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CE Radio Broadcasters co-owner and chairman Rowly Paterson has called for Australian Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull to ‘immediately’ intervene in a radio online streaming dispute.

About 200 regional radio stations stopped broadcasting their content online on January 31, following a long-running disagreement with the Phonographic Performance Company of Australia. Commercial Radio Australia and the PPCA are locked in battle over copyright royalties between regional broadcasters, such as Ace Radio Broadcasters, and record companies. The radio companies already pay a fee to broadcast Australian music and do not want to pay to stream the same content online. A Federal Court judgement last year determined that internet simulcasts were not broadcasting services, conflicting with an earlier determination that free-to-air broadcasters were providing the same service online. “The way it was written wasn’t clear so we’re calling on Minister Turnbull to

change the wording to reflect the intent,” Mr Paterson said. Mr Turnbull has so far refused to get involved while the issue is in front of the Copyright Tribunal. “He could solve it today,” Mr Paterson said. “We’re receiving complaints about stopping the streaming but they are sympathetic to why we have and are mainly directed at the government inaction on the issue.”

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Mr Paterson said people across Australia had lost internet radio services as a result of regional stations stopping online streaming. He said online streaming was important for many people in regional Australia who received poor radio reception. “We are an emergency service station so it plays an important role in providing a service to those affected by emergencies,” he said. “We provide a free-to-air broadcast, which is a community service, and a number of our listeners tune in on the platform of streaming. But it doesn’t generate much more income for us.” Mr Paterson said it was unclear how much

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PPCA would charge broadcasters to stream content online. “We already pay a percentage of our total revenue as a copyright fee,” he said. “The PPCA represents the record companies who are multinational companies – a $16.5-billion industry with massive power. “If they don’t change the determination to the reflect the intent, then that fee could be backdated to last October, and we just don’t know what we will be required to pay.” Mr Paterson and the network’s general managers are meeting federal politicians to lobby Mr Turnbull about the streaming issue. Member for Mallee Andrew Broad said he would meet directors of Ace Radio and Easy Mix Radio. “The recording companies group needs to come out and give a clear answer on how much the fee will be,” Mr Broad said. “It seems to be a bit rich to charge a radio station that already pays royalties to pay more for streaming.” • ACE Radio Broadcasters has a stable of 13 radio stations, which include 3WM, and MIXXFM in the Wimmera-Mallee. It also operates The Weekly Advertiser.

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Horsham Saints and North Ballarat Rebels footballer Darcy Tucker, 16, of Horsham celebrates his Horsham Sports and Community Club Sport Star of the Year Award with Australian water polo star and Olympic bronze medallist Rowie Webster. Tucker, who also plays elite basketball, won the Wimmera award from a broad cross section of finalists. Efforts in making an Australian Institute of Sport-AFL Academy after winning an under-16 national football title with a Vic Country side earned him his nomination. More than 200 people gathered for the awards at Horsham Lutheran Primary School. Webster was guest speaker. Other winners: Veteran athlete, Ken Bald, croquet; sportsmanship, Guy Smith, football; woman in sport, Jenny McRae, golf; unsung hero, Emma Hopper, football; coach of the year, Owen Hughan, basketball; sport school of the year, St Arnaud Secondary College; official of the year, Andrew Adamson, volleyball; club of the year, Volleyball Horsham; teams of the year, Murtoa College under-15 boys and St Brigids College under-15 girls volleyball. Access for all abilities, national, Kevin Michael, Australian amputee golf; local, Maureen Cameron, Tri-state games; Koori, Jake Cooke-Harrison, football; junior athlete, Chloe Bibby, basketball.  Picture: DEAN LAWSON

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ember for Mallee Andrew Broad has called for better government policy to help Australian food producers, rather than giving hand-outs.

Mr Broad said federal and state government policy needed to be addressed, rather than bailing out individual businesses. “The government is better to get the framework to help our food processors be more viable,” he said. “Once you start giving out money, you’re on a hiding to nothing.” Mr Broad’s comments come after the Federal Government refused to financially help Shepparton fruit processing company SPC-Ardmona, which had asked for a $25-million investment.

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“My position has always been that there is probably some value in giving them some assistance but I haven’t seen a business case,” he said. “SPC haven’t played their cards very right to be honest. As an MP I haven’t seen a business case. I would have thought SPC should be lobbying MPs.” Mr Broad said reducing costs for businesses through easing taxes and transport costs would help individual businesses and the food processing industry. He said food production was an important part of the Mallee electorate, with companies such as Kooka’s Cookies in Donald, playing an important role in regional Victoria. Mr Broad also advocated strong anti-dumping laws, helping prevent imported products

being sold below cost in Australia. But he does support the trade of products. “I think Australia have and will benefit from an environment that allows us to take our production to other parts of the world and others to come here,” he said. A former Australian Made, Australia Grown board member, Mr Broad encouraged people to support Australian food producers. “Ultimately, Australians have the choice to buy Australian products,” he said. Mr Broad said he believed Australian companies had priced themselves out of competitive markets. “The fact we aren’t competitive enough to make cars here should be a warning sign,” he said.

Horsham student wins Anzac prize St Brigid’s College student Charlotte Frost is one of 12 Victorian students to experience an overseas study tour of World War I battlefield sites after receiving the 2013-14 Premier’s Spirit of Anzac Prize. Premier Denis Napthine joined Minister for Veterans Affairs and Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty at Parliament House last week to announce the recipients, selected from almost 500 entries.

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Dr Napthine congratulated this year’s recipients and commended all finalists for their outstanding entries including poems, drawings, essays and songs on the relevance of the Anzac spirit to life in Australia today. “This year we are pleased to offer two more places than previous years, providing 12 students with the opportunity to visit Gallipoli, the Western Front and, for the first time, Lemnos in Greece,” Dr Napthine said.

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NOSTALGIA: Second Thoughts, pictured performing at Horsham Soundshell for a 50 Years of Rock event a few years ago, will have a one-off gig at Natimuk’s National Hotel on March 1. Members are, from left, Peter Ballinger, Craig Sayer, Rick Ballinger, Steven Burns and Grant Bull.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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A Wimmera band that rode the pub-rock range of original compositions and Second wave of the 1980s and early ‘90s will gath- Thoughts released its debut single on CD naer at Natimuk’s National Hotel on March 1 tionally in 1992. The band headlined shows and supported other for a one-off reformation show.

Second Thoughts, forged in Horsham in an era when live rock-music acts were in high demand in pubs, clubs and at parties and major events, will play a selection of original and cover songs during the night. The show will start at 8.30pm with organisers expecting a large crowd to attend. Second Thoughts, started by Horsham neighbours Grant Bull and Steven Burns, was among many bands to cut their teeth in the Wimmera rock-music scene. Contemparary acts included party outfit U-Jorgan. The band moved to Adelaide after finalising a line-up which included Craig Sayer and Rick and Peter Ballinger to pursue its luck in the burgeoning Australian music industry. Band members wrote and recorded a vast

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notable acts including The Angels, Noiseworks, Sunnyboys, Kevin Borich Express, Matt Taylor and Chain. In 1988 it formed successful alter ego Cold Chisel tribute show ‘Circus Animals’ and toured throughout Australia until 1994. The band attempted to break into Melbourne’s music scene and ultimately band members went their separate ways, pursuing individual projects. Lead singer Rick Ballinger, back living and working in Horsham, said band members had simply been keen to get back together for a jam and decided to instead put on a show. “The idea is basically to relive a few memories with many long-term supporters and bring people together to share our music with them and perhaps a new generation,” he said.

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he Nationals are on the hunt for a new candidate for one of their safest seats in Victoria with confirmation that Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty, 64,will retire from politics.

Pre-selection nominations for a replacement open on Friday and party representatives expect to have a new candidate within a fortnight. Nationals Lowan electoral committee vice-chairman Bill Ower said the vacancy represented an attractive option for ‘a number’ of politically-minded people in the region. “Nominations will open, possibly for about two weeks, and at the end there will be a preselection process and party members in the Lowan electorate will make a choice,” he said. “It won’t take very long. The party will want to get a candidate in the field as soon as possible.” Mr Ower said he was unaware of any ‘frontrunners’ but revealed that individuals had already indicated interest. “I think we have a good choice of candidates,” he said.

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Unlike the Federal Election, a political agreement between conservative parties in Victoria means the new Nationals representative will avoid competition from a Liberal candidate in the November poll. Changing electoral boundaries, with sections of the disappearing seats of Swan Hill and Rodney, shifting to Lowan and nearby Ripon, might also open new opportunities for potential candidates.

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Mr Delahunty, Sport and Recreation and Veterans Affairs Minister since December 2010,

said in a prepared statement that he ‘would not be re-contesting the seat of Lowan in the 2014 Victorian State Election’. “After approximately 25 years in public life I believe it is time I spent more time with my family and assisting and supporting my seven wonderful grandchildren, re-connect with friends, play a game of golf and travel,” he said. “My wife Judie has been a great support to me, and I now look forward to spending quality time with her and my family. “I would like to thank my loyal, dedicated and hardworking staff who provide great assistance to me, our constituents and the community of Victoria. I am very proud of our achievements. “It has been an enormous privilege to serve and represent the people of western Victoria in the State Parliament.” A former farmer and Meat Industry Standards Officer and Rural Affairs Advisor with the Office of Rural Affairs, Horsham mayor and Chairman of Commissioners at Mildura City Council, Mr Delahunty won his seat in December, 1999. He retained his seat three times.

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The service has a surplus of furniture, health aids and office equipment that will be up for grabs at a garage sale on March 1. Heath service administration team leader Alison Fernandez said there was a variety of items including leather recliner chairs, desks and shelves, filing cabinets, pictures and frames, stainless steel trolleys and timber cabinets. “We are still going through and itemising everything and once that’s complete we will advertise the list and put it on UP FOR GRABS: our website,” Mrs Fernandez Administration team leader Alison Fernandez gets said. comfortable in one of the “But there will be plenty of leather reclining chairs great bargains on offer and which will be up for grabs no reasonable offer will be at the RNH garage sale.  refused. Picture: CONTRIBUTED “So people will be able to just come in and look around and then name their price.” “We will have a sausage sizzle and there will Mrs Fernandez said the sale items would be be refreshments for sale as well,” she said. displayed throughout the building behind the Items will go on sale in the Landt Nursing acute wing, formerly known as the Landt Nursing Home. Home building from 8am until noon.

$5000 target for Rock For Life Organisers of a ‘traditional cocktail-style’ cabaret raising money for a Horsham Relay for Life team on Saturday hope to raise $5000 from the event. The Rock For Life Cabaret, starting at 7.30pm at Horsham College’s Maroske Hall, will feature three

musical acts to meet the needs of a broad audience. Bands Johnny Thunder and The Lightings, I Need a Crown and Dave McMaster will feature at the cabaret. Team EZZA, led by captain Tanya Hahne, has organised the event and hopes more than

200 people will ‘rock’ up for the night. Ms Hahne said her father had cancer and being involved in the relay gave her family and friends a chance to get involved in fund raising. “It’s going to be a great night of entertainment and will support

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Musical duo at Horsham hotel Eclectic musical duo Lily and the Drum will perform their ‘contemporary retro’ mix of roots, blues-rock and ‘dash of rockabilly’ when they perform at Horsham’s Bull and Mouth Hotel on Saturday. Promotors describe Lily and the Drum as a duo that delivers ‘honest, heartfelt music. The sound is full but

there are no backing tracks, tricky vocal pitch correctors or computers working in the background. They describe the act as the product of a simple formula which has earned them a strong following across the country. Vocalist and guitarist ‘Lily’ unites with John ‘Drum’ on percussion, har-

HORSHAM SHOW: ‘Lily’ and the ‘Drum’, left, will play a wide variety of music styles at Horsham’s Bull and Mouth Hotel on Saturday night. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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They compose their sound in a contemporary retro fashion based around strong guitar rhythms and melody lines with the drums and percussion providing the underlying groove. They are also releasing a live EP, Nobody Just Like Me, a debut album.

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Primed for Pimpinio festival The newest event on the Wimmera events calendar Pimpinfest is set to be a major fundraiser for the Pimpinio Football Netball Club.

The event, at Pimpinio Recreation Reserve from 3pm to midnight on March 1, will feature entertainment by Billy Bennett, Blockie and Bull and I Need A Crown. Beer, cider, wine, punch and soft drink will be flowing in the complimentary Pimpinfest stein for attendees. Tickets also include a spit roast dinner.

Committee member Kelsey Hamilton said Pimpinfest was a community event, for people over 18. “We want everyone to feel welcome at the event, it’s a social event for the whole community,” she said. “It’s something different for the Wimmera.” Ms Hamilton said tickets purchased before Friday cost $60, and were available at Horsham Toyworld. Tickets purchased after Friday will cost $80. She said there were only 300 tickets available, and anyone wanting more information could call 0439 305 818.

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t is important to remember amid the doom and gloom of our crumbling national car-manufacturing industry that Australian society has a great ability to cope with changing circumstances. There is no doubt that Toyota’s decision to follow Holden and abandon manufacturing in Australia is a disaster. Thousands of people will lose their jobs, and communities and various levels of government will quickly feel the pinch. But as hard as it might seem, we have to search through the ruins of this once burgeoning industry and perhaps manufacturing in general, to look for anything that might represent opportunity and growth. If we stand back and analyse what has been unfolding from an historical perspective, there has always

assembly-line manufacturing, the backbone of the Industrial Revolution and certainly the core of modern car production, might have had its day in first-world countries. Look across Australia. There are examples everywhere of talented Australians developing boutique and specialist enterprises involving production of some form. It remains to be seen whether this is an area where we might concentrate our development efforts, even for parts for the car industry. Some of us also can’t help but wonder whether we should place so much economic reliance on large foreign-owned international companies motivated only by profit. If we have no option, what guarantees should we be demanding from them? It might sound like a naïve observation based on a philosophical fairy tale, but we suspect, or is it more a case of hope, that Ford, Holden and Toyota and our governments would have found a way to make things work if they were Australian owned.

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been something that steps up, in some way or another, to take the place of dying industry. Let’s not forget that Henry Ford, in perfecting assembly-line manufacturing of cars in America, as long ago as 1913, was probably responsible for signalling the death knell of the humble Blacksmith, coach builder and the working horse. Some Australian towns also have the remnants of long-gone industries, such as freezer works, which stand as reminders of how society quickly adapts to change. We simply move on. The one glaring positive from the collapse of the car-manufacturing industry is the opportunity for big business, government and workplace leaders to learn from mistakes and changing demand. We are all unsure where the loss of car manufacturing in Australia will lead but rest assured, it will lead somewhere and it won’t necessarily be bad in the long term. Who knows? Perhaps massive

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Detectives investigate burglaries at Landsborough “Everyone has the right to feel safe in their home and that their property isn’t going to be stolen,” she said. “We strongly encourage people who live in the Landsborough area to ensure homes, vehicles and other storage areas are secured when they are away

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A dry summer and wet start to winter were not enough to put a dampener on what has been a good pulse season in 2013. That’s a seasonal summary by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries. DEPI senior agronomy scientist Jason Brand said yields of up to 3.5 tonnes a hectare and ‘good’ prices had delivered a successful season for growers. Wet conditions during early winter hampered weed control, resulting in broadleaf and grass growth, but did not have a major impact on yields. Dr Brand said frost, particularly in eastern regions, did reduce crop yields and the dry summer conditions of 2012-13 before sowing had led to damage from residual herbicide in pulse crops. “In many instances growers did not receive enough

rainfall to meet suggested herbicide label requirements for the sowing of pulses crop and problems followed,” Dr Brand said. “This highlights the need to carefully choose your pulse crop and variety and the importance of new herbicide tolerant lentil varieties in reducing the production risks.” Dr Brand said extreme weather was limited last season, with no major heat stress during the reproductive phase but some losses in grain yield and quality due to frost. “Victoria’s field pea and faba bean area continued to grow due to good grain prices and the need for an alternative crop to provide different weed control and nitrogen inputs,” he said. Dr Brand said in some regions insect damage from etiella and heliothus resulted in some seed quality issues.

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alls Gap is set to step back in time this weekend as more than150 hotrod and custom cars and 400 hotrod enthusiasts make their eighth annual pilgrimage to the tourist hamlet.

The Old Skool Hotrod Run will feature a variety of ‘hotted up’‚ pre-1966 vehicles during the weekend plus an ‘Old Skool’ pin-up competition. The pin-up competition will be in Halls Gap Hall on Saturday and feature rod-run entrants from the Wimmera and beyond. Horsham-based Old Skool Hotrod Club organises the run which was originally designed to help the town as part of its bushfire recovery. This year the event will again focus on helping the Grampians area rebuild after extensive tourism loss from the latest fires. Visitors to Halls Gap during the weekend will see a variety of hotrod vehicles originally built from 1920 to 1965, modified to keep up with modern safety and performance standards. Enthusiasts will start arriving in Halls Gap from across Victoria and interstate on Friday before sharing a meal, listening

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Rock ‘n’ roll and classic cars for fiesta Experienced rock ‘n’ roll band KB and The Hotrods will be a feature attraction at Nhill Lake Fiesta on Friday night. BB Sands will be support act and classic cars will also be on display. About 300 people attended fiesta activities last week.

CHROME AND RUMBLE: Hot-rod enthusiasts will assemble in Halls Gap this weekend. Pictured are Horsham’s Laine Munn, also known as “Ruby Rabbit” and Sanae Smith.  Picture: LUKE HOBBS to live music and taking part in and around Halls Gap as in a goods auction in the Halls they visit the many shops and attractions on offer or simply Gap hall. relaxing in the town‚ shopping Saturday Saturday activities will start centre and pool. The hot-rodders and their with breakfast, hotrod observation cruise to the Mount Wil- families will then visit the variliam Car Park and a visit to ous dining places in the town Halls Gap Hotel for a sit-down and relax afterwards with an meal which will also provide- outdoor social event. visitors with an impromptu car Show and shine show. After breakfast on Sunday, car The afternoon will start with owners and drivers will assemthe pin-up competition at 3pm ble their vehicles at the northern in the hall while other enthu- end of the Halls Gap Carasiasts will be driving their cars van Park for a show and shine

display from 10am to 1.30pm. Entry to the show will be via gold coin, with profits to go to a district charity. Club president Craig Hobbs said it was important the public made the effort to get to Halls Gap to support the community. “Why not take the opportunity to visit Halls Gap, stay a night or two, visit some great places, eat at some fine restaurants, see some very cool cars and help out a picturesque town that is in need?” he said.

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Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance chief executive Dennis Bagley will be guest speaker at a Darwin Defenders ceremony at the college’s Maroske Hall at 9.45am. The service will commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the Japanese bombing of Darwin on February 19, 1942. Among the defenders of the northern Australian city at the time were almost 1000 ill-equipped and untrained militia soldiers from the Wimmera.

Details would later reveal that the surprise Japanese attack was the first and largest by a foreign power on Australia. The raids were the first and largest of 100 air raids against Australia during 1942 and ‘43. Leaders from Wimmera centres such as Horsham have rekindled connections with Darwin based on the annual commemoration of the attack, which left hundreds of people dead and wounded. Darwin Defenders flags regularly fly in Horsham. A free bus service, leaving Woodford Tours’ Darlot Street yard at 9am for Horsham College, will have pick-ups at Horsham RSL and Trinity Manor car park.

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Funding for foodies festival Publicity of the Grampians Grape Escape Festival director David Wheaton said this will be boosted by a $50,000 State Govern- year’s theme of “Love is…” could be interpreted as a love of a glass of wine, bright stars on a clear ment grant. night to the love of enjoying food in the company of family and friends. “For the first time the Grampians Grape Escape will replace its customary formal dining Saturday night event with a new hawker-style market and carnival on the Saturday evening, transforming Festival Village into a thriving event with live music and roving entertainment,” he said. “As one of Victoria’s premier food and wine events, we want to introduce a fresh and more relaxed approach to our evening program in order to herald the exceptional quality of our celebrated producers.” More than 125 producers from western Victoria will exhibit their wares, and the festival also includes musicians and children’s activities. For more information and tickets, visit grampiansgrapeescape.com.au.

“We have spent about a week isolating and removing power and gas supplies to the existing building, in particular those areas scheduled for demolition such as the supper room,” he said. “The removal of asbestos from the main building and external areas is also ongoing, and we have contracted a hygienist who is monitoring air quality in the removal areas.” Council’s technical services director John Martin said Powercor work to convert electricity supply to underground cables was also ongoing, adding that

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the council remained in close discussion with Powercor to avoid disruption to businesses. “We understand Powercor has another few weeks’ work to finalise the underground power supply,” he said. “We are working with them and individual businesses to make sure the switch from overhead to underground power supply is done with minimal disruption to business,” he said. The council has also led a workshop with neighbouring businesses to discuss ideas for business promotion during the construction period.

Strong support for fire appeal The latest tally for a Wimmera Uniting Care Bushfire Appeal is $18,302.21. The appeal will help people affected by the Grampians and Mallee bushfires last month. Horsham Aquatic Centre’s annual Australia Day weekend pool party raised almost $2000 for the appeal. Wimmera Uniting Care chief executive officer Barrie Elvish said the appeal had also benefitted from significant donations from Bonnie and Clyde’s Pizzeria, the Department of Human Services and proceeds from an online painting auction. “It’s not just organisations or businesses though, we have had people come into our offices and donate large amounts of their own money to help others in need,” he said.

“The community has really got behind the appeal and for that we are very thankful.” Mr Elvish said more people might need access to the appeal in coming months. “The advice we are receiving from emergency services is that while our communities are out of immediate danger, the fire period is not over yet.” Money raised in the appeal will be used to help people with a range of products and services not covered by emergency grants or other funding methods. Mr Elvish said people could make tax deductible donations at the agency’s Baillie Street office, by calling 5362 4000 or visiting www.wuc. org.au. Donations can also be made at any branch of the Bendigo Bank.

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percentage of proceeds from an auction of one of the region’s largest eclectic private collections of sporting and historical memorabilia next month will go to the Country Fire Authority in Horsham.

Former Horsham mayor, businessman, sporting administrator and collector Gary Bird and his wife Karen will donate 10 percent of what they make from the auction to the cause. Gary Bird has spent a lifetime collecting memorabilia and his collection includes mainly rare sporting or unique items. Mr Bird said it was with a high degree of nostalgia and mixed feelings that he was auctioning his collection as part of a ‘down-sizing’ shift from Haven into Horsham. FIRE FUNDRAISER: PRD Nationalwide auctioneer Rob Dolan, Mathew Walsh from Horsham fire brigade and Gary Bird with some of the sporting memorabilia that will be “The party days are pretty much over and it’s time to settle down to a auctioned on March 7 at the Victoria Hotel, Horsham. Picture: MICK SHANNON life that is not too hectic. While the

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Firefighters have finally brought a tures to control this fire.” major fire burning in the northern Mr Manning said smoke from the fire Grampians for several weeks under might still be evident during the week as wind shifted in direction and strength. control.

In an ironic twist, as the status of the Grampians Northern Complex Fire status went from ‘contained’ to ‘controlled’ despite hazardous weather conditions during the weekend, fires in other parts of the state took hold. The fire, the result of a convergence of blazes started by lightning strikes, burnt about 55,100 hectares. It had a 257-kilometre perimeter, burnt through or threatened Brimpaen, Laharum, Wartook, Roses Gap, St Helens Plains and Dadswells Bridge areas, and consumed 135 structures including 32 dwellings. Incident controller Russell Manning said the definition of ‘controlled’ was based on fire crews securing a complete perimeter around the fire. “Fire crews have been working on various areas of the fire and will continue to patrol control lines around the perimeter of the fire in coming days and weeks,” he said. “These fire fighters have worked in very difficult terrain and under arduous conditions, including days of extreme tempera-

Mr Manning also congratulated firefighters and support agencies. “It is rare that a fire of this size and duration is controlled without weather assistance. We did not receive any rain during the fire campaign and it was the effort of the on-ground firefighters from Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Parks Victoria and Country Fire Authority who have eventually controlled the fire,” he said. “Thank you also to the communities around the fire perimeter for their support and understanding.” During the fire’s peak more than 500 personnel from various agencies were involved in the fight. There were 81 tankers, 38 slip-on units, seven dozers, four fixedwing aircraft, six helicopters and many graders, excavators and support vehicles. At one stage support agencies were also providing more than 1500 meals to firefighters daily.

