News Now [s] 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News *Live [s] 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 2 Broke Girls (PG s) 9:30 Movie: “Yes Man” (M s,l) (’08) – Jim Carrey stars as Carl, a man who, as an antidote to unhappiness, resolves to say “yes” to everything that comes his way. Stars: Jim Carrey, Zooey Deschanel & Bradley Cooper 11:35 Extra 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 20/20 [s] 2:30 Extra [s] 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News

TEN

5:30 TEN Eyewitness News Early [s] 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10 You (PG) [s] 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) 1:00 The Doctors (PG a) 2:00 Bondi Vet Encore (PG a) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET (PG) 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Jamie’s Food Fight Club: Usain Bolt (PG) 8:30 NCIS: Monsters And Men (M v) [s] 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Fish Out Of Water (M) [s] 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s] 11:00 Under The Dome: Manhunt (M v,a) 12:00 Late Show With David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercial

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 The Wonder Years [s] 11:00 Four Corners [s] 11:45 Media Watch [s] 12:00 ABC News With Ros Childs [s] 1:00 Q&A [s] 2:00 Poh’s Kitchen [s] 2:30 As Time Goes By [s] 3:00 Wild At Heart (PG) [s] 4:00 Kingdom (PG) [s] 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 6:00 Grand Designs (PG) [s] 6:50 What’s Your Story? (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 8:30 Dead Drunk: Lights Out In The Cross? [s] 9:30 At The Movies (PG) [s] 10:00 The Writers’ Room (PG) 10:25 Lateline [s] 11:00 The Business [s] 11:30 Four Corners [s] 12:15 Media Watch (PG) [s] 12:30 Movie: “The Magnificent Ambersons” (G) (’42)

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Celtic Woman: The Emerald [s] 2:25 ADbc (PG) [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: The Loggers of British Columbia [s] 6:00 Food Safari: Greek [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Antiques Uncovered Entertainment [s] 8:30 Insight [s] 9:30 Dateline [s] 10:30 SBS World News Late [s] 11:05 The Killing (M n,l) – Sarah Lund and Ulrick Strange travel to Sweden to question and protect the only other surviving member of Jens Peter Raben’s former army squad. 12:10 Guilty Pleasures (M l) 1:45 Comedy Film: “The Mermaid” (MA15+ s) (’07) (In Russian) 3:50 How To Start A Revolution (PG)

Shortland Street (PG) 10:00 Coro7TWO 9:30 nation St 10:30 Steve Irwin: The Crocodile Hunter Diaries 11:00 Eco Engineering 12:00 Minder (PG v) 1:00 Cadfael (PG v) 3:00 Heartbeat (PG v,n) 4:00 Dr Oz (PG) 5:00 Shortland Street 5:30 Coronation Street (PG) 6:00 Bargain Hunt 7:00 Seven News 7:30 When Weather Changed History (PG) 8:30 Air Crash Investigations (PG) 10:40 I Shouldn’t Be Alive (M) 11:45 Salvage Code Red (PG) 12:45 Harry’s Practice 1:15 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries 2:00 Eco Engineering 3:00 Minder 4:00 Bargain Hunt

Children’s Programs 11:00 Power GO! 6:00 Rangers Samurai (PG) 11:30 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal 12:00 Extra 12:30 The Bachelorette (PG) 2:30 Auction Hunters 3:00 Extra 3:30 Temkai Knights (PG) 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Regular Show (PG) 5:30 Adventure Time (PG) 6:00 Two And A Half Men (PG) 6:30 Toy Hunter 7:00 Auction Hunters 8:30 Criss Angel Mindfreak (M) 9:30 Movie: “The Losers” (M v,l,s) (’10) Stars: Chris Evans 11:30 Auction Hunters 12:00 Toy Hunter 12:30 Regular Show (PG) 1:00 Criss Angel Mindfreak (M) 2:00 TMZ

6:00 Basketball: NBL 8:00 Omnisport ONE 8:30 Python Hunters 9:30 Wild Racers 10:00 Adventure Angler 10:30 Million Dollar Catch 11:00 Reel Rock (PG) 11:30 MasterChef Australia 2:00 Monster Jam 3:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 4:00 Get Smart 4:30 Fishing Edge 5:00 Hook, Line & Sisters (PG) 5:30 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 COPS (PG l) 7:30 Python Hunters 8:30 COPS: Adults Only (M a,v) 9:30 Ross Kemp On Gangs (MA15+ l,d) 10:30 Super Rugby 11:30 The Project Encore 12:30 Bellator MMA (M) 2:30 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 ABC2 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:25 Timmy Time 5:45 The Hive 6:00 The Pajanimals 6:15 Florrie’s Dragons 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:15 The Roast 8:30 Good Game 9:00 The Checkout (PG) 9:30 Dead Drunk: In Discussion 10:30 The Gruen Transfer (PG) 11:00 The Roast (PG) 11:10 Ross Kemp: Extreme World: Las Vegas (MA15+a,l,d,s) 11:55 The Tonight Show (PG) 12:40 The Restaurant: The Pitch 1:40 The Choir: Unsung Town 2:40 ABC News Update

Worldwatch News (All Day) SBS 2 5:00 4:05 Globe Trekker 4:35 The World Game 5:05 A-League Highlights Show 6:05 Ninja Warrior (PG) 6:30 Mythbusters: Indy Car Special 7:30 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock: Live Show (PG) 8:30 Cheerleaders, An American Myth (M n,l,s) 9:30 The Walking Dead (MA15+v,h) 10:20 The Feed 10:50 South Park: Its a Jersey Thing (M a,s,l) 11:15 Triller Movie: “Connected” (M v) (’08) (In Cantonese) 1:20 Tim And Eric’s Awesome Show (M s,l) 1:35 MXC (M s) 2:00 Movie: “Honolulu” (MA15+s,n,a) (’01) (In German) 3:45 France 24 In English

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8:00 Shake It Up 8:30 Handy Manny 9:00 NBC Today 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 T. J Hooker (PG v) 2:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG) 3:00 Jesse James Is A Dead Man (PG) 4:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 4:30 Rocket City Rednecks (PG) 5:00 Mythbusters (PG) 6:00 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 Bad Ink (PG) 8:30 Family Guy (M) 9:00 American Dad (PG) 9:30 Family Guy (M) 10:30 American Dad (M) 11:30 Rude Tube (M) 12:30 SportsFan Clubhouse (PG) 1:30 Jesse James Is A Dead Man (M) 2:30 Rocket City Rednecks (PG) 3:30 Pimp My Ride 4:00 Motor Mate

GEM

8:00 My Strange Addiction (PG) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Duncan’s Thai Kitchen (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Movie: “Eight O’Clock Walk” (PG v) (’53) 2:50 Music Special: Pete Murray 3:00 Partners (PG) 3:30 RBT (PG) 4:00 Rapid Response (PG) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 A Current Affair 8:00 RBT (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Conspiracy Theory” (M v) (’97) Stars: Julia Roberts 11:15 The Closer (M) 12:10 Stansted: The Inside Story (PG) 1:05 Dangerman (PG) 2:00 TV Shop

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11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Sabrina The Teenage Witch (PG) 3:00 Becker 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG l) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 7:30 Rules Of Engagement (PG s) 8:30 New Girl (M s) 9:00 How To Live With Your Parents (M s,d) 9:30 Snog, Marry, Avoid? (PG s) 10:00 Sex And The City (MA15+ s) 10:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (PG) 11:00 To Be Announced 12:00 Late Show 1:00 ET

ABC3

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Dani’s House 11:05 Horrible Histories 11:35 Operation Ouch! 12:05 BTN Extra 12:20 Splatalot 12:45 CJ The DJ 1:00 Big Babies 1:30 SheZow 1:40 Almost Naked Animals 2:10 Rated A For Awesome 2:25 Numb Chucks 3:00 Blue Water High 3:30 Prank Patrol 4:05 Dennis The Menace 4:45 YooHoo And Friends 5:10 Detentionaire 5:35 Dani’s House 6:05 Dragons Riders Of Berk 6:30 Grojband: Bee Bop A Loofa / A-Capella-Lips 7:00 Horrible Histories 7:30 Deadly 60 8:05 Prank Patrol 8:35 Chris Humfrey’s Wild Life

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 12:00 ABC News 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Indigenous Quarter 7:00 ABC News 8:30 The Business 9:00 ABC News Update 9:02 The Drum 9:45 The Indigenous Quarter 10:00 The World - Presented by Jim Middleton11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 Grandstand 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 The Business

5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 SunPRIME rise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG)11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Living Proof” (PG a,l) (’08) Stars: Harry Connick Jr 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase (PG) 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG a,v) 8:00 Better Homes And Gardens 9:00 Program To Be Advised 11:30 Special: The Amazing Spiderman 2 - Spinning The Web (M v,d) – A sneak peek of the upcoming movie blockbuster ‘The Amazing SpiderMan 2’ including behind-the-scenes footage, cast interviews and exclusive clips. 12:00 Harry’s Practice 1:00 Home Shopping

WIN

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 Nine News Now [s] 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News *Live* [s] 7:30 RBT (PG d) – Follow the police units for a unique behind-thescenes look at RBT patrols 8:30 The AFL Footy Show (M) 10:30 Fat Tony & Co: Drawing Dead (M l,s,v,a) – While Tony fights extradition in Athens, police swoop on his drug operations in Australia. 11:30 Extra [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Rizzoli & Isles: What Doesn’t Kill You (M v) 2:30 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News

TEN

6:00 TEN Eyewitness News Early [s] 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10 You (PG) [s] 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) 1:00 The Doctors (M s,d) 2:00 Bondi Vet Encore (PG a) [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET (PG 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Jamie’s Food Fight Club: Sienna Miller (PG) 8:30 Puberty Blues (M l,s,d,a) 9:30 The Good Wife (M) 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s]11:00 Elementary: The Red Team (M) 12:00 Late Show (PG) 1:00 Infomercial 2:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Religious Programs (PG)

6:00 ABC News [s] 10:00 The Wonder Years (PG) [s] 11:00 One Plus One [s] 11:30 Foreign Correspondent [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address [s] 1:30 Devil Island [s] 2:00 Poh’s Kitchen [s] 2:30 As Time Goes By [s] 3:00 Wild At Heart (PG) [s] 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News [s] 6:00 Grand Designs: Skye [s] 6:50 The Checkout 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (PG) 8:30 Spicks And Specks [s] 9:00 The Agony Of Modern Manners: Online (M l,a) 9:30 The Kumars (M s) [s] 10:00 The Wrong Mans (M l,v) [s] 10:30 Lateline [s]11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Hustle (PG) [s] 12:30 Movie: “We’re No Angels” (G) (’55) Stars: Humphrey Bogart

5:00 Worldwatch 5:30 UEFA Champions League 2013/2014 8:05 Worldwatch Continues 1:00 Insight [s] 2:00 Dateline [s]) 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village [s] 6:00 My Family Feast: Burmese [s] 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Pilgrimage With Simon Reeve (PG) [s] 8:35 One Born Every Minute: What Happened Next? (M a) [s] 9:30 The Bridge (MA15+s) 10:35 SBS World News Late [s] 11:05 Drama Movie: “Incendies” (MA15+v,a) (’10) (In French & Arabic) 1:30 Drama Movie: “Wonderful Town” (M l,s) (’07) (In Thai) 3:15 Drama Movie: “Eastern Plays” (M a,v,d,l) (’08) (From Bulgarian & Turkish)

9:30 Shortland St (PG) 10:00 Corona- GO! 7TWO tion St (PG) 10:30 The Crocodile

Hunter Diaries 11:00 Eco Engineering 12:00 Minder (PG v) 1:00 Cadfael (PG v) 3:00 Heartbeat (PG v,n) 4:00 Dr Oz (PG) 5:00 Shortland Street 5:30 Coronation Street 6:00 Bargain Hunt 7:00 Seven News 7:30 Highway Patrol (PG) 8:00 Crash Investigation Unit (PG) 8:30 Fantasy Homes by the Sea 9:30 Australia’s Best Houses (PG) 10:00 Britain’s Empty Homes 10:40 Homes Under The Hammer 12:00 The Bill (M) 1:00 Harry’s Practice 1:30 Crocodile Hunter Diaries 2:00 Home Shopping

6:00 Children’s Programs 12:30 The Bachelorette (PG) 2:30 Auction Hunters 3:00 Extra 3:30 Tenkai Knights (PG) 4:05 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Regular Show (PG) 5:30 Adventure Time (PG) 6:00 Two And A Half Men (PG) 6:30 Toy Hunter 7:00 Auction Hunters 7:30 TWorld's Greatest Heroes (PG v) 8:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Haywire” (M v,l) (’11) Stars: Channing Tatum & Ewan Mcgregor 11:30 Nitro Circus (MA15+ v) 12:00 MAD (M) 12:30 Regular Show (PG) 1:00 Oh Sit! (PG) 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra 4:00 Power Rangers

ONE

6:00 Basketball 8:00 World Series Sprintcars 9:00 Car Torque 9:30 Golf Getaway 10:00 Omnisport 10:30 Trick My Truck 11:00 Temporary Australians 11:30 Flip Men (PG) 12:00 MasterChef Australia 2:00 World’s Toughest Trucker 3:00 Super Rugby 4:00 Get Smart 4:30 COPS (PG l) 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 COPS (PG l) 7:30 White Collar (PG v) 8:30 Burn Notice (M v) 9:30 Sons Of Anarchy (MA15+ v) 10:30 Vegas (M v) 11:30 The Glades (M v) 12:30 The Project Encore 1:30 Python Hunters 2:30 Ross Kemp On Gangs (MA15+ a)

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:25 Timmy Time 5:45 The Hive 6:00 The Pajanimals 6:15 Florrie’s Dragons 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks And Specks (PG) 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:25 Would I Lie To You? 8:40 The Fried Chicken Shop (M l,v) 9:30 How Drugs Work: Cannabis (MA15+d) 10:30 The Gruen Transfer (PG) 11:05 The Roast 11:15 I’m Having Their Baby: Sonya / Kayla (PG) 12:00 The Tonight Show (PG) 12:45 Wild Rides: The Last Leg / Pump My Rickshaw / Crashing Kathmandu (PG) 1:55 ABC News Update

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 4:05 ANZ Netball Championship Highlights 4:35 Departures: Mongolia (PG) 5:30 Bang Goes The Theory 6:00 Ninja Warrior 6:30 Mythbusters: Breaking Bad Special 7:30 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock: Mrs. Donaghy (PG) 8:30 Horror Movie: “Cold Prey” (MA15+v,h) (’06) (In Norwegian) 10:15 Horror Movie: “Cold Prey 2” (MA15+v,h) (’08) (In Norwegian) 11:50 The Feed 12:20 Robot Chicken: Plastic Buffet (M s,v,d) 12:35 MXC (M s) 1:05 Mystery/Crime Movie: “Bolero” (MA15+a,v,n) (’04) (In Czech) 2:55 DW News in English

8:00 Shake It Up 8:30 Handy Manny 9:00 NBC Today 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 T. J Hooker (PG v) 2:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG) 3:00 Jesse James Is A Dead Man (PG) 4:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 4:30 Rocket City Rednecks (PG) 5:30 Mythbusters (PG) 6:30 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 Classic Car Rescue (PG) 8:30 Hardcore Pawn (M) 9:30 American Pickers (PG) 10:30 Cash Cowboys 11:30 Rude Tube (M s) 12:30 Jesse James Is A Dead Man (PG l,a) 1:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 2:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Sons And Daughters 4:00 Motor Mate

7:00 TV Shop 8:00 Stanstead (PG) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Partners (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Movie: “The Man Who Haunted Himself” (PG v,l,s) (’70) Stars: Roger Moore 3:00 Partners (PG) 3:30 The Zoo UK 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Hot Property (PG) – Join Michael Caton 8:30 RPA (PG mp) 9:30 Amazing Medical Stories 10:30 Embarrassing Bodies (M mp,n) 11:30 My Strange Addiction (PG a) 12:30 Friends (PG) 1:00 Gideon’s Way (M) 2:00 TV Shop

11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Sabrina The Teenage Witch 3:00 Becker 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 The Simpsons (G) 8:00 Futurama (PG) 8:30 The Simpsons (PG) 9:00 Futurama (PG) 9:30 The Simpsons (PG) 10:00 The Cleveland Show (M s) 10:30 Bob’s Burgers (M a) 11:00 Cheers (PG) 11:30 Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET 1:00 Everybody Loves Raymond

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Dani’s House 11:05 Horrible Histories 11:35 Operation Ouch! 12:05 BTN Extra 12:20 Splatalot 12:45 SheZow 1:00 Big Babies 1:20 Grojband 1:40 Almost Naked Animals 2:10 Rated A For Awesome 2:25 Numb Chucks 3:00 Blue Water High 3:30 Prank Patrol 4:05 Dennis The Menace And Gnasher 4:45 YooHoo And Friends 5:10 Detentionaire 5:35 Dani’s House 6:05 You’re Skitting Me 6:30 Grojband 7:00 Horrible Histories 7:30 Deadly 60 (PG) 8:05 Prank Patrol 8:35 My Great Big Adventure 8:55 3 on 3: Wollongong

ABC 24

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 12:30 National Press Club Address 1:30 Capital Hill 2:00 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Arts Quarter 7:00 ABC News 8:30 The Business 9:00 ABC News Update 9:02 The Drum 9:45 The Arts Quarter 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 Grandstand 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 The Business

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Your Lucky Stars

For the week April 12 - April 18

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^    a  ARIES:

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Cream Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 9,5,6,7, Lotto Numbers: 9,13,23,34,41,22, Wiser to stick to the familiar both people and places and to show some compassion towards the family health problems. Your judgement may not be the best so leave financial dealings to the experts.

TAURUS:

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Silver Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 8,4,5,6 Lotto Numbers: 1,4,12,23,34,44, It looks like everything is moving far too slowly for your liking but powers that count could be watching you very closely and your actions could lead to a very good offer on improved career offers.

GEMINI:

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 8,9,3,4, Lotto Numbers: 1,15,23,31,22,9, God conditions coming up and more energy to do the things you really want to. Financial benefits will also increase and plans for your future will be coming up roses fairly soon.

CANCER:

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Red Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 7,8,9,4, Lotto Numbers: 7,13,23,34,41,22, Do not get involved in any schemes that are not what they seem to some deceptive influences around you so tread with care. A new romance will give your life the lift it needs right now.

LEO:

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Mauve Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 7,8,2,3, Lotto Numbers: 7,13,23,34,41,45, Visitors from a distance will delight you and give you a period of lots of un and busy time travelling, do not waste your time on trivial matters and worry about useless problems.

VIRGO:

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Saturday Racing Numbers: 8,9,3,4, Lotto Numbers: 4,13,24,34,41,22, Time to rid yourself of the tings you have no use for this goes for relationships that are not getting anywhere. You seem to be using your imagination more than usual so keep some of the results.

LIBRA:

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Fawn Lucky Day: Sunday Racing Numbers: 7,9,3,5, Lotto Numbers: 1,15,23,26,34,41, You will eventually gain control of the matters that are important to you. Possible move or changing of jobs could result in a good prospect for your future plans and independence financially.

SCORPIO:

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Peach Lucky Day: Thursday Racing Numbers: 6,8,2,4, Lotto Numbers: 6,13,14,23,35,44, If in doubt do not act during this period even if offers seems good to other people. Trust only the written word and require receipts from all your transactions or you might have to pay twice.

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(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Sunday Racing Numbers: 7,8,3,4, Lotto Numbers: 5,12,23,34,41,22, You could be making an error of judgement about someone close do give people the benefit of doubt before making decisions. Some of the problems around should now find solutions.

AQUARIUS:

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 7,9,2,4, Lotto Numbers: 2,7,13,25,45,22, For best results you might have to do things for yourself. Pushing your point of view might not go down well with everyone. Do read all paper work before signing and making decisions.

PISCES:

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Pink Lucky Day: Sunday Racing Numbers: 6,8,3,4, Lotto Numbers: 1,5,12,35,45,11, You could be called in to advice on an important matters. Happy moments with loved ones should be savoured as time will be very short in the net few weeks for personal contacts and togetherness.

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(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Violet Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 8,9,3,4, Lotto Numbers: 2,4,12,24,35,44, Extravagant gestures could run you into trouble so keep an eye on your purse strings. What you hear might not be the whole truth so check all your facts before acting on information received.

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atimuk’s Goat Gallery has re-opened to present the first of a series of shows as part of a government backed arts project. The show, called ‘Common Ground’ by Melbourne artist Bridget Hillibrand, has launched Regional Arts Victoria’s Natimuk Small Town Transformations Project. Gallery owners Dr Rob Grenfell and Genevieve Lilley said they were excited by the program of exhibitions, workshops and installations planned for the next 18 months at the gallery. ‘It’s been wonderful to see a group of volunteers and friends of the gallery seek expressions of interest and pull together a really diverse, highquality and locally relevant program,” Dr Grenfell said. “I am very excited by the balance in the program between visiting artists, local creatives and community groups showing in the space.

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“With both of us spending more time in Melbourne, it has been challenging to have enough time to devote to managing a small regional gallery. ” Dr Grenfell said the first exhibition, which opened last weekend, explored the ‘precarious relationship between nature and human interaction’. The show will run between 1pm and 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays, until April 20. Hillibrand is an accomplished print maker and has visited the Wimmera for many years, most recently in November last year for Natimuk Frinj festival and 50 years of climbing celebration at Mt Arapiles. She will present a series of prints based on her experience of climbing the landscape of Mt Arapiles – the subject of much of her work. Copies of the full 2014 Goat Gallery program are available at the gallery, the Goat Gallery website and the Nati Café.

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VFF calls for rail upgrade The Victorian Farmers Federation Victoria’s has called for a major upgrade to the state’s ageing rail-freight network.

ART PROJECT: Natimuk Goat Gallery owner Dr Rob Grenfell, left, is pictured in the gallery with Peter French.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

The issue was a hot topic of the 35th Annual Grains Group conference in Ballarat. The VFF is calling on the Coalition and Labor to commit $250 million to the standardisation and upgrade of Victoria’s railfreight lines. VFF Grains Group president Brett Hosking said poor tracks meant longer delivery times, slower turnaround times and reduced track capacity, which resulted in less efficiency and higher freight costs for farmers. “There are lines where you could jog past the trains. They’re going that slow because of the poor condition of the track,” he said. It costs an average of about $70 a tonne to get grain to port, equating to about 30 percent of growers’ production costs. “Getting rid of our dual-gauge lines in Victoria, so that it’s all standard gauge, will deliver enormous efficiencies and cut freight costs,” Mr Hosking said. He said there was a need for co-investment by state and federal governments in rail, and industry investment in efficient storage and handling silos and ports to increase efficient export capability.

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2 points 4. If someone was performing a paradiddle-diddle, single dragadiddle, a triple ratamucue flam or an inverted flam tap, what would they be doing? 5. What Wimmera settlement is named after a Germany’s largest port on the Baltic Sea? 6. Do buyers pay premium prices for bales of wool with high or low fibre diameter? 7. Wimmera servicemen fought on what island which is an autonomous region of Papua New Guinea and has district capitals of Arawa-Kieta, Buka and Buin?

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8.One of the most prominent vistas on the Wimmera landscape is the ‘cuesta’ formation of the Grampians Range. What does this mean? 9. What were the Ararat-based clubs that were part Ararat and District Football Association when the association’s long history ended in 1999? 10. What was the name of the football competition that from 1969 started with Balmoral, Douglas-Miga Lake, Gerang-Kiata, Natimuk, Netherby-Lorquon, Noradjuha and Winiam and Goroke? Answers: Dracula. Draculea was the patronym of the descendants of Vlad II who took the name Dracul after being invested in the Order of the Dragon in 1431. 2. Cockroaches. 3. Jana Pitman. A recognised international middle-distance running champion, she also represented Australia this year in bobsleigh. 4. Playing a snare drums. All of them are snare-drum rudiments. 5. Lubeck. 5. There is considerable international demand for wool with the lowest fibre diameter, or finest micron, as possible. 7. Bougainville. 8. A cuesta is a distinctive landform featuring a long gentle upward slope ending in an abrupt escarpment. The Grampians’ gentle slope is on the western side of the range. Its abrupt escarpments are on the eastern side. 9. Prestige-Trinity, Miners, St Marys and Caledonians. 10. Central Wimmera Lowan Star Football League.

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rganisers planning Seppelt Winery’s fourth annual Wedding Expo at Great Western next month have appealed for businesses to help establish the event as the largest of its kind in western Victoria.

Seppelt function co-ordinator Alli Fitzpatrick said the expo, which usually showcased at least 30 businesses at the winery, had the potential to expand into a major regional attraction. “We want to get the invitation out there that we want to make it the biggest wedding and function expo in this part of the state,” she said. “That means we’re keen to get as many businesses involved in the industry as possible while at the same time promoting what the Grampians and broader

Wimmera-Mallee has to offer when it comes to receptions or, basically, parties.” The Seppelt Wedding Expo will be from 11am to 3pm on Sunday, May 25. “We really want to spread the word that the expo is not just for businesses involved with weddings. It’s for allied industries that support special functions, receptions and parties. And of course it’s also a great day out,” Ms Fitzpatrick said.

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She said the expo has in the past featured businesses that provided clothing, travel, catering and hire services and this year had opened to other industries. “For example we’re encouraging other reception and accommodation providers to get involved,” she said. “We provide the ideal setting for all these groups to

come together which in turn makes its an ideal event for anyone planning their own celebrations or get-togethers. “We really want to make it a great day out so Seppelt is going out its way to make sure everyone will be comfortable and relaxed. It’s been going for four years and constantly evolving in response to patron feedback. “We have a few new exciting plans in place this year. We intend to extend an outside area to include more businesses, a full bar facility, hot-food sales including woodfire pizzas and entertainment. “Brides will have the opportunity to discuss their special day with professionals and obtain lots of different ideas. Brides should also drag their other half along because we’re going out of

our way to look after them as well. “From a business perspective the expo is great exposure particularly if you are starting out but it is also a good opportunity for you to make business connections and mix with other people.” One of the major expo drawcards will be a fashion parade which has undergone a major overhaul. “We’re upping the ante with fashion parade, introducing stage-lighting and going all out. It’s going to be a significant drawcard,” Ms Fitzpatrick. Organisers have also invited food vendors to the event to offer guests a variety of food. Ms Fitzpatrick said business owners keen to join the 2014 expo could get in touch with her on 5361 2249 or email functions@ seppelt.com.au.

ON SHOW: A fashion parade will be a major highlight of the fourth annual Seppelt Wedding Expo at Great Western.

Nuffield Scholar opportunities Resilience survey in Warracknabeal Member for Mallee Andrew Broad has encouraged farmers in his electorate to apply for 2015 Nuffield Scholarships. The scholarships give Australians opportunities to study farming in New Zealand, Europe, Asia and the Americas. Mr Broad, himself a former Nuffield scholar, said applications were open until June 30. “Nuffield Farming Scholarships give a unique

opportunity to stand back from your day-to-day occupation and to study a subject of interest to you,” Mr Broad said. Scholars are expected to actively spread the knowledge and understanding that they have gained among their fellow farmers and others when they return to Australia. Mr Broad said people could find out more information at website nuffield.com.au.

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71 Lower Roy St – This very comfortable 3 bedroom home has had a nice interior renovation in years gone by with interior paintwork and floor coverings all in good order. The lounge features a split system air-conditioner and a wood heater insert. The dining room is well placed between the lounge and kitchen.

23 Swann St – The home features 2 double bedrooms and a small third or a study, separate lounge, and a 2nd living area or a formal dining room, country style kitchen and a renovated joint bathroom and laundry. Outside on the huge block you will find a single car shed, a garden shed, R/W tank and the convenience of access into the back yard.

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8 Scott St – Featuring 4 double bedrooms, large country style kitchen/meals area, lounge with wood heating, evap cooling, 2 toilets and a internal laundry. Outside you will find a large car shed , heaps of shedding, a veggie patch, bird aviaries all on a generous size block.

2 Woolcock St – This position perfect home is just what you have been waiting for. Set opposite the Bowling Club and the creek the home features 3 double bedrooms with the option of a 4th, office, 2 living areas, family size bathroom, functional kitchen and all the style and features of the art deco era. Outside in the well fenced yard there is 2 rainwater tanks, single garage and workshop/storage shed.

30 Ey Rd – Set on approx 10 acres this home features four double bedrooms, en suite and a walk-in robe to the main, an open plan living, meals area, electrical and wood heating and a evaporative cooler. Outside you can sit under the wide veranda’s overlooking the gently undulating land and a double garage.

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Animals & Accessories

2 female pups, miniature Fox Terrier X Cavalier King Charles, m/c # 956000003425006, # 956000003408263 $250each Ph 53522704 4 Poll Dorset rams, 1 1/2yo, Gudair vacc and Brucc acc $330 each incl Ph 53836208

Border Leicester Ram, 1 and a half yo, OJD vacc bruc ACC “staffa” $330inc Ph 0429944552 Budgies, yellow face, blues and greys, and various other colours $10 each Ph 53847353 or 0428603981 Chestnut mare, 14hh, 13yo, great second pony but not for beginner, done pony club, endurance rides, shows, gymkhanas, trail rides, jumped up to 1m $2800ono Ph 0438547614 Chooks and Roosters, Frizzle Silkie, lots of colours and sizes $7.50 each Ph 53951077 or 0429951077 Chooks, Silkie, 2 roosters and 2 hens, 3 white and 1 brown, hatched Oct 2013, $75 or will separate Ph 0429021972 Clover hay, 100 small squares, good horse quality $10 plus GST Ph 0418791859 Willaura Diamond python, beautiful markings, about two meters, handled daily, gender unknown, license required $448 Ph 0438075837 Ewe lambs, 12 white dorper full blood lambs, 12 months old $150 each Ph 0478607721 Ewes, pure breed, black face Suffolk’s, from stud stock Ph 0419664345 Liz Fish Tanks, for sale, excellent working condition, POA Ph 53582865 or 0438019388 Stawell Golden Retriever bitch, 4yrs, good nature, needs discipline, good home only m/c # 956000003432272 $300ono Ph 53547644 Grass Hay, small square bales, in the shed, 100 left $7ono Ararat Ph 0408501630 Jack Russell bitch, 5 months old m/c # 956000003431501 $200 Ph 0434584909 Miniature goat babies, currently bottle feeding, both sexes, various colours, immunised, wormed, disbudded, MGBA registered, potential A grade, from $250 Ph 0427340750 Palomino mini horses, 1 colt, 1 gelding, reg MHAA, show quality $400 each Ph 53870520 Parrots for sale, yellow and blue princess parrots, turks, red rumps, and cockatiels, hand reared and avery bred Ph 0408535515 Stawell Pekin Bantam Roosters, beautiful assorted colours $5each Ph 0437811661 Piglets, Wessex Saddlebacks, from 6 weeks, ready to go $120 Ph 0407886419 Moyston Pigs, black Bore and Sow $600 for the pair, piglets 14 weeks old at $100 or make offer for lot Ph 0407399313 Lake Fynas area Rams, easy lambing composites, OJD vacc $350 Ph 0428115873

Rams, Stud & flock Hampshire down, ovine brucellosis accred, July shorn, 6-in-1 vaccinated, drenched, dipped $350 Ph Matt 0488159853 St Helens Plains Roosters, pure young Australorp and Barnevelder $25each Ph 0431649531 Stud & Commercial Black Suffolk Rams & Ewe’s Ph 0427848280 Dadswells Bridge White Dorper ewes, good shedders, small lots available, ready to mate, 8mths old Ph 0447275737

Adorable miniature horses, young, friendly, nurtured from birth, golden palominos Ph 0418516253 Alpaca, herd guards and pets, male and female available, prices vary Ph 0428852338 Alpacas, all ages Ph 53822405 Alpacas, breeding females amd heard guards, from registered breeder, good rates Ph 53847380 Alpacas, breeding stock, pets and flock protectors, all stock guaranteed, inspections welcome, delivery available Ph 0427602773 Alpacas, male and female, all colours, female may be in cria Ph 53871115 Appaloosa gelding, 15.3hh, registered, 9yo, personality plus, comes when called, to good knowledgeable home only $4500 Ph 53951194 Rainbow Appaloosa Horses, registered geldings, 14 to 15 hands, yearlings to 3 year olds, colours and spots, well handled $1500-$2500 Ph 53543264 Baby bore goats, bottle fed $50each Ph 0437002002 Black Arab mare 12hh, been shown, sound, exp. rider $400 Ph 54672235