Call to rally for Red Balloon Day People keen to get behind National Red Balloon Day to celebrate the efforts of fire-fighters on February 28 can join the cause by buying and displaying special balloons and ribbons. Dimboola’s Kylie Castleman, Red Balloon Day representative for much of the Wimmera, said people could order their balloons online for $1 each or $25 for 50. “We’re trying to build awareness of what fire-

fighters do and urge everyone to hang balloons on their mail boxes, fences, windows and other prominent places on February 28,” she said. “We’re selling balloons with the words ‘Thank you Fireys’ on them and money will go back into state fire-fighting services but people can also hang up their own balloons up to recognise the occasion.” People can buy the special balloons by following

details on website nationalredballoonday.com. National Red Balloon Day started in Geelong and gained national momentum through Jody Hardiman from Bendigo who promoted the idea on social media. Ms Castleman said anyone seeking more information could go to the website or call her on 0429 944306.

bar room where the collection has been has provided a lot of great times, we simply don’t have the room,” he said. Mr Bird said he had little hesitation in nominating the Country Fire Authority as somewhere to donate money considering the work that had gone into fighting fires across the Wimmera-Mallee. “The poor buggers have been flat and I’ve been talking to a fireman who was still out there. What we often forget is that when the main fire passes it doesn’t stop there. There is months of controlling the situation and cleaning up,” he said. PRD Nationwide, in charge of the auction at 7pm on March 7 at Horsham’s Victoria Hotel, is right behind occasion and invited anyone else keen to sell memorabilia at the event to get in touch with Tyler Neville on 0439 034 298 for more information and to

register details. Mr Tyler said a large and impressive list of items were set to go under the hammer. “I’m really looking forward to this auction, it’s going to be great,” he said. Some of the goods include a extremely rare ‘mini’ collection of memorabilia from the 1969 Lionel Rose and Alan Rudkin boxing worldtitle bout, a Donald Bradman-signed image from the Bradman Museum and a cap signed by the owner, trainer and jockey of Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva. Items cover sports from cricket, boxing, football and swimming to motor sport from national, international and regional levels. Auction patrons can pay with cash or cheque on the night.

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tawell beauty salon Hello Gorgeous will ‘paint the town red’ on Friday to show its support for the annual ‘Kiss MS Goodbye’ cause.

Beauty therapists will apply red paint to nails and red lipstick to lips for a gold coin donation at the community space at 108 Main Street from 10am to 1pm. Salon owner Kim Salmi said Kiss MS Goodbye was a cause close to her team’s heart. “The staff at Hello Gorgeous are close to several people who live with Multiple Sclerosis at varying degrees and we want to do what we can to help raise awareness of MS and raise money for research,” she said. “At Hello Gorgeous we love to have fun, so we thought it would be great to offer a professional nail paint and lipstick application to the ladies of Stawell for a gold coin donation. We’ll also be giving away vouchers to those who visit our ‘pop-up salon’ so they can enjoy a discounted high tea on the day at Mokepilly Café.” Ms Salmi said it would be ‘first in best dressed’ for the mini pampering. She would also have a bunch of beauty giveaways on the day.

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Improved telecommunications needed

Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty called for improved telecommunications especially the Wartook Valley area, in Parliament last week. Mr Delahunty said mobile phone coverage needed to be fixed for safety reasons in times of emergency.

HALLS GAP ZOO NEWS SUMMER HAS ARRIVED Late in arriving but here in force now, isn’t it? The keepers are extra busy with making sure all the animals are being kept as cool as possible and we suggest that if you are planning to visit make it earlier in the day if you can when it’s more comfortable and there’s more animal activity. We open every day at 10am. FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Stawell’s Melissa Vos, left, and Lydia Kindred, right, who both have Multiple Sclerosis, with Hello Gorgeous owner Kim Salmi, middle, who is hosting a Kiss MS Goodbye event on Friday.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Stawell residents Melissa Vos and Lydia Kindred met almost 20 years ago at a MS Australia conference for young people who’d been diagnosed with the disease. Today they still support each other throughout the ups and downs of MS. They explained that MS symptoms included debilitating

fatigue, problems with balance, numbness and problems with eyesight and speech. Ms Vos said is involved with the local MS peer support group. “Debilitating fatigue is probably the worst part of it, but on any given day you can have a new symptom come and stay or

come and go,” she said. “It helps having the support of MS Australia and this Hello Gorgeous event is going to help raise awareness locally.” Kiss MS Goodbye is an initiative of MS Research Australia. All donations made go towards preventing and treating the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.

THANK YOU We were very fortunate in regard to the fire and our thoughts are with those who were less so. We would like to thank everyone for their support and words of encouragement in person and through Social Media.

Landcare hosts planning event

Planning farms for the future will be “When done well it supports farming well as looking into accounting and finanthe focus of a Project Platypus Land- families to improve the viability of farm cial aspects of succession planning. care succession-planning seminar in business, and provides certainty and clarity Ms Bant said the seminar would start at for all stakeholders,” she said. 5.45pm at the Comfort Inn on the Western Stawell on February 20. “At the seminar people will have ac-

The seminar will feature guest speakers with expertise and years of experience in farm-succession planning. Project Platypus events co-ordinator Bronwyn Bant said succession planning was a crucial part of farming life.

Highway. cess to professional advice which can help She said entry for Landcare members was farmers further pursue their individual sucfree, and $15 for non-Landcare members. cession-planning pathways.” The event would include a two-course Organisers will provide presentations during the seminar on how to approach meal for $22 and people could register on farm-succession and retirement planning as 5358 4410.

• Real Food • Lasting Results • Long Term Wellness • Professional Advice and Support

More than just a market at Willaura Organisers of the annual Willaura Market are gearing up for various food vendors, freshly made ice-creams, great coffee and cakes. their biggest ever event.

The market, at the Willaura Health Service grounds from 10am to 2pm on March 2, will have a variety of market stalls, entertainment and food stalls. Market co-ordinator Jane Millear said the committee had to expand the market area to allow for more eating and sitting areas to cater for a larger crowd. “The market is growing every year and next years we have an even wider variety of market stalls and more new food vendors,’’ she said. “Next year’s market will offer an array of delicious food from

“Some of the stalls will include honey products, olive oils, wool products, artworks, Steel sculpture work, paintings, hand crafted candles, jewellery, clothing, craft stalls, fresh produce and plants, raffle prizes and much more.” Mrs Millear said the market was more than just a market – but would provide entertainment for the family. She said there would be various musical entertainment and local children’s circus Bamboozle would enthral audiences with an aerobatic performance. More information can be found at www.willauramarket.com.au or its Facebook page.

DUCK SEASON 2014 “Buy from the guys that actually shoot”

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Duck decoys 10 for $70! Also Available! Camo, Waders, Shoot Jackets, Boots, Gun Bag & Gun. ORDERS TAKEN!


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MK Auto Trimming has been serving Horsham and surrounds for 6 years. Karl can upholster any types of interiors with headlinings, seats, door trims, basically the whole interior. MK Auto Trimming doesn’t just stop at cars and trucks. Karl can also upholster tractors, motorbike seats and all types of boat interiors, seats, carpet or even bimini covers for the upcoming summer season with a large range of coverings including vinyl and leather. If you are looking for a restoration or even a new look call MK Auto Trimming on 53823847 or 0417505916. Photo: JAMES FIDLER

UHF RADIOS • Repairs • Accessories • Aerials • Installation

REC 14579 ARC AU26861

70 McPherson Street, Horsham

5382 3810

Brad Cassidy 0400 667 160

Brad Cassidy 0400 667 160

• Solar • Security • Domestic • Industrial • Commercial • Refrigeration

Stawell Rd, Horsham Phone 5381 1385

“Totally Dependable” www.horsham.laserelectrical.com.au

COLORBOND FENCING

MOBILE 24 HOUR SERVICE

• Colorbond post & rail • Tubular fencing • Serving Horsham & district

mccullochfencing@bigpond.com

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

24 HOUR

MAINTENANCE SERVICE

For all of your Auto Electrical Repairs

RICK

Tim Kennedy 0419 582 114 18 Western Hwy, Stawell 5358 2140

REC. 11963

Ph. (03) 5382 3238

fluid power by design Ph: Graham Hudson

89 Plumpton Road, Horsham

Ph. 03 5382 1375

Wimmera Hose & Fittings

IAN McCULLOCH

For a FREE quote call Ian 0400 564 672

• Data & Comms • Appliance Repairs • Heating & Cooling • Electrical Inspections • Maintenance & Service

0413 475 604

• Hydraulics • Industrial • Pneumatics • Rural • Compressed Air • Installation • Sales & Service

web: www.wimmerahoseandfittings.com.au email: grahamhudson@wimmerahoseandfittings.com.au

YIELD DATA MANAGEMENT

Noel Sharrock (Dig Ag Science)

0401 504 176 sharrock@netconnect.com.au

Roof Restorations Tile and Iron Roofs. Pressure-washing, Re-bedding, Pointing and Painting.

Phone: 0410 830 522 Call Bobby for an obligation-free quote!

Robert Anthony van Roosmalen ABN: 48 766 939 302

W www.bondyscontractors.com.au E info@bondyscontractors.com.au P 03 5382 6777 RTA number AU 08455

• Shed relocation & Raising • Portable buildings for sale Phone 0418 504 401


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Limit one per voucher, valid to 28th February, 2014

Limit one per customer Valid until close of business Sunday, February 16.

www.waacksbakery.com.au

Available at Horsham, Stawell & Ararat stores

Ararat 5352-1618 • Stawell 5358-1238 • Horsham 5382-0045

Simply Helping You. In Home Support

Some of what we do:

✓ Home Help ✓ Gardening & Home Maintenance ✓ Personal & Respite Care

0474 058 330

nicole@allstylebusiness.com.au www.allstylebusiness.com.au

Allstyle Business Solutions

BAS, book keeping & business requirements

PORKY’S TASSIE TYRES • Sales, service and fitting. • Truck tyre specialists

(03) 5381 2076 www.simplyhelping.com

24/7 Mobile 0411 658 270 ALL BRANDS - ALL SIZES

•Lawn Mowing • Gutter Cleaning • Lawn Mulching • Landscaping • Gardening • Pruning TOTAL GARDEN PROFESSIONALS • Weed Control HIGH QUALITY RELIABLE SERVICE • Rubbish Removal INSURANCE COVER

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• Removals • Freight • Backloads to Melb

• Trucks, cars and agricultural machinery

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• BAS • Book keeping • Payroll • Accounts Payable / Receivable • Budgets & Cash flow Management • Profit & Loss Reports • MYOB training

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furniture removals Corner Hamilton & McPherson St, Horsham Ph: 5381 0622 E: accounts@pizzonifurniture.com

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engineering

GRAIN CLEANING Wimmera Highway, Natimuk. Phone 5387 1144

• Pavers

• Retaining Walls

• Bricks • Artificial Grass • Water Tanks & Irrigation 22 Hamilton St, Horsham Ph: 5382 5929

McMartin Fire Prevention & Glass • Slashing • Fire Prevention • Spraying of vacant blocks, hobby farms and small acreage. • Also glazing and glass requirements

61 Wavell St, Horsham

Ph: 5382 2840 (All hours) Mob: 0427 051 755

HORSHAM FLOOR CO. SANDING AND POLISHING TIMBER FLOORS

• Servicing Kaniva, Nhill, Rainbow, Warracknabeal, Rupanyup, Stawell, Ararat and Halls Gap. • Professional Floor Service • Restoration Work • Parquet Resurfacing

FREE NO OBLIGATION QUOTES!

Member

Ph: 0417 302 551

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9 Madden St, Horsham www.bevanart.com.au

Across town or interstate • Fire hazard grass slashing of vacant blocks and small acreage • Weed spraying of vacant blocks and small acreage

Custom made trailers phone Gary on

0428 820 175

www.rowesremovals.com.au

• Renovations and extensions, pergolas and decks and resurfacing concrete • Renovations throughout the Wimmera • Portable shower hire • Tiling David McMaster

CARS, TRUCKS, BUSES, 4WD’S Located at:

DB-U 39486

7 McPherson St, Horsham Ph 0437 985 319 Fax 03 5381 2725

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T & L Popadynec

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• Family run business • Extensions • Concreting

• New homes • Renovations • Pergolas & Decking

Phone - 5382 2817

Peter - 0418 524 879

Tim & Leah

Mob. 0439 022 870

For all your domestic painting needs!

18-20 Dimboola Road, Horsham PH. 5382 7737 AH. 0417 824 141

HARRIS AUTOMOTIVE Qualified Factory Trained Technicians • General & Book Servicing • All Mechanical Repairs • Tyres • Batteries • Accessories • Latest Diagnostic Equipment

Cnr Barkly & Albert Streets, Ararat. Ph: 5352 2005

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Selected Sections

No Camping or Fishing

Fishing Only

Free Camping

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HORSHAM’S 37TH ANNUAL

Eligible Fish: Silverperch, Catfish, Redfin, Yellowbelly and Murray Cod (Legal Size)

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$18,000 Driveaway

Kia Rio S

$17,990

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LEGEND

FISHING CONTEST Proudly sponsored by Horsham Motor Company

**Image used for illustration purposes only**

Proudly sponsored by WebbCon Marine

BlueFin Estuary Trekker

Sunday 9th March 2013 (Labour day weekend) Tench/Carp cash jackpot • Senior & Junior sections • Free Riverbank Camping • Loads of spot prizes

Starts 7:30am - Finishes 3pm - Prize Ceremony 4.30pm

NO CAMPING DAY ONLY

Family and friends who wish to fish together in a quiet and relaxed environment can fish in allocated areas along the river reserved for this specific purpose. All Angling Clubs that enter early will be allocated camping and fishing areas. Camping is free in all allocated areas along the riverfront. Approximately 50% of the river frontage is available for free family camping. Some of the camping areas provided are on private property and we ask all campers to be respectful of this privilege.

Allocation of fishing areas is by the way of colour coded stakes (pegs) which are allocated upon entry. Pegs can be obtained from the site office from Saturday March 1, 2014 and can then be placed at your selected fishing area. Full details of rules and regulations and prize lists are given at time of entry and collection of pegs.

1ST AND 2ND PRIZES ARE EITHER A BOAT OR CAR!

WINNER CHOOSES FIRST! $18,000

(Under 5yrs, must be able to hold rod)

www.facebook.com/horshamfishingcomp www.horshamfishingcomp.com.au horshamfishingcomp@gmail.com ENTER BY RETURN POST OR ONLINE AT WWW.HORSHAMFISHINGCOMP.COM.AU H O R S H A M ’ S

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A N N U A L

Section 1 - Registration

Please complete ALL sections of this form and return to Horsham Fishing Contest - PO Box 47, Horsham 3402

NAME (for return mail)

if fishing, please RE-ENTER name in Section 2

ADDRESS

TOWN / CITY

POST CODE

PHONE NO

EMAIL

Section 2 - Name of Entrants ROD TAG NO.

You may enter up to five entrants with this form, please complete all details for each entrant. Photocopies accepted.

NAME

(OFFICE USE ONLY)

ADDRESS

S = Senior, J = Junior, T = Tiddler

PHONE ON RIVER

TOWN (COMPULSORY)

I /We Agree to the terms and conditions as provided.

Cash

Cheque*

Credit Card

Eftpos

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Expiry: Visa

Master Card

T $2

COST

Cash

Cheque*

Credit Card

*Cheques should be made payable to “Horsham Fishing Competition”. If paying by credit card, please complete the following authority;

Credit Card No: Card Type:

J $15

Total $

Section 3 - Payment Details Payment Type:

S $40

/

CCV:

Bank Card

For any Enquires or for more Information: Office: 0457 GO FISH Phone AH: 0439 826 187

Authorised Signature

Email: horshamfishingcomp@gmail.com BAILLIE STREET

TIMES

Feb 17 - Feb 28 , 9am to 12pm Sat March 1 , 9am to 5pm March 2 - March 6, 9am to 6pm.

ADDITIONAL

SITE OFFICE : 9a Firebrace Street, Horsham From February 17 - March 6

JOS LANE

FIREBRACE STREET

EARLY ENTRY AT NEW LOCATION

SITE OFFICE 9a Firebrace St

McLACHLAN STREET

• Prize presentaion at the Soundshell at 4:30pm Sunday

STAKE COLLECTION PARKING

Available from Site Office New Location: 9a Firebrace St PRE-REGISTERED STAKE COLLECTION TIME Sat, March 1st 2014 - 8am REGISTRATION OPEN Sat, March 1st 2014 - 9am

• All proceeds go towards local charities

SOUNDSHELL REGISTRATION TIMES Fri March 7th & Sat March 8th

9am to 7pm

Sunday March 9th

6am to 12pm

• If a Junior enters the senior section, he/she are only eligible for Senior prizes

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FISHING

FISHING AREAS

Tiddlers - $2

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CONTEST Sunday 9th March 2014 (Labour Day weekend)

**Images used for display purposes only**

(5-15yrs)

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• Tench/Carp cash jackpot • Senior & Junior sections • Free Riverbank Camping • Loads of spot prizes Starts 7:30am - Finishes 3pm - Prize Ceremony 4.30pm

$17,990

Proudly sponsored by Horsham Motor Company

ILY FAM D Y R EVE ISTERE EE REG ES A FR G EIV REC HOPPIN S ER H C VOU KLET BOO

1ST AND 2ND PRIZES ARE EITHER A BOAT OR CAR!

Proudly sponsored by WebbCon Marine

Kia Rio S

FAMILY CAMPING

WINNER CHOOSES FIRST! BlueFin Estuary Trekker

Seniors - $40 Juniors - $15


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ervice diversification underpins vibrant businesses operating from 24 Pynsent Street in Horsham.

While the site is one of the major centres for entertainment and music in the Wimmera, it is also headquarters for an organisation providing aged-care and disability services. Network Video and Music is a vibrant hub for people keen to indulge in music, movies and games. High-quality acoustic and electronic musical instruments and products ranging from pianos, guitars, drum kits and amplifiers to hand-percussion drums and everything in between are available to buy or hire. There is also musical tuition and practice and recording facilities and even phone repairs are available. Of course a vast range of DVDs and Blu-ray discs and games are also at the fingertips. Business owner Keith Batson also runs a Simply Helping care service, managing the needs of many elderly people and others with a range of disabilities. Simply helping services includes a vibrant garden-maintenance team who can provide lawn-mowing, general yard and house maintenance and fencing services. It’s business diversity at its best. For more details call Simply helping on 5381 2076 or Network video and Music on 5382 3139.

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14

Prime7

5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Movie: “Blood Crime” (M v) (’02) Stars: James Caan & Johnathan Schaech 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 Better Homes And Gardens [s] 8:30 The Friday Movie: “Real Steel” (M v) Stars: Hugh Jackman & Dakota Goyo 12:00 Hung: We’re Golden (M s,l) 12:30 The Late Movie: “Alien Abduction” (M v,l) (’98) Stars: Benz Antoine & Michael Buie 2:30 Home Shopping Home And Away 9:30 Shortland St (PG 7TWO 9:00 d) 10:00 Coronation St (PG) 10:30 Beautiful Homes & Great Estates 11:00 Route 66 (PG) 12:00 Naked City (PG) 1:00 Homicide: Life On The Street (M) 2:00 Movie: “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” (PG h) (’77) Stars: Richard Dreyfuss 5:00 Shortland Street 5:30 Coronation St 6:00 Bargain Hunt 7:00 Seven News 7:30 Doc Martin (PG) 8:30 Escape To The Country 9:30 Secret Location (PG) 10:30 The New Reclaimers (PG) 11:30 Downsize Me (PG) 12:30 Homicide: Life On The Street (M) 1:30 Naked City (PG)

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5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings - Summer (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Canal Road (M v,s,l) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now 4:15 National Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News [s] 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 Friday Night Movie: “Valentine’s Day” (M s) (’10) Stars: Bradley Cooper & Jessica Alba 11:00 Late Night Movie: “Spanglish” (M l) (’04) Stars: Adam Sandler, Tea Leoni & Paz Vega 1:30 Late Movie: “Deliverance” (M l,s,a) (’07) Stars: Burt Reynolds & Jon Voight 3:30 Adventures In Rainbow Country 4:00 Extra [s] 4:30 Good Morning America Children’s Programs 10:30 Scooby-doo! GO! 6:00 11:00 Power Rangers Samurai (PG) 11:30 Yu-gioh! Zexal 12:00 Extra 12:30 TMX 2:00 Sullivan & Son (M) 2:30 Two And A Half Men (PG s,l) 3:00 Extra 3:30 Max Steel (PG) 4:00 Batman (PG) 4:30 ScoobyDoo! (PG) 5:00 Movie: “Inkheart” (PG v) (’07) 7:10 Movie: “Monte Carlo” (PG l) (’11) Stars: Selena Gomez 9:30 Movie: “The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants 2” (M a,s) (’08) Stars: Alexis Bledel 12:00 Beware The Batman (M) 12:30 Movie: Superman Doomsday” (M) (’07) Stars: Adam Baldwin 2:00 TMZ Live 3:30 Extra

6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight - Day 6 *Live* 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 (M a,l,d) 1:00 The Doctors (M a,s) 2:00 The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET [s] 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Olympic Winter Games: Sochi Tonight [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Living Room [s] 8:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening - Day 7 *Live 10:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Late - Day 7 *Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight 6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore – ONE Join us we relive all the best action 9:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 12:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 5:25 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live – 98 events in 15 winter sport disciplines will be held 6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 6:30 Olympic Winter Games Sochi Live 7:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 8:10 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 9:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 10:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live

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Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today WIN 6:00 10:00 Mornings - Saturday (PG) 12:00 Dis- TEN

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15

6:00 Home Shopping [s] 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show Weekend (PG) 12:00 Program To Be Advised 1:00 Saturday Afternoon Movie: “Zenon: Z3” (G) (’04) Stars: Kirsten Storms 3:00 Program To Be Advised 5:30 Coxy’s Big Break [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 The Friday Movie: “Grease” (PG a) Stars: John Travolta And Olivia Newton-John 12:20 Hung: Money On The Floor (MA15+ s,l) – When his shoebox of cash goes missing, Ray goes after the prime suspect: Lenore. His investigation lands him a brand new client named Kyla. 1:00 Late Movie: “The Pawn” (MA15+v) (’98) Stars: Greg Evigan 3:00 Home Shopping

7:00 TV Shop 8:00 Selling Houses Abroad (PG) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Surfing The Menu (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 The All Australian News 1:00 Movie: “School For Scoundrels” (G) (’59) 3:00 Surfing The Menu (PG) 3:30 Planet Earth (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 Antiques Roadshow 8:30 Movie: “The Shawshank Redemption” (M v,l) (’93) 11:25 Movie: “Rendition” (M v,l) (’07) 1:45 Movie: “Percy’s Progress” (M a,s) (’74) 3:35 Movie: “The Captain’s Paradise” (G) (’53)

cover Downunder Summer Series 12:30 The Block: Fans V Faves (PG) 4:00 The Bottom Line: Ricky Ponting (PG) 4:30 Animal Emergency [s] 5:00 News: First At Five 5:30 Getaway (PG) 6:00 National News - Saturday [s] 7:00 Saturday Movie: “17 Again” (PG s,v,l) (’09) Stars: Zac Efron 9:00 Saturday Movie: “Wedding Crashers” (M l,s) (’05) Stars: Owen Wilson 11:30 Late Movie: “Murder By Numbers” (MA15+v,a,l,s) (’02) Stars: Sandra Bullock 1:50 Late Late Movie: “The Driver” (M v) (’78) Stars: Ryan O’Neal 4:05 Danoz 4:30 The Middle (PG)