The Weekly Advertiser welcomes your advertising. We are required strictly by law to include specific information on some items when publishing your advertisement. A snapshot of your obligations are as follows: ANIMALS *All for-sale advertisements, for either cats or dogs must include one of the following: • Individual microchip numbers • Vet certificate to exclude individual animals from needing microchips • Domestic animal-business number

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Baby Needs Dart Blue Velcro Matrix pram with bassinet and accessories, new condition $250 Ph 0438210944 Pusher, Mountain Buggy Double pusher, rarely used $450 Ph 0409563361 Toddler seat, Valco Siesta, for a trimode runabout pram, EC $40 Ph 0407564307 Horsham Valco Bassinet for trimode runabout pram, EC $40 Ph 0407564307 Horsham

Business Opportunities

Snack and Coffee vending machine business for sale, earn a second income for 6 hours a week, 1930’s dressing table, wooden, established sites all within Horsham, GC $200 Ph 0497568700 Ararat flexible hours $49,500 inc GST Ph Antique Edwardian Dutchess, 0457826332 after 2pm $550, timber hall stand with cupboard $200, both in EC Ph Caravans 0435824795

Antiques

Antique kitchen dresser, Circa 1920’s, original red pine/Baltic pine, restored $420ono Ph 0419102423 Concave Picture Frames, $80ea Ph 0428324210 Miners Lounge, $200 Ph 0428324210

04 Avan Rhys 16’ pop-top, gas stove and oven, microwave, 3way fridge, s/beds, battery pack, one owner $18,800 Ph 53824030 1984 Viscount pop-top Grand Tourer, 17’, double Island bed with storage underneath, table converts to d/bed, A/C, front kitchen, lots of storage, 4 burner stove and large oven, large fridge, annex, 2 spare wheels, neat and tidy, VGC for age, great family size van with plenty of space, no leaks S12510 $6500ono Ph 0427840300 2002 17’ Roadstar pop-top, tandem, two singles, battery pack, roll out awning, new tyres, lino floor with new mat, front kitchen, PP, all hoses, electrical leads, Hayman Reese tow bar assembly, rock tamers, mirrors, 3 way fridge with 4 ring gas cooker, GC, as new $17,450 Ph 53502321 2002 Jayco Swan campervan, 16’, reg till 7/14, new canvas, GC $12,000 Ph 53522291 or 0421322808

Minors couch, fully restored, original wire base, lovely item, not used $700 Ph 0439101170 Old antique sunshine wooden box combine, best offer Ph 0427972106 Ridge pole tent with 4’ walls, 1 x 12’ x 14’, EC $70ono Ph 53852296 Singer Treadle Sewing Machine, beautiful stitcher, VGC, extras $300ono Ph 53581100 2003 Jayco Heritage 19’6’’, front island d/bed, shower, toilet, gas hot water, 2x 80L water tanks, flat Baby Needs panel TV, on board 12V water pump and 12V deep cycle battery, roll Baby items, Steelcraft pram, out awning, comes with cutlery, baby bath, change table, bassinet crockery and all kitchenware as with storage, highchair, adjustable well as chairs, water hoses, power toddler self walker, baby carrier, leads etc, ready to tow $27,500 Ph Flutterby music dream swing, top 0429051001 brands, as new $350 the lot Ph 2003 Spirit Camper Trailer, heavy 0429196880 Horsham area canvas, 3 way fridge and small Cot, Gro Years, EC $100 Ph generator P89984 $7500ono Ph 0447398338 0409563361

Caravans

Caravans

Caravans

Caravan, Avan Erin 2004 17’6 pop-top, annex access, serviced & shedded $20,000 Ph 53822998 Caravan, Windsor pop-top, excellent value, clean, comfortable, roll out awning, island double 2004 Coromal Princeton 703 bed, extras included $10,000 Ph Jayco Expanda 2010 Outback 16-49, 4 birth pop-top family van, Caravan, q/bed, shower and toilet, 53562310 or 0400699039 easy towing 133kg, ball weight kitchen with gas electric stove, 1400kg tare, includes awning, anti oven and griller, large 150L fridge, flappers, hot water system, A/C, microwave oven, 22’’ TV with DVD privacy screens and battery pack player, reverse cycle aircon, roll out plus all the outback features, in EC, awning, automatic washing machine would suit new buyer $29,900 Ph $38,900 Ph 0418504985 0428216218 2006 Jayco Destiny dual axle Jayco Freedom pop-top 16’ single pop-top caravan with cover, roll out Compass 15ft Pop Up Caravan, axel, electric brakes, 2004, Island d/ awning, full annexe, Island bed, 3 island double bed, wardrobes, bed, 3 way fridge, stove top, 3 gas way fridge, radio TV/DVD, Herron hot plates, 3 way fridge, sink, burners, 1 electric, griller, microwave 3 aircon, microwave, portaloo, VGC plenty cupboard space, EC, light oven, roll out awning, 12 months $23,000ono Ph 0427981846 blue interior E27531 $15,000 rego, always shedded $13,500 Ph 53928234 or 53928208 Nhill Ph 0402302028 Robyn Crusader 2007 pop-top caravan, Jayco Pop-top, 90’s series, 15ft 6 17’, reverse cycle A/C, awning, q/ inches, 2 single bunks, double also bed, 3-way 120L fridge, battery an option, 3 way refrigerated, oven, pack, microwave and gas stove, tare 4 burner cooktop D43065 $9000ono Ph 53581787 AH 1.33, EC $21,000 Ph 0427902375 Jayco Swan Campervan 1986, 6 berth, new L/T tyres, as new bed flies, awning and annexe, GC, 2006 Jayco Sterling pop-top, 18’ reg to 01/15 C55350 $9500ono Ph tandem ensuite RC/AC, elec/gas 0427861316 cooktop/oven, hot water, battery Light weight viscount caravan, pack, m/wave, 3 way fridge, island 860KG, all new inside, heavy duty d/b plus under storage, 240/12v, TV, annex, EC, reg 01/15 $11,500ono radio, DVD, R/O awning, full annexe Fifth Wheeler 2010 model, Spree Ph 0418143402 $30,000 Ph 0417502723 28’ been towed by Prime Mover 2007 Galaxy Odyssesy pop-top, 2007 Holden Rodeo, EC, reg to 18’6, d/bed, RO awning, dual axle, 05/14, 2 slide outs, separate shower battery pack, drop down jacks, EC and toilet, gas hotplate and oven, $24,000 Ph 0429721447 Ararat large kitchen, plenty of storage, 2008 Jayco Hawk outback, 2 door fridge freezer, solar panel, awning, annexe, bed flys, sleeps 6, grey, fresh and black water, all auxiliary battery set up $18,000 Ph electric wiring and plumbing done Motorhome, fully equipped, 0427340333 to Australian standards, lots of 1978 Domino Coach, complete 2010 Galaxy Odyssey pop-top underneath storage, reluctant sale, fit out and overhaul 2003, roof raised, new front, new external 17’6’’ tandem, s/beds, ensuite, TV, T11094 $80,000 Ph 0407434003 DVD, surround sound $32,000ono Great family van, Jayco early 80s, skin diesel motor, 5 spd auto trans both reconditioned, fully equipped Ph 53811029 or 0481174907 triple bunk, new floor and kitchen solar operation, modern elecs, 2010 Jayco Dove Outback, as bench area, 16.5’, easy to tow, GC full size shower, toilet, QB bed, new, 16’’ wheels, AT tyres, al-ko for age, full d/bed/couch at front, recliners, modern kitchen storage stays Hyland Hitch, e/brakes, 3 bunks at rear, plenty of storage, bins underneath incl grey, black awning, 3 way fridge, easy mover full annexe $8500ono Ph Nathan and fresh water tanks split system, jockey wheel, 12 months rego 0418657247 Horsham rev camera, heaps of extras, $18,500 Ph 53521016 Ararat Jayco 2011 Swan Camper Van, incls tandem box trailer for small Cabana Pop-top Caravan, GC EC, bed flys & bag awning, used 4WD with extra storage, min off $3750ono Ph 0428504611 Natimuk twice only, microwave and 3 way road, only 118,500km since 2003 Camper trailer, Alum, 7x4, off-road fridge, reg until 01/14, only selling Ready to travel for others to enjoy with 23x18’ tent, lots of storage, to upgrade, REDUCED $19,500 Ph $62,500ono inspect anytime Ph 0408127425 Horsham deep cycle power, stainless kitchen, 0417506599 or 53820429 Outback camper 2003 4x4 sturdy pumped water, as new $6500ono construction, with awning, q/bed, Ph 0417578896 rear slide out kitchen, electric brakes Campervan, Goldstream Sovereign $5750 Ph 0427574264 2000, special edition, bed flies, awning, 3 way fridge, microwave, 1 owner, EC, shedded $16,500 Ph 53820136 or 0428972221 Campervan 2011, Caravan Pop-top, Golden Egal Jayco grand tourer, 19’6” rear O/S, single immaculate, almost new, bag flys, e/ beds, front kitchen, club lounge, brakes, dream to tow, tare 993kgs, HWS, A/C, deluxe tebbes annexe, reg til 05/14, fully equip, ready to Reduced 2001 Roma pop-top, 14ft, EC $24,000 Ph 0402194570 or go $20,500neg Ph 53521424 or s/beds, EC, back entry $12,500 Ph 0408348566 Ararat 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Farm Machinery

Regal Comfort Tourer, 16ft, air-con, full annex, micro inverter, single axle, reg E23516 $10,500neg Ph 0422173617 Roadstar pop-top Voyager 2000, 1993, front kitchen, 3 way fridge, island d/bed, split system aircon, full heavy duty annex, electric brakes, full gas oven, all EC $11,000ono Ph 0437880880 or 0417519703 Stawell Slide-on Camper, Millard 1985, 3 berth, fridge, stove, battery pack, GC $4000 Ph 0439797922 or 53871504 Small 2 Berth Caravan with awning $3500ono Ph 0450410206 Ararat Viscount 15’ Caravan 1970’s, unregistered $1900 Ph 0427523317 Stawell Viscount pop-top aerolite, EC, plenty of storage, TV, microwave $6000 Ph 0422898036

Bale grab, hydraulic, heavy duty $10,400neg Ph 53823185 Boom Spray, Goldacres, 24m trailed ground glider, coupled to 4000L, Rapid spray tank on singles mircotrack MT900 rate controller $10,000 Ph 0427090723 Case 2015 12’ Canola pickup, on trailer, EC $22,500 inc GST Ph 0427972271 Case 2470B Scania mtr, PTO 3 point linkage duals, runs very well $10,000ono inc Ph 0407340301 Case Magnum 7140 Tractor, 9200 hours, dual rear wheels, good, reliable tractor, 60175F $33,000 inc GST Ph 0427972271 Class 180 RC Baler, wrecking been burnt near new knives $1000 Ph 0408588652 Class 96 Header, 5000hrs, 25ft finger reel, trailer $10,000+GST Ph 0427861052 Kaniva Deutz DX90, 3PL linkage, air cond cab, 8100hrs $6300 Ph 0408372666 Dimboola Famson 40 Foot x 7 Inch Auger, hydraulic $4000ono, 25 foot ford scarfire $2000ono, John Deere 40 foot cultivator $4000ono Ph 53832215 leave a message or 0427832215 Farm gates, c/w gate sets, 2 at 2.8, 3 at 3.6 $550 Ph 0410586482 Fergie TEA20, rebuilt from top to bottom, new paint, ready for Fergie club $2800ono inc GST Ph 53812721 Field bins, 2 Sherwell, 1 Jaeschke $12,000 the lot or will separate Ph 53931451 Flexi coil, 550 pound tynes, price neg Ph 0428911459 Fuel tank, Silvan diesel, 400L with 12v pump and hose $440inc Ph 53502339 Fuel tanks, 800lt and 100lt $500neg for the lot Ph 0428911459 Gear Pump, 2 inch with 13hp Honda reduction drive, EC $2750 Ph 0408588652 Gold acre boom spray, 3000L, 80’ boom, HYD lift and fold boom, double sided foam marker, 14.9 x 38 tyres $15,000 inc GST Ph 53582622 Goldacres 5000 Litre Sprayer, 28 meter boom, hydraulic drive, transcal, chem hopper, foam marker, 440DB controller, VGC $40,000 Ph 0408588652 Grey Fergie Tractor T20, some accessories, goes well $3000 Ph 53825117 or 0418353633

Clothing & Accessories Assorted children items, including Valco stroller, size 3 girls clothes, plus more $180 or will separate Ph 0402690773

Commercial Equipment Drink Fridge, Orford, 2 glass doors, shelves and lights $1200 Ph 0417101120 Orfod black commercial 2-door fridge, for flowers, wine or drinks, highlights colours, works well $1500 Ph 0417101120

Computers & Entertainment 17 PlayStation and 4 Xbox games, rated G and PG $100 the lot or will separate Ph 0407096228 Nintendo Wii, sky lander game, with 7 sky landers, Wii fit board, 5 games and accessories, over $500 worth selling for $200 Ph 0418747676

Farm Machinery

1000L Water Carrier, solid steel, ex DPI, can mount pump/fire hose $1000 Ph 0400919769 1995 Kenworth T400, 6 cyl cummins 10 spd, 8 bag suspension, PTO, HYD, ball race, T/Table, AC, XSO430 $25,000 Ph 0419323118 200L Mister, 8HP motor $550 Ph 0428911459 24 row Massey 500 combine $400 Ph 0427972106 240V portable crutching plant, flexible down tube, done approx 3-400 sheep $350 Ph 54662335 28 row Chamberlain combine, mark 2, spring tine harrows $600 Ph 53951131 5 in 1 Jetstream grouper, 15’, 13hp, Honda motor hills hoists Grey Ferguson Tractor, TO20, $3500 inc GST Ph 53582622 12V, runs well, reduced to $3000ono Ph Ron 53584799 Stawell Hardie Boomspray, TPL, 600L, 10m FM $2800 Ph 0417538886 Hay Rake, New Holland NH56, EC $2450 plus GST Ph 0487308718 Hay trailer, round bale, capacity 6 rolls $2000 Ph 53590232 6x6 Acco truck with 14’ right Header JD8820 X2, both goers way 2 bin grouper with elevator, 3500hrs, 2 30’ open front on trailers grouper has remote open/close electric actuators on both bins, 9hp and one pick up front, always vanguard motor, rear camera and shedded, immaculate $35,000 the roll tarp, unit has been cleaned up lot inc GST Ph 0428334323 and repainted, runs very well, VGC Header Shearer 110, 14’ western front $660 Ph 530904201 Mob $27,500 inc Ph 0429670012 Air seeder, 34’ Dunstan bar, hyd fold 0488904201 Brim 6’’ spacings, 3T box, motor driven Howard 5 Foot Rotary Hoe, Selecta Tilth $2795 Ph 53891499 $5000ono inc Ph 0407340301 Air seeder, Connorsheo, 20’ Hydraulic Power Pack, Honda scarifier plus 3RS-T, harrows plus motor large oil tank $1650 Ph PTO trailer bin, no rust, GC $3850 0408588652 inc Ph 53870522 AH or 0459728544 Illabo Bunker Auger, 12” 70’ Alfarm A550 bin and Urea with a 15’ swivel shoot, Perkins spreader, new spare belt included, turbo motor, perfect for filling and VGC $15,000ono inc GST Ph emptying up to 25 meter bunkers 53894258 or 0428894258 Dimboola $28,000ono Ph 0428918222 Armco railing suit yards x 2 $80 Inter 710, 16’ PDO header $600 Ph 0427972106 Ph 0417837503 Auckland Field Bin, $1500 Inter TD20 C series dozer, bullo tilt Ph 53590232, 53581430 or blade, 2T ripper power shift trans, EC, always shedded, first to see will 0427590232 Auger Grainline 46’ x 8’’, 20hp, buy $44,000 inc GST Ph 53870522 vanguard, rev gear box, poly AH Horsham hopper, new 2010, less than 10hrs Jackman powder pickler, price use, cost $12,000 inc GST, sell for neg Ph 0428911459 $9000 inc GST Ph 0428846285 JD 7720 Header, reverse feed, dual Auger, Grainline Grouper, GC speed drum, 230 front, comb trailer, $3600 Ph 0417538886 GC $17,500ono Ph 0428821394

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Farm Machinery

For Sale

John Deere 9660 STS, chopper, harvest ready, c/- 2012, Macdon 35ft FD70 flex draper and Leith trailer, as new condition, will consider splitting $299,200 inc GST Ph 53826437 John Shearer 27 row 4 box TCD combine with transport trailer $27,000 inc Ph 0458778368 Kioti DS3510, 4WD 4 in 1 FEL $25,391 Ph 53891499 2007 Sym HD200, 21,000kms, new Kubota B1750 Tractor, $5495, 1m belts and rollers, new battery, Oct slasher $1395 Ph 53891499 rego GC895 $2550 Ph 0417580747 Massey 35 Petrol Tractor, good tyres, ROPS $3000 Ph 0408588652

Massey Ferguson, 14 plate, disc plough $300 Ph 0419867539 Mister 400L Poly Tank, engine driven fan, electronic controls $500 Ph 0408588652 Mulcher, 4 metres wide, height wheels $13,200 Ph 0408588652 N/Holland large square baler, model 2000 $6000ono inc Ph 0407340301 Pea Plucker, Smale, 30ft on trailer, GC $8500inc GST Ph 0427781265 Petrol/Kero Fordson major tractor 1956, a goer but needs some work $1000ono Ph 0400356147 Reco Catipillar starter mower, 12V, part no. OR5208 $400ono Ph 0429951357 Reco Remy starter motor, model no. 11141.10, 12V $400ono Ph 0429951357

Semi Tipper Bogie, 25ft x 6ft, TOA, QR, grain chute $16,500ono inc Ph 0428540644 Silos, 7x60t, Jaeschke, Tarranyurk district $5200 each plus GST Ph 0428975294 Silvan 300 Litre Linkage Sprayer, $880 Ph 0408588652 Silvan Slasher, PTO 3pt linkage, 4’ wide $1100ono Ph 0427322006 or 53541270 Willaura Solar pump, bore or dam, mono model 2 MO222 MK 300 watt, includes floats, filter, cable, safety wire, auto cut off, panel stand, no solar panel, no control box, EC $1500 Ph 53564463 or 0427670612 Stainless Steel Tanks, insulated, various sizes $0.50 per litre Ph 0408588652 Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 3 spare bars $600 Ph 53583326 Tractor tyres, 2 of 14.9 x 28’’ $250 or will separate Ph 53911884 Tractor, McCormick Deering International 1935 W30, red, 4 speed gear box $3500ono Ph 53919261 Trailing Boom, 80’, Andy line, not plumbed $800 Ph 0428837235 Transcal gold acres $250 Ph 0428837235 Truck 1952 International, AL162 $1500 Ph 0488733906 Truck tyres, 2 of 10.00 x 20, RWC $200 or will separate Ph 53911884 Tyres x5, second hand, 380/90R46, self propelled sprayer, good for spares $2000 or will separate Ph 0428837235

Vintage tractor 1927, case 12-20, cross engine restored going, always shedded $15,000ono Ph 0427861844 Water Truck ‘91 Isuzu FVZ, 1400 long, 18,000L mag sprays etc. TDR392 $66,000neg Ph 0408504096

For Sale 2 Polymaster Tanks, rain water, 32,000L or 7000G, as new $6000 will separate Ph 0429909290

30 tonne log splitters, split horizontally and vertically, 6.5hp engine, assembled and test run $1370 inc GST Ph 53891541 3KA petrol generator, stored in shed, never used $500 Ph 54662335 Airless spray unit pump, Greco Construction King $6000 Ph 53582131 Aluminium ladder, Bailey, 120kg load, extends to 5.83m, VGC $150ono Ph 0419180196 Archive boxes, Marbig Enviro, used, GC, pack of 10 $15 Ph 53823001 Axe, 3pt linkage, hyd wood super $1800 Ph 0428504725 Bar fridge, 125lt, VGC $140 Ph 0427523317 BBQ, 4 burner with mobile stand and hood $50 Ph 0427630051 Bed single dark stain pine, VGC $75 Ph 0400107718 Bed, futon, queen size innerspring mattress $400 Ph 53822911 Black Plastic, 8 new rolls, 4m x 50m, suitable for grain shed floors and bunkers $1200 Ph 0427323041 Bobcat 216B Caterpillar, 2004, 1700hrs, new cat bucket, new point, 70’6 tyres, cabin with glass, VGC $25,000ono Ph 0408272406 Moyston Boxes, s/h removalists preferred, 2 sizes available plus 2 large wardrobes, 80+ boxes $80 the lot Ph 0401661363 Camping fridge, 3 way, 12v 240 and gas, 35-40lt, chest cold mark 2, EC $300 Ph 0429393549 Car fridge freezer, Evakool, 50L, as new insulating cover $750 Ph 0429400626 Chainsaw Stihl 028, super 51cc, 16 inch bar, one owner, mint condition, workshop and field tested, 3 months warranty $550 Ph 0439723289 Chainsaw, new Poulan-Pro 46cc, 18” bar $300 Ph 0428504725 Chipper shredder 4 stroke, 13hp, 2’’ capacity, EC $450 Ph 55701161 Concrete cutter, Husqvarna, 371k, 14” $1200 Ph 0428504725 Concrete sealer, 5 drums, clear, 20L, 1 drum of Solvent thinner, 20L $820 or will separate Ph 0427820638 Diesel oil, Dello 400, 70L $250 Ph 0410586482 Dimplex Refrigerated Air Cooler, reverse cycle, portable, as new, $550 Ph 53596260 or 0439855993 Double Bunk Bed, silver with top mattress, VGC $280 Ph 0408222466 Excalibur patio heater X-Ph2060SP, never used $100ono Ph 0429163455 Family size tent, 3m x 8m, three rooms, EC $500 Ph Roger 53826223 Fire wood $50 per cubic meter, olive wood, pick-up only Laharum Ph 0418371448 FIRE WOOD, red gum, split delivered Ph 0429233729 Firescreen, sturdy steel $80 Ph 53823833 Floor boards, Baltic Pine, 145mm x 23mm, various lengths, approx 400m $2000 Ph 0408912292 Freezer, chest 700lt, EC $800 Ph 0419595132 Gas heater LPG, portable Rinnai convector, flexible bayonet connector, VG unit $300 Ph 53811093 Gas hot water unit, Rheem, 90L, town gas $130 Ph 0427523317

For Sale

Furphy water tank, GC $1500ono Ph 0427981348 Gold Detector, Minelab GPX 4500 plus 3 Coiltek coils, EC $3500 Ph 0407839886

Golf cart, includes new deep cycle heavy duty batteries and charger, GC, reliable, always well maintained $2000 Ph 0427891924 Hay, lucerne/clover mix, small squares, $8 per bale, discounts for 20 or more Ph 0428852338 Horsham Hitachi compound mitre saw, approx 10 yrs old $340 Ph 53881238 Toolondo area

Honda Oddyssey FL250 Buggy, chassis-up rebuild, VGC, VIN# JH3TB040ZEC703822 $3000 Ph 0419589583 House bricks, 2500, s/hand, clean, ready to lay, $2000ono Ph 0418535801 Howard Rotavator Gem, G20 model fully restored, needs Kohler motor $475 Ph 0411419516 Ararat Howard Terrier Rotary Hoe, Fitted with brigs engine, Howard engine & parts available to put back to original $400 Ph 53824038 AH or 0427322623 Iveco 1998 cabover, 14L deroit, 18spd and hydraulics WVN739 $33,000ono Ph 0408152916 Jarrah Timber, skip dressed, 180x35x1.8 $30, 90x35x1.8 $20 Ph 0417507882 Stawell Kioti (MTD) 42” Ride-on Mower, 20hp $2950 Ph 53891499 Lawn mower, Pro-Scape walk behind, 6HP Kawasaki motor, new $900ono Ph 0428504725

For Sale

For Sale

Pea Straw/Garden mulch, weed free, $5 delivered Horsham area Ph 0407011084 Peddle power bike scooter with new battery $750ono Ph 0417119487 Pot Belly Heater $200 Ph 0427523317 Pressure washer, hot water, industrial, reconditioned pump, 240v, single phase, in A1 condition, inspection welcome $1990ono Ph 0409851412 Raco Stump muncher, self propelled, forward reverse gear, 2 sets of teeth, goes well $2000 Ph 0422898036 Rear diff for HZ75 land cruiser with a lokka kit fitted to it, 10,000kms $500 Ph 0448891486 REDUCED! Hydraulic Landing Legs for Semi Trailer, with wheels, $400 Ph 0419323118

Stiga ride on mower, 6.5 stroke, 63 model, EL63, GC $1000 Ph 53982486 Swimming pool, 50,000L, above ground, includes filter, fittings, accessories, solar blanket and roller, solar heating, gate, fencing, fully operational, GC, purchaser to dismantle and remove $4900 Ph 53820857 Tent, large family, 16’ x 12’, GC $350 Ph 53582749 or 0490181958 Tent, Macpac Minaret, 2 person, 4 seasons, tunnel tent, fly and inner, VGC $350 Ph 0487227965 Timber flooring, Cowley pine, 6” x 1” boards $800ono Ph 0429981984 Tohatsu outboard motor 9.8 mid 80s, in good working order, only selling due to upgrade in motor, incl fuel tank and fuel hose $650ono Ph Nathan 0418657247 Horsham Tool Boxes, assorted, ex Powercore, lockable Ph 0428837235 Trailer crate, steel 9’x68’ $250 Ph 0427523317 Trailer tandem 8 x 5, heavy duty, extra high sides, hyd brakes, 2 door, spare tyre, jockey wheel, L.E.D lights, all wiring solder joined, all Australian made, no down grade or seconds steel used $2650 Ph 0400562627 Trailer, 6x4 ‘major’ builders trailer $1500ono Ph 0427820638 Trailer, new galvanised, 8 x 5 tandem, ch/plate floor, new wheels/ spare, L/truck tyres, jockey/w, 900mm galv cage $2780 Ph 0437808140 Tralier, foster dog plant, 8m deck, spring suspension and ramps, 8.25/15’’ tyres, brakes and tyres 90%, GC $22,000 inc Ph 0429861389 Trampoline, 3m round $40 Ph 53823092 Tri-axle grain trailer, Rhino TOA, suit new buyer 79077S $66,000 inc GST Ph 0408152916 Trim deck iron, 7.5m long, EC, lots of 50 for $1300 Ph 0418120702 Ararat Trimmer, Husqvarna, new, 24c $180 Ph 0428504725 Water cartage tank, rapid spray, 15400lts, can be reduced to any size down to 4200lts, with 4” camhock out let, retail $18,000, sale price $10,000ono Ph 0419323118 Horsham Welder 240 amp, unimig $550ono Ph 0419569809 Wood heater fabricated, suit shed or outdoor entertaining area $400 Ph 0400606378 Yanmar diesel engine, 37,8HP, suits parts or rebuild $500ono Ph 0400236535

Relocatable Unit. 5 x 10m at Pomonal, Metal clad - insulated roof and walls, new floor coverings and blinds, EC Open to offers located at Pomonal Ph 0419565953 for information and inspection Ride on mower, AMC territory, 13hp, Honda Hydrostatic drive $990 inc GST Ph 0418837046 Ride-on Mower Greenfield, evolution 3 deluxe, 13HP, bos 32” cut, $2000 Ph 0427529818 ROK Electric Vacuum Blower, never used, still in box $100ono Ph 0447539415 Roll top tarp, suitable for bulk top, 24 x 8, VGC $100 Ph 53981825

Roof Rack, Tradesmans Steel Full Length Roof Rack, could also be used for a boat, for std Ute tray, heavy duty, 3.3m x 1.37m $250 Ph 0417025244 Rotary Hoe, hand held, self propelled, Howard Terrier $500 Ph Roger 53826223 Sack trucks, new $25 Ph 0410586482 Seabird FG sailing dinghy, 3.2m LOA on Gal trailer, 2 main sails, Dec rego C25821, trailer 13267 $750 Ph 53542787

Household Items

Sports ground marker plus one bag of marking powder, new 2 s/beds, wooden frame, VGC $500 condition $400ono Ph 0427881236 Ph 0429909290

Lincoln AS400/50 welder, EC $4500 Ph 53582131 Lucerne/rye, wheat, rye pasture, fresh small squares and rolls, pick up west of Horsham or delivery Horsham available Ph 0418584308 Magnetic underlay d/bed, clean, top quality $50 Ph 54662335 Meadow hay, small bales $4.50 per bale Ph 0427974558 Mig Welder, 320 austmig S phase with traveller, heavy duty, EC, on transporter wheels $1000ono Ph 0427874213 Mini bike 110, rarely used $800 Ph 0410586482 Noritake (Evansdale) dinner set, EC, 8 settings, 56 pieces, $400 Ph 53825283 Oak Writing Desk $80 Ph 53566369 Old horse drawn plough, eye catching as garden feature $400 Ph 53547644 Old wooden wagon, needs some work Ph 0427972106 Orders Taken, for small square bales of oaten hay, at Kalkee $5 a bale in paddock Ph 53832215 leave a message or 0427832215 Palm tree, small, well established, $50 Ph 0410438550

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Garage Sales

GARAGE SALE Huge moving out sale! Furniture, books, crockery and lots more! 8am-5pm Saturday, April 12 13 Queen St, Horsham

GARAGE SALE

Camping, sporting, brass ornaments, garden ornaments, books, retro clothing, sheets and some furniture. Goods under shelter and indoors.

9am-4pm Saturday, April 12 14 Warren Rd (off Buckler Rd), Halls Gap Wednesday, April 9, 2014


Household Items

Household Items

2nd hand U-shaped kitchen, 1970 x 3000 x 1850mm, inc. laminate tops, sink and Westinghouse electric cooktop, oven and range-hood $600ono Ph 0439610481 Air Conditioner, Homewell portable air con $300 Ph 0409563361 Air Conditioner, mobile refrigerated, as new $290 Ph 0427523317 Bar Fridge, 3ways power $90 Ph 0432480918

Double Bed, Camelot black 4 poster, white curtains and mattress as new $950ono Ph 53502280 Drapes, full block-out, include all tracks and fixtures, 2x pale pink units to fit window approx 1902mm W x 1906mm drop, 1x dusky pink unit fit window 1906mm x 1906mm drop, 2x dusky pink units to fit windows 1001mm x 1906mm drop, all with festoon-style pelmets and brackets, 1x festoon-style dusky pink drape to fit window 1604mm x 1208mm drop, would suit rental property $500ono the lot Ph 0407357985 Dryer Electrolux 5kg automatic sensor dry, less than a year old, VGC $400neg Ph 0488644551 Nhill Entertainment Unit, 1.45 x 0.50 x 0.55m, includes CD storage shelves and drawer $550 Ph 53822911 Entertainment unit, lead light solid Bar, with built in downlights, pine, Puddle Lane, 1900cm L x mahogany colour, VGC $1599 Ph 1320cm H x 60cm D, full height 53584868 leadlight doors either side $800 or best offer Ph 0407649916 Horsham

Bath, free standing, 1800x850x800, white acrylic, pick up only, as new $1200 Ph 0419500757 Blackwood Leadlight writing desk, GC, $150 Ph 0437760291 Boori Classic white cot/bed, includes mattress, near new condition $500 Ph 0411377997 Horsham Bowls, size 1H and case $200 Ph 53521142 Buffet 1940’s Tudor style with pie crust edging $145 Ph 0427523317 Stawell Bunk DB, ideal teenager facility for desk or lounges, metal frame $250 Ph 53525760 Canon photocopier iR1610, good tidy unit $375ono Ph 0427853494 Carpet, s/h, cream, 407cm x 376cm, wool and nylon mix, GC, pick up Horsham $80 Ph 0401661363

Childs matching desk, chair and bookcase in peach and cream $200 Ph 0418175930 Clothes dryer, Simpson 5kg, model 39S500 $250 Ph 0409957620 Collectors plates, Royal Doulton, set of 3 $90ono or will separate Ph 0437718077 Couch, leather, beige, very comfortable recliner $350ono Ph 0432480918

Couches, 1x 3-seater, 1x 2seater, Red Cherry, hardly used, 100% leather, can deliver in Horsham area, EC $2000 will separate Ph 53827788 D.bed mattress, single base mattress. VGC $100 Ph 53891926 Diamond Creek Timber coffee table, GC $250ono Ph 0447010173 Dining Chairs, 2 x Straight Backed Edwardian $200 Ph 53562301 Dining chairs, Spindle back, total 8, as new $400 or will separate Ph 53881314 Dining suite, round table with 6 Thonet Bentwood chairs, VGC $500 Ph 53911471 Dining table and chairs, custom made, black wood with red velvet chairs, 1.82m x 1.04m $650 Ph 53825125 or 0417765017 Dining table teak extendable (6-8), 8 fabric chairs, VGC $650neg Ph 53524062 Ararat Dining Table, walnut with metal legs, six fabric chairs $650 Ph 53822911