Home Shopping 11:00 Destination GO! 7TWO 10:00 WA 11:30 Great South East 12:00 Queensland Weekender 12:30 Sydney Weekender 1:00 All 4 Adventure 2:00 Seven’s Horse Racing 2013: Lightning Stakes 5:30 Going Bush (PG) 6:00 Neighbours At War (PG a) 6:30 Drug Bust (PG) 7:00 SCU: Serious Crash Unit (PG a) 7:30 Cities Of The Underworld 8:30 A Touch Of Frost (M a,v) 10:40 Taggart (M v) 11:50 Secrets Of War (M) 1:00 Movie: “The Cariboo Trail” (G) (’50) 2:45 Movie: “Too Many Girls” (G) (’40)

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10:00 Ultimate Spider-Man 11:00 Hercules (PG v) 12:00 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction 12:30 Swords: Life On The Line (PG) 1:30 Hook Line and Sinker 2:00 7mate Motorsport: Summernats 1500 4:00 7mate Motorsport: Targa Wrest Point 2014 4:30 Trucks! (PG) 5:00 Xtreme 4x4 5:30 Muscle Car 6:00 Horsepower TV 6:30 Movie: “Lemony Snicket’s” (PG a,v) (’04) 8:30 Movie: “Baseketball” (M l,s,n) (’98) 10:40 The Legends Football League 12:10 Disorderly Conduct Caught On Tape (PG v) 1:10 Monster Nation 2:10 Swords: Life On The Line (PG) 3:10 Gadget Geeks

guitar

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6:00 Children’s Programs 10:30 Batman: The Brave And The Bold (PG v) 11:00 Flea Bitten 11:30 Pyramid 12:00 Kitchen Whiz 12:30 Power Rangers (PG v) 1:00 Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal (PG) 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Fishing Australia 2:30 Itunes Specials (PG) 3:30 The Bachelorette (PG l) 5:30 Itunes Specials 6:30 Movie: “Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past” (PG s,l) (’09) Stars: Jennifer Garner 8:30 Movie: “Fool’s Gold” (M v) (’08) Stars: Kate Hudson & Donald Sutherland 10:50 The Originals (MA15+ v) – The French Quarter prepares for its annual celebration 2:00 Fringe (M) 4:50 Winx Club

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6:00 Movie: “School For Scoundrels” (G) (’59) 8:00 TV Shop 9:40 The Avengers (PG) 10:40 Postcards 11:10 House Husbands (PG) 1:10 Movie: “Calamity Jane” (G) (’53) Stars: Doris Day & Howard Keel 3:15 Movie: “55 Days At Peking” (G) (’63) Stars: Charlton Heston 6:30 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:30 Antiques Roadshow 8:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (M v) 9:30 CSI: NY (M v) 11:30 Prime Suspect (M v) 12:20 Movie: “55 Days At Peking” (G) (’63) Stars: Charlton Heston 3:20 Movie: “Calamity Jane” (G) (’53) Stars: Doris Day & Howard Keel 5:30 Postcards

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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 Saving Grace (M v,a) 3:00 Infomercials 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 American Idol 8:30 Glee (PG s,a) 9:30 Graham Norton (M l) 10:30 Sex And The City (MA15+ s,l) 11:30 The Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET 1:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 1:30 Happy Days 2:00 7th Heaven (PG)

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Seeking Refuge 11:00 Big Ideas (PG) [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Talking Heads [s] 1:00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot (PG) [s] 2:30 As Time Goes By [s] 3:00 Golf: Women’s Australian Open 2014 6:00 Grand Designs: Finnish Log Cabin: Kent [s] 6:50 What’s Your Story? The Collection [s] 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 QI: Gardens (PG) [s] 8:35 The Doctor Blake Mysteries (M v) [s] 9:30 The Guilty (M l,v) [s] 10:15 Lateline [s] 10:55 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (PG) [s] – New Government. Same show and he’s still as mad as hell. 11:25 Hustle (PG) [s] 12:25 rage (MA15+ a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG) 6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:45 The ABC2 Hive 6:00 Cloudbabies 6:15 Mofy 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Seconds From Disaster: Bhopal (PG) 8:20 Video Killed The Radio Star: Artist’s View (PG) 8:45 I’m Having Their Baby (PG) 9:30 Unsafe Sex In The City (M a,s) 10:30 Arrested Development: Queen For A Day (PG) 10:50 Hebburn: A Very Big Day (PG) 11:20 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 11:50 Crownies (M l,s,v) 12:45 Spaced (M l) 1:15 Seconds From Disaster (PG) 2:05 Green Wing (M l,v) 3:00 ABC News Update 6:00 Children’sPrograms 10:30 Steam Punks! 10:55 History Hunters 11:20 WAC 11:45 A World Of Wonders 12:00 BTN Extra 12:15 Backyard Science 12:40 CJ The DJ 1:00 Dex Hamilton 1:30 SheZow 1:55 League Of Super Evil 2:10 Rated A For Awesome 2:25 Oh No! It’s An Alien Invasion 2:55 Blue Water High 3:30 Dead Gorgeous 4:05 The Pinky & Perky Show 4:25 Ruby Gloom 4:45 Kobushi 5:10 Grojband 5:30 Dani’s Castle 6:05 Life With Boys 6:30 Young Dracula 7:00 Wolfblood 7:30 Figaro Pho 7:40 Summer In Transylvania 8:10 WAC 8:35 The Aquabats! 8:55 Larva

ABC3

SBS

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Food Lovers’ Guide To Australia [s] 1:30 Inspector Rex: In Pieces (PG) 2:30 NITV News In Review 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: Dragon’s Blood [s] 6:00 The Lakes With Rory McGrath [s] 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Coast: Life Beyond the Edge [s] 8:35 First Across Australia: Triumph To Tragedy (PG) [s] 9:30 The First World War From Above (PG) 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 The Feed 11:30 Romantic Comedy Movie: “Novo” (MA15+s,n,v) (’02) (In French) 1:15 Inspector Montalbano: Treasure Hunt (M v,l) (In Italian) 3:05 Weatherwatch Overnight Worldwatch News (All day) 4:00 SBS 2 5:00 Massive Moves: Lottery Lodge 4:25 Survivorman: Ten Days Later: Norway 5:15 Iron Chef 6:00 Mythbusters: Wheel of Mythfortune (PG) 7:00 A-League Live - Round 19: Adelaide United V Central Coast Mariners 10:05 How To Get More Sex (M n,s) – A fascinating insight into what draws us to someone and how we can attract the people we fancy. 10:55 Orphan Black: Variations Under Domestication (M s,v) 11:50 South Park: Eat, Pray, Queef (M s,a) 12:20 Facejacker (M l,s) 12:50 SBS PopAsia (PG) 2:55 Weatherwatch Overnight

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 ABC News Mornings 12:30 Newsline 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:30 State To State 3:00 Afternoon Live 5:30 ABC News 6:00 The Drum 6:45 ABC Open 7:00 ABC News 7:32 The World This Week 8:00 News Exchange 8:32 One Plus One 9:00 The World 10:02 The Drum 11:00 ABC News 11:30 Big Ideas 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline 1:00 BBC Impact 1:30 7:30 2:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 3:00 BBC World News 3:30 7:30 4:00 BBC World News 4:30 BBC Focus On Africa 5:00 Al Jazeera

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6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight - Day 7 *Live* 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:00 Studio 10: Saturday Extra (PG) [s] 11:00 Tour The World: Southern Africa & Victoria Falls 1 [s] 11:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield 12:00 The Living Room Encore 1:00 Apex Predators [s] 2:00 Basketball: NBL Championship 2013/14: Round 18: Perth Wildcats V Adelaide 36ers 4:00 It’s A Lifestyle TV [s] 4:30 A Taste of Travel 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Tonight 6:30 Attenborough’s Nature’s Great Events [s] 7:30 Bondi Vet 8:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening - Day 8 1:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight - Day 8

19 - Canberra v West Coast [s] 1:30 Golf: Australian Ladies Masters 2014: Day 3 6:00 Football: WLeague Semi Final 1 Highlights 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Dream Build: Inner House [s] 7:40 Doc Martin [s] 8:20 Dream Build: Inner House [s] 8:30 Agatha Christie’s Poirot: The Labours Of Hercules (M a,v) [s] – After a rare professional failure, Poirot sets off for the Swiss Alps in pursuit of a missing maid. 10:00 Silent Witness: Bloodlines: Part 1 (M a,d,n,v,s) 11:00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg [s] 11:30 rage: Guest Programmer (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,a,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 My Father & The Man In Black (M a,d) 2:35 Ora [s] 2:50 Milos Forman Taking Off In America (PG) 3:55 Season At The Juilliard School New York: Thanksgiving 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 A History of Ancient Britain: Age of Ancestors 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Nature’s Classroom: An Australian Outback Adventure [s] 8:30 Living With The Amish (PG) [s] 9:30 Drama Movie: “Shame” (MA15+ s,n,a) (From the UK) 11:20 Biography Movie: “Hunger” (MA15+ a,n,v) (08) (From Ireland) 1:05 How To Get More Sex (M n,s) 1:35 Comedy Movie: “The Dinner Guest” (PG) (07) (In French) 3:05 Weatherwatch Overnight

ONE

6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore – Join us we relive all the best action 9:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 12:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 5:25 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live – 98 events in 15 winter sport disciplines will be held 6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 6:30 Olympic Winter Games Sochi Live 7:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 8:10 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 9:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 10:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live

ABC2

SBS 2

8:00 Totally Wild 8:30 Me & My Monsters 9:05 The Loop (PG v,l,d,s) 11:35 Happy Days (PG) 12:00 Charmed (PG) 1:00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG) 2:00 To Be Announced 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Sabrina The Teenage Witch (PG) 6:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 6:30 To Be Announced 9:30 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG) 11:30 The Loop (PG v,l,d,s) Scott Tweedie and Ash London bring the latest music videos 2:00 Sabrina The Teenage Witch 2:30 Charmed 3:30 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG) 5:30 Religious Program

ABC3

ABC 24

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6:00 Children’s Programs 9:45 Fleabag Monkeyface 10:10 Rated A For Awesome 10:20 Kobushi 10:30 Oh No! It’s An Alien Invasion 10:55 Rocket Power 11:20 The Super Hero Squad Show 11:45 Star Wars: The Clone Wars 1:40 Erky Perky 2:20 Tracey McBean 2:35 a gURLs wURLd 3:00 The Sleepover Club 3:30 Stoked 4:00 The High Fructose Adventures 4:15 Kid Vs Kat 4:35 Steam Punks! 5:00 Total Drama All Stars 5:25 Horrible Histories 5:55 You’re Skitting Me 6:20 MI High 6:50 Conspiracy 365: November (PG) 7:45 Deltora Quest 8:35 Astro Boy

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 1:00 ALeague: Rnd 19: Adelaide United V Central Coast Mariners 3:00 World B-Boy Championships 3:50 Rhod Gilbert’s Work Experience: Zookeeper (PG) 4:25 Kung Fu Changed My Life (PG) 5:20 Departures (PG l) 6:15 The Feed 6:40 American Ninja Warrior (PG) 7:35 Bare-Faced Cheek (PG) 8:35 RuPaul’s Drag Race (M l) 9:30 Vikings (MA15+v) 10:20 Shameless (MA15+s,l,d) 11:15 Benidorm Bastards (PG) 11:40 Shorts On Screen (PG) 12:15 Movie: “Love Is In The Air” (M d,l,s) (’05) (In French) 2:10 Weatherwatch Overnight 8:00 Weekend Breakfast 11:30 State To State 12:00 ABC News 12:45 The Food Quarter 1:02 National Press Club Address 2:00 ABC News 2:30 Big Ideas 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 6:32 Foreign Correspondent 7:00 ABC News 7:32 State To State 8:02 Four Corners 8:45 The Food Quarter 9:00 ABC News 9:32 Saturday Landline 10:00 ABC News 10:32 The World This Week 11:02 Q&A 12:02 Big Ideas (PG) 1:00 BBC World News 1:30 7:30 2:00 Al Jazeera Newshour

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6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) 11:00 Dr Oz: Are You Normal Or Nuts? Your Quirks, Dreams And Anxieties (PG) 12:00 Program To Be Advised 4:30 Better Homes And Gardens 5:30 Coxy’s Big Break [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Program To Be Advised 7:40 Sunday Night [s] 8:35 INXS: Never Tear Us Apart (M l,a,d,s) – The uncensored television event about one of Australia’s most successful rock bands; INXS. A remarkable story of sex, music, drugs and the pitfalls of fame. 10:35 Program To Be Advised 11:30 Royal Pains (M) [s] 12:30 Hannibal: Apertif (MA15+v) 1:30 Home Shopping 8:30 Home Shopping 9:30 Coastal Kitchen 7TWO 10:00 The People’s Cookbook 11:00 Heaven’s Kitchen At Large 12:00 The Edible Garden 12:30 James Martin Digs Deep 1:00 James Martin’s Brittany 1:30 Take on the Takeaway 2:00 Movie: “Beverly Hills Ninja” (PG l,v,s) (’97) Stars: Robin Shou 4:10 Home & Away Catch-Up 6:30 Seconds From Disaster: Bomb In Oklahoma City (PG v,a) 7:30 The Border 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) 1:00 The People’s Cookbook

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MON-FRI: 9.30am - 5pm SAT-SUN: 10am - 4pm

6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight - Day 8 *Live 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10: Sunday 10:00 Studio 10: Sunday Extra (PG) 11:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 12:00 The Doctors (PG a) 1:00 Natural Conflict (PG a) [s] 2:00 Basketball: NBL Championship 2013/14 - Round 18: Melbourne Tigers V Adelaide 36ers 4:00 Paul McCartney: The Making Of ‘New’ (PG l) 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Olympic Winter Games: Sochi Tonight [s] 6:30 So You Think You Can Dance Australia [s] 8:10 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening - Day 9 *Live 9:30 Olympic Winter Games Sochi: Evening 10:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening 1:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight 6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live: Sochi ONE Overnight - Day 8 6:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore – Join us we relive all the best action 9:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 12:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 5:55 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live: Sochi Early Evening - Day 9 6:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 7:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 8:10 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 9:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 10:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games Sochi Overnight

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Prime7

5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings - SumWIN mer (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] TEN

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 16

6:00 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Financial Review Sunday *Live* – Hosted by Deborah Knight. 10:30 Sarah Shark: Wobbegong - The Forgotten Shark 11:00 Movie: “My Dog Skip” (G) (’00) Stars: Frankie Muniz & Diane Lane 1:00 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain IronMan Series: Round 5 3:00 The Block: Fans V Faves (PG) 5:00 News 5:30 RBT (PG) 6:00 National News Sunday [s]’ 6:30 The Block: Fans V Faves: Week Two Rooms Impress (PG) 7:40 60 Minutes [s] 8:40 Movie: “Contagion” (M a,l) (’11) Stars: Matt Damon 10:50 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Appendicitement (M v) 12:00 Financial Review Sunday 12:30 What Would You Do? (M) 1:30 Spyforce: Breakout (PG) 2:30 20/20 [s] 6:00 Children’s Programs 11:30 Max Steel (PG GO! v) 12:30 Power Rangers Megaforce (PG) 1:00 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal 1:30 Tv Shop 2:00 Top Gear USA (PG) 3:00 Itunes Specials (PG) 4:00 The Bachelorette (PG) 6:00 Movie: “Crocodile Dundee ll” (PG v,l) (’88) Stars: John Cornell, Paul Hogan & Linda Kozlowski 8:00 The Middle (PG) 8:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Wolf Creek” (MA15+ v,l,a) (’05) Stars: John Jarratt 11:30 Movie: “The Wrong Man” (MA15+ v,s,l) (’06) 1:40 Movie: “Chaos” (M v,l,s) (’05) 3:50 Itunes Special 4:50 Winx Club (M v)

9:30 Hercules (PG) 10:30 Xena - Warrior (PG v,h) 11:30 Full Force Nature 12:00 Seinfeld (PG) 4:00 Extreme Engineering: OffShore Oil Platforms 5:00 Construction Zone 5:30 Kings Of Construction 6:30 Movie: “Shanghai Knights” (PG v,l,s) (’03) Stars: Jackie Chan 9:00 Movie: “American Pie 2” (MA15+ s,l,n) (’01) Stars: Jason Biggs 11:15 Movie: “The Sweetest Thing” (MA15+ s) (’02) Stars: Cameron Diaz 1:15 The Chaser’s War On Everything (MA15+) 2:15 App Central (PG) 3:30 Engineering Connections (PG) 4:00 Kings of Construction

MONDAY FEBRUARY 17

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: “Patricia Cornwell: At Risk” (M v,a) (’07) Stars: Andie Macdowel 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 s,d) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:45 Revenge: Mercy (M) [s] 9:45 Chicago Fire: Viral / Better To Lie (M) [s] 11:45 Parks And Recreation (PG) [s] 12:15 Harry’s Practice [s] 1:00 Home Shopping

6:00 TV Shop 6:40 Movie: “The Man Who Finally Died” (PG v,a) (’62) Stars: Stanley Baker 8:30 TV Shop 10:00 Movie: “Miss Robin Hood” (G) (’52) 11:30 Getaway 12:00 House Husbands (PG) 2:00 Movie: “Four For Texas” (PG v) (’63) Stars: Charles Bronson 4:25 Movie: “The Maltese Falcon” (PG v) (’41) Stars: Humphrey Bogart 6:30 Movie: “The Time Machine” (PG v,sn) (’02) Stars: Guy Pearce 8:30 Movie: “Contact” (M a) (’97) Stars: Jodie Foster 11:30 Longmire (M v) 12:30 Getaway 1:00 Seaway (PG) 2:00 TV Shop 4:00 Nopalea

12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Canal Road (M v,s,l) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive & Cooking [s] 3:00 Nine News 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News [s] 7:30 The Block: Party Time (PG) 8:40 Series Premiere: Love Child (M a) 9:40 Movie: “Crazy Stupid Love” (M s,l) (’11) – A middle-aged husband’s life changes dramatically when his wife asks him for a divorce. Stars: Ryan Gosling & Steve Carell 12:00 Win’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Oh Sit! (PG) 2:00 The Avengers [s] 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

Shortland St (PG) 10:00 Coronation St GO! 7TWO 9:30 (PG) 10:30 Last Chance Surgery (PG) 11:00 Route 66 (PG) 12:00 Naked City (PG) 1:00 Homicide: Life On The Street (M) 2:00 Movie: “The Jewel In The Crown” (PG a) Stars: Susan Wooldridge 4:30 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries 5:00 Shortland Street 5:30 Coronation St 6:00 Bargain Hunt 7:00 Seven News 7:30 Mighty Planes 8:30 Mrs Brown’s Boys (M l,s) 9:10 Vicious (PG) 9:40 Mrs Brown’s Boys (M l) 10:20 Citizen Khan (PG) 11:45 Between The Lines (M) 1:00 Homicide: Life On The Street (M) 2:00 Naked City (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Power Rangers 11:30 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal 12:00 Extra (PG) 12:30 TMZ 2:00 Itunes Specials (PG) 2:30 The Middle (PG) 3:00 Extra 3:30 Max Steel (PG) 4:00 Kids’ WB 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Adventure Time (PG) 5:30 The Block: Fans V Faves (PG v) 6:30 Two And A Half Men (PG s) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Auction Hunters 8:00 Toy Hunters 8:30 Top Gear (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Battle: Los Angeles” (M v,l) (’11) Stars: Aaron Eckhart 12:00 Auction Hunters 12:30 Toy Hunter 1:00 Top Gear 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra

9:00 Infomercials 9:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 10:00 7th Heaven 11:00 Get Ace 11:30 Frasier (PG) 12:00 Charmed (PG) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Infomercials 2:30 Neighbours 5:00 Sabrina (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG) 6:30 The Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:00 The Simpsons (PG) 8:00 Futurama (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Juno” (M l,s,a) (’07) Stars: Ellen Page 10:30 Wilfred (MA15+ d) 11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 11:30 Sabrina (PG) 12:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle 1:00 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG) 2:00 7th Heaven (PG) 3:00 Charmed (PG)

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9:30 Shortland Street (PG) 10:00 Coronation GO! 7TWO St 10:30 Last Chance Surgery (PG) 11:00 Route 66 (PG) 12:00 Naked City (PG) 1:00 Homicide: Life On The Street (M) 2:00 Blue Heelers (M v) 3:00 Royal Upstairs Downstairs 4:00 The Jewel In The Crown (PG v,a,s) 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) 11:40 Salvage Code Red (M) 1:00 Homicide: Life On The Street (M) 2:00 Naked City (PG) 3:00 Route 66 (PG)

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8:00 Pair Of Kings 8:30 Fish Hooks 9:00 Gadget Geeks (PG) 10:00 Ultimate SpiderMan 11:00 Motor Mate 1:30 Dream Car Garage 2:00 Inside West Coast Customs 3:00 Xena Warrior Princess 4:00 Hercules 5:00 Just Shoot Me! 5:30 Seinfeld (PG) 6:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 7:00 How I Met Your Mother (PG) 7:30 World’s Craziest Fools (PG) 9:00 American Dad (PG) 9:30 Family Guy (M) 11:00 American Dad (M) 12:00 Eastbound & Down (MA15+ l,d,s,n) 12:30 Scare Tactics (M) 1:30 Gadget Geeks 2:30 Motor Mate 5:00 Dream Car Garage (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:30 Adventure Time 11:00 Power Rangers Megaforce (PG) 11:30 Yugi-oh! Zexal 12:00 Extra 12:30 TMZ 2:00 Toy Hunter 2:30 Auction Hunters 3:00 Extra 3:30 Max Steel (PG) 4:00 Kids’ WB 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Adventure Time (PG) 5:30 The Block: Fans V Faves (PG v) 6:30 Two And A Half Men (PG s) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 World's Scariest Holidays (PG) 8:30 The Bachelorette (PG) 10:30 Sun, Sex And Suspicious Parents (PG) 11:30 Itunes Specials (M) 12:00 The Bachelorette (PG) 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra 4:00 Power Rangers Megaforce

GEM

6:00 Friends 6:30 Skippy 7:00 TV Shop 8:00 The Baron (PG) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Surfing The Menu (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Laxdale Hall” (G) (’53) Stars: Raymond Huntley 2:00 Surfing The Menu (PG) 2:30 Big Families (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 Life In The Undergrowth 8:30 The Amazing 80’s (M) 9:30 Movie: “Seven” (MA15+ v,a,l) (’95) Stars: Brad Pitt 12:00 Prime Suspect (M) 1:00 Dangerman (PG) 2:00 TV Shop

8:00 Weekend Breakfast 9:02 Insiders 10:00 Weekend Breakfast 11:30 State To State 12:00 ABC News 12:45 The Consumer Quarter 1:02 Big Ideas 2:00 ABC News 2:30 Offsiders 3:00 ABC News 3:32 The World This Week 4:00 ABC News 4:30 The Truth About Us 5:00 ABC News 5:32 State To State 6:00 ABC News 6:32 Australian Story 7:00 ABC News 7:32 Asia Pacific Focus 8:02 Insiders 9:00 ABC News 9:32 One Plus One 10:00 News 10:32 Foreign Correspondent 11:02 Landline 12:02 The World This Week 12:30 Compass 1:00 BBC World News

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Backyard ABC Science 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Re- SBS

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6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live: Sochi Overnight - Day 8 6:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore – Join us we relive all the best action 9:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 12:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 5:55 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live: Sochi Early Evening - Day 9 6:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 7:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 8:10 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 9:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 10:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games Sochi Overnight

ABC2

SBS 2

11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Saving Grace (M v,d) 3:00 Infomercials 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 8:00 Raising Hope (PG) 8:30 Supernatural (M v,sn) 9:30 Death Valley (MA15+ l,v,h) 10:30 Movie: “The Haunting” (M v,sn) (’99) 1:00 The Late Show (PG) 2:00 ET 2:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 3:00 Charmed (PG) 4:00 Star Trek

ABC3

ABC 24

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings - Summer (PG) TEN WIN 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The

Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Canal Road (M v,s,l) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive & Cooking [s] 3:00 News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News [s] 7:30 The Block: Fans V Faves: Stormy Days (PG) 8:40 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:40 2 Broke Girls (M s) 10:40 Two And A Half Men (M s) 11:40 Weeds: Vehement v Vigorous (MA15+l) 12:00 Win’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Extra [s] 2:00 Seaway (PG) 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News