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Entertainment Unit, solid pine, 1.8 L x 1.3 H, lots of storage, leadlight glass, large CD/DVD drawer, detailed timber finish $250ono Ph 0417811661 Federation style wooden single beds, GC $100 each Ph 0437760291 Filing cabinet, two draw, no key, VGC $20 Ph 0419180196 Freezer 150L, chest, Heller $210 Ph 0427523317 Fridge freezer, large Westinghouse 2 door fridge, freezer at bottom $300 Ph 53826051 or 0429144770 Front door, 4 vertical gloss panels, never hung, unmarked, half price, asking $150 Ph 53581840 Futon Sofa bed with mattress, GC $300 Ph 0421237043 Gas heater, Rinnai energy saver 551FT, natural gas $600 or best offer Ph 0407649916 Horsham Heart double bed, GC, no mattress $150ono Ph 0428582315 Horn Sewing cabinet $150ono Ph 0428250525 Horsham Household Furniture, couch/futon, 2x entertainment units, student desk, bar stools, bar fridge, EC $250 or will separate Ph 0400573984 Household items, queen size bed metal and wood frame, S/P single mattress, black extendable dining table, 8 chairs, coffee table $350 or will separate Ph 53502280 or 0447660707 Household Package, TV unit, dining table, pinto chairs, 3 drawers lowboy Ph 53822256 or 0429822256 IKEA q/bed frame and slats, as new $195 Ph 53820290 Horsham Juice Extractor, Breville BJE200, new, still in box $80 Ph 53825125 or 0417765017 King size ensemble, Sleep To Live, 1000 series, top of range, as new $1000 Ph 53522057 Kitchen dresser, full size, 3 door, EC $300 Ph 0437718077 Kitchen table, circular, one metre, four metal and one cane chairs $300 Ph 53822911

Kitchen, second hand, timber, includes overhead cupboards, in good order $600 Ph 0498200705 Large Computer Desk, with many compartments, GC $50 Ph 0437706291 Linen Cupboard, H 86cm, W 136cm, D 73cm, EC $220 Ph 53820113

Household Items

Household Items

Marine

Mobility Aids

Motorcycles

Bermuda 3.7m boat, low hours, 25hp Yamaha, fishing deck with seat, nav man fish finder, Dunbier trailer P28669, reg boat ES859 $4200 Ph 0419590657

Loft bed, study desk, wardrobe and drawers, current Forty Winks model, as new condition, ideal for small bedroom, great storage, ‘Lollypop’ mattress included, 1/2 new price $800ono Ph 0437135719 Ararat Lounge suite, 3 seater reclining couch and 2 reclining chairs, chocolate suede $1300ono Ph 0407098010

Lounge suite, 6 piece Tessa T4 premium, leather, EC, 2x2.5 couches, 3 lounge chairs, foot stool and glass top coffee/lamp table, no sun or animal damage $3000 Ph Helen 53911111 or 0427042750 Nhill Lounge suite, cream, 2x 2seaters, 2x 1seater, EC $395 Ph 53981376 Lounge suite, EC, 2x 3 seater sofas with 2 matching Ottomans, autumn tonings $600ono Ph 0429989120 Mattress, DB, in new condition $175 Ph 0427523317 Microwave reduced, Sharp Carousel, R-2312S, never used, still in box, silver $100 Ph 53542787 Natuzzi Lounge suite, VGC, 2 seater and 3 seater, chocolate brown Dream fibre $500ono Ph 0429989120 Nobo reverse cycle, refrigerator cooler and heater, EC $300 Ph 0429897789 Office Desk, s/h, light grey, 150cm x 90cm, 3 drawers, GC, pick up Horsham $160 Ph 0401661363 Outdoor glass table, 5x3, EC $25 Ph 0437718077 Over Mantle, H 132cm, W 116cm, D 15cm, 6 mirrors, antique, handcrafted, EC $500 Ph 53820113 Porcelain floor tiles, off white, 40 tiles, 400x400, still in boxes, suit small bathroom $80 Ph 0418851112 Rayburn woodstove 80189B, most parts $90ono Ph 53547644 Recliner electric St James concept velvet steel, EC $500ono 0467629412

TV Cabinet, Jackaroo, EC, 161cm w x 50h x 63d $250 Ph 0407564307 Horsham TV unit, pine corner, 152cm high $80 Ph 53523172 Ararat Two wooden and metal q/beds with mattresses, a tallboy and two bed sides, VGC $400 or will separate Ph 0588644551 Nhill Vacuum cleaner, Vax Wet and Dry, VGC $60 other bargains Ph 53823211 Washing machine, ASKO 10505, front loader, recently serviced $300 Ph 0409563361 Washing machine, Bosch 5.5kg Classixx, less than a year old, VGC $400neg Ph 0488644551 Nhill Washing machine, Fisher and Paykel, top loader, as new condition $350 Ph 0419000684 Wooden writing table large and a large book shelf, VGC as new $250 Ph 0488644551 Nhill

Savage Avenger 14’’ fibreglass, 90hp Johnson, Bimini, new windscreen, carpet, sport hydrofoil, 12 mth reg, NB968, trailer, LED’s, new tyres, rollers, bearing bud, 12 mth reg, P14435 $4800 Ph 0407979866 Savage Streaker 4.4m, Fibreglass runabout with Yamaha 90HP Marine 2ST OB, rego GF901, easy glide 12’ Dehavilland boat, with 4HP trailer rego P19391 $6000ono Ph Yamaha outboard, OZ012, home 0419319846 made trailer Z11912, reg 05/14 $2000 Ph Nev 53911373

1992 Hallett speed boat, CS635, reg til 14/10/14, 5.1m Revolution, 350hp Chervrolet inboard motor with 268hrs, modified for ski racing, fully marinised, Bilge blower system, spare prop and shaft, all safety equipment, canopy, cover, radio/ CD player, 1992 easy tow tandem trailer, reg til 17/11/14 Q15372 $19,750ono Ph 0408519956 3.4 Savage Boat and trailer, 15hp, Yamaha, F/F, Bimini $3000ono Ph 0414840645 4.29 Sea-way 15’ boat, 40hp merc motor EFI, low hours, all safety gear, 6 life jackets, as new condition, PG727, trailer 063987 2012 model, Bimini cover and cover for motor, 2 rod holders $17,000 Ph 53810806 4.8 Savage Osprey, Yamaha 70hp, approx 20hrs, Garmin fish finder/ GPS, marine radio, electric bilge pump, Anchor, reg AA879, Mackay trailer, EC, reg D26530 $11,500 Ph 0417368363

REDUCED Executive 3 drawer desk, teak laminate desk, EC $150ono Ph 0428564422 Retro brown/cream lounge suite, x2 arm chairs & small 2 seater 5.4 Savage Lancer cubby cab, couch GC $250 Ph 0437760291 115 Mercury, 324hrs deck wash, FM radio, Garmin GPS, compass, Koden colour sounder, UHF, new paint work $13,500ono Ph 0437744630

Samsung fridge/freezer, 23L & 183L, 4yr old, Belling LPG not convertible to natural gas, never been used $1500ono Ph 0432219742 Side Board, H 203cm, W 115cm, D 44cm, 2 mirrors, drawers, doors, antique, EC $500 Ph 53820113 Single bed mattress and base, Sleepmaker Captn’s Choice, as new $250 Ph 53820290 Horsham Single bed, solid timber, with good quality mattress, EC $390ono Ph 0417162420 Timber coffee table, 115cm L, 5cm W x 55cm H, GC $50 Ph 0447010173

Lift chair, Twin Motor, stainguard brown stripe fabric $500ono Ph 53566248 or 0437105422 Brand new 3.4m metal boat, 15hp Mobility scooter, Invacare Auriga motor, Dunbier trailer, aluminium 10, canopy, front and rear brakes, cheque plate floor with mat, all-over GC $1800 Ph 0429181734 cover, 12 months rego til 1/3/14 U99906 $7500 Ph 53840273 after 7pm Motorcycles Kayak, Zambesi 2.6m, inflatable with paddle, seat and pump $195 2006 Honda VTR250, HN130, VGC $3500 Ph 0418911543 Ph 0487227965 2006 Yamaha Peewee 80, EC, hardly used $1450 Ph 0409510232

The Weekly Advertiser welcomes your advertising. We are required strictly by law to include specific information on some items when publishing your advertisement. A snapshot of your obligations are as follows: BOATS All advertisements for boats must include: • Hull number or registration number of the boat If a trailer is included with the boat, the advertisement must also include: • Registration number or chassis number of the trailer.

Stejcraft fibreglass boat, 4.5m, new in chair, Johnston 110hp, electrical tilt motor, fish finder, with trailer, BL105 $4500 Ph 0458121615 Streaker Savage 4.58 Fibreglass, 75 Suzuki, fish finder, 12 months rego boat and trailer, 13” tyres UO293 $6800 Ph 0439739957

2007 Honda Sportrax 400EX, few modifications, EC $4999neg Ph 0428539490 2008 Sym Orbit Scooter, low kms, economical, park anywhere HO903 $1500 Ph 0407861190 or 0414843011 2009 Honda CRF 100F, EC $2300neg Ph 0427894207

Honda CBR1000rr, 05, yoshi, chrome rims, power commander, tyres 90%, ventura rack, 28k, VGC EQ-375 $8900ono Ph 0428918222 Honda CRF70, 2009, EC, VIN JH2GE02U59101014 $1800 Ph 54981332 Honda CRF70F, 07, 10hrs, VGC, VIN# JH2DE02067K007556 $1700ono Ph 0428918222 Honda VT 750 Shadow, 8000kms, black, as new, many extras, 2007/8 model, reg til 9/14, HE003 $6800ono Ph 0409582498 Honda VTR1000 Fire Storm 2003, 7,600kms, BR594, new tyres, RWC, $7000 Ph 0428941264 Kawasaki KLX250H 2007, 2400km, unreg, VIN# JKALXMH177DA19917 $4400 Ph 0428502381 Lake Bolac KX65 2004 model, full engine rebuild 30hrs ago, ring for more information $1200 Ph 0402154476 Quad Bike trailer, 5x3, hardly used $550 Ph 0429200566 Scooter, 2008 Baroni scooter, 125cc petrol, 1100km, VGC, reg 07/14, IS576 REDUCED to $1600 Ph 0408222466 Ararat

Suzuki 2008 GSX650F, LAMS approved, VIN# JSICJ225300100072 10,135km $6500ono Ph 0438318619

98’ BMW R850R, Pannier boxes, 68,500kms, RWC, reg til 08/14 HN143 $4950 Ph 0419913065 CRF 450 X 2008, EC, 2768A $5500 Ph 0418553990 Farm Bike, Honda CT 125cc 1974, great condition for age, ready to ride $700 Ph 0434672909 Rhymney Gas Gas Pampera 400 2006, both Suzuki GSXF, 750cc, VGC, just Mobility Aids tyres near new, EC, comes with serviced, new front, back tyres, new extras $3600ono Ph 0437726831 battery, Ventura pack, 28,000kms, 2 Plega Single Beds, 3ft x 6.8ft, RWC, 12mths reg, ZZ340 touch button controls, back and leg REDUCED $4000 Ph 0458090953 lift with inner spring mattress, EC, cost $4500 each sell $3000ono each Ph 0447539415 4 wheeled Shoprider scooter plus extras, still under warranty, purchased July 2013 for $3500, used approx 6 times, sell for $2500 Goldwing 1500cc, 6cyl, CR711, Ph 0408532537 Horsham 1989 model, includes trailer, 6mths VMX Scramble Bike, CZ Jawa Celebrity mobility scooter, 9mth reg $9000 Ph 0422898036 1972 ‘980’, EC, very reliable and warranty, new batteries, GC $2350 powerful $4750 Ph 0434672909 Ph 0429181734 Rhymney Disability battery electric chair $1800ono Ph 0432480918 Motor Vehicle Electric lift armchair, recliner, Accessories nice green fabric, GC $500ono Ph 1991 EA Falcon parts, front end 0428825553 and wheels, diff wheels, 4 doors, bits and pieces $150 the lot Ph Harley Davidson 2007 Ultra 53545554 Classic, white, 28,000kms, EC, lots of extras IE4TD $23,000ono Ph 2005 onwards Toyota Hilux roll bar alloy sports bar $200ono Ph 0419389076 0400356147 Canopy for Ford Falcon AU Utility, Mako, lockable panel windows, maroon colour $500 Ph 0448571811 Canopy Ute Back to suit std tray, near new cond, $1800 Ph 0418535801 Gopher Celebrity X 2013 model, Cargo Barrier Suit 90’s camry, SW, immaculate condition, used only 4 GC, all fittings $50 Ph 53581840 Harley Davidson Custom, times, cost $3500 sell $2000ono Ph Commodore mags x4, ROH 15x7J, complete work over, wheels, frame, Tony 0409549712 etc. Mtr 96 S&S, certificates, classic AC, with 205.165R15 Maxxis, 5mm motor bike, genuine reason for tread $200 Ph 53583692 selling FT177 $32,000 Ph Rob Flat lid off 07 BF ford Ute, 0419707176 lightning strike, silver, GC $1000 Ph Harley Super-Glide 2009, 1584 cc, 0427128095 6 spd, black and chrome, many Ford XLT hard tonneau cover, extras, EC, HY066 $17,990neg Ph ‘Aurora Blue’, also sports bar with 0428584822 stop light, all as new $2700 or will Honda 1997 XR600R Trail bike, separate Ph 0424652662 road registered 1H1SV $2500 Ph Genuine aluminium roo bar, roof 53826051 or 0429144770 rack, 1355L x 1265W, canopy, Gopher, Invacare-Comet Alpine, Honda CBR250RR, 1990, rego 16780L x 1780W, suit 2005 V2 top of the range, immaculate August 2014, 24,000km, VGC, Holden 1 tonne Ute $650 will condition, used for only 3 months, learner legal, VP147 $2990 Ph separate Ph 53852638 Murtoa still in warranty, cost $5000 sale 0427094601 Hard lid cover, to suit 2008 dual $3800 Ph 0417101840 Kate Honda CRF450R 2010, suit new cab Hilux $200 Ph 0418553990 Gopher, Pride Ultamate 4 wheel buyer $5000 Ph 0408250032 Kaniva $1200 Ph 0422718989 Ararat Honda CRF50F motor bike, Mitsubishi Triton hard lid and roll Gopher, Showrider, GC $1800 Ph EC, hardly used $1500ono Ph bars, suits GLX-R model, blue, EC 53823891 or 0408949692 Horsham 0428861048 $1000 Ph 0434557919

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Motor Vehicle Accessories

Genuine Mitsubishi aluminium nudge bar, suits Pajero, all fittings $325ono Ph 0427851410 Motorbike Trailer, 3 Bike, new tyres, jellybean mags, led lights, ready to use $700 Ph 0434672909 Rhymney New 16” Cooper Discover S/T 26575R16 tyre on new s-stud Sunraysia wheel, never been on road, suitable for landcruiser $300 Ph 53522849

Personalised plates, slim line x 2, TBLUE1 $850neg Ph 0429136918 AH Nhill Roof Racks to fit Pajero Wagon and Land Rover Defender Wagon $600 will separate Ph 53882274 Sports bar, 75mm Alloy tradesman suitable for VU Commodore Ute $250ono Ph 0439610481 Tow bar for BA-BF Sedan, rated 1600kg auto, 1200kg manual $100 Ph 0400917978 Ute canopy, silver Flexiglass to suit Mazda Xtra cab, ladder rack, hood lining, VGC $1750 Ph 0487227965 VE wagon tow bar, incl wiring and new tongue and ball $250 Ph Nathan 0418657247 Horsham White BF Ford Ute tub, GC $400 Ph 0429909290

Motor Vehicles Under $3,000

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Holden VN V/6, completely repainted, as new, mags, no reg, side skirts, rear spoiler, vin# 6H8VNH19HNL527251 $2950 Ph 0428210131 HQ Belmont Ute, GC though currently not running, restoration project, eng no 161H25964 $2500 Ph 0447535276 Mitsubishi Magna 1988, new gear box, new drive shaft, no RWC, no reg, VIN# TN2H41VG12050523 $500ono Ph 0423946779 Subaru wagon, manual, modal 1994, tow bar, cargo bar, roof rack, AC, engine number # 143110 $2500ono Ph 0428504558

2006 Mitsubishi 380 limited edition, auto, full electrics, Bluetooth, reversing sensors, 70,000kms, blue, RWC, UIO326 $8500 Ph 0427542528 2007 Hyundai Sante Fe Elite, auto, 2.2DT, great family car, full and regular service history, RWC, rego 05/14, sun roof, tow bar, 304,834kms UUS003 $7000ono Ph 0422587091 95 XG Ford Ute, 4-spd auto, near new exhaust & tires, fiberglass canopy, just over 263,000km on clock, no rego, VIN# 6FPAAAJLCMSE23078 $3000ono Ph 0419118788 Dimboola AU Ford XLS Ute, 5L V8, auto, mint condition, 1 owner, dark blue, super cab, RWC, QID050 $10,000ono Ph 0487700251 BF Ford XL XTRA Cab Ute, all in good nic, 2006 model, 256,000kms, white, new rear tyres, reverse camera, Dickie seat ZHQ491 $7990 Ph 0411450027 Bus, Isuzu 1984, 40’, 6BD1 turbo 5.7L diesel, manual 5 speed, runs well, ex Christians, chassis ECR5702506177 $10,000ono Ph 53521854 AH Dual Cab Hilux 2001, cruise control, CD player FTI282 $6500 Ph Scott 0409490522

Toyota Dyna RU12 SWB 2-Ton, inc Tieman 1000lb lift, runs well, QRL326 $3000 Ph 0418529907 Toyota Hilux Ute with trade rack, vin # JT731RN8509000595 $2800 Ph 53823185 Ute Mazda Bravo 93, dual fuel, white, twin cab, later motor good order, gear box needs bearing, no rust, parts or goer, vinJMOUFY86300 $900 Ph 53824038 or 0427322623

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000 1997 Rodeo LX 2WD Ute, 2.6L petrol motor, 231,000kms, RWC, reg til 02/15, 8’x6’ aluminium tray, GC RVD128 $3500 Ph 0497702238

Motor Vehicles Under $3,000 1985 XF Falcon Ute, runs well, good tires, no reg, Serial# 34241C $1000ono Ph 0422173617 1986 Ford Laser, 5 door hatch, manual, goes good, as is, no reg or RWC, eng no # UK4RGJ947L $400 Ph 53545554 1991 Toyota Camry Sedan, manual, goes good, as is, no reg or RWC, top wheels and Kumho tyres, eng no # 3S8137891 $400 Ph 53545554

1998 Mitsubishi Sedan, Verada, 210,000kms, white, GSH with Wilson Bolton MM099 $3500 RWC $3000ono no RWC Ph 53822613 or 0427828420 1998 Volvo V-40 Wagon, EC, leather upholstery, 191,183kms RYU263 $6000neg Ph 0414874513 1999 Nissan Terrano, 7 seater, 4x4 wagon, 2.7D, 180,000kms, VGC, PLH764 $6000ono Ph 0439639747 2000 Holden VT Sedan, white, auto, V6, dual fuel, always serviced, UHJ200, VGC $2450ono Ph 0435087251 or 53825569 2002 Statesman International, V8, auto, leather interior with all options, 211,280km, reg 04/14, YZJ963 $5500ono Ph 0407917903 2003 Ford BA Futura, factory gas, auto, cruise, tinted windows, rear spoiler TAA530 $6250 Ph 0407861190 or 0414843011 2005 Hyundai Getz, 2 door, manual, red, 30,000kms, immaculate, one owner, UGK606 $8,500 inc RWC Ph 0447398338

1993 Corolla Sedan, manual, 221,000kms, tidy, mechanically sound, reg til 01/15 UMS985 $1990 Ph 0438523758 Ararat 1995 Ford Falcon wagon, great paddock basher, no rego NRM927 $500 Ph 0403733617 Moyston 1995 Jeep Cherokee limited, full leather, electrics, 4x4, HD towing, elec brakes on gas, 260,000kms RLB267 $2900neg Ph 0408531621 1995 SAAB 9000CD, 157,000km, Abs brakes, 2 airbags, RWC, good order, no further use PLW450 $2900ono Ph 0408504613 or 53825508 1996 Saab 900S, 5 door hatch, 5spd man, 6 stack CD, GC, alloy wheels, 2005 VZ Commodore Lumina, 17’ no reg, VIN# YS3DD55V7T202355 wheels, blue, 177k, VGC, TCB677 $1000ono Ph 0422173617 $7950ono Ph 0428918222 AAAAA - $1000 MUST SELL REDUCED 1997 GL Ford Falcon The Weekly Advertiser Sedan, auto, white, near new tyres, welcomes your advertising. tow bar, GC, neat vehicle, OCO140, We are required strictly by law reg 06/14 $1000 Ph 0438522375 to include specific information Ararat on some items when Daewoo NUBRIA wagon, 98, publishing your advertisement. green, cheap to run, goes well, A snapshot of your obligations manual, eng# 7851965 $1400ono are as follows: Ph 0417578896 ROAD VEHICLES Datson 1 tonne Ute, 128,000kms, petrol, steel tray, unregistered, GC, All advertisements for road ideal run about for farm, eng no # vehicles must include a price, as well as: J15713843 $750 Ph 0428911273 A registration number, if Ford Sedan Aull Forte 2001, auto, • registered dual fuel, no rust, VGC, QQQ752 • Either an engine number, $2500 Ph 0488185211 VIN or chassis number Holden Apollo SLE’92, auto, A/C, p/ if the vehicle is not steer and windows, towbar, 219kms, registered. GC, no reg or RWC, XIY411 $750 Ph 53820446 AH Holden VN Commodore Sedan, manual, runs well, body rough, VIN# 6H8VNK1HLL416931 $1000 Ph 0419589583

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Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Falcon EB, auto air, power steer, original condition, goes well, new tyres, RWC, FCJ323 $1700 Ph 0409253901 Ford Courier 2002 space cab, 22,000kms, VGC, manual, 4x4 bull bar, turbo diesel, aluminium tray, XVZ508 $9500 Ph 0407851798 Ford Courier GL 2001, 4x4 dual cab Ute turbo diesel, canopy, drawers, heavy duty tow bar, UHF, air-con, may include full length roof rack, 16” black Sunraysier rims, 255,000kms QWV379 $5500 for fast sale Ph 0427522972 Ford Fairmont Sedan 2003, 266,000kms, reg til 03/15, 2 new tyres, RWC, EC, UAL532 $5500ono Ph 53524379 AH Ford Falcon AU, 99’ model, only 59,500kms, 1 owner, local ford service, reg til 03/15, EC, PHK418 $3750ono Ph 53584129 or 0431729928 Ford Falcon BA XT wagon, 2004, 265,000kms, silver, auto, t/wind, tow pack, ACE, Anderson point in rear for charging FRR225 $5000 Ph 0439567982 Ford Focus 2004, manual, white, A/C, 215,000kms, RWC, reg 07/14 SZR668 REDUCED $3000 Ph 0428304554

Ford Focus Zetec, hatchback, 2006, manual, 120,000km, charcoal grey, full service history, KIRBZ7 REDUCED $8,990 Ph 0429955649 Ford Futura wagon, 153,000kms, EC, SGT943 $6500 changed number Ph 0407686905 GQ Patrol auto, 250,000kms, dual fuel/battery, drives well, roof cage, vin# JN10WGY60A0016753 $4000 Ph 0409859717 Stawell HJ 1 Tonner, unfinished project, a lot of new parts, extra cab, VIN VHJ14009M $2500 Ph 0422066348

Hyundai Elantra 2001, auto, 187,000kms, ideal first car RDB911 $3500 Ph 0428504873 Magna 1998 TF, GC, RWC, 153,000kms, 4 new tyres, reg til 07/14 WDH370 $3250 Ph 53549281 Mercedes Benz, 300ce 24, 1991 collectors item, 5spd auto, sunroof, 2 door coupe, EC, nice mags, tyres, as new, drives beautifully, tinted windows, white over light grey YTL458 $6000 Ph 0419388612 or 53583324

Mazda Tribute 2002 model, 150,000kms, 12 months rego RJD025 $8900ono Ph 0417189407

Mitsubishi Triton 1992, dual cab, olive green, manual, A/C, unleaded petrol/gas, tinted windows, tow bar, bull bar, CD player, removable canopy, reg 12/03/14 PJH566 $7000 Ph 0467791003 Nissan Pulsar 2005, one owner, 5 speed, 6 months reg, 169,812kms TQK691 $6900 Ph 0428884252 Nissan Pulsar ST.L 2005, 5 speed manual, EC, 9 months rego, 119684kms, one female owner TWH700 $7000 Ph 0416032617 SS Commodore 2001, VGC, red, 190,000km, 6 speed, ZKG125 $8500 Ph 0428913235 Statesman 2000 WH, super charge V6, 320,000kms, RWC, UHX224 $4300 Ph 0418891872 Toyota Hilux dual cab, 97’, 4x4, 2.8 diesel, fibre glass canopy, bull bar YQQ225 $9500ono Ph 0400886113 VS 1996 white Commodore, 6 seater, column shift, alloy wheels, new tyres, reg 06/14, GC, 160,000kms on engine YIY778 $1600 Ph 0422114286 VY Commodore 2003 white Berlina, HSV clubsport body kit, 195,000kms WZN491 $7500ono Ph 0407098010

White Daihatsu Toyota Sirion 5 door hatch, long registration, just had full service, new tyres, 1.3GTVI, zippy but uses 6L/100km, under 150k kms, cold air, power everything, exceptionally clean inside ZZG051 $2600 Ph 53825323 or 0429133411

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000 2002 Nissan X-Trail TI, reg til 17/10/14, 5 speed manual, t/ bar, roof rack, nudge bar UQI518 $11,000ono Ph 0428861002 2002 Patrol wagon, ST 4.8 manual, dual fuel, long range fuel tank, lightforce driving lights, B/B, new BF good ridge tyres, 12mths rego, GC, 162,000kms ZSH275 $18,000 Ph 0417147265 2004 Rodeo twin cab with canopy, 3.5 V6, auto, VG order ZGZ473 $10,500 Ph 55861352 or 0406548700 2004 S2 UY Calais, lowered, exhaust, 19’s, sat nav, stereo, olive green, 5-7 V8 auto JAZSIC $11,500neg Ph 0427315122 2005 Mazda 3 SP23, 136,000kms, 6 months reg, RWC, A/C, P/S, climate control, leather interior TOG825 $13,000 Ph 0431945901 2008 Toyota Aurion, 6spd, auto, only 70,000km, full leather interior, near new tyres, 8 months reg, RWC, WHK793 $17,000 Ph 0419000684 2008 Toyota Camry Altise, sakana silver, auto, 111,393kms, RWC, tow bar, EC, reg til 11/14 XUI743 $12,300ono Ph 0428363103 Jeparit

2009 VE Commodore International Wagon, all leather interior, auto, cruise, Bluetooth, tow bar, 18’’ alloys, 1 owner, full service history, reg til 11/14, 185,000kms XIG206 $14,500ono Ph 0409952966

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Motor Vehicles over $20,000

2007 Navara ST-X black dual cab ute, turbo diesel, auto, Bluetooth, new tyres fitted, tinted windows, ladderax side steps, nudge bar, roof racks, engine done 90,000kms, will be sold with RWC, YIR429 BMW 330ci Steptronic $22,000ono Ph 0447179778 Convertible 2001, sat nav, TV, 4 seater electric heated leather, elec roof, fully optioned, QYB480 $15,300ono Ph 0428918222 Falcon FG XT, 2009 auto, metallic, kashmir duco, dedicated factory LPG, alloy wheels, CC, TB, mp3, CD, iPod aux, 120, 000km, reg 2007 Toyota Tarago, 3.5L V6 GLX, 07/2014, RWC, new tyres, full 7 seats, near new tyres, reg til maintenance service YMQ598 02/14, EC, 73,000kms WLY917 $29,000ono Ph 0413937482 $13,500ono Ph 0467249187 Falcon Utility FG R6 2009, 2008 Toyota Kluger KXS, blue, sensation blue, automatic, leather seats, reverse camera, reg dedicated gas, alloys, all extras, 08/14, RWC, WPU427 $26500 Ph 81,000kms, one careful owner, EC, 0425622393 WYO985 $13,750 Ph 0421822535 2009 SS Ute, green, 6 speed, auto, Ford BA XR8 2004, 117,000km, 35,500kms, new tyres, EC, WZF228 purple, leather interior, DVD, $25,000 Ph 0428282843 auto, RWC, TTI758 $9990ono Ph 2010 Mercedes Benz M Class SUV, black AMG blue, currently 0412880201 Ford FG Utility, 6 cyl, auto, AC, registered, near new tyres, owned PS, tow bar, 18” alloys, sports from new, end of lease sale, vin # bar, tonneau cover, 100,000kms, wdc1641222a565559 $59,900ono XR6 front bumper, EC, 1AV7FT Ph 0418518710 Stawell $15,000ono Ph 0408272406 Moyston Holden 2008 VE Commodore Phantom black, 60th anniversary V6 auto sedan, Bluetooth, reverse sensors, 8 airbags, ABS, cruise control, auto lights, leather seats, electric drivers seat and mirrors, 18’’ factory alloy wheels, reg til 05/14, Ford MKII Utility 2012, auto, A/C, one female owner, always garaged, tonneau, 18,404kms, balance of RWC, in showroom condition, first warranty, reg and more, ZHH790, to see will buy, only 38,621kms also available camp frame and WIA972 $18,990 Ph 53566382 canvas to suit $21,500neg or will Holden Commodore Sport separate Ph 0419579233 Wagon International, 2010, auto V6, 100,797kms, Evoke grey, leather seats, ESCABS cruise, electric windows and mirrors, 18” alloy wheels, full size spare, iPod connectivity, RWC, reg til 07/15 XUM982 $19,990 Ph 0437896626 Holden Statesman V8, Dec 2004, Holden VE SSV Sedan 2010, 100,000km, silver, 10 months V8, auto, leather trim, cruise, dual reg, full service history, SXW928 climate and electrics, GTS exhaust, VCM intake and professionally $15,400 Ph 0418146265 tuned, EC, RWC, ZQA426 $30,000ono Ph 0400048550 Prime Mover, 1992 Scania, 113M, HYD, BRTT, clean skin tyres, EC, 47672F $30,000inc GST Ph 0407632371 Sline Truck, 1990 model, integrated Holden VY Ute, Sept 03, S-pack, sleeper, 400 Cummins, 13 spd auto, SS interior, red, lady driver, airbags, hydraulics, brtt and bulbar, good tyres, EC, 160,000kms, RWC, 64475F $24,200 0408588652 ZNU971 REDUCED $10,500ono Ph 0428861022 Honda Accord BCI Luxury 2009, 80,500kms, EC, polish metal, auto, sunroof, leather seats, climate control, new tyres, full service history, one owner, WXD955 $20,000ono Ph 0419338152

Kia Cerato SLI 2010, one lady owner, only 17,000kms, driver, passenger and side curtain airbags front and rear, automatic transmission, full leather interior with rear seat covers, CD player, iPod compatible, mag wheels including full size spare, full factory fitted body kit, full roadworthy, fully serviced, near new condition XVG992 $16,900 Ph 0409940161 Mercedes Benz SUV 2001 ML 500, EC, tow bar, electric brakes, long reg RAC357 $19,500 Ph 0428210131

Motor Vehicles over $20,000 1960 Cadillac Fleetwood, black Limo, amazing history, comes with LIMO-60 plates, RHD, ready for club rego, vin # 60R055207 $29,500ono Ph 0418518710 Stawell 1964 Cadillac Eldorado, white convertible with white roof, comes with ELDO-64 plate, LHD, ready for club rego, vin # 64E135619 $27,000ono Ph 0418518710 Stawell 1981 Corvette, deep burgundy in colour, 350 4 speed, LHD, ready for club rego, vin # KN49 $27,500ono Ph 0418518710 Stawell