ABC 24

port [s] 12:30 Talking Heads [s] 1:00 Landline [s] 2:00 Gardening Australia [s] 2:30 As Time Goes By [s] 3:00 East Of Everything (PG) [s] 4:00 New Tricks (PG) 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:05 Grand Designs: Shaped Like a Curvy Seashell: Shaldon, Devon [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Australian Story [s] 8:30 Four Corners [s] 9:15 Media Watch [s] 9:35 Q&A [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:35 Dalziel And Pascoe: Heads You Lose (M d,s,v) 1:15 Movie: “Intolerance” (PG) (’16) Stars: Lillian Gish 4:05 Grand Designs: Shaldon, Devon [s]

Prime7

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: “Schemes” (M s,l,v,a) (’95) Stars: James McCaffrey 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 v) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 9:00 Winners & Losers: Afternoon Delight (PG s,d) 10:00 Parenthood: In Dreams Begin Responsibilities (PG s) 11:00 Scandal: White Hat’s Back On (MA15+v) 12:00 It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia (M) 12:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Children’s Programs 8:25 League Of Super Evil 8:45 Prank Patrol Super Show! 9:15 The Crust 9:40 Life With Boys 10:05 Naturally Sadie 10:30 The Wannabes 10:50 Girls In Love 11:15 MAL.COM 11:25 Dance Academy 1:30 Big Babies 1:45 I Got A Rocket 2:00 Sally Bollywood 2:15 Don’t Blame The Koalas 2:40 Blue Water High 3:10 Mortified 3:35 WAC: World Animal Championships 4:00 The Little Prince 4:55 Splatalot 5:20 Officially Amazing 5:50 Deadly 60 6:20 Spectacular Spider-Man: Interactions (PG) 6:50 Conspiracy 365: December (PG) 7:45 Jeopardy

ABC3

SBS

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 1:30 Cycling Central 2:00 Speedweek [s] 4:00 2014 Superbike World Championship [s] 4:30 UEFA Champions League Magazine [s] 5:00 Living Black Conversations [s] 5:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Meera Syal [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Lost Worlds: Archaeology: A Secret History: The Search for Civilisation [s] 8:30 Blackout (M a,v,l) [s] – A terrifyingly ‘what-if’ account of Britain being plunged into darkness. 9:55 Everything And Nothing: Everything [s] 11:05 Drama Movie: “Mommo The Bogeyman” (PG) (’09) (In Turkish) 12:50 Thriller Movie: “Vares: Private Eye” (MA15+v,l,s) (’04) (In Finnish) 2:35 Weatherwatch Overnight Worldwatch News 12:05 Into the SBS 2 5:20 Universe with Stephen Hawking 1:00 Brave New World with Stephen Hawking 2:05 Foodie Planet: Destination Polynesia 3:05 No Kitchen Required (PG a) 4:00 SBS PopAsia (PG) 6:00 G* Wars (PG) 6:55 Iron Chef 7:40 If You Are The One 8:35 South Park: The Hobbit (Ms,l) 9:00 Russell Howard’s Good News (M s,l) 9:35 South Park (M s,l) 10:00 Bunk (PG l) 10:30 Drama Movie: “Pure” (MA15+ s,l) (In Swedish) 12:20 The Phone: Netherlands (M l) 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Titanic (PG) [s] 1:55 The Last Explorers [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 One Man & His Campervan [s] 5:30 Global Village [s] 6:00 The Lakes with Rory McGrath [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:35 Strip The City: Tokyo Megaquake City [s] 8:35 Stephen Hawking’s Future Universe (PG) 9:30 Housos: Green Day (MA15+a,d,s,l)10:00 Swift & Shift Couriers (M a,s,l) 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 The World Game 11:30 Clown: Dad’s Last Wish (MA15+s) 12:00 Shorts on Screen (M s,l) 12:35 Derren Brown Investigates (PG) [s] 1:30 William Shatner’s Weird Or What?

GEM

9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Surfing The Menu (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Entertaining Mr Sloane” (M a,s) (’70) Stars: Beryl Reid 2:00 Surfing The Menu (PG) 2:30 Antiques Roadshow 3:30 Zoo Juniors 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 RBT (PG) 8:00 Rapid Response (PG) 8:30 What’s Your Emergency? (M) 9:30 Embarrassing Bodies (M mp,n) 10:30 Big Families (PG) 11:30 The Big C (M l,a) 12:00 Friends (PG) 12:30 Adventures In Rainbow Country 1:00 Dangerman (PG) 2:00 TV Shop

ABC

6:00 rage 7:30 Asia Pacific Focus [s] 8:00 Weekend Breakfast [s] 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Offsiders [s] 10:30 Doc Martin (PG) [s] 11:30 Songs Of Praise: Knaresborough [s] 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Golf: Women’s Australian Open 2014: Final Day *Live 6:00 Football: W-League: Semi Final 2: Highlights 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 David Attenborough’s Rise of Animals: Dawn Of The Mammals [s] 8:30 Rake (M l,s) 9:30 The Kangaroo Gang (M l,n) [s] 10:25 Girt By Sea (M a,l) [s] 11:25 Movie: “Play It Again, Sam” (M a,s) (’72) Stars: Woody Allen 12:50 Agatha Christie’s The Secret Adversary (PG) 2:45 Dalziel & Pascoe: The Cave Woman (M d,v) 4:30 David Attenborough’s Rise Of Animals 6:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Mister Maker ABC2 4:25 Penelope 4:30 Babar 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:15 Peppa Pig 5:35 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:00 Cloudbabies 6:15 Mofy: A Sunbeam 6:20 Miffy & Friends 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specs 7:30 The True Story: Star Trek (PG) 8:15 Video Killed The Radio Star 8:40 My Child’s Not Perfect (PG) 9:30 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends: Christianity (M l) 10:20 Unsafe Sex In The City (M a,s) 11:20 The Anti-Social Network (M a,l,s) 12:15 Dogs in Space (MA15+l,d,s) 2:00 Like A Version 2:05 ABC News Update

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6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight - Day 9 *Live 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 (M s) 1:00 The Doctors (M s) 2:00 The Living Room Encore 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET [s] 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Olympic Winter Games: Sochi Tonight [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening - Day 10 *Live – Men’s Snowboard Cross Finals. 8:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening - Day 10 *Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games Sochi: Overnight - Day 10 *Live

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9:00 Gadget Geeks (PG) 10:00 Ultimate Spider-Man 11:00 Motor Mate 12:00 Xena - Warrior Princess (PG v) 1:00 Motor Mate 1:30 Dream Car Garage 2:00 Hollywood Treasure 3:00 Xena - Warrior Princess (PG) 4:00 Hercules (PG) 5:00 Just Shoot Me! 5:30 Seinfeld (PG) 6:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 7:00 How I Met Your Mother (PG s,a) 7:30 Rocket City Rednecks (PG) 8:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 9:30 American Restoration 10:30 American Pickers (PG) 11:30 Sportsfan Clubhouse 12:30 Scare Tactics (M) 1:30 Gadget Geeks 2:30 Motor Mate 5:00 Dream Car Garage (PG)

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6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:20 Charlie & Lola 5:35 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 5:45 The Hive 6:00 Cloudbabies 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Seconds From Disaster: 9/11 (PG) 8:30 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends: UFO’s (M l) 9:20 Hell On Wheels: The White Spirit (M v) 10:00 Arrested Development (M s) 10:25 My Child’s Not Perfect (PG) 11:10 Crownies (M a,l,s) 12:10 Seconds From Disaster: 9/11 (PG) 1:00 World’s Toughest Driving Tests 1:55 Art Race 2:20 Hell On Wheels 3:10 ABC News Update 6:00 Children’s Programs 10:55 History Hunters 11:20 WAC: World Animal Championships 11:45 A World Of Wonders 12:00 BTN Extra 12:15 Backyard Science 12:40 CJ The DJ 1:00 Dex Hamilton 1:40 Almost Naked Animals 2:10 Rated A For Awesome 2:25 Oh No! It’s An Alien Invasion 2:55 Blue Water High 3:30 Dead Gorgeous 4:05 Dennis & Gnasher 4:45 Kid Vs Kat 5:10 Grojband 5:40 The Aquabats! Super Show! 6:05 Life With Boys 6:30 Operation Ouch! 7:00 Horrible Histories 7:30 Star Wars: The Clone Wars (PG) 8:25 My Place 8:50 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 4:00 Bang Goes The Theory 4:30 Survivorman: Norway: Part 2 (PG) 5:20 Iron Chef 6:10 Ninja Warrior (PG) 6:35 If You Are The One 7:35 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock: Mama Mia (PG) 8:30 Life Support (M a) – Spoof lifestyle program 9:00 Wilfred: Dog of a Town (MA15+ l,n,s) 9:30 A-League Highlights Show 10:30 The Feed (M s,a) 11:00 Comedy Bang! Bang! (PG) 11:25 Don’t Tell My Mother.. Venezuela (PG) 12:25 Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Bart Oates (MA15+s,a,v) 12:40 MXC (M s) 1:10 Weatherwatch Overnight 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 ABC News Mornings 12:30 Asia Pacific Focus 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:30 One Plus One 3:00 Afternoon Live 5:30 ABC News 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Health Quarter 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Grandstand 8:00 ABC News 8:32 The Business 9:00 The World 9:35 Q&A 10:30 ABC News 11:02 The Drum 11:45 The Health Quarter 12:00 ABC News 12:20 Lateline 1:00 BBC Impact 1:30 Newsline 2:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 3:00 BBC Global 3:30 The Business 4:00 BBC World News 4:30 BBC Focus On Africa

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Behind SBS ABC The News [s] 10:25 Real Chinese [s] 10:55 A

6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight - Day 10 *Liv 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10 You (PG) [s] 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (M s,a) 1:00 The Doctors (M a,s) 2:00 The Living Room Encore 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Entertainment Tonight [s] 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Olympic Winter Games: Sochi Tonight [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia (PG a) 8:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening - Day 11 *Live 10:30 Olympic Winter Games Sochi: Late - Day 11 *Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight

Table! [s] 11:00 Four Corners [s] 11:45 Media Watch [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Talking Heads [s] 1:00 Q&A [s] 2:00 Compass (PG) [s] 2:30 As Time Goes By (PG) 3:00 East Of Everything (PG) [s] 4:00 New Tricks (PG) 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News [s] 6:00 Grand Design [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Family Confidential (PG) 8:30 New Tricks (PG) [s] 9:30 At The Movies [s] 10:00 Jennifer Byrne Presents: Tim Winton 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Four Corners [s] 12:15 Media Watch [s] 12:35 Movie: “Jet Storm” (PG) (’59) Stars: Richard Attenborough

5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Persons Of Interest: Michael Hyde (PG) 2:00 The Long March To Freedom (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 Volcano Lady [s] 6:00 The Lakes with Rory McGrath [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are: Rove McManus (PG) 8:30 Insight [s] 9:30 Dateline [s] 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 The Bridge (M n,d,v) – Angered by the public’s indifference to child labour, the killer hijacks a bus full of children. 12:05 Undercover Cop (M l) 1:35 Destination Australia [s] 2:35 Weatherwatch Overnight

ONE

6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live: Sochi Overnight - Day 8 6:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore – Join us we relive all the best action 9:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 12:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 5:55 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live: Sochi Early Evening - Day 9 6:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 7:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 8:10 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 9:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 10:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games Sochi Overnight

ABC2

SBS 2

11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Saving Grace (M v,a) 3:00 Infomercials 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 (PG s,d) 9:00 How To Live With Your Parents (M s,d) 9:30 Sex And The City (MA15+ s,l,d) 10:05 Fresh Meat (MA15+ s,l) 11:05 Cheers (PG) 11:30 Late Show 12:30 Entertainment Tonight

ABC3

ABC 24

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6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:20 Charlie & Lola 5:45 The Hive 6:00 Cloudbabies 6:15 Mofy 6:20 Miffy & Friends 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Seconds From Disaster: Pearl Harbor (PG) 8:20 The Checkout 8:30 Good Game 9:00 The Spoils Of Babylon: The Foundling 9:25 Hard Time (M a) 10:20 Arrested Development (PG) 10:40 Highway Thru Hell (PG) 11:30 Crownies (M a,l,s) 12:25 Seconds From Disaster: Pearl Harbor (PG) 1:15 Being Human (M v) 2:15 Like A Version 2:20 ABC News Update 6:00 Children’s Programs 10:05 Parallax 10:30 Steam Punks! 10:55 History Hunters 11:20 WAC 11:45 A World Of Wonders 12:00 BTN Extra 12:15 Backyard Science 12:40 CJ The DJ 1:00 Dex Hamilton 1:30 SheZow 1:40 Almost Naked Animals 2:10 Rated A For Awesome 2:25 Oh No! It’s An Alien Invasion 2:55 Blue Water High 3:30 Dead Gorgeous 4:05 Dennis & Gnasher 4:45 Kid Vs Kat 5:10 Grojband 5:40 The Aquabats! 6:05 Life With Boys 6:30 Operation Ouch! 7:00 Horrible Histories 7:30 Star Wars 8:25 Chris Humfrey’s Wild Life 8:50 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho

5:00 Worldwatch News (All Day) 4:00 Bang Goes The Theory 4:30 The World Game 5:00 A-League Highlights Show 6:05 Ninja Warrior (PG) 6:35 If You Are The One 7:30 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock: Kidney Now! (PG) 8:30 Orphan Black: Parts Developed in an Unusual Manner (M s,v,a) 9:20 The Returned: Simon (M l,v) 10:20 The Feed 10:50 Comedy Bang! Bang! (M l) 11:15 Action Movie: “Bangkok Dangerous” (MA15+ a,v,l) (’00) (In Thai) 1:10 Tim And Eric’s Awesome Show, Great Job (M s,l,d) 1:25 MXC (M s) 1:55 Weatherwatch Overnight

6:00 ABC News 9:30 ABC News Mornings 12:00 ABC News 12:30 Newsline 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:30 Landline 3:00 Afternoon Live 5:30 ABC News 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Indigenous Quarter 7:00 ABC News 7:30 Grandstand 8:00 ABC News 8:32 The Business 9:00 The World 10:02 The Drum 10:45 The Indigenous Quarter 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:20 Lateline 1:00 BBC Impact 1:30 Newsline 2:00 Al Jazeera 3:00 BBC Global 3:30 The Business 4:00 BBC World News 4:30 BBC Focus On Africa 5:00 Al Jazeera

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WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19

FREE TV Guide Prime7

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: “Running Home” (M v) (’98) Stars: Claudia Christian 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) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:45 The Blacklist: The Alchemist (M) 9:45 Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D: The Magical Place (M) 10:45 Defiance: Pilot - Part 2 (M v,s) 11:40 Olivia Lee: Dirty, Sexy, Funny (MA15+s,n) 12:05 The Cult: The Commencement (M v) 1:00 Home Shopping Shortland St (PG) 10:00 Coronation St 7TWO 9:30 (PG) 10:30 Last Chance Surgery (PG) 11:00 Route 66 (PG) 12:00 Naked City (PG) 1:00 Homicide (M) 2:00 Blue Heelers (M v) 3:00 Royal Upstairs Downstairs 4:00 The Jewel In The Crown (PG v,a,s) 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 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 Route 66 2:00 Home Shopping

WIN

TEN

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings - Summer (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Canal Road (M v,s,l) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive & Cooking [s] 3:00 News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News [s] 7:30 The Block: Fans V Faves: An Exciting Challenge (PG) 8:40 David Blaine’s What Is Magic (M a) 9:40 David Blaine’s: Vertigo (M a) – Blaine’s next stunt involves the ultimate test of endurance 10:40 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Backfire (M v) 11:40 Extra [s] 12:00 Win’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 Dallas: A Call to Arms (M d) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News Children’s Programs 12:00 Extra 12:30 GO! 6:00 TMZ 2:00 Itunes Specials (M) 3:00 Extra 3:30 Max Steel (PG) 4:00 Kids’ WB 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Adventure Time (PG) 5:30 Suburgatory (PG) 6:00 The Block: Fans V Faves (PG v) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Two And A Half Men (PG) 8:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:30 Criss Angel Mindfreak: Death Crash (M a,v) 9:30 The Originals (M) 10:30 Movie: “The Final Destination” (MA15+ v,h,s,l) (’09) 12:10 Criss Angel Mindfreak (M a,v) 1:00 The Originals (M) 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra 4:00 Power Rangers Megaforce

6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Overnight - Day 11 *Live 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 a,s) 2:00 The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET [s] 4:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Olympic Winter Games: Sochi Tonight [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Biggest Loser: Challenge Australia (PG a) 8:25 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening - Day 12 – Men’s Alpine Giant Slalom Gold Medal. 9:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi: Evening Day 12 *Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi 6:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live: Sochi ONE Overnight - Day 8 6:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore – Join us we relive all the best action 9:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 12:00 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Encore 5:55 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live: Sochi Early Evening - Day 9 6:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 7:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 8:10 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 9:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 10:30 Olympic Winter Games - Sochi Live 1:00 Olympic Winter Games Sochi Overnight

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Prime7

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings - Summer (PG) WIN 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The TEN

8:30 Fish Hooks 9:00 Gadget Geeks (PG) 10:00 Ultimate Spider-Man 11:00 Motor Mate 1:30 Dream Car Garage 2:00 Cash Cowboys 3:00 Xena - Warrior Princess 4:00 Hercules 5:00 Just Shoot Me! 5:30 Seinfeld (PG) 6:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 7:00 How I Met Your Mother (PG) 7:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 8:00 American Restoration 8:30 Hardcore Pawn (M) 9:30 American Pickers (PG) 11:30 Rude Tube (M v) 12:00 Eastbound & Down (MA15+ s,l,d,v) 12:30 Scare Tactics (M) 1:30 Style in Steel 2:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Sons And Daughters(PG) 4:00 Motor Mate

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5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Silent Warnings” (M v,h,l,s) (’03) Stars: Stephen Baldwin 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) 8:00 Tricked (PG) 9:00 Young, Lazy And Driving Us Crazy (PG) 10:00 Botched Up Bodies (M) 11:00 Travel Unravelled: Ready For My Close-Up (M) 11:30 Parks And Recreation: How A Bill Becomes A Law (PG) [s] 12:00 Special: MacArthur’s Dream [s] 1:00 Home Shopping

6:30 Skippy 7:00 TV Shop 8:00 The Baron (PG) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Surfing The Menu (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Spring And Port Wine” (PG s) (’70) Stars: James Mason 2:00 Surfing The Menu (PG) 2:30 To Be Announced 3:30 Life In The Undergrowth 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Customs (PG) 8:00 Rapid Response (PG) 8:30 RPA (M mp) 9:30 Life Flight (PG) 10:30 Air Crash Confidential (M) 11:30 AFP (M l) 12:00 Hoarding: Buried Alive (PG) 1:00 Gideon’s Way (PG) 2:00 TV Shop

Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Canal Road (M v,s,l) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive & Cooking [s] 3:00 News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News [s] 7:30 The Block: Fans V Faves: The Pressure Builds (PG) 8:30 The Block: Fans V Faves: Unlocked (PG) 9:10 Sherlock: His Last Vow (M v) – A case of stolen letters leads Sherlock Holmes into a long conflict with Charles Augustus Magnussen 11:10 CSI: NY: Command (M) 12:00 Win’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Extra [s] 2:00 Dangerman (PG) 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News

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

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:30 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal 12:00 Extra 12:30 TMZ 2:00 Itunes Specials (M) 3:00 Extra 3:30 Max Steel (PG) 4:00 Kids’ WB 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Adventure Time (PG) 5:30 The Block: Fans V Faves (PG v) 6:30 Two And A Half Men (PG s) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Two And A Half Men (PG) 8:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:30 Movie: “XXX: The Next Level ” (M v,l) (’05) Stars: Samuel. L. Jackson 10:40 Movie: “Final Destination 5” (MA15+ v,h) (’11) Stars: Nicholas Dagosto 12:40 MAD (M) 1:00 Adventure Time 1:30 Batman 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra

Chance Surgery (PG) 11:00 Route 66 (PG) 12:00 Naked City (PG) 1:00 Homicide (M) 2:00 Blue Heelers (M v) 3:00 Royal Upstairs Downstairs 4:00 The Jewel In The Crown (PG v,a,s) 5:00 Shortland Street 5:30 Coronation St 6:00 Bargain Hunt 7:00 Seven News 7:30 Movie: “The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy” (PG v) (’05) Stars: Alan Rickman 9:45 Movie: “Tremors” (M h,l) (’90) Stars: Fred Ward 11:45 The Bill (M) 1:00 Last Chance Surgery (PG) 1:30 Naked City (PG) 2:00 Route 66 (PG)

7MATE

8:00 Pair Of Kings 8:30 Fish Hooks 9:00 Gadget Geeks (PG) 10:00 Ultimate SpiderMan 11:00 Motor Mate 1:30 Dream Car Garage 2:00 Gator Boys 3:00 Xena - Warrior Princess 4:00 Hercules 5:00 Just Shoot Me! 5:30 Seinfeld (PG) 6:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 7:00 How I Met Your Mother (PG) 7:30 Swamp People (PG) 8:30 Tattoo Nightmares (M s,l) 9:30 Special: Outback Truckers (PG) 10:30 America’s Hardest Prisons (M) 11:30 SportsFan Clubhouse (PG) 12:30 Scare Tactics (M) 1:30 Gadget Geeks 2:30 Motor Mate 5:00 Pimp My Ride

GEM

8:00 Hoarding: Buried Alive (PG) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Surfing The Menu (PG) 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Three Hats For Lisa” (G) (’65) Stars: Sid James 2:30 Life Flight (PG) 3:30 Customs (PG) 4:00 Rapid Response (PG l) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Planet Earth (PG) 8:30 Mayday Mayday - Terror On QF32 (M) 9:30 Domestic Blitz (PG) 10:30 Selling Houses Abroad (PG) 11:30 Young Rich And House Hunting (M l) 12:00 Friends (PG) 12:30 Adventures In Rainbow Country 1:00 Gideon’s Way (PG)

11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 Star Trek (PG) 2:00 Saving Grace (M v,a) 3:00 Infomercials 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 (PG) 8:00 Futurama (PG) 8:30 American Idol (PG) The Simpsons (PG v) 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 1:30 Happy Days (PG)

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FEELING ON TOP OF THE WORLD: A bus service now takes people to the Mt William summit, allowing more access to the highest point of the Grampians National Park. Pictured is the Halls Gap Tourism executive and tourists taking advantage of the free service.  Pictured: CONTRIBUTED

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alls Gap Tourism is hoping a free bus service to the top of Mt William will entice more visitors to take in the Grampians National Park.

The return bus service, which attracted more than 170 patrons in its first weekend, is being used to entice visitors to the Grampians, after last month’s bushfire. Halls Gap Tourism has applied for state and federal government grants to reimburse the service and secure its future. Vice-chairman Jeff Lovell said Halls Gap Tourism created the bus service from the Mt William car park to the mountain’s summit as an alternative

to Boroka Lookout, closed for rehabilitation since the fire. “This is the first time that the public has been given access via vehicle to the stunning Mt William summit – the Grampians’ highest point,” he said. “We really appreciate Parks Victoria giving us unprecedented access at least until Boroka opens again.” Mr Lovell said Boroka Lookout has been one of the Grampians’ most accessible scenic lookouts. “It’s a pretty big blow for tourists not to have access Boroka Lookout right now,” he said. “And the less scenic tourists we have in the area, the more economic impact it has on Halls Gap traders.”

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People can also walk to the Mt William summit – two kilometres from the car park, taking about 45 minutes and requiring a good degree of fitness. “The bus service opens up this part of the park for a whole new audience to enjoy; people with restricted mobility, the elderly or those with small children. Everyone has just loved it. We’re really thrilled that we can capture this audience and encourage them to enjoy our park and visit Halls Gap,” he said. The free bus runs daily from 10am to 2pm except on total fire ban days. Mr Lovell said people can contact Halls Gap Visitor Information Centre for more information on 1800 065 599.

Ararat pet microchip day Pet owners in the Ararat Rural City Council can microchip their dogs and cats at a reduced cost on Saturday.

The council will host the microchipping day at Alexandra Hall, from 9am to 1pm. The cost will be $25. All cats and dogs over three months of age have to be microchipped and registered. Local Laws team leader Ricky Bowen said the microchipping day aimed to encourage residents to microchip and register their pets.

“If your pet isn’t microchipped or has no registration tag, we have no way of returning your loved pet back to you,’’ he said. “By law, after eight days council becomes the owner, and if we can’t find the owner by then we rehouse the animal. “The subsidised cost is only possible with the willingness of the Ararat Veterinary Clinic to assist, along with Microchips Australia providing the microchip at cost.” Council requires all dogs to be on a lead and cats in cages on the day.

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Sandwich Generation refers to people who are ‘sandwiched’ between caring for elderly parents and adult children still living in the family home, namely: • Baby-boomers – those born between the years 1946 and 1964 • Generation X – people born between 1965 and 1983. As a society we are living longer but unfortunately longevity comes at a cost. It’s not uncommon for older people to become the primary carer for elderly parents. Caring for someone is difficult emotionally, but can also affect the household finances as work hours are reduced or careers cut short to accommodate carer responsibilities. At the other end of the spectrum, adult children pursuing higher education are living in the family home longer than previous generations because the costs associated with moving out prohibit them from achieving their independence. People with elderly parents and adult chil-

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dren living in the one home often find themselves in an unexpected financial situation. At a life-stage when most are planning to down-size their homes, the Sandwich Generation is forced to consider other options such as renovating to increase space or provide more privacy. No longer are ‘granny flats’ inhabited by older family members; now it’s the kids who have taken over these coveted domains. Of the three generations potentially living under these arrangements, only one is usually in the position to pay for expansions. Yet the retirement strategies of these people hadn’t anticipated issues such as late-life mortgages. For people already in this situation, a range of government services are available. Contact My Aged Care on 1800 200 422 or visit www.myagedcare.gov.au

Looking ahead

Financial advisers are helping a growing number of clients create strategies for managing these future financial pressures. Already highlighted is a current lack of trauma and disability insurance. This will provide a lump sum to cover costs if a critical illness is brought on by the extra stress of these situations, placing the in-between generation in a better position to manage this phase financially and emotionally.

• increasing superannuation contributions; • nominating superannuation beneficiaries; • establishing powers of attorney and maintaining wills. Your financial adviser can discuss these and other relevant strategies with you to determine the most appropriate for your situation and your future needs. As housing costs increase and we continue to live longer, the pressures of multigenerational accommodation will affect today’s younger generations, tomorrow. The key to achieving financial security is

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Hang on a tick! 1. What was the name of the drug starting with ‘T’ and also known under brand names Inmunoprin, Talider and Talizer, that many women used for labour pains about 50 years ago and was ultimately found to cause birth defects? 2. True or false? Our sea gulls, despite many of them living on the sea, need to find fresh water every day to drink 3. If you were buying a ‘Jill’ from a breeder to catch rabbits in the Wimmera, what specifically would you be buying? 4. Wimmera people are among worldwide consumers of what product brands origi-

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9. The 3WM Brekky Show’s popular Nims Azoor is of Sri Lankan descent. We often see the cricket fans wave the Sri Lankan flag. What animal features on the flag and what is it holding? 10. Still on flags. There is some debate that Australians should reclaim the Eureka southern cross flag as a national symbol. How many stars are on the flag?

Answers: 1. Thalidomide. 2. False. They can drink sea water and remove salt through a relatively simple but highly effective filtration system in their heads.3. A female ferret. 4. Sports shoe brands. They created rival companies after a split in 1948, Adolf developing Adidas and Rudolf, Puma. 5. The dual- flush toilet.6. Sheep. They had been domesticated in Greece by 7200BC. Chickens came more than 100 years later in Indochina. 7. Animal, Leadbeaters possum; bird, helmeted honey eater; fish, weedy sea dragon; and plant, which grows in the Grampians, pink heath or Epacris impress. 8. Major Thomas Mitchell. The duel was in 1851 and Sir Stuart’s bullet went through Mitchell’s hat..9. A lion with a sword. 10. Five.

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Animals & Accessories

2 Alpacas, 2yo, flock protectors Chooks and Roosters, Frizzle Silkie, lots of colours and sizes $330 each incl Ph 53836208 8 Poll Dorset rams, 1 1/2yo, Gudair $7.50 each Ph 53951077 or vacc and Brucc acc $330 each incl 0429951077

Rams, Stud & flock Hampshire down, ovine brucellosis accred, July shorn, 6-in-1 vaccinated, drenched, dipped $350 Ph Matt 0488159853 Clover hay, 100 small squares, St Helens Plains Ph 53836208 good horse quality $10 plus GST Ph Roosters, Pure Wyandottes, Adorable miniature horses, 0418791859 Willaura French Maroans, Minorcas $5 each young, friendly, nurtured from Diamond python, beautiful birth, golden palominos Ph markings, about two meters, Ph 0427547636 0418516253 purebred, 2yo, handled daily, gender unknown, Rottweiler, female, obedient, desexed, Alpaca, all colours, from registered license required $448 Ph loves other animals and children 0438075837 breeder, good rates Ph 53847380 mc# 978102100057556 $450 Ph Alpaca, herd guards and pets, male Ewes, pure breed, black face 0438986714 Suffolk’s, from stud stock Ph and female available, prices vary 0419664345 Liz Stud & Commercial Black Suffolk Ph 0428852338 Rams & Ewe’s Ph 0427848280 Ferrets, male black-eyed pole’s, Alpacas, breeding stock, pets Dadswells Bridge and flock protectors, all stock born 07/11/13 $15, female adult guaranteed, inspections welcome, black-eyed white $20 Ph 53990508 White Dorper ewes, good Beulah delivery available Ph 0427602773 shedders, small lots available, ready

Fish Tank, for sale, excellent to mate, 8mths old Ph 0447275737 working condition, POA Ph Wiltshire Horn Rams, young, 53582865 Stawell purebred, no shearing needed $150 Grass Hay, small square bales, in Ph 53899295 or AH 0431649531 the shed, 450 left $7ono Ararat Ph Aquasonic fish farm, air operated, 0408501630 pups, vacc, 1500lt tank, inc filter equipment and Kelpie Antiques chemicals, great for backyard hobby, microchipped and wormed, m/c# 956000003636673, EC $2500ono Ph 0428564676 1930’s dressing table, wooden, Arabian Filly, 2yo, should mature 9 5 6 0 0 0 0 0 3 6 5 6 4 2 7 , GC $200 Ph 0497568700 Ararat 956000003430476 $400 each Ph 15hh, easy to handle, reduced to 0437476499 Antique cedar wardrobe, 2 door, $550ono Ph 53542792 GC $700 Ph 53581158 Stawell ARP Gelding, True Burnt Buckskin, Miniature goat babies, currently 3yo, eligible x 4 registration, well bottle feeding, both sexes, various Antique cedar wardrobe, 3 door, 1 handled, should mature 14hh, quiet, colours, immunised, wormed, mirror door, GC $500 Ph 53581158 friendly, reluctant sale, prefer show disbudded, MGBA registered, Stawell potential A grade, from $250 Ph home $2000 Ph 53542792 Antique Edwardian Dutchess, 0427340750 Assorted roosters, $5each, $550, timber hall stand with Minituare Purebred Poodle puppy, Guinnea fowl $15each Ph male, adorable, vacc and vet cupboard $200, both in EC Ph 0428564676 checked, m/c# 978102100104508 0435824795 Black Arab mare 12hh, been $700 Ph 53881314 Blackwood sideboard, 2 door, 2 shown, sound, exp. rider $400 Ph drawers, oval mirror, backed $325 Palomino mini horses, 1 colt, 1 54672235 gelding, reg MHAA, show quality Ph 53913136 Boar Goat buck, 2yo $100 or swap $400 each Ph 53870520 Concave Picture Frames, $80ea for same Ph 0437002002 Parrots for sale, princess parrots, Ph 0428324210 Border Leicester Ram, 1 and a turks, red rumps, and more, ring for Dinner set, Royal Dalton, 1970’s half yo, OJD vacc bruc ACC “staffa” prices Ph 0408535515 Harmony pattern, 8 person plus $330inc Ph 0429944552 Pekin Bantam Roosters, beautiful Border Leicester rams, 1/2yo assorted colours $5each Ph extras $2500 Ph 53548274 $300 inc GST Ph 0427340814 0437811661 Budgies, various colours Ph Pet bunny Rabbits, mixed colours 53827626 $30each Ph 0407886419 Chestnut mare, 14hh, 13yo, great Piglets, Wessex Saddlebacks, from second pony but not for beginner, 6 weeks, ready to go $120 Ph done pony club, endurance rides, 0407886419 Moyston shows, gymkhanas, trail rides, jumped up to 1m $3000ono Ph Pigs, black Bore and Sow $600 for the pair, piglets 14 weeks old Ph 0438547614 0407399313 Lake Fynas area Appaloosa Horses, registered geldings, 14 to 15 hands, yearlings to 3 year olds, colours and spots, well handled $1500-$2500 Ph 53543264

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Purebred Arabian, quiet 7yo, 14.3hh, bay gelding, broken and spelled, ready to go into work, make good all rounder $2000 Ph 53524913 or 0407960457 Quarter horse x thoroughbred, 2yo gelding, well handled, great temperament $1500 Ph 0437002002

Ragdoll Kittens, purebred, seal point males, family raised in a smoke free home with children, vet checked, vacc, wormed, toilet trained, desexed, DOB 25/11/13, m/c # 985141000804774, # 985141000804718 Ph 0428915271

Business Opportunities Snack and Coffee vending machine business for sale, earn a second income for 6 hours a week, established sites all within Horsham, flexible hours $49,500 inc GST Ph 0457826332 after 2pm

Caravans

Caravans

Camper trailer, Alum, 7x4, off-road with 23x18’ tent, lots of storage, deep cycle power, stainless kitchen, pumped water, as new $6500ono Ph 0417578896

Jayco 2011 Swan Camper Van, EC, bed flys & bag awning, used twice only, microwave and 3 way fridge, reg until 01/14, only selling to upgrade, REDUCED $19,500 Ph 0417506599 or 53820429

Caravans

Reduced 2001 Roma pop-top, 14ft, s/beds, EC, back entry $12,500 Ph 53548223

Caravans 04 Avan Rhys 16’ pop-top, gas stove and oven, microwave, 3way Canterbury 19’-4’’ caravan, fridge, s/beds, battery pack, one signature series pop-top, tandem owner $18,800 Ph 53824030 axels, full annex, R/O awning, 1982 Jayco Campervan, 3 way reg 11/14, new tyres, q/bed, elec fridge, awning, boat rack, GC $5600 brakes, int/LED fridge, gas cooktop, Ph 53982240 A/C, microwave, VGC $24,000 Ph Barrie 53541424 or 0488303587

Jayco Expanda 2010 Outback 16-49, 4 birth pop-top family van, easy towing 133kg, ball weight 1400kg tare, includes awning, anti flappers, hot water system, A/C, privacy screens and battery pack Caravan Jayco Freedom pop-top plus all the outback features, in EC, 2004, reg April, 2 singles, A/C, would suit new buyer $31,500 Ph CD/radio, side panels, EC also 0428216218 many extras at bargain prices Ph Jayco Expanda Outback, 2008, 54681034 battery pack, roll out awning, full

Caravan Pop-top, Golden Egal grand tourer, 19’6” rear O/S, single beds, front kitchen, club lounge, 1986 Franklin 16’, fridge, gas HWS, A/C, deluxe tebbes annexe, cooking, sleep 5, reduced to EC $24,000 Ph 0402194570 or $3500ono Ph Ron 53584799 0408348566 Ararat Stawell Caravan, Avan Erin 2004 17’6

Regal Comfort Tourer, 16ft, air-con, full annex, micro inverter, single axle, reg E23516 $10,500 Ph 0422173617 Slide-on Camper, Millard 1985, 3 berth, fridge, stove, battery pack, GC $4500 Ph 0439797922 or 53871504 Tent trailer Tambo Cooper 2003, off-road, q/s bed, large tool box, gas bottle, water tank, stove $5000 Ph 0447550204

Viscount 15’ Caravan 1970’s, unregistered $1900 Ph 0427523317 annexe, bed flys, great family Stawell van, very spacious, one owner, Viscount Ambassador, 17ft, with immaculate condition $29,500ono gas electric fridge and hot plate Ph 0438887732 or 53874235 $2500 Ph 0428919275 Jayco Expander, 16’ pop-top, Viscount pop-top aerolite, EC, 12/05 build, 3-way fridge, roll out plenty of storage, TV, microwave awning, inner-spring mattress, $6000 Ph 0422898036 microwave $22,000 Ph 0419351246

2000 Roadstar Voyager, pop-top pop-top, annex access, serviced & Jayco Flight 1998, pop-top, 6 low rider, pull out awning and shedded $20,000 Ph 53822998 berth, reg til 2/10/14, full annexe, annexe and cover, 3 way fridge, fly screens blue upholstery and full oven, cook top, microwave, curtains, EC for age, 50L water 2 SB, level riders, independent tank, 210L Electrolux 2 way fridge, suspension, VGC, N43321 reduced 2 burner gas stove and grill, 2x 240 $15,500 Ph 0427970970 Ararat internal double power points, near new tyres and spare, front tool box, deceased estate, 863191 $8500neg Windsor Caravan, one owner, Ph 53521948 or 0444802571 A/C, 4 burner stove and griller, Jayco Pop-top, 90’s series, 15ft microwave, 3 way fridge, lovely Caravan, Paramount 18’6”, 6 inches, 2 single bunks, double interior of soft green, d/bed, 2005, DB, 3-way fridge, 4-burner also an option, 3 way refrigerated, R.O awning and annex, always gas stove and oven, AC, fridge, oven, 4 burner cooktop D43065 shedded, EC $16,900 Ph 53826676 microwave, battery, DVD surround $10,000ono Ph 53581787 AH or 0428826676 sound, leadlight cupboards, Jayco Swan Campervan 1986, 2003 Jayco pop-top, 17’6”, large r/o awning and new full annexe, 6 berth, new L/T tyres, as new single beds, AC, microwave, gas/ one owner, always shedded, EC bed flies, awning and annexe, GC, electric hotplates, griller, 3 way $29,500ono Ph 0428133100 reg to 01/15 C55350 $9500ono Ph fridge, electric w/pump, rollout Caravan, Windsor pop-top, 0427861316 awning, full annexe, EC $18,500 Ph excellent value, clean, comfortable, Light weight viscount caravan, 0400138106 Ararat roll out awning, island double 860KG, all new inside, heavy duty 2003 Spirit Camper Trailer, heavy bed, extras included $10,000 Ph annex, EC, reg 01/15 $11,500ono Ph 0418143402 canvas, 3 way fridge and small 53562310 or 0400699039 generator P89984 $7500ono Ph Millard pop-top caravan, GC, 0447398338 4-6 birth, reg 07/14 $4600ono Ph 0499158217 Windsor Caravan, twin beds, front kitchen, gas oven and hotplates, Fire Surround with cast iron and plenty of storage, easy to two, EC, tiled insert, over 100 yr old, VGC always garaged, REDUCED to $900 Ph 0439101170 $7000ono Ph 0417556879 Leadlight Display Cabinet, $390 Compass 15ft Pop Up Caravan Ph 0427523317 Commercial 1993, island double bed, Equipment Miners Lounge, $200 Ph 2004 Jayco Expanda, TV, wardrobes, hot plates, 3 way fridge, Motorhome, fully equipped, sink, plenty cupboard space, EC, 1978 Domino Coach, complete 0428324210 microwave, flys, hoses, EC $20,000 fit out and overhaul 2003, roof Drink Fridge, Orford, 2 glass light blue interior E27531 $15,000 Old antique sunshine wooden box Ph 0427880265 raised, new front, new external doors, shelves and lights $1200 Ph Ph 0402302028 Robyn combine, best offer Ph 0427972106 skin diesel motor, 5 spd auto trans 0417101120 both reconditioned, fully equipped Ridge pole tent with 4’ walls, 1 x Orfod black commercial 2-door solar operation, modern elecs, 12’ x 14’, EC $70ono Ph 53852296 fridge, for flowers, wine or drinks, full size shower, toilet, QB bed, highlights colours, works well $1500 Singer Treadle Sewing Machine, recliners, modern kitchen storage Ph 0417101120 beautiful stitcher, VGC, extras bins underneath incl grey, black and fresh water tanks split system, $300ono Ph 53581100 Computers & rev camera, heaps of extras, incls tandem box trailer for small Entertainment 2006 Jayco Sterling pop-top, 18’ Cororomal Apollo 535 ‘96 model, 4WD with extra storage, min off Baby Needs tandem ensuite RC/AC, elec/gas 17’’6’’ length, reg 12/14, tandem road, only 118,500km since 2003 17 PlayStation and 4 Xbox cooktop/oven, hot water, battery axel, electric brakes, front kitchen, Ready to travel for others to enjoy games, rated G and PG $100 the Toddler seat, Valco Siesta, for a pack, m/wave, 3 way fridge, island 3 way fridge, microwave, hot water $69,500ono inspect anytime Ph lot or will separate Ph 0407096228 trimode runabout pram, EC $40 Ph d/b plus under storage, 240/12v, TV, mains tap, d/bed, under bed storage, 0408127425 Horsham Nintendo Wii, sky lander game, 0407564307 Horsham radio, DVD, R/O awning, full annexe two room annex, floor matting, extra Outback camper 2003 4x4 sturdy with 7 sky landers, Wii fit board, Valco Bassinet for trimode $30,000 Ph 0417502723 awning, pole holder, front boot, two construction, with awning, q/bed, 5 games and accessories, over runabout pram, EC $40 Ph Cabana Pop-top Caravan, GC spare wheels, GC, lots of extras rear slide out kitchen, electric $500 worth selling for $200 Ph 0418747676 brakes $5750 Ph 0427574264 $3750ono Ph 0428504611 Natimuk $15,000ono Ph 53585940 0407564307 Horsham


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Farm Machinery

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Farm Machinery

1000L Water Carrier, solid steel, ex DPI, can mount pump/fire hose $1000 Ph 0400919769

Farm Machinery

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Reco Remy starter motor, model no. 11141.10, 12V $400ono Ph 0429951357

working order $660 Ph 53541225 Silos, 7x60t, Jaeschke, Tarranyurk district $5200 each plus GST Ph AH Air seeder, Connorshow, 20’ 0428975294 scarifier plus 3RS-T, harrows plus Hay Rake, New Holland NH56, EC $2450 plus GST Ph 0487308718 Silvan 300 Litre Linkage Sprayer, C-CP.T.O trailer bin, no rust, GC $3850 inc Ph 53870522 AH or Hay trailer, round bale, capacity 6 $880 Ph 0408588652 rolls $2000 Ph 53590232 0459728544 Silvan Slasher, PTO 3pt linkage, 4’ Alfarm A550 bin and Urea Header JD8820 X2, both goers wide $1100ono Ph 0427322006 or spreader, new spare belt included, 3500hrs, 2 30’ open front on trailers 53541270 Willaura VGC $15,000ono inc GST Ph and one pick up front, always Slasher, 6ft, 3pl, HD, berends, fair 53894258 or 0428894258 Dimboola shedded, immaculate $35,000 the condition $2500 Ph 0428894228 lot inc GST Ph 0428334323 Solar pump, bore or dam, mono Auckland Field Bin, $1500 Ph 53590232, 53581430 or Header Shearer 110, 14’ western model 2 MO222 MK 300 watt, front $660 Ph 530904201 Mob includes floats, filter, cable, safety 0427590232 0488904201 Brim wire, auto cut off, panel stand, no Auger Grainline 46’ x 8’’, 20hp, Header, Case 2166, 3000 hours, solar panel, no control box, EC vanguard, rev gear box, poly EC, 25ft front, trailer, harvest ready $1500 Ph 53564463 or 0427670612 hopper, new 2010, less than 10hrs $85,000 Ph 0418541224 Stainless Steel Tanks, insulated, use, cost $12,000 inc GST, sell for Header, International, 1420, Pea various sizes $0.50 per litre Ph $9000 inc GST Ph 0428846285 front, Leith comb trailer, many 0408588652 Auger, Grainline Grouper, GC extras, EC $20,000 + GST Ph Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 3 spare $3600 Ph 0417538886 0448891486 bars $600 Ph 53583326 Auger, PTO driven/working order, Horwood Bagshaw 24 run, fair Tank, 95,500ltr, galvanised maxi, 33x7 $800 Ph 0419389693 condition levermatic $600 Ph 2” outlet and ball valve, ladder, Boomspray 2000lt Silvan tandem 0432401690 lockable access hatch, plus extras simplicity susp. 60’ hyd lift, fold Howard 5 Foot Rotary Hoe, $4800 Ph 0418304855 broom, D.S foam, elec controls Selecta Tilth $2795 Ph 53891499 Taylor-way Offset Disk, 56 plate $11,000 Ph 0427871404 Hydraulic Power Pack, Honda $11,200 Ph 0418553990 Kaniva Bulk cropping bin, rear augers, motor large oil tank $1650 Ph Thorton portable sheep yards, 22 all gal $3300ono inc GST Ph 0408588652 panel, GC $4800 Ph 0417538886 0428894258 Illabo Bunker Auger, 12” 70’ Tractor tyres, 2 of 14.9 x 28’’ $350 Canola Pickup & Trailer, John with a 15’ swivel shoot, Perkins or will separate Ph 53911884 turbo motor, perfect for filling and Deere 615, 15ft, GC $35000 plus emptying up to 25 meter bunkers Trailing Boom, 80’, Andy line, not GST Ph 0427781265 plumbed $800 Ph 0428837235 $28,000ono Ph 0428918222 Case IH 1010 front, 30’ with 28’ Transcal gold acres $250 Ph smale pea plucker $7000 plus GST Inter 710, 16’ PDO header $600 Ph 0428837235 0427972106 Ph 0428378130 Truck 1952 International, AL162 International A6-1 Combine, 24 Case MX 80, Trimble steer run, SSB, C/Harrows, SR, ex con $1500 Ph 0488733906 ready, 3m spacing, 1999 model, $2850 plus GST Ph 0487308718 Truck tyres, 2 of 10.00 x 20, RWC 4850hrs, tyres 80% $66,000 inc Ph Jackman powder pickler, price $200 or will separate Ph 53911884 0428837235 neg Ph 0428911459 Water Truck ‘91 Isuzu FVZ, Chamberlain 4490 FWA, linkage, new clutch, water pump, GC JD 7720 Header, reverse feed, dual 1400 long, 18,000L mag sprays speed drum, 230 front, comb trailer, etc. TDR392 $66,000neg Ph $21,500ono Ph 0427902322 GC $17,500ono Ph 0428821394 0408504096 Class 180 RC Baler, wrecking John Deer D450 Windsteer, been burnt near new knives $1000 378hrs, with roller, auto steer ready, Ph 0408588652 For Rent no front, machine only $104,500 inc Class 96 Header, 5000hrs, 25ft GST Ph 0427781265 Jacko finger reel, trailer $10,000+GST Ph John Deere 1075, hydro 4, 224 Room for rent, suit 2 people, 0427861052 Kaniva front, good tyres, lots extras $9900 cleaned each week, ring Dianne Ph 0457216705 Combine, Case 5120, Johns u/c Ph 0428664490 $27000+GST Ph 0429383705