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4WD 2000 Mitsubishi Triton dual cab tray, 4WD, V6 LPG, 5sp, white, tinted windows, bulbar, drive lights, tyres 70%, A/C, B/tooth, 296,000kms, no RWC, SKC657 $6400ono Ph 0419543815 Horsham Colorado 2008 diesel crewcab, 135,000kms, 1 owner, service history, e.brakes, a.plug $19,500 Ph 0423464800 Holden Rodeo 2006 LX, dual cab, 4WD, 3L turbo diesel, 5 speed manual, many extras, 156,000kms, reg til 3/15 TYE733 $17,000ono Ph 53502339 Holden Rodeo, LT, 2008, dual cab, 4x4, 3lt turbo diesel, manual, 120,000kms, ironman BB, snokel, TB, tonneau cover ZTW004 $22,000 Ph 0437195432 Hyundai Terracan 2006 SLX turbo diesel auto, 7 seats, e/brakes, 94,000kms, UZP347 $14,000 Ph 0497609944 Nissan Navara STX Ute, Dec 2007, manual, 12mths reg, 101,000kms, all extras, EC, WCH991 $24,990ono Ph 0428911273 Suzuki Grand Vitara 2006, 2.7lt V6 manual, VGC, tow bar, 89,000km, reg 06/14, RWC, UFF051 $16,500 Ph 0432525652

Musical Instruments Brass trumpet, Yamaha, genuine, students with black carry case, EC $500 Ph 0417162420 Drum kit, Black Peace, 5 piece drum kit $550ono Ph 0407043917 Drum kit, DXP 5 drums, 2 cymbals inc stool, sticks and covers, VGC only $350 Ph 53585715

Musical Instruments Fender Strat Squier, cherry red, immaculate condition, RRP $430 sell $285 Ph 0432502452 Organ Yamaha, pick up $300 Ph 0404656392 Stawell Organ, electric Yamaha Electrone, model S/be A-55F, VGO $250 Ph 53523542

Pearl Forum drum kit, 5 piece, red wine colour, paiste cymbals with stands, stools and pedals, GC $500 Ph 0400049439 Piano Beale, 108cm upright, light walnut, 142Wx55D, EC, suit new buyer $1800 Ph 0417558774 Piano Thurmer Upright, EC, with stool $3200 Ph Bryce 0418175930 to arrange inspection, Horsham Piano, Randal upright, with stool, recently tuned $2200 Ph 0437008528 Piano, Thumer, compact, GC, located in Horsham $1500 Ph 0429897789 Wertheim Piano, steel frame, ivory keys, GC $850 Ph 0437760291 Yamaha Organ, stool and double keyboard, B4B series $200ono Ph 53852201

Real Estate 105 Acres Ararat, close to town, enquires Ph 0438389622 25 acres, run down house, shearing shed and yards, very good garden soils, yabbie dam $120,000ono Ph 53931451 or 0478412784 4-BR House, 36.5 Acres, hobby farm, $400,000ono Ph 0404157484 Ararat Allotments - Halls Gap. Proven area for sound investment. Fully serviced. Average size 1200m². Magnificent views. From $105,000. Ph 0447582100 Block for sale, Nelson VIC, flat allotment, approx 859sq/m, great location, with bay view REDUCED $105,000 Ph 0429838793 Farm Barn for removal 12.2 x 6.1m fair condition, 35km east Horsham $1200 or best offer Ph 0427843231 Halls Gap cheapest block, great location, must sell, reduced $20,000 to $69,000 Ph 0418387595 House for Removal from Douglas, weatherboard, 4 bdr, GC, bathroom and kitchen reno, inspections welcome $12,000 Ph 55880239 AH

House for removal, 4 bedroom weatherboard, 2 rooms VG pressed tin, reasonable offers considered Ph 0427981348 House for Removal, 4 bedrooms, aluminium clad, weatherboard, 10mins from Horsham, reasonable offers considered Ph 53822495

Reduced Ararat Area, charming open plan d/brick loft home, situated on approx 2 ac, town water, electricity, gas cooking, two bedrooms, dam, orchard, shedding, landscaped, absolute privacy $265,000neg www. anniescountryretreat.blogspot. com Ph Anne 0403733617 or Bev 0447670297 Solar cottage at Chetwynd, on 1 acre, 20 mins from Harrow/ Edenhope $205,000neg Ph Robyn 55831585 Wal Wal Land, 145 acres for sale, on 3 titles Ph 53596244

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Bowls, set of green Master Powers, minimum bias, size 4H, 1 season old, colour speckled blue $450 Ph 0417302688 Cross Trainer, Proteus Fitness EEC-1950, VGC $500ono Ph 0428846279 Gym equipment, cable machine incline/decline bench, free weights, dumb bells, other accessories $150 the lot Ph 0418851112 Ladies Golf clubs, Cougar, only used 3 times, EC $200ono Ph 0419180196 Treadmill, Horizon Fitness, EC Sound & Vision $450 Ph 0429897789 Bass Amp, Gallien Krueger, 400RB York Challenger Treadmill, EC $400ono Ph 0429349771 combo, 15’’, with back liner, 4 x 10 bin, near new condition, $1200 Ph York Fitness Compact 1, 12 weights, 10LB - 120LB, leg and arm 0428837235 pulls $250 Ph 0488068251 Camera, Sony 16.1mp, DSC-TF1, brand new $100 Ph 0438561361 Wanted To Buy Canon 600D, digital camera, creative kit, 18-55,55-250,50mm, 90-300lens, 420ex flash, bag, tripod Family van, bunks up the front, double/queen bed at the back, pull $750 Ph 53857692 out awning with full annexe, early Digital karaoke Juke Box for sale to mid 2000’s, prefer Coromal or (or hire), digital, LCD screen, from Jayco Dual axle 17-18’, neat and $1800 Ph 0419563479 tidy, pop-top or full van Ph Nathan Panasonic 15” rear projection TV, 0418657247 not digital, great for kids games Wood Lathe quality machine $120ono Ph 0427853494 required Ph 0407340386 Sony mini system CD player, tape Yamaha P95 keyboard, fully deck, radio $130 Ph 53523853 or weighted keys, head phones 53523172 portable Ph 0431649531

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New arrivals Ryder Nitschke

Warracknabeal couple Dave and Rikki Nitschke welcomed their third child, Ryder James Nitschke, at Wimmera Base Hospital on March 16, 2014 weighing 3820 grams. Ryder has a big sister Machie, 6, and big brother Karter, 4. Welcome Ryder!

Jackson Papst-Wills

Jackson Andrew Papst-Wills arrived at Wimmera Base Hospital on November 29, 2014 weighing 2790 grams. Jackson is a son of Rachael Papst and a baby brother for Alexandra, 3 years. Welcome Jackson!

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Amity Simmons

Big sister Chelsea, 22 months, welcomed her baby sister Amity Isabel Simmons into the world on January 7, 2014 weighing 3610 grams. Amity was born at Wimmera Base Hospital and is the second daughter for Horsham couple Adam and Sarah Simmons. Welcome baby Amity!

Riley McGregor

Tyrone McGregor and KerriAnne Clarke of Warracknabeal, are thrilled to announce the arrival of their first son, Riley Kenneth McGregor. Riley was born at Wimmera Base Hospital on March 13, 2014 weighing a healthy 3680 grams. Welcome Riley!

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Yendall double in raid on SA

accelerating hard, showing her class and scoring by a narrow margin on the post.

Griffiths in Ararat success

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orsham jockey Dean Yendall made a rare appearance at Morphettville last Saturday, riding a double.

Yendall teamed with leading trainer Darren Weir and when together they are a formidable combination. Firstly, Yendall was aboard six-year-old stallion Corvidae in the Sportingbet Handicap over 1250 metres. Yendall bounced the son of Marmottan out of the machines going straight to the lead, dictating the race beautifully. After enjoying a soft run out in front, Corvidae showed too much zip in the straight, scoring an all-the-way win. The second leg of Yendall’s double came in the last event, The City of Marion Handicap over 1000 metres aboard Hotel Sierra, also for the Weir stable. Yendall placed the daughter of Argentinean pocket rocket Estambul into the box seat, enjoying a trouble-free run behind the leaders. Turning for home Yendall gave Hotel Sierra clear galloping room, which the mare relished,

Cranbourne trainer Robbie Griffiths took accolades at last Monday’s Ararat meeting with a winning double. The first of Griffiths’ successes came in the Tigers Reunion maiden plate over 1108 metres with three-year-old Laguna Vista. Jockey Ryan Maloney afforded the filly sired by Charge Forward a gun ride, sitting on the pace for most of the event. Once in the straight Laguna Vista strode up boldly while being urged along by Maloney and took the lead. In a tough display Laguna Vista scored by a long neck on the post. Griffiths’ winning ways continued in the 1608-metre maiden plate when he and hoop Dean Holland combined with Va Hala. In similar fashion to Maloney previously, Holland put his hand up for ride of the day, hugging the rail aboard the God’s own gelding. After rounding the home turn Va Hala put the foot down and dashed clear. The three-year-old powered away to score by 1.5 lengths. Both of these horses will be nice money spinners for their connections moving forward. Horsham jockeys Holly McKechnie and Dean Yendall also rode winners at the meeting on Snow Jewell and Lavasova for trainers Ricky Bruhn and Darren Weir respectively.

Sport Steffensen pursues Gift Commonwealth Games gold medalist John Steffensen will take on a new challenge at this year’s Stawell Gift when he runs in a 550-metre event.

It will be the first time the 400-metre specialist takes on the distance at Stawell. Steffensen has chosen the WH Earle Handicap 550-metre race as part of his training for middle-distance races, as he attempts to make the transition into 800m racing. “At this stage of my career I need new challenges to keep things fresh,” Steffensen said. “The 800m has always been an event I felt I could do. I know I certainly have a lot to do before I become a serious competitor at 800m and the 550m distance at Stawell is an ideal stepping stone for an old 400m runner like me looking to increase my range.” This will year’s Stawell Gift be Steffensen’s third. “I’ve always had a great time at Stawell, racing in the unique competitive environment of handicap racing on grass in front of a large enthusiastic crowd. There is no other meeting like it.”

Former Australian champion Lauren Wells and Bendigo International Madison Carnival 400-metre winner Cameron Moss will join Steffensen.

Stars on the track Steffensen is the latest highprofile athlete to confirm their participation in the Gift carnival, at Central Park from April 18 to 21. National sprint star Melissa Breen is running in the Gift and dual 400-metre hurdles world champion Jana Pittman will use this year’s Stawell Gift as part of her preparations to compete at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. This year Pitman, as part of a bobsleigh team, became the first Australian female to compete at both a summer and winter Olympic Games. She will compete in the Lorraine Donnan 400-metre Women’s Handicap. “I’m thrilled to be able to launch my campaign for the Rio Olympics at such a prestigious event,” she said. “The Stawell Gift has always held a special place in Australian athletics and it will be an honour to compete alongside some of the best

sprinters in this country. “It is going to be a long hard road back to track and there are no certainties. An event like this is the perfect platform to set a benchmark to work off. “Considering I haven’t run over 120 metres in two years it will also be a real challenge to make the distance.” The last two Gift winners Andrew Robinson and Matthew Wiltshire have a tough job of trying to the win the event with handicappers pulling them back to less than four metres from scratch. In handicaps announced yesterday Robinson will run from 3.5 metres and Wiltshire 3.75m. Victorian champion Joel Bee is this year’s backmarker off 0.75, Matt Carter is off 1.25 and Jake Hammond, 1.5. Women’s national sprint champion Breen, hoping to become the first woman to make semi-finals, will run off 10 metres. Other backmarkers: Andrew James McCabe 2.0, Jordan Caldow 2.5, Alex Carew, Lee Forrest 3.0, Luke Stevens, Nathan Riali, Andrew Robinson, Gary Finegan 3.5.

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SPORT report Laharum to continue dazzling start By GRANT KUCHEL

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aharum will continue its premiership favouritism in the shadow of the Grampians in Horsham District Football League this weekend by brushing Rupanyup aside.

Rupanyup will have some confidence after posting its first win of the year last week but, in sounding like a broken record, few if any sides can cover big Demon forwards in Dylan Parish, Rhys Bennett, Jason Przibilla and Shannon Argall. Rupanyup’s backline led by Scott Reading, Aaron Matthews and James Gray will be

praying for a lot of midfield pressure to at least give them a fighting chance. Rupanyup struggles with depth and if Nathan Sachse doesn’t play a lot of extra pressure comes on the likes of Andrew Tyler, James Delahunty, Scott Niewand and David Lang to assume control around the stoppages. They also need to negates the Laharum on-ballers led by the tough Robbie Miller, hard-running Daniel Easson and nuggety Zac Price. Rupanyup will give a solid contest but depth and class will see the Demon’s cream rise to the top and ensure they remain

KEY: Laharum recruit Dylan Parish.

Round 3 – Saturday, April 12 Laharum v Rupanyup Natimuk United v Taylors Lake Swifts v Edenhope-Apsley Kalkee v Harrow-Balmoral Noradjuha-Quantong v Pimpinio unbeaten after three rounds.

Southern Roos Harrow-Balmoral will try to keep pace with the Demons when it makes the trek out to the windswept plains of Kalkee and faces an opponent yet to taste the spoils of victory this season. Both sides will enjoy playing on the renovated ground which has come up in first-class condition and the home side will need every advantage to take down the in-form Roos. Callum Hobbs has been in top form for Harrow-Balmoral, posting two best-on-ground performances in the opening two rounds. Finding a matchup for the hard-running midfielder might give Kalkee some grief. If Oliver Young returns to the Kalkee side he might get first crack at stopping Hobbs. Kalkee will want a big performance from some of its lesser lights in Jordan Johns, Matt Nield and Zavier Hobbs to take the pressure off the likes of Steve Schultz, Josh Mibus and Paul Christian.

Roos Tim Cogger and Brent Penny have been potent in getting a winning score on the board and if Anthony Close gets into the act the Kalkee backline will again face the heat. The pressure will be right on the Kees to find the right formula otherwise they will face a 0-3 start to the season.

Home ground Swifts will enjoy a home game at Stawell for the third week in a row as it prepares to take on fellow unbeaten side Edenhope-Apsley, which makes the longest trek in the league. Swifts, led by joint coaches Ben Martin and Paul Hanns have the points on the board early in the season and Edenhope-Apsley will quickly know it is in a tough, hard contest. Brent Christie and Dave McLeish lead a dynamic Saints midfield and the battle against Ricky Whitehead and Scott Carey will go a long way to deciding the winner of the contest.

The return of Brett Hargreaves is a huge fillip for the Swifts side. The big ruckman showed when last playing in the Baggies jumper that his ability to win the aerial duels and also push forward and kick goals contributed to many a Swifts victory. Jeremy Kealy and Grant Coxon will need to be in top form to negate the mobile bigman. Given the game is at Stawell, the Baggies should enter the contest with their noses in front as slight favourites and a chance to start the season in flying form.

Win up for grabs

Two sides chasing their first win of the year clash at Quantong, as Noradjuha-Quantong hosts Pimpinio. The Bombers should come away with the victory through the efforts of Brian Harrison, Matt Ward, Sam Weddell and Jason Kerr. Pimpinio looks to be in for a long tough season. Alex Hill is the leader of the backline and it may be that the Tigers need to throw Cam Dempster into centre half back to provide more stability for the younger Tigers. Dylan Baker has been playing a lone hand up forward with another five goals last week and he and Brady King will have a solid tussle. If King holds Baker to under five goals the Bombers will win easily.

Adam Jolley should give first use of the ball to the Bombers and with Kerr, Byrne and Ward operating around his feet, Watson and Harrison should see plenty of supply. Pimpinio will need to run the Bombers hard to be in the game and coach Mal Coutts will want Darcy O’Connor, Dylan Arnott and Todd O’Connor to give his side plenty of drive across the middle if they are to create an upset.

United chance

Natimuk United will look to break the ice against Taylors Lake which will be chasing its second win in three starts this season. The newly-formed Natimuk United is yet to taste the sweet success of victory and it will have to wait another week unless it can contain Deek Roberts, Pat Purcell and Dean Harberger. Tim Friend has led from the front for the Rams but has lacked support. Jono Lovell put his hand up last week and needs to string a few consistent games in a row together while Bryce Hateley and Ash Pekin need some of the pressure taken off them from team-mates. Taylors Lake couldn’t put a win on the board last season but one would expect them to have two wins from three games after this weekend.

ACROSS THE LEAGUES

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SURROUNDED: Natimuk United’s Bryce Hateley bursts through a pack of Edenhope-Apsley Saints on Saturday. Pictures: WILLAMY IMAGES

Last week: Laharum 37-16 (238) d Taylors Lake 8.7 (55), Harrow-Balmoral 22.21 (153) d Noradjuha-Quantong 9.6 (60), Edenhope-Apsley 11.20 (86) d Natimuk United 4.5 (29), Swifts 17.11 (113) d Kalkee 14.13 (97), Rupanyup 13.16 (94) d Pimpinio 8.6 (54). Ladder: Harrow-Balmoral 8 points, 341.76 percent; Edenhope-Apsley 8, 276.19; Laharum 8, 238.41; Swifts 8, 143.95; Taylors Lake 4, 64.15; Rupanyup 4, 58.96; Kalkee 0, 88.24; Pimpinio 0, 55.14; Natimuk United 0, 44.72; Noradjuha-Quantong 0, 38.46.