SSB fingers harrows, EC $8000ono John Deere 9600 header, 3840 Ph 0428334323 sep hours, 930R front with trailer, Combine, Inter A62, 9” sp SSB fully serviced, harvest ready, EC finger harrows, goes well $2000ono $66,000 inc GST Ph 0427057865 Ph 0428334323 John Deere 9660 STS, chopper, Famson 40 Foot x 7 Inch Auger, harvest ready, c/- 2012, Macdon 35ft hydraulic $4000ono, 25 foot ford FD70 flex draper and Leith trailer, as scarfire $2000ono, John Deere new condition, will consider splitting $299,200 inc GST Ph 0458825551 40 foot cultivator $4000ono Ph 53832215 leave a message or John Deere Tractor, 8760, 300HP, 24sp power shift, 8000hrs, GC 0427832215 $25,000 inc Ph 0428212996 Farm gates, c/w gate sets, 2 at 2.8, Kioti DS3510, 4WD 4 in 1 FEL 3 at 3.6 $550 Ph 0410586482 $25,391 Ph 53891499 Fencing auger, 3inch, almost Kubota B1750 Tractor, $5495, 1m brand new $330inc Ph 53502339 slasher $1395 Ph 53891499 Fergie 35 Tractor, 2 stage clutch, 2 Massey 35 Petrol Tractor, good spd, PTO mech sound, 3PL, rotary tyres, ROPS $3850 Ph 0408588652 hoe and assorted other implements $3900 Ph 53542542 or 0409803298 Field bins, 2 Sherwell, 1 Jaeschke $12,000 the lot or will separate Ph 53931451 Flexi coil, 550 pound tynes, price neg Ph 0428911459

For Sale 2 Polymaster Tanks, rain water, 32,000L or 7000G, as new $6000 will separate Ph 0429909290 20 café chairs, black plastic, woven seats, aluminium frames $100 will seperate Ph 53566393

For Sale Timber flooring, Cowley pine, 6” x 1” boards $800ono Ph 0429981984 Timber slats for shearing shed, hardwood 50mm x 38mm x 500 lineal metres, straight from sawmill, in pack, can be delivered $900 the lot Ph 0419589008 Horsham Tool Boxes, assorted, Powercore, lockable 0428837235

Avanti Quantum 2 Carbon Road Bike, size XL/59.5, colour nickel red, schimano 105 gears, brand new, never ridden $1400 Ph 0457810223

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Axe, 3pt linkage, hyd wood super Honda Oddyssey FL250 Buggy, chassis-up rebuild, VGC, VIN# $1800 Ph 0428504725 JH3TB040ZEC703822 $3000 Ph Bar fridge, 125lt, VGC $140 Ph 0419589583 0427523317 House bricks, 2500, s/hand, Barn, 40 x 20, good roof and floor, clean, ready to lay, $2000ono Ph red gum stumps $500 Ph 53981825 0418535801 BBQ, 4 burner with mobile stand Howard Rotavator Gem, G20 and hood $50 Ph 0427630051 model fully restored, needs Kohler Bed single dark stain pine, VGC motor $475 Ph 0411419516 Ararat $75 Ph 0400107718 Howard Terrier Rotary Hoe, Fitted Bed, futon, queen size innerspring with brigs engine, Howard engine mattress $400 Ph 53822911 & parts available to put back to Black Plastic, 8 new rolls, 4m x original $500 Ph 53824038 AH or 50m, suitable for grain shed floors 0427322623 and bunkers $1200 Ph 0427323041 Jarrah Timber, skip dressed, Bob-cat Toyota SDK-8, skid steer, full eng reco 170hrs ago, steer pump reco, new drive motors, new seals in roms, no oil leaks, new seat, 4 in 1 bucket and G.P. bucket $12,500ono Ph 0408272406 Camping fridge, 3 way, 12v 240 and gas, 35-40lt, chest cold mark 2, EC $300ono Ph 0429393549 Car trailer, 14 x 6’ 6’’ U80-835 $4000 Ph 0428820175 Carpet cleaning equipment, portable extractor, booster box, carpet and upholstery wand, vacuum hoses, pre soaker, tile cleaner etc, all here to start your own business $6000 Ph 0488435083 Carport, Ranbuild double gable roofed - zinc, 5.8m W x 6m L x 2.6m H, fully engineered, still in packing $3000 or best offer Ph 0407649916 Horsham 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 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

Quiptron 2, S609 automatic sand filter and clear water C140T, Salt Chlorinator and Podrite SQI600, 1.1kw water pump to match, been Tradesmans Steel Full Length shedded and in good order $1150 Roof Rack, could also be used for Ph 0428177264 a boat, for std Ute tray, heavy duty, Raco Stump muncher, self 3.3m x 1.37m $250 Ph 0417025244 propelled, forward reverse gear, 2 Trailer 6x4 HD, 12 months rego, sets of teeth, goes well $2000 Ph VGC $545ono Ph 0408127425 0422898036 Trailer crate, steel 92’x68’ $250 Ph Rail top tarp, 24 x 8, VGC $200 Ph 0427523317 53981825 Trailer tandem 8 x 5, heavy duty, REDUCED! Hydraulic Landing extra high sides, hyd brakes, 2 Legs for Semi Trailer, with wheels, door, spare tyre, jockey wheel, $400 Ph 0419323118 L.E.D lights, all wiring solder joined, 180x35x1.8 $30, 90x35x1.8 $20 Ph all Australian made, no down grade 0417507882 Stawell or seconds steel used $2650 Ph Kioti (MTD) 42” Ride-on Mower, 0400562627 20hp $2950 Ph 53891499 Trailer, 6x4 ‘major’ builders trailer Relocatable Unit. 5 x 10m at $1500ono Ph 0427820638 Pomonal, Metal clad - insulated roof Trailer, new galvanised, 8 x 5 and walls, new floor coverings and blinds, EC Open to offers located tandem, ch/plate floor, new wheels/ at Pomonal Ph 0419565953 for spare, L/truck tyres, jockey/w, 900mm galv cage $2780 Ph information and inspection 0437808140 Ride on mower, auto John Deere Trampoline, 3m round $60 Ph L110 $2500 Ph 53902424 53823092 Ride-on Mower Greenfield, Klamp Wheel Lock, 100% evolution 3 deluxe, 13HP, bos 32” Tray to suit prime mover $1800ono inc GST Ph 0428894258 protect your car, size 195mm, its cut, $2000 Ph 0427529818 new, delivery Wimmera $90 Ph Ride-on Mower, Cub Cadet Trimmer, Husqvarna, new, 24c 0400543038 46” 23HP, kohler, EC $1650 Ph $180 Ph 0428504725 0447345085 UHF radio, Uniden, 80 channel Rocks, small to medium, ideal for model UH089NB with ariel, EC $180 Ph 0423706954 garden, pick up Ph 0400573984 ROK Electric Vacuum Blower, Water cartage tank, rapid spray, never used, still in box $100ono Ph 15400lts, can be reduced to any size down to 4200lts, with 4” 0447539415 camhock out let, retail $18,000, sale Rover ride on, 38’’ cut, 11½ hp, with price $10,000ono Ph 0419323118 trailer $1100ono Ph 0467362436 Horsham Kubota BX1860 2011 Tractor, with Rye grass, large round netted Wood heater fabricated, suit shed bales, $40 per bale Ph 53839291 or front end loader and kanga 1.2m or outdoor entertaining area $400 slasher, only 35hrs use, diesel, 4wd, 0400641056 or 0438044389 Ph 0400606378 Sack trucks, new $25 Ph EC $16,000 Ph 53595264 Wood Heater, freestanding $200 Lawn mower, Pro-Scape walk 0410586482 Ph 0427523317 Uniden model behind, 6HP Kawasaki motor, new Scanner, UBC733XLT all bands external Yanmar diesel engine, 37,8HP, $900ono Ph 0428504725 suits parts or rebuild $500 Ph ariel, EC $180 Ph 0423706954 0400236535 Shop counter, pine teak, charcoal laminate top, 2 x 1.2 x 600, VGC $175 Ph 0427523317

Household Items

Dining chairs, Spindle back, total 8, as new $400 or will separate Ph Lincoln AS400/50 welder, EC 53881314 $4500 Ph 53582131 Double Bunk Bed, silver with top mattress, VGC $280 Ph Log Splitter, 40 tonne, only split approx 3 T, no further use $1300 0408222466 Ph 54662335 Federation Side Board and Oak Writing Desk $650 Ph 03 Mig Welder, 320 austmig S phase with traveller, heavy duty, EC, on 53566369 transporter wheels $1000ono Ph Fibreglass shower recess, 0427874213 sliding brown glass doors, new condition, 1850x900x7400 $195 Ph Mini bike 110, rarely used $800 Ph 0410586482 0427523317 Firescreen, sturdy steel $80 Ph 53823833

Floor boards, Baltic Pine, 145mm 2008 Bolwel Sym scooter, x 23mm, various lengths, approx 125cc, auto, electric start, vin 400m $2000 Ph 0408912292 RFGHV12W885000096 $1700ono Freezer, chest 700lt, EC $800 Ph Ph 0439826452 0419595132 3’ Fish Tank with stand, plus Gas heater LPG, portable Rinnai accessories $200 Ph 53581843 convector, flexible bayonet connector, VG unit $300 Ph 53811093

Massey Ferguson, 14 plate, disc Fuel tank, Silvan diesel, 400L with plough $500 Ph 0419867539 12v pump and hose $440inc Ph Mister 400 Litre Poly Tank, engine 53502339 driven fan, electronic controls $1320 Fuel tanks, 800lt and 100lt Ph 0408588652 $500neg for the lot Ph 0428911459 Mulcher, 4 metres wide, height Gear Pump, 2 inch with 13hp wheels $13200 Ph 0408588652 Honda reduction drive, EC $2750 Pea Plucker, Smale, 30ft on trailer, 30 tonne log splitters, split Ph 0408588652 GC $8500inc GST Ph 0427781265 horizontally and vertically, 6.5hp Goldacres 5000 Litre Sprayer, Petrol/Kero Fordson major tractor engine, assembled and test run 28 meter boom, hydraulic drive, 1956, a goer but needs some work $1370 inc GST Ph 53891541 transcal, chem hopper, foam $1000ono Ph 0400356147 6’x4’ steel trailer, 1/8 plate marker, 440DB controller, VGC Prickle Chain, approx 32’ $7000 Ph floor, EC, reg 07/14 $575ono Ph $44,000 Ph 0408588652 0428516642 0432401690 Grey Fergie Tractor T20, some Reco Catipillar starter mower, Airless spray unit pump, Greco accessories, goes well $3000 Ph 12V, part no. OR5208 $400ono Ph Construction King $6000 Ph 53582131 0429951357 53825117 or 0418353633

For Sale

Hitachi compound mitre saw, Pressure washer, hot water, approx 10 yrs old $340 Ph industrial, reconditioned pump, 240v, single phase, in A1 condition, 53881238 Toolondo area inspection welcome $1990ono Ph 0409851412

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 Grey Ferguson Tractor, TO20, 0428911459 12V, runs well, reduced to $3500ono 24 row Massey 500 combine $400 Ph Ron 53584799 Stawell Ph 0427972106 Hardie Boomspray, TPL, 600L, Semi Tipper Bogie, 25ft x 6ft, TOA, QR, grain chute $16,500ono inc Ph AFM Cultivator, 43ft floating hitch, 10m FM $2800 Ph 0417538886 air kit, 340 pound break out, GC Hay Rake, 6-wheel, Bamford in 0428540644

For Sale

Gas hot water unit, Rheem, 90L, town gas $130 Ph 0427523317 Gold detector, Minelab GP extreme plus accessories $3250ono Ph 0408127425 Hay, Lucerne and Clover in small squares, this seasons, $10 each or $8 for 20 or more Ph 0428852338 Horsham Hay, Lucerne/rye, wheat, rye pasture, fresh small squares and rolls, pick up west of Horsham or delivery Horsham area available Ph 0418584308

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 6 Chairs, including 2 carvers moss Sports ground marker plus green vinyl padded seats and one bag of marking powder, new backs black metal frames $300, condition $500ono Ph 0427881236 table, laminex top, 120cm x 90cm, Stiga ride on mower, 6.5 stroke, strong black, metal frame $75, 63 model, EL63, GC $1000 Ph Westinghouse fridge, white, 2 door, 220lt $200 Ph 53548274 53982486

Conditioner, mobile Swag, single matilda ‘the jolly Air swag’, EC $40 Ph 0407564307 refrigerated, as new $290 Ph 0427523317 Noritake (Evansdale) dinner set, Horsham EC, 8 settings, 56 pieces, $400 Ph Swimming pool, 50,000L, above Air Conditioner, window mount, 53825283 ground, includes filter, fittings, works well and runs very quiet $95 Old wooden wagon, needs some accessories, solar blanket and Ph 0427523317 roller, solar heating, gate, fencing, Bar Fridge, 3ways power $90 Ph work Ph 0427972106 Orders Taken, for small square fully operational, GC, purchaser to 0467556877 bales of oaten hay, at Kalkee $5 a dismantle and remove $4900 Ph 53820857 bale in paddock Ph 53832215 leave Sylvanian Doll Collection, grand a message or 0427832215 hotel, 2 houses, cars, caravan, Outside toilet, GC $200 Ph shops, lots furniture, 53 dolls 53981825 including rare wedding group and Palm tree, small, well established, much more, EC, cost $1500, will sell $50 Ph 0410438550 complete $550 Ph 53972020 Pea Straw/Garden mulch, weed free, $5 delivered Horsham area Ph 0407011084 Bar, with built in downlights, Peddle power bike scooter mahogany colour, VGC $1599 Ph with new battery $750ono Ph 53584868 0417119487 Petrol motor, TWM 5.5HP with 2.1 reduction box, new $300ono Ph 0428504725

Table round resin, easy store, Pine Floorboards, old, lifted 4 steel chairs, EC $199 Ph out of woolshed, best offer Ph 0412936307 Henslite Dreamline Bowls, size 0408588652 Tent, Macpac Minaret, 2 person, 4 Bath, free standing, 1800x850x800, 1H and case $300 and circulation Pot Belly Heater $200 Ph seasons, tunnel tent, fly and inner, white acrylic, pick up only, as new booster $150 Ph 53521142 VGC $350 Ph 0487227965 0427523317 $1200 Ph 0419500757


Household Items

Household Items

Household Items

Bathroom Renovation, leftovers Dining table teak extendable include fiberglass shower recess, (6-8), 8 fabric chairs, VGC $650 Ph vanity cabinet and basin, spa bath, 53524062 Ararat toilet set, plumbing and light fittings, also includes 4 element electric cook top, suit rental property or holiday shack, all this for just $350 the lot Ph 53840287 or mobile Lounge suite, 6 piece Tessa 0429840287 T4 premium, leather, EC, 2x2.5 Bed settee, queen size, sage couches, 3 lounge chairs, foot stool colour, VGC $400 Ph 0467362436 and glass top coffee/lamp table, Blackwood Leadlight writing no sun or animal damage $3000 Dining Table, inlayed walnut timber Ph Helen 53911111 or 0427042750 desk, GC, $150 Ph 0437760291 Book shelf, G/C, 4L, pine colour top, 14 chairs including 2 carvers, Nhill EC $2995ono Ph 0488743263 $55 Ph 0427523317 Lounge suite, cream, 2x 2seaters, Boori Classic white cot/bed, Dining Table, walnut with metal 2x 1seater, EC $395 Ph 53981376 change table and chest of drawers, legs, six fabric chairs $650 Ph Lounge suite, EC, 2x 3 seater sofas with 2 matching Ottomans, includes mattress and change 53822911 mat, near new condition $1200 Ph Double Bed, Camelot black 4 autumn tonings $600ono Ph poster, white curtains and mattress 0429989120 0411377997 Horsham Mattress, DB, in new condition Bread maker, Sunbeam Quantum as new $950ono Ph 53502280 Smart Bake, EC, used once $100 Entertainment Unit, 1.45 x 0.50 x $175 Ph 0427523317 0.55m, includes CD storage shelves Microwave reduced, Sharp Ph 53522053 Carousel, R-2312S, never used, Buffet 1940’s Tudor style with pie and drawer $550 Ph 53822911 crust edging $145 Ph 0427523317 Entertainment unit, lead light solid still in box, silver $125 Ph 53542787 pine, Puddle Lane, 1900cm L x Moran Contemporary Macro Stawell Bunk DB, ideal teenager facility for 1320cm H x 60cm D, full height Fibre, 3 seater lounge and desk or lounges, metal frame $250 leadlight doors either side $800 or one slipper chair, EC $550 Ph best offer Ph 0407649916 Horsham 0428923251 Ph 53525760

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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Motorcycles

Honda CRF70, 2009, EC, VIN Flat lid off 07 BF ford Ute, JH2GE02U59101014 $1800 Ph lightning strike, silver, GC $1000 Ph 0427128095 54981332 Honda CRF70F, 07, 10hrs, VGC, VIN# JH2DE02067K007556 $1700ono Ph 0428918222 Honda VTR1000 Fire Storm 2003, 7,600kms, BR594, new tyres, RWC, Gopher, Invacare-Comet Alpine, $7000 Ph 0428941264 top of the range, immaculate condition, used for only 3 months, Genuine Mitsubishi aluminium still in warranty, cost $5000 sale nudge bar, suits Pajero, all fittings $4300 Ph 0417101840 Kate $325ono Ph 0427851410 Lift Chair, blue fabric electric

Hard lid cover, to suit 2008 dual cab Hilux $200 Ph 0418553990 Kaniva

Brampton, EC $400 Ph 53523542

Honda XR250, excellent original 2006 Honda VTR250, HN130, VGC condition, 3000km, roadworthy 4.8 Savage Osprey, Yamaha 70hp, $3500 Ph 0418911543 condition, comes with original tires, approx 20hrs, Garmin fish finder/ 2006 Yamaha Peewee 80, EC, engine no. MEO8E-2404361 $4000 GPS, marine radio, electric bilge hardly used $1500 Ph 0409510232 Ph 0418585772 pump, Anchor, reg AA879, Mackay Honda XR600 98, fresh engine, trailer, EC, reg D26530 $11,500 Ph strong fast bike, GC, with extras 0417368363 Natuzzi Lounge suite, VGC, $3000ono Ph 0417578896 2 seater and 3 seater, chocolate Kawasaki KLX250H 2007, 2400km, brown Dream fibre $500ono Ph unreg, VIN# JKALXMH177DA19917 0429989120 $4400 Ph 0428502381 Lake Bolac

Childs matching desk, chair and bookcase in peach and cream $200 Ph 0418175930 Claw foot bath Ph 53824038 or 0427322623 Clothes dryer, Simpson 5kg, model 39S500 $250 Ph 0409957620

Recliner electric St James concept velvet steel, EC $500ono Executive 3 drawer desk, teak 0467629412 laminate desk, EC $220ono Ph Retro brown/cream lounge suite, 0428564422 x2 arm chairs & small 2 seater Extension Dining table, 4 chairs couch GC $250 Ph 0437760291 $150 Ph 0428210131 Side Board, H 203cm, W 115cm, Federation style wooden D 44cm, 2 mirrors, drawers, doors, single beds, GC $100 each Ph antique, EC $500 Ph 53820113 0437760291 Single bed mattress and base, Freezer 150L, chest, Heller $210 Sleepmaker Captn’s Choice, as Ph 0427523317 new $295 Ph 53820290 Horsham Gas heater, Rinnai energy saver Single bed, solid timber, with good 551FT, natural gas $600 or best quality mattress, EC $390ono Ph offer Ph 0407649916 Horsham 0417162420 Household Furniture, couch/futon, Timber coffee table, 115cm L, 2x entertainment units, bedside 5cm W x 55cm H, GC $50 Ph table, chest of drawers, bar stools, 0447010173 bar fridge, EC $250 or will separate Timber furniture, Diamond Creek, Ph 0400573984 matching set, hall stand $100 each,

Couch, 2 seater, olive green and black stripe fabric, GC $400ono Ph Household items, queen size bed 0400769900 metal and wood frame, S/P single Couch, leather, beige, very mattress, black extendable dining comfortable recliner $350ono Ph table, 8 chairs, coffee table with a drawer $350 or will separate Ph 0467556877 53502280 or 0447660707

Household Package, TV unit, dining table, pinto chairs, 3 drawers lowboy Ph 53822256 or 0429822256 Couches, 1x 3-seater, 1x 2seater, Red Cherry, hardly used, 100% leather, can deliver in Horsham area, EC $2000 will separate Ph 53827788

IKEA q/bed frame, slats and mattress, as new $295 Ph 53820290 Horsham

5.4 Savage Lancer cubby cab, 115 Mercury, 324hrs deck wash, FM radio, Garmin GPS, compass, Koden colour sounder, UHF $14,500ono Ph 0437744630

Haines Hunter 650 Horizon 2006, Tumble Dryer, gas/electric, VCG Honda 225HP outboard motor, $275 Ph 0427523317 160hrs, full travel and fishing covers, navman GPS and fish finder, fish holding tanks, bait tank, overhead rod holders, toilet, cabin sleeps 2, 2 sinks, stove, some ski gear and water recreation equipment, great family boat, Hin AU-HHU 66744K505, KF997 $60,000 for more info Ph 0408504235

Juice Extractor, Breville BJE200, TV Cabinet, Jackaroo, EC, 161cm new, still in box $80 Ph 53825125 w x 50h x 63d $250 Ph 0407564307 Horsham D.bed mattress, single base or 0417765017 mattress. VGC $100 Ph 53891926 King size ensemble, Sleep To Live, TV unit, pine corner, 152cm high $100 Ph 53523172 Ararat Deep Freeze, chest type, 1000 series, top of range, as new Washing machine, brand new, top Kelvinator, 270L, VGC $335 Ph $1000 Ph 53522057 load, Fisher and Paykel $400 Ph 53582465 Stawell Kitchen table, circular, one metre, 53583086 Stawell Desk, solid timber, walnut, 2 four metal and one cane chairs drawers + file drawer, keyboard $300 Ph 53822911 shelf, TV shelf, 1400 x 710 x 780h Large Computer Desk, with Marine $100 Ph 53820159 or 0429820159 many compartments, GC $50 Ph Diamond Creek Timber coffee 0437706291 12’ Dehavilland boat, with 4HP table, GC $250ono Ph 0447010173 Linen Cupboard, H 86cm, W Yamaha outboard, OZ012, home

Jet Ski, 650SX, reg AE575, spares $2700ono Ph 0429204037 or 53840375

Garage Sale

GARAGE SALE Items include bric-a-brac, clothing and lots more! 10am-4pm Saturday, February 15 8 Shirley St, Horsham

Sunraysia 5 stud wheel cooper LT tyre, never used $250 Ph 53521234

Tow bar for BA-BF sedan, rated 1600kg auto, 1200kg manual $100 Suzuki 2008 GSX650F, Ph 0400917978 LAMS approved, VIN# Towing mirrors pair $60 Ph JSICJ225300100072 10,135km 53821468 $6500ono Ph 0438318619 Tyres and rims, 4, 245/70R16 Suzuki DS80, 1990 model, GC, Goodrich all terrain tyres, 50% wear, VIN: DC13A100738 $950ono Ph on steel rims to suit Rodeo or similar 2013 KTM SSXF250, EC, engine 0427801969 $500ono Ph 0457810223 rebuild, first to inspect will buy $5500 Ph 0448560006 Ute canopy, silver Flexiglass to suit Mazda Xtra cab, ladder rack, hood Baroni scooter, 2008 125cc petrol, lining, VGC $1900 Ph 0487227965 1100km, VGC, reg 07/14, IS576 $2000 Ph 0408222466 Ararat Ute tray, stainless steel, to suit Toyota Land cruiser single cab, CRF 250R, 2011, brand new $1000 Ph 0429821171 rebuilt motor, spares $5700ono Ph 0429204037 or 53840375 White BF Ford Ute tub, GC $400 Ph 0429909290 Farm Bike, Honda CT 125cc 1974, great condition for age, ready to ride Suzuki GSXF, 750cc, VGC, just serviced, new front, back tyres, new $700 Ph 0434672909 Rhymney Motor Vehicles Gas Gas Pampera 400 2006, both battery, Ventura pack, 28,000kms, Under $3,000 RWC, 12mths reg, ZZ340 $4500 Ph tyres near new, EC, comes with 0458090953 1985 XF Falcon Ute, runs well, extras $3600ono Ph 0437726831 good tires, no reg, Serial# 34241C $1000ono Ph 0422173617 1995 Ford Laser Liata, gold, 1.6L, motor not running, VIN: JCDAAASGPLSU35900 $850 Ph 53523580 VMX Scramble Bike, CZ Jawa 1972 ‘980’, EC, very reliable and Goldwing 1500cc, 6cyl, CR711, powerful $4750 Ph 0434672909 1989 model, includes trailer, 6mths Rhymney reg $9000 Ph 0422898036

Motor Vehicle Accessories

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

2005 onwards Toyota Hilux roll 1996 Saab 900S, 5 door hatch, 5spd bar alloy sports bar $200ono Ph man, 6 stack CD, GC, alloy wheels, no reg, VIN# YS3DD55V7T202355 0400356147 2005-12 Hilux rims x4, GC, with $1000ono Ph 0422173617

Harley Fatboy 1996, RWC, many Savage Streaker 4.4m, Fibreglass extras, S&S carby, 88 cube, EC, reg runabout with Yamaha 90HP WP031, $15500 Ph 0458121615 2009 Custom 4.9m, 60HP, 400hrs, 2ST OB, rego GF901, easy glide has the lot, EC $18,000ono Ph trailer rego P19391 $6000ono Ph 0419319846 0408578275

near new 205R16 Dueller A/T’s 97 Ssangyong Musso, 5cyl auto diesel, good goer, 330,000km, no $400 Ph 53583692 302 Cleveland, gas heads, big cam, rego, VIN KPTFOBIBSVP102024 Ph 0419118788 balanced, low kms, EC $1400ono $2300ono Dimboola Ph 0404730072

3.4 Savage Boat and trailer, 15hp, Ski boat, 350 Chev, fibreglass Yamaha, F/F, Bimine $3750ono Ph clinker, reliable, Bimini boat cover NR377 $10,000 Ph 0417734256 0414840645

3.8m Savage Seasprite, 18HP, Tohatsu Electric motor travel cover, Mobility Aids finder, many extras, Gal trailer, boat reg AD189, trailer ES7971 $4000 2 Plega Single Beds, 3ft x 6.8ft, Ph 0419567468 4.29 Sea-way 15’ boat, 40hp merc touch button controls, back and leg motor EFI, low hours, all safety gear, lift with inner spring mattress, EC, 6 life jackets, as new condition, cost $4500 each sell $3000ono PG727, trailer 063987 2012 model, each Ph 0447539415

Motorbike Trailer, 3 Bike, new tyres, jellybean mags, led lights, ready to use $700 Ph 0434672909 Rhymney

Sports bar, 75mm Alloy tradesman suitable for VU Commodore Ute $250ono Ph 0439610481

Kayak, Zambesi 2.6m, inflatable with paddle, seat and pump $195 Ph 0487227965

Savage Avenger 14’’ fibreglass, Dining Chairs, 2 x Straight Backed 136cm, D 73cm, EC $220 Ph made trailer Z11912, reg 05/14 90hp Johnson, Bimini, new 53820113 $2000 Ph 53911373 Nev Edwardian $200 Ph 53562301 windscreen, carpet, sport hydrofoil, 12 mth reg, NB968, trailer, LED’s, Dining table and chairs, custom Lounge suite, 3 seater reclining new tyres, rollers, bearing bud, made, black wood with red velvet couch and 2 reclining chairs, 12 mth reg, P14435 $6400 Ph chairs, 1.82m x 1.04m $650 Ph chocolate suede $1500ono Ph 0407979866 0407098010 53825125 or 0417765017

Mitsubishi Triton hard lid and roll bars, suits GLX-R model, blue, EC $1000 Ph 0434557919

Kawasaki, Zephyr, Z750, 1993, 57,400kms, 421 Ventura rack, VGC, Personalised plates, slim line x 2, TBLUE1 $850neg Ph 0429136918 IAYTV $3750 Ph 0427902322 2007 Honda Sportrax 400EX, few AH Nhill KX65 2004 model, full engine modifications, EC $4999neg Ph rebuild 30hrs ago, ring for more Roll bar and tarp to suit 0428539490 information $1200 Ph 0402154476 Commodore Ute $350 Ph 53982486 2009 Honda CRF 100F, EC $2500 Roof Racks to fit Pajero Wagon Ph 0427894207 and Land Rover Defender Wagon $600 will separate Ph 53882274

Fishing boat, Stessl 4.3m alloy, forward control, half Bimini cover, full travel cover, radio, fish finder, handrails, bulge pump, clearance lights, 40hp Johnson outboard, elec start, power tilt and trim, noble, tilt trailer, boat and trailer reg Oct, AE329 $7000 Ph 0407521992 A/H Ararat 2010 Kawasaki Ninja 250R (EX250J), learner approved, 5150kms, black, reg 08/14 1C5FQ $3950 Ph Andrew 0428380775

price for full set is negotiable Ph 0417571806

Motor Vehicle Accessories

Electric lift armchair, recliner, Honda CRF 230, 2010 model, looks Cargo Barrier Suit 90’s camry, SW, nice green fabric, GC $500ono Ph new, little use, comes with REC GC, all fittings $50 Ph 53581840 rego, 8004.A $4000 Ph 0447188274 Commodore mags x4, ROH 15x7J, 0428825553 Honda CRF450R 2010, suit new AC, with 205.165R15 Maxxis, 5mm tread $200 Ph 53583692 buyer $6500 Ph 0408250032

Motorcycles

Over Mantle, H 132cm, W 116cm, D 15cm, 6 mirrors, antique, handcrafted, EC $500 Ph 53820113

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Honda CBR1000rr, 05, yoshi, chrome rims, power commander, tyres 90%, ventura rack, 28k, VGC 4 x Mags, Commodore HSV, 18x8, EQ-375 $8900ono Ph 0428918222 EC, new tyres, now only $1100 Ph Honda CBR250RR, 1990, rego 0418529907

Daewoo MUBRIA wagon, 98, green, cheap to run, goes well, manual, eng# 7851965 $1400ono Ph 0417578896 Holden VN Commodore Sedan, manual, runs well, body rough, VIN# 6H8VNK1HLL416931 $1000 Ph 0419589583 Mitsubishi Magna 1988, new gear box, new drive shaft, no RWC, no reg, VIN# TN2H41VG12050523 $500ono Ph 0423946779

August 2014, 24,000km, VGC, Canopy Ute Back to suit std Mitsubishi Magna 2001, V6 runs Bimini cover and cover for motor, 2 Disability battery electric chair learner legal, VP147 $2990 Ph tray, near new cond, $1800 Ph well, vin# 6MMTJ8A42IT033630 $1000ono Ph 0417578896 rod holders $17,000 Ph 53810806 $1800ono Ph 0467556877 0427094601 0418535801


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Motor Vehicles Under $3,000

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

REDUCED 1997 GL Ford Falcon Sedan, auto, white, near new tyres, tow bar, GC, neat vehicle, OCO140, reg 06/14 $1500 Ph 0438522375

2005 Hyundai Getz, 2 door, manual, red, 30,000kms, immaculate, one owner, UGK606 $8,500 inc RWC Ph 0447398338

Subaru wagon, manual, modal 1994, tow bar, cargo bar, roof rack, AC, engine number # 143110 $2500ono Ph 0428504558

03 BA RTV Ute, manual, long range fuel tank, canopy, elec brakes, RWC, 181,000kms, one owner, reg 06/14 SYD034 $9500 Ph 53824030 1996 Holden Ute, column auto, 3 seater, dual fuel, AC, PS, mags, good goer, XHL456 $3000ono Ph 53823986

1996 Landrover Discovery, 3.9L V8, automatic, 198,000kms, full service history, 10 stacker CD, electric trailer brakes, twin airbags, no roadworthy, RDP084 $3200ono Ph 0417556087 1998 Volvo V-40 Wagon, EC, leather upholstery, 191,183kms RYU263 $6700 Ph 0414874513 1999 Mitsubishi Solara Wagon, 3.5L V6, auto, 183,000km, one owner, EC, reg 12/13, PUG819 $4000 Ph 0413529999 2000 Holden VT Sedan, white, auto, V6, dual fuel, always serviced, UHJ200, VGC $3400ono Ph 0435087251 or 53825569 2000 Mazda Ute, twin cab, dual fuel, GC, ONY816 $4500 Ph 0418120702

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

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 Navara 98, 3.2lt diesel, 4x4, dual cab, reg 1/14, immac cond, will consider trade for Honda Shadow or Suzuki Intruder SJX124 $9800 95 XG Ford Ute, 4-spd auto, Ph 0488340126 near new exhaust & tires, Nissan Pulsar 2005, one owner, 5 fiberglass canopy, just over speed, 6 months reg, 169,812kms 263,000km on clock, no rego, VIN# TQK691 $6900 Ph 0428884252 6FPAAAJLCMSE23078 $3300ono SS Commodore 2001, red, Ph 0419118788 Dimboola 170,000km, 6 speed, ZKG125 Blue Holden Statesman 2000, $8000 Ph 0428913235 185,000kms, reg Oct 14, full service history, EC, QFW607 $6500ono Ph Statesman 2000 WH, super charge V6, 320,000kms, RWC, UHX224 0429909213 $5000 Ph 0418891872 Ford Courier 2002 space cab, 22,000kms, VGC, manual, 4x4 bull Toyota Corolla Seca 2000, 5 bar, turbo diesel, aluminium tray, speed, manual, EC, new tyres, XVZ508 $9500 Ph 0407851798 RWC, QIT589 $6000ono Ph Ford Falcon BA XT wagon, 2004, 0448259871 265,000kms, silver, auto, t/wind, VS 1996 white Commodore, 6 tow pack, ACE, Anderson point in seater, column shift, alloy wheels, rear for charging FRR225 $5000 Ph new tyres, reg 06/14, GC, 0439567982 160,000kms on engine YIY778 Ford Focus 2004, white, A/C, $1600 Ph 0422114286 215,000kms, RWC, reg 07/14 SZR668 $3800 Ph 0428304554

HJ 1 Tonner, unfinished project, a lot of new parts, extra cab, VIN VHJ14009M $2500 Ph 0422066348 Holden Astra 2001, auto, Equipe, 2001 Commodore, 185kms, reg white, CC, tinted windows, 09/10, EC, QZK041 $3500 Ph EC, RWC, QWO001 $4500 Ph 53852638 0438394426 2002 Holden Commodore VX, Holden Astra, 2001, manual, silver, manual, 135,000kms, VGC, local car, cruise control QVF654 $3000ono Ph 0447398338 RRA511 $6500 Ph 0438522841

BMW 330ci Steptronic Convertible 2001, sat nav, TV, 4 seater electric heated leather, elec roof, fully optioned, QYB480 $15,300ono Ph 0428918222

VZ SV6 Commodore 2005, one owner, full service history, automatic, tow bar, VGC, 100,000kms TKS386 Pearl Forum drum kit, 5 piece, red $11,500ono Ph 0417513226 wine colour, paiste cymbals with stands, stools and pedals, GC $500 Ph 0400049439 Falcon FG XT, 2009 auto, metallic, Motor Vehicles kashmir duco, dedicated factory Piano Beale, 108cm upright, light over $20,000 LPG, alloy wheels, CC, TB, mp3, walnut, 142Wx55D, EC, suit new CD, iPod aux, 120, 000km, reg 2008 Toyota Kluger KXS, blue, buyer $1800 Ph 0417558774 07/2014, RWC, new tyres, full leather seats, reverse camera, reg Piano Thurmer Upright, EC, with maintenance service YMQ598 08/14, RWC, WPU427 $26500 Ph stool $3200 Ph Bryce 0418175930 0425622393 $13,500ono Ph 0467249187 to arrange inspection, Horsham Falcon Utility FGR 6 2009, Piano, Randal upright, with sensation blue, automatic, stool, recently tuned $2200 Ph dedicated gas, alloys, all extras, 0437008528 81,000kms, one careful owner, EC, Wertheim Piano, steel frame, ivory WYO985 $15,500 Ph 0421822535 keys, GC $850 Ph 0437760291 Ford 2010 WF Fiesta Zetec, grey, Yamaha Organ, stool and double manual, RWC, 69,000km, XRK314 keyboard, B4B series $200ono Ph $12,800ono Ph 0429821730 or Ford MKII Utility 2012, auto, A/C, 53852201 53881390 AH tonneau, 18,404kms, balance of Ford BA XR8 2004, 117,000km, warranty, reg and more, ZHH790, purple, leather interior, DVD, also available camp frame and Real Estate auto, RWC, TTI758 $9990ono Ph canvas to suit $21,500neg or will 0412880201 separate Ph 0419579233 105 Acres Ararat, close to town, Ford XR6 Ute, 2004 BA mkII, enquires Ph 0438389622 155,000kms, reg 08/14, brand 25 acres, run down house, shearing new tyres, comes with RWC, shed and yards, very good garden great first car XFO403 $11,750 Ph soils, yabbie dam $120,000ono Ph 0400872011 53931451 or 0478412784 Holden VE SSV Sedan 2010, V8, auto, leather trim, cruise, dual climate and electrics, GTS exhaust, VCM intake and professionally tuned, EC, RWC, ZQA426 $30,000ono Ph 0400048550 Holden Rodeo 2002 LX, 3LT T/ Diesel, 5-spd manual, 4WD, cruise control, long range tank, new tyres, RWC, many extras, reg 6/14, 165,000km RNY078 $14,000 Ph 0427861316 Holden Statesman V8, Dec 2004, 100,000km, silver, 10 months reg, full service history, SXW928 $16,500 Ph 0418146265

Holden Rodeo, LT, 2008, dual cab, 4x4, 3lt turbo diesel, manual, Holden VY Ute, Sept 03, S-pack, 120,000kms, ironman BB, snokel, auto, SS interior, red, lady driver, TB, tonneau cover ZTW004 good tyres, EC, 160,000kms, $22,000 Ph 0437195432 RWC, ZNU971 $12,000ono Ph Nissan Navara STX Ute, Dec 2007, 0428861022 manual, 12mths reg, 101,000kms, Honda Accord BCI Luxury 2009, all extras, EC, WCH991 $24,990ono 80,500kms, EC, polish metal, auto, Ph 0428911273 sunroof, leather seats, climate 08 Holden VE Calais V Series, control, new tyres, full service silver, auto, 106,000kms, leather, history, one owner, WXD955 premier sound dvd, new tyres, EC $20,000ono Ph 0419338152 XFP994 $16,500 Ph 0427902375

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 2004 Rodeo twin cab with including full size spare, full factory canopy, 3.5 V6, auto, VG order fitted body kit, full roadworthy, ZGZ473 $10,500 Ph 55861352 or fully serviced, near new condition XVG992 $17,900 Ph 0409940161 0406548700 Subaru Forester X 2006 MY07, 2005 Mazda 3 SP23, 136,000kms, 145,000kms, white, manual, new 6 months reg, RWC, A/C, P/S, tyres, 6mths rego, RWC, UQB341 climate control, leather interior $12,000ono Ph 0408184777 TOG825 $13,000 Ph 0431945901

Hyundai Elantra 2001, auto, 187,000kms, ideal first car RDB911 $3500 Ph 0428504873

Isuzu 1984 bus, 40’, 6BD1 turbo 5.7lt diesel manual 5 speed, runs well, ex Christians, chassis 2008 Toyota Aurion, 6spd, auto, ECR5702506177 $10,000ono Ph only 70,000km, full leather interior, 53521854 AH near new tyres, 8 months reg, RWC, Magna 1998 TF, GC, RWC, WHK793 $17,000 Ph 0419000684 153,000kms, 4 new tyres, reg til 2009 Toyota Camry Touring 07/14 WDH370 $3250 Ph 53549281 Sedan, silver, auto, 42,500kms, reg Mercedes Benz, 300ce 24, 1991 06/14, RWC, EC, ZAH798 $16,000 collectors item, 5spd auto, sunroof, Ph 0409021026 2 door coupe, EC, nice mags, tyres, as new, drives beautifully, tinted Aurion Presara 2007, black, windows, white over light grey 1-owner, 97,000kms, EC, luxury YTL458 $6000 Ph 0419388612 or driving UVK099 $16,500 Ph 53583324 0447345085

4-BR House, 36.5 Acres, hobby farm, $400,000ono Ph 0404157484 Ararat 5 Acres 4BR house, available in smaller lots $250,000ono Ph 0408501630 Ararat

Allotments - Halls Gap. Proven Prime Mover, 1992 Scania, 113M, area for sound investment. Fully HYD, BRTT, clean skin tyres, serviced. Average size 1200m². EC, 47672F $30,000inc GST Ph Magnificent views. From $119,000. 0407632371 Ph 0447582100 Sline Truck, 1990 model, integrated Block For Sale, 4.6 acres, 1.86ha, sleeper, 400 Cummins, 13 spd town water/power, 99 Old Hamilton airbags, hydraulics, brtt and bulbar, Road Haven Ph 0438823814 64475F $24,200 0408588652 Block for sale, Nelson VIC, flat allotment, approx 859sq/m, great location, with bay view $115,000 Ph 4WD 0429838793 Colorado 2008 diesel crewcab, 135,000kms, 1 owner, service history, e.brakes, a.plug $19,500 Ph 0423464800

2002 Statesman International, V8, Holden Commodore VZ, Shanghai 2002 VY Commodore Ute, new auto, leather interior with all options, red, Berlina, spoiler, EC, RWC, 211,280km, reg 04/14, YZJ963 TKK011 $6900ono Ph 0425420550 tyres, 12 months reg, 5 spd manual, 178,000km, GC, ideal first car, $7000ono Ph 0407917903 RUQ596 $10,800 Ph 0414858986 Stawell The Weekly Advertiser

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Musical Instruments

Sports Equipment

Compound bow, Bear Mauler, 70lb, near new $550 Ph 0438388195

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 Ford Futura wagon, 153,000kms, everything, exceptionally clean EC, SGT943 $6500 changed inside ZZG051 $3250 Ph 53825323 number Ph 0407686905 or 0429133411 Grey Ford Fairmont, 175,285km, mags, back spoiler, 12 months rego, Motor Vehicles RWC, EC, SVY931 $7000ono Ph $10,001 - $20,000 0400009858 Ford Focus Zetec, hatchback, 2006, manual, 120,000km, charcoal grey, 10 months reg, full service history, KIRBZ7 $9,990 Ph 0429955649

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

Bowls, set of green Master Powers, minimum bias, size 4H, 1 season old, colour speckled blue $450 Ph 0417302688

Mitsubishi Express 2004, 4-cyl 2 litre M/P, fuel injected, 5 speed manual, 171,600km, roof rack, air conditioning, engine immobilizer 2005 VZ Commodore Lumina, 17’ ZCO946 $5350 Ph 0428336397 wheels, blue, 177k, VGC, TCB677 $7950ono Ph 0428918222

2006 Mitsubishi 380 limited edition, auto, full electrics, Bluetooth, Toyota Dyna RU12 SWB 2-Ton, reversing sensors, 70,000kms, inc Tieman 1000lb lift, runs well, blue, RWC, UIO326 $8500 Ph 0427542528 QRL326 $3000 Ph 0418529907 Toyota Hilux Ute, 1991 Model, 2007 Hyundai Sante Fe Elite, 2WD, alum tray, mags, on gas, auto, 2.2DT, great family car, full NFJ741 $2600 Ph 0437586353 or and regular service history, RWC, rego 05/14, sun roof, tow bar, 0458681119 304,834kms UUS003 $7000ono Ph Ute Mazda Bravo 93, dual 0422587091 fuel, white, twin cab, later motor good order, gear box needs 2007 Mitsubishi Triton, 2dr, 4cyl, bearing, no rust, parts or goer, with rear ladder racks, RWC, vinJMOUFY86300 $900 Ph 173,000km RGA259 $8500ono Ph 0407225878 53824038 or 0427322623

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Nissan Patrol ST wagon 2001, 3.0Lt turbo diesel, EC, tow bar, cruise control, UHF radio, QJN141 $16,000 Ph 0409149395 Suzuki Grand Vitara 2006, 2.7lt V6 manual, VGC, towbar, 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

Farm Barn for removal 12.2 x 6.1m fair condition, 35km east Horsham $1200 or best offer Ph 0427843231 House for Removal from Douglas, weatherboard, 4 bdr, GC, bathroom and kitchen reno, inspections welcome $12,000 Ph 55880239 AH House for Removal, 4 bedrooms, aluminium clad, weatherboard, 10mins from Horsham, reasonable offers considered Ph 53822495

Recurve bow, 60lb, with spares $200 Ph 0438388195 Stawell Trampoline, rectangle, GC $100 Ph 53525760 York Fitness Compact 1, 12 weights, 10LB - 120LB, leg and arm pulls $250 Ph 0488068251

Wanted To Buy Second-hand Treadmill, EC Ph 0457826332 after 2pm Wood Lathe quality machine required Ph 0407340386

Public Notices Bubs2Teens Children’s Market, Saturday 22 February, Sawyer Park 10am-3pm, www.bubs2teens.com. au

Tank Cleaning Tanks cleaned while water in tank. Contact Ricky Price Ph 0427 812 903 STUBBLE MULCHING Small or large acreage

Wimmera Mallee – Western Regions Call for a free quote

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New Fencing Wire Barbed Wire 1.6mm MT x 500m $65- per Roll Plain Wire 2.5mm MT x 1500m $110- per Roll Wire Mesh 7/90/30 GAL Hinge Joint x 200m $160- per Roll

Reduced Ararat Area, charming open plan d/brick loft home, situated on approx 2 ac, town water, electricity, gas cooking, two bedrooms easily converted to three, dam, orchard, shedding, landscaped, absolute privacy $265,000neg www. anniescountryretreat.blogspot. com Ph Anne 0403733617 or Bev 0447670297 Wal Wal Land, 145 acres for sale, on 3 titles Ph 53596244

Sound & Vision

Bass Amp, Gallien Krueger, 400RB Drum kit, Black Peace, 5 piece combo, 15in, with back liner, 4 x 10 drum kit $550ono Ph 0407043917 bin, near new condition, $1200 Ph Drum kit, DXP 5 drums, 2 cymbals 0428837235 inc stool, sticks and covers, VGC Camera, Sony 16.1mp, DSC-TF1, only $350 Ph 53585715 brand new $100 Ph 0438561361

Electric organ, Yamaha Electrone, Canon 600D, digital camera, model S/be A-55F, VGO $500 Ph creative kit, 18-55,55-250,50mm, 53523542 90-300lens, 420ex flash, bag, tripod Fender Strat Squier, cherry red, $750 Ph 53857692 immaculate condition, RRP $430 Digital karaoke Juke Box for sale sell $285 Ph 0432502452 (or hire), digital, LCD screen, from VY SS 2002 Model, 5.7L V8, 123,000km, well looked after, red, service history, new tyres, XTQ777, road worthy condition $14,000ono Ph 0405365796

Cross Trainer, Proteus Fitness EEC-1950, VGC $500ono Ph 0428846279

Flute, original Yamaha, 2nd hand, $1800 Ph 0419563479 YFL245 Japan, very good $325 Ph Surround Sound System, JBL 0438328693 speakers, Pioneer amplifier, Organ Yamaha, pick up $300 Ph replacement cost $4400 sell $1500 Ph 53822911 0404656392

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Situations Vacant

• Currently looking to buy anything old or interesting • Enquiries for Cabinet and Site Space welcome. • Don’t be deceived by our Shop front entry, that’s just the start! Continue into the building to discover an area with over 30 dealer spaces and an extensive stock Itinerary. Including Antiques, Collectables, Homewares, Garagenalia, Historic Items, Kitchenalia and lots more. • Open 7 days 10am – 5pm ( except Christmas and Good Friday) • Opposite McDonalds on the Western Highway in Stawell. • You can find us on Facebook or www.thepickersmarket.com.au • Email anthea@thepickersmarket.com.au or phone 03 5358 5075 for enquiries

White’s Gypsum & Lime

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TECHNICIAN We repair and service Hospital and Mobility equipment in the Horsham and surrounding areas. We are looking for a Technician to strengthen our Service Department. It is easy and clean work that will give you real satisfaction from helping other people. This role will allow you to provide a range of technical and administrative services and we offer first class training. Applicants will be self-motivated, reliable and have an excellent work ethic. A driver’s licence is required. To apply please forward your application to: The Manager, PO Box 827, Horsham 3400

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Situations Vacant

WANTED Get a fresh start, become a Lifetime BOOK Distributor or Francisee in your local area Potential gross earnings up to $85,000pa*    

Established Business over 25 years Stocks on consignment Exclusive territory Full training and operation support

Duties include filling orders, customer service and sample placements. Can suit couples.