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Last week: Beulah 24.15 (159) d Hopetoun 4.6 (30), Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers 16.10 (106) d Walpeup-Underbool 11.10 (76), Woomelang-Lascelles 18.7 (115) d Ouyen United 11.11 (77). Ladder: Beulah 4, 530; WoomelangLascelles 4, 149.35; Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers 4, 139.47; Walpeup-Underbool 0, 71.70; Ouyen United 0, 66.96; Hopetoun 0, 18.87; Jeparit-Rainbow 0, 0.

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SPORT report Intrigue surrounds competition start By Dean lawson

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Wimmera Football League season-opening round this weekend carries an unusually high degree of regional expectation.

DASH: Horsham midfielder John Wood is one of many talented running players for the Demons.  Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

With the crowning of Dimboola as the new benchmark outfit last year, ending Horsham’s decadelong domination of the competition, there is a renewed sense of opportunity. It remains to be seen, but judging from a pre-season build-up and the thoughts of club leaders counting down to this Saturday, everyone from long-term fans to the weekend warriors are predicting a close and hard-fought season. Horsham United has gone from the competition, taking with it a bye, which means all clubs will be in action every weekend until the finals later in the year. And a league decision to maintain a top five regardless of the new eight-team line-up means all but three teams will play in the finals. Most clubs have generated interest and while Dimboola and Horsham again loom as stand-outs before a siren sounds, there have been rumblings from the south and to the east with a renewed air of confidence oozing from MinyipMurtoa, Stawell and Ararat. Word sifting down from the edge of the southern Mallee is that Warrack Eagles, never too far away from action at the top of the leaderboard, will also be sharp, Horsham Saints again look strong and we all wait with interest to see

Round 1 – Sat, April 12 Dimboola v Horsham Saints Horsham v Warrack Eagles Ararat v Nhill Minyip-Murtoa v Stawell what what sort of team Nhill has managed to pull together. The season starts with a string of fascinating games that will provide an immediate idea of where teams will launch their seasons. A grand final replay between Dimboola and the Saints at Dimboola is one of those games where the Roos will get to unfurl their premiership flag before again flexing their muscles. And muscle is what the game will be all about with Dimboola appearing to have a significant advantage in big-man stakes. Justin Chilver, Jayden Lehmann, Lachie Exell and Jackson O’Neil all loom as daunting peaks that the Saints, who have lost their tall timber, will need to somehow overcome. Dimboola coach Stuart Farr would be delighted to have Tyler Blake providing dash alongside alongside the likes of Hamish Exell and Nigel Sibson and is sure to have his group as fit as possible for the opener. The Saints’ new leader Shayne Breuer has mentioned more than once that his team might take time to adjust to a new direction but he and his group would no doubt want to start strongly. There will be plenty of eyes on newcomers such as Sam Clyne,

Daniel Rees and Tom Payne, all running players, and the continued emergence of the Saints’ young crop of players.

Newlook Rats take on Tigers On the other side of the Great Divide, enigmatic enemies Ararat and Nhill will clash in one of the biannial meetings that have a habit of producing results that leave pundits, commentators and so-called experts baffled. Everyone else across the league is watching both these sides with interest. The Rats are suggesting plenty about a resurrection at the end of last year and enjoying a solid pre-season. Coaches David Hosking and Andrew Louder have plenty of talent to work with and the stronger bodies of recruits promises to make a Rats a highly competitive unit this year. The incoming list includes the likes of Daniel Mendes, Beau Cosson, Tim Porter and Jake Robinson who will be in the spotlight if they all play this weekend. Ararat should theoretically have a significant advantage at home at Alexandra Oval, but Nhill loves nothing more than to thumb its nose at convention. The Tigers signed up the likes of George McWaters and Matt Tober during the off-season and Nhill would be keen to see how Sam Turmine adapts to Wimmera League. Ararat is a tentative tip to win at home.

Eagles need to prepare for Demons on mission Warrack Eagles had better be prepared for its opening game in Wimmera Football League this weekend.

The Eagles slip down the Henty Highway to play the Demons at Horsham City Oval and if they are in any way off the boil they will cop it with both barrels from the home side. Horsham, while wary of what looms as a strengthening Eagles group, is on a mission to regain momentum after a slip-up in last year’s preliminary final. Only the most foolish Wimmera punter would suggest the Demons are suddenly on the wane after an astonishing decade of success. They appear as potent as ever. Horsham again appears strong across every line and there’s more than a subtle message from team leaders Jordyn Burke and Brad Hartigan about intentions to again set their sights on a flag. Horsham has again revamped its team and, if anything, strengthened its list in many ways with the return of players such as keyposition strongman Sean Christoper and slick Aaron Barnett and newcomers Simon Hobbs and Harry Young.

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Warrack Eagles is also on an ‘unfinished business’ quest that started a couple of years ago and might surprise Horsham with a new level of self-belief evolving within the playing group. The Eagles showed signs late in the season that they were on the move and securing the services of former Fremantle Dockers draftee Clayton Hinkley was a huge coup for the club. It will be interesting to see how the teams match up across the ground and in the engine room where both sides seem to have speedsters at their disposal. Jarred Martin and Ben Harrison back in the Eagles list from injury will be important and eyes will be on ruckman James Kirby. Horsham will win by four goals.

Burras and Warriors Minyip-Murtoa’s build-up has also attracted plenty of interest and will take on a Brad Cassidy-led Stawell side at Minyip. The Burras might have developed new balance through its list with experienced campaigners such as James Burke, and one-

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percent specialist Justin Garth on the list and ruckman Kieran Delahunty available all season. With full back Dan Smith on board and Clinton Midgley and Braden Ison in key positions, Burras coach Scott Arnold finds himself with a solid goal-to-goal line. There’s also other new faces in Darcy Harrison and Blake Grant. Minyip-Murtoa might run into a Stawell side that, from all observations, should be considerably harder and more confident than last year. Chris Ford is set to strengthen Stawell’s key-position ranks, Todd Cleary is more than a handy pick-up and the Warriors will benefit from the return of fearless Aidan Potter. Stawell experienced a tough 2013 but boasts some of the best emerging talent in the competition and this year might well be a break-out season for Jackson Dark alongside the likes of Tom Eckel, Jamie Bach and Zac Marrow. It sometimes takes a while for teams to adapt to the large Minyip arena and the Burras will win by 13 points.

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Beaut start for Beulah By MICK SHANNON eulah has taken top spot on the ladder in Mallee Football League after starting its season with a 129-demolition of Hopetoun.

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In other season openers Sea LakeNandaly Tigers proved too strong for Walpeup-Underbool while WoomelangLascelles picked up from where they left last season, with a 38-point win over Ouyen United. A massive game will take place at Beulah Recreation Reserve on Saturday when Woomelang-Lascelles makes the trip to take on the Blues. These two sides had some fantastic games last season, with the Cats prevailing over Beulah in the preliminary final. The Cats stormed home against Ouyen United last week, kicking 10 goals in the final term, and will be looking to continue that form from the first bounce. Corey Kelly and Jayden Lonergan dominated up forward in Woomelang-Lascelles’ last outing, kicking 13 goals between them, but face much harder opposition this week. Kim Hallam and Sam Martin will look to hold down key defensive roles for the Blues, while Tim Sanford might get the job on Kelly. Beulah’s midfield will look to continue its great form with Shaun Monohan, Tyler Lehmann, Andrew Hughes and Michael

Farrelly all finding plenty of the ball as well as contributing eight goals last week. Woomelang-Lascelles is skilful across the ground though and will hope to use its supreme kicking skills to hurt the Blues on the rebound. The Blues will need to keep a close eye on Anthony Foott floating across the half backline. The experienced defender reads the play as well as anyone and will look to play loose and cut off delivery to Beulah forwards Dennis Redden and Lachy Foott. A big crowd is exepcted and Beulah should make use of a home-ground advantage to win by 20 points.

Battle of the north

Northern rivals Ouyen United and Walpeup-Underbool will battle at Blackburn Park in Ouyen in what should be another tough and exciting game. Ouyen was right up with WoomelangLascelles before being overrun in the final quarter last week while Walpeup-Underbool showed it would still be a contender this year after a more than competitive performance against Sea Lake-Nandaly. Walpeup-Underbool will need to find more avenues to goal after lacking in goalscoring options last week. Robert Lindsey and Brad Vallance will provide the goal-kicking power for Ouyen United while Lawrence Angwin will be dangerous across the ground.

Key playmakers Luke Nathan, Josh Stone and David Piastente will need to be on their game for Walpeup-Underbool but will find stiff opposition through the middle with Ben Gregg, Marc Hahnel and Ben Mole all playing strong games last week. This game will be a tight tussle but Ouyen United should be able to get its season underway with a 15-point victory.

Lakers assignment

Jeparit-Rainbow will shape up for its first match of the year when it travels to Sea Lake to take on the Tigers. The Lakers will need to find a way to stop powerful key forward trio Cliff Ryan, Jarrod Arentz and Simon Weekly who combined to kick 13-goals between them last week. With the loss of Simon Clugston, JeparitRainbow will be struggling with key- position players and may find big scores being posted against them. Heath Clugston will again be reliable for the Lakers through the midfield but he will be doing it tough against a strong Tigers on-ball brigade led by Colin Durie and Tom Summerhayes. It will be interesting to see if JeparitRainbow can improve from a disappointing 2013 season but the Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers will be out to show they are a toptwo team and will easily account for the Lakers by 50 points. Hopetoun has a bye.

Grand final re-match in Mininera By JONATHAN BOX Finally, after what has seemed to be a long offseason the opening round of Mininera District Football League is here. As per usual there have been major movements in and out of clubs, with some in new direction under new leadership. All teams will be eager to get a good start in the opening round. In a grand final replay, 2013 premier Wickliffe-Lake Bolac will take on Moyston-Willaura this year led by Trent Fiscalini, who replaces Daniel Guinane. While Moyston-Willaura has had a few outbound clearances it has replenished its numbers with just as many recruits. One is multiple league goal-kicking winner Aidan Bell, who will

be a massive inclusion into Moyston-Willaura’s already strong forward line. With Bell coming in and joining the likes of Guinane and Van Der Waal, the Pumas will be a tough team to match up defensively. Fiscalini will hope to use this to his advantage and to take the club a step further than last year. With Nicholas Willox at the helm again for the Magpies there is no doubt that Wickliffe-Lake Bolac will be looking to go back to back, despite Willox suggesting the approach will be ‘one week at a time’. Willox said that with the club hanging onto 90 percent of its flag-winning team, the Magpies will still look to improve. Throughout the pre-season Willox has had his team work-

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ing on skills he believes were letting it down last year, and also developing a greater bond between the players. Either way, it will be an awesome grand final re-match.

Rivals Close-town rivals Tatyoon and Ararat will fight it out at Tatyoon. Although losing some handy players, Tatyoon will be pleased to welcome back Damian Cameron from a stint with Horsham RSL Diggers. Cameron has proven to be a dominant player and in his return will be no different. He has also bought with him Brodie Mines, Matthew Williams and Kye Chapple from the Diggers, and Tatyoon will be hoping these boys along with their other recruits will have a much better start to the season

than last year. After taking over coaching halfway through last year after the sudden exit of Matthew Stasse, Nathan Wemyss has taken the reigns again for Ararat Eagles and has the opportunity to build his team through a pre-season. To complete the opening round of the home and away season Great Western hosts Glenthompson- Dunkeld, SMW Rovers play Caramut, Hawkesdale-Macarthur take on Penshurst and Lismore- Derrinallum fight it out with Woorndoo Mortlake. For the first time in many years the league will take part in interleague competition. This will be a great promotion and give the league an opportunity to measure up against other leagues across Victoria.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014


Sport Nhill premiers reunion THROUGH TRAFFIC: Kaniva Cobras’ half back Braden Clark negotiates his way past several Warrack Hoops players in their Wimmera Hockey Association seasonopening 2-2 draw at Davis Park in Nhill.

Nhill will have a reunion for its 1964, ‘65 and ‘69 senior premiership tea, on July 19. The reunion will also be for the 1964 reserves side and 1969 under-16 team, both premiers. The July 19 reunion will coincide with the match against Minyip-Murtoa. Rob Gersch, on behalf of the reunion committee, said a formal invitation would be sent out

mid-year to former players. “Invitations will also be sent to the families of members wo are no longer with us and we look forward to their attendance,” he said. Mr Gersch said an umpire’s changeroom, meeting room and disabled toilet and shower were being built, and should be ready for opening at the first home game on April 26.

Brim hockey first By RACHEL CLARK

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arracknabeal Hockey Club will host round two of the Wimmera Hockey Association season this weekend with matches scheduled at Brim Recreation Reserve for the first time.

The venue is a one-off for the season due to a clash of dates involving the club’s headquarters at Anzac Park in Warracknabeal. But the change might prove to be an exciting switch considering Brim’s good facilities. Two hockey fields will fit across the football field and all nine round-two matches will be there on Saturday. In open competition, Dimboola Men made a great start to their season last week boosted by new female goalie Ellie Woods and will be keen to see how they shape up against one of last year’s stronger teams in Kaniva Cobras. Yanac Tigers are again looking sharp and will be too strong for Horsham Hurricanes. Coming off a draw last week Warrack Hoops will want to dominate when they play Nhill Rangers but might have to work harder than they think. Despite Nhill almost failing to field a team in the open competition this season it has recruited well and put up a good

fight in their season opener against the reigning premiers Yanac. In the women’s competition, Yanac Women are still one of the teams to beat with Erin Alexander, who has changed her name after marrying in the offseason, leading the charge. The former Blackwood and threetime consecutive women’s best and fairest remains a strong player. Yanac has depth throughout its line-up, a strength it will rely when it takes on Horsham Highlanders, another team not to be underestimated. The Horsham team has good numbers this year and, if it can make the most of scoring opportunities, will again be competitive.

Even match-up

Warrack Women and Nhill Thunderbirds will play an even match. Despite a slight change in line-up from last year’s premiership side, Dimboola Women again appear super strong but will still have to work for their points when they play in a late game against Kaniva. With a couple of new recruits, Kaniva has made the best start to a season for a while and will be looking to keep pushing forward. In junior competition, Warracknabeal Revengers will make their season debut after

having a bye last week. Revengers will play Horsham Bombers in an early match and will be keen to see how their side stacks up this year. Kaniva Raiders and Yanac Warriors will play a rematch of last year’s grand final which the Raiders ultimately won. Despite both camps losing a couple of players, at this early stage they still look the teams to beat this season after strong season-opening wins. Warriors’ goalie Brittany Keam will play her first game against her former team. Young teams Nhill Leopards and Dimboola Kangaroos will enjoy a reasonably even match. The Warracknabeal club will also present a barbecue tea and live music from 6pm after the day’s matches.

Round two

Field one: 9.30am, Horsham Bombers v Warrack Revengers; 11am Kaniva Raiders v Yanac Warriors; 12.30pm, Dimboola Men v Kaniva Cobras; 2pm, Yanac Tigers v Horsham Hurricanes; 3.30pm, Warrack Hoops v Nhill Rangers. Field two: 9.30am, minkey; 11am, Dimboola Kangaroos v Nhill Leopards; 12.30pm Yanac Women v Horsham Highlanders; 2pm Warrack Women vs Nhill Thunderbirds; 3.30pm, Dimboola Women v Kaniva Women. Bye, Dimboola Kookaburras.

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The Wimmera’s Louis Beddison attempts to shrug off a tackle from a David Rodan Multicultural All Stars opponent during under-15 schoolboy championship action at Melbourne University yesterday. The teenager, who plays for Horsham and attends St Brigid’s College, has been among several good players for the Wimmera team. Wimmera beat the Allstars by 55 points yesterday, bouncing back from a 17-point first-round defeat against Hampden in Ballarat. The team, featuring players from Kalkee, Ararat, Warrack Eagles, Horsham Saints, Horsham, Noradjuha-Quantong, Edenhope-Apsley, Laharum, Natimuk United, Nhill and Stawell clubs and coached by John Delahunty, was waiting for news late yesterday on who it would play at Princes Park today. Wimmera is playing in division two of the VLine championships which also include Goulburn Valley Two, Bendigo One and Central Murray. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

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