Call Keram on 03 9796 3433

visit: www.lifetimedistributors.com

Applications close Thursday, March 6, 2014.

SEASON 2014 “NOW OPEN”

Please phone your orders in advance Monday to Friday – 8am to 5pm PHONE STEVE – 5391 9220 AH OR SARAH – 0427 919 220 UHF CHANNEL 3 CLOSE 12PM TOTAL FIRE BAN DAYS

MECHANIC/CRANE OPERATOR/RIGGER Cosa Cranes Horsham has a position open for a trade qualified person with a mechanical background. Duties would include maintenance of cranes and machinery, workshop duties, and would also include working in the field as a Dogman, and possible crane operator in the future. This position would be ideally suited to a qualified mechanic wishing to broaden their skills and gain experience in the crane industry

PAYMENT OF 2013/2014 COUNCIL RATES IN FULL BY MONDAY 17 FEBRUARY 2014

Any experience working with cranes would be an advantage.

Ratepayers are reminded that the final date for payment of Council Rates in full is Monday 17 February 2014.

The position is full time and would include some weekend work.

Payment can be made at Council’s offices located in Hopetoun, Warracknabeal and Rupanyup, Australia Post Offices, POSTbillpay, BPAY or by mail to Yarriambiack Shire Council, PO Box 243, Warracknabeal VIC 3393.

Forward all resumes to: info@cosacranes.com.au or PO Box 1333, Horsham Vic 3401 Phone 03 5381 0500

Ratepayers that have elected to pay their rates by instalments are reminded that the 3rd instalment is due on Friday 28 February 2014. All rates not paid by the respective due dates will be charged interest at the rate of 10.5% on and from the date which each missed instalment was due. If you think you may have difficulty paying your rates, please contact Council on 5398 0127 immediately to discuss more suitable methods of payment.

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Dodson’s Belle

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By Josh McKay

elopea Downs trainer Darryl Dodson’s juggernaut rolled on at the Naracoorte Cup meeting.

The trainer went to the races with a truck full of chances headed by maiden galloper Terrenbelle. The brown mare was down for a 1430-metre event carrying lucrative stake money of $8000. Leading Adelaide jockey Dom Tourneur was booked for the ride on Terrenbelle, while regular jockey Holly McKechnie opted for the stablemate Jungle Spirit. Once the gates crashed back, the SA hoop took four-year-old Terrenbelle to the front. She was ultimately able to dictate the running with no challenges from her rivals for most of the gallop. It wasn’t until the field swept

past the 500-metre marker that Jungle Spirit decided to add spice to the event by launching his bid for victory. The race was then on in earnest. The daughter of Sydney Derby hero Clangalang responded, fending off the challenge from Jungle Spirit who tired after his long run. Terrenbelle recorded a two-length victory and took the $5400 first-prize cheque. The win was Terrenbelle’s first in nine career outings.

Holly’s success

Horsham jockey Holly McKechnie along with the Dodson stable also tasted success at Naracoorte. McKechnie teamed with regular supporter, Mt Gambier trainer Lee Creek, to ride his galloper Rubytoo in a 1000-metre maiden plate. The duo was warm favourite

with on-course patrons with odds of 3-1 on the old scale being sought at start time. Rubytoo started quickly out front when the gates opened and Mckechnie, in realising the pace was too hot, elected to take up a position behind the leading horses. The four-year-old bay mare had a charmed run and in doing so didn’t spend a penny. Passing the 400-metre marker Rubytoo loomed large and waited for her Horsham hoop to release the handbrake. Once into the home straight the daughter of stud dud God’s Own accelerated strongly, powering to the post in an impressive display, holding off fast-finishing Autumn Sunset. Rubytoo broke her maiden duck at just her third start and looks to have a bright future ahead.

Saints to ‘play as they train’ By DEAN LAWSON

Horsham Saints’ new coach Shayne Breuer, 41, will work on developing a team that ‘plays how it trains and trains how it plays’ in Wimmera Football League this year.

The former Port Adelaide and Geelong player, who accepted the coaching role in an 11th-hour appointment last week, said he would also demand 100 percent commitment from the playing group. “Obviously you build strategies based on the type of team you have but for that to work you need commitment – it’s the number-one thing,” he said. Breuer said Phil Butsch, who stepped down from the senior coaching role to continue a battle with illness, and assistant Alexander McRae, had already forged a solid pre-season foundation. “Phil and Zander have laid a fair pretty fair base to work with and although we’ve lost a few talls we look like we’ve picked up a few players and it looks have a good list of experienced and younger players,” he said.

Steve Cameron is shifting to Perth and Heath Watson and Nathan Byrne have gone to Noradjuha-Quantong. But the Saints have recruited former Wentworth and Greater Western Sydney reserves player Sam Clyne. “Training techniques have changed a hell of a lot in the last 15 years and while we still do the basic drills it is much more gameorientated these days. You go to any AFL training sessions and see what they do. The drills aren’t clean, they are all game-related and high pressure. The key is building up skills to deal with that pressure.” Breuer, while conceding that he had accepted the role in difficult circumstances involving the Saints and Butsch, stressed that he was far from simply filling a void. “It’s full steam ahead. I had three other things I said I would do but this is now my number-one focus,” he said. “The Saints have done a magic job with their junior program. The club has talented kids and we need to turn them into great footballers. We want the kids to play the best footy they can.”

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Success for Dreamworks

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hen Tamara Lane and Helen Friend bought the Torado Hanover mare Dreamworks in early 2000 to race in partnership with a syndicate of workmates, their aim was to immediately have a proven horse on the track.

They also wanted to have a few fun times with their friends. Dreamworks duly delivered for the band of owners, winning another four races and earning 14 minor stakemoney cheques before being retired to the breeding barn in early 2002. No doubt, Lane and Friend also had thoughts of their well-bred bay proving a success at stud but no way could they have imagined what lay ahead. Last week at Maryborough, Maiden Gully trainer David Van Ryn combined with ace driver Greg Sugars to capture the Wagstaff Funerals ThreeYear-OldPace with a gelded son of Ponder and Dreamworks, having just his fourth start. Time Capsule’s victory kept Dreamwork’s amazing record intact – seven foals produced, seven to race and all seven winners. To date, his seven progeny have started on 215 occasions for 32 wins, 65 minor placings and $155,000 in stakes.

Time Capsule lead them early then trailed the favourite before working clear on the home bend and scoring by 1.2 metres in the fastest rate of the day, 1:56.6. The pacer’s older, trotting half-brother, Redy To Race, five wins from 22 starts, should be back in the action after posting a couple of recent trials at Maryborough and Bendigo.

Scholfield’s handy one

‘H’ landed a stable double at Cobram last week with Class Above Lombo in the Jim Cox Memorial C0 Pace and Ezee Duzit Lombo the Pat Brooks C2/3 Pace. Class Above Lombo was driven by Nathan Jack, a grandson of Wagga legend, the late Robbie Jack, and led throughout the 1680-metre dash, to bring up her second career victory in a mile rate of 1:58.7. Ezee Duzit Lombo chalked up her 11th win from 51 starts with concession driver Rebecca Bartley in the cart. The six-year-old mare led early before Bartley elected to hand up to enjoy a soft trip for most of the journey. The combo eased away from the pegs approaching the home turn and proved too strong over the final stages, scoring by 3.6 metres in a rate of 1:58.5 for the 2170-metre trip.

Naracoorte owner-trainer Greg Scholfield always seems to have a more-than-handy-one in his small team. His smart three-year-old gelding Limestone Bay, with Gavin Lang as pilot, landed the D. and M. Heffernan Memorial Pace at Terang last Sunday night. The New Zealand-bred son of star sire Bettors Delight led all the way in the 2180-metre contest and ripped home in 28.7 and 29.2 to score by 3.6 Charlton metres in 2:00.9. All roads lead to Charlton on Sunday for the Limestone Bay should measure up against town’s Cup meeting. It’s free entry for everyone much better company and further add to his good with a huge range of attractions to accompany the record of nine wins, three minors and $34,923 furious action on the track. from only 13 starts. Adults have the chance to win a $1100 break in Melbourne for two, staying in a 4.5-star hotel in Double for ‘H’ Many of us still follow the fortunes of former an Escape Travel sweep. Other meetings: Ballarat, Friday, Tontine finals; Beulah identity John Hallam, who now trains his team in Shepparton region. Charlton Cup, Sunday; Horsham, Monday.

TASTING SUCCESS: Horsham district’s elite female basketballers are celebrating their first Country Basketball League South West Conference crown after a win against Portland. The Hornets women won the grand final 93-70 in a night of mixed emotions at the weekend. While the women’s outfit was celebrating, the double-header basketball action at Horsham Stadium left the Hornets men commiserating. The men’s team, favourite to follow the women’s success earlier in the night, fell three points short to Mt Gambier, 67-70. Horsham fans packed the stadium to watch the two games unfold. Chloe Bibby, pictured left, shone for the Horsham winning team, shooting 27 points, providing six assists and collecting 11 rebounds. On-court leader Tim Pickert was the highest scorer for Horsham with 22 points. Horsham Amateur Basketball Association will continue to field teams in the CBL next year with an ultimate aim of its elite men’s group returning to the winter Big V competition.  Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

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ACROSS CRICKET Horsham This week: Round 12 of 14, Saturday-Sunday games, Jung Tigers v Rupanyup-Minyip at Horsham City Oval; Horsham Saints v Homers at Coughlin Park, Laharum v Noradjuha-Toolondo at Horsham Sunnyside, Blackheath-Dimboola v Colts at Dimboola. Ladder: Homers 64 points, 2.92 percent; RupMinyip 52, 1.55; Horsham Saints 36, 1.10; Blackheath-Dimboola 36, 0.95; Noradjuha-Toolondo 30, 1.19; Jung Tigers 21, 0.77; Laharum 18, 0.66; Colts 15, 0.38.

Grampians This week: Final home-and-away round, two-day games, Aradale v Swifts-Great Western at Alexandra Oval, Ararat, Youth Club v Pomonal at Central Park, Stawell; Tatyoon v Buangor at Tatyoon. Ladder: Tatyoon 46 points, 1.25 percent; SwiftsGreat Western 452, 1.74; Aradale 36, 1.42; Buangor 24, 0.81; Pomonal 12, 0.66; Youth Club 6, 0.66.

Wimmera-Mallee This week: One-day games, round 10 of 11, Charlton v St Arnaud at Charlton, WycheproofNarraport vc Donald at Wycheproof, Marnoo v Brim-Kellalac-Sheep Hills at Marnoo. Ladder: St Marys 54 points, 2.18 percent; BrimKellalac-Sheep Hillls 39, 1.59; Donald 33, 1.22; St Arnaud 27, 1.33; Marnoo 21, 0.84; Jeffcott 18, 0.61; Wycheproof-Narraport 9, 0.51.

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Footy Countdown Rupanyup

Panthers on the prowl

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eware the cornered beast! That just about sums up how Horsham District Football League teams should always consider the Rupanyup Panthers.

STAYING: Nathan Sachse is pictured in action for Rupanyup last year. On-baller Sachse will be a key player in the 2014 season for the Panthers, attempting to rebuild under experienced nonplaying leader Mick Finnigan. James Delahunty will Finnigan’s on-field assistant in what looms as a crucial season for the former Horsham District League powerhouse. Rupanyup is banking on young players coming through the ranks.  Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

It is easy to forget, especially after a few lean years, that Rupanyup has been a competition giant in the district league since joining the competition many years ago. It has won premierships and produced countless stars and can probably lay legitimate claims to spearheading the league’s elevation from relative mediocrity to vibrant pace-setter. At one stage many seasons ago the Panthers, perhaps because of its major-league history and an enviable sporting arrogance, were the club that everyone else loved to hate. This of course was the best back-handed compliment a footy club or team could attract. Times have changed and Rupanyup these days rates as simply one of the players in the pack scrambling for success. Every now and then there’s an ominous rustle from the Panther den that perhaps suggests the Dunmunkle beast is stirring again and we wait with interest

to see if developments reflect that this year. This season the Rupanyup brains trust has gone for the stabilising influence of experienced Mick Finnigan to coach and help regroup its senior list. The straight-shooting Finnigan, who some under his direction in in the past have described him as the ‘footballer’s footballer’, last coached at senior level in at Murtoa 1990. But, critically, he has long had influential leadership roles, particularly in juniors. The Panthers and Finnigan, recognising a need to get the coaching balance between experience and contemporary development right, have made a critical appointment in James Delahunty as playing assistant. Finnigan said in contemplating his appointment that he had thought ‘long and hard’ how the coaching would work. “In the end the reality is that the basics of football don’t change, it is just the way people go about it. You still have to kick more goals than the opposition to win,” he said. “From my nine years of coaching seniors the main thing was ensuring we had solid on-field leadership and traditionally as a playing coach it was a case

AT A GLANCE

2014 COACHES

Seniors: Reserves: Under-17s: Under-14s:

of follow me and do as I do. So for me to do this job there was obviously a need to have a young guy at the coalface who can obviously play the game and commands respect. Dela ticks all those boxes,” he said.

Club success

Finnigan said it was critically important that Rupanyup as a club, not just the seniors, was successful. “That means shoring up numbers for a start and we have a couple of blokes in the pipeline as well as handy kids on the fringe considering coming into the district league.” The disappointment of Rupanyup missing the finals boat last year and a sense of under-performance after a some disastrous results is still fresh in minds of Panther followers. A draw to Harrow-Balmoral was particularly painful. Former coach Glenn Wyatt has

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Stawell warriors back in business

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the Warriors this year.

tawell is set to take major steps Brad Cassidy has returned as senit rekindling its reputation as a ior non-playing coach, relieving Jamie Wimmera Football League force Solyom and Shane Field. as the club prepares for the 2014 He said he was delighted that tough 2013 circumstances had galvanised inseason.

Signs are promising that the Warriors, in dusting themselves off after a season to forget last year, are quickly rebuilding and that adversity might have steeled the resolve of a promising young group. Importantly, hard work from Stawell movers and shakers behind the scenes appears to be paying off with the club announcing new Melbourne recruits and confirming that familiar faces will return to Central Park. Chris Ford, a big key-position player from Melbourne Amateurs, will join team-mate and utility Todd Cleary who has a teaching job in Stawell. With favourite son Aidan Potter, returning to the Warriors after a couple of seasons in Geelong League and Matt Considine and former North Ballarat Rebels captain David Morris back from overseas, Stawell suddenly has a newlook, experienced structure. Stawell, despite mid-season coaching turmoil and a lack of success last year, managed to unearth tremendous young talent in Tom Eckel and his cousin Jackson Dark. Zac Marrow and Jamie Bach were others who raged against the machine, and all are sure to have developed a steely edge that augurs well for

stead of broken the young Warriors. “It’s been a major positive for me that these young men have continued to not only turn up but are also determined to become as good as they can be. It is going to be really exciting to see how they can improve and how hungry we all are to achieve,” he said.

Re-establishment

Warriors president Jeff Olafsen said there had been a concerted effort within club ranks to re-establish a strong focus on its football department. “We’ve been able to recruit six or eight reasonable senior footballers to strengthen our developing young list and Brad, who is a very good communicator, has a big role in overseeing our football operations,” he said. “If you consider Horsham’s success over the last 10 years it was obvious that their under-17s played a similar brand of footy to the seniors. So any time a player was promoted they understood the game plan and what was expected. That’s the type of thing we’re aiming at. “There are also certain benefits in having a non-playing coach, someone there who has a view of everything and can provide feedback, rather than hav-

ing distractions such as worrying about an opponent. We’ve yet to announce playing assistants but there a couple of names on the board. “We’re starting to form up our footy department and talking to players about our plans from the middle of last season with a firm focus of not only developing our younger players but returning the club to its primary focus of having a successful senior football team. “I have a belief that if your senior team is successful the rest of the club looks after itself.” Cassidy: “Forming up our football department is a major positive. It’s about providing support for players and coaches. It’s not about putting a heap of pressure on guys but working with them and getting them to understand the requirements of being a good football side, especially in Wimmera League. “Stawell was very young last year and with youth comes inconsistencies and there’s a need for on-field leadership. We’ve targeted that area, looking for that 25 or 26-year-old which is what we’ve been able to achieve.” Mr Olafsen said club leaders were under no illusions that it would take a lot of work to match benchmark teams. “There is a very good feeling around the club, everyone is upbeat and it is a very positive place to be. We’re striving to be competitive and champing at the bit for our first game to see how we measure up.”

AT A GLANCE

2014 COACHES

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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: White Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 4.2.3.6. Lotto Numbers: 1.12.15.26.34.1. Everything will turn out well so don’t worry. For many a coming event brings a reason to celebrate. Lucky influences should improve your financial position and some could be lucky in real estate dealings.

TAURUS:

LEO:

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Cream Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 5.6.2.3. Lotto Numbers: 5.12.16.29.34.33. A busier than usual period. A financial venture with others could be profitable, although a third party could try to block your path if you let them. A holiday with loved ones should put more sparks in your love life.

VIRGO:

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Yellow Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 1.3.2.5. Lotto Numbers: 1.12.15.26.24.40. A chance of a lifetime could come your way so keep your eyes and ears open. Travel plans could be made suddenly. Social activities could be rather hectic and many will be very much in demand.

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Peach Lucky Day: Thursday Racing Numbers: 4.6.2.3. Lotto Numbers: 1.14.45.40.22.9. A very eventful period for all partnership affairs and although things may not be going to plan, the results could be better than expected. Most will be communicating well with their loved ones.

GEMINI:

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Saturday Racing Numbers: 5.6.2.3. Lotto Numbers: 5.12.16.29.34.40. Keep a check on your social calendar, otherwise you may have to be in two places at the same time and lose friends and support as a result. Do not buy anything you cannot pay cash for or a real problem will occur. Love life could be rather hectic.

SAGITTARIUS:

(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Lilac Lucky Day: Thursday Racing Numbers: 4.6.5.2. Lotto Numbers: 4.12.15.19.36.34 Sudden changes are indicated and many will get the chance to get away from the recent stress and strains. A social gathering could bring a lot more people than planned.

CAPRICORN:

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 4.6.8.9. Lotto Numbers: 7.4.15.29.8.33. Many will benefit through the unexpected lotteries promotions and gains. A very busy period with added responsibilities. A contact from the past could add more excitement to the season.

LIBRA:

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 5.2.1.3. Lotto Numbers: 5.12.28.9.11.4. Your ability to earn money should improve. However the tendency to spend money is evident, wiser to keep an emergency fund. Long-term arrangements could be entered into around this time.

CANCER:

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Fawn Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 4.6.5.2. Lotto Numbers: 4.12.16.20.33.36. Keep your plans flexible, as times are changing, not wise to take on more than you can handle. Your ability to succeed could come to the fore and many calculated risks should pay off.

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(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Pink Lucky Day: Thursday Racing Numbers: 9.5.6.2. Lotto Numbers: 9.12.24.40.45.36. Most will be more attracted to the outdoor activities instead of being inside. More at peace within yourself. Pleasant romantic interludes and wedding invitations are indicated.

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7.8 percent decline in business vehicle purchases last month contributed to a 3.7 per cent decline in January vehicle sales across Australia, reflecting softening business confidence. Official VFACTS sales figures released today show January vehicle sales fell by more than 3000 units compared with the same month last year, down from 85,430 last January to 82,285 last month. All four major segments took a backward step, with even SUV sales declining 2.8 per cent. Light commercial vehicles were hardest hit, down 12.9 per cent. While private buyers remained strong in the market, accounting for more than half of all vehicle sales, business buyers kept their credit cards in their wallets. Corporate purchases of light trucks and vans fell 26.1 per cent, while company purchases of SUVs also slipped 11.5 per cent, according to the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI). Rental company purchases also fell by 37.5 per cent, to just 1233 units, but government purchases went against the downward trend of last year by rising 8.9 per cent. The top-selling vehicle in January was the outgoing Mazda3 which went out with a bang in January with 4561 sales – its second-best sales month since the nameplate was launched in 2004.

Top 10 selling brands January 2014

TOP SPOT: Mazda 3 was the top selling model in January 2014.

Most of the Mazda3s sold by Mazda in a record January were discounted run-out models, with Mazda clearing the decks for the all-new version that went on sale on February 1. The Mazda3 blitzed the reigning car sales champion, the Toyota Corolla, which accumulated 2914 sales for the month to come in second.
Mazda not only won the top-selling small-car segment with the Mazda3, but also had the best-selling light car (Mazda2) and number one SUV, the CX-5. While Toyota remained the number one vehicle brand with 13,646 sales in January (up 2.0 per cent), Mazda was propelled into second place with 9411 sales – up 5.6 per cent in the Japanese importer’s best January.

Rank

Brand

Sales

% Variation

1

Toyota

13,646

+2.0

2

Mazda

9411

+5.6

3

Holden

8871

+0.7

4

Hyundai

7152

+4.9

5

Ford

6804

-11.9

6

Nissan

4253

-41.3

7

Mitsubishi

4140

-6.9

8

Volkswagen

4048

+5.9

9

Subaru

3051

-1.7

a strong performance by its VF Commodore which, despite the absence of business fleet buyers in the market, hit its straps with 2364 sales for the month. This was a 42 per cent improvement on the same month last year, and came despite wide-spread media coverage of Holden’s decision to quit local manufacturing.

10

Kia

2484

+7.6

Holden’s other locally produced car, the Cruze, was not so fortunate, slipping 14.8 per cent to 1395 sales.

Top 10 selling models January 2014

Ford’s Aussie Falcon slumped to a new low, attracting only 461 buyers in January – a worse performance than the previous worst month for the car, in August last year, when Ford delivered just 573 Falcons. Ron Hammerton

Holden came third on the back of

Rank

Model

Volume

1

Mazda3

4561

2

Toyota Corolla

2914

3

Toyota HiLux

2544

4

Hyundai i30

2486

5

Holden Commodore

2364

6

Ford Focus

2074

7

Mazda CX-5

1853

8

Ford Ranger

1617

9

Volkswagen Golf

1557

10

Hyundai ix35

1496

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ubaru’s bigger and somewhat bolder mid-sized Liberty has been formally unveiled at the Chicago motor show in its American Legacy form, revealing the Japanese company’s new face.

Australian buyers will have to wait about a year before they can get their hands on one of the new models, which this time will be made only in sedan form, dispensing with the fivedoor wagon sold here in the current range. The hot turbo-charged GT version is also likely to be dropped, with the smaller, five-door Levorg ‘tourer’ shown at last year’s Tokyo motor show to be called on to fill both the wagon and GT roles in this market. The latter will employ Subaru’s latest 2.0-litre turbo-charged engine from the upcoming WRX/STI range in its flagship variant.

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While some pundits are wringing their hands over the tameness of the Liberty’s production design after the promise of the raunchy Legacy concept shown at the Los Angeles motor show in November, Subaru has clearly set out to not scare the horses among its loyal and somewhat conservative customer base in the US where the brand last year was the fastest-growing mainstream car company.

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Subaru says it moved the A pillars forward to liberate more cabin space, while raising the seats for a more natural seating position.

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The new Liberty – the sixth in the Legacy line – will be with a choice of two carryover-but-tweaked engines: the 2.5-litre four-cylinder boxer and 3.6-litre flat six.

up “high torque” guise, replacing the current five-speed auto. Subaru says this improves driveability and efficiency, although no fuel economy figures have been revealed.

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The four-cylinder Liberty already gets the CVT that carries over into the new model.

Strangely, the peak torque of the 3.6-litre six-cylinder engine has dropped by 15Nm, from 350Nm in the current model to 335Nm, while peak power has also lost one kilowatt, to 190kW. For the first time, the six-cylinder variant gets a continuously variable transmission (CVT) in a beefed-

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